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81 D'Annunzio (Gabriele) The Virgins of the Rocks. Translated by Tatsu Yaguchi.

Tokyo: Shinyodo, 1913. Beige cloth, covers decorated in blue, green, red, and gilt, spine lettered in gilt. One plate, a portrait of the author. Title page printed in red. Lower spine torn, rear hinge worn, some dust soiling, about very good otherwise. A Japanese translation of D'Annunzio's work, only the title page in English, text entirely in Japanese. 
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Lise Tavernier; or, From Under the Veil. Translated by Henry C. Williams., Daudet (Alphonse)
82 Daudet (Alphonse) Lise Tavernier; or, From Under the Veil. Translated by Henry C. Williams.
NY: Hurst, 1892. 
[100]pp. + 14pp. ads at rear + 14pp. blank pages. Violet wrappers, ruled and lettered in black. Chipping to upper corner and top of spine, paper browned, very good otherwise. Issued as No. 24 in The Universal Library, June 29, 1892. First published in French as a play in 1869; presumably this English version has been novelized by the translator. The LC catalogue cites a Hurst edition, paginated as this one, but gives a date of (c.1890). Scarce. 
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Sidonie. Translated by G.D. Cox., Daudet (Alphonse)
83 Daudet (Alphonse) Sidonie. Translated by G.D. Cox.
NY: George Munro, 1879. 
[64]pp. Original printed wrappers, large format. Issued as Vol. XXVII, No. 557 in Munro's Seaside Library, July 29, 1879. Wear and tears to spine, foxing to some pages, very good condition otherwise. An early American edition; the first American edition was published by Estes & Lauriat, 1877, and was translated by Mary Neal Sherwood; this translation is by G.D. Cox. An English translation of "Fromont Jeune et Risler Aine." 
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Henriette. Fragments From the Diary of the Marquis de Boisguerny. Collected and Published by Ernest Daudet., Daudet (Ernest)
84 Daudet (Ernest) Henriette. Fragments From the Diary of the Marquis de Boisguerny. Collected and Published by Ernest Daudet.
NY: Harper & Brothers, 1878. 
[32]pp. Original wrappers. Issued as Number 6 in Harper's Franklin Square Library, 1878. Some wear and small chips to spine, small stains on outer pages, very good. Probably the first American edition. 
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Out Of The Ark or Creatures Facetious in Cut and Doggerel. By R.D., Davies (Randall) [writing as: R.D.]
85 Davies (Randall) [writing as: R.D.] Out Of The Ark or Creatures Facetious in Cut and Doggerel. By R.D.
London: Peter Davies, 1930. First edition. 
Royal 8vo. Patterned black & red boards, printed paper spine label. Trifling wear, a very handsome copy in a pictorial dust jacket, which shows wear to the spine, split along the front hinge, and is chipped at edges. Clever verses on animals, illustrated by many artists. 
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86 Davis (Edith M.) Allah Kerim.
Boston: Roxburgh, (1920). 
First edition. Blue cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt. A nice clean copy in a very good, slightly chipped dust jacket, some internal tape repair to jacket. A short novel, moralistic in tone, of a man known as "The Viper". Much to do with New York politics. The jacket is subtitled: A story of a Single Soul. A Mortal Without a Name. Smith: American Fiction 1900 - 1925: D-120. 
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Odette's Marriage; A Novel, from the French of Albert Delpit. Translated From The "Revue des Deux Mondes," by Emily Prescott., Delpit (Albert)
87 Delpit (Albert) Odette's Marriage; A Novel, from the French of Albert Delpit. Translated From The "Revue des Deux Mondes," by Emily Prescott.
Chicago: Donnelley, 1886. Eighth Edition. 
Brown cloth designed and lettered in black. Floral end papers. Paper browned, very light shelf wear, but an attractive copy. The first American edition appeared from Sumner in 1880; the British edition was published by Vizetelly in 1886. 
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Derek Gascoyne., Desmond (Clive)
88 Desmond (Clive) Derek Gascoyne.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1920]. 
318pp. Rebound in plain brown cloth, spine lettered in black. Old library markings partly eradicated from inner front cover. A rough copy, scattered creases and old stains, but complete. This looks to be mainly a society novel, with some military content, and British politics, in particular the Labour Party. Not common. 
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Mirth and Metre: Consisting of Poems, Serious, Humorous, and Satirical; Songs, Sonnets, Ballads, & Bagatelles., Dibdin (Charles) [Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin, aka Charles Pitt, or Charles Dibdin the Younger].
89 Dibdin (Charles) [Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin, aka Charles Pitt, or Charles Dibdin the Younger]. Mirth and Metre: Consisting of Poems, Serious, Humorous, and Satirical; Songs, Sonnets, Ballads, & Bagatelles.

London: Printed for Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, 1807. First edition. 12mo. Full calf, spine gilt. Considerable wear to corners, both hinges repaired (covers likely re-attached), small chip from spine label (just touching title), numerous annotations and marginalia; basically very good otherwise. A somewhat rough but interesting copy of this collection of the younger Dibdin's verse and songs, with many comical and curious entries. 
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South Meadows. A Tale of Long Ago., Disosway (E.T.)
90 Disosway (E.T.) South Meadows. A Tale of Long Ago.
Philadelphia: Porter and Coates, (1874). First edition. 
Original brown decorative cloth, designed and lettered in black and gilt. Brown coated end papers. Review copy, with a complimentary slip from Jansen, McClurg tipped in before the title page. Moderate shelf wear, some bubbling of cloth, mostly on back cover, a very good copy. A novel of Cotton Mather, the Puritan colonists, and the Salem witch trials. Wright: American Fiction, 1851-1875; 754. 
Price: 100.00 CAD
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Friends In The End. Illustrations by Faith Avery., Dix (Beulah Marie)
91 Dix (Beulah Marie) Friends In The End. Illustrations by Faith Avery.
NY: Henry Holt, (1911). 4th printing. 
Light green pictorial cloth designed in white & black. Frontispiece & 3 plates by Faith Avery. Some dust soiling, and light fading to cloth, but basically a fine copy in a slightly chipped pictorial dust jacket, with a chip from the upper front panel, some shelf wear and short tears to edges, but about very good otherwise. The only indication that this is a 4th printing is that it is printed on the dust jacket; there is no evidence of which printing it is within the book itself. An uncommon title, and more so in the scarce jacket. A story of conflict between young folks during a summer spent in the New Hampshire mountains. 
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92 Dobie (Charles Caldwell) Broken To The Plow. A Novel.

NY: Harper & Brothers, (1921). Early printing, date code G-V on copyright page. Brown cloth, ruled and lettered in dark green. Some light edge wear, a clean very good copy. With a nice personal inscription from Dobie to a friend, dated San Francisco - Sept. 18/1921. A novel of California. 
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Hiwa. A Tale of Ancient Hawaii., Dole (Edmund P.)
93 Dole (Edmund P.) Hiwa. A Tale of Ancient Hawaii.

NY & London: Harper & Brothers, 1900. First edition. Tan decorative cloth designed in brown & green, lettered in gilt. Title page printed in red & black. Ink stamp on front fly leaf, some dust soiling of cloth, a very good copy. A novel of ancient Hawaii. Glossary at the rear 
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No Navel To Guide Him., Douglas (Jack)
94 Douglas (Jack) No Navel To Guide Him.
Hollywood: Oxford Press, (1947). First edition. 
Green cloth lettered in gilt. Old glue on front end paper from a bookplate, some dampstaining to lower edge, but a decent copy in a dust jacket which is chipped at the edges, and some repaired tears. On the Jacket: "With Dirty Pictures by Currier & Ives". A curious work of American humor. An unusual production, with wallpaper bound in for illustrations and the pencil still present in the pencil holder on the upper back cover. Uncommon. 
Price: 90.00 CAD
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95 Douglas (Robert B.) Sophie Arnould. Actress and Wit. With Seven Copper-Plate Engravings by Adolphe Lalauze.

Paris: Charles Carrington, 1898. Publisher's green buckram, spine and front cover lettered in gilt, back cover designed in blind. Marbled end papers. Seven engravings comprising a frontispiece, illustrated title page, three inserted plates, a headpiece to chapter one, and a tailpiece. Title page printed in red & black. The spine is slightly sunned, some rubbing to hinges, glue repairs to inner hinges, a clean very good copy otherwise. The pages bearing the inserted illustrations are somewhat yellowed. Tissue cards are present, a couple with wrinkles. Limited to 500 copies. 
Price: 75.00 CAD
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96 Doyle (Arthur Conan) The Vital Message.

London, Toronto & NY: Hodder & Stoughton, (1919). First Canadian edition. Black cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt. Four photographic illustrations, as called for. Ownership inscription on front end paper dated 1919, inner front hinge partly cracked and loose, moderate shelf wear to edges; the black cloth shows some smudging on covers, and there is some creasing along the spine. In general, however, a clean very good copy. This is the Canadian issue, with "Printed In Canada" on the copyright page. Green & Gibson B25c. 
Price: 50.00 CAD
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The London Stage; A Collection of the Most Reputed Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, Melo-Dramas, Farces, and Interludes. Accurately Printed from Acting Copies, as Performed At the Theatres Royal, and Carefully Collated and Revised. Vol. II., Drama - London Stage
97 Drama - London Stage The London Stage; A Collection of the Most Reputed Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, Melo-Dramas, Farces, and Interludes. Accurately Printed from Acting Copies, as Performed At the Theatres Royal, and Carefully Collated and Revised. Vol. II.

London: Sherwood, Jones, [c.1825]. Volume II only. 19th century half-calf & marbled boards, spine designed and lettered in gilt. Marbled end papers. Frontispiece of Theatrical Portraits, and many illustrations in the text throughout. Scuffing of leather, hinges tender but intact, a very good copy. Label of the Henry E. Huntington Library on the rear paste-down, and their HEH Duplicate stamp beneath. A complete set is 3 volumes; this is Volume 2 only. Many plays, separately paged, most with an engraving. Some interesting ones include Holcroft's A TALE OF MYSTERY, Anon.: THE DRAGON OF WANTLEY, James Cobb: THE HAUNTED TOWER, Kane O'Hara: TOM THUMB, Altered from Fielding, etc. etc. 
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98 Du Maurier (George) [DuMaurier]. Society Pictures.
Chicago: Charles H. Sergel, 1895. 
First American edition. Oblong ivory pictorial wrappers, front cover illustrated in brown and lettered in red. Some short tears at spine ends, a bit loose, a clean and decent copy generally in the tan pictorial dust jacket; the jacket is also illustrated in brown and lettered in red, has an old stain to the front panel and some tears and light chipping to spine ends, generally very good otherwise. About 8 x 5 inches, printed on rectos only. Originally issued in larger formats in London (1880 & 1891 - at least 4 parts were published); these are selected from Du Maurier's drawings for PUNCH. 
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99 Ebers (Georg) Uarda. A Romance of Ancient Egypt. From the German by Clara Bell.
NY: Fenno, 1895. 
[440]pp. Original brown wrappers lettered in black. Some small chips to edges and corners, but quite a nice clean copy. Issued as No. 35 in Fenno's Summer Series, Dec. 20, 1895. This English translation was first published in 1877. A historical novel of ancient Egypt. 
Price: 35.00 CAD
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100 Ekelund (Vilhelm) Plus Salis.
Halsingbord: Trvckeriaktiebolaget Demokraten, 1945. 
Porous beige wrappers ruled in blue, printed in black. Small stain at upper spine, a few pencil marks in text, otherwise fine. This is copy #1 of 250 numbered copies. Chapter VII is titled: Friendly Arctic. 
Price: 35.00 CAD
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