Cantabrigiae: Metcalf et Sociorum, 1848. 8vo, pp. , xv, , 110, , 50; original tan wrappers; very good. Catalogue for the academic year, with curricula, lists of students and faculty, unified list of alumni 1642 to date, doctoral candidates in law and medicine, laureates, etc., plus an extensive index.
Kosoreffski, Alaska: Indian Boys' Press, Holy Cross Mission, 1897. 16mo (approx. 5" x 4"); pp. , 39; bound with: Tinneh Indian Catechism of Christian doctrine, Kosorekkski, Alaska, 1897; crudely bound in orig. limp floral cloth, in a clamshell box, a few erudite manuscript corrections and emendations in the catechism, likely...
London: Lackington, Allen, and Co., 1808. 8vo, pp. , 284; 4 engraved plates showing a total of 74 heads; early 20th century half red morocco by Wood, gilt-lettered direct on gilt-decorated spine, t.e.g.; front joint slightly rubbed, else about fine. First published in 1807 as The caitiff of Corsica, or The universal banditto.
New York: John W. Amerman, 1855. First edition, 8vo, pp. 106; lacking the folding map; ex-John Crerar Library with bookplate stamped "Withdrawn" mounted to front pastedown, brick red library buckram lettered and numbered in gilt on spine, preserving the original pink printed front wrapper with perforated library stamp; a very...
New Haven: S. Babcock, ca. 1840s. Juvenile chapbook, 4¼ inches, pp. 16; engraved title page vignette, illustrations throughout; original blue pictorial wrappers, lacking bottom half of front wrapper, small tear on back wrapper affecting decorative border around publisher's advertisements; a few shallow tears to title page not affecting text.
Taipei: Institute of Chinese Culture, 1960-1962. 10 volumes, large 8vo, each volume with fifty black and white plates, captions in Chinese and English on versos, covering different eras in Chinese history from prehistory to the Ching dynasty; multicolor pictorial paper-covered boards with maroon cloth spines, string-bound with orange ribbon.