CATALOGUE 95, Section Four: IOTA - KIPLING

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93 IOTA [ie Kathleen CAFFYN]: A Yellow Aster (1894)
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94 IRVING, Washington: The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon Esq. (1819)
New Edition in Two Volumes: John Murray & Thomas Tegg, 1838. Frontispiece in each volume. Two volumes in original blindstamped red cloth, lettered in gilt on spines; yellow endpapers. Corners rubbed, signatures (1845) on front free endpapers, light foxing, very good. £30.00
Contains Irving's two best-known stories: Rip Van Winkle & The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. One of the first American works of fiction to become widely read in Europe.

 

95 JAMES, G[eorge] P[ayne] R[ainsford]: My Aunt Pontypool (1835)
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96 JAMES, G[eorge] P[ayne] R[ainsford]: Heidelberg (1846)
Copyright Edition: Tauchnitz, c1890. Late C19th black leather over marbled boards; raised bands and red leather title label on spine; pale brown endpapers. Light scuffing, light foxing, faint tanning to page edges, very good. £25.00
Todd [108Ad]. Fourth issue of the first setting. Series half-title bound in. Dated 1846 but actually from c1890.

 

97 JAMES, Henry: Roderick Hudson (1875)
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98 JAMES, Henry: The Europeans (1878)
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99 JAMES, Henry: Washington Square (1880)
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100 JAMES, Henry: The Portrait of a Lady (1881)
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101 JAMES, Henry: Daisy Miller. Four Meetings. Longstaff's Marriage. Benvolio (1883)
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102 JAMES, Henry: The Siege of London. Madame de Mauves (1883)
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103 JAMES, Henry: The Madonna of the Future: A Bundle of Letters: The Diary of a Man of Fifty: Eugene Pickering (1883)
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104 JAMES, Henry: An International Episode. The Pension Beaurepas. The Point of View (1883)
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105 JOLLY, Emily: Caste (1857)
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106 KENNARD, Mrs Edward [ie Mary KENNARD]: The Girl in the Brown Habit. A Sporting Novel (1886)
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First One-Volume Edition]: F. V. White & Co., 1887. Original green cloth, illustrated and lettered in black on front board; in gilt on spine; patterned endpapers. Lightly scuffed, some browning on endpapers, armorial bookplate on front pastedown, good £25.00

 

107 THE KEEPSAKE for 1846
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108 THE KEEPSAKE for 1848
Edited by the Countess of Blessington
Short stories include: The Lawyer Who Cost His Client Nothing by Sir Edward Bulwer LYTTON, A Tale That was Told to Me by Miss TOULMIN, Forgiveness by Dinah MULOCK, The Crevice in the Tower by Charles HOWARD, Red Rose Villa by Grace AGUILAR, The Blind Man and His Child by Elizabeth YOUATT, Six Days in the Life of a Lady-Killer by Mrs ABDY, Scandal by the Countess of BLESSINGTON, A Romance of Ronda by Mrs ROMER, The Little Hop-Picker's Dream by Mrs S. C. HALL, Regnier's Revenge by Albert SMITH, Louise de Montemar by Isabella MUNRO.
First Edition: David Bogue, [1848]. Twelve engraved plates. Original scarlet cloth, elaborately decorated and lettered in gilt; yellow endpapers; all edges gilt. Minimal scuffing, foxing on plates, bookplate of front pastedown, otherwise very clean and bright: very good. £35.00

 

109 THE KEEPSAKE for 1849
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110 THE KEEPSAKE for 1850
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111 THE KEEPSAKE for 1851
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112 THE KEEPSAKE for 1852
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113 THE KEEPSAKE for 1853
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114 THE KEEPSAKE for 1854
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115 THE KEEPSAKE for 1855
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116 THE KEEPSAKE for 1856
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117 KENNEDY, Bart: Slavery: Pictures from the Depths (1905)
First Edition: Anthony Treherne, 1905. Original navy blue cloth, lettered in gilt. Light rubbing, signature on title page, otherwise very good. £35.00
Sketches and tales of the toiling proletariat. Radical working-class writing.

 

118 KINGSLEY, Charles: Alton Locke, Tailor And Poet. An Autobiography (1850)
Cheap Edition: Chapman & Hall, 1856. Mid C19th black leather over black cloth; raised bands and red leather title label on spine; brown endpapers. Lightly scuffed, inner joint papers lightly cracked (but joints tight), a little foxing, otherwise very good. £25.00
With a new "Preface to the Cheap Edition Addressed to the Working Men of Great Britain". Kingsley's first, and most radical, novel.

 

119 KIPLING, Rudyard: Plain Tales from the Hills (1888)
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