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        JOURNAL HISTORIQUE DE L'ÉTABLISSEMENT DES FRANÇAIS A LA LOUISIANE

      New Orleans & Paris. 1831.. [4],412pp. Contemporary calf, gilt; rebacked, corners repaired. Lightly foxed. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth clamshell case, spine gilt. "This JOURNAL HISTORIQUE, a reprinting without preface or notes of a manuscript giving no indication of its source, is written in the third person and is usually considered as by La Harpe. It tells, at pages 144- 178, of La Harpe's expedition from New Orleans in October, 1718, to establish a post on the Red River, from which he returned in January, 1720, and at pages 233-236 and pages 257-276 of two expeditions to St. Bernard's Bay, the first in the summer and fall of 1720, and the second under command of La Harpe, which sailed August 15, 1721, and returned October 3. There is also an extensive account of the two St. Denis expeditions across Texas in 1714 and 1719, the first reference to this being on page 116" - Streeter. Although Streeter calls this a "reprinting," it is in fact the first printing of the text. Despite a dual imprint on the titlepage showing both New Orleans and Paris, this book was actually printed solely in Paris. Another imprint, that of Paul Renouard, appears on the verso of the half title. "Chief authority for the period covered, 1698-1723" - Howes. A surprisingly rare work, of major importance for the early history of Louisiana. JUMONVILLE 720. STREETER TEXAS 1126. HOWES L24, "aa." RAINES, p.134. SABIN 38631.

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        Cours d'entomologie ou de l'histoire naturelle des crustacés, des arachnides, des myriapodes et des insectes. - Cours d'entomologie : Atlas

      Roret 1831 - - Roret, Paris 1831, 13,5x21,5cm, 2 volumes reliés en 1. - Edition originale. Reliure en demi chagrin noir, dos à quatre nerfs orné de caissons dorés et à froid, initiales dorées en queue, plats de cartonnage noir, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve. Notre exemplaire est bien complet de son atlas, relié in-fine, qui comporte 24 planches illustrées de figures. Quelques petites rousseurs sans gravité. Agréable exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MEDICAL BOTANY

      1831 - STEPHENSON, John A., and John Morss CHURCHILL. MEDICAL BOTANY: OR, ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MEDICAL PLANTS OF THE LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN PHARMACOPOEIAS; comprising a popular and scientific account of all those poisonous vegetables that are indigenous to Great Britain. Vol. I.[-IV.] London: John Churchill, 1831. Illustrated with 185 numbered, hand-colored plates after G. Spratt, W. Clark, Weddell, G. Reid, and C. M. Curtis, of which there are six double-plates and one folding- plate. Additionally, there is an unnumbered variant of Plate 1, Atropa Belladonna, and a duplicate of plate 18, Digitalis Purpurea, which brings the total number of plates to 187. Four octavo volumes, unpaginated. 23.5 x 14.2 cm. Bound in nineteenth century, three-quarter brown morocco with marbled sides and endpapers, and all edges marbled to match. Ex library, with stamps on title page and the occasional stamp in text. Some plates have library stamps on reverse, but none are defaced. Some light foxing and offset from plates, a bit heavier in volumes 1 and 2. Bindings show light shelfwear along edges. Lower hinge of volume 1 is strengthened. The images are lovely and often dramatic. (Graesse VI, p. 493; Jackson, Guide to the Literature of Botany, p. 201; Nissen 1891; Pritzel 8946; Wellcome V, p. 183. Both Jackson and Pritzel flag it as an especially noteworthy work.).

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        MEDICAL BOTANY: OR, ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MEDICINAL

      1831 - STEPHENSON, John & James Morss CHURCHILL. MEDICAL BOTANY: OR, ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE LONDON, EDINBURGH AND DUBLIN PHARMACOPOEIAS; COMPRISING A POPULAR AND SCIENTIFIC ACCOUNT OF ALL THOSE POISONOUS VEGETABLES THAT ARE INDIGENOUS TO GREAT BRITAIN. VOL. IV. London: John Churchill, 1831. Unpaginated; with indexes of Latin and English names, and a glossary. This is Volume IV only. 8vo., half gilt-ruled calf, spine missing, red marbled paper covered boards, red marbled edges. Boards worn, detached. Red marbled endpapers. Light soil to title page, else a clean and tight block with forty five beautifully hand- colored plates, one double page, one folding.

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        THE BRAVO A Venetian Story By the Author of The Pilot, The Borderers, The Water Witch, &c

      Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley. London.,1831. FIRST EDITION. 3 volumes. 8vo. (7.7 x 5 inches). Some minor foxing, mostly to the endpapers but also the first four printed leaves of the first volume, otherwise a bright, clean set with Half titles present. Finely bound in attractive 19th century half green calf bindings. Spines with raised bands, each with gilt decoration. Compartments ruled in blind and gilt. Red and brown labels, ruled and lettered in gilt. Marbled paper on boards. Green endpapers, with small yellow booksellers ticket, ( H. M. Gilbert of Southampton) and pevious owners armorial bookplate on all the front paste down endpapers. Edges speckled. A lovely bright set of this true first edition which precedes the American edition.:.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("J. Meyerbeer").

      O. O., 28. Juli 1831.. 1¾ SS. 8vo.. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten über eine Biographie Webers, die er ihm einmal gezeigt hatte und die er nun bedauerlicherweise nicht wiederfinden könne, da er sie bei seinem Landaufenthalt verlegt habe. Sobald er sie gefunden habe, werde er ihn informieren und ihm alle Stellen übersetzen, die ihn interessieren könnten: "[ ] Mais j'aurais voulu utiliser notre Rendez-vous, et pour cela il aurait fallu les volumes de la biographie de Weber que je vous ai montre dans le temps: mais malheureusement je les ai egares en attendant a la campagne: je les cherche tous les jours, mais il m'a ete impossible de les retrouver jusqu'a present [ ] Des que j'aurai ete assez heureux de retrouver ces volumes, je vous informerai et je vous en traduirai tous les fragments qui pourraient vous interesser [ ]". - Recht unfrisch, gebräunt und mit alten Montagespuren.

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        Insurrection of the Blacks [Nat Turner's Revolt]

      Baltimore: Niles Weekly Register, 1831. _. Newspaper. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Some of the earliest reporting on Nat Turner's revolt in Southampton, Virginia, which began on 21 Aug 1831. These are the first two issues of the Niles' Weekly Register (27 Aug 1831 and 3 Sep 1831) to recount the events. The 27 Aug paper, which is especially scarce, devotes 13.5 column inches and includes the initial report of the violent attacks published in the Norfolk Herald. The 3 Sep paper, which is less scarce though still uncommonly found, contains 18 column inches, corrects some errors from the previous week's report, and provides additional details. The newspapers were once bound. Both are clean and supple with some light toning. The leaves of the 27 Aug edition have some edge wear at the upper right margins. Together these two newspapers provide an extraordinary contemporary record of the slaughter in which about 40 slaves hacked, stabbed, and clubbed to death 60 white people. Many of the victims were killed in their sleep and most of those killed were women and young children, eleven of whom were decapitated after being trapped in a school classroom.

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        [pt. 3] Nerine Aurea

      Mrs. Edward Bury (Priscilla Susan Falkner). Aquatint engraving with original hand color from A Selection of Hexandrian Plants belonging to the Natural Orders Amaryllidae and Liliaceae ...Printed and published by Robert Havell, Jr. London, 1831-34. Paper size: 19 ½? x 25?. Condition: Very Good.This splendid image is from the only edition of one of the finest monographs of the period, particularly exciting for the large size of the engravings and the spectacular presentation of the subject. The team of Priscilla Bury and the engraver Robert Havell surpassed their own goal as eloquently articulated in the preface of the work, which they described as ?an endeavor to preserve some memorial of the brilliant and fugitive beauties of a particularly splendid and elegant tribe of plants.?The success of Bury?s work definitely owes much to the contributions of Robert Havell, who is best known for having engraved and colored the first edition of Audubon?s stunning ?Birds of America.? Produced concurrently with Audubon?s work, Havell also engraved and colored Bury?s ?Hexandrian Plants.? Both the Audubon aquatints and the Bury work exhibit Havell?s mastery of line, tone and color.Widely regarded as one of the most affecting color-plate botanical works of the period, the freshness and energy of Bury?s ?Hexandrian Plants? is as distinctive today as it was at the time of publication. The work is rare, with the original subscribers list indicating that there were only 79 complete sets produced, many of which have not survived to the present day. These splendid examples are particularly notable and unique for originating from Havell?s personal copy of the ?Hexandrian Plants,? which he never trimmed or bound for publication, leaving the margins full and ensuring the fineness of the engraving and coloring.Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History. Volume 5, Page 71-75 DOI 10.3366/jsbnh.1968.5.PART_1.71, ISSN 0260-9541

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        The New London Universal Gazetteer

      London: G. Virtue,, 1831. Or, Universal Geography: Containing a Description of the Various Countries, Kingdoms, States, Cities, Towns, Mountains, Seas, RIvers, Harbours &c. of The World: An Account of the Population, Government, Customs & Religion of the Inhabitants: The Boundaries & Natural Productions of Each Country &c. Physical, Political, Statistical & Commercial. Compiled from the best English & Foreign modern authorities. Accompanied by Maps and Views. Octavo (210 × 131 mm). Contemporary purple straight grained morocco, spine lettered in gilt with gilt raised bands and gilt compartments, gilt foliate border to boards, gilt edges, turn ins gilt, and green endpapers. Frontispiece, 8 engraved plates, 10 double page folding maps. Spine and board edges darkened, tips rubbed, occasional minor foxing to contents. A very good set. A very handsomely bound set.

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        The New London Universal Gazetteer. Or, Universal Geography: Containing a Description of the Various Countries, Kingdoms, States, Cities, Towns, Mountains, Seas, RIvers, Harbours &c. of The World: An Account of the Population, Government, Customs & Religion of the Inhabitants: The Boundaries & Natural Productions of Each Country &c. Physical, Political, Statistical & Commercial. Compiled from the best English & Foreign modern authorities. Accompanied by Maps and Views.

      London: G. Virtue, 1831 - Octavo (210 × 131 mm). Contemporary purple straight grained morocco, spine lettered in gilt with gilt raised bands and gilt compartments, gilt foliate border to boards, gilt edges, turn ins gilt, and green endpapers. Spine and board edges darkened, tips rubbed, occasional minor foxing to the contents. A very good set. Frontispiece, 8 engraved plates, 10 double page folding maps. A very handsomely bound set.

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        Befestigungsplan ('Ausgeführtes Maneuvre am 18ten. October im Jahre 1815 zum Andenken der Schlacht bey Leipzig').

      . aquarellierte Tuschefederzeichnung v. Johann Mitterwurzer, dat. 1831, 26 x 35. Zeigt einen Plan von Braunau mit Truppenstellungen auf bayrischer und österreichischer Seite. - Fein ausgeführte Manuskriptkarte! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Stammersdorf.

      Wien, Wenedikt, 1831. Altkolorierte Lithografie aus dem Band 2 der 2. Abteilung der "Kirchlichen Topografie": "Historische und topographische Darstellung von den Märkten Wolkersdorf und Groß-Rußbach und ihren Umgebungen; oder: Das Decanat Pillichsdorf". Bildausschnitt 10 x 15 cm, Blattgr. 14 x 20,5 cm.. Nebehay-Wagner 135/2.2/2, Paulusch, Ikonografie Österreichs, W 5095. Selten, da das Blatt nicht im Band eingebunden sondern beim Verlag nachträglich zu bestellen war.

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        Nuovissima guida dei viaggiatori in Italia. per cura di V. L.

      presso Epimaco e Pasquale Artaria,, Milano, 1831 - Cm. 19,5, pp. cxxv (1) 489 (3) Bell'antiporta con le vedute di Milano e Roma, frontespizio inciso, 2 tabelle ripiegate e 21 tavole fuori testo tra cui la bella carta d'Italia più volte ripiegata. Leg. orig. in cart. Rigido con titoli e decorazioni a stampa. Esemplare fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bell'edizione in lingua italiana di questa celebre guida munita di un'abbondante iconografia composta da piante di città e carte geografiche ed itinerarie (la maggior parte delle quali ripiegate). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        5 eigenh. Briefe mit U.

      Leipzig, 1831 und 1832.. Zusammen 10 (3+3+1+2+1) Seiten Gr.-4to, 4to und 8vo. Tls. mit eh. Adresse (Faltbriefe).. An Adolph Wilhelm Otto (1786-1845), Professor für Anatomie und Direktor des anatomischen Museums in Breslau. - I: "Der Nachtrag zum Verzeichnisse des anat[omischen] Mus[eums] hat mich und alle, den[en] ich ihn zeigte[,] in Erstaunen gesetzt, Gott verleihe Ihnen Kräfte auch fernerhin so thätig zum besten der Ihnen anvertrauten Institute zu wirken, - aber vergessen Sie auch Ihre Gesundheit nicht und Ihre liebe Familie, der so wie Ihren zahlreichen Freunden und Verehrern die Erhaltung derselben sehr am Herzen liegt [...] An Prof. Weber [d. i. der Anatom und Physiologe Ernst Heinrich Weber, 1795-1878] habe ich das Paquetchen und die Dissertation zur Auswahl übergeben, da er die rein anatomischen besser brauchen kann als ich, andre sammelt er nicht; einige waren ihm und mir sehr erwünscht, manche würde ich Ihnen gern zurückgeben, da Andre sie vielleicht besser brauchen können als ich und Sie sich gar zu sehr beraubt haben. Beigehend erhalten Sie einige derjenigen Leipziger Dissertationen, die zu den besseren gehören [...]" (Brief v. 7. VII. 1830). - II: "Beifolgend erhalten Sie ein kleines von Clarus [d. i. Johann Clarus, 1774-1854] redigi[e]rtes Schriftchen, welches die Frucht gemeinsamer Arbeiten mehrer[er] jüngerer Docenten auf hiesiger Universität enthält. Der Verein hat mich beauftragt es Ihnen hochachtungsvoll zu übersenden [...]" (Brief v. 2. I. 1831). - III: "Durch die Aufnahme in die Schles[ische] vaterländ[ische] Gesellschaft bin ich sehr erfreut worden; ich wünsche, daß ich wenigstens dereinst im Stande sein möge ihr dafür einigermaßen nützlich zu werden; danken Sie ihr einstweilen in meinem Namen für die mir gethane Ehre und Auszeichnung und nehmen Sie selbst meinen herzlichen Dank für Ihre dabei für mich gehabte große Güte. Vor einigen Tagen bin ich vom hiesigen Buchhändler Baumgärtner aufgefordert worden eine temporäre Zeitschrift über die Cholera herauszugeben, für die ich den Titel: Mittheilungen des Neusten und Wissen[s]würdigsten gewählt habe [...]" (Brief v. 26. VIII. 1831; mit. kl. Ausr. am oberen Blattrand durch Öffnen der Verschlußmarke und kl., unbed. Einr. am linken unteren Rand). - IV: "Ueber Ihre glückliche Rückkehr nebst Ihrer lieben Familie [...] haben wir uns herzlich gefreut und hätten wir gewünscht, die garstige Cholera hätte die lieben Einwohner des in unsrer Erinnerung so freundlich lebenden Breslau verschont. Allen Berichten nach ist aber die Sache von fern viel schlimmer als in der Nähe, und so hoffen wir auch, daß Gottes schützende Hand und Ihre Vorsicht Sie sämtlich durch die Gefahr glücklich hindurch führen wird. Durch Pr[ofessor] Gaupp [d. i. der Rechtshistoriker Ernst Theodor Gaupp, 1796-1859] habe ich erfahren, daß Sie einige Sectionen an Ch[olera] verstorbener gemacht haben; dies hat in mir den lebhaften Wunsch rege gemacht, etwas darüber von Ihrer gewandten Feder für mein Blatt zu erhalten. Was ich bis jetzt von den Sectionen weiß, scheint nicht viel über das Wesen der Krankheit zu offenbaren, vielleicht ist es Ihrer Genauigkeit und Sorgfalt im Beobachten gelungen etwas zu beobachten [ ]" (Brief v. 3. XI. 1831). - V: "Noch liegt mir Ihr lieber Brief vom 25/2. zur Beantwortung vor, in dem Sie mir die fröhliche Nachricht von der bevorstehenden Entbindung Ihrer verehrten Frau Gemahlin mittheilen. Durch Dr. Göppert habe ich erfahren, daß Ihr freundlicher Familienkreis mit einer Tochter vermehrt worden, wozu ich Ihnen meiner & meiner guten Frau herzliche Glückwünsche bringe. Es geschieht dies leider etwas spät, aber nicht minder herzlich; kurz nach Empfang der erfreulichen Nachricht glaubte ich Ihnen fast täglich eine gleiche Nachricht von meiner Frau mittheilen zu können, was sich jedoch bis zum 18t April verzögerte, wo Sie von einem kräftigen u[n]d starken Knaben glücklich entbunden worden ist [ ] Wenige Tage nach Empfang Ihres Briefes erhielt ich auch das Heft von Wusts Magazin in welchem Ihre Beobachtungen über die Ch[olera] enthalten sind. Ich habe sie mit vielem Interesse nicht nur gelesen, sondern auch für Nr. 68 der Mittheilungen ausgezogen. Werden Sie nicht vielleicht irgendwo Nachträge dazu liefern, oder haben sich auch im spätern Verlaufe der Epidemie die früher gemachten Beobachtungen fortan bestätigt? [ ]" (Brief v. 5. V. 1832, mit kl. Einr. und Läsuren am linken und rechten Blattrand). - Justus Radius wurde 1825 außerordentlicher Professor mit den besonderen Arbeitsgebieten Hygiene und allgemeine Pathologie; später Wundarzt und zwei Jahrzehnte lang Hausarzt am Leipziger Georgenhaus, das u. a. auch Geisteskranke beherbergte, wurde Radius nach dem Tode Johann Heinroths 1843 von der Universität zusätzlich mit der Lehre der Psychischen Heilkunde beauftragt. 1848 wurde er ordentlicher Professor der Pharmakologie und allgemeinen Therapie, 1859 für Pharmakologie und Hygiene. - A. W. Otto nahm "unter den älteren Vertretern der pathologischen Anatomie und vorzugsweise der Teratologie (Mißbildungen) in Deutschland eine sehr ehrenwerthe Stellung ein [...] [A]uf seine Anregung wurde in den Jahren 1834 und 1835 ein neues anatomisches Theater erbaut, und er selbst hat zu einem nicht geringen Theile zur Vervollständigung des ausgezeichneten anatomischen Museums beigetragen, das eine Zierde der wissenschaftlichen Institute Breslau's bildet" (ADB XXIV, 745). - Aus der Sammlung Ammann.

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        Medical botany

      London: John Churchill, 1831. <p>Stephenson & Churchill, Medical Botany. 4 vols. in 2, 8vo. Unpaginated. 186 attractive hand-colored botanical plates (numbered 1-185, plus an unnumbered plate of "Atropa belladonna" in Vol. I). 19th cent. half calf, marbled boards, a little rubbed. Minor foxing and offsetting from plates, but a very good set. Ownership signature, dated 1871, on endpaper. </p><p> First edition. A very handsome series, including the Dublin pharmacopeia, which was not used for Woodville&#39;s botany. The handsome hand-colored plates make a very good impression next to more celebrated works by Sowerby, Edwards, etc. See G-M 5740 for Stephenson, who was the first to be operated on by Roux for cleft palate, and who first described the operation in his thesis of 1820. Churchill was the great pioneer of acupuncture in England; see Lu & Needham, "Celestial Lancets," pp. 297-99. Nissen 1891. Pritzel 8946.</p>

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        Attempts in verse, By John Jones, An old servant: With Some account of the writer, Written by himself: And An introductory Essay On the Lives and works of our uneducated poets, By Robert Southey, Esq

      Poet Laureate. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1831. Half-title not called for; pp.[xvi]+332; recent half natural calf, spine raised over cords, ruled blind on sides, lettered gilt on spine in second and third compartments, marbled sides; t.e yellow, fore- and lower- edges very lightly trimmed. Title-page a little marked at edges from turn-ins of original binding, and a few scattered fox-spots or small marks, pretty well confined to margins; otherwise a very nice copy of a scarce title. In the 168pp. of Southey&#146;s Introduction he considers, with examples of their verse, John Taylor the Water-Poet, Stephen Duck, James Woodhouse, John Bennet, Ann Yearsley, and John Frederick Bryant. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        Memoirs of Mrs. Siddons. Interpersed with Anecdotes of Authors and Actors

      London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831. (SIDDONS, MRS) Second edition. 2 vols., 8vo. Frontispiece portrait in Vol. I. xix, 382; xii, 412 pp. Bound in three quarter red morocco and marbled boards, t.e.g., by W. Pratt. Fine . Extra-illustrated with 100 18th & 19th portrait prints (40 are Proofs), some are double-page, some hand-colored

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        Account of the Steps Taken in England with a view to the Establishment of an Academical Institution or College in New South Wales, and to Demonstrate the Practicability of Effecting an Extensive Emigration of the Industrious Classes ... (Truncated)

      Sydney, printed by Stephens and Stokes, 1831. First edition:Full Book Title: Account of the Steps Taken in England with a view to the Establishment of an Academical Institution or College in New South Wales, and to Demonstrate the Practicability of Effecting an Extensive Emigration of the Industrious Classes from the Mother Country to that Colony. pp28 8vo, bound in quarter leather, cloth sides. Heavy foxing, else a very good copy. Ferguson 1448. McLaren 6. One of the earliest pamphlets printed by Stephens and Stokes, who issued the first number of the Sydney Morning Herald in 1831. Very scarce.

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        The Narrative of a Voyage to the Swan River ... containing useful hints to those who contemplate an emigration to Western Australia

      London: F.C. Westley, 1831. Octavo, with a frontispiece map, neat library stamps on title-page, map verso and periodically throughout the text; otherwise a very good copy in modern tan quarter calf. The first complete book describing Western Australian settlement. First edition: rare. The first full book to describe newly-settled Western Australia; Powell&#39;s work was preceded only by some very scarce emigration pamphlets published in 1830.Powell&#39;s book is well known for the frontispiece map "A Plan of Swan River Settlement, and the Surrounding Country", which shows the coastline from Geographe Bay to just north of the Swan River, noting particularly Perth, "Freemantle", and the intended town of Clarence, as well as clearly delineating Rottnest Island. The "narrative and account are compiled from several letters addressed by a young man of respectability (now resident at the Swan River) to his relations in England… no statement is presented herein which is not in strict accordance with the truth" (author&#39;s advertisement). Powell dedicated the book to the conservative statesman Sir Robert Peel, whose cousin Thomas Peel was an influential settler.Powell&#39;s letters were dated from Fremantle in November, 1829.

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        Über den Freyhafen von Venedig mit Rücksicht auf den österreichischen Seehandel im Allgemeinen. Nebst einer vergleichenden Übersicht der Industrieverhältnisse Großbrittanien's, Frankreich's und Österreich's.

      Wien, Gerold, 1831.. circa 18 x 11,5 cm. X, 232 SS. Grüner Pappband d. Zt. mit reicher, klassizistischer Rücken-, Deckel-, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung, mit Goldschnitt und violetten Marmorpapier-Vorsätzen. Erste Ausgabe dieser Festschrift zur Eröffnung des Freihafens von Venedig nach einem Dekret von 1829 mit einer Schilderung der Feierlichkeiten, einem Rückblick auf die Handelsgeschichte von Venedig, einer Beschreibung des neuen Freihafens und seiner Privilegien sowie Auswirkungen auf den Handel. Darauf folgend ein Vergleich der gegenwärtigen ökonomischen Verhältnisse von Grossbritannien, Frankreich und Österreich. Am Ende gibt der Autor Karl Czoernig von Czernhausen (1804-1889) einen Überblick zu den österreichischen Handelsinteressen und den Vorteilen, die der Freihafen für sie haben wird. - Sehr hübsches Bändchen mit reicher Vergoldung, die Deckel ringsum mit ornamentaler Bordüre. Etwas berieben, Ecken bestossen, leicht gebräunt, teils matt stockfleckig. Sehr dekorativer Band.

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        Lettres et documents officiels relatifs aux derniers evenements de la Grece, qui ont precede et suivis la mort du Comte Capodistrias. Publies par plusieurs menbres de l'ancien comite grec de Paris

      - Paris, imprimerie Firmin-Didot, 1831. In-8* broche, de 313 pages.Bon etat ( couverture tres legerement sale). Une etiquette en bandeau a ete collee sous le titre, sur la couverture : On prie Messieurs les Pairs et Messieurs les Deputes de bien vouloir lire cette brochure, surtout depuis la page 293, et particulierement les trois dernieres pages du volume. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        pt. 10] Amaryllis Vittata, minor

      Robert Havell 1831 - Mrs. Edward Bury (Nee Priscilla Susan Falkner). Aquatint engraving with original hand color from A Selection of Hexandrian Plants belonging to the Natural Orders Amaryllidae and Liliaceae Printed and published by Robert Havell, Jr. London, 1831-34. Paper size: 6 ½&#148; x 23&#148;. Condition: Very Good. This splendid image is from the only edition of one of the finest monographs of the period, particularly exciting for the large size of the engravings and the spectacular presentation of the subject. The team of Priscilla Bury and the engraver Robert Havell surpassed their own goal as eloquently articulated in the preface of the work, which they described as &#147;an endeavor to preserve some memorial of the brilliant and fugitive beauties of a particularly splendid and elegant tribe of plants.&#148; The success of Bury&#146;s work definitely owes much to the contributions of Robert Havell, who is best known for having engraved and colored the first edition of Audubon&#146;s stunning &#147;Birds of America.&#148; Produced concurrently with Audubon&#146;s work, Havell also engraved and colored Bury&#146;s &#147;Hexandrian Plants.&#148; Both the Audubon aquatints and the Bury work exhibit Havell&#146;s mastery of line, tone and color. Widely regarded as one of the most affecting color-plate botanical works of the period, the freshness and energy of Bury&#146;s &#147;Hexandrian Plants&#148; is as distinctive today as it was at the time of publication. The work is rare, with the original subscribers list indicating that there were only 79 complete sets produced, many of which have not survived to the present day. These splendid examples are particularly notable and unique for originating from Havell&#146;s personal copy of the &#147;Hexandrian Plants,&#148; which he never trimmed or bound for publication, leaving the margins full and ensuring the fineness of the engraving and coloring. Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History. Volume 5, Page 71-75 DOI 10.3366/jsbnh.1968.5.PART_1.71, ISSN 0260-9541 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sylloge plantarum vascularium Florae Neapolitanae hucusque detectarum.

      Neapoli, Fibreni, 1831. Royal-8vo (210 x 140 mm). pp. vi, 577. Contemporary vellum, spine with red gilt lettered label (original printed wrappers bound in). Michele Tenore (1780-1861), Italian botanist at Naples. Tenore was the author of the beautifully illustrated flora of Naples 'Flora Napolitana', Naples 1811-1838. //Pritzel 9160.

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        THE BRAVO. A Venetian Story. By the Author of The Pilot, The Borderers, The Water Witch, &c.

      Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley. London.,1831 - FIRST EDITION. 3 volumes. 8vo. (7.7 x 5 inches). Some minor foxing, mostly to the endpapers but also the first four printed leaves of the first volume, otherwise a bright, clean set with Half titles present. Finely bound in attractive 19th century half green calf bindings. Spines with raised bands, each with gilt decoration. Compartments ruled in blind and gilt. Red and brown labels, ruled and lettered in gilt. Marbled paper on boards. Green endpapers, with small yellow booksellers ticket, ( H. M. Gilbert of Southampton) and pevious owners armorial bookplate on all the front paste down endpapers. Edges speckled. A lovely bright set of this true first edition which precedes the American edition.:. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        2 FORE-EDGE PAINTINGS) THE DRAMATIC WORKS OF ROBERT GREENE, TO WHICH ARE ADDED HIS POEMS. WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR, AND NOTES [CT IN TWO VOLUMES]

      William Pickering, London 1831 - 8vo, contemp gilt-paneled speckled calf, spines gilt, morocco spine labels; joints & extremities rubbed. Edited by Alexander Dyce. Internally crisp & clean. With fore-edge paintings of walled (English) city & Medieval ruins overlooking the sea. Complete in two volumes, each with a fore-edge painting. ; 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De curtorum chirurgia per insitionem libri duo...

      . Recogn. et editit M.Troschel, M.D.Viro clarissimo J.F. Dieffenbach, summo aetatis suae rhinoplastae. - Berlin, 1831, 8°, XVI, 436, mit vielen Abb., 4 lith. Falttaf., Halbledereinband der Zeit.. Vierte und letzte Ausgabe nach mehr als 200 Jahren des Erscheinens der ersten drei Auflagen. - The fourth and last edition of the pioneer work on plastic surgery. Its appearance marked the revival of interest in the rhinoplastic procedures which v.Graefe and Dieffenbach stimulated in Germany. This edition, also in octavo but with a longer page than the 1598 edition, was issued in Berlin in 1831, revised and edited by Dr. Maximilian Troschel, printed and financed by G.Reimer, and dedicated to the great Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach. Shorn of all explanatory verbiage, the title was returned to its original wording in the simple "De curtorum chirurgia per insitionem, libri duo", which stands on the title-page. The index of chapters is followed by a statement of dedication to Dieffenbach, and then by the a Preface of Troschel (pp.V-XIV). The text has consecutive pagination (1-432), to which are added four (433-436) of explanatory data on the tables. Six folded tables each containing several lithographic drawings adapted from the illustrations of the first edition, complete the volume. -cf. Gnudi & Webster, p. 194; Zeis 179; Waller 9453; 32500.

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        Beiträge zur Naturgeschichte der Medusen. I. Cassiopeae.

      [Leipzig 1831]. 4to (295 x 220mm). pp. 42, with 5 (1 folded) beautifully handcoloured lithographed plates after drawings by the author. Recent boards. Wilhelm Gottlieb Tilesius (1769-1857) was naturalist on Kruzenstern's famous expedition around the world. In 1803 he became professor at the Moscow university. The work appeared in the 'Acta Acad. Caes. Leop. Carol. Nat. Cur. Vol. XV P. II'. The author must have been an able artist as the plates are of a high quality. //Nissen ZBI, 4142.

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        Golden City

      A wonderfully detailed hand colored lithograph by A.E. Mathews (1831-1874) ?from his series "Pencil Sketches of Colorado,?its cities, principal towns and mountain scenery", which was published in 1866. Overall this print measures 13"x19.5".?This stunning lithographic ?view of the Rocky Mountains was created a full half-century before the mountain range and the?surrounding areas gained national park status in 1915. As one of the premier views of Colorado ever produced, this rare Mathews’?lithograph is a romantic and picturesque depiction of the pure Colorado landscape, reflecting the fervor for Westward expansion?that was dominant in mid nineteenth-century thought. This view, with its sweeping snow-capped mountains and low, tree-dotted?hills is a marvelous representation of the “unblemished” American western landscape that captured the imagination of settlers?in the early years of the United States.??The Lewis and Clark Expedition from 1804-1806 was the first scientific reconnaissance of the Rocky Mountains. Specimens were?collected for contemporary botanists, zoologists, and geologists. The expedition was said to have paved the way to (and through)?the Rocky Mountains for European-Americans from the East, although Lewis and Clark met at least 11 European-American mountain men?during their travels. Mountain men, primarily French, Spanish, and British, roamed the Rocky Mountains from 1720 to 1800 seeking?mineral deposits and furs. The fur-trading North West Company established Rocky Mountain House as a trading post in what is now?the Rocky Mountain foothills of Alberta in 1799, and their business rivals the Hudson's Bay Company established Acton House?nearby.??The human history of this region can be traced back to the last great Ice Age, when the Rocky Mountains were home first to?Paleo-Indians and then to the indigenous peoples of the Apache, Arapaho, Bannock, Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Crow, Flathead, Shoshoni,?Sioux, Ute, Kutenai (Ktunaxa in Canada), Sekani, Dunne-za, and others. Paleo-Indians hunted the now-extinct mammoth and ancient?bison in the foothills and valleys of the mountains. Like the modern tribes that followed them, Paleo-Indians probably migrated?to the plains in fall and winter for bison and to the mountains in spring and summer for fish, deer, elk, roots, and berries. In?Colorado, along the crest of the Continental Divide, rock walls that Native Americans built for driving game date back 5,400-5,800 years. A growing body of scientific evidence indicates that indigenous peoples had significant effects on mammal populations?by hunting and on vegetation patterns through deliberate burning.??A.E Mathews was an English immigrant whose early career was that of a traveling bookseller and artist. During his service in the?Civil War he drew scenes of the conflict which were published as lithographs. In 1865, Mathews moved west and began producing the?lithographs for which he is best known: images of Colorado, Montana and Rocky Mountain scenery. These views are among the?earliest and rarest for the Rocky Mountain West and their detail provides important historical documentation.Overall this print is in good condition with some foxing/staining/creasing in margins

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        Traite de lausculation mediate, et des maladies des poumons et du coeur. 3 Bde.

      . Troisieme Edition, Augmentee de Notes par Meriadec Laennec. - Paris, J.S. Claude, 1831, 8°, (4), XXXII, 540; (4), 551, (1); (4), 416 pp., mit 4 lith. Doppeltafeln, in 3 Halbledereinbänden der Zeit; Rücken erneuert.. "The first (1819) and second (1826) editions of Traite de l'auscultation mediate were published during Laennec's lifetime, the third edition (1831) was published by his cousin, Meriadec Laennec with his notes, and the fourth edition (1837) by Andral (1797-1876) with his notes. Forbes's translation of Laennec's Traite was first published in 1821, the second edition, 1827, third edition 1829 and fourth edition, 1834. An American edition of Forbes's translation was published in Philadelphia, 1823, and a second American edition (of the third English edition) in New York, 1830 and a third in 1835 (fourth English edition). The first German edition was published in Weimar, 1822. - Laennec's contribution to diseases of the lungs was of more importance than that to heart disease, for the cause of the heart sounds was unknown in 1819. He made a fundamental error in attributing the second sound to atrial systole. In his first edition (1819), he regarded the bellows murmur as evidence of valvular obstruction; in the second edition (1826) he revised his opinion and regarded the murmur as due to spasm of the heart, a muscular sound. He also discarded the new laether sound described by Collin (no. 465), his chef de clinique, as due to pericarditis, and attributed it to cardio-pulmonary bruit. So in the second edition he fell into worse error than in the first." Bedford, p.96

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        Das Corpus Juris Civilis in's Deutsche übersetzt von einem Vereine Rechtsgelehrter und herausgegeben von Carl Eduard Otto, Bruno Schilling und Carl Friedrich Ferdinand Sintenis.

      Carl Focke,, Leipzig, 1831 - 7 Bände. Leipzig, Carl Focke, 1831-1833 und 1839. Gr.-8. Mit 2 (1 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln in Band 1. HLdr.-Bde. der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel und etwas Rückenvergoldung. Originalausgabe. - Band 1 in 2., durchaus verbesserter, von Dr. Sintenis besorgter Auflage 1839, Bde. 2-7 in 1. Auflage. - (Einbände, v.a. Kanten berieben. Durchgehend fleckig. Vereinzelte Anstreichungen). HLdr.-Bde. der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel und etwas Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "VERKADE; V.D. SCHEER --- Album amicorum in de vorm van een oblong doosje met 9 losse blaadjes met teksten, tekeningen en prikwerk, 1831-1862, Dordrecht en 's Gravenhage, van een meisje Verkade.".

      Inschrijvingen: A.P. Verkade, A.A. v.d. Scheer, W. v.d. Koogh, A.D. Vries, M.A. Post Uiterweer, H. Ravenswaaij, C. Gittart, J.M. Boele van Hensbroek, C. Simons-Duparc. Prachtig doosje van zijde met gouden sierrand en strijdkaros in goud. AA013/M10041.

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        Die reine und angewandte Elementar-Mathematik. 3 Bände.

      München, Auer für Franz, 1831. - Mit 7 gefalteten lithographischen Tafeln und Tabelle. Seite (III)-XVIII (2), 488, LXXVI Seiten; XIV (2), 225 Seiten; Seite (III)-XIV (2), 214 (2) Seiten. Seide der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem, gekrönten Monogramm "W", Goldschnitt. Erste Ausgabe. Der bayrische Oberst und Militärschriftsteller Joseph Schmölzl (1805-1884) war im Auftrag der bayrischen Regierung lange Zeit im technischen Dienst in Griechenland tätig und veröffentlichte zahlreiche mathematische und technische Werke. Vgl. ADB XXXII,61. - Ohne die Vortitel von Band 1 und 3. - Einbandvergoldung etwas oxydiert, Einbände leicht angeschmutzt, Rücken unten mit kleinen Nummernschildchen. Innen kaum fleckig, meist frisch erhalten. Aus dem Besitz des Herzogs Wilhelm in Bayern (1752-1837). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Guide for Emigrants, Containing Sketches of Illinois, Missouri, and the Adjacent Parts

      Boston: Lincoln & Edmonds, 1831. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. 12mo. 336pp. Folding map of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Missouri Territory, Kentucky and Tennessee. Bound to style in half calf, marbled paper boards and endpapers, top edge gilt. Spine is in five compartments with raised bands, tooled in blind, with leather lettering labels, gilt. The map has been mounted on archival tissue to mend a separation at the folds (no loss) and is now in very good condition with the original hand-coloring intact, and only a tiny chip on one side affecting the border. . A very good copy. Important early guide for emigrants, with appendices on the Atlantic and Michigan Railway and a list of the Indian population of the U.S.. Howes P-171; Graf 3234.

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        The Botanic Garden, consisting of highly finished representations of hardy ornamental flowering plants, cultivated in Great Britain. Bd. 4.

      London, 1831 - 1832.. gest. Tit., 99 nn. Bll. m. 24 kol. Kst.- Tafeln, 4°, Or.- HLdr. d. Zt. m. Rvg. u. Ganzgoldschn.. Nissen, BBI 2222. - Die gesuchte und schöne bot. Zeitschrift hier in einem besonders schönem Exemplar, die Tafeln sauber und in einem kräftigen Kolorit. Jede Tafel mit 4 fein ausgeführten Blumenbildern, gestochen v. S. Watts n. Smith.

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        A collection of New York Views; engraved by J. Smillie, Archer, Gimber and Fossette.

      George M. Bourne,, New York: 1831 - A set of the first extensive series of New York street views to be published , issued by the engraver George M. Bourne,and based on originals by Charles Burton , James Smillie and William Guy Wall. This first issue of the Bourne plates can be distinguished by Bournes imprint and copyright notice, which are removed from later issues of plates published by Disturnell. A total of thirty five engravings of New York views printed on 18 numbered (except for Pl. 16, which is numbered by hand) of 19 Plate 19 is aparently missing . OCLC 40707736 records 3 copies only but with 19 plates .small 8vo pages. With many views engraved by James Smillie, known for his exquisite "bank note" engraving. The views are titled as follows: Plate 1st: City Hotel [with] Grace & Trinity Churches; Plate 2d: Bowling Green [with] Landing Place, Foot of Courtlandt St.; Plate 3d: Masonic Hall, Broadway [with] Landing Place, Foot of Barclay St.; Plate 4th: Park Place [with] American Hotel, Broadway; Plate 5th: Mansion House, (Bunker's), Broadway [with] Steam Boat Wharf, Battery Place; Plate 6th: St. Thomas' Church [with] Park Theatre & Part of Park Row; Plate 7th: Bowery Theatre [with] Washington Hotel, Broadway; Plate 8th: Junction of Broadway & The Bowery [with] Bay & harbour of New York; Plate 9th: Council Chamber, City Hall [with] Public Room, Merchant's Exchange; Plate 10th: St. Paul's Church, Broadway [with] Merchant's Exchange, Wall St.; Plate 11th: Phenix Bank, Wall St. [with] United States' Branch Bank; Plate 12th: Brooklyn Ferry, Fulton St. [with] Steam Boat Wharf, Whitehall Street; Plate 13th: Custom House, Wall St. [with] Unitarian Church, Mercer St.; Plate 14th: St. George's Church, Beekman St. [with] Clinton Hall, Beekman St.; Plate 15th: Church of the Ascension, Canal St. [with] Exchange Place Looking to Hanover St.; Plate [16]: New York, from Weehawk; Plate 17th: St. Luke's Church, Hudson St. [with] The Reservoir, Bowery; Plate 18th: St. Patrick's Cathedral, Mott St. [with] St. Peter's Church, Barclay St.With the Parke-Bernet Galleries auction catalog titled 'Color Plate Books Art Reference Bindings, September 17, 1968 showing the catalog entry #102 describing the item, as well as a photocopy of the original bill of sale , and the original Parke-Bernet manila envelope in which the engravings were held. The catalog description reads, "After drawings by C. Burton. " . The drawings were made for George Melksham Bourne, who issued a series of New York Views in 1831, the engravings being executed by J. Smillie, Archer, Gimber, Fossette, and others. Stokes, Iconography, vol. 3, pp. 594 - 97. comments that " No complete set is known to exist." Presumed written before a complete set was located. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Illustrations of the American Ornithology of Alexander Wilson and Charles Lucien Bonaparte, Prince of Musignano. With the Addition of Numerous Recently Discovered Species and Representations of the Whole Sylva of North America.

      Edinburgh: Frazer; Dublin: William Curry, Jnr.; and London: Smith, Elder, [1831]-1835. Large folio (527 x 406mm), with engraved title-page by James Turvey, engraved dedication leaf to David, Earl of Airlie, and 124 beautifully hand-coloured engraved plates after Brown, Alexander Wilson, A.Rider, Joseph B. Kidd, Turvey, W.H. Lizars, Samuel Milne, James Mayson, R. Scott, J. & J. Johnstone, and E. Mitchell, with three-page letterpress index, numerous plates with over-slips correcting the plate numbers, fine half russia gilt with marbled sides First edition, a superb copy of one of the scarcest colour-plate books on American ornithology from the library of Frederick Ducane Godman.//Walter Faxon's census of copies of this work locates only seven complete and six incomplete. There have been only six complete copies at auction in the last twenty-five years. The title-page to this work refers only to the works by Wilson and Bonaparte, but included in the more than five hundred engravings are illustrations based on the works of Audubon, Selby and others. The index mentions that Brown added 161 birds to those covered by Wilson and Bonaparte, with a further 87 being "considerably enlarged." 'Brown's 'Illustrations of the American ornithology' of Wilson and Bonaparte (1831-1835), dazzles the eye, and a particularly lovely copy reposes in the Hill Collection' (Hill collection)./There are 167 Trees and Shrubs represented, all of which are identified in the index.//These plates display the best work of the leading engravers of Edinburgh at the time, including W.H. Lizars, who engraved the earliest of Audubon's plates and some of Selby's for his Illustrations of British Ornithology. The colouring in this copy is particularly fine and the botanical additions, including the floral backgrounds are of the highest quality. A very fine copy of an extremely rare work.//Fine Bird Books 62; Wood 264; Nissen IVB, 152.

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        Ueber den mechanischen Wiederersatz der verlorenen unteren Gliedmassen durch eigene Apparate.

      - Rostock und Güstrow, bei J.M. Oeberg & Comp., 1831, 8°, XVI, 88, 2 gefalt. lith. Foiliosteindrucktafeln, Pappband der Zeit; frisches Exemplar. Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieser seltenen Schrift. - "Hier wählte ich die Construktion der künstlichen Füsse zur Aufgabe, weil dieser Gegenstand für unendlich viele Menschen, namentlich in Kriegszeiten von grosser Wichtigkeit ist, trotz dem aber bis zur Stunde im Allgemeinen keineswegs zur Genüge practisch gelöst wurde. . Meine Bemühungen, aus grossen Buchhandlungen mehr Genügendes über unseren Gegenstand zu erhalten, blieb fruchtlos. J.G. Heine's Beschreibung eines neunen künstlichen Fusses für den Ober- und Unterschenkel, Würzburg 1811 enthält zwar - was man von einem der vorzüglichsten Mechaniker Deutschlands auch nicht anders erwarten darf, sehr viel Nutzbares; da jeder Fuss aber übermäßig complicirt, also auch sehr wandelbar, schwer, kostbar und nur von geübten Arbeiter darzustellen ist, so ist er nicht allgemein anzuwenden . fortgesetztes Nachdenken und der für meine Aufgabe glückliche Zufall, dass sich nach practischen Prüfung derselben nach und nach viele der verschiedenartigsten Amputationsstumpfe fanden, gab zu vielen Veränderungen und Verbesserungen Anlass." Vorrede - Albert Ludwig Dornblüth, einer der angesehensten Mecklenburger Medizinern "geboren in Ludwigslust am 14.April 1784, promovirt 1813 in Rostock, war praktischer Arzt und seit 1823 Kreisphysicus in Plau in Mecklenburg. Er starb daselbst am 13.März 1857. Als sehr angesehener Arzt war Dornblüth gleichzeitig auch literarisch thätig und arbeitete speciell über Behandlung der Knochenbrüche und Deformitäten; Wiedersatz verlorener Gliedmassen, theils selbständige Werke, theils Aufsätze in Zeitschriften aus. Ferner schrieb er über Pocken und Impfung, geburtshilfliche und gerichtlich-medicinische Casuistik in den Zeitschriften von Hufeland, Horn, Rust, Casper, Henke, Fricke, Hannemann und populäre Aufsätze im Mecklenburgischen Freimüthigen Abendblatte 1822-1847." Hirsch II, pp.207-208 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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