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        Le livre rose, récits et causeries de jeunes femmes

      Edition originale rare.bindings à petits coins en demi basane mouchetée, spine lisses ornés de filets dorés, plats de papier raciné, bindings de l'époque.Un mors en partie fendillé, une discrète mouillure en marge intérieure du tome 2, quelques rares rousseurs. Exemplaire court de marge.Provenance: de la bibliothèque du château du Lac Tegern (Tegernsee), propriété du Prince Charles-Théodore de Bavière (1795-1875). Charles-Théodore de Bavière, fils du premier roi de Bavière Maximilien Ier, était  "Generalfeldmarschall" et conseiller privé du roi de Bavière (Tampon "S.K.H.D Prinzen Carl V. Bayern Güter Administration Tegernsee"). Rare exemplaire, de provenance princière, en bindings strictement du temps. Urbain Canel & Adolphe Guyot Paris 1834 13x19,5cm 4 volumes reliés

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        Extracts from the Letters and Journals of George Fletcher Moore, Esq. Now filling a Judicial Office at the Swan River Settlement...

      London and Dublin: Orr and Smith, W. Curry, 1834. Small octavo, folding map, a fine copy in contemporary half polished calf withdrawn from the library of Lincoln's Inn (with gilt armorial crest to lower spine). First edition of this rare book in the preferred issue with the folding map.Portions of Moore's letters were first published in slim pamphlets in Dublin in 1832; these are extremely rare. This longer edition, also rare, contains further letters and more detailed extracts which cover in rich personal detail the first five years of settlement.Moore, a lawyer, landed proprietor, diarist, and the colony's advocate-general arrived at the Swan River Settlement on the brig Cleopatra in 1830; over the following decades he became a large land-holder at his property Millendon and was appointed advocate-general. Less than a month after arriving in the settlement, Moore accompanied the colonial secretary on a search-party to find Aborigines implicated in a robbery. From this period on he would express sympathetic concern for the local tribes, and made a sustained effort to learn their language and understand their stories: this interest culminated in his later vocabulary of the dialects of the region.Moore was also an enthusiastic explorer who took part in several inland expeditions: he traced the Swan River to the Avon; helped discover the York district; discovered the Moore River and good land near Northam; and was sent to examine the Champion Bay district following Grey's report. Some scattered foxing.

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

      London: Richard Bentley, 1834. Octavo, with two lithograph plates;, edges rough-trimmed only, in half red morocco gilt by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Sangorski & Sutcliffe. The revised and enlarged second edition. Breton emigrated to Tasmania after leaving the navy in 1827, eventually becoming police magistrate at Launceston. He visited the other colonies, including the recently established settlement at Swan River, as well as New Zealand. He gives an excellent description of Tasmania at perhaps its most difficult time when it was suffering from the depredations of bushrangers and the struggles with the Aborigines. He wrote the book on his return to England, as he says in order to give people who were considering settling in the Australian colonies a realistic and practical view of what the colonies were actually like. This is certainly one of the better-written such descriptive books, and was evidently successful since this second edition was needed just a year after first publication. A fine, large copy.

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        Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen der Menschen und der Saugethiere...

      Zurich: J.J. Honnegger, circa, 1834. Folio, 74 lithograph plates, original pale yellow front wrapper bound in; some significant foxing to some plates although mostly to the margins, letterpress with browning and spotting, watermarking to the edge of many plates but not affecting the images; altogether a very good copy in contemporary half calf with marbled boards, spine sunned, repaired at head. Rare, revised edition of this zoological study of mammals, including many Australian species, with fine illustrations of the Tasmanian tiger, wombat, kangaroo and platypus. The plates are newly engraved by Honegger.The author Schinz served as professor of zoology at Zurich, where he founded the zoological collection and wrote a number of works in related fields including similar studies of branches of zoology and anthropology. Schinz prepared a great series of such works, including a history of birds, reptiles, fish, and, given his concomitant interest in ethnography, another anthropological work on the peoples of the world.This is a particularly uncommon work and, as is always the case with the prolific Schinz, it is bibliographically complex. A different two-volume work by Schinz with a similar title was first published in Zürich in 1824, but this Honnegger edition appears to have been first published in 1834 (see another copy held in the Staatsbibliothek in Berlin, although the Berlin copy has 125 pp. of letterpress, while the present copy has 128 pp.). A second revised Honegger edition, easily recognised by the updated imprint "In der Honeggerschen Lithographischen Anstalt", was published in 1840.No copy of any of these editions appears to be held in any Australian collection.

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        "Four months' shooting trip to the Zulu country May to September 1870, 5 guns (one laid up in the best shooting ground), 384 head beside Crocodiles 16, Bora 2 ,Muscat 1, Pelicans, Flamingos, Bustard, Korau, Game (many kinds) Duck (various) Teal, Dickkop, Cranes various, Herons various ,Egrets, Hadidas, Secretary birds, Eagles (various), Pheasants, Partridges (various), Guinea Fowl (blue crested common), Quail (various), Bitters, Snakes various 374 head" The diary of R.J. Edmonds (Dilly) with Guy Darling and Bob Fellows leaving England, and being joined in South Africa by John Dunn and Captain Walmesley

      John Robert Dunn (1834-1895) a South African settler, hunter, and diplomat of Scottish dissent his love of hunting took him regularly into Zululand. An influential man in the area, Dunn became a close and respected friend of the Zulu chief Cetshwayo being given tracts of land in Zululand and having a number of Zulu wives. The diary begins with the party leaving Falmouth on March the 12th. They sight Table Mountain on 13th April There are various observations and episodes of the journey including shooting Porpoises Albatrosses etc. They meet with a Captain Watson 11th regiment who is planning to come up to Dunns country with them, "a great bore but cannot be helped, I fear we shall be to many guns on the ground". The party leave Durban on the 29th receiving a letter from Captain Walmesley the government agent that he would join the party at the Tugela river on the 4th. There are various references to equipping out the expedition getting guns' powder, wagons etc. "Setting out on the 6th May and crossing the Tugela river and leaving our horses on the Natal side as the river is running to fast JD is waiting to greet us and welcomes us to Zululand. Dunn reflects on how the land abounded with game 15 years ago and tells us the best shooting will be at the end. We spend time in the area shooting Buck plains game etc. We meet our first Zulus on the 24th "a primitive people". On the 26th we leave for new Buck country, Dunn goes to his place some 27 miles away and to see Ketowayo (Cetshwayo)." There are various encounters with Zulus recorded including a visit to a Kraal and how Kaffir hospitality is very poor. On Saturday 4th June we cross the Umbelozi (Umfolozi). Much shooting of Koodoo waterbuck Wilde beast Gunu etc recorded. A typical entry Fri 10th after Rhino walking through bush an old Rhino jumps up fire 4 barrels at 15 yds., but she goes off. On the 15th I shot my first Rhino" shot him in the chest at 150 yds. he drops dead "also shot a Klepspringer possibly the smallest and largest beasts we are likely to get. A great deal of shooting for seacows (Hippos). We cross the Nyalazi on the 23rd the next day we watch the Zulus hunt and hear about a Dutchman 6 miles away who is expected to die of fever. There is a party of Dutch hunters who had spoiled our hunting on the Umfolozi. Various hunting episodes taking place, we pass Baldwin's camp where only 2 out of his party of 7 survived "but the climate has altered since", (In 1860 Baldwin's 1st safari after Hippo, 8 of his 10 white companions died of Malaria). From now on there is a great deal of hunting recorded and observation a large number of Rhinos being shot and numerous plains game. It is remarkable how many animals were wounded or badly shot and not retrieved. Many near misses for the guns and their kaffir boys being charged by rhino's. On the 16th we move camp I saw W nearly a mile off, he arrived covered in blood after shooting a lion and thinking it was dead he advanced and was attacked by the lion. The following day I go off with D where the lion was. D shot at a lion and I give it a barrel Dunn shouted at us not to run in, the lion was from yesterday it was hit 3 times by W the lion was skinned and the meat eaten by the kaffirs. Sunday 30th I chase on horseback 2 rhinos shot both 1 dropping like a rabbit, F shots 5 in 1 day. The diary continues in the same vein hunting every day. On Saturday the 12th August we move camp Esmonde slept out that night. Here the diary ends with "I shall not keep this diary any more tho we expect another month & some fun with sea cow." At the end of the volume is a 10-page game register giving the game shot by each member of the party. And a total breakdown of the head shot overall, which include 27 Rhinos 39 hippos 67 Gnu . Reading the diary, you become aware that a great deal of game was wounded and not picked, including many Rhinos I am assuming these are not recorded in the register. An important and early hunting diary particularly being in Zululand with John Dunn. Dunn in the late 1850s strove to bring peace between Cetshwayo and his half-brother Mbuyazis the carnage was horrific and it lived with Dunn for the rest of his life. Cetshwayo becoming King at his father's death in 1872. After this Dunn became possible the second most powerful man in Zululand becoming Cetshwayo advisor and confident.

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        An Act to empower His Majesty to erect South Australia into a British Province or Provinces...

      London: George Eyre and Andrew Spottiswoode, 1834. Foolscap folio, numbered pp. 789-796,(no loss of text); in full red crushed morocco by Sangorski, gilt. The South Australia Act: the formal creation of the new colony.The Act, which is dated 15 August 1834, provided for the settlement of a province on the lands between 132 and 141 degrees East longitude, and between the Southern Ocean, and 26 degrees South latitude, including the islands adjacent to the coastline. The Act largely reflected the views and pioneering work of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, who saw control of land sales as a way to finance the development of a colony. Name clipped from head of first leaf, otherwise a fine copy.

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        Voyage dans les Etats-Unis de l'Amérique du nord, et dans le haut et le bas Canada

      French Edition illustrated with a folding map on heavy paper. Bound in half tan and blond Restoration calf. Back tooled raised two boards cold irons, irons romantic long, cold and fatty fillets gilt; roulette tail. Cailloutées slices. Small spots of discoloration on the back. Nice copy, very fresh. British naval officer, basill Hall was repeatedly commissioned for voyages of discovery, especially in South America and Korea, he made it personal travel in 1827 and 1828, seeking to discover what his eyes this young America. Although a warning dilutes the vision of the author, the narrator giving an inglorious image of America, it will be seen that Dickens himself, who made the trip in 1842 gave a similar picture, a america dedicated to one rule and one God: profit and contemptuous Europe. Unsolicited testimonials from industrious america, cities under construction, and landscape (Falls Naigara ...), the author describes each remarkable thing. Interesting travelogue by a sharp look. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Arthus Bertrand Paris 1834 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 8 (12,5x21,5cm) (4) xij, 331pp. et (4) 351pp. relié

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        Sieben Bücher über natürliche Geburtshülfe.

      Wien, Ghelen, 1834 - VIII, 469 (1) Seiten. Halblederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung. *Erste deutschsprachige Ausgabe (erschien zuerst in lateinischer Sprache). - Boer, Johann Lukas (ursprünglich J. L. Boogers), (1751-1835) war ein Pionier der natürlichen Geburt und Begründer der Wiener Schule der Geburtshilfe. Er lehnte die übertriebene Anwendung der Kunsthilfe bei der Geburt ab und verwies auf die Naturkräfte des Körpers. Unter seiner Leitung in der Wiener Geburtshilflichen Klinik lag die Mortalitätsrate beim Kindbettfieber unter einem Prozent. Hirsch nennt ihn "einen der genialsten Geburtshelfer, die es je gab. Die ganze moderne Geburtshilfe, wie wir sie heute kennen, ruht auf B's Lehren" (Hirsch-Hüb. I, 596). - vorsatzblatt mit einer privaten widmung von 1860. Schönes Exemplar in guter Gesamterhaltung. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Summary of Colonial Law, The Practice of the Court of Appeals from the Plantations, and of the Laws and Their Administration in All the Colonies; With Charters of Justice, Orders in Council [etc.]. Castle 504; Ragatz p.377

      Clark's painstakingly prepared treatise, termed both an "invaluable legal work" and "a basic, respected text on the legal operation of the British colonial system", still the starting point for the study of Britain's colonial legal regimes. ?Contemporary 3/4 calf, quite rubbed, chipped crimson morocco label, gilt, front joint cracked, else a clean copy. S. Sweet . . . A Maxwell . . . Stevens & Sons [etc.], London, 1834.

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        La Mosaïque, collection complète

      Bureaux de La Mosaïque. Edition originale.Trois bound volumes complete collection of 52 issues for years 1834 and 1835, and 51 issues of 1836, united under a new title page dated 1837.Pagination continuously in each volumes.binding in Half tan sheepskin, flat spine decorated with netting and jewels dorés.Chaque volume is adorned with more than 600 figures engraved on wood, black and white in the texte.Edition originale.Exemplaire from the collection André Vasseur carrying her ex -libris on each of the volumes, and a handwritten sheet of bibliographic data pasted in the first tome.spine, caps and corners rubbed, scattered spots and traces of fold on some pages, otherwise good condition for this rare complete collection abundantly illustrée.Portant the subtitle "Book of everyone and of all countries," the magazine, encyclopedic vocation consisted of autograph dedication of the authors corresponding to autograph dedication of the authors such as "Monuments of France", "foreign Monuments", "History "," Natural History, "" Biography, "" views, "" Science, Arts, Industry, "" Painting, Etching, Statuary, "" Religion, Morals and Practices ", or" Geography, Travel. ". She appeared in weekly deliveries from 1834 to 1836, when it is very likely that ceased publication since the end of Volume 3 contains the word "End of the third and last volume." --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Bureaux de La Mosaïque Paris & Bruxelles 1834-1837 20x29,5cm relié

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        Bracebridge Hall ; or the humorists [Suivi de] Tales of a traveller. By Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.

      Rare Parisian edition. A specific title page for Tales of a traveler.Binding romantic contemporary in full red glossy calf. Smooth spine richly decorated. Flat cold hit a large central medallion, Toulette golden framing. Gilt edges. Light rubbing, especially the lower flat, the corners ... Baudry, booseller in foreign languages Paris 1834 2 parties en un Vol. In-12 (9,5x14,6cm) relié

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        Crinum Declinatum from A Selection of Hexandrian Plants.

      London: Havell, circa 1834. Handcoloured aquatint, 642 x 450 mm. (sheet size), mounted. Born circa 1800, Priscilla Susan Bury was the daughter of a wealthy Liverpool merchant. She was raised at her family's estate, Fairfield, where exotic plants were grown in the family's hothouses. At that time, Liverpool was England's second city, a major industrial and trade centre. Due in large part to the efforts of William Roscoe, a wealthy Liverpool merchant and botanist, it also became a centre for the Linnaean System of classification, which further fuelled the Victorian fascination for botanical subjects. As a young girl growing up in this environment, Priscilla Bury began painting flower studies at an early age and displayed considerable talent. Her botanical illustrations (or "portraits" as she called them), which were primarily of lilies and related flowers.Bury occupies a singular position in botanical art. Unlike Redouté or Poiteau, she was not trained as a botanist or patronised as a professional artist. Her remarkable contribution, A Selection of Hexandrian Plants, which depicts flowers with six stamens, is the largest scale, most unusual and rarest of all nineteenth century botanicals. It was engraved by renowned London engraver Robert Havell at the very same time that he was engraving Audubon's plates. First produced from 1831 to 1834, these rich aquatint plates were partly printed in colour and further coloured by hand.This plate is Bury's study of the CRINUM declinatum (declinate), a form of CRINUM asiaticum. Fine.

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        Histoire physique, civile et moral de Paris

      Ledentu. Mention de cinquième édition, la dernière publiée du vivant de l'auteur. Elle est illustrée de 85 gravures sur acier sous sepentes. Préface de la quatrième édition, et de la première.bindings en demi chagrin rouge d'époque. spine à nerfs orné de roulettes sur les nerfs et spine-ends, et de 3 fers. Titres et tomaisons dorées. Papier glacé rouge, entrelacs de fleurs et fruits à froid. Traces de frottements en spine-ends, mors, plats et coins. Un trou de vers en queue du tome 9. Bel exemplaire, bien relié. Rare ensemble décoratif.La table occupe le tome 10. Ledentu Paris 1834 In-8 (13,5x21cm) 10 tomes en 10 volumes reliés

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        DU MAURIER George 1834 1896 Cartoonist and author


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        La Conquete des Airs, Reve Philosophique.

      Paris: Marchant, Editeur, 1834. Octavo, 22 pp.; in the original printed blue paper wrappers preserved in a modern quarter cloth binding. Rare first edition (NUC notes a single copy) of this very early aeronautical fantasy, an impassioned plea for the aérostation as the basis for a world of harmony and perfection.This rather odd piece of aeronautical history is dedicated to the regeneration of interest in travelling by air, 'cet enfant du dix-huitième siècle qui produirait en économie sociale, en morale, en politique, des résultats bien autrement merveilleux que ceux des chemins de fer'. M. Poujol sets the scene when he finds himself wandering around the Tivoli gardens on a particularly lovely day, pondering the wondrous future society of the air. It occurs to him that modern society is not devoting enough attention to the possibility of flight, an unnerving omission which he hopes to rectify with this account. As support, he takes time to point out that not only was the noted intellect Louis XVI a huge fan of the aeronaut, but he also suggests that Napoleon was very keen to try a surprise invasion of England by air. A fine copy.

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        Narrative of a Journey to the Falls of the Cavery; With an Historical and Descriptive Account of the Neilgherry Hills.

      London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1834 - Octavo. Original boards, rebacked in polished green cloth retaining the original printed paper spine label, all edges untrimmed. Tips and lower board-edges bumped and rubbed, a few early leaves roughly opened along top edge, with shallow chipping to pp. v-viii (List of Subscribers) and sigs. B3-4, the text never affected, B7 with similar loss at top edge and short closed fore-edge tear just touching the letterpress, occasional marginal finger-soiling, mild spotting to a few plates, chiefly in margins, and offsetting to facing leaves, plates facing pp. 8 and 46 separated from bottom and top cords respectively, but holding. A good, tall copy with wide margins. Lithographic frontispiece and 11 similar plates by Purser from sketches by the author. First edition, uncommon, with three copies traced at auction, eight copies in UK libraries, and two world-wide, other institutional records apparently pertaining to the second edition, published the same year. According to the list of subscribers 256 copies were printed. Jervis was an officer in the 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot, which was deployed to India in 1830 and was initially garrisoned at Bangalore, helping suppress the rebellion there two years later, before moving to Ferozepore in 1844 and fighting in the First Anglo-Sikh War. His guide to the Kaviri River and Nilgiri Mountains in southern India carries a dedication to Stephen Lushington and is attractively illustrated with a series of lithographs from his own sketches, depicting river views and scenes at Ootacamund (Ooty), Poonamallee, Bangalore, and Ramanagara (then named Closepet after Sir Barry Close). Not in Abbey or Riddick. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gedenkboek Van Nederlands Moed En Trouw, Gedurende Del Belgischen Opstand ... Met Platen En Eene Kaarl Van Het Tooneel Des Vorlogs

      Haarlem; Bohn, 1834, Hardback, First Edition. Finely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a contrasting morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy; of presentation quality- scans and additional detail on request. ; 640 pages; Subject: Netherlands - Civilization. Impressively illustrated with a series of [folding] etched plates and a large, folding hand-coloured map to the rear. 640 pages. Inventory No: 94336.

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        Oeuvres complètes de P.J. de Béranger, édition unique revue par l'auteur, ornée de vignettes en taille-douce dessinées par les peintres les plus célèbres

      Perrotin. Partly original illustrated edition of 104 vignettes from the drawings Daubigny, Johannot, Charlet, Raffet, Scheffer Devéria ... Binders half calf cherry, back with four nerves purposes adorned with gold striping and cold and cold typographical motifs and romantic golden arabesques, golden friezes head and tails, parts of title and volume number of black shagreen, boards of marbled boards guards and contreplats of handmade paper, marbled, romantic bindings of the time. The illustrations broken down as: Volume 1: 1 frontispiece and 25 figures Volume 2: 33 figures, Volume 3: 40 figures, Volume 4: 6, 1 plus 1 portrait facsimile. Our series is complete although the fifth volume consisting of musical songs of Beranger. Lovely group virtually free of freckles and set in a charming romantic contemporary binding. Perrotin Paris 1834 13,5x21,5cm 5 volumes reliés

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        Map of the Colony of New South Wales...

      London: Mitchell & Carmichael, 1834. Dissected hand-coloured engraved map, backed on linen as issued, 625 x 1340 mm.; a remarkably handsome large-format map; preserved in the original green cloth slip-case, early manuscript label to front. Very rare: the so-called "Map of the Nineteen Colonies" drawn by Major Thomas Mitchell and engraved by John Carmichael in Sydney. This large-format separately-issued map is highly prized as it was both drawn and engraved in Sydney, ignoring the standard protocol of forwarding manuscripts to London to have them engraved there, and is 'an exquisite example of the engraver's art' (Butler, Printed, p. 81).An excellent note accompanying the copy of the map in the State Library of New South Wales, which lists the map as one of the more significant in their collection, comments that the "Map of the Nineteen Counties" was compiled 'from 900 surveys, and engraved by Mitchell and Carmichael, costing Mitchell nearly £1200.' A copy of the map was submitted to Colonial Secretary Macleay in February 1834, and the map was then sent to Lord Stanley (the dedicatee, then serving as Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, but later a three-times Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) on 5 May 1834. The Library's catalogue notes that despite being said to have been "republished in London", this may in fact have been a stratagem against piracy of the map by implying an earlier full issue. It was first advertised for sale in Sydney in the Gazette for 14 July 1835.Mitchell had arrived in the Colony in 1827 and became Surveyor-General on the death of Oxley the following year. His work on completing a comprehensive survey of New South Wales was his first major task, and this map is therefore notable not only as the crowning achievement of his early career, but as the first major work to plot his roads west to Bathurst and south towards Goulburn (here shown as "roads planned and marked out by Major Mitchell, and made or in progress by the Gangs under his orders"). In late 1831 and 1832 Mitchell was away on his exploration of New England, but by 1833 criticism of the backwardness of the survey forced Mitchell to complete this map and arrange to have it sent to London. Some toning of the map.

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        The Doctor


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        Antiquities Mexicaines. Relation des Trois Expeditions du Capitaine Dupaix, Ordonnees en 1805, 1806, et 1807, Pour la Recherche des Antiquities du Pays, Notamment Celles de Mitla et de Palenque...

      Paris: Au Bureau des Antiquities Mexicaines, 1834. FINELY BOUND AND PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED. Elephant folio, two volumes, volume one pp.xv, 224, 4 of index, volume two unpaginated with 166 lithographic plates, as called for but lacking the map. Bound in recent mid green half Morocco over lighter green boards, gilt titles on tan Morocco labels to spines. Text in French. Both volumes have water staining and some crinkling throughout, library stamp to title page of both volumes, professional paper repair to half title of second volume. All told an imposing and inexpensive example of this scarce work.

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        Two Expeditions into the Interior of Southern Australia, during the years 1828, 1829, 1830 and 1831: with observations on the Soil, Climate, and General Resources of the Colony of New South Wales... Second Edition.

      London: Smith, Elder and Co. 1834. Two volumes, octavo, with a chart and a large folding map (crudely repaired with tape), 13 engraved plates (four of newly-discovered birds with original handcolouring); manuscript presentation dated 1874; a fine and handsome set in contemporary plum calf by Ramage, bookplates of Harold L. Sheard, bound without advertisements. Presentation copy from Sturt's widow: the rare second edition of this account of Sturt's first two expeditions: 'an important book, recounting discoveries of the highest consequence' (Australian Rare Books).A manuscript inscription in both volumes reads: 'Frederick Peake In remembrance of the Author From C.C. Sturt 1874'. Sturt married Charlotte Christiana Greene on 20 September 1834, and she lived until 1887, almost twenty years after Sturt's death. After his death Charlotte was granted a civil list pension of £80 a year, and the queen granted her the title of Lady Sturt. Frederick Peake was a close friend of Charles Sturt, as is evidenced by the correspondence between them printed in the Life of Charles Sturt (1899).Sturt's first expedition set out from Sydney in 1828, with a brief from Governor Darling to follow the course of the Macquarie River. Within the first month he, and his second-in-command Hamilton Hume, had discovered the extent of the Macquarie Marshes. To the north they discovered and named the Darling River, and went on to trace the Bogan and Castlereagh rivers into the Darling, and the Macquarie into the Castlereagh.On his return to Sydney, Sturt pushed for command of an expedition to follow the Darling River to the supposed inland sea, however was instead commissioned to trace the Murrumbidgee River toward the south coast. Travelling along the river by boat, they were swept into a much broader fast-flowing river which they named the Murray, without realising it was the Hume River earlier discovered by Hume and Hovell. Sturt also discovered the junction of the Darling and the Murray, before reaching Lake Alexandrina. The most arduous aspect of the expedition awaited: after the vessel which was supposed to meet them on the south coast failed to materialise, Sturt and his men, with depleted provisions, were forced to row against the current for nearly one thousand miles to Sydney. They arrived in Sydney after many weeks of starvation and gruelling exertion.This is the second edition of Sturt's account of over four thousand miles of exploration over a four-year period. It was written while Sturt was in England, undergoing treatment for the blindness that had struck him during the voyage home. The large folding map of Australia, sometimes missing, is present in this copy (though with an old crude tape repair at two edges).

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        Dai Nihon Yochi Benran. ???????

      Tenpo 5. 1834. TWO VOLUMES, 76 double page color woodblock maps (41 35), 10 1/8 x 7 inches (26 x 18 cm), Japanese accordion style binding with decorative embossed paper covers. There is worming to many, but not all, of the pages, occasional light soiling to margins, covers quite worn. This beautiful woodblock atlas begins with a map of Japan, which is followed by maps of the individual provinces, and finally a map of the world. This map emphasises the effects on geographic knowledge of Japan's closure to outside influence, featuring California as an island, and a mapping of Australia (marked "megaranika" presumably relating to the color of the inhabitants and joined to New Guinea to the north and to Antarctica at the south) which was profoundly out of date. New Zealand does not appear on the map.

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        Killader's Tomb, Ouscottah.

      London. Edward Orme. Dated in the plate 1804. A later edition, ca. 1834. Aquatint engraving, handcolored, 11 x 13 5/8 (neatline of print) on sheet 16 1/2 x 23 inches. Very good condition. A beautifully executed aquatint from the series "Picturesque Scenery in the Kingdom of Mysore" by James Hunter first published in "A Brief History of Ancient and Modern India" by Francis William Blagdon in 1805 (the engraving is dated on the plate June 4 1804). This copy is from a subsequent edition, the sheet watermarked "Whatman Turkey Mill 1834" (see Abbey, #425).

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         Première Babylone ... Sémiramis la Grande, traduit d'un manuscrit hiéroglyphique égyptien.

      P., imp. de H. Dupuy, 1834, in 8°, de CXLIII-514 pp. (dont 4ff. chiffrés par des symboles après la p.384), titre orné, figures in t. et une grande figure à pl. page, demi-maroquin bun à coins, t. dorée, rel. moderne. Envoi de l'auteur en grande partie effacé. Qq. rousseurs sinon bel exemplaire. Rarissime ouvrage non mis dans le commerce et tiré à petit nombre. ¶ Caillet n°3067: "Livre mystérieux, précédé d'une grande étude sur le symbolisme notamment sur celui des cathédrales... d'aucuns l'apprécient: curieuse élucubration d'un fou littéraire." - P. Dujols: "Ouvrage maçonnique des plus étranges et des plus mystérieux. L'auteur prétend qu'il est la traduction d'un manuscrit hiéroglyphique d'un prêtre de Memphis, et qui lui aurait été confié par un illustre orientaliste (lisez: initié M:.). Ce manuscrit, voile de la tradition maç:. était intitulé Sémiramis Trismégiste. S'inspirant des anciens Maçons Constructeurs, Desjardins, dans une admirable préface symbolique intitulée la Cathédrale, présent eaux adeptes ce livre fermé pour les profanes." "Ce dialogue du Mystère des Trois Voix, dit l'auteur p.501, prouve et constate combien d'efforts et de sacrifices inouïs auraient été tentés par le jeune Ninyas afin d'échapper aux conséquences terribles de son personnage de Prêtre de la Mort, qu'il aurait revêtu dans Memphis, au pied du Dieu rémunérateur et vengeur. Personnage irrésistible et fatal, mais de la dernière fatalité, selon le code secret des initiations et la consécration de nos saint Mystères qu'il ne m'est pas permis de découvrir ici, ni par la parole, ni par caractères confiés au papyrus! LES INITIES ME COMPRENNENT." Desjardins fut vers 1830, le grand chef des sociétés secrètes, le véritable maître absolu du pouvoir, et, dit Francis Lacombe, le président en expectative de la future république; "Se dressant du haut des cités babyloniennes, continue son biographe, il parlait devant nous la langue des Mages et de Chaldée, perdue depuis quatre mille ans et providentiellement retrouvée par lui au XIX) siècle, pour la stupéfaction du genre humain." L'ouvrage est rempli de reproductions pittoresques d'anciens textes hébreux, coptes, chaldéens, égyptiens, éthiopiens etc... orné d'un titre orné très symbolique et d'une gravure finale figurant l'initié parvenu à la suprême lumière. ¶ Brunet les fous littéraires p. 56: "Cette production plus qu'étrange n'a pas été mise dans le commerce, l'érudition et l'extravagance y débordent..." - Blavier les fous littéraires p.59: "publication... d'un luxe inattendu... vaste drame... composé en partie en caractères hébreux, persans, arabes, chaldéens etc.. Un livre rare mais dont l'appartenance stricte à la classe des productions que nous étudions est discutable."

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        South Australia. Outline of the plan of a proposed colony to be founded on the south coast of Australia...

      London: Ridgway and Sons, 1834. Octavo, 80pp., three folding maps with original outline handcolouring, a fine copy polished tan half calf by Aquarius. Rare: 'the establishment of the South Australian Association proposed' (Ferguson). Remarkably, this edition includes detailed accounts by the veterans of the Flinders voyage William Westall and John Aken, whose personal recollections are used to assert that Flinders himself had approved of the idea of a settlement on the southern coast.Although unsigned, the book would certainly have been written under the auspices of Wakefield, who was the driving force behind the South Australian Association, which had been formed in 1834 for the establishment of a free settler colony. 'A previous Society with the same objects was constituted in 1831, when a number of gentlemen formed themselves into a committee for establishing a chartered company. The attempt to obtain the desired charter having failed, these persons were disbanded, and the project abandoned for a time' (Ferguson). Indeed, this book reproduces some material from the 1831 proposal of the South Australian company (see previous item), and also reuses the same three maps; interestingly, the map of "Southern Australia" has been updated to include several added details regarding the course of the Murray River "traced 1000 miles", a reference to Sturt's expedition.This 1834 edition includes significant additional material concerning prospects for Kangaroo Island, including the testimonies of Aken and Westall who accompanied Matthew Flinders aboard the Investigator. These are presented as question and answer sessions, at the conclusion of which Westall and Aken signed their testimonies as true and correct statements (their addresses in London and Wapping are likewise provided). Interestingly, a further description is provided by 'Chevalier Dillon, late a Captain in the Hon. East India Company's Service'. It was Peter Dillon who, in 1826, had discovered the fate of the La Pérouse expedition; some years previously he traded in Australian waters and recounts a voyage of 1815 to procure salt from Kangaroo Island.This copy includes three maps, a collation which matches that of the copy in the Goldsmiths-Kress catalogue. However, Ferguson lists only two maps for this book, as with the Nan Kivell copy held by the National Library, and the 1962 facsimile only included two maps.

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        Flore Médicale. Tome quatrieme. Nouvelle publication.

      Paris, Panckoucke, 1834. Lex.Okt. Halbleder mit Goldprägung. Mit 72 kolorierten Kupfertafeln von J. Turpin und E. (Panckoucke). Der hier vorliegende Band 4 (von 7) enthält die Tafeln 174 bis 245 und die dazugehörigen Textseiten. Einige wenige Tafeln gebräunt, bzw.leicht fleckig. Die Tafel 144 knapp beschnitten und aufkaschiert. Unter den schön kolorierten Tafeln: Gelber Enzian, Wacholder, Ginseng, verschiedene Iris, Granatapfel, Lavendel, Melone, Hopfen, Johannisbeere, Quitte u. viele andere. Nissen 349. Versand D: 9,00 EUR Botanik Orig.Graphik 19.Jhdt. Medizin Kräuter Pflanzen Flora Heilpflanzen

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        Journal of an Embassy from the Governor General of India to the Court of Ava. With an appendix, Containing a Description of Fossil Remains, by Professor Buckland and Mr. Clift.

      London. Colburn. 2nd edition.1834. 2 volumes. Volume I: Large folding map, few closed tears neatly repaired, 6 plates (of which 4 are folding), one vignette in the text, 541pp. Volume II: Folding plan of Ava, one full page plate, 4 vignettes in the text, viii163pp.Original blind stamped green cloth boards, volume I rebacked, original backstrip both with a little loss at head of spines laid down, cloth little worn at edges. Volume II rebound with original cloth laid down. Both volumes: new endpapers, embossed stamp "Manchester City Library 1854" frontispiece, title page and a few other leaves. Closed tear along gutter of frontispiece, not affecting the image, volume II. Text clean and sound. An attractive set. Described by Patricia Herbert in her excellent bibliography 'Burma', as an account which ranks alongside those of Michael Symes and Henry Yule as a major description of the kingdom of Burma. Herbert 185. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 152302).

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        Meteorological Observations and Essays

      Manchester: Printed by Harrison and Crosfield for Baldwin and Cradock, 1834. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (227 x 140 mm). xx, 244, [4] pp., including publisher's advertisements on final [4] pages. Original publisher's boards, printed paper label on spine (joints cracked and weakened, corners bumped). Pages opened but untrimmed. Text crisp and clean. Provenance: AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY inscribed "Dr. Henry with respects from the Author" on front free endpaper, The library of Hugh Selbourne. Fine unsophisticated dedication copy. ----Wheeler Gift 582; Norman 574 (both for 1st ed.). SECOND EDITION. This work, according to Dalton himself, "contained the germs of most of the ideas afterwards expanded by him into discoveries." (DNB V, 428-34). It contains a series of essays on barometric pressure, storm patterns, temperature, the aurora borealis, among other meteorological matters. Of importance is his observations on evaporation, including his theory that diffusion of water vapor in the atmosphere was not a chemical process. Dalton dedicated this copy to his colleague and close friend, William Henry (1775-1836). Henry is best known for the law named after him which states that the solubility of a gas is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas over the solution (Henry's law). Already in 1803, Dalton had formulated that each gas in a mixture of gases exerts a pressure proportionate to the percentage of the gas and independent of the presence of the other gases present (law of partial pressures). That combined into Dalton-Henry law, which says that, in dissolving a mixture of gases, a liquid will absorb as much of each gas in the mixture as if that were the only gas dissolved - a fundamental principle that has become important to dive physiology and medicine nowadays. Near Fine.

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        The Works of Robert Burns with his Life

      Item Description: London - James Cochrane and Co., 1834. Hardcover. Book Condition: FINE. A beautiful set of the Works or Robert Burns with his Life by Allan Cunningham. Complete in eight volumes. Volume I contains the Life of Robert Burns by Allan Cunningham, and volumes II-VIII contain his complete works. Robert Burns (25 January 1759 21 July 1796) (also known as Robbie Burns, Rabbie Burns, Scotland's favourite son, the Ploughman Poet, Robden of Solway Firth, the Bard of Ayrshire and in Scotland as The Bard) was a Scottish poet and lyricist. He is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide. He is the best known of the poets who have written in the Scots language, although much of his writing is also in English and a light Scots dialect, accessible to an audience beyond Scotland. He also wrote in standard English, and in these his political or civil commentary is often at its bluntest. Allan Cunningham (7 December 1784 30 October 1842) was a Scottish poet and author. His father was a neighbour of Robert Burns at Ellis land and so he also later brought out this edition of Robert Burns' Works. Condition: Very Good. Postage to be agreed.

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        Narrative of a Voyage to the Southern Atlantic Ocean


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        La Geografia en Laminas y Mapas, con el retrato y descricion de los usos, Trages y Costumbres de todas las naciones, traducida libremente del frances por D.W.T de M.

      Barcelona: por los herederos de D. Agustin Roca, 1834. Oblong octavo, engraved frontispiece, title and 32 plates; a fine copy in original printed boards. A very good copy of this very rare illustrated Spanish edition of the costumes of the world, after the original French publication La Géographie en estampes ou mœurs et costumes des différens peuples de la terre (Paris, 1815). The French edition seems to have been republished several times, but this is the only edition of this Spanish translation of which we are aware.Each of the four main sections - Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas - has its own engraved map as a section head, the maps with interesting animals in the surrounds: the American map, for example, is surrounded by a turkey, bear, seal, beaver and a llama. The American section includes a diverse range of nationalities, including Canadians, Greenlanders, Cubans, Californians, and Patagonians, but concludes with an engraving showing Tahitians and Sandwich Islanders, with a note that these island groups are separated from America by an immense ocean, but are nonetheless the most significant in the region.New Holland makes an unusual appearance as the most distant part of Asia, although this is as much to do with convenience as geography. The Asian section begins with the Turks, and meanders its way south-eastward, featuring groups such as the Arabs, Persians, Indians, Chinese, Japanese, Tartars, Georgians, Kamchatkans, and Filipinos, before coming to rest in New Holland. The accompanying note for New Holland is perhaps surprisingly general, but does include facts such as how this "fifth part of the world" is as big as all of Europe, and now has several substantial English settlements, as well as very brief notes on the mineral wealth and animals of the continent.The engraved frontispiece is a tableau featuring a woman surrounded by the instruments of navigation, including a large terrestrial globe, charts, and telescopes; she gestures with her left hand towards a ship, while the names of Cook, La Pérouse and Bougainville are written on oval-shaped tablets at her feet. Spine renewed.

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        Vindication of James Mudie and John Larnach from certain reflections on their conduct... relative to the treatment by them of their convict servants.

      Sydney: E.S. Hall, George Street, September, 1834. Octavo, pp. [ii], ii, lii, 3-90 (complete thus), errata slip; finely bound in full tan polished calf, spine elaborately gilt, bookplates for John Chapman and Tristan Buesst. A beautiful copy of this noted rarity: James Mudie's vindication of his role in the notorious skirmish between Mudie and irate convicts which occurred at his property at Castle Forbes, Patrick's Plains, New South Wales. Perhaps surprisingly, the pamphlet was published by Edward Smith Hall, founder of the Monitor and a long-serving editor of the Australian, who was famous for taking 'up the cause of the poor whose plight he had seen in his Benevolent Society work and "espoused the cause of any convict, who should he be ever so vile, was punished contrary to law"' (ADB).Mudie, an ex-Royal Marine, emigrated to New South Wales from Scotland in 1822. With the help of many assigned convicts he turned Castle Forbes into one of the colony's finest agricultural holdings, producing substantial quantities of wool, meat and wheat. A staunch opponent of both emancipist rights and convict privileges, in his role as Justice of the Peace he acquired a reputation as an excessively harsh magistrate, ordering floggings for the most minor offences.In November 1833 a band of convicts, who had earlier absconded from Castle Forbes, returned to the property to rob the stores. At their trial the convicts accused their master of gross ill-treatment, and their claims met with considerable public sympathy. Notwithstanding their defence, five of the men were sentenced to death, and another transported to Norfolk Island for life. After the trial, Governor Bourke instituted an inquiry into their claims, which found that although Mudie 'did not treat his servants with the same consideration for their wants and comfort which the neighbouring settlers evinced', exonerated him. Nonetheless, Mudie was incensed, and insisted that the governor forward a written protest to London. When Bourke refused, they prepared this Vindication, and printed it with the help of Hall, before dispatching it directly to the Colonial Office. Mudie returned to England vowing revenge, but in 1840 foolishly returned to Sydney, only to be publicly horse-whipped by the son of one of the judges who had been slandered in this work.A pencil inscription on the endpaper of this copy, signed by the Melbourne book dealer A.H. Spencer, notes that it is 'excessively rare... I have only seen two copies of this rare book'.

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        [Authors dedication copy]. Essai sur la philosophie des sciences, ou exposition analytique d'une classification naturelle de toutes les connaissances humaines. Two volumes.

      Paris: Bachelier, 1834. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 1834-1843. 8vo (205 x 125 mm). Vol. I: lxx, 272 (i.e. 274) pp., including p. 150bis./150ter inserted after p.150 and two folding tables, without 8 pp. publisher's adverts. Vol. II: x, xcvi, 180 pp. and two tables on one folding sheet as issued. Contemporary half calfs over marbled boards, spines lettered and decorated in gilt (disparate bindings, little rubbing to boards and extremities), marbled endpapers in first vol. Pages partially untrimmed and unopened. Paper shows light foxing (stronger to title-pages, tables and final leaves), otherweise crisp, bright and unstained. Closed tear at head of half-title affecting dedication (but without loss) and torn paper at blank lower gutter of half-title. First volume, half-title page, with dedication by the André-Marie Ampère to his friend Dupré** and with a signed double-page manuscript with information about the author in neat hand by Ballanche***, dated 26 July 1836, inserted between half-title and title-page. Second volume with two inserted ALS, the first by Jean-Jacques Ampère* to M. Dupré, dated 3 February 1842 (two pages on one sheet, slightly trimmed at fore-edge), and the second by André-Marie Ampère also directed to Dupré and dated 24 March 1824 (4 pages on two folding sheets, the 2nd sheet with two holes with loss of text).FIRST EDITIONS, including the augmented second part issued by Andre Ampère's son Jean-Jacques in 1843. A Curious work, unfortunately a little complicated and obscured by the use of many unusual scientific terms: orychtotechnie, cerdoristique, phytographie (...). A remarkable fruit of an apparently materialistic philosophy, not very concordant with the general idea of the great electrician Ampere. (Caillet). *Ampère, Jean-Jacques (1800-1864) was a French philologist and man of letters. Born in Lyon, he was the only son of the physicist André-Marie Ampère. Jean-Jacques' mother died while he was an infant. He taught at the Sorbonne, and became professor of the history of French literature at the Collège de France and in 1848 he was elected member of the Académie française. **Dupré, Pierre(?) was prefect of the city of Provins and a close friend of André-Marie Ampère. >br>***Ballanche, Pierre-Simon (1776-1847) was a French writer and counterrevolutionary philosopher, who elaborated a theology of progress that possessed considerable influence in French literary circles in the beginning of the nineteenth century. He was the ninth member elected to occupy seat 4 of the Académie française in 1842. Jean-Jacques Ampère published a biography about Ballanche in 1849. "Trait curieux ouvrage, malheureusement un peu compliqué et obscurci par l'emploi de quantité de termes scientifiques inusités: orychtotechnie, cerdoristique, phytographie (...). Fruit remarquable d'une philosophie apparemment matérialiste, concordant peu avec l'idée qu'on se fait en général du grand électricien Ampère" (Caillet). Tome I portant un envoi autographe Donné par l'auteur à son ami Dupré avec, relié, un double feuillet manuscrit, signé Ballanche, écrivain et philosophe, ami de André-Marie Ampère, avec des renseignements sur l'auteur. Tome II contenant deux lettres autographes signées, une de André-Marie Ampère et l'autre de son fils, toutes deux adressées à Monsieur Dupré, sous-préfet à Provins. Very Good.

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        Autograph letter signed "Spontini" to [Johann Valentin] Teichmann.

      1 page. Octavo. Dated [Berlin,] December [?]28, 1834. In French (with translation). Spontini asks Teichmann to thank those involved in a production of his opera, Agnes, for which he would also like seats for that evening's performance. "I beg Councillor Teichmann to convey my regards to the choir members, extra choir members, the two choir directors and Mrs. Hochstetter, as well as to several assistants who led the rehearsals of Agnes with zeal and talent, to which Mr. Henning, the music director, contributed the most of all." Slightly worn, browned, foxed and stained; creased at folds and somewhat overall; several edge tears; some show-through; remnants of former mount to verso. Spontini "dominated serious grand opera of the early 19th century in Paris and later in Berlin... Although Fernand Cortez was taken out of the repertory in 1810, that year proved to be the peak of Spontini's career. In February he was appointed directeur de la musique de l'opéra buffa at the Théâtre de l'Impératrice and was able to put his ideas for repertory - concentrating on performances of Cimarosa and Mozart - into practice at the Théâtre Italien. In July he was awarded a newly created prize for the best opera of the decade, for La vestale, and in the same month he married Marie-Cathérine-Céleste Erard, daughter of the pianoforte maker and publisher Jean-Baptiste Erard. After Napoleon's fall from power Spontini withdrew from the public eye for some time, but he greeted the return of the Bourbon kings in August 1814 with Pélage and he was restored for a time to the position at the Théâtre Italien which he had given up in 1812." Anselm Gerhard in Grove Music Online. His last opera, Agnes von Hohenstaufen, was first performed at the Königliches Opernhaus in Berlin on June 12, 1829. After extensive revisions, a second version was performed on December 6, 1837; the present letter most probably refers to a production of the second version of the work. Spontini was the Generalmusikdirektor and leading musician at the court of King Friedrich Wilhelm III in Berlin at this time, where he was welcomed by such prominent intellectuals as E.T.A. Hoffmann. A devotee of the theater, Johann Valentin Teichmann (1791-1860) was in close contact with prominent artists, musicians, and dramatic poets in Berlin. His literary output included a history of the Royal Theatre in Berlin from 1740 to 1840 and a collected edition of letters from writers, such as Goethe and Schiller, who corresponded with the Royal Theatre.

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        A General Map of China Chinese-Tartary & Tibet drawn from the Particular Maps of the Jesuits

      New York: John P. Haven, 1834. unbound. Map. Uncolored engraving. Sheet measures 19 x 28 1/2". This 1834 map by Charles Gutzlaff depicting China and Chinese Tartary and Tibet is based on the 1734 map by Jean Baptise Bourguignon d'Anville. Extends from the Caspian Sea east to include Manchuria and south to Hainan. The map was compiled from Jesuit surveys carried out for Emperor Kangxi in the early 18th century. Includes Japan, Tibet, China, Mongolia and parts of Central Asia. Identifies mountains, islands, cities, towns, rivers, lakes, deserts, and a host of other topographical features. Includes Chinese text.<br><br>This map was issued with corrections to the d'Anville map by Rev. Charles Gutzlaff. Published by John P. Haven and lithographed by Stodart and Currier. In good condition with minor toning and wear along original folds. Closed tear at mounting tab and minor edge wear.<br><br>Nathaniel Currier (1813 - 1888) was an American Illustrator and founder of the successful printmaking firm Currier and Ives. This particular map is an early example of Nathaniel Currier's work before his partnership with Ives. In 1833, Currier moved to New York and after his earlier partner John Pendleton backed out, the firm became Currier and Stodart. The Currier and Stodart firm only lasted for one year, and this map is a beautiful example of their work during the firms short lifetime.

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        Deck eines vor Anker liegenden Kriegsschiffes bei ruhiger See. Daekket af et Orlagsskib seet forefter. Skibet ligger for anker I stille Veir.

      - Radierung, 1834, auf chamoisfarbenem Velin. 22,8:30,2 cm. Literatur: Krohn 1366, EH 12, siehe Sandra Espig, Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg als Radierer, in: Ausst. Katalog: Faszination Wirklichkeit, hrsg. Von Markus Bartsch, Hubertus Gaßner und Neela Struck. Hamburg, 2016, S. 111-119, Kat.-Nr. 117. Hauptblatt des Künstlers! Es erschien 1834 als Blatt XIV. der Jahresgabe des Kopenhagener Kunstvereins. Es geht auf ein Gemälde Eckersberg aus dem Jahre 1833 in leicht abgewandelter Form zurück (Korvetten &#132;Najaden"s styrbords batteri og daek, im Statens Museum Kopenhagen). &#150; Ausgezeichneter, klarer Abdruck mit vollem Rand, minimal fleckig sowie vergilbt, mit kleiner Falte rechts unten im weißen Rand, geringfügig gewellt. Eckersberg begann seine Ausbildung mit einer Malerlehre bei Jes Jessen (1743-1807) in Apenrade. Ab 1803 besuchte er die Akademie in Kopenhagen als Schüler N.A. Abildgaards (1743-1809). Er gewinnt das Rom-Stipendium, 1811-13 Schüler bei J.L. David (1748-1825) in Paris, danach folgte ein Aufenthalt in Rom bis 1816, wo er im selben Hause wie Berthel Thorvaldsen (1768-1844) wohnte. 1818 wurde er zum Professor an der Kopenhagener Akademie ernannt. Er ist wohl der bedeutendste Vertreter der dänischen Malerei des sogen. Goldenen Zeitalters.

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      - Lithographie von N. Ponsart, 1834. Ca. 21 x 29,5 cm. Leicht stockfleckig. Gesamtansicht von Trier über die Mosel. Zeigt die Stadt von der Porta Nigra bis zur Römerbrücke. Dominiert wird die Stadt durch Dom, Liebfrauen, die Basilika und St. Gangolf. Am Flußufer befindet sich St. Martin mit seiner Mühle. Im Vordergrund ist Pallien dargestellt. Um eine kleine Kirche gruppieren sich ein Friedhof, Bäume und einige Häuser. Davor sind Spaziergänger mit Hündchen und eine am Boden sitzende Frau dargestellt. Links unterhalb der Darstellung bezeichnet und datiert: "Dessiné d'après nat: et lith.é par N. Ponsart 1834.", rechts unten "Lith. de Thierry frères.", rechts oben "Pl. 13.".

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        Coranus arabice. Recensionis Flügelianae. Textum recognitum iterum exprimi. Curavit Gustavus Mauritius Redslob.

      VIII, ca 500 S., Hldr. goldgeprägt der Zeit, Min. gebrauchspurig, wenig stockfleckig. Editio stereotypa Novis chartis impressa. Die EA erschien 1834. Text arab, Einführung lat.- Gustav Flügel (1802-1870), detuscher Orientalist dessen Hauptwerk die Erstellung eines bibliographischen und enzyklopädischen Lexikons des Haji Khalfa, mit Lateinischer Übersetzung (London und Leipzig, 1835-1858). Besonderen Stellenwert hatte auch seine Ausgabe des Koran, die in Leipzig (1834 und erneut 1893) beim Drucker und Verleger Carl Christoph Traugott Tauchnitz entstand. Mit dieser wurde der europäischen Wissenschaft erstmals ein zuverlässiger Korantext zur Verfügung gestellt. Auf Flügels Ausgabe beruhten in der Folgezeit nahezu alle Übersetzungen in europäische Sprachen.- Redslob, Gustav Moritz (1804 bis 1882), evangelischer Theologe u. Hebraist, de anch angaben Flügels diese Ausgabe zusammenstellte.

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

      Linz, k.k. priv. akadem. Kunst-, Musik- u- Buchhandlung - Fr. Eurich, 1834. VIII + 134 + 1 S. OPp. EA. Mit eighd. Widm. - Ebd. m. Lichtschatten, etw. angestaubt, leicht fleckig, etw. wasserrandig, leichte Gbrsp. - Selten. - Nach dem Studium der Medizin in Wien, wurde Tallavania Stadtarzt von Braunau. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Psychoanalyse; Psychologie; Widmungsexemplare

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        Thirty letters on the trade of Bristol, the causes of its decline and means of its revival; by A. Burgess.

      Bristol: John Wright, 1834. 12mo, vii + (i) + 346pp, folding table, old style half calf gilt. A very good copy. First edition in book form (first printed at intervals in The Bristol Mercury> during 1833). Gross 1181. Goldsmiths 28511. Not in Kress and apparently rare (9 libraries altogether in COPAC & OCLC of which only Yale + Huntington + Minnesota in N.America). [bound with the following separate, but related, tracts], 1. City and Port of Bristol. Letters, essays, tracts, and other documents, illustrative of the municipal history of Bristol, and of the trade of its port. Written, collected, and arranged by 'A Burgess'.> Bristol: W. Browne (et al.), 1836. 12mo, xvi pp. 2. Strictures on the late reports and proceedings of the Bristol Chamber of Commerce. By A Burgess.> [Bristol], Reprinted from the Bristol Mercury, 1835. 12mo, 65pp. 3. Reports of annual and other general meetings of the Chamber of Commerce, at Bristol, held from April 6, 1833, to February 1, 1836, inclusive. With an introduction and notes. Collected and arranged by 'A Burgess'.> Bristol, W.H. Somerton, 1836. 12mo, iv + 37pp. 4. Annual Meeting of the Bristol Chamber of Commerce.> [From the Bristol Mercury, January 31, 1835]. 12mo, drophead title, 23pp. 5. Annual Meeting of the Bristol Chamber of Commerce. >[From the Bristol Mercury, January 30, 1836]. 12mo, pp.39-55 + x pp. 6. Bristol Dock schedules, and reductions. By Philo-Bristol.> [Bristol], Reprinted, with notes, at the Bristol Mercury Office, from the edition of 1834, 1835. 12mo, iv + 56 + (1)pp. 7. Bristol Corporation. An analysis of the Report of the Commissioners of Corporate Enquiry, for the City and County of Bristol.> Bristol: W.H. Somerton, 1835. 12mo, 28pp. 8. Reply to so much of Mr. R. Vyvyan's speech, on the Municipal Corporations' Bill, as relates to the trade of Bristol. By 'A Burgess'.> Bristol, W.H. Somerton, 1835. 12mo, 16pp. 9. Municipal Corporation Reform Bill>. [Bristol, Mills and Son, printer, 1835?]. 12mo, drophead title, 40pp. 10. Report of the Central Committee of Parochial Deputies, agreed to at their final meeting, held Wednesday, 30th September, 1835; with the accompanying resolutions. >Bristol: W.H. Somerton, 1835. 12mo, 8pp. Gross 1169. 11. Corporation reform. Six addresses to the citizens of Bristol, on the reform of their municipal body. By A Rated Burgess.> Bristol: William H. Somerton, 1836. 12mo, 4 + 8 + (2) + 9pp. [the first two addresses only]. The first report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Municipal Corporations in England and Wales was published in 1835. It included a detailed and highly critical examination of Local government in Bristol. The present collection of tracts all relate to the trade, docks and municipal government of the city. It seems that the 'City and Port of Bristol. Letters, Essays, Tracts and other Documents ?' >(1863) is the general title for all the tracts listed above as #1 - 11, although each was published separately. All are rare. The Municipal Corporation Reform Act was passed on 9th September 1835.

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      FURNE ET CIE - R240119566: 490 + 737 + 488 + 604 + 599 + 531 + 497 + 544 + 648 + 686 + 549 + 597 + 360 + 710 + 642 + 682 + 699 + 479 + 615 pages - carte noir et blanc dépliante en fin de volumes 17 et 19 - déchirure en carte du vol. 19 sans conséquences sur la lecture, carte du vol. 17 en bon état - plats et contreplats jaspés - annotation au crayon à papier en marge du texte - nombreuses gravures noir et blanc hors texte dont certaines sous serpente - reliure signée - rousseurs naturelles - des pages brunies par le temps - OUVRAGES COMPLETS - 7 photos disponibles NOUVELLE EDITION entièrement revue et augmentée d4un nouveau travail sur les Origines Nationales / Le grand prix Gobert est un prix de l'Académie française annuel. Il est remis dans le domaine de l'Histoire depuis 1834.Il fut institué par la Fondation créée à la suite de la succession du baron Napoléon Gobert (1807-1833), fils du général Jacques Nicolas Gobert, et est destiné à récompenser « le morceau le plus éloquent d&#146;histoire de France, ou celui dont le mérite en approchera le plus ». Henri Martin a reçu le prix Gobert en 1859 pour son oeuvre "Histoire de France" - Henri Martin, né à Saint-Quentin le 20 février 1810 et mort à Passy le 14 décembre 1883, était un historien, essayiste, romancier et homme politique français. In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Rousseurs Classification Dewey : 944-Histoire de France varia [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of a recent visit to the Vineyards of Spain and France

      London: Smith, Elder, 1834. Spine rubbed, joints slightly wearing but strong.. Octavo, a good copy in contemporary half calf. The rare London edition of Busby's influential work, following its original Sydney publication in 1833. It describes Busby's four-month tour of Europe, during which he collected four hundred and thirty-seven cuttings from Montpellier Botanical Gardens and one hundred and thirty-three from the Luxembourg Gardens. By January 1833 the vines - which Busby donated to the government - had arrived by convict ship Camden and were flourishing in the Sydney Botanic Gardens. But when Busby returned to Sydney from New Zealand in 1840 he could find no trace of them. However duplicates had been planted in his own vineyard at Kirkton in the Hunter Valley. Kirkton was taken over by Lindemans in 1914, and was the country's oldest continually producing vineyard until it was abandoned in 1924, but only after Busby's hard-won vine-stocks had become the basis of chardonnay in Australia.This is seemingly the rarest of any of Busby's three revolutionary works on wine. Scotsman James Busby (1801-1871) was the most important single figure in the early history of the Australian wine industry. His three books had an enormous effect on the industry. He had published Treatise on the Culture of the Vine in 1825; it was largely a compilation from European writers, addressed to 'the attention of the higher classes', but it prompted Governor Brisbane to encourage him in practical experimentation. A second work, his 1830 Manual of Plain Directions, was for decades the only really helpful book on the actual methods of making wine, and copies of it are measurably rarer than the preceding book in our experience, no doubt because it was so much used and consulted.Although now keenly pursued because of their significance to the Australian wine trade, it is important to remember that all three of Busby's books had international interest precisely because of their detailed and practical nature, which set out the basics of winemaking in an accessible fashion. This is particularly true of this, the last of the three, which attempted to draw out rules and practices that could have international application. It was immediately hailed as an important book in Europe, and a New York edition was produced a year after this London version, for the fledgling American wine-making industry. Yet another London edition appeared under a changed title in 1839. Very little work has been done on Busby's influence in Europe, let alone in America, but it would be fair to say he had a significant international impact, and did a great deal towards spreading the vigneron gospel away from the traditional heartland of France and Spain. Provenance: Private collection (Sydney).

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        The Poems. Now First Collected. With Notes, and a Memoir of His Life by David Laing.

      Edinburgh: for Laing and Forbes; London, for William Pickering, 1834 - 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&#150;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). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Arkadische Flußlandschaft mit zwei Figuren im Vordergrund am Ufer ruhend.

      - Kohle, mit Wischton und Kreidehöhungen in Weiß, auf graugrünem Papier; verso mit handschriftlicher Inventarnummer &#132;Inv. 287". 33,8:45,2 cm. Provenienz: Aus dem künstlerischen Nachlaß, "Inv. 287". Der Landschaftsmaler und Radierer Carl Hummel war 1834-1842 Schüler an der Weimarer Zeichenakademie bei dem Maler und Radierer F. Preller d.Ä. (1804-1878), der Hummels spezielle Vorliebe für die &#132;heroische Landschaft" prägte. Gemeinsam mit Preller unternahm er 1839-1841 Studienreisen nach Holland, Norwegen, Rügen und nach Tirol. Neben dem Studium bei Preller machte er zudem bei J.B. Schwerdgeburth (1759&#150;nach 1822) eine Ausbildung zum Kupferstecher. 1842 reiste er nach Italien; in Rom, auf Capri und Sizilien hielt er sich längere Zeit auf. 1844 kehrte er in seine Geburtsstadt zurück. 1845-1846 besuchte er erneut Rom, danach reiste er in die Schweiz. 1855 erfolgte auf Einladung des Erbprinzen Georg von Meiningen ein Aufenthalt auf dessen Villa Carlotta am Comer See. 1859 wurde er als Professor an die Weimarer Zeichenschule berufen. 1869 unternahm er eine Reise nach Korsika, in den folgenden Jahren jedoch meist nur noch Reisen in die Mittelgebirge. Hummel, Sohn des gefeierten Pianisten und Komponisten Johann Nepomuk Hummel, zählt zu den bekanntesten Künstlern seiner Heimatstadt. Sein Vater war von Maria Pawlowna (1786-1859), Großfürstin von Rußland, Erbprinzessin von Sachsen-Weimar und Großherzogin von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach 1818 als Kapellmeister nach Weimar berufen worden, eine Stellung, die er bis 1838 innehatte. Die Großfürstin, die nach ihrer Heirat 1804 aus St. Petersburg nach Weimar kam, förderte mittels ihrer reichen Mitgift in besonderer Weise Musik, Theater, Bildende Kunst und Literatur und verhalf damit dem zwar geistig und literarisch hoch entwickelten, aber verarmten Hof zu neuem Aufschwung. Auch Carl erhielt bekanntermaßen von der Großfürstin einige Aufträge.

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        Teilansicht, Ansicht des Mainkais, i. Hgr. Mainbrücke, "Frankfurt. Aug. 1834".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Harding, dat. 1834, 27,5 x 38

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        Principles of Geology: Being an Inquiry how Far the Former Changes of the Earth's Surface are Referable to Causes Now in Operation

      London: John Murray, 1834 - Third (first complete) edition. Four volumes. Small 8vo. Recent brown half calf over marbled boards, spines with raised bands, twin gilt lettered black labels, marbled endpapers. Frontispiece and 12 mostly folding plates, including 2 hand coloured views and 2 hand coloured geological maps. plus numerous illustrations in the text. Tear without loss to one of the maps with a neat old repair on the verso, a very good set. ".Lyell probably accomplished more in the advancement of geological knowledge than any other one man. The world wide influence of his treatises and textbooks definitely established the principles of uniformitarianism" (Mather and Mason p. 263).

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        Dai Nihon Yochi Benran. ???????

      Tenpo 5. 1834. - TWO VOLUMES, 76 double page color woodblock maps (41+35), 10 1/8 x 7 inches (26 x 18 cm), Japanese accordion style binding with decorative embossed paper covers. There is worming to many, but not all, of the pages, occasional light soiling to margins, covers quite worn. This beautiful woodblock atlas begins with a map of Japan, which is followed by maps of the individual provinces, and finally a map of the world. This map emphasises the effects on geographic knowledge of Japan's closure to outside influence, featuring California as an island, and a mapping of Australia (marked "megaranika" presumably relating to the color of the inhabitants and joined to New Guinea to the north and to Antarctica at the south) which was profoundly out of date. New Zealand does not appear on the map. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Viaggio nella Liguria Marittima di Davide Bertolotti Tomo Primo &#150; Secondo &#150;Terzo

      Dai Tipografi Eredi Botta,, Torino, 1834 - n 8° (22×13 cm); tre tomi in due volumi: 444 pp., 374, (2 b.) pp., 304 pp. e una c. di tav. più volte ripiegata. Legatura di inizi del XX° secolo in mezza tela verde con piatti foderati con carta marmorizzata coeva. Esemplare ancor in barbe. Un leggerissimo arrossamento alla prima carta e alla tavola ripiegata dovuta alla qualità della stessa, ininfluente e per il resto esemplare in buone-ottime condizioni di conservazione. Prima non comune edizione di questo celebre viaggio del noto scrittore torinese, Davide Bertolotti, lungo la riviera ligure fino alla costa azzurra con descrizione dei luoghi, delle usanze, della storia, dei piatti e dei monumenti più importanti di Nizza, Brigo, Cimella, Badia di San Ponzio, Villafranca, Monaco, Mentone, Ventimiglia, San Remo, Porto Maurizio, Oneglia, Albenga, Vado, Savona, Voltri, Cogoleto, Genova, Valle del Bisagno, Rapallo, Montallegro, Chiavari, Lavagna, Sarzana, Periplo ecc. L&#146;opera contiene una sezione dedicata ai pesi, monete e misure. Un capitolo è dedicato alla pesca de&#146; Coralli. Si descrive anche la produzione ed esportazione della pasta ligure. Bertolotti nato a Torino da una ricca famiglia, dopo la formazione letteraria, fu attivo soprattutto a Milano, dove diresse le riviste "Spettatore italiano" e "Il ricoglitore italiano e straniero", da lui fondato. Rientrò nel capoluogo piemontese dal 1834. Autore eclettico, compose romanzi storici, tragedie, poemi, saggi storici e guide di viaggio. Contenuto dell&#146;opera divisa in tre tomi. Tomo primo: Avvertimento; Ragionamento preliminare, ossia Ritratto della Liguria marittima. Lettera I. Gita a Nizza pel Colle di Tenda; II. Colle dell&#146;Abisso &#150; Briga &#150; Miniere di Tenda &#150; Laghi delle Meraviglie &#150; Cima del Monbego &#150; Colle di Raus; III. Cenni sopra l&#146;istoria di Nizza; IV. Aspetto di Nizza; V. Altri particolari intorno a Nizza; VI. Fazione de&#146; Turchi e de&#146; Francesi contro a Nizza, l&#146;anno 1543; VII. Castello di Nizza; VIII. Il Varo ed altre correnti d&#146;acqua nella Provincia di Nizza; IX. Vicinanze di Nizza &#150; Cimella; X. Vicinanze di Nizza &#150; Badia di San Ponzio; XI. Vicinanze di Nizza &#150; San Bartolomeo, Vallone Oscuro, Fonte del Tempio, Grotta di Montecalvo, Castello di Sant&#146;Andrea; XII. Lingua Provenzale &#150; Trovatori &#150; Dialetto Nizzardo; XIII. Villafranca; XIV. Penisola di Sant&#146;Ospizio, presso a Villafranca; XV. I Saracini in Frassineto; XVI. Strade romane nella Liguria marittima; XVII. Strade moderne; XVIII. Da Nizza alla Turbìa; XIX. La Turbìa &#150; Monumento di Augusto; XX. Del Colle della Turbìa come limite geografico; XXI. Delle Alpi e dell&#146;Appennino, e degli antichi popoli della Liguria Marittima; XXII. Monaco &#150; Roccabruna &#150; Mentone; XXIII. Da Mentone a Ventimiglia; XXIV. Ventimiglia; XXV. Da Ventimiglia a San Remo; XXVI. San Remo; XXVII. Ancora San Remo; XXVIII. Da San Remo al passo dell&#146;Argentina e quindi a Taggia; XXIX. Vittoria di Lucio Emilio Paolo sopra i Liguri Ingauni; XXX. Dall&#146;Argentina a Porto Maurizio; XXXI. Porto Maurizio; XXXII. Da Porto Maurizio ad Oneglia, e rapida scorsa da Oneglia a Garessio, e da Garessio ad Albenga; ;XXXIII. Oneglia; XXXIV. Da Oneglia ad Albenga; XXXV. Albenga; XXXVI. Albenga &#150; Sue antichità, suo stato presente; XXXVII. Valle d&#146;Albenga &#150; Garlenda &#150; Toirano; XXXVIII. Da Albenga al Finale; XXXIX. Il Finale; XL. Dal Finale a Vado; XLI. Vado &#150; Da Vado a Savona; XLII. Cenni sopra l&#146;istoria di Savona e del suo porto; XLIII. Savona. Suo aspetto, suoi dintorni. Opere d&#146;arte; XLIV. Santuario della Madonna di Savona; XLV. Albizzola; XLVI. Da Albizzola a Cogoleto; XLVII. Da Cogoleto a Voltri; XLVIII. Da Voltri a Cornigliano; XLIX. La Coronata; L. Valle della Polcevera; LI. Strada settentrionale o de&#146; Giovi. Santuario della Madonna della Guardia; LII. San Pier d&#146;Arena. Tomo secondo: Lettera LIII. Primi cenni intorno a Genova; LIV. Scorsa da un capo all&#146;altro di Genova; LV. Storici Genovesi; LVI. Breve notizia della storia civile di Genova; LVIII. Ristretto della storia navale e commerciale di Genova. Parte prima. Cose a

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