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        Manifesto dos direitos de Sua Magestade Fidelissima a Senhora Dona Maria Segunda; e exposição da questão portugueza.

      London, Richard Taylor, 1829. - Large 4°, nineteenth-century black quarter morocco over marbled boards (minor wear), spine with raised bands in 5 compartments, heavily gilt, short title in second compartment from head. Light soiling and a few light dampstains. 62 pp., (1 blank l.), 186 pp., (1 blank l.). *** FIRST EDITION. "Os exemplares da edição original de Londres poucas vezes apparecem no mercado. É o Manifesto havido como escripto de muita importancia, assim pela materia de que tracta, como plea riqueza de documentos que se lhe annexaram." - Innocêncio V, 346. ?Importante opúsculo? (Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão, História de Portugal, VII, 421). After D. Pedro IV abdicated his rights to the Portuguese throne in favor of his daughter, D.Maria da Glória, he sent her from Rio de Janeiro to Portugal. Learning that her uncle, D. Miguel, had seized power and invalidated the liberal charter, she sailed instead to England. Pages (3)-62 contain the Manifesto, followed by copies of important historical documents in support of D. Maria?s cause. The work was compiled by José António Guerreiro, responsible for the legal details, and by the Duke of Palmella, for the diplomatic and historical matters. The documents are signed by D. João VI, D. Miguel, D. Pedro, Lord Aberdeen, the Marquez de Barbacena, and others.José António Guerreiro (1789-1834), was a native of São Martinho de Lanhelas, near the villa de Caminha (concelho de Coimbra). In 1821 he was elected a deputy to the Constitutional Cortes; the following year he was named to the Tribunal de Liberdade de Imprensa. He served as minister of justice until 28 May 1823, and occupied the same post under the Carta Constitucional in 1826 and 1827. In 1828 he was named a member of the Regency for D. Maria II on the Island of Terceira, serving until D. Pedro took over as Regent. Had he not died young, it is highly probable that Guerreiro would have been one of the leading Portuguese political figures of the second half of the nineteenth century.The first Duke of Palmela (Turin, 1781-Lisbon, 1850) was one of the leading Portuguese statesmen of the first half of the nineteenth century. He represented Portugal at the conference of Bayonne in 1808, at the Congress of Vienna in 1814, and at the Congress of Paris in 1815. After serving briefly as Minister to the Court of St. James, he became secretary of state for foreign affairs at the Portuguese court in Rio de Janeiro. He then became foreign minister and was made a Marquis in 1823. When D. Miguel siezed the throne in 1828, Palmela sided with the opposition, and fled to England. Dom Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil, appointed him guardian of his daughter, D. Maria II, and he acted as her representative to Great Britain. In 1830 he set up her regency in the Azores. When D. Pedro took charge of the regency in person in 1832, he named Palmela his foreign minister. He served as the first Prime Minister of the newly formed constitutional monarchy in Portugal from September 24, 1834 to May 4, 1835. He was Prime Minister again for two days in February 1842 and from March to October 1846. Palmela was also a great bibliophile; we have seen many fine and important books on the market with his "carimbo".This work was published in Rennes, 1831; Coimbra, 1836; and Coimbra, 1841. There was also an edition in French published in Paris, 1830.*** Innocêncio IV, 240; V, 346; XVI, 95. Duarte de Sousa II, 462. Cf. Palha 3742, for the edition of Rennes, 1831. On Guerreiro, see Grande enciclopédia, XII, 865-6. On Palmela, see Grande enciclopédia, XX, 123-7. Porbase locates ten copies: eight in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and two in the Biblioteca Geral de Arte-Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. Copac repeats British Library copies, and adds Oxford University. NUC: DCU-IA. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Herodotus, Translated from the Greek, for the Use of General Readers; With Short Explanatory Notes.

      London: Holdworth and Ball. 1829 - FIRST EDITION of this translation. Large, thick 8vo, 228 x 134 mms., pp. [ii], [iii] iv -xxvi, 766, [8 - adverts], folding engraved map as frontispiece, folding "Chronology of the Persian and Grecian History," uncut, many leaves unopened, original boards, linen spine, paper label; ex-library stamp on title-page, edges a bit soiled, but a very good copy, inscribed on top margin of recto of front free end-paper, "The editor of the Literary Gazette."Even though many leaves are unopened, someone last left the marginal injunction "omit" beside this passage on page 433: "If the kings do not make their appearance at the public supper, two choenices of barley-bread are sent home to each of them, with a small pint of wine:--if they are present, they have a double portion of all. The same honour is conferred upon them, when invited to a private house." A theologian, artist, and inventor, Isaac Taylor of Stanford Rivers] (1787–1865) was eldest surviving son of Isaac Taylor of Ongar (1759–1829). His best-known work is The Natural History of Enthusiasm, published also in 1829. The Gentleman's Magazine for 1829 was happy with the translation: "we think Mr. Taylor entitled to much praise for familiarizing the English public with an author, not only one of the principal historians of antiquity, but in many matters the only one." A much longer notice in The Westminster Review took the opposite view, for example, that the translation, "seems to be occasionally inelegant and aukward [sic], when there is no particular difficulty to plead as an apology; there is occasionally 'uncouthness' which is not justified by any necessity, or recompensed by by the felicity of keeping the signficant turns of the original; an exact scholar might also complain of several slight inaccuracies." [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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        Carte Générale Et Elementaire De L'Allemagne, Conformement à l'Acte du Congrès de Vienne du 9 Jiun 1815; et aux derniers Traités de Paix. Carte comprenant en entiev L'Empire D'Autriche, La Confédération Germanique, Le Royaume De Prusse, Le Royaume Des Pays - Bas Et Le Royaume De Pologne. Par Maire Géographe Paris Chez Jean, Rue St. Jean-de-Beauvais, N°. 10. 1829. Gravé par Perrier. et B. Tardieu.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Perrier & Tardieu b. Jean in Paris, dat. 1829, 55,5 x 68 Tooley's Dic. of Mapmakers S. 335. - Seltene Karte Deutschlands mit dem Gebiet zwischen Siebenbürgen, Norditalien, Niederlande und Polen nach dem Wiener Kongress. - Unten links Titel und Verlegeradresse. - Unten rechts Erklärungen und Maßstab. - Oben links Insetstadtpläne von Hamburg, Liege (Lüttich) und Brüssel. - Oben rechts Insetstadtpläne von Wien, Berlin, Dresden und Leipzig.

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        Oeuvres de Dugald Stewart. (5 volumes).

      Bruxelles, Librairie philosophique, 1829. 5 vols. Contemporary marbled calf, spines finely gilt, with red and green morocco title-labels. Text in French. (top of 1 spine repaired; a few corners very sl. dam.). With lithographed portrait (stained). (Paper partly seriously stained, mainly first and last quires of each volume). French. vol 1: Esquisses de philosophie morale, trad. par Jouffroy. 334 pp.; 2: Essais philosophiques sur les systèmes de Locke, Berkeley, Priestley, Horne-Tooke, etc., trad. par Huret. 328 pp.; 3-5: Histoire abrégée des sciences métaphysiques, morales et politiques, depuis la renaissance des lettres, trad. par Buchon. 336, 342, 272 pp. - Good complete set

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        Amtlicher Bericht über die Versammlung deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte zu Berlin im September 1828, erstattet von den damaligen Geschäftsführern. Nebst einer lithographirten Sammlung eigenhändiger Namenszüge der Theilnehmer.

      Berlin, Trautwein. 1829 - 4°. IV + 55 + 2 n.n. + 40 S. OBrosch. EA. Mit den angehängten 40 Seiten der Signaturen sowie der Abbildung der Einladungskarte und des Grundrisses des Sitzungssaales. - Besitz-Sign. a. T. (schlägt etw. durch), leicht fleckig, tlw. etw. stockfleckig, Faltspur, etw. knittrig, Gbrsp. - Umfassender Bericht mit allen im Vorlauf der Veranstaltung Begebenheiten und Lösungen sowie eine Auflistung der in sieben Abteilungen gegliederten Vorträge u. ä. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        Tres obras francesas de astrología en francés, siglos XVIII y XIX. 3 early french works on astrology XVIII & XIX centuries

      varias s/d, Francia - Lot de trois volumes : - petit almanach Lillois / 1829. - almanach de Troyes avec illustrations liées a la chiromancie. - Enfin un curieux ouvrage de prédictions (du type Nostradamus) intitulé "Prophéties générales pour sept années" par le bon Hermite solitaire, grand Astrologue. Publié a Troyes vers 1718. Le miroir d'astrologie ou Le passe-tems de la jeunesse. Propheties generales pour sept anne'es. L'astrologue lillois oy Nouveau Matthieu Laensber pour l'année 1829 3vols. volumen(es)/volume(s) varias pp páginas [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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        Map of the County of Sussex

      Greenwood, Pringle & Co, London 1829 - Large decorative steel engraved survey map of the British county, with original hand color, dissected and mounted on linen. First published March 24th 1825, this is from the same plate but with additions and corrections. With a large vignette illustration of Chichester Cathedral at lower right corner and a compass rose, it shows county boundaries, the parishes and hundreds, market towns, villages, turnpike roads, churches, chapels, castles and priories, heaths, canals, railways, woods, parks, hills, wind and water mills, and rivers & brooks.The Greenwood brothers, Christopher and John, are recognized for their impressive series of high quality steel engraved large scale folding county maps based on their own surveys, made between 1817 and 1830.The Sussex map in 12 panels, backed in linen with green silk edging. 29 x 25 1/2". Folds into green marbled paper covers. Very clean and bright.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
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        The Natural, Statistical and Civil History of the State of New-York. In Three Volumes.

      Gould & Banks, New York 1829 - three volume set. xxiv, 539; xi, 457; xvi, 451 pages. All volumes also have an errata page at the end. Rebound sometime in the 19th or early 20th century with leather spines and marbled boards. A nice set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tinakori Books]
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        Raccolta completa delle commedie + memorie di C.G. e del suo teatro

      Antonelli, Venezia 1829-31 - 74 volumetti legati in 25, in 12°, ritratto dell’autore e una tavola f.t. all’inizio di ogni commedia, legatura coeva in mezza pelle, doppio tassello, tagli colorati, minime mende ai dorsi 74 bound small volumes in 12 °, portrait of the author and one table f.t. at the beginning of each comedy, contemporary half-leather binding, double piece, coloured edges, minimal faults to the spines. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Redaelli Alberto]
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        Guide du voyageur au Havre

      Havre 1829 - Histoire. Frontispice (François Ier), un plan et une carte dépliants. 3 gravures hors-texte. Rare. 12,5x19,5. 163p. in-12° Bon état. Menus frottements. Ex-libris "Bibliothèque de Jacques-Décime Delzous juge au tribunal de première instance collé au verso d'une garde. Intérieur en bon état. Rousseurs à des degrés divers Reliure demi-basane à coins. Dos lisse orné d'une pièce de titre. Couverture conservée

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        Colección de los viajes y descubrimientos que hicieron por mar los españoles desde fines del siglo XV, con varios documentos inéditos concernientes a la historia de la marina castellana 2º edición

      Imprenta Nacional 1829/59, Madrid - "Fernandez de Navarrete y su relación de viajes y documentos referidos al descubrimiento de America" 5 vols; 4to; muy buena encuadernación en cuero del siglo XIX; con 3 mapas y dos grabados. (COMPLETO). NOTABLE COMPILACIÓN DE VIAJES Y DOCUMENTOS INÉDITOS REFERIDOS AL DESCUBRIMIENTO DE AMERICA. La importancia de su contenido es de sobra conocida por todos los estudiosos de americana. Conserva todo su valor como obra de consulta, y es indispensable en toda biblioteca sobre América. El primer volumen comprende una pequeña Historia de la Marina española desde los tiempos más remotos, con biografías de Colón, Fernández de Oviedo, Las Casas y otros. Contiene además las relaciones, cartas y otros documentos concernientes a los 4 viajes de Colón para el descubrimiento de las Indias Occidentales. El segundo contiene además de otros documentos relativos al descubrimiento, relaciones de las primeras poblaciones. El tercero trata principalmente de todos los llamados "viajes menores" y los viajes de Vespucio, se describen los descubrimientos de los españoles después del 3º viaje de Colón. A partir de la pág. 181 se encuentra la relación de los viajes de Américo Vespucio según la edición de Strasburgo de Juan Gruniger, impresor y traductor de la obra al castellano y posteriormente una relación del establecimiento de los españoles en Darien. El cuarto narra y describe el viaje de Magallanes y de Elcano alrededor del mundo, con noticias biográficas de Magallanes y varias pruebas y documentos que lo justifican. Describe también la expedición al Malaco. El quinto narra los viajes de Loaisa y Saavedra. "The author rescued the earliest and rarest records of American discovery". 5vols; 4to; ¾ XIX century Spanish calf, 3 maps and 2 plates (complete). Mixed edition (as usual) of this important work. Volumes 1, 2 are second editions- vols. 3, 4 & 5 are firsts. Fine set of this relation of Spanish voyages from the end of the fifteenth century, containing the text of many historical and hitherto unpublished documents referring to the discovery of America. The folding maps depict (1) North America and the Atlantic, showing the route followed by Christopher Columbus; (2) Tierra Firme and the West Indies, showing Columbus’s course; and (3) Southern Florida, Cuba and Tierre Firme. The fourth volume, which refers to the voyages and discoveries of Magellan and Juan Sebastian de Elcano, in the Moluccas, contains an engraved portrait of the former, and an illustration of a statue of the latter. The fifth volume treats of expeditions to the Moluccas and the voyages of Loaisa and Saavedra, and contains the text of many original documents relating to these expeditions. Mr. Rich (Vol. II., p. 179,) devotes almost a page of encomium to this valuable work. Brunet characterizes it as an "important collection," and Washington Irving drew from it most of the material which forms the basis of his "Life of Columbus." It contains the original diary of the voyages of Columbus, compiled by B. de las Casas, the expeditions of Amerigo Vespucci, and the subsequent voyages of the Spaniards, taken from inedited manuscripts or reprinted from rare printed works; also many singular and curious documents concerning the history and manners of the period. It may safely be asserted that the enterprise of this laborious compiler has rescued from oblivion the earliest and rarest records of American discovery. 5vols. volumen(es)/volume(s) varias pp páginas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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        Lehrbuch der Experimental-Physik oder Erfahrungs-Naturlehre. Zweite Auflage der deutschen Bearbeitung. Mit Hinzufügung der neuern und einheimischen Entdeckungen von Gustav Theodor Fechner. 5 Bände.

      Leipzig, Voß, 1828-1829. - 8vo, Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern, XX, 411 Seiten; VI, 350 Seiten; XVI, 564 Seiten; VIII, 488 Seiten; VIII, 559 Seiten, mit gestochenem Porträt und 23 gefalteten Kupfertafeln sowie 2 gefalteten Tabellen. Marmorierte Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückenschild und leichter Rückenvergoldung aus der Bibliothek Schloss Neidstein. Signatur-Märkchen auf Rücken, Deckel vereinzelt mit leichten Wurmspuren, gering berieben, innen leicht stockfleckig. Poggendorff I, 195. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Mertens]
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        Map of the County of Saratoga

      David H. Burr, New York 1829 - Map. Copper plate engraving with original hand-coloring. Image measures 12 x 17 1/2" This map depicts Saratoga County in eastern New York, divided into 18 towns outlined in vivid color. The county is bordered by the Hudson River in the east and the Mohawk River in the south. Saratoga Springs is identified. The map denotes major routes, waterways, and topographical details, and icons label villages, flouring mills, factories, forges, saw mills, and churches. This first edition of Burr's county map appeared in his "Atlas of the State of New York" of the same year, which was the second atlas of an individual state ever published. The map is in good condition with light foxing throughout. Full original margins. David H. Burr (1803-1875) served as Topographer to the United States Post Office and Geographer to the House of Representatives and was widely known for his accuracy and attention to detail. His "Universal Atlas" was the first to map each of the United States individually. This map is a lovely rendering of a hard-to-find county in New York State.

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        Lectures on the Elements of Hieroglyphics

      London: C.J.G. & F. Rivington, 1829. Copyright date 1829, first edition. An important early work on Egyptian hieroglyphics. 11 folding plates at rear. 21.5x13.5 cm (8½x5¼") old half calf and marbled boards, spine bands gilt, black leather spine label lettered in gilt. First Edition. Spine sunned, edges rubbed; some irregular creasing to plates; light foxing. Text and Hieroglyphics illustrations are bright and clean, binding is secure, a solid collectible book.. First Edition. Leather. very Good/no Jacket. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible text. Book.

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        The Travels.

      London: for the Oriental Translation Committee,, 1829. Translated from the abridged Arabic manuscript copies, preserved in the public library of Cambridge. With notes illustrative of the history, geography, botany, antiquities, etc. occurring throughout the work. By Samuel Lee. Quarto (275 × 214 mm). 20th-century tan calf laid down on old boards retaining early central panels and rebacked to style, rolled floral boarder to covers enclosing intersecting two-line rules gilt, the front with the the gilt arms of the United University Club (the original recipients as named on the presentation leaf), marbled edges and endpapers, cloth inner hinges. Engraved plate of the United University Club to front pastedown, associated ink-stamps to title and p.1. Central cover-panels scuffed and scored, blank leaves lightly finger-marked, but otherwise very clean internally. A very good copy, completed with the presentation and errata leaves, and the 16-page Report of the Proceedings of the First General Meeting of the Subscribers to the Oriental Translation Fund bound in at rear as issued. First edition in English, and the first in any European vernacular, of the Rihlah of Ibn Battutah, "the greatest traveller of pre-modern times" (Dunn, The Adventures of Ibn Battuta, a Muslim Traveller of the Fourteenth Century, p. 1). Ibn Battutah (1304-1368/69) was a jurist from Tangiers who, upon completing the hajj, decided to take advantage of the extensive trade routes then linking the western Eurasian landmass with the Far East. Travelling over land and sea, he "is estimated to have covered 75,000 miles in forty years" (Howgego), his wanderings taking him across North Africa, the Horn of Africa, West Africa and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China. His Rihlah ("Voyage"), fully known as the Tuhfat al-nazzar fi ghara'ib al-amsar wa 'aja'ib al-asfar ("A Gift for those who Contemplate the Oddities of Cities and Marvels of Journeys"), was without doubt the most important, "longest and in terms of its subject matter, the most complex" (Dunn, p .4) example of this popular genre, which usually just told of a pilgrim's progress from the Maghreb to Mecca. It was virtually unknown in Europe until 1818, when German orientalist Johann Kosegarten published three brief extracts from a truncated Arabic manuscript. The present translation, based on abridged manuscripts purchased by Johann Ludwig Burckhardt in Egypt and deposited at Cambridge in 1829, was the first text to be published by the Oriental Translation Committee, and is the work of Samuel Lee (1783-1852), a British orientalist whose "linguistic genius was shown in a prodigious scholarly output" (ODNB); notably he reproduces much of Ibn Battutah's original Arabic text. The French conquest of Algeria led to the discovery of a complete manuscript which was used by French scholars Defrémery and Sanguinetti to compile an edition which became standard but was not completed until 1874.

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        A Dissertation on the course and probable termination of the Niger.

      London: J. Murray 1829 - First edition. 8vo., x, 195pp., PRESENTATION COPY with title inscribed: 'The Earl of Eldon from the Author'. 3 folding engraved maps. Original drab boards, neat repairs to extremities, a fine copy. After Mungo Park had shown that a large river (identified as the Niger of the ancients) flowed from west to east, various theories emerged to explain its course beyond Sansanding, where Park's report ended. One of the strangest theories came from Donkin who suggested that the Niger flowed into Lake Chad, then out of Lake Chad toward the north, disappearing under the desert in an underground stream that finally emerged in the Gulf of Sidra. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Travels. Translated from the abridged Arabic manuscript copies, preserved in the public library of Cambridge. With notes illustrative of the history, geography, botany, antiquities, etc. occurring throughout the work. By Samuel Lee.

      London: for the Oriental Translation Committee, 1829 - Quarto (275 × 214 mm). 20th-century tan calf laid down on old boards retaining early central panels and rebacked to style, rolled floral boarder to covers enclosing intersecting two-line rules gilt, the front with the the gilt arms of the United University Club (the original recipients as named on the presentation leaf), marbled edges and endpapers, cloth inner hinges. Engraved plate of the United University Club to front pastedown, associated ink-stamps to title and p.1. Central cover-panels scuffed and scored, blank leaves lightly finger-marked, but otherwise very clean internally. A very good copy, completed with the presentation and errata leaves, and the 16-page Report of the Proceedings of the First General Meeting of the Subscribers to the Oriental Translation Fund bound in at rear as issued. First edition in English, and the first in any European vernacular, of the Rihlah of Ibn Battutah, "the greatest traveller of pre-modern times" (Dunn, The Adventures of Ibn Battuta, a Muslim Traveller of the Fourteenth Century, p. 1). Ibn Battutah (1304-1368/69) was a jurist from Tangiers who, upon completing the hajj, decided to take advantage of the extensive trade routes then linking the western Eurasian landmass with the Far East. Travelling over land and sea, he "is estimated to have covered 75,000 miles in forty years" (Howgego), his wanderings taking him across North Africa, the Horn of Africa, West Africa and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China. His Rihlah ("Voyage"), fully known as the Tuhfat al-nazzar fi ghara'ib al-amsar wa 'aja'ib al-asfar ("A Gift for those who Contemplate the Oddities of Cities and Marvels of Journeys"), was without doubt the most important, "longest and in terms of its subject matter, the most complex" (Dunn, p .4) example of this popular genre, which usually just told of a pilgrim's progress from the Maghreb to Mecca. It was virtually unknown in Europe until 1818, when German orientalist Johann Kosegarten published three brief extracts from a truncated Arabic manuscript. The present translation, based on abridged manuscripts purchased by Johann Ludwig Burckhardt in Egypt and deposited at Cambridge in 1829, was the first text to be published by the Oriental Translation Committee, and is the work of Samuel Lee (1783-1852), a British orientalist whose "linguistic genius was shown in a prodigious scholarly output" (ODNB); notably he reproduces much of Ibn Battutah's original Arabic text. The French conquest of Algeria led to the discovery of a complete manuscript which was used by French scholars Defrémery and Sanguinetti to compile an edition which became standard but was not completed until 1874. Howgego I B47, Macro 1248. Not in Atabey, Blackmer, Burrell or Hamilton, The Arcadian Library. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De l'amour selon les lois primordiales et selon les convenances des sociétés modernes

      - Vieilh de Boisjoslin, Paris 1829, 9x14cm, Un volume in-18 relié. - Terza edizione in parte originale raro. Bound in mezzo nero dolore indietro con quattro nervi, poco più tardi vincolante. Foxing. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Troisième édition en partie originale rare. Reliure en demi chagrin noir, dos à quatre nerfs, reliure légèrement postérieure. Rousseurs.

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        Vollständiges Handbuch der praktischen National-Oekonomie für Staatsmänner, Grund-Besitzer, Gelehrte, Capitalisten, Landwirthe, Manufakturisten, Handels-Leute, und überhaupt für jeden denkenden Bürger. - in sechs Bänden - Aus dem Französischen übersetzt von J. v. Th(eobald).

      Stuttgart, in der J. B. Metzler\'schen Buchhandlung, 1829-1830. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Originaltitel: \"Cours complet d\'économie politique pratique .\" (1828-1829). IV 343 (1); IV 357; IV 360; IV 372; (4) 308; IV 339 Seiten, dreiseitiger Farbschnitt, 8° , Hardcover/Pappeinband Einband etwas berieben undd fleckig, sonst guter und sauberer Zustand. ----------------- HdStW 1923 VII, 163. Humpert 13125. Kress C.2351. WIRTSCHAFTSWISSENSCHAFT VOLKSWIRTSCHAFT J| 1829 1830 N| JOHANN BAPTIST SAY / JEAN ; VOLLSTAENDIGES HANDBUCH NATIONALOEKONOMIE

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        Gelungene Heilung eines Wolfsrachens durch die Hasenschartenoperation und die Gaumennath (pp.491-497) + Beiträge zur Gaumennath: Beschreibung drei gelungener Fälle von Vereinigung .. des Gaumensegels (276-291).

      Rust's Magazin, 29+30. - Berlin, G. Reimer, 1829-1830, 8, VIII, 588, 12 pp., 3 Taf. VIII, 572 pp., 2 Taf., in 2 feinen Halbledereinbänden der Zeit mit zwei Rückenschildchen die auf dem Titel genannten Portraits waren nie eingebunden. First Edition! "Instead of cotton sutures he introduced a wire suture of non-oxidated, non aged lead, which was as pure as possible. His suture, probably a precursor of Veau's wire suture, was undoubtedly an advance." McDowell "In 1826 J.F. Dieffenbach, of Germany, overcame the problem of tension at the line of the repair of a cleft palate (W.G. Holdsworth, 1963) he made lateral incisions along the sides of the palate to relax the edges of the cleft prior to repair."A.F.Wallace Further we find by J.F. Dieffenbach: Physiologische Untersuchung über die Transfusion des Blutes (pp.3-81). Erster Abdruck der bedeutenden Arbeit des Förderers und Historiographen der Bluttransfusion. Das Werk erschien als selbständige Monographie über die "Physiologische Untersuchung über die Transfusion des Blutes" und diente als eigenständige Erweiterung seiner 1828 erschienen Monographie "Ueber Transfusion des Blutes und die Infusion der Arzneien". Es werden nicht nur die verschiedenen Techniken berücksichtigt, sondern auch die Übertragung von Blut von verschiedenen Tierarten auf andere Tierarten. Besonders interessant sind seine Untersuchungen über die Übertragung von erkranktem wie z.B. "Einspritzung von leprösem Katzenblut in eine andere Katze". Ferner enthält die Arbeit einiges zum Thema Wiederbelebung durch Bluttransfusion. cf. G.M. 2028.40Neue Heilmethode des Ectropium (pp.438-441, 485-486, 1 Taf.). Er erfand das Verfahren der seitlichen Verschiebung für die Lid-Bildung (Blepharoplastik): die krankhafte Stelle wird in Gestalt eines Dreiecks ausgeschnitten, dann die diesem Defekt unmittelbar (schläfenwärts) benachbarte Haut in Form eines schiefen winkligen Vierecks, mit breiter unterer Brücke, abgelöst, nach dem Defekt hin verschoben und oben sowie naseneinwärts angeheftet. Durch die Uebernarbung des schläfenwärts bleibenden Defekts wird der eingepflanzte Hautlappen angespannt und glatt erhalten." B. Langenbeck hat ausdrücklich hervorgehoben, dass der Ersatz durch Hautverziehung in seiner allgemeinsten Bedeutung und vielfachen Anwendung bei den verschiedensten plastischen Operationen unbestritten eine Erfindung Dieffenbachs sei." Hirschberg, Geschichte der Augenheilkunde, 14.Bd., 2 Abt., p.102. Zeis No.986:"Transverselle, gegen das Auge etwas gebogene Einschnitte in die Haut. Hervorziehung der entarteten Conjunctiva samt dem Tarsus und Einheilung."

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        O Mastigoforo, periodico mensal. Pelo author do Maço ferreo anti-maçonico. Nos. 1-12, a complete run.

      Lisbon, Typografia Maygrense (nos. 1, 3); Impressão Regia (nos. 2, 4-9, 11-12); Typ. de Bulhões (number 10), 1824-1829. - 7 works in 1 volume. 4°, contemporary tree calf, flat spine gilt, red leather lettering piece in second compartment, edges stained red (light wear), endleaves watermarked "Goes 1827." A few small stains. Overall very good condition. Binding stamped "M. de A. e S." in gilt at spine foot. Early table of contents (manuscript, in ink) on end flyleaf. viii, 36 pp.; 40; 79-121 pp. [but complete]; 36; 40; 34; 32; 34; 30 pp., (1 l. errata); 32 pp., (1 l. errata); 31; 30 pp. *** A complete run of a mixed set; issue nº 2 is a reprint dated 1829. This periodical is a successor to the author's O Maço ferreo anti-maçonico of 1823. The first few issues were printed in Lisbon in 1824, but due to the author's fear that he would be attacked after the Abrilada, he suspended publication after no. 3 and did not resume until January 1829. Publication then continued through no. 12, totalling over 400 pages. The subtitle for nos. 1-3 is "Prospecto de hum diccionario das palavras, e frazes maçonicas." In later issues, there is much discussion of the Regency, constitutional government, and the state of Europe. Frei Fortunato de São Boaventura (ca. 1778-1844), a native of Alcobaça, received his doctorate in theology at Coimbra, where he later taught for many years. In 1831 D. Miguel named him Archbishop of Évora, but he resigned after D. Miguel's defeat in 1834 and spent a decade condemning the new regime. Fr. Fortunato wrote prolifically on history, philology, literature, bibliography, and published many sermons and funeral orations. After O Mastigoforo ceased publication in 1829, he devoted the years 1829 to 1834 to the periodical O Defensor dos Jesuitas.*** Innocêncio II, 313. Fonseca, Pseudónimos p. 230. Rafael and Santos, Jornais e revistas portugueses do séc. XIX, 3427. Canto, Ensaio bibliographico . 1828-1834, nº 1553. Conefrey, Jornais, séries e periódicos portugueses 1826-1834 nº 124. Universidade de Coimbra, Publicações periódicas portuguesas 1416 (nos. 1-12). Not located in Union List of Serials. NUC: DCU-IA, MH (nos. 1-12). Porbase locates copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (6), the Biblioteca Municipal do Porto (6), the Universidade de Coimbra (2), and the Universidade Católica Portuguesa-Biblioteca João Paulo II (1); how many of these are complete runs is not clear. *** BOUND WITH: [SÃO BOAVENTURA, Fr. Fortunato de]. Introducção ao Mastigoforo, ou exame do discurso sobre amnistias, embutido na Gazeta de Lisboa (no. 25) por o author do Maço Ferreo Anti-Maçonico. Lisbon: Impressão Regia, 1829. 28 pp.Second edition, a page-for-page reprint of the Lisbon, 1824 edition. Fr. Fortunato attacks the Freemasons and their concept of amnesty.* Not in Innocêncio. OCLC: 221705141 (University of Kansas, University of Toronto-Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library). NUC: DCU-IA (28 pp.). Porbase locates 3 copies of this edition, all at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and 1 of the first edition, also at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac.AND BOUND WITH:[SÃO BOAVENTURA, Fr. Fortunato de]. Contra-memoria sobre o chamado baptismo do Réo Manoel Innocencio de Araujo Mansilha, executado a 20 de junho de 1828. Revista e accrescentada pelo seu A. nesta segunda impressão. [colophon:] Coimbra: Real Imprensa da Universidade, 1830. Caption title. Somewhat browned. 16 pp.Second edition; the first appeared in 1828. In this reply to Frei Claudio da Conceição's Memoria do que aconteceu na cadéa do Limoeiro com os nove réos Estudantes de Coimbra, que no dia 20 de Junho de 1828 padeceram o supplicio, em que um d' elles, Manuel Innocencio d'Araujo Mansilha foi baptisado, Lisbon 1828, Fr. Fortunato published a certificate from the parish of S. Pedro de Villa Real, which showed that the defendant Araujo Mansilha was baptised there on 9 May 1802.* OCLC: 51741126 (University of Kansas, Catholic University of America-Oliveira Lima Library); no copy of the first edition. Porbase locates 2 copies of this edition and 5 of the first edition, all at th [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Illustrations of the Geology of Yorkshire; or a Description of the Strata accompanied by Geological Map Sections & Plates of the Fossil Plants and Animals: 2 Parts in 1: Part I the Yorkshire Coast, Part II The Mountain Limestone District: 1st Ed.;

      John Murray, York, for the Author, 1829 & 1836 - HARDBACK half-calf with marbled boards expertly re-backed with most of original spine relaid gilt lettering on spine pages: xvi 192 xx 253 all edges marbled plates: 9 xiv xxv (some hand-coloured of folding) corners lightly bumped boards a little rubbed former owners details on front end-papers the first and last two plates of part I have been cut out and pasted-on to new pages light spotting otherwise fine. This is a heavy item and may incur additional postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        WAVERLEY NOVELS.

      - Complete in 48 volumes, totalling approximately 18,000 pages, each volume with an engraved frontispiece and vignette title page, several extra plates (see footnote), an engraved dedication leaf Volume I, folding plan (of Kenilworth Castle) at the end of Volume 23, glossary Volume 48; post 12mo; bound by Kerr & Richardson, of Glasgow, in full navy morocco, the spines lettered and decorated in gilt, boards with triple gilt rule border, gilt edges and turn-ins, occasionally a trifle rubbed; a.e.g.; ribbon markers; marbled endpapers; early inked catalogue slip on blank preliminary leaf Volume I, a couple of corners creased, a few marginal damp stains and occasional edge splits, some light foxing and offsetting of plates, a little light soiling; Cadell & Company, Edinburgh, 1829- 1833. First edition. Todd & Bowden 348a. Sometimes referred to as the \i Abbotsford Edition (from Scott's address on the dedication leaf). *This set is extra illustrated, containing over 100 additional plates printed by Fisher & Son, London & Paris, (many of which are by Cruikshank). Several of the extra plates are dated (ranging from 1840 to 1845), and many bear the pencilled instructions to the binder. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mécanique céleste. Vol. I.

      Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, Boston 1829 - Vol. I: XXIV, 746 S., [1] Bl., graph. Darst. Goldgepr. Ganzledereinbd., vorderes Gelenk gebrochen und dadurch der Rücken dort abgelöst, marmorierte Vorsätze, Rundum-Goldschnitt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Catalogue des Livres rares et précieux de la Bibliothéque de M. C*** ["Coulon, de Lyon" supplied in a cont. hand], dont la Vente se fera le jeudi 12 novembre 1829, et jours suivans

      - 2 p.l., iv, 371 pp. 8vo, cont. red sheep-backed red boards, both "maroquiné" (head of spine a little worn), flat spine gilt, uncut. Paris: De Bure, 1829. A major sale of 3821 lots. Coulon was a member of the Société des Bibliophiles and a collector for a considerable period of time. We learn from the Preface that all his new books were bound in the best style by Bozerian, Thouvenin, and Simier. He had a very considerable collection of incunabula and Aldines, books printed on vellum or large paper, and many rarities of French literature. Very good copy. Priced throughout in a contemporary hand. ? Brunet, I, xliv. Grolier Club, Printed Catalogues of French Book Auctions?1643-1830, 605. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Vine Dresser's Theoretical and Practical Manual, or the art of Cultivating the Vine; and Making Wine, Brandy, and Vinegar

      New York: P. Canfield. Very Good. 1829. Hardcover. From the 2d French ed., by the translator of Le Solitaire, Le notti romani, &c.Stains, tape residue; lacks front blank fly & spine covering. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 157,IV pages .

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        Ulysse-Homère ou do Véritable Auteur de l'Iliade et de l'Odyssée, par Constantinos Koliades, Professeur dans l'Université Ionnienne.

      Paris Chez De Bure Frères 1829 - Ulysse-Homère KOLIADES, Constantin. Ulysse-Homère. ou do Véritable Auteur de l'Iliade et de l'Odyssée, par Constantinos Koliades, Professeur dans l'Université Ionnienne. Paris: Chez De Bure Frères, 1829. First Edition. Large folio. [2], viii, 102, [Table], pp. Original printed paper boards, glassine. Illustrated with 6 engraved maps and plans and 14 engraved plates showing views by Langlume after Bence. Some foxing, minor soiling to covers, otherwise, near fine. HBS 66946. $3,000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Illustrations of the passes of the Alps, by which Italy comunicates with France, Switzerland, and Germany.

      Artist: Brockedon William; issued in: London; date: ca 1829 - - technic: Steel engraving; - colorit: ; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 29,5 x 22,5; - description: Book describes in english on 88 text pages the crossing of the Alps, Vol. II (Cornice ,Grinsel, Berhardino,Brenner,Tende,Simplon) Total 42 views,6 title pages and 6 maps,one total Alp map.

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        ALS - Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift.

      (London) 13.III.1829. 1 Seite 8. Mit Adresse. Schwach gebräunt, Schadstelle durch Siegellack-Montage ohne Textverlust. Johann Spurzheim (1776-1821), Mediziner und Phrenologe. - An einen Arzt (S. Hare), dessen Patienten er sehen möchte."... I am sorry for not having been at home yesterday when you called upon me. If at the beginning of next week you go to the patients you mentioned to Mrs Sp., I shall be obliged to you, if you can take me with you.I return, with thanks, the Essay of Bathurst ."Auf der dritten Seite des Doppelblattes ist eine gedruckte Einlasskarte zu seinen phrenologischen Vorträgen montiert (dadurch die Schadstelle): "Ticket of Admission to the Demonstrative Course of Twelve Lectures on Phrenology by Dr. Spurzheim ..." (Rotdruck am Rand von fremder Hand bezeichnet "Leeds 1829").Sehr selten.

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        Ueber die Natur und die Ursachen der öffentlichen Credits, Staatsanleyen, die Tilgung der öffentlichen Schulden, den Handel mit Staatspapieren und die Wechselwirkung zwischen den Creditoperationen der Staaten und dem ökonomischen und politischen Zustande der Länder. (2. Auflage).

      (2. Auflage). Karlsruhe u. Baden, Marx 1829. - Der öffentliche Credit. Zweite u. maßgebliche Auflage. Erster, Allgemeiner Theil. (Alles was erschienen ist.) MNE II,70. - Kress C 591. - "Gewiss die bedeutendste Schrift, welche über das Staatsschuldenproblem in irgend einer Sprache geschrieben worden ist." (Sauer & Auvermann V,1901). - Die erstmals 1820 erschienene Schrift wurde vom Verfasser maßgeblich erweitert. Nebenius` Plan, das Werk um einen zweiten Teil zu ergänzen, "welcher, der Erzählung und Beurtheilung von Thatsachen gewidmet ist", wurde nie verwirklicht. "Ich übergebe dem Publicum in diesem ersten Theile im Grunde eine neue Schrift, welche, als ein für sich bestehendes Ganzes, zugleich einen eigenen Titel hat." (Aus dem Vorwort). - In der erweiterten Ausgabe sehr selten. XVI, 714 S., [2] S., Ln. d. Zeit m. goldgepr. Rückenschild, Einbd. fleckig, Schnitt angestaubt u. gegilbt, Bug angeplatzt, innen stockfleckig, verso Vortitelbl. u. auf d. Tit.bl. alte Schulstempel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Augusta. Taschenbuch für Freunde der Geschichte.

      Augsburg & Leizig. Baeumer.1829. 15 x 10 cm. Lithogr. Frontisp., gest. Tit. mit Vign., 1 Bl., CIV, 222 SS., 2 Bll., 16 (13 kolor.) Kupfertaf. OPp. mit Goldschnitt. Berieb. u. fleck., Rck. mit Pgt. erneuert. DG VIII, 451(mit Verweis); nicht bei Lentner. - Seltene Beschreibung, anläßlich eines Umzuges in Augsburg zu Ehren König Ludwigs I. erschienen. Die hübschen altkolorierten Kupfer zeigen verschiedene Berufsgruppen: Bäcker, Fleischer, Gärtner, Kaminkehrer, Maurer, Schlosser, Schreiner, historische Szenen usw. Tl. 2 verzeichnet die wichtigsten Begebenheiten in Augsburg bis zum Jahre 1819. - Extrem Selten. - Nur ganz vereinzelt leicht stockfl., Frontisp. etw. stärker. Mit Exlibris Scheler. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Augsburg; Bavarica; Bayern, Geschichte, Zeitgeschichte, Politik ; Handwerk; Kultur; Orts- und Landeskunde

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        Ba la Bola Señores [Colombian post-revolutionary caricature].

      Espinosa Prieto (1796 - 1883) was a Colombian artist, engraver and caricaturist; his careful observation of the daily life during his youth, artistic skill, keen sense of humour and irony, facilitated his renderings of the social and political reality of Colombia during the years of the Independence and formation of the new republic. His reputation swiftly grew, mainly for his caricatures portraying the most relevant and influent men of the republican elite, as well as the local costumes and way of life of the inhabitants of Bogota. Amongst his most famous portraits are those of Simon Bolivar (1828, which gained him recognition from Bolivar himself), Archbishop Mosquera, and Francisco de Santander. South American artists saw most of their production go into portraits, for the simple reason that it was the most sought-after sort of painting -and immediately paid by the people commissioning them-, this caricature, representing a curious aspect of the Bogota way of life is extremely rare. The Biblioteca Nacional de Colombia holds a considerable number of portraits, caricatures and miscellaneous works by him, none -to our knowledge- like this one. The drawing represents a game being played at a tavern or brothel; it is accomplished in striking colours, and shows men of civil stature, an army officer, and women. Provenance: "Ce dessin m'a eté donne à Bogota, par M le Duc de Montebello, le 13 aout 1829"; the Duke of Montebello was Louis Napoleon Lannes (1801 - 1874), sent to Bogota in 1829 by King Charles X of France on a diplomatic mission attempting to convert the Liberator Simon Bolivar into King Simon I, through marriage to a French Princess.

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        London and its Onvirons in the ninetheenth century, illustrated by a series of views. Stahlstiche

      Jones & Co., London. 1829 - 4° Vol. I., 2. 160 S. 3. 79 Tafeln 194 Stahlstiche. Oldr. goldgepr. berieben u. best. Rücken mit Fehlstück. teilw. stockfl. . Sprache: en

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        Schmalkalden. Haupt- und Stadt - Kirche zu Lithographie

      Varnhagen., . 1829 - 27 x 37,5 cm Litho auf 40 x 45 cm. Papier gebräunt, sonst guter Zustand. 13, Mängel im Preis berücksichtigt Sprache: de

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        Modern Athens, Displayed in a Series of Views, or, Edinburgh in the Nineteenth Century; [bound with] Scotland Illustrated

      Jones & Co, London 1829 - 89pp, [77pp] + plates. 176 tissue guarded engravings.[ 96 in Modern Athens and 80 in 'Scotland Illustrated'.]. Contents comprise two separate sections 'Modern Athens' and 'Scotland Illustrated'. The latter ' comprising interesting and beautiful Views of the Castles, Noblemen and Gentlemen's Seats, Romantic and Picturesque Scenery , &c.' Piblished 1829 & 1831. G : in good condition. Rebound with new eps. Scattered foxing and offsetting throughout. One plate loose. The second section 'Scotland Illustrated' lacks a title page. Aeg Blue hardback quater-leather cover [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nachrichten von Gelehrten, Künstlern und andern merkwürdigen Personen aus Ulm. + Neue historisch-biographisch-artistische Nachrichten von Gelehrten und Künstlern, auch alten und neuen adelichen und bürgerlichen Familien aus der vormaligen Reichsstadt Ulm.

      Ulm, gedruckt bey Christian Ulrich Wagner, dem Vater + In der Stettinischen Buchhandlung, 1798 + 1829. - (8) 563, (1) S. + VIII 662 (= 682) (2) S., 2 Bde., spät. Ln., hs. Rsch., Rckn.Gelenke tls. etw. beschädigt, tls. gebräunt u. stockfl. -- Heyd 6366. - ". des Predigtamtes Kandidaten in Ulm." + ". Pfarrer in Wirtingen und Blaichstetten, im kön. Wirtemb. Oberamte Urach."-- [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Correspondance littéraire, philosophique et critique de Grimm et de Diderot, depuis 1753 jusq?en 1790.

      Paris. 1829-1830., Chez Furner - 8°, Halblederbde. d. Zt. 12 Bde. der 16-bändigen Ausgabe (1, 4, 5, 7-16). - Leder stärker berieben, Titelprägungen kaum erkennbar. Ecken teils bestoßen. Bll. teils stockfleckig. Wenige Bll. etwas eselsohrig. In Bd. 1 fehlt das hintere Vorsatzbl. Bd. 4 teils wasserwellig. Bd. 8 fehlen die letzten 2 Bll. Bd. 10 fehlt letztes Bl. Bd. 15 oben etwas wasserrandig. 12000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chirurgische Erfahrungen besonders über die Wiederherstellung zerstörter Theile des menschlichen Körpers nach neuen Methoden. 4 Teile in einem Band - vollständig.

      Berlin, Enslin, 1829-1834, 8, VI, (2), 102 pp. IV, (2), 199 pp. X, (2), 306, (2) pp., mit 26 (27) Tafeln 2 Halbledereinbände im Stil d.Zt. Textband frisch, Tafeln faksimiliert. Erste Ausgabe, feines Exemplar des originalen Textbabndes die Tafeln in Faksimile!Das Hauptwerk des Schöpfers der Plastischen Chirurgie war Über einen Zeitraum von 6 Jahren erschienen, sind vollständige Exemplare extrem selten. Zwischen dem Erscheinen des ersten und letzten Bandes avancierte Dieffenbach vom einfachen praktischen Arzt zum Professor an der Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität und "dirigierenden Arzt" der Abteilung für chirurgische Kranke an der Charité. Das Handbuch enthält eine Zusammenfassung sämtlicher Leistungen und Erfindungen Dieffenbachs. Es ist ein epochemachendes Werk aus der Pionierzeit der modernen Plastischen Chirurgie und ein Markstein in der Entwicklung dieses Fachgebietes.Noch zum Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts hatte die Pariser Akademie der Medizin die operative Nasen-Neubildung für ganz unmöglich erklärt. Die Erfahrungen Tagliacozzis waren in Vergessenheit geraten und die großen Chirurgen der Zeit berichteten zweifelnd oder wegwerfend über die Möglichkeiten des organischen Ersatzes. Erst als sichere Nachricht von der indischen Nasenbildung nach Europa gelangt waren (siehe mein Angebot "B.L., Article on Hindu rhinoplasty") beschäftigten sich einige Ärzte mit der neuen Technik. Mit Carpue in London, v. Graefe in Berlin erreichte die Methode einen ersten Höhepunkt. Aber erst in Dieffenbach, dem "Vater der plastischen Chirurgie", der alle Gebiete der Gesichts- und Körperplastik gültig bearbeitete, fand dieses neue Spezialgebiet der Chirurgie seinen Begründer und Vollender. Die ehrwürdige Charité wurde unter Dieffenbach zur "Wiege der Plastischen Chirurgie". Vor Einführung von Asepsis und Anästhesie erbracht, verlangen die Behandlungserfolge des genialen Arztes besondere Bewunderung.First Edition. Dieffenbach showed his early interest in the transplantation of tissue in the subject of his docotral thesis "Nonullade regeneratione et transplantatione", and only seven years later published the first of his surgical observations on a variety of operations for the restoration of defective parts of the body. One of the greatest geniuses in the history of plastic surgery, Dieffenbach pioneered many methods and principles which "have not been improved upon and are still constantly employed" (Gnudi & Webster).Garrison & Morton 5743 Waller 2441 (incomplete) Wellcome II, 466 (incomplete) Hirsch-H., II, 263 Zeis No.346, 690 Zeis/Patterson Index I, 94-104 + 527 McDowell, Source book of plastic surgery, 442 - 242 Gnudi-Webster 321 -322 Maltz, Evolution of plastic surgery, 23- 33 Bankoff, Story of plastic surgery, 48-49 Wallace, Progress of plastic surgery, 46-47 Goldschmid, 133.

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        Modern Athens, Displayed in a Series of Views, or, Edinburgh in the Nineteenth Century; [bound with] Scotland Illustrated

      London: Jones & Co. G : in good condition. Rebound with new eps. Scattered foxing and offsetting throughout. One plate loose. The second section 'Scotland Illustrated' lacks a title page. Aeg. 1829. First Edition. Blue hardback quater-leather cover. 280mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). 89pp, [77pp] + plates. 176 tissue guarded engravings.[ 96 in Modern Athens and 80 in 'Scotland Illustrated'.]. Contents comprise two separate sections 'Modern Athens' and 'Scotland Illustrated'. The latter ' comprising interesting and beautiful Views of the Castles, Noblemen and Gentlemen's Seats, Romantic and Picturesque Scenery , &c.' Piblished 1829 & 1831. .

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Ballenstedt/Harz, 15. Februar 1829. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Mit einer Beilage. Gratulationsschreiben an den namentlich nicht genannten Fürst Metternich aus Anlaß der Geburt eines Sohns, d. i. der spätere Diplomat Richard Klemens Fürst von Metternich-Winneburg. - 1806 von Kaiser Franz II. zum Herzog ernannt, trat Alexius Herzog von Anhalt-Bernburg 1807 dem Rheinbund bei; seine Truppen kämpften u. a. in Spanien, Rußland und Tirol unter großen Verlusten. "1813 verließ er den Rheinbund und schloß sich dem Deutschen Bund an. 1821 führte Anhalt-Bernburg Pockenschutzimpfungen ein, reorganisierte das Bergbau- und Hüttenwesen im Harz und reformierte das Volksschulwesen. Er erreichte die Union beider protestantischen Glaubensbekenntnisse (1820) und stiftete 1829 eine allgemeine Beamten-, Witwen- und Waisenkasse" (DBE). - Beiliegend ein Brief mit e. U. von Graf Beraldingen zum selben Anlaß.

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        The history and doctrine of Budhism, properly Illustrated: with notices of the kappooism or demon worhsip, and of the Bali, or planetary incantations, of Ceylon

      London: Printed for R. Ackermann, Strand, 1829-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. Folio. 136pp, 43 uncolored lithographs. Modern quarter leather over marbled boards. Perforated library stamp to title and final page affecting text, and all the plates, affecting the engraving on 30 of the 43. Soiling and a few stains to title page. Marginal soiling. <br> The first work to use the word "Buddhism" in its title. Derived from the collection manuscripts and drawings of Sir Alexander Johnston, Upham's work is an important account of Buddhism in Ceylon. This work is important in the printing of the Mahavamsa. The work also "depicts jataka stories, or the lives of the Buddha, other deities such as Pattini, signs of the zodiac and devils." Additionally the plates are show the importance of iconography in Buddhism and were gifted to Johnston by the Ceylon priests. Abbey, Travel, 413. Islanded: Britain, Sri Lanka, and the Bounds of an Indian Ocean Colony, Sujit Sivasundaram. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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        Catalogue des Livres rares et précieux de la Bibliothéque de M. C*** ["Coulon, de Lyon" supplied in a cont. hand], dont la Vente se fera le jeudi 12 novembre 1829, et jours suivans

      2 p.l., iv, 371 pp. 8vo, cont. red sheep-backed red boards, both "maroquiné" (head of spine a little worn), flat spine gilt, uncut. Paris: De Bure, 1829. A major sale of 3821 lots. Coulon was a member of the Société des Bibliophiles and a collector for a considerable period of time. We learn from the Preface that all his new books were bound in the best style by Bozerian, Thouvenin, and Simier. He had a very considerable collection of incunabula and Aldines, books printed on vellum or large paper, and many rarities of French literature. Very good copy. Priced throughout in a contemporary hand. &#10087; Brunet, I, xliv. Grolier Club, Printed Catalogues of French Book Auctions&hellip;1643-1830, 605.

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        Memoir, Correspondence, and Miscellanies

      Charlottesville, 1829. First. hardcover. very good(+). Edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph. 4 volumes, (light scattered foxing in text blocks, heavy foxing confined mostly to 3 out of four title pages, handful of pages in each text block heavily toned, a couple chips to margins not affecting text, relevant printed clipping laid in on pg 392 of volume 3). 8vos, handsomely rebound in 1/2 tan morocco, black leather spine labels, marbled boards and edges. Charlottesville, 1829. First Edition. Edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph. 4 volumes, (light scattered foxing in text blocks, heavy foxing confined mostly to 3 out of four title pages, handful of pages in each text block heavily toned, a couple chips to margins not affecting text, relevant printed clipping laid in on pg 392 of volume 3). 8vos, handsomely rebound in 1/2 tan morocco, black leather spine labels, marbled boards and edges. Charlottesville, 1829. First Edition. Lacking the frontispiece portrait, as well as the half title pages. Folding facsimile pages of Declaration of Independence present, moved into volume one.

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        Floral Illustrations of the seasons.

      London Thomas Richardson 1829 - First edition. 4to., Engraved title, 55 hand-coloured copper-engraved plates by Robert Havell jun. after Roscoe, some partially printed in colour. Contemporary green half morocco gilt, all edges gilt. Fine, fresh copy of the first edition. 'A representation drawn from Nature of some of the most beautiful, hardy and rare Hebraceous Plants cultivated in the Flower Garden' (Dunthorne). Margaret Lace (Mrs. Edward) Roscoe was an English botanical illustrator. She contributed illustrations to one of the early lithographed botanical books, Monandrian Plants of the Order Scitamae (1824-29) written by her father-in-law William Roscoe, a botanist and patron of the arts and sciences in Liverpool. Her major work was the present work, engraved by Robert Havell, one of the leading engravers of the day. She explained her objective for the collection as follows: "There is no pursuit which fills the mind with more noble and exalted sentiments than the study of these works of Nature.To her own sex, to whose particular notice she offers it, she trusts it may prove a useful and correct guide to their tastes, both in their selection for a flower garden, and as objects for their pencil." BM(NH) IV, p. 1729; Brunet IV, 1392-3; Dunthorne 266; Great Flower Books p. 133; Nissen BBI 1676; Stafleu and Cowan 9504. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Patent of nobility donated by King William I of The Netherlands (1772-1843) to Jonkheer Theodorus van Herzeele (1781-1866), lawyer in The Hague (Den Haag) son of Jan Jacob van Herzeele and Rachel Haganaeus (Haganeus) entitling him to the title of Baron.

      Kingdom of the Netherlands, Brussels, d.d. 30 March 1829. Vellum charter. 54x71 cm. Printed title, manuscript, calligraphic text in Dutch. One hand painted coat-of-arms in colour. With the signature of King William I of the Netherlands and of Van Lynden van Hemmen, C. Chais and Baron van Westreenen van Tielandt. Royal wax seal attached, in mint condition. Seal and charter connected with the blue and gold cord of the binding. The seal has no protective case. Theodorus Baron van Herzeele was born on 10 March 1781 as son of Jan Jacob van Herzeele and Rachel Haganaeus (Haganeus). His family originates from Amsterdam. He obtained his doctorate in Leiden on 13 December 1810. He was knight in the Order of the Dutch Lion (Nederlandse Leeuw) and a member of the knighthood of (Zuid-)Holland. He eventually became a counsil member (raadsheer) of the supreme court (Hoge Raad) and its predeccesors from 1815 to 1850. He bought and subsequently lived at the estate Marlot' in the Hague, where he died on 22 November 1866. The family first obtained nobility in 1818 and were given the title of Baron in 1829. The family papers of Van Herzeele are present in several archives, amongst which are the archives of the city of Amsterdam. His grave in the Hague still bears the coat of arms as it was confirmed in 1829. H139

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        De l'amour selon les lois primordiales et selon les convenances des sociétés modernes

      Vieilh de Boisjoslin 1829 - - Vieilh de Boisjoslin, Paris 1829, 9x14cm, Un volume in-18 relié. - Troisième édition en partie originale rare. Reliure en demi chagrin noir, dos à quatre nerfs, reliure légèrement postérieure. Rousseurs. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Third édition, first in part, rare. Reliure en demi chagrin noir, spine in five compartments, reliure légèrement postérieure. Foxings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoir, Correspondence, and Miscellanies

      Charlottesville, 1829. First. hardcover. very good(+). Edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph. 4 volumes, (light scattered foxing in text blocks, heavy foxing confined mostly to 3 out of four title pages, handful of pages in each text block heavily toned, a couple chips to margins not affecting text, relevant printed clipping laid in on pg 392 of volume 3). 8vos, handsomely rebound in 1/2 tan morocco, black leather spine labels, marbled boards and edges. Charlottesville, 1829. First Edition. Edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph. 4 volumes, (light scattered foxing in text blocks, heavy foxing confined mostly to 3 out of four title pages, handful of pages in each text block heavily toned, a couple chips to margins not affecting text, relevant printed clipping laid in on pg 392 of volume 3). 8vos, handsomely rebound in 1/2 tan morocco, black leather spine labels, marbled boards and edges. Charlottesville, 1829. First Edition.Lacking the frontispiece portrait, as well as the half title pages. Folding Facsimile pages of Declaration of Independence present, moved into volume one.

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        Elementos de Economia Politica con aplicación particular a España. Dedicadas al Rey Nuestro Señor.

      Madrid, imprenta de Don Ramon Verges, 1829. - 2 parties à pagination continue en 1 volume in-4. XX. 315pp. Plein veau raciné, dos lisse orné (fraîche reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale de cet ouvrage qui marque un jalon dans la bibliographie espagnole de l'Economie Politique. Originaire de Zaragoza, Fernando de Gregorio, Marquis de Valle Santoro (1785-1833), est un personnage important mais mal connu parmi les premiers économistes espagnols. Il occupa pourtant la première chaire d'Economie Politique à la Sociedad Economica de Madrid, et son ouvrage constitue notamment le premier traité généraliste d'Economie Politique publié en Espagne par un auteur espagnol. Cette synthèse des idées de Smith et de Say appliquées à l'Espagne fut aussi l'un des premiers à théoriser l'économie nationale du pays, et il contenait un programme complet de réformes économiques visant à moderniser l'économie du pays. Ex-libris manuscrit ancien sur le faux-titre: "Soy de Geronimo Salvador vecino de Mendigorria". Bel exemplaire. Cf. Augello et Guidi, The Economic Reader, p. 163. Palau, 350504 (qui confond l'auteur avec Eusebio María del Valle). Cf. Serrano Sanz, "primer tratado moderno de Economía Política publicado en España explícitamente insertado en la tradición de la Escuela clásica". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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