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        The Practice Of Courts-Martial , and other Military Courts

      Calcutta: Thacker. Very Good- with no dust jacket. 1834. 1st Ed 1st Pr. Hardcover. Respined, edgewear, tone, os. Solid copy. Half leather binding with marbled paper board, respined with original red label laid on. Bookseller's label on fep. Prior owner's signature on flyleaf and title page. Subtitle: with chapters on inquests, courts of requests, three trials, arson, larceny, and murder, with full evidence, rules of evidence, and other useful matter and tables. In his dedication "To the Officers of the Army of India", Captain Hough of the 48th Bengal Native Infantry and Deputy Judge Advocate General, thanks the 500 brother officers who subscribed for copies. Although he is also the author of Practice of Courts-Martial (1825), he notes that "The work is new of its kind. The Chapters on Inquests and Courts of Request have never appeared in any similar work. There are no works extant, I believe, on the subjects; except "Hutton" on Courts of Request, a similar work almost out of print. Cases decided both in England and in India may be esteemed by the Army as Precedents: - the cases of Arson, Larceny, and Murder, with full evidence, may also be useful." Published in Calcutta by Thacker and London by Parbury, Allen. An uncommon book, and an important legal reference work for the Victorian-era British and Indian Armies.; 350 pages .

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        Autograph letter signed, in English, to John Baron

      Nancy 1834 - Valentin, Louis (1758-1829). Autograph letter signed, in English, to John Baron (1786-1851). 3pp. Nancy, April 25, 1824. 182 x 119 mm. With: Rapport présenté à son excellence le Ministre de l’Intérieur, par le comité central de vaccine, sur les vaccinations pratiquées en France pendant les années 1821 et 1822. 8vo. [4], 99pp. Paris: L’Imprimerie Royale, November 1823. Together 2 items; Valentin’s autograph letter tipped to the first leaf of the Rapport. Quarter morocco, marbled boards in period style. Rapport a little foxed, but fine otherwise.Excellent letter discussing vaccination and Edward Jenner from French physician Louis Valentin, the leading promoter of vaccination in France, to John Baron, Jenner’s first biographer, whose two-volume Life of Edward Jenner was published in 1838. A native of Nancy, Valentin spent seven or eight years in Haiti and the United States where he practiced smallpox inoculation. He returned to France in 1798, the year in which Jenner’s famous Inquiry was published, and in the following year published Traité historique et pratique de l'inoculation (1799-1800), co-authored with François Dezoteux, which was the first French book to mention Jenner’s work. Although at first skeptical, Valentin soon adopted Jenner’s methods and became actively involved in the spread of vaccination throughout France. He traveled to London in 1803 to meet Jenner and two years later published a Notice biographique sur le docteur Jenner (1805), which he reissued in a revised and expanded edition in 1824, the year after Jenner’s death, under the title Notice historique sur le docteur Jenner.Valentin’s letter to Jenner’s biographer mentions the Notice historique,which Valentin was then working on, and other works by him on vaccination and inoculation, as well as the present copy of the Comité Central de Vaccine’s Rapport for 1821-22, which he enclosed with the letter:"I send to you the last report of the Committee of Vaccine for 1821 & 1822 which ought to have been deposited at Gabon’s in Paris. It is very thin as that of 1820. . . ."Your last favor 14th present is arrived very opportunely three days ago. I was anxiously waiting for it and had postponed the print of my Notice hist. on Jenner. Now, it is going on, and I hope it will be more correct than the first, thanks to your kindness and obliging care. But, as to the sum which you believe was not given by the King to Jenner, I have only said: On fit espérer que le Roi donnerait 500£ [it was hoped that the King would give £500] as I had already published in 1802 that the King had paid it, and I had given to Jenner in 1803 a copy of my Résultats de l’inoculation de la vaccine and that he made no objection about such remuneration, consigned in it. I leave the affaire [sic] in doubt. The phrase in the text was impossible to be changed. "My writing is increased of six or seven pages more than the first edition. I wish it might be worthy of your approbation and that of the public. I hope that in eight days I shall have the pleasure of sending to you through the post two copies of it . . . When you have read it please to write and let know your judgement to your most faithfull friend Louis Valentin."Valentin added a long postscript to his letter in which he further discusses vaccination and Jenner:"P.S. I know that De Carro’s work, Vaccination in Grece, Persie &c. [i.e., Joannes de Carro’s Histoire de la vaccination en Turquie, en Grèce, et aux Indes orientales (1804)], which I possess, does not make any mention of that practice by the Bramines in India, but I have quoted his letters published in the Bibliot. britan. . . ."M. Dupau [i.e., J.-Amédée Dupau, author of Notice historique sur le Dr. Edward Jenner, inventeur de la vaccine (1824)] has committed a fault page 8th lines 7, 8, 9 of his Notice for not having repeated exactly what I have said of Washington applied to Jenner. He causes W. to speak so. Wash. was dead, 9 years since, when a French[man] said, in speaking of his [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        EL VAPOR. Periódico Político, Literario y Mercantil de Cataluña, publicado bajo los auspicios de S.E. El Capitán General, y dedicado al Ministerio de Fomento General del Reino

      - Disponemos desde el nº 14 sábado de 1 de febrero de 1834 al nº 185 de 30 de diciembre de 1834 + suplementos y del número 1, jueves de 1 de enero de 1835 hasta el nº 31 sábado de 31 de enero de 1835. Todos encuadernados en 1 volumen, la mayoría en papel azul, tamaño 43x31 cm. El primer ejemplar salió el 27 de marzo de 1833. Desde el nº 1 y hasta mayo de 1834 se publicaba tres veces a la semana, entre junio de 1834 y diciembre del mismo año, su publicación pasó a ser de 4 veces a la semana, para finalmente editarse diariamente desde enero de 1835 hasta su desaparición. Fue un periódico de tendencia liberal que tuvo gran acogida entre la población

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        Histoire Naturelle des Insectes.

      Diptères. Paris, Librairie encyclopédique de Roret, 1834-1835. 2 volumes. 8vo. (203 x 130mm). pp. (4), 578, 8; pp. (4), 710, 8, with 24 handcoloured engraved plates. Recent black half morocco, spines with red and green gilt lettered labels.. The rare coloured edition. The work forms a part of the "Suites à Buffon." The fine plates are engraved after drawings by the author. Justin Macquart (1778-1855) was a French entomologist and director of the Natural History Museum in Lille. He is one the most important dipterologists of the 19th century and a close friend of Meigen. //Provenance: Bookplates of Antoine Boucomont and J. d'Aguilar.//Nissen ZBI, 2644; Horn-Schenkling 14369.

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        De Corneae Transplantatione. Dissertatio Inauguralis.

      - Bonnae, typis Caroli Georgii, 1834, 4°, 3 Bl., 26 pp., 3 handcolorierte lith. Tafeln mit 8 Abbildungen, feiner roter Halbleinenband der Zeit, Goldschnitt und Rückenvergoldung; feines Exemplar. Erste Auflage! - Im Jahre 1834 promovierte Wilhelm Thomé (1809 (10 ?)-1846) mit dieser Arbeit über die Verpflanzung der Hornhaut. Er experimentierte ebenfalls an Hunden und Kaninchen und konnte sich rühmen, daß die Hornhaut, in fünf von acht Versuchen einheilte, angeblich mit teilweisem Erhalt der Durchsichtigkeit. Thomés Methode bestand darin, mit dem Starmesser etwas vom Rande der Cornea entfernt einzugehen und sie dann mit der Schere auszuschneiden. Später benutze er dazu ein zweischneidiges Messer. Er gewann zunächst das Transplantat auf diese Weise und excidierte erst dann am Empfängerauge. Zur Befestigung verwendete er Ligaturen und verzichtete auf anschließenden Verschluß des Auges, da er sich so einen besseren Abfluß des Wundsekrets versprach." Giese - Angeregt durch Arbeiten von Stilling und Thomé führten nach 1840 Ärzte verschiedener Nationalitäten, zu denen Davis, Plouvier, Feldmann und Hauenstein gehörten unter Leitung Desmarres Tierversuche durch, deren Ergebnisse Desmarres 1843 der Académie Royale des Sciences vorlegte und in der er feststellte, daß die Übertragung von Hornhaut eines Tieres auf ein anderes gut möglich sei, daß sie auch anwachse, aber sich bis auf manchmal klarbleibende Randpartien stets eintrübe. Münchow - Wilhelm Thomé, am 22. Dez. 1809 geboren in Oberollendorf bei Bonn, studierte seit 1828 Medizin in Bonn und promovierte dort 1834, anschließend setzte er seine Studien in Berlin fort, kehrte 1836 als approbierter Arzt nach Bonn zurück und unternahm von dort aus Studienreisen nach Wien, Venedig, Neapel, Florenz, Rom und Paris. 1838 ließ er sich in Köln nieder und errichtete dort eine Augenheilanstalt, die er erfolgreich leitete. 1846 starb er an den Folgen eines Schlaganfalles. - Engelmann 576; SGC I; Callissen 33, p.21; Hirschberg 344; Münchow, Geschichte der Augenheilkunde p.691; Giese, Geschichte der Hornhauttransplantation, p.44 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire litographiée du Palais Royal dediée au Roy.

      Ch. Motte, Litographe du Roi, (1834)., à Paris, - In-folio massimo (610x470mm), legatura coeva m. pelle verde cupo con titolo e fregi dorati su dorso a nervetti. Sguardie marmorizzate policrome. Frontespizio inciso in litografia con monogramma coronato di Luigi Filippo. 39 tavole di scene storiche, vedute e ritratti f.t. incise splendidamente in litografia ed impresse "sur Chine", da invenzioni di celebri pittori, da Garnier, Delafosse, Léon Noël, Weber, Mavin Lavigne, Fragonard, Tourdy, Thomas, Chasselet, Llanta, Courtin, Delton. Prima e probabilmente unica edizione di raro ed eccezionale illustrato francese del diciannovesimo secolo, tracciante la storia del Palais Royal di Parigi attraverso i principali episodi storici che si svolsero nelle sue sale, e attraverso le figure salienti che le popolarono, dalla sua fondazione, all'epoca di Richelieu, sino all'età della Restaurazione. Jean Vatout (1792-1848), fu bibliotecario di Luigi Filippo, uomo politico, storico e scrittore; scrisse anche con Sophie Gay, utilizzando lo pseudonimo collettivo "Baron Pergami" (cfr. Archives Biographiques Françaises, fiches I, 1014, 289-301 e II, 624, 83). Brunet, V, 1099. Graesse, VII, 265. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)]
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        The morbid anatomy of the human eye. 2 Bde.

      - London, Churchill, 1834, 8°, (IV), XXXI, (1), 175; VIII, 290, (1) pp., 18 (16 handkolorierte) Tafeln, 2 Halbleinenbände der Zeit. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Musée de la caricature ou recueil des caricatures les plus remarquables publiées en France depuis le quatorzième siècle jusqu'à nos jours...Paris, Delloye, 1838. 2 volumes. Large 4to (29 x 22.5 cm). With 228 illustrations (60 hand-coloured) on 227 etched plates (many folding). 19th-century red half morocco preserving the publisher's wrappers, richly gold-tooled spines (Mercier). Untrimmed.

      Brivois, Bibl. des ouvr. ill. du XIX siècle, p. 295; Lipperheide Xb4; Vicaire V,1210-1224. First edition of a comprehensive survey of French caricature from the 14th until the 19th century with descriptive text by Charles Nodier, Ernest Jaime, Jules Janin and several others. The caricatures mock the monarchy, clergy, Huguenots, French fashion and manners, George III, Napoleon, etc. The work was published in 80 instalments from 1834 to 1837 and a third volume was planned but never published. Each volume includes the wrappers of the first instalment. The work is "rare et recherché" (Brivois) and forms an impressive visual record of the rich tradition of French caricature.The present copy comes from the library of the great French collector Paul Villeboeuf, "une belle figure de la grande bibliophilie de 1875-1880" (Carteret), who had many of his books beautifully bound by Mercier.Fine copy.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        "ZOCHER; BARBIERS; DRUYVESTEYN; ABERSON; HAARLEM --- Album amicorum in de vorm van een oblong doosje met losse blaadjes van een Haarlemse jongeman uit de jaren 1834-1839.".

      Een dertigtal bijdragen (voornamelijk tekeningen), o.a. van A. en J.W.H.H. Druyvesteyn, A.A. v.d. Ley Druyvesteyn, D. Chabot, J. Vertu, S.L. van Vollenhoven, J.E. Havelaar, A.N.W.C. VerHuell, P.S. Crommelin, H.M. Rookmaker, B. Ledeboer, O.L.G.F. en D.P.H. Aberson, E.S. Groenia, G.C.A. v. Dam, C.K. Meelboom, Casp. van Haastert, W. v. Oordt, P. Barbiers Bz, J. Schumann, S. Beeke, M.J.C.E. de Cazes, J.C. Enschede, L.P. Zocher, L. Kloproysje, C. Morell, P. Havelaar, P. du Buy. Met enkele fraaie tekeningen in kleur o.m. van jachthonden. AA012/M10030.

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        The Poetical Works (8 Vols )

      London: John Murray, 1834. Slightly rubbed at spine ends and at joints with a touch of shelfwear. Nicely marbled edges with endpapers of the same pattern. Bookplates on front pastedowns. Some foxing opposite engraved frontispieces, otherwise an almost fine set. Bindings fawn calf with gilt rules around boards and gilt panels between raised bands on spine. Panels decorated with gilt fleurons. Titling and numbering pieces red calf. All edges tooled gilt with minimal rubbing.. First Thus. Full-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Trade.

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        THE ART OF WINE - MAKING, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. To which is added an appendix, concerning cider and perry.

      London, F.J. Mason, 1834.FIRST EDITION 1834, 8vo, approximately 215 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5½ inches, diagrams in the text, pages: (8), 123, (1), bound in modern burgundy diced calf, gilt rules and gilt lettered black morocco label to spine, new endpapers. Pale damp staining to inner and lower margins of title page and following 15 leaves, encroaching slightly on text but not affecting legibility at all, recurring in inner margin from page 73 to the end, occasional fox spots. A very good copy. Part I is on Wine - making in warm countries, foreign wines, diseases of wine; Part II deals with wine - making in cold countries, from English grapes, fruit and other vegetables; the Appendix from page 111 to the end is on cider and perry. Gabler, Wine into Words, page 37, G13750. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Veduta interna di castel Thunn.

      Marietti G.A., Trento. 1834 - Veduta dell’ingresso di Castel Thun in Val di Non. La stampa inserita in riquadro si trova in "I castelli del Tirolo colla storia delle relative antiche-potenti famiglie" di Agostino Perini ed è incisa da Francesco Citterio. Si vende in cornice antica. Formato: Litografia di dimensioni 16,2x24,7 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 15% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 800.00 euro.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige]
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        Demonstrations of the nerves of the human body.

      . London, Longman 1834, 4°, [4], IV, 98 pp., 1 pp. Index, 1 Anz.pp., LXXXII pp. Tafelerklärungen, 25 StahlstichTaf., HLnBd.; unaufgeschn.. First Edition in 4°. In response to the demand for a more manageable version of his neuroanatomy atlas, originally issued in elephant folio, Swan issued the above 4° version, with plates reengraved, after West's outstanding drawings, by Finden, who did part of the engraving for the folio. McHenry 520, citing the 4° version. D.N.B. Rare. Neither 4to. nor folio version in Cushing, Waller or Reynolds.

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        Hippologische Blätter. Eine Zeitschrift für veredelte Pferdezucht. Jg. 1833 und 1834.

      Kiel, (C. F. Mohr für) D. C. C. Schwers Witwe, 1833-1834. - 8vo. 7 vols. 285, (1) pp. (4), 272 pp. (2), 298, (2) pp. (4), 276 pp. (4), 302 pp. (4), 264, 43, (1) pp. (4), 438 pp. Uniform contemp. marbled wrappers. The complete first two years of this rare German periodical on thoroughbreds and horse racing (published until 1852). - Slight foxing near beginning an end. Fine copy from the library of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria (1808-88). The Duke had a hippodrome installed at his Ludwigsstrasse palace, where he regularly performed as dressage rider. His great interest in Arabian riding horses is also evidenced by his almost year-long journey through the Orient undertaken in 1838. ZDB-ID 18699-5. Cf. OCLC 72905646. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Gazetteer of the State of New Jersey : Comprehending a General View of its Physical and Moral Condition, Together with a Topographical and Statistical Account of its Counties, Towns, Villages, Canals, Rail Roads, & C. , Accompanied by a Map

      Trenton : Daniel Fenton, 1834, Hardback, First EditionFinely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a contrasting gilt-blocked Morocco lable. An exceptional copy, of presentation quality - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 266 pages; Description: iv, 266 p. , [1] p. Of plates : fold. Map ; 23 cm. Subjects: New Jersey --Gazetteers.

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        A Gazetteer of Illinois, in Three Parts Containing a General View of the State, a General View of Each County and a Particular View of Town, Settlement, Stream, Prairie, Bottom, Bluff, Etc. Alphabetically Arranged

      Jacksonville, R. Goudy, 1834, Hardback, First EditionScattered marginal foxing with minor stain shadows. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and titling. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 376 pages; Description: viii, 376 p. 16 cm. Subjects: Illinois--Gazetteers. Referenced by; Byrd's Illinois Imprints 191. Buck 278. Howes P170. Graff 3232.

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        ALS - 6 eigenhändige Briefe mit Unterschrift. Marburg 28.I.1834 bis 12.X.1836.

      . Marburg 28.I.1834 bis 12.X.1836, 13 Seiten gr.-4°; mit 4 gesiegelten Umschlägen, 2 Briefe mit Siegel(resten) und Adresse. Sehr gut erhalten.. Christian Heinrich Bünger (1782-1842), Chirurg und Anatom, Begründer der Marburger Anatomischen Sammlung, auch ein "geschickter und kühner Operateur" (Hirsch). - An seinen Schüler, den Anatomen und Chirurgen Benedict Stilling (1810-1879, hörte 1828-1831 bei Bünger) in Kassel, mit dem er sich über Fachfragen austauschte. - - 28.I.1834. Dank für Stillings "Schrift über die Gefäßdurchschlingung". - - "... Sollte Ihre Methode wie natürlich, auch keine so allgemeine Anwendung finden können, wie die Unterbindung, schon dadurch, daß sie mehr mechanisches Geschick von Seiten des Operateurs voraussetzt, so wird die Idee doch immer sehr gefallen ... und nie wieder ins Vergessen kommen ...Bei den Untersuchungen der Trombus Bildung welche ich an Thieren ... mit meinen Prosectoren fortsetze, bedienen wir uns auch bald Ihrer, bald anderer Methoden. - - Nicht umhin kann ich aber Sie mit einer neuen Verschließungs Art der Arterien bekannt zu machen, welche sehr leicht ausführbar, und mit welcher ich schon an einigen Schaafen geglückte Versuche gemacht ..." - Es folgt eine ausführliche, mit drei kleinen Zeichnungen illustrierte Beschreibung seiner neuen Methode unter Verwendung von "Gummi elasticum". Sektionen würden zeigen, ob das Material "verdaut wird, oder ob weitere interessante Erscheinungen wie bei nach außen vorgenommenen Transplantationen sich ergeben ..." - - 8.V.1834. "... Mit Vergnügen habe ich Ihre mir gnädigst mitgetheilten Ansichten über die Metamorphosen des Trombus welche sich in Folge Ihrer neuen Gefäß Schließung neben bei ergaben ... Es ist dies allerdings ein Gegenstand welcher noch rechtgenaue Aufmerksamkeit weil er über manches andere mit Aufklärung giebt, verdient. Mit Ihnen kann ich nur ganz einverstanden sein, dass nach den ersten Veränderungen welche der Trombus durch einen gewissen Verdauungs Proceß erfährt später auch wirklich Blut und Gefäßbildung auf eine kurtze Zeit während seines Blüthe Zustandes darinn anzunehmen und diese bei recht glücklichen Injectionen de vasa vasorum darinn zu entdecken sein möchten ..." Es folgen Beobachtungen, die er vor Jahren bei einer Sektion nach einem Fall von "Aneyrisma aortae" gemacht habe. - - 9.VIII.1834. "... Es thut mir sehr leid daß ich Ihnen auf Ihr dringendes Ansuchen: doch schnell die Resultate von den von mir vorgenommenen bekannten Untersuchungen einzuschicken, wegen einer drei wöchentlichen bedeutenden Krankheit ... nur kurz erwiedern kann: daß ich vor dem 20 Aug., an welchem Tage ich ... eine öffentliche Vorlesung in der naturforschenden Gesellschaft, wegen dem Geburtsfeste unsers Regenten, halten soll, an nichts weiter als an meine sich ungeheuer drängenden ... Geschäfte denken kann ..." - - 8.IX.1834. "... Sehr lieb würde es mir sein wenn ich Sie bei meiner Durchreise durch Cassel am nächsten Donnerstag Morgen ... auf ein Stündchen sprechen, Ihnen gewisse Präparate in natura zu eigener Prüfung vorzeigen ... könnte. - - Nur durch mündliche und gemeinschaftliche Untersuchung werden wir uns hinreichend darüber verständigen können ob schon für jetzt Gebrauch von dieser Sache zu Ihrem Zweck zu machen sein wird, oder nicht. - - Da mir von jetzt an die interimistische Direction der Thier Arzney Schule übertragen ist so werde ich nach meiner Reise weitere und genauere Versuche durch feine Injectionen anstellen ..." - - 20.XII.1834. "... Herzlichen Dank für Ihr mir gesendetes interessantes Buch und für die darinn mir erzeugte Ehre; wie auch für die freundschaftliche Aufnahme und Bewirthung meiner Frau mit mir in Ihrer Behausung beim Antritt unserer Reise nach Hamburg ..." Es folgt ein ausführlicher Bericht von seinem Besuch des Hamburger Spitals, wo er bei seinem "Landsmann Frike" (Johann Karl Fricke, 1790-1841) hospitiert habe. "... Das auffallendste ... ist mir gewesen, daß Frike seit mehreren Jahren gar keine Ligatur bei den häufig vorkommenden und bei Amputationen zu machenden Gefäß Verletzungen mehr vorgenommen, sondern nur unter allen Umständen die Torsion und zwar immer glücklich gemacht haben will ... So wie Fricke die Torsion mir ... an Leichen zeigte mit seiner Pinzette gemacht, konnte ich nicht anders als großes Zutraun dazu gewinnen ... Seine Pinzett scheint mir hierzu ganz zweckentsprechend und die sichere Art der Ausführung nur hiervon abzuhängen ..." - - Fricke hatte als erster in Deutschland die Torsion mit einer von ihm eigens entwickelten Pinzette durchgeführt und 1830 in seinem Artikel "Über die Torsion" (Rust Magazin, 32: pp. 468-475) beschrieben. - - 12.X.1836. Dank für die Vermittlung von Abgüssen eines "Orang utang Schädel" und "richtigen Menschenschädeln" aus Paris sowie mit der Bitte um die Weiterbehandlung einer "Stein Patientin", deren Fall er eingehend schildert. - - Mit einem von Stilling beschrifteten Umschlag "Correspondenz mit Hofrath Bünger zu Marburg".

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        (Collection complete des concerts. Tle. I-IV [alles Erschienene]) in 4 Bde. in 1 Band. Frankfurt und Bonn, Fr. Ph. Dunst o. J. (ca. 1834-36). 4°. Mit 4 lithogr. Titeln u. lithogr. Noten, Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rtit.

      . . Kinsky-H. 35, 47, 93 und 133.- Erste Partiturausgaben (Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 in zweiter).- Erste, nicht vollendete Gesamtausgabe der Partituren aller Konzerte Beethovens, die nicht über die Klavierkonzerte 1-3 und das Tripelkonzert hinausgekommen ist. Die Publikation der beiden letzten Klavierkonzerte, des Violinkonzerts und der Chorfantasie waren geplant und wurden bereits angezeigt.- Enth.: Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 C-Dur, op. 15. [PN 359]. 77 S.- Laut Kinsky-Halm etwa anderthalb Jahre nach der bei Haslinger in Wien gedruckten ersten Partiturausgabe erschienen / Klavierkonzert Nr. 2 B-Dur, op. 19.[PN 370]. 67 S. / Klavierkonzert Nr. 3 c-Moll, op. 37. [PN 381, 373]. 91 S. / Tripelkonzert C-Dur, op. 56. [PN 383, 413]. 123 S.- Erster Titel gestempelt (Wolfgang Brugger, Pianist); nur leicht gebräunt od. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben, Rücken tls. ergänzt.# First, non finished, complete edition of the scores of all concerts (Piano Concerto No. 1 in second edition).- 4 parts bound in 1 volume.

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        Medical Botany: or, illustrations and descriptions of the medical plants of the London, Edinburgh and Dublin Pharmacopoeias: comprising a popular and scientific account of all those poisonous vegetables, that are indigenous to Great Britain. A new edition edited by Gilbert Burnett.

      London, John Churchill, 1834-1836. 3 volumes (235 x 150mm). With 187 fine hand-coloured engraved plates. Contemporary green half calf, gilt decorated spines with red gilt lettered label. A very fine copy of the second edition of this attractive illustrated work. The first edition was published in 1831. The plates are after drawings by W. Clark, C.M. Curtis, R. Reid, G. Spratt and Weddell. At the end of volume 3 there is a 'Tabular Index of the Latin names', and an 'Index of English names'. The colouring of plates is to a high standard. This second edition has 2 more plates than the first.//Stafleu & Cowan 13.011.

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        Medical Botany; or, Illustrations and Descriptions of the Medicinal Plants of the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Pharmacopoeias Comprising a Popular and Scientific Account of Poisonous Vegetables Indigenous to Great Britain

      London: John Churchill. 1834. Hardcover. New edition. In three volumes. Unpaginated. Dark green half morocco over marbled boards, spines lettered and decorated in gold, marbled endpapers. With one hundred and eighty-seven hand-coloured plates (seven foldouts). Mild wear to extremities, light rubbing to covers, spines uniformly darkened, elegant bookplates to front pastedown endpapers. A nicely preserved attractive set. ; Large octavo .

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        Sacred Minstrelsy: A Collection of Sacred Music by the Great Masters of All Ages and Nations; consisting of Anthems, Solos, Duets, Trios etc. and Choruses; with Accompaniments for the Piano-Forte or Organ.

      John William Parker, London, 1834, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First EditionFull Author Name: Ed. W A (W Ayrton): Allegri, Arne, Attwood, Bach, Bassani, Blow, Boyce, Carnaby, Cherubini, Child, Creyghton, Croft, Dupuis, Farrant, Gasparini, Gibbons, Gluck, Attwood, Batten, Battishill, Bernabei, Blake, Caldara, Carissimi, Clark, Cooke, Galliard, Gansbacher etc.Vol. I published in 1834, Vol II in 1835 Brown half-leather, marbled boards. xxx, 210, xxix, and 216 pages, edges rubbed, binding sound, pages clean. Signed & dated 1836 on both title-pages by Louisa Gladstone (nee Fellows) the wife of Sir Thomas Glastone and sister-in-law of the Prime Minister William Gladstone. From the Fasque library collection. Contents are: Allegri: Miserere mei Deus; Anon: Sacred Round; Thou to whom all Power is Given; Arne: Hymn of Eve; Attwood: Turn Thy Face from My Sins; God that Madest Earth and Heaven; Enter Not Into Judgement; C P E Bach: Messiah at They Glad Approach; As O'er the Past My Memory Strays; S Bach: Thus ne'er Thy Side Forsaking; J S Bach: Crucifixus; Bassani: Ascribe Unto the Lord; Batten: Deliver Us, O Lord; Battishall: O Remember Not the Sins; Beethoven: The Lord, the Almighty Monarch; Oh! Most Delightful Hour; Happy is the Man; A Grace, Agnus Dei; Bernabei: Who Can Tell How Oft He Offendeth; Blake: Thou Shalt Show Me the Path of Life; Blow: The Lord Hear Thee; Boyce: The Sorrows of My Heart are Enlarged; Hallelujah; By the Waters of Babylon; Their Sound is Gone Out into all Lands; Shew Us The Mercy, O Lord; Carnaby: Sanctus; Caldara: Benedictus; Agnus Dei; Carissimi: I am well Pleased; Cherubini: Pie jesu Domine; Et Incarnatus Est; Child: O Lord, Grant the King a Long Life; Creyghton: I Will Arise, and go to My Father; Croft: O Lord, Thou Has Searched Me Out; Wither Shall I Go, Then; We Will Rejoice in Thy Salvation; Sing Unto God O Ye Kingdoms; Lord, What Love I Have Unto Thy Law Clarke: How Long Wilt Thou Forgive Me; Cooke: Double Chant; Dupuis: Hear My Prayer, O Lord; Sing unto God, O ye Kingdoms; Teach Me, O Lord; Oh, How Sweet are Thy Words; Comfort the Soul of Thy Servant; Farrant: Hide not thou thy face, O Lord; Gloria Patri; Call to Remembrance; Galliard: Join Voices, all ye Living Souls; Gansbacher: O Thou! who has at thy Command; Gasparini: Quando corpus morietur; Gibbons: Nunc Dimitis; Sanctus; Almighty and Everlasting God; Greene: Behold, I bring you glad tidings; Praise the Lord, O my soul; The Lord is my Shepherd; Acquaint thyself with God; O Lord God of Hosts; O Praise the Lord Ye Angels; O God of My Righteousness; O that my Ways were made so direct; Hayes: Blessed are all they that fear; Handel: various; Harwood: The dying Christian to his soul; Haydn: Of Stars the fairest; By thee with bliss; Lord of heaven and earth; The Heavens are telling; Et incarnatus est; Hayes: Praise the Lord, O my soul; I will give thee thanks; Helwig: Bow down thine ear, O Lord; Himmel: Come, O come with sacred lays; Humphrys: Grand Chant; Jomelli: All' idea di quelle pene; Kent: Lord, what love have I unto thy law; Hear my prayer, O God; My song shal be of mercy; Sing, O Heavens; My Song shall be of mercy; Lemon: Double Chant; Lock: Lord, let me know mine end; Luther: Great God! What do I see and hear; Marcello: O hold thou me up, guide me; Lord who shall dwell; O Lord, our Governor; Give ear unto me, Lord; Qual, anelante; Mason: Lord of all power and might; Mehul: When childhood's gay dreams; Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Lord, when we bend; Mozart: Eternal Ruler of the Skies; O Lamb of God; Grant, we beseech Thee; Ave verum corpus; Recordare; Benedictus; Nares: O! come hither nad hearken; Wherewithal shall a young man; The souls of the righteous; Rejoice in the Lord; Have Mercy upon me; By the Waters of Babylon; Neukomm: Yon Abbey Bell; Sanctus; Pergolesi: O Lord!have mercy upon me; O sing praises under our God; Porter: Like as the Hart; Purcell (H): In God's Name will I rejoice; My song shall be alway; The way, o God, is holy; Purcell (T): Funeral Chant; Reynolds: My God! My God! Look Upon Me; Righini: How bless'd the Man; Rogers: Teach me, O Lord; Romberg: Pater Noster; Soaper: Double Chant; Sarti: Amplius lava me; Schulz: Glory Be to God on High; Spohr: Thee, Lord, our King; Blessed are the dead; Steffani: Rejoice in the Lord, O ye righteous; O praise the Lord; Tallis: Nunc Dimitis; Tye: Laudate nomen Domini; Travers: Single Chant; Werner: Resignation; Wise: Prepare ye the way of the Lord; The ways of Zion do Mourn; Awake up, my glory; Winter: Father of Heaven; Zingarelli: Brother, Thou art gone before us. 2-volume set (complete). Item Type: Sheet Music. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: over 4 kg. Inventory No: 13111090197.

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        Corso di Geometria elementare, e sublime. Gli elementi di geometria di Euclide

      Napoli: Stamperia per le opere del Prof. Flauti, 1834. ril mezza pelle (half-leather binding). Molto buono (Very Good). 8vo. Emendati in que' luoghi, in cui una volta furono viziati da Teone, o da altri; e ne' quali sono restituite alcune definizioni e dimostrazioni dello stesso Euclide dal Cav. V. Flauti, Professore di Analisi Sublime nell'Università degli Studi di Napoli, e membro della Giunta di Pubblica Istruzione: Segretario della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Napoli; e Socio ordinario di questa, dell'Istituto d'Incoraggiamento, e della Pontaniana; Membro Onorario della Società Reale di Copenahen, dell'Accademia di berlino, ec. ec. Volume I che contiene i primi sei Libri degli Elementi di Euclide. Volume II che contiene i libri Undecimo, Duodecimo, e Decimoterzo degli Elementi di Euclide; il Primo Libro di Archimede sulla sfera e sul cilindro; quello della misura del cerchio; e le note critiche e geometriche. Nelle appendici: "Esercitazioni geometriche sul corso di geometria elementare e sublime". Con 24 tavole ripiegate f.t. Incisioni oro al dorso Fioriture leggeread alcune pagine. Strapppo alla tavola I del libro I (Some light yellowing)

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        Victoires Conquetes, Desastres, Revers et Guerres Civiles des Francais, de 1789 a 1815

      Paris: C.L.F. Panckoucke, 1834. hardcover. very good. 13 volumes, 8vo, 1/2 brown leather, gilt-decorated spines (slight foxing, corners slightly rubbed), marbled boards and endpapers. Paris: C.L.F. Panckoucke, 1834. Very good.

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        Ayesha, the Maid of Kars. By the Author of "Zohrab," "Haji Baba," &c.,

      Carey, Lea & Blanched, Philadelphia 1834 - 2 volumes. Tall 8vo. Bound in original boards: drab cloth spines, paper over boards, remnants of printed lettering labels. Expected wear at edges, some soiling, else a very good set. The first American edition of the third of Morier's highly readable novels set in Persia. Rare, and more so in original boards. In a custom clamshell case. For the English edition, see Sadlier, 1796; Wolff 4927. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Demonstrations of the nerves of the human body.

      - London, Longman 1834, 4°, [4], IV, 98 pp., 1 pp. Index, 1 Anz.pp., LXXXII pp. Tafelerklärungen, 25 StahlstichTaf., HLnBd.; unaufgeschn. First Edition in 4°. In response to the demand for a more manageable version of his neuroanatomy atlas, originally issued in elephant folio, Swan issued the above 4° version, with plates reengraved, after West's outstanding drawings, by Finden, who did part of the engraving for the folio. McHenry 520, citing the 4° version. D.N.B. Rare. Neither 4to. nor folio version in Cushing, Waller or Reynolds. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal Of an Embassy from the Governor General of India to the Court of Ava (2 Vols)

      Henry Colburn, 1834, Hardcover (Original Cloth), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Second EditionOversize, too large for Priority envelopes. Cloth binding, rubbed, little frayed, mostly at base, small tear in front hinge of volume 1 & top back hinge of volume 2. Little foxing & latter part of volume 2 little damp stained. Frontispiece map in volume 1 mostly gone, other plates & maps present and good. Fossil plates listed as 'to be inserted' never were. Size: 8vo. 720 pages. 2-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 4 lbs. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; 19th century; Travel & Places. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 2060.

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        The Conchologist.

      Boston, Russell, Odiorne & Metcalf, 1834. Small-4to. pp. (4), 204, with lithographed frontispiece and 16 lithographed plates. New green calf, spine with gilt lines and lettering, sides with gilt borderline. The first American conchological manual. "Its author, however, was John Warren, an expatriate Englishman who dealt in shells and other curiosities in Boston and supplied the private collectors of that town with handsome shells at high prices" (Dance 143). Considerable foxing to plates. A scarce work.

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        Chinese Village, Pokfulum. (Hongkong)

      (circa1868).. Original albumen photograph measures 19 x 26.9cm. Laid on thick paper, matted. Matt measures 38.1 x 46cm. "Floyd, William Pryor (1834 - c. 1900). Important and highly talented British photographer whose Hong Kong studio was, for a time, one of the most successful commercial operations of its kind in the Far East. Worked in Shanghai (1864) and Macau (Aomen) (1865 - 1866 or 1867) before settling in Hong Kong (1867 - 1874)" (History of Photography in China: 1861-1879. Western Photographers Terry Bennett. 2010) This original albumen print, entitled “Chinese Village, Pokfulam (Hongkong)” was purchased in Hong Kong about 25 years ago. It was attributed to William Pryor Floyd by the dealer who sold it at that time and this seems likely. We could find only one institution who holds a copy of this image. Of superior quality and in fine condition, it has historical as well as photographic interest, because one hundred and fifty years later, despite so much change all over Hong Kong as well as in its immediate area, this small settlement continues to exist to this day. The old houses shown in the photograph still stand, though for long engulfed by wooden huts and other, initially temporary, residential structures built for the most part by persons fleeing the Chinese mainland during the Japanese invasion and civil war between 1937-49. Despite the ever-present threat of clearance for development which hangs over all such squatter settlements, Pokfulam village has somehow survived, and there is now more interest in its preservation. A lively Pokfulam Village Cultural Landscape Group has existed for some years and has a firmly established presence on the Internet. Its website provides information on the village as it presently exists, and its own 'intangible cultural heritage" activities, including festivals. The historical section also provides some follow-up information about the old houses shown on this 1868 photograph - which features on its home page - as follows: "Interpretation from Historic Photo: From one historical picture named as “Chinese Village at Pok Fu Lam” taken in 1868, you can see 2 rows [?] of single storey houses with pitched tile roofs in the forest. According to the [number] of doors, it is believed that there were 17 families...." Pokfulam Village was also the subject of a paper written by Dr James Hayes and published in 1972 in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society HK Branch - "There is nothing attractive about the present village, which mostly consists of small single-storey stone or wooden structures erected in haphazard fashion round the single row of old village houses that constituted the original village. The village is listed in the Chinese district gazetteer of San On (1819 edition) and thus pre-dates the British occupation of Hong Kong in 1841. The Chan (?) clan of Pokfulam, which probably settled the area in the 18th century, is still there today. They are Puntis, from Po On district. The Chans owned most of the agricultural land in the area, and fished by line and stakenet from suitable points on the coast." .

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        Twelve Plain Discourses Addressed to the Prisoners of the Crown in the Colony of New South Wales; with an Appendix containing a Manual of Prayers for their Use.

      Sydney, printed by Stephens and Stokes, 1834. First edition:pp90, 8vo, bound in quarter leather, cloth sides. Foxed thoughout, else a very good copy. Ferguson1872. The first collection of sermons published in Australia.

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        Memoirs of Henry Masers De Latude : Who Was Confined During Thirty-Five Years, in the Different State Prisons of France / Arranged from the Original Documents, by Monsieur Thierry

      Dublin :, London : [Printed For W. F. Wakeman], [Simpkin And Marshall, And R. Groombridge], 1834, Hardback, 1st English Language EditionFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 364 pages; Physical desc. : vi, [2], 364 p ; 17 cm. Subject; Prisoners - France - Personal narratives. First published in France in 1790, and now first translated into English by John William Calcraft [pseud. ].

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        The Poems

      Edinburgh: for Laing and Forbes; London, for William Pickering,, 1834. Now First Collected. With Notes, and a Memoir of His Life by David Laing. 2 volumes, octavo (185 × 115 mm). Contemporary red crushed morocco by Andrew Grieve of Edinburgh, spines gilt in compartments, boards gilt panelled, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Ownership inscription to each front blank. Joints repaired. An excellent set. First collected edition. Dunbar (1460–1513 or 30) was a poet of the court of James IV of Scotland. Well regarded by his contemporaries and by later writers, this edition was the book that "consolidated his reputation in the early nineteenth century and marked the beginning of serious biographical research" (ODNB).

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        View of the Origin And Migrations Of The Polynesian Nation; demonstrating their ancient discovery and progressive settlement of the continent of America

      Sydney, James Cochrane, 1834, first editionppviii, 256; 8vo, bound in quarter morocco, cloth sides, spines raised in compartments, gilt lettering. Paper spotted and stained, else very good in a handsome binding with `Aust. Case 1834' stamped in gilt on spine Rare. Ferguson 1807 McLaren 29 Quantity Available: 1. Category: THOM ETHNOLOGY PACIFIC TRAVEL EXPLORATION; Inventory No: 278726.

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        De Pulsu, Resorptione, Auditu et Tactu. (Annotationes Anatomicae et Physiologicae. Programmata Collecta. Fasiculi Tres).

      . Lipsiae, C.F. Koehler, 1834-1851, 4, VIII, 175 pp., (1); VIII, pp.176-258; (4), XI-XV, 120 pp., 1 Taf., feiner Halbledereinband; eine Lage (8 pp.) faksimiliert.. Ernst Brücke's copy - First Editions of "De pulsu, resoptione, auditu et tactu" and of the later added Fasiculus II and III. - Here the further content: - De Organis Gentialibus, Corpuscules Sanguinis Rubris et Lymphaticus, Fibris Elementaribus Fibrinae, Cellulis Vibrantibus, Liquoris Pericardii Utilitate, et de Hepate Aliisque Glandulis. - Annotationes Anatomicae et Physiologicae. Programmata collecta. Fasciculus. II., ab anno 1835 usque ad anum 1848. Lipsiae, prostat apud C.F. Koehler, 1851, 4°, XI-XV, pp.177-258 pp. - - I. Tractatus de Motu Iridis ex anno 1821. II. Summa Doctrinae de Motu Iridis ex anno 1851. - Annotationes Anatomicae et Physiologicae. Programmata collecta. Fasciculus. III. Lipsiae, prostat apud C.F. Koehler, 1851, 4°, 116 pp., pp,. 117-120 Index programmatum, librorum et commentationum ab E.H. Weber editorum, 1 plate. - - Still in the year 1851 (the first fasciculus) "De pulso, resorptione, auditu et tactu" (1834) wasn't sold out, so the publisher Köhler printed to promote the sales of this title a new title leave "Annotationes Anatomicae et Physiologicae. Programmata Collecta. Fasciculi Tres. Lipsiae, prostat apud C.F.Koehler, 1851", and added it to the new Fasiculus II and III togehter with supplement sheets for the Index for the pre owner of "De pulsu, resorptione, auditu et Tactu" and created such a new title for sale. - The paper of the part of 1834 and 1851 is slightly different and there is also no new print listed in Wilhelm Engelmann's Bibliotheca Medico-Chirurgica et Anatomico-Physiologica, Supplement (1867), p.271 and this explains why this item is such extremely rare. Engelmann erroneously names as publisher, but may then as source "(Leipzig, Ad. Winter)". But Callisen reports correct in volume 20, p.231 "De pulsu (p.1), resorbtione (p.13), auditu (p.25) et tactu (p.44-175). Annotationes anat. et physilogicae. Lips. prostat. ap. C.F.Köhler. 1834. ... Rec. Schmidt Jahrb. d.Med. Bd.4. 1834. Decbr. art.145. S.343.44 v. E.H.Weber; ..." - "A legendary rarity that has been unfindable for many decades -- no doubt because just about nobody but the egregiously eccentric G. H. Fechner paid any attention to it. Fechner, of course, named "Weber's law" after Ernst Heinrich, and gave the name "psychophysics" to the field. Ernst Heinrich Weber (1795-1878)"introduced new methods of measuring sensitivity, establishing perception as an experimental rather than an observational discipline. Working initially with the discrimination of lifted weights, Weber demonstrated that the smallest appreciable difference was a constant fraction of their actual weights. . (He went on to propose) a general law of discrimination that applied to all modalities but with fractions specific to the judgments involved. He introduced the use of calipers to measure two-point thresholds on the skin surface and found that sensitivity varied enormously, with greatest sensitivity around the lips and least on the trunk. The magnitude of the thresholds depended on the areas of the skin stimulated, which led Weber to introduce the concept of sensory circles -- areas on the skin surface that can result in the stimulation of a single peripheral nerve. His work represents a distinct shift in the psychology of perception from philosophy towards physiology, from speculation to experimentation, and from qualitative to quantitative approaches" Nicholas J. Wade, Perception and Illusion, pp.137-138" c.f. John Gach - - not in the Norman Catalogue, Heirs of Hippocrates or Waller. - see - DSB XI:199-201; Boring's History of Experimental Psychology, 2nd ed., pp.110-113; Zusne's Biographical Dictionary of Psychology, p. 454; DSB XI:199-201 - - Garrison & Morton No. 1457 and 3368 ("Weber's hearing test" (p.41)).

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        "Recherches sur les ossemens fossiles, ?u l'on r?tablit les caract?res de plusieurs animaux dont les r?volutions du globe ont d?truit les esp?ces."

      Paris: E. d'Ocagne. 1834-36. "Fourth, best and most extensive edition, edited by his brother Friedrich Cuvier; 10 volumes text in octavo, 2 volumes in quarto; hand-colored folding map of the environs of Paris, hand-colored map of London, folding copper-engraved cross section of the terrain of Paris, 15 lithograph plates (2 hand-colored), 261 engraved plates (80 double-page, 3 folding, 1 with some strengthening in the margin); recent maroon morocco-backed marbled boards, gilt-lettered direct on gilt-paneled spines; occasional spotting, but generally a fine, handsome set, uncut. Horblit, One Hundred Books Famous in Science 20b, citing the 1812 first edition in 4 vols., 4to: ""Inauguration of vertebrate paleontology."" Norman, 556, citing the same: ""In the 1790s Cuvier began publishing a series of papers on fossils that laid the foundations of modern paleontology. These were reissued, in revised form in Ossemens fossiles, with the important preface entitled 'Discours préliminaire,' setting forth Cuvier's influential geological theory of 'revolutions' in the earth's history."""

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        Vues pittoresques de Wiesbade, Ems, Schwalbach, Schlangenbad et de leurs environs.

      Jügel,, Frankfurt, 1834 - Frankfurt, Jügel, (1834). 8°. (1) Bl., (8) S., (1) Bl. Mit 28 Aquatintatafeln von Martens nach Jakob Fürchtegott Dielmann. Blindgepr. Halblederbd. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Deckeltitel (bestossen u. leicht berieben). Thieme/Becker 233. - Ansichtenwerk nach Zeichnungen von Jakob Fürchtegott Dielmann (1809-1885), der sich, nachdem er Schüler des Städelschen Instituts war, bei Schirmer als Landschafter weiterbildete. In den 60er Jahren gründete er mit Burger die sog. Cronberger Malerkolonie u. malte in Oel u. Aquarell vor allem Landschaften, Sittenbilder u. Portraits. Die Tafeln in unserem Exemplar in kräftigen Abzügen. - Mit mont. Namensschild auf fest. Vorsatz. Stockfleckig. - Einbanddeckeltitel: "Les bains du Taunus". Sprache: Französisch / Français / French (bestossen u. leicht berieben). Blindgepr. Halblederbd. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Deckeltitel

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        Die Kupferstecherei oder die Kunst in Kupfer zu stechen und zu äzen. I. Theoretischer Theil. Aus dem italiänischen übersetzt von C. Barth. + Die Kupferstecherei oder die Kunst in Kupfer zu stechen und zu äzen. II. Praktischer Theil. + Die Kupferstechkunst und der Stahlstich. Für Männer vom Fach und Kunstfreunde.

      1834 - Hildburghaufen u. Meiningen, im Verlag der Kesselring'schen Hofbuchhandlung, 1837. 8:o. (8),368 pp. + Hildburghaufen u. Meiningen, im Verlag der Kesselringschen Hofbuchhandlung, 1837. 8:o. VI,(2),187,(5) pp. & 2 folded engraved plates + Leipzig, Verlag der J. C. Hinrichsschen Buchhandlung, 1834. 8:o. IV,168 pp. Contemporary dark blue marbled paper covered boards with red title label and red sprinkled edges. Joints slightly worn, front joint restored. The first work with some damp stains in the beginning, some foxing and light dampstains. Minor loss of paper in the lower margin on p. 261. The second work has some foxing and minor stains too, for example on p. 85. Title page of the last work browned and with some white spots. Some soiling on pp. 3-6. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London, W.S. Orr & Smith, 1834-1849. 16 volumes. Royal-8vo. With 717 (25 doublepage) fine handcoloured plates of flowers, 6 plates (5 coloured) of garden designs and numerous woodcuts in the text. Contemporary green half calf, marbled sides, spines with 4 raised bands, gilt lines and lettering. Nice set of this famous and beautifully illustrated periodical. In the advertisement of the Xth. volume we read: "The character of the Embellishments of this work has at length been brought almost as near to perfection as possible to attain. It is indeed, suggested by some of our friends, that they are occasionally too beautiful; and that the plants they represent are not ordinarily so handsome as they are here depicted".//Sir Joseph Paxton (1803-1865) was head gardener to Duke of Devonshire at Chatworth, where for example he achieved the first blooming of the 'Victoria amazonica'. He designed the Crystal Palace and became one of the leading English botanists.//Nissen BBI, 2351; Great Flower Books p. 85.

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        Erpétologie générale ou histoire naturelle complète des Reptiles.

      Paris, Roret, 1834-1844. 7 volumes of 9. 8vo (218 x 135mm). With 104 (of 120) engraved plates. Contemporary half calf (spines worn) & atlas disbound. The copy lacks text volumes 7 & 9. The following plates are not present 59, 62-63, 70, 72, 75-84 and 87. The last 6 plates are coloured. A few plates with some waterstaining. "Among the most important and fundamental of the large treatises on reptilian life".(Wood p. 326). "The 'Erpétologie générale' was the first work that gave a comprehensive scientific account of all amphibians and reptiles, including their anatomy, physiology, systematics and associated literature. In this enourmous work some 1393 species are covered. Each is provided with a full synonymy and a detailed description; many are illustrated." (Adler I, p. 32)//Nissen ZBI, 1194.

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        THE ROUND TOWERS OF IRELAND; Or, The Mysteries of Freemasonry, Of Sabaism, and of Budhism, For the First Time Unveiled. "Prize Essay" of the Royal Irish Academy, Enlarged, and Embellished with Numerous Illustrations

      London: Whittaker and Co., Ave-Maria Lane, and J. Cummings, Dublin, 1834.. First Edition, First Printing. Leather Bound. Very Good. First edition. Octavo, bound in recent full marbled calf, the spine ruled in gilt with decorative fleurons in compartments, green leather label titled in gilt. 524 pp. Vignette engraving on title page, numerous engravings on plates and in the text, many full page. Lacks errata and advert leaves at rear, text complete. Light fraying to fore-edge of title leaf, a lovely copy in a beautiful modern binding executed by Sean Richards at the Byzantium Bindery. ¶ First book edition of O'Brien's essay proposing that the round towers of Ireland were created by a pre-Christian phallic cult among the Tuatha Dé Danann who he connected to the daughters of Danaus. His theory when first published caused a lot of controversy at the time, as well as sparking much criticism. O'Brien's Preface, extolling the virtues of Freemasonry, caused such offense that some copies of the work were mutilated by having it torn out. The book was re-issued in 1898 as 'The Round Towers of Ireland or the History of the Tuath De Dannan', and later as 'Atlantis in Ireland' (1976) and 'The Round Towers of Atlantis' (2002).

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("JM Mauch").

      Berlin, 4. März 1834.. 1½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. An den Architekten Gottfried Semper (1803-1879): "Vor Allem muß ich die Verzögerung dieses Briefes dadurch entschuldigen, daß ich ganz ungewöhnlicher Weise die beiden Beilagen verkramt hatte, ohne welche mein Schreiben Ihnen nichts genü[t]zt hätte. Aus demselben ersehen Sie nun, wie ich Ihren Auftrag besorgt habe, und wünsche nur daß die Abgüsse unbeschädigt Ihnen zukommen mögen. Für die angenehme Bekanntschaft mit Herrn Stammann danke ich Ihnen, leider war seine Zeit so sehr in Anspruch genommen, daß ich ihm nur einen Theil des Gewerbe Instituts zeigen konnte. Das Projekt zu den Anlagen auf der Akropolis ist fertig, ich habe es aber noch nicht gesehen, weil es zuerst bei Hof aufwartet [...]". - Johann Matthäus Mauch war unter Karl Friedrich Schinkel als Conducteur beim Bau des neuen Berliner Schauspielhauses beschäftigt gewesen und war von diesem anschließend dem Vorstand des neugegründeten königlichen Gewerbe-Institutes, P. C. W. Beuth, empfohlen worden. "Als gewandter Zeichner wurde er zu verschiedenen durch das preußische Ministerium veranlaßten Publicationen beigezogen, so namentlich zu dem von der technischen Deputation der Gewerbe herausgegebenen Prachtwerke: Vorbilder für Fabrikanten und Handwerker' (1821-1830), für welches er viele Zeichnungen lieferte und einen Theil davon selbst stach und lithographirte [...] Von einer längeren Studienreise nach Italien im Jahre 1830, wo er viel mit Eckermann und dem jungen Goethe [d. i. August von Goethe, der während jener Reise verstarb] zusammen war, brachte er allerlei Früchte fleißiger Studien mit, die er in der Folge als Schriftsteller und Lehrer zu verwerthen wußte" (ADB XX, 685). 1839 folgte er einem Ruf an die königliche Gewerbeschule in Stuttgart, wo er als Professor für monumentale Baukunst und deren Geschichte sowie für Ornamentzeichnen und Modellieren tätig war. - Mit stärkeren Faltspuren und etwas knittrig; papierbedingt etwas gebräunt; das Respektblatt mit Siegelrest und kleinen von anderer Hand stammenden Vermerken.

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        Die Trepanations-Instrumente = Abhandlung aus dem Gebiet der gesammten Akologie, zur Begründung eines Systems derselben, 2.Theil, 1 Abt.

      - Prag, J.Calve'sche Bhdlg., 1834, 4°, XII, 136 pp., mit 226 feinen Abbildungen auf 5 doppelblattgroßen, gefalteten Steindrucktafeln, Pappband der Zeit; frisches, makelloses Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe. Dieser extrem seltene zweite Band des großartigen Krombholzschen Abbildungswerkes bildet die bei weitem umfangreichste und instruktivste Ikonographie zur Entwicklung des neurochirurgischen Instrumentariums, vom Anbeginn bis zum Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts. Auf den großformatigen Tafeln wird das ganze, vielfältige "Armamentarium Chirurgicum" der Schädelchirurgie in detailgetreuen Abbildungen dargestellt. Der umfangreiche Text, mit seiner geschichtlichen Einleitung, gibt eine präzise Beschreibung aller abgebildeten Instrumente. Dieses einzigartige Bilderwerk ist die Fleißarbeit des Prager Chirurgen und Professors Julius Vinzenz Krombholz (1782-1843). - A storehouse of information on neurosurgical tools. - Hirsch-H. III, 615-16; Wellcome III p.416. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Narrative of a Voyage to the Southern Atlantic Ocean in the Years 1828, 29, 30, Performed in H.M. Sloop Chanticleer, Under the Command of the Late Captain Henry Foster, F.R.S. & C. By Order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 2 Volumes

      London : R. Bentley 1834 - 2 Volumes. xi., 400p., 1 map, 5 aquatint plates, 8 p. of Plan of the Edinburgh Cabinet Library insert original to 1st edition; 1 folding map, viii., 398p. Bound in fine modern leather. Gilt lettering on spines. Fine bindings and covers. Clean, unmarked page with tanning. Abbey, Travel 11; Borba de Moraes, 2:937; Conrad, p 33; Hill 1842; Renard 1679; Rosove 344.A1; Sabin 102429; Spence 1245 Capt. Henry Foster was a British naval officer, scientist and a Fellow of the Royal Society, who took part in expeditions to both the Arctic and Antarctic, and made various notable scientific observations. From 1828 to 1831, he was commander of HMS Chanticleer and led the British Naval Expedition to the South Atlantic, surveying the South Shetland Islands and notably Deception Island off the Antarctic Peninsula. Aside from surveying coasts and ocean currents, the main purpose of the expedition was to determine the variation in gravitational attraction by means of a Kater invariable pendulum to measure observations, together with a more accurate determination of longitude. Many South American ports were visited and the area from Cape Horn south to the South Shetlands hydrographically surveyed. One particularly interesting plate of Deception Island shows the thermal springs at Pendulum Cove. There are numerous geological and natural history observations including penguins and seals. In the three year voyage, no loss of life was recorded through accident or sickness. Sadly, Capt. Foster drowned in the Chagres River in Panama in 1831, attempting to complete his observations on the river. His research was published, posthumously, in 1834, along with the private journal of W.H.B. Webster, Surgeon of the Sloop by Webster himself, and is an important account of a South Atlantic and Antarctic voyage in the early Nineteenth Century. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memorie teorico-pratiche di artiglieria. I: Legnami ed economia selvana; II: Miniere e metalli per le artiglierie; III: Fabbricazione delle artiglierie di bronzo; IV: Polvere da sparo.

      Napoli, Dalla Reale Tipografia della Guerra, 1832-1834. - 4 vols. in 2. 91;112;92;79 pp. With 17 lithogr. plts. (16 fold.). Hardcover. Contemp. red half morocco, spines gilt. VG. (Typed label on pastedowns, inscriptions on endp.; occas. light foxing). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia and Van Dieman's Land. During the Years 1830, 1831, 1832 and 1833.

      London, Richards Bentley, New Burlington Street.1834. - Second Edition Revised with Addition; 8vo; pp. xii, 420; b/w landscape frontispiece, 1 b/w plate, appendix, errata; early rebinding with black textured cloth boards, title lettered in gilt on spine, foxing to title page, frontispiece and plate, previous owners name in ink on top left of title page later obscured; a good copy. Written with the emigrant in mind includes information on voyage over then provides a general view of the Colonies and the type of person likely to succeed there also capital and materials required. Nice early descriptions of Perth, Swan River, Garden Island, Freemantle lifestyles. Travels to Sydney and describes modes of travelling in the Bush and where unallocated land can be found including ways to various settlements including Liverpool, Campbelltown, Cow Pastures, Goulbourne. General observations including people lost in the bush, Melville and Bathurst Islands extent of the Colony Norfolk Island, New Zealand, observations on Australian Aborigines, superstitions, weapons, wars, cannibalism, animals, fires and drought. Many fascinating statistics on Sydney, convicts, bushrangers, rustlers, prices of cattle and produce, wages, imports and exports. Travels to Van Diemans Land and gives account of progress of settlement there, aborigines, convicts. Last 2 pp list trees and shrubs wanted in the colonies. Ferguson 1745.

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        A Vindication of the Result of the Trial of Rev. Ephraim Avery; To which is prefixed his Statement of Facts Relative to the Circumstances by which he became Involved in the Prosecution

      Boston: Russell, Odiorne and Co.. 1834. First. First edition. Octavo. 74pp., folding map. Early, and probably contemporary quarter cloth and papercovered boards. Slight wear at the spine ends, and a little very light foxing in the text, a nice, very good or better copy. Account of a famous and sensational murder case wherein Methodist minister Avery was accused and aquitted of the murder of Sarah Cornell of Fall River, Massachusetts who was apparently bearing his unborn child. .

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      Jacksonville: Published by R. Goudy, . 1834 - viii,376pp. Contemporary calf. Spine moderately scuffed, edges bit rubbed. Binding quite tight. Very small worm holes in blank gutter of last four leaves. Overall a very good copy. A presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper: "Rev. E. Kincaid / from / Rev. John M. Peck / Illinois." This is the first edition of one of Peck's many publications regarding the state of Illinois and the adjacent country, derived mostly from his own personal experiences as a veteran traveller within and without the state. A useful guide for visitors as well as residents, with an appendix describing the Wisconsin Territory. HOWES P170. GRAFF 3232. BRADFORD 4232. BUCK 278. BYRD 191. SABIN 59483.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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