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        disquisitiones circa originem et decursum arteriarum mammalium EDITION ORIGINALE

      Lipsiae (Leipzick): Sumptibus Leopoldi Vossi., 1829. Fine. Sumptibus Leopoldi Vossi., Lipsiae (Leipzick) 1829, Grd in 4 (25,5x21,5cm), viii, 114. 4 pl., relié. - First Edition. Illustrated with 4 colored plates and 11 figs. shagreen posterior half black. Back with false nerves. Cold and golden threads. Between the title and editorial data, a rectangle 3 cm was cut, probably to remove a bookplate. Tail: Collège de France. 2 library labels on the back. Barkow (1798-1873) was professor of anatomy at the University of Breslau. His publications were rightly keymaps, including their illustrations. His correspondence with Darwin is well known. The book deals with the system of arteries in mammals. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Illustrée de 4 planches coloriées et de 11 figs. Reliure en demi chagrin noir postérieur. Dos à faux nerfs. Filets à froid et dorés. Entre le titre et les données éditoriales, un rectangle de 3 cm a été découpé, certainement pour faire disparaître un ex libris. En queue : Collège de France. 2 étiquettes de bibliothèque sur le dos. Barkow (1798-1873) fut professeur d'anatomie à l'université de Breslau. Ses publications étaient à juste titre renomées, notamment pour leurs illustrations. Sa correspondance avec Darwin est bien connue. L'ouvrage traite du système des artères chez les mammifères.

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        Mémoires sur Napoléon le Directoire Le Consulat L'Empire et la Restaurat EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Ladvocat, 1829. Fine. Ladvocat, Paris 1829-1830, 13x21,5cm, 10 volumes reliés. - first edition. Binders full fawn glazed calf, back smooth ornate friezes cold stamped, gilded friezes heads and tails, richly ornamented boards of a wide-stamped decoration consisting of a border and a central panel designed by nets and a roulette foliage, boards struck at their centers a large cartridge diamond-stamped and decorated with a quatrefoil guards and contreplats of handmade paper, green edges, elegant English romantic bindings of the time. Some small foxing, lack head of a higher cap, slight traces of rubbing on some minor back, some corners bumped. Provenance: the Bloomfield Library with engraved armorial bookplate pasted and heads of contreplats. Very nice copy perfectly and beautifully set in an elegant romantic contemporary binding in full glazed calf. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliures en plein veau glacé fauve, dos lisses richement ornés de frises estampées à froid, frises dorées en têtes et en queues, plats richement ornementés d'un large décor estampé à froid consistant en une bordure et un panneau central dessiné par des filets et d'une roulette à rinceaux, plats frappés en leurs centres d'un grand cartouche en losange et estampé à froid agrémenté d'un quadrilobe, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tranches vertes, élégantes reliures romantiques anglaises de l'époque. Quelques petites rousseurs, un manque en tête d'une coiffe supérieure, légères traces de frottements sans gravité sur certains dos, quelques coins émoussés. Provenance : de la bibliothèque de Bloomfield avec ses ex-libris armoriés gravés et encollés en têtes des contreplats. Très bel exemplaire parfaitement et magnifiquement établi dans une élégante reliure romantique de l'époque en plein veau glacé.  

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        Histoire de Napoléon EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Ambroise Dupont & Cie, 1829. Fine. Ambroise Dupont & Cie, Paris 1829, 14x23cm, 4 volumes reliés. - Second edition, partly original, revised, corrected and augmented, one of the few copies on laid only leading copies. Binders half morocco Russian fir with corners, back with five nerves slightly discolored quintuple set with gilded nets decorated with ornate gilded coffered typographical motifs, golden friezes head and tails, framing a net gilded on the boards of marbled paper , guards and contreplats paper to the tank, the time bindings signed Bibolet. Good book full of his 56 boards including 4 frontispieces and its seven folding maps. All boards and cards are drawn and glued on China laid paper, which is characteristic of large paper copies. Very nice copy elegantly established by Bibolet in a romantic binding and uniform at the time. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Deuxième édition, en partie originale, revue, corrigée et augmentée, un des rares exemplaires sur vergé, seuls grands papiers. Reliures en demi maroquin de Russie sapin à coins, dos légèrement décolorés à cinq nerfs sertis de quintuples filets dorés ornés de caissons ornementés de motifs typographiques dorés, frises dorées en tête et en queues, encadrement d'un filet doré sur les plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, reliures de l'époque signée de Bibolet. Ouvrage bien complet de ses 56 planches dont 4 frontispices ainsi que de ses 7 cartes dépliantes. Toutes les planches et cartes sont tirées sur Chine et encollées papier vergé, ce qui est caractéristique des exemplaires en grand papier. Très bel exemplaire très élégamment établi par Bibolet dans une reliure romantique et uniforme de l'époque.

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        CODIGO DE COMERCIO. Decretado, sancionado y promulgado en 30 de Mayo de 1829. Edición Oficial. Primera edición

      - Madrid, D. L. Amarita, 1829, 31x19,5 cm., en piel, 316 págs. Edición de lujo en tamaño folio sobre buen papel. Ejemplar con el interior muy limpio

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        A View of the Constitution of the United States

      1829. Used to Justify Secession Rawle, William [1759-1836]. A View of the Constitution of the United States of America. Philadelphia: Philip H. Nicklin, Law Bookseller, 1829. viii, [9]-349 pp. Octavo (8-3/4" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary sheep, rebacked in period style retaining lettering piece. Moderate rubbing and a few light scuffs to boards, corners bumped and worn. Moderate toning, occasional foxing and faint dampstaining. Early owner signature to front free endpaper, interior otherwise clean. A handsome copy of an important work. * Second edition. Rawle's treatise is one of the earliest works on the United States Constitution, and one of the most important. This text is significant also because it suggests that states have a right to secede from the Union. As Cohen observes, the popularity of this text, which was used at West Point and other schools throughout the country, "is generally considered to have influenced the leaders and supporters of the Confederacy, although in fact Rawle opposed secession." Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 2894..

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        A plan of communication between the New and the Old town of Edinburgh, in the line of the earthen Mound, and of building upon that site, with observations and ground-plans Second edition, greatly enlarged, with additional plates

      Edinburgh; Oliver & Boyd; Simpkin & Marshall, London; and Robertson & Atkinson, Glasgow. 1829. 4to., with 6 large folding lithographic plates, (2) + 15 + (1) + 2 + (2)pp., together with numerous additional blank leaves, in a fine later binding of half calf gilt over marbled boards. A fine copy sometime in the library of Charles Sebag-Montefiore with his armorial bookplate>. This was Trotter's detailed proposal for the levelling of the Mound, the construction on the Mound of a fine neo-classical shopping arcade, and the provision of a new road across the Mound linking the New Town and the Old Town of Edinburgh. The shopping arcade was evidently at the heart of Trotter's enthusiastic scheme. It would be truly multi-functional, providing not only a shopping experience to rival London or Venice, but also galleries for modern art, a shelter from the violent winds 'so prevalent in the Good Town of Edinburgh', an attractive rendez-vous for 'the Belles and Beaux', and the daily flow of 'Judges and Gentlemen of the Law, Professors and others connected with the University' would all 'contribute to the prosperity of the Shopkeeper'. The Arcade (which would have a sophisticated system of central heating) would more resemble the Burlington Arcade in London, or the Galleries of Paris, surpassing them all in situation, as every shop would have the double advantage of fronting a principal street, as well as in having a front into a Gallery so eminently calculated to attract the great population of Edinburgh'.The plates here not only give a detailed view of both the elevation and the plan of the proposed Arcade, but also fine lithographic perspective drawings of the Old Town and its proposed access from Princes Street. In fact, Trotter's designs were never implemented.

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        The Wept of Wish Ton-Wish: A tale

      Philadelphia, 1829 2 volumes. i-[x]-251 pages; 234+[6 ad] pages. Small octavo (7 1/4" x 4 1/2") bound in full leather with black label to spine in gilt lettering. (BAL: 3844) First American edition. Published in London first in the same year.Cooper was one of the most popular 19th-century American authors, and his work was admired greatly throughout the world. While on his death bed, the Austrian composer Franz Schubert wanted most to read more of Cooper's novels. Honoré de Balzac, the French novelist and playwright, admired him greatly. Henry David Thoreau, while attending Harvard, incorporated some of Cooper's style in his own work. Cooper was one of the first major American novelists to include African, African-American and Native American characters in his works. In particular, Native Americans play central roles in his Leatherstocking tales. However, his treatment of this group is complex and highlights the tenuous relationship between frontier settlers and American Indians as exemplified in , depicting a captured white girl who is taken care of by an Indian chief and who after several years is eventually returned to her parents. Often, he gives contrasting views of Native characters to emphasize their potential for good, or conversely, their proclivity for mayhem. Last of the Mohicans includes both the character of Magua, who is devoid of almost any redeeming qualities, as well as Chingachgook, the last chief of the Mohicans, is portrayed as noble, courageous, and heroic.Condition:Spine head chipped, exterior hinges beginning, old armorial book plates to front pastedowns else a very good set.

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        Dramatische Werke von August von Kotzebue - 1. bis 120.Bändchen in 20 Bänden gebunden.

      Wien, Mausberger's Druck und Verlag, 1829 - 1830.. Neueste Auflage ca. 60 - 120 Seiten pro Bändchen Kl.-8°, Hardcover/Pappeinband. Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, Goldprägung am Rücken verblasst, duchgehend fleckig, einzelne Bände stärker als andere, sonst guter und sauberer Zustand

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        Symbolae physicae seu icones et descriptiones Avium quae ex itinere per Africam borealem et Asiam occidentalem studio novae aut illustratae redierunt.

      . Decas secunda. Off. Academica, Bln. 1829. 10 handkolorierte lithogr. Tafeln (Format 50,7 x 35,6 cm) in bedruckter Orig.-Mappe mit Schließbändern (diese mit Defekten). Minimal stockfleckig. - Nissen ZBI 1247, Rara, S. 138. - Sehr seltener Teil mit prächtig kolorierten Vogeltafeln des umfassenden wissenschaftlichen Berichts über Fauna und Flora der Gebiete entlang des Nils, der libyschen Wüste, der Küsten des Roten Meeres, Palästinas und des Libanon. Noch seltener als die anderen Teile, da dieser ohne Text geblieben ist und daher nie ausgeliefert wurde..

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        Organon der Heilkunst. 4. verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage.

      Dresden und Leipzig, Arnold, 1829.. (22 x 13 cm). XVI, 307 (2) S., 1 Bl. Anzeigen. Mit gestochenem Portrait. Leinwandband der Zeit, unbeschnitten.. Noch zu Lebzeiten Hahnemanns erschienene Ausgabe. - Hahnemann (1755-1843), "the founder of homoeopathy, embodied his theories in the 'Organon'. The minute doses set down by him did much to correct the evils of the polypharmacy of his time... He professed to base medicine on a knowledge of symptoms, regarding investigations of the causes of symptoms as useless; he thus rejected all the lessons of pathology and morbid anatomy" (G/M). - Stempel auf Titel. Vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, Titel und Frontispiz stark stockfleckig. Die letzten beiden Blätter verbunden. Einband gering bestoßen. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Schmidt 7; vgl. Garrison/M. 1966 (EA)

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        Polynesian Researches, During A Residence Of Nearly Six Years In The South Sea Islands.

      London: Fisher, Son, & Jackson, 1829. - 2 Volumes. 8vo. pp. xvi, 536; viii, 576. 8pp. of ads bound in at front of Vol. I. 8 engraved plates, 1 wood-engraved plate, 2 engraved maps (1 folding) & 15 wood-engraved text illus. 1 facsimile in text. Uncut in original bds., rebacked (some foxing & browning to some plates in Vol. I). First Edition. "This work is one of the earliest instances of ethnological research by a missionary, and is one of the most important and enlightened missionary accounts of the South Seas, especially of Tahiti. The preliminary chapters describe visits to Rio de Janeiro, New South Wales, and New Zealand. Its publication helped alter the perception of missionaries in the eyes of those who had thought of them as ignorant and narrow-minded men.' (Hill) In a contemporary review, Robert Southey was moved to declare: "A more interesting book we have never perused." Hill (2nd Edn.) 549. O'Reilly & Reitman, Tahiti, 7556. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Travels In Arabia, Comprehending An Account Of Those Territories In Hedjaz Which The Mohammedans Regarded As Sacred

      London: Henry Colburn, 1829. - 4to. pp. xvi [i.e. xv], [1]errata, 478. with half-title. 1 folding engraved map & 4 folding engraved plans. full calf antique (some foxing, generally light but a little stronger on first few leaves, folding map lightly embrowned, offsetting from maps & plans). First Edition. Burckhardt travelled throughout North Africa and the Middle East for seven years under the auspices of the Association For Promoting The Discovery Of The Interior Parts Of Africa. A master of the Arabic language and the Islamic religion, he assumed the guise of an Arab using the name of Sheikh Ibrahim in his travels. His journals are invaluable for their observations on the Arab people and for his important geographical discoveries, including the site of Petra, Apameia, and the general structure of the peninsula of Mount Sinai. The present account of Burckhardt’s journey to Mecca in 1814 and subsequent trip to Medina in 1815, edited by William Leake and William Ouseley, the third of five works published by the African Assocation after Burckhardt’s untimely death in 1817, contains "the most accurate and complete account of the Hedjaz, including the cities of Mekka and Medina, which has ever been received in Europe. His knowledge of the Arabic language, and of Mohammedan manners, had enabled him to assumne the Muselman character with such success, that he resided in Mekka during the whole time of the pilgrimage, and passed through the various ceremonies of the occasion, without the slightest suspicion having arisen as to his real character." (Preface) Gay 3606. cfBlackmer 239. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        CONSTANTINOPLE in 1828: a residence of sixteen months in the Turkish capital and provinces : with an account of the present state of the naval and military power, and of the resources of the Ottoman empire.

      London, Saunders & Otley, 1829.FIRST EDITION 1829. 4to, approximately 275 x 215 mm, 10¾ x 8½ inches, 5 engraved plates, 3 hand coloured lithographs, 1 being the frontispiece, 1 plate of antquities in sepia and a double - page view of Constantinople lithographed on india paper and mounted on thicker paper, pages: xix, [1], 1 - 406, handsomely rebound in full modern morocco, 2 red gilt lettered labels, extra gilt spine, gilt and blind decoration to covers, marbled edges, new marbled endpapers. No half - title present, faint offset from text to colour plates, last 2 pages have a faint vertical crease, occasional dusty marks to margins, occasional pale age - browning, 1 plate has tiny nick to fore - edge, last 2 pages have tiny nick to bottom edge, otherwise a very good copy housed in a plain modern brown cloth slipcase. Some copies of early issues had an advert leaf at rear, not present in our copy. According to Atabey citing Abbey "an Appendix was published separately after the initial appearance of the first edition which is sometimes found bound in". Not present in our copy and not present in either the Blackmer copy nor the Atabey copy. See: The Ottoman World The Sefik E. Atabey Collection, 741; Sotheby's The Library of Henry M. Blackmer II, 798. Travel in Aquatint and Lithography from the Library of J. R. Abbey, 393. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        London Almanack for the Year of Christ 1830.

      London, The Stationers' Company, (1829).. 6 x 3,5 cm, 18 ungezählte Blätter. Mit 1 Kupferstich von H. Adlard nach T.M. Baynes. Goldschnitt. Orig.-Maroquin in Schwarz und Rot mit reicher Goldprägung im ebenso verzierten Lederetui.. Der Kupferstich geht über vier Seiten und zeigt eine Ansicht des King's Palace, St. James Park. Weiter enthalten neben dem Kalendarium: a table of Kings / Queens reigns, current coins, eclipses. - Deckel mit zwei kleinen Schabstellen im Leder. Sehr schönes Exemplar.

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        [K. 620]. Partitur der W. A. Mozart'schen Ouverture zu seiner Oper Die Zauberflöte, in genauer Übereinstimmung mit dem Manuscript des Komponisten, so wie er solches entworfen, instrumentirt und beendet hat, herausgegeben und mit einem Vorbericht begleitet von A. André. No. 5200. Original-Ausgabe. Preis f. 3. [Full score]

      Offenbach a/m: J. Andr? Offenbach a/m: J. André. [March 1829]. Oblong folio. Modern half black leather with marbled boards, original rectangular printed label inlaid to upper. 1f. (title), [iii] ("Vorbericht" by Ant[on] André dated "March 1829" with plate number 5200 to lower right corner), [i] (blank), 28 pp. Lithographed. Printed in red and black as noted in the Vorbericht. With handstamp "Hamburger ?-ffentliche Bücherhallen Musikbücherei" to verso of title. . First separate edition of the full score. Köchel 6, p. 711. Hoboken 12, 573 (with extra leaf containing trombone part bound in). Not in Hirsch. RISM M4803 (4 copies, with only one in the U.S., at the Library of Congress). Worldcat (5 copies, none recorded in the U.S.). An early example of a critical edition. The Vorbericht foreshadows scholarly editorial procedures becoming common in the later nineteenth century; the printing in two colors and the inclusion of deleted measures (printed complete with deletion) look even further ahead.

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        Henri III et sa cour - Stockholm Fontainebleau et Rome trilogie dramatiq EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Vezard & Cie - Barba, 1829. Fine. Vezard & Cie - Barba, Paris 1829 - 1830, 12,5x21cm, 2 volumes reliés en 1. - first editions. Binding to bradel open marine cardboard, flat spine decorated with gilt. It lacks a sheet listing the beginning of the second volume is, against, although full of folding lithograph Charlet. Some small foxing mainly affecting the latest pages of the second volume, otherwise nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Editions originales. Reliure à la bradel en plein cartonnage marine, dos lisse orné de filets dorés. Il manque un feuillet d'annonce en début du second volume qui est, par contre, bien complet de la lithographie dépliante de Charlet. Quelques petites rousseurs affectant principalement les toutes dernières pages du second volume, sinon agréables exemplaires.

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        Das Staatsrecht des Königreiches Württemberg. Erster Theil, das Verfassungsrecht. Zweiter Theil, das Verwaltungsrecht

      Tübingen, Laupp 1829 - 1831.. 2 Bände. XVI, 693 S., 1 Bl.; XIV, 1007 S. Blaue marmorierte Pappbde. d. Zt. mit etwas Rückenverg. und rotem goldgepr. Rückenschild. Heyd I/1453; Stintzing-L. III/2, 405 ff. - Erste Ausgabe. - "Das erste grosse selbstständige Werk Mohls, womit er bis auf unsere Tage der Bearbeitung eines positiven dt. Landesstaatsrechts Muster u. Vorbild gegeben hat." (ADB XXII, 745). - "Nicht nur die erste gelungene wissenschaftliche Bearbeitung eines positiven, konstitutionellen Staatsrechts überhaupt, sondern die erste gelungene wissenschaftliche Bearbeitung eines modernen Staatsrechts schlechthin" (Stintzing/L.). - Robert Mohl, seit 1837 von Mohl (1799-1875) gilt als derjenige, der die weite Verbreitung des Begriffs "Rechtsstaat?" auslöste, den er aber gerade nicht dem "aristokratischen?" Polizeistaat entgegensetzte. Er war Gegner des allgemeinen Männerwahlrechts und der Republik als Staatsform. - Die hübschen Einbände etwas berieben. Unbeschnittenes, nur wenig stockfleckiges Exemplar!

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      Abbotsford, Melrose: April 9, 1829 Single leaf, handwritten ink; with the original envelope, handwritten in brown ink, with the original red sealing wax. Good, with some light creasing and minor splits at the page folds, some toning to the recto, light spotting and tape reinforcements to the versos. Overall, a clean and unsophisticated letter, written by Scott at his home at Abbotsford. Scott addressed this letter to Frederick Mansel Reynolds, son of the noted dramatist Frederick Reynolds and editor of the yearly literary magazine The Keepsake. Notably, Charles Theodosius Heath, the founder of Keepsake, hoped to employ Scott as the editor, but Scott declined the offer, choosing instead to contribute three shorter stories to The Keepsake of 1829, which are collectively known as "The Keepsake Stories:" "My Aunt Margaret's Mirror," "The Tapestried Chamber," and "Death of the Laird's Jock." This letter is accompanied by an engraved portrait of Scott by renowned Scottish engraver John Horsburgh after a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence. This steel engraving was published in Philadelphia by Gebbie and Barrie circa 1876. Notably, this line engraving employs a mixture of engraving and etching to create rich details and a sense of depth without any tonal processes.. Good.

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        The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution-12 Volume Set; "the Letters of Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, John Adams, John Jay, Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis Dana, William Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John Laurens, M. Dumas (12 volume set)

      N. Hale and Gray & Bowen, 1829-12-31. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 12 volume set. Full leather binding, red and black spine labels. 21 cm. Hardcover. Good bindings. Covers have scuffs. Clean, unmarked pages. Book plates.Ref: Howes S-815. Includes: Vol. I: B. Franklin, Arthur Lee and Silas Deane, Commissioners in France --v. II: Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, and Henry Laurens --v. III, B. Franklin --v. IV: B. Franklin and John Adams --v. V: John Adams --v. VI: John Adams --v. VII: John Adams and John Jay --v. VIII: John Jay and Francis Dana --v. IX: William Carmichael, John Laurens, and C. w. F. Dumas --v. X: Lafayette, Comissioners for Peace, Gerard, and Luzerne --v. XI: Luzerne, R.R. Livingston, and Robert Morris --v. XII: George Morris.

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        Leben und Tod des Joseph Brehm, gewesten Helfers zu Reutlingen, am 18ten Juli 1829. Von Philipp Ulrich Schartenmaier

      Tübingen, Georg Heinrich Reiß 1829.. Mit lithograph. Portrait als Frontispiz und mehrfach gefalt. kolor. Lithographie (28 x 38 cm). 14 S., 1 w. Bl. Pappband d. Zt. So praktisch unauffindbare Ausgabe des berühmten "Schartenmaier-Gedichts"; die beiden einzigen Bibliotheksnachweise über KVK jeweils ohne die hier vorliegenden Illustrationen! - Am 30. 8. 1828 fand eine Nachbarin des Reutlinger Geistlichen Joseph Brehm (geb. 1790) eine Nachgeburt in dessen Toilette; seine Magd Anna Kohberger stand schon länger im Verdacht von Brehm geschwängert worden zu sein. Eine sofort angestellte amtsärztliche Untersuchung bestätigte die Vermutung einer kurz vorher stattgefundenen Geburt, der Leichnam des Kindes wurde im Keller des Hauses von Brehm gefunden. Im Verhör gestand Brehm, er habe der Mutter nach der heimlichen Hausgeburt das Kind entzogen und es letztendlich erwürgt um der Schande in der Gemeinde zu entgehen. Das Todesurteil gegen Joseph Brehm wurde am 18. 7. 1829 vollstreckt. - Aus der in Württemberg aufsehenerregenden Geschichte machte der junge, später bedeutende Literaturwissenschaftler und Philosoph Friedrich Theodor Vischer (1807-1887) die hier vorliegende Moritat auf den Tag der Hinrichtung, die mit dem Vierzeiler endet: "Laut hört man es knarveln, schallen, Und der Kopf ist rab gefallen; O verehrtes Publikum, Bring doch keine Kinder um!" - Die schöne kolorierte Tafel zeigt Brehm in einer Kutsche auf dem Weg zur Richtstatt. - Fliegender Vorsatz mit zeitgen. Namenseintrag Autenrieth. Rücken berieben.

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        An Apology For The Life And Character Of The Celebrated Prophet Of Arabia, Called Mohamed, Or The Illustrious

      Rowland Hunter, London 1829 - Viii, 108 + Appendix (1 P.), With Half Title, And With Erratum On P (Vi). Hand Correction Of Text On P. 99. This Volume With Tipped In Smaller Engraved Plates, Apparently 18Th Century And All With Similar Format And Apparently Extracted From Another Book, With Portraits Of 13 Turkish Rulers, Also One Of Scanderbeg (Referencing Vol. 1, P. 163 Of An Unidentified Work) And Another Of Tamerlane (Referencing Vol. 1, P. 138, Otherwise Plates Have Just Portrait Busts, And Their Names, Titles, And Dates Of Accession. Black Morocco Spine And Tips, Gilt "Mohamed" And Gilt Rules On Spine, Over Green Ribbed Cloth, Light Yellow Endpapers, No Names Or Marks. Near Fine, Contents Immaculate And Crisp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Narrative and Successful Result of a Voyage in the South Seas, performed by Order of the Government of British India, to ascertain the Actual Fate of La Perouse's Expedition, interspersed with Accounts of the Religion, Manners, Customs and Cannibal Practices of the South Sea Islanders

      London, Hurst, Chance, 1829 - Octavo, two volumes, lxxviii, 302 and [iv], 436 pages plus a folding map (hand-coloured in outline), a folding plate and a folding frontispiece in each volume (the second one hand-coloured). Original plain papered boards and (recently renewed) cloth spines, all edges uncut; extremities of the boards a little rubbed, with some wear to the corners; short tear to the fold of the uncoloured frontispiece expertly repaired; one section a little spotted (inferior paper quality), with minimal occasional light foxing elsewhere; the folding plate in the text is a little mottled, affecting slightly the adjacent pages; uncut edges a little dusty and occasionally chipped; a very good set. Each volume contains the pictorial bookplate ['Gang forward'] of Sir Edward Charles Stirling (1848-1919). Use [Ask Bookseller a Question] option below to confirm availability.

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        [K. 620]. Partitur der W. A. Mozart'schen Ouverture zu seiner Oper Die Zauberflöte, in genauer Übereinstimmung mit dem Manuscript des Komponisten, so wie er solches entworfen, instrumentirt und beendet hat, herausgegeben und mit einem Vorbericht begleitet von A. Andre. No. 5200. Original-Ausgabe. Preis f. 3. [Full score]

      Offenbach a/m J. Andre [March 1829]. Oblong folio. Modern half black leather with marbled boards, original rectangular printed label inlaid to upper. 1f. (title), [iii] ("Vorbericht" by Ant[on] Andre dated "March 1829" with plate number 5200 to lower right corner), [i] (blank), 28 pp. Lithographed. Printed in red and black as noted in the Vorbericht. With handstamp "Hamburger Öffentliche Bücherhallen Musikbücherei" to verso of title.. First separate edition of the full score. Köchel 6, p. 711. Hoboken 12, 573 (with extra leaf containing trombone part bound in). Not in Hirsch. RISM M4803 (4 copies, with only one in the U.S., at the Library of Congress). Worldcat (5 copies, none recorded in the U.S.). An early example of a critical edition. The Vorbericht foreshadows scholarly editorial procedures becoming common in the later nineteenth century; the printing in two colors and the inclusion of deleted measures (printed complete with deletion) look even further ahead.

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        The Practical Gardener. Volume I & II

      London.: Thomas Kelly.. 1829-1830.. VOLUME I AND VOLUME II FROM DIFFERENT EDITIONS: Volume I with a title page copyright 1830 (in addition to pictorial title page dated 1828); volume II title page is copyright 1829. BINDING OF VOLUMES DOES NOT MATCH. VOLUME I: Hard back volume, 8.25 x 5.5 inches, leather binding, xxviii+554pp, with pagination beginning with the Preface (iii thru viii) and a brief history of gardening (ix thru xxviii). The boards are scuffed and mottled with one plum-sized stain. 3.5 inch vertical crack (repaired) to front joint. The spine itself is dry and cracked and bumped at top and bottom. The bulk of the book (pp 1 thru 554) gives focus to the Culinary (or Kitchen) Garden and to the Fruit Garden. The volume contains a feebly imagined engraved frontispiece (tears and stains in margins of free edges) and four beautifully hand-colored plates depicting fruit: strawberry, pineapple, pear and apple (three dated 1828; one 1829). These plates suffer modest toning, light soiling and a light dampstain (.25 inch at deepest point) across the top margin, a condition also affecting, less detrimentally, the text portion of the Fruit Garden. The text remains tightly bound, save for a single loose page in the Fruit Garden section. VOLUME II: Hard back volume, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, half-leather binding, with pagination beginning at p. 555 and ending on index p. 1120. A 142 pp. Supplement follows the primary text; it is in two parts: "The Stove" and "Nursery and Planting." The last page provides Directions to the Binder and, on verso, an advert for "a new and elegant work" by McIntosh entitled "Flora and Pomona." The volume contains twenty-three full page plates, ten beautifully hand-colored depicting flowering plants. A black and white plate entitled Late Forcing Pit has suffered a vertical tear; only half the plate remains. The placement of plates appears to match the instructions to the binder appearing at the rear of the book. The volume is missing the front free end paper; previous owner's address on the blank page preceding the title page. One inch split to top of front joint. The index and final page at rear have separated from the text block and are held in place by the rear free end paper, resulting in wear to the fore-edge of these sheets. Scattered light foxing to the text block and black and white plates, the color plates are in very good condition: clean and bright. This was an extremely popular work which was published in several editions over a matter of just a few years, as the rage for gardening spread among the expanding British middleclass.. VOLUME I: The complete information on the title page reads: "The Practical Gardener, and Modern Horticulturist; containing the latest and most approved methods for the management of the kitchen, fruit and flower garden, the green house, hot house etc. etc. for every month in the year; each department being distinctly and separately arranged; illustrated by numerous designs of the most eligible plans for the formation of Kitchen and Pleasure Gardens, the erection of hot houses, hot beds, green houses, conservatories, walls, fences, etc. etc. including the New Method of Heating Forcing-Houses with Hot Water Only; forming a complete system of modern practice, in the various branches of Horticultural Science. Embellished with highly finished engravings of some of the most choice and valuable fruits and flowers now cultivated in this country. By Charles McIntosh CMCHS Late Gardener to the Right Honorable the Earl of Braedalbane, and Sir Thomas Baring," etc. The first chapter is a brief history entitled "The Rise and Progress of Gardening"; subsequent sections are entitled "The Culinary Garden" and "The Fruit Garden," both of which are organized by the months of the year, beginning in January, with a discussion of gardening activities appropriate to the season and the specific vegetable or fruit. The final chapter consists of "The Forcing Garden" (or Hot House Garden) The four color plates are most attractive, with condition issues noted. VOLUME II: The complete information on the title page reads: "The Practical Gardener, and Modern Horticulturist; containing the latest and most approved methods for the management of the kitchen, fruit and flower garden, the green house, hot house etc. etc. for every month in the year; each department being distinctly and separately arranged; illustrated by numerous designs of the most eligible plans for the formation of Kitchen and Pleasure Gardens, the erection of hot houses, hot beds, green houses, conservatories, walls, fences, etc. etc. including the New Method of Heating Forcing-Houses with Hot Water Only; forming a complete system of modern practice, in the various branches of Horticultural Science. Embellished with highly finished engravings of some of the most choice and valuable fruits and flowers now cultivated in this country. By Charles McIntosh CMCHS Late Gardener to the Right Honorable the Earl of Braedalbane, and Sir Thomas Baring," etc. The volume is organized by the months of the year, beginning in January, with a discussion of gardening activities appropriate to the season. The color plates are clean and attractive, and the volume is in overall good condition, with defects noted. .

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        The Misfortunes of Elphin

      London: Old Bond Street: Thomas Hookham, 1829 VG, 1829. In contemporary half brown calf, brown marbled boards, some blind tooling, corners and edges lightly bumped and worn. Spine, raised bands, gilt tooling, titles in gilt to maroon calf label, bumped and worn. Internally, grey endpapers, text block edges marbled red, small bookseller label and a bookplate of John Williams of Bodelwyddan to fpd, which appears to have an 1833 dedication from Williams to William Whitbread, half title, [8], [1], 2-240 pp, printed by J and C Adlard, Bartholomew Close, joiny cracked but firm. (Allibone 1536.Wolff 5481). Peacock, satirical novelist and poet, whose satiric romance The Misfortunes of Elphin, based on legends of sixth-century Wales, appeared in March 1829, and includes, as ‘the quintessence of all the war-songs that ever were written’, the rollicking ‘War-Song of Dinas Vawr’. See ODNB.

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        The Keepsake for 1829

      London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., 1829., 1829. Octavo. Bound in green calf, with red and gilt label, raised bands and extensive gilt to spine, boards panelled with triple-ruled gilt and blind tooling, and central blind-tooled motif, all edges gilt and gilt board edge tooling, as well as blind-tolled dentelles. Includes bookplate and binder's ticket. Includes works by Percy Shelley, Wordsworth, Coleridge and Scott, together with the first appearance of two Gothic short stories by Mary Shelley; 'The Sisters of Albano' and'Ferdinando Eboli'. Hinges and top edges rubbed, otherwise good, gilt bright. Text, including plates, is clean and free from spotting. The presentation plate bears a contemporaneous inscription. Includes armourial bookplate, "Gordon of Aikenhead", and binder's ticket, "Carss and Co., Glasgow".

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        Aphie! donc feignant! Kolorierte Lithographie von Langlumé nach Grandville.

      ohne Orts- und Verlagsangabe, wohl Paris, Aubert, o. J. (ca 1829 - Kolorierte Orig.-Lithographie. Format desr Abb. ca. 16x21,5 cm, Blattgröße ca. 21x27,6 cm. 2 kleinere Braunflecken am rechten Rand, insg. leicht gebräunt. In schönem Kolorit.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Zürich, 10. V. 1829.. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. An den Apotheker Pfluger in Solothurn: "Da die gute Jahreszeit nun eingetreten ist um die begonnenen Untersuchungen in Baden fortzusetzen, so komme ich, um Sie zu fragen, ob Ihre Gesundheit u. übrigen Verhältnisse die Hoffnung gestatten, daß Sie in Verbindung mit Hl. Bauhof die analytische Arbeit der Quellen in so weit vollenden möchten, um das Ganze der Versammlung der Naturf[orschenden] Gesellsch[aft] im July vorlegen zu können [...]". - Der promovierte Mediziner war auf Studienreisen in Wien und in der Schweiz unterwegs, deren Durchwanderung er 1793 in seiner vielfach aufgelegten "Anleitung, auf die nützlichste und genussvollste Art in der Schweiz zu reisen" beschrieb. "Seit 1794 betrieb Ebel in Frankfurt/Main eine Arztpraxis, wurde jedoch als Übersetzer der politischen Schriften des französischen Staatsmannes Emmanuel Sieyes revolutionärer Ideen verdächtigt, mußte die Stadt 1796 verlassen und siedelte nach Paris über, wo er bis 1801 lebte. Hier betrieb er medizinische Forschungen und beschäftigte sich mit der schweizerischen Politik und deren Reformen, worauf ihm 1801 das helvetische und 1820 das Zürcher Bürgerrecht verliehen wurde" (DBE). Nach einem kurzen Aufenthalt in Deutschland ließ Ebel sich 1810 ganz in Zürich nieder, wo er sich geologischen Forschungen widmete und eine Reihe geognostischer Werke veröffentlichte, zudem mit zahlreichen bedeutenden Gelehrten und Politikern seiner Zeit wie Wilhelm von Humboldt, Joseph Görres und Friedrich Carl von Savigny in Verbindung stand und die Autobiographie Ulrich Bräkers herausgab.

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        Promenades dans Rome

      Delaunay, Paris 1829 - Legature coeve in mz. vitello bruno con fili e titolo oro al ds. Minime tracce di usura ai piatti e lieve perdita di colore alla parte superiore del dorso in corrispondenza di etichetta cartacea di collocazione, ma ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale. Vicaire, I, 455. 8vo (cm. 20), 2 Voll., 3 cc.nn. di cui una tav. incisa (Basilica di S. Pietro), IV-450 pp., 1 c.nn. e due mappe rip. (Vestigia di Roma antica); 3 cc.nn. di cui una tav. incisa (Colonna Traiana), 592 pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Memoires d'une Contemporaine ou Souvenirs d'une Femme sur les Principaux Personnages de la Republique du Consulat, de l'Empire, etc.; 8-Vol. Set, Complete

      P J Voglet and H Tarlier, Brussels, 1829. Fifth Edition Hardcover. Condition: Fair/None Scarce. Gray-some with pink and yellow-marbled boards, toned with age, quarter brown leather with gilt titling and deco to spine, 32mo., corners bumped and edgewear. Blue stippled page edges. Spines of 2, 3, 6, 7 are distinct and fine; the others are sunned and cracked, with more chips to spine ends; the spines have started on top of 1 and bottom of 3. Vol. 3, pg. 10 stuck and incurred 1/4 in. closed tear at inner margin. Bindings are sound and interiors clean and unmarked. 4 and 8 have moderate foxing first few pages. Vol. 2 publisher, H Tarlier, though it is exactly the same format. NOT a reprint or print-on-demand. Not ex-library. This is an original. Overall, quite readable and nice once you get past the shabby board edges, though the marbling is lovely. These writings are 'more confessions than memoir, ' explains the adventuresome St-Elme, a.k.a. Maria Johanna Elselina Versfelt and Elzelina av Aylde Jonghe, or by her pseudonym La Contemporaine. St-Elme was a Dutch writer and stage actress who lived a wild life, (1776-1845). She married a merchant but was known for her love affairs, particularly overlapping, long term affairs with two generals. After the French Conquest in 1795, she left the Netherlands to follow her lovers in their military campaigns across Europe. She worked as an actress in traveling theatres in France and Italy, and in 1827, published these memoirs, which made her famous. Ships from US. Language: French. Pages: 0

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        The Courser's Companion or, a Practical Treatise on the Laws of the Leash; with the defects of the old laws considered; and a new code, with notes of explanation, by an Experienced Courser

      Derby: Thomas Richardson; And for Hurst, Chance & Co., London, 1829. ix, [3], 200 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Original printed paper boards with minor soiling and rubbing. Sound, very good copy of a rare book. In quarter morocco slipcase and chemise. ix, [3], 200 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Schwerdt I,122; Jones 1210. BL D-7908.a.11

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        The Gospel According to St. Mark, Translated Into the Mohawk Tongue, By Captain Brant. As Also Several Portions of the Sacred Scriptures, Translated Into the Same Language

      New York: New York District Bible Society, M'Elrath & Bangs, Printers, 1829. Leather bound. Good +. 12mo. [2], 239pp., [2]. Red Moroccan leather with gilt stamped decorated borders on front and rear boards. Gilt stamped decorations with title "Mohawk Scripture" lettered on spine. Marbled end sheets. Front board and inner hinge has been professionally (tissue) restored. Light to moderate toning and scattered foxing to text. Slight dulling to red leather. Very slight wear to extremities head and base of spine and boards. Pencil inscription on first front blank flyleaf, "Mary Slocum Oarley - Presented to me by her venerable mother A. D. 1853 when living with Mrs? Fredericks Clinton St. Brooklyn N. Y." A very good copy of a scarce publication. The 1829 edition is a reprint of Brant's 1787 translation. Field [Mohawk] 1073; Sabin [Mohawk] 49845.

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        Erinnerungen aus Aegypten und Kleinasien. Band 1 und 2 vorhanden, Band 3 (von 1831) fehlt.,

      Wien, Carl Armbruster's Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1829,1830. - Mit 5 lithographischen Tafeln und 3 Tabellen., 399, 337 Seiten., Die Einbände etwas berieben und gestaucht, bei beiden Bänden alter Name auf Vorsatz. Das Papier teils etwas stockfleckig und fleckig, sonst gutes Exemplar mit schönen Einbänden. Inhalt Band 1 : I.: Ankunft in Alexandria (1826). II.: Alexandria. 1. Die Pompejus-Säule. 2. Die Nadeln der Kleopatra. 3. Der Pharus, Das alte Alexandria, Das Schloß des Leuchtthurmes. 4. Die Nekropolis. III.: Tagebuch einer Reise von Alexandria nach Kairo. IV.: Kairo. V. : Alt-Kairo. VI.: Schubra. VII.: Das Lager bey Abusabel, Heliopolis. VIII.: Die Pyramiden von Dschiseh. IX.: Reise auf dem Nil von Kairo bis Melaui. X.: Hermopolis. XI.: Antinoe. XII.: Reise von Melaui bis Assuan. XIII.: Assuan. XIV.: Die Granitbrüche. XV.: Die Katarakten von Syene. XVI.: Die Insel Elephantine. XVII.: Kom-Ombos. XVIII.: Dschebel-Selfeleh. XIX.: Apollinopolis-Magna ( Edfu). XX.: Eilethyia. XXI.: Latopolis (Esne). XXII.: Anti-Latopolis. XXIII.: Hermontis. XXIV.: Thebä. 1. Luxor. 2. Karnak. 3. Kurnu. 4. Memnonium. 5. Die Memnonssäulen. 6. Medinet-Abu. 7. Isistempel am Gebirge. 8. Die Nekropolis. Das Thal Assasiff. Die Gräber der Könige. Inhalt Band 2 : I.: Tentyra. II.: Abydos. III.: Die Gräber von Beni-Hassan. IV.: Die Pyramiden von Daschur und Sakaara. Memphis. V.: Sais. VI.: Die Zerstörung der Monumente in Ägypten. VII.: Über die Ringe auf den Monumenten Ägypten's und Nubien's (1827). VIII.: Ägypten's Eintheilung, Verwaltung, Ertrag (1827). IX.: Über den Stand der Baumwollen-Cultur in Ägypten und im Lande zwischen den Katarakten, zu Anfang des Jahres 1827. X.: Einiges über den Handel von Ägypten (1827). XI.: Blick auf die Fabriken in Ägypten (März 1827). XII.: Die Militärkraft Ägyptens ( 1827). XIII.: Die Beduinen in Ägypten. XIV.: Erhöhung und Erweiterung des Delta. Erinnerung aus Klein-Asien. Ausflug von Smyrna nach Ephesus (Im April 1825). Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1001 Kl.-8°. Halbleder der Zeit mit Lederecken., [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Twelve Years' Military Adventure in three quarters of the globe: or, memoirs of an officer who served in the armies of His Majesty and of the East India Company, between the years 1802 and 1814

      London: Henry Colburn, 1829. 2 volumes. xv and 403 pages; xi and 381 pages. A handsome pair in contemporary calf, spines gilt, boards rubbed and corners a little bumped. Volume 1 has a 90 page account of the part played by the 27th in the Java Expedition. Volume 2 has 200 pages on the Peninsular War during which Blakiston was an officer of the 5th Cacadores. (For more books about the Napoleonic wars please search my stock using the keyword napoleonic.)

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        Moses Brown ASL (New England abolitionist - Brown University)

      1829. 1st Edition. No binding. Very Good. 7 ½" x 10" autograph manuscript signed, no place or date but 1829. Folds with minor tears and one small hole near signature but not affecting. Overall condition very good "…it is now the 23rd day of the ninth month 1829 the anniversary of my birth day, and being mercifully preserved to the age of ninety one years…my Heavenly Father, who hath graciously brought me through many trials and varied dispensations to the present time…."   New England abolitionist, industrialist. Brown funded the design and construction of the first factory houses for spinning machines during the American industrial revolution, Slater Mill. Brown became an active abolitionist, an advocate for African Americans both slave and free.He, together with his brothers, founded Brown University.

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        Holzschnittbücher über das Kabuki-Theater. 72 Hefte.

      1829- 1829 - ca. 10-15 Seiten pro Heft, mit diversen Orig.-Holzschnitten. 8°, Blockbuch-Binden. Auf Reispapier. Aus der Edo-/Meiji-Zeit. - Alle in Japanisch. teils fingerfleckig und gebräunt, vereinzelt sind die Holzschnitte etwas verblasst, mit leichteren Randläsuren, vereinzelte Lockerung der Bindung, hin und wieder mit durchtrennten Bindfäden an den Bindungen am Rücken. Seltenes Konvolut! [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        CONSTANTINOPLE in 1828: a residence of sixteen months in the Turkish capital and provinces : with an account of the present state of the naval and military power, and of the resources of the Ottoman empire

      London, Saunders & Otley, 1829.. FIRST EDITION 1829. 4to, approximately 275 x 215 mm, 10¾ x 8½ inches, 5 engraved plates, 3 hand coloured lithographs, 1 being the frontispiece, 1 plate of antquities in sepia and a double-page view of Constantinople lithographed on india paper and mounted on thicker paper, pages: xix, [1], 1-406, handsomely rebound in full modern morocco, 2 red gilt lettered labels, extra gilt spine, gilt and blind decoration to covers, marbled edges, new marbled endpapers. No half-title present, faint offset from text to colour plates, last 2 pages have a faint vertical crease, occasional dusty marks to margins, occasional pale age-browning, 1 plate has tiny nick to fore-edge, last 2 pages have tiny nick to bottom edge, otherwise a very good copy housed in a plain modern brown cloth slipcase. Some copies of early issues had an advert leaf at rear, not present in our copy. According to Atabey citing Abbey "an Appendix was published separately after the initial appearance of the first edition which is sometimes found bound in". Not present in our copy and not present in either the Blackmer copy nor the Atabey copy. See: The Ottoman World The Sefik E. Atabey Collection, 741; Sotheby's The Library of Henry M. Blackmer II, 798. Travel in Aquatint and Lithography from the Library of J. R. Abbey, 393. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Annales romantiques. Recueil de morceaux choisis de littérature Contemporaine

      Louis Janet, Paris 1829 - In-16 (151 x 101 mm), (1) ff., vj pp., 367 pp., veau vert, dos à quatre nerfs et plats ornés or et à froid d'un décor à la cathédrale, dentelle sur les coupes et intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque). Textes inédits en vers ou en prose de Hugo, Nodier, Mme Cottin, Desbordes-Valmore, Genlis, Salm, etc. Orné de huit gravures sur acier hors-texte, d'après W. Daniell, Stéphanoff, C. R. Leslie, etc. Cet ouvrage fait partie d'une collection de 12 volumes parus de 1823 à 1836. "Dans cette collection devenue rare, à rechercher surtout en reliure de l'époque, ont paru un grand nombre de pièces d'auteurs célèbres qui sont ici en édition originale (.). C'est un ensemble d'ouvrages (.) qui sont le prototype du keepsake, comme Le Saphir, paru en 1832, L'Emeraude, 1832, La Corbeille d'or, 1836" (.). Carteret tome 3, p. 34. (coiffes usées, frottements, charnière supérieure fendue dans le haut, page de titre rognée, rousseurs). // 16o (151 x 101 mm), (1) ff., vj pp., 367 pp., green calf, spine raised on four bands and covers tooled in gilt and blind with a "cathedral" romantic pattern, dentelle on turns-in and inside, gilt edges (contemporary binding). Original texts in prose or verse by Hugo, Nodier, Mme Cottin, Desbordes-Valmore, Genlis, Salm, etc. Illustrated with 8 steel-engravings, after W. Daniell, Stéphanoff, C. R. Leslie, etc. This book is a part of a 12 volumes collection published from 1823 to 1836. "Dans cette collection devenue rare, à rechercher surtout en reliure de l'époque, ont paru un grand nombre de pièces d'auteurs célèbres qui sont ici en édition originale (.). C'est un ensemble d'ouvrages (.) qui sont le prototype du keepsake, comme Le Saphir, paru en 1832, L'Emeraude, 1832, La Corbeille d'or, 1836" (.). Carteret tome 3, p. 34. (spine extremities used, rubbings, upper hinge cracked on top, title page a bit cut, brownings).

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        The only extant fair copy of Alexander Hamilton's most historic 1792 letter to George Washington accusing Thomas Jefferson of subverting the administration: " ?I know that I have been an object of uniform opposition from Mr. Jefferson, from the first moment of his coming to the City of New York?" while insisting that he defended Jefferson when "?the Vice-President, by his indiscreet and light letter to the Printer, transmitting Paine's pamphlet?" The letter is beautifully and painstakingly reproduced and signed by Hamilton's son a mere 3 years after Jefferson's death

      [Mount Vernon?], December 22, 1829. 8" x 9.75". "Fair Copy of an Autograph Letter Signed, ""A Hamilton,"" in the hand of his son, James Alexander Hamilton (1788-1878), 5 pages, 8"" x 9.75"", Philadelphia, September 9, 1792 to George Washington, docketed on verso as ""A true copy compared with the original Decr. 22d 1829 JAH."" Pages stitched together at the top left, expected folds with a few minor partial separations, final page toned, else very good. An early transcription of one of the most important letters written by Alexander Hamilton, likely undertaken at Mount Vernon where the majority of Washington's papers remained before Congress voted to acquire them (a process that commenced in 1834 and finally completed in 1849). Hamilton's transcription of his father's letter to Washington reads, in most part: ""...The feelings and views which are manifested in that letter are such as I expected would exist - And I most sincerely regret the causes of the uneasy sensations you experience. It is my most anxious wish, as far as may depend on me, to smooth the path of your administration, and to render it prosperous & happy. And if any prospect shall open of healing or terminating the differences which exist, I shall most chearfully [sic] embrace it; though I consider myself as the deeply injured party. The recommendation of such a spirit is worthy of moderation and wisdom which dictated it; and if your endeavours should prove unsuccessful, I do not hesitate to say that in my opinion the period is not remote when the public good will require substitutes for the differing members of your administration. The continuance of a division there must destroy the energy of Government, which will be little enough with the strictest Union?" on my part there will be a most chearful acquiescence in such a result. ""I trust, Sir, that the greatest frankness has always marked and will always mark every step of my conduct towards you. In this disposition, I cannot conceal from you that I have had some instrumentality of late in the retaliations which have fallen upon certain public characters and that I find myself placed in a situation not to be able to recede for the present. ""I considered my self as compelled to this conduct by reasons public as well as personal of the most cogent nature... I know that I have been an object of uniform opposition from Mr. Jefferson, from the first moment of his coming to the City of New York to enter upon his present office -- I know, from the most authentic sources, that I have been the frequent subject of the most unkind whispers & insinuations from the same quarter ?" I have long seen a formed party in the Legislature, under his auspices, bent upon my subversion ?" I cannot doubt, from the evidence I possess, that the National Gazette was instituted by him for political purposes and that one lading object of it has been to render me and all the measures connected with my Department as odious as possible?" ""Nevertheless I can truly say, that, except explanations to confidential friends, I never directly or indirectly retaliated or countenanced retaliation till very lately- I can even assure you, that I was instrumental in preventing a very severe and systematic attack on Mr. Jefferson, by an association of two or three individuals in consequence of the persecution, which he brought upon the Vice-President, by his indiscreet and light letter to the Printer, transmitting Paine's pamphlet. ""As long as I saw no danger to the Government, from the machinations which were going on, I resolved to be a silent sufferer of the injuries which were done me... I determined to avoid giving occasion to any thing which could manifest to the world dissentions among the principal characters of the government; a thing which can never happen without weakening its hands, and in some degree throwing a stigma upon it[.] ""But when I no longer doubted, that there was a formal party deliberately bent upon the subversion of measures, which in its consequences would subvert the Government when I see that the undoing of the funding system in particular (which whatever may be the original merits of that system, would prostrate the credit and the honor of the Nation, and bring the Government into contempt with that description of Men, who are in every society the only firm supporters of Government) was an avowed object of the party; and that all possible pains were taken to produce that effect by rendering it odious to the body of the people ?" I considered it as a duty, to endeavor to resist the torrent and as an essential mean[s] to this end to draw aside the veil from the principal Actors. To this strong impulse, to this decided conviction, I have yielded ?" And I think events will prove that I have judged rightly --- ""Nevertheless I pledge my honor to you, Sir, that if you shall hereafter form a plan to reunite the members of your administration, upon some steady principle of cooperation, I will faithfully concur in executing it during my continuance in office. And I will not directly or indirectly say or do a thing, that shall endanger a feud- ""I have had it very much at heart to make an excursion to Mount Vernon, by way of the Federal City in the course of this Month - and have been more than once on the point of asking your permission for it But I now despair of being able to effect it. I am nevertheless equally obliged by your kind invitation. ""The subject mentioned in the Postscript of your letter shall with great pleasure be carefully attended to -- With the most faithful and affectionate attachment I have the honor to remain."" ""P.S. I had written you two letters on public business, one of which will go with this; but the other will be withheld, in consequence of a slight indisposition of the Attorney General, to be sent by express sometime in the course of tomorrow?""" On the docket, John A. Hamilton takes pains to copy Washington's own docket: ""From Alexr Hamilton Esq 9th Septr. 1792 Private"" and matches exactly (in terms of line structure and abbreviations) the original letter from his father that is today housed at The Library of Congress. Below his rendering of Washington's docket, he writes: ""endorsed as above in Washington[']s Hand writing A true copy compared with the original Decr 22d 1829"" Hamilton also takes pains to copy his father's address that appeared opposite Washington's docket: ""Private President of the United States. Mount Vernon."" Exactly why Hamilton chose to copy this letter is not known. It does not appear in his memoirs, published in 1867, where he took pains to burnish his father's reputation (and besmirch that of Jefferson). However the letter did find its way into volume four his brother John C. Hamilton's multivolume set, Hamilton's Works, published in 1851 (pp. 303-305). The letter was again published in John C. Hamilton's biography of his father, Life of Alexander Hamilton in 1879. (Vol. V., pp. 71-73)."

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        Rio de Janeiro wie es ist. Beiträge zur Tages- und Sitten-Geschichte der Hauptstadt von Brasilien mit vorzüglicher Rücksicht auf die Lage des dortigen deutschen Militairs.

      Hannover, Hahn 1829.. X, 394 S. HLwd. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Rückentitel.. Sabin 77653; Berger 265; Borba de Moraes 780: "The author was born in Hannover in 1795. He adopted a military career and went to Brazil in 1824, where he was made a lieutenant in the second Grenadier Battalion of the Brazilian Army. He returned to Europe in 1827. No other book about German mercenary in the service of Pedro I is as well written as this. It is a first class study of the period despite the fact that it is highly critical. The dictum 'Huma vez e nunca mais' (Once and never again) sets the tone of the book. It is now difficult to find." - Etwas berieben. Tls. stärker gebräunt. SS. 111/112 mit Papierverlust am Rand.

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        Don Papis de Bobadilla ó sea, Defensa del Cristianismo y Crítica de la Seudo-Filosofía. Por Don Rafael José de Crespo, del Consejo de S. M. y Oidor de la Real Audiencia de Aragón.

      Polo y Monge 1829 - Zaragoza, Polo y Monge, 1829. Obra completa en 6 tomos en cuero completo, muy buen estado. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Jüdisches Conversationslexikon für Christen aus allen Ständen

      Nürnberg, Campe 1829.. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. XII, 203 S., 1 Bl., SS. (204)-346. Marmorierter Pappband d. Zt. Fürst I, 334. - Sehr seltenes Lexikon jüdisch-deutscher Begriffe mit Übersetzungen und Erklärungen. - Altes Bibliotheksexemplar mit Etiketten auf Rücken und Vorderdeckel, Titel gestempelt. Etwas bestoßen.

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        Hanoverian and Saxon Scenery

      - London, Jennings, 1829. 4to. Gestochener Titel mit großer Vignette, gestochenes Widmungsblatt, 62 Bl. mit zahlreichen Textvignetten, 61 Stahlstichtafeln. Maroquinband der Zeit. Einzige Ausgabe. Die schönen Tafeln zeigen malerische Ansichten von Bad Pyrmont, Braunschweig, Bremen, Dresden, Göttingen, Hamburg, Hameln, Hannover, Hannoversch-Münden, Höxter, Königstein/Elbe, Kopenhagen, Lübeck, Nienburg, Porta Westfalica mit Minden, Quedlinburg, Wernigerode sowie zahlreiche Harzlandschaften. Die Stiche fertigten E. Goodall, R. W. Smith, R. Wallis u. a. nach Zeichnungen des Londoner Malers und Captains Robert Batty (1789-1848), der zunächst als Soldat seine Eindrücke der Schlacht bei Waterloo festgehalten hatte, bevor er später begann, auf der Grundlage genauester Beobachtung Ansichten in feiner Manier zu aquarellieren und zu radieren. Schönes Exemplar mit kräftigen Abdrucken [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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