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Raymund [ Raymond , Ramon ] Lull : a Missionary Pioneer in the Moslem Field.

By Mackensen, H.

Minneapolis, MN. : Lutheran Orient Mission, 1920.. 1st edition. Good w/o dust jacket. Cover board is three quarters spotted and darkened (it appears another book was resting on it and partially protected it). Edges and corners have some wear, with some spotting on endpapers. 52 p. A brief biography of the life and work of the 13th & 14th century medieval Spanish missionary to the Moslems. He preached in North Africa, Spain, and the Baleric island of Majorca. He also wrote on eof the most famous works on Chivalry, the Book on the Order of Chivalry (Libre del Orde de Cauayleria). A very scarce work from a minor religous small press.


Outlaws, Mobsters & Crooks: From the Old West to the Internet. Volume 2: Computer Criminals, Spies, Swindlers, Terrorists.

By MacNee, Marie J. Edited by Jane Hoehner.

Detroit: UXL, 1998.. First edition. Very good octavo hardcover in glossy illustrated boards without dust jacket. Light wear to the edges of the boards with minor scuffing to the covers. 330 plus lviii pages with illustrations, lists of sources, and index. A collection of brief biographies of various American criminals. This volume contains information on: Marcus Hess, Matya Komisaruk, Kevin Mitnick, Stanley Rifkin, Jerry Schneider, Aldrich Ames, Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee, Juliet Stuart Poyntz, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, Elizabeth Van Lew, Cattle Kate, Cassie Chadwick, D. B. Cooper, Clifford Irving, Sophie Lyons, Ellen Peck, Charles Ponzi, Joseph Weil, JoAnne Chesimard, Gordon Kahl, Timothy McVeigh, and Diana Oughton. Volume 2 only.


A Selected Bibliography of Modern Historiography.

By Pok, Attila, editor.

New York and Westport: Greenwood Press, 1992.. First edition. Very good octavo hardcover in reddish binding without dust jacket. Some light wear to the edges of the boards with light bumping to the head and heel of the spine. 284 pages with indices of authots, persons discussed, and subjects. A good bibliography on developments around the world in the field of Historiography.


Why Italy is With the Allies.

By Hope, Anthony.

London : Richard Clay & Sons, 1917.. Pamphlet. Very Good. 1st printing. Very good in printed paper wrappers. Staplebound. Slight darkening at spine, slight wear at edges and corners. Some rusting at staples at middle. 16 p. An partly propagandistic explanation of the role of Italy in World War I as a neutral and then later as a member of the Allies. Interesting contemporary background information.