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        Land Board Eastern District Cornwall manuscript document

      Cornwall: Upper Canada Government, 1825. 1st Edition. No binding. Near Fine. 12.5" x 8", near fine condition.Land Board Eastern District Cornwall manuscript document[Front of document]Ld. B. E.D.For reportOriginal authorities forwarded to York6th Aug. 1825No. 1 not approved of. [verso]Land Board Eastern District Cornwall6th Aug. 1825Return of location of lands now vacant and grantable submitted for the approval of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor [ie, Sir Peregrine Maitland] at York.No.1: Names of Applicants, Eliza McDonell of Cornwall, wife of Donald McDonell, Esq., Lt. Col. Of the Glengarry Militia, & daughter of the late ensign Ranald McDonell, of Cornwall, UE Loyalist. Lot 24, 200 acres, 1st Concession, Osgoode Township. A difficulty appears on the location. By the plan in the office, Daniel Truesdell is located on the Broken Front of Lot 24 taking in so much of the said lot in the 1st Concession as makes up 200 acres---thereby leaving a residue to the said lot 24 in the 1st Concession of about 136 acres only.No. 2: Delia Anderson, of Cornwall, spinster daughter of Joseph Anderson, Esq., of the same place, UE Loyalist. No. 26, 200 acres, 7th Concession, do. [ie, Osgoode Township.] Clear of difficulty.No. 3: John Mattice of Osnabruck, son of Adam Mattice of Cornwall, a UE Loyalist. No. 11, 200 acres, 2nd Concession, Russell Township. Clear of difficulty.SGO, 25th Aug. 1825. For the Surv. Genl., [signed] S. [=Samuel] Ridout, Jos. Anderson, G. Wood.His Excellency the Lt. Governor is pleased to confirm the locations Nos. 2 & 3.Gov't House, 26th Aug. 1825.By Command, [signed] Hillier [=George Hillier.]  The process for Land Grants in Upper Canada was greatly impacted by the influx of the United Empire Loyalists form the 1780's and on. A British-style settlement, complete with a balanced constitution, common law and free and non-military earned land tenure. Land granting was considered the first business of government and this document is thus an important and informative original source one signed by prominent Upper Canadians in 1825, George Hiller and Samuel Ridout regarding land grants in the Cornwall district.Samuel Ridout (b. 1778; d. 1855). Son of Thomas Ridout. Sheriff of the Home District from 1815-1827 and Registrar of Deeds. He sat on the board of the British America Fire & Life Assurance Company and in 1824, 1827, 1829, 1834 and 1838 was Director of the Bank of Upper CanadaHILLIER, Major GEORGE,Sir Peregrine Maitland, was appointed Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, in 1818 and George Hillier (a military friend of Maitland whom he served with in Europe) took up duties as his civil secretary.Hillier was also Maitland's chief counsellor. His position was the more important because Maitland, in spite of his personal and physical remoteness, exercised his full authority over every detail of his administration. Hillier's position entailed no formal power but offered great possibilities for wielding influence. Depending upon a number of circumstances - ability, force of personality, intimacy with the lieutenant governor, and mastery of detail.

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        A Bill to Enable His Majesty to Grant a Company, to be Incorporated By Charter, to be Called "The Canada Company," Certain Lands in the Province of Upper Canada. [Canada Company] Great Britain. Laws, Etc. 18 April, 1825 - part of the Canada_Company_Collection

      London: British Government, 1825. 1st Edition. No binding. Near Fine. EARLIEST READING 18 APRIL, 1825 OF THE BILL TO CREATE THE 1825 CANADA COMPANY A bill to Enable His Majesty to grant to a Company, to be incorporated by Charter, to be called "The Canada Company," certain lands in the Province of Upper Canada, and to invest the said company with certain powers and privilege relating thereto. [London, 1825]6pp., folio, stitched as issued, caption-title, near fine condition. (At Head: 18 April, 1825) This is the earliest reading of the Bill to create The Canada Company, predating the passage of the final statute on June 27, 1825 by nine weeks. Cf. TPL 1353 for the final version of the Act. Proposals to create a Company to use Clergy reserves to increase settlement in Ontario. The Canada Company was Incorporated in July 1825 and continued in existence through to the 1950s. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. Parliamentary papers of this period are rare.

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        Land Board Eastern District Cornwall manuscript document

      Cornwall: Upper Canada Government, 1825. 1st Edition. No binding. Near Fine. 12.5" x 8", near fine condition.Land Board Eastern District Cornwall manuscript document[Front of document]Ld. B. E.D.For reportOriginal authorities forwarded to York6th Aug. 1825No. 1 not approved of. [verso]Land Board Eastern District Cornwall6th Aug. 1825Return of location of lands now vacant and grantable submitted for the approval of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor [ie, Sir Peregrine Maitland] at York.No.1: Names of Applicants, Eliza McDonell of Cornwall, wife of Donald McDonell, Esq., Lt. Col. Of the Glengarry Militia, & daughter of the late ensign Ranald McDonell, of Cornwall, UE Loyalist. Lot 24, 200 acres, 1st Concession, Osgoode Township. A difficulty appears on the location. By the plan in the office, Daniel Truesdell is located on the Broken Front of Lot 24 taking in so much of the said lot in the 1st Concession as makes up 200 acres---thereby leaving a residue to the said lot 24 in the 1st Concession of about 136 acres only.No. 2: Delia Anderson, of Cornwall, spinster daughter of Joseph Anderson, Esq., of the same place, UE Loyalist. No. 26, 200 acres, 7th Concession, do. [ie, Osgoode Township.] Clear of difficulty.No. 3: John Mattice of Osnabruck, son of Adam Mattice of Cornwall, a UE Loyalist. No. 11, 200 acres, 2nd Concession, Russell Township. Clear of difficulty.SGO, 25th Aug. 1825. For the Surv. Genl., [signed] S. [=Samuel] Ridout, Jos. Anderson, G. Wood.His Excellency the Lt. Governor is pleased to confirm the locations Nos. 2 & 3.Gov't House, 26th Aug. 1825.By Command, [signed] Hillier [=George Hillier.]  The process for Land Grants in Upper Canada was greatly impacted by the influx of the United Empire Loyalists form the 1780's and on. A British-style settlement, complete with a balanced constitution, common law and free and non-military earned land tenure. Land granting was considered the first business of government and this document is thus an important and informative original source one signed by prominent Upper Canadians in 1825, George Hiller and Samuel Ridout regarding land grants in the Cornwall district.Samuel Ridout (b. 1778; d. 1855). Son of Thomas Ridout. Sheriff of the Home District from 1815-1827 and Registrar of Deeds. He sat on the board of the British America Fire & Life Assurance Company and in 1824, 1827, 1829, 1834 and 1838 was Director of the Bank of Upper CanadaHILLIER, Major GEORGE,Sir Peregrine Maitland, was appointed Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, in 1818 and George Hillier (a military friend of Maitland whom he served with in Europe) took up duties as his civil secretary.Hillier was also Maitland's chief counsellor. His position was the more important because Maitland, in spite of his personal and physical remoteness, exercised his full authority over every detail of his administration. Hillier's position entailed no formal power but offered great possibilities for wielding influence. Depending upon a number of circumstances - ability, force of personality, intimacy with the lieutenant governor, and mastery of detail.

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        Samling af Sange for Konges Livjaeger-Corps.

      . Kbhvn.: Andreas Seidelin 1825. Med litografisk portraet. (8) + 72 s. Samtidigt lidt slidt papirbd. * Heri bidrag af bl. a. K.L. Rahbek, N. T. Bruun, P. F. Friis..

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        Situation de l'Armée Française au Ier. Juillet 1825

      n.a. (1825), S.l. (Paris) - 241 p. numeradas a mano en la parte superior, 11 h. de tabla. Marroquín verde de época, greca dorada con motivos vegetales en ambos planos, lomo liso, con hierros dorados. Matriz impresa para cada una de las divisiones y cuerpos militares que conformaban la Armada Francesa, y a mano, con clara y legible caligrafía de época, los datos correspondientes a las tropas: nombres, destinos, dotaciones.Tratándose de 1825 probablemente muchos de los registrados tomaron parte del ejército que capitaneado por el duque de Angulema, los Cien Mil Hijos de San Luis, intervino en España con el fin de restablecer el absolutismo de Fernando VII frentes a los liberales en 1823

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        JOURNAL DES DAMES ET DES MODES, auquel ont été réunis l'Observateur des Modes et l'Indiscret. Vingt-neuvième année, Paris, (Imp. de Carpentier-Méricourt), 1825.

      1825 - In-8º mayor.- Nº 1-72 (5 de enero – 31 de diciembre de 1825).- 576 p.- Ilustrado con 82 (pro 85) láminas grabadas, coloreadas a mano.- Encuadernación moderna en medio chagrin con punteras, subrayadas por filetes dorados; lomo de cinco nervios, filetes dorados, títulos dorados sobre tejuelo.- Sello de “Timbre Royal” en cada uno de los números.- Huellas marginales de herrumbre dispersas pero buen ejemplar. Creado después de la Revolución, el “Journal des dames et des modes” fue, durante cuatro décadas, el árbitro inapelable del buen gusto francés y el órgano de referencia de una nueva clase que, rivalizando con el antiguo régimen, pretendió subrayar en la vestimenta las diferencias sociales abolidas por el movimiento revolucionario. Alcanzó su esplendor durante el Consulado y el Imperio y es hoy, amén de una fuente de delicias visuales en sus cautivantes grabados, una verdadera enciclopedia del vestido y la decoración durante ese período de la historia de Francia. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire de Sardaigne ou la Sardaigne ancienne et moderne considérée dans ses lois, sa topographie, ses productions et ses moeurs.

      Blaise - Pélicier,, Paris, 1825 - Due volumi di cm. 20, pp. (4) lv (1) 503 (1); (4) 686 (2). Con 2 carte geografiche dell'isola ripiegate e 3 tavole di cui due di costumi ed una di monete. Il tutto in litografia su tavole fuori testo. Bella legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con titoli su doppio tassello e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti marmorizzati con fregi dorati centrali. Sguardie e tagli marmorizzati. Qualche fioritura perlopiù marginale. Bell'esemplare, fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione, stampato su carta di buona qualità. Edizione originale ed unica di una delle più curate ed apprezzate storie della Sardegna scritte nell'800. L'autore fu console francese in Sardegna. Non comune. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire De Sardaigne ou La Sardaigne ancienne et moderne

      J.J. Blaise - Pélicier 1825 Histoire De Sardaigne ou La Sardaigne ancienne et moderne, considérée dans ses lois, sa topographie, ses productions et ses moeurs. Avec Cartes et Figures. Par M. Mimaut, ancien consul de France en Sardaigne. Paris, J.J. Blaise - Pélicier, 1825. Due volumi in - 8°, legatura originale in cartone verde, filetti e titolo in oro nel dorso. 2 carte geografiche ripiegate e tre tavole fuori testo in litografia che rappresentano costumi sardi. (4), lv, 503, pp.; (4), 686, (2) pp. Bell'esemplare, fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione, stampato su carta di buona qualità. Edizione originale ed unica di una delle più curate ed apprezzate storie della Sardegna scritte nell'800.

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        Map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey

      U.S.A. 1825 - A new American atals containing maps of the several states of the North American Union, projected and drawn on a uniform scale from documents found in the public offices of the United States and state governments, and other original and authentic information. An example from the first edition of the most ambitious atlases ever produced on the American territory, acclaimed by the entire contemporary press and by the distinguished historian and President of Harvard College Jared Sparks: "we believe M. Tanner's work to hold a rank far above any other which has been published". Called by Ristow "the most distinguished atlas published in the United States during the engraving period", and by Rumsey "one of the finest American atlases"., Size : 530x710 (mm), 20.875x27.875 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ruhender Jäger mit Hunden; der Jäger in der Tracht des 16. Jahrhunderts.

      . Radierung, auf Bütten. 17,9:13,2 cm. Literatur: Nagler Monogrammisten II, 2067; vgl. Thieme/Becker XI, S. 375. - Die einzige bekannte Radierung Fellners! Provenienz: Aus dem Nachlaß der Familie Fellner, Frankfurt am Main.. Nach dem Jurastudium hat sich der 1825 unter die Advokaten seiner Heimatstadt Aufgenommene autodidaktisch zum Maler ausgebildet. Im Oktober 1825 ging er nach München, wo ihn vornehmlich P. von Cornelius (1783-1867) beeinflusste. 1831 ließ er sich in Stuttgart nieder, wo er bis an sein Lebensende blieb. Seine hervorragendste Bedeutung hat Fellner als Zeichner, der aus Geschichte, Sage und Dichtung mit unerschöpflicher Phantasie immer neue Begebenheiten darstellte und sich dabei bewusst an den Charakter altdeutscher Kunst anschloß. Ein Teil seines zeichnerischen Nachlasses befindet sich heute im Städelschen Kunstintstitut, Frankfurt a.M.

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        OPERE.

      Dalla Società Tipografica de' Classici Italiani 1825 Opera completa in sei volumi. Cm.22,3x14,2. Pg.2876 complessive. Coperte mute con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi. Opera adorna da 15 tavole geologiche e scientifiche in grande formato. Ritratto dell'Autore inciso in ovale da C.Rampoldi all'antiporta del primo volume. Esemplari intonsi. Il testo è preceduto da una "Vita di Lazzaro Spallanzani tradotta dal latino di Angelo Fabroni". Piano dell'Opera: Tomo I - III: "Viaggi alle Due Sicilie e in alcune parti dell'Appennino" (pg.XXXII, 392; 468; 572); Tomo IV - V: "Dissertazioni varie" ("Prodromo di un'opera da imprimersi sopra le riproduzioni animali", "Dell'azione del cuore ne' vasi sanguigni", "De' fenomeni della circolazione"; "Memorie sulla respirazione", "Saggio di osservazioni microscopiche concernenti il sistema della generazione de' signori Needham e Buffon"; pg.452; 364); Tomo VI: "Opuscoli di fisica animale e vegetabile" )"Osservazioni e sperienze intorno agli animalucci delle infusioni in occasione che si esaminano alcuni articoli della nuova opera del Sig. Needham", "Osservaziomi e sperienze intorno ai vermicelli spermatici dell'uomo e degli animali, nelle quali si prende singolarmente ad esaminare il famoso sistema delle molecole organiche", "Osservazioni e sperienze intorno agli animali e ai vegetabili chiusi nell'aria", "Osservazioni e sperienze intorno ad alcuni prodigiosi animali che è in balia dell'osservatore il farli tornare da morte a vita", "Osservazioni e sperienze intorno all'origine delle piantine delle muffe"; pg.596). "Spallanzani nacque il 12 gennaio 1729 a Scandiano, vicino a Reggio Emilia, da Gian Nicola, giureconsulto, e da Lucia Ziliani, primo di nove fratelli. Anche se agiata, la famiglia numerosa condizionò la sua precoce scelta per lo stato clericale. Fatti i primi studi a Scandiano, a 15 anni entrò nel Collegio dei gesuiti di Reggio per seguire i corsi di retorica e filosofia e di qui passò a Bologna per studiare diritto e seguire così la carriera paterna. Spallanzani decise però di abbandonare il diritto per la filosofia naturale, spinto a ciò dalla cugina Laura Bassi, docente di Fisica generale all?Università. A Bologna Spallanzani studiò anche greco, francese, matematica e astronomia, e apprese l'uso del microscopio. Accettò quindi nel 1757 l'insegnamento di greco nel Seminario e di fisica e matematica all'Università di Reggio. Nel 1762, a trentatré anni, prese gli ordini sacerdotali e nel 1763 si trasferì a Modena per insegnare filosofia all'Università e matematica e greco presso il Collegio di San Carlo. Grazie alla fama acquisita con le ricerche condotte tra il 1761 e il 1768, Spallanzani fu chiamato a Pavia dal plenipotenziario della Lombardia austriaca Carlo di Firmian per ricoprire l?insegnamento di Storia Naturale in una delle fasi più intense della riforma dell?Università. Spallanzani si trasferì a Pavia entro il novembre del 1769 e assunse la cattedra e la direzione del Museo dell?Università, di cui fu anche rettore nell?anno 1777 - 1778. Pur lamentandosi del clima insalubre della città, vi rimase per trent?anni, anche se passò sempre le vacanze estive a Scandiano. Spallanzani continuò a lavorare come al solito fino a qualche giorno prima della morte. Lo scienziato morì nella notte tra l'11 e il 12 febbraio 1799" (dal sito dell'Università di Pavia).

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        Beiträge zur bildenden Gartenkunst für angehende Gartenkünstler und Gartenliebhaber. Mit 8 Steinabdrücken & dem Bildnisse des Verfassers.

      München / Jos. Lindauer'sche Buchhandlung. 1825. 8°. XXVIII, 280 S.+ 3 ausklappbare Tafeln. HLdr. d. Zeit; 2. verbesserte Aufl.. Einband gebrauchsspurig; Rücken an den Kanten minimal berieben; Besitzvermerk auf Vorsatzblatt; Seiten teilweise leicht stockfleckig; zwei Seiten wurden restauriert; sonst wohlerhaltenes Exemplar!

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        Kirkens Gienmaele mod Professor Theologiae Dr. H. N. Clausen.

      . Original udgave. Kbhvn. 1825. X + 47 s. Blankt omslag med handskreven titel. * Den meget sjaeldne originaludgave. Skriftet, der egentlig skulle have vaeret en anmeldelse af professor H.N. Clausens vaerk Catholicismens og Protestantismens Kirkeforfatning, Laere og Ritus, blev istedet til et "Feidebrev", hvori Grundtvig staerkt injurierende angriber Clausen for hans kirkesyn. Grundtvig taber den efterfölgende retsag anlagt af Clausen, og bliver idömt livsvarig censur, der dog bliver ophaevet 1837. Pamfletten, der vakte stor opstandelse i Köbenhavn, blev optrykt flere gange i de efterfölgende uger. Johansen 413B..

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        The Koran, commonly called The Alcoran of Mohammed (2 Bände),

      London, Whittaker, New Edition 1825.. Translated into English immediately from the Original Arabic; with explanatory notes, taken from the most approved commentators, to which is prefixed, A Preliminary Discourse. Mit 5 gestochenen Falttafeln, XVI, 248 Seiten, 256 Seiten; IV, 524 Seiten, Kalbslederbände der Zeit, 22 x 14 cm,. Einbände etwas berieben, die Tafeln etwas stockfleckig, sonst innen sauber.

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        Reise nach China durch die Mongoley in den Jahren 1820 und 1821. Aus dem Russischen übersetzt von M.J.A.E. Schmidt. 1. u. 2. Tl. (von 3).

      Leipzig, Geerhard Fleischer, 1825.. XXII, 360 SS. m. 1 Kst. u. 1 mehrf. gefalt. Karte u. 1 Grundriss; VIII, 368 SS. m. 2 Kst. 1 mehrf. gefalt. Grundriss, 8°, Bibl.- HLdr.- Bde. d. Zt. ( st. ber., besch. u. best., Teil 2 m. kl. Abriss am ob. Kapitel.).. Henze V, 327. - 1 Teil: Reise nach Peking: die Karte zeigt die Reiseroute von Kiachta nach Peking durch die Mongolei (55 x 43,5 cm); 2. Teil: Aufenthalt in Peking: der Grundriss zeigt Peking (38 x 32 cm). - Der Verfasser, " Haupt der russischen Mission in Peking und ältester russischer Reisender in China, geb. 1790, begab sich 1820-21 mit Pater Hyacinth und Bitschurin von Kiachta durch die Mongolei nach Peking, wo er längere Zeit verweilte " ( Embacher 285 ). - Titel gestempelt, Innendeckel vorne mit Bibliotheksaufkleber und Ausleihvorschriften von 1842!. - Nur minimal fleckig und gebräunt, insgesamt sehr gut erhalten.

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        Neue Chronick der Stadt Cronach.

      Kronach, 1825.. XII, 308 SS. mit 2 mehrf. gefalt. Lithographien, gr. 8°, Pp. d. Zt. ( beschabt und bestoßen ).. Pfeifer, 24606. - Erste und einzige Ausgabe. - Mit einer schönen Gesamtansicht von Kronach und der Festung Rosenburg vonder Westseite ( Format 14,5 x 20,7 ). Die 2. Tafel zeigt das Stadtwappen.

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        Heirmologion ton Katavasion Petrou Tyo [sic] Peloponnesiou, Meta ton Kanonon tou Holou Eniautou kai Syntomou Heirmologiou

      Konstantinople. 1825. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover in old half-calf, 1825, octavo, 296 + 230pp., not illustrated. Book VG with mild general wear to spine ends and corners, rubbing to boards, binding tight, red ink note at bottom of full-title page, otherwise text clean and unmarked with two instances of small insect damage to front and rear endpapers. In protective mylar wrap. Text in Greek. The author was one of the great cantors and composers of Byzantine church music. Large parts of the monodic chant sung in several current traditions of Orthodox Chant are transcriptions of his compositions, which he had written down as a teacher of the "Second New Music School of the Patriarchate". No copies of this on OCLC; three recorded copies of the 1839 edition; no earlier copies.

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        Autograph letter signed to Michael Faraday

      Manchester 1825 - To Michael Faraday, Regarding Faraday's Discovery of BenzeneHenry, William (1774-1836). Autograph letter signed to Michael Faraday (1791-1867). Manchester, Dec. 6, 1825. 1 page plus portion of address leaf containing Henry's autograph direction to Faraday, the whole mounted on a larger leaf with a handwritten caption at the foot. Light soiling to address portion, otherwise fine.From the noted British chemist William Henry, enunciator of "Henry's Law" of the solubility of gases and author of Elements of Experimental Chemistry (1801 & 10 subsequent eds.), the most popular and successful English-language chemistry textbook of its day; to Michael Faraday, one of the most influential scientists in history, whose investigations of electricity and magnetism established the basis for the electromagnetic field concept in physics and formed the foundation of electric motor technology. Faraday was also one of the most famous chemists of his time, with most of his major discoveries in chemistry being accomplished in the 1820s. The letter, concerning Faraday's discovery of benzene in 1825, reads as follows:"My dear Sir, Although the vol. of Phil. Trans. containing your paper on the compounds of Carbon and Hydrogen is not yet published, and will probably be anticipated by my new edition, yet I presume there can be nothing inconsistent with the laws or usages of the Royal Society, if I give an abstract of it in my forthcoming edition. This I shall as before introduce into an Appendix, unless I hear to the contrary from you. But if any objection strikes you, I must beg the favour of you to write by an early post, otherwise I will not put you to the trouble of a letter on the subject. Believe me, Dear Sir, Yours most faithfully, Willm. Henry."Henry is referring here to Faraday's "On new compounds of carbon and hydrogen, and on certain other products obtained during the decomposition of oil by heat" (Philosophical Transactions [1825]: 440-66), in which Faraday announced his successful isolation of benzene (C6H6), which he named "bi-carburet of hydrogen." It would appear that Henry did indeed get Faraday's permission to abstract the 1825 paper, as an account of Faraday's researches in this area appears in the eleventh edition of Henry's Elements of Experimental Chemistry (1829). Williams, Michael Faraday, p. 108. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Die Kultur des Spargels. Eine auf vieljährige Erfahrung gegründete Anweisung, Spargelfelder auf die zweckmäßigste, und am wenigsten kostspielige Weise anzulegen und zu behandeln, für Garten-Freunde. Leipzig, Industrie-Comptoir 1825. Kl. 8°. VIII, 88 S. Mod. Umschl.

      . . Dochnahl 134.- Erste Ausgabe, selten.- 2 Bll. mit kl. Randeinrissen, sonst gutes Ex.

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        A Practical Treatise on Rail-Roads and Carriages.

      London: Josiah Taylor, 1825.. XI, (1), 184, 20 S., Mit Abbildungen auf Tafeln nach Stahlstich sowie Abbildungen nach Tabelle im Text. Pr. Hln., 8°. Vollständiger Titel: A Practical Treatise on Rail-Roads and Carriages Shewing the Principles of Estimating their Strength, Proportions, Expense, and Annual Produce, and the Conditions Which Render Them Effective, Economical, and Durable, with the Theory, Effect, and Expense of Steam Carriages, Stationary Engines and Gas Machines . Einband berieben, Kanten und Ecken bestossen, Papier etwas gebräunt, Schriftzug auf letzter Seite..

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        Historical and Genealogical Memoirs of the House of Hamilton; with Genealogical Memoirs of the several Branches of the Family [With:] Supplement.

      Edinburgh: John Anderson 1825 - First edition, 4to, [2], xii, [13]-495pp., with dedication leaf and list of subscribers, engraved frontispiece spotted and slightly offset, 1 lithographed plate, cont. half calf, marbled boards, rebacked, red morocco title label to spine, a nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Anteckningar under en Resa i Det Sydlige Europa.

      . Utur Hans Bref och efterlemnade Dagbok utgifne af Chr. Stenhammar. Linköping: Axel Petre 1825. (8) + 280 + (1) s. Samtidigt halvlaeder rigt dekoreret med guld pa ryggen. Gammelt navn pa inderside af foromslaget..

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        Memoires inedits de Madame la Comtesse de Genlis, pour servir a l'histoire des dix-huitieme et dix-neuvieme siecles.

      . 8 vols. Paris & London: Colburn 1825-26. With engr. portrait (stained). Contp. olivegreen full polished calf, outer borders gilt. Spines weakly faded..

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        Auserlesener Briefwechsel.

      Leipzig, Fleischer, 1825-1827.. Erste Ausgabe. 8vo. XXX, 516; VI, 494, (1) S. Zeitgenössische braune Halblederbände mit Rückenvergoldung und rotem Rückenschild, der Rücken des 2. Bandes mit einem Kratzer. Schönes Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe auf starkem Velin..

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        Changing Scenes, Containing a Description of Men and Manners of the Present Day, with Humorous details of the Knickerbockers. In Two Volumes

      New York: Printed for the Author. 1825. First. First edition. Two volumes. Small octavos: 287, [1]; 191, [1]pp. Nineteenth century three quarter morocco, marbled paper boards and endpapers, gilt spine titles and tooling, top edges gilt. A trifle rubbed, corners a little rubbed through, else very near fine. Old pencil note on title page seeming to indicate that the author was Mrs. Richard K. Haight. Small contemporary owner's signature: "Catharine Jackson" at the bottom margin of the title pages. Early novel of New York City life. Wright I, 502. Scarce. OCLC locates nine copies. .

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        Ten years after writing ?The Star-Spangled Banner? waving o?er the land of the free, lawyer Francis Scott Key assures a Maryland Post Master that a young slave, duly purchased by a friend, is in no danger of being legally taken away but, since there is the ?danger ? that they would steal the child away or get possession of her by force,? Key suggests to seek ?an injunction ... to prevent the party or his agent from any attempt to take her from his possession??

      "Autograph Letter Signed ?F.S. Key,? 1.25 pages, 7.5? x 12.5?, front & verso. George Town, January 24, 1825. Integral leaf addressed by Key to ?Mr Jas. P. Stabler / P.M. / Sandy Spring / Montg[omer]y Co[un]ty Maryland.? Faint Georgetown D.C. Jan 25 postmark. Minor flaws. Expertly strengthened at folds. Very good condition.In full, ?I remember the old man mentioned in your letter & his story ?" He is in no danger from any legal measures that may be resorted to to take the child away from him: & he did not inform me that there was any cause to apprehend that they would resort to force or stealth ?" though I can easily believe that those who would wish to take her away would not be scrupulous about the means.?The paper & the proof he has, are quite sufficient there was no necessity for a more formal paper, nor that it should be recorded ?" The only difficulty was as to his wife?s being the purchaser ?" But this I think of no consequence, as she would be considered as his agent, & as making the purchase for him: & as he has been in possession of the child so long, they could not recover her from him by a suit ?" the Statute of limitations would of it self be a bar to their claim.?But his only danger is the one you suggest ?" that they would steal the child away or get possession of her by force.?To prevent this, I would recommend that a Bill be filed, setting out the facts, & praying to have his title confirmed, & an injunction granted to prevent the party or his agent from any attempt to take her from his possession. Judge Kilgour would, I am sure, grant such an injunction immediately.?If our Court was not sitting I would draw the Bill for him: but I could not do it conveniently for some time, & I am sure that Mr Forrest or one of the Gentlemen at the Court house would do it for him ?" If however he cannot get it done otherwise I will do it.?"

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        Urania's Mirror, or, A View of the Heavens

      London: Samuel Leigh 1825, 1st Edition. () Very good. 32 hand coloured cards (14 X 20 cm.) depicting the constellations. Each card has perforations of different sizes over the different stars. Glued to the back of each card is a diffusing tissue. The images are in clean bright condition. A few of the diffusing tissues are torn. The cards are housed in a reconstructed box with the original front panel and sides laid down on the edges. The whole is housed in a modern morocco backed, fold over box. Included with the set of cards is a separately published companion volume entitled "A Familiar Treatise on Astronomy, explaining the General Phenomena of the Celestial Bodies; with numberous Graphic Illustrations. By Jehoshaphat Aspin. Written expressly to accompany Urania's Mirror, or A View of the Heavens: ... Second Edition, with considerable augmentations and improvements. London 1825. The book is in the original paper cover boards which have been renewed and have an added new spine. The book is also housed in the fold over box. This wonderful idea for a "Star Atlas" educational tool works by holding the cards up to a light source and the constellations then seem to have been lite up and can be compared to the night sky. The effect is striking indeed. Complete examples in nice condition are scarce even more so with part of the original box included. The title of Aspin's accompanying book suggests the original concept was designed by a Lady who is not identified. Aspin's volume which seems to be as scarce at the set of cards has several folding plates. Also included is an original bill of sale for the book from Henry Sotheran's in 1948..

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        The Cabinet Maker's Guide; or, Rules and Instructions in the Art of Varnishing, Dying, Staining, Japanning, Polishing, Lackering, and Beautifying Wood, Ivory, Tortoiseshell & Metal, with Observations on Their Management and Application

      London / Dublin: Printed for Knight and Lacey, Paternoster-Row, and Westley and Tyrrell, 1825. A new edition with considerable additions; including an appendix, containing several valuable tables. Printed paper covered boards. Spine repaired with binder's tape, boards rubbed with a few chips at the edges, a few scuff marks, one affecting the word 'wood' on the front board and one affecting a few letters of the advertisements on the rear board, front endpapers soiled, fly leaf torn and split from gutter, small chips to top edge of a1 and a2 probably from opening roughly, some staining to last page of index and blank, occasional finger soiling, but overall remarkably clean, crisp, and tight, and even scarcer thus as most copies and manuals of this nature usually disintegrated from use. 16mo. Printed by T. C. Hansard. The first known edition of this book was published in 1809, though it was then only 36 pages and the author identified as Peter Weber. A later edition, only slightly expanded, was published in 1818, and the author was identified as Thomas Howard. This new edition was greatly enlarged and published in 1825 (there was also a longer edition published in 1825 by a different publisher). The author is identified in later editions as G. A. Siddons. The edition offered here is the basis for the first American edition by Ansel Phelps published the same year as well as the source of all later editions into the 20th century. Robert Mussey, in his introduction to a reprint of the 1827 American edition, points out that this work contains the first mention of French polishing and of glass-paper (sandpaper). Hundreds of thousands of copies were printed in the fourteen known and over seventy pirated editions. "Students of furniture and finishing history should find this an invaluable source for the interpretation of our antique furniture heritage." Advertisements on back cover. Scarce. OCLC and RLIN show only 5 copies of this edition.

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        Gesamtansicht, rechts der Main, im Vordergrund pflügender Bauer.

      . Lithographie von F. Mayer, um 1825, 24,5 x 35,5 cm.. Lentner 8143. - Sehr seltene Ansicht in einem schönen, breitrandigen Exemplar.

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        COLECCION DE LOS VIAGES Y DESCUBRIMIENTOS QUE HICIERON POR MAR LOS ESPAÑOLES DESDE FINES DEL SIGLO XV, con varios documentos inéditos concernientes a la Historia de la Marina Castellana y de los establecimientos españoles en Indias.

      Imp. Real /Imp. Nacional, Madrid 1825 - 5 vols. 4º. 2h, CLIp, 1h, 455p, 2 mapas grabs. despl. = 2h, 455p = 1h, XVp, 642p, 1 mapa grab. despl. = XCp, 2 láms. grab, 416p = 1h, 501p. Alg. hoja levemente tostada. Enc. hol. mod. (23x16), nervios y tejuelos en lomo. - PRIMERA EDICION. Palau 89462. 1825-37

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        A Tour Through Paris, Illustrated with Seventeen Colored Plates, Accompanied with Descriptive Letter-Press

      William Sams, London - Complete with all 17 hand coloured lithographs depicting life in Paris. Not dated (ca 1825). All edges gilt. Later half green morocco leather binding with original purple cloth boards. All edges gilt. New endpapers. Light foxing to the text. The color plates do not have foxing. Overall in NEAR FINE condition. Photos available upon request. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TA., Große Ring, i. Hgr. die Teinkirche, "Ansicht des grossen Platzes und des alten Rathhauses".

      . kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Bayot n. Mathieu, um 1825, 41,2 x 30,3 (H).

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        Essai politique sur le royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne. Complete four volume set, 2ed.

      Antoine-Augustin Renouard 1825-1827, Paris - Scarce second edition in its original half morocco. Large (>28x16 in.) folding map "Carte du Mexique et les Pays Limitrophes Situes a Nord et a l'Est (1827) & Tableaux physique de la nouvelle Espagne (1827). Volume IV includes Supplement, Extract on Cortez & Cumulative Index. Prophylactic cellophane tape repair to map verso with unexpectedly little bleed through (see image). Sabin 33713. ; 8vo (5.25x8.5 in); xviii, 47;500;479;380 pages

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        "WERUMEUS BUNING, GRONINGSE STUDENTEN -- ""Album amicorum A.H. Werumeus Buning 1825"". Tekst in gouden letters op een leren oblong boekje met losse blaadjes, 1825-1830.".

      "27 bijdragen van meest Groningse studenten: C.L. van Beyma Thoe Kingma (op Kingma state) , A.J.S. Werumeus Buning, F. de Vries (2x), H. G. Cannegieter, M.D. van Harinxma Thoe Slooten; J.F. Snethlage, H.A. Vinkens, Corn. de Cock, F.S. Reiding, A.S. Reiding, W. Hiddingh (l. Africain), G. W. Sannes, H.L.C.E. Bakker, J.E. Feisser, A. vd Laan Jr., W(?) Dijkema Jr., M.J. Keiser, D.L.J. Kymmell, J. Schelten, M.W.J.(?) Braunius, F. W.B. Schuurman Schimmel en H.J.H. Voltelen. Voorts een luitenant ter zee B. Durleis, een sergeant De Ponthieu en een oude leermeester uit Kollum, Ds. F. J. (?) Riedel. Een vijftal bijdragen is voorzien van -enkele goede- tekeningen. M8018/AA009".

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        Essai politique sur le royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne. Complete four volume set, 2ed

      Paris: Antoine-Augustin Renouard. Very Good. 1825-1827. Second Edition. qtr morocco. Scarce second edition in its original half morocco. Large (>28x16 in.) folding map "Carte du Mexique et les Pays Limitrophes Situes a Nord et a l'Est (1827) & Tableaux physique de la nouvelle Espagne (1827). Volume IV includes Supplement, Extract on Cortez & Cumulative Index. Prophylactic cellophane tape repair to map verso with unexpectedly little bleed through (see image). Sabin 33713. ; 8vo (5.25x8.5 in); xviii, 47;500;479;380 pages .

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        Changing Scenes, Containing a Description of Men and Manners of the Present Day, with Humorous details of the Knickerbockers In Two Volumes

      New York: Printed for the Author. 1825. First. First edition. Two volumes. Small octavos: 287, [1]; 191, [1]pp. Nineteenth century three quarter morocco, marbled paper boards and endpapers, gilt spine titles and tooling, top edges gilt. A trifle rubbed, corners a little rubbed through, else very near fine. Old pencil note on title page seeming to indicate that the author was Mrs. Richard K. Haight. Small contemporary owner's signature: "Catharine Jackson" at the bottom margin of the title pages. Early novel of New York City life. Wright I, 502. Scarce. OCLC locates nine copies. .

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        CONCERT ROOM AND ORCHESTRA ANECDOTES, OF MUSIC AND MUSICIANS, ANCIENT AND MODERN

      London: Clementi & Co., and Knight & Lacey, 1825. First edition. Fine. The contents remarkably fresh. Small stamp of the Madras Literary Society in the gutter of the preface. First edition. Three volumes. 12mo. xv, 204p; ix, 288p; x, 301p, [i, plate list]. Each volume with an engraved pictorial vignette on the title page. Also 16 engraved plates of composers' portraits and folding plates with facsimiles of various composers' manuscripts. Bound by Root in half calf with marbled sides and endpapers, text block edges stained yellow, the spine with red and black title labels gilt, the panels decorated with gilt music lyres. Quite scarce. Lowndes I:331.

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        Amer. Sep. Nouvelle Californie No. 46

      Bruxelles 1825 - This is a highly detailed map of the region from Vandermaelen's "Atlas Universel", the first atlas to systematically map the world in uniforn scale., Size : 470x565 (mm), 18.5x22.25 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring Excellent; lower margin slightly darkened

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        Mariazell

      . Maria Zell gegen Westen. Anonymes Aquarell um 1825, 14 x 21 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Mit Bleistift beschriftete; sehr qualitätvolle Arbeit, event. Vorlage für eine Radierung.

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Johannes Müller]
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        Sämtliche Werke. Einzige vollständige Ausgabe. Hrsg. und mit einer biograph. Einleitung von. Jos. Eiselein. 12 Bde. Mit 1 beidseit. bedr. dpblgr. lithogr. Faks.-Taf., 1 gef. lithogr. Faks. und 2 lithogr. gefalt. Abbildungen.

      Donaueschingen, Vlg. dt. Classiker, 1825 -, 1829.. Band je ca. 350-500 Seiten. (seitlich und unten unbeschnitten) Zeitgennös. Pappbände mit montierten Vor- und Rückseiten der Interimsbroschur.. Goed. IV1, 302, 16; Ruppert S. 6. - Die seltene und gesuchte Donaueschinger Gesamtausgabe, Textbde. angestaubt, stärker angerändert. Kapitale risig, bei Bd.- 1 und 12 stärker. Bd. 8 am Rücken rissig. Titelblatt und Nachtitel nur zu 30% bzw. 60% vorhanden, Seite 5/6 und 9/10 gerissen, Seite 7/8 und 11/12 fehlen. (Detailfoto gerne auf Anfrage)

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        Gesamtansicht über die Jagst, rechts die Brücke, im Mittelpunkt das Schloß.

      . Lithographie, "Nach d. Nat. gez. u. lith.v. F. Mayer", um 1825, 26,5 x 40,5 cm.. Schefold 249. - Die reizend staffagierte, extrem seltene Ansicht in einem vorzüglichen Exemplar.

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        Bibliotheca gloucestrensis: a collection of scarce and curious tracts : relating to the county and city of Gloucester; illustrative of, and published during the civil war / with an historical introduction, notes, and an appendix

      Gloucester : Printed for the author, 1825, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionScattered, marginal foxing. Finely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Minor, generalised wear to the extremities. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 454 pages; Physical description; ccv, viii, [6], 456 p : front. (port.) illus., pl., map, plan ; 25 cm. Notes; Dedication and "Address of the editor" signed John Washburn, jun. Each tract has reprint of origianl t.p. Issued to subscribers in 3 parts, 1823-25. A true and exact relation of the marchings of the two regiments of the trained bands for the reliefe of the city of Glocester.--A true relation of the severall passages which have happened to our army since it advanced towards Glocester with the manner of the reliefe of the same.--A true relation of a wicked plot intended and still on foot against the city of Glocester to betray the same into the hands of the cavaliers.--Eden-Ezer. A full and exact relation of the severall remarkable and victorious proceedings of the ever-renowned Colonell Massey.--A great victory obtained by Collonel Massey at the storming of Sir John Winter's house.--Fovre ordinances of ... Parliment.-- An ordinance of ... Parliment for uniting certain churches, and for the maintenance of preaching-ministers in the city of Glocester.--Appendix. Contents; Historical introdcution (ccv p.) by rev. John Webb.--Historical relation of the military government of Gloucester. By John Corbet.--A true relation of the late attempt made upon the town of Ciceter ...--A particular relation of the action before Cyrencester...--A relation of the taking of Ciceter ...--The petition of the inhabitants of Cyrencester ... presented to His Majesty at Oxford; with His Majestie's answer thereunto.--The victoriovs and fortunate proceedings of Sir William Waller... with the true manner of his taking Highnam.--A true relation of the late fight between Sir William Waller's forces and those sent from Oxford.--A briefe and exact relation of the seige laid before the city of Glocester. Collected by Robert, Earle of Essex, for the relief of Gloucester.--A true coppy of a paper delivered to his Excellecncey upon the heath neer Newberry.--. Subjects; Gloucestershire (England) - History - 17th century - Sources. Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649.

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        The Library Companion; Or, the Young Man's Guide, and the Old Man's Comfort, in the Choice of a Library. by the Rev. T. F. Dibdin ...

      London, Harding, Triphook, And Lepard, [Etc. ], 1825, Hardback, Second EditionFinely bound in full contemporary aniline calf. Spine bands somewhat worn. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands; Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt, boards gilt-bordered. An uncommonly good example - scans &c. On request. ; 899 pages; Description: 3 p. L. , l, 899 p. 23 cm. "Synoptical table of subjects and authors": p. [xxix]-l. Subjects: Book collecting--Great Britain. Best books--Great Britain.

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        Illinois and Missouri by H. S. Tanner. Improved to 1825

      Philadelphia: H. S. Tanner, 1825. Copper-engraving with full period colour. One of the earliest state maps of Illinois and Missouri: this the revised second issue with significant changes to the mapping of the Mississippi headwaters and with an early depiction of the beginnings of the Santa Fe Trail. Henry Tanner's A New American Atlas was the most distinguished atlas published in America during the nineteenth century. The maps were carefully constructed from the best and most recent surveys. They were finely engraved on a large-scale, printed on high quality paper, and carefully hand colored. Because of the great expense involved in the production and publication, the atlas was published in five parts between 1819 and 1823. This is one of the earliest maps to show Illinois and Missouri as American states. The map was added to the fifth part of the atlas in 1823. For Illinois, organized counties appear only in the southern part of the state. The northernmost part of the state is still the preserve of the Sauk and Fox. Further south, between the Illinois and Mississippi rivers, are the Military Bounty Lands. A primitive Chicago and Fort Dearborn appear at the mouth of the Chicago River. For Missouri, a state since 1820, counties appear only along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. Missouri's northern and southern extremities are quite empty. This copy is an example of the improved second issue of the map. The most significant changes can be seen in Tanner's revised mapping of the headwaters of the Mississippi. Tributaries off the Tete de Mort River have been removed, the locations and directions of the Sahsinakway, Fievre and Apple Rivers flow north to south (as opposed to northeast to southwest), Oak Creek has been removed, and the lead mines just north of the Tete de Mort River are now named Dubuque Lead Mines. Another significant change to the map is the addition of Lexington, Missouri; platted in 1822 and made the county seat the following year, Lexington would become an outfitting point for many travelling westward on the Santa Fe and Oregon trails. Other changes to the map from the first edition include the additions of several counties in Illinois created since the first printing. Phillips, Atlases , 3669-12; cf. Ristow, American Maps and Mapmakers , pp. 191-198; Rumsey, 2755.017; cf. Sabin 94323.

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        Carte Geographique, Statistique et Historique de Cuba

      Carez, J, Paris 1825 - With surrounding French letterpress text within 17 x 24\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" (430 x 610mm) neatlines, with the title above the top neatline, with full original margins. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Jean Alexandre C. Buchon (1789 - 1846) was a French publisher. His most notable cartographic work was the \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Atlas Geographique des Deux Ameriques\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" of 1825. Buchon based his work on Carey & Lea\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s famous 1822-3, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"A complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographical American Atlas\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\", however Buchon\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s work incorporated the latest geographical information.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\", Size : 380x235 (mm), 15x9.25 (Inches), Hand Colored, 0

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        BIBLIOTHEQUE CHOISIE DES PERES DE L'EGLISE GRECQUE ET LATINE, OU COURS D'ELOQUENCE SACREE, 35 TOMES

      Chez Méquignon-Havard, Paris, Bruxelles 1825 - RO40241053: 35 tomes d'env. 400 pages chacun. Texte en français. Auteurs, titres, tomaisons, fleurons, roulettes et filets dorés sur les dos. Tranches mouchetées. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons de bibliothèque en pages de titre. Dos légèrement frottés. Ouvrage dédié au Roi. Du tome I (1re partie) contenant les Pères apostoliques et les Apologistes, au tome XXXV (2e partie), Suite des Pères dogmatiques. In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 870-Littératures des langues italiques. Littérature latine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRAITE DU CONTRAT DE MARIAGE, 4 TOMES

      Chez E.-P.-J. Catineau, Poitiers 1825 - RO40235615: 572 pages pour le tome I, 573 pages pour le tome II, 422 pages pour le tome III et 514 + 96 pages pour le tome IV. Pièces de titre rouges sur les dos. Titres, tomaisons, fleurons, roulettes et filets dorés sur les dos. Tranches mouchetées rouges. Dos frottés avec des épidermures. Mors droit du tome IV partiellement fendu. 1ers plats des tomes III et IV légèrement abîmés en surface. Par M. P.-H. Bellot des Minières, Avocat près la Cour Royale de Poitiers. In-12 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Coiffe en tête abîmée. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 346-Droit privé, civil [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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