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        Yellow-Billed Cuckoo [Pl. 2]

      London: 1829. Hand-coloured engraving with etching by W. H. Lizars, retouched and aquatint added by R. Havell, Jr., 1829, paper watermarked "J. Whatman/1833". 25 ¼ x 33 3/8 inches. From the first edition of "The Birds of America." One of Audubon's finest and most lively images from the very early days of the production of his masterpiece. The legend "No.1" in the top left of the plate indicates that the first issue of this image was included in the first of the periodic parts that were to appear between 1827 and 1838. This image was first issued by Lizars of Edinburgh, the plate was then transferred to Havell in London who added aquatint and re- issued it. There were two variants issued by Lizars and two by Havell, the present copy with the "Z" in "Coccyzus" and Havell mentioned in the imprint is the second variant of the second issue. "This bird is not abundant anywhere, and yet is found very far north. I have met with it in all the low grounds and damp places in Massachusetts, along the line of Upper Canada, pretty high on the Mississippi and Arkansas, and in every state between these boundary lines. Its appearance in the State of New York seldom takes place before the beginning of May, and at Green Bay not until the middle of that month...They feed on insects...as well as berries of many kinds, evincing a special predilection for the mulberry. In the autumn they eat many grapes, and I have seen them supporting themselves by a momentary motion of their wings opposite a bunch, as if selecting the ripest, when they would seize it and return to a branch, repeating their visits in this manner until satiated" (J. J. Audubon, The Birds of America, New York & Philadelphia: 1840-1844, vol. IV, pp.294-295). "Old World cuckoos lay their eggs in the nests of other birds. New World cuckoos do not...Cuckoos are slender...birds, more often heard than seen...Country people, believing that their vocalizations signaled rain, once called them 'rain crows.' In this spirited composition, one of his finest, Audubon has shown a pair of yellow-billed cuckoos in a fruiting paw-paw. One has caught a tiger swallowtail...One of Audubon's correspondents noted that cuckoos are much more numerous some years than others, a fact that has been confirmed fully since then. It is believed that cyclic outbreaks of tent caterpillars coincide with these fluctuations" (R. T. & V. M. Peterson, Audubon's Birds of America, London: 1981, no. 232). Susanne M. Low, A Guide to Audubon's Birds of America, New Haven & New York: 2002, p.29 (fourth variant of four).

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        Die idealisch-instruktive landwirthschaftliche, ländliche und bürgerliche Pracht- und Garten-Baukunst nach dem neuesten englischen, französischen, italienischen, alt- und neugothischen Geschmacke...als Handbuch für Baumeister

      Lithographed frontis., lithographed title-page, & 192 lithographed plates. Small 4to, cont. green boards (joints a little worn, occasional light foxing), a.e.g. Gotha: 1829. First edition of this remarkable book, printed throughout lithographically. It shows plans and elevations of city and country residences and smaller structures, bridges, gondolas, and architectural details including floor plans, columns, decorated borders, window moldings and garden furnishings such as urns, benches, iron fences and gates, all in the various styles popular in Europe, including the Neo-Gothic and Neo-Classical styles. Wölfer was an engineer and building inspector in Gotha and the author of a number of other books on architecture, design, etc. Very good copy. Rare; WorldCat locates only one copy in North America. .

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        COTTAGE DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Extracts from Cobbett and other Writers

      Frome, printed by Crockers, 1829.. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION, in sixes, 1829. Small 8vo, 180 x 110 mm, 7 x 4¼ inches, 155 pages including title page, foreword, introduction and index, bound in quarter tan roan, with plain grey boards and no lettering to spine. Spine rather faded, title page and next 4 leaves lightly browned and spotted in fore-edge and lower margin, otherwise contents clean, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a very scarce book. OCLC locates 3 copies in the US libraries, 1 in New Zealand and 1 in the British Library. The preface of the compiler is signed "I. B. from Longleat", that is Isabella Byng who married the 2nd Marquess of Bath in 1794. She addresses the work to the cottagers of her neighbourhood and regrets being unable to interest herself in their welfare at that time due to ill health. In fact she died a year later in 1830. The book is intended to assist her cottagers to manage their daily lives and to produce food and drink from the small plot of land they own. There are chapters on nutritious cheap beer versus useless expensive tea, on the art of brewing, making bread, making malt, keeping cows and pigs, making bacon, keeping bees, keeping poultry, pigeons, rabbits, goats and ewes, making rush lights, and pages 133-147 contain simple recipes. There is no indication in the text anywhere of the author's sources. Not in the bibliographies of Bitting, Vicaire, Cagle or A. W. Oxford, English Cookery Books to 1850. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        An Historical and Statistical Account of Nova Scotia: Illustrated By a Map of the Province, and Several Engravings

      Joseph Howe, Halifax 1829 - Two volumes in one. Bound in light brown speckled leather, gilt lettered and decorated with 6 panels on the spine with maroon leather gilt title label. Speckled edges.340 pp. 453 pp. With indexes, errata apology and directions to binder. Several misnumbered pages in each volume but continuous narrative. All maps (2 folding) and engravings (3 folding) present. A spectacular copy with edgewear only and clean interiors. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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

      London: Rowland Hunter. VG+/NONE. 1829. 1st Edition Thus. Hardcover; 1st Printing. 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 .

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        Narrative and Successful Result of a Voyage in the South Seas

      London,: Hurst, Chance and Co., 1829.. Two volumes, octavo, plates (two folding, one coloured), and a folding map; plates crisp, with one or two subtle reinforcements at folds; repair to title-page of volume two otherwise an excellent copy in half green morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine banded and gilt. The solution of the La PÈrouse mystery: an excellent copy of the first edition in English.Forty years after the French explorer first disappeared, Peter Dillon, a sandalwood trader, called at the Solomons; when a silver sword guard was shown to him, he suspected that he might have accidentally discovered the solution of a mystery that had tormented the French for so long. He returned to India and persuaded the government of Bengal to sponsor an expedition. At Vanikoro he found many relics including a portion of the stern of the Boussole, ships' bells stamped 'Bazin m'a fait', monogrammed silver, metal fragments and mill stones known to have been aboard. One native had a glass piece from a thermometer in his nose. Dillon was made a Chevalier of the Legion d'Honneur, his expenses defrayed and granted a pension. His book was commercially successful, appearing in English and French editions promptly and eventually in a number of translations.Although Captain Peter Dillon is best known for his role in finding the wreck of La PÈrouse's two vessels, the account also shows a passing interest in the voyages of the Bounty, and of the Pandora, and, especially in the region of the island of Rothuma, gives detailed notes on the charting done by Captain Edwards and published on an Arrowsmith chart.Ferguson, 1255; Hill, 480; Hocken, p. 44; Spence, 'Bligh', p.15.

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        [SUITE OF FOUR HIGHLY ACCOMPLISHED WATERCOLORS, PRODUCED BETWEEN 1829 AND 1834, WHICH SERVED AS THE MODELS FOR FOUR LITHOGRAPHS PUBLISHED IN CARL NEBEL'S VOYAGE PITTORESQUE ET ARCHÉOLOGIE, DANS LA PARTIE LA PLUS INTÉRESSANTE DU MEXIQUE]

      Mexico. [nd, but 1829-1834].. Four watercolors on paper. Watercolors of various sizes, as indicated below; each mounted on card stock, archivally matted (19 x 23 inches) and protected with a mylar sheet. Contemporary pencil inscriptions in bottom right corners. A few extremely minor clean tears in a few corners repaired. Watercolors very clean, colors bright and fresh. The set in near fine condition. A marvellous suite of four highly accomplished watercolors which served as the models for four lithographs published in Carl Nebel's VOYAGE PITTORESQUE ET ARCHÉOLOGIE, DANS LA PARTIE LA PLUS INTÉRESSANTE DU MEXIQUE. The watercolors all depict native and mestizo inhabitants situated in dry landscapes with hills in the background. The images represent a variety of local types and occupations, including Indian women, men, and children; adult mestizos; coal miners; mule skinners; and fruit vendors. The costumes are portrayed with much attention to detail, particularly the embroidered clothing worn by the native women and the male laborers' costumes; and the foregrounds and background are finely rendered with light washes. A German architect and painter, Nebel travelled to Mexico in 1829 "to paint scenes of a country he knew from the writings of Humboldt, Antonio León y Gama, Bernal Díaz del Castillo, and Hernán Cortés. He remained in Mexico until 1834, visiting and painting the cities of Puebla, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, Guadalajara, Veracruz, Jalapa, Mexico, and San Luis Potosí. He returned to Europe and in Paris prepared his memorable VOYAGE PITTORESQUE ET ARCHÉOLOGIE with its fifty plates" (Howgego). The university trained artist "was drawn there at first by an interest in the archaeological remnants of the Aztec empire, but became a visual chronicler of modern Mexico as well. Nebel was one of many European artists intrigued by the landscape and peoples of the former Spanish empire in the Americas, barred from view for centuries, but from the 1820s onward open to both travel and investment, and of particular interest to the French and English. His book combines a taste for the picturesque with a clear-eyed evaluation of the country and its assets" (Miles and Reese). Nebel's VOYAGE PITTORESQUE was first published in Paris in 1836 with fifty lithographic plates, twenty of which were issued in color. A Spanish translation of the work, utilizing the same plates, was published in Paris and Mexico three years later (but with nearly all the plates in the later edition handcolored or tinted). Of the twenty color lithographs in the 1836 edition, ten specifically portray local inhabitants of various classes; six of these are of natives or working- class mestizos. The present watercolors consists of four of these six images, including two of the three illustrations of Indians published in the VOYAGE. Comparison of these watercolors and the published images are instructive in regards to the lithographer's art and craft. The individuals in all of the lithographs are darker than in the original artwork, lending weight to the figures and providing both the natives and mestizos with darker skin than originally portrayed. Certain details, such as elements of costumes and architectural motifs, are highlighted or expanded in the published images, while other visual elements in the foreground and background of the lithographs are given less emphasis than in the original. Such changes between the original watercolors and the printed images highlight the technical and aesthetic concerns of the lithographer and publisher in creating reproduced images for the market. The four individual watercolors in this suite, with titles transcribed from the original pencil inscriptions and compared to the titles in the 1836 edition, are described as follow: 1) "Indios carboneros y la moradora de la vecinidad de Mexico." 11 x 15 inches. The lithograph of this image is entitled "Indios carboneros y la buradores de la vecin dad de Mexico," while the accompanying printed text reads: "Indios carboneros y laburadores de le vecindad de Mexico." Two Indian coal miners, one carrying a large wooden crate on his back which is secured by a head- brace, with an Indian woman carrying a child. The figures are accompanied by a mule transporting large wooden crates containing fruit. One of the men wears a handsome cloak of animal skins. 2) "Indios de la Sierra al S E de Mexico." 11 x 15 inches. This image is entitled "Indias de la Sierra al S.E. de Mexico" on the lithograph and in the printed text. Four Indian women in native costume, one holding flowers and accompanied by a young boy. All four women are wearing embroidered native clothing. Two of the women also have folded white cloths on their heads, while the one with the young boy wears an embroidered scarf as a hat. One woman, with her back to the viewer, is portrayed with red and blue cloth woven into her long braids. 3) "Gente de Sierra Lahonte entre Pahanlba y Misaubla." 9 ¾ x 13 inches. The lithograph is entitled "Gente de Tierra Caliente entre Papantla y Misantla," while the accompanying text reads: "Gente de la costa entre Papantla y Misantla." Two Mexican men, one offering or selling fruit to the other man sitting on horseback, and one Mexican woman carrying two pots on her head. The woman is standing in a classical pose, which is emphasized by the geometric motif decorating the bottom of her clothing. A local building with a straw roof and a larger stone structure, perhaps a church, is seen in the background. 4) "Arrieros." 11 ¾ x 16 inches. The lithograph has the same title, the published text with the variant spelling, "Arieros." Three Mexican mule skinners working to coax an overloaded mule back on its feet. The man on the left, leading the animal with a rope, is dressed in a full poncho. The other two men, one riding a horse and brandishing a whip, are pushing and driving the mule from the rear. In the background, one other horse and three other mules with loads are seen. In the published image the mule's load is considerably darker and looks even heavier than in this watercolor. The three men are also portrayed with darker skin than seen in this image. Nebel's renown as an illustrator working in Mexico was later confirmed with the publication of George Wilkins Kendall's THE WAR BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO ILLUSTRATED. This account of the Mexican-American War, published in 1851, included twelve handcolored lithographic plates based on Nebel's paintings of major battles of the war. These dozen images became the source for numerous prints by other artists, who copied and adapted Nebel's illustrations of various conflicts. In a similar manner, many of Nebel's earlier illustrations in his VOYAGE PITTORESQUE were also reproduced and modified by the artist himself as well as other printers and publishers. These included topographic views found in numerous works on the Mexican-American War as well as his depictions of local inhabitants. "Nebel's [VOYAGE] was a classic. It was published in both French and Spanish editions, and several of the fifty illustrations, many of them of the costumbrista or costume-picture genre, were widely copied" - EYEWITNESS TO WAR. A marvellous group of watercolors which served as the basis for four lithographs in Carl Nebel's landmark illustrated account of his travels in Mexico. HOWGEGO 1800-1850, N4. MILES & REESE, AMERICA PICTURED TO THE LIFE 19 (VOYAGE, 1836). Tyler, THE MEXICAN WAR, A LITHOGRAPHIC RECORD, p.18 and passim. M.A. Sandweiss, R. Stewart, & B.W. Huseman, EYEWITNESS TO WAR: PRINTS AND DAGUERREOTYPES OF THE MEXICAN WAR, 1846- 1848, pp.7, 13, 110, 127, 206, and passim.

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        ADONAIS. AN ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF JOHN KEATS, AUTHOR OF ENDYMION, HYPERION, ETC

      Cambridge: Printed by W. Metcalfe, and Sold by Messrs. Gee & Bridges, Market Hill, 1829.. viii,28pp. Octavo. Full crimson morocco, raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, marbled endsheets, a.e.g. Some foxing early and late, a few small patches of surface rubbing to joints, otherwise a very good copy. First U.K. edition, preceded by the 1821 edition printed in Pisa, and an incomplete printing in the 1 December 1821 number of THE LITERARY CHRONICLE. This edition was overseen by Monckton Milnes and Arthur Hallam, based on a copy of the Pisa edition in Hallam's possession. To this edition, Ruth Grannis ascribes "the first general enthusiasm over Shelley." With the bookplate of Conte Ernesto Vitetti. GRANNIS, pp.72-3. TINKER 1902. NCBEL III:315. GROLIER ENGLISH HUNDRED 73n. WISE (SHELLEY), p.61.

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        Åskådlig framställning af staternas geografiska historia från 2000 år före Chr. föd. intill närvarande tid tecknad efter de förnämsta historiska hjelpredor af C. F. Viereck lärare vid Elementarskolan i Gefle.

      Stockholm. Stentryck af C. Müller. [ Ca.1829] - 2 sheets, each measuring ca. 56 x 44 cm (Assembled ca. 56 x 88cm.). This is a scaled down version of Historisk Werldskarta in 8 sheets, also by Viereck. The information is the same but on 2 sheets instead of 8. This work was meant to be assembled and used in schools as an educational tool to world history. The sheets shows bar charts in different colors. The history information is divided in to the different continents. Empires, cultures, events, wars, important persons are marked in individual colors accompanied by short text lines. Carl Fredrik Viereck a teacher - later to become Head Master - at "Elementarskolan" in the swedish provincial town of Gävle. He wrote several text books on the french and german languages. The present work is very little known and probably one of his first. It was printed by the famous Carl Müller who brought lithography to Sweden in 1818. Rare. Lithographed and handcolored. A couple of small tears to the margins. A few minor stains. The sheets have been folded once. Fine condition.

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        Scrap Book,

      London: R. Ackerman &Co.… F.G. Moon… Rowney & Foster… & Cartwright, , 1829. intended for the Reception, Arrangement, Exhibition and Preservation of Prints and Drawings, Poetic Effusions and Prosaic Fragments &c. Quarto (270 × 218 mm) Original red half skiver on marbled boards, spine gilt, dun endpapers. Engraved title page by "I. N…e" and c.100 leaves filled with a selection of engravings and lithographs, clipped and mounted, many with wash borders and inked captions; some original pen and ink cartoons and caricatures; autograph sentiments; few silhouettes, montaged fashion-plates with original colour; and 15 of the figures from Skinner's The Present State of Peru… clipped out and mounted. A little rubbed at the extremities, corners bumped, but overall very good indeed. While there is nothing about the contents of this album that stands out as of exceptional quality, the typicality of the compiler's selection and its overall condition do make it a very attractive of exemplar. Also the presence of the elaborate "calligraphic" engraved title page, with its wonderful periphrastic puffery in a variety of styles, swirled with paraphs, linked together with minuscule text to form a humorous poem on the practice of scrap-booking, must be unusual.

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        [COLLECTION OF FRENCH NAVIGATIONAL MANUSCRIPTS CONCERNING THE ANTILLES AND SURROUNDING AREA]

      [Np, but probably Paris. ca. 1829].. Three manuscripts. 13; 17; 17pp. plus manuscript map. The first two manuscripts in folio, the third in octavo. All, save the single-sheet map, in self-wrappers. Uniformly bright and clean. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case. An interesting early 19th-century assemblage of manuscripts concerning navigation near the Antilles and Venezuela. They are: 1) ROUTIER DES ANTILLES, DES CÔTES DE TERRE FERME ET DE CELLES DU GOLFE DE MEXIQUE, TRADUIT DE ESPAGNOL.... Translated from the Spanish by ensign J.C. Chaucheprat, this manuscript offers a description of the Cartegena coast and lengthy navigational directions for entering Veracruz. A version of Chaucheprat's text was published as early as 1842. OCLC 17658994 (ref). 2) DESCRIPTION DE LA PARTIE DE LA CÔTE FERME QUI S'ÉTEND DEPUIS LA POINTE ESPADA JUSQU'À CARTHAGÈNE.... Translated from a Spanish "derrotero," a type of sea chart, this manuscript offers navigational tips similar to the previous document, though here the emphasis is on various landmarks, including those near Salamanca and others. 3) DESCRIPTION DE LA CÔTE DE CARACAS ET DES ÎLES VOISINES, DEPUIS LE CAP CODERA JUSQU'À CELUI DE SAN ROMAN.... A collection of pithy descriptions of various locales in the Antilles, including Caracas, Aruba, Cape Codera, Curaçao, and others. 4) [Manuscript Map of Madame Island]. Executed in what was known as "Chinese ink," this map offers what is, essentially, a navigational chart for the waters surrounding the island, including various hazards and a scale. A delightful collection of maritime manuscripts, obviously executed with great care. Good evidence of the navigational sources with which French pilots were familiar.

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

      Zaragoza, por Polo y Monge, 1829. Seis tomos en tres volúmenes en 8vo.; LXXII-216 pp. + 288 pp. + 305 pp. + XXXVI-292 pp. + 296 pp. + 324 pp. Ejemplar con ligerísimas trazas de polilla marginales en diversas partes que no afectan en absoluto la lectura. Encuadernación uniforme en pasta española, de la época, con dobles tejuelos, ligeramente fatigada. La rarísima novela aragonesa y quijotesca de intención política y moral, calificada de «vano esfuerzo», obra de un personaje apenas conocido hasta las últimas décadas, en las que han proliferado los estudios dedicados al mismo. Crespo, jurista notable, Catedrático de Legislación en la Universidad cesaraugustana, Oídor de la Real Audiencia y abogado en ejercicio permanente, amén de cultísimo lector, no es un escritor al uso, pero su interés radica precisamente en ello. Su honestidad pasa por el amor a su pueblo, Alfajarín «ese pueblo infernal», donde nació y murió, sujeto al poder feudal de la Baronía de Espés, uno de los últimos residuos de tal ejercicio dominical y señorial después de las Cortes de Cádiz, contra el que se rebelaron repetidamente sus connaturales en 1820 y 1830. La defensa de Alfajarín contra el poder de los Espés fue llevada en los Tribunales por Crespo en diversos pleitos con la Baronía por la posesión de las tierras, el pago injustificado de cargas y otras circunstancias

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        EL CIUDADANO ESTEVAN F. AUSTIN, EMPRESARIO, PARA INTRODUCIR EMIGRADOS ESTRANGEROS, EN LAS COLONIAS QUE LE TIENE, DESIGNADAS EL SUPREMO GOBIERNO DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA Y TEXAS, POR LOS CONTRATOS CELEBRADOS ENTRE EL DICHO GOBIERNO Y EL MISMO AUSTIN

      [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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        The Magazine of Natural History and Journal of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology, and Meteorology

      Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, London, 1829. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Nine volumes published 1829-1836. All in 1/4 brown cloth over plain boards. Some general scuffing wear and occasional marking to covers, hinges cracking on a few of the volumes but all the boards intact and connected. Scattered foxing but generally quite clean. Engravings in the text throughout. A nice, unsophisticated set of the first run of this important periodical edited by the prolific landscape architect and horticulturist. Size: Octavo (8vo). 9-volume set (complete). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Science & Technology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 040067. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        The Story of Aleck, or Pitcairn's Island. Being a true account of a very singular and interesting colony

      Amherst, Ma: J. S. & C. Adams, 1829. 16mo. 54pp. Original printed wrappers (Wrappers chipped). First edition of this scarce narrative of the South Seas and the Bounty Mutiny, designed to be read by children. It gives a good account of the Bounty mutiny, with a history of Pitcairn's Island. "Aleck" is Alexander Smith, one of the Bounty mutineers, who renamed himself John Adams and became a leader of the island community. Not in Rosenbach's collection of early American children's books. Later editions followed in the 1840s and after, but this first edition is scarce. OCLC, Ferguson, and American Imprints locate a total of only eleven copies. American Imprints 38586; Ferguson 1258a; OCLC 504651387, 9158152.

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        THE STORY OF ALECK, OR PITCAIRN'S ISLAND. BEING A TRUE ACCOUNT OF A VERY SINGULAR AND INTERESTING COLONY

      Amherst, Ma.: J.S. & C. Adams, 1829.. 54pp. 16mo. Original printed wrappers. Wrappers chipped around edges (especially lower corner of front wrapper) and soiled. Some light soiling, but generally clean internally. A good plus copy. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. First edition of this scarce narrative of the South Seas and the Bounty Mutiny, designed to be read by children. It gives a good account of the Bounty mutiny, with a history of Pitcairn's Island. "Aleck" is Alexander Smith, one of the Bounty mutineers, who renamed himself John Adams and became a leader of the island community. Not in Rosenbach's collection of early American children's books. Later editions followed in the 1840s and after, but this first edition is scarce. OCLC, Ferguson, and AMERICAN IMPRINTS locate a total of only eleven copies. FERGUSON 1258a. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 38586. OCLC 504651387, 9158152.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Travels in Arabia,

      London: Henry Colburn,, 1829. comprehending an Account of those Territories in HEdjaz which the Mohammedans regard as Sacred. Published by Authority of the Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior of Africa. Quarto (277 × 212 mm). Contemporary full calf, tan label, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments, French fillet gilt panels with floral corner-pieces to the boards, double rule edge-roll, floral roll to the turn-ins, marbled edges and endpapers. Folding map frontispiece and 4 full-page plans, including Mecca and Medina. Bound with the half-title. A little rubbed, rebacked with the original spine laid down, skillful restoration of the joints, light browning overall, slightly stronger in places, some foxing too and off-setting from the plans, but overall a very good copy. First edition. Account of Burckhardt's remarkable exploits in Arabia, permitted by his meticulous preparation which allowed him to travel in the guise of Ibrahim ibn Abdallah, an Indian merchant and pilgrim to the holy places, and under which name he was eventually to be buried in the Muslim cemetery at Cairo in 1817. Returning from his exploration down the Nile into Dongola and Abyssinia, he found himself in Jeddah, suffering from fever, and "in great straits for money, since his ragged appearance after his desert hardships belied the credit which he should have obtained from his Egyptian bankers' letters. Fortunately, Mohammed Aly, the viceroy of Egypt, was at the time in the neighbourhood of Mekka, prosecuting his Wahháby campaign, and, hearing of the famous traveller's proximity, summoned him to his presence, and soon relieved him of his difficulties. Burckhardt expressed a wish to visit Mekka as a Mohammedan pilgrim, and the pasha, although he was aware of Burckhardt's nationality, consented, provided he could satisfy a competent committee of Muslim examiners. Two learned doctors of the law thereupon questioned him on the religion of Islam, and ended by pronouncing him not only a Muslim, but an exceedingly learned one. After this Burckhardt supped with the Kady, or chief religious judge of Mekka, said prayers with him, and recited a long chapter of the Koran; and having thus placed himself on the best of terms with the authorities, he proceeded to perform the rites of pilgrimage at Mekka, go round the Kaaba, sacrifice, &c., and in every respect acquitted himself as a good Muslim. No Christian or European had ever accomplished this feat before; and the penalty of discovery would probably have been death. Burckhardt, however, mixed freely with the pilgrims, without once being suspected, and spent September, October, and November of 1814 in Mekka, and in the following January joined a caravan to Medina, in order to visit the prophet's tomb" (Stanley Lane-Poole in DNB). His constitution undermined by the rigours of his time in Africa, Burckhardt was forced to spend time in Cairo recuperating, during which he began organizing his papers for publication, and assisted Belzoni with his excavations, eventually settling in Alexandria "to seek the sea air … for his health." Forced from Cairo by the plague in 1816 he made a brief tour of Suez and Sinai, but following his return he contracted dysentery and died on 15 October 1817. Colonel William Leake, who edited his papers for publication considered that this was "the most accurate and complete account of the Hedjaz, including the cities of Mekka and Medina, which has ever been received in Europe" (Preface). Uncommon, more often encountered in the two-volume second edition of the same year.

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        British Wild Flowers

      LONDON: William S Orr & Co A beautiful copy of the 2nd edition in full leather with 60 finely detailed hand coloured plates by Jane Loudon. The full leather binding has raised bands to the spine and gilt title label. Internally there is the bookplate of Frederick Perkins, Chipstead Place, Kent on the front pastedown. There is a record of Chipstead Place being sold by the Polhills to a Frederick Perkins, cited as a brewer in 1829. The binding has some wear to the spine - principally some snagging at the top and general scuffing with a scuff to the title lable and wear on the joints although they remain sound. There is scuffing to the edges of the boards and some wear marks on the boards. Internally the original endpapers are present with slight splitting at the front joint towards the bottom. There is a small crease to a preliminary. The contents are very clean and the plates are VG to fine. There is very small repaired paper tear to the bottom margin of plate 60.

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        ELEMENTS OF EUCLID

      1829. [MENDENHALL, Thomas C.] SIMSON, Robert. THE ELEMENTS OF EUCLID: viz, the first six books, together with the eleventh and twelfth... Philadelphia: Robert Desilver and Thomas Desilver, 1829. Octavo. 516 pp. Contemporary law calf, abraded and soiled, with top board detached. Boyhood signature of Thomas C. Mendenhall, dated 1858, on the front free endpaper. Housed in a protective clamshell box. Mendenhall (American, 1841-1924), a scientist and educator, became the first professor at the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College (now Ohio State University) when he was hired in 1873. He was professor of physics and mechanics there until 1878, the year he was recruited on the recommendation of Edward S. Morse to help in the modernization of Meiji Era Japan as one of the o-yatoi gaikokujin (foreign experts). While professor at the University of Tokyo, he developed the government's meteorological service and was a key figure in Japan's development of scientific education. He returned the U.S. and and taught at Ohio State from 1881 until 1884. He went on to serve as president of Rose Polytechnic Institute, in Terre Haute, Indiana, from 1886 to 1889, and as president of Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts from 1894 to 1901. Mendenhall was elected president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 1889 However, besides the intrinsic interest of a book that belonged to Mendenhall, it is the two laid-in newspaper clippings that reveal the true significance of this book and its importance to him: They tell the Horatio Alger-like story of how young Mendenhall, a farm boy, bought this book for a dollar with his own hard-earned money and, without realizing it, initiated his long and illustrious career in science and education.

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        Life of Arthur Lee, LL. D. , Joint Commissioner of the United States to the Court of France, and Sole Commissioner to the Courts of Spain and Prussia, During the Revolutionary War. with His Political and Literary Correspondence And His Papers on Diplomatic and Political Subjects, and the Affairs of the United States During the Same Period. by Richard Henry Lee ...

      Boston, Wells And Lilly, 1829. 1st Edition. Notes: The "Life of Arthur Lee" occupies p. [11]-183 of v. 1. Subjects; United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Sources. United States--Foreign Relations--Politics and government--1775-1783. Finely bound both in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

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        Ristretto di storia patria ad uso de' piacentini?

      dai torchi del Maino 1829-1833 Cinque volumi di cm. 16, pp. 2.500 ca. complessive. Bross. orig. ornate. Poche tracce d'uso, ma esemplare genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione, marginoso ed a fogli chiusi. Bella dedica manoscritta dell'autore ad una personalità genovese. Edizione originale. Cfr. Lozzi.

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        Nieuwe Kaart Der Stad Amsterdam." Grundriss

      Kupferstich von Veelwaard, Koning und Brugman bei Mortier Covens en Zoon 1829. 62x91 cm. - Ailly 395 - Schönes großformatiges Blatt mit ausführlichen Legenden zu den Gebäuden, Grachten, Straßen u. a. Das 1829 datierte Blatt ist in vorliegendem Zustand im März 1830 erschienen.

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        The Gospel according to Saint Luke, translated into the Seneca tongue, by T.S. Harris. Ne Hoiwiyosdosheh noyohdadogehdih ne Saint Luke, nenonadowogha nigawenohdah

      New York: American Bible Society, 1829. 12mo (14.5 cm; 5.75"). [1], 149, 149 pp. First printing of any portion of the Bible in Seneca, an Iroquoian language of the New York region; a => bilingual text with the English on rectos. The translator was Thompson S. Harris, a Princeton-trained missionary among the Seneca. Provenance: Ex-Mount Holyoke Seminary with bookplate and manuscript ownership on endpapers. Darlow & Moule 8078; Newberry Library, Ayer Indians, Seneca, 7; Pilling, Iroquoian, p. 76; Pilling, Proof-sheets, 1665; North & Nida, Book of a Thousand Tongues (1972), 1159. Contemporary sheep, leather lost at head of spine with joints (outside) repaired; strong. Light foxing, occasionally moderate.

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        New Panorama. A Startling Interrogation

      London,: T. McLean,, 1829.. Handcoloured engraving, 300 x 410 mm.; in fine condition, framed. A fine impression of the coloured issue of this rare cartoon, satirising the colony which at this time was desperately trying to attract free immigration. The cashier taking money for the "New Panorama" (probably representing the Colosseum in Regents Park) is shown as if he is selling tickets for a voyage when he is actually selling entrance tickets to one of the fashionably realistic panoramas of exotic foreign places then exhibiting in London."Do you wish to go to Hell or Botany Bay? Sir" he asks, to which the prospective immigrant replies: "I wonts to go to Bottomy Bay"; a young girl exclaims to her enormously fat mother "La Mama I should like to see the Naughty Place better than any thing".William Heath (1795-1840), originally a career soldier, became well-known as a caricaturist and illustrator. His work reached a wide audience, even outside England: 'on cite aussi de lui des caricatures pleines d'humour sur les moeurs anglaises, vers 1825' (BÈnÈzit Dictionnaire).Separately issued transportation and immigration views are scarce, and this is a particularly charming and amusing example in fine condition. It may be the single caricature by Heath of an Australian subject, though his publisher - Thomas McLean - published material of Australian interest by other artists.Reproduced (although not attributed, and misdated) by Jonathan King: 'The Other Side of the Coin: A Cartoon History of Australia', p. 23.

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        Memoir, Correspondence and Miscellanies from the Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volumes I-IV, Complete Set

      Charlottesville, Virginia: F. Carr and Co., 1829. First Edition. 4 volumes. Engraved frontis portrait in Vol. I, 4 facsimiles( The facsimiles are bound into Volume IV of this set). Contemporary prior owner last name at top of title page each volume, and his full name top of one internal page each volume. Moderate foxing and staining throughout else all 4 volumes Very Good in original full sheep binding with red and green labels on gilt-panelled spines. "The earliest collection of the writings of Thomas Jefferson." Literary History of the United States, Spiller et al., MacMillan, NY 1959, pgs. 595-596. Howes R-60. . First Edition. Full Sheep. Very Good/No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Memoir, Correspondence, and Miscellanies, from the Papers of Thomas Jefferson. Edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph. In four volumes

      Charlottesville: F. Carr, and Co., 1829. first edition; 4 vols., viii, [2], 466 + 500 + 519 + 532 pp., frontis. portrait and four folding facsimiles in the fourth volume; in the original cloth-backed green boards, texts untrimmed, covers worn and soiled, foxing throughout, old book plates to each front paste down, 19th century owner's signature to front free endpaper of the second volume, the covers are tending toward becoming detached if not already separated. Photos available upon request.

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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]., 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.").. F. Hardcover.

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        Album Pour Rire

      c. 1829. Scarce Pre-Political Philipon Devastates The French Upper Class With Scathing SatirePHILIPON, Charles. TRAVIES, C.J., etc. Album Pour Rire. Paris: Chez Ostervald, n.d. [c. 1828-29] First issue. Oblong folio (10 x 12 7/8 in; 253 x 328 mm). Twelve hand-colored lithographs, ten numbered, two unnumbered. One suite (unidentified) in the ongoing series, Albums Pour Rire, by Philipon. The numbered plates contain three to six captioned vignettes each.Bound to contemporary style in full dark green morocco. Gilt ruled borders. Gilt panel. Gilt lettering and ornaments to spine. Some foxing to margins not affecting text, otherwise an attractive copy of a scarce suite.It appears that the Album pour Rire suites were never collected into separate volumes; there are no records in OCLC/KVK, nor auction records in ABPC.The Plates (1-9 by Philipon; lithography by Ducarme. All plates with header title Album Pour Rire):1. Une farce. L'amour des Pénates. Nous de payons plus, Monsieur. Mise décent.Un rosier dans toute sa portée.2. Chasse au flambeau. Ces Messieurs doivent avoir une bien belle vue! Petit-a-compte. Observateurs par etat.3. Mon dieu! J'ai retrouvé ma bourse. Un enfant de choeur. Gestes du mauvaise société. Satisfaction mélée d'impatience. Il a appres tout seul!4. Un martyr de la chasse. Allons! du sang-froid. Incompatibilité d'humeur.5. Ce qu'on appele piler du poivre. Ces messieurs vont voir la mer. Physionomies patibulaires. Braconnier Parisien.6. Un invalide. Oh! Oh! Le voisin!!! L'age, l'art et la nature. L'embarras du choix. Le dos, les jambes et le nez aquilins. Faire la montre, faire le mouchoir.7. Petit embarras. Cas de concience. Des gens rassasiés. Le laid idéal. Fructus belle. Le toutou de ma Grande-mire. Il achettera.8. Le baume d'acier. Mépris philosophique. Jouissances de l'esprit...de vin. Pauvre pigeon! Quel goujon!9. Action du feu sur les corps gras. Gladiateur champêtre. Gentillesse enfantine. Symptomes de coliques. Monter est un; bien, monter est autre. Un troubadour.[10]. Preuve frappante du danger de faibles Tirant. (Anonymous). Lith. by George Frey.[11]. La Chasse aux Lettres. (Anonymous). Lith by George Frey.12. Chapeau bas! Chapeau bas! (designed by C.J. Traviés). Lith. by Ducarme.La Chasse du Lettres (1828] [11] satirizes and denounces censorship, with three toddlers in the foreground on chairs with wheels in pursuit of the letters "J", "A, B, C" equipped with legs. Each chair bears an inscription: "And if we become scientists, to be skinned villains with scissors", "To be towed when we grow like wild beasts", "Poor children that we are, why torment us until after the fine letters? " In the background, three riders with enormous scissors preceded by dogs chase letters spelling "literature," while vultures circle above, and a pig rests on the pages of books ("trimmings").

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        ICONOGRAPHIE DU REGNE ANIMAL DE CUVIER. Mammiferes, oiseaux, reptiles et poissons, pour servir d'atlas a tous les traites de zoologie par M. F. E. Guerin-Meneville

      Paris, France: Bureau de la Revue et Magazin de zoologie, 1829. Two volumes. Original hardcover bindings: printed paper-covered boards, with moderate to heavy rubbing to extremities, overall moderate shelfwear and soiling. Exterior hinges and spine extremities have an old tape repair that blends well with original binding; each volume protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Text in French. Volume I: [iv], 8 (paginated [33]-40), 28 (paginated [5]-32), 32 (paginated [4]-36; in all, 72 pages of preliminary text, including an index and scientific description of plates. Illustrated with a frontisportrait of Cuvier, plates A and B, a first set of plates numbered 1-48 with two additional plates repeating plate numbers, and a second set of plates numbered 1-67 with three additional plates repeating plate numbers. Including frontis, the first volume is illustrated with 123 plates. Volume II: [iv], 4 (numbered [21]-24), 4 (numbered [41]-44), 15 (numbered [5]-19), [1] blank, 36 (numbered [5]-40); in all, 64 pages of preliminary text, including an index and scientific description of plates. First set of plates numbered 1-30 and the second set numbered 1-70. In total, the two volumes contain 223 black & white plates. No date of publication listed, but it is known that the series was published from 1829 to 1844. Plates are very slightly foxed, affecting margins only. Gue´rin-Me´neville, F.-E. (Fe´lix-Edouard). First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Royal octavo (tall 8vo).

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        Waverley Novels

      Edinburgh and London: Cadell and Company and Simpkin and Marshall, 1829. Forty-eight volumes complete - Volume One - [2], civ, 320pp; Volume Two - 420pp; Volume Three - [2], xxxi, [1], 311pp, [1]; Volume Four - 378pp; Volume Five - xix, [1], 326pp; Volume Six - 340pp; Volume Seven - cxxxv, [1], 264pp; Volume Eight - 384pp; Volume Nine - xxix, [1], 374pp; Volume Ten - 416pp; Volume Eleven - 420pp; Volume Twelve - 408pp; Volume Thirteen - 392pp; Volume Fourteen - 370pp; Volume Fifteen - xliii, [1], 338pp; Volume Sixteen - xliv, 348pp; Volume Seventeen - 398pp; Volume Eighteen - c, 266pp; Volume Nineteen - 356pp; Volume Twenty - xxii, 352pp; Volume Twenty-One - 360pp; Volume Twenty-Two - xv, [1], 344pp; Volume Twenty-Three - 398pp; Volume Twenty-Four - xix, [1], 366pp; Volume Twenty-Five - 374pp; Volume Twenty-Six - xvii, [1], 350pp; Volume Twenty-Seven - 388pp; Volume Twenty-Eight - lxxxvii, [1], 272pp; Volume Twenty-Nine - 350pp; Volume Thirty - 352pp; Volume Thirty-One - lxx, 332pp; Volume Thirty-Two - 402pp; Volume Thirty-Three - x, 340pp; Volume Thirty-Four - 360pp; Volume Thirty-Five - xxiii, [1], 336pp; Volume Thirty-Six - 380pp; Volume Thirty-Seven - xli, [1], 486pp; Volume Thirty-Eight - xxii, 492pp; Volume Thirty-Nine - lxxvi, 366pp; Volume Forty - 396pp; Volume Forty-One - lxxiii, [1], 386pp; Volume Forty-Two - xii, 384pp; Volume Forty-Three - 394pp; Volume Forty-Four - xxvii, [1], 388pp; Volume Forty-Five - 388pp; Volume Forty-Six - xlv, [1], 398pp; Volume Forty-Seven - 466pp and Volume Forty-Eight - 492pp. Contemporary uniform full calf, raised bands, spines in six panels, morocco title label to second panel, contrasting morocco sub-title label to third, the remaining panels decorated in gilt with stemmed volutes, bands highlighted with pointille, covers with single fillet border, oscillating line in gilt to edges, all edges marbled. Externally slightly rubbed to extremities, one or two corners slightly bumped, a few covers with minor abrasions and slight discolouring. Lower cover of volume fourteen is bumped and scraped. Internally the frontispieces and titles are foxed, occasional spots of foxing to text, but generally quite bright and clean. The front inner joint of volumes twenty-two and thirty-nine are slightly cracked and a little weak. Bookplate of Charles Daubeny (presumably Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny (1795-1867), chemist and botanist - See ODNB) to front pastedowns. Each volume with an engraved frontispiece and engraved title, and a folding map to the rear of volume twenty-three. An attractive set of Scott's novels. First Thus. Full Calf. Good+. 12mo.

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        Annals and Antiquities of Rajast’han, or the Central and Western Rajpoot States of India

      London: published by Smith, Elder, & Co. and Calkin & Budd, 1829-1832. 2 volumes, quarto. (12 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches). 3 letterpress tables (2 folding). 50 plates, plans and maps by Edward Finden and others after Captain Waugh, Ghafasi and others (including: 1 folding engraved map, hand- coloured in outline, 28 engraved plates after Waugh [1 folding], 11 engraved plates after Ghafasi, 3 lithographs [1 folding, 2 drawn on stone by Louis Haghe and on india paper mounted]). Later half calf over marbled paper boards, spine with raised bands in six compartments, red and black morocco lettering pieces in the second and fourth compartments, t.e.g. First edition of this valuable early study of the history, beliefs and topography of Rajasthan in north west India. The author went to India as a cadet in the Bengal army of the British East India Company in 1799. He commanded the escort attached to the Resident at Sindhia from 1812 to 1817. In the latter year he was in charge of the Intelligence Department which largely contributed to the break up of the Maratha Confederacy in the Third Anglo-Maratha War, and was of great assistance in the campaign in Rajputana. In 1818 he was appointed political agent for the states of western Rajputana, where he successfully acted as an aribitrator between rival chieftains, settling their feuds. While Resident in Rajputana, Tod collected materials for his Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, a work of great importance for South Asian scholars. At the dawn of the archaeological and historical study of India, Tod presents the contemporary geography and a detailed history of Rajputana along with the history of the Rajput clans who ruled most of the area at that time. Tod's work drew on local archives, Rajput traditional sources, and monuments such as the Edicts of Asoka found at Junagadh. He returned to England in 1823 with a wealth of material for what became a fundamental study of Rajast'han's historical development. The work is ornamented with a fine series of plates, the majority of which are from drawings either by a local artist whose name is given as Ghafsi, or Captain Waugh, a friend and kinsman of the author who died just before the work was published. The work was much appreciated in the region at the time, to the extent that the ruler of Udaipur renamed a village in Tod's honour: Barsawada became "Todgarh" (or Tods fort) - a name that it still bears today.

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        Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books With an Analysis

      1829. Blackstone, Sir William [1723-1780]. Lee, Thomas, Editor (Volumes I and III). Ryland, Archer, Editor (Volume IV). Hovenden, John Eykyn, Editor (Volume II). Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books; With an Analysis of the Work. With the Last Corrections of the Author, And Copious Notes. London: S. Sweet, 1829. Four volumes. Table of consanguinity, folding table of descents. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary three-quarter calf over patterned cloth, raised bands and lettering pieces to spines, marbled edges. Moderate rubbing to extremities and some soiling to boards, a few chips to edges of lettering pieces, minor bubbling to front board of Volume I, front hinge of Volume II cracked but secure, a few hinges starting, a leaf (pp. 238-39) in Volume I loose, light foxing in a few places. Later owner signatures to front pastedown of each volume, interiors otherwise clean. An attractive set. * "Eighteenth" edition. "This is the fourth of the London editions which are called the 'eighteenth' on title pages.... The 'Life of the Author' in Vol. I is taken almost verbatim from Clitherow's preface to Blackstone's Reports of Cases, London, 1781. The 'Analysis' mentioned on title pages is an extract from Blackstone's Analysis of the Laws of England, divided into four books and printed in the corresponding volumes of the Commentaries.": Eller, The William Blackstone Collection in the Yale Law Library 36.

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        Histoire De Napoleon

      A. Thoisnier-Desplaces, Libraire 1829 Mm 135x215 Opera in quattro volumi, bella rilegatura in pelle, nervature, titoli su falsi tasselli rosso, decorazioni oro ai piatti e al dorso, guardie marmorizzate. Volume I, pp. 498, ritratto in antiporta e 17 tavole, anche ripiegate, fuori testo. Volume II, pp. 503, ritratto in antiporta e 12 tavole, anche ripiegate, fuori testo. Volume III, pp. 499 con ritratto in antiporta e 18 tavole, anche ripiegate, fuori testo. Volume IV, pp. 563 con ritratto in antiporta e 18 tavole, anche ripiegate, fuori testo. Fioriture e bruniture alle carte. Seconda edizione, deuxieme ediotion. Opera in buone condizioni. SPEDIZIONE IN 24 ORE DALLA CONFERMA DELL'ORDINE. WORLDWIDE DELIVERY.

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        Atlas Volume of Plates for AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGY; OR THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE BIRDS OF THE UNITED STATES

      New York & Philadelphia: Collins & Co/Harrison Hall, 1829. Hardcover. Folio (11-1/2" x 14-1/2") bound in contemporary half brown leather with leather corners, though the spine is lacking and both covers are detached. The atlas volume only consisting of a title page and 76 beautiful hand-colored plates, mostly multi-image. Wood (p. 360) notes that "the hand-colored drawings in the atlas are from the original copper plates, colored anew by pigments which seem to have been of better quality than those used by Wilson" in the first edition published 15 - 20 years earlier. A superb American production. Along with Audubon it is one of the color plate masterpieces of the 19th century, but significantly less expensive to obtain though becoming very difficult to locate. Colors still bright, occasional and light spot of foxing or small stain, but generally quite clean with most tissue guards still present. Minor edge tear on one or two plates not extending into image; a few plates detached. Both endpapers and blanks wrinkled to varying degrees.

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        The Anatomy of the Human Ear, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, of the Natural Size; with A Treatise on the Diseases of That Organ The Causes of Deafness, and Their Proper Treatment. Bound as one volume

      London: Robert Hardwicke, 1829.. Third Edition. Indigo half-leather cover over marbled boards. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Covers lightly rubbed at margins. Sporadic foxing. Ex-library from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, with minimal markings. 147pp + ads :: Four hand-coloured, pull-out plates, and two full page b/w plates :: 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5")

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        Portugal Illustrated.

      London, Published for the Author. 1829 - 4to (7 x 10in., 175 x 260mm) contemporary full calf, backstrip a little rubbed, top joint cracked but sound. Engraved title-page, double-page frontispiece view, double-page map, pp 10 of engraved music, 2 plates of coins, 2 portraits, 9 hand-coloured costume plates each with four figures, 19 steel-engraved views. pp xl, 564. Frontispiece a little dusty, otherwise internally a very nice copy of the SECOND AND BEST EDITION, WITH EXTRA PLATES AND ADDITIONAL TEXT.

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        Considérations qui démontrent la nécessité de fonder des maisons de refuge, d'épreuves morales pour les condamnés libérés; suivies du tableau du régime de ces maisons et de l'évaluation des défenses qu'exigerait dans le département de la Seine la création d'un établissement de ce genre; accompagnées des plans. Avec des notes par M. Appert.

      Paris, Renouard 1829 In-8, plein-veau glacé, reliure ornée, tranches dorées, 4 ff.n.ch, 147 pp, 3 planches dépliantes h-t, quelques rousseurs. Sur le premier plat est gravé la mention " Respectueusement offert à son Altesse Royale M.gr Le Dauphin, Président du conseil royal des prisons par l'auteur". Le premier travail de l'auteur avait été encouragé par le Dauphin, soutenu par Héricart de Thury, Rever, Salverte, Philippe et Charles Dupin, Benjamin Constant, Jars, ainsi que en Angleterre le baronnet sir Francis Burdett. Ce projet, résolument optimiste, s'appuyait également sur l'instruction élémentaire et les autres institutions philanthropiques de Charles Dupin, Montyon, Appert, Degérando. L'auteur cite également comme raisons d'espérer les progrès de la médecine comme la lithotritie de Civiale, ' le spéculum (ou moyen d'éclairer l'intérieur de la vessie) d'un jeune et savant professeur, M. Ségalas; les appareils orthopédiques de M. V. Duval Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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

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

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        INSTITUCIONES DE DERECHO REAL DE ESPAÑA por el Doctor Don? Catedratico de instituciones de Justiniano en la Real y Pontifica Universidad de Goatemala.

      - 2 vols. 8º mayor (21 cm.) 285 p. = iv., 274 p. Encuadernación plena piel de época. Buen estado, papel limpio y fuerte, mancha de hum. en la esquina superior del tomo II sin afectar al texto, y solo en las 50 primeras hojas. Revisado completo Lugar: Madrid, Editorial: Imprenta de Repulles [se hallara en las librerías de Escamilla y Sojo, calle de carretas], Año: 1829 Notas: Catedrático guatemalteco, J. M. Álvarez elaboró este compendio elemental del derecho romano y de su jurisprudencia en España, realizando un singular aporte en dicho campo. La obra de José María Álvarez es una pieza imprescindible en toda biblioteca de ciencias jurídicas., Edición: 2 Edición

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        Voyages en Orient, entrepris par ordre du gouvernement français de l’année 1821 à l’année 1829. Ornés de Figures et d’une Carte. Turquie d’Asie. [Suivi de :] Voyages en Orient, entrepris par ordre du gouvernement français de l’année 1821 à l’année 1829. Constantinople, Grèce. Événements politiques en 1827 à 1829.

      Paris, Librairie Universelle, De P. Mongie Ainé, 1829 - 2 vol. in-8° ; (2)-XIII-1 f. non ch. [Voyages en Orient]-332 pp.-1 carte repliée h.-t. et 8 pl. h.-t./(2)-361 pp., demi-veau glacé havane, dos lisse très joliment orné, filets or, filets à froid, filets or pointillés, p. de titre et de tomaison noir, rel. de l’époque, bel exemplaire. Atabey, 442. Blackmer, 612. Chadenat, 1105. Droulia, 1803. Nouvelle Annales des Voyages, Douzième année, 1830, t. 45, pp. 361-381 (pour l’analyse critique). Weber 173. Édition originale. « Monsieur Fontanier, consul à Trébizonde, nous donne successivement des portraits exacts et vivants des parties les moins explorées de l’Empire ottoman » (Alphonse de Lamartine, Voyage en Orient, t. I, Avertissement, p. VII). Premier voyage en orient exécuter par ordre du gouvernement français. Victor Fontanier (1796-1857), naturaliste de formation, attaché à l’ambassade de France à Constantinople, fera un second voyage en Orient [intitulé deuxième voyage en Anatolie] pendant les années 1830 à 1833 (Paris, Librairie de Dumont, 1834, in-8°). Parti de France en 1821, Victor Fontanier se rendit à Constantinople, à Odessa, puis dans les provinces russes du Caucase. Il visita Bakou ainsi que les rivages de la mer Caspienne, pénétra en Perse par Erevan, Nakhitchevan, Tabriz ; parvint à Bagdad par Hamadan, descendit le Tigre jusqu’à Bassora. Par le sud de la Perse, l’auteur se rendit en Géorgie, parcourut le Guriel et la Mingrelie avant de retourner à Constantinople en longeant la côte Lazique ou Lazistan (côtes de la mer Noire – pays des Lazes) tout en empruntant les routes les moins parcourues pour gagner la capitale du vaste Empire ottoman, où il se livra à de nouvelles observations. Fontanier quitta Constantinople pour se rendre à Smyrne par Brousse, Apollonie et Mohalich. Son long périple se termina par la visite des îles de l’Archipel grec en pleine guerre d’Indépendance grecque (1821-1830). L’itinéraire de notre voyageur le conduisit successivement dans les grandes villes de Turquie d’Asie. Sa marche fut rapide et sans réel repos, mais cela ne l’empêcha cependant pas de recueillir un nombre important de renseignements géographiques, géologiques, ainsi que de précieux détails sur les mœurs des populations visitées. Son récit est vif et d’un grand intérêt. FIRST EDITION. VERY NICE COPY. COMPLETE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Literaturæ scientiæ rerum naturalium in Dania, Norvegia & Holsatia usque ad annum MDCCCXXIX enchiridion in usum physicorum & medicorum scripsit.

      Köpenhamn, J. C. Elmquist, 1829. 8:o. VIII,(10),136,136a-b,137-233,(15) s. Grått opappbd med tryck på främre pärmen. Ryggen ngt nött och falsarna delvis med sprickor. Inlagan bara obetydligt skuren så att råkanter återfinns här och där. Enstaka småfläckar. Med en gammal signatur, "J. E. W-m.". Bibliotheca danica II:157. Bibliotheca Walleriana 19189

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        The History of the House of Seytoun to the Year MDLIX. With a Continuation by Alexander Viscount Kingston to MDCLXXXVII

      Glasgow Hutchins and Brookman [printers] 1829. Rubbed and bumped covers. Spine cracked and chipped. Occasional foxing. Pages browning and untrimmed. Content in good condition Limited Edition [100] Half-leather cover 128pp + index :: 2 plates :: 280mm x 210mm (11" x 8") :: 100 copies printed on the paper of the Bannatyne Club. The Maitland Club [Sir Walter Scott President] 1828 resolved that the printing of this book be superintended by John Fullarton. The Maitland Club was founded in 1828 in Glasgow for the 'cultivation of the literary antiquities of Scotland'

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        Die Schmetterlinge in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen von Eugenius Johann Christoph Esper.

      Herausgegeben mit Zusätzen von Toussaint von Charpentier. Europäische Gattungen. Leipzig, T.O. Weigel, (1829-1839). 7 volumes (5 text-volumes bound in 6 & 2 plate-volumes) & 4 supplements (bound in 1 volume). 4to. pp. xxii, 388, (2), 190; 234; 396; 1-372; (4), 373-698, 85, (1); 276; (2), 120, 52, 104, 48, with 441 handcoloured engraved plates (and:) IBID. Die ausländischen Schmetterlinge in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen. Leipzig, T.O. Weigel, (1830). 4to. pp. (2), 254, 14, with 66 handcoloured engraved plates. Uniform 19th century half calf, gilt spines with 4 raised bands and gilt lettering. The most complete edition of this superbly illustrated work on European and Exotic butterflies. The above offered edition contains 2 more supplements and 11 more plates than the first edition (1777-1830). A complete set including the rare volume 'Ausländische Schmetterlinge' on exotic butterflies. "With Esper a real scholar arrives on the scene... and Esper cannot be denied a strong artistic gift, which was greatly helped by the Nuremberg engraver, Johann Carl Bock. During a stay in the Low Countries Bock was encouraged even more by artists of the school of Maria Sibylla Merian, who had formely worked in Nuremberg" (Nissen, 'Bestiaries of five centuries' p. 71). The fine plates are exceptionally delicately handcoloured and engraved by Bock, Sturm, Tyroff, Volkart, Walbert, a.o. after Esper's own drawings. Attractive uniform bindings. Hagen I, 215; Horn & Schenkling I, 6085 & 6088; Nissen ZBI, 1316-1317.

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        GUIDA DEL FORESTIERE PER LA CITTÀ E IL CONTADO DI LUCCA. Rifatta dal Marchese Antonio Mazzarosa, Presidente delle Belle Arti..

      Lucca, presso Iacopo Balatresi, 1829.In -16, (mm.150 x 100), pp. (8) 223 (1 errata). Brossura editoriale a stampa originale. Esemplare con fioriture ma ampi margini. Con una grande tavola ripiegata f.t. con la pianta e una veduta di Lucca, incisa da Carlo Verico, e cinque tav. inc. fuori testo con vedute della città di Lucca (Piazza San Martino, Piazza San Michele, Avanzi dell'Anfiteatro romano, Bagni alla Villa, Avanzi dei bagni romani a Massaciuccoli) anche queste del Verico su disegni di Angiolo Della Valle. Seconda edizione (la prima fu stampata nel 1820 priva delle illustrazioni). Cfr. Fossati Bellani, II, 3215.

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        Précis de la Géographie Universelle, ou Description de toutes les parties du monde, sur un plan nouveau, d'après les grandes divisions naturelles du globe; précédée de l'Histoire de la Géographie chez les Peuples anciens et modernes....

      a Paris, Chez Fr. Buisson, 1810 - 1829. 1829 8 voll. di testo in-8° (210x135mm) e un vol. di atlante in-folio (375x280mm). I voll. di testo sono legati in m. pelle marrone coeva con titolo, filetti e tomaison in oro e fregi in oro e a secco ai dorsi. Tabelle n.t. Il vol. di atlante è in cartonatura coeva bicolore. L'atlante consta di 24 cartografie finemente incise su rame da Tardieu da invenzione di Giraldon e con i confini territoriali delle nazioni in bella coloritura coeva di Diot. In barbe, in ottimo stato conservativo, con solo alcune sparse quanto lievi fioriture e bruniture. Prima edizione di questa importante opera ottocentesca di geografia universale, rara a trovarsi completa dell'atlante iconografico. L'opera è così ripartita: I. Histoire de la géographie. II. Théorie générale de la géographie. III. Description de l"Asie, exceptée l"Inde. IV. Description de l"Inde, de l"Océanique et de l"Afrique Septentrionale. V. Description de l"Afrique Méridionale et des deux Amériques. VI. Description de l"Europe orientale. VII. Suite de la description de l"Europe. VIII. Fin de la description de l"Europe et table générale. Konrad Malte-Brun (propriamente Malte Bruun), insigne geografo danese, nacque a Thisted nel 1755 e scomparve a Parigi nel 1826. Come scrive Robert Ferras nell'opera Les géographies universelles et le monde de leur temps (Paris, 1989), Malte-Brun "proposait une géographie de la découverte et de la mise en place d'une discipline balbutiante malgré ses réalisations, en particulier en cartographie; il a produit une information sur le Monde, autorisée par sa formation à l'étranger, son savoir encyclopédique, sa position au poste clé de la Société Géographique de Paris, sa connaissance des langues étrangères". Brunet, III, 1347. Graesse, IV, 355. Manca al Phillips che, n. 4306, cita un altro atlante, uscito nel 1812.

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        Storia naturale di Buffon nuovamente ordinata e continuata per opera del C. di Lacepede in 28 tomi

      Tipografia Vignozzi 1829 Rara edizione della celebre e monumentale opera di George Louis Leclerc, Conte di Buffon (1707 - 1788) naturalista, matematico, saggista e cosmologo francese. L'opera è divisa in due parti: i primi 54 volumi rappresentano la "Storia Naturale" vera e propria, segue la "Continuazione della Storia Naturale". I 103 volumi sono rilegati in 28 tomi, adorni di numerose tavole incise in rame. Ex Libris di Giovanni Treccani degli Alfieri. In sedicesimo

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        Il nuovo Teatro di Parma rappresentato con tavole intagliate nello studio di P. Toschi e descritto per brevi cenni da G.B.N. (Gian Battista Niccolosi). -

      Parma, co? tipi Bodoniani, 1829.In-folio (34,5 x 51,5 cm.). Legatura coeva in mezza pelle verde; estremità un po' abrase. Con 9 tavole incise in rame, tra cui una bella veduta, 2 piante, uno spaccato, dettagli d?interni, gli affreschi del soffitto, varie decorazioni eseguite sotto la direzione di Paolo Toschi, e l?imponente sipario allegorico realizzato dal pittore Giambattista Borghesi. (8), XII, (4) pp.; qualche lieve fioritura. Prima e unica edizione di questa descrizione del teatro Regio, progettato da Nicola Bettoli (1780-1854) su richiesta dell?Arciduchessa Maria Luigia d?Austria per rimpiazzare il teatro Ducale del 1688; venne inaugurato il 16 maggio del 1829 con un?opera scritta appositamente da Vincenzo Bellini. Berlin Kat. 2819. Brooks 1306. First and only edition. With 9 engr. plates, including a view of the new theatre (which replaced the one built in 1688), 2 plans, a section, an elevation, ornaments and the allegorical design of the drop curtain. Some occasional mild foxing. Contemp. half calf; slightly rubbed.

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        I promessi sposi volume terzo

      Francesco Veladini e comp. 1829 Terza edizione ticinese in tre tomi del capolavoro manzoniano, ben più rara della precedente, sempre edita dal Veladini nel 1828. In sedicesimo

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        Amoenitates Botanicae Monacenses. Auswahl merkwürdiger Pflanzen des K. botanischen Gartens zu München in Abbildungen und Beschreibungen, nebst Anleitung rücksichtlich ihrer Cultur./ Choix des Plantes remarquables du Jardin botanique royal de Munic, figurées et décrites avec des observations sur leur culture.

      Frankfurt a. M., Verlag der Brönner'schen Buchhandlung, (1829-1831). 4to (285 x 235mm). 4 parts. pp. (6), 26, with 16 fine handcoloured lithographed plates. Publisher's printed wrappers. An attractively illustrated work by this famous botanist showing exotic plants from Brazil, Mexico and the East Indies, recently introduced in the Munich Botanical Garden. Carl Friedrich Phillipp von Martius (1794-1868) was professor at the Ludwig Maximilian University and director of the Royal Botanic Garden. He is the author of some major botanical works such as a large flora on Brasil and the most beautiful work on palms ever published. The text of the present work is in German as well as in French. Nissen BBI, 1284; Stafleu & Cowan 5529.

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