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        Scènes contemporaines, laissées par Madame la vicomtesse de Chamilly [suivi de :] Scènes contemporaines et scènes historiques, laissées par Madame la vicomtesse de Chamilly

      Urbain Canel, J. Barbezat, Balzac, Paris 1828 - Paris, Urbain Canel, 1828 et Paris, J. Barbezat, 1830. 2 tomes reliés en un volume, 21 x 13 cm (R), in-8°, 2 ff. n. ch. + frontispice par Henri Monnier + XVIII pp. + 334 pp. + 1 f. n. ch. (table), 2 ff. n. ch. + 408 pp. + 2 ff. n. ch. (table et erratum), reliure romantique de l'époque en demi-veau blond, dos lisse orné en long, pièce de titre en veau noir, tranches jaspées. Edition originale pour les deux tomes. Le premier sort des presses d'Honoré de Balzac, il est l'un des plus recherchés, car le plus réussi, des impressions balzaciennes. De 1826 à 1828, année de sa faillite, Balzac fut imprimeur (et fondeur de caractères) et produisit toutes sortes de volumes, parmi lesquels de nombreuses plaquettes publicitaires, des physiologies, des ouvrages didactiques, des mémoires, des oeuvres littéraires et quelques pièces condamnées, comme celle-ci. Cette édition est beaucoup plus rare que sa deuxième édition, datant de la même année, et il est peu fréquent de trouver les deux tomes ainsi réunis. Très agréable exemplaire, malgré de menus frottis aux coiffes et des rousseurs sans gravité affectant le frontispice et 10 ff. du tome 1 et quelques rousseurs éparses au tome 2. (VICAIRE, II, 173 et 174) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Des livres autour (Julien Mannoni)]
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        L'ile Mysterieuse (Fore-edge Painting of Two Ships, Foredge)

      Bibliotheque D'education et De Recreation, Paris - Quarter red morocco with elaborated blind stamped gilt compartmented with raised bands. Mild to moderate wear. Red pebble cloth has triple ruled border. All edges gilt. Lovely fore-edge painting of two ships anchored with blue skies. 154 woodcuts by Ferat. Silk endpages with small split at gutter. 616pp. Text in French. Jules Gabriel Verne (February 8, 1828–March 24, 1905) was a French author who pioneered the science-fiction genre. He is best known for novels such as Journey To The Center Of The Earth (1864), Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873). Verne wrote about space, air, and underwater travel before air travel and practical submarines were invented, and before practical means of space travel had been devised. He is the third most translated author in the world, according to Index Translationum. Some of his books have been made into films. Verne, along with Hugo Gernsback and H. G. Wells, is often popularly referred to as the "Father of Science Fiction". Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Enumeratio plantarum Javae et insularum adjacentium minus cognitarum vel novarum ex herbariis Reinwardtii, Kuhlii, Hasseltii et Blumii. Fasciculus I & II.

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden], J.W. van Leeuwen, 1827-1828. - (1st ed.). 2 vols. (II)+VI+98;X+99-274+(4) pp. Latin text. Hardcover. Contemp. richly gilt tooled decor. red morocco (not uniform). VG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat]
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        History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France, from the Year 1807 to the Year 1814

      London: John Murray; Thomas and William Boone 1828 - Six volumes (complete), 8vo., full calf lettered in gilt, raised bands, edges gilt; extremities rubbed. First and third edition mixture (1828, 1831, 1834, 1836, 1838, 1840), with 55 engraved maps and battle diagrams. Inscribed, "From Major General Mahan to Major General Shadforth, in recollection of aid and assistance in a military correspondence with the horse guards, from the year 1828 [1838?] to its successful termination on the 23rd November 1841," on the front free endpaper of volume one. A handsome set of Napier's military masterpiece. Shipping extra [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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        The Cabinet-Maker's & Upholsterer's Guide: Being a Complete Drawing Book.

      Jones and Co., London 1828 - Classic influential British furniture, decorative arts, upholstery, and interior design book of the Regency period by George Smith, referred to in the title page as "Upholsterer and Furniture Draughtsman to His Majesty." This comprehensive guide contains a number of plates showing furniture, decorative arts and curtains, some accompanied by lines of geometry and perspective. According to the publication Maine Antique Digest, in a 1996 auction "[a] rebound copy of George Smith's The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer's Guide (London, 1826) with 148 plates, some colored, brought $2587.50." Condition: Generally good. Plate numbers irregular, but apparently as issued. Nonetheless Seller has not collated this book page by page. Many of the plates are in original full color. Later cloth covers very good, having gilt title on spine. The interior contents with fair to moderate overall toning, foxing, staining, handling, short tears, and light wear to some edges. All contents are intact except for the last few pages of the rear index (from letter "J" and on), which are missing. The index pages are also creased, have scattered tears, and some repair with clear tape. Generally a good reading and reference example of this scarce work. Due to condition issues, 2-week money back guarantee from date of receipt of book if not satisfied -- buyer pays shipping costs. To view details, contact us. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: George Glazer Gallery]
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        OCEANIA O QUINTA PARTE DEL MONDO

      MILANO, STUCCHI, 1826 - 1828 - Incisione originale, lieve coloritura all'acquerello dell'epoca ai confini, inscritta entro doppia cornice graduata . Titolo all'angolo superiore sinistro entro ricco paesaggio animato descrittivo del territorio dell' Oceania ,più in basso legenda a descrizione della nuova terra scoperta . Mappa dell' Oceania che mostra anche l' Australia, Nuova Zelanda, Nuova Guinea e Borneo e piccola parte dei territori confinanti, Cina , Giappone ,America Settentrionale e Meridionale. Tavola tratta da Atlante geografico Universale , disegnata ed incisa da Stanislao Stucchi , abile incisore milanese le sue opere spaziano dalla vedutistica alle carte geografiche. Esemplare in buone condizioni conservative 0

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio]
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        40 Lithographirte Tafeln Nebst Erklärung und Erläuterung Deserselben [40 Lithographic plates with additional explanation and clarification]

      Bei Theodor Christ Friedr. Enslin, Berlin 1828 - 31pp, 39 plates. 39 engraved lithographic plates. Text in German. G: in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed with scuffing and wear to leather at corners and spine. Occasional light foxing. Ex library Royal College of Surgeons Ireland stamps to prelim pages Half-leather cover with marbled boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        A summary of the laws relating to the government & maintenance of the poor

      London : W. Benning 1828 - Physical desc.: xxi, 746 p. Notes: Includes indexes. Bibliography: p. [v]-viii. Subject: Poor - Law and legislation - Great Britain. Poor - Services for. Related item: Referenced by: Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature, no. 25655. Genre: Bibliography. Very good copy in the original full, tree calf. Professionally and period-sympathetically re-cased with the original gilt-blocked label laid-back. Ruled cross bands. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 746 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        AN ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE BLOODY DEEDS OF GENERAL JACKSON [caption title]

      [N.p. 1828].. Broadside, 25 1/4 x 15 3/4 inches. Old fold lines. Light edge wear and foxing. Three small, mostly marginal, open tears, with the loss of parts of five lines of text near the bottom left, and just touching two coffin illustrations elsewhere. Good. One of the largest of the infamous "Coffin Broadsides" attacking Andrew Jackson in the presidential campaign of 1828. There was considerable mud-slinging between the Jackson and Adams camps during that campaign, which eventually saw the defeat of the incumbent John Quincy Adams and the election of Andrew Jackson. Across the top of the present broadside are six woodcut coffins bearing the names of six militiamen shot on Jackson's orders during the War of 1812; an account of their wrongful execution follows. Below that there are more accounts of Jackson's evil and murderous deeds, including seven regular soldiers shot on Jackson's orders prior to the six militiamen (complete with six more coffin woodcuts); the tale of another soldier unfairly executed (with another woodcut coffin); and a brief account of some Indian prisoners executed on Jackson's orders (four more coffins). The bottom portion includes a testimonial by Thomas Hart Benton, who himself had fought a duel with Jackson. The verso of the broadside contains a full-page account of the trial of the six militiamen who are the focus of the coffin broadside, reprinting court martial proceedings dated between November 21, 1814 and January 22, 1815. The "Coffin Handbill" exists in several formats, of which this is one of the largest, and one of the only versions to contain the trial text on the verso. Not in Shoemaker, and only two other copies located in OCLC. OCLC 51509187.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Orbis Terrarum Veteribus Noti. A Comparative Atlas of Ancient and Modern Geography, from original Authorities, and upon a New Plan, for the use of Eton School

      self-published, London 1828 - Contains a total of 53 maps, dedication leaf, index leaf, Folio 13 1/2" x 11 1/4". Original boards, spine and corners rebound solidly in black leather with a black and gilt lettering cover label. Interior map pages are tight with aging and very minor chipping but no tears. The first two pages have very minor tears. Hand written presentation plate on ffep, Robert H. Crozier from David E. Crozier, 1940. This wonderful old atlas shows the examples of ancient and modern geography of Europe, Asia and Africa with the final map being of the Western Hemisphere. All things considered a very good tight copy! EXCEPTIONAL, 183 YEARS OLD! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: K & B Books]
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        The Independent Navigator, or Mariner's Best Companion

      Liverpool: by D. Marples, for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., London, and sold by J. W. Norie & Co.,, 1828. By Means of the Rectilinear Table, prefixed to this Volume, a Ship's Reckoning may be correctly kept, Independent of Calculation or Inspection … Octavo (214 × 132 mm). Original publisher's half sheep on reddish boards, paper label to the upper board. Folding table laid on linen as frontispiece, tables to the text. Somewhat browned, hinges cracked but holding, title page slightly smaller and near detached, series of ownership inscriptions and a couple of crude pencil sketches of ships to the endpapers, rubbed, about very good. First and only edition. As suggested by the sub-title, Mulligan - who styles himself "Teacher of Navigation and Mental Astronomy, by a New and Approved System" - suggests that he has found a revolutionary short-cut to complex navigational problems. "The small Treatise here submitted to the attention of the Public contains a new and useful Construction, comprising in one view all the principles of Spherical Trigonometry, and several useful calculations in the science of Navigation, never before published, or laid down in so compendious a manner; peculiarly calculated to assist the mariner, where necessity requires it, and indeed indispensable to all seafaring persons." In order to counter accusations of presumption he has submitted the system to "several seafaring gentlemen, who have had many years' experience" and has "been much gratified with the way in which they have given their respective signatures of approbation and become Subscribers to the volume. " A three-page subscribers list contains 130 names, together with their ships and home ports, showing a good proportion from Canada and the United States. Charles Purnell, dock master of George's dock, Liverpool, took six copies. Scarce, not on COPAC, no copy in BL or NMM, OCLC locates a single copy at Yale.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Chansons de P.J. De Béranger; Anciennes, Nouvelles et Inédites, Avec Des Vignettes de Devéria et de Dessins Coloriés D'henri Monnier Suivies Des Procès Intentés À L'auteur [Verses of P.J. De Béranger; Old, New and Unchanged, with Vignettes by Devéria and Colour Drawings by Henri Monnier Following the Intentions of the Author]

      Baudouin Frères, Paris - 1828. () Very good. 439; 438 + 33 coloured plates, 87 engravings. 2 vols. Quarto. Contemporary 3 / 4 blue calf, marbled boards. Gilded, stamped spines; gilt rules to same. Some wear to corners and edges of boards. Marbled endpapers; discreet armorial bookplates to both volumes. Second bookplate to verso of front fly (vol.1), signed letter (dates 21 Août, 1834) bound in at front of same, further signed inscription to fly. Engraved frontis; adhesive offset to title page of first volume from pencil sketch pasted to verso of same. Some mild water staining to pages of second volume, not intrusive; edges slightly browned on both. Illustrated with B / W vignettes in text, further addtional 87 plates from engravings and 33 hand coloured plates bound in; some foxing to edges of plates, but not intrusive. An exceptionally handsome pair. Grangerised edition of Béranger's third volume of collected sonnets with a signed inscription by the author, letter of provenance and tipped-in pencil caricature of Béranger, signed by the artist. Some 120 extra plates divided between the volumes, many by the French caricaturist Henri Bonaventure Monnier, the creator of the bourgeois character M. Prudhomme. Pierre-Jean (de) Béranger made his name writing satirical poetry, much of which displeaseGrangerised edition of Béranger's third volume of collected sonnets with a signed inscription by the author, letter of provenance and tipped-in pencil caricature of Béranger, signed by the artist. Some 120 extra plates divided between the volumes, many by the French caricaturist Henri Bonaventure Monnier, the creator of the bourgeois character M. Prudhomme. Pierre-Jean (de) Béranger made his name writing satirical poetry, much of which displeased Napolean Bonaparte. This volume alone garnered the author nine months in prison and a fine of 10 000 francs. D Napolean Bonaparte. This volume alone garnered the author nine months in prison and a fine of 10 000 francs. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        Fine stipple portrait engraving by Frederick Christian Lewis (1779-1856) after the painting by Francis Kyte (fl. 1710-1744)

      [London]. 1828. 314 x 276 mm. A proof copy, laid down to original impressed mounting paper; Handel's facsimile signature below the portrait from a letter written on September 9, 1742 to Jennens.& & Small stain to mount. . The Kyte painting is after the famous portrait done by Houbraken.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        LA SAINTE BIBLE en latin et en françois suivie d?un dictionnaire étymologique, géographique, et archéologique par A.-F. Barbié du Bocage. 13 Volumes complets.

      chez Lefèvre 1828-1834, Paris, - planches gravées, demi-basane bleue à coins, dos à nerfs, titre et tomaisons dorés, plats papier marbré, avec encadrement filet doré, tranche supérieure dorée, reliure XXe siècle, petit dommage en bas du dos du tome 13, très bon état dans l?ensemble.

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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        LETTER OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, IN EXPLANATION AND VINDICATION OF GEN. JACKSON'S INVASION AND OCCUPATION OF FLORIDA, AND THE EXECUTION OF ARBUTHNOT AND AMBRISTER [caption title]

      [N.p., but New Jersey n.d., ca. 1828].. 16pp. Self wrappers, reinforced along the spine with later buckram. Faint dampstain to the upper gutter throughout, minor foxing. Good. A rare campaign pamphlet for Andrew Jackson's successful 1828 bid for the presidency, in which he was able not only to win the White House, but also pull John C. Calhoun away from President Adams for his vice president. In the letter, John Quincy Adams, then Secretary of State, answers an 1818 communication from the foreign minister of Spain, defending Jackson for his actions in Florida during the First Seminole War. It is a shrewd political move by the Jackson camp, using words from Old Hickory's nemesis to vindicate him in the Florida controversy. Adams and Jackson, once allies after the Florida war, were bitter rivals after the infamous election of 1824. A rare New Jersey item.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Henry Timrod -- Original Ink Wash Painting by Malcolm Fraser (from Collection of Clifton Waller Barrett with Original Montage, UVA Interest) (Civil War Interest)

      Malcolm Fraser. 1st Edition. Other Other. Very Good. (Art, Civil War) Original ink wash painting of Henry Timrod by Malcolm Fraser from collection of Clifton Waller Barrett with original montage made from bookplates and photos of Clifton Waller Barrett as well as handwritten history and family notated extras. Ink wash painting measures 8.25 x 5.75 inches. The painting was originally framed with the montage acting as the backing. Very Good condition. <br><br> Before the start of the Civil War, Henry Timrodâ&#128;&#153;s literary reputation as a poet was modest. The political activities surrounding the formation of a new nation and the impact of the war itself aroused Timrod&#39;s poetic imagination, and he quickly became widely known as the literary spokesman and eventually as the so-called poet laureate of the Confederacy, an unofficial title he has retained ever since. <br><br> This piece is from the personal collection of noted collector and UVA benefactor Clifton Waller Barrett. Noted on the montage: â&#128;&#156;Like Henry Timrod (1828-1867â&#128;&#148;â&#128;&#156;Poet Laureate of the Confederacyâ&#128;&#157;)â&#128;&#148;Clifton Waller Barrett (died Nov., 1991 in his 90th year) was a poet laureate of the South! . . .â&#128;&#157;

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        Sistema delle Assicurazioni e del cambio marittimo dedotto dalle leggi ed usi di Amburgo

      Trieste Da Giovanni Marenigh, 1828-01-01. Leather Bound. Acceptable. Vols 1, 3, and 4. Missing vol 2. HEavy wear with severed boards, some taping. Text clean. Ex library copy with some of the usual markings.

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        Portraits Of Illustrious Personages Of The Court Of Henry VIII. Engraved in Imitation of the Original Drawings of Hans Holbein, In The Collection Of His Majesty With Biographical and Historical Memoirs by Edmund Lodge

      John Chamberlaine, London 1828 - Unpaginated. Folio, 35 x 25 cm. Printed by William Bulmer. Eighty-four engraved and colored full-page portraits, the two separated, frontispiece plates of Holbein and his wife considered as one. It was probably Thomas Cromwell, and not More "that Holbein was brought to the notice of Henry VIII, and towards the end of 1534 and during the year 1535 a noticeable increase in the number of eminent English sitters is found." [see: Bryan, Vol.III, p.61]. Bright, very clean copy, text and plates. Corners rubbed, raised bands, spine panels richly gilt in elaborate floral motifs, black leather spine label lettered in gilt. Contemporary three quarter maroon morocco and marbled boards, matching endpapers rebacked. Aeg. Near fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        La Flore et la Pomone Françaises, ou histoire et figure en couleur, des fleurs et des fruits de France ou naturalisés sur le sol français.

      - Paris, chez l'auteur, 1828 (-1835). 4 volumes. Royal-8vo (260 x 170mm). With 540 (of 544) fine engraved plates printed in colours with handfinishing. Contemporary black half morocco, gilt ornamented spines. The work was issued in 136 (138?) parts. It was planned to publish 800 plates but in so far as we know the regular publication was terminated with plate 544. Jean Henri Jaume Saint Hilaire (1772-1845) was a French botanist and botanical artist. "It is not until the beginning of the nineteenth century that precise scientific drawing commences to characterize French flower plates but with the transition the French artists such as Jaume St. Hilaire, Bessa, Turpin and Redouté rose almost immediately to world pre-eminence. These names are collector's high points" (Dunthorne p. 4). Blunt considers Jaume Saint-Hilaire a distinguised botanist and praises his 'Plantes de France' with its 1000 pleasant little stipple plates. Jaume Saint-Hilaire studied flower painting under van Spaendonck in Paris.Some occasional foxing, latin names written in pencil at foot of plates.Dunthorne 160; Stafleu & Cowan 3311; Johnston 943 quoting 552 plates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk]
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        Die chronischen Krankheiten, ihre eigenthümliche Natur und homöopathische Heilung. Erster Theil.

      Dresden und Leipzig, In der Arnoldischen Buchhandlung, 1828,. Erste Ausgabe, 8°, marmorierter Pappband der Zeit mit zwei handgeschriebenen Rückenschildchen, VI einschließlich eines Widmungsblattes an Ernst, Baron von Brunnow; 241 Seiten, 1 Blatt Verbesserungen. Hahnemanns erste Darstellung der Psora-Lehre.. Sehr schönes Exemplar dieser bahnbrechenden Abhandlung. Von größter Seltenheit.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Doris und Klaus Reinhold GbR]
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        Six Quartiers de Paris

      Paris: Delpech, 1828. - Extremely Rare MonnierMONNIER, Henri. Six Quartiers de Paris. Paris: [François Séraphin] Delpech, 1828. A rare suite of six hand colored lithographed plates, (without the hand colored lithographed title) otherwise complete as issued. Oblong quarto. Plate size: 11 x 14 1/8 inches (279 x 370 mm). Bound to contemporary style in full dark green morocco. Gilt ruled borders. Gilt panel. Gilt lettering and ornaments to spine. Restoration to lower corner of plate four, otherwise a fin e copy.According to the ABPC Index, since 1923 only three copies have come to auction (1938, 1949, 1979). There are only three copies in institutional holdings worldwide.The plates:1. Le Marais2. Quartier St. Denis3. Quartier de la Bourse4. Chaussée d'Antin5. Faubourg St. Honoré6. Le Faubourg St. GermainFor reasons unknown, Ray identifies this suite as being by Eugene Lami, despite the plates clearly identified as by Monnier; the only copy to come to auction in the last thirty-five years is also identified Lami as the artist. Melcher, however, correctly identifies the suite as Monnier's, as does Marie (Marie, Aristide. Henri Monnier 1799-1877. Paris, 1931) and Champfleury. Curiously, the only copy in institutional holdings, that in the Morgan Library, belonged to Ray but though the note is under Lami's authorship the Responsibility detail in OCLC/RILN clearly states: "par Monnier."Between 1825 and 1827 Monnier passed much of his time in London On his return to Paris he embarked on a series of albums in which he recorded the manners and humors of the city with unprecedented profusion. Between 1826 and 1830 he satisfied the insatiable demand for his designs with almost 500 lithographs, nearly all of which were drawn with a pen and colored by hand. For each design he himself colored a master print and carefully supervised its subsequent preparation" (Ray, p. 199).François Séraphin Delpech was a French lithographer, mainly of portraits and costumes after his contemporaries. His portrait lithographs are in the collection of Britain's National Portrait Gallery and the Louvre. He also lithographed the work of others, as here.Marie pp. 296-302. Melcher, The Life and Times of Henri Monnier, p. 211. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Chansons de P.J. de Béranger, Anciennes, Nouvelles et Inédites

      Badouin Frères, Paris 1828 - Paris, Badouin Frères, 1828. 2 volumes, 8º (208 x 130 mm.), pp. 439, 438, roughly contemporary full orange morocco gilt, spines with flattened bands gilt in compartments, lettered direct, plain blue endpapers, all edges gilt. Bookplates of Stephens Lyne Stephens, MP for Barnstaple 1830, "the richest commoner in England". Ilustrated with numerous wood-engraved head- and tail-pieces, and a total of 33 hand-coloured lithographs (27 in the first and 6 in the second volume) by Henri Monnier. Bindings a litle rubbed but still most attractive, internally scattered pale foxing or browning, never obtrusive. Otherwise in excellent condition. These volumes contain the first four series of the Chansons, the fourth of which, published in the same year, resulted in his imprisonment for nine months in La Force prison. Very scarce. Beranger (1780-1857) was a French songwriter, perhaps the greatest. The socialist and revolutionary content of his songs resulted in several brushes with the authorities. The chansons were composed with fastidious care and are notable for their clarity, wit and incisiveness.

      [Bookseller: Richard Smith]
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        Punch and Judy Accompanied by the Dialogue of the Puppet-Show, An Account of Its Origin, and of Puppet-Plays in England

      London: S. Prowett, 1828. First Edition. Full Calf. Very Good Plus. 8vo. 21 by 13 cm. 111 pp. With 24 plates, each provided in both a hand-colored and an uncolored state. (Generally book found without color plates.) Cohn 150. Plates on a thick Whatman stock. Full red morocco by Birdsall of Northampton. Spine darkened and rubbing to joints. Otherwise clean and bright copy.

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books and Antiques]
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        A NEW AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF YORK

      I.T. Hinton 1828 - 1st 1828. Good condition with no wrapper. Three volumes. Full brown leather bindings. Marbled endpapers and edges. 143 b/w plates. 10.5 x 8.5 inches. All plates are present. The contents of this set are very good but the covers leave a lot to be desired! Front endpapers are missing from volumes I and III. Vols I and III have been amateurishly rebacked in brown leather and the covers are very worn. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA]
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        Kraticky Spis, vzitecneho behu ziwota Doktora Martina Lutera ano ij nekterjch geho cinu a skutku.[Poem on the Life of Martin Luther]; Ritmowne sepsanij. and three other handwritten items relating to the Slovak Lutheran Church.

      Publication history is undetermined; these might be copies of published, or unpublished works, written: 1759-1828, but written out here around 1827-28. - Size of the binding: 5 1/2 in. x 8 1/2 in.; worn and chipped spine is covered in blue-gray paper, with later inked (partial & unreadable) inscription, dark green-blue paste paper-covered boards, with red sprinkled edges. This appears to be a bound blank copy-book, with pages ruled in light pencil by the writer, or writers. Inscription on the front paste-down in ink (approximately): 1829 Pod vrelna dni, vkradowne knisska tato ges zepsana w pressowe od C: Srlop[-]. Name at top of first handwritten titlepage: Albert D. Dianiska. List of titlepages (approximately; given without diacritical marks or the special characters for Czech or Slovak; as best as the older, "gothic"/fraktur-style handwriting can be deciphered, several writers/copyist might have been involved): [1] Kriwdy Jizwy, Bitky, Synalosti, Rany, Wezenj, Wihanenj, Smrte: aneb Spolusebranj Smutnich prjpadnostj, vkazugjych, gak odzacatku Reformaczi posawad & Ewangeliky w Vhych nakladano, & hodnowernuch Spisu witazene y zskanssenosti wzate. W Sesnactem stoletj. [Later, crossed out ownership [?] inscription under the titles, partially reads: [-] 1828 a 25. Jul. Titlepage and 181 handwritten pages and a [5] pp. Register (index of chapters, etc.) [2] Frantisska Leopola 3 Ragzyuku. Kraticke wiprawowo wanj a geho strassliweho wihledawanj saudneho pro nektere rozepre duchownj, a ctenj v sebe bez dopusstenj, wrchnosti, a zadrzanj zapomedenjch Kneh w Rzjme nelitostiwe wikonawaneho Leta Pane 1759. Titlepage with scripture quote (Matt. 11, 29.) on reverse, 17 handwritten pages. [3] Wazne Krestanum wzdelawatedlne hadanj Pana nasseho Jezisse Krysta w dwanactem roku weku sweho & Jeruzalemskymi [-]oltory poznamenano skrze gednoho krestana Leta Pane 1827. od Karla Szlopocszly wypracowane. Titlepage, with quotation on facing page, 33 handwritten pages. [4] Kraticky Spis, vzitecneho behu ziwota Doktora Martina Lutera ano ij nekterjch geho cinu a skutku. Ritmowne sepsanij Leta Pane 1828 od Carla Szlopovszlij zlozene. Titlepage and 66 handwritten pages. Ink color varies from faded brown, to black (possibly re-inked at a later date, on titlepages), on laid paper, some material is double columned, as if for comparision. Language appears to be Czech, but some early Slovak material may also be present. Pages shows some age-related stains, and signs of wear, as does the binding. Scarce, handwritten material (some, possibly, unpublished) used by Lutherans in Slovakia. Scan shows the title to the poem on the life of Martin Luther, with a facing page of text. This volume alone would make a wonderful basis for scholarly research in the field of Slavic languages, or religious history in Eastern Europe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The First Settlers of New-England; Or, Conquest of Pequods, Narragansets and Pokanoketsas Related by a Mother to Her Children

      Boston, Munroe And Francis, [1828?] - Uninked, impressed stamp to the title. Description: vi, [7]-282 p. , 1 l. Front. 16 cm. Subjects: Indians of North America--Wars--1600-1750. New England--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 282 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Portugal Illustrated

      London: 1828 - 4to. Lush modern full tan morocco with raised bands. Excellent condition. 500, [4] pp., 17 uncolored plates, 9 hand-colored costume plates, folding map. Half-title. The plates include a long folding frontispiece view of the University of Coimbra. An excellent copy of a scarce work on Portugal, with fine views and delicately colored costume plates. Abbey Travel 142. Colas 1612. Lipperheide 1218. Hiler, p. 499.

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        Symbolae physicae seu icones et descriptiones piscium, qui ex itinere per Africam borealem et Asiam occidentalem. Decas prima: Pisces.

      . Berlin, Officina Academica, 1828. Folio. Atlas with ten plates; nine nicely hand-coloured lithographs and one uncoloured. In original portfolio with printed boards.* Part of a large work on the natural history of northeastern Africa and the Middle East, published piecemeal, always in issues with ten plates, over a long period. This, however, is all that was published on the fishes. Four plates depict 12 species of sharks, and another one a large ray. The other plates show bone-fishes. These are all Red Sea species. Traditionally the work is attributed to "Ehrenberg and Hemprich", but on the front board the names are switched. One caption mentions "H & E" as authors. Dean lists this under Hemprich and Ehrenberg. Hemprich died, en route, in 1825, and his compatriot and fellow explorer Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795-1876) published the results under both names. Dean I, p. 562; Junk Rara, p. 138; Nissen ZBI, 1247..

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        A Collection of Early Prose Romances

      London - William Pickering 1828 - A scarce complete first edition set of Thoms's wonderfulcollection of 'scattered specimens of popular fiction'. Rarely seen complete. Composed of eleven tales, divided into three volumes published in 1827 and 1828. Volume I contains: The Lyfe of Robert the Deuyll, a Romance from the edition by Wynkyn de Worde, The History of Thomas of Reading; or The Six Worthy Yeomen of the West by Thomas Deloney, The History of Friar Bacon, and The Pleasant History of Friar Rush. Volume II contains: The Lyfe of Virgilius from the edition be Doesborcke, Tthe Noble Birth and Gallant Achievements of that Remarkable Outlaw Robin Hood, The History of George A Green; Pindar of the Town of Wakefield, and The History of Tom A Lincoln, the Red Rose Knight by Richard Johnson parts I and II. Volume III contains: The History of Helyas, Knight of the Swan from the edition printed by Copland, The History of the Life and Death of Dr. John Faustus, and The Second Report of Doctor John Faustus. Complete in three volumes, each with a vignette title. William John Thoms (18031885), antiquary. Thoms began his working life as a clerk in the secretary's office at Chelsea Hospital, a position he held until 1844. His principal interests, early conceived, were in literature and bibliography, especially the latter. In bibliography he received much help from Thomas Amyot, the antiquary, through whom he became acquainted with Francis Douce. Douce encouraged Thoms in his studies, lent him books and manuscripts from his great library in Gower Street, and gave him much assistance in editing his first publication, Early Prose Romances. Thoms's next publications were Lays and Legends of France, Spain, Tartary, and Ireland and Lays and Legends of Germany, in which he was assisted by Douce; both appeared in 1834. In 1832 he had tried his hand at periodical literature as the editor of The Original, a miscellany of humour, literature, and the fine arts. It lasted a little over four months, running to twenty-two numbers. In 1838 Thoms was elected a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, and in the same year was appointed the first secretary of the Camden Society, a post he held until 1873. DNBCondition: In full calf bindings. Externally rubbed, volume I joints cracked, volume III joints starting, and wear to all three spines. Internally, firmly bound. Very bright and generally clean with just a few scattered spots. Overall: VERY GOOD [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        European Dominions of the Ottomans, or Turkey in Europe.

      London 1828 - This is the 2nd edition of the map according to the cartouche.A decorative earl 19th century map of Ukraine and vicinity by the prominent British cartographer James Wyld., Size : 550x735 (mm), 21.625x28.875 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        Leçons de médecine légale. Deuxième édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée.

      Paris, Béchet jeune, 1828. - 3 vol. in-8; T.I : (4), 541 pp., 1 pl.; T.II : (4), 592 pp.; T.III : (4), 551pp., 26 pl. (num. de 1 à 21, avec 5 pl. bis). Demi-basane rouge, dos à nerfs joliment orné (or et à froid), tranches marbrées. Exemplaire de prix, décerné à M. Eug. Torchet, interne des hôpitaux de Paris, 1827 (mention inscrite en lettres dorés en queue du dos). Petit défaut à la reliure du T.I, plats et coupes frottés ; sinon bel exemplaire. Deuxième édition de l¿un des plus importants ouvrages de l¿auteur, écrit de façon claire et logique, orné de 22 planches gravées sur métal, dont 7 coloriées à la main (l¿une des planches est placée à la fin du T.I, les autres sont regroupées à la fin du T.III). Mateo José Buenaventura Orfila (1787-1853), originaire de Minorque (Iles Baléares), étudia la médecine à Valence et à Barcelone, et vint à Paris pour se perfectionner. Il devint professeur de médecine légale, puis de chimie, et doyen de la faculté. Il fut membre de l¿Académie de médecine et correspondant de l¿Académie des sciences. Orfila est considéré comme le fondateur de la toxicologie expérimentale moderne. Il joua un rôle considérable comme expert auprès des tribunaux. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire naturelle des poissons. Bde. I - IX (von insgesamt XXII Bdn.), in 5 Bdn.

      Paris, F. G. Levrault, 1828-33 - Gr.8°, Bd. I: XIV, 422 S., 1 Bl.; Bd.II: XVII, 371 S., Bd. III: 368 S.; Bd.IV: XX, 379 S., 1 Bl.; Bd.V: XX, 374 S., 1 Bl.; Bd. VI: XVIII, 419 S., 1 Bl.; Bd. VII: XXII, 399 S., 1 Bl.; Bd. VIII: XV, 375 S., 1 Bl.; Bd. IX: XXIV, 1 Bl., 379 S, HLdr. der Zeit (neu aufgebunden unter Verwendung der alten Rücken und Deckeln.). Innen einige Bl. mit Rissen (diese Hinterlegt), asnonsten gutes Exemplar., Etwas berieben. Bibliotheksstempel a. Vorsatz. Einge wenige Bleistift anstreichungen. (Nissen ZBI 1017). Leider ohne die legendären Fisch-Abbildungen.Georges Léopold Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert, Baron de Cuvier (1769 -1832), französischer Naturforscher. Georges Cuvier gilt als wissenschaftlicher Begründer der Paläontologie und machte die vergleichende Anatomie zu einer Forschungsdisziplin. Er untersuchte die Anatomie verschiedener Lebewesen und verglich systematisch alle Ähnlichkeiten und Unterschiede. Diese Studien ermöglichten ihm, aus der Existenz einiger Knochen die Gestalt anderer Knochen und die zugehörigen Muskeln abzuleiten. So gelang ihm schließlich die Rekonstruktion eines ganzen Tierkörpers aus nur wenigen Teilen. 12000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La reunion de malhechores en cuadrilla en la provincial de Cavite

      Manila 1828 - [Manila, no printer, 1828]. In 4to (274 mm x 188 mm). pp. 13, [1, blank], printed on rice paper, text in Spanish and Tagalog, with occasional contemporary manuscript notes, initialled by Ricafort; lightly browned, larger paper tears skilfully repaired, other smaller paper tears near old folds with no loss of text, fore-edge of first page chipped with no loss of text; in paper wrappers. Allowing the offense, murder and capture of bandits, without punishment; an intriguing insight to political views in the early 19th century Philippines. A very rare pamphlet issued by Mariano Ricafort, Governor-General of the Philippines, permitting members of the public to capture or kill bandits. Ricafort was Governor of the Philippines between 1825 and 1830 and the protection of the lucrative Spanish tobacco monopoly from banditry was one of his priorities. Printed in Spanish and the native Philippine language Tagalog, the pamphlet contains a list of the names, villages, and regions that the bandits originate from, some marked in ink, presumably indicating their capture or execution. The majority of those named are from the troubled region of Cavite, others are from Batangas, Laguan, Tondo and Bataan. ¿Banditry in Cavite was related to the expansion of the estates owned by the religious orders in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The total amount of land held by these orders grew nearly 16 percent on average, while the area of certain haciendas increased by as much as 38 percent over this period. Much of this expansion was at the expense of peasant cultivators . . . . As early as the 1820s, the intensity of banditry in Cavite can be directly related to changes in share cropping agreements. Tenants who were forced to pay a fixed rent irrespective of yield rather than a percentage of the harvest turned to banditry around Imus between 1822 and 1828. Twenty-four of the band¿s thirty-nine members were born in Cavite and fifteen came from Imus alone. A list of those sentenced to death in absentia by Governor-General Ricafort in 1828 identifies the notorious Caviteño bandit chief Luis de los Santos (alias Parang) and his lieutenant, Juan Bestre alias Upay, as being residents of Imus¿ (Greg Bankoff, Crime, society and the state in the nineteenth-century Philippines, Manila, 1996, pp. 62¿64). Those capturing bandits are promised a pardon for earlier crimes committed (except in cases of heresy and the falsification of money). Bandits are not subject to a trial and, if captured alive, are to be hanged once formally identified. Rewards are of 50 pesos for bandits killed, and 100 pesos if brought to the authorities alive. Not in Palau. Not found in OCLC or CCPBE. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Report of the select committe on anatomy

      London 1828 - Parliament. House of Commons. Report from the select committee on anatomy. Folio. 150pp. [London:] House of Commons, 22 July 1828. 331 x 212 mm. 19th century boards, rebacked and recornered in calf, light edgewear. Very good copy. Old medical library stamp on title and first page.First Edition of this highly interesting and entertaining report on the British body-snatching crisis. Since the mid-eighteenth century, obtaining cadavers for teaching purposes had been regulated in Britain by the Murder Act of 1752, which stipulated that only the corpses of executed criminals could be used for dissection. By the beginning of the nineteenth century, however, improvements in medical science, coupled with a substantial drop in the number of executions, caused the demand for cadavers to far outstrip the legal supply. This situation was ripe for exploitation by "resurrection men," criminals who robbed the graves of the newly deceased and sold their corpses to teachers of anatomy, who of necessity turned a blind eye to the illegality of these transactions. Some grave-robbers even resorted to murder, including the infamous William Burke, who in December 1828 was arrested in Edinburgh for the murders of over a dozen victims whose corpses he and his partner Hare sold to an anatomical demonstrator connected to Edinburgh University.In the first half of 1828, in response to increasing calls for reform, the British Parliament appointed a committee to "enquire into the manner of obtaining subjects for dissection by schools of Anatomy and the State of law affecting persons employed in obtaining and dissecting bodies." During the course of its investigation, the committee heard testimony from a wide range of witnesses, from eminent medical men to procurers of bodies for medical schools (these last identified only by initials). The medical men included Sir Astley Cooper, Benjamin Collins Brodie, John Abernethy, William Lawrence, Herbert Mayo, Granville Sharp Pattison (who himself was indicted for body-snatching at the age of 23), Thomas Southwood Smith, Henry Halford, John Webster and Benjamin Harrison, the treasurer of Guy's Hospital. The witness list can be found on page 13 of the committee's report. The testimony of these men, reproduced in full in the report, is followed by several appendices, including tables of paupers' deaths broken down by parish; the committee was proposing legislation that would allow the state to seize unclaimed corpses from workhouses and sell them to surgical schools. The committee's efforts were successful: In 1832 Parliament passed the Anatomy Act, granting licenses to teachers of anatomy and giving physicians, surgeons and medical students legal access to corpses unclaimed after death. Wise, The Italian Boy: A Tale of Murder and Body Snatching in 1830s London (2004). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A DISCOURSE PRONOUNCED At The REQUEST Of The ESSEX HISTORICAL SOCIETY, on the 18th of September, 1828, in Commermoration of the First Settlement of Salem, in the State of Massachusetts

      Boston:: Hilliard Gray Little and Wilkins,. 1828.. 8vo. 8-3/4" x 5-1/2". 1st edition (American Imprints 35420; Bradford 5255; Sabin 92299). INSCRIBED by the author in the t.p. top margin, "To his Honor / Lieut Govr Winthrop / with the Respects of / The Author" 90 pp.. Disbound. Chemised, and housed in a custom brown quarter-leather slipcase with marbled paper boards.. Slipcase - Fine. Pamphlet - Top trimmed from first 2 words of. inscription. Lacks lower right corner of title leaf, otherwise VG.. Story, the famed Supreme Court Justice known for his Commentaries on the Constitution [1833], was the youngest attorney ever be nominated to the court [at 32], here inscribes this work to Winthrop while Winthrop was serving as Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts [1826 - 1833].

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        Diccionarios de los Fueros del Reino de Navarra, y de las Leyes vigentes promulgadas hasta las Cortes de los años 1817 y 18 inclusive

      - [PRIMERA EDICION].- San Sebastián: Imp. de Ignacio Ramón Baroja, 1828.- XX p., [3 h.], 433 p., [2 h.].- [SIGUE]: Adiciones a los Diccionarios de los Fueros y Leyes del Reino de Navarra, por el Autor de los Diccionarios; con encargo de las Cortes generales del mismo Reino.- San Sebastián: Imp. de Ignacio Ramón Baroja, 1829.- 3 h, 114 p., 2 h.; ambos en 4º menor (20,8 cm.) Diccionarios y Adiciones; encuadernados en un mismo volumen en Plena Piel.- PRIMERA EDICION DE ESTA RARA E IMPORTANTE OBRA, FUNDAMENTAL PARA EL ESTUDIO DEL DERECHO FORAL NAVARRO. EN MAGNIFICO ESTADO. Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE BOTANICAL REGISTER ; OR ORNAMENTAL FLOWER GARDEN AND SHRUBBERY. etc VOLUME XIV

      London 1828 - Octavo, half calf over marbled boards, rubbed. Volume 14 only, complete as a volume with title, text and 94 finely hand coloured botanical plates (9 folding). 2 plates with some spotting otherwise plates extremely clean and with excellent bright hand colouring. Plates number 1124-1216 with a bis plate. (A slight curiosity as this volume usually begins at plate 1131 and has 86 or 87 plates if bound with the bis) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TUNIS-HAMBURG TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP: Official Decree by the Bey of Tunis Appointing George William Crowe His Plenipotentiary in Order to Compile a Treaty of Friendship and Commerce with the City of Hamburg; With: Separate Document Containing the Italian Translation of the Decree Signed by Hassuna Morali, First Interpreter of the Court of Basha Bey of Tunis; Both Documents are Certified as Genuine by the British Consul General, Sir Thomas Reade (on verso of the leaf with the Italian text)].

      Tunis 1828 - Two documents, both Tunis, 1828. On two folded Elephant Folio leaves, each ca. 33x22 cm (when folded). Fold marks, paper aged and slightly soiled, otherwise very good documents. Each folded and consisting of two leaves. The Documents are in good condition. Official decree of the Bey of Tunis: 1 p. Brown ink on French paper watermarked "Louis XVIII, Roi de France". Text in Arabic, with the official ink seal of the Bey of Tunis. Italian translation: 2 pp. Dated "9 Muharram, year 1244" [1828]. Brown ink on laid paper. Text in Italian and English (on verso), with the impressed seal of British Consul General in Tunis. Rare and very interesting document from the time of establishment of diplomatic relations between Tunis and Germany. Original decree with the seal of the Bey of Tunis (Hussein II Bey, ruled in 1824-1835) authorising certain George William Crowe to negotiate with the "Regno de Amburgo" in establishing friendship and commerce. Crowe is supposed to compile a treaty which needs to be presented to the Bey for examination, and "if God will, to be granted". In the English certificate written on verso of the Italian translation of the decree, British Consul General in Tunis Sir Thomas Reade (1785-1849) extends Crowe's rights, which "are not restricted to the specific object therein set forth, but that he instructed to act on behalf of His Highness as Charge of Affaires in all such matters as may be for the service of His Highness & particularly to treat for a loan for his use". The certificate is dated 11 August, 1828. George William Crowe was later mentioned as British consul general in Tripoli (The Royal Calendar and Court and City Register for England, Scotland, Ireland and the Colonies. London, 1852, p. 193). Sir Thomas Reade, British Consul in Tunis, played an important role in the abolition of slavery. Reade was Deputy Adjutant-General on St. Helena during Napoleon¿s captivity, was present at Napoleon's post-mortem and left a valuable account of it preserved in the Lowe Papers.

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        Gesamtansicht mit St. Dyonisius- und Frauenkirche, rechts zahlreiche Landleute, die aufs Stadttor ziehen.

      . Original-Bleistiftzeichnung von Aime Gessner, 1828, 45,5 x 34,5 cm.. Bildmäßig ausgeführte Arbeit, bezeichnet, signiert und datiert.

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        Neuer Atlas der ganzen Welt nach den neuesten Bestimmungen , für Zeitungsleser, Kauf- und Geschäftsleute jeder Art, Gymnasien und Schulen mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die geographischen Werke.,

      Leipzig, J. C. Hinrichssche Buch- und Landkartenhandlung, 1828 - 4°, 20, zum theil ganz neuen illum. Charten, nebst 7 neuen historischen und statistischen Tabellen und Erläuterungen (Karten und Tabellen meist faltbar und Karten farbig), OHalbledereinband - Einband ber. und best., Rücken mit Fehlstellen sonst guter Zustand - 1828. a72310 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1100

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        Memoirs of Vidocq, Principal Agent of the French Police until 1827: and now Proprietor of the Paper Manufactory at St. Mandé. Written by Himself. Translated from the French

      London: Printed for Hunt and Clarke (Vols. I & II); Whittaker, Treacher, and Arnot (Vols. III & IV), 1828-1829. First edition in English. 4 vols., 12mo. Frontispiece portrait. Bound without half titles. xxii, 237, [1]; xi, [i]; 266; xii, 251, [i]; 275, [1] pp. Full brown morocco extra, t.e.g. Fine. Queen's Quorum p. 9 . Vidocq wrote only the first volume in the French original; a ghost writer was brought in for the rest of the work. The translation is variously attributed to George Borrow or H.T.R. (William Maginn), and its influence cannot be underestimated. "Numerous influences on detective story writers to come especially on Poe" (Queen's Quorum). Attractive copy of a landmark work

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        Metaphysische Anfangsgründe der Naturwissenschaft von Immanuel Kant in ihren Gründen widerlegt

      Dresden, Arnold 1828. 21 cm. 15, (1), 166, (2) Seiten mit 1 lithographierten Porträt von Robrahn nach Zeichnung von Retzsch. Roter Maroquinband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, goldgeprägten Fileten und Stehkanten, dreiseitigem Goldschnitt, marmorierten Vorsätzen und Lesebändchen - Ueberweg III, 738 - Goethe gewidmetes Werk. Es Enthält eine Widerlegung von Kants System der Phoronomie und eine Beurteilung der Kantischen Dynamik. Busse (1756 - 1838) war bis 1827 Professor an der Bergakademie Freiberg. Aus der Bibliothek des Königs Johann von Sachsen (1801 - 1873) mit dessen Stempel "J.", bekrönt auf der Titelseite (Lugt 1405) -

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        Werke. Vollständige Ausgabe letzter Hand. 55 Bände und 1 Bd. Inhalts- u. Namen-Verzeichnisse in 56 Bänden.

      Stuttgart u. Tübingen, Cotta, 1828-1835,. Kl.-8vo. Mit 1 Kupfertaf. u. 5 Falttaf. Pp. d. Zeit m. Goldprägung u. 2 RSchildern.. Hagen 23, 23a. C²alpha. - Goedeke IV/3, 11-13. - Band 1-40 der Kleinoktav- oder sogenannten Taschenausgabe erschienen zu Goethes Lebzeiten, Band 41-55 mit dem Nebentitel "Nachgelassene Werke" posthum. Erschlossen durch das (häufig fehlende) Register von Musculus u. Riemer. Es erschienen noch weitere 5 Bde. Nachlaß u. 3 Suppl. - Einbände berieben, teils m. Abplatzungen des Überzugspapiers, wenige RSchilder fehlend, kl. Fehlstellen oben u. unten am Rücken. Register abweichend in Lwd. gebunden, dort Stempel auf Titelrückseite. Nur vereinzelte kl. Fleckchen, vorwiegend sauber u. im Buchblock wohlerhalten. Reizvolle Bändchen.

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