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      London: James J. Welsh, 1833. First Edition. Short biographical sketch of the popular German musician Charles (or Carl/Karl) Eulenstein (1802-1890), who's performances gained him celebrity in Great Britain in the late 1820s and whose preferred instrument the Jews' harp (Eulenstein also played the guitar) is described on p. [1] as both "eminently beautiful" and, in a quotation in a footnote, more dissonant than "the creaking of hinges [or] the mewing of cats." Etymologically, the Jews' Harp is not, in fact, a Jewish musical tradition, but a corruption of "Jaw's Harp," one of the oldest known musical instruments, dating as far back in China as the 4th century B.C. OCLC locates 11 copies as of April, 2015, only 4 outside the United Kingdom (Iowa, Newberry, Texas, and Western U. (Ontario)). Octavo (19.5cm.); original red cloth, printed cream paper cover label; [4],69,[3](ads)pp.; engraved portrait frontispiece. Expertly rebacked to match, original cloth a bit faded along extremities; frontispiece heavily foxed, recent bookseller label to front pastedown, else Very Good and sound. Errata slip bound in rear. With numerous contemporary holograph corrections throughout, most likely made in preparation of the second edition, as many are of a semantic rather than purely factual nature (for example, on p. 12, lines 2 and 3 from the bottom, the text reads: "...figures of [the] poverty-stricken music-professors [of Heilbronn] haunted their imaginations"). A second edition was published by the London firm of C. & H. Senior in 1840, published under the authorship of a John Sayer, and revised by "a lady intimately acquainted for a long period with the circumstances of Mr. Eulenstein's life by whom a few additional facts have been supplied." Whether the annotations in this copy are in Sayer's, Welsh's, Senior's, or the lady's hand is unclear. Traces of a contemporary inscription on original pastedown now obscured by new pastedown would potentially reveal the original owner.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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        Wahrheit aus Jean Paul's Leben. Erstes bis Achtes Heftlein (alles Erschienene). 8 Teile in 7 Bänden. Mit gestoch. Porträt von L. Meyer jun. nach E. Foerster und 4 mehrf. gefalt. Faksimiles. Grüne Halblederbde d. Z. (etwas berieben) mit Rückentitel, Rückenvergoldung und reicher Blindprägung. Marmorpapiervorsätze.

      Breslau, Max, 1826-1833. - Selten vollständige erste Ausgabe dieser Nachlassveröffentlichung. Enthält überaus reiches Quellenmaterial zu Jean Pauls Leben (1763-1825) und seinen Arbeiten, von Christian Otto und nach dessen Tode von Ernst Förster unter Mithilfe von Karoline und Emma Richter aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben. Im ersten Band ist hier zum ersten Mal das autobiographische Fragment 'Selberlebensbeschreibung' abgedruckt, ferner eine reiche Sammlung von Briefen von und an Jean Paul sowie Materialien aus dem 'Vita-Buch'. Das Porträt wurde von L. Meyer jun. nach Ernst Foerster gestochen. "Jean Paul hing vor allem durch Herder und K. Ph. Moritz eng mit der geistigen Welt der Sturm- und Drangzeit zusammen, aus deren Boden die Blüte der deutschen Selbstbiographie im 18. Jahrhundert entsprossen war. In mancher Beziehung kann er als ein bezeichnender Vertreter dieser Geistesströmung inmitten eines späten Geschlechts gelten . Deutlich wurden diese Zusammenhänge erst, als Jean Paul seit 1818 daranging, seine Jugenderinnerungen und die Geschichte seiner Kindheit aufzuzeichnen. Sie sind im ersten Band des Sammelwerks 'Die Wahrheit aus Jean Pauls Leben' erschienen und schlagen machtvoll die Töne an, die dann in allen den Kindheits- und Jugenderinnerungen der nächsten Zeit innig und klangreich nachhallen" (Klaiber). – Schönes, kaum fleckiges Exemplar. – Goed. V 466, 37 (nur Band 1). Berend 192 (kennt nur 2 Faksimiles). Klaiber S. 188 f. Wagner-Egelhaaf S. 169. Nicht bei Borst.

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        Marburg und seine Umgebung in Grundriss und Ansichten. Der Erinnerung gewidmet. (9 lithographische Ansichten nach Hach und ein gefalteter Plan nach Eckhardt: St. Elisabeths-Kirche in Marburg - Lith. v. W. Kuhl. Die Universitäts-Bibliothek zu Marburg - Lith. v. W. Kuhl. Das Landkrankenhaus zu Marburg - Lith. v. W. Kuhl. Marburg von der Ostseite - lith. von F. C. Vogel. Pfeifer's Garten - lith. vo. F. C. Vogel. Marburg von der Papiermühle aus - lith. v. F. C. Vogel. Das Pfannkuchenhäuschen - lith. v. F. C. Vogel. Das Anatomie-Gebäude zu Marburg - lith. v. F. C. Vogel. Das Schloss von der Nordseite - lith. v. F. C. Vogel. (alle Bildmaße ca. 8 x 13 cm, Blattmaß ca. 11,2 x 18 cm) Marburg und seine Umgebung. Maasstab = 1: 10660 d. nat. Gr. - Gez.

      Marburg, Chr. Garthe, 1833 (Ansichten-Lithos teils früher,) - Das Papier-Etui ist fleckig, berieben und bestoßen, unterer Kante teils aufgeplatzt; der Plan ist an den teils eingerissenen Falzen (alt) hinterlegt und dadurch dort etwas braunfleckig; die Ansichten sind minimal bis mäßig und stärker stockfleckig. Insgesamt ist dieses sehr seltene Werk wohl so vollständig und noch in insgesamt befiedigendem Zustand. 9 Ansichten, 1 gefalteter Plan, Deutsch 1000g [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Journal of a Voyage from Calcutta to Van Diemen's Land [with] Illustrations to Prinsep's Journal of a Voyage

      London: Smith & Elder, 1833. Complete set in fine original condition, comprising: Text, duodecimo, folding map, very good in the original cloth with paper label to front, the label rather worn; and Views, two parts quarto, the fine India paper issue of the ten views, the eleventh plate the engraved plan of Hobart, folding plate a little creased at the folds, but generally very good indeed in the original illustrated titling-wrappers. With the suite of views in original wrappers, and including the marvellous panorama of Hobart. One of the scarcer Australian view-books and a famous Tasmanian rarity. This is a most attractive set, with the text in the original green cloth, and the accompanying plates in the finer India paper issue and retaining the original titling wrappers."Mr and Mrs Augustus Prinsep were members of a large English merchant family living in Calcutta. After an extended visit to Van Diemen's Land between 1829 and 1830 Augustus Prinsep died unexpectedly. Mrs Prinsep published a short account of their travels under the title The Journal of a Voyage from Calcutta to Van Diemen's Land in London in 1833 as a memorial of their last trip together. In a note at the end of that slim duodecimo volume she advised that a set of illustrations to the voyage would be published if there was any public interest. Clearly there was, since that same year a set of ten fine lithographs was issued in two parts, quarto, to accompany the text. The illustrations are after her own sketches and others made by Captain Thomas Prinsep, her brother-in-law. Seven of the plates are of Van Diemen's Land and three are of Penang and Angir" (Australian Rare Books).

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Gesamtans., "Kettwig a. d. Ruhr".

      . Lithographie v. Welsch, 1833, 11,2 x 16,5.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Dizionario di Fisica e Chimica applicata alle arti secondo le dottrine di Libes, Chaptal, Bertholet e Parkes e giusta le teorie moderne ed i metodi più semplici introdottisi nei diversi processi chimici. Con tavole in Rame

      Presso Bertani, Antonelli & C., Livorno 1833 - 9 volumi in-8 (225x150 mm.). Belle legature coeve in mezza pelle con titoli, fregi e bordure in oro ai dorsi. Tagli macchiettati. Insieme candido e intonso di questa monumentale opera, completa anche dei ritratti in ovale dell'autore, del conte Pietro Moscati (spesso mancanti) e delle 327 tavole fuori testo incise in rame. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico]
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        Russia Or, Miscellaneous Observations on the Past and Present State of that Country and its Inhabitants Compiled from Notes made on the Spot, during Travels, at different times, in the service of the Bible Society, and a Residence of many Years in that Country

      London: Seeley and Sons, 1833., 1833. First Edition. 8vo; pp. (8), 486, (2). Complete with 8 hand-coloured lithographs. Publisher's original green cloth spine with black title label, grey paper covered boards. Title label chipped. Extremities bumped and rubbed, corners frayed, boards rubbed and marked, joints starting but strong. Bookplate to paste down. Light foxing to first and last couple of leaves. One gathering slightly protruding. Wear consistant with the age of the book. Text sound and clean. The plates are fine. A very good copy indeed, unusual in its original cloth backed binding.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Important Collection of Early American Railroad Documents of The Hartford, Providence and Fishkill Railroad Company

      ca. 1833 - 1885.. Very good condition. Fascinating collection of approximately 100 documents pertaining to the development and operation of one of the earliest branch lines on the east coast, connecting Hartford to Providence, (and later Fishkill New York), planned in 1833 by a group of Hartford Connecticut businessmen, and chartered in 1847. This was a key transportation route for the Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut textile industries, established at the dawn of the American age of railroad. Although the line was never built as far east as Fishkill, NY (on the Hudson River), this would have provided an important transportation route for raw materials such as coal to travel from the west to the east, and for finished goods such as textiles and imports to travel from Providence on the east coast to the American west via the Hudson River and the Erie Canal. The westernmost depot completed was Waterbury Ct, and the work of laying the last 50.77 miles of track from there to Willimantic was laid in 1849. Cities served by the line include, from west to east: Waterbury, Bristol, New Britain, Newington, Hartford, Manchester, Vernon, Windham, Bolton, Andover and Willimantic.The archive consists primarily of correspondence, approximately 70 items from a variety of parties, including the paymaster, construction supervisors, attorneys, bankers, and top officials of the railroad. Many of the documents are not on letterhead, however, some of the Boston firms represented here are: Brooks & Ball, James F. C. Hyde, Maverick National Bank, and Thomas E. and F. H. Graves Attorneys. Connecticut firms include: Putnam Aqueduct Company, Samuel F. Jones, and First National Bank of Putnam. Rhode Island includes The Providence Journal. There are approximately half a dozen expense & claim sheets listing amounts under the headings Engineering, Real Estate, Grading & Masonry, Stations, Superstructure, Salaries & Labor, Incidental Expenses, Fencing, Track Repairs, Machine Shop Construction, Bridge Repairs, and Lumber, with each of the headings broken out for Ct. or RI. There are also approx. 20 checks on early Connecticut banks, including Home National Bank of West Meriden (1880s), the West Meriden Brittania Company, W. Bement, Treasurer of the NY & NH RR (1860s), and the Providence State Bank to William H. Hoppin, Treasurer (1850s). The most fascinating correspondence is that of the railroad's attorney in Providence, Samuel Currey (sometimes spelled Curry) and the President, James Bunce, during the period of financial difficulty which ended with the replacement of Bunce by William Sprague, previously governor of Rhode Island, and the absorption of the H P F by the much larger and successful New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. A letter from Currey to Bunce dated March 27, 1855, demonstrates Currey's concerns for his own finances and for the future of the company: "Considering however that you are soon as rumor has it to leave the Presidency of the Company, and doubting very much what may become of its affairs when its interests pass into other hands, I own that I feel apprehensive of being a much greater loser by the Company than I had until very recently expected." Other correspondence from Currey to Bunce shows the difficulties encountered in constructing the line through what had been predominantly farm land, with many claims made by landowners for fencing, borrow pits and other items: "I am sorry to inform you that several other land owners between the Summit and the state line are more or less in the same situation as to fencing the road with [Mr. Wickes] and even if they forbear to resort to the extreme leniency provided by the Charter, they will claim damages [because] to claim anything of a railroad is to get it". (April 21, 1855).Many documents pertain to the actual day to day running of the business, including land being acquired by the railroad, engineering field notes, disputes & claims made by existing landowners, claims by passengers injured by the railroad, construction documents pertaining to the station houses, bridges and tracks, accounting reports, tallies of tickets sold, and a variety of financial documents. This collection provides a fascinating glimpse into the life of a railroad which played a central role in supplying the transportation needs for eastern Connecticut's and Rhode Island's textile mills during the Industrial Revolution. Parts of the Hartford Providence and Fishkill line still exist today as a rail trail. As Jamie H. Eves writes in 'Transportation, Railroads, and the Mills' (Windham Textile and History Museum, MillMuseum.org): "hikers routinely walk along portions of the old H. P. & F. bed between Bolton and Willimantic, a distance of about 14 miles. ... One imagines the countryside as it must have looked a century ago – an open, undulating land of farms and fields, with only a few trees, and the great sweeping vistas of the Hop River Valley below. The green, pastoral landscape would have offered a compelling contrast to the sooty black trains, the billowing clouds of coal smoke, the piercing whistle of the steam engines, the loud chuffing of gears, and the rhythmic clacking of the steel wheels on the rails".

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        The Works of Lord Byron with his Letters and Journals and his Life by Thomas Moore - 17 Volumes

      London, John Murray, 1833 - Je Band ein Frontispiz und eine Titelgravur. Band 7 mit mit einem Faksimile-Brief. 110 x 175 mm, Einheitlich gebunden in rotem Halbleder mit marmorierten Deckeln, marmorierte Vorsätze, Gold-Kopfschnitt und Lesebändchen. , Einige Blätter mit den Abbildungen fleckig und wenige mit Wasserrand; Sonst Seiten sauber und fleckenfrei. Blätter nicht einheitlich beschnitten. - Eine dekorative und schöne Ausgabe in mehr als gutem Zustand. 6900 gr [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Werner Eichel]
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        E-HON TOSHISEN GOGON ZEKKU: SELECTIONS OF ILLUSTRATED TANG POEMS [618-907] IN THE 'GOGON-ZEKKU STYLE.' Chinese title: HUA BENG TANG SHI XIAN WU YUAN JUE JU. Artist's Name in Chinese: QIAN BEI SHU WEI YI WENG HUA.

      STUNNING CHINESE POEMS ILLUSTRATED BY THE EMINENT HOKUSAI [Tokyo 1833, - Kosanbo]. Stitched blue wrs., covers rubbed,onetitle slip in facsimile, 2 vol. set: 19 + 18 double leaves,56 + 53 illustrations [109] in all, woodblock printed, verygood impression, 16.5 x 24 cm., unnumbered volumes. R A R E Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Mansfield Park

      London: Richard Bentley, 1833. 3rd English Edition (1st one-volume edition) . Very Good. 4.5 x 7.25 inches (11 x 18.5 cm). First single volume edition, issued as volume XXVII of the Bentley Standard Novels series. Original plum cloth binding with black title and series number labels to spine. Fading to spine and board edges, a few light marks to covers. Front free endpaper has been neatly removed, joint is a little tender but held firmly by cords. Dated 1833 on series title page, frontis, engraved title page and regular title page. Water staining to margins of frontis and engraved title page. Good solid binding. Text very clean throughout. Page 24 has been folded to top corner with slight smudging to the crease. A nice clean example of the third English edition, scarce in the original binding. Hardback. Printed pages: 424, [4] ads

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        THE WONDERFUL HISTORY OF THE BUSY BEES. With coloured plates. Price Sixpence.

      [8] leaves, printed on one side only, each bearing a hand-coloured engraving with text beneath. Original printed wrappers. 16 x 10 cm. First edition. Spine splitting at base; else a very good copy of a scarce title. Darton G1053 records three further editions: 1836; 1939; 1844; together with an edition of 1850, mounted on linen.

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        Französische Zustände

      Hamburg: Hoffmann und Campe, 1833. First edition. Pp. [ii]-xxvi, [1]-408. Bound without half title. 1 vols. 8vo. Later nineteenth-century boards, morocco spine label. A few leaves of prelims with short lower margins (improperly folded), title a bit soiled, else Fine.

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        Experimental Researches in Electricity, Third Series

      London: Richard Taylor, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, 1833. First Edition. Wraps. Near Fine. First Edition. [2], 23-54 plus one plate. 4to. 8 1/8 x 10 inches. The offprint issue, but extracted from a bound volume (trimmed, spotted page edges, stitching loose). INSCRIBED by Faraday "To Amedeo Avogadro, x x x, of Turin, from the author" in the upper right hand corner. Trimmed so that only the lower part of Avogadro's name and "auth" of "author" are present. Soft center fold. Plate in rear is foxed. Wraps. "The first and second series of Experimental Researches had been concerned with the relations between electricity and magnetism. In the summer of 1832 Faraday appeared to go off on a tangent, with an investigation into the identity of the electricities produced by the various means then known. His commitment to the unity of force led him to believe that the electricities produced by electrostatic generators, voltaic cells, thermocouples, dynamos, and electric fishes were identical, but belief was no substitute for proof. Furthermore, this identity had been challenged by Sir Humphrey Davy's brother John [ and others ], who insisted that electrical effects were not produced by a single agent but were the complex results of a combination of powers." (DSB Vol 3-4, p 535) "'The progress of the electrical researches which I have had the honour to present to the Royal Society, [ Faraday ] wrote, brought me to a point at which it was essential for the further prosecution of my inquiries that no doubt should remain of the identity or distinction of electricities excited by different means.' The Third Series of Experimental Researches in Electricity was devoted to this end. [ In this Series' experimental approach ], by criticizing the experiments of others [ Faraday ] wanted to remove the seeming obstacles to the admission of the identity of electricities and by utilizing other experiments done by himself and others he wished to establish the identity. For a scientific paper of this period it is heavily footnoted and reveals Faraday's scholarship. ... Whenever there was the slightest doubt as to the accuracy of an experiment, Faraday repeated it. The result was overwhelming and there was no doubt that he had proved his point." (L Pearce Williams, Michael Faraday, p213). L Pearce Williams also details how these experiments sowed the seeds which eventually led Faraday to establish a solid foundation for the science of electrochemistry. As he summarized it: "Faraday could not foresee that in following out these ideas he would not only provide a solid foundation for the science of electrochemistry, but would also throw down a challenge to the physicists of his day. For here, for the first time in his work, was the denial of action at a distance." (p223) This Third Series contains 2 papers - 7. Identity of Electricities derived from different sources., and 8. Relation by Measure of common [ static ] and voltaic Electricity. These articles are an important transitional work by Faraday, establishing that the electricities are the same regardless of source, and setting up future work that would establish the science of electrochemistry. Read Jan 10 and 17th, this is the first appearance of this lecture, in the rare offprint form. It was published in the Phil Trans: 23-54, and also in Phil Mag. 1833. It was reprinted in Faraday's famous three volume "Experimental Researches in Electricity" in 1839-55. Avogadro, to whom Faraday inscribed this offprint, was an Italian chemist who is hailed as a founder of the atomic-molecular theory. Avogadro's law is named after him. Inscribed material by Faraday is uncommon. References: DSB, Jeffreys #207. L Pearce Williams, Michael Faraday. Ekeloff 906a (referring to the collected Experimental Researches in Electricity).

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        Kosmethik des weiblichen Geschlechts oder die geheime Kunst, Schönheit und Gesundheit zu vervollkommnen und bis ins späteste Alter zu erhalten. Ein Toiletten- und Hausschatz für jedes Mädchen und jede Hausfrau in der Stadt und auf dem Lande, aus vieljähriger eigenen Erfahrung geschöpft und unter ärztlicher Anleitung theils aus Liebe zu ihrem Geschlechte, theils aus Dank für die treuen Dienste dieser erprobten Regeln herausgegeben.,

      Kempten, Druck und Verlag von Tob. Dannheimer, 1833 - Die gesuchte Erstausgabe, original illustrierter Pappeinband, dieser berieben und an den Kanten bestossen, innen altersgemäss stockfleckig, aber intakt und firm gebunden. Vorbesitzernamen (Xaver Fischer 1901) in schöner Stahlfeder auf Vorsatzpapier. Shipped bubble-wrapped in sturdy card-board. k21d Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Archiv für die homöpathische Heilkunst. In Verbindung mit mehreren Gelehrten. Dreizehnter Band in 3 Heften.

      Leipzig: Carl Henrich Reclam 1833,. OHLdr. der Zeit, 172 Seiten, 188 Seiten, 188 Seiten, 8° mit Goldprägung auf Rücken. Decken mit gemustertem Papier überzogen. Exemplar minimal berieben und bestoßen, Kanten u. Ecken gering beschabt. Aussengelenk leicht wurmlöcherlich. Seiten durchlaufend gering stockfleckig, sonst sehr guter Zustand..

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        Rivière de Derwent (Van Diemen)

      Imprimerie Royale, Paris 1833 - Aquatint view, 222 x 320 mm.; in fine condition, mounted. A fine view of the Derwent River, one of only two Tasmanian illustrations published from the La Place voyage. The Favorite arrived in Hobart on 11 July 1831, both ship and crew in a weakened condition. Their stay was almost a month; several of the crew died whilst others spent the time in hospital. "Those who were fit were able to relax and enjoy the hospitality of the local citizens, whom they found courteous but somewhat solemn and dull" (Dunmore, II, p. 251).

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        Der vollkommene Kunstbäcker und Conditor, Oder gründliche Anweisung, alle Arten Torten, Kuchen und feines Backwerk, sowie Macaronen, Dragées, Pastillen, Marcipan, Conserven, Marmeladen, Compots, Gelées, Morsellen, Fruchsäfte, Gefrorenes, Tafelaufsätze etc. zu verfertigen, und alle Sorten feiner Liqueurs, Crams, Huiles und Ratafia's zu destilliren.

      Quedlingburg Basse 1833 - 3. verbesserte Auflage. Mit 4 Steintafeln. 8°. [2] Bl. (Titelei), 284 SS., 4 Falttafeln (Lithos). OPpbd. der Zeit, marm. Bezug. Auf der Rückseite ein roter Fleck. (berieben u. bestoßen) Weiss 4154 (Eintrag aus GV, ungenauer Eintrag.) ÄUSSERST SELTEN. Nicht bei Dittmar, Walterspiel, Horn/Arndt und den andern katalogisierten Sammlungen und bei den Bibliographen. Die beiden vorgehenden Ausgaben unbekannt. Die 4 Litho-Tafeln (gefaltet) zeigen Gerätschaften, Konditor beim Zuckersieden und 2 Tafeln mit Schaustücken. Innen leicht braunfleckig und Seiten papierbedingt gebräunt. Deutsch; 0,217 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Illustrations of Surgical Anatomy, With Explanatory References, Founded on the Work of M. Blandin

      Glasgow: Blackie & Son Ltd. G : in Good condition. Plates with some light age toning. Small tear to upper corner of two leaves with no impact on text or illustrations. [1833]. Second Edition. Green hardback cloth cover. 280mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). 52pp. 16 tissue guarded engraved plates. .

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        Rom, Baufragment in den Kaisergärten auf dem Aventin, um 1833/37.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift, auf Velin. 47:59,8 cm. Verso Reste einer alten Montierung. Literatur: Vgl. Ausst. Katalog: Kennst Du das Land. Zürcher Künstler in Italien. Zürich, Schweizerisches Institut für Kunstwissenschaften. Zürich 1977, Nr. 56, Abb. p. 31. Ausst. Katalog: Carl Morgenstern und die Landschaftsmalerei seiner Zeit. Frankfurt am Main, Museum Giersch, 2011, Nr. 37 mit Farbabb. In der Kunsthandlung Heinrich Füssli & Co. war Suter seit 1816 Lehrling, seit 1821 Kolorierer und Ätzer und 1827/33 als Oberaufseher im Atelier dort tätig. Schüler von J.J. Wetzel (1781-1834). Er reiste 1833/37 in Italien, wo er sich der Aquarellmalerei zuwandte. 1854 hielt er sich nochmals in Rom auf. Die Museen von Bern, Winterthur und Zürich bewahren in ihren Beständen Aquarelle und Zeichnungen Suters.

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        Ancient Criminal Trials in Scotland, 3 volume set

      The Maitland Club, Edinburgh 1833 - 1750pp. 6 b/w plates. Vol I 1488-1596; Vol II 1596-1609; Vol III 1609-1624. Language: eng G : in good condition without dust jacket. Covers rubbed. Some hinges weak. Occasional light foxing throughout. Bad inner crack in binding of volume I Half-morocco cover. Marbled boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        (Conversations-Lexikon). In 12 Bänden. 8. Originalauflage.

      Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1833 - 1837.. Hellbraune Halblederbände mit geprägtem Rückentitel, Blind- und Goldprägung.. Rücken wenig berieben, Ecken bestossen, Deckel teils etwas beschabt, Kanten berieben. Exlibris und Bibliotheksetikett auf Innendeckel. Gutes Exemplar.

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        The Mother's Manual; or, Illustrations of Matrimonial Economy. An Essay in Verse. With Twenty Plates

      Treutel, Würtz, and Richter, 30, Soho Square, London 1833 - "From time to time when her inspiration or imagination flagged, she amused herself by concocting a humorous narrative verse about mother's problems in seeing to it that her daughters were suitably married . Fanny made a farce of it in romping rhymes that had no pretense to poetry . Her own family was sent into gales of laughter as she read the verses aloud around the tea table. August Hervieu, artist-in-residence, hurried to make a series of sketches . and sell to a new publisher, Treuttel and Wurtz and Richter (sic), who thought it would do well as a gift book" (Johnston, Fanny Trollope). Later cloth, reatining original green square gilt label on upper cover, new endpapers. Fine With Frontispiece, engraved title-page and 18 paltes. 81 pp. Printed by Howlett and Brimmer, 10, Frith Place, Soho. 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Europe during the Middle Ages (vols 1 -4) - The Cabinet of History

      Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman and John Taylor, 1833, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st EditionThe above number applies to all four volumes. Complete. Pocket sized. Bound in 1/4 leather marble board. Five ridges on spine. Taking their age into account all volumes are in good condition. The covers have withstood the years well with some wear to the corners. All have some wear to the top and bottom edges. Volumes 2 and 4 have wear and some wounds from storage on the front board covers. Spines have some shelf wear. All volumes have a label on the inside front cover from the Mutual Improvement Association (founded to provide reading for those on lower incomes) Bedford Chapel Library. Foxing and aging marks are minimal! All pages are complete. Proud, confident, clear, clean, very firmly affixed to their bindings, healthy. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: History - Europe; Inventory No: aime.

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        Ancient Criminal Trials in Scotland, 3 volume set

      Edinburgh The Maitland Club 1833. G : in good condition without dust jacket. Covers rubbed. Some hinges weak. Occasional light foxing throughout. Bad inner crack in binding of volume I First Edition Half-morocco cover. Marbled boards 270mm x 210mm (11" x 8"). 1750pp. 6 b/w plates. Vol I 1488-1596; Vol II 1596-1609; Vol III 1609-1624.

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        Berlin und seine Umgebungen im neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Eine Sammlung in Stahl gestochener Ansichten von den ausgezeichnetsten Künstlern Englands . nebst topographisch-historischen Erläuterungen. VI, 165 S., 1 Bl. Mit gestoch. Titel, 1 Bl. mit großem Wappen in Holzstich und 52 Stahlstichtafeln mit insgesamt 104 Ansichten von Finden, Barber, Frommel und Varral nach Mauch, Gärtner, Biermann und Hintze. Gr.-4°. In 31 illustrierten Orig.-Lieferungsumschlägen. Unbeschnitten und unaufgeschnitten in einer Pappkassette um 1900.

      Berlin, George Gropius, 1833. - Erste Ausgabe des klassischen Ansichtenwerkes zum Berliner Stadtbild der Schinkelzeit. Außergewöhnliches Exemplar im Original-Lieferungszustand, der übergroße gestochene Titel unbeschnitten. Mit den berühmten Ansichten der Berliner Schlösser, Rathäuser, Kirchen, Brücken, der Theater- und Opernhäuser, der Universität und der Umgebung Berlins. Von großem dokumentarischem Wert. Beigeheftet sind das Subskribentenverzeichnis und eine Vielzahl von Verlagsankündigungen und Bestellzetteln, teils auf farbigem Papier. – Sauberes, nur vereinzelt etwas fleckiges Exemplar. Mit allen Umschlägen und Beilagen sehr selten. – Berlin-Bibl. 65. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Wiener Zeitschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Theater und Mode 1833. Hrsg. v. Johann Schickh. 4 Bde.

      (Wien, Eigenvlg. 1833).. 1300 S. Mit 36 (statt 52) kol. Modekupfern, 3 (statt 4) kol. Wagenkupfern u. 4 gef. Notenkupfern. Ein Jahrg. in 4 Ppbdn. mit rosa Papierbezug u. aufkasch. Rüsch. (nur mehr fragmentarisch vorh.). Berieben. Kanten u. Ecken bestoßen. Angeschmutzt. Kupfer tlw. leicht gebräunt. 1 Kupfer u. einige Seiten mit Braunflecken im unt. Randbereich..

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        The Course of Time: a poem

      New York: Charles Wells, 1833 (?). Very good antiquarian condition. 16mo. [2], xiv, [3], 14-227, [4], 230-328, [1], iv-x pp. Contemporary beige calf (by Charles Wells?) elaborately gilt, a.e.g. Front free endpaper excised, binding with some minor refurbishment. Charles Wells was described in New York Directories as a bookbinding until at least 1832; thereafter he was listed as a bookseller; in 1838 he appears in the Directories as a publisher, and then in 1844 his trade is simply described as "books." There is a good possiblility that the present binding came from his shop. Wells may have been the chief importer and user of English-made dies. Not in Edwin Wolf, "From Gothic Windows to Peacocks: American Embossed Leather Bindings, 1825-1855." * Early gift inscription from Ima Hitchcock to Emily Perkins, dated Dec. 25, 1856.

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        Sense and Sensibility: A Novel

      Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1833. First. hardcover. good. 2 volumes, original leather backed marbled boards (spines quite worn; hinges cracked; first volume heavily foxed). Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1833. First American Edition. Rare. Good condition. The author's first book, first published in America after her later books had become known. Preserved in a pristine cloth clamshell case with a leather label.

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        Vue de l'Entrée de Sydney-Cove. (Nouvelle Galles du Sud)

      Paris: Tastu, 1833. Lithographed view on china paper, 175 x 315 mm (image size); mounted. Good view of Sydney, taken during the visit of the French expedition of Dumont-Durville, which spent a few weeks in Sydney. The view is taken from what is now the Botanic Gardens, towards Lady Macquarie's Chair. An elegant four-in-hand carriage occupies the foreground, but it is the glimpses of Sydney beyond that are of most interest.The Astrolabe sailed via the Cape of Good Hope, through Bass Straits, stopped at Port Phillip, and arrived at Sydney on December 2, 1828. The expedition found that the local authorities were disturbed by renewed French activity in Australian waters and were actively working to forestall French settlements, with the declaration "the whole of New Holland is subject to His Britannic Majesty's Government".Governor Darling with growing anxiety watched as Dumont d'Urville went about his business in Sydney wearing full uniform, accompanied by officers similarly dressed. After a stay of only 17 days the Astrolabe sailed for New Zealand.A huge amounts of scientific data was collected described and illustrated in sumptuous folio atlases. This fine view was published soon after the expedition returned to Paris. Interestingly, at the time of this visit plans were already in place to begin work on the new Government House, as Governors Brisbane, Darling and Bourke had all complained about the residence shown here.

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        Blank album

      1833. 10 mounted engravings on colored leaves, the rest blank. 4to. Contemporary full black calf, covers with central rectangle composed of mosaic design built up from hundreds of small multi-colored morocco tiles in green, red, black, orange and brown, surrounded by gilt- and blind-tooled acanthus rolls, spine with three raised bands and compartments with similar mosiac onlay design, a.e.g., with a fore-edge painting of the Brighton Pavilion. Rebacked, preserving original spine, light wear and scuffing to covers, hinges strengthened, with later plain brown endpapers. Bookplate of bookplate collector Richard B. Coutant.

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        Elia. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine. [with:] The Last Essays of Elia; Being a Sequel to Essays under that name

      London: Edward Moxon, 1833. First edition, first issue of the first series; first English edition of the second series. [2], 341; xii, 283 pp.; without the half-title in volume one; and without ad leaves in either. 2 vols. 8vo. Bound in full chestnut morocco gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, by Stikeman & Co. N.Y. Fine. A Lovely Copy An irresistible copy of Lamb's classic essays.

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        Alphabetische Beschreibung aller Städte, Dörfer, Weiler, Schlösser, Bäder, Berge, Flüsse, Seen u.s.w. in Hinsicht der Lage, Anzahl der Bewohner, Nahrungsquellen, Merkwürdigkeiten, wichtigsten Ereignisse der ältern und neuern Zeit; nebst biographischen Notizen berühmter Würtemberger. Ein nothwendiges Hülfsbuch.

      Scheible,, Stuttgart, 1833 - Stuttgart, Scheible, 1833. 8°. 416 S. Pappband der Zeit. Einband berieben. Papier sauber und Buchblock fest. (s. Foto). Sprache: ger/deu Einband berieben. Papier sauber und Buchblock fest. (s. Foto). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires, publiés par sa famille.

      H. Fournier 1833 - Paris, H. Fournier, Londres, E. BULL, 1833. 2 volumes in-8° de 2 feuillets non chiffrés, IV, 463 et 2 pages ; 2 feuillets non chiffrés, 478 et 1 pages ; deux cartes et un fac-simile hors-texte et repliés. : demi-veau marron dos sans nerf orné de filets dorés (reliure de l’époque). Petit accident au fac-simile dont les replis sont un peu déchirés. Très rare Edition Originale : tirée à petit nombre d’exemplaire hors commerce. Ex-libris imprimés et collés : « Mr. Müller, Capitaine fédéral, au Bureau topographique à Genève. » Insérés avant le faux-titre : publicité pour « Le Salmigondis » et entre le titre et l’avant-propos, catalogue de la librairie OLLIVIER : « Paris, juillet 1833 ». [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice, and the Physiology of Digestion

      Plattsburgh [NY]: F.P. Allen, 1833. 4to. (218 x 135 mm), 280 pp. three wood-engraved figures in text. Original tan paper-covered boards, linen backstrip, printed paper label, cloth slipcase. Scattered foxing throughout as always, front hinge and endpapers repaired, label chipped, some paper missing from front board, else a very nice copy of a fragile book. First edition of what has been termed the greatest single contribution to the knowledge of gastric digestion. Beaumont was an army surgeon at Fort Mackinac, Michigan when he first attended Alexis St. Martin, a French Canadian woodsman who had suffered an accidental gunshot wound to the stomach. Against all probability Beaumont saved his life and, as the hole healed, used the opportunity to study the physiological process of digestion by maintaining access to St. MartinÕs stomach using a specially constructed skin flap. William Osler was fascinated by the case and, when St. Martin died at the age of 78, tried unsuccessfully to acquire his stomach for the Army Medical Museum; he later wrote: ?'To the medical bibliographer there are few more treasured Americana than the brown-backed, poorly printed octavo volume of 280 pages with the imprint Plattsburgh, Printed by F.P. Allen, 1833". The first edition is generally believed to have been 1000 copies. The only book to appear in three Grolier One Hundreds (American #38, Science #10, Medicine #61). Norman 152. Heralds of Science 130. Howes B291 (?'most important American contribution to medical science?").

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        Mitchell's Travellers Guide Through the United States. A Map of the Roads, Distances, Steam Boat & Canal Routes

      Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1833. Engraved folding map, period hand-colouring in outline. Nine inset maps. Large folding Index sheet. Folds into publisher's dark green morocco covers, covers bordered in gilt, title stamped in gilt on the upper cover. Mitchell's Travellers Guide, with the large map of the U.S. The map, with the borders of the states brightly colored, shows the Northeast, west to Missouri Territory and part of Mexico, including the Great Lakes region, and south through part of Florida. Insets show the vicinities of Niagara, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Albany, New York, Baltimore and Washington, Philadelphia, Charleston, and Boston. The large folding Index sheet includes much information on steamboat and canal routes, and various statistics. This copy very good condition for a guide generally found quite worn. This is the second edition, preceded only by that of 1832. Rumsey 4374; Howes M690; Clark III:74; Graff 4790.

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        Maison du Gouverneur a Sydney

      Paris: Tastu, 1833. Lithographed view on china paper, 195 x 310 mm (image size); well preserved, mounted. Attractive view of the first Government House in Sydney, which stood on the corners of Bridge and Phillip Streets. The original cottage had been begun by Phillip in July 1788, but was much added to and extended over the following decades, until it took on the rather rambling form depicted here. The view is taken from the visit of the French expedition of Dumont-Durville, which spent a few weeks in Sydney.The Astrolabe sailed via the Cape of Good Hope, through Bass Straits, stopped at Port Phillip, and arrived at Sydney on December 2, 1828. The expedition found that the local authorities were disturbed by renewed French activity in Australian waters and were actively working to forestall French settlements, with the declaration "the whole of New Holland is subject to His Britannic Majesty's Government".Governor Darling with growing anxiety watched as Dumont d'Urville went about his business in Sydney wearing full uniform, accompanied by officers similarly dressed. After a stay of only 17 days the Astrolabe sailed for New Zealand.A huge amounts of scientific data was collected described and illustrated in sumptuous folio atlases. This fine view was published soon after the expedition returned to Paris. Interestingly, at the time of this visit plans were already in place to begin work on the new Government House, as Governors Brisbane, Darling and Bourke had all complained about the residence shown here.

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        The Life and Sketches of Curious and Odd Characters

      Boston: Published by George Clarke, 1833. First American edition. VERY GOOD. Sixteenmo. 192 pages. With twenty-four wood engravings. Original paper over boards, sympathetic modern with cloth backstrip. Titles printed on the front board in black. Wear to binding extremities of the boards; contents uniformly toned, scattered foxing. Overall in VERY GOOD ANTIQUARIAN CONDITION First American Edition, important for our study of early American illustration, now very scarce; the American Antiquarian Society copy is seriously defective. Ours is currently the only copy on the market. Three of the woodcuts are signed "A.B." which Sinclair Hamilton attributes to Abel Brown, perhaps the most influential woodcut engraver in Boston during the early 19th-century. "Bowen," he says, "was the real founder of the art of wood- engraving here, not so much by his own productions as by the stimulus he gave to the subject. He was an enthusiast, always projecting works to be illustrated in this manner, and, though rarely making a profit for himself, he was thus the cause of much being done. He was self-taught, copying the designs and methods of those English examples which in- spired him. Before his time engraving on copper and type- metal had been done here with fair success. But the aims, processes and results of wood-engraving were so well perceived and achieved in this city, that for years it possessed almost a monopoly of the business. And," our informant adds, "the work done a half century ago was really good in style and manner ; so that to-day the greatest advance noticeable is mainly due to improvements in printing, paper and ink. That Bowen was unable to command the means to succeed largely was the misfortune of the times ; that he should have strus:- gled on, year after year, in the face of reverses, poverty, and long-continued illness, is the highest proof that he possessed that spark of vital energy which we call genius." * Copies in any condition are uncommon on the market; one rarely finds a good, complete copy, as here. * REFERENCES: Sabin 41032. Hamilton, "Early American book illustrators and wood engravers, 1670-1870."

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        A body of practical divinity : in a series of sermons on the Shorter catechism composed by the reverend Assembly of Divines at Westminster : to which are appended, select sermons on various subjects; including the art of divine contentment; and Christ's v

      Main Author: |~|Watson, Thomas, d. 1686.Language(s): |~|EnglishPublished: |~|Philadelphia : T. Wardle, 1833.Subjects: |~|Westminster shorter catechism.Sermons, English.Note: |~|Includes index.Physical Description: |~|776 p. ; 25 cm.Condition: This is an antique book, so of course it is not perfect; however very close! Some writing on a blank cover page. Foxing. Wear to Hard Covers. Spine and text block are tight.

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