Book submission: Edinburgh New Dispensatory

Title: Edinburgh New Dispensatory
Author: Duncan, Andrew M.D.
Publication date: Worcester 1805
Library: Northeastern University (Boston, MA)
Call number:
Submitted by: Devin M Driscoll
Description:
In this medical book, there appears to be an inserted page from another book discussing God and the New Testament. In a medical book, this page is a sharp contrast to the original material.

Book submission: Edinburgh New Dispensatory

Title: Edinburgh New Dispensatory
Author: Duncan, Andrew
Publication date: Worcester 1805
Library: Northeastern University
Call number:
Submitted by: Devin Driscoll
Description:
The author is a medical doctor and the book is about medical topics, yet a page about God and the New Testament appears to have been inserted into the middle of the book

Book submission: Men, Women, And Books; A Selection of Sketches, Essays, and Critical Memoirs From His Uncollected Prose Volume I

Title: Men, Women, And Books; A Selection of Sketches, Essays, and Critical Memoirs From His Uncollected Prose Volume I
Author: Hunt, Leigh
Publication date: London, 1847
Library: Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections
Call number:
Submitted by: Taryn K Gilligan
Description:
This text has a hard cover with blue leather with gold detailing. There is a blue ribbon book mark built into the binding. The pages are thick and rough in texture and have gold leaf added as well. Most of the photos are in black and white, however there are some cases where the images are in color. What is most unique about the text itself are pages where text and photos seems to have been removes (cut out) and then replaces with new text/images. Some evidence of this can be found between pages 216-217, 310-311. These

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are just a few examples of this, there are several more scattered throughout the text. There are also random back to back blank pages towards the end of the codex, again I am not certain if these are standard of the text itself or individual to this copy. Another unique feature of the text is the name plate secured to the inside of the front cover.

Book submission: Songs of Seven

Title: Songs of Seven
Author: Ingelow, Jean
Publication date: Boston, 1866
Library: Northeastern University Library
Call number:
Submitted by: Liza Ruano
Description:
Inserted into the book was an old handwritten letter! As well as an inscription on the front page.

Note that the book was presented to Elsie Barlow “on her fourteenth birthday,” which is appropriate to Ingelow’s poem featuring female speakers aged 7, 14, 21, 28, etc.  The appropriate section would have been “Seven Times Two: Romance”: “The child is a woman, the book may close over/ For all the lessons are said.”

Can anyone transcribe the letter?

Book submission: The Culprit Fay

Title: The Culprit Fay
Author: Drake, Joseph

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Rodman
Publication date: New York, 1859
Library: Northeastern University Libaray Archives and Special Collections
Call number: PS 1552.C8
Submitted by: Sarah Gries
Description:
Name Plate: Lege Et Memento
Samuel F. Barger

Book submission: The Age of Wordsworth

Title: The Age of Wordsworth
Author: Herford, C. H
Publication date: London, 1909
Library: Northeastern University Special Collections

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Book submission: Hemans’ Poetical Works ed. W. M. Rossetti (Moxon’s Popular Poets series)

Title: Hemans’ Poetical Works ed. W. M. Rossetti (Moxon’s Popular Poets series)
Author: Hemans, Felicia
Publication date: London, 1873
Library: University of Victoria (McPherson Library)
Call number: PR4780 A1
Submitted by: Alison Chapman
Description:
On p. 27, at the top of a part of the poem “The Forest Sanctuary”, is written: “Leaf was placed in 1895 AD into this book!!!” I assume this is a comment of a modern owner or a librarian. There is no leaf in this book any more, or any other sign of Victorian readership. The book is sitting in open stacks with other nineteenth-century editions of Hemans. It seems to me this example is still worth adding to Book Traces as evidence of a Victorian act of reading and memorialization, even if (or especially because!) the material book trace (the leaf with the date) is now lost.

Book submission: The Works of Lord Byron

Title: The Works of Lord Byron
Author: Byron, George Gordon, Lord
Publication date: Philadelphia, 1851
Library: Alderman Library, University of Virginia
Call number: PR4350 1851
Submitted by: Sarah Storti
Description:
Lock of silver hair found in a copy of The Works of Lord Byron, ed. J.W. Lake (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1851), formerly owned by Neil Heilman (with his ownership inscription).

Book submission: The history of the popes, their church and state, and especially of their conflicts with Protestantism in the sixteenth & seventeenth centuries.

Title: The history of the popes, their church and state, and especially of their conflicts with Protestantism in the sixteenth & seventeenth centuries.
Author: Ranke, Leopold Von
Publication date: London, 1848
Library: Special Collections, Loyola University Chicago
Call number: BX955.R33
Submitted by: Kyle Roberts, Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project
Description:
“Taken from the house of the rev’d Jas. A. Harrold / Falls Church Fairfax County / Virginia / Late rector of St. Andrews Free Church / Washington /Now in the Rebel service / 30th N.Y.S.V. / Upton Hill /October 5th, 1861″ A surprising inscription to find in a rather common mid-nineteenth-century book. For an image of the possible looter and entries from his diaries, check out the post on the Jesuit LIbraries Provenance Project blog: http://jesuitlibrariesprovenanceproject.com/2014/04/13/the-mystery-of-the-looted-civil-war-book-solved/

Book submission: The Works of Shakespeare

Title: The Works of Shakespeare
Author: Shakespeare, William
Publication date: New York, 1853
Library: Alderman Library, University of Virginia
Call number: PR2753 .C75 1853
Submitted by: Andrew Stauffer
Description:
Traced hands on the rear free end-paper of an 1853 copy of the Works of William Shakespeare, with schoolgirl Miriam Trowbridge’s teasing inscription, “Ruthie Whitehead’s ugly hand – Oh! No, I mean beautiful one –” The girls seem to have been outlining each other’s hands in their textbook, while at Madame Chegary’s fashionable boarding school in New York, where they were classmates of Constance Fenimore Woolson.

Book submission: Louis Norbert: A Two-Fold Romance

Title: Louis Norbert: A Two-Fold Romance
Author: Lee, Vernon
Publication date: Leipzig, 1920
Library: University of Missouri Libraries Depository 2
Call number: PZ3 .P148 .LO2
Submitted by: Alison Rutledge
Description:
Presented by Fred Morris Dearing

Writing on front end paper:
27. Novels of Mrs Henry Woods
70 – Stories Cunningham Graham
75 – Arvede Barine – Mazarines

Marginalia on p. 51:
How ridiculous & unjust, – why not take an English peasant or illiterate with no cutting & have him say the line ———- “those Englishmen who said, my aint it,” &c &c.