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A NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF DAVID CROCKETT OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE. A FACSIMILE EDITION WITH ANNOTATIONS AND AN INTRODUCTION BY JAMES A. SHACKFORD AND STANLEY J. FOLMSBEE. The University of Tennessee Press Tennesseana Editions Series.

Crockett, Davy, 1786-1836. James A. Shackford and Stanley J. Folmsbee, 1899-1974 (annotators, Introduction).

Editorial: Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee Press, 1973. (1973)

ISBN 10: 0870491199 ISBN 13: 9780870491191

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Descripción: Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee Press, 1973., 1973. Facsimile reprint of the original 1834 edition with extensive annotations and an Introduction by James A. Shackford and Stanley J. Folmsbee with the latter also contributing a Foreword. xx, 211 pages. Hardcover: H 19.75cm x L 21.75cm. Dust jacket lightly rubbed, slight scuffing at spine and front flap fold ends, light soiling to white rear panel with closed tear at bottom edge. Fuchsia colored cloth. Speckled top edge; small patch of soiling to bottom edge and confluence with fore-edge heel. Sticker on front pastedown stating book was presented from the Mississippi Quarterly to Mississippi State University Mitchell Memorial Library; however the book has no institutional marks and was acquired from the estate of a past editor of the MSU published literary periodical. Light toning to front free endpaper and faint toning to rear free endpaper. Interior pages are otherwise bright and clean. Binding is firm. A very good copy in a very good- dust jacket. ISBN 0870491199. Nº de ref. de la librería 214-5988

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GREAT HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, GENEALOGICAL AND POETICAL DICTIONARY BEING A CURIOUS MISCELLANY OF SACRED AND PROPHANE HISTORY . . . (Spine title: "Collier's Historical Dictionary.") Two volumes bound as one. [First & Second Volume; Vol. 1-I, 2-II.]

Morery, Lewis [Louis Moreri], 1643-1680. Msr. Le Clerc [Jean Leclerc, Jean Le Clerc, or Johannes Clericus], 1657-1736; Jer. Collier [Jeremy Collier], 1650-1726 (editors).

Editorial: London: Printed for Henry Rhodes . . . Thomas Newborough . . . the assigns of L. Meredith . . . and Elizabeth Harris . . ., (1701)

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Descripción: London: Printed for Henry Rhodes . . . Thomas Newborough . . . the assigns of L. Meredith . . . and Elizabeth Harris . . ., 1701. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. No Jacket. 2nd Edition. Two volumes bound within single book. Revised, corrected, enlarged second edition. Unpaged but probably 1000+ pages. Fuller title: THE GREAT HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, GENEALOGICAL AND POETICAL DICTIONARY; BEING A CURIOUS MISCELLANY OF SACRED AND PROPHANE HISTORY. CONTAINING, IN SHORT, THE LIVES AND MOST REMARKABLE ACTIONS OF THE PATRIARCHS, JUDGES, AND KINGS OF THE JEWS; OF THE APOSTLES, FATHERS, AND DOCTORS OF THE CHURCH; OF POPES, CARDINALS, BISHOPS, &C. . . . TOGETHER WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT AND PROGRESS BOTH OF RELIGIOUS AND MILITARY ORDERS, AND THE LIVES OF THEIR FOUNDERS. AS ALSO, THE FABULOUS HISTORY OF THE HEATHEN GODS AND HEROES. THE DESCRIPTION OF EMPIRES, KINGDOMS, COMMON-WEALTHS, PROVINCES, CITIES, TOWNS, ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, AND OTHER CONSIDERABLE PLACES, BOTH OF ANCIENT AND MODERN GEOGRAPHY; . . . THE WHOLE BEING FULL OF REMARKS AND CURIOUS ENQUIRIES, FOR THE ILLUSTRATION OF SEVERAL DIFFICULTIES IN THEOLOGY, HISTORY, CHRONOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. COLLECTED FROM THE BEST HISTORIANS, CHRONOLOGERS AND LEXICOGRAPHERS; . . . BUT MORE ESPECIALLY OUT OF LEWIS MORERY, D.D. HIS EIGHTH EDITION CORRECTED AND ENLARGED BY MONSIEUR LE CLERC; IN TWO VOLUMES IN FOLIO. TO WHICH ARE ADDED, BY WAY OF SUPPLEMENT, INTERMIX'D THROUGHOUT THE ALPHABET, THE LIVES, MOST REMARKABLE ACTIONS, AND WRITINGS OF SEVERAL ILLUSTRIOUS FAMILIES OF OUR ENGLISH, SCOTCH AND IRISH NOBILITY, AND GENTRY, AND MOST FAMOUS MEN OF ALL PROFESSIONS, ARTS AND SCIENCES: AS ALSO, AN EXACT DESCRIPTION OF THESE KINGDOMS; WITH THE MOST CONSIDERABLE OCCURRENCES THAT HAVE HAPPENED TO THIS PRESENT TIME [THE FIRST VOLUME and THE SECOND VOLUME] THE SECOND EDITION REVIS'D, CORRECTED AND ENLARG'D TO THE YEAR 1688; BY JER. COLLIER, A.M. London: Printed for Henry Rhodes, near Bride-Lane in Fleet Street; Thomas Newborough, at the Golden-Ball in St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Assigns of L. Meredith, at the Star in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and Elizabeth Harris, at the Harrow in Little-Britain; 1701. Hardcover: H 40.25cm x L 25.5cm. Probable 19th century rebinding as endpapers and flyleaves are quite different stock than text leaves. Quarter-leather binding. Spine leather with six slightly raised bands and still bright gilt stamped lettering within title compartment second from head; spine had worn with small loss, large loss and tearing within the 5cm of heel compartment leaving quires exposed. Patches of peeling to board leather adjacent to spine. Bluish-green marbled paper boards heavily rubbed with wear at edges particularly at fore-edge corners. Splitting at front and rear joints causing front board to have some pliability; text block remains firmly bound. Title pages printed in red and black. Dictionary comprised of double column text with letters A-L in First Volume and M-Z in Second Volume. B/w engraved frontispiece portrait of Jeremy Collier opposite First Volume title page. Past owner's pencil signature (E.H. Peck) on front pastedown. Interior leaves vary from bright white to strong toning with occasional foxing; several page corners creased. A good antiquarian copy. Published with a Supplement which is not present. Please note that this very thick book has an approximate shipping weight of 10 pounds and will require additional postage and insurance above AbeBook's preset rate. Nº de ref. de la librería 2014-0902

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Descripción: Paris: Daumont, [undated, circa, 1775. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. No Jacket. Unpaged; collates as [fp], [ffep], [ffly], [ffly], [ffly], [contents leaf], [132 single-sided engraved plates], [rfly], [rfly], [rfly], [rfep], [rp]. Hardcover folio: H 46cm x L 34.5cm. Original speckled full calf leather boards but professionally and subtlety rebacked in dark brown cloth with original leather spine laid on top. Heavily scuffed spine retains five raised bands with dark maroon title label in second compartment from head; strong losses to gilt stamped decoration in compartments and on bands; title label has surface chip causing slight loss to otherwise still reasonably bright gilt stamped lettering; small shelf sticker affixed near spine heel perhaps being a remnant from a personal or architectural firm's collection as there are no institutional/library markings within interior; rebacking cloth visible at spine ends and along joints where slender loss to original leather occurs. Leather boards scuffed with wear at edges particularly at corners; slender lengthwise horizontal surface scratch below front board center. Replacement marbled endpapers and flyleaves now toned and brittle with tears and chipping at margins; such faults indicate those leaves have been with book for a good while so re-backing no later than mid-twentieth century (unfortunately no bindery ticket present). Unknown bookseller's clipped catalog slip likely for this same copy affixed on third front flyleaf verso center opposite original contents page which features badge-shaped ownership blindstamp "Lloyd & Whitney Warren New York" at top right and brief pencil marks beside plate titles verifying their presence. Manhattan architect Whitney Warren (1864-1943) was a partner in the prominent architectural firm Warren and Wetmore with Charles Wetmore (1866-1941). Whitney's younger brother architect Lloyd Warren (1868-1922) founded the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design in New York City. Total of 132 b/w plates with lettered pagination (four plates per letter all on rectos only) as A-I, K-T, V, X-Z, &, AA-II. Dull red colored top edge probably done at time of re-backing; original deckle cut fore-edges and bottom edges. Several small antiquarian dark ink stains at upper fore-edge with a few leaves/plates fractionally affected at margins; moderate foxing to AA-2 plate with other light foxing and some soiling occurring to others. Binding is firm. Aforementioned bookseller's slip summarizes this copy as "A most magnificent collection of 132 French furniture designs of the middle of the century, contemporary with the period of Chippendale, 80 of them by de la Fosse. This third collection of the French master's work appears to have been unknown to Guilmard and M. Hippolite Destailleur [Hippolyte Destailleur], the Paris authority, possessed but the first series and the supplementary second, with additions, both in small folio. Likewise, Lewine seems to have been unacquainted with the collection. The only record we can trace of a set which may have contained most of these plates is the sale at auction in France in 1895 of a collection of 128 plates, 80 of them by de la Fosse, realizing 2500 francs,-then about $500." Same bookseller slip cites book as circa 1775 and cites condition as sounder than it is now and make no mention re-backing. OCLC does locate one copy at the Los Angeles Getty Research Institute, their copy undated too but likewise collating as [1], [132 plates] so evidently no formal title page by printer/publisher Daumont. The Getty's catalog description adds bibliographical reference "D. Guilmard, Les Maitres Ornemanistes (1880), p. 220-221" and further notes "following plates are by artists other than Delafosse: 4 each in suites M-Q, &, BB, DD, EE, GG, and II, and the last 2 plates in suite XX." OCLC locates only one copy of Volume II "IIe Volume de l'oeuvre de J.Ch. Delafosse" in Denmark. This folio-sized volume has an approximate shipping weight of 10 pounds and will require additional postage and insurance above AbeBook's preset rate. Nº de ref. de la librería 2014-0901

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