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        De la Démocratie en Amérique.

      - Paris, Charles Gosselin, 1835-1840. 4 volumes in-8, demi-veau havane, dos lisses ornés d'un décor romantique de caissons garnis d'encadrement soulignés de quatre filets dorés, palettes en tête et pied, pièces de titre et de tomaison de veau noir, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque), carte d’Amérique en couleurs repliée en fin du premier volume. Edition originale de premier tirage des quatre volumes, sans mention d'édition. Un des rares exemplaires en reliure uniforme de l’époque. Les deux premiers volumes ont été publiés en janvier 1835, les deux suivants en 1840. Grande carte dépliante en couleurs reliée en fin du tome I. L’éditeur, Charles Gosselin, ne crut guère au succès du livre et choisit par prudence de ne le publier qu’à petit nombre d'exemplaires. Le succès fut, pourtant, immense, immédiat et universel. (‘En Français dans le texte’, n°253. Howes, T278 & 279. Sabin, 96060 & 96061). Les deux premiers volumes ont été soigneusement lavés. Provenance: Adolphe Louis Perraud (1828-1906) cardinal et historien, membre de l'Académie française, avec son grand ex-libris gravé sur les contreplats, à sa devise "Orare et laborare – Pietatis pax justitiæ honor". Bel exemplaire dans une reliure romantique décorative de l’époque. *** The first edition of both parts of Tocqueville's famous masterpiece uniformly bound in a very nice contemporary half calf and marbled boards. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mit hoher Bewilligung wird ... Laura de Bach, Wittwe des Christoph de Bach ... ihre vier und zwanzigste große Vorstellung zu geben die Ehre haben.

      Prag, 25. Januar 1835.Einblattdruck mit typograph. Text und Holzschnitt. Blattgr.: 44 x 26 cm. Vorführung mehrerer Kunstreiter - Nummern. - Laura de Bach führte nach den Tod ihres Gatten Christoph de Bach (1768 - 14. 4. 1834) mit ihren 4 Kindern das erfolgreiche Geschäft fort; hier einer ihrer ersten Auftritte unter eigenem Namen mit dem "Cirque Olympique". - Laura verstarb 1856 in London, einer ihrer Söhne endete wegen Raubmordes auf dem Schaffot. Vgl. zur interessanten Familiengeschichte: Saltarino, Artisten - Lexikon, p. 12. Bücher de

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Scriptores rerum Silesiacarum oder Sammlung schlesischer Geschichtschreiber, namens der schlesischen gesellschaft für vaterländische cultur.

      Breslau: Josef Max & Komp. 4to (25.7 cm, 9.9"). 3 vols. I: xx, (iii)–xvi, 538 pp. II: xv, [1], 505, [1] pp. III: xii, 435, [1] pp.. 1835–47 Uncommon first edition: The first three volumes of this important collection of documents pertaining to the history of Silesia. Stenzel (1792–1854), a German historian, was for some years the archivist of the Silesian provincial archives and made excellent use of his position; this work offers a great deal of seldom-seen and valuable primary source material, including accounts of St. Hedwig, Duchess of Silesia, and Dorothea Beier, the 15th-century mystic, along with the Chronica Polonorum and Samuel Benjamin Klose's Darstellung der inneren Verhältnisse der Stadt Breslau vom Jahre 1458 bis zum Jahre 1526. Additional volumes continued to be published for many years, under the stewardship of other editors; Stenzel was responsible for I through V. Recent black-flecked paper–covered boards, spines with printed paper title and volume labels. Some upper edges in vol. I and lower corners in vol. II bumped; all edges stained red except for vol. III, which has speckled edges. Vol. III (only) with light offsetting/show-through from print; in fact a clean, nice set..

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        First report of the commissioners of Public instruction, Ireland, Presented to Both houses of Parliament By command of His Majesty

      London: His majesty's Stationery Office / William Clowes and Sons, 1835. With the text of the commission ("for inquiring respecting the state of Religious and other instruction now existing in Ireland"), a general report, and specific reports on the provinces of Armagh, Dublin, Cashel, and Tiam. Bound in solid blue cloth, showing light wear, top board a little scratched/stained. Spine a little sunned, with gilt title and call no. on spine. Ministry of Education label on rear board, and their stamp on title page; contents otherwise clean and sound. TPW. hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Used.

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        Views in India, China, and on the shores of the Red Sea; Drawn by Prout, Stanfield, Cattermole, Purser, Cox, Austen, &c. from original sketches by Commander Robert Elliott, R.N.; with descriptions by Emma Roberts

      London: H. Fisher, R. Fisher & P. Jackson, 1835. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 volumes in 1: 68, 64 p., 64 leaves of steel-engraved plates, including 2 frontispieces (1 a color frontispiece engraved and printed by G. Baxter) and 2 added engraved title pages with imprint: Fisher, Son, & Co., London, 1835; 29 cm. Contemporary full polished maroon calf with five spine compartments between wide raised bands. Gilt-tooled title in second compartment; gilt-tooled decoration on wide raised bands and blind-tooled decoration on remaining compartments. Triple gilt-ruled borders with elaborate blind-tooled borders within, on both boards. Gilt-rolled edges and turn-ins. All page edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Emma Roberts (1794-1840) was an English travel writer and poet who lived in India for several years. Her text accompanies the beautiful engravings based on drawings by Commander Robert James Elliot, who travelled from 1822 to 1824 in India, Canton (Guangzhou), and the Red Sea area. Inscription on front free endpaper verso indicating that the book was given by Samuel Fennell on his engagement to Anabella Groom about 1837; she was the granddaughter of Hannah Lightfoot; later Anabella gave it to her friend Henry Plumptre Ramsden "lest it should in her own words fall into unworthy hands"; she died in 1882 and was buried in Trumpington Churchyard near Cambridge. The Rev. Henry Plumptre Ramsden (1848-1901) was the rector at Cottingham, Yorkshire, Eng. In Very Good Condition: edges somewhat rubbed; front board partially detached; occasional foxing, generally light and in margins of plates; otherwise, clean and bright. Because of the weight, for international shipping, it will have to be sent by international priority.

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        Sammlung aller Landammänner des Kantons Appenzell A. R. 1597 - 1835.

      Herisau, (1835 - ). Gr.folio (41 x 27,5 cm). 1 lithogr. Titelblatt und 38 lithogr. Portraittafeln mit Legenden, 38 leere Blätter, unten mit den selben Legenden in alter Handschrift. Halbleder der Zeit. ohne Beschriftung. Rückenleder unten ca. 5 cm eingerissen. Alter Name auf Vorsatz (Joh. Zürcher). Tafeln in der unteren Ecke leicht fingerfleckig, sonst gut und sauber. Selten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Declaration of Independence Stereotyped Broadside Published By Prentiss Whitney and The Boston Bewick Company 1835

      Boston, MA: Prentiss Whitney / Boston Bewick Company, 1835. Broadside. Fine. 26 x 21 x 1.0. "Paper on cloth backing, hand-colored, covered with a thin ancient layer of protective lacquer or varnish. No folds or tears. Short wrinkles on the untaut paper surface. Framed in glass. 1 pages. An imposing and beautiful broadside document! Prentiss Whitney of Boston, Massachusetts published this beautiful copy of the Declaration of Independence. It is approximately 26" tall by 21" wide. It has a four-line title printed in 4 different fonts. The text of the document is primarily in a handscript font, with some words enlarged and bolded in print type of four different fonts. Bottom section contains the signature replicas. The entire document is surrounded by two intertwined vines which encircle 13 state medallions (filled with symbolic vignettes) and an eagle and shield Federal medallion. Vines and medallions are fully hand-colored. At the very bottom is printed: 'STEREOTYPED BY THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. PUBLISHED BY PRENTISS WHITNEY, 30, WASHINGTON STREET.' It is undated, but probably published in 1835. Prentiss Whitney (1787-1870) was an auctioneer, publisher of historic patriotic American prints, and an entrepreneurial investor at 30 Washington St. Boston in the 1830's and 1840's. His ancestor Rev. Peter Whitney of Northborough, Ma was one of the first to call for publishing the Declaration of Independence ('American independence vindicated. A sermon delivered September 12, 1776. At a lecture appointed for publishing the Declaration of Independence passed July 4, 1776. By the representatives of the United States of America in general congress assembled'). The Boston Bewick Company, no. 47 Court Street, Boston, was an association of authors, artists, printers, and bookbinders which was in existence from 1834-1838. It is mostly known for producing engravings, and for hiring Nathaniel Hawthorne as editor of the 'American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge'. The Act to incorporate the Boston Bewick Company states it is founded for: 'the purpose of employing, improving, and extending the art of engraving, polytyping, embossing and printing, and carrying on the business thereof.' 1835 Boston Bewick ad: 'Engraving, Stereotyping, and Printing.: Boston Bewick Company. The Boston Bewick Company Respectfully Give Notice that They are Ready to Receive Orders for Engraving on Wood, Steel and Copper; and for Copper-plate, Letter Press and Xylographic Printing, in All Their Branches.' Prentiss Whitney's prints are excessively scarce. The only other known copy of Whitney's 'Declaration' is in the Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection (University of Virginia). Whitney's other prints include an 1835 engraving titled 'Destruction of Tea in Boston Harbor in 1773' which was painted by artist George Loring Brown and engraved by Richard P. Mallory (Collection of the Boston Athenaeum). 'The Capture of H.B.M. Sloop of War Frolic, Capn. Whinyates, by the U.S. Sloop of War Wasp, Capn. Jab Jones, on the 18th of Oct. 1812' Aquatint, drawn and engraved by F. Kearny, from a sketch by Lieutenant Claxton of the Wasp (U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis). 'The Battle at Bunker's Hill, or the Death of General Warren' Painted by John Trumbull and engraved by J. Norman. . ISBN: B008292T4G. Catalogs: History:.

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        TA., Hauptstrasse, im Hintergrund die Kirche Igreja de Candelaria, "La Grande Rue a Rio Janeiro".

      - Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Himely n. Lauvergne aus Laplace, Voyage autour du monde b. Sainson, 1835, 22 x 31,5 Seltene Ansicht, deren Vorlage in den Jahren 1830 - 1832 entstand. Ein Ergebnis der Reise des franz Kapitains Cyrille Pierre Theodore Laplace mit dem Schiff "La Favourite". ( Vergleiche Sabin 38985: Borba de Moraes, 457. ).

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        Ansicht, "Èglise deas Pamplemousses, à le Ile de France".

      - Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Himely n. Paris aus Laplace, Voyage autour du monde, 1835, 22,5 x 32 Seltene Ansicht, deren Vorlage in den Jahren 1830 - 1832 entstand. Ein Ergebnis der Reise des franz Kapitains Cyrille Pierre Theodore Laplace mit dem Schiff "La Favourite". ( Vergleiche Sabin 38985: Borba de Moraes, 457. ).

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        A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Virginia, and the District of Columbia . . .

      Charlottesville: Joseph Marten; Moseley & Thompson, Printers, 1835. First Edition. Leather. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Complete with all 636 pages and the exceptionally scarce folding map. Original leather boards, sympathetically rebacked. Generally clean pages with some moderate foxing in places. Owners' names on front free endpaper and title page including that of Henry L. Hopkins (Speaker of the House of Delegates from 1848-1850) who complains bitterly that the section he wrote for the book about Powhatan County "was mangled by the publisher both in style and matter." Martin's Gazetteer is one of the best sources of information on pre-Civil War Virginia and the District of Columbia. As the subtitle notes, it "contains geographical, statistical, political, commercial, religious, moral and miscellaneous information collected and compiled from the most respectable and chiefly from original sources, along with a history of Virginia from its first settlement to the year 1754 as written expressly for the work by a Virginian." Using information consolidated from local contributors, Martin was able to provide exceptionally detailed information about nearly all communities in Virginia and the District of Columbia including their boundaries, geology, scenery, topography and noteworthy natural attractions, weather, people, government, religion, education, militia, hospitals, prisons, industry, agriculture, finance, and much more. As of 2016, ABPC and Rare Book Hub show only two copies of the book have come up for auction in the last 75 years, and no copies with map are currently in the trade. Although, OCLC shows 21 institutions with copies, it is not known how many of those have the map. OCLC shows only two institutions with copies of the disbound map, and there are no auction records for it at ABPC or Rare Book Hub, nor are there any in the trade. This is a truly scarce and historically valuable piece of Virginiana. See Bradford 3218a, Eames 44894, Howes M340, and Sabin 44894.

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        Histoire Naturelle Des Lepidopteres Exotiques

      Paris: F. Savy First published in 1835, this F. Savy reprint was published in 1864; 156 pages, plus eight hand colored plates showing 400 butterflies, plus two un-colored plates showing related tools; Green pebbled cloth covers with gilt stamped lettering, and beveled edges; Edges of text remain uncut and most of text contents remain unopened; Some scattered foxing in text and on tissues guards; Plates show scattered foxing and age toning mostly on edges, though images remain mostly very clean and bright. . Cloth - Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        Bullarii Romani continuatio summorum pontificum Clementis XIII. Clementis XIV. Pii VI. Pii VII. Leonis XII. et Pii VIII. constitutiones, literas in forma brevis epistolas ad principes viros, et alios atque alloquutiones complectens. Volumes 1-17 (of 19).

      Romae, Ex Typographia Referendae Camerae Apostolicae, 1835-1855. 39 x 26 cm. Je band ca. 400 bis 700 Seiten. Mit mehreren Portraits. Marmorierte Pappbände der Zeit mit Rückenschildern. *Großes Standardwerk, enthält eine umfangreiche Sammlung von Papstbullen. Vorhanden sind die Bände 1-17, es folgten 1856 und 1857 noch die abschließenden Bände 18-19 (hier nicht vorhanden). - Alter Stempel einer aufgelösten Klosterbibliothek auf den Titelblättern. Obere Kapitale teils etwas bestoßen. Der Papierbezug des Rückendeckels von Band 17 ist abgelöst. Ansonsten sauber und gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Paroles d'un Voyageur (Monstruosité littéraire) par Charles O***

      Dentu, Paris 1835 - In-12 de VII-278-(2) pp., cartonnage recouvert de soie moirée verte, dos lisse orné de navires dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, dentelle dorée sur les plats, dentelle intérieure et tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Charles-Denis-Williams (1788-1875) est l'auteur de Le Prophète de Rome, interprétation héraldique des devises prophétiques de Saint Malakie ; La Sirène de la Vendée, ou le Comité de l'Annonciade, esquisses de la mer et de l'avenir ; La Fontaine d'Esther, notice sur l'antique chapelle de Notre-Dame de Lorette de la Pujade ; Souvenirs d'Agnès de Bourbon, ou les Coquilles de l'orphelin de Bordeaux, esquisses de la mer et de l'avenir, par un enfant de la mer, naturalisé Irlandais-Français, Charles-Denis-William O'Kelly-Farrell. Quérard, VI, 477 ; Gustave Brunet, Les Fous littéraires : Essai bibliographique sur la littérature excentrique, p. 158 ; manque au Catalogue collectif ; 1 seul exemplaire à la B.N.F. Bel exemplaire en reliure de soie. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ansicht, "Vue prise à Malacca".

      - Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Himely n. Lauvergne aus Laplace, Voyage autour du monde b. Sainson, 1835, 22,5 x 32 Seltene Ansicht, deren Vorlage in den Jahren 1830 - 1832 entstand. Ein Ergebnis der Reise des franz Kapitains Cyrille Pierre Theodore Laplace mit dem Schiff "La Favourite". ( Vergleiche Sabin 38985: Borba de Moraes, 457. ).

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        Autograph document.

      No place, [after 1835]. - Oblong small 4to. ¾ p. "Starks meteorol[ogisches]s Jahrbuch [.] / Cuviers Thierreich, von Voigt [.] / annales de Mines [.] / de Kirckhoff hist. des maladies observées à l'armée française [.] / address of Earl Stanhope to the medico-botanical Society".

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        Sur l\'homme et le developpement des ses facultes, ou essai de physique sociale. 2 tomes.

      Bachelier Paris, 1835. 327, 327 S. fest gebunden Stamps on title page. Paper mildly yellowish and foxed. With 6 plates.Guter Zustand/ Good First edition. Ex-Library. Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW... ST. MARK... ST. LUKE... ST. JOHN

      London: James Nisbet and Co., (St. John: Hamilton, Adams and Co.), 1835. All about fine, St. Matthew with crack and small split on the flap. Miniature books (2 1/2" x 2"). Four volumes. 167p; 108p; 182 (ii)p; 128p. In companion wallet style bindings of morocco, 2 in red, 2 in black with gilt titles on the flap. Welsh: St. Matthew 840; Mark 835; Luke 834. John with this imprint not in Welsh.

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        Veduta di fianco del Campidoglio di Roma.

      Roma, 1835 - Incisione in rame di mm 446x555, tratta da "Le Antichità Romane ossia raccolta delle più 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 terminerà 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, assai marginoso, lieve alone di umidità al margine inferiore sinistro; qualche minima fioritura al margine superiore.

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        MÜNCHEN. "Vue de Munich". Gesamtansicht von unterhalb Bogenhausen über die Isar, vorne Staffage.

      - Aquatinta von Vogel bei Veith und Hauser, Paris, um 1835, 18,5 x 28,5 cm. Lentner 1114; nicht bei Maillinger und Proebst. - Vorne ein Student mit langer Pfeife im Gespräch mit einem Münchner Paar. - Sehr kräftiger Druck in tadelloser Erhaltung. - "Hübsches Aquatintablatt" (Lentner).

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        Wiener Zeitschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Theater und Mode. Jahrgang 1835.

      Wien, A. Strauß, 1835. 4 Bde. 22x14,5 cm. Bedruckte Pbde. d.Zt. Einbände etwas braunfleckig. Tafeln gebräunt, tlw. recht knapp beschnitten, Text und Beilagen (nicht koll.) Etwas fleckig. Kirchner 4752; Lipperheide Zb 29 (nur 5 einz. Jg.) Schöne, umfangreiche Reihe dieser Wiener Zeitschrift mit Biedermeiermoden für Damen, auch Herren u. Kinder, die insgesamt 1816/17 bis 1844 erschien. Mit 52 kolor. Modekupfertaf. nach S. v. Stubenrauch u.a. sowie 4 unkol. Kutschenkupfertaf. u. 4 unkol. Wiener Möbel Formen, 1 zweiseitig bedr. gef. Notenbeilagen sowie ein Porträt von Johan Schickh . - Jg. 1835 zu 4 Quartalsbänden. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Wien, Biedermeier; Mode und Trachten; Zeitschriften, Zeitungen, Monatshefte, Wochenschriften, Prospekte

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        Panorama von Trier. aufgenomen von der Höhe, genant Wettendorffs Häuschen'.

      - Aquatinta v. Ruff n. F.C. Witte b. F.C. Eisen in Köln, um 1835, 9 x 53,5 (Schmitt, Die illustrierten Rhein-Beschreibungen, 59, 19) (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Panorama von Mainz'.

      - gouachierte u. eiweißgehöhte Aquatinta v. Ruff n. Anton Ditzler b. F.C. Eisen in Köln, um 1835, 8,5 x 53,5 (Schmitt, Die illustrierten Rhein-Beschreibungen, 59, 14) (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Donaueschingen. - Gesamtansicht. - "Ansicht der Stadt Donaueschingen".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung und Aquatinta, 1835. Von Johannes Ruff, nach Johann Heinrich Neukomm. 16,5 x 24,5 cm (Darstellung) / 29,3 x 42,2 cm (Blatt). Unter der Darstellung zweisprachig betitelt und mit den Künstler- und Verlagsangaben versehen "Ansicht der Stadt Donaueschingen, Residenz der Fürsten von Fürstenstein, H. Neukom del, J. Ruff sc., Imp. R. Foppert". Rechts oben nummeriert "1". - Seltene Vedute der Stadt im südlichen Schwarzwald auf dem Hochplateau der Baar. Die Gegend ist bekannt als Beginn der Donauquelle. Schöner Blick aus der Ferne mit Ausblick auf das weitläufige Umland und einer Fuhrwerkstaffage. In qualitätvoller Aquatintatechnik ausgeführt. - Im Ganzen gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Johannes Ruff (1813 Oberstraß - 1886 Weiningen). Maler und Aquatintastecher. Schüler von Oberkogler. Das Kupferstichkabinett in Zürich verwahrt mehrere Arbeiten des Künstlers. Johann Heinrich Neukomm (1796 Rafz - 1865 Schaffhausen). Landschaftsmaler und Zeichner für Kupferstiche.

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        ANDRÉ

      Félix Bonnaire / Victor Magen, Paris 1835 - 21.5 cm. Old quarter calf and marbled boards, elaborately gilt-tooled spine with titling piece, marbled endpapers and page edges. (4), 420 pp, half-title present. Vicaire VI, 203. Boards with modest rubbing, joints professionally repaired, mild flaking to the gilt spine lettering, leaves with scattered foxing, most noticeably on the half-title and title leaves, in all a VG copy. Front pastedown with the engraved armorial bookplate of Ross Ambler Curran, early twentieth-century California society figure and bibliophile. An early novel by Sand, quite scarce in first edition. Written in Venice, it is the story of a tragic and unwise marriage between a young flower seller and a feckless nobleman. A proto-feminist work that paints a grim picture of the effects of marriage on a woman of intelligence and of marriage between people of different social classes. Size: Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lengthy Handwritten Letter of Recommendation

      England 1835 - Anglo-Irish author who was one of the earliest writers of children's literature and was a significant figure in the evolution of the novel in Europe. 2 pages (front and back), England, no date, circa 1835, with the integral address leaf still attached, addressed to Mrs. Josiah Quincy, care of the President of Harvard University, in small part: ".I take the liberty of presenting the Bearer to you with a request that you will have the goodness to do what you can for him by means of your excellent family and friends.This young man is son of a tenant of our family's.and the education he has received at home since he left my brother's school at Edgeworthtown all induce me to hope that he will deserve to succeed in his new career.He is a protestant.I have been able to examine him his knowledge of arithmetic qualifies him for a clerks place. You will smile - but not laugh at the simplicity shown in his letters -- simplicity not folly. Irregular top margin with a slim mounting strip on the address leaf; very good(-) condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Der Spatzier-Ritt, zum freundlichen Doerfchen oder das Mieth Pferd / La Promenade à Cheval, ou village riant ou le cheval a louage.

      c. 1835. Movable figure of a black Arabian horse mounted to a hand-colored landscape backdrop that measures 10 by 8 3/4 inches (251x196mm). The horse is articulated using a series of metal pins that allow it to be manipulated into various positions. Accompanied by eight interchangeable rider figures, all of which are hand-colored. These have a tab on the reverse side that allows them to slip onto the horse. The riders consist of two women and six men. The ladies are shown riding side-saddle and wearing full period costume. Among the men are a jockey, a Prussian Hussar, an officer with a plumed hat, and several gentlemen with various costumes, riding crops and saddle styles. This very rare paper toy is virtually unknown to reference works: a single mention of it appears in the Königlich Württembergisches allgemeines Amts- und Intelligenz-Blatt for the year 1835. No maker is identified, but a small monogram appearing at the bottom of the title label on the front of the original marbled paper slipcase shows the initials "JMB." Some trivial rubbing to slipcase, minor creases to background sheet, else fine.

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        TWO SHORT CATECHISMS, MUTUALLY CONNECTED; THE QUESTIONS OF THE FORMER BEING GENERALLY SUPPOSED AND OMITTED IN THE LATTER. THE FORMER CONTAINS THE MOST OF WHAT IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TO BE KNOWN IN ORDER TO SALVATION; AND MAY BE TAUGHT CHILDREN BEFORE THEY CAN READ. THE LATTER CONTAINS THE MOST OF WHAT IS NECESSARY TO BE KNOWN IN ORDER TO ADMISSION TO THE LORD'S TABLE. AND BEING A BRIEF EXPLICATION OF THE ASSEMBLY'S SHORTER CATECHISM....

      Wheeling [VA]: published by J. Fisher & Son; printed by Newton and Fishers, 1835. First Virginia edition. 17 cm.; 60 pp. Corners trimmed (not affecting text), scattered foxing, backed in 19th century paper. Bound with "THE SHORTER CATECHISM OF THE WESTMINSTER ASSEMBLY. WITH PROOFS FROM THE SCRIPTURES, AND EXPLANATORY NOTES," [Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, nd. 15 cm.; 54 pp.; upper 1/2 inch of title page excised; defective, lacking pp.7-10]. The two pamphlets bound together in plain drab paperwraps, tied with a leather string. Ownership signature of 'E[phraim] Carpenter, Indiana' on front wrapper and at the head of the title page of the first pamphlet. Manuscript notes related to scripture tipped in (one page at the end of Brown's Catechism; five pages at the end of the Westminster Catechism; plus a short note on the inside of the rear wrapper.) The Wheeling edition of Brown's "Two Short Catechisms" not listed on OCLC or in American Imprints. Though reprinted in various editions since its publication in Edinburgh in 1764, this edition is scarce.

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        Deutschland`s erste Eisenbahn zwischen Nürnberg und Fuerth. Diorama in 6 Ebenen.

      Nürnberg (ca ) 1835 - Quer 8°. Mit 7 (6 durchbrochenen) kolorierten Lithographien (incl. Frontblatt) von G. W. Faber. Orig.-Pappdeckel. Haskell 358. Reizender Guckkasten zur Eröffnung der ersten deutschen Eisenbahnstrecke. Durch 3 Gucklöcher ergibt sich eine dreidimensionale Perspektive der Bahnstrecke bzw. der bunt gekleideten Zuschauer. - Einbanddeckel bestoßen und stärker fleckig. Die Perspektivblätter sind gut erhalten und nur gering fleckig. Gewicht (Gramm): 300

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        A collection of 24 broadsides and other ephemeral publications.

      San Salvador, Cojutepeque, & elsewhere: Various publishers/printers Folio and other, smaller formats. Various paginations.. 1835–63 Following the achievement of independence from Spain in 1821, El Salvador along with the rest of Central America had a brief flirtation with being part of Mexico, but with the fall of Iturbide and the collapse of the first Mexican empire, El Salvador and the rest of Central America formed a confederation, with Guatemala being the more equal of the supposed five equals. The Confederation itself collapsed as unworkable in 1838 and following the dissolution of it, the political and social history of El Salvador was characterized by a wrenching dynamic of Liberal vs. Conservative forces each wanting to control society and the government. But added to that were the ambitions of its neighbors, especially Guatemala, and occasionally Honduras and even Nicaragua. Then there was the problem of Britain and its citizens' investments in the country and the need to protect those interests. This assemblage provides rare documents on many of the issues and the personalities of the era. Of the 26 publications, we find only 8 to be held in U.S. libraries, mostly at only one library (two being held at two). A full list available and the condition statement below is keyed to it. Generally good to very good condition unless otherwise noted: Item 1) waterstained and with paper damage with loss in foremargin; 4) much worming, mostly in margins but also in text, touching but not costing letters; 5) totally browned; 9 & 10) in recent wrappers; 11) water damage to upper outer corner with loss of paper; 12) recent wrappers, cockling of paper and a few stray stains; 13) recent wrappers, small hole in blank portion of title-page, light waterstaining at base of same; 14) recent wrappers, a few stains; 17) two very small pin-type wormholes in text, touching but not costing letters; 20) light age-toning. Housed in an archival phase box.

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        Lettres sur les Etats-Unis d'Amérique, écrites en 1832 et 1833, et adressées à M. le Comte O'Mahony, par J.M.B. de ******

      Au dépot central de librairie / Chez Perisse Frères, Paris and Lyon 1835 - Two volumes bound in one, complete. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION of this extensive account of America in the early 1830s by a staunch French royalist. XIV, 355; 3, 359 pp. Beautifully bound in recent quarter vellum. 8vo. All edges marbled. Lightly foxed throughout. Small marginal inkstain to a few leaves. Otherwise very good. Howes S42; Sabin 75508. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Scrapbook]: 1830s Tanner's Ledger used as Civil War Scrapbook

      Utica, New York. circa 1835-1870. Tall folio. Measuring 16" x 6.5". Marbled paper boards with leather spine and corners. A tanner's ledger with 22 of the pages used as a scrapbook before and during the American Civil War. Very good with moderate age-toning and rubbing. The original ledger was used by a tanner in Utica, New York from about 1835 to 1845 and all pages were completely filled in by the tanner. It was reused 15 years later as a scrapbook with newspaper clippings, many of which are from the Utica Morning Herald, affixed over the customer information, with many additional clippings laid in throughout. A large majority are short stories, serials, poems, and satire written in the late 1850s such as "Rules for Sleeping in Church," "The Maiden's Confusion" by Mrs. Ann S. Stevens, "The Occultation of Orion" by Longfellow, and a piece entitled "On April" by Henry Ward Beecher. One article with the headline, "The New Era: Important Speech by the President," from April 11, 1865, includes the entire transcript from Abraham Lincoln's last public address given two days after the surrender of Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Army. Other war related clippings include "Our Ships of War in Foreign Ports: A Proclamation by the President," "Abraham Lincoln: Interview between the President and Goldwin Smith," a poem entitled "The Flag of the Union," "To the Heroes of America" by Joseph Rodman Drake, "Sumner's Place in History," and a poem "There's Victory with Grant" by James W. Husted. The laid in articles continue after the war with two articles about the President's death and some about Andrew Johnson's presidency with one article quoting General Ambrose Burnside's speech in New York following Lincoln's death, "it is our duty and the duty of the country now to support Andrew Johnson; and I am glad to be able to say that he is worthy of the support of the people." An interesting accumulation of ephemera collected during the Civil War era. .

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        De lingua Othomitorum dissertatio, autore Emmanuele Naxera.

      Philadelphia: ex prelis James Kay, jun. ac fratris 4to (27 cm; 10.5"). [1] f. 48 pp.. 1835 Father Najera (1803–53) was a native of Mexico, a member of the Zacatecas Literary Academy, and a highly respected self-taught linguist, who while in political exile in Philadelphia in the 1830s presented this study of the Otomi language on 6 March 1835 before the membership of the American Philosophical Society. => With this publication, Najera became the first person to publish a study in the U.S. of any Mexican indigenous language. This edition is reprinted from the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society ("Ex quinto tomo novae seriei Actorum Societatis philosophiae americanae decerpta"). Provenance: Bookplate and small stamp of the Library of the Supreme Council, 33o, A.A.S.R., Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A. (i.e., Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite). 1870s-era half dark red morocco with marbled paper sides; title, author, and date of publication on leather of front cover. Front cover expertly reattached using Japanese long-fiber method, volume sound as well as handsome. Small stamp as above, on title-page and in one other place, with typical pencilling to former; scattered foxing. A very good copy.

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        Chatterton.

      Hippolyte Souverain, Paris 1835 - In-8 broché de (4)-229-(3) pp. 4 pp. de catalogue, couverture jaune imprimée. Edition originale. Titre-frontispice sur Chine d'Edouard May gravé à l'eau forte. Bel exemplaire. Carteret, II, 458 ; Escoffier, 1118 ; Vicaire, VII, 1061. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Mit hoher obrigkeitlicher Bewilligung werde ich die Ehre haben, mein außerordentlich Großes, mechanisches, noch nie gesehenes Kunsttheater vor dem Karlsthore in der zweiten Bude während der Dult zu zeigen. (Unterzeichner:) Steinl, Mechaniker aus Nürnberg.

      (München), ca. 1835.. Plakat mit gr. Holzschnitt (17 x 34 cm) und typographischem Text. Blattgr.: 39 x 45 cm. Der Mechaniker Johann Steinl aus Nürnberg ist historisch wenig zu fassen; er scheint glücklos einen von ihm konstruierten Wagen 1837 auf der Strecke der ersten deutschen Eisenbahn erprobt zu haben. - Hier führt er 10 verschiedene "Kunstfiguren" auf, die u. a. auf dem Seil verschiedenste Kunststücke vollbringen werden, die beiden Illustrationen geben dazu bereits einen schönen Eindruck. - Am rechten Rand leicht feuchtfleckig, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar!

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        Mit hoher obrigkeitlicher Bewilligung werde ich die Ehre haben, mein außerordentlich Großes, mechanisches, noch nie gesehenes Kunsttheater vor dem Karlsthore in der zweiten Bude während der Dult zu zeigen. (Unterzeichner:) Steinl, Mechaniker aus Nürnberg.

      (München), ca. 1835.Plakat mit gr. Holzschnitt (17 x 34 cm) und typographischem Text. Blattgr.: 39 x 45 cm. Der Mechaniker Johann Steinl aus Nürnberg ist historisch wenig zu fassen; er scheint glücklos einen von ihm konstruierten Wagen 1837 auf der Strecke der ersten deutschen Eisenbahn erprobt zu haben. - Hier führt er 10 verschiedene "Kunstfiguren" auf, die u. a. auf dem Seil verschiedenste Kunststücke vollbringen werden, die beiden Illustrationen geben dazu bereits einen schönen Eindruck. - Am rechten Rand leicht feuchtfleckig, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar! Bücher de

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        Histoire et Description des Principales Villes de l'Europe. Nimes - Berne - Trente et Inspruck.

      Paris, chez Desenne 1835 - 3 parties en 1 volume. Complet des 27 gravures HT. Complet et controlé. 1° France, Nimes par D. Nisard - 188 pages - 10 gravures hors texte. 2° Suisse, Berne par Stapfer - 136 pages - 7 gravures hors-texte. 3° Tyrol, Trente et Inspruck par Mercey - 176 pages - 10 gravures hors-texte. Illustrations par Rouargue, Mercey et Havell, Courtin et Harding, etc. Seules parties parues de cette ambitieuse publication. Paris, chez Desenne - 1835. Reliure demi-veau vert de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré. Tranches marbrées. Quelques rousseurs. Bon état. Format in-4°(28x20). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Episcopatus Nitriensis eiusque Praesulum Memoria . et Civitatis Nitriensis.

      Presburg Belnay 1835 - X, 467 SS., 1 Bl. mit 2 Stst.- Ansichten, 8°. Or.- Hldr. der Zeit. Seltene Stadtgeschichte von Nitra ( Neutra ). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Early American cabinetmaker's manuscript design book with unrecorded printed broadside

      "Holley, NY". [1835]. "Small 4to notebook (approx. 8"" x 6¼"") bound in original half calf over marbled boards, containing approximately 80 leaves with manuscript entries and designs composed and drawn in ink and pencil; some blank pages scattered throughout. Three loose scraps containing designs laid in. Moderate wear, dampstaining to endpapers, otherwise very good. The accompanying letterpress broadside reads ""Holley Cabinet Ware House. C. Richardson would inform the people of Holley, and vicinity, that he still continues the cabinet making business 3 doors south of Perry's Tavern..."" Brockport, [NY], 1835. Broadside measures 14"" x 11"" and is printed in various fonts with a central composite image of period furniture, including a dresser, chairs, settee, and wash stand, the text within a thick ornamental border. Some of the illustrations on the broadside are taken, apparently, from drawings in the accompanying manuscript. The broadside appears to be unrecorded. At the beginning of the 19th century, the furniture industry in America saw a sudden shift of its epicenter from Philadelphia to New York. Dubbed the ""London of America,"" it was thought at the time that New York would in fact be the leader in business in the United States. To facilitate the cabinetmaking industry a new directory for cabinetmakers in New York was published in 1805 and various guides were issued helping craftsmen to price their furniture. Styles were elegant and influenced highly by the European furniture which was also being imported into New York. Phyfe, Allison, and Ash produced some of the finest examples of furniture from that period. However, although the high styles of the time may have been determined by these well known cabinetmakers, others imitated and added their own interpretations. ""Eventually cabinetmakers in upstate towns and villages who picked up New York City styles rendered their own versions. Using local woods, this furniture evokes a spirit of the time with a dash of country charm. As trends in New York State furniture moved upstate, they also spread across the country. New York remained in the forefront of furniture design and production until the end of the nineteenth century."" (Scherer, Federal Period 6). This fine group of material illustrates an 1830's provincial craftsman working in the newly fashionable Empire-style designs. Among the more fully executed designs in this notebook are a washstand, stool, dressing tables, and secretaries, each with detailed measurements. Some are titled, such as ""French Bureau,"" ""Grecian Card Table,"" and ""Portable Secretary."" Others may have been sketched during a trip to York, Ontario (now Toronto), including ""York Bureau No. 1 and 2."" The book also includes details of carving designs, such as foliage, scrolls, turning profiles, and volutes. In the back of the volume are several recipes for varnishes and stains, some intended to imitate more expensive materials such as mahogany, curly maple, and marble. Many of these recipes are credited to other cabinet-makers residing in Ontario and northern New England. The notebook is not signed, but was kept between 1830 and 1833. Both items were inherited by Gertrude (Cole) Simmons (1895- 1985) of an old Holley-area family. Her grandmother was Ellen Maria (Richardson) Cowles (1838-1873), who may have been the daughter of the cabinet maker suggesting in all likelihood that the notebook was accomplished by C. Richarson who issued the 1835 broadside in Holley, NY. See Finkelman, Encyclopedia of the New American Nation: The Emergence of the United States, 1754-1829. Detroit, 2006; Scherer, New York Furniture: The Federal Period, 1788-1825. Albany, 1988; and, Scherer, New York Furniture at the New York State Museum, Alexandria, VA, 1984."

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        [Scrapbook]: 1830s Tanner's Ledger used as Civil War Scrapbook

      Utica, New York. circa 1835-1870. Tall folio. Measuring 16" x 6.5". Marbled paper boards with leather spine and corners. A tanner's ledger with 22 of the pages used as a scrapbook before and during the American Civil War. Very good with moderate age-toning and rubbing. The original ledger was used by a tanner in Utica, New York from about 1835 to 1845 and all pages were completely filled in by the tanner. It was reused 15 years later as a scrapbook with newspaper clippings, many of which are from the Utica Morning Herald, affixed over the customer information, with many additional clippings laid in throughout. A large majority are short stories, serials, poems, and satire written in the late 1850s such as "Rules for Sleeping in Church," "The Maiden's Confusion" by Mrs. Ann S. Stevens, "The Occultation of Orion" by Longfellow, and a piece entitled "On April" by Henry Ward Beecher. One article with the headline, "The New Era: Important Speech by the President," from April 11, 1865, includes the entire transcript from Abraham Lincoln's last public address given two days after the surrender of Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Army. Other war related clippings include "Our Ships of War in Foreign Ports: A Proclamation by the President," "Abraham Lincoln: Interview between the President and Goldwin Smith," a poem entitled "The Flag of the Union," "To the Heroes of America" by Joseph Rodman Drake, "Sumner's Place in History," and a poem "There's Victory with Grant" by James W. Husted. The laid in articles continue after the war with two articles about the President's death and some about Andrew Johnson's presidency with one article quoting General Ambrose Burnside's speech in New York following Lincoln's death, "it is our duty and the duty of the country now to support Andrew Johnson; and I am glad to be able to say that he is worthy of the support of the people." An interesting accumulation of ephemera collected during the Civil War era. .

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        Neue Wirbelthiere zu der Fauna von Abyssinien gehörig, entdekt und beschrieben.

      - Frankfurt am Main, S. Schmerber, 1835 (-1840). Folio (390 x 280mm). pp. (8), 40; 116; (2), 18; (4), 148; with 95 lithographed plates of which 81 finely hand-coloured. Contemporary red half morocco, spine in 6 compartments with gilt lettering (slightly rubbed). A unusually clean and fine copy of this important work on African zoology. All plates have a unobtrusive blind stamp not affecting the illustration. "The publication was a great expense to Rüppell as the work hardly obtained sixty subscribers in the whole of Europe. Four animal groups are dealt with, mammals, birds, amphibia, and fishes from the Red Sea. The work forms a sequel to Rüppell's 'Atlas zu einer Reise im nördlichen Afrika' published in 1826-1828" (Anker 434). The expedition was organized in close cooperation with the Senckenbergische Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Frankfurt. The work is composed as follows: Säugethiere, with 14 (1 plain) coloured plates; Vögel, with 42 coloured plates; Amphibien, with 6 coloured plates; Fische des rothen Meeres, with 33 (13 plain) coloured plates.Nissen ZBI, 3505. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Guide to the Beauties of Glyn Neath

      Paternoster Row - London.: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green., 1835 1835, VG, with Hand Painted Plates. In contemporary cloth, gilt title, corners & edges lightly bumped & worn. Spine, relayed, no title. Internally, additional tissue guarded, engraved titlepage with vignette, [3], (iv-v), [1], 7-85 pp, [1], 19 pls (complete & tissue guarded, including double page map, leaf of music & the frontis), printed by John Wright, 18, Bridge-Street, Bristol, small scratches to covers, mid 20c endpapers, pages 7 & 9 with ms page numbers, 2 small professional paper repairs, some light edge browning. A stunning production, possible with as few as 28 copies produced, with each plate HAND painted on card & tipped in, each with ms title. Young was probably also responsible for a proposal for the publishing of British Ornithology or History of British Birds between 1800-1810, 8vo again with hand coloured plates. (Abbey Scenery 532. Anderson 350. Jenkins - Glamorgan Historian V5 p61-101. Yerburgh - An attempt to depict the Vale of Neath 2001 p100). Young was involved with the Cambrian Pottery of Weston Dillwyn anf became a major investor in the Nantgarw Potter and developed the Dinas Firebrick!

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        Eigenh. Schriftstück.

      O. O., [nach 1835]. - ¾ S. Qu.-kl.-4to. "Starks meteorol[ogisches]s Jahrbuch [.] / Cuviers Thierreich, von Voigt [.] / annales de Mines [.] / de Kirckhoff hist. des maladies observées à l'armée française [.] / address of Earl Stanhope to the medico-botanical Society".

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        Narrative of a second voyage in search of a North-west Passage :

      Orlando Hudgson, London, ca. 1835. - 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 north magnetic pole. Mit 21 Stahlstichtafeln, 1 Blatt, 136 Seiten, Halblederband der Zeit, 27,5 x 22 cm, Einband berieben, innen sauber. Recht seltenen Variante der Originalausgabe (Webster) mit dem vollständigen Text, allerdings mit wesentlich kleineren Lettern gedruckt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Biographical Novel of Com. Jesse D. Elliott; Containing a Review of the Controversy Between Him and the Late Commodore Perry; and a History of the Figure-Head of the U.S. Frigate Constitution

      Philadelphia; Printed for the Author 1835 - First edition that was long ago rebound into antique marbled boards and cloth spine with leather title label on the spine. Signed by what looks to be "Elliott Wright" in ink. See photos. Some foxing on first couple of pages; other pages pristine. For its age book is in VERY GOOD condition. Very rare copy. Mylar cover. See photos. Some attribute authorship of this book to James Fennimore Cooper. "E"lliott (DePace) (PM) Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans., "Brandenburg an der Havel".

      - kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. O. Hermann ( Druck Sachse & Co.) n. Hintze b. Paetz & Co in Brandenburg, 1835, 31 x 51,5 Sehr seltene Ansicht ! Berndt, Märkische Ansichten, Nr. 473. - Blick vom Marienberg zur Stadt. - Im Himmel leichte Abriebstellen ( nicht störend ).

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        Gesamtans., Blick auf Schloß Sayn und die Burgruine, links die Eisenhütte, ("Saynerhütte und das Schloss zu Sayn").

      - Lithographie v. Osterwald n. C. Osterwald, um 1835, 39 x 58 Seltenes und dek. Blatt. - Die Ansicht ist bis zur Bildkante beschnitten und montiert

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        14 September 1835¿Grant to Thomas Havens¿200 acres¿Township of Dawn, County of Kent, Western District Upper Canada--Recorded 7 October 1835 by D. Cameron.

      1835 - 36x44cm. 14 September 1835¿Grant to Thomas Havens¿200 acres¿Township of Dawn, County of Kent, Western District Upper Canada--Recorded 7 October 1835 by D. Cameron. Thomas Havens, son of John Havens, United Empire Loyalist, lived in the township of Pittsburgh, in Frontenac County. Detailed description of boundaries of grant in pale ink. Signatures of Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada Sir John Colborne, of Attorney General of Upper Canada Robert S. Jameson and of Provincial Secretary and Registrar D. Cameron With Seal Titre original de concession de 200 acres de terre à Thomas Havens dans le township de Dawn, comté de Kent, district de l¿Ouest, Haut-Canada, le 14 septembre 1835, enregistré le 7 octobre 1835 par D. Cameron. Thomas Havens, fils de John Havens, loyaliste, habitait dans le canton de Pittsburgh, comté de Frontenac. Description détaillée des limites de la concession à l¿encre pâle. Signatures du lieutenant-gouverneur du Haut-Canada Sir John Colborne, du procureur général du Haut-Canada Robert S. Jameson et du secrétaire de la province D. Cameron. Avec sceau [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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