Melbourne, Gryphon Books, 1977. Number 496 of 750 numbered copies.
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Melbourne, Gryphon Books, 1977. Number 475 of 750 numbered copies.
Adelaide, Knox and Hargrave, 1988.
Black Rock, History Books Australia, 1983 (facsimile edition)/ 1802. Number 38 of 150 numbered copies. A facsimile of the first book printed in Australia.
[Sydney], Government Printer, 1988.
London, printed for Brooke, Clarke and J. Butterworth, 1804 [second edition, with additions]. With the ownership stamp of Howard Zelling, sometime Supreme Court Judge of South Australia (and an earlier ownership stamp on the front pastedown and title-page).
London, Selden Society, 1981.
London, John Hogg, [1888, first edition]. Australian legal and medical provenance; gift inscription to Helen Mayo from 'Father and Mother, 1st October 1890', and further inscribed 'the scroll of History is the curtain that hides the future'; a later hand has added in pencil 'reveals' above 'hides'. Dr Helen Mayo.
London, John Murray, 1927. A 1930 Murray catalogue is loosely inserted.
London, Shaw, 1852 [fifth edition]/ 1847. With the ownership signature of George Fife Angas ('G.F. Angas') in pencil at the head of the title page. The book has the (later) inkstamp of 'Herbert Angas Parsons, Solicitor, Adelaide' on the front endpaper. George Fife Angas (1789-1879), South Australian pioneer: although his...
London, John Richards & Co., 1841 ('Third edition, revised and corrected to the present time'). Western's apparent aim was to demonstrate the superiority of the English constitution over all other forms of government. In that context, the parochial provenance of this copy is hard to beat. The ownership signature of...
Canberra, Government Printer, July 1940 (second edition). Inscribed and signed by the author (July 1948).
London, Croom Helm, 1981. With the ownership signature of Susan Magarey.
London, Selden Society, 1986.
London, printed by Henry Lintot for John and Paul Knapton and John Nourse, 1745.
Adelaide, Vardon and Pritchard, Printers, 1890.
Leichhardt, Federation Press, 2002. Inscribed, dated (2002) and signed by the author to [Emeritus Professor] Alex Castles, who wrote the foreword. One in the Lives of the Australian Chief Justices series; a worthy series, not least for telling us something we didn't know - Sir Charles Cooper 'had supported the...
London, Peter Davies, 1938 (sixth impression)/ 1936. Rare with the dustwrapper (which states 'First Cheap Edition'; front flyleaf stamped 'Overseas Edition'. Benney was a London street urchin (cum-petty crim) during the Great War who graduated to be a fully-fledge career criminal'.
London, Shaw and Sons, 1877 (third edition, revised and enlarged). The author was the Chief Constable of Lincolnshire.
Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia, 1966 [facsimile editions]/ 1822, 1823 and 1823. Peade A68, A69 and A70: a maximum total of 615 sets.
Honolulu, Rare Books Ltd, [1960s].
'In the Savoy' [London], printed for D. Browne, J. Walthoe (and numerous others), 1717 (third edition, first issue)/ 1670. Blount's Law Dictionary was first published in 1670 under the title 'Nomo-Lexicon'. '[This] work quickly superseded its predecessors. In addition to providing the explanation of common law terms, Blount was the...
London, Oxford University Press, 1969.
Norwood, Sue Heysen and Peacock Publications, 1999 (first edition). Presentation copy inscribed, dated (4 March 1999) signed by the compiler to Lady Mary Downer.
London, Brooke, 1792.