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Beneš, Ivo, and Václav Slanec. Lokální a inventární katalog zámecké knihovny v Českém Krumlově. Vol. 1-4. Český Krumlov, 1961-1964. Print.



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"Debrett's Early History."Debrett's. Debrett's Limited. Web. 20 Apr 2013. .

Ehrlich, Marek. "Zámecký park." Státní zámek Hluboká. Národní Památkový Ústav, 18 Apr 2013. Web. 20 Apr 2013. .

"Fonthill History."The Fonthill Estate. The Fonthill Estate, 2012. Web. 1 Apr 2013. .

Hajná, Milena. "Historie zámku Český Krumlov. "Oficiální informační systém Český Krumlov. Město Český Krumlov, 16 Aug 2007. Web. 20 Apr 2013. .

Ivanov, Jan.Schwarzenbergové a železnice; Vztah primogenitury Schwarzenbergů k železniční dopravě v 19. století. MA thesis Jihočeská Univerzita, České Budějovice, 2010. Print.

Kadlecová, Jana. "Schwarzenberský knížecí architekt Damasus Deworezky." Obnovená tradice. 16.32 (2005). Web. 20 Apr. 2013. .

"Knihovna."Státní zámek Hluboká. Národní Památkový Ústav, 18 Apr 2013. Web. 20 Apr 2013. .

Kovář, Daniel. Tvrze, hrady a zámky Českobudějovicka. České Budějovice: Historicko-vlastivědný spolek, 2011. 141-148. Print.

Kubíková, Anna. "Účast Jana Adolfa II. ze Schwarzenbergu na korunovaci anglické královny Viktorie." Obnovená Tradice. 18.36 (2007). Print.

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Kuthan, Jiří. "Zámek Hluboká a stavební dílo Schwarzenberské primogenitury." Aristokratická sídla období romantismu. 1st. Prague: Akropolis, 2003. Web. 7 Apr 2013. .



"Levee." The Penguin English Dictionary. Praha: Knižní klub, 2005.

Lifka, Bohumír. Knihovny státních hradů a zámků. Praha: Státní tělovýchovné nakladatelství, 1954. Print.



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Appendix

The following list of the books in the English language currently present in the castle library in Český Krumlov was created as a basis for this thesis and possibly for future research of the library. The books are listed in the alphabetical order. Each item on the list consists of the name of the author, the title of the book, the information on the year and place of publishing, number of pages and size, the number which indicates the location of the book in the most recent library catalogue and in the library itself, and the special features (marks, stamps, inscriptions and others), if there are any. A number of the books are marked with stamps of different Schwarzenberg libraries (Libějic, Protivín, Hluboká – Frauenberg) and the offices and archives (Baudirektion, Centralarchiv Wien). These books were added to the Český Krumlov library for various reasons.

Abbehusen, C.H.
The First Story-book. A Preparation for Speaking and Writing the English Language.
Berlin: Leonhard Simion, 1882. 10th ed.
120 pgs.; 20x13x1 cm.
69G 13.666
Illegible signature on the front cover.

Ackerman, R.


Sixth Book Containing Six Imitations of Drawings of Fashionable Carriages.
London: R. Ackerman, 1800.
6 pgs.; 33.5x24 cm.
97D 22.794

A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton.


London: J. and R. Tonson; and J. Newberry, 1762.
144 pgs.; 17.5x10.5x2 cm.
5C 813

A Guide to Kenilworth.


Coventry: Merridew & Son, s.a.
52 pgs.; 22x13.5x1 cm.
3J 16.543
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.
A Guide to the Collection of Minerals. British Museum.
London: Order of the Trustees, 1862.
21x14.5x2.
20I 20.554, part 5

A Handbook for Travellers in Lower and Upper Egypt; Icluding Descriptions of the Course of the Nile through Egypt and Nubia, Alexandria, Cairo, the Pyramids, Thebes, the First and Second Cataracts, the Suez Canal, the Peninsula of Mount Sinai, the Oases, the Fayûm, Etc. In Two Parts.


London: John Murray, 1891. 8th revised ed.
668 pgs.; 18x13x3 cm.
70G 14.060

Ainslie, John.


Scotland on Nine Imperial Sheets.
Edinburgh: John Thomson & Co., 1834.
3 sheets in a box; 21.5x14.5x3.5 cm (the box), 62.5x165 (the sheets).
60I 11.410

A List of Fellows, Imperial Fellows, Honorary, Foreign, Corresponding Members and Medallists of the Zoological Society in London.


London: William Clowes and Sons; 1927, 1931-1934.
5 vol.; 260 pgs.; 21.5x14x1 cm.
236.23.437
64C 12.668/1-4

Alvensleben, Max, Baron von.


With Maxmilian in Mexico. From the Note-Book of a Mexican Officer.
London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1867.
289 pgs.; 20.5x13x2.5 cm.
74J 15.382
Two inscriptions on the flyleaf: "Most Respectfully Presented to his ... the Prince Schwarzenberg by the author. The 27 of No 1868 Vienna." The second one is not legible. The pages are not cut. Stamp “Centralarchiv in Wien, 1867” on several pages.

Anderson, George, and Peter Anderson.


Guide to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland: Including Orkney and Zetland: Descriptive of Their Scenery, Statistics, Antiquities, and Natural History.
London: John Murray, 1834.
759 pgs.; 17.5x11x4 cm.
72B 14.563

Anecdotes of Kings Selected from History; or, Gertrude's Stories for Children.


London: Griffith and Farran, 1857. New ed.
168 pgs.; 14.5x11x1 cm.
61A 11.581

Annual Report 1933-1934 and Fisher Centenary Appeal. Cambridge University Catholic Association.


Cambridge: W. Lewis at the University Press, 1934.
31 pgs.; 21.5x14 cm.
66D 12.974
Austen, Jane.
Sense and Sensibility. Collection of British Authors, Tauchnitz Edition. Vol. 735.
Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1864.
340 pgs.; 16.5x12x2 cm.
8J 17.396
Stamp “Jedenáctiletka Český Krumlov” on the flyleaf.

Ayres, Philip.


Emblems of Love. In Four Languages.
London, 1683.
Npag; 16x10.5x2 cm.
46C 8.505
Golden supralibros with the monogram of Maria Ernestine of Eggenberg on both covers.

Aytoun, William Edmundstone.


Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and Other Poems.
Edinburgh, London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1865. 17th ed.
359 pgs.; 18x12.5x3 cm.
70G 14.061

Bacon, Thomas, and W. and A. Finden.


The Oriental Annual; Containing a Series of Tales, Legends and Historical Romances.
London: Charles Tilt, 1839.
250 pgs.; 20.5x13.5x2.5 cm.
14K 3.161/3

Bagshawe, Thomas W.


III. Notes on the Habits of the Gentoo and Ringed or Antarctic Penguins. Transactions of the Zoological Society of London. Vol. 24. Part 1-3.
London: Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co., Ltd, 1938.
Pgs. 185-306; 33x26.5x1 cm.
4C 16.648/23

Baker, James.


Pictures from Bohemia. Drawn with Pen and Pencil.
The Religious Tract Society, /1894/.
192 pgs.; 28x20.5x2.
47K 8.842

Barrow, Isaac.


A Treatise of The Pope's Supremacy. To Which is Added A Discourse on the Unity of the Church.
London: Brabazon Aylmer, 1680.
428 pgs.; 20x16x4.5 cm.
28H 6.048
Supralibros in the shape of the coat of arms of the Schwarzenbergs on the back cover. Signature “J. A. Schwarzenberg, 1777” on the title page.

Beer, Michael.


The Paria. A Tragedy in One Act. Translated from German.
London: W. Sams, 1836.
30 pgs.; 17x11 cm.
27C 21.912

Bhatti, Hamid Khan.


I. The Integument and Dermal Skeleton of Siluroidea. Transactions of the Zoological Society of London. Vol. 24. Part 1.
London: Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co., Ltd, 1938.
3 Vol.; 102 pgs.; 33x26.5x1 cm.
4C 16.648/21
The pages are not cut.

Blessington, /Marguerite/.


Heath's Book of Beauty. 1838. With Beautifully Finished Engravings, from Drawings by the First Artists.
London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1838.
280 pgs.; 24.5x17.5x2.5 cm.
62G 12.226/1
All the pictures were cut out.

- - - .
Heath's Book of Beauty. 1839. With Beautifully Finished Engravings, from Drawings by the First Artists.


London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1839.
280 pgs.; 24.5x17.5x2.5 cm.
62G 12.226/2
All the pictures were cut out.

- - - .
Heath's Book of Beauty. With Beautifully Finished Engravings, from Drawings by the First Artists.


London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, 1835.
264 pgs.; 20x13x2 cm.
58F 10.850/1
All the pictures were cut out.

- - - .
Heath's Book of Beauty. With Beautifully Finished Engravings, from Drawings by the First Artists.


London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, 1837.
264 pgs.; 20x13x2 cm.
58F 10.850/2
All the pictures were cut out.

Bonhôte, /Elizabeth/.


The Parental Monitor. In Two Volumes.
London: William Lane, 1788.
2 vol.; 240+244 pgs.; 17.5x10.5x2 cm.
70G 14.066/1-2

Boniface, A/ntoine Alexandre/.


The Student's Assistant or Learner's First Guide to the English Language. Juvenile Library. Vol. 2.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1840. 7th ed.
212 pgs.; 14.5x9x1.5 cm.
27B 21.873
Uncut pages.

Bowles, Emily.


Sanctity in Home Life; Being an Account of Francesca de Maistre and the Countess Medolago.
London: John Philp, 1864.
86 pgs.; 14.5x9.5x0.5 cm.
27K 22.120
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Boydell, John.


Boydell's Graphic Illustrations of the Dramatic Works, of Shakespeare; Consisting of a Series of Prints Forming an Elegant and Useful Companion to the Various Editions of His Works, Engraved from Pictures, Purposely Painted by the Very Fine Artists, and Lately Exhibited at the Shakespeare Gallery.
London: Messrs. Boydell & Co., /cca 1800/.
100 plates; 42x31x3 cm.
85A 16.292
Supralibros in the shape of the coat of arms of the Schwarzenbergs on the back cover.

Brannon, G/eorge/, and A. Brannon.


Brannon's Shilling Pocket Guide to the Isle of Wight.
Wootton: G & A. Brannon, s.a.
116 pgs.; 12x7.5x2 cm.
29L 22.738
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Briddon's Illustrated Handbook to the Isle of Wight. Containing Every Information Necessary to the Tourist.


Ventnor: James Briddon, 1865. A new edition.
95 pgs.; 16.5x10.5x1 cm.
16F 19.680
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

/Brönte, Charlotte; ps./ Currer Bell.


Shirley. A Tale. Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors Vol. 446.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1850.
390 pgs.; 21.5x14.5x3 cm.
49J 9.155

Brown, E/llen L./


Master Gregory's Cunning, and Other Tales of Instruction and Amusement.
London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1867.
118 pgs.; 15x10.5x0.5 cm.
22D 21.303
Inscription “Eleonore Schwarzenberg from Dearest, 24 ... 1869” on the flyleaf.

Buckler, John.


The Views of Caton Hill in Cheshire, the Seat of the Right Honourable Earl Grosvenor.
London: William Clarke, 1826.
Npag; 62x44.5x1.5 cm.
34L 6.803
Budge, E. A. Wallis.
The Nile. Notes for Travellers in Egypt.
London, Cairo: Thos. Cook and Son, 1892. 2nd ed.
374 pgs.; 18.5x13x3 cm.
61E 11.706
Notes written with pencil. Blue handwritten mark “Libějic Nr. 39”.

Bulwer, Edward Lytton.


Money. A Comedy in Five Acts; as Performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1841. 3rd ed.
110 pgs.; 20.5x14x1 cm.
56G 10.385

- - -.
The Disowned. Collection of Ancient and Modern British Novels and Romances. Vol. 47.


Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1833.
531 pgs.; 21.5x14x4 cm.
56I 10.434
Signature “Adolph Schwarzenberg” on the title page.

/- - -/.
The Last Days of Pompeii.


Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co., 1834.
421 pgs.; 18.5x12.5x2 cm.
57D 10.551
The name of the author written by a reader on the title page with pencil.

- - - .
The Pilgrims of the Rhine.


London: Saunders and Otley, 1834.
341 pgs.; 23x16.5x4.5 cm.
51J 9.362
Supralibros in the shape of the coat of arms of the Schwarzenbergs on the back cover.

Butler, Joseph.


The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature.
London: John and Paul Knapton, 1736. 2nd ed.
467 pgs.; 21x14x3.5 cm.
10I 2.038

Butler, Samuel.


Hudibras. A Poem Written in the Time of the Civil Wars.
London, 1757.
3 Vol.; 365+480+365 pgs.; 16x11.5x2 cm.
46D 8.520/1-3

Byron, /George Gordon/.


Child Harold's Pilgrimage.
London: John Murray, 1860. New ed.
192 pgs.; 17x11x1 cm.
71B 14.297
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg, 1878” on the front cover.

Caine, Hall.


The Prodigal Son.
London: George Newnes, /after 1904/.
202 pgs.; 21.5x15x1 cm.
631.23.742

Caldecott, Randolf.


Last 'Graphic' Pictures.
London, Glasgow and New York: George Routledge & Sons, 1888.
Npag; 27.5x37.5x1 cm.
72M 14.807
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Protivin” on the title page.

Caunter, Hobart, and William Daniell.


The Oriental Annual, or Scenes in India.
London: Bull and Churton, 1835.
263 pgs.; 20.5x13.5x2.5 cm.
14K 3.161/1
The engravings were cut out.

- - - .
The Oriental Annual, or Scenes in India.


London: Charles Tilt, 1838.
242 pgs.; 20.5x13.5x2.5 cm.
14K 3.161/2
The engravings were cut out.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.


The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote. In Two Vol.umes.
London: J. Walker, 1818.
563+598 pgs.; 12.5x7.5x3 cm.
12A 2.485/1-2
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg Liechtenstein” on the flyleaves.

Child, /Lydia Maria Frances/.


The Girl's Own Book.
London: Thomas Tegg., 1842
363 pgs.; 14.5x11.5x2 cm.
21K 21.082
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg” on the flyleaf.

Choice Library for Young People. Tales for Youth.


Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co., /cca 1850/.
241 pgs.; 14x11x1 cm.
70A 13.940.

Circulars of Information of the Bureau of Education. No. 1, 1875.


Washington: Government Printing Office, 1875.
114 pgs.; 23x15x0.5 cm.
65D 12.839
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.
Clairmont, Charles Gaulis.
First Poetical Reading-Book, Being a Progressive Collection of the Most Interesting Pieces in Verse in the English Language; Beginning with the Simplest Poems.
Vienna: Braumüller & Seidel, 1845.
354 pgs.; 17.5x12x2 cm.
71B 14.274

- - - .
Second English Reading-Book, Being a Progressive Selection of the Most Interesting Pieces in Prose, Compiled from the Popular Authors of the Present and Last Century, with the Accentuation of Each Syllable and a Translation of the Most Uncommon Words at the Bottom of Every Page.


Vienna: Braumüller & Seidel, 1847.
381 pgs.; 22.5x15x2 cm.
13G 18.951
Stamp "Fürstliche Schwarzenbergisches Centralarchiv Krumau" on the title page. Some of the paragraphs are marked.

Clara Woodword and Her Day-Dreams.


London: Knight and Son, s.a.
186 pgs.; 14.5x10x1 cm.
22D 21.281
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg” on the flyleaf.

/Clifford, Augustus William J./


A Description of Westfield, Ryde, Isle of Wight.
London: privately printed, 1862.
143 pgs.; 25.5x20x1.5 cm.
66F 13.004

Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases Mostly of Pure Greek Workmanship Discovered in Sepulchres in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, But Chiefly in the Neighbourhood of Naples During the Years 1782-90, Now in the Possession of Sir William Hamilton: With Remarks on Each Vase by the Collector.


Naples: M. W. Tischbein, 1791, 1795.
2 vol.; 159+103 pgs.; 48x37x4.5 cm.
88C 16.376/1-2

Confraternity of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, for the Conversion of Sinners.


London: Thomas Richardson and Son, /1865/.
12 pgs.; 14x9 cm.
27K 22.124
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page. “Certificate of Admission” on the last page filled in with pencil.

Cooper, /James/ Fenimore.


The Headsman, or, The Abbaye les Vignerons. Baudry's Collection of Ancient and Modern British Novels & Romances. Vol. 50.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1833.
462 pgs.; 22.5x14.5x2 cm.
1L 16.477/C
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page. Signature “Adolph Schwarzenberg” on the front cover.

/- - -/.
The Water Witch; or the Skimmer of the Seas. A Tale in Three Vol.umes.


Dresden: Walther, 1830.
3 vol.; 207+292+250 pgs.; 17x11.5x2 cm.
73C 14.948/1-3

Courthope, William.


Debrett's Baronetage of England; with Alphabetical Lists of Such Baronetcies, as Have Merged in the Peerage, or Have Become Extinct. And Also of the Existing Baronets of Nova Scotia and Ireland.
London: Printed for J. G. & F. Rivington, 1837. 7th ed.
474 pgs.; 21x13x4 cm.
4I 739
Stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergisches Centralarchiv Krumau” on the title page. “1934” written on the flyleaf.

/Cowper, Frances Maria/.


Original Poems on Various Occasions. By a Lady. Revised by William Cowper.
London: J. Deighton; J. Mathews; and R. Faulder, 1792.
115 pgs.; 15.5x10.5x1.5 cm.
39B 7.281

Crabbe, George.


Tales of the Hall. In 2 Vol.umes.
London: John Murray.1819.
2 Vol.; 326+353 pgs.; 22x14x2.5 cm.
58J 10.950
Inscription “Sir Henry St. John Caren/ St. John Mildmay/ ... ... Park 1826” on the flyleaf.

/Cradock, Harriet Lister/.


Anne Grey. A novel.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1834.
343 pgs.; 21x14x3 cm.
50G 9.153
The book was damaged, probably by insect. The damaged parts were professionally repaired.

Craven, Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach.


Memoirs of the Margravine of Anspach Formerly Lady Craven. Written by Herself. In Two Volumes.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1826.
2 vol.; 280+268 pgs.; 17.5x11x2.5 cm.
53E 9.616

Crocker, John Wilson.


Tales of a Grandfather on English History; Being a Collection of Stories Taken from the History of England.
Paris: J. H. Truchy, 1840.
262 pgs.; 13x9x2 cm.
71A 14.247
Dacre, Harry.
Daisy. Walzer Lied.
Leipzig: Bosworth and Co., s.a.
7 pgs.; 33.5x27 cm.
268.23.383

Dale, Thomas.


The Iris. A Literary and Religious Offering.
London: Sampson Low, 1830.
332 pgs.; 16.5x10.5x2.5 cm.
62D 12.081
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg Liechtenstein” on the flyleaf.

- - - .
The History of Sandford and Merton. Intended for the Use of Children.


Leipzig: George Wigant, 1858.
266 pgs.; 14x10x1.5 cm.
75A 15.484

Debrett, John.


Debrett's Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. In Two Vol.umes.
London: Printed by G. Woodfall, 1828. 7th ed, newly arranged and considerably improved.
2 Vol.; 443+888 pgs.; 18.5x11.5x4 cm.
43E 8.101/1-2
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg Liechtenstein” on the flyleaf.

Designs.
London, 1822.


118 pgs.; 28x23x 3 cm.
61M 11.954
Free pages, the binding was destroyed.

Devonshire, Elizabeth /Foster, Duchess/ of.


Anecdotes and Biographical Sketches.
London: Privately printed, 1863.
137 pgs.; 22x15x2 cm.
70K 14.143
Inscription “Princess Schwarzenberg from” and ex-libris “A. W: Clifford”.

Dick, W/illiam/ R/obertson/.


A Short Sketch of the Beauchamp Tower, Tower of London: and Also a Guide to the Inscriptions and Devices Left on the Walls Thereof.
London: Bemrose & Sons Limited, s.a.
48 pgs.; 18.5x13 cm.
29G 22.563
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Dickens, Charles.


A Christmas Carol.
Paris, 1844.
440 pgs.; 15.5x10x1 cm.
22D 21.304
The pages were cut by hand. Illegible signature on the front cover together with a note “a good book by a good man”.

- - - .
Oliver Twist.


London: Chapman & Hall, Limited, s.a.
170 pgs.; 22x14.5 cm.
24G 21.769

- - - .
The Christmas Books.


London: Champman & Hall, s.a.
412 pgs.; 21x15x3 cm.
60I 11.398
Signature “Therese” on the flyleaf.

- - - .
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Containing a Faithful Account of the Fortunes, Misfortunes, Uprisings, Downfallings, and Complete Career of the Nickleby Family. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors. Vol. 236.


Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1839.
377 pgs.; 21x14x3.5 cm.
36H 6.895

D'Israeli, B/enjamin/.


Tancred or The New Crusade.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co., 1847.
331 pgs.; 22x14x2 cm.
3J 16.544
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Disraeli, Isaac.


Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles the First, King of England.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co.; Baudry's European Library, 1851.
547 pgs.; 24x16x3 cm.
8G 17.334/2
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Dryden, John.


The Fables of John Dryden, Ornamented with Engravings from the Pencil of the Right Hon. Lady Diana Beauclerc.
London: J. Edwards, and E. Harding, 1797.
241 pgs.; 37.5x29x4 cm.
33L 6.763

/Ducôté, A./


Equestrian Sketches. By a Walking Gentleman.
London: Thomas M'Lean, 1838.
Npag; 42.5x20.5 cm.
96C 23.093

Dumas, Alexander; Hugo, Victor.


Catherine of Cleves, and Hernani: Tragedies; Translated by Lord Francis Leveson Gower.
London: J. Andrews, 1832.
249 pgs.; 20x13x2 cm.
69E 13.534

Ebden, W.


Hodgson's Geographical Companion Through England; Wales; and part of Scotland.
London: Hodgson & Co, 1824.
1 map; 19x12x1 cm (box); 73.5x55 cm (map).
14I 19.488

Edgeworth, /Mary/.


Tales of Fashionable Life. In Six Volumes.
London: J. Johnson and Co, 1814. 4th ed.
1 vol. (V); 392 pgs.; 17.5x11.5x3 cm.
63C 12.491/1.
Signature “Stadion” on the title page.

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Tales of Fashionable Life. In Six Volumes.


London: R. Hunter, 1818. New edition.
1 Vol. (VI); 452 pgs.; 17.5x11.5x3 cm.
63C 12.491/2
Signature “Stadion” on the title page.

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Harry and Lucy. A Tale in Two Parts.


Paris: Baudry´s European Library, 1836.
241 pgs.; 14.5x10x2 cm.
74A 15.128

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Helen. A Tale.


Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1846.
563 pgs.; 18.5x12x3.5 cm.
69D 13.483

E., H. F.


The Child's Duty. Dedicated by a Mother to Her Children.
London: J. Harris, 1835. 2nd ed.
113 pgs.; 14.5x10x1 cm.
27B 21.872
Inscription “Eleonore Schwarzenberg from Dearest” on the title page.

Eliot, Charles W/illiam/.


Some Roads Towards Peace; A Report to the Trustees of the Endowment On Observations Made in China and Japan in 1912.
Washington: Published by the Endownment, 1914.
88 pgs.; 25x17x1 cm.
60.23.175

Elizabeth, Charlotte. Ed.


The Protestant Annual.
London: Francis Baisler, 1841.
307 pgs.; 19.5x13x3 cm.
58F 10.848
Emmert, J. H.
The Theatre: or, A Selection of Easy Plays, to Facilitate the Study of the English Language.
Gottingen: for J. Chr. Dietrich, 1789.
360 pgs.; 16.5x10.5x3 cm
6A 993

/Engel, Johann Jacob, and Christian Felix Weisse/.


The Juvenile Dramatist, or a Selection of Plays from the Most Celebrated German Writers upon Education.
Hamburgh: Bachmann and Gundermann, 1801.
3 vol.; 64, 44, 59 pgs.; 16.5x10.5x1 cm.
60A 11.127/1-3

Essler, F.W.


Twenty Years of Sudeten-German Losses 1918-1938. N°2 of Documents of Denationalisation edited by Karl Hermann Frank.
Wien: Wilhelm Braumüller, 1938.
70 pgs.; 23x15.5x1 cm.
10C 17.943/1

/Fane, John, Earl of Westmorland/.


Memoir of the Operations of the Allied Armies under Prince Schwarzenberg, and Marshal Blucher, During the Latter End of 1813 and the Year 1814.
London: John Murray, 1822.
341 pgs.; 23x15x4.5 cm.
51J 9.364
Supralibros in the shape of the coat of arms of the Schwarzenbergs on the back cover. Stamp of the “Schwarzenberg Centralarchiv in Wien”.

Farr, Thomas.


A Remedy for the Distresses of the Nation: showing a saving of fifty millions a year sterling, by an equitable adjustment of the corn laws, an increase of revenue of five millions, and a short plan for taking off half the assessed taxes, custom and excise duties.
London: Messrs. Ridgway, 1840.
90 pgs.; 21x14x0.5 cm.
22F 21.497
Inscription "To Prince Frederic of Schwarzenberg from the Author" on the flyleaf. Stamp “Schwarzenberg Centralarchiv in Wien” on the title page.

Finden, W. & E.


Finden's Portraits of the Female Aristocracy of the Court of Queen Victoria. No. I. Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria. The Countess of Hillsborough. The Lady Louisa Cavendish.
London: W. & E. Finden, 1838.
8 pgs.; 36x26.5 cm.
97F 22.823
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the front cover.
Flügel, J. G.
The Selector, or, a Choice Collection of Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose and Poetry, from the Best English Writers, Designed to Facilitate the Improvement in Reading and Speaking the English Language. In Two Volumes.
Leipsic: Printed for G. Reimer, 1827.
418 pgs.; 21x13x3 cm.
10M 2.156

Fox, Charles James.


Memorials and Correspondance of Charles James Fox.
London: Richard Bentley, 1853, 1853, 1854, 1857.
480+387+465+492 pgs.; 23x15.5x4 cm.
70I 14.113/1-4
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Gibbs, Philip.


The Tragedy of Portugal; as Shown in the Sufferings of the Portuguese Political Prisoners, Royalists, Republicas, Socialists and Syndicalists.
London: L. Upcott Gill & Son, Ltd, 1914.
80 pgs.; 18.5x12.5x0.5 cm.
96B 23.041
Marked paragraphs on Don João d'Almeida on the pages 36-39.

Goldsmith, /Oliver/.


An Abridged History of England from the Invasion of J. Caesar to the Death of George II.
Paris: Baudry´s European Library, 1840.
488 pgs.; 22x14.5x4 cm.
58I 10.920

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The Vicar of Wakefield.


London: Charles Daly, 1837.
251 pgs.; 10.5x7.5x1.5 cm.
11A 2.186

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The Vicar of Wakefield.


Francfort o. M.: H. L. Brönner, 1845. 6th stereotype-edition.
172 pgs.; 17x11x1.5 cm.
49B 9.085
Glosses written with pencil (words translated to German) on the first 50 pages. The last page is not completely cut.

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The Vicar of Wakefield. A Tale.


London: Printed for C.&J. Rivington & the other Proprietors, 1823.
196 pgs.; 13x7.5x1.5 cm.
47A 8.656
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg Liechtenstein” on the flyleaf.
Goodwin, Francis.
Domestic Architecture Being a Second Series of Designs for Cottages, Lodges, Villas and Other Residences, in the Grecian, Italian, and Old English Styles of Architecture.
London: Printed for the Author, 1834.
75 pgs.; 34x25x2 cm.
61M 11.951
Stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Baudirection” on the title page.

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Domestic Architecture Being a Second Series of Designs for Cottages, Lodges, Villas and Other Residences, in the Grecian, Italian, and Old English Styles of Architecture.


London: Messrs. Longman and Co, 1833.
41 plates, 33x25.5x1.5 cm.
72N 14.857
Stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Baudirection” on the title page.

Grimalkin, Tabitha.


Tales from Catland Written for Little Kittens. By an Old Tabby.
London: Griffith and Farran, 1856. 3rd ed.
96 pgs.; 17.5x13x1 cm.
60D 11.247
Inscription “Eleonore Schwarzenberg from Dearest” on the title page.

/Hall, A. Maria/.


Annie Price; or, Grandmamma's Sunshine and Other Stories.
London: George Routlege and Sons, s.a.
155 pgs.; 16x10.5x1.5 cm.
61A 11.574

Hall, S/amuel/ C/arter/.


The Book of Gems. The Modern Poets and Artists of Great Britain.
London: Whittaker and Co., 1838.
304 pgs.; 21.5x15x4.5 cm.
37H 7.053
Supralibros in the shape of the coat of arms of the Schwarzenbergs on the back cover.

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The Book of Gems. The Poets and Artists of Great Britain.


London: Saunders and Otley, 1836.
304 pgs.; 21.5x15x4.5 cm.
51G 9.330
Supralibros in the shape of the coat of arms of the Schwarzenbergs on the back cover.

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The Amulet; a Christian and Literary Remembrancer.


London: Frederick Wesley and A. H. Davis, 1835.
286 pgs.; 17x11x2cm.
60E 11.268
Hamburg - Amerika Linie. To North America in the Tourist Class
S.l., /1930?/.
Npag; 30x21 cm.
222.23.337
Stamp "Hamburg-Amerika Linie” on the titel page.

Harrison, W/illiam/ H/enry/ and Holland, James (illustrations).The Tourist in Portugal. Jennings's Landscape Annual, for 1839.


London: Robert Jennings , 1839.
290 pgs.; 20x13x2.5 cm.
61H 11.811

Hawthorne, Nathaniel.The Blithedale Romance.


Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields., 1852.
288 pgs.; 19x12x2.5 cm.
62C 12.068

Heine, Heinrich.Poems of Heinrich Heine Translated by Julian Fane.


Vienna: From the Imp. Court and Government Printing Office. Not Published., 1854.
95 pgs.; 24x15x1.5 cm
5I 16.779
Inscription "A Son ... Madame la ... De Schwarzenberg ... De l'auteur" and the stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Hewit, Abram /Stephens/.


On the Statistics and Geography of the Production of Iron.
New York: Wm. C. Bryant a. Co 1856.
87 pgs.; 23x15 cm
82.23.197
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Hughes, Rev. T. S.


The History of England from the Accession of George III. 1760 - 1835. In Seven Vol.umes.
London: A. J. Walpy, 1836.
7 Vol.; 452, 434, 468, 463, 468 pgs.; 22.5x15.5x3.5 cm.
50H 9.266/1-7

Hughes, W.


Philips' Travelling Map of England and Wales.
London and Liverpool: George Philip & Son, /1860/.
1 map; 18x11.5x2 cm (box), 5x65.5 cm ( map).
14I 19.484

Hume, David


The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ReVol.ution in 1688. In Six Volumes.
London: T. Cadell; C. J. G. And F. Rivington; Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1830. A new ed.
6 vol.; 608+630+ 598+564+560+501 pgs.; 22.5x 15.5x 4 cm.
50H 9.265/1-6
/Humphreys, Eliza M., ps./ Rita.
Vanity! The Confessions of a Court Modiste.
London, Leipzig, Paris, Milan: T. Fisher Unwin, 1903.
308 pgs.; 20x13x2.5 cm.
62C 12.048
The pages were cut by the reader, those in the back with advertisement remain uncut. Stamp of the “Schlossbibliothek Protivin” on the title page.

Hungerford, /Margaret Wolfe/.


The Red House Mystery. A Novel. Collection of British Authors Tauchnitz Edition 2979.
Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz., 1894
279 pgs.; 16.5x12x2 cm.
65A 12.741

/Irving, Washington/.


A Tour on the Prairies.
London: John Murray, 1835.
335 pgs.; 18.5x12.5x3 cm.
53G 9.653

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Tales of the Alhambra.


Leipzig: Renger., 1846.
266 pgs.; 15.5x11.5x1.5 cm.
80C 15.896

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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus. Abbridged for the Use of Schools.


Leipzig: Baumgärtners Buchhandlung., 1840.
328 pgs.; 18x12x2 cm.
81C 15.994

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The Works of Washington Irving. The Sketch Book Vol. I, II and III. Pocket Library of English Classics No° 211.


Zwickau: Brothers Schumann, 1829.
227+198+248 pgs.; 11x9x3cm.
11A 2.188

Jackson, W. H.


The White City (As it Was).
Chicago and Denver: The White City Art Company., 1894.
Npag; 36.5x46x3.5 cm.
96E 23.113.

James, G/eorge/ P/ayne/ R/ainsford/.


Henry of Guise or The States of Blois.Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors Vol. 256.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 3, Quai Malaquais., 1840.
398 pgs.; 22x14.5x3 cm.
49K 9.166.)
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Henry Smeaton. A Jacobite Story of the Reign of George I. Vol. I. Dürr´s Collection of Standard American and British Authors. Vol. 57.
Leipzig: Alphons Dürr., 1861.
284 pgs.; 18.5x13x1 cm.
66C 12.951
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg”.

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Henry Smeaton. A Jacobite Story. Vol. II. Dürr's Collection of Standard British Authors. Vol. 58.


Leipzig: Alphons Dürr, 1861.
280 pgs.; 18.5x13x1 cm.
65D 12.832.

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The Bitter Blood. Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors Vol. 245.


Paris: Baudry's European Library.,1839.
358 pgs.; 22x14.5x3 cm.
49K 9.165

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The Huguenot. A Tale of the French Protestants. Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors Vol. 233.


Paris: Baudry's European Library., 1839.
448 pgs.; 22x14.5x3 cm.
5.49K 9.167

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The Stepmother. A Romance. In Two Vol.umes.


Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz.,1845.
356+412 pgs.; 15x11.5x2 cm.
27B 21.877
Inscription "In token of friendship from Your ... ... 187." and the stamp "Anton Mörath" on the title page.

Johnson, John.


A Collection of All the Ecclesiastical Laws, Canons, Aswers, or Rescripts, With other Memorials concerning the Government, Discipline and Worship of the Church of England.
London: Robert Knaplock., 1720.
Npag; 21x13.5x4 cm.
19I 20.091/1-2

Joyce, George Hayward.


Principles of Logic.
London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1908.
429 pgs.; 23x15x4 cm.
28E 22.226

Kelly and Walsh's Hand-book of the Japanese Language for the Use of Tourists and Residents: Being a Guide to Conversations in the Colloquial Style, to which is Added a Carefully Selected Vocabulary of Words and Phrases.


Yokohama, Singapore, Shanghai, Hongkong: Kelly and Walsh Limited., 1898.
295 pgs.; 12.5x8x1 cm.
70A 13.889

Kennedy, Grace.


Works of Grace Kennedy.
Brussels: Louis Hauman and Company., 1836.
350+ 300+371+342+ 254+ 340 pgs.; 16.5x11x2.5 cm.
53D 9.609/6

Kenya: It's Industries, Trade, Sports and Climate.


Kenya Empire Exhibition Council., 1924.
187 pgs.; 21x14x1 cm.
66E 12.995

Koch, Alexander.


Academy Architecture and Annual Architectural Review. Edited by Alexander Koch.
London: Academy Architecture.,1891.
140 pgs.; .25x19x1 cm.
72N 14.808
Stamp "Fürstlich Schwarzenberg'sche Sektions-Bauleitung Frauenberg" on title page

Lawson, Peter and Son.


The Agriculturist's Manual Being a Familiar Description of the Agricultural Plants Cultivated in Europe Including Practical Observations Respecting Those Suited to the Climate of Great Britain and Forming a Report of Lawson's Agricultural Museum in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons., 1836.
429 pgs.; 23.5x15x3 cm.
69K 13.774

/Leitch, Ritchie/.


Heath's Picturesque Annual for 1835: Scott and Scotland.
London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, 1835.
256 pgs.; 20.5x13.5x2 cm.
62H 12.273
All the engravings were cut out.

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Windsor Castle and it's Environs. Heath's Picturesque Annual for 1840.


London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans., 1840.
274 pgs.; 24.5x17x3 cm.
62I 12.310
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg”.

Le Sage, /Alain-René/.


The Adventures of Gil Blas de Santillane. In Two Volumes.
London: 1818.
2 vol.; 429+ 432 pgs.; 12.5x7.5x2 cm.
12A 2.484/1-2
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg Liechtenstein”.

LeGrand, abbé.


The Sisters of the Rosary in Jerusalem. Translated by G. S. Morgan.
Rome: Salesian Press., 1897.
59 pgs.; 22x16x0.5 cm.
19I 20.110

Lewis, /Matthew Gregory; Scott, Sir Walter; Southey, Robert; Leyden, John/.


Tales of Wonder. In Three Volumes. Vol. III.
Vienna: R. Sammer., 1805.
183 pgs.; 12.5x8x1 cm.
22D 21.298

Locke, John.


The Works of John Locke. In Three Volumes. Vol. III.
London:., 1751. 5th ed.
757 pgs.; 36x24x6.5 cm.
7M 1.410

Loftie, W.J.


Authorised Guide to the Tower of London.
London: /H.M.S.O./., 1913.
16F 19.673

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth.


The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo.
539 pgs.; 17x13x4 cm.
4C 587

Loudon, J/ohn/ C/laudius/.


An Encyclopaedia of Cottage, Farm and Villa Architecture and Furniture; Containing Numerous Designs for Dwelling.
London: Longmans, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman, 1833.
1138 pgs.; 23x14x8 cm.
22G 21.584
Stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Baudirection”.

Lugar, R/obert/.


The Country Gentleman's Architect; Containing a Variety of Designs for Farm Houses and Farm Yards of Different Magnitudes, Arranged on the Most Approved Principles for Arable, Grazing, Feeding and Dairy Farms; with Plans and Sections Shewing at Large the Construction of Cottages, Barns, Stables, Feeding-Houses, Dairies, Brew-Houses, Maltings, &c. with Plans for Stables and Dog-Kennels; to Which are Added, Designs for Labourers' Cottages and Small Villas, the Whole Adapted to the Use of Country Gentlemen About to Build or to Alter.
London: J. Taylor, 1823.
22 plates; 32x25x1 cm.
72N 14.841
Stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Baudirection” on the title page.

Lushington, Henrietta.


The Happy Home; or, The Children at the Red House.
London: Griffith and Farran, 1868. 2nd ed.
229 pgs.; 17.5x14x2 cm.
60D 11.246

Macaulay, Thomas Babington.


The History of England from the Accession of James II.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co.; Baudry's European Library., 1849.
528 pgs.; 24x16x3 cm.
8G 17.334/1
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg”on the title page.

MacLeod, Norman.


The Gold Thread. A Story for the Young.
London: Strahan and Co., 1868.
68 pgs.; 19x14.5x1 cm.
58C 10.771

/Marsh-Caldwell, Anne/.


Adelaide Lindsay. A Novel Edited by the Author of 'Emilia Windham'. Collection of Ancient nd Modern British Authors. Vol. 450.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co.; Baudry's European Library, 1850.
298 pgs.; 22.5x14.5x2 cm.
1I 16.454
The stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

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Charley and Georgy: Or, the Children at Gibraltar.
London: George Routlege and Sons, /1860s?/.
195 pgs.; 15x10.5x1.5 cm.
71A 14.251

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Mount Sorel; or, The Heiress of the De Veres. Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors. Vol. 408.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1845.
362 pgs.; 22x14.5x2 cm.
8I 17.361

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The Wilmingtons. A Novel.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co.; Baudry's European Library, 1850.
178 pgs.; 24x16x1.5 cm.
6L 17.007
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Martineau, Harriet.


The Crofton Boys.
London: George Routlege and Sons., 1868.New ed.
192 pgs.; 15.5x11x1 cm.
61A 11.576

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The Playfellow. Containing The Settlers at Home. The Peasant and the Prince. Feats on the Fiord. The Crofton Boys.


London: George Rutledge and Sons., /1880/.
502 pgs.; 20x14x4 cm.
72F 14.652
Signature "Therese" and "MarieSchwarzenberg ...... 1880" on the flyleaf, and signature "MissSchwarzenberg" on the title page.

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The Settlers at Home.


London: George Routlege and Sons.,/cca 1860/.New ed.
192 pgs.; 15.5x11x1 cm.
61A 11.577

Maspero, G.


Guide to the Cairo Museum.
Cairo:Printing-office of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology., 1910.5th ed.
526 pgs.; 19.5x13x3 cm.
28I 22.361
Signature “Adolph Schwarzenberg” on the title page

Maspero, G.


Guide to the Cairo Museum.
Cairo:Printing-office of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology., 1910.5th ed.
526 pgs.; 19.5x13x3 cm.
29G 22.569

/McHenry, James; ps./ Solomon Secondsight.


O'Halloran; or, The Insurgent Chief. An Irish Historical Tale of 1798.
Chiswick: C. S. Arnold, 1824.
419 pgs.; 12.5x8.5x2.5 cm.
14A 3.056
Supralibros in the shape of the coat of arms of the Schwarzenbergs on the back cover.

Mechi, alderman /John Joseph/.


How to Farm Profitably: or, The Sayings & Doings of Mr. Alderman Mechi.
London: Routledge, Warne, & Routledge., 1860.A new ed.
433 pgs.; 17x11x4 cm.
9C 17.485
Stamp “Schwarzenberg Centralarchiv in Wien 1867” on the title page

Meteyard, Eliza.Dr. Oliver's Maid.


A Story in Four Chapters.
Berlin: Th. Chr. Fr. Enslin; London: Arthur Hall Virtue & Co.,/18../.
187 pgs.; 20x14x1 cm.
64D 12.683
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg”on the title page.

Meyer's British Chronicle, a Universal Review of British Literature.


Vol. 1: 1827. No°. 1, 2-15, 17-26.
Vol. 2: 1827. No°. 1-26.
Vol. 3: 1828. No°. 1-26.
Vol. 4: 1829. No°. 1-19, 21-22.
Gotha and New York: The Bibliographic Institution, 1827-1929.
97 iss.; 900 pgs./vol.; 28.5x17.5 cm.
21H 20.891/1-24
21H 20.891/25-50
21H 20.891/51-76
21H 20.891/77-97
Pages cut by a reader.
Miller, Patrick.
A Short Narrative of Facts Relative to the Invention and Practice of Steam-Navigation. From the Edinburgh Philosophical Journal. 1825.
15 pgs.; 22.5x14 cm.
22H 21.614
Inscription "With Mr. Miller's profound respects to Prince Schwarzenberg" on the flyleaf.

Milton, John.


Paradise Lost.
Paris: Didot the eldest, 1780.
243 +234 pgs.; 14.5x9x3 cm.
13A 2.865

Molesworth, /Mary Louisa, ps./ Ennis Graham.


'Carrots:" Just a Little Boy.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1897.
240 pgs.; 9x13x3 cm.
96B 23.037
Inscription "Karlini Schwarzenberg/ Christmas 1897/ from/ Mama" on the title page.

/Moore, George/.


Grasville Abbey. A Romance in Three Volumes.
London: G. G. And J. Robinson, 1797.
2 vol. (I and II); 259+262 pgs.;.19x11.5x2.5 cm.
24H 21.843
Signature “Schwarzenberg” on the front cover of the Volume I.

Moore, Thomas.


The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore. Vol. I and Vol. II. Pocket Library of English Classics N°19 and 20.
Zwickau: Printed for Brothers Schumann., 1821.
168 + 184 pgs.; 11x9x2 cm.
11A 2.187/1
Ex-libris with the coat of arms of the House of Schwarzenbergs “Ex Bibliotheca Principis Regnantis in Schwarzenberg”.

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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore. Vol. III and Vol. IV. Pocket Library of English Classics N°44 and 45.


Zwickau: Brothers Schumann, 1822.
222+201 pgs.; 11x9x2 cm
11A 2.187/2
Ex-libris with the coat of arms of the House of Schwarzenbersg “Ex Bibliotheca Principis Regnantis in Schwarzenberg”.

Morgan, /Sydney, Lady; née Owenson/.


France. In Two Volumes.
London: Henry Colburn., 1818.Third Ed.
428 + 415 pgs. + appendices; 23x14.5x3 cm.
3B 16.487/1-2.
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg”.
Motherby, Robert.
Pocket Dictionary of the Scottish Idiom in Which the Significance of the Words is Given in English and German, Chiefly Calculated to Promote the Understanding of the Works of Sir Walter Scott.
Königsberg: Brothers Borntraeger, 1826.
232 pgs.; 17x11.5x2 cm.
73C 14.941.

Nash, Joseph; /Holme, Charles Geoffrey/.


First Series of Nash's Mansions of England in the Olden Time.
London: T. M'Lean, 1839.
25 plates; 55.5x38x2 cm.
96C 23.094/1

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Second Series of Nash's Mansions of England in the Olden Time.


London: T. M'Lean, 1840.
26 plates; 55.5x38x2 cm.
96C 23.094/2

- - - .
Third Series of Nash's Mansions of England in the Olden Time.


London: T. M'Lean, 1841.
25 plates; 55.5x38x2 cm.
96C 23.094/3

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Fourth Series of Nash's Mansions of England in the Olden Time.


London: T. M'Lean, 1849.
25 plates; 55.5x38x2 cm.
96C 23.094/4

No. II. Royal Readers. First Series.


London: T. Nelson and Sons., 1881.enlarged edition.
142 pgs.; 16x10.5x1 cm.
12K 18.737

/Normanby, Constantine Henry Phipps/.


Matilda. A Tale of the Day in Two Vol.umes.
London: Henry Colburn, 1825. 3rd ed.
2 vol.; 275+258 pgs.; 18.5x11.5x2 cm.
56F 10.352/1-2

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The Contrast. In Three Volumes.
London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1832.
3 vol.;.288+257+247 pgs.; 19.5x11.5x2 cm.
56F 10.355/1-3

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Yes and No. A Tale of the Day in Two Volumes.
London: Henry Colburn, 1828.
2 vol.; 335+270 pgs.; 19.5x11.5x2.5 cm.
56F 10.354/1-2

Northumberland, C/harlotte/ F/lorentia Percy, Duchess of/.


Castles of Alnwick and Warkworth, Etc., from Sketches, by C. F. Duchess of Northumberland.
London: W. Nicol, Shakespeare Press, 1824.
39 pgs.; 30x23x3 cm.
28E 22.227

Norway. Official Publication for the Paris Exhibition 1900.


Kristiania: Aktie-bogtrykkeriet, 1900.
616 pgs.; 25.5x18x4.5 cm.
72M 14.777

Opie, /Amelia Alderson/.


New Tales. In Four Volumes. Vol. I. Mrs. Arlington; or, All is not Gold that Glitters.
London, 1818.
356 pgs.; 16.5x11x2.5 cm.
14A 3.054/1

- - - .
New Tales. In Four Volumes. Vol. III. The Quaker, and the Young Man of the World.


London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1818.
312 pgs.; 16.5x11x2 cm.
5.14A 3.054/3

- - - .
New Tales. In Four Volumes. Vol. IV. The Confessions of an Odd-Tempered Man. Written by Himself.


London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1818.
363 pgs.; 16.5x11x2 cm
5.14A 3.054/4

- - - .
Tales of Real Life. In Three Volumes. Vol. II. Appearance is Against Her.


London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1816. 3rd ed.
294 pgs.; 16.5x11x2.5 cm.
14A 3.054/2

- - - .
Tales of Real Life. In Three Volumes. Vol. III. Austin and His Wife. The Mysterious Stranger.


London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown., 1816. 3rd ed.
296 pgs.; 18x11x2 cm.
27C 21.930

Otley, J/onathan/.


A New Map of the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire.
Keswick, 1823.
1 map.14x11cm; 1 map. 33x27 cm.
14H 19.454
Stamp "Fürstliche Schwarzenbergisches Centralarchiv Krumau".
Ouida, /Marie Louise Ramé, ps./.A Rainy June. A Novelette.
Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1885.
86 pgs.; 16x11.5x1 cm.
74C 15.224

Owenson, /Sydney/.


The Wild Irish Girl; A National Tale. In Three Volumes.
London: Printed for Richard Phillips, 1806.
3 vol. 261+265+262 pgs.; 17.5x12x2 cm.
50A 9.183/1-3

Paget, John.


Hungary and Transylvania: with Remarks on Their Condition, Social, Political and Economical. Vol. I - II.
London: John Murray, 1839.
483+631 pgs.; 23x15x4 cm.
70K 14.147/1-2

Papworth, John Buonarotti.


Hints on Ornamental Gardening: Consisting of a Series of Designs for Garden Buildings, Useful and Decorative Gates, Fences, Railroads, &c., Accompanied by Observations on the Principles and Theory of Rural Improvement, Interspersed with Occasional Remarks on Rural Architecture.
London: R. Ackerman., 1823.
110 pgs.; 29x20x2 cm.
67H 13.210

- - - .
Rural Residences: Constisting of a Series of Designs for Cottages, Decorated Cottages, Small Villas and Other Ornamental Buildings.


London: R. Ackerman., 1818.
106 pgs.; 29x20x2 cm.
67H 13.209.
Signature “A. Schwarzenberg” on the flyleaf, stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Baudirection” on the title page.

/Parr, Harriet/, ps. Lee, Holme.


Thorney Hall. A Story of an Old Family.
London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1862. New ed.
256 pgs.; 17.5x11.5x2 cm.
60D 11.241
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Peča, Václav.


Sixty Years of Insurance Service. The First Decade of the Slavia in the Independent Czechoslovak Republic and the Development of Czechoslovak Insurance in the Years 1918-1928.
Prague: Orbis, /1929/.
127 pgs.; 27x19x2 cm.
67E 13.191
Peddie, James.
Racing for Gold or, Incidents in the Life of a Turf Comimissioner. With Examples of the Most Successful Systems of Speculating on the Turf and in Games of Chance.
London: Messrs. Fores., 1891.
308 pgs.; 18.5x13x3 cm.
71D 14.303

Philips' Large Scale Military Map of the Natal Frontier.


London: George Philip & Son, /1899-1902?/. 2nd ed.
1 map; 65 pgs.; 5x52 cm (map); 19x12.5 cm (book).
14I 19.490

Pollok, Robert.


The Course of Time. A Poem, in Ten Books.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood; and London: T. Cadell.,1828.
394 pgs.; 17.5x11.5x2.5 cm.
5C 814.

Private Catalogue of the Collection of Mr. John W. Brett Offering Very Precious Pictures of the Italian School, and a few matchless cabinet specimens of the Dutch school, including three of the finest works of Paul Potter, the unequalled Rembrandt & Gerard Douw, &c. &c..


London: /John W. Brett/ , 1838.
17 pgs.; 21x13.5 cm.
29I 22.606

Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London. Index. 1921-1928.


London: Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1930.
1 vol.; 180 pgs.; 23x16x1.5 cm.
5C 16.676/35
The pages are uncut.

Proceedings of the General Meetings for Scientific Business of the Zoological Society of London. 1929. Part IV.


1930. Part II.-IV.
1931. Part I.-III.
1932. Part I., III., IV.
1933. Part I.-IV.
1934. Part I.-IV.
1935. Part I.-IV.
1936. Part I.-IV.
London: Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1930-1937.
26 vol.; 100-200 pgs.; 27x18x2-4 cm.
5C 16.676/1
5C 16.676/2-4
5C 16.676/5-7
5C 16.676/8-10
5C 16.676/11-14
5C 16.676/15-18
5C 16.676/19-22
7B 17.015/1-4
The pages are uncut.
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. Series A. - General and Experimental.
Vol. 107. 1937. Part I.-IV.
Vol. 108. 1938. Part I.-IV.
Vol. 109. 1939. Part I.-III.
London: Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1937-1938.
11 vol.; 100-200 pgs.; 27x18x1.5 cm.
5C 16.676/23-26
5C 16.676/27-30
16.676/33-34
The pages are not cut.

Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. Series B. - Systematic and Morphological.


Vol. 109. 1939. Part I.-II.
London: Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1939.
2 vol.; 279 pgs.; 27x18x1 cm.
5C 16.676/31-32
The pages are not cut.

Proctor, Richard A/nthony/.


Easy Star Lessons.
London: Chatto & Windus., 1890.New ed.
239 pgs.; 19x13x2.5 cm.
28G 22.312
Inscription "Adolf Schwarzenberg/ Christmas 1898/ from/ Mama" flyleaf

Pugin, A/ugustus Welby Northmore/.


Details of Ancient Timber Houses of 15th and 16th Centuries.
London: Ackermann & Co., 1836.
21 plates; 31x24.5x1 cm.
72N 14.812

Pugin, A/ugustus Welby Northmore/; and E. J. Willson.


Specimens of Gothic Architecture Selected From Various Ancient Edifices in England: Consisting of Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Parts at Large; Calculated to Exemplify the Various Styles and the Practical Construction of this Admired Class of Architecture. Vol. I. and II.
London: M. A. Nattali., /1822/.
114 plates; 29x23.5x3 cm.
72N 14.855/1-2.
Stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Baudirection”.

Pugin, Augustus.


Pugin's Ornamental Gables, from Existing Examples in England and France, of the Sixteenth Century.
London: Henry G. Bohn, 1839. 2nd ed.
30 plates; 31.5x25x1 cm.
67G 13.204.
Stamp “Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Baudirection”.
Reports of the Council nd Auditors of the Zoological Society of London, for the Year 1926-1935.
London: Waterlow & Sons, 1927-1936.
10 vol.; 70-120 pgs.; 21.5x14 cm.
5C 16.678/1
66D 12.973/1
5C 16.678/2
5C 16.678/3
66D 12.973/2
66D 12.973/3
5C 16.678/4
5C 16.678/5
5C 16.678/6
5C 16.678/7

Reports of the Council and Auditors of the Zoological Society of London, for the Year 1936-1938.


Suffolk: Richard Clay and Sons, 1937-1939.
3 vol.; 80 pgs.; 21.5x14 cm.
66D 12.973/4
66D 12.973/5
66D 12.973/6

Reynolds, Frederick Mansel.


The Keepsake for 1829.
London: Hurst, Chance and Co., and R. Jennings., 1829.
360 pgs.; 19x13x2 cm.
5.74E 15.313/1

- - - .
The Keepsake for 1831.


London: Hurst, Chance and Co., and Jennings and Chaplin., 1831.
320 pgs.; 19x13x2 cm.
5.74E 15.313/2

- - - .
The Keepsake for 1832.


London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green., 1832.
320 pgs.; 19x13x2.5 cm.
74E 15.313/3

- - - .
The Keepsake for 1833.


London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman., 1833.
308 pgs.; 19x13x2.5 cm.
74E 15.313/4

- - - .
The Keepsake for 1835.


London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman., 1835.
296 pgs.; 19x13x2.5 cm.
74E 15.313/5
Richardson, Charles James.
Studies from Old English Mansions Their furniture, Gold & Silver Plate &c. by an Architect. First Series.
London: T. McLean., 1841.
29 plates; 51x34x2 cm.
96C 23.091/1

Richardson, Charles James.


Studies from Old English Mansions Their furniture, Gold & Silver Plate &c. &c. Second Series.
London: T. McLean., 1842.
Npag; 51x34x2 cm.
97E 22.813

Richardson, Charles James.


Studies from Old English Mansions Their furniture, Gold & Silver Plate &c. Third Series.
London: T. McLean., 1845.
Npag; 51x34x2 cm.
96C 23.091/2

Richter, Hans.


No Opression of the Sudeten-Germans in Czechslovakia? Czechoslovakians Reply to the Czechoslovakian Government.
Wien: Wilhelm Braumüller., 1937.
61 pgs.; 23x15.5x1 cm.
10C 17.935/2

Ritchie, Leitch.


Friendships Offering and Winter's Wreath. A Christmas and New Year's Present. A Literary Album and Annual Remembrancer.
London: Smith, Elder & Co., 65, Cornhill., 1834, 1835 and 1842.
3 vol.; 384 pgs.; 16.5x11x3 cm.
53B 9.575/1-3

Robertson, William.


The History of America.
Vienna: Printed for F. A. Schraembl., 1787.
3 vol.; 370+529+472 pgs.; 19x12x3 cm.
43C 8.089/1-3
Singnature “Henriette Manderscheidt” on the flyleaf.

- - - .
The History of Scotland During the Reigns of Queen Mary and of King James VI till His Accession to the Crown of England. In Two Volumes.


Vienna: F. A. Schraembl, 1788. A new ed.
2 vol.; 608+739 pgs.; 19x12x4.5 cm.
45G 8.405
Robinson, P.F.
Designs for Gate Cottages, Lodges and Park Entrances in Various Styles, from the Humblest to the Castellated.
London: Henry G. Bohn, 1837. 3rd ed.
Npag, 12 designs; 31.5x25x2 cm.
36K 6.937
Inscription " To His Highness. Prince Schwarzenberg. With Mr. Parish's best compliments" on the flyleaf, stamp "Fürstl. Schwarzenbergische Baudirection" on the title page.

Robinson, P/eter/ F/rederick/.


Designs for Farm Buildings.
London: James Carpenter and Son., 1830.
83 pgs.; 31.5x25x2 cm.
67G 13.205.
Stamp "Fürstl. Schwarzenbergische Baudirection" on the title page.

Rodgers, Samuel.


Italy. A Poem.
London:T. Cadell, 1830.
284 pgs.; 20.5x14x3,5 cm .
55I 10.169

/Rohan-Chabot, Philippe Ferdinand A. de/.


Rockingham, or, The Younger Brother.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co.; Baudry's European Library, 1849.
160 pgs.; 24x16x1.5 cm.
3L 16.623
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Roosevelt, Florence.


The Siren's Net. American Girls in the Quartier Latin.
London, Leipzig, Paris, Turin: T. Fisher Unwin., 1905.
308 pgs.; 19.5x13.5x2 cm.
64C 12.659
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Protivín” on the title page.

Roscoe, Thomas.


Views of Cities and Scenery in Italy, France and Switzerland.
London: Fisher, Son and Co., /1836/. 1st ed.
96 pgs.; 28.5x22x3 cm.
65F 12.871

Roscoe, Thomas and Roberts, David (illustrations).


The Tourist in Spain and Morocco. Jennings's Landscape Annual, for 1838.
London: Robert Jennings and Co. ., 1838.
292 pgs.; 20x13x2.5 cm.
61H 11.813

-- - .
The Tourist in Spain. Granada. Jennings's Landscape Annual, for 1835.


London: Robert Jennings and Co., 1835.
288 pgs.; 20x13x2.5 cm.
61H 11.812

Ruff's Guide to the Turf. Winter edition 1891.


London: Office of "Ruff's Guide"., 1891.
456 pgs.; 17.5x12.5x3 cm.
60D 11.260

Russell, W/illiam/ Clark.


The Yarn of Old Harbour Town.
London, Leipzig, Paris, Turin., 1905.
454 pgs.; 19.5x13.5x2 cm.
64B 12.653
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Protivín” on the title page.

Ruth and Her Friends.


A Story for Girls. Series for the Young. Vol. 2.
Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz., 1860.
300 pgs.; 15.5x12x1 cm.
61A 11.571
Inscription "Eleonore Schwarzenberg from Dearest" on flyleaf

/Sandbach, Mrs. Henry R. (Margaret)/.


Hearts in Mortmain, and Cornelia.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co.; Baudry's European Library, 1850.
160 pgs.; 24x16x1.5 cm.
6L 17.012
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Sanford, John Langton and Townsend, Meredith White.


The Great Governing Families of England. In Two Volumes.
London, Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons., 1865.
384 + 363 pgs.; 20.5x13.5x2 cm.
62I 12.286/1-2
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Scott, Walter


History of Scotland. In Two Vol.umes.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani., 1830.
426 + 527 pgs.; 17.5x11cm ,5x3.5 cm.
53H 9.666/1-2

- - - .
Rob Roy. In three Vol.umes.


Edinburgh: James Ballantyne and comp., 1818.4th ed.
321 + 324 + 348 pgs.; 18x11.5x2 cm.
81C 15.988/1-3
Stamp “Schlossbibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

- - - .
Tales of Wonder.


Leipzig: Printed for John Sommer., 1824.
158 pgs.; 15.5x10.5x1.5 cm.
52C 9.426
- - - .
The Lady of the Lake.
Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz., 1863.
181 pgs.; 14.5x9.5x1 cm.
21K 21.085

- - - .
The Lady of the Lake. A Poem.


Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co., 1819.12th ed.
433pgs.; 21.5x14.5x3 cm.
56I 10.435
Stamp "Fürstlich Schwarzenbergische Bibliothek zu Frauenberg" on the title page.

/- - -/.
The Pirate. In Three Vol.umes.


Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co., 1822.
3 Vol.; 322+332+346 pgs.; 17.5x12x2.5 cm.
53H 9.669/1-3

- - - .
The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott. With Notes Complete in One Volume.


Brunswick: Frederick Vieweg., 1827.
503 pgs.; 24.5x16x2 cm.
52K 9.521/1-2

/Searle, Edis/.


Brother Bertie and His Friends in the Fields and Flower-beds. A Country Story.
London: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, 1868.
294 pgs.; 19.5x15x2.5 cm.
58C 10.769

Sedgwick, /Catherine Maria/.


Married or Single? Vol. 1 a 2. Dürr´s Collection of Standard American and British Authors. Vol. 30 a 31.
Leipzig: Alphons Dürr., 1861.
2 vol.; 208+202 pgs.; 18.5x13x1 cm.
66C 12.950/1-2
Stamp "Fürstlich Schwarzenbergische Bibliothek zu Frauenberg" on the title page.

Seminarium Kondakovianum, Récueil d'études. Archéologie. Histoire de l'art. Études Byzantines. V, VI, VII, VIII.


Prague: Institut Kondakov., 1932, 1933, 1935, 1936.
4 vol.; 348+252+280+316 pgs.; 27.5x20.5x3 cm.
4C 16.648/1-4.

/Sewell, Elizabeth Missing/.


Amy Herbert. By A Lady.
London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1857. 9th ed.
492 pgs.; 18x11.5x3 cm.
61D 11.684
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.
Shakespeare, William.
The Dramatic Works.
London, Paris, New York: Fisher,son, and comp., 1836.
908 pgs.; 23x15x5.5 cm.
70I 14.112

Shaw, Henry.


Examples of Ornamental Metalwork.
London: William Pickering., 1836.
50 plates; 29x23x1 cm.
67H 13.211.
Stamp "Fürstl. Schwarzenbergische Baudirection" on the title page.

Shoberl, Frederick.


Forget me not. A Christmas, New Years and Birthday Present for 1832, 1833, 1834.
London: R. Ackermann.,1832, 1833, 1834.
3 vol.; 360+360+356 pgs.; 15.5x10x2.5 cm.
8F 17.309/1-3
The engravings were cut out.

- - -.
Forget me not. A Christmas, New Years and Birthday Present for 1837.


London: Ackermann and Co., 1837.
356 pgs.; 16.5x10.5x2.5 cm.
58D 10.790/1
The engravings were cut out.

- - -.
Forget me not. A Christmas, New Years and Birthday Present for 1840, 1841.


London: Ackermann and Co.,1840-1841.
2 vol.; 357+354 pgs.; 16.5x10.5x2.5 cm.
58D 10.790/2-3
The engravings were cut out.

Sketches of the Works for the Tunnel under the Thames from Rotherhithe to Wapping.


London: Messrs. Harvey and Darton; and C. Tilt., 1828.
Npag; 9.5x13x0.5 cm.
22F 21.443

Smollett, /Tobias George/.


The History of England from the Revolution to the Death of George the Second. Designed as a Continuation of Mr. Hume's History.
London: T. Cadell, 1830.
4 vol. 582+554+521+536 pgs.; 22.5x 15.5x 4 cm.
50G 9.263/1-4

Some Considerations of Present Concernement; How Far the Romanists May Be Trusted by Princes of Another Persuasion; Relating to the Design of the Controlversial Letters, and Some Other Discourses Lately Published by That Party of Them, Who Have Concerned Themselves in This Subject.


London: Benj. Tooke, 1675.
346 pgs.; 19x12.5x3.5 cm.
5F 890
Signature “John K...” on the flyleaf.

Soulier, Fr.


Life of St. Juliana Falconieri. Foundress of the Mantellate Or Religious of the Third Order of Servites to which is Added a Short Account of the Lives and Virtues of Her Daughters in Religion.
London: Burns & Oates, Limited., 1898.
278 pgs.; 19x13x2.5 cm.
18.23.133

Southey, Robert.


The Works of Robert Southey. Vol. I and II. Pocket Library of English Classics. N°14 and 15.
Zwickau: Printed for Brothers Schumann., 1820.
2 vol.; 168+167 pgs.; 11x9x2 cm.
11A 2.185

"Standard" Porcelain Enameled Baths and Sanitary Appliances. Export Catalogue.


Pittsburgh: Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co., /19../.
161 pgs.; 31x23.5x1 cm.
72N 14.846

Stanford's New Map of Australia, Embracing All the Recent Surveys of Messrs. Gregory, Stuart, Sturt, Kennedy and Others.


London: Edward Stanford, 1860.
1 map; 28.5x22x1 cm (case); 107x114 cm (map).
71N 14.517

/Stanhope, Philip Henry/, Lord Mahon.


History of England: From the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-La-Chapelle. In Two Volumes. Baudry's Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors. Vol. 325 a 326.
Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1841. 3rd ed.
2 vol.; 436+444 pgs.; 22.5x14.5x2 cm.
1L 16.477/1-2
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Stead, W/illiam/ T/homas/.


The United States of Europe on the Eve of the Parliament of Peace.
London: "Review of Reviews" Office, 1899.
214 pgs.; 25x17x1.5 cm.
20H 20.380

Stebbing, Henry.


A Treatise Considering the Operations of the Holy Spirit: Being the Substance of the Late Rev. and Learned Dr. William Clagett's Discourse upon That Subject.
London:, 1719.
275 pgs.; 20.5x13x2 cm.
12I 2.768
Signature “John Keorney?...” on the flyleaf.

Stephenson, Robert.


London and Birmingham Railway. Plan of the Line and Adjacent Country.
Holborn: Chas. F. Cheffins, No. 9 Southampton Buildings., 1835.
3 sheets; 74x80cm (box); 28.5x19x4 cm (maps).
61L 11.891

/Stirling, Fanny Hervey/.


Fanny Hervey; or, The Mother's Choice.
Paris: A. and W. Galignani and Co.; Baudry's European Library, 1849.
194 pgs.; 24x16x1.5 cm.
6L 17.008
Stamp “Bibliothek Frauenberg” on the title page.

Sundbärg, /Axel/ Gustav.


Sweden, Its People and Its Industry. Historical and Statistical Handbook.
Stockholm: P. A. Norstedt and Söner, 1904.
1141 pgs.; 24x18x6.5 cm.
71M 14.463

Tchernavin, V.


II. Changes in the Salmon Skull. Transactions of the Zoological Society of London. Vol. 24. - Part 2.
London: Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1938.
3 vol.; 184 pgs.; 33x26.5x1 cm.
4C 16.648/22

The Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue of the Industry of All Nations: 1851.


London: George Virtue, 1851.
328 pgs.; 34x26.5x3.5 cm.
61M 11.924
Stamp "Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Bibliothek zu Frauenberg" on the title page.

The Bijou; an Annual of Literature and the Arts.


London: William Pickering, 1829.
283 pgs.; 16.5x11x2 cm.
72B 14.554
Signature “Eleonore Schwarzenberg Liechtenstein” on the title page

The Biographical Magazine. July 1890. No. XXVI. Vol. XI.


London: published for the proprietors, 1890.
Pgs.: 240-321; 21x13.5x1 cm.
640.23.751

The Charter By-laws and Regulations of the Zoological Society of London, Incorporated March 27, 1829.


London: Waterlow and Sons, 1926.
24 pgs.; 21.5x14 cm.
66D 12.975

The Cornhill Magazine. July 1895. No. 427.


London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1895.
112 pgs.; 22.5x14.5x1 cm.
24G 21.770
Handwritten mark “Libějic=Nr 209”.

The Daily Graphic. A Preliminary Number of the New Paper Presented Gratis with the Christmas Number of "The Graphic".


London: Edward Joseph Mansfield, 1889.
15 pgs.; 42.5x30.5 cm.
235.23.350

The Gleaner; or Specimens of the Periodical Literature of Great Britain and the United States. No. 13, 14, 15.


Hamburg: Gerhard von Hosstrup, 1829.
378 pgs.; 22.5x13.5x1 cm.
27K 22.135
Stamp "Fürstliche Schwarzenbergische Bibliothek zu Frauenberg" on the title page. The pages are not cut.

The Illustrated London News. Vol. 56-137: 1870-1911.


London: George C. Leighton, 1870-1911.
65 vol.; 700 pgs./vol.; 41.5x30x6 cm.
39M 7.421/1-65

The Illustrated London News.


138:1911, 6 issues.
141:1912, 53 issues.
142:1913
143:1913, 52 issues.
143:1914, 28 issues.
London: Ingram Brothers, 1911-1914.
97A,B 22.777.

The Illustrated London News. Christmas Number 1889.


London: Ingram Brothers, 1889.
36 pgs.; 42x30.5 cm.
236.23.351

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