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The Two Miss Flemings, Anonymous "Author of Rare Pale Margaret"
1 Anonymous "Author of Rare Pale Margaret" The Two Miss Flemings
New York Harper & Brothers 1879 Disbound Good Book < 
The Franklin Square Library, No 75, September 12 1879. Issued in magazine format, printed in three columns. Unbound. Signature on first page, paper lightly browned, good. This is a light item for which postage will be reduced. 
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Rare Pale Margaret, Anonymous [author of the Two Miss Flemings]
2 Anonymous [author of the Two Miss Flemings] Rare Pale Margaret
New York Harper & Brothers Disbound Good Book < 
The Franklin Square Library, No 27. Issued in magazine format, printed in three columns. Unbound. Signature on first page, paper lightly browned, small repair to edge of first leaf, good. This is a light item for which postage will be reduced. 
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The Household Narrative of Current Events (for the Year 1850) Being a Monthly Supplement to Household Words Conducted by Charles Dickens, Dickens, Charles etc
3 Dickens, Charles etc The Household Narrative of Current Events (for the Year 1850) Being a Monthly Supplement to Household Words Conducted by Charles Dickens
London Household Words office 1850 1st Edition Hardcover Good Book 
Late C19th beaded purple binder's cloth. Sunned to brown on spines and board edges, small loss of cloth on spine ends, light foxing, good. The first year of the first supplement to Household Words (the Narrative ran from 1850 to 1855). The Narrative is as sort of digested newspaper, looking at events at home and abroad under titles such as "Parliament and Politics", "Law and Crime", "Accidents and Disasters". 
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Chapman's Magazine of Fiction, Volume I (1), May - August 1895, Various Authors
4 Various Authors Chapman's Magazine of Fiction, Volume I (1), May - August 1895
London Chapman & Hall 1895 1st Edition Hardcover Fair Book 
Contains: In a Hollow of the Hills by Bret HARTE. Start of serialisation. A Hard Woman. A Story in Scenes by Violet HUNT. Start of serialisation. Short stories include: A Good Curtain by F. C. PHILIPS, A Noiseless Burglar by James PAYN, Bad Matches by Anthony HOPE, Confessions of a Cruel Mistress by C. E. RAIMOND, Experiences of Inspector Battle: The Murder at Jex Farm by George Ira BRETT, For the Cause by Stanley J. WEYMAN, His Brother's Keeper by George GISSING, Past Redemption by Ian MACLAREN, The Demon Conger by Eden PHILLPOTTS, The Magic Cigar by E. W. HORNUNG, The Rousing of Eve Garland by Richard PRYCE, Under a Cloud by S. R. CROCKETT, Young Lochinvar by Flora Annie STEEL. Original navy blue cloth, decorated and lettered in pale blue, green and gilt; yellow endpapers. Rear board dulled (light dampstaining), inner joint papers lightly cracking, bookplate on front pastedown, fair/good. The first volume of a short-lived journal (1895 - 1898). Heavy: may require additional postage outside UK. 
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London Society, Volume III (3), January - June 1863, Various Authors
5 Various Authors London Society, Volume III (3), January - June 1863
London London Society 1863 First Edition Hardcover Good Book 
Contains: The Tenant of the Chintz Chamber (anonymous). Complete short novel. Various other short stories, mostly anonymous or merely signed with initials. Plates and textual illustrations by well-known artists. Paper of plates has browned. Late C19th binding in tan leather over marbled boards; raised bands, black leather title labels on spine; brown endpapers. Light wear to leatherwork, labels chipped on spine, light foxing, good+. Heavy: may require additional postage outside UK. 
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Magazine for the Young, 1868, Various Authors
6 Various Authors Magazine for the Young, 1868
London John & Charles Mozley 1868 1st Edition Hardcover Fair Book 
Contains several short serials (some whole, some in part), all anonymous: Elsie's Brothers, Philippe D'Entragues, Nelly Dale, The Little Brown Baby, I Was A Stranger, The Three Marguerites, What Friends Are Meant For, The Examination Pic-nic, The Snowman. Mid C19th purple leather over red marbled boards. Spine sunned and heavily worn head/foot, leather rubbed on corners: but contents clean and tight: fair only. 
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Once a Week, New Series, Volume IV; July 1869 - January 1870, Various Authors
7 Various Authors Once a Week, New Series, Volume IV; July 1869 - January 1870
London Thomas Cooper 1870 First Edition Hardcover Fair Book 
Contains: Waiting to Win--A Story of Fairlawn Grange by the Author of A Sister's Secret; complete serialisation. So Runs the World by the Author of Gardenhurst; conclusion of serialisation. The Riddle of Ivy Green by the Author of Sir Guy de Guy; illustrated by Phiz; complete serialisation. Caught by a Thread (anonymous): illustrated by Phiz; start of serialisation. Various anonymous short stories. Mid C19th tan leather over blue-and-red marbled board; raised bands and black leather title label on spine; brown endpapers. Area of paper rubbed away on front board, otherwise a good copy. A note on the Contents page states that, although the volume runs from August to January, the July issue is to be included. The pagination of the volume is impossibly eccentric: although all issues are present and in the correct order (Nos 79 - 109] the page numbering runs thus: pp 529 - 572; pp 1 - 66; pp 1 - 132; pp 153 - 176; pp 133 - 154; pp 178 - 590. Heavy: may require additional postage outside UK. 
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St George's Magazine for Boys and Girls. January - December 1914, Various Authors
8 Various Authors St George's Magazine for Boys and Girls. January - December 1914
London Horace Marshall & Son 1914 First Edition Hardcover Good Book 
12 issues bound together in purple binder's cloth: front wrapper of January issue bound in at start of books. Cloth sunned, damp stain on bottom corner of rear board, otherwise good. A miscellaneous magazine which ran from 1906 to 1915, containing stories, articles on the Navy, Scouting etc. 
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Sunday Stories. Nos 402-427, January - June 1904, Various Authors
9 Various Authors Sunday Stories. Nos 402-427, January - June 1904
London Amalgamated Press 1904 First Edition Hardcover Good Book [ 
26 weekly issues bound together (mostly with original wrappers) in maroon leather over red cloth. Splash mark on front board, scuffed head/foot of spine, good. Each issue of Sunday Stories -- like its stable-mate Horners Weekly -- presents a mildly titillating melodramatic or romantic novelette; but with the twist that each is based (loosely) on a Bible text, so as to make it fit for Sunday reading. Novelettes include such example as A Mysterious Household by Mrs HORNE-VAISEY (Text: "I have been stranger in a strange land, Exodus II, 22) and A Time of Remembrance A Charming Complete Easter Story by Mabel MOLTON (Text: Call to remembrance the former days, Hebrews X, 32). Each issue also contains part of a serial etc. The run here contains two serials: the concluding half of A Lonely Maid by Florence HODGKINSON, An Innocent Sinner by Alice Maud MEADOWS (First half). Heavy: may require additional postage. 
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The Penny Magazine Volumes 21 & 22 [approx October 1903 - March 1904], Various Authors
10 Various Authors The Penny Magazine Volumes 21 & 22 [approx October 1903 - March 1904]
London Cassell & Co. 1904 1st Edition Hardcover Good Book [ 
Contains: A Veiled Hand by E. Bagot Harte. Chapters XXXI - conclusion. The Mystery of Iris Grey An Emotional Drama of To-day by Annie O. Tibbits. Chapters I - XXIV (start of serialisation). Short stiories by writers including Tighe Hopkins, Annie O. Tibbits, Alice Maud Meadows, H. A. Vachell, G. B. Burgin, Huan Mee, F. E. M. Notley, L. J. Beeston, Edwin Pugh, Winifred Graham etc. Over 1100 pages. Mid C20th blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine. Cheap paper lightly browned on page edges, otherwise a clean, tight copy, good+. Heavy: may require additional postage. 
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Weekly Tale Teller, No 188, December 7, 1912, Various Authors including
11 Various Authors including Weekly Tale Teller, No 188, December 7, 1912
London Harry Shurry 1912 First Edition Paper Wrappers Good Book 
A weekly magazine of short stories, aimed largely at male readers; "The Best Sport -- Reading This Magazine". Contains: Captain Jenkinson's Plan by Frank SHAW, Christopher Quarles -- Crime Investigator. 4 -- Old Mrs Jardine by Percy James BREBNER, When William Went Shooting by F. Morton HOWARD, The River's Edge by Mary SCHULTZE, The Theft of the Holy Flag by Frederick BATEMAN, A Five-Pound Note by G. Roydon DUFF. The Final Round by S. H. REASON. Original illustrated paper wrappers. Rear wrapper chipped and torn, paper lightly browned. A good example of a scarce, ephemeral item. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume XXI (21), January - June 1870, Various Authors:  Charles Reade, I. A. Shand, Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Frances Eleanor Trollope etc
12 Various Authors: Charles Reade, I. A. Shand, Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Frances Eleanor Trollope etc The Cornhill Magazine, Volume XXI (21), January - June 1870
London Smith, Elder & Co. 1870 1st Edition Hardcover Good Book 
Contains: Put Yourself in His Place by Charles Reade (continuation of serialisation). Against Time by I. A. Shand (continuation of serialisation). Short stories include: Two Ladies-Two Hours by Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Prince Moleskine's Conspiracy by E. C. Grenville-Murray. Essays include: Shamrockiana by Charles Lever (from series of occasional essays). Puritansim and the Church of England by Matthew Arnold, A Pupil of the Hotel Rambouillet by Frances Eleanor Trollope. Original blindstamped purple cloth, lettered in gilt. Spine sunned, small rectangular label removed from front free endpaper, signature (1870), otherwise good. Heavy: may require additional postage outside UK. 
Price: 14.00 GBP
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume XXI (21), January - June 1870, Various Authors:  Charles Reade, I. A. Shand, Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Frances Eleanor Trollope etc
13 Various Authors: Charles Reade, I. A. Shand, Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Frances Eleanor Trollope etc The Cornhill Magazine, Volume XXI (21), January - June 1870
London Smith, Elder & Co. 1870 1st Edition Hardcover Good Book 
Contains: Put Yourself in His Place by Charles Reade (continuation of serialisation). Against Time by I. A. Shand (continuation of serialisation). Short stories include: Two Ladies-Two Hours by Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Prince Moleskine's Conspiracy by E. C. Grenville-Murray. Essays include: Shamrockiana by Charles Lever (from series of occasional essays). Puritansim and the Church of England by Matthew Arnold, A Pupil of the Hotel Rambouillet by Frances Eleanor Trollope. C19th tan leather over marbled boards; raised bands and leather title labels on spine, green endpapers. Light rubbing. spine ends worn, good. Heavy: may require additional postage outside UK. 
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The Strand Magazine, Volume XXX (30), July - December 1905, Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, E. Nesbit, P. G. Wodehouse, H. G. Wells, Richard Marsh etc
14 Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, E. Nesbit, P. G. Wodehouse, H. G. Wells, Richard Marsh etc The Strand Magazine, Volume XXX (30), July - December 1905
London George Newnes 1905 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Book [ 
Contains: The Amulet by E. Nesbit. Part of serialisation. Lafayette by Max Pemberton. Part of serialisation. Sir Nigel by A. Conan Doyle. Start of serialisation. Short stories include: The Adventure of the Snowing Globe by F. Anstey. The Boatswain's Mate, The Constable's Move, Four Pigeons, Her Uncle, by W. W. Jacobs, The Bride Comes Home by Mrs Baillie Reynolds, The Empire of the Ants by H. G. Wells, Expert Interference by W. Pett Ridge, A Gigantic Fraud by Florence Warden, Her Fourth & A Modest Half-Crownby Richard Marsh, The Lost Bowlers A Cricket Story & The Wire-Pullers A Cricket Story by P. G. Wodehouse, The Man in the Chest by Katharine Tynan, Rhymer the Second by Arthur Morrison. Early C20th green binder's cloth. A few light marks, very good. Heavy: may require additional postage. 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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The Strand Magazine, Volume XXXI (3I), January - June 1906, Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, E. Nesbit, P. G. Wodehouse, H. G. Wells, Richard Marsh etc
15 Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, E. Nesbit, P. G. Wodehouse, H. G. Wells, Richard Marsh etc The Strand Magazine, Volume XXXI (3I), January - June 1906
London George Newnes 1906 1st Edition Hardcover Good Book [ 
Contains: The Amulet by E. Nesbit. Conclusion of serialisation. Puck of Pook's Hill by Rudyard KIPLING. Start of serialisation. Sir Nigel by A. Conan Doyle.Continuation of ongoing of serialisation. Short stories include: Angels' Visits, The Changeling, A Distant Relative, His Lordship & A Love Knot by W. W. JACOBS, The Cost of Kindness by Jerome K. JEROME, A Pair of Rogues by Florence WARDEN, Petticoat Influence by P. G. WODEHOUSE, That Hansom by Richard MARSH. Original illustrated blue cloth on bevelled boards, lettered in black and gilt on spine. A little damp-marked. discoloured on leading edges of boards, otherwise a good copy. Heavy: may require additional postage. 
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The Strand Magazine, Volume XII (12), July - December 1896, Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, L. T. Meade, Grant Allen etc
16 Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, L. T. Meade, Grant Allen etc The Strand Magazine, Volume XII (12), July - December 1896
london George Newnes 1896 Hardcover Fair Book 
Contains: Rodney Stone by A. Conan Doyle. continuation of serialisation. Adventures of a Man of Science by L. T. Meade & Clifford Halifax. First six episodes. An African Millionaire by Grant Allen. Episodes 2 - 7. Short stories, articles etc by Cutcliffe Hyne, Robert Barr, William le Queux etc. Blue beaded binder's cloth. generally sunned on spine and board edges, cloth chipped on both spine ends. Contents tight, with a little light foxing. Binding is only in fair condition. A heavy volume which will require additional postage outside the UK. 
Price: 9.00 GBP
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The Strand Magazine, Volume XIV (14), July - December 1897, Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, Mary Angela Dickens, Grant Allen Etc
17 Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, Mary Angela Dickens, Grant Allen Etc The Strand Magazine, Volume XIV (14), July - December 1897
London George Newnes 1897 First Edition Hardcover Good Book 
Contains: The Tragedy of the Korosco by A. Conan DOYLE Chapter IV to conclusion. Short stories include: The Strange Experience of Alkali Dick by Bret HARTE, The Catch of the Season & For the Good of the County by Mary Angela DICKENS, Her Only Chance by G. M. ROBINS, Ivan's Grave by Dorothea GERARD, The Thames Valley Catastrophe by Grant ALLEN, Silenced by L. T. MEADE & Robert EUSTACE. Articles include The Compleat Novelist by James PAYN. Early C20th rebinding in grey cloth, lettered in gilt on spine. A few light marks, light foxing, good++. Heavy: may require additional postage outside UK. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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The Strand Magazine, Volume XIV (14), July - December 1897, Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, Mary Angela Dickens, L. T. Meade, Grant Allen
18 Various Authors: A. Conan Doyle, Mary Angela Dickens, L. T. Meade, Grant Allen The Strand Magazine, Volume XIV (14), July - December 1897
London George Newnes 1897 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Book [ 
Contains: The Tragedy of the Korosko by A. Conan Doyle. Part of serialisation. Short stories include: The Catch of the Season & For the Good of the Country by Mary Angela Dickens, His Only Chance by G. M. Robins, Ivan's Grave by Dorothea Gerard, Silenced by L. T. Meade & Robert Eustace, The Thames Valley Catastrophe by Grant Allen. Early C20th grey cloth. A few light marks, very good. Heavy: may require additional postage. 
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The Cornhill Magazine, [2nd/"New"] New Series, Volumes 16 - 21, January 1904 - December 1906, Various Authors: A. E. W. Mason, Margaret L Woods, Stanley J. Weyman, Q, Andrew Lang, Thomas Hardy, A, Conan Doyle
19 Various Authors: A. E. W. Mason, Margaret L Woods, Stanley J. Weyman, Q, Andrew Lang, Thomas Hardy, A, Conan Doyle The Cornhill Magazine, [2nd/"New"] New Series, Volumes 16 - 21, January 1904 - December 1906
London Smith, Elder & Co 1904 First Edition Hardcover Good Book = 
Contains: The Truants by A. E. MASON. Complete serialisation. Rose of the World by Agnes & Egerton CASTLE. Complete serialisation. The King's Revoke by Margaret L WOODS. Complete serialisation. Sir John Constantine by A. T. Quiller COUCH [Q]. Complete serialisation. Chippinge by Stanley J. WEYMAN. Complete serialisation. Historical Mysteries by Andrew LANG. Series of articles. Short stories include: Kan and Kawan by Laurence HOUSMAN, The Powder Blue Baron by Mrs Alfred SIDGWICK, Trodd's Corner by H. A. VACHELL, The Weird Woman by Emma BROOKE, A False Start by Jane BARLOW, The Second Mate by Perceval GIBBON, The Old Woman of Wessel by S. BARING-GOULD, A Were-Wolf Story by Horace HUTCHINSON, Fifteen Drops & The King and the Anarchist by W. E. NORRIS, The Lass of Windward Farm & On Windy Hill by Halliwell SUTCLIFFE, For Better For Worse by Martin ROSS. Articles include Nathaniel Hawthorne by Mrs Humphrey WARD, An Incursion into Diplomacy by A Conan DOYLE, Memories of Church Restoration by Thomas HARDY. Six volumes uniformly bound in deep purple leather over marbled boards; raised bands and gilt decorations on spines. Volumes 16 - 21, have small chips and wear to head of spines, little light foxing: otherwise generally clean, tight: a good set. A very heavy set (6 heavy volumes) which will require substantial additional postage. Very competitive rates by courier to most destinations available. Please contact me for quotation on delivery before placing order: shipping costs will be added by agreement. 
Price: 40.00 GBP
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Pearson's Magazine, Volume XIII (13), January - June 1902, Various Authors: A. Sarath Kumar Ghosh, Cutcliffe Hyne, L. T. Meade, Rudyard Kipling etc
20 Various Authors: A. Sarath Kumar Ghosh, Cutcliffe Hyne, L. T. Meade, Rudyard Kipling etc Pearson's Magazine, Volume XIII (13), January - June 1902
London C. Arthur Pearson 1902 1st Edition Hardcover Good Book [ 
Contains: Indian Nights' Entertainment by A Sarath Kumar GHOSH. 6 short stories. Illustrated. More Adventures of Captain Kettle by C. J. Cutcliffe HYNE. 4 short stories. Illustrated. Other short stories include: St Crustaceon by Arthur W. MARCHMONT, The King's Visit by Robert BARR, The Dead Hand by L. T. MEADE & Robert EUSTACE, The Squeal-Pig Hunt by Fred WHISHAW, How the Leopard Got His Spots by Rudyard KIPLING. Articles include: Sidelights on Convict Life by George GRIFFITH; also 6 humorous stories/articles on various sports by B. Fletcher ROBINSON. Early C20th rebinding in brown leather and beige cloth; raised bands and black leather tile label on spine; brown marbled endpapers. Cloth on boards lightly marked, leatherwork lightly rubbed on corners, otherwise very good. A heavy volume which will require additional postage. 
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