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        Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819, 20, 21 and 22. By John Franklin, Captain. With an appendix on various subjects relating to science and natural history. Illustrated by numerous plates and maps.

      London. John Murray. 1823. - 4to. 27cm, the first edition, first issue, xvi,768,(errata leaf), with 30 engraved plates (including 11 hand-coloured aquatints) plus 4 folding maps dated March, 1823, bound in half brown calf, crushed crimson morocco label, gilt ruled borders & gilt decorations in the panels, marbled boards, new endpapers, two of the maps are over folded with attendant fold wrinkling, slight damp wrinkling on the front margin otherwise fine condition - the plates are fine clear strikes. T.P.L. 7092. Sabin 25624. (See A.B. 5194. T.P.L. 1248. Lande 1181. Peel 80. Smith 3251, for the first issue). First issue maps are all dated Mar. 1823. This famous journey was made to the mouth of the Coppermine River, largely overland. The coast east of the mouth was surveyed. It is one of the most terrible journeys on record, many of the party dying from cold, hunger, or murder. The distance travelled was some 5,500 miles, and Franklin's narrative at once became a classic of travel literature. John Richardson and George Back, later famous Arctic explorers in their own right, were members of the expedition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Elia; [together with:] The Last Essays of Elia.

      London: Taylor and Hessey; Edward Moxon, , 1823–33.. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine; A sequel to essays published under that name. 2 volumes, octavo (173 x 111 mm). Late 19th-century tan calf by Riviere & Son, spines gilt to compartments with red and brown labels, French fillets to covers, gilt turn-ins, purple endpapers, gilt edges. Ownership stamp of Helen Ladd Corbett to front free endpapers. Very slight marking to spines and covers, Elia with 2 scratches to front cover and slight loss to gilt of fore edge, occasional very slight blemishes to contents. Lacking advertisements. Overall an excellent set. First editions, first impressions, first issue of Elia, with the title page stating a single publisher, as called for. The first issue was published without a half-title; this copy has a supplied half-title, bound in from the second issue. Charles Lamb's pseudonymous essays are largely autobiographical, dealing with mankind at large through the medium of Lamb's own experiences and impressions. They remained widely popular for decades, establishing him both at the time and since as one of the leading essayists of the 19th-century.

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        Gedichte. 3 Bände. 3 Bl., 296 S.; 3 Bl., 279 S.; 4 Bl., 280 S. Schlichte Pappbde d. Z. (Rücken verblasst) mit handschriftl. Rückenschild.

      Dresden, Hilscher, 1821-1823. - Erste Ausgabe, Vorzugsausgabe auf Velinpapier, selten. Umfassende Sammlung seiner Gedichte seit 1790, mit einem chronologischen Verzeichnis aller Gedichte in Band 3. "Wortschatz und Stimmungskunst seiner Lyrik (entsprechen) einem durch die Trivialromantik damals verbreiteten Stilbewußtsein . Durch die zyklische Form und das damit verbundene Reisemotiv . wirkt Tieck ebenfalls nachhaltig auf die Biedermeierlyrik ein" (Paulin, Metzler, S. 81). Sprache und Motive seiner Lyrik beeinflußten Wilhelm Müller und Heine, der ihn "den wirklichen Sohn von Apoll" nannte, "trunken von lyrischer Lust und kritischer Grausamkeit wie der delphische Gott". – Exlibris und alter Stempel einer Adelsbibliothek auf den Innendeckeln. Bis auf gelegentliche Fleckchen sauberes Exemplar. – Goed. VI 39, 74; Borst 1382. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Rouge et Noir. The Academicians of 1823, or the Greeks of the Palais Royal and the Clubs of St. James's.

      London: 1823. - FIRST EDITION. pp.310; 439-456, with hand-coloured frontispiece entitled 'La Roulette'. Not including pages 311 to 438, which were redacted in some cases. Bound in original linen-backed grey boards with paper label to spine, edges untrimmed. Heraldic bookplate to pastedown, bound without flyleaves, minor wear to binding, label toned. A particularly bright copy. A searing contemporary indictment of gambling clubs in Regency London. Controversial at the time of publication for actually naming some of the more profligate members of the gamester nobility. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB]
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        Memorie Istoriche del Sannio chiamato oggi Principato Ultra, Contado di Molisi,e parte di Terra di Lavoro, Provincie del Regno di Napoli divise in Cinque Libri ne' quali si descrivono i suoi confini, gli abitatori, le guerre, edificazioni, e rovine de' luoghi. I Signori di essi, le l

      Nella Tipografia di Onofrio Nuzzi - Campobasso, 1823. INTERLINGUE 1,73 Volume della prima metà dell'800 in 4°, stato discreto, rilegati insieme cinque volumi, coperta in pergamena, sul dorso segni della presenza di due tasselli in pelle con caratteri incisi a secco, alcuni segni del tempo, bruniture, fioritura sparsa, tagli, una volta puntinati in rosso, poco bruniti, pagine in buono stato, con marginalia, alcune pagine poco brunite, nella Nota degli Associati, dei volumi I e II è aggiunto l'appunto "1826 Joseph Zambelli" manoscritto a penna, Volume III con errore di numerazione, pagina 138 invece che 238, pagine 141 e 142 invece che 241 e 242. Presenta lettera dedicatoria. Contiene i Volumi I, II, III, IV e V delle Memorie Istoriche del Sannio, opera completa. II edizione. Lingue: Italiano, Latino. USATO

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        The Plays of William Shakespeare

      London: Printed for C. and J. Rivington, et al, 1823. Thick octavo. From the corrected text of George Steevens and Edmond Malone. 2 page biographical sketch. 19 page glossary. Engraved portrait by T.A. Dean. 3/4 modern tan calf over marbled boards by Bayntun-Riviere, spine with raised bands and gilt stamped maroon morocco label, glazed edges, very good. A nice, readable early edition. Printed by W. Clowes.

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        Traité de l'association domestique-agricole. (Includes:) Sommaire du traité de l'association domestique-agricole ou attraction industrielle.

      Paris, London, Bossange père, P. Mongie ainé, M. Bossange et Comp., 1822-1823. - 8vo. 3 vols. LXIV, 592 pp. VIII, 648 pp. (2), 8, 8B-8E, 9-16, (1329)-1398, B1398-1398E, 1399-1448, (1) pp. Contemporary green half calf, spine gilt in compartments, gilt lettering, corners, gilt fillets on sides (some very light browning, first four leaves of the second work with a dampstain in the lower outer blank corner). First editions of Fourier's principal work, together with the very rare supplement. The first volume is signed by Fourier on verso of the half title. This is Fourier's most important work, containing "the essence of Fourier's doctrine" (D. O. Evans, Social Romanticism in France 1830-1848, p. 129.) The main thesis of the work is the discovery of "harmonie": the entire work endeavors to prove how this harmony can be established and how life and society should be designed so as to ensure success. In an attempt to garner further attention for his ideas, he published the "Sommaire du traité" in 1823, a supplement often lacking. Indeed, the work went virtually unnoticed. Although Fourier is often seen as a dreamer and fantasist, he anticipated Marx in many of his ideas: the theory of poverty and exploitation and their relation to the means of production can already be found with him, and the Marxist concept of the "all-round man" is an idea on which Fourier elaborately worked and which is the most important result of his "harmonie". Fourier was "emphatically a serious social thinker who contributed much of permanent value, not only to socialist and co-operative ideas, but also to the solution of the entire problem of work and of the incentives and human relations connected with it (cf. Kolakowsky, History of Marxism; Quack, de Socialisten, and G. D. H. Cole, A History of Socialist Thought). Numerous Fourierist communities were established, chiefly in the United States, where the way had been prepared by Robert Owen. Fourierism was introduced to the U.S. by Albert Brisbane, whose "Social Destiny of Man" appeared in 1840. Brisbane had studied in France under Fourier in 1834. In 1842 the New York Tribune, then edited by Horace Greeley, placed at his disposal a column in which for over a year he popularized Fourier's doctrines. - Contains, bound before the title page, the leaf "Instructions pour le Vendeur et l'Acheteur", and on the last page the "Appendice aux Conclusions" as well as two inserted quires, the first, B8-E8, containing "Banques Rurales", the second, B1398-1398E, "Carton à placer entre 1398 et 1399. Antienne du chap. III. La 4e phase de civilisation, I, 159". Extremely rare in this complete state, conforming with the details given by Del Bo. Bound in the "Sommaire" is an autograph letter signed by Charles Fourier, dated 9 Oct. 1836, written on paper of "La Réforme Industrielle ou Le Phalanstère" (2 pp. on bifolium with integral address panel, to Madame Caroline Thibaut, rue St. Victor, no. 76 in Paris). Fourier writes about his having met a lady friend of the recipient's: "[.] est une jolie femme, je m'en suis fort bien aperçu, et si j'avais eu 30 ans de moins je lui aurais dit ce que j'en pensais; mais j'ai trop à redouter que de pareils aveux ne soient indifferens à qui en serait l'objet [.]". I: Del Bo 5. Kress C.864. Goldsmiths 23694. Einaudi 1960 (both works). - II: Del Bo 6. Kress C.1060. Goldsmiths 23997. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Memorie Istoriche del Sannio chiamato oggi Principato Ultra, Contado di Molisi,e parte di Terra di Lavoro, Provincie del Regno di Napoli divise in Cinque Libri ne' quali si descrivono i suoi confini, gli abitatori, le guerre, edificazioni, e rovine de' luoghi. I Signori di essi, le l

      Nella Tipografia di Onofrio Nuzzi - Campobasso, CAMPOBASSO 1823 - Memorie Istoriche del Sannio INTERLINGUE Volume della prima metà dell'800 in 4°, stato discreto, rilegati insieme cinque volumi, coperta in pergamena, sul dorso segni della presenza di due tasselli in pelle con caratteri incisi a secco, alcuni segni del tempo, bruniture, fioritura sparsa, tagli, una volta puntinati in rosso, poco bruniti, pagine in buono stato, con marginalia, alcune pagine poco brunite, nella Nota degli Associati, dei volumi I e II è aggiunto l'appunto "1826 Joseph Zambelli" manoscritto a penna, Volume III con errore di numerazione, pagina 138 invece che 238, pagine 141 e 142 invece che 241 e 242. Presenta lettera dedicatoria. Contiene i Volumi I, II, III, IV e V delle Memorie Istoriche del Sannio, opera completa. II edizione. Lingue: Italiano, Latino.

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        M. Tull. Ciceronis opera, ex recensione Joseph. Vict. Le Clerc.

      Lefevre, 1823. 18 voll. In 16°(mm 120x75). Legatura romantica in elegante marocchino color melanzana con ricchi fregi e filetti dorati; al centro dei piatti un grande rombo con fiore al centro impresso a secco, doppio filetto in oro e cantonali neoclassici, dorso a quattro nervi, titolo, bordure e nervature in oro, fregi a piccoli ferri impressi a secco negli scomparti, tagli in oro, spigoli e dentelle interne con fregi dorati ai piccoli ferri. Splendido esemplare di grande fascino di questa edizione tascabile parigina delle opere di Cicerone; figura di spiccco della società romana, avvocato, politico, scrittore, oratore e filosofo. La sua vasta produzione letteraria, modello della letteratura classica latina, è in questo magnifico set completo cosi suddivisa: nei voll. 1-3: Rhetorica; voll. 4-9: Orationes; voll. 10-11: Epistolae ad diversos; voll. 12-13: Epistolae ad Atticum; voll. 14-17: Opera Philosophica; voll. 18: Fragmenta. Lievissime saltuarie fioriture. OCLC 622329101. 18 voll. In 16° attractive contemporary romantic binding with blind-tooled decorations on covers and spine at compartments, double gilt borders and gilt corners, gilt decorations and gilt titles at spine, , gilt edges, gilt inner dentelles. Charming pocket Parisian edition of Cicero's Collected works.Vols 1-3: Rhetorica.Vols. 4-9: Orationes. Vols. 10-11: Epistolae ad diversos. Vols. 12-13: Epistolae ad Atticum Vols. 14-17: Opera Philosophica. Vol. 18: Fragmenta. Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC - 43 BC) was a Roman philosopher, politician, lawyer, orator, political theorist, consul and constitutionalist. He came from a wealthy municipal family of the Roman equestrian order, and is widely considered one of Rome's greatest orators and prose stylists and the most famous lawyer of every time. A wonderful and complete set. OCLC 622329101.

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        Travels through Sweden, Norway, and Finmark to the North Cape, in the summer of 1820.

      London, Rodwell and Martin, 1823, 4to bella legatura posteriore in piena pelle marrone con titoli e fregi dorati al dorso, pp. XVI-(2)-433 con 22 tavole litografiche fuori testo (compresa l'antiporta) di cui due colorate a mano e 11 vignette incise. Qualche gora diffusa ma buon esemplare. Timbro "witdrawn from Cretar Library".

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        Petticoat Tales. 2 vols.

      Edinburgh: Printed for W. & C. Tait. 1823 Contemp. full purple calf, triple-ruled borders in gilt, spines gilt in compartments, gilt dentelles; boards sl. marked. From the Invercauld library, with the contemp. signature of Catherine Farquharson on initial blank vol. I. A nice copy.BL & NLS only on Copac; OCLC locates only one copy in the U.S., at Georgia State. A collection of light-hearted and humorous moral tales for juvenile instruction. They introduce comic characters to their narratives, and elements of gothic suspense, somewhat distanced from the po-faced pedagogy prevalent at the time.

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        The Works of Lord Byron

      London: John Murray 1823 - Early edition. Five volumes. Original publisher's brown paper over blue paper-covered boards with tan spine label. A very good set with some wear and sunning to spines, as well as toning to page edges. Each volume with previous owner's rubber stamp within first few pages of text; volume I with the front hinge starting; volumes III-V with spines starting and fragile, but intact. Overall, a very attractive set in the original publisher's bindings. Uncommon in this condition. This collection of works is one of several editions published after the first in 1819. The first two volumes comprise Byron's well-known narrative poem Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, a semi-autobiographical work originally published in four parts between 1812 and 1818. Volumes III-V contain several shorter works, including the short lyric poem "She Walks in Beauty," and the narrative poem, "Mazeppa." This particular set was published the year before Byron's death in 1824. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Il costume antico e moderno o storia del governo, della milizia, della religione, delle arti, scienze ed usanze di tutti i popoli antichi e moderni, provata coi monumenti dell'antichità e rappresentata cogli analoghi disegni. Edizione seconda riveduta ed accresciuta.

      Firenze, Batelli, 1823-1831. Ventisei volumi di cm. 24.5x16, per ca. 13.000 pagg. complessive. Con oltre 1400 tavv. f.t. (alcune ripiegate ed altre colorate) inc. in rame che rappresentano carte geograf., costumi civili, religiosi e militari, scene folkloriche e vedute. Leg. in mz. perg. con punte e tass. cartacei ai dorsi. Esempl. in barbe ma con qualche lievissima, inevitabile traccia d'uso esterna. Le tavole di questo esemplare non sono intercalate alle pagine ma quasi sempre riunite in fine ad ogni singolo volume. Opera monumentale con 10 volumi, in 13 tomi, dedicati all'Europa, 6 all'Asia, 3 all'Africa, e 4 all'America. Graesse, II, 571. Colas, 1054. Brunet, II, 1233.

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        COURSING.

      Englemann 1823 - 1823. Lithograph. Delteil 59 ii/iv, with the name of Gericault and the address of Englemann. Image: 5¼ x 8½. Margins: 10½ x 14½. In good condition with full margins.

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        The Works of Lord Byron

      London: John Murray, 1823 Early edition. Five volumes. Original publisher's brown paper over blue paper-covered boards with tan spine label. A very good set with some wear and sunning to spines, as well as toning to page edges. Each volume with previous owner's rubber stamp within first few pages of text; volume I with the front hinge starting; volumes III-V with spines starting and fragile, but intact. Overall, a very attractive set in the original publisher's bindings. Uncommon in this condition. This collection of works is one of several editions published after the first in 1819. The first two volumes comprise Byron's well-known narrative poem Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, a semi-autobiographical work originally published in four parts between 1812 and 1818. Volumes III-V contain several shorter works, including the short lyric poem "She Walks in Beauty," and the narrative poem, "Mazeppa." This particular set was published the year before Byron's death in 1824.. Early Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Fordna och Narvarande Sverige Utsigter af Skane

      Stockholm: ([1823]). Oblong folio, half green calf, green marbled paper boards. Gilt titles to board and spine. Some light wear.; Title with aquatint vignette and 58 uncoloured aquatint and 2 lithographic landscape plates. A very attractive work.

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        The History of England from the Ascension James the Second

      Baynes, London 1823 - 15th edition, 8 vols. 19 folding maps & plates. Contemporary half calf. A very good complete set with the 15 folding maps. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NEW VIEWS OF THE CONTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES

      John Taylor / Way and Gideon. Poor with no dust jacket. 1823. Hardcover. Both covers detached from the textblock. Age toning and damp staining. Text clean of highlighting, underlining or other pen/pencil marks. Due to size and/or weight of the book I can only ship it domestic mail. A Little Store that's BIG on Service. Free Delivery Confirmation on every package. .

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        GERMAN SCENERY From Drawings made in 1820 by Captain Batty of the Grenadier Guards. F.R.S.

      London. Rodwell & Martin. 1823. Hardcover. Illustrated with engraved frontispiece, engraved vignette title, and 60 engraved plates. Descriptions of the plates in both French and English; the plates protected by tissue guards. Bound in contemporary half calf over marbled boards, the spine elaborately decorated with gilt panels and two gilt labels in green and black. Some light rubbing to the binding; neat printed ownership name to the top outer corner of the title; some occasional light off-setting to the guards; else an exceptionally fine copy in a highly attractive period binding.

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        Observations on a General Iron Railway

      showing its great superiority, by the General Introduction of Mechanic Power, over all the present methods of Conveyance....5 engraved plates (2 folding), Fourth edition. 8vo., half title, original grey boards, printed paper label to the spine, edges untrimmed. London, Baldwin, Cradock and Joy.

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        Irish Freebooter; or, Surprising Adventures of Captain Redmond...

      1823. The Spirit of Robin Hood [Criminals]. [Ireland]. O'Hanlon, Redmond. Irish Freebooter; Or, Surprising Adventures of Captain Redmond O'Hanlan, a Celebrated Robber, Who, For Many Years Commanded a Banditti, And Laid a Considerable Part of the Country Under Annual Contributions. Together with the Life and Adventures of Humphrey Kynaston, Who, After Spending a Splendid Fortune Commenced Robber [sic], And Supported Hundreds of the Poor, By Depredations on the Rich. New York: Published by W. Borradaile, 1823. 22 pp. Woodcut frontispiece. Octavo (7-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in printed wrappers, untrimmed edges. Moderate soiling, wrappers split along spine, but secure, light browning and foxing to text. $650. * First American edition. First published in London in 1819, this is a chapbook account of famed robbers who followed in the path of Robin Hood. Appended is a further account of "The Remarkable Case of Wm. Butterworth and F. Jennison for the murder of Mr. Groundwater." The front wrapper is dated 1824 and contains a list of "Pamphlets, &c." published by Borradaile at 130 Fulton St., NY. OCLC locates 5 copies of this imprint (American Antiquarian Society, Arizona State University, Harvard, Rollins College, University of Kentucky). American Imprints 12931.

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        OS LUSIADAS. Poema epico. Nova ediçao correcta, e dada à luz conforme à de 1817, por Don Joze Maria de Souza-Botelho.

      Paris, Typographia de Firmin Didot, 1823. In-24 p. (mm. 105x65), p. pelle rossa coeva, eleganti cornici dorate e a secco ai piatti, ricca decoraz. e tit. oro al dorso, tagli dorati, risg. damascati, pp. (2),377,(3), con ritratto dell'Autore inciso da Fry e frontespizio pure inciso con vignetta che raffigura il naufragio del poeta mentre sta cercando di salvare il manoscritto dei Lusiadi. “Poema epico di Luis de Camoes (1524-1580), il maggior poeta portoghese, diviso in dieci canti. Voleva essere ed è rimasta l'epopea nazionale di un popolo “I Lusitani” o “I Portoghesi”. L'edizione principe uscì a Lisbona nel 1572. Argomento centrale è la prima spedizione di Vasco da Gama nel 1498, impresa che dopo una lunga serie di tentativi sfortunati aveva infine coronato di successo le speranze di pervenire dall'Occidente per via di mare al lontano Oriente favoloso, e che era apparsa degna di essere celebrata da un nuovo Omero o da un nuovo Virgilio”. Così Diz. Opere Bompiani, IV, p. 468. Con fiorit. intercalate nel t. ma certamente un buon esemplare.

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        The World in Miniature The Netherlands Containing a Description of the Character, Manners, Habits, and Costumes of the Inhabitants of the Late Seven United Provinces, Flanders, and Brabant

      London R. Ackermann 1823 - 241pages p. Illustrated with eighteen hand colored engraved plates. Bound in a fine small 10x15 cm half calf with raised bands and golddecorarion and goldprint on spines, spine faded [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Printed land grant, completed in manuscript, to John Smith

      Sydney, 1823. In excellent condition.. Large printed vellum leaf, completed in manuscript, approx. 290 x 257 mm., verso blank except for ms. docket title; original folds, with well-preserved ribbon and paper seal attached. Fine original land grant signed by the sixth governor, for 200 acres in Methven, Van Diemen's Land, free of "all Taxes, Quit Rents, Services, and Acknowledgements whatsoever" for five years, thereafter a quit rent of four shillings per annum. Methven was a Tasmanian district name long since abandoned; it refers to the Oatlands area in central Tasmania.Sir Thomas Brisbane (1773-1860) succeeded Macquarie as governor of New South Wales, and held office from 1821 to 1825. Much of his work as governor was to reform the system of land grants which had mushroomed under Macquarie leaving confusion and boundary disputes prevailing among grantees. Brisbane instituted proper surveys and reformed the whole system of grants, ensuring that only those who were both willing to improve the land and had the capital to do so were successful in obtaining grants. This grant was witnessed by William Elyard junior, then second clerk in the colonial secretary's office, and Robert Crawford, principal clerk. Crawford was the builder of Clyde Bank in 1824: situated in the Rocks, Sydney, it was designed by Francis Greenway and is the oldest remaining house in the city of Sydney. The document was further signed by Brisbane's nemesis, Frederick Goulburn, as registrar. Goulburn was the first official colonial secretary to be appointed and took an active role in the issuing of land grants. His handling of grants was one of the major causes of the acrimony between himself and the governor, the cause of the collapse of Brisbane's administration and the governor's recall.

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        HISTORIA NOVA DO IMPERADOR CARLOS MAGNO, E DOS DOZE PARES DE FRANÇA.

      - Contém a grande batalha, que teve com Malco, Rei de Fés, a qual venceo Reinaldos de Montalvão, e dos muitos trabalhos, que esre padeceo por traição de Galalão sendo sempre leal, constante na Fé o melhor dos doze Pares. Por J. A. R. LISBOA: Na Impressão de Alcobia. Anno 1823. In 4º de 20,8x16 cm. com 20 págs. Brochado. Ilustrado com xilogravura na folha de rosto, representando Montalvão a cavalo e Malco, com árvore do lado esquerdo. Raríssimo folheto de cordel com um episódio de Romance de Cavalaria, muito popular em Portugal. Será talvez a 6ª edição. Inocêncio refere edições de 1742 e de 1789, a BNP tem edição de 1759 e a Livraria Castro e Silva tem uma edição de 1813 não mencionada pelo ilustre bibliógrafo tal como esta também não é mencionada e dela não existem exemplares nas bibliotecas portuguesas. Na Biblioteca Estatal da Baviera existe um exemplar de edição diferente (Impressão de João Nunes Esteves) do ano de 1823. Rodrigo Veloso. Escrínio I, 2240. Edição de 1783. Inocêncio VI, 304. XII, 206. Location/localizacao: Gravureiro Gav. 8

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        Elia; [together with:] The Last Essays of Elia. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine; A sequel to essays published under that name.

      London: Taylor and Hessey; Edward Moxon, 1823–33. - 2 volumes, octavo (173 x 111 mm). Late 19th-century tan calf by Riviere & Son, spines gilt to compartments with red and brown labels, French fillets to covers, gilt turn-ins, purple endpapers, gilt edges. Ownership stamp of Helen Ladd Corbett to front free endpapers. Very slight marking to spines and covers, Elia with 2 scratches to front cover and slight loss to gilt of fore edge, occasional very slight blemishes to contents. Lacking advertisements. Overall an excellent set. First editions, first impressions, first issue of Elia, with the title page stating a single publisher, as called for. The first issue was published without a half-title; this copy has a supplied half-title, bound in from the second issue. Charles Lamb's pseudonymous essays are largely autobiographical, dealing with mankind at large through the medium of Lamb's own experiences and impressions. They remained widely popular for decades, establishing him both at the time and since as one of the leading essayists of the 19th-century. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Works of Lord Byron

      London: John Murray, 1823 Early edition. Five volumes. Original publisher's brown paper over blue paper-covered boards with tan spine label. A very good set with some wear and sunning to spines, as well as toning to page edges. Each volume with previous owner's rubber stamp within first few pages of text; volume I with the front hinge starting; volumes III-V with spines starting and fragile, but intact. Overall, a very attractive set in the original publisher's bindings. Uncommon in this condition. This collection of works is one of several editions published after the first in 1819. The first two volumes comprise Byron's well-known narrative poem Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, a semi-autobiographical work originally published in four parts between 1812 and 1818. Volumes III-V contain several shorter works, including the short lyric poem "She Walks in Beauty," and the narrative poem, "Mazeppa." This particular set was published the year before Byron's death in 1824.. Early Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Narrative of a Voyage Round the World, in the "Uranie" and "Physicienne" corvettes, commanded by Captain Freycinet during the years 1817, 1818, 1819 and 1820

      Treuttel and Wurtz, London 1823 - Two parts in one volume, quarto, with a folding map as frontispiece and 25 engraved plates from original drawings by Arago; period-style full morocco, gilt. The first edition in English of this private narrative of the 1817-1820 Freycinet expedition to Australia and the Pacific - in fact the first appearance in English of any account of the whole voyage.The huge multi-volume official account of the voyage was far more serious and scientific in tone, and has never been published in full in English translation. Arago's book in this and many subsequent editions became one of the voyage best-sellers of the nineteenth century. Included in this English edition is the important official report to the French Academy of Sciences on the collections made in the course of the expedition: this was not included in the French edition published in Paris the previous year.Arago was the official artist on the voyage, and the lithograph plates here are all after his own drawings. He was a particularly sensitive interpreter of the native peoples encountered by the expedition, and writes in an entertaining style with his text reflecting his keen powers of observation. Throughout, he entirely avoids the conventional forms of the voyage narrative, ignoring the 'eternal repetition of winds, currents, longitude and latitude'. Long portions relate to Australia, firstly the visit to Western Australia and later descriptions of Sydney, the Blue Mountains, and meetings with Governor Macquarie and John Oxley. Arago's work provides an independent account of the time spent in Australian waters, with an excellent summary of life in Sydney and colonial society at the close of the Macquarie era. The French were entertained handsomely by the governor and other members of the local aristocracy.The expedition visited Hawaii in August 1819, at a crucial period in the history of the islands, visiting Maui, Hawaii and Oahu. Theirs was 'the last careful examination of the native culture, even as it was being dismantled by the abolition of the kapu system and less than a year prior to the arrival of the first American missionaries' (Forbes). Some spotting, but a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The British Essayists

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1823. Complete set of 38 volumes. Duodecimo (61/2" X 4"). Boards marbled with leather spines and corners. Spines have six compartments with gilt titles (some missing), dates and blind stamp decorations. Text blocks generally clean and tight. A later edition of Chalmers monumental work of 1803. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Non-U.S. buyers: Please check with us on shipping fees BEFORE placing your order. The printing firm (now known as Pearson) dates back to 1724 with Longman's purchase from William Taylor of the shops named The Black Swan and The Ship on Paternoster Row in London. Very Good.

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        Rouge et Noir. The Academicians of 1823, or the Greeks of the Palais Royal and the Clubs of St. James's.

      London: 1823. FIRST EDITION. pp.310; 439-456, with hand-coloured frontispiece entitled 'La Roulette'. Not including pages 311 to 438, which were redacted in some cases. Bound in original linen-backed grey boards with paper label to spine, edges untrimmed. Heraldic bookplate to pastedown, bound without flyleaves, minor wear to binding, label toned. A particularly bright copy. A searing contemporary indictment of gambling clubs in Regency London. Controversial at the time of publication for actually naming some of the more profligate members of the gamester nobility.

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        Instructions in all kinds of gymnastic exercises, as taught and practised in the gymnastic institutions of Germany: designed as well for colleges, schools, and other places of education, as for private use. By a military officer.

      London: Printed for G. & W. B. Whittaker , 1823. Book measures 9 x 5 3/4 inches. Collation, xii,99pp, 11 plates, of which 2 are folding. Bound in original publishers paper backed boards, [ the boards look original, if not original they are of the period ].Boards lightly rubbed, dust/dirt marked. Binding in very good firm condition. Internally, pages and plates in good clean condition. A very nice copy.. First Edition. Original Publishers Boards. Very Good Plus. 8vo.

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        Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the Years 1819, 20, 21, and 22. With an Appendix on Various Subjects Relating to Science and Natural History

      John Murray, London 1823 - xvi+768+[6 index] pages with 31 plates of which 11 are in color (9 in aquatint) and with four plates of plants (1 in color) preceding four large folding maps all dated March 1823, with an appendix which Sabin calls "valuable" in its contribution to the knowledge of the natural history of the area and errata slip tipped in. Quarto (10 3/4" x 8 1/2") bound in original contemporary tree calf with spine in gilt lettering. The plates were engraved by Finden, from drawings by Lieutenants Hood and Back. (Hill 635. Abbey Travel 635; Arctic Bibliography 5194; Books on Ice 3.1; Lande 1181) First edition first issue with the errata slip mounted to page 768. This expedition also known as the Coppermine Expedition of 1819–1822 had as its goal the exploration of the northern coast of Canada, which was accessed by way of the Coppermine River. The British expedition was organized by the Royal Navy as part of its attempt to discover and map the Northwest Passage. It was the first of three Arctic expeditions to be led by John Franklin, and also included George Back and John Richardson, both of whom would become significant Arctic explorers in their own right. The expedition was plagued by poor planning, bad luck and unreliable allies. The expected assistance from the local fur trading companies and native peoples was less forthcoming than expected, and the dysfunctional supply line, coupled with unusually harsh weather and the resulting absence of game, meant that the explorers were never far from starvation. Eventually the Arctic coast was reached, but barely 500 miles had been explored before the exhaustion of the party's supplies and the onset of winter forced them to turn back. The expedition made a desperate retreat across uncharted territory in a state of starvation, often with nothing more than lichen to eat. Eleven of the twenty strong party died amid accusations of murder and cannibalism before the survivors were rescued by native people of the Yellowknife tribe. In the aftermath of the expedition, John Franklin was much criticized by local fur traders for his haphazard planning and failure to adapt to the circumstances he faced, but in Britain he was received as a hero, fêted for the courage he had shown in extreme adversity. The expedition captured the public imagination, and in reference to a desperate measure he took while starving, he became known as "the man who ate his boots". Condition: Second contents leaf bound at end of preliminaries; lacks the half-title, rebacked, spine scuffed, rear board splitting along fore edge, end-papers renewed; infrequent minor foxing, occasional light offsetting from plates else about a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Stadt Neuburg (Baiern)

      Kunike 1823-26, Wien - Lithograph, hand colored. In excellent condition.

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        LETTERS FROM THE CAUCASUS AND GEORGIA; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, THE ACCOUNT OF A JOURNEY INTO PERSIA IN 1812, AND AN ABRIDGED HISTORY OF PERSIA SINCE THE TIME OF NADIR SHAH. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH

      London: John Murray, 1823. First Edition. Octavo; xiv; [ii]; 414pp. Modern quarter cloth spine; leather title label; marbled paper-covered boards; endpapers freshened. Some offsetting of frontis plate to title, owner name front end-paper, restorations at gutter final leaves and map hinge; hinge starting, else a very good copy, with four plates and two maps (one folding). Shelve Case 6. Spine title is "Georgian Letters." Dupont.

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        Voyage a Meroe, au Fleuve Blanc.

      Imprimerie Royale 1823 - CAILLAUD, FREDERIC (1787-1869). Voyage a Meroe, au Fleuve Blanc. Paris, Imprimerie Royale, 1823-1827. 6 volumes comprising 4 vols text 8o (202x125mm), and 2 vols atlas 2o (500x340mm). With half-titles. 15 engraved plates in the text vols, and 149 lithographic plates and engraved maps on 149 leves in the atlas. Contemporary grey polished calf by Ph. Selenka with his ticket, sides panelled in blind and with a wide gilf frame, marbled edges (flaking of surface and some discoloration on atlas vol.). FIRST EDITION. "Still todat an inestimable source" (Bardeschi). Caillaud visited the oasis of Siwah and Jupiter Ammon and accompanied Ismail Pasha's military expedition to Nubia, where he explored the ruins of Meroe its remarkable two hundred pyramids. The plates, which include the first detailed map of Nubia, show views of various settlements, the ruins at Assour, Nouri, Mont Narkal and elsewhere, the waterfalls at Absyr, various oases including that at El Qasr, a number of maps charting the course of the Nile, and the plants, insects and birds of the region. The title-pages of the atlas volumes are both dated 1823. Text contemp. half calf binding gilf back, atlas interior good condition, vol 1 of the atlas missing in the back. One plate "Typhonium a droite en entrant" was forgotten by the binder so there is only 149 plates in the atlas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pianta della citta di Roma con la indicazione di tutte le antichita e nuovi abbellimenti pubblicata in Roma nell'anno MDCCCXXIII

      Incisione in rame, mm 750x1130, montata su tela coeva e divisa in 32 stacchi. Riporta in basso la nota "Publicata spese di Venanzio Monaldini Libraio e Cartolaro in Piaz.ª di Spagna Nº19 an.º 1823". Molto ben conservata eccetto nella parte inf. a destra dove la cornice della stampa è rifilata e dove il sottotitolo dell'ultima veduta "Foro romano" è abraso. Prima edizione di questa grande pianta di Monaldini, che raffigura la città entro la cinta delle mura, come incisa su una lastra di pietra. Sui lati la pianta è arricchita da sono16 piccole vedute raffiguranti alcuni tra i maggiori monumenti: Basilica di S. Pietro; Basilica di S.M. Maggiore; Pantheon di Agrippa; Foro romano; Basilica di S. Giovanni in Laterano; Basilica di S. Paolo; Campidoglio; Anfiteatro Flavio; Piramide di C. Cestio; Foro Trajano; Monte Cavallo. Ai lati della pianta vi è poi un lungo elenco di toponimi. C. Marigliani, Le Piante di Roma delle collezioni private, p. 318-319, n. 249

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        Historisch Topographisches Lexicon von Steyermark. 4 Bände.

      Graz, And. Kienreich, 1822-1823. - Erstausgabe. - „Mit seinem Lexikon, das auch biographische und genealogische Angaben enthält, schuf Schmutz eine umfassende Landesaufnahme, die auch heute noch einen nützlichen Behelf für die landesgeschichtliche Forschung der Steiermark darstellt, u.a. durch den Abdruck inzwischen verlorengegangener Quellen" (ÖBL X, 348). - Einbände berieben, bestoßen u. etw. fleckig. Ein Rückenschild m. Randabriß, eines m. Stoßspur (dadurch kl. Fehlstelle). Gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Schlossar 92; Zischka 101; Wurzbach XXX, 341 („Wenig gekanntes und seltenes Werk"). ge Gewicht in Gramm: 4000 8°. Mit 2 lithogr. Titelbildern, 4 lithogr. Titeln u. zahlr. Ortswappen a. 3 lithogr. Tafeln. Zus. ca. 2400 S., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. m. etw. Rückenverg., den goldgepr. Initialen „J. K." sowie je 2 goldgepr. Rückenschildern. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Thoughts and details on the high and low prices of the last thirty years. Part I. On the alterations in the currency. [Part II. On the effect of war. Part III. On the effect of the seasons. Part IV. A table of the prices of various commodities from 1782 to 1822, with statements of quantities; preceded by some general remarks].

      John Murray, 1823., London: - 4 parts in 2 volumes. 8vo. viii, 220; viii, 61, [1], 185, [1], 85, [1], [2 blank], 77, [1] pp. Large folding table (vol. I). Original blue cloth-backed red pebbled paper overs boards, printed paper spine label applied to spine of second volume; corners showing, joints cracked, reinforced with kozo. Good. Complete sets are rare. First edition of what the Quarterly Review [vol. 29, (Apr. & July, 1823), p. 214], called "a very valuable contribution to the science of political economy." The author made a systematic study of prices of various commodities and making judgements on the science of economics. "Thomas Tooke is the founder of the contra-quantity theory of money - the view that monetary policy is powerless to influence prices because the supply of money depends on the flow of money expenditure and hence is the result and not the cause of price changes." [p. 250] â€" Blaug. "The work of 1823, Thoughts and details on the high and low prices of the last thirty years, provided the basis for Tooke's monetary thought until and including the publication in 1838 of the first two volumes of his massive treatise The History of Prices. In this treatise, Tooke aimed to continue what he saw as his main challenge, the detailed collection and interpretation of price trends. While the 1823 work covered the years 1793-1822, the 1838 volumes extended the coverage through 1837." [page 58] "The data to be used appeared in the appendix to Tooke's 1823 book . This book analyses the years 1793-1822, but the appendix, compiled by Tooke's assistant A. Hinrichs, provides details on prices for 41 years, from 1782 to 1822. Prices are quoted for 41 commodities. The number of price quotations differs for each year. If the price of a commodity did not change in a particular year, Tooke quoted a single price. It the price of a commodity showed a certain trend (upward or downward) during the year and the two extreme prices were a and b, Tooke informed us of (a, b) for that commodity, i.e., one cannot tell whether the price rose or fell. If a commodity showed one maximum (or minimum) and two trends through the year (upward to downward or vice versa) Tooke quoted (a, b, c). Thus the number of price quotations for each commodity is not constant, but ranges from one to ten, if there were nine different successive trends for a particular commodity in a certain year, as, for example, in the case of coffee in 1819. In addition, Tooke sometimes reports separate data series according to the quality (high or low) or origin (e.g., Russia or Sweden) of the commodity. The first step of the present analysis was to compute an average price for each commodity for each year over the various quotations and series provided." [p. 150] â€" Arie Arnon, Thomas Tooke: Pioneer of Monetary Theory, (1991). "The debate in Britain over the steep decline in prices that accompanied a general depression in economic activity in the period after the French Wars largely motivated Tooke to write his first book on political economy, Thoughts and details on the high and low prices of the last thirty years, published in 1823. The book was well received, confirming Tooke's rowing reputation as a political economist 'remarkable for his range of knowledge and sound judgement' (Higgs 1921: xiii)." [p. 17] â€" Matthew Smith, Thomas Tooke and the Monetary Thought of Classical Economics, (2011). Einaudi 5659; Goldsmiths 23825; Kress C.1163. See: Mark Blaug, Great economists before Keynes, Humanities Press, (1986), p. 250. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Collection des uniformes de l'armée française, présentée au Roi, par S.E.M. le Maréchal Duc de Bellune, ministre de la guerre. Dessinée et lithographiée au Dépôt général de la guerre.

      Paris, Ch. Picquet 1823 - in-folio, 30 planches lithographiées et coloriées, chiffrées, dont un frontispice et le titre, ainsi que le feuillet de table final, demi-toile Bradel cerise, dos muet, plats de cartonnage rouge conservés (reliure du XXe siècle). Edition originale (une seconde existe, composée de 84 planches). Magnifique suite composée à l'occasion de l'Expédition d'Espagne. Notre exemplaire est rigoureusement complet de toutes les planches, et suit la description donnée par Glasser (qui s'est toutefois trompé sur l'intitulé exact des 4 planches 7, 13, 14 et 21). Glasser, pp. 16-20. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale-Fishery;

      1823 - Including Researches and Discoveries on the eastern Coast of west Greenland, made in the summer of 1822, in the ship Baffin of Liverpool.First edition. 2 folding maps (1 large) & six engraved plates (2 folding). 8vo. Contemporary calf, distinctive Northern Lightboard Trust stamp gilt to spine. xliii, 472pp. Edinburgh, An important whaling account from a distinguished library. Scoresby set out for the fishing grounds in the Baffin, a ship of some 321 tons ordered by him specifically for whaling, with the object of surveying the coast in addition to harpooning. The resultant new charts he hoped would enable ships to pursue the whales all the more successfully. Sabin, 78171. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Della istoria d'Italia antica e moderna. 19 Bände (= komplett). Del Cav. Luigi Bossi, socio dell I. R. Istituto delle scienze e dell I. R. Accademia delle belle arti di Milano, della R. Accademia delle scienze di Torino, dell Accademia Archeologica di Roma, della Pontaniana di Napoli, di quella de Geografili di Firenze, degli Etruschi di Cartona ecc. Con carte geografiche e tavole. Incise in rame.

      Milano, G. P. Giegler, 1819-1823. - 12°. 15 cm. 588, 637, 604, 662, 652, 772, 502, 658, 752, 680, 720, 903, 760, 899, 756, 711, 970, 711 und 712 Seiten. Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. Marmorierter Buchschnitt. 1. Auflage. Graesse, Trésor de livres rares et précieux I, 501. Italienischsprachige Ausgabe. Mit 94 gestochenen Tafeln und einer Karte (= komplett). Rücken teilweise wenig fleckig. Exlibris auf Innendeckel. Gute bis sehr gute Exemplare. First edition. Italian language edition. With 94 engravings and one map. Half-leather binding. Spines lightly spotted. Exlibris on inside cover. Nearly fine copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE CHARACTER OF THE RUSSIANS, and a Detailed History of Moscow. With a dissertation on the Russian language, and an appendix, containing tables, political, statistical, and historical; an account of the Imperial Agricultural Society of Moscow;

      London, printed for T. Cadell in the Strand, and W. Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1823.. a catalogue of plants found in and near Moscow; an essay on the origin and progress of architecture in Russia, &c. &c. FIRST EDITION 1823. 4to, approximately 280 x 220 mm, 11 x 8½ inches, 22 engraved plates only of 23, LACKING THE FOLDING COLOURED PANORAMA OF THE KREMLIN, 12 aquatint hand-coloured plates, 1 uncoloured aquatint, 10 black and white engraved plates, 3 folding, plus large folding engraved map of Moscow, 2 woodcuts in the text, pages: 3-28, [2] - subtitle, [i]-cliv, [2] - subtitle, [1]-639, [1] - Errata, (our collation is the same as Abbey), bound in modern full maroon morocco, gilt lettering and extra gilt decoration to spine, gilt and blind decoration to edges of covers, new endpapers, matching plain cloth slipcase. Folding plan has 2 repairs to inner margin, not affecting the image, most of the black and white engravings including the plan are browned with brown offset to pages either side, 1 lower margin has a tiny hole, not affecting text, several pages have some pale staining, all text legible, pale offset on several colour plates from text. A very good copy. See: J. R.Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860, Volume 1, No. 227, pages 201-202. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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