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        Le Nouveau Moïse [From La Caricature (Jounal) No. 230

      Editeur: Aubert, Galerie Véro Dodat, Paris, France 1835 - Lithograph, in acid free Mylar envelope, from issue 230 (2 April 1935) which consisted for four pages of text and two caricatures. This is one of them. It depicts a satirical scene of a judge wielding a stick "the indictment" after hitting the rocky mountain, on the wall of which appear the words "Press Freedom." It uses the Biblical theme of Moses hitting the rock to get water to flow from it for the Israelites. At the summit of the cliff are flags representing the Republican newspaper of the July Monarchy (The "National", the "Tribune", "Charivari", "La Caricature"). This mountain or rock has a waterfall of money that a motley crowd is quick to collect. This cartoon is about the government crackdown against the press, leading to the Act of September 1835. Between July 1830 to September 1834, there were 520 lawsuits against the press, substantial prison sentences against journalists and heavy fines. At the bottom right of the lithograph, "lith Delaunois." Delaunois was Lithographer Printer who worked at Charivari, a weekly Republican satirical journal founded by Charles Philippon. It ran between November 4, 1830 and 1835 and the the Act of September dealt it a fatal blow. It was published every Thursday with 4 pages of text and one or two lithographs. The journal was sued, journalists put on trial and found guilty, many times. See article on "La Caricature" in the Larousse, Dic. Univ. nineteenth century, t. 3. Scène satirique représentant un juge brandissant un bâton "le réquisitoire" après avoir frappé la montagne, sur la paroi de laquelle est incrit : "Liberté de la Presse". A son sommet figurent des drapeaux au nom de différents journaux républicains de la Monarchie de Juillet (Le "National", La "Tribune", "Charivari", "La Caricature"). De cette montagne jaillit une cascade d'argent qu'une foule bigarrée s'empresse de recueillir. Cette caricature a pour sujet les mesures répressives du gouvernement contre la presse, aboutissant à la loi de septembre 1835. De juillet 1830 à septembre 1834, il y a eu 520 procès contre la presse, d'importantes peines de prisons contre les journalistes ainsi que de très lourdes amendes. au-dessous du tr. c. à dr. : "lith. Delaunois" Delaunois: Imprimeur lithographe. A collaboré au Charivari. Au sujet de "La Caricature": Journal satirique républicain hebdomadaire fondé par Charles Philippon, tirages entre le 4 nov. 1830 et fin 1835 (la loi de septembre fut fatale). Parution, tous les jeudis de 4 pages de texte et de une voire deux lithographies. Il a connu de nombreux procès, eu de nombreuses condamnations. Voir article consacré à "La Caricature" dans le Larousse, Dic. Univ. du XIXe siècle, t. 3. Histoire et mythologie

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        Prag im neunzehnten Jahrhunderte. / Prague au dix-neuvième siècle. Eine Auswahl der schönsten Ansichten, nach der Natur gezeichnet von V. Morstadt, gestochen von F. Geissler in Nürnberg. Mit erklärendem Texte. / Choix des plus belles vues dessinées d`après nature par V. Morstadt, gravées par F. Geissler à Nuremberg. Avec un texte explicatif.

      Prag: Borrosch und André, 1835 - Unpag.: 11 Bl. Text in deutsch u. französisch; 1 Bl.: Panorama von Prag, Blattgr. 21,5 x 77,5 cm, Plattengr. 13 x 71 cm, 2fach gefaltet; 3 weitere Stiche. Quer-8° (21,5 x 34,5 cm); Orig. Halbln. m. gest. Deckeltitel. - Laut Vorwort der Verleger handelt es sich um Kupferstiche: ". Übrigens glauben die Verleger, die Wahl des Kupferstiches für ihr Werk nicht erst rechtfertigen zu müssen. Daß die Lithographie auch bei kunstgemäßer Behandlung für Städte-Ansichen, wo das Vorherrschen von Architektur scharf bezeichnete Umrisse und sorgfältige Ausführung zahlloser Kleinigkeiten fordert, nicht anwendbar ist, haben viele mißlungene Werke bewiesen. . Die Verleger (haben) für den Stich einen der ersten Künstler Deutschlands gewonnen, dessen gleichmäßige Meisterschaft in der Behandlung des Architektonischen wie des Landschaftlichen auch vom Auslande rühmlichst anerkannt ist." Es folgen eine allgemeine Beschreibung der Stadt Prag und eine detaillierte Beschreibung des vorliegenden "Panorama von Prag, aufgenommen im Gloriet des Gräflich Schönborn’schen Gartens am Laurenzberg". Die anderen Stiche zeigen: 1) Dom von St. Veit, Mittagseite; 2) Hradschin, vom neuen Wege aus gesehen; 3) Obere Neustadt. Abendseite, aus dem Fürstlich Kinsky`schen Garten gesehen. Laut montiertem Handzettel folgt "der erklärende Text zu den Ansichten von der Domkirche, dem Hradschin und der Neustadt, welche die zweite Lieferung bilden, mit der dritten Lieferung". - Umschlag stärker berieben u. braunfleckig, Ecken u. Kanten bestoßen, (neuerer?) Leinenrücken m. kl. Quetschfalten. Die in zwei Spalten (dt. / frz.) angeordneten Textblätter stark stockfl. u. am oberen Rand m. halbrunden braunen Flecken (Kaffee? Brand?) u. Rändern, auf den beiden letzten Blättern bis in den Text hinein. Auch auf dem Panorama 2x etw. schwächerer Abklatsch dieses Flecks, Blatt außerdem etw. stockfl. u. (rand)gebräunt. Die drei kleinen Ansichten mit sich vergrößerndem (Brand?)Loch im linken Randbereich (das größte 2 cm Durchm.) u. stockfleckig, die Stiche selbst jedoch unbeschädigt und recht sauber. Trotz des sehr mäßigen Zustandes wird dieses Album aufgrund seiner Seltenheit und Qualität angeboten. H/GS5 - Please ask for detailed information in English / Demandez des détails en francais s.v.p. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 250 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette.

      Washington: Gales and Seaton,, 1835. Delivered at the request of both houses of the Congress of the United States, before them, in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the 31st December, 1834. Octavo (215 x 128 mm). Original presentation binding of red morocco grain skiver , decorative gilt flat spine, single-line gilt border on sides, yellow edges, pale green endpapers. Spine split and a little worn, joints split but holding, a few scrapes to covers, a few leaves toned, without the tipped-in leaf bearing Adams's presentation inscription (found in a number of copies). An attractive, unsophisticated copy. First edition, printed on thick paper and in a style of binding that was favoured by the Adams dynasty for decades. An important speech by a great American honouring the memory of a great Frenchman, the Marquis de Lafayette, hero of the Revolutionary War, who had died in May 1834. Adams and Lafayette had been personally close.

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        Passaic Falls, New Jersey

      Philadelphia: published by Thomas T. Ash, 1835. Aquatint by Hill after Shaw, coloured by hand. Good condition. Fine French washline mat. A rare example of a print from an extremely rare work that is now considered to be a 'milestone in American printmaking ... a foundation book for American color-plate publication, being the first publication in the United States of large colored landscapes essentially scenic in effect" (Koke). This bucoloic scene of the Passaic falls in New Jersey is from a suite of twenty plates published under the general title 'Picturesque Views of American Scenery'. The original intention had been to publish 36 plates in six parts but the work was abandoned after only four parts had appeared (published primarily by Matthew Carey & Son). Thomas Ash acquired the rights to the set and republished them in 1835. Any examples from either edition are now rare. Joshua Shaw, a British-born landscape artist of note, was inspired by the magificence of the American landscape ("in no other quarter of the globe are the majesty and loveliness of nature more strikingly conspicuous than in America."). Shaw set out to popularise the picturesque in America. His beautiful images were skillfully interpreted by engraver John Hill and the results can rightly be said to have been one of elements which led to the growth of what became the Hudson River School of landscape painting. The popularity of the Hudson River School from the mid-1820s onwards, paid dividends for the Shaw's work as well and Thomas Ash was encouraged to reprint the series in 1835. Deak 315.15; cf. Fielding 644-662; cf. Howes S345; Koke, Checklist of John Hill 51 (2nd state); cf. Reese, American Color Plate Books 5; cf. Stauffer 1343; cf. Stokes III:567; cf. Sabin 79935.

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        Chronologische Sammlung der Verordnungen und Verfügungen für die Herzogtümer Schleswig und Holstein : 1835-1848

      Königliche Schulbuchhandlung, Kiel 1835 - Vorhanden sind 14 Bände des Zeitraumes von 1835-1848, je Band ca. 350 Seiten, einige Bände auch wesentlich umfangreicher. Originalpappbände der Zeit. Teilweise lädiert, berieben, bestoßen. Bibliotheksvermerke, 8°. ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Proof engravings on India paper for Tuner's Annual Tour 1833 [Wanderings by the Loire], 1834 [Wanderings by the Seine] & 1835 [Wanderings by the Seine]

      [London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1835. 61 proof engravings on INDIA PAPER mounted on thick paper, comprising 21 before letters for 1833; 20 with letters for 1834; 20 with letters for 1835. 1 vols. Folio. Modern crimson half morocco and cloth, by James MacDonald and Co, New York. Some staining at end of last part in upper margins, not affecting the images. 61 proof engravings on INDIA PAPER mounted on thick paper, comprising 21 before letters for 1833; 20 with letters for 1834; 20 with letters for 1835. 1 vols. Folio. Proofs on India Paper of Turner's Annual Tours of the Rivers of France. Proofs on India paper of a complete set of the steel-engraved illustrations to Turner's Annual Tours. The three tours, published with text by Leitch Ritchie, were later reissued in 1837 as The Rivers of France. Ray notes that "Turner achieved his best landscapes on steel in this series". Ray, England, 16; Rawlinson XLVIa-c (nos. 432-492)

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        Souvenirblatt, Mittelbild umgeben von 18 Teilansichten, "Aussicht von der Bastey nach der Morgenseite".

      - Kupferstich a. a. China v. Ludw. Schütze n. Otto Wagner b. Morasch & Skerl in Dresden, um 1835, 33,5 x 46 Das Mittelbbild - mit weitem Blick in die Sächs. Schweiz - ist umgeben von 18 Teilansichten. Sie zeigen: Schandau, Kuhstall, grosser Winterberg, Rosenberg, Prebischtor, Herrnkretschen, . Hockstein, Hohnstein, . Lilienstein, Königstein, Lohmen, Pirna .

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        Sächsische Schweiz. - Bastei. - Souvenirblatt. - Ludwig Schütze. - "Ansicht Von Der Bastey Nach Der Morgenseite".

      - Kupferstich, um 1835. Von Ludwig Schütze, nach Otto Wagner. 33,8 x 46,0 cm (Darstellung) / 44 x 56,5 cm (Blatt). Unterhalb der Darstellung betitelt, mit anschließender Dedikation an Prinz Friedrich August von Sachsen. Unten rechts signiert. Jede der 18 Einzeldarstellung betitelt, so im Uhrzeigersinn: Schandau, Kuhstall, Gr. Winterberg, Rosenberg, Prebischthor, Herrnskretschen, Stiege ad. Kuhstall, Pfaffenloch, Hockstein, Hohnstein, Brand b. Hohnstein, Lilienstein, Koenigstein, Lohmen, Pirna, Ottowaldergrund, Amselfall, Bruecke a. d. Bastey. - Verlegt bei Kunsthandlung Morasch & Skerl in Dresden. - Blatt teils knickspurig und angeschmutzt, mit restaurierten Einrissen im oberen Rand. Papier im Bereich der Plattenkante teilweise brüchig. Verso Reste alter Montierung. Im Bereich der Darstellung noch guter, im Randbereich eher mäßiger Zustand. Ludwig Schütze (um 1807 Dresden - nach 1840 Dresden). Deutscher Kupfer- und Stahlstecher. Schüler von Johann Philipp Veith und Anton Reindel. Ab 1827 in Nürnberg tätig. 1833-37 in Laxenburg, Baden und im Helenental. Bekannt wurde seine Folge 'Ischl und seine Umgebungen' (Dresden 1840). Otto Wagner (1803 Torgau - 1861 Dresden). Deutscher Landschafts- und Architekturmaler. Ab 1816 Schüler der Dresdner Akademie und Johann Gottfried Jentzschs. 1830/31 Studienreise nach Rom. Später auch als Hof-Dekorationsmaler tätig. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Mit Allerhöchster Bewilligung wird heute ... die in mehreren Zeitungen rühmlichst erwähnte Theres Lindmeier ein Mechanisches Theater, und in demselben Experimente aus dem Gebiete der Physik, Chemie und natürlichen Magie zu zeigen die Ehre haben.

      (München), ca. 1835.Einblattdruck mit typographischem Text in Bordüre. Blattgr.: 38 x 22 cm. Eine der seltenen Damen, die mit einer eigenen Produktion unterwegs waren - leider konnte ich über Frl. Lindmeier nicht viel mehr herausfinden, als das sie wohl noch sehr jung war bei einem 1833 in bayerischen Zeitungen vermerkten Auftritt. Bücher de

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      Philadelphia: E. C. Biddle, 1835. Hand-coloured lithograph by Lehman & Duval after C. B. King. In excellent condition. A fine image from McKenney and Hall's 'Indian Tribes of North America': `One of the most important [works] ever published on the American Indians' (Field),` a landmark in American culture' (Horan) and an invaluable contemporary record of a vanished way of life. Pashepahaw was a Sauk chieftain, known as the Stabber. He was a colleague and ally of Keokuk, and, therefore opposed to Black Hawk. When Pashepahaw visited Washington in 1824, McKenney asked about him and learned that he had been insulted by an Indian agent (one of McKenney's men) and had promised to kill the man. A medicine man named Taimah learned of this and, though quite ill, traveled a considerable distance to warn the agent, who was ready when Pashepahaw arrived, and thus a frontier war was prevented. Pashepahaw was forced to back down, but kept his hair long thereafter. He lived long enough to be painted as an old man by George Catlin, who called him "a very venerable old man." McKenney and Hall's 'Indian Tribes of North America' has long been renowned for its faithful portraits of Native Americans. The portraits are largely based on paintings by the artist Charles Bird King, who was employed by the War Department to paint the Indian delegates visiting Washington D.C., forming the basis of the War Department's Indian Gallery. Most of King's original paintings were subsequently destroyed in a fire at the Smithsonian, and their appearance in McKenney and Hall's magnificent work is thus our only record of the likenesses of many of the most prominent Indian leaders of the nineteenth century. Numbered among King's sitters were Sequoyah, Red Jacket, Major Ridge, Keokuk and Wapello. After six years as Superintendent of Indian Trade, Thomas McKenney had become concerned for the survival of the Western tribes. He had observed unscrupulous individuals taking advantage of the Native Americans for profit, and his vocal warnings about their future prompted his appointment by President Monroe to the Office of Indian Affairs. As first director, McKenney was to improve the administration of Indian programs in various government offices. His first trip was during the summer of 1826 to the Lake Superior area for a treaty with the Chippewa, opening mineral rights on their land. In 1827, he journeyed west again for a treaty with the Chippewa, Menominee , and Winebago in the present state of Michigan. His journeys provided an unparalleled opportunity to become acquainted with Native American tribes. When President Jackson dismissed him from his government post in 1830, McKenney was able to turn more of his attention to his publishing project. Within a few years, he was joined by James Hall, a lawyer who had written extensively about the west. McKenney and Hall saw their work as a way of preserving an accurate visual record of a rapidly disappearing culture. (Gilreath). Cf. Howes M129; cf. Bennett 79; cf. Field 992; cf. Lipperheide Mc 4; cf. Reese American Color Plate Books 24; cf. Sabin 43410a; Horan 194.

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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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        Boston & Maine Railroad Locomotive Glass Negatives (23)

      Good. 0. Photo. Boston and Maine Railroad Locomotives: 23 Glass negatives of various locomotives. Eleven 4" x 5" plates, twelve 5" x 7" plates. Each plates in envelope with location and/or engine type and view. Photographer unknown but the several note that "Dad" was the engineer or photographer. Did not find records ot these begin published but several have crop notes for lay-out purposes. One plate lists F.W. Smith (on plate) as possible photographer? Two plates broken but remaining 21 plates in good condition with most of the emulsion present, some with chipping emulsion mostly not affecting view. And two plates with apparent hand-coloring in the sky area. The Boston and Maine Railroad was chartered in New Hampshire on June 27, 1835, and the Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts Railroad was incorporated March 12, 1839, in Maine, both companies continuing the proposed line to South Berwick, Maine. The railroad opened in 1840 to Exeter, New Hampshire, and on January 1, 1842, the two companies merged with the Boston and Portland to form a new Boston and Maine Railroad. With "The Boston and Maine Railroad: A History of the Main Road, with its Tributary Lines" by Francis B.C. Bradlee, Essex Institute, Salem, Mass 1921.; Photographic Image .

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        Naturgeschichte in Bildern mit erläuterndem Text. 2. Lieferung, Vögel. (3. Aufl.). 2 Bde. Düsseldorf, Arnz & Co., (um 1835). Lith. Tit., 141 S.; 150 altkol. lith. Taf. Quer-4°. Marm. Hldr.-Bde. d. Zt. mit RVerg. und RSch. (Kanten beschabt).

       1835 Nissen ZBI 4008 und IVB 899.- Prächtiges Vogelwerk mit schönem Kolorit.- Stellenweise leicht braunfleckig, 1 Einriß. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        The American Gardener's Magazine, and register . Vol. I.

      Russell, Shattuck and Williams and Hovey and Company, Boston 1835 - (8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches). vii, [1], 472pp. Hand-coloured lithograph. Expertly bound to style in half calf over period marbled paper covered boards, marbled endpapers and edges The first volume of Hovey's rare nurseryman's periodical: the first periodical in the United States devoted to horticulture. An important early American horticultural periodical, under the joint editorship of the Hoveys, this work was published a decade before his landmark The Fruits of America (1847-53), the most beautiful American work on fruits produced in the 19th century and the first American book illustrated entirely with chromolithographs. In addition to the esteemed editors, contributors include noted authors and seedsmen Edward Sayers, Robert Manning, John Lewis Russell, Grant Thorburn, William Kenrick, Charles and Andrew Jackson Downing, and Marshal Wilder (representing the earliest appearances in print for the latter three gentlemen). It also includes otherwise unpublished estate gardeners such as Peter Mackenzie, David Haggerston, and Thomas Willott. Regular articles on visits to prominent Northeastern gardens provide valuable documentation of otherwise lost or forgotten sites. Expert cultural information, records of varities, implements, fashions, and more abound in the work. "Hovey was a nurseryman in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where his collection of fruit trees about 1845 included a thousand pears and four hundred apples, as well as other fruit. The variety of strawberry bearing his name, which he developed and introduced in 1838, grew large, firm fruit on more productive plants, and its popularity lasted for about fifty years. His experiments in plant breeding produced new varieties of camelia too, and he also founded the American Gardeners' Magazine in 1834" (Oak Spring Pomona). A second volume of this periodical was published the year following the present first volume; the name of the journal was subsequently changed to Hovey's Magazine of Horticulture . Oak Spring Pomona, p.161; Sabin 33207. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Friedrich Heinrich Ludwig (Berlin 18. 01. 1726 - 03. 08. 1802 Rheinsberg). Prinz von Preussen. Bruder von Friedrich II. Ganzportrait zu Pferde vor kämpfenden Truppen, "Prinz Heinrich von Preussen".

      - Lithographie ( a. a. China ) mit Bordüre v. Alfred Bournye ( Druck W. Korn in Bln.) n. Camphausen b. Lüderitz in Berlin, um 1835, 46 x 51 ( oval ) - Blattgr. 76 x 60 (H) Heinrich von Preussen war das 13. Kind von König Friedrich Wilhelm I in Preussen und dessen Frau Sophie Dorothea von Hannover. Im Jahr 1740 begann seine militärische Ausbildung durch Oberst von Stille. An beiden schlesischen Kriegen war er beteiligt und wurde 1745 zum Generalmajor befördert. Im siebenj. Krieg stieg Heinrich zeitweise zum Oberkommandierenden der preuss. Truppen auf. Danach betätigte er sich als Diplomat und bereitete auf verschiedenen Reisen die erste poln. Teilung vor. - Bruder von Friedrich II.

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        Die Kunst durchsichtiges Porzellan und weißes Steingut mit durchsichtiger Glasur anzufertigen. Nebst einer gründlichen Anleitung zur Erbauung der einfachsten und vortheilhaftesten Massemühlen, Schlemmerei, Massenkochöfen, Brennöfen, und Abdrehmaschinen, sowie einer ausführlichen Abhandlung über die Laboration der Mineralfarben für Porzellan - , Steingut - und Glasmalerei, mit der nöthigen Anweisung zur Erbauung der zum Einschmelzen angewandten Holz - und Kohlemuffeln.

      Weimar, Voigt 1835.Mit 1 lithogr. Portrait und 9 lithogr. Taf. IX, 288 S. HLdr. d. Zt. (Neuer Schauplatz der Künste u. Handwerke, Bd. 75). - Das hübsche Frontispiz zeigt Johann Friedrich Boettger. - Einbanddecken etwas fleckig, Gelenke am unteren Rücken bestoßen. Titel gestempelt. Wenig braunfleckig. Bücher de

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      1835 - London: J. Henshall, c.1835. Coloured. 400 x 650mm Highly detailed double-page map of London, showing from Kensington Palace east to the Isle of Dogs, and the Oval north to Islington. The SDUK published two versions of this town plan: this is the more desirable, with two vignettes of the Tower of London from London Bridge and London from Holloway, with lengths of bridges shown and with elevations of principal buildings along the bottom margin.

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        \"Quadrilles parées, costumées executées à la cour de Sa Majesté le Roi de Bavière le 3 fevrier 1835 représentant ... les principaux personnages de Quentin Durward\" etc. Sechs Darstellungen auf sechs Blättern. Namentlich bekannte Persönlichkeiten des diplomatischen Corps, des Hofes und des bayerischen Adels haben sich nach den Charakteren des Romans von W. Scott verkleidet für den Faschingsball bei König Ludwig I. am 3.2. 1835.

       6 altkolorierte Lithographien von J. Kürzinger nach J.Ch. Fries bzw. F.X. Nachtmann bei Hermann, München, 1835, je ca. 24 x 19 cm. Lentner 2656: \"aufs feinste colorierte Tafeln\"; Thieme-Becker Bd. XII, S. 484: J.G.C. Fries, Kostümier am Hoftheater: \"J. Kürzinger hat Szenen von einem Hofball 1835, dessen Kostüme F(ries) entworfen hatte, auf Stein gezeichnet.\" - Vorhanden: 1. \"La Comtesse Isabelle de Croye. Quentin Durward\", dargestellt von Amalie Freiin v. Krüdener (1808-1888, Gemahlin des Alexander Freiherr v. Krüdener, Russischer Geschäftsträger in München), und Monsieur de Reinhard. 2. \"Dames de la suite de la Princesse Jeanne\", dargestellt von Gräfin Leopoldine d`Arco, verwittwete Kurfürstin v. Bayern (1776-1848, als Comtesse de Guines), Gräfin von Bassenheim (als Comtesse de Joigny) und Baronin von Gumppenberg-Pöttmes (als Marquise de Monserrat). 3. \"Garde écossaise\", dargestellt von Graf Arco Zinneberg und Monsieur Erskine (David Montagu, 1776-1855, britischer Gesandter in München. 4. \"Philippe de Commines. Charles le téméraire\", dargestellt von Prinz Ivan de Gagarin (1814-1882, russischer Botschaftsattaché in München, seit 1843 Jesuit) und Graf von Koutousoff. 5. \"Le Sire d`Hymbercourt. Tiel Wetzweiler\", dargestellt von Baron Charles de Buseck und Baron F. de Buseck. 6. \"Héraut d`armes\", dargestellt von Monsieur Barton. - Leuchtendes Altkolorit! Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Brauchtum, Fasching, München, Oberbayern

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        Manuscript facsimile:] Extracts from a Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne, Quickened with Metrical Illustrations; and disposed into Lotteries both Morall and Divine that Instruction, and God Counsell, may be furthered by an Honest and Pleasant Recreation. Revised and Illuminated.

      1835 1835 - Octavo (218 x 175 mm). Contemporary brown full levant morocco binding, titles to spine gilt, decorations to boards and spine in blind, metal clasps, all edges gilt. Joints expertly repaired, boards rubbed and scuffed, slight offsetting to a few tissue guards, occasional minor blemishes. An excellent copy. Manuscript facsimile in black and gold ink, historiated capitals and tailpieces, 28 full-page original watercolour and ink paintings with gilt embellishments, including frontispiece portrait of George Wither. An early Victorian manuscript facsimile reproducing 27 entries and their illustrations taken from George Wither's famous emblem book, which was originally published in 1635. Although the illustrations are based on the original engravings by Dutch engraver Crispin de Passe they nonetheless convey their author's artistic originality through the use of bold colours and the addition of detailed borders. "In 1634 the London publisher Henry Taunton employed Wither to write the verses for engravings of Crispin de Passe which he had purchased and which originally appeared in Gabriel Rollenhagen's Emblems. Wither's volume, A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne, was published in 1635 with multiple dedications (.). Wither's treatment of the emblems is very different from that of Rollenhagen and characteristic of his Protestant plain style. The emblem book provides him with an opportunity to consider the relationship between form and substance or inner truth, attempting in his lengthy verses to tease out 'Verbal conceites' through 'plaine Invention' (Letter to the reader, A preposition to this frontispiece)" (ODNB). With a presentation inscription to the front free endpaper verso by the copyist, "JH", dated 1835. A fascinating 19th-century illuminated manuscript of a 17th-century text.

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        Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions in the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833

      London A W Webster 1835. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Original binding. Boards rubbed and marked. Corners worn. Front inner hinge mended. Binding firm. Foxing to plates, and some spotting to text. Large fold out map mended with tape. Previous owner's signature on fep. All plates and maps present First Edition Blue hardback cloth cover 300mm x 230mm (12" x 9"). xxxiii, 740pp. Including the Reports of James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole.

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        Travels in Ethiopia, Above the Second Cataract of the Nile; Exhibiting the State of That Country, and Its Various Inhabitants, Under the Dominion of Mohammed Ali; and Illustrating the Antiquities, Arts, and History of th

      London Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman 1835. G : in Good condition. Cover lightly rubbed. Slight darkening to page edges and scattered browning. Illustrations bright. Heraldic book-plate on paste-down with corresponding signature on ffep First Edition Half leather marbled board cover 290mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). xix, 367pp. 54 lithographed plates [2 hand-coloured, 4 chromolithographed] and one folding map. Book-plate of Edward Blore.

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        \"Ansicht der Stadt Tuttlingen\". Gesamtansicht aus halber Höhe auf dem Weg zum Witthoh, im Vordergrund ländliche Staffage.

       Altgouachierte Aquatinta von J. Sperli nach H. Neukom bei Locher, Zürich, 1835, 17 x 24,5 cm. Schefold 9562; Nebehay-Wagner 371. - Ohne Rand, in alter Linienumrandung montiert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        Große Schaustellung fremdgeborner Menschen.

      München, ca. 1835.Einblattdruck mit typographischem Text im Rahmen. Blattgr.: 38 x 24 cm. Sehr seltenes Plakat eines frühen Völkerschau - Unternehmers; zu bestaunen sind: a) Ein junger Indianer aus Madras. b) Eine Südamerikanerin aus Attingua (sic!), einer Insel der kleinen Antillen, welche ein ganz wollartiges Haar hat, und dem äthiopischen Geschlecht sehr nahe kommt; c) Eine Afrikanerin von der Küste Papua ... besonders merkwürdig durch ihr tatuirtes Gesicht und Tragen von Ringen in der Nase. - Diese menschlichen Exponate sollen dann noch gemeinsam in ihren Nationaltänzen auftreten. Zum Schluss wird gar noch eine Brillenschlange gezeigt. - Hill versichert die Echtheit der Nationalitäten, schließlich haben die Professoren Garthe und Heis die Menschen dementsprechend untersucht. Bücher de

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        Dolley Madison Signed Letter.

      1835. One page signed letter from Dolley Madison dated May 1, 1835, concerning her husband James Madison?'s illness. Also appears to be signed by James Madison on the top right address label. The letter reads, "Long After its date, dear Mrs. Thomas, I had the pleasure to receive your charming note, containing an emblem of constancy which I have carefully put away with other valuables. I must tell you, however, that this magic flower was not necessary to remind us of one, whom we so truly admired, and whose visit with her son, to Montpelier, is a bright gleam in our retrospections. I regret that Mrs. Grymes did not send it before she left our neighborhood, or inform me she had met you in Baltimore., in order that I might have made inquiries after you, your estimable Mother and your Sister, and have learnt from her whether you had left that place or where I should address you, being now at a loses, I shall commit this to our friend, Doctor Dunglison. My dear Husband is better, after several spells of illness during the Winter and Spring. He is not yet well enough to ride out, but my hopes of his recovery revive, even with this small amendment in the state of his health. Will you accept from him and from me, our inited and affectionate salutations? D.P. Madison May 1, 1835." "Orange C.H. June 5 VA. To the care of Mr. Skinner, P.M. Mrs. Thomas, Baltimore." I had the pleasure to receive your charming note

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        Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions in the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833

      A W Webster, London 1835 - xxxiii, 740pp. Including the Reports of James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole. Language: eng G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Original binding. Boards rubbed and marked. Corners worn. Front inner hinge mended. Binding firm. Foxing to plates, and some spotting to text. Large fold out map mended with tape. Previous owner's signature on fep. All plates and maps present [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Doctor und Apotheker. Kolorierte Original-Lithographie eines Arztes im Streit mit einem Apotheker um 1835. Komisches Duett für Baryton und Bass mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt von C. Braun

      Stuttgart: Verlag von G A Zumsteeg ohne Jahresangabe (um ) Verlagsnummer GAZ 224 1835 - Heft mit Fadenbindung, Folio-Großformat (32 x 25 cm), 15 (1) Seiten mit großer farbiger Original-Lithographie auf der Titelseite, bildliche Darstellung ca. 17,5 x 18 cm, zwei Stempel des Vorbesitzers und Nummerierung in roter Tinte auf dem Titelblatt, Einband angestaubt, alle Seiten in der rechten unteren Ecke fingerspurig, letzte Notenseite mit Knickspur in der oberen Ecke, schöner kräftiger und sauberer Abzug vom Stein, sehr selten und für uns anderenorts antiquarisch nicht nachweisbar Humoristische Original-Lithographie auf dem Titelblatt eines "Komischen Duetts" von C. Braun, in dem ein Arzt und ein Apotheker in heftigen Streit miteinander geraten. "Ei, was hab' ich, Herr Gevatter Apotheker, da gehört, durch die Stadt läuft ein Geschnatter, das hat mir die Ruh gestört. Man erzählt mir da von Pillen, die so schöne Wirkung thun, ohne Wissen, ohne Willen Meiner, Wie? das frag' ich nun." Ein "stummer Hausknecht" hört im Hintergrund zu, vor dem Eingang der Apotheke heimlich lauschende Patientinnen, auf dem Schreibtisch unbezahlte Rechnungen und eine Waage mit Justicia. Puttenfiguren auf Holzsäulen des Apothekerschreibtisches halten sich Augen und Mund zu. Über der ganzen Szene schwebt unter der Decke (fast grinsend) ein ausgestopftes Krokodil. - großer und/oder schwerer Artikel mit zusätzlichen Kosten für Versand und Versicherung - large and/or oversized item with additional costs for shipping and insurance - please ask us before you order 2100 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Große malerische Reise durch die Amerikanischen Freistaaten oder Auswanderung nach Amerika ohne Beschwerlichkeit und Unkosten. In großen Rundgemälden dargestellt. - Akademisch historische Kunst-Gallerie, gänzlich in Wachs modellirt in Lebensgröße. - Der Schauplatz ist nächst dem Schießhause in der neu erbauten Bude.

      O. O., ca. 1835.. Plakat mit typographischem Text im Rahmen. Blattgr.: 53 x 41 cm. Die Rundgemälde in der ersten Abteilung zeigen New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia und Boston, sowie eine Ansiedlung deutscher Auswanderer. Die Wachsfiguren sind neben Jesus auch Amor und Psyche und "Der wohlthuende Jude". - Das Plakat verrät nicht den Namen des Unternehmers, aber es dürfte sich nach zeitgenössischen Quellen um Carl Topfstedt aus Gotha handeln.

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        Große malerische Reise durch die Amerikanischen Freistaaten oder Auswanderung nach Amerika ohne Beschwerlichkeit und Unkosten. In großen Rundgemälden dargestellt. - Akademisch historische Kunst - Gallerie, gänzlich in Wachs modellirt in Lebensgröße. - Der Schauplatz ist nächst dem Schießhause in der neu erbauten Bude.

      O. O., ca. 1835.Plakat mit typographischem Text im Rahmen. Blattgr.: 53 x 41 cm. Die Rundgemälde in der ersten Abteilung zeigen New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia und Boston, sowie eine Ansiedlung deutscher Auswanderer. Die Wachsfiguren sind neben Jesus auch Amor und Psyche und "Der wohlthuende Jude". - Das Plakat verrät nicht den Namen des Unternehmers, aber es dürfte sich nach zeitgenössischen Quellen um Carl Topfstedt aus Gotha handeln. Bitte um Beachtung: Bis zum 31.01. stellen wir auf der Stuttgarter Antiquariatsmesse aus; der Versand verzögert sich somit bis zum 01.02.2016! Bücher de

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        Große malerische Reise durch die Amerikanischen Freistaaten oder Auswanderung nach Amerika ohne Beschwerlichkeit und Unkosten. In großen Rundgemälden dargestellt. - Akademisch historische Kunst-Gallerie, gänzlich in Wachs modellirt in Lebensgröße. - Der Schauplatz ist nächst dem Schießhause in der neu erbauten Bude.

      O. O., ca. 1835. - Plakat mit typographischem Text im Rahmen. Blattgr.: 53 x 41 cm. Die Rundgemälde in der ersten Abteilung zeigen New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia und Boston, sowie eine Ansiedlung deutscher Auswanderer. Die Wachsfiguren sind neben Jesus auch Amor und Psyche und "Der wohlthuende Jude". - Das Plakat verrät nicht den Namen des Unternehmers, aber es dürfte sich nach zeitgenössischen Quellen um Carl Topfstedt aus Gotha handeln.

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        Das Karlsruher Unterhaltungsblatt. Ein für alle Stände, Jung und Alt, interessantes und belehrendes Bilderwerk. 8. Jahrgang.

      Karlsruhe, Müller, 1835 - 242 S. mit 52 und 26 Lithographien (komplett) Einband berieben und bestoßen. Durchgehend fleckig. Die Lithographien unter anderem mit Ansichten von Oxford, New York, Venedig (Markusplatz und Rialto-Brücke), Amsterdam (Cringel), Washington (Capitol), Verona, Passau, Nürnberg (Marktplatz und Lorenzkirche). Auch ein Porträt von Kaspar Hauser (von G.Nehrlich) ist enthalten. Ein schöner, vollständiger Jahrgang. Kirchner 6424. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 25 x 21 cm, Halbleder der Zeit mit etwas Rückenvergoldung [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Boston its Environs and Harbour, with the Rebel Works Raised Against that Town in 1775, from the Observations of Lieut. Page of His Majesty's Corps of Engineers, with Additions from Sundry American Plans

      [London], 1835. Engraved map on two sheets, measuring 21¼ x 29 inches and 23¼ x 13 inches. Total size of the map area measures 17½ x 34 inches. Some slight strengthening of the platemark. An early 19th-century printing of William Faden's important and detailed map of Boston and Boston harbor in the early days of the American Revolution. The map was drawn by the British Lieutenant Thomas Hyde Page, who was severely wounded at Bunker Hill, and draws on the surveys of Captain John Montresor. It is an expanded version of Faden's "A Plan of the Town of 1775," which was originally published in 1777. The present map contains the same plan of Boston, but shows the larger area around the city, giving a clear idea of the placement of the rebellious American forces around Roxbury, Cambridge, and Dorchester. "Rebel lines" are shown between Roxbury and Dorchester Neck, with a note of "work begun" on Dorchester Hill. The present map also extends quite far eastward, showing the islands of Boston Harbor all the way to The Brewsters. This map was originally printed by William Faden in 1777 on a slightly smaller scale, and was then reprinted by Faden in 1778 at its current size (see Nebenzahl). Faden was the leading British map publisher of his time. Nebenzahl, Battle Plans of the American Revolution 21 (note).

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        Theorie zur allgemeinen Auflösung der bestimmten algebraischen Gleichungen; nebst kritisch-analytischer Untersuchung der bis jetzt bekannten, und Aufstellung neuer, wissenschaftlich begründeter Auflösungen. - Mit einem Anhange über reine Potenzgleichungen, Normal-Potenzen und unbestimmte Analytik.

      Wien, Auf Kosten des Verfassers, 1835 - LXXXII, 582 Seiten, mehrere ausfaltbare Tafeln (mit aufgelösten Gleichungen). Vor allem an den Ecken etwas abgestossen, je ein Signatur-Schildchen am Vorderdeckel und am Rücken montiert. Einige Seiten mit Eckknautsch. Die ersten Blätter jeweils mit einem Bibliotheksstempel, durchgehend leicht braunfleckig, nur sehr vereinzelt etwas fingerfleckig. Insgesamt ein solides, gutes Exemplar. - In Fraktur-Schrift. Hochenegg, Friedrich Graf (geb. zu Homber in Franken 28. Juli 1770, gest. zu Hütteldorf bei Wien 14. Juni 1848).Feldmarschall-Lieutenant Hochenegg war nicht bloß ein wissenschaftlich gebildeter Soldat, sondern auch wissenschaftlicher Fachschriftsteller, wie dieß sein Werk: „Theorie zur allgemeinen Auflösung der bestimmten algebraischen Gleichungen, nebst kritisch-analytischer Untersuchung der bis jetzt bekannten Aufstellung neuer wissenschaftlich begründeter Auflösungen" (Wien 1834, mit 6 Tabellen) und die (36 Seiten starke) Vorrede dieses Werkes, eine Apologie der mathematischen Wissenschaft, beurkundet. Auch auf schöngeistigem Gebiete war H. thätig und erschienen von ihm im Drucke: „Gedichte" (Stuttgart 1835) und „Elmire und Ferdinand oder der Liebe Heldenmuth" (Leipzig 1841), ein Gedicht in 22 Gesängen. In seinem Nachlasse befinden sich zahlreiche Aufsätze militärischen, politischen und philosophischen Inhalts und eine Selbstbiographie, welche jedoch nur bis zum Jahre 1805 reicht. (vergl. Wurzbach). ****An unsere Kunden in Deutschland: Versand nach Deutschland ein- bis zweimal in der Woche ab Freilassing mit der Deutschen Post, im Regelfall in offener Rechnung. Unsere Rechnungen an deutsche Kunden enthalten deutsche Umsatzsteuer!***Bankkonten in Deutschland und Österreich*** - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1010 8°, Halbleder der Zeit mit goldeprägtem Rücken und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Kyoto 1835, Takehara. One of two colorful covers,very clean,. minor old worming, folds restored, reinforced with acid-free. Washi paper & rice glue, now solid, folds down to 15 x 21.3. cm., opens to 74.5 x 10 cm. R A R E. A GRAND COLOR MAP OF KYOTO, THE ANCIENT CAPITA OF JAPAN A very nice color city map of Kyoto. A charming example, suitable for display & framing. The top is dominated by the huge and impressive Kiyomizu-dera [temple]. The only cities in Japan oriented neatly with streets going east and west, north to south were Nara and Kyoto, based on the Chinese model classical model of Xianthe ancient capital of China.. It also shows Nijo castle, the Imperial Palace, where the Shoguns resided. * With large directional characters, at each edge, rivers in blue, the city was surrounded by a wall. Various colors differentiate the streets, rivers, moats and earthen embankments, all of which were built in 1591 by the Shogun, the most famous Toyotomi Hideyoshi. * THE CORRECTOR/AUTHOR/EDITOR: The editor Ikeda Tooritei [1788-1857] was a Kyoto author who also wrote guide books to Kyoto. He was also a celebrated and accomplished calligrapher. * ARTIST: The artist's name is found in the colophon in the lower left corner, reads Nakamura Yurakusai, a.k.a. Nagahide was his major "studio name" and he flourished ca. 1804-1848, was an Osaka-Kyoto Ukiyo-e printmaker. His works are well collected by world Museums, for more information, see Roberts below. * TITLE: As was common of the time such a famous city as Kyoto needed no title to inform viewers of the name of this all important capitol of Japan. The name was later added by bibliographers, who likely found it inscribed on the covers, or a paper envelope which most likely originally contained the map. Bibliographers below have rightly named it. The map was partially named for the era in which it was published, being Tempo [1830-1844] per Beans, p.21, supplement A. See Beans below for more bibliographical information * REFERENCES: BEANS, George H. A LIST OF JAPANESE MAPS OF THE TOKUGAWA ERA: lists this map on p.35, entry 1831.1 as KYO MACHI EZU HOSOMI TAISEI: DETAILED MAP OF THE CITY OF KYOTO, the artist was Nakamura Yurakusai, corrected by Ikeda Toritei of Edo, published by Bunsodo Takehara Kobei, Kyoto, Tempo 2 [1831], color printed, states size was 104 x 177 cm. It is important to point out, that Beans only listed items that had a date written on them. In our example, there is no title, no date, no censor's seal to indicate a date, so one is led to believe that the copy Beans inspected had a date. He never broke his own rule of only listing dated items. * NANBA, Matsutaro. ed. et al. OLD MAPS IN JAPAN: illustrates this exact maps, as a color foldout at the read of the book and has text on p.220 item, plate #90. He clearly states his copy to be "newly revised and supplemented in the Tempo Era by Ikeda Toritei, published by Takehara Kobe, in Kyoto, ca. 1835. * CORTAZZI, Hugh. ISLES OF GOLD: ANTIQUE MAPS OF JAPAN: this exact map is color illustrated as his example #56, on pp. 128-9. Cortazzi mistakenly attributes this work to the publisher: Takehara, while Namba [see below] correctly attributes this work to Ikeda Toritei, and was published per Namba to Takehara Koabe in Kyoto, ca 1835.hara Yoshibei, who was the publisher see p.129. * ROBERTS, Laurance P. A DICTIONARY OF JAPANESE ARTISTS PAINTING, SCULPTURE, CERAMICS, PRINTS, LACQUER: see page 115, lower right column. He also used the "studio name" Chooshuu among several others including Yurakusai. His actual name per Roberts was probably Nakamura Aritsune or Arichika. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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      Japan ca.[1835], n.p. A folded hand-printed map, very clean,. rebacked, blue Chitsu cloth case, ivory clasps, ca. 65 x 66. cm., 4 tiny corner pin holes, else no worming, remarkably. bright, clean copy of a double-hemisphere map. R A R E !. A FAMOUS DOUBLE HEMISPHERIC COLOR WOODCUT MAP A lovely work, charming in nature. Shows the North & South American hemispheres on the left, the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and the various islands, with both poles. The right- hand hemisphere shows the Western, Eastern European, African as well as the Asian and Australian continents, with both poles and the Oceans. Above the map is the text in Japanese. * There are four smaller inset type round maps of the world, each shows four separate tip views of continents: top left: Africa, Asia & America; lower left New Holland, Africa, America and Niikoya [?]; the upper right shows "Great Japan" [tiny in comparison to all other places !], Africa, Europa, Asia, New Holland; lower right South America, North America and Africa. * WHO WAS KURIHARA: Kurihara [1794-1870] was a celebrated and active cartographer, who did lovely and most charming world and other Japanese maps. * Above this handsome map is a large text block written by Abe Rekisai. It discusses the First Edition published in 1835 under the title: with a variant title SHINTEI BANKOKU ZENZU, or also BANKOKU CHIKYU ZENZU. There is some controversy as to the exact date but likely done in 1835. * Color key guide to the continents. Entirely hand-printed from color woodblocks on hand-made paper. This type of map is quite beautifully done and is remarkably handsome. * CONDITION/VARIANTS: An exceptionally clean example of this quite SCARCE map. Our copy has the text above the map, while his 1850 example shows this to the left of the, most likely a variant selected by the person who glued the four sheets together. Some other examples of this map have been found without the text. *** Place names are profuse, locating and identifying a substantial number of cities and other major geographical features, continents, oceans, islands, cities, including China's Great Wall. The meridians and numbers are clearly located. * RARITY: Japanese world maps are quite rare, and the double hemispheric format is by and large the rarest and most desirable type. A handsome and quite RARE World Map, suitable for framing & display. * Japan was very late in world mapping, and this map is considered "early" in Japanese world cartography. A rare copy of the earlier Kurihara world map projection. Beautifully executed in woodblock printing using pastel colors, with decorated border cartouche that shows mythological animals in the pattern. *** BIBLIOGRAPHY: T. Oda: THE WORLD IN JAPANESE MAPS UNTIL THE MID-19TH CENTURY, pp.232-3, plate # 107. Oda cites & illustrates the ca. 1850 edition, ours is clearly earlier, per his text p.75, where he cites the 1835 & 1838 editions. Ours shows a slight variance to his, but is clearly the same map, but with the text above rather than adjacent to the map he illustrates. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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        The works of . . . edited by James F. Palmer. 4 vols. plus atlas

      London: Longman [etc.], 1835-37. Hunter, John (1728-93). The works . . . with notes. Edited by James F. Palmer. 4 volumes plus atlas. Text: xxiv, 643; xvi, 488; xx, 638; xxi, xl, 506, 639-675 (index to first 3 vols.)pp. Frontispiece portrait and facsimile in Vol. I. Atlas: 27pp. plus engraved portrait and 61 plates numbered 1-26, 26*, 27-60. London: Longman . . . , 1835. 228 x 141 mm. (text); 296 x 231 mm. (atlas). Original boards, rebacked, new paper spine labels, light edgewear, inner front hinge of Vol. I cracking. Occasional foxing in text, a bit more foxing in atlas especially to the portrait of Hunter, Vol. I frontispiece starting, a few 19th century library markings inside front covers, but on the whole very good, with Vol. IV mostly unopened. ?Ex libris Med. Chir. Soc. Abred.? inscribed on title of Vol. I. First Collected Edition of the complete works of John Hunter, including his four books (The Teeth; Venereal Disease; Animal Oeconomy and The Blood, Inflammation and Gun-Shot Wounds) and all of his published papers, illustrated ?by the whole of the original engravings, to which several others have been added? (Vol. I, p. xi). Also included are a life of Hunter by Drewry Ottley and an index to the first three volumes (not present in all copies). Le Fanu, John Hunter: A List of His Books, p. 21.

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        Viage a los Estados-Unidos del Norte de America.Paris, Jacques-Albert Decourchant, 1834. 8vo. Contemporary Spanish-American tree sheepskin, gold-tooled spine.

      KVK & WorldCat (2 copies); Raines, Bibliogr. of Texas, p. 224; Sabin 106280. Rare first edition of a sociological, political and ethnographic description and analysis of the United States of America, written and published before Alexis de Toqueville's much better known De la démocratie en Amérique, Paris, 1835-1840. "One of the few books of travel in the United States worth reading" (Raines). "Incredibly important, although little known, ... one of the first theoretical and ethnographic examinations of democracy as a political and cultural institution" (John-Michael Rivera, in the introduction to the 2005 English edition). Zavala (1788-1836) helped frame the constitution of the Mexican federal government in 1824/25, but returned to America in defiance of Santa Anna in 1835 and settled in Texas, where he signed its 1836 declaration of independence, helped draft its new constitution and served as its first vice president. The present book is based on his travels in the United States of America in 1830 and 1831/32.Foxed throughout, a tear along the fold of 1 bifolium, 1 quire slightly browned and the last 2 quires with creases, but otherwise in very good condition. The binding good, some professional restorations along the extremities.

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        Autograph letter signed "R. Leoncavallo" to an unidentified female correspondent, addressed "Chère et excellent amie."

      - Among the persons mentioned in the present letter, Wilhelm Jahn (1835- 1900) was the director at the Vienna Court Opera from 1880 until 1897, when he was succeeded by Gustav Mahler; Ernest Van Dyck (1861-1923) and Frances Saville (1865-1935) were, likewise, noted singers at the Vienna Court Opera. As this and other letters attest, Leoncavallo seems to have had an uneasy relationship with Van Dyck, and, indeed, others at the Vienna Court Opera. On September 18, 1897 Leoncavallo had written Van Dyck "a furious letter from Hamburg, disgusted that the tenor had refused to sing Marcello in Vienna, which meant that La Bohème would have to be postponed, further strengthening the composer's assumption that Ricordi, Puccini, and Mahler were out to destroy his fourteen-year-old reputation." (Konrad Dryden in Leoncavallo: Life and Works, pp. 71-72). Giacomo Puccini had vied with Leoncavallo to secure a performance of his own La Bohème at the Court Opera. In spite of Mahler's preference for the Puccini version, Leoncavallo's Bohème was performed instead, on February 23, 1898, thanks Wilhelm Jahn's intervention. Leoncavallo's Bohème was first performed in Venice at the Teatro La Fenice on May 6, 1897. 4 pp. of a bifolium. Ca. 188 x 90 mm. Dated Trent, March 5, 1898. In black ink. In French (with translation). An intriguing letter in which Leoncavallo discusses various performances of his opera, La Bohème. He writes from Trent, where he is negotiating a performance; his publisher, Sonzogno, begs him to help with rehearsals for another. Most importantly, he asks his female correspondent, a "dear friend," to contact Wilhelm Jahn, former director of the Vienna Court Opera, on his behalf, so that Jahn may placate the tenor, Ernest Van Dyck. "I'm permitting myself to add to this letter a few words for the dear Maestro [Jahn], whose address I don't know. so that he may intervene with [Ernest] Van Dyck in order to persuade him not to be angry with me. Do you think he had decided that he would sing my Bohème in London with [Frances] Saville in French?"Creased at folds. In very good condition overall.

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        WOLFRATSHAUSEN. - Oktoberfestzug 1835. "K. Landgericht Wolfratshausen". Reiterzug und Festwagen aus Wolfratshausen, Arget, Otterfing, Beuerberg und Sauerlach anläßlich des Festzugs beim Oktoberfest von 1835.

      - Altkol. Lithographie von Gustav Kraus, 1835, 22 x 46,5 cm. Pressler 395; Pfister 2907 und 6497; Slg. Proebst 1557. - Im Jahre 1835 fand das Oktoberfest "zur Feyer der 25jährigen Jubel Ehe J.J.M.M. des Königs Ludwig und der Königin Therese" statt. Abordnungen aus München und dem Oberland schickten reich geschmückte Festwägen, Reiter- und Trachtenzüge. Gustav Kraus hielt das Geschehen in 24 prächtigen Lithographien fest. - Gerahmt.

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      Stuttgart: Julius Weise, 1835. 12mo.; ix, 238 pp. Five folding plates. Original printed boards (rubbed and soiled). Still a very good copy. First edition of this scarce German work on magic tricks and scientific recreation. Volkmann, "Bibliographie de la Prestidigetation," 140.

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        Mit obrigkeitlicher Bewilligung werden Samstag die Familie Longuemare erste acrobatische Tänzer aus Paris, Carl Haueisen, Jongleur und Hercules, ausserordentliche Große Vorstellungen zu geben die Ehre haben. Benefice der Demoiselle Hortense Lunguemare. Un Pas de deux auf zwei neben einander parallel gespannten Seilen. Getanzt von den Demoiselles Elisa und Hortense Longuemare. Seiltanz, Jongleurs und Herkulische Künste, mit mehreren Abwechslungen.

      München, ca. 1835. - Einblattdruck mit typographischem Text in Bordüre. Zentral mit kl. Holzschnitt. Blattgr.: 42 x 25 cm. Der Holzschnitt zeigt die beiden Demoiselles auf dem Seil. Bitte um Beachtung: Bis zum 31.01. stellen wir auf der Stuttgarter Antiquariatsmesse aus; der Versand verzögert sich somit bis zum 01.02.2016!

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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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        Neues vollständiges Giftbuch, worin Gelehrte und Ungelehrte etwas zu ihrem Nutzen finden werden; insbesondere ein lehreiches Exempelbuch für den Bürger und Bauersmann und ganz besonders für Eltern und Lehrer.

      Chur, Verlag von S. Kellenberger?s Buchhandlung 1835 - Kl.8°, Titelbl., X S., 1 Vakatblatt, 1 Bl. «Bemerkungen zu den Abbildungen», 210 S., 34 Taf. mit handkolorierten Holzschnitte, Kart. d. Zeit mit privatem Rückenschildchen, Kanten u. Kapitale tlw. berieben, Name a. Vors., Papier oft schwach stockfleckig, vereinzelt an den Stegen min. fingerfleckig; allg. gutes Ex. EA. Alphabetisch angelegtes Buch zu giftigen Pflanzen, aber auch Schlangen und Pilzen sowie dem «tollen Hund».gedruckt bei Fr. Egli in Herisau. Die Holzschnitte folgen Hegetschweilers «Die Giftpflanzen der Schweiz» (1827 - 1829). 1100 gr. Schlagworte: Biologie - Botanik [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        De la Démocratie en Amérique

      Charles Gosselin, Paris 1835 - [4],xxiv,367; [4],459pp. Half-titles. 1 folding hand-coloured lithographic map. Contemporary green half calf and marbled boards, spines gilt. Moderate edge wear and rubbing, spines somewhat sunned. Minor foxing, some uneven tanning, as usual. Short tear to the folding map near the mounting stub. The first edition of the rare first part of Tocqueville's famous classic Democracy in America, one of the most famous investigations of the American political system. Alexis de Tocqueville came to the United States in the spring of 1831, accompanied by his friend and fellow student, Gustave de Beaumont. Their original goal was to study the penitentiary system of the United States. After visiting prisons in the East they undertook a tour of the South as far as New Orleans, ascended the Mississippi, visited the Great Lakes and Canada, and returned via New York, having travelled for nine months. After writing their report on prisons, Tocqueville began work on the first part of Democracy in America in 1833-34 and published it, in an edition of less than 500 copies, in January 1835. The book was an instant success, and numerous editions, many with revisions, followed quickly, and the second part, first published in April 1840, was issued concurrently with the eighth edition of the first part. There were probably more than fifty editions in English and French published before 1900, besides numerous other translations. Almost from the beginning it enjoyed the reputation of being the most acute and perceptive discussion of the political and social life of the United States ever published. Remarkably, it has sustained its appeal generation after generation, as new readers find it speaks to their time with a contemporary voice. Whether perceived as a textbook of American political institutions, an investigation of society and culture, a probing of the psyche of the United States, or a study of the actions of modern democratic society, the book has continued to offer insight and provoke thought since its inception. It has also probably provided commentators with more quotations than any other work about the United States. Clark III:111; Howes T-278; Library of Congress, A Passion for Liberty, Alexis de Tocqueville on Democracy & Revolution (Washington, 1989); Nolla, De la Démocratie en Amérique (Paris: 1990) II, pp.334-335; Sabin 96060;. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire grec moderne]. LEXIKON THS KAQ'HMAS ELLHNIKHE DIALEKTOU, MEQHHPMHNEUMENHS? (Lexikon tes kath' hemas hellenikes dialektu methermeneumenes).

      Athènes 1835 - In-8 de (46) pp. 1 394-(6) pp., demi-basane havane, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale très rare imprimée à Athènes, du premier dictionnaire de grec moderne établi par Skarlatos Vyzantios. Les caractères grecs et latins utilisés proviennent de l'imprimerie Didot Frères à Paris, promoteurs de la typographie en Grèce - une rue d'Athènes porte le nom de Didot à qui revient l'honneur d'avoir envoyé la première presse mécanique qui ait fonctionné en Grèce. Dès 1831, des imprimeries s'établissent successivement à Hydra, à Nauplie, et enfin une imprimerie royale est fondée à Athènes, convenablement fournie des caractères de la fonderie de Didot. « Le premier Dictionnaire du dialecte grec publié au lendemain de la formation de l'Etat était destiné en premier lieu aux étudiants en lettres classiques, aux hellénisants : pour chaque mot de la langue parlée, deux traductions étaient proposées, en grec ancien et en français. L'auteur, Skarlatos Vyzantios, espérait que son dictionnaire servirait également à la régulation et à l'enrichissement de la langue parlée à travers la connaissance profonde de ses sources ancestrales » (Couroudi Maria. Le lalein et le grafein, parler et écrire en grec. In : Revue du monde musulman et de la Méditerranée, N°75-76). Bon exemplaire. Petite déchirure marginale sur les 5 derniers feuillets sans perte de texte. Inconnu de Brunet (V, 406) qui cite la deuxième édition de 1852 imprimée par Koromelas ; Deschamps, Dictionnaire de géographie, p. 116. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        A Geological Map of England & Wales, and Part of Scotland, Showing also the Inland Navigation by Means of Rivers and Canals, with their Elevation in Feet Above the Sea Together with the Rail Roads & Principal Roads

      London: J. & C. Walker, Dec. 18th, 1835, [1836]. Map dimensions 136 x 98 cm, overall 144 x 100 cm. Large folding geological map with a cross-section of southern England from Land's End to the German Ocean across the lower margin and a further cross-section of the region between St. George's Channel and the North Sea, all vividly coloured according to the strata. Divided into 36 sections and mounted on linen, textured paper to the folded end sections with minor loss, folds into the original book style pebbled green cloth box with a gilt lettered red spine label, two old ownership inscriptions to the linen verso fo the map: that of James McCreath, possibly a Scottish mining engineer (1828-1910) and also a J.A. Grove. Some old cracks to the case, now neatly repaired, occasional slight creasing to the section edges of the map, very good overall. First published in 1835 and frequently reissued using fresh evidence gathered from the latest fieldwork. This is the second state, though bearing the same printed date as the first, likely an updated version from the following year. Knipe's name has been excised from the title and the Walkers' address is given as No. 3 Burleigh Street, Strand.

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        Duelling and the laws of honour examined, upon principles of common sense and revealed truth.

      [London] published by R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside. 1835. 12mo., xv + (1) + 156 + (4)pp., including the half-title and final two advertisement leaves, original cloth, neatly rebacked and lettered to match. A very good copy. First edition: of great rarity. (OCLC & COPAC locate other copies only at Newberry + Birmingham). A 2nd ed. was published in 1836. An anti-duelling essay mustering the moral, Christian, legal and practical reasons why the practice of duelling should cease. 'It was hoped by many, and believed by some few sensible men, that the practice of duelling was very fast decreasing in this favoured country. Recent events, however, have shown that, notwithstanding the great spread of religious feeling in these realms, much yet remains to be done before this national sin can effectually be eradicated. Within a short period we have seen three successive prime ministers of Great Britain, at times of great political excitement and national ferment, engaging in affairs of honour; one fighting a duel, and the other two taking steps that usually lead to it. .....' In fact several more duels would be fought in Britain and Ireland during the following ten years, including the Earl of Cardigan's in 1840. The last fatal duel fought in England was in 1845 when Captain James Seton died in a duel with Lt. Henry Hawkeyon on 2nd June that year.

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        Mit hochobrigkeitlicher Erlaubniss hat Unterzeichneter die Ehre, seine Tochter Elisabeth Egger, aus Lienz in Tyrol, von ausgezeichneter Statur, welche nur achtzehn Pfund wiegt ... vorzuzeigen. (Unterzeichner:) C. Egger.

      (München), ca. 1835.Einblattdruck mit typographischem Text in Holzschnitt - Bordüre. Blattgr.: 38 x 23 cm. Das zur Schau gestellte Mädchen war 22 Jahre alt und 2 Fuß 8 Zoll groß; ihr anfänglich normales Wachstum wurde im vierten Lebensjahr durch die Blattern plötzlich gehemmt. Vater Egger stellte sie in einer Bude am Münchner Karlsplatz aus, zeigt sich aber bereit, dem hohen Adel und Honoratioren seine Tochter in deren Wohnungen zu "produziren". Bücher de

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        Mit hochobrigkeitlicher Erlaubniss hat Unterzeichneter die Ehre, seine Tochter Elisabeth Egger, aus Lienz in Tyrol, von ausgezeichneter Statur, welche nur achtzehn Pfund wiegt . vorzuzeigen. (Unterzeichner:) C. Egger.

      (München), ca. 1835. - Einblattdruck mit typographischem Text in Holzschnitt-Bordüre. Blattgr.: 38 x 23 cm. Das zur Schau gestellte Mädchen war 22 Jahre alt und 2 Fuß 8 Zoll groß; ihr anfänglich normales Wachstum wurde im vierten Lebensjahr durch die Blattern plötzlich gehemmt. Vater Egger stellte sie in einer Bude am Münchner Karlsplatz aus, zeigt sich aber bereit, dem hohen Adel und Honoratioren seine Tochter in deren Wohnungen zu "produziren". Bitte um Beachtung: Bis zum 31.01. stellen wir auf der Stuttgarter Antiquariatsmesse aus; der Versand verzögert sich somit bis zum 01.02.2016!

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