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        Tunis et ses environs.Paris, Quantin, 1890. Large 4to (31 x 24 cm). With 150 detailed chromolithographs (most in the text; some on separate plates), with extra ca. 100 duplicates without text of the illustrations. Contemporary half morocco.

      - Vicaire, Manuel de l'amateur, p. 946; not in Atabey, Colas; Hiler; Lipperheide. First edition of a beautifully colour-illustrated account of the city of Tunis and its surroundings, by the French watercolour artist Charles Lallemand (1826-1904), who was responsible for both the illustrations and the text. The text is divided into 20 chapters covering various subjects, such as mosques, religion, antiquities, coffeeshops and Muslim women, all with relevant illustrations. Many include Islamic decorative patterns in addition to views of architectural or cultural sites and costume prints, and they document a great deal of Muslim culture that has since been lost. In the present copy nearly two-thirds of the chromolithographs are present in two versions, one with letterpress text as usual, and one without letterpress text. The book was re-printed or re-issued in 1892. With occasional very minor foxing and with the half-title slightly browned. The binding is very good, with only the spine slightly faded and a small tear in the marbled paper. Fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Viaggio intorno al globo principalmente alla California ed alle Isole Sandwich negli anni 1826, 1827, 1828 e 1829.Turin, Fontana, 1841. 2 volumes. 8vo. With 4 wood engraved plates, including views of Oahu and Monterey . Contemporary purple/brown half sheepskin, gold-tooled spine.

      Butler 83; Forbes 1260, cf. 882; Hill 500; Judd 57; Sabin 21165. First edition of the translation into Italian of "a rare and important work by the captain of a French trading vessel, particularly important for its detailed examination of California during the last phase of its Spanish period." "This is an important edition ... It includes for the first time, in book form, an essay by Dr. Paolo Emilio Botta ... Observations on the inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands and California. His Hawaiian observations are on page 339-359, followed by an Italian-Hawaiian vocabulary (pp. 360-365), and a list of Hawaiian numerals on page 366. Botta's observations on California (also new to this edition) are on pages 367-389" (Forbes).It is an account of a circumnavigation in the years 1826-1829 by Auguste Duhaut-Cilly, a French navigator and trader. Duhaut sailed extensively in the Pacific. He traded along the Californian coast and spent several months in the Hawaiian Islands, where King Kamehameha III dined with him aboard ship.With bookplate on paste-downs. Some marginal foxing, otherwise in very good condition. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities, but otherwise also very good.

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        [Les anciens costumes de l'empire Ottoman, depuis l'origine de la monarchie jusqu'a la reforme du Sultan Mahmoud. Volume I = all published]. [Paris, Lemercier, 1863]. 1mo (54.5 x 40 cm). With lithographic portrait of Arif Pacha, drawn on stone by M. Julien, printed on India paper, cut in an oval and mounted on a leaf of stiff paper, with caption and imprint lithographed directly on the leaf, 16 tinted lithographic plates after Arif Pacha (image size 24.5 x 34 cm). Lacking lithographed title-page. Contemporary black half morocco.

      Atabey 30; Blackmer 43; Colas 148; Lipperheide 1440m. A valuable and beautifully-illustrated survey of the costumes worn at the court of the Ottoman Empire. It portrays 80 forms of costume worn by Ottoman functionaries and was published in two issues, the present with the text in French and another with the text in Turkish. Although each plate is labelled "Tome 1er", no further volume was published in either language. It was also available either with the plates printed in colour and finished by hand (80 Francs), or (as here) with tinted plates (40 Francs). Arif Pacha fought against the Greeks at Athens and at Euboea (1826-1828), and in Syria against Mehmet Ali. In the course of his career carried out missions for the Sultan, who appointed him governor of the province of Silistria in 1861.Lacking the lithographic title-page, the text leaves somewhat browned and with some plates foxed, mostly in the margins (a couple also with marginal waterstains). The sewing has broken, leaving some leaves detached, and the spine is worn.

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        Ka Mooolelo Hawaii[.] Histoire de l'archipel Havaiien (Iles Sandwich)[.] Texte et traduction précédés d'une introduction sur l'état physique, moral et politique du pays.Including: REMY, Jules (translator). Moolelo Hawaii[.] Histoire Havaiienne.Paris, A. Franck; Leipzig, Franck'sche Verlags-Buchhandlung (back of half-title: printed by Jules Claye), 1861-1862. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. With original Hawaiian text on the left and the French translation on the right page. Modern brown half morocco, with the original printed wrappers bound in.

      - Chadenat 6767; Forbes 137 ("very rare"); Hill 552; Hunnewell 63; Judd 391; Martin 46; Taylor 147. Only early edition of a history of Hawaii to include the original Hawaiian text together with a French translation, the translation by Jules Remy (1826-1893). The original Hawaiian was written and first published in 1838 by Hawaiian students of the High School of Lahainaluna, and corrected by a teacher. Remy added an extensive introduction on the physical, moral and political state of the country.In very good condition.

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        Les anciens costumes de l'empire Ottoman, depuis l'origine de la monarchie jusqu'a la reforme du Sultan Mahmoud. Volume I = all published]. [Paris, Lemercier, 1863]. 1mo (54.5 x 40 cm). With lithographic portrait of Arif Pacha, drawn on stone by M. Julien, printed on India paper, cut in an oval and mounted on a leaf of stiff paper, with caption and imprint lithographed directly on the leaf, 16 tinted lithographic plates after Arif Pacha (image size 24.5 x 34 cm). Lacking lithographed title-page. Contemporary black half morocco.

      - Atabey 30; Blackmer 43; Colas 148; Lipperheide 1440m. A valuable and beautifully-illustrated survey of the costumes worn at the court of the Ottoman Empire. It portrays 80 forms of costume worn by Ottoman functionaries and was published in two issues, the present with the text in French and another with the text in Turkish. Although each plate is labelled "Tome 1er", no further volume was published in either language. It was also available either with the plates printed in colour and finished by hand (80 Francs), or (as here) with tinted plates (40 Francs). Arif Pacha fought against the Greeks at Athens and at Euboea (1826-1828), and in Syria against Mehmet Ali. In the course of his career carried out missions for the Sultan, who appointed him governor of the province of Silistria in 1861.Lacking the lithographic title-page, the text leaves somewhat browned and with some plates foxed, mostly in the margins (a couple also with marginal waterstains). The sewing has broken, leaving some leaves detached, and the spine is worn.

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        [6 lithographs from the work "Views in Russia, Sweden, Poland and Germany"]

      London. John Murray. 1826- 1827. 2 hand coloured plates. Image areas 17,5 x 26 cm and 19 x 26 cm. Trimmed to image and mounted on backing papers + 4 uncoloured plates. Image areas 11,5 x 19 cm, 14 x 26 cm, 17 x 26 cm and 17 x 26 cm and 28 x 43,5 cm. With margins 28 x 43 cm. Two plates are watermarked "Fellows 1824". The uncoloured plates have large margins. The backing paper of the hand coloured images with a few tears and creases. The lower left corner of the Kremlin plate is torn. A couple of creases on the Smolensk plate. No staining or foxing. Nice condition. One of the hand coloured views depict Smolensk in ruins after the french occupation. The other hand couloured plate show the Nikolskaija, tower in the Kremlin wall in Moscow. It looks damaged, pherhaps by the french army? A special dream like effect has been achieved by printing on blue/grey speckled paper, before hand coloring these two lithographs. Quite unusual. Two of the uncoloured ones are from St. Petersburg - the church Kazanskij on Nevskij Prospekt and the Lomonov Bridge accross the Fontanka. The remaining two I have not been able to locate. Seems to be smaller country towns. All the images have a strange emptiness or mystique to them, almost as film sets, very different in style to most other views of 19th century. They were published for the work "Views in Russia, Sweden, Poland and Germany", by Reverend John Thomas James. He travelled across Europe in the years 1813 and 1814, right at the end of the Napoleonic wars, and died in 1828 serving as bishop in Calcutta. The complete work contains 21 lithographs, most of them of Russia. Quite rare views.

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        A Parting Memorial; consisting of Miscellaneous Discourses, written and preached in China

      W. Simpkin and R. Marshall 1826 - First Edition. 8vo, xi, [i], 411pp, with portrait frontispiece, original dark blue-green diapered cloth. Library sticker on Lining paper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Picturesque Views on The Southern Coast of England, from Drawings Made Principally by J.M.W.Turner, R.A. and Engraved by W.B.Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers.

      John and Arthur Arch London Two Volumes 1826 - Folio; Complete with 48 plates & 32 further illustrations. Very fine contemporary binding of full calf, gilt border to the boards, the spines with flat raised bands, rich gilt in compartmenbts, lettering direct. Few small patches of wear to the boards, joints sl rubbed, very small crack to one lower joint,corners sl worn. Occasional spot but generally fresh, clean and free of spotting. Bolards are tight and well attached with no looseness. Bookplate of one Joseph Goodman??? ***** LARGE PAPER COPY****. Overall a VG copy of the 1826 re-issue of this, one of the finest engraved works produced in the 18thc. A lovely copy. Very heavy, requiring extra postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Description of a View of the City of Mexico, and Surrounding Country, now exhibiting in the Panorama, Leicester-Square. Painted by the Proprietors, J. and R. Burford, from Drawings taken in the Summer of 1823, Brought to this Country, by Mr. W. Bullock.

      First edition. 8vo. pp. 12; large folding wood-eng. frontispiece with view of Mexico city, keyed by numbers; minor soiling, previous owner's bookplate to rear of frontis., else very good in the original sewn plain wrappers, slightly creased and soiled, signs of label removed from upper wrapper.In 1822 the collector William Bullock travelled to Mexico, and returned with materials for a new collection exhibited in the Egyptian Hall, and sketches which formed the basis for the Panorama in Leicester Square. The present item is the booklet sold at the Panorama to provide visitors with information about the features of the painting: the frontispiece is keyed to numbered descriptions in the text.

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        Thüringens Merkwürdigkeiten. Erstes Heft. Auf dem Gebiete der Natur, der Kunst, des Menschenlebens. Eine Zeitschrift in zwanglosen Heften.

      Arnstadt, Commission der Trommsdorff'schen Buchhandlung 1826 - 1. Heft. 8°. XVI, 128 S.Mit 6 Steindrucken. OPp. d. Zt. Ganzgoldschnitt. Vereinzelt fleckig. Gutes Exemplar! Naturmerkwürdigkeiten. Merkwürdige Bäume. Denkmähler, Alterthümer, Schlösser, Kirchen, Klöster. Lithographien: Die Linde bei Tannroda. Prinz Ludwigs Denkmal. Der Candelaber. Püstrich. (Reinhardsbrunn fehlt)! Der Dom zu Erfurt. Mit Subskribentenverzeichnis. Der Salzunger See. Die Lutherbuche und der Lutherbrunnen bei Altenstein. Wieland's Denkmal bei Osmannstedt. Der Dom zu Erfurt. Das große Lustschießen zu Erfurt 1477 u.a. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Histoire naturelle des races humaines : du nord-est de l'Europe, de l'Asie boréale et orientale, et de l'Afrique australe

      Méquignon-Marvis, Paris 1826 - Library markings/spine label, random foxing, 1" edge tear pp 25-32, head chipping, light shelfwear. Solid copy. Contemporary binding with gilt spine rulings and lettering. Wonderful San Francisco Earthquake institutional label: "Given to the California Academy of Sciences by The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia After the Earthquake and Fire of April, 1906." ; French language text. Subtitle concludes: d'après des recherches spéciales d'antiquités, de physiologie, d'anatomie et de zoologie, appliquée à la recherche des origines des anciens peuples, à la science étymologique, à la critique de l'histoire etc. ; Suivie d'un mémoire lu, en 1823, a l'académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres de l'institut. "The physician-anthropologist Louis-Antoine Desmoulins (1796-1828), influenced by the phrenologists' correlation between anatomical structure and mental ability, ideas, feelings, divided the human genus into sixteen species. These were in turn divided into races, which, despite interbreeding and population mixture, retained their typical characteristics." - John P. Jackson, Nadine M. Weidman; Race, Racism, and Science; 2004 ABC-CLIO, page 42. Those sixteen species are delineated in the enclosed fold-out table "Physique et Géographique des Espèces et des Races du Genre Humain". An uncommon copy of this seminal work in 19th-century French race theory, with its un-related yet desirable post-San Francisco Earthquake gift bookplate. ; Ex-Library; 392 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia. Performed between the years 1818 and 1822... With an Appendix, containing various subjects relating to Hydrography and Natural History..

      London: John Murray, 1826. A fine copy.. Two volumes, octavo, with a folding chart, 13 plates and a folding engraving; with the colophon leaf and the leaf of errata at the end of vol. 2; in a most attractive contemporary binding of polished calf, gilt, spines ornately panelled in gilt with double black labels. First edition, first issue: the rare form of this important book with the publication date of 1826 on both title-pages. First published in April 1826, this first issue of this classic Australian voyage is "a notorious rarity" (Wantrup). Late in 1826 or early in 1827 the publisher, John Murray, had the original title-page dated 1826 excised and replaced with a cancel title-page dated 1827. Known to Ferguson in a single copy and to Davidson in less than a handful, more copies of this issue have been identified in recent years but the 1826 issue remains a desirable rarity.The book was properly published in 1827, with the title-pages reset to show that date. The book describes the important Australian coastal voyages of the Mermaid and the Bathurst. From 1815 or so, British interest in the largely uncharted northern and north-western coast of Australia had increased, partly out of concern at the territorial ambitions of other nations, especially the Dutch and the French. King was sent from England in 1817, with Admiralty instructions to complete the survey of Australia and finish the charting begun by Flinders and Freycinet. By 1824-25 he had issued a series of eight large charts showing the northern coasts, to be followed with this complete printed journal of his expedition. The naturalist Allan Cunningham sailed with the expedition, and the narrative includes extensive comments on botanical and geological phenomena, together with nautical and hydrographic observations. The engraved views were taken from King's own sketches.The work also includes significant natural history essays, including work by John Edward Gray, William Sharp Macleay and William Henry Fitton, three senior British scientists. An important section publishes the long essay by Allan Cunningham, 'A Few General Remarks on the Vegetation of certain coasts of Terra Australis...'. Cunningham had sailed with King, and so this section has the added interest of eyewitness reportage, as well as comparisons between the botany of east and west coasts. Cunningham's report is supplemented by notes from Robert Brown; and the whole section concludes with three natural history plates.Admiral Phillip Parker King, Australian-born son of the third governor Philip Gidley King, became the Navy's leading hydrographer. His coastal voyages and Oxley's expeditions inland were the great expansionary undertakings of the Macquarie era. Despatched to complete Flinders's interrupted survey and firmly to establish Great Britain's claim to the north coast, King charted the greater part of the west, north and north-east coasts and also carried out important surveys in the area of the Barrier Reef. His hydrographical work is still the basis of many of the modern charts for the areas he surveyed.This very attractive copy is in a most handsome contemporary polished calf binding, which has the bookseller's label of Henington, Fenchurch St., has the bookplate of Edward Charles Stirling (1848-1919, anthropologist on the Horn expedition into Central Australia). Provenance: Edward Charles Stirling, with bookplate; Geoffrey Cains, with bookplate; private collection (Sydney).

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        Picturesque Views in Devonshire, Cornwall, &c.

      London: 10, Frith Street, Soho.: Howlett and Brimmer,, 1826 G, 1st ed, 1826, 16 colour plates. In modern dark red half morocco, over the original worn boards, gilt tooling, original gilt title to gilt tooled black calf label. Internally, frontis, [4], 16 hand coloured aquatint plates with grey wash borders, each plate accompanied by a leaf of descriptive text, plates dated 1797 to 1803, plates watermarked Whatman 1822, text leaves watermarked 1824, printed by Howlett and Brimmer, original printed title label on front pastedown, some spotting, stains, and general toning, mostly to text and plate margins, adhesive tape removal mark, new old endpapers. (Oblong 4to, 265*210 mm). (Abbey Scenery 122; Tooley 365). Uncommon per WorldCat & COPAC 2 copies only held in the UK - Nat. Museum of Wales & Cambridge, & few in the US.

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        Early and Significant Autograph Letter Signed to portrait painter Charles Bird King, 4to, New York, March 30, 1826. Unpublished

      Our letter holds particular biographical significance including the first public signature with Cooper's now familiar name, J. Fenimore Cooper. Here he signs, "J. Fenimore-Cooper," separating the middle and last names with a hyphen. Prior to this, a letter to his publisher, Carey & Lea, dated April 4, 1826, showed the earliest known example of his signature using "Fenimore." Our letter predates this by eight days. In addition, our letter reveals other new biographical facts according to Cooper scholar and biographer Dr. Wayne Franklin. Cooper visited Washington, D.C. in March 1826 ostensibly to seek a diplomatic appointment preceding his visit to France. Cooper left for France June 1, 1826. However, our letter reveals that while in Washington, Cooper met the artist, Charles Bird King, who wanted to paint Cooper's portrait, why Cooper missed his sitting with King, and when Cooper left Washington to return home to New York. Cooper stayed in Washington until at least March 26, 1826. His time in the city had been verified up to March 12 with uncertainty about his departure date. This letter also indicates that King wanted to paint Cooper's portrait and the reason that Cooper missed his sitting. Cooper was at the Navy Department for, "some business that called me early to the Navy Department, where, in fact, I was so much engaged, both on that and on the succeeding day, as entirely to forget that I had a face, much less that any one was willing to transfer it to the canvass[sic]….". Full Text: "Dear Sir, I left under circumstances, that, I feel, render some explanation necessary. You may remember that I appointed Friday as the next day of sitting. On that day I had some business that called me early to the Navy Department, where, in fact, I was so much engaged, both on that and on the succeeding day, as entirely to forget that I had a face, much less that any one was willing to transfer it to the canvass[sic]. However ungracious the apology may seem, I think it fairest to state the simple truth. I did not recollect that I had promised to sit, after leaving you, until I saw your habitation on Sunday morning, as I was leaving Washington in the stage. I would not have you impute this failure of memory, to any indifference to the compliment you were disposed to pay me, or to any want of a suitable degree of self love on my part, by [for "but"?] to the engagements, which pressed upon me, on the eve of my departure. I had many things of importance to myself to do and to see done, before I left the Country, and which could only be done, at that time & in my own person. I find Dunlap a good deal advanced in his picture, which certainly promises very well. He has painted the head of Franklin, of which I spoke to you, in very capital style. Indeed, I hardly know a better portrait, anywhere. It makes me regret his age, to look at it. It seems we are to have rival exhibitions this spring, and I hope the public will reap some of the ordinary fruits of competition; though, I confess, that, in my own poor judgment there seems some little difference between the management of a line of stages, and a School for the Fine Arts-Very Resp[ectfully] Your Obl[iged] Ser[van]t, J. Fenimore Cooper." In the lower left corner he writes his correspondent's name, "Mr. King." Condition: Normal soiling and folds in tact, paper is evenly sunned.

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        Luzernisches Intelligenz-Blatt. Jg. 1826 (52 Nummern in einem Band, komplett!).

      504 S. Hardcover Vollständiger Jahrgang 1826 des von Xaver Meyer herausgegebenen Luzernischen Intelligenz-Blattes in altergemäß GUTEM Zustand. Pappband der Zeit, berieben und bestoßen. Seiten druck- und altersbedingt gebräunt, vereinzelt leicht randknittrig. Vereinzelte dezente Randanstreichungen, Text sauber. Wir haben weitere vollständige Jahrgänge dieser Publikation im Bestand, sprechen Sie uns an!

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        Repertorium bibliographicum, in qui libri omnes ab arte typographica inventa usque ad annum MD. Typis expressi ordine alphabetico...

      Cotta e Renouard, 1826. Quattro volumi di cm. 22, pp. 2.400 ca. complessive. Legatura coeva in cart. rigido (alla bodoniana) con titoli a stampa ai dorso. Bell'esemplare, genuino e particolarmente marginoso (in barbe). Parzialmente stampato su carta azzurrina. Si tratta della prima edizione di questo celebre repertorio (che rimase invariato nelle successive ristampe) e che presenta le schede di oltre 16.000 incunaboli.

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        The Last of the Mohicans; A Narrative of 1757. In Two Volumes.

      Philadelphia: H. C. Cary & I. Lea 1826 - 2 volumes, duodecimo (184 × 110 mm). Contemporary quarter sheep, marbled sides, black morocco labels to spine lettered gilt, edges speckled brown. Housed in a custom black quarter morocco solander box. Pictorial bookplates to front pastedowns. An unusually fresh copy of this poorly produced book. Edges slightly worn, contents mildly toned and foxed throughout, but much less so than is usually seen. Some minor flaws to contents, as often. Volume I: short closed tear to margin of volume I, p.91, partially affecting text, small wax-stain to p.126. Volume II: some marginal damage, none affecting text (p. 273: short closed tear to head and chip to foot; p. 281, short closed tear; p. 289, small hole above page number), and lacks the final blank leaf following the title-page, often lost in binding, otherwise complete. First edition of Cooper's best known and best loved classic, the second book of the Leatherstocking Tales series, although the first to be published. BAL 3833; Grolier, 100 American, 34; Showmaker 24217; Spiller & Blackburn 7; Wright I, 619. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le Voile levé pour les curieux, ou histoire de la franc-maçonnerie, depuis son origine jusqu`à nos jours. Avec continuation extraite des meilleurs ouvrages

      Liége, Duvivier 1826.. XII, 624 S. HLdr. d. Zt. Caillet 5412; Kloss 2069. - Antifreimaurerische Schrift des Klerikers Jacques Lefranc, der am 2. 9. 1792 mit 180 Glaubensbrüdern dem Massaker im Pariser Karmelitengefängnis zum Opfer fiel. In dem 1791 erstmals veröffentlichen Werk verkündet er u. a. die These, hinter der Revolution stecke eine Verschwörung der Freimaurer. - Mit hochinteressanter Provenienz: Handschriftlicher Besitzeintrag "Ex libris kabbalisticis" von Stanislas de Guaita (1861-1897). Unter seinem Eintrag der Ausschnitt eines alten zeitgen. Auntiquariatskataloges, wo Guaita womöglich das Buch bestellte. Der Anhänger Eliphas Levi wandte sich bald dem Satanismus zu, sein exzessiver Konsum von Morphium und Kokain mag seinen frühen Tod beschleunigt haben. - Aus der Charlesworth Masonic Library. - Etwas bestoßen.

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        A Poem on the Pleasures and Advantages of Botanical Pursuits, with Notes; and other Poems. By a Friend to Youth, addressed to her Pupils.

      Printed by Philip Rose [c. 1826]., Bristol - First edition. A provincially-printed volume by botany teacher and Quaker Sarah Hoare.Hoare's poem first appeared as an addendum to Priscilla Wakefield's Introduction to Botany (1818), but is here accompanied by sundry other poems and an introduction. In this, which is addressed to her pupils, Hoare emphasises her indebtedness to Wakefield's work-'it was the first book of the kind I had read on the subject'-and explains that a change in her financial circumstances has necessitated her publication of the present work. Hoare taught the daughters of Quakers in Ireland for many years before returning to Bristol where she continued the work. For her, 'botany was connected with the ideas of personal and social usefulness' and the work takes on a maternal tone, with the medicinal properties of plants emphasised that they might be of use to those students of hers who have had children of their own. As Sam George has recognised, Hoare's poem 'posits a trustworthy science reliant on Quakerly practices of proof and honesty'.COPAC lists just four copies in the UK, at the British Library, Durham, Society of Friends and St. Andrews, to which WorldCat adds Haverford College, Miami, Stanford, UCLA, and Yale, in the US. 12mo (175 x 111 mm), pp. [2], xi, [1], 134; a very good copy in original pale drab boards; contemporary annotated slip tipped-in. [Jackson p. 515; Jackson, Women p. 160. See: Sam George, Botany, Sexuality and Women's Writing, 1760-1830, (Manchester UP, 2007) pp. 6-63.] [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE MERRY TALES OF THE THREE WISE MEN OF GOTHAM Edited by [i e written by] the Author of John Bull in America

      New York: G. and C. Carvill, 108 Broadway. Sleight & Tucker, Printers, Jamaica, 1826.. 12mo, pp. [1-3] 4-324, flyleaves at front and rear, original gray paper boards with tan linen shelf back, printed paper label affixed to spine panel, all edges untrimmed. First edition. Anonymously published collection of short fiction. Includes "The Man Machine; or, the Pupil of 'Circumstances,'" pp. [21]-142, a very early American anti-utopian tale that satirizes industrialist-philosopher Robert Owen's theories of the perfectibility of man. The two other linked stories are "The Perfection of Reason," a satire on the legal profession, and "The Perfection of Science," a satire on phrenology. Joel Nydahl, "Early Fictional Futures: Utopia, 1798-1864," Kenneth M. Roemer (ed.), America as Utopia (1981), pp. 267-8; 290. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, pp. 39-40. BAL 15702. Wright (I) 2015. Edges of boards rubbed, scattered foxing in the text, a very good copy. (#137516)

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        Oeuvres de Michel Lepeletier Saint-Fargeau, Député aux Assemblées Constituante et Conventionnelle, assassiné le 20 janvier 1793, par Paris, garde du Roi ; précédées de sa Vie, par Félix Lepeletier, son frère ; suivies de documents historiques relatifs à sa personne, à sa mort, et à l'époque. [ Edition originale ]

      1 vol. in-8 reliure postérieure fin XIXe demi-basane bleue, Arnold Lacrosse, Bruxelles, 1826, 2 ff., 502 pp. et 1 f. (errata) avec 2 portraits hors texte (dont frontispice) de Michel et Félix Lepeletier et un fac-simile d'autographe. Edition originale de cet important ouvrage recueillant la biographie, les oeuvres et diverses pièces relatives au conventionnel régicide Michel Le Pelletier de Saint-Fargeau. Etat très satisfaisant (coiffe sup. arasée, ex-libris P. Dablin en garde, très bon état par ailleurs). Français

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        67 studies of orchids.Cervené Pechy (Bohemia), 1885-1889. 67 drawings of orchids in coloured gouaches on thin laminated board, mostly with a smooth grey surface (32 x 24 cm; the painted images about 14 to 28 cm tall), most captioned with the Latin name, place of origin, name of a botanical collection or reference and the month of the drawing. Some drawings dated and monogrammed by the artist. Each drawing with a tissue attached to the back to protect the next drawing in the stack. The drawings loose in a half red morocco clamshell box.

      - A collection of 67 fine orchid drawings in coloured gouaches, clearly forming a series in a consistent style and format, commissioned by Baron Theodor Karel Josef Hruby z Gelenj (1826-1914) at Petschkau (Pecky) castle in Bohemia (Cervené Pecky, east of Prague), where he assembled the largest and most important collection of orchids in the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the end of the 19th century. Each is meticulously drawn in coloured gouaches on thin laminated board. The board used for most of the drawings has a smooth grey surface, but that used for a few has a light brown, dark brown, light blue or cream-coloured surface to show the orchid to best effect. A few are executed in landscape format. The caption to nearly every drawing gives the Latin name, the place of origin (many from Brazil or elsewhere in South America, Central America, Mexico, Africa and Southeast Asia), the name of one of a dozen botanical collections or catalogues (most often Lindley or Reichenbach) and the month of the drawing. Little is known about the artist, normally cited as Caroline Maschek (1857-1938), who would have been only about 30 at the time. She is said to have been born in Prague, so her name was probably Germanized from the Czech Karolina Masek. She is thought to have prepared some 300 drawings of Baron Hruby's orchids. Some survive at the Imperial palace Schloss Schönbrunn in Vienna, which apparently acquired them in 1916. A collection from the same series as the present, but containing 59 drawings compared with the present 67, brought $92,500 at auction in 2011.With an occasional small marginal tear, not approaching the drawing, but generally in fine condition. The box also fine. A stunning set of drawings of orchids from the gardens of one of the greatest orchid collectors.

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        The History of British India.:

      London printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1826 - James Mill (1773-1836) was a close friend of Ricardo, Bentham and Hume during the twelve year period he spent writing this book. He held pronounced views on political economy and utilitarianism and was known as the founder of Philosophic Radicalism. He educated his more famous son John Stuart Mill. James Mill was appointed to the India Office in 1819. He was "the first British historian to give a comprehensive treatment to Indian history as a whole". See PMM 345 A handsome set bound in contemporary half morocco, marbled boards. Third edition Six volumes, 8vo, pp.xxxv, [1, erratum], 450; iv, 463; iv, 571; iv, 508; iv, 546; vi, 631, 2 folding maps, 1 in colour.

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        Sketches in Verse, and other Poems ?

      Printed for the Author ?, Hull 1826 - First edition, extremely scarce, of this provincially printed verse compendium by the Yorkshire poet Octavia Stopford Crosthwaite.In her Introductory 'Verses to the Reader', Stopford promises 'simple weeds, in sombre hues', but her poems reveal strong opinions, forcefully expressed. Perhaps most revealing is her acerbic comment on contemporary mores, 'Fashion in 1825':Some do not rise till noon, and dine at night,Then in full dress appear,-in robes so lightThat naked arms and bosoms are a sight,Unblushing shown by fashion!She lampoons foppishness as evidenced by 'Trowsers so wide, like bolsters on our beds', and offers an insight into fashion both sartorial and social:The waltz, quadrille, Der Frieschutz, fill the hours,With strains Italian; - classifying flowers, -And lectures philosophic, speak the powersOf Ladies in the Fashion.A curious footnote refers to the huge cost of a music festival at York Minster, and the poem is a mine of wry contemporary observation. The lengthy list of subscribers suggests that her readership was predominantly based in the North-West of England, and includes the volume's dedicatee Sir William Foulis. 8vo (200 x 120 mm), pp. xii, 142; light foxing to endpapers and title-page with occasional browning at edges; untrimmed in publisher's boards, remnants of paper label to spine; upper joint cracked but holding; presentation inscription from the author: To ------ / With the Author's kind regards. Pontefract 13th Novr 1841' [COPAC records three copies only, at the British Library, Cambridge, and York. Not in Johnson; Jackson, Women p.319.] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Dramatic Works of Shakespeare

      Bok. London, William Pickering 1826 12:mo. Samtida skinnband, förgyllda snitt. XIV+784+VI sidor. Främre lösa försättsblad saknas. Inlagan är välbevarad och fräsch, vackert tryck på papper av hög kvalitet. Inga namnteckningar, exlibris eller andra defekter. Bandet är nött och har en 20 mm lång spricka i bakre fals. En mycket vacker bok. Hylla 142

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        67 studies of orchids.Cervené Pechy (Bohemia), 1885-1889. 67 drawings of orchids in coloured gouaches on thin laminated board, mostly with a smooth grey surface (32 x 24 cm; the painted images about 14 to 28 cm tall), most captioned with the Latin name, place of origin, name of a botanical collection or reference and the month of the drawing. Some drawings dated and monogrammed by the artist. Each drawing with a tissue attached to the back to protect the next drawing in the stack. The drawings loose in a half red morocco clamshell box.

      A collection of 67 fine orchid drawings in coloured gouaches, clearly forming a series in a consistent style and format, commissioned by Baron Theodor Karel Josef Hruby z Gelenj (1826-1914) at Petschkau (Pecky) castle in Bohemia (Cervené Pecky, east of Prague), where he assembled the largest and most important collection of orchids in the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the end of the 19th century. Each is meticulously drawn in coloured gouaches on thin laminated board. The board used for most of the drawings has a smooth grey surface, but that used for a few has a light brown, dark brown, light blue or cream-coloured surface to show the orchid to best effect. A few are executed in landscape format. The caption to nearly every drawing gives the Latin name, the place of origin (many from Brazil or elsewhere in South America, Central America, Mexico, Africa and Southeast Asia), the name of one of a dozen botanical collections or catalogues (most often Lindley or Reichenbach) and the month of the drawing. Little is known about the artist, normally cited as Caroline Maschek (1857-1938), who would have been only about 30 at the time. She is said to have been born in Prague, so her name was probably Germanized from the Czech Karolina Masek. She is thought to have prepared some 300 drawings of Baron Hruby's orchids. Some survive at the Imperial palace Schloss Schönbrunn in Vienna, which apparently acquired them in 1916. A collection from the same series as the present, but containing 59 drawings compared with the present 67, brought $92,500 at auction in 2011.With an occasional small marginal tear, not approaching the drawing, but generally in fine condition. The box also fine. A stunning set of drawings of orchids from the gardens of one of the greatest orchid collectors.

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        Traité de l'auscultation médiate et des maladies des poumons et du coeur. Seconde édition entièrement refondue.

      Paris, J.S.Chaudé, 1826 - Paris, J.S.Chaudé, 1826 ; 2 vol. in-8 (21.5 x 13.5 cm), vol. I : XXXVI, 728 pp., 4 planches à double page ; vol. II : (4), 790 pp., (1) p. (erratum) ; exemplaire dans sa brochure dorigine, à toutes marges, tel que paru ; petit manque marginal au plat supérieur de la couverture du premier tome ; anciennes petites mouillures marginales sur un petit nombre de feuillets, par ailleurs exemplaire d'une belle fraîcheur, bien conservé, en très bon état (condition très rare). Deuxième édition, considérablement augmentée, parue quelque mois avant le décès de l'auteur, exposant l'ensemble de ses travaux sur la pathologie cardio-pulmonaire. Dans la première édition (1819), Laennec avait exposé sa découverte du stéthoscope et de l'auscultation (matériel et méthode), avec ses premières applications, révolutionnant le diagnostic médical. Il reprend ici la sémiologie stéthoscopique qu'il avait érigée et les cadres nosologiques qu'il avait établi, mais en plus il décrit les différentes affections, cardiaques et pulmonaires, de façon détaillée, avec leurs lésions anatomiques, les signes cliniques et le traitement. Ses descriptions anatomo-cliniques sont souvent brillantes et certaines d'entre-elles, en bien des points, n'ont pas été surpassées. Références pour l'édition originale (1819) : Printing and the Mind of Man, 280 ; One hundred books famous in medicine, 57 ; En Français dans le Texte, 226 ; Garrison & Morton, 2673, 3219 et 3614. références pour cette édition : Garrison & Morton, 2673 : "The second edition, 1826, is even more important, since it gives not only the various physical signs elicited in the chest, but adds the pathological anatomy, diagnosis, and treatment of each disease encountered." ; Norman & Hook, 1256 : "This (second) edition is the most important treatise on diseases of the thoracic organs ever written." ; Acierno LJ : The history of cardiology, pp. 468-472, 480-482 ; Waller, 5493. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Early and Significant Autograph Letter Signed to portrait painter Charles Bird King, 4to, New York, March 30, 1826. Unpublished

      Our letter holds particular biographical significance including the first public signature with Cooper's now familiar name, J. Fenimore Cooper. Here he signs, "J. Fenimore-Cooper," separating the middle and last names with a hyphen. Prior to this, a letter to his publisher, Carey & Lea, dated April 4, 1826, showed the earliest known example of his signature using "Fenimore." Our letter predates this by eight days. In addition, our letter reveals other new biographical facts according to Cooper scholar and biographer Dr. Wayne Franklin. Cooper visited Washington, D.C. in March 1826 ostensibly to seek a diplomatic appointment preceding his visit to France. Cooper left for France June 1, 1826. However, our letter reveals that while in Washington, Cooper met the artist, Charles Bird King, who wanted to paint Cooper's portrait, why Cooper missed his sitting with King, and when Cooper left Washington to return home to New York. Cooper stayed in Washington until at least March 26, 1826. His time in the city had been verified up to March 12 with uncertainty about his departure date. This letter also indicates that King wanted to paint Cooper's portrait and the reason that Cooper missed his sitting. Cooper was at the Navy Department for, "some business that called me early to the Navy Department, where, in fact, I was so much engaged, both on that and on the succeeding day, as entirely to forget that I had a face, much less that any one was willing to transfer it to the canvass[sic]....". Full Text: "Dear Sir, I left under circumstances, that, I feel, render some explanation necessary. You may remember that I appointed Friday as the next day of sitting. On that day I had some business that called me early to the Navy Department, where, in fact, I was so much engaged, both on that and on the succeeding day, as entirely to forget that I had a face, much less that any one was willing to transfer it to the canvass[sic]. However ungracious the apology may seem, I think it fairest to state the simple truth. I did not recollect that I had promised to sit, after leaving you, until I saw your habitation on Sunday morning, as I was leaving Washington in the stage. I would not have you impute this failure of memory, to any indifference to the compliment you were disposed to pay me, or to any want of a suitable degree of self love on my part, by [for "but"?] to the engagements, which pressed upon me, on the eve of my departure. I had many things of importance to myself to do and to see done, before I left the Country, and which could only be done, at that time & in my own person. I find Dunlap a good deal advanced in his picture, which certainly promises very well. He has painted the head of Franklin, of which I spoke to you, in very capital style. Indeed, I hardly know a better portrait, anywhere. It makes me regret his age, to look at it. It seems we are to have rival exhibitions this spring, and I hope the public will reap some of the ordinary fruits of competition; though, I confess, that, in my own poor judgment there seems some little difference between the management of a line of stages, and a School for the Fine Arts-Very Resp[ectfully] Your Obl[iged] Ser[van]t, J. Fenimore Cooper." In the lower left corner he writes his correspondent's name, "Mr. King." Condition: Normal soiling and folds in tact, paper is evenly sunned.

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        A Visit to Columbia in the Years 1822 & 1823. By Laguayra and Caracas, over the Cordillera to Bogota, and thence by the Magdalena to Cartagena.

      Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas H. Palmer, for the author, 1826 - Octavo. Original white paper backed grey boards, titles printed black to paper label to spine, edges untrimmed. Stamp of the American Philosophical Society to the title page, their bookplate to front pastedown. Wear to extremities, rubbing to boards, short closed tear to front free binder's blank; a very good copy. Aquatint frontispiece and plate. First edition. This work, "written as a political travelogue", provides a comprehensive history and geographical account of the region. Duane, who was briefly Secretary of the Treasury in 1833, argues in this work for the "future commercial and political importance of South America to the United States". Duane had applied in 1820 for the role of United States ambassador to the new Columbian republic, a role he was denied due to being involved in a deal to supply arms to a number of South American revolutionaries, which Monroe described as "unworthy and dishonourable". The journey documented in this work was not as a government official but rather in the employment of a Philadelphian merchant Jacob Idler, who had hired Duane to secure payment for a number of goods and arms Idler had sent to Columbia during their struggle with Spain. An uncommon book with four copies traced at auction and just one copy traced on OCLC. Sabin 20994; Nigel Little, Transoceanic Radical: William Duane: National Identity and Empire, 1760-1835, p. 175. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A PRESENT FROM NEW-YORK: CONTAINING MANY PICTURES WORTH SEEING, AND SOME THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING.

      New York: Mahlon Day, 1826. - 23pp. 12mo. Dbd. Light foxing and soiling. Several leaves loosening. Good. A splendid little book for juveniles, featuring brief prose vignettes illustrated with charming woodcuts, including a steamboat, a carriage, and several images of children, mainly with bad things happening to them, such as "A Little Girl on Fire!," "The Fall," "Hard-Hearted Boy," etc. SHOEMAKER 25829.

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        Histoire abrégé des poissons du Lac Léman. Extraite des manuscrits de feu M. le professeur Jurine, et accompagnée de planches dessinées et gravées sous sa direction. (Extrait de Mémoires de la Société de Physique et d'Histoire naturelle, tome III, prmière partie.

      Genève, 1825-1826. - 4°. p. 133 - 236 et 15 pl.gravées par P. Escuyer. Cartonnage d'époque. Nissen 2145. - Edition originale, séparé des Memoires. - Un tirage à part fut publier en 1828 chez Barbizat & Delarue. - La première page et les planches avec tampon effaçé, sinon propre. - Rare.

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        Handbuch zur Erkenntniss und Heilung der Frauenzimmerkrankheiten.

      Frankfurt a.M., Varrentrapp und Sohn, 1811-1826. - 2 Bände in 3 Bänden. 8°. XVIV, 594 S., 1 n.n. Bl. Verbesserungen; VI, 566 S.; XXXVIII, 752 S. Lederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und einfacher Rüchenvergoldung. Hirsch V, 391f. - Seltene erste Ausgabe. Siebold (1775-1828) studierte bei F.B. Osiander und bei Boer in Wien die Geburtshilfe und wurde zuerst in Würzburg und nach 1816 in Berlin Professor. Seine Verdienste liegen hauptsächlich in der Sensibilisierung der gynäkologischen und geburtshelferischen Methoden und Anwendungen. - Stellenweise leicht stockfleckig. handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf den Vorsätzen. Einbände leicht beschabt. Rückenschild des dritten Bandes farbig leicht abweichend. - Dekoratives Exemplar. Alle drei Bände in erster Auflage selten.

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        Mémoires relatifs à l'expédition anglaise partie du Bengale, en 1800, pour aller combattre en Égypte l'armée d'Orient, par M. le Comte de Noé, Pair de France. Avec dix-neuf lithographies coloriées et deux cartes.

      Imprimerie Royale, Paris 1826 - In-8 de (2)-III-288 pp., demi-veau vert, dos lisse orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge et vert (reliure moderne). Edition originale. « Un des rares témoignages sur ce périple, ces mémoires constituent un vrai récit de voyage, car l'auteur décrit à chaque fois longuement les pays traversés ». Royaliste français vivant aux Indes, le comte Louis Pantaléon Jude de Noé (1777-1858) suit l'armée anglaise chargée de venir à bout des troupes laissées par Bonaparte en Egypte. « Témoin oculaire des derniers jours de la présence française en Egypte, on peut considérer son histoire comme des mémoires » (Tulard). Il est le père du caricaturiste Amédée de Noé connu mieux sous son nom d'artiste Cham. 2 cartes pliantes gravées et coloriées et 19 planches hors-texte non chiffrées coloriées et lithographiées par Langlumé : vues, scènes de moeurs et des costumes de cipaye, de brahmanes, de Ceylan et de Bombay, et en outre des habillements de fellahs égyptiens, d'Arabes de bédouins, d'Albanais etc. Petites rousseurs mais bel exemplaire. Tulard, 1094 ; Colas, 2208 ; Gay, 2168 ; De Meulenaere, 157 ; Blackmer, 870. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Ruhe der heiligen Familie auf der Flucht nach Ägypten. Radierung nach Friedrich Overbeck.

      In der Platte signiert, datiert und bezeichnet "Federico Overbeck inv. e del., Ferdinando Ruscheweyh inc. Roma 1826. Auf festem Velin. Mit gleichmäßigem Rand. 12,4 x 14,7 cm (Darstellung). 23,3 x 23,4 cm. Nagler 19. - Ferdinand Ruscheweyh war als Zeichner und Reproduktionsstecher tätig. Er begann seine Ausbildung 1803 bei Daniel Berger in Berlin und ging dann nach Wien, wo er Drucke nach den alten Meistern herstellte und in Kontakt mit Franz Pforr kam. 1808 zog er nach Rom, wo er bis 1832 blieb. Hier schloss F. Ruscheweyh sich P. v. Cornelius und F.Overbeck an, dessen Werke er durch seine graphischen Reproduktionen zu weiterer Verbreitung verhalf. - Minimal stockfleckig im Rand teils etwas stärker. In den Ecken auf Unterlageblatt montiert.

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        RHEIN. - Batty, Robert. Scenery of the Rhine, Belgium and Holland.

      London, Jennings 1826 - 27,5 x 18,5 cm. Gestoch. Titel und Frontispiz, 63 Bl. und mit 60 Stahlstichtafeln. Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rtit., Rvergoldung, Goldschnitt, Blind- und Goldprägung auf den Deckeln, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung. Schmitt 8: "Erste Rheinbeschreibung mit Stahlstichen. Die Illustrationsvorlagen stammen von dem Autodidakten Robert Batty (1789-1848), Captain der Grenadier Guards. 23 der insgesamt 60 Stahlstiche - ausgeführt von den damals besten Stehlstechern - schildern den Mittelrhein". - Mit Ansichten von Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Brüssel, Frankfurt, Mainz, Heidelberg, Rotterdam, Tournai, Würzburg usw. - Etwas berieben. Ein sauberes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Répertoire du Théâtre français. Avec des commentaires par Voltaire, L. Racine, La harpe, Luneau de Boisjermain, D'Olivet, Palissot, Geoffroi, etc. Des remarques de Molière, Le Kain, Baron, Molé, Préville, Larive, Mesdames Clairon, Duménil, Arnould, etc. et des notices sur les auteurs et acteurs célèbres, par L ; B. Picard et J. Peyrot .

      A Paris, chez F. A. Duprat (Imprimerie de Rignoux), 1826. - 4 forts volumes in-8, demi-veau brun, dos à faux-nerfs ornés roulettes dorées et fleuronnés à froid, pièces de titre et de tomaison noire. Reliure de l'époque. Bel ex. (Quelques rousseurs et cahiers uniformément passés.) Edition imprimée en petits caractères sur 2 colonnes. Elle est illustrée de 12 portraits gravés sur acier par Hopwood. Rare en cette condition. Quérard VII, 137. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oberon. Romantische Oper in 3 Akten mit leichter Pianoforte-Begleitung von Wustrow in Musik gesetzt von Carl Maria von Weber vollständiger Klavierauszug (mit Singstimmen und Text).

      Berlin, Schlesinger, 1826. - circa 26 x 34 cm. Gestochener Titel, 140 gest. Seiten Roter Maroquin-Einband d. Zt., mit Rücken-, Deckel- und Stehkantenvergoldung, Goldschnitt, marmoriertem Umschlag "Webers letzte Oper in der Bearbeitung durch den Berliner Pianisten A. F. Wustrow (1786-1852); hier Schlesinger Nr. 1438 mit dem Preis "5 2/3 Rthlr". Enthält den vollständigen Text und gibt die Singstimmen. Auf dem zweiten Blatt verso das Privileg vom 29. Juli 1826. Die Uraufführung der Oper war am 12. April desselben Jahres. - Hier in einem besonders eleganten roten Ganzlederband mit schöner Vergoldung. " "- Wenig gebräunt, kaum fleckig, meist sauber, Kanten etwas berieben. Sehr dekorativ. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN MILTON WITH NOTES OF VARIOUS AUTHORS. COMPLETE IN SIX VOLUMES.

      C. AND J. RIVINGTON; J. CUTHELL; J. NUNN; J. AND W.T. CLARK; LONGMAN AND CO.; T.CADELL; JEFFERY AND SON; J. RICHARDSON; CARPENTER AND SON; J. MAWMAN; BALDWIN AND CO.; J. BOOKER; J. BOHN; J. DUNCAN; BLACK AND CO.; G.B. WHITTAKER; J. BAIN; W. MASON; J. HEARNE; SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL; T. MASON, JUN.; AND SAUNDERS AND HODGSON., LONDON, United Kingdom 1826 - 1826. SIX VOLUMES. APPROX. 2200pp. THIS EDITION OF THE POETICAL WORKS OF MILTON, ACCOMPANIED WITH NOTES OF VARIOUS AUTHORS. THE THIRD EDITION, WITH OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS; AND WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF MILTON, DERIVED PRINCIPALLY FROM DOCUMENTS IN HIS MAJESTY'S STATE PAPER OFFICE, NOW FIRST PUBLISHED. BY THE REV. H.J. TODD, M.A. F.S.A. & R.S.L. CHAPLAIN IN ORDINARY TO HIS MAJESTY, AND RECTOR OF SETRINGTON, COUNTY OF YORK. 1/4 BROWN LEATHER HARDBOUND WITH GILT GOLD STAMPED/EMBOSSED TITLE/DESIGN ON SPINE COVER WITH MARBLE BOARDS WITH LEATHER CAPPED CORNERS, FRONTIS PAGE WITH ENGRAVED IMAGE OF JOHN MILTON IN FIRST VOLUME. DIMENSIONS: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 1 1/4". CONDITION: VERY GOOD; VARYING DEGREE OF SUNNED/DARKENED SPINE COVERS FROM DARK TO LIGHT, (1) MISSING RED TITLE LABEL ON SPINE OF VOLUME VI, GENTLY RUBBED BOARDS/SPINE COVERS, INSIDE BOARD EXPOSED AT BOARD EDGES/TIPS IN SOME AREAS, 1ST COUPLE OF PAGES LIGHTLY BROWN SPOTTED, REMAINING TEXT BRIGHT AND WHITE, A GREAT VOLUME SET. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Digest of Martin's Reports, Of the Decisions of the Supreme Court...

      1826. A Useful Digest of the First Louisiana Reporter Christy, William [1791-1865]. [Martin, Francois-Xavier (1762-1846)]. A Digest of Martin's Reports, Of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana, From Its Establishment in the Year 1813, To August, 1826. Including Those of the Superior Court of the Late Territory of Orleans. New Orleans: Printed by Lyman & Beardslee, 1826. vii, 399 pp. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind fillets to boards, blind fillets and original lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate toning, occasional browning and light foxing to text, owner signature dated 1899 to foot of title page. * Only edition. Martin sat on the Louisiana Supreme Court from 1815-1846, the last ten years as its presiding judge. Prior to his tenure on the Supreme Court, he served on the Superior Court of the Territory of Orleans. His reports, which commenced in 1809, were the first produced in Louisiana. Christy's Digest was intended to "facilitate the researches of professional gentlemen, and to present to the public in the most simple and condensed form, the points of law which have been decided by the highest tribunals of the state of Louisiana and the late territory of Orleans" (v). OCLC locates 9 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard, Library of Congress, Louisiana State University, Loyola, Osgoode Hall, Tulane, University of Miami, University of Michigan, Yale). Jumonville, Bibliography of New Orleans Imprints 478. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 5538.

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        Dell'origine dei sette e tredici comuni e d'altre popolazioni alemanne abitanti fra l'Adige e la Brenta nel Trentino, nel veronese e nel vicentino. - Considerazione di alcune cose contenute nel saggio del sig. professore Stoffella sopra i confini del veronese e del Trentino.

      Stamperia Monauni, Trento, 1826. 2 v. in uno (33, 1 p., 113, 1.), 26 cm, bross. muta. Piccola fenditura al dorso, sporadiche e naturali fioriture. Ben conservato, in barbe. Due parti in un volume. Benedetto Giovannelli (1776-1846), nativo di Trento, abbandonò ben presto le pratiche legali per abbracciare gli studi storici. Scrisse numerosi saggi dedicati alle antichità trentine ed alle numerose popolazioni residenti al confine con il Veneto. Giuseppe Furlanetto (1775-1848), abate padovano, incentrò le sue attenzioni scientifiche sull'archeologia ed i territori veneti. Rara edizione originale. Cfr. Lozzi, II, 4999; Bibliografia trentina, I, nr. 1064; Iccu.

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        A Practical Treatise on Midwifery

      Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell, Philadelphia 1826 - A Practical Treatise on Midwifery by Robert Collins, M.D. (Two volumes in one)Containing the result of Sixteen Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty-Four Births, Occurring in the Dublin Lying-in Hospital, During a Period of Seven Years, Commencing November 1826. Publisher: Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell, Philadelphia, 1838. Bound in full leather, raised bands and printed labels. Binding is in very good condition, wear to fore edge corners, corner rubbing at top and bottom of spine. Leather with speckling. Contents clean but with occasional foxing throughout, heavy to the first and last sections of the book. Endpapers removed. 264 pages. Overall a solid tight copy. Protected by Mylar. Inventory #14-255. Price: $500 Also bound in: A Practical Treatise on the Management and Diseases of Children by Richard T. Evanson, M.D. and Henry Maunsell, M.D., Philadelphia: Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell, 1838. 300 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Repertorium bibliographicum, in qui libri omnes ab arte typographica inventa usque ad annum MD. Typis expressi ordine alphabetico

      Cotta e Renouard,, Stuttgart e Paris, 1826 - Quattro volumi di cm. 22, pp. 2.400 ca. complessive. Legatura coeva in cart. rigido (alla bodoniana) con titoli a stampa ai dorso. Bell'esemplare, genuino e particolarmente marginoso (in barbe). Parzialmente stampato su carta azzurrina. Si tratta della prima edizione di questo celebre repertorio (che rimase invariato nelle successive ristampe) e che presenta le schede di oltre 16.000 incunaboli. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ansichten der natur, mit wissenschaftlichen erla¸terungen. Erster und zweiter band

      J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1826. 1 2 tomes reliÈs en 1 volume. 234 + 200 pp. Demi reliure ‡ coins en cuir ab

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        Oberon Romantische Oper in drey Acten Nach dem Englischen des J. Planche von Theodor Hell...Klavier-Auszug von Componisten

      Berlin: Schlesinger [PN] 1376, 1826. First German edition, which includes the fifth aria for the first time; the first edition was published in 1826. Jahns 306, p. 392. Hirsch IV 1298. Fuld pp. 395-396. Hoboken 15, 367. Oberon was first performed on April 12th 1826 at Covent Carden in London. "The whole nature of Oberon, then, both in its subject and in the method of treating it which Weber was led to adopt, is orchestral rather than vocal; yet the freshness and charm of his melodies is if anything at its peak in the disjointed numbers which comprise it." Warrack: Carl Maria von Weber, p. 326.. Folio. Contemporary black leather-backed boards. [1] (title), [2] (blank), [3] ("Personen"), 4-157 pp. Engraved. With occasional pencilled annotations. Binding slightly worn, rubbed and bumped; remnants of label to front pastedown. Several corners creased; occasional spotting. In very good condition overall.

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