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        The Young Emigrants; or, Pictures of Canada, Calculated to Amuse and Instruct the Minds of Youth

      London: Harvey and Darton, 1826. 1st. Hard Cover. Very Good+. First Edition. 5.5 x 3.5 inches, recased preserving contemporary leather spine with gilt type, and marbled boards, worn corners, with minor scuffing, engraved frontis, and half-title. (2), iv, 168pp., [4pp publisher's ads]. Some off-setting from frontispiece to title-page, Old unsigned bookplate at front pastedown and previous owner gift inscription hand written on reverse of frontis, Elizabeth Jane Bolton given to her by her Dear Mother. Overall a very attractive copy in very good+ condition. Uncommon initial printing. In a series of letters, written in 1821, by a family of educated emigrants, describing the voyage and journey from Quebec to final settlement in what is now Hamilton. They were befriended by the Hamilton family and started the first school there, chiefly attended by Indian children. Told with simplicity. It has value as being authentic. One of the earliest children's books to celebrate the frontier life in Canada; Traill emigrated from England to Canada with her husband in 1832. Insightful comment from Canadian Biography Online:"Perhaps the most interesting of these books (published between 1819 & 1831) is The young emigrants; or, pictures of Canada; calculated to amuse and instruct the minds of youth (1826). In it, Catharine drew upon her fascination with Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, travel books about the Canadas, including those of John Howison, and the letters of friends who, like her younger brother Samuel*, had immigrated there in the 1820s. The comment of one of her young emigrants - "I sometimes think I should like to spend my life in exploring the face of this astonishing country" - vividly suggests Catharine's capacity to find stimulation and involvement in the idea of new experiences, however challenging or demanding they might be."Osborne (1958 ed.) p. 192.TPL 1424.

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        Originalhandschrift von Georg Wilhelm Hegel Friedrich (Brief an Herrn Friedrich Schulz, Markgrafenstraße 10, Berlin)

      Ohne Angabe, 1826.. unbekannter Einband. Der Brief datiert vom 22. März 1826 und wurde bereits in Band 15-17 des Jahrbuches für Hegelforschung veröffentlich Schneller Versand, mit Rechnung.

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        The Young Emigrants; or, Pictures of Canada, Calculated to Amuse and Instruct the Minds of Youth

      London: Harvey and Darton, 1826. 1st. Hard Cover. Very Good+. First Edition. 5.5 x 3.5 inches, recased preserving contemporary leather spine with gilt type, and marbled boards, worn corners, with minor scuffing, engraved frontis, and half-title. (2), iv, 168pp., [4pp publisher's ads]. Some off-setting from frontispiece to title-page, Old unsigned bookplate at front pastedown and previous owner gift inscription hand written on reverse of frontis, Elizabeth Jane Bolton given to her by her Dear Mother. Overall a very attractive copy in very good+ condition. Uncommon initial printing. In a series of letters, written in 1821, by a family of educated emigrants, describing the voyage and journey from Quebec to final settlement in what is now Hamilton. They were befriended by the Hamilton family and started the first school there, chiefly attended by Indian children. Told with simplicity. It has value as being authentic. One of the earliest children's books to celebrate the frontier life in Canada; Traill emigrated from England to Canada with her husband in 1832. Insightful comment from Canadian Biography Online:"Perhaps the most interesting of these books (published between 1819 & 1831) is The young emigrants; or, pictures of Canada; calculated to amuse and instruct the minds of youth (1826). In it, Catharine drew upon her fascination with Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, travel books about the Canadas, including those of John Howison, and the letters of friends who, like her younger brother Samuel*, had immigrated there in the 1820s. The comment of one of her young emigrants - "I sometimes think I should like to spend my life in exploring the face of this astonishing country" - vividly suggests Catharine's capacity to find stimulation and involvement in the idea of new experiences, however challenging or demanding they might be."Osborne (1958 ed.) p. 192.TPL 1424.

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        Raccolta di Costumi dello Stato Romano

      Roma: Antonelli alle Convertite, 1826 - Ferrari was a disciple and imitator of Bartolomeo Pinelli (1781-1835), a popular painter of Roman folk costumes and rural life 4to (7-1/2 x 5 inches). Hand-colored engraved title and thirty engraved plates with contemporary hand-coloring. Half leather with marbled boards. Spine damaged with loss, koints cracked, plates fine. Not in Lipperheide; not in Colas; not in Hiler; OCLC 472214851 (1 copy) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Essay on Mind, with other Poems [The Doheny Copy]

      London: James Duncan, 1826. First edition, mixed first and second impressions. Original drab gray boards, original printed label on spine with title and price. FIRST EDITION with mixed first impression/second impression points. There are two impressions known to exist. The first impression has page numbers 12, 24 and 148 perfecty aligned; as well, in the first impression, p. 75, line 15 reads "found." Second impressions have page numbers 12, 24 and 148 misaliigned and p.75, ine 15 reads "fo und." Our copy has fFound" on line 15 of page 75 (i.e. first impression); page numbers 24 and 148 are mis-aligned (as found in the second impression), but page number 12 is correctly aligned (as found in first impression). Rare copies have been found with mixed sheets of the first and second impression and our copy represents one of the earliest impressions to be found in recent years. Estelle Doheny's Copy, with her bookplate. As well, the book was originally owned by Ernest George Salt, with his armorial bookplate affixed to front pastedown. Salt was a prominent doctor from Edinburgh whose lineage traces back to the famous Salt family. A superb copy of Elizabeth Barrett's [Browning] first book in its original state and bearing the original paper label on spine (spine paper chipped, but label mostly in tact).Ocassional browning, hinges in tact. Contains a rare prospectus and specimen of the "Modern Traveller" inserted at the very end, a 12 page chapbook-style booklet printed on yellow paper with superb woodcut cover, Printed for James Duncan, London, 1826. Housed in contemporary full morocco slip-off case.

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        UNIVERSA CIVILIS ET CRIMINALIS JURISPRUDENTIA. Ex naturali et romano jure depromta et ad usum fori perpetuo accomodata. Editio tertia, omni, qua licuit, cura atque labore indefesso, a quamplurimis, in notis praecipue, mendis, falsisque allegationibus repurgata, et correcta. Laude Pompeja (Lodi), E Typ. Joann. Baptistae Orcesi, 1826 - 1829.

      Terza edizione, stampata a Lodi, di questa importante opera giuridica. Opera completa in 13 tomi. Testo latino. Cm.26,5x20,8. Pg.5668 complessive. Legatura in mz.pelle con titoli in oro ai dorsi. Piatti marmorizzati. Dorsi trattati con trasparente protettivo. L'insigne giurista Tommaso Maurizio Richeri (La Morra di Cuneo, 7 gennaio 1733 ? Torino, 1797), laureato in Giurisprudenza all'Università di Torino e successivamente insegnante di diritto, diviene famoso proprio per la presente opera, pubblicata a Torino in 12 volumi tra il 1774 e il 1782. "Tale opera è unanimemente considerata di fondamentale importanza per la conoscenza del diritto comune, di cui costituisce una summa conclusiva nella sua ultima evoluzione, poco prima che esso fosse abrogato per effetto dell'introduzione del codice napoleonico. L'importanza di questa sua opera fu tale che essa fu più volte ristampata, quanto meno fino al 1841. Altre sue opere importanti, anche se di minore diffusione, sono: "Codex rerum in Pedemontano Senatu iudicatarum", in tre volumi, e "Institutiones universae civilis et criminalis iurisprudentiae ad ius romanum et fori usum exactae, quibus accedit tractatus de feudis" (da wikipedia).

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        Les trois filles de la veuve

      - Literatura. (82) A. Marc. Paris. 1826 17 cm. 5 vols. Encuadernación en tapa dura con lomo estampado. Ducange, Victor 1783-1833. Idioma francés. 38F [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Handbuch der Pharmacie, nach dem gegenwärtigen Zustande der, auf selbe sich beziehende Wissenschaften, mit vorzugsweiser Berücksichtigung der österreichischen Pharmacopöe und der, auf die Pharmacie bezug habenden inländischen Sanitäts-Gesetze, bearbeitet. Band 1 und 2: Handbuch de pharmaceutischen Waaren- und Präparaten-Kunde, als vollständige Erläuterung der österreichischen Pharmacopöe. Band 3: Grundsätze der Pharmacie, nach Hagen's Lehrbuch der Apothekerkunst, mit Berücksichtigung der neuern vorzüglichen Lehrbücher desselben Faches, bearbeitet. Band 4: Grundlehren der Chemie, in Bezug auf Pharmacie, oder deutliche Uibersicht der wichtigsten chemischen Lehrsätze und Erfahrungen, welche bey den verschiedenen pharmaceutischen Operationen in Betracht zu ziehen sind, und auf die, durch selbe erzeugten Präparate Einfluß haben.

      Wien, Selbstverlag, 1826 - 1828.. 4 Bde. VIII + 436, 615 + 4, VI + 434 + 2, VIII + 766 S. Priv. Hld. der Zeit.. EA. - Ehemal. Bibliotheks-Expl. (St.), Bd. 3 u. 4 m. Reihentitel, Ebd. berieben, stockfleckig, Besitzsign. a. Schmutztitel, Gbrsp. -

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        Kriegsgeschichte von Bayern unter König Maximilian Joseph I. (4 Textbände und Atlas).

      München, (Geographisches Depot und Lindauer), 1826.. Atlas mit 12 gestochenen Karten von J. G. Mayr u. a. sowie gefalteter Tabelle., rote Halblederbände der Zeit mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt sowie (Atlas) bedruckter Original-Pappmappe, 21 x 13 cm bzw. 49 x 61 cm,. Deckelbezüge etwas angestaubt, sonst gut erhalten. Der seltene Atlas mit Karten von Kriegsschauplätzen zwischen 1800 und 1815, darunter Übersichtskarten von Deutschland, Italien, Frankreich und Polen (4 Blätter), Schlesien, Rußland und Frankreich, Detailkarten von Hohenlinden, Pultusk und Polotzk, Wagram mit Reichenhall und Lofer, Hanau, Danzig mit Thorn und Hüningen.

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        Diary of An Ennuyée

      London : Henry Colburn, 1826. 1st, 1st issue. Hard Cover. Very Good+. VERY GOOD SCARCE COPY OF ANNA JAMESON'S FIRST BOOK RE-TITLED4 3/4" x 7 1/2", x, [1], [3]-354pp + errata. Brown quarter leather original binding (corners & spine). Marbled cloth on front and rear boards. The spine has been expertly repaired. Gilt lettering and elaborate pattern embossed to spine with 5 raised bands. Edges with some light wearing. Internally clean and unmarked apart from foxing to front endpapers including previous owner's bookplate. Front endpaper has bookplate.  Pencil notes to blank opposite title page and rear endpapers. Tightly bound and square. The volume is in very good condition. Bookplate (Thomas Philip 2nd Earl de Grey, Wrest Park - 1781-1859). Earl de Grey was a British Tory politician and statesman of the 19th century. He was also a fellow of the Royal Society, a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, and served as one of the New Buckingham Palace Commissioners from 1848. Author's first book. A fictitious account of her travels in Italy. This book gained her a certain notoriety when it was revealed to be fictitious rather than strictly autobiographical."(Her husband, Robert ) Jameson encouraged his wife in writing and in the publishing of her first travel book. Published anonymously in 1826 by R. Thomas under the title "A Lady's Diary" and then again in 1826 by Colburn as "Diary of an Ennuyée". It was a romanticized and fictionalized version of her European trip ending with the death of its heart-broken narrator and heroine." quoted from Clara Thomas.

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        Traite de Legislation, ou Exposition des lois generales suivant lesquelles les peuples prosperent, deperissent ou restent stationnaires.

      Paris, Sautelet et Cie, 1826-1827.. 4 volumes in-8, plein veau brun marbre de l'epoque, dos a 5 faux-nerfs ornes de filets dores, roulette d'encadrement sur les plats (rel. frottees, dorures passees), xiv, 527 p., (2) f., 478 p., (2) f., 492 p. et (2) f., 538 p. Edition originale. Eleve et gendre de J.-B. Say, fondateur du 'Censeur' et chef de file des liberaux, l'auteur publia cet ouvrage a son retour d'Angleterre. Concu comme un "veritable traite d'economie sociale" (Blanqui), le 'Traite de legislation' exerca une influence determinante sur ses contemporains. "Monument scientifique" pour Coquelin & Guillaumin (I, p. 446), Bastiat en dira dans le "Libre-echange": 'Je ne connais aucun livre qui fasse plus penser, qui jette sur l'homme et la societe des apercus plus neufs et plus feconds'. Le quatrieme tome est entierement consacre a une etude approfondie sur l'ESCLAVAGE moderne et ses consequences politiques, culturelles et sociales. Comte examine ses pratiques dans les differentes colonies (hollandaises, britanniques, espagnoles, francaises essentiellement aux Antilles, etc.) et les conditions de son abolition. "La plus importante partie de l'ouvrage ; nulle part cette question n'a ete approfondie avec une plus grande independance de jugement et une plus riche profusion de faits" (Blanqui). Reliures frottees, dorures passees. Quelques aureoles..

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        Der Schmuggler

      1826. Aquarell auf Karton, unten rechts signiert und datiert: "E. Isabey 1826", 21,4 x 17,3 cm. Professionell unter säurefreiem Museumspassepartout montiert.. Eugene Isabeys OEuvre ist bestimmt von einer Leidenschaft für das Leben mit und auf dem Meer in all seinen Facetten. Regelmäßig bereiste er die Küsten der Normandie und der Bretagne. Hier nahm er die raue See, die ehrliche, harte Arbeit der Fischer und die besonderen Typen der Küstenregion in seinen Blick. Er widmete seine Aufmerksamkeit dabei ferner den Schattenseiten jenes harten Lebens, wie etwa dem Schmugglermilieu. Der Schleichhandel zwischen den britischen Inseln und dem europäischen Festland gehörte seit jeher zum Leben an der nordfranzösischen Küste. Eine besondere Blüte erlebte jene Schmugglerkultur zur Zeit der napoleonischen Kontinentalsperre (1806-14). Doch auch in den Jahrzehnten nach ihrer Aufhebung florierte der illegale Handel auf beiden Seiten des Kanals. Allein in siebzehn seiner Skizzen beschäftigt sich Isabey ausdrücklich mit Motiven aus dem litoralen Schwarzhandel. So auch im vorliegenden Blatt (Unser Blatt ist im Werksverzeichnis unter Nr.27 erwähnt. Vgl. Miquel 1980, WVZ Nr. 1527: Le Contrebandier; verkauft am 18. Dezember 1920, n° 67.): Hier legt der junge Künstler sein Augenmerk auf die Figur eines Schmugglers. Mit den beiden Hunden rastet der Schleichhändler auf dem abschüssigen Boden unter einer Klippe an der felsigen Küste, den langen Stab links neben sich an die Wand gelehnt. Zu seiner Rechten liegt das mit einer großen Schnalle am breiten Riemen geschnürte Bündel. Einer der Hunde schlummert, der zweite wacht neben der zusammengekauerten Figur. Der Schmuggler hat den Umhang aus grobem, an verschiedenen Stellen geflicktem Stoff fest um den Leib gewunden und harrt in seinem Versteck der Dinge. Der stoische, etwas schwermütige Ausdruck auf seinem Antlitz und die ruhig abwartende Haltung künden vom Alltag jenes Mannes, der geprägt ist vom geduldigen Warten und von einer Existenz im Verborgenen. Die düstere, etwas nachdenkliche Stimmung erreicht der Künstler durch eine gedämpfte Farbpalette in der dunkle Braun- und Beigetöne dominieren. Ferner konzentriert er die Aufmerksamkeit auf die kleine Szene, indem er die dunkle Figur des Schmugglers vor eine hell aufgleißende Partie der Felswand setzt. Dabei charakterisiert er die Felsen und den sandigen Untergrund in lockeren Stichen und Lavierungen in der Art, wie wir sie etwa aus der britischen Aquarellmalerei kennen. Und nicht von ungefähr erscheint dieser gewisse Einfluss der englischen Aquarellisten in unserem vorliegenden Blatt äußerst evident. Hatte Isabey doch im Sommer des Jahres vor der Entstehung unseres Blattes Großbritannien bereist. Zur gleichen Zeit hielten sich sowohl Isabey als auch Richard Parkes Bonington (unter anderem in Gesellschaft von Eugene Delacroix) in England auf. Später dann, im Herbst 1825, verbrachten Bonington und Isabey einige Zeit zusammen an der französischen Kanalküste, wo sie gemeinsame Zeichenexkursionen unternahmen.

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        Mémoires du Général Morillo, Comte de Carthagène, Marquis de la Puerta, relatifs aux Principaux Évenemens de ses Campagnes en Amérique de 1815 a 1821; suivis de deux précis de Don Jose Domingo Diaz, Secrétaire de la Junte de Caracas, et du Général Don Miguel de la Torre

      Paris: P. Dufart, 1826. First edition in French. Cloth. A very good copy, light soiling on original wrappers with a few small chips, foxing to title and scattered foxing elsewhere, two signatures in preface just starting, round crease on first few leaves. 8vo. E.D. Blossebille, ed. Morillo commanded the royalist armies in the highlands of Venezuela holding out against the forces of Bolivar, and concluded the armistice of Trujillo in 1820, thereafter returning to Spain. The memoires were later disowned by Morillo. "Estas mal llamadas memorias no son tales, ni fueron publicadas por Morillo si bien éste facilitó los documentos al vizconde de Blosseville cuyas iniciales aparecen en la introducción escrita por él. Incuye tres folletos impresos en Caracas y una biografía escrita por Sebastián Miñano, traducido todo por M. de Valcroissant y Blosseville" Palau X, p. 266. Palau 183041. Sabin 50703. Leclerc 3395. Quérard 4992. Barbier III: 118 f.

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        Danske Theater-Costumer tegnede og udgivne af Christian Bruun. Oehlenschlägerske Figurer. 37 tavler.

      . Kbhvn. 1826-1831. Trykt for Carl Elberling i Thieles Bogtrykkeri 1880. Med 37 opklaebede handkolorerede plancher visende teaterkostumer fra Oehlenschlägers skuespil og tragedier. 4to. Indbundet i samtidigt halvlaeder med gulddekorationer pa ryggen. * Kun dette ene eksemplar findes i naervaerende udstyr; formentlig for at imödekomme afleveringspligten blev titelbladet trykt i 3 eksemplarer pa foranledning af bibliotekar Carl Elberling, hvis exlibris findes pa forpermens inderside.<br>Bruun udgav i arene 1826-39 seks samlinger med i alt 155 handkolorerede kobberstik visende teaterkostumer, naervaerende 37 er udelukkende vedrörende Oehlenschlaegers skuespil og tragedier..

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        Statements and Observations Concerning the Hulks

      London: C. and J. Rivington, 1826. Octavo, a fine copy in handsome aquamarine half-calf with gilt lettering. The Thames Hulks condemned. Scathing report on the hulks, revealing the same problems that beset the system at the time of the First Fleet continued well into the nineteenth-century.In the preface, the author clearly states his aim is reform in Parliament, not vilification of the warders: 'It is not my intention in the following pages to charge misconduct on any of those, who have the care and or custody of the convicts in the hulks. The evils which prevail there, appear to me to be the result of a defective system of management, and to require the interference of Parliament for the correction...'George Holford (1768?-1839) was a Cambridge educated lawyer who served as MP for various constituencies from 1803 to 1826. Although in his early life a playwright and author of works on politics and religion, once he became an MP he established himself as a persistent crusader for prison reform, author of works such as this one, and An account of the General Penitentiary at Millbank (1828).

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        Ledetraad for Underviisningen i Felttjeneste og anvendt Taktik ved det Kongelige Landcadetcorps. 2 bd.

      . Kbhvn. 1826-27. XVI + 254 + VIII + 439 + (1) s. Indb. i eet samt. hlvldrbd. (Bibl. Dan. II, 345)..

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        Historia Antigua de Megico. sacada de los mejores historiadores espanoles, y de los manuscritos, y de las pinturas antiguas de los Indios. adornada con mapas y estampas, e ilustrada con disertaciones sobre la tierra, los animales, y los habitantes de Megi

      London: R Ackermann, 1826 2 volumes. xxxii+442 pages with foldout frontispiece map, tables and 19 plates (one folding); iv+449+[2 ad] pages with foldout frontispiece map one plate. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 6 1/4" bound in half red leather with gilt lettering to spine, marbled boards and marbled page ends. Translated from the Italian edition, first published in Cesena, 1780-81) by Jose Joaquin de Mora. (Palau 55481; Sabin 13520) First edition into Spanish.Francisco Javier Clavijero was a Novohispano Jesuit teacher, scholar and historian. After the expulsion of the Jesuits from Spanish colonies (1767), he went to Italy, where he wrote a valuable work on the pre-Columbian history and civilizations of Mesoamerica and the central Mexican altiplano.Clavijero?s Historia antigua de México was the most influential history of Mexico since Jose de Acosta?s Historia natural y moral de las Indias in 1590. It was, according to Clavijero, a history of Mexico written by a Mexican. His historical work, written in Italy, offers an amazing combination of Scholastic theology, modern natural history, enlightened history, and a criticism of enlightenment that anticipated Romanticism. Clavijero was one of the most engaged interlocutors of Cornelius De Pauw and Buffon in the "Dispute of the New World". According to his biographer Juan Maneiro, he was already writing his Historia Antigua de México when the Philosophical Investigations by De Pauw came out. An enlightened view of the historical process predominates in his Historia antigua de México. This can be seen in his encyclopedic spirit, as well as in his use of primary sources and the writings of other recognized historians in his only historical work. It is a quite admirable is his view of the historical development of Mexican Indians as a social phenomenon with roots in the pre-Hispanic past, without connecting them to any ancient people from other continents. In the words of José Emílio Pereira, his Historia Antigua de México is an essential piece for the recuperation of the Indian world - particularly the Aztec one - from the triple perspective of Catholicism, classical culture and enlightenment. By opposing certain aspects of European enlightened philosophy Clavijero is offering a Creole enlightenment. Elías Trabuse diagnoses in him an attraction toward the enlightened philosophers and historians in search of a meaning in History, breaking with the antiquarian historians who reduce their works to a compilation of facts. But, differently from them, he did not assume an attitude of neglecting the details. At the same time that Clavijero broke with the schemes of this Spanish historiography, he confronted the bias and preconceptions of the "philosophical history" from the depreciators of the Americas.Condition:Corners bumped and rubbed, rubbing to hinges, early spine tags, inked number stamps to title pages, monor foxing and offsetting. Early book plates to front pastedowns else a very good set.

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        Geschichte des Rationalismus und des Supernaturalismus vornehmlich in Beziehung auf das Christenthum Nebst einigen ungedruckten Briefen von Kant

      Göttingen, Vandenhoeck 1826. 20 cm. 12, 476 Seiten Festeinband, Pappband der Zeit - Ziegenfuss II, 624 - Erstausgabe. Enthält auf S. 469-76 3 Briefe Kants an Stäudlin in Erstdruck. Etwas berieben, Ecken angestoßen. Auf Vorsatz Besitzvermerk Efraim Liljequist (1865 - 1941), datiert Upsala 1892 -

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        Künstler Lieder. - Separatdruck von 9 Vignetten aus der 2. Auflage des illustrierten Gedichtbandes von J.M. Usteri.

      o.J. , 1826,. quer kl. in 8-vo, 9 Kupferstichtafeln, leicht stockfleckig, erste Bl. mit eingeknickten Ecken, Original-Heft d. Zeit. Einmaliger Separatdruck mit 9 Kupferstichen von verschiedenen Schweizer Künstlern, welche als Vignetten die 2. Auflage des Werks ,Künstler-Lieder' von Joh. Martin Usteri zieren (Basel, 1826). Ein Gedichtband, welcher der "geselligen Unterhaltung und Erhöhung der Freuden beim jährlichen trauten Verein schweizerischer Künstler und Kunstfreunde in Zofingen" diente. Auf der 2. Tafel erscheint eines der wenigen bekannten Werke des jung verstorbenen Johann Lutz (1804-1832), Berner Wappenmaler und Kupferstecher: das Wappen der Schweizerischen Künstlergesellschaft nach einem Entwurf von J.E. Wyss. Ein Werk, welches er mit 22 Jahren für die 2. Auflage des Künstlerliederhandbuches schuf. Weitere Stiche stammen von H. Meyer, mehrere vom Maler und Graphiker F. Hegi (1774-1850), so die Illustrationen zu dem gleichbenannten Gedicht "Fritzens Berufswahl" und "Fritzens Farbenreiber-Klage" und von I. Lips (Maler und Kupferstecher von Zürich, 1758-1817). Auf der letzten Tafel erscheinen wandernde Maler vor einem Wegweiser nach Zofingen.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Thieme/Becker 16, 247 / 23, 279; Brun 2, 266ff. u. 297; Appenzeller, Kupferstecher Franz Hegi, Nr. 718 + 719; zu Künstlerliedern cf. Lonchamp 1720.

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        Galleri till Fredmans Epistlar och Sanger

      Stockholm, Carl Deleen 1826 - Folio. Contemporary 1/4 leather over marbled boards. Stockholm: Carl Deleen, 1826. 26 hand-colored etched plates by Elias Chiewitz. Scattered foxing. Plate 16 has a repaired tear in blank lower margin. Lovely plates of 19th century Swedish costume. Suite of plates illustrating Bellman's chief works, 2 collections of drinking songs titled Fredmans Epistlar and Fredmans Sanger. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentaries on American Law. Four Volumes. Cohen 5398

      First edition of a pre-eminent work of American law, praised by Story and, in Lawrence Friedman's words, "immediately [becoming] the standard general treatise on law in the United States", devolving on Kent the sobriquet of "The American Blackstone". Contemporary calf, lightly rubbed and some light foxing, else a very good set, once that of Francis Granger, with his ownership signature in all volumes. Published by O. Halsted [etc.] [imprint varies], New-York, 1826-30.

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        Lehrbuch des Deutschen Styles. Herausgegeben von Karl v. Reinhard.,

      Berlin, In der Schüppel&#145;schen Buchhandlung, 1826. - Erstausgabe. - Einband berieben u. etw. bestoßen. Tlw. schwach gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Selten. - Wilpert/G. 26; Kosch II, 296; Goedeke IV/1, 1017, 92; Hirschberg 74. Sprache: ge Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. XII, 572 S., Marmor. Ppbd. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Gelbschnitt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Greenwich Hospital, a Series of Naval Sketches, Descriptive of the Life of a Man-Of-War's Man By an Old Sailor

      London: James Robins and Co., 1826. 200 pages plus 12 hand-colored plates by George Cruikshank with 16 woodcuts in text. In original binding with dark leather backstrip over plain brown boards. Top edge gilt. Boards rubbed, worn and damp-wrinkled. Light wrinkling throughout. Colored plates are clean and bright.Barking Dog Books and Art LLC has been an independent bookseller online since 2002. Orders are processed promptly, carefully packed, and shipped with delivery confirmation.. First Edition. Half-Leather. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Cruikshank, George. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Plate 21 (shells)

      Edmund A. Crouch 1826 - Edmund A. Crouch An Illustrated Introduction to Lamarck&#146;s Conchology London: 1826 Hand-colored engravings with pencil notations; 12&#148; x 9 ½&#148; framed

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        An History of the Abbey of Glaston; and the Town of Glastonbury

      Richard Cruttwell, Bath 1826 - vi, [2], cxlviii, [3], 152-280pp, ciii, [1], plates. Rebound in modern half calf and comb pattern marbled paper over boards, raised bands, spine six panels, title in gilt to second panel, author to fourth, bands bordered with gilt single rule, all edges marbled. Externally near fine. Internally some light browning and occasional spot of foxing, small round damp stain to bottom margin of Mm and Nn, with small hole to Nn1, but the text is generally quite bright and clean. Plates foxed and browned to edges, damp stain to corner (outside of plate mark), images generally clean. With twenty plates (one coloured) as called for. Lowndes 2845 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De la paralysie consideree chez les alienes

      Paris: Bailliere, 1826. 1st edition. Calmeil, Louis Florentin (1798-1895). De la paralysie consideree chez les alienes, recherches faites dans le service de feu M. Royer-Collard et de M. Esquirol. 8vo. [4] ii, 446pp. Paris and London: J.-B. Bailliere, 1826. 198 x 122 mm. Modern quarter morocco, marbled boards in period style. Light browning, but very good. One signature misbound. First Edition. Garrison-Morton 4797. Calmeil was a pupil of the French psychiatrist Esquirol. His treatise contains the classic description of general paralysis of the insane, along with an attempt to correlate the pathology of the disease with its clinical manifestations. However, Calmeil did not recognize that general paralysis was a separate disease entity (syphilis) and not simply a complication of mental illness. Norman 389. Zilboorg & Henry, p. 529. 305

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      MILANO, STUCCHI, 1826 - 1828Incisione originale, lieve coloritura all'acquerello dell'epoca ai confini, inscritta entro doppia cornice graduata . Titolo all'angolo superiore sinistro entro ricco paesaggio animato descrittivo del territorio dell' Oceania ,più in basso legenda a descrizione della nuova terra scoperta . Mappa dell' Oceania che mostra anche l' Australia, Nuova Zelanda, Nuova Guinea e Borneo e piccola parte dei territori confinanti, Cina , Giappone ,America Settentrionale e Meridionale. Tavola tratta da Atlante geografico Universale , disegnata ed incisa da Stanislao Stucchi , abile incisore milanese le sue opere spaziano dalla vedutistica alle carte geografiche. Esemplare in buone condizioni conservative

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        "Das Kloster Hirsau mit seinen Ruinen". Gesamtansicht.

      . Lithographie von L. Ekemann-Alesson, 1826, 25,5 x 32 cm.. Schefold 3058. - Breitrandig und tadellos.

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        A History of British Birds

      Newcastle: Him, Longman and Co, 1826. Sixth. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 2 volumes in full polished calf with armorial devices to the front boards, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Hinges a little rubbed and one splitting slightly, wear at corners, a touch of sunning to the rear board of volume 1. Small quartos, 9 1/2" x 6", nice, tall, wide margined copies, slight foxing but mostly very clean and fresh internally. xliv, 382pp; xxii, 432pp. Size: Quarto (4to). 2-volume set (complete). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Animals & Birds; Inventory No: 045215.

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      John Murray, 1826. marbled boards Quarter bound leather. Good. 1st Edition; xvi, 435pp, illustrated, 22 plates, of which 2 in colour [a lemming and a red coral] and a b/w map of Stockholm. In addition 11 small lithographic prints on India-paper tipped-in in the text. Sir Arthur de Capell Brooke, 2nd Baronet (born in Northamptonshire 22 June 1791 ?- 6 December 1858) was a British baronet and travel writer, Fellow of the Royal Society (1823) and co-establisher of the Raleigh Club (1827). A classic travel narrative illustrated with beautiful lithographic plates depicting winter scenes and the general life in the north including how to travel with reindeers. The author is immersed in the mythology of the polar winter and its inhabitants, humans as well as animals. The plates captures the feel of the landscape and its people in a quite facinating way. Front board detached, pencil annotations in margins, Ex Library, Library bookplate on verso front board, library binding and covers in very poor condition. Discrete library stamp on plates, pages age toned, some foxing, odd stain but overall very clean condition. Good. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Arctic & Antarctic; Antarctic; Inventory No: 1994. .

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Wien, 2. X. 1826. - ½ S. 4to. An Franz Xaver von Peball, den Verweser des Kommunitäts-Radwerks Nr. VI in Vordernberg (Steiermark): "Bis jetzt bleibet es bey meinem Abgehen von hier am 8-9. worüber ich bereits mein Haus benachrichtigte [.] neues giebt es hier gar nicht - und das Gerüchte rücksichtlich Göß scheint nur zu den vielen Lügen zu gehören welche aus Leoben kommen, indeß will ich doch des Spaßes wegen nachfragen [.] Unser Kaiser ist sehr gesund und da alle Leute Ihm [!] zu Pferde sehen so werden die falschen Gerüchte auf einige Zeit still seyn [.]". - Erzherzog Johann, der 1822 das Vordernberger Radgewerk Nr. 2 erworben hatte, sollte bis zum Ende des Jahrzehnts die anderen ortsansässigen Radmeister vom Eintritt in eine "Bergunion" überzeugen, deren Gründungsvertrag heute als eigentliches Gründungsdokument der Oesterreichisch-Alpine Montangesellschaft (ÖAMG) gilt, aus der im vergangenen Jahrhundert die Vereinigten Österreichischen Eisen- und Stahlwerke (VÖEST) und später die Voestalpine AG hervorgehen sollte. Unter Johanns Einfluß auch ersteigerte die "Vordernberger Radmeisterkommunität" das Stift Göss, wo auf die Initiative des Erzherzogs hin eine bergmännische Lehranstalt, die &#132;Steiermärkisch-Ständische Montanlehranstalt", gegründet wurde, die 1849 nach Leoben verlegt werden sollte und aus der 1904 die &#132;Montanistische Hochschule" und 1975 die &#132;Montanuniversität Leoben" hervorging. - Etwas gebräunt und mit kleineren Randläsuren. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Bachelier, Paris 1826 - RO40158869: 442 pages pour le tome I, 509 pages pour le tome II et 516 pages pour le tome III. Illustrés de très nombreuses figures et gravures en noir et blanc sur planches dépliables en fin d'ouvrages. Titre, tomaison, fleurons et bandeaux dorés sur les dos. Tranches marbrées. Manques sur les dos en coiffes de tête et de pied. A l'usage des Artistes et des Ouvriers, des Sous-Chefs et des Chefs d'ateliers et de manufactures. Professé au Conservatoire Royal des Arts et Métiers, Par le Baron Charles Dupin. Tome I: Géométrie. Tome II: Méchanique. Tome III: Dynamie. In-12 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 620-Art de l'ingénieur et activités connexes [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letter from the Secretary of War Regarding Florida Indians [Seminole Interest] [Slavery Interest]

      Washington, D.C.: Gales & Seaton, 1826. 1st Edition. Trade Paperback Trade Paperback. Very Good. (Government & Law, Americana) BARBOUR, James, Thomas L. McKenney, William P. Duval, et al. Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting the information required of the House of Representatives, of the 16th of May last, in relation to the Florida Indians [19th Congress, 2nd Session, Doc. No. 17]. Washington, D.C.: Gales & Seaton, 1826. First Edition. Paper wrappers, 39 pages [disbound]. Removed from larger volume. Foxing and edge wear. Very Good condition overall. A series of communication initiated after a party of Indians who were hunting in an area contrary to a previous treaty “fell in with an innocent and unoffending man in this county, shot and scalped him.” Contents include correspondences between James Barbour [Secretary of War], Thomas L. McKenney [General Superintendent of Indian Affairs], William P. Duval [Governor of Florida], and others. At one point, it is stated that the “Indians must be protected, on the one hand, from the press of white people, of which you speak, and the white people from the depredation of Indians, on the other.” Another section even addresses rules with the Native American regarding slaves: “No buying or selling of slaves will be permitted by the agent, or the agency. If the Indians own slaves, they are their property; if they secrete runaway slave, they must give them up to their rightful owners.”

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      Boston: Sold [by Wells and Lilly] at No. 91, Court Street, [1826]. Broadside. Good. Broadside, approximately x inches (printed area approximately inches), printed in three columns with a table, relief-printed image, and ornamental borders. Contemporary price inscription in lower margin, early folds, with a few minor tears (not affecting text or image), toning and mild foxing. Good to very good. An elaborate Boston broadside attacking Andover Theological Seminary for "two-faced" Calvinism. The author prints his Moloch, a Janus-like portrait half in light extending an olive branch, half in shadow wielding a whip and casting thunderbolts, between the orthodoxy "for Sabbath afternoons[,] crowded congregations, revival meetings, &c. &c." and that "for Sabbath mornings, private meetings, select companies, &c. &c.," the former using language of free will and grace, the latter of "Fix't Fate" and "Free Wrath." Andover Theological Seminary was founded early in the Unitarian Controversy of 1805-1835, during which "Orthodox" Calivinist Congregationalists split from their more liberal Congregationalist peers, who were tending toward Unitarian theology. After the appointment of leading liberal preacher Henry Ware to the Hollis Chair at Harvard in 1805, Harvard's Calvinist faction left the college and founded Andover Seminary as a Orthodox alternative for the training of ministers in 1807 (making it the oldest graduate institution in the U.S.). It immediately began grappling with questions of how to represent Calvinism in its full harshness to 19th-century audiences holding gentler and more nuanced worldviews than their Puritan forebears. The author of the present broadside found their efforts disingenuous. From the concluding paragraphs: "The pagans in the east represent some of their deities as delighting in human blood, and boast that one of them can drink a boatful at once. But the Moloch of Orthodoxy is represented as delighting in the eternal damnation of myriads of human beings and to glut his devilish appetite, has fore-ordained from all eternity, that a certain number of the human race shall writhe and gnash their teeth in eternal agonies, plunged in a burning pool of liquid fire; and that not because they were more wicked than the rest of mankind, but merely because it is his SOVEREIGN WILL. Formerly this Idol was exhibited to open view, and the priests in their public administrations at his shrine, did not hesitate to eulogise hus greatest deformities and thunder out their anathemas against those who refused their admiration. But they have lately discovered that this is not good policy, that the people are fast leaving them and crowding around other altars. And to prevent a total desertion of their Moloch Worship, and if possible to recover their lost influence, they have now thrown a veil over their Idol, and exhibit him only as his worshippers are able to bear it. They affirm that he is no longer the same Moloch he was once; that his features have been so modeled by some of his modern votaries as to be quite another thing; or to speak without a figure, that modern Calvinists do not believe in the same sanguinary doctrines as their ancient brethren. But it requires no great penetration to see even through the thick veil of sophistry thrown over the Idol, that he is still the same bloody Moloch he ever was." Rare, with OCLC locating two copies, at the American Antiquarian Society and the New-York Historical Society.

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        Plan manuscrit avec rehauts d'aquarelle donnant le plan de l&#146;École militaire de Saint-Cyr, encadré par deux plans en coupe de niveau et vue perspective du bâtiment central.

      1826 - Livre ancien Très beau plan original de l&#146;École militaire de Saint-Cyr donnant l'emplacement détaillé des baraquements, bastions, redoutes, champs de bataille tels qu'ils étaient au début du XIXème siècle. Document aussi décoratif qu'intéressant.

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        MARTIRIO DE’ SANTI PADRI DEL MONTE SINAI E DELL’EREMO DI RAITU COMPOSTO DA AMMONIO MONACO Volgarizzamento fatto nel buon secolo della nostra lingua non mai stampato.

      Milano, presso Ant. Fort. Stella, 1826. In-8 p. (mm. 225x145), bross. orig., pp. 55. Rara "prima edizione". Cfr. Cappelletti, p. 17: ?"E?' questa un?'operetta composta dal Leopardi il quale seppe si propriamente imitare le forme dei trecentisti, che per iscrittura di quell?'età fu da alcuni reputata. Il filologo Francesco Zambrini mette in dubbio che il padre Cesari la prendesse per roba del Trecento ?'perchè egli dice, uomini assai da meno del Cesari, conobbero a prima giunta la piacevole burla di quel grande letterato. Se non ci fosse altro, l?'arte vi è manifesta?'?" - Mazzatinti,662 - Gamba,1114 - Cat. Fondo Leopardiano (Comune di Milano,1958), n. 81: ?"Non contraffazione leopardiana di uno scritto del ?'300, ma in realtà veramente traduzione da Francesco Combefis "Illustrium Christi martyrum lecti Triumphi vetustis Graecorum monumentis consignati" (Parigi, 1660), opera citata da Leopardi nella prefazione al libro?". Solo qualche lieviss. fiorit., altrim. esempl. con barbe, ben conservato.

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        MES SOUVENIRS D'EGYPTE Revus et publiés par Raoul-Rochette et ornés de gravures.

      Paris, Nepveu, 1826. In-24 gr. (mm. 135 x 83), 2 voll. in 1, mz. pelle coeva, stemma e titolo in oro al dorso, pp. XXVIII,174; (4),192; molto ben illustrato f.t. da 9 pregevoli tavv. inc. in rame e colorate a mano di cui: 1 (più volte ripieg.) raffigura una carovana nel deserto di fronte alle piramidi e 7 sono dedicate a donne e uomini nei loro abiti tradizionali. Interessante resoconto che dettagliatamente descrive il paese e gli usi e costumi dei suoi abitanti. E?' un importante Supplemento alla grande opera del Barone Heinrich von MInutoli, inviato dal governo prussiano ad intraprendere una missione scientifica in Egitto e all?'oasi di Siwa. L?'A. aveva accompagnato il marito in questa spedizione. "Edizione originale". Cfr. Colas,2060 - Lipperheide,1585 - Dawson and Uphill ?"Who was who in Egyptology?", p. 204. Solo occhietto restaur. per strappi, qualche lieve fiorit. ma complessivam. ben conservato.

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        FLORA VENETA O DESCRIZIONE DELLE PIANTE CHE NASCONO NELLA PROVINCIA DI VENEZIA Disposta secondo il sistema linneano e colla indicazione al metodo di Jussieu modificato dal De-Candolle.

      Venezia, Bonvecchiato, 1826-1828. In-8 gr. (mm. 275 x 185), 6 voll. in 2 tomi, tela mod., tit. oro al dorso, pp. 127; 135; 170,(2); 150,(2); 142,(2); 133,(3). "Manca" la tav. inc. in rame. E' questo il più completo dei trattati fino ad allora pubblicati, a partire dal primo del Donati apparso nel 1631. Il Naccari, oltre ad aggiungere nella sua opera piante mai prima menzionate, vi ha inserito principi di botanica applicata indicando le proprietà mediche o economiche di ciascuna pianta. Cfr. Pritzel,6593 - Cicogna,5584 - Brunet,VI,5107. Qualche fiorit. solo sulle prime 8 carte di ciasc. vol. altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        Historical and Descriptive Account of the Palace and Chapel - Royal of Holyroodhouse

      Edinburgh Scotland: J. Cunningham & J.& J. Johnstone, 1826. 21 pages; with 8 engravings, collated complete; including: the frontispiece dedication with the arms of Alexander, Duke of Hamilton, the Heritable Keeper of the Palace of Holyroodhouse; title page with the Ancient Horologe in the Royal Garden; the Palace, west front; from the Royal Garden; the east front; the interior of the quadrangle; the state room; the chapel - royal west front; the interior looking east; at back is letterpress descriptive text to accompany the plates as well as material on the history of the palace and chapel - royal; the paper large-margined; approx. 8 3/4" x 11 1/4" size; bound in the original illustrated and printed beige paper-covered boards; old tissue-guards still present; spine paper chipped away at top and bottom, edges of spine frayed; binding soiled and worn, plates foxed in the outer margins, with no or light intrusion into the plate areas; one plate page with long (3") marginal tear, not into the plate mark or image; a text page with brown spot, about 1 1/2"; overall and offset; in generally good condition and of interest for the architectural history of this famous royal landmark outside of Edinburgh, still maintained as the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.

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        WILSON FAMILY LETTERS: Sent to Silver Creek, Chautauqua County, NY beginning 1826

      FR/--. 1826-1892. Letters. Collection includes Data on Wilson Genealogy and George Tappen - Anna Kierstede marriage. These are letters from family members back to Silver Creek, NY. Letters from Scotland are from Johnstone, Bride of Mews, Glasgow, Linwood, etc. include names Aunt Jane Crawford, John Reid, James Wilson, etc. Other letters are from East Cambridge, Shegoygan Falls, WI, Burlington, WI, Waupum, WI, Okland, MO, Dixon, IL, Brighton, WI and Southport. Most of the letters are addressed to James Wilson who became a US citizen 27th. June 1837. 14 letters are stampless covers and there are many other 19th. century letters all collected in an open wooden box stamped "Colorado" .

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        Oeuvres Diverses Accompagnées D'une Notice Sur Sa Vie et Ses ouvrages. 32 Volumes

      Chez P. Dupont, Paris 1826 - 32 volumes in-8 reliure demi basane, titre au dos, plats et gardes marbrés, reliure uniforme d'époque. Tome 1 et 2 : Théâtre. Tome 3 : Poésies. Tome 4 : Eloges. Tome 5 : Discours. Tome 6 et 7 : Les douze Césars. Tome 8 : Traductions. Tome 9 : Psautier. Tome 10, 11, 12, 13 : Correspondance et littérature. Tome 14 et 15 : Littérature et critique. Tome 16 : fragments de l'apologie de la religion. Tome 17 à 30 : cours de littérature. Tome 31 et 32 : Philosophie du XVIIIè siècle. Bel ensemble bien relié.

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        AN ESSAY ON THE STRENGTH AND STRESS OF TIMBER, founded upon experiments at the Royal Military Academy.Preceded by an historical review of former theories and experiments.Also an appendix on the strength of iron, and other materials

      Printed for J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library, London 1826 - Third edition, corrected (first was 1817). Octavo, pp (2), xviii, 306, (2, ads), 16 (ads) + 6 folding plates at rear; tables in text. Bound in original drab boards, paper spine label. Spine and label a bit darkened; wear to spine ends; backstrip neatly reattached, with, paper gaps at joints but still firm; inner hinges neatly repaired with rice paper; soiling to upper rear cover; ink name and abrasion from removed label inside front cover; 1832 ink name in top margin of title page; occasional foxing and yellowing to text; foxing to folding plates; small ink drop on fore edges but with scant penetration into text margins; in all, a VG copy in original state. This was the first major British book on the strength of materials and remained a standard text for over 50 years, going into seven editions. The first two editions are rare, making this the first readily findable edition of an important British engineering book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Hobart Town Gazette. Saturday, June 10, 1826

      Hobart: George Terry Howe, 1826. Bifolium, 4 pp., a little rubbed and browned, very good overall. Runaway convicts 'basking on the sunny beach'. An unusually exiting issue: we learn of bushrangers aided by convicts escaped from a gang working on Maria island, and the dissolute life led by runaway convicts. Indeed, the best part of an entire page is devoted to the runaways, who are accused of coercing Aboriginal women: 'every other labour is performed by the native women, whom these unprincipled men carry off from the main, and compel to hunt, work, and fish, an do every other menial service; while they themselves sit on the beach and smoke, drink and sleep by turns, occasionally perhaps rousing to kill a young seal while basking on the sunny beach.'Other matters are more pedestrian, one notice pleads for parents to have their children inoculated against the pox as 'a safeguard against such a scourge upon the Human Race' We also learn of the excitement of new vegetable crop seeds arrived from England, the float of Van Diemen's Land company shares, shipping news, notices of goods newly imported and now for sale, government contracts and tenders, and the like.

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        Vivian Grey. FIRST EDITION

      London: Henry Colburn, 1826. FIVE VOLUME SET, FIRST EDITIONS,volumes one and two dated 1826, three to five dated 1827, later late nineteenth century three quarter red leather hardcover, spines with five raised bands ruled, lettered and numbered in gilt, printed title pages to all volumes with half titles to volumes two and five and errata line to volume five half title, 266, 236, 333, 362 & 324 pages, minor rubbing to extremities, otherwise a very attractive complete set of the first edition. H.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Catalog meiner Insecten-Sammlung. Erster Theil: Käfer.

      Nürnberg, Gedruckt auf Kosten des Verfassers, 1826. 8vo (220 x 125mm). pp. viii, 207, (1), 16, (2), with 4 hand-coloured engraved plates. Recent half calf, spine with gilt lines and lettering. Horn-Schenkling 21702.

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