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        TA., Kath. Hofkirche.

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Fichot n. Chapuy b. Lemercier in Paris, um 1835, 39 x 29 (H) Sprache: Deutsch

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Souvenirblatt, "Ratzeburg und Umgebung".

      - Lithographie ( anonym ), um 1835, 22 x 29 Seltenes Blatt. Das Mittelbild (Gesamtansicht) ist umgeben von 10 Teilansichten. Sie zeigen: St. Georg, Kupferhammer auf der Beck, Römnitz, Römnitzer Holz, Weg nach Lübeck, Oelmühle in Farchau, Culpin, Beck, Die lange Brücke, Thewelsteich. Sprache: Deutsch

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Rare Antique Print-PANORAMA UTRECHT-Paetz-Baedeker-Speerli-c.1835

      - Antique print, titled: 'Utrecht.' - Exquisitly coloured panoramic view of Utrecht, The Netherlands. Very rare. Plate coloured (a-la-pouppee) aquatint etching with additional hand colouring on wove (vellin) paper. Watermark: fragment of Whatman 183? Description: From: 'Ansichten Niederlandischer Stadte.', by W. Paetz, published by K. Baedeker in Koblenz and by A. Baedeker in Rotterdam, c. 1830-1839. Ref: Landwehr col. plates 229.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'J. Speerli' after 'W. Paetz'. Condition: Very good, given age. Light browning of margins. Some remains of paper on rear from previous attachment. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: C281-15 The overall size is ca. 8.5 x 6.5 inch. The image size is ca. 5.4 x 4.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 21.5 x 16.5 cm. The image size is ca. 13.6 x 10.5 cm.

      [Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector]
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        Autograph Letter Signed ("R.S.") to his friend and benefactor, Charles Williams Wynn, declining a dinner invitation

      W. Terring 1835 - One page, in ink. 1 vols. 12mo. To Friend His Friend Charles Williams Wynn, M.P. Wynn was an old college friend with whom Southey maintained a close relationship for the est of his life: "i cannot dine with you on Sunday, because Mr ___ (?) will be at Richmond, & Sunday is the only day during my short ___ (?) or that he dines with his family. Yesterday brought me a favourable account from York. She now talks and talks of my coming, he says she is afraid "the doctor will not think her well enough to leave" . tomorrow I go to Miss Bowles . "Wynn matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford, on 24 Dec. 1791, graduated B.A. in 1795, and M.A. in 1798. On 5 July 1810, the first year of office of his uncle, Lord Grenville, as chancellor of the university, he was created D.C.L. His rooms as an undergraduate were in `Skeleton Corner,' where Southey, who had made his friendship at Westminster in 1788 and kept it through life, used often to visit him. Wynn, though not a rich man, made Southey an allowance of 160l. per annum, beginning with the last quarter of 1796 and ending in 1807, when, through the same friendly influence, a net pension of 144l. a year was bestowed on him by the government. In 1801 Wynn hoped to obtain for his friend the post of secretary to some Italian legation, but was disappointed. Southey in 1805 dedicated to him the poem of `Madoc.'" - DNBMiss Bowles, of course, was Caroline Anne Bowles -- his friend, collaborator on "Robin Hood", and future wife. Cello-taped at edges, one edge chipped, with loss of a letter

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      Firenze All'Insegna di Dante 1835 8° Pagine 1 carta bianca + VX + 290 + 16 non numerate + 1 carta bianca. Bella legatura coeva di J. Clarke in marocchino biondo. Doppia cornice in oro ai piatti. Titolo e fregi a secco al dorso. Sguardi marmorizzate con cornice reglèe in oro. Tagli dorati. Sei ritratti incisi fuori testo (Boccaccio, Franco Sacchetti, Firenzuola, Lorenzo Magalotti, Gasparo Gozzi e Michele Colombo) Ottima e fresca copia. Ex-Libris araldico Henry Collins. Cfr. Brunet II per l'ediz. 1833 "tiré a petit nombre"; Graesse III.

      [Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Segni nel Tempo]
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        Lehrbuch der Chemie. Aus der schwedischen Handschrift des Verfassers übersetzt von F. Woehler.

      Dresden u. Leipzig, Arnold, 1835–41. - 4. verbesserte Orig.-Aufl. (Band 3 in 3. Aufl. von 1834). 10 Bände. 8°. Mit 12 gef. Kupfertafeln und einigen Textillustr. Pappbände der Zeit mit roten Rückenschildchen (3. Band Halbleinenband nicht uniform). Vgl. Duveen S. 75 (für die erste deutsche Ausgabe von 1833–41, insgesamt 3. Ausg.), erschien erstmals 1829–33 auf Französisch in Paris. Selten so komplett. Jöns Jakob Berzelius (1779–1848), schwedischer Chemiker, leistete einen bahnbrechenen Beitrag für die moderne Chemie. Er bezeichnete die chemischen Element erstmals mit Buchstaben und entdeckte Selen, Cer und Thorium. – Ausgeschiedenes Bibliotheks-Exemplar mit entsprechenden Stempeln und handschr. Rückennummerierungen. Alte handschr. Besitzereinträge auf dem Vorsätzen. Papier durchgehend unterschiedlich stark stockfleckig und gebräunt. Einbände berieben. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz]
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        [Autobiography. Series of 29 autobiographical letters addressed to the editor of The New England magazine, dated 1833-1835]

      [Philadelphia]: n.p., 1835. First separate edition. Removed. Inked numeral 'six' on first page, first half dozen or so leaves with marginal foxing otherwise contents quite clean, a few marginal tears to the last few leaves, two marginal stitch punctures throughout, last leaf with a tiny puncture affecting one letter and with lower forecorner lacking, not affecting text, two words rubbed on last page, and remnants of original blue-gray wrappers at the joints. Perhaps lacking a portrait. Still a good copy.. 122 pp. Published without a title page (see NUC-pre-1956). A series of 29 autobiographical letters addressed to the editor of "The New England Magazine," dated 1833-1835. This volume was Mathew Cary's second attempt at an autobiography in book form. The first, entitled "Autobiographical Sketches, in a Series of Letters addressed to a Friend. Vol. 1, containing a view of the Rise and Progress of the American System, & c." (Philadelphia, 1829), was issued but then suppressed by the author's family, according to Rosenbach, in his 1906 catalogue. Though Earl Lockridge Bradsher in his "Mathew Carey, editor, author and publisher; a study in American literary development" (NY: Columbia Univ. Press, 1912) suggests "Letters" is a republication of the earlier volume, it is in fact a much different work, though it covers some of the same ground, as an autobiography must. The publication history is somewhat unclear due to lack of the title page, the very small printing, and the later private issue with three additional letters. Though a number of copies list a portrait, some do not, nor does American Imprints note one, and the remnants of the original blue-gray wrappers on our copy suggest it was not bound with one. OCLC locates only eight copies, under four accession numbers (some of them mis-titled): NYPL, Newberry, Univ. Texas at Austin, and Wesleyan, lacking portrait) (OCLC: 28596934), BC and Univ. Wisc. (OCLC: 15389834), and the Free Lib. of Phila. and Office of Commonwealth Lib. (OCLC: 8200528). An additional one is at the LCP under a caption title (portrait not noted). Very rare. Only one at auction- a century ago, at the third Pennypacker sale, lot 80, in 1906, lacking 6 leaves (perhaps confused with the later private issue which had 12 additional pages?), and noted as the only known copy (at that time), with no mention of a portrait. The earlier "Sketches", noted in Sabin and Howes, though a bit more represented in institutional holdings, likewise appeared at auction only once, at the Anderson Galleries in 1909. Amer. Imprints 30817. Not in Sabin.

      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        [Works of Captain Marryat]. [In] The Standard Novels, [containing: 'Mr. Midshipman Easy'; 'The King's Own'; 'The Poacher'; 'Peter Simple', et al.].

      London: Henry Colburn [and] Richard Bentley, 1835-1849. [Classic Literature]. FINELY BOUND. 13 volumes. Octavo (17 x 12cm; two later volumes 18 x 13cm). Some volumes with steel engraved frontispieces. Uniformly bound in later red half morocco by L. BROGA, with raised bands gilt titles to spines, marbled boards and endpapers, and top edges gilt.Spotting around plates. Bindings fresh and bright, with the very lightest of wear and bumping around fore-edges. Very good. Thirteen volumes of Captain Marryat's classic seafaring tales.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        NARRATIVE OF A SECOND VOYAGE IN SEARCH OF A NORTH-WEST PASSAGE, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions during the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. Including the Reports of Commander, now Captain, James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole.

      London : A.W. Webster, 1835. Book. Very good condition. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Quarto (4to). [viii], xxxiv, 740 pages of text. Original full leather binding with moderate shelfwear and some professional strengthening of the exterior hinges. Complete with 30 plates and maps, including nine vividly colored plates and the large hand-colored folding map. There is moderate foxing to many of the black-and-white plates, and minor browning to some of the color plates. There is minor soiling and a few instances of tiny spots of staining scattered lightly throughout the text. First edition..

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        The Life of Sameul Johnson. including A Journal of His Tour to the Hebrides

      London, John Murray, 1835. Large Octavo. Complete in ten volumes. Each volume with half-title, engraved frontispieces, engraved vignette title pages and regular title pages. Bound by Riviere in ¾ red polished calf over marbled paper covered boards with matching endpapers. Raised bands with compartments stamped in gilt, light and dark morocco spine labels gilt, top edges gilt. Some volumes unopened., some darkening or staining to spines, internally clean without foxing, no names or plates. One of the most famous biographies of all time.

      [Bookseller: Alcuin Books]
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        Istana Bogor ('Nova Curia Bogoriensis A Fronte Adversa Visa, Cum Vegetatione Ficus.').

      - Lithographie v. P. Lauters n. Bick, um 1835, 25 x 30 Heute vom indonesischen Präsidenten genutzter Sommerpalast.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        The Meyers' Illustrations of British Birds

      pp.xv, 257 plus copies of the original lists of subscribers and covers. Contains two original lithographs, one hand-coloured taken from the folio format ‘Illustrations' and a further 42 fine reproductions of plates. Small folio. TEG Bound in half burgundy morocco over marbled boards with slipcase. A fine copy of the De Luxe Edition (No. 24 of 40) signed by W.G. Hale. A superb work. Meyers' Illustrations of British Birds' published over a number of years from 1835 has been said to be ‘one of our most valuable illustrated works on Ornithology' (Mullens & Swann 1917). W.G. Hale's book is a fascinating insight into the history of this publication and the contributions made by members of the Meyer family.

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        Allgemeine Moden-Zeitung. Eine Zeitschriftür die gebildete Welt. 37. Jahrgang, Januar bis Dezember 1835. Mit vielen Kupfern und Holzschnitten.

      Mit vielen Kupfern und Holzschnitten, Kompletter Jahrgang 1835, Nrn. 1-52 in zwei Bänden, 1. Band mit den Nrn. 1-26 (416 Spalten), sowie 26 Nrn. des Tagesberichts für die Modenwelt (104 Spalten) u. 26 Blätter des Intelligenzblattes der allgemeinen Modenzeitung, 25 (von 26) kolorierten Tafeln mit Modenkupfern, 26 meist SW-Tafeln mit Doppelkupfern (Porträts, Boudoirs usw.) u. 5 Extrakupfern (Nrn. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7) im 2. Band Nrn. 27-52, (Spalten 417-832) sowie 26 Nrn. des Tagesberichts für die Modenwelt (Spalten 105-208) u. 20 Blätter des Intelligenzblattes der allgemeinen Modenzeitung (Nrn. 27-39, 41-43, 46, 49, 50 u. 52), insgesamt 24 kolorierte Tafeln mit Modenkupfern (von 26), 22 SW-Tafeln mit Doppelkupfern (Porträts, Boudoirs usw.) u. 4 Tafel mit sog. Extrakupfern (Nrn. 8, 10, 12, 13) beide Bände PBd. der Zeit mit rotem goldgeprägten Rückenschild, 22 x 28 cm Zustand: 1. Band: Modenkupfer Nr. 5 fehlt, Besitzerstempel auf der Titelseite, Deckel befleckt u. abgeschürft, innen zuweilen altersbedingt braunfleckig, sonst unbeschädigt u. schön erhalten 2. Band: Modekupfer Nrn. 46, 51 u. Doppelkupfer Nrn. 10, 42, 45, 51 fehlen, Deckel befleckt, Rücken u. Kanten leicht abgeschürft, Besitzerstempel auf der Titelseite, innen zuweilen altersbedingt braunfleckig, ein Doppelkupfer aus der Bindung gelöst u. an den Rändern gebräunt u. bestoßen, sonst innen unbeschädigt u. schön erhalten, insgesamt altersgemäß sehr guter Zustand.

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        [Works of Captain Marryat]. [In] The Standard Novels, [containing: 'Mr. Midshipman Easy'; 'The King's Own'; 'The Poacher'; 'Peter Simple', et al.].

      London: Henry Colburn [and] Richard Bentley, 1835-1849.. [Classic Literature]. FINELY BOUND. 13 volumes. Octavo (17 x 12cm; two later volumes 18 x 13cm). Some volumes with steel engraved frontispieces. Uniformly bound in later red half morocco by L. BROGA, with raised bands gilt titles to spines, marbled boards and endpapers, and top edges gilt. Spotting around plates. Bindings fresh and bright, with the very lightest of wear and bumping around fore-edges. Very good. Thirteen volumes of Captain Marryat's classic seafaring tales.

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        Veduta di fianco del Panteon

      Roma 1835 - Incisione in rame, mm 615x440, tratta da "Le Antichit? Romane ossia raccolta delle pi? interessanti vedute di Roma antica". Dopo gli studi artistici a Bologna, Luigi Rossini (1790-1857) si trasferisce a Roma dove scopre le incisioni di Giambattista Piranesi. Qui conosce Bartolomeo Pinelli con il quale instaura una fitta collaborazione che terminer? solo con la morte di questi, nel 1835. Grazie a Pinelli, le incisioni di Rossini si popoleranno dei suo celebri personaggi. Oltre che a testimoniare il fermento culturale dell'epoca, l'opera di Rossini mostra monumenti antichi ormai perduti. Buon esemplare ben impresso, margini brevi, soprattutto in alto (solo circa 5 mm oltre alla battuta del rame), alcuni strappetti restaurati nei margini, uno in alto entro la battuta. Copper engraving, mm 615x440 from "Le Antichit? Romane ossia raccolta delle pi? interessanti vedute di Roma antica". Good example, short margins, some restored tears (a short one in the platemark) vedutistica.

      [Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini]
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        Autograph Music Quote Signed 1904

      French composer, organist, conductor and pianist (1835-1921), one of the greatest late-romantic composers. Unusually large autograph music quote, signed by him and dated in 1904, in a 3-part folded photo postcard of Buenos Aires, Argentina - a place he visited for the first time ever on concert tour in July 1904, returning later in 1916 for the second and last time. Quote has 10 bars from an unidentified piece, size is 16.5 x 3.4 inches (41.25 x 8.5 cm). Two folds and a small crack not affecting the signature, otherwise in very good condition.

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        [Hunt, Leigh] Captain Sword and Captain Pen. A Poem

      London: Charles Knight, 1835. Dark olive green wavy cloth, spine title in gilt. Half title. Eight superb, illustory woodcuts, illustrating the text, by Thornton Leigh Hunt and engraved by J. Jackson. Yellow endsheets. Scarce. 112pp. Ads at back.

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        Bibliothèque en Miniature

      Paris, chez Marcilly (imp. de Firmin Didot), (v.1835), 6 vol. minuscules (format 69 X 47 mm), d'environ 24pp. avec titre gravé et une gravure h.t. par vol., broché couv. beige imprimée en litho., le tout dans une boite polychrome à encadrement et tr. gaufrées de motifs romantiques en relief, qq. rousseurs sinon bel état. Contient : Berquin Variétés ( 23pp., gravure h. t. Le petit Berger bienfaisant) - Demoustier Mythologie ( 24pp., gravure h. t. Les Graces) - Florian Mélanges ( 24pp., gravure h. t. L'Aveugle et le Paralytique) - La Fontaine Fables ( 20pp., gravure h. t. Le Veillard et ses enfants) - Millevoye ( 24pp., gravure h.t. La chute des feuilles) - Voltaire Poésies ( 24pp., gravure h. t. Le Temple de l'amitié). ¶ Gumuchian 4062 (daté vers 1835) - cat. CCFR 1 seul ex. complet (BNF.)

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        THE IMPRESSIONS OF THE MIND.; To which are added some remarks on the Church and State Discipline, and the acting Principles of Life

      Toronto: 1835. Willson was expelled by the Quakers for advocating the use of music in worship services. He and a small group moved to Sharon, Ontario, where they organized themselves as the Children of Peace, built a temple and formed the first civil band in Canada. Willson died in 1866 and the group disbanded in 1897, but they started a tradition of music in Sharon which lives on to this day and their Temple still stands as a museum. No publisher, printed by J.H. Lawrence; Original leather covered boards very worn; Leather spine label also worn; Front and rear hinge broken but binding quite solid; Internally very clean, with no foxing or marks though pages slightly warped; Long Errata slip pasted in; 358 pages.

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        The Universal Cambist and Commercial Instructor Being a General Treaty on Exchange, Including the Monies, Coins, Weights, and Measures, of All Trading Nations and their Colonies … The Second Edition. Corrected from verified Standards by Order and Aid of Government amd the East India Company: and kept correct during subsequent Alterations by a Series of Supplemets, comprising the New Laws for Establishing the Imperial System of Weights and Measures.

      - London, Printed for the Author, 1835. Two volumes in one, 4to. Original publisher's cloth (rarely seen), spine lettered in gilt, ornamented in blind, yellow endpapers; pp. xl, [2, errata], 422; xxiv, 380. [2], [2, author's advertisements], two engraverd maps of India at the end; cloth a little marked, a few pages alittle spotted, otjherwise very clean, fresh, and uncut with wide margins; provenance: contemporary engraved armorial bookplate of Lord Dinorben, Welsh copper mine owner, philanthropist and Whig politician, inside front cover. Actually third edition of an impressive accumulation of economic and trade knowledge for all kinds of business and financial services, with an supplement on the Indian Subcontinent on the final 55 pages of volume two. The title had appeared first in 1811 and was in this edition considerably enlarged and updated. The mathematician and astronomer Patrick Kelly 'was for many years master of the Finsbury Square Academy, London. Nothing is known of his parentage or early life; on 1 August 1789 he married Ann Plomley, who predeceased him. Their son, later the Revd Anthony Plomley Kelly (b. 1797), survived him. The Finsbury Square Academy, a finishing school teaching commercial and mathematical subjects, comprised a boarding-house, schools, and an observatory … At the end of the eighteenth century English merchants lacked any reliable guide to rates of exchange comparable with J. E. Kruse's Allgemeiner und besonders Hamburgischer Contorist (1753) prepared for the Hamburg merchants. The Bank of England in 1796 declined to undertake a similar task, and in 1804 Kelly submitted a prospectus for an expanded and updated version of Kruse's work. The bank then agreed to support Kelly, as did the Board of Trade, East India Company, and leading mercantile houses. His Universal Cambist (1811) dealt with the moneys, coins, weights, and measures "of all trading nations", and surpassed Kruse by including the East and West Indies and America. The Bank of England had assayed the gold and silver content of the coins, but Kelly could not procure foreign standards of weight and measure during the war years, and had perforce to rely on the equivalents provided by merchants. When peace came, the government issued a circular to all British consuls to obtain standards; these were compared at the Royal Mint. The first edition of the Cambist showed up the earlier defective exchange rates, especially in Spanish and French currencies, which had cost England dear, and these new and corrected values were published in the second edition in 1821' (ODNB). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Teilansicht, Domansicht, "Dom zu Antwerpen".

      - Lithographie v. I. Bergmann n. D. Quaglio b. Velten in Karlsruhe, um 1835, 61 x 48,2 (H) Beeindruckende Ansicht.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Werke. Vollständige Ausgabe letzter Hand. Unter des durchlauchtigsten deutschen Bundes schützenden Privilegien.

      Stuttgart u. Tübingen, Cotta, 1828-1835. - 55 Bände und 1 Bd Register von Musculus in 29 Bdn uniform gebunden sowie 1 Bd Supplement:: Goethes Leben. Mit 4 gefalt. Tafeln u. 1 lith. Tafel. Kl.8vo (13,6 x 9 cm). Rotbraune, leicht genarbte HLederbde im Stil d.Z. mit grünem goldgepr. Leder-RSchild und Zierleisten a.d. Rücken, marmor. Deckelbezug mit lederverstärkten Ecken (Buchbinderei Butz, Säckingen). Goed. IV/3 11-13. WG 141. Hagen23.- Sog. Kleinoktavausgabe (wie meist ohne die erst 1842 publizierten 5 Folgebände, aber mit "Musculus"-Registerband !). Bde 41-55 mit Nebentitel: Nachgelassene Werke 1 -15. - Teils stockfl., einige (Titel-)Bll. u. Lagen stärker, wenige Bll. wasserrandig, vereinzelt Blei-Anstr. (Bd 12 Buntstift-Unterstr.). Ein Haupt- u. Nebentitel m. Bibl.-St. (überklebt). Bd 34 doppelt eingebunden. - Ausnehmend dekorative Reihe in überaus stabilen, sehr geschmackvollen Handeinbänden (um 1960) .- Dabei: Heinrich Döring. Goethes Leben.2.ergänzte Auflage (Supplement zu Goethes Leben). X, 1 Bl., 530 S.u. 72 S.Anhang (EA). Mit 1 gefalt.Kupfertafel. Kl.8vo. Marmor. Pappbd d.Z.m. RSch. (Gelenke u.Kapit. etwas beschabt). Weimar, Hoffmann, 1833.- Erste umfassende Biographie Goethes (EA 1828, Hirzel S.157) als "Supplement" zur Ausgabe letzter Hand im gleichen Format. Mit dem Handschr.-Faksimile (Erstdruck!) von Goethes Gedicht "Zum Beginnen, zum Vollenden."(Weimar 1826). Dörings Biographie enthält auch eine 70seitige Goethe-Bibliographie. - (Keine paypal-Zahlung möglich). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fontane-Antiquariat Dr. H. Scheffers]
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        Der Sächsische Trompeter. 1935 u. 1936 [komplette Jahrgänge] Eine Monatsschrift der neuesten und merkwürdigsten Weltbegenbenheiten. Nebst einem Anhange zur Belehrung und Unterhaltung.

      Verlag von C.E. Klinkicht & Sohn, Meißen 1835 - 8° 192 / 192 Seiten, 23 (von 24) / 23 (von 24) Tafeln m. lithographischen Ansichten; Privateinband: Halbleder; 590g; [Deutsch]; oberes Kapital abgebrochen und eingerissen, Ränder der Deckel stark bereieben, beschabt, Ecken bestoßen / durchgerieben. Besitzeinträge. Papier ergraut, teils gebräunt, stellenweise wasserrandig/-fleckig, stellenweise stockfleckig, ein Blatt etwas angerissen, 2 Tafeln etwas überstehend Die Monatsschrift enthält je Heft einen lyrischen Prolog, Berichte vom Weltgeschehen, 2 Federlithographien und deren Beschreibung, im "Anhang" eine Fortsetzungs- und Kurzerzählungen, Reiseberichte, Anekdoten, Witze, amtliche Mitteilungen (Personaländerungen i Kirchen- und Schulämtern, Unglücks- und Todesfälle, Getreidepreise im Kgr. Sachsen) folgende Lithografien: Malta / Schloß zu Belem / Heilbronn / Das Louvre zu Paris / Dieppe / Der königliche Pallast zu Turin / Lucern [=Luzern] / Die Felsenbrücke in Virginien / Edinburg / Der Staubbach [im Lauterbrunnental] / Lauban / Domo d'Ossola / Oporto / Der Libanon / Mont St. Michel / Olympus / Hurdwar / Das Pilsner Badehaus (Neue Heilquelle bei Pilsen in Böhmen) / St. Albans / Honfleur / Alhambra / [Fehlt: Feierlicher Aufzug bei der Erbhuldigung des Kaisers Ferdinand I ] / Valencia / Die Jungfrau [=Berg i.d. Lepontinischen Alpen] // New-Castle [= Newcastle] / Kaufhaus zu Manchester / Ingolstadt / Der Dom zu Mainz (Mainzer Dom) / Das königliche Schloss zu Amsterdam] / [Fehlt: Die Antonius-Säule auf dem Altmarkt zu Dresden] / Isola Bella und der Lago Maggiore / Kalisch (Kalisz) / Durham / Ruine Godesberg / Der Grosse Canal in Venedig [Canalo granda] / Interlacken [=Interlaken] / Deutsche Buchhandlerbörse in Leipzig / Brügge / Die Seil-Brücke bei Tiri (Terre) im Himalaya-Gebirge / Cahla [=Kahla i. Thür.] / Kriebstein / Die Bank der Ver[einigten] Staaten in Philadelphia / Annaberg [= heute zu Annaberg-Buchholz i. Erzgeb.] / Brücke über den Schuykill [und Faie-Mount-Waterworks] bei Philadelphia / Howard-Castle / Schlettau [bei Annaberg-B.] / Aussicht vom Cingel in Amsterdam / Buchholz [= heute zu Annaberg-Buchholz i. Erzgeb.] _ xMx_ Internat. Shipping (priority = airmail): EU/EC: 10,65 EUR _ all others: 9,30 EUR [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zwanzig neu aufgenommene bildliche Darstellungen der vorzüglichsten Gebäude, Strassen und öffentlichen Plätze der Königlichen Bayerischen Haupt- und Residenzstadt München. Mit einem erläuterndem deutschen und französischen Texte von Adolph von Schaden.

      Mchn., Lindauer, 1835. 1. Aufl. 15,5 x 21,5 cm. 24 S. Einleitung. Mit 20 lithographierten Tafeln von Gustav Kraus. HLdr. d. Zt. Lentner 1184 (nennt nur 19 Tafeln); Pressler Nr. 65 - 84. - Reizendes und seltenes Münchner Ansichtenwerk in erster Auflage. Die Ansichten zeigen Marien- (Schrannen-) platz vom Rathaus aus, Frauenkirche, Michaelskirche mit der Neuhauser Straße, Maximiliansplatz, Maxburg, Residenz gegen den Hofgarten, Königsbau der Residenz, das Tal von der Hochbrücke aus, Ludwigskirche, Theatinerkirche, Ludwigsstraße, Odeonsplatz, Isartor, Briennerstraße, Pinakothek, Glyptothek, Allerheiligenkirche, Protestantische Kirche (in der Sonnenstraße), Karolinenplatz und die Auer Kirche. - Einband berieben und bestoßen. Durchgehend, besonderes in den Rändern stockfleckig. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        The Miscellaneous Poems. In Four Volumes; [Together with] Yarrow Revisited, and Other Poems.

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; and Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, and Edward Moxon, 1820 & 1835 - Together, 2 works in 5 volumes, duodecimo (165 x 98 mm). Contemporary green morocco, titles gilt to spines, spines and sides panelled in gilt and blind, board edges and turn-ins gilt-rolled, red coated endpapers, brown silk bookmarkers, gilt edges. Spines evenly tanned, some minor nicks to ends and corners and a few minor marks and scratches but on the whole a beautiful set, internally sound and fresh but for very minor spotting or offsetting from the frontispiece plates, excellent condition. Front blank, rear blank, and errata leaf in vol. I, engraved frontispiece to vols. I–IV (folding in vol. III), half-title to vols. II, III, and V. An extraordinary and rare presentation set of Wordsworth's Miscellaneous Poems (his first collected edition), inscribed by the author in each volume to his friend the poet and literary patron John Kenyon (1784–1856), together with a presentation copy to Kenyon of the later collection Yarrow Revisited bound to match at the time of presentation. All four volumes of the Miscellaneous Poems are inscribed on the title page verso in Wordsworth's hand, "To John Kenyon from his sincere friend William Wordsworth". All five volumes are inscribed by Kenyon, either on the half-title or title page, in the first four volumes "from the author to J. Kenyon", and in the fifth "From the Author. John Kenyon. London. 1835". The first volume of Miscellaneous Poems, and the Yarrow Revisited, are both additionally inscribed "from the author" in a different hand, either that of the publisher or his clerk. The splendid bindings are contemporary and appear (from the very slight cropping of his ownership inscriptions) to have been bound for Kenyon shortly after receipt. John Kenyon was himself a poet, and published three collections, but is best remembered as a patron of poets. He first became acquainted with Wordsworth in 1819. Wordsworth wrote many fulsome and friendly letters to Kenyon, and they hosted one another reciprocally in London and the Lakes. From their letters it appears that Kenyon sent frequent gifts to the Wordsworths, and they, for their part, used their connections to get Kenyon admitted to the Athenaeum Club. Kenyon was also friends with other Romantics such as Coleridge (to whom he provided much financial support), Southey (with whom Kenyon toured France in 1838) and Charles Lamb, as well as later poets such as Walter Savage Landor (who stayed with Kenyon when in England and wrote part of Orestes at Delpho under his roof), and perhaps most notably Robert Browning, who was his lifelong friend and who received the princely sum of £10,000 in Kenyon's will. It was Kenyon who first introduced Browning to Elizabeth Barrett, who was Kenyon's cousin. Kenyon was also responsible for introducing EBB to Wordsworth in 1836, which was the spur of much mutual literary admiration. This set was later in the library of Irish judge and collector William O'Brien (1832-99), which was endowed on his death to the Milltown Park Jesuit Library, Dublin. Each volume bears his post-mortem bookplate and the Milltown Park library ticket to front pastedown, and the library ink stamp to title or half-title page. Wordsworth's Miscellaneous Poems was the first edition to collect his published works (with the exception of the Excursion), drawing from Evening Walk, Descriptive Sketches (1793), Lyrical Ballads (1789 and 1790), Poems, in two Volumes (1807), Additional Pieces, and the White Doe of Rylstone (1815), Thanksgiving Ode (1816), The Tale of Peter Bell, and the Waggoner (1819), and River Duddon (1820). Naturally, the vast majority of Wordsworth's most significant and best loved poems are contained herein. It also entailed the first publication of a number of sonnets. It prints the Preface of 1815 and also reprints at the rear of volume IV the Preface to the Lyrical Ballads of 1800, dubbed the "manifesto" of the Romantic movement, with its famous definition of poetry as "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings emotion reco [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Wiener Zeitschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Theater und Mode 1835. 1.-4. Quartal in 2 Bänden

      Wien: Johann Schickh - Johann Schhickh's Witwe 1835 - Gedruckt bei Anton Strauß's Witwe, kompletter Jahrgang 1835 der damals 3 x wöchentlich erscheinenden Zeitschrift, insgesamt 157 Nummern (vom 1. Jänner bis 31. Dezember 1835), mit kritischen Beurteilungen der in Wien aufgeführten Theaterstücke, mit Gedichten, biographischen Skizzen, Reiseberichten, Nekrologen, Erzählungen, Fortsetzungsromanen und Novellen, Literaturblättern, Artikeln über bildende Kunst, Modeberichte usw. und mit Kupferstichen, beide Bände sind HPBd. der Zeit mit Rückengoldprägung und farbigen goldgeprägten Rückenschildchen, 1268 Seiten mit 53 kolorierten Modebildern, 10 unkolorierten Tafeln (4 Wagenbilder, 4 Meuble-Formen, 1 Porträt des in diesem Jahr gestorbenen Herausgebers Johann Schickh und 1 ausserordentliche Beilage zur Nr. 155 - Szene aus dem Nibelungenlied), mit 2 gefalteten Notentafeln, 15 x 22,5 cm, Deckel und Rücken abgeschürft, Rücken und Ecken bestoßen, Titelseite zum 3. Quartal vom Einband bis Hälfte gelöst, einige Modetafeln geknickt, einige Seiten und Tafeln und die ganze Nr. 157 gebräunt, altersbedingt stockfleckig, altersgemäß guter Zustand. Book Language/s: de

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        Deutschlands Flora. Nach natürlichen Familien beschrieben und durch Abbildungen erläutert.

      Jena. August Schmid, ff. 1835. - 8 in 6, mit 891 farbig kolorierten Kupertafeln, jeder Text-Band mit Register, 8°. 20,6 x 13,5 cm. 346/302/242/86 Seiten, In gutem Zustand. Bände etwas berieben, Buchblöcke sauber, bis auf eine Ziffer und handschtiftlichem Bibliothekseintrag auf dem Titel kaum Benutzungsspuren, die Tafeln in der Mehrzahl sauber und frisch, ganz wenige leicht braunfleckig, die Kupfer in beeindruckender Altkolorierung. Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar eines Gymnasiums, jedoch in gutem Zustand. Weiter im Untertitel: "Ein Handbuch für Botaniker überhaupt, so wie für Aerzte, Apotheker, Forstmänner, Oekonomen und Gärtner insbesondere". 4 Textbände in 2 Bücher - Buch 1: 1+2. Textband (1839, 346 S./1835, 302 S.) / 3+4. Textband (1844, 242 S./1850 86 S.); dazu 4 Bände mit Tafelabbildungen (kororierten Kupfertafeln), Band I: 228, Band II: 243, Band III: 240, Band IV: 180 farbig kolorierte Kupfertafeln. Teilweise in gebrochener Schrift. Zeitgenössische Pappbände, jeweils mit Lederrückenschild und kleinem Bibliotheksschildchen. Pergamentstoßecken und Pergamentkanten an den Rückenkapitalen, Hardcover in Pappband, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Figures du Paysagiste.

      Paris, chez Ed. Guérin et Cie du Dragon, (1835).. 20 Planches (19x22cm). Percaline de l'éditeur. Dos passé. Petits défauts aux plats. la reliure se déboîte en partie. Des rousseurs. Quelques petites mouillures claires. Recueil de Lithographies. Ce sont les 5 premières livraisons (sur un total de 10) . INTROUVABLE. Beaucoup d'entre-elles représentent des Chevaux, "chien courants", "Berger italien avec son chien, marin des côtes de la Normandie", "Chariot de la Normandie", "Chevaux de Poste", "L'Halali du Daim". Animaux. Très Rare. Belles Lithographies de Victor Adam.

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        Autograph Music Quote Signed with Photo

      Russian composer and music critic (1835-1918), member of the group of 5 nationalistic Russian composers (lead by Balakirev) that was famous in their time. Autograph music quote signed by him, from a piece called Letter of Love, containing 7 bars of music. Large size 12.75 x 7 inches, dated by him in 1913, in excellent condition - rare!. See scan and enlargement of the area with the music quote.

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        Malerische Reise in Brasilien.

      Paris und Mühlhausen Engelmann 1835 - Reprint: Stuttgart, Daco-Verlag Günter Bläse 1986. Mit 100 farbigen Tafeln. 2 nn. Bl., 50, 38, 56, 32 S., 8 nn. Bl. 51 x 35 cm. Handgebundener Original-Halblederband auf fünf Bünden mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Rückenfileten sowie Kopfgoldschnitt und Deckelbezügen in handbemalter Gouachetechnik mit Blattgold-Collage. In Original-Leinenkassette. Eins von 97 römisch nummerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe im handgebundenen Halbfranzband. Im Impressum von Verleger, Drucker und Einbandgestalter signiert. (121). Vgl. ADB XXIX, 601 ff. - Der Maler und Forschungsreisende Moritz Rugendas (1802-1858) bereiste ab 1821 Brasilien. "1825 kehrte er mit vollen Mappen nach Europa zurück, um zu Paris die Publication seiner Zeichnungen vorzubereiten. Sie erschienen, von den besten Künstlern lithographirt, als 'Voyage pittoresque' oder 'Malerische Reise in Brasilien von Moriz Rugendas' in 20 Lieferungen (zu je fünf Blättern mit deutschem und französischem Texte von V. A. Huber (Paris 1827-35 Fol. bei Engelmann). Rugendas führte damit die Landschaftsmalerei in das Gebiet der Ethnographie; Humboldt gedachte darob in seiner 'Pflanzengeographie' des Malers in anerkennendster Weise" (ADB). - Tadellos schönes Exemplar der aufwendigen Faksimileausgabe im Prachteinband der Vorzugsausgabe. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed ("de Balzac").

      No place, [February 1835]. - 8vo. 2 pp. on bifolium. Letter of recommendation to Baron Gérard for the Swiss painter Louis-Aimé Grosclaude: "J'ai vu hier un artiste dont le nom n'est pas encore célèbre en France quoiqu' il ait beaucoup de talent, c'est M. Gros-Claude de Genève. Il désire, avec cette ferveur qu' inspire votre talent, vous faire voir ses tableaux qu' il expose au musée. J'ai osé faire les honneurs de votre bienveillance, et il doit venir vous les apporter entre midi et une heure aujourd' hui, car le terme de rigueur expire demain pour l'admission; il n'a rien autre chose à vous demander que votre avis, et celui de mademoiselle Godefroid. Il est grand ami de Schnetz et professe pour vous cette admiration que nous avons tous [.]" ("Yesterday I saw an artist whose name is not famous in France yet, although he has great talent, it is M. Gros-Claude of Geneva. He desires [.] to show you his paintings, which he exhibits at the museum [.] he has nothing else to ask of you but your opinion, and that of Mademoiselle Godefroid. He is a great friend of Schnetz [.]"). - Louis-Aimé Grosclaude (1784-1882) was a student of Jean-Baptiste Regnault, and exhibited at the Salon de Paris since 1833. Balzac had made his acquaintance in Geneva the previous year. Gerard was to write to Balzac that Grosclaude was "quite simply a man of talent". - Contemporary numbering in upper left corner. In excellent condition. Published in: Balzac, Correspondance I, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade, no. 35-21.

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      November 24, 1835. Important Autograph Letter Signed “<I>Manuel Rosas,”</I> 2.5 pages, 6” x 8”, front and verso, two conjoined leaves. To Jesus de la Garza. Guerro, November 24, 1835. Light dampstaining at lower portion do not affect legibility. On watermarked paper. Not fully translated. Fine condition.<br /><br />Rosas talks about his assignment, in part, <I>“providing for the 100 men that Col. Ugartechea brought with the object of their joining the troops that the celebrated Jose Juan Sanchez is bringing ... if in some way I do not find a man to help me ... I believe I’ll do crazy ... My spirit is dampened. My will, never...”</I> <br /><br />From “The Handbook of Texas Online,” in part, “In 1835 Ugartechea was military commandant of Coahuila and Texas in command of the forces at San Antonio de Béxar Presidio, struggling with deficiencies in funding, supplies, and manpower. Although 200 men appeared on his rolls, only half that number were in active service ... Colonel Ugartechea commanded a unit of cavalry that slipped through the siege forces on November 12 [1835] and made its way in about ten days to the Rio Grande to seek reinforcements. On November 26 he guided a force of 454 conscripts and 173 veteran troops from Laredo to relieve the centralist army under Cos at Béxar. Their arrival on December 8 actually increased the burden of supply on the centralist army and helped to precipitate its surrender on December 9 ... Ugartechea returned to Laredo with Cos’s forces. He came back to Texas with the Mexican army in 1836.”<br /><br />When Colonel Ugartechea passed through Laredo en route to San Antonio de Béxar, he gathered up all the good horses, leaving his poor ones with the commandant of the troops at Laredo. The citizens being, without horses, called on the commandant to deliver them the poor horses, as being the best bargain they could make. The commandant of Laredo, the “celebrated Juan Jose Sanchez,” replied that he could not do this without orders from the colonel or from the commander in chief. He was later promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel, and was the first of the Mexican commissioners to sign the articles of capitulation entered into by General Martín Perfecto de Cos and General Edward Burleson after the storming and capture of San Antonio de Béxar by the Texans in December, 1835.

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        \"Skell`s Monument im englischen Garten\". Ansicht über den Kleinhesseloher See.

       Aquatinta in Sepia von Carl August Lebschee bei Hermann und Barth, München, um 1835, 13 x 17 cm. Maillinger II, 189 und II, 1389; Lentner 12591: \"Sehr selten!\"; Slg. Proebst 234; Huber S. 173. - Aus der seltenen Folge der neun Ansichten des Englischen Gartens. - Sehr breitrandig und kräftig im Druck. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        MÜNCHEN. - Schwabing. "Rumforts Monument im englischen Garten".

      - Aquatinta in Sepia von Carl August Lebschee bei Hermann und Barth, München, um 1835, 17 x 13 cm. Maillinger II, 189 und II, 1389; Lentner 12591: "Sehr selten!"; Slg. Proebst 234; Huber S. 173. - Aus der seltenen Folge der neun Ansichten des Englischen Gartens. - Sehr breitrandig und kräftig im Druck.

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        \"Rumforts Monument im englischen Garten\".

       Aquatinta in Sepia von Carl August Lebschee bei Hermann und Barth, München, um 1835, 17 x 13 cm. Maillinger II, 189 und II, 1389; Lentner 12591: \"Sehr selten!\"; Slg. Proebst 234; Huber S. 173. - Aus der seltenen Folge der neun Ansichten des Englischen Gartens. - Sehr breitrandig und kräftig im Druck. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Gratz die Hauptstadt des Herzogthums Steiermark. Von der Südseite". Lithographie von Anton Clarmann nach einer Zeichnung von Johann Wachtl.

      Graz, Kaiser, (ca. 1835). - Zahn 1108/17. - Das vorliegende Blatt ist eine Gemeinschaftsarbeit des Johann Wachtl mit seinem Schüler Anton Clarmann. Die Aufnahme der Stadt erfolgte nahe der Triesterstrasse südlich der Radetzkybrücke und zeigt im rechten Vordergrund die heutige Lagergasse und im linken Vordergrund die Karlau. - Auf der linken Seite ca. 6 cm restaurierter Randeinriss. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0

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        Manuscript letter to son seeking his help with "French land Claim"

      Hudson NY, 1835. Very good condition. Manuscript letter from a member of an old Hudson NY family member William Ashley, to his son, Col. Chester Ashley (then living in Arkansas Territory), asking for help with family land which Ashley senior refers to as the "French Claim prior to 1800". William appeals to his son Chester who had settled in Little Rock in 1820, a powerful lawyer and political operator, one of the founders of the Rose Law Firm. &#11;&#11;William Ashley specifically asks Chester to intercede with "Col. Sevier" who was a political ally of Chester's and serving at the time as an elected territorial delegate to Congress:&#11;"I calculate that Col. Sevier will be starting for Washington about the time you will review this letter; wish you to get him [engaged] in supporting The French Claim prior to 1800, as you know I have a deep interest at Stake, and I am inford (sic) by Some of our members of Congress that Col. Sevier has as much influence amongst the Members as any other man..."&#11;&#11;Ambrose Hundley Sevier (1801 - 1848) was a political ally of Chester Ashley in Arkansas Territory. Sevier too had settled in Little Rock in 1820, where he began a long political career. By 1827, he was elected territorial delegate, taking his seat in Congress in 1828. He quickly aligned himself with President Andrew Jackson, and secured Arkansas's bid for statehood, which was approved in 1836. Directly following statehood Sevier was elected one of the state's first US senators; he was reelected in 1837 and 1843.&#11;&#11;The reference by William Ashley to the French claim likely concerns land in the strategic corridor running from New York City to Montreal via Lake Champlain and along the Hudson River, which the French wanted to control as early as the 1690s. By 1753 Great Britain controlled the 13 colonies and as far west as the Appalachians, but everything to the north and west was New France. Borders were continually in dispute, and the Ashley land that William Ashley refers to had no doubt been claimed by the French.&#11;&#11;William Ashley also describes to his son the rapid rate of change in Hudson NY: land speculation; the laying out of a new railroad from Stockbridge to Hudson; the building of a new Court House and Jail; and a debt owed to pay the executors of the Elisha Williams estate.In reference to his debts, Ashley refers to a possible panic in the markets: "I fear it will be as bad as the panick (sic) was before; which ruined thousands who were men of property but could not command the money to save their credit...". The panic he refers to was the worldwide panic of 1825 which has been called the first modern financial crisis; the one he predicts is the panic of 1837, a financial crisis in the US that touched off a major recession that lasted until the mid-1840s.&#11;&#11;Chester Ashley, William's son (1791 - 1848) played an important part in the early history of Arkansas. Born in Hudson, he settled in Little Rock in 1820, and partnered with the future Territorial Governor Robert Crittenden to form a law firm which became the Rose Law Firm, the oldest west of the Mississippi. Ashley became wealthy through real estate speculation, investing in what is now downtown Little Rock. He was a powerful political figure, and served as a director of the government-chartered Arkansas State Bank. He was elected US senator in 1844 and served until his death in 1848.&#11;&#11;The letter is addressed to Col. Chester Ashley, Little Rock, Arkansas Territory, U. S. There is a circular Hudson NY cancel, with the 25 cent postage in mss. 16 x 12 3/4", folds to 8 x 12 3/3", written on 3 sides.

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        190[?] Samuel Clemens Mark Twain Autograph Note Signed on Postcard

      - Renowned American author Samuel Clemens (1835-1910) penned and signed (S.L.Clemens") this brief note to Cuyler Reynolds of Albany, NY on the back of a one cent postcard. Clemens writes, &#147;The books are ready, now. Please send some one to do them up & carry them to the express office.&#148; The postcard appears to have a cancellation date of 1900 (the last number is somewhat faint), in which case, Clemens may be discussing the publication of his short story, &#147;The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg&#148; which was included in a 1900 collection of short stories. Clemens&#146; story was meant to be a satirical rewrite of the Garden of Eden tale and serves as an excellent example of the author&#146;s wit. Clemens, using the pen name &#147;Mark Twain,&#148; became wildly famous for his novels, short stories, and non-fiction books that have greatly influenced American literature. His 1885 novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is often considered to be the first Great American Novel. Cuyler Reynolds (1866-1934) was a well-regarded journalist and author who was named the Albany City Historian; his best-known work is the "Albany Chronicles." 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". Condition: Two thin vertical stains (from a rubber band), not affecting signature, otherwise in very good condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Magazine Of Natural History And Journal Of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology And Meteorology, Vol. Viii. 1835 [Including Early Discussion Of Natural Selection, By Edward Blyth]

      Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, And Longmans, London 1835 - Viii, 688 Pp. Full Year With "Corrections" On Last Page. Recent Full Green Cloth, Red Morocco Spine Label, Retaining Original Preliminary And Final Blanks. Articles By Edward Blyth At Pp 40 "An Attempt To Classify The 'Varities' Of Animals.", P. 198 "A Few Remarks On Hybrids.", P. 325 "Observations On The Cuckoo", P. 364 " A Notice Of A Very Remarkable Individual Of The Common Shrike."; Charles Waterton P. 166, 251, 322, 361, 453, 451, 663; W. J. Clarke P. 1 "On Certain Meteoric Phenomena"; Etc. The Blyth Article Is The First Extended Discussion Of The Basic Principles Of Natural Selection; Darwin Read Blyth's Work Carefully, And Was A Friend Of Blyth; Loren Eiseley's "Darwin And The Mysterious Mr. X" Is An Account Of Their Relationship, With Some Errors But Generally Correct. Binding As New; Preliminary And Final Blanks With Browning And Light Chipping At Corners; Contents Fine, Clean, Square, Unworn. No Names Or Marks. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wanderings and Adventures in the interior of Southern Africa

      First edition. 2 vols. Large folding map, engraved title pages & 12 other plates. 8vo. Original ribbed cloth, spines lettered in gilt, slightly worn, spine of vol I frayed, library stamp to front free endpapers with some spotting. xii, 330; v, 358pp. London, Longman & Co.,

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        Voyage of the United States Frigate Potomac, under the Command of Commodore John Downes, during the Circumnavigation of the Globe, in the years 1831, 1832, 1833, and 1834.

      Harper and Brothers, New York 1835 - x, [i-xi], 12-560, 30 pages, with folding frontispiece, 8 plates 4 of which are folding, and one large map. professional repair to spine and to closed tear on frontispiece; 2 inch closed split along fold of one plate. Foxing throughout. Binding is sound. Size: 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chatterton. Drame [ Edition originale ]

      Deuxième édition, 1 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque demi-basane marron, dos à faux nerfs orné, Hippolyte Souverain, Paris, 1835, faux-titre, frontispice, titre, 229 pp. et 1 f. n. ch. Bel exemplaire de l'édition originale, en belle reliure d'époque. Comme le précise Vicaire, "Il y a des exemplaires, sous la même date de 1935, mais dont la couverture et le titre portent : Deuxième édition. Ce sont, en réalité, des exemplaires de la 1ère édition, même frontispice, mais avec un titre nouveau". Edition originale de l'un des ouvrages les plus essentiels du romantisme. Vicaire, VII, 1061 ; Escoffier, 1118 Français

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        Tilt's Handbooks for Children

      Charles Tilt, London [circa 1835] - 3 x 2 1/2 inches, publisher's blind-and gold-stamped tan, brown, green or blue cloth, all edges gilt, all volumes rebacked in appropriate colors of cloth, 8 volumes (complete), each volume has 192 pages including 48 woodcut plates. Housed in publisher's leather-covered wooden case stamped with the words "My Own Library; about a third of the leather including that with "My Own" flaked off, case is entirely present but the top and back have become disconnected from the bottom and sides. Bondy pages 66-7. Spielmann 359 ("British Birds" only). The titles are as follows: W. May, "The Little Book of British Birds" (Welsh 4889); "London Sights for Little Folks" (Welsh 4699); May, "The Little Book of British Quadrupeds" (Welsh 4890); C. Williams, "The Zoological Gardens, Regent's Park" (Welsh 7173) [and] "The Surrey Zoological Gardens" (Welsh 7172); Isabella Child, "The Little Picture Testament" (Welsh 944) [and] "The Little Picture Bible" (not in Welsh); and "Country Walks for Little Folks" (Welsh 2053). All volumes have gift inscriptions dated June, 1840 on the front pastedowns. From the collection of Doris Varner Welsh. edition. . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sämmtliche Schriften. Reprint der Ausgabe Stuttgart 1835-1838.

      676, 494, 580, 756, 440, 671, 596, 532, 880, 488, 463, 448, 444, 888 S 8. Hochwertig gebundene Ausgabe. Neuwertig. 3487068109 --- Bei Neukunden sowie Lieferungen außerhalb Deutschlands behalten wir uns vor, gegen Vorauskasse zu liefern. ---

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        Der Todtentanz - Ein Gedicht.

      VIII, 200 Seiten mit 48 Kupfern in treuen Contouren nach dem Original des Hans Holbein und dem Bildniss desselben, gestochen von dem Königl.Sächs.kupferstich-Gallerie-Inspector Frenzel in Dresden, 8, PPbd.d.Z. Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, Bibl.Kennzeichnung am Titel und Bibl.Zettel am Einband, leicht fleckig, ansonst guter und sauberer Zustand. --------------------------------- mit handschriftlicher Widmung und Signatur von Bechstein am Vorsatz ----------------- " Zur freundlichen Erinnerung an freundlichen Stunden, vom Verfaßer. Paris, 10.April 1835, Ludwig Bechstein" - Bechsteins grosses Totentanzgedicht wird hier würdig illustriert durch Frenzels Kupferstiche, die Holbeins Totentanz zum Vorbild haben. Joh. Gottl. Abraham Frenzel (geb. 1782 zu Dresden) bildete sich unter Darnstädt zum Kupferstecher aus, und schon mit 20 Jahren erwarb er sich grossen Ruhm durch seine Landschaftsbilder. [ ] Die Totentanz-Folge ist eines seiner besten Werke und zeigt deutlich seine höchst sorgfältige Nadelbehandlung und die wunderbare Feinheit der Zeichnung. Ludwig Bechstein selber war einer der grössten deutschen Privatsammler des 19. Jahrhunderts auf dem Totentanz-Gebiet und hat auch einige Werke darüber verfasst" (Oppermann 1161). - Goed. XIII, 165, 9 Linschmann 113 Massmann 56, K. 1. - First edition of this charming work, illustrated with altogether 49 plates of death dance scenes. A very rare work, a poem by one of the most important 19th century German collectors of death dances, well illustrated by Frenzel's cooper engravings after Holbein

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        The French Cook, A System of Fashionable and Economical Cookery, Adapted to the use of English Families. Thirteenth edition, Corrected and Enlarged, With an Appendix of Observations On the meals of the day, - New method of giving fashionable Suppers at Routs and Soirees, as practised by the Author when with Lord Sefton &#150; History of Cookery &#150; Rules for Carving &#150; On the Choice of Meat, &c.

      London: Ebers and Co 1835 - Ebers & Co., London, 1835. Formal French cuisine laid out for an English audience by the celebrated Monsieur Ude, who cooked for Louis XVI, the Earl of Sefton, and the Duke of York. This classic cookbook, ground breaking in its day, was first published in 1813 and is here in its thirteenth edition, with a frontispiece portrait of the author engraved by A. Deane after a Maclise drawing, and nine pages depicting bills of fare as they should be arranged at table. The work is peppered liberally with French terms (for which a vocabulary is provided) and with elaborate techniques that seem likely to have been in use in the most elegant kitchens (but not necessarily beyond the reach of less elite aspirants); Byron swiped the names of many of Ude's dishes for use in canto 15, stanzas 62 - 74 of "Don Juan," and indeed two of Ude's suggested course progressions for stanza 63 (see p. 426). 12mo (19.5 cm, 7.7"). Frontispiece, xlviii, 453 pp. Half leather, effectively disbound with spine leather coming away and rear board detached. Frontispiece browned; pages otherwise only very faintly age-toned, with scattered light spotting. Internally solid, generally clean, and attractive copy. Effectively disbound externally. Scarce.   Condition Report Externally See above and photos Internally See above and photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1835 Binding:  Half Leather Edition: Thirteenth Edition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      N. p. o. d. [between 1828 and 1835]. - Small 8vo. 2 pp. on double leaf. To the composer Joseph Dessauer (1789-1876). - With traces of seal.

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