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The Law
Frederic Bastiat, 

Published by The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc., New York
 (1950)

Used Hardcover
No Dust Jacket.
First Thus. 75pp. Translated by Dean Russell.
Binding is tight
Claude-Frédéric Bastiat (French: [klod fʁedeʁik bastja]; 29 June 1801 – 24 December 1850) was a French economist and author who was a prominent member of the French Liberal School.

Bastiat developed the economic concept of opportunity cost and introduced the parable of the broken window. He was also a Freemason and member of the French National Assembly.

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The Pleasures of Memory
Samuel Rogers, 
James R Osgood and CO
Boston
1877 print
illustrated frontis
hardback book, with thick plastic cover
illustrated
SMALL BOOK
Vest pocket series
light shelf wear at spine top
3" X 4 1/4"
Green cloth with gold lettering
flyleaf has adverts
printed on thick stock paper
tight binding
clean
not ex library
not a remainder
illustrated covers
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Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
OMAR KHAYYAM, 

Published by George C. Harrap & Co.
, London

SMALL BOOK
3"  X  4 1/2"

Used
Willy Pogany (illustrator)

Small pocket sized edition published c1918 with 4 mounted color plates after Willy Pogany

93 pages including an 11 page introduction on the history of the book's existence in English

Dark blue and gilt cloth with original wrapper,

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THOUGHTS OF MARCUS AURELIUS ANTONINUS
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
Jackson, John (translated by)

Published by Oxford University Press (1940)

Used Hardcover No dust jacket
135 pages
 Hardcover (Embossed Navy cloth, Gilt spine title, no dj)
SMALL SIZED
 6.1"x3.9"
Tight Binding  
Bright  
Clean  
Slight edge wear  
Not Ex Library  
Not a remainder  

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The Name and Nature of Poetry (The Leslie Stephen Lecture Delivered at Cambridge 9 May 1933) A.E  Housman,  Published by The MacMillan Co, NY (1933) SMALL BOOK 7 X 5 Used Hardcover No Dj. 50pp. The MacMillan Co, NY, 1933. Hardcover. Condition: VG Flyleaf very foxed browned printed o thick stocl paper First Edition Full red cloth with gilt lettering on the spine, endpapers age-toned from glue used by the binder.  A. E. Housman Alfred Edward Housman.jpeg A. E. Housman photographed by E. O. Hoppé Born Alfred Edward Housman 26 March 1859 Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England Died 30 April 1936 (aged 77) Cambridge, England Pen name A. E. Housman Occupation Classicist and poet Nationality British Alma mater St John's College, Oxford Genre Lyric poetry Notable works A Shropshire Lad Relatives Laurence Housman Alfred Edward Housman (1859 – 1936), usually known as A. E. Housman, was an English classical scholar and poet, best known to the general public for his cycle of poems A Shropshire Lad.  Lyrical and almost epigrammatic in form, the poems wistfully evoke the dooms and disappointments of youth in the English countryside.[1] Their beauty, simplicity and distinctive imagery appealed strongly to late Victorian and Edwardian taste, and to many early 20th-century English composers both before and after the First World War. Through their song-settings, the poems became closely associated with that era, and with Shropshire itself. Housman was one of the foremost classicists of his age and has been ranked as one Read more

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