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2018-12-07 01:11:42
REGNIER-DESTOURBET (H. F.) ].
Paris, N. Delangle, 1830. 2 volumes in-16. 2ff. XVI. 166pp. (1f.blanc). + 2ff. 176pp. Demi-veau blond, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale. Roman très rare décrivant la lente descente aux enfers d'une prostituée à Paris pendant la Restauration. L'auteur, qui prit pour pseudonyme le nom de l'un des personnages de 'Manon Lescaut', a rédigé une longue dédicace-manifeste à Jules Janin dans laquelle il expose ses conceptions littéraires. Il mourut deux ans plus tard, à peine âgé de 28 ans. "Longtemps après la mort de son auteur, ce roman a été tiré de l'oubli où il était enseveli et réimprimé avec une courte préface-notice, mais sans succès (1865, in-18)" (Larousse). Les deux titres sont ornés d'une vignette gravée sur bois par Tony Johannot, gravée sur bois par Porret. Très bon exemplaire, agréablement relié à l'époque. Escoffier, 834, 840 et 841. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-12-07 00:21:18
John Galt
Henry Colburn, 1830. First Edition. Complete in three volumes. John Galt (2 May 1779 - 11 April 1839) was a Scottish novelist, entrepreneur, and political and social commentator. Born in Irvine, in Ayrshire, Galt was the son of a naval captain. He was a first cousin of Captain Alexander Allan. When his family relocated to Malden in 1789, Galt became an apprentice and junior clerk, writing essays and stories for local journals in his spare time. He moved to London in 1804 to seek his fortune and in 1809 began studying law at Lincoln's Inn. While subsequently traveling in Europe, Galt met and befriended Lord Byron. On his return to London, Galt wrote an account of his travels, which met with moderate success. Decades later, he would also publish the first full biography of Lord Byron. Galt's novels are best known for their depiction of Scottish rural life, tinged with ironic humour. Because he was the first novelist to deal with issues of the industrial revolution he has been called the first political novelist in the English language. He was the father of Sir Alexander Tilloch Galt of Montreal. CONDITION In half calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally, a trifle rubbed. Rear joint of volume I is cracked. Hinges slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound. Foxed to the first and last few pages but otherwise generally clean with a few scattered spots. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-06 19:09:02
Ibrahim, par le baron G.de Vernon chez Lecointe.1830.complet des deux tomes.209, 143 & xxi p. minime galerie de vers dans la marge de qques pages, mouillure claire dans la marge supérieure, 8 pages détachées. Reliure de l'épôque demi basane en état d'usage solide.10/17cm voir photos grand format ci-dessous pour détails & état. Frais de port & expédition : 10 euros. Pour l'étranger, nous contacter. questions welcome ref9/8/11 5 Créé par eBay Turbo Lister L'outil de mise en vente gratuit. Mettez vos objets en vente rapidement et en toute simplicité, et gérez vos annonces en cours.
Bookseller: aalliibbaabbaa.fr [Lantic, FR]
2018-12-06 19:09:02
1830.Ibrahim / baron Schwul Vernon.Syrie.Damas.2/2 Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Ibrahim, vom Baron G.de Vernon bei Lecointe.1830.complet der zwei tomes.209 143 & Xxi p. kleine Galerie von Worms am Rande einiger Seiten, klar illustrieren am oberen Rand, Ersatzteile 8 Seiten. Bindung der Zeit eine halbe Schaffell in Bedingung für die Verwendung solide.10 / 17cm Siehe Fotos in voller Größe unterhalb für Details & Zustand. Porto & Versand: 10 Euro. Im Ausland, kontaktieren Sie uns. Fragen willkommen ref9/8/11 5 Erstellt von eBay Turbo Lister Das Tool unterstützt JavaScript. Legen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote. J'accepte le renvoi des objets J'accepte le renvoi des objets.
Bookseller: aalliibbaabbaa.fr [Lantic, FR]
2018-12-06 19:09:02
Ibrahim, by the baron G.de Vernon at Lecointe.1830.complet the two tomes.209, 143 & xxi p. small gallery of worms in the margins of some pages, clear waterstain in the upper margin, 8 spare pages. Binding of the time a half Sheepskin in condition for use solide.10 / 17cm see photos full-size below for details & State. Postage & shipping: 10 euros. Abroad, contact us. questions welcome ref9/8/11 5 Created by eBay Turbo Lister The tool support JavaScript. Put your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Bookseller: aalliibbaabbaa.fr [Lantic, FR]
2018-12-06 19:09:02
1830.Ibrahim / baron Gay Vernon.Syrie.Damas.2/2 The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Ibrahim, by the baron G.de Vernon at Lecointe.1830.complet the two tomes.209, 143 & xxi p. small gallery of worms in the margins of some pages, clear waterstain in the upper margin, 8 spare pages. Binding of the time a half Sheepskin in condition for use solide.10 / 17cm see photos full-size below for details & State. Postage & shipping: 10 euros. Abroad, contact us. questions welcome ref9/8/11 5 Created by eBay Turbo Lister The tool support JavaScript. Put your items fast and easy and manage your active items. J'accepte le renvoi des objets J'accepte le renvoi des objets.
Bookseller: aalliibbaabbaa.fr [Lantic, FR]
2018-12-06 12:45:11
[WHALING]
[Manuscript] ~ WHALING IN THE SOUTH SEAS [WHALING] [Manuscript accounts and articles of agreement of Captain Richard Ball, relating to the outfitting and service of his whaling ship] [s.i.]. [s.n.], [1830-1844], . . A 4pp manuscript letter dated 16th May 1836 addressed to Richard Ball, signed George Birnie, granting him captaincy of the ship Anne, together with a 4pp Article of Agreement of the same date stating the purpose of the voyage - to journey to the South Sea Whale Fishery and obtain and safely secure a full and complete cargo of sperm oil, whales fins, and ambergris; and once this is achieved proceed to the Cape of Good Hope or Saint Helena and await convoy to London. Accompanying these is a 4pp letter listing slops deducted on the homeward voyage, and a single leaf receipt for goods purchased from Moses, Levy, & Co., wholesale slop sellers, specialising in 'Negro clothing & bedding of every description'. [Together with:] [A later manuscript account book, used between 1841-1844, of the whaling vessel Waterwitch, Captained by Richard Ball, and later William Christie]. Manuscript on paper. 34 leaves. Contemporary marbled paper wrappers. Extremities heavily worn, without upper panel. Occasional loss, spotted, browned, and dust-soiled. Included are numerous extracts from the ships log recording the capture and processing of several whales, deaths and runaways amongst the crew, and references to making port at Sydney. The Australian Chronicle, 4th June 1842, confirms that the Waterwitch docked at Sydney prior to journeying to Lord Howe Island. The article states that th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates Fine and Rare Books [Corfe Castle, GB]
2018-12-06 04:54:11
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor and Robert Southey]
Marsh and Miller, Oxford Street, London, 1830. Cruikshank, Robert. First edition, date on wrapper. First Issue with numbers 21, 22 omitted in pagination. Frontispiece and 4 plates by Robert Cruikshank. 1 vols. 8vo. In The Original Wrappers. This work was a joint effort between Southey and Coleridge. Tinker 707; Cohn 572 Original drab printed wrappers Spine perished, cover loose, else Very Good. In quarter green morocco slipcase and chemise Frontispiece and 4 plates by Robert Cruikshank. 1 vols. 8vo First edition, date on wrapper. First Issue with numbers 21, 22 omitted in pagination. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2018-12-05 21:08:01
DURAND
1830. RECUEIL ET PARALLÈLE DES ÉDIFICES DE TOUT GENRE ANCIENS ET MODERNES REMARQUABLES PAR LEUR BEAUTÉ, PAR LEUR GRANDEUR, OU PAR LEUR SINGULARITÉ PAR DURAND Un volume In-plano (51 cm x 36 cm) PARIS, CHEZ L'AUTEUR AN IX (1800) Un titre gravé par Baltard, une table alphabétique, et 92 planches double pages (66 cm x 50 cm) Reliure demi cuir de l'époque restaurée en très bon état général. Intérieur frais, des marque claire d'humidité ancienne sur le haut des 30 dernières gravures sont à noter, sinon rarissimes marques d'usage Bon exemplaire OUVRAGE RARE. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: bibliolys [clermont ferrand, FR]
2018-12-05 06:50:03
CASSAS - SCHWARTZ.
1830. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, mm 545x715. Spettacolare grande veduta di Istanbul. Qualche fioritura e minima abrasione. Rifilata alla linea di inquadramento; a destra mancano ca. 7 cm di immagine. Qualche piccolo restauro.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2018-12-05 03:48:02
Marsden, William, translator
London Oriental Translation Fund, 1830. First edition, small 4to, pp.(ii), iv, 88, with subscriber's leaf. A very good large-paper copy in the original silk cloth, original paper label to spine. Minor wear to spine. Front hinge neatly repaired. Subscriber's leaf of Sir T[homas] Phillips; later Delhi bookseller's stamps to endpapers. William Marsden (1754-1836) enlisted in the East India Company at the age of 16 and was appointed in 1771 to Bengkulu, Sumatra, where he spent eight years. He acquired a deep knowledge of Malay, which he continued studying on his return to London, publishing his dictionary and grammar in 1812. He translated this manuscript, written by one "La-uddin" and sent to England in 1791, while working on his dictionary. It is a charming account of the activities of a pepper-trading family in south Sumatra. Sir Thomas Phillips (1792-1872), heir to a textile fortune, was one of the greatest book collectors of the 19th century, who aimed to acquire a copy of every book ever published. He spent a quarter of a million pounds on more than 100,000 books and manuscripts. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB [Rye, East Sussex, United Kingdom]
2018-12-05 00:43:13
Cruikshank, George
London: Published by George Cruikshank & J. Robins and Co, 1830. Oblong 4to. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. First edition. Containing seven plates and protective paper guards, each plate illustrated with four or five hand-colored etchings, labeled according to the list of illustrations. Finely bound by Bumpus in full yellow calf, decorated and lettered in gilt with a maroon backstrip, green and gold marbled endpapers, original printed paper wrappers bound in. A near fine copy, rebacked with original backstrip preserved, foxing to first few leaves and offsetting to plate guards, else exceptionally clean with bright, fresh colors. Overall, a handsome copy of this interesting piece of medical history. These illustrations by George Cruikshank are based on the pseudomedical field of phrenology developed by Doctors Franz Joseph Gall and Johann Gaspar Spurzheim beginning in 1796. Phrenology was the study of the size and measurement of the human skull to identify certain behavioral and emotional traits in humans. Based on the idea that the size of a certain area of the brain indicated its strength, phrenological research suggested that the shape of one's skull would determine a person's various personality traits. Though now viewed as an outdated, primitive view of the mind, the idea that certain parts of the brain have different emotional functions is a concept still used today in neuroscience. George Cruikshank's illustrations depict several of the different possible traits caused by different shapes in the skull, including "inhabitiveness," "self-love," and "hope." Cruikshank … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-12-03 00:18:16
Bible.English.Geneva. 1630 (Barker, Robert and John Bill (printers)
London: Robert Barker and John Bill (Printers), 1830. Quarto. Black letter, double column. Title page before genealogies. [Herbert-430] The names Barker and Bill occur on both titles and in colophon. Distinct from the preceding edition. Wisd. xix. 22: "neither diddest thou..." Title page with a few marginal chips, occasional spots of foxing, trimmed a bit close just touching side notes of a few leaves (mostly versos) lacks map and four leaves of genealogies (pp. 17-20 and 25-28). Bound in full black morocco paneled in blind, gilt stamps to corners, raised bands with compartments lettered and decorated in gilt and blind, inner hinges have evidently been repaired attempting to match the marbled paper; however, the original marbled papers have been retained, all edges gilt. A very nice copy.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books [USA]
2018-12-02 03:40:52
Musset, Alfred de
Paris, A. Levasseur, Urbain Canel, libraire, 1830. In-8 de VIII et 238 pp., (1) f. bl. Demi-basane brun, dos lisse orné de filets et fleurons dorés, exemplaire non rogné et partiellement non coupé. Élégante reliure de l’époque. 215 x 136 mm. EDITION ORIGINALE DE PREMIER TIRAGE SANS ROUSSEUR EN TRES ELEGANTE RELIURE DE L’EPOQUE. Clouzot, 215 ; Carteret, II, 188 ; Vicaire, V, 1238-1239 ; Talvart, . Edition originale « devenue rare. Exceptionnel en reliure d’époque de bonne qualité » (Clouzot). « Ouvrage fort rare. C’est le premier livre que Musset ait publié sous son nom, il n’a été tiré qu’à 500 exemplaires » (Carteret). Il contient : Don Paez, les Marrons du feu, Portia, Chansons et Fragmens : Barcelone, Le Lever, Madrid, Madame la Marquise, Fragment, au Yung-Frau, A Ulric G[uttinguer], Venise, Stances, Sonnet, ballade à la lune ; Mardoche, plus une préface et des variantes. Premier recueil de vers d’Alfred de Musset (1810-1857), publié à la fin de 1829. Musset faisait depuis 1828 partie du « Cénacle » et était alors en rapport avec les principaux tenants du romantisme ; il devait d’ailleurs quitter le « Cénacle » peu après la parution des Contes d’Espagne et d’Italie. PRÉCIEUX VOLUME D’EXCEPTIONNELLE QUALITÉ : NON LAVÉ, IL EST DEMEURÉ PUR ET SANS ROUSSEUR. A TOUTES MARGES, IL EST CONSERVÉ DANS SON ÉLÉGANTE RELIURE DE L’ÉPOQUE EN DEMI-MAROQUIN BRUN A GRAIN LONG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget [paris, France]
2018-12-02 02:26:45
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Attention Historians and Collectors! 1830 Voyages De Benjamin De Tudelle Here is a super rare antiquarian hardcover book that would be a fantastic addition to a collection! I searched the internet and could not find another book like this, only modern reprints. Super rare!!!! You are bidding on a very rare antique French hardcover book titled Voyages de Benjamin de Tudelle autour du monde, commencé l'an 1173, de Jean du Plan Carpin en Tartarie, du Frère Ascelin et de ses compagnons vers la Tartarie, de Guillaume de Rubruquin en Tartarie et en Chine en 1253. The English translation is: Travels of Benjamin de Tudelle around the world, begun in the year 1173, of Jean du Plan Carpin in Tartary, Brother Ascelin and his companions to Tartary, Guillaume de Rubruquin in Tartary and China in 1253. This is a very early book on travels to China, Tartary, etc. and recounts voyages there in 1173 and 1253. The book was printed in Paris at the expense of the government in 1830. Imagine, this book is over 180 years old!!! The book is hardcover and has been rebound at some point, my guess is late 1800's. It shows markings of once having been a library book (The Academy of the New Church). The title is written on the spine. The pages (496) are tightly bound with scattered foxing. Most pages have light foxing. The book remains in good condition. This is a great opportunity to own a book on a very desirable topic, and to own a book where it is the only one available world-wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ron's Book Nook [Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-30 15:19:31
Fontaine, Jean de
Paris: Marcilly. Printer: Firmin Didot Freres. First Edition thus. Cartonnage romantique. Slipcase of same type. . Very Good. Circa 1830s. Oblong miniature, 41 by 55 mm. 94 pp. Four wood-engraved plates, with touches of amateurish hand-coloring. In our view, these daubs of color are crude, and thus they neither enhance the plates, nor though, we hasten to add, do they detract.Spielmann 290A. Gumuchian 3573.The binding is a pink romantique cartonnage type, with black lined decoration. With a slipcase from another Macilly title, "Le Petit Florian". This slipcase, happily, fits the book's size perfectly, and being also pink, can easily be mistaken as intended for this title. Both the binding and the slipcase have light to moderate wear, with rubbing, etc., but both are still well preserved.
Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB [West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.]
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2018-11-30 07:08:37
Anonymous
[Likely British, possibly Bristol: 1830. 12mo, nearly 200 tightly packed pages of manuscript in a small and neat hand; original full parchment, manuscript title (faded) on spine reading "Notes from Various Countries"; bookseller's ticket of "William Browne, Bookseller, Stationer, etc., Bristol." Includes extracts, paraphrases, the occasional newspaper clipping, mostly relating to travel and emigration to America. The manuscript begins: "A Mr. Birkbeck mentions at a meeting in London held Jan. 31, 1831 at which Dr. Birkbeck proposed Parliament for the purpose of petitioning Parliament for the removal of stamps off newspapers, advertisements, etc.- that in America there is 'no tax upon newspapers, and in 8 newspapers published in New York there were in one year 1,456,416 advertisements, whilst in 400 newspapers in England and Ireland within the same period, the number was only 1,000,000.' 'Throughout America the total number of advertisements annually was 10,105,000 whilst in Great Britain it was only 1,000,000." "By one calculation it appeared that advertisements which cost 7.7 in America; in England came to £3.18.0; and where an article was advertised in America at the rate of £6.8.0 a year, in this country (England) it costs £200.16.0'." The writer is mostly gleaning information from elsewhere, and although often by direct quote, also by paraphrasing. The next entry concerns the Signers of the American Independence, and the ages at which they died which the writer notes was "copied from the Times Newspaper 1833." And the next, a copy of an Emigrant's certificate going to A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-11-29 21:22:42
Boiardo Matteo Maria - Ariosto Ludovico
William Pickering, London, 1830. 9 volumi in-8° (192x120mm), pp. XX, 422; VII, CLIV, 252; (6), 386; (6), 379; (6), 391; VIII, CLXXVI, 198; (4), 436; (4), 424; (4), 330; bella legatura coeva in pieno vitello con triplice ordine di filetti perimetrali a secco ai piatti. Dorsi adorni di titolo in oro su doppio tassello bicromo, filetti ed eleganti motivi floreali in oro. Unghie decorate in oro. Imprese con àncora aldina ai frontespizi. Ritratto dell'Ariosto all'antiporta del primo vol. (dal ritratto di Tiziano). Una tavola genealogica ripiegata al primo vol. dei più celebri paladini ed eroi del ciclo carolingio. Ex-libris ottocenteschi di Edward Francis Witts con suo stemma araldico e motto Ante obitum nemo felix. Il Witts (Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire, 1813-1886) fu botanico e collezionista botanico. Ottimo esemplare. Importante edizione curata dal Panizzi, allora esule in Inghilterra, con il saggio introduttivo, le note, le vite e i commenti direttamente composti in lingua inglese; i primi 5 volumi contengono l'Orlando innamorato boiardesco, i restanti il Furioso. Lo scritto introduttivo rimane uno dei maggiori contributi ottocenteschi alla storia del poema cavalleresco e alla critica boiardesca ed ariostea. Alle pp. 331 e sgg. dell'ultimo vol., Bibliographical notices of several editions of the Orlando Furioso printed before MDLI. Agnelli / Ravegnani, I, p. 228: Pregiatissima edizione. Guidi, p. 133. Melzi, p. 185. Gamba, 65: Ottima edizione. Olschki, Choix, XII, 18331. Brunet, I, 439: édition où l'on remarque de bonnes notices bibliographiques. Graesse, I, p. 200. Keyn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2018-11-29 21:02:24
Cooper, Thomas
1830. New York, 1830. only ed. Important Treatise on Libel and Press Liberty by a Jeffersonian Imprisoned Under the Sedition Act Cooper, Thomas [1759-1835]. A Treatise on the Law of Libel and the Liberty of the Press; Showing the Origin, Use, and Abuse of the Law of Libel: With Copious Notes and References to Authorities in Great Britain and the United States: As Applicable to Individuals and to Political and Ecclesiastical Bodies and Principles. New York: G.F. Hopkins & Son, 1830. xxxviii, [39]-184 pp. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, lettering piece and gilt fillets to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate toning to text, light foxing to title page and a few other leaves, small library inkstamp to title page, library annotation to its verso. A nice copy in a handsome binding. $1,000. * Only edition. Cooper, trained as a chemist and lawyer, was a polymath who published books on law, political science, economics, medicine and the natural sciences. A friend of Joseph Priestley and Thomas Jefferson, he was convicted in 1800 under the Sedition Act for libeling President Adams in a 1799 handbill. He went on to become a professor of chemistry at Dickinson College and the University of Pennsylvania. He joined the faculty of South Carolina College in 1819 and became its president in 1820. He is considered one of the intellectual fathers of the secession movement. McCoy, Freedom of the Press C558. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 3445.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-11-29 19:27:10
Attention Historians and Collectors! 1830 Voyages De Benjamin De Tudelle Here is a super rare antiquarian hardcover book that would be a fantastic addition to a collection! I searched the internet and could not find another book like this, only modern reprints. Super rare!!!! You are bidding on a very rare antique French hardcover book titled Voyages de Benjamin de Tudelle autour du monde, commencé l'an 1173, de Jean du Plan Carpin en Tartarie, du Frère Ascelin et de ses compagnons vers la Tartarie, de Guillaume de Rubruquin en Tartarie et en Chine en 1253. The English translation is: Travels of Benjamin de Tudelle around the world, begun in the year 1173, of Jean du Plan Carpin in Tartary, Brother Ascelin and his companions to Tartary, Guillaume de Rubruquin in Tartary and China in 1253. This is a very early book on travels to China, Tartary, etc. and recounts voyages there in 1173 and 1253. The book was printed in Paris at the expense of the government in 1830. Imagine, this book is over 180 years old!!! The book is hardcover and has been rebound at some point, my guess is late 1800's. It shows markings of once having been a library book (The Academy of the New Church). The title is written on the spine. The pages (496) are tightly bound with scattered foxing. Most pages have light foxing. The book remains in good condition. This is a great opportunity to own a book on a very desirable topic, and to own a book where it is the only one available world-wide!!!! Great gift idea! (Inventory: 518) Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Ron's Book Nook [Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-29 12:04:34
Л.К. Юлия и Адольф. Л. 1830г. Твердый переплет, обычный формат. Художественное произведение в переводе Александра Половцова, гравюра на первом развороте. Состояние: Хорошее №25406.
Bookseller: njoseph123 [Brooklyn, New York, US]
2018-11-29 09:16:30
RICHARDSON, Thomas, publisher.
Derby: Thomas Richardson. [1830?] Hand-coloured folding front. by J. Lewis Marks titled in the lower margin 'The Conjurer', featuring a theatrically attired magician, a demon emerging from a bottle, a hissing viper, a Man-in-the-Moon, &c. Very neatly rebound in appropriate plain mustard paper wrappers, housed in a custom-made half calf fold-over case with green cloth sides. 24pp. A v.g. well-preserved example.Copac lists four copies only: BL, NLW, Senate House & Oxford. OCLC adds six copies in the USA. The work contains detailed instructions for the performance of 52 separate tricks, beginning somewhat ominously with 'how to cut a man's head off, and to put the head into a platter a yard from his body'. Also included are such delights as 'how to make a calf's head bellow as if alive, when dressed and served up'; 'how to kill any fowl, but especially a pullet, and with words to give it life again'; 'how to make sport with a cat'; 'how to break a staff upon two glasses of water'; as well as many examples of card tricks and sleight of hand. This scarce publication is part of a series of pamphlets and song books published by Thomas Richardson of Derby in the 1820s and 30s. Each appeared in printed wrappers, with a 'beautiful coloured folding frontispiece', priced at 6d.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2018-11-28 21:06:37
William Carpenter
1830. With his publication of this work, Carpenter attempted to defy the stamp duty on newspapers, but in May 1831 he was tried and convicted of evading the law and was imprisoned. With a portrait of Carpenter bound in, and many small illustrations. William Carpenter, born in 1797 at St James, Westminster, London, England, died on April 21, 1874 at Islington, London, was a 19th Century theological and political writer, journalist, and editor. Carpenter was the son of a London tradesman. He received no formal schooling, but by self-study he taught himself several ancient and modern languages. At an early age he began working for a bookseller in Finsbury, first as an errand boy, and then as an apprentice. While in prison, he edited a political magazine which was republished as Carpenter's Monthly Political Magazine in 1832. He became intensely involved in the cause of political reform, publishing numerous tracts and books on the subject through the late 1840s. He was a strong proponent of the Chartist movement and a friend of William Cobbett. He was also an active Freemason and contributor to the London Freemason magazine. He continued to publish scriptural works throughout his life, which were also popular in America. His The Israelites Found in the Anglo-Saxons (1874) was an early work on British Israelism. CONDITION In a half calf binding with paper covered boards. Externally, worn with slight straining to front hinges. Internally, generally firmly bound but with one or two pages starting. Marks and curling to some pages with the occasional ink stamp. Overall Condition: Go … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-28 21:06:37
William Carpenter
1830. With his publication of this work, Carpenter attempted to defy the stamp duty on newspapers, but in May 1831 he was tried and convicted of evading the law and was imprisoned. With a portrait of Carpenter bound in, and many small illustrations. William Carpenter, born in 1797 at St James, Westminster, London, England, died on April 21, 1874 at Islington, London, was a 19th Century theological and political writer, journalist, and editor. Carpenter was the son of a London tradesman. He received no formal schooling, but by self-study he taught himself several ancient and modern languages. At an early age he began working for a bookseller in Finsbury, first as an errand boy, and then as an apprentice. While in prison, he edited a political magazine which was republished as Carpenter's Monthly Political Magazine in 1832. He became intensely involved in the cause of political reform, publishing numerous tracts and books on the subject through the late 1840s. He was a strong proponent of the Chartist movement and a friend of William Cobbett. He was also an active Freemason and contributor to the London Freemason magazine. He continued to publish scriptural works throughout his life, which were also popular in America. His The Israelites Found in the Anglo-Saxons (1874) was an early work on British Israelism. CONDITION In a half calf binding with paper covered boards. Externally, worn with slight straining to front hinges. Internally, generally firmly bound but with one or two pages starting. Marks and curling to some pages with the occasional ink stamp. Overall Condition: Go … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-28 17:59:58
1830. The book is in acceptable condition it's still retains both original leather hinges with brass clasps Please see photos for details.
Bookseller: all-americanpicker [Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-28 17:36:35
McIntosh, Charles.
London. Thomas Kelly. 1829-1830. VOLUME I AND VOLUME II FROM DIFFERENT EDITIONS: Volume I with a title page copyright 1830 (in addition to pictorial title page dated 1828); volume II title page is copyright 1829. BINDING OF VOLUMES DOES NOT MATCH. VOLUME I: Hard back volume, 8.25 x 5.5 inches, leather binding, xxviii+554pp, with pagination beginning with the Preface (iii thru viii) and a brief history of gardening (ix thru xxviii). The boards are scuffed and mottled with one plum-sized stain. 3.5 inch vertical crack (repaired) to front joint. The spine itself is dry and cracked and bumped at top and bottom. The bulk of the book (pp 1 thru 554) gives focus to the Culinary (or Kitchen) Garden and to the Fruit Garden. The volume contains a feebly imagined engraved frontispiece (tears and stains in margins of free edges) and four beautifully hand-colored plates depicting fruit: strawberry, pineapple, pear and apple (three dated 1828; one 1829). These plates suffer modest toning, light soiling and a light dampstain (.25 inch at deepest point) across the top margin, a condition also affecting, less detrimentally, the text portion of the Fruit Garden. The text remains tightly bound, save for a single loose page in the Fruit Garden section. VOLUME II: Hard back volume, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, half-leather binding, with pagination beginning at p. 555 and ending on index p. 1120. A 142 pp. Supplement follows the primary text; it is in two parts: "The Stove" and "Nursery and Planting." The last page provides Directions to the Binder and, on verso, an advert for "a new and elegant work" by M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: oldimprints.com [USA]
2018-11-28 07:03:45
Waiblinger, Wilhelm Friedrich.
Berlin, G. Reimer, 1829-1830. Erste Ausgabe der beiden einzigen Jahrgänge des seltenen Taschenbuchs, dessen Beiträge, mit Ausnahme einer Romanze von Kopisch, alle von Waiblinger stammen. Sie enthalten von ihm Gedichte, Märchen, Novellen, die satirische Erzählung „Die Britten in Rom" und die „Skizze eines Wegweisers durch die Umgebungen Roms", in der „Waiblinger mit baedeckerhafter Genauigkeit uns durch die Gebirge der Sabiner, Marser, Herniker, Aequer, Volsker und Albaner führt". "Was Waiblinger in Italien gedichtet hat, steht alles unter dem Zeichen seiner großen und echten Begeisterung für dieses Land und Volk. Er vermittelt in seinen Gedichten, was er gesehen und genossen hat, anderen durch glanzvolle Schilderungen. Aber inmitten der sich gleichbleibenden Schönheit der Natur taumelt seine Seele rastlos von einer Stimmung zur anderen" (Krauß II, 92). "Die literarische Leistung ist außerordentlich. In literarisches Neuland aber stößt er mit der satirischen Erzählung "Die Britten in Rom" vor. Diese im al fresco mit leidenschaftlicher Hingabe an das karikaturistische Element geschriebene Novelle ist ein Kleinod glänzender Beobachtung" (SLB III, 570 f.). „Die Kupfer . zum zweiten Bande, besonders die drei edlen zum ‚Märchen von der blauen Grotte‘ nach Führich sind Beigaben, die das Taschenbuch auch in künstlerischer Hinsicht interessant machen" (Lanck.-Rümann). – Durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Exemplare mit allen Kupfern sind äußerst selten. Die häufig fehlende Radierung wurde lt. Fußnote S. 27 beim Ätzen verdorben und ist wohl nur einigen Exemplaren später beigefügt worden. – G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein [Berlin, Germany]
2018-11-25 16:19:54
MACKENZIE (Charles)
Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley 1830 -, London. 2 tomes. In-12. Tome 1 : VII+335 pp. Tome 2 : 306 pp. Reliure postérieure demi-chagrin rouge à coins. Dos à nerfs avec date dorée au talon. Complet de la carte dépliante d?Hayti, des 2 gravures hors texte et du fac-similé d?une lettre du roi Christophe. Quelques rousseurs, parfois marquées. Bel état. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Charles Mackenzie, consul général britannique en Haïti de 1826-1827, a produit l?une des images les plus utiles de la vie haïtienne du début XIXème siècle. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI [BAYONNE, France]
2018-11-24 02:57:07
Jacob Swigert
Frankfort : Printed by Jacob H. Holman, 1830. 309 pp. Hardcover in original leather binding. Hinges cracked, but boards still attached. A very rare early Kentucky imprint, at least in commerce. Not Ex-Lib. I've done my best to describe the book, but if you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to send me an e-mail.
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-11-24 01:23:07
1830. Half calf. Marbled boards. Modern black cloth clamshell box. . Good.. The Devil versus Death over hill and dale! A highly original illustrated manuscript, with vivid watercolor illustrations, forming the major part of a sketchbook. N.d., 1830s probably -- the race is dated as 1830. Oblong 8vo, 18.5 by 27 cm. 29 leaves in album. More pertinently, 9 full page watercolors devoted to the primary story contained within this album, the story we have entitled "The Devil's Steeplechase", each with a narrative on the facing page. The text installments are paginated. Three other watercolors of mere mortals riding, two of these in a steeplechase or a foxhunt. In addition, there are two other pages with watercolors, one of which is a finished painting, the other, sketchier, and 11 pages with pen and ink drawings, in varying states of finish, plus three pages heavy with text (two of which we also have counted as having illustrations. We note further we are counting the endpapers which are covered with pen and ink drawing.) The other illustrations, including a page of mostly silhouettes, are on military or equestrian themes mostly. Also in the manuscript is a four page rendering of "The Tragedy" from "The Ingoldsby Legends", which recounts the story of Catherine of Cleves. As "The Ingoldsby Legends" was published first in 1837, that serves as a marker of the earliest date for some of the sketchbook, but it doesn't rule out that some of the sketchbook was done earlier. So while this sketchbook has something of the appearance and character of a commonplace sketchbook, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB [West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.]
2018-11-23 06:49:18
Samuel Rogers 1830
as shown. thanks for checking out one of my items, if you like this you will probably like other items i have, i get tons of stuff in diverse fields of collecting and use. NOTE: i will always combine items to save you shipping cost. THIS ITEM IS----one of so many great books i have on ebay right now, check them all out if you wish, pictures show condition, ebays zoom in feature is great to really see what you are considering:-------- ITALY, A POEM by Samuel Rogers, 1 vol., 1st edition, published 1830, London. Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars. Printed for T. Cadell, Strand; Jennings and Chaplin, 62, and E. Moxon, 64, New Bond-Street. Green leather gilt embossed cover. Gilt is on top, bottom, and side of pages. Color is somewhat faded on spine. Cover shows wear and some tearing at edge of spine. Cover is detached from spine, but still attached on back. It would be an easy fix with glue, but I'll let the expert do that. Has orginal brown marker ribbon, but it is detached. Bookplate inside cover ("Edward C. Souper"), along with pencil notations regarding the 50 engravings, most done by Turner and Southey. Light pencil notations on contents pages also referring to who did the engravings. Steel engravings are wonderful, such detail! There is light brown spotting/staining on some pages. 284 pages. VIEW MY OTHER AUCTION ITEMS TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Paypal users must be verified, and have a confirmed address. 2. Payment must be received within 5 days, or sale is voided, and item may be relisted. 3.Shipping is usually done by USPS or Fed Ex. I may switch shipping carrier and m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: syottoys [Tilton, New Hampshire, US]
2018-11-22 03:39:01
Rafinesque, C. S. (Constantine Samuel)
Philadelphia: Atkinson and Alexander, 1828, 1830. First edition. Two volumes, uncut in period style quarter green morocco. 7-1/4 x 4-1/4 inches, xii, 268, 276 pp. 100 woodcut plates printed in green, with plates 50 and 53 (the last in v. 1 and the first in v. 2) provided in excellent facsimile. "Beginning in 1818, with his 2,000-mile tour to the west of the Alleghenies, Rafinesque made important botanical explorations, mostly on foot, as far as Kentucky and Illinois" (DSB). "Rafinesque was a great botanist, conchologist, archaeologist, and economist,... This work describes for the first time a number of American Indian remedies". Garrison-Morton 1849; Meisel III, p. 400; Sabin 67457. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books [UNITED STATES]
2018-11-22 01:50:49
Mengzi].
Paris, Societatis Asiaticae] & C. de Lasteyrie, [1829, 1830. 4to. 2 parts in one volume. (2), 122, 161, (1) pp. Lithographically printed Chinese text, one leaf apparently bound out of sequence, some pages incorrectly numbered or not numbered. In total, the title-page, 283 pp. and 2 blanks (the last page and the verso of the title page). Bound in a sturdy green half calf, ca. 1900. The doctrines of the Chinese philosopher Mengzi (fl. 300 BC), the principal successor to Confucius. This is one of the earliest Chinese texts to be printed in Europe and a landmark in Iithographic printing. The Chinese text here is complete in two parts. Lasteyrie had produced a Latin translation by Stanislas Julien (1797-1893) in 1824-26 ("Meng tseu, vel, Mencium inter Sinenses philosophos ingenio, doctrina, nominisque claritate Confucio proximum"), and while the Latin text is not particularly rare, the lithographed set (which was to serve as a supplement) is very much so. The plates were lithographed by the Comte de Lasteyrie, Charles Philibert Lasteyrie du Saillant (1759-1849), an innovator in lithographic printing in France. He carried out the work at his own cost.- Title-page browned and laid down, pp. 150ff. have a stain affecting several leaves, p. 162 patched. Much of the text is remarkably fresh and the binding is entirely solid. Incorrectly stamped 'Confucius' on the spine. Provenance: bookplate of George May Elwood (1844-1906) on rear pastedown (designed by Harold M. Ellis, dated 1898), his label on the front pastedown. - Not in OCLC.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-11-20 18:20:05
Panzer, C.
München Lindauer (), 1830. (16,5 x 10 cm). 231 S. Dekorativer Halblederband der Zeit. Einzige Ausgabe dieses seltenen Werkes. Unterteilt in Baumaterialien und die einzelnen Gewerke listet es die Preise für München auf, mit Platz für Ergänzungen. - Der Verfasser war Regierungs- und Kreisbaurat in München. - Exlibris. Stempel auf Titel. Vorsätze etwas leimschattig. Schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar auf kräftigem Papier. - Beigebunden: 74 Blätter weißes Papier [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2018-11-17 01:35:57
(ALGÉRIE ) - Anonyme - BOUTIN Vincent-Yves Capitaine - 1772-1815 (bnf.fr).
P, Picquet 1830, in-12 (17,8 x 10,8 cm) de (4) VII (1) 216 pp. suivies de 11 feuillets vierges (afin de consigner des notes), de 3 grands plans ou cartes dépliants et de 9 planches dépliantes de vues et costumes en lithographie (exécutées par E. Ardit, rue Vivienne, et tirées de la collection du Colonel Rottiers comme expliqué page VI). Véritable édition originale peu commune, il sera publié, la même année, une édition avec 7 cartes et de 14 planches lithographiées, NOTRE EXEMPLAIRE EST BIEN COMPLET (conforme au descriptif de l'Avant-Propos). Belle reliure d'époque en demi-veau anthracite à dos lisse orné d'un très beau décor dit "romantique" composé de divers petits fers harmonieusement poussés et palettes, dorés, tranches marbrées, papier sur plats de petits points d'or sur fond noir, papier de gardes à la cuve. Seul (petit) défaut : le mot aperçu est titré avec... deux p. ! (pas rédhibitoire, l'ouvrage étant en excellent état de conservation pour l'époque : papier resté bien blanc, planches sans aucune rousseur, reliure décorative). ............. Complet des 3 grands plans ou cartes dépliants ainsi que des 9 planches dépliantes de vues et de costumes en lithographie (CONFORME au descriptif de l'Avant-Propos) : Plan des environs d'Alger d'après le croquis fait par le Capitaine du Génie BOUTIN, en 1808 (43 x 53 cm) - Carte du bassin citérieur de la Méditerranée pour servir à l'intelligence des diverses expéditions sur la côte d'Afrique.(35,5 x 50 cm) - Plan d'Alger et des environs d'après le croquis fait par le Capitaine du Génie BOUTIN, en 1808 (55 x 42 cm) - Lithograph … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Darreau [France, Mâcon cedex]
2018-11-16 07:37:10
M A Troyer
Imprimerie royale volume 3: Imprimerie nationale. Condition: Very good in half morocco and marbled paper-covered boards. The first Western and second-ever publication of the great Kashmiri historical epic, the Rajatarangini, written by the Brahmin Kalhana in the middle of the 12th century. A very scarce and attractive complete set of the first printing of this edition. Three volumes: [vi] xxiv, 584; [iv] 640; [iv] xvi, 723. Published as part of the series Memoires; textes orientaux et traductions publies par la Societe asiatique de Paris. Individual volume titles as follow: Volume 1. Texte sanscrit des six premiers livres et notes [Sanskrit text and notes on the first six books]. Volume 2. Traduction; esquisse geographique et ethnographique du Kachmir ancien et moderne; examen critique des six primiers livres [Translation with geographic and ethnographic sketch of ancient and modern Kashmir, with a critique of the first six books]. Volume 3: Traduction, e claircissements historiques et chronologiques relatifs aux septieme et huitieme livres [Translation and historical and chronological explanation of the seventh and eighth books]. The northern Indian realm of Kashmir was an important center of Hinduism and later of Buddhism, and both subjects are treated in the Rajatarangini, making it an important source for the study of the history of the two religions. The original text of the Rajatarangini consists of eight books. The first three books trace the history of Kashmir from the legendary the times of the Hindu deity Krishna to the ninth century. In the remaining five books, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: EurekaBooks [Eureka, California, US]
2018-11-16 00:25:55
FOURIER, (JEAN BAPTISTE JOSEPH). - FOURIER'S THEORY OF EQUATIONS.
Paris, Firmin Didot Frères, (1830) 1831. 4to. Orig. clothbacked boards. Red titlelabel in paper with gilt lettering on spine. Spine faded and with small nicks to titlelabel and spine. Light wear to spine ends. (4),XXIV,258 pp. and 1 folded engraved plate. Htitle a bit browned. A few scattred brownspots. A wide-margined copy. ¶ Scarce first edition (with the reprinted titlepage 1831 instead of 1830).Fourier's "Analyse des equations determines" constitutes a highly important work on the theory of equations, a work which occupied Fourier throughout his life and the last thing that he wrote. The work contains numerous theories that had not previously been published, e.g. his method of solution and applications of linear qualities, due to which he actually anticipated linear programming.The work was of great importance to Fourier himself, who had attempted to publish some of his important results on the subject as early as 1789 and who later ended up in a priority-dispute due to the much delayed publication of one of these results (the Fourier-Budan theorem). His final opus constitutes his final preparation of the Fourier-theorem as well as many other important theories and results connected to his theory of equations, and it thus presents us with his final views on this important science. "[H]e had almost finished only the first two of its seven "livres". His friend Navier edited it for publication in 1831, inserting an introduction to establish from attested documents (including the delayed 1789 paper) Fourier's priority on results which had by then become famous. Perhaps Four … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-11-16 00:02:24
QUIN, Edward
[London,: Seeley and Burnside, 1830]. [London,: Seeley and Burnside,, 1830].. A set of 21 engravings with aquatint, in fine contemporary outline hand-colour. The series is unusual in that it utilises aquatint to great effect to illustrate geographical enlightenment by depicting the unknown as black clouds that peel back over succeeding maps to reveal the world as known at various points in time from ‘the deluge' until 1828. The work was intended to educate schoolchildren about the history of the world, presenting history as a consistant and uniform whole, giving a rapid view of all great political changes in human society. Of particular note are the maps showing the Garden of Eden and the Discovery of America. The final map depicts the ‘End of the General Peace' in 1828.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-14 02:34:22
Charles Mackenzie
Henry Coburn and Richard Bentley. NOTES ON HAITI, Made During a Residence in that Republic [2 volume complete set], 1st Ed. Mackenzie, Charles. Published by Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830 641 Total Pp. [335pp. + vii + 306 pp. + (ii). 2 aquatint plates, folding map of Hispanola, a folding facsimile letter signed by Le Roi Christophe. Book description: Finely rebound in half morocco with marbled boards, gilt ruled raised bands with gilt title on spines. Book dimensions: 8 1/8" x 5 1/4" x 1 1/8" each volume. Book condition: Near fine-Very good; some sporadic light browning, new end papers, strong square spines (external book appears as new; exception to browned leaf edges and slight puckering). A rare 1827 account written by a gentleman of color detailing an account of various aspects of Haitian life; based on his period as British consul there, and including both economic statistics and social observations. Parts were republished shortly by John Brown Russwurm, to publicize the Haitian Revolution. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2018-11-13 18:59:27
BYRON (Lord)
(1830) Bonne édition collective, illustrée de nombreuses gravures sur acier. Quelques rousseurs sont à déplorer mais très bel exemplaire, élégamment relié.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2018-11-13 06:25:42
ARROWSMITH, Aaron, and ARROWSMITH, Samuel
London,: A. & S. Arrowsmith, 2nd March, 1830. DescriptionLarge engraved chart (625 by 795mm to the neatline, full margins showing the plate mark), trimmed with linen. NotesPublished by the sons of Aaron Arrowsmith, this is a detailed chart of the Hawaiian Islands, with insets of Hanarura, or Fair Haven, in the Island of Woahoo; The Anchorage at Raheina, in the Island of Mowee; and Karakakooa Bay (where Captain Cook had been killed) which shows tidal variations for 1825. Showing the tracks of Captain James Cook, before and after his death in 1778 and 1779, and Vancouvers voyages of 1798, it is clear that these two explorers are the main source of information for the map. Cooks chart, which was eventually published in the official account of his third voyage, after his death in 1785, Chart of the Sandwich Islands with Sketch of Karakakooa Bay, includes information supplied by Henry Roberts and William Bligh. Vancouvers A Chart of the Sandwich Islands was prepared by Joseph Bake. The Arrowsmiths also consulted more recent surveys, probably including: those of Urey Lisiansky, for whose A Voyage Round the World: In the Years 1803, 4, 5, & 6 (1814) Aaron Arrowsmith had created eight engraved charts; Louis Choris Voyage Pittoresque Autour de Monde (1822-1823); and Otto von Kotzebues Entdeckungs-Reise in die Süd-See und nach der Berings-Strasse (1821); as well as the earlier Pacific voyages of great French explorers, such as Laperouse, and Dumont dUrville.The earliest example of the Arrowsmith map of Hawaii that we can find is held at the library of the University of Amsterdam, dat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-12 22:06:20
Schubert (Franz)
1830. manuscript music, 3 staves per system, 3 systems per page, fair copy in brown ink, with pencil annotations, slightly soiled, particularly title, also with frayed upper and lower edges, and final leaves, p.8, oblong 4to, modern quarter claret calf with marbled boards, backstrip lettered in gilt, . An early fair copy of the 1821 revised version, Opus 4, No.1.
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-11-11 08:43:50
The Book of Mormon 1830 Page (Page 53&54) Translated by Joseph Smith Jr. 1830 1st Printing Page! Extremely Scarce Edition! These lower numbered pages are getting harder to try and find for the 1830 First Edition Book of Mormon. (Please note this auction is only for 1 page that is pictured!) Good Used Condition for age. No markings on this page but does have some light foxing from age. Please also see photos for condition. Shipping Discount: I do give shipping discounts if you are to buy more then one item at a time from me. The more you buy the better the discount. Please email to find out exact discounts before purchasing. Also make sure that once you have won the items to wait for an invoice with the shipping discount. COLLECTIBLE A must have addition to your Collection! I carefully inspect each item that I list and describe exactly what I see. I might miss something small, but try to be very accurate. Please contact me if there is a problem before leaving feedback I am always willing to work with you to make you a happy costumer. Packages usually ship within 24-48 hours after payment has been received! Weekends and Holidays can take a bit longer. Payment due no later than 7 days after end of auction. See my other auctions for more books and collectibles. Be sure to add me to your favorites list! Excellent Book!!!! Great Read!!! A MUST HAVE!!!!!! Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Kiester Family Lds Books [Caldwell, Idaho, US]
2018-11-11 03:05:14
(Rhode Island): "Monthly Account of Boys at School" Original Manuscript School Roster listing male students enrolled in the English Department or the Classical Department with dates from "3mo 30th 1830 To 7th mo. 1st 1834" Pliny E. Chase, listed as a student helped to determine that this Manuscript Roster was indeed from the Friends Boarding School in Providence Rhode Island. (Though not identified in writing within) Also Confirming that this manuscript is the Friends Boarding School, names match those printed in the 1834 catalogue I found on Ancestry linked to student Josiah B Shove. Mystery solved! "Pliny Earle Chase's early education was received at the Worcester Latin School. Pliny afterwards attended the Friends' Boarding School at Providence, Rhode Island and entered Harvard in 1835, graduating in 1839." In 1840 he was an associate teacher in the Boarding-school in Providence and which he himself had prepared for college and in 1841 to 1842 he taught at the Friends Select School in Philadelphia. {Extensive Research indicates he is/was the only Pliny E Chase in this timeframe!} Moses Brown School is a Quaker school located in Providence, Rhode Island, founded in 1784 by Moses Brown, a Quaker abolitionist, and is the 8th oldest preparatory school in the country. Moses Brown (1738-1836), the schools founder, was a member of the Brown family, a powerful mercantile family of New England. Brown was a pioneering advocate of abolition of slavery, co-founded Brown University, and an industrialist. In 1777 a committee of New England Yearly Meeting which included Brown, took up … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-11 01:39:02
1830-1833 49 pièces reliées en 3 vol. in-8, demi-basane havane, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin noir, tranches jaunes (reliure de l'époque). Tome I : Doctrine de Saint-Simon. Exposition. Première année.1829. Paris, au Bureau de l'Organisateur, et chez Mesnier, 1830. In-8 de 431 pp. Deuxième édition augmentée et typographiquement la plus soignée des trois parues. Walch note que cet ouvrage est rédigé par Charles Duveyrier ; mais Fournel, précise que pour la première année : « La forme d'Exposition a été imprimée par Bazard qui constamment portait la parole. Quand à la rédaction elle a été retouchée en entier par le Père, et elle avait été faite principalement par Carnot, Fournel, et Duveyrier ». Fournel p. 72. Walch-Gerits 142 ; Kress C.2496 ; Goldsmiths 26591; Einaudi 1594. [BAZARD (Saint Amand) et ENFANTIN (Barthélemy-Prosper)]. Religion Saint-Simonienne. Lettre à M. le Président de la Chambre des Députés. Paris, Éverat, Imprimeur ,1830. In-8 de 8 pp. Édition originale. Cette lettre signée Bazard - Enfantin, chef de la religion saint-simonienne, a été entièrement rédigée par Bazard. Protestation contre la communauté des biens et des femmes. Fournel p. 66 ; Walch 320. Tome II : [LECHEVALIER (Jules)]. Religion saint-simonienne. Enseignement central. Paris, Imprimerie d'Éverat, 1831. In-8 de 64 pp. Leçons faites par Carnot et Lechevalier, le jeudi 20 janvier, à l'Athénée, extrait de l'Organisateur du 29 et janvier et 5 février 1831. Walch, 590 ; Fournel, p. 78. [REYNAUD (Jean)]. Religion saint-simonienne. Missions Saint-Simoniennes. (Extrait de l'Or … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2018-11-10 08:53:26
Honoré de Balzac [Provenance : Józef Ignacy Kraszewski, Pologne]
Paris, Levavasseur et Urbain Canel, 1830 [imprimerie de A. Barbier, Rue des Marais S.-G., n°17] 2 tomes en 2 volumes in-8 (207 x 136 mm) de XXXV-(5)-332 [ie 328, la dernière page étant mal chiffrée 332 au lieu de 328], 352 pages. Reliure de l'époque demi-chagrin bleu nuit/noir à larges coins, plats de papier chagriné ver sombre, filets dorés gras sur les plats, dos lisses ornés en long d'un grand fer typique de l'époque (vers 1840), gardes et doublures de papier marbré, fer doré armorié frappé sur le premier plat de chaque volume (32 x 23 mm env.). Voir provenance. Quelques légers frottements aux reliures par ailleurs très bien conservées. Rousseurs. Très légère mouillure sans conséquence en marges de quelques feuillets. Édition originale. La publication de la Physiologie du mariage fit scandale, mais le Tout-Paris le considéra comme un événement et le succès pour Balzac fut sans précédent, d'autant plus qu'on voulait savoir qui se cachait sous la signature anonyme du jeune célibataire qui devint aussitôt un auteur à la mode (1830). A la fois essai, méditation, et récit, le texte oscille entre l'étude de mœurs et le traité analytique. C'est d'ailleurs dans ce dernier genre que la cinquième édition de l'ouvrage (Furne) classera l'œuvre en 1846 dans la section Études analytiques de la Comédie humaine. Mais malgré son caractère osé (pour l'époque), sa structure peu conforme au roman balzacien, la Physiologie jette les fondations de la Comédie humaine. Provenance : Exemplaire provenant de la bibliothèque de l'écrivain polonais Joseph Ignace Kraszewski (1812-1887) avec ses a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie L'amour qui bouquine [France, Alise-Sainte-Reine]
2018-11-10 01:34:50
Attention Historians and Collectors! 1830 Voyages De Benjamin De Tudelle Here is a super rare antiquarian hardcover book that would be a fantastic addition to a collection! I searched the internet and could not find another book like this, only modern reprints. Super rare!!!! You are bidding on a very rare antique French hardcover book titled Voyages de Benjamin de Tudelle autour du monde, commencé l'an 1173, de Jean du Plan Carpin en Tartarie, du Frère Ascelin et de ses compagnons vers la Tartarie, de Guillaume de Rubruquin en Tartarie et en Chine en 1253. The English translation is: Travels of Benjamin de Tudelle around the world, begun in the year 1173, of Jean du Plan Carpin in Tartary, Brother Ascelin and his companions to Tartary, Guillaume de Rubruquin in Tartary and China in 1253. This is a very early book on travels to China, Tartary, etc. and recounts voyages there in 1173 and 1253. The book was printed in Paris at the expense of the government in 1830. Imagine, this book is over 180 years old!!! The book is hardcover and has been rebound at some point, my guess is late 1800's. It shows markings of once having been a library book (The Academy of the New Church). The title is written on the spine. The pages (496) are tightly bound with scattered foxing. Most pages have light foxing. The book remains in good condition. This is a great opportunity to own a book on a very desirable topic, and to own a book where it is the only one available world-wide!!!! Great gift idea! (Inventory: 518) Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Ron's Book Nook [Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-10 00:26:12
1830.Ibrahim / baron Gay de Vernon.Syrie.Damas.2/2 The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Ibrahim, by the baron G.de Vernon at Lecointe.1830.complet the two tomes.209, 143 & xxi p. small gallery of worms in the margins of some pages, clear waterstain in the upper margin, 8 spare pages. Binding of the time a half Sheepskin in condition for use solide.10 / 17cm see photos full-size below for details & State. Postage & shipping: 10 euros. Abroad, contact us. questions welcome ref9/8/11 5 Created by eBay Turbo Lister The tool support JavaScript. Put your items fast and easy and manage your active items. J'accepte le renvoi des objets J'accepte le renvoi des objets.
Bookseller: aalliibbaabbaa.fr [Lantic, FR]
2018-11-09 19:00:57
Castéra, Jean Henri & Argyropolous, Iakovos [transl.]
Cairo: Bulaq Typ. 1830. Second edition. [9], 225 pp. (numbered in Eastern Arabic system). 27x17 cm. Text in Ottoman Turkish within a double border, first text page decorated with traditional floral ornaments. Occasional pencil notes in Turkish in text. Contemporary Ottoman green quarter leather, spine with gilt tooled ornaments and gilt lettered title ''Tevarih Caterinié''. Binding rubbed on extremities, corners slightly bumped, paper slightly age toned, but overall a very good copy. Very rare Ottoman imprint with only five paper copies found in Worldcat. Second Bulaq edition of the popular biography of Catherine the Great written by marquis Jean Henri Castéra (1749-1838), French diplomat, traveler and translator, who gathered much of the original information while on diplomatic service in Saint Petersburg. The book was first published just a year after the death of the Empress (Vie de Catherine II, Impératrice de Russie. Paris, 1797, 2 vols.) and proved to be in such high demand that within ten years after publication several editions in French (Warsaw 1798, Paris 1800 and 1809), and translations into German (1797), Danish (1798), Dutch (1798), and English (1798) were published. Castera gave a detailed picture of life and internal and international policy of Catherine the Great, including the description of the First and Second Russo-Turkish Wars of 1768-1774 and 1787-1792, which saw some of the heaviest Turkish defeats in history and resulted in the Russian annexation of former Ottoman territories of Crimea, the northern shore of the Black Sea, and a strengthened Russian … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookvica [Tbilisi, Georgia]
2018-11-09 17:20:02
Grois, Josef
o. O., -, um 1830. Ölgemälde. ca. 22 x 33 cm. Gerahmt. Im Bild signiert. - Leicht berieben im Randbereich, rechte untere Ecke ein wenig gestaucht. - Grois, Maler aus Böhmen, war um 1835 in Innsbruck tätig, gestorben um 1850 in Prag. Im Ferdinandeum zu Innsbruck zwei Ölbilder auf Leinwand mit den Ansichten von Innsbruck (1830) u. Bregenz a. Bodensee. Kat. Gem.-Samml. Ferdinandeum, 1890, No 45518. (Nach Thieme-Becker).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek [Austria]
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