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        Hudibras

      W. Nicol for John Murray, London 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'. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DICCIONARIO UNIVERSAL DE MITOLOGIA O DE LA FABULA

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1835-38. 25x17. 2 vol: 679Pag+715Pag . Pasta espanola con dorados en lomera. 1er Diccionario de MitologIa. Obra dedicada a la Real Junta Del Comercio. Muy Rara. Ref 15.1 Biblioteca AD.

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

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

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        Rare Colonists Bond

      Mina, Republic of Texas: Abbeville, 1835. unbound. 2 pages (front and back), 12.5 x 7.75 inches, Mina, Republic of Texas, December 11, 1835 (just before the Texas revolution) -- an exceedingly rare Colonists Bond from the Nashville Colony to L. Kinney, guaranteeing his head right in the Nashville Colony to a half league, for surveying it. The colony, later called Robertson's Colony, originated in Nashville in 1825 when the group obtained a contract to settle 800 families in Texas. This important settlement was second in size only to Stephen A. Austin's grant. Some toning, foxing, and damp-staining at the margins; minor tearing along several folds. Good condition. A fabulous and historically important memento from the earliest days in the founding of the Texas Republic.

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        The Works of William Cowper , Esq. Comprising his poems, correspondence, and translations. With a life of the author

      London: Baldwin and Cradock, 1835-, 1837. 15 volumes, small octavo, each volume with engraved title and frontispiece, 11 portrait engravings, some foxing to preliminaries; very good, in matching contemporary full polished calf, spines with raised bands, decorated in gilt, black and red morocco labels. A first edition set of William Cowper's (1731-1800) complete works edited by Robert Southey, Poet Laureate, in an attractive binding. 'Cowper's admirable letters, of which several additions have been published, throw light on his simple, gentle, and humane personality. His poetry is notable as heralding a simpler and more natural style than the classical style of Pope and his inferior imitators' (OCEL). The set includes engravings by W. Harvey.

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        Blick auf das Kapuzinerkloster bei Amalfi.

      . Öl auf Leinwand, um 1835, verso Nachlaßstempel. 20,3:30,7 cm. Literatur: I. Eichler, Carl Morgenstern. Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner Schaffensphase von 1826 - 1846. Darmstadt 1976, Abb. 17b, S. 59; Ausst. Katalog: Carl Morgenstern und die Landschaftsmalerei seiner Zeit. Frankfurt am Main, Museum Giersch, 2011, Nr. 71 mit Farbabb. Die bei Eichler abgebildete Studie desselben Motivs zeigt gegenüber unserer einen etwas größeren Landschaftsausschnitt und auch den felsigen Küstenstreifen, der sich unterhalb des Klosters befindet, sowie den langen Treppenpfad, der zum Kloster hinaufführt. Auf unserem Bild, das im ganzen skizzenhafter wirkt, ist von dieser Treppe nur ein kleiner Teil zu sehen, während eine überlieferte Bleistiftzeichnung (Eichler Z 100) einen nahezu identischen Ausschnitt wiedergibt und mit "30. Aug. 1835" datiert ist. Sie ist die Vorzeichnung für ein mehrfach auftauchendes Motiv (1838 und 1840, vgl. op. cit. Ö 120 sowie Abb. 1, S. 78).. Zugunsten einer genauen Beachtung der farblichen Erscheinung der Landschaft und um diese auch möglichst getreu einzufangen, hat Morgenstern im vorliegenden Bild die Architektur nur skizzenhaft erfaßt. Daß Morgenstern Amalfi sowie seine nähere Umgebung besonders schätzte, ist bei Eichler (op. cit., S. 78) folgendermaßen beschrieben: "Nach dem Aufenthalt in Capri verbringt der junge Morgenstern mit seinen Malerfreunden einige Studienwochen in der Gegend von Amalfi, was eine der schönsten existierenden Partien ist'. Der Vesuv hingegen scheint den Frankfurter als Motiv nicht sonderlich gereizt zu haben, denn er hatte diesen Vulkan bereits im Juli in Begleitung seiner Malerfreunde erstiegen, dabei jedoch nur den Kraterrand in einer kleinen Faustskizze festgehalten. Nur der schönen Aussicht wegen findet er ihn ungeheuer interessant'. Auch in Paestum hatte er nicht zum Zeichenstift gegriffen, denn: ...man bekommt die Sachen gut lithographiert...'. In der Umgegend von Amalfi entsteht dagegen eine ganze Reihe von Zeichnungen, die später als Grundlagen zu Atelierbildern dienen, wie zum Beispiel das Kapuzinerkloster bei Amalfi" (17a und 17b) [...]". Bei den erwähnten Malerfreunden handelt es sich um J.G. Gmelin (1810-1854) und E. Willers (1803-1880). Der Landschaftsmaler Carl Morgenstern entstammte einer Frankfurter Künstlerfamilie, die über fünf Generationen tätig war. Er war Sohn von Johann Friedrich (1777-1844) und Vater von Friedrich Ernst Morgenstern (1853-1919). Neben seiner Lehrzeit beim Vater studierte er die altniederländische Malerei. Während seines Münchner Aufenthaltes 1832-1834 bildete er sich im Umgang mit den Landschaftsmalern C. Rottmann (1797-1850) und Chr. Morgenstern (1805-1867) weiter. 1833-1834 reiste er in die bayerischen und österreichischen Alpen. Seit 1834 hielt er sich in Italien auf, vorwiegend in Rom. Er unternahm Ausflüge ins Albaner- und Sabinergebirge, nach Neapel und dessen Umgebung (im Spätsommer 1835 hielt er sich in der Umgebung von Amalfi auf) sowie nach Sizilien. 1837 kehrte er nach Frankfurt zurück. Weitere Reisen führten ihn 1839 nach Düsseldorf, Holland, Belgien, 1841 nach Frankreich, in die Schweiz und mehrmals nach Italien. Seine italienischen Landschaftsmotive fand Morgenstern in Venedig, Neapel, der Toskana, auf Capri und Sizilien, während Ansichten von Frankfurt und dem Taunus sowie Main- und Rheinlandschaften kennzeichnend für seine Darstellungen aus dem deutschen Raum sind.

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        St. Petersburg Four steel engravings / Panorama.

      Wien, Zechmayer, 1835.. Plate marks 16 x 26 cm. The whole sheets 19,5 x 29,5 cm. 4 steel engravings. 4 Stahlstiche. Lose, loose. Slight brownings, mainly to the margins. Leichte Bräunungen am Rand, sonst gut erhalten. aus / from: "Bilder-Magazin für allgemeine Weltkunde".. Rare panorama view, which is supposed to be assembled as one piece. Seltene Panorama - Ansicht in vier Teilen, dargestellt sind Eremitage, Winter-Palast, der Palast des gro0en Senats und andere bekannte Gebäude. Showing: The Neva river including the Hermitage, the Winter Palace, the Great Senate Pallace and many other well known buildings.

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        Fieschi. Clichés Destinés à Être Insérés dans Les Colonnes Mêmes De Journaux, et En Tête Des Relations Particulières De L'attentat Du 28 Juillet

      1835. On 28 July 1835, 19 people were killed or mortally wounded in an attempt to kill Louis-Philippe. Fieschi, who was caught straight away was condemned to death and executed 19 Februay 1836. The present typespecimen was published in August 1835 by Laurent et Deberny and destined for newspaper managers. The propose illustrations that can be included in newspaper articles related to the attack or at the beginning of those articles.

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        Children's History of, Beasts, Advice and Select Hymns

      America: Sandbornton Press, 1835. Duodecimo, with a series of woodcut illustrations; original decorated pink wrappers, a very nice copy. Rare children's chapbook, published in America. Intended as a natural history lesson, each animal is fully described and illustrated with naïve word blocks. The selection of beasts includes the kangaroo, and the description and illustration are charming: 'its action in moving is very singular, as it can neither walk nor run, but jumps with such singular swiftness as to escape the pursuit of the fleetest greyhound…'. Early ephemeral books for children rarely survive.

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        Anleitung die physischen Erdräume mittelst einfacher Constructionen aus freier Hand zu entwerfen. Mit 20 metallographierten Entwürfen.

      Berlin, Oehmigke, 1835.. VI Blatt, Inhaltsverzeichnis, 111 Seiten und 20 gestochene Tafeln. Originaler Pappband der Zeit (27 x 22 cm) mit aufmontiertem Titelschild. Philipp Baron von Canstein war Premier-Lieutenant und Lehrer an der Königlichen Cadettenanstalt zu Berlin.. Einband berieben und bestossen. Innen sauber und insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        LA MORAL UNIVERSAL O LOS DEBERES DEL HOMBRE

      . Zustand: Como Nuevo Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1835. Tres volumenes : 16x11. 3Vol. 1vol: XXXII+358Pag. 2vol: 3h+312Pag. 3vol: 356Pag. Contiene lamina grabada por Xaxars en cobre, primer volumen. Baron de Holbach filosofo y literato aleman maestro y consejero espiritual del polemico Marques de Sade. Sus libros fueron en su epoca prohibidos por aclarar el ateismo y el dogma como nadie. Muy dificil en comercio. Ref 8.5 Biblioteca A.

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        Monuments de L'Egypte et de la Nubie d'apres les dessins executes sur les lieux sous la direction de Champollion le Jeune, et les descriptions autographes qu'il en a redigees. Publies sous les Auspices de M. Guizot et de M. Thiers; Planches, Tome 1- 4; Textes; Volume 1et 2

      Imprimerie et Librairie de Firmin Didot Freres, Paris, 1835-1845. XII, Planches I- CI; XII, Planches CI- CC; XII, Planches CCI- CCC; XII, Planches CCCI- CCCCXLVI, Planches I- CCCCXLVI donc 50 colorees. Format: Folio (45,7 x 30,5), Schrifttyp: Latein ( Modernes Schriftbild ). Verlagsfrischer, bibliophil ausgestatteter Faksimile-Reprint, gedruckt auf einem schönen alterungsbeständigen und säurefreien Werkdruckpapier, das den Originaleindruck am Besten wiedergibt. Gebunden als robuste Bibliotheksversion in Ganzleinen mit Rückengoldprägung. Aus dem Verlag Fines Mundi, Saarbrücken. Ein dem Stil der Zeit entsprechender Umschlag wurde auf dem Vorderdeckel aufgezogen.Please notice: we offer here a facsimile of the original edition, bound in hardcover, printed on an acid free paper, lightly coloured. Coloured plates are printed in colour, maps reduced to 12 x 18 inches. Our bindings are handmade in different styles. Please contact us, if you have further questions..

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        Les Roses, peintes par. Redouté.décrites et classes selon leur ordre naturel, par.Thory. Troisième edition, publiée sous la direction de M. Pirolle

      Crapelet for P. Dufart and J.F. Hauer & Cie. of St. Petersburg, Paris 1835 - Contemporary French blue half morocco gilt, the flat spine in five compartments delineated by horizontal rules, titled in the second, numbered in the fourth, green silk page-markers, marbled endpapers. A very fine set of Redouté's best known work. The "most complete edition" (Madol) to be published during his lifetime, this is a re-issue of the second octavo edition, with the addition of St. Petersburg to the imprint, and containing the 23 additional plates, the portraits and the frontispiece floral wreath, the biographical note on Thory and additional text. Pierre-Joseph Redouté, the most successful flower painter of all time, together with Claude-Antoine Thory, an ardent botanist and collector of roses, have together in Les Roses produced a work not only of great artistic merit, but also an invaluable scientific record. "Redouté and Thory knew, described and figured almost all the important roses known in their day. Included were many of the key ancestors of our present-day roses. The plates in Les Roses have artistic value, botanical and documentary value, both for the species and cultivars still surviving and for those that have disappeared" (Gisele de la Roche). The roses used as specimens for the work were taken from the collections of Thory, the Malmaison gardens, and from other collections around Paris. Many of the flowers were novelties in Redouté's time, and a number were dedicated to the memory of his friends and acquaintances, such as l'Héritier de Brutelle and Ventenat. The success of the folio edition prompted the issue of a second (first octavo) edition in 40 parts between 1824 and 1826 with 160 plates and an expanded text. New information and new varieties led to the issue of a third edition (second octavo) edition, published in 30 parts between 1828 and 1829. The popularity of the first issue of this edition warranted the publication of the present second issue (with reset and reprinted title pages). In both issues the text was expanded yet again to contain not only more information about the culture of the rose but also by the addition of a biography of Thory by D.Beaumont, the inclusion of Thory's Traité du Rosier and the descriptive text to the 23 additional plates. In addition a floral wreath plate was added as a frontispiece to volume I and the portraits of Redouté and Thory were included for the first time. The plates are masterpieces in miniature of the engraver's art and lose none of the impact of their larger precursors in the process of reducing them from the folio to octavo format. Redouté as presiding genius is plainly discernable. Dunthorne 233; Lawalrée 39; Madol 42; Macphail Redoutéana 22; cf. Nissen BBI 1599; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 8751; Stock Rose Books 2371. 3 volumes, octavo. (9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches). Half-titles. 2 lithographic portraits of Redouté and Thory by C.Motte after Mauraisse, hand-coloured engraved floral wreath by Manceau after Redouté, 183 stipple-engraved plates printed in colours and finished by hand by Chardin, Langlois, Lemaire and others after Redouté (including 3 plates illustrating the anatomy of the rose). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Colonization of South Australia

      London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, 1835. Octavo, folding handcoloured frontispiece map, NSW Colonial Secretary stamps to title and a few pages, printed note about the Henry Parkes collection to front pastedown; a very attractive copy in full red morocco by Sangorski, gilt. From Sir Henry Parkes Parliamentary collection. A fine presentation copy 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, metamorphosising into a crown colony the following year. This copy has a particularly good association: it was given by Torrens to "Longfield", almost certainly the professor of law at Trinity College Dublin, Mountifort Longfield, an expert in property law and critic of Thomas Malthus. At a later stage the book ended up in the library of the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales and, as a printed label in the front confirms, formed part of the "Collection associated with the name of Sir Henry Parkes

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        Kiel von Wilhelminenhöhe gesehen. Altkolor. Lithographie nach Carl Fr. Lill. Kiel, Bindemann & Co., um 1835-1840. 33,5 x 50 cm.

      1835. . Klose-Martius 113.- Vorne links im Bild der Sandkrug, Förde, dahinter die Vorstadt bis zur Seeburg.

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        Morning Prayer [and] Evening Prayer

      Sydney: Jones, n.d., but circa, 1835. Pair of broadsides, each 450 x 390 mm.; in fine original condition, mounted and framed. Early examples of educational broadsides printed in Australia. Beautiful examples of fine early printing in Sydney, unrecorded in this form. Possibly prepared for the Church Mission Society, these early broadsides were printed in Sydney at a time when virtually all religious tracts were printed in London. These two prayers for children - to be said in the morning and evening - are exceptionally scarce early examples of local Sydney printing. Regarding the publication of these prayers, it is known that Jones had prepared some comparable religious broadsides, apparently for use in Church Mission Society schools, such as a pair of Maori lesson sheets printed circa 1833, the first "Christ raiseth Lazarus to life" or "Ka wa-ka-a-ra-hia a Ra-ha-ru-hi e Te Ka-rai-ti"; and the second "Children brought to Christ" or "Ka mau-ria nga ta-ma-ri-ki ki Te Ka-rai-ti" (see Williams, A Bibliography of Printed Maori to 1900, no. 13). Given that the present sheets are of a similar size to the Maori examples, it is likely that these were prepared around the same time, possibly also for the Church Mission Society. This hypothesis is supported by a note in Ferguson accompanying four Maori language sheets (no. 1674): 'in the Dixson Collection are two separate sheets… One is a Morning Prayer, the other an Evening Prayer… They came to this collection among other papers from the collection of C.A. Ewen of New Zealand.' Ferguson gives a putative date of circa 1835 for those particular sheets (see also Williams, Bibliography, no. 12). Certainly their sentiments are touching and as relevant for their purpose today as they were in the early nineteenth century: 'Keep us from wicked thoughts and bad tempers; make us try to learn all that we are taught' (from Morning Prayer); and from Evening Prayer: 'Make us try to remember all that we have learned to-day'. Of the handful of locally printed educational works which predate these broadsides, very few have survived; indeed many are known only through advertisements in newspapers of the day. These ephemeral broadsides are rare survivors.

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        (Ross's) Hobart Town Almanack, and Van Diemen's Land Annual for 1835

      Hobart: James Ross, 1835. Small octavo, frontispiece, x,(xiv - almanac), short leaf advertisement, 13-324 pp. (last blank), engraved plate of platypus bones; very good in later worn maroon cloth with polished calf spine. A rare Tasmanian almanac of great significance to the early history of the colony. The volume contains Jorgen Jorgenson's important 'Shred of Autobiography', what appears to be the first comprehensive index of Tasmanian flora by James Backhouse, and two engravings by Thomas Bock, including a scientific depiction of the platypus. Copenhagen-born Jorgenson is most notorious for deposing the Danish governor of Iceland in 1809 and appointing himself head of government with the title 'The Protector.' Described by Marcus Clarke as 'a human comet,' Jorgenson and his career as a sailor, privateer, spy, revolutionary and explorer have formed the subject of several books, most of which rely on the swashbuckling self-portrait he paints here. Indeed, the audacity and grandeur of the Jorgenson's tales approach MacDonald Fraser's Harry Flashman (minus the confessions). Many relate to his time in Australia which he first reached around 1800 where he met Flinders and Baudin among others. Equally important in this volume is the 54-page 'Index Plantarum, or an attempt towards a popular description of some of the most common and remarkable indigenous plants of Van Diemen's Land' compiled by James Backhouse and Ronald Campbell Gunn. Backhouse, a noted naturalist from a prominent English Quaker family, travelled widely in the colonies from 1832 to 1838, and spent three years in Tasmania working closely with Governor Arthur. Gunn, a high ranking official in the colonial administration who was later a member of the Legislative Council, was an important botanist who published widely and notably hosted Dumont d'Urville during his visit to Hobart. Most of the specimens collected by the two were sent to Kew. The two plates by Bock, show 'The Teeth and Underjaw of the Platypus' and a 'Fish Caught in the Derwent.' Both represent uncommon examples of early locally printed illustrations of Tasmanian wildlife. A noted engraver in London, Bock was transported to the penal colony in 1824 after being found guilty of drugging women. He was pardoned in 1832 and successfully established himself as a portrait artist. Several of his works are exhibited in the Tasmanian Museum and Gallery. The almanac was compiled by James Ross, a government printer who published several gazettes and newspapers, and his thorough knowledge of the colony in the early 1830s is reflected throughout. Ferguson notes three plates, but only two ever appear to have been included.

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        The State and Position of Western Australia ; commonly called the Swan-River Settlement

      London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co, 1835. Octavo, a little dusted, neat owner's inscriptions, bookplate; a very good tall copy in worn and bumped but charming maroon calico, a little frayed at spine, original paper label chipped, unusual pen markings to front board. First edition, uncommon. Irwin's book was the first significant published account of the Swan River colony, and is a charming and informative work, devised partly as an advertisement for emigration. Frederick Irwin (1788-1860) saw active service in Spain, Portugal, Canada and Ceylon. In 1828, while holding the rank of captain, he assumed command of a detachment of the 63rd Regiment (himself, a fellow officer, and 66 other ranks) which was ordered to provide military protection to the fledgling Swan River settlement. Arriving on the Sulphur in June 1829, Irwin spent four years in the colony before returning to England for a few years. A keen promoter of the new colony, while in London Irwin helped form the Western Australian Association, and it was during this period that the present work was published. Despite his unflinching report on some conflict with the local tribes, overall there is a sympathetic and positive account of the aborigines. The book includes nine appendices of which two are extracts reprinted from the 'W.A. Journal' 1834-1835 regarding Aboriginal matters. One appendix is a proposal for a 'Native institution' in the immediate vicinity of the nascent colony at Perth, an 'experiment of civilizing the natives' under the supervision of one Mr. Armstrong, fluent in the native language. This exercise in goodwill is motivated by 'a disposition to doing the natives good' so that they may be free from violence 'whether from each other or from white people', medical aid and a regular food supply. The most important of the nine clauses emphasises the role of the Governor as Aboriginal protector 'as long as they behave well they shall not be molested by any one, whether black or white; and if they are, the Governor will take their part.' This proposal is followed by an extraordinary account of two trackers - "Migo" and "Molly-Dobbin" who found a lost child after a long and frustrating search through 22 miles of dunes and thick scrub. The trackers persevere when hope is perishing, and are delighted 'beyond all conception' when the boy is finally found…'we cannot but esteem the act, and highly applaud the noble disposition of these two savages.' The Davidson copy, with the earlier manuscript owner's names of Anne Disney and Anna June Milligan. This copy does not have the advertisement leaves sometimes seen (and assumed to be present in slightly later issues).

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        Ke Kauoha Hou a ko kakou Haku e Ola'I, a Iesu Kristo : oia ka olelo hemolele no ke ola, a na lunaoleloi i kakau ai [The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ: this is the sacred word of life, written by the apostles]

      Oahu: Na na Misionari I Pai, 1835. Small octavo, dusted and a little browned, some pages with marked spotting; a very good copy in original reverse calf binding, neatly rebacked to match, a little worn, early 'Society of Inquiry Library' label to front pastedown. Rare and important: a landmark in missionary publishing in Hawaii, this is the first complete edition of the New Testament in the Hawaiian language, printed entirely by the Mission Press. David Forbes in the Hawaiian National Bibliography gives an excellent and detailed account of the circumstances surrounding the publication. Printing of the New Testament began after the General Meeting in June 1835, where the task of preparing an Hawaiian version was given precedence over any other task the missionaries were working on. The work was actually completed in early 1836. A substantial number of copies was published but, as with many early Hawaiian imprints, the survival rate today is very low.

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations ...with a commentary by the author of "England and America

      London: Charles Knight, 1835-, 1840. Four volumes, duodecimo, each with engraved frontispieces of Smith, Ricardo and other eminent economists; each volume bearing ownership name 'C.M. Wakefield'; bindings show some wear and spine ends a little chipped yet a very good set in original blind decorated green publisher's cloth. A Wakefield family copy of this work to which Edward Gibbon Wakefield had provided a preface and commentary, a popular edition of Adam Smith's pivotal economic treatise. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography notes that by 1833 'Wakefield had become a confirmed disciple of Adam Smith and published an edited version of the Wealth of Nations, in four volumes, between 1835 and 1839. The extensive commentaries that accompany each chapter clearly outline his thinking as he sought to create a model post-enlightenment society.' The set comprises mixed editions in uniform publisher's cloth, with each volume bearing the manuscript owner's name 'C.M. Wakefield'. While this is evidently a family copy therefore, the initials do not correspond to any of his immediate family members. Given the emigration of several family members to New Zealand and Australia, the books may have belonged to a descendent living in the colonies, perhaps Clara Marie Wakefield, daughter of William Wakefield and Maria Sophia Emilie Schwass, born 1886 in Waimea East, Nelson, New Zealand; another possibility would be Clara Wakefield, born Melbourne 1864, daughter of Frank and Agnes Wakefield.

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        Original land grant for a selection near Appin

      Sydney: March, 1835. Parchment grant measuring 340 x 390 mm., signed by the Governor of New South Wales, with well-preserved way seal; folded to docket size, a very well preserved example. Original colonial document for a discrete land purchase. Land grant to William Henry Chapman for lot 74 on Appin road, Cumberland County. This original parchment grant comprises letterpress with manuscript additions by a scribe, with the full signature of Governor Richard Bourke.

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        Ke Kauoha Hou a ko kakou Haku e Ola'I, a Iesu Kristo : oia ka olelo hemolele no ke ola, a na lunaoleloi i kakau ai [The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ: this is the sacred word of life, written by the apostles]

      Na na Misionari I Pai, Oahu 1835 - Small octavo, dusted and a little browned, some pages with marked spotting; a very good copy in original reverse calf binding, neatly rebacked to match, a little worn, early 'Society of Inquiry Library' label to front pastedown. Rare and important: a landmark in missionary publishing in Hawaii, this is the first complete edition of the New Testament in the Hawaiian language, printed entirely by the Mission Press. David Forbes in the Hawaiian National Bibliography gives an excellent and detailed account of the circumstances surrounding the publication. Printing of the New Testament began after the General Meeting in June 1835, where the task of preparing an Hawaiian version was given precedence over any other task the missionaries were working on. The work was actually completed in early 1836. A substantial number of copies was published but, as with many early Hawaiian imprints, the survival rate today is very low. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ellwangen von der Ostseite "aufgenommen und lithographiert von J.D. Englert". Gedruckt bei Schreiber in Esslingen. Um 1835. 28,3:44,6 cm. - Mittelbug unterlegt. Risse am unteren Rand restauriert. Mit ca. 5 mm Rand ringsum.

      Esslingen: Schreiber, 1835. Schefold 1328. - Großformatige und überaus seltene Ansicht der Stadt..

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        A Fine ALS By Fry Addressed to Lawrence Peel, Regarding the Progress Being Made at the Coast Guard Station Libraries

      1835. Upton Lane, West Ham., 12 Mo. 2nd 1835. 4to. 3pp (some 55 lines) written in a neat hand throughout, remains of seal, small repair to the top of the fold, not affecting any of the text, folded for posting, addressed to Lawrence Peel, at Kemp Town, Brighton, with remains of seal and several post marks 'Express' and 'Night', '2 Dec 1835'. Elizabeth Gurney Fry (1780-1845) a tireless campaigner for Prison Reform was also involved in numerous other projects to help those in need. In 1825 after witnessing at first hand the loneliness of the post of coast-guard, she put forward the idea that every one of England's five hundred coast-guard stations should be furnished with a library. She 'estimated the minimum cost at three pounds apiece. Bibles were given out at once free by the Bible Society [and] a grant was finally made by Sir Robert Peel of five hundred pounds, and a strong committee was formed to raise the extra thousand and to buy and distribute the books' (Whitney). Our letter, written some ten years later, and addressed to Peel's cousin, Lawrence, outlines the progress being made, along with some of the problems faced. Fry writes: 'The presents from the Booksellers woud be too much for thee to look over. They have now I believe all passed the revision of the gentleman appointed by Captain Bowles for this purpose'. She goes on to state that the 'books of the Religious Tract Society have generally been allowed to pass for I consider their works generally very safe'. She continues by saying that although she was faced with many further problems, a letter was not the best place to discuss them. She ends by trying to arrange a meeting so their discussion could continue and requesting that he pass on her progress report and sincere thanks to his cousin, Sir Robert Peel, for all his help in this venture.

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        Erklärendes Verzeichniss der antiken vertieft geschnittenen Steine der Königlich Preussischen Gemmensammlung.

      Berlin, Druckerei der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1835.. LXVIII, 462 S., 1 Bl. Mod. Hpgt. mit goldgepr. Rtit. (Bezug der rechten unteren Ecke der vorderen Einbanddecke leicht berieben). - (Verzeichnis der antiken Denkmäler im Antiquarium des Königlichen Museums zu Berlin. Abtheilung der Gemmen und antiken Münzen [2]).. Einzige Ausgabe der ersten wissenschaftlichen Beschreibung der Berliner Gemmensammlung durch den Direktor des Berliner Antiquariums. Sehr selten. - Toelkens "Hauptverdienst ist die erste Bearbeitung der königlichen Gemmensammlung. [ ] In der Einleitung widerlegte er die damals verbreitete Ansicht, als seien von der durch Friedrich den Großen angekauften Stosch'schen Gemmensammlung die werthvollsten Stücke abhanden gekommen und ebenso wußte er gegen die gefährlicheren Angriffe von Seiten des Staatsraths v. Köhler in Petersburg die Echtheit hervorragender Kunstwerke erfolgreich zu vertheidigen, wobei ihn vom mineralogischen Standpunkte Leop. v. Buch, Weiß und G. Rose unterstützten" (ADB XXXVIII, 415). - Systematisch nach Klassen, Abteilungen und Motivgruppen geordnete, an Wickelmanns Beschreibung der Sammlung Philipp von Stosch orientierte, diesbezüglich unter kunsthistorischem Gesichtspunkt aber neu strukturierte "Katalog-Daktyliothek" (Kockel / Graepler 2006, S.24; vgl. ebd. S. 34, Anm. 59). Jeweils mit Angabe der Provenienz, ikonographischer Beschreibung und tls. kunsthistorischer Würdigung der Intaglios. - Toelkens mustergültiges Verzeichnis bildete die Grundlage für die Anfertigung von Daktyliotheken mit Abdrucken der Berliner Gemmensammlung, etwa für die Universität Göttingen (Unikat) bzw. in Auswahleditionen für den Schulunterricht (vgl. Kockel / Graepler 2006, Kat. 13 und 14). - Pollen III, 598. - Die letzte Seite und das letzte, zusätzlich mit eingebundene gefaltete Blatt mit handschriftlicher Auflistung von 9 bzw. 22 ("II Kasten") offensichtlich Gemmenmotiven. -Titel alt gestempelt, stellenweise etw. braunfleckig sowie vereinzelte alte Anstreichungen mit Bleistift bzw. saubere Ergänzungen mit Feder in Braun. Insgesamt wohlerhaltenes, dekoratives Exemplar.

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        Erklärendes Verzeichniss der antiken vertieft geschnittenen Steine der Königlich Preussischen Gemmensammlung.,

      Berlin, Druckerei der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1835 - LXVIII, 462 S., 1 Bl. Einzige Ausgabe der ersten wissenschaftlichen Beschreibung der Berliner Gemmensammlung durch den Direktor des Berliner Antiquariums. Sehr selten. - Toelkens "Hauptverdienst ist die erste Bearbeitung der königlichen Gemmensammlung. [ ] In der Einleitung widerlegte er die damals verbreitete Ansicht, als seien von der durch Friedrich den Großen angekauften Stosch'schen Gemmensammlung die werthvollsten Stücke abhanden gekommen und ebenso wußte er gegen die gefährlicheren Angriffe von Seiten des Staatsraths v. Köhler in Petersburg die Echtheit hervorragender Kunstwerke erfolgreich zu vertheidigen, wobei ihn vom mineralogischen Standpunkte Leop. v. Buch, Weiß und G. Rose unterstützten" (ADB XXXVIII, 415). - Systematisch nach Klassen, Abteilungen und Motivgruppen geordnete, an Wickelmanns Beschreibung der Sammlung Philipp von Stosch orientierte, diesbezüglich unter kunsthistorischem Gesichtspunkt aber neu strukturierte "Katalog-Daktyliothek" (Kockel / Graepler 2006, S.24; vgl. ebd. S. 34, Anm. 59). Jeweils mit Angabe der Provenienz, ikonographischer Beschreibung und tls. kunsthistorischer Würdigung der Intaglios. - Toelkens mustergültiges Verzeichnis bildete die Grundlage für die Anfertigung von Daktyliotheken mit Abdrucken der Berliner Gemmensammlung, etwa für die Universität Göttingen (Unikat) bzw. in Auswahleditionen für den Schulunterricht (vgl. Kockel / Graepler 2006, Kat. 13 und 14). - Pollen III, 598. - Die letzte Seite und das letzte, zusätzlich mit eingebundene gefaltete Blatt mit handschriftlicher Auflistung von 9 bzw. 22 ("II Kasten") offensichtlich Gemmenmotiven. -Titel alt gestempelt, stellenweise etw. braunfleckig sowie vereinzelte alte Anstreichungen mit Bleistift bzw. saubere Ergänzungen mit Feder in Braun. Insgesamt wohlerhaltenes, dekoratives Exemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Mod. Hpgt. mit goldgepr. Rtit. (Bezug der rechten unteren Ecke der vorderen Einbanddecke leicht berieben). - (Verzeichnis der antiken Denkmäler im Antiquarium des Königlichen Museums zu Berlin. Abtheilung der Gemmen und antiken Münzen [2]).

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        Monstrosities 1816 [with:] Monstrosities of 1818 [with:] Monstrosities of 1819 & 1820

      London: M'Lean, 1835 - Third states, with the imprint as above. 13 3/4 x 9 7/8 inches (image). 3 hand-colored etchings by George Cruikshank. Slight soiling, else fine. Cohn 1748; 1749; 1750

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        Tägliches Hand Büchel Vorinen Sehr Schöne Andächtige Kraftige, Auserlössene Morgends Abends Heiligen Meeß Beicht ujnd Communion, Auch vom Leyden Christi, sambt Litaney Zu Maria, und andere Gebetter Zu Unterschidlichen Heyligen Gottes zu finden ist!

      o. O. [ca. 1835].. 8°. 3 Bll., 188 kolor. Manuskripts. OLdr. Mit floraler Goldpräg., Vollgoldschn.. Mit hs., farb. ill. Doppeltit., 7 ganzseit. Aquarellen, 18 florale aquarell. Textillustr., 26 farb. aquarell. Initialen, 16 (dav. 1 kolor.) Kupfertaf. v. Jos. Kollanetz, F. Schaur, Johanna Ripplin.

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        This New Map of England and Wales, with the Adjacent Countries, Compiled by Surveyors in the Ordnance Department, is Respectfully Dedicated to the King, by his Majestys Most Obedient Servant and Geographer, Robert Seaton.

      1835 - London, James Neele & Co, c.1835. Fine original colour. Dissected and laid on linen as issued, total 1170 x 940mm, with slipcase. A detailed map of England and Wales in fine original colour, with regional boundaries, roads, railways, settlements and topography marked. Dedicated to William IV, it has a large vignette of Windsor Castle above the title, views of Westminster Abbey, York Minster and St Paul's and Canterbury Cathedral in the four corners, and 28 portraits of British worthies in the borders. Along the top are soldiers, including Marlborugh and Wellington; down the left are politicians, including Fox, Pitt and Canning; down the right are intellectuals, including Shakespeare, Newton, Pope, Byron and Burns.

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        The Poetical Works of Mark Akenside

      London - William Pickering, 1835. London - William Pickering, 1835 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of the poetry of Mark Akenside. Including a biography of the poet, and his famous poem Imagination, amongst many others. With a frontispiece engraving of the author. Bookplate of Andrew Davis to front pastedown. Condition: In a half-calf binding with marbled boards. Externally smart, with just a few marks and some light rubbing. Front joint starting. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, with just the odd spot (heavier to first and last), and some ink annotations. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        La Distruzione completa della Medicina. 2 volumes.

      Pesaro, pei tipi di Annesio Nobili 1835 - Nello stato in cui trovasi e la fisica dimostrazione della vera medicina ossia Il Trionfo della Verità. A benefizio del genere umano basato sulla ragione, sul fatto, e sull'autorita de classici. Opera medico-filosofica dell'Abbate Giuseppe Piolanti portata alla capacita di tutti. In fine Dissertazione sul Colera-morbus asiatico. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Pesaro, pei tipi di Annesio Nobili 1835. 211 et 388 pages. Portrait frontispice de l'Abbate Giuseppe Piolanti par Ceracchi. Envoi de l'auteur à la princesse du Danimarca (Danemark), daté de 1836, relié face au frontispice. Reliure pleine basane verte de l'époque. Dos lisse orné et doré. Filets et fine roulette dentelée dorés encadrant les plats. Tranches dorées. Roulette sur les coupes. Quelques rousseurs. Petit accident sur le 1er plat du T1. Bon état. Format in-8°(22x14). 1ère Edition Dédicacé par l'auteur [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Colonization of South Australia

      Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, London 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Three Years in the Pacific; containing notices of Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, &c. in 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834. By an Officer in the United States' Navy

      London: Richard Bentley, 1835. London: Richard Bentley, 1835. 2 vols., First English Edition, half-titles, xi, [1], 403, [1]; viii, 440 pp., later boards, original printed paper labels, uncut, a very nice copy. Ruschenberger was a physician in the U.S. Medical Corps from 1826 to the middle of the nineteenth century, his first cruise was aboard the U.S. Frigate Brandywine, from August 1826 to October 1829, and the last on board the U.S.S. Falmouth, from June 1831 to February 1834. His descriptions of his travels are most thorough, his ship docked at Callao, Peru; Valparaiso, Chile and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and he describes the climate, culture, commerce, resources, religion, and customs, and slavery of these South American Countries. First published in Philadelphia in 1834. Sabin, 74196; Smith, American Travellers Abroad, R61; Eberstadt, 111, 522.

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        Three Years in the Pacific; containing notices of Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, &c. in 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834. By an Officer in the United States' Navy.

      London: Richard Bentley 1835 - 2 vols., First English Edition, half-titles, xi, [1], 403, [1]; viii, 440 pp., later boards, original printed paper labels, uncut, a very nice copy. Ruschenberger was a physician in the U.S. Medical Corps from 1826 to the middle of the nineteenth century, his first cruise was aboard the U.S. Frigate Brandywine, from August 1826 to October 1829, and the last on board the U.S.S. Falmouth, from June 1831 to February 1834. His descriptions of his travels are most thorough, his ship docked at Callao, Peru; Valparaiso, Chile and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and he describes the climate, culture, commerce, resources, religion, and customs, and slavery of these South American Countries. First published in Philadelphia in 1834. Sabin, 74196; Smith, American Travellers Abroad, R61; Eberstadt, 111, 522. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Works of William Cowper

      London - Baldwin and Cradock, 1835. London - Baldwin and Cradock, 1835 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A fascinating biographical account of the prolific poet William Cowper, his life, poems, correspondence and Translations. Featuring a vinaigrette title page and frontispiece of William Cowper. Bound to the rear is Poems, The Early Productions of William Cowper 1825 and includes Cowper's earlier work including In a Letter to the Same, An Attempt at the Manner of Waller, On the Picture of a Sleeping Child, and To Delia 1755. Volume one. Condition: Rebound in a calf binding with marbled boards. Externally, a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright pages although there is light spotting throughout, and foxing to endpapers. Armorial bookplate to the front pastedown. Copperplate ink signature to rear endpaper. Volume one of fifteen. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Two Friends: A Novel (Three volume set)

      Saunders and Otley, London 1835 - Inscribed by the author to Sir William Gell! Three volume set, hardcovers in amateur beige cloth rebindings with leather spine labels, 1835, octavos, 282pp., 258pp., and 275pp., not illustrated. Books VG+ with spines showing some sun and mild soil, bindings tight, texts show some foxing throughout, otherwise are unmarked. No DJs. Sir William Gell (1777-1836) was an English archaeologist and illustrator, who lived in Rome from 1820 until his death. The Blessingtons were among his close friends and frequent visitors. When they left Rome, never to return, in 1828, Lady Blessington wrote in her diary, "Poor Gell! I still seem to feel the pressure of his hand, and the tears that bedewed mine as he pressed it to his lips, and murmured his fears that we should meet no more." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Denkmale der Baukunst des Mittelalters in Sachsen. Erster Band in 4 Abteilungen

      . Brockhaus, Leipzig, 1835-1843. VIII S./1 Blatt/27, 19, 63, und 37 S. mit zusammen 5 gestochenen Titeln, 78 lithographierten Tafeln und 5 in Stahl gestochenen Textabb., original Halbleder-Einband, quart, (Einbanddeckel mit marmorisiertem Papier bezogen/im ersten und letzten Teil durch Feutigkeit stark fleckig am Rand). - Enthalten: Die Schlosskirche zu Wechselburg, dem ehemaligen Kloster Zschillen / Die goldene Pforte der Domkirche zu Freiburg / Denkmale der Baukunst des Mittelalters in den herzoglich anhalt'schen Landen und in den fürstlich schwarzburg'schen Landen / Unter besonderer Mitwirkung von G. W. Geyer dem Jüngeren / Mit einer Einleitung von Dr. C. L. Stieglitz -

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        Cobbett's Legacy to Parsons;

      London, 1835. London, 1835 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. William Cobbett's tracts concerningthe politics ofchurchreform. Bound in leather with gilt lettering. Cobbett's Legacy to Parsons describes at length the means employed by the state to dispossess the English poor, beginning with the crown's appropriation of church lands during the Reformation. (DNB)William Cobbett, 1763 1835, was an English pamphleteer, farmer and journalist. He believed that reforming Parliament and abolishing the rotten boroughs would help to end the poverty of farm labourers, and he attacked the borough-mongers and sinecurists relentlessly. Cobbett became M. P. of Oldham after the 1832 Reform Act. He wrote many polemics, on subjects from political reform to religion, but is best known for his book from 1830, Rural Rides, which is still in print today. Condition: The binding is generally tight and firm. The front inner hinge is strained, and the first two . There is mild wear to the extremities, including mild rubbing. Internally the pages have slight browning and some scattered foxing. Overall though the condition is very good..

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        Blick auf das Kapuzinerkloster bei Amalfi.

      . Öl auf Leinwand, um 1835, verso Nachlaßstempel. 20,3:30,7 cm. Literatur: I. Eichler, Carl Morgenstern. Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner Schaffensphase von 1826 - 1846. Darmstadt 1976, Abb. 17b, S. 59; Ausst. Katalog: Carl Morgenstern und die Landschaftsmalerei seiner Zeit. Frankfurt am Main, Museum Giersch, 2011, Nr. 71 mit Farbabb. Die bei Eichler abgebildete Studie desselben Motivs zeigt gegenüber unserer einen etwas größeren Landschaftsausschnitt und auch den felsigen Küstenstreifen, der sich unterhalb des Klosters befindet, sowie den langen Treppenpfad, der zum Kloster hinaufführt. Auf unserem Bild, das im ganzen skizzenhafter wirkt, ist von dieser Treppe nur ein kleiner Teil zu sehen, während eine überlieferte Bleistiftzeichnung (Eichler Z 100) einen nahezu identischen Ausschnitt wiedergibt und mit "30. Aug. 1835" datiert ist. Sie ist die Vorzeichnung für ein mehrfach auftauchendes Motiv (1838 und 1840, vgl. op. cit. Ö 120 sowie Abb. 1, S. 78).. Zugunsten einer genauen Beachtung der farblichen Erscheinung der Landschaft und um diese auch möglichst getreu einzufangen, hat Morgenstern im vorliegenden Bild die Architektur nur skizzenhaft erfaßt. Daß Morgenstern Amalfi sowie seine nähere Umgebung besonders schätzte, ist bei Eichler (op. cit., S. 78) folgendermaßen beschrieben: "Nach dem Aufenthalt in Capri verbringt der junge Morgenstern mit seinen Malerfreunden einige Studienwochen in der Gegend von Amalfi, was eine der schönsten existierenden Partien ist'. Der Vesuv hingegen scheint den Frankfurter als Motiv nicht sonderlich gereizt zu haben, denn er hatte diesen Vulkan bereits im Juli in Begleitung seiner Malerfreunde erstiegen, dabei jedoch nur den Kraterrand in einer kleinen Faustskizze festgehalten. Nur der schönen Aussicht wegen findet er ihn ungeheuer interessant'. Auch in Paestum hatte er nicht zum Zeichenstift gegriffen, denn: ...man bekommt die Sachen gut lithographiert...'. In der Umgegend von Amalfi entsteht dagegen eine ganze Reihe von Zeichnungen, die später als Grundlagen zu Atelierbildern dienen, wie zum Beispiel das Kapuzinerkloster bei Amalfi" (17a und 17b) [...]". Bei den erwähnten Malerfreunden handelt es sich um J.G. Gmelin (1810-1854) und E. Willers (1803-1880). Der Landschaftsmaler Carl Morgenstern entstammte einer Frankfurter Künstlerfamilie, die über fünf Generationen tätig war. Er war Sohn von Johann Friedrich (1777-1844) und Vater von Friedrich Ernst Morgenstern (1853-1919). Neben seiner Lehrzeit beim Vater studierte er die altniederländische Malerei. Während seines Münchner Aufenthaltes 1832-1834 bildete er sich im Umgang mit den Landschaftsmalern C. Rottmann (1797-1850) und Chr. Morgenstern (1805-1867) weiter. 1833-1834 reiste er in die bayerischen und österreichischen Alpen. Seit 1834 hielt er sich in Italien auf, vorwiegend in Rom. Er unternahm Ausflüge ins Albaner- und Sabinergebirge, nach Neapel und dessen Umgebung (im Spätsommer 1835 hielt er sich in der Umgebung von Amalfi auf) sowie nach Sizilien. 1837 kehrte er nach Frankfurt zurück. Weitere Reisen führten ihn 1839 nach Düsseldorf, Holland, Belgien, 1841 nach Frankreich, in die Schweiz und mehrmals nach Italien. Seine italienischen Landschaftsmotive fand Morgenstern in Venedig, Neapel, der Toskana, auf Capri und Sizilien, während Ansichten von Frankfurt und dem Taunus sowie Main- und Rheinlandschaften kennzeichnend für seine Darstellungen aus dem deutschen Raum sind.

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

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

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        LES BONS EXEMPLES. Alphabet moral.

      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.

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        NETUM EWH OOMAHZENAHEGUN OWH MOSES, GENESIS AZHENEKAHDAIG. Kahahnekahnootahmoobeung Owh Kahkewaquonaby, Ahneshenahba Makahdawekoonahya [The First Book of Moses Called Genesis]

      Toronto: Translated by P. Jones for the Auxiliary Bible Society, Guardian Office - J.H. Lawrence Printer, 1835. Toronto: Translated by P. Jones for the Auxiliary Bible Society, Guardian Office - J.H. Lawrence Printer, 1835. 12mo. (17.6 cm x 10.5 cm), pp. 178, yellowish brown cloth. Front cover and prelims present but detached at the English title-page, spine strip disintegrated, closed tear to p. 97-98, otherwise the interior is clean and bright. Rare. TPL 1875; Fleming (Upper Can. Imprints) 822; Evans 564. . First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Hugh Anson-Cartwright Fine Books, ABAC/I]
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        "Ansicht der Stadt Donaueschingen, Residenz des Fürsten von Fürstenberg etc:". Gesamtansicht von der Höhe im Westen gegen den Wartenberg, im Vordergrund Fuhrwerk.

      . Altgouachierte Aquatinta von J. Ruff nach H. Neukom bei Locher, Zürich, 1835, 17 x 24,5 cm.. Nebehay-Wagner 371, 1; Schefold 22174 und S. 814. - Aus der seltenen Folge "Malerische Reise der Donau" von J.H. Locher, um 1830. - Tadellos erhaltenes Blatt in herrlichem Altkolorit.

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        "ANSICHT DER STADT DONAUESCHINGEN ...". Aquatinta von J. Ruff nach H. Neukom. Aus: "Die malerische Reise der Donau". Zürich 1835. 17:24,7 cm.

      Zürich: 1835. Schefold 22174. - Gesamtansicht von Westen gegen den Wartenberg, im Vordergrund Fußgänger und Fuhrwerk..

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        "Ansicht der Stadt Donaueschingen, Residenz des Fürsten von Fürstenberg ect.". Gesamtansicht von der Höhe im Westen gegen den Wartenberg, im Vordergrund Fuhrwerk.

      . Aquatinta von J. Ruff nach H. Neukom bei Locher, Zürich, um 1835, 16,5 x 24,5 cm.. Nebehay-Wagner 371, 1; Schefold 22174 und S. 814. - Aus der seltenen Folge "Malerische Reise der Donau" von J.H. Locher, um 1835. - Breitrandig.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Practischer Unterricht in der Bajonnettfechtkunst. Der schweizerischen Infanterie gewidmet. Mit 52 erläuternden Figuren.

      Bern und Chur, J.F.J. Dalp, 1835.. 8°. Illustriertes Titelbl., 56 S., 27 Tafeln mit 51 lithogr. Abb. Interims-Br.. (Einband fleckig und berieben. Rücken eingerissen. Vorderdeckel im oberen Rand unterlegt. Hinterdeckel mit hinterlegtem Randeinriss. Obere Ecke durchgehend etwas knittrig. Wenig stockfleckig).

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat Leonidas Sakellaridi]
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        Voyages Pittoresques et Romantiques dans Lancienne France. Volume 1: Province Picardie

      . Limprimerie de Firmin Didot Freres, Paris, 1835. 282 Txtseiten mit breitrandigen, figürlichen lithographischen Bordüren und 136 ganzseitigwn lithogr. Tafeln, original Halbleder (berieben und bestossen/Vorsätze erneuert/teils rand- und stockfleckig/Vorsatz stark fleckig/1 Textblatt und 1 Tafel fehlen). - Lithographisches Prachtwerk der Region und historischen Provinz Nordfrankreichs, der Picardie -

      [Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat, Einzelunterne]
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