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Thu Oct 16 17:58:12 2014 UTClccn-n500057680.00Autograph letters signed from Temple Scott, New York, to Jacob Klein, Esq., St. Louis0.581.00New York, to Randolph G. Adams, Ann Arbor, Mich39737084n 5000576841325Isaacs, Isaac 1864-1939Isaacs, J. H. 1864-1939Scott, Isaac Temple 1864-1939Scott, T. 1864-1939Scott, T. (Temple), 1864-1939lccn-n78096912Swift, Jonathan1667-1745lccn-n50042571Lecky, William Edward Hartpole1838-1903lccn-n78087607Dickens, Charles1812-1870lccn-n79007781Gissing, George1857-1903lccn-n79054114Brontë, Charlotte1816-1855lccn-n78088964Stevenson, Robert Louis1850-1894lccn-nr90023027Ryland, Frederick1854-1902edtlccn-no2013023869Bigelow, Charles Curtisedtlccn-no2010136223Dennis, G. Ravenscroft(George Ravenscroft)edtviaf-94257270Falkiner, Frederick RichardSir1831-1908Scott, Temple1864-1939BiographyBibliographyCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionJuvenile worksPoetryHistoryRecords and correspondenceDictionariesBiography‡vDictionariesAugustine,--Saint, Bishop of HippoBrontë, Charlotte,Algeria--Hippo (Extinct city)Christian saintsPhilosophy, AncientPhilosophyWomen novelists, EnglishBishopsDialogues (Plato)Novelists, EnglishPlatoChristian lifeSpiritual lifeCatholic ChurchPlatonistsSocratesConfessiones (Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo)Authors, EnglishPolitical scienceDickens, Charles,Gissing, George,Davis, Herbert John,Books and readingMorris, William,UtopiasNovelistsChristianityEnglish poetryEnglish literatureTheologyJekyll, Henry (Fictitious character)Hyde, Edward (Fictitious character)Stevenson, Robert Louis,Short stories, EnglishChildren's poetryAdventure storiesChildren's storiesKelmscott PressBenedictine Sisters of Perpetual AdorationSwift, Jonathan,Great BritainGoldsmith, Oliver,English languagePhilosophy, MedievalEngland--London--HammersmithEnglish prose literatureEnglish essaysDesignersPhilosophers, AncientRives, Amélie,186419391894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301945195819651968197019711974197619771978198219891990199220062009201020134522235622184BR65.A6ocn000395752ocn006061009ocn000386079ocn000716186ocn006772579ocn001491779ocn000344081ocn001450911ocn002659584ocn007627965ocn46039335357916ocn000612286book19240.56Gissing, GeorgeCritical studies of the works of Charles DickensCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography55557ocn003023520book18970.63Swift, JonathanThe prose works of Jonathan SwiftBiographyBibliography48126ocn000395752book19060.29Stevenson, Robert LouisThe works of Robert Louis Stevenson : in one volumeHistoryJuvenile worksFictionPoetryRecords and correspondenceWorks of Robert Louis Stevenson38923ocn000716186book19010.30Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornThe life of Charlotte BrontëBiographyBibliographyFictionPresents the 1857 version of Victorian novelist Elizabeth Gaskell's biography of her fellow author Charlotte Brontë, and includes a critical introduction, and notes on subsequent variations22915ocn000611017book19280.86Scott, TempleOliver Goldsmith bibliographically and biographically considered; based on the collection of material in the library of W.M. Elkins, EsqBiographyBibliography22521ocn003780443book18940.79Scott, TempleA bibliography of the works of William MorrisBibliography1395ocn000563982book19110.84Scott, TempleThe friendship of books1156ocn000593209book19090.84Scott, TempleThe pleasure of reading10419ocn001491779book19000.31AugustineThe confessions of St. AugustineHistoryBiographyGlossaries, vocabularies, etcBiography DictionariesDictionariesMeditationsThis edition of the classic literary work of St. Augustine is translated by Oxford scholar Rex Warner and features a revised bibliography. In this autobiography, St. Augustine describes his journey from sin to sainthood, and examines all of humanity's great concerns including the ethical conflict between good and evil864ocn004683926book19090.47Wilde, OscarPoems764ocn000344081book18960.92Book sales of 1895[-97/98] A record of the most important books sold at auction and the prices realized753ocn002400216book19100.74Scott, TempleIn praise of gardens727ocn001635146book19080.74Lincoln, AbrahamThe wisdom of Abraham LincolnQuotationsRecords and correspondenceShort selections from Lincoln's works588ocn003810519book19050.77Brontë, CharlotteNovels of the Sisters BrontëBiography549ocn006582857book18170.56Vallance, AymerThe art of William MorrisBiography536ocn004650170book19290.94Scott, TempleLord Chesterfield and his letters to his sonsBiographyRecords and correspondence521ocn000951271book19140.30PlatoThe dialogues of PlatoCollects eight important dialogues by the great Greek philosopher523ocn002604669book19190.95Scott, TempleThe silver age and other dramatic memories511ocn005212750book19230.90Scott, TempleGoudy: an addressHistory511ocn003791477book19100.30Scott, TempleThe Christmas treasury of song and verse752ocn000817330book19100.74Wilde, OscarPoems41ocn007425572book19710.37Swift, JonathanLiterary essays11ocn463650763bookScott, TempleAutograph letters signed from Temple Scott, New York, to Jacob Klein, Esq., St. LouisBoth letters concern Scott's plans to go into business for himself as a rare book dealer. (2) accompanied by envelope11ocn034364098mix19451.00Kennerley, MitchellNew York, to Randolph G. Adams, Ann Arbor, MichReviews the circumstances of acquiring the plates and rights, and the printing of several editions of R.S. Hichens's The green carnation, and identifies Temple Scott as the author of the "Key to the characters."11ocn852639481book19070.77Brontë, CharlotteNovels of the Sisters BrontëBiographyThu Oct 16 15:49:18 EDT 2014batch22289