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SHACKLE, George Lennox Sharman. Expectation in Economics.
Cambridge : 1949First edition, first impression. Shackle's (1903-1992) "contributions to economics were wide-ranging but focused on the treatment of time, expectations, and decision-making under conditions of uncertainty, his greatest theoretical innovation being the development of a non-probabilistic theory of decision-making" (ODNB). In the present book Shackle analyses... Learn More£85.00
Stock Code: 136464
TOWNSHEND, Chauncy Hare. Poems.
London : 1821First edition, presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper (probably in a secretarial hand): "From the Author". Townshend (1798-1868, originally Townsend, he added the "H" in 1828) was educated at Eton and Trinity Hall, Cambridge, winning the chancellor's medal for his poem "Jerusalem" (published 1817) and thereafter "was determined to be... Learn More£375.00
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MILLAR, John. Hints on Insanity and Signing Certificates.
London : 1877Second edition, expanded and with a new preface, following the first of 1861: "it continues to be a matter of considerable surprise and regret that the special study of insanity should still be so ignored by the various licensing medical bodies, that it forms no necessary part of the curriculum of a medical education" (preface). "John Millar was medical... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 114973
BURLAMAQUI, Jean Jacques. Principes du droit naturel.
Geneva : 1747First edition of the Swiss legal and political theorist's principal work, an important influence on the American Founding Fathers. A natural law professor at the University of Geneva, Burlamaqui (1694-1748) conceived of his treatise as a general introduction to his subject intended for students, but its success and influence far exceeded his expectations.... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 113546
STUART, Sir Charles, General. Letter Book of correspondence with Admiral Duckworth during the retaking of Minorca, 1798-9.
Mahon : 1798-9It is rare indeed that British Military History throws up a general who seriously could be considered as an exemplar of Sun Tzu's Sage Commander. And it is perhaps not particularly surprising, in view of the generally sanguinary tendencies of the historians of the British Army, that his greatest feat "being bloodless, has been absolutely forgotten"... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 120807
MOORE, Thomas. The Life of Lord Byron.
London : 1844Moore's biography was first published in 1830 as Letters and Journals of Lord Byron, a title "distracting attention from the skill with which Moore constructed his portrait" (ODNB). "Byron had given his manuscript memoirs to Moore in the expectation that his friend might profit from them should he survive him. Moore later sold the manuscript to Murray... Learn More£225.00
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