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1) 1885 Original Antique Print-View of EDEN HALL Newark On Trent Nottingham
 
London: William MacKenzie, 1885. 1885 An original antique colour print titled: EDEN HALL PROVENANCE: This original colour print was taken from 'A SERIES OF PICTURESQUE VIEWS OF SEATS OF THE NOBLEMEN AND GENTLEMEN OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND' published by William Mackenzie, Ludgate Hill. 11" x 8" Alexander Francis Lydon (/'la?d?n/; 1836–1917) was a British watercolour artist, illustrator and engraver of natural history and landscapes. He worked for Benjamin Fawcett the printer, to ... more information

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$22.00
2) ALS from Brougham to Albert Megson re capital punishment
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Charles, Baron (to Albert Megson)
 
Penrith, 1866. Penrith, U.K. 9 September 1866, stamped 10 September 1866. Autograph letter from Lord Brougham to Albert Megson, Manchester. "Private, 9. Sept. 1866, Lord Brougham presents his compliments to Mr. Megson and assures him that he wishes as well as possible to the proposed meeting. But in his capacity of judge in the highest court of appeal it would be improper for him to attend the meeting. He read with much concern the account of the late execution in Manchester & he had conceived that ... more information

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$125.00
3) ALS from Harriet Clanricarde to Lady Stanley
Clanricarde, Harriet, Marchioness; formerly Canning; also De Burgh
 
Rare ALS signed H. Clanricarde to Lady Stanley, one page, 9" x 7.25", folded. Daughter of George Canning, a British Tory statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from April to August 1827. He occupied various senior cabinet positions under numerous prime ministers, finally becoming Prime Minister for the last 118 days of his life.Near fine.. Single Page. Near Fine.

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$115.00
4) ALS on Slavery in year of abolition in Great Britain
Brougham, Henry Peter, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, Lord Brougham
 
1833. March 4th 1833, Autograph letter by Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux to a Mr. Beaumont of Bradford. Written in the 3rd person, consistent with Brougham's style, this original letter presents his compliments to Beaumont and acknowledges receipt of a Petition from Bradford for the abolition of slavery. The Chancellor (Brougham) will take an early opportunity to present the petition to the House of Lords. Brougham was Lord Chancellor of England from 1830-1834 and is most well-known for bei ... more information

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$1,100.00
5) ALS signed about keeping men in prison forever
Brougham, Henry Lord
 
Original autograph letter signed "H. Brougham" to a Mr. Harris about a bill that enables a man to be kept in prison forever. Two pages taped together. Very good.. Very Good.

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$45.00
6) An Account of Lord Bacon's Novum Organon Scientiarum, Published Under the Superintendence of The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Parts I and II, Complete
Brougham, Henry Lord
 
London: Baldwin and Cradock, 1828. London: Baldwin and Cradock, 1828. Fourth Edition. 8vo. Two pamphlets constituting Parts I and II of the treatise, complete. Wrappers bound with string. 40, [2], 40, [2] pp. Published anonymously but attributed to Lord Henry Brougham, who also served as Chair of the Society for the Diffusion for Useful Knowledge. Very good.. Early Reprint. Wrappers Bound with String. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Pamphlet.

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$162.00
7) Albert Lunel. A Novel
Brougham, Henry Lord
 
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1872. First American Edition (London, March, 1872, published posthumously). 8vo. Bound in new cloth binding, gilt titles. Written in 1844 but suppressed by the author for private reasons. A memorial to his daughter, who pre-deceased him. 166 pp., double-column format. Flattened fold to corner of title, a few ticks in pencil. Very good in new binding.. First American Edition. Cloth. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$260.00
8) The Annual Register, or A View of the History and Politics of the Year 1839
Editors
 
London: J. G. F. & J. Rivington, 1840. First edition. Quarter leather over paper-covered boards. 428 (History of Europe), 484 (Chronicle), 15 (Index). A volume rich with history of the British Empire as well as the United States. Speeches of Lord Brougham (both reportage and third-person description) throughout, as well as the famous death report incident. Other topics include Ireland, Chartism, Canada, Corn Laws, O'Connell, Parliamentary Reform, Famine, Jamaica, National Education, Normal Schools, ... more information

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$225.00
9) Autograph letter signed (mentions General Zachary Taylor and architect M. de Larras)
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Charles, Baron, Lord Chancellor of England
 
Autograph SIGNED letter by Lord Henry Brougham, Lord Chancellor of England. His signature on a 1 page autograph letter signed, undated, and entirely in French (which he spoke fluently). He mentions General Zachary Taylor and the architect M. de Larras. Letter is on 1/4 page (4" x 5.75") on a larger sheet of paper 7.75" x 11.5" that has been folded in quarters. Fine.. Folded Paper. Fine.

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$155.00
10) Brougham and His Early Friends: Letters to James Loch, 1798-1809. 3 volumes, complete.
Brougham, Henry Lord; Brougham, Henry Peter Baron Brougham and Vaux; R.H.M. Buddle Atkinson and G. A. Jackson, editors
 
London: Private Press, 1908. London: Private press, 1908. First edition, privately printed. Bookplate, unnumbered. Quarter-vellum over paper boards, gilt titles, top edge gilt, untrimmed pp. 380, 376, 351 pp. Silk ribbon markers. Minor flaws. Near fine.. First Edition. Quarter Vellum. Near Fine. 4to.. Limited.

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$360.00
11) Brougham Chapel: The History of the Parish of Brougham, Westmorland-in-Cumbria
Rutherford, T.W.H., Rector of Clifton with Brougham
 
Westmorland: Parish Church of the New Parish, 1980. Westmorland: Parish Church of the New Parish. 8vo. Stapled wrappers, 12 pp. with black and white photographs. Light shelfwear. Very good.. Stapled Wrappers. Very Good. Illus. by Illustrated. 8vo.

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$55.00
12) C.A.P. XXXIV An Act to encourage the Establishment of Lodging Houses for the Labouring Classes (24th July 1851)
Queen Victoria
 
London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1851. London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1851. First edition. Disbound pages, 18 pp. A complete Parliamentary Act, disbound from a larger volume. Original 1851 document. Fine.. First Edition. Disbound. Fine. 4to..

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$85.00
13) CAP. LIII. An Act to encourage the Establishment of District Courts and Prisons (30th July 1842)
Queen Victoria
 
London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1842. London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1842. First edition. Anno Quinto & sexton Victoriae Reginae. Disbound pages, 15 pp. A complete Parliamentary Act, disbound from a larger volume. Original 1842 document. Fine.. First Edition. Disbound. Fine. 4to..

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$85.00
14) CAP. LV. An Act to promote the Establishment and Extension of Reformatory Schools in England (25th August 1857)
Queen Victoria
 
London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1857. London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1857. First edition. Disbound pages, 6 pp. A complete Parliamentary Act, disbound from a larger volume. Original 1857 document. Fine.. First Edition. Disbound. Fine. 4to..

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$85.00
15) Cannes 1835-1914: Villégiature, urbanisation, architectures
Milliet-Mondon, Camille
 
Nice: Les Éditions Serre, 1986. Nice: Les Éditions Serre, 1986. First edition. 4to. Leatherette, gilt titles. Antique map of Cannes illustrated endpapers. 157 pp. IN FRENCH. Illustrated throughout with black and white and color photographs by Camille Milliet-Mondon and Marc Heller and plans. Dustjacket cover is photograph in color of Lord Brougham's Villa Eleonore-Louise. This is a scarce and often-quoted publication detailing the architectural and developmental history of the city of Cann ... more information

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$290.00
16) Cannes and Vicinity. Joanne's Guide Books.
 
Paris: Hachette, 1909. Paris: Hachette, 1909. First edition. 12mo. Wrappers covering sewn signatures. Includes engravings, pull out maps. Wear to corners, spine wrapper, hinges open. Fair.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Fair. Illus. by Illustrated. 12mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" Tall.

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$22.00
17) Chambers's Papers for the People (11 volumes out of 12)
Chambers, William and Robert
 
Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers, 1850. No edition stated, presumed first. 8vo. 11 of the 12 volumes (lacking volume X) of the scarce periodical produced by the Chambers brothers 1850-1856. Boards loose or loosening, lacking paper spines. Binding copies. I: THE BONAPARTE FAMILY, THE SEPULCHRES OF ETRURIA, VALERIE DUCLOS, EDUCATION OF THE CITIZEN, THE MYTH, THE SUNKEN ROCK, POPULAR CULTIVATION OF MUSIC, EBENEZER ELLIOTT; II: THE SANITARY MOVEMENT, WASHINGTON AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES, EDMUND ATHERTON, MEM ... more information

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$600.00
18) Charles Knight: An appreciation and bibliography of the work of a great Victorian publisher.
Morbey, Charles C. F.
 
Birmingham: Birmingham Polytechnic, Department of Librarianship, 1979. Birmingham: Birmingham Polytechnic, 1979. First edition. 4to. Unpaginated. 412 listings of the publications of the great Charles Knight. Invaluable for an understanding of publishing and the dissemination of knowledge in the first half of 19th century England and its later spread to America and the European continent. A few corrections made in ink. Near fine.. First Edition. Wrappers. Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall ... more information

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$100.00
19) Contributions to the Edinburgh Review in Three Volumes (complete)
Brougham, Henry Lord; Brougham, Henry Peter Baron Brougham and Vaux
 
London and Glasgow: Richard Griffin, 1856. London and Glasgow: Griffin, 1856. First edition. Half brown morocco over marble boards, all edges marble, matching marble endpapers. In three volumes (complete), pp. (7), 507, including index to Volume I; (5), 544, including index to Volume II; and (5), 512, including index to Volume III. Lord Brougham was a tireless reformer responsible for virtually all the freedoms we enjoy today: a scientist, passionate abolitionist, a voice for the laboring man and woman, an ... more information

Offered by Rose's Books, IOBA (Massachusetts, United States)
$495.00
20) Critical and Miscellaneous Writings to Which is Prefixed a Sketch of His Character, 2 volumes
Brougham, Henry Lord
 
Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1841. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1841. First American edition. 2 volumes, complete. 8vo. Cloth binding, 349, 380 pp. Ex-theological library. Spines faded and covered with glossy preservant. Light foxing. Good.. First American Edition. Cloth. Good. 8vo. Ex-Library.

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$125.00
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