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'Gainst Wind and Tide. By Nellie Talbot Kinkead., Kinkead (Eleanor Talbot)
181 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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Stalky & Co., Kipling (Rudyard)
182 Kipling (Rudyard) Stalky & Co.

London: Macmillan, 1899. First edition. Red cloth, spine lettered in gilt, elephant device in gilt on front cover. Top edge gilt. One leaf of ads at rear. A bit of shelf wear to edges and corners, end papers foxed, spine a bit darkened, hinges becoming slightly loose but still intact; a very good copy. Stewart 195. Livingstone 216. 
Price: 90.00 CAD
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The Five Nations., Kipling (Rudyard)
183 Kipling (Rudyard) The Five Nations.

NY: Doubleday, Page, 1903. First American edition. Green pictorial cloth, designed in black, lettered in gilt. Title page printed in black & red. Light shelf wear to tips, a bright and attractive copy, about fine. Inscribed from H. Morse Stephens to Dunning Rideout: "For Dunning Rideout / In memory of many happy days, / some spent with Kipling, at / Marysville, / From / H. Morse Stephens / 16 November 1903". Stephens was the founder of The Kipling Club, and was a historian and professor at the University of California. Dunning Rideout was a financier and capitalist, mayor of Marysville, California in the 1870s, later a prominent figure in the Republican Party. A nice association copy, and in unusually nice condition. 
Price: 225.00 CAD
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The Second Jungle Book. Decorated by John Lockwood Kipling, C.I.E., Kipling (Rudyard)
184 Kipling (Rudyard) The Second Jungle Book. Decorated by John Lockwood Kipling, C.I.E.

NY: Century, 1902. An early American reprint; first published in 1895. Green pictorial cloth, designed in black and lettered in gilt. Ownership signature on front fly leaf, some light shelf wear, a very bright and attractive copy. 
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The Naulahka. A Story of East And West., Kipling (Rudyard) and Wolcott Balestier.
185 Kipling (Rudyard) and Wolcott Balestier. The Naulahka. A Story of East And West.

London: Heinemann, 1897. Colonial Edition. Red cloth, spine and front cover lettered in black, publishers device in black on lower rear cover. The front end papers are ads for Heinemann's Colonial Library, including Forthcoming Volumes, 1897 (which lists this book as forthcoming in July); five leaves of ads at rear, and the rear end papers bear ads for Popular Novels. Stain at base of spine, some repair to inner rear hinge, a bright and attractive copy otherwise. An indistinct rubber stamp on the front end paper indicates that this copy was from a shop in Bombay. First published in 1892, this appears to be the first Colonial issue. 
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A Singer's Story., Laffan (May) [May Hartley].
186 Laffan (May) [May Hartley]. A Singer's Story.
NY: George Munro's Sons, (1897). 
128pp. Later wrappers of Pratt's Circulating Library, Denver. One leaf of ads plus a 32-page publisher's catalogue at rear, dated June 1, 1897. Paper browning, very good. The English edition was published in London by Chapman and Hall in 1885, with the author listed as: " Related by the author of "Flitters Tatters, and the Counsellor"". This 1897 Munro edition is likely the first American publication. [From Wiki: May Hartley (née Laffan) (3 May 1849 – 23 June 1916) was an Irish realist writer who wrote about Dublin society in the nineteenth century and was considered a pioneer of “slum fiction” in an Irish setting]. Scarce. 
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187 Lander (Harry) Lucky Bargee.
NY: Appleton, 1898. First American edition. 
Blue pictorial cloth designed and lettered in red, black & gilt. Top edge gilt. Dust soiling of cloth, considerable foxing of some pages, in particular the end papers and adjacent leaves, ownership inscription and small rubber stamp on front end paper, damp stain to the lower margin of a few leaves; otherwise, quite a sound and decent copy, with a very attractive binding design. The British edition was published by Pearson in 1898. An uncommon novel, which deals in part with mining in England, and has a lot of nautical content. 
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188 Laxalt (Robert) A Cup of Tea in Pamplona. Illustrations by George Carlson.

Reno: University of Nevada Press, (1985). First edition. Full leather, slipcased. Copy Number 1 of 100 numbered copies, signed by Laxalt and Carlson. Some faint dust marks, but a fine copy in a nearly fine slipcase. Issued in the Basque Series. 
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Prose Fancies. With a Lithographed Portrait of the Author by R. Wilson Steer., Le Gallienne (Richard)
189 Le Gallienne (Richard) Prose Fancies. With a Lithographed Portrait of the Author by R. Wilson Steer.

London: Elkin Matthews & John Lane / NY: Putnam, 1894. First edition. Blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Frontispiece with tissue guard intact. Pen mark and 1894 owner's inscription on front fly leaf, mild foxing to end leaves, some denting to lower spine, small scuff to back cover, a decent very good copy. Two ad leaves at rear, followed by a 16-page catalogue dated March 1894. On the front paste-down is an Art Nouveau book plate for a Mr. Barker, the art by "W.S.". 
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The Quest of the Golden Girl. A Romance., Le Gallienne (Richard)
190 Le Gallienne (Richard) The Quest of the Golden Girl. A Romance.

London & NY: John Lane, 1900. Fourteenth Edition. Green decorative cloth, spine and front cover designed and lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt. A publisher's catalogue at the rear begins on page 7, and ends on page 33. Shelf wear to spine ends and tips, slightly leaned, two ownership plates on inner front cover, a bit of dust soiling; generally, a decent, very good copy. This is the American issue, with the ads at the rear marked "New York", and the prices in dollars. An attractive binding design by Will Bradley. 
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191 Leblanc (Maurice) The Frontier. Translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos.

NY: Doran/Hodder & Stoughton, (1912). First American edition. Orange pictorial cloth, spine and front cover designed in grey and lettered in black. Some scuffing of edges, some dust soiling, small bookplate on inner front cover; a very good copy, quite attractive. A novel which anticipated the Great War, of tensions on the frontier between France and Germany. 
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The Sentimental Traveller. Notes on Places. Copyright Edition., Lee (Vernon) [pseudonym of Violet Paget].
192 Lee (Vernon) [pseudonym of Violet Paget]. The Sentimental Traveller. Notes on Places. Copyright Edition.
Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1921. 
Tan printed wrappers lettered in black. Some darkening of the spine, a bit of wrinkling to upper corner, a clean very good copy. Issued as Vol. 4545 in Tauchnitz's Collection of British and American Authors. The ads on the back cover are dated Spring 1921. On the spine this is described as "Vernon Lee / 7". Originally published by John Lane in 1908. 
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Louis Norbert. A Two-Fold Romance. Copyright Edition., Lee (Vernon) [Violet Paget]
193 Lee (Vernon) [Violet Paget] Louis Norbert. A Two-Fold Romance. Copyright Edition.
Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1920. [1921]. 
Original printed wrappers. Spine darkened and a bit leaned, some short tears at edges, a very good copy. Issued as Vol. 4535 in Tauchnitz's Collection of British and American Authors. 32-page catalogue at rear dated June 1921. The first edition was published in London by John Lane, 1914. 
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Wolfville. Illustrated by Frederic Remington., Lewis (Alfred Henry) (Dan Quin).
194 Lewis (Alfred Henry) (Dan Quin). Wolfville. Illustrated by Frederic Remington.

NY: Stokes, (1897). Second Edition. Orange pictorial cloth desgned and lettered in black and white and gilt. Marked "Second Edition" on title page; really the first edition, second printing. Frontispiece and illustrations by Frederic Remington. Some small spots on spine, moderate soiling of cloth, a very good copy. BAL 11743. 
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195 Lewis (Harriet Newell) The Belle of the Season: or, The False Heir.
NY: Street & Smith, (1890). 
Green cloth designed and lettered in black and gilt. Floral end papers. Frontispiece. Some shelf wear, a bright very good copy. Issued in the Street & Smith Primrose Edition, also on the binding is: American Copyright Novels. This title not in Wright, who lists 7 others by this author. 16pp. of publisher's ads at rear. 
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The Man Who Knew Coolidge. Being the Soul of Lowell Schmaltz, Constructive and Nordic Citizen., Lewis (Sinclair)
196 Lewis (Sinclair) The Man Who Knew Coolidge. Being the Soul of Lowell Schmaltz, Constructive and Nordic Citizen.
Toronto: McLeod, (1928). First Canadian edition. 
Blue cloth lettered and ruled in red. A little rubbing to cloth, a bright very good copy. Based on the USA edition published by Harcourt, Brace. This Canadian edition is uncommon. 
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The Winter's Wreath for MDCCCXXX, A Collection of Original Contributions in Prose and Verse., Literary Annual.
197 Literary Annual. The Winter's Wreath for MDCCCXXX, A Collection of Original Contributions in Prose and Verse.

London: Whittaker, Treacher/Liverpool: George Smith, [1829]. 12mo. Half-calf & marbled boards, spine decorated in blind, lettered and designed in gilt on a dark leather label. Tan coated end papers. Presentation leaf, frontispiece, and 10 [of 11] plates, lacking plate IV: The Hunters Of The Tyrol. Some foxing of plates, old stain to lower corner affecting mostly early leaves, a very good copy generally. An attractive little literary annual with pleasant engravings, unfortunately lacking one illustration. Includes a short fairy story by H.F. Chorley: The Fairy Stone of Halton Hall. 
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The Poetry of Geography: A Journey Round The Globe. In Which a Comprehensive View of The Earth is Taken, and Facts Made Familiar to the Mind of All. A Book for Families, Students, and Schools., Livingston (Peter)
198 Livingston (Peter) The Poetry of Geography: A Journey Round The Globe. In Which a Comprehensive View of The Earth is Taken, and Facts Made Familiar to the Mind of All. A Book for Families, Students, and Schools.
London: Groombridge and Sons, 1853. 
16mo. Original green cloth stamped in blind, front cover designed and lettered in gilt. Folding frontispiece map. Pale yellow end papers. Remains of red circular ownership stamp on title and final leaf of text, sunned at edges, lower spine chipped, a bright very good copy generally. One leaf of ads at rear, followed by a 32-page publisher's catalogue. A trip around the world featuring poetry from each land. An uncommon book. 
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199 Lomax (William J.) Rural Amenities of a Village Community. With Original Illustrations by F.O.
London: Digby, Long, (1892). 
[114]pp. + 32pp. publisher's catalogue at rear. Light blue decorative cloth designed and lettered in brown on front cover, lettered in gilt on the spine. Black coated end papers. Illustrated. Some rubbing of cloth, a few folded page corners, a very good copy. Inscribed from the author in 1894, signed with his initials. Publisher's catalogue at rear dated January, 1892. An interesting catalogue, including descriptions of some very scarce books. This looks to be a rather slight & humorous work, of the goings-on in an English town. Scarce. 
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The Pacific Short Story Club Magazine. Volume 3, No. 1. January, 1910., London (Jack) et al.
200 London (Jack) et al. The Pacific Short Story Club Magazine. Volume 3, No. 1. January, 1910.
San Jose: Pacific Short Story Club, 1910. 
Pictorial wrappers. Some chipping to spine ends, folds at corners, some old library marks, a very good copy. This issue has a picture of Jack London on the front cover, but no writing by him. Contributors include Estelle Greathead, Anna Crever, Robin Clute, Raymond Sumner Bartlett, Agnes Roma Johnson, Grace Hoover Potter, Eva Banta, George Francis Colton, Nora Toumey, Mary B. Williams, Edith E. Patton, Maude J. Smith. 
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