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        Focloir Gaoidhilge - Sacs - Bhearla or, an Irish - English Dictionary whereof the Irish Part Hath Been Compiled not Only from various Irish Vocabularies, Particularly That of Mr. Edward Lhuyd, But Also from a Great Variety of the Best Irish Manuscripts

      Hodges & Smith, Dublin 1832 - Now Extant; especially those that have been composed from the ninth and tenth centuries , down to the Sixteenth; besides those of the Lives of St. Patrick and St. Bridgit, written in the sixth and seventh centuries. Pp. xlix, 471. Professionaly rebound in red cloth. Internal wear & stains & annotations [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dublin Bookbrowsers]
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        Centraal Amerika, uit geschiedkundig, aardrijkskundig en statistiek oogpunt beschouwd.

      - Dordrecht, Blussé en van Braam, 1832. Modern cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With lithographed frontispiece and plate depicting costumes, large folding map and 2 large folding lithographed plates depicting the large square in old and new Guatemala (rep. on fold). XV,(1),488 pp.* First edition. - This book, Central America, considered from a historical, geographical, and statistical point of view, is a revised and augmented edition of the author's book on Guatemala. Containing also information on the English colony Belize.Tiele 440; Cat. NHSM I, p.272; Sabin 29499. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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        "The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by David Brewster ... with the assistance of gentlemen eminent in science and literature ... The first American edition, corrected and improved by the addition of numerous articles relative to the institutions of the American continent..."

      Philadelphia: Joseph and Edward Parker. 1832. "18 volumes text, plus 2 volumes of plates; 4to, original mottled calf, red and black morocco labels on spines; some internal tears, minor rubbing and scuffing, occasional mild to moderate dampstains, some foxing, several flyleaves loose with tears, one partially torn away, but in all a very good, sound, reasonably clean copy, with no chipping, and no breaks at any of the joints or hinges. The plate volumes are generally clean but do exhibit modest offsetting and spotting.& & Extra engraved title page in vol. I (with a New York imprint), and with 533 (of 539) engraved plates (4 folding, 2 double-page, 1 with an overlay; 1 torn at fold, 1 with a small hole in the middle, several with short tears; some misnumbered, some bound out of order, some with duplicate numbers, and some numbers missing. Whether all 539 listed in the 18 plate lists were published is a matter of conjecture. & & Additionally, in the text volumes, and not noted in the plate lists, are 10 engraved maps (2 folding), 3 portraits (Franklin, Hamilton, and Fisher Ames), and a nice double-page engraving of Philadelphia by Campbell after Birch. & & The work was first published in Edinburgh 1808-1830, and appeared in this American edition of 1832. However, in spite of its superb articles, it was a commercial failure, and no further editions were printed. In fact, the plate lists and first page of text in volumes I and II identify this as the second American edition, but no others and the idea of a second American edition seems to have been dropped. The title pages in all volumes state ""first American edition.""& & Among the contributors were Charles Babbage, Jacob Berzelius, Thomas Carlyle, John Lizars, Scoresby, Robert Stevenson, and James Watt."

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        Conversations Familieres, or, Conversational Lessons for the use of young ladies from nine to twelve years of age, respectfully dedicated to her royal Highness the Princess Victoria. - INSCRIBED TO PRINCE ERNST LEOPOLD FROM PRINCESS VICTORIA

      Kensington (London), UK: Princed for the Author by W. Birch. 1832. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. First printing, 1832. INSCRIBED: 'To My Beloved Grand / For Ernest of Leiningen from his affectionate Grand-Mother, Victoria, Kensington Palace, 25th July 1832.' 12mo, original horizontally grained purple morocco gilt, 304 pp, very good copy, faint foxing, light rubbing to binding. Inscribed by the mother of Queen Victoria, who was also known as Victoria, Princess Mary Louise Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield, Princess of Leiningen (1786- 1861). The family history is as follows: Mary Louise married a German nobleman, Ernst Leopold, 4th Prince of Leiningen (1763-1814); they had two children, one of whom, Ernst Leopold, 4th Prince of Leiningen (1804-1856), who is the maternal half-brother of Queen Victoria, had two children, one of whom was Ernst Leopold, 4th Prince of Leiningen (1830-1904). So, to recapitulate, this is inscribed from Queen Victoria's mother to Queen Victoria's German cousin. RARE: there are NO copies of this book in OCLC, only later impressions.

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        The Angling Excursions of Gregory Greendrake, Esq. in the Counties of Wicklow, Meath, Westmeath, Longford, and Cavan, with Additions by Geoffrey Greydrake, Esq., Dedicated to "All Honest Brothers of the Angle."

      Grant and Bolton, Dublin 1832 - Hardback. 112mm x 180mm tall. Pp vi, 313 + Erratum slip, engraved frontispiece plate and a map. * A previous owner has made a note in pencil on the verso of the front free endpaper, identifying the two pseudonymous Authors as Henry Brereton Cody and Thomas Ettingsall, but it must be said that Westwood and Satchell state the first named of these to be instead J. Coad, erstwhile Editor of the Dublin Warder. Light rubs to edges and corners and some internal foxing, otherwise very good, in half green calf/gilt-ruled, green cloth-covered boards/gilt decorated spine with five gilt-decorated panels, raised bands, and gilt-on-red leather title-label/marbled endpapers and all edges gilt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        New Road Map of Ireland with All the Lines of Railway, Canals &c.&c

      Edinburgh: Lizars, William, 1832. unbound. very good. Map (diptych-north and south). Engraving with original hand outline. Each image measures 16.5" x 20.75", each page measures 19" x 22.5". Beautifully detailed map of Ireland with rail and ship lines and distances. Unusual for its large size and good condition. Small chip and small tear to bottom of northern sheet. Minor chipping to bottom of southern sheet.

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        Select Views of Some of the Principal Cities of Europe. From Original Paintings by Lieut. Col. Batty With Illustrative Notices

      London: Moon, Boys and Graves, 1832. First edition. Covers a little scuffed, ocsasional light browning and/or foxing throughout, albeit a very nice copy. Quarto.

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        Among the earliest examples extant! A leaf from the ledger of 27-year-old Andrew Johnsonís tailor shop listing 16 transactions!

      Autograph Document, 2p, 7î x 8.25î visible, front & verso. [Greeneville, Tennessee], June ñ July 1832. Not signed. Matted with engraved portrait. Overall size, 17" x 11". Framed under glass on both sides to display verso. Fine condition. In part, ìHenry Russell Dr [Debit] Making one o coat 3.50,î ìA Williams Dr Cuting suit for Son 1.00,î ìHenry Bakeen Dr Making pants,î ìSimpson Kilgore Dr Making one coat 2.50,î ìCahamle Gillespie Dr Cuting pants .25,î ìJohn Hoy Dr mending one Coat,î ìH.B. Bakette Dr making one vest 1.50Ã?î Having been apprenticed to a tailor when he was 13, in September 1826, 18-year-old Andrew Johnson procured work from a tailor in Greeneville, Tennessee. When the tailor closed his business six months later, Johnson opened a shop of his own. Quickly becoming involved in politics, he was elected an alderman of Greeneville (1828-1830) and served as Mayor of Greeneville (1834-1838). From the 1978 Sothebyís sale of ìHighly Important American Historical Documents Autograph Letters & Manuscripts The Property of the Elsie O. & Philip D. Sang Foundation.î

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        Diccionario de la lengua castellana.

      Madrid, Imprenta Real 1832 - 7. ed. 2 Bl., 788 S., 1 Bl., mit gestochenem Titel. Folio, Ganzlederband der Zeit. Druck in 3 Spalten. In einem dekorativ marmoriertem Ganzledereinband der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägten Rückenschild und reich goldgeprägtem Rücken. Beide Vorsatzblätter mit schönen Marmorpapierblättern. Der Rücken vereinzelt etwas wurmgängig. Der Einband vereinzelt leichter beschabt, eigentliche mehr berieben, die Ecken etwas gestaucht, auf dem vorderen marmoriertem Vorsatzblatt ein Buchhandelsschildchen der Zeit, der Text leichter gebräunt, ansonsten eine wunderschöne Ganzlederausgabe der Zeit. - Kastellanisches Wörterbuch. Mit einem Stahlstich-Emblem auf dem Titelblatt der "Real Academia Española" von Blas Ametller Rotllan (1768-1841) und M. C. Maré, mit der Beschreibung: "Limpia, Fija y da Esplendor". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Dictionary of the English Language , in two volumes

      Published by Black, Young, and Young, London 1832 - , 2 uniform volumes, Vol. I. civ, signatures B - 5Z3, Vol. II. [ii], signatures A - 6A2, with text in 3 columns per page First UK Edition , both rebacked and with original spine laid down, corners bumped, some light marks to covers, spines rubbed, contemporary owner's signature on front pastedown [James van Sommer, 1842], internally clean, in very good condition , full diced tan calf with gilt titles on red and green leather spine labels Quarto Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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        Relation des Expériences Physiques et Géologiques Faites au Lac d'Oo en 1831. Avec l'itinéraire du naturaliste de Bagnères au Lac

      Paris: Levrault & Crochart, & Toulouse: Vieusseux, 1832. First edition, small 8vo, [iv], viii, [5]-42, [10]pp., colour lithograph frontispiece showing a view of the Lac d'Oo and the waterfall, and 5 colour lithograph plates, original printed green wrappers, the upper cover reproducing the title and adverts on the rear cover, some staining on the frontispiece, but overall a very good copy. Very rare work on the geology and naturalist history of the area around the Lac d'Oo near Bagnères-de-Luchon in the Pyrenees. Boubée (1806-1862) was a naturalist and a professor of geology at the University of Paris.

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        Darstellung der k. k. Haupt- und Residenzstadt Wien. Erste [bis dritte] Abtheilung in 3 Bänden.,

      Wien, Mechitaristen, 1832. - Erstausgabe (Bd. 1 in 2. Auflage). - Komplettes Exemplar der bekannten Wien-Topographie Schweickhardt von Sickingens. Die schönen Tafeln bringen neben einer Gesamtansicht auch Veduten der bedeutendsten Plätze und Straßen der Stadt. Der dritte Band behandelt die 34 Vororte Wiens, die 6 Tafeln dieser Abteilung bilden über Leopoldsstadt, Rennweg, Wieden, Spittelberg und Rossau einen geschlossen Panoramazyklus der Wiener Vorstädte von der Bastei aus gesehen. - Lt. Czeike wurde 1835 ein großer Teil der Werke Schweickhardts vernichtet, da dieser auf deren Titelblättern unberechtigterweise das Adelsprädikat "von Sickingen" führte. Im gleichen Jahr war er deswegen auch zu 8 Tagen Arrest verurteilt worden, die allerdings schließlich von der Landesregierung in eine Geldstrafe umgewandelt wurden. - Einbände etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Die gefalt. Tafeln mit tlw. hinterlegten Einrissen bzw. Läsuren. Tlw. min. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Gugitz 12082; Slg. Mayer 422; Slg. Eckl 577; Czeike V, 181; Nebehay/W. III, 679; Wurzbach XXXII, 349. Sprache: ge Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 8°. Mit 16 (dav. 7 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. 308; 302; 291 S., 6 Bll., LIX S., Lwd.-Bde. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschildern. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Willow Ptarmigan. Lagopus Saliceti

      London: [by the Author, 1832-1837]. Lithograph, coloured by hand, by J & E. Gould, printed by C. Hullmandel. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling and minor foxing. 14 1/4 x 21 1/8 inches. A beautiful image from John Gould's 'The Birds of Europe': a work which, according to Hyman, 'included some of the most remarkable bird drawings ever made'. This plate is from the second of John Gould's great ornithological portfolios. Gould undertook this work not only hoping to build on the success of his first work (on the birds of the Himalaya mountains), but also in an effort to redress the imbalance between the study of local and foreign ornithology. It was his opinion that too much attention had focused on the exotic, whilst the beauty of the more local species was ignored. He wrote in the preface to the work from which this image comes: 'It has been frequently remarked that the productions of distant countries have received a much larger share of attention than those objects by which we are more immediately surrounded; and it is certainly true, that while numerous and costly illustrations have made us acquainted with the Ornithology of most other parts of the world, the Birds of Europe, in which we are, or ought to be, more interested, have not received that degree of attention which they naturally demand. The present work has been undertaken to supply that deficiency.' The images in this work are the first to be published by Gould that show the liveliness of treatment that was to become such a feature of later works. This break from the traditional methods of bird depiction can be largely attributed to the influence of and contributions from Edward Lear: 'They are certainly among the most remarkable bird drawings ever made, [for] it is evident that Lear endowed them with some measure of his own whimsy and intelligence, his energetic curiosity, his self-conscious clumsiness and his unselfconscious charm'. (Hyman) Cf. Anker 169; cf.Balis 101; cf.Fine Bird Books (1990), p. 102; cf.Nissen IVB 371; cf.Sauer 2; cf.Zimmer p. 251.

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        Purple Swamphen. Hyacinthe Porphyrio

      London: [by the Author, 1832-37]. Hand-coloured lithograph by John and Elizabeth Gould. Printed by C. Hullmandel. A beautiful image from John Gould's 'The Birds of Europe': a work which, according to Hyman, 'included some of the most remarkable bird drawings ever made'. This plate is from the second of John Gould's great ornithological portfolios. Gould undertook this work not only hoping to build on the success of his first work (on the birds of the Himalaya mountains), but also in an effort to redress the imbalance between the study of local and foreign ornithology. It was his opinion that too much attention had focused on the exotic, whilst the beauty of the more local species was ignored. He wrote in the preface to the work from which this image comes: 'It has been frequently remarked that the productions of distant countries have received a much larger share of attention than those objects by which we are more immediately surrounded; and it is certainly true, that while numerous and costly illustrations have made us acquainted with the Ornithology of most other parts of the world, the Birds of Europe, in which we are, or ought to be, more interested, have not received that degree of attention which they naturally demand. The present work has been undertaken to supply that deficiency.' The images in this work are the first to be published by Gould that show the liveliness of treatment that was to become such a feature of later works. This break from the traditional methods of bird depiction can be largely attributed to the influence of and contributions from Edward Lear: 'They are certainly among the most remarkable bird drawings ever made, [for] it is evident that Lear endowed them with some measure of his own whimsy and intelligence, his energetic curiosity, his self-conscious clumsiness and his unselfconscious charm'. (Hyman) Cf. Anker 169; cf.Balis 101; cf.Fine Bird Books (1990), p. 102; cf.Nissen IVB 371; cf.Sauer 2; cf.Zimmer p. 251.

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        Black Cormorant. Phalacrocorax graculus

      London: [by the Author, 1832-1837]. Lithograph, coloured by hand, by J & E. Gould, printed by C. Hullmandel. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling. 13 15/16 x 20 5/8 inches. A beautiful image from John Gould's 'The Birds of Europe': a work which, according to Hyman, 'included some of the most remarkable bird drawings ever made'. This plate is from the second of John Gould's great ornithological portfolios. Gould undertook this work not only hoping to build on the success of his first work (on the birds of the Himalaya mountains), but also in an effort to redress the imbalance between the study of local and foreign ornithology. It was his opinion that too much attention had focused on the exotic, whilst the beauty of the more local species was ignored. He wrote in the preface to the work from which this image comes: 'It has been frequently remarked that the productions of distant countries have received a much larger share of attention than those objects by which we are more immediately surrounded; and it is certainly true, that while numerous and costly illustrations have made us acquainted with the Ornithology of most other parts of the world, the Birds of Europe, in which we are, or ought to be, more interested, have not received that degree of attention which they naturally demand. The present work has been undertaken to supply that deficiency.' The images in this work are the first to be published by Gould that show the liveliness of treatment that was to become such a feature of later works. This break from the traditional methods of bird depiction can be largely attributed to the influence of and contributions from Edward Lear: 'They are certainly among the most remarkable bird drawings ever made, [for] it is evident that Lear endowed them with some measure of his own whimsy and intelligence, his energetic curiosity, his self-conscious clumsiness and his unselfconscious charm'. (Hyman) Cf. Anker 169; cf.Balis 101; cf.Fine Bird Books (1990), p. 102; cf.Nissen IVB 371; cf.Sauer 2; cf.Zimmer p. 251.

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        Medico-Botanical Pocket-Book Comprising a Compendium of Vegetable Toxicology Illustrated with Coloured Figures with Their Botanical Descriptions, Poisonous Effects, Treatment .. And ..an Appendix ... Of Mineral and Other Poisons Illustrated with Tests

      Soho, London: John Churchill, 1832. Circa 1832 or earlier, likely 1st ed. The author, George Spratt, was a surgeon in the early 1800s and editor of Flora Medica and of the third edition of Woodville's Medical Botany amongst other works.In the words of the author: " .... The study of medical botany is now considered to be indespensable to the professional man, and an accurate botanical knowledge of those plants which are noxious, and frequently more fatal to human life, is absolutely requisite for him... Every person residing in this country... may experience the advantages resulting from such an acquirement... Our fields and gardens abound with plants which are noxious, while the aspect of many of them is pleasing and attractive to children... (I) have been induced to compile this compendium of vegetable toxicology from a belief that there does not exist in our language a work in which the various plants are figured with that fidelity and botanical accuracy which is demanded on so important a subject... In a work professedly intended to illustrate... the principle indigenous noxious vegetables scattered over the fields and meadows, and some of the exotic poisons cultivated in our gardens... it would be foreign to the object of the work to enter into the chemical, physiological, or pathological investigations... In the present work, the Editor's aim has been to give accurate delineations of the various plants... with their botanical characteristics, the symptoms produced by their internal or external applications, and the remedial agents to be resorted to, when, by accident or design, a sufficient quantity has been administered to produce alarming and dangerous symptoms." Containing 188 pages, this book has 49 full color plates beautifully illustrating these deadly plants. Book condition is fair at best, heavily worn boards, taped spine, cracked hinges. Interior text block and illustrations are fine. The beauty and value of the book resides in its unusual contents and fabulous illustrations. Contents include: Arum or Wake Robin, White Bryony, Crocus, Celandine, Crowfoot, Hemlock, Hellebore, Lobelia, Mezeron, Wolfsbane or Monkshood, Birthwort, Foxglove, Henbane, Cowbane, lettuce, Nightshade, Poppy, Thorn Apple, Tobacco, various Mushrooms, Fly Amanita, Agaric, corrosive poisons, Lead, Arsenic, Copper, Muriate and sulphate of tin and Zinc, acids, Oxalic acid, prussic acid, Cantharides or Spanish Fly and more. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair. Illus. by Illustrated.

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        A manual of surgery . . . Valentine Mott's copy

      London: E. Cox, 1832. Cooper, Astley (1768-1841). A manual of surgery . . . The third edition . . . edited by Thomas Castle. 459 [i.e., 467]pp. London: E. Cox; Boston: Munroe and Francis, and Charles S. Francis, New York, 1832. 177 x 102 mm. Quarter cloth, marbled boards, printed paper label ca. 1832, some wear at extremities, spine a bit faded. From the library of Valentine Mott (1785-1865), with his signature on the title; stamp of the Mott Memorial Medical and Surgical Library on the title and a few other places.Third edition. From the library of Valentine Mott, the most celebrated American surgeon of the first half of the nineteenth century. Mott studied surgery under Cooper in London from 1807-9; Cooper was so impressed with Mott that he made Mott his assistant in surgery. "During his career [Mott] performed nearly a thousand amputations, operated 150 times for stone in the bladder, and ligated forty large arteries. According to his former teacher, Sir Astley Cooper, he performed more major operations than any surgeon in history, up to his time" (Dictionary of American Biography).

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        Vie de Leonie

      Lyon: Chez Perisse Freres. 1832. First. First edition (of several). 12mo. 232pp. Quarter calf and decorated paper over boards. Early owner's names penciled over, rubbed at the joints and corners, still a tight, very good or better copy. Life of Pierrette-Francoise-Charlotte Leonie. .

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        Schweizerische Kirchen-Zeitung. Herausgegeben von einem Katholischen Vereine.1832 (Erster Jahrgang) bis 1925 in 89 Bänden. Fehlt Jahrgang 1847 und 1861.

      1832-1925, Luzern - Solothurn, 1832 - Ce journal à paru de 1832 à 1847 à Lucerne chez Räber, puis de 1848 à 1899 à Soleure, de 1900 à 1925 à nouveau à Lucerne chez Räber. Les cartonnages sont différents, presque tous ont des étiquettes de cotations aux dos et un cachet de bibliothèque sur la page de titre. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Human Physiology... By Robley Dunglison...

      Philadelphia, Carey & Lea, 1832. Two volumes: viii, 526; iv, 532 p., illus., 3 plates; 22.5 cm. Written when he was founding professor of medicine at the University of Virginia, this established his reputation as the "Father of American Physiology." Good+, some foxing; bound in contempoary full leather, rebacked & repaired by Dragonfly Blndery. Stock#NS0266.

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        EL POBRECITO HABLADOR. Revista satirica de costumbres por el bachiller D. Juan Pérez de Munguia.

      - "Madrid; Imprenta de Repulles, 1832 - 1833. 1ª edición. 14 vol. junto con 2 vol. La Satirico-Manía sátira escrita en tercetos dirigida al pobrecito hablador por Don Clemente Diaz Madrid; Imprenta de D.M. de Burgos, 1833. 13 p. y Carta Panegírica de Andrés Niporesas a un tal Don Clemente Diaz gran poeta y literato en contestación á cierta sátira contra el pobrecito hablador. 23 p. Madrid; Imprenta de Repulles, 1833. Encuadernación plena piel de época (pasta española) decorada con dorados y tejuelo en el lomo.Segundo periódico fundado y redactado íntegramente por uno de los más relevantes representantes del romanticismo y el costumbrismo español, Mariano José de Larra (1809-1837), a la edad de 23 años. Con este título y bajo el seudónimo del bachiller Juan Pérez de Munguía publicará hasta un total de catorce números, de entre 14 y 32 páginas, desde agosto de 1832 a marzo de 1833, es decir desde unos meses antes de que la reina Maria Cristina comenzara a ejercer como Regente y le entregara el poder al moderado Francisco Cea Bermúdez, en sustitución del ultrarrealista Francisco Tadeo Calomarde.Subtitulado como ?revista satírica de costumbres?, en el aparecen artículos que consagran al joven periodista y escritor, como ?Castellano viejo?, ?Vuelva usted mañana?, ?El casarse pronto y mal? o ?Empeños?, escritos con un estilo satírico más directo del que empleó en su primer periódico, El duende satírico del día (1828), donde el costumbrismo se transforma en un crítica social sarcástica y acerada, e introduce ya la intencionalidad política.Su última entrega aparece con el título Muerte del Pobrecito hablador, escríbela para el público Andrés Niporesas, su corresponsal, otro de los seudónimos utilizados por el escritor que hizo famoso el de Fígaro, de claras connotaciones francesas. La colección completa fue estampada en la imprenta madrileña de Repullés.Procedencia; Con exlibris de Ramon de Mesonero Romanos y 3 notas manuscritas de su puño y letra en anteportada y portada del vol 1 "Primeros folletos de mariano Larra encuadernados" "Cuando lo publico este primer articulo." y en el vol 7 pag 9. "Este preambulo fue suprimido en la edición postuma de las obras de Larra."Muy buen estado. Revisado completo" Año: 1832

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        ROMANCERO DE ROMANCES CABALLERESCOS E HISTORICOS. Parte I y II.

      - Madrid, Imprenta de Eusebio Aguado, 1832, 12x18, 2 tomos: 224+247 págs. Marca de agua en gan parte de las hojas. Encuadernado en plena piel de época con tejuelo, ruedas en lomera y en los planos. (51478).

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        De 1'Asie ou considerations Religieuses, Philosophiques et littéraires sur l'Asie.

      Jules Renouard, Dondey-Dupré père et fils, 1832 - Paris, Jules Renouard, Dondey-Dupré père et fils,imprimé à Chatillon sur Seine C. Cornillac, 1832. 4 vol. in 8 de 404pp., 455pp., 348pp., 396pp., reliures en plein veau framboise marbré de l'époque, dos lisses ornés de quadruples filets dorés, de petits fleurons dorés et de guirlandes dorées, encadrement d'un double filet doré sur les plats, pièces de titre et de tomaison de basane fauve, un mors fendillé sur deux centimètres environ, quelques menues épidermures sur les plats, bel exemplaire dans un ravissant spécimen de reliure. Edition originale. Ouvrage qui présente un intéressant tableau des traditions religieuses, philosophiques et littéraires s'étant développées à travers l'histoire de l'Egypte à la Chine, en incluant des passages sur les îles de l'Inde, le Mexique et certaines îles du pacifique, depuis "les premiers temps connus". Ouvrage imprimé par C. Cornillac à Chatillon pour le libraire-éditeur parisien Jules Renouard. La femme de lettres Victorine de Chastenay Lanty née vers 1770 à Essarois près de Chatillon sur Seine fut selon le Larousse: >. Elle a laissé plusieurs ouvrages - tous anonymes - parmi lesquels une traduction de la romancière anglaise Ann Radcliffe. Elle est décédée à Chatillon sur Seine en 1855 en laissant d'importants mémoires qui furent publiés en 1896. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Celebrated Analysis of the Game of Chess, Translated from the French of A D Philidor; with Notes and Considerable Additions, including Fifty-Six New Chess Problems

      Whittaker, Treacher, and Company, London 1832 - xxxiii+[2]+251 pages with diagrams. Small octavo (7" 4 1/2") bound in original pebbled cloth with gilt lettering to spine. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana:495) First edition. George Walker (13 March 1803 – 23 April 1879) was an English chess player and author of The Celebrated Analysis of A D Philidor (London, 1832), The Art of Chess-Play: A New Treatise on the Game of Chess (London, 1832), A Selection of Games at Chess played by Philidor (London, 1835), Chess Made Easy (London, 1836), and Chess Studies (London, 1844). In 1839 visited Paris and the Café de la Régence, where he lost (+1-2) a short match to Boncourt. In 1845, he teamed up with Henry Thomas Buckle, William Davies Evans, George Perigal, and William Josiah Tuckett in London in two telegraph games (one win and one draw) against a team of Howard Staunton and Hugh Alexander Kennedy in Portsmouth. He won a match against Daniel Harrwitz (7-5) at London 1846. Walker used his column in Bell's Life to propagate organizing the international London 1851 chess tournament, the first international chess tournament. Adolf Anderssen won, leading many to consider him the world's strongest player. Condition: Spine professionally repaired by Octavaye Studios. Corners gently bumped, some light foxing, previous owner's name neatly penned to front paste down else a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A new general atlas, exhibiting the five great divisions of the globe . with their several empires . drawn and engraved particularly to illustrate the Universal Geography.

      Grigg & Elliot, Philadelphia 1832 - Folio, pp. [3] plus 40 full-p. hand-colored maps (most a bit wrinkled but clean, with strong coloring); upper joint becoming tender, stitching loosening, but otherwise a good-looking copy in original half red straight- grain morocco, publisher's green printed paper label on upper cover, simple gilt lettering and rules on spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "A new general atlas, exhibiting the five great divisions of the globe ... with their several empires ... drawn and engraved particularly to illustrate the Universal Geography..."

      Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot. 1832. "Folio, pp. [3] plus 40 full-p. hand-colored maps (most a bit wrinkled but clean, with strong coloring); upper joint becoming tender, stitching loosening, but otherwise a good-looking copy in original half red straight- grain morocco, publisher's green printed paper label on upper cover, simple gilt lettering and rules on spine."

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        The WORKS Of LORD BYRON: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life, by Thomas Moore, Esq. In Fourteen [Seventeen] Volumes.

      John Murray, 1832 - 33, London: - Frontis & engraved title page in each volume. Initially planned in 14 volumes, with volume 13, the t.p. no longer stated "In Fourteen Volumes.". "In Seventeen Volumes" did not appear until the final volume, i.e. volume XVII. Professional rejointing to Vol I front board. Spines uniformly sun-tanned. Later vols with chipped/rubbed labels. Period engraved bookplate to front paste-downs. A Very Good set. Period half-vellum with marbled paper boards & eps. Elaborate gilt decorated spine. Black leather title labels to spine. TEG. Small 8vo. 6-3/4" x 4-1/8". 1st edition thus (NCBEL III, 271; cf. NCBEL III, 266 for Moore's LORD BYRON). 17 volumes. Index in Volume XVII. Vols I - XII are all dated 1832 (with the exception of Volume VIII, which is 1834, though retaining the 1832 engraved t.p.); vols XIII - XVII are 1833. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ANTOLOGIA, giornale di scienze, lettere ed arti - 1832 anno XII COMPLETO - VOLUMI XLV - XLVIII - Fascicoli dal 133 al 144 ultimo uscito., Firenze, Gabinetto di G.P. Vieusseux, 1832

      formato 15,5 x 25,5, brossure con copertine grigie, fogli in barbe e molti ancora chiusi. Buone condizioni generali . Pagine 180-200 per ogni volume + indici ed allegati. La rivista iniziò nel gennaio 1821 e si concluse con il volume 144 del dicembre 1832. La pubblicazione venne soppressa dal Governo del Granducato ed i fascicoli di gennaio e febbraio 1833 vennero stampati ma non pubblicati. (vedi Righini volume I, pag.40 posizione 136) L'articolo di TOMMASSEO compare proprio nel numero 144 del novembre-dicembre 1832 che fa parte di questa rara annata. e che provoco' la reazione e la pressione dell'AUSTRIA per la chiusura. La rivista era nata per ospitare soltanto importanti traduzioni ed estratti da edizioni straniere. Mentre in Europa stavano mutando governi e soprattutto i fermenti patriottici e di "cambiamento prendevano sostanza", il gruppo di intellettuali riuniti attorno alla rivista da G.P. Vieusseux prese coscienza di potere interpretare un ruolo di guida politica di spirito (ad anche marcatamente culturale) LIBERALE ED INNOVATORE APERTO ANCHE ALL'EUROPA e cavalcò questo ruolo moderato per alcuni anni, puntando sul fatto che il Granducato era il solo che permetteva una certa libertà di pensiero. Ebbe un largo successo ed i suoi 500 abbonati superavano di gran lunga quelli di rinomati periodici lombardi e settentrionali. Ma poi si crearono forti ostilità da parte delle autorità , prima con interventi censori e poi con la definitiva chiusura della rivista. Espressione viva del nostro RISORGIMENTO LIBERALE, fu la prima rivista dove lo spirito nazionale si trovò riunito e risvegliò le coscienze. Eccezionale ed autorevole la schiera dei collaboratori.

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        VIEWS OF THE RHINE

      Published by W. Tombleson, 1832. Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. Two volumes;Purple leather spine; marbled boards and endpapers. All edges gilt. Views of the Rhine and Views of the Upper Rhine;2 engraved title pages;137 b/w plates; folding panorama. Bookplates to front pastedowns;spines browned; edges rubbed; superb clean contents. [S]

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        Squacco Heron. Ardea comata

      London: [by the Author, 1832-1837]. Lithograph, coloured by hand, by J & E. Gould, printed by C. Hullmandel. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling. 21 1/8 x 14 1/4 inches. A beautiful image from John Gould's 'The Birds of Europe': a work which, according to Hyman, 'included some of the most remarkable bird drawings ever made'. This plate is from the second of John Gould's great ornithological portfolios. Gould undertook this work not only hoping to build on the success of his first work (on the birds of the Himalaya mountains), but also in an effort to redress the imbalance between the study of local and foreign ornithology. It was his opinion that too much attention had focused on the exotic, whilst the beauty of the more local species was ignored. He wrote in the preface to the work from which this image comes: 'It has been frequently remarked that the productions of distant countries have received a much larger share of attention than those objects by which we are more immediately surrounded; and it is certainly true, that while numerous and costly illustrations have made us acquainted with the Ornithology of most other parts of the world, the Birds of Europe, in which we are, or ought to be, more interested, have not received that degree of attention which they naturally demand. The present work has been undertaken to supply that deficiency.' The images in this work are the first to be published by Gould that show the liveliness of treatment that was to become such a feature of later works. This break from the traditional methods of bird depiction can be largely attributed to the influence of and contributions from Edward Lear: 'They are certainly among the most remarkable bird drawings ever made, [for] it is evident that Lear endowed them with some measure of his own whimsy and intelligence, his energetic curiosity, his self-conscious clumsiness and his unselfconscious charm'. (Hyman) Cf. Anker 169; cf.Balis 101; cf.Fine Bird Books (1990), p. 102; cf.Nissen IVB 371; cf.Sauer 2; cf.Zimmer p. 251.

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        History and Antiquities of New Haven, (Conn.) From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time: Collected and Compiled From the Most Authentic Sources

      New Haven, Conn.: J.W. Barber, 1832. Very Good. Although the title page gives 1831 as the date of publication, this edition includes material added in 1832. 120 p.: hand-colored frontispiece map and 7 leaves of hand-colored plates; 19 cm. Modern calf with gilt-tooled spine and cover titles; yellow endpapers. Includes in-text illustrations. Final page states that the last 12 pages were printed in 1832. The plates include the Battle of Lexington, drawn by Earl and engraved by A. Doolittle in 1773, and re-engraved by A. Doolittle and J.W. Barber in 1832. Circular embossed stamp on blank leaf following front free endpaper: RLC, Library of Raymond L. Callis. In Very Good Condition: foxing and occasional small stains. An attractive and solid modern binding.

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        L'art de peter, contenant pets de province, de menage, de pucelle, de maitres d'armes, de demoiselles, de jeunes filles, de femmes mariees, de bourgesoises, de berg?res, de vieilles, de boulangers, de potiers de terre, d

      Subject: (Scatologia). Wetsphalie (sic), 1832, 12 brossura cop. muta ma con titolo in coeva etichetta applicato a quella ant. pp. 108 con una tav. in antiporta. Bibl. Scatologica, 67 (Soft Cover)

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        Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life: Embracing the Turf, the Chase, the Ring, and the Stage. Interspersed with Original Memoirs of Sporting Men, etc. Dedicated to George Osbaldeston, Esq. In 25 parts

      London: T.T. and J. Tegg, 1832. First edition. Printed by J. Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury. 8vo. Illustrated with woodcut vignettes. 414pp., with Index. Contemporary pebbled cloth. Bookplate of Henry Granger. Slight rubbing at joints, spotting of title, else a sound, fresh copy. Very good plus

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        Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (The)

      Philadelphia: Joseph Parker, 1832. 1st American Edition. Cloth Over Boards. Good. 4to. Complete 18 volumes of this masterpiece with 531 full page plates plus 5 portraits (Hamilton, Washington, Franklin, Ames & Penn) plus large view of Philadelphia and 11 maps. There are also 2 duble page maps which are numbered in the plates. The books are uniformly bound in a simulated leather spine over boards with spine labels pasted on. Plates are all bound at the back of each volume. some browning.

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        Gebeth für Seine Majestät Otto I. König von Griechenland

      (Bamberg),, 1832.. 2 Bll. Gefalt. Bogen. 23 x 18 cm. Nicht im KVK, bibliographisch für mich nicht nachweisbar. Johann Baptist Cavallo (1776-1848), Sohn eines Kaminkehrers, war Bamberger Domvikar. - Etwas stockfleckig.

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        Flowers Of All Hue and Without Thorn The Rose - A Collection of Poems

      Edmund Fry, London 1832 - xiii+176pp with b/w frontispiece - full olive calf with gilt ruled borders and decoration - gilt decoration to spine with red morocco title label - slightly rubbed and soiled with small scuff marks to top board - light wear and chipping to edges - marbled endpapers and content edges - preliminary pages lightly foxed - previous owner's name to lightly creased title page - eight words on the first page of the preface have been crossed out with pen otherwise the contents are clean and tight - RARE - an attractively bound small volume [120mm x 80mm] of a collection of poems on the subject of flowers - FREE POSTAGE WORLDWIDE - please email with any further inquiries [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life: Embracing the Turf, the Chase, the Ring, and the Stage. Interspersed with Original Memoirs of Sporting Men, etc. Dedicated to George Osbaldeston, Esq. In 25 parts

      London: T.T. and J. Tegg, 1832 - First edition. Printed by J. Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury. 8vo. Illustrated with woodcut vignettes. 414pp., with Index. Contemporary pebbled cloth. Bookplate of Henry Granger. Slight rubbing at joints, spotting of title, else a sound, fresh copy. Very good plus [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        REGISTRO Y RELACIÓN GENERAL DE MINAS DE LA CORONA DE CASTILLA.

      Miguel De Burgos, Madrid 1832 - Registro y relación general de minas de la Corona de Castilla. 2 tomos. Primera Parte. Tomo I. Comprende los registros, relaciones y despachos tocantes a minas, en que se expresan los pueblos y sitios en que se hallaron. De Orden del Rey N.S. 3 h, más 718 pgs, y 1 h. Tomo II.Segunda y tercera parte. 2 h, más 433 págs Comprende: Los registros, relaciones y despachos sobre el hallazgo, administración, labor y beneficio de minas en que no se expresan los pueblos ni sitios en que se hallaban, y varios privilegios concedidos a inventores de máquinas e ingenios para las artes mecánicas. Item: Una relación y varios despachos tocantes al descubrimiento y provecho de varios tesoros. Y tres tratados científicos. Algo de amarronamiento.Obra completa [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Personal ALS by Baudin veteran and later Commander-in-Chief of the French during the Mexican "Pastry War"

      28 July Lyon,: 28 July, 1832.. Four page letter, single sheet folded to letter-size 258 x 207 mm., torn with small loss at original black wax seal, French postal marks, very good. A personal and revealing letter by the Baudin voyage veteran Charles Baudin, written at a time when his family fortunes were at a low ebb.After his return from the Baudin voyage Charles - no relation to Nicolas - was one of the naval officers to become a senior officer during the Napoleonic Wars. A fierce patriot, he counselled Napoleon to risk the naval blockade after Waterloo, and it is therefore not surprising that he was pushed out of the Navy, joining the merchant marine in 1816 and ultimately having great success. After the July Revolution of 1830 he rejoined the Navy, and took part in the Mexican "Pastry War" of 1838, before a long late career in the Navy which saw him promoted Admiral just before his death in 1854.Baudin has an unusual hand, but quite legible (with some patience). The letter is written to a close friend in Valenciennes, and deals predominantly with the recent loss suffered by his mother-in-law and wife, and notes that although the worst was over by April, both are still quite shaken by the death of his father-in-law. Worse, writes Baudin, financial disaster has overcome that part of the family, and its effects will be much felt, in no small part because of problems with gambling debts. Baudin is evidently troubled, and worried that it might touch his own family, and not just because of the sorrow of his wife.It is most unusual to have letters relating to the personal affairs of early voyagers, making this a fascinating glimpse into Baudin's life in the early years of his second naval career.

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        Il giuoco del tressette.

      Subject: (Giochi). Venezia, 1832, in-16mo brossura originale, pp. 64 con una tavola incisa in rame, colorata. Lensi p. 31 n. 106 (Soft Cover)

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        ESQUISSES PITTORESQUES ET DESCRIPTIVES DE LA CITTE ET DES ENVIRONS DE NAPLES.

      Cuciniello e Bianchi 1832 Publièes à Naples par Cuciniello e Bianchi, 1832. On en trove le dèpot chez les èditeurs Vico S.Spirito n. 49. Un volume in 8vo; pp.80,24,32,62. Due frontespizi, uno dedicato alla citta? e sue vicinanze e l?altro alle rovine d?Ercolano e Pompei. 44 tavole in litografia. Splendida coloritura coeva. Legatura posteriore in pelle blue, piatti inquadrati da fregi in oro; dorso a cordoni con titolo.

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        Viaje alrededor del mundo, hecho en los años 1768, 69, 70 y 71 por el célebre . Traducido del francés por Santiago de Alvarado y de la Peña

      Tomás Jordan, Madrid 1832 - 12º, 6 vols. (1º: X p., 1 lám., 225 p.; 2º: (2) hoj., 1 lám., 272 p.; 3º: 1 lám., 277 p.; 4º: 1 lám., 256 p.; 5º: 1 lám., 250 p.; 6º: 1ám., 162 p.). Pasta española época, doble tejuelo, hilos dorados. Volúmenes de la colección "Nueva Biblioteca de Viajes Modernos, útiles e interesantes a la juventud española", propiedad del impresor T. Jordán, con los viajes del célebre marino, comandante del Endeavour, descubridor de la Nueva Caledonia y varias islas del océano pacífico: Las Nuevas Hébridas, Nueva Georgia, Islas de los Amigos y la Tierra de Sandwick. Viajes. Descubrimientos. Travels. Discoveries.

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