THE HIGHER CITIZENSHIP, TWO ADDRESSES.
Baker, Alfred L.
Privately printed for the author by D.B. Updike at The Merrymount Press, Boston, in an edition limited to 750 copies, of which this is one of 500 on regular paper (Smith, 653). Typeset in Lutetia, initial letters printed in red. Includes talk orginally given in 1910, The Stake of the Business Man in Conservation, at the Second National Conservation Congress. Foxing on most pages, extremities slightly worn.
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MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOHN BOWDLER, ESQ.
by Bowdler, John
First edition. Presentation copy. John Bowdler (1746-1823), a writer on religious and church affairs, was the author of Select Pieces in Verse and Prose (1818). Inscribed "From the Author" on the half title. Bookplates are on the front paste down and the front free endpapers, both from the Locker family. There are a few notes in pencil scattered throughout from a previous owner. Front free endpaper is loose. Boards are rubbed and worn around the edges with light staining and some small scratches. Parts of the gilt border on both covers is worn off. The front hinge has cracked.