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HISTOIRE DES TROIS DEMEMBREMENS DE LA POLOGNE, POUR FAIRE SUITE A L'HISTOIRE DE L'ANARCHIE DE POLOGNE PAR RULHIERE PAR L'AUTEUR DE L'ESPRIT DE L'HISTOIRE ET DE LA THEORIE DES REVOLUTIONS.
Paris: Chez Deterville, Libraire. 1820. 3 Volumes. xliv+494pp; 472pp; 602pp. Hardcovers. Ex-Library. 1/4 Leather over marbled boards with title in gilt on spine. Leather quite scuffed with gilt dulled and wear toboards, including all edges. Top page edges soiled. Internally, Library stamp to half title in each volume with no other marks found. Light foxing scattered throughout. All bindings tight with hinges intact. Volume 3 has two small holes to lower edge of front gutter with corresponding holes inside lower hinge. Overall, a near very good set.
The Hague:Mouton and Company. 1964. 351pp. 1st edition. Illustrated with maps (Including 1 folding). Hardcover with dust jacket. Both ends of spine are gently bumped but otherwise in very good, clean condition. . The dustjacket, just very lightly shelf-worn at edges, still in very good, clean condition.
HISTORY OF THE LADIES BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF THE FIRST CONGRESSIONAL CHURCH, FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSSETS.
Fall River:J.H. Franklin & Co. 1904. 138pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards are lightly worn at the edges with some light soiling and fading tot he spine. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, though there is some mild age-toning to the page edges throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. (1967). 1st Edition. 512pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both in very good clean condition. Stamp to bottom page edges.
New Haven: Yale University Press. 1926. xlvii+532pp.+18pp. Hardcover. Boards lightly shelf worn. Otherwise a very good, clean copy. No previous owners marks or signatures found.
New York:E.P. Dutton & Company. 1933. 278pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards show some soiling and wear to the edges and spine. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is a touch of age-toning to the page edges throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
New York: Ives Washburn Inc. (1961). 1st edition. xiv+274pp. A very good, clean copy with a very good, slightly soiled dust jacket.
A Paris: Les Iles D'or.(1951). 170 pp. Age toning on pages, otherwise a very good clean copy. No previous owners marks or signatures.
New York:Henry Holt and Company. 1917. vi+327pp. Brown boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn with top spine end lightly frayed. Spine darkened with age. Page edges soiled. Internally, previous owners name penned to 1st free end-page and aside from some light age-toning to pages, a very good, clean copy. *Makers of the Nineteenth Century edited by Basil Williams.
New York:The Macmillan Company. 1938. 94pp. Hardcover. Brown boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn, with sun-fading to spine strip. Gilt is almost completely gone from spine strip. Internally, end-pages are quite darkened/age-toned, but otherwise clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A good solid copy.
New York; D. Appleton and Company, 1864. xxiv+448pp. Hardcover, no dj. Good condition. Ex-lib; library plate inside front cover, small library stamp to frontis and title page. Foxing to front endpapers, frontis, title page and endpapers;rest of interior is pretty clean. Green pebbled boards are worn,soiled/sunfaded. Square and solidly bound. Edward Livingston (1764-1836) was an American jurist and statesman. He was an influential figure in the drafting of the Louisiana Civil Code of 1825. He represented both New York and later Louisiana in Congress and he served as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1831-33.
Bloomington:Indiana University Press. (1972). 1st edition. xxi+293pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition inside and out. The dust jacket is slightly soiled with light wear along edges small tears along edges. (1 to lower edge of front panel and 2 more along the rear gutter, at both top and bottom. Overall a very good copy with a near very good dust jacket. *"Presents a scholarly, thorough, and absorbing study of what is probably the most fateful chapter in the life of the Lithuanian nation: the disappearance of its short-lived second period of national independence during the years 1926-1939 and its absorption into the Soviet Union in 1940. Developments in Lithuania during these years illuminate many events throughout Eastern Europe in the interval between the first and second World Wars."...dj
New York:Moffat, Yard and Company. (1913). 1st edition. 412pp. With 14 illustrations plus folding map at rear. Hardcover. Blue boards lightly shelf-worn and soiled. Spine ends are worn with small tears. Internally, no previoius owners marks or signatures but paper is age-toned with foxing scattered throughout. A good solid copy.
London:Routledge. (1992). xii+(1)+287pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket in very good, clean condition.
Salem, Massachussets:The Essex Institute. 1925. Two volumes. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jackets are worn with several small chips and tears to the edges. Some soiling to the covers but otherwise in good condition. Books themselves show only some light shelf-wear. Interiors are both clean and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good set.
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