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Verlag: Oxford University Press
Zustand: Fair. . Acceptable dust jacket. London: Oxford University Press, 1937. Sm 8vo. 144pp. Illustrated. Acceptable condition. Acceptable dust jacket. Dampstained with a bowed front board. Jacket also dampstained with some chipping.
Verlag: G. Bell & Sons
Zustand: Fair. Acceptable condition. (juvenile, fiction, pioneer) A readable, intact copy that may have noticeable tears and wear to the spine. All pages of text are present, but they may include extensive notes and highlighting or be heavily stained. Includes reading copy only books.
Verlag: The John C. Winston Company
Zustand: Good. Good condition. No Dust Jacket (Adventure, Juvenile Literature).
Verlag: Roberts Brothers
Zustand: Good. Good condition. (Juvenile literature, Juvenile Fiction, Conduct of life) A copy that has been read but remains intact. May contain markings such as bookplates, stamps, limited notes and highlighting, or a few light stains.
Verlag: TREDITION CLASSICS, 2012
Taschenbuch. Zustand: Neu. Druck auf Anfrage Neuware -This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion. 60 pp. Englisch.
Verlag: TREDITION CLASSICS, 2012
Taschenbuch. Zustand: Neu. Druck auf Anfrage Neuware -This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion. 108 pp. Englisch.
Verlag: TREDITION CLASSICS, 2011
Taschenbuch. Zustand: Neu. Druck auf Anfrage Neuware -This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion. 96 pp. Englisch.
Verlag: Forgotten Books, 2018
Zustand: Sehr gut. 240 Seiten Gepflegter, sauberer Zustand. 25896453/2 Taschenbuch, Größe: 15.2 x 1.3 x 22.9 cm.
Verlag: Palala Press, 2016
Zustand: Sehr gut. 330 Seiten Gepflegter, sauberer Zustand. 29098426/2 Gebundene Ausgabe, Größe: 15.6 x 1.9 x 23.4 cm.
Verlag: Blurb, 2019
Zustand: Sehr gut. 120 Seiten Gepflegter, sauberer Zustand. 32550235/2 Gebundene Ausgabe, Größe: 15.2 x 0.8 x 22.9 cm.
Verlag: S.P.C.K. / E. & J.B. Young & Co , London / New York, 1892
original decorated cloth binding, gr-8°, 184 pages 2 plates in color and many drawings, a sound copy Date of publication suggested by NUC pre-1956 imprints. an 750 Buch.
London, George Bell and Sons, 1891, in-8, cartone editoriale figurato al piatto anteriore, pp. 122, (2). Testo su 2 colonne. Con 5 tavole in b.n fuori testo. Dorso rinforzato con fascetta. Blande tracce d'uso alla coperta, minime mancanze (reintegrate) al margine della carta bianca iniziale e della tavola in antiporta, strappetto restaurato a p. 66.
Verlag: London : Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Zustand: Fair. Acceptable condition. (Literature, fiction, Drama) A readable, intact copy that may have noticeable tears and wear to the spine. All pages of text are present, but they may include extensive notes and highlighting or be heavily stained. Includes reading copy only books. Bundled media such as CDs, DVDs, floppy disks or access codes may not be included.
Verlag: SPCK - Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1890
reprint. Cloth VG. x47+88+82+72+52+96pp, frontis to each work including one in colour, b/w illustrations, some yellowing to the text, binding a little rubbed. Each work is bound without the original covers & half titles. A collection of popular works by the children's author, Juliana Horatia Ewing [ 1841 - 1885 ] which includes a critical assessment & celebration of her work by her sister, Horatia Gatty. 800 grams.
Verlag: Stuttgart : Verl. Freies Geistesleben,, 1996
Ill.Opd.  S. : zahlr. Ill. ; 27 cm Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 324.
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Verlag: Alpha Editions, 2021
Zustand: Sehr gut. 356 Seiten 37153737/1 Gewicht in Gramm: 480 Taschenbuch, Größe: 15.2 x 2 x 22.9 cm.
Verlag: George Bell and Sons, London, 1889
8vo, 122 pp., contemporary decorative boards. Backstrip partly loose. Printed in two columns. With 6 full page illustrations by George Cruikshank.
Verlag: 1 February ; Ecclesfield, 1880
Manuskript / Papierantiquität
4pp, 12mo. Bifolium. In good condition, lightly aged, with the conclusion and signature ('Juliana Horatia Ewing. | (Not an elegant signature!)') of the letter cross-written at the head of the first page. Drawing of a 'round chess board', with explanation, on second page. An excellent intimate letter, to a family member or friend whose name is not clearly written (Marion? Marnie?). She begins by acknowledging her 'very delightful' letter, and expressing pleasure at 'the prospect of our "play" in town'. The recipient can certainly be 'fitted in later on', and Ewing is 'more hopeful than certain of being fit to move for weeks yet', but she asks her to 'wait for me!' She has been lent a photograph of 'Auntie', but she wants one 'for the Game. I am a little puzzled about the Queer Ones. Do you mean that charming Tug of War one?' She continues on the subject, insisting that there be one of 'dear Redcap'. She explains that 'the Game is like a round chess board if you ever saw one', with illustration and further explanation. 'I do not suppose, dear, you will like it any the worse, because (to save myself the trouble) I am using an old board that I think my mother did years ago & never filled up for us!' Turning to another topic she writes: 'I wondered if the Capt. Gill were year one. How charming about R's speech!' She thanks her for 'sending me a sermon off & on! - If I strive with fate as yet, still, if I am not able to go, then it will comfort me very much that you thought I could not.' She gets 'nearly distraught with longing' to get all her 'household gods unpacked somewhere [.] The loss of my books is an inconvenience. I am always wanting this & that!' She asks her to ask 'Kitty' if she has 'kept anywhere her notes of the colouring of the picture of "Home" (an old ruined house & deer &c) which she made for me, from last Academy but one'. She turns to her 'valuable autographs', regarding which she feels 'a perfect brute'. 'Like the Duchess in Alice in Wonderland - "I make you a present of all I have said already" - Don't you think this letter would do for your friend? It has no secrets, & I have found rather an [easy going at?] pen (& in this age of scamping they often splutter!) - and I really cannot think of anything to write out - An awful confession for a scribbler by trade!' She ends with love to all, '& a kiss to that rascal who says Nein!'.
Verlag: . Rugby: Printed by J. H. Pepperday 24 High Street, 1893
12mo: unpaginated. Pamphlet of eight leaves, on good laid paper, stitched with lilac ribbon. A total of 14 pp, with the body of the text on 12 pp, plus title on front cover and woodcut vignette ('S. JULIANI') on back. Creased and with light staining to front cover, otherwise fair. Eight poems, preceded by a quotation from 'We and the World', and followed by three pages of notes, containing background information about the writing of the poems. Scarce: issued with a programme (not present) for 'Entertainment to be given in New Big School' at Rugby. Only copies on COPAC at the British Library and Cambridge. From a small archive of Mrs Ewing's brother Sir Stephen Herbert Gatty (1849-1922), Chief Justice of Gibraltar, 1895 to 1905.
Verlag: Ecclesfield Sheffield; 22 March year not stated
Four pages, 12mo. Mourning border. Aged and spotted, with remains of three mounts adhering to one edge. She is enclosing a note from 'Miss Yonge', and 'one from Miss Roberts [Margaret Roberts] who wrote "Madlle Mori", "In the Olden Time", "The Atelier du Lys" &c. She refers to Miss Yonges mother in her note'. She is also sending a note 'from Mr. Dodgson too. Who is "Lewis Caroll'. (Alice in Wonderland) - & one from Isa Craig - now Mrs. Knox. She got a prize against all England & Scotland for her poem on Burns I think.' She is having 'a very happy time so far', and finds it 'really refreshing to be amongst our quaint & shrewd Yorkshire people - after the Somerset ones'. Suspects she may not 'understand the latter yet probably - & the workhouse doesn't hold the best specimen!' Refers to a Taunton will of 1572, adding, 'I was glad to come across the fire wh. Mr. Wakefield had taught me to understand!'.
Verlag: Without place and date. Gibraltar, 1901
Black and white photograph, 11 x 15 cm, laid down on piece of white paper 12 x 16.5 cm, itself laid down on a piece of grey card, 200 x 255 cm. In fair condition, slightly discoloured and with one tiny chip to the right-hand edge; in lightly-aged mount with wear to corners. The card carries the printed caption: 'Proclamation of H. M. King Edward VII. | GIBRALTAR, 25TH JANUARY, 1901.' A large crowd looks up at a large official party on the stone balcony of the Governor's House, Gibraltar, which is decked with a large Union Flag. Gatty can clearly be seen reading the proclamation in his judge's attire, On the reverse, in the handwriting of Gatty's father the Rev. Alfred Gatty: 'Chief Justice Stephen Herbert Gatty read the proclamation.' From the Gatty papers.
Verlag: Ecclesfield Yorkshire. 23 May, 1894
3pp., 12mo. 62 lines of text. On bifolium. Good, on lightly-aged paper; neatly written in a close hand. An affectionate letter, addressed to 'Dearest Stephen'. He begins: 'It seems a long while since I heard anything of or from you - the last news was in a letter from Alice [Stephen's wife], which Horatia [Stephen's sister] allowed me to see.' He complains jokingly that his son 'cannot be in a more trying climate than ours is this May - for it is as cold as Xmas, and the bitter cold of a settled N. E. wind.' He complains that he is 'almost a prisoner in the house - rheumatic & infirm', but he has 'now got two Curates at the Priory, which eases my shoulder of a great burden - for they are diligent, & one a fine preacher - thoroughly histrionic, which makes the matter very effective'. The two are 'higher steppers than I care for, but I can "hold the fort", as Moody sang. He considers that the 'coal under [Stephen's brother] Reginald's glebe, which Lord T. is purchasing, but with long delay', will 'make Hooton R[oberts]. a capital Living'. Another of Stephen's brothers, Charles Tindal Gatty (b.1851) is 'paid secretary £250 to Mr Ellis M.P. head whipper in for the Government - I dont suppose this will last long, as the Premier is far too trifling for his heavy job, but Chas has more strings to his bow'. Yet another brother, Alfred, 'is bringing out a Child's Play, under the patronage of a long string of noble Ladies, for some charity, and I touch even higher game, as the good old Queen has accepted a copy of the fifth Edition of my "Key to in memoriam". Lord Ed. Clinton on her staff presented it, & she returned thanks to me thro' Sir H Ponsonby.' The school run by Stephen's sister Horatia and her husband 'thrives beyond the limits of their accommodation'. They are happily relieved of a pupil who was a sleep walker, and kept them in constant fear of his encountering some terrible accident'. After further news he concludes with an expression of relief that 'the changes coming over the country, through the two parties who are competing for power, are reserved for the end of my life. I am as fond of the old ways as was Charles Lamb.'.