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        Undersögelses-Reise til

      Kiöbenhavn. 1832. 4to. Rebacked med bruk av den gamle ryggstripen. Marmorerte dekler. XVII, (1), 216 s. Med åtte håndkolorerte kobberstikk og et stort foldet kart over Grønland. Meget pent eksemplar.

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        A Dictionary of the English Language, abridged from the American Dictionary

      NY: N. & J. White, 1832. "...for the use of primary schools and the counting house." The 9th edition, Ellsworth/Skeel #596. A sq. 12mo, 5.25" to a side. This is a fair to poor copy, lacking the front cover and title page. The original rear board is present, very worn, and half the spine is still covered, including an unreadable title piece. The first page present is filled with recommendations, from Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story, many Senators et al., and it is chipped and torn with the loss of a few words. The following page, the Preface (p. i), has the lower corner chipped. These lower corners are chipped or bent up to about p. 30 but after the Preface there are no words lost. The dictionary itself is complete and reasonably clean, with minimal occasional foxing and light browning to the edges. Sold as is; very fragile. 536 pp.. Hard Cover.

      [Bookseller: Page One, Too; Antiquarian Books]
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        A Narrative of a Nine Months' Residence in New Zealand, in 1827; together with A Journal of a Residence in Tristan D'Acunha, an island situated between South America and the Cape of Good Hope.

      8vo, pp. x, 371, 7 engraved plates (2 folding), half calf, corners scuffed, marbled boards, spine decorated blind in compartments with raised bands ruled gilt, wine label, very good.

      [Bookseller: Larry Hutchison]
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        PROCLAMATION, BY ANDREW JACKSON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

      Washington. Dec. 10, 1832. - Broadside, printed on silk in six columns, within an ornamental border. In a wood frame. Silk slightly frayed at head and foot, occasional foxing, almost entirely in margins. Very good. This proclamation is President Jackson's famous response to the nullification ordinance recently passed by the state of South Carolina. It prints extracts from the Ordinance, followed by Jackson's angry answer in which he denounces nullification as rebellion and treason, warning the citizens of South Carolina the he will use every power to enforce the laws. Sabin, who erroneously gives a date of 1833, notes that "a few copies were printed on satin, with ornamental border," such as the present copy. There was also a Hartford printing on silk, in six columns, and a Boston printing on silk, in seven columns, and at least two New York printings on silk. SABIN 35352. STREETER SALE 1738 (ref).

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        A Journal or Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian Experiences, and Labour of Love, In the Work of the Ministry of That Ancient, Eminent, and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, George Fox

      Philadelphia: Kimber & Sharpless, Uriah Hunt, and Nathan Kite, Booksellers 1832 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Amsterdam - opening Oosterdoksluis, 1832.

      ?Plegtige opening der Groote Sluis van het Ooster-dok voor Amsterdam, waardoor het eerste Korvetschip, gebouwd ter loffelijker nagedachtenis van den te vroeg gesneuvelden jeugdigen held, Jan Carel Josephus van Speyk, is gevoerd, op Zaturdag den 5den Mei 1832??.Aquatint vervaardigd door W.H. Hoogkamer naar een ontwerp van Hendrik Vettewinkel, uitgegeven door G. Portielje. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (afbeelding) 36,7 x 49 cm.Door aanslibbing van het IJ werd de Amsterdamse haven steeds minder goed bereikbaar. Tussen 1817-1824 werd het Groot Noordhollandsch Kanaal aangelegd. Om dat beter te laten functioneren moest er een dam in de mond van het IJ gelegd worden, zeer tegen de zin van Amsterdam. Als lapmiddel om het havenfront open te laten, werd in de afdamming in 1832 het Oosterdok en in 1834 het Westerdok middels sluizen opengesteld.Hier zien we de opening van de sluizen tussen Oosterdok en IJ door het korvet Van Speijk. Op de achtergrond de Buitenkant (Prins Hendrikkade) en Montelbaanstoren.Het Oosterdok omvatte zowel de vroegere Admiraliteitswerf als de uitgebreide VOC-werven. Die laatste lagen er werkeloos bij sinds het opheffing van de VOC. In 1828 was het bedrijfsterrein in gebruik genomen door de "Fabriek van Stoom- en Andere Werktuigen". De Admiraliteitswerf, tot 1795 een Amsterdamse aangelegenheid, werd een werf van de landelijke marine en na 1813 Rijkswerf. Na het opheffen van de werf in 1915 werd het complex als opleidings- en keuringscentrum gebruikt en voor personeelshuisvesting. We kennen het dan als het Marine Etablissement.Korvet Van Speijk, onder bevel van Kapitein ter Zee W.G. Roepel (equipagemeester van 's Rijks Marinewerf), passeerde als eerste schip de grote sluis van het juist voltooide Oosterdok. De doorschutting werd door vijf leden van het Koninklijk Huis en vele genodigden bijgewoond. KTZ Roepel verloor op die dag een epaulet. De Commissie tot de IJ- en Havenwerken besloot hem als beloning een paar epauletten aan te bieden.Zr. Ms. Van Speijk (ex Argo) was een kuilkorvet bewapend met 28 stukken. Het diende in 1834-1837 in Nederlands Oost-Indi?. In 1837 werd het overgedragen aan de Koloniale Marine en deed dienst als wachtschip te Soerabaja.In 1907 werd besloten de hier feestelijk geopende sluizen te verruimen omdat moderne schepen er niet meer doorheen pasten.Prijs: ?975,- (excl. lijst).

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        Atlas to Marshall's Life of Washington

      Philadelphia: J. Crissy, 1832. Second Edition. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. Engraved title page and 10 hand colored American Revolution War battle maps. Atlas issued with the publication of the second edition of Marshall's Life of Washington (2 volumes). Restored. Original tan paper covered boards with black lettered title and black decorated borders on green paper label pasted down on front board. New brown cloth spine. Front and rear hinges repaired. Paper on boards is rubbed with light damp stains. Light toning to maps. The front paste down is inscribed by A. B. Scott 2 " Lt. 13 " Inf. From the "Newell History" (Alec Newell): Major Albert Blackstone Scott (1858-1906) Major Albert B. Scott was born at the arsenal, in San Antonio, Texas, on October 29, 1858, in the quarters of his grandfather, General R. H. K. Whitely, U. S. Army, who was at that time in command at that post. Major Scott's father was Judge Scott, of New Orleans. He was reared by his grandfather in the State of Pennsylvania and was appointed to the Military Academy at West Point in 1876 by General U. S. Grant and graduated from said Academy in 1880. He was assigned to the Thirteenth U. S. Infantry, then stationed at Fort Wingate, New Mexico, and served with this regiment until his retirement. He spent eight years on the frontier.. From 1888 to 1891 he was Commandant of Cadets at the Maryland Agricultural College, and from 1891 to 1894 was with his regiment in Oklahoma. In 1894 he was detailed as Commandant of Cadets at the Georgia Military College at Milledgeville, Georgia, and served in this position until 1898. when his regiment was ordered to Cuba to take part in the Spanish-American War. In the battle at San Juan Hill, on July 1, 1898, Major Scott, then Captain, was severely wounded, a bullet entering the neck, just in front of the angle of the jaw, in the right side, passed entirely through the neck and came out on the left side of the spine, breaking the tip off of the fifth vertebrae. He was reported killed, and it was several days before his friends and relatives knew to the contrary. He was brought to the United States, and for a year he lay on his bed unable to speak aloud. At the end of a year he rallied somewhat and was able to move about with the aid of a crutch. His right arm was entirely paralyzed and his right leg partially so. He was unable to walk without assistance, a body servant being always within arm's length. In 1900 Major Scott was ordered to Fort McPherson, Georgia, for light duty, and while serving with the greatest difficulty and always suffering severe pain, he took great pride in performing all the duties that came to him. In 1902 Major Scott, at the request of the Military College and the citizens of Milledgeville, Georgia, was detailed for the second time as Commandant of Cadets of the Georgia Military College, and served until he was relieved in 1905 He was promoted to Major and retired July 28, 1905. Major Scott was admitted to the bar at Milledgeville, Georgia, at the July term, 1895, of Baldwin Superior Court. It was his ambition, after retirement, to enter into the active practice of law, and he did open an office in Milledgeville, Georgia. He was terribly handicapped in following any profession, owing to the awful wound received in the Spanish American War, and which rendered him almost helpless, but whenever his physical condition would permit he was a regular attendant upon the Courts of Baldwin County until his death. Major Scott died in Milledgeville, Georgia, January 10th, 1906, from the effects of the wound received at San Juan Hill. He is buried in the cemetery at Milledgeville, Georgia.

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        Neuestes Conversations-Lexikon für alle Stände, 8 Bände (A-Z), EA 1832-1838, Tafeln, selten

      Brüggemann'sche Verlags-Expedition / J.F. Leich und Otto Wigand 1832-1838, Leipzig - (Brüggemannsches Conversations-Lexikon) Neuestes Conversations-Lexikon für alle Stände. Von einer Gesellschaft deutscher Gelehrten bearbeitet. 8 Bände (in vier Büchern), komplett - mit Porträts & Lithographien. Sehr selten. Erste & einzige Ausgabe. Schöne & für die Zeit sehr dekorativ eingebundene braune Original-Halbledereinbände mit Goldprägungen. Format ca. 27 x 19 cm. Jeder Band mit Frontispiz (Porträts, Lithographien, als Tafel I-VIII bezeichnet). Verteilt über alle Bände im laufenden Text dazu noch insgesamt 38 ganzseitige, teils ausklappbare Abbildungen. Davon 8 Porträts, 8 Städteansichten, 6 Bauwerke. Die restlichen Tafeln aus dem technisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Bereich. Siehe Bilder 7-19. Wie auch den 20 Originalbildern zu entnehmen, ist die Rückenansicht sehr harmonisch & einheitlich. Rücken zudem überdurchschnittlich erhalten; auch keine der häufig anzutreffenden Fehlstellen, Beschädigungen oder Einrisse. Der Buchschnitt ist noch wunderschön, ebenso die Buchdeckel. Die Kanten & Ecken berieben bzw. bestoßen. Kein unangenehmer Geruch. Keine fehlenden, losen oder eingerissenen Seiten. Abklatsch der Ecken; Seiten & Karten teils stärker fleckig oder gebräunt. Vorsatzpapier am vorderen Innengelenk eingerissen; alles jedoch noch stabil; Buchblock fest (s. auch Bild 20). Die Kollation der Abbildungen auf Vollständigkeit gestaltet sich schwierig, da diese unsystematisch nummeriert sind, hierzu kein Verzeichnis in den Bänden existiert & auch in der einschlägigen Literatur keine Angaben diesbzgl. aufzufinden sind. In den letzten Jahren ist uns vom Brüggemannschen Conversations-Lexikon nur das Exemplar aus der Sammlung Seemann bekannt. Im Vergleich zu diesem sind hier acht Tafeln mehr eingebunden. Diese seltene Erstausgabe dürfte in dieser Vollständigkeit der Tafeln & in dieser Erhaltung heute kaum noch erhältlich sein. 15000 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Turtle Dove. [Columba turtur].

      - GOULD, John and Elizabeth. Turtle Dove. [Columba turtur]. Original lithograph with later hand-colour from Gould's 'Birds of Europe', 1832-37. 540 x 365 mm. 540 x 365 mm. £795

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        On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures

      Charles Knight, London 1832 - A Very Good Minus Second Edition, in the original moire cloth with gilt titles. Cloth at spine worn (see pictures), foxing to endpages only, a few pages with small corner crease, prior owner name front endpage, the book plate of John F. Mee front pastedown. Mee was the former chairman of the Dept. of Management at the Indiana Univ. School of Business, an authority on the changing concepts of management and a pioneer of management education. Babbage is considered to be the "father of computers", and this was his seminal work. An excellent candidate for restoration or rebinding, and priced accordingly. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Telegrams and Envelopes from 1832 to 1913 - Set of 338

      1832. Very Good. Set of 338 telegrams and envelopes from seventy different telegraph companies, dating from 1832 to 1913. There are 21 envelopes in total. Previous owner housed telegrams and envelopes between glassine paper with the glassine paper being stapled to gray paper covers. Telegrams and envelopes are various colors and sizes, most are handwritten with the exception of those sent in 1913 which have been typed. Most are on white or yellow paper with telegraph company's header in red, blue or black at top of telegram. Most are in very good condition with little wear or soiling but are fragile. A few have pencil marginalia and light soiling to edges. Locations of the 70 telegraph companies included in this set range from Nova Scotia to California. The American Telegraph Company and the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company have the most telegrams in this set. The content of most telegrams are business dealings and family matters. Telegrams of note include those sent to or by Franklin MacVeagh, secretary of Treasury under President Taft and his brother Isaac Wayne MacVeagh, U. S. Attorney General under Presidents Garfield and Arthur. Another name of note is H. W. Corbett who managed a successful hardware and farm supply business and was a U. S. Senator from 1867-1873. A few telegrams are coded and there are some referring to the trade of Oolong tea and Sumatra coffee. As seen from this varied set, telegraph technology had profound social and economic effects. Please call for complete list of telegraph companies included in set. .

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        Lezioni di declamazione e d'arte teatrale.

      Tip. All'Insegna di Dante., Firenze. 1832 - In-8°, legatura in mezza pergamena con fregi in nero al dorso, pp. 366.(2), con 41 tavole, (Doppia la num.11), in litografia fuori testo, su pose e atteggiamenti declamatori. Marginali tracce d'uso ala legatura, qualche rara fioritura e una decalcomania applicata alla pagina dell'occhietto che ha provocato un leggerissimo aloncino al frontespizio.

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        Sardinian Starling

      1832-37 1832 - Vol III John and Elizabeth Gould Sardinian Starling An original hand-coloured lithograph for Gould's 'Birds of Europe', 1832-37 530 x 360 mm approx £490

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        Commentaries on American Law

      Halsted 1832 - This is a rare, complete set, 4 volumes, of the Second Edition of James Kent's, Commentaries on American Law (559, 647, 515 & 574 pages), a foundational overview of U. S. legal principles, published by Halsted in 1832. The full leather covers (app. 5.75" x 9") are scuffed, with a number of scrapes to the surface leather, shallow edge wear, and the name of a previous owner, H. S, Haviland (a Pawling, NY attorney) written in ink to the upper outside front cover of each volume (see photos). All covers are attached. The spines, with four raised bands and attached title and volume labels, are also scuffed, but straight, securely attached, and with all lettering legible. The insides are complete, with a few pages (at the start of Volume I) partly loose, but with the binding otherwise secure throughout, with no pages completely loose and none missing. The only writing is Haviland's name, to the title page of Volume I. There are no stamps or other attachments. Almost all pages are foxed, but all text is legible. There are many creases, mostly to the upper outside corners, but no notable tears. The accompanying photos are of this copy, and are accurate reflections of the book conditions. US shipping would be by priority express insured mail, with a shipping charge of $50. International shipping would also be by priority express insured mail, with a shipping charge of $125.00. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vom Kriege. Hinterlassenes Werk. 3 Bände. (= Hinterlassene Werke des Generals Carl von Clausewitz über Krieg und Kriegführung, Bde. 1-3).

      Berlin, Ferdinand Dümmler, 1832-1834. 8°. XXVIII, 371 (1); VI, 456 S., 1 Bl.; VIII, 386 S., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. m. etw. Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückentiteln u. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Farbschnitt. Erstausgabe. - „Dieses Werk mit seinen tausend Seiten nimmt unter den militärischen Schriften aller Zeiten und Völker einen einzigartigen Platz ein. Obwohl in ihm die Erkenntnisse aus den Kriegen Napoleons und denen der Französischen Revolution verwertet wurden, ist es doch weniger ein Handbuch für Strategie und Taktik als eine umfassende Untersuchung über die Grundprinzipien des Krieges. Der Krieg, so behauptete Clausewitz, müsse immer als politisches Instrument betrachtet werden; denn, so lautet sein berühmtester Aphorismus: ‚Krieg ist die fortgesetzte Staatspolitik mit anderen Mitteln‘. Er weist die Ansicht vom schädlichen Einfluß der Politik auf die Kriegsführung zurück, da Vor- oder Nachteile des Einflusses ganz bei der Politik lägen. Ist die Politik gut, so kann sie sich auf die Kriegsführung nur vorteilhaft auswirken: die Siege der Französischen Revolution über zwanzig Jahre hinweg ergaben sich hauptsächlich aus der fehlerhaften Politik der gegnerischen Regierungen. Seine Grundkonzeption, daß militärische Entscheidungen politischen Erwägungen immer untergeordnet sein müssen, unterstützt er durch seine nachdrückliche Betonung von Moral und Selbstzucht als den entscheidenden Faktoren im Kriege [...] Nachdem er als Generalstabschef von Gneisenau wie dieser im polnischen Feldzug an der Cholera gestorben war, wurde das Buch von seiner Frau als Kernstück seiner ‚Hinterlassenen Werke über Krieg und Kriegführung’ [...] veröffentlicht. Es fand sofort Anerkennung als eine der tiefsten Ausführungen über die Philosophie des Krieges - ein Rang, der ihm nie streitig gemacht wurde“ (Carter/Muir S. 544f.). - Einbände leicht berieben bzw. bestoßen. Vorsatzbll. m. Besitzvermerk. Titelbll. m. Namensstempel. Vereinzelt Anstreichungen bzw. schwach wasserrandig. Gering gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Carter/Muir, Bücher die die Welt verändern 297; Borst 1651; Kosch II, 667. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Clausewitz, Vom Kriege. Hinterlassene Werke, Militaria

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        Atlas to Marshall's Life of Washington

      Philadelphia: J. Crissy, 1832. Second Edition. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. Engraved title page and 10 hand colored American Revolution War battle maps. Atlas issued with the publication of the second edition of Marshall's Life of Washington (2 volumes). Restored. Original tan paper covered boards with black lettered title and black decorated borders on green paper label pasted down on front board. New brown cloth spine. Front and rear hinges repaired. Paper on boards is rubbed with light damp stains. Light toning to maps. The front paste down is inscribed by A. B. Scott 2 " Lt. 13 " Inf. From the "Newell History" (Alec Newell):Major Albert Blackstone Scott (1858-1906) Major Albert B. Scott was born at the arsenal, in San Antonio, Texas, on October 29, 1858, in the quarters of his grandfather, General R. H. K. Whitely, U. S. Army, who was at that time in command at that post. Major Scott's father was Judge Scott, of New Orleans. He was reared by his grandfather in the State of Pennsylvania and was appointed to the Military Academy at West Point in 1876 by General U. S. Grant and graduated from said Academy in 1880. He was assigned to the Thirteenth U. S. Infantry, then stationed at Fort Wingate, New Mexico, and served with this regiment until his retirement. He spent eight years on the frontier.. From 1888 to 1891 he was Commandant of Cadets at the Maryland Agricultural College, and from 1891 to 1894 was with his regiment in Oklahoma. In 1894 he was detailed as Commandant of Cadets at the Georgia Military College at Milledgeville, Georgia, and served in this position until 1898. when his regiment was ordered to Cuba to take part in the Spanish-American War. In the battle at San Juan Hill, on July 1, 1898, Major Scott, then Captain, was severely wounded, a bullet entering the neck, just in front of the angle of the jaw, in the right side, passed entirely through the neck and came out on the left side of the spine, breaking the tip off of the fifth vertebrae. He was reported killed, and it was several days before his friends and relatives knew to the contrary. He was brought to the United States, and for a year he lay on his bed unable to speak aloud. At the end of a year he rallied somewhat and was able to move about with the aid of a crutch. His right arm was entirely paralyzed and his right leg partially so. He was unable to walk without assistance, a body servant being always within arm's length. In 1900 Major Scott was ordered to Fort McPherson, Georgia, for light duty, and while serving with the greatest difficulty and always suffering severe pain, he took great pride in performing all the duties that came to him. In 1902 Major Scott, at the request of the Military College and the citizens of Milledgeville, Georgia, was detailed for the second time as Commandant of Cadets of the Georgia Military College, and served until he was relieved in 1905 He was promoted to Major and retired July 28, 1905. Major Scott was admitted to the bar at Milledgeville, Georgia, at the July term, 1895, of Baldwin Superior Court. It was his ambition, after retirement, to enter into the active practice of law, and he did open an office in Milledgeville, Georgia. He was terribly handicapped in following any profession, owing to the awful wound received in the Spanish American War, and which rendered him almost helpless, but whenever his physical condition would permit he was a regular attendant upon the Courts of Baldwin County until his death. Major Scott died in Milledgeville, Georgia, January 10th, 1906, from the effects of the wound received at San Juan Hill. He is buried in the cemetery at Milledgeville, Georgia.

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        On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures

      London: Charles Knight, 1832. A Very Good Minus Second Edition, in the original moire cloth with gilt titles. Cloth at spine worn (see pictures), foxing to endpages only, a few pages with small corner crease, prior owner name front endpage, the book plate of John F. Mee front pastedown. Mee was the former chairman of the Dept. of Management at the Indiana Univ. School of Business, an authority on the changing concepts of management and a pioneer of management education. Babbage is considered to be the "father of computers", and this was his seminal work. An excellent candidate for restoration or rebinding, and priced accordingly. . Second Edition. Cloth. Very Good Minus. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        The animal kingdom... The class Insecta... With supplementary additions to each order, by Edward Griffith... and Edward Pidgeon... And notices of new genera and species by George Gray

      London: Whittaker, Treacher and Co, 1832. First edition in English, 2 volumes in 3, 4to, 137 engraved plates (4 hand colored); slight spotting and staining, extremities a little scuffed, else an about fine set in contemporary 1/2 green morocco handsomely gilt. Volumes XIV and XV of the complete work.

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        Pompeiana: the Topography, Edifices and Ornaments of Pompeii, the Result of Excavations since 1819. 2 Vols

      Jennings and Chaplin, London 1832 - Quarto. xxiv, (4), 1 plate, 198, 207pp. Bound in 3/4 crushed green leather over decorative paper-covered boards with gilt ruling on cover, gilt ruling, tooling and lettering on spine. Marbled front endpapers. Engraved portrait of the author and architectural frontispiece engraving with tissue guard in volume 1. Frontispiece engraving view of Pompeii with tissue guard in volume 2. vignettes at beginning and end of each chapter. Sir William Gell was a classical English archaeologist and illustrator collaborating with John P. Gandy, English architect, on this publication. Pompeiana is considered an important work helping to open the results of the excavations to English readers. This 1832 edition, written by Willam Gell alone, incorporates the results of the latest excavations. Profusely illustrated with 88 impressive full page engravings, two of them hand colored, including some plans, all with tissue guards. Binding rubbed, lightly bumped at corners and some wear along edges and at spine. Ex Libris on inside cover. Short penciled entries on free endpaper. Starting at frontispiece in volume 1. previous owner's name inked onto free endpapers of both volumes. Book blocks lightly age-toned. Binding in overall good+, interior in good+ to very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        \"München\". Blick von Nordosten über die Isar auf München, links im Hintergrund Bergkette mit der Zugspitze.

       Altkolorierte Lithographie von Gustav Kraus, gedruckt von Lacroix, um 1832, 25 x 41 cm. Pressler 7,I; Pfister II, 50; Lentner 1107; Slg. Proebst 128. - Die prächtige Gesamtansicht mit besonders hübscher Staffage: Im Vordergrund bürgerliches Paar im Gespräch mit einem Fischer, links Bauernfamilie mit Schubkarren, auf der Isar zwei Flösse. - Bezauberndes Altkolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Tombleson's Views of the Rhine, Tombleson's Upper Rhine [two volumes]

      published by Tombleson & co, London 1832 - , [2], 190 pages, [2] appendix; viii, 184 pages, 139 black and white tissue guarded plates including two illustrated title pages, 2 fold out plans of Rhine and Upper Rhine inside rear cover of books First Edition , slight signs of wear to corners and edge of spine, some foxing throughout, one fold out plan slightly torn, very good condition , half morocco and marbled paper, raised bands on spines, gilt titles on spines , quarto, 26cm x 16.5cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gazetteer of the State of Pennsylvania

      1832. First Edition . GORDON, Thomas Francis. A Gazetteer of the State of Pennsylvania. Part FirstÂ… General Description of the StateÂ… Geological Construction, Canals and Rail-Roads, Bridges, Revenue, Expenditures, Public Debt, &c. Part SecondÂ… Counties, Towns, Cities, Villages, Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, Creeks, &c., Alphabetically Arranged. Philadelphia: T. Belknap, 1832. Thick octavo, publisherÂ’s full brown mottled sheep gilt; pp. 63 [1]; 508. $1500.First edition of this comprehensive historical guide to places in Pennsylvania, with hand-colored folding map.Purported by the publisher to be the first gazetteer of Pennsylvania, compiled from “minute and accurate topographical and statistical informationÂ… by visits to many parts of the state, by personal intercourse with official and intelligent gentlemen of every county, and by laborious research among the public records.” Historian Thomas Gordon also published a History of Pennsylvania (1829), and gazetteers for both New Jersey and New York. Sabin 27998. Interior remarkably clean, tape repair to map at stub. Age-wear to spine of original sheep. An extremely good copy.

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        Osbeckia angustifolia

      London, Paris & Strassburg, 1832. Hand-coloured lithograph by M. Gauci, printed by Engelmann & Co. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling. A finely detailed plate from Wallich's 'Plantae Asiaticae Rariores', a rare scholarly work on the most exotic trees and plants from the tropical zone.A renowned Danish physician, botanist, and plant explorer, Nathaniel Wallich travelled to Nepal, Western Hindostan, Ava and Lower Burma in search of exotic flora and fauna and was responsible for introducing numerous Himalayan plant specimens to Europe. Ardently interested in the indigenous plants of India, where he was appointed Superintendent of the East India Company's Botanical Garden at Calcultta in 1817, he began vigorously collecting and cataloguing specimens and helped found the Oriental Museum of the Asiatic Society (later called the Indian Museum in Calcultta).Wallich published Plantae Asiaticae Rariories between 1829 and 1832, which was undertaken with the enthusiastic patronage of the East India Company. For this work, he drew on both specimens collected during his own trips and those supplied by contacts like Sir Stamford Raffles, and he employed artists including Vishnupersaud (or Vishnu Prasad), who Blunt considered the 'most talented of the native Indian artists'. Maxim Gauci, perhaps the greatest of the early lithographers of botanical subjects, was responsible for translating the drawings onto stone.Cf. Dunthorne 326; cf. Great Flower Books (1990), p.149; cf. Nissen BBI 2099; cf. Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1383.

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        Une Journee du Jeune Exile

      1832. First Edition . D'HARDIVILLER, Charles-Achille. Une Journée de Jeune Exilé Recueil de Dessins Représentant les Etudes et les Divers Exercices du Duc de Bordeaux. Paris: A. Fonrouge, 1832. Slim folio (10-1/2 by 13-1/2 inches), full gilt-stamped vellum, gilt fleurs-de-lis and coat of arms of the Comte de Puiseux; original wrappers bound in. $2500.First edition of this work supporting the recognition of the 12-year-old exiled Duke of Bordeaux, Henri, as King Henry V of France, written by his drawing master, Jacques-Louis David's student Charles-Achille d'Hardiviller, with 12 full-page hors-texte lithographs by him featuring the young duke at work and play, handsomely bound in vellum by Bonnay and bearing the gilt coat of arms and armorial bookplate of the Comte de Puiseux.A sentimental look at Henri, the 12-year-old exiled Duke of Bordeaux, through the eyes of d'Hardiviller, his drawing master. D'Hardiviller joined Henri in exile at Holyrood Castle in Scotland in 1830. Henri was the son of the Duc de Berry, who was assassinated in 1820. The legitimists attempted to situate him as Henry V, King of France, but the 1830 revolution forced Henri into exile, permanently barring him from ascending the throne. D'Hardiviller, who had studied under the famous artist David, was a staunch legitimist and, in this work, uses his art in an attempt to win sympathy for the legitimist cause. The lithographs depict the daily activities of Henri, from fencing to pistol practice to lessons to riding. In the plate of Henri's drawing lesson, he is shown with d'Hardiviller. The plates frequently depict the picturesque grounds of Holyrood Castle. Armorial bookplate of the Comte de Puiseux, bearing his coat of arms on the vellum binding in gilt and gilt fleurs-de-lis on all corners (reflecting his French royal status).Expert paper repairs to corner of title page and rear wrapper, very faint scattered foxing and soiling to interior, minor soiling to binding. A near-fine copy with an exceptional provenance.

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        Luzernisches Intelligenz-Blatt. Jg. 1832 (52 Nummern in einem Band, komplett).

      787 S. Hardcover Vollständiger Jahrgang 1832 des von Xaver Meyer herausgegebenen Luzernischen Intelligenz-Blattes in altergemäß GUTEM Zustand. Pappband der Zeit, berieben und bestoßen. Seiten druck- und altersbedingt gebräunt, vereinzelt leicht randknittrig. Vereinzelte dezente Randanstreichungen, Text sauber. Wir haben weitere vollständige Jahrgänge dieser Publikation im Bestand, sprechen Sie uns an!

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        The Rèpublic of Mexico in 1876. A political and ethnographical division of the population, character, habits, costumes and vocations of its inhabitants. Mexico City, La Enseñanza, 1876. 8vo. With 8 chromolithographed plates, finished by hand, double-page map, and 4 leaves with printed music on both sides. 19th-century red morocco, gold-tooled spine, blind-tooled boards, gold-tooled turin-ins, gilt edges.

      Palau 65704. Interesting work on the politics, history and ethnography of Mexico, by the Mexican scientist Antonio Garcia Cubas (1832-1912). In the third part on ethnography the focus is on several indigenous Mexican Indian families. "For a better knowledge of the races, their real characteristics, their uses and customs should be studied, as I have mentioned on another occasion, in the depths of the mountainous regions where they still preserve their ancient habits and their dialects with greater purity. ..." (pp. 67-68). Corners of the binding slightly rubbed. Very good copy of a work on the politics, history and ethnography of Mexico.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        THE MINSTRELSY OF THE WOODS; or, Sketches and Songs connected with Natural History of some of the most interesting British and Foreign Birds. By the Author of The Wild Garland, &c.

      Hardcover. xi, [1], 227 pages. Illustrated with seventeen finely hand-coloured lithographs. Original green cloth with leather gilt label to spine. Octavo. First edition. Spine expertly repaired; else a very good copy. Association copy with the signatures of Letitia, and Flora Mercedes, Waring, to the front fixed endpaper. Ex Libris Lawrence Darton, with his small bookplate. Darton. G1021

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        Briefe über die natürliche Magie, an Sir Walter Scott von David Brewster. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen begleitet von Friedrich Wolff, Königl. Professor in Berlin. Mit 79 Abbildungen in Kupferstich. Dtsch. Erstausg.

      VIII, 414 S., 1 w. Bl., 22 Kupfer-Taf. mit 79 Abb. (davon 2 mit abklappbaren Überlegern), Kl.-8, Priv. Halbleinen mit Rückentext Graesse S.116. - Gegenüber der englischen Originalausg. von 1832 um weitere Anmerkungen ergänzt. In 13 Briefen werden Trugbilder, seltsame Naturerscheinungen u. vor allem versch. Zaubertricks geschildert. Darunter mechanische u. optische Apparate, sowie Automaten (2 Tafeln zeigen versch. Darstellungen des berühmten Schach-Automaten). - Leicht berieben Innendeckel mit Besitzerstempel u. hinten mit Vermerk, sonst ein gutes Expl.

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        TragÂœdiæ superstites et deperditarum fragmenta

      Oxford: Typographeo Academico,, 1832. ex recensione G. Dindorfii. Octavo (219 x 132 mm). Presentation(?) binding of contemporary red morocco, flat spine gilt ruled on and around the raised bands, two-line gilt border on sides, gilt arms of Oxford University on back cover, richly gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt, pale yellow coated endpapers. Printed in Greek. Bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst, Lancashire retail chemist and bibliophile, a discriminating collector of 18th-century literature in well-preserved contemporary bindings. Touch of foxing to title page. An excellent copy in a lovely period binding. First of this edition, edited by the eminent classical scholar Karl Wilhelm Dindorf (1802-1883), appearing on the title page under the Latinized form of his name, Gulielmus Dindorfii. "The most productive of the Continental scholars brought in by Gaisford [Thomas Gaisford, Delegate of the Press] was Karl Wilhelm Dindorf, who with his brother Ludwig supplied many classical edition. Wilhelm's edition of Aeschylus appeared in 1832... Some of Dindorf's editions were widely used in Britain; the small number of copies located in Continental libraries - only three of the Aeschylus and Demsothenes - may reflect competition from rival editions and from pirated editions of the Oxford printings" (Simon Eliot ed., The History of the Oxford University Press, II p. 447). Provenance: front cover with gilt supralibros of William Grenville, first Baron Grenville, (1759-1834), Prime Minister 1806-07, whose brief ministry oversaw the abolition of the slave trade. Grenville was Chancellor of Oxford from 1810 until 1834, so this may be a presentation copy from the university press. An attractive edition of Aeschylus and a fine exemplar of Oxford's demure and distinguished presswork at this period.

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        Phisiologie de la Poire

      Chez les libraires, Paris 1832 - (Grandville). Phisiologie de la Poire, par Louis-Benoit, jardinier. Paris, chez les libraires, 1832. In-8°, m. pelle, dorso decorato in oro. xxii, 270 pp. Edizione originale di questo violento libello contro il governo di Louis Philippe. L' autore, il notaio Sébastien-Benoit Peytel fu condannato a morte per assassinio e giustiziato a Bourg-en-Bresse nel 1839. Il volume è illustrato da qualche piccola vignetta incisa in legno da Grandville. Prezioso esemplare ornato da 40 piccoli disegni originali del GRANDVILLE, in margine a una dozzina di Pagine. Rarissimo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage de découvertes autour du monde et à la recherche de La Pérouse.

      Paris: Librairie Encyclopédique de Roret, 1832-33. Ten octavo text volumes bound as five, and folio atlas with a portrait of Dumont d'Urville and 20 maps and plates (six coloured);a good set in a recent French period style quarter navy polished calf, spines lettered numbered and banded in gilt. This is a notably scarce version of the official account of Dumont d'Urville's first voyage, publishing the voyage narrative and a careful selection of the fine lithographic plates.The Astrolabe was renamed for this voyage in honour of La Pérouse's lost ship; it had previously sailed as the Coquille in Duperrey's expedition in the early 1820s, with Dumont d'Urville serving as second-in-command. The expedition visited Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific in 1826-29; it was a major scientific undertaking and a large number of natural history specimens were collected returned to France. Likewise, the haul of geographical and ethnological information was considerable. The full publication of the voyage was extensive, numbering some 13 text volumes accompanied by five folio atlas volumes. Exclusive and expensive, the official account was beyond the means of most readers, hence the desire for this abridged and accessible edition. It includes as narrative text the Historique section of the full voyage account, though the title has been changed to include the words "et à la recherche de La Pérouse", and has a selection of eight maps and 12 plates as a separately bound atlas volume. Three of the twelve plates issued with this edition are Australian Aboriginal studies lithographed from drawings by the official artist Louis Sainson. A coloured portrait plate of two Aboriginal men is followed by depictions of two encounters, one at the Georges River and the other at Jervis Bay. Of additional interest are two coloured Maori portrait plates, and further studies of the native inhabitants of New Guinea, Vanikoro and Tikopia. The maps are notable as some of the finest ever produced of the Pacific, and include charts of Australia and New Zealand, New Guinea, Fiji, Tonga and Vanikoro.One of the primary objectives of the voyage was to confirm the fate of the ill-fated La Pérouse expedition, a long-standing source of mystery and speculation. The wreck of La Pérouse's Astrolabe had been reported a few years previously by Peter Dillon, the South Seas trader, suggesting that the island of Vanikoro (present day Solomons) was the French explorer's final resting place. Dumont d'Urville's expedition confirmed this, and erected a monument to La Pérouse and his men upon the island (the ceremony is memorialised in a fine lithographed plate included in the atlas to this edition).This is surprisingly rare on the market and not noted by several standard bibliographies. This edition was only noted for the Ferguson Addenda volume from the set of the text in the State Library of Victoria and from a copy of the atlas volume that appeared (without text) in a Bernard Quaritch catalogue in 1983. McLaren too could cite the atlas only from the Ferguson/Quaritch entry. Some browning and foxing of the text as sometimes found with this paper stock, also affecting a few plates.

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        Handbuch der Geognosie. Nach der zweiten Auflage des Engl. Originals bearbeitet.

      Berlin, Duncker und Humblot, 1832 - XVI, 612 Seiten, mit 23 eingedruckten Holzschnitten. Buch dem Alter entsprechend in gutem Zustand. Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar. Einband bestoßen, Seiten gebräunt, Text sauber. Detailierte Angaben zum Zustand und weitere Fotos auf Anfrage. petrominera_alt. 070 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 530 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ancient Customs, Sports, and Pastimes, of the English

      1832. First Edition . (GOLF) ASPIN, J[ehoshaphat]. Ancient Customs, Sports, and Pastimes, of the English; Explained from Authentic Sources, & in a Familiar Manner. London: John Harris, 1832. Square 12mo, early 20th-century full crimson crushed morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. $1500.First edition of this compilation of ancient British sports and pastimes, illustrated with 12 hand-colored copper-engraved plates, plus wood engravings within the text, handsomely bound by Bayntun.With a small section on golf at page 217, captioned at the top of the page ""Goff, or Bandy-Ball."" Also includes chapters on jousts and other military exercises, hawking and hunting, plays and masques, minstrels, fools and jugglers, coronations and pageants, Christmas gambols and May games. Boards ever so slightly bowed. A lovely volume in fine condition.

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        Rufous-backed Egret.

      Rufous-backed Egret, Ardea rufsata. £850

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        GENOVA Vienna, presso Artaria e Compagnie

      1832. Acquatinta abilmente colorata da mano coeva, mm 550 x 82,5, comprensiva di margini bianchi eccezionalmente ampi. Titolo al centro del margine inferiore, alle estremità inferiori leggiamo: ''Proprietà degli Editori. - Deposta alla Biblioteca I. e R. di Vienna''. Strapitosa veduta litografata e colorata coevemente. La tavola raffigura la veduta prospettica del golfo di Genova pubblicata a Vienna per i tipi di Artaria e Compag. editori. Non vi è indicato l'anno di stampa, ma l'edizione dovrebbe risalire agli inizi degli anni Trenta dell'Ottocento (1832 ca.). Gli Artaria, originari della Brianza, fondarono la Artaria e Compag. Editori, importante casa editrice di Vienna (intorno al 1770 e cessata nel 1932), con diramazioni a Magonza (1765-1775), a Mannheim (1793-1853) e a Milano (1802-1921), notissima in campo geografico, artistico e musicale. Essi furono per quasi tre secoli commercianti ed editori di stampe e di opere musicali. Il ramo più importante esercitò la propria attività a Vienna, già dalla fine del XVII secolo

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        Ansicht längs der Seine ('Vue De Paris, dessinée au Diagraphe par Gavard inventeur de l' instrument, et lithographiéé par Champin. - Chez Gavard, rue Neuve-des-Petits-Champs, N°. 37. - Publié à Paris, Septembre 1832. - Lith. de Engelmann, Cité Bergère N°. 1.').

      - gouachierte u. eiweißerhöhte Lithographie v. Champin, lithographiert v. Engelmann n. Gavard b. Gavard in Paris, dat. 1832, 52,5 x 67,5

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        Tragœdiæ superstites et deperditarum fragmenta ex recensione G. Dindorfii.

      Oxford: Typographeo Academico, 1832 - Octavo (219 x 132 mm). Presentation(?) binding of contemporary red morocco, flat spine gilt ruled on and around the raised bands, two-line gilt border on sides, gilt arms of Oxford University on back cover, richly gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt, pale yellow coated endpapers. Bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst, Lancashire retail chemist and bibliophile, a discriminating collector of 18th-century literature in well-preserved contemporary bindings. Touch of foxing to title page. An excellent copy in a lovely period binding. Printed in Greek. First of this edition, edited by the eminent classical scholar Karl Wilhelm Dindorf (1802-1883), appearing on the title page under the Latinized form of his name, Gulielmus Dindorfii. "The most productive of the Continental scholars brought in by Gaisford [Thomas Gaisford, Delegate of the Press] was Karl Wilhelm Dindorf, who with his brother Ludwig supplied many classical edition. Wilhelm's edition of Aeschylus appeared in 1832. Some of Dindorf's editions were widely used in Britain; the small number of copies located in Continental libraries - only three of the Aeschylus and Demsothenes - may reflect competition from rival editions and from pirated editions of the Oxford printings" (Simon Eliot ed., The History of the Oxford University Press, II p. 447). Provenance: front cover with gilt supralibros of William Grenville, first Baron Grenville, (1759-1834), Prime Minister 1806-07, whose brief ministry oversaw the abolition of the slave trade. Grenville was Chancellor of Oxford from 1810 until 1834, so this may be a presentation copy from the university press. An attractive edition of Aeschylus and a fine exemplar of Oxford's demure and distinguished presswork at this period. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Voyage au Congo

      1832. First Edition . (AFRICA) DOUVILLE, Jean-Baptiste. Voyage au Congo et dans lÂ’Intérieur de lÂ’Afrique Équinoxiale, Fait dans les Années 1828, 1829 et 1830. Paris: Jules Renouard, 1832. Three volumes and Atlas. Octavo, original pale blue printed wrappers, uncut and unopened; Atlas, slim folio (11-1/2 by 15 inches), original wrappers rebacked. Housed in custom paper-covered slipcase and clamshell box. $8500.First edition of this early description of the Congo and the far interior of Angola, with the rare Atlas containing an engraved title page, list of plates, 20 full-page lithographs of inhabitants and their way of life, and a large engraved folding map of the African interior by Brué.Douville (1794-1837) excited first wild enthusiasm and then widespread skepticism upon publication of his Voyage au Congo in 1832, on account of his explorations into the very heart of Africa. Although the work came under attack for fabrication, Douville maintained the authenticity of his account, and even Sir Richard Burton maintained that the FrenchmanÂ’s descriptions of the Congo were lifelike; that his observations on the anthropology, ceremonies, customs an maladies of the people were remarkably accurate; and that the native words used in his narrative were “for the most part given with unusual correctness.” “Douville continues to intrigue historians, not only because of the romantic and mysterious quality of the French travelerÂ’s life, but because his book— if authentic— contains valuable information about the far interior of Angola at a period when few other sources allow more than occasional glimpses of the history and culture of the people who lived there. DouvilleÂ’s credibility has recently received renewed support [by way of] verifying the accuracy of his data on the climate, geography, politics, and society, [noting] that many names appear in print for the first time in Douville and only later make their entry into the accounts of other travelers” (Joseph C. Miller). The scholarly consensus is that the chief source for DouvilleÂ’s work was likely a group of unpublished Portuguese manuscripts to which he had ready access. The accompanying Atlas contains a large map by Adrien Hubert Brué. Between 1810-30, Brué was perhaps the most important practitioner of French cartography. His travels took him to the West African coast and South Asia and he was a member of the Société de Géographie de Paris and of the Royal Geographical Society in London. Brué held the office of Géographe du Roi and often signed his maps accordingly. His maps are characterized by precise accuracy, clarity of line and beautiful detail. Brué map laid into the Atlas. Text in French. Howgego D27. Slight soiling to exteriors, small wormhole to last gathering of Volume III (not affecting text). A nearly fine unopened copy in original wrappers.

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        Scipio Cicala - in 4 Bänden komplett

      EA. (Goedeke IV/396), OPp. m. Rückenvergoldung (nur Band 3 Privateinband: Lwd. m. Rückenvergoldung), XL/296/344/327/306 S. Leipzig, F.A. Brockhaus, 1832. Einbände leicht berieben/minimal fleckig, Rückenkanten minimal -/Einbandecken bestoßen (bis auf Band 3, dieser minimal fleckig), Exlibris/Bleistifteinträge auf Innenseite Einband/Vorsatz, Name auf Vortitel/Titel, wenige Seiten stock-/braunfleckig/geringfügig geknickt, sonst sehr gut erhalten.

      [Bookseller: HESPERUS BUCHHANDLUNG & VERSANDANTIQUARI]
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        ALS. To Publisher's Messrs. Colburn & Bentley. Proposing Mr Troppeneger as translator into German of The Ahlambra

      1832. 2 pp. 16 mo. Tipped ionto a large leaf. Old folds. 2 pp. 16 mo.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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