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        Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Arches and Prerogative Courts of Canterbury, and in the High Court of Delegates: Containing the Judgments of the Right Hon. Sir George Lee [etc.]. Two Volumes

      London: Saunders and Benning, Law Booksellers . . . 43, Fleet Street, 1833-32. Later 3/4 crimson morocco over cloth boards, somewhat rubbed, else a clean and appealing set George Cruikshank's set of the only reports of an advocate of Doctors Commons to be printed, taken from the years when Lee was its President, with Cruikshank's bold ownership signatures and an original light pencil sketch said to be his in volume one

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        Versuch einer homöopathischen Therapie der Wechselfieber, zunächst für angehende Homöopathiker

      Münster, Friedrich Regensberg 1833.. XII, 57 S., 1 Bl. Dekorativer HLdr. d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Rücken und etwas Rückenverg. Vorliegende Schrift wurde von Hahnemann begeistert aufgenommen: "Mit ihrer Schrift über die epidemischen Wechselfieber werden Sie sich ein neues großes Verdienst um unsre Heilkunst erwerben - ein intirkaler Artikel" (aus einem Brief Hahnemanns vom 9. März 1833; vgl. Kastner, Bönninghausens Physiognomik der homöopathischen Arzneimittel, p. XIV, 39). - Bönninghausen (1785-1864) zählt zu den berühmtesten und einflussreichsten Homöopathen nach Hahnemann; zu seinen bekanntesten Patienten zählten u. a. Eugenie von Frankreich und Annette von Droste-Hülshoff. Auch führte er als einer der ersten Homöopathen Tierheilungen durch. - Mit kl. Exlibris des Linzer Arztes Simon Reiss (1810-1870) und Buchbindermarke von C. G. Müller, 1835. - Schönes Exemplar!

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        Manuscript Journal - Butterflies of Britain

      London, 1833. England, circa 1833-1835. Manuscript journal devoted to butterflies specific to Great Britain in which 21 unique Papilio type genus are described and illustrated in colour by a skilled pre-Victorian hand. The writer/artist is identified only as E.S.D. by initials on the last page, and draws directly from Thomas Brown's then recent and unprecedented work on the subject. 8vo. 87 pages including index. In original leather binding gilt tooled to spine. Volume measures 13 x 19,5 cm. Drawings range in size, the smallest measuring approximately 4,5 x 3 cm and the largest approximately to 7 x 6 cm. Some sunfading to boards, otherwise in Very Good condition, internally bright, a pleasing and unusual volume. With an authoritative work in hand, the latter then being the only one of its kind, and the first edition now being extremely scarce, a student or enthusiast of biology transcribes the features, development and habits of 21 select butterflies, each also hand drawn and ink coloured in vibrant life-like hues. Scientific classifications and Latin names are recorded for each. Butterflies illustrated and described in detail include the following: The Peacock butterfly The Nettle Tortoise-Shell The Orange Tip The Great Copper The Clouded Yellow "In Britain considered rare... abounded in 1793" The Emperor of the Woods / Purple Highflier "esteemed among the rare of the British Lepidopetra" The Plantain Fritillary The Swallow-Tail The Camberwell Beauty The Brimstone The Mazarine Blue The Brown Hair Streak The Chalk-Hill Blue The Marbled Butterfly The Purple Hair-Streak The Caerulean [Cerulean] The Apollo The Large White Cabbage The Silver Stripe The Small Copper The Charlotte The above was most likely drawn from the first edition of the book, all of the above listed specimens are found within and being in sequence. Captain Thomas Brown (1785-1862) was a British naturalist and malacologist, born in Perth, Scotland. After his military service, he wrote several natural history books, a few dealing with conchology, also, "The Book of butterflies, Sphinges, and Mths" and "The Taxidermist's Manual." He also made the illustrations for a well known book on American ornithology by Alexander Wilson and Charles Lucien Bonaparte (1831-1835). Brown was a fellow of the Linnean Society, a member of the Wernerian, Kirwanian and Phrenological Societies, and president of the Physical Society. Material from his books was used by United States naturalist Thomas Wyatt for his book Manual of Conchology. In 1840 he became curator of the Manchester Museum for twenty-two years. A species of sea snail, a marine gastropod, was named after him: Zebina browniana d'Orbigny, 1842. The first edition of Thomas Brown's work was published in Edinburgh and London, 1832, titled, "The Book of Butterflies, Sphinges, and Moths: illustrated by ninety-six engravings, coloured after nature." A second and expanded edition appeared in 1834, "The Book of Butterflies, Sphinges, and Moths: illustrated by one hundred and forty-four engravings, coloured after nature." . Very Good.

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      Effingham Wilson, London 1833 - Nyren (John) and Clarke (Charles Cowden) (Editor) THE YOUNG CRICKETER'S TUTOR: COMPRISING FULL DIRECTIONS FOR PLAYING THE ELEGANT AND MANLY GAME OF CRICKET; WITH A COMPLETE VERSION OF ITS LAWS AND REGULATIONS: to which is added "THE CRICKETERS OF MY TIME," OR, RECOLLECTIONS OF THE MOST FAMOUS OLD PLAYERS by the same author The Whole collected and edited by Charles Cowden Clarke First edition, engraved frontispiece, some minor markings to title and frontispiece, modern cloth backed board - Padwick 390 This classic work with its fascinating account of the best known players of Georgian cricket has been run through many editions over the years upto the present time. Size: 6 x 3.75 Inches [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      IMPRENTA DE J. MASIAS, LIMA-PERÚ 1833 - SOBERBIO CARTEL DE TOROS del año 1833, dando razón de 16 reses bravas para lidiar el Lunes 23 de Diciembre de 1833, en la gran Plaza de ACHO (Lima-PERU) la más antigua de toda América y la tercera más antigua del mundo. Espléndidos textos tipográficos ornamentados con bello orlado xilograbado en madera, sobre excelente papel verjurado de la época. Formato en gran folio (2 hojas plegadas-con impresión por las cuatro caras) de medidas desplegados 42cm x 30,5cm. Precioso motivo central con toro grabado. Proclamada la Independencia en 1821, continuaron las corridas, aunque solo con toreros del país y algunos mexicanos, no quedó torero español alguno en el país, haciéndose una sola excepción con el diestro gaditano Vicente Tirado, que durante el virreinato ya contaba con muchas simpatías, que aparece en este cartel como espada y que sigue actuando hasta 1836 en que fallece. Figura además Esteban Arredondo como capeador de a caballo,todo un ídolo de la época, artífice de una suerte nunca antes anunciada en los carteles españoles a pesar de que tenemos la certeza de que también se ejecutaba en España. LLeva el cartel manuscrito a mano el Exlibris La Viña, de la que fue considerada por mucho tiempo la mejor ganadería en América, propiedad de Don Víctor Montero.

      [Bookseller: Librería de Lance La Dulcinea]
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        Van Diemen's Land; Comprehending A Variety of Statistical and other Information, likely to be interesting to the Emigrant

      Hobart Town: Henry Melville, 1833. Small octavo, early owner's inscription, bookplates, advertisements at rear; a good copy in the original dark cloth (variant b), rebacked. Tasmania, by the printer of Quintus Servinton. Rare Hobart-printed guide to Van Diemen's Land, printing an exceptional overview of the colony. It was prepared by the important printer and journalist Henry Melville, who had earlier published the first Australian novel printed locally, Quintus Servinton.The advertisements which conclude the book are charming, and provide a good snapshot of the going concerns active in Hobart at the time, from printers to circulating libraries, as well as pubs, merchants, a prospectus for a grammar school to be run by William Gore Elliston, and a notice for James W. Scott "Seedsman and collector of Indigenous Plants", which also points out the services of George Marsden of Elizabeth Street in making specimens of Tasmanian birds and animals.With an early inscription for one Thomas Herbert Riley of Frederick Street Launceston.

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        Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: with Notices of His Life

      London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street, 1833 - (BYRON, LORD) Third edition. 3 vols., 8vo. With 44 Engravings by the Finden, from Designs by Turner, Stanfield, &c. Bound in full straight- grained green morocco, t.e.g., gilt spine, by Zaehnsdorf. Very fine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        MEMOIRES Ecrits par lui-meme. Edition originale, la seule complète.

      Paris, Paulin, 1833-1837. In-8 p. (mm. 214 x 125), 10 voll., mz. pelle mod., fregi e tit. oro al dorso, ca. 390/500 pp. cad. Rara edizione dei ?"Mémoires?", opera autobiografica scritta in francese, negli ultimi anni della sua vita, da Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798) e poi tradotta in italiano come ?"Storia della mia vita?". Malgrado l?'indicazione sul frontesp. di ?"édition originale, la seule complète?", la prima e più completa è di Lipsia in 12 voll., 1826-38. ?"Sospettate di dubbia autenticità fin dal Foscolo e attribuite senza ragione allo Stendhal che ne era ammiratore, queste "Memorie", che hanno fatto la sua gloria e sono il ritratto di un uomo e di una epoca, sono considerate uno dei documenti più importanti della vita del Settecento?". Così Diz. delle Opere Bompiani,VII, p. 116. Cfr. Brunet,VI,30764 - Graesse,II,60. Con lievi uniformi arross. margin., altrimenti ben conservato.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        The Iliad of Homer, from the text of Wolf. With English notes, and Flaxman's illustrative designs

      Boston , and Cambridge USA: Hilliard, Gray, and Company / Brown, Shattuck, and Co 1833. THE FIRST AMERICAN EDITION PRINTED IN GREEK. Large 12mo. bound in 6's - 212 mm tall. Portrait frontispiece. pp. xii, [2], 478, plus 39 illustrations by Flaxman. A tall copy, with good margins. A previous owner's gift inscription on the f. e. p. "From the President and Fellows of Yale College; to George R.(?) Tyler; for excelling in public speaking. Jeremiah Day. November 1833". A nice gift copy from the President of Yale in the year of publication. Bound in a contemporary calf (which is likely American) a black calf with some brown showing through. Gilt decorations to four compartments, gilt lines. Gilt lines and flower designs to the raised bands, three gilt and blind lines to the boards. All edges gilt. There is foxing throughout, some wear to the corners, and there is seperation at the head of the hinge of the front board, but this is overall, a pleasing copy of an important and uncommon work. . Very Good. Full Calf. First Edition Thus. 1833. 12mo. bound in 6's.

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        Pteroglossus Viridis - Green Aracari.

      London 1833 - Original lithograph with fine later hand-colouring for the "Family of Toucans". Dimensions: 560 by 380mm. (22 by 15 inches).

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      Padova, coi Tipi Della Minerva (poi Angelo Sicca), 1833-1843. In folio (mm. 480x328), 4 voll. di cui 1 di tavv., mz. pelle coeva, decoraz. e tit. oro al dorso (2 voll. con spacchi alle cerniere e picc. manc.). Questa monumentale opera è così composta: 3 voll. di testo, pp. (4),VII,752; (4),IV,804; (12),764; con 3 tavv. di ritratti in litografia: dell?'Ab. Lodovico Menin (patrizio anconitano, professore di storia e delle scienze nell?'Università di Padova, socio di parecchie Accademie nazionali e straniere), dell?'Ab. Giuseppe Barbieri e di Andrea Cittadella Vigodarzere. Il vol. di tavv. contiene l?'intera parte iconografica divisa in tre parti: antica, Medioevo, moderna, ciascuna preceduta da un frontespizio e da un dettagliato Indice: vi sono raccolte 292 straordinarie tavole incise in rame (di cui 6, relative agli ordini cavallereschi, sono colorate d?'epoca) che raffigurano costumi, suppellettili, monumenti architettonici e anche strumenti musicali, danze, armi, soldati, mezzi di trasporto, imbarcazioni e numerosiss. affascinanti quadri storici o scene di vita dei locali nei loro tradizionali costumi. "Prima ed unica edizione" di questa spettacolare opera che interessa la storia del costume di tutto il mondo e di tutti i tempi: dai Cinesi e Giapponesi, dagli Egizi ai Greci, ai Romani, dai secoli Cristiani, Ostrogoti, Longobardi all?'Europa medievale, e infine la parte moderna relativa a: Cavalleria, Oceania, Africa, America, Asia ed Europa. In questo vastissimo studio l?'A. compie un?'ampia panoramica storica privilegiando gli usi, i costumi, i commerci e varie componenti etnografiche. Cfr. Colas,2035 - Lipperheide,56. Fresco esemplare con barbe, ben conservato.

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        Il costume di tutte le nazioni e di tutte i tempi.

      Padua, Minerva, 1833-43.. 3 Textbände und 3 Tafelbände in 6 Bänden. Textbände in Folio (46,5 x 33 cm); Tafelbände in Quer-Folio (32 x 47 cm). Mit 2 (statt 3) lithographischen Porträts, 3 lithographischen Titeln und 292 (6 kolorierten) gestochenen Tafeln. Halblederbände der Zeit mit je 2 Rückenschildern.. Erste Ausgabe - Hiler, 582 - Lipperheide, 56 - Colas, 2035 - Vinet 2120 (nur Teil 1). - Monumentales und reich illustriertes Werk über die Kostüme aller Zeiten und Länder, darunter Chinesen, Japaner, Ägypter, Trojaner, Griechen, Römer, Germanen etc., zahlreiche Ritterszenen, 6 kolorierte Ordentafeln sowie Trachten und Alltagsszenen aus Ozeanien, Afrika, Amerika, Asien und Europa. - Teil 1 behandelt die Antike, Teil 2 das Mittelalter und Teil 3 die Neuzeit. - Es fehlt wohl 1 Porträt in Band 2. - Ecken und Kapitale bestoßen, Gelenke von Band 2 geklebt, Gelenke teils angeplatzt, etwas fleckig, berieben und beschabt. Textband 2 auf den letzten 100 Seiten mit verlaufenem Tintenfleck im Rand, wenige Tafeln gebräunt, Text und Tafeln meist nur im Rand teils leicht, vereinzelt stärker stockfleckig, insgesamt gutes Exemplar des seltenen Werkes. First edition. - 6 vols. (3 text-, 3 plate-volumes). With 2 (of 3) lithogr. portraits, 3 lithogr. titles, and 292 (6 col.) engr. plates. Text-vols. in folio, plate-vols. in oblong-folio. Contemp. half calf with 2 labels (corners and spine-ends bumped, hinges partly burst, hinges of vol. 2 repaired, some rubbing and staining). - Ink stain to margin of last 100 pages of 2nd text-vol., a few plates browned, some foxing to margins of text and plates, overall a very good copy.

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        A Treatise on Fortification, Deduced from Established Principles, With Observation on the Increased Effects of Artillery; [ plus Plates Volume]

      William Annan, Croydon 1833 - Three quarter calf over boards, lower corners rubbed with some loss, upper corners and spine ends rubbed, some surface wear to leather in places, spine with gilt decoration and contrasting spine labels bearing gilt titles, some spotting to prelims but text clean and bright. [PLATES Volume, William Annan, nd.] 4to, three quarter calf over marbled boards, loss of leather from top and bottom inch and half of spine, joints started and weak, boards rubbed, corners bumped/rubbed, contains double page vignette, 14 double page plates detailing the construction of fortifications and 3 double page plates and 2 double page tables dealing with artillery, some foxing to plates, plates measure approx 510mm by 325mm , 8vo 8" - 9" tall, xxvii [ii] 409 [1] pp [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Two large lithographs (11" x 16") on Slavery and the Slave Trade

      Thomas McLean, London 1833 - HB Sketches NO. 208 and 269. Titles: Goody-Two-Shoes Turned Barber, or Colonial Conciliation; and New West-India Dance, to the Tune of 20 Millions. Lithographed by A. Ducotes.These are political drawings picturing Blacks in dehumanizing roles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Monographie des Cétoines et genres voisins, formant, dans les familles naturelles de Latreille, la division des Scarabées mélitophiles.

      Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1833. Royal-8vo (220 x 142mm). pp. 410, with 77 engraved plates of which 70 beautifully handcoloured. Contemporary red half calf, gilt ornamented spine with gilt lettering, marbled sides (part of front hinge spitting). The rare coloured issue of this work. The first 7 plain plates are by A. Percheron, the coloured ones are by E. Guérin and engraved by Oudet. The colouring of the plates is outstanding and makes the work one of the finest entomological publications of the period. The plates are hightened with gum arabic and attention is paid to the smallest detail.//Provenance: Bookplate of Jacques d'Aguilar./ /Hagen I, 293; Horn-Schenkling II, 8135; Nissen ZBI, 1640.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        Orbis Pictus. Die Welt in Bildern. Swet w Obrazych. Swiat w Obrazach. Le Monde en Tableaux. (Herausgegeben von Josef Chmela).

      Hradcy Kralowe (Koniggrätz), Jana Host. Pospjsila, 1833.. 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette u. 152 Textholzschnitten. 2 Bll., XVI, 454 S., 2 Bll., Ppbd. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild.. Seltene fünfsprachige Ausgabe von Comenius' "Orbis Pictus", die erste in Königgrätz gedruckte. Am Beginn findet sich eine 16-seitige Biographie von Comenius in tschechischer Sprache von Frantisek Palacky, am Ende findet sich eine 4-seitige Erklärung der polnischen Aussprache. - Einband leicht berieben bzw. fleckig. Durchg. etw. gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - Pilz 180.

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        An Appeal to Christians, on the Subject of Slavery

      Baltimore: Armstrong & Plaskitt. Good; 5.5 inches x 3.75 inches. Printed by J. W. Woods. Original red cloth . binding. Paper spine label. Boards sunned, soiled and worn, top corner . missing from rear free endpaper, foxing throughout, musty. An early appeal . for abolition in the United States by a Baltimore Methodist evangelical . preacher and missionary who espoused this unpopular and dangerous view in . a slave state three decades before slavery was abolished. Hersey was also . employed by the American Colonization Society in the 1830s as an agent for . the new colony of Liberia, and as noted in the later chapters of this . volume, he advocates for American slaves to be relocated there under the . auspices of the Society and funded by a weekly contribution of three cents . by American churchgoers over the course of 30-40 years, "an achievement . worthy of a free and Christian nation; and by far the greatest and the . best legacy which we could bequeath to our posterity". Sabin 31590.. 1833. Hardcover. 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 124 pages .

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        History and Description of Modern Wines. Mit zwei auf Vorsatz eingeklebten Briefen des Verfassers; 2 ExLibris auf Vorsatzplatz.

      London, Whittaker, Treacher, & Arnot 1833 - LWd., xxxv, 407 S., 8° mit Textvignetten. Einband berieben, bestossen, wenig gelockert; Rückendeckel ganz fehlt. Decken abgegriffen u. beschmutzt. 2 Besitzerunterschrifte mit Kugelschreiber auf Titelblatt. Seltene Anmerkungen im Text. Seiten stellenweise gering stockfleckig, sonst in dieser Zubereitung sehr selten. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: en [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF MODERN WINES. (The first book in English that deals exclusively with modern wines)

      London, Whittaker, Treacher, & Arnot, 1833.. FIRST EDITION 1833, 8vo, approximately 220 x 140 mm, 8¾ x 5½ inches, vignette on title page and interesting pictorial headpieces (third to half page), 2 small tailpieces, pages: xxxv, 407 including index, bound by Bayntun (Riviere) of Bath in modern half dark blue morocco over blue cloth sides, gilt dividing lines, raised gilt bands, gilt motif in 4 compartments with double gilt ruled borders, gilt lettered in 2 compartments, top edges gilt, pink marbled endpapers. Spine slightly faded, gilt bright, small faint mark at fore-edge of upper cover, a few fox spots to endpapers and prelims, very faint on title page, pencil name and date 1945 on second blank endpaper, very faint private library ink stamp on reverse of title page, otherwise a near Fine tight clean copy. The book deals with viticulture and the manufacture of wine, the superiority of French wines, wines of the rest of Europe including Greece, plus briefly Persia and the East, Africa and America and finally adulteration of wines and spirits. Gabler, Wine into Words, page 221, G33940: "This is the first book in English that deals exclusively with modern wines. It was an immense success and required a second edition in 1836, a third in 1851... As a reference for information about wines of the late 18th and early 19th centuries that are still produced today, there is nothing better in the English language." MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        CARTA TOPOGRAFICA DEL REGNO LOMBARDO-VENETO Costrutta sopra misure astronomico-trigonometriche ed incisa a Milano nell'Istituto Geografico Militare dell'I.R. Stato Maggiore Generale Austriaco.

      Milano, si vende da Ferdinando Artaria e Figlio, 1833. In-8 (mm. 240 x 145), 4 astucci in cartonato edit. contenenti 42 carte topografiche, telate e ripiegate, ciascuna (mm. 460x700) suddivisa in 10 pezzi rettangolari contrassegnati dalle lettere A / H, e così composte: 1° astuccio: 9 carte contrassegnate A / B, così suddivise ed evidenziate con nomi di località: - A-2: ?"M. S. Gottardo?" con il ?"Prospetto dei fogli della carta topografica del Regno Lombardo-Veneto A-B-C-D (in italiano e tedesco)?". - A-3: (Lago Maggiore) ?"Luino?" con 2 tabelle ?"Riparto territoriale. Pubblici stabilimenti?". - A-4: (Lago Maggiore) ?"Sesto Calende?" con 3 tabelle ?"Fiumi e canali navigabili. Laghi?". - A-5: ?"Novara?" con 2 tabelle ?"Punti trigonometrici. Elevazioni?". - B-2: ?"M. Spluga - Chiavenna?" /// B-3: (Laghi di Lugano, di Como e di Lecco) ?"Lugano?". /// B-4: ?"Como - Monza?". /// B-5: ?"Milano - Lodi?". /// B-6: ?"Voghera - Pavia?". 2° astuccio: 12 carte contrassegnate C / D: - C-1: ?"Zernetz - Livigno?" /// C-2: ?"Puschiavo - Tirano?" /// C-3: ?"Sondrio?" /// C-4: ?"Bergamo?" /// C-5: ?"Crema - Brescia?" /// C-6: ?"Piacenza - Cremona?". - D-1: ?"Glurns?" /// D-2: ?"Bormio?" /// D-3: ?"Edolo?" /// D-4: (Lago di Garda) ?"Salò?" /// D-5: (Lago di Garda. F. Chiese e Mincio) ?"Peschiera?" /// D-6: ?"Mantova?". 3° astuccio: 12 carte contrassegnate E / F: - E-1: Foglio del titolo: ?"Carta topografica del Regno Lombardo-Veneto.... pubblicata nell?'anno 1833 (testo in italiano e in tedesco), con bellissima vignetta incisa al centro della carta. - E-2: ?"Spiegazione dei segni. Nota sulla costruzione della carta?" (testo in italiano e in tedesco). - E-3: (F. Adige) ?"Trento - Asiago?" /// E-4: (F. Brenta) ?"Vicenza?" /// E-5: (Fiume Adige) ?"Verona?" /// E-6: (Fiume Po) ?"Legnago?". - F-1: ?"Auronzo?" /// F-2: ?"Agordo?" /// F-3: ?"Feltre - Belluno - Ceneda?" /// F-4: (F. Piave) ?"Bassano - Treviso?" /// F-5: (F. Brenta) ?"Padova - Venezia - Chioggia?" /// F-6: ?"Rovigo - Adria?". 4° astuccio: 9 carte contrassegnate G / H: - G-1: (F. Gail) ?"Mauthen - Paluzza?" /// G-2: ?"Tolmezzo - Gemona?" /// G-3: (F. Meduna, Tagliamento) ?"Pordenone?" /// G-4: (F. Livenza) ?"Portogruaro?" /// G-5: ?"Litorale del Cavallino?" (ma la maggior parte della carta è occupata da annotazioni sulla laguna di Venezia) /// G-6: ?"Bocche del Po?" (la maggior parte della carta è occupata da 2 tabelle: ?"Punti trigonometrici. Elevazioni?". - H-2: ?"Pontebba - Tarvis - Faedis?" con ?"Prospetto dei fogli della carta topografica del Regno Lombardo-Veneto componenti il Governo di Venezia E-F-G-H (in italiano e tedesco)?" /// H-3: (F. Isonzo) ?"Udine - Palina - Gorizia?" con 2 tabelle ?"Riparto territoriale. Pubblici stabilimenti?" /// H-4: ?"Grado?" con 2 tabelle ?"Fiumi e canali navigabili?". Solo la parte telata talvolta con aloni e 1 carta leggerm. sciupata, altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        A New General Atlas from the best Authorities Exhibiting the Boundaries and Divisions of the Principal Countries in the Known World Adapted to Scot Ewing Milne and Guy's Geographies and comprehending the late discoveries of Capts Parry Franklin & Ross

      Edinburgh: P. Brown & T. Nelson, 1833. Engraved vignette title page, printed contents page, 29 hand coloured maps. Slight soiling and a few marks mainly in the margins, overall crisp nicely coloured maps. Contemporary half calf, rebacked gilt lettering rubbed off, marbled boards. A scarce World Atlas. First Ed. Good +. 4to.. Book.

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        Die Homöopathie und Allopathie auf der Wage.

      Güstrow und Rostock, Oeberg & Comp. 1833.. Mit lithograph. Portrait. XVI, 1 Bl., 377 S., 1 Bl. Bedruckter Orig.-Karton.. Hirsch-H. III, 619. - Einband fleckig und knittrig. Titel gestempelt. Tls. braunfleckig, Rücken etwas rund gelesen, insgesamt etwas gebrauchsspurig.

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        Histoire des voyages et découvertes des compagnons de Christophe Colomb ( par m. Washington Irving)

      Librairie de Charles Gosselin 1833 - En trois tomes contenant trois grandes cartes dépliables Reliures rigides récentes . Les couvertures originelles n'y sont pas mais les premières pages de 1833 y sont Cette oeuvre d'Irving de 1828 en anglais vaut 7000 $US Explorations des Amériques [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MEMOIRES DU MARECHAL NEY , Duc d' ELCHINGEN , Prince de la Moskowa . 1833 Editon originale

      - Paris , H. Fournier ; Londres E. Bull . 1833 . Rarissime édition originale de PARIS tirée à petit nombre HORS COMMERCE , avec ses Erratas . Deux volumes reliés pleine toile , dos orné d'arabesques or : reliure modeste aux plats incurvés , un peu défraichis . In - 8 de IV + 463 pp + errata et 478 pp + errata , orné de deux grandes cartes dépliantes et d'une planche dépliante double de fac-similés , tranches marbrées .Manque angulaire à un faux-titre , trés rares rousseurs . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Französische Zustände

      Hamburg: Hoffmann und Campe, 1833 - First edition. 8vo. Pp. [ii]-xxvi, [1]-408. Bound without half title. Later nineteenth-century boards, morocco spine label. A few leaves of prelims with short lower margins (improperly folded), title a bit soiled, else Fine. Goedeke VIII, 557, 41 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A System of Penal Law, for the State of Louisiana: Consisting of

      1833. 1833 Printing of Livingston's Influential Penal Code Livingston, Edward [1764-1836]. A System of Penal Law, For the State of Louisiana: Consisting of A Code of Crimes and Punishments, A Code of Procedure, A Code of Evidence, A Code of Reform and Prison Discipline, A Book of Definitions. Prepared Under the Authority of a Law of the Said State. To Which are Prefixed a Preliminary Report on the Plan of a Penal Code, and Introductory Reports to the Several Codes Embraced in the System of Penal Law. Philadelphia: James Kay, Jun. & Brother, [1833]. v, 745 pp. Octavo (9" x 5-3/4"). Contemporary sheep, blind fillets to boards, lettering piece and blind fillets to spine. Moderate rubbing with scuffing to boards, small chips to spine ends, wear to corners. Discoloration to edges of text block, occasional light foxing, faint dampstaining to a few leaves. A solid copy of a scarce title. * Second edition. A comprehensive system of criminal law which, while not adopted in the United States, is still influential today because it is the first complete penal code built on Jeremy Bentham's principles of codification. First published in 1828, Hicks marvels at the scope and clear organization of this code and notes that Bentham, Hugo, Lafayette, Story, Marshall, Madison, Kent and Jefferson considered it "the most comprehensive and enlightened system of criminal law that has ever been presented to the world." A notably humane code, it is important for its advocacy of prevention rather than punishment. Livingston was a senator from Louisiana and later a member of Andrew Jackson's cabinet. R.W. Colcock was a prominent attorney in Charleston and the father of notable South Carolina politician William J. Colcock. Hicks, Men and Books Famous in the Law 180. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 10348.

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        A Tour Through Paris

      London: William Sams, (1833). First edition. Hardcover. Contemporary quarter burgundy morocco and marbled boards. Aeg. Very good/No Dust Jacket. Folio, 37.5 x 27.5 cm. Twenty-one hand colored aquatints (several watermarked 1833),each with two pages of letterpress descriptions. An illustrated review of Parisian street life together with a few pictorial accounts of interior interest. Plate imprints read "1822," with "1824" for the last five plates. ABBEY TRAVEL 113-114. "The relationship of the various editions or issues through which this work appears to have passed are somewhat complicated." TOOLEY 443. Plates very clean and bright, faint title offset, mild dampstain to margins of last two leaves not affecting text of final page, nicks to free front endpaper, and first blank, raised bands, spine panels decorated in gilt motifs, armorial bookplate.

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        Geschiedenis van het Nederlandsche zeewezen. Van de vroegste tijden tot de inlijving in Frankrijk, 1810.

      - 's Gravenhage, Amsterdam, Gebroeders van Cleef, 1833-48.6 volumes in 10. Contemporary half calf (some spines damaged but holding). With portrait, 11 folding maps, plans and plates.* First edition. - Most authentic history of the Dutch navy and colonial history. Most of the original documents used in this work were destroyed by a fire in the Department of Naval Affairs of the Netherlands in 1858.Cat. NHSM I, p.351. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Shelley Papers

      Memoir of Percy Bysshe Shelley By T. Medwin, Esq. And Original poems and papers By Percy Bysshe Shelley. Now first collected. London: Whittaker, Treacher, & Co., 1833. Pott 16mo in half-sheets; half-title not called for; 3pp. integral advertisements at end, verso of last leaf blank; pp.viii+180+[iii]+[i]; quarter puce ripple-grain cloth, paper spine-label, drab boards; fore-edges rough trimmed, others fully trimmed. Slight fading to cloth of spine, and label dusty; some very light foxing or marking passim; a nice copy nonetheless of a delicate book, that is in our experience uncommon. Granniss 81: ?"Shelley?'s poems and papers are reprinted from ?'The Atheaeum?' for 1832 and 1833, with the exception of ?'To the Queen of My Heart?', the authenticity of which is doubtful. It first appeared in ?'The Keepsake?'. The lines on Shelley, which follow the Advertisement, are by Thomas Lovell Beddoes and were first printed in ?'The Athenaeum?'.?" Part of the Memoir was written by T.F. Kelsall. One of at least three known bindings, all with the same spine label. Wise, Ashley Library, V., p.91 records a copy in ?'red-brown boards?', whilst probably later copies are known in full blue cloth. The label records the publication price as 3s. 6d. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        The Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign, comprehending Figures carefully coloured from Nature of Flowers, Fruits and Cryptogamia with descriptions thereof.Principles and Practise of Cultivation

      G. Henderson 1833, London - 2 vols bound as 1, 1833 and 1834. All published. 55 plates including 52 hand coloured, 38 have four images on a page, 3 have two images on a page. Two engraved title pages. The binding is poor, and there is some offsetting and foxing.

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        Die Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung in ihrer Anwendung auf das wissenschaftliche und practische Leben.

      F. Beck, Vienna 1833 - Original printed wrappers, soiled; spine shipped; interior browned and foxed. First Edition, very rare. Littrow was astronomer and director of the Vienna Observatory. This copy is one of his few mathematical works which was intended to serve as supporting material to students for his lectures on pure mathematics. Da Littrow auch Vorlesungen über reine Mathematik zu halten hatte, verfaßte er für seine Lehrzwecke mehrere von pädagogischem Tacte zeugende Unterrichtsbücher, von denen die "Analytische Geometrie" (1823), die "Elemente der Algebra und Geometrie" (1827) und die "Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung" (1833) besonders hervorheben sind (Wikipedia). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mansfield Park

      London: Richard Bentley ,, 1833. A novel. Octavo (163 x 100 mm). Contemporary Contemporary dark blue half calf, spines gilt-tooled in compartments with gilt titles direct, marbled sides with gilt rolls, all edges marbled, grey endpapers. Engraved frontispiece and extra engraved title, with tissue guard. Armorial bookplate of Mark Everard Pepys, sixth Earl of Cottenham (1903?-1943), to front pastedown. Boards a little rubbed, a couple of very light scuffs to spine, prelims slightly foxed, else internally crisp. An excellent copy. First Bentley edition, the third edition overall, and the first one-volume edition. Bentley bought the copyrights of all Jane Austen's works to include them in his Standard Novels series, apparently aiming at the private buyer, as circulating libraries still had copies of the originals. Bentley later reissued the volumes as a set, but this copy is from the original individual issue.

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        Samlede Digte.

      1833 1833 - Kbhvn. 1833. VI + 359 s. Indbundet i samtidigt halvlæder. Gennemgående plettet. * Indeholder 49 digte, der udover nogle få, som har optrådt i tidsskrifter, ikke tidligere har været udgivet. BFN 224.

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      PANCKOUCKE C. L. F. 1833 - RO20170197: 8 TOMES: VIIJ + 458 + 439 + 547 + 411 + 397 + 433 + 479 + 417 pages - plats et contre-plats jaspés - 1 etiquette et 1 tampon sur la page de faux-titre et 3 tampons sur la page de titre sur tous les tomes - tranches bleutées sur le tome 6. PAR MM. ANDRIEUX, CHAMPOLLION-FIGEAC, DEGUERLE, DELCASSO, DU ROZOIR, DE GOLBERY, AJASSON DE GRANSAGNE, GUEROULT, MATTER, PANCKOUCKE, PERICAUD, PIERROT, RABANIS, STIEVENART - TEXTE EN FRANCAIS - LATIN AVEC TRADUCTION EN REGARD - TOME 4. SECONDE ACTION CONTRE VERRES - 5ème DISCOURS DES SUPPLICES - TOME 5. DISCOURS EN FAVEUR DE LA LOI MANILIA - TOME 6. DISCOURS POUR C. RABIRIUS - TOME 7. DISCOURS POYR P. SYLLA - TOME 9. DISCOURS CONTRE VATINIUS - TOME 10. DISCOURS CONTRE L. CALPURNIUS PISON - TOME 16. DISCOURS POUR M. CLAUDIUS MARCELLUS In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos frotté. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 850-Littératures italienne, roumaine, rhéto-romane [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chowringhee Road, Elliot's Tank, Harrington Street. Plate 21 from Wood's "Series of Tenty Eight Panoramic Views of Calcutta"

      William Wood, London, 428 Strand 1833 - The first plate from the collection of 28 lithographic prints produced in 1833 by William Wood sold originally in five parts, the prints loose and without any text, Abbey Travel [495] notes that 82 sets were subscribed India and only 38 in England. This was the first lithographic printing of plates of Calcutta. Uncoloured, the plate pasted to later brown card with marks on the back of the card where the picture has been been faastened into a frame (now lacking), the printed area clean but a few grubby marks in the margins and damp stains at the top left and lower right corners. This image shows the Supreme Court. building with masts of ships on the Hooghly visible over the roofs and to the left. There is a good description of this series by Wood (with several illustrations) in J P Losty's Calcutta City of Palaces", British Library 1990. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        "Tours in upper India, and in parts of the Himalaya Mountains; with accounts of the courts of the native princes, &c In two volumes "

      London: Richard Bentley. 1833. "First edition, 8vo., pp. xviii, 387; x, 356; rubber stamp of the King's Inns Library, Dublin on verso of title-pp. and on last leaf; contemporary speckled calf with a 20th century rebacking in sheep, gilt lettered direct on spine; spines a little scuffed, edges worn, otherwise a good sound copy or better. Includes discussion of elephant fights, Hindu architecture, Agra, Delhi, the wild beasts of the Himalayan Mountains, tiger hunting, travelling Lamas, hill tribes, the Indian military, and the beautiful mountains themselves."

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      1833 - [EHON] O^ishi MATORA, artist. HYAKUNIN ISSHU^ HITOYO GATARI 9vols. Naniwa [Osaka]: Tsurugaya Kyu^bei, Tempo^ 4 [1833] The text is by Ozaki Masayoshi. Figured blue and white covers, string-bound, Japanese-style, fukuro-toji. Printed paper title labels. Mitchell 305-6. Very good condition, fair to good impressions, throughout. Complete.

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        The Paradise Lost Of Milton

      Charles Tilt, 1833. Hardback, 4to, 373 pp, engravings, all edges gilt, full leather, gilt decoration on covers, gilt spine, raised bands, ribbon marker. Good, some page edge tanning, particularly to plates, gutter corner of title page detached, owner signature on ffep, boards edges and corners rubbed. 24 tissue guarded mezzotints by John Martin.

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        Service Afloat:

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1833. Comprising the Personal Narrative of a Naval Officer employed during the Late War; and the Journal of an Officer engaged in the Late Surveying Expedition under the Command of Captain Owen, on the Western Coast of Africa. 2 volumes bound in 1, octavo. Original red cloth, somewhat rubbed, corners worn, rebacked with the majority of the original spine laid down, pale yellow endpapers. A little rubbed, worn at the corners, small hole to the front free endpaper, light toning, modern collector's bookplate to the front pastedown, a very good copy. First and only edition, uncommon, just 8 copies on OCLC, not in BL. Brings together two naval narratives, both of which bear firsthand witness to the slave trade, and which were originally published in abbreviated form in the United Services Journal. The first narrative is attributed to Lieut. John Towne (see O'Byrne p1189), who was pressed from an East Indiaman in 1803 at the age of 17. He saw early service off Boulogne "in constant action with the enemy's flotilla and batteries," then in the West Indies, 1805-13, seeing frequent action, the destruction of the batteries at Port Louis, where he "with his own hands blew up the magazine," and Grande Terre, Guadeloupe, serving on shore with a division of seamen "at the reduction of the island and its dependencies." Towne concludes his account with an intelligent and compassionate chapter of "Thoughts and Reflections on Negro Slavery" based on his experiences in the Caribbean. The second memoir recounts experiences with Capt. William Fitzwilliam Owen's surveying cruise on the west coast of Africa. Owen had begun hydrographic work when in the East Indies in the first few years of the century, in 1815 he carried out a survey of the Great Lakes, and he "was appointed in 1821 to the sloop Leven, in which, with the brig Barracouta also under his command, he was instructed to survey the east coast of Africa from the boundary of Cape Colony to Cape Gardafui" (ODNB). Owen had been revolted by his experiences of the slave trade in the East Indies, and "was determined to stamp it out. Finding the Mazrui rulers of Mombasa under siege by their suzerain, Sayyid Said, sultan of Oman, Owen in February 1824 on his own initiative raised the siege and took the town under British protection in return for a promise by the Mazrui to abolish slavery. Though disowned by the home government, the protectorate lasted over two years." After leaving Simonstown late in 1825, the two ships carried out extensive surveys on the west coast of Africa on their way home. "At the end of 1826 Owen was appointed to the frigate Eden and as superintendent of Fernando Po, where it was intended that he should establish a colony for freed slaves". Alongside of his account of the surveying operations, the anonymous author offers a detailed description of the slave trade as carried out in West Africa. He is by no means as unambiguously opposed to the slave trade as Towne, finding justifications in the extirpation of cannibalism and of human sacrifice, but is still deeply troubled by the continuation of "so inhuman a trade".

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        England and America: a comparison of the social and political state of both nations

      London: Richard Bentley, 1833. Two volumes octavo, with armorial bookplate of the Earl of Cowper (who served briefly as Under Secretary of Foreign Affairs in 1834); original calf boards, neatly rebacked. Wakefield's political theory before the establishment of the colony of South Australia. The articulation of Wakefield's political theory written anonymously and in the aftermath of the (initial) rejection of colonisation plans of South Australia by the Colonial Office. Uncommon.

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        Correspondance d'Orient. 1830 - 1831

      Ducollet, Paris - 1833-35, 7 volumes in 8 demi reliure de basane marron, pièces de titre et de tomaison. Une carte dépliante. Petits accrocs à la reliure quelques rousseurs sinon bon exemplaire [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF MODERN WINES. (The first book in English that deals exclusively with modern wines).

      London, Whittaker, Treacher, & Arnot, 1833.FIRST EDITION 1833, 8vo, approximately 220 x 140 mm, 8¾ x 5½ inches, vignette on title page and interesting pictorial headpieces (third to half page), 2 small tailpieces, pages: xxxv, 407 including index, bound by Bayntun (Riviere) of Bath in modern half dark blue morocco over blue cloth sides, gilt dividing lines, raised gilt bands, gilt motif in 4 compartments with double gilt ruled borders, gilt lettered in 2 compartments, top edges gilt, pink marbled endpapers. Spine slightly faded, gilt bright, small faint mark at fore - edge of upper cover, a few fox spots to endpapers and prelims, very faint on title page, pencil name and date 1945 on second blank endpaper, very faint private library ink stamp on reverse of title page, otherwise a near Fine tight clean copy. The book deals with viticulture and the manufacture of wine, the superiority of French wines, wines of the rest of Europe including Greece, plus briefly Persia and the East, Africa and America and finally adulteration of wines and spirits. Gabler, Wine into Words, page 221, G33940: "This is the first book in English that deals exclusively with modern wines. It was an immense success and required a second edition in 1836, a third in 1851... As a reference for information about wines of the late 18th and early 19th centuries that are still produced today, there is nothing better in the English language." MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A liberdade dos mares, ou o governo inglez descoberto; traduzido livremente do hespanhol.

      Typ. Miranda & Carneiro, Rio de Janeiro 1833 - 3 partes em 1 vol. In-8vo. (13 cm) de LIV-54-92-103-[9] pp. Cart. Cartonagem recente com rótulo de pele gravado a ouro. Bom exemplar. Primeira edição em português desta obra publicada originalmente em 1789 em Paris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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