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        De la lithotritie....

      Paris: Bechet..., 1827. 1st edition. CIVIALE, Jean (1792-1867). De la lithotritie. . . 8vo. 254, [4], 38pp. 5 folding plates with explanation leaves & 1 folding table. 205 x 130 mm. Contemporary half calf, a little rubbed. Stamp on title, versos of plates (not showing through) & 1 or 2 other leaves, tear in crease of 1 plate & slight foxing but a very good copy. Paris: Bechet . . . , 1827. FIRST EDITION, detailing in full Civiale's development of lithotrity, published a year after his 30-page paper briefly summarizing his work. See G-M 4289, citing 1826 publication. Civiale was responsible for putting the operation of lithotrity on a sound basis. Kiefer 98. Wellcome II 350.

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        Football - original etching by Robert Cruikshank, 1827.

      Ets met aquatint vervaardigd door George Hunt naar een tekening van Isaac Robert Cruikshank, uitgegeven door Thomas McLean in 1827. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (afb.) 24 x 33 cm.Robert Cruikshank (1789-1856) was de net-iets-minder bekende broer van karikaturist George Cruikshank. Beide broers waren ge?nteresseerd in theater en traden op in stukken die ze hadden geschreven met hun vriend en acteur Edmund Kean. Tijdens hun jeugd woonden de broers tal van boks- en schermwedstrijden bij, hanengevechten en menig kroeg wedstrijd. De basis voor hun scherpe waarneming van karikaturale types was gelegd.Cruikshank werd benoemd tot adelborst bij de East-India Company. Maar adelborst Cruikshank kon niet opschieten met zijn kapitein en werd op zijn eerste reis achtergelaten op St. Helena. Hij is terug in Londen in 1806 waar hij zal succes zal hebben als karikaturist, illustrator en portret miniaturist.In de late jaren 1820 illustreerde Cruikshank een aantal bekende boeken, waaronder de klassieke roman van Cervantes? Don Quijote.Prijs: ?625,- (incl. lijst, excl. BTW).

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        Taschenbuch zur geseligen (geselligen) Unterhaltung. Deutsche Handschrift (ausgezeichnet lesbare Schreibschrift) datiert 1827. Auf Titelblatt Nachahmung eines Wappens mit 3 (unleserlichen) Anfangsbuchstaben ev. "JRL" und darunter das Datum.

      (Ohne Angaben von Entstehungsort u. Verfasser. 1827). - 5 Bll. u. 315 Seiten Text, darin einige Zwischentitel u. eine Zeichnung (die Seiten 237-244 Noten der Violinenbegleitung für ein "kleines Melodrama zur Feyer eines Nahmensfestes), 1 weisses Blatt, 1 gefaltete farbige Tafel (komplett?) "Karakter-Spiel" und 16 mehrfach gefaltete Tafeln Musikbeilagen (mit Noten u. Texten). Marmorierter Kart.-Einband d. Zeit (Teils gering fleckig. Notenbeilagen a. d. Faltkanten etwas beschädigt) 17x12 cm * Seltene Handschrift mit Moralen, Epigrammen, Torst- u. Sinnsprüchen, Anekdoten (über die Schwaben u. Ungarn), Rätseln, Briefe (darunter eines Schuldners an seine Gläubiger), Dienstgesuch einer Böhmin, Rezept für Herz- u. Magenweh, Auslegung von Spielkarten etc. u. zwei mehrseitigen Lustspielen. In seiner Zusammensetzung u. dem Inhalt nach wohl das Werk eines österreichischen Verfassers. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Soft 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, 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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        Le régulateur de la direction qu'on doit donner à l'emploi de notre puissance amortissante.

      Paris, C. Thuau, 1827. ____ "Hélas ! Si le roi savait ! " Une violente critique du plan financier du ministère de Villèle, par Armand Seguin (1765 - 1835), chimiste, membre de l'Académie des Sciences et économiste. Exemplaire aux armes du roi Charles X, très certainement celui que lui a offert l'auteur. Les gardes de moire du second plat manquent, mais très bel exemplaire. *****. In-8. Collation : (4), 80 pp. Maroquin bleu, dos orné, encadrement doré sur les plats, armes au centre, tranches dorées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Forces Productives et Commerciales de la France.

      Paris, Bachelier, 1827. - 2 volumes in-4. 4ff. IV. VIII. XXXX. 330pp. + 3ff. 336pp. 12pp. (catalogue). Broché, couverture imprimée (petits manques aux dos, manques angulaires aux plats du second volume, diverses taches et salissures). Edition Originale. Ouvrage important du baron Charles Dupin (1784-1873) dans lequel il esquisse les conditions nécessaires au développement industriel de la France, sur le modèle des nations du nord de l'Europe. L'ouvrage s'ouvre sur un curieux "Hommage aux habitants de la France méridionale" qui souligne notamment que le sud de la France n'a eu pour voisins "que ces peuples d'Espagne et de Portugal, de Sardaigne et d'Afrique, depuis long-temps retardés, dégradés par des mauvaises lois et de mauvais gouvernements". Exemplaire broché, non rogné, dans sa couverture d'origine. Rousseurs éparses. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Redouté - Roses: Rosa Centifolia - Rosier a? cent Feuilles.

      Zogenaamde stippelgravure, in kleur gedrukt en met de hand verfraaid, uit ?Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs??, uitgegeven te Parijs 1827-1833, plaat nr. 118 gegraveerd door Langlois, naar tekeningen van Pierre-Joseph Redout? (St. Hubert 1759 ?? Parijs 1840). Formaat afdruk ca. 27 x 22 cm (papier grootte: ca 49,5 x 32,4 cm). De prenten werden meestal als losse katernen aan abonnees verstuurd. In een later stadium zijn katernen tot boek gebonden, maar niet altijd. Complete boeken zijn daarom zeldzaam en een exemplaar van een dergelijk kompleet boek bevindt zich, voor zover bekend, dan ook niet in Nederland. De Koninklijke Bibliotheek in Den Haag verwijst door naar de Bibliotheque National te Parijs.Redout? was hofschilder voor Marie Antoinette en later Jos?phine de Beauharnais (de eerste vrouw van Napoleon) die beroemd was om haar tuinen in Malmaison met meer dan 250 rozen soorten. Redout? werd ?Artiste-en-residence?? op Malmaison in Reuill. Na de dood van Jos?phine's, ging het Redout? financieel minder voor de wind. Hij wordt tekenleraar bij het Mus?e d'Histoire Naturelle in 1822 en ridder van het L?gion d'Honneur in 1825. Redout? is met name bekend om zijn rozen en lelies, maar ook het puur om esthetische redenen uitgegeven werk voor "Choix des plus belles Fleurs" wordt alom geroemd.(Literatuur: Nissen BBI 1591; Pritzel 7456; Great Flower Books, p. 72; Dunthorne 235; Stafleu TL2 8750; Hunt Redout?ana 20.) Prijs: ?1.250,- (incl. 21% BTW).

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        Redouté - Rosa Centifolia - Rosier a? cent Feuilles.

      Zogenaamde stippelgravure, in kleur gedrukt en met de hand verfraaid, uit ?Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs??, uitgegeven te Parijs 1827-1833, plaat nr. 117 gegraveerd door Langlois, naar tekeningen van Pierre-Joseph Redout? (St. Hubert 1759 ?? Parijs 1840). Formaat afdruk ca. 27 x 21,5 cm (papier grootte: ca 48 x 32,4 cm). De prenten werden meestal als losse katernen aan abonnees verstuurd. In een later stadium zijn katernen tot boek gebonden, maar niet altijd. Complete boeken zijn daarom zeldzaam en een exemplaar van een dergelijk kompleet boek bevindt zich, voor zover bekend, dan ook niet in Nederland. De Koninklijke Bibliotheek in Den Haag verwijst door naar de Bibliotheque National te Parijs.Redout? was hofschilder voor Marie Antoinette en later Jos?phine de Beauharnais (de eerste vrouw van Napoleon) die beroemd was om haar tuinen in Malmaison met meer dan 250 rozen soorten. Redout? werd ?Artiste-en-residence?? op Malmaison in Reuill. Na de dood van Jos?phine's, ging het Redout? financieel minder voor de wind. Hij wordt tekenleraar bij het Mus?e d'Histoire Naturelle in 1822 en ridder van het L?gion d'Honneur in 1825. Redout? is met name bekend om zijn rozen en lelies, maar ook het puur om esthetische redenen uitgegeven werk voor "Choix des plus belles Fleurs" wordt alom geroemd.(Literatuur: Nissen BBI 1591; Pritzel 7456; Great Flower Books, p. 72; Dunthorne 235; Stafleu TL2 8750; Hunt Redout?ana 20.) Prijs: ?1.250,- (incl. 21% BTW).

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        Oeuvres complètes... avec des éclaircissements et des notes historiques...

      Henry Feret, 1827. Ventisei parti legati in venticinque di cm. 20,5, pp. 13.000 circa complessive. Ritratto e frontespizio figurato al primo volume (con le note tip: Paris, Furne, 1835), molte tavole incise in rame fuori testo di ritratti e scene ad illustrazione del testo. Il volume dedicato alla botanica contiene inoltre 65 belle tavole a colori. Bella ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi a nervi con Ricchi fregi e titoli in oro. Piatti e sguardie marmorizzati. Qualche rada arrossatura, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato, munito di una legatura perfettamente conservata ed assai decorativa. Bella edizione delle opere, ben completa della Botanica che spesso è assente.

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

      London: John Murray, 1827. Two volumes, octavo, with a folding chart, 13 plates and a folding engraving; contemporary half calf, spines gilt with double labels. First edition, second issue, the first to be properly published: a very rare form of this important book was evidently issued before publication, with the publication date of 1826 on both title-pages. The book was actually published in 1827, with the title-pages reset to show that date. The book describes the important Australian coastal voyages of the Mermaid and the Bathurst. From 1815 or so, British interest in the largely uncharted northern and north-western coast of Australia had increased, partly out of concern at the territorial ambitions of other nations, especially the Dutch and the French. King was sent from England in 1817, with Admiralty instructions to complete the survey of Australia and finish the charting begun by Flinders and Freycinet. By 1824-25 he had issued a series of eight large charts showing the northern coasts, to be followed with this complete printed journal of his expedition. The naturalist Allan Cunningham sailed with the expedition, and the narrative includes extensive comments on botanical and geological phenomena, together with nautical and hydrographic observations. The engraved views were taken from King's own sketches.The work also includes significant natural history essays, including work by John Edward Gray, William Sharp Macleay and William Henry Fitton, three senior British scientists. An important section publishes the long essay by Allan Cunningham, 'A Few General Remarks on the Vegetation of certain coasts of Terra Australis...'. Cunningham had sailed with King, and so this section has the added interest of eyewitness reportage, as well as comparisons between the botany of east and west coasts. Cunningham's report is supplemented by notes from Robert Brown; and the whole section concludes with three natural history plates.Admiral Phillip Parker King, Australian-born son of the third governor Philip Gidley King, became the Navy's leading hydrographer. His coastal voyages and Oxley's expeditions inland were the great expansionary undertakings of the Macquarie era. Despatched to complete Flinders's interrupted survey and firmly to establish Great Britain's claim to the north coast, King charted the greater part of the west, north and north-east coasts and also carried out important surveys in the area of the Barrier Reef. His hydrographical work is still the basis of many of the modern charts for the areas he surveyed. Provenance: Edward Charles Stirling (1848-1919, anthropologist on the Horn expedition into Central Australia), with bookplates; John Warren Bakewell (1847-1923, South Australian lawyer), with bookplates; private collection (Sydney). Bindings a little rubbed but attractive; joints wearing but sides firmly held.

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        Mémoire sur la théorie mathématique des phénomènes électrodynamiques...

      Paris: Firmin Didot, 1827. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Mémoire sur la théorie mathématique des phénomènes électrodynamiques, uniquement déduite de l'expérience, dans lequel se trouvent réunis les Mémoires que M. Ampère a communiqués à l'Académie royale des sciences, dans les séances des 4 et 26 décembre 1820, 10 juin 1822, 22 décembre 1823, 12 septembre et 23 novembre 1825. In: Mémoires de l'Académie des Sciences de l'Institut de France, Tome 6, pp. 175-388. Paris: Firmin Didot, 1827. Large 4to, 3 p.l., clxxvi, [3], 612 pp, 2 folding engr. plates. Original printed wrappers (frayed, cracked at spine, upper and lower wrapper detached, lower wrapper chipped with loss of two letters of headline adverts text) in modern cloth box. Pages untrimmed, text clean an virtually unspotted. Provenance: Harrison D. Horblit (book label). Ex Bibliotheca Mechanica. A good copy. ----Norman 50; Honeyman sale 135; DSB I, p.145. FIRST EDITION. "AMPERE'S GREATEST WORK" (DSB). "Having established a noumenal foundation for electrodynamic phenomena, Ampère's next steps were to discover the relationships between the phenomena and to devise a theory from which these relationships could be mathematically deduced. This double task was undertaken in the years 1821-1825, and his success was reported in his greatest work, the Mémoire sur la théorie mathématique des phénomènes électrodynamiques, uniquement déduite de l'expérience (1827). In this work, the PRINCIPIA OF ELECTRODYNAMICS, Ampère first described the laws of action of electric currents, which he had discovered from four extremely ingenious experiments. The measurement of electrodynamic forces was very difficult, although it could be done, as J.-B. Riot and Felix Savart had shown in their formulation of the Biot-Savart law. Ampère realized, however, that much greater accuracy could be achieved if the experiments could be null experiments, in which the forces involved were in equilibrium." (DSB I p. 145). "This volume was not published until 1827." (Honeyman, 135). - Also present in this volume of the Mémoire is an important work by NAVIER "Mémoire sur les lois du mouvement des fluids." (Roberts & Trent, p. 2). This classic paper on fluid mechanics, contains his calculations about fluid flow and gives his equations for motion of a viscous fluid. Also discovered by Stokes, these calculations are known today as the Navier-Stokes Equations. Navier analyzed the motion of a fluid in much the same fashion as Euler, but considered in addition a hypothetical attraction or repulsion between adjacent molecules. - "Poisson's "Mémoire sur la théorie du magnétisme en mouvement" concerns attractive force and formulates new equations for the solution of problems therein. This work influenced the researches of Green (1828) and Gauss (1829). Also in this volume is his "Mémoire sur le calcul numerique des integrals définies" in which he sets out to improve the method of quadratures ... "The following memoirs are also of interest: Legendre's "Recherches sur quelques objets d'analyse indéterminée et particulièrement sur le théoreme de Fermat"; 'Laplace's "Mémoires sur le développement de l'anomalie vraie et du rayon vecteur elliptique, en séries ordonnées suivant les puissances de l'excentricité;" as well as Cauchy's "Mémoire sur les développements des fonctions en séries périodiques"... "The second part of the volume contains a history of the Academy with Fourier's elegy for William Herschel and Cuvier's for Duhamel." (Roberts &Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 2). Fine.

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        Sacred Dramas

      1827. MORE, Hannah. Sacred Dramas; the Search after Happiness; and Other Poems. London: Jones & Company, 1827. 24mo (2 by 4 inches), contemporary full straight-grain black morocco gilt, green morocco spine labels, all edges gilt. $1500.Later edition of Hannah MoreÂ’s poetic, pedagogical retellings of Old Testament tales, handsomely bound, with a lovely fore-edge painting.Samuel Johnson once called Hannah More “the most ‘powerful versificatrix in the English language” (DNB). These poetic retellings of familiar Old Testament stories—among them “Moses in the Bulrushes,” “David and Goliath” and “Daniel”—also, when read with modern eyes, say much “about the cultural and political issues with which More and other iconoclastic female thinkers of the period were engaged” (Marjean Purinton). With engraved frontispiece portrait and additional engraved title page. This copy bears a fore-edge painting depicting a view of Ipswich from BishopÂ’s Hill. First published 1782. Prize gift inscription dated 1831.Scattered light foxing. An about-fine copy, handsomely bound.

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        Sammelband mit Frühdrucken aller Sinfonien in der Bearbeitung für Klavier zu 4 Händen]

      - Leipzig : Probst (4x: Sinf. Nr. 1 , 4, 8 u. 9, PN 352, 355, 359, 360) Breitkopf & Härtel (3x: Sinf. Nr. 2, 5, u. 6, PN 5067, 1346, 5788), Kühnel (Sinf. Nr. 3, PN 520), Wien : Haslinger (Sinf. Nr. 7, PN C.D.A.S. 2566). HLdr. d. Zt. mit Goldprägung. Deckel u. Rücken leicht beschabt. Ecken leicht bestossen. Inhalt gering randfleckig. Alle gestochen außer Nr. 6: Flachdruck. Bearbeitungen von Carl Czerny (Nr. 1, 4, 8 u. 9), Mockmitz (Nr. 2, 6), A.E. Müller (Nr. 3), F. Schneider (Nr. 5), A. Diabelli (Nr. 7). ad 1) 1827 ad 2) ca. 1831, 4. Ausgabe der Mockwitz-Bearbeitung ad 3) 1807 ad 4) 2. Auflage 1827 ad 5) verlegt nach 1809 ad 6) Spätere Ausgabe der Mockwitz-Bearbeitung, ca. 1837 ad 7) Spätere Auflage mit deutlichen Plattenrissen, nach 1826 ad 8) verlegt 1828 ad 9) Zusammen mit dem Originalverleger Schott hrsg., 1829.

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        Eigenh. Schriftstück mit U. ("G").

      W[eimar], 3. X. 1827. - 138:50 mm. Konzeptpapier; fachgerecht eingesetzt in ein zeitgenössisches Blatt (155:208 mm). Leihzettel: "Seldenus (de Diis Syr[is])". - Der englische Universalgelehrte John Selden (Johannes Seldenus, 1584-1654) hatte 1617 das erwähnte Werk über die Mythologie des Orients veröffentlicht. - Goethe arbeitete zu dieser Zeit an mehreren Artikeln für "Kunst und Althertum" (vgl. dazu die Tagebuchaufzeichnungen vom 2. Oktober des Jahres). - Ort- und Datumsangabe von fremder Hand.

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

      John Murray, London 1827 - Two volumes, octavo, with a folding chart, 13 plates and a folding engraving; contemporary half calf, spines gilt with double labels. First edition, second issue, the first to be properly published: a very rare form of this important book was evidently issued before publication, with the publication date of 1826 on both title-pages. The book was actually published in 1827, with the title-pages reset to show that date. The book describes the important Australian coastal voyages of the Mermaid and the Bathurst. From 1815 or so, British interest in the largely uncharted northern and north-western coast of Australia had increased, partly out of concern at the territorial ambitions of other nations, especially the Dutch and the French. King was sent from England in 1817, with Admiralty instructions to complete the survey of Australia and finish the charting begun by Flinders and Freycinet. By 1824-25 he had issued a series of eight large charts showing the northern coasts, to be followed with this complete printed journal of his expedition. The naturalist Allan Cunningham sailed with the expedition, and the narrative includes extensive comments on botanical and geological phenomena, together with nautical and hydrographic observations. The engraved views were taken from King's own sketches.The work also includes significant natural history essays, including work by John Edward Gray, William Sharp Macleay and William Henry Fitton, three senior British scientists. An important section publishes the long essay by Allan Cunningham, 'A Few General Remarks on the Vegetation of certain coasts of Terra Australis?'. Cunningham had sailed with King, and so this section has the added interest of eyewitness reportage, as well as comparisons between the botany of east and west coasts. Cunningham's report is supplemented by notes from Robert Brown; and the whole section concludes with three natural history plates.Admiral Phillip Parker King, Australian-born son of the third governor Philip Gidley King, became the Navy's leading hydrographer. His coastal voyages and Oxley's expeditions inland were the great expansionary undertakings of the Macquarie era. Despatched to complete Flinders's interrupted survey and firmly to establish Great Britain's claim to the north coast, King charted the greater part of the west, north and north-east coasts and also carried out important surveys in the area of the Barrier Reef. His hydrographical work is still the basis of many of the modern charts for the areas he surveyed. Provenance: Edward Charles Stirling (1848-1919, anthropologist on the Horn expedition into Central Australia), with bookplates; John Warren Bakewell (1847-1923, South Australian lawyer), with bookplates; private collection (Sydney). Bindings a little rubbed but attractive; joints wearing but sides firmly held. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Catalogus numorum Cuficorum in numophylacio academico Upsaliensi.

      Uppsala, Regiae Academiar typographi, 1827. 4:o. (4),+ XVI,+ 32 s. Tryckt på blått skrivpapper. Oskuren i samtida stänkmarmorerat pappband. Titel med svart bläck på frampärmen. Något nött rygg. Dedikation till C. J. Tornberg, "amico suo", från förf. Esaias Tegnér d.y.:s namnteckning, daterad 1878, och exlibris. Hesse 1538. Bokhandelsupplagan, med det 16-sidiga förordet som Hesse endast nämner för dissertationsupplagan. En katalog över de kufiska, dvs arabiska mynten i Uppsala universitets Mynt- och medaljkabinett utgiven av Johan Henrik Schröder (1791-1857) som sedan 1820 var prefekt över samlingen. Den är utgiven med tryckt dedikation till J. Hallenberg och C. M. Frähn. Mycket fin proveniens! Carl Johan Tornberg (1807-77) var orientalist och arabist och en framstående auktoritet på den orientaliska numismatikens område och så småningom professor i österländska språk vid Lunds universitet. Han gav själv 1848 ut den motsvarande katalogen över Kungl. myntkabinettets i Stockholm samlingar av arabiska mynt, "Numi Cufici regii numophylacii Holmiensis". 1827 är han dock fortfarande student i Uppsala.

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        Fugue (in D)

      1827. First Edition . BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van. Fuge (in D.) für 2 Violinen 2 Violen und Violoncell [Opus 137]. Wien: Tobias Haslinger, [1827]. Folio, unbound and uncut. Housed in custom cloth case. $3800.First edition of the full score and parts of BeethovenÂ’s Fugue in D Major for five stringed instruments.“This piece was written especially for a manuscript collection of BeethovenÂ’s works projected by HaslingerÂ… and was published by him in the fall of 1827 as Opus 137. Beethoven was particularly interested in fugues at the time. ‘To make a fugue requires no particular skill,Â’ he said later to Holz, ‘in my study days I made dozens of them. But the fancy wishes also to assert its privileges, and today a new and really poetical element must be introduced into the old traditional form.Â’ The sketches for the conclusion of the quintet fugue are mixed with notes from Bach and others showing how zealous were his studies in the form at that time” (Scherman and Biancolli, 970). First composed in 1817, but not published until this edition. Kinsky, 417-418. A fine uncut copy, housed in a custom case.

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        A.B.C. THE WORD BOOK; or, Stories chiefly in three letter. Written for children under four years of age. By A.B.C. Assisted by the other letters of the alphabet. Third Edition.

      34 pages. Ad's to rear pastedown. Illustrated with 24 hand-coloured engravings. Original printed wrappers. The occasional small mark; spine expertly restored; else a very good copy of a quite a scarce title. Mrs Moon locating only three copies of the first edition of 1825, no copies of the second edition, and only one of the third. Moon 1(3). 'The book contains 24 stories, one for each letter of the alphabet, IJ and UV being put together, but there seems to be no connection between the letters and the stories.'

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        Football - original etching by Robert Cruikshank, 1827.

      Ets met aquatint vervaardigd door George Hunt naar een tekening van Isaac Robert Cruikshank, uitgegeven door Thomas McLean in 1827. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (afb.) 24 x 33 cm.Robert Cruikshank (1789-1856) was de net-iets-minder bekende broer van karikaturist George Cruikshank. Beide broers waren geïnteresseerd in theater en traden op in stukken die ze hadden geschreven met hun vriend en acteur Edmund Kean. Tijdens hun jeugd woonden de broers tal van boks- en schermwedstrijden bij, hanengevechten en menig kroeg wedstrijd. De basis voor hun scherpe waarneming van karikaturale types was gelegd.Cruikshank werd benoemd tot adelborst bij de East-India Company. Maar adelborst Cruikshank kon niet opschieten met zijn kapitein en werd op zijn eerste reis achtergelaten op St. Helena. Hij is terug in Londen in 1806 waar hij zal succes zal hebben als karikaturist, illustrator en portret miniaturist.In de late jaren 1820 illustreerde Cruikshank een aantal bekende boeken, waaronder de klassieke roman van Cervantes? Don Quijote.Prijs: ?625,- (incl. lijst, excl. BTW).

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        Autograph musical manuscript from "Il Pirata".

      [Milano, La Scala, 27 Oct. 1827]. - Oblong folio. 2 pp. From Act II, Scene 2; one page with the text. - After the enormous success of "Bianca e Fernando" in Naples (May 1826), Bellini was introduced to the librettist Felice Romani, who proposed the subject of the composer’s first project, "Il pirata". Its premiere, given on 17 October 1827, was "an immediate and then an increasing, success. By Sunday, December 2, when the season ended, it had been sung to fifteen full houses" (Weinstock, Bellini: His life and His Operas. New York, Knopf, 1971, pp. 40f.). - Margins somewhat spotty and browned. With an early certification of authenticity in the left margin, written by the lawyer (to the heirs of Vincenzo, his brothers Carmelo and Mario), Francesco Chiarenza, and dated Catania, June 21, 1902.

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        Autograph journals.

      Various places, 1822 and 1825-1827. - 4to. 4 vols. comprising a total of more than 1900 written pages and several small sketches in the text. Bound in contemporary calf with gilt covers ("Henriette Zichy Ferraris" and year). Metal clasps. Several addenda (cf. below). Extensive, substantial diary, in French, written by the young Countess Zichy who shuttled between her paternal castle Karlsburg (Oroszvár or Rusovsky kastiel, Slovakia) and Vienna. Henriette Countess Zichy-Ferraris was one of three daughters of Lieutenant field marshal Francis Count Zichy-Ferraris and his wife Maria Wilhelmine, née Countess Ferraris, the daughter of Field Marshal Joseph Count Ferraris. In 1831 Henriette married Prince Innocente Odescalchi, while her sister married the State Chancellor Metternich that same year. Apart from her social obligations he was best known as chair of the "Society of aristocratic ladies for the advancement of all things good and useful", formed in 1812 at the instigation of Ignaz von Sonnleithner and his brother, the Court Theatre Secretary Joseph Sonnleithner. - The addenda include 3 autograph letters by Metternich (a total of 3½ pp. on 4 ff., 8vo), several contemporary newspaper clippings, death notices for Caroline Countess Wolkenstein and Joseph Carl Count Dietrichstein, guest lists, various notes, etc. Also includes a contemporary French manuscript by an unidentified writer (68 and 37 [but: 38] numbered pp, 4to, bound in later cloth, stained and rubbed) containing literary writing (some copied, other parts apparently original). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Trésor des Artisans, Domestiques, et Gens de la Campagne. En 2 TOMES

      1827. LOCARD et DAVI. 1827. In-16.Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. fraîche. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 270 + pages. Frontispices en noir et blanc. Passages de vers, en marges sur les 1ères pages. Introuvable

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        Leabhuir an tSean Tiomna [The Book of the Old Testament]. (Ar na dtarruing on teanguidh ughdarach go gaidhlig tré chúram agus sáothar, an Dochtúr Uilliam Bhedel, Roimhe so Easpog Chillemóire a nErin) [Translated from the original to Irish through the care and work of Dr. Uilliam Bhedel, formerly the Bishop of Killmore, Ireland] .

      Dublin, G. & J. Grierson & M. Keene, 1827. Octavo. 1306 pages. Original Hardcover / Full leather with gaelic ornaments on boards. Spine missing but still in very good condition with only minor signs of external wear and in a very firm binding. Only very few signs of foxing. Gaelic Bible / Very Rare !

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        Atlas Universel de Géographie. Physique, Politique, Statistique et Minéralogique... Sixième Partie - Océanique.

      Brussels: Lithographed by H. Ode, 1827. 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 Géographique 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, 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 Géographique 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.

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        Gesamtansicht, ( ca. 14,3 x 40 ) auf einer Kundschaft der Mauerer und Steinhauer ( nicht ausgef

      - Lithographie b. Schlegel in L

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        KEMPTEN. - Rottach., "Die untere Rotach bey Kempten". Blick

      Federzeichnung, bez., sign. und dat. "nach der Natur gezeichnet von J.B. Wei

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        The Gold-Headed Cane

      London, John Murray, MDCCCXXVII [1827]. First Edition. Hard Cover. 179 p., illus.; 21 cm. Story of a cane successively carried by Drs. Radcliffe, Mead, Askew, Pitcairn and Baillie and presented by Mrs. Baillie to the College of Physicians. Garrison-Morton 6709. Splendid copy of the first edition in original boards, protected in a slipcase with red leather spine; gift quality. Stock#OB601.

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        Maximes et Réflexions Morales du Duc de La Rochefoucauld.

      Paris: Didot, Henri, 1827. 96pp. This is the first volume to be printed with Didot's 2 1/2 point microscopic type, which was the smallest produced to that date and is noted for its beauty and clarity. Bound in contemporary polished brown morocco with gilt-tooled decoration on both covers and an elegant gilt-titled and decorated spine; gilt-tooled turn-ins. A.e.g. This very famous miniature is in very fine condition. (Spielmann 291-A; Bondy, p. 91). (2 5/8 by 1 3/4; 67x44mm).

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        Encyclopädie der philosophischen Wissenschaften im Grundrisse.

      8vo., xlii + 544pp., the paper throughout generally a little browned and foxed, original boards with a spine label lettered in gilt, wear to joints and extremities, red edges. A good, sound, copy with several early ownership inscriptions, including I.F.C. Kampe (mid 19th century), Jonas Cohn (1931) and Selly Oak Colleges Library (bookplate on pastedown and tiny inkstamp in lower margin of title).Publisher: Heidelberg, August Oswald.Year: 1827Edition: Rand p.243.

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        Einige Naturhistorische Bemerkungen über die Walle nebst einer Abbildung.

      Greifswald: F.W. Kunicke, 1827. Folio, with engraved plate by G. Eduard Müller, some foxing; a good copy preserved in recent paper boards, blue morocco label to spine. A lovely copy of this rare work on the Minke Whale, here referred to by the now obsolete classification of Balaena rostrata Fabr. var. major. The beauty of this work is the elegant engraving by G. Eduard Müller in Berlin.One of the smaller Baleen Whales, so-called for the plates they use to "filter feed", the Minke was first described by Fabricius in 1780 (hence the classification by Rosenthal), but is better known from Lacépède's 1804 description in his Histoire naturelle des cétacés. As the letterpress explains, this work was prompted by the stranding of the whale on the coast of the Baltic island of Rügen, a chance which gave natural historians a rare opportunity to study the animal in detail.Rosenthal published this rare work as a festschrift for Dr Siegfried Joachim Meyer, the mayor of Greifswald. He also wrote a small monograph on the seal.

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        I secoli della Real Casa di Savoia ovvero delle storie piemontesi libri otto. Opera adorna di tavole Genealogiche Statistiche e Cronologiche. Torino, dalla stamperia Alliana, 1827

      1827. 2 volumi in-8, pp. (12), 469, 682, ben legati in m. pelle, fregi a secco e titolo in oro ai dorsi. Illustrati da 9 grandi tavole più volte ripiegate. Prima edizione (fu ristampata nel 1840) di opera che esalta i nove secoli di storia sabauda. Le tavole, incise all'acquatinta da Stucchi e stampate in bistro, sono graficamente assai elaborate, ricche di cartigli, colonne, stemmi e vedutine; l'autore avverte che ''i rami, insieme collegati, potranno divenire il soggetto di una carta generale, storico-genealogica, statistica e cronologica, del nostro paese''. L'edizione è davvero rara sul mercato. Buon esemplare con poche fioriture, qualche piega parzialmente strappata.

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        Leben, Thaten und Ende des Kaisers Napoleon. Den Zeitgenossen und der Nachwelt, besonders aber Denen gewidmet, welche unter ihm gedient haben. Mit Benutzung aller bis jetzt bekannten geschichtlichen Quellen.

      Ilmenau: B.F. Voigt, 1827. 209 S., 1 Titelbild. Halbleder, gebundene Ausgabe. Einband etwas berieben/angeschmutzt, Rücken fehlt!, Seiten altersbedingt etwas gebräunt, ansonsten ordentliches Ex. Versand D: 2,20 EUR

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        The trial of Edward Gibbon Wakefield,

      8vo., xv + (1) + 350pp., complete with the half-title and Appendix (pp.305-350), half-title rather soiled, rebound relatively recently in cloth with a leather gilt lettered spine label. A solid, workmanlike, but not very appealing binding. A good copy, nonetheless.Publisher: London: John Murray,Year: 1827Edition: First edition: complete with the rare Appendix. Ferguson 1159.

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        Personal Narrative of Travels in the United States and Canada in 1826

      

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        A New System of Chemical Philosophy.

      Manchester: S. Russell for R. Bickerstaff; Russell & Allen for R. Bickerstaff; Executives of S. Russell for G. Wilson, 1808-1810-1827. First edition of Dalton's classic work on the atomic theory of matter, very rare when complete with all three parts in the original boards with the original printed spine labels. "Dalton reconstructed Newton's speculations on the structure of matter, and, applying them in a new form to chemistry, gave Lavoisier's reformation of that science a deeper significance" (PMM). "Dalton's chemical atomic theory was the first to give significance to the relative weights of the ultimate particles of all known compounds, and to provide a quantitative explanation of the phenomena of chemical reaction. Dalton believed that all matter was composed of indestructible and indivisible atoms of various weights, each weight corresponding to one of the chemical elements, and that these atoms remained unchanged during chemical processes. Dalton's work with relative atomic weights prompted him to construct the first periodic table of the elements (in Vol. I, pt. 1), to formulate laws concerning their combination and to provide schematic representations of various possible combinations of atoms. His equation of the concepts "atom" and "chemical element" was of fundamental importance, as it provided the chemist with a new and enormously fruitful model of reality" (Norman). "He developed a system of chemical symbols and a table [plate 4 in part 1] showing the relative weights of the atoms of a list of elements. From his principles he deduced the law of definite proportions and the law of multiple proportions" (Dibner). ?PMM 261; Horblit 22; Dibner 44; Evans 54; Sparrow 47. Dalton (1766-1844) was born of a Quaker family at Eaglesfield, a small village in the English Lake District. As a young boy, he worked in the fields with his older brother, and helped his father in the shop where they wove cloth. In 1776, when only ten years old, he entered the service of Elihu Robinson, a wealthy Quaker, who taught him mathematics. In 1781, after a brief period of teaching in the village school, he joined his brother who was a master at a school in Kendal. In 1793 he moved to Manchester and, in the same year, published Meteorological Observations in which he suggested that the processes of evaporation and condensation were not chemical changes of state but rather changes in the physical form of water. These ideas laid the foundations for his theory that all matter is composed of discrete 'atoms'. At first after he moved to Manchester he taught mathematics and natural philosophy at New College, and began observing the behavior of gases, but after six years he resigned. Thereafter he devoted his life to research, which he financed by giving private tuition. By 1800, Dalton had become the secretary of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society (LPS), and in 1805 he presented a series of papers to the society outlining key points about the behaviour of gases in his series of essays, "Experimental Essays on the Constitution of Mixed Gases". He proposed that particles of an elastic fluid or gas were in fact elastic only with particles of their own kind. This extended Boyle's law to mixtures of gases. Dalton's further essay "On the Expansion of Gases by Heat" proposed the law that all elastic fluids expand the same quantity at the same heat. Jacques Charles (1746-1823) and Joseph Louis de Guy-Lussac (1778-1850) arrived at the same notion almost simultaneously. It is in this work that we see interest in the particles of matter themselves, rather than their behaviour, begin to emerge in Dalton's thinking. Atomism itself was not a particularly new idea in the early 19th century. The ancient Greek philosopher, Democritus (460-370 B.C.E.), proposed as part of a materialist philosophy that matter was made of tiny, indivisible pieces. Democritus suggested that there were certain basic elements that could be neither created nor destroyed, but that could be arranged into myriad forms. These atoms possess simple properties only, specifically size, shape, and mass. Anything else that we perceive, such as colour, is merely the result of interaction between the particles. In the 17th century, Isaac Newton hypothesized that matter was made up of atoms--small, hard homogeneous spheres adhering to one another through the gravitational force they exerted. The notion that matter was composed of atoms, and that there existed pure substances made of only one kind of atom (elements), was fairly common during the later Enlightenment period and into the 19th century. As a member of the Manchester LPS, Dalton was certainly familiar with these ideas. Dalton came to the notion of atomic structure only gradually, at first as a physical concept forced on him by his study of the atmosphere, heat, and gases. Dalton's notebooks and papers were destroyed during the bombing of Manchester during World War II, so historians of science perforce rely on earlier generations for their reporting of Dalton's day-to-day investigations. In his 1802-1804 notebooks, Dalton records on September 6, 1803, a table of the relative weights of the atoms of several substances, including water, carbon dioxide, and ammonia. With his assumption that matter always combines in the simplest possible manner, he used this chemical analysis to arrive at the idea that the gases he observed were made of atoms of differing weights, of different elements. Extending this idea to matter more generally, Dalton formulated his theory of atomism, which contains four basic parts. The first part is that chemical elements are made of atoms. These atoms are minute, discrete, indestructible particles invisible to the technology of the day. Dalton's idea that an element is a chemical substance that cannot be further reduced to atoms derives from Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier (1743-94). While Dalton's atoms are frequently imagined as featureless balls, Dalton never ruled out the possibility of subatomic structure. The second and third parts of Dalton's theory of chemical atomism holds that the atoms of an element are identical to each other and different from those of other elements. This was Dalton's law of constant composition. Although chemists had long claimed that different elements had different weights, no one had been able to work out the values of those weights. Dalton was the first to do so. The fourth part of his theory held that elements combine in small whole-number ratios. The relative number of atoms in a given compound is consistent from sample to sample. This explained Joseph Louis Proust's (1754-1826) law of definite proportions (1797). Water, for example, will always consist of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen, a simple ratio of 2:1. This idea likewise explained Dalton's own law of multiple proportions, derived from his observation that some atoms occur in different proportions with the same elements. For example, carbon and oxygen can produce carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. The masses of one element combine with a fixed mass of a second element. Thus, the amount of carbon changes but always in relation to the same mass of oxygen. In 1808 Dalton began the publication of his great work, A New System of Chemical Philosophy, in which he developed the ideas he had been working on since 1801 concerning heat and chemical combination and laid the foundation for systematic chemical notation by graphically representing the arrangements of atoms in compounds. Dalton explains the publication strategy of his New System in his Preface: he first intended 'to publish it intire in one volume', but changed his mind in order to 'exhibit and elucidate ... those primary Laws, which seem to obtain in regard to heat, and to chemical combinations' as swiftly as possible, being warned by colleagues that 'the interests of science, and his own reputation might suffer by delay'. Since his exposition of 'the doctrine of heat, and the general principles of Chemical Synthesis, are in a good degree independent of the future details, there can no detriment arise to the author, or inconvenience to his readers, in submitting what is already prepared, to the inspection of the public.' Hence Dalton put into print the essential 'Part I' of his New System in May 1808, reserving the 'details' of his experiments and analysis for two years: that supplement, entitled 'Part II', appeared in 1810, with a prefatory apology for its two-and-a-half year delay, and with its pagination continued from that of Part I. A very belated third part (described as 'Volume II, Part I', but effectively a new work under the old title) saw print only in 1827, by which time 'the theory had borne such widespread fruit that Dalton's own conclusions were almost all out-of-date' (PMM). Dalton's theory was not universally or immediately accepted. One critic wrote, "Atoms are round bits of wood invented by Mr. Dalton." More damagingly, Sir Humphrey Davy (1778-1829), easily the most famous English chemist of the age, described Dalton as a rough experimenter who could usually be counted on to find the results he sought, relying on his head rather than empiricism. Dalton wrote in the preface to the second part of the first volume of his New System that he had so often been misled by the results of others that he was determined to trust only what he verified. To others, however, this too often looked like a lack of receptivity to other, perhaps contradictory, ideas. Despite such charges, Dalton gradually gained recognition and even honour for his contribution. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1822, and eventually a foreign associate of the Paris Academy of Sciences. In 1833, the British government granted him a pension of £150, which was doubled in 1836. In the mid-19th century, this was a lavish sum. But perhaps the greatest honour is this: The units of atomic mass, while now called unified atomic mass units (amus), were once called "daltons". Dibner, Heralds of Science 44; Duveen p. 156; Horblit 22; Norman 575; Partington III, pp. 799-813; Printing and the Mind of Man 261; Smyth, John Dalton 1766-1844. A Bibliography of Works by and About Him, 9. Two vols. in three, 8vo, pp. vi, [2]. 220; [8], 221-560; xii, 357, [3], with 8 plates. uncut and partially unopened. Original publisher's boards with printed paper spine labels. Two first volumes with book plate and the signature (dated 1816) of Peter Rothwell, both volumes very fresh and completley untouched in their original state, Third volume with stamp of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, spine with some restoration, boards and spine strip darker than than the two first volumes.

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        El Tratado de la Pintura y los tres libros que sobre el mismo Arte escribio Leon Bautista Alberti, traducidos e ilustrados con algunas notas por Don Diego Antonio Rejon de Silva.

      Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1827. - 4°, circa 28,4 x 20,5 cm. 8 ff., 266 pp., 2 portraits and 40 engraved plates Full marbled calf around 1900 Palau 369699. Nice illustrated edition of the two classic treatises on painting and the perspective, following the first Spanish edition from 1784. There is one allegorical engraving by Barcelon after Castillo, 21 numbered and 12 not numbered plates in the first part as well as 6 plates for the second. The two portraits show Leonardo and Alberti. "- Nice, only minor browning, mostly clean, a little rubbed, but altogether fine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LAND PATENT. Land Grant. Document signed by President J. Q. Adams.

      Washington, D.C: U. S. Government General Land Office, 1827. Vellum land grant for 80 acres in Tippacanoe County, Indiana to Abel Janney, dated May 15, 1827. Signed by the 6th United States President (1825-1829) John Quincy Adams, and countersigned by George Graham, Commissioner of the General Land Office. Document measures approximately 9.5" (height) by 15.5" (width). There are six vertical creases and one horizontal crease, not affecting Adams' signature, but document is not flat. The document is overall slightly yellowed, with two dark stains in the text, not affecting the autograph. The wax seal is mostly lacking.. Signed. First Edition. Unbound. Very good condition.

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        Chansons et poésies diverses de M.-A. Désaugiers.

      Ladvocat, 1827. Recueil complet en 4 volumes des oeuvres du spirituel chansonnier et vaudevilliste Marc-Antoine DESAUGIERS (Fréjus, 1772-1827, fils du compositeur homonyme): "Malin sans méchanceté, il a fait rire aux dépens de tout et ne s'est jamais permis de faire rire aux dépens de personne" (Charles Nodier). Mention de 6è édition "considérablement augmentée": titre du 4è volume augmenté de "Chansons inédites"; notice sur "la vie et les ouvrages" de l'auteur par Jean-Toussaint MERLE et lettre écrite par Charles NODIER à l'annonce de son décès dans le 4è volume; index des textes "avec indication des numéros de la clef du Caveau pour le timbre des airs"; bandeaux, culs-de-lampe et lettrines gravés sur bois dans les 4 volumes, portrait de l'auteur gravé sur acier par J.M. FONTAINE d'après DEVERIA et fac-similé dépliant hors texte du manuscrit du "Sexagénaire" dans le 4è (soit complet des 2 hors texte, mais que Vicaire annonce dans le 1er volume). Bel exemplaire.

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        Histoire de Napoléon

      Edition originale, illustrée debindings en demi basane glacée noire. spine lisses ornés de fers rocailles en miroir. titres et tomaisons dorés. Beau jeu de marbrures entre les plats, les tranches et les plats intérieurs. 2 accrocs avec manque le long du mors supérieur du tome I ; un autre manque le long du mors inférieur du tome 2 sur 4cm ; un trou sur le mors supérieur du tome 3. Leger frottement en tête des tomes 1 et 2. Petites piqûres éparses sur un papier demeuré bien blanc. Ambroise Dupont Paris 1827 In-8 (12,5x21,7cm) 453pp. et 480pp. et 490pp. et 539pp. 4 tomes en 4 volumes reliés

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        Travels from India to Englandandnbspcomprehending a Visit to the Burman Empire and a Journey through Persia Asia Minor European Turkey andampc In the Years 1825 26

      

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        Traité de la moelle épinière et de ses maladies, contenant l'histoire anatomique, physiologique et pathologique de ce centre nerveux chez l'homme.

      Paris, Crevot, Bruxelles, Libr. médicale française, 1827. ____ Illustré par 3 planches dépliantes en lithographie. Cette importante monographie traite pour sa plus grande part de la pathologie de la moelle épinière. Charles-Prosper Ollivier, d'Angers (1796-1845) " who denied the existence of the central canal itself, coined the word syringomyelia for any kind of cavitation in the spinal cord." McHenry, Garrison's, History of neurology. Deuxième édition, corrigée et augmentée de près de 500 pages et d'une planche, sur la première de 1824. Couleur du dos passée, mais très bel exemplaire élégamment relié. *****. 2 volumes in-8. [201 x 122 mm] Collation : XVI, 447, (1) pp. / X, p. 447 à 847., 3 pl. dépl. Demi-veau vert, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Voyage à Peking, a travers la Mongolie, en 1820 et 1821, par M.G. Timkovski, traduit du Russe par M. N. ++++++, et revu par M. J.B. Eyriés. Ouvrage publié avec des corrections et des notes par M.J. Klaproth. Atlas seul

      1827. Paris Librairie Orientale de Dondey Dupré pére et fils 1827. Atlas seul In-folio relié demi basane blonde, dos lisse à filets dorés. 32 pages de texte "Aperçu statistique de la Chine, tiré de documents originaux par M. Klaproth" et "Explication des planches qui forment cet atlas", bien complet des 12 planches gravées : Vignette de titre, passage de L'Iro ou Iouro - Carte dépliante de la route de Kiakhta a Peking par la Mongolie - Plan dépliant de Peking - Plan du couvent et de la cour de l'Ambassade Russe a Péking - Arachi Taidzi, noble Mongol - Un Mandchou et une femme Mandchoue - Habitans des bords de l'Amour inférieur - Chinois jouant à pair ou impair - Dames chinoises qui jouent aux cartes - Dames chinoises qui executent un morceau de musique - Figures de Bouddha ou de Chakia Mouni - Casque Mongol en acier. Reliure un peu frottée, petit manque de cuir en queue, coins légérement émoussés, quelques rousseurs essentiellement sur le plan du couvent. Bon exemplaire.

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        La méthode ovalaire, ou nouvelle méthode pour amputer dans les articulations.

      Paris, Delaunay, 1827. ____ Seule édition de cet ouvrage rare de chirurgie. La méthode ovalaire consiste à arriver, par un triangle, à une ellipse dont le petit foyer se trouve près de l'articulation. Illustré de 11 très belles planches hors-texte en lithographie, dont 10 dépliantes, par Dupuis et Tavernier, en partie d'après les dessins de Moreau, élève de David et chirurgien aide-major. Robert Joseph Henri Scoutetten, né à Lille en 1799, participa aux campagnes militaires de Kabylie et de Crimée; il dirigea l'hôpital militaire de Metz. L'ouvrage est dédié à ses maîtres Lisfranc et Willaumé. Quelques rousseurs à 5 planches. Bon exemplaire. ***** Only edition of this rare surgical work. Illustrated by 11 large lithographic plates. In-folio. [304 x 223 mm] Collation : (6), 49 pp., 11 planches hors-texte. Demi-basane brune, dos orné, tranches jaunes. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Carte de l'achiplel des iles Gilbert...

      Paris: Arthus Bertrand, 1827. Map measuring 610 x 440 mm. (sheet size). Delicately engraved chart of the Gilbert Islands in present-day Micronesia, from the official atlas of the French scientific expedition of 1822-1825 under the command of Louis-Isidor Duperrey. The Duperrey voyage is of great importance to the history of European contact with the indigenous peoples of Micronesia. It was also the first time accurate maps of the region were produced.The expedition left France in the Coquille in August 1822, and after venturing through the Pacific and stopping at New Zealand they reached the Gilbert islands in May 1824. Overall, the experience of French sailors and scientists of the Duperrey expedition in Micronesia was peaceful (so much so that two sailors chose to remain on the Chuuck islands rather than remain aboard the Coquille and return to Europe). This contact was greatly different to earlier landfalls made by the Spanish, which were characterised by violence and pillaging of the native villages.For a full description of Duperrey voyage in this region see Francis Hezel The First Taint of Civilization. A history of the Caroline and Marshall Islands in pre-Colonial days (pages 95-102). Fine.

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        Le Mérite des femmes, édition nouvelle, augmentée de Poésies inédites

      Louis Janet (Imprimerie de Jules Didot Aîné), 1827. In - 8 (217 x 139 mm), faux - titre, titre, (1) ff., viij pp., (1) ff., 405 pp., veau framboise, dos et plats finement orné or et à froid, dos à quatre nerfs, pièces de veau vert, dentelle sur les coupes et intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure romantique). Orné de 2 figures d'après Desenne, gravées par Lecomte et Pourvoyeur. Eloges de l'auteur par Alexandre Duval et le Comte Regnaud de Saint - Jean - d'Angely. Contient également les poèmes Les Souvenirs, La Sépulture, La Mélancolie, L'Hiver, etc, et plusieurs poésies regroupées sous le titre Poésies fugitives. Très belle reliure romantique, en très bel état. (nombreuses rousseurs, quelques feuillets roussis, quelques inversions de pages entre les pp. 240 et 306). / / Octavo (217 x 139 mm), half - title, tite, (1) ff., viij pp., (1) ff., 405 pp., raspberry calf, spine and covers nicely tooled in gilt and blind, spine raised on four bands, green calf labels, gilt dentelle on turn - ins and inside, edges gilt (contemporary romantic binding). Illustrated with 2 plates after Desenne, engraved by Lecomte et Pourvoyeur. Contains "Eloges" of the author by Alexandre Duval and Comte Regnaud de Saint - Jean - d'Angely, other poems "Les Souvenirs", "La Sépulture", "La Mélancolie", "L'Hiver", etc, and several poems with general title "Poésies fugitives". Very fine romantic binding, very well preserved. (many spots, some leaves foxed, some pages not well placed between pp. 240 and 306).

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