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        Life of David Marks, to the 26th year of his age. Including the Particulars of His Conversion, Call to the Ministry, and Labours in Itinerant Preaching for Nearly Eleven Years.

      Limerick, ME: Printed at the Office of the Morning Star, 1831. First edition. Leather bound. 396pp. Duodecimo [18 cm] Original full leather with gilt bands on backstrip and leather label on backstrip. Very good. Light rubbing to extremities. Discoloring to first few leaves. Sporadic foxing throughout. Early Mormon content describing David Marks' visit to the Whitmer family farm in 1830, and his evaluation of the Book of Mormon and its Witnesses. David Whitmer was one of the "Three Witnesses." This is the earliest published description of the Mormons and Mormonism. Wonderful source material detailing life in the 'Burned Over District' and surrounding areas. Flake/Draper 5277. Howes M292

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Del metodo di curare le malattie dell'uomo. Compendio per servire alle proprie lezioni. Tradotto in italiano e corredato di molte annotazioni da Luigi Morelli di Siena.

      Pirotta, 1831. 12 voll., in 8°, br. Ogni vol. è di ca. 300 pag. Antip. del 1° vol. con ritratto dell'autore. Ampi marg. Barbe. Intonsi i voll. 2, 6, 8, 9, 10 e 11. Gore al 1° vol. Il 4° vol. presenta una legatura lenta. L'8° vol. evidenzia delle mende alla cop. e le ultime 40 pp. sciolte.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.]
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        La MODE, revue des modes, galerie des moeurs, album des salons.

      Paris 1831 - 1838 8 années en 15 volumes in-8, 412 gravures de mode en couleurs dont 28 dépliantes, 1 gravure en sépia, 82 gravures en noir dont 9 dépliantes. Reliure demi veau vert époque, dos lisses ornés de filets, dentelles et fleurons. Le journal fut créé en octobre 1829 par Emile de Girardin et Lautour-Mézeray, cédé en 1831 à Alfred Dufougerais, qui le transforme en organe politique légitimiste et le dirige jusqu'à l'été 1834. La direction est ensuite assurée par Edouard Mennechet, puis Edouard Walsh et enfin Alfred Nettement. Voillet de Saint-Philbert est gérant à partir de février 1836, avec plusieurs interruptions consécutives à des condamnations du journal. A partire de 1831 le sous-titre devient "Revue du monde élégant", à partir de 1842 "Revue politique et littéraire" et à partir d'avril 1852 "Revue politique, religieuse et littéraire". Le journal disparait en septembre 1854. La Mode dispensa l'esprit et la règle des élégances pendant toute sa publication. Colas 2070 - Bellanger, Histoire générale de la presse française, T.II. -1831, 4e trimestre octobre à décembre. 19 gravures en couleurs. -1832, 2 volumes. 75 gravures en couleurs. -1833, 2 volumes. 38 gravures en couleurs, 1 gravure en sépia et 2 gravures en noir. -1834, 2 volumes. 60 gravures en couleurs dont 5 dépliantes, 11 gravures en noir. -1835, 2 volumes. 39 gravures en couleurs, 32 gravures en noir dont 4 dépliantes. -1836, 2 volumes. 15 gravures en couleurs, 16 gravures en noir. -1837, 2 volumes. 49 gravures en couleurs, 13 gravures en noir. -1838, 2 volumes. 45 gravures en couleurs dont 23 dépliantes, 8 gravures en noir dont 5 dépliantes. L'ensemble renferme 412 gravures de mode en couleurs dont 28 dépliantes, 1 gravure en sépia, 82 gravures en noir (caricatures) dont 9 dépliantes [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty.

      John Murray, London 1831 - Small octavo, with a frontispiece and five etched plates; contemporary half calf. First and apparently the only authorised edition of a popular account of the Bounty story. The plates, after drawings by Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Batty, the army officer and prolific artist, include the familiar image of the "Residence of John Adams, Pitcairns Island" based on sketches by Lieutenant Smith of HMS Blossom, which surveyed the island under Captain Beechey in 1825. There is also a scene of Bligh's open cutter in a stormy sea, while the scene in Matavai Bay is derived from an original by John Webber, the official artist on Cook's third voyage.The work also includes an account of the voyage and wreck of the Pandora as it brought back the mutineers from Tahiti, with a dramatic image of the wreck. Barrow's work is completed with the letters written by Peter Heywood to his sister, as well as a description of the discovery of John Adams and the Bounty descendants on Pitcairn Island by Captain Mayhew Folger in 1808. Provenance: With the bookplate of Green Hammerton Hall, a splendid Yorkshire manor house until tragically demolished, like so many English country houses, in the 1950s; private collection (Sydney). Hinges very slightly rubbed but a fine copy.

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        NUNEHAM PARK; or The Summer Holidays. A sequel to Oakdale Cottage; or the Christmas Holidays.

      [4], 151 pages. Original paper-covered boards, re-backed in contrasting paper with a new paper title-label. 12mo. First edition. Ownership name of W. Cooper to endpaper; on title-page is the inscription, 'W. Cooper's First cousin.', referring to the author. Some occasional light spotting; else a very good copy of quiet a scarce novella.

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        Fairy Tales.

      London: Payne and Foss,, 1831. Now first collected: to which are prefixed Two Dissertations: 1. On Pygmies. 2. On Fairies. Octavo. Original brown cloth, decorative frame stamped in blind enclosing blind-stamped vignette to covers, blind rules to spine forming compartments, titles to spine gilt, cream endpapers. Spine rolled, slight wear to tips and spine ends, light chipping to head of spine, occasional foxing to margins, not affecting text; an excellent copy. First edition, published posthumously by Ritson's nephew. With the bookplate of Sir Richard Colt Hoare to the front pastedown. Richard Hoare was a leading antiquarian and archaeologist, known for his translations of the works of Gerald of Wales and his histories of Wiltshire. He carried out the first recorded excavations of Stonehenge alongside William Cunnington in 1798. Uncommon in the original cloth in this condition.

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        Prag wie es war und wie es ist, nach Aktenstücken und den besten Quellenschriften geschildert. 2 Bände.

      Prag J G Calve (-32) Format: 8° XII [2] 427 [1]; VIII 546 [4] S Mit 2 Kupfertiteln mit Vignetten 8 (3 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln und 2 vielfach gefalteten Kupferstichkarten OLeinen mit typographischem Rückenschild etwas berieben und beschabt bestoßen winzige Fehlstellen an Rückenschildern und Gelenken 1831 - Wohlerhaltenes, vollständiges Exemplar in Originaleinbänden*** Erste Ausgabe. der umfangreichen Topographie der Stadt Prag, die auch einige Beiträge über die Bevölkerung, die Judenstadt, die öffentliche Einrichtungen etc. enthält. Das Werk ist historisch von Interesse, zeichnet sich aber insbesonder durch seine gut lesbare, literarische Darstellungsform aus, die kongenial mit zauberhaften Stahlstichtafeln illustriert wird: Wyssehrad, Domkirche (vom Georgiplatz und vom Schlossplatz), Königliche Burg, Kreuzherrn-Platz, Altstädter Ring, Alt- u. Neustadt in zweifach ausgefalteten Ansichten, jeweils über die Moldau mit der Karlsbrücke. Ferner sind eine Umgebungskarte, und ein detailreicher Stadtplan enthalten (vielfach gefaltet und sehr groß: 44 x 36 cm). Ein Plan mit Einriss und hinterlegt, wie üblich leicht wellig, nur ganz vereinzelt minimal fleckig bzw. gebräunt, aber insgesamt und durchgehend sehr sauber und frisch, gebunden in den seltenen Originaleinbänden, die farblich verschieden sind: Band I in beigebraunem, Band II in türkisfarbenem gelackten Feinleinen. Engelmann 778. Hayn-Gotendorf VI, 269. 2 Bände. Erste Ausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        NUOVO ATLANTE ISTORICO del Cavaliere Leonardo Cacciatore (volumi I, II e III)

      TIPOGRAFIA ALL'INSEGNA DI DANTE, 1831. N. 3 vol. in -8 oblungo (22,5 x 29,5 cm.), legature d'epoca m.pelle marrone con titoli in oro ai dorsi, piatti cartonati pesante marmorizzati in tinta, pp. 367, (1), 384, 481, (1), (15-16-18 pag. di indici), 146 tav. (CXXX tav. numerate in romato e 6 di bis e ter) totali incise in litografia e acquatinta raffiguranti vedute e carte geografiche a p.pagina e più volte ripiegate - Condizioni: Modesti segni del tempo alle copertine, leggere fioriture su alcune pagine e tavole, nel complesso in più che abb. buone condizioni (integri e ben legati) - VEDI FOTOGRAFIE. QUARTA EDIZIONE. SECOLO XIX (prima metà)

      [Bookseller: Bottigella - Stampe Antiche e Libri D'ar]
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        Circus Gymnasticus. Vor dem Karlsthore rechts in einer dazu erbauten Bude. Großer Schauplatz der Akademie der höhern Reitkunst. Trampolinspringen, Herkulesstärke und Pantomime. Die Kunstreiter-Gesellschaft des G. Golz und J. Liebhard wird die Ehre haben, alle Tage Vorstellungen mit Veränderung zu geben. Der kleine fliegende Merkur, oder die Flucht der Indianer. Ausgeführt von Herrn Liebhard, Anton Liebhard und einem Kinde von 3 Jahren, auf 3 Pferden. Ein Stück welches hier noch nie gesehen worden ist. J. G. Golz wird das beliebte Bouquet d\'amoure darstellen. Zum Beschlusse: Die Befreyung der Prinzessin Alcesta.

      (München), 7. und 8. August (1831). Plakat mit Holzschnitt (13 x 13 cm) und typographischem Text. Blattgr.: 52 x 45 cm. Der Holzschnitt zeigt einen Jongleur auf einem Pferd stehend und 3 Bälle in Bewegung haltend. - Unterer Rand etwas braunfleckig. Sehr gutes Exemplar! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        The social system: a treatise on the principle of exchange.

      Edinburgh: William Tait. 1831. 8vo., xvi + 374pp., including the half-title, occasional almost invisible blindstamps of a German Co-operative library, but all otherwise unmarked and in fine state of preservation, now in a neat but modern binding of half-cloth over marbled boards, spine gilt lettered. A very good copy. First edition. A notable work by the socialist/economist John Gray (1799-1883) who, during the 1820s, might have been described as an Owenite socialist, his Lecture on human happiness> (1825) powerfully illustrating his communitarian and socialist views, and it was the Lecture> which secured him a measure of contemporary notoriety. The 1831 Social System> was, according to N.W. Thompson in New Palgrave> (II, p.562), Gray's 'most interesting work.' 'Here', Thompson writes, 'his explanation of the impoverishment of labour is similar to that of the earlier book. Exploitation was deemed to occur in the sphere of exchange, producing poverty, distress, underconsumption and thence arrested economic development. Gray's solution, however, represented a significant move away from his earlier communitarianism in the direction of a centrally controlled, technocratically run economy, more Saint-Simonian than Owenite in character. As in the Lecture,> the competitive market economy was t be abolished but in The Social System> its pricing, allocative, distributive and equilibrating functions were to be performed by a central authority denominated by Gray the National Chamber of Commerce. Thus 'the Social System recognises as useful, but one controlling and directing power, but one judge of what is prudent and proper to bring into the market, either as respects kind or quantity - the Chamber of Commerce - who, having the means of ascertaining, at all times, the actual stock of any kinds of goods in hand would always be able to say at once where production should proceed more rapidly, where at its usual pace and where also it should be retarded.' Further the Chamber would employ 'agents' to organize the 'cultivation of the land and the management of all those trades and manufactures which had been brought together by a voluntary association of landowners, capitalists and traders'. It would also be responsible for ensuring that demand was commensurate with supply, for making, as Gray phrased it, 'Production the uniform and never failing cause of demand'.' Gray dedicates his Social System> 'To those who can distinguish truth and justice from received opinion and established custom; and who are willing to assist in the establishment of such principles as are best calculated to advance the character and improve the condition of the whole human race'.

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        Autograph letter signed.

      No place, 1. III. 1831. - 8vo. ¾ page on bifolium with integral address panel. To architect Jagdmann, asking to let architect Geutebrück from Leipzig visit the Friedrichswerder Church for study purposes. - Small damage to fol. 2.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Book of Common Prayer

      1831. BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER. The Book of Common Prayer. Oxford: Printed at the University Press by S. Collingwood, 1831. Folio (12 by 20 inches), contemporary full tan morocco rebacked with original spine laid down, elaborately gilt-decorated spine and boards, black morocco spine label, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. $3200.Impressive 1831 Oxford folio edition of the magisterial Book of Common Prayer, elegantly bound by Hayday in contemporary full morocco-gilt.Born of Thomas CranmerÂ’s desire for liturgical texts upon which all of EuropeÂ’s Protestant, English-speaking churches could agree, the beautiful and dignified language of the Book of Common Prayer, first issued in 1549, has considerably influenced not only ecclesiastical practice, but has served “as a source of spiritual inspirationÂ… for most Englishmen second only to the Bible” (PMM 75). Beautifully bound by Hayday in contemporary full morocco with elaborately gilt-tooled spine and boards, featuring central lozenges, built up largely of circles and floral ornaments, within decorative frames built up from floral scrolls. Griffiths 1831:8. Presentation inscription.Light rubbing and soiling to binding. A very nearly fine copy, handsomely bound.

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        Notre-Dame de Paris

      1831 - 2 volumes in-8 de (8) et 404 Paris, Charles Gosselin, 1831, , 2 volumes in-8 de (8) et 404 pages ; et de II. 536 pages, demi-maroquin rouge du XIXe siècle dans le goût du temps, signet, Premier état de l'édition originale, rarissime. Comme l'indiquait Clouzot : "tiré à 1 100 exemplaires, divisés en quatre branches, les trois dernières avec mentions : deuxième, troisième ou quatrième édition. Ceux de la première tranche, sans mention d'édition et sans nom d'auteur sont fort rares et, à qualité égale, se vendent couramment trois fois plus cher que les autres. En ce cas, ne pas se montrer trop exigeant sur la qualité de la reliure et sur son état intérieur. Le livre est rare". Exemplaire incomplet du faux-titre et du titre du second volume et avec de nombreuses et importantes restaurations de papier (notamment sur la première page de titre qui porte, de toute sa diagonale, une longue balafre, comme à l'image du visage de Quasimodo). Bien que dans une reliure postérieure, édition totalement originale [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Huusholdnings-Bog, indrettet efter den almindelige Brug i Norske Huusholdninger. Udgivet ved en Forening af Huusmødre.

      Christiania, Davidsen. 1831. Liten 8vo. XIII, 136 s. Samt. litt slitt skinnbd. Tittelbl. smusset, noen s. rep., noen pl., noe fuktskj. N. på forsats. 5 ord i nennsom innsatt faksimile på s. 135. Notaker 40.1 Norges første trykte kokebok ...Ikke i Cappelens katalog 409; Bøker om mat.

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        Nouvelle théorie de l'action capillaire

      Paris: 1831. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (260x205 mm). [4], 300 pp., 1 fold. engraved plate. Contemp. half leather (slightly bumped and rubbed), spine gilt with label, title and back of plate with stamp, some foxing to text. Provenance: K.K. Technische Militair Academie (bookplate and stamps); Verne Roberts, Bibliotheca Mechanica (bookplate). Good, wide margined copy. ----Sotheran/Zeitlinger, 2nd suppl., no. 5926). Roberts/Trent, Bibliotheca mechanica, p. 260 (this copy). Roller & Goodman II.315. - First edition. The important French mathematical physicist, Poisson (1781-1840), published numerous articles and memoirs from the turn of the century, but most of his books came in the last ten years of his life. "It must. be acknowledged that his books exhibit an uncommon gift for clear exposition and consitute an ambitious project for the instruction of future generations of students." (D.S.B.). "Poisson's above and Laplace's are the chief memoirs published on the subject of capillarity. Poisson's theory differs considerably from Laplace's, although both arrive at the same results." "This is the first part of his projected Traité de physique mathématique. A second edition appeared in 1833, as well as a second part to this projected work, Théorie mathématique de la chaleur, 1835" (Roberts/Trent). Very Good.

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        Life of David Marks, to the 26th year of his age. Including the Particulars of His Conversion, Call to the Ministry, and Labours in Itinerant Preaching for Nearly Eleven Years.

      Printed at the Office of the Morning Star, Limerick, ME 1831 - 396pp. Duodecimo [18 cm] Original full leather with gilt bands on backstrip and leather label on backstrip. Very good. Light rubbing to extremities. Discoloring to first few leaves. Sporadic foxing throughout. Early Mormon content describing David Marks' visit to the Whitmer family farm in 1830, and his evaluation of the Book of Mormon and its Witnesses. David Whitmer was one of the "Three Witnesses." This is the earliest published description of the Mormons and Mormonism. Wonderful source material detailing life in the 'Burned Over District' and surrounding areas. Flake/Draper 5277. Howes M292 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE TRAVELLERS POCKET MAP OF INDIANA WITH ITS ROADS & DISTANCES.

      Philadelphia, PA: H. S. Tanner, 1831. Measures 10+3/8" (width) x 12 ½" (height). Creased at folds, as issued. Without the boards; map only. Overall moderate to heavy toning (browning), with a few spots of foxing. Two adhesive repair stains and other staining affecting left edge (affecting one chart). Margins heavily age-toned, with a few tiny tears. Not laid down (backed). Counties are decorated with original early hand-color. The top quarter of the state is not yet divided into counties, though Indian Boundary is identified, mentioning the Putawatomie and Miami tribes. With a profile of the Wabash and Erie Canal, and a chart of Steam Boat Routes with distances. A rare image.. First (presumed) edition. Unbound. Very good- condition.

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        La bible, traduction nouvelle, avec l' hébreu en regard accompagné des points-voyelles et des accens

      chez l'auteur et Barrois, chez Treuttel et Wurtz, Paris, Londres et Strasbourg 1831 - 9 volumes in-8 (sur 18), demi percale chocolat reliée à la bradel, aux dos : étiquette de titre et de tomaison de chagrin noir et date dorée en queue, têtes rouge, entièrement non rognés. (rousseurs, quelques cahiers brunis, 2 ou 3 passages soulignés au crayon). Reliure postérieure. Édition originale peu fréquente de cette traduction de la Bible juive en français, avec le texte hébraïque en regard, due à Samuel Cahen (1796-1862) Si la traduction comme certains des choix méthodologiques de Cahen ont pu être, et sont toujours critiqués, il n'en demeure pas moins que ce travail monumental eut un double impact. Celui, d'une part de relancer la traduction de la Bible juive par des juifs et non plus par des lettrés hébraïsants non juifs et, d'autre part, celui de tenter un véritable effort de création linguistique et littéraire en s'efforçant de retraduire les spécificités du texte d'origine dans la langue française, quitte à rendre cette dernière parfois obscure. Notre exemplaire comporte les volumes suivants : Pentateuque : Tomes I à V (complet) ; Les Prophètes : Tomes VI à VIII (manquent : Isaïe, Jérémie, Ezéchiel et les douze petits prophètes) ; Les Hagiographes : Tome XVII (manquent : les Psaumes, les Proverbes, Job, les cinq Meguiloth et les Chroniques). Provenance : bibliothèque de Théodore de Banville avec son ex-libris gravé. Agréable exemplaire. /// 9 volumes (out of 18), 8vo, half brown cloth binding, smooth spines, black shagreen letter-pieces, gilt-lettered dates, top edges red, untrimmed (foxing and brownish pages, a couple of pencil underlined text parts). Later binding. First edition of this quite uncommon first French translation of the Jewish Bible with the Hebrew on the opposite pages, done by a Jew, Samuel Cahen (1796-1862, director of Paris Jewish Consistorial School). Despite strong critics, his work remained one of the main references for any further translation of the Jewish Bible in French. Our edition has the following volumes: Torah (volumes I to V, complete); Prophets (volumes VI to VIII and XVII: Joshua, Judges, Samuel I & 2, Kings I & 2, Daniel, Ezra-Nehemiah only). Writings are missing. Pleasant copy. Provenance: from Théodore de Banville library with his engraved bookplates. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht; im Vgr. die kgl. W

      - aquarellierte und altkolorierte Umri

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        A GUIDE FOR EMIGRANTS, Containing Sketches of Illinois, Missouri, and the Adjacent Parts.

      Boston: Lincoln and Edmands, 1831. 336 pages of text. Original boards, moderately worn, rubbed and somewhat sunned, with an older rebacking which is lightly worn, with a leather label which is also worn. There is a shadow of a circular label where it was removed on the spine, and the remnant of a removed bookplate on the inside front cover, but the text is clean and unmarked. The textblock is loosening in a couple of places, and the inner hinges are somewhat weakened. Complete with the hand-colored folding map, slightly misfolded, with a few tiny tears to the edge, and one corner fold torn. Minor spotting to endpapers, and minor soiling to text. Otherwise, the text is clean and unmarked. Map titled "Western States" and includes Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Michigan Territory, Northwest Territory, Missouri Territory, etc. First edition. Howes P171. Buck 236. Graff 3234.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Chronicles of Border Warfare, or, A History of the Settlement by the Whites of North-western Virginia: and of the Indian Wars and Massacres, in that section of the Stateâ

      Joseph Israel, Clarksburg Va. 1831 - 12mo, period full tree sheep, morocco spine label, edges stained yellow, 319 pp. plus one ad leaf. Spine dull with minor rubbing, some shelf wear, a bit of cracking to spine and joints, old ink number (125) to front free endpaper bleeding through to following leaves and faintly to title, one front free endpaper loose, bookplate, a little bit of foxing or staining to a few pages, and light mottled patch to pp. 17-18. However, internally is generally bright and clean; and near fine overall. This is a first edition of one of the classic book concerning the hostel settlement of the Ohio country. According to Field, â

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        An Outline of Sematology

      1831 - Smart, Benjamin Humphrey, An Outline of Sematology or an Essay twowards establishing a new theory of Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric. London, 1831, “unpublished” copy inscribed by the author to N.W. Senior, Esq., a commissioner inquiring into the state of public education. Large 8vo, publisher’s cloth, re-backed. 252 pages, of which the last two are addenda and corrigenda. Smart is writing in the philosophy of language tradition of James Harris and Horne Tooke, basically using their intuitive knowledge of their first language and trying to construct an account of how words are put together to make meaningful sentences which assigns individual meanings to component words. Humphrey discusses problems for this account that arise with idioms, inflection, etc. From his perspective, logic has a complicated relationship with language. Logic is concerned with the mind as it uses language, rather than being essentially a mental process. A language is a tool which makes reasoned thought possible. A pretty interesting work. Shipping: $8.00 domestic, $40.00 international. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        MESAH OOWH MENWAHJEMOOWIN, KAHENAHJEMOOD OWH ST. MATTHEW.

      York: Printed at the Colonial Advocate Office by James Baxter, Printer, 1831. - 67pp. Handsome 20th-century half brown morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Mild rubbing to extremities. Newberry Library duplicate copy, with Ayer's presentation bookplate and Newberry deaccession stamp on front pastedown and small Ayer accession label on rear pastedown. Internally clean. Very good. A rather rare Gospel of Matthew translated into the Chippewa or Ojibwe language. The translation was supposedly made by missionaries John and Peter Jones. The catalog for Wilberforce Eames' sale at Anderson Galleries in 1913 even then categorized the book as "very scarce." Eames' copy appears to be the last one to appear at auction. PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 2572. PILLING, ALGONQUIAN, p.268. AYER, INDIAN LINGUISTICS (CHIPPEWA) 38. DARLOW & MOULE 3023.

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        MANIFESTE Du Comité Central Français, En Faveur Des Polonais, Au Peuple Polonais.

      large folio broadsheet circular, printed on both sides, "Supplement." At upper left corner, but no other imprint information. Folded in quarters, some minor spotting, else a very good copy. The Marquis de Lafayette, the president of the committee, once again leads a fight for freedom, although this time only diplomatically. Lafayette subscribed 2000 francs – the largest subscriber. The presumed first printing of this broadsheet very likely an extra or supplement to the Journal des Debats, a Parisian weekly with regular contributions by Victor Hugo (one of the committee members), and with what would have been a sympathetic political stance. The broadsheet prints the resolutions in favor of the committee in four columns, dated in type at end February 12, 1831. The committee members are also listed, as well as subscribers throughout France and their donations. Victor Hugo and Lafayette's son George were both among the committee members. The November Uprising (1830-1831), Polish-Russian War, also known as the Cadet Revolution, was an armed rebellion in the heartland of partitioned Poland against the Russian Empire. The uprising began on 29 November 1830 in Warsaw when the young Polish officers from the local Army of the Congress Poland's military academy revolted, led by lieutenant Piotr Wysocki. They were soon joined by large segments of Polish Society, and the insurrection spread to the territories of Lithuania, western Belarus, and the right bank of Ukraine. Despite some local successes the uprising was eventually crushed by a numerically superior Imperial Russian Army under Ivan Paskevich. Czar Nicholas I decreed that henceforth Poland was an integral part of Russia, with Warsaw little more than a military garrison and its university closed. Sympathetic echoes of Polish aspirations were reverberating throughout Europe. Under Lafayette's chairmanship enthusiastic meetings were held in Paris. James Fenimore Cooper, the American author, who was in France at that time, was also involved in attempts to help the Poles. Money for the Polish cause was also raised and collected in the United States. Although early reprints are available, we have been unable to locate a copy of this undoubted first printing. A complete reprint appears, (beginning on page 19), in La Pologne et la France en 1830-1831, volume 9, Paris: Typ de Pinard, 1831.

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        Origenis Opera Omnia, quae Graece vel Latine tantum exstant et ejus nomene circumferuntur. Ediderunt Carolus et Carol. Vincent. De La Rue et Carol. Henric. Eduard. Lommatzsch. 25 B

      Berolini, Sumtibus Haude et Spener, 1831-1848. - Zus. ca. 12000 S. Von Lommatzsch bearbeitete und neu herausgegebene der von C. V. de la Rue edierten franz

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        Atlas Historique, Généalogique Chronologique et Géographique.

      Paris., Leclère, Boulevard Saint-Martin., 1831. 36 x 53 cms. Title page 1 f., introduction, contents 2ff., 40 plates, handcoloured ( numbered !-XXXV ), where-of 37 double page with chronological, historical and genealogical tables and 27 maps ( surrounded by explanatory and historical notes ) on heavy paper. Fine gilt red morocco spine. Front and back contemp. boards with minimal traces of use at edges. Fine copy. worldmap of the 2 hemispheres. map of Americas and of N. America. KEYWORDS: atlas historical atlas.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Sanssouci, 1. III. 1831.

      1831. 1 S. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Sie äußerten mir sehr verehrter Freund, neulich den Wunsch, einen Blick in den Plan zu werfen, welchen ich zur Ausschmückung der Besitzung unseres gemeinschaftlichen Freundes projektirt habe. Anliegend erhalten Sie denselben. Sie ersehen daraus, daß wir nichts geringeres im Sinne haben, als aus der ganzen von der Natur so begünstigten Feldmark ein schönes Bild der schönen Gartenkunst zusammen zu setzen. Die großen und erheiternden Ansichten sollen erhalten, gehoben und gemehrt; die Randpunkte dafür ermunternd bezeichnet werden. Man wird die vorhandenen Gärten, Waldstücke und Grasplätze erweitern, verdichten oder auslichten [...]". - Peter Joseph Lenné prägte fast ein halbes Jahrhundert die Gartenkunst in Preußen. Er gestaltete weiträumige Parkanlagen nach dem Vorbild englischer Landschaftsgärten und konzentrierte sich vor allem in seiner Spätzeit auf eine sozialverträgliche Stadtplanung Berlins, indem er Grünanlagen für die Naherholung der Bevölkerung schuf. - Gefaltet.

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        Bound with a signed elegy to La Perouse] Voyage De Laperouse, Redigé D'apres Ses Manuscrits Originaux -- Bound with: -- Vinaty, J.A.: Elogé de la Pérouse. Ouvrage qui a obtenu l'églantine d'or, décernée par l'Academie des jeux floraux du Toulouse au concours de 1823.

      Bertrand 1831 - Paris: Arthus Bertrand & Delaunay, 1831. xviii, 436pp. With an engraved portrait frontispiece and a huge engraved folding map, but without the engraved facsimile letter, which is commonly missing in this work. Second title: Paris, Firmin Didot, 1823. 46 pp. With a handwritten dedication by the author on title page, reading: 'Donné par l'auteur a Mme. X' (the name of the lady is very hard to decipher). Bound together in a contemporary quarter leather binding, spine with gilt lining and lettering. Boards with more recent spotted paper on covers, endpapers renewed, all in fine period style. Good copies. The work by Lesseps with paper repair on corner of the frontispiece, vague old call number on first blank. The title by Vinaty with some foxing, quite typical for the type of paper used. First title: Rare first hand account of the voyage, by its sole survivor. De Lesseps was hired as an interpretor for the voyage by La Pérouse. In 1787, De Lesseps was send back to Europe to take home the journals and maps of the first half of the expedition. He was put ashore in Kamtchatka and from there travelled overland through Siberia and Russia. "His journey was a very difficult one, faced with primitive roads, enormous distance, a hazardous climate, and those of a half-civilized and badly policed empire, but he succeeded, and to him we owe the survival of many of the most important documents of the ill-fated expedition"(Hill 1010) He reached St. Petersburg on 22. 9. 1788 without knowing by that time La Perouse and his companions had been lost in a shipwreck. On 17.10 1788 Lesseps arrived in Versailles where he was presented to the King, and the narrative of his travels was ordered to be published at public expense"(Howgego, L123). Second title: Very rare elegy to La Pérouse. It was published more than three decades after La Pérouse had disappeared with his two ships during his voyage of exploration. The author won the 'Eglantine d'Or' of the Academie des Jeux-Floraux of Toulouse with this work. It is exceedingly rare today, not noted in most of the standard reference works. It even escaped Forbes' attention. A quite remarkable find. The elegy to La Pérouse is extremely rare on its own, here it turns up together with De Lesseps' original account of the voyage. Perhaps the mysterious Ms X, to whom the elegy is dedicated, owned a copy of De Lesseps' work and had them bound together. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La maréchale d'Ancre

      The rare first edition.Dark red morocco by Stroobants, the spine richly decorated with compartments and decorative tools in the Romantic style, date to foot of spine, triple gilt fillet frame to covers, gilt roulette frame to pastedowns, marbled endpapers, double gilt fillet to edges of covers, gilt roulette to headpiece, covers preserved, gilt edges.With a frontispiece by Tony Johannot.Autograph inscription signed by Alfred de Vigny to Madame de Fabricius, a friend of the author, close companion of Emile Deschamps and a regular at his salon.Provenance : from the Grandsire collection.A fine copy retaining its rare covers without any spotting, and in a superb binding.  Charles Gosselin Paris 1831 14x22cm relié

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        James Roß entdeckt den magnetischen Nordpol am 1. Juni 1831.

      O. O., 1896, 1831. Aquarellierte s/w-Tuschezeichnung über Bleistift auf grauem Karton. Auf festen Unterlagekarton montiert. 32 x 43,5 cm. Signiert und datiert, verso bezeichnet. - Zu Bender vgl. AKL VIII, 622 - Schöne und detaillierte Darstellung der Expeditionsgruppe James Ross`. - Der Architekt und Zeichner Paul Bender, 1917 gefallen, studierte 1881/82 an der Kunstschule Weimar, danach an der Dresdener Akademie, wo er Meisterschüler von Paul Wallot war. - Leicht gebräunt, kl. Kratzspur in der oberen Bildhälfte, am äußeren Rand mit kl. Abplatzungen, im rechten Rand wenige kl. Braunflecken, sonst gut erhaltene. feine Arbeit. Bücher de

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        Returns Relative to the Settlement on the Swan River... [bound with] Further Returns Relative to the Settlement on the Swan River...

      London: 28 February 1831 and 31 March, 1831. Two works bound together, foolscap folio, 30 & 19 pp. respectively; in handsome modern red quarter morocco, gilt. Two very rare reports, setting out the earliest official information on the Swan River colony to be published in England. The reports were published within a fortnight of each other in 1831, and print a wealth of information from the new colony.The first report begins with a list of the vessels sent to Swan River (headed by the Parmelia), the salaries of the main officials, and a long and informative dispatch from Governor Stirling to Sir George Murray. The report concludes with abstracts of settlers from the General Muster Book, other settlers, and a list of land claims.The second report is even more detailed, printing material by some of the most important settlers. Of note is a letter from Stirling, two succinct but important reports of inland exploration, including one to Cape Leeuwin, undertaken by the indefatigable John Septimus Roe, and a third report by Lieutenant Dale, the officer responsible for the famous King George's Sound (then part of the Swan River Colony) panorama, but here describing an expedition east of the Darling Mountains. The report concludes with a fourth notice of a series of attacks made on Lieutenant Dale's party by local tribesmen, written by F. C. Irwin of the 63rd Regiment.

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        Satan in Search of a Wife;

      London: Edward Moxon, 1831. "The Devil was Sick and Queasy of Late, and his Sleep and his Appetite Fail'd him; His Ears they Hung Down, and his Tail it was Clapp'd Between his Poor Hoofs, Like a Dog that's been Rapp'd --- None knew what the Devil ail'd him" CRUIKSHANK, George. [LAMB, Charles]. Satan in Search of a Wife; With the whole process of his Courtship and Marriage, and who danced at the wedding. By an Eye Witness. London: Edward Moxon, 1831. First edition. Sixteenmo (5 5/8 x 3 5/8 inches; 143 x 93 mm.). Engraved vignette title-page. 36 pp. Engraved frontispiece and three full page engraved plates, engraved vignette tail-piece. Bound ca. 1900 by Rivière & Son in full red morocco, covers with triple gilt rule borders, spine with five raised bands, elaborately decorated and lettered in gilt in compartments, gilt board edges, elaborate gilt turn-ins, marbled paste-downs and end-leaves, all edges gilt. A very fine and attractive copy. "At the time the book was about to be published Moxon had just discontinued his monthly,"The Englishman's Magazine". The following extract from Lamb's letter of October 24, 1831, relates to that and to payment expected for "Satan in Search of a Wife": "You hinted that there might be something under £10, by and by, accruing to me - Devil's Money (you are sanguine, say £7.10s.); that I entirely renounce and abjure all future interest in: I insist upon it; and 'by him I will not name', I won't touch a penny of it. That will split your loss, one-half, and leave me conscientious possessor of what I hold. Less than your assent to this, no proposal will I accept of." In a letter, written in February, 1832, Lamb writes again: "I am heartily sorry my Devil does not answer. We must try it a little longer; and, after all, I think I must insist on taking a portion of its loss upon myself. It is too much you should lose by two adventures." The book, though published anonymously, was advertised as "by the Author of Elia." On February 11, 1833, Lamb wrote to Moxon: "I wish you would omit 'by the Author of Elia' now, in advertising that damn'd 'Devil's Wedding.'" (Roff, pp. 182-184). Not mentioned in Cohn or Patten.

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        Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beerings Strait

      

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        MÜNCHEN. - Bogenhausen., Bad Brunnthal von der Isar aus gesehen. Blick auf das Brunnhaus im Tal unter dem Isarhang und Gebäude am Hochufer.

      Aquarellierte Bleistiftzeichnung auf zwei Blättern eines Skizzenbuchs von Johann Georg von Dillis, unten links bez. den 3ten April 1831, 16,5 x 21,5 cm. Eine für Dillis typische, spontane und locker gezeichnete Skizze des im 19. Jahrhundert zum Kurort erhobenen Münchner Bades ,an das noch heute ein Straßenname erinnert. - Wenige unauffällige Flecken, insgesamt gut erhalten. Aquarell/Zeichnung, BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Storia di Carlo Emmanuele il Grande. Dedicata a SS.R.M. Carlo Alberto.. Torino, Reale Tipografia, 1831

      1831. 2 vol. in-8, pp.(20), 226, (2); (4), 239, (1), ritratto a mezzo busto del monarca inc. in rame in antiporta del I vol. Splendida legatura coeva in pieno marocchino verde riccamente ornata con filetti, bordura, fregi floreali in oro sui piatti ed ai dorsi a nervi, dent. int. (con etichetta del legatore G.Ambrosio di Torino). Rara monografia storica su C. E. III di Savoia (1701-1773, regnante dal 1730 alla sua morte), figlio di Vittorio Amedeo II e di Anna d'Orleans. Il nome del Semeria appare unicamente come firma della dedica a Carlo Alberto. Magnifico esemplare su carta forte, a pieni margini, in sontuosa legatura del tempo.

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        RAPHAEL'S WITCH!!! Or the Oracle of the Future. By the Author of the Prophetic Messenger.

      London: W.C. Wright, 1831. 24 pages of preliminary text, followed by 180 pages of text. Full leather binding of mottled calf by Bayntun; rebacked, retaining original boards and spine, with new endpapers and leather spine label. Contains 2 large folding colored plates by Cruikshank and the author, incorporating 10 scenes surrounding 2 astrological tables; engraved title with hand-colored vignette. The two hand-colored fold-out plates were expertly repaired at the folds. Contains 2 leaves of music composed expressly for this work by J. Blewitt. All page edges heavily gilt, marbled endpapers, heavy gilt border with floral pendants, back heavily gilt, inner dentelles gilt, etc. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Facts Relating to the Punishment of Death in the Metropolis.

      London: James Ridgway, 1831. Small octavo, xii, 198pp., with final leaf of advertisements; a fine copy in splendid crushed brown morocco with gilt lettering by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. Probably the most personal of Wakefield's books, an investigation into English criminology and particularly Newgate Prison, based in part on his own incarceration.This forthright and engaging insight into criminal life and incarceration in nineteenth-century London pleads for greater understanding of criminal behaviour and psychology as the key to the successful reform of the courts, the prison system and transportation to Australia. Facts Relating to the Punishment of Death in the Metropolis was published two years after Wakefield's release from Newgate. Despite a reputation for obstinacy, Wakefield was by most accounts a charismatic man who conversed deeply with his fellow prisoners. These testimonies make his account of criminal life both vivid and insightful. Wakefield introduced the notion that punishment was an effective deterrent due to its certainty rather than its severity, and this persuasive book is an important work in the history of criminology written from first-hand experience within the prison system, and concludes with a chapter of sixteen pages critical of the transportation of felons to the Australian colonies.

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        Almanacco Piemontese.

      1831. Il PALMAVERDE. Almanacco Piemontese 1831. Torino, coi tipi di Alessandro Fontana, con Privilegio di S.S.R.M., in-24, pp. 367, (5) con vignette zodiacali, testatine e finalini, vignetta al frontespizio e antiporta figurata. Bella legatura coeva in zigrino rosso, i piatti adorni di elaborata bordura a palmette, cornucopia agli angoli, al centro grandi monogrammi coronati di Carlo Felice e Maria Cristina di Savoia, dorso con raffinata decorazione di tralci d'uva, tagli dorati. Bell'esemplare con ex-libris di Mercurino Arborio Gattinara, Biblioteca del Castello di Rivara.

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        The Life of David Marks, to the 26th Year of his age. Including The Particulars of His Conversion, Call to the Ministry, and Labours in Itinerant Preaching for Nearly Eleven Years

      Limerick, ME: Office of the Morning Star, 1831 Book. Good. Full-Leather. Good with rubbed extremities of boards & corners; age-tanning to pages and moderate foxing; front epp missing (first page is title page) po notes on ffep; text & binding is tight. Early account of report on Book of Mormon relating to visit to David Whitmer house (one of the "three witnesses").

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        \"Radirungen von Ludwig Richter. II. Heft. VI Bll. Malerische Ansichten aus den Umgebungen von Rom\". Sechs Darstellungen auf sechs Blättern, lose im Originalumschlag.

       6 Radierungen von L. Richter bei C.G. Börner, Leipzig (1831), je ca. 13,5 x 18 cm. Hoff-Budde 210-215; Hoff 171-176. - Heft II. (von 2). - Die romantischen Ansichten entstanden wohl auf einer Italienreise, die L. Richter während der Jahre 1823-26 unternahm. Vorhanden sind: \"Osteria\", \"Monte Circello\", \"Rossa di Mezzo\", \"Olevano\", \"Ponte Salaro\" und \"Castel Gandolfo\". - Mit Ausnahme von Blatt 4 alle mit Signatur, bzw. Monogramm, sowie Blatt 2 datiert \"1831\". Jedes Blatt mit kleinem Trockenstempel unten links. - Die Tafeln sauber, der Umschlag im Falz geklebt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Künstlergraphik, Italien

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        Fairy Tales. Now first collected: to which are prefixed Two Dissertations: 1. On Pygmies. 2. On Fairies.

      London: Payne and Foss, 1831 - Octavo. Original brown cloth, decorative frame stamped in blind enclosing blind-stamped vignette to covers, blind rules to spine forming compartments, titles to spine gilt, cream endpapers. Spine rolled, slight wear to tips and spine ends, light chipping to head of spine, occasional foxing to margins, not affecting text; an excellent copy. First edition, published posthumously by Ritson's nephew. With the bookplate of Sir Richard Colt Hoare to the front pastedown. Richard Hoare was a leading antiquarian and archaeologist, known for his translations of the works of Gerald of Wales and his histories of Wiltshire. He carried out the first recorded excavations of Stonehenge alongside William Cunnington in 1798. Uncommon in the original cloth in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Autograph letter signed

      London, 1831. Heurteloup, Charles L. S., Baron (1793-1864). Autograph letter signed to an unidentified correspondent. London, 7 September 1831. 1 page. 219 x 185 mm. Traces of former mounting present, but very good.From the inventor of the "perce-pierre" lithotrite for crushing stones in the bladder (see Garrison-Morton 4290), presenting a copy of his Cases of Lithotrity, or Examples of the Stone Cured without Incision (1831) to the president and members of the Royal College of Surgeons, to whom he had dedicated the work. The operation of lithotrity, in which an instrument is inserted into the bladder through the urethra to pulverize bladder calculi, marks the beginning of minimally invasive surgery. The operation was introduced by Jean Civiale in 1826, but Heurteloup's method was superior. He moved to London in 1829, and was the first to perform lithotrity in Great Britain. Ellis, History of Surgery, p. 192.

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        THE TRAVELLERS POCKET MAP OF INDIANA WITH ITS ROADS & DISTANCES.

      H. S. Tanner, Philadelphia, PA 1831 - Measures 10+3/8" (width) x 12 ½" (height). Creased at folds, as issued. Without the boards; map only. Overall moderate to heavy toning (browning), with a few spots of foxing. Two adhesive repair stains and other staining affecting left edge (affecting one chart). Margins heavily age-toned, with a few tiny tears. Not laid down (backed). Counties are decorated with original early hand-color. The top quarter of the state is not yet divided into counties, though Indian Boundary is identified, mentioning the Putawatomie and Miami tribes. With a profile of the Wabash and Erie Canal, and a chart of Steam Boat Routes with distances. A rare image. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Fraser's Panoramic Plan of London. Dedicated to Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Adelaide.

      1831 - London, c.1831. Original colour. Steel-engraving, dissected and laid on linen as issued, total 410 x 550mm. A beautiful plan of central London engraved by James Neele, extending to Hyde Park, Regent's Park, Regent's Canal, the Surrey Docks, Kennington and Chelsea. It shows John Rennie's New London Bridge (opened 1831, now in Arizona) with the old bridge to the side. The map is surrounded by 18 vignettes of important buildings, including St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, the Italian Opera House (now Her Majesty's Theatre), Drury Lane Theatre (Theatre Royal), the Thames Tunnel, and, although not shown on the map, Hammersmith Suspension Bridge. HOWGEGO: 332, state 1 of 3.

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