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        The Monikins: A Tale

      Richard Bentley, London 1835 - Published as "By the Author of "The Spy," "The Pilot," &c. First edition. Three volumes. A novel about a lost race of intelligent, sentient monkeys by the famous American author. Quarter brown leather, elaborate gilt decorations on spine, all edges marbled, and endpapers. A handsome triple-decker. Not issued in dust jacket. Book Condition: Very Good: Light rubbing to lettering pieces on spine, corners rubbed, cloth boards show soiling, a little foxing otherwise a very good set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Monikins. A Tale.

      Bentley London First Edition. Three Volumes 1835 - Small octavo; xii,300; [2],300; [2],318. Fine contemporary bindings of half calf, marbled sides, the spine with raised bands, two dark lettering pieces, gilt ornaments in compartments, all joints and boards tight. Slight rubbing boards, few light spots to prelims. With the engraved bookplates of W.E.Powell MP of Nanteos House, Wales. A VG copy indeed, beautifully bound. This is a fantasy science-fiction novel by Fenimore Cooper, and this the first London edition precedes the US 1st of the same year. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Neil Summersgill Ltd ABA,PBFA,ILAB.]
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      Félix Bonnaire / Victor Magen: Paris, 1835. 21.5 cm. Old quarter calf and marbled boards, elaborately gilt-tooled spine with titling piece, marbled endpapers and page edges. (4), 420 pp, half-title present. Vicaire VI, 203. Boards with modest rubbing, joints professionally repaired, mild flaking to the gilt spine lettering, leaves with scattered foxing, most noticeably on the half-title and title leaves, in all a VG copy. Front pastedown with the engraved armorial bookplate of Ross Ambler Curran, early twentieth-century California society figure and bibliophile. An early novel by Sand, quite scarce in first edition. Written in Venice, it is the story of a tragic and unwise marriage between a young flower seller and a feckless nobleman. A proto-feminist work that paints a grim picture of the effects of marriage on a woman of intelligence and of marriage between people of different social classes. Binding: Hardcover .

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        Malerische Reise in Brasilien

      First edition, with the text in German -simultaneously published to the French edition-, a brilliant copy of this masterpiece of Brazilian 19th century scenery and costumes. Rugendas´ plate-book occupies a distinguished position in Brazil´s already rich iconography; it is accurate, comprehensive, and strikingly beautiful. The 100-hundred plates show the aboriginal costumes, city views, architecture, landscapes, and urban scenery; in the latter we can appreciate a fascinating visual record of Brazil´s important slave history, with 20 plates illustrating the subject. The country´s celebrated landscapes are also well represented, with some 30 plates recording cities like and Bahia Rio de Janeiro. All the plates are after German artist Maurits Rugendas (1802 - 1858), famous for his landscapes and ethnographic subject of the Americas (mostly Brazil, Chile, and Argentina); Rugendas was influenced by earlier artistic works produced after explorations of the American, namely those of Johann Baptist von Spix and Carl von Martius. In the early 1820´s Rugendas travelled to Brazil, soon hired by Baron von Langsdorff in the capacity of illustrator for the scientific expedition to Minas Gerais and Sao Paulo, which allowed him a first glance of the country´s scenery, his employment however would soon come to an end, when he is replaced by Adrien Taunay; still, the author remained in the country on his own until 1825, travelling through Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, Pernambuco, Mato Grosso, and other regions, recording his impression mostly in drawings and watercolors. His skill as draughtsman left us with a wonderful book in two respects, first, because of it´s beauty, which the reader can enjoy and be transported into a day and time which no longer exists, second, the importance as an iconographic record of Brazil´s life in the first quarter of the 19th century, defined as of "genuine documentary value, which are of utmost importance for the study of Brazilian life at the beginning of the 19th century" (Borba de Moraes, at the same time criticizing somewhat the text); Pedro Correa de Lago compares it to Debret "Inferior apenas em termos de fama ao de Debret, o album de Rugendas, de concepcao diversa, e mais rico em vistas e menos atriado pela reconstituicao de cenas urbanas. Mas ambos sao extremamente valiosos na observacao precisa da realidade brasileira" (Pedro Correa do Lago, Brasiliana Itau, pp. 192.). Sabin 73934. Borba de Moraes, 754. Bosch 377.

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        [Panoramic view of Sao Salvador].

      A strikingly beautiful aquatint view of Sao Salvador, published by Steinmann, after the designs of Kretschmar; it´s dimension and topographical and architectonical precision make this an invaluable testimony of how the city looked in the early 19th century: "Steinmann publicou tamben duas vistas de igual tamanho de Pernambuco, e uma da Bahia, todas rarissimas e muito estimadas pelos colecionadores, pelo impacto de suas cores intensas e pela precisao de detalhes topograficos e arquitetonicos" (Brasiliana Itau, p.81). The view is taken from the sea, allowing the viewer a comprehensive sight of the city, it´s buildings, structures, churches, and landscape; a few small skiffs and boats are portrayed, including one carrying well-dressed passengers. The key below the view, identifying the main buildings, is in manuscript, most likely a 19th century hand. The buildings identified are: Eglise de la Conception, Le Palais, Maison de L´Opera, Convent des Benedictines, Eglise St. Pierre, Convent Jerusalem, Consul de Hamburg, Eglise des Affites, Consult Anglais, Consul Francois, Jardin public, Fort Gamboa (Forte de Sao Paulo da Gamboa), S. Victoire. Besides the importance for the iconographic history of Bahia, this view is also important for the knowledge of Brazil´s colonial architecture, as Bahia was one of the earliest cities to be founded.

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        ALS To Sir John (William) Lubbock, the Head of Lubbock & Co A Letter of Introduction for Dr Valentine Mott, famous American Doctor

      New York, 1835. 1 page. 4to. Some splits, esle VG. 1 page. 4to. Dr. Mott spent 6 years in Europe and wrote Travels in Europe and the East (1842).

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      E. C. Biddle, Philadelphia 1835 - Hand-coloured lithograph by Lehman & Duval after C. B. King. In excellent condition. A fine image from McKenney and Hall's 'Indian Tribes of North America': `One of the most important [works] ever published on the American Indians' (Field),` a landmark in American culture' (Horan) and an invaluable contemporary record of a vanished way of life. Pashepahaw was a Sauk chieftain, known as the Stabber. He was a colleague and ally of Keokuk, and, therefore, opposed to Black Hawk. When Pashepahaw visited Washington in 1824, McKenney asked about him and learned that he had been insulted by an Indian agent (one of McKenney's men) and had promised to kill the man. A medicine man named Taimah learned of this and, though quite ill, traveled a considerable distance to warn the agent, who was ready when Pashepahaw arrived, and thus a frontier war was prevented. Pashepahaw was forced to back down, but kept his hair long thereafter. He lived long enough to be painted as an old man by George Catlin, who called him "a very venerable old man." McKenney and Hall's 'Indian Tribes of North America' has long been renowned for its faithful portraits of Native Americans. The portraits are largely based on paintings by the artist Charles Bird King, who was employed by the War Department to paint the Indian delegates visiting Washington D.C., forming the basis of the War Department's Indian Gallery. Most of King's original paintings were subsequently destroyed in a fire at the Smithsonian, and their appearance in McKenney and Hall's magnificent work is thus our only record of the likenesses of many of the most prominent Indian leaders of the nineteenth century. Numbered among King's sitters were Sequoyah, Red Jacket, Major Ridge, Keokuk and Wapello. After six years as Superintendent of Indian Trade, Thomas McKenney had become concerned for the survival of the Western tribes. He had observed unscrupulous individuals taking advantage of the Native Americans for profit, and his vocal warnings about their future prompted his appointment by President Monroe to the Office of Indian Affairs. As first director, McKenney was to improve the administration of Indian programs in various government offices. His first trip was during the summer of 1826 to the Lake Superior area for a treaty with the Chippewa, opening mineral rights on their land. In 1827, he journeyed west again for a treaty with the Chippewa, Menominee , and Winebago in the present state of Michigan. His journeys provided an unparalleled opportunity to become acquainted with Native American tribes. When President Jackson dismissed him from his government post in 1830, McKenney was able to turn more of his attention to his publishing project. Within a few years, he was joined by James Hall, a lawyer who had written extensively about the west. McKenney and Hall saw their work as a way of preserving an accurate visual record of a rapidly disappearing culture. (Gilreath). Cf. Howes M129; cf. Bennett 79; cf. Field 992; cf. Lipperheide Mc 4; cf. Reese American Color Plate Books 24; cf. Sabin 43410a; Horan 194. [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 1829-33. Including the reports of Commander James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole.

      London. A.W. Webster. 1835.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. folio. 30.5x 23cm, the First Edition, xxxiii,[1],740p., with 6 maps (1 folding coloured in outline), and 25 engraved plates (including 6 coloured lithographs, 3 mezzotints, & 16 steel engraved), in full light mahogany calf, wide gilt decorated raised bands, full gilt decorations and borders in the panels, crushed black morocco label, gilt ruled and wide blind decorated borders on the boards, gilt roll decoration on the board edges, marbled endpapers and edges, usual foxing and or transfer on some plates, (none on the colour plates), very good to fine condition, the nicest contemporary binding on this book I can remember. (cgc) T.P.L. 1808. A.B. 14866 & 14863. Lande 1426. Sabin 73381. Owing to the mistaken contention of the first voyage, Ross was not offered another command and this expedition was privately financed. It resulted in the discovery of King William Sound and the extensive survey of Boothia Peninsula, and the discovery of the magnetic pole by James Clark Ross. The dietary importance of fresh meat and oil in the particular climate was first ascertained on this voyage so that all but three men survived four winters and the loss of the Victory. .

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        Gesetz- und Verordnungsblatt für das Königreich Sachsen.

      Hofbuchdruckerei von C.C. Meinhold & Söhne, Dresden 1835 - 1835-1910. Jahrgänge 1835 bis 1910 komplett in 73 Bänden. Verschiedene Einbände. Jahrgänge 1836-1858 Pappband der Zeit, 1835, 1859-1868 u. 1873-1898 Halbledereinband mit Rückenschild, 1869-1872 Pappbände der Zeit (stärker bestoßen, im Jg. 1869 fehlt der Rückendeckel), 1899-1910 Halbleinwand der Zeit. Einige Bände stärker berieben, ansonsten nur geringe Mängel. Papier gering stockfleckig. Nicht eingehend kollationiert, jedoch augenscheinlich komplett und insgesamt wohlerhalten. In dieser Vollständigkeit selten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Reise in Chile, Peru und auf dem Amazonenstrome wahrend der Jahre 1827-1832

      First edition, magnificently illustrated. "A highly esteemed work" (Sabin). "After visiting Chile and Peru Poeppig journeyed down the Amazon river to Para. Part of his scientific collection was lost but he managed to save an enormous quantity. The account of his expedition and the botanical surveys he published are comparable to the work of Humboldt" (Borba de Moraes). The atlas contains 16 remarkably accomplished lithographed plates, showing landscapes, customs, manners, and city views; the plates were made by Sedlmayr, Nepomuk and Bergmann after Poeppig´s own drawings. Amongst the plates, the ones from Talcahuano, Antuco volcano & the Perhuenches in a "malon", are of particular beauty and quality. Palau, 229613. Borba de Moraes, II, 681.

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        Le Due Sicilie. Ercolano.

      Napoli: Stamperia e Cariera del Fibreno, 1835. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to. 28.5 by 22 cm. 68, [2] pp. 30 plates, mostly hand-colored or tinted. The scarce work concentrates on the then recent discoveries at Pompeii, which had first been unearthed during the prior century. Only a single copy of this work found on OCLC First Search, at the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale Vittorio Emanuele II in Rome. Paper pastedown of cover foxed. Contents generally clean, and plates are bright.

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        Drawings of Fungi Specimens found in Switzerland and Germany

      Switzerland, Germany, circa 1835. Manuscript mycology field notes in the form of pencil drawings with scientific annotations, classification references, and occasionally with the month in which a living specimen was either collected or observed in its habitat, made by an unidentified mycologist / botanist, and illustrating various species of fungi - edible, medicinal, and toxic. Comprising some 240 drawings on individual trimmed leafs, each mounted thematically with others of its type, with brass pins to the inside of folio double leafs. Text is in German, with some plant names also in Latin. The lot housed in the author's original string-tied portfolio boards, heavy green cardstock with manuscript inscription to front. This is a most uncommon manuscript work, profusely illustrated with pencil drawings, encyclopaedic in its scope, devoted strictly to the study and classification of mushrooms, and dating to formative era medicinal mycology. Numerous specimens shown were, and still are, popular and beneficial in homeopathic treatments. The present work is contemporary to notable pioneer mycologists such as Elias Magnus Fries, Christian Hendrik Persoon, Anton de Bary, and Lewis David von Schweinitz, though its author is unknown. The notes suggest that the writer observed living fungi specimens, between the months of May and October 1830, in Switzerland, Germany, and possibly London, drawing them on the spot, and subsequently identifying and classifying them according to the works of eighteenth century botanists. Specific regions identified include Münsterlingen and Scherzingen in Switzerland, as well as St. Katharine, which may be the ancient "Royal Peculiar" jurisdiction by the Tower of London which became a civil parish until 1895. In the nineteenth century, St. Katharine's by the Tower grew to be a village, flanking the banks of the River Thames. Aiding to date the work, one of the drawings is dated 2 June 1835. The drawing of honey fungus is annotated "Agaricus melleus" as it was then classified in the Agaricus genus, and later changed to the Armillaria genus in 1871. In addition, a single leaf found at the front of the volume is watermarked with a cameo and the name of Leopold Grosherzog von Baden, who in 1830 became the Grand Duke of Baden, the papermaker's name partially seen, André B.C. von Ac... Finally, the large folded leafs to which the drawings are mounted, are forged Whatman paper, watermarked "J.B. Whatman" with the crossed mid-section to the 'W' and the letter 'B' being clear revelations of forgery. [In the early nineteenth century, Whatman watermarks were commonly forged in France, Germany and Austria, as unscrupulous papermakers sought to gain from the name and reputation of Whatman.] The manuscript notes make frequent reference to "Schaeff." referring to Jacob Christian Schaeffer (1718-1790) who was an authoritative eighteenth century mycologist in Germany. [Jacob Christian Schaeffer was a German botanist, mycologist, zoologist, theologist, and clergyman, born in Saxony, residing at Regensberg for several years, and who wrote several botanical works between 1758 and 1767. From 1762 to 1764, he wrote four richly illustrated volumes on mycology, "Natürlich ausgemahlten Abbildungen baierischer und pfälzischer Schwämme, welche um Regensburg wachsen". In botany, "Schaeff." refers to Jacob Christian Schaeffer (1718-1790) whereas "Herr.-Schaeff." refers to Dr Gottlieb August Wilhelm Herrich-Schäffer (1799-1874).] Some examples found in the present lot of manuscript drawings and field notes: Agaricus violaceus. Schaeff. [Cortinarius violaceus] commonly known as the violet webcap or violet cort, a fungus in the webcap genus Cortinarius native across the Northern Hemisphere. The fruit bodies are dark purple mushrooms. Though they are edible, the appearance of these mushrooms is more distinctive than their taste. The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753, and has undergone several name changes. Christiaan Hendrik Persoon placed it in the Section Cortinaria of Agaricus in his 1801 work "Synopsis Methodica Fungorum". Cortinarius was established as a 'genus' by English botanist Samuel Frederick Gray in the first volume of his 1821 work "A Natural Arrangement of British Plants", where the species was recorded as Cortinaria violacea, 'the violet curtain-stool.' Agaricus melleus. Schaeff. [Armillaria mellea] commonly known as honey fungus, which causes Armillaria root rot in many plant species and produces mushrooms around the base of trees it has infected. They are edible but some people may be intolerant to them. The species was originally named Agaricus melleus by Danish-Norwegian botanist Martin Vahl in 1790; it was transferred to the genus Armillaria in 1871 by Paul Kummer. Agaricus galerituculatus. Schaeff. [Mycena galericulata ] a mushroom species known as the common bonnet, the toque mycena, or the rosy-gill fairy helmet. It is quite variable in color, size, and shape, which makes it somewhat difficult to reliably identify in the field. The mushrooms have caps with distinct radial grooves, particularly at the margin. Mycena galericulata is saprobic, and grows on decaying hardwood and softwood sticks, chips, logs, and stumps. It can also grow from submerged wood, which may give it a terrestrial appearance. The type species of the genus Mycena was first described scientifically as Agaricus galericulatus by Italian mycologist Giovanni Antonio Scopoli in 1772. It was sanctioned under this name by Elias Magnus Fries in his 1821 Systema Mycologicum, however, that same year, Samuel Frederick Gray transferred the species to the genus Mycena. Agarica maculatus. Schaeff. also known as the spotted agaricus, and at the time of this work, considered to be rare according to Mrs. Hussey. A leading mycologist of her day, Mrs. Anna Maria Hussey (1805-1853), wife of scientist and rector Thomas John Hussey described it as having only two types. Her collections eventually led to the publication of her two-volume work published between 1847 and 1855 and titled, "Illustrations of British mycology: Containing figures and descriptions of the funguses of interest and novelty indigenous to Britain." Edward Hamilton's 1852 title "The Flora Homeopathica... Medicinal Plants..." lists it for natural remedies. The 1884 issue of American Homeopathic Dispensatory also lists it as a medicinal plant. Agaricus is primarily a remedy for use by medical homeopaths because of its sphere of influence on the nervous system. Throughout the volume we also find references to "Bull." - the botanical abbreviation for Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) a French physician and botanist. Bulliard's Dictionnaire Elémentaire de Botanique (1783) contributed to the expansion and consolidation of botanical terminology and the Linné system. It was especially important in the area of the mycology, containing descriptions of 393 out of 602 table mushrooms. Significant species described by Bulliard include the cep (Boletus edulis), the common inkcap (Coprinopsis atramentaria) and the poisonous livid pinkgill (Entoloma sinuatum). Two sections of the present work are devoted to the genus Boletus and together include thirty-four (34) diagrams with descriptions. Some of these were observed at Münsterlingen in the canton of Thurgau, Switzerland. At least one was observed nearby at Scherzingen. The writer also notes Bulliard in relation to his drawing of an Agaricus pseudoaurantiacus, a wild and edible mushroom first mentioned by Bulliard in his "Herbier de la France" published in 1783. At least one reference is made to Röhl., being the citation for a botanical name associated with Johann Christoph Röhling (1757-1813), a German botanist and clergyman of Gundernhausen, near Darmstadt, and the author of an important treatise on German flora titled "Deutschlands Flora" first published in 1796. He also published a work on mosses of Germany titled "Deutschlands Moose" (1800). He was the taxonomic authority of the plant genus Melandrium (family Caryophyllaceae). The plant genus Roehlingia (family Dilleniaceae) was named after him by August Wilhelm Dennstedt. Historically, mycology was a branch of botany, because, although fungi are evolutionarily more closely related to animals than to plants, this was not recognized until a few decades ago. Mushrooms have been widely used in homeopathic remedies for centuries, especially in traditional Chinese medicine. Although medical mycology is a fairly recent sub-discipline of medicine, having gained ground since the Second World War, medico-mycological investigations began as early as 1842, at Greifswald in Germany, when Wilhelm Baum (1799-1883) was appointed to the chair of surgery of the university. In 1846, Carl Ferdinand Eichstedt (1816-1892) discovered a fungus to be the cause of the contagious nature of the skin condition pityriasis versicolor. Before all of this, German physician Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), created the system of alternative medicine called homeopathy, publishing his scientific approach in a medical journal in 1796.

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        Album d'un pessimiste] Oeuvres posthumes

      Librairie de Dumont 1835 - - Librairie de Dumont, Paris 1835, In-8 (13x20cm), 310pp. et 409pp., 2 volumes reliés. - Edition originale, très rare. On distingue 3 états : le premier, le nôtre, se distingue par la page de titre intitulée Oeuvres posthumes, comme pour le faux-titre. Le second état substitue une nouvelle page de titre intitulé Album d'un pessimiste, le faux-titre indiquant toujours Oeuvres posthumes (c'est l'état connu et décrit par Clouzot). Le troisième état connaît une nouvelle page de titre à la date de 1836, à nouveau intitulé Album d'un pessimiste, avec le faux-titre oeuvres posthumes (c'est l'état le plus courant) ; par contre la mention d'une notice de L'Héritier a disparu pour laisser la place à la mention d'une notice biographique (extraite de la Biographie universelle de Michaud). La notice de L'Heritier a été ôtée dès le premier état, en effet, de crainte de froisser certains contemporains cités, l'éditeur a préféré ne pas l'insérer. Les oeuvres de Rabbe sont précédés du poème de Victor Hugo : A Alphonse Rabbe, qu'on retrouvera dans Les chants du Crépuscule, parus en 1836. Ces Oeuvres posthumes furent réunis et édités par le neveu de l'écrivain Charles Rabbe, qui bénéficia pour ce faire d'une subvention du ministère de l'instruction publique. Reliures en demi chagrin noir d'époque. Dos à faux nerfs orné de filets gras à froid. Titre et tomaison dorés. Nom du possesseur en queue : Gauger. Petites traces de frottements en coiffes. 2 coins un peu émoussés. Rousseurs très pâles éparses. Bon exemplaire. Ecrivain noir et sombre, marqué par l'échec et l'inanité des choses, mort en 1829 des excès de l'opium (on ne sait si sa mort fut un suicide ou un dosage malencontreux d'opium), Rabbe enchantera Baudelaire, rencontrera la sollicitude touchante de Victor Hugo, et André Breton ne l'oubliera pas dans son anthologie. Toutes les pages de Rabbe sont pleines d'un romantisme maladif et fiévreux, hantées par le pessimisme et le désespoir dont la principale oeuvre qui fera sa renommée : Philosophie du désespoir, est emblématique de sa profonde mélancolie et de son culte pour la mort. Les essais, commentaire et maximes, poèmes en prose jalonnent ces Oeuvres posthumes, modèle du romantisme noir. On retiendra avec le plus grand intérêt la rareté exceptionnelle de ce tout premier état de l'oeuvre majeure de Alphonse Rabbe inconnu à Clouzot et à la plupart des bibliographes. La Bibliothèque Nationale de France ne possède que le second état, et les catalogues français ne possèdent que des exemplaires à la date de 1836. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition, very rare. Bindings in black half chagrin. 310pp. et 409pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Das Brookthor in Hamburg während der Belagerungszeit 1813-1814, und die Elbbrücke zur ersten Fähre. Altkolorierte Lithographie.

      ( Ohne Erscheinungsjahr - um 1835 erschienen ) Bildmaß der Darstellung ca. 21 x 33,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß ca. 44 x 56 cm ). Das Brookthor um 1813. Für schnellen Truppennachzug hatten die französischen Truppen eine Brücke durch das sumpfige Wilhelmsburg und über den ebenfalls sumpfigen Grasbrook gebaut. Norder- und Süderelbe werden zu diesem Zeitpunkt mit Fähren überquert. Das Blatt am Unterrand mit Bildlegende, oben rechts mit schlecht leserlicher Nummerierung. Das Blatt etwas stockfleckig, im weißen Außenrand stärker stockfleckig, der Rahmen etwas bestoßen. ( Literatur: Neue Rump, Hamburger Künstlerlexikon Seite 460 )

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        Börsen-Handbuch oder gründliche Darstellung des gesammten Börsen-Verkehrs und der Staatspapier-Geschäfte. Enthaltend die praktische Anleitung zu deren Berechnung nach dem Cours in Amsterdam, Augsburg, Berlin, Frankfurt a.M., Hamburg, Leipzig, London, Paris und Wien. Mit historischer Einleitung über Staatsanleihen und deren Tilgung.

      8vo. Mit zahlr. Tabellen. XII, 244 S. Rotes Hldr. d. Zt. m. goldgeprägt. Deckelbordüren u. dezenter Rückenvergoldung. Von großer Seltenheit. Nicht im Jb. d. APr. 1950ff., nur in wenigen deutschen Bibliotheken vorhanden. - Erste Ausgabe der frühen praxisnahen Abhandlung zum Börsengeschehen. Friedleben war Lehrer der mathematischen, merkantilischen und physikalischen Wissenschaften an der Mittelschule zu Frankfurt a.M. Ein zeitgenöss. Rezensent bescheinigt "eine genaue Kenntniss des behandelten Gegenstandes und die Fähigkeit, den Stoff so zu ordnen und zu behandeln, daß sich ein wohlgeordnetes Ganzes dadurch herausstellt", lobt weiterhin den erstmals anzutreffenden "rein praktisch-merkantilischen" Ansatz und bemerkt "wie reich die Schrift an Material und wie wichtig sie für den Kaufmann (den Banquier insbesondere) ist..." (Erg.-Bl. zur Jenaischen Allg. Lit.-Zeitung, No. 46, 1835). - Einband berieben, Rücken oben angeplatzt u. geleimt, m. kl. Fehlstelle. Exlibris auf Innendeckel, m. kl. Abklatsch gegenüber. Innen sauber u. wohlerhalten. Wenige Bl. in falscher Reihenfolge eingebunden, vollständig.

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        Goethes Briefwechsel mit einem Kinde. Seinem Denkmal.

      Berlin, Dümmler 1835. 3 Bde. kl.8. XII, 356 324 243 S. Mit 3 gestochenen Frontispizen von C. Funke und einer doppelblattgroßen Aquatinta-Radierung im Text. Neue Halblederbände im Stil der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Titel auf roten Rückenschildern (Minimal berieben, teilweise papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, partiell minimal fleckig).

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        Missionary Records. Tahiti and Society Islands.

      Religious Tract Society, London - viii, 334 pages, frontispiece map. Ex-library copy in a simple green library binding. No date but this edition was published in 1835. Rare early book on the Society islands. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Due Sicilie Ercolano

      Napoli: Stamperia e Cariera del Fibreno, 1835. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to. 28.5 by 22 cm. 68, [2] pp. 30 plates, mostly hand-colored or tinted. The scarce work concentrates on the then recent discoveries at Pompeii, which had first been unearthed during the prior century. Only a single copy of this work found on OCLC First Search, at the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale Vittorio Emanuele II in Rome. Paper pastedown of cover foxed. Contents generally clean, and plates are bright.

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        44 volumes of Harper's Family Library with 9 volumes of the Classical Family Library. 53 volume set

      New York: J. & J. Harper, 1835. Hardcover. Acceptable. Small octavo. 53 volumes. Illustrated with frontis portraits/maps and plates. Original boards, 2 volumes in black cloth, 3 volumes rebound in modern boards. Moderate wear and soiling. Chipping and fraying to spines, some loss. Majority of volumes shaken. Some volumes lacking frontises. Foxing. <br> Volume in this set are: 1: History of the Jews Volume I; 3: History of the Jews Volume III; 4: History of Buonaparte Volume I; 5: History of Buonaparte Volume II; 6: Life of Nelson; 7: Life of Alexander the Great; 8: Natural History of Insects; 9: Life of Lord Byron; 13: The History of the Jews Volume II; 14: Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions; 16: Discovery and Adventure in Africa; 17: Lives of the Painters and Sculptures Volume I; 18: Lives of the Painters and Sculptures Volume II; 19: Lives of the Painters and Sculptures Volume III; 21: Mary Queen of Scots Volume I; 22: Mary Queen of Scots Volume II; 27: Palestine or the Holy Land; 28: Memoirs of the Empress Josephine; 29: The Court and Camp of Bonaparte; 31: The Eventful History of the Mutiny of the Bounty; 32: TurnerÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€šÂ¬ÃÆ'¢â€žÂ¢s Sacred History of the World; 33: Celebrated Female Sovereigns Volume I; 34: Celebrated Female Sovereigns Volume II; 35: LanderÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€šÂ¬ÃÆ'¢â€žÂ¢s Discovery of the Termination of the Niger Volume I; 36: LanderÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€šÂ¬ÃÆ'¢â€žÂ¢s Discovery of the Termination of the Niger Volume II; 37: Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers and the Investigation of Truth; 43: Sketches from Venetian History Volume I; 44: Sketches from Venetian History Volume II; 46: ThatcherÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€šÂ¬ÃÆ'¢â€žÂ¢s Indian Biography Volume II; 48: History of British India Volume II; 53: Progress of Discovery on the more Northern Coasts of America; 54: Travels and Researches of Von Humboldt; 57: Popular Guide to the Observation of Nature; 58: The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings; 59: On the Improvement of Society by the Diffusion of Knowledge; 60: The History of Charlemagne; 61: History of Nubia and Abyssinia; 64: Lectures on General Literature, Poetry, etc; 66: Lives of Eminent Painters Volume IV; 67: Lives of Eminent Painters Volume V; 72: TurnerÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€šÂ¬ÃÆ'¢â€žÂ¢s Sacred History of the World; 112: HalleckÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€šÂ¬ÃÆ'¢â€žÂ¢s British Poets Volume 1; 155: History of the Expedition of Lewis and Clarke Volume II. Classical Library: 2: Xenophon Volume II; 3: Demosthenes Volume I; 4: Demosthenes Volume II; 14: Sophocles; 17: Horace Volume I; 18: Horace Volume II; 29-31 Herodotus in 3 volumes. <br><Br>J & J. Harper were pioneers in the area of series publishing. Harper's Family Library, advertised as the "cheapest series of popular works ever published," grew over fifteen years to include 187 non-fiction titles. "The program encompassed the principal branches of "useful knowledge:" history, voyages and travel, biography, natural history, physical sciences, agriculture, and the history of philosophy and religion. It was suggested that the intellectual value of any one book was enhanced by its being part of an approved system or circle of knowledge." (Freeman, Harper and BrotherÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€šÂ¬ÃÆ'¢â€žÂ¢s Family and School District Libraries, 1830-1846, 2013) This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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        „Bemerkungen auf der Seereise vom [sic] London nach Genua mit der englischen Brieg Magt. Richardson Capt Sno. Reed“. Dt. Handschrift auf Papier.

      London, Genua, Livorno u.a., 1835-1836. Kl.-8°. 53 nn. Bll. (2 weiße Bll. vor- u. 32 nachgebunden), HLdr. d. Zt. m. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt, Deckellasche u. Stiftschlaufen. Der 105-seitige Reisebericht beginnt: „Wir verließen am 11. Juny 1835 morgens 1 Uhr London Dock Bason mit der Magt. Richardson [...]“. Die Reise führt dann über die Straße von Gibraltar und Korsika nach Genua (Ankunft am 1. August), welcher Stadt - ebenso wie im Folgenden auch Livorno - ein eigenes Kapitel gewidmet ist. Wiederum ein eigenes Kapitel ist der am 15. Januar 1836 begonnenen Rückreise gewidmet, welche am 5. März 1836 wieder in London endet. - Der Bericht schildert nicht nur detailliert die Reiseerlebnisse, sondern enthält auch immer wieder kurze geschichtliche Diskurse (z.B. über Napoleon etc.). Interessantes biedermeierliches Reisedokument. - Einband berieben u. etw. bestoßen. Tlw. leicht gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - Versand D: 12,00 EUR Bemerkungen auf der Seereise vom [sic] London nach Genua mit der englischen Brieg Magt. Richardson Capt Sno. Reed“. Dt. Handschrift auf Papier, Seereise, Marine, Schiffsreise, Schifffahrt, England, Großbritannien, Italien, Livorno, Reisebericht, Reisebeschreibung, Manuskript, Manuskripte, Handschrift, Handschriften, Brief, Letter, Lettre, Briefe, Autograph, Autographe, Autographen, Autograf, Autografe, Autografen, Signatur, Signiert, Signed, Signature, Unterschrift, Eigenhändig, Handschrift, Handschriften, Manuscript, Manuscrit, ALS, A.L.S., LAS, L.A.S.

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        [PLATYPUS] Lettre de M.H.D. de Blainville à M. le rédacteur de l'Echo du Monde savant,

      au sujet de l'ornithorhynque.Paris : Imprimerie de Decourchant, [1835]. Offprint from the scientific reviewL'Echo du monde savant,t.1, nos 46, 47 (1835). Octavo, later papered boards preserving the original manuscript title label, pp 16; a very good copy. A scarce work on the taxonomy of the platypus by the French anatomist and zoologist Henri-Marie Ducrotay de Blainville. 'An early offprint on the classification of the platypus in the form of a letter. Conceived as a response to Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire. The author outlines his position taking into account all the work of the main figures with professional and searching notes on the works of Maule, Saint-Hilaire, Owen and others.' (National Library of Australia) The NLA copy is the only one recorded in Australian collections. Dictionary of Scientific Biography, 2:187

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      R. B. Shelley and W. Burnside, London 1835 - 195 x 120 mm. (7 3/4 x 4 3/4"). With half titles. Two volumes. FIRST EDITION. Modern marbled boards backed with green buckram, smooth spines with gilt titling. Front pastedown with ink stamp of Roetzel Jochens; title page with ink signature of Harry Filettie. Howes L-127; Sabin 39222; Clark Old South III, 62; Streeter sale 1797; Wagner-Camp 57. One signature loose in volume I (nothing missing), Volume II with a small repair to one leaf, affecting a couple of words in the table of contents, isolated small marginal stains or smudges, otherwise an excellent copy, clean and fresh in unworn bindings. This series of engaging letters recounts the adventures of English traveller Charles Latrobe (1801-75) and his Swiss pupil Count Albert de Pourtalès as they travel from Paris to the New World, and explore the young United States. After visiting New York and New England, Latrobe headed to the untamed West, joining Washington Irving on his tour of the prairie states and producing what Wagner-Camp deems "A much fuller and more entertaining account of this trip . . . than Irving's." Sabin notes that "a large part of the work is occupied with observations of Indian life. It contains many satirical yet good-humored pictures of public life and social usages." Following their western journey, Latrobe and Pourtalès headed to the South, touring plantations and sea islands before making their way to New Orleans to accompany Irving on his expedition to Mexico. Latrobe's travelogue provides an interesting glimpse of the America and Americans of the early 19th century from the viewpoint of a sophisticated European who observed the eye of a world traveller rather than that of an immigrant. Latrobe's rambles eventually led him to Australia, where he had a distinguished career as a colonial administrator. This series of engaging letters recounts the adventures of English traveller Charles Latrobe (1801-75) and his Swiss pupil Count Albert de Pourtalès as they travel from Paris to the New World, and explore the young United States. After visiting New York and New England, Latrobe headed to the untamed West, joining Washington Irving on his tour of the prairie states and producing what Wagner-Camp deems "A much fuller and more entertaining account of this trip . . . than Irving's." Sabin notes that "a large part of the work is occupied with observations of Indian life. It contains many satirical yet good-humored pictures of public life and social usages." Following their western journey, Latrobe and Pourtalès headed to the South, touring plantations and sea islands before making their way to New Orleans to accompany Irving on his expedition to Mexico. Latrobe's travelogue provides an interesting glimpse of the America and Americans of the early 19th century from the viewpoint of a sophisticated European who observed the eye of a world traveller rather than that of an immigrant. Latrobe's rambles eventually led him to Australia, where he had a distinguished career as a colonial administrator. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Fragmente zur Naturgeschichte des Bernsteins.

      Danzig, Selbstverlag und Kommission von Nicolai in Berlin, 1835. - 8vo (20.5 : 11.5 cm). VIII, 107 S. Einzige Ausgabe. Aycke, Jurist und Naturforscher (1766-1854), zeitweilig Hörer Lichtenbergs in Göttingen, hatte 1821 die lukrative Bernsteinpacht am Strand von Danzig übernommen. Aycke beschreibt Vorkommen und Gewinnung von See- und gegrabenem Bernstein, die typischen Begleitsubstanzen und Einschlüsse, Arten und Formen, ferner Sortierung, Verarbeitung und Handel. Mikroskopische Untersuchungen führen ihn erstmals zur Theorie krankhafter Harzquellung der Bernsteinwälder, später von Goeppert und Conwentz aufgegriffen. - Umschlag mit kleinen Randdefekten. Trockenstempel auf dem Titel, durchgehend stockfleckig. Bedruckter Original-Umschlag, Rücken sauber mit altem Papier erneuert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Copenhagen C.A.Reitzel -1837 1835 - First edition in book form, bound from the three parts,as issued with introduction by the author. 78x120mm. Contemporary half speckled calf over marbled boards. A very good copy which is worn to the outer corners and edges of the boards, but entirely unrepaired and retaining bright gilt to the spine. Internally, marking or browning to some pages, but overall a handsome and well preserved copy. Housed in a later red, half morocco, clamshell box. The first edition of Andersen's first collection of fairy tales, which includes the first appearance of some of his most famous stories, namely 'The Princess and the Pea', 'Thumbelina', 'The Little Mermaid', 'The Tinder Box' and 'The Emperor's New Clothes'. Prior to writing fairy tales, Andersen had written a couple of volumes of poetry and a novel all of which had met with quiet approval from the critics. His 1830 volume of poems contained a story called, 'The Ghost, a Fairy Tale from Funen'. With the story he wrote, "As a child it was my greatest joy to listen to fairy tales. it is my intention, provided it meets with approval, to retell several, and some day publish a cycle of Danish folk tales." It would seem that the idea engendered no immediate enthusiasm from publishers, but some five years later, on New Year's Day 1835, Andersen wrote to his friend, Henriette Hanck, saying, "I am now starting several "Children's Tales," and you must know that I shall try to conquer future generations.". So it was in May of that year that a small pamphlet, containing the first four tales, appeared in print. Two further pamphlets followed in December 1835 and April 1837 and these three were bound into a single volume with a new title page, table of contents and introduction, in which Andersen remarks with almost comic prescience, "With this third pamphlet the Fairy Tales are now gathered in one little volume. It will depend on the impression it makes on the public if this is to be the only one. A poet is always a poor man in his own little country. Fame is therefore the golden bird he has to catch! Time will tell of I catch it by telling Fairy Tales." The pamphlets received quietly encouraging reviews, but were regarded by critics as mere bagatelles written between more serious endeavours. However, with the publication in book form and the subsequent translation into German, news of these new fairy stories spread. By 1842 Andersen had completed three more pamphlets and his first set was being reprinted. In 1846 the book was translated into English (in four separate translations) and by 1847 Andersen made a very successful tour of England, during which he was feted by society and famously met Charles Dickens with whom he kept an acquaintance over the following ten years. Andersen had achieved the fame he craved and went on to write 162 fairy tales in total, although it is still for the ones in this initial volume that he best known. "Since the first appearance of Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales in London and New York in 1846, over seven hundred different editions, included dozens of varied translations, illustrated by more than a hundred different artists, have been published in the United States and England alone." - Jean Hersholt (Catalog of the Jean Hersholt Collection of Hans Christian Andersen). "The Tales of Hans Andersen are unique. Unlike Perrault's or Grimm's his stories were original inventions. he brought his own childlike imagination and a creative faculty and originality strangely lacking in his other writings. Over and above their intrinsic merit Andersen's stories signalised a new and fundamentally different approach to the writing of books for children. Mawkishness, didacticism, and moral proselytising were totally abjured and he was the harbinger of a new era in this genre" - PMM The first issue is also of exceptional scarcity, ".in the process of rebinding, a pamphlet of the second printing was in many cases substituted for one of the first printing, and so it was that a complete copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [LA PEROUSE] For the Benefit of Mrs. Waylett... the Serio Pantomime, entitled La Perouse

      Pavilion Theatre. Mr. Denvil, Sole Lessee. [London], Fenchurch Street : Maurice & Co., Printers, [c 1835]. Playbill, single sheet (340 x 210 mm), advertising a performance at the Pavilion Theatre [Stepney]. Toned and with some staining and old tape marks, but intact and legible. The Pavilion Theatre in Whitechapel Road, Stepney, east London, opened in November 1828, which gives a terminus post quem for the dating of this playbill. There are reviews of Henry Denvil's productions at the Pavilion dating from 1835 to 1842. The performance was a benefit for the actress Harriet Waylett (1798-1851). This playbill - of which we can find no other recorded copy - represents a very late example for a performance of this stage work originally written by John Fawcett. Productions of the 'pantomime' are recorded from 1801 onwards. An earlier play about La Perouse by the German playwright Kotzebue had been published in 1798, in which La Perouse is depicted as the only survivor of his shipwreck, living with an empathetic native woman on a deserted island until Madame La Perouse and his son discover him. The native woman and Madame La Perouse end up co-habiting on the island, with La Perouse becoming something of a brother to them. Although this story clearly inspired Fawcett, his version of the tragedy had a different conclusion which was designed to suit English public taste: the native woman turns out to be evil, and with the help of newly-arrived natives she plots the destruction of La Perouse, his wife and son - until foiled by a clever chimpanzee and crew of the Astrolabe, who massacre the natives and return to France with the La Perouse family.

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        INSTITUTIONES PHILOSOPHICAE ad usum studiosae juventutis

      ex typis Tho. Cary & Socii, Quebeci 1835 - 8vo, 395pp., contemporary half calf rubbed, worn and chipped, but sound; spine with hairline cracks. First edition of this text book of moral philosophy, logic, and ethics. TPL 5048. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Prospetto della Riviera di Garda

      Verona 1835 - Acquatinta, mm 350x410 (lastra), incisa su proprio soggetto da Macanzoni, noto pittore veronese (1803-1873) figlio d'arte, che fu autore di importanti dipinti di genere vedutistico; da questi fu tratta l'importante serie di 12 stampe, dalla quale Ë tratta la presente. Questa serie di vedute si puÚ considerare pari per importanza e rarit? alla pi? celebre serie di Wetzel, precedente ma senza dubbio meno rara.Macanzoni fu avviato dal padre Lodovico, anche lui pittore, al vedutismo. La sua attivit? fu piuttosto limitata in quanto egli si dedicÚ particolarmente al restauro di antichi dipinti, cfr. "Il Garda nelle stampe". Splendido esemplare rifilato alla battuta della lastra

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        The Hobart Town Gazette (complete run of issues for the year 1835)

      Hobart : James Ross and George Howe, Government Printers, 1835. A complete run of 52 issues for 1835: vol. XX, no. 970, January 1, 1835 - vol. XIX, no. 1021, December 25, 1835. Quarto, all issues stitch bound, various paginations; a number of issues with supplements (Government acts); some issues with subscriber's name [H.B. Fortesse] Police Officer, Hamilton; no. 1021 lacking first 2 leaves; expected amount of mild foxing and toning throughout, but overall a very good and complete run of issues for 1835; housed in a pair of matching cloth covered clamshell boxes, spines with leather title labels lettered in gilt. The Hobart Town Gazette, and Southern Reporter (later simply known as the Hobart Town Gazette) commenced publication in June, 1816, and was issued weekly, appearing every Saturday. James Ross arrived in Hobart from Scotland as a free settler in December 1822, and was granted 1000 acres of land on the River Shannon. After founding a school near Hobart and acting as tutor to Governor Arthur's children, Ross was appointed joint Government Printer with George Howe and from June 1825 he and Howe published the Gazette together, until Ross took over sole printing duties in February 1827. This complete run of issues of the Gazettefor the year 1835 contains a vast amount of information on the development of Hobart and its society of the period.

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        A set of books from the library of Admiral Isaac Manley, the last surviving crew member on Captain Cook's Endeavour voyage

      Paris and the Parisians, in 1835. London : Richard Bentley, 1836. Two volumes, octavo, publisher's cloth (spines defective), pp. xv; 418; vii; 412; Manley's armorial bookplate to front pastedown of volume 1 (bearing the family motto Manus hæc inimica tyrannis - This hand is hostile to tyrants), each volume signed on the title page 'Admiral Manley'. Born in London in 1755, Isaac George Manley joined James Cook aboard the Endeavour on 17 June 1768, aged thirteen. Manley served as servant to Robert Molineaux, Master of the Ship, and was promoted to midshipman by Captain Cook on 5 February, 1771, during the return voyage from New Holland. Manley rejoined Cook as a midshipman aboard the Resolution on his second circumnavigation, but he was discharged on 8 April 1772 before it sailed, and served instead on another ship. It is unclear what the circumstances were for his departure. Manley went on to serve a distinguished career in the Royal Navy and was promoted to Admiral in 1830 and Admiral of the Red in 1837, the highest naval rank. He died on 14 October 1837, aged 82, the last surviving crew member of the historic Endeavour voyage. Given the publication date of this set, Manley must have inscribed his name while aged in his eighties and holding the highest office. Manley's experiences as a youth aboard the Endeavour voyage from 1768 - 1771 was the subject of a historical novel by Anthony Hill titled Captain Cook's Apprentice, published in 2008; as well as a fictional work for young adults, The Goat Who Sailed The World, by Jackie French in 2006. A rare relic from a distinguished naval officer and crew member aboard Captain Cook's legendary voyage of the Endeavour.

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        Horti medici Amstelaedamensis plantarum usualium catalogus.Amsterdam, [1724]. 12mo. With engraved frontispiece by Jan Goeree showing the gates to the Hortus Medicus and a woodcut Amsterdam coat of arms on the title-page. 18th-century boards covered with red paste-paper.

      Pritzel 1835; STCN (7 copies); D.O. Wijnands, Botany of the Commelins, 1983, p. 13. Third enlarged edition of a catalogue of medicinal plants at the Hortus Medicus in Amsterdam, containing 441 numbered descriptions. It is the last of three editions produced by Commelin (1667/68-1731), whose uncle Jan Commelin had been the garden's botanist to his death in 1692. Caspar was appointed to the same post in 1695 and professor of botany in 1706. The title-page is undated, but the preliminaries contain both Commelin's 1698 note to the reader from the first edition and his new note to the reader dated 15 March 1724 for the present edition. The garden's new entry gate was built in 1715 and Goeree engraved the present frontispiece showing it for the second edition of Commelin's catalogue, published in that year. This work should not be confused with Commelin's Hortus medici Amstelodamensis plantae rariores et exoticae , 1706, a supplement to his uncle's Hortus medici Amstelodamensis rariorum tam orientalis , 1697-1701.With library stamp. Lacking the second of the 2 final blank leaves. In good condition. Most extensive edition of Commelin's catalogue of medicinal plants in the Amsterdam botanical garden.

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        A Practical Treatise On The Diseases Of The Teeth, In Which The Origin And Nature Of Decay Are Explained; And The Means Of Prevention Pointed Out

      Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman, London 1835 - 8vo. pp. xiv, 158. 6 plates, drawn by C.Docker & engraved by W.Hill. Rebacked with repairs. Preserved original boards with clean spine. No lettering or ornaments. Previous ovner ink inscription to FEP and Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain stamp. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Collection of 22 largely Hand-Written Documents, Dated Between May 1st 1857 and 22nd March 1880, Dealing Mostly with the Military Career of Madden.

      - Madden served with the British Auxiliary Legion in Spain from 1835 to August 1837, enlisted in the 24th Regiment of Foot on August 18, 1837 and served with it in Canada from 1838 to 1841. After returning to England with the rank of Sergeant he served until November 4 1845, when he purchased his discharge. Madden re-enlisted on February 17, 1846, as a Private in the 4th Regiment of Foot, but transferred to his old regiment, the 24th Foot on April 1 1846. He sailed for India in May and served there until 1856, having taken part in the Battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah and Goojerat. Madden was promoted to Corporal (November 4) 1846, Sergeant (February 5, 1848), Quartermaster-Sergeant (October 4, 1848), Quartermaster (October 12, 1849) and commissioned as Ensign and Adjutant (December 12, 1851). Promoted to Lieutenant in October 1854, Madden resigned his Adjutancy in October 1855 and later returned to England because of failing health. He joined the Depot at Chatham in August 1857, obtained his Musketry Instructor's qualification at Hythe on April 12, 1858 and joined the 19th Regiment of Foot, as a Captain, on July 2, 1858. Madden retired from the army on July 8, 1859. On October 28 of that year he wrote to Horse Guards saying that he was considering going to New Zealand as a settler. After a request from Horse Guards to state which province he preferred, Madden chose Auckland and on November 8 he received a letter of introduction to Colonel Gore Brown, then Governor of New Zealand. By 1880 he was again living in England at Lytchett Matravers, Dorset. On March 22nd of that year he gave six months written notice to his landlord that he would be vacating his cottage, garden, stabling, grass field etc. on or before September 29th, 1880. A written copy of this letter is th final item in this Madden collection. Also present are a certificate on his being raised to the degree of Master Mason in the Thistle and Rose Lodge, Glasgow (August 10th, 1843), his commission in the 24th Regiment of Foot, signed by Queen Victoria (1st May 1852), his commission in the 19th Regiment of Foot, signed by George, Duke of Cambridge, Commander-in-chief (June 8th, 1862) and a First Class Certificate, qualifying him as a Musketry Insturctor, from the School of Musketry, Hythe (April 12th, 1858). An interesting collectiion of 22 items.

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        Elements of Political Economy.

      Andover & New York: Gould and Newman & H. Griffin and Company,, 1835. Duodecimo (183 x 110 mm). Contemporary speckled calf, black calf label to spine, compartments ruled in gilt, edges speckled black. Bookseller's stamp to front free endpaper, a few small pencil annotations to front leaves. Extremities slightly rubbed, a few marks to boards, endpapers browned from turn-ins, a little foxing to contents, an excellent copy. First edition of the American professor and lecturer's introductory work on the production and circulation of wealth. Newman (1797-1842) taught Greek and Latin languages and literature at Bowdoin College, Maine and in 1824 he became Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory. In the second edition of 1844, the recommendation written by Professor B. B. Edwards says that "it is not a compilation from an European work, based on usages and a state of society which have no existence here, but it is throughout 'an American production' ... [it] is cordially commended as an excellent Text book to teachers and all who are interested in the great cause of education".

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        Goethe&#146;s Briefwechsel mit einem Kinde. Seinem Denkmal.

      Berlin Dümmler 1835 - 3 Bde. kl.8°. XII, 356; 324; 243 S. Mit 3 gestochenen Frontispizen von C. Funke und einer doppelblattgroßen Aquatinta-Radierung im Text. Neue Halblederbände im Stil der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Titel auf roten Rückenschildern (Minimal berieben, teilweise papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, partiell minimal fleckig). Erste Ausgabe. &#150; Goedeke IV/2, 471, 28 und VI, 83, 3a &#150; Kippenberg 5334. &#150; Der dritte, unter dem Titel "Tagebuch" veröffentlichte Briefroman ist dem Fürsten von Pückler-Muskau gewidmet. Die Frontispize zeigen Goethes Zimmer im Elternhaus, einen Denkmalsentwurf (nach einer Zeichnung der Verfasserin) sowie den lorbeerumkränzten Goethe auf dem Totenbett. Die Aquatinta-Radierung von oder nach Rumohr zeigt eine Ansicht Kölns vom Rhein aus gesehen. Zwei Innendeckel mit den montierten, den alten Einbänden entnommenen handschriftlichen Besitzeinträgen der österreichischen Schriftstellerin und Übersetzerin Selma Mohnike (1828-1878). Buch [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CORRESPONDENCE On The SUBJECT Of The EMIGRATION Of INDIANS, Between The 30th November, 1831, and 27th December, 1833, with Abstracts of Expenditures by Disbursing Agents, in the Removal and Subsistence of Indians. Vol V.

      Washington: Printed by Duff Green, 1835. [2], 503, [3 (blank)]. 9" x 6" Slightly soiled front and back boards, two Ex-Libris bookplates, paper browning as usual, book order to J.B. Milam from H.C. Revercomb dated 1938 laid in. Narrow open tear to title page with small marginalia. Withall, a VG+ copy.

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        Reproduction fidèle des discussions qui ont eu lieu sur la lithotripsie et la taille, à l'Académie royale de médecine, en 1835, à l'occasion d'un rapport de M. Velpeau sur ces deux opérations, suivi de lettres sur le même sujet, d'une comparaison entre la méthode ancienne et la méthode actuelle de broiement des calculs, d'un coup-d'oeil sur l'instrument de Jacobson, et de quelques observations de lithotripsie et taille.

      Paris, Ducessois, 1835. ____ Première édition. Compte-rendu de "la lutte au sein de l'Académie entre l'ancienne chirurgie en faveur de la taille et la chirurgie moderne en faveur de la lithotritie." Velpeau était partisan de la taille. L'auteur rapporte tout ce qu'il y d'important sur ces deux opérations. Très rare : un seul exemplaire conservé dans les bibliothèques publiques en France (BNF). Relié à la suite : - LEROY D'ETIOLLES. Histoire de la lithotritie, précédée de réflexions sur la dissolution des calculs urinaires. Paris, Baillière, 1839. In-8 de (4), L, (2), 168 pp. Première édition, rare. Un des meilleurs spécialistes de son époque en urologie, Leroy d'Etiolles est l'inventeur d'un instrument, pour extraire ou briser les pierres dans la vessie en passant par l'urètre. Cette histoire est illustrée de 65 gravures dans le texte d'instruments de chirurgie. Très bel exemplaire, bien relié. *-------* Bound with : - LEROY D'ETIOLLES. Histoire de la lithotritie. 1839. First editions of these two texts on urology, in a very beautiful binding. In-8. [198 x 123 mm] Collation : (4), VI, 246 pp. Demi-veau rouge, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Les chants du crépuscule EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Eugène Renduel, 1835. Fine. Eugène Renduel, Paris 1835, 14x21,5cm, relié. - first edition. Binding half russia red leather corners, back with four nerves decorated with nets and double gilded boxes, date tail in a cartridge, contreplats and guards made paper, rare wrappers and back preserved and bound in, gilded head on witnesses binding signed Bernasconi. The nomenclature sheet of Victor Hugo&#39;s works is present. Some traces of folding on some sheets. The manuscript of the poem The poor flower said ... a very valuable autograph of Victor Hugo poem of two sheets mounted on tab Bel uncut copy, set in a charming binding signed, enriched with a precious autograph poem by Victor Hugo - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Édition originale. Reliure en demi cuir rouge de Russie à coins, dos à quatre nerfs orné de filets et de doubles caissons dorés, date en queue dans un cartouche, contreplats et gardes de papier à la cuve, rares couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée sur témoins, reliure signée de Bernasconi. Le feuillet de nomenclature des œuvres de Victor Hugo est bien présent. Quelques traces de pliure sur certains feuillets. Un précieux poème autographe de Victor Hugo intitulé « La pauvre fleur disait au papillon céleste », sur deux feuillets repliés, a été monté sur onglet en regard de la version définitive adoptée par l'auteur et imprimée page 223 du recueil. Il s'agit d'une première version, composée de quatre quatrains. Ces vers seront repris avec quelques variantes par Hugo dans la version définitive, augmentée toutefois de quatre nouveaux quatrains. Ce poème a été composé par Hugo pour sa maîtresse Juliette Drouet, rencontrée deux ans auparavant. Il symbolise la nature de leur relation - le poète pris dans sa vie conjugale et littéraire, la jeune femme condamnée à l'attendre -, et aura une grande importance dans leur imaginaire commun : Juliette Drouet citera fréquemment le vers « Et moi je reste seule à voir tourner mon ombre / À mes pieds ! » dans ses lettres d'amour à Victor Hugo. On retrouve également le double motif de la fleur et du papillon aux côtés de leurs initiales entrelacées, dans le décor peint du salon chinois provenant de Hauteville Fairy, résidence de Juliette Drouet à Guernesey, décor conçu par l'écrivain lui-même et aujourd'hui conservé à la Maison Victor Hugo à Paris. Bel exemplaire non rogné, établi dans une charmante reliure signée, enrichi d'un très rare poème autographe de Victor Hugo écrit pour Juliette Drouet.  

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        Fugaku hyakkei, One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji (Edo: Nishimura Yuzo and others, 1834–1835), vol. 2

      Yeirakuya Toshiro of Nogoya, 1835. 54 pp Softcover/Paperback Zustand: gut bis sehr gut; with Ownership Stamps (Tadamasa Hayashi), On double leaves, East Asia binding ; Ja-20 Versand D: 4,90 EUR Japan Prints, Japanese Wood-engravin

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        2 Volumes] SOUTHERN LITERARY JOURNAL AND MONTHLY MAGAZINE, Volume I, Numbers 1-6 (Sept. 1835 - Feb. 1836); Volume II, Numbers 1-6 (Mar. - Aug. 1836)

      Charleston: J. S. Burges, 1835, 1836. Half Leather. Very Good binding. Half bound in contemporary sheep with corners and marbled paper over boards; hinges are tender but holding; both volumes have had some discreet repair to the spine ends; ink number on the endpaper of each volume else clean; some peculiar binding has the title page and index for Volume I bound in at the beginning of Volume II; there is no title page for Volume II. A short lived periodical started by New Englander and Harvard graduate, Daniel K. Whitaker. Literary and intellectual in nature, the Journal included contributions on topics from the Arts to slavery. Digital images can be made available upon request

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        Traité sur les phrénopathies ou doctrine nouvelle des maladies mentales basés sur des observations pratiques et statistiques, et l'étude des causes, de la nature, des symptômes, du prono

      Second edition. Spine cracked, small lacks to the lower cover, foxings, a few leaves detached. Very rare. Etablissement encyclographique Bruxelles 1835 14,5x23,5cm broché

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        Bemerkungen auf der Seereise vom [sic] London nach Genua mit der englischen Brieg Magt. Richardson Capt Sno. Reed. Dt. Handschrift auf Papier.

      Kl.-8. 53 nn. Bll. (2 weiße Bll. vor- u. 32 nachgebunden), HLdr. d. Zt. m. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt, Deckellasche u. Stiftschlaufen. Der 105-seitige Reisebericht beginnt: Wir verließen am 11. Juny 1835 morgens 1 Uhr London Dock Bason mit der Magt. Richardson [...]. Die Reise führt dann über die Straße von Gibraltar und Korsika nach Genua (Ankunft am 1. August), welcher Stadt - ebenso wie im Folgenden auch Livorno - ein eigenes Kapitel gewidmet ist. Wiederum ein eigenes Kapitel ist der am 15. Januar 1836 begonnenen Rückreise gewidmet, welche am 5. März 1836 wieder in London endet. - Der Bericht schildert nicht nur detailliert die Reiseerlebnisse, sondern enthält auch immer wieder kurze geschichtliche Diskurse (z.B. über Napoleon etc.). Interessantes biedermeierliches Reisedokument. - Einband berieben u. etw. bestoßen. Tlw. leicht gebräunt bzw. fleckig. -

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