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        Voyage du jeune Anacharsis en Grèce.

      Paris. A. Hiard, MDCCCXXXV ( 1835 ). - FLUR Gr.-8° . 27*17cm. Originalhalblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, blind- und goldgeprägten Rückenverzierungen sowie hübsch bemusterten Bezugspapieren. Die Aussengelenke geplatzt, mit einigen Lederfehlstellen. 2 Bll. Titel, Frontispiz des Autors, 566 (+2), XXXVIII ( +1) Seiten und 35 Tafeln. Titelblatt stärker braunfleckig, durchgehend wenig braunfleckig, Seiten 185 bis 336 auf dunklerem Papier und stärker braunfleckig. Kleiner Tintenfleck im Rand S. 145, S. 175 kleiner Textverlust (5-6 Wörter), Anschmutzung im oberen Rand Seiten 546/547. Sorgfältig collationiertes, komplettes Exemplar. Einleitung bis S 79. Von den 35 Beilagen sind 23 farbig, 3 mehrfach gefaltet. Es handelt sich Karten, Plänen, Ansichten, Skizzen und einer Tafel mit Medaillenabbildungen. Überwiegend grenzcolorierte Karten, aber auch Elevation, Plan Delphi, des Olymp, Sparta, Platon, Plan Delos und Medaiiles Grecqes. Die Nummerierung der Beilagen nicht stringent in Summe aber stimmend. 1600

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        Essai Statistique sur les Bibliothèques de Vienne précédé de la Statistique de la Bibliothèque Impériale comparée aux plus grands établissemens de ce genre anciens et modernes

      xiv, [2], 206, [12] pp. 8vo, cont. green sheep-backed green boards (upper cover with a minor defect), single gilt fillet round sides, flat spine gilt. Vienna: F. Volke, 1835. First edition, presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the title: "À son Altesse Monsieur le Prince Dietrichstein, hommage de l'auteur." Moritz Johann Nepomuk, Prince of Dietrichstein (1775-1864), oversaw the education of the Duke of Reichstadt, Napoleon and Marie Louise's son, from 1815 and 1831 (and was much loved by his pupil), and later served as director of the National Library of Vienna as well as head of the "Burgtheater" (the court theater). His own natural son, Sigismond Thalberg, was one of the greatest pianists of the 19th century. Dietrichstein formed one of the most important private libraries in Vienna and the books were uniformly bound in half-green sheep with green paper boards, flat spines gilt and yellow edges. This is a most interesting work in which the author recounts the history of the Imperial Library of Vienna from its foundation in 1440 and its notable acquisitions of private libraries. Balbi compares it to other leading European libraries, describes the salaries paid, and provides accounts of many private collections of books in Vienna. With much valuable statistical information on the libraries of Europe. Fine copy, signed by Prince Dietrichstein on the free front endpaper. Balbi or the Prince has made a few corrections in the text. .

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        Statement by George Simpson, Esq. of the proceedings of a committee appointed to investigate certain frauds committed in the Indian Naval Department .[ Signed Presentation Copy.

      Printed at the Gazette Press., Bombay? 1835 - with the result of the inquiries of another committee, subsequently appointed for the re-investigation of the same. 8vo. [22cm.] ii,28,114p. 1 errata. [corners little worn] Author Signed Presentation Copy Dated April 1835. original blue [worn] paper wrappers. Rare Work. Copac lists British Library copy only [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: HALEWOOD AND SONS ABA ILAB. est.1867]
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        Geschichte der Musik aller Nationen.

      Nach Fetis und Stafford. Mit Benutzung der besten deutschen Hilsfmittel von mehrern Musikfreunden. Mit 12 Abbildungen und 11 Notentafeln. Weimar, Bernhard Friedrich Voigt, 1835. 8vo. VIII,+ 448,+ (4) pp.+ 9 pp. with lith. music (with 11 musical examples of which one hand-coloured),+ 5 lith. plates (with 12 illustrations). Near contemporary half cloth, gilt spine and marbled edges. Owner's signature of Laurenstein. With musical example of "Chinesisches Lied", "Tanz der Canadischen Wilden", "Gesang der Wilden in Canada", "Persisches Lied" etc. and plates showing ancient greek instrument and dancers. Fine copy of this German compilation on "world music", and music in the ancient Greece and Rome and in the middle ages. It is based on the french translation "Histoire de la musique" (Paris 1832) made by Adélaide Fétis (wife to François-Joseph) of William Cooke Stafford's "A History of Music" (1830). Fétis calls this German edition, a "German imitation of the French translation" and means the its title is misleading

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        KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT WE THE CORPORATION BY THE NAME STYLE AND TITLE OF "THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE MECHANIC ARTS" ARE HELD AND FIRMLY BOUND UNTO GEORGE M. DALLAS, BAYSE NEWCOMB, JOSIAH RANDALL, JAMES HARPER, THOMAS KITTERA, SAMUEL BADGER AND JOHN STEELE ALL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA ESQUIRES TRUSTEES FOR AND ON BEHALF AND FOR THE BENEFIT OF "THE GRAND LODGE OF PENNSYLVANIA AND MASONIC JURISDICTION THEREUNTO BELONGING" IN THE SUM OF FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS LAWFUL SILVER MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO BE PAID TO THE SAID. TRUSTEES AFORESAID.WE DO BIND OURSELVES AND OUR SUCCESSORS AND EVERY OF THEM FIRMLY BY THESE PRESENTS. SEALED WITH THE COMMON SEAL OF OUR SAID CORPO

      [Philadelphia: 1835 - Broadside, 10" x 16". Entirely in elegant ink manuscript. A few very small edge chips [a letter or two affected at outermost edges]. Folds repaired on verso with archival tape. Blindstamp of the Franklin Institute in the bottom blank margin featuring a bust profile of Benjamin Franklin. Signed by James Ronaldson as President of Franklin Institute. Docketed with the Prothonotary on verso. Very Good. The Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts, the name later shortened to The Franklin Institute, was founded in 1824. Its main purpose was to honor Benjamin Franklin and advance the use of his inventions, as well as to train artisans and mechanics in the fundamentals of science. In 1835, the Masonic Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania agreed to convey to the Franklin Institute the Masonic Hall and lot. This document is part of the purchase agreement. [Wahl: THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. A SKETCH OF ITS ORGANIZATION AND HISTORY. Philadelphia: 1895. Pages 9-10; Lyte: REPRINT OF THE MINUTES OF THE GRAND LODGE OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF PENNSYLVANIA. VOL. VI. 1829 TO 1839. Philadelphia: 1901. Pages 229-265]. James Ronaldson [1768-1841] was the first president of the Franklin Institute; he served from 1824 to 1841. A Scotsman who settled in Philadelphia in 1794, he partnered with Andrew Binney in 1796 to build one of the first type foundries in the United States. In 1806, he and Binney bought the type-foundry materials and tools that Benjamin Franklin shipped from France in the 1780's. The business made them wealthy. He later became the President of the Louisville Canal Company. Ronaldson was a personal friend of Thomas Jefferson and President Andrew Jackson. [Frazer: THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE; ITS SERVICES AND DESERTS. Philadelphia: 1908. Pages 251-2; Knight: KNIGHT'S AMERICAN MECHANICAL DICTIONARY. VOL. III. New York: 1877. Page 2674.].

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        "Extracts from a Private Journal, Kept by . . . During a Journey Across the Rocky Mountains, in 1834." [as published in] The SELECT CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Containing the Best Popular Literature, Including Memoirs, Biography, Novels, Tales, Travels, Voyages, &c. Part II. 1835

      Philadelphia:: Printed and Published by Adam Waldie,. 1835.. 4to. 11-3/8" x 9-1/8". 1st appearance (Sabin 96381n, Wagner-Camp-Becker 79n; cf. Howes T-319, Smith PNA [3rd Ed], 10282). [4], 432 pp, with Townsend's work appearing in pp. 427-432. Text triple column.. Period maroon half-sheep over green marbled paper boards.. General wear & rubs to binding extremities. One proud gathering.. Expected foxing & browning throughout. Very Good.. Townsend travelled in Wyeth's second expedition to Oregon. Waldie, as editor, comments, in introducing Townsend's excerpts from his journal, "No one, we think, can read the extracts without a lively impression of the intelligence and zeal of the writer, who evidently adds to his qualifications the gift of imparting his observations in a most agreeable manner. We trust they may be the means of interesting our numerous readers in his volume, if published." This extract published while Townsend still on his journey, with the book version not appearing until 4 years later. This volume opens with Strickland's historical romance [pp. 1 - 68], PILGRIMS Of WALSINGHAM, which contends with another Philadelphia firm for honors as 1st US appearance. Of some interest to literary historians, this work apparently not known to Shattock, who in her BRITISH WOMEN WRITERS, only credits Strickland with having written 4 novels, with the first so listed appearing in 1841, 6 years later. This little-known PILGRIMS Of WALSINGHAM evidently the first novel published by Strickland, who up to this time had been authoring primarily poetry & works for a juvenile audience. Mitford has two works published herein: 'Emily' & 'The Painter's Daughter; A Dramatic Scene.' Hemans' poem, 'Washington's Statue', is found on p. 321.

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        The Poetical Works of John Milton. In Six Volumes. With Bookplates By Maxfield Parrish

      London: John Macrone. 1835. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. H Hard Cover. Very Good. Title pages dated 1835. Lovely six volume set in full light green leather bindings by H. Wood, with a full color personal bookplate designed by Maxfield Parrish in each volume. Smooth green calf with dual spine labels in lighter and darker brown, raised spine bands, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers with gilt accented inner dentelles, 6.75" tall. Covers rubbed at the extremities with a bit of extra green at a few corners where someone had tried to touch up the color some time ago, spines faded to an attractive olive green, half inch spot to upper edge of front cover of volume II, joints good, bindings firm, non-structural surface cracks to front hinges of three volumes. The bookplates, "From the Book-shelf of Theodore Weicker", depict a man reading surrounded by scores of books in a circular design held up by two scribes. The bookplates measure about 3 5/8" x 4.5" and are in very good condition, mounted to the pastedowns. Theodore Weicker was the grandfather of U.S. Senator Lowell Weicker and was co-founder of E.R. Squibb corporation (now part of Bristol-Myers).

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

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

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        Norfolk; from Gosport, Virginia

      Philadelphia: published by Thomas T. Ash, [1835]. Aquatint by Hill after Shaw, lightly coloured by hand. Minor tape stains to blank margins. In fine French washline mat. 13 x 17 inches. A rare example of a print from an extremely rare work that is now considered to be a 'milestone in American printmaking ... a foundation book for American color-plate publication, being the first publication in the United States of larger colored landscapes essentially scenic in effect" (Koke). This lively scene shows Norfolk from Gosport and is from a suite of twenty plates published under the general title 'Picturesque Views of American Scenery'. The original intention had been to publish 36 plates in six parts but the work was abandoned after only four parts had appeared (published primarily by Matthew Carey & Son). Thomas Ash acquired the rights to the set and republished them in 1835. Any examples from either edition are now rare. Joshua Shaw, a British-born landscape artist of note, was inspired by the magificence of the American landscape ("in no other quarter of the globe are the majesty and loveliness of nature more strikingly conspicuous than in America."). Shaw set out to popularise the picturesque in America. His beautiful images were skillfully interpreted by engraver John Hill and the results can rightly be said to have been one of elements which led to the growth of what became the Hudson River School of landscape painting. The popularity of the Hudson River School from the mid-1820s onwards, paid dividends for the Shaw's work as well and Thomas Ash was encouraged to reprint the series in 1835. Deak 315.12; cf. Fielding 644-662; cf. Howes S345; Koke, Checklist of John Hill 48 (2nd state); cf. Reese, American Color Plate Books 5; cf. Stauffer 1343; cf. Stokes III:567; cf. Sabin 79935

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        THE HUDSON RIVER GUIDE; CONTAINING A DESCRIPTION OF ALL THE LANDINGS AND PRINCIPAL PLACES ON THE HUDSON RIVER, AS FAR AS NAVIGABLE; STAGE, CANAL, AND RAILROAD ROUTES, ACCOMPANIED BY A CORRECT MAP

      New York: J. Disturnell, 1835. First Edition. Hardcover. Front cover dampstained, most noticeable on the inside. Text with slight dampstain; the engraving, now mounted on a fabric stub, and the map, which has been expertly repaired and backed with transparent silk, are not affected by the dampstain. Overall Very Good and quite scarce. Original very dark green leather with gilt lettering on the front cover, later rebacking with new endpapers (3-1/4" x 5"). The guide consists of 16 pages of text with a frontispiece engraved view of the Battery and Castle Garden and a large (4-3/4" x 25") attractively hand-colored folding map drawn by David H. Burr and engraved by S. Stiles & Co. depicting the area from Sandy Hook to Glens Falls and Luzerne, including Brooklyn and western Long Island, Staten Island, and part of New Jersey.

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        Japanese color print by Eisen

      by , : 1835. Near fine with only hints of wear to the extreme edges of the print. In six colors all of which are quite bright. Print of a woman in a long checkered green robe standing in front of a low cabinet. The print measures 13 1/4" tall by 9 1/2" wide. Information which accompanied this print indicated that it dates from approximately 1835. (Michener/Lane p.277)

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

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

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Olaf Drescher]
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        Historia natural del jenero humano, aumentada y enteramente refundida con laminas por J. I. Virey. Puesta en castellano por D. Antonio Bergnes de las Casas. 3 Volumenes

      Imprenta de Bergnes, Barcelona 1835 - pasta española algo rozada en lomera, interior bien conservado láminas en color. . 1185 págs.

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

      London: J. & C. Walker, Dec 18th, 1835 [1836]. . Map dimensions 136 x 98.5 cm, overall dimensions 14 x 100 cm. Large folding geological map with a cross-section of southern England from Land’s End to the German Ocean across the lower margin and a further cross-section of the region between St. George’s Channel and the North Sea to the upper left, all vividly coloured according to the strata. Scale: 10 miles to 1 1/8th inch. The map divided into 36 sections and mounted on linen, textured paper to the folded end sections, folds into the original book style pebbled green cloth box with a gilt lettered red spine label. Save for some light wear to the case, an excellent example. First published in 1835 and frequently reissued using fresh evidence gathered from the latest fieldwork. This is the second state, though bearing the same printed date as the first, likely an updated version from the following year. Knipe’s name has been excised from the title and the Walkers’ address is given as No. 3 Burleigh Street, Strand.

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        Stoicheia tou Politikou Dikaiomatos

      1835. Greek Civil and Criminal Law Under the New Codes Gaitas, Paulos. Stoicheia tou Politikou Dikaiomatos. Smyrna: Ek tes Ionikes Typthgraphias Antoniou Patrikiou, 1835. Two volumes. [xx], 338, [9]; [viii], 253, [11] pp. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Later buckram, red and black lettering pieces to spine, endpapers renewed. Some shelfwear and soiling, wear to lettering pieces of Volume I. Some toning, edges of a few leaves trimmed closely (due to binder error) with minor loss to text, internally clean. Ex-library. Location number to spines, bookplate to front pastedown, stamps and annotations to title pages and their versos. * Only edition located. Modern Greece was established by the conclusion of the Greek War of Independence in 1829. In the following years it established a codified legal based influenced by French and German models. Stoicheia tou Politikou Dikaiomatos analyzes the civil and criminal law of Greece according to codes adopted in 1833 and 1834. It appears to be the first book to address these codes. All early modern-era Greek law books are rare. Concerning the present volume, OCLC locates 4 copies, 1 in a law library (Indiana University). Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        A VISIT TO ICELAND By Way of Tronyem, in the "Flower of Yarrow" Yacht, in the Summer of 1834

      John Murray 1835 Very minor rubbing to extremities. Spine label a bit browned. Light apparent dampstaining to first couple of pages. 1" tear to margin area of title page; INSCRIBED on front endpaper by the author to John Stanley, who is mentioned in the book. Numerous b&w illustrations ; 8vo; 320 pages

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        CURSO COMPLETO DE PARTOS Y ENFERMEDADES DE MUGERES Y DE NIÑOS,

      - acompañado de ocho tablas sinópticas y veinte y cuatro laminas litografadas. Por Julio Hatin, Doctor en Medicina de la facultad de Paris, agregado de la misma facultad, professor particular de partos, enfermidades de mugeres y de niños y de medicina legal, [etc]. Traducido del francés al castellano. Por el Licenciado Don José Lopez Villarino, Médico-Cirujano de egército, Ayudante de professor del Hospital militar de la Coruña, [etc]. Tomo I [+ Tomo II]. Por Ibarra, Impresor de Cámara de S. M. [e Imprenta de los Hijos de Doña Catalina Piñuela]. Madrid. 1835 e 1836. Obra em 2 volumes. In 4º (de 21x15 cm) com xii, 264, [viii] e vi-[ii]-256 pags. Encadernações da época inteiras de pele com rótulos na lombada. Ilustrado com 8 quadros sinópticos, e com 24 estampas no primeiro tomo, litografadas por Costa, na Litografia do Barrio Nuevo, sendo uma lâmina colorida à mão com as ligações umbilicais da placenta. Exemplar com leves manchas de humidades nas últimas páginas; e acidulação natural do papel nas litografias. Segunda edição desta obra (primeira edição em 1829) e novamente reeditada em 1840. Palau 1953, Tomo VI, 523 (ent. 112494): «Hattin (Julio) Manual de Partos. Traducción de Martinez. M. 1829. 8º». Location/localizacao: 3-A5-D-18

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        Praktische Anweisung zur Feldmeßkunst mit der Kette, dem Meßtische und Winkelspiegel zur Selbstbelehrung für alle, welche mit den ersten Lehren der Arithmetik und Geometrie nicht ganz unbekannt sind.

      Leipzig, J. C. Hinrichs, 1835. - 8vo. VI, (2), 80 pp. With 9 folding lithogr. plates. Contemp. brown calf with gilt-stamped label to richly gilt spine; elaborately gilt covers with heraldic supra-libros (Bavarian arms). Leading edges gilt; edges gilt. Uncommonly attractive school prize binding. Front flyleaf with ms. dedication for Ludwig von Bar, "Schüler des II. Kursus der Landwirthschafts- und Gewerbsschule Freysing" (dated 7. IX. 1839), stamped and signed by the director Dr. Kinderen. - Text slightly browned (plates somewhat more strongly, with slight dampstain). Not in Engelmann (Bibl. mech.-tech.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Primavera.

      Incisione in rame all'acquaforte stampata su carta velina e applicata su carta, b/n, cm 15 x 21 (alla lastra), 17 x 23 (il foglio). In lastra, al centro, il titolo Primavera"; in basso a sinistra "T. Signorini inc.", a destra "C. Lovera imp.". L'Autore (Firenze, 1835 ? 1901). Alcune tracce di foxing, un lieve e uniforme ingiallimento ai margini (senza presenza nell'inciso), bel soggetto in bella prova e in buono stato di conservazione.

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        Veduta generale della Piazza del Duomo di Pisa.

      Prima metà del XIX secolo (1835 - 1840). Incisione in rame all?acquaforte, coloritura coeva, cm 22,2 x 33,2. Si tratta della veduta della Piazza dei Miracoli tratta dalla celebre raccolta di Ranieri Grassi "Rappresentazione degli edifizi più cospicui di Pisa in XII tavole." edita da R. Prosperi nel 1834 e nel 1839. La versione è quella più rara con i cammelli sulla destra e l?uomo col sacco sulla sinistra, di cui, a sua volta, due sono le varianti, e la nostra è quella col campanile staccato dal battistero (nell?altra esso è praticamente attaccato). Margine superiore e sinistro gouachati in bianco, l?inferiore e il sinistro in nero. (Bibliografia: "Pisa ed il suo territorio", p. 181, p. 265). Bella la coloritura e buono lo stato di conservazione. .

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        Komplett rekke fra 1. Aargang 1835/36 til 87. Bind i 1891. Samt: Tillægs-Blad 1855 - 1857 i ett bd. Kompl. rekke i 61 bd.

      Christiania 1835 - 1891. 4to. Individuelt pag. Illustr. i s/h. Fraktur. Samt. skb. i varierende tilstand fra ufrisk til slitt. Stort sett pen materie

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        Sir Thomas Browne's Works, including his Life and Correspondence

      London: William Pickering, and Josiah Fletcher, Norwich, , 1835-6. 4 volumes octavo (216 × 138 mm) Handsome late nineteenth-century olive green crushed morocco by Roger de Coverley - stamp verso of front free endpapers - title gilt direct to spines, bands with single gilt rule, compartments simply panelled with single rules top and bottom and double rules at the sides, stylised acorn lozenge centre-tool, boards with triple fillet panel the outer gilt the inner two, thick and thin, in blind, gilt fleuron corner-pieces, single fillet edge roll, top edges gilt, the others uncut, double fillet roll to the turn-ins, marbled endpapers Engraved portrait frontispiece to volume I, folding facsimile document in volume II, Browne's monument as frontispiece to volume III, and a plan of the "green yard" of Norwich Cathedral to volume IV, 4 illustrations to the text. Half-titles bound in. Spines perhaps a touch tanned, very light shelf-wear, occasional spotting and some marginal browning but overall, armorial bookplate, motto "ego vehemens sum", name obliterated to the front pastedowns, a very good set in an attractively restrained binding. First edition. The "twelve years' labour of love … of a Norwich bookseller of gentle blood and good education" (Saintsbury, A History of Elizabethan Literature, p. 338), Wilkin's Browne was described by Southey as "the best edited book in the English language". Wilkin's meticulous collation of manuscripts and early editions, and exhaustive research into Browne's vast correspondence in the British Museum and Bodleian, led Geoffrey Keynes, who was editing the new edition of the works (published 1964) to consider him "the ideal editor for Browne". Far from common, and this - in the words of an earlier bookseller's description, loosely inserted - a "choice set".

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        Zweite Entdeckungsreise nach den Gegenden des Nordpols. 1829-1833. Aus dem Englischen von Julius Graf von der Gröben.

      gedruckt und verlegt bei G. Reimer., Berlin, 1835 - 3 Bände. Berlin, gedruckt und verlegt bei G. Reimer. 1835-1836. 22x13 cm. Mit gestochenem Porträt als Frontispiz, 2 n.n. Bl., LVIS., 436 S., 1 S. und 1 Tabelle. Mit Frontispiz, 5 Karten und 12 (6 kolorierten) Lithografien; VIII (von X: fehlt der Reihentitel), 572 S., 1 S. Druckfehler, 3 gefaltete Tabellen. Mit 1 Karte und 13 (2 kolorierten) Lithografien; Vortitel, X S., 1 Bl., 382 S., 1 S. Druckfehler und 4 gefaltete Tabellen. Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Ganzgoldschnitt. (signiert A. Mossner, Buchbinder, Berlin). Sabin 73386. - Engelmann 253. -Erste Ausgabe. - Mit handschriftlichem längerem Schenkungsvermerk von John Ross an die Mutter des Übersetzers auf dem Titel des ersten Bandes: "The Victory discovery ship sailed from England on the 23th of May 1829. The crew and Sir John Ross returned on hte 20th of octobre 1833 after having placed the illustrions of (?) and crown Prince of Prussian at the true position of the magnetic Pole. - This account of the voyage translated by her Son ist presented to the Countess Groeben, is presented as a mark of esteem and legard by John Ross. Capitain of the Royal Navy, 1. June 1835 at Berlin". - John Ross zweite, vom Brauereibesitzer John Booth privat finanzierte Reise, führte zur Entdeckung des Magnetpols. Erstmals in der Geschichte der Polarforschung kam dabei ein Dampfschiff zum Einsatz. Das Expeditionsteam verbrachte 4 Polarwinter auf der Reise. Von der englischen Originalausgabe wurden im gleichen Jahr 2 deutsche Ausgaben angeboten. Neben der vorliegenden erschien eine weitere Ausgabe bei J.J. Weber in Leipzig, übersetzt von G.W. Becker und J. Sporschil. Neben der Erzählung der Entdeckungsfahrt enthält der 3. Band ein umfangreiches Wörterbuch der Inuit-Sprache. Die Tafeln zeigen zum Teil Alltagsszenen der Eskimos. - Der dritte Band erschien mit dem Haupttitel "Wissenschaftliche Entdeckungen und Ergebnisse". Die im 3. Band im Tafelverzeichnis angekündigten Illustrationen scheinen, nach Vergleich, nie erschienen zu sein. Hingegen wurde noch ein Appendix mit Meteorologischen Daten, der leider fehlt, nachgeliefert. - Rücken verblasst. - Sonst sehr schönes, annähernd fleckenloses Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Ganzgoldschnitt. (signiert A. Mossner, Buchbinder, Berlin). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations.

      London: Charles Knight and Co., 1835-40. - LATER EDITIONS. 4 volumes. 16 x 11 cm (width of set along shelf 11.5 cm). 329; 478; 496; 425 pages. Bound in contemporary half vellum with marbled boards.Gilt titles on red and green leather labels to spines. All edges speckled red with plain endpapers. Some rubbing to edges and to marbled sides, vellum a little darkened in places (typical for this binding material). Occasional light spotting, but pages generally clean with no writing or other marks. Also contains Dugald Stewart's The Life and Writings of Adam Smith. A very good set in a contemporary vellum binding.

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

      London: J. & C. Walker, Dec 18th, 1835 [1836]. . Map dimensions 136 x 98.5 cm, overall dimensions 14 x 100 cm. Large folding geological map with a cross-section of southern England from Land's End to the German Ocean across the lower margin and a further cross-section of the region between St. George's Channel and the North Sea to the upper left, all vividly coloured according to the strata. Scale: 10 miles to 1 1/8th inch. The map divided into 36 sections and mounted on linen, textured paper to the folded end sections, folds into the original book style pebbled green cloth box with a gilt lettered red spine label. Save for some light wear to the case, an excellent example. First published in 1835 and frequently reissued using fresh evidence gathered from the latest fieldwork. This is the second state, though bearing the same printed date as the first, likely an updated version from the following year. Knipe's name has been excised from the title and the Walkers' address is given as No. 3 Burleigh Street, Strand.

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        Das Sofa. Mit 3 Kupfern

      Paris, Peter Hammer (d. i. Leipzig, Wigand?), ca. 1835.. Mit 3 erotischen Lithographien. X, 294 S. Sehr dekorativer grüner Kalbslederband (um 1920) mit goldgepr. Rückentitel, Rückenvergold. goldgepr. reicher Deckenverg., Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie Ganzgoldschnitt. Nicht im KVK. - Hayn-Got. I, 701: "Sehr seltene cplte. Uebersetzung"; Fromm II, 6228; Walther 320 (mit ungenauer Titelaufnahme) weist auf die kollationsgleiche Ausgabe Leipzig, Wigand 1833 (dort allerdings "Der Sofa") hin. Die Leipziger Ausgabe ist im Gegensatz zu vorliegender unillustriert; womöglich hat der Verleger für diese Ausgabe ein falsches Impressum gewählt. Die 3 hier vorhandenen Tafeln zeigen in aller Deutlichkeit das Liebesspiel der Paare auf der titelgebenden Hauptfigur. Zuvor ein orientalischen Hofjunker wird dieser zur Strafe für eine Missetat in ein Sofa verwandelt, erlebt nun hautnah verschiedene intime Treffen von Liebespaaren und kann erst Erlösung finden, wenn bei einem Liebesakt Unschuld gegen Unschuld verloren geht. Allerdings währt das recht lange. - Bei dem "Sofa" handelt es sich um einen der wichtigsten erotischen Romane des 18. Jahrhunderts, da er zugleich ein Spiegelbild der Gesellschaft und ein Sittenbild seiner Zeit darstellt. "Kein Roman ist so wie C.s `Sopha` in seiner zersetzenden Lüsternheit und weiten Verbreitung so charakteristisch für die geistige Verfassung Frankreichs im 18. Jahrhundert geworden" (Bilder-Lexikon II, 264). - Die Tafeln jeweils mit sehr kleinem, schwer lesbarem Text im Stein "Paris p. degage". - Text stockfleckig.

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        Letters and Petition Concerning a Convict Sent to Australia for a Petty Crime

      1835. A collection of letters and documents relating to the conviction and sentencing of John Russell to New South Wales (Australia) for a petty crime. Russell, the son of a bricklayer from Lambeth, fell into bad company and was sentenced to life for the theft of "a fruit pie and 2 dishes," which he thought was part of a practical joke involving some new acquaintances. Included are two Autographed Letters Signed from Russell to his family while held aboard the convict hulk Leviathan awaiting transport, a handwritten petition to the British Secretary of the State for the Home Department pleading for leniency, and an Enquiry for a Convict letter notifying the family of Russell's conviction and transportation on the convict ship Recovery. The documents are worn with soiling and tears at the folds but all are still clearly legible and complete, good. A sad archive, yet interesting source material that provides insight into the harsh treatment of criminals by the early 19th Century British legal system as reflected in works such as Charles Dicken's Great Expectations, in which detention on and escape from convict hulks played a major part. Further details available upon request. .

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        PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY. Being an enquiry how far the former changes of the Earth's surface are referable to causes now in operation. In four Volumes

      John Murray. London. 1835. FOURTH EDITION. Four volumes in publishers boards. 12mo. (7.7 x 4.5 inches). Illustrated with 16 plates, views and maps, 12 of them fold-out and including four that are hand coloured. The directions to the binder leaf is at the front of volume one but as the books are still in publishers boards the plates are all bound together into the relevant volumes before the text. Several small wood engravings throughout the text. A complete set with half titles in volumes 2, 3 and 4, as called for. Volume 1. - xviii, directions to binder, 406pp. Volume 2. - iv, 465pp, [1], 4pp publishers ads. Volume 3. - iv, 455pp, [1], volume 4. - iv, 456pp. Original publishers grey paper covered boards with printed paper labels. Two of the hinges are cracked but still holding. Some loss to the paper of the spines on 3 of the volumes but the four labels are generally intact and readable. A couple of areas have the paper lifting which could be easily repaired but currently the set is entirely unsophisticated, and rare thus. Small stain to the bottom of the frontis in volume one and occasional light spotting to a few leaves but overall clean and tidy throughout. Small booksellers ticket to the front pastedown of volume one.Ink name of previous owner, the travel writer and architect Charles Kelsall, dated 1836 and with his comment ("Industry and acuteness go hand in hand, throughout this instructive work") on the front pastedown endpaper and with the Ink stamp from the Kelsall library at Morden College, a charitable institution in London set up circa 1700 to house elderly single folk, on each title page and last text leaf of each volume. While this might set alarm bells ringing, it is worth noting that since Charles Kelsall bequeathed his library to Morden College in 1857 they have sold many of his books at auction to raise money, a fact they proudly state in their own literature. Overall a nice copy of this classic geological work in the original publishers binding and with some gatherings still unopened. An uncommon survivor.

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

      A W Webster. Hardcover. B009KSTD7O Very good overall condition, large fold-out map has been repaired but is complete, Mild shelf-wear, Age tanning to paper; for additional info or pics please e-mail us! Thanks London: A. W. Webster, 1835, 1835. lg. in-4to, 4 leaves (title, dedication, advertisement, errata) + XXXIII (+ 1 = list of plates) + 740 p. + 31 plates & maps (1 large folding map + 4 simple or folded charts and 26 steel engravings, of which 3 colored mezzo tints), small legacy stamp ?Guggisberg? on first fly, bound with original midnight blue moire cloth on spine, gilt-lettered within a decorative frame, covers orig. boards. A very good copy. First Edition. Occasional browning and foxing, mainly to the margins of the plates. As a result of his unfortunate discovery of the non-existent Croker Mountains during his first Arctic expedition in 1818, Sir John Ross had to wait until 1829 to gain private support for a second voyage in search of the Northwest Passage. With his nephew James Clark Ross as second-in-command, Ross and his party embarked in the small paddle-steamer Victory on May 23, 1829. The survivors were rescued at Prince Regent's Inlet on August 26, 1833. Despite the loss of their ship in the ice, the explorers had achieved a great deal, including the discovery of the North Magnetic Pole by James Clark Ross, the discovery and mapping of several new regions, and the demonstration of the dietary importance of fresh meat and oil on such expeditions, despite incredible hardships, only three men died on the voyage. An important Arctic journey cont. a lot about the Eskimos, their habits, clothing, language and numerous observations on natural history, geology and meteorology. . Very Good. 1835. First Edition.

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        The Crayon Miscellany No. 1 Containing A Tour On The Prairies; The Crayon Miscellany No. 2 Containing Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey and The Crayon Miscellany No. 3 Containing Legends of the Conquest of Spain (3 volumes)

      All First Editions All three volumes are in the publisher's original dark green cloth covered boards with the original, paper labels on the spines of No. 1 and No. 2. and with a meticulously accurate reproduction of the paper label on the spine of No. 3. All three are 12mos measuring 7" by 4 1/4" and are all in very good or better condition. No. 1 is a first edition, first state with the sheets bulking to 9/16" without the ads with the synopsis on page 247 showing: "binger of dawn" and the paper spine label is identified as "Label A" and, the catalog (ads at the rear) is identified as "Catalog A" per BAL 10140. It is in very good condition and contains 274 pages followed by a blank leaf and then by 24 pages of ads by the publisher. There is some scuffing to the boards and there is an early prior owner's name written in both ink and pencil on the first free end page. (The penciled signature is followed by a date of "1835". ) The corners of the boards are turned inward and there are spots of foxing throughout. Only 5, 000 copies of the first printing were produced making this title fairly uncommon. This was Irving's first book written entirely in the US following his seventeen year stay in Europe. He was worried that Tour of the Prairies was too simple and not strong enough to stand on its own as a book. In January of 1835 he hit upon the idea of publishing it as the first volume in a multi-volume series he would call The Crayon Miscellany. (Brian Jay Jones: Washington Irving An American Original) In this volume he added an opening announcement (billed as an "Advertisement") with the following statement: "The 'Crayon Miscellany' will appear in the numbers, from time to time, as circumstances may permit' and will contain scenes and sketches of life in America and Europe; together with such other themes, both real and imaginary, as may present themselves to the mind of the Author." No. 2 is a first edition in very good+ condition in the publisher's original green cloth covered boards with the original paper label on the spine with a minor, narrow abrasion approximately 1/2" long. A 12mo measuring 7" tall by 4 1/4" deep with an early (1898) prior owner's name written in ink on the second free end page. 230 pages of text followed by a blank leaf and 36 pages of ads from the publisher and one final blank leaf and the free end sheet. No. 2, was published six weeks after No. 1, on May 30, 1835. Reportedly, only 5, 000 copies were printed. The contents are "Irving's fond tribute to the homes of Walter Scott and Lord Byron." (Brian Jay Jones: Washington Irving An American Original.) It was well received by an adoring American public even winning fond praise from Edgar Allan Poe. No. 3 is also a first edition in very good condition with a prior owner's book plate on the front paste down and tape marks on the first free end page and with moderate foxing throughout the preliminaries, ads and end sheets as well as light soiling to the rear board. It contains 27

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        Les Chroniques de Sire Jean Froissart qui traitent des merveilleuses emprises, nobles aventures et faits d'armes avenues en son temps en France, Angleterre, Bretaigne, Bourgogne, Escosse, Espaigne, Portingal et ès autres parties. Nouvellement revues et augmentées d'après les manuscrits, avec notes, éclaircissements, tables et glossaire par J. A. C. Buchon. ?

      A. Desrez. 1835 - ?Paris, A. Desrez, 1835. 3 vol. grands in-8 de [8]-LX-740pp., [6]774pp., et [6]-695-8pp. (plus un tableau dépliant qui sont un avis de l'éditeur concernant le Panthéon Littéraire, projet éditorial visant à produire une collection universelle des chefs-d'oeuvre de l'esprit humain, dont les chroniques de Froissart), pour ce qui est du travail de l'éditeur du texte Buchon, nous trouvons au début du premier volume un important glossaire sur trois colonnes d'une trentaine de pages des mots français du quatorzième siècle devenus hors d'usage au dix-neuvième, tirés uniquement des chroniques de Froissart, une table des noms d'hommes français et étrangers mentionnés dans les chroniques, avec leur rectification et enfin une table des noms de villes de provinces, de rivières, etc, reliure en demi veau brun chocolat de l'époque, dos à 5 petits nerfs ornés de roulettes, de frises de filets et de petites roulettes de triangles dorés et de fleurons estampés, pièces de titre et de tomaison de basane noire surlignées et soulignées de filets dorés, titre et tomaison dorés, bordure supérieure du plat inférieur du volume 1 frottée avec une épidermure, mors légèrement frottés, un accroc avec petit manque de cuir aux queues des mors inférieurs et sur la coiffe supérieure du volume 3, pages de garde marbrées en marron, rouge et vert, intérieur frais et pur, texte sur deux colonnes, tranches marbrées en marron et en vert, bon et bel exemplaire. Jean Froissart ou Jehan Froissart (vers 1337, Valenciennes-après 1404) est l'un des plus importants chroniqueurs de l'époque médiévale. Pendant des siècles, les chroniques de Froissart ont été reconnues comme l'expression majeure de la renaissance chevaleresque dans l'Angleterre et la France du XIVème siècle. Il s'agit également d'une des sources les plus importantes sur la première moitié de la guerre de Cent Ans. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY. Being an enquiry how far the former changes of the Earth's surface are referable to causes now in operation. In four Volumes.

      John Murray. London. 1835 - FOURTH EDITION. Four volumes in publishers boards. 12mo. (7.7 x 4.5 inches). Illustrated with 16 plates, views and maps, 12 of them fold-out and including four that are hand coloured. The directions to the binder leaf is at the front of volume one but as the books are still in publishers boards the plates are all bound together into the relevant volumes before the text. Several small wood engravings throughout the text. A complete set with half titles in volumes 2, 3 and 4, as called for. Volume 1. - xviii, directions to binder, 406pp. Volume 2. - iv, 465pp, [1], 4pp publishers ads. Volume 3. - iv, 455pp, [1], volume 4. - iv, 456pp. Original publishers grey paper covered boards with printed paper labels. Two of the hinges are cracked but still holding. Some loss to the paper of the spines on 3 of the volumes but the four labels are generally intact and readable. A couple of areas have the paper lifting which could be easily repaired but currently the set is entirely unsophisticated, and rare thus. Small stain to the bottom of the frontis in volume one and occasional light spotting to a few leaves but overall clean and tidy throughout. Small booksellers ticket to the front pastedown of volume one. Ink name of previous owner, the travel writer and architect Charles Kelsall, dated 1836 and with his comment ("Industry and acuteness go hand in hand, throughout this instructive work") on the front pastedown endpaper and with the Ink stamp from the Kelsall library at Morden College, a charitable institution in London set up circa 1700 to house elderly single folk, on each title page and last text leaf of each volume. While this might set alarm bells ringing, it is worth noting that since Charles Kelsall bequeathed his library to Morden College in 1857 they have sold many of his books at auction to raise money, a fact they proudly state in their own literature. Overall a nice copy of this classic geological work in the original publishers binding and with some gatherings still unopened. An uncommon survivor. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NARRATIVE OF A SECOND VOYAGE IN SEARCH OF A NORTH-WEST PASSAGE, And of a Residence in the Arctic Regions During the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. [Together with]. APPENDIX to the Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions During the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833

      A.W. Webster 1835. . New Ed. 2 vols. 4to. [vi] + xxxiii + 740pp. + xii + cxliv + xii + 120pp. + cii + [i] Errata. 3 cold. mezzotint plates, 6 charts including 1 folding (silked and repaired to verso), 32 lithographic plates including 18 hand cold., 10 steel engraved plates. With 36pp. Subscribers List to rear. Some light browning, stylishly rebound in calf backed cloth boards, blind ruling and gilt lettered title labels to spines. Abbey Travel 636; Arctic 14866; Baker, pp.491-2; Chavanne 1450; Sabin 73381.& After the embarrassment of Ross’ first voyage in which he claimed to see the mountains in Lancaster Sound, it took him a decade to source private backing (he had lost the confidence of the British Admiralty) for a second trip. Ross travelled through Lancaster Sound into Prince Regent inlet and onto Boothia Peninsula, while on the way finding remnants of Parry’s ship ‘Fury’ which had been wecked on North Somerset Island. For three consecutive winters Ross and his men were stuck in ice, but used the time wisely to learn mapping, hunting, sewing, transportation and language from the local inuit. Ross also organized lectures, lessons, and scientific inquiries, one of which discovered the North Magnetic Pole. In 1832 Ross finally abandoned the ship, and managed to live on supplies found at Parry’s wreck. A whaler rescued Ross and his crew in 1833, and remarkably, it was the same vessel which Ross had commanded on his first voyage. Additional postage may be necessary. US$2400

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        REPORT OF MR. GIBBS, CIVIL ENGINEER, UPON THE SEVERAL PROPOSED LINES FOR THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY

      London: Smith, Elder, & Co. [1835] Proposes a railroad between London and Brighton. Ninty-one pages with tables and illustration, plus two large foldout maps. Contemporary hardcover rebinding of three quarter red leather with red cloth over covered boards. All edges in gilt. Original paper title label fixed to rear page. Circular bookplate of Sir David Lionel Salomons, Bart on the front paste-down endpaper. Worn at corners. A very good copy. A very nice example of an early railway proposal.. Inscribed. Second edition. Hardcover.

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        The Infidel; or The Fall of Mexico. A Romance. By the Author of "Calavar"-

      Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1835 - First Edition. 2 vols., 12mo. [iv], [13]-254, blank leaf; [iv], [13]- 228pp. 34pp. publisher's catalogue inserted in rear of volume I; 4pp. catalogue at front of volume II, and 36pp. catalogue at rear. Original purple cloth, slightly faded. Fine copy, in quarter blue morocco slipcase with chemise. Wright I 320; BAL 1154 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Altra Veduta degli Avanzi del Pronao del Tempio della Concordia.

      Paris: Vedute di Roma (Views of Rome). 1835-37 - Excellent condition. Copper plate engraving on watermarked laid paper. Image size: 465 x 705 mm Picturesque scene of the Temple of the Concord in the Roman Forum, with the Arch of Septimius Severus and the Church of St Luca and Martina in the background. Piranesi included scenes of daily life of Romans of all classes on the foreground. As architect, archaeologist, artist, designer, collector, and antiquities dealer, he produced a series of etchings and engravings depicting the glories of ancient Rome. "Seeing that the remains of the ancient buildings of Rome, scattered for the most part in gardens and fields, are being day by day reduced by the injuries of time or by the greed of their owners who, with barbarian licence, secretly demolish them to sell the rubble for modern houses, I decided to preserve them in these plates." Piranesi. Preface to Antichita Romane (Roman Antiquities).

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        Leçons d'Anatomie Comparée, Recueillies et Publiées Par M. Duméril et G. L. Duvernoy

      Crochard et Cie, Libraires, Paris 1835 - Seconde édition revue et augmentée. Huit tomes en neuf volumes petits in-octavo T.1: XXXIV, un fac-similé de lettre, 588 pp. - T.2: VIII, 726 pp. - T.3: (4), IV, 760 pp. - T4.: XXVIII, 632 pp. - T.4: (2° partie), (4), 692 pp.- T.5: VIII, 504 pp., 1 tabl. - T.6: VIII, 560 pp. - VIII, 656 pp., 1tabl. - T.7: XII, 848 pages. Bons intérieurs propres et sans rousseur, petites mouillures claires, marginales et petites déchirures avec manques dans les marges en début des tomes 1 et 2 et en fin de t.1. Reliures de l'époque en plein veau aubergine, plats à encadrement de filets dorés, dos lisses ornés de filets à froid et dorés, titre et tomaison dorés. Deuxième Prix de 2° année de l'Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alford en lettres dorées sur le premier plat du tome 1er. Reliures restaurées, charnières de 4 volumes fendues et recollées, petits accrocs aux coiffes, restaurations à la coiffe supérieure du tome 1 et à la coiffe inférieure du tome 7 avec petites différences dans les filets et la frise dorée, petites épidermures et décolorations sur les plats avec par endroits perte de la dorure des filets, usure aux coins et sur les coupes; dos passés. Ensemble correcte malgré tout, reliures encore solides, pas de cahier déboîté. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Un Voyage sur le Lac Majeur et description de ses abords. Opuscule offert à Messieurs les Voyageurs sur le bateau à vapeur. Avec d'amples détails sur l'établissement, l'administration et la marche de ce même Bateau. 2e édition corrigée et augmentée traduite par Jules Étiard, et reimprimé aux frais de Mr. Pierre Miani Mécanicien du Bateau à Vapeur.

      Veladini,, Lugan, 1835 - Cm. 23, pp. (4), 127 (1). Con 4 tavv. f. t. di cui due ripiegate (carta del lago, all'antiporta, e veduta litografica del Grande Albergo del Battello a Vapore in Magadino) e due semplici raffiguranti il San Carlone di Arona e il battello Verbano. Leg. in cart. recente con brossura originale ornata preservata all'interno. Qualche macchietta sparsa, ma complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Prima edizione in lingua francese (la prima italiana è del 1828), corretta e aumentata dall'autore. Celebre guida del lago con descrizione non solo delle località ma anche della situazione economica e sociale dell'area. In fine, riporta l'orario delle partenze del battello e il costo per viaggiatori e per le merci. Viene anche data una dettagliata descrizione del battello che fu varato nel 1826 e una descrizione del percorso del battello medesimo durante i giorni di nebbia. Il Medoni, nativo di Arona, vi svolgeva la professione di notaio. Motta, Bibliografia Ticinese, p. 58, n. 21. Cat. Hoepli, 250: "Raro libretto molto importante per la navigazione a vapore sul lago". [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Schiller's Sammtliche Werke mit StahlstichenSchiller's Complete Work

      sp; - Stuttgart - Cotta12vol.; 8 by 5; I: (viii)518pp., II: 564pp., III: 451pp., IV: 419pp., V: 528pp., VI: 450pp., VII: 396pp., VIII:532pp., IX: 580pp., X: 550pp., 594pp., XII: 510pp., 1835 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lovely set of the Weimar Claccisist's works. Friedrich Schiller (1759-1805) was the sole son of a military doctor. His father was deployed forhis earlychildhood, but obtained a recruiting post in Schwabisch at the conclusion of the Seven Years' War in 1763. The family settled in the neighbouring town of Lorch, where the young Friedrich recieved instruction in the classics pursuant to his parents ambition that he should become a pastor. In 1766, having not been paid for three years, Schiller's father took another posting under the Duke of Wurttemberg. Here, the boy came to the attention of the Duke and was enrolled in the military academy which bears his name (the Karrlschule Stuttgart). At theacademy Schiller was exposed to the works of Goethe and Rousseau, and enjoyed the opportunity to discuss his favoured classical works with like-minded students. He passed out as a medical doctor and obtained a regimental post, going absent without leave to attend the first proper performance of his seminal play, the Robbers. The Robbers was a smash hit-with Schiller gaining overnight notoriety and eventually being made an honourary French citizen in light of its radical sympathies. Nevertheless, he wasarrested and charged with going AWOL, and Lord Wurttemberg forbade him from publishing any further materials. Two years later, he escaped Stuttgart and eventually settled in Weimar, where he continued to publish historical works. Here we have his complete works, including the Robbers, Don Carlos, Mary Stuart, and the Wallstein Trilogy. Bound in half-calf with lovely cloth boards, these volumes are sure to impress with their broad, clear margins and broadstroke text. Condition: Bound in oldhalf morocco. A trible rubbed. Lovely bottle-green cloth boards and maroon leather. Gilt lettering and embellishment to spines. Marbled edging. Worn at corners and bottomsof boardsand along joints. Internally, very firmly bound. Lightly foxed tofirst and last few pagesof each volume as usual, otherwise only a few scattered spots. Overall: GOOD..

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        The History of Nantucket; Being a Compendious Account of the First Settlement of the Island By the English, Together with the Rise and Progress of Whale Fishery; and Other Historical Facts Relative to Said Island and Its Inhabitants

      Boston: Hilliard, Gray & Co.. 1835. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Fair. First edition, 1835. Front cover detached. Otherwise quite sound copy with an interesting provenance. Includes both the frontis map of Nantucket and whale engraving in very good condition with only barely perceptible foxing. Brown textured cloth with gilt spine lettering, 300 pages with no advertisements. Covers have some light spotting, some chipping to spine ends with spine lettering dulled but about intact, with the edge of the H barely touched by a chip. Text block is sound, pages clean with some occasional light foxing (very light for this title), name [Emma F. Benson (a relative of the author)] and November 1835 date on front pastedown, folded sheet of genealogical information related to the Bernard family mounted on the front free endpaper, and an envelope mounted inside the rear cover containing a couple of clippings and genealogical information about Aletha Macy, noted carver of whale ivory related to the author, and a typed letter about a visit to Aletha Macy the day before her death in 1971.

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        INDIAN NULLIFICATION Of The UNCONSTITUTIONAL LAWS Of MASSACHUSETTS, Relative to the MARSHPEE TRIBE: or The Pretended Riot Explained

      Boston:: Press of Jonathan Howe,. 1835.. 12mo, in 6s. 7-1/8" x 4-1/2". 1st edition (American Imprints 30095; Field 41; Sabin 1736). 168 pp.. Original publisher's muslin cloth binding with printed paper title label to spine.. Binding cloth stained & faded. Slight lean to volume. Foxing to. paper. Period prior owner signature. An About VG copy.. After many years in the Army, Apes (who, after 1835, changed the spelling to Apess) took to the cloth, becoming, in 1829, a Methodist preacher. He worked among the Native American Indians in the northeast, 4 years later becoming a vocal advocate for the righting of wrongs done to the Marshpee Indians on Cape Cod by the Government of Massachusetts. Eventually he succeeded, with the legislature adopting "measures removing most of the Indian grievances." . Frontispiece.

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