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        Histoire naturelle de l'homme précédée de son éloge historique par M. le Baron G[eorges] Cuvier.

      F. G. Levrault, Paris 1827 - "First edition thus, 8vo, pp. [4], lxxii, [73]-321; engraved portrait of the author and 1 folding facsimile; some foxing but generally a very good copy in orig. printed paper-covered boards. This copy with an inscription on the front pastedown "A monsieur le Docteur Moreau de l'Editeur" and with Moreau's bookplate. "Article extrait du 21e volume du Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles." Lacépède's text was first separately published in 1821, without Cuvier's éloge."

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        Chart of the MEDITERRANEAN SEA.

      A New General Atlas. Edinburgh: Printed by Ben Stark for John Thomson. 1827. - Copper engraving. Original outline colour. Size: 60 x 49 cm. (23½ x 19½ inches). Slightly darkened centrefold. Fine condition. Handsome map of the Mediterranean, with seven inset maps of some important harbours - Marseilles, Genoa, Gibraltar, Leghorn (Italy) Algiers and Smyrna (Turkey). The insets have soundings, and two - Gibraltar and Algiers - have plans of naval battles. The New General Atlas was one of the most accurate and best produced atlases of the day. John Thomson's 'County Atlas of Scotland' is generally considered the finest of its kind.

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        Chateaux et Monumens des Pays-Bas Faisant suite au Voyage pittoresque, dédié à S.A.R. la Princesse d'Orange.

      Jobard Frères, Bruxelles 1827 - Two volumes, each in a marbled paper slipcase, oblong 4to. Magnificently decorated later (1860's) full morocco bindings. Boards and spines richly gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt inner dentelles. All edges marbled and the edges of the boards tooled in gilt. Overall in an absolutely fine condition with the vast majority of the plates in pristine condition. Often it is assumed that this book is complete with 202 plates, probably based on the last number in the index of volume II, however, a complete copy should contain 205 lithographs. The text pages are unnumbered, but after collation all plates are accounted for in the text, so we consider the text to be complete as well. The plates of these castles and views are particularly attractive because of the vivid figures depicted here; walking, viewing or carrying out other activities in the direct vicinity of these mansions and sites. The lithographs in these volumes are by or after A. van Afferden, Bertrand, Colleye, T.S. Cooper, Goetgebuer, van Hemelryck, Jobard, Kreins, C.V. Labarge, Lemaître, de Looze, Madou, de Marbaix, Mogford, Moreau, Pingret, Roux, C.H. Smith, C.A. Snoeck and Sturm. An absolutely stunning beautiful copy of an uncommon book. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LE COSTUME ANCIEN ET MODERNE OU L’HISTOIRE du Gouvernement, de la Milice, de la Religion, des Arts, Sciences et Usages de tous les Peuples Anciens et Modernes. Europe II.er Vol. II.er Partie: Le Costume des Etrusques. Milan de l’Imprimerie de l’Éditeur, 1827.

      - Ril. carton. non origin., dorso origin. in cuoio con decor. caratt. oro, cm 36x26, pp. 620, di t., 1 grande carta geograf. al front. e numer. tavv. f.t. di cui alcune mancanti. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Op. 130]. Troisième Quatuor pour 2 Violons, Alte & Violoncelle... [Subtitle]: dediés a Son Altesse Monseigneur le Prince Nicolas de Galitzin.[Set of parts]

      Vienne: Maths. Artaria [PN] 871. [1827]. Folio. 1f. (title), [i] (blank), 2-15, [i] (blank); 13, [i] (blank); 11, [i] (blank), 11, [i] (blank). Disbound. Slight dampstaining to upper inner corner of viola part and to outer margins, just affecting printed area of violoncello part. A very good, fresh, wide-margined copy overall. . First Edition. Kinsky p. 394. Beethoven Beiträge p. 233. Thayer 255. Hoboken 2, 516. Title reproduced in Bory: Beethoven, p. 208. This, the third of the quartets dedicated to Prince Galitzin, was composed in 1825. "The event that was personally important to Beethoven at this time was the first performance of his Quartet in B-flat, his "Leibquartett" as it [was] once called in the Conversation Books... The performance took place on March 21, 1826... [Matthias Artaria] had purchased the publishing rights of the Quartett and after the performance he went to Beethoven with the suggestion that he write a new finale and that the fugue be published as an independent piece... Beethoven complied, and the original finale was subsequently published as Op. 133." Thayer-Forbes: Beethoven, pp. 974-975.

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        Giardino Nella Reggia Di Minosse Nell'Isola De Creta

      Milan - Aquatint engraving with original hand color. Ca. 1827. Sheet size: 15 x 18 1/4". Inventory#: p505pmat. "Questa scena fu esequita pel Ballo mitologico, Dedalo, inventato, e posto sulle scene dell'I. R. Teatro alla Scala dal Sig. Salvatore Vigano. Il Carnevale dell'Anno 1818." As opera reached a height of popularity and innovation in early 19th-century Italy, stage sets and scenery were increasingly viewed as art forms unto themselves. Enterprising artists and designers competed to create the most lavish, evocative, and visually engaging opera settings, and were so successful that their stage sets often competed with the performances themselves for an audience's attention and appreciation. Public criticism of various operas often revolved as much around the quality of the set designs as the beauty of the music, and audiences became increasingly discerning about the visual aspects of grand performances. Reflecting this tendency, Alessandro Sanquirico, a Milanese artist, was inspired to document the most striking sets at Italy's most celebrated opera house, La Scala in Milan. Sanquirico's vividly colored, masterfully drafted aquatint engravings capture the sumptuousness and sheer spectacle of these extravagant sets, often including costumed singers in the midst of a concert, and at the same time the artist brings the excitement of the performance to life in these remarkably vibrant illustrations. 0

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        EGECUTORIAL DE HIDALGUÍA DE LOS BARRICARTES.

      Manuscrito impreso sobre buen papel. Pamplona, 1827 - . 34,5 cm. 1 h., 1 lám. con el escudo de la familia pintado a mano que tiene por divisas la cabeza del rey Abderramen sobre un puente con tres rocas en la parte inferior, 29 h. (sin foliar). Texto en orla. Enc. en pasta española, ruedas. * Ejecutoria de hidalguía otorgada a favor de Bernardo, procurador de los Tribunales Reales, Lino, Próspero y Carlos Barricarte, hijos de Joaquín de Barricarte y Severina de Ezcurrra, presentada al ayuntamiento de Pamplona. La familia Barricarte procedía de la villa de Isaba, del valle de Roncal, y se estableció después en Larraga. Ejecutoria. Navarra. Pamplona. Genealogia i heràldica Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Missale Romanum ex decreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum, Sancti Pii V Pontificis Maximi jussu editum, Clementis VIII et Urbani VIII.

      Ex typ. Mechitaristica., Viennae. 1827 - In fol., cm. 40, p. pelle, pp. XXXVI + 508 + CXX. Nervi. Ricchi fregi ai piatti ed al d. in o. Due pregevoli inc. a tutta p. di cui 1 in antip. di Mengs e Boehm, e l'altra a p. 217 di Van Dyk e Leybold. Stampa su due colonne ad inchiostro rosso e nero. Alcune pp. di musica notata. Custodia in pelle con ornatura e fregi in o.

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        OSAGES PEUPLADE SAUVAGE DE L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE, DANS L'ETAT DE MISSOURI. ARRIVES A PARIA LE 13 AOUT 1827. No. 89.

      [Paris]: Lith. de Delpech, [1827]. - Handcolored lithograph, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches. Lightly soiled, a bit of wear at the corners. Very good. Matted. A magnificent handcolored lithograph depicting three of the six Osage Indians that visited France in 1827. Their famed visit had a profound impact on French attitudes towards the tribe, many current members of which were the result of relations between French pioneers and Osage women. The six Indians, consisting of four warriors and two squaws, were quickly dubbed a "prince," "princesses," and "warriors" by the French press. Numerous publications were published in conjunction with the visit, as were a handful of prints. This print depicts three members of the group - two men and a woman. They are shown from the chest or waist up - spaced in an impressionistic style and not in a conventional pose. Kishagashugah, depicted on the right, was an Osage chief inspired by a tradition that his ancestor had visited Paris. He is shown holding a club and wearing a large medallion around his neck. Also depicted are a woman, Gretomih (at left) and Minckchatahooh, another warrior (below). This and most other images of the group portray the Indians as objects of fascination. It is clear this print was produced separately and not intended to accompany any text. The lithograph was drawn by Francois Delpech after a painting by Louis Boilly. We know of one other lithograph after Boilly of the Osages, numbered "90" (the present print is numbered "89"), but we are unaware of any other images of the Osages created by Boilly beside those two. We are able to locate only three other copies of this rare print - at the Newberry Library, Yale, and the American Philosophical Society. OCLC 41672603, 61658013.

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        Todesurtheil, welches von dem Magistrate der Kaiserl. Königl. Haupt- und Residenz-Stadt Wien, über die mit dem Severin v. J****, fälschlich Graf v. J**** wegen meuchlerischen Raubmordes abgeführte Criminaluntersuchung geschöpfet, und in Folge der von den hohen und höchsten Justiz-Behörden herabgelangten Bestätigung heute den 30. August 1827 mit dem Strange vollzogen worden ist.

      [Vienna, no printer, 1827]. - Large 4to. (4) pp. (double leaf). Official publication of the sentence passed on the Polish noble Severin von Jaroszinsky (1793-1827), who had lived beyond his means in Vienna and killed his former matematics teacher Johann Konrad Blank, selling his bonds. Three days later, he was arrested. He was hanged after a long trial on 30 August 1827 - a spectactular event said to have attracted 20,000 spectators. - Slight browning; insignificant tears in the fold. Cf. Edelsbacher/Seyrl, Wiener Kriminal-Chronik. 200 Jahre Kriminalistik und Kriminalität in Wien (Vienna 1993), p. 22-25.

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        Asie. Partie de la Chine. No. 59. (China/Far East)

      Bruxelles 1827 - Lithograph with hand-color. From Atlas Universal. Sheet size: 21 x 27". Inventory#: p1844pmat.

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        Werke. Vollständige Ausgabe letzeter Hand. 55 Bände unter des durchlauchtigsten Deutschen Bundes schützenden Privilegien

      - Cotta`sche Buchhandlung, Stgt., 1827 - 1834. Zusammen ca. 19.300 S., original Pappbände der zeit mit handbeschriebenen Rückentiteln (etwas berieben und bestossen/1 Kapital ausgebrochen) - Bände 1 - 55 (von 60 Bänden). Erste Ausgabe, Wilpert/Gühriing, 420,150/Enthält die erste Ausgabe von Faust, II. Teil in Band 41 - [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Natchez: roman indien.

      Paris and London: Henry Colburn 1827 - Rare London edition in French. 1827. 3 vols, 8vo. Pp 350, 281, 312. Original pink paper cover boards, some damage to back of cover of volume 1, but generally Very Good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Wien, 29. I. 1827. - 2 SS. 4to. An Franz Xaver von Peball, den Verweser des Kommunitäts-Radwerks Nr. VI in Vordernberg (Steiermark): "Sie werden durch meinen Verläßlichen Treuen Comissionar neuerdings etwas zu lesen bekommen haben, es ist der Entwurf einer Vereinigungs Urkunde - ich bitte dieselbe zu prüfen und mir nur zu bemerken ob ich nicht vielleicht etwas vergessen habe - das was da steht ist von mir nach beyziehung Verständiger Juristen zu Papier gebracht worden - Für deranden [d. i. Vorderhand] ist diese Sache den übrigen noch nicht mitzutheilen, denn die Mägen sind nicht stark genug so viel auf einmal zu Verdauen; so bald ich das Gesuch an S. Majestät erhalte werde ich einen Aufsatz zugleich Allerhöchst demselben zu dessen alleiniger Wissenschaft überreichen, welchen ich ihnen auf dem persönlichen Weege auch zu Ihrer alleinigen Kenntnis zusende [-] da er zu wahr ist und manches so darstellet wie es ist folglich manchen nicht Schmecken würde - allein hier blieb mir nichts anderes zu thun übrig wenn ich einen Erfolg bewirken wollte [.] Jetzt nähert sich der Tag der Gößer licitation[,] ich kann nicht mehr sagen als ich schon gesaget - und wiederhole nur das früher Erinnerte - die Deputate sollen auf alles gefaßt seyn, sich durch nichts abschrecken lassen - und Göß auf jeden Falle erstehen [.]". - Erzherzog Johann, der 1822 das Vordernberger Radgewerk Nr. 2 erworben hatte, sollte bis zum Ende des Jahrzehnts die anderen ortsansässigen Radmeister vom Eintritt in eine "Bergunion" überzeugen, deren Gründungsvertrag heute als eigentliches Gründungsdokument der Oesterreichisch-Alpine Montangesellschaft (ÖAMG) gilt, aus der im vergangenen Jahrhundert die Vereinigten Österreichischen Eisen- und Stahlwerke (VÖEST) und später die Voestalpine AG hervorgehen sollte. Unter Johanns Einfluß auch ersteigerte die "Vordernberger Radmeisterkommunität" das Stift Göss, wo auf die Initiative des Erzherzogs hin eine bergmännische Lehranstalt, die „Steiermärkisch-Ständische Montanlehranstalt", gegründet wurde, die 1849 nach Leoben verlegt werden sollte und aus der 1904 die „Montanistische Hochschule" und 1975 die „Montanuniversität Leoben" hervorging. - Stark gebräunt und mit größeren Einrissen und Läsuren (hierdurch insbes. im unteren Drittel der Recto-Seite größerer Buchstabenverlust in einigen Zeilen). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Plate 385 (CCCLXXXV) - Bank Swallow/Violet-Green Swallow

      Robert Havell, London 1827 -

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        Northern Part of ENGLAND/ Southern Part of ENGLAND.

      A New General Atlas. Edinburgh: Printed by Ben Stark for John Thomson. 1827. - Copper engraving. Original colour with later additions. Size of each part: 59 x 49.5 cm. (23 x 19½ inches). Some area of slight darkening, but clean and fresh. Creasing to top right and lower left and closed tear on right margin of northern part. Very good condition. Handsome pair of maps of Britain, the northern part extends as far south as Anglesey. The southern part continues southwards from North Wales to the south coast. Inset view of 'The Rope Bridge between the Islands of Holyhead and Anglesey' at top right of northern part, and of 'New Custom House near London Bridge'at lower right of southern part. The New General Atlas was one of the most accurate and best produced atlases of the day.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Alessandro Volta. Engraved portrait By Rados after Focosi.

      L. Rados, Milan 1827 - Volta, Alessandro (1745-1827). Engraved portrait by Luigi Rados (1773-1840) after Roberto Focosi. Milan: presso l'Editore Proprietario Luigi Rados, 1828. 490 x 347 mm. Small repairs to margins, some faint stains, otherwise very good. This fine portrait, engraved after Volta's death, shows him seated at a table, his left hand inside his coat and his right resting on the table, with an example of his "crown of cups" battery at his right and a Voltaic pile behind him. A 7-line caption in Italian gives a brief resume of Volta's achievements. Volta, the inventor of the first electric battery, published his first paper on it in the Phil. Trans. in 1800; his investigations proved the identity of Galvani's "animal" electricity with the electricity generated by his apparatus. The Voltaic pile made possible the experiments leading to the decomposition of water, electro-deposition of metal, and creation of the electro-magnet, initiating the electrical age. Benezit for the engraver.

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        HIGH STREET CANTERBURY Drawn on stone by T.S. Cooper.

      Canterbury: Henry Ward, 14, Sun Street. Printed by C. Hullmandel. [1827] - Hand-coloured lithograph. Image size 13 inches x 10.5 inches. Good clear impression. Mounted in acid-free card. This is one of the 'Six Views in Canterbury' drawn by Cooper and one of the few topographical works that he produced. This version has been lightly coloured to highlight the interesting details of the Paris and London Royal Mail coach and its passengers outside the Coach and Wagon Office at the George and Dragon. The view is towards King's Bridge and the Weavers with St Peter's Street beyond, leading to the Westgate. The lithographs were published by Ward in Canterbury and printed and sold by Hullmandel in London and by various booksellers in Kent. Thomas Sidney Cooper of Canterbury (1803-1902) was a celebrated and accomplished painter of livestock, especially cattle. A fine example of this scarce Canterbury street scene. PRINTS/MAPS CANTERBURY PRINTS/MAPS

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        1827 Autograph Album from Yale College. [Printed title page]: Album

      Published by N. & S.S. Jocelyn, New Haven 1827 - Blank book. Quarter leather and marbled papercovered boards with red morocco label gilt on front board, small label on the front pastedown of Durrie & Peck: New Haven binders, stationers, and blank book manufacturers. Re-spined, edgewear, else a very good copy. Handwritten name of J.W. (James Woods) McLane on label on front board. McLane was born in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1801. He made a 1000 mile trip on horseback in order to attend Phillips Academy, Andover, graduated from Yale in 1829, and then from the Andover Theological Seminary in 1835. He rose to prominence, and was the first Minister of the Madison Street Presbyterian Church in New York City. In 1852 he was named Chairman of the important Commission on the modernization of the authorized version of the King James Bible for the American Bible Society. He also served as Director of the Union Theological Seminary. He died in New York in 1864. His daughter, Ann Richards McLane, was a noted American artist. This blank book was kept as an autograph book starting in 1827 while McLane was a student at Yale. He has Signed the book on the second leaf: "James W. McLane. Yale College. July 4th, 1827." Over the next two years, McLane collected autograph contributions from 62 of his classmates, or from the two classes immediately preceding his. Although a few of the contributions are mere sentiments, most are relatively substantial contributions consisting of one or more pages of occasionally thoughtful reminiscences or statements of belief or purpose. Many of the contributors were future clergymen, among their member are several of the influential "Illinois Band" of clergyman. Further details available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tabletop Still Life

      - Paul Lacroix (1827-1869) Tabletop Still Life Oil on canvas Signed lower right 32” x 24”; 39 ½” x 31” framed This grand still life, which depicts lush fruits displayed on a tabletop arranged with grapevines and a glass of wine, is by the artist Paul Lacroix. This tribute to abundance reflects themid-19th century optimism and economic wealth of America. Educated Americans of this period were developing awareness and tastes for European works, such as late-17th century and early-18thcentury Dutch still-life paintings. The prolific 19th century American painter, Severin Roesen, developed his own variation of still-life painting and had a large following for his work. Lacroix's and Roesen's careers overlapped in New York, and it is thought that Lacroix was the talent behind many of Roesen's paintings as differences in the artist's work are indiscernible in some cases. This is further supported by the fact that Lacroix's name is mentioned only after Roesen left New York for Pennsylvania. Even though Lacrox's talent was as abundant as his subjects, much is unknown about the life of this artist. He was known to be of French/Swiss origin, immigrated to the United States in the late 1840s, and was active between 1858-1869. Sadly, current known works of Lacroix only account for a few short years, and his whereabouts after 1869 are not fully known. LaCroix exhibited at the National Academy of Design and the Brooklyn Art Association during his lifetime, and his works are currently in the collections of New Britain Museum of American Art, CT; Holyoke Museum, MA; Brooklyn Museum and Lyman Allyn Museum, CT. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        SKETCHES Of A TOUR To The LAKES, Of the Character and Customs of the Chippeway Indians, and of Incidents Connected with the Treaty of Fond du Lac. Also, A Vocabulary of the Algic, or Chippeway Language, Formed in Part, and As Far as it Goes, Upon the Basis of One Furnished by the Hon. Albert Gallatin.

      Published by Fielding Lucas, Jun'r., Baltimore: 1827 - Illustrated with 29 inserted lithographed plates, 18 hand-colored. "The author was for many years superintendent of Indian affairs at Washington, and was brought in constant association with the principal men of the nations and tribes which sent representatives to the seat of government. In this tour he formed a more intimate association with the great mass of the Indian population, and was able to present much valuable information regarding it." [Field]. Binding - Fine. Textblock - VG (occasional foxing/period pos to t.p. top margin). Modern speckled tan quarter-calf binding, with marbled paper boards. 8vo. 8-1/2" x 5-1/4". 1st edition (American Imprints 29575; Field 994; Howes M-132; Pilling 2383; Sabin 43407). viii, 493, [1] pp. Chippeway vocabulary 7 pp at rear. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires anecdotiques sur l’intérieur du Palais et sur quelques événemens de l'Empire depuis 1805 jusqu'au 1er mai 1814, pour servir à l'histoire de Napoléon. Avec deux portraits et cent vingt fac-similé.

      A. Levavasseur ; Baudouin frères 1827 - Livre d'occasion 4 vol. in-8°, rel. de l'époque demi-chagrin vert foncé, dos lisses titrés, VIII-495pp., [2]ff.-320pp., [2]ff.-X-403pp., [2]ff.-287pp., LIIpp. de table in fine, frontispice gravé dans chacun des volumes, 10 pl. h.-t. dans le vol. II, dont qqs. unes dépliantes. En frontispices, portraits de Napoléon, de Joséphine, de Marie-Louise, et deux médailles. les planches h. texte, reliées dans le vol. 2, représentent le berceau du Roi de Rome et plus de 100 signatures en fac-similé. Les deux premiers volumes sont en seconde édition, les deux volumes publiés par A. Levavasseur en édition originale. Réf. bibliographiques : Tulard 99. Condition : Plats lég. frottés. Belle cond. des 4 volumes ne présentant que de rares rousseurs. 1840g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Reise in Chile, Peru und auf dem Amazonenstrome während der Jahre 1827-1832.

      - Leipzig, F. Fleischer & J.C. Hinrichssche Buchhandlung, 1835-1836. 2 text volumes & atlas. 4to (268 x 220mm, text vols) & oblong-folio (480 x 650mm, atlas). pp. xviii, 466; pp. viii, 464, with 16 large lithographed plates. Contemporary boards (a bit worn). Famous and beautifully illustrated South American expedition. "After his visiting Chile and Peru Poeppig journeyed down the Amazon river to Parà. Part of his scientific collection was lost but he managed to save an enormous quantity. The account of the expedition and the botanical surveys he published are comparable to the work of Humboldt" (Barba de Moraes)."Der sächsische Botaniker Poeppig lebte schon einige Jahre in den Vereinigten Staaten, bevor er Ende 1826 in Baltimore zu einer Südamerikareise aufbrach. Er reiste allein durch verschiedene Provinzen von Chile, dann durch Peru, bestieg der Vulkan Antuco und überquerte von Lima aus die Anden. Zwei Jahre verbrachte er bei den Indianern in Maynas. Im zweiten Band berichtet er über seine Flossfahrt auf dem Huallaga, Marañon und Amazonas bis Parà, wo er Ende April 1831 eintraf" (Brasilien-Bibliothek der Robert Bosch GMBH).The fine large plates are by Joseph Anton Sedlmayr, Joh. Nepomuk Ott and Ignaz Bergmann after drawings by Poeppig.The two text vols have considerable foxing and occasional waterstaining, and do not contain the folded map as well as the sheet of music (lacking in most copies). The atlas volume is very fine showing charming South American sceneries.Barba de Moraes p. 681; Sabin 63 629; Robert Bosch 411. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE MONUMENT TO DE KALB, WHO FELL FIGHTING IN DEFENCE OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN ON THE PLAINS OF CAMDEN, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AUGUST 16th, 1780

      [New York]: John Hill, 1827.. Aquatint with hand-coloring. Sheet size: 17 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches. Minor toning and light wear. Closed tear to top half of sheet, near center; closed tear repaired with tissue in left margin. Minor loss in center of image. Good. Handsome image of the monument erected to honor the Baron De Kalb, who was killed at the Battle of Camden, South Carolina, during the Revolutionary War. The monument was erected in front of the Presbyterian Church in Camden, and the cornerstone laid by General Lafayette, who was De Kalb's protege and fellow general during the war. The aquatint shows the church, with the monument in the right- center. A couple with a small dog stand before the monument, the man pointing with his cane and presumably explaining the importance of the monument to the woman. "...at Camden Kalb achieved immortality. Positioned on the American right, he and his regulars were exposed when the militia forces under Gates on the left and center collapsed and fled. Surrounded by superior forces, Kalb resisted stubbornly and mounted three assaults in an attempt to break the British lines. He sustained eleven wounds and died at Camden, having earned the apotheosis he sought. To a British officer who consoled him in his last hours, Kalb said, 'I thank you for your generous sympathy, but I die the death I always prayed for - the death of a soldier fighting for the rights of man'" - ANB. This very rare print was executed by John Hill, the foremost aquatint artist to work in the United States, and creator of the famed HUDSON RIVER PORTFOLIO. Any of Hill's individual productions are rare. There are very few prints of Southern subjects from this early a date. STAUFFER 1327.

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        The Annals of Jamaica Vol.I of 2 Only

      John Murray, London 1827 - Vol.1 only of 2 of the rare 1st Edition. First Edition, First Issue, dated 1827. "One of the best known histories of a Caribbean island.The book was taken off the market by court order following action brought against the publisher concerning Volume 2 by two free persons of color, Lescesne and Escoffery, who had been deported from Jamaica unjustly, because of the libel it contained on them." (Ragatz) Bridges' history provides information on Jamaica from the earliest times to 1826, including chapters on the British administration and slavery". The second volume was dated 1828(?). This volume of xix+604 pages contains a long appendix on the History of Slavery. Bookplate of Mabel Nembhard (author of several articles in the publication 'Caribbeana', published around 1914-16. The original Jamaican Nembhard was Dr John Nembhard (1711-1777).I quote Mabel: 'according to family tradition Dr. Nembhard was Dutch and descended from a famous general; some say he was a natural son of Prince Eugene of Savoy, who certainly was at The Hague from Nov. 1710 to Jan. 1711.' Dr John developed the Konigsberg estate in St Mary's, Jamaica, and made a considerable fortune. The Jamaican estates stayed in the family until the 1830's, but were then sold at low prices as sugar prices collapsed and the use of slave labour became illegal.The Nembhards mostly returned to England). Book clean, tight in half leather with gilt ornate raised bands; titling labels missing. Endpapers marbled and no other marks or signatues. A very few spots of foxing. Though only one volume this first edition first issue very rare especialy in this condition. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouvel Almanach des Gourmands, servant de guide dans les moyens de faire excellente chère. Dédié au Ventre. Par A.B. de Périgord. Première année [Deuxième année] [Troisième année]

      Paris: Baudouin Frères, 1825-1827 - A dozen years after the final volume of the celebrated Almanach des Gourmands of Grimod de la Reynière, Horace Raisson and Léon Thiessé initiated a new annual dedicated to the pleasures of the table and the stomach. It ran three years and contains reviews of restaurants and hotels, provisioners and wine merchants, recipes. Raisson was a prolific author whose subsequent works on gastronomy and etiquette were translated into English, Spanish, and Swedish, and did much to spread the fame of French cookery. The third year was edited by Thiessé alone. The three frontispieces depict "L'inspiration du gourmand," "Le premier devoir du gourmand," and "Promenade du gourmand." The excellent gastronomical map shows the diversity of French agricultural and wine-making regions. The prospectus praises Grimod de la Reynière and calls for samples to be submitted for review: 'since conscientious gourmands can only speak of that which they have seen, felt, and tasted, news, documents, samples, and "légitimations," in short, everything relevant to the Almanach des Gourmands - will be subitted to the appreciation of the enlightened jury, and then scrupulously announced, described, and judged in future annuals.' Notable in the second volume is a somewhat scoffing notice of Brillat Savarin's Physiologie du gout, which is deemed to be somewhat over long. The tone changes dramatically, for in the third volume is a contemporary biographical notice and elegy of Brillat Savarin, who died in 1826, not long after publication of his celebrated work. An interesting work from a key period in French gastronomy. Copies of the first year of this annual are found in institutional collections; the later years are quite scarce: complete sets at NYPL; Lilly, with the first year in second edition, lacking the map. The Bibliothèque National does not locate the second year (GASTRONOMY) First edition, all published. 3 vols., 18mo. Each volume with frontispiece and engraved Carte gastronomique de la France (folded). Prospectus bound in at front of vol. I. Pp. [iv], iv, xxiv, 234, [221]- 224; [xx], 264; [xx], 246. Modern boards. Occasional light foxing. Near Fine. Vicaire 673; Bitting p. 365; Cagle 366 (defective copy of a second printing), 367,368 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        OPERE VARIE ITALIANE E FRANCESI raccolte e pubblicate per cura del dottor Giovanni Labus.:

      Classici Italiani, poi Stella, 1827-1831, Milano - (Codice AN2986) Quattro volumi in 8°(22 cm): XVI-368, XVI-516, XXVIII-452(4), XXXVI-706(4) pp. Importante raccolta di studi di opere classiche illustrati con 80 bellissime tavole in rame, molte grandi e ripiegate più volte. Nitida e fresca impressione su bella carta, lievi aloni al quarto volume interessano il frontespizio e prime carte e le ultime 14 tavole. Grandi margini e barbe in tutti i volumi, margini superiori rifilati. Legature in similpelle verde moderna, titoli oro ai dorsi. Ottimo stato. Euro 850 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA ~ Tutti i libri subito disponibili. Descrizioni precise, consegna rapida con imballaggio solido. All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging ~

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        [Works] The Works of Lord Byron including his Suppressed Poems Complete in One Volume [With a Life by J. W. Lake]

      Paris: Published by A. and W. Galignani, 1827. 8vo. Frontispiece portrait, facsimile of letter to Galignani (folded). Slightly later half calf over marbled boards. Joints and extremities rubbed, some spotting and marginal browning, recent gift presentation inscription on lower free endpaper. With the contemporary bookplate of Amelia Dobrée and an example of Byron's crest laid down. NCBEL 3:271 . WITH A CLIPPED AUTOGRAPH COMPLIMENTARY CLOSE AND SIGNATURE OF BYRON laid on the endpaper

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        Storia delle campagne e degli assedj degl' Italiani in Spagna dal MDCCCVIII (1808) al MDCCCXIII (1813). Vol. 1 - 6 von [?].

      Florenz: Antonio Carboni, 1827. - M09600 In -8, sei volumi in mezza pelle bruno avec titoli di dorso in oro, anche i numeri dei volumi ed un poco dell’ornamento. 378/407/515/452/526/419 pag. Con vignette di titolo per ogni vol. I volumi 1/3/4/5 con una mappa piegata di incisione. Le legature un poco frigate, i canti un poco dannegiati. Le pagine macchiati e non tagliato, con alcuni piege e stracciate. Una segnatura dell possessore sulla pagine di titolo dei vol. 1 e 2. I vol. 1/2/3 con una toppa d’acqua di 1-3 cm sulle margine di sotto. Insieme, buon esemplare. -- 8°. Sechs uniforme braune Originalhalblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und Bandnummern sowie etwas Verzierung. 378 / 407 / 515 / 452 / 526 / 419 Seiten mit jeweils einer Titelvignette. Die Bände 1/3/4/5 mit jeweils einer mehrfach gefalteten Kupferstichkarte versehen, diese zum Teil mit einem kleinen 1-2cm Riss am Kartenrand. Die Einbände sind etwas berieben, die Ecken bestoßen. Die Seiten durchgängig braunfleckig und unbeschnitten, wodurch einige Knicke und kleine Randeinrisse vorkommen. Eine handschriftliche Signatur eines Vorbesitzers befindet sich in den Bänden 1 und 2 auf der Titelseite. In den Bänden 1/2 und 3 befindet sich durchgängig am unteren Seitenrand zum Innengelenk hin ein 1-3cm Wasserfleck. Collationiert. Insgesamt durchaus gutes Exemplar. 2300

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        AN INTRODUCTION TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF RARE AND VALUABLE EDITIONS OF THE GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS

      Printed for Harding & Lepard, London 1827 - The Wardington Copy, in Fine Morocco, ofDibdin's Standard Guide to the Classics. 292 x 197 mm (11 1/2 x 7 3/4"). Two volumes. Fourth Edition. HANDSOME EARLY 20TH CENTURY BROWN STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, covers with gilt double fillet border, fleuron cornerpieces, raised bands, spines richly gilt with panels dominated by a bold and complex quatrefoil incorporating spade-like tools and with palmette cornerpieces, turn-ins with two gilt fillets, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. With a facsimile of Greek and Latin text from the Complutensian Polyglot and volume I with a specimen leaf laid down, as called for (the leaf taken from the 1826 Pickering Diamond miniature edition of the New Testament). A Large Paper Copy. Front pastedowns with engraved armorial bookplate of John William Pease; rear pastedown with vellum armorial bookplate of Lord Wardington. Lowndes I, 639; Brunet II, 684 ("Édition la plus complète et la meilleure"); Graesse I, 382. A touch of rubbing to tail edge of boards, one leaf with a thin band of soiling along four inches of the fore edge, light glue stain at lower corner of specimen leaf, endpapers with faint fox spots (isolated minor foxing elsewhere), other trivial imperfections, but generally A VERY FINE COPY, the text clean and fresh, with vast margins, and the decorative bindings with no significant wear. This is the extremely attractive Wardington copy of the fourth and best edition of this quotable bibliographical classic. It is more heavily weighted than the earlier printings toward the Bible and the early Church Fathers and, because of the presence of the Pickering specimen leaf, it also qualifies as the earliest example to our knowledge of a leaf book. This was Dibdin's first work as a bibliographer, and it quickly became the standard guide in English to editions of the classics. Its favorable notice brought him a position as Lord Spencer's librarian, along with ecclesiastical preferment, and he was consequently allowed to pursue his bibliographic career without financial worries. Spencer invited him not only to catalogue, but also to add to, the library at Althorp, and Dibdin (1776-1847) turned it into the finest library in private hands in England. Our impressive Large Paper Copy comes from another of England's fine private libraries, the collection of Lord Wardington (1924-2005), who was, successively, Chairman, Vice-President, and then President of the Friends of the British Library. His grandfather, John William Pease, was a member of the Northumberland banking and business family who amassed a substantial library, and Lord Wardington added greatly to it, particularly important Bibles and atlases. The recent Wardington sales in London have been major bibliophilic events. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Introduction to the Knowledge of Rare and Valuable Editions of the Greek and Latin Classics. Together with an Account of Polyglot Bibles, Polyglot Psalters, Hebrew Bibles, Greek Bibles and Greek Testaments; The Greek Fathers, and the Latin Fathers.

      London Harding & Lepard 1827 - Two octavo volumes. xiii, 562; 579pp. Fourth edition, greatly enlarged and corrected. Inscribed by the book collector and businessman Albert M. Todd of Kalamazoo, Michigan, to noted librarian William Warner Bishop, who was head of the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan from 1915-1941 and president of the American Library Association from 1918-1919. In the inscription, Todd writes, "To my dear friend William Warner Bishop who has aided me so greatly with his advice on selecting many valuable books for my library." Todd's travels in Europe as a young man inspired a lifelong passion for collecting rare books. He established the Rare Book Room at Kalamazoo College's Upjohn Library, and much of his collection of books was donated to the library by his family. With a facsimile plate of Complutensian Polyglot as a frontispiece to the first volume. The fourth edition of Dibdin is considered the best and most complete and is a valuable reference resource for collectors, scholars, and librarians alike. Bound in quarter calf and green paper-covered boards, with horizontal blind rules across the spine and gilt dots on either side of these rules, in an Arts & Crafts style. Some offsetting to title page of volume one from the frontispiece plate, margins of covers lightly sunned, some light spotting and rubbing to spines, slight split between endpaper and half-title page and also between the final two pages in volume one, collector's notes in pencil to blank leaf at end of volume one, else a very nice set with notable provenance. Top edges green. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Plate 26 (XXVI) - Carolina Parrot

      Robert Havell, London 1827 -

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        Sept Messéniennes Nouvelles. [ édition originale ]

      Ladvocat 1827 - E.O., 1 vol. in-8 relié demi-veau glacé à coins brun, dos à 5 nerfs dorés, tête doré, couv. et dos cons., n.r., reliure signée de Yseux successeur de Thierry-Simier, Chez Ladvocat, Paris, 1827, 240 pp. y compris les annonces de librairie, le faux-titre, la table et l'avertissement, plus 1 planche de musique repliée Edition originale. Bel exemplaire, parfaitement établi par Yseux, et bien complet des couvertures, du dos, des annonces publicitaires de librairie et de la grande planche dépliante (chant romain avec accompagnement de harpe ou piano par G. Rossini). Vicaire, III, 108 ; Escoffier 633 Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Two Bound Volumes of The Saturday Evening Post containing "Enigma" and "Psalm 139th" [Volume 6, 1827] and "The School of Flora" [a series of illustrated botanical sketches in Volumes 6 and 7: 1827-1828]

      Philadelphia: Atkinson & Alexander; Samuel Coate Atkinson. 1827, 1828. First. Elephant folios. Two bound volumes of this weekly Philadelphia newspaper for the years 1827 and 1828. Volume 6: Whole Nos. 284-335 (January 6th-December 29th, 1827). Lacks the issue of January 20th, else complete. Contemporary three quarter dark red morocco and marbled paper boards. Scuffing to the leather, a bump to the top right corner of the text pages, moderate scattered foxing and some staining, overall good or better. Volume 7: Whole Nos. 336-387 (January 5th-December 27th, 1828). Complete. Full dark blue cloth, gilt spine title. Ex-library, with a bookplate on the front pastedown. Moderate scattered foxing and toning throughout, issue no. 354 detached with scattered small tears along the foredge, else very good. Each weekly issue consists of four pages. The Post was founded in 1821, and traces its roots back to Benjamin Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette. Volume 6 (1827) contains the first printed appearance in the March 10th issue of the puzzle poem "Enigma," attributed to Edgar Allan Poe, and "Psalm 139th," published by Poe's older brother William Henry Poe in the February 3rd issue. Volume 6 and the accompanying Volume 7 for 1828 are also notable for the numerous articles by Philadelphia's famous polymath Constantine Samuel Rafinesque. Like Poe, he was recognized by his peers as an eccentric genius. Rafinesque made important contributions to botany, philology, and natural history. He published more than 6,700 binomial names of plants, and his theory relating to the gradual evolution of differing plant species through minute changes in response to environmental stimuli was acknowledged by Darwin. His series of illustrated botanical sketches, The School of Flora, first appeared in the January 6th issue of 1827. A total of 42 sketches were published that year in the weekly issues through January 5th, 1828. A new series commenced in the January 19th issue of 1828, with a total of 22 sketches published in weekly issues throughout 1828. A scarce set, featuring two early items of Poeana, and the first printed appearances of extensive contributions by Rafinesque. Further details available upon request. .

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        Diritto Romano ad uso di Gio. Battista Speroni. 1827.

      - Due volumi di cm. 28,5, pp. 481; 706 (1) (14). Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con fregi e titoli in oro su tasselli. Ottima conservazione ed in grafia abbastanza leggibile. Si tratta di un manoscritto ad uso dello studente G.B. Speroni che riporta l'intero corso di Diritto Romano svolto all'Università di Pavia nell'anno accademico 1826-27. Il nome del professore appare stampato ai dorsi e si tratta sicuramente di Ignazio Beretta (1779 – 1847) il quale, dopo aver ricoperto per supplenza diverse cattedre, si insedia stabilmente in quella di Diritto romano combinato con l'antico statutario e diritto feudale, conservandone la titolarità sino al giorno della sua morte, il 27 giugno 1847. E' interessante notare come in questo periodo l'insegnamento universitario venisse strettamente controllato dall'Aulica Commissione di Vienna che imponeva il rispetto dell'ABGB (Österreich Allgemeines Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch). Molti insegnanti cercavano di svincolarsi da tali imposizioni. Al Beretta, prediletto dalle autorità per l'illibatezza dei costumi, fu consentito nel magistero di diritto romano di adottare le Leggi civili di Domat, nella traduzione di Padovani. Egli stesso, però, durante le lezioni del 1826-27, indica ai propri studenti quale giurista di riferimento per lo studio del diritto romano, oltre all'approvato Domat, il piemontese Richeri, contravvenendo probabilmente agli ordini superiori. Nelle sue lezioni richiama il diritto romano continuando quell'impostazione comparatistica che in età napoleonica aveva fin da subito caratterizzato la prima esperienza di insegnamento del codice civile. Giardini prima di lui aveva insegnato i Paratitla in Codicem Civilem Austriacum. In sostanza si può affermare che il periodo d'insegnamento di Ignazio Beretta marca il passaggio fra l'insegnamento del diritto romano con il nuovo diritto civile dei codici. Cfr. Elisabetta D'Amico: La facoltà giuridica pavese dalla riforma francese all'Unità (in: Annali di Storia delle Università italiane - Volume 7 - 2003). L'appendice finale di 14 pagine titola: Brevi cenni sulle leggi speciali Austriache relative ai Feudi. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Illustration of 14 Goat, Sheep and Ram Eyes]

      J. Carpenter, [London 1827 - This plate, from Charles Le Brun's study of human types and animals, a collection of goat, sheep and ram eyes, was intended to show stupidity as demonstrated by the eye Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) was a painter, architect, designer and author. He studied with Vouet and Poussin. Being acquainted with Colbert, he became one of Louis XIV's primary assistants in the designing and decorating of Versailles and other royal building projects. He also wrote an essay on physiognomy: an edition was published in 1827 ("Dissertation sur un traité de Charles Le Brun concernant le rapport de la physionomie humaine avec celle des animaux"). The present image is from this edition, which included lithographic plates printed by Engelmann Graf Coindet & Co. after various artists. Lithograph, after Langlois, printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co.

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        Werke. VollstŠndige Ausgabe letzter Hand. 55 Bde. in 28 Bdn.

      Stuttgart und TŸbingen, Cotta 1827-33. - 12¡. Pappbde. d.Z. mit goldgepr. RŸckenschild (stŠrker berieben, 6 RŸcken mit Fehlstellen). Durchgehend etwas stockfleckig, VorsŠtze meist mit montiertem Besitzervermerk, (A. D. Zwingli), Innendeckel gelegentlich leimschattig, Titelbl. mit Bibliotheksstempel. - Goedeke IV/III, 14. Lang de

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        Le petit producteur Français. I- Petit tableau des forces productives de la France depuis 1814. II- Le Petit propriétaire français. III- Le Petit fabricant français. IV- Le Petit commerçant français. V- L'Ouvrier français. VI- L'Ouvrière française.

      - Paris, Bachelier, 1827-1828. 6 tomes réunis en 2 volumes in-16, plein veau fauve raciné, dos lisses ornés de filets et roulettes dorés, tranches mouchetées, filet doré sur les coupes (qqs pet. épidermures). Edition à la date de l’originale. Vaste panorama du potentiel commercial et industriel français précédé par un volume de statistique, plaidoyer pour le libre échange et synthèse de sa grande œuvre : 'Forces productives et commerciales de la France'. Charles Dupin composa cet ouvrage dans un ambitieux projet de formation technique ouvrière, appuyé sur son "cours normal pour les ouvriers" au Conservatoire des arts et métiers. (Coquelin & Guillaumin, I, 623). Bel exemplaire, frais, bien relié. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Die Pfundensee Tauren und Stuhlwand am Königsee von St. Bartholomä aus".

      . Aquarell von Christian Philipp Carl Köhler, rechts unten sign., 25 x 34,5 cm.. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXI, S. 123. - Der 1827 in Darmstadt geborene Künstler war Neffe des Verlegers G.G. Lange. Er studierte mit Paul Weber in Amerika. In London erlernte er die Aquarellmalerei, der er sich dann Zeit seines Lebens widmete. So schuf er die Vorlagen für die von ihm in Farblithographie herausgegebenen Werke z.B. über den Rhein oder die Salzburger Alpen. - Alt auf braunes Papier montiert und dort beschriftet. Voll ausgeführt und farbfrisch.

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        A Practical Treatise on Architectural Jurisprudence: In Which the Constitutions, Canons, Laws and Customs Relating to the Art of Building, Are Collected from the Best Authorities [etc.]

      W. Benning, Law Bookseller, Fleet-Street [etc.], London 1827 - Contemporary morocco, elaborately blind-tooled, inner-gilt dentelles and all edges gilt, now quite worn but sound; with Lord Lyndhurst's bookplate The dedication copy of the only edition of the first work on legal architecture in England, seemingly specially bound for Lord Lyndhurst, the son of John Singleton Copley and Lord Chancellor, and possessor of a "natural genius" for architecture [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mémoire sur les intégrales définies [and:] Mémoire sur la theorie de la propagation des ondes a la surface d’un fluide pesant.

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale 1827 - FIRST EDITIONS, contained in ‘Mémoires présenté par divers Savans a l’Academie Royale des Sciences de l’Institut de France . Tome premier,’ general title slightly soiled and slightly damp-stained, a few spots here and there and an occasional patch of light browning, pp. [599-]799; 6-312; the entire vol. [viii, including half-title and initial blank used as pastedown], 799, 4to, uncut and unopened in the original paper wrappers, slightly worn with spine partly defective at head and tail, good ‘Cauchy’s memoir of 1814 on definite integrals with complex-number limits inaugurated his great career as the independent creator and unequalled developer of the theory of functions of a complex variable . [this] luxuriantly detailed memoir was published only in 1827. The delay was possibly due to its length . Cauchy thought nothing of hurling massive works of from 80 to 300 pages at the Academy or the Polytechnique to be printed out of their stinted funds . As if to show that he was not limited to first-rate work in pure mathematics Cauchy next captured the Grand Prize offered by the Academy in 1816 for a "theory of the propagation of waves on the surface of a heavy fluid of indefinite depth" - ocean waves are close enough to this type for mathematical treatment’ (Ball, Men of Mathematics, pp. 321-22). ‘His results are now classics in hydrodynamics’ (DSB).Sandwiched between Cauchy’s papers is Damioseau’s Mémoire sur la théorie de la lune - no squib either at some 200 pages. There is a crater on the moon named after him.

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