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Déclaration des droits de l'Homme, et articles de Constitution présentés au roi, avec sa réponse du 5 Octobre soir. [Extrait des procês-verbaux de l'Assemblée Nationale, Des 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 Aout & premier Octobre 1789. Déclaration des droit... - ["MEN ARE BORN AND REMAIN FREE AND EQUAL IN RIGHTS"] by [MOUNIER, MIRABEAU, DEMEUNIER, etc., etc.] - 1789

by [MOUNIER, MIRABEAU, DEMEUNIER, etc., etc.]

Déclaration des droits de l'Homme, et articles de Constitution présentés au roi, avec sa réponse du 5 Octobre soir. [Extrait des procês-verbaux de l'Assemblée Nationale, Des 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 Aout & premier Octobre 1789. Déclaration des droit... - ["MEN ARE BORN AND REMAIN FREE AND EQUAL IN RIGHTS"] by [MOUNIER, MIRABEAU, DEMEUNIER, etc., etc.] - 1789

Déclaration des droits de l'Homme, et articles de Constitution présentés au roi, avec sa réponse du 5 Octobre soir. [Extrait des procês-verbaux de l'Assemblée Nationale, Des 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 Aout & premier Octobre 1789. Déclaration des droit... - ["MEN ARE BORN AND REMAIN FREE AND EQUAL IN RIGHTS"]

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1789. Paris, Chez Baudouin, Imprimeur de l'Assamblée Nationale, 1789. 8vo. Bound in an exquisite later red half morocco with gilt spine. Top edge gilt. (1) f. (title-page), 8 pp. ("Déclaration des droits de l'Homme en société"), 6 pp. ("Articles de Constitution"), (1) f. ("Réponse du Roi"), (1) f. (blank). Woodcut head-pieces. Title-page slightly bowned, otherwise in excellent condition. A truly excellent copy. The exceedingly scarce true first printing, in an incredibly rare form of off-print/separate printing, of one of the most important and influential documents in the history of mankind, namely the French Human Rights Declaration, containing also the articles for the first French Constitution. This groundbreaking publication constitutes a monumental change in the structure of the human world, providing all citizens with individual rights that we now take for granted. This monument of humanist thought appeared in the "Procès verbal de l'Assemblée Nationale", copies of which are also very difficult to obtain. There, however, the two parts appeared without a title-page and without the final blank, which together constitute a form of wrappers for this off-print/separate printing, of which only five or six other copies are known and which is present in merely one or two libraries world-wide. As far as we now, only one other copy has been on the private market, and that did not have the blank back wrapper. This exceedingly rare separate printing of the Human Rights Declaration, with the Constitution, was intended for the inner circle of those participating in its creation and was limited to a very restricted number of copies - all of which will have been owned by the creators of the Declaration. This epochal document is just as important today as it was when it was formulated during the French Revolution in 1789, and since 2003, the Declaration has been listed in the UNESCO Memory of World Register - "This fundamental legacy of the French Revolution formed the basis of the United Nations Declaration of 1948 and is of universal value". Few other documents in the history of mankind has done as much to determine the way we live and think, the way Western societies are structured and governed, and few other documents have had such a direct impact upon our constitutional rights and the way we view ourselves and others in society. It is here that we find the formulation of liberty and equality upon which so much of Western political and moral thought is based - that all "men are born and remain free and equal in rights" (Article 1), which were specified as the rights of liberty, private property, the inviolability of the person, and resistance to oppression (Article 2); that all citizens were equal before the law and were to have the right to participate in legislation directly or indirectly (Article 6); no one was to be arrested without a judicial order (Article 7); Freedom of religion (Article 10) and freedom of speech (Article 11) were safeguarded within the bounds of public "order" and "law", etc., etc.The content of the document that were to change the Western world for good emerged largely from the ideals of the Enlightenment. "The sources of the Declaration included the major thinkers of the French Enlightenment, such as Montesquieu, who had urged the separation of powers, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who wrote of general will-the concept that the state represents the general will of the citizens. The idea that the individual must be safeguarded against arbitrary police or judicial action was anticipated by the 18th-century parlements, as well as by writers such as Voltaire. French jurists and economists such as the physiocrats had insisted on the inviolability of private property." (Encycl. Britt.).The key drafts were prepared by Lafayette, working at times with Thomas Jefferson. In August 1789, Honoré Mirabeau played a central role in conceptualizing and drafting the Declaration. On August 26, 1789, in the midst of The French Revolution, the last article of the Declaration was adopted by the National Constituent Assembly, as the first step towards a constitution for France. "In 1789 the people of France brought about the abolishment of the absolute monarchy and set the stage for the establishment of the first French Republic. Just six weeks after the storming of the Bastille, and barely three weeks after the abolition of feudalism, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (French: La Déclaration des Droits de l'Homme et du Citoyen) was adopted by the National Constituent Assembly as the first step toward writing a constitution for the Republic of France.The Declaration proclaims that all citizens are to be guaranteed the rights of "liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression." It argues that the need for law derives from the fact that "...the exercise of the natural rights of each man has only those borders which assure other members of the society the enjoyment of these same rights." Thus, the Declaration sees law as an "expression of the general will," intended to promote this equality of rights and to forbid "only actions harmful to the society." (www.humanrights.com). This sensational document became the crowning achievement of the French Revolution; it came to accelerate the overthrow of the "Ancien Régime" and sowed the seed of an extremely radical re-ordering of society. The Declaration interchanged the pre-revolutionary division of society -in the clergy, the aristocracy, and the common people- with a general equality - "All the citizens, being equal in [the eyes of the law], are equally admissible to all public dignities, places, and employments, according to their capacity and without distinction other than that of their virtues and of their talents" (From Article VI), upon which today's society is still based. It is hard to imagine a work that is more important to the foundation of the society that we live in today.
The Civil Code of Lower Canada and the Bills of Exchange Act 1890: With All Statutory Amendments...

The Civil Code of Lower Canada and the Bills of Exchange Act 1890: With All Statutory Amendments Verified, Collated and Indexed

by Weir, Robert Stanley D.C.L.

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C. Theoret Law Book Publisher, Montreal, 1903. First Edition. Cloth and Leather Bound Hardcover. Near Fine/--. 6 3/4H x 5 1/8W x 7/8 inch. NON SMOKING STORE. My listing includes PHOTO OF ACTUAL BOOK for sale. Book NEAR FINE/ Covers Very Good Plus. Very gently read, if at all. Sewn binding. In its original boards which have a design in blue, red, black, light brown and white in a kind of “c” shape with the opening of the “c” downwards. The spine, quarter boards and triangular covers of all corners are brown leather. The spine has 4 raised sections done in a rope design, two of them framing a red area where the title is done in gilt. The front cover has the paper worn away on top and bottom board edges, exposing the board but with almost no erosion of the boards. The front cover design area has several areas where it is worn away but only the surface design is gone, the board is whole and strong underneath, there are no holes and no gouges or rips. The front cover leather corners… Read More
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A General Abridgment of Cases in Equity, Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery, &c....
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London: Printed by W. Strahan and M. Woodfall, for T. Waller, 1769. Hardcover. Very Good +. The Second Edition, with many References and considerable Additions." Attributed variously to Robert Foley, Sir Geoffrey Gilbert, Matthew Bacon, and Henry Pooley. cf. British Museum Catalogue. Vol. 2 only. [22], 780, [42] p.; 37 cm. Folio. Contemporary full calf with seven spine compartments between raised bands. Leather labels in second and third compartments with gilt-tooled title "Cases in Equity Abridg" and volume number. Former owner's name on front free endpaper: S. Cadwalader. In Very Good+ Condition: modern Japanese tissue repair of spine and joints; edges rubbed; small scrapes on boards; pages are clean and tight. This is quite heavy. For international shipping, it will have to be sent by international priority.
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William M. Kennedy, vs. Samuel T. Bodine and the Commissioners and Inhabitants of the Kensington...

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Philadelphia: s.n., 1847. Pamphlet. Very Good. 16 p.; 22 cm. Disbound from a volume of unrelated 19th-century pamphlets. "22" in ink at upper right-hand corner of first page. Caption title. At head of title: "Supreme Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania. July 1847, No. 40." William M. Kennedy claimed that his property running from Maiden St. to the adjacent wharf in the Kensington District of the Northern Liberties (at the time not part of the city of Philadelphia) included half of the street and the wharf itself. Elihu Duplessis Tarr (d. 1851) and John Meredith Read (1797-1874) represented Samuel Tucker Bodine (1810-1879) and the commissioners and residents of Kensington, offering the history of the property back to the orignal 1689 grant to Michael Neilson and through its ownership by William Masters and his descendants to show that both the street and the wharf had been public property. Very scarce. In Very Good Condition: disbound; light foxing, primarily on first page; otherwise, clean.
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Some Objections to a Joint Resolution, Passed at the Last Session of the Legislature, and about...

Some Objections to a Joint Resolution, Passed at the Last Session of the Legislature, and about to be submitted at the Approaching Session, Recommending to the People of Pennsylvania an Elective Judiciary [Craig Biddle provenance]

by Ingersoll, Charles, attributed

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S.l.: s.n., 1849. Pamphlet. Very Good -. 61 p.; 22 cm. Disbound from a volume of unrelated 19th-century pamphlets. "23" in ink at upper right-hand corner of title page. In lower half of title page: "by Charles Ingersoll." No publication information. Charles Ingersoll (1805-1882) was the son of Charles Jared Ingersoll (1782-1862), both lawyers in Philadelphia. Charles Ingersoll was the author of several other publications on legal matters. Although opposed by the author of this publication, whether Charles Ingersoll or another, the joint resolution led to an amendment of the Pennsylvania constitution in 1850 introducing the elective judiciary to the state. In the upper right-hand corner of the title page is the partially cropped signature of Craig Biddle (1823-1910), who was a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1850 and later a judge. Marginal notations in ink by Biddle, and others in pencil, possibly by another hand. Unfortunately, both the fore-edges and the upper edges were… Read More
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Traité Général de Droit Administratif Appliqué ou Exposé de la Doctrine et de la...
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Traité Général de Droit Administratif Appliqué ou Exposé de la Doctrine et de la Jurisprudence par M. G. Dufour [4 volumes]

by Dufour, Gabriel Michel

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Paris: Delamotte Aîné, 1843. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. 4 volumes published from 1843 to 1845. xv, [1], 680 p.; [4], 3, [1], 622 p.; [4], 756 p.; [4], 780 p.; 22 cm. Contemporary calf spines with marbled paper over boards. Five spine compartments with red leather spine labels with gilt-tooled title in second compartment and black leather spine labels with gilt-tooled volume number in fourth compartment. Gilt-tooled decoration in remaining compartments. Imprint includes: "et chez l'Auteur, Rue Godot de Mauroy, 25." Vol. 2 contains a 3-page advertisement for Cours de Droit Francais suivant le Code Civil by Duranton published by G. Thorel and E. Guilbert. Very scarce. In Very Good Condition: rubbed; minor loss at head of vol. 3 spine; foxing on first few leaves of each volume; otherwise, clean and tight.
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Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench ----- From the Fifth Year of K.William...
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Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench ----- From the Fifth Year of K.William and Q.Mary to the Tenth Year of Queen Anne

by SALKELD, William / D'ANVERS Knightley

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London: T Osborne, 1742 Two volumes bound together comprising ; vol 1 - pp xii + 1-410, vol 2 - pp x + 411-800, and tables - pp cvi. Internally in very good condition, recently rebound in full calf.
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The Whole Proceedings on the Trial of an Action brought by Thomas Walker, Merchant, against...
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The Whole Proceedings on the Trial of an Action brought by Thomas Walker, Merchant, against William Roberts, barrister at law, for a Libel

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Manchester, 1791 " Tried by a special jury at the assizes at Lancaster, March 28, 1791, before the Hon. Sir Alexander Thomson, Knight. " pp 208 ; internally very good subject to slight browning, signature of an Anne Walker on the blank sheet preceding the title page. Binding firm subject to that sheet deached Cover, which looks to be contemporary, somewhat worn but still sound ; joins between boards and spine cracked but holding.
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery, during the twenty-sixth...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery, during the twenty-sixth year of the Reign of his Present Majesty

by BROWN, William

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Dublin, 1787 pp 30 + 664 ( but as not all pages carry numbers, the actual number is greater) + 34 ; covers approximately six hundred cases heard between 1785 and 1789 ( date on title page seemingly incorrect) . Internally very good, signature on fep, owners coat of arms on inside of front cover; binding firm. Cover , looks to be 2nd half 19th cent, has some wear and markings, but is sound.
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The practick part of the law: shewing the office of a compleat attorney in the full prosecution...

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London: London, printed by Tho: Roycroft, for H. Twyford, and are to be sold at his shop in Vine Court, Middle Temple, 1653., 1653. 2nd Edition . Leather. Fair. Description: (5¾ × 3¾ in): [4], 208, 193-384, [19] p. Contemporary green vellum. · Register: 8º: A^2 B-2D^8 2E^2 (I3 signed 'F3'; 2C3 signed 'Cc2'). · Condition: Book block loose from case, but the cords on the boards align with the cords on the book block; worm trail in text, affecting some letters on most pages; endpapers worn with numerous early manuscript notes; fraying to fore edge of first two and last four gatherings. · Comments: Second edition, published one year after the first. A very popular guide, reprinted and expanded numerous times down to 1724. · References: S&M 1:276(122); Wing T7B; ESTC R38210, R184820.
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State Traffic Law Enforcement
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State Traffic Law Enforcement

by George E. Miller & David M. Baldwin

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1947 National Safety Council, Chicago trade hardcover format with dustjacket. Dustjacket in overall Very Good minus condition, two enclosed rips along the seam of the front panel, spine end extremities chipped, top spine is chipped, light overall aging; looks very good in brodart protective sleeve. The dustjacket is printing on low quality paper, it's nice to find one in any condition. "Ellington Air Force Base; Ground Safety Deps; Dec. 1953" is penned in lead based ink on the ffep and grounds the history on this piece. One lead based ink dot that bleeds through page 47 to 48, top edge lightly toned, else pages are clean & unmarked. Included to the photographic illustrations in the book are pictures of men in uniform representing all 50 states, photographs of police vehicles of that day, a early Texas Ranger on horseback & more. Red cloth covered boards are clean, faint wear on the corners, spine end extremities, gold lettering on spine is fine. Binding tight & straight. In overall Very Good / Very… Read More
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The Sky and the Forest
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The Sky and the Forest

by Forester, C.S

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C.S. Forester: The Sky and the Forest. Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Stated First Edition First Printing Thus August, 1948. Cover price $2.75. Used. VG BOOK/VG UNCLIPPED DUST JACKET. A story of a central Africa. By C.S. Forester, author of the Admiral Hornblower series.
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Samuel The Seeker
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Samuel The Seeker

by Sinclair, Upton

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Sinclair, Upton. Samuel, The Seeker Copyright 1910. Apparently published by author. No publisher stated. First Edition. States printed at Western Printing and Lithography, Racine, WI. Yellow Boards with black titling. Used. Very Good/ No Dj is Included. Rare/Scarce. A nice copy.
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Remembered Death (aka Sparkling Cyanide) G&D Hardcover w/DJ 1945

Remembered Death (aka Sparkling Cyanide) G&D Hardcover w/DJ 1945

by Christie, Agatha

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Christie, Agatha: Remembered Death (aka Sparkling Cyanide) 1945 HARDCOVER WITH DUST JACKET. Unabridged. Please see our stock photo. Used. VG/Fair unclipped DJ. 209 pages. 5 3/8 X 7 ¾. A COLONEL RACE MYSTERY.
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Shoot to Kill?

Shoot to Kill?

by Asmal, Kader

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Three Blind Mice (Agatha Christie Mystery Collection)

Three Blind Mice (Agatha Christie Mystery Collection)

by Christie, Agatha

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Three Blind Mice (Agatha Christie Mystery Collection) (aka The Mousetrap). Black faux leather binding. First Edition Thus Bantam Books Inc., NY, September, 1988. Number line: 0987654321. As New. Summary: "A blinding snowstorm—and a homicidal maniac—traps a small party of friends in an isolated estate." THE MOUSETRAP: Known as the "world's longest-running play," The Moustrap has been running since 1952 and celebrated 70 years in London in 2022."
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The Man In The Brown Suit
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The Man In The Brown Suit

by Christie, Agatha

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703 ChristieBrownSuit The Man In The Brown Suit. By Agatha Christie. Publisher: The Bodley Head Ltd., London, 1958, Stated Fourth Impression Thus,1970. ISBN 0370006720. Please see our stock photos. EXLIB. Good Condition/Good Original Shakel & Ryder Dust Jacket with Yellow spine, black titling, woman and ship cover art. Protected in mylar wrap. "States new and redesigned Edition, Fourth Impression, 80p. Blue boards with black titling. Our book spine has skinned spot at the word "brown" from removal of scotch tape. Plot Summary: Who is he, the man in the brown suit? He says he is a doctor; but Anne Beddingfield, who witnesses the fatal accident at a London tube station, is quick to notice some curious features about him when he comes to the scene. Her investigation of the accident leads her into the thick of mystery. This novel is more than an ingenious puzzle: It is a gripping suspense story."
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Dead-Eye Dick

by Vonnegut, Kurt

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Vonnegut, Kurt. Dead-Eye Dick. 1982, DELACORTE PRESS/SEYMOUR LAWRENCE . FIRST EDITION. Used. VG/G+ Condition. Back DJ photo of author taken by Jill Krementz. Plot Summary: "Deadeye Dick is a tragic tale of "gun nuts and nukes," Vonnegut tells Miller Rudy Waltz, the protagonist, while playing around as a child in his father's upstairs gun room, fires off a round from a high-powered rifle and accidentally kills a pregnant woman as she vacuums her apartment several blocks away."
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Jailbird

Jailbird

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Vonnegut, Kurt. Jailbird. 1979. Delacorte Press/ Seymour Lawrence. First Edition. Used. Good+ Unclipped DJ. Back cover author photo. 245 pages, Indexed. Plot summary: "This thematically and narratively complex book tells the life story of Walter Starbuck, ex-socialist, ex-capitalist, and ex-con. Moving fluidly back and forth between past and present, incident and insight, irony and irony, the novel explores themes relating to the tension between capitalism and communism, layers of meaning inherent in layers of identity, fact, and fiction, and the inter-connectedness of all things."
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Rumpole and the Angel of Death
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by John Mortimer

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Viking, 1995. Hardcover. Condition:As New Very . Dust Jacket Condition: As New and unclipped. First American Edition, All pages clean and unmarked
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The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Modern Library ML 35)
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The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Modern Library ML 35)

by Hugo, Victor

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Hugo, Victor. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Modern Library ML 35) Undated, circa 1950, Random House. States complete and unabridged. USED. VG/VG price-clipped original publisher's DJ. Sorry about the group photo, but Please see the item listed for sale here at 2nd book lower row. Front cover illustration depicts Quasimodo atop a moonlit gargoyled roof-top. Red boards, black topstain. 416 pages plus adverts. 4 3/4 X 7 3/8. Summary: Classic title by French Author Victor Hugo about cruelty, courage, and love.
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