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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

      - Walking into Brazil¿ barefoot! 1825. Londres. Applegath for Mawman. In 4to (274 mm x 207 mm). 1 [blank] + vii + 326 + 1 [blank], missing half title. Contemporary half calf, boards blindstamped, spine with raised bands, compartments heavily gilt, red morocco lettering piece, slightly rubbed. A generally fresh and clean copy, with wide margins, scattered foxing spots and offsetting to folio facing frontispiece. First edition of this important source of information on Venezuela and Brazil. Waterton (1781 ¿ 1865) was an English naturalist, taxidermist, and explorer; he was also descendant of one of the foremost British families. In 1804 he began what would be a series on travels to Guiana and South America, he first to take charge of the family estate and the following to explore. The subsequent travels would take him to the deep Guiana and Brazil ¿where he allegedly arrives barefoot. The main field of research for a while was the effects of curare, a local poison, which, applied to darts, would paralyze a person. The work is illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of a ¿nondescript¿ made by Lowry and woodcuts in text; it would eventually influence young naturalists as Darwin and Wallace. Palau, 374216. Sabin, 102094. Borba de Moraes, 936. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire philosophique, littéraire, économique des plantes de l'Europe.

      chez Ladrange et Verdière,, A Paris, 1825 - Otto volumi di cm. 21, pp. 3.500 ca. complessive. Ritratto dell'autore all'antiporta del primo volume e 128 tavole in litografia a colori (di Ch. Motte) raccolte nell'ultimo volume (numerate da 1 a 127, ma con la 16bis). Legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi a piccoli nervi con titoli in oro. Piatti e sguardie marmorizzati. Carte di testo a tratti un po' fiorite e qualche piccolo segno d'uso alle cuffie, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Edizione originale di questa vasta opera in cui Poiret riporta i risultati dei suoi studi di storia naturale basati su viaggi in Italia, nel sud della Francia ed in Africa. Nella carriera di studioso Poiret fu a lungo assistente di Lemarck ed in seguito professore di storia naturale all'Università di Parigi. Compilò inoltre il "Dictionnaire de botanique" de l'Encyclopedie. Cfr. Pritzel, 7235. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Partie des Etats - Unis No. 50

      Brussels 1825 - The first atlas of the world on a uniform scale. If assembled as a globe gores forms a very large globe., Size : 470x560 (mm), 18.5x22 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

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        Histoire philosophique, littéraire, économique des plantes de l'Europe.

      Chez ladrange et Verdière, 1825 - 1829, A Paris, - 7 voll. in-8° (210x132mm), complessive 3.500 pp. ca., legatura coeva m. pelle maculata e angoli con dorsi adorni di titolo in oro su tassello, decori in oro e tomaison egualmente in oro su tassellino circolare riquadrato da un serto dorato. Piatti in cartone marmorizzato. Complessive 112 tavv. in litografia a colori f.t., disegnate e colorate in lastra da Poiret figlio e incise da C. Motte, con raffigurazioni di piante d'ogni genere della flora dell'Europa (su 128; mancano infatti le tavv. 61-64 e le tavv. 68-79; la numerazione ha termine con la tav. 127, ma è presente una tav. 16 bis). Ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale dell'opera principale del Poiret, significativa monografia sulle piante della flora europea. L'abate Poiret (Saint Quentin, 1755-Parigi, 1834), botanico, collaboratore di Lamarck, professore di storia naturale all'Università di Parigi, compilò il "Dictionnaire de Botanique" dell'"Encyclopédie" di Diderot e D'Alembert. Fra il 1785 e il 1786 venne inviato da Luigi XVI in Algeria per compiere un inventario della flora autoctona e dalla sua permanenza africana trasse il volume Voyage en Barbarie, ou Lettres écrites de l'ancienne Numidie pendant les années 1785 et 1786. Pritzel, 7235. Nissen, B.B.I., 1552. Plesch, 366: "Dessinées et coloriées par A. Poiret fils et lithographiées par C. Motte". Stafleu, 8116. 112 lithographic plates in colour (plates 61-64 and plates 68-79 are lacking). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)]
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        Voyage chez les Kalmuks. Traduit de l'Allemand par M. Moris, Membre de la Société Asiatique.

      C. Cornillac,, Châtillon - sur - Seine, 1825 - In-8° (208x131mm), pp. (1), XXVIII, 361, bella legatura coeva p. pelle marmorizzata con bordura floreale dorata (in parte stinta) bordante i piatti. Dorso con titolo in oro su tassello verde, filetti e fregi ornamentali e floreali in oro. Unghie decorate, tagli e sguardie marmorizzate, segnacolo. Al contropiatto, ex-libris di Eugenio di Savoia Carignano con croce di Savoia coronata. Il personaggio di Casa Savoia in questione è il Principe Eugenio, Conte di Villafranca, figlio del Principe Giuseppe di Savoia, nato a Parigi nel 1816, spentosi a Torino nel 1888. Luogotenente generale del Regno, dapprima fidanzato con Maria Carolina Augusta d'Asburgo, sposò morganaticamente nel 1863 la torinese Felicita Crosio. Una litografia all'antiporta con la festa delle lampade presso i Calmucchi e 11 tavv. in fine di specimen di scrittura e linguistica calmucca. Esemplare assai bello. Sporadiche fioriture. Prima traduzione francese, ridotta rispetto all'originale, di "Nomadische Streifereien unter den Kalmüken in den Jahren 1802 und 1803" (Riga, Ghartmenn, 1804-05), uno dei primissimi resoconti esistenti sulle tradizioni del popolo calmucco e sulle loro credenze religiose, di stampo buddhista-lamaista. I Calmucchi sono una popolazione nomade di ceppo mongolo occidentale e di religione, come si è detto, buddhista-lamaista, stanziata in gruppi distaccati nelle regioni del Volga, presso Astrachan, in Mongolia e nell'Ovest della Cina. Anche la loro lingua è assai simile a quella mongolica, da cui si differenzia soprattutto a livello fonetico; la presente opera è anche una delle prime rigorose ricognizioni glottologiche della lingua calmucca. La traduzione include ex novo l'"Essai sur la fuite des Kalmucs des bord du Volga", basato su un resoconto lasciato da de Weseloff, già prigioniero dei Calmucchi, nonché su lavori di Pallas e di Rytschkov (le fonti da cui la memoria è attinta sono dichiarate nelle note alla p. 259). Bergmann (1772-1856), scrittore e viaggiatore tedesco, soggiornò per un intero anno fra i Calmucchi, seguendo fedelmente le loro tradizioni, apprendendo la loro lingua e studiando, primo tra gli europei, lo sviluppo delle loro arti e delle loro scienze, assai notevole ed in seguito oggetto dell'ammirazione anche di esploratori come Sven Hedin. Boucher de La Richarderie, V, 433-436. Aschoff, 192. Chadenat, 5323. Quérard, I, 285. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antiquites de l'Alsace ou chateaux, eglises et autres monumens des departemens du Haut-Rhin et du Bas-Rhin (avec un texte historique et descriptif).

      Engelmann,, Mulhouse et Paris, 1825 - 2 Bde. Mulhouse et Paris, Engelmann, (1825)-1828. 41x28 cm. Mit zusammen 80 kreidelithographierten Tafeln und 2 lithographierten Titeln. [2], XI, 126 S.; 180, [2] S. "Additions et Corrections". Rote HMaroquin-Bde. der Zeit mit schöner ornamentaler Rückenvergoldung. Erstausgabe. Hier beide Titelblätter mit der Jahreszahl 1828. Eines der schönsten elsässischen Ansichtenwerke lithographiert von G. Engelmann nach Bildern von M. Engelmann, M. Bichbois, M. Chapuy, Athalin, M. Rossbach und I. Rothmüller. Komplett mit allen Lithographien. Den ersten Teil über die drei Arrondissements des Departement Haut-Rhin: Belfort, Colmar und Mülhausen, wurde von dem Historiker und Politiker M. P. A. Golbery bearbeitet. Den zweiten Band über das Departement Bas-Rhin mit den vier Arrondissements Schlettstadt, Strassburg, Weissenburg und Zabern entsprach, verfasste der Strassburger Archäologe J. G. Schweighäuser. Mit Ansichten von elsässischen und oberrheinischen Städten und kleinen Ortschaften, deren Kathedralen, Kirchen und Schlössern, Burgen und Klöstern und der umliegenden Landschaften so u.a.: Hohenkönigsburg, die Eglise St. Foi in Selestat (Schlettstadt), Schlösser Lützenburg und Rathsamhausen, alte Kirche von Rosenheim, Strassburg, Kloster Craufthal, Schloss Schöneck, Dorf und Schloss Fleckenstein, Schloss Kaisersberg, St. Gilles, Wasserbourg, Schloss Hohenlandsberg, Colmar, Rouffach, Thann, Ferrette, Schloss Landskron usw. - Ein acht Tafeln und 24 Textseiten umfassender Supplementteil erschien separat und ist hier nicht mitgebunden. - Im Aussensteg teilweise etwas stockfleckig. Brunet II, 1649; Graesse III, 106. First edition of one of the most beautiful plate works published on Alsace. The first volume was written by the historian and politician M. P. A. Golbery; the second by the Strasbourg archeologist J. G. Schweighäuser. The eighty chalk lithographs mostly by Louis Pierre A. Bichebois and Chapuy illustrate topographic views of towns and villages, cathedrals, castles etc. embedded into romantisized sceneries. - A supplementary volume with eight additional plates and 24 p. of text published later is not present here. - Somewhat foxed in margins. A very nice copy in red halfmaroquin. Rote HMaroquin-Bde. der Zeit mit schöner ornamentaler Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat]
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        NARRATIVE OF A VISIT TO BRAZIL, CHILE, PERU, AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS, DURING THE YEARS 1821 AND 1822. WITH MISCELLANEOUS REMARKS ON THE PAST AND PRESENT STATE, AND POLITICAL PROSPECTS OF THOSE COUNTRIES.

      London. . 1825 - xii,478pp. plus [2]pp. of advertisements, errata page, four color plates, and folding map. Contemporary three quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt. Light wear to edges and extremities. Front hinge starting. Some light foxing to map, else internally clean. An attractive, very good copy. The author sailed from Lisbon to Rio in 1821, visiting the Swiss settlement of Nova Friburgo. He then boarded an American brig destined for Chile and Peru, and at Callao he took another ship to the Sandwich Islands. Includes a folding map of the Sandwich Islands and beautiful color plates depicting Peruvian women and a native Sandwich Islander. Sabin and Borba de Moraes call for four plates, as in this copy, but the copy in the Hill collection contains only three. "Of the 170 pp. on Brazil the best passage is the description of the attempted Swiss colonization, at that time in full decay, and general remarks about Brazilian progress" - Borba de Moraes. A scarce Pacific voyage. SABIN 46858. HILL, p.194. ABBEY 700. JUDD 119. BORBA DE MORAES, p.536. RODRIGUES 1565.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Disquisitiones Analyticae de Fractionibus Simplicibus

      Berlin, 1825. First Edition. Orig. marbled wrappers. A good copy with some overall toning; pencil underlining on title. 4to.,Jacobi's dissertation and first published work. The work he is best known for is his independent derivation and investigation of elliptic functions and its notation. He and Abel were coincident in their investigations and discoveries. DSB VII, 51 - 55; Ball, pp. 327 - ' 39; See Norman #1150 & 1151.

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        Hadley's Falls No. 5 of the Hudson River Port Folio (New York)

      H. I. Megarey & W. B. Gilley/John Mill, New York/Charleston, S.C. - Engraving with original hand-color. Circa 1825. Painted by W. G. Wall. Engraved by I. R. Smith. Sheet size: 17 5/8 x 24 5/8". Inventory#: p1759pmat. 0

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        THE WORKS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D. [with] BOSWELL, JAMES. LIFE OF JOHNSON

      Printed for William Pickering, London; and Talboys and Wheeler, Oxford, Oxford 1825 - In Extraordinarily Handsome Ornate Morocco, andUnusual with Both Johnson's Works and Boswell's Life. 251 x 152 mm (9 7/8 x 6"). 15 volumes. Edited by Francis Pearson Walesby. VERY HANDSOME MID-19TH CENTURY MAROON PEBBLE-GRAIN MOROCCO, LAVISHLY GILT, covers with an intricate frame comprised of three blind and six gilt fillets, the latter flanking an elegant string of gilt floral sprays, mandorlas, coils, and rosette cornerpieces, the large central panel further defined by ornmental cornerpieces connected by a gilt rule; spines lavishly gilt in compartments with central floral bouquet surrounded by swirling vines, leaves, and many small tools, turn-ins with triple gilt fillet, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. With frontispiece portraits of Johnson and Boswell and three folding facsimiles of Johnson's writing. A Large Paper Copy. "Works": Courtney & Smith, pp. 166-67; Fleeman 87.3W/22a (vols. I-IX) and 87.3W/1.2/1a (vols. X-XI); Keynes, p. 62; Brunet III, 551; Graesse III, 471; Lowndes II, 1217-18. "Life": Keynes, p. 43; Pottle 90. Just a hint of rubbing to extremities, but the remarkably pleasing bindings essentially unworn and extremely lustrous. Two leaves with small closed tears, perhaps half a dozen pages per volume with a pinpoint fox mark in the margin, one page with a small stain, but a beautiful copy internally, unusually clean, fresh, and smooth, and with expansive margins. AN ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE SET. Although William Pickering began his legendary publishing career in 1820, it wasn't until 1825, after a move to larger premises, that he began to produce substantial numbers of high quality editions. In the latter year, Pickering began his association with the Oxford firm of Talboys and Wheeler, and with this association began the series of books known collectively as the Oxford English Classics. According to Keynes, "these handsome volumes were produced at the printing offices of the Oxford partners, but their general design shows clear signs of Pickering's predominating influence. The books are large octavos, well printed on ribbed paper with a fine Oxford device on the title pages." Keynes says that our 11-volume edition of Johnson and the four-volume Boswell's Johnson issued in 1826 "are the most valuable of the series," and singles out this edition of the "Life" for "special merit." Brunet calls the collection of Johnson's works "one of the best, and the most complete to this time." Our Large Paper Copy has stately margins that complement the luxurious bindings, pleasing to the eye and to the touch. The editor, Francis Pearson Walesby (1798-1858), was an Oxford professor. Although the title page of the first volume announces that the set will consist of nine volumes, a 10th and 11th were added, of "Parliamentary Debates." These are Parliamentary reports which Johnson began to make at the age of 32 for the "Gentleman's Magazine.". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MODELES DE MENUISERIE, CHOISIS PARMI CE QUE PARIS OFFRE DE PLUS NOUVEAU, DE PLUS REMARQUABLE ET DE MEILLEUR GOUT ; accompagnés de détails et développemens (sic !) qui doivent en faciliter l'exécution ; suivis d'un Abrégé de l'Art du Menuisier, et d'un Traité des Escaliers.

      - Paris, Bance Aîné, 1825. 28,5x43 cm. Ouvrage enrichi de 73 belles planches gravées et de 1 frontispice. Nombreux modèles de portes et de devantures de boutiques. Reliure en carton fort recouvert de papier raciné. Dos lisse portant le titre sur une pièce de maroquin bordeaux. Quelques rousseurs éparses. Traces de frottement, principalement sur les coiffes et les coins, cependant ouvrage solide et de présentation agréable. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        CINQ ANNÉES DE SÉJOUR AU CANADA - Première édition de la traduction française.

      Boulland 1825 - Paris, Boulland et Cie, 1825, 3 vols in-8°, (212x140mm) ; III-xiij-364;323;175 pp. 3 cartes dépliantes, et 6 vues dont 2 en couleurs, gravées à la manière noire, relié à la fin du dernier volume. -- Demi-basane fauve ; dos lisse orné, p.d.t. et de tom. en maroquin rouge. TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE. Quelques rousseurs. *** Traduit de l'anglais par M*** [par Dubergier, d'après Barbier], suivies d'un extrait du voyage de M. Duncan en 1818 et 1819, traduit de l'anglais par M. Eyriès, et accompagnées d'un atlas, gravé par Ambroise Tardieu. Un petite notice sur les Indiens d'Amérique en fin du second volume. Plusieurs chapitres sur la faune et la flore du Canada et des Etats-Unis. Présentation de villes d'Amérique du nord, comme Québec, Montréal ou New-York ; le gouvernement de l'époque ; les différentes origines de la population ; etc. L'édition originale anglaise parut l'année précédente. ** Références : Chadenat 1208 ; Sabin 94228. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Christophe MARCIA]
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        The Works of Samuel Johnson,LL.D.

      William Pickering London and Talboys and Wheeler Oxford., London 1825 - A Very Good Eleven Volume set comprising Nine volumes of Johnson's Works and two volumes of the Debates each volume bound in the original publishers half brown calf with marbled boards, decorated spines in six sections with black leather title and volume number blocks.Book Condition:All volume are in Very Good condition, spines and corners gently rubbed, page edges very gently toned, previous owners name on front end papers, small bookplate on front paste down, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Overall a Very Good Eleven Volume Set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A pair of angling prints each captioned with quotes from Horace and Virgil:] Sic omnia retro . [and:] Piscium et summa genus hoesit ulmo .

      Thomas McLean, London 1825 - A handsome and humourous pair of angling prints. The first image shows a fisherman with a slack line just after losing a fish and stepping into a cow pad, with the Virgil caption roughly translated as "Thus all things change for the worse." The Horace quotation is a play on words, substituting "Perchicos" [perch] for "Persicos" [i.e. Persian], and roughly translated as "The finest perch is not for me." The second image shows an angler who has pulled a fish from the water but whose line (and fish) are caught in a tree. The famous fishing-related Horace quotation follows, "The fish was entangled in the elm tree." The Virgil quotation refers to the climbing into the river to free his line and can be read as "courage to tempt the raging stream." Aquatint and engraving, coloured by hand. Sheet sizes: 9 3/8 x 11 5/8 inches and 9 1/2 x 11 7/8 inches.

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        The Works of S. Johnson.

      Oxford: Printed for William Pickering, London, 1825. - 9 volumes; 8vo. (H: 9 x L: 12 inches). Contemporary binding by Bayntun of Bath in half dark red morocco with raised bands, gilt titles and gilt tooling to darkened spines; marbled boards and end papers; top edges gilt. Portrait frontispiece to vol.I. Bookplate to paste downs; wear to corners; head of spine nicked to a few volumes; outer upper hinge to vol.I weak, and starting to a couple of volumes. The books are sound and tight. Shows extremely well. The best edition of Samuel Johnson's works. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books, ABA ILAB]
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        Atlas pour servir à l'intelligence de l'Histoire générale des voyages de La Harpe.

      LEDENTU, PARIS 1825 - 14 (sur 15) grandes gravures sur cuivre, toutes dépliantes, frontières aquarellées. Manque la mappemonde . Cartes des 4 continents et d'Océanie, de l'Inde, Chine et Japon, Sibérie, Brésil, Mexique, Pérou 1 volumes. Déchirure sans manque renforcée au titr. Petites usures à la reliure. Reliure de l'époque : demi-toile, dos lisse.

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        Simples Histoires, trouvees dans un pot au lait. 8 Volumes

      Paris: Lefuel. 1825. First Edition, eight volumes each with one engraving PRINTED IN COLOR, heightened by hand, original white wrappers printed with color lithographs housed in original double-compartment box with lithograph printed in color on cover (lid), gold foil which is stamped bordering edge of box, original pink and blue ribbon pulls. Page size: 6 x 4". The eight volumes are titled: The Little Milkmaid, The Little Schoolgirl, The Little Flower Seller, The Little Harvester, The Little Savoyard, The Little Shepherd, The Little Boatman, and The Little Firewood Gatherer (5 girls and 3 boys). Each volume has an engraving printed in color of a child dressed in the manner suiting the occupation in the title. The neo-classic colored bordered lithographs on the covers of each title have elements of the occupation included, such as flowers in La Petite Marchande des Fleurs and fish, seashells, and seaweed in The Little Boatman. The text of this charming children&#39;s set is titled Simple Stories, and they are just that, clearly meant for young readers. This is an extraordinarily fine set of this early French children&#39;s title. Gumuchian listed it at 3000FF and pictured it twice. The color printing is of a very high quality and unusual for this period. The box and books have an immediately discernable freshness and charm heightened by the fine condition. It is very rare to find all eight parts of this set in fine condition, not to mention the original box. Gumuchian 916. <br>See an <A HREF= http://www.bookrouter.com/im/juvelisbks/3776.jpg >Image.</A><br>

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        A New View of Society: or, Essays on the Formation of the Human Character, Preparatory to the Development of a Plan for Gradually Ameliorating the Condition of Mankind to which are Prefixed Rules and Regulations of a Community [bound with] An Address to the Inhabitants of New Lanark, The First of January, 1816, at the Opening of the Institution established for the Formation of Character

      Cincinnati: Published by Luman Watson. Looker & Reynolds, Printers / Printed by S.J. Brown at the Emporium Office, for Luman Watson. 1825. First. "First American edition from the Fourth London edition" of the first title (one of two 1825 issues, the other published in New York), and first American edition of the second title "From the Fourth London Edition." Original or contemporary wrappers. 84pp., 56pp. Wrappers are encased in a homemade dustwrapper (and the fragility of the dustwrapper is such that we have not removed it), constructed from the April 27, 1827 issue of the Boston Record and Telegraph (predating by two years the first known publisher&#39;s dustwrapper). Wrappers beneath appear to be green, and we assume unprinted. Slight foxing to the text, else near fine, the dustwrapper is a little worn at the folds, but still very good or better. Ownership signature of the Rev. William Andrus Alcott with his library number ("Wm. A. Alcott, No. 372") on the title page of the first work. Alcott, (1798-1859) was a pioneer educational reformer (as was Owen), an early promulgator of the vegetarian movement (he founded and was the first president of the American Vegetarian Society), a bestselling self-help author, and a cousin and close friend of Bronson Alcott.The most important work by the founder of the utopian socialist movement, in a rare western edition, issued the same year that Owen founded his utopian community in New Harmony, Indiana. Owen, a successful, Welsh-born mill owner in New Lanark, Scotland, reformed the living conditions in which his workers lived, and founded the cooperative movement, in which workers would benefit from the savings of bulk purchases that Owen made of food and other commodities. He also founded "infant schools" and greatly reformed education for the children of the poor and working class. When his partners in the mill became concerned that he wasn&#39;t maximizing profits, he re-organized the company with more sympathetic partners that included Jeremy Bentham, and embarked fulltime upon philanthropy and in espousing the philosophical and practical underpinnings used in creating utopian communities.This is by far the rarer of the two American printings published in 1825. OCLC locates six confirmed copies of this edition (compared to nearly thirty of the New York printing). Printing and the Mind of Man 271. Rare and important, and intriguing in this near-contemporary custom jacket. .

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        Annales de Chimie et de Physique. 1825 - Volume 3 : Tome Trentième [ Tome 30 - Tome XXX ] : Suite du Mémoire de M. Ampère sur une nouvelle Expérience électro-dynamique, sur son application à la formule qui représente l'action mutuelle de deux élémens de conducteurs voltaïques, et sur de nouvelles conséquences déduites de cette formule (Ampère) ; Mémoire sur la Voix humaine (Félix Savart) ; Recherches relatives à l'Influence de la température sur les forces magnétiques (A.-F. Kupffer) ; Mémoire sur les Roues verticales à palettes courbes mues par dessous, suivi d'expériences sur les effets mécaniques de ces roues (Poncelet) ; Lettre de M. Marcel de Serres à M. Gay-Lussac sur les Cavernes à ossemens ; De l'Influence exercée par divers milieux

      Crochard 1825 - 1 vol. in-8 cartonnage marbré de l'époque, Chez Crochard, Paris, 1825, 448 pp. avec 2 planches dépliantes. Contient notamment : Suite du Mémoire de M. Ampère sur une nouvelle Expérience électro-dynamique, sur son application à la formule qui représente l'action mutuelle de deux élémens de conducteurs voltaïques, et sur de nouvelles conséquences déduites de cette formule (Ampère) ; Mémoire sur la Voix humaine (Félix Savart) ; Recherches relatives à l'Influence de la température sur les forces magnétiques (A.-F. Kupffer) ; Mémoire sur les Roues verticales à palettes courbes mues par dessous, suivi d'expériences sur les effets mécaniques de ces roues (Poncelet) ; Lettre de M. Marcel de Serres à M. Gay-Lussac sur les Cavernes à ossemens ; De l'Influence exercée par divers milieux sur le nombre de vibrations des corps solides (Félix Savart) ; etc. Rare exemplaire de l'important tome 30 des "Annales de Chimie et de Physique" contenant la suite de l'article d'André Marie Ampère "Mémoire sur une nouvelle Expérience électro-dynamique" (pp. 29-41) qui sera intégré dans son Mémoire de 1827, et celui de Félix Savart (Mémoire sur la Voix humaine, pp. 64-86)) . Etat très satisfaisant (cartonnage lég. frotté avec petit accroc au dos en tête, bon état intérieur) Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Life of King Arthur: From Ancient Historians and Authentic Documents,

      Payne and Foss, London 1825 - First edition. 12mo. xliii, 172pp. Half title present. Early cloth in a drab green, blocked in blind on the boards and with gilt spine titles. Trace of soil and wear to the edges, neat ownership stamp on the front free endpaper else a near fine copy. Scarce scholarly treatise on the life of King Arthur from early, and notably Welsh, sources. Lowndes, p. 2100. New Arthurian Encyclopedia, pp. 404 and 409. The binding is contemporary or near contemporary and could be a publisher's cloth binding; if so, it is a very early instance of such. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of a residence and travels in Colombia, during the years 1823 and 1824.

      London, S. & R. Bentley for Henry Colburn, 1825. - 2 volumes in 8vo. xv + [1] + 524p; viii + 517 + [1 blank]p, including errata. With coloured frontispiece plates and one large engraved folding map. Half calf, morocco title labels, marbled boards. The entertaining observations of a British naval captain, whose initial motive to tour the country was to secure a commercial privilege for the improvement of its pearl-fisheries. The first volume is introduced by a coloured frontispiece portrait of the author in native travelling costume (wearing a poncho) engraved by R[obert] Cooper (see Thieme-Becker VII, 362): it contains descriptions of the cities of Caracas, Mompos and Honda, the chief agricultural produce (wheat, maize, rice, indigo, cotton, tobacco, sugar, coffee & cocoa) and exotic animals, an &#145;Historical sketch of the aboriginal Indians&#146; (pp204-255), and a potted history of Spanish America including the revolutionary period (pp256-524). The second volume, preceded by a charming coloured acquatint showing a dramatic mountain ascent, is largely devoted to Bogotá and its surroundings, where Cochrane spent most of his time; he describes the city&#146;s architecture, system of government, and the customs and manners of the people. Other topics are copper and emerald mines, the authorized looting of ancient Indian burial places, steam-boat concessions for the Magdalena River, and the topography of the port of Cartagena. A supplement contains a statistical report on the siege of Puerto Cabello. Some light offsetting on titles, otherwise a good set with the contemporary bookplate of Southam de la Bere, Earl of Ellenborough. Abbey 718; Cundall, West Indies 1197; Palau 55908; Sabin 14072. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VERONA ILLUSTRATA, CON GIUNTE, NOTE E CORREZIONI INEDITE DELL'AUTORE (quattro parti in cinque volumi - opera completa), Milano 1825-1826, Soc. tip. de' Classici Italiani, 1825

      - mm. 135 x 215., bella legatura coeva ottocentesca mz.pelle con titoli e fregi in oro sui dorsi, doppi tasselli, piatti marmorizzati con carta a mano, rade fioriture. Questa splendida edizione è dedicata alla storia di Verona, ai suoi scrittori ed ai suoi monumenti, con corredo di numerose tavole incise magistralmente. I primi tre volumi sono stati stampati nel 1825, il quinto ed il sesto nel 1826. VOLUME I - pp. XXII, (1), 288 con un ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame entro l'ovale ed una pianta di Verona f.t. e ripiegata. VOLUME II - pp.(6) 289-650 (1) 2 tav. f.t. di epigrafi e monete, ripiegate. VOLUME III - pp. (2), 490, (1), 3 tav. f.t. di monete con effigi di uomini illustri ripiegate. VOLUME IV - pp. (2), 437, (1), con XVI tav. ripiegate f.t. con pianta di Verona, palazzi, monete. ecc. Numerate I-XV e la piantina di Verona non è numerata. VOLUME VI . pp. (2), 332. (1) con 13 tav. f.t. ripiegate con fregi, monete ecc.

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        Narrative of a Journey into Khorasan, in the Years 1821 and 1822. including some Account of the Countries to the North-East of Persia; with Remarks upon the National Character, Government, and Resources of that Kingdom.

      Longman Hurst Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, LONDON 1825 - Quarto. xxvi, errata slip, 623, 148pp appendix, tables, index. [ * Without Foldng Map * ] Description of Fraser's travels through Persia as part of a mission led by Sir Andrew Jukes,accompanied Jukes on his mission to Persia, reaching Teheran on 29th November [Jukes died while on the mission.], and on the 27th December, set out in Persian costume with the intention of travelling through Khorasan to Bokhara. Contemporary calf gilt ruled boards later matching reback. internally clean copy with slight spotting, title little used. Good Copy without the map. Scarce title. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sämmtliche Schriften.,

      Bln., Voss, Nicolai 1825-1828. - 32 Bde. (Komplett). 12°. XII, 234 (1); VI, 397; IV, 302; IV, 320; (4), 244; IV, 257; IV, 260; 204; 235; 296; 266; 318; 280 (1); 280 S; 296; 242; XI, 318 (1); X, 298; 278; 304; 254; 344; 344; 304; 304; 254; 208; IV, 378; 362; 356; 390; 404; XVI, 404; XXIV, 335; XII, 228; 284. Mit 7 Kupfertaf. u. 1 Falttab. Pbde. d. Zt. Mit goldgeprägt. Rückensch. Stellenw. leicht stockfl. Im Ganzen sehr gut erhalten. pp. W.-G. 95; Goed. IV/1, 344, 5 - Dritte rechtmäßige Ausgabe hrsg. v. Johann Friedr. Schink. Gewicht in Gramm: 11000

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        ATLAS GÉOGRAPHIQUE, STATISTIQUE HISTORIQUE ET CHRONOLOGIQUE DES DEUX AMÉRIQUES ET DES ÎLES ADJACENTES; TRADUIT DE L&#146;ATLAS EXÉCUTÉ EN AMÉRIQUE D&#146;APRÈS LESAGE PAR J.A. BUCHON

      Paris J. Carez, Verdière and Bossange 1825 - First Edition of this important atlas of the American continents. A copy printed on thick paper, and the most rare of the issues. Beautifully illustrated with 63 double-page plates coloured by hand including 51 maps. Grand Folio (560 x 385 mm.), bound in handsome contemporary half-morocco. A fine copy in a very pleasing state of preservation. FIRST EDITION OF THIS IMPORTANT ATLAS ILLUSTRATING THE COUNTRIES OF THE TWO AMERICAS WITH ALL MAPS COLOURED BY HAND. The atlas is Buchon&#146;s version of the important Carey and Lea American Atlas issued in Philadelphia in 1822 and then in expanded versions in 1823 and 1825. The text which accompanies the maps is explanatory of the subject matter pictured. The atlas is known for its remarkable precision and was a fundamental source for information about the New World at the beginning of the 19th century, and particularly about the United States. This is also a copy printed on the more desirable and rare best paper used by the publisher. The greatest number of maps related to the United States and its territories and additional maps are included relating to the Caribbean and Latin America. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        ATLAS GÉOGRAPHIQUE, STATISTIQUE, HISTORIQUE ET CHRONOLOGIQUE DES DEUX AMÉRIQUES ET DES ISLES ADJACENTES.

      Paris. . 1825 - 125 leaves, including fifty-one double-page handcolored engraved maps with textual gloss, four double-page handcolored letterpress tables, one double- page engraved plate, title- leaf, dedication leaf, and additional leaves of letterpress text. Large folio. Modern half morocco and boards, vellum tipped corners. Minor soiling, some light foxing, a few repairs, very small old library mark on titlepage. Else very good. This important atlas is based on Carey & Lea's A COMPLETE HISTORICAL.AMERICAN ATLAS, issued first in Philadelphia in 1822, and again in expanded formats in 1823 and 1825. However, it adds even more material than appears in any of the Carey & Lea editions, especially the western maps. Most of the atlas is devoted to the United States and its territories, and incorporates the latest geographical knowledge available, by what was then one of the premier mapping firms in the United States. There are maps of virtually every state, with copious statistics supplied in the margins. The large map of the Arkansas Territory is actually the 1823 Long map of the Great Plains and Mississippi Valley, extending as far west as Santa Fe and the edge of the Rockies, while the map of the whole North American continent and the excellent large detailed map of the United States and territories can lay claim to being the best available to that time. HOWES C133. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 348, 352.

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        The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert and Dr. Robert Sanderson [First Major edition]. UNIQUE AND OUTSTANDING ETON ASSOCIATION COPY IN SIGNED PICKERING BINDING

      John Major Fleet-Street 1825 - 8vo., First Major Edition, with a copper-engraved portrait frontispiece, engraved and printed titles, 9 copper-engraved plates and 52 woodcut illustrations and embellishments in the text, one or two plates very faintly foxed (with some resultant faint offsetting to facing leaves); most handsomely bound in late nineteenth century navy blue crushed full morocco, sides with triple frame border in gilt, back with five raised bands ruled in gilt, second compartment framed, blocked and lettered in gilt, all other compartments elaborately framed and tooled in gilt to a geometric floral design, all edges gilt, elaborate gilt doublures, marbled endpapers, a splendid, crisp, clean copy in superb signed period binding. With the engraved gilt trade ticket of Pickering on front paste-down, and the binder's stamp 'BM Pickering' on front free endpaper verso. The first Major edition of Walton's great biographical collection, issued as a complement to the same publisher's 1823 edition of The Compleat Angler. Walton lived in the parish of St. Dunstan's where Donne was vicar; his life of his friend was written in 1640 as an introduction to a collection of the poet-clergyman's sermons. The other subjects were also personal friends; their biographies were first published in 1651 (Wotton), 1665 (Hooker), 1670 (Herbert) and 1678 (Sanderson). In this copy the portrait of Henry Wotton (called for at p.87) is placed as frontispiece to the volume as a whole; the portrait of Hooker (called for at p.161) is placed at p.166; the plate 'The Advocate' (called for at p.377) is engraved as 'The Pleader' and placed at p.378. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM EDWARD COMPTON AUSTEN LEIGH TO LORD FRANCIS HERVEY WITH THE FORMER'S NEAT HOLOGRAPH INSCRIPTION DATED 1865 ON FRONT FREE ENDPAPER VERSO. Austen Leigh was Master at Eton while Hervey was a pupil. A UNIQUE AND QUITE OUTSTANDING ETON ASSOCIATION COPY OF A WORK RATED BY JOHNSON AS 'AMONG HIS MOST FAVOURITE BOOKS'. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert and Dr. Robert Sanderson [First Major edition]. LARGE PAPER MAJOR IN SIGNED MYERS BINDING

      Printed by Nicol at the Shakspeare Press for John Major Fleet-Street 1825 - 8vo., First Major Edition, Large Paper, with a copper-engraved frontispiece mounted on India Paper, 10 fine copper-engraved plates mounted on India Paper, and 52 woodcut illustrations and embellishments in the text; handsomely bound in later nineteenth century red full crushed morocco BY MYERS, back with five raised bands tooled in gilt, second compartment framed and lettered in gilt, all other compartments elaborately framed and tooled in gilt to a geometric floral design, all edges gilt, elaborate gilt doublures, marbled endpapers, a splendid, crisp, clean copy in superb signed period binding. With a fine nineteenth century engraved armorial bookplate and binder's ticket on front paste-down. Large Paper state of the first Major edition of Walton's great biographical collection, issued as a complement to the same publisher's 1823 edition of The Compleat Angler. Walton lived in the parish of St. Dunstan's where Donne was vicar; his life of his friend was written in 1640 as an introduction to a collection of the poet-clergyman's sermons. The other subjects were also personal friends; their biographies were first published in 1651 (Wotton), 1665 (Hooker), 1670 (Herbert) and 1678 (Sanderson). The plates are all early proofs on India Paper; the plate 'The Advocate' is engraved as 'The Pleader'. A LOVELY, BRIGHT COPY IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED CONTEMPORARY SIGNED BINDING. JOHNSON RATES THE WORK 'AMONG HIS MOST FAVOURITE BOOKS'. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson.to which are added, the Autographs of those eminent men, now first collected; an Index and Illustrative Notes

      London: [Printed at the Shakespeare Press for] John Major, Fleet-Street, Adjoining Serjeant's-Inn, 1825 - The large paper edition with the plates mounted on Japan paper First Major edition. 8vo (7-7/8 x 5 inches). Frontispiece. Illustrated with 11 copperplates tipped in and 52 woodcuts. xviii, 503, [1] pp. Bound in full contemporary green morocco, spine ornately gilt, boards tooled in gilt with floral border and six ruled fillets with scrollwork ornaments at corners, central field tooled in blind, green moire endpapers, a.e.g. Bookplates of Maurice Glyn and Eric S. Quayle (famous book collector). Faintest traces of rubbing at extremities. Fine. Coigney p. 387-88 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Infantry Tactics; or, Rules for the Exercise and Manoeuvres of the Infantry of the U. S. Army. 2 volume set

      War Department. Davis & Force, Washington 1825 - 416pp; 91pp + plates. 45 b/w fold-out plates. 44 fascinating plates of troop movements and actions, each with a full explanation, plus fold-out music sheet. G : in Good condition. Covers rubbed and scuffed. Some foxing and marks within. Some plates mis-folded with wear to edges, not impinging Brown hardback half-leather cover with marbled boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Il Decameron

      presso Leonardo Ciardetti,, Firenze, 1825 - Quattro parti in due volumi di cm. 23,5, pp. 279 (1); 344; 272; 212. Bel ritratto di Boccaccio inciso all'antiporta del primo volume. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con punte, dorsi lisci con titoli e bei fregi romantici in oro sovrastati da un monogramma coronato. Piatti e sguardie marmorizzati. Legatura firmata Simier. Ex libris nobiliari incisi. Esemplare fresco, particolarmente marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione ed impreziosito da una legatura assai decorativa eseguita dal celebre legatore reale Simier. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Scraps From the Sketch-Book of Henry Alken

      London: Thomas M'Lean, 1825. - Very Scarce AlkenWith Forty-Two Hand-Colored PlatesEngraved by Alken HimselfALKEN, Henry. Scraps From the Sketch-Book of Henry Alken. Engraved by Himself. Containing Forty-Two Plates. London: Thomas M'Lean, 1825. Fourth edition (plates dated 1820), complete; preceded by those of 1821, 1822, and 1823, but of greater rarity. Tall octavo (10 x 8 1/4 in; 254 x 210). Title leaf (verso blank), and forty-two hand-colored engraved plates, twelve with multiple images. Contemporary half crimson morocco over paper boards. Original red leather title label lettered in gilt to upper board. Small bookplate to front free-endpaper. A fine copy of an extremely scarce album by Henry Alken.This edition of 1825 has not been seen at auction since 1968. The last copy of the first edition of 1821 came to auction in 1970; the 1822 edition in 1969. OCLC records only one copy of the 1821 edition held in library holdings worldwide (at the British Library) and three copies of the edition of 1823. There are no copies of the edition under notice in institutional holdings across the globe.While Siltzer notes an Alken Sketch Book of 1820 (34 plates), and the Scraps. edition of 1822, he makes no mention of an 1825 edition. It is not in found in Tooley or Abbey in any edition.The "Scraps" include equestrian, hunting, dog, bowling scenes, etc. In short, each print features a sporting tableau.Of Alken, Siltzer wrote, "It took but a short time for the leading art publishers of London to recognize his genius and to discover that they had 'struck a reef' of both artistic and financial value, and the well-known firms of Thomas M'Lean, S. and J. Fuller, and Rudolph Ackermann were not slow to reaping full benefit. It appears that Alken himself occasionally engraved plates, and thus added to the facility of production."Cf. Siltzer, p. 71.

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        Geometrie Et Mechanique Des Arts Et Métiers Et Des Beaux-Arts. Cours Normal A l'usage des Artistes et des Ouvriers, des Sous-Chefs et des Chefs d'ateliers et de manufactures

      Bachelier, Libraire 1825-1826, Paris - 8vo, 20 x 13 cm. Forty-three engraved folding plates. Primarily devoted to mathematics and mechanics as related to the industrial arts, the text contains a number of sections devoted to architecture and perspective. The work was popular going through many editions, and widely translated. University of London prize binding presented to Thomas R. Hill, 1833/34, second prize in the class of Natural Philosophy and Mathematics. Covers with gilt seal of the University of London, double gilt border fillets and gilt corner florets. Raised bands, red morocco spine labels (several chipped), gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers with matching edges, occasional dampstaining and wrinkling of folding plates, covers lightly faded. Contemporary full polished maroon calf. Very good. 3 vols. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opere dei Grandi Concorsi Premiate dell'I. R. Accademia delle Belle Arti in Milano / 94 Planches

      - Contenant 94 Planches, dont 1 dépliante - A Milan - Coi Tipi di Giovanni Giuseppe Destefanis - Edition Originale 1825 - Grand In-Folio (40 x 55 cm) - 48 pages + 94 planches - Reliure demi basane, frottée et salie, coins légèrement émoussés - Dos lisse frotté, sans coiffes, petits manques de cuir - Tranches jaune - Disparates rousseurs, plutot en bordures - Bon état général - Attention Poids : 4900 gr. (Poids total avec emballage, environ 5,5 kg - Attention : Vu le Poids, envoi uniquement en Colissimo)Opere dei grandi concorsi premiate dell'I.R. Accademia delle belle arti in Milano. Disegnate ed incise per cura del pittore Agostino Comerio, membro dell'I.R. Accademia e degli architetti Felice Pizzagalli, e Giulio Aluisetti - Milano - coi tipi di Giovanni Giuseppe Destefanis, a S. Zeno, 1825 // Détail du contenu = Concours 1805 : 4 pages + 8 planches - Concours 1806 : 8 pages + 11 planches, dont 1 dépliante - Concours 1808 4 pages + 12 planches - Concours 1810 : 4 pages + 7 planches - Concours 1811 : 2 pages - Concours 1819 : 6 pages + 2 planches - Concours 1820 : 6 pages + 13 planches - Concours 1821 : 2 pages - Concours 1822 : 4 pages - Concours 1825 : 4 pages - Concours 1826 : 2 pages + 41 planches, en fin d'ouvrage. Premiers Prix des oeuvres des Grands Concours attribués par l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Milan, de 1805 à 1826. Dans cet ouvrage, 94 Planches sur les thèmes suivants : Architecture, Peinture, Sculpture, Gravure, Ornements. Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Coursing.Picking Up

      Printed for Thomas M'Lean, Haymarket by Howlett and Brimmer, 10 Frith Street, London 1825 - A pretty aquatint depicting coursing from Henry Alken's celebrated book "The National Sports of Great Britain". This charming print by Henry Alken comes from a book entitled "The National Sports of Great Britain". The book is comprised of fifty coloured aquatints of sporting scenes with an accompanying text. Published in 1824 by Thomas McLean, the images vary in subject from Bull baiting to Otter hunting. This charming print is fourth in a series of six coursing prints. Henry Thomas Alken was born into what became an artistic dynasty. He studied under the miniature painter J.T. Barber and exhibited his first picture (a miniature portrait) at the Royal Academy when he was sixteen. From about 1816 onwards he "produced an unending stream of paintings, drawings and engravings of every type of field and other sporting activity. He is best remembered for his hunting prints, many of which he engraved himself until the late 1830s. To many, sporting art is 'Alken', and to describe his work or ability is quite unnecessary." Charles Lane British Racing Prints 75-76; Tooley, English Books with Coloured Plates no. 43; Siltzer, T he Story of British Sporting Prints. Coloured aquatint. Printed with publishers details and dated 1824. In excellent condition. Framed in attractive wood and gold frame with cream wash-line mat. Image size: 4 7/8 x 8 1/4 inches.

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        Instituiçoens de direito cambial portuguez, com referencias as Leis, Ordenaçoens, e Costumes das principaes praças da Europa acerca de letras de Cambio.

      London, Na Imprensa de M. Calero, 1825. - (1 l.), 244, lxxx pp., (1 l. errata [following blank p. (8)]). Large 8°, contemporary green straight-grained morocco (slight wear at corners), gilt spine (slightly faded) with raised bands in six compartments, covers with gilt panels and tooling in blind, gilt fillets on outer edges of covers and inner covers, yellowish-brown endleaves, all text-block edges gilt, green silk ribbon place marker. Small repair to upper outer corner of title page. Light browning. Overall fine. Partly obliterated owner's stamp ("[?] da Silva") in blank portion of title page. ---- FIRST EDITION. A second edition was published in Lisbon, 1844.Ferreira Borges (1786-1838), a leading liberal economist, political and legal thinker, received his law degree from Coimbra and quickly established a reputation as a barrister specializing in commercial law. In addition to being the author of the @Codigo commercial portuguez, enacted in 1833 and in force until 1888, he wrote many other works on commercial law as well as poetry, essays, and even the first Portuguese work on forensic medicine. He also played a leading role in the 1820 revolution, and was nominated Secretary of the Interior of the provisional government under Freire de Andrade, was a deputy to the constitutional Côrtes of 1821, as well as having been a partisan of the liberal cause during the civil wars between the liberals and conservatives and their aftermath from 1828 to 1834.---- Innocêncio IV, 328 (without collation); XII, 327 (with collation of 244, lxxx pp.). Not located in NUC. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Private Journal of Captain G. F. Lyon of H.M.S. Hecla During the Recent Voyage of Discovery Under Captain Parry 1821-1823

      John Murray, London - 1825, new edition. () Very good. xi,[1],468pp. Octavo. Bound in 19th century half calf and marbled boards. Marbled edges to match. 7 engraved plates and folding map. A hint of foxing on the plates otherwise a very attractive copy in a pleasant binding. This reprint was done just one after the first and does not appear to have any new material added. A.B. 10531. Author's account of Parry's second arctic expedition in the Fury and Hecla, 1821-3, with events of the outward voyage to Winter Island, 1821, and north through Foxe Basin to Iglulik Island, 1822, includes detailed account of the Eskimos of southern Baffin Island and Melville Peninsula, the natural history and ice conditions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Private Journal of Captain G. F. Lyon, of HMS Hecla,

      London: John Murray,, 1825. during the Recent Voyage of Discovery under Captain Parry. Octavo (208 x 131 mm). Turn-of-the-century blue half morocco, marbled boards, raised bands to spine, titles and decorations to compartments gilt, single rules to boards gilt, top edge gilt, others trimmed, marbled endpapers, by Zaehnsdorf. Frontispiece and 6 plates engraved by Edward Finden, one engraved folding map. Spine very lightly sunned, minor wear to extremities, corners gently bumped, mild offsetting from turn-ins, light foxing to prelims, endmatter, plates and adjacent pages, folding map slightly tanned with short closed tear to stub and some minor nicks to margins. An excellent copy. This copy is the second edition, which was published a year after the first edition. When William E. Parry (1790-1855), commanding the H.M.S. Fury, set out on his second North West Passage expedition in 1821, Lyon (1795-1826) accompanied him and served as captain of the H.M.S. Hecla. Lyon&#39;s account of the 1821-3 expedition touches briefly upon the harsh conditions of such a voyage, but otherwise is largely "devoted to the narration of the peculiarities of the Aborgines of the Arctic region. Captain Lyon&#39;s curiosity led him to observe with great attention the habits of life and traits of character of the different tribes of Esquimaux, who were attracted by his humane management to his winter quarters" (Field). This copy from the library of the Money-Coutts family with their bookplate to front pastedown, dated 1889 signed J.D.B., i.e. John Dickson Batten (1860&#150;1932).

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        REPERTOIRE UNIVERSEL ET RAISONNE DE JURISPRUDENCE. EN 17 TOMES.

      CHEZ GARNERY 1825 - R260127796: Entre 800 et 900 pages par tomes. Pleins cuirs marrons, pièces de titres rouges et noires, titres, tomaisons, filets et roulettes dorés. Texte sur 2 colonnes. Légers manques sur le revêtement cuir et frottements sur la pluspart des plats. Petits trous sur certains dos et sur les pages (passages de vers). Epidermures. Quelques bords et coiffes abimés. Fortes mouillures dans le tome 17 pouvant altérer la lecture de quelques mots en coin de page. Quatrième édition, corrigée, réduite aux objets dont la connaissance peut encore être utile, et augmentée 1°. d&#146;un grand nombre d&#146;articles, 2°. de notes indicatives des changements apportés aux lois anciennes par les lois nouvelles, 3°. de dissertations, de plaidoyers et de réquisitoires de l&#146;éditeur sur les unes et les autres. In-4 Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 348-Lois, règlement, jurisprudence [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Species général de Coléoptères, de la collection de M. le Comte Dejean.

      - Paris, chez Crevot/ Méquignon-Marvis, 1825-1831. 5 volumes. Royal-8vo (197 x 125mm). pp. xxx, 463; viii, 501; vii, 556; vii,520; viii, 883. Contemporary half calf, gilt ornamented spines. A very interesting association copy. A letter from Dejean to Boisduval dated Paris, november 30th, 1834 is bound in. Most probably the present set belonged to J.A. Boisduval who was Dejean's private curator. The set is as usually without the 6th volume published by Ch. Aubé. Some slight waterstaining. The name of L'Anglois appears at the foot of each volume, probably the name of the binder.Horn-Schenkling 4601. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Op. 111] Sonate pour le Fiano-Forte composée et très respectueusement dediée à Son Altesse Jmpériale Monseigneur l&#39;Archiduc Rodolphe d&#39;Autriche & & Cardinal Prince Archevêque d&#39;Olmütz &c. &c... Oeuvre 111

      Vienne: Diabelli et Comp [PN] C. et. D. No. 1384. [after 1825]. Oblong folio. [1] (title), 2-23, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Price: "1 f 30 X.C.M." & & Slight offsetting, bleeding, and foxing. . First Viennese edition, Titelauflage, incorporating corrections by the composer. Kinsky pp. 320-21. Hoboken 2, 462. Beethoven-Haus, Bonn, C 111/1.& & Beethoven wrote to the dedicatee, Archduke Rudolph, on July 1, 1923: "As Y[our] I[mperial] H[ighness] seemed to enjoy hearing the C minor sonata, I thought that I should not be too presumptuous if I gave you the surprise of dedicating it to Your Highness... The C minor sonata was engraved in Paris [for the first edition by Schlesinger], and very inaccurately; and as it was engraved again here, I made certain so far as possible that it would be correct." Anderson: The Letters of Beethoven, Vol. 3, p. 1054, letter no. 1203.

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        Illustrations for the Book of Job

      William Blake, London, England 1825 - Title page + 21 numbered plates, collated complete, title page date of 1825, (but the book printed 1826); an India-paper version of this classic work by the English artist William Blake (1757 - 1827) " Blake's influence on the arts and on popular culture forms an important part of his twentieth-century legacy reputation reached international proportions " (Robert N. Essick in the DNB); this set most probably one of those printed by Blake's artist friend John Linnell (1792-1882), who had acquired the plates; with each plate page on its own guard, none of which are marked proof; each printed image 6 1/2" x 8 1/2" approx. size, mounted to the larger backing pages, which is a heavy white un-watermarked paper stock, another indication that these are most probably part of the Linnell 1874 print run; the book approx. 13 3/4" x 20"; the title page and about half of the plates with some foxing and spotting; mostly light, with other leaves having some spotting in the mounts only; bound in red morocco leather, corners and spine, boards in red cloth; gilt rules, five raised bands, gilt spine titles, top edge gilt, with the binders' stamp of Sangorski & Sutcliffe at front endpaper edge; some wear, spots and rubbing to the cloth & boards; the plates printed very well, good impressions; the India paper version showing the fine work in pure line done without preliminary etching, the work of Blake at his best; the binding in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Charters And Other Documents Relating To The Kings Town And Parish Of Maidstone, In The County Of Kent

      1825 - published 1825 , plain boards are quite rough and much of spine covering is gone. end papers worn and foxed, mild occasional marks in book but generally clean. 4 pages have margin tears - no text losses, , one preface page is loose, binding is not too tight in early pages but holding ok. overall still around fair condition old book . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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