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Hardback. A fine copy in a good dustwrapper which has a one inch edge tear. Inscribed presentation copy from the author. "Edition limited to 200 copies and printed by hand at the Tragara Press, Edinburgh." Unpaginated - approx. 80 pages. A volume of poetry described by the author as "not so much a collection of poems as the distillation of a lifetime of thought."
Published : Tragara Press, Edinburgh 1980, First Edition
Hardback. Oblong 4to. A near fine copy in a very good plus dustwrapper. A nice clean copy without ownership inscription or other internal marking. 173 pages + end-paper map. Attractive colour illustrations throughout by Hogarth. Foreword and Commentary by Graham Greene. "In this remarkable collection of Paul Hogarth's water-colours the locations Greene evoked in words are brought graphically to life."
Published : Pavilion Books, London 1986, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in a modern full calf binding with title on spine in gilt on a maroon title-piece. Five raised bands on spine. Ownership inscription on front free end-paper. Half-title present. Generally clean but with a little foxing to early pages. What appears to be minor worming at the foot of some pages. Pp.[iv],47. The title continues: "In which is a full Account of the Conduct of this Young Invader, from his first Arrival in Scotland; with the several Progresses he made there; and likewise a very particular RELATION of the Battle of Preston, with an exact List of the Slain, Wouinded and Prisoners, on both Sides. Taken from the Relation of Mr. JAMES MACPHERSON, who was an Eye-Witness of the Whole, and who took the first Opportunity of leaving the Rebels, into whose Service he was forced, and in which he had a Captain's Commission." Fielding, the famous novelist and dramatist and author of "Tom Jones" was strongly anti-Jacobite. He published this, one of his scarcest works, anonymously. James MacPherson, the Jacobite Captain, whose account of the Rebellion is supposed to form the basis of the Work was not, in fact, a real person but was a figment of Fielding's imagination. Photographs available on request.
Published : M. Cooper, London 1745, First Edition
Hardbacks. A good plus two volume set which has been rebound in half-leather with new end-papers. The slightly faded spines are clearly lettered in gilt. Ownership inscription on title page of each volume + three library blind-stamps to each volume. Pp.288; 340 + 4pp publisher's adverts. This is a novel by a lesser-known Victorian author.
Published : Saundres and Otley, London 1852, First Edition
Hardbacks. Three volumes (of four) in near very good condition uniformly bound in a blue half-leather binding with marbled boards. Lettered and decorated in gilt on the spine. Spine a little rubbed. Some foxing especially to early and late pages. 217,215 and 197 pages. Adverts at end of volume II. This novel set in the Caribbean was written in the USA between 1774 and 1775 and has been claimed as the first novel written there. This published version was much altered by Williams' benefactor in the UK, Thomas Eagles.
Published : John Murray, London 1815, First Edition
A very good copy in a good dustwrapper which is rather dusty, has a chip at the top of the spine and shows a little wear and tear along the top edge. Ownership inscription. 329 pages. The author's first novel.
Published : Grant Richards, London 1919, First Edition
No.20 of 50 copies signed by the author. A little light foxing to end papers, but a very good copy in dustwrapper which is darkened on spine and very slightly chipped at top and bottom of spine.
Published : George Allen & Unwin, London 1923, First Edition
A near fine copy in a similar dustwrapper which is not price-clipped.
Published : Jonathan Cape, London 1987, First Edition
An uncorrected proof copy in paper covers. A little creasing to upper cover otherwise vg.
Published : Jonathan Cape, London 1997,
Hardback. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper which is not price-clipped and which is now protected in a clear removable sleeve. Fairly light top edge foxing. A nice clean copy internally without ownership inscription or other marking. 208 pages.The author's third novel.
Published : Victor Gollancz, London 1958, First Edition
Hardback.. A near fine copy in publisher's dark green cloth with title in gilt on spine. No inscriptions. 318 pages. Fine illustrated dustwrapper which is not price-clipped and is protected in a removable cover. A novel of literary lifde in Dublin in the 1950's.
Published : Paul Harris Publishing, Edinburgh 1977, First Edition
Hardback. A good plus copy in a good dustwrapper which has a smallish chip and edge tears. The wrapper is now protected in a clear, removable sleeve. There is some rubbing and fading towards the top of the boards. A nice clean copy internally with no ownership inscription or other marking. 32 pages. Poems in Scots and English. An uncommon title especially in dustwrapper.
Published : The Porpoise Press, Edinburgh 1927, First Edition
Hardback. A three volume set in at least good condition. Plain boards with leather spine lettered in gilt. Small bookplate in each volume headed by Crown. A little end-paper foxing but otherwise a nice clean set with no inscriptions or markings. 234,244, 257 pages. A novel set in 17th century England.
Published : A and W Galignani , Paris 1826, First Edition
Hardback. A three volume set in the original plain boards with paper title-pieces. The boards are rather worn and marked and the title-pieces a bit chipped but readable. The spine of volume 1 is split at the join with the lower board. A label appears to have been removed from both front and rear fixed end-paper of each volume. Ownership inscription at head of title page of each volume. Volumes I and II have half-titles. Volume I, pp.viii,314 +12 page publisher's catalogue dated May 1842. Volume II,pp.vii,328. Vol.III,pp.ix,360. This well-known novel of the Oxford Movement is uncommon in first edition. This copy would benefit from being rebound with new end-papers.
Published : Richard Bentley, London 1842, First Edition
Would be a very good copy in a very good dustwrapper but for traces of damp-staining to the boards. Small ownership inscription to the front end-paper. 144pp. Contains the four T.S. Eliot memorial lectures given by Auden.
Published : Faber & Faber, London 1968, First Edition
A very good, clean copy internally but the spine is chipped and torn. 38pp. The author's third book.
Published : Faber & Faber, London 1933, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in green cloth lettered in white in a good dustwrapper which is not price-clipped. The wrapper shows some darkening to the spine and minor chipping to spine ends. No ownership inscription and not foxed. Some pencilled side-lining. 154 pages. "In these three essays Mr. Auden discusses the pre-suppositions of romantic and nineteenth century writers, their conceptions of God, society and the heroic individual through an analysis of theit treatment of a single theme, the sea."
Published : Random House, New York 1950, First USA Printing
A near good copy in rather darkened blue cloth with some wear at spine ends. Lacks front end-paper. A little pencil-marking. 123pp. A tragedy in two acts.
Published : Faber & Faber, London 1936, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in cream cloth lettered in gilt. No ownership inscription. A little foxing. 174 pages. A book of poetry by a poet laureate.
Published : Macmillan, London 1906, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper which is not price-clipped. No ownership inscription. Spotted along top edge. 282 pages. Better known as an artist and illustrator this was Ayrton's first novel. It takes the legend of Daedalus as its theme. Loosely enclosed with this copy is a typed letter of March 1967 from the publisher to Sir Compton Mackenzie asking Sir Compton if he would help the book on its way.
Published : Longmans, London 1967, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in blue cloth lettered in gilt. Inscribed presentation copy from the author. 63 pages. A slim volume of poetry.
Published : The Alden Press, Oxford 1941, First Edition
Hardback. A good copy in brown cloth lettered in black. Small tear in cloth at top of spine. Some edge foxing. 312 pages. An uncommon title.
Published : Wells Gardner Darton & Co, London 1930, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in olive green cloth lettered in gilt on the spine. In a good dustwrapper which is a little soiled on spine and with a few smallish tears but which is not price-clipped. Gift inscription on front free end-paper. Fairly light edge foxing. Pp.vii,247.
Published : William Heinemann, London 1935, First Edition
Hardback. A good copy in a quarter cloth binding with paper-covered boards. Small title-piece. No ownership inscription. Some browning to end-papers. Some pages roughly opened. 57 pages. Errata slip tipped-in.
Published : Martin Secker, London 1920, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in publisher's red cloth with title in gilt on the spine. Inscribed by the author on title page "Bill Loveridge: With my best greetings & good wishes & most sincere thanks for happy days on the Esk in splendid company, Ever yours, Conrad Voss Bark. July 1966". Some foxing to page ends. 192 pages.
Published : Victor Gollancz Ltd., London 1966, First Edition
Softback. A very good copy in wraps. Inscribed by the author as follows: "To Tom with best wishes for Christmas '69 from George B." "Tom" was the Scottish poet, Tom Scott. A long poem accompanied by the poet's own drawings.
Published : Trigram Press, London 1969, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in brown boards lettered in gilt on the spine. In a dustwrapper which is complete and untorn but with a damp stain at the foot of the spine and rear board which is hardly noticeable externally. INSCRIBED presentation copy by the author as follows: "To Tom for Old Long Since with affection. George. December'70." "Tom" was the Scottish poet Tom Scott. 191 pages. This is the first collection in book form of the author's criticism and essays.
Published : Macgibbon & Kee, London 1970, First Edition
Hardback. A good copy in cream cloth which is rather soiled/darkened especially on the spine. Lettered in gilt on spine and upper board and decorated in gilt on the spine. Small ownership inscription on front end-paper. Some browning to end-papers but not foxed. 128 pages + 2pp adverts. This is volume IX in the Orpheus Series.
Published : The Orpheus Press, London 1911, First Edition
Illustrated by Harry Behn.
Hardback. A very good copy in publisher's red cloth with title in gilt on spine. No inscriptions. Some edge foxing. Black and white line drawings which are based on Etruscan tomb paintings.126 pages. Near very good dustwrapper which is complete but which shows some surface rubbing to the spine. The wrapper is not price-clipped and is protected in a removable cover. Maurice Sendak praised the book as "one of the finest books of the year".
Published : Victor Gollancz, London 1965, First Edition
Illustrated by B. T. B. & N. Bentley.
Hardback. A near very good copy in a good dustwrapper (now protected in a removable sleeve) which has minor edge wear and tear and is price-clipped. Superficial water mark along the foot of the boards and, less obviously, the wrapper. No ownership inscription. Clean internally with a little edge foxing. 63 pages. Humorous verses with illustrations throughout.
Published : Duckworth, London 1934, First Collected Edition
Hardback. Small 4to. A very good copy in light blue cloth with paper title labels to spine and upper board. In a fair to good dustwrapper which has a few edge chips/tears. Some browning to end-papers and lengthy pencilled inscription on front free end-paper otherwise a clean copy internally. 109 pages. Wood engraved frontispiece and upper board label. by Hester Sainsbury. A humorous history of England.
Published : The Cayme Press, Kensington 1926, First Edition
Hardback. A good plus copy in yellow cloth lettered in black and with decoration to upper board. Upper board tips slightly bumped. Squiggle on front end-paper but no ownership inscription and little foxing. Pp.[x],323 + 20pp publisher's catalogue.
Published : William Heinemann, London 1901, First Edition
Hardback. A near very good copy in green cloth lettered in black on the spine and front board. A little wear to spine ends. Browning to end-papers. No ownership inscription or other internal marking. Pp.vi,314 + 2pp publisher's adverts. A tale of the supernatural.
Published : John Murray, London 1919, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in blue cloth lettered and ruled in white on the spine and upper board. No ownership inscription. A handful of pages are a little creased/torn at edges. 352 pages. Overall a very decent copy.
Published : T. Fisher Unwin, London 1924, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in green cloth lettered and decorated in gilt on the spine. A little foxing. No ownership inscription. 382 pages.
Published : T. Fisher Unwin, London 1914, First Edition
Illustrated by Nicolas Bentley.
A very good copy in a good price-clipped dustwrapper with one or two edge tears and a little fraying at top of spine. 112pp. More clerihews with accompanying illustrations.
Published : Constable, London 1939, First Edition
4to. A very good copy in a poor dustwrapper which lacks its spine panel. Some damp spotting to front end-papers. 24pp. 11 attractive tipped-in colour plates. 12 text illustrations.
Published : William Collins Sons & Co Ltd, London 1942, First Edition
Nd. c. 1919. 4to. Hardback. A very good copy in a good dustwrapper which is a little chipped at the spine ends. No ownership inscription. 45 pages. Many illustrations including eight in colour. The book grew out of an exhibition in 1919 of the paintings of Pamela Bianco, a child of 12 years old. Walter De La Mare was inspired by the drawings to write the poems which accompany them in the book.
Published : William Heinemann, London, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper which is not price-clipped and which is now protected in a clear, removable sleeve. No ownership inscription. Some fore-edge foxing. 192 pages.
Published : Collins Crime Club, London 1958, First Edition
A very good copy in a complete and untorn dustwrapper which is a little soiled. Bookplate and small ownership inscription. Pp.viii,51.
Published : Macmillan & Co, London 1949, First Edition
A very good copy in a good dustwrapper chipped at top of spine. 127pp. Spare title label. A nice copy.
Published : Richard Cobden-Sanderson 1925, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in the original cloth. Paper title label on spine is a little chipped but a spare title label is tipped-in at rear of book. No ownership inscription. A little foxing to early pages. 70 pages. Largely unopened.
Published : Richard Cobden-Sanderson 1928, First Edition
A very good copy in a repaired dustwrapper with pencil scribbling on the rear panel. 192pp.
Published : Richard Cobden-Sanderson, London 1922, First Edition
A very good copy in maroon cloth lettered in gilt and with the gilt logo of the New Club Edinburgh embossed on the upper board. Cancelled bookplate of the New Club on f.e.p. 286pp. An account of Hardy's life, especially his literary life. This is a volume in the English Men of Letters series.
Published : Macmillan, London 1941, First Edition
Softback. A very good copy in paper covers with design on upper cover. String (not staples) on spine intact. Harp design on title page. A clean copy without ownership inscription or other marking. Printed under the direction of Leonard Jay at the City of Birmingham School of Printing, a Department of the College of Arts and Crafts. Bodkin, an Irishman, was Barber Professor of Fine Art at the University of Birmingham and founding director of the Barber Institute of Fine Arts there.
Published : City of Birmingham School of Printing College of Arts and Crafts, Birmingham 1939, First Edition
A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author. 64pp. Poetry.
Published : Chatto & Windus, London 1969, First Edition
Upper ends a little bumped otherwise a fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author. 69pp. A book-length poem.
Published : Chatto & Windus, London 1969, First Edition
Hardbacks. A good plus three volume set in the original paper-covered boards. Paper title labels on spines. Each volume has the label of the original bookseller on the front board and a previous owner's inscription. Wear to board tips. A nice set internally. Pages 290,307,353. Half-titles present in vols. I and II. Two page publisher's catalogue at the end of volume III. The author was the nephew of James Boswell, the biographer of Samuel Johnson. Photographs available on request.
Published : Saunders and Otley, London 1826, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in red and white patterned boards. In a fair to good dustwrapper which has some chips and tears and which shows some fading to the front panel. The wrapper, which is not price-clipped, is now protected in a clear, removable sleeve. Some edge foxing but a clean copy internally with no ownership inscription or other marking. 58 pages. Comprises a number of letters exchanged by the three novelists with a Preface by V.S. Pritchett.
Published : Percival Marshall, London 1948, First Edition
Softback. A very good copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author's widow, Rona Mavor, to Sir Compton Mackenzie. 72 pages.
Published : Constable, London 1950, First Edition
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