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George Abbot, archbishop of Canterbury, 1562-1633: A bibliography

by Christophers, Richard A

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Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1966 ¶ ONLY EDITION. Out of print. ||| Collation: In 16s (229 x 151 mm). Pp. xxiv, 212. Binding: Red cloth gilt. Condition: Spine slightly sunned. ||| For further details please contact Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts, as below..
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The Gregg writer. Volume 46, number 10 (June 1944)

by Gregg writer)

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New York: The Gregg publishing company, 1944 *** "A Monthly Magazine for Secretaries, Stenographers, and Typists", edited by John Robert Gregg (1867-1948). The present number includes two articles on proper names (in shorthand, pages 477-79) and numerous articles and texts meant to further the war effort, among them "A chance to serve at the front with the Red cross on D-day" (in shorthand, page 510). OCLC 6614243 (part).. Publisher's pictorial wrappers. A very good copy.. In 32 (234 x 155 mm): Pp. i-iii [iv], [463]-520, v.
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The globes of Hondius: A most important pair of globes showing the results of the earliest Dutch exploration voyages to the East Indies. By Peter van der Krogt

by Krogt, Peter C. J. van der

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New York, 1991     ¶ Only edition, New York issue, of this lavish catalogue describing a "Magnificent Pair of Early Dutch Globes, 1618/1600". The author is the leading historian and connoisseur of early European globes. "Globe pairs of this calibre", he says, are offered on the market only every few decades, and virtually all extant examples are in public collections. Richly embellished and in their original wooden stands, the globes summon the grandeur and excitement of an era when the maps of the world and of the heavens were being dramatically revised. They are the first globe pair to have been independently produced and published by Jodocus Hondius, a seminal figure of the Dutch Golden Age of Cartography." (Page 3.) Contents: Magnificent pair of early Dutch globes, 1618/1620. Extant examples of Hondius globes (35.5 cm. diam.). Condition of the globes. History of the globes of Hondius: The terrestrial globe; Revisions of the terrestrial… Read more
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The great Gatsby: Opera in two acts. Music and libretto by the composer [John Harbison], after the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, with popular song lyrics by Murray Horwitz. In: The Metropolitan opera playbill, January 2000, pages [31-54]

by Fitzgerald, Francis Scott Key. The great Gatsby.) Metropolitan opera, New York

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New York: Playbill incorporated, 2000 ¶ Includes Program notes (pages [34], [39-40], [45-46]); Meet the composer (page [47]); Meet the artists (pages [48], [51-54]); advertising. At head of title: The Metropolitan opera; Joseph Volpe, general manager; James Levine, artistic director; Saturday evening, January 15, 2000, 8:00-11:15. ||| Collation: 217 x 135 mm. Pp. [3]-[82]. Binding: Color pictorial wrappers. Condition: Fine. ||| For further details please contact Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts, as below. .
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