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        Elements of Pathology and Therapeutics; being the outlines of a work, intended to ascertain the nature, causes, and most efficacious modes of prevention and cure, of the greater number of diseases incidental to the human frame; illustrated by numerous cases and dissections. Vol. I. General Pathology [all published].

      FIRST EDITION. Parry's classic account of exophthalmic goitre appears first in this book as a brief report; it was fully given in the Collections from the unpublished writings, 1825. This book also contains the first description of reactive hyperaemia. It was intended as a large work, comprising Parry's carefully kept records from many years? observations in practice, but no more of this edition was published, and even in the second, posthumous, edition, the second volume appeared only as a fragment. Parry was a respected physician with extensive and distinguished social connections, and his independent researches are of considerable importance. Few physicians of his time enjoyed or deserved a higher reputation.Parry was a friend of Edward Jenner, and the dedicatee of Jenner?s Inquiry (1798).8vo, pp. vii, (i), 463. Foxing on the endpapers, some very light foxing and small marks in the text but a very good and fresh copy. Contemporary speckled calf (upper edge rubbed, imperceptible repairs to spine), spine ruled in gilt, red morocco label. Faint signature dated 1830 at top of title.

      [Bookseller: Nigel Phillips]
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        Responsio ad questionem ... anno MDCCCXXV propositam: Quaeritur descriptio structurae anatomicae et expositio historiae naturalis lumbrici vulgaris, sive terrestris. Quae praemium reportavit die II. octobris MDCCCXXVI. (Gent 1826). 4°. 1 Bl., 280 S., 1 Bl. Errata. Mit 31 (num. 32; 1 gefalt.) gest. Tafeln, Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rvg.

      . . Nissen, ZBI 2891.- Erste Ausgabe, (aus: Annales Academiae Gandavensis, Jg. 1825/26).- Umfassende Monographie über den Regenwurm des belgischen Botanikers u. Direktor des "Jardin botanique de l'Universite de Liege", C. F. A. Morren (1807-1858). - Etwas gebräunt, Tafeln stockfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben.

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        A Narrative of the Loss of the Kent East Indiaman, By Fire, in The Bay of Biscay, on the 1st March, 1825. In a Letter to a Friend. By A Passenger

      Printed for Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh 1825 - [iiii-v], vi, [7]-113pp, [7]. Contermporary tan calf over marbled boards, contrasting morocco lettering-piece, by B.Hunt of Birmingham. Very slight rubbing, else a fine copy. John Drinkwater's copy, with his armorial bookplate and tipped in signature to FEP, and the signature of his wife Ellen to title page. Later bookplate of David Reginald Hay-Neave, colonial civil servant, also to FEP. John Drinkwater (1762-1844), English soldier and military historian best known for his eye-witness account: A history of the late siege of Gibraltar (London, 1785). The Kent, a British East Indian Company vessel bound for Bengal and China caught fire in the Bay of Biscay on her maiden voyage. On board were 641 passengers and crew, including 20 officers and 344 soldiers belonging to the 31st Regiment of Foot, 43 women and 66 children, 20 private passengers, and a crew (including officers) of 148 men. The quick-thinking of Captain Cook of the passing Cambria saved the lives of 547 souls. Size: 12mo

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        Il perfetto Cavaliere, opera corredata di stampe miniate rappresentanti le arie specie de' cavalli, incominciando dal selvaggio, co' loro differenti mantelli, ed accompagnata dalla storia naturale del Cavallo scritta da BUFFON;

      Coi tipi de' Fratelli Sonzogno 1825 - 1827 Antonio, Locatelli. Milano, coi tipi de' Fratelli Sonzogno, 1825 - 1827. Il perfetto Cavaliere, opera corredata di stampe miniate rappresentanti le varie specie de' cavalli, incominciando dal selvaggio, co' loro differenti mantelli, ed accompagnata dalla storia naturale del Cavallo scritta da BUFFON; dalla scuola di cavalleria di Guerinière, contenente la conoscenza, l' instruzione e la conservazione del medesimo, con nuove aggiunte tratte da più recenti autori; da alcune osservazioni sul tipo di bellezza fissatogli da più celebri artisti sì antichi che moderni, da tutti i migliori squarci con cui celebrollo la poesia, ed infine da notizie storiche de' più famosi Cavalli. Collezione di incisioni appartenenti all' opera del Perfetto Cavaliere: Miniate... 34. Chiaro scuro 43. Totale n° 77. Due volumi in - 4° grande, m. pelle con fregi e titoli in oro. Vol. I: 1 f. bianco, 567, pp. 1 f. bianco. Vol. II: 77 tavole miniate e a chiaro scuro. Opera in prima edizione, completa e molto ben conservata. Scheda provvisoria.

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        HISTOIRE de la DOMINATION des ARABES et des MAURES en Espagne et en Portugal

      Henri Bordesius, Paris 1825 - HISTOIRE de la DOMINATION des ARABES et des MAURES en Espagne et en Portugal depuis l'invasion de ces peuples jusqu'à leur expulsion définitive rédigée sur l'histoire traduite de l'Arabe en Espagnol, de M. Joseph CONDE par M. De Marlès Ouvrage en trois volumes reliés (20.5 cm x 13.5 cm) reliure plein veau brun, dos lisse, orné de motifs et fleurons dorés, pièce de titre et de tomaison maroquin cerise, toutes tranches marbrées, roulette encadrant les plats, roulette sur les coupes, chez Alexis Eymery, Paris, 1825 premier volume : 504 pages, et vi de l'indication par ordre alphabétique des principales matières contenues dans les trois volumes second volume : 470 pages troisième volume : 412 pages, Bon état d'usage (coiffes inférieure du premier volume et supérieure du troisième accidentées) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Compleat Angler of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton . . to which is added an Introductory Essay; The Linnæean Arrrangement of the Various River Fish delineated in the Work [And:] The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson -

      London: John Major, 1823; 1825 - A beautifully bound set of large paper copies of the Major edition, visibly taller than the ordinary copies (7-15/16 x 5-1/8 inches as opposed to 6-1/4 x 4 inches) First Major edition of each title, large paper state. 8vo. Extensively Embellished with Engravings on Copper and Wood, from Original paintings and drawings by First-Rate Artists. With 14 plates on India paper, mounted, and 77 engravings in text in first title; with 11 plates on India paper, mounted, and 52 engravings in text in second title. Full red crushed morocco, boards elaborately tooled in gilt, gilt spines, t.e.g., others uncut. Fine set (faintest traces of rubbing). Coigney 23; also Coigney p. 387 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "Marktplatz u. Klosterkirche Ottobeuren". Ansicht über die steinerne Brücke.

      . Lithographie, um 1825, 24 x 22 cm.. Schefold 48247. - Seltene Ansicht in goldgedruckter Umrandung. - Geringe Faltspuren.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Scholia in Homeri Iliadem,

      Scholia in Homeri Iliadem[HOMER]. BEKKER, Immanuel. Scholia in Homeri Iliadem, Ex Recensione Immanuelis Bekkeri Berolini [Berlin]: Typis et Impensis Ge. Reimeri, 1825.Two quarto volumes in one (9 7/8 x 8 3/8 inches; 251 x 211 mm). [2], iv, 535, 556-650; [2], 651-816, [2], 817-830, [2, blank] pp. Pages continuously numbered through both volumes. Separate title-page for each volume. Text in Greek, title-pages in Latin.Full modern brown morocco. Spine with dark brown morocco spine label, lettered in gilt. All edges dyed red. Title-page of first volumes is laid down. Title-page with early ownership stamp which reads \"Herbert B. Hoffleit University of Los Angeles at California.\" Overall a very good copy.Hoffleit (1905-1981) was a professor of the Classics at UCLA starting in 1927.\"The unique Scholia Venela on the Iliad were first made known by Villoison (Homeri Ilias ad veteris codicis Veneti fidem recensita Scholia in eam antiqnissima ex codem codice aliisque nunc primum edidit cum Asteriscis Obeliscis aliisque signis criticis, Joh. Baptista Caspar d\'Ansse de Villoison, Venice 17880; reprinted with many additions from other MSS by Bekker (Scholia in Homeri Iliadem, Berlin 1825-26). (Encyclopedia Britannica)HBS 67027.$1,000

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        Gesamtans., "Ansicht der Stadt Cleve, aufgenommen vor dem Mullerhause auf dem Muhlenberge".

      . Lithographie v. Burggraaff n. Winckelierer b. Öllig und Vieweg, um 1825, 23 x 39,6. Frühe und seltene Lithographie.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Gesamtans., "Ansicht der Stadt Cleve von dem Cleverberg aus".

      . Lithographie v. Burggraaff n. Winckelierer b. Öllig und Vieweg, um 1825, 23 x 39,8. Frühe und seltene Lithographie.

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        Gesamtans., "Ansicht der Stadt Cleve und des Cleverberges von Seite der Klapp-Hecke auf dem Unterwege nach Calcar".

      . Lithographie v. Burggraaff n. Winckelierer b. Öllig und Vieweg, um 1825, 23 x 39,6. Frühe und seltene Lithographie.

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        Gesamtans., "Ansicht der Stadt Cleve vom Papenberg aus in Berg und Thal".

      . Lithographie v. Burggraaff n. Winckelierer b. Öllig und Vieweg, um 1825, 23 x 39,6. Frühe und seltene Lithographie.

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      [Baltimore: Fielding Lucas, and Philadelphia: H.S. Tanner, 1825].. Thirty engraved mapsheets, comprised of one handcolored engraved map of the whole State on a double-page sheet surrounded by letterpress with the drop-head title to the atlas above and surrounding explanatory and statistical text on the three remaining sides, twenty-eight uncolored engraved maps on twenty-nine sheets (map of Charleston on two sheets, nineteen double-page, nine folding). Extra- illustrated with a period manuscript index. Expertly bound to style in half calf over contemporary marbled boards. A very good copy. A landmark work in American cartography, this is the very rare first edition of the first American state atlas, accompanied here by the companion statistical volume by Mills. The first work is one of the finest American state atlases ever produce: Mills benefited from the most up-to-date scientific surveying techniques available to draw highly accurate and descriptive maps of each district of South Carolina. The individual District maps are each a marvel of cartography, showing every region in great detail. The maps are drawn on a scale of 1:125,000 or two miles to the inch, with cities, towns, villages, swamps, woods, rivers, mountains, streams, lakes, and roads are all identified, and distances between towns and between towns and the coast are often given. The location of waterfalls (and their heights) are noted on rivers, and other important transportation information is given as well. Public houses, mills, colleges, blacksmith shops, cotton factories, courthouses, and other notable locations are also identified, as are the names of doctors and property owners. The atlas, therefore, was valuable not only for its cartographic qualities, but as an engine of economic development. "Mills's ATLAS OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA is a cartographic milestone because of its use of astronomical and scientific surveys for its district maps, its position as the first atlas of an individual state, and the impetus it gave to local and regional cartography in the early decades of the nineteenth century. It is also a tribute to the dedicated and self-sacrificing personal effort of Mills in carrying through to completion its compilation and publication. Monuments to Mills's architectural genius still survive in several American cities, but his South Carolina atlas is the sole record of his contribution to the history of cartography in the United States" (Ristow p.219). Ristow also points out that Mills' atlas was intimately associated with the trend in internal improvements that flourished in the United States in the first decades of the nineteenth century, and the maps in this atlas take great care to show the roads and rivers that were so important in facilitating transportation, communication, and commerce. In fact the creation of these maps was an outgrowth of this trend, as states commissioned engineers and surveyors to create detailed and current maps. South Carolina was late in the game, not commissioning a state map until 1815, when an authorization of $5,000 per year was made to pay for surveys to be conducted under the supervision of George Blackburn, a mathematics professor. Ultimately, twenty surveyors were charged with creating maps of the twenty-eight judicial districts of the state. Between 1817 and 1821 manuscript maps were created for each district, based on astronomical, geodetic, and topographic surveys and field work, and using the latest scientific techniques. In 182,2 John Wilson used the district maps to produce his map of the entire state of South Carolina, which was engraved by H.S. Tanner in Philadelphia. In 1825 each map was updated (or "improved") by Robert Mills in preparation for the publication of this atlas. The names of the surveyors are noted on each district map, except for the maps of the Darlington and Marlborough districts. Robert Mills was born in Charleston in 1781 and studied under James Hoban, the Irish-born architect who designed the White House. In Washington, Mills made the acquaintance of Thomas Jefferson and studied in Jefferson's extensive architecture library before going to work as an assistant to Benjamin Latrobe in 1803. By 1809 he was established as an architect in Philadelphia, doing work in Baltimore and Richmond as well, and among his designs is the Washington monument in Baltimore. Late in his career Mills also designed the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. as well as the Treasury Building. In 1820, back in residence in South Carolina, he was appointed to that state's department of Public Works. Aware of the surveying and cartographic work that had been undertaken in the state, he became determined to make the individual manuscript district maps more widely available by having them printed as an atlas. Mills undertook redrawing the district maps to make them uniform with each other. As part of this undertaking he traveled throughout the state, adding his personal observations and improvements to the maps. Mills engaged Henry Tanner of Philadelphia to print the maps for the atlas. Though dated 1825, the atlas was not actually published until 1826, priced $15 a copy, when, simultaneously, Mills also published the octavo STATISTICS OF SOUTH CAROLINA with a single folding map of the whole state which is printed from the same plate as the first map in the atlas (with a necessary change to the imprint). AMERICAN IMPRINTS 21461. PHILLIPS ATLASES 2570. RISTOW, pp.207-19. RUMSEY 2792. SABIN 49113. SCHWARTZ & EHRENBERG, p.251. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 21461. Gene Waddell, "Robert Mills, Cartographer," introduction to MILLS' ATLAS OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1825 (Greenvillec 1980), pp.i-xii, 1-7.

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        Prüfung des homöopathischen Systems des Herrn Dr. Hahnemann

      Darmstadt, C. W. Leske 1825.. XII, 142 S., 1 Bl. Errata. Blauer Pappband d. Zt. Weber, Wedekind, 114; Hirsch/H. V, 875; Tischner 452 f.: "Hat sich mit der neuen Lehre vom Standpunkt des Materialismus auseinandergesetzt, und es ist klar, daß dabei Hahnemann schlecht abschneidet, denn er betrachtet ihn als Dynamiker, ja Spiritualisten". - Nicht häufige erste Ausgabe. - Vorderer Vorsatz mit alten handschriftl. Notizen im Satzspiegel. Etwas gebräunt, sonst gutes Exemplar.

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        Revue Britannique - 1825-1847

      J.P. Meline / Bruxelles 1825 - Demi-cuir. 23x15cm. Tête de collection jusqu'à 1847 complète en 44 volumes (les années 1825 et 1832 n'ont qu'un volume, les autres deux). Avec: Table analytique et alphabétique de 1825 à 1840. Quelques dos détachés ou avec petits manques. Reliures frottés. Le dos de la table manque. Intérieur avec très peu de rousseurs, souvent même frais. Le tout est d'un état satisfaisant. Demandez pour les frais d'expédition selon destination (38KG) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Auf der Rheinspitze". Blick von Rheinau auf Mannheim in der Ferne.

      . Altkol. Aquatinta von J.R. Follenweider, um 1825, 19 x 26,5 cm.. Nicht bei Schefold. - Im Himmel gering stockfleckig. Zartes altes Kolorit. Verso mit zwei Sammlerstempeln.

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        Le Dernier Chant Du Pelerinage D'Harold

      A Bruxelles: Chez Renaudiere Fils Aine et Cie 1825 - Octavo. Bound in modern green quarter cloth. Contemporary marbled boards. Gilt lettering and tooling to spine.Good binding and cover. Wear to marbled boards. Clean, unmarked pages. Scattered foxing throughout. Ships daily. After Byron's death in 1824, Alphonse de Lamartine, wrote the Last Song of Harold's Pilgrimage to complete Byron's unfinished epic. It was also an attempt as melding the character, Harold's last days and death, with the recent passing of Byron and his time in Greece. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rare William H. Harrison free frank

      Rare Address leaf franked ?free / W.H. Harrison,? 9.75? x 7.75? overall, panel 5.75? x 3.25?. Addressed by Harrison to ?Mr Andrew N Baily / Cincinnati / Ohio.? No postmark or postal markings, but he used this form of his signature while U.S. Senator. Sent from Washington; if it were sent from Ohio he would not have written ?Ohio? in the address. Light fold through ?a? of frank. Fine condition.Appointed by President John Q. Adams, Andrew N. Bailey of Ohio served as Receiver of Public Moneys for the District of Cincinnati from 1825-1829 when he was removed by President Andrew Jackson. Andrew N. Baily is variously spelled in congressional records as Andrew N. Bailey and Andrew M. Bailey. William H. Harrison had the franking privilege when he served as U.S. Senator from Ohio from March 4, 1825 to May 20, 1828, when he resigned to become U.S. Minister to Colombia.

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        System der psychisch-gerichtlichen Medizin, oder theoretisch-praktische Anweisung zur wissenschaftlichen Erkenntniß und gutachtlichen Darstellung der krankhaften persönlichen Zustände, welche vor Gericht in Betracht kommen (1825)

      Leipzig: C. H. F. Hartmann, 1825.. XIV, 554 Seiten, gebundene Ausgabe. Einband berieben, Papier braunfleckig, St. a. T., Vom Vorsatzblatt fehlt oberer Ecke, insgesamt noch ordentliches ex.

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        "Ausfluss des Mains in den Rhein". Panorama-Ansicht über den Fluß auf die Stadt mit reicher Personen- und Schiffsstaffage.

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

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      1825. Book. Hardcover. 11 volumes. Edited by Francis Pearson Walesby. Frontispiece portrait in v. 1 engraved by W. H. Worthington from a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Oxford: Printed for W. Pickering, London; and Talboys and Wheeler, Oxford, 1825. 8¾" x 5½". Contents: v. 1. Essay on the Life and Genius of Dr. Johnson [by Arthur Murphy] Poems, and Tales; v. 2-3. The Rambler; v. 4. The Adventurer and Idler; v. 5. Miscellaneous Pieces; v. 6. Reviews, Political Tracts, and Lives of Eminent Persons; v. 7-8. Lives of the Poets; v. 9. Journey to the Hebrides, Tales of the Imagination, Prayers and Sermons; v. 10-11. Parliamentary Debates. Too poor to ever have been able to afford much in the way of a university education, Johnson was fortunate to have been born into the family of a bookseller, and apparently spent his idle hours in the book shop reading widely and copiously for his own edification. He did not record any notable literary success until he was nearly thirty, when writing for the Gentlemen’s Magazine he cleverly and insightfully reported on English Parliamentary Debates (verbatim transcription was forbidden) by writing of them as if they were literary fabrications from the Senate in Lilliput with the true speakers’ identities thinly disguised. In 1746, Johnson received one of the most remarkable commissions in the annals of English letters – this by-and-large untutored, untravelled, and impoverished pamphleteer entered into a contract for 1,500 guineas to produce a new dictionary of the English language. When it was finally published in two folio volumes in 1755, Johnson’s Dictionary quickly came to be seen as the standard work of its time, including as far as possible a lexicographical history of each word cited, and making extensive use of quotations to exemplify their usage. Johnson’s original approach to the meaning of language helped form an anthology of moral sayings and define the canon of literature. Later, his series of prefaces to a new standard edition of English poetry, issued in three parts in 1779, ’80, and ’81 and now known as "The Lives of the Poets," revealed Johnson’s extraordinary breadth of reading and insight, and set a new standard for literary biography. Visited in his youth by a variety of illnesses, Johnson suffered throughout his life from poor health, including what is now recognized as clinical depression, and uncontrollable spasms and verbal outbursts most likely stemming from Tourette’s syndrome. With his numerous physical defects and behavioral tics, he was often spoken of as a coarse, gross, unpleasant, and even monstrous person by many of his contemporaries. But in the Bicentennial year of his birth, Johnson has come to be recognized as the representative genius of his age, and the greatest figure in English letters since Shakespeare. Full contemporary brown calf with simple ruled boards and elaborately decorated spines. Merceron family bookplate with crest and motto to the front pastedowns of each volume. Some mild rubbing and some occasional minor scuffs to a few volumes; otherwise a very good to fine set. Courtney, W. P., D. S. Smith, R. W. Chapman, et al: A Bibliography of Samuel Johnson with Johnsonian Bibliography, A Supplement to Courtney, p. 166-167..

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        Folge von 12 Blatt.

      . Lithographie v. Burggraaff ( bzw. Jobard ) n. Winckelierer ( bzw. Zanders ) b. Öllig und Vieweg, um 1825, je 23 x 39,6. Frühe und seltene Lithographien in sehr schöner Erhaltung. Unter den Ansichten 7 Gesamtansichten ( u.a. vom Cleverberg, vom Müllerberg, von der Süd-, Ost- und Nordseite ), Unterstädische Kirche mit dem Schwanenturm, Tiergarten (2x), Denkmal der Joh. Sebus und Grabmahl des Fürsten Moritz von Nassau-Oranien.

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        "Ansicht der Haupt und Residenz Stadt München von der Mittagseite". Blick vom Gasteig von Südosten über die Isar auf München, im Vordergrund der Garten der städtischen Versorgungsanstalt für Arme, links das Brunnhaus am Isarberg mit dem Auer Tor, dazu die steinerne Isarbrücke.

      . Altkol. Lithographie von Gustav Kraus, München, um 1825, 24 x 41 cm.. Pressler 3,I (von II); Pfister II, 44; Lentner 1105 und 12541; Slg. Proebst 123; Zettler S. 3 und Abb. 20. - Mit ca. 1 cm Rand alt auf leichten Karton aufgezogen. Feines Altkolorit.

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        Voyage pittoresque dans le Tyrol; aux salines de Salzbourg et de Reichenhall, et dans une partie da la Baviere.

      Paris, Gide Fils, 1825.. 3. Aufl. 42 x 27 cm. 2 Bl., 82 S., 1 Bl. Mit 24 Aquatintaradierungen nach Rösel und Warnberger. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rvergoldung und Rsch.. Nebehay-Wagner 109; Barbier IV, 1093; Dreyer 43. - Erste illustrierte Ausgabe. - Mit schönen, romantischen, in Braun gedruckten Ansichten von Donaustauf, Hallein und seinen Salinen (4), Kochel, München, Dürrenberg und Mönchsberg bei Salzburg, Schloßberg, Watzmann, Königssee (4), Staffelsee, Starnberger See und Wolfgangsee u.a., eine Tafel mit Salzburger Trachten. Jede Tafel mit Seidenpapierdeckblättern, darauf die gestochene Legende/Titelei. - Einband etwas bestoßen. Stockfleckig und leicht gebräunt, der Text mit einem Wasserfleck in der oberen Ecke.

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        Münsterische Geschichten, Sagen und Legenden nebst einem Anhange von Volksliedern und Sprichwörtern. [hsrg. von F.A.Steinmann,Funke, Schlüter, Sprickmann, Waldeck u.a.)

      Münster, Coppenrath, 1825.. 307 S. Kl.-8°, Halblederband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel.. Erste Ausgabe,- Bömer/Degering K 8657 und L 12588 (unter Steinmann); Raßmann I, 326; Als Westfalen lesen lernte S. 248, K 30: " 1824 gründete sich in Münster der Literaturzirkel " Die Haimonskinder". Ihm gehörten u.a. F.A. Steinmann, B. Waldeck und Chr. Schlüter, der spätere Mentor der Drost, an.Die Vorrede der Sagen,- lgenden- und Geschichtensammlung für Münster, die der Kreis gemeinsamherausgabe, zeitg die Orientierung an romantischen Strömungen." Wohlerhaltenes, nur etwas fleckiges Exemplar des äußerst seltenen Bändchens.

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        "Ruine Falkenstein." Lithographie aus: Ansichten des Bayerischen Hochlandes ...". Um 1825. 20,3:30 cm.

      1825. Inkunabel der Lithographie. - Winkler 953,30. - Dargestellt ist die Ruine Falkenstein, hoch über dem Inntal. Vor dem Burgtor zwei Spaziergänger, im Vordergrund sitzt ein Jäger im Schatten. - Die seltene Ansicht auf dem vollen Blatt..

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        The ancient history of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes and Persians, Macedonians, and Grecians

      W. Borradaile, 1825-01-01. Hardcover. Good. Vol 1, 2, 4. VOLUME Three is missing! Some light foxing. Moderate rubbing to the corners. Bindings are holding.

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        Traite de la composition et de l'ornement des Jardins. Troisieme edition, entierment refondue.

      Paris, Audot, 1825.. circa 17,5 x 21,5 cm. 6, 156 SS., 1 Bl., 97 Kupfertafeln (davon 1 koloriert) Halb-Leder d. Zt. mit Rückenschild. Ganay 186; Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 3484. Grosses Musterbuch zur Gartenkunst. Auf den Kupfertafeln: Parkanlagen, Pavillons, Cottages, Brücken, Zäune, Gartenmöbel, Gartengeräte etc. Die erste Auflage war 1818 unter dem Titel "Essai sur la composition et l'ornement des jardins" erschienen. Hier ist die Tafel 22 als Frontispiz eingebunden, eine Tafel mit Fensterentwürfen ist koloriert. Gestochochenes Exlibris von George Matthens (Matthews) Esqu. Springvale (1818-1847). - Vorsätze erneuert, etwas gebräunt, teils stockfleckig, meist jedoch sauber, Einband berieben, insgesamt jedoch gut erhalten, komplett.

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        Das Münzgebäude mit der Aussicht nach dem Werderschen Markt. - L' Hotel des Monnoyes Marche du Werder.

      . Aquatinta v. Laurens et Dietrich n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, um 1825, 12,5 x 17,2. Ernst, Calau, Nr. 166; Kiewitz 300. - Selten! Zeigt das Münzgebäude am Werder'schen Markt, erbaut 1799 - 1800 an Stelle des abgebrannten Werder'schen Rathauses.

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        Memoria Sobre El Influjo De La Minería En La Agricultura, Industria, Población y Civilización De La Nueva España En Sus Diferentes Épocas, Con Varias Disertaciones Relativas á Puntos De Economía Pública Conexos Con El Propio Ramo.

      Imprenta De Amarita, Madrid 1825 - IX - 154pp. Muy correcto ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XX en piel jaspeada. Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Flower-piece: flowers in a basket on a mantle, with butterflies and other insects]

      [by subscription from the author and others, Paris 1825 - Stipple-engraving, printed in colours and finished by hand, by Chazal from his own design after a painting by Jan van Huysum. An exquisite plate from the rarest French flower-book to be published during the best period in French botanical illustration. A delightful composition from one of the great rarities of French botanical literature: only one complete copy of Flore Pittoresque dédié aux dame (Paris: 1818-1825) is listed as having sold at auction since detailed records began in 1902. Chazal, a painter and engraver of flowers and fruit, studied under Gérard van Spaëndonck and worked on the illustrations for a number of other important works, but this image is from the only substantial work to be published under is own name. Cf. Dunthorne p.79; cf. Great Flower Books (1990) p.87; cf. Nissen BBI 350.

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        Gesamtans., "1te. Ansicht von Carlsbad, von der neuen Chausee aus genommen".

      . altkol. Umrißkupferstich v. Rothenburg n. I.G. Jentzsch b. Morasch in Dresden, um 1825, 33,5 x 50. Blick auf Carlsbad. Die Ansicht in sehr schönem, zarten Altkolorit.

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        Der österreichische Kunstfreund durch Mittheilungen aus dem Gebiethe des menschlichen Kunstwissens.

      Pest, Hartleben, 1825.. (19 x 12,5 cm). (2) 348 S. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit.. Der Band beschreibt die Herstellung und Verwendung von Kitten, Schreibfedern, Tinten, Lacken, Wachsen, Vergoldungen, besonders aber von Farben und Beizen. - Stellenweise leicht stockfleckig, sonst gut erhalten

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        Reise durch die Königreiche Sachsen und Böhmen in den Jahren 1822 und 1823.

      Leipzig, C. H. F. Hartmann 1825;. EA; VI, 243 (3) Seiten mit 1 gest. Frontispiz (Bildnis Wallensteins); alter Umschlag mit handschriftl. Rückentitel (Umschlag etwas fleckig, Titel und Frontispiz sowie letztes Blatt etwas gebräunt, bzw. braunfleckig, innen nur vereinzelt gering stockfleckig); EA;.

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        "Zoppot mit der Danziger Rhede gesehen vom Stiewensberge". Gesamtansicht mit weitem Blick auf die Ostsee.

      . Lithographie von Lütcke nach C.G. Ludwig, dat. 1825, 36 x 49 cm.. Die seltene Ansicht mit breitem Rand und tadellos erhalten.

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        Gesamtans., "Königsthal und Heiligenbrunn von der Neuen Welt aus gesehen".

      . Lithographie v. Helmsauer ( Druck I. Lacroix in München ) n. C.G. Ludwig b. Gerhardsche Buchhandlung, dat. 1825, 36 x 48,5. Sehr seltenes Blatt. Nicht bei Bott/ Holzamer. - Schönes und dek. Blatt. Links im Bild Königstal, rechts Heiligenbrunn.

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        Entwurf für ein Gebäude der Singacademie in Berlin (2 Blätter).

      . Umrißradierungen v. Schadow n. Schinkel aus Sammlung architektonischer Entwürfe, um 1825, je 28,8 x 39,8 cm.. Blatt 1. Entwurf für ein Gebäude der Singacademie in Berlin ( zeigt Grund- Seiten- und Aufrisse ) Blatt 2. Entwurf für ein Gebäude der Singacademie in Berlin. ( Zeigt ein perspektivische Ansicht, darunter ein Seitenriss).

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        Lisbon in the years 1821,1822, and 1823

      - London, John Murray, Albemarble Street, 1825. 2nd. edition. Complete work 2 volumes bound into one. Vol. I; (xiv)+(1)+219pp. Vol. II; (1)+250pp. 17,5cm. Illustrated. Beautiful edition, illustrated with 10 gorgeous prints. A colorful representation of Portuguese customs. Half leather binding (spine and corners). Some water stains, overall good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Seleniten oder Vermuthungen und Beweise für das Dasein vernünftiger Wesen im Monde mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die neuesten Entdekkungen des Herrn Dr. v. Paula Gruithuisen.

      Leipzig, Vogel 1825.. Mit gefalt. Kupfertafel. 32 S. Rückenbroschur.. Nicht bei Houzeau/L. - Sehr seltene Schrift über die Seleniten, die vermuteten menschenähnlichen Bewohner des Mondes. Der unbekannt gebliebene Autor (zum Schluss signiert mit "B.") bezieht sich auf die Veröffentlichung des Münchner Astronoms Franz von Paula Gruithuisen "Entdeckung vieler deutlicher Spuren der Mondbewohner besonders eines collosalen Kunstgebäudes derselben", die in Kastners Archiv für die gesamte Naturlehre im Vorjahr erschienen war. - Offensichtlich war "B." kein Bayer; die Namensansetzung Gruithuisens im Titel mit dem auch heute häufig begangenen Fehler des Nichterkennens des vollen Vornamens. - Das Kupfer zeigt ein "Mirakloscop". - Unbeschnitten. Etwas fleckig.

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        Gesamtans. aus der Ferne (Fernsicht), "Dresden gegen Mittag, aufgenommen bei Moreaus Denkmal auf der Höhe zu Räcknitz. - Vue de Dresde midi, ..".

      . aquarell. Umrißkupferstich v. J. C. A. Richter b. Arnold, Ernst in Dresden, um 1825, 17 x 30. Sehr schöne Ansicht in frischem Kolorit. Das Blatt ist auf einem alten Albumblatt montiert. Am rechten Rand - unter Bäumen - das Denkmal von Moreau. Am Denkmal sowohl Besucher zu Fuß als auch zu Pferde.

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        The Works of William Paley, D.D. Archdeacon of Carlisle

      Edinburgh: Printed for John Fairbairn and others, 1825. Five volumes, duodecimo, engraved frontispiece portrait in volume one; a fine set in contemporary calf, spines decorated in gilt in compartments. Finely-bound life and works of William Paley, the Archdeacon of Carlisle. William Paley (1743-1805) was a leading Anglican voice in eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain. After graduating from Christ's College Cambridge, he remained there to tutor in moral philosophy, divinity and Greek Testament. His influence at Cambridge spread into the nineteenth century when his A View of the Evidences of Christianity was required reading for Cambridge. Paley's works had profound influence on fellow Christ's College graduate Charles Darwin, who originally studied theology before switching to geology. Today Paley's portrait hangs alongside that of Darwin at Christ's College.

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        Floral Emblems

      London: Saunders and Otley, 1825. Large octavo, 20 lithographic plates, lightly foxed, original cloth rebacked and rebound, corners frayed. First edition of this exposition of floral emblems. Philips divides his book into leaflet numbers, days and months, and then a dictionary of emblems, which catalogues the appropriate flowers for specific human emotions.

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        Wanderings in South America, the North-West of the United States, and the Antilles, in the years 1812, 1816, 1820 and 1824. With original instructions for the perfect preservation of birds, etc. for cabinets of natural history

      London: J. Mawman, 1825. First edition.. Foxing to the frontispiece plate and to the title page (as is usually the case with this work), only a few other text pages with a touch of foxing along the bottom margin, light rubbing to the marbled boards; overall, this is a very attractive copy in near fine condition.. Pp. (1, half-title), vii, 326; engraved frontispiece plate of a 'Nondescript.' Later one-half maroon polished calf leather, spine with five raised bands lettered in gilt in one compartment, over early marbled boards with marbled endpapers, sm 4to (11 3/4 x 8 7/8 inches; 296 mm x 223 mm). This is an untrimmed, wide-margin copy of a true classic on travel and exploration in the Americas. As a young man, Waterton made four trips to the New World - three to British Guiana (Guyana) and one to the United States and the Antilles. The first was devoted to uncovering the secrets of making curare, the Indian's potent poison, "a gloomy and mysterious operation;" the second was spent collecting specimens of birds; the third encompassed general natural history, with a special emphasis on pests: "quadrupeds, serpents, and insects;" the fourth was a general kind of wander, featuring a foot-bath in Niagara Falls, and a brief ride on the back of a cayman. During his travels to Guyana, Waterton was the first to give a detailed account of the life of the sloth. His bird-collecting trip resulted in specimens of over 200 species, and among the many notes on birds are his interesting records of the indigenous peoples' names for various species. Waterton was famously strange, rating a chapter all his own in Edith Sitwell's 'English Eccentrics.' As she puts it, "he was never so happy as when performing the unexpected," such as the wrestling match with the cayman, or the nights spent with his bare foot hanging out of his hammock, hoping that a vampire bat would dine upon his toe. See also Howes, W-158; Palau, 374216; and Sabin, 102094. No ownership marks.

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        Gesamtans., ( ca. 13 x 42 ), auf einer Kundschaft der Mälzer.

      . Kupferstich b. J.G. Kotzian, dat. 19.8., 1825, 37,5 x 47,5 ( Blattgröße ). Stopp CS 70 - Gesamtansicht ( Aufsicht ) umgeben von 5 Medaillons in floraler Bordüre ( Madonna, Heilige und 2 Wappen ) als Kopf einer Handwerkskundschaft. Darunter ausgefüllter Schriftspiegel mit 2 Lack- und 1 Papiersiegel. Rückseitig 4 amtl. gestempelte Vidierungen und Erlaubnis zur Weiterreise nach Brünn, Znaim u.a. - An den üblichen Faltstellen einige winzige Fehlstellen.. - Sehr dekoratives Blatt.

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        Méthode Complète pour le Flute Dédiée à Monsieur Roslin d'Ivry... [Subtitle]: Revue & Augmentée par L.A. Hugot. Nouvelle Edition

      Paris: A. Petit [PN 1244]. [1825-1838]. Folio. Contemporary boards. 1f. (title incorporating a fine engraved vignette depicting a male figure playing the flute standing next to a head- and-shoulders bust of Devienne by C. Heu), 169 pp. Engraved. With illustrations of the flute, numerous fingering charts and musical examples throughout. Includes 12 duets and 6 sonatas for two flutes by Devienne; pages 154-169 with18 short solos and 6 duets by Hugot. Binding quite worn, lacking spine, partially detached. Slightly worn, foxed and stained; a few leaves frayed and soiled at lower edges; several tears repaired. . This edition not in Miller or Warner. OCLC (a later printing of 1860). Not located in BNF. Devienne and Hugot were both prominent flutists and teachers. The present work is one of the most influential flute methods, offering insight into flute technique and performance practice, particularly late 18th century articulation; this "new edition" includes additional material not found in earlier editions.

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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. Mod. Umschl.

      Leipzig, Industrie-Comptoir, 1825.. VIII,88 S. Neuerer priv. Pappband.. Dochnahl 134. - Einband etwas berieben und gering fleckig; Seiten unbeschnitten; Name auf dem Titel; stellenweise etwas stockfleckig und berieben.

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        Antonio, the Winner of the Great St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster, 1819, (Fifty Subscribers.) By Octavian, dam by Evander, out of Miss Gunpowder. The Property of Thos. Ferguson, Esq. To whom this Print is most respectfully dedicated by the Publishers

      W. Sheardown and Son, [Doncaster] 1825 - From the original 'Doncaster Gazette' series of the 'Winners of the Great St. Leger Series': a 'benchmark' sporting print in terms of the "quality of painting, engraving and printing" (Lane) "In 1825 The Doncaster Gazette commissioned Herring to paint a series of pictures of the winners of the St. Leger starting in 1815. W. Sheardown and Sons of Doncaster published these brilliantly engraved prints (by Thomas Sutherland) in 1825. Messrs Fuller of London. continued the series until the mid-1840s. Fullers also published a similar series of Derby winners after Herring's paintings between 1827 and 1841. These prints provide a 'benchmark' in their quality of painting, engraving and printing which subsequent publishers attempted to emulate, but rarely with such success" (Lane) Herring is an outstanding and imaginative artist who at an early age showed an aptitude for handling both riding whip and pencil. At a young age, fate took Herring to the Doncaster races where he saw the Duke of Hamilton's horse, William, win the St. Leger. The sight inspired him to attempt the art of animal-painting, in which he subsequently excelled. In addition to being a successful horse painter, Herring made his livelihood as a coachman, and for some time drove the Highflyer coach between London and York. When eventually he retired as a coachman he immediately obtained numerous commissions and was able to devote himself entirely to his art. Herring had no education in art until he definitely set up as an artist, when he worked for a short time in the studio of Abraham Cooper, R.A. He painted an immense number of racing, coaching, and other sporting subjects, many of which were published by the sporting printsellers and the sporting magazines. He was a frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy and the Society of British Artists; he was elected a member of the latter society in 1841. While in later life he painted a number of subject-pictures, it was as a portrait-painter of racehorses that Herring earned his fame, and no great breeder or owner of racehorses is without some treasured production of Herring's brush. Lane British Racing Prints p.121; Mellon British Sporting and Animal Prints p.94; Siltzer p.145. Aquatint, printed in colours and finished by hand, by Thomas Sutherland (Watermark '1825').

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        Italiae Antiquae et Novae pars Septentrionalis. [&] Italiae Antiquae et Novae pars Australis.

      1825 - Oxford: Cramer, 1825. Original colour. Two sheets, dissected and laid on linen, each 650 x 755mm, original slip case. Detailed map of Italy, with both classical and modern names, with an inset of Sardinia on the south sheet. The map was published to accompany historical and geographical descriptions of Italy by Cramer, who was Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford 1842-8.

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