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        Bauern Bursche & Bauern Mädchen aus Längries. - Jeune .. in Tracht, links i. Hgr. die Stadt Lenggries.

      . altkol. Lithographie aus Lipowsky, Sammlung bay. Trachten b. Hermann in München, um 1830, 25 x 20 (H). Lipperheide Dfc 6.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Das jetzt bestehende Provinzial-Recht des Herzogtums Schlesien und der Grafschaft Glatz

      . Im Auftrage des Wirklichen Geheimen Staatd- und Justiz-Ministers von Kamptz. EA. Max u. Komp., Breslau, 1830. XV/673 S., original Pba. (berieben u. bst./Kapitale ausgebrochen/StaV. u. Titel.). - Wentzel war Ober-Landes-Gerichts-Rath und Director des Königlichen Fürsthentums-Gerichts zu Neisse

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        Carta Esferica de las Costas del Brasil que comprende desde la Punta N. del Rio Maranon hasta Cabo S. Augustinen el Rio de la Plata.

      1830 - Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1830. Touches of original colour. 980 x 650mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia. A large and detailed sea chart of the coast of Brazil from Cabo de Santo Agostinho south to Cabo Frio. The lighthouses are marked in colour.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
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        Atlas historischer Karten von Europa.

      Berlin? um 1830.. ca. 27 x 30 cm. Hldr. der Zeit. Stark berieben.. 12 Kupferstichkarten in s/w. Ohne das Titelblatt. Nur die erste Karte (3 Ansichten auf einem Blatt), ist betitelt; Tabula omnis terrae habitatae ad mentem Eratosthenis et Strabonis expressa, Tabula terrae habitatae ad mentem Ptolemaei. Die Karten breitrandig und tadellos erhalten.

      [Bookseller: P. u. P. Hassold OHG]
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        Dresden. - Gesamtansicht. - Altstadt. - Täubert. - "Ansicht der Stadt Dresden von Neustadt aus".

      . Umrissradierung , alt koloriert, um 1830. Von Carl Georg Täubert. 33,1 x 46,4 cm (Darstellung / Einfassungslinie) / 40,5 x 48,0 cm (Blatt). Rechts unterhalb der Darstellung signiert "gez. u. gest. von C. Täubert", mittig darunter betitelt. Verlegeradresse: "Dresden bei C. Täubert, Wilsdruffer Vorstadt am See N°. 403". - Imposante biedermeierliche Ansicht der Dresdner Altstadt, mit der katholischen Hofkirche, dem Residenzschloß und der Frauenkirche. - Blatt auf einen Trägerkarton aufgezogen und im Passepartout montiert. Papier der Zeit entsprechend leicht gebräunt. Weitgehend unauffällige ausgelegene horizontale und vertikale Faltspuren. Obere rechte Ecke fachkundig restauriert. Insgesamt nocht guter Erhaltungszustand mit recht wohlerhaltenem Kolorit. Carl Georg Täubert (1778 Dresden - 1861 Dresden). Deutscher Kupferstecher und Radierer. Sohn des Kunfürstlich Sächsischen Hoftheatertischlers Johann Bernhard Täubert. Seit 1794 Schüler an der Dresdner Akademie bei Adrian Zingg..

      [Bookseller: Galerie Himmel]
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        (Compositionen für die reifere Jugend). Nationelle Fuhrwerke. No. 1-6.

      Wien und Leipzig, Trentsensky & Vieweg um 1830.. 6 ganzs. Lithographien mit Fuhrwerkdarstellungen, folio, ohne Einband (lose Blattsammlung).. Dekorative Darstellungen im Format (Blattgr.: 35,5 x 46 cm, Darstellung: 21 x 31,5 cm). 1. Der ungarische Weinwagen 2. Der Wallachische Frachtwagen 3. Die Polnische Juden - Pritschka 4. Der russische Postschlitten 5. Der französische Frachtwagen 6. Der englische Postwagen. - Alle Blätter in vier Sprachen untertitelt (deutsch-italienisch-französisch-englisch). - Sauber und sehr gut erhalten. Sehr seltene Folge (vgl. Kat.50, Sonderausstellung Hist. Mus.Wien (1977) p. 60, Nr. 137.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Reisetaschenbuch für Donaufahrer, oder geographisch-historische Schilderung alles Merkwürdigen an den Ufern des Donaustromes, von seinem Ursprunge bis Preßburg. -

      Wien: Anton Doll 1830,. vi Seiten, 1 Bl., 167 Seiten, 5 gestochene Tafeln (davon eine als Frontispiz), moderne Kart. unter Verwendung des Umschlagtitels, und 12 gestochene Faltkarten in kart. Kartentasche in Kart.-Schuber, 13 x 10,5 cm. Vollständig. Mit allen fünf Ansichten und den 12 gefalteten Segmenten der Stromkarte der Donau. - Der Nebentitel lautet "Der Donaustrom vom Ursprung bis an die ungrische Grenze mit seinen nächsten Uferumgebungen und allen Zuflüssen im größten Maßstabe auf 12 Bandkarten dargestellt nebst einem historisch-malerischen Taschenbuche. Mit 5 gestochenen Ansichten". - Der Schuber deutlich berieben und fleckig und mit verstärkten Kanten; die Kartentasche ebenfalls mit verstärkten Kanten und der älteren Buchhandelsmarke eines Wiener Antiquariats; der Textteil minimal eselsohrig und gering fleckig; die Karten teils minimal fleckig. Sonst und insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar auf gutem Papier und mit guten Karten..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn]
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        Captain Sir Christopher Cole, R.N. K.C.B. Colonel of Marines, &c. &c. &c

      London: n.d. but circa, 1830. Mezzotint, 522 x 404 mm., noted in the plate as "proof" at bottom left, small cut at the bottom and a tear in the right-hand side of the image repaired, but an excellent portrait. A fine mezzotint portrait of Sir Christopher Cole, an important naval officer and patron to King's long-serving companion of the Mermaid and Bathurst voyages, John Septimus Roe. A feint inscription at the lower left of the image notes that this is a proof copy. Sir Christopher Cole (1770-1837), Post Captain and Colonel of Marine, served as Flag Captain to Lord Hugh Seymour and to Sir J.T. Duckworth, relieved the garrison to Amboyne in 1810 and captured Banda Neira. He retired from the sea to represent Glamorganshire, and was made commander of the yacht Royal Sovereign in 1828. Cole had tremendous influence on the career of the great Australian cartographer and naval officer John Septimus Roe. Roe's first appointment was as the "schoolmaster" under Cole on board the Rippon, a vessel which saw service against the French. It was Cole who noticed Roe's skill at charts and drawing, and soon had the young midshipman not only making detailed charts for the navy, but also drawing sketches to be forwarded to Cole's "sweetheart", one Miss Talbot. Cole, together with Roe's other influential patron Sir Richard Keats, did keep an eye out for Roe, and the two men were involved in organising first his appointment to the Admiralty under Captain Thomas Hurd, and soon after, his appointment to the Mermaid with Phillip Parker King. One of the first times that Roe was allowed to name something he had charted while sailing on the Australian coast he plumped for "Cole's Island". The original painting of Cole was by William Owen R.A., and is here engraved by George H. Phillips. Owen had a prestigious career as a portraitist, and boasted a list of distinguished sitters. He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1806.

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        Le Chasseur au Tirer

      [Paris] 1830 - A fine hunting print after one of the greatest French horse painters of the 19th century Vernet was a member of a prominent family of French painters. His father was a well-known marine painter, but his son, Carle Vernet, rose to fame under the empire with his drawings of the Italian campaign and his paintings The Battle of Marengo and Morning of Austerlitz. Under the Restoration he was popular as a lithographer and painter of dogs, horses, racing and scenes of the hunt. His son Émile Jean Horace Vernet, 1789-1863 went on to become one of the most popular military painters of the 19th century. Here he depicts the French sport of hunting for small game, on horse-back, with the aid of dogs: a pointer indicates to his master where the game is, and the hunter, riding a horse trained not to shy at the report of a gun, fires over his mount's left shoulder. A second dog, a retreiver, awaits the word of command. Aquatint, by Debúcourt (expert repairs to margins).

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        Exerzir-Reglement für die Bürgergarde der freien Hansestadt Lübeck. -

      Lübeck: Schmidt 1830,. viii, 92 Seiten, 1 kolorierte Tafel, marmorierter Ppbd. der Zeit, farbiger Blattschnitt, 23 x 19 cm. Außerordentlich breitrandiges Exemplar. Enthält bis Seite 44 (erster und zweiter Abschnitt) zahlreiche saubere handschriftliche Ergänzungen, Änderungen und Tilgungen. Die Tafel zeigt die "Abbildung eines Quarre plein, welches auf der Grundlinie formirt ist". - Beigebunden: "Allgemeine Dienst-Instruction für die Bürgergarde der freien Hansestadt Lübeck" (Lübeck, Schmidt 1830, 8 Seiten). Mit gleichem, breitrandigem Satz. - Gering berieben und bestoßen, die Spiegel und Nachbarblätter gering fleckig. Sonst und insgesamt außerordentlich schönes Exemplar auf gutem Papier..

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        Ansicht der innern Seite des Brandenburger Thors zu Berlin. Vue de la fa facade interieure la Porte de Brandebourg a Berlin.

      . altkol. Aquatinta ( anonym ) v. ( Carl Stibeler ), um 1830, 8,5 x 14,2. Selten! Nicht bei Kiewitz; Nicht bei Ernst, jedenfalls nicht unter Stibeler. - Ansicht m. hübscher Personenstaffage und in sehr schönem Altkolorit. Blick vom Pariser Platz zum Brandenburger Tor mit den Torhäusern.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Nine books signed by Fillmore! From Millard Fillmore?s library, 10 volumes of ?The Modern Traveller,? geographical and historical descriptions and fold-out maps including Palestine, Syria, and Russia

      ?The Modern Traveller. A Popular Description, Geographical, Historical and Topographical, of the Various Countries of the Globe, Volumes 1-10, each 4? x 6.25?, 301-355 pages. Boston: Lilly and Wait, and Thomas Waddle, Philadelphia, 1830-1831. Illustrated. Brown calf binding rubbed and chipped, some with torn, worn and cracked hinges. Titled labels missing from five spines, one spine missing, tears on four spines. Foxing inside covers and on free-endpapers and flyleaves, some of which have separated from the binding. Text basically sound. Generally in fair condition.All but Volume I are signed ?Millard Fillmore? in pencil on foxed inside front cover; some signatures are light. Millard Fillmore has penned ?G-3? on each title page indicating library shelf location.Eight 8? x 8? fold-out maps are in seven books. Volume I Palestine; or The Holy Land (Palestine map) no spine, cover detached; Volume II Syria and Asia Minor Vol. 1 (Syria map); Volume III Syria and Asia Minor Vol.

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        TA., Grabmahl der Familie Plauzi, "Avanzi del Sepolcro della Famiglia Plauzia".

      . Aquarell ( anonym ), um 1830, 13 x 19,5. Das Grabmahl "Mausoleo dei Plauzi" liegt nahe der "Ponte Lucano"

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        Views in Philadelphia and its Environs, from original Drawings taken in 1827-30

      Philadelphia: C G Childs Engraver, 1830. Full calf. Good. 37 un-numbered leaves + 24 plates + 1 plan + additional engraved title page (includes a list of subscribers). 5.5 x 8.75 inches. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Full red calf binding with old professional rebacking. Wear at the joints, old brown linen tape hinge reinforcement. Wear at the corners and edges affecting some gilt decorations. Gilt hand tooled borders, with blindstamped tooling inside of that. Simple gilt rules on spine with title "Views in Phila-delphia" in gilt. Browing and foxing throughout. Leaf 12 with lower right corner chipped affecting 2 letters. Plate of the United States Mint frayed (probably loose and then reinserted). Plate with Penitentary Plan closely trimmed, resulting in very small loss at foredge. Complete per Sabin 99588. #29 on the Binder's Directions page notes "Lathe Work on the Cover - Embellishments." and offers credit to Fairman, Draper, Underwood & Co. and S. H. Carpenter. We believe this credits the engraving of the original wrapper covers (in parts) not present in this bound form. Other engravers credited include Childs, Steel, Cone, Tucker, Fairman, Hay, and Saulnier. Artists include Birch, Sully, Strickland, Reinagle, Doughty, Capt. Watson, Lehman, Clay, Raser, Haviland and Mason. Signature of Samuel Breck (one of the subscribers) on front flyleaf. Signed in ink twice by "Mary Plumstead 1830" on the title page and flyleaf and also "Mary Plumstead from her Uncle S. Breck 1830" on another page. Pasted onto front flyleaf is an engraving (cut from another source) of the Residence of the late Anthony Benezet No 115 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Full calf. "Cephas G. Childs, one of the foremost engravers in Philadelphia, born on September 8, 1793 in Plumstead Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, managed some of the earliest premier commercial lithograph firms in the city. Through his partnerships in the firms Pendleton, Kearny & Childs (1829-1830), Childs & Inman (1830-1833), and Childs & Lehman (1833-1835), along with his active pursuit of skilled artists and lithographers, such as Albert Newsam, P. S. Duval and Henry Inman, Childs facilitated the growth and popularity of lithography as a printing medium in Philadelphia." (Philadelphia on Stone Digital Biography) A nice example of early American illustrated books. Sabin 99588, noting it is "Improved title of Sabin 12731, Vol 4.

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        Album de la jeunesse

      Paris: Gide Fils, circa, 1830. Oblong quarto, with 60 engravings; some foxing, but a beautiful copy in original boards, professionally restored at the hinges, ex libris Paul Gavault. A very rare and beautiful French children's book, with wonderful Australian plates including six based closely on Clark's Foreign Field Sports. This work is not recorded by Ferguson, nor by Muir, and this copy belonged at one time to Paul Gavault, editor of the Gumuchian catalogue of children's books, and has his bookplate. Legrand's Album was a very fine production, and a relatively early one for books of this type; the chapters on natural history, whaling (with four plates), botany, ethnography, geography, and minerals, are profusely illustrated with 60 full-page engravings, including a double-hemisphere world map with geological features in the lower margin, and an astronomical chart with a pretty volvelle showing the earth orbiting the sun. Roughly a third of the plates, including six Australian scenes of Aborigines hunting and fishing, are drawn from J.H. Clark's Foreign Field Sports, originally published in London several years earlier, and it is evident that Clark's original descriptions were also used in translation in the accompanying letterpress.

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        Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe über die Lahn mit Weinstöcken im Vgr.

      . Gouache mit schwarz getuschem Rand v. Bleuler (?), um 1830, 33 x 45. (Im Himmel einige Stockflecken - getuschte Unterschrift beschnitten) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Schloß Stolzenfels mit Blick auf Lahnstein.

      . gouachierte u. eiweißgehöhte Aquatinta v. Sigismond Himely n. Louis Bleuler, um 1830, 20 x 30. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Rheinuferansicht mit Zollstelle und St. Martini.

      . altkolorierter Aquatinta v. Foppert b. Louis Bleuler in Schaffhausen, 1830, 12,5 x 16,5. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Polynesian Researches , during a residence of nearly six years in the South Sea Islands; including descriptions of the natural history and scenery of the islands - with remarks on the history, mythology, traditions, government, arts, manners, and customs of the inhabitants

      London, 1830. Two volumes, octavo, with portrait of Pomare, two folding maps, seven engraved plates and 16 wood engravings; frontispiece and title of the second volume a little stained, otherwise in fine condition internally; uncut in the original blue-grey boards, plain linen spines (numbered by hand) worn, small splits to joints. Redeeming the character of the island missionaries. Second edition: one of the most important works on the history and ethnology of the Society Islands, by one of the most perceptive of the missionary travellers in the Pacific. This is 'une des sources les plus abondantes pour l'histoire de l'ancien Tahiti…' (O'Reilly-Reitman). The work begins with Ellis' account of his voyage in which he visited Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, and New Zealand. He was in Tahiti from 1816 to 1822, during which time very little seems to have escaped his notice. A very popular and influential work, its publication 'went far to redeem the character of missionaries in the eyes of those who had thought of them as ignorant and narrow minded men' (Hill). After his time in Tahiti Ellis went on to Hawaii; he published his works on both islands once he was back in England.

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        De cellulis antherarum fibrosis nec non de granorum pollinarium formis commentatio phytotomica

      Breslau: Grueson, 1830. <p>Purkyne, Jan Evangelista (1787-1869). De cellulis antherarum fibrosis nec non de granorum pollinarium formis commentatio phytotomica. 4to. viii, 58pp. 18 lithographed plates, each with several figures. 258 x 205 mm. Original boards, original printed label on cover, slight wear. Light foxing & browning but very good. Signatures on endpaper. Breslau [Wroclaw]: Grueson, 1830.</p><p>First Edition. Purkyne anticipated Brown&#146;s discovery of the cell nucleus, and was acknowledged by Brown to have done so in his 1831 account before the Linnean Society, published at large in 1833 (see Garrison-Morton 109). &#147;Stimulated by his colleague A.W. Henschel, Purkyne studied plant structures, mainly the elastic fibrous cells of the anthers and the form of the pollen and spores in relation to the mechanism of their dispersion. In his extensive comparative study, combining anatomy with physiology, he distinguished structural types, and drew attention to mechanical factors and the role of cells in the differentiation of plant tissues. His dynamic concept was recognized mainly by French botanists&#148; (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). Morton, History of Botanical Science (1981), p. 376. Pritzel 7368. </p>

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        Mit drei Zwischenüberschriften.

      o.O., ca. 1830.. 27 x 23 cm. 20 S. "Mit Titel und 5 Tafeln in Steindruck von W. Lindenschmidt" (Lentner). Lithogr. OBroschur.. Nicht bei Maillinger und Pfister! Lentner 14653: "Ausserordentlich seltener, nicht im Handel erschienener Gelegenheitsdruck". - Die Ãœberschriften lauten: "Was vor der Sendlinger Schlacht geschah"; "Die Schlacht bei Sendling"; "Was nach der Schlacht bei Sendling geschah". Der vorletzte Satz des dritten Abschnitts lautet: " ... die tiefe Ehrfurcht vor den Tugenden des Landmannes im schlichten Lodenrock ließen mich das Bild malen, welches die Schlacht bei Sendling vorstellt." Das legt als Verfasser und Herausgeber dieses Heftes ebenfalls W. Lindenschmidt nahe, der von Lentner als Lithograph genannt wird (s.o.). Die Lithographie auf dem Umschlag zeigt Waffen und Fahnen der Bauern, gebündelt von einem Bauerngürtel. Die fünf dem Text beigebundenen Lithographien zeigen: 1. "Abbildung des Wandgemäldes an der Kirche zu Sendling", nach Lindenschmidts Gemälde. 2. "Ein Schütze", in Tracht des Oberlandes, mit seinem Stutzen stehend auf einem Felsen, nach P. Heß. 3. "Erstürmung des rothen Thurms auf der Isarbrücke bey München i.J. 1705", im Hintergrund die Frauentürme (Lentner 14651: "Sehr selten!"). 4. "Kampf der bayer'schen Bauern mit der Ungar'schen Reiterey i.J. 1705" (Lentner 14652). 5. "Todtenfeier der bei Sendling gefallenen Bayern, veranstaltet durch die Zimmerleute der Vorstadt Au i.J. 1830", ausführlich beschrieben am Schluß des dritten Abschnitts. - Einband leicht gebräunt und fleckig. Bindung gelockert.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        "Residenz-Stadt München". Gesamtansicht von der Haidhauser Höhe über die Isar. Am Ober- und Unterrand jeweils 5 Ansichten Münchner Sehenswürdigkeiten.

      . Kupferstich von Schleich nach Heinrich Adam, um 1830, 28 x 36,5 cm.. Slg. Proebst 131; Lentner 13731: "Seltener Prospekt mit der Adresse von J. M. Hermann in München". - Die Randansichten zeigen Nationaltheater, Jesuitenkirche, Residenz, Alte Rathaus, Glyptothek, Nymphenburg, Sendlinger Tor, Königsbau, Isartor, Schleissheim.

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        Album de la jeunesse.

      Gide Fils, circa, Paris 1830 - Oblong quarto, with 60 engravings; some foxing, but a beautiful copy in original boards, professionally restored at the hinges, ex libris Paul Gavault. A very rare and beautiful French children's book, with wonderful Australian plates including six based closely on Clark's Foreign Field Sports. This work is not recorded by Ferguson, nor by Muir, and this copy belonged at one time to Paul Gavault, editor of the Gumuchian catalogue of children's books, and has his bookplate. Legrand's Album was a very fine production, and a relatively early one for books of this type; the chapters on natural history, whaling (with four plates), botany, ethnography, geography, and minerals, are profusely illustrated with 60 full-page engravings, including a double-hemisphere world map with geological features in the lower margin, and an astronomical chart with a pretty volvelle showing the earth orbiting the sun. Roughly a third of the plates, including six Australian scenes of Aborigines hunting and fishing, are drawn from J.H. Clark's Foreign Field Sports, originally published in London several years earlier, and it is evident that Clark's original descriptions were also used in translation in the accompanying letterpress. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VIDA DE NAPOLEON BONAPARTE

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1830. 16.5 x 10.5 cm. 304 + 336 + 324 + 334 + 264 + 424 + 220 + 230 + 336 pag. Pasta espanola Precedida de un bosquejo preliminar de la Revolucion Francesa. Traducida libremente al espanol por M.L.y adornada con dos laminas, consta de 9 volumenes. Magnifica Obra de la Vida de Napoleon.Dificil en comercio.Ref 8.5 Biblioteca A.

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        Gesamtans., Ehrenbreitstein, "Feste Ehrenbreitstein".

      . Lithographie v. Engelmann n. Lasinsky, dat. 1830, 36,5 x 49,8.

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        Gesamtans., "Vallee d' Interlachen".

      . Lithographie v. Joly aus Engelmann, um 1830, 42,5 x 58,5. Seltene Ansicht. - Die Figuren X. Leprince.

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        Gesamtans., rechts der Main, im Vordergrund der Weinmarkt, "Vue de Francfort.".

      . Lithographie a. a. Chinap. v. Engelmann n. Howen, um 1830, 19 x 28,5.

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        TA., Eschenheimer Tor, m. Teilansicht, "Vue prise aux Environs de Francfort".

      . Lithographie a. a. Chinap. v. Engelmann n. Howen, um 1830, 19 x 28,5.

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        The Little Enquirer. Or, Instructive Conversations for Children from Five to Six

      London: Harvey and Darton, 1830. 16mo, vii 76pp, 4 pp advertisements, engraved frontispiece, folding map of the hemispheres, and five other engraved plates, all hand coloured; attractive original marbled boards rebacked with green sheep, gilt title, a little scuffed but very good. Rare: an attractive item of juvenile literature with reference to New Holland and including an intriguing plate and description of the wombat, ultimately derived from David Collins&#39; Account of the English Colony, as well as a charming folding double-hemisphere map with an odd shaped New Holland and Botany Bay. Written as a series of conversations between mother and child, the work provides a remarkable perspective of the colony at the time: &#39;people who steal or do wicked things in this country [England], are sometimes sent there, away from all their friends, as a punishment, and there they are made to work hard…&#39;. The attractive hand-coloured plate depicting a wombat is another highlight. A section of the accompanying text reads: &#39;I have here a drawing for you, of a curious animal called a wombat, which was discovered in an island close to New Holland. It is about the size of a large dog.&#39; &#39;What an ugly looking animal! How was it caught?&#39; &#39;Why, the man who saw it ran after it, and as it does not run very fast he soon caught it, and lifting it up laid it upon it back across his arm, like a little child.&#39; Like the plate, the spurious assumption that the wombat is a slow beast also derives from the text of Collins&#39; work: rather, the wombat is said to reach speeds of around 40 km/h, near enough to the peak speed of Usain Bolt. Quaker publishers William Darton and Joseph Harvey were well known for juvenile literature, a genre which grew greatly in the first half of the twentieth century. They also published anti-slavery literature and the present volume reflects their abolitionist sympathies: &#39;It signifies very little what our faces are, if we are good, and do our duty.&#39; Copies of this work are uncommon. Despite having some Australian content and interest, it was not known to Ferguson, although a copy is now recorded in the Mitchell Library.

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        Voyage aux Iles de la Mer du Sud , en 1827 et 1828, et Rélation de la Découverte du Sort de La Pérouse

      Paris: Pillet, 1830. Two volumes, octavo, three lithographic plates (two folding) and chart of the island of Mannicolo; a little foxing yet excellent, unopened in original green printed wrappers, housed in folding cloth case. A very appealing copy of the first French edition of the voyage which solved the riddle of La Pérouse, unopened in the original printed wrappers. Forty years after the disappearance of La Pérouse, Peter Dillon, a sandalwood trader, called at the Solomon Islands. When a silver sword guard was shown to him, he suspected that he might have accidentally discovered the solution of a mystery that had tormented the French for decades. At Vanikoro he found many relics including a portion of the stern of the Boussole, ships&#39; bells stamped &#39;Bazin m&#39;a fait&#39;, monogrammed silver, metal fragments and mill stones known to have been aboard. One islander (shown here on a folding plate) had a glass piece from a thermometer in his nose. In recognition of his discovery Dillon was made a Chevalier of the Légion d&#39;Honneur, his expenses defrayed and he was granted a pension. His book was commercially successful, appearing in English and French editions promptly and eventually in a number of translations. Aside from the startling discovery of the fate of La Pérouse, Dillon&#39;s narrative is a classic account of the south Pacific in the 1820s. Hocken describes the author as &#39;a splendid specimen of a wild Irishman and seaman&#39; and his narrative reflects the excitement and dangers of a sole trader in the south Pacific during this era. It is rich in descriptions of Australia and New Zealand, where Dillon was active as a trader and entrepreneur for many years. The fine and dramatic plates are reproduced from the first English edition of 1829, and were prepared by Godefroy Englemann who developed the process of chromolithography. Interestingly, the publisher Pillet also issued the official account of the Freycinet voyage, and that work is advertised here in the publisher&#39;s notice at the end of the second volume.

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        Gesamtansi. üb. d. Rh., rechts die Schiffbrücke, "Vue de la Ville de Manheim et de ses environs.".

      . gouachierte Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Salathe n. Federle b. Bleuler, um 1830, 18,8 x 28,4. Blatt 48 der berühmten ( mittleren ) Rheinserie bei L. Bleuler.

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        Gesamtansicht ('Vue De La Ville De Mayance Et De Ses Environs').

      . gouachierte Aquatinta v. Friedrich Salathe n. Louis Bleuler b. Louis Bleuler in Schaffhausen, um 1830, 19 x 28,5. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Loreley ('Vue Des Rochers De Lourley Et De La Peche Des Saumons').

      . altgouachierte u. eiweißgehöhte Aquatinta in prachtvollen Farben v. Friedrich Salathe n. Egidius Federle b. Louis Bleuler in Schaffhausen, um 1830, 19 x 28,5. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Gesamtans., "Vue de la ville de vieux Brisach".

      . Aquatinta v. Salathe n. Federle b. L. Bleuler, um 1830, 18,8 x 28. Blatt 45 der berühmten Rheinansichtenserie b. L. Bleuler.

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        LETTERS ON THE WEST INDIA QUESTION; addressed to the Right Honourable Sir George Murray, G.C.B., M.P. colonial secretary, &c. &c. by Presbyter. Author inscribed.

      London, T. and G. Underwood, 1830.FIRST EDITION 1830, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR, 8vo, approximately 220 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5½ inches, pages: vi, (2), 9 - 124, LACKING 15 PAGES OF AUTHOR'S NOTES AFTER THE END OF THE TEXT, attractive contemporary binding in full calf, decorative gilt border and rules to covers, skilfully rebacked with original backstrip laid on, gilt ruled border around lettering on spine, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. A few minor marks to covers, spine a touch darkened, lettering very slightly rubbed, corners just very slightly worn, armorial bookplate of Hardy Bertram McCall and a tiny early binder's ticket (Dumfries) on front pastedown, an occasional pale spot to margins. A very good copy, lacking the author's notes as mentioned. A few copies were issued without the notes, possibly bound up as presentation copies before the notes were ready. The inscription on a blank following the front endpaper reads: "Miss Hardy From her Affectionate friend The Author - Ruthwell Manse, 22d September 1830." Rev. Henry Duncan (1774 - 1846) was a famous Scotsman, rector of Ruthwell a village and parish on the Solway Firth between Dumfries and Annan in Dumfries and Galloway. He was a great philanthropist and visionary, transforming the wretched lives of his parishioners by innovative schemes to restore their independence and dignity. Above all in 1810 he founded the first viable and efficient Savings Bank in a small building in Ruthwell which proved so successful that it was copied all over the country and he was known as the Father of the Savings Bank. He was also a passionate abolitionist and in our book he makes an attack on those British colonists in the West Indies who were ignoring the anti - slavery law which had been passed in 1807 and he also argues the case for the education of slaves. Sir George Murray to whom the letters are addressed was a was a Scottish soldier, a British Army officer and politician who at the time Duncan's book was published was Secretary of State for War and the Colonies. Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature, No. 26475. Sabin, Dictionary of Books Relating to America, Volume I. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        I Promessi Sposi. Storia milanese del sec. XVII scoperta e rifatta da Alessandro Manzoni.

      Passigli, Borghi e Compagni 1830 - 16° (cm.17) - Cc. (3) con occhietto, ritratto del Manzoni inciso dal Fournier e frontesp. inciso da Daverio, pp. 336, più 6 incisioni f.t. di C. Falcini. Mezza pelle del XIX sec., dorso con filetti e titolo dor. Alcuni leggeri aloni e piccole spellature al primo frontesp. per vecchi incollaggi e qualche leggera fioritura all'interno,ma nell'insieme buon esemplare. Rarissima edizione fiorentina del capolavoro manzoniano, che segue di 3 anni l'edizione originale. (Parenti, 58). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Walker&#39;s Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language

      Belfast: Simms & M&#39;Intyre, 1830. Octavo, fine in contemporary gilt-ruled diced russia, spine in raised bands, expert repairs to front joint, a very attractive copy. From the Library of a Founding Father of South Australia. An attractive copy of a phonetic dictionary from the library of George Fife Angas, with his signature in full to the front endpaper. Angas (1789-1879) was chairman of the South Australian Company and a pivotal figure in the foundation and settlement of the colony. In 1850 he emigrated to South Australia and settled in the Barossa where he was soon elected a representative in the Legislative Council. His son, George French Angas, travelled widely throughout Australia and New Zealand working as a topographic artist, later publishing important lithographic albums of his work. In addition to his important role in Australian history, George Fife Angas was involved in a number of other benevolent schemes and missionary projects, including early missions to the Aborigines of South Australia. Speculation in the Honduras mahogany trade alerted Angas to the abuses of the West Indian slave-trade and in the early 1820&#39;s he lent his support, and then considerable resources, to the prominent abolitionists William Wilberforce and Zachary Macaulay. Angas died in 1879 in the Barossa settlement of Angaston, so named in his honour. From the Collection of Robert Edwards.

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        Ansicht der Isola Bella am Lago Maggiore

      . Kupferstich auf Papier. Inschrift unter der Darstellung: 'ISOLA BELLA/ Angekauft vom Säch?. Kunstvereine und bey der Verloosung 1830. gewonnen von Herrn J.A. Träger in Leipzig./ auf N° 213./ 1 Elle 1 Zoll breit. 21 Zoll hoch.'. Sigantur der Künstler: 'Gem. v. Goldstein' & 'Gest.v. Hammer'. Papier: 26,0 cm x 31,7 cm. Platte: 22,7 cm x 28,2 xm. Darstellung: 17,1 cm x 22,4 cm. Professionell unter säurefreiem Museumspassepartout montiert.. Auf dem Stich zeigt sich die Isola Bella im Lago Maggiore, im Vordergrund mit figürlichen Darstellungen mit Leben versehen, im Hintergrund mit den imposanten Alpengipfeln und auftürmenden Wolkengebilden in eine imposante Szenerie gerückt.

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        The Present State of Australia; a Description of the Country, its Advantages and Prospects, with reference to Emigration: and a particular account of the manners, customs, and conditions of its aboriginal inhabitants

      London: Smith, Elder and Co, 1830. Octavo, in half red morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Important account of NSW Aborigines in the 1820s. First edition: an uncommonly fine copy of an influential account of the Australian colonies, and one of the most important early works devoted to the Aborigines of New South Wales. Dawson, a friend of John Macarthur Jnr., was appointed the Chief Agent of the Australian Agricultural Company in 1825, and over the following three years led various expeditions in remote New South Wales. In this account of his travels he discusses agricultural and pastoral activity throughout the continent and gives a good description of Moreton Bay in its earliest years. However, while written in the style of an emigration guide, Dawson&#39;s real interest is quite clearly in the Aboriginal tribesmen and women he had met during his extensive inland travels, and his work is an exceptional and very early eyewitness account of the Aborigines of Sydney, Newcastle, and most particularly Port Stephens.

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        He mau Himeni Hawaii: he mea hoolea&#39;i i ke Akua mau, ia Iehova

      Oahu: Na na Misionari I Pai, 1830. Duodecimo, 108 pages, dusted and a little foxed, neat stamp to verso of title-page; a good copy in modern quarter buckram over paper boards, leather spine label. An attractive and early work printed at the famous Mission Press in Oahu: the title translates as "Hawaiian Hymns, praising the true God, Jehovah." The first press in Hawaii had been set up by Elisha Loomis in 1822, and although titles were printed in very large print runs, surviving examples from the first decade of Hawaiian printing are now very scarce. This is the fifth edition of this work, which includes 100 hymns, numbered in Roman numerals. Although reset, the work closely follows the fourth edition of 1828, which was the first to include 100 hymns (see Forbes 692). Hiram Bingham - who was repsonsible for the translations into Hawaiian - had written of the fourth edition that these &#39;are partly translations of favorite hymns in use in our churches, partly paraphrases or translations from select passages of scripture poetry and partly original, intended to bring home the invitations, doctrines and duties of the Gospel, to exhibit the character of God, the beauty and excellence of the Redeemer and in various forms to express the feelings of piety in the language of penitence, faith, hope, joy, gratitude, praise, supplication and adoration.&#39;.

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        He mau Himeni Hawaii: he mea hoolea'i i ke Akua mau, ia Iehova

      Na na Misionari I Pai, Oahu 1830 - Duodecimo, 108 pages, dusted and a little foxed, neat stamp to verso of title-page; a good copy in modern quarter buckram over paper boards, leather spine label. An attractive and early work printed at the famous Mission Press in Oahu: the title translates as "Hawaiian Hymns, praising the true God, Jehovah." The first press in Hawaii had been set up by Elisha Loomis in 1822, and although titles were printed in very large print runs, surviving examples from the first decade of Hawaiian printing are now very scarce. This is the fifth edition of this work, which includes 100 hymns, numbered in Roman numerals. Although reset, the work closely follows the fourth edition of 1828, which was the first to include 100 hymns (see Forbes 692). Hiram Bingham - who was repsonsible for the translations into Hawaiian - had written of the fourth edition that these 'are partly translations of favorite hymns in use in our churches, partly paraphrases or translations from select passages of scripture poetry and partly original, intended to bring home the invitations, doctrines and duties of the Gospel, to exhibit the character of God, the beauty and excellence of the Redeemer and in various forms to express the feelings of piety in the language of penitence, faith, hope, joy, gratitude, praise, supplication and adoration.'. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Chiem See. 23 Stunden von München entfernt, hält 27248 Tagwerk entworfen vom Obersten von Riedl.

      Altkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte mit Grenz- und Flächenkolorit von Johannes Lehmann. (Erneuerte Ausgabe von J. G. Löffler in München).. Ca. 43 x 56 cm (Darstellung), ca. 55,5 x 78 cm (Blattformat).. Zuerst erschienen in Adrian von Riedl: Stromatlas von Bayern; See No. 3. Hier aus der späteren Auflage von 1830. Breitrandig.

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        The Butterfly&#146;s Ball.

      D. Carvalho, 74 Chiswell Street. 1830 - 12pp. Printed on one side only. Illustrated with Twelve hand coloured wood cuts as issued . The book is made of 12 unnumbered coloured plates, each followed by explanatory text. LACKING original wrappers. Bound in half leather with marble boards and a leather title. There is one copy listed on COPAC which is held at the Bodleian Library.They suggest a date of 1830. Besides lacking the original wrappers and the last page being a little frayed, with the odd minor handling mark, the pages are very fresh and generally it is in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Handleiding Tot de Schrijfkunst, Naar Vaste Regelen, met Aanwijzing Van de Meest in Het oogvallende Afwijkingen. Uitgegeven Door De Maatschappij Tot Nut Van &#39;t Algmeen

      1830. Leyden, Deventer, Groningen, D. du Mortier en Zoon, J. de Lange, J. Oomkens, 1830. 8vo. Titlepage, (ii),84pp. With 7 folding plates. Original blue paper wrappers, slightly worn. Some dark stains (glue?) on endpapers, titlepage a bit stained and the usual light foxing but else a nice and clean copy. First edition. The same year the same work was published in a smaller size, 16mo, with 112 plates. Schoolbook for the writing lessons, after the latest scientific methods, composed on behalf of the Dutch educational society Maatschappy Tot Nut van &#39;t Algemeen. Not only the art of writing is extensively treated, but also all writing materials like vellum, paper, different kinds of inks, pens, etc., including their preparation, conservation and restauration. The plates show various types of calligraphic specimens, the use of the ruler, the cutting of pens, etc. [c.f. Saakes 9 (1832); Muller 21 (1820), Not in Bonacini].

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        The Friend of Australia; or, a Plan for exploring the Interior , and for carrying on a survey of the whole continent of Australia

      London: Hurst, Chance and Co, 1830. Octavo, with a large folding map and five double-page handcoloured aquatint plates; a very good copy in early brown half calf, morocco spine label chipped, expertly rebacked with most of original spine laid down, an appealing copy from the library of Henry White of Belltrees with his bookplate. The delights of inland exploration. Scarce first edition of this eccentric but significant proposal for the exploration of the Australian interior, the supreme monument to the speculative geography of the 1820s and 1830s. Maslen, a retired English lieutenant who had served in India, presents an ideal of exploration including the discovery of a fertile and accessible land in the centre of Australia, and proposes idealised settlements there, all absurdly impossible but all lovingly described and illustrated on the map and plates. Maslen&#39;s discussion of his proposed expedition into the interior includes surmises about the probable nature of the local tribes, the types of flora and fauna, and the advantages of the camel in exploration. He goes into great detail regarding the design of new communities for the inland, built on principles of order and diversity. It is an extensive work, its glory the large imaginary map of the Australian continent, with a vast inland sea and &#39;The Great River, or, The Desired Blessing&#39;, whose delta enters the sea on the north coast. One of the beautiful series of plates shows the plan of his new townships while another proposes a flag for New South Wales. As it happens, it is also an important text in the question of European interaction with the Aboriginal tribes, not least because of Maslen&#39;s extensive but lunatic notions for their education and radical assimilation: he hopes that he can achieve this through his quite serious plan to educate Aboriginal children in Madras. Maslen also includes an interesting list of books on Australian voyages that he recommends, from Dampier to Flinders (noting of the latter that there have been so many requests that &#39;I think it would answer the purpose of any publisher to re-print a facsimile edition of it&hellip;&#39;). In fact the book is so replete with practical advice on every subject from cannibalism to a colonial aristocracy that it makes a curiously apt introduction to the whole subject of Australian inland exploration. Only 250 copies were printed (so states a Smith, Elder advertisement of 1833) but even this small edition did not sell and a proportion of the edition was converted into a re-issue in 1836, with new title-page and preface.

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        Alfred Dudley; or, The Australian Settlers

      London: Harvey & Darton, 1830. Duodecimo, with an engraved frontispiece and three plates; small ink stain on front endpaper, else a very good copy, in the original quarter red roan with marbled boards, mild wear to extremities. First edition: considered the first novel of Australia. This is an exemplary copy of the very scarce first edition, bound with the advertisements in the publisher&#39;s roan-backed marbled boards of the first issue. In the novel, the genteel Dudleys are forced to emigrate, whereupon they purchase several hundred acres on the Hunters River, where they grow crops and tend their "pet Merinos" which they had brought from France. Much of the action centres on their interaction with some of the local tribesmen and women, and the eponymous Alfred becomes particularly close to a small boy called "Mickie", adopting him as a sort of voluntary personal valet and assistant. At one point Mickie acquires an officer&#39;s cast-off uniform, the whole ensemble geared for comic effect (as the accompanying plate makes clear). There is illness, and adversity, and a lively description of the dangers of a kangaroo hunt, but on the whole the European settlers are enchanted with New South Wales. "This tale for juveniles is founded on the circumstances of a gentleman, with his highly-educated son, settling in Australia, and there for a long period cheerfully submitting to all the hardships and privations attendant on such a situation. The author&#39;s knowledge of Australian natural history and ethnology is chiefly drawn from The Present State of Australia, by Robert Dawson, late Chief Agent to the Australian Agricultural Company." (Ferguson). At one stage tentatively attributed to William Howitt, in his addenda Ferguson made a firmer attribution to Sarah Porter, on the basis of a trade list of Charles Knight. Ferguson also lists a frontispiece and two plates, for a total of three, rather than the four present here.

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        Designs for Ornamental Villas

      London: James Carpenter, 1830. Quarto, lithograph title and 96 lithograph plates; possibly lacking additional letterpress title (?), lithograph title foxed and minor foxing to some early plates, but otherwise a very attractive copy in modern quarter calf. Third edition of this classic architectural pattern book. Robinson (1776-1858) was a prolific and versatile designer of country mansions and picturesque cottages. In the present work he provides sixteen designs, some of which were executed, for twelve residences, two lodges, a garden house, and stables. "The range of styles represented perhaps was the most eclectic in British architectural literature to date" (Archer): Swiss, Grecian, Palladian, Old English, Castellated, Ancient Manor House, Modern Italian, Anglo-Norman, Henry VII, Elizabethan, Ancient Timber, and Tuscan. Each design is illustrated in plan, elevation, and &#39;Scenic View&#39;. Most of the scenic views were drawn on stone by J.D. Harding and printed on India paper. Of course Robinson&#39;s promotion of the cottage orné proved influential in Australia, where it became a popular architectural style with colonial architects (see Broadbent, The Australian Colonial House, p. 354).

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