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        Samlede Noveller.

      1833 1833 - 8 bind. Kbhvn.: Steen 1833-40, Randers: Schmidt 1844. 12mo. Bortset fra bind 6 er bindene indbundne med de orig. omslag i smukke nyere konforme halvlæderbind med farvede titelfelter og guldtryk på ryggene. Bindene signeret Anker Kyster. * Et af hovedværkerne i den danske guldalderlitteratur.1832 tilbød boghandler Chr. Steen at tage novellerne på sit forlag. Da første bind udkom havde der tegnet sig 100 abonnenter, da 2. bd. udkom var dette antal steget med 90 og da 4. bd. udkom var antallet steget til 238. Bind 6 og 7 udkom også under titlen "Min Vinterbestilling 1842 & 1843" og bind 8 "Min Vinterbestilling 1844 og 1845", [sidstnævnte findes ikke i nærværende sæt], med særskilte titelblade 'Samlede Noveller. 6te og 7de Deel' samt 'Samlede Noveller 8. Deel'. Af litterære navne på subskriptionslisterne finder man kun Fr. Paludan Müller, Hostrup og Kierkegaard.Bertelsen 15, 25, 32, 33 og 34. Bibl. Danica VI,46.

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        Calendar Senate Bills 1873 [New Jersey State Senate]

      - Oblong 12mo. 500pp. Quarter leather and marbled papercovered boards with printed label. 500 partially printed pages with space to indicate the name of the Senate bill, who introduced it, its disposition, amendments, etc. Owner's printed name on front board ("Hon. C. Henry Sheppard"), rubbing and modest wear, slight dampstain on front endpapers, sound and at least very good. Sheppard has filled out 412 of the bill slips. Much on bridge and railroad building, incorporation of banks, fire companies, road and turnpike companies, gas and gas light companies, oyster planters, colleges, parks, etc.; the United States buying Red Bank Battlefield to establish a national park; a bill to preserve ruffed grouse; a charter for the City of Trenton; the founding of the Children's Sea Shore House at Atlantic City for Invalid Children; establishment of District Courts in Newark; and hundreds of others. Many of the bills were of local origins, and hundreds of New Jersey locations are referenced. Caleb Henry Sheppard was born in Greenwich Township, New Jersey, in 1833 and was a longtime resident of Shiloh. In the period before the Civil War, Sheppard was a literate and intensely radical abolitionist.

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        Journal and letters from France and Great-Britain

      N. Tuttle, Troy, New York 1833 - First edition, 12mo, pp. xii, [9]-391; frontispiece map of Paris; original terracotta muslin, printed paper label on spine; spine a bit discolored, else a very good, sound copy. American Travelers Abroad W-86: "The author was a school mistress traveling for her health. Her trip to Europe in 1830-31 is described in her letters and journals including name dropping in regard to such persons as Washington Irving and Gen. Lafayette." Spiller, The American in England, pp. 254-7: calls this "The only professed travel book by a woman." American Imprints 22663. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Report of Proceedings on a Voyage to the Northern Ports of China in the ship Lord Amherst

      Extracted from Papers, printed by order of the House of Commons, relating to the trade with China. First edition. 8vo. Contemporary half-calf. [iv], 296pp. Added to which is a 28pp. extract from the Parliamentary Papers. London, B. Fellowes,

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        Voyage autour du monde, par les mers de l'Inde et de Chine, exécuté sur la corvette de l'état La Favorite pendant les années 1830, 1831 et 1832

      Imprimerie royale 1833 - - Imprimerie royale, Paris 1833 - 1835, Grd. in-8 (15,5x24,5cm), (4) XLI, 558pp. (1) et (4) 481pp. (1) et (4) 510pp. (1) et (4) 480pp., 4 tomes en 4 volumes reliés. - Edition originale. Les 2 premiers volumes furent publiés en 1833, les 2 seconds en 1835. Une grande carte dépliante et de nombreuses tables (Températures, météorologie.) in fine ; 4 vignettes de titre et culs-de-lampe représentant des navires ou scènes en fin de chaque chapitre. Cette édition se trouve complète ainsi (Notice BNF n° : FRBNF30738909), c'est l'éditeur Arthus Bertrand qui réédita le texte en 1835 (et qui se trouvait le dépositaire de l'imprimerie royale pour les voyages) en lui adjoignant 3 atlas qui complétèrent la publication à diverses dates, un atlas hydrographique, un atlas zoologique (in-8, 1839) et un album du voyage d'aquatintes, l'ensemble au format in folio ; ces atlas très chers et particulièrement somptueux ne se trouvent que rarement avec les textes. A la suite des notes du tome IV, Mémoires sur les opérations géographiques par M. Serval (notamment sur les 4 montres marines de Berthoud qui furent emportés sur les navires). Reliures en cartonnage d'époque blond. Dos lisses ornés de filets. Pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin brun. Dos légèrement assombris. Traces de frottements. Quelques coins repliés. Rousseurs éparses. Bon exemplaire. Missionné par le gouvernement pour rétablir l'influence française dans le Pacifique et des accords commerciaux, La Favorite partit également dans un but scientifique qu'elle réalisa pleinement. L'expédition vers les terres australes partit de Toulon en décembre 1829 et revint en avril 1832. En suivant les côtes africaines, l'expédition atteignit Pondichéry, la Cochinchine, le Tonkin, les Philippines, l'Australie, la Nouvelle Zélande, la Tasmanie, et revint en traversant le Pacifique, puis longea les côtes du Brésil, pour enfin rejoindre Toulon par L'atlantique. La relation et les descriptions sont extrèmement riches et détaillés, visant une certaine objectivité ; le narrateur décrit simplement ce qu'il voit, sans considérations scientifiques. La mission fit une escale à L'île de Bourbon, et de nombreuses escales dans toutes les villes côtières, Macao, Canton, Manille, Valparaiso, Rio de Janeiro. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition. The first two volumes were published in 1833, the second two in 1835. Binders in carton of blond era. (4) XLI, 558pp. (1) et (4) 481pp. (1) et (4) 510pp. (1) et (4) 480pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Règles, règlemens (règlements), ordres et ordonnances du Conseil de Ville de Montréal

      Montréal: Fabre, Perrault & Cie, 1833. Cuir. Très bon. In-12. 23 pages, imprimé après le 19 juin 1833. Sans l'addenda des pages 25 à 32 "Additional By-Laws" du 15 octobre 1833 paru après le 19 octobre 1833. Reliure récente aux armes et de la Ville et boitier, signée J. Jasmin. Rare document des débuts de l'administration de Montréal sous le premier maire, Jacques Viger.

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        La Fete Des Vignerons, Vevey

      Extensive panoramic scroll on 30 plates, each measuring 19 x 48cm. Hand-coloured lithograph, the festival was intended to be a once in a generation event celebrating a particularly good grape harvest. The first festival was held in 1797, it was celebrated for a third time 8 to 9 August 1833. Recently re-bound in quarter leather and hand-made paper boards with vellum tips and ribbon ties. Panorama is attached to fore-edge and folds out. Some handling marks.

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        Mansfield Park.

      London: Richard Bentley, 1833 - Octavo. Original purple glazed linen boards, twin black spine labels lettered in gilt. Armorial bookplate of J. B. Gibson to front pastedown. Spine partially faded, a couple of marks to covers. An excellent copy. Engraved vignette title and frontispiece by William Greatbach after Ferninand Pickering (tissue-guards intact). First Bentley edition, in the first issue binding, the third edition overall, and the first English edition to be illustrated. In 1832–3 Richard Bentley bought the copyright to all Austen's novels, which had not been reissued since 1818, to include them in his Standard Novels series, of which this is no. XXVII. The Bentley illustrations, by the obscure Ferdinand Pickering, played an integral part in the reception of Austen's novels; according to one Austen scholar, they "promoted a sense that her novels were best understood as familial, female focused, and sensational. For decades, these illustrations would have served to steer readers away from the conclusion that Austen's fiction ought to be understood as social, comic, or didactic" (Davoney Looser, The Making of Jane Austen, 2017, p. 20). Gilson D3. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mother Goose's Melodies. The Only Pure Edition. Containing All That Have Ever Come to Light of Her Memorable Writings, Together with Those Which Have Been Discovered Among the Mss. Of Herculaneum. Likewise Every One Recently Found in the Same Stone Box...

      Boston [circa 1835 - 1845]: Munroe and Francis, 1833. First Edition, Early Printing . Cloth Over Boards / Gilt. Very Good. 5.5" / 14.3 Cm Tall. Hand Colored Plates Throughout. 95 Pp + Ad On P 96. 1833 Copyright Date, Title Page With "Boston: Printed And Published By Munroe And Francis". In The Rare Binding Of Brown Cloth Over Stiff Card, Covers Blindstamped And With Gilt "Goose's Melodies". Hardcover Deluxe Edition With Hand-Colored Plates. Estimated Printing Over Several Years 1833 Of Over 100,000 Copies; Only 1 Is Shown In Worldcat And Only About 12 Copies Known To The Bibliographer (Bleiler) In 1970, Although There Are Additional Copies Known, For Example At The American Antiquarian Society And The New York Historical Society, Almost All Known Copies Are Bound In Printed Paper Wrappers. An Early Modern "Mother Goose" For Children Printed In America, With Extensive Borrowings From Earlier Editions, And Itself Extensively Reprinted And Borrowed From By Other Publishers In The Nineteenth Century, Still Quite Readable Today For Adults And Children, Preserving The Rhymes In Nearly The Versions Used At Present. The Difficult Bibliography Of This Book Is Provided At Length By Bleiler In His Introduction And Bibliographical Appendix To The 1970 Dover Reprint. Briefly: He Describes, In Apparent Date Order, The Hamilton, Rosenbach, Brown, And Dover Types; The First Two Were Known To Him Only In Single Copies, The Brown And Dover Versions [The Dover Version In Both Boston And New York Imprints] In Several Copies Each. This Example Appears To Be A Deluxe, Hardcover, Hand-Colored Mixed State Apparently Issued Between Bleiler's Brown And Dover States, With Most But Not All Text Corresponding To The Dover Version, With The Following Points: The Title Page Shows The Boston Imprint Of Munroe And Francis; P. 2 Has "Billy", Unlike Hamilton But Like Brown And Dover; The Illustration On P. 36 Is Upside Down, As In The Hamilton And Rosenbach Copies, But This Was Corrected In The Dover Edition, So This Printing Apparently Is After His "Brown" Version But Precedes The Dover Variety; P. 11 Text Is "Sing, Sing!", With Final Period, This Period Noted As Lacking In The Dover Edition; And Pp 55 And 84 Have The Illustrations That Bleiler Notes As Present Only In The "Earlier" Munroe And Francis Printings. Page 12 Has "Bye Baby Bunting", As In The Dover Variety, And Unlike The "Hi Diddle" In The Brown Variety. The Brown Cloth Binding Is Similar But Not Identical To That Cloth Binding Which Bleiler Indicates Was Used For A Hardcover Edition Of The Dover Variety, And The Illustrations Are In Four Colors [Blue, Green, Yellow, And Red] Lacking The Fifth Color, Orange, Which Bleiler Ascribes To The Hardcover Printing Of The Dover Variety. The Contents Are Not Similar To The Later Whitmore Or Hislop States, Of Course. The Points Thus Indicate An Early Printing, Later Than The Brown Example Cited By Bleiler But Earlier Than The Dover Example Which He Cites. Light Wear, No Chips Or Tears, Cover Gilt Bright, Small Corner Crease At Lower Front Tip, Hinges Solid Binding Intact, Pages With Some Wear But No Tears Or Losses, Colors Bright, An Exceptionally Nice Example Of A Scarce And Important Early American Children's Book.

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        Journal of an Expedition to Explore the Course and Termination of the Niger cwith a Narrative of a Voyage down that River to its Termination

      First edition. 3 vols. Large folding & one other map, 2 portrait frontispieces & 5 plates, with further illustrations in the text. 16mo. Modern quarter morocco.  lxiv, 272; vii, [1], 321; vii, [1], 354, [1]pp. London, John Murray, 1832 &

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        Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion.

      London: Richard Bentley (successor to Henry Colburn); Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; Cumming, Dublin; and Galignani, Paris, 1833 - Octavo (168 x 100 mm). Period style blue half calf, crimson morocco label, decoration to bands gilt, marbled boards, plain endpapers. Some foxing to verso of frontispiece and to title pages, an excellent copy. Engraved frontispiece and extra engraved vignette title, on plate paper, inserted between half-title and title. Both signed "Pickering" at left foot and "Greatbatch" at right. First Bentley edition, second overall, also the first one-volume edition, bound with the series title page. 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. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Potpourri sur des motifs de l'opéra 'Martha' de Flotow. Pour le Piano a quatre Mains. Imp. chez Ch. Scheuermann. Oeuv. 140, No. 59. 29 Seiten Kupferstich-Noten-Blätter, um 1850. Angebunden: Potpourri sur des Motifs de l'Opera Belisario de Donizetti. Par C. W,. Marks. Oeuv. 68, No. 10. Hamburg, A. Cranz um 1850. 29 Seiten Kupferstich-Noten-Blätter. Angebunden: Pesther- Walzer von Joseph Lanner. 93. Werk, P.M. No. 2542, S. 3 bis 11 (Blatt 1/2 fehlt - Titelblatt ?).

      26 x 33,5, cm. Halbleder d. Zeit. Johannes Brahms (1833 in Hamburg - 1897 in Wien) war ein deutscher Komponist, Pianist und Dirigent. Brahms gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Komponisten der Musikgeschichte. Unter dem Pseudonym "G.W. Marks" verfasste u.a. auch Johannes Brahms eine Reihe von Potpourris. Damit könnten diese beiden Werke, v.a. Donizetti (Werk Nr. 10 bei Cranz) Brahms eventuell zugeschrieben werden (?).Die beiden Marks-Werke sind jeweils unten mit einem russischen (kyrillisch) Kommissions-Verleger-Stempel versehen. Einband mit Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, innen nur wenig stockfleckig.

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        Sketches of Turkey in 1831 and 1832.

      New York: J. J. Harper,, 1833. By an American. Octavo in half-sheets (227 x 140 mm). Later 19th-century red half calf, spine richly gilt in compartments, dotted roll gilt to raised bands, green morocco label, marbled sides, edges and endpapers. Wood-engravings to the text. Bound without the 4 pages of advertisements. Bookplate of Lancashire chemist and discriminating bibliophile Robert J. Hayhurst to the front pastedown. Spine sunned, extremities lightly rubbed, scattered light spotting, a small number of leaves roughly trimmed along the fore edge, the text never affected, occasional lightly pencilled underlining and marginalia. A very good copy. First edition. De Kay (1792-1851), best remembered for his achievements in zoology, travelled to Istanbul with his father-in-law Henry Eckford, a noted American shipbuilder engaged to rebuild the Ottoman fleet following the Battle of Navarino; De Kay himself was briefly considered for the newly created position of American consul in Constaninople. The visit also coincided with the sweeping military and administrative reforms of Sultan Mahmud II (r. 1808-39), which under his son and successor Abdülmecid I became known as the Tanzimat. De Kay's account, "a very interesting work full of historical and and political sketches and including a special chapter on the first treaty between the Porte and the US" (Blackmern), also contains lively descriptions of the neighbourhoods of Istanbul, its Armenian, Greek and Jewish communities, and public health issues. The book is well-held in American libraries, but only seven copies in UK institutions, and only infrequently coming to market.

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        Sketches of Turkey in 1831 and 1832. By an American.

      New York: J. J. Harper, 1833 - Octavo in half-sheets (227 x 140 mm). Later 19th-century red half calf, spine richly gilt in compartments, dotted roll gilt to raised bands, green morocco label, marbled sides, edges and endpapers. Bound without the 4 pages of advertisements. Bookplate of Lancashire chemist and discriminating bibliophile Robert J. Hayhurst to the front pastedown. Spine sunned, extremities lightly rubbed, scattered light spotting, a small number of leaves roughly trimmed along the fore edge, the text never affected, occasional lightly pencilled underlining and marginalia. A very good copy. Wood-engravings to the text. First edition. De Kay (1792-1851), best remembered for his achievements in zoology, travelled to Istanbul with his father-in-law Henry Eckford, a noted American shipbuilder engaged to rebuild the Ottoman fleet following the Battle of Navarino; De Kay himself was briefly considered for the newly created position of American consul in Constaninople. The visit also coincided with the sweeping military and administrative reforms of Sultan Mahmud II (r. 1808-39), which under his son and successor Abdülmecid I became known as the Tanzimat. De Kay's account, "a very interesting work full of historical and and political sketches and including a special chapter on the first treaty between the Porte and the US" (Blackmern), also contains lively descriptions of the neighbourhoods of Istanbul, its Armenian, Greek and Jewish communities, and public health issues. The book is well-held in American libraries, but only seven copies in UK institutions, and only infrequently coming to market. Atabey 334; Blackmer 465; Weber 210. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Von den Krankheiten des Herzens und der großen Gefäße.

      Übersetzung aus dem Englischen mit einem Vorworte, Anmerkungen und Zusätzen hersg. von Ferd. Wilh, Becker. - Berlin, Theod. Christ. Friedr. Enslin, 1833, 8, (30), 505, (1) pp., 1 Taf., feiner Halbledereinband der Zeit. First edition in German of one of the great cardiac classics, translated by Ferd. Wilhelm Becker, a former fellow - student of James Hope (1801-1841) at Edinburgh. -- Klassische Beschreibung von Herzasthma, Herzklappenerkrankung und Herzneurose. "Hope did much to advance the knowledge of heart murmurs, valvular disease, and aneuyrysm he described the second sound of the left side of the sternum in mitral stenosis as "altered" - losing its short, flat clear sound and becoming a prolonged bellows murmur. From his description this becomes known as "Hope's early diastolic murmur", and his classic description of cardic asthma, valvular disease, and cardic neurosis.." Garrison & Morton No.2747 Willius & T.E.Keys, Cardia Classics, pp.405-15, Waller 4901 Bedford 272

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        Northanger Abbey [and] Persuasion.

      London: Richard Bentley, 1833 - Octavo. Original purple glazed linen boards, twin black spine labels lettered in gilt, green silk page marker. Armorial bookplate of J. B. Gibson to front pastedown. Spine faded to buff, as generally seen, a few marks to covers, tips slightly bumped, occasional faint spot to contents. An excellent copy. Engraved vignette title and frontispiece by William Greatbach after Ferninand Pickering (tissue-guards intact). First Bentley edition, in the first issue binding, the second edition overall, and the first English edition to be illustrated. In 1832–3 Richard Bentley bought the copyright to all Austen's novels, which had not been reissued since 1818, to include them in his Standard Novels series, of which this is no. XXVIII. The Bentley illustrations, by the obscure Ferdinand Pickering, played an integral part in the reception of Austen's novels; according to one Austen scholar, they "promoted a sense that her novels were best understood as familial, female focused, and sensational. For decades, these illustrations would have served to steer readers away from the conclusion that Austen's fiction ought to be understood as social, comic, or didactic" (Davoney Looser, The Making of Jane Austen, 2017, p. 20). Gilson D4.

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        Le Roi s'amuse. [SUIVI DE:] Lucrèce Borgia.

      - Paris, Eugène Renduel, 1833 (impr. Everat pour Borgia). 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume in-8, (6)-XXXIX-(1)-183-(1)-XI-(1)-192 pp., reliure de l'époque demi-maroquin à grain long à coins, dos orné (mors et bords un peu frottés, quelques rousseurs, manque le frontispice pour Lucrèce Borgia). Edition originale avec mention fictive de 3e édition pour Le Roi s'amuse, qui contient bien le Dicours devant le Tribunal de Commerce. Eau-forte de Johannot sur Chine contrecollée en frontispice. Edition originale de Lucrèce Borgia avec mention fictive de 2e édition pour Lucrèce Borgia. MANQUE le frontispice. Sous une jolie reliure. * Clouzot, 146. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). *** Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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        Ettore Fieramosca

      V. Ferrario, Milano 1833 - 2 volumi in 8, pp.(8), 209, (3), 238, (2), legatura in mezza pelle con angoli, nervaturea a vista e tasselli al dorso con fregi, titolo, nome autore e numerazione volume in oro, conservate brossure originali, rarissimo esemplare prima tiratura ed edizione romanzo, ottimo stato 2 volumes in 8°, pp. (8), 209, (3), 238, (2), half-leather binding with corners, visual ribs and lettering pieces to the back with gilt ornaments, title, author’s name and numbering, original booklets, very rare copy, first printing and edition, very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sense and Sensibility.

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1833 [but 1832]. Octavo. Original purple glazed linen boards, twin black spine labels lettered in gilt, green silk page marker. Engraved vignette title and frontispiece by William Greatbach after Ferninand Pickering (tissue-guards intact). Armorial bookplate of J. B. Gibson to front pastedown. With the 8 pp. publisher's ads, including advert for an edition Shakespeare to appear in January 1883 (not noted by Gilson). Spine very slightly faded, a few marks to covers, odd faint spot to contents. An excellent copy. First Bentley edition, in the first issue binding, the third edition overall (pre-dating the first American by a few months), and the first English edition to be illustrated. In 1832–3 Richard Bentley bought the copyright to all Austen's novels, which had not been reissued since 1818, to include them in his Standard Novels series, of which this is no. XXIII. The Bentley illustrations, by the obscure Ferdinand Pickering, played an integral part in the reception of Austen's novels; according to one Austen scholar, they "promoted a sense that her novels were best understood as familial, female focused, and sensational. For decades, these illustrations would have served to steer readers away from the conclusion that Austen's fiction ought to be understood as social, comic, or didactic" (Davoney Looser, The Making of Jane Austen, 2017, p. 20).

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        Souvenirs d'un sexagénaire.

      Paris, Librairie Dufey, 1833, - 4 vol. in-8, demi-chagrin brun, dos à nerfs, couv. cons. (rel. moderne).Édition originale. Souvenirs d'un dramaturge qui s'étendent de la fin du règne de Louis XV jusqu'au 18 brumaire. On y trouve bien sûr de nombreuses anecdotes sur le théâtre mais également sur la mort de Louis XV, la tenue des États-généraux, les massacres de septembre, la Terreur, la rencontre avec Bonaparte sous le Directoire, un séjour à l'armée d'Italie et le départ pour l'Égypte. Ex-libris du Baron Charles d'Huart. Tulard, 36. Fierro, 38. De Meulenaere, 18.

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        Sense and Sensibility

      Richard Bentley, London 1833 - The third edition, and first one volume edition, and the first to feature a 'Memoir of Jane Austen'. A sound copy in contemporary half calf with gilt decorations on spine, marbled boards a bit rubbed. Previous owners name on front end paper, contents clean and unmarked, light foxing to the frontis. 1/4" square clipped front the lower corner of the final blank, but unobtrusive. Without the series title as with most copies, but with the engraved title, frontis, and separate title page. Preceded only by the 1811 first edition and 1813 second, scarce in its original binding and in such good condition, many copies ended up in circulating libraries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Potpourri sur des motifs de l'opéra 'Martha' de Flotow. Pour le Piano a quatre Mains. Imp. chez Ch. Scheuermann. Oeuv. 140, No. 59. 29 Seiten Kupferstich-Noten-Blätter, um 1850. Angebunden: Potpourri sur des Motifs de l'Opera Belisario de Donizetti. Par C. W,. Marks. Oeuv. 68, No. 10. Hamburg, A. Cranz um 1850. 29 Seiten Kupferstich-Noten-Blätter. Angebunden: Pesther- Walzer von Joseph Lanner. 93. Werk, P.M. No. 2542, S. 3 bis 11 (Blatt 1/2 fehlt - Titelblatt ?).

      - 26 x 33,5, cm. Halbleder d. Zeit. Johannes Brahms (1833 in Hamburg - 1897 in Wien) war ein deutscher Komponist, Pianist und Dirigent. Brahms gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Komponisten der Musikgeschichte. Unter dem Pseudonym "G.W. Marks" verfasste u.a. auch Johannes Brahms eine Reihe von Potpourris. Damit könnten diese beiden Werke, v.a. Donizetti (Werk Nr. 10 bei Cranz) Brahms eventuell zugeschrieben werden (?). Die beiden Marks-Werke sind jeweils unten mit einem russischen (kyrillisch) Kommissions-Verleger-Stempel versehen. Einband mit Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, innen nur wenig stockfleckig. Sprache: Deutsch 1200 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT; A TREATISE ON FREE INSTITUTIONS. INCLUDING THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.Inscribed By NATHANIEL CHIPMAN.

      Edward Smith, VT 1833 - Signed 1st edition. Nathaniel Chipman - PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT; A TREATISE ON FREE INSTITUTIONS. INCLUDING THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. A solid and attractive rare early 19th century book, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper. Nathaniel Chipman was a United States Senator from Vermont, first Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court, first judge of the United States District Court for the District of Vermont, and an Colonial Officer during the American Revolution. Chipman was a correspondent of Hamiltons¿, John Adams, Washington, among others. In this treatise, 40 years into the American experiment, Chipman revisits his groundbreaking 1793 ¿Sketches on Government¿¿. Contents include: Patriotism, Necessity of civil laws and government, natural, political, and civil rights and liberty, right of property, right of inheritance and testamentary disposition, right of opinion, formation of government, the civil compact, sovereignty, political power, division and limitation of the civil powers, the check arising from a balance of powers, election and appointment to office, subordinate political institutions, institute of Justice, natural law, law of nations, municipal laws and their civil obligations, moral obligation of civil laws, penal laws, taxation, etc. Approx.5.5x8.5 inches, hardcover; viii + 330 pages of text. Very Good condition: no torn or missing pages; no writing or markings in the text; author inscription on front . Original publisher's hardcover leather binding, with some wear and scuffing. A solid and attractive copy of this rare book. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Un spectacle dans un fauteuil.

      Paris, Librairie d'Eugène Renduel, 1833. - In-8°, 288p. Edition originale fort peu courante sortie des presses de l'Imprimerie Everat. Quelques pâles rousseurs, restaurations anciennes en tête et en pied de reliure. Bon exemplaire Reliure d'époque demi-basane bleue nuit, dos lisse avec décor romantique et titre dorés. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Voyage autour du monde, par les mers de l'Inde et de Chine, exécuté sur la corvette de l'état La Favorite pendant les années 1830, 1831 et 1832

      first edition. The first two volumes were published in 1833, the second two in 1835.Binders in carton of blond era. Imprimerie royale Paris 1833 - 1835 Grd. in-8 (15,5x24,5cm) (4) XLI, 558pp. (1) et (4) 481pp. (1) et (4) 510pp. (1) et (4) 480pp. 4 tomes en 4 volumes reliés

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        La Città della Filosofia.

      S.l. (Pesaro), 1833. PRIMA edizione. In 8vo (cm. 22); copertina coeva; pp. 43 (1). Dialoghi tra il Cervello, la Filosofia, il Governo, la Giustizia, la Proprietà, l'Insegnamento e l'Incivilimento, il Culto. "Si aprono le porte della nuova città, e lasciati di fuori il Cervello e il Culto Cattolico, entra la Filosofia accompagnata da tutto il suo ministero liberale, e viene festeggiata con un allegrissimo Charivari... Frattanto arriva il Disinganno accompagnato dal Cervello, prendono a calci la Filosofia, mandano all'ospedale dei matti i Filosofi liberali....". Axs

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        A Sketch of the History of Ohio

      Corey and Fairbank, Cincinnati 1833 - Tall octavo, 40pp. A good copy in the original boards with period brown calf spine and corner tips and red morocco spine label. Dampstaining and general wear to boards, gentle wear at the corners, and moderate internal foxing. Pencil and some ink writing to the endpapers and endleaves, with some internal notations. Some chipping and minor closed tears to a few leaves, not affecting text. A highly scarce volume, considered by many to be one of the earliest works solely dedicated to the history of Ohio, which, at the time of publication, had been a state for only three decades. Chase, who is best known for serving as Secretary of the Treasury during the Lincoln administration, also served as Governor of Ohio and Senator from Ohio. He published this volume when he was just 25 years old, originally as part of his "Statutes of Ohio," and was soon after published separately, of which this copy is an example (Howes C-320 (aa)). Though in far from fine condition, a rare and highly sought after early history of the Buckeye state, authored by a young and ambitious Salmon P. Chase, who would, over the next three decades, cement himself as a transformational figure in Ohio and American politics. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Illuminated Ornaments selected from Manuscripts and Early Printed Books from the Sixth to the Seventeenth Centuries. Drawn and Engraved by Henry Shaw, F.S.A. With Descriptions by Sir Frederic MADDEN, K.H., F.R.S.

      London: William Pickering, 1833. First edition, LARGE PAPER COPY. Engraved title, printed title, [ii], 18-page Introduction followed by [59] color plates (with guards) with 60 pages of descriptive text. 1 vols. Imperial 4to (36.5 x 26.25 cm). Full brown calf, gilt extra, edges gilt. Finely rebacked. Beautiful, tall, copy with immaculate plates. First edition, LARGE PAPER COPY. Engraved title, printed title, [ii], 18-page Introduction followed by [59] color plates (with guards) with 60 pages of descriptive text. 1 vols. Imperial 4to (36.5 x 26.25 cm). Large Paper. Keynes p. 89; McLean, Victorian Book Design pp. 46-47

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        1833 - 1835 SUPERB, ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT JOURNALS [2] AND RELICS OF GEORGIAN ERA ART, SHIP BUILDING AND MARINE COMMERCE DELIGHTFULLY ILLUSTRATED BY A MASTER DESIGNER OF FIGUREHEADS AND SHIPS

      MARYPORT CUMBRIA ENGLAND UNITED KINGDOM 1833 - On offer is an unparalleled pair [2] of manuscript notebooks and early Georgian Era relics of British maritime and nautical art and history hand written and drawn by Kelsick Wood and family a Maryport England ship builder, figurehead designer and chandler whose significant journals detail the 'behind the scenes' aspects of shipbuilding and ship rigging and supplying all manner of ships' stores and repairs in the early part of the 19th Century. The journals are filled with quotes for work on a variety of vessels [including Mary Jones, Sloop Mary, Postlethwaite, Eliza Heywood, Sylla, Snow Magnet, James Ray, Sterling, Widows Friend, Wilton Wood, Coeur de Lion and many, many more], costs of materials including teak and oak, orders for anchors, ropes, rigging, sails and accounts etc. But what makes this extraordinary historical manuscript into the category of true rarity are the dozens and dozens of superb illustrations; portraits, group scenes, figureheads, ships, animals, mythical creatures and exotic African princesses and 'Britannia' herself and so much more littered throughout most relating to a particular ship, some drawn in situ, we surmise for use at a later date. Some of these drawings which include two loose black and white sketches one in pen and ink another in pencil range from character studies to coats of arms portraits and several figurehead designs. The skill of the artist is nothing short of remarkable. His portraits bring to life the clients and characters he deals with or records for future reference and given his limited palette he does a superb job. The books: 'No 3' [titled on the cover] a notebook used by Kelsick Wood a provincial Ship builder from Maryport from c1835 onwards detailing many aspects of his work. Included are a variety of small sketches/ illustrations on manuscript pagination as follows 28 pages prelims including a thumb index alphabetically and approximately 122 pages most paginated once for each pair of facing pages - one or two pages trimmed leaving only the top halves of the pages - one portrait neatly cut out. 135mm x 188mm. 'No 4' [title on the cover] dated in the front in manuscript K Wood and Sons October 1833 with a small sketch of the vessel Wilton Wood, contains a similar mixture of day to day accounts and a variety of sketches - in both note books it is not clear whether these sketches were intended designs actually commissioned or whether these were just ideas or even a sketch of the actual figureheads of vessels the ship builder worked on. 26 pages prelims with a thumb index alphabetically and 136 pages. 135mm x 188mm. The pair contain approximately 144 pages with at least a single sketch - others have groups of sketches some others are full page, ten designs for figureheads but many other sketches of other aspects of details of proposed work including several partial details of various vessels sterns. EDITOR'S NOTES: We note that The Royal Museums at Greenwich have a private account book which belonged to Kelsick Wood for the period 1839-40 recording similar details to the above - details of Ships built and the purchase of materials etc. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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        Mémoires. Publiés par sa famille.

      Paris, Fournier, Londres, Bull 1833 - 2 vol. in-8, IV-463 pp. et 478 pp., 2 cartes et un croquis dépliants, bradel papier brun moucheté, filets dorés au dos (rel. de l'époque). Qqs rousseurs. Édition originale, tirée à petit nombre et non mise dans le commerce, publiée par A. Bulos d'après les papiers du Maréchal Ney. Ces mémoires ne furent jamais publiés dans leur intégralité. Les deux volumes publiés concernent la Révolution, les troubles en Suisse, le camp de Boulogne, la campagne de 1805. L'ouvrage est rarement complet de l'intégralité de ses planches comme ici. De la Bibliothèque de M. le Comte de Schônborn Buchheim (ex) libris et étiquette). Tulard, 1086. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LE LANDSCAPE FRANCAIS. ITALIE.

      PARIS, Chez Louis Janet, 1833.. HAND COLOURED EDITION. 1833, French text, 8vo, approximately 200 x 130 mm, 8 x 5¼ inches, 12 hand-coloured plates heightened with gum arabic, each with tissue guard, pages: half-title, printed title and engraved title with engraved vignette, [4], 1-232, original maroon moire silk binding, gilt decoration to spine, all edges gilt, original pink endpapers. Hinges worn with amateur repairs and some colouring, spine faded, 3 plates have light offset, back of plates have pale age-browning and some offset from text, some pale foxing throughout, occasional spot to margins of plates, otherwise a very nice copy, scarce with hand coloured plates, housed in a pale yellow card slipcase, slipcase has some pale staining. The illustrations: VENISE; RIMINI; MILAN; LE LAC DE COME; LE LAC MAJEUR; SORRENTE; FLORENCE; LE LAC DE LUGO; ROME; POUZZOLLES; NAPLES; DOMO D'OSSOLA. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Storia degli antichi popoli Italiani [Avec :] Monumenti per servire alla Storia degli antichi popoli Italiani. Seconda edizione.

      Florence, Tipografia all' insegna di Dante, 1832-1833, - trois volumes in-8 de texte ; un vol. in-folio d'atlas, XVI-368, [4]-368 et VIII-271 pp. [volumes de texte] ; [2] ff. n. ch. (faux-titre & titre), une grande carte à double page et 116 planches regroupant 120 figures (plans, planches gravées, planches à la manière noire) [volume d'atlas], demi-veau tabac, dos lisse cloisonné et orné en long d'une guirlande dorée, pièces de titre noires, tranches marbrées (reliure de l'époque). Dos frottés, rousseurs. Édition originale du texte, mais deuxième édition de l'atlas qui complète les trois volumes in-8 de la Storia degli antichi popoli Italiani, publiée pour la première fois en 1832. C'est entre 1796 et 1799, lors de son séjour à Paris dans la suite de la représentation toscane auprès du Directoire, que Giuseppe Micali (1768-1844) eut l'intuition de la nécessité de s'intéresser aux peuples qui avaient vécu en Italie avant la domination des Grecs et des Romains, et posé les premiers fondements de la civilisation dans la Péninsule. De cette conviction sortirent deux ouvrages qui assurèrent sa célébrité : L'Italia avanti il dominio dei Romani (1810 et 1821, 4 volumes, également avec un atlas) ; et la Storia degli antichi popoli Italiani, qui en est comme une version plus développée (1832, 1833 et 1836). Brunet, III, 1696. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire chirurgicale du siège de la citadelle d'Anvers ; extrait des Mémoires de médecine militaire, t. XXXIV.

      Paris, Imprimerie de Mme Huzard (née Vallat de La Chapelle) 1833 - in-8, [2] ff. n. ch (titre, dédicace), 372 pp., demi-veau cerise à coins, dos lisse orné de chaînettes dorées et de fleurons à froid, pièce de titre prune, tranches marbrées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale de cette relation qui marque la deuxième expérience marquante de Félix-Hippolyte Larrey (1808-1895), fils du célèbre chirurgien de la Grande Armée : reçu docteur en médecine dès 1832, il suivit cette même année son père dans la toute jeune Belgique, pour l'assister dans l'organisation du service de santé militaire que le roi Léopold avait confiée au baron Larrey. Puis il fit fonction d'aide-major pendant le siège d'Anvers en 1833, et ce sont les événements médicaux et militaires auxquels il participa qu'il raconte dans notre ouvrage. Comme l'on sait, il poursuivit une brillante carrière médicale dans le sillage de son père. Précieux exemplaire du maréchal Jean-de-Dieu Soult (1769-1851), alors ministre de la guerre de Louis-Philippe, avec envoi autographe de l'auteur. Soult et Larrey père se sont connus au moins pendant la Guerre de la Péninsule. L'ouvrage passa ensuite dans la collection du baron René Reille (1835-1898, cachet humide), petit-fils de Masséna, ce qui fait quand même deux belles provenances napoléoniennes. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        POEMS. Vol 1.

      F.E. Bingley. 1833 - pp. viii, 159. 8vo. Original boards, hinges cracking. 1st editon thus. Vol 1. only, all that was published. On front free endpaper, a manuscript poem in Hartley's hand. ' Hartley Coleridge to Elizabeth Crossfield. If ought of good or but a moments ease/ Thy soul may gather from the lines within.' The poem is dated August 1st 1841, twelve lines in length and as far as I can ascertain unpublished. There is a manuscript transcript tipped in on the inside board in a later hand. The Crossfield family crop up in letters now at the Humanities Research Centre at Austin Texas written to Hartley in the 1840s. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Atlas de l'Europe, 165 feuilles echelle 1/600.000, dessiné par Henry Perkin, gravé sur pierre sous la direction de P. Doms par F. Charles et L. Boulens.

      Bruxelles, Etablissement Vandermaelen, 1833. Tre giganteschi volumi in folio massimo, frontespizio e 165 fogli con plan d'assemblage, 2 indici e 162 carte geografiche litografate su carta grave, con greca geometrica di riquadro e confini colorati. Leg. in m. pergamena coeva. Dorsi con qualche menda alle cuffie. Interno con 4 o 5 tavv. con difetti o restauri solo marginali. Inoltre varie tavv. lievemente brunite. Opera e monumentale ed assai travagliata che impegnò l'Etablissemente del Vandermaelen per oltre 4 anni. L'ambizione del suo editore di rappresentare l'intero continente ad una scala uniforme e la novità assoluta di ricorrere alla stampa litografica (il Vandermaelen fu infatti il ptimo ad adoperare questo procedimento su vasta scala) quando tutti gli atlanti erano ancora stampati con lastre di rame, ebbe un notevolissimo impatto in tutta Europa ed anche negli Stati Uniti. L'Atlante è qui presente nel-l'introvabile stesura originale di 165 fogli (infatti fu ristampato nel 1840 in solo 100 fogli di carta più leggera, sempre alla stessa scala, ma eliminando l'Islanda, la Lapponia e le parti periferiche della Russia). A causa degli alti costi di realizzazione - e conseguentemente dell'alto prezzo di vendita - non ebbe il successo finanziario sperato dall'editore-stampatore. All'Italia sono riservate 14 tavole. Lavoro superbo e di eccezionale rarità. Woodward, Five Centu-ries of Map Printing, pp. 102-104. 22.

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        Plan of London From Actual Survey, 1833

      London: United Kingdom Newspaper. Map. Steel engraving. Image measures 21.5" x 32" Map. Steel engraving. Image measures 21.5" x 32". This map of London issued by the United Kingdom Newspaper provides an astounding amount of information about the city in 1833. Making use of the fine detail possible with the new technology of steel engraving, the map meticulously illustrates and labels buildings and streets at a small size, extending south from Regents Park to the Surrey Zoological Gardens and east from Hyde Park to the commercial docks. A decorative geometric border sets the map off from a surround of vignettes depicting 33 of the city's architectural landmarks--including the Bank of England, Lambeth Palace, Covent Garden and Waterloo Bridge--also with remarkable fineness. At the top of the map, the title flanks an elaborate cartouche that combines seals, coats of arms, flags, and other symbols of the British Empire. Such fanfare reveals the scope and power of the city at this point in history, which would only increase in the following decade with the completion of the Thames Tunnel, the world%u2019s first underwater tunnel, shown here under construction. The United Kingdom Newspaper celebrated this achievement by issuing the map free to its readers, an offer also made possible by the highly durable plates of steel engraving. The map is in good condition with some toning, offsetting, and wear to the folds. Small tears in the paper's edges not affecting the image. The print's quality and detail shine through these common signs of wear. John Shury was a British engraver and printer who worked with the publishing firm known as the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, or SDUK. This firm was formed in 1826 and published low cost maps with the goal of reaching a large market while still maintaining high quality and precision.

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        Le Pandette di Giustiniano riordinate da R. G. Pothier. Volume I (... Volume VII)

      per i fratelli Giachetti, 1833. 8vo (cm. 23,8), 7 Voll.; CXXXIX-708 pp., 989 pp., 950 pp., 992 pp., 973 pp., 1119 pp., 768 pp., 37 cc.nn. Belle legature coeve in mz. pelle con ricchi fregi, titolo e numerazione in oro al ds. Qualche sporadica ingiallitura, ma ottimo stato di conservazione. Esemplare completo delle ‘Pandette disposte in nuovo ordine da Pothier con le leggi del Codice e le Novelle che confermano, spiegano od abrogano le disposizioni delle Pandette. Versione italiana notabilmente corretta ed in gran parte rifatta col testo delle leggi a piè di pagina’. Assenti i ‘Frammenti delle leggi delle 12. tavole’, i ‘Frammenti dell’editto perpetuo’ e l’ottavo volume di ‘Indice’.

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        Die Durchschneidung der Archillessehne, als Heilmethode des Klumpfusses, oder durch zwei Fälle erläutert (pp.195-218, mit 1 gefalteten, doppelblattgr. Kupfertafeln).

      Rust's Magazin, 39. - Berlin, Georg Reimers, 8, 1833, 582 pp., mit 2 Kupferstichtafeln, Pappband d. Zeit gutes Exemplar. Paradigmawechsel: Beginn der modernen Orthopädie ERSTE AUSGABE. Originalbericht über eine der großen Pionierleistungen der modernen Orthopädie, der subkutanen Tenotomie. 5 Jahre! vor dem Erscheinen seiner berühmten Arbeit "Beiträge zur operativen Orthopädie, Hannover 1835", berichtet Georg Friedrich Stromeyer (1804-1867) hier erstmalig über seine am 28. Febr. 1831 durchgeführte Operation an dem 19-jährigen Georg Ehlers, sowie über die zweite Operation vom 12. Juni 1832. Ganz offen erwähnt Stromeyer die Verdienste von Delpech. Die Erfolge Strohmeyers waren wesentlich in seiner Nachbehandlung (Extensions-Apparate) begründet. Die Operation allein führte zu keiner Heilung des Übels. -Es ist heute überhaupt nicht vorstellbar wie hilflos die Ärzte Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts dem Klumpfuß gegenüber standen. "Noch im Jahre 1835 wurden in einer deutschen chirurgischen Klinik Klumpfüße amputiert und der Dirigent sprach den Satz aus, wahre Klumpfüße werden nicht geheilt und müssen amputiert werden!" Nur so ist es verständlich mit welcher Begeisterung die neue Methode überall aufgenommen wurde. Die subkutane Durchschneidung der Achillessehne war ein neuer Hoffnungstrahl, an dem sich Tausende Unglücklicher, die sich bisher mit ihrem Schicksal abfinden mußten, aufrichteten.

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        The two Dutch female cooks

      A description of this print appears in Stefano Ticozzi's dictionary of the architects, sculptors, painters... ['Dizionario degli architetti, scultori, pittori, intagliatori in rame ed in pietra coniatori ai medaglie, musaicisti, niellatori, intarsiatori: d'ogni età e d'ogni nazione', 1833 Vol. IV, p. 36] as: 'The Flemish cook gutting a chicken and a woman offering her something to drink'. Lettered in lower right corner of impression: "Anto. V. Heuuel Pinxit" and "G. du Viuier fecit.". Etching on paper with small margins; plate mark: 125 x 183 mm, total: 131 x 189 mm; state I/2; watermark: large coat of arms; Hollstein 3

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