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[GOETHE], ARNIM, Bettina von. Goethe et Bettina correspondance inedite de Goethe et de Mme Bettina d'Arnim. Traduit de l'allemand par Seb. Albin. Au Comptoir des Imprimeurs Unis. 1843. First French editon.
Two volumes bound as one. [2], xvi, 348, [4], 364pp. Recent navy morocco backed mottled boards. Minor wear to extremities. Marbled endpapers, title-page laid-down due to tearing, loss to bottom corner of p.195-6, second half-title with repaired tear, some minor browning thought overall clean.
Price
£ 100.00
[GOLDSMITH, Oliver]. The vicar of wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. Printed for J. Davies, T. Smith, N. Taylor, and W. Thomson. 1789.
Two volumes bound as one. 134, [2], 124pp. Contemporary half-calf, marbled boards, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece, gilt. Extremities rubbed. Recent endpapers, later ink ownership inscription to front blank fly-leaf, occasional spotting, slight marginal chipping.
Price
£ 200.00
[GOOCH, Richard]. Oxford and cambridge nuts to crack: or, quips, quirks, anecdotes, and facetiae of Oxford and Cambridge Scholars. A. H. Baily and Co.. 1835. Second edition.
xii, 270pp. With half-title and six engraved plates. Original publisher's green cloth, tooled in gilt and blind. Binding cocked and a trifle rubbed, some marking to boards, corners bumped. Foxed throughout.
Price
£ 75.00
[GORE, Miss]. [MARCAILHOU, G.]. [Indiana. A story suggested by Marcialhou's "Indiana Waltz"]. Cowell's Anastatic Press. [c.1860]. First edition.
[8]ff. Drophead title. With eight lithographic plates (one of which photographically lithographed?), each with detailing added in pen and ink, some with additional wash, as issued. Original blind-stamped mauve cloth, titled in gilt to upper board. Rubbed and lightly marked, with tears to spine, some loss at head. Occasional spotting to text and plates. Ink inscription, dated 1889, of 'J.E.P. Fitzgerald', noting that 'This Book belonged to Lady Jane Bourchier' alongside an attribution of authorship, to verso of FFEP.
Price
£ 850.00
[GREEN FAMILY]. A season in bath: or, Letters from the Green Family, to their friends in the country. First series. David Bogue. 1855. First edition.
viii, 75pp, [1]. With half-title. Original publisher's green printed paper wrappers. Lightly rubbed and marked, some surface loss to spine, splitting to joints. Bookplate of the Bath Public Reference Library to FEP, occasional ink-stamps, light spotting. Presentation copy, inscribed in ink to half-title; 'The Bath Literary Club / from the author / 1886'.
Price
£ 75.00
[GREEN, Charles Edward]. Lives in a lowland parish. John Menzies & Co.. 1906. First edition.
118pp. With half-title. Original publisher's green morocco-backed green cloth boards, lettered in gilt. Light rubbed, spine slightly sunned. Small spot of soiling to verso of half-title, lightly foxed. Presentation copy, inscribed to blank fly-leaf; To / Mr. J. Hamilton Jameson / with kind regards / from the author's wife.'
Price
£ 75.00
[GREENWICH HOSPITAL]. Her Majesty's commission for Greenwich Hospital for seamen. April 8. 1704. [s.n.]. [1704]. First edition.
[2], 25pp, [1]. Recent cloth-backed marbled papers boards, contrasting black morocco lettering-piece to upper board. Slightest of rubbing to extremities. Marbled endpapers, remnants of contemporary marbled papers to front and rear blank fly-leaves, contemporary manuscript annotations/underlining to p.13, else internally clean and crisp.
Price
£ 250.00
[GREGORY OF NAZIANZUS]. [MONTAGU, Richard]. Sancti gregorii nazianzeni In julianum invectivae duae. Cum Scholis Graecis nunc primum editis, & ejusdem Authoris nonnullis aliis quorum syllabum sequens Pag. continet. Excudebat Joannes Norton, in Grecis, &c. Regius Typographus. 1610. First edition.
[8], 172, [82]. Without terminal blank. Ninteenth-century blind-tooled calf. Marbled endpapers. Worn, with loss and tearing to head of spine, splitting to joints, lacking lettering-piece. Some sporadic spotting/browning to text, occasional damp-staining, tear without loss to X1, with old marginal repair. Manuscript bibliographical note signed 'Harlech, 1947' to blank fly-leaf.
Price
£ 650.00
[GRUAU DE LA BARRE, Modeste]. La verite et le droit dans la cause de la branche ainee des bourbons contre le comte de chambord. Librairie Andre Sagnier. 1873. First edition.
36pp. Uncut in recent red cloth-backed marbled boards, letter in gilt, original publisher's yellow printed paper wrappers bound in. Extremities a trifle rubbed. Endpapers browned, bookplate of O. Borelli to FEP, blind-stamp of John Fowles, Lyme Regis to FFEP, lightly spotted.
Price
£ 75.00
[GRUBB, Sarah]. Some Account of the Life and Religious Labours of Sarah Grubb with an Appendix Containing an Account of Ackworth School, Observations on Christian Discipline, and Extracts from Many of Her Letters. Printed for R. Jackson. 1792. First Edition.
iv, [2], 435pp, [1]. Contemporary tan sheep, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece, gilt. Lightly rubbed, cracking to joints, loss to head of spine. Headband split. Nineteenth-century auction lot number pasted to spine. Inscriptions of several members of the Fryer family to endpapers, earlier bookplate removed. Printing flaw to Q2.
Price
£ 100.00
[HALKETT, John]. Statement respecting The Earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the red river, in North America; its destruction in 1815 and 1816; and the massacre of govenor semple and his party. With observations upon a recent publication, Entitled "A Narrative of Occurences in the Indian Countires,' &c. John Murray. 1817. First trade edition.
viii, 194, [2], c pp. With a half-title and an engraved folding map of a part of the Hudsons Bay Company's territory. Uncut in original publisher's drab paper boards, printed paper lettering-piece.Rubbed, a trifle bumped, upper joint split. Short tears to lower margins of leaves S3-4, very occasional light spotting, overall internally clean and crisp.
Price
£ 650.00
[HAMMOND, Henry]. A view of the new directory and a vindication of the ancient liturgy Of the Church of england; In Answer to the Reasons pretended in the Ordinance and Preface, for the abolishing the one, and establishing the other. Printed by Leonard Lichfield. 1645. First edition.
[8], 112pp. Recent half-calf, marbled boards, lettered in gilt, housed in custom marbled paper slipcase. Slightest of rubbing to extremities. Leaves browned, damp-staining to lower corners, very small paper repair to upper corner of title page.
Price
£ 275.00
[HANWAY, Jonas]. A letter from a member marine society of the marine society. Shewing the Piety, Generosity, and Utility of their design, with respect to the sea-service, at this important Crisis. Addressed to all true friends of their country. Printed and sold by J. Waugh et al.. 1757. Fourth edition.
[4], 117pp, [1]. With an engraved frontispiece. Title in red and black. Near contemporary gilt-tooled polished calf. Lightly rubbed and marked, cracking to joints, upper board detached, loss to head of spine. Loss to FEP from earlier removal of bookplate, light spotting to frontispiece and title-page, else internally clean and crisp.
Price
£ 300.00
[HARCOURT, Paule de Saint-Aulaire, marquise d']. The duchess of orleans. (helen of mecklenburg-schwerin.) A memoir. W. Jeffs. 1859. First edition in English.
xlii, 192pp, [1], vi. With half-title, and a terminal publisher's advertisement catalogue. Uncut in original publisher's light blue blind-stamped buckram. Extremities soiled, a trifle rubbed. Contemporary ink ownership inscription to FFEP, else internally clean and crisp.
Price
£ 50.00
[HARDINGE, George]. The Editor, The Booksellers, and The Critic, An Eclogue. From No. XII of a Collection of Papers, Literary and Political, Entitled Chalmeriana.. [s.n.]. 1800.
27pp, [1]. Later paper wrappers, typed title label to upper wrap. Presentation copy, inscribed 'For J. Annesley Esq From the author' to head of title.
Price
£ 250.00