Published by New York & London, 1908
pp. plus plates. Frontis. Original gilt cloth, t.e.g. Some edge wear. Very good. The attractions for travellers in Italy and Spain.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8274
Published by Philadelphia, 1858
416pp. plus plates and advertisements. Portrait. Engraved title. Original cloth. Extremities frayed, scattered foxing. Good. Later edition, first published in 1857. A distinguished naval officer and physician, Kane was stationed in the Orient, Africa, and Europe, served as medical officer with the Grinnell expedition in search of John Franklin, and led the second Grinnell expedition in 1853. This last undertaking failed to discover information regarding Franklin, but gleaned important material concerning Eskimos, the Arctic, and a route to the North Pole. Hill notes the popularity of this work. SABIN 22094. HILL 537. DAB X, pp.256-57.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9233
Published by New York & London, 1928
,236pp. plus plates. Cloth backed boards, printed paper label. Corners bumped, else fine. The authors were daughter and grandson of Tyler. Includes accounts of voyages and travels in Europe, as well as life in New England.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM12350
Published by London, 1905
xv,,696pp. plus errata and perforated order form tipped in. Frontis. Illus. Large, thick quarto. Gilt cloth. Boards rubbed and scuffed; head and foot of spine worn. Bookplate on front pastedown. Internally quite nice. About very good. First edition.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6437A
Published by Berlin, 1896
322pp. plus plates. Later half cloth and marbled boards. Very good. Third edition. The author's travels through North Africa and southern Spain.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6929
Published by [Warsaw?], 1974
,93pp. including illustrations. Quarto. Original pictorial wrappers. Fine. Hungarian language catalogue for a joint exhibition of art of the American West, co- sponsored by the Amon Carter Museum and the Wystawa Zogranizowana Przez Muzeum.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM32138
Publication Date: 1950
230pp. Frontis. Stiff printed wrappers. Some pencil marginalia, minor soiling. Very good. A romance based on the famous novel, ATALA, by Chateaubriand, set among the Indians in the South.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM16196
Published by London, 1915
pp. plus 52 colored plates. Quarto. Gilt pictorial cloth. Some light foxing, else near fine with tissue guards intact. Study and illustrations of the architecture.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6940
Published by Aberystwyth, 1972
vii,,77pp. Spiral bound mimeographed typescript. Very good. Collection of letters and documents by Welshmen serving in the Union Army. Documents were translated from the original Welsh.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM16171
Published by James R. Osgood and Company, Boston, 1877
442pp. including 214 wood-engravings (many full-page). Original decorative cloth, stamped in black and gold. Colored pencil inscription on flyleaf. A near fine copy. First American edition (after the Paris and London editions of 1876). A well-illustrated and thorough account of the author's travels through the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark, with much material on domestic architecture and furniture. In a simple, but very attractive, publisher's binding. HITCHCOCK 816.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM35795
Published by Liverpool Printed; New York Reprinted, 1808
64pp. Dbd. Titlepage and last few leaves dust soiled and foxed or stained, else quite good. Concerns the Napoleonic Wars and related politics of the day. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 15423.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9147
Published by London, 1795
68pp. Dbd. Some soiling, else very good. Second edition. Auckland, a close associate and friend of William Pitt, presents his views on the French Revolution and war, supposedly incorporating the ideals of Pitt as well. DNB VI, pp.362-64.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM48737
Published by London, 1932
x,303,pp. plus plates. Frontis. Quarto. Gilt publisher's cloth, t.e.g. Some scattered foxing, spine sunned. Very good. Presentation inscription from the author.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9031
Published by Dublin, 1787
160pp. [of 167, lacking the entire appendix, but with the entire main text]. Dbd. Ex-lib. with stamps, some scattered foxing, titlepage stained. Good. Attributed to Joseph Richardson, this essay investigates aspects of the commercial treaty signed between France and Great Britain at Versailles in 1786. Richardson, a lawyer and journalist, is expert in his use of commercial statistics. OCLC locates only six copies of this scarce Dublin edition, which was also printed in London the same year. OCLC 24395761. London edition: GOLDSMITHS 13419. KRESS B1330, B1331.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9161
Published by Washington, 1849
12pp. Dbd. Leaves beginning to separate at spine. Author's presentation inscription on titlepage. Light tanning and foxing. About very good. Remarks given in Congress by Mississippi Senator Henry S. Foote in favor of suspending diplomatic relations with the Austrian Empire in early 1849, after that monarchy's suppression of the 1848 Revolution there. This copy with Foote's slightly later gift inscription on the titlepage. Only five copies located by OCLC.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM53339
Published by New York, 1859
291pp. plus advertisements. Original cloth. Cloth spotted, chipped at head and toe of spine. Internally very good and clean. Contemporary presentation inscription from the author to his sister. Field travelled through Europe from June to September 1858. Most of the narrative consists of letters written during his trip. SMITH TRAVELLERS F20.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6499
Published by Washington, 1905
215pp. Folio. Uncut, bound in later buckram. Fine.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4122
Published by Boston, 1799
240pp. including a six-page list of books for sale by J. Nancrede, the publisher. Frontis. Later paper boards, printed paper label (worn). Spine chipped, front board neatly detached. Foxing, offsetting on titlepage from frontispiece. Else very good. Second American edition, published the same year as the first. The author examines the effects of the French Revolution on the Swiss people. EVANS 35766.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM13062
Published by Boston, 1844
64pp. printed in double-column format. Original printed wrappers. Some marginal darkening to wraps. Some scattered dust soiling. Very small discreet library stamp on upper right corner of front wrapper. Small nick to lower margin of back wrapper. Else a very good copy. Derby, a well-known Masachusetts financier, travelled by railroad a great deal, and describes many of the attractions in each of the countries visited.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM25784
Published by Printed for J. Owen, London, 1796
,88pp. Dbd. Very good. Discusses the probable outcomes of the war with revolutionary France, with special attention to central and northern Europe and to holdings in the East and West Indies. GOLDSMITHS 16877.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM35271
Published by New York, 1921
1p. Quarto. Old folds, else fine. Letter sent by the European Relief Council to Mr. Ashley T. Cole, soliciting a donation on behalf of "the suffering children of Central and Eastern Europe." Herbert Hoover was the chairman of the Council, and the letter is signed with his name, though not in his hand. The letter notes that $100 will provide for ten children, and $1,000 will provide for one hundred children.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM43521
Published by London, 1795
68pp. Dbd. Some soiling, else very good. Auckland, a close associate and friend of William Pitt, presents his views on the French Revolution and war, supposedly incorporating the ideals of Pitt as well. DNB VI, pp.362-64.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM7217
Published by Richard Phillips, London, 1806
76pp. Modern half cloth and marbled boards, t.e.g. Very good, untrimmed. A continuation of Fischer's narrative of his journey to Montpellier. He arrived in Lyon in November 1803, then spent some time in Marseilles and Toulon, finally arriving in Hyeres in January 1804. Appended are the "Quarantine Regulations at Marseilles" during the plague epidemic. Translated from the German.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6531
Published by Yale University Press, New Haven, 1991
671pp. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white. Thick quarto. Cloth. Very fine. In dust jacket and slipcase. A sumptuous production of the National Gallery of Art, illustrating a far-reaching exhibition of European, Asian, and American art dating from the age of exploration.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM21235
Published by Philadelphia, 1874
312pp. plus advertisements, printed in double- column format. Original cloth. Cloth bit spotted, but very good. "This is a model of the nineteenth century American traveler's account of his European trip. The author's crisp journalistic style makes it of better-than-average readability" - Smith. The author visited Germany, Austria, Hungary, France, Italy, Switzerland, England, Scotland and Ireland during the period from May to November 1873. SMITH TRAVELLERS F67.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM12454
Published by Geneva, 1780
,-144,pp. plus a 4pp. Supplement laid in. Gathered signatures, stitched. Fine. Untrimmed. With original printed advertising band. The July 15, 1780 issue of the French political periodical, JOURNAL HISTORIQUE ET POLITIQUE. This issue contains political news from Turkey, Russia, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Spain, Great Britain, and France. The section from London includes news of Admiral Rodney's activities in the West Indies. The laid-in supplement includes a letter from Admiral Rodney in Barbados and a summary of the Siege of Charleston under the command of generals Clinton and Cornwallis, listing prisoners taken in the decisive British victory.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM53421
Published by J.W. Bouton, New York, 1884
45pp. Original cloth, gilt. Cloth lightly stained. Front inner hinge partially cracked. Early institutional bookplate. Internally clean. A very good copy. "This essay, as will doubtless be noticed, is rather intended to aggregate certain historical facts, drawn mainly from contemporary records, than to use the same to philosophize for the purposes of theory. I have narrowed its scope so as to take the Eleventh century as a central point of divergence and examination" - Preface. HITCHCOCK 463.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM35766
Published by John Bleecker, New York, 1808
104pp. Printed self-wrappers, stitched. Upper outer margins of three rear leaves eaten away, not affecting text. Outer leaves lightly soiled, scattered foxing in text. Early ink signatures on front and rear leaves. Good, untrimmed. Reprinted from the London edition. This work saw wide circulation in England and America. Of crucial import to the examination of the events and conditions which led to the War of 1812. SABIN 3384.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM35156
Published by London, 1730
36pp. Early 20th-century half morocco and boards. Some foxing. Very good. Discusses the events of the wars of 1727-30, including those parts which took place in North America. ".Relates to events which gave rise to the Treaty of Seville, between Great Britain, Spain and France." - Sabin. SABIN 80700.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4114
Published by Richard Phillips, London, 1806
88pp. plus index. Modern half cloth and marbled boards. Very good, untrimmed. Translated from the original work written for the Philotechnic Society of Paris, of which the author was a diplomatic agent. Includes descriptions of Holland as well.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6522