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        WAKAN] EHON SAKIGAKE: PICTURE BOOK OF LEADERS OF CHINA AND JAPAN. Alternate Japanese Title: EHON SAKIGAKE. Alternate English Title:THE BOOK OF HEROES STRONG AS DEMONS.

      ONE OF HOKUSAI'S MOST IMPORTANT AND FAMOUS BOOK OF HEROES [Edo 1836, - Kozanbo]. Original stitched green wrs., very good, 31 woodcuts prints, 15.5 x 23.5 cm., blind-stampedcovers a bit scuffed, contents clean, NO WORMING, solid, avariant with uncolored frontis. S C A R C E Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        GIECH. "Giech." Blick auf die Burgruine Giech, links die Wahlfahrtskapelle Gügel, im Hintergrund Schesslitz. Die Ansicht umrahmt von gotischen Ornamenten, zwei Ritterfiguren und Wappen; im unteren Rand Daten und Erklärungen zur Geschichte der Burg, geschrieben v. M. Landgraf.

      - Lithographie von Philipp Herrlein nach M. Landgraf, Fürth, 1836, 36 x 41 cm Das seltene Ereignisblatt in einem schönen, breitrandigen Exemplar.

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        "Giech." Blick auf die Burgruine Giech, links die Wahlfahrtskapelle Gügel, im Hintergrund Schesslitz. Die Ansicht umrahmt von gotischen Ornamenten, zwei Ritterfiguren und Wappen; im unteren Rand Daten und Erklärungen zur Geschichte der Burg, geschrieben v. M. Landgraf.

      . Lithographie von Philipp Herrlein nach M. Landgraf, Fürth, 1836, 36 x 41 cm. Das seltene Ereignisblatt in einem schönen, breitrandigen Exemplar.

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        The War in Florida

      Baltimore: Lewis and Coleman, 1836. First edition. Large folding frontispiece map, 2 folding plans. viii, 184 pp. 8vo. Contemporary marbled boards, rebacked in black cloth. Some light foxing througout, small unobtrusive hole and tears to frontispiece map, contemporary bookplate removed from front pastedown. Second Seminole War An account of the causes and beginning hostilities of the Second Seminole War by Potter Woodburne, a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. "Unsparingly critical of Jackson, Jesup and the Secretary of War" (Howes).Copy belonging to Benson J. Lossing (1813-1891), an historian of American history who wrote popular illustrated works on the American Revolution and the Civil War and wrote features for Harper's Weekly.

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        LEWIS'S SKETCHES OF SPAIN AND SPANISH CHARACTER, MADE DURING A TOUR OF THAT COUNTRY, IN THE YEARS 1833-4

      Published by FG. Moon, Printseller to the King, 20, Threadneedle Street and John F. Lewis, London 1836 - Quarter brown morocco, stain to outer edge of plates 25 LARGE LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES COMPLETE- frontispiece, lithographic title with vignette, dedication to David Wilkie, list of plates and 24 plates. Printed at G. Hullmandel's Lithographic Establishment, 49, Gt. Marlborough Street. Folio [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Romantische Schule

      Hamburg: Hoffmann und Campe, 1836. First edition. Pp. [ii]-viii, [1]-348. Bound without half title. 1 vols. 8vo. Later patterned boards, morocco spine label. Fine. Half morocco slipcase and chemise.

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        La Patriarcale Basilica Liberiana, illustrata per cura di Agostino Valentini.

      1836 - 2 tomes en 1 volume in-folio, demi-basane de l'éd., dos long orné (coiffes us., une partie du papier des plats manque)./82+90 pp. et 136 planches gravées au trait. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Opera. Oeuvres traduites en francais avec le texte en regard er des notes par J.-F. Gregoire et J.-L. Collombet. 3 volumes.

      Lyon and Paris, Rusand et Poussielgue-Rusand, 1836.. 8°. XXXIX, 446, 496, 483 pages and some 700 additional leaves with manuscripts! Contemporary half-cloth. Latin and French parallel text throughout with notes. - This is a special working copy, withdrawn from the library of the Monumenta Germaniae. It belonged to the scholar Christian Lütjohann (1846-1884) who worked at that institution on Sidonius and prepared an edition of the "Epistulae et carmina" but died before he could publish. It was then edited from his notes by Theodor Mommsen in 1887. - The 3 volumnes here have white leaves bound between the Latin and the French text and the Latin text is very amply commentated and emendated by Lütjohann! There are thousands of comments and corrections that led to the edition published after Lütjohann s death by Mommsen, but many of his comments and alternatives will not have found their way into the printed edition. These volumes with their manuscript notes in different colours are an impressive document of 19th century scholarship of textual criticism. - Small old stamps, spines with labels, bindings rubbed and bumped, traces of use, but altogether well preserved. - Unique annotated copy.

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        THE TOURIST OR POCKET MANUAL FOR TRAVELLERS ON THE HUDSON RIVER, THE WEST CANAL AND STAGE ROAD TO THE NIAGRA FALLS DOWN LAKE ONTARIO AND THE ST. LAWRENCE TO MONTREAL AND QUEBEC. COMPRISING ALSO THE ROUTES TO LEBANON, BALLSTON AND SARATOGA SPRINGS

      Some rubbing to extremities. Light, occasional foxing. Endpapers a bit browned ; Large beautiful fold - out map at front of the Hudson from Saratoga county to the Rariton bay: "An Improved Map of the Hudson River, with the Post Roads between N. York & Albany. Published by Harper & Br.. Drawn & Engraved Expressly for the Tourist" (same map as edition of 1836) ; 12mo; 108 pages

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        Mickie. Lake Macquarie. Newcastle Tribe

      Sydney: J.G. Austin, n.d. but circa, 1836. Original lithograph, 190 x 255 mm. (paper size); a small amount of aging otherwise very good, signed in the plate lower left WHF. Mickie, as is stated in the caption, was from Lake Macquarie, NSW, but otherwise very little appears to be recorded about him. The military-style short coat he is wearing may suggest that he has been living in contact with soldiers: it is interesting to note that another man in the same series by William Fernyhough and from the same tribe, Boardman, is wearing a very similar outfit. The original pencil sketch for this engraving is part of an album now held in the Mitchell Library.The series of Aboriginal portraits were produced by Austin and Fernyhough from their studio in Bridge Street, Sydney. Fernyhough (1809-1849), the driving force in the production of these portraits, arrived in the colony in 1836, trained as a surveyor and draughtsman, and was able to contribute enormously to the fledgling printing industry. He was the first to use Zincography, and in September 1836 the Sydney Times stated 'It would have been next to an impossibility before the arrival of Mr. Fernyhough in the Colony a few months ago, to have obtained such excellent lithographic and zincographic prints, as may now be used to embellish our Colonial literature.'This striking image of Mickie from Newcastle is from the very rare series Profile Portraits of the Aborigines issued in Sydney in 1836.

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Stuttgart, 13. V. 1836. - 4to. 1 p. To an unnamed addressee, sending an "Italian epistle" and promising to keep the full score ready when his addressee will require it. - Born in Koblenz as the son of a tenor, Lindpaintner studied under Peter Winter and Joseph Graetz. His best known opera "Der Vampyr" has similarities with Weber's "Der Freischütz" and the later operas of Richard Wagner. - Somewhat wrinkled, and some damage to edges.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Vue Interieure Du Pa De Kahouwera. (Nouvelle Zelande) - Lithograph

      - 1836-9. An abandoned Maori pa on the eastern headland of Paroa Bay, Bay of Islands. Size of image 190mm x 283mm, with mounting 430mm x 535mm. A very good original hand-coloured lithograph from D'Urville's voyage 1836-9. Coloured copies like this are very rare.

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        Memoire sur une maniere nouvelle ...l'operation de la pierre

      Paris: J.-B. Bailliere, 1836. 1st edition. Remarkable Life-Size Plates Dupuytren, Guillaume, baron (1777-1835). Memoire sur une maniere nouvelle de pratiquer l'operation de la pierre . . . Termine et publie par J. L. Sanson et par L. J. Begin. . . . Folio. [4], 50pp. 10 lithographed plates (9 by N. H. Jacob, 1 by A. Chazal, printed by Langlume). Paris: Bailliere, 1836. 589 x 437 mm. Quarter morocco, gilt, uncut, 19th century style. 2 small repairs to title margin, minor ink staining in upper margin of title & 1 or 2 plates, a little soiling, ink notation on 2nd leaf.,but very good. First Edition. Elaborates on Dupuytren's method of bilateral lithotomy, with statistical results; also discusses Sanson's rectovesical lithotomy and the then popular lithotrity. Remarkable for its life-size plates, boldy drawn by Jacob, Bourgery's artist. Rare, not in Waller or Wellcome, or cited in Murphy. Murphy 122 re Sanson. Barsky 192.

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        Les Saints Évangiles

      Paris: L. Curmer, 1836. Engraved and hand-illuminated title, hand-illuminated head-piece and initial, 22 engraved plates, 2 engraved and hand-colored maps of the Holy Land. lxxx, [2], 263, [1]; [iv], 460 pp., text within engraved border. 2 vols. Tall 8vo. Vellum blocked in gilt to a cathedral design, silver moiré endpapers, a.e.g., by Simier, small split at bottom of vol. II front joint, else fine, in a custom slipcase. In a Neo-Gothic Cathedral Binding by Simier An elegant cathedral binding, signed on the spine "Simier. R. du Roi" - both René (1772-1843) and his son Alphonse (1796-1859) worked together at their workshop at rue St. Honoré 152.

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        Römisches Mausoleum Villa Gordiani, auch "Tor de’ Schiavi", an der Via Prenestina gelegen, heute Park Villa Gordiani in Rom.

      - Aquarell, über Bleistift, mit schwarzer Tuschlinie umrandet, auf cremefarbenem Velin, rechts unten signiert und datiert „F. Knebel fec 1836". 14,1:20,7 cm. - Farben leicht verblichen und mit kleinen sorgfältigen Restaurierungen. Franz II Knebel, verwandt mit Franz I Knebel (1789-1822) und Franz Kaisermann (1765-1833), kam bereits als dreizehnjähriger Knabe zu seinem Onkel nach Rom und wurde von Kaisermann ausgebildet und auch adoptiert und sie lebten gemeinsam in einer Wohnung an dem Piazza di Spagna. Kaisermann brachte dem jungen Künstler zwar sehr viel bei, unterband aber eine eigenständige künstlerische Entwicklung. Deshalb trennten sich beide 1829 im Streit und Knebel nahm sich in der Via Lucina 26 in Rom eine eigene Wohnung. Im April 1835 stellte er in seinem Atelier an dem Piazza di Spagna 31, wohin er mit seiner Familie nach dem Tode Kaisermanns gezogen war, Zeichnungen Bartolomeo Pinellis (1781-1835) und Kaisermanns aus. Mit eigenen Arbeiten beschickte er Kunstausstellungen in Mailand (1844), Brüssel (1851) und in Rom (1856, 1858, 1865). Studienreisen führten ihn nach Olevano und mehrmals nach Neapel.

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        Autograph letter signed.

      London, 1. III. 1836. - 8vo. 1½ pp. on bifolium. To an unnamed addressee, offering to send specimens from Tasmania ("Van Dieman’s Land") in exchange for duplicates from the British Museum which are no longer needed.

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        The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ published in 1526 being the first translation....William Tyndale

      Herbert # 1816, 1836,  8vo 8" x 5.5", FIRST EDITION, Near Fine, printed directly from Tyndale's 1526 historic printing of the New Testament- the very first time the Scriptures were ever printed in the English language :William Tyndale c.1494-1536 , "Let it not make thee despair, neither yet discourage thee, O reader, that it is forbidden thee in pain of life and goods, or that it is made breaking of the king's peace, or treason unto his highness, to read the Word of thy soul's health?"for if God be on our side, what matter maketh it who be against us, be they bishops, cardinals, popes." William Tyndale could speak seven languages and was proficient in ancient Hebrew and Greek. He was a priest whose intellectual gifts and disciplined life could have taken him a long way in the church?"had he not had one compulsion: to teach English men and women the good news of justification by faith. Tyndale had discovered this doctrine when he read Erasmus's Greek edition of the New Testament. What better way to share this message with his countrymen than to put an English version of the New Testament into their hands? This, in fact, became Tyndale's life passion, aptly summed up in the words of his mentor, Erasmus: "Christ desires his mysteries to be published abroad as widely as possible. I would that [the Gospels and the epistles of Paul] were translated into all languages, of all Christian people, and that they might be read and known." He was a native of Gloucester and began his studies at Oxford in 1510, later moving on to Cambridge. By 1523 his passion had been ignited; in that year he sought permission and funds from the bishop of London to translate the New Testament. The bishop denied his request, and further queries convinced Tyndale the project would not be welcomed anywhere in England. To find a hospitable environment, he traveled to the free cities of Europe?"Hamburg, Wittenberg, Cologne, and finally to the Lutheran city of Worms. There, in 1525, his New Testament emerged: the first translation from Greek into the English language. It was quickly smuggled into England, where it received a less-than-enthusiastic response from the authorities. King Henry VIII, Cardinal Wolsey, and Sir Thomas More, among others, were furious. It was, said More, "not worthy to be called Christ's testament, but either Tyndale's own testament or the testament of his master Antichrist." Authorities bought up copies of the translation (which, ironically, only financed Tyndale's further work) and hatched plans to silence Tyndale. Meanwhile Tyndale had moved to Antwerp, a city in which he was relatively free from both English agents and those of the Holy Roman (and Catholic) Empire. For nine years he managed with the help of friends to evade authorities, revise his New Testament, and begin translating the Old. His translations, it would turn out, became decisive in the history of the English Bible, and of the English language. Nearly a century later, when translators of the Authorized, or King James Version, debated how to translate the original languages, eight of ten times, they agreed that Tyndale had it best to begin with. During these years, Tyndale also gave himself methodically to good works because, as he said, "My part be not in Christ if mine heart be not to follow and live according as I teach." On Mondays he visited other religious refugees from England. On Saturdays he walked Antwerp's streets, seeking to minister to the poor. On Sundays he dined in merchants' homes, reading Scripture before and after dinner. The rest of the week he devoted to writing tracts and books and translating the Bible. We do not know who planned and financed the plot that ended his life (whether English or continental authorities), but we do know it was carried out by Henry Phillips, a man who had been accused of robbing his father and of gambling himself into poverty. Phillips became Tyndale's guest at meals and soon was one of the few privileged to look at Tyndale's books and papers. In May 1535, Phillips lured Tyndale away from the safety of his quarters and into the arms of soldiers. Tyndale was immediately taken to the Castle of Vilvorde, the great state prison of the Low Countries, and accused of heresy. Trials for heresy in the Netherlands were in the hands of special commissioners of the Holy Roman Empire. It took months for the law to take its course. During this time, Tyndale had many hours to reflect on his own teachings, such as this passage from one of his tracts:"Let it not make thee despair, neither yet discourage thee, O reader, that it is forbidden thee in pain of life and goods, or that it is made breaking of the king's peace, or treason unto his highness, to read the Word of thy soul's health?"for if God be on our side, what matter maketh it who be against us, be they bishops, cardinals, popes."Finally, in early August 1536, Tyndale was condemned as a heretic, degraded from the priesthood, and delivered to the secular authorities for punishment. On Friday, October 6, after local officials took their seats, Tyndale was brought to the cross in the middle of the town square and given a chance to recant. That refused, he was given a moment to pray. English historian John Foxe said he cried out, "Lord, open the King of England's eyes!"Then he was bound to the beam, and both an iron chain and a rope were put around his neck. Gunpowder was added to the brush and logs. At the signal of a local official, the executioner, standing behind Tyndale, quickly tightened the noose, strangling him. Then an official took up a lighted torch and handed it to the executioner, who then set the wood ablaze.COLLATION AND CONDITION:FRONTISPIECE, 1 page, fine copper plate engraving by N. Whittock of William Tyndale with inscription in Latin, printed on verso, recto blank, Very Clean !, Perfect !, complete.GENERAL TITLE PAGE, 1 page, dated 1836, verso with: London: Stevens and Pardon, Printers, 37, Bell Yard, Temple Bar., Extremely Clean !, Perfect !, complete. ADVERTISEMENT, 2 pages, the forward, Very Clean and Perfect!, complete.MEMOIR OF WILLIAM TYNDALE TITLE PAGE, 1 page, Tyndale's coat of arms on verso, Very Clean and Perfect!, complete.MEMOIR OF WILLIAM TYNDALE, THE MARTYR, paginated 1-98 in ten chapters, Features two fine engravings, (pictured below) NO foxing, staining, soiling, loose, torn, repaired or missing pages, no marginalia, no dog ears, spotless gutters, absolutely perfect in every respect! complete.THE NEWE TEFTAMENTE TITLE PAGE, 1 page, replica title features 9 of the apostles and Christ seated on his throne with the heavenly host gathered around, verso blank, NO staining, soiling, Very Nice, Perfect ! complete.THE NEWE TEFTAMENTE, foliated 1- 215 , historiated and floriated initials throughout, NO foxing, staining, soiling, loose, torn, repaired or missing pages, no marginalia, no dog ears, spotless gutters, absolutely perfect in every respect and Absolutely astounding at 177 years old ! complete.TO THE REDER, 3 pages, a final exhortation to the reader ,Very clean as above and perfect! , complete.BINDING:RECENTLY AND BEAUTIFULLY REBOUND IN QUARTER CALF  LEATHER.  FEATURES FOUR RAISED CORDS CREATING  A FIVE COMPARTMENTED SPINE WITH BLIND STAMPED MEDALLIONS, A LOVELY BLACK MOROCCAN LABEL AND DATED 1836 IN GOLD. THE COVERS ARE ORNATELY COVERED WITH FINE MARBLED PAPERS MATCHING THE INSIDE END PAPERS. PAGE EDGES HAVE BEEN WONDERFULLY STAINED VICTORIAN SKY BLUE . COULD BE USED AS A DAILY READER FREE FROM CONCERNS WITH PLENTY OF SHELF APPEAL !ADDITION PHOTOS UPON REQUEST

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        Album der Boudoirs. ( Band 1 )

      Scheible, Leipzig, Stuttgart 1836 - ( Erste Ausgabe ) Mit lithographiertem Titel, 260 Seiten mit zahlreichen Holzschnittvignetten, Pappband der Zeit, 8° ( 20,5 x 12,5 cm ). Der sehr seltene erste Jahrgang des Kalenders. Enthält Beiträge von Dingelstedt, Herwegh, Ortlepp, Reinhold u.v.a. Einband stärker berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Einbandrücken etwas beschädigt. Innen Besitzvermerk, durchgehend etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, wenige Seiten mit kleinen Randläsionen. ( Gewicht 300 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        George Balcombe. A Novel

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1836. First Edition. Vol. I: [1] - 282 pp.; vol. II: [1] - 319. 2 vols. 12mo. Original cloth, printed paper labels; labels heavily chipped with much loss, rear covers of vol. II rubbed; else fine. Owner's signature: "E.B. Finn" (?). Preserved in a quarter morocco slipcase with chemise. Poe called it the best American novel ever written 19th century Virginia and Missouri. Tucker's first novel, which appeared anonymously. Poe called it the best American novel ever written.

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        A View of the American Slavery Question

      John S. Taylor, New York 1836 - Full diced green cloth bind stamped decorated and gilt lettered on spine. The spine has been sunned else externally very good. Internally there is heavy foxing to the endpages and the first few leafs then foxing becomes sporadic through the main body of the book. Last few pages and endpages have same foxing. Previous owner's name on front free endpage. Overall VERY GOOD condition. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MEMORIAS, DICCIONARIO CRITICO DE ESCRITORES CATALANES+SUPLEMENTO, D. F. TORRES AMAT 1836, 1849

      Imprenta de J. Verdaguer. Imprenta de Arnaiz. - Barcelona. Imprenta de J. Verdaguer. Imprenta de Arnaiz. 1836, 1849 (suplemento). Holandesa con puntas. 22X15. 2Vol. 1vol, XLIII+719Pág+1h. 2vol, 368Pág+2h. D. Felix Torres Amat y D. Juan Corominas (suplemento). El suplemento esta suelto, falto de encuadernación. Obra completa y muy Rara. Ref 13 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "Nach der feyerlichen Huldigung der Stände Tirols bezeugt das treue Volk öffentlich seine Anhänglichkeit an den Landesvater Franz, zu Innsbruck am 30. May (1)816". Altkolorierte Lithographie von Franz Wolf nach Johann N. Höchle, gedruckt bei Leykam. Aus: Johann N. Höchle, Hauptmomente aus dem Leben Sr. Majestät Franz I. Kaisers von Oesterreich, apostol. Königs.

      Pressburg, Schmid, 1836.. Ca. 35 cm x 47 cm.. Nebehay-W. 253, 16. - Johann Nepomuk Höchle (1790 - 1835) war Schüler von Ferdinand Kobell in München und später von Ignace Duvivier, dem er auch seinen Ruf als "Bataillenmaler" verdankt. Den wichtigsten Platz in der Arbeit von Höchle nehmen seine Darstellung des österreichischen Militärs und der Biographie des Kaisers ein. Seine genrehaften Gemälde und die nach seinen Vorlagen lithographierten Blätter waren vorallem im Kaiserhaus sehr beliebt. - Gebräunt, kl. Randläsuren. Unterer Rand knapp beschnitten.

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        Denkwürdigkeiten und Erinnerungen aus dem Orient., Aus Jul(ius) Schnellers Nachlaß hrsg. von Ernst Münch.

      Stuttgart, Hallberger, 1836 - XX, 628; XVI, 780; XX, 668 S., 2 Bll. 1 lithograph. Plan. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - Wurzbach XXIII, 353. ÖBL VIII, 301. - Anton Graf Prokesch von Osten (1795 - 1876) brach 1813 das Studium der Rechtswissenschaften ab, trat in den Militärdienst ein und nahm am Feldzug gegen Napoleon teil. Seit 1818 Adjutant des Fürsten Schwarzenberg, wurde Prokesch-Osten 1821 Oberleutnant im Generalquartiermeisterstab und 1823 nach Triest beordert. Als Marineoffizier bereiste er die Levante, wurde 1828/29 in diplomatischen Missionen im Vorderen Orient verwendet und war nach seiner Erhebung in den Ritterstand 1830 in Italien tätig. 1834 ging Prokesch-Osten als Gesandter nach Athen, war 1849-53 Gesandter in Berlin und wurde österreichischer Delegierter am Bundestag in Frankfurt/Main. Seit 1855 Internuntius, wirkte er, seit 1863 Feldzeugmeister, 1867-71 als Botschafter in Konstantinopel und erhielt 1871 den Grafentitel. Neben Gedichten und Reiseberichten (u.a. Erinnerungen aus Ägypten und Kleinasien, 3 Bde., 1829-31) veröffentlichte Prokesch-Osten u.a. eine Geschichte des Abfalls der Griechen vom türkischen Reiche [.] (6 Bde., 1849-53). - Das vorliegende von Ernst Münch herausgegebene Werk basiert auf den Papieren, Briefen und Tagebuch-Fragmenten welche Anton von Prokesch-Osten seinem Stiefvater Julius Schneller aus dem Orient zugesandt hatte. Rekonstruieren läßt sich so die Reisen von Prokesch-Osten aus den Jahren 1824 bis 1828 von Triest nach, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Korfu, den Kykladen, Izmir, Lesbos, Kreta, Korinth, Athen, Zakynthos, Istanbul, Rhodos, Nafplio, Thessaloniki usw. - Mit dem öfters fehlenden Plan des Labyrinths von Kreta. - S. 440 bis 449 in Bd. 2 verbunden. - Exlibris. Durchgehend etw. fleckig, leicht gebräunt. Buchblock leicht angebrochen. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1500 8°. Lwd. der Zeit mit Rückentitel (Rücken gebleicht, leicht fleckig und bestoßen). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Collected and Edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge. [Vols. I & II Only]

      London: William Pickering, 1836. First edition. 8 pages of ads at front of Volume One, xix, 395; viii, 416, [corrigenda] pp. 2 vols. 8vo. Original green cloth, paper spine labels. Vol;ume One Recased, labels rubbed. First volume with Presentation inscription, "H.F. Cary From the Editor" with lengthy note in pencil on Shakespeare and Plautus beneath. Early bookseller's catalogue description affixed to front pastedown. Vol. I. rebacked with spine laid down. Presentation Copy from the Editor A touching association copy, inscribed on the flyleaf: "H.F. Cary / From the Editor" H.F. Cary is now most remembered as the translator and scholar of Dante. He was also a longtime friend of S.T. Coleridge, whom Cary met one day while vacationing in Sussex. The two had dinner together, Coleridge discovered Dante through Cary's translation, and afterwards lectured on it with readings from his friend's translation. Cary's reputation was made, and his Dante saw 27 editions before 1900 . (See Kunitz and Haycraft, pp. 121-122).

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        Der Zahnarzt von Gerard Dow.

      . Lithographie a. a. Chinap. v. Fr. Pecht n. G. Dow b. Franz Hanfstaengl, dat. 1836, 36,8 x 30,8 (H) Blattgr. 52,5 x 40cm. Berühmtes Blatt nach dem 1672 entstandenen Original von Gerard Dow. In sehr guter Erhaltung und mit dem Blindstempel unten ihn der Mitte ("Koenogl. Gemaelde Galerie Dresden F.H."). - Proskauer, Iconographia odontologica, 80. - Inkunabel der Lithographie. Nicht bei Winkler verzeichnet. Sehr selten. Die Darstellung zeigt einen auf einem Stuhl sitzenden Mann, dem gerade - in einer holländischen Bauernstube - ein Zahn mit einer Zange gezogen wird.

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        Memoire sur une maniere nouvelle .l'operation de la pierre

      J.-B. Bailliere, Paris 1836 - Remarkable Life-Size Plates Dupuytren, Guillaume, baron (1777-1835). Memoire sur une maniere nouvelle de pratiquer l'operation de la pierre . . . Termine et publie par J. L. Sanson et par L. J. Begin. . . . Folio. [4], 50pp. 10 lithographed plates (9 by N. H. Jacob, 1 by A. Chazal, printed by Langlume). Paris: Bailliere, 1836. 589 x 437 mm. Quarter morocco, gilt, uncut, 19th century style. 2 small repairs to title margin, minor ink staining in upper margin of title & 1 or 2 plates, a little soiling, ink notation on 2nd leaf.,but very good. First Edition. Elaborates on Dupuytren's method of bilateral lithotomy, with statistical results; also discusses Sanson's rectovesical lithotomy and the then popular lithotrity. Remarkable for its life-size plates, boldy drawn by Jacob, Bourgery's artist. Rare, not in Waller or Wellcome, or cited in Murphy. Murphy 122 re Sanson. Barsky 192. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Port Tolon bei Nauplia.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift, auf festem Zeichenpapier. 23,2:32,3 cm. – Verso, vermutlich vom Kopisten, bezeichnet „Die kleine Bucht bei Nauplia nach C. Rottmanns Originalskizze im Kupferstich Cabinet zu München" sowie „A. (undeutl. Name) 28. Septemb 75". Nach Rottmanns Aquarell, entstanden um 1836, das sich im Besitz der Staatl. Graphischen Sammlung in München befindet (Inv. Nr. 21361). Vergleichsliteratur: Ausst. Katalog: Carl Rottmann. Die Landschaften Griechenlands. München 2007, Farbabb. 21, S. 46. Rottmann erhielt Zeichenunterricht von seinem Vater Friedrich Rottmann (1768-1816) und wohl auch Malunterricht vom Maler und Restaurator F.X. Xeller (1784-1872). Vorbildhaften Charakter hatten insbesondere C.P. Fohr (1795-1818) und G.A. Wallis (1770-1847), nach seinem Umzug nach München 1822 auch J.A. Koch (1768-1839). Von April 1826 bis Juli 1827 unternahm seine erste Italienreise. Im Auftrag Ludwig I. erneuter Italienaufenthalt 1829/30, wo er Studien für einen aus 28 Fresken bestehenden Zyklus für die Arkaden des Hofgartens konzipierte, den er 1833 vollendete. 1834/35 war er erneut im Auftrag des Königs unterwegs, jetzt in Griechenland, für einen griechischen Bilderzyklus, der ebenfalls für den Hofgarten gedacht war, dann aber in der Neue Pinakothek untergebracht wurde. Seit 1841 Hofmaler. Die letzten Lebensjahre waren durch Krankheit, ein Augenleiden und Selbstmordversuch überschattet.

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        The Life and Adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw; or Scenes on the Mississippi

      London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street [Colophon:] London: Printed by Samuel Bentley, Dorset Street, Fleet Street, 1836. First edition. With 15 Engravings by Auguste Hervieu. [4],327, [1]; [2], 331, [1]; [2], 348 pp. Lacking half titles to vols. 2 & 3. 3 vols. 8vo. Full contemporary tan diapered calf, black leather title labels. Joints just slightly starting, slight foxing, else fine copy. Bookplate of J. Bailey. Compared by many critics compare Trollope's anti-slavery novel favorably to Beecher's Uncle Tom's Cabin, which it precedes by almost 15 years. Probably her rarest novel.

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        Eine Erscheinung aus dem Nachtgebiete der Natur, durch eine Reihe von Zeugen gerichtlich bestätigt und den Naturforschern zum Bedenken mitgetheilt.

      Stuttgart und Tübingen, Cotta, 1836,. 8vo. XLVI, 309 S. Marmorierte Pp. d. Zt. m. hs. RSchild. Unbeschnitten.. Goedeke VIII, 209,67. - WG², 31. - Erste Ausgabe. - Einband etw. berieben, m. kl. Fehlstellen im Überzugspapier. Durchgehend stockfleckig. Kl. Name auf Titel, 1 Bl. im Rande m. kl. Tintenfleckchen.

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        Musée Royal De Naples, Peintures, Bronzes et Statues Érotiques Du Cabinet Secret Avec Leur Explication Par M.C.F

      Paris: Ledoux, 1836. Two quarto volumes in matching mid-nineteenth century full polished calf, spines gilt; the first volume comprising the Musée Royal de Naples with engraved and letterpress titles, xxx, [vi], [160] pp., sixty handcoloured engraved plates; the second volume comprising the translation followed by 71 mounted leaves from a related volume on erotic cameos (see note below); some foxing and staining, joint of one volume starting, overall good. Forbidden Pompeii. A curious and somewhat eccentric assemblage of material relating to Roman erotica. The first volume of this specially bound set comprises a generously illustrated catalogue of the secret cabinet of erotica held by the Royal Museum at Naples, featuring items salvaged from the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The second volume is an English language manuscript translation of the French text, and includes the preliminaries and 71 consecutive leaves from a small octavo illustrating gems and cameos titled Veneres uii observantur in gemmis antiquis (Leiden, circa 1810).The neat manuscript translation and special binding of these volumes reflect the considerable curiosity and diligence of their unknown owner. While the classical world abounded in sexual and phallic imagery, the intervening centuries of Christendom saw most offending material destroyed. The excavation of Pompeii and Herculaneum in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries brought forth a wealth of material that had escaped the censor's chisel. This catalogue of the Naples museum cabinet illustrates some material still confronting by modern standards - including bestiality and sadism - sure to offend the sensibilities of Victorian England.Tipped to the rear endpaper of one volume are four leaves of notes with the blind-stamp of American congressman E. Smith, titled "Illustrations of the worship of the Phallus from the plates of antiquities in Nabonidus' Egypt"

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        Prediger-Bibel, Altes Testament ( von D. Wohlfarth ), Bd. I - VI in sieben Bänden.

      Johann Karl Gottfried Wagner, Neustadt a.d.Orla 1836 - ( Erschienen 1836 - 1844 ) Bd. I - VI in sieben Bänden des Alten Testament ( = Alles ). Bd. I mit: VI, 746 Seiten, Bd. II mit IV, 816 Seiten, Bd. III mit VIII, 712 Seiten, Bd. IV mit X, 758 Seiten, Bd. V mit XVI, 750 Seiten, Bd. VI/1 mit X, 550 Seiten, Bd. VI/2 mit 571 Seiten. Jeweils OriginalPappbände mit farbigen Rückenschildchen. Groß8°. Aus dem Vorwort: " Ungeachtet die heilige Schrift in neuer und neuester Zeit der wackern Bearbeiter mehrere gefunden hat, so mangelt uns doch, nachdem die ältern praktischen Bibelerklärungen sich größten Theils überlebt haben, eine den Resultaten der neuern Bibelforschung und den Forderungen der fortgeschrittenen Homiletik entsprechende Behandlung derselben für den eigentlichen Predigerberuf, eine Bearbeitung der heil. Schrift, die für den Geistlichen das leistet.gewissermaßen eine Pastoral-Bibel." Mit unterschiedlichen Gebrauchsspuren. Einbände teils stärker berieben, teils etwas angeplatzt, Ecken und Kanten teils bestoßen. Einige Kapitale eingerissen. Innen Besitzvermerke. Ansonsten innen kaum fleckig, von guter Erhaltung. Bd. VI/2 ohne Titelblatt ( was offenbar gar nicht existierte, da die Seitenzählung hier direkt im Anschluß an Bd. VI/1 erfolgt ). - Von hoher Seltenheit - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Sketches by Boz

      London: John Macrone,, 1836. Illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People. 2 volumes, duodecimo, pp.viii + 348; [iv] + 342. Original green cloth, spines gilt, yellow coated endpapers. One with the grain horizontal the other with the grain vertical - there is no priority. Housed in a cloth solander box. Engraved frontispiece to each volume and 14 plates by George Cruikshank. Volume I: corners of 7 leaves torn none effecting the text, a few smudges here and there, plates browned and occasionally rubbed at edge, bookplate of the Peterhead Reading Society to front pastedown. Spine a little rolled, cloth a little marked and with some very minor rubbing to the tips. Volume II: exceptionally clean with only the most occasional mark to the text, ownership signature of one A.M.G. Crookshank (so near and yet so far!) to recto of frontispiece, two armorial bookplates to the front endpaper, the barest trace of rubbing to the ends of the spine but a lovely copy. Together an attractive and unsophisticated set of Dickens's first book. First edition, first printing (Whiting). With almost all the internal flaws given by Smith lacking only one which he considers universal. Dickens's landmark first book so successful that it was immediately reprinted and a second series called for. Sets of the first series in the first printing and in original cloth are far from common.

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        Astoria, or Anecdotes of an Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains

      Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, & Blanchard, 1836. First Edition, First State. Both volumes of this two volume set are in good to very good- condition although re-backed retaining the publisher's original green-brown, patterned cloth covered boards and the gilt text stamped back strips. The original end papers were also retained. The new spine backing is in a dark green cloth which does not match the original materials but does supply each volume with added strength. (The original cloth is embossed with a floral pattern on "brown T-like cloth" as noted as "Cloth C" by Jacob Blanck in his Bibliography of American Literature.) (BAL 10148) The original cloth at the lower fore edges of the boards is rubbed through in small areas as are the upper fore edges of the boards. As is typically seen, the end papers for both volumes are foxed and there is general foxing to many of the pages throughout the text blocks. Both books are protected within two fabric covered chemises which are contained within an elegant 1/2 dark green leather and cloth covered slip case with gilt lettering on the boxed end. The boxed end is shaped as a double convex with raised spines so that it appears as two volumes with gilt text stamping in the compartments. The fold-out map of the routes of Hunt & Sturart contained in volume two is in very good condition with very slight age toning and with two short closed tears: one 1 1/2" long at the first fold and the second of 1/2" long at the edge where it is tipped-in. with only one short 1" closed tear at one of the folds and a 2" long closed tear near the edge which is tipped-into the binding. Wright Howes in his bibliography U.S.Iana (I-81) states that this is the "Classic account of the first American attempt at settlement on the Pacific coast, 1811,...including the earliest extended relation of Wilson P. Hunt's overland expedition from St. Louis to that settlement." Irving was commissioned by John Jacob Astor to write the account of his company's effort to create a settlement in what is now Oregon. (BAL 10148, Graff 2158, Sabin 35129) Reportedly only 4,000 copies of the first edition were printed. A very handsome set of a unique and scarce account of the earliest settlement of the Pacific Northwest.

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        Mockett's Journal; A Collection of Interesting Matters, Relating to Remarkable Personages, Ancient Buildings, Manners and Customs Beginning From the Year 50 Also Particulars of Various Churches; Origin of the Reculvers; Parochial Matters Relative to St Peter's with Observations on Agriculture and the Prices of Corn, Cattle, and Labour Interspersed with Tours to Cambridge, Norfolk, Hampshire, Berkshire, Devonshire and France

      Published by Kentish Observer, Canterbury First Edition 1836. Canterbury 1836. First and only edition hard back binding in black cloth covers, cream paper title label to the spine. 8vo. 9½'' x 6''. Contains [xvi] 328 printed pages of text. The spine has been re-cased preserving the original cloth, the top of the title page has been cropped across the angle, not affecting any of the text, a little foxing to the pages throughout, sound, complete and extremely scarce. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Die Wunder der Natur und die Wunderwerke der Welt, oder Vater Brissons Unterhaltungen mit seinen Kindern über Natur- und Kunstmerkwürdigkeiten. Ein belehrendes Bilderbuch. Neu durchgesehene und verbesserte Auflage herausgegeben von Carl Straus.

      Heroldsche Buchhandlung, Hamburg 1836 - IV, 132 Seiten mit 4 kolorierten Kupfertafeln ( auf denen je 6 kleine kolorierte Abbildungen zu sehen sind ) sowie lithographierter Einband mit zusammen 8 kolorierten Abbildungen sowie Lithographie des Magdeburger Bahnhofs in Leipzig. OPappband, Klein8°. Inhalt: " Die sieben Wunder der Welt - Aus der Atmosphäre - Der Blitz - Der Compaß - Der Deichbruch - Das Erdbeben - Das Feuer - Die Glocke - Der Hagel - Das Irrlicht ( Irrwisch ) - Die Kälte - Der Lichtstral - Der Magnet - Nebensonnen und Luftspiegelung - Der Orkan - Das Pulver ( Schießpulver ) - Die Quelle - Die Naphtaquellen -Der Regenbogen - Die Sternschnuppe - Thermometer - Unterirdische Höhlen - Der Vulcan - Die Wasserhose - Der Dampfwagen und die Eisenbahn von Liverpool nach Manchester - Zauberlicht. " Zu jedem Thema findet sich eine der kleinen, reizenden Illustrationen. Einband stärker fleckig, mit einer Beschädigung am rechten Rand des Vorderdeckels, Ecken und Kanten stark berieben und angeplatzt - der Einband ist cellophaniert. Innen Papier gebräunt, durchgehend etwas stockfleckig ( einige Seiten auch stärker ), wenige Seiten eselsohrig, S.7 mit Eckabriß unten ( ohne Textverlust ), die schönen kleinen, kolorierten Kupferstiche von recht guter Erhaltung. - sehr selten - >> Der Herausgeber Carl Straus ist laut Titel Vorsteher einer Lehranstalt für Knaben in Hamburg >>( Pic erhältlich - webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        (Taunus)Landschaft mit Eichen.

      . Aquarell, auf festem Zeichenpapier, rechts unten signiert "P. Weber". 33,6:49 cm. Verso Baumlandschaft, Aquarell und Pinsel in Schwarz.. Weber genoß eine weitreichende akademische Kunstausbildung, ausgehend von einem Studium der Landschaftsmalerei bei H. Rosenkranz und anschließend in Darmstadt bei J.H. Schilbach. Mit letzteren unternahm er eine längere Studienreise durch die Schweiz. Nach seiner Rückkehr nach Frankfurt am Main besuchte er 1836-1838 das Städelsche Kunstinstitut und anschließend bis 1839 die Düsseldorfer Kunstakademie bei J.W. Schirmer. Bereits im darauffolgenden Jahr erhielt er dort ein eigenes Atelier, in der er zahlreiche Schüler ausbildete, so auch die Frankfurter Maler A. Burger und J. Maurer. 1861 wurde er zum Professor ernannt. Besonders die von ihm bevorzugten Mondschein- und Abendlandschaft fanden beim Publikum große Anerkennung und brachten ihm den Namen "Mondschein-Weber" ein. Weber, der unter Schirmers 146 Düsseldorfer Schülern zu den begabtesten und bekanntesten gezählt wird, zeigt hier eine außergewöhnliche Farbgebung - helle graublaue Töne bilden den Grundakkord. Die herbstliche Stimmung und die Ausschnitthaftigkeit der Landschaft, auch die im Gespräch befindlichen männlichen Staffagefiguren im Vordergrund dokumentieren an der Natur orientierte Studien, die durch die Barbizon-Maler große Verbreitung fanden.

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        600 pages of autograph manuscripts, with 12 watercolors and drawings on lung anatomy and physiology.

      circa 1836-1842, Paris - Circa 600 Pages of Unpublished Autograph Manuscripts on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Lungs and the Physiology of Respiration, with Twelve Watercolor Paintings by Albert Jacquemart, from an Almost Completely Undocumented Period in Bazin's LifeBazin, Antoine-Pierre-Ernest (1807-78). A collection of autograph manuscripts, drawings and watercolor paintings on the anatomy and physiology of the lungs and the physiology of respiration, as listed below. [Paris, 1836-c. 1842] Various sizes. 1 ms. in original wrappers, torn & chipped; the remaining mss. in original unbound state, some soiling and browning, edges of some leaves a little frayed, a few marginal tears. 5 of the watercolors mounted; the remainder loose. Enclosed in two cloth drop-back boxes. Bazin, the son and grandson of physicians, was born in 1807 in the small town of St. Brice-sous-Bois. He studied medicine in Paris, where he impressed everyone with his brilliance: "named successively a hospital extern and intern, he was taught by Dupuytren, Honore, Rostan, Bricheteau, Delarocque, Maury, Biett, and crowned his internship by obtaining the gold medal at the end of a remarkable examination" (Baudot, p. 176). He received his doctorate in medicine in 1834 with a thesis entitled Recherches sur les lesions de poumon dans les fievres dites essentielles (Researches on lesions of the lung in "essential" fevers), and might then have begun on a career commensurate with his remarkable abilities. However, Bazin was unfortunately possessed of a difficult and overbearing personality, and his "utter lack of tact in dealing with influential colleagues" (Besnier, quoted in Crissy & Parrish, p. 150) caused him to passed over in the agrege examinations of 1835 and 1838, which prevented him from obtaining a teaching post in a university or lycee. To Bazin these failures were so discouraging that he abandoned all further efforts toward obtaining a teaching position, instead spending the next several years in relative poverty and obscurity, struggling to advance his medical career both in private practice and at various hospitals. Bazin also attempted during this time to found two medical periodicals-- l'Institut medical (first issue 1839) and Repertoire des etudes medicales (first issue 1848); however, both of these ventures were almost immediate failures, due largely to Bazin's lack of capital. This difficult period in Bazin's life ended in 1847, when he was prevailed upon to accept a post at the Hopital St. Louis; he remained there until his retirement at age 65, and it is there that he began the brilliant and influential dermatological studies for which he is now known. He constructed an elaborate "diathetic" system of dermatologic thought based on the idea that skin disorders were not diseases as such but only the visible manifestations of a few underlying pathological states; this theory enjoyed wide acceptance in France and Great Britain prior to the rise of the germ theory of disease in the 1870s. Bazin published over a dozen books on dermatological subjects, the most important being his influential Lecons theoriques et cliniques sur les affections cutanees de nature arthritique et dartreuse (1860); these, coupled with his great skills as a clinician and teacher, made him one of the great dermatological authorities of his age. His name survives today in the term "Bazin's disease," an alternative name for erythema induratum (see G-M 4051). Although quite prolific in the years after 1850, when his fortunes were secure, Bazin published almost nothing in the unsettled and virtually undocumented period of his life between 1835 and 1847. A search of the sources available to us, including the online databases, NUC and contemporary obituaries (see below), has turned up references only to the two failed periodicals, his agrege theses (Quels sont les caracteres distinctifs de la contagion et de l'infection [1835] and Determiner ce qu'il faut entendre par maladies lymphatiques [1838]), and tw

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        HISTOIRE DE GIL BLAS DE SANTILLANE.

      1836 - Paris, crown 8vo, pp972, illustrations, portrait, full calf, spine ornately gilt, gilt lettering on labels. Covers rubbed, but generally a very good copy.

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        Deutsche Buchhändler Börse in Leipzig.

      Leipzig, Krätzschmer, um 1836.. Lithografie von C.C. Böhme und Fr. Krätzschmer nach C. Liebner, Souvenirblatt, Bildausschnitt (Zentralbild) 23 x 30 cm, mit 16 Randansichten zu je 5,5 x 8,5 cm, gesamt 42,5 x 53 cm, Blattgr. 43,5 x 54 cm.. Attraktives Souvenirblatt von Leipzig mit der Buchhändlerbörse (am Nikolaikirchhof in der Ritterstraße 12, erbaut ab 1833 nach Plänen von Albert Geutebrück) als zentrale Ansicht, umgeben im Uhrzeigersinn von Ansichten des Rathauses, Paulinum, Handelsbörse, Thomaskirche, Hofrath Keil's sonst Löhr's Garten, Johanneskirche, Schützenhaus, Bürgerschule, Waagegebäude, Georgenhaus, Gruners Haus, Schloß Pleissenburg, Härtels Haus, Nikolaikirche, Theater und Augusteum; wohl zur Eröffnung des Gebäudes 1836 erschienenes seltenes Sammelblatt; alte Faltung geglättet, am rechten Rand wohl bis knapp über die Einfassungslinie beschnitten ohne den Gesamteindruck des Blattes zu beeinträchtigen

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        The Fly-Fisher's Entomology. Illustrated by colored Illustrations of the Natural and Artificial Insect. And accompanied by a few Observations and Instructions relative to Trout-and-Grayling Fishing

      London: Longman, Rees, Brown, Orme, Green, and Longman, 1836. First edition. With 19 hand-colored plates. Half title present. Pp. [2, half-title], iv, [vii]-viii, 1-115, [1, imprint]. 1 vols. Large 8vo. Original brown pebbled cloth, t.e.g., other edges uncut. Slightest rubbing to spine ends, coated endpapers with some toning, else a fine copy.

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        Oeuvres completes... predecees d'une notice par J.A.C. Buchon (Histoire de l'Empereur Charles V; Recherches historiques sur l'Inde ancienne; Histoire d'Ecosse; Histoire d'Amerique).

      'Paris, A. Desrez, 1836.. 2 volumes: [viii], xii, 636; viii, 876 pp. 4to (17,6 x 25,6 cm.). Uniformly bound in red polished calf. A splendid and most exuberant Simier binding: Front and rear sides with large blind stamped center medaillion (un beau decor a plaque romantique, 111 x 196 mm.) showing ornamental and peacock motifs, octavo gilt rullers along the edges of the sides with gilt floral decorations in the corners; Spine with 4 double raised bands, gilt lettered and richly gilt tooled, signed 'Simier R. du Roi' at the bottom of each spine; Gilt line along the outer edges of the sides; Floral ruller along the inner edges of the sides; Blue-white marbled end-papers with repeating peackock motifs; edges gilt.. Les Simier (Rene, 1772-1843 & Alphonse, 1796-1859), "relieurs du roi" were the indisputable master bookbinders of the Romantic period. The present piece is an outstanding example of their art. A lovely, and almost perfect copy.

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        600 pages of autograph manuscripts, with 12 watercolors and drawings on lung anatomy and physiology

      Paris, circa 1836-1842. Circa 600 Pages of Unpublished Autograph Manuscripts on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Lungs and the Physiology of Respiration, with Twelve Watercolor Paintings by Albert Jacquemart, from an Almost Completely Undocumented Period in Bazin's LifeBazin, Antoine-Pierre-Ernest (1807-78). A collection of autograph manuscripts, drawings and watercolor paintings on the anatomy and physiology of the lungs and the physiology of respiration, as listed below. [Paris, 1836-c. 1842] Various sizes. 1 ms. in original wrappers, torn & chipped; the remaining mss. in original unbound state, some soiling and browning, edges of some leaves a little frayed, a few marginal tears. 5 of the watercolors mounted; the remainder loose. Enclosed in two cloth drop-back boxes. Bazin, the son and grandson of physicians, was born in 1807 in the small town of St. Brice-sous-Bois. He studied medicine in Paris, where he impressed everyone with his brilliance: "named successively a hospital extern and intern, he was taught by Dupuytren, Honore, Rostan, Bricheteau, Delarocque, Maury, Biett, and crowned his internship by obtaining the gold medal at the end of a remarkable examination" (Baudot, p. 176). He received his doctorate in medicine in 1834 with a thesis entitled Recherches sur les lesions de poumon dans les fievres dites essentielles (Researches on lesions of the lung in "essential" fevers), and might then have begun on a career commensurate with his remarkable abilities. However, Bazin was unfortunately possessed of a difficult and overbearing personality, and his "utter lack of tact in dealing with influential colleagues" (Besnier, quoted in Crissy & Parrish, p. 150) caused him to passed over in the agrege examinations of 1835 and 1838, which prevented him from obtaining a teaching post in a university or lycee. To Bazin these failures were so discouraging that he abandoned all further efforts toward obtaining a teaching position, instead spending the next several years in relative poverty and obscurity, struggling to advance his medical career both in private practice and at various hospitals. Bazin also attempted during this time to found two medical periodicals-- l'Institut medical (first issue 1839) and Repertoire des etudes medicales (first issue 1848); however, both of these ventures were almost immediate failures, due largely to Bazin's lack of capital. This difficult period in Bazin's life ended in 1847, when he was prevailed upon to accept a post at the Hopital St. Louis; he remained there until his retirement at age 65, and it is there that he began the brilliant and influential dermatological studies for which he is now known. He constructed an elaborate "diathetic" system of dermatologic thought based on the idea that skin disorders were not diseases as such but only the visible manifestations of a few underlying pathological states; this theory enjoyed wide acceptance in France and Great Britain prior to the rise of the germ theory of disease in the 1870s. Bazin published over a dozen books on dermatological subjects, the most important being his influential Lecons theoriques et cliniques sur les affections cutanees de nature arthritique et dartreuse (1860); these, coupled with his great skills as a clinician and teacher, made him one of the great dermatological authorities of his age. His name survives today in the term "Bazin's disease," an alternative name for erythema induratum (see G-M 4051). Although quite prolific in the years after 1850, when his fortunes were secure, Bazin published almost nothing in the unsettled and virtually undocumented period of his life between 1835 and 1847. A search of the sources available to us, including the online databases, NUC and contemporary obituaries (see below), has turned up references only to the two failed periodicals, his agrege theses (Quels sont les caracteres distinctifs de la contagion et de l'infection [1835] and Determiner ce qu'il faut entendre par maladies lymphatiques [1838]), and two unnamed memoirs on the structure of the lung (1836) and the connection between the spinal cord and spinal nerves (1840), both of which are mentioned only in a footnote to Baudot's obituary (p. 177). However, these twelve "lost" years were a more productive period for Bazin than the record of his publications indicates--the group of unpublished manuscripts and drawings offered here, which date from between 1839 and circa 1842, show that Bazin continued to rework and expand his writings on the lung, hoping to make his name as a specialist in the anatomy and physiology of respiration. Bazin's investigations on the lung are of great interest, particularly since they date from a time when common pulmonary illnesses were beginning to be diagnosed with precision, thanks to Laennec's stethoscope (1819). This manuscript collection is made up of the following: (1) Recherches sur la structure intime du poumon de l'homme et des animaux vertebres, suivis de considerations sur les fonctions et la pathologie de cet organe (Research on the interior structure of the lung in man and vertebrates, followed by thoughts on the functions and pathology of this organ). June 3, 1839. Autograph notebook of 56 pages in folio, extensively revised by the author with erasures, pastings, notes, etc., dedicated to the history and criticism of the opinions of medical authors from antiquity to the nineteenth century, and submitted to the Institut Royal de France, whose stamp appears on the title. Also on the title is a note in the hand of noted French neurologist Marie Jean Pierre Flourens (1794-1867), a commissioner of the Institut: "Mrs. Dumeril, de Blainville, Serres, Flourens: Commissaires." In the introduction to this memoir Bazin explained the origin of his research in this way: "The desire to acquire precise information on the original seat and the development of pulmonary phthisis and asthma directed me to research on the interior structure of the lung. . . ." This and the following memoir may have been written for publication in the Memoires of the Institut; however, Bazin's name does not appear at all in the Memoires' indexes for the period 1836-57, and we have every reason to believe that it is unpublished. (2) The interior structure of the lung in man and vertebrates. Second memoir presented to the Institute. 2 undated autograph notebooks of 15 and 13 pages in folio, with corrections, pastings, etc. as above, representing two parts of the manuscript. "Commissioners Blainville, Flourens, Serres" inscribed in another hand on p. 1 of Part 2. (3) 12 watercolors (from 2 to 5 drawings per page), by Albert Jacquemart (1808-75), dated 1836, representing both gross and fine anatomical structures in the lung and other respiratory apparatus with notes and commentary by Bazin: windpipe of a gazelle injected with mercury; lung of a kestrel and a pigeon; lung of a Muscovy duck; lung of a girl who died at the Hotel-Dieu in March 1836; man, bronchial branches/tubes injected with mercury; bronchial endings of a 4-month old fetus; bronchial endings of a calf's lung; lung of an otter, etc. At least six of the drawings were prepared to illustrate the second part of Bazin's "De la structure du poumon de l'homme et des animaux vertebres" (no. 2); the drawings are referenced in marginal notes in the manuscript. Included with the Jacquemart watercolors are an unsigned watercolor and three black pencil drawings without captions. Jacquemart, a painter of flowers, also worked on the reproduction of subjects in botany, entomology, conchology, and medicine (cf. Benezit VI, p. 51). Color xeroxes of his watercolors are included with this description. (4) Recherches sur la structure intime des organes respiratoires. 40pp. in folio, unbound. Undated, but not earlier than 1841, since a bibliographical citation on the first page refers to a book published in that year. A scholarly review and critique of medical writings on the lung from antiquity to the time of writing; among the authors discussed are Aristotle, Plato, Hippocrates, Galen, Empedocles, Vesalius, Harvey, Malpighi, Willis, Ruysch, Bidloo, Duverney, Haller, John Hunter, Soemmerring and Reisseisen. (5) Breathing apparatus of the lion. Autograph manuscript of 20pp. in folio and in quarto with 5 drawings by the author in pencil and ink: posterior bronchial plexus, anastamosis of the bronchial artery with the pulmonary artery, etc. Numerous corrections by the author. In a paper folder which contains a portion of another manuscript by Bazin entitled "De la structure intime des organes respiratoires des animaux vertebres," and beginning "Il y a presque vingt cinq ans que j'ai co[mmence] cette ?tude. . . ." (It has been 25 years since I began this research. . . ). Right margin of this ms. page trimmed, affecting text. (6) A large collection of notes on lectures and dissections, in a paper folder entitled "Notes sur l'appareil respiratoire" (Notes on the respiratory apparatus). Undated, but 1842 or later. Circa 500 pages in quarto, mostly filed in 42 sub-groups, each with its own folder; there are also several loose unfiled sheets. Most of the sub-groups are devoted to authors: Aristotle, Plato, Galen, Empedocles, Harvey, Aranzio, Malpighi, Lower, Hunter, Cuvier, Laennec, Seymour, Mayo, Tiedeman, Spallanzani, Poli, Bourgery, Milne-Edwards (whom he criticizes for not having been aware of the "rather numerous preparations that I left in the comparative anatomy collections in 1839"), etc. The remaining groups contain dissection notes: procedures used on a very young human embryo; pleurisy; bird autopsies; notes on the breathing apparatus of several mammals (with some sketches). Also included in this document is the manuscript of the first lesson of a zoology course taught by Bazin. All of the materials in (6) were probably written in preparation for various lecture courses taught by Bazin during the 1840s or later; Crissey (p. 151) notes Bazin's habit of opening each year's Lecons with a caustic and contemptuous survey of the work of his predecessors.This collection is among the largest collections of autograph manuscripts by a single author on a medical subject that we have handled in 40 years of trading and it is only one to contain paintings of this quality. Some of the manuscripts described above may have been intended for publication in one or the other of Bazin's failed medical journals, both of which are extraordinarily rare: neither is cited in NUC, or in the OCLC database. Besnier, in his obituary of Bazin, stated that he knew of only one copy of Bazin's Institut medical (at the Bibliotheque nationale de France); he also noted that the later Repertoire des ?tudes medicales ceased publication after only six issues. Baudot, "Le Docteur Bazin, sa vie et ses oeuvres," Arch. gen. med., 7th series, 1 (1879): 175-98. Besnier, "...Eloge de P.-A.-E. Bazin," Annales de dermatologie et de syphilographie 9 (1877-78): 467-79. Crissey & Parrish, Dermatology and Syphilology of the 19th Century (1981) pp. 150-62.

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