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2019-09-18 17:23:57
Skillman, John B.
New York: printed by Ludwig & Tolefree, corner of Greenwich & Vesey, 1830. Frontispiece and engraved illustrations in text. 151 pp. Half-title. 8vo. Original linen backed boards. Boards and spine worn, upper cover detached, spine label chipped; light scattered foxing but largely clean internally. Frontispiece and engraved illustrations in text. 151 pp. Half-title. 8vo. A compilation of anecdotes and dialogues sourced from New York City police registers in the late 1820s, presented as comic, featuring prostitutes, drunks, street hoodlums, pickpockets, robbery victims, etc. Illustrated. Cohen 1555; Cooper 3498; Sabin 81589; Shoemaker 3498
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2019-09-18 06:33:13
Wingfield, Watkin (1803-1886)
Very Good. N.d., circa 1830s or 40s. Oblong 4to. 24 by 30 cm. Unpaginated, with 20 pages, mostly rectos, with mounted humorous illustrations done in either bright watercolor or pen-and-ink, for a total of 22 illustrations, twelve of which are watercolors, not counting one unfinished color illustration. Action scenes abound -- in one, you see an European captive appearing to beg for his life as a louche Arab nabob is cosseted in the shade; another shows a horseman fleeing in the night, accompanied or chased by two fierce dogs and an owl; a third depicts a horseman on a horse rearing up at the edge of a big drop to a lake, with a devilish figure seeming to egg the man on; a fourth shows witches burning a baby in a cave. The artist was not above punning, as in one painting captioned: "How to give a ball without trouble or expense", the picture depicting the shooting of one horseman by another. We especially like a painting of a "horrible nightmare", which portrays various incubi surrounding the anxious sleeper. Several of the pictures relate to one another, as with two captioned "The model of a wife", which are about the painting of a young woman. The pen-and-ink drawings may lack color, but they are equally well executed and are of a piece with the watercolored drawings.
Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB [West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.]
2019-09-13 19:26:07
1830. BURCKHARDT, JOHANN LUDWIG (1784-1817). Notes on the Bedouins and Wahabys, Collected During His Travels in the East, by the Late John Lewis Burckhardt. Published by Authority of the Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior of Africa. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830. First edition of the posthumously published work on Swiss explorer Burckhardt's travels through the deserts of Arabia among the desert nomads. Burckhardt was the first European to visit Mecca (disguised as a Muslim) and participate in its religious ceremonies. His keen eye for observation records abundant information on every imaginable aspect of desert nomad life, including the differences between the many tribes, the history of the region, etc. Previous books by Burckhardt include his travels to Mecca and Medina, and to Syria and the Holy Land. This work was published both as a large one-volume quarto and a smaller two-volume octavo set. Our Quarto edition is beautifully printed, with occasional small sketches in the text and Arabic words. The preface to the work is written by the British Orientalist William Ouseley (1767-1842). The book is divided into two parts, each with a separate dividing title. The first part is entitled: "Account of the Bedouin Tribes"; the second part is entitled "Materials for a History of the Wahabys."4to (28 x 22cm), frontispiece map, title-page, ix, 439pp. Lacking half-title. Small corner stain to map; interior very clean and fresh. A few very small pencil marks to the first few pages. Bound in half calf over boards, new endpapers, corners rubbed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Zinos Books (npzinos) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-09-13 12:22:24
CAUCHY, Augustin-Louis
Chez de Bure frères, Paris. Important Sammelband on light and astronomy, including Cauchy's 1830 Memoir on dispersion: CAUCHY, Augustin-Louis. Mémoire sur la dispersion de la lumière, Paris: Chez de Bure frères, 1830. 4to (257 x 204mm). [2], 24 pp. [Bound with:] II. STEVENSON, Alan. Observations on the Application of Catadioptric Zones to Lights of the First Order in the System of Fresnel. Edinburgh: Neill & Co., 1840, 12, [4] pp., 1 plate. One engraved plate (slight marginal browning). [Bound with:] III. HERSCHEL, William. Observations of a Second Comet, with remarks on its construction. Extract from Philosphical Transactions, [London, 1812, Vol. 102], pp.229-237. [Bound with:] IV. HERSCHEL, William. Experiments for Ascertaining how far Telescopes will enable us to determine very small angles, and to distinguish the real from the Spurious Diameter of celestial and terrestrial Objects. Extract from Philosphical Transactions, [London, 1805, Vol. 95], pp. 31-64. Lacking plate. [Bound with:] V. CAVENDISH, Henry. Experiments to Determine the Density of the Earth. Extract from Philosophical Transactions. [London, 1798, Vol. 88], 469-526, 2 folding engraved plates (slightly foxed). [Bound with:] VI. DOWNES, Olinthus Gregory. On the Physical Constitution of Comets. London: C. & E. Layton, 1860. [4], 45 [1] pp, half-title, 3 lithographed plates. [Bound with:] VII. FORBES, James D. Bakerian Lecture - On the Transparency of the Atmosphere and the Law of Extinction of the Solar Rays in passing through it. Extract from Philosophical Transactions. [London, 1842], pp. 225-273 [1], 9 plat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2019-09-13 08:54:40
Pissarro, Camille (1830-1903)
Pissarro, Camille (1830-1903) - autograph letter signed - Danish-French Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist painter. Autograph letter signed "C. Pissarro". 1p., 4.5 x 5.75 inch, Paris, 1902 March 15, address and stamp on back. To his eye specialist Daniel Parenteau in Paris about his health. In French: ".Il y a un mieux sensible dans mon état. Il n y avait pas de pus ce matin, encore un peu de rouge, un filet, je me suis injecté à l eau boriquée et cauthérisé, je pense qu il est inutile que j affronte le grand vent pour me rendre chez vous ." Fold in the middle, else fine condition. COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY BY ANDREAS WIEMER HISTORICAL AUTOGRAPHS. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Andreas Wiemer Historical Autographs [Kelkheim, Germany]
2019-09-13 01:39:30
Hurricane, Utah: Blake, 1830. PRESENTED TODAY FOR YOU CONSIDERATION AND DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF THE PIONEER LIFE OF JACOB HAMBLIN, IS A WONDERFUL COLLECTION, A SET, OF HAND CRAFTED VOLUMES THAT RECREATE 4 OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER AND DESIRED WORKS IN THE WORLD OF THE DEVOUT LATTER-DAY-SAINT: CREATED FOR YOUR ENRICHMENT, ENJOYMENT AND ENLIGHTENMENT THEY ARE: #1) THE 1830 FIRST EDITION OF THE BOOK OF MORMON, BY JOSEPH SMITH JR. AUTHOR AND PROPRIETOR, PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR IN PALMYRA NY, E.B. GRANDIN 1830 588 PAGES CREATED BY ONE OF THE MOST DEDICATED AND INSPIRED LDS ARTISTS IN THE WORLD AND AS THE REVERED PIONEER, BROTHER HAMBLIN, MIGHT HAVE OWNED HIMSELF. IT IS VERY SIMPLY, A TREASURE. #2) DOCTRINE AND COVENANTS OF THE CHURCH OF THE LATTER DAY SAINTS: CAREFULLY SELECTED FROM THE REVELATIONS OF GOD, COMPILED BY JOSEPH SMITH JUNIOR, OLIVER COWDERY, SIDNEY RIGDON, FREDERICK G. WILLIAMS, 1835 PRINTED BY F. G. WILLIAMS AND CO. #3) A BOOK OF COMMANDMENTS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST, ORGANIZED ACCORDING TO LAW, ON THE 6TH OF APRIL, 1830, ZION PUBLISHED BY W.W. PHELPS AND COMPANY 1833 (THIS VOLUME IS EXTREMELY HARD TO FIND) #4 A COLLECTION OF SACRED HYMNS FOR THE CHURCH OF THE LATTER DAY SAINTS SELECTED BY EMMA SMITH, PUBLISHED KIRTLAND OHIO BY F. G. WILLIAMS AND CO. 1835 LEATHER COVER DETAILS ON THE 1830 BOOK OF MORMON MANUSCRIPT: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, Upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi. . . . By Joseph Smith, Junior, Author and Proprietor. Palmyra [NY]: Printed by E. B. Grandin, for the Author., 1830. LOOKS AUTHENTIC! FEELS AUTHENTIC … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lauriroo_2 [St. George, Utah, US]
2019-09-11 20:11:24
1830. Schubert, Franz: Die schöne Müllerin. Ein Cyclus von Liedern gedichtet von Wilh. Müller. In Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Piano-Forte Begleitung und dem Hn. Carl Freyherrn von Schönstein gewidmet von Franz Schubert. 25tes Werk. Wien, Ant. Diabelli & Comp., PlNr. 3525-29 (um 1830) Hefte 1-5, Quertquart, 14,19,15,19 und 15 S., in neuem HLn mit marmoriertem Papier zusammengebunden, mit handschriftlichen Heftnummerierungen und Preisangaben, Besitzervermerken und teilweise Feuchtigkeits- und Gebrauchsspuren, gutes Exemplar. Siehe Abbildungen!
Bookseller: zeughausse [Jena, DE]
2019-09-09 20:56:16
DESBORDES-VALMORE (Marceline)
Paris: 1830. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 DESBORDES-VALMORE (Marceline) - Poésies - 1830 1830 42581 DESBORDES-VALMORE (Marceline) A. Boulland - 1830 Reliure postérieure demi-maroquin long grain vert à petits coins. Dos à nerfs orné de filets et de poin- tillés dorés. Tête dorée. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée GODILLOT.
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, FR]
2019-09-09 16:13:13
(Furniture Brasses) Harcourt, R., & Sons
Birmingham, 1830. 163 engraved plates (irregularly numbered 1 to 278). 1 vols. Oblong 4to (13 x 9 inches). Quarter brown leather and boards, with the same printed index B-W on front and back pastedowns. worn. 163 engraved plates (irregularly numbered 1 to 278). 1 vols. Oblong 4to (13 x 9 inches). Rare engraved early nineteenth century brassfounder's trade catalogue with the manufacturer's name given (usually not noted in such a work). While the actual catalogue appears to be ca. 1820-1830, some of the actual copper plates would appear to have been engraved somewhat earlier, ca. 1800-1810 Plates present : 1,11, 17, 19, 26, 29, 31, 33, 37. 39, 41, 47, 59, 65, 66, 74, 75, 79,80, 84, 86, 90, 98,99, 101, 102, 105,111, 112, 116, 117, 118, 125, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 134, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 147, 149, 152, 163-190, 192-196, 199-203, 205-222, 224, 226, 227, 230, 230A, 231, 232, 234, 235, 240, 241, 242, 242A, 243-248, 248A, 249, 250, 253, 254-265, 267-278.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2019-09-08 13:11:21
Hirzel, Jakob Christoff
Zürich (?), ca, 1830. 4°. 25 S. Nach unseren Recherchen bisher ungedruckter biographischer Abriss der Militärkarriere des 1769 geborenen Hirzel, Sohn des Salomon Hirzel, der mit 18 Jahren im Zürcher Regiment Steiner in Französische Dienste eintrat. 1792 nach Auflösung der französischen Regimenter wechselte er in den Dienst des Regiments Württemberg gegen Napoleon. 1797 wurde er k.k. österreichischer Offizier in Kroatien und Italien. - Seite 1-4 mit einem biographischen Zusammenzug, danach mit "Auszügen aus den Briefen an seinen Bruder". - Wahrscheinlich handelt es sich um eine etwas spätere Kopie. - Militärgeschichtlich spannendes Dokument. - Gut lesbare deutsche Schreibschrift in schwarzer Tinte auf hellblauem Papier. - Mit einigen Verwischungen und wenigen Korrekturen. Papier mit Mittelfalz.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [CH]
2019-09-08 10:27:41
CAUCHY, Augustin-Louis
Paris: Chez de Bure frères, 1830. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Important Sammelband on light and astronomy, including Cauchy's 1830 Memoir on dispersion: CAUCHY, Augustin-Louis. Mémoire sur la dispersion de la lumière, Paris: Chez de Bure frères, 1830. 4to (257 x 204mm). [2], 24 pp. [Bound with:] II. STEVENSON, Alan. Observations on the Application of Catadioptric Zones to Lights of the First Order in the System of Fresnel... Edinburgh: Neill & Co., 1840, 12, [4] pp., 1 plate. One engraved plate (slight marginal browning). [Bound with:] III. HERSCHEL, William. Observations of a Second Comet, with remarks on its construction. Extract from Philosphical Transactions, [London, 1812, Vol. 102], pp.229-237. [Bound with:] IV. HERSCHEL, William. Experiments for Ascertaining how far Telescopes will enable us to determine very small angles, and to distinguish the real from the Spurious Diameter of celestial and terrestrial Objects... Extract from Philosphical Transactions, [London, 1805, Vol. 95], pp. 31-64. Lacking plate. [Bound with:] V. CAVENDISH, Henry. Experiments to Determine the Density of the Earth. Extract from Philosophical Transactions. [London, 1798, Vol. 88], 469-526, 2 folding engraved plates (slightly foxed). [Bound with:] VI. DOWNES, Olinthus Gregory. On the Physical Constitution of Comets. London: C. & E. Layton, 1860. [4], 45 [1] pp, half-title, 3 lithographed plates. [Bound with:] VII. FORBES, James D. Bakerian Lecture - On the Transparency of the Atmosphere and the Law of Extinction of the Solar Rays in passing through it. Extract from Philoso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-09-08 07:33:22
CAUCHY, Augustin-Louis
Paris: Chez de Bure fr�res, 1830. Paris: Chez de Bure frères, 1830. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Important Sammelband on light and astronomy, including Cauchy's 1830 Memoir on dispersion: CAUCHY, Augustin-Louis. Mémoire sur la dispersion de la lumière, Paris: Chez de Bure frères, 1830. 4to (257 x 204mm). [2], 24 pp. [Bound with:] II. STEVENSON, Alan. Observations on the Application of Catadioptric Zones to Lights of the First Order in the System of Fresnel... Edinburgh: Neill & Co., 1840, 12, [4] pp., 1 plate. One engraved plate (slight marginal browning). [Bound with:] III. HERSCHEL, William. Observations of a Second Comet, with remarks on its construction. Extract from Philosphical Transactions, [London, 1812, Vol. 102], pp.229-237. [Bound with:] IV. HERSCHEL, William. Experiments for Ascertaining how far Telescopes will enable us to determine very small angles, and to distinguish the real from the Spurious Diameter of celestial and terrestrial Objects... Extract from Philosphical Transactions, [London, 1805, Vol. 95], pp. 31-64. Lacking plate. [Bound with:] V. CAVENDISH, Henry. Experiments to Determine the Density of the Earth. Extract from Philosophical Transactions. [London, 1798, Vol. 88], 469-526, 2 folding engraved plates (slightly foxed). [Bound with:] VI. DOWNES, Olinthus Gregory. On the Physical Constitution of Comets. London: C. & E. Layton, 1860. [4], 45 [1] pp, half-title, 3 lithographed plates. [Bound with:] VII. FORBES, James D. Bakerian Lecture - On the Transparency of the Atmosphere and the Law of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-09-07 20:45:59
OLIVER OTIS HOWARD
OLIVER OTIS HOWARD (1830-1909). Howard, a Union general, fought at First Manassas, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg, where he was in charge for a short time. At Seven Pines, he lost an arm and was awarded the Medal of Honor. In 1865, he was chosen to head the Freeman’s Bureau and later was superintendent of West Point. Howard University in Washington, D.C. is named in his honor.ALS. 1pg. 5” x 8”. July 25, 1888. San Francisco. An autograph letter signed “O.O. Howard Major General U.S. Army” on “Headquarters Division of the Pacific” stationery. He wrote to “The Secretary of Bowdoin College” in Maine: “Dear Sir, The newspapers report that the degree of L.L.D. was conferred upon me by the college. Will you kindly give me the usual official notification. I thought, perhaps, you would not know my address.”TLS. 1pg. 8” x 10”. April 1, 1892. Governor’s Island. A typed letter signed “Oliver Otis Howard” to Franklin M. Drew of Lewiston, Maine; Drew was a Maine lawyer, Civil War veteran and the secretary of the board of trustees and ex-officio member of the board of overseers of Bowdoin College: “Being very grateful for the honor conferred upon me by the election to a trusteeship of Bowdoin College, and especially so far for the most courteous and friendly terms in which you convey the tidings, I am glad to accept the same. I fear that I cannot give much attention to the Institution during the remaining two years of my active army life. After that I shall, in a measure, be my own master, and will endeavor or to ponder the needs and the duti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Stuart Lutz Historic Documents, Inc. [US]
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2019-09-07 16:35:11
Prechtl, Johann Josef.
Cotta, 1830. 20 Textbände, 5 Supplementbände und 4 Tafelbände. Mit 534 detailreichen Kupfertafeln (die Tafeln zu den Textbänden sind komplett). Einzige Ausgabe in einem fast vollständigen Exemplar, mit den von Karl Karmarsch herausgegebenen Supplementbänden (allerdings ohne die Tafeln der Supplementbände). - Insgesamt ein durchaus ordentliches Exemplar, innen in guter Erhaltung. - Die umfangreiche Technikenzyklopädie in deutscher Sprache, vermittelt einen hervorragenden Überblick über Entwicklung und Stand der Technik Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts. - Die Tafeln zeigen fast ausschließlich Maschinen, Werkzeuge und technische Geräte verschiedener Industriebranchen und anderer produzierender Gewerbe, wie Baumwollspinnerei, Branntweinbrennerei, Eisengießerei, Feuerwerkerei, Buchbinderkunst, Glasmalerei, Lederbearbeitung u.v.m. - Johann Josef Prechtl (1778-1854), gründete 1815 das Polytechnische Institut Wien (heute Technische Universität Wien) und war in den Jahren 1815 bis 1849 dessen Direktor, ebenfalls war er Gründungsmitglied der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Poggendorff II, S. 519). - 010
Bookseller: Antiquariat Torsten Skubski [Germany]
2019-09-07 10:56:08
1830. MANGEART, Jules Souvenirs de la Moree, recueillis pendant le séjour des Francais dans le Peloponese. Paris, Igonette, 1830.in-8 Bien complet de sa carte.Belle reliure de l'époque. Collationné complet Description en photos ici: https://goo.gl/photos/TZFVv7HEQjKRzZ457 Unique édition française de ce témoignage passablement rare sur l'expédition française de Morée qui couvre les mois de novembre 1828 à mars 1829 : une traduction grecque en sera donnée, mais ne paraîtra qu'en 1957. L'auteur n'était pas un membre du corps expéditionnaire, mais il accompagnait François-Maxime Raybaud qui fonda à Patras le Courrier d'Orient, premier périodique en langue française à paraître en Grèce (le journal ne connut qu'un prospectus et 23 numéros, jusqu'au 21 octobre 1829).
Bookseller: chapitre85 [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2019-09-06 01:44:29
Jackson, Andrew
December 6, 1830. Rare Presidential Land Grant signed by Andrew Jackson as President. One page, dated December 6, 1830, the document grants a parcel of land in Merion County, Ohio to Daniel Musser and reads in part, "To all whom these presents shall come greeting whereas Daniel Musser of Marion County, Ohio has deposited in the General Land Office of the United States a certificate of the Register of the Land Office.whereby it appears that full payment has been made by the said Daniel Musser according to the provisions of the Act of Congress of the 24th of April 1820 entitled 'An act making further provision for the side of the Public Lands'". Signed by Andrew Jackson and countersigned by Elijah Haywood, Commissioner of the General Land Office. In very good condition. Double matted and framed. The entire piece measures 22.5 inches by 16.5 inches. American statesman and soldier Andrew Jackson was inaugurated as the seventh President of the United States of America in 1829 after defeating President John Quincy Adams in a landslide electoral victory. "The Age of Jackson" was marked by a shift and expansion of democracy with a goal of passing a portion of the political power of the established elites to the ordinary voter, or "common man" whom Jackson strongly believed had the ability to "arrive at right conclusions." Throughout his term, Jackson sought to reduce the power of the federal government in favor of agrarian sympathies which resulted in the redistribution of the Native American population and the ascendancy of the party spoils system. [Attributes: First Edition; Sign … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-09-05 08:54:17
Desbordes-Valmore, (Marceline)
Paris: A. Boulland, 1830. Beautifully bound in contemporary red morocco, the covers with outer black rule and ornately blind tooled around a central octagon panel, the backs tooled in gilt with black morocco labels and gilt lettering, all edges gilt, marbled end pages, an altogether excellent example of fine French bookbinding of the period. With four hors-texte illustrations copper engraved by Frilley, Cousin and Durand after Tony Johannot, Pujol, Devéria and Henri Monnier. Near Fine, occasional moderate toning, one signature in each volume evenly browned indicating the use of a different paper. . First Edition. Morocco. Near Fine/No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books, MWABA [Bloomington, IN, U.S.A.]
2019-09-05 05:44:59
NA. Good. N.d. Circa 1830 to 1850. Eleven cards, ten of which are overlay cards, deliberately leaving out a face, and one, the base card, this one featuring two heads, one to apply to the standing figures, the other, to the kneeling/seated ones, regardless of the figure's gender. The cards all measure 11 by 7.5 cm. Scarce genre. One comes upon Company School mica painted figures with some regularity, and metamorphic costume overlay cards, the same, but the two genres combined are encountered far far less. These Indian paintings on mica from the early to mid-19th Century have become known as "Company School" paintings because they were typically produced for employees of the East India Company as souvenirs. The genre was supposedly emulating the painting on glass which was the rage in Europe at the time. The nature of mica dictated the size of these paintings. While mica has the wonderful ability to be shaved off into thin slices or sheets, these sheets are also brittle and easily fracture, making a larger format impractical. The subject matter of these cards include a seated street vendor with scales, a seated woman spinning thread on a spindle whorl, a seated pot mender, a man armed with a scimitar and shield, a kneeling man with a bottle and cup, a man with a hound and whip, a dancing girl, etc. Condition: typical edge chips, cracks or fracturing. Still, the painted work remains bright, fresh, and essentially well-preserved.
Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books and Antiques [U.S.A.]
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2019-09-04 17:35:40
Christopher Biden
ont> J M Richardson : London, 1830 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce Naval work, regarding the methods and accounts of discipline on board ships in the Merchant-Service. Written by the late commander of the East India Company's Ships. In a very smart half calf binding, with marbled boards. The first and only edition of this work. A scarce work, usually found as later re-prints. There has not been a copy recorded at auction since 1999. This work provides numerous accounts of insubordination by officers in the Royal Navy during the nineteenth century. Biden writes to the preface 'I have every confidence the most prejudiced person will yield to the necessity of our maritime interests being protected and governed by an efficient code of laws'. There are discussions of mutinous crews and much worse. Biden mentions that some of the discipline on Naval ships have been too rigorous at times There are many discussions on mutinies covered by the press at the time such as the ship Inglis and the Kate and how they have tarnished the reputation of the Navy. Biden demonstrates how the current means of preserving efficient control are defective. He uses examples such as the Criterion, the Lady Raffles and The Abberton. A useful contemporary source regarding discipline and laws at sea during the nineteenth century. Condition: In a contemporary half calf binding with paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart with light shelfwear to the boards. Prior owner's inscription to the recto of front endpaper, referencing pages 238 and 211. Two further ownership inscriptions to the re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
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2019-09-03 08:55:20
Heeren, A.H.L. [Arnold Herman Ludwig].
Firmin Didot Freres. 1830-1844, Paris. French text. Complete 7 volume set of Heeren's important treatise on economics and trade in the ancient world. Volume 7 was published 10 years after volume 6 and is often missing from sets. Heavy set, 7.0 lb. will require extra shipping. Very good, light wear to corners, one map split at fold but all present, scattered light foxing. Translated from the German by W. Suckau. 8 folding maps, 2 folding plates. 8vo., 20.5x12.5 cm. (8), xxxi, 555; viii, 470; (8), viii, 489; (8), iii, 398; (8), iv, 332; (8), xi, 497; (8) 417-424, viii, 1-416 pp. Contemporary quarter dark brown leather over marbled boards, gilt spine bands and titles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Zephyr Books [Reno, NV, U.S.A.]
2019-09-02 01:55:21
SPROULE, Robert Auchmuty [1831-1845] (after) & LENEY, William Satchwell, (1769-1831) (engraver) & BOURNE, Adolphus [1795-1886] (printer)
Adolphus Bourne, Montreal. SCARCE EARLY VIEW OF MONTREAL [1830]. Montreal, Adolphus Bourne 11-1/2 x 15 inches in frame. Early hand-coloured stipple and line copperplate engraving on wove paper, "The View Of Montreal, From Saint Helens Island". Inscribed in the plate, l.l.: R.A. Sproule. Delt; l.r.: W.L. Leney. Sc.; l.c.: VIEW OF MONTREAL. / From Saint Helens Island. / Published by A. Bourne. Montreal. 1830. Browning overall on engraving and some repaired paper tears on right side border edge, otherwise good condition. A. Bourne printed and published six Montreal scenes, engraved by William Satchwell Leney after water-colours by Robert Auchmuty Sproule, which comprised the first set of single-sheet engravings of a Canadian city to be printed in Canada. quoted from DCB online, Adolphus Bourne Biography The original watercolour by R.A.Sproule is in the Collection of the McCord Museum of McGill University. It is of historical interest as the print records the coming of steam to the inland waters of Canada. One of a set of six Montreal prints after Sproule. The Montreal and Quebec series of prints are said to be the most handsome series published in Canada demonstrating the maturity achieved in pictorial printmaking in Canada during the first half of the 19th century. These engravings are considered to be quite scarce and sought after. deVolpi 22; Spendlove p. 62 & pl. 90 Robert Auchmuty Sproule was born in Athlone, Ireland, in 1799. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin where he received an M.A, degree. He came to Canada in the late 1820's and lived in Montreal for some ye … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA) [St. Catharines, ON, Canada]
2019-09-02 01:55:20
SPROULE, Robert Auchmuty [1831-1845] (after) & LENEY, William Satchwell, (1769-1831) (engraver) & BOURNE, Adolphus [1795-1886] (printer)
Montreal: Adolphus Bourne, 1830. 1st Edition. Framed. Good. SCARCE EARLY VIEW OF MONTREAL [1830]. Montreal, Adolphus Bourne 11-1/2 x 15 inches in frame. Early hand-coloured stipple and line copperplate engraving on wove paper, "The View Of Montreal, From Saint Helens Island". Inscribed in the plate, l.l.: R.A. Sproule. Delt; l.r.: W.L. Leney. Sc.; l.c.: VIEW OF MONTREAL. / From Saint Helens Island. / Published by A. Bourne. Montreal. 1830. Browning overall on engraving and some repaired paper tears on right side border edge, otherwise good condition. A. Bourne printed and published six Montreal scenes, engraved by William Satchwell Leney after water-colours by Robert Auchmuty Sproule, which comprised the first set of single-sheet engravings of a Canadian city to be printed in Canada. quoted from DCB online, Adolphus Bourne Biography The original watercolour by R.A.Sproule is in the Collection of the McCord Museum of McGill University. It is of historical interest as the print records the coming of steam to the inland waters of Canada. One of a set of six Montreal prints after Sproule. The Montreal and Quebec series of prints are said to be the most handsome series published in Canada demonstrating the maturity achieved in pictorial printmaking in Canada during the first half of the 19th century. These engravings are considered to be quite scarce and sought after. deVolpi 22; Spendlove p. 62 & pl. 90 Robert Auchmuty Sproule was born in Athlone, Ireland, in 1799. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin where he received an M.A, degree. He came to Canada … [Click Below for Full Description]
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GRAHAM, Robert (1786-1845).
Edinburgh John Carfrae & Son. FIRST EDITION 1830. Slim 8vo, approximately 215 x 125 mm, 8½ x 5 inches, 64 pages, bound in half pebbled cloth over paper boards, new cream endpapers. Pale stain to top of upper cover, otherwise a very good copy. 1 copy only listed in Copac, at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-09-01 18:19:17
Aberdeen: D.Chalmers. 1830; ABERDEEN. A very fine and RARE pamphlet "REGULATIONS OF THE GUILDRY COMPANY OF ABERDEEN - Instituted 1826", 10 pages and printed "ABERDEEN-Printed by D.Chamers and Co - 24, Adelphi Court, Union Street- M.DCCC.XXX, purple paper outer cover. stiched with dark red thread to edge. Superb fresh condition. THE GUILDRY COMPANY.This company was instituted in 1826. It is composed of Burgesses of Guild, and was originated from a conviction that it had long been matter of "regret that a body so numerous and respectable as the Guildry of Aberdeen should have no adequate source from which its members in the event of misfortune, or their widows or their orphans, when left in destitute circumstances, could derive assistance." The widows of members of the society receive an annuity of L. 10. To provide this there is a scale of fines or contributions, calculated on the safest data, and payable either in one sum at the outset, or yearly, as members may think best. The tables were examined, last year, by Dr. Cruickshank of Marischal College, and Mr. Notman of the Aberdeen Assurance Company, who pronounced them amply sufficient to warrant the annuities granted. : Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2019-09-01 13:45:41
Original Book of Mormon Page 1830 Moroni: Chapter 8,9, Verses- 26 to 6.
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1830. This leaf contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 16, Verses- 4 to 11. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Christ continues his teachings to the Nephites. He proclaims that in the latter days the gospel will go to the Gentiles and then to the house of Israel. The Lord's people will see eye to eye when He brings again Zion. Jesus directs the people to ponder His words and pray for understanding. "I perceive that ye are weak, that ye cannot understand all my words which I am commanded of the Father to speak unto you at this time. Therefore, go ye unto your homes, and ponder upon the things which I have said, and ask of the Father, in my name, that ye may understand, and prepare your minds for the morrow, and I come unto you again." This leaf also contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 16,17, Verses- 12 to 5.
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1830. This leaf contains Mosiah: Chapter 18, Verses- 18 to 30. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Alma organizes the Church of Christ and ordains priests. They support themselves and teach the people. Alma and his people flee from King Noah into the wilderness. Gideon seeks to slay King Noah. The Lamanites invade the land. "And this he said unto them, having been commanded of God; and they did walk uprightly before God, imparting to one another both temporally and spiritually according to their needs and their wants." This leaf also contains Mosiah: Chapter 18,19, Verses- 30 to 11.
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 42, Verses- 16 to 29. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Redemption comes through repentance. God Himself atones for the sins of the world. Mercy is for those who repent. All others are subject to God's justice. Mercy comes because of the Atonement. Only the truly penitent are saved. "Therefore, according to justice, the plan of redemption could not be brought about, only on conditions of repentance of men in this probationary state, yea, this preparatory state; for except it were for these conditions, mercy could not take effect except it should destroy the work of justice. Now the work of justice could not be destroyed; if so, God would cease to be God." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 42,43, Verses- 30 to 8.
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 31, Verses- 10 to 22. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Alma heads a mission to reclaim the apostate Zoramites. The Zoramites deny Christ, believe in a false concept of election, and worship with set prayers. The missionaries are filled with the Holy Spirit. Their afflictions are swallowed up in the joy of Christ. "And the Lord provided for them that they should hunger not, neither should they thirst; yea, and he also gave them strength, that they should suffer no manner of afflictions, save it were swallowed up in the joy of Christ. Now this was according to the prayer of Alma; and this because he prayed in faith." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 31, Verses- 23 to 34.
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Original Book of Mormon page 1830 3 Nephi: Chapter 20,21, Verses- 42 to 7.
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 11, Verses- 24 to 41. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Only those who inherit the kingdom of heaven are saved. All men will rise in immortality. There is no death after the Resurrection. Alma speaks to Zeezrom. "The spirit and the body shall be reunited again in its perfect form; both limb and joint shall be restored to its proper frame, even as we now are at this time; and we shall be brought to stand before God, knowing even as we know now, and have a bright recollection of all our guilt." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 11,12, Verses- 42 to 2.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 9, Verses- 19 to 28. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "The Son of God will come soon. He will redeem those who repent, are baptized, and have faith in His name. "Therefore, prepare ye the way of the Lord, for the time is at hand that all men shall reap a reward of their works, according to that which they have been--if they have been righteous they shall reap the salvation of their souls, according to the power and deliverance of Jesus Christ; and if they have been evil they shall reap the damnation of their souls, according to the power and captivation of the devil." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 9,10, Verses- 28 to 5.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
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Original Book of Mormon Page 1830 Mosiah: Chapter 13,14, Verses- 27 to 6.
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 8,9, Verses- 31 to 9. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Alma commands the people of Ammonihah to repent. The Lord will be merciful to the Lamanites in the last days. If the Nephites forsake the light, they will be destroyed by the Lamanites "And at some period of time they will be brought to believe in his word, and to know of the incorrectness of the traditions of their fathers; and many of them will be saved, for the Lord will be merciful unto all who call on his name." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 9, Verses- 10 to 19.
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1830. This leaf contains Helaman: Chapter 5, Verses- 13 to 25. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Nephi and Lehi make many converts and are imprisoned, and fire encircles them. A cloud of darkness overshadows three hundred people. The earth shakes, and a voice commands men to repent. Nephi and Lehi converse with angels, and the multitude is encircled by fire. "And behold the voice came again, saying: Repent ye, repent ye, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand; and seek no more to destroy my servants. And it came to pass that the earth shook again, and the walls trembled." This leaf also contains Helaman: Chapter 5, Verses- 26 to 36.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
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1830. This leaf contains Mosiah: Chapter 12, Verses- 17 to 31. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: The false priests question Abinidi, and he answers them boldly and confounded them. The priests quote the scriptures and pretend to keep the law of Moses. Abinadi begins to teach them the Ten Commandments. "Know ye not that I speak the truth? Yea, ye know that I speak the truth; and you ought to tremble before God.".
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1830. This leaf contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 25,26, Verses- 1 to 5. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "At the Second Coming, the proud and wicked will be burned as stubble. Elijah will return before that great and dreadful day. Jesus expounds all things from the beginning to the end. Babes and children utter marvelous things that cannot be written. "And even unto the great and last day, when all people, and all kindreds, and all nations and tongues shall stand before God, to be judged of their works, whether they be good or whether they be evil-- If they be good, to the resurrection of everlasting life; and if they be evil, to the resurrection of damnation; being on a parallel, the one on the one hand and the other on the other hand, according to the mercy, and the justice, and the holiness which is in Christ, who was before the world began." This leaf also contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 26, Verses- 6 to 16.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
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1830. This leaf contains Mosiah: Chapter 16, Verses- 3 to 15. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "God redeems men from their lost and fallen state. Those who are carnal remain as though there were no redemption. Christ brings to pass a resurrection to endless life or to endless damnation. Alma believes and writes the words of Abinidi. Abinidi sentenced to death by fire. "But there was one among them whose name was Alma, he also being a descendant of Nephi. And he was a young man, and he believed the words which Abinadi had spoken, for he knew concerning the iniquity which Abinadi had testified against them; therefore he began to plead with the king that he would not be angry with Abinadi, but suffer that he might depart in peace." This leaf also contains Mosiah: Chapter 17, Verses- 1 to 13.
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 38, Verses- 3 to 15. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Alma's commandments to his son Shiblon. Shiblon was persecuted for righteousness' sake. Salvation is in Christ, who is the life and the light of the world. Alma teaches that we must bridle all your passions. "See that ye are not lifted up unto pride; yea, see that ye do not boast in your own wisdom, nor of your much strength. Use boldness, but not overbearance; and also see that ye bridle all your passions, that ye may be filled with love; see that ye refrain from idleness." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 39, Verses- 1 to 9.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 43, Verses- 9 to 19. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "The Zoramites and other Nephite dissenters become Lamanites. The Lamanites come against the Nephites in war. Moroni arms the Nephites with defensive armor. The Lord reveals to Alma the strategy of the Lamanites. "But it came to pass, as soon as they had departed into the wilderness Moroni sent spies into the wilderness to watch their camp; and Moroni, also, knowing of the prophecies of Alma, sent certain men unto him, desiring him that he should inquire of the Lord whither the armies of the Nephites should go to defend themselves against the Lamanites." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 43, Verses- 19 to 27.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
2019-09-01 13:45:41
1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 14, Verses- 12 to 22. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "The prison walls that held Alma and Amulek are rent and fall. Alma and Amulek are delivered, and their persecutors are slain. "And Alma and Amulek came forth out of the prison, and they were not hurt; for the Lord had granted unto them power, according to their faith which was in Christ. And they straightway came forth out of the prison; and they were loosed from their bands; and the prison had fallen to the earth, and every soul within the walls thereof, save it were Alma and Amulek, was slain; and they straightway came forth into the city." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 14,15, Verses- 23 to 1.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
2019-09-01 13:45:41
1830. This leaf contains Mosiah: Chapter 12, Verses- 4 to 17. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: Abinadi is imprisoned for prophesying the destruction of the people and the death of King Noah. "And it came to pass that they were angry with him; and they took him and carried him bound before the king, and said unto the king: Behold, we have brought a man before thee who has prophesied evil concerning thy people, and saith that God will destroy them.".
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
2019-09-01 13:45:41
1830. This leaf contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 7, Verses- 14 to 22. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Nephi preaches repentance and faith in Christ. Angels minister to him daily, and he raises his brother from the dead. Many repent and are baptized. "And it came to pass that the thirty and first year did pass away, and there were but few who were converted unto the Lord; but as many as were converted did truly signify unto the people that they had been visited by the power and Spirit of God, which was in Jesus Christ, in whom they believed." This leaf also contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 7,8, Verses- 22 to 8.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
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Original Book of Mormon Page 1830 Ether: Chapter 06, Verses- 7 to 20.
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1830. This leaf contains Mosiah: Chapter 15, Verses- 9 to 22. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Christ will make intercession and bear the transgressions of His people. He brings to pass the Resurrection. Abinidi explains that little children have eternal life. "And thus God breaketh the bands of death, having gained the victory over death; giving the Son power to make intercession for the children of men--" This leaf also contains Mosiah: Chapter 15,16, Verses- 22 to 3.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
2019-09-01 13:45:41
1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 12, Verses- 22 to 31. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "This mortal life is a probationary state. The plan of redemption brings to pass the Resurrection and, through faith, a remission of sins. The repentant have a claim on mercy through the Only Begotten Son. "And we see that death comes upon mankind, yea, the death which has been spoken of by Amulek, which is the temporal death; nevertheless there was a space granted unto man in which he might repent; therefore this life became a probationary state; a time to prepare to meet God; a time to prepare for that endless state which has been spoken of by us, which is after the resurrection of the dead." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 12,13, Verses- 32 to 3.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
2019-09-01 13:45:41
Original Book of Mormon page 1830 3 Nephi: Chapter 28, Verses- 15 to 30.
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1830. This leaf contains Alma: Chapter 43, Verses- 28 to 39. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "The Nephites defend their homes, liberties, families, and religion. The armies of Moroni and Lehi surround the Lamanites. "Nevertheless, the Nephites were inspired by a better cause, for they were not fighting for monarchy nor power but they were fighting for their homes and their liberties, their wives and their children, and their all, yea, for their rites of worship and their church." This leaf also contains Alma: Chapter 43, Verses- 40 to 48.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
2019-09-01 13:45:41
1830. This leaf contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 18, Verses- 7 to 21. Below is a brief summary of the contents on the page: "Jesus institutes the sacrament among the Nephites. They are commanded to pray always in His who eat His flesh and drink His blood unworthily are damned. "Therefore ye must always pray unto the Father in my name; And whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in my name, which is right, believing that ye shall receive, behold it shall be given unto you. Pray in your families unto the Father, always in my name, that your wives and your children may be blessed." This leaf also contains 3 Nephi: Chapter 18, Verses- 22 to 34.
Bookseller: hutchbroncos [Draper, Utah, US]
2019-09-01 13:45:36
Talbot, Giovanni
, 1830 Binding: LEATHER SPINE BROWN Size: 12.5X17.5 Overall Condition is: VERY GOOD CONSIDERING AGE 1830 CIRCA ADDITIONAL POSTAGE REQUIRED 101 pounds shipped from atlantic city new jersey, will ship in two packages, black and white illustrations, gilt on spine, corners bumped, pages age toned, some foxing, ex-library number on foot of spine.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
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