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        Svenskt boklexikon.

      Åren 1830-1865. I-II. Sthlm, 1867-84. (4),995,(1) + (4),996 s. + Svensk bok-katalog för åren 1866-1940. Sthlm, 1878-1947. (8),331 + (8),437,(2) + (8),520 + (8),381,(1) + (8),341,(1) + (8),515,(1) + (8),705,(2) + (8),851,(1) + (8),898,(1) + VIII,824,1-219 + VIII,838,1-222 + VIII,918,1-226,(1) s. Sexton eleganta ljust gyllenbruna halvmarokängbd med breda upphöjda bind, guldpräglad och blindpressad ryggdekor samt marmorerade snitt (t.o.m. 1915) respektive övre guldsnitt, övriga stänkta (Hedberg, den första delen dock osignerad). Främre omslag är medbundna i hela sviten. Ryggarna med några helt obetydliga nötningar. Reva i marginalen på de sista bladen i "Svensk bok-katalog för åren 1936-1940". Linnströms "Svenskt boklexikon" är praktiskt inbunden i fyra volymer och med Gustaf Bernströms guldpressade pärmexlibris. Ståtlig svit ur Bengt Bernströms och Åke Anderssons bibliotek.. Almquist 140 för Linnström och 143-45 för de tre första volymerna av "Svensk bok-katalog". De tre sista delarna av "Svensk bok-katalog" delades upp i två pagineringsföljder där den första är en alfabetisk del och den andra en systematisk. Bland redaktörerna för "Svensk bok-katalog" märks Carl Broberg, Arvid Thelin, Alfred Victorin, Vilhelm Gödel, Axel Nelson, Carl Efvergren, H. E. Lagerqvist, Ruben Eriksson och Gösta Ottervik. Denna Sveriges nationalbibliografi utkom i tryckt form för perioden 1830-1985. Linnströms "Svenskt boklexikon" hade liksom en rad andra böcker med Gustaf Bernströms pärmexlibris hamnat i dennes bror Bengts ägo

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        "Norges Bevæbning"

      Litografi, 60x72,5cm Ant. Christiania ca. 1830-40 Dette store bladet gir assosiasjoner til den mye mindre plansjen (ca. 27x45cm) som medfulgte Lorentz D. Klüwers "Kart over Norges militaire Inddeling...", se Ginsberg nummer 47. Om vår plansje skulle medfølge noe kart vites ikke. Det store formatet og det tykke papiret som ikke lar seg brette, gjør at de fleste eksemplarene helt sikkert har blitt ødelagt.. Med fem lukkede rifter inn i arket

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        The Whole Art of Dress! Or, The Road to Elegance and Fashion at the Enormous Saving of Thirty Per Cent!!!

      London: Effingham WIlson, 1830. First edition.. Hardcover. Good. Yes. Small 8vo. vii,(1),100pp. Hand colored frontispiece, plus six lithographed plates. Modern quarter morocco, spine in six compartments with raised bands, leather lettering label, gilt; cloth boards; vellum corners; marbled endpapers. With the original wrappers bound in at the rear. Without the publisher' s catalogue, sometimes present. Title, frontispiece and plates lightly soiled and stained; the bound-in covers are darkened and badly rubbed. A good copy in a fine binding. None of the bibliographical references assign an author. The front cover shows a “swell” in front of a cheval mirror, surrounded by boots, hats, brushes, combs, etc. The rear cover shows a scruffy gent in a bookshop with the caption “I want The Whole art of Dress!” The plates are of pantaloons, stocks and neck cloths, ties, hats, boots, etc. Rare. Abbey, Life, 422. Hiler, p. 989. Colas 3075.

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        Annali d'italia dal principio dell'era volgare sino all'anno 1750... e continuata sino a' giorni nostri. edizione nuovissima. venezia, tip. antonelli, 1830-36.

      Sessantasei parti legati in 23 volumi di cm. 15,5, pp. 10.000 ca. complessive. Ritratto del Muratori inciso in rame all'antiporta del primo volume. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con filetti, titoli in oro e piccoli fregi a secco. Esemplare fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione.

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        Journal of a Tour Made By Senor Juan De Vega, the Spanish Minstrel of 1828-9 (2 Vols complete)

      London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1830 Through Great Britain and Ireland, a Character Assumed by an English Gentleman. Both volumes bound in old grey boards, worn and bumped. Paper spines with title in black ink to cream paper labels. Internally, bookplates to both volumes of Joseph Robertson Raines, 1831, (of Burton Pidsea) to feps. Volume 1, ffep has a presentation note to Raines by the author, B&W portrait frontis, (xi), [1], 416 pp, [8] - adverts. Volume 2 has some ink marks at base of ffep which has left a mark to titlepage, lacks half title?, (xi), [1], 402 pp, printed by Charles Wood and Son, People's Court, Fleet Street, Cochrane is the pseudonym of De Vega, both volumes text block uncut, the odd chip at edges. A very good copy of an uncommon book! (COPAC & Wolrdcat)

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        The guide to good works. 117 leaves. Paper-size: 17x10 cm.

      Persia, ca. 1830 231 pages of text in red and black ink, 15 lines to each,all in gold framings and with gold-illuminations in text on every page, some depicting leaves, others circles; on cream paper. Some margins with contemporary commentaries in red and black ink. Two full-page miniatures depicting scenes of Mecca and Medina. 4 large illuminated head-pieces. A large copy with wide margins bound in a contemporary full-leather binding with flap. Boards richly gilt. Rebacked on both sides and with a new brown botton on flap. Some minor wear to leaves, but mostly to the margins.. A charming manuscript in very fine condition

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        The Cabinet of Natural History and American Rural Sports: Volume I

      Philadelphia: J. & T. Doughty, 1830. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. Yes. First edition. Volume I. 4to. vii,[1],298,[2];pp., plus 24 hand-colored lithographic plates, and uncolored engraved portrait of Charles Willson Peale. Engraved title page. Contemporary calf boards, rebacked to style in matching leather, and with the original spine laid-in. Text is brown and spotted, the plates less so with very good coloring. Several pages have been expertly remargined at the fore edge (no loss) else this is a very good copy. Gift inscription on the front free endpaper dated 1832. Very rare and among the first American books to be illustrated with lithographic plates. The Cabinet of Natural History was started by brothers Thomas and John Doughty in Philadelphia. It was issued in monthly parts and ran from the end of 1830 until the spring of 1834 However, despite its relatively short life, it left behind an important legacy: Bennett calls it the "first major sport print color plate book produced in America," the text includes firsthand accounts of hunting expeditions of all kinds and are among the earliest of their kind. The plates include the "first colored sporting prints made in America" (Henderson), and most importantly the work includes a significant number of original lithographs by one of the great names in 19th-century American art. The first volume (made up of twelve parts ) was certainly the work of both Doughty brothers, with virtually all the plates being the work of Thomas. "Artistically, Vol. 1 is much the most important, for it contains the original plates by Thos. Doughty, famous painter and founding father of the Hudson River School" - Bennett. Indeed the plates in the later volumes are from a multitude of hands and sources. "The coloured plates are important - being the first coloured sporting prints made in America. There is only one earlier American book with coloured plates that I know of, and that is a treatise on Medical Botany - published in Philadelphia in 1817. Many of these coloured plates of animals and birds are charming, the colouring is soft, correct as to details, and all are well drawn" - Gee.

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        Sul commercio de?commestibili e caro prezzo del vitto. Opera storico-teorico-popolare

      Avignone, coi tipi di Chailleau, a spese d?un italiano, 1830. In 8vo; pp. XXIV, 246, 1 carta con errata. Esemplare marginoso ed intonso. Tracce d?umido. Bross. editoriale, titolo al piatto anteriore. Kress, 919: ?Published by the Tipografia Elvetica in Capolago?; Caddeo, 244; Pecchio, 267: ?Per l?erudizione storica, per la logica, per l?evidenza quest?opuscolo è degno di Verri?; Parenti, Dizionario dei luoghi di stampa falsi, inventati o supposti, pag. 31.

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        Cruchley's Improved Geographical Companion Throughout England & Wales Including Part of Scotland.

      London: G.F. Cruchley, 1830.. Map dimensions 96.5 65 cm, overall dimensions 99 x 67.54 cm. Large folding map of England and Wales, with original outline colour marking out the county boundaries. Very detailed tables to the left, lower and right edges listing towns and cities with their individual county names, market days, distance from London and populations in the census years 1801, 1811 and 1821. The whole dissected into 25 sections and mounted on linen, folds into original green marbled slipcase with publisher's label to upper board, matching marbled paper to folded end sections on linen verso. of map, one side with a publisher's advertisement. The slipcase slightly worn at the edges, though sound, some light offsetting to the map, but a very good example overall.

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        Neue Reise um die Welt, in den Jahren 1823, 24, 25 und 26. 2 Tle. und Anhang in 2 Bdn. Weimar u. St. Petersburg, Hoffmann u. Brief, 1830. Titel, XXII S. (Subskribenten-Verz.), 1 Bl., 191 S.; Titel, 177 S.; 34 S. (Anhang). Mit 2 gest. Frontsp., 2 gefalt. Kupferstichkarten und 1 gefalt. Kupferstichplan. Neue Hldr.-Bde. im Stil d. Zt.

      Engelmann S. 98; Embacher S. 177; Sabin IX, 38286; Koppel, Brasilien-Bibl. Bosch, 393; O`Reilly/Reitmann 843.- Erste Ausgabe. Seine dritten Weltreise in Begleitung von Eschscholtz, Lenz, Hoffman und anderen Naturforschern führte über Brasilien, Chile, Tahiti, die Pitcairninseln, Navigatorinseln, die Inselkette Radack nach Kamtschatka, von dort nach Kalifornien, zu den Sandwichinseln und über weitere kleine Südseeinseln, die Marianen und die Philippinen nach St. Helena.- 'K. überließ die Bearbeitung der wissenschaftlichen Ergebnisse dieser Reise hauptsächlich Emil Lenz, was den physikalischen, und Fr. Eschscholtz, was den zoologischen Theil anbetrifft. Lenz's Tiefseebeobachtungen auf dieser Reise sind epochemachend gewesen' (ADB XVI, 784).- Die beiden Frontisp. zeigen Eingeborene, die Karten Inselgruppen und Atolle.- Vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig, die Karte von 'Radak und Ralik' etwas stockfleckig.

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        Ansicht von Kiel von Schrevenborn (nach Hansen ?). Lithographie um 1830. 20,5 x 29 cm.

      Nicht bei Klose-Martius.- Selten.

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        Théorie des Nombres. 3. Ausg. 2 Bde. Paris, Didot Frères, 1830. XXIV, 396 S.; XV (I), 463 S., 16 S. (Supplement). Mit 10 Formel- bzw. Rechentafeln und 1 mehrf. gefalt. Kurventaf. 4°. Hldr.-Bde. d. Zt. mit RVerg. (leicht bestoßen).

      Poggendorff I, 406.- Legendre (Paris 1752-1833) war ein bedeutender Mathematiker seiner Zeit, welcher einige noch heute bekannte Theoreme entwickelte und u.a. unabhängig von Gauss 1806 die Methode der kleinsten Quadrate entdeckte. Die erste Ausgabe der vorliegenden 'Theorie der Zahlen' (1. dt. Ausg. Leipzig, 1886) erschien einige Jahre vor der Veröffentlichung von Gauss' 'Disquisitiones arithmeticae'. In dieser dritten, stark vermehrten Auflage, sind jedoch einige von Gauss' Ergebnissen verarbeitet und einbezogen worden.- Stellenweise papierbedingt gebräunt. Kleine Stempel auf Titeln.

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        Wales Illustrated in a Series of Views (North & South Wales)

      London: Jones & Co, 1830 Comprising the picturesque scenery, towns, castles, seats of the nobility and gentry. 2 Volumes, both uniformly bound in red half leather, red marbled boards with gilt tooling, corners and edges lightly bumped and worn. Spines, have raised bands, attractive gilt tooling, titles in gilt, edges worn slightly. Internally, 224 views on 112 leaves, both volumes have red marbled end papers, bookplate of the Chester Guild to fpd's, text block edges in gilt. Volume 1, engraved titlepage with frontis of The Menai Straits, ink name at head, repair to margins of the engravings list, not paginated (B-2B1), 99 pp, 44 leaves of plates, 2 plates per leaf, very minimal foxing. Volume 2, South Wales, with engraved titlepage with vignette of Arthur's Stone, ink name at head dated 1840, not paginated (2C-3O1), 68 leaves of text, 67 leaves of plates, mostly 2 per plate. A good looking set. With a book label of the Chester Guild.(COPAC. WorldCat)Despite his popularity as an artist, Gastineau relied heavily on teaching, both privately and at various schools, and this income was further supplemented by the regular contribution of drawings to topographical publications. These included eighteen subjects for T. K. Cromwell's Excursions in the County of Kent (1822), thirteen scenes for W. H. Ireland's History of Kent (4 vols., 1829–30), numerous views for Jones & Co.'s Wales Illustrated in a Series of Views (2 vols., 1830–31), and, as late as 1860, he contributed nineteen works to John Tillotson's Picturesque Scenery in Wales. See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        Arion. Sammlung auserlesener Gesangstücke mit Begleitung des Pianoforte

      Leipzig: Robert Crayen, n.d. (c. 1830). Two oblong octavo volumes comprising seven parts. (118); (120); (122); (122); (120); 120; (ii), 120; (iv), (124)pp. A collection of sheet music and lyrics for pianoforte gathered from a variety of composers, including Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. This set features wrap-around fore-edge paintings by modern British artist Clare Brooksbank on both volumes depicting an interior view of a European opera house. The first volume shows the view from the seats looking toward the stage with the crowd seated; the second volume shows the view in the lobby area with the crowd standing, perhaps at intermission. Lining the upper edges of these scenes are a total of twelve portraits of great composers: there are, in addition to Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, portaits of Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Purcell, Handel, Schubert, Wagner, Chopin, Vivaldi, and Bach. Brooksbank’s work is not usually signed, but this set bears her initials at the bottom left corner of each painting. The set is in a contemporary binding by Charles Hering of green morocco with gilt lyre device in the center of both covers framed by a tooled floral motif. The lyre device is repeated in three spine compartments. German-born Hering built one of the pre-eminent binderies in London’s West End and was quite active during the late 18th and early 19th century. His work is described by Dibdin as having “strength, squareness and good style.” Occasional spotting throughout, else nearly fine. Front inner hinge started in volume one, slight wear to extremities of both volumes. Overall, an attractive set in an unusual format, with an an ambitious and accomplished fore-edge painting.

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      London: William Pickering, 1830. 165 x 105 mm (6 1/2 x 4 1/8"). 30 p.l. (including the portrait), 252 pp. Contemporary black morocco (unsigned, but very possibly by Hayday), covers with border of three blind rules and with large complex gilt lyre centerpiece, flat spine with titling and curvilinear panelling in gilt in the Romantic style, gilt decorated turn-ins, all edges gilt, expertly rebacked, using original backstrip. In a blue buckram slipcase. WITH TWO FORE-EDGE PAINTINGS SHOWING ESHER PLACE, SURREY AND THE BRITISH MUSEUM, RUSSELL STREET. Printer's device on title page, frontispiece portrait of the author. Front joints and extremities slightly rubbed, minor tear in fore margin of one leaf, scattered minor foxing in text, otherwise an attractive copy, the restored binding entirely sound now, and the text clean, bright, and fresh. This volume contains the youthful poems as well as a 50-page biography of Henry Kirke White (1785-1806), who died of consumption while studying at Cambridge. The poems are in the Romantic mode, often strongly imbued with Christian fervor, usually exuding a love of life and the natural world, but sometimes shadowed by the prescient expectation of an early death. The volume ends with tributes to the poet, beginning with verses dedicated to him by Byron, who had a strong admiration for White. The two buildings featured on this double fore edge are shown with considerable architectural detail, and they have a great deal of historical interest. Shown on one side as it appeared in the 19th century, Esher Place in Surrey, whose tower still stands today, was originally built by William Waynflete (1395-1486). The building appears here as a massive castle connected by low crenellated walls to subsidiary dwellings. Waynflete rose from the position of headmaster of Winchester College to become bishop of Winchester and chancellor for Henry VI. An even more famous chancellor of England, Cardinal Wolsey, who served Henry VIII, also resided for a short time at Esher Place. In the other painting on our fore edge is a view of the British Museum. It is not the Greek Revival building of today, designed by Sir Robert Smirke, but the earlier structure on the same spot in Bloomsbury, which was leveled in 1842 to make way for the present edifice. This earlier building, known as Montagu House, was purchased in 1754 to serve as a museum. Our view of it depicts the building looming behind a low wall and amplified with the addition of the Townley Gallery built in 1804-08. The conjectural date of 1830 is perhaps corroborated to a degree by the historical facts surrounding the British Museum buildings, as it seems more likely to find a pre-1842 painting of an existing structure than a post-1842 painting showing a building that had by that time been demolished and that presumably was no longer thought to be architecturally pleasing.

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        A System of Drill for the Militia of Upper Canada

      York: Robert Stanton, 1830. Original boards, spine recased. Boards well worn at extremities, spotted and soiled, with a small nick (2 mm) to bottom edges of front board, paper edges browning, pages foxed throughout. Inscribed on the front free endpaper "To J___ B_____ from Col John FitzGibbon Commanding the 2 West York Militia". Tipped in under inscription is a hand written note on ruled paper identifying J. B. as Captain of the Militia in the county of Peel, 1834, the note being written, signed and dated 1936 by a relative of J. B. and covering another inscription in aqua ink, which has transfered some ink spots to the title page. Light pencil grid drawn on front pastedown, floorplan of building in brown ink to rear pastedown.. Signed By James FitzGibbon. First Edition. Boards. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo.

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        A New Series of Original Illustrations to All Editions of the Waverly Novels, Complete in 6 parts. "Proofs on India paper, before letter"

      London and Edinburgh: Moon, Boys, and Graves; Robert Cadell; J. Moyes. 1830-1833. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good +. Six catalogues of engraved proofs bound in three-quarter raspberry red morrocco with cherry red pebbled cloth, double ruled at the edges. Five raised spine bands, double-ruled compartments with gilt decorative tooling and titles. Folio measuring 17"x12", with etchings produced on thin India paper and mounted onto thick rag sheets. India paper measures 8"x5.5", with most of the actual image area measuring 3.75"x3". Labeled Parts I- VI, each section contains 16, 14, 16, 18, 16, 16 plates, respectively, totalling 96 plates in all. Exterior in very good condition with slight rubbing at the corners/edges, though boards remain bright and leather, fresh. Contents are very good +, with armorial bookplate of Clarence S. Bemens, a prodigious collector whose book now appear in many public and private collections. Each plate is protected with a tissue guard, and aside from occasional offsetting are bright and clean. A beautiful and scarce volume, probably bound about 1903. Heavy, may require additional shipping.

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      London: Printed by Charles Whittingham for William Pickering, 1830. The Complete 53-Volume Pickering Aldine Poets In Bindings that Have Hardly Ever Been Opened 159 x 102 mm (6 1/4 x 4"). 53 volumes. ESPECIALLY PRETTY POLISHED LIGHT BROWN CALF, ATTRACTIVELY GILT, BY ZAEHNSDORF (stamp-signed on front flyleaf), covers with gilt double fillet border and gilt Aldine/Pickering anchor centerpiece, raised bands, spines in gilt compartments with scrolling foliate cornerpieces and looping stem centerpiece surrounded by a diamond frame of circlets and tiny stars, each spine with a red and green titling label and (at the bottom) a red date label, elaborately gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. With 24 frontispiece portraits. Keynes, pp. 37-38. Spines uniformly faded to a darker brown, a number of small nicks or tiny scuffs to backstrips, slight offsetting from engraved frontispieces, but A FINE, AND IN MANY WAYS AN AMAZING, SET, the joints and remarkably bright covers almost entirely without wear, and the text pristine. In 1828 Pickering began to use the familiar anchor and dolphin device employed by the Aldus family of Venetian printers in the 16th century, and he had the same purpose behind his work as did his Aldine predecessors--to provide the public with well printed texts that were nevertheless obtainable even by a person of modest means. In 1830 Pickering began publishing his famous "Aldine Poets" series, a project that, with reissues, covered more than 20 years and involved the production of 53 volumes (not counting reprints), each carefully edited by one of a group of reputable scholars that included Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Alexander Dyce, and John Mitford. Our finely bound complete set is comprised of the works of the following poets: Mark Akenside (1 volume), James Beattie (1), Robert Burns (3), Samuel Butler (2), Chaucer (6), Charles Churchill (3), William Collins (1), William Cowper (3), Dryden (5), William Falconer (1), Oliver Goldsmith (1), Thomas Gray (1), Henry Howard (1), Milton (3), Thomas Parnell (1), Pope (3), Matthew Prior (2), Shakespeare (1), Spenser (5), Swift (3), James Thomson (2), Henry Kirke White (1), Sir Thomas Wyatt (1), and Edward Young (2). Zaehnsdorf almost never disappoints, and these retrospective full calf volumes are attractively designed and expertly done. The volumes open stiffly, and it's clear that they have basically remained unread since their publication.

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

      London: William Pickering, 1830. Half-Calf. Fine. Second Pickering edition, edited by Thomas Tyrwhitt (1730–86). Five octavo volumes (complete): [4],ccxxii,122; [4],354; [4],290; [4],348; viii,296pp, with two engraved plates, of the Canterbury pilgrimage and a portrait of Chaucer. Period forest-green half-calf, marbled paper-covered boards, spines in five compartments between raised bands with titles and volume numbers in gilt, top edges gilt, fore- and bottom edges untrimmed, marbled end papers. An excellent set, the bindings tight, the pages clean, bright and virtually free of foxing. A number of marginal, mostly two-word annotations in a very neat hand, in pencil (easily erased without a trace but of pedagogic value, particularly pointing out cases in which notes are to be referred to), in vols. I-III. Tyrwhitt's fame rests chiefly upon his edition of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, published in five volumes between 1775 and 1778. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, "Chaucer’s reputation had suffered because the principles on which his verse depends were no longer understood; it was Tyrwhitt who pointed out [expounded here at length in the Glossary in Volume 5] that final e’s (by his time mute) ought to be pronounced as separate syllables and that the accent of a word was often placed in the French manner (e.g., virtúe, not vírtue)." His scholarship is still held in high regard, and this edition of The Canterbury Tales is considered among the finest ever published. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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

      London: William Pickering, 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. Reprint. Full Morocco. Very Good. 8vo.

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        Pigot & Co.'s British Atlas of the Counties of England, with a Map of England and Wales, a Circular One of the Country Round London, to the Distance of Fourteen Miles; The Whole Engraved on Steel Plates, and Embellished with a Correct Graphic Series of Vignettes of the Cathedrals and Some of the Handsomest Churches in England: Accompanied by Topographical Accounts, Exhibiting the General Statisticks of Each County; Its Ancient History, and Modern Localities, and Divisions; Commerce, Manufactures, and Population; Tables of Distances, &C. The Entire Prefixed by Comprehensive Topographical Distance Tables, of the Principal Towns in Great Britain, &C. And an Itinerary of the Most Useful and Generally Travelled Mail and Coach Routes Throughout t

      London: J. Pigot & Co. 1830, 1st edition. (Hardcover) unpaginated. Fine. Folio. Illustrated with numerous hand colored maps inset with steel engravings of the churches and cathedrals of England. Includes a large beautifully coloured folding map of England, Wales and part of Scotland. Rebound in blue half calf with with brown marbled boards, two raised bands on spine and gilt tooling. New endpapers. An attractive copy of a rare book..

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        General View of Niagara Falls

      Original watercolour and bodycolour, within a thick black line border, with and integral outer 'frame' of grey wash, the title inscribed in white on this gray wash 'frame'. Gilt frame. 5 x 7 11/16 inches. 6 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches. A beautifully observed and typically detailed work from Nicolino Calyo in the classical Italian 'veduta' or 'view' tradition. Nicolino Calyo's work is well-represented in American museums and institutions, with examples at the White House, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the New York Historical Society, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Belmont Mansion in Nashville, the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore, the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Maryland and the Museum of the City of New York. Calyo was born in Naples, Italy, where he studied art at the Royal Academy. After some time travelling in Europe (he apparently lived briefly in both Malta and Spain) he emigrated to the United States in about 1830, setting up a studio initially in Baltimore. He left for Philadelphia and the north in about June 1835, arriving in New York in time to record the disastrous Great Fire of 16 and 17 December 1835 (two of the resulting pictures were later reproduced in aquatint by by William James Bennett [1789-1844]). Calyo subsequently made New York his home and the city directories from 1838 to 1855 all list him as either a 'portrait and landscape painter' or a 'professor of painting.' By the late 1840s his Italian-born son John A. Calyo (1818-1893) had joined him and they advertised as 'N. Calyo & Son,' historical painters and teachers. The original reason for his leaving Italy had been political, and given this background it is not surprising to find that his New York home became a gathering place for other European exiles (including the future Napoleon III [1808-1873]). Calyo apparently made one significant return visit to Europe, when he travelled to Spain (where he worked as Court painter to Queen Maria Cristina [1806-1878]), but he returned to New York in 1874 and remained there for the rest of his life. Calyo is best known for the watercolour and gouache views of American cities and landmarks (such as the present work) but he also painted scenes taken from the Mexican War of 1846-1848 and an enormous forty-foot panorama of the Connecticut River. He exhibited paintings at American Society of Painters in Watercolor in New York between 1867 and 1869. The style he employs is quite distinctive among American artists, and as Kathleen Foster notes, his Italian training 'dominates his method . . . conditioning his liberal use of gouache, which imparts an opaque, slightly chalky surface to his work, setting it apart from the English style of transparent watercolor more familiar to American artists of that period.' (Kathleen Foster in Philadelphia: Three Centuries of American Art [Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1976], p. 300) Literature: G.- G. Deak Picturing America,1988 J. Poesch The Art of the Old South, 1983 S.K. Johnston American Painting 1750-1900, 1983 R.J. Koke American Landscape/Genre Paintings in the New York Historical Society, 1982 T.E. Stebbins American Master Drawings and Watercolors, 1976

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        [Antigua] Vue de Cedarhall dans l'Isle d'Antigon auz Indes occidentales [Pl. 4]

      Basel, Switzerland: Birmann & Fils, au profit des missions évangéliques, [circa 1830]. Hand-coloured aquatint, engraved by Hurlimann after a drawing by L. Stobwasser. Very good condition apart from some very minor foxing and a few light pencil marks in the margins. 8 5/8 x 11 inches. 10 1/8 x 12 7/8 inches. A rare plate from the "Vues des établissements missionnaires fondés par la communauté évangélique des Frères-Unis." This superbly coloured print is one of a set of four plates depicting the various missionary establishments founded on the island of Antigua. Published by Birmann & Fils, Vues des établissements was intended to raise money for the missionary endeavors of the Moravian Church, a Protestant sect that was originally known as the Unitas Fratrum. In 1741, the Moravians founded its missionary arm, the Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel (S.F.G.), which began its activities in Antigua and other Caribbean islands in the 1760s. Founded in 1822, Cedar Hall, like Gracehill and Grac, was one of several Moravian churches established in Antigua during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.

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      Philadelphia: J. & T. Doughty, 1830-1832.. vii,[1],298,[2]; vii,[1],292,[2]pp., plus forty-eight colored lithographic plates, and uncolored engraved portraits of Charles Willson Peale in first volume and of William Bartram in second volume. Two extra uncolored engravings bound in. Engraved titlepage in each volume. Quarto. Contemporary three-quarter calf and marbled boards, spines richly gilt and with the name "John Paine" stamped in gilt at the foot of both spines. Spine and hinges repaired. Small old institutional ink stamp at upper outer corner of titlepage of both volumes. A few of the early plates in the second volume a bit wrinkled, but on the whole the lithographs are brightly colored and in very good condition, showing none of the spotting or browning usually found. Very good. The first two volumes of this very rare American sporting book, among the first to be illustrated with lithographic plates. THE CABINET OF NATURAL HISTORY..., "an amalgam of natural history, sporting accounts, travel narratives, and practical advice for the countryman" (Reese), was started by brothers Thomas and John Doughty in Philadelphia. It was issued in monthly parts and ran from the end of 1830 until the spring of 1834 when it ceased publication with an abbreviated third volume, not present here, containing but five more colored lithographs. However, despite its relatively short life, THE CABINET OF NATURAL HISTORY... left behind an important legacy: Bennett calls it the "first major sport print color plate book produced in America," the text includes first-hand accounts of hunting expeditions of all kinds and are amongst the earliest of their kind (some of which were reprinted by the Derrydale Press in 1928), the plates include the "first colored sporting prints made in America" (Henderson), and most importantly the work includes a significant number of original lithographs by one of the great names in 19th-century American art. The first volume (made up of twelve parts) was certainly the work of both Doughty brothers, with virtually all the plates being the work of Thomas, but by the time the third part of the second volume had been issued, the partnership had been broken up. Thomas had moved to Boston to pursue his career as a painter, and as of May 17, 1832, John Doughty was the sole proprietor. Evidently Thomas' input was sorely missed, and by mid-summer John was advising his subscribers that unless the level of support improved, he would have to discontinue the publication. In the end the periodical continued for almost another year, with some excellent images from artists such as M.E.D. Brown and James Goodwyn Clooney, before John Doughty's prediction was realized and the publication came to an abrupt halt with Part IV of the third volume. As a painter Thomas Doughty "holds a place unique among artists of this country as having 'initiated the American discovery of the American landscape'" (Looney). His importance as a print maker has yet to be fully recognized or adequately defined for though "there are many prints to which Doughty's name is attached as artist only, there are only a few for which he was initially completely responsible...These are the twenty-three lithographs made specifically for Volume I of...THE CABINET OF NATURAL HISTORY..." (Looney). "Artistically, Vol. 1 is much the most important, for it contains the original plates by Thos. Doughty, famous painter and founding father of the Hudson River School" - Bennett. "A mine of information on contemporary sport and natural history mostly in the East" - Phillips. "The coloured plates are important - being the first coloured sporting prints made in America. There is only one earlier American book with coloured plates that I know of, and that is a treatise on Medical Botany - published in Philadelphia in 1817. Many of these coloured plates of animals and birds are charming, the colouring is soft, correct as to details, and all are well drawn" - Gee. "It marks the beginning of dominance of lithography in book illustration..." - Reese. BENNETT, p.35. McGRATH, p.187. PHILLIPS, SPORTING BOOKS, p.69. HENDERSON, p.37. GEE, pp.48-49. REESE, STAMPED WITH A NATIONAL CHARACTER 12. HOWES D433. MEISEL III, p.404 (vols. I & II only). SABIN 9795 (vols. I & II only). WOOD, p.275. Robert F. Looney, "Thomas Doughty, Printmaker" in PHILADELPHIA PRINTMAKING (West Chester, 1976), pp.130-48. J.K. Howat, THE HUDSON RIVER AND ITS PAINTERS (1972), p.31.

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        La Divina Commedia di Dante Alighieri, with Le Rime del Petrarca

      Firenze: Presso Guiseppe Molini, 1830; 1822. Two 12mo. volumes. (vi), (892); (xxxiv), (498)pp. Both volumes feature engraved frontispieces and title pages. The Dante contains a colophon indicating that this edition was published on 24 March 1830, the same day on which a monument to Dante was erected in Florence. Both volumes are bound in nineteenth-century vellum, each featuring a hand-painted miniature portrait of the author on the front panel and a scene relevant to the author's life on the back panel. The Dante has a view of Florence, while Petrarch's villa is depicted on the back panel of Le Rime. Spines of both are divided into panels with decorative gilt rules and titles on red sheep labels, lettered in gilt. The Dante volume bears the armorial bookplate of William Hamilton Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury, and both volumes contain the booklabel of Estelle Doheny, the distinguished collector of fore-edge paintings and rare books. Aside from a touch of shelfwear to spine foot of the Dante, this is a fine, attractive set with distinguished provenance.

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      London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1830. First Edition. Hardcover. Africa; History; EXPLORATION; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; viii,475;xiv,501 pages; TRAVELS THROUGH CENTRAL AFRICA TO TIMBUCTOO; AND ACROSS THE GREAT DESERT, TO MOROCCO; PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1824-1828. Each front cover reattached with white linen hinge (graphic available). Otherwise of good apearance. Some minor foxing/spotting to maps- contents VG and clean. Contemporary gilt lined full diced calf leather, rebacked with calf & red and brown morocco spine labels. 2 folding maps and 5 plates (1 large folding- no tears) as called for- a total of 7 plates. Provenance (armorial bookplate) Lister Eila Carlisle. .

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        H.M.S. Royal Adelaide, 104 Guns

      London:. ca. 1830.. Large tinted lithograph Further captioned " To Admiral the Right Honble. Lord Amelius Beauclerk, G.C.B. G.C.H. Commander in Chief at Plymouth / This Print of Her Majesty's Ship Royal Adelaide, Guard Ship at that Port, is with his Lordship's permission respectfully dedicated by his Lordship's most obliged and very humble Servant, / Oswald Walters Brierly". Printed by Edmund Fry, London, & Edmund Fry Jnr. Plymouth.Image size 366 x 294 mm, with ample margins. Margins with some very light dusting. Overall a very nice copy.

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        A Geographical Description of Australasia comprising New Holland, Van Dieman's Land, New South Wales, the Swan River Settlement, etc. Including a faithful account of the First Discoveries, being the Cheapest, Most Comprehensive and Eligible Emigrant's Guide to the New Settlement on the Swan River hitherto Published

      Joseph NobleHull, UK:: Joseph Noble,. 1830.. A rare book, more so in the original printed boards, as this copy is. 12mo, 74pp, folding map. The first 35pp deal with the colony at the Swan River, now Perth, Western Australia. Rules & regulations are laid down by the Colonial Office, but more importantly it includes Thomas Peel's terms and conditions for emigrants choosing to settle his lands, including costs of passage & wages. Orig. tan printed paper over boards, spine expertly restored. The back board is an advertisement for "The Emigrant's Guide to the United States of America..." by S.H. Collins. Spine expertly restored. Ferguson numbers rather confused, but include 1348a; 1354; 1355; 1357; 1358 1363.

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        LA TEOMACHIA. Poema eroi-comico di EV....P...Y, recato in versi italiani da G.G.P.P.

      In-16 gr. (mm. 198x112), cartonato muto coevo, pp. IX,(3),199. "Edizione originale" della traduzione italiana. Cfr. Melzi ?Diz. opere anonime e pseudonnnime?,III, p. 136: "Il frontispizio ed il breve avviso al lettore furono impressi (l'anno 1842) dopo la morte del traduttore (G.G.P.P.: Giovanni Giuseppe Poggi, piacentino). La traduzione è in sesta rima, e fu stampata in pochi esemplari, alcuni de' quali tirati in varie carte colorate. Fortunatamente (attesa l'empietà del poema) non fu posta in commercio". "Evariste-Désiré-Deforge, visconte di Parny (1753-1814), poeta francese, ebbe grande successo col poema irreligioso e immorale 'La Guerre des Dieux', pubblicato nel 1799.. Operetta diseguale, nata dagli atteggiamenti anticattolici della rivoluzione francese, irride alle credenze religiose con una vena indisciplinata e volgare"." Cosi' Diz. delle Opere Bompiani,III, p. 721. Molto raro. Bell'esempl. in carta azzurrina.

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        The Geographical System of Herodotus Examined and Explained by by a Comparison with Those of Other Ancient Authors, and with Modern Geography. In the course of the work are introduced dissertations on the itinerary stade of the Greeks, The expedition of Darius Hystaspes to Scythia, the position and remains of ancient Babylon, The alluvions of the Nile, and canals of the Suez; The oasis and temple of Jupiter Ammon, The ancient circumnavigation of Africa, and other subjects of history and geography.

      2 volumes. C.J.G. & F. Rivington, London 1830. 8vo. Second edition, revised. XXIV+535 + VI+472 pages. With 11 large folding maps. Contemporary bindings of brown plolished calf with blindtolled decorations, gilt decorations to spine and black morocco title-labels. All 3 edges gilt. Slightly worn at upper spine-end of vol. II. Name on flyleaf in both volumes.. A most well-preserved set

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        FLOWERS OF INSTRUCTION: or, Familiar Subjects in Verse. Illustrated with copper plates.

      62, (2 index)pp. Illustrated with four full-page engraved plates dated 1820. Original printed wrappers. Little rubbed and worn; else a very good copy.Moon 86 recording her own copy inscribed 1830, and two others one of which was rebound.

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        The Life of a Lawyer. Written by Himself

      An absorbing fictionalized autobiography ostensibly written at age seventy-two, recounting the phenomenal rise of the author, who, orphaned at age four, becomes a law clerk, Lincoln's Inn bencher, Attorney General, and, ultimately, Lord Chancellor. Contemporary 3/4 calf over marbled boards, edges and endpapers, rubbed, the label lost, a bit strained, else a good clean copy. Saunders and Benning . . . 43, Fleet Street, London, 1830.

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        La sacra bibbia di vence giusta la quinta edizione del signor drach [..]. testo vol. i [-xvii]. dissertazioni vol. i [-vii]. milano, presso ant. fort. stella e figli, 1830-1840.

      24 volumi in-8° (cm. 21,4), elegantissime legature coeve in m. pelle con titolo e fregi romantici in oro ai dorsi, tagli a spruzzo; carte sempre in ottimo stato. Prima edizione italiana della Bibbia del teologo Henri-FranA'ois d'Orches de Vence e del rabbino convertito Paul Drach, dedicata all'imperatore Francesco I dall'editore Stella, volgarizzata in 17 volumi di testo su doppia colonna (latino e volgare) e arricchita di 7 volumi di dissertazioni. Un mastodontico lavoro decennale per cura di Bartolomeo Catena bibliotecario dell'Ambrosiana. "Biblica intrapresa"A [-i-Gazzetta Piemontese-/i- XLVIII, 276]. Cfr. -i-Biblioteca Italiana-/i- LVII, 313-320. L'editore avrebbe poi pubblicato un atlante in-quarto oblungo (qui non presente). Eccezionale esemplare.

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      Eller Samling af fædrenelandske Minder og Skildringer. 4 bd. (Det udk.). Kbhvn. 1830-33. Meget rent eksemplar indbundet i samtidigt helbind af olivengrøn helskind med dekorationer i guld- og blindtryk. Med ubetydelig aldersrelateret slidtage.. Beskæftiger sig hovedsagelig med Christian VI's tid, samt med bl.a. biografier over fremtrædende danskere som Saxo, Tycho Brahe, Bartholinerne, Ole Rømer, Holberg og A.S. Ørsted. Et planlagt 5. bind udkom aldrig. Bibl. Dan. III,8

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        OEuvres du comte de Lacépède comprenant l´histoire naturelle des quadrupédes, ovipares, des serpents, des poissons et des cétacés; du portrait de l´auteur et d´environs 400 figures, exécutés sur acier pour cette édition par les meilleurs artistes.

      Paris, F. D. Pillot, 1830-33. 10 volumes of 13 (volumes 5, 9 and 10 are missing). Illustrated with hand coloured steel engraved plates. 396 p. + 8 plates; 389 p. + 13 plates; 399 p. + 8 plates; 428 p. + 18 plates; 399 p. + 10 plates; 400 p. + 5 plates; 398 p. + 5 plates; 383 p. + 2 plates; 430 p. + 4 plates; 214 p. + 0 plates (volume 13 consists of a Table des matières and a Éloge historique du comte de Lacépède by baron Cuvier). Bound in 20th century blue half cloth . Exlibris.. The picture portrays part 1-4 of the entire series

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        G & BÖKLIN, P (utg.).

      Historiskt bibliotek. Utgivet i öfversättning. 1-10. Kristianstad, C.W.K. Gleerups förlag, 1830-36. 8:o. (4),+ 297,+ (2); (4),+ V,+ (3),+ 392; (4),+ 475,+ (1); (4),+ 414; (4),+ III,+(1),+ 204; (8),+ X,+ 242; (8),+ 212; (4),+ 250,+ (1); (4),+ 236; (4),+ 539 s. Liten fläck s. 349 i andra delen. Något nötta uniforma samtida hfrbd, guld- och blindpräglade ryggar, gröna snitt. 10 volymer. Allt som utkom. 1. Rysslands historia af Galletti; 2. Nordamerikas förenade fristaters historia af dr Ferd. Philippi; 3. Polens historia af Alexander v. Bronikowski; 4. Fristaren St Domingos (Haytis) historia af dr. Ferd. Philippi; 5. Tyska Hanseförbundets historia af dr. Kaushnick; 6. Konungariket Sachsens historia af K. H. L. Pölitz; 7. Columbiens historia af dr Ernst Münch; 8. De förnämsta munkordnarnas historia af Moritz Döring; 9. Spaniens historia af Alphons Habbe; 10. Englands historia i sammandrag af Goldsmith; från Julius Cæsars infall ill Georg II:s död, och fortsatt till år 1833

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        [18 plates to the eleventh volume of "Svensk Botanik"]

      [Stockholm] [1830-1843] Plate marks 14,5-22,5 x 9,5-13 cm. Whole sheets ca. 24,5 x 15,5 cm. Hand coloured engravings. No text. Fine condition.. Plates 757 -774 to the rare eleventh volume of "Svensk Botanik" (18 of the 54 plates to that volume). The work was published 1802-1843 cotaining 774 plates in eleven volumes. Most sets of "Svensk Botanik" lack the eleveth volume. "Svensk Botanik" is the greatest work on botany ever published in Sweden. The plates have a wondeful light nordic style of hand colouring

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        Monumenta runica, æri insculpta.)

      4:o. 119 grav. plr i avdrag från omkring 1830 av plåtar graverade omkring 1650. Lätt nött glättat mörkblått pappbd från omkring 1830. Blåstänkta snitt. Någon enstaka småfläck. Med Carl Jedvard Bondes formklippta exlibris. Fint ex. från Ericsberg.. Jfr Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 124-25 och Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 1623, noten. På ett löst bilagt blad med anteckningar från omkring 1830 återfinns verkets titel och en förteckning över de plåtar från vilka avdragen i föreliggande exemplar härrör. De som återfinns här är den så kallade lilla runtavlan och 118 runstensavbildningar. Klemming har skrivit om Bureus samling av runristningar i "Ur en antecknares samlingar": "Mot slutet af Bures lefnad blef det bestämdt att de af honom samlade runristningarne skulle stickas i koppar. I Kammar-kollegii protokoll för 10 april 1647 finnes härom denna anteckning: 'Kopparstickaren Sigismundus Vogel blef kalladt och med honom handlat, att vthsticka vthi koppar 200 st. runiska saker. Derföre lofwades honom tilhopa 180 rdr.' [...] Denna samling, som är i octav, har ingen titel, intet tryckår, inga rubriker, ingen paginering[...]. Huru många plåtar blefvo färdiga kan nu ej med visshet bestämmas; de äro sedan gammalt numererade, dock med luckor, ända t.o.m. 220, men flera än 203 olika stenar hafva icke funnits i de fem mer eller mindre fullständiga exemplar, som sedan gammalt varit kända". Klemming fortsätter: "I några nya aftryck af de merändels skadade plåtarna finnas 163 stycken; dessa aftryck besörjdes af Liljegren på 1830-talet." Föreliggande samling är ett av dessa. De innehåller varierande antal planscher, Per Hierta hade t.ex. 117 stycken i sin samling och Gustaf Bernström 163. Fiske saknade den helt i sitt omfattande runbibliotek

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        Mémoire sur la Dispersion de la Lumière. [As published in Nouveaux Exercices de Mathématiques].Prague: J.G. Calve, 1835-36.. First edition.

      The memoire in which Cauchy explained the dispersion of light from the undulatory theory of light, and first derived the equation, named after him, relating the refractive index and wavelength of light for a particular transparent material. This memoire was a continuation of his earlier work, of the same title published in Paris in 1830, and was issued as eight parts of his periodical 'Nouveaux Exercices de Mathématiques' (see below). <br/><br/> "The dispersion of light when passing through matter without getting fully absorbed, i.e., the variation of the refractive index <i>n</i> (which denotes the ratio of the velocity of light in vacuo to the velocity of light in matter) with the wavelength, always played an important role in the history of optics since the times of Isaac Newton. After the undulatory theory of light won over the corpuscular view in the beginning of the nineteenth century, Augustin Louis Cauchy proposed an explanation of the dispersion phenomenon, based on the assumption that matter consisted of molecules having finite distances from each other (Cauchy 1836). According to his theory the refractive index <i>n</i> increased with decreasing wavelength &lambda; of the light - <i>n</i> was approximately proportional to &lambda;<sup>-2</sup> - in general agreement with the data on what was later called 'normal' dispersion." (Mehra & Rechenberg: The Historical Development of Quantum Theory, Vol. 1, Part 2, p. 630). <br/><br/> "The first livraisons appeared successively during the year 1835, at Prague. The first is a repetition of the 'Memoire sur la dispersion' [Paris, 1830]. In the second, (besides other discussions) is contained the actual deduction of the formula for dispersion. In September, 1835, [Cauchy] circulated a lithographed memoire on interpolation, (a translation of which appears in the Journal of Science, Vol. VIII. p. 459) in which he gives a calculation by that method, of Fraunhofer's indices for one kind of flint glass, but without any theoretical explanation. In the 'Nouveaux Exercices' for 1836, he gives in detail his most elaborate and exact method of computation, and applies it with perfect success to all the indices determined by Fraunhofer" (Baden Powell: A General and Elementary View of the Undulatory Theory, as Applied to the Dispersion of Light, London, Parker, 1851, pp. XLVI-XLVII). <br/><br/> "In 1826 Cauchy began to publish his 'Exercises de Mathematiques', which was essentially a mathematical periodical consisting entirely of papers written by himself; it appeared at approximately monthly intervals until 1830. He used similar series as vehicles for his publications at later stages of his career; the 'Nouveaux Exercices de Mathématiques' were published in Prague in 1835-36 and the 'Exercices d'Analyse et de Physique Mathématique' appeared at intervals from 1840 to 1853." (Smithies: Cauchy and the Creation of Complex Function Theory, p.113).. 4to: 259 x 202 mm. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards, marbled end papers, engraved bookplate to front paste down, hinges worn but still strong, head and tale of spine professionally repaired, in all a very nice copy. (IV: title and forword to the Exercices), IV(: title and forword of the memoire), 236 pp. Scarce

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        Poems, Chiefly Lyrical

      Effingham Wilson London: Effingham Wilson. 1830. First. First edition, mixed state. Probably later papercovered boards reproducing the originals (which nevertheless show considerable age), with later paper spine label. Errata page is present, but lacks the page of ads; page 91 misnumbered as 19 (first state), "carcanet" spelled correctly (second state); all variant points were changed at the printer's before the book was issued. Modest wear to the spine ends, a handsome, very good plus copy. Tennyson's first solely authored book, preceded by two jointly authored volumes. .

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        Trattato medico-filosofico sopra l'alienazione mentale [..]. prima versione italiana [..] di costantino vaghi [..] aggiuntivi alcuni cenni storici intorno alla vita ed alle opere dell'autore. lodi, dalla tipografia orcesi, 1830.

      In-8° (cm. 20,8), legatura coeva in m. pelle verde con titolo e decorazioni in oro al dorso, piatti marmorizzati; pp. 22, VI, 365, [7] in ottimo stato e 2 tavole illustrative f.t. in fine; lievi fioriture. Prima traduzione italiana del capolavoro scientifico-illuminista che fondò la psichiatria moderna [Paris 1801].A "La benedetta opera di Pinel sarebbe stata probabilmente combattuta ed egli stesso scomunicato per eresia [...] ma proprio in quel tempo i grandi ecclesiastici eran troppo occupati a tener lontane le proprie teste dalla ghigliottina per dare attenzione a quanto passava per la testa a Pinel" [White A. D.. -i-Storia della lotta della scienza con la teologia.-/i-A Torino 1902, p. 472]. Il medico francese si propose per primo di curare anziché solo custodire i pazzi: con docce ghiacciate, diete sbilanciate, isolamento e contenzione fisica, purghe, salassi, oppio, ecc. [cfr. Proietti G.. -i-Il Benessere-/i-. Xenia 2005]. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Franska revolutionen i slutet af juli månad 1830.

      Tecknad enligt tillförlitliga uppgifter. Stockholm, Gustaf Hjerta, 1830. 8:o. 80,+ (2) s. Svagt lagerfläckig. Namnteckning över titelbladet. Sammanbunden med: MURAT, Achille. Karakteristik öfver Förenta staterna af Achille Murat, f.d. kronprins af Neapel. Öfversättning af G. Svederius. Stockholm, P. A. Norstedt & söner, 1831. 8:o. (2),+ 80 s. Bläcknotering på titelbladet. Sammmanbunden med: (HOFFMANN, K. B. A.). Pålens befrielse-vecka, eller händelserna i Warschau från den 29 november till den 5 december 1830. Jemte Pålska riksdagens manifest; af en Pålack. Öfversättning från tyskan. Stockholm, Elméns & Granbergs tryckeri, 1831. 8:o. 63,+ (1) s. Numrering i bläck på titelbladet. Sammanbunden med: (GUSTAV IV ADOLF). Historiska erinringar af öfverste Gustafsson. Ordagrann öfversättning. Örebro, N. M. Lindh, 1829. 112 s. Delvis lite fläckig. Titelbladet med reparerat hörn. Sammanbunden med: GOETHE, J. W. von. Carnevalen i Rom. Tillägnad Stockholms maskeradälskande allmänhet af svenske utgifvaren. Stockholm, f.d. Imnelii tryckeri, 1821. 8:o. 48 s. Titelbladet något förstärkt. Pappersförlust med liten textförlust på s. 17-18. Sammanbunden med: CHATEAUBRIAND, F. R. Den siste abenceragens öde; af vicomte de Chateaubriand. Öfversättning af Lars Anrell. Åbo, Christ. Ludv. Hjelt, 1829. 8:o. 68 s. IRVING, Washington. Bref från den hjeltemodige Mustapha Rub-a-dub Keli Khan, under dess fångenskap i New York, till sina vänner i Tripolis. Utgifne af Washington Irving, Nord-Amerikanare. Öfversättning från engelskan af Vitalis [= Erik Sjöberg]. Stockholm, Bernh. Magn. Bredberg, 1827. 8:o. (2),+ 109 s. Delvis något svagt tryck. Sammanbunden med: (SONDÉN, Carl Ulrik). Sinapismens tidehvarf. Ett upplysande bidrag till den populära medicinens historia i Sverige. I anledning af den nyligen utkomna skriften om hvita senapens nytta för hälsan. Af en svensk läkare. Stockholm, L. J. Hjerta, 1830. 8:o. (2),+ 29 s. Sammanbunden med: (MONTGOMERY, G. A.). Anmärkningar i anledning af de, under loppet af år 1830, utkomna: Handlingar rörande Sweriges äldre , nyare och nyaste historia, samt historiska personer, utgifne af ett sällskap. Stockholm, Ecksteinska boktryckeriet, 1831. 8:o. 22,+ 1-35 s. Fläck på s. 11-14 i den första pagineringsföljden. Välbevarat samtida hfrbd med guldornerad rygg och titeletikett i skinn (ryggtitel: Franska revolutionen m.m.) Namnteckningar på främre pärmens insida och samtida handskriven innehållsförteckning på försättsbladet

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        Abbildung und Beschreibung aller in der Pharmacopoea Borussica aufgeführten Gewächse. Herausgegeben von Friedich Guimpel. Text von D.F.L. v. Schlechtendal. 3 Bde.

      Berlin, Ludwig Oehmigke, 1830-37. 4to. (26,5x22 cm.). Bound in 2 cont. hcalf, not uniform. Backs somewhat worn and rubbed. (Textvolumes 1-3 bound in one and plates bound separately in one volume). (1),191,(1);(1),123,(1);(1),120 pp. and 206 (of 308) engraved plates (F. Guimpel fec.), all in fine hand-colouring and numb. 1-296. Some quires of text browned in vol. 1 and 2., 2 plates strenghtened in outher margin. Some offsettings to plates. A calligraphed title has been made to the platevolume, but there was never issued a separate title to the plates as they were supposed to be bound with the text.. Scarce first edition of this beautifully illustrated pharmacological botanical work. F. Guibel (1744-1839) was an industrious member of the Berlin school who was put on the map as a botanical illustrator by K.L. Willdenow (he engraved the plates for Willdenow's famous Hortus Berolinensis 1803-16). - "Seine Figuren sind echt biedermeierlich eng und nüchtern, doch von liebvoller Sorgfalt und grosser Genauigkeit, vor allem in den Blütenzergliederungen." (Nissen p. 201). - Pritzel No 3653. - Nissen No 1769. - BMC (NH) IV: p. 1837

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        Elementi di astronomia con le applicazioni alla geografia, nautica, gnomonica e cronologia... edizione seconda riveduta ed aumentata dall'autore. padova, tip. del seminario, 1830.

      Due volumi di cm. 26, pp. vii (1) 303 (5); 367 (1). Con cinque tavole incise e ripiegate fuori testo. Solida ed elegante legatura del tempo in mezza pelle verde, dorsi con ricche decorazioni a secco e titoli in oro. Bell'esemplare, fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Celebre opera dell'astronomo aretino Giovanni Santini (1787-1877)Cfr. Libri (1861): ""A very important work"".

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        A Treatise on the Calculus of Operations: Designed to Facilitate the Processes of the Differential and Integral Calculus and the Calculus of Finite Differences.With presentation to Sir John F.W. Herschel. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1855. First edition.

      A fine copy of the first text devoted exclusively to the calculus of operations with presentation to one of the fields main contributors - handwritten presentation on the title page: "Sir John Herschel / with the author's complements", and rubberstamp of the Herschel Library Collingwood. Operational calculus, in which the processes of derivation and integration are represented as algebraic operators, was initially developed in France. But, after having been imported by Babbage and Herschel to Cambridge in the beginning of the nineteenth century, the field became a focal point for mathematical research in Great Britain. Numerous papers were published on the subject by Herschel, Gregory, Peacock, Graves, and De Morgan during the 1830'a and 40's. And in 1844 George Boole published his famous paper on the subject - 'On a general method of analysis' which won the Mathematical Medal of the Royal Society. The first systematic extension of Boole's method to this subject was supplied in a paper of 1851 by Robert Carmichael, who was a fellow at Trinity College, Dublin. And in 1855 Carmichael published his 'Treatise on the Calculus of Operations' - the first text devoted exclusively to the calculus of operations. (See Koppelman: Calculus of Operations and Rise of Abstract Algebra).. 8vo (228 x 150 mm). Publishers blind stamped cloth with gilt armorial centerpiece to front board. XII, 170, (2: errata), 24(adverts) pp. A few annotations in pencil throughout the text. A fine copy. Scarce

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        Manuscript in French entitled "Cours de Construction relative à l'etablissemens et a l'entretien des Communication par terre et par eau". Probably made for lecturing or examinations at L'Ecole Polytechnique".

      Paris ?, around 1830. Folio. (36x23 cm.). Cont. hcalf. Back a little rubbed and top of spine worn. Divided in 2 parts, in all 155 pages in the same fine handwriting. With in all 185 textdrawings. Internally fine and clean on good paper. Unpublished ?.. The first part deals in 14 sections (Lecons) with all aspects of the construction of roads, and starts with an historical introduction. 64 pages with 85 drawings in the text. The second part having the title "Ponts" deals in 17 sections (Lecons) with all aspects of the construction of bridges. 91 pages with 100 drawings in the text

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        Die Juden wie sie waren, wie sie sind und wie sie seyn werden. Eine vollständige Charakteristik derselben.

      3 Bände. Mit gest. Frontispiz von Jos. Hutter. 8 Bll., XVI, 328; 444; 367 S. Marmorierter Pappbde d. Zt. Erste Ausgabe. Goedeke X, 10, 20. - Veränderte Auflage des 1822/23 in Aarau publizierten Machwerkes "Die Judenschule, oder gründliche Anleitung, in kurzer Zeit ein vollkommener schwarzer oder weißer Jude zu werden", ebenfalls mit einer zynischen Widmung an Baron Rothschild versehen. Hundt geht als einer der ersten Antisemiten weg von der christlichen Begründung des Jesus-Mordes hin zu einem rassisch motivierten Judenhass; er geht sogar so weit, dass er insgesamt ihm missliebige Bevölkerungsgruppen zu sog. "weißen Juden" (im Gegensatz zu "schwarzen Juden") erklärt; u. a. werden Engländer zu Juden erklärt, da sie direkt von Abraham und dessen zweiter Frau Ketura abstammen sollen. Die "kleineren weißen" Juden hingegen seien unmittelbare Abkömmlinge Abrahams und dessen Mätressen. - Der auf dem Allodialgut Schlieven bei Parchim geborene Johann Hartwig Hundt (1780-1835) legte sich aus unbekannten Gründen den Namen "Radowksy" zu, gelegentlich auch ergänzt durch einen zu Unrecht getragenen Adelstitel. Sein geifernder Hass gegen Juden trieb ihn durch ganz Deutschland und mehrfach in die Schweiz ins Exil, wo er auch als mittelloser Alkoholiker verstarb. - Berieben und bestoßen, bei Band 3 Papierbezug am oberen Viertel des Rückens abgeschabt. Titel von Bd. 1 hinterlegt.

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        Die Geschichte unserer Zeit. 35 Bände.

      Mit 140 Stahlstichtafeln. Grüne Lwd. d. Zt. mit Rückenschildern. 13 x 10 cm. Ebrard 4. GV 141, 58 (nur das 30-bändige Grundwerk). - Komplettes Exemplar dieser geschichtlichen "Uebersicht der merkwürdigsten Ereignisse von 1789-1830 nach den vorzüglichsten französischen Werken bearbeitet von einem ehemaligen Officier der französischen Armee." - Die Lithographien überwiegend mit Porträts, aber auch mit Ansichten und Schlachtendarstellungen. Die Reihe gliedert sich wie folgt: Band I-XXX, Generalregister, 13 außerordentliche Bände und 7 Supplemente. - Einige Bleistiftanmerkungen und Gebrauchsspuren, sonst nur gelegentlich minimal fleckig oder vereinzelt leicht gebräunt, insgesamt gutes Exemplar dieser unerschöpflichen Quelle zur Historiographie der unmittelbaren Zeit nach der Französischen Revolution.

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        I promessi sposi. storia milanese del secolo xvii scoperta e rifatta... firenze, passigli, borghi e compagni, 1830.

      Cm. 17,5, pp. (6) tra cui ritratto inciso dal Fournier, bel frontespizio inciso dal Daverio ed occhietto, pp. 336. Con 6 tavole fuori testo incise (C. Falcini) ciascuna protetta da velina originale. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle con punte, dorso liscio con titoli e filetti in oro. Sguardie marmorizzate e tagli colorati. Esemplare particolarmente fresco e marginoso, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Prima edizione illustrata, rara. Cfr. Parenti, 58 e Vismara, 22.

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        A Plan for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Poor of the United Kingdom (more particularly Ireland); and for their Permanent Establishment, by Means at Once Simple and Economical;

      [title continues:] "from the Adoption of which an Immense Expenditure would be Saved to the Country, and the Original Outlay Returned, with Four per Cent. per Annum Interest, in the Short Period of Four Years from the Time the Plan was called into Operation." First Edition, First Issue [probably a pre-publication author's trial issue], iv, 186pp + 27 various additional inserted pages (erratically paginated) making a total of 217pp., with 5 plates (with one lithographic [by author] as frontispiece, the others engraved), INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COPY from the Author with full signature to Lord Cloncurry, in a FINE FULL MOROCCO PRESENTATION BINDING, elaborately gilt, complete with half title, a superb copy on SPECIAL HEAVY PAPER, London, Printed by Mills, Jowett, and Mills, ["Published by Eff[ingha]m Wilson, Royal Exchange" - this added in author's hand at foot of title], 1830. * See Goldsmiths 26406. Ferguson no. 1375. * The inserted leaves and added manuscript publisher's name indicate that this was a probably pre-publication author's issue. * In his plan "of giving immediate employment to the industrious poor," Light puts forward an elaborate and calculated plan for the employment of the poor in the reclamation of waste lands. This he recommends as likely to be more effective and efficient than emigration as a solution to the problem of poverty, particularly in Ireland. * Alexander Whalley Light (fl.1811-1853), military officer, joined the 25th (The King's Own Borderers) Regiment of Foot on 1 August 1804 and was commissioned as Colonel on 27 May 1825. Prior to that, he received commission as Lieutenant Colonel on 4 June 1811. He retired from active service c.1830 after which he took up residence near Woodstock, Upper Canada, in the initial settlement of that area through an official settlement scheme whereby chosen immigrants were encouraged to settle in chosen areas in Canada to ensure the community's loyalty to the British crown. For this, British naval and army officers at the conclusion of military service were particularly chosen. To facilitate the settling of these men a system of credits, graduated according to rank and length of service, was set up to enable military men to purchase lands from the Crown at low cost. In this way Alexander Whalley Light was the very first to arrive in Oxford County in 1831 and was a very signficant Canadian pioneer (see QUORA website). * PROVENANCE: The recipient of this copy was Lord Cloncurry (1773-1853), Valentine Brown Lawless, 2nd Baron Cloncurry, Irish politician and landowner. He lived at the sumptuous mansion Lyons Demesne and the present book came from that library. Lyons Demesne, Lyons Hill, Ardclough, County Kildare, long considered a "Georgian treasure", was completed between 1785 and 1797. Later, Valentine Lawless, 2nd Baron Cloncurry, spent £200,000 on renovation that included frescoes by Gaspare Gabrielli and three ship-loads of classical art imported from Italy. A fourth shipment was lost when it sank off Wicklow. Treasures which were successfully imported include three columns from the ruins of the Golden House of Nero in Rome, used in the portico, and a statue of Venus excavated at Ostia. Country Life, which gives Lyons the highest status as Ireland's most significant estate, says of it, "There are seven suites in the main house, a self contained guest wing with four bedrooms and staff quarters in the north wing." This famous house, which still stands, is decorated in the Directoire style, of which there are few examples in Ireland.

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