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        Manuel d'arithmétique démontrée

      Paris, Roret, 1828 (7e éd.), in-18, VII, (1bl.), 268pp. 36pp. de catalogue de librairie, broché, Ouvrage traitant de l'arithmétique, dont les six premières éditions ont obtenu un certain succès. Edition revue et corrigée. Petit manque au dos, brochage écorné

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Album du Wolfberg. Composé de douze Vues dessinées d'après nature . par G. Viard.

      Paris Engelmann 1828 - 13 Tafeln mit Ansichten in Lithographie und 2 ( von 8 ) Blatt lithographiertem Text, kl.- folio ( 35 x 25 cm.), HLdr.- Bd. der Zt. ( fleckig ) Erste Ausgabe und einzige Ausgabe. Mit schönen Ansichten von Wolfberg, Arenenberg, Ermatingen, Konstanz, Salenstein usw. - Ohne das Tietlblatt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Panorama vom Rothhorn an der Grenze der Cantone Bern, Lucern und Unterwalden. Panorama du Rothhorn limites des cantons de Berne, Lucerne & Unterwalden.

      Zürich, Heinrich Keller. (Ca. 1828). - 19x181 cm. Handkolorierte Lithographie von "Frères Eglin, Lucerne", auf Leinwand aufgezogen, gerollt. Originalausgabe. - Eines der ersten Panoramen von Franz Schmid (1796-1851), der 1826 ein Panorama vom Grossmünsterturm in Zürich realisierte. Die Lithographie auf Johannotpapier gedruckt - Die Texte mit einigen zeitgenössischen Namens- und Höhenergänzungen. Wenige kleine Stockflecken. - Selten. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Reise durch England und Schottland.

      Leipzig, Verlag F. A. Brockhaus 1828; Zweite [2.] verbesserte und vermehrte Aufl.; 2 Bände; ca 16x11 cm; VIII, 416; VIII, 440 Seiten; hübsche Halbledereinbände d. Zt. mit 2 farbigen Rückenschildern (Einbände leicht bestoßen; sonst gutes, fast fleckenfreies Exemplar)Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        1828 Robert Froriep Ophthalmology Medicine EYES Surgery Color Illustrated German

      Weimar; Landes-Industrie-Comptoir, 1828. 1st ed - 1828 Robert Froriep Ophthalmology Medicine EYES Surgery Color Illustrated German 23 Color Plates / Very Rare with None Selling Worldwide An incredible fragment from Robert Froriep’s anatomy – 23 colored engravings of human anatomy! Robert Friedrich Froriep (1804 – 1861) was a German anatomist and physician. In the spring of 1846 he succeeded his father as director of the Weimarischer Landes-Industrie-Comptoir in Weimar, where he worked as a publisher of illustrated scientific and medical works. Extremely rare with no other examples for sale worldwide at present. Main author: Robert Friedrich Froriep Title: Chirurgische Kupfertafeln : eine auserlesene Sammlung der nöthigsten Abbildungen von äusserlich sichtbaren Krankheitsformen, anatomischen Präparaten . auf die Chirurgie Bezug haben Published: Weimar; Landes-Industrie-Comptoir, 1828. 1st ed Language: German Notes & contents: • 23 color engravings of human anatomy and surgical procedures o Eyes and eye parts o Surgical tools FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure binding Pages: complete with all pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Weimar; Landes-Industrie-Comptoir, 1828 Size: ~10in X 9in (25.5cm x 23cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $599 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of Samuel Pepys Comprising His Diary from 1659-1669 and a Selection of his Private Correspondence edited by Richard Lord Braybrooke Second Edition with Extra Illustrations in Five Volumes

      Henry Colburn 1828 - B01L5VZPPW Henry Colburn; London, 1828. 5 volume set, complete. Very Good. Finely bound full polished brown calf leather, edges gauffered, dentelle stripes front and rear pastdowns, 5 raised bands, 6 compartments, black leather label in second compartment with set title, red label in second compartment with volume title/numver, others blind and gilt ruled, city of publication in gilt to bottom, both front and rear panels are gilt lined, matching marbled endsheets/page edges with only flaws being some soiling to first and last page edge to each volume, scattered foxing to pre-lims of a couple volumes w/slight use/soiling and handling to bindings. 8vo[octavo or approx. 6 x 9 inches], 376, 451, 446, 461, 484pp. We pack securely and ship daily with delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Arabia with the adjacent Countries of Egypt & Nubia.

      Edinburgh, 1828. - Hand-coloured engraved map (510 x 405 mm). Includes excellent detail in along the west coast of the Red Sea and in Egypt and Nubia. The Route of the Persian Caravans across Arabia is shown, as is a second route. - In good condition. Not in Tibbetts, Al Ankary or Al-Qasimi.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Sermons.

      Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ritchie ... 1828. Edinburgh:: Printed by J. Ritchie ... 1828.. 8vo. viii, 541, [3] pp. Errata leaf. Original black blind-stamped morocco, 5 raised bands, elaborate blind-stamped spine with gilt title, a.e.g., bound by Alexander Banks, Jr., Edinburgh, with his binderÂ’s label; rubbed. Very good. WITH A STUNNING THREE-WAY GOLF FORE-EDGE PAINTING, painted by Martin Frost with his initials in the painting; painted in 1995. The three separate scenes are stunning in their beauty. Fore-edge: A match at the Royal and Ancient Course, St. Andrews, Scotland. Top-edge: A lady golfer troubled by a strong wind around her hat. Base-edge: A gentleman golfer in full swing. [kMW]

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        Origin of the the [sic] new system of manufacture, commonly called 'power-loom weaving', and the purposes for which this system was invented and brought into use, fully explained in a narrative, containing William Radcliffe's struggles through life to remove the cause which has brought this country to its present crisis. Written by himself.

      Stockport: printed and sold by James Lomax Advertiser-Office 1828 - 8vo., (2) + 216 + (2)pp., including the final errata leaf, title-page rather soiled and variable soiling elsewhere, contemporary, probably original, red cloth, rebacked with part of the original label retained, the covers generally soiled and worn, entirely uncut. First edition. William Radcliffe (1761?-1842), a Stockport cotton manufacturer and 'improver of cotton machinery' (ODNB), was closely involved with both the politics and technology of factory modernisation in the early years of the 19th century. Attacked by Luddite rioters in March 1812, when his machinery and furniture were destroyed and his wife injured (resulting in her early death a few weeks later), Radcliffe's business collapsed. His semi-autobiographical Origin of the new system of manufacture> is 'a rambling set of recollections' (ODNB) in which he blamed the 'Foreign Anglo Junto' centred on Manchester for all his troubles. Although not published until 1828, Radcliffe tells the reader that 'the narrative . was written in the years 1819 to 1822 inclusive, having been addressed in successive letters to a monthly club, the members of which were power-loom manufacturers; which club I had formed> in 1811 .'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Storia dell'Impero Osmano estratta la maggior parte da manoscritti e archivi da nessuno per lo innanzi usati. Opera originale tedesca del signor Giuseppe cav. De Hammer. [Opera Completa].

      1828 - Traduzione di Romanini Samuele. Pubblicati tra il 1828 al 1831. Ogni vol. presenta altro frontespizio calcografico. Le c. di tav. sono inventate e disegnate Cecilio Rizzardini e incise da Girolamo Bozza. Illustrata ed arricchita di molte aggiunte dalla stesso autore e tradotta in italiano per la prima volta da Samuele Romanini. Venezia, Giuseppe Antonelli, 1828; 24 voll., br., pp. 732, ill. b/n, cm 10,5x16. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Narrative of a Journey through the Upper Provinces of India,

      London: John Murray,, 1828. 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. In two volumes. 2 volumes, quarto, (268 × 210 mm). Contemporary diced calf, roundel and arabesque rolled panel to the boards, double red-tan labels, spine gilt with scrolled lozenge and arabesque corner-pieces to the compartments, marbled endpapers and edges. 10 plates engraved by Finden from Heber's own drawings, attractive engraved map hand-coloured in outline, 26 woodcuts in the text. Spines toned, a couple of faint scratches to covers; an excellent set. First edition of the valuable travel journal of Reginald Heber (1783–1826), half-brother of the bibliomaniac Richard Heber, who was appointed bishop of Calcutta in 1823, only the second person to hold that post, at a time when the diocese included not only the whole of India but southern Africa and Australia too. Heber spent much of his time ministering to the Anglican communities scattered throughout the Indian subcontinent. His most notable journey, of a length and difficulty unprecedented for a Church of England bishop, was the one which he undertook across northern India – up the Gangetic plain, through the mountains of Kumaon and the deserts of Rajputana, and finally visiting Ceylon on his way back to Calcutta by sea. His journal was edited by his widow and published posthumously. Five editions had been published by 1844.

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        De l'orthomorphie, par rapport à l'espèce humaine ou recherches anatomico-pathologiques sur les causes, les moyens de prévenir, ceux de guérir les principales difformités, et sur les véritables fondements de l'art appelé orthopédique.

      Paris, Gabon, 1828 - Paris, Gabon, 1828; 2 tomes de texte in-8 et 1 atlas in-folio; Tome I : (6), IX, 382 pp.; Tome II : (4), 402 pp.; atlas : 114 pp., 77 planches ; volumes de texte en demi-toile chagrinée d'époque, coins émoussés, quelques rousseurs pâles (plus importantes sur les premiers et derniers feuillets), étiquette ex-libris (c & j-c r) ; atlas dans son cartonnage d'éditeur, reliure défraîchie, fentes au niveau des charnières (mais coutures solides) et petits manques de papier au dos, quelques rousseurs dans le texte, planches en bel état. Edition originale, rare. Ouvrage original et remarquable, au retentissement considérable, ayant permis à l'orthopédie de s'imposer en tant que spécialité à part entière. C'est le premier traité à donner une vue générale et complète sur les difformités du corps humain. Il est entièrement basé sur l'expérience personnelle de Delpech et comporte l'un des plus beaux atlas existants en orthopédie. Delpech analyse la dynamique de la fonction articulaire et attribue aux ligaments un rôle secondaire, supplétif. Il laissa son nom à une loi concernant la croissance osseuse. Delpech étudie les facteurs aggravants de la scoliose (insistant sur le rôle des disques intervertébraux et de la croissance asymétrique du rachis). Il introduit l'usage de la gymnastique, associée à des appareils et des corsets correcteurs, dans le traitement des déviations de la colonne vertébrale. Par ailleurs, Delpech démontre la nature tuberculeuse du mal de Pott. L'iconographie est représentée par 21 planches gravées sur cuivre (représentant des vertèbres) et par 57 planches (dont 2 dépliantes) lithographiées par Donnadieu (de Montpellier), représentant de charmantes scènes animées, avec l'appareillage utilisé. Notre exemplaire est bien complet des 77 planches numérotées I à LXXVIII (une note de l'éditeur, en bas de la p.90, indique qu'il n'y a pas de planche LVIII). Jacques Mathieu Delpech (1777-1832), qui s'illustra en chirurgie orthopédique et aussi en chirurgie plastique, fut professeur de clinique chirurgicale à la Faculté de médecine de Montpellier. Il fut membre de l'Académie de Médecine. Références : Garrison & Morton 4315 : "Delpech did more than any other man toward the development of orthopaedics in France." ; Mostofi SB : Who's Who in Orthopedics, pp. 86-87 : "A comprehensive work concerning deformities and diseases of bones and joints. These two small volumes and the accompanying atlas volume, with its unique and beautiful illustrations, mark the beginning of the modern era of orthopedics." ; Peltier LF : The "back school" of Delpech in Montpellier, Clin Orthop Relat Res. 1983, 179, 4-9 ; Keith A : Menders of the Maimed, pp. 192-194, 212-214 : "One cannot open the pages of l'Orthomorphie without feeling that one is in the presence of a Master of Medicine."; Hagelin O : Kinetic Jottings (Rare and Curious Books in The Library of The Old Royal Central Institute of Gymnastics), pp. 134-137 : "Delpech's greatest work with the atlas containing 77 plates, many of which are of the greatest interest in the history of medical gymnastics"; Rey JC : Histoire du traitement de la scoliose, Histoire des Sciences Médicales, 2008, XLII(1), 21-28 ; Hahn A & Dumaître P : Histoire de la médecine et du livre medical, p. 351; Goldschmid E : Entwicklung und Bibliographie der pathologisch-anatomischen Abbildung, pp. 130-131. © S.A.S. Jean-Pierre Aubert, 2017. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bidrag till machin-lärans utveckling, sasom förberedelse till en handbok för bruuks-byggmästare.

      Stockholm, Norstedt et Söner, 1828. ____ "Matériaux pour servir au développement de la Mécanique et comme introduction à un manuel du constructeur de fourneaux". Ouvrage technique illustré par 11 planches hors-texte, au trait, schématisant un marteau pour les forges. Mention manuscrite de l'époque sur une page de garde: "Instruction sur les machines à l'usage des architectes des forges". Cachet sur le titre. *-------* One copy in OCLC only (Stockholm). In-8. [221 x 137 mm] Collation : VIII, (2), 106, (2) pp., 11 planches hors-texte. Broché, couverture muette de l'époque.

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        ALBUM. - Freundschaftsalbum von 1828.

      Ca. 1828 - 21,5 x 29 cm. Mit 1 altkolor. Tuschfederzeichnung, 11 Aquarelle, 2 Stickbildern, 3 Scherenschnitten, 2 Ziehbildern, 5 Bleistiftzeichnungen, 2 altkolor. Umrißradierungen, 3 (davon 1 altkolor.) Lithographien, 2 Kupferstichen, und mehreren beschriebenen Blättern. Pgt. d. Zt. mit reicher Goldpräg. und Schuber. Freundschaftsalbum. Die Tuschfederzeichnung zeigt in mehreren Bildern mit Strichmännchen eine Beschreibung des Quadrille-Tanzes mit englischer Erklärung darunter. Die Aquarelle zeigen ein Porträt von Angelika Kauffmann, ein Porträt in Braun von Raffael, 3 hübsche Aquarelle (je 13,5 x 19 cm) vom Kilravock Castel in Schottland, 2 mit Schmetterlingen, 2 mit Vögeln, Landschaftsdarstellung mit Fluss (14 x 18 cm), fünf Männer am Strand mit einem Boot (13 x 11 cm). Die Stickbildchen mit Blumen, Herzen und Vögeln. Die Scherenschnitte stellen einen Schmetterling, einen Vogel und eine Landschaft mit Tieren dar. Die Ziehbilder "Das Bild der Holden die ich meine", bei Paterno in Wien und "Was ist beglückender als Reichthum, Ehre Macht .", mit einem Schmetterling (leider ist der Zugmechanismus defekt). Die Bleistiftzeichungen zeigen drei Männer-Porträts (zwei davon je ca. 9 x 9 cm und 20,5 x 28,5 cm), einen Ochsen (6,5 x 9,5 cm) eine Landschaft mit Gebirge und einer Ortschaft (18 x 25 cm). Die beiden Umrißradierungen mit Tempeldarstellungen (je ca. 6 x 9 cm; rechts, links und oben bis auf die getuschte Einfassungslinie geschnitten). Die Lithographie mit Tierdarstellungen (Ziegenböcke, Kühe und Hirsch mit Hund). Die kleinen Kupferstiche mit einem Porträt in Ganzfigur von Napoleon und einem Brustbild von Salvatore. - Der prachtvolle Einband leicht fingerfleckig.

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        Marat'ha Translation of Berquin's Children's Friend

      First edition, very rare, of this translation to Marathi, prepared by Sadasiva Kasinatha Chhatre; this is volume 1 of 2, which was only published 5 years later. The work is entirely lithographed on blue gray, and cream paper stocks. It is a translation of Berquin´s collection of moral tales for young people, which first appeared in periodical form in 1782-83 as L'Ami des Enfants and in 1783-84 in English translation as The Children's Friend. This edition is the rarest of all, and a very early testimony to lithographic printing in Bombay, which had started a few years before. The extreme rarity of the work is considerable, OCLC locates only a copy of Volume 1 at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and a complete set at the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris; COPAC also notes a School of Oriental and African Studies copy of Volume 2. There is no copy recorded in ABPC or RHB, before this one. Provenance: later 19th-century owner's inscription inside front cover.

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        The Continental Traveller's Oracle; or, Maxims for Foreign Locomotion. By Dr. Abraham Eldon. Edited by his Nephew.

      - London, Henry Colburn, 1828. Two volumes, small 8vo. Original publisher's cloth-backed drab boards, spines with black paper labels, printed in gold; pp. viii, 277; [ii], 285, [2, advertisements]; extremities a little darkened and worn, apart from the occasional spotting a good, uncut copy in the rarely seen publisher's binding; housed in a purpose-made cloth drop-back box. Rare first edition of an idiosyncratic Grand Tour book, written by an Irish Catholic nobleman of Norman descent, who married a relative of Napoleon, whom he had met while on his Grand Tour in Italy (1815-1825). All their children used the name Bonaparte-Wyse.'Wyse wintered in 1815â€"16 at Rome, where he met Cardinal Consalvi, the reforming papal secretary of state, and Lucien Bonaparte, prince of Canino, a younger brother of the emperor Napoleon. Wyse and Lucien shared literary interests, and he was a frequent guest at the prince's country homes near Viterbo. He travelled through France, Switzerland, and Italy from 1816 to 1818, and ventured into the eastern Mediterranean in 1818 and 1819, touring Greece, Constantinople, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, and Sicily in the company of Charles Barry, the Gothic revival architect. On returning to Italy, Wyse visited Canino, where Lucien helped him convince himself that he was in love with Letitia Christine (1804â€"1871), Lucien's eldest daughter. Princess Letitia, accounted the most beautiful of her generation of Bonapartes, was young, unformed, and unacquainted with society; Wyse, urged on by Sheil, agreed to the enthusiastic Lucien's proposal and persuaded his reluctant parents' (Oxford DNB). Thomas Wyse opens the work with the old device of telling the story of having found a manuscript in Florence whilst sorting out the execution of the will and legal matters of his deceased uncle, Abraham Eldon, whose Grand Tour recollections fill the two volumes. Young Abe had been sent to the Continent for health reasons. The narrative of Italy is a persiflage of a Grand Tour memoir; Eldon, of course, is a Protestent Anglo-Saxon and rages against Popery: 'It is quite clear, agriculture can never flourish as long as they believe in transubstantiation [!], and that we never should have heard of the malaria under a Protestant church-by-law-established religion and priesthood' (I, p. 27), whilst Bologna is a town not altogether unworthy of its learning and sausages, though, after much inquiry, I could find neither of such quality as to satisfy me' (p. 25). Wyse ridicules the attitudes of English tourists in letting Eldon write 'I am a lover of the arts, by having had the advantage of hearing other people talk of them. I profited, therefore, as the reader may imagine, by my visit to such a place as Naples. I bought twelve distemper drawings, of Eruptions of Mount Vesuvius - nothing finer could be done in that way: they must have been excellent representations, for they resembled much some scenes of the same subject I saw the year before at Covent Garden pp. 33/4). Pine-Coffin R828/2, not in Ingamells; there is only one record of this title having appeared on the book auction market, as part of Grand Tour sale. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De lingua anatomica quaedam et semiotica

      Dissertatio inauguralis quam consensu inclyti medicorum ordinis Pro Gradu Doctoris in medicina et chirurgica publice defendet auctor Robert Froriep. Bonn : Abbeville Press, 1828. First edition, quarto, contemporary blue boards (corners worn, lightly marked) with linen spine, printed paper label on cover, 89pp, 8 engraved plates (4 hand-coloured). Doctoral dissertation on the anatomy, pathological conditions and foetal development of the human tongue. The coloured plates are exceptionally vivid and visually striking.

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        The Hobart Town Gazette (complete run of issues for the year 1828)

      Hobart : James Ross, Government Printer, 1828. A complete run of 52 issues for the year 1828: vol. XIII, no. 608, January 5, 1828 - vol. XIII, no. 659, December 27, 1828. Large quarto, bound in contemporary blue-papered boards with manuscript dates to front and spine; most issues [4] pp; some issues with supplement (Government and General Orders); numerous issues annotated with the subscriber's name Rev. William Garrard; most issues bearing the official 2d newspaper duty stamp in orange; inevitable browning and light foxing, but a very good run, complete, as issued, in a characterful contemporary binding. The Hobart Town Gazette, and Southern Reporter (later simply known as the Hobart Town Gazette) commenced publication in June, 1816, and was issued weekly, appearing every Saturday. James Ross arrived in Hobart from Scotland as a free settler in December 1822, and was granted 1000 acres of land on the River Shannon. After founding a school near Hobart and acting as tutor to Governor Arthur's children, Ross was appointed joint Government Printer with George Howe and from June 1825 he and Howe published the Gazette together, until Ross took over sole printing duties in February 1827. This complete run of issues of the Gazette for the year 1828 contains a vast amount of information on the development of Hobart and its society of the period.

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        The Complete Vocal Instructor. Dedicated to the Ladies of Baltimore

      Geo. Willig Jr., Baltimore 1828 - A scarce and early American musical instructor, written by Henri-Noel Gilles, brother of Peter Gilles, Jr, one of the original twelve directors of the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia. Published by George Willig, Jr., one of the earliest musical publishers in America. "A new crop of emigrant musicians arriv(ed) after the War of 1812.Significant among these latest newcomers were. Denis-Germain Etienne, a prize-winning graduate of the Paris Conservatoire, and his equally distinguished compatriots the Gilles, father and two sons, all of whom arrived from France about 1815. They presented a series of fashionable "Academic and Didactical Concerts," highly successful despite their forbidding name. Notwithstanding their extraordinary success, about 1818 they disbanded - the 2 Peter Gilleses to settle in Philadelphia, Henri-Noel in Baltimore, and Etienne to remain in New York, where he assumed a leading position in the music community." (Lawrence, Vera Brodsky. Strong on Music: Resonances, 1836-1850, p.xl.) "Gilles, who based his Vocal Instructor on the principles of composition and vocal instruction which he had learned at the Paris Conservatory, specifically attributed his discussion of the principles of melody to Antonin Reicha, whose Traite de Melodie (1814) Gilles claimed to be "The first treatise on melody, distinct from harmony.that has ever been composed." (The Quarto, Quarterly for the Clements Library Associates, Univ. of Michigan, No. 123, January 1979.) Very uncommon: OCLC: 7629695 cites copies at Johns Hopkins, Free Library of Philadelphia & the State Library of Penn.; OCLC: 84569578 at American Antiquarian Society & the Clements Library at the Univ. of Michigan; OCLC: 43191335 at the New York Public. Shoemaker 33357.Signed by the author at the foot of the title page. An instructional work on singing, with exercises, lessons, a list of subscribers, and a section on Italian pronunciation. The Third Part includes Six Vocal Lessons, composed by H. N. Giles; A Vocal Lesson, composed by M. P. Gilles for Tenor Voice; and A Vocal Lesson, composed by D. Etienne. Folio, viii, 99pp. Three quarter brown leather with marbled boards. Gilt title on red label at front cover. Covers quite rubbed, spine lacking. Loose in covers, some foxing at pages. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des émigrés français depuis 1789 jusqu'en 1828.

      Paris, L. F. Hivert, 1828, 3 vol. in 8°, de 4ff. XLVII-368pp., 2ff-420pp., et 2ff-385pp., index en fin de chaque vol., demi-veau brun époque, dos lisse orné, deux coiffes sup. lég. restaurées et rousseurs, sinon bon exemplaire. La première histoire générale de l'émigration. L'auteur épouse complètement la cause des émigrés. Il écrit sans archives, mais a recueilli beaucoup de témoignages de contemporains ayant vécu l'émigration. Son étude est orientée vers la vie des princes, délaissant ainsi la vie quotidienne des émigrés, c'est donc une vision partiale et partielle mais cependant très documentée.

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        Blick von einer Anhöhe im Südwesten auf die Stadt mit der Martinskirche in der Bildmitte und der Trausnitz rechts oben; links die Isar, in der Ferne Bergpanorama.

       Altkol. Lithographie von Gustav Kraus bei Lacroix, um 1828, 25 x 41 cm. Pressler 176; Lentner 8687. - Prächtige Ansicht aus der 1829 erschienenen Folge \"22 Ansichten bayerischer Städte\". Breitrandig und sehr gut erhalten. Feines Kolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Niederbayern

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        Storia dell'Impero Osmano estratta la maggior parte da manoscritti e archivi da nessuno per lo innanzi usati. Opera originale tedesca del signor Giuseppe cav. De Hammer. [Opera Completa].,1828

      Traduzione di Romanini Samuele. Pubblicati tra il 1828 al 1831. Ogni vol. presenta altro frontespizio calcografico. Le c. di tav. sono inventate e disegnate Cecilio Rizzardini e incise da Girolamo Bozza. Illustrata ed arricchita di molte aggiunte dalla stesso autore e tradotta in italiano per la prima volta da Samuele Romanini. Venezia, Giuseppe Antonelli, 1828; 24 voll., br., pp. 732, ill. b/n, cm 10,5x16. italiano

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        TRAVELS THROUGH NORTH AMERICA, DURING THE YEARS 1825 AND 1826

      Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Banchard. Very Good+. 1828. First Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes in one. 212 & 238pp. Rebound in orange leather with an ornate gilt border on front cover. Black spine label. Interior of text is tight, clean & intact. Scattered foxing. First edition in English, originally published in German the same year. Bernhard of aristocratic military rank traveled throughout America & made in-depth observations of the developing country. Americana, Usiana; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 450 pages .

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        The French Cook

      Carey, Lea, & Carey, Philadelphia 1828 - Contemporary half red leather, heavily worn and chipped, corners worn and bumped, spine chipped with some loss, hinges cracked but binding still secure if a little loose. Heavy browning and staining to preliminaries and plates, moderate foxing to first 2/3 of book, lighter thereafter. tear to bottom corner of the second to last index leaf with loss of a few letters; a functional and complete copy of a scarce book in a period binding. The first American edition of Ude's popular French Cookery. 439pp and 8 plates of menus. Bitting 471Louis Estache Ude's French Cook follows in the footsteps of La Chapelle in importing French cookery to an English, and now American, audience. The first French cookbook published in America, its effect on high society was tremendous. His turtle soup was so perfect (and detailed - in a book of mostly pithy recipes it occupies 3 pages) that Miss Beeton herself stole it. Size: 8vo. Previous owner's signature in ink. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000281. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MONSTRA ANIMALIUM DUPLICIA per ANATOMEN INDAGATA. Habito Respectu ad Physiologiam Medicinam Forensem et Artem Obstetriciam. Descripsit Iconibusque Illustravit. Tomus Primus. Accedunt Tabulae Aeneae XV.

      Lipsiae: Leopoldi Vossii, 1828. [i]-x, [1]-142 pages of text. Original plain covers with a printed paper front cover label; protected in custom-fitted archival mylar. The paper spine label is a recent addition. The text is affected by light and scattered foxing, and staining to the top corner near spine. The final pages of text and all of the plates have staining and some loss of paper to the top inner corner near the spine, not affecting text or the illustrations. Volume one only of a two volume set, but this is the volume with the plates. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Good condition. Quarto (4to).

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        Engl.(isches) Rennpferd "Velocipede" 1828.

      Selb Rosenthal oJ - Polychrom von Hand bemalte Porzellanplatte im vergoldeten Original-Rahmen. (Rahmen: 22 x 28 cm; Innenmaß: 16 x 22,5 cm). - Handgemaltes englisches Rennpferd Velocipede auf Porzellanplatte, von Rosenthal - Die Darstellung folgt der Ikomographie der mehrfach variierten und bekannten Gemälde von Ferneley, nur die zusätzliche Person(en) und ein weiteres Pferd wurden weggelassen, um sich auf das Pferd und den auf ihm sitzenden Jockey in seiner typischen Bekleidung mit Kappe, roter Weste und gelber Reithose zu konzentrieren. In weiter Ferne sorgen eine Tribüne und angedeutete Zuschauer für Rennatmosphäre. Verso mit gelber Stempelmarke ("Rosenthat Germany"), Malersignatur, Original-Klebeetikett "Rosenthal Weltmarke des Porzellans" und gelber Kartusche mit der Bezeichnung "Engl. Rennpferd 'Velocipede' 1828", sowie einer handschriftlichen privaten Widmung aus dem Jahre 1940 zu einem 80. Geburtstag. Sehr gut erhaltenes Stück im originalen, reich vergoldeten Holzrahmen. Noch heute wird Velocipede (1825 - 1859) unter den erfolgreichsten Rennpferden aller Zeiten genannt, zu seiner Zeit war es eines der besten britischen Rennpferde. "Velocipede (1825-1850) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a racing career which was restricted by injury he raced nine times in three years, recording seven wins, one second and one third place. Although he ran only in Yorkshire and Lancashire and was beaten into third place in his most important race, the St Leger Stakes, Velocipede was regarded by nineteenth century experts as one of the best British horses of the era. He later became a successful breeding stallion. (.)" ex: wiki (en) "John E. Ferneley (18 May 1782 Thrussington, Leicestershire - 1860 Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire), was an English painter who specialised in portraying sporting horses and hunting scenes. Although his rendition of horses was stylised, he is regarded as one of the great British equine artists, second perhaps only to George Stubbs. (.)" ex: wiki (en) [Horse Racing; Pferdezucht; Pferde] * Versand mit/ shipping with Deutsche Post oder/ or DHL. - Ask for more pics ! * 3500 gr.

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        Vollständiges Gebetbuch für katholische Christen [German Catholic Prayer Book Manuscript]

      1828 - 12mo. 260 numbered pages & 12 blank leaves bound in original dark green velvet with folding flap and heart-shaped metal lock. Lacking clasp. Marbled endpapers, inside of flap marbled. Oval hand-colored paste-down frontispiece, title-page also with small hand-colored paste-down. Bottom margin of title-page with note by writer of manuscript: "geschrieben von Aug. Grieger(?)_ _ als Andenken für meine_ _ _ _ _ _ 1828." Manuscript contains over 150 Catholic prayers. Heading of each prayer in decorative red and blue lettering. 12 blank leaves in rear. Fourteen (3" x 4") manuscript leaves from the period, laid-in. Not in same handwriting as prayer book manuscript. Three identical (2" x 2 3/4") illustrated "Andenken an Andechs" (Andechs memorial cards) with engraving, golden borders and decorative edges, also laid-in. Engraving shows a protective Mother Mary over the town of Andechs. Prayer printed in German, gothic script on verso of card.Some age wear and staining on velvet. Rubbing and very slight chipping on head and tail of spine. Interior in very good to near fine condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sermons.

      Printed by J. Ritchie . 1828., Edinburgh: - 8vo. viii, 541, [3] pp. Errata leaf. Original black blind-stamped morocco, 5 raised bands, elaborate blind-stamped spine with gilt title, a.e.g., bound by Alexander Banks, Jr., Edinburgh, with his binder’s label; rubbed. Very good. WITH A STUNNING THREE-WAY GOLF FORE-EDGE PAINTING, painted by Martin Frost with his initials in the painting; painted in 1995. The three separate scenes are stunning in their beauty. Fore-edge: A match at the Royal and Ancient Course, St. Andrews, Scotland. Top-edge: A lady golfer troubled by a strong wind around her hat. Base-edge: A gentleman golfer in full swing. [kMW] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Complete Vocal Instructor. Dedicated to the Ladies of Baltimore

      Baltimore: Geo. Willig Jr., 1828. Hardcover. Good +. A scarce and early American musical instructor, written by Henri-Noel Gilles, brother of Peter Gilles, Jr, one of the original twelve directors of the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia. Published by George Willig, Jr., one of the earliest musical publishers in America. "A new crop of emigrant musicians arriv(ed) after the War of 1812...Significant among these latest newcomers were... Denis-Germain Etienne, a prize-winning graduate of the Paris Conservatoire, and his equally distinguished compatriots the Gilles, father and two sons, all of whom arrived from France about 1815... They presented a series of fashionable "Academic and Didactical Concerts," highly successful despite their forbidding name. Notwithstanding their extraordinary success, about 1818 they disbanded - the 2 Peter Gilleses to settle in Philadelphia, Henri-Noel in Baltimore, and Etienne to remain in New York, where he assumed a leading position in the music community." (Lawrence, Vera Brodsky. Strong on Music: Resonances, 1836-1850, p.xl.) "Gilles, who based his Vocal Instructor on the principles of composition and vocal instruction which he had learned at the Paris Conservatory, specifically attributed his discussion of the principles of melody to Antonin Reicha, whose Traite de Melodie (1814) Gilles claimed to be "The first treatise on melody, distinct from harmony..that has ever been composed." (The Quarto, Quarterly for the Clements Library Associates, Univ. of Michigan, No. 123, January 1979.) Very uncommon: OCLC: 7629695 cites copies at Johns Hopkins, Free Library of Philadelphia & the State Library of Penn.; OCLC: 84569578 at American Antiquarian Society & the Clements Library at the Univ. of Michigan; OCLC: 43191335 at the New York Public. Shoemaker 33357. Signed by the author at the foot of the title page. An instructional work on singing, with exercises, lessons, a list of subscribers, and a section on Italian pronunciation. The Third Part includes Six Vocal Lessons, composed by H. N. Giles; A Vocal Lesson, composed by M. P. Gilles for Tenor Voice; and A Vocal Lesson, composed by D. Etienne. Folio, viii, 99pp. Three quarter brown leather with marbled boards. Gilt title on red label at front cover. Covers quite rubbed, spine lacking. Loose in covers, some foxing at pages.

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        Itinerario para saver las distancias, caminos cerros, rios y demas desde Tampico, Turpan y Marina Vieja para Mejico, Queretaro, S. Luis Potosi Aguayo y otros puntos. Con expression de los Fuertes y Fuerzas q. se encuentran [with] Ytinerarios dedicados al Exmo. Sr. Cap. Gral D. Francisco Dionisio Vives, por el Brig. Joaquin de Arredondo.

      A remarkable pair of manuscripts, containing a detailed route between the cities of Tampico, Queretaro, Marina Vieja, San Luis Potosi, and Aguayo, in Mexico; the second Ytinerario is signed at the by Joaquin de Arredondo at La Habana, and dedicated to Francisco Dionisio Vives (1755 - 1840), Governor and Captain General of Cuba from 1823 to 1832. Arredondo (1776 - 1837) was a Spanish and Mexican colonial officer and soldier, son to an important colonial Spanish officer, Nicolas de Arredondo, Governor of Cuba. Arredondo served during the last decades of Spanish rule in Mexico, as Infantry Commander in Veracruz, Governor of Nuevo Santander, and participated actively in suffocating the first Texas revolution against the Spanish. His command would be remembered for his persecution of insurgents, and the campaigns against Miguel Hidalgo (1811); his efficacy gained him favor, and was appointed Commander of the Provincias Internas (modern Coahuila, Texas, and Nuevo Leon), period under which Arredondo got acquainted with the Apaches, and Comanches, and suffocated the Texas revolution, with extreme prejudice. By 1821, Mexico had gained its independence, leaving Arredondo free of his command -although he tried to keep it by swearing fealty to the new Republic. This Derrotero is signed from Havana, the site of his retirement, probably compiled during his period as colonial officer in Mexico and Texas, where he enjoyed a privileged position as to routes knowledge. Each manuscript is preceded by a title, with a foliation on top left "Num 4º" and "Num 5º" respectively.

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        Massa out "Sambo Werry Dry"

      A fine mezzotint on wove paper by Pidding (1797 - 1864) depicting a black man sitting at a table near the window, pouring out a glass for himself with a dog sitting at his feet. Taken from the original picture in the collection of Charles Townsend. Very attractive and decorative. Exceedingly rare,we have been only able to trace one -imperfect- example sold at auction: Christie's, Sale 5955, Lot 1243 (£938).

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        Plan Des Iles Vanikoro Ou De La Perouse. Voyage De L'Astrolabe

      France 1828 - Original hand-coloured engraving from the Astrolabe's 1st voyage showing the Island of Vanikoro (one of the Santa Cruz Islands, part of the archipelago of the Solomon Islands). Free-floating & backed. A very handsome map.

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        A pilgrimage in Europe and America, leading to the discovery of the sources of the Mississippi and Bloody River; with a description of the whole course of the former, and of the Ohio

      London: printed for Hunt and Clarke, 1828. First edition in English of the author's La decouverte des sources du Mississippi (1824), 2 vols., 8vo, pp. lxxvi, 472, [1]; [2], 54 (i.e. 545), [5]; portrait frontis, 2 engraved folding plans, large folding map of the length of the Mississippi, and 3 engraved plates of Indian ornaments; plates a bit spotted, but generally a very good, bright copy in gilt-stamped green morocco, a.e.g. Volume I contains an account of the author's travels in England, Germany, France and Italy. Sabin 4605 (erroneously calling for only 1 plan): "The author accompanied Major Long in his second expedition, who remarks: An Italian whom we met at Fort St. Anthony [i.e. Fort Snelling] attached himself to the expedition, and accompanied us to Pembina. He has recently published a book which we notice merely on account of the fictions and misrepresentations which it contains. The Revue encyclopedique (1826) criticized the work severely, and doubted the discovery. The author replied in a Lettre sur la decouverte d'un manuscript mexicain, which was printed...in the English edition of his Pilgrimage." Howes B-338; Clark II, 182; Wagner-Camp 26a.2; Pilling, Algonquian, p. 42; Field 111: "Volume II is almost entirely devoted to the author's travels among the Northwestern Indians, of whom he gives some novel particulars. The narratives of what he witnessed are tinged with the peculiar glow of the author's temperament. Beltrami must have moved in a gigantic world, if he saw external objects through the same media with which he viewed his own person and accomplishments."

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        The Last of the Mohicans : Narrative of 1757 [Provenance]

      London: Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Stationers-Hall Court, 1828. Half-Calf. Near Fine+. "Second Edition. In Three Volumes." 16mo: xi,[1],287,[1]; [2],276; [2],295,[1]pp. Half calf and marbled boards, spines in five compartments (each with central cartouche in blind), gilt rules, black morocco lettering pieces gilt, edges marbled. Provenance, small book label on each front paste down of "Thomas Digby Legard, Ganton," seventh (1762-1830) or eighth (1803-1860) baronet of Ganton, whose progenitor, John Legard, for whom the baronetcy was created in 1660, fought as a Royalist in the Civil War and sat as Member of Parliament for Scarborough after the Restoration. An excellent set, bindings square, tight and bright, title pages foxed with very light sporadic foxing thereafter, in custom-made folding half morocco case stamped in gilt. Not in Spiller & Blackburn. OCLC: 8506345, citing only two copies worldwide (American Antiquarian Society and Univ. of Tulsa). Second British Edition of Cooper's masterpiece. "The second and most famous of the [five] Leatherstocking Tales, and the first in which the scout Natty Bumpo was made the symbol of all that was wise, heroic and romantic." Grolier American 100, 34) "Set in 1757, during the French and Indian wars, The Last of the Mohicans established Natty Bumppo (called “Hawkeye” in this novel) as one of the immortal figures of American literature and indeed of the American imagination. Like the magnificent landscape of forests and waterfalls in which he moves, Natty is here restored to the full vigor of an earlier period of life. With his role as frontier scout and his hunting outfit which combines white and native elements, he appears to inhabit a liminal space between the culture of his origin and the world of his friends, the native warriors Chingachgook and his son Uncas, the last Mohican of the title." (The Literary Encyclopedia) N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Den Siste Mohikanen . . . Ofversattning af Ludwig Westerberg

      Stockholm: Georg Scheutz, 1828 - 3 vols in 1, 8vo, contemporary tan quarter calf, marbled boards, orange leather label, gilt decorations and lettering. Translated by Ludvig Westerberg. Lacking the rear free endpaper; binding somewhat rubbed; very good copy. Spiller & Blackburn, page 46; OCLC records three copies (National Library of Sweden, Delaware & AAS) First edition of the first Swedish translation of The Last of the Mohicans. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Complete Vocal Instructor. Dedicated to the Ladies of Baltimore

      Baltimore: Geo. Willig Jr., 1828. Hardcover. Good +. A scarce and early American musical instructor, written by Henri-Noel Gilles, brother of Peter Gilles, Jr, one of the original twelve directors of the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia. Published by George Willig, Jr., one of the earliest musical publishers in America. "A new crop of emigrant musicians arriv(ed) after the War of 1812...Significant among these latest newcomers were... Denis-Germain Etienne, a prize-winning graduate of the Paris Conservatoire, and his equally distinguished compatriots the Gilles, father and two sons, all of whom arrived from France about 1815... They presented a series of fashionable "Academic and Didactical Concerts," highly successful despite their forbidding name. Notwithstanding their extraordinary success, about 1818 they disbanded - the 2 Peter Gilleses to settle in Philadelphia, Henri-Noel in Baltimore, and Etienne to remain in New York, where he assumed a leading position in the music community." (Lawrence, Vera Brodsky. Strong on Music: Resonances, 1836-1850, p.xl.)"Gilles, who based his Vocal Instructor on the principles of composition and vocal instruction which he had learned at the Paris Conservatory, specifically attributed his discussion of the principles of melody to Antonin Reicha, whose Traite de Melodie (1814) Gilles claimed to be "The first treatise on melody, distinct from harmony..that has ever been composed." (The Quarto, Quarterly for the Clements Library Associates, Univ. of Michigan, No. 123, January 1979.) Very uncommon: OCLC: 7629695 cites copies at Johns Hopkins, Free Library of Philadelphia & the State Library of Penn.; OCLC: 84569578 at American Antiquarian Society & the Clements Library at the Univ. of Michigan; OCLC: 43191335 at the New York Public. Shoemaker 33357.Signed by the author at the foot of the title page. An instructional work on singing, with exercises, lessons, a list of subscribers, and a section on Italian pronunciation. The Third Part includes Six Vocal Lessons, composed by H. N. Giles; A Vocal Lesson, composed by M. P. Gilles for Tenor Voice; and A Vocal Lesson, composed by D. Etienne. Folio, viii, 99pp. Three quarter brown leather with marbled boards. Gilt title on red label at front cover. Covers quite rubbed, spine lacking. Loose in covers, some foxing at pages.

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        The Life of the Celebrated Sir Francis Drake, the First English Circumnavigator. Reprinted from The Biographia Britannica

      London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1828. Includes a note: "To Mrs. Hutton / with / Sir F & Lady Drake's / Respects & Best Wishes / July 1829". 30 cm x 21 cm, pp. 58, engraved frontispiece printed by Hullmandel, one illustration. Original paper boards, paper cover label, expertly rebacked. Covers a bit scuffed, rear corners bumped, else a very good copy.. Hardcover. Very Good. Book.

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        THERESIANUM WIEN MATURAJAHRGANG 1828 PORTRAITS, SCHÜLERLISTEN, PÜFUNGSLISTEN, PHOTOS,Sammlung von Porträtlithographien Großteils von Josef Kriehuber aus dem Jahr 1828, dargestellt sind Schüler des Maturajahrganges 1828

      - insg. 24 Portrait Lithographien, davon 21 von Josef Kriehuber, Die Portraits sind zumeist auf Trägerpapiere montiert, hinter der Grafik befindet sich zumeist ein tabellarischer Lebenslauf der Schüler, bei 2 Blättern ist auf dem Trägerpapier ein Photo des Schüler aus späteren Jahren montiert. Weitere Beilagen sind handschriftliche Schülerlisten, Prüfungslisten Zeitungsausschnitte und ein Brief eines ehemaligen Schulkameraden an den anderen aus dem Jahr 1878 ein 50 jähriges Maturatreffen besprechend. Beschreibung der Blätter: Kaiser Franz I.(von Axmann), Freiherr von Herzogenberg Kurator im Theresianumg, Peter Bruckner Provinzial des Ordens der frommen Schulen der Böhmisch. Mährischen Provinz, Direktor der k.k. Theresianischen Ritter-Akademie Lithographie von Lanzedelly nach einem Gemälde von Göbel 1823 ( gest. Auspitz 19.06.1825), SCHÜLER: Joseph Abramovic v. Adelburg letzter Direktor des Spielberges in Brünn (geb. Hernals im Nov. 1816), Hieronymus Cattanei Di Momo , Carl Freiherr von Coletti (geb. Wien 10.12 1806- gest. Wien 22.11.1880), Paul Graf von Coudenhove (geb. Wien 08.08.1808 gest. Wien 29.03.1864), Ludwig Freiherr de-Vaux ( geb. Wien 8.08.1805-gest.20.05.1861), Anton Freiherr von Forgatsch (geb. Brünn13.11.1804- gest. Wien 03.02.1861), Johann Nepomuk Ritter von Glantz (geb. Wien 10.03.1805-gest. Wien 15.04.1868), Franz Ritter von Guttenberg (geb. Wien 08.06. 1806 Wien August 1877), Leopold Friedrich von Illessy (geb. Fünfkirchen 01.01.1806 gest. 20.04.1840), Franz Freiherr von Kulmer (geb. Agram 04.03.1806- gest. Wien 17.11.1853), Paul Freiherr von Lang (geb. Wien 25.10.1807-gest. 01.02.1836), Carl Marek von Marchthal (geb. Freihermersdorf in Schlesien 19.04.1804 gest. Wien 23.01.1869), Albert Freiherr von Neuwall (geb. Wien 06.11.1807- gest. Wien 13.05,1870), Norbert Maria Graf von Pötting und Persing (geb. Ofen 30.06.1804-gest. 16.11.1882), Peter Freiherr Wucherer v. Huldenfeld (geb. Biedermannsdorf 13.10.1806- gest. Graz 17.03.1877), Franz Zeller v. Zellenberg ( geb. Wien 21.06.1805-gest. Wien13.08.1876), Ludwig Graf Wratislaw v. Mittrowitz (geb. Toponar in Ungarn 16.03.1805oder 1806, Karl Graf von Rothkirch-Panthen (geb. Ried OÖ oder Falkenau , preuß Schlesien , 02.12.1807, gest. Prag 31.03.1870), Johann Deodat Freiherr von Spiegelfeld ( geb. Marburg 13.04. 1806- gest. Baden bei Wien 11.12.1876), Eduard Staeger von Waldburg (geb. Wien 23.10. 1809)Die Österreichische Nationalbibliothek verfügt über ein vergleichbares Objekt vgl. Signatur PK 2388 POR de 500 Grafik

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        Die specielle Therapie nach den hinterlassenen Papieren des verstorbenen Aug.

      Wien, A. Doll, 1828-30. - 9 Bände. Gottl. Richter, hrsg. von Georg Aug. Richter. Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel (leicht berieben und bestossen). Lesky 545; vgl. Hirsch/H. IV, 800. - Der Wiener Nachdruck des erstmals in Berlin bei Nicolai erschienenen Werkes. Bd. 1 u. 2 behandelt in 2 Abteilungen die akuten Krankheiten, die Bde. 3-8 in 6 Abteilungen die chronischen Krankheiten, 9. Band Register. - August Gottlieb Richter (1742-1812), berühmter Chirurg, Prof. der Medizin in Göttingen, Leibarzt und Hofrat, veröffentlichte zahlreiche Schriften zur Chirurgie und reformierte die Augenheilkunde. - Exlibris. Titelblätter gestempelt, teilweise leicht braunfleckig, Innengelenke von Band 3 und 7 leicht angeplatzt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [MARQUESAS] Ueber den Ursprung des bürgerlichen Lebens und der Staatsform in den Südsee-Inseln, und

      zwar auf der Insel Nuckahiwah, einer der Washington-Inseln.pp 133-168 in: Karl Heinrich Ludwig Pőlitz (editor),Jahrbücher der Geschichte und Staatskunst :eine Monatsschrift. Leipzig : Hinrichs,May, 1828. Octavo, original printed wrappers, pp 113-224, partially uncut, with folio size folding lithographic plate of Marquesan tattoo designs at rear, a fine copy. Text in German in Fraktur. Extremely rare. The German naturalist and explorer Tilesius served as artist and marine biologist on the Nadezhda in Krusenstern's 1803-1806 expedition, the first Russian circumnavigation. The Nadezhda spent twelve days at Nuku Hiva in the Marquesas in May, 1804. Tilesius' important illustrated essay on the culture of Nuku Hiva is based on notes and drawings made during this visit. A single copy is recorded in Australasian collections (State Library of New South Wales).

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        A pilgrimage in Europe and America, leading to the discovery of the sources of the Mississippi and Bloody River; with a description of the whole course of the former, and of the Ohio

      London: printed for Hunt and Clarke, 1828. First edition in English of the author's La decouverte des sources du Mississippi (1824), 2 vols., 8vo, pp. lxxvi, 472, [1]; [2], 54 (i.e. 545), [5]; portrait frontis, 2 engraved folding plans, large folding map of the length of the Mississippi, and 3 engraved plates of Indian ornaments; plates a bit spotted, but generally a very good, bright copy in gilt-stamped green morocco, a.e.g. Volume I contains an account of the author's travels in England, Germany, France and Italy. Sabin 4605 (erroneously calling for only 1 plan): "The author accompanied Major Long in his second expedition, who remarks: An Italian whom we met at Fort St. Anthony [i.e. Fort Snelling] attached himself to the expedition, and accompanied us to Pembina. He has recently published a book which we notice merely on account of the fictions and misrepresentations which it contains. The Revue encyclopedique (1826) criticized the work severely, and doubted the discovery. The author replied in a Lettre sur la decouverte d'un manuscript mexicain, which was printed…in the English edition of his Pilgrimage." Howes B-338; Clark II, 182; Wagner-Camp 26a.2; Pilling, Algonquian, p. 42; Field 111: "Volume II is almost entirely devoted to the author's travels among the Northwestern Indians, of whom he gives some novel particulars. The narratives of what he witnessed are tinged with the peculiar glow of the author's temperament. Beltrami must have moved in a gigantic world, if he saw external objects through the same media with which he viewed his own person and accomplishments."

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        Commentaries on the causes, forms, symptoms and treatment, moral and medical, of insanity

      T. & J. Underwood, London 1828 - xv, 716pp. 225 x 142 mm. 19th century marbled boards, some wear, rebacked in cloth. Endpapers and first / last leaves foxed, bookplate removed from front pastedown. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience]
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