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        Opera Omnia, recensuit Filon, in regio Ludovici Magni Collegio Professor

      Paris: A. Mesnier, Biblioplam, 1828 - "One of the acknowledged miracles of microscopic printing, and in its quality unparalleled to this day, is the type created in the 1820's by Henri Didot the Elder, using the polyamatype method invented by him. It is only 2-1/2 -point while the "Diamond Roman" used by Corrall in the Pickering editions is 4-1/2-point. In spite of its exceedingly small size Didot's type is of great beauty and amazing clarity . " - Bondy. The first book printed with the type was La Rochefoucauld's Maximes in 1827; this title, equally famous, appeared in the following year. The high esteem in which it is held is evidenced by Bondy's remark that "All the copies I have seen had fine bindings of great beauty in contemporary red or green morocco . " - just as this copy, in its elegant gilt-tooled dark green morocco First edition, thus. 2-3/4 x 1-3/4 inches; 6.9 x 4.4 cm. viii, 229pp. Full contemporary dark green morocco, gilt borders and spine, gilt doublures, a.e.g. Fine copy in full morocco pull off slipcase. Bondy, p. 91 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Discourses: Translated From Nicole's Essays.

      Harvey and Darton 1828 - 1928 ed. in later cloth binding. Some foxing. Else clean, tight. 239 pp. With important variations from the original French. 1. On the Existence of a God; 2. On the Weakness of Man; & 3. On the Way of Preserving Peace. Now first printed from the Autograph of the Translator, in the Possession of Thomas Hancock, M.D. Inscribed and signed by Hancock. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Galerie du Luxembourg, des musées, palais et châteaux royaux de France contenant la collection des tableaux de l'école française depuis David, gravée au burinet publiée par Augustin Liébert, marchand d'estampes.

      Chez l'éditeur, rue Saint-Honoré, N°418 / Imprimerie de Renouard - Chez l'éditeur, rue Saint-Honoré, N°418 / Imprimerie de Renouard "Paris, 1828, grand in-folio (35,5 x 53,5cm) demi-cuir de Russie rouge à petits coins, dos rond sans nerf, filets à froid et dorés, roulette dorée à la "cathédrale" en queue. Reliure strictement de l'époque. 11 ff. (1 feuillet de titre / 9 feuillets de table de livraison / 1 feuillet de table générale des 36 planches) - 36 planches gravées sur acier et tirées sur chine appliqué. Brunet III-1074 "L'ouvrage devait avoir 12 livraisons mais il n'a paru que 32 planches en 8 livraisons avec le texte." Le tirage ordinaire était à 20 fr., celui sur Chine à 40 fr. Quelques très rares exemplaires comprennent, comme le notre, 4 planches supplémentaires, preuve qu'une neuvième livraison est finalement parue. Le 12 mars 1828, suite à la disparition prématurée de Francisque Noel, initiateur de cet ouvrage, une vente eut lieu à l'hôtel Bullion des dessins, planches gravées, impressions et matériel utilisés pour cette publication. La notice de cette vente indique qu'alors, seules trois livraisons ont été terminées et qu'une quatrième était en passe de l'être. Ce fond a très certainement été racheté par Augustin Liébert puisque toutes les planches de notre exemplaire portent son timbre à froid. Cet album reproduit des tableaux de David, Laurent, Ducis, Bidault, Pierre Guérin (Sainte Geneviève / Clytemnestre), Cogniet (Métabus), Daguerre, Lancrenon (Le fleuve Scamandre), Bertin (le tombeau d'Atticus / Aristide recevant une couronne), Girodet (Endymion / Atala), Regnault, Mme Husson (Un enfant sous la garde d'un chien), Veuve Chaudet, Comte de Forbin, Menjaud (L'avare puni), Haudebourg-Lescot (Voeu à une madone), Madame Benoist (Négresse), Drouais, Couder (Le lévite d'Ephraïm), Michallon (vue de Frascati), Steuben, Mlle Mayer (le rêve du bonheur), Richard (la duchesse de Montmorency), Garnier (Ajax), Prud'hon, Robert-Lefevre, Knip, Watelet. Les estampes dont nous avons cité les titres entre parenthèses sont données pour inédites. Quelques légers frottement au dos, petits manques de cuir sur les coins. Exemplaire sans rousseur, d'une très grande pureté dans le tirage ici sur papier de Chine appliqué. L'exemplaire de la bibliothèque du Sénat ne compte que 32 planches."

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        Autograph letter signed to R. Harlan.

      1828-62 1828 - Mott, Valentine (1785-1865). Autograph letter signed to Richard Harlan (1796-1843). New York, "15th of 1st mo" [i.e., January 15], 1820. 3pp. plus address. 230 x 189 mm. Tears along folds and lacuna where seal was broken expertly repaired, not affecting text.Excellent letter to American physician and naturalist Richard Harlan from Valentine Mott, the most celebrated American surgeon of the first half of the nineteenth century. The letter discusses medical education at "our infant University"; i.e., Columbia College in New York, where Mott was professor of surgery. The letter provides intriguing information both about the administration of Columbia College’s medical school and the college’s reputation vis-à-vis its older, more established Philadelphia counterparts:". . . Thou must know that our classes are not completely formed till about the New Year, and now I am enabled to furnish thee with the correct number of Pupils. . . . In our university those only matriculate who are pay pupils, these only we report as Students—all young practitioners and Graduates, of whom there are many, attending the Lectures are not reported by us, and therefore are not included in this estimate. The number of Students is about 160 . . .". . . [T]here is good ground for believing that our University will in time become useful to the country, reputable to the State, and profitable to the Professors—But it requires time for this, as for the reputation and success of a private practitioner; these rewards are fortunately the fruits of talents and well directed industry. It cannot be expected by reasonable men that our school will rival your University [i.e., the University of Pennsylvania, the first medical school established in the United States], whose fame has long since been established and will in all probability long continue to maintain the ascendancy. But the names of those who have given to Philadelphia its great name as a School of Physic will not always give it its present claim . . . As far as my exertions can go, they shall contribute, and they shall be the most assiduous too, in creating at some future period a respectable and useful school of medical science and Surgery in our City."Mott was a pioneer in vascular surgery: In 1818 he became the first to tie the innominate artery (see Garrison-Morton 2942), and in 1827 he performed the first successful ligation of the common iliac artery (see Garrison-Morton 2950). He was one of the first American surgeons to successfully amputate at the hip joint (see Garrison-Morton 4451.1) and to excise the jaw for necrosis (see Garrison-Morton 4447). "During his career [Mott] performed nearly a thousand amputations, operated 150 times for stone in the bladder, and ligated forty large arteries. According to his former teacher, Sir Astley Cooper, he performed more major operations than any surgeon in history, up to his time" (Dictionary of American Biography). He was the author of over twenty medical papers, and prepared the annotated and greatly expanded English translation of Velpeau’s Nouveaux elements de médecine opératoire, published under the title New Elements of Operative Surgery (1845-47). Mott also spent many years teaching surgery at various medical institutions, primarily Columbia College and the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. He remained active in his profession until just before his death, and received more honors during his career than any other medical man in America at that time.Mott’s correspondent, Richard Harlan, was a pioneer in the study of comparative anatomy and vertebrate paleontology in the United States in the early 19th century. In 1820 the young Harlan, just two years out of medical school, was employed as a teacher of anatomy at Joseph Parrish’s private medical school in Philadelphia, which is no doubt why he was interested in medical education. Harlan would go on to have a distinguished career: A member of several American scientific societies, including t [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Mapa de los Estados Unidos de Méjico

      New York: White, Gallaher & White, 1828. WHITE, GALLAHER & WHITE'S IMPORTANT MAP OF MEXICO SERVING AS A BASIS FOR THE DISTURNELL MAP OF 1846 Engraving with original hand-color Paper size: 29" by 41", Frame size: 40" by 55" This first edition of the White, Gallaher & White version of Mapa de los Estados Unidos de Méjico served as a precursor for John Disturnell's Treaty Map of 1846. Issued in 1828, the year in which the United States made a Treaty of Limits with Mexico, Gallaher & White's map is one of three exceptionally significant maps with regard to the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. Along with Henry Tanner's Map of 1826 and John Disturnell's Map of 1846-1857, the White, Gallaher & White map documents the cartographical sequence that resulted in the boundary dispute following the Treaty. A growing demand in Latin America for a map with all the legends and place names in Spanish prompted the publication of The White, Gallaher & White map of 1828. While the Tanner map was published in English, White, Gallaher & White translated Tanner's English title, legends, and place names into Spanish and slightly enlarged Tanner's map and its scale. Disturnell bought the plates from White, Gallaher & White and used them for printing his successful maps of 1846-1858. The Disturnell map claimed a great place in history when it was used in negotiating the end of the US-Mexican War, extending the western boundary of the United States to the Pacific Ocean. The White, Gallaher & White map was engraved by Balch & Stiles of New York. Their name, along with the copyright notice was imperfectly removed, appearing faintly on all Disturnell maps printed from these plates, from 1846 through 1858. A rare and incredibly significant piece, White, Gallaher & White's version of Mapa de los Estados Unidos de Méjico remains imbedded in the history of the relationship between the United States and Mexico.. Book.

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        Der Naturfreund oder naturgeschichtliche Unterhaltungen. Neu aufgelegt und fortgesetzt von C. F. Stuckart. Erster Band, mit illuminirten Abbildungen.

      (Breslau) 1828 - Mit einer Widmung von 1881 auf dem vorderen Vorsatz. Vorderes Vorsatzblatt entnommen. Sehr schlichter Einband stärker berieben und bestoßen, besonders die Ecken. Innen ABER bis auf einige wenige Flecken gut! - Interessanter Band mit sehr schönen Kupferstichen von Pflanzen, Vögeln, Fischen und Kleinsäugern. Neuauflage von: "Der Naturfreund oder Beiträge zur Schlesischen Naturgeschichte".(Nissen, ZBl 1290). Marmorierter Pappband mit Leinenrücken neueren Datums. Mit 52 handkolorierten Kupferstichen auf Tafeln. 104 S., 2 Bl. Register.

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        Carte de la Nord-Ouest de L'Amerique Voyage de Vancouver No 3 58°, 52' de latitude et 207°, 20' de longitude

      Paris 1828 - Carte de la Nord-Ouest de L'Amerique Voyage de Vancouver No 3 58°, 52' de latitude et 207°, 20' de longitude Depicts Alaskan coastline (Gulf of Alaska) Captain George Vancouver (1757-1798) Coastal Surveys of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Hawaii from Atlas du Voyage de Vancouver Paris: 1823-1828 Copperplate engravings 42 ½" x 32 ½" framed Captain George Vancouver was British Naval officer best known for his explorations of the Pacific Northwest of America. George Vancouver was born in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England on June 22, 1757. He began his naval career aboard the HMS Resolution, captained by James Cook. Upon completion of two voyages with Captain Cook, Vancouver was then commissioned as a Lieutenant aboard the HMS Martin surveying coast lines. It is this work that would set him apart. Following the Nootka Crisis (which resulted in skirmishes between the Spanish and the English as both tried to assert their authority over the territory), Captain Vancouver was given the Discovery and the Chatham and charged with the task of surveying the Pacific Northwest coastline. The mission was time consuming as the Discovery and the Chatham were too large to fit into the many channels and inlets of the coastline; instead small ship boats were sent in every direction to examine the coast up close. Vancouver’s maps were so great in detail that they were used as the key reference for coastal navigation for generations to come. The English sea captain encountered aid from both Native Americans and other explorers in the area. Vancouver returned to the Sandwich Islands before completing his America surveys. Once finished in the Pacific Northwest, Vancouver and his men sailed south along the Americas before rounding the tip of Cape Horn and returning home. In addition to his contributions to navigational records of the Pacific Northwest, he also contributed many surveys of Australia, the Galapagos Islands, the Sandwich Islands and Mexico and Chile. His ships also introduced new plants such as the orange and cattle to the Sandwich Islands. Captain Vancouver was welcomed home to a flurry of political charges and was challenged to a duel by Thomas Pitt. To weak to respond, Vancouver lived the remainder of his days in obscurity. He was buried in a modest grave in Petersham, Surrey in 1798.

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        Narrative of the Sufferings of Massy Harbison, from Indian Barbarity, giving an account of her captivity, the murder of her two children, her escape, with an infant at her breast; Together with some account of the cruelties of the Indians, on the Allegheny River, &c. during the years 1790, '91, '92, '93, '94

      D. and M. Maclean, Pittsburgh 1828 - Contemporary muslin-backed paper boards Provenance: Daniel Fagan (inscription dated 1842 on the pastedowns) A classic Indian captivity set on the Ohio-Pennsylvania frontier. Harbison and her infant child were kidnapped from their home on the Allegheny River by Indians in 1792. Her two young sons were scalped and she was held captive for two days before making a daring escape with her child, eventually reaching Fort Pitt. Following her account is a description of St. Clair's defeat in 1791 based on otherwise unpublished dispatches. This copy is the second edition of the captivity, which was first published in Pittsburgh in 1825. Ayer 336; Howes H179; Field 650 (1825 edition); Graff 1775; Sabin 30291; Eberstadt 168:389; Thomson 502. (5 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches). 98pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cote Nord-Ouest de L'Amerique Voyage de Vancouver No 8 Reconnue par le Cape Vancouver, Ve Partie 59°, 59' de latitude et 219°, 0' de longitude

      Paris 1828 - Cote Nord-Ouest de L'Amerique Voyage de Vancouver No 8 Reconnue par le Cape Vancouver, Ve Partie 59°, 59' de latitude et 219°, 0' de longitude Depicts Christian Sound and Cape Decision to Prince Frederick Sound, George III Island, Cress Sound, Cape Fairweather, Berings Bay and Mt. St. Elas, Alaska Captain George Vancouver (1757-1798) Coastal Surveys of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Hawaii from Atlas du Voyage de Vancouver Paris: 1823-1828 Copperplate engraving Sheet size: 36” x 26” Captain George Vancouver was British Naval officer best known for his explorations of the Pacific Northwest of America. George Vancouver was born in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England on June 22, 1757. He began his naval career aboard the HMS Resolution, captained by James Cook. Upon completion of two voyages with Captain Cook, Vancouver was then commissioned as a Lieutenant aboard the HMS Martin surveying coast lines. It is this work that would set him apart. Following the Nootka Crisis (which resulted in skirmishes between the Spanish and the English as both tried to assert their authority over the territory), Captain Vancouver was given the Discovery and the Chatham and charged with the task of surveying the Pacific Northwest coastline. The mission was time consuming as the Discovery and the Chatham were too large to fit into the many channels and inlets of the coastline; instead small ship boats were sent in every direction to examine the coast up close. Vancouver’s maps were so great in detail that they were used as the key reference for coastal navigation for generations to come. The English sea captain encountered aid from both Native Americans and other explorers in the area. Vancouver returned to the Sandwich Islands before completing his America surveys. Once finished in the Pacific Northwest, Vancouver and his men sailed south along the Americas before rounding the tip of Cape Horn and returning home. In addition to his contributions to navigational records of the Pacific Northwest, he also contributed many surveys of Australia, the Galapagos Islands, the Sandwich Islands and Mexico and Chile. His ships also introduced new plants such as the orange and cattle to the Sandwich Islands. Captain Vancouver was welcomed home to a flurry of political charges and was challenged to a duel by Thomas Pitt. To weak to respond, Vancouver lived the remainder of his days in obscurity. He was buried in a modest grave in Petersham, Surrey in 1798.

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        Statistik von Amerika oder

      Versuch einer historisch-pragmatischen und raisonirenden Darstellung des politischen und bürgerlichen Zustandes der neuen Staaten-Körper von Amerika. Frankfurt a/M: Wilmans 1828. With large folded map, partly coloured. VIII + 480 pp. Publisher's halfcloth with paperlabel on spine. Browning

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        Anecdotes of Painting in England; With Some Account of the Principal Artists; and Incidental Note on Other Arts; Collected by the Late Mr. George Vertue;.

      London. The Shakespeare Press, by W. Nichol, for John Major, Fleet-Street. 1828. - Illustrated throughout with full page Copper Plate Engravings. 5 volumes, complete as issued. 4to. 6.5" x 10.0". Lavishly bound in full scarlet tri-gilt ruled straight grain morocco. Gilt-ruled spine compartments with ornate gilt-tooled fleural motifs. Gilt-ruled raised bands. Gilt titles. Exceptionally ornate gilt-tooled Inner Dentelles. Marbled endsheets. t.e.g. The most authoritative work on early English painting, here presented in a most breathtaking binding. Very Fine flawless set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        KENT - Virtue's Picturesque Beauties of Great Britain: in a Series of Views By the Most Approved Artists Taken expressly for this Work, Messrs. G. SHEPHERD, H. GASTINEAU, &c. &c. Comprising the Principal Cities & Towns, Public Edifices & Dock Yards, Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, Hospitals, Churches, Castellated & Monastic Ruins, Accompanied by Historical and Biographical Notices.

      Geo. Virtue. London 4to 1828 - pp. ii, 130. Engraved title, frontispiece, large folding map and 62 engraved plates with two views per plate. Full black morocco, all edges gilt, a bit scuffed and rubbed, but very good overall. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Elia. Essays Which Have Appeared Under That Signature in the London Magazine. First Series [with] Elia. Essays Which Have Appeared Under That Signature in the London Magazine. Second Series

      Carey, Lea, and Carey, Philadelphia 1828 - First American Editions and the true first complete edition of the second series of essays (the second series wasn't published in England until 1833 as *The Last Essays of Elia*). Two volumes. 12mos. Linen and original printed glazed papercovered boards with applied paper spine labels. Each volume bears on the front pastedown the bookplate of James Fenimore Cooper, Jr., grandson of the American author. Laid in are an old bookseller's description, and a letter dated in 1916, to Mrs. James Fenimore Cooper, Jr., sending the books along, and discussing some of the bibliographical niceties. Front joint professionally and neatly repaired, and the spine label partly perished on *First Series,* small stains to the boards, chip to the unprinted front fly in *Second Series*, still a nice set, in the uncommon original boards, in better condition than one might reasonably expect of these famous, autobiographical essays, and with an interesting association. In 1820 Lamb invented the pseudonym for his first essay, about the work place of his brother, by taking the name of a clerk no longer employed there. The pseudonym stuck, however, and it allowed Lamb to develop a persona with which he examined a variety of subjects with celebrated humor and style. Probably Lamb's best work, though he is also remembered for his children's versions of Shakespeare and Homer which he wrote with his sister Mary (who became his charge after she had a bout of insanity in 1796 and killed their mother). See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Narrative of a Journey through the Upper Provinces of India from Calcutta to Bombay 1824-1825. (With Notes upon Ceylon,) An Account of a Journey to Madras and the Southern Provinces, 1826, and Letters written in India.

      John Murray, LONDON 1828 - Three volumes 8vo. numerous engravings. lxvii, [1] 450, [vi] [2] 564, [vi] [1] 525, (1) [1] pp. viii list of Subscribers. CONTEMPORARY FULL BLUE CALF, blind and gilt ruled boards, raised bands, gilt decorated compartments, gilt turn-ins.double red leather labels for title and volume. marbled endpapers. Excellent Collectable Set in Fine Contemporary Binding. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mémoires d’un forçat ou Vidocq dévoilé

      1828 - Livre ancien T. I : (1 bl), Faux-titre, Titre, XVIII pp., 351 pp., (1 bl). T. II : (1 bl), 8 pp., 357 pp. (de I à XII, puis de 12 à 357), (1 bl). T. III : (1 bl), XI pp., 343 pp., (1 bl). T. IV: (1 bl), Faux-titre, Titre, XVIII pp., 343 pp. Edition originale très rare des premiers récits de la vie de François Vidocq, publiée de façon chaotique chez quatre éditeurs successifs à la suite de procès et attaques divers. Cette édition est la première en date d’une série de réécritures de cette biographie. C’est à partir de cette date, 1828, que naît véritablement le mythe littéraire immortalisé par Balzac et Victor Hugo sous les visages de Vautrin et Jean Valjean. Forçat à la chaîne de Brest puis au bagne de Toulon dont il s’évadera, Vidocq proposera ses services d’indicateur à la préfecture de police pour devenir le chef de la brigade de sûreté à la fin de sa carrière. Introuvable en quatre volumes, l’édition se présente ici dans une condition exceptionnelle : en demi-veau glacé romantique uniforme exempt de rousseurs. Condition : 4 vol. in-8, en demi-veau glacé brun, dos plat orné de fleurons en à froid et filets droits (reliure romantique), tranches jaspées. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("N. Paganini").

      Wien, 1. VII. 1828.. 1½ SS. mit eh. Adresse verso (Faltbrief). Gr.-4to.. Schöner, unbekannter und ausführlicher Brief an seinen Triestiner "amico carissimo" Agostino Samengo (1771-1837?), einen aus Genua stammenden Reeder und Handelsmann, der auch als Musiker dilettierte und Paganini in Triest Unterkunft zu geben pflegte. Der Brief rühmt die Qualität des Graf-Cembalos, das Paganini in Samengos Auftrag von Wien nach Triest schicken ließ, und behandelt Transportmodalitäten und Kosten. Paganini verweist zweimal auf eine Rechnung, die dem Brief offenbar nicht beiliegt. Sehr interessant ist Paganinis Beurteilung der letzten vier Quartette Beethovens, die ihm barock erscheinen: "Mi compiaccio di dirvi che il cembalo di cui mi avete incaricato e che dovveste aver ricevuto essendo stato di qui spedito da qualche tempo al vostro indirizzo riuscito a paver mio e di tutti i Professori miei amici della perfezione che voi bramavate ed e tale che coll' uso si perfezionera ancor piu se e possibile siccome asseriscono i detti Professori e il fabbricatore. - Mi duole di aver male inteso la parola trasporto ed averla equivocata con quella che qui vuol dire soltanto imballaggio. Cosi che voi dovete pagare circa 16 fiorini di piu del convenuto di 500 fiorini che io ho pagato (siccome rilevarete dalla qui unita ricevuta), giacche il fabbricatore non suole assumersi il trasporto che aggiunto costa circa 16 fiorini, ma ne esegui [sce] solo l'imballaggio con tutta la cura che esige il suo istrumento. L'unita ricevuta parla di 512 fiorini, ma non ne pagai che 500 giacche in questa somma stava l'obbligo mio per voi assunto, e per essa aggiunto il cembalo bene imballato fu venduto dal Graf. Nella coda sul piano armonico troverete la mia firma in lapis, e troverete a seconda del vostro desiderio anche il leggio. Quattro dei miei dizatti [?] gli consegnero ad un negoziante vostro amico, di cui non ne recordo il nome, che partira fra giorni per Trieste. - Ieri sera ho dato la tredicesima [...], ed ora conto di riposare trovandomi piu che mai ammalaticcio. - Gli ultimi quartetti di Beethoven de quali ne ho intesi due mi sembrano molto barocchi. Con quiete avro il piacere di trattenermi un poco di piu con voi. - Avete piu eseguito il mio capriccio in Mi? Che fa il bravo Hyel? Salutatelo in mio nome e ricordatemi sensibile a tutti i comuni nostri amici. Le mie dovute congratulazioni all' amabile vostro Ipolito. Favoritemi vostre notizie che mi saranno oltremodo care. Addio amatemi e credetemi [...]". - Spuren mehrfacher Faltung. Kl. Randausriss von Siegelöffnung (minimale Textberührung); verso hs. Empfängernotiz "risposto li 11 Luglio" und etwas späterer Sammlungsstempel "L. Samengo Trieste". - Deutsche Übersetzung auf Anfrage. - Nicht in: R. Grisley (Hg.), N. Paganini Epistolario (Milano 2006).

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        Experiences nautiques et observations diététiques et morales proposées pour l’utilité et la santé des marins dans les voyages de long cours.’ The manuscript for an article that appeared in La Décade philosophique, littéraire et politique, 30 Vendémiaire an IX [22 October, 1800], pp. 141-5.

      - 5pp. written on two bifolia in a neat clear hand, paper watermarked “PIGNON [?] VIVAT”, signed by the author at the close “De Saint Pierre” and with the note “pour la lecture publique du 15 vendemiaire an 9”, inscribed on the first leaf by Bernardin’s friend and pupil Aimé Martin “Memoires nautiques pour Bernardin dont j’ai cité une passage dans ma preface et qui est inutile” and then transversely “précieux pour la vie de Bernardin de St Pierre”, in very good condition, contained in a 19th c. paper chemise with an engraved 1828 portrait of Saint-Pierre. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Illustrations of the Passes of the Alps, by which Italy Communicates with France, Switzerland, and Germany. 2 volume set

      William Brockedon, London 1828 - 96 tissue guarded engraved plates and 13 maps including one fold out. Volume I contains details of the following Passes: The Little St. Bernard; The Mont Genevre, The Mont Cenis, The Mont St. Gothard, The Great St. Bernard and The Stelvio. Volume II contains details of the following Passes: The Cornice, The Grimsel and the Gries, The Bernardin and The Splugen, The Brenner, The Tendre and The Argentiere and The Simplon. Each section contains a description of the routes, 8 engraved plates including title and end vignettes and map. The Simplon section in volume II also includes a General Map of the Great Chain of the Alps. The majority of engravings are by Edward Finden from drawings by the author. G : in Good condition with marbled eps. Covers rubbed scuffed and bumped. Titles from spine missing. Foxing and light browning throughout but not generally impacting on the engravings and maps which are overall clean and bright. Volume II ep has part of marbling paste down missing of approximately 3 inches by 2 inches. Both volumes tightly bound. The majority of engravings have a small embossed stamp 'Passes of the Alps' with initials 'WB' located either at the foot or side of the plate. Volume II has error slip with explanation accompanying the map of The Cornice [Attributes: First Edition]

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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

      John Chamberlaine, London 1828 - Published in London by John Chamberlaine in 1828, this is the seond edition. The engravings by Bartolozzi were crafted with exquisite skill, and replicate Holbein's originals as near to perfection as one could hope. Folio. An incomplete copy; 47 plates remain of the original 69. ( Each portrait is accompanied by a 1 or 2 page biographical sketch. For a number of the 22 missing plates, the biographical component is absent, as well. While some of those missing are lamentable ( Sir Thomas More, Prince Edward, Philip Melacanthon ) the considerable majority of the most crucial plates are present. There appears little rhyme or reason as to what was is missing. Among those are one of the initial anonymous portraits, The Marchioness of Dorset, John Colet, John Poins, the Lady Ratcliffe, Lady Monteague, Sir Thomas Wyat, Sir George Carew, J. Lord Russell, Lord and Lady Vaux.) Present therefore are Holbein's self portrait, Anne Boleyn, Prince Edward Of Wales, Lord Clinton, Queen Anne of Cleve, Edward VI, Sir Philip and Lady Hobby, Queen Catherine, Thomas, Earl of Surrey, Lord and Lady Rich, Queen Jane Seymour, the Duke and Duchess of Suffolk, etc. A number of the engravings are on a pink tinged paper. A very good copy with some professional restoration; front board reattached, hinges reinforced, repair to the head of the spine ) The binding is one half red morocco - with corners leather as well, and boards marbled to match the endpapers. The front free endpaper has been reattached. While the rear board is quite bright and fresh, the front board is quite worn with an irregular section where the marbling has been rubbed away to display the board underneath. There is some minor edge staining and foxing/spotting to the edges of the plates - not effecting the engravings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Christian Traveller In Five Parts Including Nine Years And Eighteen Thousand Miles

      J & J Harper, New York 1828 - Rear joint split, old stain to title page, scattered foxing "Observations on people, manners and conditions in frontier Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky by an intelligent itenerant preacher. "--Howes. A rare and desireable book relating to the western frontier of the early nineteenth century--this book is rarely offered for sale. "Reed was a Presbyterian minister in Indiana, but his labors occasionally took him into eastern Illinois. "--Buck Original leather spine (rear joint starting) and paper covered boards. Contained in new green cloth tray case with leather spine label. Ref: Howes R126 (b) , Buck, not in Sabin; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ohio Governor's Response to South Carolina Nullification Threat

      Columbus, Ohio 1828 - Printed Letter Signed, for Trimble by S.C. Andrews, private secretary to the Governor of Pennsylvania, Columbus, Ohio, February 12, 1828. "I herewith transmit a copy of the Preamble and Resolutions of the General Assembly of Ohio, in reply to the Resolutions from the Legislature of South Carolina, respecting the Constitutional powers of the General Government." With interior printing of the "Report of the Select Committee.on the Resolutions from the Legislature of the State of South Carolina. The Select Committee, to whom were referred the Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of South Carolina, respecting the Constitutional powers of the General Government of the United States, have had the same under consideration, and recommend the adoption of the following Preamble and Resolutions: Whereas, there have been communicated, by the Governor, copes of certain Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of South Carolina, transmitted by the Executive of that State, to be laid before the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That to the general propositions contained in the first Resolution, abstracted from definite questions of Constitutional right or power, this General Assembly perceive no grounds of exception. Resolved, That this General Assembly do not concur in the opinion of the Legislature of South Carolina, as expressed in the second, third and fourth Resolutions; and to the doctrines therein contained, this General Assembly express their most solemn dissent. Resolved, That the Governor of this State be requested to transmit copies of the foregoing Preamble and Resolutions, to the Governor of South Carolina, and to the Governors of the several States, with a request that the same be laid before the Legislature of their respective States; and, also, to our Senators and Representatives in Congress, to be by them laid before Congress, for their consideration." Historical BackgroundIn response to the Tariff of 1828, John C. Calhoun maintained that a state "interposition" could block enforcement of a federal law. The South Carolina legislature agreed by passing the Ordinance of Nullification in 1832, threatening to secede if the federal government forced collection of the 1828 tariff duties. President Andrew Jackson asserted the supremacy of the federal government. The U.S. Congress passed a compromise tariff bill reducing the duties but also passed the Force Bill, which authorized federal enforcement of the law. The South Carolina legislature rescinded its ordinance, but the conflict highlighted the danger of nullification.Allen Trimble (1783-1870) was a Federalist politician from Ohio. He served as the 8th and 10th Governor of Ohio.

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        Narrative of a Second Expedition to the Shores of The Polar Sea in the Years 1825, 1826 and 1827 Including an Account of the Progress of a Detachment to the Eastward by John Richardson

      John Murray, London 1828 - 4to(11"tall)Half calf and marbled paper over boards. First Edition, 1828. Moderate to heavy edgewear to covers, boards exposed at corners and fore-edges, minor 2" split at bottom rear gutter, minor foxing throughout. One of the 6 folding maps has been detached from the binding and is laid in, otherwise Good to Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Researches in South Africa;

      London: James Duncan,, 1828. illustrating the Civil, Moral, and Religious Condition of the Native Tribes; including Journals of the Author's Travels in the Interior … 2 volumes, octavo (210 × 131 mm). Contemporary half calf, marbled boards, green morocco lettering- and numbering-pieces, flat bands with zigzag tooling in gilt, compartments tooled with repeated wavy broken lines in blind, triple fillet in blind to the spine and corner edges, edges sprinkled brown. Engraved frontispiece of Bethelsdorp to volume I together with a folding engraved map of South Africa, lithographed plan as frontispiece to volume II. Just a little rubbed, light browning and occasional foxing, one leaf in volume I a little torn, no loss of text and with an old paper repair to the margins, but overall a very good set. First edition of this important and highly controversial work. "Few books on South African matters have been the subject of such fierce denunciation and bitter criticisms as these volumes" (Mendelssohn). Philip travelled out to South Africa in the service of the London Missionary Society in 1819 and "soon became a most drastic censor of the methods pursued towards the natives by the colonists, and the policy of the colonial Government with regard to native affairs". Publication was greeted with public indignation, the subject being brought before Parliament, and the Landrost, or magistrate of Somerset, William Mackay bringing an action against Philip for libel. The court found against Philip and ordered the payment of £200 of damages together with costs of £900. However, during his sojourn in England Philip "made contact with Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, and convinced him that the struggle for the rights of free Khoi-Khoi people in southern Africa was inseparable from the main emancipation agitation. With this entrée into the world of high politics he was able to persuade the colonial secretary, Sir George Murray, to remove all civil disabilities on 'free persons of colour' at the Cape, and indeed throughout the British empire … On his return to Africa in 1829 Philip was fêted as a hero by the Khoi-Khoi, but vilified by the settlers and officials", the hefty fine resulting from the libel case was "covered by evangelicals in Britain to whom he had become a hero" (ODNB). Armorial bookplates of Somerset Richard Maxwell, 8th Baron Farnham, nephew of the Henry, the 5th Baron and Bishop of Meath, who was active in all manner of Protestant evangelical and missionary organisations in Ireland and abroad, correspondent with many prominent abolitionists including Wilberforce.

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        Origines Genealogicae; Or, the Sources Whence English Genealogies May be Traced from the Conquest to the Present Time:: Accompanied by Specimens of Antient Records, Rolls, and Manuscripts, with Proofs of Their Genealogical Utility. Published Expressly for the Assistance of Claimants to Hereditary Titles, Honours, or Estates

      London : Printed For Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, And Green, ., 1828 - Signed, inscribed and dated by the author. "The sources whence English genealogies may be traced from the conquest to the present time: accompanied by specimens aof antient records, rolls, and manuscripts, with proofs of their genealogical utility" Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a matching morocco gilt-blocked label. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 2 Kg. 342 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Il Costume antico e moderno o storia Europa 5 I +II + Francia terzia Dinastia firenze

      Firenze: Batelli, 1828. gebunden. par I+II in 2 Bde 100 handkolorierte Tafeln ecken bestossen innen stockfleckig nicht beschaedigt

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        [Op. 129] Rondò a Capriccio per il Pianoforte solo... Opera postuma

      Vienna: Ant. Diabelli e Co., [PN] D. et C. No. 2819. [January 1828]. Oblong folio. Marbled wrappers. [i] (title), 2-11, [i] blank pp. Title lithographed, music engraved. Price: "45 x C M." Printed note to foot of page 2: "Diese[!] unter L. v. Beethovens Nachlasse vollendet vorgefundene Capriccio ist im Manuscripte folgender Massen betitelt: Die Wuth über den verlornen Groschen, ausgetobt in einer Caprice." Spine of outer bifolium reinforced with marbled paper; spine of wrappers reinforced with matching dark green tape. Title browned; lower margin imperfectly trimmed; final leaf creased at upper right outer corner with very slight loss to lower right blank corner; one signature loose. . First Edition. Kinsky pp. 390-91. Hoboken 2, 514 (with watermarks not found on present copy). Hirsch IV, 401. Beethoven-Haus (C 129/1 and copies in the H.C. Bodmer and van der Spek collections).The correct title of the work is "Alla Ingharese quasi un Capriccio." Its popular title, "Rage over a Lost Penny," is spurious; the title in the manuscript is not in Beethoven's hand. Composed between 1795 and 1798, the capriccio was published only after Beethoven's death.

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        Mexico In 1827

      London: Henry Colburn, 1828. 2 Volumes. 8vo. pp. xix, [1], 591, [1]; viii, 730. with half-titles. 2 folding engraved maps, 10 aquatints (1 hand-coloured, 4 double-page, 1 double-page & folding), 3 lithographed plates (1 folding), & 5 wood-engravings in the text. contemporary calf, gilt arms on covers, rebacked preserving spine labels (corners worn, some foxing to plates & adjacent leaves, calf at head of one spine wrinkled)

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        La gerarchia ecclesiastica e la famiglia pontificia Con rami rappresentanti le diverse persone, che le compongono, ognuna rivestita dell'abito sagro o civile che gli conviene, e l'indicazione del posto che esse occupano nelle Cappelle Papali.

      Cortesi, Macerata 1828 - Falaschi Vittore La gerarchia ecclesiastica e la famiglia pontificia Con rami rappresentanti le diverse persone, che le compongono, ognuna rivestita dell'abito sagro o civile che gli conviene, e l'indicazione del posto che esse occupano nelle Cappelle Papali. Macerata. Cortesi. 1828. - In 8°, Legatura in piena pergamena con titolo e dorature al dorso. Pagine (2),160, (2). Completa del ritratto del CARDINAL GIAN FRANCESCO FALZACAPPA e delle 74 incisioni in rame, tutto finemente acquarellato.Testo su due colonne, una in italiano e una in francese. Prima edizione MOLTO RARA stato OTTIMO [Attributes: First Edition]

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        MEMOIRS OF SAMUEL PEPYS, ESQ. F.R.S. SECRETARY TO THE ADMIRALTY IN THE REIGNS OF CHARLES II. AND JAMES II. COMPRISING HIS DIARY.[WITH]: THE LIFE, JOURNALS, AND CORRESPONDENCE OF SAMUEL PEPYS, ESQ. F.R.S.INCLUDING A NARRATIVE OF HIS VOYAGE TO TANGIER.

      Henry Colburn & Richard Bentley., London. 1828 - .SEVEN VOLUME SET COMPLETE, 5 VOL. OF THE "MEMOIRS" + 2 VOL. OF "THE LIFE, JOURNALS, AND CORRESPONDENCE". "MEMOIRS" set is second edition, edited by Richard Lord Braybrooke, "From 1659 to 1669, Deciphered by the Rev. John Smith, A.B. from the Original Short-Hand Ms. in the Pepysian Library, and a Selection from His Private Correspondence.". "THE LIFE, JOURNALS, AND CORRESPONDENCE" set is first edition, published in 1841, also "Deciphered from the Short-Hand Mss. in the Bodleian Library, by the Rev. John Smith, A.M.". All volumes rebound utilizing the original polished calf leather which is laid down over the new boards, give a good character to the bindings. Raised spine bands, red and green leather compartment labels on spine have gilt lettering, AEG, gilt dentelle, marbled endpapers, gilt outlining on covers. Only "Memoirs" are illustrated with 11 plates, 4 of which are folding, and portrait frontispieces in each volume. SCARCE SETS. There is very little foxing and the pages are very clean. Leather has aged is cracked, edges well worn. Hinges mostly in acceptable condition. Overall, these volumes received professional conservation which has given good character to these books. Additional shipping and handling will apply for multiple volumes. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGY; OR THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE BIRDS OF THE UNITED STATES. ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES ENGRAVED AND COLOURED FROM ORIGINAL DRAWINGS TAKEN FROM NATURE.

      New York & Philadelphia: Collins & Co. and Harrison Hall, 1828-29. - Three octavo text volumes, plus large folio atlas volume. Text includes 4pp. subscribers' list at rear of third volume. Atlas with seventy-six handcolored engraved plates, some heightened with gum arabic, by A. Lawson (52), J.G. Warnicke (21), G. Murray (2), and B. Tanner (1), all after Wilson. Text in early 20th-century brown three-quarter morocco and marbled boards, spines gilt with leather label. Rubbed at extremities. Light toning throughout; light scattered foxing. Atlas in recent dark blue half calf and marbled boards. Minor toning and a few spots of foxing, else very good. Overall, a very good set. The second full edition of Wilson's work, with plates in their most desirable form. This is the most important work on American ornithology before Audubon. "Science would lose little if every scrap of pre-Wilsonian writing about United States birds could be annihilated" - Coues. The first edition of Wilson's life-work was published in nine volumes between 1808 and 1814. The present edition was prepared by Wilson's friend and colleague, George Ord, who improved the work textually by re-arranging the work in a systematic order by species and by contributing an important "Sketch of the Author's Life" (pp.vii- cxcix in the first text volume) as well as numerous additional textual notes. He also notes in his preface to the first text volume that he arranged for the plates to be "carefully examined and retouched" by Alexander Lawson (the original engraver of most of the plates). Reading between the lines of Ord's preface, it is clear that he believed the plates in the present edition to be better than the first, and this is the current general view: it is noted in FINE BIRD BOOKS that "the plates [are] coloured better," and Wood writes: "The hand-colored drawings in the atlas are from the original copper plates, colored anew by pigments which seem to have been better quality than those used by Wilson. In the copy under notice, the colors are very fresh: those of the original are faded and in some cases quite disintegrated." In addition to the coloring, better quality paper was used in this edition, thus avoiding the foxing which almost inevitably mars the first. Thus, this edition is more desirable than the first. WOOD, p.630. SABIN 103598. BM (NATURAL HISTORY), p.2332. NISSEN (IVB) 992. FINE BIRD BOOKS 114.

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        Elia. Essays Which Have Appeared Under That Signature in the London Magazine. First Series [with] Elia. Essays Which Have Appeared Under That Signature in the London Magazine. Second Series

      Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, and Carey. 1828. First. First American Editions and the true first complete edition of the second series of essays (the second series wasn't published in England until 1833 as The Last Essays of Elia). Two volumes. 12mos. Linen and original printed glazed papercovered boards with applied paper spine labels. Each volume bears on the front pastedown the bookplate of James Fenimore Cooper, Jr., grandson of the American author. Laid in are an old bookseller's description, and a letter dated in 1916, to Mrs. James Fenimore Cooper, Jr., sending the books along, and discussing some of the bibliographical niceties. Front joint professionally and neatly repaired, and the spine label partly perished on First Series, small stains to the boards, chip to the unprinted front fly in Second Series, still a nice set, in the uncommon original boards, in better condition than one might reasonably expect of these famous, autobiographical essays, and with an interesting association. In 1820 Lamb invented the pseudonym for his first essay, about the work place of his brother, by taking the name of a clerk no longer employed there. The pseudonym stuck, however, and it allowed Lamb to develop a persona with which he examined a variety of subjects with celebrated humor and style. Probably Lamb's best work, though he is also remembered for his children's versions of Shakespeare and Homer which he wrote with his sister Mary (who became his charge after she had a bout of insanity in 1796 and killed their mother). .

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        A Bibliographical Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in the Northern Counties of England and in Scotland, 2 Bände/Volumes,

      , London 1828 - Erstausgabe, Original-Ausgabe, kollationiert und vollständig! Text Englisch. 2 Hartkarton-Bände mit montierten Titelschildchen, KOMPLETT, Buchecken etwas bestoßen, nicht ganz sauber, jedoch solide, Buchdeckel bei beiden Büchern beginnen sich langsam an den Gelenken zu lösen, 2. Buch Rücken auf einer Seite komplett gelöst, jedoch Buchblock stabil, Papier nicht ebarbiert. Band/Volume 1: Ansicht von Grey Street (New Castle upon Tyne) als Frontispiz, XV, 436 Seiten + Supplement (XXX Seiten). Mit zahlreichen Kupfern (Ansichten, Portraits, Denkmälerdetails, Faksimiles), mit Seidenpapier geschützt. Band/Volume 2: Portrait von Hugh Stewart als Frontispiz, Seiten 439-1090. Mit zahlreichen Kupfern (Ansichten, Portraits, Denkmälerdetails, Faksimiles), mit Seidenpapier geschützt. Insgesamt kaum stockfleckig und trotz erwähnter Mängel zwei bibliophile und gut erhaltene Bände. Thomas Frognall Dibdin (geb. 1776 in Kalkutta; gest. 1844 in Kensington). Er veröffentlichte "Bibliographical, antiquarian and picturesque tour in France and Germany" (Lond. 1821, 3 Bde.; 3. Aufl. 1838), das Ergebnis neun Monate langer Untersuchungen in den Bibliotheken des Kontinents, und "Bibliographical etc. tour in the northern counties of England and Scotland" (das. 1838, 2 Bde.), beides typographische Prachtwerke, das letztere jedoch an Gehalt und Interesse dem ersteren weit nachstehend. Noch vorher waren sein amüsantes Werk "Bibliophobia, remarks on the present languid and depressed state of literature and the book-trade, by Mercurius Rusticus" (Lond. 1832) und seine "Reminiscences of a literary life" (1836, 2 Bde.) erschienen. --- A set of 2 volumes, first and original edition, complete. Simple cardboard bindings. Hinges are fragile and the books will need bookbinder`s attention (spine of volume 2 partly detached from book cover). From the library of Holbrook Jackson. Profusely illustrated, some isolated foxing, plates/engravings with protective tissue paper (topographic, portraits, caricatures, facsimiles, building details), over 30 full size plates. An entertaining travel account by the famous bibliomaniac author Thomas Frognall Dibdin. "First edition of Dibdin's account of his tour of libraries in England and Scotland, a companion to his "Tour in France and Germany" of 1821, "which have long ago experiences the favourable patronage of the public. In labour, anxiety, and cost, these volumes have greatly exceeded all that have gone before them ." (preface). Written for a wide readership with interests in bibliophily, Dibdin included anecdotes and personal observations; he also cared for his works to be well-produced and adorned with illustrations." --- 16,5 x 26,5 Cm. 3 Kg. Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 1. Ausgabe Hartkarton Gebrauchsspuren

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        Cours Complet d'Économie Politique Pratique: Ouvrage Destiné à Mettre Sous les Yeux des Hommes d'État, des Propriétaires Fonciers et des Capitalistes, des Savans, des Agriculteurs, des Manufacturiers, des Négocians

      Rapilly, Paris 1828 - Title page continued: "et en Général de Tous les Citoyens, l'Économie des Sociétés." 5 volumes: 1 leaf with an engraved figure; 20 cm. Contemporary half calf with unusual yellow, red, and brown marbled paper over boards. Gilt-tooled spine title: Say--Cours d'Économie Politique. Gilt-tooled spine decoration. All page edges speckled. On verso of each half title is an advertisement for other works by Jean-Baptiste Say available from Ponthieu et Cie., Paris, and Ponthieu, Michelsen et Cie., Leipzig. Volumes 4 and 5 are dated 1829. Each volume has an index. This set contains the first five volumes, published in 1828 and 1829. In Very Good+ Condition: slight loss of leather at tail of vol. 1 and head of vol. 3; front board of vol. 1 scraped, with slight loss of leather at upper edge; lower edge of vol. 2 front board rubbed with slight separation of leather at lower edge of front joint; corners slightly bumped; upper corner of vols 1-3 rubbed through; occasional foxing; otherwise pages are clean and tight. A solid and very attractive set.

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        Annales de Chimie et de Physique. 1828 - Volume 3 : Tome Trente-Neuvième [ Tome 39 - Tome XL ] : Examen chimique du Curare, Poison des Indiens de l'Orénoque (Roulin et Boussingault) ; De la Teinture des Laines au moyen du bleu de Prusse (M. P. Raymond Fils) ; Mémoire sur la Détermination de la surface courbe des ondes lumineuses dans un milieu dont l'élasticité est différente suivant les trois directions principales, c'est-à-dire celles où la force produite par l'élasticité a lieu dans la direction même du déplacement des molécules de ce milieu (Ampère) ; Essai des Potasses du Commerce (Gay-Lussac) ; Remarques sur l'Article de M. Poisson inséré dans la Cahier d'août (Navier) ; Lettre de M. Poisson à M. Arago en réponse à l'article de M. Nav

      Crochard 1828 - 1 vol. in-8 cartonnage marbré de l'époque, Chez Crochard, Paris, 1828, 448-8-8 pp. avec 2 planches dont 1 planche dépliante. Contient notamment : Examen chimique du Curare, Poison des Indiens de l'Orénoque (Roulin et Boussingault) ; De la Teinture des Laines au moyen du bleu de Prusse (M. P. Raymond Fils) ; Mémoire sur la Détermination de la surface courbe des ondes lumineuses dans un milieu dont l'élasticité est différente suivant les trois directions principales, c'est-à-dire celles où la force produite par l'élasticité a lieu dans la direction même du déplacement des molécules de ce milieu (Ampère) ; Remarques sur l'Article de M. Poisson inséré dans la Cahier d'août (Navier) ; Lettre de M. Poisson à M. Arago en réponse à l'article de M. Navier ; Sur une méthode électro-mgnétique pour essayer l'argent et d'autres métaux, inventée par M. H. C. Oersted ; Rapport fait à l'Académie des Sciences le 13 octobre 1828 par M. G. Cuvier sur le Mémoire de MM. Marcel de Serres, Dubreuil, et Jean-Jean, sur les cavernes de Lunel-Vieil et sur les ossemens d'hyènes qu'elles renferment ; Expériences sur le Magnétisme par rotation (M. de Haldat) ; Extrait d'un Mémoire intitulé : Recherches sur la cause de l'électricité voltaïque (A. de La Rive) ; Mémoire sur l'équilibre des fluides (Poisson) ; etc. Rare exemplaire du tome 39 des "Annales de Chimie et de Physique" recueillant notamment l'important Mémoire dans lequel Ampère propose un traitement mathématique de la théorie ondulatoire de la lumière établie par Fresnel, ainsi que la première publication du papier d'Oersted relatif à l'essayage de l'argent. Bon état (cartonnage lég. frotté). Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opere di Alessandro Manzoni, con aggiunte osservazioni critiche (prima edizione) TRE VOLUMI, Firenze , Batelli Fratelli, 1828

      - cm. 13 x 19,3, elegante rilegatura coeva mz. pelle marrone con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi che hanno 4 nervi, condizioni molto buone, Edizione presentata con il Manzoni vivente. VOLUME PRIMO (stampato nel 1828) Discorso preliminare di N. Tommaseo.pp. XIX. Prefazione di pp. XX-LI. Dedicato al "Conte di Carmagnola", con giudizi e commenti sull'opera di Goethe ed osservazioni di Camillo Ugoni ( con lettera di risposta di Manzoni in italiano ed in francese). VOLUME SECONDO (stampato nel 1829), pagine 312 + indici. Dedicato alla tragedia dell'Adelchi con un discorso sopra alcuni punti della storia longobardica in Italia. Osservazioni di Goethe sull'Adelchi ed osservazioni di G. Montani ed ancora pensieri di Camillo Ugoni sulle tragedie del Manzoni. VOLUME TERZO (stampato nel 1829) pagine382. Interamente dedicato a Poesie varie del Manzoni. Questi tre volumi sono completi, ma successivamente dovrebbero essere usciti altri tre volumi simili dedicati a "I Promessi sposi". Edizioni rare e ricercate

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        Diario do Porto. @Nos. 1-8 (18-26 May 1828), apparently a complete run.

      Porto, (Impr. na Rua de Santo Antonio nº 80), 1828. - Issued daily, each issue usually consisting of 2 leaves. This set has two different issues numbered 7, each of 1 leaf. 52 issues in 1 volume. Folio (33 x 21.5 cm.), contemporary quarter cloth with patterned paper sides (joints weak, cloth wormed, some wear to sides). Uncut, internally in fine condition. 52 issues in 1 volume. ---- FIRST EDITION, apparently a COMPLETE RUN of this rare liberal paper summarizing government decrees and reports on the battles between the liberals and the absolutists. After the appearance of nº 8 (26 May 1828), the @Diario do Porto was continued as the @Gazeta Official, with the old numbering of the issues for the first two issues of the @Gazeta. Subsequent issues were numbered consecutively starting with nº 3.---- Rafael and Santos, @Jornais e revistas portugueses do século XIX, I, 1667 and 2535. Universidade de Coimbra, @Publicações periódicas portuguesas 807 and 1110. Silva Pereira, @Jornalismo portugues p. 24. Not in Innocêncio. Not in Canto, @Ensaio bibliographico ? 1828-34 (1892). Not located in @Grande enciclopédia. Not located in @Union List of Serials. Not located in NUC. OCLC: 236049483 (Harvard University); 793692792 (Hathitrust, digitized from the Harvard copy, at 3 locations). Porbase locates 2 copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, 3 at the Biblioteca Municipal do Porto, and 1 at the Universidade de Coimbra. Not located in Copac.---- BOUND WITH: @Gazeta Official. Porto, 1828. Nos. 9-10 [i.e., 1-2] and 3-30 (27 May-2 July 1828), with the additional issues for 10 [i.e., 2], 5 (2 extra issues), 10, 13, 18, 19, 21, 23, 25, 28, 29 (2 extra issues), and an unnumbered broadside following nº 5. A complete run. Fine and uncut.@* OCLC: 236104580 (Harvard University). Porbase (calling for issues 1-30) locates 1 copy at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portgual, 3 at the Biblioteca Municipal do Porto, and 1 at the Universidade de Coimbra. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books]
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        Pandectae Justinianeae, in Novum Ordinem Digestae, Cum-Legibus Codicis, et Novellis, Quae Jus Pandectarum Confirmant, Explicant Aut Abrogant. 4 Volúmenes ( completo).

      Apud Fr. Ign. Fournier, Bibliopolam,, Parisiis 1828 - Tomo nº. 1, Comprende el Tomus Primus, con CCXL + 552 pag. El Tomo nº. 2, comprende el Tomus Segundus, conXLVIII +780 pag., el Tomo nº. 3, comprende, el Tomus Tertius, conXXXII + 814 pag., y el Tomo nº. 4 y ultimo, comprende el Tomus quartus con XXXVIII, + 759 pag., y el Tomus Quintus, con LXVII, + 375 pag. Cantos tintados. Muy rara de encontrar entera y en estas condiciones. Size: 27 X 21 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Reus, Paris, Londres]
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        The Life of a Fireman, The Ruins, "Take Up, Man Your Rope"

      - A wonderfully detailed hand colored lithograph from the publishing firm of Currier & Ives. Overall this print measures 30"x22". It is in good condition with tears and repairs throughout margins and a few tears and repairs in print space. Currier and Ives created the most popular and highly regarded lithographs of quintessentially American scenes ever produced. The quality, vast scope and engagingly populist style of their works have made their names synonymous with an idealistic vision of 19th-century American promise and optimism. The Old Grist Mill among their most popular imagery were scenes of winter in the country, which resonated strongly, especially with an urban American public that was highly nostalgic for the simpler rural life. Nathaniel Currier began his lithographic career as an apprentice in 1828. By the mid-1830's he had established his own firm on Spruce Street in New York City. In 1857 James Ives became a partner in the flourishing business, which went on to produce over 7,000 lithographs by 1907. Currier & Ives was undoubtedly the most prolific firm of lithographers in America, its output greater than that of all the other firms combined. The remarkable scope of this production was matched by the company's ability to anticipate popular themes and subject matter. Among their many works are lithographs depicting sporting, railroad and rural scenes, marine, and western views, as well as foreign and domestic city views, historical tableaux, and a wide range of sentimental, morally instructive and advertising images. Currier & Ives' broad productivity was accompanied by consistently high standards of printing and hand-coloring, and their ability to draw on original works by many of the finest American genre painters of the times, including -besides Durrie - Fanny Palmer, Louis Maurer, and Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        Geographische-statistisch und historische Charte von Arkansas

      im Verlage des geographischen Instituts, Weimar 1828 - The highly important first printed map to focus on Arkansas This map depicts the Arkansas Territory, formed in 1819, as one of the jurisdictions carved out of the massive Louisiana Purchase. It includes all of the lands making up the modern state of Arkansas, as well as the Indian Lands that now form the main portion of Oklahoma. The Indian Lands were not divided from Arkansas Territory until 1828, the same year that this map was printed. The present map is remarkable in that it is the first ever printed map to focus on Arkansas itself. The portrayal of the territory is far more advanced and of a larger scale than that depicted on the map that appeared in Carey & Lea's American Atlas (Philadelphia, 1822) that relegated the depiction of Arkansas to a small lower portion of the map. The present map is also an important document of the early development of Arkansas, showing the fledgling settlements that hug the Arkansas and Mississippi Rivers, such as Helena and Little Rock, the future state capitol. The territory features nine named and one unnamed county while the vast Indian Lands to the west are inhabited by the indigenous Choctaw nation and the Cherokee peoples who were exiled there from their native lands in the southern Appalachians. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour, in excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Prairie Fires of the Great West

      - A wonderfully detailed hand colored lithograph from the publishing firm of Currier & Ives. This print measures approximately 11"x15". Overall this print is in very good condition with excellent color. Currier and Ives created the most popular and highly regarded lithographs of quintessentially American scenes ever produced. The quality, vast scope and engagingly populist style of their works have made their names synonymous with an idealistic vision of 19th-century American promise and optimism. The Old Grist Mill among their most popular imagery were scenes of winter in the country, which resonated strongly, especially with an urban American public that was highly nostalgic for the simpler rural life. Nathaniel Currier began his lithographic career as an apprentice in 1828. By the mid-1830's he had established his own firm on Spruce Street in New York City. In 1857 James Ives became a partner in the flourishing business, which went on to produce over 7,000 lithographs by 1907. Currier & Ives was undoubtedly the most prolific firm of lithographers in America, its output greater than that of all the other firms combined. The remarkable scope of this production was matched by the company's ability to anticipate popular themes and subject matter. Among their many works are lithographs depicting sporting, railroad and rural scenes, marine, and western views, as well as foreign and domestic city views, historical tableaux, and a wide range of sentimental, morally instructive and advertising images. Currier & Ives' broad productivity was accompanied by consistently high standards of printing and hand-coloring, and their ability to draw on original works by many of the finest American genre painters of the times, including -besides Durrie - Fanny Palmer, Louis Maurer, and Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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