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        The Moral of Flowers

      London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman and M. Robinson 1835 - SECOND EDITION. Large 8vo., [xiv], 227 p., ill. VG. Green cloth over brown morocco boards w/ gilt decoration and title to spine. Boards rubbed w/ leather corner tips exposed. Wear to board edges. Closed tear to leather near crown of spine. Binding is tight. Previous owner's neat signature to blank leaf. Some toning and very light foxing/smudging to pages, otherwise clean. Collated, and all 24 color engravings and their tissue guards are present. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Treatise on mineralogy: Second part, consisting of descriptions of the species, and tables illustrative of their natural and chemical affinities, [&c.].

      Hezekiah Howe and Company 1835 - New Haven, crown octavo, two volumes: [xliv, 300 p. and 271 woodcuts; 331 p. and 229 woodcuts]. ***Content: These volumes are the companion to a previous volume, separately issued by the author in 1832. [See my ABE listing, OG5059.] As the title indicates, this treatise describes the various mineral species according to Shepard's scheme of classification, founded partly on the work of Mohs. The illustrations are mostly crystallographic diagrams. The volumes are dedicated to Benjamin Silliman. When these volumes were issued, Shepard was a lecturer on natural history at Yale; he later had a long and distinguished tenure at Amherst College. ***Condition: A Good+ set in the original light green, paper-covered boards and brown linen-cloth backstrips, with the original printed paper title labels on the backstrips. The covers are moderately edgeworn; tape marks and ink spots on the boards and backstrips. The title labels are mostly complete, with all lettering preserved. The outer joints are split, but the hinges are solid and the covers are well attached. Bindings very firm. Text edges untrimmed. The text pages and illustrations are pristine: fresh, crisp, clean and bright, with none of the foxing typical of this work. Library markings on title pages and card pocket on rear pastedowns. A sound set of an exceedingly scarce treatise; I could find no other copies for sale online. Hazen 9502. BMNH 1913. Ward and Carozzi 2041. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dissertation étymologique, historique et critique sur Les diverses origines du mot cocu. Avec des Notes et Pièces justificatives par un membre de l'Académie de Blois

      s.n., Imprimerie de Félix Jahyer, 1835. In - 12 (172 x 112 mm), 72 pp., veau fauve, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièce de maroquin bleu, filets à froid entourant les plats, fleurons aux angles, double filet sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, doublures et gardes imprimées, tête dorée, non rogné (reliure fin XIXe). Orné d'un frontispice, et d'une vignette de titre. Cet ouvrage est attribué à Jean - François - de - Paule - Louis Petit de la Saussaye by Quérard, et à François - Jules de Petigny par M. de Manne. (Barbier I, 1058). (charnières fendues, petits défauts aux coins). // 12o (172 x 112 mm), 72 pp., fawn calf, spine tooled raised on five bands, blue morocco label, blind fillets border and flowerets on corners on covers, double fillet on turns - in, dentelle inside, top edge gilt, uncut (end - of - 19th - cent. binding). Illustrated with a frontispiece and a vignette on title. This book is attributed to Jean - François - de - Paule - Louis Petit de la Saussaye by Quérard, and to François - Jules de Petigny by M. de Manne. (Barbier I, 1058). (hinges cracked, little defects on corners).

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        Gesetz- und Verordnungsblatt für das Königreich Sachsen.

      Jahrgänge 1835 bis 1910 komplett in 73 Bänden. 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.

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        An Appeal from the New to the Old Whig, In Consequence of the Senate's Course, and Particularly of Mr. Webster's Speech upon the Executive Patronage Bill

      Boston: Russell, Odiorne, and Company. 1835. First edition. Octavo. 52pp. Removed from a nonce volume, a little trimmed slightly affecting the inscription, some offsetting on the title page, else very good. Inscribed: "Josiah Quincy Jr. E[sq.] with the respects of the author." Name of Charles F. Adams written on the title page in a non-authorial hand (possibly Quincy's). Quincy, a member of the Whig Party, was the second of three Josiah Quincys to serve as Mayor of Boston; Charles Francis Adams, Sr., the son of John Quincy Adams, was a lawyer (and a Whig, and then later a member of the Free Soil Party, and finally a Republican) who studied law with Daniel Webster, served in the House of Representatives, but resigned to become Lincoln's Ambassador to Great Britain from 1861 to 1868, where he, along with his son Henry Adams, who acted as his secretary, was instrumental in maintaining British neutrality and preventing British diplomatic recognition of the Confederacy during the American Civil War. .

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        Düsseldorf'.

      - gouachierte, eiweißgehöhte und anonyme Lithographie, 1835, 25,5 x 36,5 Sehr seltenes Quodlibet mit 11 Ansichten. - Mittig Gesamtansicht von Düsseldorf über den Rhein umgeben von Jesuitenkirche und Regierungsgebäude, Burgplatz, Rathaus, Benrather Schloß, Ratinger Tor, Residenzschloß, Friedrichsbad, Kaiserswerth, Botanischer Garten und Hofgarten Haus.

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        Leipzig. - Souvenierblatt. - "Erinnerungen an Leipzig".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Lithografie, koloriert, 1835. 40,0 x 53,7 cm (Darstellung) / 44,0 x 57,3 cm (Blatt) / 44,0 x 57,3 cm (Untersatzkarton). Oberhalb der Darstellung betitelt "Erinnerungen an Leipzig". Ferner datiert und mit den Verlagsangaben versehen "Verlag von Philipp Lenz in Leipzig 1835". - Das typische Souvenierblatt zeigt die alte Messestadt in 13 Teilansichten, die jeweils unterhalb betitelt sind. Das Zentralbild zeigt die Stadt von der Abendseite im Panorama aus der Ferne. Umgeben von 12 Kleinveduten, die sich auf Einzelgebäude fokussieren. U. a. die Börse, Bürgerschule, Gohliser Schloss, Waage, Theater und Kuhturm. Sehr dekoratives und ansprechend koloriertes Exemplar im Zeitgeist des Biedermeier. Wie alle Souvenierblätter selten. - Im Ganzen alt auf festen Karton aufgezogen, um diverse Randrisse zu stabilisieren. Insgesamt ordentlich erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Selection of Games at Chess, actually played by Philidor and his contemporaries; now first published from the original manuscript

      Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper, London 1835 - xvi+110 pages with frontispiece and illustrations. Small octavo (7" x 4 3/4") bound in original publsihers green cloth with label to front cover. With notes and additions by George Walker. Provenance gift inscription to Birmingham Chess Club on title. Subsequently reprinted, without notes, in Walker's Chess Studies (1844). Whyld & Ravilious: 1835:4) First edition. As a writer on the game, George Walker's reputation was European. His first publication, a pamphlet of twenty-four pages, on New Variations in the Muzio Gambit (1831), was followed in less than a year by his New Treatise, which gradually supplanted the chess Studies of Peter Pratt (1803, &c.) and the far from thorough Treatise by J. H. Sarratt (1808) as amended by William Lewis in 1821; of the New Treatise a German version went through several editions. Walker's style was bright and often witty. To later editions was appended an excellent bibliography; but this has been almost entirely superseded by the Schachlitteratur of A. Van der Linde (1880). Walker's fine chess library was dispersed by Sotheby on 14 May 1874 (Westminster Papers, 1 May 1874). He was also a benefactor to the cause of chess as a founder and promoter of clubs, notably the Westminster Chess Club (1832–1843), famous as the battle-ground of Macdonnell and Labourdonnais, and of Popert and Staunton, and its successor in reputation, the St. George's Club, which still flourishes. Condition: New spine, corners bumped, front cover label soiled with wear to edges, some light foxing. A very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tristan: Recueil de ce qui Reste des Poëms Relatifs a Ses Aventures

      Guillaume Pickering, Londres 1835 - 2 volumes. 12mo. Illustrated with lithographs of the manuscripts, some with initials colored by hand in red and blue. Publisher's original cloth in a small diaper design. This is clearly Winterbottom's Type 'H' (Tomlinson). Krupp (p.23) ascribes an appearance date of 1836 for this early design; to find it on books published in 1935 is a treat. That it would appear on a Pickering work should be no surprise. Pickering started experimenting with bookcloth as early as 1823 through his binder, Archibald Leighton, who was responsible for many innovations in the design and use of early bookcloth. The text constitutes mainly the remains of Thomas of Britain's Tristan Romance, composed in the 12th and 13th centuries in Norman French and Greek, here edited and rendered in the originals by Fr. MIchel. This is a very good set; the printed paper labels are darkened a bit with some wear to their edges. The frontispiece in volume II has a short closed marginal tear (no loss, nor affecting the image of the manuscript). Fairly scarce. A third volume with additional Tristan fragments was issued in 1839, not present her. There is an old note on the front free endpaper indicating that this is one of 250 copies, but we have not been able to confirm that limitation. This is the first printed edition of Thomas of Britain. It dates from about 1170, and includes Tristan's marriage and the Hall of Statues, his return to Cornwall, and the lovers' deaths, using the motif of the sails. Reiss, Reiss & Taylor, Nrs. 930 and 956. A translation into English was issued by Pickering the same year. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CONSTITUTION OF THE CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION OF THE BOSTON FIRE DEPARTMENT [AS AMENDED JANUARY 1, 1833.] INSTITUTED JUNE 19, 1828.

      Boston: David Hooton...Printer...Merchants' Hall, 1835. Boston:: David Hooton...Printer...Merchants' Hall,. 1835. 12pp, stitched in contemporary plain yellow wrappers. Title page vignette of the Department dousing a house fire. Very Good plus.The Charter of an early mutual aid society; it is designed to assist injured Boston firemen, who "are liable in the discharge of their duty to many casualties, to which citizens generally are not exposed." Rare, it is located, according to American Imprints and OCLC, only at the Boston Public Library. The pamphlet prints the 1830 Act of the Legislature incorporating the Association; Edward Prescott, George Dearborn, and Jonathan A. Davis are named as incorporators. The Association's Articles render every Boston fireman eligible for membership. Annual dues are fifty cents. Injured members are barred from negotiating directly with the City Government for financial assistance: that's the job of the Association, the names of whose officers are printed at page 12. Thomas C. Amory was President of the Board of Trustees. .OCLC 33064696 [1] [as of September 2013]. AI 30581 [1]. Not in Sabin.

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        Tristan: Recueil de ce qui Reste des Poëms Relatifs a Ses Aventures

      Londres: Guillaume Pickering, 1835. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. 2 volumes. 12mo. Illustrated with lithographs of the manuscripts, some with initials colored by hand in red and blue.  Publisher's original cloth in a small diaper design. This is clearly Winterbottom's Type 'H' (Tomlinson). Krupp (p.23) ascribes an appearance date of 1836 for this early design; to find it on books published in 1935 is a treat. That it would appear on a Pickering work should be no surprise. Pickering started experimenting with bookcloth as early as 1823 through his binder, Archibald Leighton, who was responsible for many innovations in the design and use of early bookcloth. The text constitutes mainly the remains of Thomas of Britain's Tristan Romance, composed in the 12th and 13th centuries in Norman French and Greek, here edited and rendered in the originals by Fr. MIchel.  This is a very good set; the printed paper labels are darkened a bit with some wear to their edges. The frontispiece in volume II has a short closed marginal tear (no loss, nor affecting the image of the manuscript). Fairly scarce. A third volume with additional Tristan fragments was issued in 1839, not present her. There is an old note on the front free endpaper indicating that this is one of 250 copies, but we have not been able to confirm that limitation. This is the first printed edition of Thomas of Britain. It dates from about 1170, and includes Tristan's marriage and the Hall of Statues, his return to Cornwall, and the lovers' deaths, using the motif of the sails. Reiss, Reiss & Taylor, Nrs. 930 and 956. A translation into English was issued by Pickering the same year.

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        An Appeal from the New to the Old Whig, In Consequence of the Senate's Course, and Particularly of Mr. Webster's Speech upon the Executive Patronage Bill

      Boston: Russell, Odiorne, and Company. 1835. First edition. Octavo. 52pp. Removed from a nonce volume, a little trimmed slightly affecting the inscription, some offsetting on the title page, else very good. Inscribed: "Josiah Quincy Jr. E[sq.] with the respects of the author." Name of Charles F. Adams written on the title page in a non-authorial hand (possibly Quincy's). Quincy, a member of the Whig Party, was the second of three Josiah Quincys to serve as Mayor of Boston; Charles Francis Adams, Sr., the son of John Quincy Adams, was a lawyer (and a Whig, and then later a member of the Free Soil Party, and finally a Republican) who studied law with Daniel Webster, served in the House of Representatives, but resigned to become Lincoln's Ambassador to Great Britain from 1861 to 1868, where he, along with his son Henry Adams, who acted as his secretary, was instrumental in maintaining British neutrality and preventing British diplomatic recognition of the Confederacy during the American Civil War. .

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        Théorie mathématique des Effets du Jeu de Billard

      12 folding engraved plates. vii, [1], 174 pp. 8vo, attractive antique half-calf & marbled boards, flat spine gilt. Paris: Carilian-Goeury, 1835. First edition of the first mathematical analysis of the complex kinetics of billiards; it is the classic treatment of the mechanics of impact of spherical objects. The plates depict a series of complex shots. Coriolis (1792-1843), physicist and director of studies at the École Polytechnique at Paris, devoted his energies to the applications of the laws of mechanics and was responsible for the terms "work" and "kinetic energy." He is best remembered today for the "Coriolis effect" relating to the motion of the oceans' currents. Fine and pretty copy. ❧ D.S.B., III, pp. 416-19.

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        Werke. Vollständige Ausgabe letzter Hand. 55 Bände. Dazu 1 Supplement und Registerband von Musculus, zusammen 57 in 32 Bänden.

      Stuttgart u. Tübingen, Cotta, 1827-, 1835. - circa 13,8 x 9,6 cm. Viele Tausend Seiten Halb-Leder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Deckeln Goedeke IV, 3, 14; Hagen 24. Die wichtige Ausgabe letzter Hand, von Goethe noch selbst ausgewählt und bearbeitet. Ab Band 41 mit dem Nebentitel: Goethe's nachgelassene Werke. 1.-15. Band. - Hier ist ferner dabei der Supplement-Band von Heinrich Döhring: Goethe s Leben und der umfangreiche Indexband von Carl Theodor Musculus: Inhalt- und Namens-Verzeichnisse über sämmtliche Goethe sche Werke. Erst Jahre später erschienen zusätzlich noch separat die Bände 56-60, die hier nicht vorliegen. "- Etwas gebräunt, teils stockig, wenig berieben. Schöne, sehr dekorative, einheitlich gebundene Reihe mit eleganten Rücken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mit hoher obrigkeitlicher Bewilligung werde ich die Ehre haben, mein außerordentlich Großes, mechanisches, noch nie gesehenes Kunsttheater vor dem Karlsthore in der zweiten Bude während der Dult zu zeigen. (Unterzeichner:) Steinl, Mechaniker aus Nürnberg.

      (München), ca. 1835. - Plakat mit gr. Holzschnitt (17 x 34 cm) und typographischem Text. Blattgr.: 39 x 45 cm. Der Mechaniker Johann Steinl aus Nürnberg ist historisch wenig zu fassen; er scheint glücklos einen von ihm konstruierten Wagen 1837 auf der Strecke der ersten deutschen Eisenbahn erprobt zu haben. - Hier führt er 10 verschiedene "Kunstfiguren" auf, die u. a. auf dem Seil verschiedenste Kunststücke vollbringen werden, die beiden Illustrationen geben dazu bereits einen schönen Eindruck. - Am rechten Rand leicht feuchtfleckig, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar!

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        Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain

      Harding & Leopard, London 1835 - 12 vols. Leather binding A magnificent set in full early morocco, top edge gilt, a handsome and complete copy with numerous engraved portraits. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Itinéraire pittoresque au Nord de l'Angleterre

      H. Fisher 1835 - - H. Fisher, Londres 1835, In-4 (22x28,5cm), 76pp., relié. - Edition originale, illustrée de 73 figures sur acier et sur papier fort de vues des lacs, montagnes, châteaux, etc, des comtés de Westmorland, Cumberland, Durham et Northumberland. Deux figures par page (10 x 15 cm). Impression sur papier teinté. Reliure en cartonnage d'éditeur bleu. Pleine percaline au dos richement orné. Entrelacs à froid sur les plat et titre doré dans un encadrement. Titre sur dos : The northern tourist. Rares et pâles rousseurs éparses, notamment sur les serpentes et le pourtour de certaines gravures, le papier étant dans l'ensemble bien propre et frais. Légers frottements en coins. Une tache légère également sur le plat inférieur. Beau cartonnage dans un état superbe. Les textes de Gérard commentent les vues des gravures, ce sont des notices historiques et culturelles. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, illustrated with 73 figures views of steel lakes, mountains, castles, etc, counties of Westmorland, Cumberland, Durham and Northumberland. Two figures per page (10 x 15 cm). Printing on colored paper. Binding cartonnage blue editor. Full percaline back ornate. Tracery cold on the flat and golden title in a frame. Title on spine: The northern tourist. 76pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Selection of Games at Chess, actually palyed by Philidor and his contemporaries; now first published from the original manuscr

      xvi+110 pages with frontispiece and illustrations. Small octavo (7" x 4 3/4") bound in original publsihers green cloth with label to front cover. With notes and additions by George Walker. Provenance gift inscription to Birmingham Chess Club on title. Subsequently reprinted, without notes, in Walker's Chess Studies (1844). Whyld & Ravilious: 1835:4) First edition.As a writer on the game, George Walker's reputation was European. His first publication, a pamphlet of twenty-four pages, on New Variations in the Muzio Gambit (1831), was followed in less than a year by his New Treatise, which gradually supplanted the chess Studiesof Peter Pratt (1803, &c.) and the far from thorough Treatise by J. H. Sarratt (1808) as amended by William Lewis in 1821; of the New Treatise a German version went through several editions. Walker's style was bright and often witty. To later editions was appended an excellent bibliography; but this has been almost entirely superseded by the Schachlitteratur of A. Van der Linde (1880). Walker's fine chess library was dispersed by Sotheby on 14 May 1874 (Westminster Papers, 1 May 1874). He was also a benefactor to the cause of chess as a founder and promoter of clubs, notably the Westminster Chess Club (1832â€"1843), famous as the battle-ground of Macdonnell and Labourdonnais, and of Popert and Staunton, and its successor in reputation, the St. George's Club, which still flourishes.Condition:New spine, corners bumped, front cover label soiled with wear to edges, some light foxing. A very good copy.

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        Memoria dos feitos macaenses contra os piratas da China: e da entrada violenta dos inglezes na cidade de Macáo. 2nd edition

      Lisbon: Typografia Lisbonense, 1835. Wrappers.. Small library stamp deleted in lower margin of title p. Faint damp staining in upper margin of preliminary ff.. The enlarged second edition of a work which first appeared in 1824. In September 1808 Lord Minto, governor of Bengal, had ordered Admiral Drury to procede to Macao to ensure that the city could be properly defended against possible attacks by the French, but the Chinese maintained they could defend their own coasts, and the Portuguese governor resisted interference. The author led a seafaring life from an early age and made several voyages to India and China. Part II, Invasão das tropas inglezas em Macão e sua retirada occupies pp. 89-161. Cordier III, 1900. Innocêncio IV, 370. Welsh 4578. Pinto de Mattos 25 (gives date as 1853).

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        The Gallery of Modern British Artists; Consisting of a Series of Engravings from Works of the Most Eminent Artists of the Day

      London, et al: Simpkin and Marshall, T. W. Stevens, et al, 1835. Hardcover. Very Good+. Full green morocco, ornate border gilt-stamped on boards, details and lettering in gilt-stamped in spine compartments (5 raised bands), inside gilt dentelles, a.e.g.; 4to (8.25 x 10.75 inches); collates complete, pp. iv, 68, plus 78 engraved plates. Spine the slightest bit sunned; some light scuffing along joints; corners gently bumped. Internally pristine.

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        A Discourse on the Vice of Gambling, Delivered, by appointment, to the Anti-Gambling Society of Transylvania University, November 2nd and 3rd, 1835

      The Anti-Gambling Society of Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky 1835 - A very uncommon piece of anti-gambling literature, in its 1835 original printing. Issued by the Anti-Gambling Society of Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky, this slim "discourse" is one of the earliest to appraocjh the problem of gambling as a medical condition. The wrappered 1st edition is solid, still tightly-bound and VG-, with light, inoffensive foxing scattered thruout the text. Its original covers have been cleanly removed but all other pages and signatures are accounted for and the text is complete. Octavo, 59 pgs. including the Appendix. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth (1832). 4-Vol. set (Complete) [WITH] Yarrow Revisited and Other Poems (1835)

      London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 1835. New edition (Poetical Works); First edition (Yarrow Revisited). Hardcover. vg. Large 24mo (6 x 3 3/4"). XLVII, 342, [2]pp (Vol. 1); XV, [1], 377, [1]pp (Vol. 2); XI, [1], 358pp (Vol. 3); [6], 357, [1]pp (Vol. 4); XV, [1], 349, [1]pp (Yarrow Revisited). Contemporary 3/4 calf over marbled paper covered boards, with gold lettering and tooling to spines. Marbled endpapers and paper edges.Handsome edition of "The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth" with at least two important additions:- "Filial Piety," written in 1828, first published in "The Casket" (1829), first included in this work among "Miscellaneous Sonnets, Part Second" (Vol. 2); - "The Wishing-Gate," also written in 1828; first published in "The Keepsake" (1829), and also first included in this 1832 edition of his "Poetical Works" among "Poems of the Imagination" (Vol. 3). [WITH]"Yarrow Revisited and Other Poems" (1835), published by the same publishers, and numbered "Vol. 5" on binding as the Advertisement (page VII) mentions the following: "It was the author's intention to reserve the contents of this volume to be interspersed in some future edition of his miscellaneous poems.."This work contains William Wordsworth's poems composed during a tour in Scotland, and on the English border, in the autumn of 1831.Minor shelf wear. Bindings and interior in overall very good condition.

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        CARTA TOPOGRAFICA DELLA PROVINCIA DI PAVIA

      1835. Carta della provincia di Pavia. In basso, a sinistra in semplice riquadro, la pianta della città con relativa legenda. Applicata su tela a stacchi si presenta conservata nel suo astuccio originale.Bibliografia: Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1331

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        A Selection of Games at Chess, actually palyed by Philidor and his contemporaries; now first published from the original manuscr

      London: Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper , 1835. xvi+110 pages with frontispiece and illustrations. Small octavo (7" x 4 3/4") bound in original publsihers green cloth with label to front cover. With notes and additions by George Walker. Provenance gift inscription to Birmingham Chess Club on title. Subsequently reprinted, without notes, in Walker's Chess Studies (1844). Whyld & Ravilious: 1835:4) First edition.As a writer on the game, George Walker's reputation was European. His first publication, a pamphlet of twenty-four pages, on New Variations in the Muzio Gambit (1831), was followed in less than a year by his New Treatise, which gradually supplanted the chess Studiesof Peter Pratt (1803, &c.) and the far from thorough Treatise by J. H. Sarratt (1808) as amended by William Lewis in 1821; of the New Treatise a German version went through several editions. Walker's style was bright and often witty. To later editions was appended an excellent bibliography; but this has been almost entirely superseded by the Schachlitteratur of A. Van der Linde (1880). Walker's fine chess library was dispersed by Sotheby on 14 May 1874 (Westminster Papers, 1 May 1874). He was also a benefactor to the cause of chess as a founder and promoter of clubs, notably the Westminster Chess Club (1832â€"1843), famous as the battle-ground of Macdonnell and Labourdonnais, and of Popert and Staunton, and its successor in reputation, the St. George's Club, which still flourishes.Condition:New spine, corners bumped, front cover label soiled with wear to edges, some light foxing. A very good copy.

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        \"München von der Mittagseite\". Gesamtansicht von Süden vom Giesinger Berg aus, rechts die alte Giesinger Dorfkirche.

       Lithographie von Gustav Kraus, gedruckt von J.B. Dreseli, 1835, 12,5 x 20,5 cm. Maillinger II, 52B; Pfister II, 56; Lentner 1116; Slg. Proebst 149; Pressler 8. - Reich staffagierte Ansicht, u.a. mit einer Eierverkäuferin. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Autograph Letter Signed ("R.S.") to his friend and benefactor, Charles Williams Wynn, declining a dinner invitation

      W. Terring, 1835. One page, in ink. 1 vols. 12mo. Cello-taped at edges, one edge chipped, with loss of a letter. One page, in ink. 1 vols. 12mo. To Friend His Friend Charles Williams Wynn, M.P. Wynn was an old college friend with whom Southey maintained a close relationship for the est of his life: "i cannot dine with you on Sunday, because Mr ___ (?) will be at Richmond, & Sunday is the only day during my short ___ (?) or that he dines with his family. Yesterday brought me a favourable account from York. She now talks and talks of my coming, he says she is afraid "the doctor will not think her well enough to leave" ... tomorrow I go to Miss Bowles ... " "Wynn matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford, on 24 Dec. 1791, graduated B.A. in 1795, and M.A. in 1798. On 5 July 1810, the first year of office of his uncle, Lord Grenville, as chancellor of the university, he was created D.C.L. His rooms as an undergraduate were in `Skeleton Corner,' where Southey, who had made his friendship at Westminster in 1788 and kept it through life, used often to visit him. Wynn, though not a rich man, made Southey an allowance of 160l. per annum, beginning with the last quarter of 1796 and ending in 1807, when, through the same friendly influence, a net pension of 144l. a year was bestowed on him by the government. In 1801 Wynn hoped to obtain for his friend the post of secretary to some Italian legation, but was disappointed. Southey in 1805 dedicated to him the poem of `Madoc.'" - DNB Miss Bowles, of course, was Caroline Anne Bowles -- his friend, collaborator on "Robin Hood", and future wife.

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        The fashionable puzzler; or, book of riddles. A collection of enigmas, charades, rebusses, anagrams, logophriphes, and conundrums. Selected by an American lady. With remarks on riddles by the late Mrs. Barbauld

      James E. Betts, New York 1835 - First and only edition, 24mo, pp. viii [9]-320; engraved frontis portrait; contemporary and probably original green straight-grain morocco, simple gilt fillets on covers and spines; rubbed, but good and sound, or better. One OCLC record calls for an engraved title page, not present in this copy. American Imprints 34625. OCLC locates copies at Union, Brown, Connecticut College, Tulane, NYPL, and the Cincinnati Public Library, [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.

      London: Orlando Hodgson, [ca. 1835]. - [2],[9]-463,[1]pp. plus thirteen plates. Original green publisher's cloth, stamped in blind and gilt. Corners bumped, light wear to binding. Some light scattered foxing, but a near fine copy. An undated, octavo edition, likely issued close on the heels of the first edition of 1835. Despite the failure of his earlier trip in 1818, Ross set out in 1829 in the small ship, Victory, to find a northwest passage, but the boat had to be abandoned in 1832. Ross and his party were eventually rescued in the summer of 1833 in Lancaster Sound. In the meantime, Capt. George Back had set out in search of Ross. The greatest scientific yield of the trip was the discovery of the Magnetic Pole. Sabin calls for eleven plates, though this copy has thirteen. ARCTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY 14866 (ref). SABIN 73381.

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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 Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River, and Along the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, in the Years 1833,1834, and 1835.

      Beaudry's European Library 1835,1836, Paris - Thick 8vo; 2 vols. in 1. Half leather and marbled bds. Gilt title and devices on spine. Rubbing to outer hinges and to spine, so that title can be read with some concentration. Rubbing to bds. Wear to all edges. Internal hinges reinforced with binder's tape. Mild toning and scattered foxing, none interfering with readability. Ross's work contains a lg. folding map of his journeys, and Captain Back's volume has a map of the discoveries and routes of the arctic land expedition. Both have mild foxing. pp.vi,xvi,17-475, map; map, viii,338. Mylar cover. Two volumes of Beaudry's "Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors," Vols. XCII and CXXXVI, bound together in one volume. Captain Black's narrative lacks the plates which appeared in the John Murray first ed. of the same year (1836,) but has the lg. folding map. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Linwoods (2 vols.)

      Harper & Bros., NY 1835 - 1st editions of both volumes of this important though nearly forgotten American novel. In original blue cloth with paper spine labels (chipped and label of vol. 2 lifting). Vg (spines lightly faded; corners worn to boards; spine ends bumped; boards lightly soiled); though outside is a little dingy, pages are very bright w/ no foxing except on the last blank pp. & ep's of both volumes. Vol. 1 has owner's name of Capt. Charles Gill, who may be the British Captain of the San Domingo, which fought engagements with buccaneers in the Caribbean in the early 19th century. The Linwoods received favorable reviews from both James Fenimore Cooper and Edgar Allan Poe. Many compared Sedgwick's work to Cooper's, and it is said that a rivalry existed between them. 288 + 286 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Comprehensive Atlas Geographical, Historical & Commercial

      Wil. D. Thicknor/ Wiley & Long,, Boston/New York: 1835 - Lg 4to, period quarter sheep and marbled boards, marbled endpapers, illustrated with 66 engraved maps with hand colored outlines. Lacks spine, top cover detached and back cover almost detached, front free endpaper to frontispiece loosely laid in (alomost detached), occasional dampstains (including to title & fronstispiece), light foxing and soiling, a few margin tears, internally very good. Despite the somewhat poor condition of the binding, this is a rather scarce and attractive early American atlas. It contains several early maps, including 28 full page maps of the Americas, most pertaining to the United States. The map of the United States shows the Oregon Territory, but the Southwestern portion, including California and Texas shown as still belonging to Mexico. San Francisco Bay is oddly identified as the "Bay of Sir F[rancis] Drake." The eastern United States features its railroads and canals, and Michigan includes the "Huron District", which would be modern day Wisconsin. In addition to several other separate state maps, there are also maps of Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and India. Phillips 770. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        QUINZE ANNÉES D'UN PROSCRIT. [4 volumes].

      1835 - Paris, Dufey, 1835. Quatre tomes en quatre volumes in-8 (134 X 209 mm) demi-basane havane, dos lisse orné de fers à décor rocaille dorés, guirlandes et filets dorés, titre et tomaison dorés (reliure de l'époque). Tome I : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre, 393 pages - Tome II : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre, 432 pages - Tome III : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre, 406 pages - Tome IV : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre, 418 pages. Papier roussi, teinte du dos en partie décolorée, deux coiffes supérieures arasées. ÉDITION ORIGINALE de cet ouvrage peu commun. «Le premier volume commence avec l'arrivée de l'auteur à Mons, le 26 octobre 1815. Mais, dès le deuxième chapitre, il donne un "coup d'oeil sur les évènements passés" et reprend ses souvenirs au début de l'année 1812. Tout le premier volume fait donc ainsi l'objet de la relation des années 1812, 1813 et 1814. REMARQUABLE TÉMOIGNAGE d'un général de brigade de l'armée d'Italie, intelligent et cultivé. » (Tulard, 1464). «Lieutenant général durant les Cent-Jours, Vaudoncourt fut condamné à mort par contumace au second retour des Bourbons. Il se réfugia à Londres, en Belgique, à Munich auprès du prince Eugène, voyagea en Italie et en Espagne, y assista au début de l'intervention française en 1823. Amnistié en 1825 et aussitôt réformé, il combattit dans les rangs des insurgés en juillet 1830. » (Bertier et Fierro, 980). AGRÉABLE EXEMPLAIRE en reliure d'époque, avec la mention «L. SEGUY » dorée en tête du dos de chaque volume. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les chants du crépuscule

      1835. Eugène Renduel, Paris 1835, 14x21,5cm, relié. - Eugène Renduel, Paris 1835, 14x21,5cm, relié. - Edizione originale. Binding metà russia angoli di pelle rossa, di nuovo con quattro nervi decorati con reti e doppi scatole dorate, data la coda in una cartuccia, contreplats e guardie fatte di carta, copertine e dorsi conservati rari, testa dorata sui testimoni vincolante firmato Bernasconi. Il foglio nomenclatura delle opere di Victor Hugo è presente. Alcune tracce di piegatura su alcuni fogli. Il manoscritto del poema Il fiore poveri ha detto ... un molto prezioso autografo di Victor Hugo poesia di due fogli montato su scheda Bel copia non tagliato, situato in un affascinante vincolante firmato, arricchito da un prezioso autografo poesia di 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

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        Ansicht von Trient. Vue de Trente.

      Bougeard, Parigi, 1835. Calcografia all'acquatinta di dimensioni 25x38 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo. La città di Trento si sviluppa in questa veduta lungo l'ansa del fiume Adige, secondo una composizione ormai consolidata. Distinguiamo i più celebri monumenti della città, tra cui il duomo e il castello del Buonconsiglio. Curata l'animazione in primo piano: da una terrazza panoramica due giovani in abiti d'epoca osservano il paesaggio; di fianco a loro una scena familiare, i genitori conversano mentre i figli si divertono a giocare con un cane. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Trento nelle stampe d'arte" di Aldo Chemelli, scheda n. 40 pagg. 186 e 187.

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        Sir Thomas Browne's Works, Including His Life and Correspondence. 4 Volumes [including Religio Medici, Pseudodoxia Epidemica, The Garden of Cyrus, Hdriotaphia, Brampton Urns, Repertorium, Christian Morals, Etc.]

      London / Norwich 1835, 1836: William Pickering / Josiah Fletcher, 1835. First Edition Thus. Red Morocco. Near Fine. 10" Tall. Frontispiece. Four Volumes, Large Paper Copies 10" Tall, Complete. Vol I With 1836 Date And Preface Dated January 1836, Vols Ii Iii And Iv Dated 1835, As Apparently The First Volume Was The Last One Completed. Each Volume Bound In Red Morocco, 5 Bands With Gilt Double Rules, Gilt Tooling And Rules In Each Compartment And Cover, Gilt Ruled Edges, Richly Gilt Turns, Watered Endpapers, Bound By William Smith Of New York. Bookplates Of Capitalist C B Farwell, Chicago, Printed By Western Bank Note Co. Bindings With A Touch Of Wear And Slight Darkening Of Spines. Contents Fine, No Wear, No Names, No Marks. A Beautiful Set.

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