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    Programming the Universe by Seth Lloyd

    Seth Lloyd is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT and a principal investigator at the Research Laboratory of Electronics. He is also adjunct assistant professor at the Santa Fe Institute. He designed the first feasible quantum computer, and works on problems having to do with information and complex systems from the very small (how do atoms process information? how can you make them compute?) to the very large (how does society process information? And how can we understand society in terms of its ability to process information?). His seminal work in the fields of quantum computation and quantum communications--including proposing the first technologically feasible design for a quantum computer--has gained him a reputation as an innovator and leader in the field of quantum computing. Lloyd has been featured widely in the mainstream media including the front page of The New York Times , Los Angeles Times , The Washington Post , The Economist , Wired , The Dallas Morning News , and The Times (London), among others. His name also frequently appears (both as writer and subject) in the pages of Nature , New Scientist , Science , and Scientific American .

    An Introduction To Database Systems by C J Date

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    Ever So Far Away (No. 2 of Three Songs of the Heather) by Boulton, Harold (words); Braun, Charles (music)

    London: J. B. Cramer & Co. Sheet music in good condition, an acceptable working copy. Some marking and light creasing to covers, small splits at spine ends, slight crease down centre of covers and pages. Light marking and creasing internally, generally clean. Unbound as published. 4 pages of music, voice and piano. Copyright 1899, publishing date probably early 20th century. . Soft Cover. Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.



    The Goodwood Road Racing Club Yearbook(s). 1998 by GOODWOOD

    Oblong 8vo. Numerous illustrations. Racing green cloth, metal badge to upper covers, slipcase, a fine copy.



    TYPED LETTER TO HAROLD RUGG SIGNED BY MAX LERNER. Together with 2 pages of Rugg's autograph notes on possible speakers for his lecture series. by Lerner, Max. (1902-1992). Controversial American journalist

    New York: October 6, 1948.. 1948.. Very good. - 119 words typed on a sheet of New York Star letterhead, 10-1/2 inches high by 7-1/4 inches high. Signed "Max". There is light creasing to the letterhead at top right with a light paper-clip mark to the top edge. Folded twice for mailing. Together with 2 pages of Harold Rugg's scribbled ink notes on possible speakers for his lecture series. The letter is in very good condition. <p>Max Lerner, after regretting that he is unable to accept an invitation to speak in Harold Rugg's lecture series, writes: "By the way, have I told you how much I enjoyed your book? I liked your discussion of Veblen so well that I put it into the bibliography of my Portable Veblen....".<p>Max Lerner [1902-1992] was an American journalist and educator known for his controversial syndicated column in the New York Post. The column, which debuted in 1949, earned him a place on Nixon's enemies list. His most influential book was "America as a Civilization: Life and Thought in the United States Today" [1957].<p>One of the most [significant educators during the Progressive era of education, Harold Rugg [1886-1960] was a professor of education at Teachers College of Columbia University. A Civil Engineer, he had become interested in how students learn and pursued a doctorate in education. He was responsible for producing the very first series of school textbooks from 1929 until the 1940s. The second page of Rugg's notes on possible lecturers lists "Labor Speakers", including the editor of "Labor and Nation" and trade union officials.



    Sweet Estelle ('Neath the Old Acorn Tree) by Helf, J. Fred

    New York: Helf & Hager Co., 1907. Lyrics by C.M. Denison. One-third split/tissue-repaired at fold, small tear to foreedge, else very good. Full-cover illustration by Starmer with small photo inset of Sadie Helf -- evidently the publisher. Excerpts from other Helf/Hagar songs on back. Rare. 6 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Starmer. Book.



    COMMODORE PC PERSONAL COMPUTER MS-DOS 3.2 User's Guide & Reference by Commodore Electronics Limited

    Commodore Electronics Limited. Good+. 1987. Spiral bound. Soiling to the covers. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 340 pages .



    Notes on a Lewis Gun Course, 1917 by Broad, Reginald G

    Ghorpuri: Broad. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Cover rubbed. 1917. First Edition. Marbled hardback boards with black cloth spine. 230mm x 180mm (9" x 7"). 98pp. Hand-written journal of a course taken at Ghorpuri September 30th - October 15th 1917. Complete with photograph and typewritten firing notes. .



    The Klezmer Fiddler. Jewish Music of Celebration. Signed copy by Jones, Edward Huws

    London: Boosey and Hawkes. G : in good condition with lightly creased covers. 2001. First Edition. Illustrated laminated card cover. 300mm x 230mm (12" x 9"). 32pp. Signed and dedicated on the title page by the author. Includes optional easy violin and guitar. .



    Memoirs of Children of the Manse by Macleod, Clara

    Edinburgh: John Wilson, 1961. Bound in blue cloth with gilt titling. In very good condition. Boards are very slightly bowed, otherwise clean throughout, binding is very good. 78 pages. 'Told by the last survivor of the family of Donald MacLeod, first minister of St. Columba's Church of Scotland, Pont Street, London.' With 5 illustrations. . Cloth. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



    Musical Monthly. A Magazine of New Copyright Music, The. by Benedict, Sir Julius

    London.: Enoch and Sons., 1875. Bound in deep blue cloth with decoration on the cover, glit inlay surrounding the titling. A bright and attractive looking cover, some minor rubbing to the edges, a tight and secure binding. Some minor toning and marking internally. 240 pages. A rich compendium of music by more than 45 composers. Volume 1. Circa 1875.. Decorative Cloth. Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.



    Ancienne Arabie by MANESSON-MALLET, Allain

    Paris: Denys Thierry, 1683. unbound. Miniature map. Copper plate engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 7 x 4.25". Sheet measures 8.25" x 5.5". This miniature map of Ancient Arabia details the Arabian Peninsula in classical times. Pictorial mountain ranges divide the region in distinct zones of Arabie Petree, Deserte, and Heureuse. Within, significant cities, and rivers are labeled. The map has a yellow border with pink trompe'loeil banner bearing the title affixed to it. The map appeared in the French edition of Manesson-Mallet's "Description de L'Univers" and bears the text "De L'Asie. Figure LXXX." in the top margin. It is in good condition with minor discoloration at the edges. Allain Manesson-Mallet (1630-1706) advanced from his position of musket bearer under Louis XIV to eventually occupy the position of "maitre de mathematiques" to the French King. He was the author and engraver of "Description de L'Univers," a five-volume survey of the world that included maps of the ancient and modern world, star maps, illustrations of flora and fauna, and information on the customs, religion and government of the many nations included in the text. At the time, the text was the largest and most comprehensive work of its kind ever published. Intended to entertain its readers, Mallet's "Description" was a time capsule of the 17th-century world that captured and displayed it in all its splendor.



    The Life Elysian. Being more leaves from the autobiography of a soul in Paradise. Recorded for the author by.. by LEES, Robert James

    London: Rider & Co., [c.1910].. Sixth impression, 8vo, 287, (1) pp. Cloth, slight fading to spine, d.w. with some loss to the edges and the middle of the spine. Scarce. "The Author disclaims all person responsibility for this remarkable narrative, which he maintains that he received direct through spirit agency and of which... he merely plays the role of recorder on behalf of his 'Angelic Visitors'" (from the upper flap of the wrapper).



    Dame Wiggins of Lee and Her Seven Wonderful Cats. by Miniaturre

    York UK: The Circle Press, 1992 Frontispiece engraving and 20 half page engravings Special edition bound in white lamb, All edges gilded. Moire endpapers. No 30 of a special limited edition of 85 copies.The ordinary edition is bound in green calf. Based on the original John Ruskin edition.



    Modern Magic by Brunker, Ronald

    London: Forsyth Brothers Ltd. G : in good condition without dust jacket as issued. Previous owner's inscription to fep and front cover. 1934. First Edition. Paper covers. 300mm x 240mm (12" x 9"). 9pp. .



    And Ye Shall Walk in Slik Attire. The Vocal Gems of Scotland No 10 by Muller, J M

    Edinburgh: Wood & Co. G : in Good condition. Light foxing. [1850]. Reprint. Paper sheets. 340mm x 240mm (13" x 9"). 4pp. Words and music. .



    Lewis : A History of the Island by MacDonald, Donald

    Edinburgh: Gordon Wright, 1978. Hard back in near very good condition. Sunning and minor rubbing to cover edges. Previous owner's inscription on front end paper, otherwise clean internally, binding is good and secure. In very good dust jacket with very slight creasing to edges. 224 pages with 56 illustrations. . Hard Cover. Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



    An Essay on Archery: Describing the Practice of That Art, in All Ages and Nations by Moseley, Walter Michael

    Worcester: Printed by J. and J. Holl and sold by J. Robson, London. G : in Good condition with marbled eps. Rebacked. Cover rubbed. Heraldic book-plate on paste-down. 1792. First Edition. Brown hardback leather cover in modern slip case. 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). x, 348pp. Frontispiece engraving, title page vignette and 4 engraved plates. Heraldic book-plate of John Marriott. .



    Pictorial History of Parliament House Edinburgh

    London: Pitkin Pictorials Ltd A staple bound soft cover in near very good condition. Minor rubbing to covers, internally very clean, binding is very good. 24 pages. No date, circa 1960s.. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



    Grasshoppers and Butterflies: The Light 3 Pounders of Pattison and Townshend by Caruana, Adrian B

    Bloomfield, Ontario: Museum Restoration Service. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. Cover lightly creased. 1979. First Edition. Yellow card cover. 280mm x 210mm (11" x 8"). 32pp. Line drawings. .



    Mermaid Polka by Hewitt, H.D

    New York: William Hall and Son, 1850. 6pp. Sheet music for the Mermaid Polka, dedicated to Mme. Leon Madeline of New Orleans. Copyright date 1850.



    Range Tables [Part I] for Gun B.L.5.5 inch, Marks 3,4 and 5 Firing H.E. Shell by Hardman, Henry [ed.]

    London: Ministry of Defence. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. Amendment box completed on page 2 to May 1975 with appropriate amendments tipped in at relevant pages. 1966. First Edition. Black hardback cloth cover. 340mm x 200mm (13" x 8"). 94pp. .



    Introducing the Kingdom of Fife and St. Andrews by Forrest, Jack

    Scotland: Firtree Publishing Ltd, 1996. Soft cover in very good condition with slight creasing at top of front cover. 32 pages, full of photographs of Fife, showing the old fishing villages, ancient monuments and beaches at their best. . Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Dennis Hardley. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



    Principles of Artillery Weapons. TM9 - 3305 - 1 by Department of the Army

    [Washington]: Department of the Army. G: in good condition without dust jacket as issued. Hole punched for filing. 1956. [First thus]. Softback card cover. 260mm x 200mm (10" x 8"). 179pp. B/W illustrations and diagrams. .



    A Short History of Our Own Times, from the Accession of Queen Victoria to the General Election of 1880 by McCARTHY, Justin

    London: Chatto & Windus, 1905.. 8vo, (vi), 448 pp. Marbled endpapers and edges, Eastbourne College Prize label to front blank. Bound by Relfe Brothers in contemporary black full calf, gilt borders, gilt arms to upper cover, gilt spine with an orange label, a little rubbed otherwise very good.



    Bewick's Pipe Tunes. 51 Gems by Bewick, Robert; Seattle, Mattew [ed.]

    Blyth: Dragonfly Music. G: in Good condition without dust jacket. Remains from sticky label to front cover. 1986. Reprint. Illustrated ochre card cover. 120mm x 220mm (5" x 9"). 52pp. .



    I'll Remember You My Darling [Vintage Piano Sheet Music] by Hugh Rich and Reg Connelly

    Published by Campbell, Connelly and Co., Ltd., 11 Denmark Street, London 1939. 1939., 1939. Vintage piano sheet music in illustrated brown, orange and white paper covers. 11'' x 8½''. Contains pages of score and lyrics for voice and piano. Without any tears and in Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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