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        Rheinreise von Straßburg bis Rotterdam. Sammt Ausflügen an die Nahe, die Mosel, die Ahr, in die Bäder des Taunus, nach Aachen und Spa, und den wichtigeren holländischen Städten. Mit architektonisch-historischen Bemerkungen über die Bauwerke am Rhein von dem Königl. Preuß. Bau-Inspektor von Lassaulx.

      Koblenz, Bädeker, [1835].. 2., erw. und verb. Aufl. 17 x 11,5 cm. [6] Bl., 517 S. Mit 12 num. Umrissllithographien in Blauton. Ohne die beiden Faltkarten. Schuckloses Ganzleinen. Titelschild auf dem Vorderdeckel montiert. Einband berieben und stärker fleckig. Titelblatt mit schwarzgrundigem Monogrammstempel D.E. Durchgehend gebräunt und stockfleckig. Einige Lagen gelockert: in der Folge Randläsuren bei den entsprechenden Blättern. Eines dieser Blätter mit langem hinterlegtem Einriss (177/78).. Hinrichsen D1. Trotz der fehlenden Karten ein sehr interessantes Exemplar. Ob es sich dabei um eine bisher unbeschriebene Einbandvariante des Verlages handelt, steht im Raum, denn auf dem Vorderdeckel ist ein 5,5 x 7,5 cm großes Titelschild montiert. Wegen der Maße kann es sich wohl kaum um das in der Literatur beschriebende Rückenschild handeln (das uns jedoch nicht bekannt ist). Zweifelsfrei handelt es sich aber um ein Titelschild der zweiten Auflage!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        Stonington Connecticut Mathematics Notebook

      [Stonington, Connecticut]. [circa 1835]. Notebook. Folio. (100)pp. String-tied stiff paper wrappers, likely as issued. Moderately rubbed and soiled wrappers with tears and nicks to the extremities and with toned and soiled page, though still quite legible, good or better. A book of handwritten mathematics notes that fill all but 21 pages with examples of compound division, circular motion, the rule of three, interest, commissions, bartering annuities, vulgar fractions, etc. Likely the book of Francis Noyes, a resident of Stonington, Connecticut, whose name is written repeated on the front, back and inside of the wrappers. A weathered but nevertheless interesting mathematics reference book of the day possibly for a small business or farm. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sex månader i Westindien, år 1825. Öfversättning från engelskan med anmärkningar af C. A. Carlsson.

      1835 - Linköping, A. Petre, 1835. 8:o. (8),214,(1) pp. Uncut and sewn in contemporary stiff grey paper wrappers with MS label. Spine partly defective and faded. Old repairs to title, pp. (4-5), 15, 65 och 195, all done with grey paper. A couple of old signatures. Translated from the third enlarged edition 1832. C. A. Carlsson was vicar of the Swedish congregation on St. Barthélemy 1830-33 and started a school "for the children of better men" on the island. After his return to Sweden he translated this work by Coleridge and supplied it with his own commentaries, in which he, among other things, made spiteful remarks about the methodists, whose influence he had tried to marginalize during his stay on St. Barthélemy. Carlsson's many comments give interesting insights into the daily life in the Swedish colony and his voyage to and from the island. For example, the text contains additions by Carlsson on the "talkytalky language" ("the gibberish of the negroes"), on "colourful concubines" and his own observations such as the sharks' preference for the flesh from white before that of black men. Carlsson hesitantly supports a gradual liberation of the West-Indian slaves, but turns against the unfavourable descriptions of the plantation owners: "A plantationer loves his slave as the Swedish farmer loves his horse, that is, often more than his wife." In fact, Carlsson's own opinion of the slaves mirrors the racist beliefs of his time: "The negro, as I have been able to observe him in the West Indies, is barely half human; the rest is ape and tiger. [.] The negro as a slave is humble and often faithful to a master who understands to treat him with earnest kindness; but in freedom he is the most reckless and conceited being on Earth". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB]
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        Report from the Select Committee on Secondary Punishments Report from the Select Committee on Secondary Punishments

      London: House of Commons, 1835. Folio; 177pp., a good copy in original printed wrappers, rebacked. Transcript of evidence given by people involved in administering secondary punishment in New South Wales. Evidence is provided by among others, the surgeon, governor, and chaplain of the Penitentiary. The Appendix addresses future possibilities for the treatment of convicts in New South Wales.

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        RÉPERTOIRE UNIVERSEL ET RAISONNÉ DE JURISPRUDENCE, 5èmeéd. réduite aux objets dont la connaissance peut encore être utile, augmentée 1°) de notes indicatives des changements apportés aux lois anciennes ( ), 2°) de dissertations, de plaidoyers et de réquisitions ( ), 3°) des changements que les lois françaises ont subis, dans le royaume des Pays-Bas, depuis l’année 1814; corrigée et fondue avec les additions formant les tomes 15, 16 et 17 de la 4èmeéd., (manque t. I) RECUEIL ALPHABÉTIQUE DE QUESTIONS DE DROIT, 4èmeéd. revue, corrigée et considérablement augmentée et TABLE GÉNÉRALE alphabétique et raisonnée des matières contenues dans le Répertoire de Jurisprudence et dans les Recueil alphabétique des Questions de droit par L. R., Nouvelleéd.

      Bruxelles H. Tarlier 1828 À 1835 - , 35 vol. in-8, demi-veau fauve, tit. et tom. dorés sur dos lisses ornés de dentelles et filets dorés, impression en double colonne, (dos insolés, ors passés, épidermures sur 4 vol., nombreuses coiffes accidentées, coupes et coins émoussés, tr. sup. noircies, qq. mors lég. fendus, p. de tit. manquant aux t. IV, XXII et XXX, qq. mouillures).

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        Traite clinique des Maladies du Coeur. 2 vols.

      . Paris, J.B. Bailliere, 1835, 8°, XXI, (2), (1); 534 pp.; (4), 632 pp., 8 gefaltete lith. Tafeln nach A. Chazal von Ambroise Tardien, 2 Halbledereinbände d.Zt.. First Edition ! - - Jean-Baptiste Bouillaud (16 September 1796 - 29 October 1881) Bouillaud performed research of many medical diseases and conditions, including cancer, cholera, heart disease and encephalitis, to name a few. He is remembered for providing a correlation between rheumatism and heart disease, .... - - Bouillaud was an early practitioner of the drug digitalis for treatment of heart ailments. He referred to digitalis as the "opium of the heart". Along with cardiologist Pierre Potain (1825-1901), he performed studies of "heart sounds" involving the differentiation between normal and abnormal heart rhythms. - - "Vol. 2, page 238: 'Bouillaud's disease' - rheumatic endocarditis. Although not first to note the cardiac manifestations of acute rheumatism, Bouillaud was the first to demonstrate the frequency and importance of heart disease co-incident with acute articular rheumatism. The above work includes the first description of a case of mitral disease with articular rheumatism." - - "Landmark in cardiology, representing the application of Laennec's auscultation to diseases of the heart. He first described and named endocarditis, first recorded accurate methodes of weighing and measuring the heart, and described the 'bruit de diable', and the bruit de rappel' in mital stenosis... His law of coincidence between acute rheumatic pericarditis and endocarditis (1836) finally established rheumatic heart disease (Maladie de Bouillaud) as a clinical entity" Bedford 377). - - Garrison & Morton No.2749; Bedford No. 377; Heirs of Hippocratres No. 1563; Norman No. 288; Willius Key pp. 443-444

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S]
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        Neues vollständiges Giftbuch, worin Gelehrte und Ungelehrte etwas zu ihrem Nutzen finden werden; insbesondere ein lehrreiches Exempelbuch für den Bürger und Bauersmann und ganz besonders für Eltern und Lehrer. Mit 34 Blättern Abbildungen.

      Kellenberger, Chur 1835 - ix (1) Seiten, 1 Bl., 214 Seiten. 34 kolorierte Tafeln, Ppbd. (Schlangenledermuster), farbiger Blattschnitt, 16,5 x 10 cm. Vollständig; mit allen 34 kolorierten Tafeln. - Enthält zahlreiche Fallbeispiele. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, das Titelblatt mit Fehlstelle (unterlegt), innen insgesamt etwas fleckig. Sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar. ["Gift, Toxikologie, Alraun, Arsenik, Arsenikblüthe, Auripigment, Beißbeere, Bilsenkraut, Bingelkraut, Bittersüß, Blattergift, schwarze Blattern, Blausäure, Blei, Bleiasche, Bleikalk, Bleiweiß, Bohnen des heiligen Ignatius, Bovist, Brätling, Brechruhr, Brennwurz, Brillenschlange, Buche, Buschspinne, Cholera, Christoffelkraut, grüne Christwurz, Curassaospinne, Eibenbaum, Eidechse, Eisenhut, Farbenstaub, Faulfieber, gelbes Fieber, Fingerhut, Firnißbaum, Fliegenschwamm, Fliegenstein, Froschlöffel, Gänsefuß, Gerberbaum, Germer, getreiderost, Gichtrübe, venerisches Gift, Giftbaum, Giftkobold, Giftsumach, Gips, Gottsgnadenkraut, Grünspan, Hahnenfuß, Hahnensporn, Hautwurm, Heckenkirsche, Herbstzeitlose, schwarzer Hollunder, Höllenfurie; Hornviper, Hundspetersilie, Judenkirsche, Kaiserkrone, Kalk, Kellerdünste, Kellerhals, Kermestaude, Kirschlorbeer, Klapperschlangen, Kohlendampf (Kohlenmonoxid), Krähenaugen, Krätze, bunte Kronwicke, gelbe Kronwicke, gekrönte Kronwicke, Kröte, Küchenschelle, Kupfer, Leinkraut, Lolch, verdorbene Luft, Lungenseuche, Mandelbaum, Masern, Mennig, Messing, Milzbrand, Mohn, Moorluft, Mutterkorn, Nachtschatten, Natter, Nießwurz, Orangenspinne, Peltschen, Pestgift, Pfaffenhütlistrauch, Phosphor, Quecksilber, Rauschgelb, Ratzenstein, Realgar, Rebendolde, Ruhr, Sanrach, arsenige Säure."] 352 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn]
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        Neues vollständiges Giftbuch, worin Gelehrte und Ungelehrte etwas zu ihrem Nutzen finden werden; insbesondere ein lehrreiches Exempelbuch für den Bürger und Bauersmann und ganz besonders für Eltern und Lehrer. Mit 34 Blättern Abbildungen. -

      Chur: Kellenberger 1835,. ix (1) Seiten, 1 Bl., 214 Seiten, 34 kolorierte Tafeln, Ppbd. (Schlangenledermuster), farbiger Blattschnitt, 16,5 x 10 cm. Vollständig; mit allen 34 kolorierten Tafeln. - Enthält zahlreiche Fallbeispiele. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, das Titelblatt mit Fehlstelle (unterlegt), innen insgesamt etwas fleckig. Sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar..

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        The Life of Admiral Viscount Exmouth

      New York: William Jackson, 1835. 12mo. xii, 287 pp. b/w plates. Edward Pellew entered the navy in 1770, went to America with Burgoyne in 1776 and acquitted himself well in battle on Lake Champlain, then was taken prisoner at Saratoga. His mostly successful career continued until 1791 when he was put on half pay and tried his hand at farming. The war with France saved him from a life behind the plow and he took command of the 36 gun frigate “Nymphe”. Though shorthanded she captured the first French vessel of the war, and important French codes, resulting in PellewÂ’s being knighted. A long and exciting second career ensued, the whole being worthy of a 20 volume series of naval fiction. Even if youÂ’re not planning such a work, you can get the facts in this book, which the DNB cites as the principal authority. This is a remarkable first American edition, with a folding “Plan of Sea Defenses at Algiers” lithographed by “N. Currier. No.1 Wall St, N.Y.” Currier opened his Wall Street office in 1835. This early lithograph is of such scarcity that it is not recorded in ConninghamÂ’s Currier & Ives Prints: An Illustrated Check List (New York, 1949). Worldcat shows only two libraries, both in Canada, holding copies of this American edition. Bookplate of Rear Admiral S.F. DuPont on the front paste down.

      [Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co.]
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        Confederazione Messicana tratta dalle ultime mappe di Humboldt e di Buchon per l\'ATL di A. Le Sage; editore Girolamo Tasso, Venezia 1833

      Tasso, Girolamo, Venice 1835 - Size : 330x481 (mm), 13x18.875 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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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

      A.W. Webster, 1835. Cloth. Good. 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. 1st Edition. xxxiii, (1), 740pp, iilustrated with 31 plates, including 6 maps and charts, some outlined in colour and 2 folding, 24 views, some hand coloured. Rebound in blue cloth with gilt titling to spine. After the embarrassment of Ross's first voyage in which he claimed to see the mountains in Lancaster Sound, it took him a decade to source private backing (he had lost the confidence of the British Admiralty) for a second trip. Ross travelled through Lancaster Sound into Prince Regent inlet and onto Boothia Peninsula, while on the way finding remnants of Parry's ship "Fury" which had been wecked on North Somerset Island. For three consecutive winters Ross and his men were stuck in ice, but used the time wisely to learn mapping, hunting, sewing, transportation and language from the local inuit. 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. A whaler rescued Ross and his crew in 1833, and remarkably, it was the same vessel which Ross had commanded on his first voyage. Arctic Bib 14866; Chavanne 1450; Sabin 73381.Browning, foxing and marking to plates, especially to the frontispiece and title pages, damp staining to some pages, the frontispiece and title page have been strengthened when the book was rebound. Part of Comparative chart missing, interestingly many of the plates are duplicated, so some are in monotone and colour. Very large folding map fragile with small tear but complete. Some old minor worm damage to margins, mainly to Addenda and the odd plate. Overall in Good Condition. This work was issued with or without an appendix volume of scientific reports; it is not present here. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Arctic & Antarctic; Antarctic; Inventory No: 2750. .

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        Sydney Harbour from Archdeacon's House, Dawes Point... Sydney Harbour from Archdeacon's House, Dawes Point

      circa, 1835. Pencil sketch, 150 x 255mm, mounted and framed. Sydney Harbour from Dawes Point. A charming 1830's drawing of Sydney Harbour from Dawes Point, similar to a watercolour by Charles Rodius held by the Mitchell Library titled 'Sydney Harbour from Archdeacon's House, Dawes Point' and dated 1831.In the middle ground can be seen Fort Denison, the site of the Opera House today with the gardens of The Domain stretching to the right.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        DE L'ETABLISSEMENT DES FRANCAIS DANS LA REGENCE D'ALGER ET DES MOYENS D'EN ASSURER LA PROSPERITE, 2 TOMES (INCOMPLET)

      Chez Firmin Didot Frères, Paris 1835 - RO40202919: 532 pages pour le tome I et tome II vendu jusqu'à la page 172 (2e partie manquante). Tome II illustré d'un plan en noir et blanc sur planche dépliable hors texte. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons et annotations de bibliothèque sur les 1ers plats et en pages de titre. Dos du tome I fendu avec cahiers détachés. Manques sur les bords des plats du tome I. (Très rare) Suivi d'un grand nombre de pièces justificatives, par M. P. Genty de Bussy, Conseiller d'Etat, Sous-Intendant militaire, Ex-Intendant civil de la Régence d'Alger. In-8 Broché. A relier. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 965-Algérie [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Mathewses' Annual Bristol Directory And Commercial List; Being An Entire Classification Of Professions And Trades with a Great Variety Of Information Suited to All Classes Of Persons As will Be Seen By The Following Contents For 1835 Containing upwards Of Nine Thousand Names [THIRTY SEVENTH EDITION PUBLISHED 1835]

      M Mathews & Son, Bristol, 1835. Thirty Seventh Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Book - in Near Very Good Victorian half leather and marbled covered paper boards - some rubbing to the leather and some rubbing and surface loss to the marbled paper and some rubbing and wearing to the extreme board edges. Contents, the title pages are heavily browned but the rest of the pages have browned but not too heavily, some marking and ink annotation to some pages, previous owner's small neat name to the free front end paper and book plate to the front paste down of Arthur Robinson, Lawrence Weston, Henbury, Gloucestershire, which we believe to be the cricketer who played for Gloucestershire [born 22nd June 1855 and died 24th February 1913]. An attractive and tightly bound copy of a Scarce Title. Size: 7 inches tall by 4 inches. 315 pages & 28 page catalogue to the rear. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Travel & Places; Inventory No: 6089..

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        Albina, ein Taschenbuch für Wanderer in der sächsischen Schweiz. ...enthaltend: eine Beschreibung des meißner Hochlandes und der merkwürdgen umliegenden Oerter.

      Pirna, Conrad Diller, 1835.. 4., sehr verb. und verm. Aufl. X, 245 S. Mit 24 tls. doppelblattgr. Kupfern, gezeichnet und gestochen von C. A. Richter. Mit 1 Reisecharte. Ill. OPp.d.Zt. Illustrierter Orig.-Pappband.. Einband berieben und mit Gebrauchsspuren, innen nur gering fleckig, Buchblock gelockert.

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        Map of the Choo Keang or Pearl River, together with the volume of The Chinese Repository (Volume III) in which it was issued.

      Printed for the Proprietors,, Canton, China: 1835 - Rare early map of Canton and the Pearl River, extending from Canton down to Ladrone Island, with place names in Chinese and English, including "factories" shown at Canton and Hong Kong island, from the third volume of "The Chinese Repository", the world's first major journal concerned with Chinese culture, language, history and politics. The Repository was edited by Elijah Coleman Bridgman (1801 - 1861), an early Protestant missionary who arrived in China in 1830, prior to the Opium War. Bridgman was the first American "China expert"; in addition to editing the Repository he wrote a history of the United States in Chinese, and as a translator worked with the Chinese government on the first treaty between the US and China. The volume covers from May 1834, to April 1835. This volume of the Repository is replete with fascinating material: The Chinese Written Language; Remarks on Chinese History; Chinese Pirates; Early Intercourse with China; Chinese Classics; Agriculture in China; Jews in China; Mohammedism; Promulgation of the Gospel in China; Comparisons of the Modes of Printing in Chinese; Funeral Sermon; Portuguese in China; British Authorities in China; British Relations with China; The Mongols; Diet of the Chinese; Chinese Peasant Hoo Loo; Universal Peace; Small Feet of Chinese Females; Woo Tsihteen, Empress of China; The Fur Trade; Christian Missions in China; The Sandwich Islands; The Bonin Islands; Lord North's Island (Pelew); Negotiations with China (p417); Sumatra; The Turks; Rice; Panang; The Huns; Japan; Obituary of Dr. Morrison; Burmah. The map, which is separate from the volume, has been professionally cleaned and repaired, with small areas at the margins repaired by leafcasting, and the entire map cleaned, resized and flattened. 14 1/4 x 18 1/2". (with) The Chinese Repository: 8vo, 584pp, Index [viii]. Later green morocco binding, raised bands, gold gilt title at spine. Verso of early pages fortified (due to brittleness on inner hinge), which is causing cracking outside of the reinforcement, not affecting the legibility of pages. A few tears at foredges of Index. All pages are able to be handled and read comfortably. OCLC: 1554371; Lowendahl, vol. II, no. 910 lists volume 4 of this series, referencing several articles in the volume recorded in Cordier. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Democracy in America

      London: Saunders and Otley. 1835. First British Edition. Hardcover. First edition in English. In two volumes. xliv, 333pp + publisher's advertisement; viii, 462pp. Later half calf over marbled boards, spines with raised bands, decorated and lettered in gold, edges sprinkled red. Large folding map in volume two. Translated by Henry Reeve. Very mild overall wear. A near fine set. Howes T-278. Sabin 96062. ; Octavo .

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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...1833. Inc the Reports of ..Capt. James Clark Ross TOGETHER with Appendix (2 Volumes)

      A.W. Webster, 1835. Cloth. Very Good. 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. 1st Edition. xxxiii, (1), 740pp, iilustrated with 31 plates, including 6 maps and charts, some outlined in colour and 2 folding, 24 views, some hand coloured. Appendix: xii, 120pp, cxliv, ciii. Half cream leather with dark brown leather boards, spine ruled with black leather spine labels, titled in gilt. After the embarrassment of Ross's first voyage in which he claimed to see the mountains in Lancaster Sound, it took him a decade to source private backing (he had lost the confidence of the British Admiralty) for a second trip. Ross travelled through Lancaster Sound into Prince Regent inlet and onto Boothia Peninsula, while on the way finding remnants of Parry's ship "Fury" which had been wecked on North Somerset Island. For three consecutive winters Ross and his men were stuck in ice, but used the time wisely to learn mapping, hunting, sewing, transportation and language from the local inuit. 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. A whaler rescued Ross and his crew in 1833, and remarkably, it was the same vessel which Ross had commanded on his first voyage. Arctic Bib 14866; Chavanne 1450; Sabin 73381. Narrative; Browning, foxing and marking to plates and some pages, previous owners (George Broadrick) signature to title page the frontispiece, the large folding map has been mounted on canvas and very nicely coloured by the previousowner. The appendix has the frontispiece and one plate missing (1 of 3 plates of diagrams of the class hymenoptera so not too much of a loss), some pages still uncut, page lx has a tear across but is complete. Overall in Very Good Condition. Although produced to accompany the Narrative, the Appendix is much less common and may have been printed in a smaller number. [AB 14866] The price is for the set. The lengthy appendix adds significantly to the work and includes additional color plates of Eskimos and a vocabulary of the Eskimo language, as well as a report about the natural history of the Arctic. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Arctic & Antarctic; Antarctic; Inventory No: 2752. .

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        L'Album des peuples ou collection de tableaux représentant les cérémonies les plus remarquables de diverses nations du monde

      Paris: J. Langlume et Peltier, 1835. Octavo, with 20 handcoloured plates (including frontispiece), a little foxing of the text but a very good copy in original patterned green papered boards, rubbed. A charming French account of the peoples of the world written for younger readers and featuring twenty vibrant hand-coloured plates including a Tahitian scene and a depiction of a war canoe from New Zealand.The chapter on Polynesia comprises a rather good description of the manners and customs of Tahiti. The brightly coloured plate, titled Repas d'un chef d'Otaiti, depicts a chief draped in scarlet cloth with three attendants serving and preparing his meal. Some elements of the scene, such as the cocoanut palm and native dwelling at the rear, are reminiscent of the Pacific although the draped apparel of the figures is of oriental influence. The plate depicting the war canoe of New Zealand is based on a study by Sydney Parkinson, and although the cloaks and garments of the figures are fancifully coloured the engraving does reproduce much of the intricate ornamental detail of the carved prow of the vessel.Additional plates of interest include a native family of Tierra de Fuego inside their rough dwelling, Eskimo's making a fire and a depiction of a slave in the Congo in shackles being led to market.With the bookplate of Paul Gavault, seemingly the French writer and director.

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        Grundriss der Seelenheilkunde. 2 Bde.

      - Berlin, Theodor Christain Friedrich Enslin, 1835-1837, 8°, X, 809,(1); VI, 975, (1) pp., 2 feine marmorierte Pappbände im Stil der Zeit, mit Rückenschilddern und Rückenvergoldung; kleiner St.a.Tit. First Edition! - Christian Ludwig Ideler (1766-1846) "was primarily interested in the non-somatic causes of mental illness, although he certainly accepted somatic causes as well. He pointed out the importance of the passions in the genesis of insanity and questioned how they could be so poorly controlled. This line of questioning eventually led to a central point in Ideler's psychiatric thinking: drives. According to Ideler, drives are elements of the mind. They help satisfy human needs and are consequently necessary components of human life. Each drive develops on its own. Certain external influences and a lack of morals can lead to drive disharmony. One drive may develop at the expense of others and lead to an imbalance-namely, to insanity. Knowledge of the existence of the drives and the realisation of the necessity of their uniform development was an important premise for the maintenance of psychic health and a harmonious mental life. Those who are unable to achieve this state on their own, however, are prone to insanity and need a doctor's help. This is why only a moral and well-educated doctor should practise psychiatry. In addition to his drive psychology, which certainly shows parallels with Sigmund Freud's (1856-1939) later psychoanalytical ideas, Ideler's biographic-psychogenic approach is also noteworthy. In his case studies, he made particular use of the newly established discipline of forensic psychiatry, thereby helping to validate it. He emphasised the necessity of a comprehensive psychological examination that takes into consideration personal history, mental and physical peculiarities and also the social milieu and situation in which delinquent acts are committed. Ideler thought it particularly important to view people in their entirety; he strove to heal the ailing person, not the illness. This kind of comprehensive, anthropological approach makes good sense in the age of scientific medicine." K Haack and E Kumbier: Carl Wilhelm Ideler (1795-1860): a controversial German psychiatrist of the 19th century. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2006 August; 77(8): 947. - - Hunter-M. 1018; Kat. d. Josephin. Bibl. Wien 333 (nur Bd. I); Hirsch-H. III, 367 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GUIDA DEL FORESTIERE per la città di Bologna e suoi sobborghi.

      S.Tommaso,, Bologna, 1835 - in-8, pp. XXXVI, 284, leg. cart. coevo con tass. al d. Gr. pianta della città ripiegata inc. dal Canuti in antip. con 51 rimandi e 14 belle tavv. inc. in rame, anche ripiegate. Belliss. esempl. in leg. orig. [318]

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        Sämmtliche Schriften. Vollständige, vom Verfasser selbst besorgte, Verbesserte und vermehrte Original-Ausgabe letzter Hand. 31 Bände (hier in 26 Büchern)

      Stuttgart, Scheible's Buchhandlung,, 1835 - 1837.. 1. Ausgabe (WG 40) 1 gestochenes Portr. (Langbein) und 32 Stahlstichtafeln 15 cm, Halbledereinband, dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. Einbände in einem guten Zustand, Buchblöcke teils fleckenfrei, teils leichter und teils deutlicher braunfleckig

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        Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States

      Leavitt, Lord, & Co., New York, 1835, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, First EditionSize: 16mo - over 5?" - 6?" tall, 208 pages. "The numbers of Brutus, originally published in the New-York Observer Revised and Corrected by the Author" - subtitle. "The public mind is awake far and wide to the fact, that Popery is a political as well as a religious system, nor will freemen be lulled to sleep by the popish anodyne of no controversy; they will not rest till these more than suspicious manoeuverings of Jesuit intriguers; of Austrian conspirators against their liberties, shall have been searched to the bottom." - from Preface. Backstrip missing its lower half as well as a chip from top end. Original pasted label still present and clearly legible upon backstrip. Maroon boards faded with average wear. Presentation plate and few library markings inside front board. Minimal additional library markings to contents which have darkened with age. Binding tight and square. Lower corner of pages ix through 42 rumpled. Foxing to endpapers. Author invented the telegraph and its code which bears his name, Former Library Copy

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        NUEVO MANUAL DE PRÁCTICA FORENSE

      Imprenta de F. Vallés - Barcelona. 1835. 11X15. Pasta española con tejuelo. 2ª edición aumentada con el reglamento provisional para la administración de justicia en lo respectivo á la jurisdicción real ordinaria, sus aclaraciones, un tratado de los juicios estraordinarios y los formularios correspondientes, por D.F.S. 3 tomos + 1 apéndice encuadernados en 5 volúmenes: 894 pag+15 hojas; 283 págs+8 hojas; 335 págs+3 hojas; 331 págs+4 hojas. Ref 8.8 Biblioteca AD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NUEVO MANUAL DE PRACTICA FORENSE

      - 2ª edición aumentada con el reglamento provisional para la administración de justicia en lo respectivo á la jurisdicción real ordinaria, sus aclaraciones, un tratado de los juicios estraordinarios y los formularios correspondientes, por . Barcelona, Imprenta de F. Vallés, 1835, 11x15, 3 tomos + 1 apéncice encuadernados en 5 volúmenes: 894 pag 15 hojas, 283 págs. 8 hojas. 335 págs. 3 hojas. 331 págs 4 hojas. Encuadernados en plema piel de época con tejuelos, hierros y ruedas en lomeras (52203).

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        Nuevo Manual De Practica Forense 3 Volumenes

      Imprenta De F. Valles, Barcelona 1835 - La obra consta de 3 tomos y un apendice en 3 libros, a saber: libro I, 894 pag.+26 de indice, Libro II, contiene los tomos 2 y 3, con 335 pag.+8 de indicey el libro III, marcado como Apendice 351 pag.+8 de indice. El estado de esta obra es mas que correcto, ya que tiene muy pocas paginas con no muchas manchas de oxido, y solo hay unas pocas hojas intonso, debido a que tiene los cantos pintados. Pasta española con lomo y punteras en pergamino. Size: 15x11

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        im Gebiete des Vereins deutscher Eisenbahnverwaltungen. Bearb. von R[ichard] von Helmholtz u. W[ilhelm] Staby. (Bd. 2: Vereins mitteleuropäischer Eisenbahnverwaltungen. Hrsg. vom Verein mitteleuropäischer Eisenbahnverwaltungen... in Zusammenarbeit mit [Erich] Metzeltin). 2 Text- u. 2 Tafelbände. Mit zus. 1197 Abb., 34 gefalt. Zahlentafeln u. 67 (38 doppelblattgr., 28 gefalt.) Tafeln. München u. Berlin, R. Oldenbourg, 1930 u. 1937. 4to. (29,5 x 21,0 cm). 1: XI, 446 S.; 2 Bl. 2: XVI, 495 S.; IV S. Orig.-Leinwandbände mit Goldprägung.

      . . I. 1835-1880. - II. 1880-1920. - Das immer noch maßgebliche Standardwerk zur Entwicklung der deutschen bzw. mitteleuropäischen Dampflokomotive von ihren Anfängen bis zum Ende des 1. Weltkrieges. - Bd. I mit Exlibris u. Stempel der Henschel & Sohn AG, Kassel. - Metzeltin 1704 u. 2447. - Gutes Exemplar.

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        Scenes de l'enfance et de la vie sociale / Scenes of the childhood, and others.

      Paris, Veith, um 1835. - 6 lithographische Tafeln von Deveria, Blattgröße jeweils 55 x 36,5 cm, Bildgröße ca. 25 x 20 cm. Lose in blauem Original-Lieferungsumschlag. Genreszenen aus dem täglichen Leben mit Kindern. - Etwas stockfleckig, eine Tafel am Rand mit kleinem Einriss; alle Tafeln mit Trockenstempel des Verlegers. - Series of 6 large lithographed genre scenes with children by Deveria. In original illustrated wrappers. Occasional foxing, one small tear in margin. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        GONZAGA DI MANTOVA Famiglie celebri italiane.

      Milano, Ferrario, 1835. In-folio, bross. azzurra rifatta, 21 doppie tavole di testo e un grande stemma miniato + 8 tavole a doppia pag. di illustrazioni, fra cui: 1 magnifica tav. colorata d?'epoca che riproduce il celebre quadro del Moroni con la ?"caduta di Bonacolsi ed elevazione dei Gonzaga nel 1328?", 1 carta geografica colorata del Ducato di Mantova e 1 con personaggi, parzialm. colorata, tutte inc. in rame. Cfr. Ferrante Boschetti, 37. Ingialliture al margine bianco del testo e delle tavole, peraltro ben conservato.

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        Tratado de Mecánica Práctica y Economia Politica que con el titulo de Economia de máquinas y manufacturas escribió en inglés: traducido de la 3a edicion y ampliado con notas por D. José Diez Imbrechts.

      Madrid, litografia de Martinez y Compa. 1835. - in-4. 1f. XX. Portrait. 356pp. Demi-veau, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque, quelques défauts, le coin inférieur du second plat est coupé). Première Edition Espagnole, très rare, de cet important traité précurseur de la mécanique industrielle moderne. Charles Babbage (1791-1871) le composa alors qu'il travaillait à sa célèbre machine à calculer, ancêtre de l'ordinateur moderne, pour l'élaboration de laquelle il avait visité et analysé de nombreux ateliers et manufactures. Cet ouvrage contient notamment de nombreuses vues économiques novatrices, incluant notamment des techniques scientifiques de gestion des ressources humaines (subdivision du travail, maîtrise des coûts salariaux, rémunération au mérite etc.). Publié en anglais en 1832, l'ouvrage fut immédiatement traduit en plusieurs langues. La présente édition espagnole est l'une des plus rares. Son traducteur José Diez Imbrechts (1787-1849) était un entrepreneur espagnol qui fut notamment l'un des précurseurs des chemins de fer espagnols. Intéressant exemplaire provenant de la bibliothèque des ateliers de la marque automobile Hispano-Suiza pendant la guerre civile (avec son cachet portant l'appellation "Industria Colectivizada"). Belle page de titre lithographiée représentant un jeune couple au travail dans un atelier avec un métier à tisser. Rousseurs sur le portrait mais bon exemplaire par ailleurs.

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        Real empresa de Isabel Segunda. Exposición dirigida al Excmo. Señor Secretario de Estado y del despacho de lo interior por¿

      Madrid 1835 - Madrid, 1835. 1h. cubierta, 4h., 52p. 16p. de apéndice. Conserva cubiertas originales. Papel de hilo. Holandesa puntas de piel vuelta. Nervios y tejuelos. Grandes márgenes. Raro. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CURSO COMPLETO DE PARTOS Y DE ENFERMEDADES DE MUGERES Y DE NIÑOS acompañado de tablas sinópticas y veinte y cuatro laminas litografiadas.

      - Traducido por el licenciado Juan López Villarino. Dos volúmenes encuadernados en pasta española de época. 21,3x14,5. Vol. 1: 2 hh.+XII pp.+264 pp.+8 tablas plegadas+24 láminas litografiadas+4 hh. Vol. 2: 2 hh.+VI pp.+1 h.+256 pp. Por Ibarra, imp. de Cámara de S. M. Madrid, 1835 (el tomo 1). Imp. de los Hijos de Doña Catalina Piñuela. Madrid, 1836 (tomo 2). LIBROS ANTIGUOS

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        Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain (12 Volumes)

      Harding and Lepard, London 1835 - 12 volumes. Engraved from Authentic Pictures in the Galleries of the Nobility and the Public Collections of the Country. With Biographical and Historical Memoirs of their lives and actions. Full polished calf, black leather labels, gilt tooling on spine and all edges, double gilt fillets on covers, marbled enpapers and all edges. 240 finely engraved plates of paintings by Holbein, Vandyke, Lely, Kneller, Ramsey, Reynolds, Gainsborough, Copley, and others. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PARISIENS PITTORESQUES

      (Paris) (chez Aubert) s.d. (1835). In-8 (mm. 244x324), album oblungo in mz. pelle con ang. coeva (dorso rifatto), contenente una raccolta completa di 6 magnifiche litografie con delicata coloritura a mano d?'epoca. Sono 6 tavole satiriche numerate, con didascalia, che furono pubblicate sul ?"Chiarivari?" dal 30 settembre al 29 novembre 1835: ?"1. Progrès effrayans de la pipe - 2. Une saisie (..Ecrivez, un rouleau d?'imprimeur lithographe, trois assiettes de fayence, une casserole de fer blanc et un balai de crin.) - 3. Quelle Poussière!! - 4. Censeurs (Ah! c?'est trop fort! nous mettre en caricature, nous, Censeurs! une leçon à ces artistes Coupons!) - 5. Je vous fais mal, madame? - Oh! c?'est égal, coiffez moi bien! - 6. Un Foyer de Théatre (Quelques uns des originaux qu?'on y rencontre). Cfr. Benezit,VI, p. 373 che elenca le numerosiss. opere di Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard, detto Grandville (1803-1847), grande caricaturista ed illustratore dell'Ottocento?". Esempl. molto ben conservato.

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        Historic account of the politics relating to the 1836 elections between Martin Van Buren, William Henry Harrison, and Hugh White as viewed from the Whig party of Ohio in 1835 through the letters of a former State Senator to the US Senator, Thomas Ewing

      "Archive of four autograph letters signed by ?C. Hammond? dated Feb 1, Feb 8, March 30 & Dec 16, 1835. All letters are in fine condition, with the exception that the letter dated March 30 the signature has been clipped. They are written by Charles Hammond to Senator Thomas Ewing regarding political matters. The four letters are all politically charged letters regarding the elections of 1836, and show the process of the people in power in Ohio were trying to accomplish. They read in full: (1) Cincinnati, Feb 1, 1835 / Dear Ewing, The Harrison meeting of yesterday was a failure. There was but about 200 present, and there was no enthusiasm. The day was cold, but not otherwise disagreeable. The weather was, however, urged as the reason of so few being present. The proceedings were all prepared. A committee to ... went out as usual and retuned. The report was brief, tame, and harmless as to others. The speeches were made. The meeting was organized about three in the afternoon, and adjourned in less than an hour. I attended for the purpose of observation and I noted very soon what was the object of the most active. You will understand it in a moment when I say they are Webster men more than two thirds of them. None of them appear as Presidents, Vice Presidents, or Secretaries. But they were the motion makers ?" Wm. Green, Timothy Walker, Lawyer Hodges etc. There is another thing a little remarkable. The meeting is held forth as that of the people, the common working people, the hurra boys. The conspicuous actors on the spot affect to be the tip top of our literary gentlemen. Mr. Hall of the Western Monthly, Benjamin Drake, John P. Foote of the deceased Literary Gazette etc. It was amusing to note that gentlemen talking in the name of the people about politicians and political managers. Whilst they were playing their game with hands so open that if you did not shut your eyes you would see all their cards.I have not been able to discern any ardent feeling for the general here. The administration leaders of the place give him no preference over other opposition candidates. None have moved for him that did not go with us last October. His nomination only serves to increase distraction, and I begin to feel as tho the battle is lost before even the muster of the troops is begun. McLean is coldly received. No second is yet made to our Ohio nomination, and this move for Harrison very much weakens its force. In my opinion one thing only can save us ?" the voluntary withdrawal of both Clay & Webster. Neither of them can be elected, yet their respective partizens obstruct every movement adverse to what they esteem the interest of their respective favorites.If no withdrawal can take place, I think a congressional caucus ought to be resorted to ?" If that cannot be made effective, the party may as well be considered as dissolved. Its continuance serves only to strengthen the administration by enforcing unanimity among the household of the palace. / Yours sincerely, C. Hammond*This second letter refers to the assassination attempt made on the life of President Andrew Jackson. On January 30, 1835, the first attempt to kill a sitting President of the United States occurred when Jackson was leaving the Capitol, Richard Lawrence, an unemployed housepainter from England, aimed a pistol at Jackson, which misfired. Lawrence then pulled out a second pistol, which also misfired.(2) Cincinnati, Feb 8, 1835 / Dear Ewing, /There is great apathy prevalent here in respect to public affairs ?" The expositions of the post office abuses excite little attention, and even the attack on the hero had created but a very slight sensation. We received the account of it, in the N. Intelligence of Jan 31, on Thursday evening, by the river, just as our next days paper was going to press. It was immediately put in type and without diffusing the news ?" The paper was on the press about 8 oclock and I took one and went to a much resorted coffee house to witness what would be the impression ?" some twenty persons were congregated, engaged in playing domino, backgammon & drafts or looking on at the games ?" I announced my intelligence ?" there was no rants ?" no expression of interest ?" no inquisitiveness for particulars ?" One or two of the players looked up, but the others exclaimed, ?Come, it is your play, go on? So much for news of an attempt to appropriate our hero ?" ?the greatest & the best of men? ?" I attempt no explanation. I give the fact for what it is worth, with the additional one, that it would seem to have been a totally fair sample of public feeling here.Twice I wrote to you, Feb 1. I have observed in various papers, suggestions, in favor of the opposition in Congress, agreeing upon a candidate for the Presidency before they separate. I have seconded the suggestion, by an editorial in the Gazette and it has been well received. I am thoroughly persuaded that more than four fifths of the opposition would prefer this course, and I do not believe any more would be as likely to reconcile all. The nominations of so many cannot but occasion divisions. The sooner measures are taken to arrest them, the easier it will be to heal their divisions ?" the less hope is excited the less the feelings of rivalry, among candidates and their friends will take root ?" One thing seems certain to me, if all cannot now be reconciled & united, they never can be . If harmony of feeling and action is unattainable the sooner we know it the better.I can see no hopes for Mr. Webster. In New York and Pennsylvania, the din of federalism will be as the Shirt of Nusses - Opposition to the war will be the same in the West, & in the South the proclamation and the Forse bill ?" The chance for Mr. Clay is better than for Mr. Webster ?" the difficulty in respect to him, we all feel, and whilst regret & deprecate it, we have too much reason to fear that it is inseparable ?" My opinion is that McLean stands better than either of them; but there is a haven of great bitterness against him among the Whigs of the whole West, and I am fearful that both Webster & Clay feel insufferable objections to him. There is no evidence in the general reception of Harrisons nomination, that he would be well received ?" the intelligence of the country cannot respond to it ?" They have had enough of Military Chieftains ?" B W Leigh I am persuaded presents the fairest prospect for concern trusting all parties & sections ?" His recent re-election is a strong indication from Virginia. None of the impracticable objections against the others I have named exist as to him - I have given the whole matter much reflection for a long time and looking at matters as they now stand. I would say Leigh for President & Samuel Belle of N. Hampshire, would be a judicious nomination.We are visited with a spell of most severe cold ?" the thermometer has been lower than for several years ranging much of the time from zero to ten below. The health of the City is generally good ?" /Sincerely yours, C. Hammond (3) Cincinnati March 30. /Dear Ewing, / Was there no portion of the documents accompanying Tyler! Bank report published? I have been too unlucky as to get none. Neither have I received any of the documents accompanying the Post office report in the House. Of the Poindexter report I have no copy at all - Can you supply me with all or any of them?Our Buckeyes are anxious you should make one of them on April 7 ?" If not very inconvenient. You ought to be here ?" Having plumped into the vortex of politics you should avail yourself of all prosper opportunities to multiply friends. An occasion better than this may not again offer. Personally, you are known here to very few. A strong prejudice has been excited against you. Your personal presence and personal intercourse cannot fail to diminish this. That you are a native of the West is not known so generally as it might be. That fact ascertained and a complying with the body of the nesters that will be here congregated will infuse into many the affection and the pride that forms the Esprit de Core I have no doubt the celebration will be highly respectable and deeply interesting. /Yours sincerely (Signature was clipped out)(4) Columbus, Dec. 16, 1835/ Dear Ewing, /Matters proceed here very smoothly. I can give you no news. The Presidents message is a veritable hotchpotch of demagoguism. The French affair cuts a most farcical figure. I dissent totally, from the mass of Editorial notices. There is no war in it perceptible to my vision. It is mere humbuggery. Ever necessary apology is made preceding the vaporing that he will make none and that is a shallow piece of special pleading in itself. The recall of the cheque is a mere set off against last winters recall of the French Minister. Is not that your reading? An adjustment is fully expected and the idea is purposed of making the people believe that France has been frightened into compliance. Why should the creditors be made the victims either of all this maneuvering or of the point of honor, if it is really to be made? I suggest the propriety of moving that the American Government pay the creditor and they make the controversy truly a material one. As well do this with your surplus millions or waste it in warlike preparations, fortifying or naval.Allow me to ask your attention forthwith to a small private matter. There is a case in the Supreme Court S. Sprigg & other plaintiffs in error vs Mount Pleasant Bank. Will you ascertain where it heads on the docket and advise me. If the record is printed obtain a copy and forward it to me here ?" with Direction to send it to Cincinnati, if I have left here. I expect to remain here until in Jany. Be so good as to sick(?) the Senator as far as you can and oblidge (sic) me in this matter. / Yours truly, /C. Hammond The case as was decided in 1836, regarding the loan of $2,100 from the bank to the plaintiffs challenging the bank on the interest charged after payment was not made in time.Charles Hammond (1779 ?" 1840) was an attorney, journalist and early Ohio political leader. Hammond became interested in the political issues of the state. Between 1813 and 1822, he was elected first to the Ohio Senate and then to the Ohio House of Representatives. His greatest interest was in judicial matters and from 1823 to 1838, Hammond served as the reporter of the Ohio Supreme Court. During his tenure as court reporter, he published the first nine volumes of Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Ohio. Hammond continued to practice law for the rest of his life. He became well known for his position defending the state in the United States Supreme Court case, Osborn v. Bank of the United States (1824). Hammond argued that Ohio had the authority to tax the National Bank of the United States because it was a business that competed with other businesses in the state. Although Ohio lost the case, Hammond's was recognized as an excellent lawyer. Chief Justice John Marshall complemented Hammond's ""remarkable acuteness and accuracy of mind."" In addition to practicing law, Hammond also had an interest in journalism. Living in St. Clairsville, he edited the Ohio Federalist from 1812 to 1818. After moving to Cincinnati in 1826, Hammond became the editor of the Cincinnati Gazette. He continued to manage the newspaper and write editorials about constitutional law until his death on April 3, 1840.Thomas Ewing, Sr. (December 28, 1789 ?" October 26, 1871) was a National Republican and Whig politician from Ohio. He served in the U.S. Senate as well as serving as the Secretary of the Treasury and the first Secretary of the Interior."

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        Map of the Choo Keang or Pearl River, together with the volume of The Chinese Repository (Volume III) in which it was issued

      Canton, China:: Printed for the Proprietors,. 1835.. Hardcover. Very good condition. Rare early map of Canton and the Pearl River, extending from Canton down to Ladrone Island, with place names in Chinese and English, including "factories" shown at Canton and Hong Kong island, from the third volume of "The Chinese Repository", the world's first major journal concerned with Chinese culture, language, history and politics. The Repository was edited by Elijah Coleman Bridgman (1801 - 1861), an early Protestant missionary who arrived in China in 1830, prior to the Opium War. Bridgman was the first American "China expert"; in addition to editing the Repository he wrote a history of the United States in Chinese, and as a translator worked with the Chinese government on the first treaty between the US and China. The volume covers from May 1834, to April 1835. This volume of the Repository is replete with fascinating material: The Chinese Written Language; Remarks on Chinese History; Chinese Pirates; Early Intercourse with China; Chinese Classics; Agriculture in China; Jews in China; Mohammedism; Promulgation of the Gospel in China; Comparisons of the Modes of Printing in Chinese; Funeral Sermon; Portuguese in China; British Authorities in China; British Relations with China; The Mongols; Diet of the Chinese; Chinese Peasant Hoo Loo; Universal Peace; Small Feet of Chinese Females; Woo Tsihteen, Empress of China; The Fur Trade; Christian Missions in China; The Sandwich Islands; The Bonin Islands; Lord North's Island (Pelew); Negotiations with China (p417); Sumatra; The Turks; Rice; Panang; The Huns; Japan; Obituary of Dr. Morrison; Burmah. The map, which is separate from the volume, has been professionally cleaned and repaired, with small areas at the margins repaired by leafcasting, and the entire map cleaned, resized and flattened. 14 1/4 x 18 1/2". (with) The Chinese Repository: 8vo, 584pp, Index [viii].Later green morocco binding, raised bands, gold gilt title at spine. Verso of early pages fortified (due to brittleness on inner hinge), which is causing cracking outside of the reinforcement, not affecting the legibility of pages. A few tears at foredges of Index. All pages are able to be handled and read comfortably. OCLC: 1554371; Lowendahl, vol. II, no. 910 lists volume 4 of this series, referencing several articles in the volume recorded in Cordier.

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        THE MONIKINS

      Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, & Blanchard,. 1835. 12mo, two volumes: pp. [v-vii] viii-xii [xiii] xiv [15] 16-251 [252: blank] + [4]-page publisher's catalogue inserted at front and [12]-page publisher's catalogue inserted at rear; [i-iii] iv [5] 6-244 + [8]-page publisher's catalogue inserted at rear, flyleaves at front and rear of both volumes,. original drab boards with purple-red muslin shelf back, printed paper labels affixed to spine panels, all edges untrimmed.. Muslin mostly faded to tan, corners worn, paper labels on spine. panels rubbed, shallow fraying to upper spine end of volume one,. scattered foxing to endpapers and text block, still a very good set. with full compliment of advertisements not found in all sets.. (#133806). First U.S. edition. The Monikins are a society of monkeys inhabiting the Antarctic region. "Political and economic satire in the guise of an imaginary voyage, with a fair amount of science-fictional material." - Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 481. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 2-30. Joel Nydahl, "Early Fictional Futures: Utopia, 1798- 1864," Kenneth M. Roemer (ed.), America as Utopia (1981), p. 291. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 43. Bleiler (1978), p. 48. Reginald 03389. BAL 3868. Wright (I) 647. Spiller & Blackburn 19. Bleiler, Science Fiction: The Early Years 481.

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        ABBILDUNGEN In Und Ausländischer Pflanzen [Ms. Title on Spine].

      [Germany: c1835]. - 4to. 237 x 190 mm. 250 full-page watercolour drawings of flowers, each with ms. title in Latin & German & number. with 57 pp. manuscript in German containing a brief description of each flower & 5 pp. manuscript index. 19th century bds. (bit worn, a few spots of paper adhesion on first watercolour, lacking flyleaf & probably a manuscript title). An appealing collection of competently executed original botanical watercolours including depictions of begonias, irises, salvia, passionflowers, amaryllis, lobelia, paeony, California poppy, hibiscus, azalea, trillium,.browallia, &c. Apparently part of a larger work as the watercolours are numbered from 6201 to 6450, but unfortunately we are unable to offer any information regarding the author or the work, including whether or not it was ever published.

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        LIFE AND AGE OF WOMAN.|THE

      Barre, MA: A. Alden, 1835. Broadside, 21 1/2 by 18 inches framed under glass. A seven-figure image of the stages in a woman's life from one to ninety years of age by Albert Alden (1812-1883). The 30 year-old woman is on the highest step, when she is "at the height of her physical and intellectual powers." Age 18 is described as the "most critical stage" in a woman's life. At age 90 "we see all that remains of her who once tripped the light fantastic." Appears to be a companion to Alden's woodcut "The Life and Age of Man," ca. 1830 (Princeton University Main Catalog). Both illustrate 19th century conceptions of morality and gender roles, depicting the woman as nurturer and spiritual guide. Verse from the Old Testament book of Proverbs on the traits of the ideal woman cited. Featured is an illustration of a woman mentoring a young girl reading the Scriptures. Stained and creased.

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        Epsom. The Betting Post. Farbaquatinta von Chas Hunt.

      Ackermann & Co.,, London, 1835 - London, Ackermann & Co., 1835. 29,5 x 46 cm (Bildgrösse); 57x72 cm (Rahmengrösse). In braunem Holzrahmen mit 2 breiten Randvergoldungen mit Kerbenmuster, unter Passepartout. Kolorierte Aquatinta, zeigt 2 Kutschen mit Pferden und Menschen, diverse Reiter auf Pferden. Diverse Personengruppen stehend, in der Mitte viele Reiter auf Pferden. Im Hintergrund Ackerflächen, Wald und Himmel. - Unten mit Titel "Epsom. The Betting Post" und mit Angabe des Künstlers, des Stechers und der Druckanstalt "Ackermann & Co." - Blatt an den Rändern minim gebräunt, dekoratives Blatt. In braunem Holzrahmen mit 2 breiten Randvergoldungen mit Kerbenmuster, unter Passepartout. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ASCENSION AUX CIMES DE L'ETNA ET DU MONT-BLANC.

      Berthier-Guers, De Chateauvieux et Pellettier 1835 - In 8o di (2)-114 pagine, con due incisioni litografiche ft di Simeon Fort, raffiguranti una il cratere dell'Etna, l'altra il "Rocher des grands Mulets". In barbe. Brossura editoriale cartacea, con titolo alla copertina. Minime tracce di foxing. Prima edizione di questo importante "incunabolo di alpinismo" che accoppia la scalata all'Etna durante il viaggio in Sicilia del conte De Tilly, e quella del Monte Bianco, nell'ottobre 1834. Il de Tilly si fa rilasciare un certificato come "primo francese" ad aver scalato il Monte Bianco. Perret (4274): Trés rare et recherché. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Career of Don Carlos, since the death of Ferdinand the Seventh; being a chapter in the History of Charles the Fifth.

      - London, Richard Bentley, 1835, 23 x 14,5 cm., hol. piel, XVIII + 384 págs. y los retratos de D. Carlos y Zumalacárregui. (El autor, Louis Xavier Auguet de Saint-Sylvain, Barón de los Valles, actuó como oficial de asuntos extranjeros en la cancillería de D. Carlos; escribiendo su obra durante su cautiverio en Francia impuesta por haber ayudado a D. Carlos a pasar la frontera francesa de incógnito). CARLISMO

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        Tough Yarns;

      London: Effingham Wilson,, 1835. A Series of Naval Tales and Sketches to please all Hands, From the Swabs on the Shoulders down to the Swabs in the Head. By The Old Sailor. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. Octavo (167 × 100 mm). Contemporary half calf, marbled sides, rebacked with gilt spine. Engraved frontispiece and 7 other plates, vignettes to the text. Armorial bookplate of Admiral Wilmot Hawksworth Fawkes, one time commander of the Royal Yacht and commander-in-chief of Portsmouth to the front pastedown, and that of the Earl of Mexborough to the front free. Somewhat rubbed on the boards, new endpapers at the rear, plates browned as usual, text toned, a very good copy. First edition. Uncommon naval fiction dedicated to Captain Marryat. COPAC has just BL, NMM, Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow and St. Andrews; OCLC adds four copies only in the US and one in Australia. Barker was the Deptford-born son of a dissenting preacher. At 16 he joined an East Indiaman, and later served in the Royal Navy, "where, as he was without influence, he never rose beyond the rank of master's mate on the gun-brig The Flamar. After retiring from the service in 1813, he commanded a hired armed schooner, the True Briton, and was employed under Lord Keith in carrying dispatches to the English squadrons on the southern coasts of France and Spain. On one occasion he fell into the enemy's hands and was detained for some months as a prisoner of war" (ODNB). He was subsequently the editor of a West Indies newspaper, and later employed in a similar capacity in Nottingham. "He was naval editor of the United Service Gazette and a frequent contributor to the Literary Gazette, the Pictorial Times, and Bentley's Miscellany, the last at the time under the editorship of Charles Dickens, who came to value the consistent quality of the contributions of 'the old Sailor'. Barker was a friend of George Cruikshank, who illustrated seven of his works." Barker "felt that his publishers were less than generous with him" and when the popularity of sea tales waned he fell on hard times. He died in poverty in 1846.

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        SPECIMEN DES ECRITURES MODERNES

      LITHOGRAPHIE EMILE SIMONS FILS 1835 1

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        Histoire Pittoresque L'Angleterre et de Ses Possessions Dans Les Indes

      Paris: A l'Administration de l'Histoire Pittoresque d'Angleterre, 1835 - First edition, printed entirely on China paper. With a note on verso of the front free endpaper concerning the provenance. The owner ("Chabouillet") states that this is a copy on China paper given to him by the book's editor, Alfred Mainguet. A later owner goes on to explain how this edition differs textually from later editions. He states that the previous owner, Jean Marie Anatold Chabouillet, was a French antiquarian who became conservator of the cabinet of medals in the National Library and authored many works First edition. 3 volumes in 1 vols., 4to. Published and edited by Alfred Mainguet under the direction of Charles Nodier. Wood engraved illustrations throughout, printed entirely on CHINA PAPER. Bound in full straight-grain green morocco with gilt fillet borders on covers and spine stamped "A Gift" on lower spine panel, by Kleinhans in 1865. Extremities moderately scuffed, stain to bottom edge not affecting contents. Small bookplate [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Grundriss der Seelenheilkunde. 2 Bde.

      . Berlin, Theodor Christain Friedrich Enslin, 1835-1837, 8°, X, 809,(1); VI, 975, (1) pp., 2 feine marmorierte Pappbände im Stil der Zeit, mit Rückenschilddern und Rückenvergoldung; kleiner St.a.Tit.. First Edition! - Christian Ludwig Ideler (1766-1846) "was primarily interested in the non-somatic causes of mental illness, although he certainly accepted somatic causes as well. He pointed out the importance of the passions in the genesis of insanity and questioned how they could be so poorly controlled. This line of questioning eventually led to a central point in Ideler's psychiatric thinking: drives. According to Ideler, drives are elements of the mind. They help satisfy human needs and are consequently necessary components of human life. Each drive develops on its own. Certain external influences and a lack of morals can lead to drive disharmony. One drive may develop at the expense of others and lead to an imbalance-namely, to insanity. Knowledge of the existence of the drives and the realisation of the necessity of their uniform development was an important premise for the maintenance of psychic health and a harmonious mental life. Those who are unable to achieve this state on their own, however, are prone to insanity and need a doctor's help. This is why only a moral and well-educated doctor should practise psychiatry. In addition to his drive psychology, which certainly shows parallels with Sigmund Freud's (1856-1939) later psychoanalytical ideas, Ideler's biographic-psychogenic approach is also noteworthy. In his case studies, he made particular use of the newly established discipline of forensic psychiatry, thereby helping to validate it. He emphasised the necessity of a comprehensive psychological examination that takes into consideration personal history, mental and physical peculiarities and also the social milieu and situation in which delinquent acts are committed. Ideler thought it particularly important to view people in their entirety; he strove to heal the ailing person, not the illness. This kind of comprehensive, anthropological approach makes good sense in the age of scientific medicine." K Haack and E Kumbier: Carl Wilhelm Ideler (1795-1860): a controversial German psychiatrist of the 19th century. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2006 August; 77(8): 947. - - Hunter-M. 1018; Kat. d. Josephin. Bibl. Wien 333 (nur Bd. I); Hirsch-H. III, 367

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