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        Narrative Of A Tour Through Hawaii or Owhyhee; with observations on the natural history of the Sandwich Islands, and remarks on the manners, customs, traditions, history, and language of their inhabitants

      London: H Fisher, Son, and P Jackson, 1828, 1828. Fourth Edition. Octavo. Bound in calf, with extensive gilt and blind panelling to boards, and decorative gilt to spine with red label and gilt titles. Includes frontispiece portrait of Ellis, two maps and eight plates, and bookplate. Maps in fine condition, bright and with no signs of wear. Plates show minor foxing, otherwise text is clean and sharp. Spine slightly faded and hinges rubbed, back board has sustained some damage, including some gouging. Includes armourial bookplate, "Edward Fry". Scarce and desirable travelogue of 'Owhyhee'.

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        Les fontaines de Paris anciennes et nouvelles, les plans indiquant leurs positions dans les differens quartiers, et les conduites pour la distribution de leurs eaux.... Fontaines publiques de la ville de Paris, élevées par la munificence des rois de France, depuis Philippe-Auguste jusqu'a nos jours

      Paris: Bance Aine. Good. 1828. Nouvelle. Quarter calf. Lacks spine casing; boards detached.; 66 engraved plates (some double) with 152 pp of text interleaved. An additional four engraved plates & two maps in the Preface. Elaborately engraved Frontispiece by Normand. In all 73 engraved plates and maps. Occasional foxing. ; Folio 10x16 in (265x410mm); [xvii],152 pages; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .

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        POPULAR MODERN GEOGRAPHY BEING A DESCRIPTION OF THE VARIOUS KINGDOMS OF THE WORLD ETC

      Knight & Lacey, London 1828 - FIRST EDITION xii., 883pp., 31 folding maps engraved by Neale and Stockley and an engraved view of the relative heights of mountains, full marbled brown calf,corners slightly bumped, some occasional foxing but all in all A VERY GOOD COPY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Thèse sur les hémorrhoides et quelques observations (thèse de doctorat)

      Paris, Imprimerie Didot 1828 - In-8° broché, cartonnage moderne souple gris perle, pièce de titre contrecollée sur le premier plat, titre au dos, 50 [1] pages. Deux mouillures sur les coins supérieurs droits des trois derniers feuillets, brunissure sur les premières pages. Rarissime thèse de doctorat de médecine du fondateur de la chirurgie plastique française. Chirugien personnel deLouis-Philippe et Napoléon III. Pionnier de l'anesthésie générale en France, Antoine-Joseph Jobert (dit de Lamballe) a étudié la médecine à Paris. Il est interne des Hôpitaux de Paris en 1821, élève de Richerand et de Jules Cloquet, à qui est dédiée cette thèse. Il est prosecteur et devient chirurgien des Hôpitaux en 1829, chirurgien à l'Hôpital Saint-Louis en 1830, puis professeur agrégé d’anatomie en 1831. Jobert de Lamballe est connu pour son utilisation magistrale de l'autoplastie, la réparation des parties malades par les tissus sains avoisinants, et surtout pour l'opération qu'il appelait élitroplastie de la fistule vésico-vaginale. Il a donné une impulsion à la thérapeutique des affections de l'utérus et de ses annexes. Il fut le premier à pratiquer la cystoplastie par glissement pour guérir la fistule vésico-vaginale. Il décrit des procédés de guérison des diverses fistules et le rétablissement des fonctions des organes urinaires qui ont subi des opérations autoplastiques. Il meurt dans la clinique du docteur Blanche à Passy, où il était en traitement pour désordre mental. Son nom est attaché à trois spécialités médicales : 1) la fosse de Jobert : Fosse située dans la région poplitée délimitée au-dessus du muscle grand adducteur et en dessous du muscle gracile et du sartorius ; 2) l’Opération de Jobert : fermeture autoplastique de la fistule vésico-vaginale ; 3) la suture de Jobert : suture entrecoupée de diverses sortes pour un intestin divisé, l'extrémité supérieure étant invaginé dans la partie inférieure. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Joe Lisle's Play Upon Words

      London: Thomas McLean, 1828. It is most unusual that we should have two copies of such a scarce title in stock at the same time. Georgian humour at its worst but never-the-less a rare opportunity for any serious collector of English caricature.This copy is bright and clean throughout and the sheets have no defects. 40 hand coloured plates with variations to the running order above. The front pastedown bears the small circular label of H&M Massey By Appointment to HRH The Prince of Wales 41 Park Street Grosvenor Square W. . Three-Quarter Sheep. Very Good. 175x270mm.

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        Le Cuisinier Parisien, ou L'Art de la Cuisine Francaise au 19ieme siecle, traite elementaire et pratique des entrees froides, des socles et de l'entremets du sucre, suivi d'observations utiles aux progres de ces deux parties de la cuisine moderne

      Chez L'Auteur, Paris, 1828. second Edition, revised, corrected & improved. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Careme. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 422 pp. Contemporary 3/4 black cloth binding over paper covered marbled boards with bright gilt title to spine and new marbled end papers. Binding in as new condition Book dedicated to Languipiere to which the author pays homage prior to prologue. 25 fold-out plates some of which are brittle at edges with some loss. Sporadic foxing to contents, a little heavier to title page. A few short margin tears and original marbled edges darkened with age. Overall a very well preserved example. Illustrator: Careme. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; France; 19th century; History. Inventory No: 19228..

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        Le Cuisinier Parisien, ou L'Art de la Cuisine Francaise au 19ieme siecle, traite elementaire et pratique des entrees froides, des socles et de l'entremets du sucre, suivi d'observations utiles aux progres de ces deux parties de la cuisine moderne.

      Chez L'Auteur, Paris 1828 - Size: Octavo (standard book size). 422 pp. Contemporary 3/4 black cloth binding over paper covered marbled boards with bright gilt title to spine and new marbled end papers. Binding in as new condition Book dedicated to Languipiere to which the author pays homage prior to prologue. 25 fold-out plates some of which are brittle at edges with some loss. Sporadic foxing to contents, a little heavier to title page. A few short margin tears and original marbled edges darkened with age. Overall a very well preserved example. Illustrator: Careme. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; France; 19th century; History. Inventory No: 19228. second Edition, revised, corrected & improved [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed to Hankey Esq., Banker

      Lake Macquarie: 29 May, 1828. Single sheet of laid paper, 29.5 x 36.5 cm, watermarked "Gilling & Allford 1821", folded to letter size; an excellent letter written in neat holograph manuscript and signed "L.E. Threlkeld", stamped "Ship-Letter Plymouth", traces of red wax seal. Six months allowance for the Aboriginal Mission. Attractive hand-written letter by the important missionary and linguist Lancelot Edward Threlkeld, regarding the outfitting of his Aboriginal Mission at Lake Macquarie. Threlkeld, one of the best regarded of the early missionaries, had spent his early life in the London theatre, before becoming an itinerant preacher. He joined the London Missionary Society and in 1816 sailed with his family to the South Seas, working with John Williams at Raiatea. He arrived in Sydney in 1824, where his proposal to establish an Aboriginal mission was supported by Governor Brisbane. The mission was established the following year at "Reid's Mistake" on Lake Macquarie with a 10,000-acre parcel of land. The excessive expenditure of the mission incurred the wrath of the Reverend Samuel Marsden who successfully sought Threlkeld's dismissal and the abandonment of the mission in 1828, the same year that this letter was written. In the letter, sent to Banker for the London Mission Society Hankey, Threlkeld details his having drawn a very large bill on the important Sydney trader Charles Appleton. Appleton was a Hobart businessman who opened his Sydney store in 1825: one of his early partners was David Jones, although their partnership was dissolved by mutual consent in 1838. Here, Threlkeld writes: 'I beg to advise you of having drawn a set of bills of this date in favour of Mr Charles Appleton or his Order for 125£ Sterling for Value received being one six months advance for the Aboriginal Mission from the 21st of August 1828 to Oct. 21st 1828 which bills you will please to honor and place to the accounts of the Mission on the new arrangement.' This was a large sum, and the letter was written at the height of Threlkeld's conflict with the Reverend Samuel Marsden over expenditure. Although he couldn't have known, Threlkeld had already been dismissed by his superiors in London, who abandoned the mission and revoked his position in April 1828, one month before this was written. A docket-note to the letter comments that it was 'Read to Western Com[mittee] 6 April 1829'. Threlkeld nonetheless, was able to secure a grant of land from Governor Darling, returning to Lake Macquarie in 1829, where he continued his ground-breaking studies of the aboriginal languages of the region. This is a particularly intriguing document from the turning point of Threlkeld's career.

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        A New and Complete History of the County of York. 3 volume set.

      I T Hinton., London. 1828 - Volume 1, published 1828, x + 491pp + plates as called for. Volume 2, published 1831, ii + 598pp + plates as called for. Volume 3, published 1831, ii + 550pp + plates as called for. Large Paper Edition. Scattered foxing. Very good hardbacks in black, contemporary half calf with gilt decoration and lettering to spines and marbled boards and eps. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gedichte. Berlin, Duncker und Humblot 1837. 8to. XII,482 S., 1 Bl. Druckfehlerverzeichnis. Brauner Orig.-Leinenbd. mit dezenter Rückenvergoldung u. Rückentitel.

      . . Seltene erste Ausgabe der ersten Gedichtsammlung, die überraschend großen Anklang fand. Viele Gedichte wurden rasch in Liedern verbreitet und gehören noch heute zum deutschen Volksliederschatz. Eichendorff zählt zu den bedeutendsten deutschen Dichtern der Romantik. Sehr breitrandiges und sauberes Exemplar in einem Einband der Zeit. - Wilpert/Gühring 2/10. - Goed. VIII,190,29. - Borst 1828. - Brieger 420.

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        De godvreezende zeeman, of nieuwe christelijke zeevaart, schriftmatig behandeld in XXV bijbelteksten, met gebeden, dankzeggingen, en gezangen. Ter algemeene stichting voor zeevarende lieden en minvermogende huisgezinnen der christenen. 2e druk (= 12e druk).

      Amsterdam, J. ten Brink, Gerritsz, 1828.Sm.8vo. Contemporary vellum (sl. soiled). With fine engraved title after Jan Luyken. XVI,569,(3) pp.* Eighteen editions were published between 1709-1902 (see de Groot, De 'Groote Christelycke Zee-vaert' en 'De God-vreezende Zeeman', hun meer dan driehonderjarige rol als toeverlaat voor de zeevarenden). Only very few copies exist of each of the editions, all of them are rare, which means that this book was very popular and much used. Van Leeuwarden (1648-1730) was not a clergyman but probably an artisan. Included are prayers for the whalers and hering fishers. The fine engraved title is made after Jan Luyken, also used for the first edition of 1709. - Fine.Cat. NHSM II, p.1021-22; Van Eeghen-Van der Kellen 432.

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        Nachricht über das Kollegium von St. Katharina in Parma.

      Bellinzona 1828.. 4° (25.3 x 18 cm). 3 ungeheftete Faltbogen (=12 SS.) Bütten-Schreibpapier, davon 9 1/2 Seiten hs. Text in sorgfältiger, recht zierlicher deutscher Kurrentschrift mit feiner Feder und dunkelbrauner Tinte, datiert und signiert. Ursprünglich für Briefversand zweifach gefaltet. Bemerkenswert sauberes und gutes Objekt.. Bedeutende handschriftliche schul- und institutionshistorische Quelle von hohem dokumentarischem Wert für das 'collegio universitario detto dei Nobili o di Santa Caterina' (s. u.a. http://www.sapere.it/enciclopedia/Ran%C3%B9ccio+I.html). -"Dieses berühmte Kollegium wurde im Jahre 1601, unter Anrufung der hl. Katharina, von Ranuccio Farnese I Herzoge zu Parma, ausschliesslich für den Adel, in seiner Hauptstadt errichtet." (Eingangssatz). Der Autor gibt in seinem Bericht eine überaus ausführliche und detaillierte Schilderung der Institution und ihrer Organisation, bis hin zu Mahlzeiten u. Verpflegung, und er schliesst: "Dieß war der Zustand und die Ordnung des Kollegiums von St. Katharina in Parma, wie ich es nämlich im Jahre 1825 den 3-4-5-6-7-8 September in der Villeggiatura zu Fonte Vivo selbst zu beobachten, oder mich darüber zu erkundigen Gelegenheit hatte. Bellinzona den 5ten Maerz 1828. P. Thomas InDerBitzi." - Das Kollegium in Parma "war der Leitung der Jesuiten [..] übergeben. Endlich kam es in die Hände der Weltgeistlichen, gerieth durch die Zeitereignisse und Mangel an Zutrauen in solchen Zerfall, dass es endlich durch 10 Jahre ganz aufhörte. Im Jahre 1817 wurde es von der Erzherzogin Maria Luise [Luisa] Herzogin von Parma, wieder eröffnet, und der Leitung der Benediktiner allda übergeben, unter denen es trotz ungünstiger Umstände allgemach wieder aufzublühen anfängt." (Inderbitzin, Eingangsabschnitt). - Aus aktueller Sicht präsentiert sich hier ein Teil der Parmenser Schulgeschichte nicht zuletzt auch in Hinsicht auf die (drei) prominenten Gebäulichkeiten, zu denen das heutige 'Convitto Nazionale Maria Luigia' gehört : "Il Collegio de' Nobili fu fondato da Ranuccio Farnese il 28 ottobre 1601 nel Palazzo che il ramo principale della casata dei Bernieri da Correggio [..] Ottavio [I Farnese], infatti, ottenne dagli Anziani di Parma l'acquisto da parte della Compagnia di Gesu di tre case tutte contigue all'Oratorio. Per quanto riguarda il Collegio de' Nobili, l'ampliamento fu dovuto all'acquisto fatto da Ranuccio II delle case circonvicine, sino a coprire l'attuale area comprendente: il palazzo del Tribunale [..]; la zona dove si trova l'edificio della Pretura e piazza del Conservatorio. Ora, il Collegio gesuitico fu cosa diversa dal Collegio dei Nobili. A partire 1° giugno 1604 il 'Collegium nobilium convictorum' sara affidato al governo dei gesuiti. E dato che l'insegnamento delle lettere e della filosofia e della teologia spettavano ai gesuiti, che a questo scopo utilizzavano un caseggiato attiguo, chiamato di san Rocchino, i nobili collegiali vi si recavano spesso per seguirvi le lezioni (esclusi i legisti, cioe gli studenti in giurisprudenza). [..] Ecco quindi una delle ragioni in virtu delle quali il Collegio di san Rocco fu nei secoli a venire identificato come la sede del Collegio dei Nobili. Altre possono essere: 1. il collegio dei nobili era stato posto sotto la protezione di Santa Caterina, ed era prospiciente alla Chiesa parrocchiale di San Marcellino [..]. Era percio abbastanza naturale che, di volta in volta, fosse chiamato Collegio di S.Caterina o di San Marcellino o di San Rocco; 2. Lo studium parmensis, ovvero l'universita , si trovava in Palazzo Cusani, contiguo all'istituto gesuitico o studium o universita degli Ignaziani. Gli insegnanti di medicina e diritto erano laici. Fu Ranuccio II che li separo senza che ai gesuiti ne derivasse alcun pregiudizio, anzi." (etc.; grazie a http://www.marialuigia.eu/storia.asp ). - P. Thomas war (Einsiedler) Benediktiner und Lehrer in Bellinzona. Es muss hier unter dem Namen 'Residenz' eine klosterähnliche Einrichtung der Benediktiner mit einer (höheren Kloster-) Schule gegeben haben. Offenbar hatten 1852 "die Radikalen im Tessin alle Klöster, darunter auch die sogen. Residenz in Bellenz aufgehoben". (J. Hartmann, Hsg., Die katholischen Orden und Kongregationen der Schweiz. Immensee 1937, p. 74; vgl. dazu auch G. Rossi u. E. Pometta, Geschichte des Kantons Tessin. Bern 1944, p. 257 f. u. p. 289 f., unter bes. Berücksichtigung schulischer Aspekte). - Die Schule von Bellinzona hat ihren Ursprung im 14. Jahrhundert. Sie "nahm die Jünglinge des Luganergebiets und der oberen Täler auf. Gegen Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts ermöglichte eine Stiftung von Alexander Trefoglio von Torricella der Stadt Bellinzona, eine Literarschule zu eröffnen, wozu jedermann Zutritt hatte, vornehmlich aber die Priesteramtskandidaten. Auf diese Schule folgte die der Jesuiten, gegründet auf Veranlassung der souveränen Kantone. Sie wurde am 7. VII. 1646 in der Nähe von Santa Maria del Ponte mit 40 Schülern eröffnet. 1675 zogen die Jesuiten aus, und an ihre Stelle traten die Benediktiner von Einsiedeln, die bis 1852 unentgeltlich Unterricht erteilten." (HBLS unter 'Bellinzona'). P. Thomas hatte also, so gesehen, praktische Gründe, sich eingehend für den Betrieb in Parma zu interessieren. -- P. Thomas (Josef Viktor) Inderbitzin von Morschach, Kt. Schwyz (1791-1856), Priester. "P. Thomas wirkte zunächst von 1815 bis 1820 als Lehrer an der Klosterschule [Einsiedeln], [..]. 1824 kam er als Lehrer nach Bellenz, von wo er 1828 zurückkehrte. Dann Brüderinstruktor bis 1832 und vom 5. November 1832 bis 1835 Beichtiger in Münsterlingen [..]. Den 16. Oktober 1835 wurde P. Thomas Subprior, von 1839 bis 1842 war er kantonaler Erziehungsrat und Präses der Glaubensverbreitung. Seit [.. 1842 war er] Pfarrer von Eschenz. Da seine Predigten böswillig missdeutet wurden, berief ihn der Abt am 7. September 1844 zunächst heim, um dann am 8. Oktober 1844 ihn als Beichtiger nach dem wiederhergestellten Kloster Fahr zu senden. Dort traf ihn am 7. August 1856 ein Nervenschlag, dem er erlag. P. Thomas war ein Mann von stattlichem Wuchse und festem Körperbau. Als junger Herr wurde er zu den 'Freisinnigen' gerechnet. Bald aber arbeitete er sich durch gründliche Aszese und ernsten Willen zu einem der religiösesten und edelsten Ordenspriester empor. In seinen spätern Lebensjahren verband er klösterliche Strenge und Milde, frommen Ernst und heitere Fröhlichkeit zu einem liebenswürdigen Ganzen. Seine geistliche Hauptlektüre bildeten die Schriften des hl. Alphons von Liguori. Er war auch sehr wohltätig. Sein Pekulium verwendete er meistens zum Ankauf frommer Bücher und er wußte sie dann auf passende Weise zu verschenken." (Professbuch, Nr. 522, unter Verwendung des Nekrologs von P. Justus Landolt, in: Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ, Nr. 185, vom 13. August 1856; dito in Schwyzer Zeitung).

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        Encyclopädisches Wörterbuch der medicinischen Wissenschaften. Herausgegeben von den Professoren der medicinischen Facultät zu Berlin

      Berlin, Boike, (ab Band X:) Veit et Comp., 1828 - 1849.. 37 Bände. HLwd. d. Zt. Zischka 204; Bibliotheca Sudhoffiana 2885-26; Wellcome II, 523. - Mitherausgeber waren u. a. Christoph Wilhelm von Hufeland, Heinrich Friedrich Link, Karl Asmund Rudolphi und Eduard Caspar Jakob von Siebold. Band XXXVII mit dem Gesamtregister. Komplette Reihe des seltenen und bedeutenden Lexikons. - Rücken aufgehellt. Ecken bestoßen, Kanten tls. berieben. Tls. stockfleckig.

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        [Op. 100]. Elverhöi Skuespil i fem Acter. [Piano-vocal score]

      København: C.C. Lose. [1828]. Oblong folio. Original publisher's dark grey wrappers. [1] (title), [2]- [3] (blank), 4-75, [76] (blank), [77] (contents), [78] (blank) pp. Wrappers quite worn and torn at spine and margins; lower stained. Slightly worn and foxed internally; light staining to margins of first few leaves; occasional fingering in pencil. . First Edition. Fog p. 110. Kuhlau is considered, together with C.E.F. Weyse, as the foremost representative of the late Classical and early Romantic periods in Denmark. Elverhöi (The Elf Hill), incidental music to Heiberg's Romantic national play Elverhøj, was first performed in Copenhagen on November 6, 1828 at the King's Theatre. "Still more Romantic in character [than Kuhlau's music to C.J. Boye's Romantic play William Shakespeare] is his music to Elverhøj, Kuhlau's most successful work and the most often performed play in the Danish repertory. It is largely based on old Danish and Swedish folktunes skilfully arranged to fit the dramatic situations, above all the tune Kong Christian stod ved højen mast (‘King Christian [IV] stood by the lofty mast’), which became the Danish national anthem." Gorm Busk in Grove online

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        Drei musizierende Mädchen unter einer Laube vor einem Haus.

      1828. Radierung, 1828, auf festem Velin. 23,5:28,7 cm. Insgesamt stockfleckig, rechte obere Ecke fehlt. Literatur: Nagler 4; Andresen/Heller 1; Boetticher 5 (Orig.-Lithographien u. Radierungen).. Tochter des Landschaftsmalers, Kunsthändlers und Musikers J.B. Stuntz (1753-1836), der zusammen mit J.N. Strixner (1782-1855) und F. Piloty (1786-1844) in München eine Steindruckerei gegründet hatte. Ausgebildet bei ihrem Vater und seinen beiden Kompagnons, arbeitete sie erst in der lithographischen Anstalt. Hier hatte sie mit eigenen Folgen großen, auch finanziellen Erfolg, weshalb sie für die Familie einen Sommersitz in Thalkirchen bei München erwerben konnte. 1813 ging sie zum Studium der Historienmalerei an die Münchner Akademie und war Schülerin von J.P. von Langer (1756-1824) und dessen Sohn R. von Langer (1783-1846). Bereits 1815 sollte sie mit ihren ersten ausgestellten Ölgemälden große Anerkennung finden. 1818 folgte eine Reise nach Paris, wo sie die Werke der Alten Meister studierte und vor allem nach Raffael kopierte. Ein dreijähriges Reisestipendium ermöglichte ihr anschließend einen Aufenthalt in Italien. Hier begegnete sie Louise Seidler (1786-1866) und entdeckte, auch durch F. Overbeck angeregt, die religiöse Malerei. 1821 wurde sie Ehrenmitglied der Accademia di San Luca. Nach München 1822 zurückgekehrt, heiratete sie 1823 den ihr seit 1818 bekannten Kgl. Bayer. Vize-Oberstallmeister Wilhelm Frh. von Freyberg. Danach wechselnde Aufenthalte in München und Thalkirchen sowie Fortsetzung ihrer künstlerischen Tätigkeit. Sie schuf ein großes OEuvre an Landschaften, Porträts, Historien- und Genrebildern sowie religiösen Motiven. Von der in ihrer Zeit als eine der besten Zeichnerinnen und Malerinnen gerühmten Künstlerin besitzen zahlreiche Museum und Graphische Sammlungen Werke, so in München, Berlin und Wien.

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        Encyclopädisches Wörterbuch der medicinischen Wissenschaften. Herausgegeben von den Professoren der medicinischen Facultät zu Berlin.

      Berlin, Boike, (ab Band X:) Veit et Comp., 1828 - 1849.. 37 Bände. HLwd. d. Zt.. Zischka 204; Bibliotheca Sudhoffiana 2885-26; Wellcome II, 523. - Mitherausgeber waren u. a. Christoph Wilhelm von Hufeland, Heinrich Friedrich Link, Karl Asmund Rudolphi und Eduard Caspar Jakob von Siebold. Band XXXVII mit dem Gesamtregister. Komplette Reihe des seltenen und bedeutenden Lexikons. - Rücken aufgehellt. Ecken bestoßen, Kanten tls. berieben. Tls. stockfleckig.

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        Cours du Chimie. Comprenant L'Histoire des Sels, La Chemie Vegetale et Animale. 2 Volume set

      Paris Pichon et Didier 1828. Cover rubbed and detached. Outer spine missing. Text block firm. Scattered browning. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland with minimal marking First Edition Half leather marbled board cover 210mm x 130mm (8" x 5"). Volumes comprise 33 lectures. Text in French.

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        Bibliotheque de Therapeutique, ou Recueil de Memoires Originaux et des Travaux Anciens et Modernes sur le Traitement des Maladies et L'Emploi des Medicamens. 3 volume set

      Paris Chez Gabon 1828. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed. Scattered light foxing. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland with minimal marking [First Edition] Half leather marbled board cover 210mm x 130mm (8" x 5"). x, 523pp; 532pp; 647pp.

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        Memoirs of the Life and Travels of John Ledyard

      London: Henry Colburn, 1828. Octavo, untrimmed; a very good copy in later period-style speckled quarter calf. London edition. The scarce London edition of this great American biography of Ledyard, who sailed on Cook's third voyage and was the author of one of the rarest surreptitious accounts. It was this edition that was glowingly reviewed in the Quarterly Review for July 1828, where Ledyard was described as 'an extraordinary man' and a 'citizen of the world.' This London edition seems to be the scarcest of the three early editions: the others being Boston (1828) and Cambridge (1829).

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        Report of the select committe on anatomy

      London, 1828. <p>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.</p><p>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.</p><p>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&#39;s Hospital. The witness list can be found on page 13 of the committee&#39;s report. The testimony of these men, reproduced in full in the report, is followed by several appendices, including tables of paupers&#39; 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&#39;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).</p>

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Wien, 14. XI. 1828.. 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. An den Sänger Ludwig Cramolini (1805-1884) in Berlin: "[...] Da ich vernommen, daß Du in Berlin im Hoftheater engagiert seyst, wozu Dir sehr zu gratulieren ist, so ersuche ich Dich freundschaftlich, meinetwegen ein wenig zu sondieren; und weil Herr Samsens auch meinetwegen dahin schreiben wird, so ist es wohl möglich, daß man sich bei Dir über meine Individualität erkundigen wird. Sage ihnen daher, daß ich geneigt wäre ein solides Engagement anzunehmen, da es schon länger mein Wunsch ist, mich auch im Auslande zu versuchen, du könntest ihnen zugleich mein Rollenverzeichnis meiner hier gesungenen Parthien anzeigen; ich setze es Dir hier an, im Falle Du Dich nicht gleich daran erinnern solltest [...] Bey der Hofkappelle ist auch noch nichts entschieden, daher leiste ich auf alles Verzicht [...]". - Franz Borschitzky war Sängerknabe im Stift Heiligenkreuz, bis 1815 im Wiener Neustädter Gymnasium, Chorist der kaiserlichen Oper in Wien, 1822 erster Bassist an der Oper in Pest (Budapest), 1826 am Wiener Kärntnertortheater, vom Juni 1826 bis 1832 Mitglied der Wiener Hofoper, 1829 Sänger der k. k. Hofkapelle, 1832 am Theater in der Josefstadt. - Etwas gebräunt und mit kleinem Ausschnitt durch Siegelbruch auf Bl. 2.

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        The Duty of Christian Freemen to Elect Christian Rulers: A Discourse Delivered on the Fourth of July, 1827, in the Seventh Presbyterian Church, in Philadelphia [with an Appendix Designed to Vindicate the Liberty of Christians, and of the American Sunday School Union]

      Philadelphia: William F. Geddes, 1828. 1st Edition. Other Other. Good. (Religion) ELY, Ezra Stiles. The Duty of Christian Freemen to Elect Christian Rulers: A Discourse Delivered on the Fourth of July, 1827, in the Seventh Presbyterian Church, in Philadelphia [with an Appendix Designed to Vindicate the Liberty of Christians, and of the American Sunday School Union]. Philadelphia: William F. Geddes, 1828. First Edition. Duodecimo, 8.25 x 5.25 in. In self-wraps, removed from â&#128;&#152;nonceâ&#128;&#153; volume, 32 pages. A Fundamentalist foundational work â&#128;&#147; a true watershed publication! Text foxed. Tape ghost to last page. Good condition overall.

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        Schriften.,

      Berlin, G. Reimer, 1828/1829. - 421; 362; 497; 431; 606; 358; 334; 345; 359; 381; 368; 420; 334; 382; 362 Seiten, Erste Gesamtausgabe! - 15 (von 28) Bänden, geprägtes OLn. mit Leder-RSchildern, etwas berieben und beschabt, papierbedingt ger. gebräunt, bei einigen Bänden privater Namenseintrag von alter Hand auf Innendeckel, insgesamt gutes Exemplar! LA13.B06 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 5000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JOURNAL OF AN EMBASSY FROM THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF INDIA TO THE COURTS OF SIAM AND COCHIN CHINA; EXHIBITING A VIEW OF THE ACTUAL STATE OF THOSE KINGDOMS.

      LONDON: HENRY COLBURN, 1828 - FIRST EDITION, 4to (274 x 211mm.), Modern cardboard binding covered with marbled paper, spine slightly sunned, edges slightly rubbed, stamp of the Natural History Museum, Central Park New-York, marked "Cancelled", the book is inside in very good condition with only few slightly browned spots; frontispice and front page, page 53, 78, 115, 263, 282, 290, 310, 485, 509,529, which are confronting the aquatints, have some browning, but not the pictures; viii, 598pp., the large folding engraved map is in excellent condition, folding aquatint frontispiece, 9 aquatint plates, 2 engraved plans, 3 plates showing alphabets and vocabularies [one folding], wood-engraved illustrations; [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Catalonien in Malerischer, Architectonisher und Antiquariarischer Beziehung dargestellt auf Dreissig Blättern.

      Leipzig und Darmstadt, verlag von Carl Wilhelm Leske, s.d. (1828). - Grand in-folio. Titre. 30 planches gravées sur cuivre. Cartonnage de l'époque, étiquette imprimée sur le plat supérieur (dos frotté avec manques). Edition Originale de ce recueil de gravures de grand format exclusivement consacré à la Catalogne avec des vues de Barcelone, du pont de Martorell, de Montserrat, Cardona, Girona, Tarragona, etc. Fortes rousseurs, comme souvent. Palau, 77728. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Neueröffnete Jäger-Praktika. In Verbindung mit einer Gesellschaft praktischer Fortmänner herausgegeben von Carl Friedrich Leberecht Döbel und Friedrich Wilhelm Benicken.

      Leipzig, Johann Friedrich Gleditsch 1828. - 3 Tle. in 1 Band. Mit 1 Portrait-Tafel, 14 gefalt. Tafeln in Kupferstich (10) und Lithographie (4, davon 1 kolor.) und Holzschnitt-Vignetten. XXXVI (recte XXXVIII), 124, 20 S.; IV (recte VIII), 224, 14 S.; XVI, 184, 14 S., 1 Bl. HLdr. d. Zt. 27 x 24 cm. Lindner 11.0519.05; Souhart 143; Mantel I,8; Knorring, Bibl. venatoria 223. - Vierte rechtmäßige Ausgabe. "Das Standardwerk der deutschen Jagdliteratur des 18. Jahrhunderts " (Lindner). - Tl. 3 behandelt das Forstwesen (Forstbotanik, Waldbau, Vermessung u. Abschätzung, Forstschutz) welches in den vorangegangen Ausgaben nur kurz und bruchstückhaft enthalten war. Die Tafeln zeigen verschiedene Säugetiere, Vögel, Jagdgehege und Pflanzen. - Das Werk wird allgemein mit 12 Tafeln statt wie hier vorliegend 14 angegeben, die beiden "zusätzlichen" gehören aber tatsächlich zum Werk. Ich habe einige wenige Vergleichsexemplare mit ebenfalls 14 Tafeln auf dem Auktionsmarkt der letzten Jahrzehnte nachweisen können, die überwiegende Mehrheit dieses an sich sehr häufigen Jagdwerkes, auch die bibliographisch erfassten sind allerdings jeweils nur mit 12 Tafeln vermerkt! - Der schöne Einband an den Kanten etwas beschabt. Tls. etwas gebräunt und wenig fleckig, zum Schluss mit den Tafeln etwas feuchtfleckig. Tafeln tls. etwas verknittert durch Fehlfaltungen. Insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar in einem ansprechenden Einband! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chart of part of New South Wales with plans of the harbours . Respectfully dedicated to John Oxley, Esq., Surveyor-General

      London: Joseph Cross, but sold by James Wyld, 1828. Large hand-coloured engraved map, 1180 x 650 mm., dissected and backed on linen as issued, the linen with a few stains but the printed surface very fresh; Ingleton bookplate, in the original marbled card slipcase showing some wear, but as issued with printed label completed in manuscript to front. With an inset depicting Port Phillip. One of the great maps of New South Wales: this very fine and handsome map is notable for a series of important inset charts including Moreton Bay, Port Jackson, and Port Phillip. One of the most consulted of any of the Australian maps of this era, it is dedicated to John Oxley, then Surveyor General of New South Wales. The London publisher Cross was responsible for any number of important publications relating to Australia in the 1820s and 1830s, and was perhaps the most influential promoter of the colonies at that time. This marvellous map is related to another first printed by Cross for the 1826 publication by James Atkinson, An Account of the State of Agriculture & Grazing in New South Wales, but such was the pace of exploration and settlement in this period that Cross first issued this significantly extended and more detailed map in 1827, and again with corrections in 1828 as here. Indeed, the map was not out of print for more than a decade, constantly revised to include the latest information. Any issue is now of some rarity, and copies in such fine condition are notably scarce, particularly complete with the original card sleeve in which it was issued. This copy was sold by James Wyld the elder of Charing Cross and has his printed label on the front; Wyld was the Geographer to the King. The small vignettes printed on the Atkinson version (thought to have been based on the work of John Lewin), are here replaced with important charts of all the main harbours: Moreton Bay, Port Macquarie, Port Stephens, Port Hunter, Broken Bay, Port Jackson, Botany Bay, Jervis Bay, Twofold Bay, Western Port, and Port Phillip. There is also an inset depiction of the entire Australian coastline. The map also prints a very detailed picture of the state of inland exploration, notably including the relatively recent discoveries of Hume and Hovell. Tooley knew this 1828 issue from a copy in his own collection. This is the Ingleton copy with shelf mark, noted in his catalogue as "extremely rare

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        PUNCTUATION PERSONIFIED: or Pointing Made Easy.

      London, John Harris, inscribed 1828.THIRD OR FOURTH EDITION circa 1828, 180 x 110 mm, 7 x 4 1 / 8 inches, pink printed card wraps, round John Harris device on lower cover, list of 58 titles in Harris' Cabinet of Amusement and Instruction inside lower cover, title page and 16 numbered pages printed 1 side only. Each has an enchanting half page hand coloured engraving. Each punctuation mark is represented by a little person with a very large head: Counsellor Comma, Ensign Semicolon, with the scenery fully drawn also. Verse text beneath neatly explains the usage. Contents disbound from covers, covers discoloured, corners slightly worn, lower edge of upper cover badly soiled and worn (imprint legible), corners well worn on lower cover, 45 mm (1¾") split at tail of spine, neat inscription dated February 1828 on inside of upper cover, pale browning to insides of covers, title page thumbed in fore - edge and lower margin, small pale stain to text on page 1, no loss, tiny brown stain to upper edge of 3 leaves, tiny closed tear repaired neatly to lower edge of page 11, occasional very pale soiling to lower margins, lower margin corner missing on page 16, neatly repaired with old paper, very slight creasing to opposite lower corner. A good plus complete copy of a scarce delightful little instructional item (disbound as noted). First published in 1824 (see Moon 829). According to Moon the third edition had 57 titles inside lower cover, so ours with 58 is possibly a fourth edition. Illustrated in Oppenheimer Catalogue plate LXVIII, and see Oppenheimer 2122, 2123 and 2124. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        "Eingang in den Bartholomä-See". Blick von St. Bartholomä auf der Halbinsel Hirschau über den Königssee, im Vordergrund Biedermeier-Paar mit junger Dame und einige Boote.

      . Aquarell mit Tuschfeder sign. Franz Less und dat. "Im Monat Februar 1828", 31,5 x 45 cm.. Mit schmalem Rand um die Einfassungslinie. Gering fleckig, oben kleiner hinterlegter Einriss und geglättete Knickfalten. - Voll ausgeführte, stimmungsvolle Arbeit.

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED.

      Date unknown, circa 1828.16 lines handwritten in ink on half a sheet of notepaper without address, unfolded size: 320 x 205 mm, 13 x 8 inches. Addressed to Miss Sarah Lachlan for whom he had written the acrostic poem Un Solitaire: " Dear Miss Lachlan, Emma has so few days to stay with me, that it would be painful to me to part with her for one whole one. But I will bring her to tea with you on Monday, and you shall let us go before 8. I enclose your brother an autograph of Jekyll, Bencher of the Temple, and the reputed wit of the Bar for the last 50 years. Your brother is too young to have heard much about him, but he has been widely known in his profession, as a capital epigrammatist etc. and was the reigning joker of his age. With Emma's kindest love to your aunt & self. Yours truly C Lamb, Saturday evening." The letter refers to Emma Isola the adopted daughter of Charles and Mary. She was an accomplished amateur artist and did a drawing to go with the poem Un Solitaire written for Miss Lachlan. With the letter is a copy of the poem in an unknown hand on a pale yellow leaf to which is pasted a brief note seemingly in Lamb's hand: "Mr Lamb has scribbled on a vacant leaf, which may be torn out without ceremony, if his nonsense is out of place. He will in that case beg leave to try again. Miss Isola requests him to return thanks for a sight of the album, & could wish her contribution better". There are very slight textual differences in this version of the poem from the usual printed one. Finally there is a sheet of notepaper with a poem of 3 4 - line stanzas by Mary Lamb beginning: "My sweetly modest tranquil Child / So Humble duteous pensive mild.." addressed to "My Dear Sarah with my earnest prayers for every happiness to attend Her, M L". This seems also to concern Sarah Lachlan and was written for the occasion of her birthday. The letters have been folded twice, remains of a small red seal on Charles Lamb's, address panel browned on Mary's, leaf with Un Solitaire has a greetings card pasted to reverse from when it was in an album. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A Series of Progressive Lessons intended to Elucidate the Art of Painting in Water Colours

      London: T. Clay, 1828. Oblong quarto; illustrated throughout with full-page hand-coloured lithographs; a fine copy in later quarter maroon calf over original marbled boards. Learning to paint in watercolour. Artistic tuition by a notable English painter whose reputation has grown in recent years. The recent major exhibition of Cox&#39;s work at the Yale Center for British Art, with a substantial accompanying reference work, has drawn further attention to a painter who, although somewhat out of fashion in recent decades, has often been compared with Turner, Constable and Burne-Jones. &#39;Known mainly as a painter in watercolour, Cox is one of the major figures in the golden age of that medium and of English landscape painting, which began towards the end of the 18th century and might be thought of ending with the death of Turner in 1851. Cox was born in Heath Mill Lane, Digbeth, in 1783 and gained early experience as a theatrical scene painter. He moved to London in 1804 to pursue this career, but gravitated to the form of art for which he is best known. Between 1814 and 1827 he made a living as a drawing master in Hereford, returned to live in London until 1841 and "retired" to Birmingham where he died in 1859&hellip;&#39; (Terry Grimley, reviewing the exhibition in the Birmingham Post). In the nineteenth century the skill of painting and drawing was considered as necessary as was, according to fixed ideas of gender, the learning of a foreign language or a musical instrument, the study of the classics or the fine art of needlework; such accomplishments were seen as indicators of one&#39;s civilized position in society. At a period when the English were travelling widely to Europe for the first time, beautifully illustrated and informative texts were prepared to meet the educational requirements of this new upper class taste. English cultural life was being extended to embrace studies of natural history, science and the art of landscape painting. This is an excellent example of just such a text: it includes studies on perspective, sketching, shading and marine art. The illustrations are prepared in lithography and coloured by hand, and some of the larger plates are folding. The ability to draw topography was at the same time seen as an important skill for naval and military officers, having obviously important practical applications and often being taught to cadets from a young age. Although this manual is rather advanced for military purposes, it would have been of particular interest to the often military men who drifted into landscape painting and found a ready audience for publication of their illustrations of exotic travels. &#39;Cox&#39;s work was praised by Thackeray in Sketches after English Landscape Painters (1850) and Ruskin wrote in 1857 that "there is not any other landscape which comes near these works of David Cox in simplicity or seriousness". Although Cox&#39;s standing in the art world reached its apex in the late 19th century, recent reappraisals of Victorian art have seen Cox rightly restored to his position as one of the finest of all British landscape painters&hellip;&#39; (National Library of Scotland).

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        Anleitung zur Verfertigung der Glasflüsse, künstlicher Edelsteine, Emaille und der Schmelzfarben, des Auftragens des Silbers, Goldes und Platines, so wie auch der Kupferstiche auf Porzellan und Steingut; nebst der Beschreibung der chemischen Vorkenntnisse aller dahin einschlägigen Waaren.

      Regensburg, Reitmayr, 1828.. (20 x 12 cm). XIV (2) 404 S. Mit 1 gefalteten lithographierten Tafel. Halblederband der Zeit.. Erste Ausgabe dieses Handbuchs für Porzellanmaler, Porzellan-, Steingut- und Glasfabrikanten sowie Glasmaler, Fabrikanten künstlicher Edelsteine und Töpfer. - Leicht gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. Einband etwas bestoßen, sonst gut erhalten. - Duncan 9104

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        The Pelican Island, and other Poems

      London: Longman, et al., 1828. Duodecimo, a lovely uncut copy in papered boards with original gilt lettered cloth backstrip, as issued (moderately rubbed with a little wear to extremities). Flinders gets his poet. Long and curious poem - comprising nine cantos of blank verse - directly inspired by Matthew Flinders evocative descriptive of Kangaroo Island. James Montgomery was a popular poet of the early Victorian era and freely acknowledges his debt to Flinders in the preface of this book: &#39;The subject of "The Pelican Island" was suggested by a passage in Captain Flinders&#39;s Voyage to Terra Australis&#39; [here follows a lengthy excerpt from the book detailing a Pelican roosting colony]&hellip;Captain Flinders was particularly struck with the appearance of one of these islands, on the surface of which were scattered the relics of a great number of trees, prostrated by some tremendous storm, or, as he conjectured, self-ignited by the friction of dead branches in a strong wind. This fact&hellip;suggested the catastrophe described at the close of the third Canto of the Poem.&#39; Montgomery was a significant poet in his time, best known for his devotional verse and hymns (although twice imprisoned for sedition). The title work in the present volume is a pan-theistic celebration of the antipodean landscape, evoking an intriguing late-Romantic engagement with the distant colony. Flinders inspired very few poets, making this one of only a handful of works to derive directly from his voyage.

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        Select portions of the Psalms of David

      Sydney: R. Howe, Government Printer, 1828. Duodecimo; a delightful copy, completely unsophisticated in its original Sydney binding of blind-tooled sheep, preserved in a quarter morocco book-form box. Sydney printing, presented by Governor Darling. An exceptional survivor from the early days of Sydney publishing: a presentation copy, from Governor Darling, of the first Church of England hymn-book printed in Australia, in its original Sydney binding. Robert Howe, who printed this, was born in 1795 and emigrated with his father George in 1800. Dissolute in his youth, he spent most of his formative years around the press, which in 1808 was still attached to Government House (Ferguson, The Howes and their Press, pp. 16-7). Robert was taken under the wing of the Reverend Ralph Mansfield, and became a Methodist of some standing. He took over as Government Printer after the death of his father George in 1821, and quickly set about improving the quality of Sydney printing as well as branching out into new publishing ventures: he started the first Australian magazine, and published grander works such as Tompson&#39;s Wild Notes from the Lyre of a Native Minstrel, still admired for its handsome design. His was a luckless career, with more than his fair share of the usual hurdles associated with a career in colonial printing: a long unresolved fight with the government over censorship, a stabbing by an aggrieved reader in 1822, a procession of libel suits through the decade, and a horse-whipping by William Redfern. Sir Ralph Darling was appointed as Governor of NSW in 1825, succeeding Sir Thomas Brisbane in the post. Darling&#39;s governorship coincided with the raising of the ecclesiastical status in the colony, which came about by the inclusion of the Archdeacon on the newly-formed Executive Council, and the establishment of the Church and School Corporation in 1826, of which Darling was president. Thus it is most appropriate that this hymn-book, which aimed to "remove some difficulties which have been experienced in the Church Psalmody in this part of the world" (preface) was presented by Governor Darling to Henry Dumaresq&#39;s wife, Elizabeth, and is inscribed "from Lt. Genl. Darling. - Govt. House - to Mrs. H. Dumaresq". Three of his wife&#39;s brothers had travelled with him to Australia, Edward, Henry and William Dumaresq. Edward travelled as far as Hobart with them, where he became surveyor-general. Henry and William Dumaresq came to Sydney to become his private secretary and civil engineer respectively. It is small wonder that Darling&#39;s term in office was marked by constant cries of nepotism. Such an association makes this a most desirable copy of a very rare Sydney printing.

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        The Scientific irrigator

      Edinburgh Published by most booksellers in Britain &c. &c. &c 1828. späterer Halbleinenband, 8°, 480 Seiten und 16 Seiten Anzeigenteil. Text: Englisch

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        GRECIA,INSURRECCION DE LOS GRIEGOS CONTRA LOS TURCOS

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Madrid. 1828. 2 Vol. 352Pag+314Pag. 15x10. Contiene los 2 grabados que le corresponden. Pasta espanola. Desde el ano 1821 hasta la llegada a Egina del Presidente de Grecia, Conde de Capo de Istria.algunas paginas tostadas. Magnifica Obra. Ref 9.7 Biblioteca A.

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        ILLUSTRATIONS OF BRITISH ENTOMOLOGY: A Synopsis of Indigenous Insects: Containing their Generic and Specific Distinctions; with an account of Metamorphoses, Times of Appearance, Localities, Food, and Economy, as far as Practicable.

      London, Baldwin and Cradock, 1828.THE EARLIEST APPEARANCE IN PRINT OF DARWIN'S WORDS WITH HIS NAME. ASSOCIATION COPY, 10 VOLUMES HAVE BEEN INSCRIBED BY THE FAMOUS AMERICAN ENTOMOLOGIST DR ASA FITCH. 12 volumes, complete set, comprising Volumes 1 - 7 of 'Mandibulata', and Volumes 1 - 4 of 'Haustellata', plus the supplementary volume published in 1846. FIRST EDITION,1828 - 1846, 8vos, approximately 245 x 150 mm, 9½ x 6 inches, 95 hand coloured engraved plates, 3350 pages including prelims, indexes and plate lists, bound in modern half calf over marbled sides, raised bands and gilt lettered leather labels to spines, new endpapers. Mandibulata: occasional very light foxing, small neat ink inscription and signature of Asa Fitch at top of title page in all volumes except Volume I, some pages lightly age - browned, 4 small grazed areas to 1 page in Volume V probably due to adhesion to tissue guard (now gone) resulting in loss of all or part of 11 words, facing plate not damaged, small repair to margin of final page in Volume V, no loss of text, small repair to lower edge of title page in Volume VII; Haustellata: same small inscription at top of title page to Volumes I, II and IV, title page and first 15 pages in Volume III browned at edges; contents and plates of all 12 volumes bright and clean apart from flaws mentioned. Bindings tight and firm. A very good set. Darwin's name occurs on about thirty records in the Beetles sections i.e. in the first five volumes of the Mandibulata. "Whilst he was an undergraduate at Cambridge, Darwin had sent records of insects that he had captured to James Francis Stephens and some of these were published in Illustrations of British Entomology. He refers to the pleasure that he got from seeing his name in print against his records of beetles in his autobiography..." See Freeman, The Works of Charles Darwin p.19 - 20. The very first printing of Darwin's name and a record occurs in Volume 2 of the Haustellata page 200 dated June 1 1829 where he records the occurrence of the common noctuid moth at 'Cambridge' . In the Appendix to Volume 2 of the Mandibulata dated June 15 1829 there are no less than 11 Darwin records. For example an entry on page 191 reads: "Page 36. Blethisa multipunctata. 'In great abundance near Cambridge, in 1829.' - C. Darwin, Esq." Darwin's first published work, whether in periodical literature or in a book did not appear until 1835: Letters on Geology. Dr Asa Fitch (1809 - 1879) has inscribed 10 of the volumes with his name and 'Salem, N. Y. June 22d 1855'. He trained as a medical doctor but abandoned medicine to pursue entomology. In 1838 he decided to start studying agriculture and entomology, at the same time collecting and studying insects for New York state. In 1854 he became the first professional Entomologist of New York State Agricultural Society (commissioned by the State of New York). This made him the first occupational entomologist in the United States. His vast studies of many insects helped scientists to solve some of the crop damage caused by insects. Many of his notebooks are now the property of the Smithsonian Institution. Fitch also discovered the Rodent Bot fly (Cuterebra emasculator) in 1856. Asa Fitch has made 36 very small neat ink notes on the margins of some plates; occasionally he has labelled an item on the plate itself always in a very small hand; he has also occasionally annotated or corrected the text. There is also a tipped in page with mounted printed text in French and a heading in ink by Fitch. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. A heavy set which will require extra postage.

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        Autograph letter signed to R. Harlan

      1828-62. <p>Mott, Valentine (1785-1865). Autograph letter signed to Richard Harlan (1796-1843). New York, &#147;15th of 1st mo&#148; [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.</p><p>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 &#147;our infant University&#148;; 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&#146;s medical school and the college&#146;s reputation vis-à-vis its older, more established Philadelphia counterparts:</p><p>". . . 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&#151;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 . . .</p><p>". . . [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&#151;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."</p><p>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). &#147;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&#148; (Dictionary of American Biography). He was the author of over twenty medical papers, and prepared the annotated and greatly expanded English translation of Velpeau&#146;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.</p><p>Mott&#146;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&#146;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 the American Philosophical Society, he was the author of a number books and articles on anatomy, physiology, paleontology and zoology, the most important being Fauna Americana (1825), the first comprehensive zoological survey of North America.</p>

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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, 1828. Near fine condition hardcover books - each volume has a book plate of Apollinia Denkmann Davis inside on inside front end sheet. and volume 1 shows some light scuffing on the rear. This is a beautiful set of books - full polished calf with 5 raised bands. All of the books have green and reddish lables with gold gilt lettering. , marbled end sheets , all edges gilt and original ribbon ties. The books are triple ruled and have gilt rosettes at each corner front and back. The books are profusely illustrated with woodcuts and full page engravings. The spines are decorated with a gold gilt decorations. This is a matched set. . Full-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        "FÜRTH". Kolorierte Lithographie von G. Kraus nach H. Adam. Bei Selb. Um 1828. 25,1:41,2 cm.

      Selb, 1828. Pressler 173. - Prächtiges Blatt aus der Folge "22 Ansichten bayerischer Städte". Unten links "Nach H. Adam auf Stein gezeich. v. Gustav Kraus". Unten rechts "Gedr. v. Selb". - Blick von einer Anhöhe über reife Getreidefelder. Rechts zwei Herren unter einem Baum. - Die überaus seltene Gesamtansicht in einem sauber erhaltenen Exemplar..

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        "NÜRNBERG." Kolorierte Lithographie von G. Kraus nach H. Adam. Um 1828. 26,2:43,3 cm. - Minimal gebräunt und mit einer leichten vertikalen Quetschfalte im Himmel. - In aufwendigem Handarbeitspassepartout und Handarbeitsrahmung (55,5:72 cm).

      Selb, 1828. Pressler 179,II. - Prächtiges Blatt aus der Folge "22 Ansichten bayerischer Städte". Unten links "Nach H. Adam auf Stein gezeichnet von Gustav Kraus". Unten rechts "Gedr. v. Ios. Selb". - Die Ansicht zeigt den Blick von der Tullnau im Südosten auf die gesamte Stadt. - Selten schönes Panorama von Nürnberg, hier vorliegend in einem breitrandigen Exemplar (Blattmaß 46:63 cm), in sehr dekorativem Altkolorit..

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        "AMBERG". Kolorierte Lithographie von G. Kraus nach H. Adam. Um 1828. 26,8:41 cm.

      Selb, 1828. Pressler 163. - Prächtiges Blatt aus der Folge "22 Ansichten bayerischer Städte". Unten links "Nach H. Adam auf Stein gezeichnet von Gustav Kraus". Unten rechts "Gedr. v. Ios. Selb". - Romantischer Blick über ein Getreidefeld und Bäume. Vorne rechts eine Hütte, in der Mitte ein bäuerliches Paar. - Minimal stockfleckig, ansonsten die dekorative, seltene Ansicht in sehr guter Erhaltung..

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        "NEUBURG". Lithographie von G. Kraus nach H. Adam. Um 1828. 27,3:42 cm.

      Lacroix, 1828. Pressler 178. - Schefold 47023. - Lentner ("seltenes Blatt") 9056. - Aus den "22 Ansichten bayerischer Städte". Unten links: Gedr. vo. J. Lacroix. Unten rechts "Nach H. Adam auf Stein gezeich. v. Gustav Kraus v. Rottenburg a.T.". Blick von Norden über die Donau auf die Stadt mit dem beherrschenden Schloßbau. Vorne rechts zwischen Bäumen halbverdeckt das Arco-Schlößchen. - Die seltene Gesamtansicht hier vorliegend in einem breitrandigen Exemplar von ausgezeichneter, frischer Erhaltung..

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        "KEMPTEN". Lithographie von G. Kraus nach H. Adam. Um 1828. 27,4:41,6 cm.

      Selb, 1828. Pressler 175. - Schefold 45314. - Lentner 8475. - Aus den "22 Ansichten bayerischer Städte". Unten links "Nach H. Adam auf Stein gez. von Gustav Kraus". Unten rechts "Gedr. v. Jos. Selb". - Blick über die Iller auf die Stadt mit dem Stift und der Lorenzkirche rechts, deren Turmbekrönungen noch nicht ausgeführt sind. - Die äußerst seltene Gesamtansicht, hier vorliegend mit breiten Rand und in ausgezeichneter Erhaltung..

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        Nordisk Ornithologie, eller troværdige efter Naturen egenhændig tegnede, Stukne og colorerede Afbildninger af danske, færöiske, Grönlandske og islandske Fugle med tydsk og dansk Beskrivelse. Nordische ornithologie, oder getreue nach der Natur eigenhändig gezeichnete, gestochene und colorirte Abbildungen der dänischen, fähröischen, grönländischen und isländischen Vögel mit deutschen und dänischen Texte. + "Ny Følge" + "Nyeste Følge". 3 Bd.

      Kjöbenhavn, Tengnagel/ Jörgensen/ Schultz, 1828, 1832, 1835. Folio. (33x23 cm.). Indbundet i 3 samtidige, ensartede hldrbd. med rygtitel og rygforgyldning. Kapitæler og rygge lidt slidte. I nyere smuk beskyttelseskassette med forgyldt skindtitel. Kollationering: der foreligger tekst til alle 3 bind på dansk og tysk i 2 spalter. Bind 1, tekst: (64) pp. og incl. titelblad + "Systematisches Verzeichnis/ Systematisk Fortegnelse.." på (8) sider. (Anker anfører IV,(50) pp. og nævner ikke den Systematiske fortegnelse. Her er alle 60 håndkolorerede plancher. - Bind 2, tekst: (34) pp. (incl. dedikationsbladet til Adam Moltke) som beskriver planche 1-52. Her foreligger 52 plancher (1-7 og 9-53). (Anker anfører 60 plancher). - Bind 3, tekst: (28) pp. som beskriver planche 1-60. Her foreligger 59 smukke plancher (1-8 + 8, 9-34,36, 38-60). Nogle få plancher har tidligere været foldet og med noget slid. 3 plancher er beskåret, selve afbildingen dog intakt. Nogle plancher med lidt brunpletter.. Her foreligger en næsten komplet række af udgivelsen op til 1835 såvel tekst som plancher i original håndkolorering. Ifølge Anker skulle der være udkommet 180 plancher (her foreligger 171 plancher). Efter 1835 fortsatte Walter udgivelsen (indtil 1841), således, at der ialt blev udgivet 288 plancher. Et komplet sæt af dette største danske fugleværk har aldrig været udbudt til salg. Helms artikel i DOF 1939 nævner kun 1 komplet eksemplar, siden er der dog vist samlet 2 yderligere, ligesom Universitetsbiblioteket har fået sit ekspl. kompletteret. Walter var den første som realiserede tanken om et koloreret dansk fugleværk, det udkom under usikre forhold, blev tegnet, stukket og koloreret af Walter selv, og det var småt med subskribenter, ikke mere end 69, og der faldt sikkert flere fra i løbet af udgivelsens 14 år.A complete set of this, the graetest Danish ornithological work, has never been up for sale. The article by Helms in D.O.F., 1939, registers only one complete copy; later on two more should have been gathered though, and the Universitylibrary has likewise had their copy completed. Walter was the first to put the idea of a coulered Danish ornithological work into action. It was published under unsure cicumstances and was drawn, engraved and coloured by Walter himself. There were very few subscribers, no more than 69, and some of them most likely disappeared during the 14 years of publication.The copy at the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) has only 120 plates, -Wood p. 618 lists only 60 plates. - Nissen: "Helms kennt nur 1 vollst. Expl. und 15, die mehr als 1. Band enthalten."Anker No. 521 (the copy incomplete). - Wood p. 618. - Nissen No. 969. - Not in Zimmer

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        Carte de la Turquie d'Europe (Partie Septentionale), présentant d'après les meilleures cartes et les documents les plus recens, cete partie de l'Empire Ottoman depuis Constantinople jusqu'aux frontières des Empires d'Austriche et de Russie. [joined with 'Partie Méridonale.]

      1828 - Strasbourg & Paris. 1828. Original colour. Two lithographic maps, dissected and laid on linen as one, as issued, total 1020 x 900mm. With blue paper slipcase with ownership label of the Comte de Robersart. Slipcase worn.

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