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The Republic of Armenia. Volumes I - IV
Volume I, The First Year, 1918-1919; Volume II, From Versailles to London, 1919-1920; Volume III, From London to Sevres, February - August 1920 & Volume IV, Between Crescent and Sickle: Partition and Sovietization. Los Angeles and London University of California Press 1971-96
First edition Four volumes, pp,xxiii, 547; xv, 603; xx, 534; xii, 496. As new, hardback, dustwrapper.
Voyage en Retour de L'Inde, par Terre, et par une route en partie inconnue jusqu'ici. Par Thomas Howell; suivi d'Observations sur le passage dans l'Inde par l'Egypte et le grand désert, par James Capper.
Paris: Imprimerie de la Republique 1797 (An V)
First French edition 4to, pp.xvi, 385, 2 folding maps. A very good copy bound in recent half calf.
"A tiger in the house but a frog in the field"
A Sea Dyak dictionary,
in alphabetical parts, with examples and quotations shewing the use and meaning of words. Singapore American Mission Press 1900-
First edition. Four parts bound in one, 8vo (23.5 x 15.5 cm), pp.xi, , (1)-83, [1, blank], [2, errata], [ii], (85)-133, , [ii], (134)-186, [1, blank], [iv], 24. Each part with separate title-page. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf over marbled boards, neatly rebacked. With the bookplate of the Royal Empire Society recording presentation by Miss G. Hose.
History of the Mongols from the 9th to the 19th century.
Part I. The Mongols Proper and the Kalmuks. Part II. The So-called Tartars of Russia and Central Asia. Part III. The Mongols of Persia. Part IV. Supplement and Indices. New York 
Reprint Four volumes in five, pp.xxviii, 743; xxxiv, 1087; x, 776, 378. Burt Franklin Research and Source Work Series #85. A very good set in original cloth.
History of the Mongols.
From the 9th to the 19th Century. Part I: The Mongols Proper and the Kalmuks. Part II: The So-called Tartars of Russia and Central Asia. Part III: The Mongols of Persia. London 1876-88
Three volumes in four, pp.xxviii, 743, xxxiv, 1087, x, 776, 378, 2 folding maps by E.G. Ravenstein. A very good set in original cloth, Part III cloth faded. Part I has a presentation inscription from the author to the Duke of Westminster.
The History of Hydur Naik,
otherwise styled Shums Ul Moolk, Ameer Ud Dowla, Nawaub Hydur Ali Khan Bahadoor, Hydur Jung; Nawaub of the Karnatic Balaghaut: Written by Meer Hussein Ali Khan Kirmani. Translated from an Original Persian Manuscript, in the Library of Her Most Gracious Majesty. London Oriental Translation Fund. 1842
First edition pp.xxxi, 513. A very good copy bound in recent half calf, marbled boards. No map is present.
Puteshestvie cherez Mongoliiu v Tibet, k stolitse Tale-lamy
[A Journey across Mongolia to Tibet, and the Capital of the Dalai-Lama. Translated from the French] Moscow K.S. Henry, 1866
First edition in Russian Octavo, pp.[ii], vi, 322, [ii]. Period style half calf and marbled boards, spine ruled in gilt in compartments with dark green lettering piece. Rather spotted as usual, a few ink stains. Red Chinese chop on title. A very good copy. Russian newspaper clipping (1880's) about Russian travel to Mongolia and Baikal bound in after the Table of contents.
History of the East Indian Railway.
Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co. 1906
First edition pp.ix, 281, frontis portrait, illustrations, folding map. A very good copy in slightly mottled and faded original cloth. Some minor foxing. The copy of Anthony de Cosson, railway engineer, with his extensive annotation (a neat hand) and relevant correspondence tipped in.
Printed in Chinese Turkestan
Examples of the various Turki dialects.
Turki texts with English translations. Sinjiang 1918
First edition Small 4to, pp. [ii], [ii, blank], [iii], 70, [i, blank], 19, 23, 8, [2, blank] Stitched in Chinese fashion as issued in the original wrappers; preserved in modern half calf book-form box. A very good copy.
Cordier BS 4272
1842: Hyder Ali of Mysore
The History of Hydur Naik,
otherwise styled Shums Ul Moolk, Ameer Ud Dowla, Nawaub Hydur Ali Khan Bahadoor, Hydur Jung; Nawaub of the Karnatic Balaghaut: Written by Meer Hussein Ali Khan Kirmani. Translated from an original Persian manuscript, in the Library of Her Most Gracious Majesty. London Oriental Translation Fund. 1842
First edition pp.xxxi, , 513, , large folding map of Mysore. Rebound in half calf, marbled boards. Presentation inscription from the translator to W. Barrett Esq. A very good copy.
Veterum Persarum et Parthorum et Medorum Religionis Historia.
Oxford Typographeo Clarendoniano 1760
Second edition 4to, pp.(38), 580, 20 plates, 6 folding. An attractive complete copy rebound in twentieth century half calf, marbled boards. First few pages lightly soiled. Some scattered off-setting and spotting.
Opisanie sibirskikh kurganov i drevnostei [Description of Siberian Burial Mounds and Antiquities]
[Journeys through western Siberia and the Altai in 1878 and 1880]. Moscow 
First edition 4to, pp.(181)-205, 7 lithographic plates. Text in Russian. An extract from volume 9, parts 2-3 of Antiquities, the Works of the Moscow Archeological Society. Bound in twentieth-century maroon cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Bookplate of A.I. Ward.
First reliable account of the Mongols
Zapiski o Mongolii.
[Notes on Mongolia]. S Prilozheniem Karty Mongolii i Raznykh Kostiumov [With a Map of Mongolia and different costumes]. St. Petersburg Karl Kray 1828
First edition, text only, two volumes bound in one, pp.xii, 230; vi, 339. Bound without plates and map. Text only, bound without the five hand coloured lithographed plates and the folding engraved map. Period style gilt tooled half calf with marbled boards and black gilt lettered label. Title page stained, old library stamp on verso of the title page of first volume, detached bookplate label with erased text "Ex libris A.D. Popov". A very good copy.
Lust 186; Not in Brunet; COPAC shows one copy only, at London Library.