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161 Jackson (Thomas W.) You Can't Beat It. Thos. W. Jackson Getting Off The Good Ones.
Chicago: Thos. W. Jackson Publishing Company, 1946. Revised edition. 
Stiff color pictorial wrappers, text stapled, lettered in red on front cover. Many cartoon illustrations. Light edge wear, but a very nice, clean copy. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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162 Jacobs (W.W.) Ship's Company. Illustrated by Will Owen.
Toronto: Musson/London: Hodder & Stoughton, [nd]. 
272pp. Red-brown cloth designed in black, spine lettered in gilt. Frontispiece. Inner hinges cracked & loose, but a very bright, very good copy otherwise. "Musson" at the base of the spine. This is an uncommon Canadian edition. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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One In A Thousand; or, The Days of Henry IV. By the Author of "The Gipsy," "Mary of Burgundy," Etc., Etc., James (G.P.R.) [published anonymously].
163 James (G.P.R.) [published anonymously]. One In A Thousand; or, The Days of Henry IV. By the Author of "The Gipsy," "Mary of Burgundy," Etc., Etc.

Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1837. First Continental edition; first published in England by Longmans in three volumes, 1835. Quarter-calf & marbled boards, spine designed and lettered in gilt. Blue-green coated end papers. [346]pp. Some foxing and discoloration to early and late leaves, some wear to edges and corners, a very good copy. The title of the British edition was: "One In A Thousand; or, The Days of Henry Quatre". An historical novel of the late 14th and early 15th centuries. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Always In The Way; or, Mr. Rummins, With Rod, Hounds, and Rifle. With Nine Illustrations by Finch Mason., Jeans (Thomas)
164 Jeans (Thomas) Always In The Way; or, Mr. Rummins, With Rod, Hounds, and Rifle. With Nine Illustrations by Finch Mason.
London: A.P. Marsden, 1893. New Edition. 
Contemporary cloth, no label on spine, quite shaken, discoloration of cloth, end papers evidently replaced; a rather rough, but sound copy. Frontispiece & 8 inserted sporting plates. Originally published in 1866. An uncommon sporting novel. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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165 Jebb (Mrs. J. Gladwin) Some Unconventional People.

Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1895. First American edition. Tan decorative cloth, designed and lettered in red and gilt. A bit of soiling to cloth at spine and edges of covers, inner front hinge a bit loose, a decent very good copy in general, quite attractive. The British edition was published by Blackwood in 1896. The story of an "unconventional" group of expatriates in Mexico. This looks to be fiction, but an earlier book, "A Strange Career", is a memoir of John Gladwyn Jebb; it has an introduction by H. Rider Haggard, in which Haggard states that he believed Jebb had the key to finding Montezuma's treasure.... 
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The Idle Thoughts of An Idle Fellow. A Book for An Idle Holiday., Jerome (Jerome K.)
166 Jerome (Jerome K.) The Idle Thoughts of An Idle Fellow. A Book for An Idle Holiday.

London: Leadenhall Press, 1890. One Hundred & Twenty-Second Edition. Beige decorative cloth, spine and front cover lettered in black, front & back covers designed in blue. One leaf of ads at rear, followed by a 14-page catalogue. Ownership signature dated 1891, some wear to spine ends, dust soiling of cloth, a very good copy in general. First published in 1889. The catalogue at the rear includes a nice 2-page display of type specimins used by Leadenhall. 
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167 Jerome (Jerome K.) Three Men on the Bummel. Illustrated by L. Raven Hill.

Bristol: Arrowsmith/London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co, [1900]. First edition. Wine cloth, spine designed and lettered in gilt, front cover designed and lettered in red. Frontispiece & numerous illustrations in the text. Some wear to tips and spine ends, cloth a bit rubbed, quite a bright very good copy in general. Issued as Vol. XXXVI in Arrowsmith's 3/6 Series. Copies also exist in brown cloth. The American edition, also issued in 1900, came out under the title: THREE MEN ON WHEELS. The word 'Bummel' is a German word, meaning a sort of round trip. The novel features the protagonists of Jerome's earlier work THREE MEN IN A BOAT (1889), this time on a cycling tour of the German Black Forest. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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168 Jerrold (Blanchard) Cent Per Cent. A Story Written upon a Bill Stamp. With Coloured Illustrations.

London: John Camden Hotten, (1869). First edition. Green cloth, blocked in blind on covers, spine ruled and lettered in gilt. Brown printed end papers, bearing ads for the Prudential Assurance Company. Frontispiece and four plates in colour, also a colour representation of a winged head on the title page. Inner hinges taped, which tape has discoloured, some splitting along upper hinge, moderate edge wear, a very good copy in general. Publishers catalogue at rear dated 1869. Wolff 3679, his copy identical to this save for having dark brown end papers. Issued in Hotten's Illustrated Library, so indicated on the spine. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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169 Jerrold (Douglas) Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures. By "Punch".
NY: Optimus Printing Co., 1894. 
176pp. + 8pp. ads at rear. White wrappers designed and lettered in blue. Slight chipping to edges, some discoloration of spine, very good. Issued as No. 13 in the Happy Thoughts Library, May 14, 1894. An uncommon edition of this humorous classic. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Italian Sketches., Jewett (Sophie)
170 Jewett (Sophie) Italian Sketches.

Wellesley College: Published for the Sophie Jewett Memorial Ambulance, (1917). First edition. Gray boards, printed paper spine label. Light shelf wear, a nearly fine copy. A memorial volume. It contains a poem: "In Memoriam: Sophie Jewett" by Margaret Sherwood. Seven sketches of travel in Italy. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. A Tale. By Dr. Johnson. Two Volumes In One., Johnson (Samuel)
171 Johnson (Samuel) The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. A Tale. By Dr. Johnson. Two Volumes In One.

London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1799. 12mo. 142pp. + one leaf of ads at rear. Quarter-calf & boards, spine lettered and ruled in gilt. Frontispiece, signed "Tegg / Sculp". Much of spine is chipped away, some foxing, very good. In two parts, with continuous pagination. As in the British Library copy (cited by WorldCat), the ads at the rear are for Lackington, Allen and Co., London. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Joessa; or So Spins the Flying World Away., Jonsson (Ivar) [pseudonym of Edgar A. Tibbetts].
172 Jonsson (Ivar) [pseudonym of Edgar A. Tibbetts]. Joessa; or So Spins the Flying World Away.

NY & London: Neely, (1901). First edition. Tan cloth, spine and front cover ruled and lettered in dark brown or black. Some dust soiling of cloth, chipping to spine ends, a bit of shelf wear; a very good copy, internally fresh. Smith: American Fiction 1901-1925: J-201. Tibbetts wrote an earlier novel (THE DEPARTMENT CLERK - 1899), and later translated Homer. Both novels are very scarce. This one also concerns Washington politics. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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The Genuine Letters of Junius. To which are prefixed Anecdotes of the Author. Piccadilly., Junius. [Philip Francis, or Edmund Burke].
173 Junius. [Philip Francis, or Edmund Burke]. The Genuine Letters of Junius. To which are prefixed Anecdotes of the Author. Piccadilly.

London: 1771. 8vo. xx + 366 pages. Full calf, spine lettered in gilt on a panel of red. Marbled end papers. The calf is finished in an unusual marbled pattern. Large chip from the upper spine, not affecting the title; upper cover and first blank leaf detached; a clean very good copy otherwise. Early ownership signature of William Thomas Wyld on the verso of the front end paper, and that of a later owner on the detached blank. This issue has a colon after London on the title page. This is the so-called "Piccadilly Edition", a re-issue of the 1771 London edition. The author was assumed by some to be Edmund Burke; later scholarship suggests that it was in fact Sir Philip Francis (1740-1818). The Junius letters were serialized beginning in 1769, and many unauthorized and incomplete editions were issued soon after. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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174 Keller (Dr. David H.) The Sexual Education Series. Ten Volumes.
NY: Roman, (1928). 
Ten Volumes. Small volumes in red wrappers designed and lettered in black. One volume is in tan wrappers, possibly supplied from another set. A bit of spine wear, but condition is very good in the original cardboard mailing box, which is splitting apart. A nice set of these little books. Keller is best known as an author of fantasy and science fiction. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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De Pommersche Landwehrmann Crischon in'n franzoschen Krieg. Plattdutsche Schosen von Ernst Keller., Keller (Ernst)
175 Keller (Ernst) De Pommersche Landwehrmann Crischon in'n franzoschen Krieg. Plattdutsche Schosen von Ernst Keller.
Stettin: Dannenberg, 1871. 
Original printed self-wrappers. 24pp. Spine is taped with brown paper tape. Chipping to upper corner of title, very good condition. 7 verses relating to the Franco-Prussian War (1870 - 1871). 
Price: 75.00 USD
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176 Kendall (Ezra) Spots of Wit and Humor [Original]. Lettering and Embellishments Conceived and Executed by J. Morgan & Co.
Cleveland: Gepfert & Crummel, The Helman Taylor Co., 1899. 
Original illustrated wrappers. Spine ends chipped away, short tears in the margins of some pages, about very good otherwise. Many illustrations. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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177 Kesting (Carmea L.) Repression. Plowing Time and Other Stories.

Kansas City: Burton, (1930). First edition. Pink cloth, designed and lettered in purple. Mauve end papers. Some dust soiling to edges of covers, a very good copy in a chipped dust jacket; the jacket is dust-soiled, and has chips from the spine extremities and edges of covers, not affecting lettering. Eight short stories, on the subject of repressed emotions. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Dog-Watches At Sea. With Illustrations., King (Stanton H.)
178 King (Stanton H.) Dog-Watches At Sea. With Illustrations.

Boston & NY: Houghton, Mifflin, 1901. First edition. Gray-blue pictorial cloth, designed and lettered in silver. Frontispiece and 3 inserted plates by Charles Copeland. Spine somewhat sunned, a few small blemishes to cloth, a very good copy. The fictionalized tale of twelve years in the merchant and naval marine. Not in Smith. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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179 Kingsley (Charles) Two Years Ago.

Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1857. First American edition. Original brown cloth, covers stamped in blind, spine lettered in gilt. Yellow end papers. Some wear to spine ends, cloth rubbed, scattered foxing, very good generally. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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'Gainst Wind and Tide. By Nellie Talbot Kinkead., Kinkead (Eleanor Talbot)
180 Kinkead (Eleanor Talbot) 'Gainst Wind and Tide. By Nellie Talbot Kinkead.

Chicago & NY: Rand, McNally, 1892. First edition. Later wrappers, from Pratt's Circulating Library. A bit of edge wear, some soiling of wrappers at spine and edges, numbers penned on cover and first few leaves, a very good copy. Original wrappers not present. Issued as No. 49 in the Rialto Series. Not in Wright, although several of her other, later titles are included. A scarce early work by this Kentucky woman author, 
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