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        Vollständiges Bücher-Lexicon enthaltend alle von 1750 bis 1910 in Deutschland und in den angrenzenden Ländern gedruckten Bücher. 36 Bände (gebunden in 27) sowie 4 (der 6) Registerbände.

      Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1834-1911. - Lexikonformat. Orig.-Halblederbände. *Originalausgabe von Kayers Bücherlexikon. Erfasst wurden alle deutschsprachigen Verlagspublikationen der Jahre 1750 bis 1910. Die ersten 6 Bände umfassen den Zeitraum 1750 bis 1832 alphabetisch, danach in 5-Jahreszeiträumen. - Hervorragendes Quellenwerk, das auch dann noch wichtige Informationen liefert, wenn alle anderen Bibliographien versagen. Nur das GV ist vollständiger. - Vollständig in der Hauptreihe (und inklusive 4 der Registerbände, die für den Gebrauch eigentlich nicht benötigt werden). - Alter Stempel auf den Titelblättern, Rücken teils etwas berieben und Kapitale bei einigen Bänden bestoßen (4 Bände mit kleineren Fehlstellen an den Kapitalen). Teils leichte Gebrauchsspuren, insgesamt ordentliches und innen sauberes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 40000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Petit Chansonnier des Deserts.

      A Paris Chez Le Fuel Libraire Editeur Rue St Jacques No. 34 no date c 1834 - 32mo, 97 x 56 mms., unpaginated [111, 112- 114 blank], engraved frontispiece, engraved title-page, 5 other full-page engraved plates, all edges gilt, original pink boards, contained within case of similar colour, with the bookplate of F. Meunie on the front paste-down end-paper, and an earlier bookseller's ticket dating the work as printed in 1824, and with a pencil reference beneath. A fine copy. Amon the authors listed in the Table des Auteurs at the end are Armand-Gouppé, Armand Séville, Bié, Brazier, Charrin (P-J), Désaugiers, Edmond de Rochefort, Étienne Jourdan, Frédéric Bourguignon, Jacquelin (J. A.), Lablée, Lallemand-Boissolon, Mayeur (F.), Rougemont (de), and, of course, Anonymes. "Le Fuel" seems to have published several of these little collections, and copies appear to be rare. I couldn't find a copy of this imprint in all the usual online databases. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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        Essais historiques sur les bardes, les jongleurs et les trouvères normands et anglo-normands, suivis de pièces de Malherbe, qu'on ne trouve dans aucune édition de ses Oeuvres.

      Caen, Mancel 1834 - 3 vol. in-8, [4]-LXXIX-312, [4]-396 et 396 pp., veau blond, dos à nerfs à doubles caissons dorés, encadrement de double filet doré sur les plats, double filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées, triple filet doré intérieur (Bauzonnet Maison Purgold). Bel exemplaire. Edition originale de cet ouvrage important dont le titre dissimule un peu l'ampleur : en fait, c'est une véritable histoire littéraire de la Normandie au Moyen Âge qu'a donnée ici l'abbé de La Rue (1751-1835), chanoine de la cathédrale de Bayeux, qui avait consacrée sa vie aux recherches sur sa province natale. Frère II, 163. Exemplaire d'A. Chaisemartin, président du tribunal de Loches, avec étiquettes ex-libris contrecollées sur toutes les premières gardes. L'ouvrage fut ensuite donné au célèbre érudit tourangeau Jules-Antoine Taschereau (1801-1874) le 20 octobre 1861 (bel ex-dono sur les gardes volantes du volume I). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Cenno su gli avvenimenti militari, ovvero saggi storici sulle campagne dal 1799 al 1814. [Continuazione degli editori e traduttori italiani ricavata dalle opere di Napier ...].

      Tipografia di Raffaele Pierro [Tipografia all'insegna del Diogene], 1834. 30 vol. in 8 rilegati in 21 tomi, leg. coeva in mz. tl. con tit. in oro al dorso. - Resoconto storico che nella traduzione italiana non si ferma al 1807 (vol. 19) ma continua con il contributo di altri autori fino al 1814. Buone condizioni

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        Vollständiges Bücher-Lexicon enthaltend alle von 1750 bis 1910 in Deutschland und in den angrenzenden Ländern gedruckten Bücher. 36 Bände (gebunden in 27) sowie 4 (der 6) Registerbände.

      Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1834-1911. Lexikonformat. Orig.-Halblederbände. *Originalausgabe von Kayers Bücherlexikon. Erfasst wurden alle deutschsprachigen Verlagspublikationen der Jahre 1750 bis 1910. Die ersten 6 Bände umfassen den Zeitraum 1750 bis 1832 alphabetisch, danach in 5-Jahreszeiträumen. - Hervorragendes Quellenwerk, das auch dann noch wichtige Informationen liefert, wenn alle anderen Bibliographien versagen. Nur das GV ist vollständiger. - Vollständig in der Hauptreihe (und inklusive 4 der Registerbände, die für den Gebrauch eigentlich nicht benötigt werden). - Alter Stempel auf den Titelblättern, Rücken teils etwas berieben und Kapitale bei einigen Bänden bestoßen (4 Bände mit kleineren Fehlstellen an den Kapitalen). Teils leichte Gebrauchsspuren, insgesamt ordentliches und innen sauberes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        The Tourist's Pocket Map of the State of Ohio Exhibiting its Internal Improvements, Roads, Distances, &c

      Philadelphia: Samuel Augustus Mitchell, 1834. Hand-colored engraved folding map, 15 3/4 x 13 1/4 inches. Folding to 5 x 3 inches into original green gilt-decorated roan binding. Provenance: William Fitch (contemporary ownership signatures on verso of map). Mounted on the inside front cover of the binding is the 1830 Census data for the state, recording the total population of the state at 937,903. At bottom of the map are Profiles of the Ohio and Erie Canal, and the Miami Canal. 73 counties are delineated, the most populated then being Hamilton, Columbiana, and Muskingum. Light rubbing to binding, a few short separations along folds, light wear at sheet edges.

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        A History of Egyptian Mummies, and an Account of the Worship and Embalming of the Sacred Animals by the Egyptians; with Remarks of the Funeral Ceremonies of Different Nations, and Observations on the Mummies of the Canary Islands, of the Ancient Peruvians, Burman Priests etc.

      London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1834.. FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp.xxii, 264 [2]. With a hand-coloured frontispiece illustration of a mummy, and 12 plates at the rear of the volume, including two further coloured plates. In original grey paper-covered boards with original cream paper title label to upper board. Recently re-backed to style with textured green cloth and a cream paper title label to spine. Some wear to fore-edges; very good indeed. Pettigrew was a London surgeon who became increasingly interested in Mummification during the 1830's, evetually giving up medicine altogether in 1854 in order to concentrate on his antiquarian interests. He states in the introduction that he had not come across a comprehensive modern book on the subject in any language, and therefore wrote one himself based on his own experience of dissecting various mummies, including one particularly pristine exampe from Thebes, shown as the frontispiece. His work remains a cornerstone of the subject in English.

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        Belgium and Western Germany in 1833; including Visits to Baden-Baden, Wiesbaden, Cassel, Hanover, the Harz Mounbtains, etc.

      Lewis Hauman and Comp., Booksellers, Brussels 1834 - same year as the First English. vii, [i], 300; vii, [i], 273 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Frances (1780-1863) was the mother of Anthony and caused a big stir with her first book in 1832 "Domestic Manners in America" Sadleir 3215 (First English edition) Quarter contemporary calf and marbled boards. Very good vii, [i], 300; vii, [i], 273 pp. 1 vols. 12mo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Zauberkunst aller Zeiten und Nationen, namentlich des ägyptischen Alterthums und des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts : Enthaltend die enthüllten Geheimnisse der ägyptischen Wahrsager, der Orakel, der Bauchrednerei, der Telegraphie, der Cartomancie in 280 ausgewählt schönen, belustigenden und belehrenden Kunststücken aus der Physik, Chemie, Optik, Mechanik, Mathematik, Arithmetik und Experimentirkunst nach Philadelphia, Bosco, Petorelli, Comte und Anderen.

      Ilmenau, Voigt 1834.. Dritte sehr verbesserte und mit Kunststücken vermehrte Auflage. Mit gest. Frontispiz und 4 gefalt. Kupfertafeln. XIV, 298 S., 1 Bl. HLwd. d. Zt. 14,5 x 9 cm. Vgl. Graesse, BMP 116 (2. und 5. Aufl.); Clark-Blind 46. - Gering berieben. Gebräunt.

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        Family Prayers

      AJ. Hatchard and Son, 1834. Hardcover. Very Good. By the Late William Wilberforce. Edited by his son Robert Isaac Wilberforce. Published by J. Hatchard and Son. 1834. First edition. xxiv, 72pp. Rebacked. Bound in leather, with slip of paper tucked in saying that the book was rebacked by Clive Bovill. Presentation copy with the following inscription on the front blank: 'The Lord Cancellor with the respects and thanks of the Editor.' At the time of publication the Lord Chancellor was Henry Peter Brougham (1778-1868), and there is his monogrammed bookplate on the front paste down. During his tenure as Lord Chancellor he passed the 1832 Reform act and the 1833 Slavery Abolition Act. William Wilberforce (1759-1833) was a politician and prominent abolitionist. Condition: Very good. Light bumping and shelfwear. Endpapers discoloured, with label to front pastedown of letter 'K'. Foxing to the first and last couple of pages.

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        Lettres écrites en 1786 et 1787, publiées par M. Ballanche

      first edition, published by Pierre-Simon Ballanche, the intimate correspondence of Louise Adelaide de Bourbon, called Mademoiselle de Conde, addressed to his friend the Marquis Louis-Nicolas Magon The Gervaisais. It contains 2 letters of 4 pages each, in facsimile.Contemporary binding in full blue glazed calf, back smoothes decorated with geometric boxes and golden lace, jewels in gold frames and spandrels on the boards, golden streaks on the corners, floral golden roulette coaching contreplats, all edges gilt.Indication handwritten in pen on the false title. Imprimerie de Jules Didot l'aîné Paris 1834 10,5x17,5cm relié

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        Ali-Baba ou les quarante voleurs Opéra en quatre Actes Paroles de Scribe et Melesville... Ali-Baba oder die vierzig Räuber Grosse Oper in vier Aufzügen nach dem Französischen des Scribe und Melesville von J.C. Grünbaum... Director des Conservatoriums der Musik in Paris. Vollständiger Klavierauszug mit deutschem u. französischen Texte... Pr. Rthlr. 12 _. [Piano-vocal score]

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 5511], 1834. First Edition. Scarce. Bellasis p. 334. RISM CC 2028 I,77 (3 complete copies only). OCLC nos. 234176470, 51249357. Ali-Baba was first performed at the Paris Opéra on July 22, 1833. "The 1000-page manuscript score was the most ambitious [Cherubini] ever produced. The story of a father giving away his daughter in unwanted marriage purely to satisfy his greed is set with particular attention to instrumentation, and with dialogues in recitative or arioso style rather than traditionally extensive solo numbers..." Michael Fend in Grove Music Online.. Folio. Quarter contemporary mid-tan mottled calf with marbled boards, red and blue morocco labels with titling and initials "F.G." gilt to spine, original publisher's dark ivory upper wrapper with titling within decorative border bound in. 1f. (lithographed frontispiece portrait of the composer with facsimile autograph signature), 1f. (title), 1f. (cast list), 20 (libretto in German), 1f. (thematic table of contents), 3-302 pp. Music engraved. Text in German and French. Contemporary manuscript shelfmark ("No. 336 Bd. 73") in black ink to upper margin of front free endpaper. Binding slightly worn, rubbed, and bumped. Scattered minor foxing and staining. A clean, attractive copy overall.

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        The Last Days of Pompeii

      London: Richard Bentley, 1834. First edition. Without half-titles, spines sunned. Three volumes, 8vo. 19th-century plum morocco, spines gilt-ruled, morocco lettering-pieces, an urn tool in blind, marbled boards. Sadleir 414; Wolff 940.

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        A Narrative of the Supposed Inhuman Murder of an Infant, By Its...

      1834. London, 1834. 10" x 7-1/2" Broadside Account of an Infanticide in London [Broadside]. [Infanticide]. [Chalice, Harriet]. A Narrative of the Supposed Inhuman Murder of an Infant, by Its Mother! With Full Particulars of Her Confession. [London]: G. Smeeton, Printer, 74, Tooley Street, [c.1834]. 10" x 7-1/2" broadside. Single-column text below headline. Moderate toning, some edgewear and a few tiny chips, a few creases to corners. $650. * This broadside offers an account in two parts. The first part, "extracted from the Weekly Dispatch, Sept. 7, 1834," is an account of the discovery of the baby's body prior to the coroner's inquest. The second part, from the Morning Advertiser, September 9, 1834, records the conclusions of the inquest. The defendant, Harriet Chalice, a household servant, was declared guilty of concealing the birth of a child, who was stillborn. Having hid her pregnancy, she delivered her baby herself, then threw the baby out of a window. Chalice's fate is unknown; the broadside says she "became exceedingly ill" after disposing of her baby and "sunk into exhaustion...without the least hope of recovery." OCLC locates 1 copy (Harvard Law School).

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        Des aliénés. Considérations sur l'état des maisons qui leur sont destinées; sur le régime hygiénique et moral; sur quelques questions de médecine légale

      1834 - [4]-319 pp. Paris, Mme Huzard, 1834, in-8, [4]-319 pp, demi-veau marron, dos lisse orné, 2 planches dépliantes lithographiées par Thierry frères, figurant des maisons d'aliénés. 5 tableaux dépliants des "résumés synoptiques des réponses faites par MM. les préfets aux 15 questions présentées par la circulaire (.) concernant les aliénés". Première édition. Après avoir quitté l'hospice de la Salpêtrière et avant de s'occuper du service des aliénés de Bicêtre, Guillaume Ferrus (1784-1861) effectua un voyage en Angleterre pour y visiter les établissements destinés aux aliénés. Il compare, dans cet ouvrage, leur fonctionnement avec celui des maisons françaises afin d'établir un programme de réformes dans le service qu'il s'apprête à diriger. Il dénonce l'insalubrité de beaucoup de loges, le manque de place qui conduit à l'incarcération dans les prisons, le mélange de pathologies différentes, etc. Dos refait avec réemploi des anciens plats, petites déchirures aux planches sans manque. Semelaigne I, 163. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Spécies Général et Iconographie des Coquilles Vivantes, comprenant la collection du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris, la collection Lamarck, celle du Prince Masséna et les découvertes récent des Voyageurs.

      Paris, Rousseau/ Baillière, (1834-1880). 11 volumes (bound in 12). Royal-8vo (240 x 160mm). With 902 fine handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary publisher's cloth, spines with gilt lines and lettering. A fine copy of one of the most beautiful shell books ever made, illustrated with handcoloured engravings. The set belonged to the famous Spanish conchologist J. Hidalgo, with some pencil annotations in the text and separate inserted handwritten lists in some of the volumes. Kiener made use of the famous Delessert collection and that of the Natural History Museum of Paris, together the largest and most varied fund of conchological material on the continent. "He soon put it to good use; and in 1834 he published the first part of his 'Spécies ...' This exquisitely illustrated iconography, started before the Sowerbys and Reeve began to issue theirs, appeared at intervals up to 1879, when eleven volumes had been completed. All devoted to the illustration of marine gastopods with the exception of the tenth volume, which includes a monograph on the bivalve genus Thracia. The eleventh volume is the work of Paul Fischer. All the illustrations are by celebrated French engravers and artists of the day." (Dance. Hist. of Shell Collecting p. 137). This beautifully illustrated iconography on shells is still a valuable work of reference because of the new species described in it. The work is complete with 902 handcoloured plates as indicated in the last volume, where the publisher 'Ballière' informs the reader that the work consists of 165 parts with a total of 902 plates. Nissen, however, calls for a 20bis plate in the Cypraea section which, indeed, some copies have. Most likely only the early issues have this 'bis' plate, which was probably replaced by a corrected plate 20 in later issues. In the text this 'bis' plate is not mentionned. The plates of the present set are very fine and clean, however, there is foxing to the text.//Nissen ZBI, 2183; B.M.(Nat. Hist.)II, 978.

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        United States

      London: John Arrowsmith, 1834. Steel engraved map with period outline color, published Feby. 15th 1834 @ 35 Essex St., Strand. Louisiana, Arkansas & Missouri are marked as states. Above Missouri is marked as "Sioux" territory. "Norh W Territory or Huron" is above Illinois. 48 x 60.5 cm.

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        Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edwards Id. Newfoundland, and a large portion of the United States

      London 1834 - Published by John Arrowsmith, founder member of the Royal Geographical Society.John Arrowsmith joined his uncle (Aaron) in 1810, but after his uncle's death he opened his own establishment. In 1795, his uncle published a large four-sheet map of North America which was dedicated to the Hudson's Bay Company, as he was their official mapmaker. Later on, in 1834, John produced his first map of British North America based on his uncle's great four-sheet map. This map was published in all editions of the 'London Atlas' from 1834 until 1858 with frequent updates and revisions.For further information, see Verner and Stuart-Stubbs Entry 46, Size : 630x500 (mm), 24.75x19.625 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

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        ANGELO'S PIC NIC; or, Table Talk, Including Numerous Recollections of Public Characters, who have figured in some part or another of the Stage of Life for the Last Fifty Years. Signed by W.F. Angelo.

      London: Printed for John Beers, 1834. [viii], 400 pages of text including an index. t.e.g.; Three quarter green leather binding (by Cuneo) is sunned to brown on the spine with minor shelfwear and rubbing and the bottom of the front hinge starting to crack. Signed and inscribed on a front endpaper by the author to "Miss Strathers from her friend [signed] W. F. Angelo." Nicely hand-colored frontisportrait engravings by George Cruikshank. The title page is lightly browned due to offsetting from the frontis. A small gathering of pages (called a quire) is starting to loosen. The inside front and rear cover have minor paper loss to the pastedown endpapers. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Works of Robert Burns

      1834. BURNS, Robert. The Works of Robert Burns, with His Life, by Allan Cunningham. London: Cochrane and McCrone, 1834. Eight volumes. Small octavo, contemporary three-quarter brown calf, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, raised bands, red and green morocco spine labels, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt, uncut and partly unopened. $1700.Lovely 1834 set of Burns' works, handsomely bound.Each volume with steel-engraved frontispiece and engraved vignette title page. ""When this edition was first announced, six volumes, it was calculated, would contain all that was desirable to publish of his Writings. But the success of the first volume opened new sources of intelligence,"" thus explaining the editor's decision to expand the set to eight volumes (Gibson, 46). With original title page with six volumes instead of eight stated and Cochrane and M'Crone listed as publisher. Interiors fine, light wear and soiling to handsome calf binding.

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        Histoire physique, civile et morale de Paris, depuis les premiers temps historiques jusqu'à nos jours

      Le Dentu, Paris 1834 - Dix volumes, in-8, demi veau blond, plats de veau raciné citron, dos lisse orné, étiquettes d'auteur et de titre, et de tomaison de veau noir, tranches cailloutées bleues et roses. Reliure postérieure. Cinquième édition, revue et augmentée, illustrée de 85 gravures serpentées de plans édifices et monuments du Paris historique. Célèbre ouvrage dû à l'historien et homme politique Jacques Antoine Dulaure (1755-1835) où abondent autant les anecdotes et curiosités historiques que les critiques à l'égard de l'Ancien Régime. Bel exemplaire très bien relié. Minimes usures et rousseurs passim. Provenance : le grand collectionneur Juan Hernandez avec son ex-libris gravé. /// 10 volumes, 8vo, half light brown calf,yellow marbled calf on boards, gilt ornate and black calf letter-pieces smooth spine, blue and pink marbled edges. Later binding. 5th edition, augmented and illustrated with 85 steel engraved plates, of this monumental history of Paris. Very nice copy lovely bound, despite slight rubbing and foxing, from Juan Hernandez library with his engraved bookplate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

      1834 - IRVING, WASHINGTON. The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus. New York: N. and J. White, 1834. 4, 218 p. Plates. Contemporary straight-grain morocco, title with a gilt box on the front cover, marbled endpapers and edges. Foxing, hinges cracking very slightly but quite secure. A presentation copy of Irving's abridged edition, inscribed in pencil on the front flyleaf: "Mary L. Rhinelander from Washington Irving." Irving inscriptions are uncommon. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Missionary Researches in Armenia: Including a Journey Through Asia Minor, and Into Georgia and Persia: With a Visit to the Nestorian and Chaldean Christians of Oormiah and Salmas. To which is prefixed a memoir on the geography & ancient history of Armenia

      George Wightman, London 1834 - lxxii, 472 pp. engraved folding frontispiece map, copy in very good condition. Eli Smith (1801–1857) was an American Protestant Missionary and scholar. He graduated from Yale in 1821 and from Andover Theological Seminary in 1826. He worked in Malta until 1829, then in company with H. G. O. Dwight travelled through Armenia and Georgia to Persia. They published their observations, Missionary Researches in Armenia in its first edition in 1833. Eli Smith settled in Beirut in 1833. Along with Edward Robinson, he made two trips to the Holy Land, acting as an interpreter for Robinson in his quest to identify and record biblical place names in Palestine. He is known for bringing the first printing press with Arabic type to Syria. He went on to pursue the task which he considered to be his life's work: translation of the Bible into Arabic. Although he died before completing the task, the work was completed by C. V. Van Dyck of the Syrian Mission and published in 1860 to 1865. Size: 8vo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Narrative of an Expedition through the Upper Mississippi to Itasca Lak

      1834 - SCHOOLCRAFT, HENRY R. Narrative of an Expedition through the Upper Mississippi to Itasca Lake, the Actual Source of this River; Embracing an Exploratory Trip through the St. Croix and Burntwood (or Broule) Rivers; in 1831. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1834. [2], 307, [1] p. 5 maps (2 folding). Modern half red crushed levant morocco. First few leaves neatly washed, old penned number on title and second leaf, else a fine copy. First edition. Schoolcraft undertook several journeys through the Old Northwest Territory, on one of which he discovered the true source of the Mississippi River. The extensive appendix contains the documentation of his reports as well as a Chippewa vocabulary. Wagner-Camp 50a:1; Howes S187; Graff 3698. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        TALES FOR THE PARLOUR; OR, RECORDS OF ROMANCE AND CHIVALRY ...

      New York: Published by J. P. Peaslee, 169 Broadway,. 1834. contemporary nineteenth-century full leather, gold rules on spine and front and rear panels, black leather title piece.. Owner's signature dated 1839 on fly leaf. Binding quite worn, outer. joints partly cracked, text foxed, a solid reading copy of a very. scarce book. OCLC reports 3 copies only; none reported by COPAC.. (#151589). First edition. A miscellany of articles, poetry and fiction, including supernatural stories. The fiction is mostly from unattributed British and Continental sources, Washington Irving and Miss Mitford being two exceptions. Short fiction collected here includes "The Three Swans" (a German fairy tale); "The Austrian Assassin" (a story of pretended alchemy); "Goldner" ("A Fairy Tale from the German of Korner"); "The Disinterment" (a story of premature burial); "The Rose of Jericho" (from the German of J. Baumann by G. G. Cunningham); "Sir Roger de Calverley's Ghost" (anonymous story of haunting, not recorded elsewhere); "A Fairy Tale" (ballad by Thomas Parnell); "The Metempshchosis" (a popular tale by Robert MacNish first appearing in a 1826 issue of BLACKWOOD'S); "Hints to the Young Novel- Writer" (Gothic tale, possibly by the English novelist Horatio Smith); "Muzio - A Tale" (melodrama set in Italy, unattributed, but by Count Loeben); "The Count of Barcelona" (a romantic tale from the German of Caroline Pichler); "The Jew's Daughter" (a romantic tale set in the time of Richard the Lion-Hearted about the murder of some 1500 Jews); "The Modern Regulus" (a story from the German of de la Motte Fouqué).

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        Map of Upper and Lower Canada, or British North America, with the Adjacent States.

      London]. Sold by J. Wyld,Geographer to His Majesty, Charing Cross East, (nearly oppositeNorthumberland House*), L*ondon*. N.d., [1834].. Hardcover. 6.2x 41.2cm, Finefolding colour engraved map laid down on cartographic linen in 16sections edged with green silk (total size: 67.5x 42cm) folding to 12mo,17x11cm, in flora decorated plum cloth slipcase with paper label inelaborate frame boards, on the upper cover: James Wyld, Successor to Mr.Faden, Geographer toHis Majesty, Charing Cross East. Nearly oppositeNorthumberland House, Maps, Charts, Globes & Geographical Works of EveryDescription. On. With original owner's signature in the label, G. Toker,1834. - somewhat toned but is in very good to fine copy, rare. (cgc) Winerals #82, lists eight variants, from 1831-1848, but not this issue.No price listing, records located. .

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        War Dance of the Sauks and Foxes

      , 1834. 1834. (MCKENNY, Thomas and HALL, James) RINDISBACHER, Peter. War Dance of the Sauks and Foxes. Philadelphia: E.C. Biddle (Childs & Lehman, lithographers), 1834. Original hand-colored lithograph (sheet measures 21 by 15 inches); window matted, entire piece measures 23 by 20 inches. $1800.Original hand-colored lithograph from McKenney and Hall

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        MISCHLE [Mishley] meturgam umevo'ar al pi hamefarshim vehama'atikim harishonim vegam ha'akharonim. . . Rabbi Itzik Eichel . . .Wolf Meir

      Moshe HaLevi Landau, Prague 1834 - Old leather binding detached from book block. Text in Hebrew (vowelized, large font), commentary in Hebrew in Rashi script, Judeo-German translation in Hebrew alphabet. Second title page has a very large, 3.5 inches (9 cm.) diameter round illustration. [2] 84 leaves. Translation of Inscriptions on end-papers: I, the undersigned, testify herewith that this holy book belongs to Mr. Salomon Dubsky, landlord in Chlumetz. Chlumetz, May 2nd 1840 Joachim Bruk[?], home tutor, as witness. I, the undersigned, herewith testify that Mr. Jo[achim] Bruk is not home tutor at Mr. Samuel Dubsky. B. Dubsky [vertical:] [?]-like End Halleluja 009233_6 [Writing exercises] Bernhard Dubßky, Herman. We think of You ¿ Dubßky Bernhard, landlord from Chlumetz in Bohemia Estate [?]lamel Fuks Adolph 009233_7 Estate Adolp[?] Estate Adol[?] 009233_7 This holy book belongs to Mr. Samuel Dubsky Landlord near Neuhaus at District Budweis Chlumetz [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Illustrations of Pulmonary Consumption. Its Anatomical Characters, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment with twelve plates, drawn and coloured from nature

      Philadelphia: Key & Biddle, 1834. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good. Original full sheep - worn, chipped, base of spine torn, a series of surface scrapes at edges, but intact. Front endpapers loose but present. Contemporary signatures to endpaper and title page. Slight scattered foxing but otherwise fine internally. With the 12 plates, all but plate 8 colored - plates a little loose. Size: Octavo (8vo). 176pp. Text is clean and unmarked. Previous owner's signature in ink. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz. Category: Medicine & Health; Inventory No: 037695.

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        Ordenanzas, Resoluciones y Acuerdos de la Diputacion Provincial

      1834. Rare Collection of Municipal Legislation for Caracas, Venezuela [Venezuela]. [Caracas]. Ordenanzas, Resoluciones y Acuerdos de la Diputacion Provincial de Caracas, Que se Hallan Vigentes el Dia 10 de Diciembre de 1834. Impreso por Acuerda Especial de la Diputacion. Caracas: Imprenta de A. Damiron, 1834. 179 pp. Octavo (8" x 5"). Contemporary sheep treated to resemble tree calf, gilt ornaments and lettering piece to spine. Some rubbing to extremities, a few scuffs to boards, chip to head of spine, partial crack to text block between front endleaf and title page, worm hole through text block with minor loss to text and no loss to legibility, worming to rear endleaves and pastedown, moderate toning and occasional light foxing to text. Early owner signature to front endleaf, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Location label to spine, stamps and annotations to verso of title page. A solid copy of a rare title. * Only edition. With index. A collection of municipal legislation from 1831 to 1834. This volume is interesting for its insights into the city's early post-colonial development. It was intended to be the first volume of a serial publication, but other volumes appeared sporadically. They were published in 1837, 1846, 1850 and 1853-1856. OCLC locates 4 copies of the 1853 volume in North America (at the NY Public Library, University of Chicago, UNC-Chapel Hill and UT-Austin).

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        Erinnerungen an Italien

      Frankfurt am Main 1834 - Bross. editoriale figurata (alcune piccole mancanze al piatto posteriore e lievi segni di usura). Una piccola macchia sulla tav. di Portoferraio altrimenti buon esemplare. Album (cm.26x18). Raccolta di 25 tavv. incise su acciaio intercalate da pagine di colore verde con versi o brevi prose in lingua tedesca (da celebri Autori, tra i quali Wagner, Goethe, Schiller, Manzoni, Novalis, ecc.) che riguardano i luoghi raffigurati (Livorno, Pisa, Firenze, Portoferraio, Fiesole, Siena, Arezzo). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        "Mrs Joseph Porter, 'OVER The WAY'" [as published in] The SELECT CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Containing the Best Popular Literature, Including Memoirs, Biography, Novels, Tales, Travels, Voyages, &c. Part II. 1834

      Philadelphia: Printed and Published by Adam Waldie, 1834. 1st appearance thus (Edgar & Vail, p. 15; Gimbel E162). Period maroon half-sheep over green marbled paper boards (professionally rebacked, with new eps). Usual foxing. A few proud gatherings. Professionally repaired tear on title leaf. Withal, a VG copy.. 416 pp. Text triple column. Dickens' work, pp. 136 - 138. 4to. 11-3/8" x 9-1/8" Herein we find Dickens' second essay reprinted from London's Monthly Magazine, which, for a time, was billed as his first US appearance in print, however, we now know this Dickens' second appearance with a US publisher, preceded only by appearance(s) in the Albion. A scarce item.

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        SKETCHES AND ECCENTRICITIES OF COL DAVID CROCKETT, OF WEST TENNESSEE

      London, 1834. 209 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Bound in 20th-century green three-quarter morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Modern bookplate on front pastedown. Minor foxing and soiling. Very good. 209 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. The scarce London edition, issued a year after the first American edition printed in Cincinnati under a slightly different title. "Spurious biography, not authorized by Crockett; attributed to James S. French" - Howes. Howes C898

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        The Gael and Cymbri.; Or an Inquiry in to the Origin and History of the Irish, Scoti, Britons, and Gauls, and of the Caledonians, Picts, Welsh, Cornish and Bretons

      Dublin: WIlliam Curry, Jun. and Co, 1834. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. . vi,443,[1],[10]pp. Folding engraved frontispiece. Publisher's cloth (early diaper design), printed paper label. Index. Errata slip bound after the title. Bound, perhaps intentionally, without pp. vii-xx of the introduction sometimes found in other copies. Cloth lightly sunned at edges, label darkened and rubbed, else a very good copy. Old ownership name on front free endpaper. Sir William Bentham (1779-1853) was an antiquary who devoted much time to the preparation of catalogues and indices to collections of records. This work, his inquiry in to the origin of the Celtic peoples, devotes entire chapters to Gildas, Nennius and the Welsh Triads, all of which figure in Arthuriana.

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        o. T. [Gebirgsbach]. Oel auf Leinwand.

      76 x 103 cm, Tadellos, gerahmt Unten rechts monogrammiert T S 64. Traugott Schieß (1834 St. Gallen - 1869 München). Landschaftsmaler. Gebirgsveduten und Ideallandschaften. Tätig in München und in der SchweizTraugott Schiess wurde als Sohn des Pfarrers Johann Heinrich Schiess in St. Gallen geboren. Er verbrachte seine Kindheit und Jugend zum grössten Teil in Grabs in einem vom väterlichen Pietismus geprägten Umfeld. Nach Abschluss des Schulbesuchs liess er sich in St. Gallen zum Lithografen ausbilden. 1851 folgte er seinem Bruder Heinrich, dem späteren Professor für Augenheilkunde, nach Basel und wurde Schüler des Landschaftsmalers und Aquarellisten Friedrich Horner. 1854 übersiedelte Schiess nach München, wo ihn Johann Gottfried Steffan als Schüler in sein Atelier aufnahm. Daneben besuchte er Abendkurse an der Akademie und übte sich bei Friedrich Voltz in der Tiermalerei.Ab 1855 unternahmen Schiess und Steffan mit Freunden Studienreisen in die bayrischen Alpen und in die Schweiz. 1857 und in den folgenden Jahren verbrachten die beiden den Sommer gemeinsam mit andern Malern auf der Richisau im Klöntal. Dort lernte Schiess Rudolf Koller kennen, der zu seinem Vorbild wurde und bei dem er in der Folge zweimal für kurze Zeit seine Studien in der Tiermalerei fortsetzte. 1858-59 teilte er in München die Wohnung mit Jost Schiffmann, danach mit Theodor Schütz. In diese Zeit fallen Begegnungen mit Franz von Lenbach und Arnold Böcklin, der in Steffans Atelier arbeitete. 1862 heiratete er Emilie Steffan, die älteste Tochter seines Lehrers. Schon immer kränklich, verschlechterte sich sein Gesundheitszustand 1868 merklich. Ein Jahr später starb er an einer Lungenentzündung, von der er sich in Davos vergeblich Heilung erhofft hatte.Obwohl die Schaffenszeit von Traugott Schiess nur gerade gut 15 Jahre umfasst, lässt sich sein Werk in verschiedene Phasen einteilen. Das Frühwerk besteht aus kleinmeisterlichen Aquarellen biedermeierlicher Prägung, grossenteils Kopien nach deutschen Romantikern, die den Einfluss von Horner verraten. In München wandte sich Schiess der Ölmalerei zu, wobei seine ersten Werke Kopien nach Steffan und Voltz sind. Innerhalb von drei Jahren übernahm Schiess die Technik und die Naturauffassung von Steffan vollständig, so dass es schwierig ist, unsignierte Werke der späten fünfziger Jahre dem einen oder andern zuzuschreiben. In diese Zeit fallen vor allem kleinere Gebirgsansichten, die von einer sicheren Pinselführung und einem feinen Farbsinn zeugen. Obwohl er sich bei Koller in den folgenden Jahren intensiv dem Studium der Tiere widmete, dienten ihm diese jedoch selten als eigentliches Sujet, sondern vielmehr als Staffage für seine Landschaften. Kollers Einfluss macht sich auch in der Abwendung von Steffans disziplinierter Pinselführung und in der Hinwendung zu einem freieren Duktus bemerkbar. Hauptmotive der Zeit um 1860 sind Bergbäche, Wasserfälle, kleine Ausschnitte aus Gebirgslandschaften und Detailstudien, die sich durch eine grosse Naturtreue in der Farbwahl auszeichnen.Etwa ab 1863 begann Schiess ein Schwergewicht auf Ideallandschaften mit dramatischer Wolkenstimmung zu legen. Farblich und technisch orientierte er sich an den Malern von Barbizon. Unklar ist, ob die Schwere dieser Stimmungsbilder auf Böcklins Einfluss zurückgeht. Neben bekannten Malern wie Eduard Schleich dem Älteren kann Schiess sowohl zu den ersten Rezipienten des Paysage intime in München und der Deutschschweiz als auch zu den Vorläufern des typischen Münchner Naturlyrismus der Jahrhundertwende gerechnet werden. Die zahlreichen in Deutschland und der Schweiz, nach England und Amerika verkauften Bilder zeugen von seiner Beliebtheit, und die Präsenz seiner Werke an der Berliner Jahrhundertausstellung von 1906 zeigt, dass man ihm damals einen gewissen Stellenwert innerhalb der deutschen Kunstgeschichte zubilligte.Werke: Öffentliche Kunstsammlung Basel Kunstmuseum St. Gallen Schweinfurt (D), Sammlung Georg Schäfer Kunsthaus Zürich. (SIK - Markus Schöb, 1998)

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        Lettera autografa firmata indirizzata a ''Mon cher Labrouste'', Passy, 26 J.er 1834, L.a.f. indirizzata a ''Mon cher Labrouste'', Passy, 26 J.er 1834

      1834. 2 pp., in-8, e indirizzo autografo in quarta pagina. Bella lettera autografa firmata indirizzata al Labrouste, avvocato parigino. Béranger, popolare chansonnier e uomo politico, rivela al suo corrispondente che il Presidente del Consiglio gli ha fatto ampie promesse in merito ad una affare che da tempo lo tiene occupato: ''..il intriguera, dit-il, lui qui n'intrigue jamais''. Unita piccola foto del Béranger (mm 65x35, Photographie Pesme). Béranger, Pierre-Jean de (Parigi 1780-1857) chansonnier francese, attraverso le sue opere diventò ''champion des intérêts populaires''; ricoprì cariche pubbliche al Ministero dell'Istruzione.

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        An account of the transactions of His Majesty's mission to the court of Persia in the years 1807-11; To which is appended, a brief history of the Wahauby. [ In 2 Volumes ]

      London: James Bohn, 1834. ''The first political and commercial treaty between Great Britain and Persia was concluded in 1801; when the East India Company sent John Malcolm to the Court of Fath Ali Shah. Persia undertook to attack the Afghans if they were to move against India, while the British undertook to come to the defence of Persia if they were attacked by either the Afghans or the French. When the Russians intensified their attacks on the Caucasian Provinces in 1803 annexing large territories, Fath Ali Shah appealed to the British for help, but was refused on the ground that Russia was not included in the Treaty. The Persians thus turned to the French and concluded the Treaty of Finkenstein in 1807. It was against this background that Harford Jones, who was the chief resident at Basra for the East India Company, was sent to Persia by the Foreign Office in 1809... The French who had now entered into a treaty with Russia (the Treaty of Tilsit in 1807) had lost interest in Persia and removed their political and military missions. Thus the British were able to conclude another treaty with Persia (the Treaty of Friendship and Alliance, also called the Treaty of Tehran) which bound Britain to assist Persia in case any European nation invaded her (even if Britain had a treaty with that nation). This treaty was not honoured by the British after the first Persian-Russian War. There were two later revisions to the Treaty: 17 March 1812 and 25 November 1814'' (Ghani). Volume 2 is devoted exclusively to the Wahabis, tracing their history from the mid-eighteenth century to their defeat by Egyptian Ottoman forces at the site of the Wahabi capital, Daryah (Dereyah), in 1818.A nice 2 volume first edition set. Now bound in Half Leather, with leather corner pieces, 5 raised bands and gilt titles. Please not the Collation of this set. Volume 1: lacks the preface consisting of viii pages, and lacks the tile page, thereafter p.472, starting from half title 'The Mission', xxxiv [ ii ], 8 lithograph plates. [ this volume I believe should have 9 plates ] Volume 2: [ ii ], Full title page, p.238, nice folding Map to rear. [ I believe there should be a frontispiece plate to this volume ] All pages present clean, if with some sporadic foxing, mainly to margins. Still a desirable and uncommon title. { representative images to follow }. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall.

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        Narrative Of A Journey To The Falls Of Cavery: With An Historical And Descriptive Account Of The Neilgherry Hills. An excellent copy.

      Smith, Elder And Co., London 1834 - Slim octavo. This copy is in the original drab boards and is in quarter cloth of the same date. The original paper label is on the spine and in remarkably good condition. The corners are bumped and there is some foxing to the text and borders of the plates but it is tall copy with generous margins. x, (2) 144pp., 16pp. (publisher's catalogue). The book is dedicated to Stephen Rumbold Lushington, the former governor of Madras and has a subscriber list of five and a quarter pages. Complete with 12 lithographs by Purser after drawings by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Friedrich der Grosse und sein Zeitalter.

      - altkolorierte Lithographie gedr. b. W. Haack in Leipzig b. J.J. Weber in Leipzig, 1834, 64 x 48,5 Nicht bei Bauer, Friedrich der Große. - Seltener Einblattdruck. - Oben mittig Portrait Friedrich des Grossen stehend umgeben von einem Lebensabriß Friedrichs des Grossen, Aufführung seiner bedeutendsten Schriften, Auflistung berühmter deutscher Dichter und Schriftsteller (Zeitgenossen Friedrichs des Grossen) und zwei chronologische Übersichten für Deutschland und Europa.

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        On a general Method in Dynamics; by which the Study of the Motions of all free Systems of attracting or repelling Points is reduced to the Search and Differentiation of one central Relation, or characteristic Function" WITH "Second Essay on a general Method in Dynamics" Parts I and II Extracted from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1834 and 1835

      FIRST EDITIONS OF HAMILTON'S FAMOUS TWO 'ESSAYS' ON DYNAMICS, SEMINAL WORKS IN WHICH HE DEVELOPS THE WHOLE OF THEORETICAL DYNAMICS BY THE AID OF ONE CENTRAL FUNCTION, HIS 'CHARACTERISTIC' (or 'principal') FUNCTION. "The analogies Hamilton establishes in these papers between geometrical optics and mechanics would go on to play a fundamental role in all of modern physics and provide the basis of Schrodinger's formulation of wave mechanics" (Sophia Rare Books). In the first essay, Hamilton "defines his characteristic function by analogy with his researches in optics, and develops its chief properties for a general system of points in any system of coordinates. The remainder of the paper is devoted to methods of approximation with a view to applying them to perturbations of astronomical bodies. At the end he introduces another function, the [characteristic or] principal function, which he develops in the second essay. [In the second essay] Hamilton develops the properties of the principal function in much the same way as in the previous Essay, but here established for the first time his well-known equations of motion. He applies his method to a case of planetary motion, using a system of canonical elements" (Introduction, The Mathematical Paper of Sir William Rowan Hamilton, xiii). Hamilton then argues that the "tool of the characteristic function could also be applied to reformulate the fundamental laws of dynamics; thus the actual motion of mass point in a field of forces, e.g., is found to be governed by equations that are the analogues of those determining the propagation of the rays of light. Hamilton's optical-mechanical analogy, not only provided a new and more powerful formulation of classical mechanics but also, came to form the foundation of the Schrödinger scheme of quantum mechanics, e.g., wave mechanics. "Hamilton introduced the methods of geometrical optics into mechanics and obtained an equation similar to the iconal equation and now known as the Hamilton-Jacobi differential equation. In it the index of refraction is replaced, essentially, by the potential energy and mass of the mechanical particle. In Hamilton's work Schrödinger thus found an analogy between mechanics and geometrical optics. And, since geometrical optics 'is only a gross approximation for light,' he conjectured that the same cause was responsible for the failure of classical mechanics 'in the case of very small orbital dimensions and very strong orbital curvature'"(Sophia Rare Books). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: Richard Taylor. 4to. Extracted from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1834 and 1835. 11 x 8.75 inches; 12 x 9.25 inches (the volumes these were extracted from were slightly differently sized). Part I: pp. 247-308; Part II: 25-144. Complete. Clean and bright. Near fine condition in every way.

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        The Tourist's Pocket Map of the State of Ohio Exhibiting its Internal Improvements, Roads, Distances, &c

      Samuel Augustus Mitchell, Philadelphia 1834 - Hand-colored engraved folding map, 15 3/4 x 13 1/4 inches. Folding to 5 x 3 inches into original green gilt-decorated roan binding. Provenance: William Fitch (contemporary ownership signatures on verso of map). Mounted on the inside front cover of the binding is the 1830 Census data for the state, recording the total population of the state at 937,903. At bottom of the map are Profiles of the Ohio and Erie Canal, and the Miami Canal. 73 counties are delineated, the most populated then being Hamilton, Columbiana, and Muskingum. Light rubbing to binding, a few short separations along folds, light wear at sheet edges [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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