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        Rosa Gallica caerulea. Rosier de Provins à feuilles bleuâtres

      Firmin Didot], [Paris 1824 - Stipple engraving printed in black, on ochre-tinted paper, by Eug. Talbaux, after Redouté, printed by Rémond. Very good condition. A very rare uncoloured 'connoisseur's' impression on ochre-tinted paper from the first edition of 'Les Roses': Redouté's most famous work, and perhaps the most celebrated flower book of all time The present uncoloured plate was printed on ochre paper as it was realized that this gave a pleasing effect. The ochre background enhances the subtle gradations of tone achieved using the stipple engraving technique and gives a unique opportunity to appreciate the unrivalled artistry of both Pierre-Joseph Redouté himself and the master-craftsman he employed to translate his watercolour into a print of the highest quality. Redouté learned, whilst on a visit to London, that the most successful impressions of stipple engravings came from well-used plates. A number of black plates would thus be struck to take the edge off the plate before printing in colours. Redouté's printers struck black impressions - always on a paper with a distinct ochre tint - from the plates, and these early impressions were then combined with later colour-printed examples to form the de luxe issues of 'Les Roses'. Redouté's 'Les Roses' was issued in four formats: a large paper folio with coloured plates, a large paper folio with the plates in two states, folio with coloured plates, and folio with the plates in two states (the present plate comes from this final de luxe form). Gavin Bridson and Donald Wendel, in their magisterial 'Printmaking in the service of botany' catalogue (Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, 1986, item 25) noted that Redouté 'For the interest of connoisseurs' included `a set of black plates as a parallel series to the usual color-printed versions' in 'special issues' of both the present work and his earlier 'Les Liliacées'. The number of these special issues that were produced is unfortunately not recorded but to judge from auction records over the past twenty-five years they are extremely rare: only four complete sets of 'Les Roses' in this format are recorded. The present print therefore comes from an edition that was severely limited, and is certainly much rarer than its colour-printed equivalent. Cf. Cleveland Collections 807; cf. Dunthorne 232; cf. Hunt Redoutéana 19; cf. Hunt, Printmaking in the Service of Botany 25; cf. Nissen BBI 1599; cf. Pritzel 7455; cf. Ray French 89; cf. Stafleu and Cowan 8748. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Koenigreich Galizien und Lodomerien Herausgegeben im Jahre 1790 von Liesganig. Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsquellen vermehrt und verbessert.

      Wien, Generalquartiermeisterstab, 1824.. Kupferstichkarte von A. Huber nach Liesganig von 33 Platten, Bildausschnitt je 31,5 x 23,5 cm, zusammen unregelmäßig bis 150 x 190 cm.. Vergl. Dörflinger, Österreichische Karten des 18 Jahrhunderts, p. 69 (für die erste Ausgabe 1794); zwischen 1772 und 1774 wurde das nach dem Petersburger Vertrag an Österreich gefallene Galizien von Joseph Liesganig für Verwaltungszwecke vermessen; nach einer in den folgenden Jahren vom Generalquartiermeisterstab durchgeführten Mappierung wurde die Karte von Johann von Liechtenstern gezeichnet und von Gottfried Prixner in Lemberg gestochen; hier vorliegend die zweite vom Generalquartiermeisterstab selbst herausgegebene Ausgabe; die 33 Sektionen in je 2 Teile zerschnitten und auf Leinwand montiert, faltbar eingerichtet, in Halbleder der Zeit, dieser leicht berieben und bestoßen.

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      John Bumpus - W. Booth - W. Baynes, London 1824 - RO40239695: 340 pages pour le tome I, 452 pages pour le tome II et 213 + 128 + 62 pages pour le tome III. Gravure en noir et blanc en frontispice du vol. I (portrait). Text in English. Titres, tomaisons, fleurons, roulettes et filets dorés sur les dos. Tranches marbrées. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons de bibliothèque en pages de titre. Fortes épidermures sur les dos. Plats frottés. With a Memoir of the author and Notes critical and explanatory by the Rev. E. CLARKE. In 3 volumes. In-16 Relié cuir dos-coins. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos très frotté. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Entomologische Monographieen.

      Berlin, G. Reimer, 1824. 8vo (205 x 120mm). pp. xiv, 242, with 10 hand-coloured engraved plates. Later half calf, gilt lettered spine. Friederich Klug (1775-1856) was a German entomologist, curator and later director of the Zoological Museum at the University in Berlin. The present work deals almost exclusively with insects of Brazil and describes insects from the collections of Graf Johann von Hoffmansegg 'Letztere erhielt damals gegen 19000, unter ihnen beinahe 9000 exotische mehrentheils Brasilische Arten' (Preface) as well as from Sellow 'welcher auf thätigste von der Königl. Preussischen Gesandtschaft am Hofe von Brasilien, Herrn Grafen von Flemming und dem eifrigen ... Dr. von Olfers... in den Disticten von Bahia und Minas Geraes, um Rio Janeiro und Montevideo... sammelte (Idem).//Provenace: Bookplate of J. d'Aguilar.//Horn-Schenkling 11969.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        General Anatomy : Applied to Physiology and the Practice of Medicine / by X. Bichat ; Translated from the Last French Edition by Constant Coffyn, Revised and Corrected by George Calvert - 4 Volumes Complete, Bound in 2

      Printed For The Translator By Shackell & Arrowsmith, London, 1824, Hardback, First English EditionEdge worn and dulled grey boards professionally rebacked with paper labels to the spines. Bookplate of the Charing Cross Hospital Medical School to the front paste down.; 0 pages; Description: 2 v. ; 22 cm. Translation of: Anatomie generale. Revised and Corrected from the last French edition by George Calvert. Pages uncut; an unread copy and particularly well preserved internally. Complete sets are uncommon. All books fully on approval. Subjects: Human anatomy. Physiology.

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        Histoire du Bas-Empire.

      Firmin Didot, Paris 1824 - Ensemble complet de 21 volumes in-8 ; demi-basane marron, dos à faux-nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison de basane noire (reliure de l'époque). Nouvelle édition (1824-1836), revue entièrement, corrigée, et augmentée d'après les historiens orientaux. Quelques petits défauts aux reliures (manque de cuir plus prononcé aux tomes 3 et 10). Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas, with Remarks Historical and Critical on Johnson's Life of Greene; To which Is Appended an Appendix of Original Documents Relating to the History of the Revolution.

      E. Littell, William Brown, printer, Philadelphia 1824 - 8vo. (2), 511, xlvii pp. Contemporary sheep (scuffed, spine darkened and somewhat eroded). Very good copy. First edition. Howes L-204: "Here the son of 'Light Horse' Henry Lee resents the slurs on his father contained in William Johnson's Life of Greene and attacks the credibility of that work." Sabin 39750. American Imprints 16878. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Exercitationes de animalium vertebris carentium in ovo formatione. Pars prima. De Generatione Aranearum in Ovo/ Untersuchungen über die Bildungsgeschichte der wirbellosen Thiere im Eie. Erster Theil. Von der Erzeugung der Spinnen im Eie.

      Marburg, J.C. Krieger und Comp., 1824. Folio (400 x 255mm). pp. x, x, 63, 63, with 4 (2 handcoloured) engraved plates. Publishers printed blue boards (spine worn). Early work on the embryology of spiders. Johann Moritz David Herold (1790-1862) was professor of medicine at the University of Marburg. Text in Latin and German printed on opposite pages. The plates are after drawings by the author. The 4 plates consist of 2 handcoloured engraved plates, each with a seperate outline key plate.//Nissen ZBI, 1912.

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        Posthumous Poems.

      Printed for John and Henry L. Hunt, 1824, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good; Upper hinge broken. Foxing throughout but mainly to endpapers., First Edition; First PrintingPosthumous Poems. Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792-1822. Octavo printed on ribbed paper for publishers John and Henry L. Hunt, 1824. Printed by C. H. Reynell, Broad Street, Golden Square, x. 415 p.. Preface by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. 1797-1851. Green modern library binding with white title label to spine and black titles. Red speckled edges. Inscription to first free endpaper. "Fran Phipps. June 26th 1838". Curiously this copy has 2 errata leaves bound in at the rear, on the verso of each is a list of Shelley's previous works. Contents leaves misbound, xi preceding ix, x. Small remains of a library sticker to front paste-down. Some foxing, mainly to endpapers. (FORMAN, 108) (WISE, 70) (OCOLC, 868008868) Julian and Maddalo [written at Este in 1818, containing the famous word portraits of Shelley and Byron]. The Witch of Atlas [written in August, 1820, in three days following a lonely excursion to the Monte San Pellegrino. ]Letter to- [Mrs. Gisbourne]. The Triumph of Life [Shelley?s latest composition, left unfinished]. Fragments from an Unfinished Drama. Prince Athanase. Ode to Naples. Marianne?s Dream [ previously published in The Literary Pocket-Book, edited by Leigh Hunt, 1819]. Mont Blanc [previously published in History of a Six Weeks? Tour, 1817]. Miscellaneous Poems[fifty-nine poems]. Fragments [numbering nie, including Charles the First and Prince Athanase, Pt, II]. Alastor, or The Spirit of Solitude [ first published in 1816]. Translations [numbering five]. It was with difficulty that a publisher was found for the book, the sale of two hundred and fifty copies being guaranteed by Thomas Lovell Beddoes, Bryan Waller Proctor (?Barry Cornwall?) and Thomas Forbes Felsall. The original intentions to include certain prose pieces was abandoned on account of the size of the volume. (GRANNIS, 80) Mary Shelley?s campaign to make the world appreciate Percy Shelley?s genius and personal virtues was astutely planned. She decided to publish first his posthumous poems, then his prose. Some private verses she did not consider including, and she omitted his polemic poems - though she circulated them privately - in order to show ?how he could write without shocking people, ? after which the public would be receptive to his complete works. In this decision she also deferred to John Hunt, recently imprisoned for an Examiner attack on Parliament and soon to be fined for publishing Byron?s ?Vision of Judgement. ?The Posthumous Poems of Percy Shelley were published in June 1824 and included sixty-five unpublished poems, thirteen out of print, and five translations. Mary Shelley?s preface went straight to the point of Shelley?s ill repute: ?his fearless enthusiasm in the cause which he considered the most sacred upon earth, the improvement of the moral and physical state of mankind, was the chief cause why he, like other illustrious reformers, was pursued by hatred and calumny. ? Ignoring his controversial private life, she extolled his virtues and gifts, and described her terrible vigil at Lerici. Posthumous Poems accomplished what Mary Shelley intended: before it, Shelley?s immorality, destructiveness, and incomprehensibility where legend, and he was largely unread; upon its publication there was a surge of interest a he seemed at once more accessible and admirable. Moreover though she has been charged with initiating the legend of the ethereal Shelley, that legend evolved out of his projection of himself and a cultural shift from the Byronic ideal to oneof pre-Victorian evangelism, dedication, and earnestness. Besides he grew to be a hero to radicals as well. On July 23 Mary was shocked to learn that Sir Timothy Shelley was infuriated by Posthumous Poems and would terminate her allowance unless she withdrew it from circulation, stopped publication of the prose, and moreover promised not to publish anything by our about Shelley during his own lifetime. Three hundred copies of the poem and been sold, about tenfold more than any of the poems published in Shelley?s lifetime. , and the projected prose volume was slim. After urgent consultations with Peacock, who negotiated with with Whitton, she capitulated to Sir Timothy. (SUNSTEIN,248, 257, 260); 415 pages

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        Narrative of an Excursion to the Mountains of Piemont, and Researches among the Vaudois, or Waldenses, Protestant Inhabitants of the Cottian Alps

      London: C. and J. Rivington. 1824. First. First edition. Quarto. xx, [2], 279, [1], ccxxiv pp. With 10 lithographic plates, 2 folded maps, and 3 facsimile plates. Complete. Modern period-style half calf and marbled papercovered boards, all edges marbled. The text pages are clean and tight, with a few tiny repaired tears. A very handsome copy. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Chirurgische Erfahrungen besonders über die Wiederherstellung zerstörter Theile des menschlichen Körpers nach neuen Methoden. Abt. III & IV (von 4): Wiederersatz der Nase; . Mundes, Spaltungen des Gaumens.

      - Berlin, Enslin, Verlag von Th. Chr. Fr. Enslin, 1824, 8°, X, (2), 306, (2) pp., 8 Abbildungen auf 4 lith. Tafeln, Pappband der Zeit; feines Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe! - Dritte Abtheilung: I. Ueber den Wiederersatz der Nase. II. Von der Verwachsung oder der Verschließung des Mundes. - - Vierte Abtheilung: Ueber die Heilung der angeborenen oder durch Krankheiten veranlaßten Spaltungen des Gaumens durch Gaumennaht. - - Das Hauptwerk des Schöpfers der Plastischen Chirurgie war über einen Zeitraum von 6 Jahren erschienen, somit sind vollständige Exemplare extrem selten. Zwischen dem Erscheinen des ersten und letzten Bandes avancierte Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach (1798-1849) vom einfachen praktischen Arzt zum Professor an der Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität und "dirigierenden Arzt" der Abteilung für chirurgische Kranke an der Charité. - - First Edition. Dieffenbach showed his early interest in the transplantation of tissue in the subject of his docotral thesis "Nonullade regeneratione et transplantatione", and only seven years later published the first of his surgical observations on a variety of operations for the restoration of defective parts of the body. One of the greatest geniuses in the history of plastic surgery, Dieffenbach pioneered many methods and principles which "have not been improved upon and are still constantly employed" (Gnudi & Webster). - - Garrison & Morton 5743; Waller 2441 (incomplete); Wellcome II, 466 (incomplete); Hirsch-H., II, 263; Zeis No.346; Zeis/Patterson Index I, 94-104 + 527; McDowell, Source book of plastic surgery, 442 - 242; Gnudi-Webster 321 -322; Maltz, Evolution of plastic surgery, 23- 33; Bankoff, Story of plastic surgery, 48-49; Wallace, Progress of plastic surgery, 46-47; Goldschmid, 133. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of the Private Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at Saint Helena, complete in 4 volumes -- General George 'Young Napoleon' McClellan's copy

      London: Colburn. 1824. Later edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Complete set in 4 volumes. 1824, later edition. Mid-19th century half- leather gilt, with recent spine labels. The third and fourth volumes have George B. McClellan's bookplate (head impaled on dagger, with 'Sapit Qui Reputat' (He is wise who thinks twice)). McClellan was often referred to as the Napoleon of American generals in the press and was dubbed 'Young Napoleon' because of his favoring the grand battle style of military strategy. Very Good, with only light wear to the extremities. Volume 1 with 2 color plates, 2 engraved portraits and fold-out plan. Volume 2 with color frontis and fold-out map. Volume 3 with engraved plate and fold-out map. Volume 4 with color frontis. 4 volume set, the last two with bookplate of Civil War General George McClellan. Digital images available upon request.

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      . Lithographie v. Kunike, 1824, 25,5 x 35. Schefold, 1255.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Gesamtans., i. Vgr. Heuernte.

      . Lithographie v. Kunike n. Alt, 1824, 25,5 x 35.

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      . Lithographie v. Kunike, 1824, 25 x 35.

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        Niederösterreich - Gegend bei Dürrnstein.

      0, Wien, - OLithographie. Wien, 1824. 25,5 x 35 cm. Im Passepartout. NW 336, 102 aus Kunike "Zweyhundertvierundsechzig Donauansichten nach dem Laufe des Donaustromes.". Deutsch

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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      Leuthold, Zurigo. 1824 - Veduta di Torbole disegnata dal vero da Johann Jacob Wetzel e incisa dal di lui allievo Conrad Caspar Rordorf, come si legge nella parte inferiore, fuori cornice. Wetzel (1781-1834) fu disegnatore, paesaggista e scrittore; la presente tavola si trova ad illustrare "Voyage pittoresque au lac de Garda ou Benaco" edito a Zurigo nel 1824. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Il Garda nelle stampe" a cura di Ugo Spini, scheda n. 47. La stampa si vende in cornice. Formato: Acquatinta di dimensioni 19x27 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 15% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 1200.00 euro.

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        The History of England. During the Reign of George III [the Third]. Designed as a Continuation of Hume and Smollett

      London: J. Robins and Co., 1824., 1824. 4 volumes; 8vo. Superb contemporary dark brown half calf with burgundy title label, gilt raised bands and volume number, and blind tooling to spines; blind tooled rule; marbled boards and end papers. Portrait frontispiece to volume 1. Bookplate. Some light foxing. A sound and very decorative set.

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        Journal of a Voayage to Brazil, and residence there, during part of the years 1821, 1822, 1823.

      London, printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Green, an J. Murray, 1824. VI S., 1 Bl., 335 S. Mit 10 Holzschnittvignetten und 11 Aquatinta-Tafeln von Edward Finden nach Zeichnungen der Autorin und Augustus Earle. 4°, HLederband mit Stil der Zeit mit 5 Zierbünden und 2 RSchildern und Lederecken.. Lowndes III, 816. Slg. Bosch 350. Borba de Moraes 2 374. Sabin 28235. Abbey 708. - Erste Ausgabe, selten. - Maria Graham (1785-1842), in zweiter Ehe verheiratete Calcott, galt als furchtlose, unkonventionelle Frau, die als Reiseschriftstellerin, Kinderbuchautorin und Botanikerin erfolgreich war. Nach einem Abriss der brasilianischen Geschichte beschreibt sie ihre Ausflüge in Pernambuco, Bahia und Rio de Janeiro. Sie war Erzieherin im kaiserlichen Haushalt und weiss eine Fülle von Beobachtungen aus dem gerade unabhänig gewordenen Brasilien zu berichten. - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, sehr gut erhalten.

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        The Arcana of Arts and Sciences, or, Farmers' and Mechanics' Manual

      J. Grayson, Washington, PA 1824 - 1824, First printing. 348 pp. Hardcover, 12mo., full calf, gilt label at spine. Former owner's ink note, dated at 1825 at fly leaf; signatures at pastedowns; small note on front pastedown says that this book was bought from the author. Light mottle to leather; flaking at spine ends; tiny insect hole at rear outer hinge; secure joints and hinges; light wear to spine label. Foxing throughout, but readable text. Sound binding. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA]
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        Fifty Wonderful Portraits

      London: J. Robins and Co, 1824. First edition. 4to. [Title page lacking], 8pp. letterpress, and 50 engraved plates by Cooper and Page. Original printed boards, spine rebacked; plates and text quite clean . A wonderful compilation indeed, with fine portraits of the prodigious, the phenomenal, and grotesque. Among the attractions are 'Dirty Dick', who didn't bathe for 40 years; Daniel Dancer, 'The Remarkable Miser'; the Chevalier d'Eon, who, for forty years, passed as a woman; Signora Girardelli, the extraordinary fire-eater who could pour molten lead into her mouth and spit it out indented with her tooth-mark; the redoubtable Daniel Lambert, whose girth was nine feet four inches; the eccentric pedestrian bookseller and scholar, Henry Lemoine; 'Peter the Wild Boy'; Joanna Southcott, the extraordinary fanatic who declared herself the one spoken of in Revelations, 'the bride, the lamb's wife, and woman clothed with the sun'; Renwick Williams, the monstrous artificial flower-maker and serial killer of women; and many, many others. Price on upper cover is 25 Shillings

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        The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., Comprehending an Account of His Studies, and Numerous Works, in Chrononlogical Order; a Series of His Epistolary Correspondence, and Conversations with Many Eminent Persons, and Various Original Pieces of His Composition

      London: J.F. Dove, Printed for R. Baynes; J. Bain; W. Crawford, Etc., 1824. Full Calf. Very Good Plus. 8vo - over 7?. Book. 4 volumes. Engraved portrait frontispiece in Volume 1; folding facsimile plate in Volume 2. (8vo) 8?x5?, period diced full calf, modern calf rebacking, morocco spine labels. Some light wear to board edges; very good, handsomely rebacked.

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      1824 - [IRVING, WASHINGTON.] Writing as Geoffrey Crayon. TALES OF A TRAVELLER. London: John Murray, 1824. First edition. Complete in two volumes. 8vo., full brown late nineteenth century calf, gilt, decorated spines. Marbled end- papers. A lovely clean set with wide margins. (BAL 10115)

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        Chirurgische Erfahrungen besonders über die Wiederherstellung zerstörter Theile des menschlichen Körpers nach neuen Methoden. Abt. III & IV (von 4): Wiederersatz der Nase; .. Mundes, Spaltungen des Gaumens.

      . Berlin, Enslin, Verlag von Th. Chr. Fr. Enslin, 1824, 8°, X, (2), 306, (2) pp., 8 Abbildungen auf 4 lith. Tafeln, Pappband der Zeit; feines Exemplar.. Erste Ausgabe! - Dritte Abtheilung: I. Ueber den Wiederersatz der Nase. II. Von der Verwachsung oder der Verschließung des Mundes. - - Vierte Abtheilung: Ueber die Heilung der angeborenen oder durch Krankheiten veranlaßten Spaltungen des Gaumens durch Gaumennaht. - - Das Hauptwerk des Schöpfers der Plastischen Chirurgie war über einen Zeitraum von 6 Jahren erschienen, somit sind vollständige Exemplare extrem selten. Zwischen dem Erscheinen des ersten und letzten Bandes avancierte Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach (1798-1849) vom einfachen praktischen Arzt zum Professor an der Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität und "dirigierenden Arzt" der Abteilung für chirurgische Kranke an der Charite. - - First Edition. Dieffenbach showed his early interest in the transplantation of tissue in the subject of his docotral thesis "Nonullade regeneratione et transplantatione", and only seven years later published the first of his surgical observations on a variety of operations for the restoration of defective parts of the body. One of the greatest geniuses in the history of plastic surgery, Dieffenbach pioneered many methods and principles which "have not been improved upon and are still constantly employed" (Gnudi & Webster). - - Garrison & Morton 5743; Waller 2441 (incomplete); Wellcome II, 466 (incomplete); Hirsch-H., II, 263; Zeis No.346; Zeis/Patterson Index I, 94-104 + 527; McDowell, Source book of plastic surgery, 442 - 242; Gnudi-Webster 321 -322; Maltz, Evolution of plastic surgery, 23- 33; Bankoff, Story of plastic surgery, 48-49; Wallace, Progress of plastic surgery, 46-47; Goldschmid, 133.

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        Gazetteer of the State of New York: Embracing an Ample Survey and Description of Its Counties, Towns, Cities, Villages, Canals, Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, Creeks, and Natural Topography arranged in One Series, Alphabetically. With a New Map and Profiles of the Canals

      Albany: B.D. Packard. 1824. First. First edition. Full calf with black morocco spine label, spine titled and decorated in gilt. 620pp. Folding map. Some wear to top of the joints, slight nicking at the spine ends, a nice, very good copy. .

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        A Brief Statement of Facts in connection with an Overland Expedition from Lake George to Port Philip, in 1824

      Yass. J.J. Brown, Courier Office, Rossi-Street. 1824. Ferguson, 10665; Wantrup, 113a;. Third Edition: with Addenda; 8vo; pp. 112; Colophon; Sydney: S. E. Lees, Printer & Stationer, 83 York Street; portrait frontispiece of Hume, original limp green cloth with printed label. Hume's Overland Journey, 1824., some old pencil and ink annotations and underlining, good original example of the most complete edition; Ferguson notes that " The printer, S. E. Lees, informed George Robertson (Angus & Robertson) who was seeking a copy for D. S. Mitchell, that only 25 copies were printed for Mrs Barbour, a relative of Hume. .... Hence the book is very rare.

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        Portraits of the winning horses of the Great St. Leger Stakes, at Doncaster, from the year 1815 to the present year inclusive. London, S. and J. Fuller (printed by L. Harrison), [1828]. Imperial folio (60×42 cm). With engraved vignette on the letterpress title-page, 14 hand-coloured aquatint plates by T. Sutherland and R. G. Reeve after Herring, each with information on a separate letterpress leaf. Contemporary plain boards with publisher's printed label wrapper-title on front board (rebacked with burgundy half morocco and matching corners).

      Cf. Podeschi 128 (1824 ed. with different title, with 10 plates plus extra plate for 1825); Siltzer 139-146 (various eds.). "Extremely rare" (Tooley) 1828 edition of Herring's finest work, the outcome of his fascination with horse racing in general and the St. Leger Stake in particular. "In the writer's estimation, the first series of the St. Leger winners contains the very best of Herring prints . . . they were engraved by Sutherland, a more competent aquatinter and colourist than his successors who handled these race-horses" (Siltzer). This is the second edition of this series of wonderful racehorse portraits. Very slight offsetting to text. Boards darkened and worn at the edges, internally in fine condition and untrimmed. A rare work with beautiful horse plates and detailed information.

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        Wandalmanach Oesterreich unter der Enns Jahr 1824. Lithographirt und herausgegeben von Ernest Karl Frühwirt in Wien, an der Josephstädter Glacis N°. 20 im 3ten Stock.

      Gedruckt bei Phil. v. Philisdorf auf der Lasndstrasse N°. 49 (Wien).. Blattgrösse 55x43 cm, Grösse mit Passepartout: 66x54 cm. Dekoratives und sauberes Blatt..

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      Wellsburgh, Va.: Printed...for the Author, 1824.. [10],[v]-316pp. Contemporary calf, spine gilt with leather label. Binding and spine lightly worn. Modern bookplate on front and rear pastedown. Presentation inscription from the author on front flyleaf. Light to moderate foxing. Very good. In a morocco solander box. "Classic on the life of the first settlers beyond the Alleghenies. Doddridge's parents moved to Washington County, Pennsylvania, then a wilderness, in 1773, when he was four years old, so he knew by family tradition and actual experience the frontier life he describes so well" - Streeter. "...A striking picture of the life, times and manners of the early frontiersmen" - Church. All authorities agree on the remarkable nature of this book, not only for facts, but for its insight into frontier life. With references to numerous Indian captivities, detailed by Ayer. This copy with a presentation inscription which reads, "Presented to Revd. Samuel Johnston by the author Jos. Doddridge." A handsome presentation copy. HOWES D390, "aa." STREETER SALE 1334. CHURCH 1327. SABIN 20490. FIELD 437. VAUGHAN 94. THOMSON 331. AYER 74.

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        The Universal Herbal; or, Botanical, Medical, and Agricultural Dictionary, containing an account of all the known plants in the world, arranged according to the Linnean system. Second.

      edition, revised and improved. London, Caxton Press, 1824 (-28). 2 volumes. 4to (260 x 206mm). pp. (4), 790; 885, 56, with 3 stipple-engraved handcoloured frontispieces and 106 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary full calf, gilt decorated spines with black and red gilt-lettered label, sides with gilt borderline (joint of frontcover of first volume splitting). Second edition. The particularly attractive stipple-engraved allegorical frontispieces are by W.M Craig and engraved by R. Hicks. The plates are finely coloured and show flowers, fruit, vegetables and green houses. There are several plants to a plate. An unusual fresh copy of this work.//Great Flower Books 58; Nissen BBI, 754.

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        Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. Vol. IX, X and XI Scandinavia.

      London 1824. Large 8vo. xvii + (16) + 571pp., (14) + 580 pp., and (16) + 492 pp. Illus. w. wood-cuts in the text. 10 Folding maps, 6 pl. Complete. Contemp. full calf gilt w. raised bands. Profes- sionally rebacked with the old spine pasted on. Edges rubbed. Corners bumped. Otherwise a clean and tight set.. Schiötz 223 d

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      London: Printed for John and Henry L. Hunt, 1824. FIRST EDITION, First Issue (without the errata leaf found in later issue copies) n. Hardcover. 213 x 159 mm (8 3/8 x 6 1/4"). xi, [i], 415, [1] pp. Edited by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. FIRST EDITION, First Issue (without the errata leaf found in later issue copies). LOVELY CRIMSON CRUSHED MOROCCO, ELABORATELY GILT AND INLAID, BY ZAEHNSDORF (signed on front turn-in, and with the firm's exhibition stamp on rear pastedown), covers gilt with single fillet border around a floral bower, a climbing vine at each side proliferating and entwined at head to enclose an inlaid ivory morocco rose in each corner, bottom of covers with four large leaves on stems emanating from a stippled field and with an elegant inlaid ivory morocco lily rising up toward the middle of the central panel; raised bands, spine gilt in compartments featuring a foliate stem rising from foot to head and an inlaid ivory rose in center compartment, wide gilt turn-ins with foliate tools and decorative roll, red silk pastedowns and endleaves, all edges gilt (the joints invisibly renewed). In a (slightly faded and rubbed) protective buckram chemise and red cloth slipcase with morocco lip. Front pastedown with the morocco bookplate of Paul Edward Chevalier and that of Clara and Irwin Strasburger. Granniss 78; Wise, p. 70; Ashley Library V, 88. Isolated faint printer's fingerprints, a tiny bit of fraying to silk endleaves, but an extremely attractive copy of a beautifully bound book, the binding lustrous, with virtually undetectable expert restoration, and the text fresh and bright. With an elegant Art Nouveau design and with illustrious provenance, this is a significant poetical publication in an extremely appealing binding. These poems by Shelley were gathered from his manuscripts after his death and published by his wife Mary. Among the most notable longer poems is "Julian and Maddalo," set in Venice, in which the two characters--one an optimist, the other a pessimist--are said to represent Shelley and Byron. Also here are one of Shelley's most colorful and imaginative works, "The Witch of Atlas" (which depicts a beneficent but sometimes impish sorceress), and "The Triumph of Life," left incomplete by the poet's death but nevertheless considered one of his most profound poems. Inspired by Petrarch's "Trionfi," the latter poem depicts a parade of worthies as diverse as Plato and Napoleon, interpreted by the poet's guide, Rousseau, who also details the story of his own life. The present item has an illustrious provenance: it comes from the collection of 20th century English bindings put together by Paul Chevalier, whose library of beautiful volumes was uniformly characterized by outstanding workmanship and superb condition. The sale of his books at Christie's in 1990 represented one of the best collections of British bindings brought to auction in the past half century (this was lot #120, which sold for a hammer price of $2,200).

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        Observations on Some Points of Seamanship ; With Practical Hints on Naval Economy, &c. &c. [FIRST EDITION PUBLISHED 1824]

      Printed By J J Hadley, U.K, 1824. First Edition. Half Leather. Good/No Jacket. xii, 290 pages, size 8.25 inches tall by 5.25 inches. Book - in Good original half leather marbled paper covered boards with a gilt decorated spine and gilt lettering - some bumping and wearing to the edges and corners and some surface rubbing to the marble paper. Contents, occasional ight browning/marking previous owner's name to front pastedown and free front endpaper otherwise clean and tightly bound. Extensive Contents - over 5 pages covering all aspects of seamanship, including Discipline, Boats, Guns & Sails as well as some quite unexpected 'Grog, to Foreign Troops', 'Bullocks, getting off' & 'Bumpkin, Angle of' to give just a selection. PLEASE EMAIL for the complete Contents and List of Subscribers . The List of Subscribers to rear, includes many notable names amongst one 'Captain Fran. W. Austen' who was to have a long and distinguished career becoming Admiral of the Fleet on 27 April 1863, yet still best know as the brother of novelist Jane Austen. So, for full details of Content and Subscribers please email. An Attractive Copy of this Interesting Rare Book of interest to Maritime as well as literary Historians. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Military; Ships & The Sea; Ships & the Sea. Inventory No: 003604..

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        ALS - Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift.

      - Berlin 27.XII. 1824, 28.III. und 29.IV.1825. 4 Seiten gr.°, in kleiner Schrift eng beschrieben. Eilhard Mitscherlich (1794-1863), Chemiker, Entdecker des Isomorphismus. - Bedeutender, zweimal nach Unterbrechungen wieder aufgenommener Brief an einen Kollegen in Edinburgh (Sir David Brewster ?), u.a. über seine Untersuchungen des Schwefels (dessen Modifikationen er entdeckte) und seine Versuche zur Kupferschmelze und der Geschützgießerei. Erwähnt werden neben Anderen Arago, Berzelius, A. v. Humboldt, Magnus, Rose und Th. Thomson. - Im Jahre 1824 besuchte er Humprey Davy, Faraday, Wollaston, and Dalton in England, wo er einige Fabriken besuchte. - Der Brief beginnt mit einer Reminiszenz an seinen Aufenthalt in Edinburgh im Jahre 1824. "Me voilà dans un grand embarrase en vous adressant, mon bon ami, ma premiere lettre après notre voyage ; je desire si vivement de me soutenir dans votre amitié, dans la bonne opinion, que vous avez eue de moi, que je ne sais pas en effet, comment je peux vous exprimer assez, combien je suis sensible pour tout ce que vous avez fait pour moi pendant notre voyage et notre séjour à Edinbourg ." Nach einer Schilderung seiner beschwerlichen Rückreise (Lüttich, Kassel und Göttingen werden als Reisestationen erwähnt) kommt er auf seine Vorschungsvorhaben zu sprechen: - "Je viens de terminer les analyses des sulfures, dont je vous ai parlé; et je serai bientôt en état de publier le mémoire que vous vouliez bien prendre sous votre protection amicale. Je commencerai après l'analyse des fontes, ce travail, auquel j'ai été forcé par le Ministre de la Guerre m'était au commencement très désagréable, mais j'en suis maintenant très content; on m'a donné des echantillons des canons que l'on a essayé par des tirages; on a fait des canons avec de la fonte, provenant des charbons de bois et de cooks; des essais preliminaires m'ont donné dans toutes les fontes, provenant des cooks und quantité moindre de carbone et une quantité considérable de silicium; qui n'existe pas du tout ou seulement en petite quantité dans la fonte provenant des charbons de bois; j'ai en même tems analysé le fine-métal qui, d'après mes essais preliminaires contient encore un peu plus de carbon, que la fonte employée, mais ne contient plus de silicium ." - Nach einer dreimonatigen, durch sein rheumatisches Leiden verursachten Unterbrechnung nimmt er den Brief wieder auf mit der Nachricht, dass Berzelius seinen Besuch für den Sommer angekündigt habe; wie es um die Pläne einer gemeinsamen Schlesien-Reise stehe, könne er noch nicht sagen. - ". Nous venons de recevoir des nouvelles de Mr. Berzelius, je ne sais pas, presqu'à quel point notre voyage projecté en Silesie s'executera, mai il parait très certain, que Mr. Berzelius viendra nous voir au commencement d'Aout. Mr. Hisinger et le comte de Wachtmeister, le même, qui a fait des recherches des grénats . l'accompagneront . je desirerai bien vivement de vous voir ici pendant la présence de Mr. Berzelius; il pourrait contribuer à vous dedommager un peu des fatigues d'un grand voyage . - Ma santé est entièrement retablie, même mon mal de nerfs a considerablement diminué; mon humeur triste cependant ne me quitte pas; il a été surtout très-nourri pendant les dernieres mois, dans les quels des travaux très desagréables m'ont empêcher de toute recherche scientifique, que j'ai pu maintenant recommencer. J'ai bâti un assez grand fourneau à flammes, dans lequel je peux fondre deux quintaux de cuivre à la fois; j'ai fait le pont avec des trous, de manière que je peux regler l'oxidation et la desoxidation à volonté, je l'ai mis dans mon laboratoire, où il n'occupe que fort peu de place . - Mr. Magnus a fini son travail sur les pyrophores; il a trouvé que tous les corps, qui ont une affinité assez grande pour l'oxigène . s'enflamment exposés à l'air, p.e. la poudre de fer . on obtient les corps dans un tel état en reduirant les oxides des metaux, qui ne se fondent qu'à une haute .

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        Commonplace book

      [New York. ca. 1824-36.]. "Slim 4to, approx. 160 pages (approx. 120 are blank); two small vigette watercolors; American watermarked paper by ""S. & A. Butler, U.S.""; original green morocco, elaborately decorated in gilt and blind, a.e.g.; binder's ticket of W. S. Barber, 136 Fulton St., Brooklyn; edges a little worn; very good and sound. An attractive American fine binding.& & An American commonplace book belonging to one Miss Mary Suckley, with various prose and poetical entries by her and others. Mary Suckley (daughter of George Suckley and Catherine Rutsen) was born February 09, 1802, and died August 22, 1872. "

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        Essai analitique, médical et topographique, sur les eaux minérales, gazeuses-acidules et thermo-sulfureuses, de La Perrière, près Moutiers, en Savoie.

      Huzard - Barret - Bourgoin - Picot, Paris - Lyon - Chambéry - Turin, 1824 - 4 ff. 302pages, 7 ff., relié demi-veau, titre au dos doré. Traces d?humidité sur les premières et les dernières pages.

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        Memoires Militaires, Historiques et Politiques de Rochambeau, Ancien Marechal de France, et Grand-Officier de la Legion-d'Honneur (2 Volumes)

      Chez Pillet Aine, Paris 1824 - Rochambeau was sent with the French troops to assist the American forces during the Revolutionary War. Bookplates state "from the estate of William P. Sheffield." Sheffield, an attorney from Block Island, R.I., served in the State and Federal Houses of Representatives and filled a term in the U.S. Senate in 1884-85. 437, 395 pp. 8vo. Navy marbled boards backed with navy leather spines. Four raised bands to spines, gold embossed titles and decorative insets. Spines are a bit worn at ends - Volume II a bit more than Volume I. All corners are rubbed revealing board underneath, edges have some rubbing. Marble-patterned endpapers with each volume sporting an armorial bookplate on front pastedown. There are a few penciled notations on first fly. Both volumes are tight, with occasional foxing and some light soil. A rare set of historically important books. Text in French. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Trarbach mit der Ruine Gräfenburg an der Mosel.

      1824 - Lithographie von A. Borum nach D. Quaglio bei J. Lacroix, um 1824, koloriert. Ca. 42 x 49 cm. Papier etwas gebräunt, vor allem im Randbereich. Oberer Rand etwas knittrig. Winzige Beschädigung in der untersten Titelzeile. Nicht bei Winkler, Frühzeit der deutschen Lithographie. Sehr dekorative und detailreiche Ansicht von Trarbach nach einer Vorlage Quaglio aus dem Jahre 1823. Beherrscht wird der Ort durch die evangelische Pfarrkirche (ehem. St. Nikolaus), deren gotische Maßwerkfenster und das Portal bis in die Einzelheiten genau dargestellt sind. Daneben die ehemalige Lateinschule mit dem Ausblick auf die Grevenburg. Die Häuser, teilweise aus Fachwerk, säumen die Straße, auf der Fußgänger und eine kleine Ziegenherde dargestellt sind. Links ein dreigeschossiges Fachwerkhaus mit einem herausragenden, schmiedeeisernen Davidstern. In der Bildmitte ein großes Haus mit Fachwerk, mehreren Erkern und einer Marienmalerei an der Fassade. Rechts im Vordergrund ist ein kleiner Bach (Kautenbach?) dargestellt, über den zwei Stege führen. Im Hintergrund erhebt sich ein Felsen, auf dem sich die Ruine der Gräfenburg befindet. Unterhalb der Darstellung links der Vermerk "Gemalt v. Dominicus Quaglio.", in der Mitte "Gedr. v. Jos. Lacroix." und rechts "Auf Stein gez. v. Andreas Borum." Frühe Lithographie dieser Szene nach Quaglio, noch ohne die später hinzugefügte Reiterfigur im Vordergrund. Vermutlich handelt es sich bei dem vorliegenden Blatt um die erste Lithographie nach der Zeichnung von Quaglio. Winkler, Frühzeit der deutschen Lithographie, kennt nur die Ausgabe bei Velten in Carlsruhe (640,68). Joseph Lacroix, lithographischer Zeichner und Drucker, arbeitete 1822-24 in München (Winkler 456). Dieser Druck bei Lacroix ist Winkler unbekannt geblieben und in der Literatur bisher nicht beschrieben. Papier etwas gebräunt, vor allem im Randbereich. Oberer Rand etwas knittrig. Winzige Beschädigung in der untersten Titelzeile.

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        Monographia Chlamydum.

      Vienna, J.G. Heubner, 1824. Folio (420 x 300mm). pp. (4), 49, with 2 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary red half calf, spine with gilt lettering and monogram J.T. with lion. A beautifully produced monograph. Vincenz Kollar (1797-1860) was an Austrian entomologist and curator at the Natural History Museum in Vienna. Some faint dampstaining at the right upper corner.//Provernance: James Thomson, with his initials on spine and coat of arms.//Nissen ZBI, 2287.

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        The Substance of a Journal During a Residence at the Red River Colony, British North America; and Frequent Excursions Among the North-West American Indians, in the Years 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823

      London: Printed for L. B. Seeley and Son 1824, 1st Edition. (Hardcover) xi,210pp. + errata leaf. Very good. Octavo. 3 plates (including frontispiece). Original paper-covered boards with paper spine and label Page VII misnumbered VI. Uncut. TPL 1307; Peel (3rd Edition) #156. Account of a three year sojourn in the Red River Settlement by a missionary and teacher who travelled among the Indians and oversaw the building of the first church in Western Canada..

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        Deutsche Alterthümer oder Archiv für alte und mittlere Geschichte, Geographie und Alterthümer. 3 Bände mit je 6 Heften (alles Erschienene). Halle, Ruff 1824-1830. Mit 1 mehrfach gefalteten lithographischen Karte und 35 teils gefalteten Tafeln in Kupferstich und Lithographie. Zusammen 537 S.; 566 S.; 451 S. (die Hefte sind einzeln paginiert). Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und goldgeprägter Rückenverzierung (Bd. 1 ohne den vorderen fliegenden Vorsatz, Bd. 2 mit fachmännisch repariertem Gelenk, Rücken von Bd. 3 etwas rissig).

      Halle: Ruff, 1824-1830. Archiv ... des Thüringisch-Sächsischen Vereins, 1-3. - Prause 175. - Frühes archäologisches Werk mit Beiträgen zur thüringischen, sächsischen und anhaltinischen Geschichte und Kultur, über archäologische Funde und architektonische Details, den Suevenhöck bei Schkopau, Glockeninschriften, die Gräber von Farrenstedt bei Querfurt, von Keuschberg/Dürrenberg und vom Hohen Petersberg bei Halle, die Fundstücke von Salzwedel, Werkzeug, Keramik und Schmuck, die Kirche zu Klostermansfeld u.v.m. - Die Karte in Band 2 zeigt die Feldzüge des Drusus in Germanien. - Friedrich Kruse (1790-1866) erforschte die deutsche, schlesische, skandinavische, baltische und russische Geschichte und regte viele archäologische Ausgrabungen an. - Ehrenmitglieder des "Thüringisch-Sächsischen Vereins für Erforschung des vaterländischen Alterthums" waren u.a. Goethe, Friedrich von der Hagen, Alexander und Wilhelm Humboldt und Friedrich Schinkel. - Sehr schönes, uniform gebundenes Exemplar. - So komplett sehr selten!.

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        The Prince of Israel. The most remarkable events on the life of Our Lord Jesus Christ

      [London]: "printed by J. Catnach, September". 1824. "Broadside, approx. 20"" x 15¼"" (65 x 53 cm.), incorporating 26 woodcuts depicting the life of Christ (from swaddling clothes to the Resurrection), under decorative wood type, plus 6 hymns; a few chips from the margins (not affecting any illustration or letterpress), minor soiling, mostly confined to the margins; a good example. No mention of this in Hindley, History of the Catnach Press (1887). SMU only in OCLC."

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