Aberdeen: Printed By C. Chalmers & Co. , For A. Bronw (Et Al). Fair; Front board detached, spine perished, first several leaves detached.. 1822. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; Publisher's boards, xlviii, 521p. **Diary of Studies, pages -121; Verbal resemblances between the Oriental languages and those of other nations, pages -221, with glossary. OCLC 316566163. With the early bookplate of Canada Baptist College. .
NY: Polish Institute Of Arts & Science. Very Good-; Spine label, library staamp on title page with release . stamp on verso, library pocket but uncirculated.. 1943. First Edition. Hardcover. Polish Institute Series; Ex-Lib; Vol. 4; 8vo; vii, 198 pages; Illustrated, bibliography, index. .
London: John Lane. Very Good. [c1929]. Hardcover. Ex-Library; 8vo; xiii, 262 pages .
Boston: Eastburn's Press. Good+; Cover soiled, one inch stain at lower fore-corner throughout.. 1843. First Edition. Pamphlet. 8vo; Printed tan wraps, 18p. **American Imprint 43-5301, and also 5299 and 300. .
Athens GA: University Of Georgia Press. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. [c1989]. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-8203-1094-8 . 8vo; xiv, 304 pages .
Metuchen: Scarecrow Press. Very Good; Top of spine bumped.. 1978. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-8108-1114-6 . 8vo; ix, 239 pages; Index. .
NY: Octagon Books. Good+; Three inch rubbed streak at spine title, sticker removed from . front cover, else VG.. 1972. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. 0374983453 . 8vo ; x, 230 pages; Bibliography, index. .
Boston: Press Of T. R. Marvin. Good+. 1843. First Edition. Pamphlet. 8vo; Printed wraps, 28p. **American Imprint #43-1638. In a Gaylord binder. .
Boston: Press Of T. R. Marvin. Good+. 1848. First Edition. Pamphlet. 8vo; Printed gray wraps, 20p. **In a Gaylord binder. .
London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans. Good+; Spine ends lightly worn and quarter inch piece missing from . top, plates foxed.. 1854. First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo ; Blind stamped half leather, watered silk boards, xx, 435p., 2 plates, ads. **With the booksellers label of R. Ackermann, 191 Regent Street, and the blinder's ticket of Monds & Remnants, London. The author's first book. .
Gloucester: Peter Smith. Very Good. 1967. Hardcover. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; xv, 320p., illustrated, bibliography, index. .
London: Burns, Oates & Co.. Good; Binding worn, inner hinges weak.. [ca1868]. First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; xxiv, 398 pages .
New York: Appleton. Fair; Binding very shabby, water staining.. 1853. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; Portrait, 407p. .
NY: Scribner. Light library marks else about VG.. [c1956-73]. Hardcover. Large 8vo; Twenty two volumes in 11 plus ten volume supplements in 9 volumes, matching bindings. **Large and heavy, shipping at cost. .
Detroit: Romig. Good+; Library marks.. [c1942]. Hardcover. 8vo ; 302p. , illus. , index. .
London: Charles Baldwyn. Lacks spine, boards detached, internally clean and sound.. 1822. Hardcover. 8vo; Publisher's embossed cloth, 260pp., illustrated with 12 plates. .
New York: Atheneum. Very Good-; Library marks else VG.. 1962. Hardcover. Ex-Library; 8vo; 234 pages; Index. .
New York: Century. Good; Binding worn, library marks.. 1914. Hardcover. Ex-Library; 8vo; 405 pages; Photographs. .
NY: D. Appleton & Co.. Removed from bound volume, lacks portrait elsee good plus.. 1848. First Edition. Softcover. 8vo; 86p. **A Dictionary of American Biography chief source. When asked by a temperance committee to "set an example by pledging himself not to use intoxicating liquors, he replied, `Gentlemen, I refuse to sign any pledge. I never have been drunk, and, by the blessing of God, I never will get drunk, but I have a constitutional privilege to get drunk, and that privilege I will not sign away'." .
London: Eliot Stock. Fair; Spine destroyed, small library label at top corner of front . wrap, library bookplate and embossed stamp with matching withdrawn . stamp on verso of title page.. 1885. First Edition. Softcover. Ex-Library; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; Ornate paper vellum wraps printed in two colors, 39p. , portrait. **"The Right Reverend ... Bishop of Chester With the Writer's Sincere Respect." Concise DNB: "His library, which was famous throughtout Europe, was bought by George I and presented to Cambridge University.: .