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DORA LEE or, The visit to Montpelier, A Lady of "Louise Home" Washington ; [Lucy Burwell Page Saunders]
1 A Lady of "Louise Home" Washington ; [Lucy Burwell Page Saunders] DORA LEE or, The visit to Montpelier
Baltimore Charles Harvey & Co. 1872 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 16mo 6" - 7" tall 
83 pages; Former owner's name in pencil on ffep; tiny bookseller's label on fep - "J. & W.J. Entwisle Booksellers / 102 King Street / Alexandria" Clean and secure in original brown cloth binding with a blindstamped decorative border to both boards, gilt lettering at spine (rubbed). OCLC: 10945268 A very scarce juvenile book by a lady of the Old South; the story recollects life in Williamsburg in the very early 19th century during the Madison presidency. Dora, the little girl of the title receives a beautiful doll from her mother's friend Dolly Madison and there follows a visit to the Madison home Montpelier. The author Lucy Burwell Page Saunders (1808-1885) was the youngest daughter of Virginia Governor John Page and the poet, Margaret Lowther Page (1759-1835). Governor Page was a good friend of Thomas Jefferson from their college days and was also friends with the Madisons. The story is likely inspired by the Page family's visits to Montpelier. Lucy B. Page was married to Robert Saunders of Williamsburg, Virginia, a Professor of Mathematics at the College of William and Mary from 1833 until 1847 when he was appointed President of the College. During the Civil War the Saunders retreated from their Williamsburg mansion which was then occupied and plundered by McClellan's forces. Robert Saunders died in 1868. After her husband's death, Mrs. Saunders moved to Washington, D.C. where she resided in the Louise Home for Women, established by W.W. Corcoran for ladies who have seen better days. She was also the author of Leonora and the Ghost: A True Christmas Tale for Youth (OCLC: 20609293), published 4 years after this work. 
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Seven Wives and Seven Prisons; or, Experiences in the Life of a Matrimonial Monomaniac. A True Story, Written By Himself, Abbott, L. A
2 Abbott, L. A Seven Wives and Seven Prisons; or, Experiences in the Life of a Matrimonial Monomaniac. A True Story, Written By Himself
New York L. A. Abbott 1870 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
x, 11-205 pages; Clean and tight in original brown cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine (rubbed away), cloth chipped at spine ends. Frontispiece titled "My First and Worst Wife," three additional plates titled: "Attempt to Elope with Sarah Scheimer," "Kidnapping my Own Son," and "Striking Off a Deadman's Shackles." Evidently a fictionalized autobiography of an adventurous polygamist. 
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Hand-Book of SOCIAL ECONOMY or The WORKER'S A B C, About, Edmond
3 About, Edmond Hand-Book of SOCIAL ECONOMY or The WORKER'S A B C
New York Appleton 1873 First American Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
Worn at head & tail of spine, former owner's name, otherwise Very Good in original brown cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine. Written by a French novelist and journalist with progressive leanings. ; 
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Manual with Rules and Orders for the Use of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island, 1885-86, Addeman, Joshua M
4 Addeman, Joshua M Manual with Rules and Orders for the Use of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island, 1885-86
Providence E. L. Freeman 1885 First Edition Hardcover Very Good- 8vo 
xvi, 298 pages; Lacks ffep, otherwise clean and tight in original green cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine and front cover. Colour folding map of Rhode Island in good condition with 2" closed split at one fold. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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Manual with Rules and Orders for the Use of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island, 1893-94, Addeman, Joshua M
5 Addeman, Joshua M Manual with Rules and Orders for the Use of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island, 1893-94
Providence E. L. Freeman 1893 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
xvi, 322 pages; Clean and tight in original green cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine and front cover. Colour folding map of Rhode Island in good condition with 2" closed tear at left edge. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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Les Fables d'Esope, mises en François Avec des quatrains a la morale. Nouvelle edition dédié a la jeunesse.  Prix 75 sous., Aesop
6 Aesop Les Fables d'Esope, mises en François Avec des quatrains a la morale. Nouvelle edition dédié a la jeunesse. Prix 75 sous.
A Philadelphie none listed 1823 First Edition Thus Hardcover Good 12mo 
[4], iv, 112 pages; Contemporary, probably original binding: calf-backed marbled paper-covered boards. Significant wear to the binding, sewing compromised, considerable foxing throughout -- but a complete copy of this rare American edition of an Aesop's fables, in French quatrains. Title page states: "Nouvelle edition dédié a la jeunesse." There is a dedication (in verse quatrains) to youth, page [3], signed with initials at the bottom -- "F. M." ["A LA JEUNESSE"] The French text appears to the version of Jean-Baptiste Morvan de Bellegarde. The statement of a price in "sous" on the title page is odd, but one noted library holding a copy of this rare edition helps confirm that this "Philadelphie" stated in the imprint is the city in Pennsylvania; the American Antiquarian Society copy states in their catalogue entry: "Place: United States; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia." There are three OCLC numbers, but only six locations are scattered across the three accession numbers: Columbia, Dickinson College, Virginia Tech, Georgetown University, Millersville Univ., and AAS. See OCLC numbers: 1398897, 21709607, and 198424372. Who was F. M.? And, did the un-named Philadelphia printer or bookseller responsible for this charming book for young students of French accept 75 U.S. cents, rather than French "sous" for a copy? Given that 1 sous = 5 centimes and 1 livre, or franc = 20 sous, this 1823 price would not really make sense at 3 francs 15 sous, which would have been the price of a very expensive and luxurious volume, indeed. Keep in mind that Victor Hugo's 1830 'Les Misérables' informs us that "une flûte de pain" = 1 sou. Was this book really priced at an equivilent cost to 75 (wide) baguettes of bread? Perhaps our modern price is a bit low... 
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Volgarizzamento delle Favole di Esopo   testo Riccardiano inedito, citato dagli Accademici della Crusca, Aesop  [edited by Luigi Rigoli]
7 Aesop [edited by Luigi Rigoli] Volgarizzamento delle Favole di Esopo testo Riccardiano inedito, citato dagli Accademici della Crusca
Firenze [Florence, Italy] Stamperia del giglio, a spese di A. Garine 1818 First Edition Thus Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
118, [2] pages; Contemporary cream colored boards, two small labels with collection numbers on spine and front cover -- (the faint spine label matches the number on the booklabel of Leo S. Olschki [ Ex libris Leonis S. Olschki bibliopolae Veneti Established heading] -- longtime booksellers in Florence, etc. Two small inscriptions dated 1843 on the enpapers. A well preserved uncut copy, impressed as an octavo with generous margins, possibly on large paper -- (the copy in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, similarly sized, has an ink note suggesting that this issue can be designated thus). This is a significant edition of a vernacular version of the Aesop fables from the 14th century - edited by Luigi Rigoli (1763-1832). Handsomely printed, with a fine woodcut printer's device on title page (and repeated on the verso of the final leaf). A useful list of words and phrases new to Italian in this historic translation, using the registry of the Accademici della Crusca -- ["Tavola delle voci dell'Esopo piu notabili, e nuovi modi di dire non registrati nel Vocabolario"] pp. 110-114. A few stray spots of foxing, but generally a clean and pleasing copy. 
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A HISTORY OF THE RENCOUNTER AT DRUMCLOG AND BATTLE  AT BOTHWELL BRIDGE IN THE MONTH OF JUNE 1679 with folding engraved frontispiece, Aiton, William
8 Aiton, William A HISTORY OF THE RENCOUNTER AT DRUMCLOG AND BATTLE AT BOTHWELL BRIDGE IN THE MONTH OF JUNE 1679 with folding engraved frontispiece
Hamilton W. D. Borthwick and Co. 1821 First Edition Hardcover Good 8vo 8" - 9" tall 
131 pages; With an account of what is correct, and What is Fictitious in the Tales of my Landlord, respecting these engagements, and Reflections on Politcal Subjects . OCLC: 6386611 The Battle of Drumclog is celebrated by some in Scotland as a victory for religious freedom over the oppressive policies of the contemporary government. Folding frontispiece plate and text block clean and tightly stitched, front board detached, backstrip and ffep lacking. Excellent candidate for rebacking. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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Lucifers Königreich und Seelengejaidt Herausgegeben von Rochus Freiherrn von Liliencron, Albertinus, Aegidius
9 Albertinus, Aegidius Lucifers Königreich und Seelengejaidt Herausgegeben von Rochus Freiherrn von Liliencron
Berlin and Stuttgart W. Spemann 1885 Hardcover Very Good+ 8vo 
xxi & 379 pages; Publisher's pebbled brown cloth backed marbled paper-covered boards. A standard modern edition, with a facsimile of the title page of a 1616 edition. Published as a part of the majestic Deutsche National-Litteratur. Historisch kritische Ausgabe (26. Band). A very handsome and sound copy, with two small private names of an early owner stamped (half title and foot of the title page) - no other marks. Clean and unworn, but there is slight toning to the edges of the paper. Undated, but circa 1895 (OCLC 219245265). German text - In deutscher Sprache . Printed in Fraktur - Frakturdruck.; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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THE LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS, Alfriend, Frank H.
10 Alfriend, Frank H. THE LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS
Cincinnati Caxton Publishing House 1868 First Edition Hardcover Good 8vo 8" - 9" tall 
xvii, [13]-645 pages; Contents unmarked and secure in original brown cloth binding, scattered foxing, cloth chipped at spine ends and edges and repaired tear at center of spine. Frontispiece portrait of Jefferson Davis with toned tissue guard. OCLC: 1919679 An imperfect, but complete first edition of this fascinating biography of Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America. The author Frank Heath Alfriend (1841-1887) was an author, newspaper reporter, and teacher. Alfriend became the editor of The Southern Messenger in 1864. He varied the format somewhat and contributed a significant amount of writing to it during the following months, including much on the War. At the time of his death in 1887, he was assistant librarian for the US Senate. Alfriend is primarily remembered as a friend and and sympathetic biographer of Jefferson Davis. In a letter from Davis to Alfriend, he expresses his gratitude for the author's efforts to present an accurate record of his life and for pleading his case with the public. 
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11 Allston, Washington; Jared B. Flagg (editor) THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WASHINGTON ALLSTON With Reproductions from Allston's Pictures
New York Charles Scribner's Sons 1892 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall 
435 pages; An attractive example in the handsome buckram binding. Former owner's name on ffep, otherwise clean and tight in original tan buckram binding with gilt lettering at spine and a gilt silohuette on front cover; cloth worn at head of spine. Washington Allston (1779 – 1843) was an American painter and poet, born in Waccamaw Parish, South Carolina. Allston was a pioneer of the American Romantic movement in landscape painting. He was well known for his dramatic subject matter and bold use of light and colour. After graduating from Harvard College in 1800, Allston moved to Charleston, South Carolina for awhile. In 1801 he sailed to England where he was admitted to the Royal Academy in London. After the death of his wife, Allston returned to the United States in 1818 and lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for the next twenty-five years. The owner of this book was Horace Bushnell Learned (1904-1987). 
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12 American, An INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN EGYPT, ARABIA PETRAEA, AND THE HOLY LAND - Volume 2 only
New York Harper & Brothers 1838 Hardcover Very Good 12mo 7" - 7½" tall 
Eighth Edition, with additions. Former owner's name on ffep, scattered foxing, cloth chipped at spine ends and corners, slight lean, otherwise unmarked and tight in original pink/brown cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine. Ten full page black and white plates. 
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ABERDEEN FIFTY YEARS AGO being A Series of Twenty-One Engravings of Buildings In and that were about Aberdeen, Anonymous
13 Anonymous ABERDEEN FIFTY YEARS AGO being A Series of Twenty-One Engravings of Buildings In and that were about Aberdeen
Aberdeen Lewis Smith 1868 First Edition Thus Hardcover Very Good 8vo 8" - 9" tall 
129 pages; along with Wood Engravings of Some of the Wells, etc. Brown cloth over pictorial boards showing the Gateway to the Old Trades Hall (repeating the engraved titlepage inside). All engraved plates and maps present, lightly age toned. Boards lightly soiled, rubbed and bumped at edges. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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AYER'S AMERICAN ALMANAC  for the use of Farmers, Planters, Mechanics, Mariners, and all Families - 1866, Anonymous
14 Anonymous AYER'S AMERICAN ALMANAC for the use of Farmers, Planters, Mechanics, Mariners, and all Families - 1866
Lowell, MA Dr. J. C. Ayer & Company 1866 First Edition Paperback Very Good- 8vo 
Former owner's name at top of front wrapper, corners of wrappers creased with marginal chipping, string loop run through upper left corner, general light dust soiling. Starts off with an astrological chart and cures (Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, etc) for various ailments, then presents the month by with astronomical information and various interesting and humorous anecdotes and notes on historic anniversaries. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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AYER'S AMERICAN ALMANAC 1880, Anonymous
15 Anonymous AYER'S AMERICAN ALMANAC 1880
Lowell, MA Dr. J. C. Ayer & Company 1880 First Edition Paperback Very Good- 8vo 
40 pages; In original pictorial wrappers. Bottom interior corner of "October" clipped, otherwise Very Good. Starts off with an astrological chart and cures (Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, etc) for various ailments, then presents the month by with astronomical information and various interesting and humorous anecdotes and notes on historic anniversaries. OCLC: 823514973; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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EL CID, Anonymous
16 Anonymous EL CID
Barcelona Imprenta de Antonio Bergnes y Compañia 1842 First Edition Thus Hardcover Very Good- 8vo 
237 & [3, Indice] pages; Mid-nineteenth century dark red quarter leather over red pebbled cloth covers, pattern-printed endpapers (lacks the front free endpaper). Some rubbing and wear to the leather spine, covers a bit soiled and with wear to the corners. Scattered foxing to the leaves, probably the usual situation with the scarce surviving copies of this interesting edition. This copy is complete; the dedication leaf is bound before the title page, and the prefatory leaf "Los Editores" is bound following the first leaf of text. [A simple binder's error: the volume is printed on large octavo half sheets throughout, so, for the two pairs of double-size leaves constituting the first gathering, one should have been tucked inside the other, and instead wrapped around the other bifolium]. There is a statement about the text edition on the "Los Editores" leaf: "está estractada de la Colección de los más célebres romances antiguos españoles, publicada por C. B. Depping, y considerablemente enmendada por un Español refujiado en Inglaterra, en la reimpresión que de ella se hizo en Londres en el año 1825." This refers to the group of early Spanish texts published from the scholarship of Georges-Bernard Depping [as 'Colección de los mas célebres romances antiguos españoles...' London: Vicente Salvá..., 1825]. The lead publisher, Vicente Salvá y Pérez, was the "español refugiado en Inglaterra" who revised the text. But the textual history, however interesting, is not the main point of interest of this Barcelona edition. Rather, the distinction of this 1842 Barcelona production derives largely throughwood-engraved illustrations throughout by Spanish artists: (Gaspar, Torner, Gabriel, and Martínez). The 96 superb graphic initial letters are at least as interesting; some are figural, but others are almost abstract in design. This edition is now quite scarce. There are three locations divided between two OCLC numbers [OCLC Number: 937655576 -- Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec; and OCLC Number: 253081661 -- copies in Berlin and Hamburg]. COPAC shows three copies in British Institutions: [Exeter University; St. Andrews University; and British Library]. There are several faint pencil signatures on the verso of the title page "Miss Frances Hood" -- which raise the interesting possibility that this copy belonged to the daughter of the poet and humorist Thomas Hood [1799-1845]. Frances Hood, later became known under her married name as a writer of books for children [Frances Freeling Broderip - 1830-1878]. Several of her books were illustrated by her brother, Tom Hood. The two siblings edited a two-volume "Memorials of Thomas Hood," and in 1869 selected and published the "Early Poems and Sketches" of her father. These works show that both Frances and Tom Hood were fascinated by illustrated books their father owned -- (alas, Thomas Hood owned little but his books when he died as a near-invalid at age 45). 
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17 Anonymous EXCITING STORIES OF LONDON SOCIETY [A collection of stories and illustrations from "London Society - An Illustrated Magazine of Light and Amusing Literature for Hours of Relaxation"
New York Hurd and Houghton 1869 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
570 pages; An anthology of the best works from the nineteenth century periodical London Society. Clean and tight in original brick red cloth binding with faded gilt lettering at spine. Binding worn at corners and spine ends. "London Society - An Illustrated Magazine of Light and Amusing Literature for Hours of Relaxation" was a Victorian era illustrated monthly periodical published between 1862 and 1898. No listing for this volume found in OCLC. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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FATHER KEMP'S OLD FOLKS CONCERT TUNES, Anonymous
18 Anonymous FATHER KEMP'S OLD FOLKS CONCERT TUNES
Boston Oliver Ditson & Co. 1874 Blue Wrappers Very Good- Oblong 8vo 
A collection of the most favorite tunes of Billings, Swan, Holden, and others; to which is added a variety of anthems and choruses, and divers patriotic and other songs of the greatest and best composers. Kemp was a major figure in 19th century American popular music. He first organized singing gatherings based on the revival of neglected old-time songs, these eventually grew into a national phenomenon, making Kemp and his Old Folks a household word. Blue pictorial wrappers chipped at spine. OCLC: 4446682; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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HISTORY OF BATTLE-FLAG DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1879, Anonymous
19 Anonymous HISTORY OF BATTLE-FLAG DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1879
Hartford Lockwood & Merritt 1879 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
290 pages; Original owner's name on ffep (John Tweedy) and two pages noting James Brattle Burbank (first as Major in the Official Order of the Day for the Parade and later as General with the Twentieth Infantry). Otherwise the text is clean and tight in original royal blue cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine and gilt decoration (image of tattered U.S. and Connecticut flags) on front cover. Some wear at spine and corners, still a nice example of this scarce book. John Tweedy was the son-in-law of Brigadier General James Brattle Burbank, U.S.A., who was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1838 and died at Walter Reed Hospital in 1928, a veteran of both the Civil War and the Spanish-American War. During the American Civil War, Burbank began his military service as First Lieutenant in the 20th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry in November 1862 and was promoted to Brevet Major by March 1863 for his gallant conduct in the battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia. He then resigned from the Volunteers and enlisted in the U.S. Army serving in the 3rd U. S. Artillery for the remainder of the War. In the 1880s and 1890s he was an officer with the 5th U.S. Artillery and later the Artillery Corps. The tattered flags that had flown over Connecticut's troops during the Civil War were preserved by the State originally in the Arsenal in 1865 and then transferred to special display cases in the Capitol on September 17, 1879 - Battle Flag Day. This book describes the history of the first Battle Flag Day in Connecticut with details of those that participated in and attended the ceremonies -- the finance committee, the gathering of the surviving veterans within their regimental organizations. There is a description of the decorations for the ceremonies from the Hartford Daily Times, a description of the preserved battle flags themselves, the history of the military actions that took place under those flags, the stories of the regiments and their men. The volume finishes with comments from the press, commemorative poetry and sermons and a description of Antietam and the role of Connecticut's troops in that battle. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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La Mère l'Oie. Poésies, énigmes, chansons et rondes enfantines Illustrations et Vignettes par L. Richter et F. Pocci, Anonymous
20 Anonymous La Mère l'Oie. Poésies, énigmes, chansons et rondes enfantines Illustrations et Vignettes par L. Richter et F. Pocci
New York; Boston Henry Holt; F.W. Christern; Schoenhof 1873 Hardcover Very Good- 8vo 
80 pages; Publisher's grey paper-covered boards, with brown cloth spine -- title and illustration on front cover, ads for French books from Henry Holt on the rear cover. Rubbing to the edges of the covers, wear to the spine, particularly at the hinges and edges, and a few very short tears without loss to a couple of text leaves. Neat Christmas inscription in ink on the front free-endpaper dated 1889. This charming American edition of the Mother Goose tales is entirely in French, with b/w wood-engraved illustrations by Ludwig Richter [1803-1884] and Franz, Graf von Pocci [1807-1876]. It appears that there were at least three issues, which can be chronologically arranged by differences in the names of the publication firms. We suggest, tentatively, the following order: 1. New York: Leypold & Holt, S. R. Urbino [see the copy Hutchins Library - Special Collections, Berea College, Kentucky] 2. New York : Holt & Williams, F.W. Chistern ; Boston : S.R. Urbino [see the copy in The Mary Faulk Markiewicz Collection of Children's Books; Rhees Rare Books accession no.: RB-12383 -- University of Rochester; also the Cotsen Childrens Library at Princeton]; and 3. New York: Henry Holt and Company : F.W. Christern ; Boston : Schoenhof. (Such as the copy offered here). By 1870, Frederick Leypold pulled back from his partnership with Henry Holt (more or less to head "Publisher's Weekly"). Between about 1864 and 1870, the Boston firm of S. R. Urbino - a specialist in foreign literature, was gradually acquired by De Vries, Ibarra & Co. After the death of G.H. De Vries in 1870, the firm then was acquired by Carl Schoenhof, one of the firm's employees. Henry James was a fan of Schoenhof & Moeller's Boston establishment, describing it in 1878 as "a vastly better shop than any of the kind in London." Our best guess is that this copy dates from some time between 1873-1880. There are four pages of "Airs" in musical notation on pp. 77-80. The ads on the rear cover of the binding are "Works for the Study of French" from Henry Holt & Co. 
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