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IV April only, in original wrapper. More information about this seller Contact this seller Light edge wear. II March only, in original wrapper. Published by London: Chapman and Hall, About this Item: London: Chapman and Hall, , London: Chapman and Hall, First edition, the fourth of eight pamplets Tarr A Original printed wrappers, spine panel perished, else Very Good. Seller Inventory ec12afbdc8bca6d Published by Orion Publishing Co, London Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Published by chapman and hall london About this Item: chapman and hall london , Published as Vol.
Boards Very Smart. Some Pages Remain Uncut. Published by Chapman and Hall, London From: Blackrock Rare Books Co. Dublin, Ireland. About this Item: Chapman and Hall, London, First edition in book form. A very good copy in contemporary cloth, rebacked.
Thomas Carlyle LATTER DAY PAMPHLETS Democracy PRISONS The Stump Orator | eBay
No markings or inscriptions. Dust Jacket Condition: Unknown. Good 8vo. Paginated By Chapter. A collection of essays on various aspects of mid-nineteenth century England, published month by month throughout and here collected into one volume. Pamphlet 2 is on Model Prisons, NO. Cloth binding worn at spine and top headcap--front cover hinge just beginning to separate, but binding strong and intact. Detailed description available by e-mail on request. Digital photo upon request. Published by Boston: Bela Marsh and Redding, Printed wraps. Very Good. Toning, rear cover missing with several last pages dogeared.
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Latter-day Pamphlets attributed to Thomas Carlyle. Condition: Very Good-. Original cloth, stamped in blind. Gilt lettering to the spine. The first cloth bound edition of these eight essays. There is some fraying at the spine ends. Splitting along the upper and lower spine edges. Corners with minor bumps. Hinges are very tight but are just starting. Early bookseller's embossed stamp to the front free endpaper. Published by Boston: Phillips, Sampson, About this Item: Boston: Phillips, Sampson, , Boston: Phillips, Sampson, First American editions of the first three of eight pamphlets, same year as the first edition Tarr, A All in original printed wrappers.
Carlyle described the publication of these as ". Fine copies of all three. Seller Inventory e7a3dac1eb1e3f Published by Dana Estes and Charles E. Lauriat, Boston Lauriat, Boston, Boston: Dana Estes and Charles E. Lauriat, Edition De Luxe. Limited to copies, this is Parchment Linen Paper. Very Good in green cloth with original paper label on spine; ends of spine rubbed with slight fray. Small quarto, thick. Published by Boston. Phillips, Sampson, and Company.
About this Item: Boston. Printed stone colored paper wraps. First American Edition. One of a series of eight pamphlets by Carlyle, written when he was 55 yrs. Originally published separately, the group were then collected in a single volume, with separate pagination of each pamphlet. The American Issue was in the same year as the English Issue. Publisher's ads on verso of rear cover. Owner's signature on front cover: "J.
In considering Carlyle as a moral force, it is relevent to contemplate that Carlyle " saw human life and earthly happenings against a vast background of mystic spiritualism, of eternities and immensities; he was an individualist, to whom the development of the race depends on great personal virtues, on heroic abnegation and self-sacrificing activity.
Minor staining of front cover. Separation for 1" along rear hinge at head and tail of spine. Else, Very Good. Dyer, p. First edition in book form, first state Tarr, A Nineteenth century black half morocco, gilt lettered and ruled, and black cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt.
These eight essays were first issued separately as pamphlets in paper wrappers. Tarr suggests that this first state of printing 3 contains sheets from the first printing. The lightest rubbing to some edges, a Fine copy. Seller Inventory 3a40f0defe08c8dd5e29d5e.
Very good in a full leather rebinding that includes the original calf backstrip, and marbled endpapers and page edges. Light marginal pencil marks sporadically throughout the book. A tight, square copy with some wear but overall very presentable. From: Booked Up, Inc. Archer City, TX, U. About this Item: Hardcover.
Three-quarter bound leather and paper boards. Boards and extremities heavily bumped and rubbed. Endpapers stained and discolored. Author's name penciled in on title page. Previous owner's name and date in ink on page 1. No 1 - March Originally published as 8 separate pamphlets in stone colored wrappers, the present volume is the first edition in book form, bound from the origin al pamphlets without wrappers. Bound in modern tan half leather over marbled boards, with matching marbled endpapers and red leather spine label.
Includes essays on parliamentary government, education , Jesuitism, and prison reform, among others, and shows Carlyle at his most unenlightened. An attractive copy in very fine condition. Dyerr Published by Phillips, Sampson, and Co. About this Item: Phillips, Sampson, and Co. Foxing throughout. Author Signed. Published by R. James, Liverpool About this Item: R. James, Liverpool, First State. Very slim octavo [22 cm] Disbound pamphlet.
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First state with 'materiality' as the first word of the last line on the first page. Very good. Him, you could perceive, they would serve ; but not easily another than him.
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