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MAC CARTHY, Jacques. Choix de voyages dans les quatre parties du monde,
Paris : 1821-22First edition of this rich account of voyages worldwide up to the date of publication, with an expansive and detailed glossary, presented here in an attractive contemporary binding.
Originally from Ireland Jacques Mac Carthy (1785-1835) went into service in the French army in 1800, became a battalion commander, and in 1830 became head of the... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 146684
MIRÓ, Joan - DUPIN, Jacques, & Ariane Lelong-Mainaud. Joan Miró Catalogue Raisonné. Paintings.
Paris : 1999-2004First editions, first printings. A comprehensive raisonné covering all of Miró's oil paintings, acrylics and works in various media on canvas, cardboard, wood, masonite, copper and other hard supports. Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 146932
MORRIS, William (contrib.), and others. The Quest.
Birmingham : 1894-96First editions, first impressions, each issue is one of 300 copies only with the first five issues numbered 172, and the sixth one numbered 171. The contributors include William Morris, Claude Napier-Clavering, E. A. Sonnenschein, and Arthur Dixon, among others. Complete sets, as here, of this profusely and superbly illustrated arts and crafts periodical... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 147861
ARROW, Kenneth J. Social Choice and Individual Values.
New York : 1951First edition, first printing, of Arrow's brilliant doctoral thesis, published as number 12 in the series of Cowles Commission Monographs. "Employing the notational system of symbolic logic, at the time unfamiliar to economists, Arrow proposed to solve a question in politics which no economist and few political scientists had ever posed: suppose all... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 145646
BURGESS, Gelett (ed.) [The Lark: issues 1-24.] "Who'll be the Clerk?" "I!" said The Lark:
San Francisco : 1896-97First editions of the complete run of this American arts and crafts periodical which was a great contribution to the San Francisco Bay Area literary renaissance of the 1890s, by the American artist, art critic, poet, author and humorist, Frank Gelett Burgess (1866-1951).
Burgess is best known as a writer of nonsense verse, such as "The Purple... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 147999
OLDEKOP, C. A. W. von. Geographie des Russischen Reichs. Nach den neuesten Quellen bearbeitet.
St. Petersburg : 1842First edition, Saint Petersburg issue (also issued with a Leipzig imprint), of Oldekop's survey of Russia, with information on its geography - its extent, borders, mountains, seas, rivers, canals, plants, minerals and animal life, - with statistical information on its inhabitants, agriculture, industry, trade and manufactures, weights, measures and... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 133446
IRISH CATECHISM. The Catechism, or Christian Doctrine by way of Question and Answer,
Paris : 1742First edition of Donlevy's Irish-language Catholic Catechism, with the Irish and its English translation printed on parallel pages.
The Irish Roman Catholic priest Andrew Donlevy (1680-1746) was resident in Paris, where the book was published, and where this copy was likely bound. "Donlevy lamented the decline of the Irish language and worked... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 146966
HANCARVILLE, David. Antiquités etrusques grecs et romaines.
Paris : 1785Volumes one and two (of five) of the second edition, the first with plates by Francois-Anne David (1724-1824), first printed in Naples in 1766-67 in a folio edition of 500 copies. The work had a profound influence on Josiah Wedgwood, and was one of the earliest influences in the neo-classical revival that swept England and the continent in the 18th... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 147381
NIGHTINGALE, Florence. Notes on Nursing: what it is, and what it is not.
London : 1860Second edition, a superb presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the half-title to her fellow instructor at the Nightingale School: "Offered to John Croft Esq. with Florence Nightingale's sincerest joy at finding herself his fellow-worker in the Nurse-training business London 1873". Designated by Nightingale the Library Standard edition, this... Learn More£10,000.00
Stock Code: 144140
WALPOLE, Robert (subject). Some Persons Vindicated against the Author of the Defection,
London : 1718One of two editions, this of 40 pages, another of 28 pages. "Published 28 January 1718, a furious, but empty and generalising, reply to Tindal's The Defection Consider'd of December 1717, in which Tindal blamed Walpole and Townshend for 'defecting' for cynical motives, thereby creating a serious division in the Whig party. The present tract argues that... Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 146780
FAHRENHEIT, Daniel Gabriel. [Four papers on thermometry.]
London : 1726First edition of four important papers on thermometry by Fahrenheit, in Latin, contributed to volume 33 of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. The entirety of Fahrenheit's published writings comprises five papers; apart from a brief description of one of his early thermometers published by Christian Wolff in Acta Eruditorum (1714),... Learn More£4,750.00
Stock Code: 142741
WAUGH, Evelyn (contrib.) Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War.
London : 1937First edition, first impression, of the transatlantic equivalent of the American "Writers Take Sides on the Spanish War" pamphlet, although the present UK version is much scarcer.
This pamphlet prints 148 responses of a wide variety of authors to the questions: "Are you for, or against, the legal Government and the People of Republican Spain?... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 147662
KIEFFER BINDING - FLAUBERT, Gustave. Madame Bovary.
Paris : 1905First Ferroud edition, published in his "librairie des amateurs" and specially illustrated by Richemont, in a striking Kieffer binding, number 325 of 600 copies signed by the publisher on the limitation page. This copy is bound with a six-page promotional excerpt in straight-grain wrappers with a full-page etching and two in-text illustrations.
René... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 145735
WOOD, William. The Bow-mans Glory; or Archery Revived.
London : 1682First edition; a second edition was published in 1691. Wood was Marshal of the Society of Finsbury Archers and he invokes the spirit of Agincourt to argue for continued English toxophily. Wood's funeral in 1691 was marked with three flights of whistling arrows.
The work is dedicated to Charles II and opens with a poem "In Praise of Archery",... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 147061
HOME, Henry, Lord Kames. Elements of Criticism.
Edinburgh : 1762First edition of Kames's large and systematic philosophical and aesthetic treatise, rare on the market. This work is the most important result of the Scottish aesthetic movement, and "the most comprehensive work on aesthetics of the 18th century since Du Bos' Réflexions critiques of 1719" (translated from Dobai, Die Kunstliteratur des Klassizismus... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 147353
HOOVER, Herbert. The Challenge to Liberty.
New York : 1934First edition, first printing, inscribed by the 31st President on the front free endpaper "To James H Douglas Jr With the kind Regards of Herbert Hoover".
James Henderson Douglas Jr. (1899-1988) was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Treasury by Hoover towards the end of his administration, and continued in the role under Franklin Roosevelt... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 148284
HUNTER, F. M. An Account of the British Settlement of Aden in Arabia.
London : 1877First and only edition of this important monograph, the rare "presentation issue" with the superb photographic plates; commercial records show two copies only, one with Maggs (1954, catalogue no. 824) and another through Sotheby's (1999). Inscribed on the half-title by the recipient "E. V. Stace a kind present from the Author", his signature repeated... Learn More£15,000.00
Stock Code: 144018
VASILIEV, N.E., M.N.Volkov & V.I. Dobrovolskiy. Kazakstan v tsifrah. Statisticheskiy dvukhnedelnik kazstatupravleniya No. 6-7
Alma-Ata : 1928Extremely rare issue of the official journal of the Kazakh Statistical Department offering the first detailed description of Alma-Ata as the capital: "because of the recent move of the capital and the lack of any standardized information on Alma-Ata from the statistical, economic and historical points of view, we have decided to dedicate this enlarged... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 145808
VILLIERS, Alan. Sons of Sinbad.
New York : 1940Villiers's working copy of the first US edition, first printing, extensively marked up towards the revised edition of 1969 (a copy of which is included here), and inscribed by him on the front free endpaper: "Edited copy - property of Alan Villiers". Of his 40-odd books, this is probably the most desirable, which does very much what is suggested by... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 146241
BRAUTIGAN, Richard. Please Plant This Book.
San Francisco / Santa Barbara : 1968First edition, sole impression, a scarce complete set of these eight poems by Richard Brautigan printed on the back of coloured seed packets.
Copies were issued for free with the injunction that they be planted: "The time is right to mix sentences, sentences with dirt and the sun with punctuation and the rain with verbs, and for worms to pass... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 145604
MacLEISH, Archibald - PLATO. The Republic.
London & New York : 1911First edition thus, fifth impression. This is the student copy of the American poet Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982), with his ink ownership to front free endpaper "Archibald MacLeish, 9 Vanderbilt," referencing the 1894-built Yale dormitory, Vanderbilt Hall, and a long question mark pencilled in the margin of p. 66. This is a wonderful association copy.
From... Learn More£300.00
Stock Code: 146275
KELMSCOTT PRESS: CAXTON, William (trans). The History of Reynard the Foxe.
Hammersmith : 1892 Limited edition, one of 300 copies on paper, from a total edition of 310 copies. In his note requested by Quaritch as a puff, Morris commented: "this translation of Caxton's is one of the very best of his works as to style; and being translated from a kindred tongue is delightful as mere language. In its rude joviality, and simple and direct delineation... Learn More£8,500.00
Stock Code: 145992
VEBLEN, Thorstein. The Vested Interests and the State of Industrial Arts.
New York : 1919First edition, first printing. Veblen's book continues his critique of modern capitalism, started two decades earlier in his Theory of the Leisure Class. Derived from articles published in The Dial over 1918-19, Veblen argues that big business has subverted government to its own interests, with the common man presented with an illusion of democracy... Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 146930
MORE, Hannah - SHAW, William. The Life of Hannah More.
London : 1802First edition, inscribed on the initial blank verso "from the author", of the most vitriolic attack made against More during the Blagdon controversy, the most contentious episode in her career; an uncut copy in excellent condition.
More's philanthropic efforts, especially her rural charity schools, were met with "considerable hostility from local... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 147495
MURAKAMI, Takashi. (Ed). Little Boy. The Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture.
New York, New Haven & London : 2005First edition, first printing. Signed by Murakami on the half title with a drawing of a flower and Dob. Published to coincide with an exhibition presented at the Japan Society Gallery, New York, and venues throughout New York City, 8 April - July 24, 2005. Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 147278
THIERCELIN, Louis. Journal d'un baleinier voyages en Océanie.
Paris : 1866First edition of this expansive whaling account important for its insight into French colonial interests in New Zealand and vivid representations of English and Spanish colonial systems on the Pacific isles, specifically recording the treatment of the Maori by English settlers. A particularly attractive copy in what is perhaps a publisher's deluxe binding,... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 147046
ALLINGHAM, John Till. Fortune's Frolic:
London : July 1799First edition of Allingham's (c.1775-1812) first play, which featured celebrated actors like Charles Mathews (1776-1835). The most famous comedian of his day, Mathews's powerful influence on Charles Dickens's stylistic methods of comic characterization has long been recognized. Mathews's monopolylogues, farces in which the actor played every character,... Learn More£75.00
Stock Code: 146148
DAVIS, Nathan. Inscriptions in the Phoenician Character,
London : 1863First and sole edition, uncommon; an important record of the Punic stelae unearthed by one of the most remarkable figures in 19th century archaeology, the little known Nathan Davis (1819-1882), "clergyman, adventurer and snake-handler extraordinaire" (Freed), who conducted pioneering excavations at Carthage in the late 1850s, preceding the work of his... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 138060
TRUCIAL STATES. Archive relating to the Royal Navy service of Midshipman Francis Wyatt Rawson Larken.
1928-51A fascinating and unpublished primary source - and as such rare in private hands - being the manuscript journal books kept by a Royal Navy midshipman during a tour of the Gulf in 1930-31; including a compelling account of a visit to Dubai and an on-board reception for the Trucial Sheikhs, part of a broader British policy of "courting" local rulers;... Learn More£125,000.00
Stock Code: 142568
CRETE. Collection of 9 Foreign Office Diplomatic and Consular Trade Reports.
London : 1886 - 1912Extremely scarce: a substantial run of Diplomatic and Consular Trade Reports relating to Crete, issued by the Foreign Office at a turbulent period when the island was emerging from Ottoman control; those for the period 1901-04 published in an edition of 1,400 copies each, the last four years in tiny print runs of between 75 and 90 copies only.
This... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 146336
GURNEY, Edmund, Frederick W. H. Myers, and Frank Podmore (eds.) Phantasms of the Living.
Trübner : 1886First edition, from the library of the Swedish headquarters of the theosophical society the Universal Brotherhood, with neat marginal marks to the introduction of the first volume. The present work is one of the most significant documents of the emergent Victorian field of psychical research.
Gurney and Myers were founding members of the Society... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 147258
CROSBY, Harry (his copy); Alphonse Daudet. Sapho.
Paris : [c.1903]Harry Crosby's copy of Daudet's cautionary romantic novel warning against a life of overt debauchery, with Crosby's pencil and ink underlinings to 116 pages of the text, including many passages that play upon the symbolism of the sun and the power of lust and desire in a man's life.
In addition to being bound for Crosby this copy has several... Learn More£4,750.00
Stock Code: 144911
MARTIN, John (illus.); MILTON, John. The Paradise Lost of Milton.
London : 1827First edition in book form, a handsome copy of the more desirable large plate issue. John Martin's Paradise Lost maintains a strong claim to be the finest illustrated edition of the poem ever produced.
Already famous as an artist for his bold and melodramatic paintings, Martin was commissioned by Septimus Prowett to turn his talents to Milton.... Learn More£6,000.00
Stock Code: 145395
WARHOL, Andy (illus.); Ed Sanders (ed.) FUCK YOU / a magazine of the arts, our third anniversary Mad Motherfucker issue!
A secret location on the Lower East Side, New York City : 1965First edition of this rare issue of Ed Sanders's erotic counterculture magazine, with the coveted and fragile thermofaxed front cover. The cover features a still from Warhol's banned pansexual art-porno Couch (1964), showing Gerard Malanga, Rufus Collins, and Kate Helicser making love on the Factory couch. It also includes the significant pirated first... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 144818
VEBLEN, Thorstein. The Place of Science in Modern Civilisation and Other Essays.
New York : 1919First edition, first printing. "Veblen's last important publication at Chicago was an essay, 'The Place of Science in Modern Civilization'. Published in 1906 in a sociological journal, it evidences none of the mordant satire or multisyllabic wordiness of The Theory of the Leisure Class. The argument is straightforward: 'so long as the machine process... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 147735
MALTHUS, Thomas Robert, Observations on the Effects of the Corn Laws,
London : 1814First edition of the first of Malthus's tracts on the Corn Laws. Malthus writes that it is not his "intention, on the present occasion, to express an opinion on the general question" but to state what appear to him "the advantages and disadvantages of each system, in the actual circumstances". Following publication he came down in favour of restrictions... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 147763
CENTRAL ASIA. Karta sredney Azia. (Map of Central Asia.)
Moscow : 1878First created in 1863, as Russia began its concerted expansion into the Central Asian khanates, considerably upping the stakes in the Great Game, this map covers an area bounded by Lake Urma, Iran in the West, into the Akmolinskaya Oblast in the North, Tien-Shan in the East, and as far as the Gulf of Oman and Balochistan in the South. It was updated... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 128957
MAITLAND, James, eighth Earl of Lauderdale. An Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Public Wealth, and into the Means and Causes of its Increase.
Edinburgh : 1804First edition. Lauderdale "has been hailed as a forerunner of Keynes, in as much as he argued that over-saving was a distinct possibility and that public spending was required to offset private thrift if stagnation was to be asserted" (Blaug). In the present work Lauderdale questioned Adam Smith's theory of the relationship between labour and value,... Learn More£875.00
Stock Code: 146719
MARX, Karl; RIFAT, Haydar (trans.) Sermaye.
Istanbul : 1933First appearance in book form of Marx's Das Kapital in Turkish, being the first edition of Haydar Rifat's translation, and the first book-length translation (preceded only by Bohor Israel's summary translation in a 1912 journal).
The translation is of Gabriel Deville's abridgement of the first volume of Das Kapital, originally published in Paris... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 143060
FRIQUET, Madelon, pseud. Grande et horrible conspiration des demoiselles du Palais-Royal contre les droits de l'homme.
[Paris] : [c.1789]First edition of this scarce pamphlet defending the rights of sex workers in revolutionary France, in particularly fresh condition, with an engraved revolutionary plate pasted to the inside front wrapper. This work argues against the removal of sex workers from the gardens of the Palais royal through the use of thinly disguised gardening references... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 141626
CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De Officiis.
London : 1902First Humphreys edition, first impression, in an elegant binding in the style of Douglas Cockerell.
In 1893 Cockerell was apprenticed to T. J. Cobden-Sanderson at the Doves Bindery in Hammersmith, before setting up his own bindery in 1897. "The construction of Cockerell's bindings followed the standards set by Cobden-Sanderson, but he had his... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 147859
BAGNOLD, Enid. The Squire.
London : 1938First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed "For Irene from Enid, September 1938" on Bagnold's headed stationary, with her Rottingdean home address, pasted onto the front free endpaper.
The recipient was likely Irene Mayer Selznick, wife of David O. Selznick, an important influence on Bagnold, and who produced the world premiere... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 147981
MOORE, June & Doris Langley. The Pleasure of Your Company.
[London] : 1933First edition, first impression, of this charming guide to receiving and entertaining guests, both at home and outdoors, as well as what to do when spending time in your own company. Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 148085
MONDALE, Walter F. The Accountability of Power.
New York : 1975First edition, first printing, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper "To Jacques & Jacqueline with best wishes Walter Mondale". In his first book, Mondale sets out the new approach to the Presidency that is needed after Vietnam and Watergate. The book set the ground for his own candidacy on a Presidential ticket, firstly in his successful... Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 148295
WILSON, John, of the Scottish Mission, Bombay. An Exposure of the Hindu Religion,
Bombay : 1832First edition of this uncommon and confrontational tract by the eminent Scottish missionary and orientalist John Wilson (1804-1875), a reply to the Hindu theologian Mora Bhatta Dandekara's Hindudharmasthapana (Vindication of Hindu Religion), published in Marathi and translated here by way of preface; part of a fascinating print war between the two men.... Learn More£550.00
Stock Code: 145823
BARNEY, Natalie Clifford. Aventures de l'Esprit.
Paris : 1929First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed on the half-title "À Paul Valery, 'Ce n'est pas vivre que vivre sans objections, sans cette résistance vivante, cette proie, cette autre personne, adversaire, reste individué du monde... intelligence rivale, irrépressible - ennemi le meilleur ami, hostilité divine, fatale, - intime.'... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 146058
GORDON, Thomas. Considerations Offered upon the Approaching Peace, And upon the Importance of Gibraltar to the British Empire,
London : 1720The stated fourth edition (although properly a reimpression of the second edition), of this pamphlet insisting on the need for Britain to retain Gibraltar in the ongoing peace negotiations with Spain, the cession of Gibraltar being a very real prospect in the negotiations, although in fact Britain would retain the territory in the Treaty of The Hague... Learn More£50.00
Stock Code: 146669
PATTERSON, J. H., Lieut.-Col. The Man-Eaters of Tsavo and other East African adventures.
London : 1907 & 1909First editions, first impressions, of these handsomely produced and celebrated African big game narratives. Czech calls Man-Eaters "one of the most famous of all African hunting titles, which describes the slaughter of railroad workers building the Uganda Railway by a pair of man-eating lions"; its extraordinary story has inspired no less than three... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 144319
WHITE, Florence. A Fire in the Kitchen. The Autobiography of a Cook.
London : 1938First edition, first impression, in a remarkable example of the scarce jacket. A Fire in the Kitchen is the autobiography of the founder of the English Folk Cookery Association. White (1863-1940) founded the Association in 1928 and in 1932 published Good Things in England, her manifesto for the merit of traditional English cooking.
Her work coincided... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 113651
KIEFFER BINDING - BAUDELAIRE, Charles. Les Fleurs du Mal.
Paris : 1920First Kieffer edition, first printing, in a striking Kieffer binding, number 254 of 485 copies only, of Baudelaire's best-known poetry and including the banned poems, here delicately illustrated by Domin.
First published in 1857 by Baudelaire's friend Auguste Poulet Malassis, Les Fleurs du Mal's principal themes of sex and death (lesbianism,... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 145732
BELL, Clive. Civilization.
London : 1928First edition, first impression, this copy with nice provenance, with the ownership inscription to the front pastedown of the author's elder brother, the Lieutenant-Colonel and Conservative MP William Cory Heward Bell,
Clive Bell was part of the Bloomsbury Group and married Virginia Woolf's sister Vanessa Bell, who designed many of Woolf's dust... Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 145802
MONT PELERIN SOCIETY. Official Seal of the Mont Pelerin Society.
c.1947A unique memento of the free market Mont Pelerin Society, their official pocket seal for blindstamping documents.
Founded in 1947 to promote economic liberty in the face of communism abroad and of expanding government power at home, the Mont Pelerin Society has been at the forefront of free market politics for decades, providing the intellectual... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 146688
DIVANOV, Khudaibergen. Eighteen original photographs of Khiva and its people.
Khiva : c.1920Eloquent and atmospheric sequence of images showing the ancient Silk Road city of Khiva during a period of rapid transition, the work of Khudaibergen Divanov, Uzbekistan's first photographer whose life and fate mirrored his times. Proscribed and executed in Stalin's Great Purge, vintage prints from Divanov's studio are exceptionally scarce.
All... Learn More£29,250.00
Stock Code: 113773
JEVONS, W. Stanley. The Principles of Science.
London and New York : 1887The Erwin Tomash copy of this pioneering work on logic and induction, with his label to front pastedown; this is a later printing, first published in 1874. Erwin Tomash (1921-2012) worked to develop military computers to crack code, and built a celebrated computing library, particularly appropriate for the present volume, which depicts as the frontispiece... Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 147754
THÜNEN, Johann Heinrich von. Le salaire naturel et son rapport au tax de l'intérêt.
Paris : 1857First edition in French of the second volume of von Thünen's magnum opus Der isolirte Staat, originally published in German in 1850, and containing his theory of the natural wage.
Thünen introduces the question of functional income distribution in accordance with the principle of marginal productivity. Grounding the whole analysis in his own... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 147817
HARTLEY, Dorothy. Food in England.
London : 1954First edition, first impression. Food in England, "a treasury of information on the gathering, storing, and cooking of food from the twelfth to the twentieth centuries" is widely regarded as the definitive history of English food and cooking techniques (ODNB).
Dorothy Hartley (1893-1985) travelled the country writing a weekly column on English... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 146496
PETTY, Sir William. Another Essay in Political Arithmetick, concerning the Growth of the City of London:
London : 1683First edition and very scarce on the market. Another Essay in Political Arithmetick was likely written in Ireland circa 1681, but was not sent to press until after Petty came to London in June 1682. "The title page implies that an Essay in Political Arithmetic had already been published, though in fact the present Essay was the first that was printed.... Learn More£11,000.00
Stock Code: 134803
SPANISH CIVIL WAR. Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War.
London : 1937First edition, first impression, collecting the responses of 148 authors to the following questions issued by the poet and activist Nancy Cunard: "Are you for, or against, the legal Government and the People of Republican Spain? Are you for, or against, Franco and Fascism?"
The clear majority of literary figures take the side of the Republican... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 146467
WEULERSSE, Georges. Le Mouvement Physiocratique.
Paris : 1910First edition, first printing, of this fundamental thesis on the origins of physiocracy, the French economic theory defining economic wealth by the value of land agriculture and development, starting in 1756 when Quesnay produced his first articles.
This in-depth analysis stops at the year 1770, English translation "because that is the last... Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 146525