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The comic history of Rome. An amusingly interpreted — but, broadly speaking, generally accurate — history of Rome from its founding through the fall of Caesar, written by one of the original staff members of Punch. Originally issued serially in parts, the work appears here in a very early book-form edition.
John Leech supplied the illustrations, including 10 hand-colored plates as well as numerous in-text steel engravings and woodcuts. Leech's designs feature historic figures with a delightful contemporary spin, including Romans wearing top hats and greatcoats, dancing ballroom waltzes, and checking pocket watches, with the clever visual allusions and the tone of the text combining to suggest trenchant commentary on Victorian society and mores.
Publisher's textured green cloth, front cover and spine with gilt-stamped vignettes. Binding as above, moderate rubbing to edges and extremities with top of spine pulled, gilt vignettes showing slight rubbing.
Early pencilled ownership inscription in upper portion of first text page; some plate leaves a bit more age-toned than others or than text leaves.
Overall both attractive and entertaining. The Superior Printing Co. Accounts of some of the greatest names of history, written primarily by Jacob Abbott, a clergyman and educator as well as a prolific children's author, with Abbott's brother John Stevens Cabot Abbott contributing four of the 20 lives.
The series was aimed primarily at readers aged 15 to 25 and originally published in under the title Illustrated History, becoming a great and oft-reprinted hit in its day. Each volume opens with a frontispiece portrait, most volumes having three additional plates with a few offering two or four instead.
Preface and last text page of each volume with pencilled ownership inscription of J. VI with newspaper clippings affixed to free endpapers, offset onto pastedowns. VIII with frontispiece separated and laid in, first few lower outer corners bumped, small pencilled marks of emphasis.
IX with small scuff to front cover, small pencilled marks of emphasis, newspaper clipping affixed to back pastedown. XI with lower portion of one leaf torn away, with loss of portions of eight lines. XIII with front joint cracked and spine paper partially detached, reinforced some time ago with cellophane tape.
Idleness and industry an instructive example for young children translated from the German.
Wrigley, 61 Chatham Street, [between and ? Wrigley, [between and ? Illustrated with 15 chromolithographic plates, this children's book contrasts the careers of the well-bred but indolent and selfish Felix and the virtuous, determined gardener's son Robert. The wood-engraved title-page is hand-colored to resemble a wrapper, while the other wood engravings are uncolored.
The final piece, The Fowls at War, is printed on only one side of each leaf with text below a large wood engraving; all the illustrations are color-printed. From the children's book collection of Albert A. Very good, and a very good little gathering.
AdrichomChristiaan van. Theatrum Terrae Sanctae et biblicarum historiarum cum tabulis geographicis aere expressis. Officina Birckmannica, sumptibus Arnoldi Mylij, ]. Adrichem —85 was a Delft-born priest a.
His important and influential Theatrum Terrae Sanctae is famous for its engraved maps, but because he used contemporary sources that are now lost, his text is justly sought for its descriptions of Palestine and the antiquities of Jerusalem as these were to be known during the last half of the 16th century.
This is universally held to be the first edition, with subsequent editions in, andand it was translated into several languages, including English. Clouding the bibliographic record however are poorly catalogued copies at Harvard and the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek: A copy at Harvard purports to have been printed inbut with no indication of where or by whom.
We believe the Harvard and Bayerische Staatsbibliothek copies to be erroneously catalogued, leading to these questionable dates of production. The volume here begins with an engraved allegorical title-page, has woodcut initials and tailpieces, and bears 12 folding or double-page engraved maps filled with small details, including sea monsters.
The text, printed in roman type in double-column format, contains as lagniappe a chronology from Adam tothe year of the author's death, and on pp. Ex-library and provenance markings as above, institutional rubber-stamp on title-page and one leaf of text, pencilled call number on t.
One map with a few inked spots on back, small inked notes on maps to indicate placement, all folds strong. A marvelous series of maps and a well-researched text.ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FREEMASONRY AND ITS KINDRED SCIENCES by ALBERT C.
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A | B | C | D | E | F. English A look at some of the idiosyncrasies of the English language. The English language has always been fascinating to me. These days, I'm often amused (or not) by the way our younger-generation distorts and changes the meaning of .
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Derby School was a school in Derby in the English Midlands from to It had an almost continuous history of education of over eight centuries. For most of that time it was a grammar school for boys. The school became co-educational and comprehensive in and was closed in In a new independent school called Derby Grammar School for boys was founded.
Explore Maryl Kavanagh's board "Fonts, Fonts, Fonts!" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Calligraphy fonts, Fonts and Hand lettering fonts. Then squiggles and dots are add. My first alphabet. I love the watercolor journal. Nice idea for class lesson to create letters, your name, etc. Artistic Alphabets for bujo writing.
Alfabetten. Communication will generally be by radio or laser.
Back in the 's, Amateur Radio (aka "ham radio") was very popular. Back in those days people didn't travel very much. But if you got your amateur radio license and a radio rig, you could talk with people between 30 and kilometers away.