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        Kufra. Reise von Tripolis nach der Oase Kufra. Ausgeführt im Auftrage der Afrikanischen Gesellschaft in Deutschland. Nebst Beiträgen v. P. Ascherson, J. Hann, F. Karsch, W. Peters, A. Stecker. Leipzig, F. A. Brockhaus 1881. Gr. 8°. VIII, 559 S., mit 1 Frontispiz, 6 Tafeln u. Textholzstiche, 21 (gefalt.) Tabellen und 2 (gefalt.) Karten, OLwd.

      - Henze IV, 659. - Erste Ausgabe.- Rohlfs (1831-1896) letzte Expedition führte ihn als ersten Europäer in die Oasengruppe Kufra im heutigen Libyen. Kufra war Sitz des damals fremdenfeindlichen islamischen Senussi-Ordens.- Ohne die Übersichtskarte.- Etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Descrizione della Palestina o storia del Vangelo illustrata coi monumenti.

      dalla Società Tipog. de' Classici Italiani 1831 In - 4° (cm. 27), brossura muta coeva (strappi al dorso, Ex Libris al contropiatto), pp. [4], 171, [5], con 32 tavole (di 33 secondo l'indice, ma Iccu ne indica 30) di cui una grande cartina della Palestina ripiegata; sporadiche e lievissime fioriture; Ex Libris al contropiatto. Bellissimo libro in edizione originale. Giulio Ferrario descrive la Terra Santa raccogliendo testi precedenti di viaggi compiuti in quei luoghi, e arricchendoli di affascinanti immagini in acquatinta di Angeli, Boggi, Bonatti, Bramati, Citterio, Landini. Cfr. Lipperheide 1462. Splendido apparato iconografico, buon esemplare genuino.

      [Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi]
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        A New Map of Asia, Exhibiting its Natural and Political Divisions. Delineated from the most recent authorities

      London: John Cary, 1831. Large handcoloured map measuring 1360 x 1480 mm., originally dissected and backed on linen, now handsomely framed. Allure of the unknown. Splendid large format of Asia and Australasia, revealing the allure of India and East Asia alongside the vast expanse of the Australian interior. One such display may well have compelled adventurous men of the era to venture the exploration of inland Australia, a task fraught with innumerable hazards.This map is the work of the younger John Cary (1791-1852), son of the legendary London mapmaker of the same name. The Cary family were renowned as innovative modern cartographers who championed accuracy over frills and ornament, and by doing so created more compelling and collectible maps than those of their predecessors. Cary was apprenticed to his father's business and took over the premises in the Strand after the disastrous fire of 1820, and continued trading from this address until 1850. Likewise, Cary's elder brother William was a maker of mathematical instruments and globes who also traded from a Strand premises.The Australian continent is presented as an effectively unknown expanse (especially compared with India, China and the Spice Islands). The eastern seaboard is well populated with place names, and the southeast inland rivers are delineated with occasional geographical notes. For example, the headwaters of the Macquarie River are described as "Country covered with Reeds and under water". The oceans surrounding the continent are littered with memories of early voyagers and marine disasters - we read "Dampier's Rocks" and "Here the English Ship Tryal was lost" in the Indian Ocean off Western Australia, while the Coral Sea is marked with "Wreck Reef Here the Porpoise and Cato were Lost"

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering's Strait, to co-operate with the Polar Expeditions: performed in His Majesty's Ship Blossom.

      Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, London 1831 - Two volumes bound in one, quarto, with 19 engraved plates, four lithographed plates, and three engraved maps (two folding); with the rare errata slip called for by Forbes and Hill (at start of vol. II) but without the final leaf of publisher's advertisements not present in all copies; a little light browning or spotting to the plates (as often), but a very good copy in contemporary polished pale calf, later ornately gilt-panelled spine; engraved bookplate of Sir William Curtis. With a manuscript letter from Beechey inserted. First edition: 'one of the most valuable of modern voyages' (Sabin) in the desirable "Admiralty" edition in the larger format, with a signed letter from Beechey to his publisher bound in.Originally ordered to Bering Strait as a relief expedition for captains Parry and Franklin, Beechey travelled extensively in the Pacific, visiting Pitcairn Island, where he met and interviewed the last of the mutineers John Adams. The Narrative includes a detailed description of the mutiny. Beechey visited Easter Island and the Society Islands, and was the first European to land at the Mangareva (Gambier) Islands. He stopped for some time at Tahiti and briefly at Hawaii, before sailing to Kamchatka where he learned of the wreck of Parry's Fury. The Blossom spent July to October 1826 at Kotzebue Sound, tragically missing contact with Franklin by a mere fifty leagues. The following year he continued his exploration of the Arctic before sailing down the American coast to San Francisco, from whence he continued his cartographical work in the Pacific before returning to Kotzebue Sound in late 1827. Having had no sign of Franklin, he sailed home by Cape Horn.Bound into this copy is an original manuscript letter from Beechey to the book's publisher Richard Bentley, dated 18 September 1845. The letter reads: 'I inclose a note for Mr. Alex. Simpson for whom you have lately published a small book and beg you to be so good as to send it to him with a copy of my Polar Voyages which I beg to present to him'. Alexander Simpson had worked for the Hudson's Bay Company and was the brother of the Arctic explorer Thomas Simpson, who claimed Barrow Point for the British in 1837. During the expedition Thomas Simpson was killed by a gunshot wound to the head - whether suicide or mutiny remains unclear - and in an attempt to clear his brother's name, Alexander published his Narrative of Discoveries on the North Coast of America with Richard Bentley in 1843. In 1845 he also published a Life of his brother, again published by Bentley. It is surely one of these two publications - probably the latter - to which Beechey refers. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Letter Book of William Wheelwright - Ship Owner and Commission Merchan. New York, 1831 - 1835

      Folio. 487 pages of manuscript entries plus index at back. This book contains copies of outgoing letters to about 250 correspondents sent between February 19, 1831 and October 15, 1835. Wheelwright was involved in brokering a wide variety of goods such as palm oil, seal skins, type metal, powder, fine sponges, cotton, Madeira, hemp, oil of rose, molasses and buffalo horns, to name just a few. Some of the letters discuss business deals such as carving ship's figureheads, shipwrecks and repairs, and sales of ships in which Wheelwright was also involved as owner or part owner. His correspondents range from those in American port cities such as Boston, New Orleans, and Philadelphia to such European ports as London, Liverpool, Rotterdam, and Gibraltar, and a number of Mediterranean ports. Wheelwright was born in 1798 and died in 1832. In a letter dated Sept 3, 1832 Wheelwright's brother says, "I have just rcd. a letter from Mr. W. He will be back in a day or two." But he never did come back, and the final fifty pages document the brother's attempt to clean up Wheelwright's affairs for him. There was a more famous William Wheelwright, an industrialist, who survived well into the 19th century. He was not related to the Wheelwright who wrote these letters. This book gives a marvelous picture of the breadth and activity of a New York commission merchant's business. Text is in very good condition, with all the correspondence clean and legible. Bound in worn reverse calf. Backstrip perished, back board detached but present.

      [Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co.]
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      London, James Nisbet, 1831. Also a Journal of some months' Residence at Bagdad.. FIRST EDITION 1831, 8vo, approximately 185 x 110 mm, 7½ x 4¼ inches, pages: xi, (1), 1-144, 193- 215, [1], complete with half-title, and 1 page advert at rear, jump in pagination occurs in all copies, register continuous, collated and complete, no text is missing, lacking 2 final blank leaves, bound in modern full burgundy morocco, narrow gilt patterned border to covers, richly gilt on spine, gilt lettered title, top edges red, new endpapers, housed in custom made sturdy cloth bound slipcase. Small chip to lower inner corner of first 7 leaves, that on half-title neatly repaired, minute chip to lower edge of title page. A very good clean copy. The journal of Groves' residence in Baghdad contains an account of the terrible plague of 1831 and the siege of Baghdad by the Pasha of Mosul in the same year. Sotheby's Catalogue of Library of Brooke-Hitching Part 2, 574; Sotheby's Catalogue of the Library of Michael Burrell No. 320. Not listed in Cox or Howgego. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the original tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by His Majesty's special command

      Oxford: Pr. at the University Press by Samuel Collingwood & Co. 24mo. [528] ff.. 1831 A lovely gift Bible, presented in the 19th century to one James Henry Newman by five members of his immediate family. Binding: Contemporary embossed rich cordovan-colored morocco cathedral binding featuring inter alii the Holy Ghost (in Pentacostal dove–form), the Agnus Dei, and stained/leaded glass "windows" both pointed and rosette. Spine additionally with gilt-stamped title; turn-ins with blind-roll design. All edges brightly gilt. Binding as above, in beautiful condition. First front fly-leaf with early inked familial gift inscription (including an explanation of one brother's having opted out of the group present!); second front fly-leaf with inked dedicatory poem.

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        Le Dessin d'Apres, Nature et sans Maitre, suivant la Methode du Professeur le Breton, consistant a faire Dessiner d'Apres Nature, des la Premiere Lecon, par Mme Jerry de Mancy, Nee Adele le Breton, Peintre et Professeur

      1831. WRITTEN, DRAWN AND LITHOGRAPHED BY WOMEN JARRY DE MANCY, Adele and Jean-Francois LE BRETON. Le Dessin d'Apres, Nature et sans Maitre, suivant la Methode du Professeur le Breton, consistant a faire Dessiner d'Apres Nature, des la Premiere Lecon, par Mme Jarry de Mancy, Nee Adele le Breton, Peintre et Professeur... [4], iv, 107, [1] pp. Illustrated with 33 full-page lithograph plates numbered 1-32 plus 8bis, signed Mme. Marchand after Mme. Jarry de Mancy. Folio, 290 x 460 mm, bound in contemporary quarter calf over marbled boards. Paris: Paul Renouard for the Author, 1831. |~||~||~||~| First Edition, second issue. A female artist's treatise on her famous father's drawing method, illustrated with her own drawings lithographed by another female artist. Le Breton (1761-1838) studied under David in Paris, where his eponymous drawing method was so sought after that he continued giving lessons to at least one imprisoned student during the Reign of Terror ("Jean-Francois Le Breton," in Réunion des sociétés des beaux-arts des départements a la Sorbonne, 1885, p. 435). Adele Jarry de Mancy (1794-1854), Le Breton's daughter and pupil, was a distinguished member of the Athenée des Arts de Paris. She published two of Le Breton's treatises, of which this is the second. More than the earlier Traité de perspective simplifiée linéaire (1828), this drawing manual emphasizes methods for capturing the human form: in movement, portraiture, and features including ears, hands, and noses. Three of the 33 lithographs were executed in a soft bistre, showing two views of a castle; stages in a portrait of a woman; and a (conservatively rendered) male nude.

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        [Computers] Table of the Logarithms of the Natural Numbers From 1 To 108000

      London: Printed for B Fellowes, Ludgate Street. 1831., 1831. Second Edition, being the First Corrected Edition; the earlier printing featured nine errors which, given the content, were crucial. Tall octavo pp. xx, 202, [1 imprint]. A very attractive copy in a most elaborate full binding (for a table of logarithms) of straight-grain green morocco with heavy silk endpapers, all edges gilt with inner gilt dentelles; possibly a presentation binding (although unsigned) -both boards are intricately tooled with a geometric design of gilt rings. Later bookplate of historian Wilhem Voss of Hamburg-Altona to pastedown, some faint dampstaining to margin of first and final leaves, some sunning to covers. Very good indeed. Babbage is known for his advocacy of the "difference engine" an early calulating device and precursor of the modern computer.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        MÜNCHEN. - Schwabing. Blick über den Kleinhesseloher See auf die Frauenkirche, links das Sckell-Denkmal, vorne eine Kutsche. Mittelbild, umrahmt von 26 naturgetreuen Brustbildern "d'après nature" von Mitgliedern des Adels, vor allem der Familien Esterhazy, Szechenyi und Potocki.

      - Lithographie auf China "d'après nature" von F. Hanfstaengl, dat. 1831, 44 x 57 cm. Gebhardt, Franz Hanfstaengl, Abb. S. 74: "Franz Hanfstaengls 'Prospekt' aus den dreißiger Jahren". - Die Namen der Personen sind verso von alter Hand mit Bleistift vermerkt. Vorhanden (im Uhrzeigersinn von mittig oben): 1. Andreas Fürst Razumowsky (1752-1836), Russischer Diplomat, Mäzen u.a. Beethovens, der ihm u.a. die 6. und 7. Symphonie widmete. Laut Tagebuch seiner Schwägerin, Lulu Gräfin v. Thürheim (siehe Nr. 19), befand er sich auf der Durchreise. - 2. Valentin (Bálint) Graf Esterhazy de Galantha (1786-1838). - 3. Aloysia (Louise) Gräfin Wurmbrand-Stuppach, geb. Gräfin Szechenyi (1807-1842). - 4. Auguste Fr.L.V. de Marmont, Maréchal de France, Duc de Raguse (1774-1852), General Napoleons. - 5. Julie Gräfin Szechenyi-Parry (1809-1885, Schwester von 3.) - 6. Valentin Graf Esterhazy de Galantha (1814-1858, Sohn von 2.) - 7. Sophia Gräfin Potocki, geb. Zofia Gräfin Branicka (1790-1879). - 8. Louis de La Rue (gest. nach 1837), Oberst, Adjutant des Marschalls Marmont (Nr.4) - 9. Maria Anna Gräfin Esterhazy de Galantha, geb. Gräfin Ungnad von Weissenwolff (1795-1866, Gemahlin von 2. und Mutter von 6.) - 10. Stefania Gräfin Esterhazy de Galantha (1812-1887). - 11. Ludwig Maria Aloys Graf Szechenyi (1781-1855, Vater von 3. und 5.), mit seitenverkehrtem Vermerk "Montag 9-10 Uhr". - 12. Constantine Fürstin Razumowsky, geb. Konstanze Gräfin von Thürheim (1785-1867, Gemahlin von 1.) - 13. Georg (III.) Lajos Graf Esterhazy de Galantha (1781-1865, Vater von 10.) - 14. Franziska Gräfin Szechenyi, geb. Gräfin Wurmbrand-Stuppach (1797-1873, Gemahlin von 11.) - 15. Arthur Graf Potocki (1787-1832, Gemahl von 7.), Reiseschriftsteller. - 16. Josefine Marie Gräfin Potocky-Pilawa, geb. Jozefina Maria Gräfin Czartoryska (1787-1862). - 17. Georgine Baroness Acton (1823-1891), spätere Gemahlin von Kurt R. Graf zur Lippe-Weißenfeld. Das Mädchen steht zwischen zwei Frauen, links: 18. eine "Miß Johnstone", rechts: 19. Lulu Gräfin von Thürheim (1788-1864, Schwester von 12.), Malerin und Schriftstellerin (Tagebücher), heimlich verheiratet mit Charles Tirion (1803-1832). - 20. Ein unbekannter Herr. - 21./22. Zwei Kinder: Graf und Gräfin Potocki. - 23. Sofia Gräfin Kisseloff, geb. Gräfin Potocki (1801-1875), verheiratet (1821-1829) mit Paul Graf Kisseloff (1788-1872). - 24. Unbekannter junger Mann, möglicherweise Alfred Graf Potocki (1817-1889, Sohn von 25.) - 25. Alfred Graf Potocki-Pilawa (1785-1862, Gemahl von 16.) - 26. Karolina Gräfin Esterhazy de Galantha (1789-1846, Gemahlin von 13.) - Die Darstellung mittig verso bez.: "Jardin Anglais, à Munich". - Geglättete Längs- und Querfalte, dort z.T. leicht fleckig. Im breiten Rand hinterlegte Läsuren. Reizendes Souvenirblatt für die gehobene Gesellschaft der Biedermeierzeit!

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        MÜNCHEN. - Schwabing. Blick über den Kleinhesseloher See auf die Frauenkirche, links das Sckell-Denkmal, vorne eine Kutsche. Mittelbild, umrahmt von 26 naturgetreuen Brustbildern gutgekleideter Frauen, Männer und Kinder der Münchner Bourgoisie, unten Inschrift.

      - Lithographie "d'après nature" von F. Hanfstaengl, dat. 1831, 44 x 57 cm. Gebhardt, Franz Hanfstaengl, Abb. S. 74: "Franz Hanfstaengls 'Prospekt' aus den dreißiger Jahren". - Minimale Randläsuren. Reizendes Souvenirblatt für die gehobene Münchner Gesellschaft der Biedermeierzeit!

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        The Leather Stocking Tales, comprising of: The Last of the Mohicans, The Prairie, The Pathfinder, The Pioneers, and The Deerslayer

      London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831, 1832, 1843., 1831. Bentley's Standard Novels, being the FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITIONS. 5 volumes; small 8vo. Beautifully bound in recent green half calf with raised bands, 3 red title labels and extra gilt to spines; marbled boards, end papers and edges. Engraved frontispiece and title page to each volume. Clean and tight. A superb little set held in a protective felt-lined green cloth slipcase. Bentley's Standard Novels is a collection of 96 classics books which includes works by J. F. Cooper, Jane Austen and Victor Hugo.

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      FRANKENSTEIN OR THE MODERN PROMETHEUSTHE GHOST-SEER1831; Mary Shelley, Friedrich Von Schiller; Third Edition, First Illustrated Edition; London, Henry Colburn, Richard Bentley; Rebound Leather; Illustrated by Theodor Von Holst; Bound with Vol.I of II of The Ghost Seer; XII, 202, II, 163 Pages, 1 Publisher's Imprint; w4.3"xh6.7"; Extremely Rare!!!Great For any Fan of the Famous Author/Classic or Collector.  Great Gift Idea; First Visual Depiction of Dr. Frankenstein!!!ATTRIBUTES:A Beautiful, sleek marble cover design with nice black morocco leather binding/corners, gold borders, gold trim/labeling with raised bands to the spine, black end pages, marble page edges, with a new Introduction by the Author dated 101/5/1831, with a great frontispiece and vignette title page and a Legendary Classic!!! SUMMARIES:Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, is a novel written by English author Mary Shelley about the young student of science Victor Frankenstein, who creates a grotesque but sentient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Shelley started writing the story when she was eighteen, and the novel was published when she was twenty. The first edition was published anonymously in London in 1818. Shelley's name appears on the second edition, published in France in 1831. Frankenstein is infused with elements of the Gothic novel and the Romantic movement and is also considered to be one of the earliest examples of science fiction. Brian Aldiss has argued that it should be considered the first true science fiction story, because unlike in previous stories with fantastical elements resembling those of later science fiction, the central character "makes a deliberate decision" and "turns to modern experiments in the laboratory" to achieve fantastic results. It has had a considerable influence across literature and popular culture and spawned a complete genre of horror stories, films, and plays.The Ghost-Seer (full title: Der Geisterseher ?" Aus den Papieren des Grafen von O**; literally, The Ghost-Seer ?" From the papers of the Count of O**) or The Apparitionist is an unfinished novel by Friedrich Schiller. It first appeared in several installments from 1787 to 1789 in the journal Thalia, later appearing as a three-volume book in its own right. Although it remained unfinished, its audiences were the largest for any of Schiller's work during his lifetime. The readership was attracted by its elements typical of the time, such as necromancy, spiritualism and conspiracies.BACKGROUND:Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (née Godwin; 30 August 1797 ?" 1 February 1851) was an English novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer, best known for her Gothic novel Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus (1818). She also edited and promoted the works of her husband, the Romantic poet and philosopher Percy Bysshe Shelley. Her father was the political philosopher William Godwin, and her mother was the philosopher and feminist Mary Wollstonecraft.In 1831 Mary substantially re-edited the work and added a new preface. The new text was published in a cheaper popular format as one of Richard Bentley?s Standard Novels, together with another Gothic novel entitled The Ghost-Seer. This was also the first illustrated edition of Frankenstein, featuring an engraved frontispiece that was the first visual depiction of Dr. Frankenstein and the Creature.Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (10 November 1759 ?" 9 May 1805) was a German poet, philosopher, historian, and playwright. During the last seventeen years of his life (1788?"1805), Schiller struck up a productive, if complicated, friendship with already famous and influential Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. They frequently discussed issues concerning aesthetics, and Schiller encouraged Goethe to finish works he left as sketches. This relationship and these discussions led to a period now referred to as Weimar Classicism. They also worked together on Xenien, a collection of short satirical poems in which both Schiller and Goethe challenge opponents to their philosophical vision.Theodor Von Holst was a 19th century British painter, and the first artist to tackle illustrating Frankenstein. Von Holst was mentored by Henry Fuseli whom he met as a student  at the Royal Academy of Arts in London where Fuseli was a Professor of Painting. Von Holst was a student of Fuseli?s for only a year when Fuseli died in 1825. Henry Fuseli had a huge influence on Von Holst despite the short time period.CONDITION:Condition is Very Good.  Small if any outer wear, newer rebinding/end pages, signature John Barlow to upper vignette title page, browned/little blemished frontispiece/vignette title pages, little to title page, small light blemish to a few margins, pages/hinges/text block are very good for over 180 years old!!!

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        Notre-Dame De Paris

      Paris: Charles Gosselin, 1831. Two volumes complete - Volume One - [8], 404pp and Volume Two - [4], 536pp. Bound in later full straight grain morocco by Canape, raised bands, spines in five panels, with larger central panel, author and title to second panel, volume to fourth and date to foot, panels to head and foot with mirrored device, larger central panel with quadrilobe inside a roundel with the same device above and below. Covers with triple fillet bordering a frame comprising corner pieces joined by quadruple fillet, edges with gilt roll, inner dentelles gilt, top edge gilt, other edges gilded 'in the rough', bronze silk endpapers. Slightly rubbed to extremities, otherwise bright and clean. Internally very lightly browned, but clean. Now both housed in morocco-entry slip-cases. With half-titles. Binding is by Canape and is signed and dated on turn-ins. A lovely copy of a scarce classic. Vicaire IV:256-7. First Edition. Full Morocco. Very Good. Illus. by Johannot, Tony. 8vo.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        Elements of Surgery

      8vo., [First US Edition?], free endpapers lightly spotted, some mild age - staining to text; mid - nineteenth century half calf, marbled boards, back with four raised bands ruled and tooled in gilt, second compartment lettered in gilt, red sprinkled edges, boards lightly age - marked else a very good, crisp, firm copy. Liston's classic text was first published in three parts (1831 - 32), here combined in a single volume. It is his first published work, later augmented by 'Practical Surgery' (1837). 'In his day [Robert] Liston was the most dexterous [sic] and resourceful surgeon in the British Isles. He was the first in the country to remove the scapula and the first - on 21 December 1846 - to perform a major operation with the aid of an anaesthetic' (Garrison & Morton 4777). A remarkably well - preserved copy of an important and influential treatise.

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        Die Giftpflanzen der Schweiz beschrieben., Gezeichnet von J(onas) D. Labram, lithographirt von C. J(oseph) Brodtmann.

      Zürich, Esslinger, o. J. (1831). - XXVI, 84 S., 1 Bl. 1 lithograph. Titel und 38 kolorierte lithograph. Tafeln. Erste Ausgabe, mit der Warnung vor der giftigen Eibe auf dem letzten Blatt. - Nissen BBI 839. Pritzel 3905, Stafleu/C. 2564. - Johannes Hegetschweiler (1789 -1839) ließ sich nach dem Medizinstudium in Zürich und Tübingen als Arzt in Stäfa am Zürichsee nieder. Er betrieb intensive botanische Studien und stand in Kontakt mit in- und ausländischen Gelehrten, u.a. mit Oswald Heer, der Hegetschweilers Flora der Schweiz später (1840) vollendete. 1831 in den Großen Rat entsandt, wurde Hegetschweiler Regierungsrat. Als Leiter des Gesundheitswesens hatte er Anteil an der Ausarbeitung einer neuen Medizinalverfassung. Als Joahnnes Hegetschweiler beim "Züriputsch" vermittelnd vor die Menge trat, traf ihn ein tödlicher Schuß. - "Die Arbeiten Labram`s sind ausserordentlich getreu, auch technisch gelungene und selbst künstlerisch nicht unfeine Bildnisse der Natur. Besonders die Pflanzenbilder geben mit unübertrefflicher Sicherheit den Habitus und die charakterischen Einzelheiten der Originale wieder und sind in ihrer Art Meisterwerke" (Brun, Schweiz. Künstler Lexikon Bd. II, 212). - Unbeschnitten. Kaum fleckig oder gebräunt. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 0 8°. Pp. um 1920 mit Rückenschild (etw. bestoßen und gebräunt, Rückenbezüge leicht angeplatzt). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manuscript - Nine Court Documents - Counterfeiting Currency

      Ohio, 1831. County of Richland, State of Ohio, 1831-1862. Nine Manuscript Documents from the Court of Common Pleas, each documenting early trials for counterfeiting currency four dating between 1831-1837, four from 1855 to 1856, and one dated 1862, one of which is a writ for an arrest. Most are folio, 8 single leafs, 1 double leaf, most with clerk's filing annotations to verso, some with trial costs. Some age-toning, one document reinforced at folds, otherwise in very good condition, easily legible and retaining a strong impression. Together with two editions of 'The Pathfnder, quarterly newsletter printed in Ohio, 2009, which outlined specific cases of currency fraud and "wildcat banking" Counterfeit currency began in Rochester, New York, in the late eighteenth century, which became the hub of production, but as these court documents indicate, such activities were also employed in the Midwest. In the 1820s in Sprigg Township, Adams County, Ohio, the Johnsons family residence was known as the "Old Counterfeit House" and has been described by a former neighbor who frequented the home as a youngster, as "a big house with all its secret doors and fireplaces to hide the money..." By 1836 counterfeit 'Bank of Rochester' bills were discovered in Ohio and Michigan. By 1862, the New York Times estimated that 80% of the banknotes circulating in America at that time were counterfeit. Wildcat banking refers to the unusual practices of banks chartered under state law during the periods of non-federally regulated state banking between 1816 and 1863 in the United States, also known as the Free Banking Era. Trial: 2 June 1831. Defendant: Stephen Moore In this case three witnesses Thomas Stringer, John P. Riznor, and Washington P. McCreary are bound by the State of Ohio to appear as witnesses, or be fined $100 each, an exorbitant sum of approximately one month's average wages at the time. The court clerk's expense tallies are detailed to verso and indicate that Moore was apprehended for a cost of 70 cents, and subsequently imprisoned for "2 nights, one day and half" at a a cost of $2.50 USD. The Justice of the Peace in this case was Josiah Gallup (1810-1866), estate owner in the county. Trial: 21 January 1832. Defendant: Arthur Feggras (Trial to be concluded 23 January) Upon receiving a complaint by Uriah Jimison one cold Saturday morning, on the same day a warrant was issued, Arthur Feggras was apprehended and a hearing commenced, charging the latter with knowingly passing a counterfeit note. A rather busy day already, the transcript of proceedings records that the examination could not be completed and would continue at 9 o'clock Monday 23rd January, the accused being detained in the local jail for the two days. Sixteen witnesses were called to testify in this case, each being remunerated 50 cents for their appearance. Thomas Edgington, estate owner and relation of settler Jesse Edgington Sr was the Justice of the Peace for this case. Trial: 18 November 1836. Defendant: Valentine Kettering A "second recognizance" document, this manuscript leaf, signed by County Justice of the Peace Daniel Swinner, indicates that the accused has been held in prison for 5 weeks, since 6 October 1836, a most unusual circumstance for the nature of the offence, suggesting that this man was an active or notorious criminal. Excerpt: "Valentine Kettering has been arrested and bound, to appear at the next Court of Common Pleas..." Trial: 9 January 1837. Defendant: Jonathan Decoursey Decoursey is charged with the crime of "passing counterfeited Bank paper or notes knowing the same to be false, forged and counterfeited..." Decoursey was almost immediately assumed guilty by Special Constable George Swanner who issued the warrant for his arrest when he "refused to comply with", or perhaps was unable to pay, the recognizance of $500. While Decoursey was "committed to the Jail of the County" seventeen witnesses were subpoenaed to strengthen the prosecution, paying each 50 cents for their testimony. The Justice of the Peace for this trial was James M. Gilkison. Counterfeiting of currency in America has its roots in Rochester, New York, as early the 1790s when an estimated three quarters of British coin money in America was in fact light-weight counterfeit production. American State and Spanish coins were also counterfeited, but to a lesser degree. The U.S. Mint first began producing circulating coins in 1793, but it took over fifty years for them to produce a sufficient medium of exchange to keep businesses supplied and the economy running smoothly. Into this breach stepped the counterfeiter to do his civic duty. Due to the shortage, an early merchant would do business with some counterfeit money or he would simply lose business. The first suspected counterfeiter from Rochester was its first white settler, Ebenezar Allen. In 1811, he was living across the border in Canada where he was arrested and charged, only to be acquitted by the British/Canadian court on the eve of the War of 1812. Prior to the Civil War (1861-65), banks printed paper money. Notes printed by state-chartered banks, which could be exchanged for gold and silver, were the most common form of paper currency in circulation. From the founding of the United States to the passage of the National Banking Act, some 8,000 different entities issued currency, which created an unwieldy money supply and facilitated rampant counterfeiting. In Rochester alone sixteen banks issued the minimum $1, $5, $10, and $20 bills, thus sixty-four different notes were possible from our city banks alone. Notes from neighboring villages and nearby cities were also circulated. The situation was ideal for the counterfeiter. Rochester seems to have been a center for passing and manufacturing counterfeit monies; from 1821-62 as many as 107 arrests were made, twenty-five percent of these between 1857 and 1859, a period of economic recession. Of that number only six were women. The Secret Service Division was created on July 5, 1865 in Washington, D.C., to suppress counterfeit currency. Chief William P. Wood was sworn in by Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCulloch. Anti-counterfeiting measures for producing currency did not begin in the US until well into the twentieth century, decades later than many countries. The 'Court of Common Pleas' existed prior to the State Court. It was composed of not less than three, nor more than five judges. The following gentlemen were judges, though their exact terms of service cannot be given. Rufus Putnam, Benjamin Tupper, Archibald Cary, Joseph Gilman, Dudley Woodbridge, Robert Oliver, Daniel Loring, John G. Petit, Isaac Pierce, Griffin Greene, Ephraim Cutler, Peregrine Foster. The constitution of the 1802 provided for a Court of Common Pleas to consist of one president judge and two or three associate judges, all to be appointed by the legislature and to hold office for seven years. There were to be three president judges for the State, but the associate judges were appointed in each county.. Very Good.

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      Stampa litografica originale, finemente eseguita alla matita, dalla bella coloritura coeva a pennello e acquerello policromo. Sotto il bordolinea inferiore, a sinistra indicazione dell'artista in qualità di inventore ed esecutore dell'opera, al centro indicazione dello stabilimento litografico Turgis e a destra indirizzo dell'editore; più in basso al centro numero 2 (relativo all'appartenenza del foglio a una suite) nonché titolo. L'opera, di notevole piacevolezza e ricercata per il soggetto, è una veduta di Napoli colta dalle alture di Capodimonte, località dove sorge l'omonima reggia borbonica; sullo sfondo a sinistra vi è il Vesuvio con il caratteristico pennacchio di fumo. A destra in primo piano è rappresentato un pergolato, sotto il quale sostano alcune figure di popolani: uno suona il mandolino, l'altro il tamburello, altri popolani osservano due donne che danzano, altri si godono il panorama dalla terrazza; una donna reca sulla testa un'anfora. L'opera raccoglie in un'unica veduta molti degli elementi pittoreschi del paesaggio e del folklore napoletano dell'Ottocento. Perrot oltre che litografo fu pittore di marine e paesaggi, allievo di Gudin, nacque a Paimbeouf nella Loire - inferieure e morì a San Pietroburgo; sue opere furono esposte a Salons parigini fra il 1831 e il 1844. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo.

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        Briefe eines Verstorbenen. Ein fragmentarisches Tagebuch aus England, Wales, Irland und Frankreich, geschrieben in den Jahren 1828 und 1829 (ab Band 3: . aus Deutschland, Holland und England, geschrieben in den Jahren 1826, 1827 und 1828). 4 Bände in 2. Mit 9 (2 lithogr., 2 kolor., 1 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. Halblederbde um 1880 (ein Rücken mit kleiner, restaurierter Läsur) mit Rückentitel und Filetenvergoldung.

      München, Franckh (1 u. 2) und Stuttgart, Hallberger (3 u. 4), 1830-1831. - Alle Bände des Erstlingswerks in erster Ausgabe, so recht selten. Als die ersten beiden Bände dieser geistreichen und witzigen Reisebeschreibung herausgekommen waren, bezeichnete Goethe sie als ". das beste Buch, das neuerdings erschienen ist". Es begründete Pücklers Ruhm als Reiseschriftsteller. Anlass der Reise waren die misslichen finanziellen Verhältnisse, in die er durch die Anlage der Muskauer Parklandschaft geraten war und die in seinen Kreisen als Verarmung gelten mussten. Pückler vereinbarte mit seiner Frau Lucie die Scheidung – das Paar blieb verbunden bis zu Lucies Tod 1854 – um Hermann die Möglichkeit zu geben, in England eine reiche Partie zu finden, mit deren Geld das Parkprojekt beendet und dort eine Ehe zu dritt geführt werden könne. In 48 langen, tagebuchartigen Briefen hat Pückler von der Reise berichtet. Diese Briefe wurden – unter Streichung der allzu freizügigen Berichte über seine erotischen Abenteuer – Grundlage für das Werk. War die Reise in Bezug auf eine reiche Heirat ergebnislos, so sind doch die Briefe "in Form und Inhalt eines der charmantesten Beispiele der deutschen Briefliteratur, weniger wegen ihres privaten Gehalts als vielmehr aufgrund der schriftstellerischen Kraft, mit der Pückler die Landschaft Englands und Irlands wie auch die sozialen und gesellschaftlichen Verhältnisse dort festhält" (KNLL). Pückler macht kein Hehl aus seiner liberalen Gesinnung. Schon mit dem Titel des Buchs spielt er auf die Untätigkeit an, zu der er in Deutschland verurteilt war. Und trotz aller klaren Kritik an der englischen Klassengesellschaft und der Doppelbödigkeit des dortigen Standesdünkels vergleicht er immer wieder die bürgerlich-freie Gesellschaft der Insel mit dem lähmenden Zwangssystem in Deutschland. So schildert er z. B. ausführlich die Lebensverhältnisse eines Gastwirts und bewundert, wie frei dieser und andere ihre Existenz genießen können, "Könige im Schoose ihrer Häuslichkeit . die nimmer durch schwere Sendschreiben unhöflicher Behörden belästigt werden, welche bis in die Wohnstube und Schlafkammer Alles regieren wollen . Glückliche, die frei von Eingriffen in ihren Beutel, frei von Unwürdigkeiten für ihre Person, frei von unnützen Plackereien ihre Macht fühlen lassen wollender Büreaukraten, frei von der Aussaugung unersättlicher Staatsblutigel sind, und dabei als unumschränkte Herren in ihrem Eigenthume, nur den Gesetzen zu folgen brauchen, die sie selbst mit geben helfen – wenn man bedenkt, sage ich, so muß man gestehen, daß England ein gesegnetes Land ist, wenn auch kein vollkommenes" (Band I, S. 147). Unter den Illustrationen sind vor allem 2 handkolorierte Kaspertheaterdarstellungen hervorzuheben. – Exlibris Wilhelm Herzog zu Braunschweig. Bis auf Titel und Tafeln kaum stockfleckig, wie sonst meist. Gutes Exemplar. – Goed. XIV 717, 444. Engelmann 1251. Borst 1613.

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        History of Constantius and Pulchera; or Virtue which is added, Love and Generosity. A Tale founded on Facts [with separate title page]

      Exeter, [New Hampshire]: Published by W.C. & S. Hardy: Sawyer & Meder, Printers, 1831. 118 pp. Tear at bottom of p. 19 with minor loss. 1 vols. 16mo (7 x 10.1 mm). Black contemporary calf and boards. In half brown moroco slipcase and chemise. Bookplate of Frank J. Hogan and Lucy Frost Her Book 1832 on back endpaper. Hogan Copy of An American Miniature This early American novel is set around Philadelphia during the American Revolution. The first edition was printed in Boston in 1794 and was reprinted at least 10 times before this edition. It "illustrates the relationship sometimes existing between the novel of adventurous travel and the semi-historical novel. In its cheerful conglomeration of improbabilities it agreeably suggests a prophetic caricature of the modern tale of adventure"-Loshe, The Early American Novel, p. 64The second story appears here for the first time.

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      Firmin Didot, Paris - 1831 - 1838; 3 volumes, folio (59cm x 42cm.), 3 half-titles, 3 engraved additional titles, 3 engraved frontispiece plates, and 261 plates (i.e. a total of 264 plates), of which 6 are double-page or folding-out plates and 5 are hand-coloured, contemporary brown half morocco gilt; edges/corners rubbed, outer edges of leather spine partly split (with binding fragile but still intact), small piece of top of spine (of vol.I) flaked off but present, throughout very light to medium foxing (plates overall less than text pages); a good, 100% complete copy; please inquire before ordering

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      Firenze, Tip. all'Insegna di Dante, 1831-1833. In-8 oblungo (mm. 220x285), 4 voll. (1 di tavv.), mz. pelle coeva (picc. restauri al dorso), tit. oro su due tasselli al dorso, pp. (4),IV,367,15 (di indice); (2),384,19; 481,18. Il 4° vol. - di tavole - ne contiene 146 (numer. 130 + i bis e i ter): sono inc. in rame e all'acquatinta, numerose più volte ripieg., e raffigurano vedute, costumi e carte geografiche. Compendio di storia universale arricchito della parte geografica e iconografica. Terza edizione, la più ampia e con il maggior numero di tavv. Raro a trovarsi completo di tutte le illustrazioni. Lievi fiorit. interc. nel t., piccoli restauri ad alc. tavv. per strappi o manc., ma complessivam. un buon esemplare.

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        Almanach de la Cour, de la Ville et des Départements. Pour l'année 1832

      Louis Janet 1831 In - 18 (112 x 69 mm), maroquin à long grain rouge, dos lisse orné en long, filet or et dentelle entourant les plats, tranches dorées, étui maroquin décoré (reliure d'époque). Orné d'une vignette de titre et de 4 gravures hors texte gravées sur acier, représentant Lucerne, Londres, Bruxelles, et Venise. (quelques petits défauts, deux numéros inscrits au feutre sur le dos de l'étui, quelques feuillets mal alignés, quelques pliures, rousseurs). / / 18o (112 x 69 mm), long - grained red morocco, smooth spine tooled, gilt fillet and dentelle border on covers, gilt edges, decorated morocco slipcase (contemporary binding). Illustrated with a vignette on title and 4 steel - engravings, depicting Lucerne, Londres, Bruxelles, et Venise. (some small defects, two numbers in pencil on spine of the slipcase, some leaves not well lined - up, some foldings, brownings).

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        Fürstenbuch zur Fürstentafel der europäischen Staatengeschichte (Text- und Atlasband).

      Regensburg, Pustet, 1831. - 1 Blatt, VI, 986 Seiten; 60 Tabellen auf 44 (33 doppelblattgross) Tafeln, roter Lederband der Zeit, 21 x 14 cm; roter Halblederband der Zeit, 43,5 x 29 cm, jeweils mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt, Etwas angestaubt, Stempel auf den Titelblättern, sonst sauber und frisch, dekorativ gebunden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History and Topography of the County of Essex, Comprising of Its Ancient and Modern History. A General View of Its Physical character, Productions Agricultural condition, Statistics &c. By Thomas Wright, Esq. of Trinity College Cambridge

      London: George Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, Published March 1, 1831 / 1835 . 0. First Edition. A very good two volume set in matching half calf bindings. 4to. 11.75" x 9.25" x 2.50". Brown calf spine and corners over marbled boards. Edges and corners rubbed and carefully strengthened. Smooth spine with gilt banding and original black leather title and volume labels. Top and tail of spines carefully strengthened. Deckled (rough-cut) page edges. Plane brown endpapers. Each volume with private library label for :"E. Garnet Man." Clear English text throughout, just a few light blemishes and foxing. Vol. I. pp.4/pp.696 with an engrave title page, a folding hand coloured engraved map of Essex and 36 full-page engravings. Vol. II. pp.836 with and engraved title and 61 full-page engravings. A very good set. ** Edward Garnet Man was born on 8 February 1837 at Halstead Hall, Halstead, Kent, the son of Harry Stoe and Louisa Caroline (Fowle) Man. He married Catherine (Kate) Jane Matthews on 26 December 1867 at Calcutta Cathedral, Calcutta, India. He died, aged 83, on 14 November 1920 at 'Ellesmere', Nightingale Road, Godalming, Surrey. He was cremated at St. John's Cemetery, Woking, Surrey and his ashes were then interred at St. Margaret's, Halstead, Kent. Edward was a barrister, Justice of the Peace, Assistant Commissioner of Bengal and Government Advocate of Burma. He served with the 3rd Sikh Cavalry during the Indian Mutiny. .

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        Costume degl'Italiani dall'invasione de' barbari fino alla pace di Costanza [- e dalla pace di Costanza fino ai nostri giorni]. In: Ferrario G. Il costume antico e moderno [.] Europa, volume ottavo, parte prima, parte seconda, parte terza.

      - Firenze, per Vincenzo Batelli, 1831-32, voll. 3, in-8, leg. coeva in mezza pelle, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso, pp. 335 - 302 - 387. Con 185 tavv. incise in rame (141 numerate + 44 tavole bis), la maggior parte acquerellate d'epoca. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Popular Songs from the 1830's (Original Sheet Music)

      Firth&Hall; Hewitt&Jaques; Willig; Riley; & Others, New York - unpaginated(apprx.180pp); HB half-bound leather&brwn.w/gilt; heavy rub&wear; bowed&dampstained; backstrip detaching w/heavy tape repair; heavy fox&tan,but totally legible. 32 songs published between 1831 & 1839, privately bound together in calf & cloth. 5 of the songs have b/w lithographs by Endicott; Pendleton, Buffords, & Nathaniel Currier (before Ives). Purchased from descendent of Rebecca Randall, wife of W.S. Randall-friend&biographer of Thomas Jefferson. Songs include: 'Woodman! Spare That Tree' (Endicott litho.); 'The Persian Rose' (Endicott litho.); 'The Tiger Quick Step' (Pendleton litho.&signed by composer, T.Comer); 'New York Quadrilles' (Buffords litho.) & 'Quadrilles from Auber's Celebrated Opera, Le Dieu et la Bayadere' (Currier litho.) very rare. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Junges Mädchen in der Tracht vom Schliersee, nach links auf einem Stuhl sitzend.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift, auf Velin, rechts unten bezeichnet, datiert und signiert „gezeichnet in Schliersee 1831. Kreul. del", rechts oben nummeriert „No 15.", rechts unten Sammlungs- oder Werknummer „3091.", auf alten Untersatz montiert und dort nochmals signiert. 22,4:18,5 cm. Nach Studien in Dresden und München ließ sich Keul in Nürnberg nieder, wo er vor allem mit seinen Genre-, aber auch mit Porträts große Beliebtheit und Erfolg gewann.

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        Sammlung der im Königreich Bayern bestehenden Forst- und Jagdverordnungen. Zusammengestellt von G. Döllinger. Bd. 1 u. 2 [von 5 Bdn.].

      München: Verlag der literarisch-artistischen Anstalt, 1831.. (Repertorium der Staats-Verwaltung des Königreichs Bayern. 15. 16.) 8°. Roter Ldr d. Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel auf schwarzem Feld, Deckelverzierung (Palmettenfries als Randbordüre), Ganzgoldschnitt, Fadenh., in grüner Schmuclcassette (Leinen); 2342 gr.. Bd. 1: [Abbrändler - Füchse.] 3 ungez. Bl., 488 S.; Bd. 2: [Gaißen - Inseln oder Wörthe.] 3 ungez. Bl., 432 S.- Die Bände sind in tadellosem Zustand, die Rücken der Ganzledereinbände leicht aufgehellt, die Rückentitel und goldgeprägten Verzierungen (selbst die Deckelkanten mit kleinen Palmetten verziert) ohne Abrieb, der Ganzgoldschnitt noch immer blendend.- Die Bände wurden Berthold Beitz (1913-2013) zum 60. Geburtstag im Jahre 1973 von seinem Freund Max Grundig (1908-1989) überreicht, der für diesen Anlaß eine in Leinen gearbeitete Schmuckcassette anfertigen ließ. Die beiden Bände liegen separat in zwei mit grauem Leinen ausgeschlagenen Fächern, der Cassettendeckel ist verziert mit dem Nachdruck eines in Kupfer gestochenen Jagdmotivs. Der Cassette liegt ein kalligraphisch gestaltetes Glückwunsch-Schreiben bei, leider ist die Unterschrift nicht von eigener Hand.-- Georg Ferdinand Döllinger (1771-1847), königl. bayer. geh. Hausarchivar.-- Der Vollständigkeit halber hier die Auflistung der fehlenden Bände: Bd. 3: [Kalk- und Ziegelbrennerei - Trift- und Holzgartenwesen.] VI, 436 S.; Bd. 4: [Uferpflanzungen - Zunderschwämme.] VI, 342 S.; Bd. 5: [Instruktionen, Strafgestze, Wirtschaftspläne etc.] 252 S., 7 Faltbl.

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        Autograph Letter, signed ("T.F. Dibdin"), to Miss Wyngard

      [Lomndon], Nov. 15/'31. 3 pp. pen and ink on folded sheet, with integral address leaf and remnant of wax seal. 4to. Old folds, small loss from seal, light foxing and soiling. Reading in part, "Alas, we are fallen upon evil days altogether! and the poor books are in the sinking scale as well as everything else. There is no particular value attached to the authors which he describes - and in a sale I doubt if it would £3.13.6 tho' in former times it used to bring double. Dr. Askew, I believe, had a copy of an earlier edition upon vellum which produced about £20 at his sale ... I hope all the good folks at Kensington purchase and peruse my Sunday Library which sells well ..." The Sunday Library or, The Protestant's Manual for the Sabbath-Day, was a bestseller for Dibdin with 3000 copies of the 6 volume work selling in the first year (1831).

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        Oeuvres. Avec Commentaires, Notes, Remarques et Jugements littéraires

      Au Bureau Du Journal 1831 Douze volumes in - 8 (217 x 139 mm), demi - chagrin vert, dos lisse orné, plats de toile chagrinée verte, tranches mouchetées (reliure d'époque). Epitre et Avertissement de Voltaire, Vie de Pierre Corneille par Bernard Le Bovier de Fontenelle, son neveu, Eloge par Gaillard. Le tome 1 est de 1831, les autres de 1830. (quelques frottements, rousseurs). / / Twelve octavo volumes (217 x 139 mm), green half shagreen, smooth spine tooled, green shagreen - cloth borders, speckled edges (contemporary binding). "Epitre" and "Avertissement" by Voltaire, "Vie de Pierre Corneille" by Bernard Le Bovier de Fontenelle, his nephew, "Eloge" by Gaillard. Volume 1 is dated 1831, the others 1830. (some rubbings, brownings).

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        Autograph letter signed and with two pencil drawings.

      O. O., 14. XI. 1831. - 8vo. 2 pp. on bifolium. To a "Monsieur Persin [?]". Ingres had wanted to send him a copy of something only to learn that the recipient had already acquired one which, according to Ingres, proves their friendship: "[ ] j'allais vous envoyer un exemplaire que vous avez malheureusement j'ai regret de cela ou plutôt non je ne regrette pas puisque je trouve là une nouvelle preuve de votre bonne amitié. Croyez je vous prie à la mienne ce que j'espère vous en renouveler l'assurance au plutôt. Votre ami bien attaché [.]". - Slightly browned due to paper; slight damage to edges.

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        Allgemeine Cholera-Zeitung. 120 numbered issues (All published)

      Leizpig: Baumgartner, 1831. Complete Run of a Weekly Cholera NewspaperRadius, Justus (1797-1884), ed. Allgemeine Cholera-Zeitung. Mittheilungen des Neuesten und Wissensw¸rdigsten uber die Asiatische Cholera. Erster [-funfter] Band (all published). 4to. 5 vols. in 1, variously paginated. Leipzig: Baumgartners Buchhandlung, 1831-32. 248 x 207 mm. Marbled boards c. 1832, a little worn, small splits in hinges. Minor foxing & browning, but very good. First Edition of the entire run of Radius's weekly cholera newspaper, published during the second cholera pandemic of the 19th century, which began in India in 1826 and by 1831-32 had extended via trade routes to Europe, Great Britain and America. "Cholera was the classic epidemic disease of the nineteenth century, as plague had been for the fourteenth" (quoted in Spink, Infectious Diseases, p. 162); it has been described as "the sanitarian's best friend" (Spink, p. 164), since fear of cholera did more to stimulate the growth of public health and sanitary reform during the 19th century than any other communicable disease. Radius's newspaper includes descriptions of cholera outbreaks in different European cities and in America, lists of books and articles on cholera, articles on the medical and public health aspects of the disease, etc. Scarce-NUC NA 0189361 and OCLC cite runs of the Allgemeine Cholera-Zeitung in only four North American libraries (Harvard, U. Mich., NLM and Coll. Phys. Phila.) Kirchner, Die Zeitschriften des deutschen Sprachgebietes, 9769.

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        Autograph Manuscript, signed ("R. B. Taney"), as attorney for the plaintiff in the case of John Bayly vs. Frederick Pifer

      n.p., n.d., before 1831 - A short autograph note concerning a sum of ninety three dollars, by Roger Taney (1777-1864), fifth Chief Justive of the Supreme Court 7 x 7-1/2 in. visible. 1 p. pen and ink on paper, with aditional autograph note on verso from Taney to his clerk. Matted and framed

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        The New Receipt Book containing a Large Collection of Highly Estimated Receipts-Brewing, making and Preserving British Wines, Cordials, management of Spirits, Dyeing, Rural and Domestic Economy &c [bound with] Martha Taylor's "The Housewife's Guide, or a Complete System of Modern Cookery" [bound with] S. W. Stavely's "The New Whole Art of Confectionary- Eleventh edition" [bound with] "The Servant's Companion, and Useful Guide- By an Experienced Housekeeper"

      Derby: Printed by G. Wilkins and Son, n.d. [1830]; 1830; 1830; 1831 - FOUR VERY RARE COOKERY, WINEMAKING AND BREWING BOOKS (BREWING AND COOKERY) 12mo. Pp. 60; 60; 60; 47. The four pieces bound together in contemporary half calf. Rebacked, new endpapers, rubbed, corners of boards rounded, last leaf of text backed, last work with only 5 leaves in first gathering but not obvious text lacking, typical spotting and browning, else very good copies, with the signature of Miss S. Gardiner of Leicester on blank. Not in Oxford or Bitting [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The New Receipt Book containing a Large Collection of Highly Estimated Receipts?Brewing, making and Preserving British Wines, Cordials, management of Spirits, Dyeing, Rural and Domestic Economy &c [bound with] Martha Taylor's "The Housewife's Guide, or a Complete System of Modern Cookery" [bound with] S. W. Stavely's "The New Whole Art of Confectionary? Eleventh edition" [bound with] "The Servant's Companion, and Useful Guide?By an Experienced Housekeeper"

      Derby: Printed by G. Wilkins and Son, 1831. Pp. 60; 60; 60; 47. 1 vols. 12mo. The four pieces bound together in contemporary half calf. Rebacked, new endpapers, rubbed, corners of boards rounded, last leaf of text backed, last work with only 5 leaves in first gathering but not obvious text lacking, typical spotting and browning, else very good copies, with the signature of Miss S. Gardiner of Leicester on blank. FOUR VERY RARE COOKERY, WINEMAKING AND BREWING BOOKS.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        De curtorum chirurgia. Recognovit et edidit M. Troschel

      G. Reimer, Berlin 1831 - Tagliacozzi, Gaspare (1545-99). De curtorum chirurgia per insitionem. Revised and edited with preface by Maximilian Troschel. 8vo. xvi, 436pp. 6 folding lithographed plates adapted from the 22 original woodcuts. Berlin: G. Reimer, 1831. 205 x 120 mm. Quarter calf gilt c. 1831, spine rubbed,skillfully rebacked. Lightly browned throughout, but very good. Fourth and last edition, dedicated to Dieffenbach, and inspired by the revival of interest in rhinoplastic procedures that Dieffenbach and von Graefe stimulated in Germany. Gnudi & Webster, p. 194. Zeis 179. Waller 9453. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience]
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        Copies of Instructions... for promoting the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Aboriginal Inhabitants of New Holland or Van Diemen's Land

      London: 23 September, 1831. Foolscap folio, 19 pp.; a very good copy in later half roan, spine lettered in gilt. Macquarie, Brisbane & Darling on schools for Aborigines. An excellent copy of a rare report, printing a decade of major dispatches from New South Wales Governors on the subjects of the Aborigines of New South Wales.In this report are included reports from Macquarie, Brisbane and several by Darling. Macquarie reports the Reverend Cartwright's "Native Institution" at Parramatta (in a report which prints two of Cartwright's letters, dated 1819 & 1820), while the despatches of Brisbane and Darling chiefly deal with the work of the London and Church Missionary Societies, most notably the travails of the Missionary and early linguist L.E. Threlkeld (including comments on his work in preparing grammars and translations).The work was prepared at the request of Henry Grey, Viscount Howick, in his capacity as Under-Secretary of State for War and the Colonies.

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