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2019-09-17 00:05:08
CONGRESS, United States
Washington: Gales & Seaton. 1832-1834 1st Ed. American State Papers, Military, Naval, Native Americans, Maps. The American State Papers' is a retrospective collection of largely Congressional, but also Executive, materials originating from 1789 through 1838. 'American State Papers' points out key moments in early American history as they occurred and influential decisions as they were made. This collection covers: Lewis and Clark's Expedition,Treaty of the Creek Indians made by Andrew Jackson, speeches and messages of Presidents Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison. · EVERY document relating to war the Seminole Indians · the capture of the British Fleet on Lake Champlain, · depredations committed by Mounted Riflemen, · exploration of the Pacific Ocean, · free negroes in North Carolina, · land for female academies, · protection of the western frontier · account of war with Pirates, Barbary Wars and the Ottoman Empire · Trade with China · And much, much more. In 1831 Congress authorized Gales and Seaton to publish 750 sets of the 'American State Papers' and the first volumes were published in 1832. More volumes were added in 1834 and by the end of the year a complete set consisted of 21 volumes. Later volumes were added in the 1850-60s as the set was expanded, but this series of 21 is the first original set. All the original maps are included. I am limited by the number of photos I can include but contact me for additional details. This series is in remarkable condition for its age with fully attached covers and spines. Some foxing and discoloration of the paper inside ha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jwhite3351 [Union, Maine, US]
2019-09-16 11:55:38
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Berlin, 1832. Berlin. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Tora, 1832, Berlin. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000311430 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1832.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-09-16 11:54:15
Björnson, Björnstjerne (1832-1910)
Björnson, Björnstjerne (1832-1910) - autograph letter signed (Nobel Prize Literature) - Norwegian writer who received the 1903 Nobel Prize in Literature. Autograph letter signed "Björnstjerne Björnson". 1p, 7.0 x 8.5 inch. Munich, 1896 February 19. To the publisher of the "Future", O. Häring, in Berlin regarding a fee for his translator. In German, in full: "Sehr geehrter Herr, - wir leben in die Zeit der Kompromisse. Machen wir es so: Sie zahlen meinem Übersetzer, Freiherr v. Enzberg, Schumannstrasse 3, 10 - zehn - mark, und sprechen wir von dem anderen nicht oder verschenken wir es den Konfektionsarbeitern. Achtungsvoll und mit freundlichen Grüße an den norwegisch verstehenden deutschen Verleger." Mailing folds, handling wear, else fine condition. COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY BY ANDREAS WIEMER HISTORICAL AUTOGRAPHS. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Andreas Wiemer Historical Autographs [Kelkheim, Germany]
2019-09-16 11:54:14
Björnson, Björnstjerne (1832-1910)
Björnson, Björnstjerne (1832-1910) - Autograph postcard signed (Nobel Prize Literature) - Norwegian writer who received the 1903 Nobel Prize in Literature. Autograph postcard signed "Björnson". 1p, postcard, 5.5 x 3.5 inch, n.p., n.d. To the publisher of the "Future", O. Häring, in Berlin regarding a fee. In German: "Haben Sie die Güte Freiherr von Enzberg (Friedenau) aus meinem Honorar zu zahlen. Nicht wenig!" Handling wear, else good condition. COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY BY ANDREAS WIEMER HISTORICAL AUTOGRAPHS. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Andreas Wiemer Historical Autographs [Kelkheim, Germany]
2019-09-16 11:54:14
Björnson, Björnstjerne (1832-1910)
Björnson, Björnstjerne (1832-1910) - autograph letter signed (Nobel Prize Literature) - Norwegian writer who received the 1903 Nobel Prize in Literature. Autograph letter signed "Björnstjerne Björnson". 1p, 8.75 x 5.5 inch (unfolded), n.p., n.d. To the publisher of the "Future", O. Häring, in Berlin regarding a fee. In German: "Sie brauchen mir es auch nicht zu schicken. Ich habe so große Freude daran in "die Zukunft" zu sagen, was ich da gesagt habe, dass ich diese Freude nicht verdorben haben will durch ein Honorar auf 10 zehn mark. Die anderen zehn nimmt nämlich mein übersetzer". Slightly stained, two minor holes repaired with paper on verso, else good condition. COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY BY ANDREAS WIEMER HISTORICAL AUTOGRAPHS. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Andreas Wiemer Historical Autographs [Kelkheim, Germany]
2019-09-14 18:56:46
Washington, D.C: Gales & Seaton, 1832. See item description. View items for sale Complete 38-volume set of the AMERICAN STATE PAPERS, published from 1832 to 1861 by Gales & Seaton in Washington, D.C.. In 1831 Congress authorized Gales and Seaton to publish 750 sets of the AMERICAN STATE PAPERS and the first volumes were published in 1832. More volumes were added in 1834 and by the end of that year a complete set consisted of 21 volumes. Seventeen volumes were added between 1858 and the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 and a complete set since that time has consisted of 38 volumes. The 38 volumes offered here consist of 37 volumes from what was the Carnegie Free Library in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. The 38th volume (Foreign Relations, Volume 3) comes from the old personal library of Walter Cary. None of the Carnegie volumes have backstrips and only the Cary volume has what is a poor semblance of one. The volumes are in "acceptable" condition and they are being sold as "working volumes" that the purchaser might find useful to rebind. All volumes appear to be complete, except fir three volumes, which are missing several pages that will be supplied as xerox copies. Many volumes have pages at the very beginning and/or the very end that are separated along with the boards. None of the Carnegie volumes have boards that are attached and only the rear board on the Cary volume is attached. In all cases the boards are well-worn, frayed, scuffed, and in poor condition. As far as I can tell, all foldout maps are present and in good condition, and the only handwriting I could find is extr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 4097x [San Antonio, Texas, US]
2019-09-13 08:49:25
Samuel D. Ingham
Probably Washington, DC to Tallahassee, Florida, 1832. Disbound. Very good. This one-page stampless folded letter measures 15.5" x 13" unfolded. It was signed by Samuel Ingham on "15 Apr '32" and sent to John Branch in Tallahassee, Florida. It was probably privately carried, perhaps by Ingham himself, to Norfolk, Virginia where is was dispatched by coastal steamer to Florida. It bears a red circular Norfolk, Va postmark dated April 19 along with red "STEAM" and "FREE" handstamps. (Branch was a Congressman at the time, and mail sent to him required no postage.) Branch had departed for Washington, DC by the time the letter arrived, so it was forwarded to him in Washington, DC. At that time, the cover received a manuscript "forwarded" marking and a scarce oval Tallahassee postmark with a "high a" in Fla. (See p53, ASCC.). Ingham and Branch had both been strong supporters of Andrew Jackson and members of his cabinet; Ingham was the Secretary of the Treasury and Branch, the Secretary of the Navy.Both men, whose wives had been leaders along with Floride Calhoun in the "Pettycoat Affair," were forced to resign by Jackson who believed them to be in league with John C. Calhoun-a former Jackson loyalist and his Vice-President- who had split with Jackson over the "Tariff of Abominations" and "Nullification Crisis." (The Pettycoat Affair was a major scandal in which nearly all of Jackson's cabinet members and their wives ostracized Secretary of War John Eaton and his wife.)Following their resignations, Ingham involved himself with coal mining, paper manufacturing, and the organiz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA [US]
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2019-09-13 06:12:32
Trial; Berry, Ira, Defendant
1832. A Libel Trial that Followed Accusations of Desertion in a Pro-Jackson Newspaper [Trial]. Berry, Ira, Defendant. The Liberty of the Press Vindicated, And Truth Triumphant! State Versus Ira Berry, For an Alleged Libel on Cyprus Weston, The Nominal Complainant in the Prosecution and the Nominal Mover of the "Belgrade Resolutions:" Also a Delegate to the Federal State Convention, Holden in Augusta, June 26, 1832; And the Pitiful Instrument and Victim of the Desperation and Folly of the Leaders of the Federal Party in the County of Kennebec! [N.p., but Augusta ME, S.n., but likely the Augusta Age, 1832]. 20 pp. Octavo (10-3/4" x 6-1/2"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in self-wrappers, untrimmed edges. Light soiling to exterior, moderate toning and light spotting, clean teras to a few leaves upper cormer lacking from final leaf with no loss to text. $950. * Only edition. The Age, a fairly new Jacksonian weekly, was published in Augusta by Ira Berry and Frank Smith. It succeeded the recently defunct Patriot, a paper that accused Weston of deserting twice during the War of 1812. Weston sued for libel, but Berry and his paper were vindicated. OCLC locates 3 copies (Bowdoin, University of Missouri Law School, Yale Law School). McCoy, Freedom of the Press B-240.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2019-09-12 13:51:06
Trial; Berry, Ira, Defendant
1832. A Libel Trial that Followed Accusations of Desertion in a Pro-Jackson Newspaper [Trial]. Berry, Ira, Defendant. The Liberty of the Press Vindicated, And Truth Triumphant! State Versus Ira Berry, For an Alleged Libel on Cyprus Weston, The Nominal Complainant in the Prosecution and the Nominal Mover of the "Belgrade Resolutions:" Also a Delegate to the Federal State Convention, Holden in Augusta, June 26, 1832; And the Pitiful Instrument and Victim of the Desperation and Folly of the Leaders of the Federal Party in the County of Kennebec! [N.p., but Augusta ME, S.n., but likely the Augusta Age, 1832]. 20 pp. Octavo (10-3/4" x 6-1/2"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in self-wrappers, untrimmed edges. Light soiling to exterior, moderate toning and light spotting, clean teras to a few leaves upper cormer lacking from final leaf with no loss to text. $950. * Only edition. The Age, a fairly new Jacksonian weekly, was published in Augusta by Ira Berry and Frank Smith. It succeeded the recently defunct Patriot, a paper that accused Weston of deserting twice during the War of 1812. Weston sued for libel, but Berry and his paper were vindicated. OCLC locates 3 copies (Bowdoin, University of Missouri Law School, Yale Law School). McCoy, Freedom of the Press B-240.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2019-09-12 11:28:05
Canina, Luigi
Roma, Dai tipi dello stesso Canina, 1832, Prima ed unica edizione. Esemplari a pieni margini in barbe. Rara collezione completa delle opere dell’architetto Luigi Canina. Tra i primi architetti a compilare una significativa raccolta analizzando i monumenti architettonici antichi con metodo storico. L’opera è così suddivisa: «L’architettura greca descritta e dimostrata coi monumenti», pp. 100; «Architettura greca. Parte I. Parte teorica e pratiche dell’arte considerate nelle differenti specie di edifizj», pp. 184 [indice in fine]; «Architettura greca parte II. Descrizione dei monumenti», pp. [4] 119 [5] di indice; 168 tavole legate in volume; «L’architettura antica descritta e dimostrata coi monumenti. Opera divisa in tre sezioni riguardanti la storia, la teorica, e le pratiche dell’architettura egiziana, greca, romana, Roma, dai tipi dello stesso Canina, dall’anno 1839 al 1844», pp. (8) 197 tavole di cui molte rip. e una grande carta geografica; «Architettura egiziana. Parte II. Teorica e pratica dell’arte», pp. 122; «Architettura egiziana. Parte III. Descrizione dei monumenti», pp. 154 (2); «L’architettura romana considerata nei monumenti. Parte I. Storia dell’arte», pp. 172; «L’architettura romana considerata nei monumenti. Parte II. Teorica e pratica dell’arte nelle differenti specie di edifizj», pp. 272; «L’architettura romana considerata nei monumenti. Parte III. Descrizioni dei monumenti», Roma, s. ind. tip., 1830, pp. 236, frontespizio e prefazione [4 pp] erroneamente legati al II vol.; 256 tavole molte a doppia pagina e una grande carta della città di Roma antica. in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli [Milano, MI, Italy]
2019-09-12 06:11:00
Trial; Berry, Ira, Defendant
1832. A Libel Trial that Followed Accusations of Desertion in a Pro-Jackson Newspaper [Trial]. Berry, Ira, Defendant. The Liberty of the Press Vindicated, And Truth Triumphant! State Versus Ira Berry, For an Alleged Libel on Cyprus Weston, The Nominal Complainant in the Prosecution and the Nominal Mover of the "Belgrade Resolutions:" Also a Delegate to the Federal State Convention, Holden in Augusta, June 26, 1832; And the Pitiful Instrument and Victim of the Desperation and Folly of the Leaders of the Federal Party in the County of Kennebec! [N.p., but Augusta ME, S.n., but likely the Augusta Age, 1832]. 20 pp. Octavo (10-3/4" x 6-1/2"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in self-wrappers, untrimmed edges. Light soiling to exterior, moderate toning and light spotting, clean tears to a few leaves upper corner lacking from final leaf with no loss to text. $950. * Only edition. The Age, a fairly new Jacksonian weekly, was published in Augusta by Ira Berry and Frank Smith. It succeeded the recently defunct Patriot, a paper that accused Weston of deserting twice during the War of 1812. Weston sued for libel, but Berry and his paper were vindicated. OCLC locates 3 copies (Bowdoin, University of Missouri Law School, Yale Law School). McCoy, Freedom of the Press B-240. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2019-09-10 18:23:59
British Society of Ladies for Promoting the Reformation of Female Prisoners (ed.) -
London, John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill; Hatchard and Son, Picadilly; and E. Fry, Houndsditch, 1832. 108 S. mit 2 mitgezählten Tafeln und einer nicht mitgezählten, ausfaltbaren Tabelle, dunkelgrüner Leinwand-Band der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägten Titelschild (Einband etwas gebogen und minimal berieben), 18,4 x 11,4 cm. Seltene zweite, erweiterte Ausgabe, die erste Ausgabe war 1827 erschienen. Das vorliegende Exemplar stammt aus dem Vorbesitz der französischen Philantropin und Vorkämpferin für die Vorschulerziehung Émilie Laure Oberkampf (1794 - 1856), die seit 1812 mit dem französischen Bankier Jules Mallet verheiratet war. Das weiße Vorsatzblatt mit dem handschriftlichen Eintrag: 'Mme. Jules Mallet. Souvenir de Newgate'. Offensichtlich hatte Emilie Mallet in Newgate die von Elisabeth Fry initiierten Fortschritte der Gefängnisreform in Augenschein genommen. Wenige Jahre später, im Februar 1838 fungierte Emilie Mallet als Dolmetscherin bei Elizabeth Fry's Besuch im St. Lazare Frauengefängnis in Paris ( vergl. Memoirs of the Life of Elizabeth Fry, with extracts from her Journal ., S. 266) und man diskutierte die Reform beim Diner im Hause Mallet (S. 267). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Elvira Tasbach [Berlin, Germany]
2019-09-10 08:53:23
Samuel D. Ingham
Probably Washington, DC to Tallahassee, Florida, 1832. This one-page stampless folded letter measures 15.5" x 13" unfolded. It was signed by Samuel Ingham on "15 Apr '32" and sent to John Branch in Tallahassee, Florida. It was probably privately carried, perhaps by Ingham himself, to Norfolk, Virginia where is was dispatched by coastal steamer to Florida. It bears a red circular Norfolk, Va postmark dated April 19 along with red "STEAM" and "FREE" handstamps. (Branch was a Congressman at the time, and mail sent to him required no postage.) Branch had departed for Washington, DC by the time the letter arrived, so it was forwarded to him in Washington, DC. At that time, the cover received a manuscript "forwarded" marking and a scarce oval Tallahassee postmark with a "high a" in Fla. (See p53, ASCC.). Ingham and Branch had both been strong supporters of Andrew Jackson and members of his cabinet; Ingham was the Secretary of the Treasury and Branch, the Secretary of the Navy. Both men, whose wives had been leaders along with Floride Calhoun in the "Pettycoat Affair," were forced to resign by Jackson who believed them to be in league with John C. Calhoun-a former Jackson loyalist and his Vice-President- who had split with Jackson over the "Tariff of Abominations" and "Nullification Crisis." (The Pettycoat Affair was a major scandal in which nearly all of Jackson's cabinet members and their wives ostracized Secretary of War John Eaton and his wife.) Following their resignations, Ingham involved himself with coal mining, paper manufacturing, and the organization of a railroad; Bran … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Read'Em Again Books, ABAA [Montclair, VA, U.S.A.]
2019-09-08 08:11:14
La Caricature # 1832 # journal satirique 42 numéros reliés de mai 1832 à mai 1833 Hebdomadaire satirique illustré français lancé à Paris en 1830 Titre >>> La Caricature morale, religieuse, littéraire, scénique <<< Galerie Vero-Dodat Nombreuses illustrations et lithographies de Daumier Reliure se défait (photos) # Jaunissements à l'intérieur, mais la plupart des lithographies couleur en bel état de présentation.
Bookseller: bigfatbrunzie [La Gaude, FR]
2019-09-08 01:42:49
Cramer, J. A.
Oxford University Press, 1832. 474 pages, plus errata & 424 pages. LACKING FOLDING MAP. Later brown Moroccan binding with raised spine bands and leather spine labels. Covers are a little scuffed, and there are lightly worn spots where a small library sticker was removed from lower spine of each volume. Private book plate on front paste downs. Inked stamp of a masonic grand lodge is seen on the upper edges of each text block. The last four leaves in Volume II are creased along outside edge, of affecting any text or content. There is a little very light scattered foxing, but in general the contents are very clean. Both volume remain tight
Bookseller: Lloyd Zimmer, Books And Maps [Chanute, Kansas, US]
2019-09-07 14:33:10
Lithographie von Samuel Prout, 1832, 29 x 42 cm. Schöne Ansicht von der Hand des beliebten englischen Lithographen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg
Bookseller: Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2019-09-07 12:22:13
WILSON, Alexander | BONAPARTE, Charles Lucian | JARDINE, Sir William
First Edition. Three vols, complete Medium 8vo (225 x 145 mm); half-titles present throughout; cvii, 408; vii, 390, (1); viii, 523 pp. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Wilson in his shooting costume to vol. I and a total of 97 fine hand-coloured plates, with light off-setting throughout. Contemp. half straight-grain green morocco over marbled boards, rubbed, tips of corners worn, edges of boards well rubbed. Spines, with gilt titles, divided into six compartments with low-raised bands. Plates unusually bright and free of foxing. An about Fine copy. "The best edition of the American Ornithology, both on account of the beautiful plates and the most interesting notes of the editor" (Neville Wood, from Allibone, A Critical Dictionary of English Literature). Anker 534; Nissen IVB 996; Wood p.630; Zimmer 693.
Bookseller: Worlds End Bookshop [UK]
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2019-09-05 20:53:27
Page Smith
1832. a magnificent heirloom edition of an American classic Easton Press HISTORY OF AMERICA in 16 volumes by Page Smith Uniform tan leather binding with acknowledgments, bibliographical notes and indices BOUND IN GENUINE LEATHER Copyright by Easton Press Hubbed Spine, Bound in Premium Full Leather Distinctive Cover Design, Profusely Illustrated Moire Endleaves, Satin Ribbon Page Marker Accented in Real 22KT Gold, Gilt Page Edges Smyth-sewn Pages for Strength and Durability Long-lasting, High Quality Acid-neutral Paper LIST OF TITLES: Covering more than 300 years of history from the Pilgrims' landing to the New Deal, Page Smith's monumental 8,000-page epic is the most comprehensive history of the United States ever written, complete in 16 leather-bound volumes: Vol. I - IV: A NEW AGE NOW BEGINS : The American Revolution (1832 pages). Vol. V - VI: THE SHAPING OF AMERICA : The Young Republic (868 pages). Vol. VII-VIII: THE NATION COMES OF AGE : The Ante-Bellum Years (1231 pages). Vol. IX - X: TRIAL BY FIRE : The Civil War and Reconstruction (1038 pages). Vol. XI - XII: THE RISE OF INDUSTRIAL AMERICA : The Post-Reconstruction Era (965 pages). Vol. XIII-XIV: AMERICA ENTERS THE WORLD : The Progressive Era and World War I (1089 pages). Vol. XV - XVI: REDEEMING THE TIME : The 1920's and The New Deal (1205 pages). CONDITION DESCRIPTION: this set is in like new and unread condition: blank unattached bookplates, clean inside page, and binding is tight, beautiful bright endpapers and satin ribbon page marker. SHIPPING / HANDLING: The book will be shipped via USPS media mail with delive … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: finebooks100 [Houston, Texas, US]
2019-09-03 06:44:32
Nakatenus, Wilhelmus
Mechelen, P.-J. Hanicq, 1832. (titelprent) 443 p. Origineel Leer met zilveren sloten en beslag en goud-op-snede, 8° (Boekblok licht gebruind/vochtvlekkig, de titelprent is sleets aan de randen en mist een hoekje. Katholiek kerkboek met oefeningen en gebeden samengesteld door Wilhelmus Nakatenus (1617-1682). Gebonden in een leren band voorzien van goud-bestempeling langs de randen en versierd met een drie-zijdig zilveren kader langs de platten, 28 zilveren siernagels en een dubbele zilveren sluiting. De band en wellicht ook het zilverwerk is van de hand van Boekbinderij C. van Gemert en Zonen te 's-Hertogenbosch.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2019-09-01 01:34:53
Lee, N. K. M., Mrs
Boston: Munroe and Francis; New York: by Charles S. Francis, and David Felt; Philadelphia: by Carey and Lea, and Griggs and Elliot, 1832. First edition, first issue; 12mo, pp. xxxv, [1], 300; text in double column; wood engraving of a cow ready to be sliced on p. xxxii; original full calf, red morocco label on spine; front blank flyleaf wanting; joints cracked, rubbed at the extremities; a good, sound copy. One of the most famous of 19th century American cookbooks, and the first alphabetically arranged. Attributed by Lowenstein to Mrs. N. K. M. Lee. American Imprints 13363; Bitting, p. 536 (second edition); Cagle & Stafford 447; Lowenstein, Early American Cookery (3rd ed.), 160.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [US]
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2019-08-31 06:23:49
Cabet Etienne
1832. Bel exemplaire en reliure de l'"époque. Etienne Cabet. Révolution de 1830, et situation présente (juillet 1832) expliquées et éclaircies par les Révolutions de 1789, 1792, 1799 et 1804, et par la Restauration. Édition originale. Bel exemplaire en reliure de l'époque. Etienne CABET. Révolution de 1830, et situation présente (juillet 1832) expliquées et éclaircies par les Révolutions de 1789, 1792, 1799 et 1804, et par la Restauration, par M. Cabet, député de la Côte d'Or. Paris, Aguste Mie, 1832 1 volume in-8 (21 x 13,5 cm) de (1)-XIV-389-(1) pages. Reliure de l'époque demi-basane maroquinée caramel, dos lisse à faux-nerfs ornés dorés et à froid, fleurons à froid, plats de papier raciné, tranches marbrées. Quelques légers frottements à la reliure, en bel état. Intérieur avec quelques rousseurs habituelles, la deuxième moitié du volume en est quasi exempte. Beau papier chiffon. Édition originale. "Ce que je prévoyais est arrivé : la colère du pouvoir m'a forcé de comparaître devant les tribunaux ; mais les juges du pays ont condamné mon accusateur. Cependant, mon but ayant été d'être utile en éclairant la masse du peuple, ma tâche n'est point encore accomplie : il me reste à donner à mon ouvrage la plus grande publicité. J'en fais donc une seconde édition à 10.000 exemplaires, au plus bas prix possible, afin que les citoyens les plus pauvres puissent en faire l'acquisition. [...]"(extrait). Cette première édition, qui valut un procès à son auteur, est bien complète des débats parlementaires sur l'Italie, la Pologne et la Belgique. Ce dijonnais, fils d'un maître-tonnelie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-08-28 21:11:18
TROLLOPE, Frances, 1780-1863
Whittaker, Treacher, and Co., London, 1832. Three volumes, in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, bound-in ribbon markers, sprinkled page edges. pp (4), 294; (4), 311; (4), 302, [2]. Bound without the half-titles. Bindings with some rubbing to the spines and outer corner neatly touched up; the gilt lettering and ornaments on the spine has flaked away leaving the stamping readable in blind; boards have some rubbing and shelf wear to bottom edges; pp 247-48 and 251-52 in Vol. III have clean horizontal tears neatly repaired with clear archival paper tape (no paper loss of legibility affected; a little foxing to endpapers. In all, a VG copy. Wolff 6825; Sadleir 3235. The first fiction by Anthony Trollope’s mother, written to support her destitute family after their return from a failed attempt of making a go of it in America. This disastrous excursion, while nearly destroying the family, was the making of Frances Trollope, as she used the experience to produce two works that were published in the same year: her most famous book, the scathingly critical Domestic Manners of the Americans, and this novel, the story of a young English nobleman forced to flee to the New World after fatally wounding the man who killed his pet spaniel. With the engraved armorial bookplates of C. Cunningham, M.S. bearing the Cunningham motto, "Over Fork Over". Size: 12mo [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Steven Temple Books, ABAC / ILAB. IOBA [WELLAND, ON, Canada]
2019-08-28 21:11:18
TROLLOPE, Frances, 1780-1863
London: Whittaker, Treacher, and Co, 1832. First printing. Three volumes, in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, bound-in ribbon markers, sprinkled page edges. pp (4), 294; (4), 311; (4), 302, [2]. Bound without the half-titles. Bindings with some rubbing to the spines and outer corner neatly touched up; the gilt lettering and ornaments on the spine has flaked away leaving the stamping readable in blind; boards have some rubbing and shelf wear to bottom edges; pp 247-48 and 251-52 in Vol. III have clean horizontal tears neatly repaired with clear archival paper tape (no paper loss of legibility affected; a little foxing to endpapers. In all, a VG copy. Wolff 6825; Sadleir 3235. The first fiction by Anthony Trollope's mother, written to support her destitute family after their return from a failed attempt of making a go of it in America. This disastrous excursion, while nearly destroying the family, was the making of Frances Trollope, as she used the experience to produce two works that were published in the same year: her most famous book, the scathingly critical Domestic Manners of the Americans, and this novel, the story of a young English nobleman forced to flee to the New World after fatally wounding the man who killed his pet spaniel. With the engraved armorial bookplates of C. Cunningham, M.S. bearing the Cunningham motto, "Over Fork Over". Binding: Hardcover.
Bookseller: Steven Temple Books [CA]
2019-08-28 08:00:22
Croisat
Paris: 1832. Overall condition is Very Good. See description for full details and photos. Methode de Coiffure par Croisat, Professeur, Coiffeur du Journal des Modes, le Petit Courrier des Dames, Brevete du Gouvernment, et de S.A.R. Anna de Jesus Maria, Infante de Portugal (Coiffeur) By Croisat Paris:Chez L'Auteur, Rue de L'Odeon, No.33.1832 (2nd Edition) Approx Size: 4 x 6.75 inches (10.5 x 16.5 cms) Hardback. 171, [1] (Errata) printed pages Recent half red morocco leather binding with marbled boards and endpapers. Spine has five raised bands, black morocco title label and gilt ornaments to compartments. Staining to inner edge of half title, title, and decreasing over the first few pages. Repaired tears to outside edge of half title. Section of loss with old paper repair to outside edge of title page. Marking to 'Avertissement' page after title. Text has some spotting and light staining. Numerous illustrations, some with paper repairs to edges. Landmark title by Croisat, the 'Napoleon of Hairdressing'. Covering all aspects of the profession, from its history, to analysis of the shape of the face and head, and descriptions of hairstyles and accessories. A landmark work, housed in a very attractive binding. Rare. Overall Condition is Very Good There are many more rare and collectable books in our eBay shop, all at very reasonable prices Why not take a look... HERE Keywords: Hair, Hairdressing, Hairdresser, Hairdressers, Hair Styling, Hairstyle, French language, Salon de Coiffure, Coiffeur, Cheveux.
Bookseller: Tarrington Books (cakemonster_yumyum) [Tarrington, Herefordshire, GB]
2019-08-27 19:22:37
Page Smith
1832. a magnificent heirloom edition of an American classic Easton Press HISTORY OF AMERICA in 16 volumes by Page Smith Uniform tan leather binding with acknowledgments, bibliographical notes and indices BOUND IN GENUINE LEATHER Copyright by Easton Press Hubbed Spine, Bound in Premium Full Leather Distinctive Cover Design, Profusely Illustrated Moire Endleaves, Satin Ribbon Page Marker Accented in Real 22KT Gold, Gilt Page Edges Smyth-sewn Pages for Strength and Durability Long-lasting, High Quality Acid-neutral Paper LIST OF TITLES: Covering more than 300 years of history from the Pilgrims' landing to the New Deal, Page Smith's monumental 8,000-page epic is the most comprehensive history of the United States ever written, complete in 16 leather-bound volumes: Vol. I - IV: A NEW AGE NOW BEGINS : The American Revolution (1832 pages). Vol. V - VI: THE SHAPING OF AMERICA : The Young Republic (868 pages). Vol. VII-VIII: THE NATION COMES OF AGE : The Ante-Bellum Years (1231 pages). Vol. IX - X: TRIAL BY FIRE : The Civil War and Reconstruction (1038 pages). Vol. XI - XII: THE RISE OF INDUSTRIAL AMERICA : The Post-Reconstruction Era (965 pages). Vol. XIII-XIV: AMERICA ENTERS THE WORLD : The Progressive Era and World War I (1089 pages). Vol. XV - XVI: REDEEMING THE TIME : The 1920's and The New Deal (1205 pages). CONDITION DESCRIPTION: this set is in like new and unread condition: blank unattached bookplates, clean inside page, and binding is tight, beautiful bright endpapers and satin ribbon page marker. SHIPPING / HANDLING: The book will be shipped via USPS media mail with delive … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: finebooks100 [Houston, Texas, US]
2019-08-26 13:13:53
n/a
Slavuta, 1832. Slavuta. Chok leIsrael, 1832, Slavuta. Author: n/a. Publisher: Shmuel Avraham Shapira. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1832.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-26 06:47:18
Lord Byron
Works of Lord Byron. 17 Volumes 1832-3 Original Edition. Fine Leather Bindings Works of Lord Byron. 17 Volumes 1832-3 Original Edition. Fine Leather Bindings The Works Of Lord Byron With His Letters and Journals, and His Life by Thomas Moore, Esq. (Complete 17 Volume set ) The set was announced originally in 1832 as in fourteen volumes but it was extended in 1833 to seventeen voumes. John Murray, Albermarle Street, London. First Edition. The Complete fourteen volume edition + the 3 supplemental Volumes. Volumes 1-12: 1832; Volume 13--17: 1833. Contemporary half-Leather bindings with ribbed leather spines and leather corners, gilt decorated spines and spine labels, marbled paper-covered Boards. Duodecimos (6 3/4" tall), marbled Endpapers. Red top page edges and marbled fore and bottom edges. Each Volume has an engraved Title Page & a full Ppge frontis engraving, separated by a tissue guard in most volumes, and followed by a printed title page. Vol I, Life of Lord Byron to the Period of his Return from the Continent in 1811. Title Illustration: view of Cadiz and Frontis: a Full length Portrait of Byron, aged 19. Both engraved by Findley Vol II, Life of Byron continues, to 1814. Frontis Illustration, Trepaleen and title page, Constantinople. Vol III, Life continues to April 1817. Vol IV. Continues the Life to 1820. Vol V. Life to 1822. Vol VI completes the Life to Byron's death in 1824, Appendix, and continues with Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose. Vol VII. "Hours of Idleness, a series of Poems" and Occasional Pieces 1808 - 1810. Vol VIII, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Historical n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tadmor Fine Books (henryt) [NJ, US]
2019-08-24 11:23:35
[Ravenna, OH, 1832. Newspaper extra. Single sheet, 39cm. 2pp. Text in three columns. Old fold lines, separated across horizontal fold but text legible, overall toning of sheet, small ink note [illegible] in upper right corner; thumbnail sized chip in outer margin, not affecting text. On the recto of this extra the newspaper publisher, under the title "More Church & State / Combination to overawe the Press," defends his printing on the previous Thursday of a subscriber's opinion on the so-called "Meeting-House case." The reprint of the "statement of facts" regarding the case appear on the verso, entitled "Church and State," signed in type by "Zeno." The issue involved an 1828 vote by the Board of Commissioners, consisting of several Presbyterians, to override the intended public use of a county-owned lot to build a Presbyterian meeting house. Upon publication of the statements of Zeno objecting to this "union of Church and State" in the Western Courier, several subscribers cancelled their subscriptions. The editor John Harmon prints twelve of their names and reminds all of his subscribers of the principles on which a "Free Press" is based. John Harmon purchased and published the "Western Courier," the Democratic organ of Portage County from 1832-1836. The paper was originally established in 1825 with an initial subscription list of 320 which more than doubled in the first six months. [see the short history of the paper written by Jennifer Seymour for the National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio]. It ceased publication in 1838. Ravenna, Ohio and vicinity experienced an incr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books, ABAA [Chevy Chase, MD, U.S.A.]
2019-08-22 18:33:50
Paris: 1832. Dessin et poème autographe signé à sa muse - Librairie Le Pas Sage Livres Rares, ŒUVRES Choisies Librairie Superbe exemplaire parfaitement relié par Yseux Auguste Brizeux Marie VÉRITABLE ÉDITION ORIGINALE. De la très belle bibliothèque de Jules Le Roy. Notes Description VÉRITABLE ÉDITION ORIGINALE que l'on reconnait par le sous-titre Roman, présent sur la couverture et sur la page de titre ; mention qui disparaîtra dès le tirage suivant. Paru anonymement, ce recueil connut un succès immédiat porté par les critiques élogieuses d'Alfred de Vigny et Sainte-Beuve. Poème narratif inspiré par des souvenirs d'enfance dans campagne bretonne et des premières amours de l'auteur, Marie rend aussi hommage à Marie-Renée Pelland'Arzanô, véritable muse pour le poète. Superbe exemplaire parfaitement relié au début du XXe siècle par Yseux, successeur de Petit-Simier, en plein veau cerise élégamment décoré d'encadrements en noir et dorés. RARE. De la très belle bibliothèque de Jules Le Roy, dispersée en 1931 (ex-libris). Paris,Auguste Auffray,1832.in-12, Relié,110 x 190 mm,269 pp. Reliure du début du XXème siècle signée Yseux successeur de Petit-Simier. Plein veau cerise, dos lisse orné d'encadrements et fleurons, encadrements dorés et en noir sur plats, contre-plats bordés avec encadrements et frises dorés, non rogné, toutes tranches dorées. Étui-chemise. Deux plats de couverture conservés. Bio Auguste Brizeux (Lorient : 12 septembre 1803 - Montpellier : 3 mai 1858) Galerie. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: le-pas-sage-rare-books [Paris, FR]
2019-08-22 11:25:33
1832. Condition: Very Good. SERRES, E. [Etienne] R. [Renaud] A. [Augustin]. THEORIE DES FORMATIONS ET DES DEFORMATIONS ORGANIQUES, APPLIQUEE A L'ANATOMIE DE RITTA CHRISTINA, ET DE LA DUPLICITE MONSTRUEUSE. Paris: 1832. Offered is Very Good++ entire original journal issue of Acad. Sci. Mem XI 1832 in modern printed wrappers with mild foxing edges. Pages uncut. 4to, 895 pp. + 21 foldout plates. Paperback. Very Good++.In mylar wrapper A definitive anatomic study of "Rita-Christina", the best known of the congenitally joined two-headed births of the early nineteenth century. The twins were born in Sardinia (1829). The scientific name for this anomaly is dicephalus tetrabrachius twins. They died at eight months of age but gained a great deal of attention because their parents exhibited them in Paris. An autopsy was performed which revealed two hearts in a single pericardium, fused liver and duplication of the digestive tract to the distal ileum , among other findings. (See Speert, History Obstetrics & Gynecology). I would prefer to send this via Priority Mail Express , which seems tobe the most secure , and has excellent tracking , with full insurance .( included in the shipping costs posted here .) dwag9.
Bookseller: Hammond Rare Scientific Books (morgan007) [Gainesville, Florida, US]
2019-08-20 23:58:10
Aeschylus
Oxonii (Oxford): E Typographeo Academico (at the University Press), 1832. First edition. 8vo. 324 pp. Bound in contemporary smooth calf, spine in six compartments. Front and rear board stamped in gilt, with a bust of (presumably Dindorf) on the front board and bottom compartment of the spine. Edges of the boards show gilt tooling. Brown morocco label lettered in gilt on the spine. Patterned endpapers and pastedowns. Text in Greek, with a Latin commentary in the rear of the volume. Very occasional owner's annotations (in a contemporary hand), translating a few of the Greek words. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Evening Star Books (eveningstarbooks) [Middleton, Wisconsin, US]
2019-08-20 15:23:40
Sir William F P Napier
the Year 1814, 1832. A beautifully bound set of this famous historical work on the Peninsular War. Written by Sir William Francis Patrick Napier, who served in this war. A mixed edition set. Volumes I, II and III are second editions. Volumes IV-VI are first editions. Volumes I and II retain their half-titles as called for. From copac records it does not appear that volumes II-VI were issued with half-titles. Illustrated, with eight plates to volume I, eight plates to volume II, twelve plates to volume III, nine plates to volume IV, eight plates to volume V, ten plates to volume VI, Contemporary inscription to the recto of front endpaper to all volumes, Kate Walton Michaelmus Term 1936. Sir William Napier became an ensign in the Royal Irish Artillery in 1800 and served for many units during the first two decades of the nineteenth century. He commanded his regiment in the invasion of France after Waterloo and remained in France until 1819 when he finally retired. Napier wrote this work following the suggestion of Henry Bickersteth. He did so to defend the memory of Sir John Moore and to prevent him being overshadowed by Wellington. Napier was assisted by Wellington for the production of this work as he provided Joseph Bonaparte's correspondence that was captured at the battle of Vittoria. The letters were written in cipher, but Mrs Napier discovered the key. Upon initial publication the first volume did not have many sales. Murray was disappointed by sales of the first volume and therefore Napier published the remainder himself. The reception soon picked up and the work was e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2019-08-20 10:30:37
CONGRESS, United States
Washington: Gales & Seaton. 1832-1834 1st Ed. American State Papers, Military, Naval, Native Americans, Maps. The American State Papers' is a retrospective collection of largely Congressional, but also Executive, materials originating from 1789 through 1838. 'American State Papers' points out key moments in early American history as they occurred and influential decisions as they were made. This collection covers: Lewis and Clark's Expedition,Treaty of the Creek Indians made by Andrew Jackson, speeches and messages of Presidents Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison. · EVERY document relating to war the Seminole Indians · the capture of the British Fleet on Lake Champlain, · depredations committed by Mounted Riflemen, · exploration of the Pacific Ocean, · free negroes in North Carolina, · land for female academies, · protection of the western frontier · account of war with Pirates, Barbary Wars and the Ottoman Empire · Trade with China · And much, much more. In 1831 Congress authorized Gales and Seaton to publish 750 sets of the 'American State Papers' and the first volumes were published in 1832. More volumes were added in 1834 and by the end of the year a complete set consisted of 21 volumes. Later volumes were added in the 1850-60s as the set was expanded, but this series of 21 is the first original set. All the original maps are included. I am limited by the number of photos I can include but contact me for additional details. This series is in remarkable condition for its age with fully attached covers and spines. Some foxing and discoloration of the paper inside ha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jwhite3351 [Union, Maine, US]
2019-08-20 00:55:39
H Lister Maw
Smith, Elder, 1832. Inscribed by the author to John Backhouse. Chief Clerk British Consulate Canton 1844-1855. Folding map of the neighbourhood of Rangoon as a frontis. 106pp followed by the second publication of 20 pages. General wear to the binding with a small split to the tail of the spine.
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2019-08-19 23:56:13
Various
various: assorted, 1832. 1832 EXQUISITE Vellum BINDINGS Crusoe Shakespeare Keats Tennyson Ruskin AquinasA rare, 12 book lot from the early 19th to early 20th-centuries. This lot of obscure and popular titles is highlighted by 'Robinson Crusoe,' 'The Poetical Works of Keats,' 'The Comedies of Shakespeare,' Tennyson's 'Idylls of the King,' and St Thomas Aquinas' 'Summa Contra Gentiles' all with exquisite vellum binding!Item number: #7954Price: $950Main author: BARRY, St LegerTitle: Stories from FroissartPublished: LONDON: Published for Henry Colburn by Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. MDCCCXXXII. [1832]. First Edition.Note: 3 volumesMain author: AQUINAS, ThomasTitle: Divi Thomae Aqiunatis Ordinis Praedicatorum Doctoris Angelici A Leone XIII P. M. Gloriose Regnante Scholarum Omnium Catholicarum Patroni Coelestis Renunciati Summae Contra Gentiles Libri Quatuor Ad Lectionem Codicis Autograph in Biblioteca Vaticana Adservati Probatissimorum Codicum Melorisque Notae Editonum Fideliter Impressi Volumen UnicumPublished: ROMAE. ROME: Ex Typographia Forzanii et Socii Via Della Dogana Vecchia, MDCCCLXXXVIII. [1888].Main author: RUSKIN, JohnTitle: Sesame and Lilies Published: London: George Allen 8, Bell Yard, Temple Bar, London; and Sunnyside, Orpington. 1891.Main author: TENNYSON, AlfredTitle: Idylls of the king.Published: London: Macmillan and Co., Limited. New York: The Macmillan Company. 1904Main author: BRAITHWAITE, William S (edit.)Title: The Book of Elizabethan Verse.Published: LONDON: Chatto and Windus, Publishers. MCMVIII. [1908.]Main author: KEATS, JohnTitle: The Poeti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-18 08:41:17
BALZAC (Honoré de.)
Paris: 1832. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 BALZAC (Honoré de.) - Les Cent Contes Drolatiques - 1832-1833 1832-1833 38897 BALZAC (Honoré de.) Charles Gosselin - 1832-1833 Reliure demi-maroquin rouge long grain à petits coins. Dos lisse richement ornés avec date au talon. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée G. MERCIER. Intérieur très propre. Restauration sur la couverture du tome 2.
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, FR]
2019-08-16 20:44:30
Trollope, Frances as "Mrs. Trollope"
London: Whittaker, Treacher & Co., 1832. Second British Edition, London, 1832, two volumes. In signed Root and Son bindings, half black morocco over marbled boards, back with ornate gilt floral decorations and gilt lettering on red and brown labels, five raised bandslined in gilt, end pages marbled. Very Good Plus, wear to headband of Vol. 1 and rubbing at tips both volumes. Only the occasional scattered bit of toning, and uncommon thus. 24 lithographed plates by August Hervieu, 14 in Vol. I, 10 in Vol.II. . Second British Edition. Half Morocco. Very Good Plus/No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books, MWABA [Bloomington, IN, U.S.A.]
2019-08-15 22:22:58
various
assorted. 1832 EXQUISITE Vellum BINDINGS Crusoe Shakespeare Keats Tennyson Ruskin Aquinas A rare, 12 book lot from the early 19th to early 20th-centuries. This lot of obscure and popular titles is highlighted by ‘Robinson Crusoe,’ ‘The Poetical Works of Keats,’ ‘The Comedies of Shakespeare,’ Tennyson’s ‘Idylls of the King,’ and St Thomas Aquinas’ ‘Summa Contra Gentiles’ all with exquisite vellum binding! Item number: #7954 Price: $950 Main author: BARRY, St Leger Title: Stories from Froissart Published: LONDON: Published for Henry Colburn by Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. MDCCCXXXII. [1832]. First Edition. Note: 3 volumes Main author: AQUINAS, Thomas Title: Divi Thomae Aqiunatis Ordinis Praedicatorum Doctoris Angelici A Leone XIII P. M. Gloriose Regnante Scholarum Omnium Catholicarum Patroni Coelestis Renunciati Summae Contra Gentiles Libri Quatuor Ad Lectionem Codicis Autograph in Biblioteca Vaticana Adservati Probatissimorum Codicum Melorisque Notae Editonum Fideliter Impressi Volumen Unicum Published: ROMAE. ROME: Ex Typographia Forzanii et Socii Via Della Dogana Vecchia, MDCCCLXXXVIII. [1888]. Main author: RUSKIN, John Title: Sesame and Lilies Published: London: George Allen 8, Bell Yard, Temple Bar, London; and Sunnyside, Orpington. 1891. Main author: TENNYSON, Alfred Title: Idylls of the king. Published: London: Macmillan and Co., Limited. New York: The Macmillan Company. 1904 Main author: BRAITHWAITE, William S (edit.) Title: The Book of Elizabethan Verse. Published: LONDON: Chatto and Windus, Publishers. MCMVIII. [1908.] Main author: KEATS, John Title: The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-08-14 19:34:49
GRIEG, Edvard 1843-1907
1832. Apparently unrecorded. Not included in the Grieg Werkverzeichnis. "Marianne Sophie Riis (1832-1923) and Grieg were cousins; Marianne's family is well known in Bergen, and her older half- brother Claus Pavels was a famous author. Her sister Fanny was a librarian at the Scandinavian Society in Rome in the 1880s. Marianne lived for many years with her younger brother Oscar, who had a bookstore/library in Bergen, and who published a short history of their family in 1912." Dr. Arvfid Vollsnes, University of Bergen. Images of Grieg and his family, including Marianne, are held at the Bergen Public Library in Norway. This "cadenza" does not appear to be associated with any known Grieg composition and may have been something the composer wrote specifically for his cousin. We would like to thank Ms. Sylvia Eckes of the American Grieg Society; Grieg scholar Dr. Arvid Vollsnes; and Beryl Foster for their kind assistance in the identification of this manuscript.. 8 measures in 3/4 time in D minor, possibly for violin or other melodic instrument. Notated in ink on two hand-ruled staves. Titled and with "Allegro con fuoco" at head in Grieg's autograph. 63 x 105 mm., laid down to an album leaf, an unrelated inscription dated 1905 to verso. With a lengthy autograph inscription in Norwegian below the manuscript: "If you are unable - and of this I am convinced - in the literature of music, to find, by constant study, anything worthy to keep up your great virtuosity - then - my dear nightingale - practice this cadenza. Your affectionate cousin Edv. Grieg." Slightly worn and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-12 14:44:39
Cabet Etienne
1832. Bel exemplaire en reliure de l'"époque. Etienne Cabet. Révolution de 1830, et situation présente (juillet 1832) expliquées et éclaircies par les Révolutions de 1789, 1792, 1799 et 1804, et par la Restauration. Édition originale. Bel exemplaire en reliure de l'époque. Etienne CABET. Révolution de 1830, et situation présente (juillet 1832) expliquées et éclaircies par les Révolutions de 1789, 1792, 1799 et 1804, et par la Restauration, par M. Cabet, député de la Côte d'Or. Paris, Aguste Mie, 1832 1 volume in-8 (21 x 13,5 cm) de (1)-XIV-389-(1) pages. Reliure de l'époque demi-basane maroquinée caramel, dos lisse à faux-nerfs ornés dorés et à froid, fleurons à froid, plats de papier raciné, tranches marbrées. Quelques légers frottements à la reliure, en bel état. Intérieur avec quelques rousseurs habituelles, la deuxième moitié du volume en est quasi exempte. Beau papier chiffon. Édition originale. "Ce que je prévoyais est arrivé : la colère du pouvoir m'a forcé de comparaître devant les tribunaux ; mais les juges du pays ont condamné mon accusateur. Cependant, mon but ayant été d'être utile en éclairant la masse du peuple, ma tâche n'est point encore accomplie : il me reste à donner à mon ouvrage la plus grande publicité. J'en fais donc une seconde édition à 10.000 exemplaires, au plus bas prix possible, afin que les citoyens les plus pauvres puissent en faire l'acquisition. [...]"(extrait). Cette première édition, qui valut un procès à son auteur, est bien complète des débats parlementaires sur l'Italie, la Pologne et la Belgique. Ce dijonnais, fils d'un maître-tonnelie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-08-10 19:56:17
Royal Geographical Society
John Murray, 1832. First Edition. Soft cover. Volume the Second 342 pp. A complete volume of the text but with No maps bound in. Original plain unprinted blue Royal Geo wraps for covers. See images for table of contents. VG+ inorig. wraps. VG+. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: trophyroombooks [Agoura Hills, California, US]
2019-08-10 12:11:10
BURY, Richard de
London: Thomas Rodd, 1832. 8vo (7 3/4 x 4 3/4 in.). viii, 151 pages. Errata slip tipped-in after the preliminaries. Early 20th-century blue polished calf, spine gilt, brown morocco lettering-pieces, top edges gilt, the binding unsigned. A near-fine copy with light wear to joints. Item #404286 FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH of "the first treatise on bibliography by an English writer" (Lowndes). Bury, the Bishop of Durham, wrote the original text in Latin in 1344. This English translation, and some 35 pages of notes, were made by John Bellingham Inglis (1780-1870), a prominent scholar/book collector in the 19th century European book trade. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-08-10 06:11:04
Hibbert, Samuel
Edinburgh & London: W. and D. Lang; Treuttel and Wurtz ad Richter, 1832. Octavo. Original brown silk morieé, printed paper label to spine. 2 hand-coloured maps, one being the double page folding frontispiece, 6 lithographed plates of which 3 are double page, 18 illustrations within the text. Table and directions to the binder at rear. Publisher's advert on the front pastedown, covered by a late-19th century Munden family bookplate. Splits at the head of the spine, some small worn spots at the extremities, joints cracked, some light offsetting affecting the maps, a few of the plates darkened, light spotting to the edges of the text block. Edges untrimmed. Very good condition. First and only edition of this rare work on the effect of volcanic activity on the development of the Rhine Valley, in the original cloth. WorldCat locates only three copies, at Berlin, Göttingen, and the University of Manchester. Only two have appeared at auction in the last decade, this copy at at Forum Auctions in 2017 and one in library cloth at Dominic Winter in 2013. Author Samuel Hibbert Ware (1782-1848) was an antiquarian and geologist who spent most of his life in Edinburgh, where he was a member of numerous learned societies and was friendly with notables such as Sir Walter Scott. "In 1817 Hibbert visited Shetland, where he discovered 'chromate of iron' and undertook a geological survey of the country. For this discovery the Society of Arts awarded him in 1820 the Iris gold medal. In Shetland he also discovered what he described as 'native hydrate of magnesia'. In 1822 he published his Descr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alembic Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2019-08-09 18:23:27
Jackson, Andrew
Tuscaloosa [AL]: Wiley, McGuire and Henry, Prs. [December 10, 1832]. Broadside on silk. 60 x 49 cm. Text in seven columns, enclosed in a decorative border. Old staining to margins, and partly into text, but all legible. Damage and some loss to upper margin of broadside, extending at one point into the decorative margin and a few of the letters in the title word "President," fringe along lower edge darkened, fringe along upper edge perished. Corners of the broadside tipped onto a backing board. Jackson's famous proclamation of December 10, 1832, responding to an ordinance passed by the state of South Carolina exempting itself from acts passed by the United States Congress in 1828 and 1832 relating to "the imposing of duties and imposts on the importation of foreign commodities..." and threatening to withdraw from the Union. Also known as the 'Nullification Proclamation,' Jackson denounced nullification as treason and insisted that the several states did not have a right to unilaterally reject, void or prohibit the enforcement of an act of Congress, and appealing to "the understanding and patriotism of the people, warn them of the consequences that must inevitably result from an observance of the dictates of the [South Carolina] Convention." Nineteenth century southern broadsides on silk are scarce. No listings for this imprint on OCLC, not in Threads of History (although there are versions printed in Boston and Philadelphia). Wiley, McGuire & Henry were printers and publishers of the Alabama State Intelligencer newspaper in Tuscaloosa in the early 1830s. Not on OCLC. Not in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books [Chevy Chase, Maryland, U.S.A.]
2019-08-09 14:46:13
BABBAGE, Charles.
London: Charles Knight, 1832. Octavo (153 x 100 mm). 20th-century half calf and marbled boards, red morocco label to spine, marbled endpapers. Title page with shelf mark or price in ink to upper outer corner, trimmed quite closely; still a very good copy. Lithographic title, with engraved vignette, diagrams and tables to the text. First edition of this elemental work in the eventual development of all computational devices. On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures was Babbage's most successful lifetime publication, selling 3,000 copies. It is considered "a turning point in economic writing and firmly established Babbage as a leading authority of the industrial movement" (ODNB). Prompted by the demands for precision in the construction of his first calculating engine, Babbage had made a conscientious and detailed survey of factories and workshops both in England and Europe. An encyclopaedic record of craft, manufacturing, and industrial processes, as well as an analysis of the domestic organization of factories, the work demonstrates Babbage's remarkable prescience. He proposed many scientific management techniques for the first time, including subdivided work, cost accounting, and merit pay systems. He advocated the decimalization of currency, foresaw the role of tidal power as an energy source, and predicted the exhaustion of coal reserves. "The book is at once a hymn to the machine, an analysis of the development of machine-based production in the factory, and a discussion of social relations in industry It was at once translated into French and German, both translati … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2019-08-08 15:34:46
New York: American Tract Society, 1832. Hardcover. Very good overall. 8 volumes includes Volumes 1 (Numbers 1 to 33), 3 - 9 (Nos 67 to 287). Collected works by the Tract Society, containing the first number published, which includes "The Address of the Executive Committee of the American Tract Society to the Christian Public", the Society's original mission statement. The Society was founded in New York City in 1825 by a group of evangelical religious leaders of different Christian denominations, propelled by contemporary conditions in American society to publish and disseminate Christian literature. The conditions which gave rise to the Society include the Second Great Awakening of the late 1700s, the desire to spread the gospel across a rapidly expanding America, and the the desire to teach Christianity to the large wave of new immigrants. Each tract varying in length from 4 to 50 pages, written by authors such as John Bunyan, Jonathan Edwards, Isaac Watts, Robert Hall, John Flavel, John Witherspoon, Philip Doddridge, Andrew Fuller, Hannah More, Edward Payson, and Thomas Skinner. 8vo, approximately 400 pp per volume. Illustrated with wood cuts. Bound by in full period calf with gilt titles and red spine labels. Boards slightly rubbed; Vol 3 slightly chipped at spine ends; light fox spotting in some volumes. Period owner signature at front end paper, H. Pelton. OCLC: 476490910.
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-07 10:22:22
CELLINI, B.
Tratta dall'autografo per cura di Giuseppe Molini. Edizione seconda collazionata di nuovo coll'originale e ricorretta, con brevi annotazioni ed una scelta di documenti. Firenze, Tipogr. all'Insegna di Dante, 1832. 2 vol. in-8, pp.XII, 711 complessive, broch. edit. decorata a stampa. Dotta e pregiata edizione della Vita del Cellini, totalmente rivista rispetto alla prima edita dallo stesso Molini nel 1830. Fondamentale complemento al Trattato sull'oreficeria e la scultura del medesimo artista.. Gamba, n.339: ''puossi, quanto a correzione e integrità del testo, giudicarla lavoro pregevolissimo''..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-08-03 20:23:16
n.a. (s. XIX), S.l, 1832. 45 hojas sin numerar y algunas blancas. Bonito album del siglo XIX, perteneciente a Rafaela Cadrana, madre del ideólogo y político español, liberal y republicano Rafael María de Labra Cadrana. Contiene 8 pequeños grabados sobre acero, entre otros una vista del rio Schuykill (afluente del río Delaware que discurre por el estado de Pensilvania) una vista de la ciudad de New York, de Ticonderoga (en Nueva York), del Lago Albano (cerca de la ciudad de Roma), las cataratas del río Passaic (en New Yersey), ésta con una dedicatgoria manuscrita, etc.Además contiene un soneto, una octava ilustrada con una bella rosa que la rodea, una letrilla también dentro de una bellísima ilustración, varias composiciones poéticas de amigos, tres de ellas firmadas en La Habana, en 1832, extractos copiados de composiciones de Walter Scott, de Shakespeare, etc.En muy buen estado de conservación, algunas hojas de color azul. Piel marrón , lomera y cajo restaurado, plancha dorada y en seco en ambas tapas.
Bookseller: Libreria Bardon [Madrid, Spain]
2019-08-03 14:22:28
Washington, D.C: Gales & Seaton, 1832. See item description. View items for sale Thirty-seven volumes from a 38-volume married set of the AMERICAN STATE PAPERS, published from 1832 to 1861 by Gales & Seaton in Washington, D.C.. The volume that is missing is Volume Two of the Indian Affairs series. Also, Volume Six of the Military Affairs series is missing Pages 81 through 92 and Pages 97 through 146, as well as its foldout maps. In 1831 Congress authorized Gales and Seaton to publish 750 sets of the AMERICAN STATE PAPERS and the first volumes were published in 1832. More volumes were added in 1834 and by the end of that year a complete set consisted of 21 volumes. Seventeen volumes were added between 1858 and the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 and a complete set since that time has consisted of 38 volumes. Currently other websites offer for sale at much higher prices only a few solitary volumes and it appears unlikely that someone ever will be able to go into the Market and acquire anywhere near all 38 volumes. As far as I've been able to determine, there is (or was) only one complete set available for sale and this was being offered for $9500. The item description mentioned that the volumes were ex-library and that most of the boards were detached, while "many of the backstrips are damaged or missing." The volumes for sale here comprise 37 volumes of a "married" set of solitary volumes that once were part of various complete sets. Volume Two of the Indian Affairs series is the one volume that is missing and Volume Six of the Military Affairs series is missing Pages 81-9 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 4097x [San Antonio, Texas, US]
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