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        Das Königliche Schloss in Charlottenburg. Le chateau Royal de Charlottenbourg.

      . Aquatinta v. Meyer et Dietrich n. Delkeskamp b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,5 x 17. Ernst, Delkeskamp, Nr. 5; Nicht bei Kiewitz. Blick auf die Gartenseite des Schlosses.

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        Der Wilhelmplatz - La Place Guillaume.

      . Aquatinta v. Laurens et Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12,4 x 17. Kiewitz 316, Ernst, Calau, Nr. 179 - Blick von der Wilhelmstraße aus, mit den Denkmälern von Keith, Seydlitz und Zieten.

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        OBRAS ESCOGIDAS DE MIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA. Tomos I - IV. El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Tomos V - VI. Novela Ejemplares. Tomos VII - VIII. Trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda. Tomo IX. Teatro. Tomos X y XI. La Galatea. Viaje al Parnaso. Adjunta al Parnaso. Poesías Escogidas.

      Hijos de Doña Catalina Piñuela, Madrid 1829 - 10x14. 11 vols. de 12 + xxxii + 420pp., vi + 415pp., xxiv + 414pp., viii + 471pp., viii + 478pp. 1h., 2h. 418pp. 1h., viii + 352pp., 316pp., 455pp., 387pp. y 415pp. Holandesa piel de época. Ex-libris en las guardas, firma de ant. prop. en las portadas. Muy buenos ejemplares, aunque sin láminas. CCPB000082899-8. Simón Díaz VIII 142. Raro. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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        The History of Greece. (8 Vols complete)

      T Cadell, London 1829 - A New Edition with numerous additions and corrections. To which is prefixed a brief memoir of the author, by his brother, Lord Redesdale. All volumes uniformly bound in full light tan calf, gilt tooling at edges, occasional mark. Spines have all been professionally relaid, titles in gilt to leather labels, gilt tooling. Internally, tooling to board edges, ink name to Vol 1 title page only. All text block edges marbled, hinges strengthened. A lovely set clean and very tight. Vol 1, half title present, [5], (vi-xlvii), [1], [1], 2-511 pp, [1], printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars, London. Vol 2, [3], (iv-viii), [1], 2-522 pp, [2], remains of label? to eps. Vol 3, [3], (iv-viii), [1], 2-494 pp, [2]. Vol 4, (vii), [1], [1], 2-456 pp. Vol 5, half title present, [5], (vi-xi), [1], [1], 2-482 pp. Vol 6, half title present, [5], (iv-ix), [1], [1], 2-477 pp, [1]. Vol 7, [5], (iv-ix), [1], [1], 2-554 pp, [2]. Vol 8, [3], (iv-vii), [1], [1], 2-587 pp, [1]. (Allibone 1333. Lowndes 1580). Mitford, historian of ancient Greece. See ODNB. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      MEQUIGNON HAVARD / MAME ET DELAUNAY-VALLEE 1829 - R260126636: Entre 300 et 500 pages par tomes. Etat général moyen. Légers manques sur quelques plats. Manques aux dos au niveau des coiffes. Tome 2 à 6 : première partie contenant les pères apostoliques et les apologistes. Tomes 7 à 36 : deuxième partie contenant les pères dogmatiques. In-12 Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos fané. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 230-Christianisme. Théologie chrétienne [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada from the mss of Fray Antonio Agapida (in 2 vols)

      John Murray, London 1829 - vol I 407 p, vol II 421 p, 22x14 cm, first English edition, leather and marbled boards, endpapers and page edging; all in excellent clean condition apart from heavy foxing on the title pages of both vols. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind.

      Baldwin and Cradock, London 1829 - Volume 1: TP + [iii]-iv + [1]-320; Volume 2: TP + [iii]-iv + [1]-312; Octavo.James Mill studied philosophy under Dugald Stewart and (with Bentham) is the bridge between that older school of Scottish philosophy and the fully-formulated Utilitarianism of his son, John Stuart Mill. This work was Mill's major philosophical contribution - his other major works being historical, The History of British India (1817) and economic, Elements of Political Economy (1821). In this philosophical and psychological book, he supports and elaborates the asssociationist epistemology of Hartley and Hume and attempts to exlain all mental phenomena in terms of association. Unfortunately the signature on each volume is NOT that of English radical politician and etymologist John Horne Tooke who died in 1812 - 17 years before this book was published. More's the pity since Tooke was the author of The Diversions of Purley (London, 1776). Two volumes bound in original boards. Surprisingly, the exterior of volume 1 is of a darker color than the boards and spine of volume 2. This does not look to be the result of sunning but simply the way that the books were originally bound. (Note that both volumes are signed on the front end paper in contemporary brown ink: "J. Tooke / 1829" providing further evidence that this was the original state of these books.) Both volumes have worn and lightly stained boards with bumped corners. The spine of each has the original printed paper label. On volume one, the paper label is about 50% readable. The label on volume 2 is about 75% readable. The first volume has a very light water stain to lower edge of the inside front cover and a darker, corresponding stain (uneven along the bottom 4" of the page) to the front fly leaf. The rest of both books (including the TP's) are fresh, bright and clean but for some very occasional contemporary pencil marginalia. Uncommon in any condition, these books have had some truly expert restoration work to the spines, making for a charming set of this important work by James Mill. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The History and Description of the City of Gloucester

      Gloucester - J. Bulgin, 1829 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A copy of 'The History and Description of the City Gloucester from the earliest period to the present time; with an account of St Peter's Abbey, the Cathedral, Churches and other Religious houses; public buildings and charitable institutions; the saline chalybeate spa, with an analysis of the waters and their medicinal properties; a description of the antiquities that have that have at different times been found in that city and neighbourhood; the origin and present state of the Port of Gloucester; the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal'. Written by G. W. Counsel. Condition: In a half morocco binding with marbled boards. Externally, in lovely condition. Internally, firmly bound, very bright and generallyclean with light scattered spotting. A newspaper article has been tipped onto one of the front blanks and ink inscriptions have been left to the rear blank. Overall Condition: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        The Celtic Druids Or, An Attempt To Shew, That The Druids Were The Priests Of Oriental Colonies Who Emigrated From India, and were the introducers of the first or Cadmean system of letters, and the builders of Stonehenge, of Carnac, and of other cyclopean works, in Asia and Europe

      Rowland Hunter, London 1829 - This book was issued in 1827 in a shorter form with fewer plates. This 1829 2nd issue edition has a new preface, the original preface, and also contains the 1827 title page in addition to its 1829 title page. There is an errata sheet (additional corrigenda) plus a small, additional errata sheet tipped in behind the first. Profusely illustrated (B&W) with maps and drawings, with 45 full page illustrations, plus a full page map, plus smaller wood vignettes at the beginning of each chapter and smaller tipped-in vignettes at the end of each chapter. It includes 4 magnificent fold out maps of Stonehenge, Abury, and Carnac (standing stones and stone circles), all in excellent condition with an occasional light foxing spot. There are comparisons of the Hebrew, Sanskrit, Druid and Latin alphabets. 324 pages including Appendix and Index, and including an explanation of the vignettes. There are some small, light foxing spots on some pages but they're not obtrusive aside from pages 68-69, which have a small area of the inner, upper portion of each page darkened from a 1929 news clipping laid in about King Kalakaua's Masonic membership scroll being found in Oakland, CA. There is also laid in a small piece of paper (lovely handwriting) talking about Druids and Welsh legends, a 1870 note about this book on the back of a Grover's 'soft shoes for tender feet' ad, and an 1866 bookseller's (Mr. Benton) note to George Gibson, whose name is inscribed on a front end page, agreeing to sell him this book for $20, as seen in Mr. Benton's cataogue No. 20. A few preliminary pages are unopened at the top. The book is bound in the original dark green cloth with a paper label on the spine. There are some very small areas of bubbling to the cloth, some edge wear to the binding mostly at spine ends, some small areas of paper only slits at gutters (not affecting binding integrity), and some wear to the edges of and fading to the spine label, though still quite legible. Clean, tightly bound, complete, and in solid very good plus condition. ; Drawings, Plates & Maps; 11-1/2" x 9-1/4"; 324 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouveau guide du voyageur en Italie

      Artaria,, Milan, 1829 - Due parti in un volume di cm. 18,5, pp. (8) xli (3) 802. Antiporta con veduta di Roma, frontespizio inciso e 23 tavole fuori testo. Legatura del tempo in mezza pelle con piccole punte e titoli in oro al dorso. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Si tratta verosimilmente della prima edizione di questa fortunata guida che fu più volte ristampata nel corso della prima metà dell'800. Interessante l'abbondante iconografia comprendente una grande carta geografica dell'Italia, 11 piante di città, o carte itinerarie e tre tavole di monete. Salvo quest'ultime (in xilografia) il tutto finemente inciso in rame su tavole ripiegate fuori testo (anche di grandi dimensioni). Molto belle soprattutto le carte itinerarie che illustrano dettagliatamente i tragitti di viaggio da una città all'altra. Edizione non comune soprattutto con tutte le carte senza strappi ed in nitida fresca incisione, da non confondersi con le successive ristampe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Bibliographical Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany. Three volume set

      London: Robert Jennings and John Major. VG : in very good condition. Some offsetting and light scattered browning. Heraldic book-plate on paste-down. 1829. [Second Edition]. Half leather marbled board cover. 260mm x 160mm (10" x 6"). 421pp; 428pp; 481pp. 12 engraved plates. Book-plate of Arthur Scott, Rotherfield. .

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      Canton, China. January 3, 1829 - December 18, 1830.. 116; 114pp. (final leaf in volume 2 bound in backwards). Bi-weekly newspaper. Volume 2, numbers 1-24; Volume 3, numbers 1-25. Small folio. Late nineteenth century half cloth and plain paper boards, spine gilt. Minor wear to binding. Mild tanning, a few leaves unevenly trimmed, occasional edge tears. Lower corner of final leaf of volume 2 chipped, affecting a few letters of text. Very good. An unbroken run of the second and third volumes of THE CANTON REGISTER, the first English-language newspaper in China. Published from 1827 to 1843, it was also the only Chinese English-language newspaper for much of this time. As such, it provides an invaluable record of China, as viewed through Western eyes, during this era. The newspaper was co-founded by American-born William Wightman Wood and the Scottish merchants James and Alexander Matheson. Commercial matters are a major focus of the newspaper, and many issues contain a "Canton Price Current," giving prices for a variety of imports and exports, including opium, "elephant's teeth," tea, rice, shark's fins, sandalwood, mother of pearl shells, animal skins (including beaver, fox, rabbits, seals, and sea otters), spices, Indian cotton, ebony, coral, ginseng, and much, much more. There is also information on ships coming in and out of port, several stories about the massacre of the crew of the ship, Navigateur, and other crimes at sea, including mutiny, the arrest of pirates, etc. Chinese royal proclamations are printed, and there are articles on Chinese politics, laws, language, and culture. There are also remarks on the Imperial family and their customs, articles on local crime, Chinese views about suicide and murder, articles on eunuchs, longevity, medicine, and also the results of horse racing at Macao. Mention is made of the British Museum in China and the 1830 earthquake south of Peking, and there is also much news from other parts of China and Asia, including Macao, Peking, Japan and Malacca. A lengthy run of a rare English-language Chinese newspaper, giving much valuable information in the age when American and European trade with China was increasing greatly.

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        The Epping Hunt

      London - Charles Tilt, 1829 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. %0D%0AA short poem about hunting from Thomas Hood. %0D%0AIllustrated with sixengraved plates by George Cruikshank (complete). %0D%0AThomas Hood (23 May 1799 3 May 1845) was a British humorist and poet. His son, Tom Hood, became a well known playwright and editor. %0D%0ACondition: %0D%0AIn a half-calf binding. Externally, smart, with just some rubbing and a few marks. Internally, generally firmly bound although strained in places. Previous owner's label to front pastedown. Pages are bright, though with some light foxing and handling marks. Ink signature to front free-endpaper. Overall: VERY GOOD. %0D%0A%0D%0A.

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        Illustrations of the Natural Scenery of the Snowdonian Mountains

      London and Cambridge: Charles Tilt, 1829 Accompanied by a Description, Topographical and Historical, of the County of Caernarvon. In very attractive tan leather with Royal coat of arms and attractive gilt tooling to top and bottom covers, corners and edges bumped and worn. Spine, faded, has been replaced at some time, raised bands, gilt tooling and title. Internally, gilt tooling to turn ins, red marbled endpapers, binders stamp to ffep-Hayday, B&W frontis of Llyn Idwal, (viiii), 54 pp, with a further 14 B&W full sized plates, some very light offsetting, text block edges in gilt, with a fairly complete topographical description of Caernarvonshire, includes the Appendix which contains a list of the significations of the names of some remarkable places in Caernarvonshire translated into English from Welsh, a Table of Antiquities, and more importantly a Botanical List of Plants and where found, and finally A Table of Elevations, subscribers list, printed by Ibotson and Palmer, Savoy Street, Strand, London. This a very nice copy of the rare Elephant Folio edition (17 * 14 inch). Jones, inspector of schools and antiquary, settled in Beaumaris, on Anglesey, to make a living by writing: he contributed twenty-six articles to Blackwood's Magazine between 1840 and 1849. In 1848 Kay-Shuttleworth appointed him her majesty's inspector (HMI) of church schools for the whole of Wales, a post which Jones used to urge the acknowledgment of the principality's distinctive needs. His passionate espousal of the Welsh language and its culture brought him into conflict with the education department. See ODNB for a full Bio.(Lowndes 1225. COPAC. WorldCat)

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        Reisen In Nubien, Kordofan Und Dem Petraischen Arabien

      Frankfurt & Main: Friedrich Wilmans, 1829. Book. VG. Hardcover. First Edition. 8vo. xxvi, 388pp, 8 folding engraved plates of archaeological interest, 4 engraved folding maps, one of which has been silked on verso at one fold, rebound in modern three-quarter black leather and original faux tree-calf boards, red label at spine with gilt lettering, liner decorations, rear board was bent, but was pressed flat by the binder, leaving a 3 inch crooked line, extremities a little rough to the touch, leather at spine head and tops of boards sunned a bit, title-page foxed, scattered foxing at text, previous owner's name stamped at title-page. Ruppell (1794 - 1884), who was among the very first Europeans to explore the region, presents his factual, scientific account of Egypt, Sudan, the desert in Jordan, Hijaz, Yemen, and Muscat, with additional notice of his survey of the Arabian coast. This volume includes all 8 of the folding plates and all 4 of the maps. Very scarce..

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      AUDIN 1829 - RO30081412: 568 pages + 20 planches dépliantes illustrées en noir et blanc et en couleurs gravées par Bonnet. Tranches marbrées. Tranches marbées en couleus. Titre, ornement dorés sur le dos cuir marron. Des manques sur le dos. Exposant tout ce qui est relatif à sa forme et à ses dimensions à la formation de ses montagnes et de ses couches minérales, aux mouvements de ses eaux, au gissement de ses fossiles et aux phénomènes de ses volcans. Sommaire : définitiion de la Géologie, Formation des continents, de l'atmosphère, de l'eau à la surface du Globe, de l'océan, des principales roches qui composent les couches solides du Globe, Porphyre, talc-stéalite,Terrains intermédiaires ou de transition, Terrains secondaires, Description des roches, Chaux sulfatée, terrain tertiaire, Terrains de transport ou d'alluvion, Etat intérieur du Globe terrestre, Généralité sur les fossiles, Animaux fossiles, Des volacns, Matière minérales produites et rejetées des volcans. In-12 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 551-Géologie [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - Nueva edición aumentada y corregida. Madrid, Imprenta de M. de Burgos, 1829-30, 11x16, 4 volúmenes: LXXVII-375, 571,434 y LII-626 págs. Encuadernados en plena piel de época con tejuelos y hierros en lomera, el vol. I tiene encuadernación distinta a los otros 3 y es un poco más largo. (38166).

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        Synopsis morborum cutaneorum secundum classes, genera, species et varietates. - Übersicht der Hautkrankheiten nach ihren Classen, Gattungen, Arten und Varietäten.

      Berlin, G. Reimer, 1829. - Folio. 4 kolorierte Kupfertafeln, XII, 107 S. Späterer Halbleinenband (bestossen und berieben). Recke-Napiersky IV, 329; Hirsch/H. V, 464; ADB XXXVI, 691. - Nach Studium und Promotion in Kiel, ärztlicher Tätigkeit in Elmshorn, folgte Ludwig August Struve einem Ruf als Prof. der medizin. Klinik nach Dorpat. Struwe unterscheidet "in denen weder die Structur, noch die Farbe der Haut sichtbar verändert erscheint" und Krankheiten "welche sich durch Veränderung entweder der Structur, oder der Farbe, oder beider zugleich in der Haut darstellen". Sein Werk "zeichnet sich im übrigen durch eine gute historische Einleitung, ein zuverlässiges Sachregister und gute Kolorierung der Tafeln aus" (Fick: Geschichte der Dermatologie., S. 222). - Text durchgehend braunfleckig, leicht wasserrandig, Tafeln sauber und nahezu fleckenfrei, Innengelenke verstärkt.

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      [San Felipe de Austin: Printed by G.B. Cotten, 1829]. - Printed document, completed in manuscript. 6 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches. Signed by Samuel M. Williams. Small tear along old fold (slightly affecting a few letters of printed text). Else very good overall. In a half morocco and cloth box. A rare imprint from the San Felipe de Austin press of Godwin Brown Cotten, an original certificate of admission to Austin's colony. "These grants were the foundation of the colonization of Texas" - Streeter. This document reflects one of the four essential steps in the colonization process, being the empresario's certification stating that the immigrant (in this case a widow named Frances Manifee) had been admitted as a member of Austin's colony. The next step would be to present this certificate to the commissioner charged with issuing land titles in the Colony. This document is signed in manuscript by Samuel M. Williams, a close associate of Stephen F. Austin. Streeter refers to a similar form in his collection dated June 2, 1831, also signed by Samuel M. Williams. "For thirteen years Williams was Austin's lieutenant; he wrote deeds, kept records, and directed colonial activities during the empresario's absences" - NEW HANDBOOK OF TEXAS. This is effectively the earliest obtainable Texas imprint, since any earlier ones are only surmised or exist in a few copies in institutions. It is now extremely rare in the marketplace. The only recent sale of a copy was of a much inferior one, with loss on the top margin, which sold at Sotheby's in the Texas Independence Collection sale on June 18, 2004 for $30,000 including house premium. STREETER TEXAS 9. NEW HANDBOOK OF TEXAS 6, p.988. EBERSTADT 162:39.

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        Fugitive Pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron: Containing an entire new edition of the Hebrew Melodies, with the addition of several never before published... also some Original Poetry, Letters and Recollections of Lady Caroline Lamb

      London: Printed for Whittaker, Treacher and Co., 1829. . Sole edition, 8vo, (iii)-xxxvi, 196, (12 advertisement) pp, bound without the half title. One illustration and 7 pages of facsimile manuscript, some occasional light foxing. Uncut in modern half calf, marbled sides, a very good copy. Wise II p93.

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        The Game Birds of India, Burmah, and Ceylon. 3 Bände. Kalkutta, Selbstverlag d. Verf. (1878-)81. Gr. 8°. 2S. 1Bl. II. 279 S.; II, 264S.; II, 438S. VI. mit 3 Holzst.-Titel u. 144 farblithogr. Tafeln, Goldsch., Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rtit.

      - Nissen, IVB 463 - Zimmer I, 314.- Allan Octavian Hume (1829-1912) war Staatsbediensteter im britisch regierten Indien und ein politischer Reformer. Er war, zusammen mit Sir William Wedderburn, Gründer des Indian National Congress und gilt als der Vater der Indischen Ornithologie.- Die Tafeln nach Vorlagen v. W. Foster, E. Neale, M. Herbert, Stanley Wilson, u.a.- Nur vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, Vorsätze mit Exlibris, Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, die dekorativen Kalbsledereinbände tls. etw. berieben u. bestoßen, insges. schönes Ex. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Théorie des richesses sociales par le Comte Frédéric Skarbek, suivi d'une bibliographie de l'économie politique. Tome premier - second

      Paris, A. Saulet et Cie. 1829 - Two volumes in 8vo; pp. (4), 352; pp. (4), 324; contemporary half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt and with gilt lettering, spines skillfully rebacked using the original spine strips, decorative endpapers, marbled edges, some foxing in places of volume II, else clean and crisp, a very good set. First edition, rare. Count Skarbek was professor of political economy at the University of Warsaw and a member of several academic societies. He was a state councilor to the Polish and later to the Russian government. Kress C 2362, Goldsmiths 25774, Menger c. 673, Masui p. 480, Coquelin & Guillaumin II, pp. 621-622 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Amaranth; Or, Masonic Garland. Volume 1: 1828-29

      Boston: Charles W. Moore & Edwin Sevey, April, 1828-October, 1829 - A volume comprising a complete run of this important journal, which historian Robert Reid identifies as "the first exclusively Masonic periodical. " Published in the wake of the Morgan affair (reports of which percolate throughout these pages), THE AMARANTH offered "an unfailing source of supply" for freemasons of the day--and for later editors, who cribbed material from it for decades. The editor, Charles Moore, was a writer of no mean accomplishment. He was the founder and editor of THE MASONIC MIRROR, which Albert Mackey identifies as "the first Masonic newspaper ever issued in America, and, perhaps, in the world, " and THE FREEMASON'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE, which he published from 1841 until his death in 1873. The journal contains reportage on many events of interest to the Masonic historian. The frontispiece to the volume is a woodcut of the New York Masonic Hall, the subject of the first article in the first issue. With the contemporary ownership signature of one G. Day. The binding is sound, and the spine intact, but the leather corners are decayed, and the marbling to the covers is worn to peeling at the edges, There are signs of mildewing to the initial pages, some of which are stuck together. Not the most attractive copy, admittedly, but worthy of restoration. At any rate, a complete run of a very rare periodical. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Polynesian Researches, During a Residence of Nearly Six Months in the South Sea Islands Vols. I-II

      FISHER, SON, & JACKSON, LONDON 1829 - Gold gilt border on covers, three raised ribbs on spine, marbled fore edges, marbled endpages, brown ribbon marker, b&w frontispiece and illustrations, good binding, clean bodies, and unmarked interior. Considering the age text good condition. Light wear, rubbed covers, tanned spines, Vol. I pg. 65-66 has slight crack in hinge and page is partially detached, frontispiece ink is lightly mirrored on title page, bookplate was partially removed on inner board, the words "2 vols. 11.25" is penciled on top corner of fep, and on Vol. I the 1"x1" leather pasted title is missing. base of each spine gilted date 1829 thus suggesting tomes have been rebound circa 1900. DATE PUBLISHED: 1829 EDITION: 536+576 GOOD FULL LEATHER BINDING OF THE 1900? [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Polynesian researches, during a residence of nearly six years in the South Sea Islands; including descriptions of the natural history and scenery of the islands, with remarks on the history, mythology, traditions, government, arts, manners and customs of the inhabitants.

      - London, Fisher, Son, & Jackson, 1829.2 volumes. Contemporary half red morocco, spines gilt. With engraved portrait of Pomare, 2 maps (1 folding), 7 engraved plates (1 damaged) and 15 wood-engravings. XVI,536; VIII,576 pp.* First edition; with the bookplate of Peter Carmichael. - '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' (Hill p.192). The author visited and described Rio de Janeiro, New South Wales and New Zealand. He was in Tahiti from 1816 to 1822, after which he labored for two years on Hawaii. 'Une des sources les plus abondantes pour l'histoire de l'ancien Tahiti' (O'Reilly/Reitman 7556). 'One of the most important books on the history and ethnology of the Society Islands' (Forbes 718). - A nice set.Hill 549; Hocken p.44; Borba de Moraes I, p.286; not in Ferguson. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mexico. 2nd edition. . With an Account of the Mining Companies, and of the Political Events in that Republic, to the present day. 2 vols.

      1829 1829 - London: Henry Colburn, 1829. 8vo. Orig. full prize calf with gilt dec. borders on all four covers (slightly rubbed). Spines extra gilt and with contrasting morocco titling-labels. Inside dentelles. Marbled endpapers and matching edges. With 13 lithograph plates mostly folded incl. one which is coloured, 2 large engrv. fold. maps, and wood-cuts in Vol. 2. Fine and complete.

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      London: Henry Colburn, 1829. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Second Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Title continues: "...His majesty's charge d'affaires in that country during the years 1825, 1826, and part of 1827. second edition enlarged, with an account of the mining companies, and of the political events in that republic, to the present day. In two volumes." Vol. I: xviv, 525pp, 3 full-page plates, including 1 in col.; 5 folding plates; 1 large folding map. Vol. II: 643pp; 3 full-page plates; 2 folding plates, 1 large folding map at the end of the volume. Professionally re-backed, with the original cloth laid on, minor repairs to closed tears in the illustrations and maps. Name of a previous owner on the ffep of each volume. (Due to the size/weight of this set, an extra shipping charge will apply to destinations outside the U.S.A.).

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      Oficina de León Amarita Madrid. 1829, 1830. 30X20. Pasta española. 316Pág+158Pág+1h. La Obra que presentamos contiene el Código de Comercio continuando con la Ley de enjuiciamiento sobre los negocios y causas de comercio en gran formato, edición de bibliofília. Escudo Real grabado en las dos portadas. Muy buen estado. Ref 3.4 Biblioteca A.. Edición Especial. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Como Nuevo.

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        Correspondance littéraire, philosophique et critique de Grimm et de Diderot depuis 1753 jusqu'en 1790. Nouvelle édition revue et mise dans un meilleur ordre, avec des notes et des éclaircissemens, et ou se trouvent rétablies pour la première fois les phrases supprimées par la censure impériale.

      - Paris, Furne et Ladrange, 1829-1831. 16 volumes in-8, demi-veau vert bronze, dos lisses ornés de compartiments garnis de filets dorés et de fers centraux estampés à froid, titres dorés (lég. rouss. et qqs auréoles à qqs feuillets). Bonne édition, en partie originale, complète du seizième volume 'Correspondance inédite de Grimm et de Diderot et Recueil de lettres, poésies, morceaux et fragments retranchés par la censure impériale en 1812 et 1813', à la date de 1829. La première édition chronologique de cette source fondamentale sur les Lumières, augmentée de notes, d’importantes corrections, de trois mois de publication inédite et d’une table générale. (Brunet, II, 1740-1741. France littéraire, III, 479). Provenance : "Bibliothèque Bastide de la Pomme" (Dr Simon de Marseille) avec ex-libris gravé et "Sacha Guitry, vente du 29 juin 1977" selon une mention manuscrite. Bon exemplaire.

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        Código de Comercio, decretado, sancionado y promulgado en 30 de Mayo de 1829

      - Edición oficial, PRIMERA EDICION.- Madrid: Oficina de D. León Amarita, 1829.- 330 p.; 4º menor (21,8 cm.); Plena Piel pasta española época.- La portadilla y dos últimas hojas, correspondientes al índice, con los márgenes ligeramente oxidados y pequeños roces en la encuadernación. Con un sello tampón en la portada que indica "Edición Oficial", que no toca texto. En general la obra se encuentra en excelente estado. Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Beschreibung des Festes Der Zauber Der Weissen Rose gegeben in Potsdam am 13 July 1829 zum Geburtstage Ihrer Majestät der Kaiserin von Russland.

      Berlin: Gropius Brothers, [1829]. - 2 Volumes. oblong folio. pp. 1 p.l., [13]. lithographed title, 2 hand-coloured lithographed views on India paper, mounted, 9 hand-coloured lithographed plates on India paper, mounted, 1 hand-coloured lithographed interior view, & 11 (of 12) hand-coloured lithographed views of the procession. original printed bds. with new cloth ties, rebacked (edges rubbed, mounting sheets for the 9 middle plates browned, light soiling & spotting to outer edge of first processional plate). First Edition of this record of the grand celebrations which took place in honour of the birthday of Alexandra Fyodorovna, Empress of Russia (wife of Czar Nicholas I), born Princess Charlotte of Prussia [1798-1860], who was then in Berlin on a visit to her father, King Frederick William III. The theme of the celebrations was the mediaeval legend of 'Blanchefleur' or the White Rose, a nickname given to Alexandra in childhood. Eleven of the fine hand-coloured plates by Ernst Gärtner, Julius Schoppe, Heinrich Stürmer, and Theodor Hosemann depict the procession of the participants in the tournament regaled in full mediaeval costume. Others depict exterior and interior views of the palace, including one showing the ball in the Grotto Hall, and allegorical tableaux of the Seasons, Virtues and other subjects. The two copies that have appeared at auction in the last fifteen years were lacking one of the 9 middle plates. The present copy is unusual in that all of the plates are hand-coloured rather than just the processional plates and the interior view. Lipperheide Sbb31. Vinet 779 ("Ouvrage de luxe qui n'a pas été mis dans le commerce."). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MEMOIRS OF JAMES HARDY VAUX, a swindler and thief; now transported to New South Wales for the second time, and for life. Written by himself. Second edition,

      London: Whittaker Treacher and Arnot 1829 - 12mo, (155x99mm), [3 adverts],[1 blank],xxiv,288p. some very slight and occasional spotting. Original green calico cloth, some slight fading, the backstrip discoloured and with a leather back-label, preserved in a modern custom-made solander box. (Ferguson Bibliography of Australia 1305) A rare edition of what was, in its first edition of 1819, the first Australian autobiography. It recounts the life and wrong-doings of the author and his subsequent life in the convict colony. This so-called second edition, which retains the introduction by Barron Field, appears to be a re-issue of the 1827 edition that had been published in London by Hunt and Clarke and numbered volume 13 in their series of 'autobiographical works that offer a collection of the most instructive and amusing lives ever published.' The advertisements that precede the text of this book, list the volumes in the series and retain Hunt & Clarke's number of 13, as does the series title which precedes the volume title. However, we suspect that between 1827 and 1829 Whittaker, Treacher and Arnot took over the series from Hunt & Clarke and re-issued the volume under their own imprint. Whittaker &c. issued another edition in 1830 with slightly different pagination and re-numbered it as volume 17 of the series. Copac locates no copies of this edition in any UK library, indeed we can locate only two Australian libraries which hold copies. As an added attraction this volume is an early example of a publisher's edition binding in calico cloth, having been published - according to the publisher's advert - in 'a fine library edition at 6 shillings the volume.' Please note that the advised postage is based on an average book, if necessary the postage will be reduced to the correct amount and you will be notified by email. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London. . 1829 - Double elephant folio print, framed. Near fine condition. Audubon's depiction of the Mississippi Kite appeared in 1829 as plate 117 in THE BIRDS OF AMERICA. This plate aroused considerable debate at the time, because many natural historians were quick to note the similarity between the lower of the two birds shown and the rendering of the same species in Alexander Wilson's AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGY, issued in 1809. Audubon was detested by Wilson's loyalists in the Philadelphia scientific establishment of the day. Lead by George Ord, who had completed Wilson's work after his death, they felt that Audubon over- romanticized his work and had no scientific ability. They seized on this obvious cribbing from Wilson as another example of Audubon's perfidy. Indeed, it is difficult to understand why Audubon found it necessary to lift a bird portrait from Wilson, so vastly his inferior as an artist. The other kite shown provides a magnificent contrast, demonstrating how extraordinary Audubon's talents were.

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        Monumens des grands-maîtres de l`ordre de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem, ou vues des tombeaux élevés à Jérusalem, à Ptolémaïs, à Rhodes, à Malte, etc. accompagnés de notices historiques sur chacun des grands-maîtres, des inscriptions gravées sur leurs Tombeaux,

      J. J. Blaise Editeur, Paris 1829 - Noch Titel : "de leurs armoiries, etc. " 2 Bände/Tomes/Volumes, KOMPLETT ! Erstausgabe, Original-Ausgabe. Text Französisch. Marmorierte Hartkarton-Einbände mit Goldbordüre an Lederecken, leichte Abriebsspuren, goldgeprägter Lederrücken mit Titelei, Kapitale/Kapitalbände unverletzt, marmorierte Vor-/Nachsatzblätter, Exlibris, Buchschnitte sanft stockfleckig, Büttenpapier, Lesebändchen, Seiten teilweise nicht beschnitten, insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Band 1, Erster Band, Volume/Tome Premier: XX (Introduction / Vorwort), 317 Seiten mit Frontispiz, Bildnis des Grabes von Gérard Tunc, 41 Tafeln / planches (Ritterdarstellungen, Kreuzzüge, Historische Szenen, Portraits), Falttafeln von Ansichten (Jerusalem, Ptolémaïs, Rhodes, Ansicht der Loge der Ritter). Die Ritter u.a. (les chevaliers, entre autres): Gérard Tunc, Raymond Du Puy, Ogier De Balbaine, Arnold De Comps, Gilbert D`Assalit, Gastus Joubert, Roger De Moulins, Geoffroy Le Rat, Guerin De Montaigu, Hugues De Revel, Foulques De Villaret, Helion De Villeneuve, Roger De Pins, Jean Bonpar De Lastic, Jacques De Milli, Emery D Amboise, Fabrice Quarrett. Band 2, Zweiter Band, Volume/Tome Second: 464 Seiten mit Frontispiz, Tafeln 42-69, Falttafeln (2 Ansichten von Malta/ Deux vues de Malte, Ansicht der Kirche von Saint Jean in Malta / Vue de l`eglise de Saint Jean à Malte, Ansicht der unterirdischen Kapelle von Saint Jean / Vue de la chapelle souterraine de Saint Jean, Ansicht des Hauptpalasts / Vue du palais magistral, 6 Fresken des Palais Magistrale / Six fresques du palais magistral, Denkmal des Grafen von Beaujolais / Monuments du Comte de Beaujolais). Die Ritter u.a. (les chevaliers, entre autres): Villiers De L`Ile-Adam, Pierre Du Pont, Didier De Saint-Jaille, Jean D Omedes, Jean De La Valette, Louis Mendes De Vasconcellos, Martin De Redin, Annet De Clairemont, Adrien De Wignacourt, Antoine Manoel De Vilhena, Francois Ximenez, Emmanuel De Rohan, Jean De Tommasi, André Di Giovanni Centelles. Insgesamt zwei bibliophile, sehr gut erhaltene Bücher. --------Deux ouvrages, reliés demi-cuir avec nerfs dorés, signet, pages en partie non coupées, multiples planches/portraits, vues. Peu de rousseurs, dans l`ensemble excellent état pour cette première édition. --------First and original edition of the two volumes set on monuments (tombs) of the Knights Hospitaller (Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God) including views of Jerusalem and Malta. Pages partly uncut, very slight foxing. Altogether excellent condition. 16,5 x 26 Cm. 2,4 Kg. Gewicht in Gramm: 2400 1. Ausgabe Hartkarton/Leder Exzellent [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The New Protestant Sovereign Safely Coach Wot's about to Start from the New Castle Windsor, on Improved Principles; the Late on being found Crazy.

      S. W. Fores, 41 Piccadilly,, London: 1829 - A political caricature with Western Australian associations. The cartoon illustrates a whispering campaign against Wellington in the summer and autumn which led him to take legal action, when there was talk of the government breaking up. Eldon drives the coach in which George IV is the passenger. Eldon's opposition to the Catholic Relief Bill gathers momentum as Wellington's 'Emancipation Carrier', portrayed as a two-wheeled cart, crashes. The two men dumped from the cart are Wellington & Robert Peel. Amongst the papers scattered about the two men are "Swan River grants to Relatives". Peel attracted a certain amount of political heat for granting his cousin Thomas Peel extensive tracts of land in the new Swan River Colony, later Western Australia. BM:15809. Copper engraving with period hand color. 14 3/4 x 9 1/2" (platemark) with margins. Margins a little dusty otherwise very good condition.

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        The Waverley Novels. The Works of W. Scott. [set of writings/novels including Rob Roy, Ivanhoe, etc.]

      Edinburgh: Cadell and Company, 1829., 1829. 48 volumes; small 8vo (17.5 x 140cm). Mid-nineteen century binding by Maclehose of Glasgow in red half straight grained morocco with raised bands, gilt titles and gilt to spines, red cloth boards, marbled end papers; top edges gilt. Engraved frontispieces and title vignettes. Light foxing to edges and occasional to content. A fine set that shows extremely well.

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        Revue de Paris Tome Premier (Avril 1829) Tome Second (Mai 1829) [ Edition originale contenant l'article d'Eugène Delacroix : Des Critiques en matière d'Arts ]

      Everat Imprimeur de la Revue de Paris Au Bureau de la Revue de Paris et chez Levavasseur 1829 - 2 vol. in-8 reliure postérieure demi-basane à coins bleue, dos lissé orné, Everat Imprimeur de la Revue de Paris (Tome 1), Au Bureau de la Revue de Paris et chez Levavasseur (tome 2), Paris, Avril et Mai 1829, tome 1 : 2 ff. (1 f. portant la mention "Imprimerie d'Everat" et 1 f. de faux-titre), 256 pp. et 4 ff. n. ch. (partition de Rossini sur un texte de Casimir Delavigne) ; Tome 2 : 2 ff., 252 pp. Rare et bel exemplaire (un petit choc léger à un dos) de l'édition originale des deux premiers tomes de la Revue de Paris (à ne pas confondre avec les diverses contrefaçons belges). Ces deux volumes contiennent notamment les débuts de la publication des "Portraits et Souvenirs de la Révolution Française" de Charles Nodier, la première parution de la nouvelle "Mateo Falcone" de Prosper Mérimée, l'article "Des institutions littéraires à la Chine" par J. P. Abel-Rémusat et surtout les débuts de Delacroix comme critique d'art avec son article "Des Critiques en matière d'Arts". Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        STORIA DI COMO scritta da Professore nel Liceo Diocesano della stessa città.

      Ostinelli, 1829-1832, Como. - 4 voll. in-8, pp. XXVI, 182, (2); 185-566, (2); 452, (4); 457-894, (4), belliss. leg. p. pelle coeva con doppio tass. ai d., risguardi in carta dec., conservate all'interno le cop. orig. Taglio sup. dorato. L'opera si suddivise in vol. I, p. 1 e 2, vol. II, p. 1 e 2. Fondamentale storia della città lombarda in ediz. orig. Sono ampiamente descritte le opere artistiche e i monumenti cittadini, le sue vicende storiche, geografiche, geologiche, letterarie e scientifiche. Con ampi indici al fine di ciascun vol. Manca a Lozzi, Predari e Platneriana. Ottimo e fresco esempl. in elegante leg. [379]

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        Big trees, 1903

      - Thomas Hill (1829-1908) Big trees, 1903 Signed and dated lower right: “T. Hill/1903” Oil on canvas Canvas size: 46 ¼” x 30” Framed size: 55” x 38 ¾” Provenance: Mrs. Joseph O. Tobin to Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Mrs. Joseph O. Tobin was the granddaughter of Michael Henry de Young, founder of the San Francisco Chronicle and benefactor of the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum. Thomas Hill was born in Birmingham, England on September 11, 1829. After immigrating to the United States in 1844, Hill settled with his family in Taunton, Massachusetts. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under the tutelage of Peter F. Rothermel. Hill painted in Massachusetts throughout the 1850’s, often in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with a group of artists that included Asher B. Durand, George Inness, Benjamin Champney, Albert Bierstadt, Virgil Williams and his brother Edward Hill. For health reasons he was forced to seek a milder climate and, with wife and children, made the overland trek to California in 1861. After settling in San Francisco, Hill advertised himself as a portrait painter. In 1862 Hill made his first trip to Yosemite accompanied by the artists William Keith and Virgil Williams. In 1866 Hill exhibited his Yosemite scenes at the National Academy, and later that year, traveled to Paris where he was a pupil of Paul Meyerheim and exhibited at the Universal Expo. Returning to the United States, Hill stayed in Boston from 1868 to 1970, but returned to San Francisco in 1871. He hit his artistic stride in California during the 1870s, beginning with his first grandiose painting, The Yosemite Valley, which was published as a chromolithograph by Prang. With Frederic Whymper, Hill was a founding member of the San Francisco Art Association, and in 1873, he became a member of the Bohemian Club, a men’s organization dedicated to cultural enhancement. Hill built a studio in Yosemite in 1883, which would become his main residence for rest of his life (his wife maintained the family home in Oakland). During the winter months Hill resided in San Francisco where he maintained a studio in the Flood Building. When Virgil Williams died in 1886, Hill became interim director of the School of Design until a new director could be found. During the 1870s and 1880s, Hill’s work was in demand and brought very high prices; however, during the later part of his life his work did not command the interest that it once had due to changing art styles. Like Bierstadt, his panoramic landscapes were considered old-fashioned and for half a century or more his work was in eclipse. Today his work has regained its proper stature and he is considered a giant in American art. His work can currently be viewed in the collections of the de Young museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Oakland Museum of California and the White House, among many other collections. The trees illustrated in Thomas Hill’s “Big Tress, 1903” are giant Sequioas in the Mariposa Grove near Wawaona, in the southernmost part of Yosemite National Park . Mariposa Grove was first visited by non-natives in 1857, when found by Galen Clark and Milton Mann. The grove contains about 500 mature giant Sequoias, some dating to over 2000 years old. The “Wawona Tunnel Tree,” as illustrated in Hill’s painting, had a tunnel cut through it in 1881 to allow horse-drawn carriages and eventually automobiles to pass through it. Since falling in 1969, this tree has since been called the “Fallen Tunnel Tree”. The tree in the foreground of the painting is called the Vermont Tree. These trees, along with the others in the Mariposa Grove, have been tourist attractions since the late 19th century and continue to be so today.

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        Das neue Schauspielhaus in Berlin. - Le nouveau Theatre de Berlin.

      . in blau - schwarz gedrucktes Aquatinta v. Laurens & Thiele n. Schinkel ( nach Schinkels Zeichnung verkleinert) b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12 x 17. Kiewitz 1128; Ernst, Schinkel, Nr. 6. - Ansicht des neuen - durch Schinkel erbauten - Schauspielhauses, rechts Blick in die Jägerstraße.

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        Der Gensd'armesmarkt mit dem alten Schauspielhaus. - Le Marche des Gend'armes et l'ancien Theatre.

      . Aquatinta v. Laurens & Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1829, 12 x 17. Ernst, Calau, Nr. 178; Kiewitz 319. - Blick zum alten Schaupielhaus, welches nach dem Brand durch den Neubau von Schinkel ersetzt wurde. Links der deutsche Dom.

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        LONGHOLLOW: A COUNTRY TALE (In Three Volumes)

      London: Whittaker, Treacher, and Arnot, Ave Maria Lane, 1829. 3 vols. cm.18. xv, 334p.; 291p.; 261p. No half-titles. Half leather with marbled boards. Spine of vol. 1 and 2 heavily worn, chipped at head, heavily rubbed and chipped along whole spine. Vol 3 spine with light rubbing. Edges of boards lightly worn and a bit darkened. Endpapers lightly foxed. Contents very good, very clean throughout. Volumes tight and square. Despite wear to spines of 2 volumes, set is clean and rather very good. . Hardcover. Good. 12mo.

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