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The Picturesque Tourist: Being A Guide through the State of New York and Upper and Lower Canada, including A Hudson River Guide; giving an Accurate Description of Cities and Villages, celebrated Place of Escort, etc.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: New York. Published by J. Disturnell. 1858., 16mo, 15,5cm, ix,(-11),298,p., illustrated ads., with 15 plates and maps (inc. 1 folding and engraved vignette title), original blind decorated cloth, gilt spine and upper cover titles and decorations, minor damp staining but a very good sound copy, rare (tgc) Except for the preliminaries perhaps the staining is not obtrusive. Originally published in 1844 the editor was O.L. Holley. This appeared to be an revised and expanded editon, (with 15 plates rather than 10). The preface is signed by J.D. and does not mention Holley. Sabin 62693 (under title). Not in T.P.L. or Waterston; cf. T.P.L. 7745 for 1844 edition and cf. Sabin 32538 & Lande s1079 for Holley, 1844 edition.
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[FRANQUET, Louis] (1697-1768).
Le Voyage de Franquet aux les Iles Royale et Saint-Jean. Offprinted.
[Quebec. Achives. 1923-24]., tall8vo. 27cm, . Pp111-161. With 9 map facsimile plates, in black stiff card wraps, gilt title on the upper cover, very good cf.T.P.L. 229.
$52.50 Book Number: 13642 Order / Enquire
The Tahtar Tribes. Revised by D.P. Kidder.
New York. Carlton & Phillips. 1852., 16mo. 14.5cm, 183p., frontis view and 3 engraved text illustrations, original blind elaborately decorated brown pebbled cloth, gilt spine title & decoration, very good to fine copy (tds). - John Kitto (1804-1854), English biblical scholar, worked as a missionary for the Church Missionary Society in the Middle East and was later involved in the preparation of publications of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. The American edition has been revised by Daniel P. Kidder - ". this picture of the Tahtar tribes is brought to the fire-side of American readers . to compare the condition of the Eastern nomades with that of the aboriginal Indian tribes of our own country." With an interesting inscription: "Presented to John McDonald for his diligence while attending the Presbyterian School in Collingwood. Rev. Robt Rodgers Jan. 1866".
$70.00 Book Number: 17549 Order / Enquire
[LEACOCK]. by Elizabeth Kimball
The Man in the Panama Hat. Reminiscences of My Uncle, Stephen Leacock.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto. M&S., 1970. 22cm, 174p. illustrations, fine in very good jacket
$7.00 Book Number: 271 Order / Enquire
[LONDON. Tourist Map]
Extended Tape Indicator Map of London and Visitors Guide.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. C. Smith & Son., 1902. 12mo. 17.5cm, 71p street index, with large linen-backed colour folding map, 63x 92cm (25"x 26"), with folding tape indicating distances (on a circular stud), bound in the original brown cloth, extra black and gilt decorated with large bloack gilt titles on the upper cover and gilt titles along the spine, a unusual map, a fine copy (ho1)
$105.00 Book Number: 5634 Order / Enquire
Voyage en Moscovie d'un Ambassadeur, Conseiller de la Chambre Impriale, Envoy par L'Empereur Lopold au Czar Alexis Mihalowics, Grand Duc de Moscovie.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Leyden. Chez Friderik Harring, 1688., 16mo, 15.2cm, first French edition, 381p., woodcuts title page device and headers, in contemporary full calf, real raised bands, gilt decoration in the panels, leather label gilt, marbled endpapers and speckled edges, wanting both free flies, worn, very good sound copy. (cgc) By Mayer, Augsutin, Baron von Meyerberg, (1612-1688). First French Translation originally published in Latin in 1668. The author, a German diplomat, was sent as an envoy by the Emperor Leopold I to the Court of Czar Alexei Michaelovitch in 1661 to re-establish peace between Poland and Russia. Mayerberg, together with his colleague Calvucci and seventeen attendants, experienced great difficulty in obtaining entry into the country. Once there, they were prevented from all external communication, finally being allowed to return to Vienna in March of 1663. His account of experiences contains much useful information on seventeenth century Russian manners and customs.
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The Quarterly Review. Vol. XXXIII. Published in December, 1825, & March, 1826.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Boston , (Lincolnshire). Wells and Lilly. 1826., 22.2cm, 608p., (6)p.ads, index, three-quarter crimson roan, marbled boards, gilt title & bands, foxing throughout, covers & spine worn, front hinge broken but holding, good to very good, internally sound. (Ds5.7). - Volume 38 includes numbers 65 and 66. The magazine was started in 1809. Articles include "Memoirs of Samuel Pepys" (1659-1669), "Wanderings in South America, the North-West of the United States, and the Antilles, in the Years 1812, 1816,1820, and 1824" (Waterton), "Observations of the Importance of the North American Colonies to Great Britain, by an old Inhabitant of British America" (Haliburton), "The State of Ireland" (1825), "Recent Discoveries in Africa, made in the Years 1823 and 1824" (Denham, Clapperton, Oudney), and "The Mission to Siam, and Hue, the Capital of Cochin-China, in the Years 1821,2" (Finlayson).
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[SCHOOLING, Sir William]
The Governor and Company of Adventurers of England Trading into Hudson's Bay during Two Hundred and Fifty Years, 1670-1920.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. Hudson's Bay House. 1920., 4to. 28cm, xvi,129p. with 64 plates and illustrations (some in colour) and maps (one folding), In presentation type binding, in full tan brown suede, black morocco label, gilt titles, company crest stamped in gilt on the upper cover, upper hinge split, bottom board damp stained, some wear at the spine edges, good to very good, (about typical condition for suede binding from this period), Signed Binding: "Oxford Binders", as rare and the regular edition is common (s6)
$150.00 Book Number: 25831 Order / Enquire
[ULSTER - Travel Guide].
Ulster For Your Holidays. (Cover title).
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Ulster. The Official Publication of the Ulster Tourist Development Association Ltd. Belfast, [c.1934?] 12mo. 18.5cm, Ulster Tourist Development Association. 2-283,(5)p., extensively illustrated, maps, blue and black lettered grey paper wraps with a colour reproduction of a painting "Corner of Ballyholme Bay, Bangor, Co. Down" laid down on the upper cover, fine
$31.50 Book Number: 4499 Order / Enquire