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        Graphic illustrations of Warwickshire

      Birmingham: Beilby, Knott and Beilby, 1829 [viii], xii, 128p. Large paper copy measuring 36.5 x 26.5cm. Proof plates on india paper. Attractive modern half leather binding with marbled paper boards by Period Bookbinders, Bath. Tiny scuff to lettering piece. New end papers. Pages are top edge gilt. Text very clean, only a handful of marks: one or two paper faults causing slight creasing; small stain to p56; light browning to p81 and light stain at head of pages 87-90. Contains 32 plates and 12 vignettes, all marked proof. Only 1 plate has any browning to image, 23 are remarkably clean and the other 8 have some light browning to edges. One or two have a very small closed tear to outer margin. Not to be confused with the later edition of 1862. A lovely copy.. First Edition. Half-Leather. Very Good. Illus. by Engraved by W. Radclyffe.

      [Bookseller: Stephen Rench]
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        Les Métamorphoses du jour

      Paris: Bulla; and Brussels: Borella, [1829]. Oblong folio (250 x 338 mm). Scarce one-leaf letterpress introduction signed Achille Comte. 72 hand-colored lithographic plates by Joseph Langlumé after Grandville. Early-20th-century blue half morocco, spine gilt-lettered. Some occasional foxing, plate 31 shaved at outer margin, possibly inserted from another copy. Provenance: purchased from Marlborough Rare Books, 2004. FIRST EDITION OF GRANDVILLE'S FIRST MAJOR SUCCESS. "Hélas! Hélas! Quand donc les humains seront-ils aussi vrai, aussi naifs, aussi charmants que ces illustrations de Granville" (Carteret). In this series, Grandville satirizes the vices of contemporary society by substituting human heads with those of animals. Plates 1-71 are numbered and published by Bulla in Paris; plate 72 unnumbered but with the number added in manuscript (it was published by Borella in Brussels). There was another suppressed plate, not present in this copy. According to Renonciat, eight plates are in the first state and four with titles in French and English. While later impressions of this work are common, the first edition is quite scarce. Carteret III, pp. 282-4; Ray, French Illustrated Books, 132. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

      [Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts]
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        Die Englische Goldgrube für das bürgerliche Leben, Oder gmeinnütziger Tausendkünstler zur Erlangung vieler bewährter Vortheile im Nahrungsstande, und zur Hülfe in allerlei Unfällen im häuslichen Leben etc.

      Ulm, In der J. Ebnerschen Buchhandlung. 1827-1829. - 6 Bände + 2 Nachtragsbände in 4 Bänden (alles Erschienene). Klein-8°. 408 S.; 480 S.; 2 Bl., 236 S., 2 Bl., S. (237)-472 S.; 2 Bl., 240 S., 2 Bl., S. (241)-476. Neuere Pappbände mit roten Rückenschildern. 5./6. Band und der 1./2. Nachtagsband mit den eingebundenen Vortitelblättern: 'Die Silbergrube für das bürgerliche Leben. Erstes bis viertes und letztes Bändchen'. - Titelblätter gestempelt. Band 5 bis Seite 20 mit kleinem Wasserrand in der oberen Ecke. - Komplett selten.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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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

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur]
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        The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. Volume I [1] [One]: February, 1828 - February, 1829. Nos. 1-52. 2 Vols.

      Boston: John Cotton, 1829. - First volume (Nos. 1-22): vii, 352 pp. Second volume (Nos. 23-52; No. 23 is dated July 22, 1828): 353-832 pp. Recent full leather. Very Good. 'The New England Journal of Medicine was founded by Dr. John Collins Warren in 1812 as a quarterly called The New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery. For one year, 1827, it was named the New England Medical Review and Journal. In 1828, it became a weekly [merging with the Medical Intelligencer, established in 1823], and was renamed The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal; one hundred years later, it took on its present name' (Wikipedia). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ted Kottler, Bookseller]
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        The life, voyages & sea battles of that celebrated pirate Commodore P.J. still remembered by some of the old inhabitants now living in Wapping, he being originally in the coal-trade; in which are contained a variety of important facts, displaying the revolutions of fortune that this naval adventurer underwent.

      London, Allman, 1829, 8vo m.pelle moderna, pp. 28 con una doppia tav. lit. a col. rip. in antip. (piccola mancanza ad un angolo, perforazione marginale per monogramma di proprietà a due carte e manca l'occhiello).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Piani già' Naturalistica snc]
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        Gesamtansicht nach Süd-Ost.

      - Lithographie v. Gustav Kraus n. Carl Schütz b. L. Lacroix in München, um 1829, 35,5 x 49,5 Thieme-Becker, Bd. XXX, S. 314. Carl (Karl) Schütz; Wandermaler (nachzuweisen von 1829-1845 in Düren). - Pressler, Gustav Kraus Nr. 189. - Die Ansichten (bei Pressler besonders hervorgehoben) auf dem selten benutzen Papier mit dem Wasserzeichen von M. Häusler. - Sehr seltene Ansicht von Düren!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        BRIENEN VAN RAMERUS, PHAFF, LOUIS MEIJER--- Album amicorum in de vorm van een oblong doosje met losse blaadjes, van Emilie H.G. van Brienen van Ramerus, met 25 bijdragen (voornamelijk tekeningen) uit de jaren 1829-1837.

      Bijdragen o.a. van A.F.C. Phaff, Chs. Landre, S.J. Moltzer, Louis Meijer, Elise Chantal, W. en C.E. van der Breggen, J.A. Daniels, W.A.J. Remy, P.A. Beelaerts v. Blokland, M. v. Sommerlatte, J.A. v. Dam v. Brakel, M.E.A. Oltmans, P.N. Rendorp (voor Annette!), Bangeman v.d. Hulst en Swalmius v.d. Linden. AA020/M10676.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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        Reisen In Nubien, Kordofan Und Dem Petraischen Arabien Vorzuglich in Geographisch-statistischer Hinsicht (TEXT VOLUME & ATLAS).

      Friedrich Williams, Frankfurt 1829 - Volume I: 8 vo. xxvi 388 pp. + [1], small library stamp on title page / Volume II: Folio Atlas: 8 steel engraved plates of which one is folding + 5 engraved maps, contemporary half-calf with marbled boards, slightly rubbed round edges, title gilt, red labels on spine, occasional spotting in atlas, otherwise set in very good condition. Ruppell (1794-1894), was the first European to go into the legendary country of Kordofan following its conquest by Mohammed Ali. In the introduction Ruppell explains that he did not set out to give a personalized and romanticised version of his travels, but to give a very factual and scientific account of Egypt, Sudan, the Jordanian desert, the Hijaz , Yemen and Muscat. Reisen in Nubien, Kordofan und dem Petraischen Arabien. He surveyed the Arabian coast from Mokha to Jeddah. Bibliographical note: Gay 117. Paulitschke 87. Henze IV, 698 ff. Hilmy II, 200. Size: 8vo. & Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: FOLIOS LIMITED]
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        GIESBERGER, KAMPEN, DEN BOSCH -- Album amoricum in de vorm van een oblong doosje met losse blaadjes, van Amalia Giesberger, met ca. 40 bijdragen uit de jaren 1829-1842.

      - Diverse bijdragen uit Kampen: H.A. Hooft Graafland - van Eijs, E.J. Eschauzier (1839), Charles Kannegiesser (1837), H.M. van Oldenbarnevelt gen. Tullingh (1836), Emma Stael van Holstein, S.F.L.W. Seyffardt (1836), Caroline Werner (1835), O.H. Feith (1841), M.J.H. de Vries (1839 en 1840). Voorts uit Den Bosch: sergeant Ferney (1841), Dr. Kloppert (1842), Dr. Burkard (1841), R.M.C. Ritschie (1842) en M.M. de Hart (1842). Verder o.a. M. Frank te Antwerpen en H.A. Hooft-van Eys, M.C. Verrijn Stuart-Wild (1841), J.A.C. Eschauzier (1839), C.C. van Vloten (1837), A.J. Nobel, uit Weimar L. de Jongh-de Brij (1837), uit Utrecht E.H. Rappard-v.d. Bergh (1839) en uit Amsterdam Marie Voell non Auchen (1839). M8092/AA002

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur]
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        Manuel de physiologie végétale, de physique, de chimie, et de minéralogie, appliquées à la culture

      Paris, Roret, 1829, in-18, (4), VI, 359pp, (1bl.), 2 pl.. 36pp. de catalogue Roret, broché, Ouvrage agrémenté de deux planches dépliantes, gravées par Guiguet et représentant des éléments de végétaux (fruits, graines, feuilles, racines etc.). Rousseurs et dos cassé

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Sämmtliche Werke. (Erlanger Ausgabe). (Deutsche Schriften:) 65 Bde. u. 2 Reg.-Bde. Hrsg. von J. G. Plochmann, ab Bd. 21 von J. K. Irmischer (Lateinische Schriften:). 33 Bde. Bearb. von Tomms, Schmidt, Irmischer. (=100 Bde.).

      8. Ppbde. Halbleinen-Einbände mit Rückentiteln in gebleichter Goldprägung, dei beiden letzten Bänd abweichend in Hldr., Einbände teilweise beschabt oder Kanten bestoßen, einige Bände etwas braunfleckig auf einzelnen Seiten, Papier altersbedingt gebäunt - insgesamt guter Zustand Dazu: Exegetica opera latina. Curavit Chr. St. Th. Elsperger et J. C. Irmischer. Bde. 1-26 (von 28). Erlangen, Heyder, 1829-44.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lehmann-Dronke]
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        Plantes rare du jardin de Genève.


      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Erinnerungen aus Aegypten und Kleinasien. 3 Bände (komplett).

      Wien, Carl Armbruster`s Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1829-1831. Klein-8°. 17,0 cm. 4 Blatt, 399 Seiten, 3 gefaltete Tabellen, 4 Blatt, 337 Seiten und 4 Blatt, 322 Seiten, 3 Blatt Korrekturen, 5 gefaltete Tafeln im Anhang. Braune Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. Erste Ausgabe. Kainbacher (2016) Seite 366. Bibliotheksexemplare mit Stempeln des \"Hydrographischen Amtes S. M. Kriegsmarine\" auf Vortitel und Titel sowie rückseitig auf den Karten und blindgeprägter Zahl auf Rücken. Einbände wenig berieben. Gute, innen gute bis sehr gute Exemplare. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Erstausgabe / first edition; Forschungsreisen / expedition; Reisebeschreibungen / travelogue

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      Edinburgh Cadell and Co 1829-34 - 60 volumes. The first collected edition. With engraved frontispiece and vignette title page in each volume. 12mo (in sixes), contemporary half calf and marbled boards gilt lettered on spines, gilt decorated raised bands. A superb set in exquisite condition. UNHEARD OF IN THIS CONDITION. Sir Walter Scott remains one of Scotland's greatest men of letters. His influence was as far reaching as his works were commercially successful. His poetry earned him an offer of the laureateship, which he refused, and was considered quite original in style among the Romantics. Scott is best remembered however for his novels which were highly popular in his time and which were extremely influential to both his contemporaries and his literary posterity. He is generally accredited with establishing the form of the historical novel and, according to V.S. Pritchett, the modern short story. His works were as avidly imitated as they were read and his influence is especially recognizable in the works of Ainsworth and Bulwer-Lytton. This is a beautiful collection of all of Scott's great poems and novels. Including of course such classics as "The Lady of the Lake" and "Ivanhoe". The frontispieces and title pages in POETICAL WORKS are all after J. M. W. Turner. The simple and tasteful bindings are very handsome and in whole the set is highly unusual in this state of preservation and completeness. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA]
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        Poems Written in the Leisure Hours of a Journeyman Mason

      R. Carruthers, Inverness 1829 - 8vo. 1829. First (& only) edition. 268pp. Some sporadic foxing and light, uniform browning. Good in half maroon morocco. Small damage with loss to bottom of spine and corners otherwise good and sound. Images available on request. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Map of the County of Suffolk

      New York: David H. Burr, 1829. unbound. Three panel state atlas map. Copper plate engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 18.5" x 31.75" This striking map of Suffolk County of Long Island by David Burr dates to 1829 and is known to be one of the best depiction of eastern Long Island from the first half of the 19th century. It covers the easternmost county in New York State and depicts the towns by color coding. Includes Fire Island. Important topographical features are noted, including roads, ponds, churches, villages, mills, islands, inlets, bays, etc. The map is in good condition with minor wear along the original folds, reinforced on verso. Minor foxing. 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.

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        Journal of a Second Expedition Into the Interior of Africa, from the Bight of Benin to Soccatoo - By the Late Commander Clapperton, of the Royal Navy. To Which is Added, the Journal of Richard Lander from Kano to the Sea-Coast, Partly by a More (etc.)

      John Murray, London 1829 - FIRST ENGLISH EDITION of an important book. Complete with frontispiece & folding map. Full title as follows: "Journal of a Second Expedition Into the Interior of Africa, from the Bight of Benin to Soccatoo - By the Late Commander Clapperton, of the Royal Navy. To Which is Added, the Journal of Richard Lander from Kano to the Sea-Coast, Partly by a More Eastern Route. With a Portrait of Captain Clapperton, & a Map of the Route, Chiefly Laid Down From Actual Observations for Latitude & Longitude". TRUE FIRST EDITION. First published in the UK in 1829 by John Murray, London. The first US edition also appeared in 1829, published in Philadelphia by Carey, Lea and Carey. Includes both the FRONTISPIECE portrait engraving, PLUS large FOLDING MAP, as issued. The large folding map measures 48cm (high) x 60cm (wide). The portrait frontispiece is from a painting by Gildon Manton (the original hangs in the National Gallery of Scotland), & is engraved by notable English engraver & artist Thomas Lupton. Also contains the plate illustrating the course of the Kowara or Quarra preceding text, plus small illustration of the ground plan & author's house in Wawa (p.92). Hugh Clapperton (1788-1827) was a Scottish naval officer & explorer of West & Central Africa. He was the first European explorer in West Africa to return with a firsthand account of the region now known as northern Nigeria. Clapperton's discoveries led directly to the opening of sustained European contact with an important region of sub-Saharan Africa. He served in both the merchant fleet & the Royal Navy. On this second expedition Clapperton died of malaria & dysentery near Sokoto (Nigeria). His travelling companion, Richard Sander, was the only survivor, & returned with records of the expedition which were published in 1829 as this journal. A classic early narrative of exploration into the interior of Africa. Published posthumously, the book includes a 6-page biographical sketch of the explorer by his uncle, Lieutenant-Colonel S. Clapperton, as a preface. Pages 255-327 contains the Journal of Richard Lander, Servant to the Late Captain Clapperton. Includes detailed appendix at rear, which contains a list of Clapperton's Arabic papers translated by A.V. Salame, additional accounts, itinerary, vocabulary of the Yourriba tongue, meteorological table, & height of thermometer in Kano as observed by Richard Lander along with short weather observations. Large format volume. Printed in London by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars. Bound in early reinforced cloth-backed marbled boards, original contemporary leather spine laid down (with blind-embossed design within compartments), leather cover strips also laid down, gilt-lettered maroon leather label to spine, leather tips, marbled edges. The foldout map is complete & shows several large closed tears (mainly along folds, plus one long horizontal tear) & old professional tape repairs to rear, general wear & rubbing to boards, hinges professionally tape-repaired from inside, some mild foxing (mainly preliminaries), former owner's bookplate to front pastedown, spine darkened, otherwise overall a VERY GOOD nice clean tight solid complete copy. Internally all text is very fresh & clean. Full pagination as follows: endpaper, ffep, frontispiece, title page, xxiii (short sketch of the life of Clapperton, & introduction), contents, half-title, folding map, plate with course of the Kowara or Quarra, + 355pp (including appendices), rear endpaper. RARE FIRST EDITION. Size: 27.5 x 22cm [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fugitive Pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron: Containg and Entire New edition of The Hebrew Melodies, with the Addition of Several Never Before Published; the Whole illustrated with critical, historical, theatrical. Political, and theological Remarks, Notes, Anecdotes, interesting conversations, and Observations, made by that Illustrious Poet: Together with His Lordship's Autograph; also some Original Poetry, Letters and Recollections of Lady Caroline Lamb.


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        Waverley Novels [48 volumes complete]

      Cadell & Co with Simpkin and Marshall, 1829 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. a complete forty-eight volume set published between 1829 and 1833, 12mo, bound in half red morocco, raised bands to spine and ruled and lettered gilt, oscillating lines to bands, compartments with simple gilt design in repeat pattern, marbled paper covered boards, plain paper endpapers, corners lightly rubbed, some minor surface abrasions and scuffing, one gathering part pulled in volumes eleven and thirteen, a frontispiece and vignette title to each volume together excepting volumes one and forty-seven which lack the frontis and volume 35 which has a printed title only, although does have the frontispiece. A dedication plate to the King in volume one with a folding plan of Kenilworth Castle to volume twenty-three. The rear board of volume twelve has a vertical crack, sporadic foxing and some minor staining but overall a very good tightly bound handsome set. Owing to weight a request for additional postage might be made if ordered from certain overseas locations..

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        Fugitive Pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron: Containg and Entire New edition of The Hebrew Melodies, with the Addition of Several Never Before Published; the Whole illustrated with critical, historical, theatrical. Political, and theological Remarks, Notes, Anecdotes, interesting conversations, and Observations, made by that Illustrious Poet: Together with His Lordship's Autograph; also some Original Poetry, Letters and Recollections of Lady Caroline Lamb.

      - London, Printed for Whittaker, Treacher, and Co., 1829. 8vo. Original publisher's drab boards, rebacked; pp. xxvi, 196, 12 (advertisements), facsimile of a Byron letter in white on black on pages 144 to 146, wood-engraved rebus on p. 152, pages 161 to 164 with facsimile of a Caroline Lamb letter in white on black; only lightly toned, uncut; a very good complete copy with advertisements at the end and half-title Hebrew Melodies. Very rare first 'critical' and much enlarged and annotated edition of Byron's and Isaac Nathan's 1815 collaboration, the famous Hebrew Melodies ('She Walks in Beauty'), with much additional material. 'Douglas Kinnaird introduced the composer of Jewish-Polish descent to Lord Byron in 1814, 'which led to a friendship that lasted until the poet's death. In response to Kinnaird's suggestion, Byron wrote the Hebrew Melodies for Nathan to set to music, and subsequently Nathan bought the copyright of the work. He intended to publish the Melodies by subscription, and John Braham, on putting his name down for two copies, suggested that he should aid in their arrangement, and sing them in public. Accordingly the title-page of the first edition, published in 1815, stated that the music was newly arranged, harmonized, and revised by I. Nathan and J. Braham. But Braham's engagements did not allow him to share actively in the undertaking, and in later editions his name was withdrawn. The melodies were adaptations of ancient Jewish chants, and the songs were indeed first sung in London by Braham. Their success meant that they remained in print until 1861 and became the foundation and highlight of Nathan's English career. Other associates included Lady Caroline Lamb, who wrote verses for him to set to music, his pupil Princess Charlotte, and the court circles of George IV, to whom he was music librarian and possibly secret agent (New Grove). To support himself he not only wrote and taught, but also ran a music warehouse and publishing business, and even made a not entirely successful stage appearance as Bertram in Henry Bishop's Guy Mannering (1816) at Covent Garden. In 1829 Nathan edited and published Fugitive pieces . This publication brought him a wide reputation, but its success was not sufficient to keep him out of financial difficulties' (ODNB). The edition history of this important piece of 'Christian proto-Zionism' (Malcolm Miller) is rather complex. Isaac Nathan published the Hebrew Melodies . The Poetry written expressly for the work by the Right Honorable Lord Byron., together with his musical score in April 1815. John Murray, Byron's publisher, who had recently moved to the up-market address in Albermarle Street then published it without mentioning Isaac Nathan with a printrun of 6000, a good part of which later being issued as parts of collected poems or with other works by Byron, frequantly omitting half- or sectional titles. (See Michael Rosen, Lord Byron and the Hebrew Melodies, BBC Radio 4 March 24, 2016). Isaac Nathan wrote a History and Theory of Music (1823) and, after his emigration to Australia, where he experimented with transcribing Aboriginal music he composed the first Australian operas in the 1840s. One of his descendandants, Harry Nathan' is a claimant to the music of Waltzing Matilda. Wyse II, p. 93. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Münzen und Medaillen der Republiken, Städte, Ortschaften, Gymnasien etc. aus dem Mittelalter und der neueren Zeit - 4 Bände in 7 Büchern. Gesammelt u. beschrieben, das Repertoriums zur Münzkunde des Mittelalters und der neueren Zeit, mit Abbildungen.

      Wien, auf Kosten des Verfassers, 1829. Erstauflage, EA VIII, XII, IV, VIII, XXIV, 1112 Seiten 8°, Pappband zahllose Abbildungen - aufklappbare Kupferstichtafeln im Anhang, alle sieben Bücher guter Zustand Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Le règne animal distribué d'après son organisation, pour servir de base à l'histoire naturelle des animaux et d'introduction à l'anatomie comparée

      Paris, Déterville, 1829-1830, in-8, 5 volumes, 20 planches gravées sur cuivre au tome III, demi-basane verte, dos lisse et fileté, Rare. 20 planches gravées sur cuivre d'après Laurillard. Exemplaire enrichi d'une planche d'erpétologie ajoutée au tome II, provenant du Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles (Hippolyte Cloquet Planches, Seconde partie, Zoologie, erpétologie fossile : ichtyosaurus et plesiosaurus). Deuxième édition de cet ouvrage qui pose les fondements de l'anatomie comparée. Il est le fruit de tout une vie d'étude des animaux vivants et fossiles. La première édition fut publiée en 1817, chez le même éditeur. Pierre Latreille collabora avec Cuvier à la classification des crustacés, arachnides et insectes. Grâce à l'importance et la qualité de son travail d'observation, de description et de classification en histoire naturelle, Cuvier pose les bases d'une science systématique en Anatomie Comparée. Pour la première fois, on applique une telle méthode d'analyse et de comparaison à l'ensemble du règne animal. Sa classification du monde animal, qui se divise en articulés, vertébrés, mollusques et radiaires, repose sur l'idée que les critères anatomiques et physiologiques des animaux étaient dus à leur fonction et habitats et non l'inverse. Cachet annulé de l'institut catholique de Paris. Dos épidermés. Nissen, 1013. Wood, p. 307.

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        A Dictionary, Persian, Arabic and English; with a Dissertation on the Languages, Literature, and Manners of Eastern Nations ... Revised and Improved by Charles Wilkins ... A New Edition, Considerably Enlarged, by Francis Johnson.


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        Autograph letter draft.

      N. p., [c. 1829]. - 4to 1 1/3 pp. Apparently to actor and composer Johann Nepomuk Nowakowski (1796-1865), on a planned staging of his famous play "Das Mädchen aus der Feenwelt, oder der Bauer als Millionär" in Poland. - Besides his stage career, actor and composer J. N. Nowakowski wrote musical scores for plays and made the Polish arrangement for Offenbach's "Le mariage aux lanternes". - Some tiny holes through ink corrosion.

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        8 eigenh. Briefe mit U.

      Carlsbad und Weimar, 1829. - Zusammen 13 SS. auf 13 Bll. 4to. Meist mit eh. Adresse (Faltbriefe). Inhaltsreiche Korrespondenz mit seinem ihm freundschaftlich verbundenen Verleger Tobias Haslinger über Verlags- und Vertragsangelegenheiten betr. seiner Klavierschule ("Von Farrenc [d. i. sein Pariser Verleger] höre ich kein Wort; - vom Engländer erhielt ich vor einigen Tagen die Correctur", 22. I.), mit Dank für eine Lebensmittelsendung ("Mitten in meinem Jammer kommen zum Glück die steyrischen Kapaune ganz wohlbehalten an, und sie haben mir wieder Stärkung gegeben und waren ganz delicat; ich danke Ihnen recht sehr für diesen haut gout", 7. II.), mit einer Empfehlung für die junge Pianistin Caroline Perthaler (9. III., mit deren montierter Visitenkarte), mit der Bitte, ihm doch unverzüglich das Mozartsche Konzert für zwei Klaviere in Es-Dur zukommen zu lassen, da er es "sehr nöthig und dringend" brauche (16. VII.; mit einer kleinen Notenskizze daraus), mit der Mitteilung, daß er "seit 3 Monaten sehr fleißig" gewesen sei und "bereits 4 Manuscripte liegen habe; nähmlich: das Conzert in As dur; ein Septett militair; eine fantasie mit Orchestre-Begleitung [sic]; ein Gesellschaft[s] Rondo brillant; und Mehrere Kleinigkeiten werden noch bis dahin [d. i. seine geplante Reise über Paris nach London] fertig" (15. XII.), und mit einer launigen Schelte: "Es ist recht edel von Ihnen daß Sie die ganze Schuld des Nichtkommens nach Weimar auf Ihre Schultern allein geladen haben; allein hinterm Berge wohnen auch noch Leute die solche Pfiffe weg haben und wohl wißen, wo der Hase im Pfeffer sitzt. Ja, ja, wenn der Stephansthurm in Weimar gestanden und Herrn Müller's Korpus in Baumwolle dahin hätte transportirt werden können, so hätte man vielleicht das Glük [sic] gehabt, die commoden Hrn. Wiener bei sich zu sehen, aber so - - - blieben sie weg. - Ist das erlaubt, das ganze liebe Eßen, die schöne Gabe Gottes 3 Stunden lange versieden und verbraten zu laßen und dennoch nicht nur an dem besprochenen Tag, sondern gar nicht zu kommen; aber wartet nur Ihr lieben Herrn, wenn Ihr mich einmal nach Eurer vollkommenen Bequemlichkeit in Weimar besucht, so sollt Ihr dafür büßen und auf das Allerschlechteste aufgenommen und bedient werden; Strafe muß seyn!!! - Auch meine Frau war [.] so böse, daß sie gar nichts von Ihnen wißen wollte; - doch nun bin ich mit der Strafpredigt fertig [.]" (5. VII.). - "[.] Nun eine Bitte! Der Intendant hat mir aufgetragen an Sie zu schreiben und mich wegen der jungen Grünbaum [d. i. die Sängerin Caroline Grünbaum, 1814-1868] zu erkundigen; Sie hatten mir damals über diesen Punkt meines Briefes nichts mehr gemeldet, ob sie [d. i. wohl deren Mutter] uns die Tochter wohl anvertrauen möchte. Hier würde sie offenbar viel mehr geschont seyn als auf jedem andern Theater, da wir nur einmal die Woche Oper haben; auch würde sie hier in Hinsicht ihrer Bildung nur gewinnen können. Wie alt ist sie? wie ist ihre äußere Gesichtsbildung und Gestalt? [.]", 29. III.). - Unveröffentlicht.

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        La medicina sin su médico, o manual de salud, para precaver y curar las enfermedades sin asistencia ajena. Expurgada y traducida en español con la noticia de los medicamentos que en ella se prescriben

      Imp. López, Valencia 1829 - 12º, 1 retrato, XIV p., 372p. Mancha de humedad en el retrato del autor. Pergamino romana, lomo con letras rotuladas. Manual médico, que después de exponer los síntomas, variedades y causas de las enfermedades, presenta un cuadro de fisiología patológica para designar el sitio de cada una de ellas, y recomienda la mejor manera de curarlas sin necesidad de acudir al médico.

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        Die Sterne, von Leitner. Jaegers Liebeslied, von Schober. Wanderers Nachtlied, von Göthe. Und Fischerweise, von Schlechta. In Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte. Op. 96.

      Wien, Ant. Diabelli und Comp. [ca 1829]. - Späterer Abzug der Erstausgabe, wohl nach 1828. - Deutsch 939,909,768,881; Hirsch IV,575; Deutsch, Goethe 96c. 23 x 33 cm. Gest. Titel, 17 S., Pl. Nr. 3160. Neuere Broschur mit Leinenrücken. Schöner, klarer Druck. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Das deutsche evangelische Kirchenlied des 17. Jahrhunderts. [Von Albert Fischer]. Vollendet und herausgegeben von W. Tümpel. Bände 1-6. - Reprintausgabe.

      VII, (1), 517, (1), VII, (1), 528 VI, 507, (1) VI, 556 IV, 588 VIII, 278 Seiten. 8 (17,5 - 22,5 cm). Orig.-Leinenbände mit goldgeprägten Titeln auf Deckeln und Rücken. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Albert Fischer (1829-1896) war ein evangelischer Pfarrer und Hymnologe. Zu seinen bedeutendsten Werken gehören zwei Lexika, die für Hymnologen, auch international, noch heute zu den Standardwerken gehören. Das zweibändige Kirchenliederlexikon enthält Nachweise über ca. 4.500 der wichtigsten Kirchenlieder und der Liederdichter, wobei Fischer die Lieder aus 73.000 ausgewählt hatte. Darüber hinaus arbeitete Fischer an einer sechsbändigen Enzyklopädie "Das deutsche evangelische Kirchenlied des 17. Jahrhunderts". Hier wollte er die Geschichte des deutschen Kirchenlieds zwischen 1570 und 1750 darstellen. Bei seinem Tod hinterließ er geordnetes Material für die Zeit von 1570 bis 1680. Sein Nachfolger, Wilhelm Tümpel, gab das Werk für diesen Zeitraum dann heraus." (Quelle: Wikipedia) - In Frakturschrift gedruckt. - Ausgeschiedene Bibliotheksexemplare (ex-library copies) mit Rückensignaturen, Inventarnummern und Stempeln auf den Schnitten und den Rückseiten der Titelblättern sowie wenigen Seiten. - Einbände leicht berieben. Buchrücken schwach ausgeblichen. Kopfschnitte leicht stockfleckig. - Insgesamt sauberes und gutes Exemplar.

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        Recuerdos sobre la rebelion de Caracas.

      Madrid, Leon Amarita, 1829. - Madrid, Leon Amarita, 1829. 8vo. 407 + [1 blank]p. Vignette on title. With author’s autograph signature at end of text. 19th century sprinkled sheep; spine gilt with morocco title label. First edition of this controversial eye-witness account of the early stages of the Venezuelan revolution by an outspoken intellectual opponent who condemns the actions of his former colleagues and friends. Diaz (1772-1834,a mulatto foundling, was a distinguished surgeon responsible for the introduction of smallpox vaccination in Venezuela, and inspector of Caracas hospitals; he was also an influential journalist acting as co-editor of the Semanario de Caracas. In 1813 he was forced to flee on the arrival of Simon Bolivar (1783-1830), the leader of the rising which began at Caracas in 1810 and developed into a protracted merciless war of extermination. The controversial anti-patriot book is valued for its authentic documentation of the events described and its critical observations of Bolívar whom Diaz considered an atheist. A previous owner wrote the author's name in blue pencil on the title page which is toned in places; otherwise the book is in good condition. Leclerc 1465; Palau 72159; Sabin 19967 (unseen). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Coton). Rapport de la Commission Libre nommee par les Manufacturiers et Negocians de Paris. Paris.

      Imp. de Selligue 1829 - First Edition. 8vo, ix, 238pp, contemporary full calf [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        \" Die Lehre von den Augenoperationen - Ein Handbuch für angehende Aerzte und Wundärzte - Erstausgabe von 1829 \"

      Verlag Schüppel`sche Buchhandlung Berlin Erscheinungsjahr 1829 Format 8° - Erste Ausgabe - , XXVI S. + 898 Seiten + 4 gefaltete lithografische Tafeln mit 54 Abbildungen , Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Rückenschild, Rückentitel und goldenen Rückenverzierungen, gering berieben und unfrisch, auf dem vorderen Einbanddeckel zwei kleine abgeriebene Stellen, Erhaltung 2 + = Johann Christian Jüngken (1794 -1875, Quelle Wikipedia ),Seltene erste Ausgabe der ersten deutschsprachigen Lehre von den Augenoperationen! = Versand D: 5,00 EUR Augen

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        Travels on the continent, Sicily and the Lipari Islands. Second edition.

      London, Longman, Rees, Orme, and Co., 1829. Large 8vo (26.8 x 17.2 cm). x, 494, [ii] pp.; 21 fine engraved plates, and 34 text engravings. Contemporary grained half morocco over marbled boards. Spine with five raised, stipple-gilted bands; compartments with gilt vignettes and a brown morocco label with gilt title.= The author, Richard Duppa (1770-1831), was an English writer (of, for instance, "The Life of Michel Angelo Buonarroti with his poetry and letters"), archaeologist, botanist ("The classes and orders of the Linnaean System of Botany. Illustrated by select specimens of foreign and indigenous plants"), and illustrator. This work is the illustrated narrative of his voyage through France, Switzerland, and -mostly- Italy. In the preface Duppa wrote "...the author has taken some pain to be correct in his facts and has never indulged his imagination". Indeed, his observations are detailed and correct. He even lists the travel hours and distances of each leg. Another notable feature is the author's interest in handwritings. Several plates show facsimiles of autographs and other writings. The work contains two indexes to the illustrations, namely one of the woodcuts and one of the engravings. The fine, very detailed engravings are not all on separate plates, but also present on text pages. For the appendix, Duppa lists five plates; however, there are six. There is no "first" edition of this title; this is a re-edited and very much expanded version of the author's "Miscellaneous observations on the Continent" (214 pp., 1825), which contained only the voyage through France and Switzerland. "Travels on the Continent" includes the Italian part - making up most of both the text and the illustrations. Plate numbering is odd: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, I-VI. Uncut. Blindstamp in the top margin of the title page; a vague number stamp on the dedication page. Front hinge a bit weak; otherwise a very good copy. Rare.

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        Comments on corpulency, lineaments of leanness . . .

      London: John Ebers, 1829. First edition. [8], 170, [2]pp. 7 plates (incl. frontispiece). 199 x 123 mm. Original cloth, remnants of paper spine label, a little worn, one signature starting. First edition of this title, representing an expanded version of Wadd's "Cursory Remarks on Corpulence" (1810 and later eds.). Includes a section on the dangers of excessive leanness, and a section containing dietary advice. The illustrations for this work were drawn and engraved by Wadd, and "remind one of Cruikshank" (Dictionary of National Biography).

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        [NATURAL HISTORY; KANGAROO; EMU; COCKATOO] The Tower Menagerie :

      comprising the Natural History of the Animals contained in that Establishment; with Anecdotes of their Characters and History. London : Robert Jennings, 1829. First edition. Octavo, original quarter bound green morocco over plain boards (lightly marked), spine with gilt lettering, xviii, 241 pp, illustrated. A good copy. A fascinating early nineteenth publication which serves as a guide book to the collection of exotic animals kept at the menagerie of the Tower of London, one of the earliest public zoos. Each animal is accorded an engraved illustration and a short essay. Included are the relatively recently discovered Australian animals theKanguroo, Yellow-crested Cockatoo and New Holland Emeu, which apparently adapted to the London environment well enough to thrive and reproduce. In 1832 the Menagerie was closed and the animals were relocated to Regent's Park.Not in Ferguson.

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        Sammelband mit 8 in Kupfer gestochenen Kompositionen. (vor 1837)

      Enthält: 1. Grand septuor: pour le pianoforte seul ou avec accompagnement d'une flûte, violon et violoncelle. Arr.. par J. N. Hummel. Leipzig: Peters, [1829]. 31 S. Pl.-Nr.: 1983. Propriete de 1. Editeur.// 2. Deux sonates pour le piano-forte op. 27, Nr. 2. Berlin Trautwein, Notendruck 16 S., ca. 1811. // 3. Sonaten, Fantasien und Variationen für das Pianoforte. op. 101 Gr. Sonate in Adur A-Dur (d. Freyin D. Erdmann gew.). Hannover, Bachmann. // 4. Grosse Sonate für das Hammer-Klavier op. 106 Wien Artaria [vor 1830], 59 S., Platte 2588 // 5. Sonate in As-dur für das Piano-Forte, 110. Werk. Wien: Haslinger, [ca. 1832] I. No 29. 17 S. // 6. Trois trios pour le pianoforte, violon et violoncelle. Nur Trio 2. Nouvelle Edition. Leipzig: Peters, [ca. 1829] S. 20-41. Pl.-Nr.: 2240 // 7. Sinfonies. Arr. pour piano seul par J. N. Hummel. 5. Sinfonie Op. 67, Mayence [u.a.] Schott [ca. 1827] 35 S. Platte 2625 // 8. Sinfonies. Arr. pour piano seul par J. N. Hummel. 2. Sinfonie Op. 36, en Re (Ddur). Mayence [u.a.] Schott [ca. 1827] 34 S. Platte 2413.

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        [Mandements, etc.].

      L'Imprimerie de Dejussieu, 1829. A substantial gathering of printed pieces by and connected to the Bishop of Autun (1797-1851) -- what appears to be => all of his official correspondence with his diocese and with various other clergymen from the time of his appointment through his death, as well as some of the letters from others to which he responded. While the first piece in the first volume was printed in Paris by Adrien le Clere & Cie., D'Héricourt subsequently used => his own designated local printer, and many of these pieces are attractively worked up with engraved headpieces, titles in decorative typefaces, and the Bishop's coat of arms vignette. Most of the pieces are in French, with four in Latin; the final few items deal with the bishop's death and the subsequent vacancy of the see. Altogether, there are dozens of pastoral letters gathered here, over 40 mandements, and a handful of circulars; also present are instructions for catechisms and first communion, and a call for public prayer "pour l'entière cessation du choléra-morbus" (1832). Given the nature of these publications and that they were printed not in Paris or another large printing center, it is clear why all are scarce, even in France. => Truly a remarkable compendium of church history during the French Restoration, July Monarchy, and Second Republic.

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        Zauber-Theater und geographische Weltbühne. (Unterzeichner:) Thieme, Mechanikus aus Leipzig.

      (München), 19. - 21. Juni 1829. Plakat mit typographischem Text im Rahmen. Blattgr.: 46 x 36,5 cm. Johann Friedrich Gottlob Thieme aus Frohburg bei Leipzig zeigte zuerst \"Der Bayern Treue für Fürst und Vaterland, Erstürmung des rothen Thurmes an der Isarbrücke\", darauf \"Constantinopel mit dem Hellespont\", jeweils ausgeführt mit seinen mechanischen Figuren. Zum Beschluss: \"Automaten und Metamorphosen. Der höllische Furien-Tanz in einem Feuer-Meer\". Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Des bains d'air comprimé. Court aperçu de leurs effets physiologiques et thérapeutiques précédé d'une description de l'établissement médico-pneumatique de Stockholm.Stockholm, P.A. Norstedt & Söner, 1867. 8vo. With 1 double-page lithographed plate and 1 mounted illustration, (possibly an original photograph of a lithograph), 1 illustration in text. Publisher's original grey wrappers with illustration on front wrapper.

      - Waller 8448; WorldCat (5 copies); for Sandahl: Nordisk Familjebok, uggleupplagan 24, col. 634. Scarce first and only edition of a work on therapeutical compressed air baths, known as hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Written by the Swedish medical researcher Oskar Theodor Sandahl (1829-1894), who helped erect a hyperbaric chamber in Stockholm on the initiative of professor Anders Retzius. Sandahl gives a detailed description of the chambers in Stockholm and their use, a bibliography with ca. 30 titles on the subject, and discusses the effects of the inhalation and the treatment of various disorders, including emphysema and asthma. Illustrated with empirical tables and a detailed view of a hyperbaric chamber.With a presentation inscription from Jon Fattaren(?) to Doctor Otto Witt on the wrapper. Foxed, primarily in the margins and on the first two pages, but otherwise in good condition. With a few pencil notes in the text. Wrappers with some spots and a few minor tears. Scarce work on 19th-century hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Stockholm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Waverley Novels [48 volumes complete]

      Cadell & Co with Simpkin and Marshall, 1829, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. a complete forty-eight volume set published between 1829 and 1833, 12mo, bound in half red morocco, raised bands to spine and ruled and lettered gilt, oscillating lines to bands, compartments with simple gilt design in repeat pattern, marbled paper covered boards, plain paper endpapers, corners lightly rubbed, some minor surface abrasions and scuffing, one gathering part pulled in volumes eleven and thirteen, a frontispiece and vignette title to each volume together excepting volumes one and forty-seven which lack the frontis and volume 35 which has a printed title only, although does have the frontispiece. A dedication plate to the King in volume one with a folding plan of Kenilworth Castle to volume twenty-three. The rear board of volume twelve has a vertical crack, sporadic foxing and some minor staining but overall a very good tightly bound handsome set. Owing to weight a request for additional postage might be made if ordered from certain overseas locations, Book

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        Il Vaticano 8 volume set

      Roma, Tip. della Societa editrice, 1829-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. 8 volume set. Folios, 46 cm. Bound in contemporary quarter vellum over marbled boards, gilt, red and black spine labels. Moderate wear and rubbing to boards, soiling to spines, lacking spine labels. Chipping and splitting to joints. 304 p.; 294 p; 280 p.; 279 p.; 230 p.; 188 p; 128 p; 170 p.; 846 plates of 850. Bookplates. Lacking fours plates. Foxing, heavy at times, affecting engravings. Brunet IV, p. 677. <br> This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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      Edinburgh: Cadell & Co. Edinburgh & Simpkin & Marshall, London. Very Good. 1829. First Edition. Hardcover. Complete in three volumes. Embossed full leather with gilt decorated raised bands; Single gilt ruled border ; Gilt dentelles. Marbled endpaper and page edges. Large hand colored folding map of America and Canada which has some tears along folds. Rear of vol 3 has fold out sheet containing statistical information on U. S population, revenues, etc.. [ vi, ii, 421pp] [ii, 432pp] [viii, 436pp] Texts interiors are tight, clean & intact. Basil Hall (1788-1844) , British Naval Captain toured major cities of eastern & southern states. His criticism of American life in areas such as slavery, education, conduct of government, alcohol consumption , etc. elicited much indignation in the U.S.. Americana; Map & Tables; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1289 pages .

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      - 1829-1832 Jose Torner, Barcelona Obra completa. 234; 330; 309; 346; 365; 491; 567; 536 pg. 24x18 cm. Enc. PLENA PIEL . 27x18 cm. Rozado. Interior con alguna mancha de óxido. ( obra completa enquadernada en 5 volums.) Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. (Catalunya) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Edinburgh and London. Robert Cadell. 1829-1833 - 48 volumes octavo 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches, COMPLETE. Illustrated with engraved frontispieces and vignette titles. VERY HANDSOMELY LEATHER BOUND IN FULL PERIOD MOROCCO WITH ORNATE GILT SPINES OF THISTLES AND LION RAMPANT- boards with ornate gilt armorial believed to be the arms of Walter Scott- see photos. Very minor occasional rubbing but a lovely set of the first collected edition. The two definitive editions are the 48-volume set published between 1829 and 1833 by Robert Cadell (the "Magnum Opus"), based on previous editions, with new introductions and appendices by Scott, and the 30-volume set, based on manuscripts, published by the Edinburgh University Press and Columbia University Press in the 1990s. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Del vino. sua fabbricazione. conser-vazione e degenerazioni. Trattato teorico-pratico.

      1829. presso il negozio di libri di A.F. Stella e figli per conto dell'Edit. (tip. Bizzone). 16°. pp.(2) 323-1 b.. manca l'occh. + 5 tavv. f.t (di cui 4 ripieg.) inc. in rame con 43 figure di strumenti per la lavorazione del vino. fino al "cavaturaccioli a macchina". dettagliatamente descritto nel testo (p.284). Bella p. pelle coeva. cornici floreali oro ai piatti. ricchi fregi e tit. oro al dor. Contiene: Coltivazione delle viti (Terreno. esposizione. clima; Scelta delle viti; Piantagione;...); Vendemmia (Maturità delle uve; Raccolta); Fabbricazione del vino (Qualità intrinseche delle uve; Preparazione delle uve al fermento; Locali e vasi di fermentazione; Fermentazione vinosa; Metodi vari di vinificazione; Gas acido carbonico; Svinatura; Strettoi; Vini spumanti. economici. bianchi); Conservazione dei vini (Locali; Utensili; Pratiche); Vini di lusso (Vini di prima e seconda specie; Bottiglie;Turaccioli; Macchine per turar bottiglie; Imbottigliamento de'vini; Macchine per sturar bottiglie); Degenerazione del vino (Acetosità; Guasto); Prodotti vari del vino e dell'uva (Aceto; Acquavite; Tartaro; Verderame; Siropo d'uva). [Niccoli p.516. Olschki Choix 7229. Paleari p.438 questa come ed. orig. Pazzini p.449: "Visse a Magenta... inventò una pigiatrice. sulla quale si modellarono tutte quelle fabbricate nell'800. Nel 1824 l'invenzione fu premiata con medaglia d'argento". Sormanni. Catal. ragionato delle op. di viticult. e enol. p.75 l'ediz. 1834: "La 1° ed. venne pur fatta in Milano. Fu il Lomeni agronomo molto dotto e stimato e i di lui lavori si leggono ancora oggi con interesse"].

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        The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Islington in the County of Middlesex

      London: T.Lester, 1829. Also including biographical sketches of the most eminent and remarkable inhabitants with some account of several objects of interest in the adjoining parishes.ii, 357pp + index 18. Twenty three copper engravings, one being a linen backed folding survey of the roads and footpaths of Islington drawn in 1735. Some coded ink marginalia and small closed tears to two of the plates. Three quarter calf with marbled boards, recently rebacked with original spine relaid.. Third Edition. Three-Quarter Calf. Very Good. 210x140mm.

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        Anatomie de différentes espèces d'insectes.

      - Paris, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 1829-1832. 4to (27.7 x 21.0 cm). 603 pp. with 54 engraved plates. Contemporary dark blue half calf with gilt title on spine. Marbled endpapers.= Rare first issue of the later published "Recherches sur l'anatomie et les métamorphoses de différentes espèces d'insectes, ouvrage posthume publié par W. de Haan" (1832). It deals with Isoptera, Lepidoptera, etc. Page and plate numbering is as follows: part I (1828) pp. 233-312, plates 9-15; part II: pp. 379-464, pls. 19-24; part III: pp. 57-131, pls 6-10; part IV: pp. 341-459, pls. 24-39; part VI: 1-241, pls. 1-20. The following plates, however, are double numbered (indicating these are offprints): 1-7, 8-13, 14-18, 19-24 [25-34], [35-54]. We checked against the footnote in Nissen ("Die Numerierung d. Taf. z. T. falsch"), and only five parts were published, those being parts 1-4, 6 (no part 5 was published). One plate a bit spotted, one lacking a small strip of paper on the outer margin, one plate showing a species of Hippocampus, which is peculiar. No title page issued as this originates from volumes 18 to 20 of the famous "Mémoires du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle". In all a very good, complete copy. Horn-Schenkling, 14274; Nissen ZBI, 2619. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Hobart Town Gazette (complete run of issues for the year 1829)

      Hobart : James Ross, Government Printer, 1829. A complete run of 50 issues for the year 1829: vol. XIV, no. 660, January 3, 1829 - vol. XIV, no. 709, December 26, 1829. Large quarto, bound in contemporary blue-papered boards with manuscript dates to front and spine; most issues [4] pp; some issues with supplement (Government and General Orders); numerous issues annotated with the subscriber's name Rev. William Garrard; most issues bearing the official 2d newspaper duty stamp in orange; inevitable browning and light foxing, but a very good run, complete, as issued, in a characterful contemporary binding. The Hobart Town Gazette, and Southern Reporter (later simply known as the Hobart Town Gazette) commenced publication in June, 1816, and was issued weekly, appearing every Saturday. James Ross arrived in Hobart from Scotland as a free settler in December 1822, and was granted 1000 acres of land on the River Shannon. After founding a school near Hobart and acting as tutor to Governor Arthur's children, Ross was appointed joint Government Printer with George Howe and from June 1825 he and Howe published the Gazette together, until Ross took over sole printing duties in February 1827. This complete run of issues of the Gazette for the year 1829 contains a vast amount of information on the development of Hobart and its society of the period.

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