January SALE! All books in Anthropology, Automotive, Aviation, Education, Equestrian, Games & Hobbies, Gardening, Geography, Humor, Hunting & Fishing, Journalism, Medicine, Nature, Political Science, Psychology, Railroads, Science & Technology, Sports, and Women's Studies sections priced at $125 and under are 50% off for the month of January.
This sale excludes artists' books, private press, lots, books on William Morris & the Pre-Raphaelites, items sold on consignment, and newly acquired items.
Many prints & manscripts including framed items are also on sale for 30% off.
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Washington DC: American Catholic Historical Association, 1946. Hardcover. First Edition. Blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Penned ownership information to endpapers. Pencil notations in margins of mulitple pages. Minor browning to margins. In light blue and white dust jacket with white title to spine and front panels. Chipping and wear to edges of jacket. Light rubbing / soiling to jacket. 415 pages. EDU/070920. Very Good / Very Good.
London: T. Cadell, 1793. Hardcover. Second edition. Includes a Prefatory Address to the Ladies, etc. of Great Britain, in Behalf of the French Emigrant Clergy. Remarks about a famous speech made during the French Revolution about establishing public schools for children. The speech also criticises the clergy and their influence, which is the main subject that these remarks (from clergymen) address. Very good in modern black cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine. Occasional spots of foxing to interior but text remains bright. Size: thin octavo. xv plus 48 pages. REL 1/1060. Very Good.
Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1983. Hardcover. In addition to a history of this small Methodist men's college, this book provides details about the student demography, collegiate finances, attrition rate of students, faculty wages, and more. Black cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Minor foxing to fore-edge of textblock, else clean. In black dust jacket with yellow title to spine and front panels. Minor wear to edges of jacket. 480 pages. EDU/011719. Very Good / Very Good.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001. Hardcover. 8vo. Fine in light brown cloth backed blue paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Pristine interior with maps, graphs, illustrations and tables throughout. Illustrated dust jacket with title to front and spine panels. 360 pages. Science. SCI1/5012. Fine / Fine.