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        Narrative Of An Expedition Through The Upper Mississippi To Itasca Lake The Actual Source Of The River; Embracing An Exploratory Trip Through The St Croix And Burntwood (Or Broule) Rivers In 1832

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1834. First Edition. Very good- in the publisher's original light tan cloth covered boards with a printed paper label on the spine. An octavo measuring 8 3/4" by 5 1/2" with the cloth splitting at the joints, but with the binding still holding and with heavy foxing to the preliminaries and end sheets. There are two early prior owner's names in pencil on the first free end page. The fold-out map preceding the title page has a 4 inch closed tear which has been professionally repaired. 307 pages of text including an extensive appendix which is followed by a page of errata. Illustrated with the fold-out map mentioned above, a second fold-out map page [121] and three single page maps. Considered by Howes to be "quite scarce". Sabin states of this title: "Most of this narrative is occupied with interesting incidents of Indian life and character, extracts from manuscript journals of the fur-traders, and traditions of the aboriginies. Pages 169 to 210 of the Appendix, are devoted to an analysis and vocabulary of the Chippewa language." (Howes, S187; Sabin, 77878; Graff, 3698

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        The Angler In Ireland; or An Englishman's Rambles Through Connaught and Munster During The Summer of 1833

      London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1834. First edition. Aquatint frontispieces, folding map. xii, 315; v, 312 pp. 2 vols. 8vo. Bound in quarter contemporary morocco and marbled boards. Some foxing, else very good.

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        The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 28 Volume Set

      Edinburgh Robert Cadell 1834 - 1840. G + : in Good [plus] condition. Light rubbing and edgewear. Several title panels absent or peeling away. Heraldic bookplates (Fothergill) on front pastedowns. Foxing to prelims, impacting on plates. Aeg Reprint Grey leather hardback 170mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). [10000pp]. Frontis portraits and illustrated title pages. Includes Scott's biographies of Dryden and Napoleon; Periodical Criticism; Tales of a Grandfather; etc. NB this is a heavy set. Extra shipping charges may be requested.

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        Amalfi, Ansicht einer am abschüssigen Ufer gelegenen Villa.

      - Aquarell und Pinsel in Grau, über leichter Bleistiftskizze, auf Bütten, auf grauen Büttenkarton aufgezogen, dort verso signiert und nummeriert „Frommel 3" sowie mit Bezeichnungen von Vorbesitzern. 31,7:24,5 cm. Provenienz: 1. Sammlung E. Fuhrer, Essen, nicht bei Lugt; 2. Galerie Joseph Fach, Frankfurt a.M., Kat. 57, Nr. 70; 3. Sammlung Helmut Märkt, Reutlingen, nicht bei Lugt. Frommel hielt sich mehrmals in Italien auf. Durch eine Zeichnung im Besitz der Staatlichen Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe ist ein Besuch in Sorrent Ende August / Anfang September 1834 belegt (Inv. Nr. P.K. 1524-36). Ein Abstecher nach Amalfi ist deshalb mehr als wahrscheinlich. Luftiges Aquarell in lichten Grau-, Grün-, Braun- und Gelbtönen.

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        L'Antotrofia Ossia La Coltivazione De Fiori. Two Volumes

      1834. PICCIOLI, Antonio. L'Antotrofia Ossia La Coltivazione De Fiori. Two volumes. 798 pp., 1. f. (errata). Illustrated with 72 hand-coloured lithographs. 8vo., 226 x 145 mm, bound in contemporary Italian quarter morocco, brown cloth sides, spines gilt. Florence: V. Batelli e Figli, 1834.|~| |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition, an excellent copy of this Italian florilegium in original, unsophisticated condition, featuring 72 hand-coloured botanical lithographs of high quality. The work is divided into the twelve months of the year, and documents the most beautiful flowers that bloom during each. For each flower there is information on its origin, its cultivation and care, the etymological origin of the name and a short literary text, anecdote, or 'Emblema' (e.g., a sonnet by Petrarch). Antonio Piccioli (1794-1842) was gardener of the Casa Panciatichi; he succeeded his father Giuseppe as gardener to the Museum of Natural History in Florence. Publication of L'Antotrofia, ossia la coltivazione dei fiori secured his reputation as a botanist of merit; preserved in the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze are 968 botanical drawings and plates by him. Piccioli was an Associate of the Horticultural Societies of London and Berlin. Sitwell & Blunt, Great Flower Books, p. 125. Stafleu 7884. Plesch p. 361. Not in Pritzel.

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        The Rising Village, with Other Poems. ByOliver Goldsmith, a Descendant of the Author of "The Deserted Village".

      Saint John, New Brunswick. Published for the Author by John McMillan.1834. - 16mo. 14cm, first Canadian edition, 144p., complete with halftitle, in the original green watered silk, gilt spine titles, expertlyrestored, all edges gilt, a fine copy thus, rare. (cgc) T.P.L. 1834.Lande 1798. Sabin 27720. Watters p77. - The Canadian edition of a workfirst published in London in 1825. Oliver Goldsmith was born in St.Andrew's, New Brunswick in 1794 and was the great nephew of OliverGoldsmith, the English poet. The Rising Village is written in imitationof The Deserted Village. He was Canada's first native-born poet. Exceptfor some time spent travelling, he spent most of his working life inHalifax, where he wrote The Rising Village. Rhodenizer states that hisverse is ". noticeably reminiscent of that of his great-uncle, theIrish born English poet". An expanded collection over the London 1825edition of the title poem. A work of some note in the history of Canadianpoetry. Described by Klinck et al (LITERARY HISTORY OF CANADA) as "thefirst volume of verse ever published in Canada by a native-born Canadianto receive serious attention at the hands of critics and literaryhistorians. The author was the grand nephew of his more famous nam-esake.When the title poem was published in London, he was battered by theinevitable comparisons made by reviewers. This augmented collection washis farewell to versifying. Except for some time spent travelling, mostof his working life was spent in Halifax, Hong Kon and Newfoundland, aswell as New Brunswick. It was in Halifax that he wrote the The RisingVillage Rhodenzier states that his verse is ". noticeably reminiscentof that of his great-uncle." A new edition, edited by MichaelGnarowski, Mont-real. Delta. 1968. 47p., Incorporates textual differencesbetween the London, 1825 edition and the first Canadian edition publishedin Canada, in 1834. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Patrick McGahern Books, Inc. (ABAC)]
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        Storia pittorica della Italia dal risorgimento delle belle arti fin presso al fine del XVIII secolo dell'Abate Luigi Lanzi antiquario I. e R. in Firenze. Edizione quinta.

      Firenze, Marchini, 1834. SEI tomi in due volumi in 8vo (cm. 23,2); legature coeve in mezza pergamena con tit. ms. ai dorsi; 6 frontespizi; pp. XXX, 324 (2); 307 (1); 243 (1); 214 (2); 330 (2); 239 (1). Il tomo sesto sono 240 pagine d'indici generali dell'opera. Con un indice dei libri d'istoria e di critica citati per l?opera.

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        Poems

      London: T. Cadell and E. Moxon, 1834. One engraved plate and 32 vignettes after Turner, 35 vignettes after Stothard, and 4 other vignettes, all in proof state. viii, 295, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Full red morocco, a.e.g. by J. Wright. Binding lightly rubbed, else fine. Engravings by Turner and Stothard in Proof State

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        Memorials of Oxford. 3 volume set.

      J H Parker (et al), Oxford. 1834 - Vol 1. [6] + 64 + 32 + 16 + 16 + 32 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 32 plates as called for.Vol 2. [4] + 16 + 32 + 16 + 32 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 32 plates as called for. Vol 3.[4] + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 32 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 32 + 36 plates + foldg map/plan as called for. Contemporary inscription on verso of ffep in volume 1. Scattered foxing, mainly to margins. A beautifully bound set in contemporary, dark green, full morocco with elaborate blind and gilt decoration to boards and spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MINIATURA, EL BRAVO, NOVELA VENECIANA, JAMES FENIMORE COOPER 1834

      Imp. de A. Bergnes y Cia. 1834 - Barcelona.1834. Miniatura, 11X7. Biblioteca de Damas. Holandesa con puntas. 4 T. 283p+272p+243p+238p. Raro ejemplar. Muy buen estado. Ref 9.7 Biblioteca AS. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature

      London: William Pickering 1834 - 2 volume set, 8.75 inches tall. A stunning full morocco binding by HAYDAY, one of the great binders of the Victorian era. Gilt raised bands, dense gilt tooling of the highest order to the panels and gilt tooling in the design of a Cambridge panel to the boards. Gilt dentelles and all edges. Bookplate. Some foxing to the preliminaries. A mark to the joint of the upper board of volume 2 of no structural significance. This famous manual is a fascinating "account of rare, curious, and useful books, published in or relating to Great Britain and Ireland, from the invention of printing; with biographical and critical notices, collations of the rarer articles, and the prices at which they have been sold in the present century." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opp. 24, 25, 27 nos. 1, 81, and 85 no. 12]. A collection of early editions of lieder and excerpts from the opera Genoveva

      - From the collection of Jenny Meyer, possibly the singer (1834-94) and sister-in-law of Julius Stern, director of the Stern Conservatory of Music in Berlin from 1883-94. Folio. Half dark green textured cloth with black textured cloth boards.Op. 24Liederkreis von H. Heine für eine Singstimme und Pianoforte componirt und Mademoiselle Pauline Garcia zugeeignet. Op. 24. Pr. 1 Thlr. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 6343], [after 1840]. 1f. (title), 3-23, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Publisher's handstamp to foot of title; title and final leaf professionally repaired at edges; lower right corners creased; handstamp slightly trimmed. Various annotations in pencil (including instructions in German for transposition). First Edition, later (unrecorded) issue, lacking printer's note to lower left corner of p. 3, "Stich und Druck von Breitkopf & Härtel in Leipzig." Hofmann p. 61. McCorkle pp. 100-10.Op. 25Myrthen Liederkreis Göthe, Rückert, Byron, Th. Moore, Heine, Burns & J. Mosen für Gesang und Pianoforte. Op. 25. Heft I. Heft II. Heft III. Heft IV, à 20 Ngr. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [PNs 1290, 1291, 1293, 1294], [ca. 1842]. First Edition, later issue, lacking credits to Krätzschmer to illustrated title. Hofmann pp. 63/65. McCorkle p. 111.Heft I: 1f. (title within decorative border printed in green), [i] (dedication), 5-17, [i] (blank) pp. Heft II: [i] (title), 2-14 pp. Heft III: [i] (title), 2-15, [i] (blank) pp. Heft IV: 1f. (title), 3- 13, [i] (blank) pp. Lacking pp. 11-12 (lieder no. 25). Title and dedication pages lithographed, music engraved. Signature "Jenny Meyer" in pencil to upper right corner of all titles. Uniformly browned; title of Heft III detached; tear to foot of final page. With additional pagination to some pieces at lower corners.Op. 81 Gesangstücke mit Pianoforte- Begleitung aus der Oper Genoveva. op. 81. Leipzig u. Berlin: Bureau de Musique von C. F. Peters [PNs 4405-4414], [?1860]. Der vollständige Klavier-Auszug mit Text, sowie für Piano à 4 ms. ist gleichfalls erschienen. No. 1. Vierstimmiger Choral: Erhebet Herz und Hände (mit Stimmen). 7 1/2 Ngr. [i] (title), 2-3, [i] (blank) pp.No. 2. Lied des Golo: Frieden zieh in meine Brust. 7 1/2 Ngr. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp.Nr. 3. Lied: O weh des Scheidens 5 Ngr. [i] (title), 2-3, [i] (blank) pp. No. 4. Duettino für Sopran und Tenor: Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär. 10 Ngr. 1f. (title), 3-7, [i] (blank) pp.No. 5. Gebet der Genoveva: O Du, der über alle wacht .7 1/2 Ngr. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp.No. 6. Lied des Siegfried: Bald blick ich dich wieder mein Heimathschloss. 10 Ngr. 1f. (title), 3-7, [i] (blank) pp.No. 7. Lied der Margarethe: Jch sah ein Kind im Traum. 10 Ngr. [i] (title), 2-6, [i] (blank) pp.No. 8. Duettino für Sopran u. Alt: Abendlüfte kühle wehn. 10 Ngr. [i], (title), 3-7 (no. 8), [i] (blank) pp.No. 9. Quartettino für 2 Soprane u. 2 Tonore [!Tenöre]: Wann die Lichter der Erde verglühn. 7 1/2 Ngr. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp.No. 10. Gebet der Genoveva: Mich geb ich hier in Deine Hand. 7 1/2 Ngr. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp.Engraved. Signature "Jenny Meyer" in pencil to lower right corner of all ten volume titles. First Edition of excerpts. Very rare. Only one complete set in WorldCat (University of Oxford). Not in Hofmann or McCorkle. Bound with:- 3 songs in manuscript in a professional copyist's hand: [Op. 25, no. 1]. Widmung. [i] (title), [2]-[5], [i] (blank) pp. (transposed down to G-flat major). Handstamp of Jenny Meyer to head of title. Occasional annotations in pencil[Op. 25, no. 3]. Der Nussbaum. [i] (title), [2]-[6] pp. (transposed down to F major)[Op. 27, no. 1]. "Sag an, o lieber Vogel mein." [i] (title), [2]-[3], [i] (blank) pp. (transposed down to A major)- Abend-Lied. Aus Op. 85 Nr. 12 apart, ist in folgenden Editionen erschienen. Für Sopran oder Tenor mit Piano 5 Sgr. J. Schuberth & Co. Leipzig und New-York [PN 3613], [ca. 1870]. [i] (series title), 14-15, [i] (publisher's catalogue listing publications up to ca. 1857 and prices in Th [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        An Historical Description Of Westminster Abbey

      1834, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair, Dust Jacket Condition: No JacketThe boards are worn and marked.Previous ownership inscription.Foxing.Well bound.Fair copy.[R.K] Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: ym13.

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        Oeuvres complètes. Edition unique revue par l'auteur, ornée de 104 vignettes en taille - douce dessinées par les peintres les plus célèbres

      Perrotin 1834 Cinq volumes (220 x 140 mm), demi - veau fauve, dos lisse orné, bandes de veau beige en guise de nerfs, pièces de maroquin noir, tranches mouchetées (reliure d'époque). Illustré de 104 vignettes gravées en taille - douce d'après Johannot, Raffet, Scheffer, Devéria, etc. Le tome cinq, Supplément contenant les Oeuvres érotiques, est relié différemment, bradel demi - percaline saumon, coins, pièce marron, non rogné (reliure postérieure). Brivois, 50. (frottements sur les charnières, quelques défauts aux coiffes, rousseurs). / / Five octavo volumes (220 x 140 mm), fawn half - calf, smooth spine tooled, beige calf bands, black morocco labels, sprinkled edges (contemporary binding). Illustrated with 104 engraved vignettes, by Johannot, Raffet, Scheffer, Devéria, etc. Volume 5 is a "Supplement", containing erotic works ; it is bound differently, bradel salmon three - quarter cloth, brown label, uncut (bound later). Brivois, 50. (rubbings on hinges, some defects on top and bottom of spine, brownings).

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        Küstenstrich bei Nauplia.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift, auf Velin, rechts unten bezeichnet und datiert „Nauplia im Juni 1834.". 17,7:29 cm. Graf Spreti war Offizier und 1833f. mit den bayerischen Truppen in Griechenland. Er malte griechische Veduten und radierte Pferde- und Militärdarstellungen. Zeichnungen von ihm befinden sich in der Maillinger-Sammlung in München.

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        Autograph letter signed "Bellini" to Francesco Florimo (1800-1888)

      1 page of a bifolium. Dated Paris, December 19, 1834. In ink on lightweight paper. With integral autograph address panel. In Italian (with translation). Bellini informs Florimo that French composer [Antoine] Elwart (1808-1877), Bellini's protégé, will be coming to Naples from the Paris Conservatoire and asks that Florimo introduce him to the composer Niccolò Zingarelli (1752-1827) and other important musicians in the city, and "be useful to him if you can."Browned; creased at folds; small pinholes to corners and near central fold not affecting text; remains of former hinging to blank upper margin. With early printed French dealer or auction catalogue description to blank lower right corner of verso. . A leading figure in early 19th-century opera, Bellini was especially noted for his expressive melodies and sensitive approach to text-setting. Francesco Florimo was his fellow-student at the Conservatory and closest friend. "... [His] attachment to Florimo never wavered, and his long and frequent letters to his friend are by far our fullest source of information about his professional and personal life. Florimo remained in Naples as librarian at the conservatory until his death in 1888, but his true calling was as chronicler and guardian of Bellini's fame. In 1882 he published a biography and edition of Bellini's letters; although Florimo's desire to protect and enhance his friend's reputation sometimes led him to censor or even substantially falsify the content of the letters, his portrait of the composer remains valuable and influential." Mary Ann Smart et al in Grove onlineElward won the Prix de Rome shortly after this letter was written with his "Omaggio alla memoria di Vincenzo Bellini," performed at the Teatro Valle in 1835.

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        Hamburg: Kolorierte Karte um 1834 des Innenstadtbereiches und der Vororte.

      - Blattgröße 26 x 37 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 47 x 55,5 cm ). Gezeigt wird der Innenstadtbereich mit Angabe zahlreicher Straßennamen, Plätze, Kirchen etc. der Stadtwall und -graben, die Binnen-Alster und Teile der *Grossen Alster*, die Norder-Elbe mit den Häfen und den Holzhäfen sowie die Vororte St. Pauli ( und Teile von Altona ), Rotherbaum, Teile von Pöseldorf, Hohesfeld ( Hohenfelde ), Borgfeld ( Borgfelde ), St. Georg, Hammerbrook bis Billwärder Ausschlag sowie einige Gemarkungen südlich der Elbe wie Kleiner Grasbrook, Grevenhof, Schumacher Wärder. Verso bezeichnet mit einem alten montierten Klebezettel *Hamburg 1834*. Der Rahmen etwas bestoßen, sonst guter Zustand. ( Bitte beachten: Hier kein Versand möglich da unter Glas gerahmt mit Bruchgefahr - bitte nur Selbstabholung ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Tausend und eine Nacht. Arabische Erzählungen. Deutsch von Max. Habicht, Fr. H. von der Hagen und Carl Schall. Dritte unveränderte Auflage. I-XV. Breslau, im Verlage bei J. Max und Komp., 1834. 8:o. (2),XL,279 + (2),II,245 + (2),IV,266,(2 blank) + IV,255 + VI,240 + IV,225 + IV,236 + IV,260 + IV,239 + VIII,III-IV,280 + XXXII,258 + XXXIV,258 + LII,378 + VII,(1),288 + IV,240 pp. With lithographed title-vignettes.

      1834 - Eight volumes in contemporary half-calf, slightly worn, spines decorated in gilt and blind. Some foxing and minor stains. Titles darkened. Some tears and paper losses in part four and eight. Stains on p. 135, 150 and 204 in the seventh part and in the end of part ten. Part fifteen with a small hole leading to loss of some text on p. 131. Bookplate. A good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Barber's Picturesque Illustrations of the Isle of Wight Comprising Views of every object of interest on the Island Engraved from Original Drawings Accompanied by Historical and Topographical Descriptions [Signed by Swinburne and by ... (Truncated)

      Simpkin and Marshall, [1834], First edition, Illustrated By: William Henry Bartlett, Henry Winkles, Samuel Fisher, Edward Radclyffe, William Wallis, George Jones, James Tingle, William WestwoodFull Book Title: Barber's Picturesque Illustrations of the Isle of Wight Comprising Views of every object of interest on the Island Engraved from Original Drawings Accompanied by Historical and Topographical Descriptions [Signed by Swinburne and by Maxwell Gray / Mary Gleed Tuttiett][1834], 1834. A Very Good copy of the scarce first edition, first printing, rebound in three-quarter green leather with the spine decorated, lined, and lettered in gilt (edge wear to boards -- including some rubbing through at the edges, rubbing to the surface of the marbled boards, splash stain to the title page's lower left corner which also touches the adjoining fold-out map's margin -- not affecting the illustration or the lettering), with 40 steel engravings by William Henry Bartlett, Henry Winkles, Samuel Fisher, Edward Radclyffe, William Wallis, George Jones, James Tingle, and William Westwood. [A few of the delicate tissue guards are lacking, a few have some wrinkling, chip, or tear, and a few are loose but present.] This copy has been SIGNED BY ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE AND BY MARY GLEED TUTTIETT on the front free endpaper, the Isle of Wight's two most famous residents. [The book's pastedown has been signed "N [?] Aitchison 1834", who we presume to have been the first owner of this rare copy, the Aitchisons being an old Isle of Wight family. Aitchison's having dated the book, of course, confirms this copy as being a true copy of the first edition] Mary Gleed Tuttiett wrote under the pseudonym "Maxwell Gray" and achieved great fame with her 1886 novel "The Silence of Dean Maitland". Set in a fictionalized Isle of Wight, the tale centers around a young clergyman who kills the father of a young woman that he, the clergyman, has made pregnant and who then allows his best friend to be wrongly convicted for the crime. The novel provided the basis for a stage play and for three films. One of England's great Poets, Algernon Charles Swinburne was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in every year from 1903 to 1907 and again in 1909, never winning the Prize. Other famous Isle of Wight residents have included Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Charles I of England [as a Prisoner], Charles Dickens [who rented a summer house there], survival expert Bear Grylls, Robert Hooke, Jeremy Irons, David Niven, Henry Sewell - New Zealand's first Prime Minister or Premier, and many others. A Rare copy of the first edition, with a date confirming this copy as such, SIGNED BY TWO OF THE ISLE'S MOST FAMOUS PERSONAGES, ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE AND MAXWELL GRAY [MARY GLEED TUTTIETT]. RARE INDEED.

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        The British Sportsman. New Edition, republished.

      (London), F. J. Mason, 1834.. Kl-4; 72 radierte Kupfertaf. (inkl. gest. Titel); neueres rotes HLdr. im Stil der Zeit mit schöner Rückenvergoldung (Jagdvignetten); stellenweise gering fleckig, einige wenige Tafeln etwas stärker; das Titelkupfer nach Taf. 1 eingebunden.. Vgl. Schwerdt IV 48 und Mellon Collection 75. - Seltene Ausgabe des erstmals 1800 erschienen Albums, das neben typisch englischen Jagd-, Angel- und Pferdesportszenen auch Einzeldarstellungen von Jagdwild bringt. Zum Künstler (1756/7-1823) siehe Thieme-B. 17, 588.

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        La revue des deux mondes. 1834 - troisieme serie, tome deux , 1er avril 1834 - imprimerie de H. Fournier. (Serie 3.2).

      Paris, Bureau de la revue des deux mondes, 1834,. gr. in-8vo, titre avec timbre humide d'un 'Cercle litteraire', 736 p., ( la derniere page 'Table' avec legere manque de papier et texte), (dernier cahier sortie de la reliure (derelie)), reliure en d.-parchemin de bibliotheque.. Dans ce volume e.a. Alfred de Vigny / Gustave Planche / Alexandre Dumas: Impressions de voyages - VIII - Charles -le-Temeraire - IX - Fribourg - X - l'Ours de Berne / George Sand: Romans et nouvelles, Chronique Leone Leoni, 1re & 2e partie / Saint-Beuve / Chateaubriand /etc. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. http:/www.revuedesdeuxmondes.fr/user/tocs.php

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        Atlas of the Counties of England from Actual Surveys made from the Years 1817 to 1833 by C & J. Greenwood

      Greenwood & Co, London 1834 - Half bound in the original brown cloth boards, new sympathetic brown leather spine and corners. Six raised bands and red label bands with gilt titles to the spine. Original gilt and red label to centre of upper board. A little rubbing to boards and small stain to centre of front board but still presents well overall. New endpapers. Engraved title page with hand-coloured map of England and Wales clearly showing the counties which are contained in the atlas as well as the major towns in each county. Minor creasing to the top corners of the title page. Atlas is complete, comprising forty-six coloured maps, each county is spread over one page with the reverse of every page left blank. Each map shows the boundaries of the county and a detailed explanation gives the symbols for amongst others rivers, canals, woods, windmills etc. Each map also has its own scale, reference to the hundreds and one or two engravings of the principal cathedral or castle. The atlas commences with the county of Northumberland and ends with the county of Cornwall. The maps are clean, clear and bright with no creasing. Just a little thumb marking to margins. Small closed tear (4cm) to left hand margin of the map of Cornwall, does not extend into map itself, and small red pencil line through the decorative title of the map of York. A very good copy of this extremely rare atlas by the cartographer Greenwood. Please ask if any further information is required. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Remarks on Transportation and on a Recent Defence of the System; in a second letter to Earl Grey

      London: B. Fellowes, 1834. Octavo, contemporary full polished calf, spine gilt with morocco label. Richard Whately was an enthusiastic agitator against transportation (his influential 1832 pamphlet Thoughts on Secondary Punishments led in part to the House of Commons select committee inquiry) this was founded on his belief that punishment and effective colonization were contradictory aims. Being an ardent penal reformer, he believed that prisoners should know the real meaning of their sentences and was therefore a supporter of certain sentences being irremissible. He became an enthusiastic phrenologist and had a cast of his head made at Oxford in 1831, submitting it to three phrenologists in all. He sympathized with George Combe's view of phrenology as the philosophy of the New Testament. It was another example of the compatibility of Christianity with the new sciences, and in particular a 'scientific' demonstration of man's moral faculty.

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        El chileno instruído en la historia topográfica, civil y política de su país. Obra escrita por el Rdo. P. Fr. José Javier Guzmán del Orden Seráfico de N.P.S. Francisco. Tomo II

      Impr. Nacional, dirijida por M. Peregrino, Santiago de Chile 1834 - p. (430)-(927). Indice jeneral (1)-(8)p. ; 19x13 cms. Lomo cuero (A-183OFCH) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Historical Sketch of the Origin and Progress of Literature for the B

      1834. BLIND PRINTING. A Historical Sketch of the Origin and Progress of Literature for the Blind: And Practical Hints and Recommendations as to Their Education. With an Appendix, Containing Directions for Teaching, Reading, and Writing to the Blind, With and Without a Regular Teacher. By James Gall. xx, [9]-388 pp. Illustrated with 3 embossed plates. 8vo., bound in nineteenth-century half morocco. Edinburgh: James Gall et al., 1834. |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition: scarce. James Gall (1784-1874), an Edinburgh printer, publisher, and wood engraver, occupied premises in Niddry Street after about 1819. In the Report of the Royal Commission on the Useful Arts (1852, p.414), Gall was commended for his zeal and patience in his attempts to produce the perfect code for tactile reading. 'It is to Mr. Gall, perhaps, more than any other man, that the interest in education of the blind was awakened throughout Great Britain and America'. Later, in 1837, Gall was to describe how, 'perceiving that angles were more readily felt than rounds, and that the outside of the letter was more easily felt than the inside, he modified the alphabet into its most simple form, throwing the characteristics of each letter to the outside, and using angles instead of curves'. First introduced to public scrutiny in 1831, Gall's angular Roman type was first used in any significant way for the printing of The Gospel of St. John in 1834. Gall's Historical Sketch was one of the most comprehensive studies on the literature of the blind of its time, as well as one of the earliest in the English language. It is still valuable as a remarkably detailed and comprehensive account of the early development of specialist printing for the blind and the beginnings of the provision of real charitable education for blind people. This copy contains two additional plates of music, not issued with the book, which was published with just the one plate. Craigie, Bibliography of Scottish Education 85. See also: Illingworth, History of the Education of the Blind, p.8 et seq.

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        Autograph letter signed "Bellini" to Francesco Florimo (1800-1888)

      1 page of a bifolium. Dated Paris, December 19, 1834. In ink on lightweight paper. With integral autograph address panel. In Italian (with translation). Bellini informs Florimo that French composer [Antoine] Elwart (1808-1877), Bellini's protégé, will be coming to Naples from the Paris Conservatoire and asks that Florimo introduce him to the composer Niccolò Zingarelli (1752-1827) and other important musicians in the city, and "be useful to him if you can." Browned; creased at folds; small pinholes to corners and near central fold not affecting text; remains of former hinging to blank upper margin. With early printed French dealer or auction catalogue description to blank lower right corner of verso. . A leading figure in early 19th-century opera, Bellini was especially noted for his expressive melodies and sensitive approach to text-setting. Francesco Florimo was his fellow-student at the Conservatory and closest friend. "... [His] attachment to Florimo never wavered, and his long and frequent letters to his friend are by far our fullest source of information about his professional and personal life. Florimo remained in Naples as librarian at the conservatory until his death in 1888, but his true calling was as chronicler and guardian of Bellini's fame. In 1882 he published a biography and edition of Bellini's letters; although Florimo's desire to protect and enhance his friend's reputation sometimes led him to censor or even substantially falsify the content of the letters, his portrait of the composer remains valuable and influential." Mary Ann Smart et al in Grove online Elward won the Prix de Rome shortly after this letter was written with his "Omaggio alla memoria di Vincenzo Bellini," performed at the Teatro Valle in 1835.

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        Küstenstrich bei Nauplia.

      . Aquarell über Bleistift, auf Velin, rechts unten bezeichnet und datiert "Nauplia im Juni 1834.". 17,7:29 cm.. Graf Spreti war Offizier und 1833f. mit den bayerischen Truppen in Griechenland. Er malte griechische Veduten und radierte Pferde- und Militärdarstellungen. Zeichnungen von ihm befinden sich in der Maillinger-Sammlung in München.

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        Der Selbstmord, seine Ursachen, Arten, die Mittel dagegen und die Untersuchung desselben, in medicinisch-polizeylicher, und in medicinisch-gerichtlicher Beziehung.

      Linz, k.k. priv. akadem. Kunst-, Musik- u- Buchhandlung - Fr. Eurich, 1834.. VIII + 134 + 1 S. OPp.. EA. Mit eighd. Widm. - Ebd. m. Lichtschatten, etw. angestaubt, leicht fleckig, etw. wasserrandig, leichte Gbrsp. - Selten. - Nach dem Studium der Medizin in Wien, wurde Tallavania Stadtarzt von Braunau.

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        Tivoli, Haus via de Colle 7.

      . Bleistift, auf gelblichem Velin. 21,2:35,8 cm. Knickfalte in der rechten oberen Ecke. Entstanden vermutlich nach der Lithographie von L. Kuntz oder Fr. Eisenlohr, 1834, nach einer Zeichnung von E. Fries, entstanden 1826 (vgl. S. Wechsler, Ernst Fries (1801-1833). Heidelberg, 2000, Nr. 470 mit Abbildung (Zeichnung) sowie Nr. 822 mit Abbildung (Lithographie).. "[...] von seinen Reisen in Italien existieren ansehnliche Sammlungen von Zeichnungen und Aquarellen, namentlich aus Pompeji (im Besitz der Familie) [...]" (zit. aus: Weizsäcker-Dessoff: Kunst und Künstler in Frankfurt am Main im neunzehnten Jahrhundert, Frankfurt 1907, S. 107). Nach einem Studium von 1821-1825 am Polytechnikum in Karlsruhe ließ sich der als Architekt tätige Peipers in Frankfurt nieder. Studienreisen führten ihn nach Italien und Frankreich. Er leitete den Bau der Alten Börse in Frankfurt, nach Entwürfen A. Stülers (1800-1865). 1864-1865 und 1872-1873 war Peipers Vorsitzender der Frankfurter Künstlergesellschaft.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Wien, 22. IV. 1834. - 4to. 1 S. mit eh. Adresse verso (Faltbrief). Siegelrest. An den Direktor des Ständischen Theaters in Graz, Josef Pellet, hinsichtlich der Einstudierung seiner Oper "Das Nachtlager in Granada": "Euer Wohlgeboren! Indem ich Ihnen für die mitgetheilte Nachricht über den Fortgang des Einstudierens der Oper höflichst danke, zeige ich Ihnen sogleich an, daß ich künftigen Sonntag am 27ten in der Frühe ganz sicher bey Ihnen eintreffen werde. - Vielleicht könnten wir dann noch vormittags eine kleine Probe wenigstens mit den Hauptparthien am Clavier machen - wenn es üblich ist. - - - Die Correctur Probe für das Orchester werden Sie warscheinlich noch im Laufe dieser Woche machen lassen - daß wir dann dadurch nicht aufgehalten werden. - In der angenehmen Hoffnung recht bald Ihre persönliche Bekanntschaft zu machen [.]". - Der aus dem Schwäbischen gebürtige Kreutzer war in den Jahren 1833 bis 1836 an das Josefstädter Theater gebunden, wo wenige Monate zuvor seine beiden bis heute gültigen Erfolge "Das Nachtlager in Granada" sowie Raimunds "Der Verschwender" mit seiner Musik uraufgeführt worden waren. Das "Nachtlager" wurde prompt nach Graz übernommen und hatte am 7. Mai Premiere. - Spuren alter Faltung; kl. Ausschnitt von Siegelöffnung (kein Textverlust). Verso Empfängervermerk. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed "Bellini" to Francesco Florimo (1800-1888)

      . 1 page of a bifolium. Dated Paris, December 19, 1834. In ink on lightweight paper. With integral autograph address panel. In Italian (with translation). Bellini informs Florimo that French composer [Antoine] Elwart (1808-1877), Bellini's protege, will be coming to Naples from the Paris Conservatoire and asks that Florimo introduce him to the composer Niccolo Zingarelli (1752-1827) and other important musicians in the city, and "be useful to him if you can." Browned; creased at folds; small pinholes to corners and near central fold not affecting text; remains of former hinging to blank upper margin. With early printed French dealer or auction catalogue description to blank lower right corner of verso.. A leading figure in early 19th-century opera, Bellini was especially noted for his expressive melodies and sensitive approach to text-setting. Francesco Florimo was his fellow-student at the Conservatory and closest friend. "... [His] attachment to Florimo never wavered, and his long and frequent letters to his friend are by far our fullest source of information about his professional and personal life. Florimo remained in Naples as librarian at the conservatory until his death in 1888, but his true calling was as chronicler and guardian of Bellini's fame. In 1882 he published a biography and edition of Bellini's letters; although Florimo's desire to protect and enhance his friend's reputation sometimes led him to censor or even substantially falsify the content of the letters, his portrait of the composer remains valuable and influential." Mary Ann Smart et al in Grove online Elward won the Prix de Rome shortly after this letter was written with his "Omaggio alla memoria di Vincenzo Bellini," performed at the Teatro Valle in 1835.

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        Waarnemingen omtrent de horzel-maskers, welke in de maag van het paard huisvesten.

      Amsterdam, C. G. Sulpke, 1834. - 4to. (2), 143, (1) pp. With 6 hand-coloured engraved plates (1 folding, 5 full-page) by D. Sluyter after H. van Oort. Contemporary stiff grey wrappers. Rare separate issue of Numan's detailed and beautifully illustrated study of the larvae of the equine botfly (family Oestridae), an internal parasite of horses. Alexander Numan (1780-1852) discusses the different species of botfly found in the stomachs of horses, the way the eggs are transferred to the intestines, their growth and development, the effect on the health of the host animal, and the various ways they may be removed. The essay appeared both in the Nieuwe Verhandelingen der eerste klasse van het Koninklijk-Nederlandse Instituut van Wetenschappen, and in the present, much rarer separate issue, where only the plates refer to the journal. - Numan completed his medical studies at Groningen in 1804. He wrote a prize-winning essay on the Keil dysentery epidemic of 1810, which appeared in 1812. In the same year he was asked to translate a veterinary manual and later to write his own, which went through five editions from 1819 to 1856. When the first Dutch veterinary school opened at Utrecht in 1821, no suitable professor could be found in the practice, and the position went to Numan. He went on to write many excellent articles, the best known of which discusses cow pox (1831). - Wrappers slightly damaged at spine, but still very good. A fine copy of a rare and well-illustrated essay by a pioneering veterinary researcher. KVK (1 copy). NCC (4 copies). Not in Garrison/M., Landwehr Coloured Plates, Nissen ZBI. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        First City Directory for Bangor, ME

      Bangor, ME, 1834. Hardcover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. The very first city directory for Bangor, ME and as such quite scarce. "Containing the Names of the Inhabitants, Their Occupations, Places of Business, and Dwelling Houses, and the City Register, With Lists of the Wharves." With a fold-out hand-colored map by the prolific Pendleton's Lithographers of Boston. Advertisements throughout. Also included are city ordinances; we feel the one forbidding all manner of games involving sticks, bats, and balls in the streets is a bit harsh. Brown cloth boards are rubbed on edges, corners bumped, binding intact but there are a few small tears to cloth along spine. Pages are foxed and toned throughout. Small tear to map.

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        Traité des peintures

      1834. ROBIN, Armand. Traité des peintures, applications et procédés employés sur bois, sur étoffes, sur papier, orné de 30 planches pour en faciliter le travail. 99 pp. Illustrated with 11 chromolithographs, 9 of which are hand-coloured, 2 are double page and 4 are folding. 8vo., bound in original printed wrappers, preserved in a new cloth folding box. Paris: Chez l'auteur, 1834. An attractive copy of this scarce artist's manual which contains a substantial amount of material on colour. Plates with some spotting and some wear to paper wrappers.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Weimar, 12. Juli 1834.. 2 SS. 4to. Doppelblatt. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. An den Philologen und Archäologen Joseph Anselm von Feuerbach (1798-1851): "Ihr lieber Brief liegt schon seit Monaten auf meinem Tisch und ich habe mich aufs neue der Säumigkeit gegen Sie anzuklagen [...] Ihr Werk [d. i. der 1833 erschienene "Vatikanische Apoll"] habe ich noch vor meiner Abreise von München angefangen und wollte Ihnen gern meinen Dank dafür zugleich mit einer kurzen Rechenschaft von dem Eindruck sagen, den es mir gemacht. Durch den traurigen Verlust aber, der über mich ergangen, als ich eben hier in den Hafen der Ruhe eingelaufen zu seyn dachte, bin ich wie zu Allem, so auch dazu unfähig geworden und es käme jetzt viel zu spät wenn ich Ihnen meine Freude über die Vorzüge Ihres Buches noch zu erkennen geben wollte. Nehmen Sie also statt dessen nur meinen einfachen Dank. Das aber kann ich nicht verschweigen, wie sehr es mich betrübt, Sie nicht an meiner Stelle in München zu wissen. Ich hatte es gehofft, Thiers [?] hatte es gewünscht - wie ist es möglich, daß man an einem Kunstorte, wie München, nicht darauf sucht, einen Professor der Archäologie zu haben? [...] Wegen des Honorars für den Aufsatz im Kunstblatt habe ich gleich nach Empfang Ihres Berichts an Cotta geschrieben u. von ihm die Versicherung erhalten daß die Sache unverzügl. besorgt werden solle; ich hoffe daher es wird seitdem alles in Ordnung gekommen seyn [...]". Schorn redigierte von 1820 bis 42 das Cottasche "Kunstblatt" in Stuttgart, unternahm Studienreisen nach Italien, Frankreich, England und in die Niederlande und lehrte seit 1826 als Professor in München; 1832 wurde er Hofrat und Direktor der Kunstanstalten in Weimar. - Bl. 2 mit Siegelrest und kl. Einr. (keine Textberührung); beide Seiten von Bl. 1 mit altem Sammlervermerk zum Verfasser bzw. zum Verfasser und zur Provenienz ("Don[atio] Fr. Prof. Feuerbach").

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        Scenes and Recollections of Fly-fishing in Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmorland. By Stephen Oliver, The Younger

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1834. First edition. Vignette on title page and wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [iv], 212 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Bound in Japanese embossed leather, titled in gilt up the spine, a.e.g. by Sarah T. Prideaux and signed with her stamped initials, "S.T.P. 1892" on the back pastedown. With an early American provenance, "James W. Shea Shadyside Pittsburgh 12/25/94". Extremities and joints rubbed with 1/4-inch triangular chip from head of spine, scuff at foot. Dark green half morocco slipcase and chemise. Very Early, Unrecorded Prideaux Binding An UNRECORDED Prideaux binding from early in her career, bound in embossed Japanese leather with polychrome patterns of fish, turtles, and seaweed similar to a binding on The Water Babies from the same period. The lettering is bold and simple, titled up the spine, with no further gilt tooling. Prideaux sent work to the Columbian World's Fair Exhibition in Chicago (1893). The Pittsburgh provenance suggests that this was one of the bindings displayed there."Her first three known bindings are quite plain, but they are bound in decorative leathers. One is gray and white snakeskin, the other two in colorful Japanese embossed leathers; of this latter pair, one has the design of seaweeds and sea creatures, the other the design of chrysanthemums and other flowers (The British Bookmaker, Vol. 4, p. 26). The sea creatures binding is on one of two copies of Charles Kingsley's The Water Babies, bound for the 1891 Tregaskis exhibition, probably the first exhibition Sarah Prideaux entered ... " (Tidcombe).This binding is not recorded in the Catalogue of Books Bound (1900) nor does it figure in Tidcombe's list of bindings by Prideaux derived from the published Catalogue and consultation of the binder's own annotated copy.

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        New Travelling and Commercial Map of The Canadas from the Sault of St-Marie to the River Saguenay : and a Large Section of the United States of America; compiled from the latest Surveys & most approved Authorities.

      1834 - 1 printed colour folding map : 82 cm x 122 cm. In two sections, in a half-leather with marbled boards book-like casing. 2 tears at folds. Scales : 65mm = 60 Miles, 75mm = 80 miles. A very nice map on heavy paper. "Dedicated by Permission to Commodore Robert Barrie, C.B. By his Obliged Obedient Humble Servant David Taylor, R.N., March 1834. Engraved by S. Stiles & Co. New York"

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        The Visionary [in] The Lady's Book. Volumes 8 & 9

      Philadelphia: L.A. Godey. 1834. First. First edition. Tall octavo. 310, [2] index; 286, [2] index pp., illustrations, some hand-colored. Contemporary half calf and marbled papercovered boards; spine titled and decorated in gilt; red morocco label on front board with the gilt name of "Betsey P. Hall of Rumney, N.H." Small tears at the edges of a few pages, particularly the first and last, foxing throughout, a handsome, very good copy. Includes one of Poe's earliest published stories, "The Visionary", later re-titled "The Assignation". .

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        Hamburg: Kolorierte Karte um 1834 des Innenstadtbereiches und der Vororte.

      . Blattgröße 26 x 37 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 47 x 55,5 cm ). Gezeigt wird der Innenstadtbereich mit Angabe zahlreicher Straßennamen, Plätze, Kirchen etc. der Stadtwall und -graben, die Binnen-Alster und Teile der *Grossen Alster*, die Norder-Elbe mit den Häfen und den Holzhäfen sowie die Vororte St. Pauli ( und Teile von Altona ), Rotherbaum, Teile von Pöseldorf, Hohesfeld ( Hohenfelde ), Borgfeld ( Borgfelde ), St. Georg, Hammerbrook bis Billwärder Ausschlag sowie einige Gemarkungen südlich der Elbe wie Kleiner Grasbrook, Grevenhof, Schumacher Wärder. Verso bezeichnet mit einem alten montierten Klebezettel *Hamburg 1834*. Der Rahmen etwas bestoßen, sonst guter Zustand. ( Bitte beachten: Hier kein Versand möglich da unter Glas gerahmt mit Bruchgefahr - bitte nur Selbstabholung ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        The Vicar of Wakefield

      London: John Van Voorst, 1834. [i-vii] viii-xvi [1] 2-306 [6] pp. advertisements, 328 pp. With 32 engraved illustrations by William Mulready. 1 vols. 8vo. In full maroon morocco gilt, boards tooled in gilt, with leafy devices and onlaid flowers, semé at corners, a wide border bearing triple lines of hearts, rules and circles, central fillet border surrounding a plain field. Spine gilt, titled within wavy borders, four panels semé and onlaid with flowers surrounded by hearts, t.e.g., turn-ins gilt, repeating the border patterns with onlaid flowers at corners. Bound by Arthur E. Colley (stamped along foot of front turn in). Faintest traces of rubbing. Fine. Beautiful Binding by an Unrecorded Binder A superb turn of the century binding by Arthur E. Colley, a highly talented binder whose name does not appear in any of the literature on bookbinding.

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        Descrizione storica del Foro Romano e sue adiacenze.

      Rome, Canina, 1834.. Large 8vo. (4), X, (11)-182 pp. With 14 (instead of 15?) engraved plates with tissue guards (2 folding) and 1 folding letterpress table. Contemporary vellum with giltstamped title to elaborately gilt spine.. Early, rare work by the Italian archaeologist and architect Luigi Canina (1795-1856), best known for his topography of ancient Rome, "Indicazione topografica di Roma antica in corrispondenza dell' epoca imperiale". The plates show ground plans and reconstructions of the monuments in the Forum Romanum and environs. Dedicated to Prince Francesco Borghese Aldobrandini. "Un des ouvrages les plus recherches et des plus rares de cet auteur" (Olschki 16623, about the 1845 second edition, containing 14 plates). - Some foxing, otherwise in good condition. From the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Chateau de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown. - OCLC 8212674. ICCU RMS\0062470 (citing a total of 16 plates). Not in Schudt or Schlosser.

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        Washington has been accused of lying!

      Autograph Letter Signed ?Law Washington,? 3.5 pages, 7.75? x 9.75?, front and verso on two conjoined sheets. Campbellton [Virginia], June 1, 1834. Addressed on fourth page to ?William F. Taleofero, esq. / Hague. P.O.? [Virginia]. Small paper loss at one edge of both sheets. Very good condition. Lawrence Washington (1791-1875) married his 5th cousin, Sarah Tayloe (1800-1886), daughter of William Augustine Washington (1757-1810), whose father Augustine was George Washington?s half-brother. Lawrence, who served as a Virginia State Senator, lived in Campbellton Farm, Westmoreland County, Virginia, which he purchased in 1830. Washington is angry about a letter he has just received from a Mr. Bayard. He quotes an extract from the letter to William Taleofero, then writes, in part, ?This attempt on the part of Mr. Bayard to excuse, or extenuate his own unaccountable conduct by casting censure on me is to say the least of it is both unkind & ungenerous. You will perceive that in a part of the extract he uses this language, ?Other considerations which I have stated to Mr. Taleofero impressed me with a confident belief that Mr. W would not decline a request when there could be no risque of loss? T. -- Now the object of this letter, is to ask as a favour, (if it will violate no confidence on your part) that you will inform me particularly what are the ?other considerations? which Mr. B states induced ?a confident belief? that I would join him in the bond."?I unhesitatingly & positively declare, that I did not, directly, or indirectly, by word, act, or deed, give Mr. Bayard the slightest reason to believe that I would under any circumstances become his security as guardian of his grand daughter ... In regard to my becoming his security for his administration on the estate of WAW [William Augustine Washington], it is scarcely necessary to say that the two cases are so entirely dissimilar, as to make it not a little surprising that he should have that subject in his letter ...? From the Collection of Henry E. Luhrs, including a typescript of this letter on stationery of the Lincoln Library, Shippenburg, Pennsylvania

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        Ny original dansk Kage- og Conditorbog,

      . indeholdende en tydelig og fuldstaendig Underretning om, hvorledes man paa den bedste og fordeelagtigste Maade kan bage og tillave flere Sorter Kager, smaae Bagvaerker, Brystsukker, hvide overtrukne Ting eller Kjedelarbeide og smaa Conditioner. 2. gennemsete oplag. Kbhvn. 1834. VIII + 56 s. Samtidigt halvlaerred. * Bibl. Danica VI, 549..

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        Memoires et Voyages du Capitaine Basil Hall

      Paris: Dumont and Charles Gosselin, 1834. Four volumes, octavo; some foxing, a good set in uniform later nineteenth-century quarter calf. Conveying the Amherst Embassy to China. The French edition of Basil Hall's Voyages. Hall captained the sloop Lyra which, with the Alceste, brought the Amherst Embassy to China. Hall made a voyage to Korea and to the island of Loo-Choo (present day Okinawa). "Korea had been sketchily explored by Europeans, but it was not until the Alceste and Lyra expedition of 1816-17, under Captains Murray Maxwell and Basil Hall, that detailed information was obtained about the Ryukyus" (Hill).This Paris edition is not listed in Cordier's Bibliotheca Sinic.

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