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        CARY'S TWO-SHEET MAP Of HINDOSTAN, Reduced from the Large Map in Six Sheets, with a Supplement Containing the Burman Empire

      London:: Published by G. & J. Cary, 86, St. James Street.. 1830.. Unfolded: 40" x 33-1/8"; Folded in Pocket Case: 8-1/2" x 5-1/4". A dissected 32 panel, hand-colored linen-backed map. Green cloth [silk?] edging. Title in bottom-left; 'Burman Empire' in inset to right. Scale: 69-1/2 British Statute Miles to a Degree.. Housed in the publisher's original green marbled paper slipcase. Printed yellow paper title label to one side. Matching marbled paper backing to 2 outer panels of folded map. 2nd edition [presumed]. A VG+ map. Slipcase - VG (intact, with wear to seams & faint spot to printed paper title onlay).. Hindostan, also Hindustan, means literally, "the place of the Hindus", the Persian name for India, and in this circumstance obviously refers to the bulk of the Indian subcontinent. & & Scarce: OCLC shows but two holdings [one for the 1829, and one for this 1830 edition].

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        Antike Berliner Leiste aus Spanien

      Andalusien, um 1830 -. Spanische Berliner Leiste des 19. Jahrhunderts (aus Andalusien, Biedermeier Zeit, ca. 1830). Aus Holz, original versilbert, mit geätzten Ornamenten (Formensprache mit islamischen Einfluss) und mit Schellack überzogen - Falzmass (für Bilder bis) 25,5 x 33 cm, Rahmenbreite 5 cm - am Rand bestoßen sonst ok für das Alter - für Ölgemälde und Arbeiten auf Papier und Grafiken, mit einem Passepartout für Bilder mit Massen bis ca. 23 x 30 verwendbar - Antique Spanish Lemon Gold Leaf Frame from Andalusia, ca 1830 - with etched ornaments, influenced by Islamic Art and Crafts - Wood gilted with genuine silver leaf and colored with yellow Shellac to produce a rich, golden appearance - Rabbet Size (for pictures up to) 10" x 13" x profile width 2 inch (25,5 x 33 x 5 cm) - bumped at margins otherwise ok for its age - suitable for oilpaintings and works on paper (modern and antique). Fragen Sie gerne ob der Rahmen für Ihr Bild paßt. Weitere Fotos auf Anfrage. Versand zur Ansicht ist nach Absprache ggf. möglich (kurzes Email, wir rufen zurück) - Auch für den Weiterverkauf geeignet

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        La piazza del Granduca di Firenze co' suoi monumenti disegnati da Francesco Pieraccini, incisi da Gio. Paolo Lasinio e dichiarati da Melchior Missirini.

      - Firenze, presso Luigi Bardi, 1830, in-folio, br. edit. con fregi tipografici (i dati editoriali in copertina anteriore differiscono da quelli del frontespizio, titolo in copertina: "La piazza del Granduca con i suoi monumenti. Dispensa. Pisa, presso Niccolò Capurro co' caratteri di F. Didot, 1829), pp. 28, [2]. Con front. calcografico con piccola veduta di Firenze e 21 tavv. incise in rame in fine: 3 all'acquatinta (incise, da Paolo Fumagalli) e 18 incise al tratto. Qualche leggera fioritura ma bell'esemplare, completo. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Plate 107 Un Tal Lume Perpetuo Antico.

      Paris 1830 - John Wilton-Ely plate 1002The watermark that is present is number 93 in John Wilton-Ely on page 1182 and is dated in the 1830s.Giovanni Battista Piranesi was one of the leading figures in the development of the neoclassical style in the late 18th Century. As architect, archaeologist, artist, designer, collector, and antiquities dealer, he produced a series of etchings and engravings depicting the glories of ancient Rome. These fine prints served as source material for other architects and designers. He was born in Venice on the 4th October 1720. The son of a stone-mason, he was educated as an architect under his maternal uncle Matto Lucchesi and under Carlo Zucchi. In 1740 Piranesi left Venice for Rome, there he studied etching under Giuseppe Vasi. He appears to have had little success in these early years in Rome and as his father was unable to continue his allowance returned to Venice in 1744. He was soon, however, encouraged to return to Rome by Giuseppe Wagner, a successful engraver and publisher of Venice. This time he achieved success, and a constant series of works, illustrating architecture and antiquities, issued from his studio until his death in 1778. His output in etched plates is enormous (about 1000 numbers in all). While he achieved a work of magnitude in pictorial records of Roman monuments of antiquity and of the Renaissance, and gave immense archæological, antiquarian, and topographical value to this work, the artistic quality always predominates. He was fond of peopling his ruins with Callot-like figures, and "like Callot makes great use of the swelling line" (Hind). He had two sons and a daughter, all of whom helped him in his work and after his death carried on his publications in Rome and Paris. They were Francesco (born 1748 or 1756; died 1810), Pietro (who lived till after 1807) and Laura (born 1750). His position in Rome and in Europe after 1760 was a prominent one. He was well-known figure to the wealthy English visitors in Rome and was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1757. Most of his life was passed in Rome, etching, writing, publishing, and directing a workshop in which the restoration and sale of antiques played a considerable part.He was famous for his poetic views of Rome and also his fantastic imaginary interiors. His skills, allied to his deep knowledge of archaeology, provided the substance for his Vedute (Views), a series of 135 etchings of ancient and contemporary Rome, published from 1745 onwards, which established the popular mental image of the city. Ornamenti Antichi was a collection of 110 etchings documenting large sculptural vases, together with other antiquities excavated (and in some cases created) in Italy in the 18th century. The prints were initially separately issued and sold by Piranesi over a period of several years and subsequently collected in two folio volumes, each with its own title page, in 1778. They illustrate a wide range of genuine antiquities, as well as Piranesi's own collections, from utilitarian objects such as cinerary urns, lamps, and sarcophagi to monumental vases. The plates in Vasi often included text by Piranesi with information about where the objects were discovered and their contemporary location, and the prints bore dedications to his patrons, colleagues, visitors and influential people. He believed absolutely in the supremacy of Roman over Greek architecture, an argument he expounded most forcefully in his Della magnificenza ed architettura dei Romani (On the Magnificence of Roman Architecture, 1761). his romanticized views and imaginary interiors had a profound effect on stage designers, painters of capricci such as Hubert Robert, and even writers: William Beckford, the author of the Gothic novel and Vathek . In the 20th century his imaginary interiors have been admired by the Surrealists . Reference: John Wilton-Ely. Giovanni Battista Piranesi: The Complete Etchings. San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1994. 2 volumes. Cha

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        Die Akustik

      Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1830 - An amateur musician and instrument maker fascinated by the phenomenon of sound, Chladni is now famous for studying the vibrations of surfaces by observing the patterns created by sound waves on sand-covered plates (known commonly now as "Chladni plates"); he is often called the "Father of Acoustics". His observations were first presented in the 1802 text of DIE AKUSTIK, "which is also a general acoustics text containing very complete historical material" (DSB) (ACOUSTICS) "Neue, unveränderte Ausgabe". Third (revised) edition (first published 1802 and 1817)). 4to (10 x 8-1/4 inches). Mit 12 Kupfertafeln (title page with vignette portrait of the author, 11 plates). Recent quarter calf (original backstrip laid down) and contemporary boards. Annotated in a neat contemporary German hand. Title a bit stained and spotted, otherwise a very good copy. PMM 233b (for first ed.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Life and Correspondence of the Late Admiral Lord Rodney

      London, John Murray,, 1830. 2 volumes, octavo. (210 × 132mm) Later blue half calf on blue linen boards, red morocco labels to the spines, all edges marbled. Engraved portrait frontispiece to Volume I. Offsetting from the portrait, some light browning, spine slightly mottled, a little rubbed at the extremities, but overall very good. First Edition. Uncommon, first serious attempt at a biography. Louisbourg, Martinique, Leeward Islands, West Indies and North America during the War of Independence, Battle of the Saints, "By any standards the Saints was a magnificent victory in which the French were comprehensively beaten. The islands, including Jamaica, had been protected and an end was brought to the succession of failures that had followed Yorktown and restored in no small degree the tarnished British naval and military reputation among the European powers" (ODNB).

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        The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer; with an Essay on His Language and Versification, an Introductory Discourse and a Glossary

      William Pickering, London 1830 - Five volumes complete - Volume One - ccxxii, 122pp; Volume Two - [6], 354pp; Volume Three - [6], 290pp; Volume Four - [6], 348pp and Volume Five - viii, 296pp. Full morocco, raised bands, spines in six panels, morocco title label to second panel, remaining panels with gilt central cross made up of small tools, covers with triple fillet border, gilt roll to edges and inner edges, a.e.g., comb and curl marbled endpapers. Very minor rubbing to extremities, internally bright and clean. An attractive set. Lowndes 427 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ITALY, A POEM [with] POEMS.

      T. Cadell 1830, 1834, London - Two volumes. vii, 284p; viii, 295p. Bound in Cedric Chivers vellucent binding of tan levant with marbled endpapers, t.e.g, the spine with gilt titles and simple gilt ornaments with small onlays, the covers with gilt rules border, the upper cover with round central paintings under the vellum with the book titles with gilt frames, paintings also with gilt roundels with small tan onlays Contents have foxing, bindings fine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Italy A Poem

      for T. Cadell, Jennings and Chaplin and E. Moxon, London 1830 - This is a stunning book with minimal flaws. There some foxing on the title page and preface, some rare foxing internally and some very light soil on the slip case. Otherwise this exquisite book is clean, tight, square with sharp corners and unmarked in an equally fine cloth covered, felt lined slip case. The end papers are covered in light orange silk. The gilt decorated, brown leather of the binding continues over the boards to frame the cloth covered paste downs. The brown leather is inlaid with marvelous gilt designs with small flowers. The motif continues on the spine where there are five raised bands. The 284, bright, clear pages (gilt edged at the top) are extensively illustrated in black and white and as the author says in the preface "With respect to the embellishments of this volume they require no praise of his. The two artists, who have contributed so much to give it value, would have done honor to any age or country." We have called it a first edition although the author in preface notes "Much of it was published as it was written on the spot. He has since revised it throughout, and added many stories from the old Chroniclers and many notes Illustrative of the manners, customs and superstitions. This referencing the 48 pages of notes at the rear. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Italy, a Poem (with Author's Signature Tipped in) and Poems (Two Volumes)

      T. Cadell and Others, London 1830 - Ex-College Library, but never circulated but with a label on the spine, a bookplate on the second free endpapers and an envelope after the text of each volume. A shame, because they are bound in beautiful Moroccan leather by W. Root and Sons in London. Author signature tipped in to the second free endpaper in the book, Italy. A handsome two volume set. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Pierce Egan's Finish to the Adventures of Tom, Jerry, and Logic In Their Pursuits through Life in and out of London

      Bristol, UK: G. Virtue. Very Good+. 1830. Hardcover. Just the slightest of wear to a few edges, but overall a very attractive volume that is clean and sound throughout. Would enhance anyone's library shelf. ; Three quarter leather, five raised bands on spine. Bright gilt borders and lettering on spine, and bright gilt borders on front cover. Marbled endpapers in front and rear. 36 color illustrations by Cruikshank. Bill of sale from 1924 laid in. ; Color Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 368 pages .

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        Le Robinson Suisse, ou Journal d'un Pere de Famille Naufrage avec ses Enfans. In five volumes, bound as three

      Paris - Arthus Bertrand 1830 - A wonderful copy of Isabelle de Montolieu's adaptation of Wyss's classic family adventure story. Translated out of the German by M. Viss. With a frontispiece to each title, and fouradditional plates, including one folding map. Complete in five volumes bound as three. The Swiss Family Robinson (German: Der Schweizerische Robinson) is a novel, first published in 1812, about a Swiss family shipwrecked in the East Indies en route to Port Jackson, Australia. Written by Swiss pastor Johann David Wyss and edited by his son Johann Rudolf Wyss, the novel was intended to teach his four sons about family values, good husbandry, the uses of the natural world and self-reliance. Wyss's attitude toward education is in line with the teachings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and many of the episodes have to do with Christian-oriented moral lessons such as frugality, husbandry, acceptance, cooperation, etc. It is said that Wyss was inspired by Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, but wanted to write a story from which his own children would learn, as the father in the story taught important lessons to his children. The Swiss Family Robinson has become one of the most popular books of all time. Isabelle de Montolieu (1751-1832) was a Swiss novelist and translator. She wrote in and translated to the French language. Montolieu penned a few original novels and over 100 volumes of translations. She wrote the first French translation of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility (Raison et Sensibilit, ou Les Deux Manires d'Aimer) and Persuasion (La Famille Elliot, ou L'Ancienne Inclination). One of her translations to French - Johann David Wyss's German-language The Swiss Family Robinson (Le Robinson suisse, ou, Journal d'un pre de famille, naufrag avec ses enfans) - was adapted and expanded by her with original episodes more than once. Montolieu's French version is the literal source of still frequently reprinted English translations - for example William H. G. Kingston's 1879 version, one of the most popular in English over the years, is actually a translation of Montolieu's French adaptation. Condition: In half calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally sound although rubbed. Front hinge of volume I held by one cord only. Internally, firmly bound. Very bright, and generally clean aside from a few scattered spots. Copperplate ink signature to front pastedown of volume I. Small closed tear to folding map. Overall: VERY GOOD [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Poetical Works of Crabbe, Keats, Campbell, Joanna Baillie, Rogers. & Poetical Works of Gray, Collins, Beattie, Blair, Kirke, White, Scott. (2 Volumes)

      London: Edward Moxon, 1830 - Half-Leather. Various Dates around 1830-50. First Editions thus, First Printings. A very good set in half brown calf with marbled paper to boards, five compartments with gilt decorations, gilt title to black spine labels. These volumes are collections of smaller volumes by 5 respectively 7 poets bound together, each part having a title page, contents and notes. All in double columns. CHF 500. This item is part of our Catalogue 8: Poems Plays Pictures Portraits Pamphlets Photographs Paraphernalia, a copy of which you can order from us at YGRbookS. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        VENERABLES INSTRUCCIONES, PARA SER EN BREVE TIEMPO, GRAN SOLDADO EN SINCOPA; Gran Oficial en abreviatura; y uno, y otro en diphtongo. Halladas en el libro de Memorias de un Sargento mayor Escrupuloso: recogidas por un Capitan Aprendis, y Novicio: Practicadas por todo el Mundo.

      Impreso por Francisco de Leefdael, junto a la Casa Professa de la Compañía de Jesús, s.a. (principios s. XVIII). 20,5 cm. 6 h. Edición en orla. Enc. cartoné reciente, papel al agua. * Obra satírica sobre los militares. Palau (3584 - 46) menciona un ejemplar en la Hispanic Society of America. CCPB 739296-6 . Militaria Història militar Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español

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      Limbird, Benjamin Franklin 1830 - We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 58, 55, 16 pages; Rebound in worn brown cloth, some pages loosening. THE WORKS OF DR BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CONSISTING OF ESSAYS HUMOROUS MORAL AND LITERARY WITH HIS LIFE WRITTEN BY HIMSELF; this is bound along with the exceedingly rare 16pp "LIFE OF WILLIAM CORBETT, M. P. Born March 9, 1762, died June 18, 1835." Illustrated title page of Corbett, publisher's imprint of Benjamin Franklin and at least partially printed in latter part circa 1821. Includes picture of his [ Corbett], house and plan of his land. No copies found, not listed in ESTC, not in LOC, not in USIANA, not in OCLC. ; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Uomo delle Paludi.

      1830 ca. 1830 - Cm.20x14. Acquarello.

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        The Holy Bible, According to The Authorised Version, with Notes, Explanatory and Practical taken Principally from the Most Eminent Writers of the United Church of England and Ireland: Together with the Appropriate Introductions... Complete in 3 Volumes

      Cambridge: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge at the University Press, 1830. Fine Binding. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Sidney Hall. Full Title Reads: "The Holy Bible, According to The Authorised Version, with Notes, Explanatory and Practical taken Principally from the Most Eminent Writers of the United Church of England and Ireland: Together with the Appropriate Introductions, Tables, Indexes, Maps and Plans: Prepared and arranged by The Rev. George D'Oyly, D.D. and The Rev. Richard Mant, D.D. (Now Lord Bishop of Down and Connor) Late Domestick Chaplains to his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. Under the Direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. For the Use of Families." Size Folio, 12" x 9.25". Complete in three Volumes. 1830. Bound in contemporary full black morocco with gilt titles to the spines. All edges gilt. Pale yellow pastedowns and endpapers. Bookplate of Hasler Hollist on front pastedown. Complete with nine engraved maps, including two double-page, at the end of Volumes I and III. Engraved by Sidney Hall Bury St Bloomsbury. Condition very good, the covers are slightly rubbed at the corner tips and edges, else fine, gilt still bright, all bindings sound. All three volumes are complete and fully intact. The internal condition is very clean, a few fox marks to a very few pages, previous owner's bookplates to front pastedowns "Hasler Hollist" else contents clean. Texts are printed in quite a large type in two columns with extensive commentary beneath. Richard Mant (February 12, 1776 - 1848) was an English churchman and writer. He was born at Southampton and educated at Winchester College and at Trinity College, Oxford. He was elected fellow of Oriel in 1798, and afterwards took orders, holding a curacy at Southampton in 1802. In 1808 he published The Simpliciad, this satirical poem was addressed in verse to William Wordsworth, Robert Southey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, with notes relating to his parodies and allusions to the originals. He was appointed to the vicarage of Coggeshall, Essex in (1810) and in 1811 he became Bampton Lecturer. In 1816 was made rector of St Botolph's, and in 1820 became Bishop of Killaloe and Kilfenoragh, (Ireland). In 1823 he was moved to the diocese of Down and Connor, to which the diocese of Dromore was added in 1842. In collaboration with the Reverend George D'Oyly, Mant wrote a commentary on the whole Bible. Other works by him include the Psalms in an English Metrical Version (1842) and a History of the Church of Ireland (1839-1841; 2 vols.). His Ancient Hymns from the Roman Breviary (1837) was one of the earliest collections of translated Latin hymnody in English. Who was the Rev George D'Oyly and what part did he play in establishing King's? George D'Oyly, 1778-1846, was the Rector of Lambeth and a prime mover in the establishment of King's. His open letter to the Home Secretary, Sir Robert Peel, in February 1828, proposed a new university incorporating religious education. This led to the Freemasons' Hall meeting in June 1828 and the foundation of the College. D'Oyly subsequently played an important role in the Provisional Committee and College Council that oversaw the fundraising, construction and opening of the College for students in 1831.

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        DIZIONARIO DEI SINONIMI DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA. Firenze, Dalla Tipografia di Luigi Pezzati, 1830.

      - Prima edizione. Cm.22,3x14,3. Pg.676. Legatura in mz.pelle con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Testo su due colonne. Minime spellature alla coperta. Rara prima edizione del famoso dizionario del Tommaseo (Sebenico in Dalmazia, 1802-1874), opera di gran guasto e di straordinaria erudizione linguistica. > Gamba, 2774, "Ebbe quest'ottima compilazione sì felice spaccio che se ne fecero tosto ristampe in Napoli ed in Milano". Tecchio-Poletti, 29. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le Lendemain de Trafalgar

      Paris 1830 - Image Size : 300x490 (mm), 11.75x19.25 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : , Hand Colored, Lithograph

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        Travels in Various Parts of Peru, including a Year's Residence in Potosi. [Two Volumes].

      Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, London 1830 - xvi, 431 pp.; viii, 504 pp. 8vo. Red buckram, gilt titles. Illus. with 8 uncolored aquatint plates, 1 map, and 17 wood engraved vignettes. Temple traveled to South America in 1825 as art of a mining venture which ultimately failed. Much about Bolivia and Argentina: "Many humorous and picturesque incidents and descriptions," Cox p. 343. Provenance: New York Historical Society (Swann Sale October 6, 1978, lot 664. Palau 329950. Abbey Travel 725. Sabin 94660. Cox 3747. Lowndes VI 2602. Very good copies, accession numbers on spines recolored, faint institutional rubber stamp on rear pastedowns, scattered foxing, one plate heavily spotted else most quite clean and bright. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mothers and Daughters; A Tale of the Year 1830

      three volumes, contemporary half-leather over marbled boards, decorated in gilt, sensitively re-spined utilising original leather labels, corners a trifle rubbed, advertisement leaves volume III, minor spotting, a nice copy. first edition; 318, 331 and 355 pages; keywords: fiction - women authors; - Henry Colburn & Richard Bentley 1831

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        Précis historique, généalogique et littéraire de la maison d'Orléans, avec notes, tables et tableau. Par un membre de l'Université.

      Paris, Crapelet 1830 - in-8, [5]-XXII-[2]-172-[1]-8 pp., avec un portrait-frontispice gravé par Hopwood, sous serpente (Louis-Philippe), et un tableau généalogique dépliant, cartonnage souple de papier bleu à décor fantaisie (végétal) doré, dos lisse muet (reliure de l'éditeur). Faible mouillure en début d'ouvrage. Edition originale de cet opuscule si opportun, paru trois mois après l'avènement du chef de la maison d'Orléans au trône de France. Vicaire VI, 477-78 (décrit explicitement la couvrure de notre opuscule comme reliure d'éditeur). Saffroy I, 11 453. Exemplaire de Pierre-François Colin (1777-1858), alors procureur général près de la Cour royale de Dijon (depuis novembre 1829), et futur député du Jura, avec envoi autographe de l'auteur sur le premier contreplat. Bon exemplaire sur vergé non rogné présenté dans son joli papier de l'époque. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Manuscript Treatise on Housekeeping

      England, 1830. Half Calf. Near Fine. 8vo. 23 by 19 cm. 98 numbered leaves, with writing entirely on the rectos. Unfilled leaves follow. Leaves are lined, with a neat, but not always easily legible cursive handwriting constituting the text. & & This pre-Victorian manuscript is a virtual Sun Tzu-like primer on running a household and its help. Directives are set forth, one after the other, with a supreme knowing-ness and confidence. “Never omit speaking to a servant on the first appearance of a fault”, “Guard against favoritism,” or “Insist on your servants attending the services of the Church,” are among the countless examples of this. Yet at the same time, the author is sensitive to balancing competing concerns, and she tersely navigates these dichotomies, as with her pronouncement: “To all mistresses I would say, be vigilant and watchful; but beware of ‘Suspicion’. & & The author does not merely set forth pointers without clarification or substantiation. So when she opines, “A kind word . . . will often effect more radical improvement than the severest rebuke,” she goes on to write, “The feelings of servants are keener than we give them credit for. . . ” & & The intended audience for all the instruction is the young bride of some means. That is why the management of staff is a paramount concern – more of the text is devoted to it than anything else. While the topic would not have been a pressing matter for the majority of young women, many of whom were themselves in service, it was a time that a much wider of swath of society did have domestic staff, including those squarely in the middle class. & & Other sections concentrate on budgeting, food preparation and the kitchen, china and glass, the water-closet, storage, health care, linens, washing. Throughout, the presentation is markedly concise. Even with the many inevitable overlaps among topics, the author manages to keep redundancy to a minimum.& & The work is not simple to categorize, for the points it contains range from broader philosophical approaches to some real nuts and bolts. Always, though, the work stays free of cerebral grandiosity on the one hand or of soporific nitty gritty details on the other. In terms of big picture points, the manuscript is not free of pedestrian, conventional attitudes, but often it surprises with fresh, rather progressive insights. She writes, for example, “The vexation and trouble so often experienced in the management of household domestics, benefits us seriously to inquire if the faults do not originate as much in the system we adopt towards them, as in the servants themselves." And she shows sympathy for the servants’ lot: “Domination is hard to bear, and equally galling to high and low; and if in enacting too severely, the scrupulous fulfilment of their duties, we wound the tender feelings of our menials, we “can not be surprised at their resenting it, in the only way which is open to them.” Another observation containing the wisdom of experience is that one “seldom gains time by hurrying them [servants]”. & & The more specific details pepper the text through and through. So, for instance, in the discussion of the care of guests, the author has what amounts to a checklist of things a maid should attend to, down to seeing that the towel horse is well supplied and that there are two sorts of soap. On in the cooking section, she warns against boiling vegetables with meats because “they mutually spoil each other.”& & As much as the author appears to have been a no nonsense, clear-eyed observer, she was no revolutionary, and so she could be susceptible to the prejudices and myopic viewpoints of the society she lived in. This aspect of the manual is at least as interesting to us as the more perceptive elements. And so, here and there slip in comments that suggest the author perceives servants as child-like, simple-minded and backward, as just one example. & & The primer's cohesive organization suggests the author harbored hopes of publication, although we are not aware that such a wish was granted. One can imagine that a well-meaning, and energetic, mother or aunt might put together her pearls of wisdom into writing just as her sheltered, innocent daughter or niece is about to undergo the trial by ordeal of running a household on her own for the first time, but that is most definitely not the case here, for the advice is simply too general, contingent and impersonal. Clearly, the writer did not have a specific reader in mind. & & Rather, we would suggest the likeliest author was the senior housekeeper of a very substantial household. Such a person would have had an official position, and one that carried real status. Generally, the housekeeper was at the pinnacle of the female staff, and stereotypically, would have been someone who ruled with a firm hand, as one could infer from this document that this author most definitely would have. It is easy to imagine someone in such a capacity having a clear conception of what it takes to run a more modest household, but not the reverse, meaning someone in charge of a small staff really grasping the demands of a grander residence. To have risen in the staff hierarchy, our presumed author would have been someone who had been around a long time and more than likely, witnessed many a workplace dynamic. It is only from such long, broad experience that she could write: “The code of laws which regulates the conduct of servants towards each other is little known or understood by those moving in the classes above them,” and follow up by developing upon that theme. To compose such a document as this required the sort of competence and perseverance certainly not common in a servant class that was still largely semi-literate at best, and few below housekeeper could have managed the undertaking. & & Rebacked, with raised bands and gilt decorative devices.

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        Vallée de Lauterbrunne

      1830 ca., Lauterbrunnen - Cantone di Berna 1830 - Raffigurazione di una tipica abitazione della valle, animata da personaggi. Stampata a colori e ritoccata a mano all'epoca mm 204x280

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      AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, NY 1830 - TITLE: EVANGELICAL FAMILY LIBRARY 12 VOLS., ca. 1830s RARE AUTHOR: VARIOUS AUTHORS PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, NY, ca. 1830s EDITION: First Editions assumed for American Tract Society CATEGORY: Religion, Rare BINDING/COVER: Hardbacks without dust jacket COLOR: Brown leather CONDITION: Overall a good minus set. All books have an imprint near the bottom edge of spine as though a label had been pulled. Books have an old style signature of a previous owner on most of the second free front endpapers. All boards are attached and books are very firm. Books are tight and sturdy. SIZE: 4 x 6 (approximately) PAGES: see below pages. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: THE 12 VOLUMES FOR SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1) RISE AND PROGRESS OF RELIGION IN THE SOUL; ILLUSTRATED IN A COURSE OF SERIOUS AND PRACTICAL ADDRESSES SUITED TO PERSON OF EVERY CHARACTER AND CIRCUMSTANCE WITH A DEVOUT MEDITATION, OR PRAYER By Philip Doddridge, D. D. 452 pages. Good- condition. The front board has some scuffing marks with a blackish spot to the bottom edge of the back board; The front endpaper is signed in an old ink style by a previous owner; there are two lines on the back inside board written in pencil that can easily be erased. 2) WILBERFORCE'S PRACTICAL VIEW AND TOUCHSTONE (from spine). 375 plus 75 (Touchstone pages). Fair condition. The boards have minor scuffs. The second title page is missing completely with what appears to be the preface page is torn away. Previous owner's name written in an old style ink on the front inside board. The first free endpaper has a split along the gutter area. There are a few dry stains present. 3) A TREATISE ON RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS By REV. JONATHAN EDWARDS 276 pages and AN ALARM TO UNCONVERTED SINNERS; IN A SERIOUS TREATISE ON CONVERSION By REV. JOSEPH ALLEINE 164 pages. The outside is in good condition with minor dark spots present and light scuffing marks to the leather. Good minus condition. 5) THE SAINTS' EVERLASTING REST By REV. RICHARD BAXTER. 444 PAGES. Fair++ condition. The outside is in good condition. Same owner name present in an old ink style as in other volumes on the front endpaper. There is some foxing throughout the book. The back endpaper(s) is missing. 6) A CALL TO THE UNCONVERTED, TO TURN AND LIVE By REV. RICHARD BAXTER 220 pages. THE DYING THOUGHTS OF THE REV. RICHARD BAXTER 132 pages. THE LIFE OF REV. RICHARD BAXTER 144 pages. Good condition. The outside of the book is in good condition with light natural scuffing to the boards. Same signature as in other volumes on the front endpaper. Minor dry old like stains present. Some age foxing on a few pages. Light pencil lines that can easily be erased from the back inside board. 7) THE LIFE OF REV. DAVID BRAINERD - CHIEFLY EXTRACTED FROM HIS DIARY By PRESIDENT EDWARDS - EMBRACING IN THE CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER, BRAINERD'S PUBLIC JOURNAL OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF HIS MISSIONARY LABORS 366 pages and TREATISE ON KEEPING THE HEART; SELECTED FROM THE WORKS OF REV. JOHN FLAVEL 108 pages. Good minus condition with light natural scuffs to the boards. Some natural spotting to the boards in a few places. Same name written on the front endpaper. There is another name written in pencil that can easily be erased from the second endpaper. Some light foxing present on a few pages. 8) A MEMOIR OF REV. HENRY MARTYN, B. D. By REV. JOHN SARGENT, M. A. 442 pages. Good minus condition. The same name is present in an old style on the second free front endpaper. There is some light foxing present on a few of the pages near the rear. There is one line written in pencil that can easily be erased from the back inside board. 10) PERSUASIVES TO EARLY PIETY INTERSPERSED WITH SUITABLE PRAYERS By REV. J. G. PIKE 438 pages. Good minus condition. The same name is present in an old style on the first free front endpaper. Heavy like age foxing on a few pages. The back endpaper has 005907 SF [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      T. & J. Swords, et al., New York 1830 - First edition. 8vo. viii, 355 pp. Lithograph frontispiece of "Vitus labrusca." "William R. Prince was one of the most influential American horticulturists of the first half of the nineteenth century, particularly important for his contributions to the advancement of viticulture. In collaboration with his father, William Prince, the founder of the Linnean Botanic Gardens and Nurseries, he produced [this book] . with this volume, magnificent compared with similar books of the time, native grapes were introduced to the fruit growers of America and viticulture took its place in the literature of American pomology" (DAB). With the signature of J.D. Legare, editor of the Southern Agriculturist in Charleston, South Carolina, at this period, on the title page; engraved bookplate of Leonidas B. Lemay, a North Carolina native who died in Texas in 1862. Sabin 65623. American Imprints 3177. Cagle & Stafford 617. For a discussion of this book and the authors, see Pinney's "History of Wine in America," pp. 189-191. Some foxing to text, but a very good copy, with a nice association. Recently rebound in cloth-backed blue boards, printed spine label. (#6112) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Raccolta di Costumi Antichi disegnati da Bartolomeo Pinelli incisi ad acquaforte da A.M.

      Bologna, presso Giovanni Zecchi, 1830 - In 8vo (cm 24x16). Antiporta e 100 tavole numerate. Lievi fioriture, tracce d'umido. Mezza pelle, dorso a cordoni con fregi in oro. 5 immagini allegate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theoretisch-praktisches Handbuch der Chirurgie, mit Einschluss der syphilitischen und Augen-Krankheiten. Unter Mitwirkung eines Vereins von Aerzten und Wundärzten herausgegeben.

      T.C.F. Enslin und Carl Gerold,, Berlin und Wien, 1830 - 17 Bände + 1 Registerband. Berlin und Wien, T.C.F. Enslin und Carl Gerold, 1830-1836. 8°. Mit lithographiertem Porträt des Herausgebers. Pappbände der Zeit mit handschriftlichen Rückentiteln. Wellcome IV, 594. - Waller 8334 (ohne den Registerband). - Hirsch-H. IV, 931 (nennt irrig 19 Bände). - Einzige Auflage des ersten historisch ausgerichteten Wörterbuchs der Chirurgie. Unter den Mitarbeitern ist vor allem Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach hervorzuheben, von dem 32 Beiträge, darunter "Chirurgia curtorum", stammen. - Durchwegs sauberes, wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Pappbände der Zeit mit handschriftlichen Rückentiteln. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels in Kamchatka and Siberia; With a Narrative of a Rsidence in China. In Two Volumes

      London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley. 1830, 1st edition. () ix, 351 pp.;x, 341 pp.. Very good. Rebound in fairly recent half calf with marbled boards; gilt decoration on spine. Top quarter inch of title page in Vol. I renewed.; very small ink stain on title page of Vol II. Otherwise a very clean, crisp set in very presentable binding. Account of author's travels from Petrpopavlovsk through Kamchatka and west to Okhotsk, Yakutsk, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Tomsk, to Perm in 1812-13. Followed by his account of his seven-year sojourn in Macao, Whampoa and especially Canton..

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        Travels through the Crimea, Turkey, and Egypt; Performed during the Years 1825-1828: Including Particulars of the last Illness and Death of the Emperor Alexander, and of the Russian Conspiracy in 1825.

      Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, London 1830 - Rebacked, 8vo., 2 volumes; Vol. I: pp. xii, ccxii, 162, 2 and Vol II: pp. viii, 435. Original boards, borders richly gilt tooled. Spine richly gilt tooled as well with 5 raised bands and the titles in the second and the fourth compartment. Original marbled free end pages preserved. Boards rubbed, upper board-edge of Vol. II bumped and very light foxing to some of the plates. A small stain on the fore-edge of the last pages of Vol. II, not bleeding into the margins of those pages. These volumes together contain 7 aquatint plates h.t. by Newnham and 9 vignettes and thus complete as per the list of illustrations. Volume I is mainly dealing with Europe and Turkey, while volume II almost entirely is devoted to Egypt, with a smaller part dealing with Arabia. Abbey Travel 360, Prince Ibrahim-Hilmy II, p. 322. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Etrennes intéressantes des quatre parties du monde, contenant la population de l'univers, les Ephémérides, les Puissances de l'Europe, et toutes les autorités civiles et militaires du Royaume. Pour l'année 1830.

      Chez Louis Janet 1830 - - Chez Louis Janet, A Paris 1830, In 24 (5,5x9,5cm), relié. - Edition originale, rare. Illustrée de 7 cartes (cinq continents, la France, mappemonde) sur deux feuillets dépliants. Plein Maroquin rouge d'époque. Dos lisse orné. Plaque décorant les plats figurant en son centre une chaumière et un château séparés par un cours d'eau, le tout dans un médaillon soutenu par deux amours nombreux ornements décoratifs. Noms de tous les hommes régnant dans le monde, et de toutes les autorités civiles et militaires du royaume. Géographie politique de la Grande-Bretagne. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Carta Constitucional da Monarchia Portugueza, decretada e dada pelo Rei de Portugal e Algarves D. Pedro, Imperador do Brasil aos 29 de abril de 1826.

      Angra, Na Imprensa do Governo, 1830. - Small typographical vignette on title page. 32 pp. 2 works bound in 1 volume. 8°, late twentieth-century sheep, spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, gilt lettering in second and fourth compartments, ruled gilt border on covers, machine marbled endleaves, contemporary plain wrappers bound in. A bit of minor soiling to title page. Overall in very good condition, uncut at outer and lower edges. Contemporary ink doodling on wrappers. 2 works bound in 1 volume. ---- Rare edition of the @Carta Constitucional printed in the Açores. The Portuguese @Carta Constitucional, the second Portuguese constitution, was a fundamental constitutional text for nineteenth-century Portugal and one of the starting points of nineteenth-century Portuguese history. It was written and promulagated in Rio de Janeiro in 1826 by D. Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil, in his capacity as D. Pedro IV, King of Portugal. He then abdicated as ruler of Portugal in favor of his daughter, D. Maria II. Sir Charles Stuart, Lord Stuart d'Rothsey, was charged with bringing the 1826 Charter from Brazil to Portugal in the year of its promulgation. Abrogated by D. Miguel in 1828, it was put back into force after the victory of the liberals under D. Pedro in August 1834, remaining the supreme law of the land until September 10, 1836. Closely resembling the 1824 Brazilian constitution, also in large part written by D. Pedro, it was the rallying point of the liberal cause that eventually resulted in the triumph of D. Pedro over his brother, the absolutist D. Miguel, and the ascension to the throne of D. Pedro's daughter as D. Maria II. Finally, under Costa Cabral, it was re-instituted on February 10, 1842, and remained the Portuguese constitution until the fall of the monarchy in 1910. Though liberal in its day, it was more conservative than the first Portuguese constitution of 1822 or the third Portuguese constitution of 1838.---- Canto 404. Not in Innocêncio. Not located in OCLC. Porbase locates a copy with this title and imprint, but giving 96 pp. for the collation, at the Universidade dos Açores, leading us to believe that in reality the same two titles are bound together as is the case for the present copy, as well as another copy, with 32 pp., at the Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa. This edition not located in Copac.---- BOUND WITH: @PORTUGAL. Law. Collecção completa até hoje dos decretos (de execução permanente) da Regencia do Reino de Portugal Algarves e seus dominios, existente na Ilha Terceira nos annos de 1829 e 1830. Angra: Na Imprensa do Governo, 1830. 8º, 96 pp. Small typographical vignette on title page. Rare and significant collection of laws printed in the Açores. The final decree (nº 34) is incomplete, as issued; according to Canto, the publisher promised further issues.Canto 404. Porbase locates this title at the Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa; there is probably another copy at the Universidade dos Açores (see above). OCLC: 84447843 (Harvard College Library). Not located in Copac. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        OEUVRES COMPLETES DE VOLTAIRE. Avec notes, préfaces, avertissemens, remarques historiques et littéraires. Comprende los siguientes 13 números y títulos: PHYSIQUE Nº 25:. PHILOSOPHIE nº 26 Tomo 1. Nº 28 Tomo 3. DIÁLOGUES ERT ENTRETIENS PHILOSOPHIQUES: Tomo 29. ROMANS: Nº 36 Tomo 1. Nº 37 tomo 2. MÉLANGES LITTÉRAIRES, Nº 38 tomo 1. Nº 39 Tomo 2. COMMENTAIRES SUR CORNEILLE. Nº 40 Tomo 1. Nº 41 Tomo 2. CORRESPONDANCE AVEC LE ROI DE PRUSSE Nº 52 Tomo 1. Nº 53 Tomo 2. CORRESPONDANCE AVEC D´ALEMBERT .

      Armand-Aubrée, Paris 1830 - OEUVRES COMPLETES DE VOLTAIRE. Avec notes, préfaces, avertissemens, remarques historiques et littéraires. Comprende los siguientes 13 números y títulos: PHYSIQUE Nº 25:. PHILOSOPHIE nº 26 Tomo 1. Nº 28 Tomo 3. DIÁLOGUES ERT ENTRETIENS PHILOSOPHIQUES: Tomo 29. ROMANS: Nº 36 Tomo 1. Nº 37 tomo 2. MÉLANGES LITTÉRAIRES, Nº 38 tomo 1. Nº 39 Tomo 2. COMMENTAIRES SUR CORNEILLE. Nº 40 Tomo 1. Nº 41 Tomo 2. CORRESPONDANCE AVEC LE ROI DE PRUSSE Nº 52 Tomo 1. Nº 53 Tomo 2. CORRESPONDANCE AVEC D´ALEMBERT nº 54. Editador à Paris, Armand-Aubrée, Éditeur, 1830. Felix Imprimerie Locquin. Tailles trimestre. Environ 500 pp Unité. Période à laquelle s'applique le mode Fixations forme hardcover néerlandais avec de l'eau verte, tacheté et sauvegarde des coupes en cuir véritable avec des ornements vert olive, filets dorés et des personnages. Excellent état avec très légère usure. Discret présence intérieure de l'oxyde, en particulier dans les pages immédiates dues aux gardes de chrome de ceux-ci. Editador en Paris, Armand-Aubrée, Éditeur, 1830. Imprimerie de Félix Locquin. Tamaños cuarta. Aproximádamente 500 pp. Unidad. Encuadernaciones originales de época modalidad holandesa con cubiertas tapa dura formando aguas verdes, cortes moteados y lomos en piel legítima color verde oliva con ornamentos, filetes y caracteres dorados. Excelente estado, con muy ligeras señales de uso. Discreta presencia interior de óxido, principalmente en páginas inmediatas a las guardas debido al cromo de las mismas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        COLECCION DE VARIAS OBRAS EN PROSA Y VERSO. Adicionada con algunas notas. 7 tomos (completa). Junto con: "INFORME DE LA SOCIEDAD ECONOMICA DE ESTA CORTE al Real y Supremo Consejo de Castilla en el expediente de Ley Agraria".

      - Madrid, Imp, de León Amarita, 1830-1832, 7 tomos: 445 (falta el retrato de Jovellanos), 477+ 442+ 441+400+424+274 págs. El tomo 7 enc. junto con el Informe.: Madrid, Imp. Sancha, 1795, 149 págs. Grabado en portada. 1ª edición de esta importante obra sobre la política agricola, con el dictamen emitido por la Sociedad Patriótica de Madrid sobre la nueva ley agraria. (Obra póstuma que recoge las obras de Jovellanos no publicadas individualmente, agrupadas por temas: literarios, informes y discursos económicos y de gobierno; memorias histórico-artísticas; obras sobre legislación e instrucción pública, además de su traducción libre del Paraíso Perdido de Milton y de correspondencia familiar erudita). (52224).

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      Ansbach: Doll, 1830. Rare War Board-Game Book <p>Aretin, Wilhelm, Freiherr von. Strategonon. Versuch die Kriegf¸hrung durch ein Spiel anschaulich darzustellen. . . . 8vo. xxxv, [1], 145, [3]pp. 3 hand-colored folding plates, 1 folding lithographed table, 4 folding letterpress tables. Ansbach: Dollfuss, 1830. 209 x 115 mm. Old marbled boards, slightly rubbed & stained. Old stamps on title, light browning, a little foxing. Very good copy. </p><p>First Edition. Very rare, with only one location in NUC (1983 fiche catalog, showing only the Cleveland Public Library copy). Describes what the author considers the most true-to-life war board-game yet published, which he believes especially appropriate for advanced cadets, who can learn to be good officers from playing it. Baron von Aretin, a lieutenant in the royal Bavarian light cavalry (second regiment, to be precise), belonged to a family distinguished in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries for public service (see NBG). He writes in his introduction that he has based his war game on one devised in 1803 by his uncle Baron Georg von Aretin, which was never published. Von Aretin gives an overview and critique of war board-games from the seventeenth century, especially those of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. These games, derived from the rules and playing board of chess, have in recent times come closer to a true-to-life simulation of war situations, but are on account of lack of verisimilitude, or cumbersomeness of the board, or length of time needed to play, inferior to the game he describes in his book. Von Aretin has factored into his game natural troop movements, considerations of equipment, terrain and time of year, the working of various weapons, supplies, rules, headquarters and commanders, desertion, sieges, destruction of bridges, naval warfare, etc. The three folding hand-colored plates with approx. fifty figures show the game pieces; the five folding tables give data on the march of troops and the working of weapons in different contexts. </p>

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        Ansichten von Missions-Niederlassungen der evangelischen Brüder-Gemeinde. Vues des Etablissemens missionaires fondés par la Communauté évangélique des Frères-Unis.

      Birmann & fils, Basel 1830 - Oblong folio; 32 x 47 cms. Four aquatint engravings of Moravian mission posts in Antigua in the original, pale green wrappers. Together with the, almost ever missing, description of the plates. A small sticker with a number has been affixed in the margin on the front side of the wrappers with next to it a name in pencil. On the inside of the wrappers a number has been written in pencil too. A negligible spot of foxing on these wrappers. The far outer edges of the uncut plates a bit dusty, but the plates themselves strong and absolutely totally clean. For protection it is placed in a custom made clamshell box, sized 47 x 60 x 2 cms. The box is carried out in red and black velvet with in gilt Bodoni type the title "vues d'antigoa" on the cover. Moreover it has a separate compartment which contains the text pages. One plate engraved by F. Hegi, the other 3 plates engraved by J. Hürlimann, all after L. Stobwasser. The magnificent plates have the following titles: 1) "Vue de l'Etablissement des Missions à St. Johns dans l'Isle d'Antigoa aux Indes occidentales." 2) "Vue de Gracehill dans l'Isle d'Antigoa aux Indes occidentales." 3) "Vue de Gracebay dans l'Isle d'Antigoa aux Indes occidentales." 4) "Vue de Cedarhall dans l'Isle d'Antigoa aux Indes occidentales." Details about the description and the history of the sites depicted in these plates can be found in the descriptive text. Plate no. 1 misnumbered no. 4. As already mentioned this copy is complete with the almost ever missing description (in German). It has been printed on a small plano sheet which has been folded, but not cut, into quarto format, i.e. 8 pages. This set is rare in its original wrappers, but extremely rare when complete with the descriptive text. Not in Sabin. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Repertorio genealogico delle famiglie nobili e dei titolati nobili esistenti nelle Provincie Venete.

      Venezia, Tipogr. di Alvisopoli, 1830-1831. 1830 - . contenente anche le notizie storiche sulla loro origine e sulla derivazione dei titoli, colla indicazione della dignità, ordini cavallereschi e cariche di cui sono investiti gl' individui delle stesse. 2 volumi in- 8° legati in 3, m. pelle coeva. 512; 496 pp. Opera importante non citata dal Gherno. Spreti & Degli Azzi, 3716. Cicogna, Bibliografia veneziana, 2209. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ATLAS DE GEOGRAPHIE ANCIENNE, DU MOYEN AGE, ET MODERNE, adopté par le Conseil Royal de l'Instruction Publique, à l'usage des Collèges Royaux et des Maisons d'Education, pour suivre les Cours de Géoghraphie et d'Histoire.:

      Delamarche,, Paris 1830 - (Codice AN2870) In 4º (33,5x25,5 cm) 4 pp. (texte) et 36 planches gravées sur cuivre dont 35 acquarellées. Mesure de la cuvette cm 38x32; mesure de la gravure cm33x28 environ. Mince tache d'encre en marge de la carte 18 (Afrique), très légères jaunissures plus remarquables à la carte 13 seulement (Espagne et Portugal) tandis que la carte 27 "Espagne Antique" est en parfait état. Ex-libris héraldique: monogramme "C D" à sec contrecollé à l'intérieur du plat. Reliure du temps demi basane muette un peu frottée, coins emoussés, etiquette au plat. Euro 700 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA ~ Tutti i libri subito disponibili. Descrizioni precise, consegna rapida con imballaggio solido. All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging ~

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        Handbuch der Finanzwissenschaft und Finanzverwaltung. Erster Theil Finanzwissenschaft. Zweiter Theil Finanzverwaltung

      Stuttgart und Tübingen, in der J.G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung 1830 - Ein Band in 8vo; XVI, 480, VI, 210 Seiten; grüner Pappband der Zeit, schwarz gedruckter Rückentitel, am Fuß schwache Spuren eines abgelösten Etiketts, kaum berieben oder bestossen, innen sauber und frisch, ein sehr gutes Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe. Teil I enthält den wissenschaftlichen und Teil II den praktischen Teil. Inama-Sternegg betrachtet es als einen bleibenden Gewinn für die Finanzwissenschaft, dass Malchus die Finanzverwaltung zu einem selbständigen Teil erhoben hat und damit zur Ausbildung des Finanzrechts Anregung und wertvolle Beiträge gegeben hat (Sauer 5/1968: 1884). Humpert 12067, Kress C 2584, Goldsmiths 26280 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le goût nouveau. Motifs variés.

      Paris and London, Tessari & Aumont / Ch. Tilt, [c. 1830]. - Folio. 24 numbered lithogr. plates. Later half calf with giltstamped spine label (original illustrated wrappers bound within). Marbled endpapers. Rare, exceedingly pretty series of Biedermeier costumes and hairstyles. - Occasional insignificant brownstaining; very appealingly preserved altogether. From the library of Duke Max Joseph in Bavaria (1808-88), father of Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Hiler 237 (coloured edition). Colas 860. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        GREAT BRITAIN ILLUSTRATED. a series of original views from drawings by William Westall, A.R.A.engraved by.Edward fFnden.

      London: Charles Tilt, 1830. - 8 1/2 x 10 3/4. Extra engraved title, vi, 118 pages + 59 plates showing 118 views. Fine contemporary embossed plaque binding of red morocco. The central emblem of Aurora in her chariot is surrounded by elaborate, dense floriate designs and a border; spine also embossed, with gilt tile at head. The binding is signed in the design; and there's an oval ticket at rear. Engraved title & last plate foxed, occasional light foxing elsewhere. The binding has minor rubbing at extremities, but is a fine, handsome, and very early example of Remnant & Edmonds' embossed plaques. In these bindings, also known as "Relievo leather," the highly polished morocco is embossed in a special, heavy press before the book is bound. Sharp, detailed impressions are achieved in a with a die and a counter-die. Remnant & Edmonds were award a Prize Medal for them at the Great Exhibition f 1851. These bindings allude to the 15th & 16th century embossed ones, as part of the 19th c. gothic revival. The bindings on the American National Portrait Gallery (see below) are an almost exact reproduction--much reduced- of this binding. Only the name "Remnant & Edmonds, and two figures in the medallion, and have been omitted. It seems likely the same die engraver was responsible for both. The large arabesque design can be seen in on their 1830 Album, illustrated in McLean Victorian Publishers' Book-Bindings in Cloth & Leather, p. 21. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Veatchs Arts of the Book, ABAA]
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        Great Britain Illustrated:

      London: Charles Tilt, 1830 The Large Paper Copy. In contemporary quarter maroon morocco, green marbled cloth, corners and edges a little bumped and worn. Spine has title in gilt, edges and joints a little worn. Internally, yellow endpapers, hinges strengthened, worm holes to bottom corner edges for first few pages resulting in some marginal paper loss, with the engraved additional title page, 59 leaves of plates, each with 2 views, tissue guards, occasional foxing, (vi), 118 pp. The uncommon large paper copy, 15*10.75 ins. (Avery 1096. Allibone 2654) Title continues: A Series of Original Views from Drawings By William Westall. Engraved By and Under the Direction of Edward Finden with Descriptions By Thomas Moule. Westall, painter, engraver, and lithographer, was always interested in the mechanics of print work. His lithographs of London and the aquatints for Ackermann of the Thames, the universities, and public schools are highly regarded. The steel-engravings for Great Britain Illustrated, first published in parts by Charles Tilt, brought topographical prints to a wide audience. A number of Westall&#39;s Indian views appeared as aquatints in Robert Grindlay&#39;s Scenery, Costumes and Architecture Chiefly on the Western Side of India, and his work appeared in the new print format patented by George Baxter (for example, The Pictorial Album, or, Cabinet of Paintings, for the Year, 1837 - for a full Bio see ODNB)

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        Chroniques Francoises de Jacques Gondar Clerc. Publiee par F. Michel. Suivie de Recherches sur le Style par Charles Nodier

      Paris: Louis Janet, 1830. First Edition. Velvet on Boards. Full Morocco Slipcase. Near Fine. 12mo. 16.5 by 10.5 cm. clvii, 44, [1] pp. With five hand-colored and illuminated plates, including title, plus illuminated devices and decoration elsewhere. While the plates are printed, the coloring and illumination is such that it is a fine simularcrum of manuscript illumination. This work is in fact a literary hoax, simulating a Medieval Romance but in fact penned by Michel and promoted by the extensive notes and annotations that follow the chronicles. The leaves are a light vellum, and this edition was issued with luxuriant, unusual bindings such as the navy blue velvet of this one.

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        BIELEFELD: Gesamtansicht - um 1830, Kupferstich, selten, 46x55 cm

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        Ansichten aus Griechenland.

      [Karlsruhe, C. Frommel 1830].. qu.-kl.-4°. Gest. Tit., 30 Stahstich-Taf. auf Chinapapier. v. J. Poppel mit je 1 Textbl. Spät. HLn.-Bd. Tit. etw. staubfleckig, sonst in sehr gutem Zustand.. Mit eh. Widmung des Stahl- u. Kupferstechers Jean Poppel a. d. flieg. Vors.

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      London. . 1830 - [6],[2 blank leaves],[18]pp. plus 146 lithographic plates (some folding). Elephant folio. Modern half blue morocco and cloth, raised bands. Some slight foxing in margins of a few plates. Overall internally very good. This important series of topographical views and illustrations of Mayan artifacts, based on drawings made in 1805-7 by the French captain, Guillermo Dupaix, is the fourth volume of Lord Kingsborough's monumental eleven-volume ANTIQUITIES OF MEXICO. It is by far the most desirable volume of the set, since it is the only one with topographical views of the sites as they appeared at the beginning of the 19th century. The handsome lithographs depict Palenque, Mitla, and other important Mayan ruins. In addition, there are lithographs of ancient Mexican sculptures from specimens in the British Museum. There are also plates depicting the GIRO DEL MUNDO of Gemilli Careri, including an engraving of the Mexican calendar taken from a painting once owned by Boturini. Other volumes of this work are sometimes found with colored plates; however, the plates in the present volume are never found colored (except for a few partially colored plans and the marvelous colored plate of the Mexican calendar taken from Gemilli's work mentioned above). This is the first publication of Dupaix's work, the most extensive series of views of the Mayan ruins to have appeared in print up to that time. His work was republished in a different format in Paris in 1833-34. The Kingsborough publication is the more lavish of the two versions, as well as having priority. A most important series of Meso- American views. SABIN 37800. RICH II:33.

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