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        Brunnich's Guillemot

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

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        Théorie du Mouvement de la Lune

      1832. Three vols. Large thick 4to, cont. green calf (joints neatly repaired), single gilt fillet round sides, sides stamped in blind with blind arabesque in center of each cover, spines gilt. Torino: Imprimerie Royale, 1832. First edition, Plana's own set with manuscript notes tipped-in, of the author's most important work. Plana (1781-1864), who studied under Lagrange and was a close friend of Stendhal, was professor of astronomy at the University of Torino and director of the astronomical observatory. "Plana's scientific contributions cover a wide range: mathematical analysis (Eulerian integrals, elliptical functions), mathematical physics (the cooling of the sphere, electrostatic induction), geodesy (the extension of an arc of latitude from Austria to France), and astronomy (particularly the theory of lunar movement)…The results were presented in the three-volume Théorie du mouvement de la lune…The work was not widely read and received criticism that was not always unfounded; but it is of notable scientific and philosophical value, and as such it was well received."-D.S.B., XI, pp. 6-7. The first volume, in particular, has a number of scientific notes and scraps of notes in Plana's hand tipped-in or laid-in.Fine set and rather uncommon.

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        MENTAL AMUSEMENT. An Entertaining and Instructive Game; comprising two hundred and forty subjects on history, geography, astronomy, &c.

      Comprising: 40 printed cards, bearing a total of 240 answers, and a small book of rules and corresponding questions; all contained in the original slipcase, with printed label to the upper face. Covers of the book are a little chipped and creased; else a very good complete set. Scarce. Some of the questions and corresponding answers are quite amusing. 'What are the chief articles of commerce from America? Cotton, Furs, Cochineal, Tobacco, Rice, Sugar, and Drugs, &c. For what is Guinea noted? For the sale of slaves.

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        Neuestes Gemälde von Australien.

      Vienna: Anton Doll, 1832. Octavo, with six full-page copperplate engravings; in an attractive contemporary European binding of glazed paper masquerading as quarter calf with russet label, marbled paper spine and boards. An early German-language history of New Holland, featuring crisp images of Sydney and Hobart, after Leopold Beyer and Sainson respectively. The work begins with a helpful introduction to the voyages of exploration, including a chronological table, and is followed by a long review of New Holland (pages 39-126). Later sections detail many of the most important islands in the Pacific, including good reviews of Hawaii, New Zealand and New Guinea.All of the plates make a lovely contribution to the visual history of the Pacific. Apart from the views of Sydney and Hobart, there are also strong depictions of Carteret Bay on the Bismarck Archipelago, the funerary practices of the Solomon Islands, a scene of the restrictions for taboo in Tonga, and of a British settlement in Tahiti.The work was published as volume 30 of Schütz's series Allgemeine Erdkunde, and a list of all the titles is given at the back. As this individual volume is the only one in the series relevant to the Pacific, it is commonly sold by itself: both the Mitchell Library and National Library of Australia copies are recorded as a single volume. Some old and small library stamps throughout, early shelf-mark on front board, but a very nice copy.

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        Les Saint-Simoniens dans leur maison de Ménilmontant : description des travaux des Saint-Simoniens, leurs différens emplois selon ce que chacun d'eux est capable de faire, et l'histoire de Saint-Simon depuis sa naissance jusqu'à sa mort, ses aventures en France et dans les pays étrangers, et la grande dispute concernant ce que veulent les Saints-Simoniens.

      Paris, Chez Adolphe R..., imprimerie de Sever, (1832). ____ Très rare affiche de propagande saint-simonienne, illustrée d'un bois gravé de facture naïve. Encadrement récent. *****. In-plano. [520 x 410 mm] Collation : AFFICHE.

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        Figaro in Chesterfield. 'A rod for a fool's back'.

      2 vols in 1: 200p; 376p, each vol. with a collective title page. Folded frontis. plate of 'Jackey Turner, a well known character in Chesterfield', drawn by White. Modern green cloth covered boards with the remains of the original title label to spine. Bookplate to front pastedown: William Swift.Vol. 1, no. 1, July 21, 1832 - vol. 2, no. 47, October 31, 1835. 70 issues, of 71, lacking vol. 2, no. 3. No more published.A very scarce anti-Tory weekly newspaper. A very scarce anti-Tory weekly newspaper.

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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

      London: Whittaker, Treacher, and Company, 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.

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        Cruchley's New Plan of London Improved to 1832.

      1832 - London, 1832. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen as issued, total 560 x 1440mm. Repairs to linen at folds. A decorative map of London, extending west to Hammersmith and Kensal Green, north to Regents Park, east to Bromley-by-Bow and the East India Docks, and south to Kennington and Chelsea. Of interest is the line of the 'Proposed London and Greenwich Railway', not opened until 1936. The decorative border, which contains the title, is on strips of paper pasted over the edge of the map: thus Cruchley could market the same map in different formats. Engraved in the lower border is an an advert: 'This map can be had on the same scale to extend to Highgate, Hampstead, Clapton.' HOWGEGO: 304, C 1a.

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        Ueber Kunst und Alterthum. (Hrsg. von Johann Wolfgang v. Goethe). 18 Hefte (alles Erschienene). Mit 5 (1 gef.) Kupfertafeln von Ch. A. Schwerdgeburth und 2 gefalt. Tabellen. Bibliophile Pappbände um 1900 mit 2 farb. Rückenschildern. Alle bedruckten Orig.-Umschläge sind beigebunden.

      Stuttgart, Cotta, 1816-1832. - Erste Ausgabe, die ersten drei Hefte erschienen mit dem erweiterten Titel ". in den Rhein-und Mayn-Gegenden". Die Zeitschrift enthält literarische, ästhetische und kulturgeschichtliche Beiträge, teils in Zusammenarbeit mit Heinrich Meyer. Die Umschläge der ersten drei Hefte sind nach einem Entwurf Goethes gestochen. Die Zeitschrift wurde "das Publikationsorgan des alten Goethe für alle kulturellen Belange . Was später als 'Maximen und Reflexionen' bekannt wurde, war in den Heften verstreut, ebenso 'zahme Xenien'" (Conrady). Das letzte Heft gaben die 'Weimarer Kunstfreunde' aus dem Nachlaß heraus; "es enthält u. a. zwei Briefe Goethes über den Abschluß des Faust, wovon der eine, an W. v. Humboldt gerichtet, am 17. März 1832, dem Tag, an dem Goethe tödlich erkrankte, geschrieben ist" (Deneke 478). Unser Exemplar besitzt alle Orig.-Broschuren. "Diese sind wichtig, da sie nicht nur die Inhaltsverzeichnisse und Verlagsanzeigen, sondern teilweise auch Nachträge und Sprüche enthalten" (Deneke). Das zweite Heft des 6. Bandes trägt einen Trauerrand, da es nach dem am 14. Juni erfolgten Tode Karl Augusts erschienen ist. Der Absatz der Hefte verlief schleppend. Noch 1909 konnten 16 der 18 Hefte geliefert werden. Diesem Umstand ist sicher diese optimale Überlieferung der Zeitschrift zu verdanken. – Unterschiedlich stockfleckig, frisches Exemplar. – Goed. IV 3, 542-571. Hagen 487. Hirzel A 327. Meyer 1114, 1176, 119,1269, 1320, 1400, 1418, 1461, 1476, 1484, 1521, 1622, 1645, 1706 und 2169. Kippenberg I 525. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Black-capped Lory. Lorius domicella.

      Edward Lear Black-capped Lory [Purple-naped Lory]. Lithograph with original hand-colour from 'Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae or Parrots', London, 1832. . Paper size: 540 x 374 mm. Image size approx. 29 £5500

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        The Refugee in America: a novel. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols.

      Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. 1832 Half titles, final ad. leaf vol. III. Uncut in contemp. drab boards, paper labels; vols II & III chipped at tail with sl. loss. Bookseller's ticket: Lee late Bettison, Cheltenham. Contemp. owner's signatures on titlepages. A well-preserved copy in original binding.Sadleir XIXC 3235; Wolff 6825. Trollope's first novel: the adventures of young Lord Darcy, who flees to America after fatally wounding the roguish poacher Richard Dally, killer of his beloved pet spaniel.

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        La Scienza degli Ingegneri nella direzione delle opere di fortificazione e d'architettura civile, con Note del signor Navier. Versione italiana di Luigi Masieri. Milano, aspese degli Editori, 1818

      1832. 2 volumi in-4, testo e tavole, pp. 409, 43 (Note di Navier), 52 tavole d'architettura, su doppia pagina, ivcise in rame. Leg. del tempo in mezza tela (rustica). Prima traduzione italiana dell'importante trattato di architettura civile e militare del Belidor (1693-1761), che promosse e fece eseguire fondamentali lavori di tecnica costruttiva, stradale e militare, in Francia a nord di Parigi. L'edizione originale venne pubblicata a Parigi nel 1729: La presente ne è la fedele traduzione ed è corredata dalle tavole tecnico-architettoniche relative.

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        A Treatise on the Law of Executors and Administrators. In Two Volumes

      First edition of Vaughan Williams' classic treatise, still in print, and a "great work" in Holdsworth's words, further observing that "[t]he author shows a mastery of all the authorities on his subject, from the sixteenth century onwards". Contemporary calf, rebacked, quite rubbed and scraped and some foxing, yet a good usable set. Saunders and Benning, Law Booksellers . . . 43, Fleet Street, London, 1832.

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        Chronik der Stadt Landshut in Bayern. 3 Teile in 4 Lieferungsbänden.

      Landshut Joseph Tomann 1832 - 6 Bl., 132 S.; S. 133-255; 2 Bl., 222 S., 1 Bl.; XVI, 268 (recte 258) S. 8° (ca. 17 x 11 cm). Original-Glanzpapierpappe mit Goldschnitt (3 Bände) und Original-Seide mit Silberschnitt, jeweils mit lithographierter Illustration in Golddruck auf allen Deckeln. Seltene Stadtgeschichte, komplett und im Lieferungszustand vorliegend: Teil I erschien in zwei separaten Heften, die Teile II und III jeweils als Doppelheft (auf dem Vorderdeckel gekennzeichnet: III./IV. Heft bzw. V./VI. Heft). Heft I auf den Innendeckeln mit einer Anzeige des Verlags und Verbesserungen. - Fest gebundenes Vorzugs- bzw. Geschenkexemplar für einen hochadeligen Abnehmer: Heft 2 in Seide gebunden, die restlichen Bände in weiße Glanzpapierpappe, bei allen Bänden auf dem Vorderdeckel ein liegender Löwe mit dem Stadtwappen, auf den Rückdeckeln die St. Martins Kirche. - Vorsätze leicht stockfleckig, sonst sauber. Die Einbände wenig bestoßen und gering angestaubt, der Golddruck stellenweise etwas abgerieben, unterer Rücken jeweils mit kleinem Papieretikett. Schönes Exemplar. *Lentner 8715 (nur Teil III). Pfister I, 526. Gewicht (Gramm): 650

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        Cuestiones nacionales. Contestación al Lucero o los falsos y peligrosos principios en descubierto con la refutación a los autores escondidos bajo el título de Cosmopolita y Porteño

      Ediciones de Ymprenta del Estado 1832/33, Corrientes - Argentina - CON: "El verdadero patriota amigo de los pueblos, de los gobiernos y de los intereses generales de la Nación". Complementa el folleto "Cuestiones Nacionales". Contesta la Editorial de "El Lucero" firmado por García del Corsio. En 4º, 10 pp. ARDOROSA DEFENSA DE FERRÉ DE LAS ECONOMÍAS REGIONALES. Este impreso fue publicado en respuesta a los libelos que atacaban a Corrientes y sus hombres. Si bien la publicación es anónima (salvo la proclama firmada por Pedro Ferré como Gobernador de los correntinos), no se pone en duda que los textos son obras de José Simón García de Cossio. Se trata de un alegato de estos dirigentes correntinos que defienden los intereses de un capitalismo nacionalista, no extranjerizante. 1 volumen(es)/volume(s) 49 páginas

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        Bibliophobia. Remarks on the Present Languid and Depressed State of Literature and the Book Trade. In a Letter addressed to the Author of the "Bibliomania." By Mercurius Rusticus. With notes by Cato Parvus

      London: Henry Bohn, 1832. One of 100 Large Paper Copies. 102 pp. With the errata slip tipped in at B1. 8vo. Original boards, printed paper label to upper cover, neatly rebacked. Scattered light foxing, some wear to board edges, a very good copy. One of 100 Large Paper Copies. 102 pp. With the errata slip tipped in at B1. 8vo. Large paper copy in original boards. Jackson 82; Windle and Pippin A60. Provenance: Oliver Pemberton (bookplate)

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        Neuestes Conversationslexikon für alle Stände. Von einer Gesellschaft deutscher Gelehrten bearbeitet. Band I - VIII ( cpl. )

      Band I - VIII cpl. ( hier ohne den meist fehlenden Tafelband ). Erschienen 1832 - 1838. Mit 491, 542, 594, 512, 567, 632, 747 Seiten ( hier in 1494 Spalten gezählt, wobei einige Spalten hier fehlerhaft und wenige auf dem Kopf fälschlicherweise eingebunden sind ), 510 Seiten ( hier fehlen die Seiten 497 - 504 ). Ansonsten augenscheinlich complett allerdings nicht bis ins einzelnste collationiert. Ohne die lithographierten Tafeln die meist in einem separaten Band erschienen sind. Bibliothekshalbleinen, 4. Umfangreiches Lexikon mit häufig recht langen und detaillierten Artikeln zu allen Bereichen der Geschichte, Geographie, Politik, Gesellschaft, Kunst etc....vielen biographischen Skizzen usw.. Vorläufer des später erschienen " Meyerschen Konversationslexikon ".. Zwar in stabilen, aber leider sehr unschönen privat verfertigten Halbleinwandbänden aufgebunden, wobei die ersten 6 Bände jeweils in 2 Bänden zusammengebunden wurden, Bd. 7 und 8 sind einzeln gebunden. Teilweise etwas knapp beschnitten ( nur ganz wenige Seiten mit minimalem Buchstabenverlust ), einige Seiten etwas fleckig, bzw. fingerfleckig. Wenige Seiten etwas angeknickt bzw. eselsohrig. - selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        The Refugee in America: a novel. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols.

      Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. 1832 Leading f.e.p. torn without loss, initial & following blank removed from vol. III. Contemp. brown calf, spine gilt in compartments & with raised gilt bands, black leather labels; top edge of front board vol. I sl. knocked, sl. rubbed. Armorial bookplates of Hugh Beaver. A good-plus copy.Sadleir XIXC 3235; Wolff 6825. Trollope's first novel: the adventures of young Lord Darcy, who flees to America after fatally wounding the roguish poacher Richard Dally, killer of his beloved pet spaniel.

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        Robin Hood: a Collection of all the Ancient Poems, Songs, and Ballads, now extant relative to that celebrated English Outlaw. To which are prefixed Historical Anecdotes of his Life

      First Edition thus London William Pickering 1832 First Pickering Edition (second edition overall; first published 1795), complete in two volumes. 8vo: viii, [2], [v]-cxxxv, [1],148; vi,261,[1]pp, with numerous woodcut illustrations (each tale with head- and tail-piece) by John and Thomas Bewick. Original brown ribbed cloth, covers decorated in blind with elaborate arabesques; spines ruled in blind and lettered in gilt, pale lemon end papers. Beautifully rebacked with original cloth spines laid down, else a Fine set, bindings firm and gilt bright, pages pristine (and largely unopened) without a trace of foxing, illustrations crisp. Tattersfield 2.543B. Menzies 1704. Lowndes 2098. Not in Roscoe. Fine Originally published by Ritson,"who continued from time to time to make additions to his own copy, from which the present edition has been carefully printed. The original engravings, by the celebrated Bewick, have again been used; and from the improved art of wood-cut-printing, will be found superior in clearness and beauty to the first impression." (from the Advertisement). The editor of this edition, according to Lowndes, was Ritson's nephew, who added in the appendix the Tale of Robin Hood and the Monk, of which Ritson was unaware. Lowndes also concurs that the "woodcuts are better struck off and clearer." Joseph Ritson was an English antiquarian notorious for vicious and blistering criticisms of his literary contemporaries, including Thomas Warton (History of English Poetry) and, most famously, Samuel Johnson (the edition of Shakespeare produced with George Steevens in 1783 particularly irked Ritson). But the work upon which Ritson's fame rests?"his single greatest achievement"? is this exhaustive Robin Hood. "For many years he had attempted to collect all the 'historical or poetical remains' concerning Robin Hood, and his research was so thorough that only a handful of 'remains' of any significance have subsequently been discovered." (ODNB) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. RARE; we locate only 2 other sets for sale worldwide.

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        Commentaries on the Law of Bailments, With Illustrations from the Civil and the Foreign Law. Cohen 2451

      Hilliard and Brown, Booksellers to the University. First edition of Story's first commentary, as he began his effort to establish an American applied legal science, "[s]uperbly organized, lucidly written, comprehensive in breadth [and] rang[ing] from the Codes of Justinian to the American frontier". Modern speckled calf, gilt, some foxing and browning and the occasional marking and notation, but a good copy. Hilliard and Brown, Booksellers to the University, Cambridge, 1832.

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        Nouvelles expériences sur le frottement, faites à Metz en 1831.

      Paris, Bachelier, 1832. ____ Première édition. On peut lire en tête de l'ouvrage un rapport très élogieux de Poisson, Arago et Navier :"le travail présenté par Mr Morin paraît mériter une grande confiance". Il a trouvé des résultats assez différents de ceux obtenus par Coulomb, en conduisant des expériences similaires. Ce mémoire a paru aussi dans le Recueil des savants étrangers de l'Académie des sciences. Professeur de mécanique à l'Ecole d'artillerie de Metz, Arthur Morin (1795-1880) a été par la suite directeur de l'Ecole des Arts et Métiers de Paris et membre de l'Académie des Sciences. Illustré par 9 planches dépliantes. Dos de la reliure épidermé, auréoles claires d'humidité dans le texte. Exemplaire avec la mention : "Metz, Ecole Royale d'artillerie" dorée sur le premier plat. *****. In-4. [251 x 205 mm] Collation : XVI, 128 pp., 9 planches h.-t. Demi-basane brune, étiquette de titre rouge, tranches jaunes. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Traité d'orfévrerie, bijouterie et joaillerie ; contenant la description détaillée des caractères physiques et chimiques des métaux et pierres précieuses qui constituent les matières premières de cette belle branche de l'industrie française; de leur extraction du sein de la terre ; de l'art de les essayer, de les évaluer et de les mettre en oeuvre ; et généralement tout ce qui se rapporte à la théorie ou à la pratique de ces trois arts, qui, par leur analogie, n'en font qu'un

      Delaunay & Borely ainé & Joanne frères & Levasseur & Marteau & Pailhiez & Vallory. First edition. Half red shagreen over marbled paper boards, spine in six compartments with black fillets to bands, foot of spine scratched (the initials of a former owner which have been scratched out), brown shagreen title label, covers preserved (a little rubbing to edges). Retaining its seven folding plates. Occasional spotting, principally affecting the plates of the second volume. Rare. Delaunay & Borely ainé & Joanne frères & Levasseur & Marteau & Pailhiez & Vallory Paris 1832 14,5x22cm relié

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        Autograph letter signed to Mr. Chauvin presenting a copy of the official account of his voyage.

      no place: no date but circa 1832. Single sheet of laid paper, 207 x 260 mm., folded vertically to form a letter, written in a small and neat hand to first page and addressed - but not stamped - to the last, old folds; excellent. A significant letter in which the great Pacific and Antarctic explorer Dumont d'Urville presents the first parts of his official account of his first voyage to the natural historian F.J. Chauvin of Caen, active in botanical studies in the mid-nineteenth century. Chauvin's herbarium is still held at the Université de Caen, and he is remembered by several plants named in his honour.In the letter, Dumont d'Urville sends Chauvin the "first two parts" of his voyage account, in the hope that they will be of interest. It may be that he was sending the first parts of the historical narrative of the voyage, first published in 1830, but given Chauvin's botanical studies, it is probably fair to assume that he was being sent the two parts of the Botanie volume, edited by Lesson & Richard (I. Essai d'une Flore de la Nouvelle Zelande. II. Sertum Astrolabianum, Paris, 1832-4). Only as a postscript to the letter does Dumont d'Urville remember to offer his regards to Chauvin's wife and little girl.Dumont d'Urville had sailed on the Astrolabe (Duperrey's old ship the Coquille, renamed in honour of La Pérouse) from Toulon in April 1826. He was instructed to explore the principal island groups in the South Pacific, completing the work of the Duperrey voyage, on which the commander himself had been a naturalist. Because of his great interest in natural history, huge amounts of scientific data and specimens were collected, described and illustrated in sumptuous folio atlases. The expedition stopped at the Cape of Good Hope, passed through Bass Strait visiting Port Phillip, and arrived at Sydney on 1 December 1828.Extensive visits were made to both Sydney and Parramatta, where Dumont d'Urville visited Samuel Marsden; the expedition sailed for New Zealand in January 1827, explored Tasman Bay, found a pass between an island in Cook Strait and the northern shore of South Island (the island consequently named D'Urville and the strait French Strait) and worked up the coast of North Island, completing the 'most comprehensive exploration of the islands since Cook's death'. They made Tonga in April 1827, explored the Fiji Archipelago, New Britain and New Guinea. In November, after a stop at Amboina, they coasted along the north-west coast of Australia and reached Tasmania. In 1828 they continued to Vanikoro in search of traces of La Pérouse, and stopped at Guam in the Marianas, before returning via the Cape of Good Hope, reaching Marseille on 25 March 1829.

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        Bibliophobia. Remarks on the Present Languid and Depressed State of Literature and the Book Trade. In a Letter addressed to the Author of the "Bibliomania." By Mercurius Rusticus. With notes by Cato Parvus

      Henry Bohn, London 1832 - One of 100 Large Paper Copies. 102 pp. With the errata slip tipped in at B1. 8vo. Large paper copy in original boards. Jackson 82; Windle and Pippin A60. Provenance: Oliver Pemberton (bookplate) Original boards, printed paper label to upper cover, neatly rebacked. Scattered light foxing, some wear to board edges, a very good copy 102 pp. With the errata slip tipped in at B1. 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The past and present state of the tea trade of England, and of the Continents of Europe and America;

      8vo., xi(1)222pp., together with a large folding table (sale prices of teas), well bound relatively recently in quarter calf over marbled boards, spine gilt lettered. A very good copy.Publisher: London: Parbury, Allen, & Co.Year: 1832Edition: First edition.

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        The Works of Lord Byron (With his Letters and Journals and his Life) edited by Thomas Moore [17 volumes]

      Published by John Murray 1832 -1833, London - , in 17 volumes, 17 engraved frontispieces with titles (including some tissue-guards), engraved half-title with various type-scripts to each volume, Vol I to XII 1832 and Vol XIII to XVII 1833, New Edition , slight rubbing to all volumes, occasional foxing to all volumes, a nice set in very good condition , half brown calf, blindstamped rules to covers, raised bands to spine with gilt decoration on bands, gilt rules and titles on label, upper edge gilt, marbled endpapers octavo, 17.5 x 11.5 cms Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Ornithology] A history of British birds. by Thomas Bewick

      Newcastle printed by Charles Henry Cook, for R. E. Bewick: sold by him, Longman and Co., London; and all booksellers. 1832 8vo: xl,386; xviii,424pp. Collated and complete in two volumes: I. containing the history and description of land birds; II. containing the history and description of water birds. Illustrated throughout with engravings on wood by Thomas Bewick. Uniformly bound in contemporary full polished calf, covers framed in double gilt fillets and leaf roll in blind, spines in five compartments with two black morocco lettering pieces gilt; end papers and edges marbled. Provenance: old book plates on front paste down and front fly leaf of both volumes. A superb set, bindings tight and secure, contents very fresh and bright without a trace of foxing or browning, rich impressions of the numerous woodcuts. Not in Roscoe. OCLC Number: 12197896. Fine According to ODNB, more than 600 distinct woodblocks were engraved for this two-volume work by the time the last of eight editions was published during Bewick's lifetime. "Apart from the excellence of the principal figures, the numerous tailpiece vignettes that enlivened every spare space in the book came in for special notice. . . . [Their] narrative content . . . is often ironic and displays a mordant view of the world and human folly . . . The gritty reality of the lives of the crippled old soldiers, road menders, blind beggars, and rain-soaked packmen who inhabit Bewick's landscapes is at odds with the sentimental view of those who now reproduce his work on pots and tea towels. . . Any comparison of Bewick's work with that of his predecessors makes clear how original it appeared at the time. Not only was there truth in outline and animated posture, but the habitat was beautifully realized." Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Mitchell's Travellers Guide through the United States. A Map of the Roads, Distances, Steam Boats & Canal Routes &c.

      Philadelphia. S. Augustus Mitchell. 1832. Map, handcolored engraving, 17 x 21 1/2 on sheet 17 1/2 x 21 3/4 inches, folding as issued into gilt decorative black leather covered boards 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. Cover worn, head of spine chipped, inner hinge split, previous owner's name and date of 1832 plus other pen marking on front pastedown; archivally repaired splits at several map folds, short separations at several fold intersections but overall the map is in very bright, crisp condition. There is no "single separate folded sheet" as described in the David Rumsey record for this map (there is paper residue to the front endpaper and this may have been where the folded sheet was tipped in). This is the first edition of this important map in the settlement of the United States. The map extends west to the Missouri Territory, with Mexico at the lower left corner, where Texas makes its appearance in later issues of the map. There are a total of nine map insets: Vicinity of Cincinnati; Vicinity of Albany; Vicinity of New Orleans; Vicinity of the Falls of Niagara; Vicinity of Boston; Vicinity of New York; Vicinity of Charleston; Vicinity of Baltimore and Washington; Vicinity of Philadelphia. This copy is lacking the printed index which in this edition appeared on a sheet of the same size as the map and was folded into the front cover. Shown are: Turnpike Roads, Principal travelling roads, Common roads, Canals, Rail Roads. A very handsome example of Mitchell's engraved maps, portraying the States on the eve of a rapid transformation.

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        PROBEN Aus der Schriftschneiderei Schrift- und Metall-Buchstaben-Giesserei....

      Frankfurt, 1832. 6 3/4 x 8. 82 leaves printed rectos only. Tipped to front end paper is a fold-out price list dated 1831; printed in black, green, blue, peach, & yellow. Linen spine & stiffened color-printed wraps, two old handmade wrap-around paper spine labels. A little wear and soiling, a bit of foxing, one leaf with a repaired tear. A very good copy in new tray case. An elegant specimen. The covers are printed with a geometric/mosaic pattern in brown, tan and green. Of the 30 pages of decorative material (a few on colored paper and two printed in blue), the last page features six multi-colored mosaic-patterned borders. Twenty-six leaves of Roman & Italic types are set in the opening lines of Cicero's speech to Catiline--"Quousque tandem abutere, Catilina." Frakturs, Egyptians (one page), a bit of Greek (half a page), and 4 leaves of Hebrew are also set in text. There are calendar cuts, cartouches, and a great variety of borders. An early use of colored printers' ornaments. Rare. A copy in Amsterdam has 82 ll. + the 2-leaf price list. Newberry has a copy with 81 ll. and another with 105 ll.Harvard has an incomplete copy of 58 ll. Bigmore & Wyman I p. 185....

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        On the Economy of Machinery and Manufacturers.

      London: Charles Knight, 1832. First edition, very rare large paper issue, of Babbage's pioneering work of political economy, "a remarkable performance of a remarkable man" (Schumpeter, p. 541), and "a turning point in economic writing" (ODNB). "The first edition of On the economy of machinery and manufacturers was issued in two versions: a large-paper version, of which a small number were printed for presentation only; and the regular version of which three thousand copies were issued" (OOC). "Babbage undertook the analysis of machinery and manufacturing processes to discover ideas and techniques that could be applied to the construction of his Difference Engine no. 1, which he knew would stretch the available mechanical technology to its limits. Primary themes of the book were the division of labor and the division of mental labor, to which Babbage devoted chapters 19 and 20. His chapter on the division of mental labor was an analysis of the methods used by de Prony in the production of his celebrated mathematical tables. Babbage had seen de Prony's manuscript table in 1819, and around 1820 began planning the Difference Engine no. 1 based on the principles of division of labor. With this goal, Babbage visited factories throughout England, inspecting every machine and every industrial process. Rather than a study limited to engineering and manufacturing techniques, his book turned out to be an analysis of manufacturing processes within their economic context. Written when manufacturing was undergoing rapid development and radical change, the book represents an original contribution to British economics. "On the economy of machinery and manufacturers was also the first book on operations research, discussing topics like the regulation of power, control of raw materials, division of labor, times studies, the advantage of size in manufacturing, inventory control, and duration and replacement of machinery. On pages 166 and 167 Babbage analyzed the production of his book as an example of the cost of each step in a particular production process. The work was Babbage's most complete and professional piece of writing, and the only one of his books that went through four editions in his lifetime" (OOC). "Adam Smith had never really abandoned the belief, reasonable enough in his day, that agriculture was the principal source of British wealth; Ricardo's ideas were focused on corn; Babbage for the first time authoritatively placed the factory in the centre of the stage. The book is at once a hymn to the machine, an analysis of the development of machine-based production in the factory, and a discussion of social relations in industry... "The Economy of manufacturers established Babbage's position as a political economist and its influence is well attested, particularly on John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx. Babbage's pioneering discussion of the effect of technical development on the size of industrial organizations was followed by Mill and the prediction of the continuing increase in the size of factories, often cited as one of Marx's successful economic predictions, in fact derives from Babbage's analysis... Babbage wrote with many talents: a natural philosopher and mechanical engineer, his knowledge of factory and workshop practice was encyclopaedic; he was well-versed in relevant business practice; and he was without rival as a mathematician among contemporary British political economists (Hyman, pp. 103-4). Origins of Cyberspace 42; A. W. Van Sinderen, 'The printed papers of Charles Babbage,' Annals of the History of Computing, Vol. 2, 1980, pp. 169-85, no. 45; A. Hyman, Charles Babbage, Pioneer of the Computer, 1982; J. Schumpeter, History of Economic Analysis, Oxford University Press, New York 1954; For a detailed analysis, see N. Rosenberg, Babbage: Pioneer Economist (http://projects.exeter.ac.uk/babbage/rosenb.html). Large 8vo (217 x 135), fine contemporary English calf with raised bands and black spine label (extremeties with some light wear), engraved book plate of the a banker and politician Baron Hambro to front paste down pp. xvi, 320, [2, advertisements], including added engraved title (with some spotting, less than is usual for this book). A fine and clean copy.

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        Viaje alrededor del mundo hecho en los años 1768, 69, 70 y 71 por el célebre Santiago Cook, Comandante del navío del Rey El Endeavour... Traducido del francés por D. Santiago de Alvarado y de la Peña.

      Madrid: Imprenta de Don Tomás Jordan, 1832. Six volumes, duodecimo, 6 engraved plates (one in each volume), original blue printed wrappers preserved, early owner's name on the title-pages, old stamps from Barcelona library, bookplates of José Gallart Folch; a charming set in contemporary Spanish quarter calf, gilt. Very uncommon first Spanish edition of Cook's first voyage, published in 1832 as part of a series called the "New Library of Modern Voyages useful and interesting for Spanish youth."This work has a charming series of six plates which include a scene in Tahiti featuring the Chief Mourner, two New Zealand scenes (a warrior in profile, the war canoe), and concluding with a dramatic scene on board the Endeavour. The presence of the original printed wrappers bound-in is of more than passing interest as the back wrappers give an interesting overview of how the set was marketed, being sold for 6 reales per volume as they were issued whether in Madrid or in the provinces, and stressing the value of the work for the instruction of youth. Each volume would subsequently be priced 8 reales per volume.The translator, Alvarado y de la Pen?a, based his work on the French edition. He also prepared at least one other work of Australian interest, an edition of George Barrington published in Madrid circa 1815.Beddie listed copies in the Mitchell and National Library.

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        Scènes de la vie privée

      Record Pierre:half sheepskin navy binding, back with false nerves decorated (1860). Publishing great partly original. autograph dedication of the author: Monsieur Leduc, the author of Balzac. Erasures on qualification and the dedicatee's name suggests that Balzac resumed his dedication. 13 The last two volumes contain first edition: the Council, the Exchange, the Duty of a woman's Singles, the start of the Woman of Thirty, the Rendezvous, the Finger of God, the two meetings, the Atonement (five chapters, unrelated, form the first draft of the Woman of thirty years). Imprimerie de Madame-Delaunay Paris 1832 13x20,5cm 4 volumes reliés

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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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        Kaspar Hauser, the foundling of Nuremberg. By Anselm von Feuerbach ... translated, and accompanied with notes, by (Philip Henry,) Earl Stanhope. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION.

      n.p. (Tilling, Printer, Chelsea.) 1832 Front. port. BOUND WITH: Materialien zur Geschickte Kaspar Hausers gesammelt und herausgegeben von dem Grafen Stanhope. Heidelberg, 1835, J.E.B. Mohr. BOUND WITH: Auszug eines Briefs des Grafen Stanhope au den hern Schullehrer Meyer in Ansbach ... Marz 1834. Als Manuscript gedruckt. Carlsruhe, Wilhelm Hasper. 1834. Recent plain half brown cloth, marbled boards in 19thC style.There is only a single copy of the first pamphlet (164pp) recorded on Copac, at Durham, a single copy of the second pamphlet (119pp) in the BL, and no copies of the 17pp Carlsruhe pamphlet. The case of Kaspar Hauser, 1812(?)-1833, a supposed 'foundling child' brought up in a dungeon, excited much interest throughout Europe. He first appeared in Nuremberg in 1828. Feuerbach was the Bavarian judge who investigated the case and placed Hauser with a schoolmaster, Friedrich Daumer. After incidents where Hauser was attacked, or appeared to have been attacked, Stanhope took an interest and became Hauser's foster parent, placing him with another schoolmaster, Johann Meyer, at Ansbach. After an argument between Meyer and Hauser in 1833, the latter came home wounded and later died from injuries which were suspected of being self-inflicted. Stanhope, who had originally promised to bring Hauser to England, admitted after the death of his protégé that he had been duped.

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        Report From The select Committee on Post Communication with Ireland With Minutes of Evidence and Appendix

      Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed - 1832. Disbound. 295pp large folio disbound.Complete with a fine hand coloured Map of Ireland showing the post Towns and Conveyances throughout Ireland+ one other map.There are forty eight Appendicies which make facinating reading. . . . . .

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        Shag, or Green Comorant

      1832-37 1832 - Vol V Shag or Green Comorant, Phalacrocorax cristatus [Phalacrocorax aristotelis], John and Elizabeth Gould. £650

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        LECOCQ Charles Méditation Religieuse Manuscrit Orgue Violon

      - LECOCQ Charles Méditation Religieuse pour Violon et Orgue par Charles Lecocq (1832-1918) Manuscrit Musical Autographe de Charles Lecocq 5 + 3 pages 35.0 x 27.0 cm Très bon état 022358 Partitions rares et de collection [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Esquisses pittoresques et descriptives de la Ville de Naples et de ses environs.

      1832. Esquisses pittoresques et descriptives de la Ville de Naples et de ses environs. Deuxième partie: Vues de Naples et de ses principaux édifices. S.l.n.d. ma Napoli, Cuciniello e Bianchi, 1832. In 8vo (cm.30x23); pp.80. Mancano quattordici pagine di testo, da pag.57 a pag.71. 24 splendide tavole che raffigurano tutti i luoghi più suggestivi della città: Napoli dal mare, la Riviera di Chiaia, l'Immacolatella, Napoli da Mergellina, Palazzo Donn'Anna, la Villa Reale, la Chiesa del Carmine, il Ponte della Maddalena, Napoli da Capodichino, Mergellina, Santa Lucia, Porta Medina, Napoli da Capodimonte, Napoli dalla Marinella, il Chiatamone, il Molo, il San Carlo, il Palazzo Reale, il Porto, il Museo, etc. Le tavole sono litografie dai disegni di Giacinto Gigante. Legatura editoriale in cart., titolo in nero al piatto anteriore. Rarissimo.

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        Die kleine Stella und ihre Puppe. Ein ergötzliches und belehrendes Büchlein für kleine Mädchen, die lesen können und mit der Puppe spielen, von Karl Blumauer, Verfasser von: "Die kleinen Enkel am Knie des erzählenden Großvaters" und mehreren anderen Juge

      Mit 6 colorirten Kupfern, VIII, 138 (statt 142) S., 12 quer, Opbd.. Erste Ausgabe. - Wegehaupt III, 362. - Doderer-LKJ I, 277 u. IV, 73-74 (ausführlich). - Ebd. berieb. u. braunfl., Deckelecken best., Rücken mit Leinenstreifen überklebt Papier begriffen u. stlw. stockfl., Seite I-VIII u. 1-38 mit 2x1cm Ausriß im unt. Falz (außerhalb von Bild u. Text), Erscheinungsjahr ("1832") mit Kugelschreiber auf u. hint. Titel geschrieben, Innengelenk zwischen S. VIII u. 1 gebrochen, Seite 1-36 gelockert u. tlw. aus der Bindung gerissen mit Randläsuren u. Einrissen im Falz (davon 4 Blatt lose), es fehlen die (Text-) Seiten 7/8 u. 31/32, Innengelenk zwischen Seite 128 u. letztem Kupfer gebrochen (dieses u. Seite 129/139 zur Hälfte aus der Bindung gelöst).

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        Critiques et portraits littéraires

      Eugène Renduel 1832 - - Eugène Renduel, Paris 1832-1839, 14x22,5cm, 5 volumes reliés. - Edition originale, le premier volume étant à la bonne date de 1832, ce qui est très rare selon Clouzot. Reliures en demi maroquin de Russie bleu marine à coins, dos lisses ornés de cartouches décorés de frises florales dorées, dates dorées en queues, filets dorés sur les plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservées, élégantes reliures dans le goût romantique signées de Champs. Rare et agréable exemplaire établi dans une parfaite reliure romantique de Champs. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition, the first volume being on the correct date in 1832, which is very rare according Clouzot. Binders half morocco navy Russia with corners, back smooth decorated with decorated golden floral friezes cartridges, golden dates in tails, golden fillets on marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, covers and backs preserved, elegant bindings in the romantic taste signed fields. Rare and nice copy drawn in a perfect romantic binding Champs. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Exposition de la doctrine médicale homoéopathique, ou organon de l'art de guérir accompagnée de fragmens des autres ouvrages de l'auteur et suivie d'une pharmacopée homoéppathique

      Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1832. 1832, 1832, in-8, IV, 524 pp, broché, couverture imprimée, double emboîtage moderne, Première traduction française par Antoine-Jacques-Louis Jourdan de cet ouvrage fondamental et très recherché dans lequel sont exposés les fondements de la médecine homéopathique par Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), fondateur de cette discipline. L'ouvrage fut publié pour la première fois, à Dresde en 1810, sous le titre : Organon der rationellen Heilkunde. Ex-libris de le Congrégation de la Mission Saint-Lazare. Bon exemplaire, non rogné. Couverture un peu fanée

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