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        "Chaussee von Augsburg nach Ulm".

      . 2 altkol. Kupferstiche aus Riedl, 1835, je 22 x 14,5 cm.. Aus der sehr seltenen Fortsetzung des Adrian von Riedlschen Reise-Atlas von 1835. - Die zwei Straßenkarten zeigen u.a. Oberhausen, Zusmarshausen, Burgau, Günzburg, Leipheim und Ulm. Die 2. Karte zeigt in 2 Segmenten die "Chaussee von Donauwörth nach der Landesgränze bei Gundelfingen" mit den Orten Höchstädt, Dillingen und Lauingen. - Breitrandig und sehr gut erhalten.

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        Colonization, particularly in Southern Australia

      London: T. & W. Boone, 1835. Octavo; a very good copy in the original green morocco-grain half cloth and drab papered boards, the joints neatly restored, printed paper label on the spine. First and only edition of Boone's first Australian publication. Between 1835 and 1853 Thomas and William Boone would publish an outstanding series of the classic accounts of Australian travel, including those of Mitchell, Grey, Eyre, Hodgkinson, Stokes, Jukes, Leichhardt, Sturt and Read. With the passing of the South Australian Act in 1834, the colonists petitioned for the appointment of Napier as governor. A hero of the French wars, he wrote this work to set out his views on the proposed colony. Finally, in May 1835, he was informed that the terms he proposed on behalf of the colonists were not acceptable to the Company, so he declined the appointment in 1836 to continue his military career. Although Napier prepared the book from the writings of others, it is, like Samuel Sidney's almost two decades later, of interest as an attempt to present eye-witness reports of the first explorers and earliest settlers to a very wide public. Thus, with works such as Napier's, Ogle's on Western Australia, and Sidney's on the "three colonies", we see the seeds of the clichéd and simplistic perception of Australia as an antipodean Arcadia which did so much to colour the way the world at large and - perhaps regrettably - Australians themselves saw their continent for at least another hundred years.

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        Gesamtans., "Port-Louis ( Ile de France )".

      . Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Himely n. de Sainson 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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        Ansicht mit dem Hafen, "Port - Louis a l'Ile de France".

      . Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Himely n. Paris 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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        Ansicht, "Vue prise a Malacca".

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

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        Ansicht, "Eglise deas Pamplemousses, a le Ile de France".

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

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        Landschaft, "Entree des la Riviere de Malacca".

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

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        Ansicht, "Debarcadere a Malacca".

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

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        Plage de Korora-Reka. (nuevelle Zelande).

      . Aquatinta ( a.a. China ) v. Himely n. Lauvergne aus Laplace, Voyage autour du monde b. Sainson, 1835, 22 x 31,8. 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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        TA., Newaufer, "Vue de Petersbourg ( N° 10).

      . Aquatinta v. Vogel b. Veith et Hauser, um 1835, 18,5 x 28.

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        Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane.

      Paulin 1835 - - Paulin, Paris 1835, 17x26,5cm, relié. - Edition illustrée de vignettes originales de Jean Gigoux. Reliure en plein veau glacé noisette, dos lisse très légèrement passé sans gravité richement orné de d'arabesques romantiques dorées, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, un mors légèrement fendu en pied, petites traces de frottements sur les mors, encadrement d'un jeu d'arabesques dorées sur les plats, un petit accroc en pied du premier plat, fine dentelle dorée sur les contreplats, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, un coin inférieur très faiblement émoussé, lisérés dorés sur les coupes, toutes tranches dorées, élégante reliure romantique de l'époque. Ouvrage illustré, en frontispice, d'un portrait de l'auteur sur Chine ainsi que de 600 vignettes ici en premier tirage de Jean Gigoux. Bel exemplaire, exempt de rousseur et parfaitement établi dans une élégante reliure romantique de l'époque, de cet important ouvrage pour l'histoire du livre en ce sens qu'il marque la rénovation de la gravure sur bois à l'époque romantique. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LES BONS EXEMPLES. Alphabet moral.

      Paris. Marcilly Libraire. No date [ circa 1835-40]. - 64 pages. Illustrated with 25 fine engraved plates [sans W] illustrating the letters of the alphabet. Original embossed pink boards; slipcase. 9.1 x 6.2 cm. Base of slipcase missing. The text paper, which is very poor quality, is badly foxed; some off-setting to the plates, else a good copy of a scarce alphabet for children. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: David Miles Books ABA ILAB]
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        Alphabet Pittoresque, ou La Lecture Enseignée par des Images.

      Paris Au Grand Magasin de Nouveautés lithographiques d'Aubert 1835 - Octavo. (15)ff. An alphabet book illustrated with twelve plates, each with two images, depicting women from around the world in their traditional national costumes. Listed from A to Z, the nationalities represented include a Turkish Odalisque, women from Peru, Mexico, China, and Japan, and many European cities and states. The plates are preceded by six pages of alphabets, numerals, and a syllabary. Original printed blue wrappers and title page are bound in. Very fine in modern brown half-moroccco and marbled boards, gilt-titled and decorated to spine. A scarce and attractive alphabet book: only one institutional copy recorded, not listed in Cotsen or Gumuchian. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Alphabet] Carved Oak Alphabet Stick.

      (Germany) 1835 - A dark-stained oak stick, carved with a Roman-letter alphabet in relief on one side. Two opposite sides are decorated with floral and foliate designs, and the side opposite of the alphabet is carved with the name "Maria Magdalena Buder" and the date 1835. The body has a square, tapering shape, and it appears that this was a teacher's pointer, used as an educational tool. The carving has a naïve, folk-art quality, and the item was perhaps given as a gift from students to their instructor. Measures 6 3/4 inches in length (68.5 cm), in very fine condition.

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        [Alphabet] Carved Oak Alphabet Stick

      (Germany), 1835. A dark-stained oak stick, carved with a Roman-letter alphabet in relief on one side. Two opposite sides are decorated with floral and foliate designs, and the side opposite of the alphabet is carved with the name "Maria Magdalena Buder" and the date 1835. The body has a square, tapering shape, and it appears that this was a teacher's pointer, used as an educational tool. The carving has a naïve, folk-art quality, and the item was perhaps given as a gift from students to their instructor. Measures 6 3/4 inches in length (68.5 cm), in very fine condition.

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        Bildnis Friedrich Preller d.J. (1838-1901), Brustbild in Dreiviertelprofil nach links mit gesenktem Kopf.

      . Bleistift, auf festem chamoisfarbenem Velin, rechts unten bezeichnet und datiert "Spinnmühle 92.". 22,8:14,7 cm. In den Rändern etwas vergilbt. Skizzenbuchblatt.. Die Porträt- und Genremalerin war die Ehefrau des in Rom geborenen polnischstämmigen Genre- und Historienmalers Z. von Suchodolski (1835-1908). Sie war Schülerin von F.W.P. Pauwel (1830-1903) in Weimar, wo sie wohl nach 1862 ihren späteren Ehemann kennengelernt hatte, der ebenfalls Schüler von Pauwels war. Nach der Vita ihres Ehemannes, der 1863-1874 in Italien lebte und auch von ihr Bilder mit italienischen Motiven bekannt sind, ist ein gemeinsamer Aufenthalt in Italien anzunehmen. Ob sie ihm 1874 nach Weimar folgte, wo er Professor an der Kunstschule wurde, und dann 1880 nach München, ist zu vermuten. Zudem sind (längere) Aufenthalte um 1883 und 1892 in Dresden bekannt. Hier wird das Paar dem Freundeskreis um den Landschafts- und Marinemaler F. Preller d. J. (1838-1901) zugerechnet, der ab 1880 an der Dresdener Kunstakademie lehrte. Seit 1875 beteiligte sich die Künstlerin an Ausstellungen in Dresden, seit 1878 in Berlin, seit 1880 im Sächsischen Kunstverein und seit 1888 in München. Das Stadtmuseum Dresden besitzt von der Künstlerin ein Bildnis des Malers A.L. Richter (1803-1884). Eine nähere Verbindung läßt auch ein Brief Suchodolskas an Richter von 1881 vermuten.

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        Entwurf für ein Monument Friedrich des Grossen in Berlin (4 Blätter).

      . Umrißradierungen v. Ferd. Berger n. Schinkel aus Sammlung architektonischer Entwürfe, um 1835, je 28,8 x 39,8 cm.. Drei Entwürfe im Querformat zeigen unterschiedliche Reiterstandbilder auf Gebäuden. Ein Entwurf als Hochformat zeigt ein hohes Gebäude mit Siegesgöttin vor einem Park, darunter Grundrisse und Detaildarstellungen.

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        Colonization of South Australia

      London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1835. Octavo, folding handcoloured frontispiece map; original blue paper boards with grey spine, printed label, spine chipped and hinges weak, but an excellent unsophisticated copy, preserved in a quarter brown morocco box by Aquarius. With an 1825 letter from Torrens about the New Zealand Company. A fine copy in striking original condition of this important and influential work on South Australian colonisation, one of the earliest books on South Australia and the first book of Australian interest by the important political economist Torrens. Robert Torrens (1780-1864) was a marine officer who served with some distinction during the Napoleonic Wars, and who had a career-long interest in emigration to Australia, and who at one point even angled for an appointment as Governor of New South Wales. He tried to purchase land in the proposed Swan River colony in 1828, but when that fell through turned his attention to promoting South Australia instead. Torrens' book appeared in mid-1835 and the province of South Australia was formally established the following February. A tireless exponent of settlement and colonisation, his scheme was beset by ruinous land speculation and dilatory management, meaning that the colony collapsed in 1841 and had to be rescued with a loan from the British Parliament, metamorphosing into a crown colony the following year. This copy has a set of advertisements dated April 1835, and the bookplate of Sir William Molesworth. He was a British MP and friend of John Stuart Mill, who presided over the select committee on transportation of 1837, known as the Molesworth Committee, and would have had more than a passing interest in Torrens' views on emigration (see also catalogue number XXX). Loosely inserted in this copy is a letter signed by Robert Torrens to Zachary Macaulay, the abolitionist and influential committee member of the Church Missionary Society, relating to a prospectus he had sent relating to the New Zealand Company. The letter is dated 12 March 1825, and shows that Torrens had hopes of interesting the Church Missionary Society in the project, 'and in affording every assistance and support to the individuals who have for so many years devoted themselves to the social and moral improvement of the natives.' Torrens was one of the most active supporters of the New Zealand Company, but not much is known about how the Company was run, making this an interesting survival.

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        Narrative of a Voyage Round the World... the wreck of the ship "Governor Ready" in Torres Strait

      London: Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, 1835. Octavo, with a lithographed frontispiece and two plates, folding map (plates a little browned, marginal water-stain affects frontispiece); overall a very good copy in the publisher's green pebble cloth. A surgeon at the Swan River, Torres Strait and the Great Barrier Reef. First edition of a highly important coastal voyage, written by a keen observer with a particular interest in understanding the islander and coastal tribes with which he came into contact. Wilson's account takes its place as one of the fine narratives written by surgeons in Australia, and shows a good eye for both his contacts with coastal Aborigines (particularly at Raffles Bay) and for natural history. A very good early account the far northern and western coasts of Australia. In 1829 Wilson visited the unsuccessful first settlement established in 1827 on the Cobourg Peninsula. He spent some time there exploring Melville Island and the country around Raffles Bay. On his return voyage he tarried at the Swan River settlement and took part in several inland explorations, including an important expedition with Captain Collet Barker into the interior from King George's Sound. The first appendix includes notes on Wilson's earlier 1822 visit to Murray Island in the Torres Strait, and another includes vocabularies of Raffles Bay (Cobourg Peninsula) and the Swan River. 'Wilson's book is of high exploration interest, but its unpromising title has hidden its full significance from many collectors. Wilson's account has a place in any collection of exploration books, especially since so there are so few publications relating to the early discovery and exploration of Australia's western and northern extremes. It is a scarce and desirable book' (Australian Rare Books).

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        Hunting Tours; Nimrod abroad; Northern Tour; The Horse and the Hound.

      London -42-57-58 1835 - 4 works in 5 volumes, 8vo, plates, uniform red half morocco for Hatchards, gilt ornaments on spines, scattered light foxing, particularly to endpapers, a very attractive set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DESCRIPTION D'UN NOUVEAU PROCÉDÉ DE GRAVURE EN RELIEF SUR CUIVRE, DITE ECTYPOGRAPHIE MÉTALLIQUE, INVENTÉ PAR A. DEMBOUR, GRAVEUR ET LITHOGRAPHIE A METZ

      Metz: Imprimerie de S. Lamort, 1835. Revised edition. 4to., 31 pp., plus 8 plates. Contemporary plain tan paper wrappers which show age-toning, staining and wear at the edges with a repair to the spine on the blank verso. The text block and plates are mildly damp stained and show moderate wear and soiling and are partially disbound.Laid in a newly made clamshell box of cloth with a printed paper spine label. A good copy of a rare pamphlet. Relief etching on copper, or ecktypography, was the name which A. Dembour, an engraver in Metz (Lorraine), called the relief process invented by him in 1834. He made drawings on copper plates with greasy varnish and etched away the bottom, which was not covered by the varnish. This is perhaps one of the first publications on the so-called relief etching for letter press printing..." Eder's HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY, 1945. The first edition, 1834, was only 17 pp., with one or more plates. OCLC locates only 2 copies, both in France. OCLC locates only 7 copies of this expanded edition of 1835.

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        "DIETRAMSZELL." Kolorierte Lithographie von J. Sedlmayr nach J. Dorner. Um 1835. 22,3:34 cm. - Auf Japanpapier montiert.

      1835. Nicht bei Lentner. - Inmitten der hügeligen Voralpenlandschaft liegt das Benediktinerkloster mit seiner Rokokokirche. Im Vordergrund Bauern beim Heumachen..

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        THE WINE AND BRANDY DEALER'S COMPLETE GUIDE AND STOCK BOOK, containing a .. treatise on ullaging; ... with short rules ... and ... tables ...Likewise hydrostatics, .. An application of analysis to the solution of several valuable praescriptions, etc.

      London, Whittaker and Co., Samuel Cock; A.J. Caldicott, 1835.FIRST EDITION 1835, 8vo, large folding table as frontispiece, pages: (2), xiii, 124, (4), bound in old diced calf, neatly rebacked, raised gilt bands, gilt lettered brown morocco label, original marbled endpapers. Covers slightly worn and rubbed, inner paper hinges very neatly repaired, a couple of small closed tears to folding table, neatly repaired, folding table protruding slightly from text block, occasional very light soiling to contents. A very good copy. The treatise on Ullaging was first published separately in 1832. Gabler, Wine into Words, page 229, G34690, same year but with slight variant to title. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Carlsson.

      Linköping, A. Petre, 1835. 8:o. (8),214,(1) s. Häftad och oskuren i samtida gråpappomslag med handskriven titeletikett. Ryggen delvis defekt och solbränd. Gamla lagningar på titelbladet, s. (4-5), 15, 65 och 195, samtliga genomförda med gråpapper i gammal tid. "Läse Sällskapet i Gefle" skrivet med bläck och sedan överstruket upptill på främre omslagets utsida. Med G. Lindbloms namnteckning.. Översatt efter tredje utvidgade upplagan från 1832. C. A. Carlsson var åren 1830-33 kyrkoherde i den svenska församlingen på St. Barthélemy och startade där en skola "för bättre mans barn". Efter hemkomsten översatte han Coleridges arbete med egna kommentarer i vilka han bl.a. gick till hätskt angrepp mot metodisterna på St. Barhélemy, vars inflytande han sökt marginalisera. Carlssons många kommentarer ger intressanta inblickar i den svenska kolonins vardagsliv och Carlssons resa till och vistelse på St. Barthélemy. I texten finns tillägg av Carlsson om bl.a. "talkytalky-språket" ("negrernes rotvälska") och "couleurta frillor" samt egna observationer som att hajar föredrar kött från vita än från svarta. Carlsson stödjer med tveksamhet en gradvis frigivning av de västindiska slavarna, men vänder sig mot svartmålningen av plantageägarna: "En plantör älskar sin slaf såsom svenska bonden sin häst, det vill säga ofta mer än hustrun." Carlssons egen uppfattning om slavarna är i själva verket mycket låg: "Negern, sådan jag i Westindien haft tillfälle att observera honom, är knappt till hälften menniska; resten är apa och tiger. [---] Negern såsom slaf är ödmjuk och ofta trogen en herre, som förstår att med allvarlig godhet behandla honom; men såsom fri är han den öfvermodigaste och egenkäraste varelse på jorden"

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        Gesamtans., v. Norden mit Ruine Rheinfels.

      . kol. Lithographie n. G. Kraus ( Druck lith. Kunstanstalt v. Zach) b. C. Hochwind in München, um 1835, 28,5 x 43,7. Sehr seltenes Blatt nach Gustav Kraus. Links Blick nach St. Goarshausen. Auf dem Rhein ein Raddampfer.

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        Hudibras

      London: W. Nicol for John Murray, 1835. Two volumes, octavo, extra-illustrated with 71 plates by Hogarth and others (inlaid to size or pasted down); a very fine fresh and clean copy in contemporary dark green pebble grain morocco gilt, all edges gilt. A very handsome extra-illustrated copy of Butler's famous mock epic, in fine condition. This edition begins with a short preface describing the work of Nash, whose life of Butler and voluminous notes on Hudibras are reproduced here. Nash (1725-1811) was a clergyman who spent his time in historical research rather than preaching to his parishioners. He wrote a definitive work on the history of Worcestershire, where he lived, and the fact that Butler was born in the same county induced him to do this edition of Butler, which DNB describes as 'splendid' and 'entertaining'.

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

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

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        "Wettrennen in der Nähe Hamburgs auf den Wandsbecker Feldern d. 18. u. 20st. Juli 1835". Das Rennen vor reicher Zuschauerkulisse.

      . Lithographie von Peter Suhr, 1835, 21 x 35 cm..

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        Nouveaux Exercices de Mathématiques [& title to Part 8]: Mémoire sur la Dispersion de la Lumière

      iv, 24 pp.; 25-56 pp.; 57-116 pp.; 117-180 pp.; 181-204 pp.; , iv, 205-236 pp. Eight parts in six livraisons. Large 4to, orig. pink printed wrappers (two spines a bit defective, upper wrapper of the final livraison detached), uncut. Prague: 1835 [Parts 1-7] & J.F. Calve, 1836 [Part 8]. First edition of this important memoir in which Cauchy explains the dispersion of light on the basis of the undulatory theory. It completes Fresnel's researches on the subject. Cauchy was the first to attempt to work out a mathematical basis for the properties of ether. This book was written and printed in Prague where Cauchy resided as tutor to the Duc de Bordeaux after the abdication of his father, King Charles X. The publication of this work is somewhat complicated and has been well-explained by Roger Gaskell in his Catalogue 17 (1996), item 7 (this set): "The original parts are important for understanding how the work was originally published. The Mémoire occupies the first 8 'livraisons' (in 6 separately wrappered parts, livraisons 1, 2, 3-4, 5-6, 7, 8) of a series entitled Nouveaux exercices de mathématiques of which no more was published. The first livraison contains a title-page for Nouveaux exercices and a foreword in which Cauchy explains that it is a sequel to his Exercices de mathématiques published in Paris, and Résumés analytiques published in Turin: the title-page for the Mémoire itself appears in the 8th livraison with a foreword signed by the Société Royale des Sciences de Prague, claiming full credit for publishing 'une édition aussi élégante et correcte que possible.' Cauchy himself initially undertook the publication of the series and the Nouveaux exercices title gives no publisher's name, but when it was taken over by the Société Royale it was distributed by J.G. Calve whose name appears on the Mémoires title-page. The work is sometimes catalogued as Nouveaux exercises, sometimes as Mémoire sur la Dispersion de la Lumière; the former title-page and Cauchy's foreword as sometimes discarded." Fine set preserved in a box. Scarce. Minor foxing. .

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        Perspectivische Ansichten des Neuen Thors bei der Charite in Berlin, 2 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt.

      . Umrißradierungen n. Schinkel aus Sammlung architektonischer Entwürfe, um 1835, je 20 ( bzw. 25 ) x 36. Ernst, Bd. 2, S. 411 und 614.( = Schinkel Ent.- 24). - Dargestellt ist das Neue Tor am Ende der Invalidenstraße. Es war das letzte Stadttor, welches von 1832 -35 in Berlin ( nach Plänen von Schinkel ) errichtet wurde. Es wurde 1848 bei den Märzunruhen zerstört und wurde nicht wieder aufgebaut.

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        The Right Honourable Lord Yarborough's yacht, The Falcon of 351 tons

      Published by W.J. Huggins, London 1835 - A fine image of Lord Yarborough's `new' yacht William Huggins, one of the best English marine artists of the 19th century, served for several years at sea in the service of the East India Company. On his return to London used his intimate knowledge of sailing vessels to gain regular employment painting carefully detailed ship portraits. The present image falls into this category and represents the yacht that Lord Yarborough (1781-1846) had built after he was elected the first commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron in 1824. Huggins' painting was very ably aquatinted by Charles Rosenberg, who translated several Huggins ship paintings to print. This is a superb example of 19th century marine printmaking. Colour-printed aquatint, finished by hand, by C. Rosenberg after Huggins.

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        Melmoth the Wanderer. In Two Volumes

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1835. 2 volumes. Quarter mustard leather with marbled boards. Recent re-bind. 19 x 12 cm. 269pp., 1p pub. ad for 1835; 280pp. Vol. 1 with pencil to one of the first blanks, a bit of foxing throughout, endpapers foxed. Vol. 2 with a light stain to title at inner upper corner and few pages following, enpapers foxed also, otherwise very good. No half-titles. This edition condensed to 2 volumes, from the original 4 of the first edition. This edition also without the dedication page. Rare early American edition. . Hardcover. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall.

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        Report of the Speeches Delivered at the Dinner Given to Capt. John Hindmarsh, R.N. on his appointment as Governor of South Australia

      London: W. Clowes & Sons, 1835. Octavo booklet, 44pp., a fine copy, the title-page a little dusted, original stitch-marks visible in the gutter; modern dark blue half morocco. The first SA Governor lauded. Rare: published shortly after the establishment of South Australia as a separate colony in 1834, this pamphlet captures much of the enthusiasm surrounding the appointment of Captain John Hindmarsh as the first Governor. It records speeches delivered in honour of Hindmarsh at a large meeting held in his honour during early September 1835. The meeting of 110 gentlemen was chaired by Colonel Robert Torrens and formed 'a very influential and highly respectable company'. Throughout the proceedings speeches were delivered by John Morphett, Sir Francis Lee and George Fife Angas and others. In addition, letters of effusive congratulations were read to the assembled crowd from George Grote and the Duke of Wellington, both of whom had been supporters of the South Australian Association. Of special interest is a speech by Mr. Higgins, honorary secretary to 'The Society for the Protection and Benefit of the Aborigines of the British Colonies'. Higgins' speech comprises two full pages of small type. After a rambling introduction enriched with classical references he addresses the vital importance of the 'religious improvement' and 'intellectual advancement of the aborigines of the British colonies'. In this regard Higgins asserts 'the enlightened system of colonization to be adopted in South Australia is of itself sufficient to encourage our efforts.' The reception for Captain Hindmarsh is followed by a 14-page refutation of adverse claims made about South Australia in the British press by the advocate-general Charles Mann.

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        Bericht über die erste allgemeine österreichische Gewerbsprodukten-Ausstellung im Jahre 1835

      Wien, Carl Gerold (1835).. XXXII, 400 S. Roter Maroquin d. Zt. mit reicher Rücken- und Deckenvergoldung, Steh- und Innenkantenfileten, Seidenmoireevorsätzen (auf den Spiegeln intarsiert) und Goldschnitt. Hunderte Handwerker und Industrielle Österreichs schickten ihre besten Produkte zur Ausstellung, die hier oft umfangreich beschrieben sind und immer eine Darstellung mit Adresse des Betriebes enthalten. Allein 20 Klavier-, Harfen-, Orgel-, Lauten- und Gitarrenhersteller waren vertreten, aber auch Anbieter von Kaschmirtüchern, Champagner, Mode, Buchbinder, Haarbrenneisen, Hosenträger, Mikroskope, falscher Schnurbärte, Parfum, Tabakpfeifen usw. sind verzeichnet. - Auf besserem Papier gedruckt. Prachtvoll gebundenes Exemplar! - Gering berieben und bestoßen.

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        Extremely Rare Andrew Jackson four language Ships Papers for a Whaling Voyage in the Pacific

      Partly Printed Document Signed "Andrew Jackson? as President and ?John Forsyth?, as Secretary of State, 1 page, 19.5? x 15? (visible). Dark signatures! Completed in manuscript. Triple matted and ornately framed under glass. Overall size 26? x 21.5?. In apparent fine condition.Four language Ship?s Papers were printed in columns of, left to right, French, Spanish, English, and Dutch. This document was signed by Jackson and Forsyth in blank in Washington, D.C. before August 21, 1835. It was sent to the port of New Bedford, Massachusetts, where it was later filled out and issued from there, on August 21, 1835. It was on that date that the name of the ship and all the required information were added. Countersigned ?Lemuel Williams Collector? and ?John Henry Clifford / Notary Public.?In part, ?Be it known, That leave and permission are herby given to Job Collins master ir commander of the Shop called William & Eliza of the burthen of 321 and 11/9

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        Un'Avventura di Scaramuccia. Melodramma comico di Felice Romani. [Piano-vocal score]

      Milan: Ricordi [PN 7475-7493]. ca. 1835. Oblong folio. Leather-backed marbled boards with titling gilt to spine. 1f. (title), 1f. (cast list, contents), 5-264 pp. With contemporary signature to title page. Engraved throughout. Binding worn, rubbed and bumped. Minor foxing and browning; corners thumbed; minor marginal tears, some repairs; remnants of early binding to inner margin of title page. . Probable First Edition. Rare. OCLC 32110020 (one copy only). First performed in Milan at La Scala on March 8, 1834. The Italian composer Ricci achieved "a notable success with Un'avventura di Scaramuccia, written to a witty libretto, part romance, part theatrical satire, by Felice Romani... [His] is one of the more individual voices of Italian opera of the period. His chief gift was for comedy, to which he brought not only a complete mastery of the traditional devices but also a new, robust buffo manner characterized by a wealth of bouncing allegretto melodies, mostly in duple time, and a not infrequent use of folktune." Julian Budden in Grove online

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        LATEINOS; 666.

      London, R. B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1835.or, the only proper and appellative name of the Man, whose prophetical number in Greek numerals, is, ..., or 666; Rev. xiii. 18; demonstrated to be the mark or name of the beast, who had "two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon;" Rev. xiii. 11 - 18; being none other than the Pope of Rome: whose church, and kingdom are, even now intrinsically, and appellatively, Latin. FIRST EDITION 1835. 8vo, 230 x 140 mm, 9 x 5½ inches, pages: (20), v - xli, (2), 306, (2) - Table of Numerals, the Introduction starts on page v as in all copies, nothing is missing, bound in the original publisher's blind stamped cloth with gilt 666 on upper cover, gilt lettering to spine. Spine slightly faded, head and tail of spine slightly worn with tiny nicks to cloth, tiny chip to cloth at tail of upper hinge, corners slightly worn, front endpaper missing and front inner hinge neatly strengthened with paper strip, name on blank leaf before half - title, occasional light foxing to edge of margins, contents otherwise clean and bright. A good copy of a very scarce book on the number 666. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A History and Description of the Different Varieties of the Pansey, or Heartease, Now in Cultivation in the British Gardens

      London : Effingham Wilson . Very Good . 1835 . . Softback . .

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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, 1835-1837.. 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. -

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        Gesamtans., "Speyer".

      . Lithographie n. A. Colin b. G.L. Lang in Speyer, um 1835, 34 x 49,5. Sehr seltenes Blatt. L. Anton Doll, Speyer, Ansichten aus vier Jahrhunderten, Nr. 1.6.405 und Abb. 83. - Blick von Südwesten über Felder und Wiesen zur Stadt ( rechts der Dom, links das Altpörtel). Im Vordergrund ( rechts ) das Gartenhaus der Familie Lichtenberger mit Damen und Herren, die dem Lautespiel einer Dame zuhören.

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        TA., Dom, "Il Duomo di Milano. - Cathedrale de Milan".

      . Aquatinta n. u. v. Rupp, um 1835, 33 x 45. Seltene großformatige Ansicht mit schöner Personenstaffage.

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        Scandinavian sketches or a tour in Norway. By Lieut. (...) R. N. Author of Excursions in New South Wales &c.

      Ldn., . U. å. (1835). Leks8vo. Samtidig kartonasjebind med shirting rygg og titteletikett i papir. vii, (1 blank), 354, (1), (1 blank), (2) s. Med litografert tittelblad og 17 plansjer, hvorav fem er kolorerte folkedraktplansjer. Med et foldet kart over Norge bak i boken.. Schiötz 136*. Abbey "Travel" I nr. 255. Bring 326. Alle plansjene er bundet foran i boken. En av plansjene med en liten rift

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        NAPOLEÓN EN SU DESTIERRO. CONTINUACIÓN DEL DIARIO DE SANTA-HELENA. 5 TOMOS

      IMPRENTA DE OLIVA, BARCELONA 1835 - CUBIERTA MUDA. 316 + 307 + 311 + 320 + 295 + 2 GRABADOS CORRESPONDIENTES AL PALACIO QUE LE ESTABA DESTINADO Y SEPULCRO DE NAPOLEÓN. BUEN ESTADO. 16,5 X 10,5

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        Abbildungen aus der Naturgeschichte

      Zurich: Friedrich Schulthess, c., 1835. Folio, lithographed title, 41 engraved plates, all but 2 coloured by hand, contemporary calf-backed boards, skilfully rebacked with significant section of original flat gilt spine laid down, binder's tape used on inner hinges. First edition of this wonderful compendium of natural history, by the indefatigable Heinrich Rudolf Schinz (1771-1861). Divided into sections on mammals, birds, amphibians and fishes, and invertebrates, the work includes several plates of Australian interest, including fine depictions of the Kangaroo, Platypus, and the Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo. The detailed text, with detailed descriptions of habitats and habits, is by Schinz himself, professor of zoology at Zurich, where he founded the zoological collection and wrote a number of works about vertebrates including birds and fish, as well as several ethnographic studies. This wonderful compendium gives a sense of the breadth of Schinz's interests, and features fine and detailed natural history plates by the renowned Swiss lithographer Karl Josef Brodtmann, whose illustrations are famous for their exceptional accuracy. As is often the case with books produced by Schinz, the work has a rather confusing collation which is only compounded by its rarity. This copy with 41 plates and an error in pagination (which jumps pages 21-26), collates perfectly with the copy in the Stanford University Libraries, noting the 1835 date of publication from Leemann van Elck (Druck, Verlag, Buchhandel im Kanton Zürich, p. 107).

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