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        Pe-A-Jick A Chippewa Chief. Taken at the Treaty of Prairie du Chien 1825 by J. O. Lewis

      [Philadelphia: published by the author, 1835. Lithograph, coloured by hand, printed by Lehman & Duval of Philadelphia. A striking image from Lewis's "Aboriginal Portfolio." The Aboriginal Portfolio represents the first attempt to publish a collection of portraits of North American Indians preceding the works of Catlin, and McKenney and Hall. It is also one of the earliest large projects in American lithography, and one of the first large visual works to deal with subjects beyond the east coast of the United States. The Aboriginal Portfolio was originally published in Philadelphia, for the author, by lithographers George Lehman and Peter S. Duval. It was issued in parts, ten parts of eight plates each being issued; however, due to a loss of subscribers, very few of the last few parts were issued. James O. Lewis was born in Philadelphia in 1799, moved west as a teenager, and had become an engraver and painter by the time he lived in St. Louis in 1820. In 1823 he moved to Detroit, and painted the first of his Indian portraits at the request of Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan. He accompanied Cass on four Indian treaty expeditions in the Great Lakes region in 1825-27 and painted Indians in the course of each. Virtually all of the originals published here were executed by Lewis in this period. Subsequently, many of the Lewis originals were copied by Charles Bird King, and some appeared in the King versions in the McKenney and Hall portfolio. All of the Lewis originals were destroyed in the Smithsonian fire of 1865. Cf. Bennett, p.68; cf. Eberstadt 131:418; cf. Field 936; cf. Sabin 40812; cf. Howes J135; cf. Reese, Stamped With A National Character 23.

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        PE-A-JICK A CHIPPEWA CHIEF

      [Philadelphia, 1835. Very good. A striking image from Lewis' ABORIGINAL PORTFOLIO. The ABORIGINAL PORTFOLIO represents the first attempt to publish a collection of portraits of North American Indians preceding the works of Catlin, and McKenney and Hall. It is also one of the earliest large projects in American lithography, and one of the first large visual works to deal with subjects beyond the east coast of the United States. The ABORIGINAL PORTFOLIO was originally published in Philadelphia, for the author, by lithographers George Lehman and Peter S. Duval. It was issued in parts, ten parts of eight plates each being issued; however, due to a loss of subscribers, very few of the last few parts were issued. James O. Lewis was born in Philadelphia in 1799, moved west as a teenager, and had become an engraver and painter by the time he lived in St. Louis in 1820. In 1823 he moved to Detroit, and painted the first of his Indian portraits at the request of Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan. He accompanied Cass on four Indian treaty expeditions in the Great Lakes region in 1825-27 and painted Indians in the course of each. Virtually all of the originals published here were executed by Lewis in this period. Subsequently, many of the Lewis originals were copied by Charles Bird King, and some appeared in the King versions in the McKenney and Hall portfolio. All of the Lewis originals were destroyed in the Smithsonian fire of 1865.

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        A Winnebago Squaw / Wife of O'-Check-Ka or Four Legs / Painted at the Treaty of Green Bay 1827. by J. O. Lewis

      [Philadelphia: published by the author, 1835. Lithograph, coloured by hand, by J. Barincou after Lewis, printed by Lehman & Duval of Philadelphia. Wove paper. A striking image, from Lewis's "Aboriginal Portfolio." The Aboriginal Portfolio represents the first attempt to publish a collection of portraits of North American Indians preceding the works of Catlin, and McKenney and Hall. It is also one of the earliest large projects in American lithography, and one of the first large visual works to deal with subjects beyond the east coast of the United States. The Aboriginal Portfolio was originally published in Philadelphia, for the author, by lithographers George Lehman and Peter S. Duval. It was issued in parts, ten parts of eight plates each being issued; however, due to a loss of subscribers, very few of the last few parts were issued. James O. Lewis was born in Philadelphia in 1799, moved west as a teenager, and had become an engraver and painter by the time he lived in St. Louis in 1820. In 1823 he moved to Detroit, and painted the first of his Indian portraits at the request of Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan. He accompanied Cass on four Indian treaty expeditions in the Great Lakes region in 1825-27 and painted Indians in the course of each. Virtually all of Lewis's portraits derive from these meetings. Subsequently, many of the Lewis originals were copied by Charles Bird King, and some appeared in the King versions in the McKenney and Hall portfolio. All of the Lewis originals were destroyed in the Smithsonian fire of 1865. Cf. Bennett, p.68; cf. Eberstadt 131:418; cf. Field 936; cf. Sabin 40812; cf. Howes J135; cf. Reese, Stamped With A National Character 23.

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        SHOUNK-CHUNK THE BLACK WOLF A WINNEBAGO CHIEF

      [Philadelphia, 1835. A striking image from Lewis' ABORIGINAL PORTFOLIO. The ABORIGINAL PORTFOLIO represents the first attempt to publish a collection of portraits of North American Indians preceding the works of Catlin, and McKenney and Hall. It is also one of the earliest large projects in American lithography, and one of the first large visual works to deal with subjects beyond the east coast of the United States. The ABORIGINAL PORTFOLIO was originally published in Philadelphia, for the author, by lithographers George Lehman and Peter S. Duval. It was issued in parts, ten parts of eight plates each being issued; however, due to a loss of subscribers, very few of the last few parts were issued. James O. Lewis was born in Philadelphia in 1799, moved west as a teenager, and had become an engraver and painter by the time he lived in St. Louis in 1820. In 1823 he moved to Detroit, and painted the first of his Indian portraits at the request of Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan. He accompanied Cass on four Indian treaty expeditions in the Great Lakes region in 1825-27 and painted Indians in the course of each. Virtually all of the originals published here were executed by Lewis in this period. Subsequently, many of the Lewis originals were copied by Charles Bird King, and some appeared in the King versions in the McKenney and Hall portfolio. All of the Lewis originals were destroyed in the Smithsonian fire of 1865.

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        James Madison tells Ferdinand R. Hassler, first Superintendent of the U.S. Coast Survey, that he has "confidence in your scientific qualifications for the professorship" at the University of Virginia and has "communicated your object to the Rector of the University" -Madison had retired as Rector months earlier and was succeeded by Joseph C. Cabell

      Montpelier, Virginia, July 2, 1835. 8" x 9.75". "Manuscript Letter Signed ""James Madison,"" half page, 8"" x 9.75"". Montpelier [Virginia], July 2, 1835. To F.R. Hassler, Esq. On watermarked paper. Light soiling at blank left edge. Fine condition.In full, ""I have just received your letter of June 29th, and immediately communicated your object to the Rector of the University with an expression of my confidence in your scientific qualifications for the professorship lately vacated. With friendly respects and good wishes."" Accompanied by a color photocopy of the free franked postmarked leaf addressed by Madison to ""F.R. Hassler, Esq. / Washington City.""Swiss-American mathematician and geodesist, Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler (1770-1843 was the first Superintendent of the United States Coast Survey, now the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, from 1816- 1818 and 1832-1843. In 1818, Congress gave the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy responsibility for coastal surveys, so the Survey of the Coast existed without a superintendent, and without conducting any surveys, during the 14 years from 1818-1832 when Congress placed the responsibility for coastal surveying back in the Survey of the Coast.Thomas Jefferson founded and was the first Rector of the University of Virginia from 1819 until his death in 1826. He was succeeded by James Madison who served as Rector until 1834 when he was succeeded by Joseph C. Cabell (1834-1836, 1845-1856).Accompanied by two transcripts, one of Hassler's July 27, 1835, reply to Madison, beginning, ""Your favor of the 2d. inst gave me great satisfaction, I thank to you very much for your kindness of recommending me for the Professorship vacant at the Virginia University. I have since written to Mr: Joseph C: Cabell, Rector of it, in more detail, as by the Prospectus the place is to be filled by the 1.st Septr..."" and one of Cabell on July 25, 1835, replying to Madison's letter to him. In part, ""The vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Doct: Patterson, as I have since been informed by Genl. Cocke, was filled by the appointment of Professor Henry of Princeton. The Genl. has also stated to me confidentially, that in the event of the refusal of Professor Henry to accept the appointment, he was authorized to offer the place to Professor Rodgers, of Wm. & Mary, about whose readiness to take it, there is no doubt. Thus the Vacancy may be considered as having been already filled; and there is now no room for presenting the claims of Mr. Hassler...""Prof. Joseph Henry declined the appointment, later serving as the first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution from 1846-1878. Prof. William Barton Rodgers was appointed and served as Professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of Virginia from 1835-1853.MADISON letters regarding the University of Virginia are quite coveted. Four have been offered in the last 20 years at major auctions, averaging over $10,000 each."

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        Gesamtansicht ('München. Munich.').

      - altkolorierte Lithographie b. G.N. Renner & Co. in Nürnberg, um 1835, 22,5 x 31 Sehr seltene Ansicht von der Ostseite (Haidhauser Höhe) über die Isar auf die Stadt München. - Im Vordergrund Gruppe von vier Männern und einer Frau in Tracht. - Ränder etwas gebräunt. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        A New Universal Atlas; comprising separate maps of all the principal empires, kingdoms & states throughout the world, and forming a distinct atlas of the United States carefully compiled from the best authorities extant by David H. Burr

      New York: D.S. Stone, 1835. Folio. 15 x 12 1/4 inches. Engraved throughout, title, 1p. contents list, 63 hand-coloured engraved plates. Expertly bound to style in dark blue half morocco over contemporary cloth-covered board, original morocco lettering piece on upper cover, the flat spine divided into six compartments by single gilt fillets A fine copy of this important work from one of the greatest early American cartographers. David H. Burr was one of the great American mapmakers of the 19th century. Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, he began his career leading a road survey through the southern counties of New York for the purpose of building a highway. This led to his being given, in 1829, the responsibility of revising Simeon De Witt's seminal New York State Map of 1804 (under De Witt's direction) to account for the considerable changes that had occurred over the last generation. This and the Atlas of the State of New York he published in 1829 established Burr's prominence in American cartography. The success of his State Atlas persuaded him to aim at a wider audience and publish a general atlas. Ristow states that Burr completed only eight of the 63 maps by 1832 when his involvement in the project was severely curtailed when he accepted the position of topographer for the United States Post Office Department. His maps were engraved by Thomas Illman and Edward Pillbrow and they took over the responsibility for finishing the work, although Burr retained an editorial role, and he was probably able to make use of his new position which gave him access to geographical material sent in from postmasters throughout the land. Cf. Phillips Atlases 1379a; cf. Ristow p.106.

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        Sposob uviersit'sia v izchezanii bezkonechnykh strok i priblizhat'sia k znacheniiu funktsii ot ves'ma bol'shikh chisel [Cyrillic] [A method for ascertaining the convergence of infinite series and for obtaining approximate values of functions of a large number of variables].Kazan: Universitetskai?a? tip., 1835.

      "First edition, incredibly rare offprint, of this important book-length memoir on the foundations of calculus and real analysis by the first inventor of non-euclidean geometry. "As early as 1835, Lobachevsky showed in a memoir [the offered work] the necessity of distinguishing between continuity and differentiability" (Cajori, <i>History of Mathematics</i>, p. 421). This paper was published in the <i>Scientific Memoirs of Kazan University</i>, 1835, No. 2, pp. 211-342. The Kazan publications of Lobachevsky are exceptionally rare, even in Russian collections. OCLC lists the Harvard copy only; we are not aware of any other copy having appeared in commerce.<br/><br/> "It may be observed that Lobachevsky's works in other areas of mathematics were either directly relevant to his geometry (as his calculations on definite integrals and probable errors of observation) or results of his studies of foundations of mathematics (as his works on the theory of finites and the theory of trigonometric series). His work on these problems again for the most part paralleled that of other European mathematicians. It is, for example, worth noting that in his algebra Lobachevsky suggested a method of separating roots of equations by their repeated squaring, a method coincident with that suggested by Dandelin in 1826 and by Gräffe in 1837. His paper on the convergence of trigonometric series, too, suggested a general definition of function like that proposed by Dirichlet in 1837. (Lobachevsky also gave [in the offered paper] a rigorous definition of continuity and differentiability, and pointed out the difference between these notions)" (DSB). <br/><br/> "The mathematicians of the eighteenth century did not touch the question of the relation between continuity and differentiability, presuming silently that every continuous function is <i>eo ipso</i> a function having a derivative. Ampère tried to prove this position, but his proof lacked cogency. The question about the relation between continuity and differentiability awoke general attention between 1870 and 1880, when Weierstrass gave an example of a function continuous within a certain interval and at the same time having no definite derivative within this interval (non-differentiable). Meanwhile, Lobachevski already in the thirties showed the necessity of distinguishing the 'changing gradually' (in our terminology: continuity) of a function and its 'unbrokeness' (now: differentiability). With especial precision did he formulate this difference in his Russian Memoir of 1835: 'A method for ascertaining the convergence, etc.' [the offered paper]. ". 8vo, pp. 134. Original printed wrappers with printed title enclosed in decorative border (wrappers damaged with partial loss of border, though not affecting text, first few leaves chipped at corners)

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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. 1. u. 2. Lieferung. 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 Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions during the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. Including the Reports of Commander, now Captain, James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole.

      London: A.W. Webster, 1835., 1835. FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp. xxxiii; 1; 740. Expertly bound in recent half tan calf over marbled boards, with blind ruling to leather, and direct gilt lettering to spine. Customary five raised bands at spine show gilt tooling. All edges speckled grey. Illustrated with 31 plates ?- including: 6 maps and charts (some outlined in colour, two of which are folding), 24 views (3 of which are hand-coloured), and an additional engraved plate of Victoria Harbour from a drawing by Ross. Externally fine with no visible signs of wear. Text shows occasional browning, foxing and marking to plates, although this is generally light. A very handsome copy, attractively presented. After the embarrassment of Ross's first voyage, and having lost the confidence of the British Admiralty, he failed to find private backing for an entire decade. In this second voyage, Ross travels through Lancaster Sound, into Prince Regent inlet and onto Boothia Peninsula, and finds remnants of Parry's ship 'Fury'. For four consecutive years Ross and his men were stuck in the ice, wisely using this time to learn mapping, hunting, sewing, transportation and language skills from the local Inuit population. Ross also organized lectures, lessons, and scientific inquiries, one of which discovered the North Magnetic Pole. In 1832, Ross finally abandoned the ship, and managed to live on supplies found at Parry's wreck. In a remarkable turn of events, a whaler rescued Ross and his crew in 1833, in the selfsame vessel which Ross had commanded on his first voyage.

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        Souvenirs, impressions, pensées et paysages pendant un voyage en Orient (1832-1833).

      Librairie de Charles Gosselin ; Librairie de Furne, Paris, 1835 - 4 volumes in-8°, Edition originale de la relation de ce voyage que fit Lamartine, de juillet 1832 à septembre 1833.Les faux-titre portent : "Oeuvres complètes de Alphonse de Lamartine. Voyage en Orient." (Vicaire, IV, 973).Tome 1 : Portrait de Lamartine gravé sur acier par Plée en frontispice.Tome 4.: Un tableau et deux cartes repliées hors-texte.Ex-libris de la bibliothèque du château de Mello.Traces de vers aux tomes 2 et 4. Intérieurs frais. Français [Attributes: First Edition]

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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.

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        View by Moonlight, near Fayetteville [North Carolina]

      Philadelphia: published by Thomas T. Ash, 1835. Aquatint by Hill after Shaw, lightly coloured by hand. Good condition. In fine French wash-line 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 atmospheric image of a moonlit scene near Fayetteville 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 315.10; cf. Fielding 644-662; cf. Howes S345; Koke, Checklist of John Hill 46 (2nd state); cf. Reese, American Color Plate Books 5; cf. Stauffer 1343; cf. Stokes III:567; cf. Sabin 79935.

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        Pteroglossus Humboldtii / Humboldt's Aracari

      [London: by the Author, 1835. Hand-coloured lithograph by John and Elizabeth Gould, printed by C. Hullmandel. Wove paper. Very good condition. A fine image from the first edition of John Gould's "A Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or Family of Toucans." The toucan family is limited to Mexico, Central and South America and some West Indian islands. The first time that any member of the family was described was by Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes in his "de la natural hystoria de las Indias." (Toledo, 1526, chapter 42) In 1555 Pierre Belon included an illustration of its beak in his "L'Histoire de la nature des oyseaux." (Paris, 1555, p.184) Andre Thevet first used the name "Toucan" with a long description, and a woodcut of a whole bird, in his "Singularitez de la France" (Paris, 1555, pp.88-90). The Latin name "Burhynchus" or "Ramphestes" (in reference to the size of the beak) was suggested by Conrad Gesner ("Icones Avium", 1560, p.130), and Linnaeus later adopted Aldrovandus's corrupted form of the latter ("Ramphastos"), which is how the family was still recognized at the time of the publication of the present image. The present image is from the first edition of Gould's work, published in 1833-1835, which represented the first concerted attempt to produce a monograph on the family. A second expanded edition was published between 1852 and 1854. Gould considered this to be a completely separate work as the plates were all re-drawn and the text re-written. Cf. Anker 170; cf. Fine Bird Books (1990), p. 101; cf. Nissen IVB 378; cf. Sauer 3; cf. Wood, p. 364; cf. Zimmer, p. 252.

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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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        Die Wundermappe. 1. Bd., 2. Abt., 1. Lieferung. Oberitalien ( Venedig ).

      Frankf Compt f Literatur u Kunst 1835 - VIII, 376 SS. m. 60 Stst., gr.- 8°, Ppbd. d. Zt. m. zwei farb. Rsch. (ber., besch. u. best.). Enthält Stiche von Bologna, Comer See, Florenz (5), Genua (12), Mailand (14), Pisa (5), San Marino, Spoleto, Venedig ( 12 ) und Verona. Die Vorsätze mit kleinen Eckabschnitten. Durchgängig minimal fleckig. - Gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions during the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. Including the Reports of Commander, now Captain, James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole.

      London: A.W. Webster, 1835., 1835. FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp. xxxiii; 1; 740. Expertly bound in recent half tan calf over marbled boards, with blind ruling to leather, and direct gilt lettering to spine. Customary five raised bands at spine show gilt tooling. All edges speckled grey. Illustrated with 31 plates – including: 6 maps and charts (some outlined in colour, two of which are folding), 24 views (3 of which are hand-coloured), and an additional engraved plate of Victoria Harbour from a drawing by Ross. Externally fine with no visible signs of wear. Text shows occasional browning, foxing and marking to plates, although this is generally light. A very handsome copy, attractively presented. After the embarrassment of Ross's first voyage, and having lost the confidence of the British Admiralty, he failed to find private backing for an entire decade. In this second voyage, Ross travels through Lancaster Sound, into Prince Regent inlet and onto Boothia Peninsula, and finds remnants of Parry's ship 'Fury'. For four consecutive years Ross and his men were stuck in the ice, wisely using this time to learn mapping, hunting, sewing, transportation and language skills from the local Inuit population. Ross also organized lectures, lessons, and scientific inquiries, one of which discovered the North Magnetic Pole. In 1832, Ross finally abandoned the ship, and managed to live on supplies found at Parry's wreck. In a remarkable turn of events, a whaler rescued Ross and his crew in 1833, in the selfsame vessel which Ross had commanded on his first voyage.

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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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        Das Leben Jesu, kritisch bearbeit.

      Tubngen: Verlag von C.F. Osiander, 1835-1836 First edition. Contemporary quarter leather over marble boards, gilt-ruled spines in compartments, with simple gilt ornaments. . Two volumes, octavo. With one diagram in Volume I and two duplicate leaves (cancels?) supplied at end of Volume I. Lightly foxed throughout, as usual, due to poor paper quality, small sections of some corners torn, with no loss of text. A very good, attractive set. The publication of 'The Life of Jesus Critically Considered' aroused a storm of controversy; its revolutionary thesis and content were violently attacked, and wrenched out of context ....Strauss's principal objective was to explode not only the traditional orthodox view of the Gospel accounts of the life of Jesus, but also earlier rationalistic views, notably those of H.S. Reimaris. He maintained with unyielding vigour the theory (which has no basis in fact) that the Christ of the Gospels, excepting the barest scraps of personal history, was the unintentional creation of the early Christian Messianic expectations. The miracles, to which he applied the severest and narrowest criteria, were thus largely dismissed as fiction, and his view of the relation of the human to the divine was jejeune. Strauss had expected the onslaught his work received ... " (Printing and the Mind of Man, 300).

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        Gesamtans.,.

      - Aquatinta ( in Sepia ) v. Himely n. Pâris 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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        Zum siebenten Male in dem vor Reimers Garten erbauten Theater Grosses Kampfspiel des Jean Dupuis mit zwei starken Männern, Names Rotloff aus Chemnitz, in Diensten bei der Gasbeleuchtung und einem Ungenannten aus Leipzig. (Unterzeichner:) Quirin Müller & Jean Dupuis & Co.

      Leipzig, Druck von Sturm & Koppe, ca. 1835.Plakat mit Holzschnitt (17 x 19.5 cm), eine Ringerszene darstellend. Blattgr.: 52,5 x 46 cm. Jean Dupuis, sich selbst als "erster Ringer" bezeichnend, beschreibt hier umfangreich die Regeln und nennt den ausgesetzten Preis von 500 Thalern; er selbst ist bei dieser Vorstellung der Impresario, aber er scheut auch keine Herausforderung: "Sollte zufälliger Weise, wie es sich öfters ereignet, ein zweiter Herkules sich finden, so lade ich ihn ebenfalls hiermit ein, und zahle, falls er mich besiegt, demselben nicht nur die 500 Thlr., sondern noch außerdem 200 Thlr. in die hiesige Armenkasse". - Dupuis zählt die verschiedensten europäischen Städte auf, wo er die Ehre hatte, "wegen meiner ausgezeichneten Muskulatur als Muster ausgestellt zu werden". - Das Artisten - Lexikon des Saltarino (S. 54) zeichnet das Leben des bemerkenswerten Mannes aus Marseille nach, der 1888 im Alter von 97 Jahren in Württemberg starb. Bitte um Beachtung: Wir sind bis einschließlich 14.01.2016 im Urlaub, der Versand Ihrer Bestellung erfolgt am 15.01. - Please note: Until Jan. 14th we are on holidays, ordered items will be mailed at Jan. 15th. Bücher de

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        Circus Gymnasticus. Grosses Kampfspiel des Jean Dupuis im Ringen mit einem starken Mann von hier Namens Carl Gottlieb Schulze.

      München, 2. Januar 1835.. Plakat mit Holzschnitt (17 x 19.5 cm), eine Ringerszene darstellend. Blattgr.: 46 x 44 cm. Jean Dupuis beschreibt hier umfangreich die Regeln und nennt den ausgesetzten Preis von 500 Thalern, der demjenigen zugestanden wird, der Dupuis auf den Rücken werfen kann. Das habe allerding noch niemand vollbracht; zumindest sichert der Ringer jedem Wagemutigen zu, "daß ihnen nichts Uebles widerfahren wird. - Das Artisten-Lexikon des Saltarino (S. 54) zeichnet das Leben des bemerkenswerten Mannes aus Marseille nach, der 1888 im Alter von 97 Jahren in Württemberg starb. - Unten wohl mit etwas Textverlust (Druckerangabe) beschnitten. Tls. stockfleckig, mit kl. Hinterlegung.

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        Encyclopädie der Gesammten musikalischen Wissenschaften oder Universal-Lexicon der Tonkunst. Bearbeitet von M. Fink, de la Motte Fouqué, Grosheim, Heinroth, Marx, G. Nauenburg, Ludwig Rellstab, Ritter v. Seyfried, Schnyder v. Wartensee, Weber, Baron v. Winzingerode m. A.

      Stuttgart, Franz Heinrich Köhler, 1835 - 1838. Zus. sechs (6 volumes) Bände (komplett). 740, 749, 748, 748, 749 und 924 S., mit Notenbeispielen im Text u. auf teils ausklappbaren Tafeln. 4. Band S. 150 mit kl. Einriß. Gr.-8°, (23x14,5cm), marmorierte Pappeinbände der Zeit, mit jeweils 2 goldenen Leinen-Rückentiteln, dreiseitigem Rotschnitt / private bound (old times), marbled hardcover, with gold lettering titels on spine (cloth), with red edges. Wohl in alter Zeit eingebunden. Vorsatz gestempelt \"Aus der Musiksammlung Karl Höner\". Mit beiliegendem, gestochenem Ex libris Karl Höner. ZUSTAND: Titel u. Texte teilweise etwas stockfleckig, teilweise alte Feuchtigkeitsspuren sichtbar, jedoch keine Anhaftungen, teils leicht wellig. Titel des 5. Bandes am Seitenrand mit Papierstreifen verstärkt. Einbände etwas berieben, sonst sehr gut. / CONDITION: Partly foxing, covers minor worn, pages partly undulated, sometimes signs of watersstains. Very rare copies. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Seltene, schöne, musikalische Lexika, Lexica, Nachschlagewerke, Lexikon, des 19., neunzehnten Jahrhunderts, Musikliteratur, neunzehntes Jahrhundert, famous german music biographies

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        Das Leben Jesu, kritisch bearbeit.

      Tubngen: Verlag von C.F. Osiander, 1835-1836 First edition. Contemporary quarter leather over marble boards, gilt-ruled spines in compartments, with simple gilt ornaments. . Two volumes, octavo. With one diagram in Volume I and two duplicate leaves (cancels?) supplied at end of Volume I. Lightly foxed throughout, as usual, due to poor paper quality, small sections of some corners torn, with no loss of text. A very good, attractive set. The publication of 'The Life of Jesus Critically Considered' aroused a storm of controversy; its revolutionary thesis and content were violently attacked, and wrenched out of context ....Strauss's principal objective was to explode not only the traditional orthodox view of the Gospel accounts of the life of Jesus, but also earlier rationalistic views, notably those of H.S. Reimaris. He maintained with unyielding vigour the theory (which has no basis in fact) that the Christ of the Gospels, excepting the barest scraps of personal history, was the unintentional creation of the early Christian Messianic expectations. The miracles, to which he applied the severest and narrowest criteria, were thus largely dismissed as fiction, and his view of the relation of the human to the divine was jejeune. Strauss had expected the onslaught his work received ... " (Printing and the Mind of Man, 300).

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        [Sammelband von Ornamenten für Innendekoration] - Sammelband von 120 Bll mit Bleistiftzeichnungen auf Pauspapier, montiert auf Bütten. Es handelt sich teilweise um Kopien der Werke bzw. aus den Werken: BERNARD, Auguste. Recueil d`Ornamens de la Renaissance.. Paris 1837. / FLEURY CHANT, Encyclopedie Universelle d`Ornemens.. Paris 1841. / LECONTE, Emil. Variète ou choix d`Ornemens. Paris 1835.

       4°. 120 Bll. Inkl. Titelbll. der genannten Werke. Es handelt sich um Vorlagen für Innengestaltung, Stukkatur, Malerei etc. in verschiedenen Stilarten: Gotik, Renaissance, Antike. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Architektur, Kunsthandwerk, Innendekoration, Handzeichnung, Renaissance, Vorlagenwerk

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        Le Plutarque Francais, Vies des Hommes et Femmes Illustres de la France, Ave Leurs Portraits en pied; publié par Ed. Mennechet. (8 Volumes)

      Paris: L'Imprimerie de Crapelet, 1835-1841. First edition. Quarter Morocco. Marbled Boards.. Very Good Plus. 4to. 26.5 by 18 cm. 192 hand-colored engraved plates starting with Clovis and continuing on to the Napoleonic era, with the final portrait being of Eugene de Beauharnais. This is then a chronological presentation of the most important French personages -- monarchs, courtiers, warriors, poets, essayists and novelists, artists, saints, scientists, politicians, etc. The portraits accompany biographies of the individuals. Other than Napoleon, these articles run six to sixteen double columned pages, and so the treatments are most certainly not superficial glosses as one might find in a typical glossary of the famous or even a standard encyclopedia. (Napoleon, being the towering figure that he was, is treated to four articles and four portraits, the longest of the articles being 29 pp.) These pieces are written by many different authors, too numerous to list. In any case, it is surely the plates that are of greatest interest, some of awhich, among the more ancient, are artists' imaginings of how the individuals might have looked, since there is generally no accurate visual record of their appearance, if even there are paintings from the individuals' lifetime. The bright and varied coloring of the plates greatly enhances them, and this coloring is often enriched with gum arabic. (Note that this work is not always colored, and it is also uncommon to find the full complement of plates as are here. As with the writers of the biographical articles, the designers (artists) and engravers are too numerous to list. Some light scattered foxing, and more general browning to the pages. Light wear to outer hinges, but overall a clean, sound set.

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        MITCHELL'S COMPENDIUM OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS OF THE UNITED STATES; COMPRISING GENERAL NOTICES OF ALL THE MOST IMPORTANT CANALS AND RAIL-ROADS, THROUGHOUT THE SEVERAL STATES AND TERRITORIES OF THE UNION

      Philadelphia, 1835. In original gilt straight-grain morocco covers. Some expert repairs to spine ends. Some foxing on text leaves. Map with a few minor clean splits at folds, easily repairable. Binding clean and very good. The handsome map is MITCHELL'S MAP OF THE UNITED STATES; SHOWING THE PRINCIPAL TRAVELLING, TURNPIKE AND COMMON ROADS; ON WHICH ARE GIVEN THE DISTANCES IN MILES FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER.... The map includes insets of eight cities and regions (New Haven, Baltimore and Washington, New York, Boston, Charleston, etc.). The map extends westerly only to the Brazos River in Texas (still called Mexico) and Missouri Territory (noting Indian regions for Kickapoos, Shawnees, Osages, Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws, etc.). A very nice pocket map and traveller's guide by this prolific publisher of cartographic material.

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        Panorama von Nonnenwerth'.

      - gouachierte u. eiweißgehöhte Aquatinta v. Ruff n. Anton Ditzler b. F.C. Eisen in Köln, um 1835, 8,5 x 53 Schmitt, Die illustrierten Rhein-Beschreibungen, 59, 15. - Zeigt einen Blick von Rolandseck mit Rolandsbogen auf Nonnenwerth auf das gegenüberliegende Rheinufer mit Bad Honnef. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Ruine Hanstein, davor Göttinger Studentengruppe um ein Bierfaß.

      - Lithographie, um 1835, 42,5 x 60 Studentengruppe um ein Bierfaß ( stehend, sitzend und liegend mit Biergläsern ), im Hgr. die Burgruine Hanstein. - Blatt restauriert, allseitig angerändert.

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        \"Feyerliche Enthüllung des Monuments von König Maximilian am 13. Octbr. 1835\".

       Altkolorierte Lithographie von Gustav Kraus, München Verlag J.C. Hochwind, Druck von J.B. Dreseli, 1835, 24 x 35,5 cm. Pressler 410/II. - Blick von der Nordwestecke des Platzes auf das Hoftheater in der Mitte, den Königsbau links und das ehemalige von Klenze erbaute Postgebäude rechts. In der Mitte des Platzes das Denkmal für König Maximilian I. Joseph von Christian Rauch, auf das aus den Wolken ein Lichtstrahl fällt. Auf den Stufen des Hoftheaters ein Altar, von dem der Bischof zur Einweihung schreitet. Neben ihm Mitglieder des Königshause, um das Denkmal spalierbildende Landwehr, vorne reiche Münchner Staffage. - Breitrandig und frisch erhalten, im Unterrand Spur eines entfernten Flecks. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Ansichten, Max I.Joseph,Kön.v.Bay., Oberbayern

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        BREISACH. "Vue de la Ville du vieux Brisach". Hübsche Gesamtansicht von Süden, links der Rhein, im Vordergrun Fischer mit ihren Netzen.

      - Altkol. Aquatinta von Salathé bei L. Bleuler, um 1835, 18,5 x 28,5 cm. Schefold 21671. - Aus: "Vues des bords du Rhin", Nr. 45. - Alt auf Einfassungslinie geschnitten und mit handschriftlichem Titel.

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        Archiv für Hessische Geschichte und Alterthumskunde. Herausgegeben aus den Schriften des historischen Vereins für das Großherzogthum Hessen. - Erster Band.

      Darmstadt Leske- 1837 1835 - VI, 580 SS. m. 2 mehrf. gefalt. Stammtaf. u. 9 ( 3 gefalt.) lithogr. Taf., 8°, Ppbd. d. Zt. ( ber., besch. u. best.). Die Ansichten zeigen Münzenberg ( im Jahre 1655 ), die Starkenburg ( i.J. 1644 ), der Breuberg. - Titel gestempelt. Sauber und gut erhalten. - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ansicht mit dem Hafen, "Port - Louis à l'Ile de France".

      - Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Himely n. Pâris aus Laplace, Voyage autour du monde b. Sainson, 1835, 22 x 31 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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        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! Bitte um Beachtung: Wir sind bis einschließlich 14.01.2016 im Urlaub, der Versand Ihrer Bestellung erfolgt am 15.01. - Please note: Until Jan. 14th we are on holidays, ordered items will be mailed at Jan. 15th.

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        Mit hochobrigkeitlicher Bewilligung wird Unterzeichner (.) seine Affen-Komödie in einer großen brillanten Vorstellung zu geben die Ehre haben.

      (Frankfurt), gedruckt bei Heller und Rohm, ca. 1835. - Einblattdruck mit gr. Holzschnitt-Illustration (17 x 22 cm). Blattgr. 41,5 x 22 cm. Unterhaltsame Vorführung des Augsburgers Joseph Trede, der in mehreren Szenen seine dressierten Affen Kunststücke vorführen lässt, u. a. eine Restaurantszene mit Affen, die von einem Hund bedient werden. Jocko wird als Reiter eines Ziegenbockes brillieren, Kunststücke auf dem Seil und komische Szenen mit Affen werden auch das Publikum unterhalten. Hunde und auch ein Kakadu geben auch einige Kunststücke zum Besten. - Der Holzschnitt zeigt eine Manegenszene: Ein Dompteur präsentiert einen springenden Hund, auf seinem Rücken balanciert einbeinig ein kostümierter Affe. - Mit horizontaler Faltung. Sehr gutes Exemplar! Bitte um Beachtung: Wir sind bis einschließlich 14.01.2016 im Urlaub, der Versand Ihrer Bestellung erfolgt am 15.01. - Please note: Until Jan. 14th we are on holidays, ordered items will be mailed at Jan. 15th.

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        The Gallery of Modern British Artists; Consisting of a Series of Engravings from Works of the Most Eminent Artists of the Day. Two volumes in one.

      London, Simpkin and Marshall and T.W. Stevens, 1835. 4°, Ledereinband Signed full black morocco from E. Allen, Leicester, ornate border gilt-stamped on boards, ornaments and title in gilt-stamped in spine compartments (5 raised bands), gilt dentelles, all edges gilt; Collates complete, pp. iv, 68, plus 78 engraved plates. Spine slight bit sunned; front cover detached, some scuffing along joints; corners gently bumped, otherwise a good copy. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Kupferstichen, Malerei

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