_ Rare Titles being considered for printing next

 

I am considering any of these for the next batch of titles, if anyone is interested, please contact me, since it will help with any decision to print a given title.

 

- Martin Bucer and the English Reformation. [With a bibliography and plates, including portraits and facsimiles.] (1949) Constantin HOPF, 290pp.,

- Puritan Pronaos: Intellectual Life of new England in the Seventeenth Century (1936) Morison, 281pp., to which has been added Paul Revere’s Own Account of His Midnight Ride - April 18-19, 1775, with a Short Account of His Life by Morison, 12pp., 6x9, pb.,

- John Wycliffe: Patriot and Reformer: "The Morning Star of the Reformation" (1884) John Laird Wilson, 247pp. & Ulrich Zwingli: The Patriotic Reformer: A History (1868) Rev. William M. Blackburn, 324pp.,

- Martyrs’ Mirror: Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom from Time of Christ to persecutions of Anabaptists in a.d. 1660 (1660), van Braght, 8x11, Quality Family Keepsake Hardback, 1156pp., 45.00 + P&H; major book of Christian faith (second to Bible) among German Christian groups (Mennonites, Amish, Hutterites, etc.); it is to Dutch & German peoples what Foxe’s Book of Martyers is to English speaking peoples. [my 9x-great grandfather Dielman Kolb, Jr. was responsible for it being translated from Dutch into German in 1749 in Pennsylvania); as was my 10th great-grandfather Jacob Hendricks Gottshalk, the second Mennonite Bishop in America (and several other ancestors); my edition will contain an illustrated historical introduction.

**- The Story of the Nations: The Balkans: Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro (1896), Miller, 506pp., comb-bound, 28.00 + P&H.
**- The Story of the Nations: Norway (1895), Hjalmar H. Boyeson, xxvpp.,/556pp.,/ivpp., plastic comb bound, 30.00 + P&H; illustrated

** I will print these in paperback if there is enough interest.

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I also plan soon to print in paperback these others of the Story of the Nations series: Early Britain (1889) Church, 382pp; Ireland (1891) Lawless, 434pp.;  Wales and Cornwall (1902) Edwards, 421pp.; Canada (1896) Bourinot, 463pp.; and Australian Commonwealth and New Zealand (1893) Tregarthen, 444pp.; and possibly The Thirteen Colonies (1901) Helen Ainslie Smith, originally in 2 volumes, 980pp total.  Inquire if you are interested in any of these.

I have about 18 others in the series: Bohemia, Poland, Russia, Hungary, Carthage, The Tuscan Republics (Florence, Sienna, Pisa, Lucca) with Genoa, etc.

I am also thinking of printing these if there is interest:

Story of the Nations: The Crusades: The Story of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1894) Archer / Kingsford, 522pp., (by Latin Kingdom, the Roman kingdom is what is meant).

Heroes of the Nations: The Cid Campeador and the Waning of the Crescent in the West (1897) H. Butler Clarke, 382pp.,

Theodoric the Goth: Barbarian Champion of Civilization (1891) Thomas Hodgkin, 442pp., (Theodoric the Great, Ostrogothic conqueror and king of Italy, bringing in Italy's Golden Age)]

Others in the Story of the Nations series I have already in printed:

The Story of the Nations: The Franks: From their Origin as a Confederacy to the Establishment of the Kingdom of France and their German Empire  (1898) Lewis Sergeant, 343pp., pb., 22.00 + P&H.

The Story of the Nations: Germany (1887) Sabine Baring-Gould, 437pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H.

**- The Story of the Nations: The Balkans: Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, and Montenegro (1896), Miller, 506pp., comb-bound, 32.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: The Goths (1891) Bradley, 376pp., pb., 24.00 + P&H.
- The Story of the Nations: The Normans (1886), Jewett, xvpp./373pp., Norse origins to settlement in Normandie, conquest of England, Italy, Sicily; pb., 24.00 + P&H.
**- The Story of the Nations: Norway (1895), Hjalmar H. Boyeson, xxvpp.,/556pp.,/ivpp., plastic comb bound, 30.00 + P&H; illustrated

** I will print these in paperback if there is enough interest.]

 

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- Greeks and Goths: A Study of the Runes (1879) Isaac Taylor, 139pp., it will be 13.50; discusses ancient Greeks, Goths, Phoenicians, Celts, Runes, Ogham script and more. 

- The Zionists (1950) Judge George Washington Armstrong, 134pp., + photo/biog. and preface by RAB, 14.00 + P&H.

- Charles W. Quantrell: A History of His Guerrilla Warfare on the Missouri and Kansas Border During the Civil War (1923) John P. Burch as told by Captain Harrison Trow, 268pp. pb., 16.50 + P&H.

- The Crime of '20: An Official Story of Frenzied Finance (1922) Judge George W. Armstrong, 269pp.,

- Legends of the Shawangunk (Shon-gum) and Its Environs, including Historical Sketches, Biographical Notices, and Thrilling Border Incidents and Adventures relating to those portions of the Counties of Orange, Ulster, and Sullivan (New York) lying in the Shawangunk Region (1887) Philip H. Smith, 168pp., (will be larger than 6x9).

- Hermes Scythicus: Or, the Radical Affinities of the Greek and Latin Languages to the Gothic: Illustrated from the Moeso-Gothic, Anglo-Saxon, Francic, Alemannic, Suio Gothic, Islandic &c. A Dissertation On the Historical Proofs of the Scythian Origin of the Greeks (1814) John Jamieson, D.D., 394pp.,

- The Romance of the Rothschilds (1915) Balla Ignác or Ignatius Balla (1885-1976; Hungarians list their last name first), 310pp., pb., Nathan Rothschild took Balla (a Hungarian poet, essayist, short story writer, translator, editor, and journalist who later became an Italian citizen) to court to try to stop this book being published on the grounds certain things were not true and libelous, but the court agreed they were true.

- Our Nationalities: Who Are the Irish?; Who Are the Scotch?; Who Are the Welsh?; Who Are the English? (c.1880), James Bonwick, 532pp., (Stonebuilders; Crannog Race; Iberian Irish; Nemedian Irish; Fomorian Irish; Firbolg Irish; Tuath-De-Danaan Irish; Milesian Irish; Fenian Irish; Phoenician Irish; Celtic Irish; Picts and Scots; Ancient Names of Ireland; Tara and Dublin Past; Stone of Destiny; Irish Round Towers; Romans, Britons, Danish, Saxons; Irish Women; Irish Literature; Ancient Irish Religion; Old Irish Laws; English; Norman; Ulster), THIS LOOKS LIKE AN EXCELLENT BOOK.