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        Descripto Musei Anatomici. Icon Hepatis Foetus Octimestris Quam Impletis Vasculis Arteriosis, Naturali Colore Expressam. Icones Anatomico-Physiologicae Partium Corporis Humani et Animalium. Bound as one volume

      [First Edition]. Brown half-leather cover over marbled boards. G- : in Good condition minus without dust jacket. Crack to leather at foot of spine. Boards rubbed, especially at edges. Scuffs to leather in places Upper gutter cracked. Some loss from lower edge of spine. Section excised from prelim. Ex-library from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. 270mm x 230mm (11" x 9"). xviii, 415, 8, vii, 55pp + plates. With thirteen hand-coloured engraved plates. Icon Hepatis Foetus Octimestris Quam Impletis Vasculis Arteriosis, Naturali Colore Expressam - 1789.

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        Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa in the years 1822, 1823 and 1824, By Major Denham, Captain Clapperton, and the late Doctor Oudney, Extending Across the Great Desert to the Tenth Degree of Northern Latitude, And From Kouka in Bornou, to Sackatoo, The Capial of the Fellatah Empire

      London: John Murray, 1826. London: John Murray, 1826. First edition. Leather_bound. 1826 First Edition. 4to. Two Vols. in one. Half brown peddled calf leather over marble cloth with five raised bands and gilt decor, marble edges. Pagination: Marble endpapers, two blank papers, frontispiece, title page, vi-xlviii, 335p, xx, 269p, list of plates, 3 engravings of weaponry, large folding MAP of route, two blank pages, marbled end paper. Total 37 engravings (one aquatint) plus large folding map. Several in text wood engravings. Tight bindings, clean, free of tears and markings. Shelf wear and rubbing on covers. Printed by: Thomas Davison. Engravings by: E. Finden. Bookplate inside cover; John Maxton. John Maxton signed his name at the top of the Title page - no other markings. Book is Complete and would be a nice addition to any collection. Please email any questions. We also are happy to email additional photos upon request.

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        Carta esferica del Rio de la Plata en la America del Sur, levantada por Don Andres Oyarvide

      , 1826. Amongst the rarest charts of the River Plate, by the most important cartographer in Buenos Aires. c.1826. Buenos Aires. 1040 mm x 810 mm. Recently mounted on linen, foxing to folds mainly.A rare map of the Rio de la Plata, wonderfully engraved by Besnes Irigoyen. Aizpurua (1774 ? 1833) was a Spanish navy officer and pilot; he moved to Buenos Aires at a young age, the city still being the seat of the Viceroyalty of La Plata. Once there he was appointed as pilot of the Bergatin Tigre and began his cartographic activities mapping the region. During the wars of independence he sided with the revolutionaries and stayed in Buenos Aires; his knowledge of the region ?he having mapped a large portion of it- and his understanding of hydrographical reality and navigation of the River Plate granted him the commission from Brown as Chief Pilot of the argentine fleet during the war against Brazil. For a river such as the Plata, said knowledge may be decisive in the outcome of the engagement. His charts, under the recommendation of Brown himself, were acquired by the Nation and compiled into one chart ?this one- by Andres Oyarbide. The map includes two cartouches and inset maps of the Port of Montevideo and Maldonado, as well as coastal profiles; historical explanation of the "Derrota de Montevideo a Buenos Ayres por el N. Del Banco Chico" and "Derrotas por el S. del Banco Chico, o Costa del sur". It was drawn by Manuel Besnes e Irigoyen (1789 ? 1865), a celebrated Uruguayan painter, which accounts for its artistic beauty.

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        THE ARCHITECTURE OF MARCUS VITRUVIUS POLLIO, IN TEN BOOKS. Translated from the latin by Joseph Gwilt.

      London, Priestley and Weale, 1826. XL + 413 pages. Illustrated b/w and with 10 plates.from each book. Boud full calf with gold dec. spine and boards and innerhinges with engraved pattern and goldline.. Original edition. Ex-libris inside binding. Only small wear on edges. Spine with tear. A very nice copy. (Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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      1826. or The Court of Henry III. Keeping Festival in Ardenne. A Romance. ST. ALBAN'S ABBEY, A Metrical Tale; with Some Poetical Pieces. To Which is Prefixed A Memoir of the Author, with extracts from her journals. In Four Volumes. London: Henry Colburn, 1826. 1 leaf undated ads in Vols I and IV. Original light brown paper-covered boards with printed labels. First Edition of this novel by the writer who is considered one of the founders of Gothic literature, best-known for her THE MYSTERIES OF UDOLPHO (1794). Anne Radcliffe became immensely popular from her first five Gothic novels, but then after writing this sixth one she stopped writing and became a recluse (so much so that some decades later, Christina Rossetti planned a biography of her, only to give up after deciding that not enough about her life could be found). In this tale (written in 1802 but not published until 1826, three years after the author's death), the title character's wedding is interrupted by a man claiming that the groom-to-be murdered a family-member; a trial ensues, some want the truth suppressed, ghosts intervene... Often compared to Matthew Gregory Lewis and his Gothic tale THE MONK, she ultimately pointed out that while he was going for an atmosphere of horror, she was aiming for an atmosphere of terror.~"Gaston de Blondeville" occupies Vols I and II and into Vol III; "St. Alban's Abbey" the rest of Vol III into Vol IV; and "Some Poetical Pieces" the bulk of Vol IV. As with the copy cited by Wolff, there is a half-title only in Vols III and IV ("The Posthumous Works of Mrs. Radcliffe").~This copy is still in the original 1826 boards-and-labels, and has not been "doctored" or "improved" or "sophisticated" in any way. Condition is near-fine (minor cracking at some joints as one would expect with paper-covered boards); most of the leaves after the end of "Gaston de Blondeville" (i.e. part of Vol III and all of Vol IV) remain unopened. Quite remarkable condition for four original-binding volumes approaching their 200th anniversary. Wolff 5680; NCBEL III 759. [Note: though Mrs. Radcliffe's first name is generally spelled "Ann" today, it is "Anne" on the title pages and spine labels of this book.].

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      , 1826 1826. FINLEY, Anthony. [MAP] MISSOURI AND THE TERRITORY OF ARKANSAS. [From A NEW AMERICAN ATLAS DESIGNED PRINCIPALLY TO ILLUSTRATE THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA.] Philadelphia: A. Finley, 1826. Engraved hand-colored map, 19"x 24", drawn by D.H. Vance and engraved by J.H. Young. Lightly soiled with faint off-setting.

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        Etymons of English words

      "Oliver & Boyd and Longman, Rees, [et al.]" Edinburgh 1826 Edinburgh: "Oliver & Boyd and Longman, Rees, [et al.]". 1826. "First edition, 4to, pp. [4], 27, [1] plus unpaginated lexicon in double column; slightly later green cloth, gilt lettering on spine; some foxing but still a nice copy. In another copy of the book we sold some time ago was the inscription in an unidentified hand: ""These etymons were not publd.-- only printed for the family."" Kennedy 8392, citing one other work by the same author, ""Observations Introductory to a Work on English Etymology,"" London, 1818. Thomson's Etymons sets out ""to trace the descent of English words; their affinity with the different dialects of Gothic spoken in Europe; and the connexion between our own and some other tongues both of Europe and Asia"" (from the Preface). NUC lists an 1819 edition of the same title, but with only 24pp. and with words beginning at the letter ""M."" Of the 1826 edition, NUC locates 10 copies, casting doubt on the earnestness of the inscription. Vancil, p. 235."

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        Ali. "Ali, Vizier of Albanien, also called Pacha of Jonnina

      Philhellenic: London " In course of Publication in London by A. Friedal & sold by the principal book & printsellers in town & Country." June 1826. Black & white lithograph portrait of Ali Pacha from the second edtion of Friedals "Series of Greek Portraits (4th part)" verso blank. The portrait bust, shows Ali in fur trimmed coat, smoking a chibouque; printed signature in turkish. Ali was considered part of the revolution despite his previous crimes against the Greek and Albanian populations because he went against the Supreme Porte. Clean and bright , Adam [de] Friedal, there is much confusion about Friedal's origins, He is supposed to be a Danish Phihellene and apparently passed himself off as a Baron. St Clair tells us that Friedal carried a lithographic press on his back whilst in Greece where he seems to have been between 1821-24.. He was at Missolonghi for a while with Lord Byron and married the sister of one of Byron's artificers, John Hodges. Byron wrote a letter introducing Friedal to the notice of the London Greek Commitee. Friedal returned and settled in London and produced his first portrait of Mavrocordato dated September 1824. "The Greeks. Twenty-four Portraits (In Four Parts Of Six Portraits Each,) of the Principal Leaders and Personages Who Have Made Themseves Most Conspicuous in the Greek Revolution.." 1st edition 1824. thereafter there are a number of editions, with differences to the portraits. The portraits in the 1st Edition, probably after Friedal's original drawings are fairly primitive, with each new edition they became more refined. A second edition of the first 2 parts was issued in 1826. Some of these plates are marked 'second edition', others merely have anew date on the plate surface. In most cases a completely new portrait replaces that of the previous ediion; parts 3 & 4 are unchanged. In 1827 two editions appeared with the imprint "London and Paris, 1827", some on India paper. one in which the portraits had no, or a very simple background, the other with full complex backgrounds. A French edition appeared the same year. In 1828-9 Dean & Munday brought out another series of Friedal plates, some but not all marked 'fourth edition', their most distinguishing feature being that they are full length. They re- issued a number of plates in 1830, marked fifth and sixth edition. There exist wrappers for a 'sixth edition 'appearing in 1832. [Navari]. Navari/ Blackmer: 633; Sotheby's/Blackmer:606; Philhellenic Ali Pacha

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        Colleccao de Dissertacoes Juridicas, E Praticas

      1826. [Sousa de Lobao, Manoel de Almeida e (1745-1817)]. Colleccao de Dissertacoes Juridicas, E Praticas. Lisbon: Na Impressao Regia, 1826. 178 pp. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6"). Recent wrappers, printed title label to spine, untrimmed edges. Light toning to text, internally fresh. * Second edition. This successful work first appeared in 1808 and went through at least six posthumous expanded editions, the latest in 1903. Included here are essays on children born of incest, succession and legitimacy, guardianship, bail, debtor and creditor. The author, one of the major Portuguese jurists of his time, did much to integrate the civil law tradition with the modern codes. His many works in numerous posthumous editions were accepted as authority through the end of the nineteenth century. The 1808 and 1826 editions were followed by editions in 1836, 1839, 1868, 1884. All are rare in American institutions. OCLC locates 1 copy, at Harvard Law School, which has an 1808 edition.

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        Voyages et découvertes dans le Nord et dans les parties centrales de l'Afrique, au travers du Grand Désert jusqu'au 10è degré de latitude nord, et depuis Kouka, dans le Bornou, jusqu'à Sackatou, capitale de l'Empire des Felatah; exécutés pendant les années 1822, 1823 et 1824. Suivis d'un appendix contenant un Essai sur la langue du Bornou; les Vocabulaires des langues de Timbouktou, du Mandara et du Begharmi; des Traductions de Manuscrits arabes sur la géographie de l'intérieur de l'Afrique; des Documents sur la minéralogie, la botanique, et les différentes branches d'histoire naturelle de cette contrée. AVEC un atlas? Traduit de l'anglais par MM. Eyriès et de Larenaudière.

      Paris: Arthus Bertrand, Mongie ainé, 1826 - Première édition française, 3 volumes in-8 et 1 atlas in-4; T.I: [iv], 366p., [1p. Table].; T. II: [iv], 378p., [1p. Table]; T.III: [iv], 428p.; Atlas: [iv: titre, Explication des planches], 19 planches légendées comprenant 14 lithographies et 5 cartes gravées(montagnes de Mandara, Hager Teous, lac Tchad, Afrique centrale et 1 grande carte dépliante). Parmi les lithographies: Cheikh du Bournou et son garde à cheval, femmes de Chouâa, un fennec, des armes et objets usuels? et une jolie vue de l'arrivée à Mora, capitale du Mandara. Volumes de texte: Reliure d'époque en demi-veau vert bouteille, dos à faux nerfs orné de filets dorés et de fers à froid, plats marbrés, tranches mouchetées. Atlas: reliure pastiche en demi-veau vert assortie aux volumes de texte, couverture imprimée d'origine conservée, (mouillure pâle marginale sur les premières planches et la page de titre). Généralement un très bon exemplaire, avec l'ex-libris manuscrit de Louis [Marie Gaston Graindorge d'Orgeville, Baron] de Ménil-Durand, avec la mention "Bibliothèque de Vallery", 29 avril 1875; et le nom manuscrit du Vicomte de Valerny sur la couverture de l'atlas. En Novembre 1822, Denham rejoint à Mourzouk (dans le sud libyen) l'expédition gouvernementale de Clapperton et Oudney, destinée à établir des liens commerciaux avec les états d'Afrique occidentale. Après avoir traversé le Sahara, les trois hommes sont les premiers blancs à atteindre le lac Tchad. Denham établira plus tard que ce lac n'est pas la source du Niger. L'expédition se poursuit vers Kouku (aujourd'hui Kokawa au Nigeria), mais la tension monte entre les trois hommes, qui se séparent en décembre 1823. Oudney meurt en Janvier 1824, mais Denham et Clapperton termineront leur voyage. Rédigé par Denham, le récit comprend de nombreuses anecdotes, certaines sanglantes, d'autres plus agréables telle la visite d'un harem où l'auteur se déclare "frappé de la beauté de la plupart des esclaves". Gay, 337.

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        Du magnétisme animal en France : et des jugements qu'en ont portés les sociétés savantes : avec le texte des divers rapports faits en 1784 par les commissaires de l'Académie des sciences, de la Faculté et de la Société royale de médecine et une analyse des dernières séances de l'Académie royale de médecine et du rapport de m. Husson : suivi de considérations sur l' apparition de l'extase, dans les traitements magnétiques

      Paris : J.B. Baillière 1826 - Grand in-8° relié demi-chagrin havane clair de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs, entre-nerfs orné à froid de croisillons en quinconques, 539 pp. Plats de garde un peu frotté, sinon très bel exemplaire aux coiffes intactes, exempt de la moindre rousseur [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Karikatur mit Wanderer und Bauern., Tuschpinsel- und feder in Braun.

      1826 - Monogrammiert und datiert "26". Präzise gezeichnete Szenen mit einem fein gekleideten Wanderer und Bauern beim Einbringen der Heu-Ernte. Rechts im Hintergrund ist die Silhouette einer Stadt angedeutet. Am Blattrand: "Wie heet es denn hier?- (Bauer) - Waaat? -". Der Hamburger Landschafter und Radierer erfuhr seine Ausbildung in Kopenhagen und Dresden. Sein Interesse galt der Natur und dem Volksleben. - Lose montiert. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100

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        Enciclopedia de la Juventud, ó sea, Compendio General de todas las Ciencias, para uso de los Colegios, Escuelas y Pensiones de ambos sexos. Aumentada considerablemente por el traductor Don Agustín Pérez Zaragoza y Godínez.

      Madrid, Imprenta de Eusebio Aguado, 1825-1826. - Cuatro volúmenes en 4to.; XII-366 pp., 12 pp. + 371 pp., 4 pp. + 504 pp. + 112 pp., 202 pp., con un total de 11 láminas grabadas en cobre, algunas plegadas, y dos estados plegados. Ejemplar falto de las páginas 19/20 y 20/21 del Tomo Segundo. Encuadernación uniforme en piel valenciana, de la época, con tejuelos. Esta rara «Enciclopedia» constituye una versión, muy española, de un supuesto original francés, cuando en realidad se trata de una adaptación pedagógica sui generis de una amplia bibliografía de la que se da puntual noticia en los preliminares y en la que se entremezclan la «Enciclopedia Metódica traducida al español» con obras de Palau y Verdera, Cavanilles, los Boutelou, Antillón, y otros muchos autores patrios, tarea en la que el ‘traductor' declara haber sido ayudado por Santiago Alvarado de la Peña. Antonio Pérez de Zaragoza Godínez, un escritor alucinante y polifacético, fue el introductor en España de la novela gótica con su «Galería fúnebre de espectros y sombras ensangrentadas, o sea, el historiador trágico de las catástrofes del linaje humano»», publicada en 1831.

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        A Catalogue of Spanish and Portuguese Books, with Occasional Literary and Bibliographical Remarks

      xxx, 226 pp.; xxix, 225, [1] pp. Two parts in one. 8vo, cont. half-morocco & marbled boards, spine gilt, t.e.g. London: "M. Calero, Spanish Printer," 1826-29. One of the earliest catalogues issued by Salva (1786-49), the most important dealer of Spanish and Portuguese books in London during the first half of the 19th century. A member of a wealthy silk manufacturing family in Valencia, Salvá studied philology, philosophy, theology, and law at the city's university. He married the daughter of Pedro Jean Mallén, a French bookseller in Valencia who was considered to be the leading dealer of Spain; Salvá thereby entered the book trade. The arrival of Fernando VII in 1814 compelled Salvá to leave Spain as he owned and dealt in certain kinds of forbidden books. He first moved to Rome and then emigrated to London in 1824 where he established his bookshop at 124 Regent Street. This remarkable catalogue, issued in two parts, describes 4253 items and includes early manuscripts, incunabula, and many 16th- and 17th-century books. A large number of the books are very fully described including many of the great rarities. In addition to dealing in rare books, Salvá wrote, edited, and published a series of scholarly books. Fine copy from the Sunderland Library, Blenheim Palace with the bookplate Bernard Quaritch issued to commemorate the sale. Occasional unimportant foxing. With the later leather bookplates of Isidoro Fernández (1878-1963). .

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        On the Influence of Signs in Mathematical Reasoning

      1 p.l., 53 pp. Large 4to, orig. blue wrappers, uncut. London: J. Smith, 1826. A remarkable association copy of this extremely rare offprint, linking two of the greatest scientists of the 19th century, and pre-figuring Babbage's later work on his difference and analytical engines. This copy bears the following inscription on the title-page in Babbage's hand: "To M. Gauss from the Author." Additionally, Babbage has written on the upper wrapper: "M. Gauss. Influence of Signs. 3. Ch. Babbage. On the influence of signs in mathematical reasoning." Babbage here presents his views on the importance of symbolic notation in mathematical reasoning. He argues that algebraic symbolism enables one to express ideas more briefly and precisely than in ordinary language; it enables one to consider problems in great generality, rather than only in special cases; and it often enables one to consider simultaneously different cases of a problem that would otherwise be treated separately. The use of mathematical symbols is more efficient, and less prone to error, than other forms of reasoning, as he emphasized particularly when discussing the superiority of algebraic analysis over geometrical reasoning: "[T]he power which we possess by the aid of symbols in compressing into a small compass the several steps of a chain of reasoning, whilst it contributes greatly to abridge the time which our enquiries would otherwise occupy, in difficult cases influences the accuracy of our conclusions: for from the distance which is sometimes interposed [in geometrical reasoning] between the beginning and the end of a chain of reasoning, although the separate parts are sufficiently clear, the whole is often obscure" (p. 8). Babbage also emphasizes the importance of choosing the correct notation: it should remind the user of the nature of the quantity itself (so use 'v' for velocity, 't' for time, and so on); and related quantities should be denoted by similar symbols (so v, v', v'' etc. for the velocities of different bodies in the same problem, for example). Babbage singles out Lagrange's Mecanique Analitique as a model to be emulated in the correct choice of mathematical symbols. The present paper may be seen as part of a chain of ideas that links not only his mathematical and scientific work, but also his views on politics and industry. While a student at Cambridge, Babbage formed, together with Herschel and Peacock, the "Analytical Society." This society was principally concerned with a matter of mathematical symbolism: its aim was famously to support "the principles of pure D'ism in opposition to the Dot-age of the University." Theological overtones apart, this was a plea to replace what Babbage and the other members of the Society viewed as the outdated and inefficient Newtonian fluxional "dot" notation still used in England with the Leibnizian dy/dx notation which was universally employed on the Continent. "For Herschel and Babbage, however, there was more to analysis than a debate about the appropriate mathematical symbols...The key to the success of analytical algebra as they saw it was its efficiency. It was a problem-solving technology that could produce answers quickly and without wasting resources...It was a way of economizing mental labor. As such it could be used to recognize what the most efficient way of proceeding in other enterprises might be too. It could provide the key, for example, to the most profitable way of deploying resources in order to maximize factory production."-Morus, When Physics became King, p. 36. "Babbage's ultimate solution to the problem of how to guarantee efficiency, transparency, and accuracy in reasoning was the same as his solution to the same problem in political economy: replace humans with machinery. Babbage was a firm exponent of the division of labor in factory management and equally enthusiastic for mechanization as the ultimate realization of the principle. His primary concern throughout the 1820s and beyond was to work on his projected calculating and analytical engines...The calculating engine would replace the human drudge work for calculating mathematical tables to be used (for example) in actuarial work and in astronomy. The analytical engine would go further -- it would replace the human capacity to reason as well."-ibid., pp. 37-38. When developing his difference engine Babbage again realized the importance of symbolism: in "A Method of Expressing by Signs the Action of Machinery" (Philosophical Transactions: 1826) he developed a special notation, related to Boolean algebra (which was developed later), to accurately describe the working of the engine. Babbage first met Gauss in the course of a European tour he undertook starting at the end of 1827. After travelling through Holland, Belgium, Germany and Italy, Babbage arrived in Berlin in September 1828 to meet Alexander von Humboldt, then regarded as the greatest scientist of the century. At the time, Humboldt was organizing the seventh annual Congress of German scientists. Babbage was present when the Congress opened on 18 September 1828, with Gauss among the several hundred scientists and luminaries present. It was there that Babbage met Gauss. Babbage's paper was read at a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society on 16 December 1821, but it was not published in its Transactions until more than five years later (Vol. 2, 1827, pp. 325-377). The item offered here is a very rare pre-publication offprint, dated 1826 on the title page. In very fine and fresh condition, entirely uncut. Preserved in a handsome blue morocco-backed box. With the stamps of the "Gauss-Bibliothek" (also on upper wrapper) and the Royal Observatory at Göttingen on title with release stamp date 15 October 1951. ❧ D.S.B., I, pp. 354-56. Dunnington, G.W., Gauss: Titan of Science, 2004. Poggendorff, I, 81. .

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        Geographische-statistisch und historische Charte von Missouri

      Weimar: im Verlage des geographischen Instituts, 1826. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour, in excellent condition. 20 x 25 inches. A highly important early map of the Great Plains This very attractive map is a fascinating historical document depicting the early development of the state of Missouri. The state was admitted into the Union as part of the Missouri Compromise in 1821, having been carved out the territory of the same name that was part of the Louisiana Purchase. Finely coloured in outline are fourteen named counties. Most of the settlement still hugs the Mississippi River, and is centered on the bustling river port of St. Louis, which was founded by French fur traders in 1763. The western counties maintain a large size, suggesting their sparse population and undeveloped nature. The map features the 'Osage Line' that runs vertically south from Fort Osage on the Missouri River, marking the border between lands ceded to the U.S. government by the Osage nation in 1808. Featured in the center of the state on the Missouri River is the newly-founded state capitol, Jefferson City. Notably, the map depicts the state before the 1835 'Platte Purchase', that extended its northern boundary west to the Missouri River. The map is surrounded by statistics and text that describes the physical, political and demographic profile of the state during an especially critical period in its development. This map is advanced from the one that appeared in Carey & Lea's American Atlas, printed in Philadelphia in 1822.

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        Travels in Chile and La Plata: including accounts respecting the geography, geology, statistics, government, finances, agriculture, manners and customs, and the mining operations in Chile: collected during a residence of

      London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1826.. xv, 494 pp.; viii, 352 pp. (without 4 pp. advertisements). 8vo. Modern half brown cloth over marbled boards, brown morocco title labels and tan volume labels. First edition. Illus. with 6 maps and plans (4 folding), 16 plates (1 folding), and intext drawings. Illustrations by Thomas Mann Baynes, after John Miers. Sabin 48889. Palau 168549. Abbey Travel 701. Goldsmiths'-Kress 24798. Griffin 3636. Naylor 13. John Miers (1789?1879) was a British botanist and engineer, who traveled to South America to begin a copper mining venture in Chile, a trip that he abandoned when his wife fell ill, and instead focussed on collecting plants. "Travels in Chile and La Plata, which appeared ..[in 1826] in two volumes, edited and carried through the press by his father-in-law, Francis Place, was to bring him a lasting reputation as the foremost authority on the geography and way of life of that region, " (ODNB, 18688). Volume One is primarily a travel account and "a very good one" (Griffin), while the second volume is an organized and detailed description of Chile's geography, politics, history, society, mining, and natural history. Scattered foxing to plates and a few leaves including titles, else a near fine copy.

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      MEQUIGNON-HAVARD 1826 - R320040715: 327 + 706 + 644 + 592 + 469 + 464+ 332 + 659 + 631 + 674 + 628 + 646 + 390 + 440 + 306 + 403 + 484 + 546 + 431 pages / Plats, contre plats et tanches marbrés / Auteur, titre, tomaisons, fleurons et filets dorés sur pieces de titre rouge et vert / Cons , tranches et plats frottés - Mors fendus et abimés sur que quelques rares tomes - Feontispice sou ss serpente en 1er TOME. Tome I : Avent. Tome II, III et IV : Sermons. Tome V, V et VII : Dominicales. Tome VIII et IX : Mystères. Tome X et XI : Panégyriques. Tome XII et XIII : Exhortations. Tome XIV et XV : Pensées. Tome XVI : REtraite. Tome XVII, XVIII et XIX : Pensées. In-12 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos frotté. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 840.08-XIX ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Experimental Researches on the Influence Exercised by Atmospheric Pressure Upon the Progression of the Blood in the Veins,

      - Upon That Function Called Absorption, and Upon the Prevention and Cure of the Symptoms Caused by the Bites of Rabid or Venomous Animals. (Dedicated by Permissionto His Majesty). With an Appendix, Containing the Original Reports on Baron Cuvier and of Professor Dumeril and Laennec, to The Royal Institute of France, and to The Royal Academy of Medicine of Paris, &c. &c. London: Printed for Thomas and George Underwood 1826. 8:o. Folding plate, xv,(1),175,(1) pp. Modern boards. Last five leaves with som e brownspotting. Previous owner`s signature on first blank. 20 x 13 cm.*Probably lacking a half-title or a blank. [#\115246] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mmoires du Gnral Morillo, Comte de Carthagne, Marquis de la Puerta, relatifs aux Principaux venemens de ses Campagnes en Amrique de 1815 a 1821; suivis de deux prcis de Don Jose Domingo Diaz, Secrtaire de la Junt

      Paris: P. Dufart, 1826.. E.D. Blossebille, ed. [4], xvi, 452 pp. 8vo. Cloth. First edition in French. Palau 183041. Sabin 50703. Leclerc 3395. Qurard 4992. Barbier III: 118 f. 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 ste facilit los documentos al vizconde de Blosseville cuyas iniciales aparecen en la introduccin escrita por l. Incuye tres folletos impresos en Caracas y una biografa escrita por Sebastin Miano, traducido todo por M. de Valcroissant y Blosseville" Palau X, p. 266. 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.

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        LAXDÆLA-SAGA. Sive historia de rebus gestis Laxdölensium.

      Ex manuscriptis legati magnæani cum interpretatione latina, tribus dissertationibus ad calcem adjectis et indicibus tam rerum qvam nominum propriorum. Hafniæ: Hartv. Frid. Pop 1826. (4) + XVIII + (2) + 442 s. Med kobberstukket titelvignet. Indbundet ubeskåret i nyere privat halvpergamentbind. With engraved title vignette. Bound in a modern half wellum binding.. Ekspl. på skrivepapir. Første trykte udg. af denne berømte saga. Parallel tekst på islandsk og latin. Copy on special paper. First printed edit. of this famous saga. Parallel text in Icelandic and Latin. Fiske I, 356. Bibl. Dan. III,633

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      1826. FINLEY, Anthony. [MAP], FLORIDA, THE WEST INDIES. [From A NEW AMERICAN ATLAS PRINCIPALLY TO ILLUSTRATE THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA...Philadelphia: A. Finley, 1826.] Engraved hand-colored map, 19"x 24". Drawn by D.H. Vance and engraved by J.H. Young. Lightly soiled. Center seam has 1/2" split from top.

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        Addresses to the Students of the Royal Academy by the President, 1823, 1825, and 1826

      vRoyal Academy, London, first editions, some text in italics, issued without illustration, no title page for Address II, its title, as the heading for page 1, the compilation half-title page believed printed in 1826; Address I with praise of Sir Joshua Reynolds, printed by William Clowes, Northumberland Court, Strand, 1824; Address II with praise of Henry Fuseli, printed by D.S. Maurice, Fenchurch St., 1825; Address III, with praise of John Flaxman, printed by D.S. Maurice - OFFERING: An extraordinary specimen compiled by the editor, Robert Balmanno, a collection of the rare first editions enriched with: 1) Two presentations from Sir Thomas Lawrence, 2) Manuscript material on the editing including three Lawrence notes, and a signed Lawrence letter on the editing and printing of Address I, 3) Two printer proofs of individual pages, 4) Verse by Lawrence in his hand, 5) Robert Balmanno's testament, documenting some of the enrichments, 6) Annotations by Balmanno, including a eulogy to Lawrence, written after his death, 7) Three mounted clippings, two with valuable and intimate information on Lawrence, including the death notice for Lawrence in the "Literary Gazette", written by Balmanno, 8) Nineteen selected prints including 11 proofs, bound in with wide margins, extra-illustrating the compilation, for the Addresses were issued without illustration, acquired by Balmanno in superb impressions over a period of some 25 years to honor their association, comprising three historical scenes and sixteen portraits, chiefly after Lawrence, and with two portraits of Lawrence as frontispieces, including the engraving after a self-portrait drawing, "Sir Thomas Lawrence Aged 35", in the very rare proof state before letters, the compilation in 9) A fine binding, commissioned by Robert Balmanno from Pawson & Nicholson of Philadelphia, ca. 1848, full Turkish morocco decorated with refined fleur-de-lis, minaret, and lozenge tools in gold leaf and in blind. ROBERT BALMANNO [1779-1861]: born Aberdeen; London home at Mornington Place in the Hampton Road; on terms of friendship with William Blake, John Constable, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Henry Fuseli (the co-executor of his estate), Thomas Hood, Thomas Moore, etc, contributor to the "Literary Gazette" (1820's), notable print collector (Lugt 12354), and Honorary Secretary for the Artist's Benevolent Fund. Balmanno left England for the United States ca. 1831 and settled in New York where he co-founded an incarnation of the NY Shakespeare Society and influenced a generation of American collectors. While he sold a substantial part of his prints collection at Sotheby's (May 4-12, 1830), he held on to his library and continued to add to the Lawrence compilation in the United States. LAWRENCE INSCRIPTIONS: Two unsigned presentations, for Robert Balmanno on the title page of Address I, "To Robert Balmanno Esq with the Writer's Esteem and Regards", and for Mary Ann Flaxman on the title page of Address III. (Mary Ann Flaxman [1768-1833], the artist was John Flaxman's adopted daughter and Address III contains a Lawrence eulogy for John Flaxman, the sculptor and teacher at the Royal Academy who died 4 days before the Address' issue; "estimable being whose death we are deploring". [p. 8, line 8]) LAWRENCE LETTER: 40-lines, signed, on the editing and printing of Address I, written on a 183 x 222 mm leaf, folded for mailing, a delivery note and Balmanno's London address on side 4, heading and content documenting Lawrence was writing over a period of 2 days while attending George IV at the Royal Lodge, Windsor Great Park. It begins; "the proof is not arrived but still there will doubtless be time for all being finished." LAWRENCE MS NOTES: Three in different formats: 1) On a separate sheet and mounted, 9 lines of corrections for page 6 of Address I; 2) On a large, folded slip, bound in, four lines with corrections to page 3 of Address III, printer examples in the uncorrected state and the final state follow; and 3) Done directly on a printed proof for page 13 of Address III, the corrections later canceled, cross-outs to parts of two lines and nine short lines in a margin, a clean example of the identical page follows, the final state of page 13. BALMANNO TESTAMENT: done in London in his small neat hand, 19-lines, signed and dated 1828, documenting the original Lawrence handwritten material including the letter and verse, and the six engravings selected up to then. ADDITIONAL: Please request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        John Logotheti. "John Logotheti Senator of the Executive Body in Greece"

      Philhellenic: London " In course of Publication in London by A. Friedal & sold by the principal book & printsellers in town & Country." June 1826. Black & white lithograph portrait of John' Lykourgos' Logothetes from the second edtion of Friedals "Series of Greek Portraits (2nd part)" verso blank. The portrait bust, shows Logothetis, seated holding a document and spectacles. Printed signature in Greek. Logothetis real name Georgios Paplomatas was born in Samos in 1772; after studying in Constantinople he moved to wALLACHIA WHERE HE BECAQME sECRETARY TO CONSTANTINE yPSILANTIS, AND LATER to Alexander Soutsos as Logotheti. Eventually returned to Constaninople and finally to Samos, but due to polical fights was forced in to, exile on Mont Athos. He was to return after 6 years, but again fell foul of his opponents and was condemned to death; escaping to Smyna where he joined the Filiki Eteria. In 1821 at the start of the Greek revolution Lycurgus returned to Samos, where residents welcomed him as savior and declared him a political and military leader of the island. His military and organizational skills resulted in the successful repulse of three raids against Samos in 1821, 1824 and 1826. He was also part of the failed rebellion on neighbouring Chios in March 1822. After the success of the Greek revolution. In 1828, the island became formally incorporated into the Hellenic State under Governor Ioannis Kapodistrias, as part of the province of the Eastern Sporades, but the London Protocol of 1830 excluded Samos from the borders of the independent Greek state. The Samians refused to accept their re-subordination to the Sultan, and Logothetis declared Samos to be an independent state, governed as before under the provisions of the 1821 constitution. Finally, due to the pressure of the Great Powers, Samos was declared an autonomous, tributary principality under Ottoman suzerainty. The Samians still refused to accept this decision until an Ottoman fleet enforced it in May 1834, forcing the revolutionary leadership and a part of the population to flee to independent Greece, where they settled near Chalkis. Logothetis moved to Athens where he was honoured by the Greek State and became a Senator. He died in 1850. Clean and bright; light spoting. Adam [de] Friedal, there is much confusion about Friedal's origins, He is supposed to be a Danish Phihellene and apparently passed himself off as a Baron. St Clair tells us that Friedal carried a lithographic press on his back whilst in Greece where he seems to have been between 1821-24.. He was at Missolonghi for a while with Lord Byron and married the sister of one of Byron's artificers, John Hodges. Byron wrote a letter introducing Friedal to the notice of the London Greek Commitee. Friedal returned and settled in London and produced his first portrait of Mavrocordato dated September 1824. "The Greeks. Twenty-four Portraits (In Four Parts Of Six Portraits Each,) of the Principal Leaders and Personages Who Have Made Themseves Most Conspicuous in the Greek Revolution.." 1st edition 1824. thereafter there are a number of editions, with differences to the portraits. The portraits in the 1st Edition, probably after Friedal's original drawings are fairly primitive, with each new edition they became more refined. A second edition of the first 2 parts was issued in 1826. Some of these plates are marked 'second edition', others merely have anew date on the plate surface. In most cases a completely new portrait replaces that of the previous ediion; parts 3 & 4 are unchanged. In 1827 two editions appeared with the imprint "London and Paris, 1827", some on India paper. one in which the portraits had no, or a very simple background, the other with full complex backgrounds. A French edition appeared the same year. In 1828-9 Dean & Munday brought out another series of Friedal plates, some but not all marked 'fourth edition', their most distinguishing feature being that they are full length. They re- issued a number of plates in 1830, marked fifth and sixth edition. There exist wrappers for a 'sixth edition 'appearing in 1832. [Navari]. Navari/ Blackmer: 633; Sotheby's/Blackmer:606; Philhellenic Lykourgos Logothetis John Logotheti

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        Traditions and Recollections: Domestic, Clerical, and Literary; In Which Are Included Letters of Charles II, Cromwell...

      London, John Nichols & Sons, 1826. Two octavo volumes: viii, 360; iii, 361-820 p., 6 plates (4 folding) incl. portrait frontispiece; 22.5 cm. Polwhele, best remembered now, especially by feminists, for a poem against female authors, was part of the antiquarian movement. He gathered traditions and documents relating to Cornwall and, to a lesser degree, Devon. In some ways he shares the Romantic interest in the rural and wild places of England. Slight foxing. Bound in full leather by Dragonfly Bindery, George & Pat Sargent. Stock#OB456.

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        Traité d'économie politique, ou, Simple exposition de la manière dont se forment, se distribuent et se consomment les richesses

      Chez Rapilly Libraire, Paris 1826 - Cinquième edition, augmentée d'un volume, et a laquelle se trouvent joints un épitome des principes fondamentaux de l'économie politique et un index raisonné des matières (first published Paris, 1803). 8vo. 3 volumes: (4), cviii, 385; (4), iii, 408; (4), 435, iii pp. Folding table at end of volume three. This fifth edition is important in that it incorporates ideas from Say's correspondence with Sismondi and Malthus; Say's law of supply and demand (i.e., "supply creates its own demand"), proposed in the first edition, was reconciled here with theories of aggregate disequilibrium. Later red quarter-morocco, gilt ornaments, rules, and title on spines, marbled boards and endpapers. (#5251) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Penelope of Maandwerk aan het Vrouwelijk Geslacht Toegewijd (Volume IV only)

      Amsterdam: G. J. A. Beijerinck. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1826. First Edition. First Printing. Hard Cover. Publisher's printed blue boards, black lettering and decoration on spine and cover, fore-edge deckle. This is the only edition of this rare handicrafts magazine for Dutch housewives, containing engraved plates, most of which are hand-coloured. The magazine, originally issued monthly, was published from 1821 until 1835, and includes instructions and diagrams for embroidery, decorated pillows and curtains, decorative fire screens, paper flowers, handbags, cushions, keepsakes, baskets, drawings and paintings. The illustrations provide guidance for the successful completion of projects and suggest colour schemes and decorative patterns for various applied arts, commonly found in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century Dutch homes. Each monthly edition contained two hand-coloured plates. This volume, comprising the issues for 1826, contains 24 such plates, most fold-out. IN DUTCH.. Boards rubbed and worn, pages supple, some of the illustrations separating along folds, most fine. VERY GOOD. . Penelope of Maandwerk Series. Vol. 4. Van Meerten, A. B.. 8vo 8" - 9" tall. 196, 338 pp .

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        Elkitâb, 'ija 'îtu, Segala Sûrat Perdjandji an Lâma Dan Bahâruw,

      Hârlem, Amisterdam, Awlej Jahhjâ 'Ensjedej, Awleh Petrus den Hengst 1826, - 2 volumes 8vo, (6)-825 pp. and (4)-568 pp., modern paper hardbinding, gilt lies on spines, date on feet. Ancient and New Testament, text in Malay. Two old stamps on title page of volume one. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autographed Letter Signed

      1826 - Mitchell, an American physician, botanist, politician, and promoter of science, was appointed in 1788 one of the commissioners to negotiate with the six nations for the purchase of lands in Western New York. 2 pages, 12.5 x 8 inches, no place, December 7, 1826. In this somewhat quirky letter, he writes to a friend who has sent him a deformed apple that resembles a chicken, in part: ".This production of nature puts the beholder in mind, from its size and figure of a chicken coming forth from its native eggshell. Perhaps no such anomaly has occurred before." Signed "Samuel L. Mitchell." Natural folds; faint ink bleeding. Very good(-) condition.

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        Log of the Proceedings of his Majesty’s Ship Fairy from the 25th day of July 1827... (Continued as Log of the Skipjack, at sea, Oct 6, 1827 - Jan. 13, 1828) Kept by Henry James

      The “Fairy” was a 135 ton brig-sloop mounting 8 carronades and 2 6-pounders. She was launched in 1826 at the Chatham dockyard, and was of the same class as Darwin’s “Beagle.” The voyage recorded here took her to the Caribbean and the Bahamas. The “Skipjack” was a schooner built in Bermuda. Both she and the “Fairy” were probably engaged in suppressing the slave trade. These are typical naval logs, with daily entries giving course, wind, weather, shipboard evolutions, and notes. Bound in original marbled paper. Clean and legible.

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        Traité de l'opération de la taille, ou Mémoires anatomiques et chirurgicaux sur les différentes méthodes employées pour pratiquer cette opération, par Ant. Scarpa,. Traduit de l'italien par C.-P. Ollivier (d'Angers),. Avec des additions et un mémoire du traducteur sur la taille bilatérale, contenant l'exposé des diverses recherches faites sur cette nouvelle méthode, les modifications que Béclard y avait apportées.

      Paris : Gabon 1826 - In-8° relié demi-chagrin vert de l'époque, XV-279 pp. et 7 très grandes planches hors-texte dépliantes. Coiffes à peine frottées mais intactes, le volume est dans une très belle condition [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        "A new general atlas, comprising a complete set of maps representing the grand divisions of the globe, together with the several empires, kingdoms, and states in the world; compiled from the best authorities"

      Philadelphia: Anthony Finley. 1826. "Second edition, folio, engraved title-page, engraved index page, 58 hand- colored copperplate maps on thick paper, hand-colored copperplate of the principal mountains of the world, and another hand-colored copperplate of the principal rivers of the world; engraved title a little soiled, one small tear closed on the verso of 1 map, but in all a very good, complete copy with contemporary coloring throughout, bound in recent quarter straight-grain maroon morocco over marbled boards. & & Finley was among the greatest map publishers of the period. The maps are engraved by Young and Delleker. See Phillips, Atlases, 4314 for another edition."

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        OLDNORDISKE SAGAER. Udgivne i Oversættelse af Nordiske Oldskrift-Selskab.

      Oversat af C.C. Rafn. 12 bd. (Det udkomne). Kbhvn. 1826-37. Smukt samtidigt halvlæder med rygforgyldning og kongelig superexlibris på forperm. Bindene lidt slidte.. MEGET sjælden i komplet stand. Indeholder: Kong Olaf Tryggvesøns Saga I-III. Kong Olaf den Helliges Saga I-II. Magnus den Godes, Harald Haardraades og hans Sønners Sagaer. Norges Konge-Sagaer fra Magnus Barfod til Magnus Erlingsøn. Kong Sverres Saga. Norges Konger, Hakon, Sverresøns, Guttorm Sigurdsøns og Inge Baardsøns Sager, samt Hakon Hakonsøns Saga indtil Hertug Skules Flad. Hakon Hakonsøns Saga fra Hertug Skules Fald;... Jomsvikinga Saga og Knytlinga tilligemed Sagabrudstykker og Fortællinger vedkommende Danmark. Udsigt over Tidsregningen og geographisk Register.Bibl. Dan. III, 908

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        Denkwürdigkeiten Indiens, enthaltend eine kurze geographische Beschreibung von Ost-Indien; nebst einer gedrängten Geschichte Hindostans von den frühesten Zeitaltern bis zu Ende der Marquis Hastingischen Verwaltung im Jahre 1823. Aus dem Englischen von F. L. Rhode

      Frankfurt am Main, Heinrich Wilmans, 1826.. Octavo. pp. vi, (ii), 438. Hardcover, bound in handsome contemporary marbled boards, gilt decoration to spine, orange lettering-piece lettered and decorated in gilt, all edges dyed green, corner-tips bit rubbed. In fine condition. A lovely copy. ~ First and only German edition. Translated from the English ?Memoirs of India? (1824) by F. Ludwig Rhode. See Block: ?The English Novel 1740-1850?; Garside, Raven and Schowerling: ?The English Novel 1770-1829?. Robert Grenville Wallace (1786-1851). Uncommon. KVK locates only 2 copies in Germany (Union Catalogs Northern- and Southwest Germany). Only three other copies are located in European libraries (French Union Catalog; Austrian National Library; Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Denmark).

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