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An Analytical Study of Counseling Theory and Practice with Recommendations for the Philosophy of Counseling

By Brady, Dominic

Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1952. First Edition . Soft cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. x, 128pp. Some general light wear and mild soiling and yellowing to covers. An ink-stamp to first page and signed by author to title-page. Else, no writing to interior. Overall, a good, clean, sound copy

$30.00

Constantine's Vision of the Cross

By Nicholson, Oliver

Leiden: Brill, 2000. Soft cover. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Offprint from Vigiliae Christianae 53, 309-323pp. No covers. Several minor dings and creases to extremities. Text clean and binding sound. Neatly inscribed by author to Rutherford Aris on first page

$25.00

L'Itinerarium Burdigalense e la Puglia (Estratto da Vetera Christianorum 3 (1966))

By Gelsomino, Remo

Bari: Istituto di Letteratura Cristiana Antica, 1966. Soft cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 49pp. Circa 1966. Off-print. Actual date of publication unknown. Some general light wear to wrappers, with a little damage to head of spine. Mild soiling to exterior. Back free endpaper neatly torn out and no longer present. Author inscription to first leaf. Text clean and binding sound. SCARCE

$30.00

Liberal Catholicism, Reform Catholicism, Modernism:  A Contribution to a New Orientation in Modernist Research
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Liberal Catholicism, Reform Catholicism, Modernism: A Contribution to a New Orientation in Modernist Research

By Thomas Michael Loome

Mainz: Matthias-Grunewald-Verlag, 1979. Soft cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. viii, 452pp. Tubinger Theologische Studien Band 14. Several small bumps and minor creases to extremities and light wear here and there to exterior, and a touch of soiling to edges of pages. Inscribed by author to first leaf, else, text clean. Binding sound. Remains a good, clean, sound copy

$85.00

Ireland & Europe: In Times of World Change. Humbert International School Chronicle and Directory 1987-2002

By John Cooney; Tony McGarry

Dublin: Humbert International School Publication, 2002. First Edition . Hardcover. Good+/Good+. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 378pp. Binding just slightly cocked and very light wear to a few places on cloth. Light wear in a few places to dust-jacket, at extremities, including a couple of mildly frayed areas, though jacket remains attractive. Nicely inscribed by Cooney to title-page. Text clean and binding sound. An attractive copy

$20.00

Blaise Pascal:  Reasons of the Heart
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Blaise Pascal: Reasons of the Heart

By Marvin R. O'Connell

Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1997. First Paperback Edition . Soft cover. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. xxii, 210pp. Inscribed by author on title-page to Henri Du Lac. Just light wear and a few minor dings to extremities. Interior includes the aforementioned inscription, as well as the previous owner's book label to front inside cover; else, text clean

$25.00

Everything Unnecessary You'll Ever Need to Know

By Barron, Bruce

New York: Vantage Press, 1997. First Edition . Soft cover. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. x, 111pp. Inscribed by author to front free endpaper. A few very minor dings and light wear to extremities of volume. Text clean and binding sound. A nice, clean, sound copy

$20.00

Synodus Dioecesana Chicagiensis Prima, Juxta Normam a Conc. Balt. III. Praestitutam Habita in Ecclesia Metropolitana SS. Nominis. Die XIII. Decembris, A.D. MDCCCLXXXVII

By Patritio Augustino Feehan (Archbishop of Chicago)

Chicagiae (Chicago): Ex Typis Cameron, Amberg et Sociorum, 1887. Cloth. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. xxv, 65pp. Text in Latin. Synod Documents for the Archdiocese of Chicago. Several minor bumps to extremities of volume, with minor wear and mild soiling to exterior. Just a touch of rubbing to otherwise clear and bright gilt lettering to spine. The same applies to front cover. Inscription in ink in 1889 to front printer's blank, else, text clean. Inscribed to Archbishop Ireland by Fr. Thomas Cashman (in the list of Examinatores Cleri and Procuratores Cleri, printed in the text), 2nd Pastor of St. Jarlath's in Chicago. A good, clean, sound and attractive copy

$100.00

Saint Francois D'Assise (Autograph Edition)

By P. Subercaseaux Errazuriz

Boston: Marshall Jones Company, 1925. First Edition . Hardcover. Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. xviii, 199pp., (ii). Autograph edition. Bi-lingual text, with French and corresponding English text, throughout. Ex-library. This signed, limited edition is limited to 225 copies, though this copy was not numbered. Rebound in red buckram. Small bumps to corners of boards, with general light to medium wear to covers. Light soiling to edges of pages. Minor crack to hinges, though binding remains firm. Minor edge wear to a few pages. Text clean. All called for plates are present and in very good condition

$75.00

Life of Cardinal Manning Archbishop of Westminster in Two Volumes. Vol. I: Manning as an Anglican. Vol. II: Manning as a Catholic (With 3 Signed Letters)

By Edmund Sheridan Purcell; Henry Edward Manning; William Manning

London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd, 1895. Second Edition . Leather. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Two volumes: xix, (iii), 702pp. (1895); ix, (i), 832pp. (1896). With 3 Autographed Letters Signed (or 2 ALS and 1 Autographed Note Signed, as some refer to shorter signed notes), with 2 by Cardinal Manning and 1 by Manning's father, William Manning. Bound in brown 1/2 leather, with 6 compartments to spine, and gilt lettering over 2 black labels on each spine. Gilt stamped decorations to 4 compartments on each spine. Each letter by Cardinal Manning is tipped in to a front printer's blank of a volume, with the letter from Manning's father laid in. Original envelope for 2 Cardinal Manning letters is laid in. Envelope is clearly addressed to Msgr. Moore of Kensington and has as the return address on verso the Archbishop's House in Westminster. One letter by Cardinal Manning is a sanctioning by the Cardinal of Msgr. Moore's work to reduce or eliminate debt for the Cathedral, while the 2nd letter to Moore is short and simple and essentially states that Manning thinks he has written all that he ought to say and mentions to Moore that he may leave out the paragraph about the debt. Based on the content and construction of each letter, it is uncertain whether or not the two letters are definitely connected, though they appear to be. The third letter, by Manning's father, was written on behalf of an "unfortunate young man who was the cause of my former letter", and whom, if the letter is being interpreted correctly, William Manning is raising money for, so that the young man may join his regiment without any financial burdens. The elder Manning was at one time the Governor of the Bank of England. Some light wear to exterior of volumes, mainly at joints and extremities, with a small bump and worn through area to upper corner of back board of volume 2. Edges of pages marbled, and same to endpapers, with a scuff mark to fore-edges of pages of volume 1. Minor foxing to pages. Aside from previous owner's information (R. N. Green-Armitage) in ink, in a neat hand, and a very small number of stray ink marks and marks and notes in pencil, in a neat hand, text clean; binding sound. There are just a few ink marks in margins of a few pages and are not in the lease bit offensive. Minor discoloration in a few places to exterior, though this, too, is not offensive. An attractive set

$400.00

Argyria:  The Pharmacology of Silver
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Argyria: The Pharmacology of Silver

By William R. Hill; Donald M. Pillsbury

Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Company, 1939. First Edition . Cloth. Good+/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. vii, 172pp. Inscribed by one of the authors, William Hill. Inscription reads "To Andy Rivers for kindness to Bill Hill". Dr. Andrew B. Rivers was a prominent physician from the May Clinic in the mid-20th century. Rivers was once the personal physician of Harry Hopkins, one of the architects of the New Deal. Pillsbury is considered by some to be one of if not the most influential dermatologists of the 20th century. This volume sat untouched in a nice library for many decades. Bound in original dark blue cloth. Just light wear in a few places to exterior, with, perhaps, just a hint of a bump to each of the top corners of the boards. Gold lettering to spine is clear and fresh. Text clean and binding sound. An attractive copy of this very scare book

$300.00

Archangel: The American War With Russia

By A Chronicler

Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co, 1924. Cloth. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. (xi), 216pp. Inscribed by author to front free endpaper. Bound in dark blue cloth, with clear and bright gilt lettering to spine and front cover. Several small worn areas to exterior, though exterior remains attractive. Frontispiece partially detached. Minor creasing to interior, here and there. Text clean and binding sound. Remains an attractive copy

$75.00

Svenska helgon

By Lunden, Tryggve

Stockholm: Verbum, 1972. Soft cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 272pp. Inscribed by author in 1973 to title-page. Exterior is quite worn. Binding is a little shaken, but all leaves remain intact. Text clean. A good reading copy

$20.00

Il Viaggio: Esperienza mistica di Angela da Foligno

By Alfonsi, Domenico

Foligno: Cenacolo B. Angela, 1991. First Edition . Soft cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 175pp., (i). Text in Italian. Ex-library. Several minor dings to extremities of volume and just light wear to exterior. Inscribed by author to title-page. Minor, unobtrusive pencil marks and notes, here and there. A good, clean, sound, user friendly copy

$25.00

Clare and Francis: O Let the Faithful People Sing

By Hutmacher, Robert M.

St. Bonaventure, N.Y.: Franciscan Institute Publications, St. Bonaventure University, 1993. Soft cover. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Inscribed by author to first page. Previous owner's ink-stamp to first page. Text clean and binding sound

$10.00

Birgittas varld

By Klockars, Birgit

Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell Forlag AB, 1973. Soft cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 205pp. General medium wear to exterior, with a touch of soiling to same. Text clean and binding sound. With an ALS (autograph letter signed) laid in. Author sent letter from Finland to a friend in the United States, asking him to translate an article on St. Bridgette that she wrote

$20.00

Gotlands Medeltida Kyrkoliv - biskop och prostar. En kyrkorattslig studie

By Pernler, Sven-Erik

Visby: Barry Press Forlag, 1977. First Edition . Soft cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 301pp. Several small bumps and minor creases to extremities, with mild soiling to exterior. Inscribed by author to title-page, with previous owner's info. in ink to same page. Else, text clean. Binding sound

$25.00

En Romantikens Kyrkoman: Frans Michael Franzen och den andliga fornyelsen i Sverige under forra delen av 1800-talet

By Anderson, Sven L.

Uppsala: Teologiska Institutionen, 1977. Soft cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 217pp. Inscribed by author to front inside cover. Bound in original wrappers. A number of small bumps and creases to extremities. Several short tears to extremities of volume, including several small chips. Light soiling and mild spotting to covers. Pencil to a few pages. Binding sound

$20.00

Everywhere in Chains:  A Novel
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Everywhere in Chains: A Novel

By Casper, James

San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2013. First Edition . Cloth. Very Good-/Very Good-. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 256pp., (i). Just a hint of a bump to lower corner of back board. Just light wear in a few places to dust-jacket, at extremities. Inscribed by author to title-page, with a typed letter, signed, by author, too. Some creasing to letter at extremities. A nice, clean, sound copy

$15.00

The Old Lady of Farnam Street: The Story of The Omaha Building

By Pohlenz, Dean

Omaha, Nebraska: Barnhart Press, 1983. First Edition . Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. iii, 219pp. Circa 1983. Save for a few minor pencil marks to text and ink-notes to margins of illustrations, text clean. Slightly cocked. Small bump to lower corner of front board with light to medium soiling to cloth. Binding tight. No dust-jacket. Previous owner's information in ink to front free endpaper. Author inscription to same. Still an attractive copy

$15.00

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