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1 (Bishop, William G.) CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BROOKLYN, PASSED JUNE 28, 1873. As Subsequently Amended with the Charter of April 17, 1854, and the Amendments Thereto, and Other Laws Relating to Said City. Also, the Ordinances of the Common Council of the City of Brooklyn as Codified and Adopted Dec. 10, 1877. (Compiled by Wm. G. Bishop, City Clerk)
Brooklyn: R.M. Whiting & Co., 1877. 1877. Very good 
Brooklyn: R.M. Whiting & Co., 1877.. 1877.. Very good. - sc Octavo. Disbound, lacking the covers. 326 pages plus appendices consisting of 266 pages (comprising The Charter of 1854); plus 15 pages; and 36 pages. The title page is detached and chipped at the edges and the first and last signatures are loose, though present. There is a short tear and creasing to the bottom edge of the last few leaves. A complete copy of this rare book which would be well-worth rebinding. 
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2 (Darrow, Clarence). Hunsberger, Willard D CLARENCE DARROW: A BIBLIOGRAPHY
Metuchen, NJ & London, U.K.: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1981. 1981. 081081384X / 9780810813847 Fine 
Metuchen, NJ & London, U.K.: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1981.. 1981.. Fine. - Octavo, red cloth. viii & 215 pages. Illustrated with a black-and-white portrait frontispiece. Near fine. 
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3 (Gentleman of the Law) A NEW CONDUCTOR GENERALIS: Being a Summary of the Law Relative to the Duty and Office of Justices of the Peace, Sheriffs, Coroners, Constables, Jurymen, Overseers of the Poor, &c. &c. with Many New and Improved Subjects, Alphabetically Arranged; Comprising a Variety of Practical Forms. All of Which Have been Carefully Collated with the Revised Laws of the State of New-York; and Will Be Found Useful to Citizens, Lawyers and Magistrates. To Which Is Added, An Analysis of the Law for the Recovery of Debts to the Value of Twenty-Five Dollars. By a Gentleman of the Law
Albany [NY]: D. & S. Whiting, 1803. 1803. Good 
Albany [NY]: D. & S. Whiting, 1803.. 1803.. Good. - hardcover Octavo, bound in vintage tan calf. The covers are bumped, rubbed & scuffed. There are small pieces out of the head & tail of the spine, and damage to the bottom edge of the rear cover and to the bottom edges of the last part of the book, with no loss of text. Pages i-xv & [16]-479 plus errata page. As issued, pages 290 to 295 are repeated in their numbering. There are previous owner's names penned in ink on the front endpaper. and a few ink notes. There is scattered foxing & light staining throughout with some creases. Good only.

The alphabetically arranged material, which includes sections on bastardy, bigamy, dogs ["it is not a felony to steal dogs, which are of a base nature"], the poor, rape, slaves, women and wrecks, gives quite a comprehensive view of society at the time. 
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4 (Grotius, Hugo). Meulen, Jacob Ter; and Diermanse, P. J. J BIBLIOGRAPHIE DES ECRITS IMPRIMES DE HUGO GROTIUS
Zutphen: Matthys de Jongh, 1995. 1995. Fine 
Zutphen: Matthys de Jongh, 1995.. 1995.. Fine. - Octavo, black cloth titled in gilt. xxiv & 708 pp. B&W frontispiece & B&W illustrations. Near fine.

Reprint of the 1950 definitive bibliography of Grotius. The text is in French. 
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TWO ORIGINAL LARGE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS DEPICTING EMINENT JUSTICES AND LAWYERS PRESENT AT ANNUAL DINNERS OF THE NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION. The photographs are respectively titled: "Associate Justice Charles E. Hughes of the Supreme Court and a group of eminent lawyers assembled as the guests of Hon. A.T. Clearwater, President of the New York State Bar Association, at a dinner, Hotel Astor, Jan. 14, '16." [And]: "Officers and Guests, Annual Dinner New York State Bar Association, January 12th, 1918. Hotel Astor, N.Y.", (Underwood & Underwood). (Hughes, Charles E., Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court; and others)
5 (Underwood & Underwood). (Hughes, Charles E., Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court; and others) TWO ORIGINAL LARGE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS DEPICTING EMINENT JUSTICES AND LAWYERS PRESENT AT ANNUAL DINNERS OF THE NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION. The photographs are respectively titled: "Associate Justice Charles E. Hughes of the Supreme Court and a group of eminent lawyers assembled as the guests of Hon. A.T. Clearwater, President of the New York State Bar Association, at a dinner, Hotel Astor, Jan. 14, '16." [And]: "Officers and Guests, Annual Dinner New York State Bar Association, January 12th, 1918. Hotel Astor, N.Y."
New York, [1916] & [1918]. [1918]. Very good 
New York, [1916] & [1918].. [1918].. Very good. - sc - Two original large black & white photographs depicting justices, eminent attorneys and other guests at the annual dinners of the New York State Bar Association in 1916 and in 1918.

1. "Associate Justice Charles E. Hughes of the Supreme Court and a group of eminent lawyers assembled as the guests of Hon. A.T. Clearwater, President of the New York State Bar Association, at a dinner, Hotel Astor, Jan. 14, '16." An 11-1/2 inch high by 17 inch wide black & white photograph mounted with glue from the verso onto 12-1/2 inch high by 17-7/8 inch wide gray mat board. Titled in white ink along the bottom in a calligraphic hand, the subjects are photographed in 2 rows. The guests depicted in the first row are seated and those in the second row stand behind them. A chandelier and grandly draped window and ornate mirror & door frames decorate the background. Several of the most eminent guests are identified in white ink in a calligraphic hand above and below their images. Among these are the lawyer Frederick E. Wadhams; the lawyer Joseph H. Choate who was also Ambassador to the United Kingdom; New York Governor Charles S. Whitman; U.S. Supreme Court Justice (1910-1916) and former Governor of New York (1907-10) Charles Evans Hughes, who was also a Presidential Candidate, served as Secretary of State and subsequently as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 1930 to 1941; Judge A.T. Clearwater; the lawyer Francis Lynde Stetson; NY State Court of Appeals Justice Morgan J. O'Brien; U.S. Attorney General (1909- 13) George W. Wickersham; William D. Guthrie, Professor of Constitutional Law at Columbia University; Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals (1898-1904) Alton D. Parker who was the Democratic candidate for President of the U.S. in 1904; Judge W.D. Wadhams; and the anti-trust lawyer Henry W. Taft.

The photograph is in very nice condition with only minor rubbing and soiling. The edges of the mount are rubbed with a tiny chip to the top left corner of the mat. Very good.

2. (Underwood & Underwood). "Officers and Guests, Annual Dinner New York State Bar Association, January 12th, 1918. Hotel Astor, N.Y." An original 15-5/8 inch high by 19- 7/8 inch wide black & white photograph by Underwood & Underwood of New York mounted with glue from the verso onto cardboard of the same size. Titled in black ink in a calligraphic hand along the bottom of the image, the photograph depicts the 30 guests present at the dinner in 3 rows. All but one are identified in a calligraphic hand along the bottom of the photograph. Two rows of subjects stand behind the most eminent guests who are seated in the first row. Hanging plants and light fixtures adorn the ceiling above grand arched columns which line the deep hall which disappears into the background. Among the guests seated in the first row are the British Member of Parliament (1910-1923) Harold Smith, M.P.; the Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba Sir James Aitkens [sic], K.C. (i.e. Sir James Aikins); Sir Frederick Smith who served as Attorney General of Great Britain from 1915-1919; New York Governor Charles S. Whitman; the Duke of Devonshire who served as Governor General of Canada from 1916-1921; the Italian Ambassador to the U.S. Count Macchi di Cellere; the former Governor of NY (and Supreme Court Justice Charles Evans Hughes; the Belgian Ambassador to the U.S. Emile de Cartier; and Brigadier General MacLachlan. Standing behind the seated dignitaries are the lawyer Frederick E. Wadhams; George W. Wickersham, who served as the U.S. Attorney General from 1909-13; Alton B. Parker, who served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals from 1898-1904 and was the Democratic Candidate for the Presidency in 1904; John M. Bowers, who served as legal adviser to Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson; Judge Scott [this is quite possibly Francis M. Scott who served as judge on New York's Court of Appear from 1906-1918]; New York City Postmaster William R. Wilcox [i.e Willcox]; James R. Sheffield, who was U.S. Ambassador to Mexico from 1924 - 1927; the military attache to the Italian Embassy General Emilio Guglielmotti; Judge A.T. Clearwater; Columbia University Professor of Law Charles Thaddeus Terry; General Oliver B. Bridgman, Commander of Squadron A, New York City; and Lieutenant Colonel Henderson. Shown, standing in the last row, are the Chief Justice of Quebec's Superior Court Sir Charles Davidson; New York State Court of Appeals Justice Morgan J. O'Brien; De Lancey Nicoll, who served as New York County District Attorney from 1891 to 1893; New York State's Judge Advocate General A.F. Jenks; Major Beekman Hoppin of the 23rd Infantry who later served as Adjutant of the Second Division during the First World War; Columbia University Professor of Constitutional Law William D. Guthrie; the Philadelphia and New York City lawyer James M. Beck, who later served as U.S. Solicitor General from 1921- 25 and U.S. Representative from 1927 to 1933; and the anti-trust attorney Henry W. Taft.

The photograph is in very nice condition with only minor rubbing and soiling. There is some very minor wear to the edges and corners of the photograph and a pinhole to the top left corner.

Two unique photographs of eminent personalities in New York's early 20th Century judicial system. Dust jacket present. 
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6 Amdur, Leon H OUTLINE OF TRADE-MARK LAW. (Reprinted from The Bulletin of the United States Trade-Mark Association, vol. 29, Nos. 1-6). (Cover title)
[New York]: The United States Trade-Mark Association, 1934. 1934. Good 
[New York]: The United States Trade-Mark Association, 1934.. 1934.. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed brown wrappers. The wraps are lightly bumped & chipped with a few tiny stains & with their edges darkened. There is a small area of soiling to the front wrap with the price and publisher's address noted in ink. 40 pages. The bottom page corners are bumped. Good.

First edition. First Edition. 
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7 Archbold, John Frederick; Cooke, George Wingrove THE LAW OF LANDLORD AND TENANT; / With All the Requisite Forms, Including the Pleadings in the Several Actions By and Against Landlord and Tenant, and the Evidence Necessary to Support Them. By John Frederick Archbold, Esq., Barrister at Law. [Bound together with]: A TREATISE ON THE LAW OF DEFAMATION: / With Forms of Pleadings. By George Wingrove Cooke, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. (2 volumes in 1)
Philadelphia: T. and J. W. Johnson, 1846. 1846. Very good 
Philadelphia: T. and J. W. Johnson, 1846.. 1846.. Very good. - Octavo, contemporary tan calf with gilt-lettered leather labels on the spine. The leather is a bit scuffed. The spine & extremities are darkened & the joints are rubbed. The leather of the spine is dried out & cracking & there are remnants of a paper label near the tail. [iv], xxix & pages [30]-374; and xv & pages [16]-297. There is an owner's ink name & date on the front endpaper. There is occasional foxing & staining, especially to the prelims & rear blanks, with a very few markings & notations in the text. Very good.

The first American edition of each work.

This is the "July, August, and September, 1846" volume of "The Law Library" series, No. 55. First Edition. 
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8 Batten, Edmund.; Bell, Sydney Smith A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE LAW Relating to the Specific Performance of Contracts. By Edmund Batten, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. [Bound together with]: THE LAW OF PROPERTY as Arising from the Relation of Husband and Wife. By Sydney Smith Bell, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law. (2 volumes in 1)
Philadelphia: T. & J. W. Johnson, 1850. 1850. Good 
Philadelphia: T. & J. W. Johnson, 1850.. 1850.. Good. - Octavo, contemporary tan calf with gilt-lettered leather labels on the spine. The spine & extremities are darkened & the leather of the spine is dried out & cracking. There are 3 tiny holes in the front joint. xxviii & pages[29]-227; and xxviii & pages [29]-364. The edges of the pastedowns, endpapers, flyleaf & rear blank are darkened with an owner's ink name & date on the front endpaper. There is staining & foxing to the fore-edge, prelims & the last few leaves of the 2nd index, with occasional foxing & staining in the text. There are some light stains to the top edge. Good.

The first American edition of each work, both originally published in London in 1849.

This is the "January, February, and March, 1850" volume of "The Law Library" series. First Edition. 
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9 Besterman, Theodore LAW & INTERNATIONAL LAW: A Bibliography of Bibliographies
Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1971. 1971. Fine 
Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1971.. 1971.. Fine. - Octavo, green cloth titled in gilt. Lightly rubbed. 436 pp. Near fine. 
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10 Bingham, Peregrine; Wigram, James; Poynter, Thomas; Gibbons, David THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTIONS, Including Extents at the Suit of the Crown. By Peregrine Bingham, A.B. of the Middle Temple, Special Pleader. From the London Edition. POINTS IN THE LAW OF DISCOVERY. By James Wigram, Esq., F.R.S. One of His Majesty's Counsel. From the London Edition. A CONCISE VIEW OF THE DOCTRINE AND PRACTICE OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS IN DOCTORS' COMMONS, On Various Points Relative to the subject of Marriage and Divorce. Second Edition, Revised and Augmented. By Thomas Poynter, Proctor in Doctors' Commons. From the London Edition. A MANUAL OF THE LAW OF FIXTURES. By David Gibbons, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Special Pleader. From the London Edition. (4 books in 1 volume)
Philadelphia: John S. Littell, 1836. 1836. Good 
Philadelphia: John S. Littell, 1836.. 1836.. Good. - Octavo, contemporary tan calf with gilt-lettered leather labels on the spine. The joints are split & the covers are detached. The spine & extremities are darkened. The leather of the spine & the front edges of the covers is dried out & cracking & there is a piece out of one of the labels, not affecting the titling. vi & 238 pages; xiii, [i] & 132 pages; ix, [i] &132 pages; and [iv] & 24 pages. Poynter's work is illustrated with a folding chart. The pastedowns, endpapers & front & rear blanks are foxed with their edges darkened & there is occasional foxing & staining to the rest of the contents. There are 2 owner's ink names with dates on the front endpaper, one of them a contemporary owner. Good working copy.

The Wigram and Gibbons works are first American editions based on the London editions. The Poynter work is a first American edition based on the second London edition.

A volume in the Law Library series. First Edition. 
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11 Booth, George; Anthon, John THE NATURE AND PRACTICE OF REAL ACTIONS, IN THEIR WRITS AND PROCESS, BOTH ORIGINAL AND JUDICIAL. By George Booth, Esq. / First American Edition; / In which the ancient Writs and Records are correctly translated from the Latin, with the addition of references to English and American authorities, and to the statutes of the state of New-York. / By John Anthon, Esq. Counsellor at Law
New York: Printed and published by Stephen Gould, at the sign of Lord Coke, opposite the City-Hall, 1808. 1808. Good. 
New York: Printed and published by Stephen Gould, at the sign of Lord Coke, opposite the City-Hall, 1808.. 1808.. Good.. - Octavo, contemporary tan calf with a gilt-lettered leather label on the spine. The front cover is detached. The leather is rubbed, scuffed & darkened and is dried out & cracking with small pieces out. There are the remnants of a handwritten label on the spine & the adjacent edges of the covers. 318 [i.e. 386] pages. The pagination is irregular, following the paging of the original London edition of 1701. There are remnants of paper adhering to the pastedowns & there is scattered foxing & staining. Good.

First American edition.

From the library of a nineteenth-century lawyer whose name is penned at the top of the title page & who has made annotations on the rear blank. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
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12 Burge, William COMMENTARIES ON THE LAW OF SURETYSHIP, and the Rights and Obligations of the Parties Thereto, and Herein of Obligations in Solido, under the laws of England, Scotland, and Other States of Europe, the British Colonies, and the United States of America, and on the Conflict of Those Laws. By William Burge, of the Inner Temple, Esq....First American, From the London, Edition
Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1847. 1847. Good 
Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1847.. 1847.. Good. - Octavo, tan contemporary calf with a gilt-lettered leather label on the spine. The leather is rubbed & scuffed. The edges of the covers are darkened. The spine is darkened with the head chipped & with a small piece out, & with the remnants of a paper label on the tail. lii & 560 pages plus 24-page publisher's catalog. There is staining to the edges of the pastedowns & endpapers with scattered foxing & staining throughout. Good.

First American edition. The author gives a list of "continental authors cited", pp. [xi]-xvi, and of "American authorities", pp. [xvii]- xviii.

From the library of a mid-19th century lawyer who has penned his name at the top of the front endpaper & flyleaf & has made annotations in ink on the rear endpaper & blank. Additional pages of notes penned in his hand are tipped-in at the rear and he has made a very few marginal annotations in the text. The signature of a later owner is also penned on the front endpaper.

Scarce in commerce. First Edition. 
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13 Campbell, John REPORTS OF CASES DETERMINED AT NISI PRIUS, IN THE COURTS OF KING'S BENCH AND COMMON PLEAS, AND ON THE HOME CIRCUIT, / From the Sittings After Michaelmas Term, 48 Geo. III. 1807, to the Sittings after Michaelmas Term, 49 Geo. III. 1808, Both Inclusive. By John Campbell, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister at Law. (2 volumes)
New-York: Printed and published by I. Riley, 1810. 1810. Good 
New-York: Printed and published by I. Riley, 1810.. 1810.. Good. - Octavo, contemporary tan calf with gilt-lettered leather labels on the spines. The bindings are scuffed. The spines & the edges of the covers are darkened with the leather dried out & cracking. There are pieces out of the head & tail of the spine of Vol. 1 & the lower half of the front joint is split. The head of the spine of Vol. 2 is torn & the rear joint & the top of the front joint are split. x, [ii] & 592 pages; and x & 688 pages. There is scattered foxing & soiling with staining to some pages in each volume. The top corners of the Vol. 1 pages are damaged & there are pieces out of the bottom corner & front edge of 2 rear blanks in Vol. 2. Good only.

From the library of a 19th-century lawyer who has penned his name several times in each volume and has made extensive notes on the rear blanks and on a few additional sheets tipped in. He has also made a few annotations in the text. The signature of a later owner is also penned in each volume. 
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THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES: ITS HISTORY by HAMPTON L. CARSON, of the Philadelphia Bar, and ITS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION February 4th, 1890. Prepared under the Direction of the Judiciary Centennial Committee., Carson, Hampton L.
14 Carson, Hampton L. THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES: ITS HISTORY by HAMPTON L. CARSON, of the Philadelphia Bar, and ITS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION February 4th, 1890. Prepared under the Direction of the Judiciary Centennial Committee.
Philiadelphia: John Huber V. Company, 1891. 1891. Fair 
- Quarto, 12 inches high by 9 inches wide. Blue cloth, titled in gilt on the spine with the seal of the Supreme Court stamped in gilt on the front cover. The top edge is gilt. The covers are spotted, rubbed & stained and the corners and the tail of the spine are bumped & chipped. The joints are creased and there is a split to the cloth at the bottom of the rear joint. 745 pages, illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of Justice John Jay and 52 portraits after photographs and paintings. The hinges are cracked and the front endpaper is creased. The edges of a few pages are darkened and there is some occasional light foxing. There is a minor tear to the front edge of one page. A good working copy.

First edition. First Edition. 
Price: 55.00 USD

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15 Clerke, Thomas W RUDIMENTS OF AMERICAN LAW AND PRACTICE, On the Plan of Blackstone; Prepared for the Use of Students at Law, and Adapted to Schools and Colleges
New York: Gould, Banks & Co. / Albany, NY: Wm. & A. Gould & Co., 1842. 1842. Good 
New York: Gould, Banks & Co. / Albany, NY: Wm. & A. Gould & Co., 1842.. 1842.. Good. - Octavo, contemporary tan calf with a gilt-lettered leather label on the spine. The leather is rubbed & scuffed with a tear to the rear cover. The front edge of the rear cover & the head of the spine are darkened with the leather dried out & cracked. The tail of the spine is lightly chipped. xxx, [1] leaf & 408 pages. There are small pieces out of the top & bottom edges of the front endpaper. There is scattered foxing & light staining. Good.

First edition.

Thomas W. Clerke was Professor of Law at the University of the City of New York. He was a Judge of the Court of Appeals and a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York.

This copy is from the library of a mid-19th century lawyer whose name is penned on the front endpaper and flyleaf, with his initials at the top of the title page. He has tipped several newspaper clippings onto the pastedowns and endpapers and has made ink notes on the rear blank, endpaper & pastedown with some ink and pencil notations in the margins of the text. The signature of a later owner is also penned on the flyleaf.

Scarce. First Edition. 
Price: 200.00 USD

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16 Cowen, Esek A GENERAL DIGESTED INDEX OF THE NINE VOLUMES OF COWEN'S REPORTS of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court and in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors of the State of New-York. By the Author of Those Reports
Albany, NY: Wm. & A. Gould & Co. / New York: Gould, Banks & Co., 1831. 1831. Fair Signed
Albany, NY: Wm. & A. Gould & Co. / New York: Gould, Banks & Co., 1831.. 1831.. Fair. - Octavo, full tan calf titled in gilt on a leather label on the spine. The binding is bumped, rubbed & scuffed and the joints are splitting. The spine is darkened with the head lightly chipped & the remnant of a paper label on the tail. 559 pages. There is foxing & staining throughout. A few page corners are creased & there is a piece out of the bottom corner of the front endpaper. Good.

From the library of a mid-19th century lawyer who has signed his name with the date May 1831 on the flyleaf and has also made annotations in ink on the rear endpaper and blank. The signature of a later owner is also penned on the flyleaf. 
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17 Darrow, Clarence RESPONSE OF CLARENCE DARROW TO BIRTHDAY GREETINGS APRIL 18, 1918
Chicago: Tribune-Republican Publishing Co., 1947. 1947. Very good 
Chicago: Tribune-Republican Publishing Co., 1947.. 1947.. Very good. - 12mo [6-7/8 inches high by 4 inches wide], softcover bound in printed gray wraps. The wraps are very slightly bumped with their edges slightly darkened & there is a small stain to the bottom inner corner of the rear wrap. 33 pages. Very good.

A reprint by the Tribune-Republican of this little work originally printed by The Walden Book Shop. 
Price: 10.00 USD

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18 Dole, Edmund P TALKS ABOUT LAW: A Popular Statement of What Our Law Is and How It Is Administered
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1887. 1887. Good 
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1887.. 1887.. Good. - Octavo, brown cloth titled in gilt on the spine. The binding is rubbed & bumped & the covers are stained & soiled. The joints are worn & the head & tail of the spine are chipped. vi & 557 pages plus 4-page publisher's catalog. The pastedowns & endpapers are unevenly darkened & there is an owner's bookplate on the front pastedown. There is a small stain to the fore-edge. The top half of page 519 is heavily creased with a tear to its top edge & there is a short tear to the front edge of the flyleaf. Good only.

First edition. First Edition. 
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19 Dramard, E BIBLIOGRAPHIE DE LA BIBLIOGRAPHIE GENERALE DU DROIT FRANCAIS ET ETRANGER. (Extrait du "Repertoire general et alphabetique du droit francais")
Paris: L. Larose & Forcel, Editeurs, 1893. 1893. Fair 
Paris: L. Larose & Forcel, Editeurs, 1893.. 1893.. Fair. - Octavo, disbound. Softcover. Lacks front wrap; the rear wrap, which is darkened & chipped, is present but detached along with the rear endpaper. Half-title, title & 120 pp. Pencil markings in margins. The contents are good. Overall, fair.

179 items are catalogued. 
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20 Dreyfus, Alfred FIVE YEARS OF MY LIFE 1894-1899
NY: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1901. 1901. Very good 
NY: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1901.. 1901.. Very good. - Octavo, 7-3/4 inches high by 5-1/4 inches wide. Hardcover bound in tan cloth titled in gilt on spine and in gilt within a gilt ruled dark blue panel on the front cover. The covers are bumped and lightly soiledand the spine is darkened. xiv, [ii] & 310 pages with black & white illustrations. There is a previous owner's inscription penned on the front endpaper and some occasional light soiling. Very good.

First edition in English, published simultaneously with the French edition.

Dreyfus relates the events of his life from his arrest and his first court-martial for treason in 1894, through his imprisonment in French Guiana, to his return to France and the Rennes court-martial in 1899. Dreyfus writes in an introductory note: "In the folowing pages I tell the story of my life during those five years in which I was cut off from the world of the living. The events which took place in France in connection with the trial of 1894, and during the following years, remained entirely unknown to me until the trial at Rennes." First Edition. 
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