THE

HENRY

 JAMES

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B. Davis Schwartz
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The Ambassadors ; a novel, by Henry James. Author of "The Awkward Age," "Daisy Miller," "An International Episode," etc. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1903. First American edition. Light blue boards with dark blue diagonal-fine-ribbed stiff fabric-paper dust jacket, lettered and ruled in gilt. - A58b

The American, by Henry James, Jr. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, late Ticknor and Fields, and Fields, Osgood & Company, 1877. First edition, third variant binding - in dark green cloth. Facing title page, advertisement of "Mr. James' Writings." - A4a

The American, by Henry James, Jr. London: Ward, Lock & Co. [1877]. 1st English edition [unauthorized]. Publisher's advertisements before half- title page and on its verso. Advertisements on verso of title page. 15 pp of advertisements after the text and on back cover. Pictorial front cover missing. - A4b

The American, by Henry James, Jr. London: Macmillan and Co., 1879. 2nd English edition (authorized). 1250 copies published. Dark blue cloth with decorative embossed bands in gilt and black across from cover. Variant green end- papers. On verso of title page: "Charles Dickens and Evans, Crystal Palace Press." Advertisements after text, 2 pp. -A4c

The American Scene, by Henry James. London: Chapman and Hall, 1907. 1st edition. 1, 500 copies published. Second binding of red cross-grain cloth. " This is a remainder binding for 700 copies reported by the publisher as disposed of in 1913." Advertisements after text, 6 pp. - A63a

The American Scene, by Henry James. New York and London: Harper &Brothers Publishers, 1907. 1st American edition. Cobalt blue vertical-ribbed cloth cover. - A63b

The Art of Fiction [by] Walter Besant. Boston: Cupples, Uphan and Company, 1885 [1884]. 1st edition (unauthorized). Canary yellow cloth cover. Lettered in black on the front: Walter Besant and Henry James. The Art of Fiction. Publisher's advertisements after text, 5 pp. Jame's essay first appeared in Longman's Magazine, September, 1884. - A25

The Art of the Novel. Critical Prefaces, by Henry James. With an introduction by Richard P. Blackmur. New York [and] London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934. 1st edition, 1st issue. Black smooth cloth cover. - A89a

The Aspern Papers; Louis Pallant; The Modern Warning, by Henry James. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1888. In two volumes. 1st edition. 650 copies published. Steel blue smooth cloth, with bands of five rules in gilt across top and bottom. Advertisements after text in volume two, 6 pp. - A32a

The Awkward Age, by Henry James. Author of "The Two Magics," "What Maisie Knew," "The Spoils of Poynton, " etc. etc. London: William Heinemann, 1899. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Light blue cloth with four irises on front cover. Publisher's list " Novels for 1899" facing title page. Advertisements after text, 34 pp. - A53a

The Awkward Age; a novel, by Henry James. Author of "Washington Square," "Daisy Miller," "Picture and Text," "Terminations," "The Private Life." New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1899. 1st American edition, 1st issue. 1000 copies published. Red brown cloth. On verso of title page a list of publisher's titles: "By the same author". Advertisements after text, 2 pp. - A53b

The Better Sort, by Henry James. London: Methuen & Co., 1903. 1st edition. Scarlet cloth cover. Facing title page a listing: "By the same author". Advertisements after text, 40 pp. - A57a

The Bostonians; a novel, by Henry James. London: Macmillan and Co., 1886. 3 volumes. 1st edition. 600 copies published. Dark blue-green cloth. First appeared in the Century Magazine, February, 1885 - February 1886. Advertisements after text in vol. 2, 2pp, and after text in vol. 3, 4 pp. - A28a

Confidence, by Henry James, Jr. Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company, The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1880. 1st American edition. 1500 copies published. Dark green cloth cover. - A11b

Daisy Miller, by Henry James, Jr. Illustrated from drawings by Harry W. McVickar. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1901 [1900, c1892]. 2nd edition, (1892) was published with An International Episode. This copy is a reprint from the same plates as a separate volume. Grayish-brown cover, decorated with three pairs of laurels in gilt. - A8c

Embarrassments. The Figure in the Carpet. Glasses. The Next Time. The Way It Came, by Henry James. London: William Heinemann, 1896. 1st edition, 1st issue. 1250 copies published. Light blue cloth cover, decorated with four irises on front cover. Facing title page: "By the same author: , advertising Terminations. Advertisements after text, 32 pp. - A46a

English Hours, by Henry James. With ninety-two illustrations by Joseph Pennell. London: William Heinemann, 1905. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Frontispiece. Grey linen-grain cloth cover. Publishers device in black and gilt on front cover. - A62a

Essays in London and Elsewhere, by Henry James. London: James R. Osgood, McIlvaine & Co., 1893. 1st edition. 1000 copies published. Pale salmon cloth cover, lettered in gilt on front. - A40a

The Europeans; a sketch, by Henry James, Jr. Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company, The Riverside Press, 1879 [1878]. 1st American edition. 1500 copies published. Dark green cloth cover. - A7b

French Poets and Novelists, by Henry James, Jr. London: Macmillan and Co., 1878. 1st edition. 1250 copies published. Dark blue cloth cover. - A5a

Gabrielle de Bergerac, by Henry James. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1918. 1st edition, 2nd printing." The Penguin series," no. 1. Green paper boards. Black lettering on front cover with decorative corner devices. - A80

The Golden Bowl, by Henry James. London: Methuen & Co. [1905]. 1st English edition. Drab blue cloth cover. Lettering and two ornamental corner brackets in gilt on front. List of titles "By the same author" facing title page. Advertisement after text, 40 pp. - A60

In the Cage, by Henry James. Chicago & New York: Herbert S. Stone & Company, 1898. 1st American edition. Dark grey-green cloth cover. Lettering and three leaf device in gilt on front. - A51b

Italian Hours, by Henry James. Author of "English Hours", "A Little Tour in France," etc. Illustrated by Joseph Pennell. London: William Heinemann, 1900. 1st edition. 1000 copies published. Olive-green buckram. Lettering and medallion in gilt on front cover. List on verso of half-title page, "Other works illustrated by Joseph Pennell." Frontispiece. - A67a

The Ivory Tower, by Henry James. London: W. Collins Sons & Co. [1917]. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Blue-black cloth cover, lettered in gilt. Frontispiece portrait of the author by E. O. Hoppe. Unfinished by James at the time of his death, this novel was published with the author's notes. - A77a

The Ivory Tower, by Henry James. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1917. 1st American edition. 1500 copies published. Dull olive-brown sateen cloth cover. Facing half-title page a list of "Books by Henry James published by Charles Scribner's Sons". - A77a

A Landscape Painter, by Henry James. [Preface by Albert Mordell]. New York: Scott and Seltzer, 1919. 1st edition. Limited to 250 copies. Indigo-blue linen-grain cloth cover. White paper label on spine. - A83

The Lesson of the Master, The Marriages, The Pupil, Brooksmith, The Solution, Sir Edmund Orme, by Henry James. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1892. 1st edition, English issue. Royal blue cloth cover, decorative band in gilt at top. Publisher's catalogue of advertisements after text, 48 pp. Consists of sheets of the American edition. - A36b

The Letters of Henry James. Selected and edited Percy Lubbock. London: Macmillan and Co., 1920. Two volumes. 1st edition. 1500 copies published. Dark blue cloth cover. Frontispiece portrait in volume 2 is from a "camera portrait" of James by E. O. Hoppe. The letters constitute a small portion of James's correspondence and are largely from his middle and later years. - C4

A Little Tour In France [By] Henry James. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1885. [ 1884]. 1st edition. 1500 copies published. 2 copies, steel blue and red-brown cloth covers. Facing title page, publisher's list: "Henry James's Latest Works." - A23a

A Little Tour In France, by Henry James. With ninety-four illustrations by Joseph Pennell. London: William Heinemann, 1900. 1st English edition. 1500 copies published. Grey cloth cover. Lettered in black, words separated by colons. Verso of half-title page, publisher's list: "Novels by Henry James." - A23d

A London Life, The Patagonia, The Liar, Mrs. Temperly, by Henry James. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1889. 2nd edition, American issue. 2000 copies published. Dark blue cloth cover, decorative band at top in gilt. Publisher's advertisements after text, 2 pp. " Mrs. Temperly" originally appeared under the title "Cousin Maria." - A33b

Master Eustace, by Henry James. [Preface by Albert Mordell]. New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1920. 1st edition. 1500 copies published. Dark green cloth cover. - A85c

Master Eustace, by Henry James. [Preface by Albert Mordell]. New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1920. 1st edition. Limited issue of 300 copies. Dark blue cloth cover. Title and author lettered in black on white paper label on spine. - A85b

The Middle Years, by Henry James. [Edited by Percy Lubbock]. London, Glasglow, Melbourne, Auckland: W. Collins Sons & Co. [1917]. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Blue-black cloth cover, lettered in gilt on front. Frontispiece photogravure of portrait drawing of James by W. Rothenstein. - A79a

The Middle Years, by Henry James. [Edited by Percy Lubbock]. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1917. 1st American edition. 1300 copies published. Dull olive-brown sateen cloth cover. Lettered within single-rule panel in gilt on front. Frontispiece portrait from a photograph by Elliott and Fry. - A79b

Notes and Reviews, by Henry James. With a preface by Pierre de Chaignon la Rose. A series of twenty-five papers hitherto unpublished in book form. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Dunster House, 1921. 1st edition. Limited issue of 30 copies. This is no. 7. Printed on Normandy Vellum, bound in ecru half linen with grey boards. Lettered in gilt on front. - A87

Notes of a Son and Brother, by Henry James. Illustrated. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1914. 1st edition. Dull olive-brown sateen cloth cover. Lettered within single-rule panel in gilt on front. Frontispiece. Facing half-title page, publisher's list: "By Henry James." - A72a

Notes of a Son & Brother, by Henry James. London: Macmillan and Co., 1914. 1st English edition. 1250 copies published. Dark blue cloth cover. Frontispiece and five illustrations. Publisher's advertisements after text, 2 pp. Verso of half-title page: "By the Same Author." - A72b

Notes on Novelists, with Some Other Notes, by Henry James. [London]: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1914. 1st edition. 1100 copies published. Dull green cloth cover. - A73a

Notes on Novelists, with Some Other Notes. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1914. 1st American edition. 2000 copies published. Dull olive-brown sateen cloth cover. Lettered in gilt on front. Facing title page, publisher's list: " By Henry James." - A73b

The Other House, by Henry James. Author of "Daisy Miller," "The Europeans" etc., etc. New York [and] London: Macmillan Company, 1896. 1st American edition. 2150 copies published. Claret cloth cover. Publisher's advertisements after text, 3 pp. - A47b

The Outcry, by Henry James. London: Methuen & Co. [1911]. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Green cloth cover, lettered in gilt on front. Entwined-leaf ornament in gilt on spine. Facing title page, publisher's list "By the Same Author." Publishers advertisements after text, 31 pp. - A70a

The Outcry, by Henry James. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911. 1st American edition. Dull olive-brown sateen cloth cover. Facing half-title page, publisher's list "Books by Henry James." - A70b

Partial Portraits, by Henry James. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1888. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Dark green cloth cover. Publisher's advertisements after text, 4 pp. - A30a

A Passionate Pilgrim, and Other Tales, by Henry James, Jr. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood & Co., 1875. 1st edition. 1500 copies published. Brown-orange cloth cover. Author's 1st book. - A1

Pictures and Other Passages from Henry James. Selected by Ruth Head. London: Chatto & Windus, 1916. 1st edition. 1000 copies published. Grey half cloth, black and white mottled paper boards. Black lettering on white paper label on spine. - A76a

The Portrait of a Lady, by Henry James, Jr. Author of "The Europeans," etc., etc. London: Macmillan and Co., 1881. 3 volumes. 1st edition, 1st printing. 750 copies published. Dark blue-green cloth cover. Publisher's advertisements after text in volume 3, 24 pp. - A16a

The Portrait of a Lady, by Henry James, Jr. Boston [and] New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1882 [1881]. 2nd edition, American issue, 1st printing. 1500 copies published. Dark brown cloth cover, second binding state. Lettering in red-brown and decorative devices in red-brown and gilt on front cover. - A16b

Portraits of Places, [by] Henry James. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1884 [1883]. 1st American edition. 1500 copies published. Two copies, one in ochre and the other in dull maroon cloth covers. Facing the title page, publisher's list "By the Same Author." - A21b

The Princess Casamassima; a novel, by Henry James. New York: Macmillan and Co., 1886. Second edition in one volume. American issue. Dark blue-green cloth cover. 1st appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, September, 1885 - October, 1886. - A29b

The Private Life, The Wheel of Time, Lord Beaupre, The Visits, Collaboration, Owen Wingrave, by Henry James. London: James R. Osgood, Mc Ilvaine & Co., 1893. 1st edition. 1000 copies published. Royal blue cloth cover. Lettering and lily-bud and flower devices in gilt on front. - A39a

The Question of Our Speech, The Lesson of Balzac; two lectures, by Henry James. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1905. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Black cloth cover. Lettered in gilt on front. Facing half-title page, publisher's list," By Henry James." - A61a

The Real Thing, and Other Tales, by Henry James. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1893 [1892]. 1st edition, English issue. The plates of the American edition were used in printing this edition. Dark blue cloth cover, with decorative band at top in gilt on front. Publisher's advertisements after text, 47 pp. - A37b

The Reverberator, by Henry James. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1888. Two volumes. 1st edition. 500 copies published. Dark green cloth cover. Bands of five rules in gilt across top and bottom of front. Publisher's advertisements after text in volume one, 2pp. 1st appeared in Macmillan's Magazine, February - July 1888. - A31a

The Reverberator, by Henry James. London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1888. 2nd edition, American issue. Dark blue cloth cover. Decorative band in gilt on top of front. - A31b

Roderick Hudson, by Henry James, Jr. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company. Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood & Co., later 1876 [1875]. 1st edition. 1500 copies published. Green cloth cover. 1st appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, January - December 1875. - A3a

Roderick Hudson, by Henry James, Jr. London: Macmillan and Co., 1879. Three volumes. Revised, 1st English edition. "It has ... been minutely revised, and has received a large number of verbal alterations. Several passages have been rewritten." Dark blue cloth covers. Publisher's advertisements after text in volume one, 39 pp. - A3b

The Sacred Fount, by Henry James. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1901. 1st edition. Smooth silky biscuit cloth cover. Lettering and single-rule panel in gilt on front. - A55a

The Sacred Fount, by Henry James. London: Methuen & Co., 1901. 1st English edition. Lacquered crimson cloth cover. Lettered in gilt with crimson flower and leaf ornament on front. Facing title page publisher's list "By the Same Author." Publisher's advertisements after text, 29 pp. - A55b

The Sense of the Past, by Henry James. London, Glasgow, Melbourne, Auckland: W. Collins Sons & Co. [1917]. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Blue-black cloth cover. Lettered in gilt on front. Frontis piece portrait of James by Alvin Langdon Coburn. - A78

A Small Boy and Others, by Henry James. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913. 1st edition. Dull olive-brown sateen cloth cover. Lettered within single-rule panel in gilt on front. Facing half-title page, publisher's list "By Henry James." Includes the publisher's response to the author's complaint with a corrective note, inserted into all remaining copies of the first impression," In preparation

Notes of Son and Brother." Frontispiece portrait of Henry James, Sr. and Jr. from a daguerreotype by Mathew Brady. - A71

The Soft Side, by Henry James. London: Methuen & Co., 1900. 1st edition. Deep red cloth cover. Lettered within single-rule panel in gilt on front. Facing title page, publisher's list "By the Same Author." - A54a

The Soft Side, by Henry James. Author of "The Other House", "The Two Magics," etc. New York [and] London: The Macmillan Company, 1900. 1st American edition. Claret cloth cover. Publisher's advertisements after text, 3 pp. - A54b

The Spoils of Poynton, by Henry James. Author of "Terminations," "Embarrassments." London: William Heinemann, 1897. 1st edition. 2000 copies published. Blue cloth cover decorated with irises. Lettered in gilt on front. Facing title page, publisher's list "By the Same Author." Publisher's advertisements after text, 31 pp. 1st appeared under the title The Old Things, in the Atlantic Monthly, April-October, 1896. - A48a

The Spoils of Poynton, by Henry James. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1897. 1st American edition. 1500 copies, and later 500, published. Dark green cloth cover. Lettering and decorative ornament in gilt on front. Facing title page, publisher's list "Henry James's Books." - A48b

Tales of Three Cities, by Henry James. London: Macmillan and Co., 1884. 1st English edition. 1500 copies published. Darkgreen cloth cover. Publisher's advertisements after text, 2 pp. - A24b

Terminations. The Death of the Lion. The Coxon Fund. The Middle Years. The Altar of the Dead. By Henry James. London: William Heinemann, 1895. 1st edition. 1000 copies and two months later 500, were published. Light blue cloth cover with four irises. Lettered in gilt on front. Facing title page, publisher's list "Short stories in one volume." Publisher's advertisements after text, 16 pp. "The first two of these tales were originally published in The Yellow Book, the third in Scribner's Magazine. The last appears for the first time." - A45a

Terminations. The Death of the Lion. The Coxon Fund. The Middle Years. The Altar of the Dead. By Henry James. Author of "Daisy Miller," etc. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1895. 1st American edition. Pale green-on-white linen-grain cloth cover. Lettered in gilt on front with three flower-and-leaf ornaments in gilt and green. On verso of title page, "By Henry James" Publisher's list. Publisher's advertisements after text, 6 pp. - A45b

Theatricals. Two Comedies: Tenants, Disengaged, by Henry James. London: Osgood, McIlvaine & Co., 1894. 1st edition, English issue. 1010 copies published. Yellow-green buckram cover. Lettering and ornamental device in gilt on front. On verso of title page, publisher's notice of Theatricals, Second Series: "In the Press." Publisher advertisement after text. - A42a

Theatricals. Second Series: The Album, The Reprobate, by Henry James. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1895 [1894]. 1st edition, American issue. One of 550 copies of the English edition, uniformly bound. Yellow-green buckram cover. Lettering and ornamental device in gilt on front. - A44b

Transatlantic Sketches, by Henry James, Jr. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood & Co., 1875. 1st edition. 1500 copies published. Rust-brown cloth cover. Facing title page, publisher's advertisement "By the same author." Inscribed by James on front end-paper: "With compliments of the Author." Signed, on the facing page, by the English writer, Walter Pater, 1839-1894. - A2a

The Two Magics: The Turn of the Screw, Covering End, by Henry James. Author of "Daisy Miller," "The Europeans" etc., etc. New York [and] London: The Macmillan Company, 1898. 1st American edition. 2250 copies published. Claret cloth cover. Advertisements after text, 3 pp. - A52b

Views and Reviews, by Henry James. Now first collected. Introduction by Le Roy Phillips, compilers of "A Bibliography of the Writings of Henry James." Boston: The Ball Publishing Company, 1908. 1st edition. Limited to 160 numbered copies. This is no. 79. White parchment wrapper over flexible boards. Single-rule border in gilt on front cover. Dark Red-brown paper label on spine. - A65b

Washington Square, by Henry James, Jr. Author of "Daisy Miller," "An International Episode" etc. Illustrated by George Du Maurier. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1881 [1880]. 1st edition. Olive-drab cloth cover and illustration, which is framed within double-rule panel on front. Lettering in gilt panels. Publisher's advertisements after text, 6 pp. 1st appeared in Cornhill Magazine, June-November 1880, and in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, July-December 1880. - A15a

Washington Square. The Pension Beaurepas. A Bundle of Letters, by Henry James, Jr. London: MacMillan and Co., 1881. Two volumes. 1st English edition, 1st printing. 500 copies published. Dark blue-green cloth cover. Publisher's advertisements after text in volume two, 39 pp. - A15b

What Maisie Knew, by Henry James. London: William Heinemann, 1898 [1897]. 1st edition, 1st printing. 2000 copies published. Blue cloth cover with four irises. Lettering in gilt. Facing title page, publisher's list "By the Same Author." Publisher's advertisements after text, 30 pp. First appeared in Chap Book, 15 January - 1 August 1897. - A49a

What Maisie Knew, by Henry James. Chicago & New York: Herbert S. Stone & Co., 1897. 1st American edition. Dark grey-green linen- grain cloth cover. Lettering and three leaf devices in gilt on front and back. - A49b

The Wheel of Time. Collaboration. Owen Wingrove, by Henry James. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1893. 1st American edition. Contains the second, fifth, and sixth tales in the English edition of The Private Life. Dark green cloth cover, secondary binding state. - A41

William Wetmore Story and his Friends; from letters, diaries and recollections, by Henry James. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1904. Two volumes. 1st edition, American issue. 520 copies, and an additional 1125, published. Consists of imported sheets, uniform with contents of English edition. Dark green cloth cover. One wide and one narrow rule in gilt across top of front. Frontispiece photogravure portrait of Story in both volumes. - A59b

The Wings of the Dove, by Henry James. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1902. Two volumes. 1st edition. Sateen biscuit cloth cover. Facing title page in both volumes, publisher's notice "By the Same Author. The Sacred Fount." - A56a

Art and the Actor, by Constant Coquelin. Translated by Abby Langdon Alger. With an introduction by Henry James. New York: Printed for the Dramatic Museum of Columbia University..., 1915. Papers on Acting, II. Edition limited to 333 copies. Blue-grey paper boards. Lettered in black-on-white paper label. Facing title page, publisher's advertisement. James' introduction first appeared, under the title "Coquelin," in the Century Magazine, January 1887. - B34

Impressions, by Pierre Loti. With an introduction by Henry James. Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co., 1898. 1st edition. Title within full-page decorative poppy design border. White half-parchment, light green cloth cover. Lettering and tree ornament within double-role vertical panel in green on front - secondary binding. First appearance of James's introduction. - B17a

Letters from America, by Rupert Brooke. With a preface by Henry James. London: Sedgwick & Jackson, 1916. 1st English edition. Black buckram cover. Lettering in black within single rule panel in red-on-white paper. Label on spine. Date "1915" on label was altered to "1916" by hand, by the publisher. Facing half-title page, publisher's list "By Rupert Brooke." Frontispiece. - B36b

"A Friend of Lord Byron," [by Henry James], pp. 388-392. In: The North American Review, [vol. 128] no. 269., April, 1879. New York: D. Appleton and Company. James review of Memoir of the Rev. Francis Hodgson, B. B., with Numerous Letters from Lord Byron and Others. Paper Issue. - D365

"The Sweetheart of M. Briseux," [by Henry James, Jr.], pp. 760-779. In: The Galaxy. Vol. 15, no. 6. June, 1873. [New York]: Sheldon & Company. Issue in bound volume 15, in quarter morocco. - D110

Henry James at Work, by Theodora Bosanquet. London: Printed and Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press, 1924. On Cover: The Hogarth essays. 1st edition. White paper cover, with lettering and illustration, bust of female in repose, in dark green.

Bibliography of the Writings of Henry James, by Le Roy Phillips. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1906. 1st edition. Limited to 250 numbered copies. This is no. 2. Cloth cover with multi-colored decorative swirls on front. Black border and spine. White paper label with black lettering on spine. - C133

Henry James, by Rebecca West. London: Nisbet & Co. [1916]. On half-title page: Writers of the Day. 1st edition. Blue cloth cover. Lettering in darker blue within single rule panel. Frontispiece portrait of James from a "camera-portrait" by Hoppé.

"Henry James." [By Percy Lubbock], pp. 60-74. In: The Quarterly Review. No. 448. July, 1916. London: John Murray. Paper Issue. Loosely inserted, Quarterly Review's 1916 "Order Form" "...24s., being one year's subscription."

The Literary Remains of the Late Henry James [Sr.]. Edited with an Introduction by William James. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1885 [1884]. 1st edition. Maroon cloth cover. On front endpaper, publisher's list "Works by Henry James [Sr.]."

Substance and Shadow: or, Morality and religion in their relation to life: an essay upon the physics of creation. By Henry James [Sr.]. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1863. 1st edition. Red cloth cover. Black lettering on white paper label on spine.



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