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Daylesford, Pa. Privately printed, 1919. tall 12mo. blue paper wrappers, cord-tied, original mailing envelope address by Bartell and with the return postage of The Cutter Co. (iv), 10 pages with colored frontispiece. (Fleck B.13) Stevenson, as a child of six, dedicated this 'Story of the History of Moses,' to his mother. Newton purchased this manuscript in an Anderson sale of November 24, 1914, lot 294. This booklet is the first appearance in print of this..... READ MORE about THE HISTORY OF MOSES. BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Price: $95.00 Order nr. 14843
N.P. Privately printed, n.d. (circa 1935). tall 16mo. paper self wrappers. 8 pages. Issued to people interested in joining the Trollope Society of which Newton was founder (Fleck A.38). The purpose of the Society was to place all of Trollope's works back in print at reasonable prices. Fine copy of a scarce piece. READ MORE about THE OBJECT OF THE TROLLOPE SOCIETY
Price: $22.50 Order nr. 11577
N.P. Privately printed, 1929. 4to. cloth-backed boards, paper spine and cover labels, original box with paper label. (vi), 32, (8) pages. First edition, limited to 600 copies (Fleck A.20.A). Newton produced this book and used the profits to erect a Hardy Memorial in England. Reproduces a number of letters in facsimile from the Newton collection. Loosely inserted in this copy is the four page prospectus to the book. Mounted on the free endpaper is an..... READ MORE about THOMAS HARDY, NOVELIST OR POET?
Price: $65.00 Order nr. 14897
N.P. Privately printed, 1929. 4to. cloth-backed boards, paper spine and cover labels, original box with paper label. (vi), 32, (8) pages. First edition, limited to 600 copies (Fleck A.20.A). Newton produced this book and used the profits to erect a Hardy Memorial in England. Reproduces a number of letters in facsimile from the Newton collection. Four page prospectus loosely inserted. Slipcase shows wear with piece missing along front edge. READ MORE about THOMAS HARDY, NOVELIST OR POET?
Price: $45.00 Order nr. 14898
Philadelphia: A. Edward Newton, 1934. tall 12mo. blue paper wrappers, cord-tied. 38 pages and with a frontispiece portrait of Trollope. First edition. Contains a check list of the writings of Anthony Trollope (Fleck B.28.A). Newton sold this pamphlet for 50 cents to raise money for the formation of the Trollope Society. This Society published some of Trollope's works. READ MORE about THE TROLLOPE SOCIETY
Price: $15.00 Order nr. 11495
Philadelphia: Charles Sessler, 1934. 12mo. self paper wrappers. 8 pages. Not in Fleck. Useful check-list of Newton's works put together by Newton and Mabel Zahn to celebrate the publication of DERBY DAY. READ MORE about ON THE OCCASION OF THE PUBLICATION OF A NEW BOOK BY A. EDWARD NEWTON, DERBY DAY AND OTHER ADVENTURES
Price: $7.50 Order nr. 11588
N.P. n.p., 1936. 12mo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages. Above information followed by text in letter form with printed signature of Newton. Announces that the Trollope Society "now has two hundred and fifty-seven members, a bank balance of Thirty-one Hundred Dollars, and no liabilities." READ MORE about THE TROLLOPE SOCIETY, THE FIRST VOLUME TO APPEAR UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF OUR SOCIETY IS THE WARDEN...
Price: $12.50 Order nr. 14699
(Bassac, France): Plein Chant, (1989). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 322, (4) pages. Text in French. Part of publisher's 'Collection de l'Atelier Furtif' 19th century series. Biography of French writer Charles Nodier (1780-1844), French Romantic writer and author of books about book collectors. Frontispiece. Bibliogaphy includes Nodier's writings, studies about Nodier, works consulted for his noted Histoire du roi de Bohême, and addenda. Black and white engravings throughout. READ MORE about NODIER L'HOMME DU LIVRE
Price: $35.00 Order nr. 107613
Bloomsbury: The Nonesuch Press, 1937. tall 8vo. cloth, orange paper covered boards box. Hatton's Bibliographical list of the original illustrations to the works of Charles Dickens; those made under his supervision and Arthur Waugh's Charles Dickens and his Illustrators. Covers ever-so-slightly bowed, else near fine in the original publisher's box. READ MORE about RETROSPECTUS AND PROSPECTUS, THE NONESUCH DICKENS
Price: $20.00 Order nr. 92119
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1924. 8vo. cloth. x, 52 pages. First edition. Nice presentation from the author on free endpaper. Loosely inserted is an obituary of the author. READ MORE about THE MANUSCRIPT, A GUIDE FOR ITS PREPARATION TO WHICH IS ADDED A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE...
Price: $20.00 Order nr. 31064
Stockholm: P.A. Norstedt, 1966. large 12mo. stiff paper wrappers. 185+(1) pages. Solicited contributions from 23 writers associated with this major Swedish publishing firm. With brief bibliographies. Light soiling. READ MORE about TRYCKPUNKTER, 23 NORSTEDFORFATTARE I EGEN SAK
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 52931
(Elkton, MD: Myst and Lace Publishers, Inc., 1998). 12mo. stiff paper wrappers. (vi), 313 pages. First edition One page introduction entitled "Welcome to DelMarVa" followed by novel. The first in the series of Delmarva Murder Mysteries reveals that kidnapping is still prevalent in the 21st century.Loosely inserted is a clipped newspaper review of this book by Christa Titus. READ MORE about FIRED! A DELMARVA MURDER MYSTERY
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 125112
Elkton: Myst and Lace Publishers, 1994. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (iv), 19 pages. First edition. Fiction by this Delaware born author. READ MORE about STAIRWAY OVER THE BRANDYWINE, A LOVE STORY
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 68469
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1914. small 8vo. cloth. 164 pages. First edition. Presentation on free endpaper "E.E. Bartlett, Esq with compliments of Wm. Dana Orcutt, 15 February, 1915." Spine age darkened. READ MORE about THE AUTHOR'S DESK BOOK, BEING A REFERENCE VOLUME UPON QUESTIONS OF THE RELATIONS OF THE AUTHOR TO...
Price: $50.00 Order nr. 96248
Austin: Humanities Research Center, (1973). 8vo. cloth, clear plastic wrappers. First edition, limited to 800 copies. The 4th Feldman Lectureship in Bibliography. READ MORE about NEO-PHILOBIBLON: RUMINATIONS ON MANUSCRIPT COLLECTING
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 9859
London: (F. Shoberl, Printer), 1860. 8vo. disbound. 16 pages. An edited transcript of Panizzi's testimony concerning the removal of the natural history collection to make space for a growing number of books which the Museum was acquiring. Bolton Corney had added his highly critical notes of Panizzi's testimony which illuminate the stiff opposition at that time of Panizzi's tenure as principal librarian and leader of the Museum. READ MORE about COMMENTS ON THE EVIDENCE OF ANTONIO PANIZZI ESQUIRE BEFORE THE SELECT
Price: $195.00 Order nr. 57623
Lima: Imprenta Gil, 1935. small 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 316; 255 pages. 2 volumes. First edition. Pardo (1834-1876) was a popular President of Peru who had a history of literary interest. Unopened copy. READ MORE about CENTENARIO DE MANUEL PARDO. 1834-1934
Price: $125.00 Order nr. 80605