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        "Observations sur l'expédition de 1827, pour le Pôle Nord "

      "chez l'auteur, V. Thiercelin [Imprimerie de H. Balzac, Rue des Marais S.-G.]" Paris: "chez l'auteur, V. Thiercelin [Imprimerie de H. Balzac, Rue des Marais S.-G.]". 1827. "First edition, 8vo, pp. 23; stitched, as issued; uncut; minor foxing on the title-page, else very good.& & For a time, the celebrated French novelist Honore de Balzac (1799-1850), set up a printing establishment in Paris. Among the works that issued from his press is the present pamphlet pertaining to the 1827 Parry expedition to the North Pole.& & Rare. 3 copies in OCLC, none in the US or Canada. No copies in ABPC for 35 years. Not found in Arctic Bibliography."

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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        Dissertation critique et apologétique sur la langue basque. Par un ecclésiastique du diocèse de Bayonne.

      Bayonne, Duhart-Fauvet 1827 - In-8 [220 x 145 mm] de (8), 163, (1) pp. Broché, couverture imprimée. Edition originale de ce livre estimé. Darrigol était supérieur du séminaire de Bayonne. Vinson (N° 207) estimait en 1891 le livre "commun"; les choses ont, semble-t-il, changé. Très bel exemplaire dans sa couverture imprimée d'origine. // // // [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hugues de Latude]
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        "A dictionary of the English language…together with a history of the language and an English grammar. With numerous corrections, and with the addition of several thousand words, as also with additions to the history of the language, and to the grammar, by the Rev. H.J. Todd."

      Longmans Hurst Rees Orme and Browne London: "Longmans, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Browne". 1827. "Second edition of the first and most important revision of Johnson, 3 volumes, 4to, engraved portrait of Johnson after Reynolds, full contemporary sheep, rebacked in calf; gilt lettered direct on spine; spines quite faded, else very good and sound, with the half-titles in vols. II and III. ""Todd made some additions to Johnson's grammar and history of language, extended Johnson's word-list with obsolete and local terms and with derivatives and compounds, improved etymologies, added quotations where they were lacking and corrected some of those which had been given, but left the famous definitions pretty much unchanged"" (Sledd & Kolb, p. 154). Courtney & Smith, p. 59; Vancil, p. 128."

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        Matière Médicale Pure du Docteur Hahnemann. [Continuation de L'Éxamen Théorique et Pratique de la Méthode Curative nommée Homéopathie, Tome IIIème]. Par le Docteur Bigel [Jean Bigel, n.1769] Médecin de l'École de Strasbourg, de l'Académie de Saint Petersbourg, Professeur d'Accouchement, Assesseur de Collège de l'Empire de Russie et Médecin de Son Altesse Impériale Monseigneur La Grand-Duc Constantin Cesaréwitsch.

      A Varsovie, Chez N. Glücksberg, Imprimeur-Libraire de l'Université Royale, 1827. - 4to.; 489 pp. Encuadernación en media piel, de la época. El Doctor Jean Bigel, de Estrasburgo, nacido en 1769, es uno de los pioneros de la Homeopatía en Rusia. En 1824 fue nombrado en Varsovia Médico del Gran Duque Constantino Paulovitch, al que acompañó a Dresde, donde tomaría contacto por vez primera con la Homeopatía a través de las controversias que le llevaron al estudio del «Organon» de Hahnemann y a la publicación en 1825 de su «Justification de la Nouvelle Méthode Curative du Docteur Hahnemann nommée Hom?opathique», método que aplicaría seguidamente en su posición de Director del Hospital Infantil de Varsovia. Su «Examen», en tres volúmenes, publicados en Varsovia en 1827, del que aquí ofrecemos el Volúmen Tercero, independiente, es una de las primeras y rarísimas publicaciones sobre el tema, encomiadas por el propio Hahnemann.

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        Narrative of a Tour Through Hawaii, or Owhyhee; With Observations on the Natural History of the Sandwich Islands, and Remarks on the Manners, Customs, Traditions, History, and Language of Their Inhabitants

      H.Fisher, Son, and P.Jackson, London 1827 - pp.(6),480. Frontispiece (portrait), 8 plates, 2 folding maps. Small area at top of title page missing and some foxing, otherwise in good order. Later red half morocco binding [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Anah Dunsheath Rare Books ABA ANZAAB]
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        The Works of William Hogarth Containing One Hundred and Fifty Eight Engravings By Mr Cooke, and Mr Davenport [2 Volumes]

      J. Goodwin, London 1827 - Quarto, Gilt lettered and decorated cover and spine. All Edges are gilt. Old bookplate in each volume. Some light foxing. A New Edition, Revised and Corrected. Quarto. Complete in 2 volumes. 158 engraved plates, with explanatory text. William Hogarth (10 November 1697 - 26 October 1764) was an English painter, printmaker, pictorial satirist, social critic, and editorial cartoonist who has been credited with pioneering western sequential art. His work ranged from realistic portraiture to comic strip-like series of pictures called " modern moral subjects". Knowledge of his work is so pervasive that satirical political illustrations in this style are often referred to as " Hogarthian." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sean Fagan, Rare Books]
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        Das Beleuchtungswesen auf der höchsten Stufe der jetzigen Vollkommenheit, oder die Kunst, unsere Talg-, Wachs- und Wallrathslichter auf das Vortheilfafteste zu verfertigen ... Tübingen, Osiander, 1827. XVI, 360 S. Mit zahlr. Abb auf 7 gefalt. lithogr. Taf. Marm. Brosch. d. Zt.

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      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        A dictionary of the English language together with a history of the language and an English grammar. With numerous corrections, and with the addition of several thousand words, as also with additions to the history of the language, and to the grammar, by the Rev. H.J. Todd.

      Longmans, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Browne, London 1827 - Second edition of the first and most important revision of Johnson, 3 volumes, 4to, engraved portrait of Johnson after Reynolds, full contemporary sheep, rebacked in calf; gilt lettered direct on spine; spines quite faded, else very good and sound, with the half-titles in vols. II and III. "Todd made some additions to Johnson's grammar and history of language, extended Johnson's word-list with obsolete and local terms and with derivatives and compounds, improved etymologies, added quotations where they were lacking and corrected some of those which had been given, but left the famous definitions pretty much unchanged" (Sledd & Kolb, p. 154). Courtney & Smith, p. 59; Vancil, p. 128. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        TRAVELS IN NORWAY, SWEDEN, FINLAND, RUSSIA AND TURKEY; Also on the Coasts of the Sea of Azof and of the Black Sea: With a Review of the Trade in Those Seas, and of the Systems Adopted to Man the Fleets of the Different Powers of Europe, Compared With that of England

      John Murray 1827. . 1st Ed. 2 vols. xvi + 582pp. + [i] Corrigenda + viii + 594pp. + [i] Corrigenda. Folding frontis. map, 2 folding tables. Nicely rebound in double blind rule edged half calf with marbled boards, gilt rule edged raised bands with gilt lettered title labels and gilt motifs to spines. George Matthew Jones (c.1785–1831), naval officer and traveller. ODNB ‘... the following years he spent travelling over Europe to examine the maritime resources of the different countries. Already well acquainted with the coasts of Spain and Italy, he visited the ports and arsenals of France and the Netherlands, of the Black Sea, and of the Baltic. In 1827 he published his journals under [the above]. The account, dedicated to Sir William Hoste, by whose advice the travels seem to have been undertaken, is written intelligently, though at excessive length. Such intelligence-gathering work reflected a range of accomplishments not commonly acquired by sea officers ...’ Additional postage may be necessary. US$1088

      [Bookseller: Francis Edwards Bookshop]
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        Werke. Vollständige Ausgabe letzter Hand. 55 Bände.

      Cotta 1827-1834, Stuttgart und Tübingen - Gr.-8vo. Mit 1 Kupfertaf. u. eingen gefalteteten Tabellen. Unbeschnittene, nicht aufgeschnittene Interimsbrosch. (Bd. 31 sowie 50-55 beschnitten, letzere m. Blauschnitt). Goedeke IV, 3, 14. - Hagen 24. - Erste Ausgabe in Groß-Oktav. "Vom Verlag Cotta veranstaltete Ausgabe von C1 in Oktav, für die der Text von C1 (Taschenausgabe) von Göttling, in geringerem Maße von Goethe noch einmal überprüft wurde." (Hagen, S. 89). Diente als Textgrundlage für die Weimarer Sophienausgabe. - Ohne die Bände 56-60, die erst 8 Jahre später erschienen sowie 2 Ergänzungsbände (Tafeln zur Optik u. Farbenlehre sowie Register von Musculus). - Ab Band 41 Nebentitel: Goethe's nachgelassene Werke. 1.-15. Band. - Rücken meist fleckig, teils m. kl. Fehlstellen. Im Text nur ganz vereinzelt fleckig, vorwiegend sauber. Breitrandiges Ex. auf frischem Papier, geeignet für private Einbindung oder einzelnes Aufschneiden und Benutzung der reizvollen Auslieferungen. Bd. 31 ergänzt (Stempel auf Titel). gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal]
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        SECRETOS RAROS DE ARTES Y OFICIOS

      Juan Francisco Piferrer ( Impresor De S.M ), Barcelona - Obra Editada de 1827 a 1829. 12 Tomos, 180 págs aproximadamente por tomo, encuadernados a la Holandesa, tejuelos, sin desbarbar. Obra importante en su genero

      [Bookseller: Libros Madrid]
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        Plate 225 (CCXXV) - Kildeer Plover

      Robert Havell, London 1827 -

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, Emperor of the French. With a Preliminary View of the French Revolution. 8 volumes [of 9]

      London and Edinburgh Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green; and Cadell & Co 1827. G+ : in Good condition plus with marbled eps. Cover lightly rubbed. Occasional scattered browning Second Edition Half leather marbled board cover 190mm x 120mm (7" x 5"). 3415pp. Volume IX missing.

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        The Family Shakspeare

      Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, London 1827 - In Eight Volumes; 'in which nothing is added to the original text; but those words and expressions are omitted which cannot with propriety be read aloud in a family'. Embossed decorated borders. Gilt decorated cover edges and inner dentelles. Gilt rules on early boards, skillfully rebacked. Gilt decorated spine with gilt title on black title label. Raised bands. Marbled edges (a little faded) with matching eps. Rubbed boards, edges and corners. Some corners bumped. . The title page of the first volume has a neatly hand written gift inscription at the top of the page. Each volume has the hinges reinforced at the front and back. Boards have minor chips or marks. The text is very clear and clean and the paper is good quality. Whatever minor foxing there may be is only in the preliminaries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Banfield House Booksellers]
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        HISTORIA CHRONOLOGICA, E CRITICA DA REAL ABADIA DE ALCOBAÇA,

      - da Congregação Cisterciense de Portugal, para servir de continuação á Alcobaça Illustrada do Chronista Mor Fr. Manoel dos Sanctos. Por Fr. Fortunato de S. Boaventura, Monge de Alcobaça, e Chronista Geral da Ordem de S. Bernardo. Lisboa, na Impressão Regia. Anno 1827. In folio (de 29x21 cm) com xliii, 188, 84, [vii] pags. Encadernação de meados do século xx, inteira de pele com finos ferros a ouro na lombada. Corte das folhas carminado. Exemplar com 2 ex-libris. Inocêncio II, 309 e IX, 236: ?D. Fr. Fortunato de S. Boaventura, foi natural da vila de Alcobaça, e de família honrada, mas pouco abundante de bens, pois me dizem que seu pai exercia ali a profissão de livreiro. Devia nascer pelos anos de 1778, a serem exactas as informações dadas por seu irmão, que diz contar ele ao tempo do falecimento 66 anos de idade. Professou a regra de S. Bernardo no mosteiro da sua pátria em 1795. Passou a Coimbra, para aí frequentar os estudos preparatórios, e matriculando se depois no curso teológico da Universidade, recebeu o grau de Doutor naquela faculdade. Destinando se ao magistério, foi primeiramente professor no colégio das Artes, e depois subiu a Lente de Teologia, em cujo exercício esteve por alguns anos. O sr. D. Miguel, querendo premiar a devoção que ele lhe dedicava e aproveitar os seus talentos, o nomeou em 27 de Agosto de 1831 Reformador Geral dos Estudos, e a 29 de Setembro do mesmo ano Arcebispo de Évora, sendo confirmado pelo Sumo Pontífice Gregorio XVI, e sagrado a 3 de Junho de 1832. Tomou posse da cadeira metropolitana da referida cidade, que governou pouco tempo, pois teve de ausentar-se do reino em Junho de 1834, restabelecido o governo constitucional, do qual sempre se mostrára intrépido e implacável adversário, combatendo as doutrinas liberais de palavra e por escrito, durante mais de dez anos consecutivos. Refugiando se na Itália, assentou em Roma a sua residência; de onde saía contudo nos estios, precavendo se contra as febres que nessa quadra costumavam causar tamanhos estragos naquela cidade. O estudo e trabalhos literários, que nunca abandonava, lhe subministravam unicamente algum lenitivo, servindo-lhe de conforto, para passar menos atribulados os dias de uma vida angustiada, qual não podia deixar de ser a sua em tal situação, vendo triunfar desafrontadamente na pátria princípios e doutrinas, contra as quais tão deveras se pronunciára! Morreu em 1844. Historia chronologica e critica da Real Abbadia de Alcobaça, da Congregação Cisterciense de Portugal, para servir de continuação á Alcobaça Illustrada do Chronista mór Fr. Manuel dos Sanctos. Lisboa, na Imp. Regia 1827. foi. de XLIII 188 91 pag. - Traz no principio um longo Parecer aprovatório da obra, pelo P. José Agostinho de Macedo, que ocupa as pag. III a XII. Ninguém duvidará de que este livro foi escrito com profunda investigação, e que nele transpira por toda a parte a erudição do seu autor: entretanto a verdade pede que se diga, que a disposição das matérias está algum tanto confusa e irregular; e que a crítica do escritor sofreu por vezes desvios, apresentando opiniões menos prováveis, levado do pensamento de engrandecer a sua congregação e os membros dela. Poderia demonstrar com exemplos a exactidão do que avanço; porém isso levar-nos-ia longe, e este artigo é já de si extenso em demasia? Location/localizacao: 3-A4-B-36

      [Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva]
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        Journal of an Officer in the King's German Legion:

      London: Henry Colburn,, 1827. comprising an Account of his Campaigns and Adventures in England, Ireland, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, Malta, Sicily, and Italy. Octavo (190 × 115 mm) Slightly later half calf on brown cloth boards by Carss and Co. of Glasgow, black morocco label. A little rubbed, bookplate of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders to the front pastedown, hinges a touch cracked, light toning, about very good. First edition in English, first published in German in Hanover the year previously. Hering was a surgeon with the KGL. He joined up when the French occupied Hanover in 1803, "leaving his homeland clandestinely and joining the newly-formed King's German Legion in England. Hering's account of how in August 1804 he made his way northwards via Gottingen, Hanover city and Hamburg to the small North Sea port of Husum conveys the impression that he was a young man leaving home for the first time. His experiences as an army-surgeon between 1804 and 1816 (when he returned to Germany) is the subject [of the journal], which also contains a short history of the German Legion. After spending eighteen months in England he was posted to Ireland, where he lived from April 1806 till June 1807. Later he went to Denmark, Portugal, Spain, Malta, Sicily and Italy. His accounts of all these places similarly deserve notice. About his life after retirement from the army he is silent. Hering died at Gottingen on 10 November 1832. As historical evidence Hering's narrative is of good quality. It was based on a series of letters written by him while serving abroad to a relative in Germany which on his return he found to be 'a complete journal of my twelve years' service.' [It] is therefore not a memoir but a contemporary record of events. As a medical man he had long periods of leisure and was better disposed than most to consider the world objectively" (Wood, Select Documents XLI, Irish Historical Studies, Vol. 25, No.99, 1987). Uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Regole ed avvertimenti pel giuoco del tressette scritte da P.C.

      Subject: (Giochi). Roma, Tip. di Domenico Ercole, 1827, 8vo br. (copertina posticcia) pp. 31. Lausi, 111.

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        Die Gedichte Walthers von der Vogelweide.

      Berlin, Georg Reimer 1827 - XII, 227 S. Marmorierter Pappband der Zeit (etwas berieben und bestossen) mit Rückenschild. Goedeke I, 146. Borst 1543. – Seltene erste gedruckte Ausgabe der gesammelten Gedichte Walthers. Mit 100 Seiten Anmerkungen und kritischem Apparat. - Karl Lachmann gilt, neben Jacob Grimm und Johann Andreas Schmeller, als Mitbegründer der germanischen Philologie und als Nestor der wissenschaftlichen Textedition. Bei der Herausgabe mehrfach handschriftlich überlieferter Texte wollte er sich, eine exakte wissenschaftliche Methode anwendend, durch die Aufstellung und Priorisierung von Handschriftenstammbäumen/Überlieferungen dem Urtext nähern. „Es kam auch darauf an, nicht den elegantesten, sondern den ursprünglichsten Text zu gewinnen und mit unerbittlicher Consequenz alle Willkür, alle Glättung späterer Schreiber zu beseitigen. Die Orthographie suchte er so einzurichten, daß uns möglich würde mittelhochdeutsche Gedichte „so zu lesen, wie sie ein guter Vorleser in der gebildetsten Gesellschaft des 13. Jahrhunderts aus der besten Handschrift vorgetragen hätte“; daß insbesondere ohne Künstelei, ohne Ueberladung mit Accenten oder anderen Zeichen das Versmaß leicht erkannt würde und daß in der Regel Buchstaben, welche verschwiegen werden mußten, auch im Druck nicht erschienen.“ (Vgl. Lachmann, Karl“ von Wilhelm Scherer in: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, herausgegeben von der Historischen Kommission bei der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Band 17 (1883), S. 471–481. Seine Ausgaben mittelhochdeutscher Dichter, darunter Walther von der Vogelweide, waren für die germanische Philologie bahnbrechend – Papier altersbedingt leicht gebräunt. Bis auf eine schmale Notiz auf dem Vorsatz und einem Namensstempel auf dem Titelblatt sauber und gut. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: A la Recherche]
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        Personal Narrative of a Journey From India to England.2 volumes.

      Henry Colburn., London. 1827 - .' By Bussorah, Bagdad, The Ruins of Babylon, Curdistan, The Court of Persia, The Western Shore of the Caspian Sea, Astrakhan, Nishney Novograd, Moscow, and St Petersburgh, in the Year 1824 '. Volume 1, hand cold frontis + xii + foldg map + 336pp, illus. Volume 2, hand cold frontis + vii + 326pp, illus + 10pp publishers catalogue. POS on title pages. Light foxing to eps. Text and plates very clean. New title labels on contemporary half calf with marbled boards. Very good hardbacks. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Elaine Beardsell (ABA,PBFA )]
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        The ANATOMY And PHYSIOLOGY Of The HUMAN BODY. In Two Volumes. The Text Revised, with Various Important Additions, From the Writings of Soemmering, Bichat, Beclard, Meckel, Spurzheim, Wistar, &c.

      Published by Collins & Co.,, New-York: 1827 - Many woodcut figures throughout text. Volume I with one engraving & Volume II with 8 engravings (2 folding), plus eratta at front giving correct plate numbers. Some general wear to bindings. Usual bit of browning & staining throughout. POS to Vol II ffep. Withal, a VG set of an uncommon title. Period full brown sheep, with Vol I have a red leather title label to spine & Vol II with a black leather title label to spine. 8vo, signed in 4s. 8-5/8" x 5-1/4". The 5th US Edition (American Imprints 28098; Cordasco 20-0066). Reprinted from the 6th London Edition of 1826. 2 volumes (xxiv, [17] - 584; 475, [1]). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Medici di Firenze. Parti I/III.

      Subject: (Araldica - Firenze). Torino, Luciano Basadonna Editore, 1827, tre cartelle originali azzurre, in-folio (Fascicoli 22/24) con sette fogli doppi di testo (I/VII) uno dei quali con stemma miniato e 13 tavole incise su fogli doppi (monumenti di Lorenzo, Giuliano, Carlo, Leone X, Clemente VII, Ferdinando I a Livorno e Firenze, Cosimo I, Giovanni dalle Bande Nere e Bartolomeo M.

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        COLECCION DE LOS PRINCIPALES TRABAJOS EN QUE SE HA OCUPADO LA JUNTA NOMBRADA PARA MEDITAR Y PROPONER AL SUPREMO GOBIERNO LOS MEDIOS MAS NECESARIOS PARA PROMOVER EL PROGRESO DE LA CULTURA Y CIVILIZACION DE LOS TERRITORIES DE LA ALTA Y DE LA BAJA CALIFORNIA

      [Mexico City]. 1827.. [2],16,11,8,18,44,14,14,[2],9-24,[1]pp. plus four folding charts. Small quarto. Contemporary plain paper wrappers, manuscript title on spine. Wrappers lightly chipped and soiled. Minor dampstaining to several leaves. Very good. In a half morocco box. One of the most important documents in California history - the result of the two- year study by the official "Committee for the Development of the Californias." First edition, scarce complete with eight parts. "Covers the ambitious grand strategy of the Junta de Fomento de Californias looking to California colonization and the establishing at Monterey of a commercial capital to dominate the whole Pacific trade" - Howes. The growing Anglo-Saxon population on the Columbia River prompted Mexico to form this Junta. Interestingly, the folding plans advocate a grid layout for land distribution, a very Anglo - rather than Spanish - concept. The pamphlets each have their own titlepage and pagination, and comprise: replies to specific questions as to the extent of the Russian and Anglo-American activity and Mexico's own establishment there; a plan for the administration of the California missions; a plan for opening California to foreigners to encourage colonization there, including a diagram for surveying grants of land (this was the basis for the California land grant laws that remained in effect until the end of Mexican power in California); a similar plan for subsidized colonization by Mexican nationals; a proposed general system of laws for the better government of California; a plan for the province's rapid mercantile development; a proposed project for establishing direct trade between Monterey and the Pacific, as well as with the United States and British trade in those regions; proposed articles for a private "Compania Asiatico- Mexicana" to implement the above. Though not made directly into law, the Junta's plans served as a primary document from which the laws of California were drawn. BANCROFT, CALIFORNIA III:3-6, 21-23. BARRETT 1355. COWAN I, pp.124-36. HOWES C45, "d." STREETER SALE 2462.

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        Pappa Flesh. "Pappa Flesh. Late minister of War in the Greek Government

      Philhellenic: London & Paris " now in course of Publication...by A Friedal, sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country." 1827. Coloured lithograph portrait of Papaflessas from the fourth edtion of Friedals "Series of Greek Portraits (4th part)" verso blank. Original old colour. Printed signature in Greek. Text in English and French. Portrait of Papaflessas in helmet with full background. Georgios Dimitrios Flessas ,1788–1825. From an early age Papaflesss came in to conflict with the Ottoman Turks, and was active in trying to raise resistence against them. Papaflessas traveled to several areas seeking support for a revolution against the Ottoman Empire. At Kalamata on March 21 1821 where he had arranged armed men around the city following the arrest of leading Greeks and clergy a Turkish sympathizer tried to leave the city and was killed, starting the war of Independence on March 21, 1821. In Mani a gathering of the captains of the rebels had decided to start the revolution on March 25, 1821, but received news on the 22nd that the fighting had already begun. The Greek War of Independence officially started on March 25, 1821. 1823, Papaflessas was named the Minister of Internal Affairs and the Chief of Police by the government of Prince Alexander Mavrocordato under the name Gregorios Dikaios, the name he had when was in Filiki Etairia. When Ibrahim Pasha invaded the Peloponnese in 1825 Realizing the great danger the nation was facing with the Ibrahim's invasion, he demanded the government grant amnesty to Kolokotronis and other political prisoners. This demand was refused and he appeared before the Executive Branch and Parliament to tell them he would go to Messinia alone to organize a resistance against Ibrahim, determined to return victorious or die in the battlefield. Papaflessas gathered 3,000 poorly armed men and went to the province of Pylia, Messinia, searching for the best spot to face Ibrahim's army coming out of the city of Pylos. He selected the hills of Maniaki in order for him to have a better view of the enemy's movements and there Papaflessas established three lines of defence. On June 1, 1825, Ibrahim's forces led by well-trained French officers attacked Papaflessas' defence lines. Most of the Greek troops lost their nerve, abandoned their positions, and fled. Papaflessas continued to fight the Egyptians with a small force of 800-1000 men loyal to him and his cause. Papaflessas knew that in choosing to face Ibrahim he would die on the battlefield. Papaflessas's defenses were ultimately broken by the heavy bombardment of Ibrahim's artillery and the repeated attacks of his infantry and cavalry. Fierce hand-to-hand fighting ended with the death of the last defender. After Papaflessa's death from a bullet in the chest, Ibrahim ordered that his body be cleaned of blood and dirt and tied to a tree. After a few minutes of looking at his foe, Ibrahim walked up to the corpse and kissed it on the cheek as a sign of extreme respect. In speaking of Papaflessas after his death, it is said that Ibrahim told his officers: "If Greece had ten heroes like him, it would not have been possible for me to undertake the military campaign against the Peloponnese". Brightly colour, margins evenly toned with light spotting. Adam [de] Friedal, there is much confusion about Friedal's origins, He is supposed to be a Danish Phihellene and apparently passed himself off as a Baron. St Clair tells us that Friedal carried a lithographic press on his back whilst in Greece where he seems to have been between 1821-24.. He was at Missolonghi for a while with Lord Byron and married the sister of one of Byron's artificers, John Hodges. Byron wrote a letter introducing Friedal to the notice of the London Greek Commitee. Friedal returned and settled in London and produced his first portrait of Mavrocordato dated September 1824. "The Greeks. Twenty-four Portraits (In Four Parts Of Six Portraits Each,) of the Principal Leaders and Personages Who Have Made Themseves Most Conspicuous in the Greek Revolution.." 1st edition 1824. thereafter there are a number of editions, with differences to the portraits. The portraits in the 1st Edition, probably after Friedal's original drawings are fairly primitive, with each new edition they became more refined. A second edition of the first 2 parts was issued in 1826. Some of these plates are marked 'second edition', others merely have anew date on the plate surface. In most cases a completely new portrait replaces that of the previous ediion; parts 3 & 4 are unchanged. In 1827 two editions appeared with the imprint "London and Paris, 1827", some on India paper. one in which the portraits had no, or a very simple background, the other with full complex backgrounds. A French edition appeared the same year. In 1828-9 Dean & Munday brought out another series of Friedal plates, some but not all marked 'fourth edition', their most distinguishing feature being that they are full length. They re- issued a number of plates in 1830, marked fifth and sixth edition. There exist wrappers for a 'sixth edition 'appearing in 1832. [Navari]. Navari/ Blackmer: 633; Sotheby's/Blackmer:606; Philhellenic Papaflessas

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        KIHO^ GAFU

      1827. Good. [EHON] Kawamura Kiho^, artist. KIHO^ GAFU. Kyoto: Yoshida Shimbei, Bunsei 10, [1827]. 1 vol. (complete). 17.5 x 25.9 cm. 5 page prelims, 30 double page color woodblock prints, 1p final, 8pp ads, colophon. The covers are greyish-blue with a swirling wave pattern in mica. The title label is worn. The covers are a bit soiled and stained and the contents are very lightly thumbed with a bit of worming. Good to very good impressions and colors. Kiho^ was the adopted son of Bumpo^ and his work rivals Bumpo^'s in freshness and simplicity. This copy appears to resemble Mitchell's example "A" and is doubtless an early impression. (Ref: Mitchell pp.360,1; Brown p.105; Ryerson p.388)

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        The Memoirs of John Evelyn. In Five Volumes

      London - Henry Colburn, 1827 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. John Evelyn's famous memoirs in a deep navyfull calf binding with elegant gilt tooled decoration. Complete in Five Volumes. Comprising Evelyn's diary, from 1641 to 1705-06 and a selection of his familiar letters now which is subjoined the private correspondence between King Charles I and Sir Edward Nicholas; also between Sir Edward Hyde, Afterwards Earl of Clarendon and Sir Richard Brown, Ambassador to the Court of France, in the time of King Charles I and the Usurpation. With a pedigree, three portraits, and three plates. With the armorial bookplate of Francis Sterry to the front pastedowns. William Bray, d. 1832, was an English antiquary. Bray's last major literary labour, in collaboration with William Upcott, was Memoirs Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Evelyn. . . His transcription of Evelyn's diary was immediately popular -ODNB. John Evelyn, 1620-1706, was an English writer and diarist. Evelyn has now come to be recognized as a scholar and participant in the reception of the new science of the seventeenth century. Over a period of more than half a century his voluminous correspondence reflected and extended the social and scientific interchange of his time -ODNB. Condition: In a full calf binding. Externally, slightly rubbed to the spines. Thehinges of volume one, two, and threeare strained. Internally, firmly bound, with light foxing. Withan ink splash topage 21and a closed tear to page 305 of volume five. With an ink mark to page 234-5 of volume three. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Die Englische Goldgrube für das bürgerliche Leben, Oder gmeinnütziger Tausendkünstler zur Erlangung vieler bewährter Vortheile im Nahrungsstande, und zur Hülfe in allerlei Unfällen im häuslichen Leben etc.

      In der J. Ebnerschen Buchhandlung., Ulm, 1827 - 6 Bände + 2 Nachtragsbände in 4 Bänden (alles Erschienene). Ulm, In der J. Ebnerschen Buchhandlung. 1827-1829. Klein-8°. 408 S.; 480 S.; 2 Bl., 236 S., 2 Bl., S. (237)-472 S.; 2 Bl., 240 S., 2 Bl., S. (241)-476. Neuere Pappbände mit roten Rückenschildern. 5./6. Band und der 1./2. Nachtagsband mit den eingebundenen Vortitelblättern: 'Die Silbergrube für das bürgerliche Leben. Erstes bis viertes und letztes Bändchen'. - Titelblätter gestempelt. Band 5 bis Seite 20 mit kleinem Wasserrand in der oberen Ecke. - Komplett selten. Sprache: Deutsch Neuere Pappbände mit roten Rückenschildern. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Winter in Lapland and Sweden, with various observations made during a residence at Hammerfest, near the North Cape.

      - London, John Murray, Albermarle Street. 1827. 4:o. xvi,612 pp. + 22 lithographed plates + 7 india proof vignettes in text + folding map (repaired). Contemporary a bit worn half calf, spine with five raised bands. Small repair upper joint. With some brown spots throughout, endpapers with more spots. First endpapers, titlepage, first two pages and two last pages with some small holes after needle. 28 x 22 cm.*Bring 449. Schiötz 144b.[#31174] [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Winter in Lapland and Sweden, with various Observations relating to Finmark and its inhabitants

      London: John Murray, 1827.. 4to. (10.5 9 inches). pp.xvi, 612. 22 lithographed plates, some tinted, 8 lithographed illustrations in text, 2 engraved maps, one folding and linen-backed at end. Late nineteenth-century half pebbled morocco, gilt, raised bands, scuffed to top right corner of upperboard, edges, corners and boards a little rubbed. All edges marbled. Marbled endpapers. Some scattered spotting, browning, off-setting. O/w contents clean and bright. Binding firm and square. A Very Good copy indeed. Very heavy book, requiring large amounts of extra postage and insurance overseas. Parcel Force post in UK. First edition.

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        Atlas Universel de GÈographie

      Brussels,: Lithographed by H. Ode, 1827.. Physique, Politique, Statistique et MinÈralogique... SixiËme Partie - OcÈanique.Portfolio, comprising letterpress title-page, key map of the region and 60 numbered lithographic maps measuring 530 x 685 mm.; a fine set with expert contemporary handcolouring, preserved in a contemporary folding case of half diced russia with marbled boards and gilt lettering. A milestone of modern scientific cartography: this is the final volume, comprising Australia, New Zealand and Oceania, of the pioneering large scale atlas produced by Philippe Vandermaelen, founder of the Etablissement GÈographique in Brussels.The atlas is remarkable on several counts, not least its extraordinary scale of 26 miles to the inch. For the first time remote and inaccessible areas of the globe were mapped on a generous uniform scale, reflecting the objective spirit of scientific cartography then superseding the Eurocentric models of the eighteenth century. The atlas was printed lithographically, being the happy outcome of a fruitful collaboration between Vandermaelen and master lithographer Henri Ode.Perhaps the most extraordinary aspect of the atlas was its potential to be formed into an enormous globe with a diameter exceeding seven meters. Indeed, one complete globe was assembled for public display at the Etablissement GÈographique in Brussels. The attention to detail - and considerable challenges posed by the lithographic process - are evident in this volume dedicated to Australia and the Pacific. Although some areas remain uncharted, the sixty maps here included reflect a fastidious collation of information from myriad voyage accounts.Koeman, III, Vdm.I; Phillips, Atlases, 749; Sabin, 43762.

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        Manuel de Malacologie et de Conchyliologie

      Paris, 1825-1827 - Inscribed, "David H. Storer from his friend J. Mason Warren" on flyleaf. David Humphreys Storer was a zoologist and physician. He was a graduate of Bowdoin in 1822 and Harvard Medical School in 1825. He specialized in obstetrics and was a professor at both the Tremont Street Medical School and Harvard Medical School, where he also served as dean. He actively pursued his interest in natural history, publishing several reports on fish in Massachusetts. J. Mason Warren (1811-1867) in 1835 assumed his father's medical practice, specializing in plastic surgery in Boston and performed the first Rhinoplasty in America First edition. 2 vols., 8vo. 109 engraved plates (planches vol.); viii, 664 pp. with 2 folded tables (text vol.). Publisher's printed purple boards, spines sunned and lightly edgeworn, some foxing, heavy at preliminaries, ex-Bowdoin College Library, early call-number labels to spines, withdrawn plates to front paste-downs, small blind stamp on title pages, withal an attractive set in original boards. Nissen ZBI, 391 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historiettes, or Tales of continetal life. By the author of "The Englisch in Italy." In three volumes.

      Saunders and Otley,, London, 1827 - 3 Bde. London, Saunders and Otley, 1827. 8°. XII S., 1 Bl., 333 S., 1 w. Bl. ; 1 w. Bl., Titelbl., 352 S., 1 w. Bl.;1 w. Bl., Titelbl., 316 S., 1 w. Bl. HLdr.-Bde. der Zeit mit Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Erstausgabe. - I: Introduction. - The Regicides's Family. - A Week at Tours. - II: Introduction. - The Fall of Bern. - III. Peregrinatory Introduction. - The German Lottery. - The Rhine. - The Castle of the Convent Lake. - L'Envoi. - (Vorsätze und jeweils erste Seiten etwas stockfleckig). Sprache: Englisch HLdr.-Bde. der Zeit mit Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Battle of Navarin."

      Philhellenic: London " Engraved by Robert William Smart, and Henry Pyall, after drawings made by Sir John Theophilus Lee under the immediate inspection of Capt. Lord Vis. Inglesre"..Printed by: I Fisher. c1830. Pair of aquatints in blue and black of the Battle of Navarino by John Theophilus Lee, Second editions with new dedication : "To His Gracious Majesty King William the Fourth, late Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland." [The !st edition was to William as Duke of Clarence.] With text below describing the battle in English and French. One view shows the Combined fleet in the foreground firing on the Turkish line to the rear . Coat of arms below within the text ; marked "Proof copy". The second view, after the action shows the Asia in the centre and the Turkish Admiral's ship and much of the Turkish line in flames or destroyed, sailors being rescued in the foreground. List of the Combined fleet's ships and fire power below. Laid on board; some spotting to sky and blank margins. The Battle Of Navarino was fought off the west coast of the Peloponnesus on October 20th 1827 and effectively ended Turkish resistance to Greek independence with the destruction of the Turkish-Egyptian fleet by the British- Russian- French fleet under Vice Admiral Sir Edward Codrington, hero of Trafalgar. The news of Navarino made Codrington a hero twice over in the eyes of the general British public. But in Whitehall, senior naval and diplomatic echelons were appalled by the outcome of his campaign. It was considered that Codrington had grossly exceeded his instructions by provoking a showdown with the Ottoman fleetInitially, official disapproval of Codrington had to be restrained because of the admiral's huge popularity with the public. The Admiralty's revenge took petty form, such as its refusal, despite repeated requests by Codrington, to pay his crews their traditional prize-money from the sale of captured Ottoman treasure and goods. Meanwhile, Wellington was biding his time until he felt it was politically safe to remove Codrington from the Mediterranean theatre. Finally, in June 1828, the Admiralty announced that Codrington was being relieved of his command (although he remained in acting-command until his replacement arrived in August). Although the King felt obliged by public opinion to grant Codrington the high honour of the Grand Cross of the Bath, the Admiralty's failure to give him another operational command in his remaining decade of service or to promote him to full Admiral until shortly before his retirement from the Navy in 1837, were eloquent testimony to his fall from favour. John Theophilus Lee 1787-1843. Lee joined the Royal Navy in 1796 at the age of 9. He saw action at the Battle of Cape St Vincent in 1797 and then the Battle of the Nile the following year, as a midshipman aboard HMS Swiftsure. He passed for Lieutenant in 1806 and married in 1807. Lee then resigned from the Navy in 1809 and became a civilian attached to the Admiralty as head of the personnel department. Subsequently knighted, Lee retired to Bedhampton, where he wrote a book: Memoirs of the life and services of Sir J Theophilus Lee, of The Elms, Hampshire. He died in Torquay in 1843. Lee's professional painting career started at the Portsmouth Naval Academy from 1800-1803, where several of his drawings were used for engravings appearing in the Naval Chronicle. These included views of Alexandria, the Naval Academy, and the Greenwich Asylum. The Naval Chronicle also printed an engraving after JT Lee of a scene of the aftermath of the Battle of Trafalgar. William IV (William Henry; 21 August 1765 – 20 June 1837) was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of Hanover from 26 June 1830 until his death. William, the third son of George III and younger brother and successor to George IV, was the last king and penultimate monarch of Britain's House of Hanover. He served in the Royal Navy in his youth and was, both during his reign and afterwards, nicknamed the "Sailor King". He served in North America and the Caribbean, but saw little actual fighting. Since his two older brothers died without leaving legitimate issue, he inherited the throne when he was 64 years old. In 1827 George Canning, the Prime Minister, appointed William, Duke of Clarence, and Heir Presumptive, to the office of Lord High Admiral, which had been in commission (that is, exercised by a board rather than by a single individual) since 1709. While in office, the Duke had repeated conflicts with his Council, which was composed of Admiralty officers. Things finally came to a head in 1828 when the Lord High Admiral put to sea with a squadron of ships, leaving no word of where they were going, and remaining away for ten days. The King, through the Prime Minister, by now Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, requested his resignation; the Duke of Clarence complied. Despite the difficulties the Duke experienced, he did considerable good as Lord High Admiral. He abolished the cat o' nine tails for most offences other than mutiny, attempted to improve the standard of naval gunnery and required regular reports of the condition and preparedness of each ship. He commissioned the first steam warship and advocated more. Philhellenic Battle of Navarino

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        Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post 1827, 1828 & 1830 + Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post. Interimsblade. Nr. 1-100.

      4 bind. 1827 & 1828 i 4to. 1830 & Interimsblade i lille folio. 1827-1830 trykt hos Jens Hostrup Schultz, Interimsblade trykt hos J.D. Quist og forlagt af Schubothe, København 1827-1834. Med fællestitelblad og indholdsfortegnelse til alle 4 årgange. 1827 & 1828 indbundet i uniforme samtidige mørkebrune halvlæderbind. Forreste indvendige fals revnet i begge bind. 1830 & Interimsblade indbundet i uniforme enkle samtidige lysebrune halvlæderbind uden rygtitel. Navn øverst på forsatsbladet i bind 1 & 2.. Lidt gulplettede.. Komplet sæt af Johan Ludvig Heibergs berømte tidsskrift, der foruden talrige bidrag af udgiveren selv rummer tidlige førstetryk af H.C. Andersen (bl.a. "Rime-Djævelen" (BFN 20) samt optryk af "Svinene. En Ode" (BFN 19, trykt første gang som anonymt bidrag til bogtrykker Iversens "Fyens Stifts Avis 1828) og "Det døende Barn", denne gang under forfatternavn. Årgang 1828 rummer endvidere 5 "Pröver af et Skrift, betitlet "Fodreise fra Holmens Canal til Øst-Pynten af Amager i Aarene 1828 og 1829" (BFN 21). Prøverne indgik i Andersens egentlige bog-debut af samme navn, som udkom 2. januar 1829. Interimsbladene fra 1834 rummer de første 4 trykte tekster af Søren Kierkegaard (Himmelstrup 1-4), 1-3 trykt under pseudonym, nr. 4 ("Til Hr. Orla Lehmann") under eget navn, som hermed ses på tryk for første gang.** Complete set of Johan Ludvig Heiberg's famous publication in which the very first articles by Søren Kierkegaard was first printed (Himmelstrup 1-4), along with several contributions by young Hans Christian Andersen, a.o. parts of his literary breakthrough, "Fodreise". Young Kierkegaard in his context, so to speak

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        THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE.

      London. William Pickering 1827 - 8 volumes complete, VERY HANDSOMELY LEATHER BOUND IN FULL PERIOD CALF, GILT IN COMPARTMENTS, CONTRASTING RED AND BLUE LEATHER LETTERING LABELS, some light spotting to the plain endpapers and boards but otherwise internally clean. Illustrated with an engraved portrait of Gibbon. A pretty library set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Précis d'une dissertation sur un monument arabe du Moyen âge en Normandie

      Chalopin fils, Caen 1827 - In-8 relié, 27pp. 5 planches hors-texte. Extrait du procès-verbal de la séance du 14 avril 1820, explication des planches, notes et appendix. Seconde édition de 1837, contenant cette fois 5 planches. Cet exemplaire, dont les plats sont conservés, contrecollés aux versos des plats, est l'exemplaire numéroté 52 sur les 300. Il présente l'insigne qualité d'être signé de la main de son auteur, avec la mention "offert à Mr A. Lecointe par l'auteur. J. Spencer-Smith, Caën, 20 Nov. 1840". Lecointe était un grand imprimeur normand. Des rousseurs, reliure demi-chagrin vert bouteille, bords et coins émoussés, frottis au dos. Titre gravé au dos: Monument arabe à Bayeux, Caen, 1820. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The American Shooter's Manual, Comprising, Such Plain and Simple Rules, as are Necessary to Introduce the inexperienced into a Full Knowledge of all that Related to the Dog, and the Correct Use of the Gun; Also a Description of the Game of this Country

      Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey, 1827. Complete with 249 pages, three etched plates (including frontispiece), a sportsman's journal form, an errata sheet, and advertisements (one with engraved hunting vignette). The word "ribbon" appears on line 19 of page 235. Sound binding. Clean pages. Some foxing to the front endpapers. Very light foxing to the plates. Owners name stamped inside front cover. Minor rubbing to cover; some soiling and wear. The second hunting/sporting book published in America, and the first written by an American. . First Edition, 2nd Printing. Quarter Bound. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Kearny, F.. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Histoire de la Révolution Française.

      Paris, Lecointe et Duret, 1823-1827 - 10 volumes in-8°. Edition originale. Le nom de Félix Bodin apparait seulement sur les 2 premiers volumes. Cette première édition est encore recherchée parce qu'il s'y trouve plusieurs passages relatifs à la famille d'Orléans qui ont été modifié dans les éditions ultérieures [Brunet]. Bien complet de la grande carte dépliante en tête du 8e volume. Tampon ex-libris en page de garde de chaque volume. Exemplaire en parfaite condition. Reliures plein veau raciné, dos lisses ornés de fleurons dorés, pièces de titre rouges, pièces de tomaison vertes, tranches marbrées (pour les 5 premiers volumes) - Reliures demi-veau à coins, avec décors aux dos imitant le décors des 5 premiers volumes, dans des teintes un peu différentes pour les pièces de titre et de tomaison (pour les tomes 6 à 10). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tractado Pratico e Compendiario das Aguas dos Rios [Bound with]

      1827. Two Rare Portuguese Treatises Almeida e Sousa de Lobao, Manuel de [1745-1817]. Tractado Pratico e Compendiario das Aguas, Dos Rios Publicos, Fontes Publicas, Ribeiros, E Nascentes Dellas. Obra Apurada, Em que se Adopta o Mais Racionavel da Legislacao Romana; Cortado o que Hoje he Reprovado Pelo uso Moderno das Nacoes. Com Dous Indices, Hum dos Capitulos, Outro das Conclusoes Mais Notaveis. E com Duas Dissertacoes Analogas: 1. Sobre as Aguas Pluviaes; 2. Sobre as Aguas Subterraneas. Lisbon: Na Impressao Regia, 1827. xxix, 244 pp. [Bound with] Almeida e Sousa de Lobao, Manuel de. Tractado Pratico das Avaliacoes, E dos Damnos. Lisbon: Na Impressao Regia, 1826. 231 pp. Quarto (7-1/2" x 5"). Contemporary tree calf, lettering pieces and gilt ornaments to spine, speckled edges. Light rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn. Light toning to text, somewhat darker in places. Light pencil scribbled to front free endpaper, small later owner stamp to title page of Aguas, interior otherwise clean. A handsome volume. * Aguas: first edition; Avaliacoes: only edition. These treatises on water law and the law of valuations and damages were quite respected and cited often by jurists in Portugal, it's colonies and Brazil and Brazil. Aguas was reprinted in 1911. Both titles are rare. KVK locates a handful of all editions of both titles worldwide, none in North America. OCLC locates 2 copies of Aguas in North America (at Yale Law School and UC-Berkeley Law School), 1 copy of Avaliacoes, at Harvard Law School. Neither title in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        BIBLIA SACRA POLYGLOTTA: TEXTUS ARCHETYPOS VERSIONESQUE PRAECIPUAS AB ECCLESIA ANTIQUITUS RECEPTAS COMPLECTENTIA [THREE FASCICLES; 1-3, LACKING THE FOURTH]

      Londini; Sumptibus Samuelis Bagster 1827-1828 - Original boards. 4to. 400, 400, 399, 399 pages. 29 cm. First edition. First edition of the Biblia Sacra Polyglotta, with advertisements on rear board for further volumes soon to be printed in other languages; text block with wide margins pages uncut, boards measure 29 cm. Printed in Hebrew, English, Greek, and Latin. Opposite pages bear duplicate numbering, and each page includes four numbered texts in two columns. Concordance to the following: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy; Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 Samuel (Vulgate 1 Kings) , 2 Samuel (Vulgate 2 Kings) , 1 Kings (Vulgate 3 Kings) , 2 Kings (Vulgate 4 Kings) , 1 Chronicles (Vulgate 1 Paralipomenon) , 2 Chronicles (Vulgate 2 Paralipomenon) , Ezra (Vulgate 1 Esdras) , Nehemiah (Vulgate 2 Esdras) , Esther, Job, Psalms. Ending with Psalms [CXIX], remaining fourth volume absent. Three volume set only (missing Hagiography and New Testament; also without prolegomena from Samuel Lee) . The most inclusive of the great Polyglots since the London, or Walton's, Polyglot of 1657, it was printed by Samuel Bagster of Paternoster Row: The first issue [our set] of the ‘Biblia Sacra Polyglotta Bagsteriana’ appeared between 1817 and 1828, four volumes in foolscap octavo and quarto form, containing, besides the prolegomena of Dr. Samuel Lee, the Hebrew Old Testament with points, the Samaritan Pentateuch, the Septuagint Greek version of the Old Testament, the Latin Vulgate, the authorised English version, the Greek Textus Receptus of the New Testament, and the Peshito or ancient Syriac version. However, due to a fire at the printers in March 1822, very few of these sets were actually distributed; In particular, Lowndes states only twenty-three copies of the New Testament portion [the one volume missing in our set] were preserved. A folio edition of the polyglot was published in 1828, repeated in 1831, and subsequently, presenting eight languages at the opening of the volume, and including all the ancient and modern versions above mentioned. Copies of the different texts and translations were brought out separately, and in various combinations. The two volume folio edition (1828; printed many times thereafter) , encompassing the complete old and new testament in eight languages, is more commonly found. The third fascicle in the set has a pasted in advertisement on verso of board, announcing that the polylglott bible will soon be issued in a two part series. Subjects: Polyglot Bible â€" 1827-1828. Biblia sacra polyglotta Bagsteriana. Not a single set of the first issue listed on OCLC. A single listing exists for a single volume, which survives at a library in Scottland. Original printed Boards worn and rubbed at edges, outer edges of leaves lightly bumped, spine rebacked, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good condition. (SPEC-39-20) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'ARCHITETTURA GRECA CONSIDERATA NEI MONUMENTI.

      Roma, per i Tipi Salviucci, 1827buone mezza pelle ITALIANO Legatura coeva in mezza pelle verde e carta marmorizzata ai piatti, al dorso fregi in oro e tassello marrone con autore e titolo in oro. (1), 185 pagine numerate compresi occhiello e frontespizio;" 80 tavole incise fuori testo in fine al volume e alcune illustrazioni incise nel testo. Bell'opera in prima edizione dedicata all'architettura greca facente parte della collana ""L'architettura dei principali popoli antichi considerata nei monumenti dall'architetto Luigi Canina"", che comprendeva il primo volume dedicato all'architettura egiziana e il terzo dedicato a quella romana. Luigi Canina (Casale Monferrato, 23 ottobre 1795 &ndash"; Firenze, 17 ottobre 1856) è stato un archeologo e architetto italiano.Come architetto gli si deve: il monumentale ingresso di Villa Borghese a Roma da piazzale Flaminio (1827); la risistemazione della Casina Vagnuzzi fuori da Porta del Popolo, a Roma; un progetto non realizzato per la ricostruzione del santuario di Oropa, del 1842, ed il castello ducale di Northumberland in Inghilterra. Diede inoltre, da Roma, un importante contributo alla realizzazione della chiesa della Gran Madre di Dio a Torino, opera di Ferdinando Bonsignore, e soprattutto all'esecuzione dell'apparato scultoreo. Esemplare in barbe in buono stato di conservazione, lievi tracce di normale usura alla legatura.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C]
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        Crestomazia italiana di scritti in prosa divisi in due parti

      Ant. Fort. Stella 1827 cm. 12x19, pp. 744, bross. Crestomazia italiana (in prosa) cioè scelta di luoghi insigni o per sentimento o per locuzione raccolti dagli scritti italiani in prosa di autori eccellenti d'ogni secolo. Per cura del Conte Giacomo Leopardi. 2 volumi. PP. 744 (num. continuata). Edizione originale rara a trovarsi completa dei due volumi, in quanto uscirono a qualche mese di distanza l'uno dall'altro. Leg. originale, piccole mancanze alla coperta, scritte in nero al piatto e al dorso. Buono stato di conservazione.

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        The ANATOMY And PHYSIOLOGY Of The HUMAN BODY. In Two Volumes. The Text Revised, with Various Important Additions, From the Writings of Soemmering, Bichat, Beclard, Meckel, Spurzheim, Wistar, &c

      Published by Collins & Co. New-York:: Published by Collins & Co.,. 1827.. 8vo, signed in 4s. 8-5/8" x 5-1/4". The 5th US Edition (American Imprints 28098; Cordasco 20-0066). Reprinted from the 6th London Edition of 1826. 2 volumes (xxiv, [17] - 584; 475, [1]).. Period full brown sheep, with Vol I have a red leather title label to spine & Vol II with a black leather title label to spine.. Some general wear to bindings. Usual bit of browning & staining. throughout. POS to Vol II ffep. Withal, a VG set of an uncommon. title.. Many woodcut figures throughout text. Volume I with one engraving & Volume II with 8 engravings (2 folding), plus eratta at front giving correct plate numbers.

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        Fragmente aus meinem Leben und meiner Zeit. 3 in 4 Bänden.

      H. E. Gräfe 1827-1830., Leipzig - 8vo. XXXII, 448; VIII, 488; X, 362; VIII, 440 S. Lwd. m. roten RSchildern (Mitte 19. Jh.). Gelbschnitt. Goed. VIII, 140, 7, 3. - Erste Ausgabe (Bd. 1, 3.1 u. 3.2). - Bd. 1 von 1830, Bd. 2 in 2. Auflage: Aufenthalt in den Gefängnissen von Chambery, Turin und Mailand, nebst meiner Flucht aus der Citadelle letzteren Ortes. Braunschweig, Friedrich Vieweg. 1827; Bd. 3,1 v. 1828, Bd. 3,2 v. 1830. - Ferdinand Johannes Wit (geb. Hamburg-Eimsbüttel 1800, gest. Meran 1863), der den Namen seines Stiefvaters Dörring annahm, beschreibt seine abenteuerlichen Reisen und seine Flucht aus der Mailänder Citatelle. Die politischen Äußerungen führten bald zu einer Menge von polemischen Streitschriften. Spannende Geschichten, die nicht zuletzt an die Memoiren Casanovas erinnern. - Rücken verblaßt, Deckel etw. fleckig. Im Buchblock nur vereinzelt stockfleckig. Insgesamt von guter Erhaltung. gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa. Comprising a View of the Present State of the Cape Colony. With Observations on the Progress and Prospects of British Emigrants.

      Henry Colburn. London Second edition. 2 volumes 1827 - pp. xxi, (iii), (1)-450. Frontispiece, 12 plates [1 folding], 10 vignettes [2 of which are full-page plates]; vi, (1)-430. Double-page folding frontispiece, 8 plates [1 folding], large folding map, 7 vignettes. Contemporary half-calf and marbled boards, spine edges a bit rubbed, a little foxing at the ends, with the author's unsigned presentation inscription - 'To W. Dickson with the Authors Best Regards', a very good copy with attractive provenance. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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