London: Published for the Institution, 1844. First edition. Contemporary half calf, slight wear. Reports on China, Siam, Cochin-China, India, Africa, New Zealand, etc.
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London: Hogarth Press, 1935. First edition. Green cloth, very good without dust jacket). Woolmer 359.
London: J. Dodsley, 1779. First edition. Old calf, re-backed and re-cornered. A little spotted at the beginning and end, faint marginal dampstain affects the first 120 pages.
New York: Century, 1921. First edition. Original green decorated cloth, spine slightly faded and with a small spot. Very good.
New York: Published at the Office of the "Citizen" 1854. First edition. 370 pp. Original cloth, gilt, extremities worn damp mark in upper margin, lacking both free endpapers.
New York: Harper, 1842. First edition. Original brown cloth, endpapers foxed, but an excellent copy. xv, (18)-452, 16 pp. publisher's catalogue. Mott was a prolific and skilful surgeon and teacher. After seven years in Europe, he returned to New York, where he helped to found what would become the New...
London: Hamish Hamilton, 1988. White printed wrappers, fine. Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition of O'Hanlon's second travel book.
London: John Murray, 1828. Five volumes bound in three, half calf with cloth sides; an attractive set. 283, 270, 312, 295, 326 pp., folding map and seven plates. A sixth volume was published the following year.
Fox Ash Press, 2003. First edition. Folio, 15 inc. x 10-3/4 in., publisher's boards, as new. Text and photographs from Humphrey Spender's 1930 diary of his trip to Morocco. One of 300 copies, designed and printed by David Jury.
New York: Macmillan, 1922. First American edition. Blue cloth, very good, bright copy.
London: Virtue, n.d. First edition. Five volumes, 10 inches x 12.5 inches, original printed wrappers backed with cloth. The work was issued in fifteen parts, five divisions (as here), or two clothbound volumes. Slight chipping to wrappers and mild waterstain to part one cover, internally fine. Division 3 includes a....
1966-1967, 1977. A fine and interesting New Yorker correspondence. Janet Malcolm's first husband, Donald, reviewed books for The New Yorker in the 1950s and 1960s, and Janet Malcolm began writing for The New Yorker in 1963. With a letter from biographer Linda Davis to Janet Malcolm, discussing Katharine White.