2 edition of writings of A. Edward Newton found in the catalog.
writings of A. Edward Newton
George H. Sargent
|Statement||by George H. Sargent ; with cogitations by Christopher Morley.|
|Contributions||Morley, Christopher, 1890-1957., Ulizio, B. George, donor., A. Edward Newton Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Z8622.7 .S24|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||28000483|
Pope, Alexander, Online books by this author are available. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, (Daylesford, Berwyn P.O., Pa.: A. Edward Newton, ), by A. Edward Newton (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Memoirs of the life and writings of Alexander Pope, esq.; faithfully collected from authentic authors. Alfred Edward Newton (–) was an American author, publisher, and avid book is best known for his book Amenities of Book Collecting () which sold o copies. At the time of his death, it was estimated that he had approximat books in his collection, focusing on English and American literary works, the major part of which were auctioned by Parke-Bernet.
A. Edward Newton’s writings captivated Genevieve Earle like so many others and soon she was busy collecting his works. She details her pursuits and the trials and tribulations that followed. She writes, “[Newton’s] books exhale a delight more violent and contagious than those of any other writers about books—they are the greatest menace. Alfred Edward Newton (): Pennsylvania's ardent bibliophile and author Alfred Edward Newton was the leading authority on book collecting in the first half of the 20th century. Although Newton owned an electrical business in Philadelphia, he spent most of his adult life collecting first editions, manuscripts, and ephemera.
Even when reading is impossible, the presence of books acquired (by passionate devotion to them) produces such an ecstasy that the buying of more books than one can peradventure read is nothing less than the soul reaching towards infinity we cherish books even if unread, their mere presence exudes comfort, their ready access, reassurance. Alfred Edward Newton () is primarily remembered as one of the great book collectors of North America and the library at Oak Knoll, his estate in Daylesford, was one of the finest. He began collecting books as a young boy and his later writings about book .
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The Writings of A. Edward Newton: A Bibliography. [George H. SARGENT] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First and only edition, limited to numbered and signed copies by Sargent.
Beautifully produced with a number of plates reproducing pages of Newton's books. Fine copy of a very scarce book.
The writings of A. Edward Newton: a bibliography [George H. Morley, Christopher, ; Ulizio, B. George, ; A.
Edward Newton Collection Library of Congress Sargent] on Author: George H. Morley, Christopher, ; Ulizio, B. George, ; A. Edward Newton Collection Library of Congress Sargent. Alfred Edward Newton () was an American author, publisher, and avid book collector.
He is best known for his book Amenities of Book Collecting (), which sold o copies. Over a collecting career that covered more than four decades, Newton assembled a library especially rich in British literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries/5.
This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Philadelphia book collector A. Edward Newton (). The bulk of the materials are book manuscripts, correspondence, keepsakes, and newspaper clippings, with published volumes cataloged separately. The writings of A. Edward Newton: a bibliography Author: George H Sargent ; Christopher Morley ; B George Ulizio ; A.
Edward Newton Collection (Library of Congress). Edward Newton has 30 books on Goodreads with ratings. Edward Newton’s most popular book is A Christmas Carol. (–),Philadelphia book collector, whose charming writings in a manner resembling that of the 18th-century essayists are primarily concerned with his avocation.
These include The Amenities of Book-Collecting and Kindred. Edward Newton collection, (bulk ) Book manuscripts and other writings - Page 12 - Diary, manuscript Scope and Contents note European diary of A.
Edward Newton in two scrapbooks tied with ribbon, covering June 4-August Buy THE WRITINGS OF A. EDWARD NEWTON by Sargent, George H.
(ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : George H. Sargent. Author of The amenities of book-collecting and kindred affections, This book-collecting game, A tourist in spite of himself, A magnificent farce, Bibliography and pseudo-bibliography, A magnificent farce, and other diversions of a book-collector, Thomas Hardy, novelist or poet?, The Trollope Society.
The Mosher Press > Research and – An Excerpt from ‘This Book Collecting Game’ A. Edward Newton – An Excerpt from ‘This Book Collecting Game’ Newton, A. Edward. “The Book Itself” in This Book Collecting Game. Boston: Little, Brown,pp.Excerpts were reprinted in The Mosher Books catalogue,pp.
Read the full-text online edition of The Greatest Book in the World, and Other Papers (). The Greatest Book in the World, and Other Papers. By A. Edward Newton. No cover image. The Greatest Book in the World, and Other Papers. By A. Edward Newton. Read preview. Edward Newton Collection: Material from the library of A.
Edward Newton, (94 titles). Patent Office Deposit Collection: Publications deposited by the Patent Office, (88 titles). Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection: Graphic art, papers, and cookbook collection of Elizabeth Robins Pennell, ( titles). Edward Newton () was a major figure in the book-collecting world of the early twentieth-century not only for his extensive library (s volumes) focusing on the 18th and 19th centuries but also because of his writings in which he shared his enthusiasms.
13 works Search for books with subject A. Edward Newton (). Search. Not In Library. A reprimand and what came of it Newton, A. Edward Not In Library. The rare books and manuscripts collected by the late A.
Edward Newton The writings of A. Edward Newton George H. Sargent. His first and most famous contribution to bibliophilic literature was The Amenities of Book-Collecting and Kindred Affections ().
This diverse collection of essays reflects Newton as a man and as a collector. The book would go through eight printings in his lifetime and be honored with a separate edition in the Modern Library series.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of A Edward Newton books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Overview: Collection contains correspondence, writings, personal papers,financial records, photographs, subject files, clippings, printed material, and other papers by or relating to Chauncey Brewster pondence consists primarily of letters to Tinker, including letters from Leonard Bacon, Charles Montgomery Hathaway, Jr., Sinclair Lewis, A.
Edward Newton, Thornton Wilder, and the. About: A. Edward Newton Alfred Edward Newton (–) was an American author, publisher, and avid book collector. He is best known for his book Amenities of Book Collecting () which sold o copies.
Rare books, original drawings, autograph letters and manuscripts collected by the late A. Edward Newton, removed from his home, Oak Knoll, Daylesford, Pa.: for public sale by order of the executors, under the will of A.
Edward Newton, deceased, E. Swift Newton and Brandon Barringer at the Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc by Parke-Bernet Galleries.
Writing on end pages. Cover has some wear-Edge wear, Rubbing, Fading, tearing, Creasing, Clipped. Book Condition-good/ very good. Boards are blue split In Color.
Boards have some light Wear- edge wear, light Bumping/Fraying to spine/corners, Fading, soiling,Rubbing; Book is Shaken and Cracked.Philadelphia: A. Edward Newton, tall 12mo. blue paper wrappers, cord-tied. 38 pages and with a frontispiece portrait of Trollope.
First edition. Contains a check list of the writings .A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.