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LAST BLACK LETTER EDITION OF CHAUCER’S WORKS. CHAUCER, GEOFFREY. SPEGHT, THOMAS, edited by. THE VVORKS OF OUR ANCIENT, LEARNED, AND EXCELLENT ENGLISH POET, JEFFREY CHAUCER: As they have lately been Compar’d with the best Manuscripts; and several things added, never before in Print. To which is adjoyn’d, The Story of the Siege of Thebes, by John Lidgate, Monk of Bury. Together with The Life of Chaucer, shewing His Countrey, Parentage, Education, Marriage, Children, Revenues, Service,Reward, Friends, Books, Death. Also a Table, wherein the Old and Obscure Words in Chaucer are explained, and such Words (which are many) that either are, by Nature or Derivation, Arabick, Greek, Latine, Italian, French, Dutch, or Saxon, mark’d with particular Notes for the better understanding their Original.  Printed in the Year,  1687.
Folio, in fours. 8.5 x 13 inches. [36] + 660 + [24] pp. Main text in black letter in double columns.Illustrated by engraved Gower portrait frontispiece, with genealogical tables and coats of arms and by 2 armourial wood engravings in preliminaries. Decorated by headpiece vignette. Bound in early panelled calf, rebacked; spine in compartments with raised bands, with contrasting maroon title labels, gilt. All edges red. Extremities worn, top edge darkened, scattered foxing and other traces of mellowing through age. Small ink stain on lower edge of frontispiece and missing section on lower corner of 2R4 with slight loss of text; otherwise a very good crisp copy. Early signature at head of title.
The last black letter edition of Chaucer, substantially reprinted from the editions of 1598 and 1602, with the addition of the rediscovered endings to the Cook’s and Squire’s tales given in the advertisement on the final page. The dedication to Sir Robert Cecil, Principal Secretary to Queen Elizabeth, is signed Tho. Speght and the text of a letter to Speght from Francis Beaumont and verses by Francis Thynne, an additional editor of the 1602 edition, are added. The Life of Chaucer is followed by an earlier dedication to Henry VIII. The Works include The Canterbury Tales, The Romaunt of the Rose, Troilus and Cresseide, The Legend of Good Women, The House of Fame, The Testament of Love, etc. and various miscellaneous works, some of which material is now known to be spuriously attributed to Chaucer. At the end is The Story of the Siege of Thebes, by John Lidgate (1370?-1451?) with a glossary of ‘old and obscure’ and ‘hard’ words in Chaucer. Thomas Speght (-1621), a schoolmaster, produced his first edition of Chaucer’s Works in 1598, with the letter of Francis Beaumont (-1624) of Leicestershire, which justifies Chaucer’s use of language ‘somewhat too broad and plain’ and his ‘Incivility’ and ‘undecent Speeches.’ For his second edition of 1602, Speght sought the assistance of Francis Thynne (1545?-1608), whose father had published an edition of Chaucer in 1532. (hence presumably the inclusion of the dedication to Henry VIII). £3,000.00 [Stock No. 25154]

GRAHAME, KENNETH. BRANSOM, PAUL, illustrated by. THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. Illustrated by Paul Bransom. Seventh Edition. Methuen and Co. Ltd. 36 Essex Street W.C.  1913.
FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION THUS. 8vo. 6.25 x 7.5 inches. vi + 302 pp. Illustrated by 11 plates, including frontispiece and 10 in colour and by title page vignette. Pictorial front endpaper. Bound in original green cloth, gilt, with block of same vignette on front board. Deckled edges. A little wear to extremities and scattered light foxing of margin, but otherwise a very good copy. Signature on first free endpaper.
The Wind in the Willows was first published by Methuen in 1908. and this is the seventh edition but the first to be illustrated by Paul Bransom (1885-1979), US painter and animal illustrator. £85.00 [Stock No. 25149]

GURNEY, JOSEPH JOHN. A WINTER IN THE WEST INDIES, Described in Familiar Letters to Henry Clay, of Kentucky. By John Joseph Gurney.  John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1840.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 6 x 9 inches. xvi + 282 + [2] pp. + 8 + 4 pp. publisher’s catalogues. Illustrated by 2 plates, including frontispiece.Bound in original green cloth, gilt, with blind stamped decorated borders on boards. Deckled edges. A little wear to extremities, including head and tail of spine, which is slightly sunned; otherwise a very good copy. Bookseller’s label of G. A. Poynder, next to General Post Office, Reading on rear pastedown. Early signature on first free endpaper.
Account of a visit to the Leeward Islands, Jamaica and Cuba, by the abolitionist and campaigner for the emancipation of slaves by Joseph John Gurney (1788-1847), published in the form of letters to Henry Clay of Kentucky (1777-1852). Gurney was a well-known Quaker and banker from Norwich. He was the brother of Elizabeth (Gurney) Fry, the famous social and prison reformer, and also the brother-in-law, via his sister Hannah, of the well-known anti-slavery crusader, Thomas Fowell Buxton (1786-1845), to whom the prefatory letter is addressed. £200.00 [Stock No. 25145]

DALY, MARCUS. BIG GAME HUNTING AND ADVENTURE 1897 - 1936.  Macmillan and Co., Limited, St. Martin’s Street. .
FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 5.5 x 8 inches. xi + [i] + 322 + [2] pp. publisher’s advertisements. Illustrated by 8 black and white photographic plates, including frontispiece. Bound in original green cloth, gilt, with gilt block on front board. A little wear to extremities but otherwise a very good copy.
During a long shooting career in Africa, the author laid waste a great number of game, including elephants, lions, buffalo, rhinoceros and gorillas. He also describes his travels including ‘Trouble with the French’ in the Congo. At the end are chapters on equipment and shooting, the ancient ruins of Rhodesia and the seasonal or sand rivers of Africa. A scarce title. £120.00 [Stock No. 25132]

WAUGH, EVELYN. THE ORDEAL OF GILBERT PINFOLD. A Conversation Piece.  Chapman and Hall.  1957.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 5 x 7.5 inches. vii + [i] + 184 pp. Bound in original dark blue cloth, gilt, in pictorial dust wrapper, which has slightly sunned spine with a few chips at head. Top edge blue. A very good copy.
Waugh’s penultimate full length novel is largely based on his own experiences. It is an account of the hallucinations caused by bromide intoxication while his protagonist undergoes a sea voyage. £85.00 [Stock No. 25128]

FIRST EDITIONS IN DUST WRAPPERS.WAUGH, EVELYN. SWORD OF HONOUR TRILOGY. [Contents:] MEN AT ARMS (1952). OFFICERS AND GENTLEMEN (1955). UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER (1955). A Novel by Evelyn Waugh.  Chapman and Hall.  1952;1955;1961.
THREE VOLUMES. FIRST EDITIONS. 8vo. 5.25 x 7.5 inches. Men at Arms, v + [i] + 314 pp; Officers and Gentlemen, [x] + 335 pp.; Unconditional Surrender, [viii] + 311 pp. Bound in original dark blue cloth, gilt in pictorial dust wrappers (Men at Arms’ price clipped, spine sunned and chipped at head and tail; Officers and Gentlemen, spine slightly sunned and chipped at head and tail; Unconditional Surrender, spine slightly sunned). Top edges blue, Men at Arms and Unconditional Surrender, some sunning; otherwise a very good set.
Evelyn Waugh’s portrait of regimental life in the British army, by means of the war service of his hero, Guy Crouchback, heir of an aristocratic Roman Catholic family. The overseas settings reflect Waugh’s own experiences on the Dakar expedition, in Crete and Yugoslavia. £350.00 [Stock No. 25127]

FREE, JOHN B. and BUTLER, COLIN G. BUMBLEBEES. By John B. Free M.A., PH.D and Colin G. Butler M.A., PH.D., F.R.P.S. Bee Department Rothamsted Experimental Station. With two appendices by Ian H. H. Yarrow M.A., PH.D. Entomology Department British Museum (Natural History). Illustrated with 46 photographs by Colin G. Butler. (The New Naturalist. 40). Collins, St James Place. 1959.
FIRST EDITION. xiv + 208 pp. + [1] pp. publisher’s advertisement.Illustrated by colour frontispiece, by 24 black and white photographic plates and by 3 text figures. Decorated by series device on title page.Bound in original green cloth, gilt in pictorial dust wrapper, which has slightly sunned spine. A little wear to extremities, but otherwise very good copy.
When Bumblebees was first published it was the definitive handbook to the British species and an original and classic contribution to our knowledge of the instincts and habits of social insects. Colin Gasking Butler (1913-2016) was the British entomologist who first isolated the ‘queen substance’ pheromone. John Brand Free (1917-2006) was a colleague of Butler at Rothamsted and the author of a number of works on insects and bees. As the print run was comparatively low, this title is, ‘consequently scarce and holds a fabled position within the series’ (Bernhard and Loe). £125.00 [Stock No. 25123]

PHILLIPS, C. A. and CANE, R. CLAUDE. THE SPORTING SPANIEL.  ‘Our Dogs’ Publishing Co. Ltd., 10, Gore Street, Piccadilly. 1906.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 6 x 8.75 inches. [x] + 146 pp. Illustrated by 28 black and white plates, by sepia frontispiece and by folding table. Bound in original green cloth, gilt, with coloured block on front board. Some light foxing and browning, but otherwise a very good copy. Armorial bookplate of Myles C. Radford and another signature on verso of first free endpaper.
The book covers the origins of the sporting spaniel and field trials, with individual chapters devoted to eight different breeds, including Water, Springer, Cocker and Clumber spaniels. £60.00 [Stock No. 25122]

OWEN, HAROLD. JOURNEY FROM OBSCURITY. WILFRED OWEN 1893 - 1918. MEMOIRS OF THE OWEN FAMILY. I. CHILDHOOD; II. YOUTH; III. WAR. In 3 Vols.  Oxford University Press. 1963-65.
THREE VOLUMES. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 5.75 x 8.75 inches. Vol. I, xiii + [i] + 274 pp.; Vol. II, ix + [i] + 292 pp.; Vol. III, xi + [i] + 263 pp. Illustrated by 25 pages of black and white plates, including 3 frontispieces. Bound in original red cloth, gilt, with contrasting black title labels, gilt, on spines, in dust wrappers, which have light edge wear (Vols. I-II, spines faded; Vol. II price clipped). A little foxing, confined to edges but otherwise a very good set.
First edition of the three volume biography of the soldier poet, Wilfred Owen (1893-1918), which is also the autobiography of his younger brother, Harold (1897-1971) , who served as a naval officer during the First World War. THIS IS A LARGE AND HEAVY SET WHICH WILL INCUR SHIPPING COSTS ABOVE THE DEFAULT RATE QUOTED BY ABE. PLEASE CONTACT US DIRECTLY IF YOU WOULD LIKE A QUOTATION FOR POSTAGE BEFORE ORDERING. £85.00 [Stock No. 25116]

FULLARTON, WILLIAM. A View of the English Interests in India; and an Account of the Military Operations in the Southern Parts of the Peninsula, during the Campaigns of 1782, 1783, and 1784. In two Letters; Addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of *********, and to Lord Macartney and the Select Committee of Fort St. George. The Second Edition.  T. Cadell; Edinburgh, W. Creech,  1787.
8vo., 8.5 x 5.5 inches. Contemporary tree calf gilt, red morocco label. Folding engraved plate of the Order of Battle of the British Forces in the Southern Provinces of India in 1783 bound at the rear.
FULLARTON, William.[1754-1808] raised his own regiment which was despatched to the Cape only to see their design on the Dutch colony foiled by prior arrival of French reinforcements. Redirected to India, they joined the campaign against Haidar Ali. He was gazetted a colonel in the army of the HEIC, and in 1782 suppressed the Kollars of Madura and captured Karur and Dindigul. In May 1783 he assumed general command of forces in the southernmost part of the Carnatic, invading Mysore and taking Dharapuram, Palghat, and Coimbatore. Further feats of arms were forestalled by the peace patched up with Tipu, who had succeeded his father, Haidar. Throughout the campaign Fullarton showed high abilities; James Mill praised him as the first British commander to look after his commissariat and organize intelligence. On his return home he published the present work in support of his attempt to recoup the £20,000 he claimed to have spent in India, after some ten years he succeeded in getting back nearly £16,000. He went on to become Governor of Trinidad before returning to his native Fife in Scotland. £650.00 [Stock No. 25109]

JUDICIAL MURDER AND SORCERY IN TRINIDAD. FULLERTON, WILLIAM. [A LETTER] TO FIELD MARTIAL H. R. H. THE DUKE OF YORK. AN APPARENTLY UNRECORDED BROADSIDE. Wilsons, Printers Scotland. 15 June 1807.
Broadside letter to the Duke of York concerning the Colonel Picton’s celebrated torture and murder trial over events in Trinidad.Double sided folio sheet 15 x 9 inches, traces of old folds, otherwise in fine condition.
I can find no trace of this rare broadside in STC or Copac. Very rare. William Fullerton was appointed first commissioner for the government of the island of Trinidad. The commission appointed for Trinidad consisted of Fullarton, Captain Samuel Hood of the Royal Navy, and Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Picton, who had ruled the island since its capture by Sir Ralph Abercromby in 1797. When Fullarton asked for an account of all the criminal proceedings which had taken place in the island since Picton had been there, Picton resigned in disgust. Fullarton persisted in his inquiries, and the result of them was the trial of Picton for inflicting torture on a Spanish girl, Luisa Calderon, to extort a confession from her. This trial caused a public sensation in England. In February 1806, Picton was found guilty. Seven of the Twenty-nine Persons charge as unlawfully executed by order of Governor Picton, suffered under suspicion of Sorcery and Poisioning by means of Charms - one of them was burned alive. £350.00 [Stock No. 25108]

MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. KEYNES, GEOFFREY. THE PERSONALITY OF WILLIAM HARVEY. By Geoffrey Keynes M.A., M.D. Pembroke College F.R.C.S. Eng., Emeritus Surgeon, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. The Linacre Lecture delivered at St John’s College, Cambridge on 6th May 1949. At The University Press.  1949.
Small 8vo. 5 x 7.75 inches. inches. 48 pp. Illustrated by 8 plates and by facsimile in text. Bound in the original cloth, gilt, with blind stamping, in price clipped dust wrapper with foxing of spine, slight edge wear and chips at head of spine; otherwise a very good copy.
A brief biographical account of Harvey, based around his portraits. Sir Geoffrey Langdon Keynes (1887-1982), surgeon, medical and literary biographer, and bibliographer, published his study of The Portraiture of William Harvey also in 1949, and later wrote the most complete and definitive biography of Harvey (1966, reissued with corrections, 1978). £20.00 [Stock No. 25076]

MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. KEYNES, GEOFFREY. THE PORTRAITURE OF WILLIAM HARVEY. THE THOMAS VICARY LECTURE 1948 By Geoffrey Keynes M.A., M.D. Cantab., F.R.C.S. Eng., Emeritus Surgeon, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. With a Catalogue and Reproductions of the Pictures.  The Royal College of Surgeons Lincolns Inn Fields.  1949.
Large 8vo. 7.5 x 9.75 inches. [vi] + 42 pp. Illustrated by portrait frontispiece and by 46 images on 32 tissue-guarded plates.Bound in the original blue cloth, gilt. A little wear to extremities and spine slightly faded, otherwise a very good copy. 1955 gift inscription on first free endpaper.
Contains reproductions of all portraits of William Harvey known by 1949. Sir Geoffrey Langdon Keynes (1887-1982), surgeon, medical and literary biographer, and bibliographer, later wrote the most complete and definitive biography of Harvey (1966, reissued with corrections, 1978). £35.00 [Stock No. 25075]

LIMITED EDITION OF EARLY HARVEY MANUSCRIPT. MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. WHITTERIDGE, GWENETH, edited by. DE MOTV LOCALI ANIMALIUM 1627 Edited, translated and introduced by Gwenneth Whitteridge M.A., D.Phil., F.S.A. Archivist of St Bartholomew’s Hospital London. Edition limited to 1000 copies. Published for The Royal College of Physicians At The University Press 1959.
8vo. 7.75 x 10 inches. xii + 163 + [1] pp. Joint text in Latin and English. Illustrated by facsimile from British Library Sloane MS 486, serving as frontispiece. Decorated by College device on title page. Bound in original green cloth, gilt, in price clipped dust wrapper in blue and red, with a little browning and staining and small edge chips; otherwise a very good copy.
‘While the De Motu Cordis was passing through the press, Harvey was writing down a series of notes for a treatise on the local movement of animals with special attention to the movement of muscle. This treatise was promised in the text of De Motu Cordis. It was probably never put into a final literary form, but these notes which came to light in the British Museum in the middle of the last century and have never before been prescribed make clear the tenor of the projected work...Mrs Whitteridge, who is Archivist of the Hospital where from 1609 to 1629 Harvey was Physician, has transcribed and edited the text. It is faced by an English translation, has full apparatus and notes, and an Introduction.’ (blurb). William Harvey (1578-1657) was born in Folkestone and educated at the King’s School, Canterbury, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and the University of Padua, where he was awarded his MD in 1602. He became a licentiate of the College of Physicians in London in 1604 and Charles I appointed him his physician-in-ordinary in 1639. Gweneth Whitteridge (1910-93), archivist at St Bartholomew’s from 1935 and medical historian, was a distinguished Harvey scholar. This work was the first of a series of his unpublished or unavailable writings that she edited and translated. She published a biography, William Harvey and the Circulation of the Blood in 1971 and a Bibliography in 1989. £60.00 [Stock No. 25074]

LIMITED EDITION OF EARLY HARVEY MANUSCRIPT. MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. WHITTERIDGE, GWENETH, edited by. DE MOTV LOCALI ANIMALIUM 1627 Edited, translated and introduced by Gwenneth Whitteridge M.A., D.Phil., F.S.A. Archivist of St Bartholomew’s Hospital London. Edition limited to 1000 copies. Published for The Royal College of Physicians At The University Press 1959.
8vo. 7.75 x 10 inches. xii + 163 + [1] pp. Joint text in Latin and English. Illustrated by facsimile from British Library Sloane MS 486, serving as frontispiece. Decorated by College device on title page.Bound in original green cloth, gilt, in dust wrapper in blue and red, with spine and edges browned, some erosion of lower right edge of front and clipped at top front edge; traces of foxing on fore edge but otherwise a very good copy.
‘While the De Motu Cordis was passing through the press, Harvey was writing down a series of notes for a treatise on the local movement of animals with special attention to the movement of muscle. This treatise was promised in the text of De Motu Cordis. It was probably never put into a final literary form, but these notes which came to light in the British Museum in the middle of the last century and have never before been prescribed make clear the tenor of the projected work...Mrs Whitteridge, who is Archivist of the Hospital where from 1609 to 1629 Harvey was Physician, has transcribed and edited the text. It is faced by an English translation, has full apparatus and notes, and an Introduction.’ (blurb). William Harvey (1578-1657) was born in Folkestone and educated at the King’s School, Canterbury, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and the University of Padua, where he was awarded his MD in 1602. He became a licentiate of the College of Physicians in London in 1604 and Charles I appointed him his physician-in-ordinary in 1639. Gweneth Whitteridge (1910-93), archivist at St Bartholomew’s from 1935 and medical historian, was a distinguished Harvey scholar. This work was the first of a series of his unpublished or unavailable writings that she edited and translated. She published a biography, William Harvey and the Circulation of the Blood in 1971 and a Bibliography in 1989. £60.00 [Stock No. 25073]

MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. NEW LIGHT ON WILLIAM HARVEY.  S. Karger. 1976.
8vo. 6.5 x 9 inches. [x] + 189 pp. Illustrated by 8 text figures. In stiff card pictorial wrappers. Spine sunned and pencil ownership inscription on first free endpaper; otherwise a very good copy.
This title includes a study as to how and when Harvey arrived at his theory of the circulation of the blood. It examines the influence of Aristotle and ‘medieval revisionism,’ and includes fourteen appendices, analysing the role of his predecessors and immediate followers: ‘In short, the two primary burdens of this work are to evaluate Harvey’s biological speculations and to treat the body of his work as an organic whole.’ Walter Pagel (1898-1983) was made a Professor at the University of Heidelberg in 1931, but fled to England , where he worked as a pathologist, in 1933, becoming a medical historian in his retirement. £35.00 [Stock No. 25072]

MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. KEELE, KENNETH D. WILLIAM HARVEY The man, the physician, and the scientist. By Kenneth D. Keele M.D., F.R.C.P. (British Men of Science). Nelson 1965.
8vo. 5.75 x 8 inches. xi + [i] + 244 pp. Illustrated by 18 plates and by 9 text figures. Bound in original black cloth, gilt, in price clipped pictorial dust wrapper. A very good copy.
Biography of William Harvey, emphasising his achievements as a physician and scientist, by Dr. David Kenneth Keele (1909-87), specialist in the study of the heart and a medical historian. £20.00 [Stock No. 25069]

MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. WRIGHT, THOMAS. CIRCULATION. WILLIAM HARVEY'S REVOLUTIONARY IDEA.  Chatto and Windus. 2012.
8vo. 6.25 x 8.75 inches. xix + [i] + 246 pp. Illustrated throughout text in black and white. Decorated by half title and essay chapter heading vignettes. Bound in original black cloth, gilt in pictorial dust wrapper. A fine copy in mint condition.
This recent biography of William Harvey, shows how he drew inspiration not only from his own dissections and vivisections, but also from the world around him. and from the historical characters he encountered. It goes on to demonstrate the impact of the revolutionary nature of Harvey’s circulation theory and how it was received in his own lifetime. £20.00 [Stock No. 25068]

MEDICINE - HARVEY, WILLIAM. ANATOMICAL EXERCITATIONS, CONCERNING THE GENERATION OF LIVING CREATURES: To which are added Particular Discourses of Births, and of Conceptions, etc. By William Harvey, Doctor of Physic, and Professor of Anatomy, and Chirurgery, in the Colledge of Physicians of London. This special edition of Anatomical Exercitations, Concerning the Generation of Living Creatures By William Harvey has been privately printed for the members of The Classics of Medicine Library.  The Classics of Medicine Library Division of Gryphon Editions 333 East 38th Street. Original imprint: London, Printed by James Young, for Octavian Pulleyn, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Sign of the Rose in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1653. 1991.
8vo. 5 x 7.25 inches. [4] + [46] + 556 + [2] pp. Pagination of original irregular at end. Illustrated by portrait frontispiece. Decorated by title page, head and tailpiece vignettes and by initials. Bound in black pigskin, boards decorated with gilt panels; spine in compartments with raised bands, decorated gilt with gilt titles. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. A fine copy.
A handsome facsimile of the first English edition of William Harvey’s second great work (after de Motu Cordis), his study of conception, pregnancy and birth, published in 1653. It was translated from the Latin of de Generatione Animalium of 1651. Harvey first examines the hen’s egg, based on the views of Aristotle, and then considers generation in deer and in humans. £45.00 [Stock No. 25067]

PRIZE BINDING. MILLER, HUGH. FOOT-PRINTS OF THE CREATOR: OR, THE ASTEROLEPSIS OF STROMNESS. With Memoir by Louis Agassiz. Adam and Charles Black; London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co.  1861.
8vo. 5.25 x 7.25 inches. lxxii + 352 pp. Illustrated by 67 wood engraved text figures. Decorated by initial.Bound in full morocco, deeply hand tooled in blind; spine in compartments with raised bands decorated by gilt and blind stamping with contrasting green title label, gilt. Marbled endpapers. Bevelled edges. All edges red. Front hinge starting to crack and light wear to extremities. occasional scattered foxing, but otherwise a very good copy. Copperplate school prize inscription, 1862, on second free endpaper.
First published in 1849, this is an examination of the early flora and vertebrates found in the fossil record of the Scottish strata. Hugh Miller of Cromarty (1802-56) was a renowned, self-taught Scottish geologist. The asterlolepsis was a Devonian placoderm fish. This edition includes a memoir of the geologist by Louis Agassiz (1807-73, Swiss-American biologist and geologist, and prefatory remarks by his wife and literary executor, Lydia Miller. In a handsomely bound prize binding. £50.00 [Stock No. 25065]

 

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