Clinton Hall, NY: Redfield, 1852. First edition, 8vo, pp. 172, , plus -page publisher's catalogue; publisher's device on title-page; original brown cloth with covers stamped in blind, and spine stamped and lettered in gilt; the spine and small adjacent areas of covers faded, the extremities a bit worn with spine...
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Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, . First edition, 8vo, pp. xix, , 156; illustrated throughout; fine in original pictorial wrappers.
Padova, Italy: Unipress, . First edition, 8vo, pp. , vii, , 420; portrait frontispiece, generaloly fine in original white printed wrappers. Quaderni del Dipartimento di linguistica, Studi no. 4.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1953. First edition, 12mo, pp. viii, 62, ; very good in original dark blue cloth lettered in gilt on spine and a chipped and creased glassine jacket.
Lake Mills, IA: Graphic Publishing Co., Inc, 1964. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 357; illustrated throughout; very good, ex-Univ. of Rochester copy, in original blue cloth, gilt lettering on upper cover and spine.
London: The Scholartis Press, 1929. Edition limited to 960 copies, 8vo, pp. 308, ; orange cloth; edges and endpapers spotted, textblock cocked but sound, very good in a very good dust jacket with one small tear and a smudge on the front panel.
London: printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1789. First edition, 4to, pp. , 327, ; folding map and 6 plates (1 folding); contemporary half quarter tan calf over marbled boards, neatly rebacked and recased, maroon morocco label on gilt-paneled spine; the spine a little sunned, else very good...
London: Eric Partridge Ltd., 1935. First edition, 8vo, pp. 347, ; portrait frontispiece and 7 plates; original gray cloth; spine sunned, edges and half title spotted, very good. Inscribed by Davies on upper pastedown. Biographical sketches of 31 famous Welsh women.
[London]: Constable Young Books Ltd. [and] Longmans Canada, Ltd., . First edition, 8vo, pp. , 96; 19 illustrations; very good copy in the dust jacket.
London: William Pickering, 1847. First edition, small 8vo, pp. xviii, 265-; engraved frontispiece portrait, title-page with Pickering device, title-page and text throughout within ruled borders; a very good copy in 3/4 black morocco and marbled paper-covered boards by Riviere, elaborately gilt spine with raised bands, minor wear to extremities, offsetting...
London: William Pickering, 1847. First edition, small 8vo, pp. xviii, 265-; engraved frontispiece portrait, title-page with Pickering device, title-page and text throughout within ruled borders; somewhat later full polished black calf gilt, some wear to extremities, spine ends chipped, joints rubbed and beginning to crack, overall very good and firm...
London: Robert Hale Ltd., . First edition, 8vo, pp. 288; 42 photographic illustrations on rectos and versos of 15 plates; a fine copy in a very good dust jacket. An account of a woman doctor's 18 months in the Muslim society.
Chicago: W. Irving Way, 1897. First trade edition, 12mo, pp. , 10-59, ; green cloth with gilt titles; very good with some minor edgewear and rubbing. BAL 5779.
London: printed for T. Cadell, 1788. 8vo, pp. , vi, 360; contemporary sprinkled calf, red and black morocco labels, gilt-paneled spine; top of spine chipped, front joint starting, but still reasonably sound; good copy. Sarah Fielding, sister of Henry Fielding, first published this translation in Bath, 1762.
Buffalo: Mount Mercy Academy, 1942. First edition, small 8vo, pp. xviii, , 132; 14 plates (3 printed in color); very good copy in original blue cloth, gilt lettering on spine and upper cover.
Philadelphia & London: W. B. Saunders Co., 1953. First edition, small 8vo, pp. xiv, 400; 68 illustrations; very good, sound copy in original green cloth, red-blocked labels lettered in gilt. Extensive bibliography and comprehensive index.
[New York]: published privately by the Alumnae Association of the Roosevelt Hospital School of Nursing, 1946. First edition, 8vo, pp. viii, 216; numerous photographic illustrations throughout, a number from the two World Wars; original green cloth striped in yellow, printed paper label on upper cover; very good and sound.
Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs, . First American edition (originally published Toronto, 1907, as Comrades Two), 8vo, pp. 319; title-page printed in blue and yellow with leaf motif, photographic frontispiece and 3 photographic plates (all in color); light wear to extremities else near fine in the rarely seen dust jacket printed...
Council Bluffs: Yellow Barn Press, 1986. Edition limited to 200 copies (this, no. 120), 12mo, pp. , 15, ; frontispiece wood engraving by John DePol, 2 line engravings after Eric Gill's original blocks; unbound sheets, complete with the DePol endpapers; fine. According to Gill, men should be more flamboyant and...
Philadelphia & London: W. B. Saunders Co., 1938. Sixth edition, reset; 8vo, pp. , 489; 153 illustrations in the text, mostly from photographs; very good, sound copy in original green cloth, gilt lettering on spine. With a comprehensive index.
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1990. First edition, review copy with publisher's slip laid in; 8vo, pp. xxii, , 302, ; errata slip laid in; fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1855. First edition, 12mo, pp. 261; engraved frontispiece, wood engravings in the text; one signature extended, else a near fine copy in original brown cloth, pictorial gilt-lettered spine. The 13-page introduction describes Miss Greenwood's voyage to England. The rest of the book is devoted to the...
Port Townsend: Graywolf Press, 1981. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 61 ; blue paper wrappers, near fine.
St. Louis: C. V. Mosby Co., 1965. 8vo, pp. 503; illustrated with drawings throughout; very good copy in original yellow cloth blocked in red. Ex St. Mary's Hospital, with their rubberstamps.
Minneapolis: privately printed [by the hand of Fred Phelps], 1937. 8vo, pp. , 31, ; 6 illustrations; very good in original black cloth-backed paper-covered boards. Fond memories of Minneapolis by a woman who saw the city grow from 5,000 to 500,000 inhabitants over the course of her lifetime.