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        Memoirs of The Life of the late John Mytton, Esqre. of Halston, Shropshire. (...) with Notices of his Hunting, Shooting, Driving, Racing, Eccentric, and Extravagant Exploits. Third Edition. Reprinted (with consideral Additions) from the New Sporting Magazine.

      Engraved title (with vignette), title, ix, 218 pp, 8 pp. publisher's adds. With Numerous 18 aquatinta engravings, incl. frontispiece Illustrations by H. Alken and T. J. Rawlins. Large-8vo. Full wine-red morocco with gilt tooling on boards, spine and inside borders all edges gilt. Front board loose a little bit rubbed and slightly knocked engraved title with small tear in the head margin (1,5 cm) and slightly foxed with the engraved amorial exlibris of Hugh Cecil Earl of Lonsdale on front paste-down. The 1st edition of 1835 had 12 plates three of them had been replaced by new ones in the 2nd edition of 1837 and 6 others had been added just like in this copy of the 3rd edition. John Mytton is the incarnation of everything, which distinguishes an English sportsman: fairness, never ceasing efforts of improvement, good humour at any cirumstances etc.

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        Partizione de' Puritani, Opera in tre Atti, Poesia del Conte Pepoli... Ridotta con accompagnemento di Piano-Forte, del maestro Tadolini... Prezzo 50f. Publication Posthume. [Piano-vocal score]

      Paris: Pacini [PNs 3148, -52, -54, -57, 57(B), -58-59, -70-72]], 1835. Probable first complete edition, first issue. Lippmann p. 390. Crawford p. 33. I puritani, to a libretto by Carlo Pepoli after the play by J.-A. F.-P. Ancelot and Xavier (J. X. Boniface dit Saintine), Têtes Rondes et Cavaliers, was first performed in Paris at the Théâtre Italien on January 24, 1835. It was the composer's final opera. "In its harmony and scoring I puritani is Bellini's most sophisticated opera - a direct consequence, no doubt, of its having been written for a Parisian audience. To the same cause we may ascribe its unusual wealth of thematic recall, which was a regular feature of contemporary French opera." Simon Maguire, Elizabeth Forbes, and Julian Budden in Grove Music Online.. Folio. 19th century quarter dark red morocco with matching textured paper boards, titling and rules to spine gilt, initials "M.D." gilt to upper. 1f. (title), 1f. (lithographic portrait of Bellini by J. Cabochet et Cie. after Victor), 1f. (recto thematic index, verso blank), 251, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Binding very slightly worn. Minor to moderate foxing and browning.

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        Vestiggi d antichi Edifici fra i quali evvi lUrna Sepolcrale tutta dun pezzo di porfido di Marco Agrippa che oggi serve per il Sepolcro di Clemente XII.

      Orig.-Radierung, bez. Gio. Batta Piranesi Architetto inventò, ed incise in Roma. 392 x 242 mm. Ger. Kräftiger Abdruck, unter Passep. in altem Rahmen. Robison 102 Hind 79.5 Focillon 2 - Aus: (Opere varie) "Prima parte di Architetture, e Prospettive inventate, ed incise..." Mit der Platten-Nummer 334.a im ob. rechten Rand, was laut Robison auf eine Ausgabe bei Firmin-Didot und eine Datierung ab 1835 schließen läßt.

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        Darstellung der k. k. Haupt- und Residenzstadt Wien. Erste [bis dritte] Abtheilung in 3 Bänden.

      8. Mit 16 (dav. 7 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. 308 302 291 S., 6 Bll., LIX S., Marmor. Ppbde. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschildern. Erstausgabe. - Komplettes Exemplar der bekannten Wien-Topographie Schweickhardt von Sickingens. Die schönen Tafeln bringen neben einer Gesamtansicht auch Veduten der bedeutendsten Plätze und Straßen der Stadt. Der dritte Band behandelt die 34 Vororte Wiens, die 6 Tafeln dieser Abteilung bilden über Leopoldsstadt, Rennweg, Wieden, Spittelberg und Rossau einen geschlossen Panoramazyklus der Wiener Vorstädte von der Bastei aus gesehen. - Lt. Czeike wurde 1835 ein großer Teil der Werke Schweickhardts vernichtet, da dieser auf deren Titelblättern unberechtigterweise das Adelsprädikat "von Sickingen" führte. - Einbände etw. berieben u. bestoßen ein Gelenk angeplatzt. Titelbll. gestempelt. Tlw. etw. stockfleckig. - Gugitz 12082 Slg. Mayer 422 Slg. Eckl 577 Czeike V, 181 Nebehay/W. III, 679 Wurzbach XXXII, 349.

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        Le vieux chasseur ou La chasse en action. Avec 55 gravures dessinées par Forest . Edition Vade Mecum .

      12. Gest. Frontispiz, 178 S. Marmorierter Halblederband d.Z. mit Rückenvergoldung. Très bon exemplaire de ledition portative , les lithographies primitives de ledition originale ( 1835 ) ont été reduites et remplacés par des gravures sur acier ( Préface ) . Reliure decorative demi cuir de lepoque . Quelques rousseurs légères a linterieur, les coins de la couverture peu frottés . Bien complèt avec toutes les gravures. Edition très rare et recherchée. Gutes Exemplar der Erstausgabe der Taschenausgabe. Geringe Altersspuren, innen teils leicht fleckig, der dekorative Einband leicht berieben. Gegegüber der Erstausgabe von 1835 wurden zahlreiche Lithos gegen hochwertigere Stahlstichabbildungen ausgetauscht. Sehr selten. Schneller Versand auf Rechnung ( Vorauszahlung vorbehalten ) . Versand mit der Post bzw. DHL ( Lieferzeit : D ca. 3-5 Tage, EU ca. 5 - 12 Tage ) .

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        Souvenirblatt, Mittelbild umgeben von 18 Teilansichten, "Aussicht von der Bastey nach der Morgenseite".

      - Kupferstich a. a. China v. Ludw. Schütze n. Otto Wagner b. Morasch & Skerl in Dresden, um 1835, 33,5 x 46 Das Mittelbbild - mit weitem Blick in die Sächs. Schweiz - ist umgeben von 18 Teilansichten. Sie zeigen: Schandau, Kuhstall, grosser Winterberg, Rosenberg, Prebischtor, Herrnkretschen, Stiege und Kuhstall, Pfaffenloch, Hockstein, Hohnstein, Brand und Hohnstein, Lilienstein, Königstein, Lohmen, Pirna, Ottowaldergrund, Amselfall, Brücke und Bastei; unten eng beschnitten und restauriert.

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

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

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        Sammelblatt, "Vedute del Lago Maggiore".

      - Stahlstich n. Carol. Lose b. Luigi Zucoli, um 1835, 29 x 40,5 Seltenes Blatt. - Mittig Blick auf die Borromäischen Inseln, 13,5 x 19,5 cm.). Die Ansicht umgeben von 12 kleineren Ansichten von Städten und Landschaften am lago Maggiore. - Sesto Calende, Arona, Borromäus Statue, Isola Bella, Insola Madre, Isola Superiore, Ponte di Baveno, Pallanza, Intra, Laveno, Castelli di Canera, Luino. - Mit Widmung an den Grafen "Giberto Borromeo Arese". - Breitrandiges Blatt. 2 restaurierte Einrisse

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        Stadtplan, am linken und rechten Rand je 4 Innenansichten meist von Kirchen, "Pianta della Citta di Milano".

      - teilkol Stahlstich v. Capello n. Carol. Lose b. Fratelli Bettali, um 1835, 32,5 x 48 Seltenes Blatt. - Mittig der Stadtplan von Mailland im Rund ( Durchmesser: 33,8 cm.). Am linken und rechten Rand je 4 Innenansichten öffentlicher Gebäude von Mailand.

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        Most. Lustspiel in drei Aufzügen. Bühnenerinrichtung (Reclams Universal Bibliothek - RUB 3979).

      erste Ausgabe / sehr selten! Zustand: oberer Rücken ca. 2 cm eingerissen / Block geringfügig wellig / geringfügige Gebrauchsspuren / unaufgeschnitten die Autoren sind heute so gut wie unbekannt. _____________ Girndt Otto Schriftsteller und Buehnendichter geb. 6. Febr. 1835 in Landsberg a. d. Warthe studierte in Berlin und Heidelberg die Rechte dann Philosophie und Geschichte war darauf in Berlin als Redakteur verschiedener Zeitschriften taetig und lebt jetzt in Berchtesgaden. Einen Buehnenerfolg errang er zuerst mit dem Lustspiel Y 1 das 1865 auf dem Berliner Hoftheater zur Ausfuehrung kam und seitdem sind die meisten neuern dramatischen Arbeiten von ihm mit Beifall ueber die Buehnen gegangen. Er veroeffentlichte: Caesar Borgia Drama (Berl. 1864) Dramatische Werke (Hamb. 1867-74 2 Bde. darunter ein Drama: Charlottte Corday im uebrigen meist leichtere Lustspiele wie: Und Politische Grundsaetze etc.) die z. T. sehr wirksamen Lustspiele Orientalische Wirren (1877) Endlich (Berl. 1891) Dreizehn und Am andern Tage (beide in Reclams Universal-Bibliothek) andre Lustspiele und Possen (Mit Vergnuegen 1883 Die Sternschnuppe 1886 Nervoes 1889 Most) schrieb er in Gemeinschaft mit G. v. Moser. Von Tragoedien sind zu nennen: Dankelmann (Oldenb. 1882 preisgekroent) Das Reich des Gluecks (das. 1885) Erich Brahe (Berl. 1889) und das Schauspiel Die Schlacht bei Torgau (Oldenb. 1900) ausserdem: Novellen (das. 1867) Dramatische Gestalten Novellen (das. 1873 2 Bde.) Gemuetliche Gesellschaft humoristische Erzaehlungen (Leipz. 1875 2 Bde.) die Erzaehlungen: Romanhaft (Berl. 1880) und Die Rettung des Koenigs (das. 1882) sowie zahlreiche kleinere Humoresken. [Lexikon: Girndt. Meyers Grosses Konversations-Lexikon (1905) S. 71437 (vgl. Meyer Bd. 7 S. 866 ff.)]___Dieser Titel wird nicht per Versand verkauft sondern nur gegen Barzahlung in unseren Geschaeftsraeumen. Der Eintrag in unserer Datenbank dient lediglich der Information des interessierten Kunden. Bei Interesse sprechen Sie uns bitte an. Vielen Dank fuer Ihre Aufmerksamkeit!___

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        Eigenhändig geschriebener Brief. Mit Unterschrift. 17. Sept. 1835. 1 Seite.

      1835 - 22x13 cm. (wohl erhalten). Adrian Ludwig Richter (* 28. September 1803 in Dresden; + 19. Juni 1884 in Dresden), bedeutender Maler und Zeichner. Adressiert an (Kunsthändler C. G. Boerner in Leipzig) "Theuerster Freund, [.] Wenn meine Antwort nicht zu spät kommt, so bitte ich Dich, Freund Grunert herzlichst zu grüßen, u. ihm zu vermelden, daß das Bild leider noch nicht so weit ist, um es sogleich fortschicken zu können. [.] Meine Arbeit auf Stahl macht mir des Materials wegen keine Freude, u. ich weiß noch nicht, ob ichs fortsetzen werde [ ] Richter". Richter

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        Sämmtliche Schriften. Vollständige, vom Verfasser selbst besorgte, Verbesserte und vermehrte Original-Ausgabe letzter Hand. 31 Bände (hier in 26 Büchern)

      Stuttgart, Scheible\'s Buchhandlung,, 1835 - 1837. 1. Ausgabe (WG 40) 1 gestochenes Portr. (Langbein) und 32 Stahlstichtafeln 15 cm, Halbledereinband, dreiseitiger Farbschnitt Einbände in einem guten Zustand, Buchblöcke teils fleckenfrei, teils leichter und teils deutlicher braunfleckig Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        Zoology of New-York or the New-York Fauna comprising detailed descriptioms of all the animals hitherto observed within the State of New York. Part V. Mollusca and Part VI Crustacea. Albany, Caroll & Cook

      The volumes on Mollusca and Crustacea were published together. The Mollusca volume has 40 fine handcoloured plates. "In 1835, the New York State Assembly appropriated an enormous sum for the time, 104,000, for a complete survey of the geology and biology of the state. Although many other states were ordering similar surveys about the same time, New york's was the most impressive and important. Of the thirty thhick, quarto volumes, five dealt with zoology, covering all the vertebrates, plus crustaceans and mollusks..." (J. A. Moore, Nature and the New World, p. 169).

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        Das Leben Jesu kritisch betrachtet. Erste Ausgabe.

      Tübingen, Osiander 1835/1836. 2 Bde. gr.8. XVI, 731, (1) XII, 750, (2) S. Einfache Original-Pappbände d. Zt. (Einbände stärker berieben und bestossen, Besitzerst. a. Titel, Buchblöcke gut).

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        Photo-Album: Herrn Professor Dr. Fittig zu seinem 60ten Geburtstag gewidmet von seinen derzeitigen Assistenten und Schülern, 6ter Dezember 1895.

      Brauner Ganzlederband mit blindgeprägtem Vorderdeckel und Ganzrotschnitt ornamental, teils golden bedruckte Vorsatzpapiere und 15 starke Kartonblatt, 13 mit beidseitiger Passepartout-Ausstanzung (9 x 5 cm) und 26 eingesteckten Porträtphotographien. Die Photographien (10,3 x 6,3 cm), teils mit Goldschnitt, je mit gedruckter Angabe der Strassburger Photographen C. Münch, van Bosch, S. Gerschel bzw. Hofphotograph Georg Michel. Schließen fehlen, Einbandecken etwas bestoßen, Leder am hinteren Gelenk mit Einriß Kartons meist deutlich, Photographien teils etwas fleckig, sonst wohlerhaltener, wahrscheinlich unikaler Prachtband. Wilhelm Rudolph Fittig (* 6. Dezember 1835 in Hamburg 19. November 1910 in Straßburg) war ein deutscher Chemiker. Fittig entdeckte ein Verfahren zur Umwandlung von Halogenbenzolen zu Alkylbenzolen. Er synthetisierte die Methacrylsäure und aus Aceton das Pinakol, er klärte die Struktur von Benzochinon auf. Rudolph Fittig war der Sohn eines Privatschullehrers in Hamburg. Die Lebensverhältnisse waren sehr bescheiden, so dass der junge Fittig schon mit 16 Jahren als Lehrer an einer Privatschule wirkte. Fittig verdiente sich das Geld für das Studium bei der Pestalozzistiftung. 1856 begann Rudolph Fittig ein naturwissenschaftliches Studium an der Universität Göttingen. Auf Anraten von Traun belegte er Kurse in Chemie bei Friedrich Wöhler, in Physik, Botanik und Technologie. Im Oktober 1858 beendete Fittig sein Chemie-Studium mit einer Dissertation über Über Aceton bei Limprecht. Er arbeitete bei Friedrich Wöhler zusammen Friedrich Konrad Beilstein als Praktikumsassistent. Im August 1860 habilitierte sich Fittig mit einer Vorlesung über Auguste Laurent und Jean Baptiste Dumas und ihren Einfluss auf die theoretische organische Chemie. Fittig schrieb bald die Lehrbücher Grundriß der organischen Chemie (Berlin 1863), Grundriß der Chemie (Unorganische Chemie, Organische Chemie (Leipzig 1871, 1873)). Ab 1865 gab Fittig zusammen mit Beilstein die Zeitschrift für Chemie heraus. Im Jahr 1866 wurde Fittig ordentlicher Professor in Göttingen, 1870 ging Fittig nach Tübingen. 1876 wurde Fittig Nachfolger von Adolf von Baeyer an der Universität Straßburg. Hier wurde unter seiner Ägide ein neues chemisches Labor errichtet. 1895/1896 wurde Fittig zum Rektor der Universität gewählt. 1902 beendete Fittig seine Lehrtätigkeit. Er ist Mitentwickler der nach ihm und nach Adolphe Wurtz benannten Wurtz-Fittig-Synthese für Kohlenwasserstoffe. Zu seinen bedeutenden Entdeckungen gehören die Summenformel für Fructose und Glucose, sowie die chemischen Substanzen Pinakolin und Biphenyl. (Quelle: Wikipedia)

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        Soggetti pittoreschi e Costumi di Venezia incisi all'acqua forte...

      presso l'Autore, s.a. (ma 1835). Cm. 24,5, frontespizio inciso, pp. (2) d'indice + 23 (di 24!) tavole incise all'acquaforte. Leg. in cart. muto. Leggere arrossature marginali, ma bell'esemplare, genuino ed a pieni margini. Rara e ricercata raccolta di soggetti veneziani. Esemplare che, come molto spesso accade, si presenta censurato, ovvero privo (dall'origine?) della tavola n. 10 la quale è intitolata "passeggiata sentimentale" e la cui visione non deve essere stata gradita per la morale del tempo.

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        William Henry Harrison as Presidential Candidate Determined "to Make no Pledges" - While Affirming His Anti-Masonic Position

      Cincinnati, Ohio 1835 - Autograph Letter Signed, to William Ayres. Cincinnati, Ohio, November 25, 1835. 4 pp., 7 1/2 x 12 in. "I set out with a determination to make no pledges - If the Anti Masons rely upon my openly avowed opinions against Masonry one would suppose that they ought to be satisfied with the certainty of their having a full proportion of my confidences."Future U.S. President William Henry Harrison demonstrates exceptional political acumen by revealing his credo not to make pledges, and is keenly aware that his actions to get nominated may be used against him in the actual campaign. Harrison also resents that Anti-Masonic leader Thaddeus Stevens, is "determined to support [Daniel] Webster under any circumstances or any person but any old Jeffersonian Democrat like myself." Partial Transcript"I received yesterday a letter from Mr. [Thaddeus] Stevens.He declines publishing my letter because, as he says, it will create an insurmountable barrier between the Anti-Masons & myself. His object seems to be to procure from me a declaration that I will, if elected, appoint no adhering Mason to office in anti-Mason states. This appears to me to be new ground taken by the Anti-Masons and which cannot but result in injury to their cause - could any President make the declaration that he would be governed by that principle & decline to act upon the converse proposition in states where the anti-Masons were in a majority? Indeed it would be very questionable whether Pennsyl[vani]a could be called in strict propriety an anti-Masonic state. Our friend [Joseph] Ritner did not obtain a majority of the whole number of of [sic] votes taken at the last election. I am decidedly of opinion that an irreperable [sic] blow would be given to the Anti-Masonic cause by the adoption of the course recommended by Mr. Stevens. No person who would avow such principles can possibly be elected to the Presidency. He would not get an Electoral vote in one of the Western States. And I think it extremely probable that the avowal of such sentiments would be the means of concentrating an opposition in the Senate of the United States against the anti Masonic interest sufficiently strong to prevent the passage of an anti-Masonic nomination.Mr. Stevens forgets that the President whom the anti-Masons might elect could do them little or no good if the Senate were opposed to them.I do not mean to express any opinion which should govern the appointments to office in Pennsyl[vani]a - I confine myself exclusively in my remarks to the Govt of the U States.If I understand Mr Stevens aright the only fault he now finds in my course is that of my being unwilling to pledge myself to appoint no adhering Mason to office in an anti-Masonic state. Now even if I were determined to do so I would not pledge myself to do it - for I set out with a determination to make no pledges - If the Anti Masons rely upon my openly avowed opinions against Masonry one would suppose that they ought to be satisfied with the certainty of their having a full proportion of my confidences.Can it be possible that the anti-Masons will nominate a candidate who will not get a single electoral vote in any of the Western states or South of the Potomac? I refer to Mr [John Quincy] Adams not to Mr [Daniel] Webster. Mr. Stevens' course here is attributed to his Federalism & that he had determined to support Mr. Webster under any circumstances or any other person but any old Jeffersonian Democrat like myself. I however think that he is really sincere in saying that he would have preferred me if I could have come up to his standards of anti-Masonry. But will Mr. Webster or any of the other persons who have been thought of for the Presidency go further than I go? Perhaps Mr. Adams might - but what earthly chance could he stand to succeed. It appears to me that Mr. Stevens does not consider all the consequences which would result from a candidate for the Presidency pledging himself in . (See website for full description)

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        Spaziergänge in den Umgebungen von Salzburg. Neue mit vielen lithographischen Ansichten vermehrte Original-Ausgabe. Beigebunden: Die Spaziergänge in den Umgebunden Salzburgs zweiter Band.

      Quer-12. 212 + 3 S. und 29 Tafeln. OPp. der Zeit. Mit 29 Lithographien. Titel auf S. 104 doppelt eingebunden. Zwei Teile in einem. N/W 711. - Priv. Widm. a. fl. V., dat. 1835, Ebd. etw. berieben, tlw. stockfleckig. - Mit den Ansichten Salzburg, Klessheim, Neuthor, Leopoldskron, Aigen, Hellbrunn, St. Johanns Spital, St. Rochus, Residenzplatz, Domplatz, Reitschule, Mirabell, Maria Plain, Gollinger Wasserfall, Dürrnberg, Schellenberg, Berchtesgaden, Königssee, Kesselbach, Obersee, Schloß Glaneck, Fürstenbrunn und Mondsee u.a.

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        Stadtplan, umgeben von 14 Ansichten "Der vorzüglichsten Gebäuden neuerer Zeit.".

      - altkol. Lithographie n. Carl Graf Vasques, 1835, 49 x 62 Nebehay-Wagner 775/I. Schöner Plan des mittelalterlichen Wiens ( 1147 ) mit den 14 Randansichten aus der berühmten Serie der Wiener Bezirkspläne von Vasquez. Die einzelnen Randansichten: 1. Pfarr Kirche S. Peter (Paulusch, Ikonografie Österreichs, W 1464), 2. Deutsche Ordens-Ritter-Haus Singer Strasse N°. 879 (W 329), 3. K.K. geheime Haus Hof u. Staatskanzley Ballhaus Platz No.19 [Bundeskanzleramt] (W 172), 4. Der Theseus Tempel (W 2167), 5. S.Ruprecht am Ruprechts Steig (W 1658), 6. Kirche der Kapuziner am Neuen:Markt (W 1122), 7. Magistrats-Gebäude, die Stadt Wien, Wipplinger-Strasse N°. 385 [altes Rathaus] (W. 1583), 8. Das Paradies-Gärtchen (W 2134), 9. Stift Schotten auf der Freyung N°. 136 [Schottenkirche] (W 1714), 10. Kohlmarkt (W 1187), 11. K.K. Burg [Leopoldinischer Trakt mit Karlskirche im Hintergrund] (W 831), 12. Die ehemalige Reichskanzeley ein Theil der k.k. Burg [Franzensplatz] (W 530), 13. Joseph's Platz (W 1042), 14. Graben (W 688); breitrandig und gut erhalten.

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        Lehre von den Baustoffen. (in 4 Abteilungen) 1. Von den natürlichen Bausteinen. 2. Von den künstlichen Bausteinen und Verbindungsstoffen. 3. Lehre vom Bauholze. 4. Lehre von den Metallen. (=Vollständiges Lehrbuch der gesammten Baukunst Bd. 1)

      200, 131, 183, 168 S. Halbleder Die 4. Abteilung von 1835. Alle Abteilungen in einem Band. Einband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Rotschnitt. 4 Sehr sauberes und frisches Exemplar. Sehr guter Zustand

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        Teilansicht, Eremitage, Blick über die Newa, "Vue de Petersbourg ( N° 10).

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

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

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

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        6 PIECES DIVERSES CONTRE LES DOCTRINES DE LAMENNAIS.

      1835. Douladoure. Toulouse / Fevrier. Strasbourg/ Gaume. Paris/ Id./ Le Clere. Paris/ Kersten. Liege. 1835 XXXIX+ 215 p./ 96p./ 99p./ 189 p./ VIII+ 110 p./ 29 eur. (21 cm) Enc. holandesa muy fatigada. A

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        Partizione de' Puritani, Opera in tre Atti, Poesia del Conte Pepoli... Ridotta con accompagnemento di Piano-Forte, del maestro Tadolini... Prezzo 50f. Publication Posthume. [Piano-vocal score]

      Paris: Pacini [PNs 3148, -52, -54, -57, 57(B), -58-59, -70-72]], 1835. Probable first complete edition, first issue. Lippmann p. 390. Crawford p. 33. I puritani, to a libretto by Carlo Pepoli after the play by J.-A. F.-P. Ancelot and Xavier (J. X. Boniface dit Saintine), Têtes Rondes et Cavaliers, was first performed in Paris at the Théâtre Italien on January 24, 1835. It was the composer's final opera. "In its harmony and scoring I puritani is Bellini's most sophisticated opera - a direct consequence, no doubt, of its having been written for a Parisian audience. To the same cause we may ascribe its unusual wealth of thematic recall, which was a regular feature of contemporary French opera." Simon Maguire, Elizabeth Forbes, and Julian Budden in Grove Music Online.. Folio. 19th century quarter dark red morocco with matching textured paper boards, titling and rules to spine gilt, initials "M.D." gilt to upper. 1f. (title), 1f. (lithographic portrait of Bellini by J. Cabochet et Cie. after Victor), 1f. (recto thematic index, verso blank), 251, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Binding very slightly worn. Minor to moderate foxing and browning.

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        Il compilatore delle cognizioni utili. Anno Io ( - 5o). Cagliari. Novembre 1835 - Dicembre 1839

      s. e, 1835-39. 2 voll. in 8, pp. 48; 40 + 386; 370 + (4); 384; 381 + (3) con 2 tavv. f. t. in lit. rip. e 1 tabella pu' volte rip. . M. pl. coeva, il secondo vol. con ampie manc. al d. riparate. Tutto il pubblicato di questo raro periodo tecnico scientifico sardo, pubblicato dal farmacista cagliaritano Stefano Todde col proposito di raccogliere un ampio bagaglio di nozioni atte al progresso tecnico e scientifico nell'isola. Un ampio spazio hanno gli articoli di carattere agricolo, il numero del maggio 1837 e' interamente dedicato all'apicoltura con a coredo due belle tavole. Altri articoli sono dedicati alla diffusione di principi di economia, altri ancora si occupano della descrizioni di luoghi lontani, usi di popolazioni ecc. All'interno compaiono notizie e riferimenti alla Sardegna, alla sua agricoltura, all'allevamento a fatti quali la fondazione della Camera di agricoltura commercio ed arti a Sassari ecc. ITA

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        THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D., INCLUDING A JOURNAL OF HIS TOUR TO THE HEBRIDES...; To which are added Anecdotes by Hawkins, Piozzi, Murphy, Tyers, Reynolds, Steevens, &c. and notes by various hands. In Ten Volumes

      London: John Murray, 1835. Color Plates Edition. Morocco. Fine. Ten volumes. Complete with 30 hand-colored, engraved plates; 10 hand-colored title-page vignettes; 12 facsimile manuscripts. Bound of Bayntun of Bath in full burgundy morocco, gilt extra (each volume with elaborate designs on the spine and both covers, dentelles, binder's imprint, all edges gilt). Absolutely fine condition. 6.5" x 4"

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        Autograph document. No place, [after 1835].

      1835. Oblong small 4to. ¾ p. "Starks meteorol[ogisches]s Jahrbuch [...] / Cuviers Thierreich, von Voigt [...] / annales de Mines [...] / de Kirckhoff hist. des maladies observées à l'armée française [...] / address of Earl Stanhope to the medico-botanical Society".

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        Homeri Iliados picturae antiquae ex codice Mediolanensi bibliothecae Ambrosianae

      Rome 1835 - Original paperboards binding, worn to edges with a crack to spine joint. Engraved title page, 26 pages, 67 engraved plates, the manuscript known as the "Ambrosian Homer". Complete. Very clean throughout. Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Saxonia. Museum für Sächische Vaterlandskunde.

      Eduard Pietzsch und Comp., Dresden 1835 - 5 Bde. Dresden, Eduard Pietzsch und Comp., 1835-1841. 4°. VIII, 118 S.; VIII, 132 S.; IV, 130 S.; IV, 124 S.; VI, 124 S. Mit 362 lithographierten Tafeln. Marm. OPp. mit rotem Rsch. Einband tlw. stärker berieben, Ecken bestossen. Einige Lagen lose. Papierbedingt gebräunt u. fleckig. Einband von Bd.5, gelöst. Sprache: DE Einband tlw. stärker berieben, Ecken bestossen. Einige Lagen lose. Papierbedingt gebräunt u. fleckig. Einband von Bd.5, gelöst. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Nouveau plan itinéraire de la ville de Paris divisé en 12 arr. avec tous les édifices publics.

      Paris, J. Andriveau-Goujon, 1835. En 36 sections montées sur toile et pliées, formant un plan de 585 x 858 mm, étiquette de l'éditeur J. Andriveau-Goujon au dos avec liste du fonds de l'éditeur sur papier jaune, sous chemise et étui de papier marbré. Beau plan de Paris, gravé par Perrier et Gallet, écrit par Lale, graveur au Dépôt de la Guerre. Avec table alphabétique des rues. Bel exemplaire aux contours aquarellés à l'époque.

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        Mammalium exoticorum novorum vel minus rite cognitorum Musei Academici Zoologici descriptiones et icones. Text in latein.

      Petersburg, Akademie und Leipzig, Verlag Leopold Voss, 1835. Mit 19 Abbildungen auf Tafeln, davon sind 13 koloriert., 106 Seiten Text + Tafeln., Gr.-8°. Halbleinwand mit Leinwandecken., Einband etwas berieben. Papier altersbedingt gilb und teils minimal stockfleckig. Insgesamt sehr schönes und seltenes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Zoologie

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        A Manuscript Found in a Bottle, in The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1836 (author of The Raven, Fall of the House of Usher, Annabel Lee)

      Carey and Hart, Philadelphia, 1835 - First Edition. A lovely copy with re-backing to the spine and some minor wear to the edges. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the pages are clean with some wear. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A scarce copy containing the first appearance of Poe's classic tale, A Manuscript Found in a Bottle. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TA., Domansicht, "Dom zu Antwerpen".

      - Lithographie v. I. Bergmann n. D. Quaglio b. Velten in Karlsruhe, um 1835, 61 x 48,2 (H) Beeindruckende Ansicht.

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        Paracelsus. FIRST EDITION.

      Effingham Wilson. 1835 Half title; lightly browned with the occasional spot. Orig. drab boards; some sl. rubbing to extremities, corners sl. bumped. A superb copy in the original boards. In a sl. rubbed half green morocco slip-case.Wise 2. Some copies were issued with a paper label and a 12-page publisher's catalogue dated January 1836. The subject of Paracelsus, the 16th century philosopher and scientist, was suggested by the Count Amédée de Ripert-Monclar, to whom Browning dedicated this work. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature describes Paracelsus

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        Annual Register of Indian Affairs

      1835 - MCCOY, Isaac. The Annual Register of Indian Affairs within the Indian (or Western) Territory. No. 1. Published by Isaac McCoy. Shawanoe Baptist Mission House, Ind. Ter. January 1, 1835. [Kansas Territory]: Shawanoe Mission, J. Meeker, Printer, 1835. Slim octavo, original printed tan stiff paper wrappers, stitched as issued, uncut; pp.48. Housed in custom windowed portfolio. $7500.First edition, association copy of the first work printed in English in the Kansas territory, Isaac McCoy's self-published 1835 Annual Register of Indian Affairs championing Indian rights, from the library of Jacksonian Congressman Samuel Beardsley, inscribed on the front wrapper, "Hon. Saml. Beardsley, Washi""D.C." (inscription partially trimmed), with prospectus printed on wrappers.Isaac McCoy was appointed a Baptist missionary to Indians and Illinois in 1817 and there formed "the idea of a permanent Indian country, west of Missouri." An 1824 trip to Washington, D.C. to present his plan to Secretary of War Calhoun, "marked the shift in his career from a missionary to a political lobbyist". McCoy favored a policy of negotiation that respected the tribes' right to ratify or to reject removal treaties, but he came to be convinced that removing the Indians from the lands east of the Mississippi was the only way to save them. McCoy's proposal of an Indian state called for the consolidation of all the Indians in the West and the dissolution of the tribal organization". In 1828 he was also appointed to a commission to manage the removal of the Ottawa and the Miami to the West". [and] came to support Andrew Jackson's removal policy, although he criticized its emphasis on removal rather than colonization". In May 1830, McCoy was commissioned to survey the boundaries of the domains assigned to the various Indian tribes" (ANB). In1833, McCoy's son Jotham brought a printing press to his father's Kansas mission and "in January 1835 McCoy issued from this press the first of four numbers of The Annual Register of Indian Affairs." McCoy later traveled to Washington "several times to plead the Indians' cause, reporting directly to government agencies" (Wagner-Camp 81). This rare first edition of his first publication on Indian Affairs was published to argue for the better treatment of Indians by presenting "correct historical sketches of the past, and information respecting their present condition," in hopes "that it is not too late to rescue from ruin, the scattered remnants of this noble race of men." This "first number" of four pamphlets was issued on a subscription basis. Although McCoy intended for a continuing series of pamphlets to be published, the series ended in 1848 with number four. This "first number was the first English book printed in Kansas" (Howes M67). Sabin 43110; Graff 2586-8; Wagner-Camp 38, 46a, 81. This association copy is inscribed on the front wrapper to Samuel Beardsley, who represented New York in the United States Congress (1831-36), served as Chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary and and returned to Congress (1843-44) before his appointment to the New York Supreme Court (1844-47).Text generally fresh with light foxing, faint margin dampstaining, bit of loss to upper right corner of front wrapper, tape repairs to wrapper. An extremely good association copy of this rare work. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage

      1835 - ROSS, John. Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions". Including the Reports of Commander, now Captain, James Clark Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole. London: A.W. Webster, 1835. Thick quarto, original patterned blue cloth rebacked with original spine laid down, gilt-stamped spine label. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $4000.First edition, large-paper copy, of Ross' Narrative, with 30 full-page charts, copper plates and lithographs (nine with vivid original hand-coloring), and a large color-outlined folding map of the region."In 1829, frustrated by the lack of progress [in search of a northwest passage], a philanthropic gin distiller, Felix Booth, sponsored John Ross's second expedition. With his nephew James Clark Ross as second-in-command, Ross sailed down Prince Regent Sound in search of an opening to the west. The two Rosses mapped James Ross Strait and parts of King William Island and in 1831 James located the Magnetic North Pole. The Ross expedition then disappeared in the ice-bound Gulf of Boothia until 1833" (Goetzman & Williams, 186). A "wonderfully interesting narrative of human endurance, triumphing over the most awful peril and suffering. The sumptuous printing which makes every page a picture has even its luxury enhanced by the splendid steel engravings and lithographs. The former are so excellent as to be worthy of preservation as gems of art" (Field 1321). "Let no man imagine that he knows what a present is worth," Ross wrote, "until he has found what happiness can be produced by a blue bead, a yellow button, a needle, or a piece of an old iron hoop" (Lehane, 113). Without the supplementary appendix volume. Artic Bibliography 14866. Stam 2.6. Abbey Travel II:636. Sabin 73381. Staton & Tremaine 1808. Hill I:261. Original binder's ticket tipped in. Owner annotation on front free endpaper.Text and plates fine, expert cloth tape repair at stub of map. A lovely, large, wide-margined and uncut copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouveaux Contes populaires

      â€¦Traduits de l'Anglais par Mme Élise Voïard. Four vols. Small 8vo, cont. green sheep-backed green boards maroquiné, single gilt fillet round sides, flat spines gilt. Paris: P. Baudouin, 1835. First edition in French of this collection of four short novels by Edgeworth (1767-1849). Élise Voïart (1786-1866), translator of many English and German works into French, was also a novelist. Fine set, signed by Prince Dietrichstein on the free front endpapers. WorldCat locates no set in North America.

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        Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane par Le Sage. Vignettes par Jean Gigoux.

      Paris, Paulin, 1835, 1 volume, in-4 (en réalité grand in-8), relié, 972 p.. Frontispice, 600 gravures sur bois par Jean Gigoux, gravées par Brévière, Lavoignat, Porret, Thompson, etc., texte encadré d'un double filet noir. Reliure d'époque signée Bonhomme, demi veau glacé vert à coins, dos à trois nerfs orné d'un décor romantique doré, titre doré, filet doré en bordure des cuirs, choc à la coiffe supérieure, petite usure aux coins et aux coupes, infimes rousseurs aux gardes blanches et au faux-titre, le reste de l'ouvrage est très blanc. L'ouvrage marque une révolution de la gravure sur bois à l'époque romantique grace à la technique dite du bois de bout. Bel exemplaire. ************* PROMO : Envoi gratuit en courrier suivi et assurance à partir de 20 € d'achat (France seulement), remise 20 % pour commande supérieure à 60 €.

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        View of New York City as It Appeared on the Eve of the Fire, 1835

      - Gouache on paper Paper size: 28" x 20" Signed, dated, and inscribed at (l.c.): ‘View of the City of New York as it appeared on the evening of the fire 16th Dec 1835 from the mill at Brooklyn’; (at l.r.): ‘From N. Calyo. 402.Broadway.N.York’ References: Patterson, Margaret Sloane: ‘Nicolino Calyo and His Paintings of the Great Fire of New York, December 16th and 17th, 1835," The American Art Journal, XIV (Spring 1982), pp. 4-22. This striking original watercolor of New York is the work of Nicolino Calyo, a talented immigrant artist who captured a unique view of the city during one of the most epochal events of the nineteenth century. In his View of New York as It Appeared on the Eve of the Fire, 1835, the artist rendered the blaze in Manhattan from the shoreline in Brooklyn. The sky is drenched a dramatic red as the fire licks the night sky. A handful of spectators crowd at the waters edge and beneath the windmill at the right, watching the devastation. Although volunteer fire companies promptly arrived at the scene of the blaze on the night of December 16th, 1835, New York was gripped by the coldest weather recorded in decades. The firemen were virtually powerless as their water supplies and horses froze in the sub-zero clime. The fire, which began at a dry goods establishment of Comstock and Andrews at 25 Mercer (now Beaver) Street, raged out of control for fifteen hours. In its wake, nearly the whole of the First Ward of Manhattan, the heart of New York’s commercial, financial, and civic district, was consumed. Calyo’s career reflects a restless spirit of enterprise and adventure. Descended from the line of the Viscontes di Calyo of Calabria, the artist was the son of a Neapolitan army officer. Calyo received his formal training in art at the Naples Academy, and his career took shape amidst the political turbulence of early-19th century Italy, Spain, and France. He fled Naples after choosing the loosing side of struggles of 1820-21, and by 1829 was part of an Italian exile community in Malta. This was the keynote of a peripatetic life that saw the artist travel through Europe, to America, within America, perhaps to Europe again, and back to America. Calyo’s forte was close observation of people and places, meticulously rendered in the precise topographical tradition of his fellow countrymen, Canaletto and Francesco Guardi. In search of artistic opportunity, Calyo left Malta and, by 1834, was on the opposite side of the Atlantic Ocean in Baltimore, Maryland. He rapidly drew attention for his artistically rendered visual images of familiar locales, executed with a degree of polish and skill that was second nature for artists trained in the European academic tradition. Calyo arrived and settled in New York in 1835, inspired by the sights of the flourishing metropolis. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Law Relating to Highways, Comprising the Statute 5 & 6 Will. IV. Cap. 50, (Passed 31st August, 1835,) with Table of Contents, Explanatory Notes, Forms, References, and a Copious Index

      London: Shaw and Sons, 137 & 138, Fetter Lane, Fleet Street [etc.], 1835. Original boards, printed paper label, quite worn, joints cracking but holding, else a very good, clean, untrimmed copy in unsophisticated state The rare first edition of an enormously successful work, written by the able Inner Temple barrister whose official government functions spanned much of the 19th century, the work itself reaching a 21st edition in 1967; one copy in OCLC in the USA

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        Lodore

      1835 - (SHELLEY, Mary). Lodore. By the Author of "Frankenstein." Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1835. Octavo, contemporary half red pebbled morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers. $2500.Early edition of this autobiographical novel by Mary Shelley, published the same year as the scarce London first.This autobiographical novel is based on a number of people and events from her early life, including her relationships with her father, William Godwin, and her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley (as well as his relationship with his first wife, Harriet, who committed suicide). Lodore had greater success than any of Shelley's novels since Frankenstein. Editions were brought out in Paris, Brussels and New York in the same year as the now scarce London first. Contemporary owner signature to title page.Interior generally clean; contemporary binding near-fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Campiglia / Casa (Maison) Serristori e Campiglia / Vallata di (Vallée de) Campiglia.

      - Dal "Viaggio Pittorico nelle Maremme Toscane e all'Isola dell'Elba disegnato da Carlo Muller Pittore Paesista Svizzero. Inciso e pubblicato da Fortunato De Fournier. Con opportune illustrazioni ed alcuni cenni sulla vita di questo celebre artista in italiano e in francese". Firenze, 1835. La prima tavola: incisione in rame all'acquaforte in delineato, b/n cm 29 x 34,5 (alla lastra) più margini bianchi, titolo corsivo "Campiglia" al centro del margine inferiore. Da questa pubblicazione, difficile a reperirsi, rara veduta di Campiglia (non ancora Campiglia Marittima), con il paese arroccato sulla sinistra del foglio e la chiesina di San Giovanni sul lasto opposto, alla destra del foglio, poi la vegetazione marittima in primo piano. La seconda tavola, composta di due scene separate: incisione in rame all'acquaforte in delinato e all'acquatinta (la prima scena) e incisione in rame all'acquaforte in delinato (la seconda scena), cm 27,5 x 55 (alla lastra) più margini bianchi, titoli corsivi "Casa (Maison) Serristori" e "Campiglia" al centro del margine inferiore; l'una scena è animata con uomo a cavallo difronte alla villa, l'altra fa vedere uno uno scorcio del borgo. La terza tavola: incisione in rame all'acquaforte in delinato, cm 38 x 56 (alla lastra) più margini bianchi, titolo corsivo "Vallata di (Vallée de) Campiglia" al centro del margine inferiore; la tavola presenta il paese arroccato sulla destra del foglio, un' ampia veduta della vallata con al centro, isolata, l'affascinante chiesetta di San Giovanni. Rare. Un po' di foxing e alcuni minimi strappetti marginali, peraltro fogli in buono stato di conservazione (qui compare soltanto la fotografia della prima tavola; la richiesta si riferisce alle tre tavole).

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        Wien\'s Umgebungen auf zwanzig Stunden im Umkreise (nach eigenen Wanderungen geschildert) - 3 Bände KOMPLETT.

      Carl Gerold; 1835 - 1839. Orig.Erstausgabe; 552/ 634/ 686 Seiten; mit lithographischen Tafeln, Karten und Plänen; Gebundene Ausgabe/ Orig.Halbleder; Das hier angebotene Werk stammt aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt leicht nachgedunkelt; der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 3 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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

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

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