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        Manual of Plain Directions for Planting and Cultivating Vineyards, and for Making Wine, in New South Wales.

      Sydney: R. Mansfield for the Executors of R. Howe, 1830. Small octavo, woodblock text illustrations, early owner's manuscript notes; bound without the half-title in full calf, gilt. First edition of this rare and influential book marking the beginnings of the Australian wine industry, of which Busby is generally considered to have been the founder. James Busby (1801-1871) was probably the most important single figure in the early history of Australian viticulture, and his property Kirkton on the Hunter River, which was taken over by Lindemans in 1914, is the oldest continually producing vineyard. Busby's three books on making wine were hugely influential. He had published Treatise on the Culture of the Vine in 1825; largely a compilation from European writers, addressed to "the attention of the higher classes", it prompted Governor Brisbane to encourage him in practical experimentation, the results of which appear in the present book. In this work Busby attempted to convince "the more numerous portion of the community constituting the class of smaller settlers... that they, and each member of their families may with little trouble and scarcely any expense, enjoy their daily bottle of wine, the produce of their own farms... ".This book has proved to be the rarer of Busby's publications perhaps because its practical nature made it more studied and used. It is also interesting to see that in his brief preface Busby takes some pains to compare the drinking of wine by the poorer peoples of southern Europe "with the unhappy effects produced by the consumption of spirits, or of malt liquors, among the same ranks". Certainly Busby is keen to promote the ease and simplicity of life with a vineyard, and this book has the added attraction of many small asides relating to his successes, such as his evident pride that he recently opened one of his bottles at a dinner at the Male Orphan School, where it was pronounced to taste rather like a decent Burgundy.The interesting manuscript notes on page 75 are specific instructions for the correct temperature to use in wine fermentation. Provenance: With manuscript notes by an unidentified early owner. Some age marks, dedication leaf clipped at top corner, otherwise good.

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        A Form of Prayer with Thanksgiving ... [bound with] A Charge, Delivered to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of New South Wales

      Sydney: R. Mansfield, 1829 &, 1830. Octavo, two works bound together, neat repair to the gutter of the title-page of the first, the second work with a few spots; one set of the original plain blue wrappers bound in at rear;, in crushed blue morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, gilt. Two very rare early Mansfield printings related to the Church in New South Wales, the first a humble petition on the fierce drought of the late 1820s, the second the first major address of William Grant Broughton, later the first Bishop of Australia.The Gazette under Robert Howe had produced the first Church of England hymn-book printed in Australia in 1828 and the first small work here is an important and topical companion, A Form of Prayer with Thanksgiving, to be used on Thursday, November 12, 1829... (Sydney, R. Mansfield, for the executors of R. Howe, 1829). As the title continues, this form of service was to be used in all the churches and chapels of New South Wales, 'in acknowledgment of the Mercy of Almighty God, in putting an end to the late Severe Drought, and in averting His threatened judgments from this Colony... '. The work was issued by command of Governor Darling himself, who had also been instrumental in sending out Charles Sturt, whose explorations were in no small part meant to provide relief from the drought that gripped the colony from 1826-29. In these difficult years Lake George completely receded and the Darling River stopped flowing, so it is little wonder that Darling had agreed to try and seek a heavenly intercession.The second work is Broughton's A Charge, delivered to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of New South Wales, at the Primary Visitation... (Sydney, R. Mansfield, for the executors of R. Howe, 1830). This work is an interesting contribution to the religious disputes of the time, with Broughton giving a detailed and deeply personal account of the duties of the clergy in the colony. The original speech was delivered on 3 December 1829, less than two months after he had succeeded the incumbent Archdeacon, Thomas Hobbes Scott (the latter had become associated with Darling and was thus subject to relentless attacks by the Australian and the Monitor). It was in this address that Broughton sketched out his policy: 'The church would have a paternal concern for convicts, Aboriginals and settlers in the new areas, and a special responsibility for the organization and control of education with the financial and official backing of the state, for it was above all the national church, established in law, charged with the care of all subjects of the Crown, apostolic in its doctrine and government' (ADB). Very good.

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        Alfred Dudley; or, The Australian Settlers.

      London: Harvey & Darton, 1830. Duodecimo, with an engraved frontispiece and three plates;, in the original quarter red roan with marbled boards, 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'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'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'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. Small ink stain on front endpaper, else a very good copy, mild wear to extremities.

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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. A 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'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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        The Beacon, Exmouth.

      circa 1830. Lithograph, 150 x 245 mm., Very rare indeed: an example of the work being done by Conrad Martens before he sailed on the Beagle. Any art relating to this early part of his career is most uncommon.Conrad Martens (1801-1878), perhaps the best known of all colonial artists, arrived in Sydney in 1835 after working his way around the world, including a year's appointment as artist on the hydrographical survey voyage of the Beagle, during which his shipmate was Charles Darwin. Martens had been born in London in 1801 but moved with his family to Exmouth in Devon in 1822. The view shows the temple by the shore at the Beacon, in the centre of Exmouth. This is thought to be the second earliest print after any work by Martens: the actual lithograph was drawn on stone "F. Martens", thought to be Frederick Martens, a German-born engraver in aquatint and likely a relative of Conrad. Michael Organ, who has made a study of Martens, records in his "Conrad Martens' Prints" (online) that the Dixson library holds an impression of this view with the imprint "Printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co." which is not present on this example. Hordern House has never before handled a copy of this lithograph by Martens, an outstanding colonial artist. Very good.

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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, 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' 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: '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... '. The attractive hand-coloured plate depicting a wombat is another highlight. A section of the accompanying text reads:'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.''What an ugly looking animal! How was it caught?''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.'Like the plate, the spurious assumption that the wombat is a slow beast also derives from the text of Collins' 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: 'It signifies very little what our faces are, if we are good, and do our duty.'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. A little scuffed but very good.

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        A report of the trial at bar, Rowe v. Brenton,

      8vo., folding coloured lithographic map (of "Lands showing the situation of Nan Smellyn alias Lamellyn"), xliii(2)334(1)2368*pp., some general paper browning and scattered foxing, title-page foxed, several near-contemporary ink amendments and emphasis marks, contemporary half calf gilt over marbled boards, neatly rebacked preserving the original gilt spine, a presentation copy inscribed by the compiler ("Mr Wells with Mr. Concanen's compts"), with the 19th century armorial bookplate of John Davies Enys, a further presentation inscription, dated Feb. 1849. (Hardy Wells to William Eagle), and the small inkstamp on the fly-leaf of Cornwall Record Office.Publisher: London: W. Walker.Year: 1830Edition: First edition: scarce.

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        Globe Artificiel et Mécanique a l'Usage du Petit Geographe...

      Paris: circa, 1830. A collapsible engraved and handcoloured globe in six gores (170 mm. tall); protected by the original lithographed portfolio, 8 folding pages of text; with loose double-sided engraved and hand-coloured card 'Mécanisme du Glode Artificiel'; a very good and attractive example. Charming collapsible globe with accompanying booklet by the Frenchman Augustin Legrand.Legrand was active in the 1820s and 1830s and made delightful children's books, educational globes and friezes. He published any number of these educational books and novelties, the earliest dating from around 1800. His work is known for its graceful composition, as can be seen in his Planisphere suivant la projection de Mercator (circa 1830) now held in the National Library.These fragile globes are rare survivals, but were a popular educational toy of the period. The mapping of the globe is surprisingly accurate, with the various zones and also the ecliptic marked. Off the coast of New Zealand is marked the antipodes of Paris, and the map of "Nouvelle Hollande" is scattered with the older Dutch place names, but also "Botany Bay" and the unusual "T. de Grant" for the area that was initially called in French the Terre Napoleon after the territorial claims made in the wake of the Baudin voyage.The accompanying folding booklet contains a good description of the workings of "Le Globe artificial", including an overview of the basic components of geography (such as the various zones, the zodiac, and so on). There is also a five-page "Description de la Terre", with notes on Asia, Africa, Europe, America and Oceania ('celle-ci est accompagnée d'une quantité d'îles que l'on désigne sous le nom d'Océanie'). The text concludes with some spruiking for other relevant titles available at the publishers. There is also a separate hand-coloured card with, on one side, diagrams and a description of the "Mécanisme du Globe artificiel", and on the other, of the "Zodiaque écliptique." Some browning and becoming frayed along the fold of the portfolio, inoffensive library stamp to interior of one of the gores.

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      A. Boulland. First collective edition of his poetic works, partly original for the third part, decorated with 4 inset figures engraved on copper by Frilley, Cousin and Durand after Tony Johannot, Pujol, Deveria and Henri Monnier.Our copy is enriched by 5 letters of Felix Delhasse years 1888-1891 (1809-1898), a Belgian journalist who was a close friend of Desbordes-Valmore family.Binders of the time in half morocco eggplant with corners, back with four false nerves ornate coffered and gilded finials and typographical motifs cold, net gilded on the paper plates to the tank.Foxing and halos several layers, due to excessive washing. Two scorched notebooks, as usual. A. Boulland Paris 1830 14,5x22,5cm 2 volumes reliés

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        Poésies inédites - Elégies et poésies nouvelles

      First collective edition partly original.Binders half aubergine glazed calf, lightened spine four nerves purposes set with double gilt fillets decorated with arabesques romantic stamped cold, golden fillets game heads and tails of the back, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats paper the tank, romantic bindings of the time signed to Bunetter.Illustrated book of vignettes 2 half-title by Monnier, 4 vignettes inset on China after Devéria, Johannot, engraved by Monnier and Pujol Durand and Frilley and numerous initials and small thumbnails.As usually the leaves of the last two books of the first volume are browned, foxing mostly affecting the second volume. A. Boulland & Ladvocat pour le suivant Paris 1830-1825 10.5x16cm 2 volumes reliés en 1

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        Description of a View of the Town of Sydney, New South Wales; the Harbour of Port Jackson, and surrounding country; now exhibiting in the Panorama, Leicester-Square. Painted by the Proprietor, Robert Burford.

      London: J. and C. Adlard, 1830. Octavo pamphlet of 12pp., with folding lithograph measuring 275 x 395 mm., fine in recent grey paper boards. Rare and historically important depiction of Sydney Town.This booklet describes and illustrates the Sydney Town view exhibited in London at Robert Burford's panorama in the Strand. It includes a lithograph of the panorama as a line drawing in two courses, with accompanying text specifically describing buildings and points of interest (including places of Aboriginal significance). The panorama is based on original landscape watercolours by Augustus Earle.In February 1827 Earle painted a series of panoramic watercolours of Sydney from Palmer's Hill, which he then dispatched to Robert Burford in London. In this booklet, Burford notes how Earle's studies were enriched with commentary by Henry Dumaresq, formerly private secretary to Governor Darling, who had returned to England during 1827: 'The present Panorama was taken from the highest part of the government domain, the drawings were made by Mr. Earle, under the inspection of Lieutenant Colonel Dumaresq, by whom they were brought to England, and to whom R. Burford takes this opportunity of making his acknowledgements for the polite attention he has obtained from him in the progress of the painting. The view from this place is bold, varied and beautiful... 'Earle was an important figure in colonial Australian landscape art and the development of lithographic printing in the colony, as noted in Australian Rare Books: 'Earle's importance in the history of Australian art and in the development of lithographic art in Australia is such that every serious collection should have some example of his work'. Given the panorama no longer survives, and was important in disseminating information about New South Wales to the public in England, this booklet with its lithographic plate is considerable historical interest.The panorama opened in the Strand and later moved to improved premises at Leicester Square. Naturally illuminated with a large skylight, the panorama was open during daylight hours and its success depended upon the quality of natural light afforded by the weather (not surprisingly, foggy London weather producing underwhelming results). Altick notes that the duration of any one panorama was variable, but Burford typically exhibited scenes for about 12 months during that late 1840's. The business closed in 1863, eclipsed by the new art of photography that captured the exotic in an altogether different way (see The Shows of London pp. 137-140).The booklet was first printed in 1829 and this issue with the title-page dated 1830 is substantially unchanged. Both are rare.

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        Album de la jeunesse...

      Paris: Gide Fils, circa, 1830. Oblong quarto, with 60 engravings; but a beautiful copy in original boards, 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. Some foxing., professionally restored at the hinges.

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        Designs for Ornamental Villas.

      London: James Carpenter, 1830. Quarto, lithograph title and 96 lithograph plates; possibly lacking additional letterpress title (?), 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 'Scenic View'. Most of the scenic views were drawn on stone by J.D. Harding and printed on India paper.Of course Robinson'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). Lithograph title foxed and minor foxing to some early plates, but otherwise a very attractive copy.

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        Vue de Thann en 1600. Imposante Ansicht der Stadt Thann mit Münster St. Theobald im Elsass mit Rittern zu Pferde an der Porte du Rhin, auf einem Berg gegenüber Chateau Engelsburg. Große Lithographie von F.J. Gresset nach einem Gemälde von Matter um 1830

      Thann: Imprimerie-Lithographe Gresset vers 1830 - große Original-Lithographie von Gresset (im Stein signiert) nach einem Gemälde von Matter auf rückseitig unbedrucktem schweren Büttenblatt, bildliche Darstellung ca. 32 x 58,5 cm, Blattgröße ca. 43 x 63 cm, im breiten Blattrand außerhalb der bildlichen Darstellung einige wenige alt hinterklebte Einrissse und etwas Alterspatina, ansonsten sauber und bemerkenswert gut erhalten, sehr selten und für uns anderenorts weder antiquarisch noch in Museen oder Bibliotheken nachweisbar - This most famous old view of the city of "Thann in the year 1600" is already known from a reproduction on French postcards of the 1920s, but the artist and the printer have remained unknown so far. Since we discovered the original a few years ago, we know that this impressive view of Thann is a large lithography painted by F.J. Gresset, a brilliant lithographer and printmaker with his office in Thann itself, painted on stone after a drawing of an unknown artist named "Matter". 2100 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        HEIDELBERG., Blick über kleinen Weinbarg zum Schloß, rechts unter einem großen Randbaum die Stadt.

      Kupferstich von E. Grünwald nach Ernst Fries, um 1830, 29 x 38,5 cm. Schefold 24828. - Romantische Ansicht in bester, breitrandiger Erhaltung.

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        ALS to Joseph Davies, from 49 Bedford Square, 8 Feb., 1830. 'I regret that you should imagine the absence of my reply to arise from a want of interest in the subject of your letter...'

      1830 48 lines in a difficult hand, on 3 sides of folded 4to sheet with integral address leaf; sl. loss caused by seal, old folds, edge mounted onto larger 4to sheet.A long and engaging letter from Robert Owen to a fellow educationalist, Joseph Davies of Liverpool. Owen, 1771-1858, a successful mill owner, had spent his life trying to encourage social, educational and political reform for working communities, culminating in the utopian social experiments at New Lanark in Scotland and New Harmony in America. In 1830, after his involvement in both communities had ended, Owen continued to campaign for the education and improvement of working people. This correspondence with Davies, of whom little is known, is in response to a letter from Davies evidently setting out his philosophy on education. '[Your letter] I perused with such attention for your ideas for the education of infants accord in all respects with my own.' Owen, although clearly impressed with Davies' philosophy, refuses to back him financially: 'It is not in my power to assist you in money matters for alas my powers are involved in this measure which I have put in practice to relieve the population form the distress which overwhelms it & I won't prepare you to expect some difficulty in affecting satisfactory pecuniary arrangements. I have always found many obstacles opposed when money was to be abused for a future object'. He signs off with a warm flourish wishing the recipient well with the success of their shared objectives: 'Time will not permit me to send more than my sincere wishes that you may attain the future accomplishments of your object which is so necessary to the formation of a superior character of the human race'. PLEASE NOTE: For customers within the UK and the EU, this item is subject to VAT.

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        Voyages en Afrique, Asie, Indes Orientales et Occidentales, faits par Jean Mocquet

      - Imprimé aux frais du gouvernement, Paris 1830, In-8 (13x25cm), (8) 381pp., relié. - Nuova edizione dopo l'originale molto raro al 1617. Bound in pieno periodo di pecora marrone. Torna liscio decorato con catene di ristorazione schermati, ruote e fili multipli. parte del titolo in marocchino rosso. fregio inquadratura sui piatti. medaglione centrale con l'emblema della Institution Hallays-Dabon. Mors più elevati in gran parte strettamente divisi. mascella inferiore incrinato testa. 2 angoli urtato. Strofinato insieme. macchie sparse. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après la très rare originale de 1617. Reliure en pleine basane brune d'époque. Dos lisse orné de fers restauration criblés, roulettes et multiples filets. Pièce de titre en maroquin havane. Frise d'encadrement sur les plats. Médaillon central à l'emblême de l'Institution Hallays-Dabon (célèbre institut d'enseignement à Paris). Mors supérieur en grande partie étroitement fendu. Mors inférieur très légèrement fendu en tête. 2 coins émoussés. Manque en tête. Ensemble frotté. Rousseurs éparses. Mocquet, apothicaire du roi, obtint l'autorisation du roi Henri IV de voyager afin de rapporter des curiosités pour alimenter les collections royales. Sur une période de onze années, Mocquet fint six voyages ; le premier sur la côte occidentale de l'Afrique en 1602 ; le deuxième, au Cap-Verd, au Brésil sur l'Amazone et en Guyane (janvier-août 1604) ; le troisième au Portugal et au Maroc (avril 1605 - mars 1606) ; le quatrième au Mozambique et jusqu'à Goa (1610) ; enfin, le cinquième en Syrie et Palestine (septembre 1611 - juillet 1612), et le dernier en Espagne, non sans ramener chaque fois au roi de nombreuses curiosités de tous les genres, dont l'auteur porte témoignage. Douée d'une profonde curiosité, la narration des voyages de l'auteur est pleine de détails singuliers et d'anecdotes. L'ensemble n'est pas sans esprit critique, notamment sur le Maroc, et les Portugais à Goa, ou le commerce. C'est un récit fort agréable et divertissant d'un voyageur du tout début du XVIIe.  

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        On The Construction of Fire-Engines and Apparatus, the training of firemen, and the method of proceeding in cases of fire. FIRST EDITION.

      Edinburgh: sold by Bell & Bradfute, and Oliver & Boyd, &c. 1830 double front. tipped in on stub, folding plates. Uncut in recent half brown calf by Philip Dusell, gilt spine. Signed 'M. Braidwood 1.2.22. on recto of front. Additional inscription on title: 'City Road 14.12.69' with signature of J. Grant, in similar hand on (p.1). A handsome copy.Not in BL; Oxford & NLS only on Copac. James Braidwood, 1800-1861, founded the world's first municipal fire service in Edinburgh in 1824 and this text represents the earliest comprehensive guide to the construction of equipment and the training of officers within the increasingly organised fire services of 19th century urban Britain. His success in Edinburgh, which was built on personal acts of bravery and his ability to train his officers in modern methods of fighting fires, brought Braidwood to the attention of London fire fighters. In 1832 he was appointed the first Superintendent of the London Fire-Engine Establishment, an organisation which was to become the London Fire Brigade in 1865. Braidwood died in 1861 fighting a fire at London Bridge which burnt for two weeks causing £2,000,000 of damage.

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        Tabula anatomica summi quondam pictoris e bibliotheca Augustissimi magna Britanniae Hannoveraeque regis depromta. . ....

      Lüneburg: Herold and Wahlstab, 1830. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (328 x 262 mm). 4 unnumbered sheets, including half-title, and 1 lithographic plate by A. Wehrt. Original boards with publisher's printed label (soiled, spine chipped). Light spotting internally, dampstaining to lower gutter throughout. ----Wellcome V, 355; Osler 513; Heirs of Hippocrates 148. - "This tall, slender volume contains but one plate, representing a male and female engaged in sexual intercourse. Both individuals are cut in a plane through the median line from front to back and from the shoulders down to the lower end of the abdominal cavity. All are accompanied by notes in Leonardo's nearly indecipherable mirror writing" (Heirs). Very Good....

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        A treatise on the law of libel and the liberty of the press;

      8vo., xxxviii(39)-184pp.,with a single page Catalogue of Liberal Books for Sale by G.W. & A.J. Matsell of New York bound in, well bound in strong mid-20th century cloth, spine lettered in gilt. A very good copy of an influential book.Publisher: New-York: printed by G.F. Hopkins & Son,Year: 1830Edition: First, and only, edition. McCoy C.558. Sabin 16619.

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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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        Variations Brillantes pour le Piano Forte sur la Cavatine favorite Aurora sorgerai nella Donna del Lago del Maestro Rossini, Dediées à Madame la Comtesse de la Roche-Agnon [?] et composées par Henri Herz. Oeuv. 17.

      Paris, Au Magasin de Musique de Pacini, n.d. (late 1820s-1830s?). - 5 works bound together. Folio (33.8 x 26 cm.), contemporary (Brazilian?) green sheep, smooth spine gilt (defective at head and foot, a bit faded), covers with Greek key design gilt within ruled gilt border, Imperial arms of Brazil at center with gilt initials "P.I.D.J.", additional gilt-tooled vignette below the arms on the front cover (significant scraping and some other wear, mostly to extremities), edges of covers milled (but much faded), green endleaves, all text block edges gilt. Engraved title page. Engraved musical notation throughout. On thick paper of excellent quality. Minor dampstaining at outer margin of first 4 leaves. Overall in good to very good condition. (1 l.), 17, (1) pp. *** Another edition of this piece was published in Vienna by Diabelli, also without date; the Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek record for it gives the year [1828]. Rossini's La Donna del Lago premiered in 1819.Henri Herz (1803-1888) was one of the most popular pianists, composers and teachers in Europe during the mid-nineteenth century, when he capitalized on the public's new passion for pianos. He performed in Europe, Russia, South America, and in the United States. From 1842 to 1874 he taught piano at the Paris Conservatoire, where he had studied himself back in 1816. Herz established a piano factory in Paris in 1830, and won first prize for his entry to the Paris Exposition of 1855. Herz and contemporaries such as Johann Hummel and Carl Czerny were criticized by Robert Schumann for shallow virtuosity. Herz, a Jew, was born in Vienna, where he studied music with his father and the organist Daniel Hünten. On one of the title pages in this volume, he describes himself as "Pianiste de S.M. le Roi de France."Provenance: "P.I.D.J." stands for "Princesa Imperial Dona Januária", the second daughter of D. Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil and King of Portugal as D. Pedro IV, and his first wife Maria Leopoldina, Archduchess of Austria, Empress consort of Brazil, and Queen consort of Portugal (1797-1826), daughter of the last Holy Roman Emperor Franz II (later Franz I of Austria). Dona Januária was born in Rio de Janeiro, in the Palácio de São Cristóvão, Quinta da Boa Vista, 1822. From 1835 until 1845, she held the title Princess Imperial of Brazil, as the heir presumptive of her brother the Emperor D. Pedro II. Her marriage to Prince Luigi of the Two Sicilies, Count of Aquila (brother of D. Pedro II's new wife, Empress Teresa Cristina) was celebrated on 28 April 1844 in Rio de Janeiro. Her husband was a son of King Francesco I of the Two Sicilies and his second wife the Infanta Maria Isabella of Spain. Friction developed between the Count of Aquila and D. Januária's brother, the Emperor D. Pedro II. D. Januária and Aquila were eventually permitted to leave Brazil in October 1844. In 1845, D. Januária's position as heir presumptive, and the restrictions it entailed, was lost with the birth of D. Pedro II's first child, D. Afonso, Prince Imperial of Brazil. The city of Januária in Minas Gerais was named in her honor. She died in Nice in 1901.*** Not located in Copac. KVK (44 databases searched) repeats Bibliothèque Musicale de Touraine. *** BOUND WITH: HERZ, Henri. Air Suisse avec variations et introduction pour le piano-forte, dédié a Miss Georgiana Marsham et composé par . Pianiste de S.M. le Roi de France. Opera 46. Paris: Chez H. Lemoine Editeur, n.d. (ca. 1830?). Folio. Engraved musical notation throughout. On thick paper of excellent quality. Faint stamp of the publisher in lower blank margin of title page. 14 pp., (1 blank l.).* OCLC: 843432619 (Bibliothèque nationale de France); 610877950 (Universitätsbibliothek Basel); 33304626 (Cornell University); 493771418 (Bibliothèque musicale de Touraine); 223584568 (University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Music Library-University of Toronto). AND BOUND WITH:HERZ, Henri. Variations quasi fantaisie pour le piano-forte sur le Trio favori de Mazaniello Notre Dame du mont Carmel de Carafa. Dédiées à Ma [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1. Nave pel trasporto de' Deportati. 2. Approdo nel porto di Sydney de Deportati.

      Italy: n.d., circa, 1830. Two lithographic plates, 105 x 130 mm. each, on a single sheet; disbound. A rare and unusual piece of transportation history, showing a delightful and rather fanciful depiction of two scenes from the voyages to Sydney.In both scenes there is a distinct sense of classical genre painting, and in both the vessels depicted look closer to Mediterranean brigantines than true convict ships. The first image shows the embarking of the convicts, presumably in England - although one could easily be confused by their casual Mediterranean attire. The second shows the arrival and disembarking of the transport, with the convicts still looking improbably comfortable. It is particularly intriguing that of the six people gathered at the foot of the gangplank, two appear to be naked Aborigines.As with the copy in the National Library of Australia, this print has been disbound. Very good.

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        Dissertatio medica inauguralis de cholera : quam, annuente summo numine : ex auctoritate reverendi admodum viri, D. Georgii Baird, SS.T.P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti : necnon amplissimi senatus academici consensu, et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto : pro gradu doctoratus, summisque in medicina honoribus ac privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis / eruditorum examini subjicit David Colville Carruthers, Scotus, Chirurgus, Societ. Reg. Med. Edin., necnon Societ. Reg. Phys. Edin. Scoius., et Chirurgus. Adjut. Desig. In Exercitu Bengaliensi.

      8vo., original presentation binding of full red calf, boards with wide gilt border of trailing foliate tendrils, with blind stamp central panel, lettered and decorated in gilt on spine, marbled paper endpapers. Pp. [xii]26. Head and tails of spine chipped, a little rubbing to corners and joints otherwise a very good copy. A rare printing of an Edinburgh University dissertation on cholera by David Colville Carruthers, who later was to become Ordinary Physician to the Dundee Cholera Hospital. This presentation copy inscribed opposite p.1 "To James (?) Miller Esq with the best wishes of his friend the author." Printed dedications are to the author's uncle Alexander Ramsay, doctor at the lunatic asylum in Dundee and Carruther's teacher, William Colville, a soldier in Calcutta, his uncle Thomas Colville, serving as well in Calcutta, and James Ogilvy, an Edinburgh surgeon - all dedications printed on separate leaves. The thesis itself opens with a digest of authoritative passages from Hippocrates to Cullen, Sydenham, Bateman and recent medical experience gained by British practitioners in India, Sir James Annesley in particular, who served for more than the first third of the 19th century as a surgeon in India. In comparing outbreaks of cholera in Europe and India Carruthers, assistant surgeon to the army in Bengal, laconically states that in the West the prognosis is frequently positive, whereas on the Subcontinent 'prognosis infelix est'. - This is a rare case of an epidemiological study comparing the course of a disease in two continents. Historical background for this medical dissertation is the so-called First Cholera Pandemic, which began in 1816 in Bengal and spread across India and beyond (as far West as the Caspian Sea), before receding 1826. Hundreds of thousands of Indians and ten thousand British troops died during this pandemic. London was to be hit by a second outbreak in 1832. Copac only lists Edinburgh University, OCLC adds University of Wisconsin and Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

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        Le rouge et le noir

      The first edition, "very rare and extremely sought-after" (Clouzot). One of 750 copies, title vignettes by Henry Monnier. Romantic pastiche binding of half pink calf over marbled boards with small corners, the spine with four delicate crimped raised bands (very lightly sunned) with gilt filets and blindstamped typographic motifs, gilt garlands at head and foot, marbled endpapers.  Le Rouge et le Noir, begun during the Restoration, was only completed four months after the Revolution of July 1830 and did not appear until the final weeks of that year. While all the critics at the time praised the exceptional qualities of the novel, even the most laudatory were shocked by its lively critique of society and of the Jacobinism of Julien Sorel.A superb copy of the first edition, complete with publisher's advertisement leaf, of this great classic of French literature. A broad-margined copy (126 x 210 mm) in an attractive Romantic pastiche binding.   A. Levavasseur Paris 1831 13,5x21,3cm 2 volumes reliés

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        Letters From the East, Tales of the West & Recollections of Travels in the East

      London: Henry Colburn, 1826 - 1830. Small octavo. Five volumes. Bound in light brown leather, marbled boards, leather spine labels, gilt lettering, raised bands. Letters From the East Written During a Recent Tour Through Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, The Hold Land, Syria and Greece (2 vol- second edition); Tales of the West (2 vol - first edition); Travels in the East Forming a Continuation of the Letters From the East (first edition). Letters from the East (vol 1) has a beautiful color illustration facing the title page. Very good (scuffed, stained and worn, owner bookplate in each volume, some scattered foxing, but contents generally near fine).

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        A Treatise on the Vine.

      New York: T. & J. Swords [& 9 others in the US],, 1830. Embracing its history from the earliest ages to the present day, with descriptions of above two hundred foreign, and eighty American varieties; together with a complete dissertation on the establishment, culture, and management of vineyards. Octavo (235 x 145 mm). Recently bound in orange quarter cloth, blue paper boards, brown morocco label to spine, plain cream endpapers, all edges uncut. Frontispiece. Ownership stamp to frontispiece recto. Scattered foxing throughout, and some marginal staining to the first 50 pages; short tear to the foot of the title; a very good copy. First edition. Under Prince's direction, the Prince Nursery at Long Island became "the most important nursery in the United States" (Gabler p. 213), and one which actively encouraged the hybridisation of European and American vines. Published in collaboration with his father, William Prince, A Treatise on the Vine traces the history of the vine, describes and classifies hundreds of European and American grape varieties (the vast majority of which were being cultivated at their nursery), instructs on proper planting techniques, and recommends which grapes are best for the table and which for wine. It also includes the first documented cultivation of Zinfandel in the United States, referred to by Prince as the "Black Zinfardel [sic] of Hungary".

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        Picturesque Views of all the Bridges belonging to the County of Norfolk in a series of eighty-four prints in lithography most respectfully dedicated to the Hon. John Wodehouse. His Majesty's Lieutenant and to the Magistrates of the County of Norfolk

      Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co, 1830. Hardback, half-calf with buckram covered boards. Title and 84 tissue guarded plates. Slight rubbed to extremities. Armorial bookplate of Sir William Browne Ffolkes on the front pastedown. Some foxing the first and last few leaves, but elsewhere generally clean with an occasional spot to the margins. A few tissues guards creased. Nice firm binding. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good+.

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        Promenade autour du monde.

      Paris, ca 1830 - XXX, 450 pages; 452 pages, orig. Half leather binding, ---avec signes d usage, seulement texte, pas de atlas, pas de frontis-pice, couverture avec dommage, mais reparee +++Antiquariat seit über 25 Jahren+++ [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HEINRICH ADAM (1787 - 1862). "Am Einlass in München". Blick auf die um 1840 abgerissene Stadtmauer und den 1848 abgebrochenen Rundturm (heute Blumenstraße mit der 1850 erbauten Schrannenhalle), im Vordergrund Staffage.

      - Bleistiftzeichnung von Heinrich Adam, (alte Zuschreibung), um 1830, 21 x 25 cm. Die sehr fein ausgeführte Architekturzeichnung läßt die alte Zuschreibung an Heinrich Adam (1787-1862) plausibel erscheinen. Eine seitenverkehrte Ansicht dieser Zeichnung ist in einem lithographierten Zeichenwerk von Heinrich Adam erschienen.

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        Fräulein von Gerstorff [aus Prenzlau], Original Aquarell einer jungen adligen Dame aus der Familie von Gerstorff [Gersdorff], die eine Zeit lang wohl auf Gut Trampe lebte.

      1830 - Rückseitige mit Bleistift so bezeichnet. [um 1830-1850], 31,3 x 30,8 cm (Rahmen), im zeitgenössischen Original-Rahmen, nicht ausgerahmt. Das Gut Trampe, ein altes Rittergut, gehörte den Familien von Sparr und von der Schulenburg. - Provenienz: aus altem Adelsbesitz; Privatbesitz Norddeutschland.

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        The Persian Adventurer

      London: Henry Colburn, 1830. First. Full Leather. VG. the history of a soldier's career, principally in the service of a great conqueror, replete with military enterprise and hazardous adventure, including much on the "broil of battle." Three volumes: 365, 365 & 392 pp. Full contemporary leather bindings. Not much wear at corners but outer hinges showing wear and top of spines also showing some wear. Not much wear at corners. Contrasting colored gilt stamped spine labels are nice and only one or two very minor chips. Considering the age, a solid vg set.

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        A Treatise on the Vine. Embracing its history from the earliest ages to the present day, with descriptions of above two hundred foreign, and eighty American varieties; together with a complete dissertation on the establishment, culture, and management of vineyards.

      New York: T. & J. Swords [& 9 others in the US], 1830 - Octavo (235 x 145 mm). Recently bound in orange quarter cloth, blue paper boards, brown morocco label to spine, plain cream endpapers, all edges uncut. Scattered foxing throughout, and some marginal staining to the first 50 pages; short tear to the foot of the title; a very good copy. Frontispiece. Ownership stamp to frontispiece recto. First edition. Under Prince's direction, the Prince Nursery at Long Island became "the most important nursery in the United States" (Gabler p. 213), and one which actively encouraged the hybridisation of European and American vines. Published in collaboration with his father, William Prince, A Treatise on the Vine traces the history of the vine, describes and classifies hundreds of European and American grape varieties (the vast majority of which were being cultivated at their nursery), instructs on proper planting techniques, and recommends which grapes are best for the table and which for wine. It also includes the first documented cultivation of Zinfandel in the United States, referred to by Prince as the "Black Zinfardel [sic] of Hungary". Gabler G33030. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        MÜNCHEN. - Odeonsplatz., "Odeon - Platz" mit Blick auf Hofgarten - Portal und Residenz, staffagiert mit Kutsche, Soldaten und Ziegen.

      Kol. Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Lebschée, 1830, 16,5 x 21 cm. Mit dem originalen Textblatt. Im breiten Rand gering stockfleckig. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        \"Die Kapelle auf dem Rothenberge\". Gesamtansicht Untertürkheims von einem Waldweg aus, links auf einem Berg die griechische Kapelle, im Vordergrund Personenstaffage.

       Lithographie von Carl Friedrich Heinzmann nach dem Gemälde von Gustav (!) Steinkopf bei J. Selb, um 1830, 46 x 61 cm. Dreyer 122; Schefold 11416. - Auf dem \"rothen Berg\" stand früher das Stammschloß des württembergischen Herrscherhauses. Gabe des württembergischen Kunstvereins. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        Modell- und Musterbuch für Bau- und Möbeltischler. Enthaltend eine reichhaltige Sammlung geschmackvoller Abbildungen. Thüren, Fenster, Fensterladen, Thore. Möbeln. Schränke, Commoden, Sophas. Stühle und Tische, Spiegel. Zweite Lieferung.

      Quedlinburg u. Leipzig, Basse, um 1830. - circa 19 x 15,2 cm. 72 Tafeln Bedruckter Originalumschlag Seltene in sich abgeschlossene Lieferung als eigenständige Fortsetzung zu dem 1828 erschienenen Werk beim selben Verlag (vgl. Kat. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 1216). Enthält klassizistische Musterzeichnungen von Stühlen, Tischen, Schränken, Fenstern, Türen, Pakett etc. Vieles im Empirestil, teils ganze Innenräume. "- Etwas gebräunt, teils stockig, etwas berieben und gering angestaubt. Insgesamt für ein Gebrauchsbuch dennoch gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FÜRSTENFELDBRUCK. "Fürstenfeld-Bruck". Ansicht aus der Ferne über Gewässer hinweg.

      - Bleistiftzeichnung von Josef Willroider, signiert, dat. (18)90 u. bezeichnet, 32 x 49 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXVI, S. 35. - Schöne, flüssige Zeichnung des bekannten Landschaftsmalers und Radierers (1830 Villach - München 1915). - Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig und gebräunt, verso kleiner Nummernstempel. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        MÜNCHEN. - Bogenhausen. Gesamtansicht über eine Wiese, rechts biedermeierlich gekleidete Spaziergänger, links Blick auf das "Badhaus", in der Ferne die Kirche von Oberföhring.

      - Altkol. Lithographie mit Tonplatte von C.A. Lebschée, 1830, 15 x 21 cm. In feinen Farben sehr hübsch zeitgenössisch kolorierte Ansicht. - Gerahmt.

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        An inquiry concerning the indications of insanity, with suggestions for the better protection and care of the insane

      London, Taylor, 1830. 23 x 14,5cm, Halbgewebe, zeitgen. Pappband, Rücken erneuer, papiernes Rückenschild mit gedrucktem Titel, 4 Bl. Verlagsanzeigen, VI, 496 S., 1 weißes Bl., 3 Bl. Verlagsanzeigen John Conolly (1794-1866) ist anerkannt als der Begründer der Non-restraint-Behandlung von psychisch kranken Menschen durch sein Buch von 1839, aber schon vorher war er als praktizierender Arzt mit Geisteskrankheiten befaßt und zudem arbeitete er auch als \"Inspecting physician to the lunatic houses for the county of Warwick\". Das vorliegende Werk verfaßte er als Inhaber des ersten Lehrstuhls für Medizin an der neu gegründeten Universität London und plädierte für die Ausbildung aller Ärzte auch in der Psychiatrie und für die Etablierung einer Ausbildungsstätte an jeder Irrenanstalt (HUNTER/MACALPINE 805ff.). Als erster schlug er auch die Einrichtung eines ambulant arbeitenden \"mental health service\" am lokalen Psychiatriekrankenhaus vor, in dem die Krankenhausärzte arbeiten sollten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Psychiatrie, Psychiatriegeschichte, Asylum, Restraint, Ausbildung, Ambulantorium

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        LINZ., "Umgebungen von Linz". Gesamtansicht über die Donau (12,5 x 20 cm), umgeben von 12 kleinen Ansichten.

      Lithographie bei J. Hafner, Linz, um 1830, 36 x 48 cm. Die hübschen kleinen Ansichten zeigen u.a. Calvarienberg, Schloß Hagen, Eisenbahnbrücke, Buchenau, Heilham, St. Magdalena, St. Margarethen, Partie an der Donau, k.k. Teppichfabrik. - Kleine Randeinrisse sorgfältig geschlossen. Mit breitem Rand und in tadelloser Erhaltung. Europa, Österreich, Souvenir-Blätter

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        Kreis Grevenbroich':.

      - Altkolorierte Lithographie v. Severin in Düsseldorf n. Sinsteden b. J.H. Funcke in Krefeld, um 1830, 43 x 52 Seltene Karte des alten Grevenbroicher Kreises in dem gebiet zwischen Norff, Wanlo, Glehn und Frimmersdorf. - An beiden Ränder und unter der Karte Geographisch-statistische Übersicht zum Kreis.

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        Kreis Crefeld':.

      - Grenzkolorierte Lithographie v. Severin in Düsseldorf b. J.H. Funcke in Krefeld, um 1830, 44 x 48 Seltene Karte des alten Krefelder Kreises in dem gebiet Friemersheim, Anrath, Kapellen und Osterath. - An beiden Ränder u. unter der Karte Geographisch-statistische Übersicht zum Kreis.

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        Plan von Hamburg zunächst für Schulen entworfen von J. Lohse. Steindruck von C. Pabst. Lithographie um 1830.

      Hoffmann & Campe Hamburg Bildgröße: 59 x 66 cm / Blattgröße: 63 x 70,5 cm. Der detailreiche Plan mit in schwarz eingefärbten Straßen sowie in der Bildlegende mit Angabe der Öffentlichen Gebäude, Bildungs- und Lehranstalten sowie der Brücken. Mit Windrose und Fußzeiger. Mit Mittelfalz, das Blatt gering fleckig, im Außenrand etwas stärker, hier teils auch etwas angeknickt sowie mit einigen hinterlegten Einrissen. Ansonsten guter Zustand - selten - ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Hamburg, Plan, Stadtplan, Topographie, Brücken, Öffentliche Gebäude, Schulen, Bildung, Lohse, Pabst, Lithographie, Google

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

      Presso Giovanni Zecchi in Via Porta Nova,, Bologna, 1830 - In 4° (226×150 mm); 1 frontespizio inciso, 1 antiporta (assente nella maggior parte degli esemplari ma qui presente) e 100 tavole numerate raffiguranti i costumi delle civiltà antiche. Completo. Brossura coeva con qualche piccola mancanza al dorso e qualche strappetto ai margini esterni. All’interno bell’esemplare in barbe, ad ampi margini e con le incisioni in fresca e nitida tiratura. Una carta quasi staccata e qualche lieve, sporadica ed ininfluente macchiolina ma nel complesso, all’interno, esemplare in buone-ottime condizioni di conservazione. Edizione censita in ICCU, due soli esemplari), ma sconosciuta ai principali repertori consultati, che annoverano un’edizione dello stesso anno con titolo leggermente differente e 75 carte di testo di spiegazione delle tavole ma con titolo differente. Molto raro. Prima edizione di questa raccolta di costumi del grande incisore, pittore e ceramista romano, Bartolomeo Pinelli (Roma, 20 novembre 1781 – Roma, 1º aprile 1835). Nacque a Roma il 20 novembre 1781, da Giovanni Battista e Francesca Gianfarani, in un edificio del rione di Trastevere oggi non più esistente, ma in corrispondenza del quale si trovano una lapide ed un busto bronzeo in suo onore. Suo padre era un modellatore di statue devozionali, e lo avviò all’arte della manipolazione della ceramica. Tuttavia le sue capacità nel campo della figurazione si sarebbero esplicate soprattutto attraverso le tecniche dell’incisione, del disegno e della pittura. Si formò prima all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna, città dove la famiglia si era trasferita nel 1792, e poi all’Accademia di San Luca a Roma, dove era tornato nel 1799. Nello stesso 1799 cominciò la collaborazione con Franz Kaisermann, per il quale dipinse le figure delle sue vedute all’acquerello. Nel frattempo diede inizio ai suoi studi, sbocciati poi (1807) nell’Album di trentasei acquerelli di Scene e Costumi di Roma e del Lazio. Quanto al suo aspetto fisico e alle sue abitudini comportamentali, così scrisse di lui un contemporaneo: " Fu Bartolomeo Pinelli di media statura, di fisonomia e di portamento vivaci; portò folta la capigliatura che a lunghi boccoli gli incorniciava il viso e gli scendeva inanellata dinanzi [ ]; i tratti del viso ebbe marcati, ma regolari, e non portò che i piccoli mustacchi come appare anche nel suo busto che fu posto al Pincio. Di costumi fu bizzarro, amante anche troppo dello scherzo. Vestì negligentemente a modo del popolo e lo si vide sempre girare per Roma accompagnato da due grandi mastini e munito di mazza che aveva per pomo una figura di bronzo. Era facile all’ira quantunque fosse di consueto allegro e faceto; fu scettico [leggi: ateo] come molti degli uomini di ingegno del suo tempo e fu patriota a suo modo, cioè innamorato di Roma antica, nella quale concentrò tutti i suoi affetti " (David Silvagni, La corte e la società romana nei secoli XVII e XIX, Roma, Forzani & C. Tipografi del Senato, 1881-4, voll. 3, vol. III, p. 395). Del 1809 è la sua prima serie di incisioni dal titolo Raccolta di cinquanta costumi pittoreschi incisi all’acquaforte. Fu probabilmente nello stesso anno che contrasse ilmatrimonio con Mariangela Gatti, avvenuto con rito repubblicano e dal quale nacquero una figlia femmina, forse morta in giovane età e di cui non si conoscono nemmeno gli estremi anagrafici, e un maschio, Achille. Nel 1816 realizzò le illustrazioni per la Storia Romana e nel 1821 quelle per la Storia Greca. Tra il 1822 e il 1823 realizzò le cinquantadue tavole per il Meo Patacca. Il 25 agosto 1834, per la sua indifferenza al precetto pasquale, ricevette con disprezzo l’interdetto. Morì povero il 1º aprile del 1835, lasciando incompleta l’illustrazione del Maggio romanesco di Giovanni Camillo Peresio. Oltre al repertorio di immagini dedicate ai costumi romani ha illustrato numerosi libri, realizzando cicli ispirati a Iliade, Odissea, Eneide e alla mitologia greco-romana. Opere che maggiormente rivelano l’impronta del neoclassicismo. Per altre edizioni

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        Travels in various parts of Peru, including a year`s residence in Potosi

       London, Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley 1830. 2 vols. gr.-8°. XVI, 431; 1 Bl., VIII, 504 S. Mit insg. 8 Taf. in Aquatinta, 1 ganzseit. Karte u. 17 Textholzschn. HLdr. d. Zt. m. Rückensch. Kanten berieb. Gest. Exlibris a. d. Innendeckeln. Stellenw. braunfleckig. EASabin II, H 94660; Palau 329950 - Temple brach im September 1825 von London auf um eine Stelle in der `Potosi Mining AssociationI in Potosi anzunehmen. Er beschreibt indianische Kulturen, Mammutfunde etc. \"Many humorous and picturesque incidents and descriptions.\" (Cox 343). - First edition. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Reise, Amerika

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        Verhaal van eene reize naar en langs de Zuid-Westkust van Nieuw-Guinea gedaan in 1828, door Z.M. corver Triton, en Z.M. coloniale schoener De Iris.

      Haarlem, Vincent Loosjes, 1830.Original printed boards (sl. soiled, spine sl. damaged but holding). With oval engraving of fort Dubus on title-page after J. Modera by A. Veelwaard and large folding map. XVI,160 pp.Original Dutch edition. - At the time of the expedition by Justin Modera (1803-1866) to the Southwest coast of New Guinea the Dutch East-Indian government intended to annex the whole island of New Guinea. The author, an officer of the crew, registered anything noteworthy, including navigation records. The expedition was joined by a mineralogist, a botanist, an anatomist and 2 cartographers. - Scarce.Tiele 759; Cat. KITLV p.34; Not in Cat. NHSM.

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        Poems, Chiefly Lyrical

      London: Effingham Wilson, 1830. First edition. Hardcover. vg- to near fine. Small octavo. 154pp. + 2 pages of publishers ads. Contemporary green full morocco boards. Covers with stamping and gilt ruling. Spine with gilt stamped floral designs and lettering. The book is a beautifully bound first edition, second state copy, indicated by the presence of the errata page, and with the correction of "coronet' to "carcanet" on p.72, but the error of p.91 listed as "19" is still present. The work is significant in that it was Tennyson's first collection of poetry published after he embarked on his solo literary career, and includes the first appearances of such Tennyson classics as "Claribel" and "Mariana". Binding with some minor indentations to the covers, but other than that pristine. Interior with some light water staining to edges, especially the initial and final pages, with some light sporadic foxing, staining and smudging throughout. Inscription to the previous owner in ink, dated "26th, August 1831", at the front free endpaper. Binding in near fine, interior in overall very good- condition.

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        Wiener Zeitschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Theater und Mode 1830. 1.-4. Quartal in 2 Bänden

      Gedruckt bei Anton Strauß's Witwe, kompletter Jahrgang 1830 der damals 3 x wöchentlich erscheinenden Zeitschrift, insgesamt 156 Nummern (vom 2. Jänner bis 30. Dezember 1830), mit kritischen Beurteilungen der in Wien aufgeführten Theaterstücke, mit Gedichten, biographischen Skizzen, Reiseberichten, Nekrologen, Erzählungen, Fortsetzungsromanen und Novellen, Literaturblätter, Artikeln über bildende Kunst, Modeberichte usw. und mit Kupferstichen, beide Bände sind Pbd. der Zeit mit Rückengoldprägung und farbigem goldgeprägten Rückenschild, insgesamt 1264 Seiten mit 52 kolorierten Modebildern, 4 kolorierten Wagenbilder, 1 Landkarte und 1 Tafelbeilage ("Gelse, Mücke oder Schnacke"), 15 x 22,5 cm, Deckel abgeschürft, Rücken des ersten Bandes bestoßen, Deckelecken abgebogen und bestoßen, innen altersbedingt stockfleckig, einige Tafeln leicht gebräunt, S. 338-344 und Modebild Nr. XIV befleckt und gebräunt, sonst altersgemäß guter Zustand.

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