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        Monument élevé à la mémoire de la Pérouse.

      Paris: 1826. Lithograph, 190 x 280 mm.; mounted. A fine view of the La Pérouse monument, built in Sydney to honour the great French explorer during the visit of the Thétis under Hyacinthe de Bougainville in 1825. The building of the monument showed a suitable piety from the French explorers nearly forty years after La Pérouse's disappearance, and especially from Hyacinthe de Bougainville himself, heir to a great French naval tradition as the grandson of Louis de Bougainville, the first French circumnavigator.Edmond de la Touanne, who prepared this fine lithograph view of the monument, was a friend and protégé of Bougainville and sailed on the expedition as lieutenant de vaisseau. Because of the haste with which the expedition was manned, no official artist was sent; as Bougainville remarks, no pictorial record of the expedition would have survived but for de la Touanne's sketches, which were published as lithographs in the official record of the expedition and in de la Touanne's own album.La Pérouse had sailed towards Australia at the beginning of 1788; his expedition had been at sea exploring the central Pacific, but his main instructions were to make for Australian waters to check on English activity in the region. Australia was a prize, and the French were as keen as the English to claim it. On 24 January they reached Botany Bay to find the ships of the First Fleet at anchor in the harbour. The French ships spent over six weeks in Botany Bay, and thus witnessed the English move to Port Jackson and the beginnings of the fledgling settlement there. In fact the last white people to see the French expedition before it vanished in the Pacific were the first Australian settlers. France lost its most important explorer of the eighteenth century, and the nation mourned this loss for over forty years. Very good.

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        Oeuvres complètes Nouvelle édition, (éd de Kehl), avec des notes historiques et littéraires

      Paris, Werdet & Lequien fils, 1826. 66 (of 70) volumes; 21x14 cm. The volumes 15-18: "Essais sur les moeurs" are missing. 66 vols. Half cloth, gilt title on spines (a few tops and feet of spines rubbed, small holes in spine of vol. 65). With engraved portrait and 8 engraved plates. - Foxing throughout but acceptable, well bound set of the main works by the most influential philosopher of the 18th century. Vol.1: Vie de Voltaire. (iv),632 pp. with portrait; Vol.2-9: Théâtre. 8 vols. (iv,478 pp.; (iv),512 p.; (iv),428 pp.; (iv,502 pp.; (iv),488 pp.; (iv),544 pp; (iv),492 pp.; (iv),602 p. Vol. 10: La Henriade. (iv),466 pp. Vol. 11: La Pucelle. (iv),406 pp. Vol.12-14: Poésies. 3 vols. (iv),608 pp.; (iv),448 pp.; (iv),590,(ii) pp.; Vol.19-20: Siècle de Louis XIV. 2 vols. (iv),514 pp.; (iv),558 pp. Vol.21: Siècle de Louis XV. (iv),484 pp. Vol.22: Histoire de Charles XII. (iv),358 pp. Vol.23: Histoire de Russie. (iv),432 pp. Vol.24: Annales de l'Empire. (iv),672 pp. Vol.25: Histoire du Parlement. (iv),544 pp. Vol.26-27: Mélanges historiques. 2 vols. (iv),544 pp.;(iv),562 pp. Vol.28-29: Politique et l'égislation. 2 vols. (iv),560 pp.;(iv),604 pp. Vol.30: Physique. (iv),642 pp. and 8 engr. plates. Vol.31-34: Philosophie. 4 vols. (iv),576 pp.; (iv),584 pp.; (iv),512 pp.; (iv),472 pp. Vol.35: Dialogues et entretiens philosophiques. (iv),584 pp. Vol.36-42: Dictionnaire philosophique. 7 vols. (iv,528 pp;(iv),416 pp; (iv),524 pp.; (iv),532 pp. (iv),528 pp; (iv),516 pp. (iv),528 pp. Vol.43-44: Romans. 2 vols. (iv),432 pp; (iv),482 pp. Vol. 45: Facéties. (iv),472 pp. Vol.46-47: Melanges littéraires. 2 vols. (iv),540 pp.; (iv),532 pp. Vol.48-49: Commentaire sur Corneille. 2 vols. (iv),540 pp.;(iv),532 pp. Vol.50-52: Correspondance avec le roi de Prusse. 3 vols. (iv),510 pp.;(iv),432 pp.(iv),412 pp. Vol.53: Correspondance avec Cathérine. (iv),456 pp. Vol.56-69: Correspondance générale. 14 vols. (iv),558; (iv,530; (iv),564; (iv),484; (iv),528; (iv),556; (iv),422; (iv),490; (iv),480; (iv),504; (iv),500; (iv),486; (iv),490;(iv),498 pp. Vol.70: Table des matières. 574 pp. printed in 2 columns (pp. 559-562 "Pseudonymes de Voltaire; pp. 563-574 "Table chronologique des principaux ouvrages de Voltaire (1706-1778).

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        Op. 97]. Trio für Piano-Forte, Violin [!Violine] und Violoncello. Seiner Kaiserl: Hoheit dem durchlauchtigsten Prinzen Rudolph Herzog von Oesterreich &c. &c. &c. in tiefer Ehrfurcht gewidmet. 97tes Werk. [Parts]

      Tobias Haslinger [PN] 2582, Wien 1826 - Oblong folio and folio. Disbound. Piano: [1] (title), 2-50 pp. Violoncello: 12 pp. Engraved. Price printed in two currencies: "f. 5_C.M." above, "[Reichstthaler sign] 3.8 gr." below. With "Amsterdam: Theune & Comp." overpaste.Decorative title with coat of arms surrounded by stylized sunrays and clouds. Edges browned and slightly dampstained; slight offsetting and bleeding of imprint; lower outer corner of cello part slightly creased; violin part lacking. With header "221" added in manuscript to all pages. A later issue printed from plates of the first edition. Kinsky p. 273.

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        [Op. 97]. Trio für Piano-Forte, Violin [!Violine] und Violoncello. Seiner Kaiserl: Hoheit dem durchlauchtigsten Prinzen Rudolph Herzog von Oesterreich &c. &c. &c. in tiefer Ehrfurcht gewidmet... 97tes Werk. [Parts]

      Wien: Tobias Haslinger [PN] 2582, [after 1826]. Oblong folio and folio. Disbound. Piano: [1] (title), 2-50 pp. Violoncello: 12 pp. Engraved. Price printed in two currencies: "f. 5_C.M." above, "[Reichstthaler sign] 3.8 gr." below. With "Amsterdam: Theune & Comp." overpaste. Decorative title with coat of arms surrounded by stylized sunrays and clouds. Edges browned and slightly dampstained; slight offsetting and bleeding of imprint; lower outer corner of cello part slightly creased; violin part lacking. With header "221" added in manuscript to all pages. A later issue printed from plates of the first edition. Kinsky p. 273.

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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

      Paris: Méquignon-Marvis. Very Good- with no dust jacket. 1826. First Edition. Hardcover. 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 .

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        The Works

      Rivington, London 1826 - New Edition. 15 vols of 16 (lacks vol. 2). Full contemporary calf. A Handsome set. Despite the obvious fault, a finely bound series in very good condition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Anah Dunsheath RareBooks ABA ANZAAB ILAB]
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        The Practical Cabinet-Maker, Upholsterer, and Complete Decorator. (extra-illustrated copy)

      H.Fisher, Son and Co, London 1826 - London, H.Fisher, Son and Co, 1826. First edition. Quarto. (x), pp11-152, 12pp. Additional engraved title page. Illustrated with 22 plates of geometric and perspective diagrams followed by 81 engraved plates of items of furniture, drapes and moldings (plus 3 extra not called-for in the list of plates), 40 of which are finely hand-coloured. Extra-illustrated with an additional suite of 86 engraved plates showing further items of furniture, taken from another unspecified publication (possibly a cabinet-maker's show catalogue). The text mainly describes the techniques of drawing furniture in perspective, but is followed by a 12 page glossary of technical terms used in cabinet-making. Bound in contemporary half calf with gilt-tooled spine and marble paper sides. Professionally rebacked with the original spine laid down. Corners and the extremities of the binding quite rubbed. Internally, a well-thumbed copy that probably resided in a cabinet-maker's workshop. Engraved title page dust-soiled, slightly water-stained and chipped at it's lower edge. Occasional dust-soiling and finger-marking throughout. The geometry plates are all moderately foxed. Approximately one third of the called-for and extra-illustrated plates are also foxed to varying degrees occasionally heavy, mostly at their foredge. One coloured plate has a closed tear affecting it's lower third which has been neatly repaired with a patch of paper on the verso at some point in the book's life. Nevertheless, a complete copy of an uncommon and well-illustrated reference work on early 19th century furniture, enhanced with the additional plates. Text block otherwise sound and with the binding otherwise in good condition. Further photographs are available on request. NB The price of this item is negotiable dependent on your chosen payment method. Please feel free to make contact for further information on this item or on payment options. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison, Who Was Taken by the Indians, in the Year1755, When Only About Twelve Years of Age, and Has Continued to Reside Amongst Them to the Present Time. Containing and Account of the Murder of Her Father and His Family; Her Sufferings; Her Marriage to Two Indians; Her Troubles with Her Children Barbarities of the Indians in the French and Revolutionary Wars; the Life of Her Last Husband; and Many Historical Facts Never Before Published. Carefully Taken from Her Own Words, Nov. 29th, 1823.

      Howden, London 1826 - 12mo., 3/4 leather on marbled bds. Spine with 4 raised bands, bright gilt title and decorations in other comartments. Very mild rubbing to leather edges at corners and spine extrems with no loss. Hinges tight, marbled eps. TEG. No foxing by some mild soiling to a few pages. pp. 180. The text is followed by an equal number of blank pages. This was probably done when the book was so nicely re-bound. A classic of Indian abduction literature. Very scarce and in really nice condition. Howes S-263, Church 1334, Ayer 248, Eberstadt 130:455. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sur l'identité des deux espèces nominales d'Ornithorhynque; (Lu à l'Académie des Sciences le 18 décembre 1826).

      Paris: Annales des Sciences Naturelles, December 1826. 12 pp., caption-title; tipped into a modern binding of quarter linen and boards. The renowned French zoologist Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire on the platypus: an important study, read to the Académie des Sciences and set up in print for publication in the appropriate learned journal. This is a very rare separate offprint (paginated 1 to 8 for separate issue rather than simply being clipped from its journal version).Saint-Hilaire here discusses research into the platypus made possible by the delivery of a brace of the monotremes by Hyacinthe de Bougainville, commander of the Thétis expedition just returned to Paris from the southern ocean. He discusses work by Shaw in England, reports by Péron from the Baudin expedition, and work by other eminent naturalists in Europe. The second half of the text is the most controversial, occupied by vigorous debate about ideas promulgated by the German naturalist Meckel in his ground-breaking Ornithorhynchi Paradoxi published just weeks previously. Meckel's first full separate study of the animal concentrated on the animal's reproductive system and especially the mammary glands of the female. Saint-Hilaire objected strenuously to this approach, asserting that the relevant glands were in fact odoriferous and designed only to attract a mate. Saint-Hilaire was, of course, plain wrong, but that didn't become clear for decades. Meanwhile in the furious debates about the classification of the platypus of the 1820s and 1830s, Saint-Hilaire occupied centre-stage. (Some years ago we handled the sale of a collection of his manuscript drafts and notes on the subject, which showed just how controversial the whole subject became).It was Saint-Hilaire himself who had coined the term "Monotremata" as early as 1803. He had been appointed professor of quadrupeds, cetaceans, birds, reptiles and fish at the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle in 1793 at the young age of twenty-one. He travelled with Napoleon's campaign to Egypt, but it was his long study of the museum's mammalian collection that made him famous, and led to comparisons with Cuvier (although the two men fell out in 1829). During his tenure he published a series of articles and monographs on the platypus, stubbornly holding that it must be a vertebrate, and refusing to believe that it could possibly be a mammal. In fine condition.

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        Dramatic Works of Shakespeare

      1826. First Edition . SHAKESPEARE. The Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, with Notes (Original and Selected) by Samuel Weller Singer. Chiswick: Charles Whittingham, 1826. Ten volumes. Small octavo, 19th-century full tan calf, elaborately gilt-decorates spines, raised bands, burgundy morocco spine labels. $2600.First edition of SingerÂ’s edition of Shakespeare, with a life of Shakespeare by Charles Symmons, very handsomely bound.Bookseller and literary critic Singer “was responsible for a careful collation of the text and many useful notesÂ… The edition was frequently republished, and won much reputation in America” (DNB). A handsome set in fine condition.

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        Provincial Antiquities

      1826. First Edition . SCOTT, Walter. Provincial Antiquities and Picturesque Scenery of Scotland. London: John and Arthur Arch; Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1826. Two volumes in one. Folio (11 by 13 inches), contemporary full brown cloth gilt, top edges gilt. $2500.Large-paper first edition in book form of ScottÂ’s richly illustrated work on Scottish scenery and antiquities, with two engraved title pages and 50 steel-engraved plates after Turner, Blore, Cooke, Le Keux and others.Originally issued in ten parts from 1819-26, this work marks the first appearance of J.M.W. TurnerÂ’s art in a Scott enterprise. Subjects of the detailed and subtle engravings include Scottish regalia, castles, towns and historic sites, each fully described. In addition to Turner, seven other artists were engaged as well as 14 master engravers. “Scott refused payment for Provincial Antiquities, [but] once the success of the title was assured, the publishers presented him with some of the original drawings” (Todd & Bowden 132Ab). Lowndes, 2227. Allibone, 1973. Gift inscriptions.Plates and text fine, cloth mildly worn and soiled. Near-fine condition.

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        Oeuvres complètes. Nouvelle édition, (éd. de Kehl), avec des notes historiques et littéraires.

      Paris, Werdet & Lequien fils, 1826. 66 (of 70) volumes; 21x14 cm. The volumes 15-18: "Essais sur les moeurs" are missing. 66 vols. Half cloth, gilt title on spines (a few tops and feet of spines rubbed, small holes in spine of vol. 65). With engraved portrait and 8 engraved plates. - Foxing throughout but acceptable, well bound set of the main works by the most influential philosopher of the 18th century. Vol.1: Vie de Voltaire. (iv),632 pp. with portrait; Vol.2-9: Théâtre. 8 vols. (iv,478 pp.; (iv),512 p.; (iv),428 pp.; (iv,502 pp.; (iv),488 pp.; (iv),544 pp; (iv),492 pp.; (iv),602 p. Vol. 10: La Henriade. (iv),466 pp. Vol. 11: La Pucelle. (iv),406 pp. Vol.12-14: Poésies. 3 vols. (iv),608 pp.; (iv),448 pp.; (iv),590,(ii) pp.; Vol.19-20: Siècle de Louis XIV. 2 vols. (iv),514 pp.; (iv),558 pp. Vol.21: Siècle de Louis XV. (iv),484 pp. Vol.22: Histoire de Charles XII. (iv),358 pp. Vol.23: Histoire de Russie. (iv),432 pp. Vol.24: Annales de l'Empire. (iv),672 pp. Vol.25: Histoire du Parlement. (iv),544 pp. Vol.26-27: Mélanges historiques. 2 vols. (iv),544 pp.;(iv),562 pp. Vol.28-29: Politique et l'égislation. 2 vols. (iv),560 pp.;(iv),604 pp. Vol.30: Physique. (iv),642 pp. and 8 engr. plates. Vol.31-34: Philosophie. 4 vols. (iv),576 pp.; (iv),584 pp.; (iv),512 pp.; (iv),472 pp. Vol.35: Dialogues et entretiens philosophiques. (iv),584 pp. Vol.36-42: Dictionnaire philosophique. 7 vols. (iv,528 pp;(iv),416 pp; (iv),524 pp.; (iv),532 pp. (iv),528 pp; (iv),516 pp. (iv),528 pp. Vol.43-44: Romans. 2 vols. (iv),432 pp; (iv),482 pp. Vol. 45: Facéties. (iv),472 pp. Vol.46-47: Melanges littéraires. 2 vols. (iv),540 pp.; (iv),532 pp. Vol.48-49: Commentaire sur Corneille. 2 vols. (iv),540 pp.;(iv),532 pp. Vol.50-52: Correspondance avec le roi de Prusse. 3 vols. (iv),510 pp.;(iv),432 pp.(iv),412 pp. Vol.53: Correspondance avec Cathérine. (iv),456 pp. Vol.56-69: Correspondance générale. 14 vols. (iv),558; (iv,530; (iv),564; (iv),484; (iv),528; (iv),556; (iv),422; (iv),490; (iv),480; (iv),504; (iv),500; (iv),486; (iv),490;(iv),498 pp. Vol.70: Table des matières. 574 pp. printed in 2 columns (pp. 559-562 "Pseudonymes de Voltaire; pp. 563-574 "Table chronologique des principaux ouvrages de Voltaire (1706-1778).

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        Traité de la résolution des équations numériques de tous les degrés, Avec des notes sur plusieurs points de la Théorie des équations algébriques

      Paris, Bachelier, 3° éd, 1826. 1826, 1826, in-4, XXVIII, 314, 2pp, basane mouchetée, dos lisse orné, roulette en encadrement sur les plats, roulette sur les coupes, tranches cailloutées (Reliure de l'époque), Troisième édition de cet important ouvrage publié pour la première fois en 1798. Lagrange, avec ce traité, ramène l'attention des géomètres vers l'algèbre. 2 coins us, petite galerie de ver sur le premier plat, qqs épidermures. Jolie reliure

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        Lettera autografa firmata indirizzata al Viceré di Sardegna Giuseppe Tornielli, conte di Vergano. Datata 1826; firma di ricezione datata 26 Dicembre 1826 e di risposta il 3 Febbraio 1827

      1826. 3 pagine in-4 indirizzate a ''Monsieur'' identificabile con il Vicerè piemontese in carica tra 1824 e 1829 Giuseppe Tornielli. François Xavier de Maistre, appena rientrato a Torino dopo un lungo soggiorno in Russia dove ritornerà dopo il 1838, chiede consigli su come investire i capitali che gli derivano dal pagamento della dote della moglie ed in particolare se conviene acquistare ''les fonds publics''. ''..Je n'entende fort peu en finances et que je ne voudrais pas risquer la fortune de mes enfans, j'ai recours aux bontés de V.E. pour qu'elle daigne me dire si la chose est possible sans danger..''. François Xavier de Maistre (Chambery 1763 - Pietroburgo 1852), fu ufficiale nell'esercito del Re di Sardegna, antirivoluzionario e contrario a Napoleone. Scrisse il ''Voyage autour de ma chambre'' nella cittadella di Torino durante la prigionia per un duello. Questo fu il suo libro più importante e noto (altri: ''Il lebbroso della città d'Aosta''. ''La giovane liberiana''- ''I Prigionieri del Caucaso''). Dopo l'occupazione francese del Piemonte passò dalla parte del generale Suvarov, militò nell'esercito russo e si stabilì a Pietroburgo.

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        Anecdotes of Painting in England

      1826. WALPOLE, Horace. Anecdotes of Painting in England; with the Account of the Principal Artists; and Incidental Notes on Other Arts; Collected by the Late Mr. George VertueÂ… with Considerable Additions by the Rev. James Dallaway. London: Shakespeare Press for John Major, 1826-28. Five volumes. Royal octavo, full contemporary straight-grained morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, original ribbon ties. $1800.A magnificent set, printed at the Shakespeare Press and beautifully bound, illustrated with splendid steel-engraved plates.""A work of lasting reputation, which has retained its vitality for more than a centuryÂ… its value to art students and to admirers of biographical literature demanded its frequent reproduction, and it was re-edited with additions by the Rev. James Dallaway in five volumes"" (Britannica, 289). A very fine copy, beautifully bound, of this classic art reference.

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        Poetical Works

      1826. MILTON, John. The Poetical Works. London: C. and J. Rivington et al., 1826. Six volumes. Octavo, contemporary full diced brown calf, elaborately gilt-decorated spines. $1800.Third edition, illustrated with engraved frontispiece portrait and three plates, handsomely bound.The Rev. Henry John Todd, a royal chaplain and for two years one of the six preachers at Canterbury Cathedral, “possessed great industry with a retentive memory, and was devoted to literary study throughout his life.” His presentation of MiltonÂ’s poetry first appeared in 1801; incorporating copious annotations from numerous authors, “it became the standard edition” and remained so through several editions, as late as 1852 (DNB). Illustrated with engraved frontispiece portrait of Milton and three plates. Scattered light foxing, particularly to plates; occasional marginal soiling. Contemporary full calf-gilt bindings fine. A very handsome set.

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        Approach to the Bore Ghaut (Abbey, Travel, 442).

      1826-1830 1826 - Bore Ghaut is near Loni, in Maharashtra (northern India). Capt. Robert Melville Grindlay (1786-1877). Approach to the Bore Ghaut (Abbey, Travel, 442). Original aquatint with hand-colouring and varnish, after the sketches by Grindlay and others, plate 9 from Scenery, Costumes and Architecture, chiefly on the Western Side of India, published by R. Ackermann, Strand, London, 1826-30. 290 x 370mm. £650

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        Memoire geographique et numismatique sur la partie orientale de la Barbarie appellée Afrikia par les Arabes, suivi de recherches sur les Berbères atlantiques anciens habitans de ces contrées.

      Milan, Imprimerie Imperiale et Royale, 1826. - Large 8vo. 127, (3) pp. Contemporary wrappers. Only edition. - "His principal work in the department of Oriental literature [.] in which the origin and history of those cities of Barbary of which the names occur upon Arabic coins are detailed" (Men of the Time [1868], p. 161). The Italian classicist and numismatist C. O. Castiglioni (1784-1849) was descended from Baldassare Castiglione, author of "Il Cortegiano". This work established his reputation. - Old shelfmark label on wrappers. Some slight brownstaining. An untrimmed, wide-margined copy. Leitzmann 21. Astor Library Cat., Supplement, p. 116. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Zauber-Bibliothek oder von Zauberei, Theurgie und Mantik, Zauberern, Hexen, und Hexenprocessen, und Geistererscheinungen. Erster bis sechster Theil. [kmpl.]. Zur Beförderung einer rein-geschichtlichen, von Aberglauben und Unglauben freien Beurtheilung dieser Gegenstände. Mit Abbildungen. Erstausg.

      Mainz, Bei Florian Kupferberg, 1821-1826. - (1) XII, 387 S., mit magischen Sigillen u. 2 Beschwörungskreisen im Text / (2) XII, 440 S., mit magischen Sigillen u. okkulten Fig. im Text / (3) VI, 391 S., mit magischen Fig. im Text u. auf 2 Falttaf. (No.1-18) / (4) VI, 374 S., mit magischen Fig. im Text (No.19-37) / (5) VI, 420 S., mit zwei Holzschnitten im Text u. einer eingefalt. Horoskoptaf. / (6) VI, 441 S., 8°, Halbleder d. Zt. mit goldgepräg. Rücken (6 Bde.) Ackermann I/494; Slg. du Prel 481; Cornell S.295; Caillet 5262; Engel 119 (ausführlich); Hayn-Gotendorf III, 209: "Geschätztes Werk"; Grässe S.131-142 (mit vollständiger Inhaltsangabe). - Zum Autor vgl. Kiesewetter (Geschichte des neueren Occultismus, S.357), Bonin oder Miers: Dr. Georg Conrad Horst (1767-1832/38? Miers/Bonin) war "Verfasser einer Reihe magischer und okkulter Werke, die heute noch von Sammlern gesucht sind" (Miers). Mit dem vorliegenden Werk gibt Horst eine zum Teil kommentierte Anthologie alter Manuskripte u. Akten wieder, die sich mit Magie, Dämonenbeschwörungen, Zauberschriften, Hexenprozessen, Geistererscheinungen u. Vampirismus beschäftigen. Die Bände enthalten u.a. auch "Faustens Dreifachen Höllen-Zwang". Die Abb. zeigen magische Sigillen, Diagramme, okkulte Symbole oder ganz handgreiflich, den Eingriff des Bösen in unsere Welt. Der zweite Bd. mit Subskribentenverzeichnis, letzter Bd. mit 55 S. Personen- u. Sachregister. - Einbände leicht berieben u. bestossen; Vorsätze leimschattig; in Bd. 3 eine eingefalt. Taf. am unbedruckten Rand verknickt; in Bd. 6) fehlt die eingefaltete Taf. (von Verlagsseite nicht mit eingebunden u. zum Textverständnis nicht notwendig); sonst sehr gute Expl. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mémoires de Robert Guillemard, sergent en retraite ; suivis de documents historiques, la plupart inédits, de 1805 à 1823. Seconde édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée.

      Delaforest, Paris 1826 - 2 vol. in-8 de 376 pp. et 360 pp., demi-percaline verte, couverture conservée (reliure postérieure). Attribué par à Barbaroux et Lardier, cet ouvrage a sans doute été réalisé à partir des papiers d'un personnage existant. Ils concernent pour l'essentiel les campagnes d'Espagne et de Russie, ainsi que les Cent-Jours dans le Midi. Bon exemplaire, de la bibliothèque Kergorlay (ex-libris). Quérard, Supercheries Littéraires, II, 224 : Tulard, 671. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Holy Bible, According to the Authorized Version

      1826. BIBLE. The Holy Bible, According To the Authorized Version; with Notes, Explanatory and Practical; Taken Principally from the Most Eminent Writers of the United Church of England and IrelandÂ… Prepared and Arranged by The Rev. George D'Oyly, D.D. and The Rev. Richard Mant, D.DÂ… Under the Direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. For the Use of Families. Oxford: Printed for the Society at the Clarendon Press, 1826. Three volumes. Large quarto, contemporary full red morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spines and boards, raised bands, patterned blue endpapers, all edges gilt. $2800.Three-volume, illustrated, 1826 Oxford Family Bible, profusely annotated by “the most eminent writers” of the Church of England, splendidly illustrated with numerous engraved plates, many after the paintings of old masters, and including several fine engraved maps, most handsomely bound.The King James Version of the Bible (first published 1611) has exercised an incalculable impact on piety, language and literature throughout the English-speaking world. ""Other translations may engage the mind, but the King James Version is the Bible of the heart"" (Campbell, 275). It is probably the text most commonly found in family Bibles such as this one. In his Library Companion (1824), Thomas Frognall Dibdin remarked that D'Oyly and Mant's annotated Bible could ""satisfy both the anxious and enlightened reader."" ""The first appearance of this Bible, prepared at the instance of Archbishop [of Canterbury] Manners-Sutton, appeared in 1814; the editors were his Domestic Chaplains"" (Herbert 1658). In addition to copious notes from noted contemporary preachers, theologians and scholars in the Church of England, this Bible features 55 engraved plates after paintings by artists including Raphael, Caracci, Poussin, Reynolds, Rubens and Titian, and nine engraved maps (two folding). With Apocrypha and extensive indices. Binder's small tickets. Neat manuscript family record in Volume I, recording the marriage of John Charles Blackett and Emily Jane Cockcraft in 1852 and tracing the births of their children through 1871.Small abrasion to front board of Volume III. Gilt bright. A beautifully bound copy in fine condition.

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        Mémoire sur le chemin de fer de St-Etienne à Lyon, par Saint-Chamond, Rives-de-Gier et Givors

      Paris, Firmin Didot, 1826. 1826, 1826, in-4, (2), 28pp, 1 plan, br, étui-chemise, PREMIERE EDITION. Document d'une extrême rareté. Très grand plan (119 x 20 cm) lithographié et replié; le tracé de la ligne de chemin de fer entre Saint-Etienne et Lyon a été colorié à l'époque. Ce mémoire, daté à la main du 4 décembre 1826, signé Seguin Frères, Ed. Biot & Cie, est en fait l'oeuvre de Marc Seguin (1786-1875) dit l'aîné; il est adressé à Monsieur Becquey, directeur-général des Ponts-et-chaussées et des Mines. Suite à ce document, Marc Seguin obtiendra avec ses frères la concession pour construire cette première ligne de chemin de fer en France. Pour son tracé, il avait imaginé l'utilisation des courbes à faible pente pour franchir les importantes dénivellations. Il fit creuser les premiers tunnels, remplaça les rails en fer par des rails en fonte et les dés en fer par les traverses en bois. Toutes ces innovations seront adoptées lors des prochaines constructions de voies ferrées. Au moment de cette publication, Marc Seguin, brillant ingénieur ardéchois, travaillait déjà à l'amélioration de la locomotive à vapeur mise au point par l'anglais Stephenson. En 1827, il présentera une chaudière tubulaire (qui porte son nom); elle devait équiper les locomotives du nouveau réseau ferré qu'il projetait de construire. Selon le catalogue de Gumuchian, entièrement consacré aux publications ferrovaires en français à partir de 1824, le document présenté ici est le deuxième après celui de Nicholson publié la même année. C'est donc un des premiers documents fondamentaux de toute collection sur le sujet. Exemplaire en parfait état, à grandes marges; quelques paragraphes des pages 4 et 5 ont été mis en valeur par un grand trait à l'encre noire, le mot strictement est souligné. Ces paragraphes concernent plus spécialement la gestion financière de la ligne. Exemplaire bien complet de son plan qui semble faire souvent défaut

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        Holy Bible, According to the Authorized Version

      , 1826. 1826. BIBLE. The Holy Bible, According To the Authorized Version; with Notes, Explanatory and Practical; Taken Principally from the Most Eminent Writers of the United Church of England and Ireland… Prepared and Arranged by The Rev. George D'Oyly, D.D. and The Rev. Richard Mant, D.D… Under the Direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. For the Use of Families. Oxford: Printed for the Society at the Clarendon Press, 1826. Three volumes. Large quarto, contemporary full red morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spines and boards, raised bands, patterned blue endpapers, all edges gilt. $2800.Three-volume, illustrated, 1826 Oxford Family Bible, profusely annotated by

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        Diplôme de Souverain Prince Rose-croix décerné par le Chapitre L'Aimable Sagesse à L'O. de Marseille, constitué par le Grand Orient, au frère L. Adolphe Platel agé de 27 ans, natif du Havre...

      Marseille, le 24 mars, 1826, format 38 x 40 cm, imprimé sur parchemin, avec belle en-tête et large encadrement de colonnes et symboles, nbr. signatures, Bien complet du cachet de cire rouge dans une boite en métal, attaché par des cordons de soie. Bel état. Chapitre non listé par Le Bihan dans L. et Chap. de la G.L. et du G.O.

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        Essay on the Principle of Population

      1826. MALTHUS, Thomas Robert. An Essay on the Principle of Population; or, A View of its Past and Present Effects on Human Happiness. London: John Murray, 1826. Two volumes. Octavo, contemporary full diced brown calf, raised bands, black and red morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers and edges. Housed in a custom slipcase. $2600.1826 edition of MalthusÂ’ controversial Essay, the final one published in his lifetime, in contemporary calf.“One of the founders of modern economics,” Malthus first published his highly contested Essay on the Principles of Population in 1798. This landmark work “was originally the product of a discussion on the perfectibility of society with his father, [who] urged him to publish. Thus the first edition (published anonymously) was essentially a fighting tract, but later editions were considerably altered and grew bulkier as Malthus defended his views against a host of criticsÂ… The Essay was highly influential in the progress of thought in early 19th-century Europe [and] his influence on social policy was considerableÂ… Both Darwin and Wallace clearly acknowledged Malthus as a source of the idea of ‘the struggle for existence” (PMM 251). “The achievement of Malthus was the exposition of the theory of population; and his name has been associated so closely with this theory that, like DarwinÂ’s, it has added a new adjective to the language of civilized peoples” (Palgrave II:670-1). This is the sixth edition, the final one to be published in his lifetime. Lowndes, 1459. Goldsmiths 24893. Early owner signatures dated 1874.Text quite fresh and clean, Volume II with small chip to rear free endpaper, slight rubbing, edge-wear to contemporary boards. An extremely good copy.

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        Zoloé

      - Ambroise Dupont, Paris 1826, in-12 (11,5x18,5cm), (4) 163pp., relié. - Nuova edizione, raro, e certamente la seconda, dopo l'originale molto raramente pubblicato nel 1800 nel formato in-18 (Per tutti i nuovi mercanti di Torino). Binding marina mezzo Marocco sul all'inizio del XX Blanchetière firmato il depliant. Indietro con i nervi decorati con 5 ferri speciali, rulli sui tappi e nervi. Reti sulle stoviglie. Binding è stato eseguito direttamente sulla brochure carta bluastra, la carta è quindi tagliata, come apparso. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Édition originale, rare. Reliure en demi-maroquin marine à coins à grains longs du début du XXème siècle signée Blanchetière, sur brochure. Dos à nerfs orné de cinq fers spéciaux, roulettes sur les coiffes et sur les nerfs. Filets sur les plats. Tête dorée sur témoins. Couvertures et dos conservés. Coiffes et coins très légèrement frottés. Quelques traces de mouillures claires sur les premiers feuillets. Très bel exemplaire non rogné. Roman sentimental se déroulant en Martinique et en Guadeloupe. Un grand propriétaire achète une esclave sénégalaise qui meurt lors d'un accouchement. L'enfant est une métisse qu'on prénommera Zoloé et que le maître des lieux élèvera comme sa fille adoptive ; lui-même a un fils qui sera élevé aux côtés de l'enfant. Les deux enfants jureront de ne jamais se séparer, mais le père destine son fils à un autre mariage. Zoloé, dans sa condition, se sacrifiera et en mourra. Certaines descriptions anecdotiques ont trait à la vie des esclaves et aux plantations, à la nature et au climat. Un compte-rendu du roman a été écrit dans le Mercure de 1826. Il s'agirait d'une

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        THE STATE ROAD LOOK AT THIS!

      1826 - Printed Broadside. [Do We Need a Canal or a State Road] . look at this before giving . votes . "THE FOLLOWING IS A COPY OF A LETTER FROM GEN. THOMAS G. WATERMAN . [in favor] of the state road. [And] Dear Sir . that I consider the proposed canal, from Seneca Lake to Elmira, as a highly important work . Should I be elected to the Senate ." [Next paragraph] Sir: George Park from Binghamton on October 28, 1826 "in answer to your inquiry I can state, that in several conversations with Mr. John A. Collier, he as expressed himself hostile to a State Road, as compared with the Chenango Canal--speaking of it as a foolish project, of no beneficial use to this section of country, and one to which he as decidedly opposed. [and] John R. Drake of Owego "hereby certify that I am acquainted with George Park, who is Surrogate of the county of Broome; that I am acquainted with his hand writing . 16" x 12 1/2" no imprint. Bath, Nov 4, 1826 is the last line on the bottom of the page. Some type transfer due to a long period of being folded, otherwise very good condition. Thomas Glasby Waterman, (1788-1862) lawyer practiced in Owego for a few years and then settled in Binghamton, NY. He served in the lower house of the state legislature in 1826 and then from the state Senate from 1827 to 1831. He published THE JUSTICE MANUAL, OR A SUMMARY OF THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN NEW YORK STATE. Reference - Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. John A. Collier, (1787-1873) jurist. Practiced law in Binghamton, NY, was elected to Congress as a Clay Democrat serving from 1831 to 1833, state comptroller 1845-6 and commissioner to revise the code in 1847. Reference - Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. John R. Drake (1782-1857) was a member of Congress from 1817 to 1819 and a Judge of the court of common pleas for Tioga County, served in the state Assembly 1834, Mayor of Owego and was an important merchant who utilized the river to transport merchandise to markets. He was later a big promoter of the Erie Railroad that was chartered in 1832. Reference - Gay's Gazetteer and Directory of Tioga County, New York.

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        Autograph letter signed ("MVBuren").

      No place, 16. XI. 1826. - 8vo. 2 pp. on bifolium. With integral address panel. To the American lawyer and politician John Vernon Henry: "I see no probability of getting the Chancellor decision soon [.]".

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        Autograph Letter Signed in the Third Person to 'Madame Campbell', (Georges, 1769-1832, French Anatomist known as the "Father of Comparative Anatomy and Palaeontology", Baron)

      1826 - in French with translation, sending her "the tickets for entry to the Museum of Natural History", (at the Jardin du Roi in Paris, now the Jardin des Plantes), and saying "each ticket can be used for 4 persons", no place, 1 side 8vo, Friday, 12th January light brown mark touching a short part of three lines, all perfectly legible (Translation) Monsieur Cuvier has the honour to send Madame Campbell the tickets for entry to the Museum of Natural History for which she asked, each ticket can be used for 4 persons. Friday, 12th January 1826. Cuvier's Animal Kingdom (1817) classified living and fossil animals by their structure, and his geological researches were summed up in his Revolutions of the Surface of the Globe (1825). In 1808 Napoleon appointed him President of the National University, and he worked for public education all his life.

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        Last of the Mohicans; a Narrative of 1757

      , 1826. 1826. [COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE]. The Last of the Mohicans; a Narrative of 1757. London: John Miller, 1826. 3 vols. xi, [1], 287 p.; 276 p.; [2], 295 p. Half titles lacking. Near-contemporary half calf, gilt. Name clipped from top margin of title page of vol. 1, stain on 3:192-3 from laid-in paper, binding lightly rubbed at extremities, but a very good copy. First English edition of the most famous of Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales, and one of the great classics of early American literature. It was the first of Cooper's novels in which the scout Natty Bumppo was made the symbol of all that was wise, heroic, and romantic in the lives and characters of the American frontiersmen. While Cooper's "noble savages," particularly Uncas and Chingachgook, would gain little credence today, for generations of readers in America, England, France, and elsewhere, they represented a unique aspect of life in early America. Today, The Last of the Mohicans is probably the earliest American novel still read for entertainment. This is a particularly nice copy in a near-contemporary binding, though, as usual, it was bound without the half titles.

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        Kriegsgeschichte von Bayern unter König Maximilian Joseph I. (4 Textbände, ohne den Atlas).

      München, (Geographisches Depot und Lindauer), 1826. - Mit 1 gefalteten Tabelle., Pappbände der Zeit mit roten Rückenschild, 21 x 13 cm, Einbände etwas berieben, sonst gut. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Trait

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        Teilansicht, Schlo

      - Lithographie v. Ekeman Alesson, um 1826, 26 x 32,5 Schefold, Nr. 4588. - Seltenes Blatt aus "Malerische Ansichten aus Deutschland".

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        Considerations on the state of the currency.

      8vo., iv + 128 + (2) + 129 - 152pp., title and one or two preliminary pages a little foxed, bound in the late 20th century in plain boards with handwritten title label on upper cover. A very good copy.Publisher: London: John Murray,Year: 1826Edition: First edition.

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        Alexander-Newski-Ged

      - Auf dem Tr

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        The Dramatic Works. With Sixty Engravings on Wood, by John Thompson; from Drawings by Stothard, Corbould, Harvet etc. In Ten Volumes. With Notes Original and Selected, by Samuel Weller Singer, and A Life of the Poet, by Charles Symmons.

      Chiswick: Charles Whittingham, 1826 - 10 volumes, octavo in sixes (165 x 105 mm). Near-contemporary red straight-grain morocco boards by Zaehnsdorf, titles to red sheep labels to tan calf spine, fully gilt in compartments, gilt frame to covers, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. Very slight rubbing to extremities, fading to rear covers of vols. 1 and 6 and to front covers of vols. 5 and 10. An excellent set. Portrait frontispiece, 38 illustrated title pages, illustrations to text. A handsomely bound set of the first edition of Shakespeare's works to include Samuel Weller Singer's notes; "Singer's burgeoning reputation as an Elizabethan scholar was consolidated in 1826, when he prepared a ten-volume edition of Shakespeare's Dramatic Works for the Chiswick Press . (which) went through a further two English editions (1856, 1875), as well as an American edition (1834), which proved particularly successful" (ODNB). Jaggard p. 517.

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        An Essay on Mind, With Other Poems

      London: James Duncan, 1826. First edition, first issue with line 15, p. 75, reading "found," and pages 12, 24 & 148 correctly aligned. xiii, [iii], 152 pp., issued without half-title. 1 vols. 8vo. Uncut in original gray boards with printed spine label. Front board detached, light rubbing; faint stain to gutter of flyleaf, barely visible at gutter of title leaf. Full morocco slipcase. First edition, first issue with line 15, p. 75, reading "found," and pages 12, 24 & 148 correctly aligned. xiii, [iii], 152 pp., issued without half-title. 1 vols. 8vo. Uncut in Boards. Elizabeth Barrett Browning's first mature work, and her first regularly published book. Her first book, The Battle of Marathon, was privately printed for her father in an edition of only 50 copies when she was 14 years old. It is known in only 15 extant copies. An Essay, published when Browning was only 20, reflects her "passion for Byron and Greek politics with an exploration of the human mind's powers. The poem never directly considers how gender influences genius and the prospects for fame. But clearly this is an underlying concern …" (ODNB). Barnes EB2; Hayward 238. Provenance: William Harvis Arnold (bookplate)

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        Große außerordentliche Vorstellung der Tänzer-Familie Knie. - Erste Abtheilung: Tänze mit Balancirstange. Zweite Abtheilung: Tänze ohne Balancirstange. Dritte Abtheilung: Große herkulische Produktionen ausgeführt von Herrn Fridl. Vor der Vorstellung ist die große Ascension, ausgeführt von zwei Kindern von eilf Jahren.

      München, (1826). Plakat mit gr. Holzschnitt (24 x 33 cm) und typographischem Text. Blattgr.: 52 x 43 cm. Der schöne Holzschnitt zeigt zwei Tänzer auf dem Seil, umrandet von 8 kl. Ansichten verschiedener Übungen. Es sind die Initialen "R. K." (Rudolph Knie) auf einem an der Vorrichtung befestigtem Tuch zu sehen; Rudolph (1808-1858) war der Sohn des Friedrich Knie, Stammvaters der Zirkusdynastie. Die "herkulischen Produktionen" zeigte Joseph Fridl, königlicher Hoftänzer und Jongleur. Bei den "eilfjährigen Kindern" könnte es um die Geschwister Rudolphs gehandelt haben: Fanny Adelheid (1814-1857) und Franz (1816-1896). Bücher de

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        Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa in the years 1822 1823 & 1824

      UK: John Murray, 1826. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa in the years 1822 1823 & 1824 by Major Denham Captain Clapperton & the late Dr Oudney First Edition John Murray London 1826. 4to. Illustrated with 13 woodcuts in the text, with 34 engraved plates, one of which coloured, plus four engraved maps of which one is folding. Later calfspine, with gilt spine and green and red labels, marbled boards and marbled edges. An excellent copy.

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        Alexander-Newski-Gedächtniskirche auf dem Kapellenberg, Potsdam, 1856. Original-Photographie. Vintage. Salzpapier-Abzug. Verlagsseitig montiert. Köln, verlegt durch F.C. Eisen, 1856. Bildgröße 25 x 39 cm. Blattgröße 45 x 63 cm.

      Auf dem Träger Blindstempel des Verlegers (der Träger an den Rändern leicht gebräunt sowie ein ganz kleiner Einriß im rechten weißen Rand, der Abzug im linken und unteren Rand etwas blass, sonst sehr gut erhalten). Rarissimum der frühen Potsdam-Photographie und sicherlich die erste großformatige fotografische Ansicht der berühmten Kirche. Die Kirche wurde zwischen 1826 und 1829 von Friedrich Wilhelm III. für die aus Russland stammenden Soldaten des Sängerchors der russischen Kolonie Alexandrowka errichtet und ist das älteste russisch-orthodoxe Kirchengebäude in Westeuropa. Die frühesten überlieferten Potsdam-Fotos stammen von sog. 'Reisephotographen', also solchen, die nicht ortsansässig waren. In Potsdam waren dies Michiels (1823-1887), der 1856 dort photographierte, und die Brüder Schneider, die erst 1859 Berlin und Potsdam bereisten. Michiels ist vor allem für seine Aufnahmen vom Kölner Dom bekannt, von seinen - hervorragenden - Potsdam-Photographien tauchten bisher nur ganz wenige auf. Vier Motive wurden 2006 im Rahmen der Ausstellung 'Auslöser Potsdam' gezeigt, weitere kennt man nur aus dem Inserat, das der Verleger Eisen 1858 in der Leipziger 'Illustrirten Zeitung' schaltete. Abgesehen von der Seltenheit ist das große Format und der ausgezeichnete Erhaltungszustand des hier angebotenen Abzugs bemerkenswert. Der seinerzeitige Preis betrug übrigens 2 Taler (Thaler) pro Blatt, das entspricht etwa dem Wochengehalt eines Webers um 1850 oder dem halben Monatslohn einer Stickerin oder Weißnäherin in Berlin. - Vgl. Auslöser Potsdam, 29 - Heidtmann, Wie das Photo..., S. 55.

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        Oeuvres complètes de Buffon, mises en ordre et précédées d'une Notice historique par M. A. Richard, suivie de Deux volumes sur les Progrès des Sciences Physiques et Naturelles depuis la mort de Buffon, par M. le Baron Cuvier (28 + 4 du Complément de Cuvier : 32 Tomes - Complet)

      32 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque demi-veau à petits coins cerise, dos à 5 nerfs estampés à froid, dos orné, toutes tranches marbrées, Chez Baudouin Frères, et chez N. Delangle, Paris, 1826 [ Progrès des Sciences Physiques ], 1827-1828, Tome 1 : frontispice et 1 carte dépliante ; Tome 2 : 2 planches en noir ; Tome 4 : 3 pl. en noir ; Tome 5 : 2 cartes dépliantes ; Tome 11 : 1 pl. en noir ; Tome 12 : 1 pl. en noir ; Tome 14 : 11 pl. couleurs et 1 noire ; Tome 15 : 11 pl. couleurs ; Tome 16 : 12 pl. couleurs ; Tome 17 : 8 pl. couleurs ; Tome 18 : 24 pl. couleurs ; Tome 19 : 7 pl. couleurs ; Tome 20 : 19 pl. couleurs ; Tome 21 : 9 pl. couleurs ; Tome 22 : 21 pl. couleurs ; Tome 23 : 20 pl. couleurs ; Tome 21 : 9 pl. couleurs ; Tome 22 : 21 pl. couleurs ; Tome 23 : 20 pl. couleurs ; Tome 24 : 11 pl. couleurs ; Tome 26 : 8 pl. couleurs ; Tome 27 : 9 pl. couleurs ; Tome 28 : 6 pl. couleurs Superbe reliure romantique très décorative (qq. minimes frott. et défauts à la reliure). Le présent exemplaire propose 3 cartes dépliantes, 8 planches en noir, 1 frontispice, et 176 planches en couleurs (sur 192) ; manquent l'intégralité des planches du tome 25, dont le cinquième cahier, manquant, a été entièrement refait à l'époque, calligraphié à l'imitation (rouss. souvent fortes). Prix en l'état pour cet exemplaire extrêmement décoratif. Français

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        Oeuvres choisies

      Meeting by the owner of two books with the aim to complete, the owner and Assistant to the volume of selected works appeared in Paris, a volume (the second) of the complete works published in Brussels. Frontispiece and title vignette for choisies.Livres works connected with the arms of the Earl of Lucan (Ireland, County Dublin), George Charles Bingham, Marshall Field, with the motto: Spes mea Christus. The presence of lilies is probably explained by the fact that the first Earl of Lucan was the son of Jacques Fitz-James, naturalized français.Plein pink calf contemporary (English binding) signed Hering. Smooth spine decorated with foliage in the grotesque and a crowned eagle (symbol of the arms of Count). boards smoothies weapons and dotted framing net. Interior lace and cuts. An accident on the upper jaw of Volume II. Marbled edges. Back very slightly discolored. A lost piece title of Volume II. Mors rubbed. Very nice copy, despite the poet défauts.Bien Parny menus, pre-Romantic in his writing, is now obsolete, it was not only popular but received unparalleled esteem of his peers; and Chateaubriand wrote: I knew by heart the elegies Knight Parny, and I know yet, and Pushkin, evoking the erotic poetry Parny say that was his master. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Roux-Dufort ; Auguste Wahlen Paris & Bruxelles 1826 in-8 (12,5x20,5cm) 2 tomes reliés

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        Europa und sein Monarchenthum oder Geheime Politik der Staaten aus der Moral- und Rechts-Philosophie. Versuch einer politischen Glückseligkeitslehre für alle Stände * 2 Bände (vollständig) / Handeinbände der Zeit mit teilziseliertem Ganzgoldschnitt

      Vollständige Ausgabe: 2 Bände, jeweils in elegantem Handeinband der Zeit als Festeinband / Pappband 8vo im Format 12,7 x 20,7 cm mit Rückentitel und Liniendekoration beider Deckel in Goldprägung (Handvergoldung), Innenkantenvergoldung, ziselierter Ganzgoldschnitt und handgestochenem Kopfband, 292 / 316 Seiten, Schrift. Fraktur. - "Warum handgebunden? - Die wesentlichsten Vorzüge des guten Handbandes sind: Die einzelnen Druckbögen werden mit der Hand nach dem Schriftspiegel gefalzt. Die Bogenränder werden dadurch zwar ungleich, aber das Satzbild steht gerade. Um infolge der ungleichen Ränder ein späteres zu starkes Beschneiden mit der Maschine zu vermeiden, werden die Bogen einzeln, vorne und unten, mit der Pappschere auf ein Mittelmaß rauh beschnitten. Dadurch wird der Druckrand weitestgehend geschont. Als erste und letzte Lage wird dem Buche zum Schutze eine leere Papierlage hinzugefügt, welche mit einem feinen Leinen- oder echten Japanpapierfalz versehen ist. Geheftet wird der Handband nach sorgfältiger Auswahl des Heftzwirnes auf echten erhabenen oder aufgedrehten flachen Bünden und auf Pergamentriemchen (welche beim Pergamentbande durch den Rücken gezogen werden). Oben wird das Buch beschnitten und erhält nicht nur der Schönheit willen Goldschnitt, sondern diese feine Metallschicht schützt vielmehr die dem Lichte und Staub am meisten ausgesetzte Schnittfläche vor deren schädlichen Einflüssen. Die Deckel werden in einem tiefen Falz angesetzt, mit den Bünden nach außen. Ein Herausreißen aus der Decke ist somit nur unter Zuhilfenahme von Werkzeug möglich. Zum Kapital wird kein schlappes maschinengewebtes Bändchen verwendet, sondern das Kapital wird von Hand mit dem Buchblock umstochen und gibt dadurch dem Rücken einen festen Abschluß. Als Einbandmaterial kommen sumachgares, lichtechtes Saffian, Kalbleder, vereinzelt auch Rindsleder, ferner naturelles und weißes Schweinsleder sowie Kalbspergament zur Verwendung. Ein mit der Hand hergestelltes, dazupassendes Überzugpapier sowie Handvergoldung oder Blinddruck am Rücken ergänzen das Werk nach außen. Ein solcher Einband entspricht allen Anforderungen, die an einen Gebrauchsband gestellt werden können." Aus einem alten Prospekt von Richard Hönn, ehemals Handbinderei des Verlages Albert Langen, Werkstatt für feine Buchbinder-und Lederarbeiten in München, Dienerstrasse 14. - . - Deutsche Kunstbuchbinderei im 19. Jahrhundert, Liebhabereinband, Verfassung, deutsche Königreiche, Monarchie, Constitutions-Politik, organische Gesetzgebung, Monarchie als vorzüglichste Staatsform überhaupt, Legitimismus, Volksrepräsentation, Volksvertretung, landständische Verfassung, Demagogen und Volksverderber, Verteidigung des Büchernachdrucks, Bücher-Nachdruck, Zensurwesen, Censur in Deutschland, Verfassung der Völker, Konstitutionswuth des Zeitalters, Staatsrecht. - Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung (kleine Papieraufkleber auf Rücken, sonst sehr gut) ausführlich besprochen in der Jenaischen Allgemeinen Literatur-Zeitung 1826

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        \"Das Panorama von Innsbruck\". Vier Gesamtansichten.

       Vier kolorierte Lithographien nach Friedrich Rehberg, lithographiert von F. Rehberg und F. Schweighofer, gedruckt im Lithogr. Institut in Wien, um 1826, je ca. 35 x 62 cm. Nebehay-Wagner 534. - Das Panorama besteht aus folgenden Ansichten: 1. \"Der Berg Isel\" (bei uns im Druck als Nr. I bezeichnet, 35 x 62 cm); mit schönem Blick in die Maria-Theresie-Straße; 2. \"Das Oberinnthal\" (35 x 52 cm); Blick von einer Balustrade auf Brücke und über den Inn hinweg auf Berge; 3. \"Ansichten gegen Amras\" (35 x 30 cm); 4. \"Das Unterinnthal\" (35 x 51 cm). - Hier ohne \"Das Panorama von Innsbruck. Die Höttinger Alpen\" und die Landkarte. - Die breitrandigen Ansichten z.T. gering fleckig. Kräftiges, farbfrisches Kolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Österreich, Panoramen

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        Zoloé

      Ambroise Dupont 1826 - - Ambroise Dupont, Paris 1826, in-12 (11,5x18,5cm), (4) 163pp., relié. - Edition originale, rare. Reliure en demi-maroquin marine à coins à grains longs du début XXe signée Blanchetière, sur brochure. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 fers spéciaux, roulettes sur les coiffes et sur les nerfs. Filets sur les plats. Tête dorée sur témoins. Couvertures et dos conservés. Coiffes et coins très légèrement frottés. Quelques traces de mouillures claires sur les premiers feuillets. Très bel exemplaire non-rogné. Roman sentimental se déroulant en Martinique et en Guadeloupe. Un grand propriétaire achète une esclave sénégalaise qui meurt lors d'un accouchement. L'enfant est une métisse qu'on prénommera Zoloé et que le maître des lieux élèvera comme sa fille adoptive ; lui-même a un fils qui sera élevé aux côtés de l'enfant. Les deux enfants jureront de ne jamais se séparer, mais le père destine son fils à un autre mariage. Zoloé, dans sa condition, se sacrifiera et en mourra. Certaines descriptions anecdotiques ont trait à la vie des esclaves et aux plantations, à la nature et au climat. Un compte-rendu du roman a été écrit dans le Mercure de 1826. Il s'agirait d'une œuvre écrite par un Guadeloupéen ou un Martiniquais d'origine européenne, emblématique de l'éclosion, depuis le début du XIXème siècle, d'une littérature franco-antillaise. Ex libris gravé : Bibliothèque du château des Rozais. 1908. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition, rare, and certainly the second, after the original very rarely published in 1800 in the format in-18 (For all new merchants in Turin). Binding half morocco navy over the early twentieth Blanchetière signed on brochure. Back with nerves decorated with 5 special irons, rollers on the caps and nerves. Nets on the boards. Binding was performed directly on the brochure bluish paper, the paper is therefore uncut, as appeared. (4) 163pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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