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        The Funeral of Old Tammany. Printed broadside showing a funeral procession with the hearse in the lead being driven by the editor of the Courier and Enquirer. Among the mourners are also the editors for The Times and The Truth Teller. From various of the mourners are inscriptions inside balloons. To the right in the background is a view of Tammany Hall with a flag at half mast. Printed under the title is "This mournful ceremony took place in the City of New York on the 10th day of November 1836. The lamented individual had been long subject to a vast complication of disorders, whic[h] though combatted with great skill and perseverance by, Doctors, Humbug, Monopoly & Office, at last carried him off. The symptoms became extremely alarming on

      New York: H. R. Robinson, [ca. 1836] - The comments of the mourners include a fireman in the background asking "Who killed Old Tammany?" Another fireman beside him answers "James Gulick." This is a reference to the excitement of the election of Tammany opponent James Gulick, deposed Chief of the Fire Department, to the office of Register. Relatively little is known about Henry R. Robinson. He was located at 48 and 52 Courtlandt Street in New York in 1836-7, where he worked largely as a caricaturist. His primary output was graphic humor and political cartoons, and he drew on stone most of the unsigned prints he published. His cartoons "are important, and spirited, have long speeches in 'balloons,' often appear colored, but are sometimes difficult to understand without delving into detailed history of the politics of the times." (Peters, American on Stone, pp. 337-8.) The only known historical reference to Robinson is in Frederick Hudson's History of Journalism in America (1873), which notes that Robinson "lined the curbstones and covered the old fences of New York with his peculiarly characteristic caricatures during Jackson's and Van Buren's administrations . ." Image area is approx. 19 1/4" l x 11 1/4", in 27 1/4" x 15 3/4" frame. . Some minor chipping, trimmed with minor loss to text, inked stamp in upper right corner above Tammany Hall ("From the United States Bazaar. No. 324 North Market St. Albany N.Y."), otherwise a very nice piece. See A History of American Graphic Humor, pp. 171-2

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        Catalogue des Livres et Manuscrits, de la Bibliotheque de feu M. Raetzel

      Paris: chez Silvestre, Libraire. 1836. First. First edition. [v]-vii, [1], 249, [7] pp. 21 cm. Lacks the original binding and the title page, in paper wrappers. Else complete and very good with light scattered spotting to the text pages and browning to the first and last leaves from the paper wraps. An auction catalogue of the library formed by M. Raetzel, which is especially notable for its Americana holdings relating to voyages to the new world, and to the settlement, social history and political history of the United States and South America. Scarce. OCLC locates only one copy at the Grolier Club in New York, and we know of only one other copy at the Library Company in Philadelphia. .

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      München, 8. VII. 1836. - 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An den Sänger Ludwig Cramolini (1805-1884) in Frankfurt wegen eines Briefes: "[.] Den Inhalt dieses Briefes können Sie sich ohne Zweifel denken. Er benachrichtigt die Direktion daß ich Hälfte Oktobers aus besonderer Rücksicht von S.M. dem König, einen Urlaub erhalten würde, der mich in den Stande setze, meinen längst gehegten Wunsch zu erfüllen. Zu gastieren war von jeher mein Verlangen, jedoch in Wien zu singen, Wien zu sehen und einige Zeit zu leben war immer meine Lieblingsidee. Zu derselben Zeit schrieb ich jedoch der Direktion daß ich verschiedene Anträge zu Gastrollen erhalten habe [.]". - Die angesehene Sängerin wirkte in München und Wien (vgl. ÖBL II, 204). - Mit kleinen Randläsuren und Ausrissen durch Siegelbruch (geringf. Textberührung).

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        The Romance of Nature : Or, the Flower Seasons Illustrated

      London: Charles Tilt 1836 - Description: 255 p. Hand-coloured plates. Subject: Flowers--Great Britain--Pictorial works--19th century Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked full leather. Panel edges somewhat dulled and dust-toned as with age. All edges gilt. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression 1 Kg. 255 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Woman of the Snake Tribe/Woman of the Cree Tribe

      London, Paris, Coblenz 1836 - Karl Bodmer Illustrated plate from Travels in the Interior of North America Paris, 1832-1843 Hand-colored aquatint engraving Paper size approximately 17 1/2” x 22 1/2” 35” x 28 1/2” framed Karl Bodmer was a little-known Swiss painter when he was chosen by Prince Maximilian of Prussia to accompany his voyage to America, in order to document in pictorial terms the expedition. With the rest of Maximilian’s company, the two traveled among the Plains Indians from 1832 to 1834, a time when the Plains and the Rockies were still virtually unknown. They arrived in the West before acculturation had begun to change the lives of the Indians, and Bodmer, who was a protegé of the great naturalist von Humbolt, brought a trained ethnologist’s eye to the task. The Bodmer/Maximilian collaboration produced a record of their expedition that is incontestably the finest early graphic study of the Plains tribes. Maximilian and Bodmer journeyed from St. Louis up the Missouri River on the American Fur Company steamboat “Yellowstone,” stopping at a series of forts built by the Fur Company and meeting their first Indians at Bellevue. The travelers continued on another steamboat, “Assiniboin,” to Fort Union, where they met the Crees and Assiniboins. The expedition spent its first winter at Fort Clark, where the Mandans in particular excited Bodmer’s attention, although he was also to draw the Minatarri and Crow peoples. The explorers continued by keelboat to Fort Mackenzie, which proved to be the westernmost point of their journey. After living among and studying the Blackfeet for several weeks, Maximilian decided that it was too dangerous to continue, so the travelers returned southward, reaching St. Louis in May 1834. After the conclusion of the journey, Bodmer spent four years in Paris supervising the production of the aquatints made from his drawings. These prints rank with the finest Western art in any medium, and they are the most complete record of the Plains Indians before the epidemics of the mid-19th century had decimated their numbers, and before the white man’s expansion had taken their lands. In contrast to other artist-explorers of the 19th century, such as George Catlin, Bodmer was well-trained in the classic European tradition. The work that he did in America is considered to be the high point of a distinguished career. Perhaps more significant, the plates made from Bodmer's sketches were the first truly accurate images of the Plains Indians to reach the general public. Because the 1837 smallpox epidemic killed more than half the Blackfeet and almost all the Mandans, Bodmer’s visually striking work, together with prince Maximilian’s detailed studies of these tribes, form the primary accounts of what became virtually lost cultures. These spectacular and atmospheric images are important and beautiful records of the landscape of the American West as it appeared when Bodmer saw it, just before westward expansion took hold and began the indelible transformation of the frontier.

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        Sketches By Boz: Illustrative of Every-Day Life, and Every-Day People. In Two Volumes

      John Macrone, London 1836 - 2 volumes, pp. viii, 348; 342. 16 illustrations by George Cruikshank (8 in each volume). Second edition with the new preface dated 1 August 1836. Original green pebbled cloth, blind-embossing, gilt spine lettering, yellow coated endpapers. Thumbed, tanning to book block, occasional stains, all plates foxed and darkened, handwritten number label tipped to front pastedown of vol. 1; covers scuffed and worn, corners soft, spine ends started, faint numbers in black to head of spine. Overall, a good, tight set. Description sounds worse than actuality. Size: 12 Mo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire historique et iconographique de toutes les opérations et des instruments, bandages et appareils de la chirurgie ancienne et moderne.

      Paris, chez l¿auteur, J.B. Baillière, Deville-Cavelin, J. Rouvier et Lebouvier, P. Lucas, Mansut, 1836. - 1836, in-8; XVI, 248 pp., 21 planches h.t., demi-basane vert bouteille, rousseurs sur certains feuillets, envoi autographe signé de l'auteur, cachet sur la page de titre : « Société de Médecine du Loiret » (société ayant existé de 1891 à 1913). Première et seule édition, très rare. Ce dictionnaire encyclopédique devait être publié par livraisons, mais seule la première a paru (A-Anévrisme). Comme l'indiqua Gaujot," il fut conçu d'après un plan un peu trop vaste". Les principales rubriques de ce remarquable ouvrage, très documenté et richement illustré, sont les suivantes : Accouchement (51 pp., 10 planches), Acupuncture (7 pp.), Amputation (57 pp., 5 planches), Anévrysme (28 pp., 5 planches). Le dernier article, sur l'anévrisme, apparait inachevé, mais cet exemplaire est bien complet, la collation étant similaire à celle des quatre exemplaires recensés au CCfr. Chaque rubrique est suivie d'une importante bibliographie. Colombat indique dans l'avant-propos qu'il eut recours non seulement aux traités et dictionnaires, mais aussi à de rares manuscrits, à des collections de thèses, journaux, et aux instruments du coutelier Charrière et à ceux de la collection de Jules Cloquet. Les planches, précieuses, illustrent de très nombreux instruments. Marc Colombat de l'Isère (1797-1851), originaire de Vienne, fut un médecin particulièrement ingénieux. Il inventa un très grand nombre d'instruments et se fit remarquer par ses études sur le bégaiement, et par celles concernant la chirurgie gynécologique et urinaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Catalogue des Livres et Manuscrits, de la Bibliotheque de feu M. Raetzel

      chez Silvestre, Libraire, Paris 1836 - First edition. [v]-vii, [1], 249, [7] pp. 21 cm. Lacks the original binding and the title page, in paper wrappers. Else complete and very good with light scattered spotting to the text pages and browning to the first and last leaves from the paper wraps. An auction catalogue of the library formed by M. Raetzel, which is especially notable for its Americana holdings relating to voyages to the new world, and to the settlement, social history and political history of the United States and South America. Scarce. *OCLC* locates only one copy at the Grolier Club in New York, and we know of only one other copy at the Library Company in Philadelphia. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De l'Instruction criminelle, considérée dans ses rapports généraux et particuliers avec les lois nouvelles et la jurisprudence de la Cour de cassation.

      - Paris, Thorel et Guilbert, 1836. 4 tomes en 3 très forts volumes in-4, demi-chagrin de l'époque, dos à 4 nerfs plats ornés de compartiments garnis d'un décor doré d'encadrement, de palettes et filets dorés en tête et pied, tranches mouchetées. Seconde édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée. Les troisième et quatrième volumes, qui contiennent la table générale, ont été donnés pour prolonger l'ouvrage aux institutions de la Restauration et de la Monarchie de Juillet. Selon Camus-Dupin (n° 2326): "Le commentaire le plus étendu qui ait encore paru sur le Code d'instruction criminelle". Les travaux de Joseph Carnot ont été largement mis à profit lors des révisions libérales du Code pénal instituées par la loi du 28 avril 1832, dans le sens d'un assouplissement du dispositif répressif, en particulier par la suppression des peines corporelles et l'institution d'une échelle des peines politiques distinctes de celles de droit commun. Frère de Lazare Carnot, magistrat juge à la Cour de cassation, l'auteur avait été l'un des membres de la commission chargée de réviser le Code pénal. Il fut élu membre de l'Académie des sciences morales et politiques en 1832. Ex-libris "G. Demartial" doré en pied. Bon exemplaire, frais, bien relié. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Odonto Crispum, Annie Louise. (original watercolor)

      - James Laird Macfarlane ; 1836 -1913; Original watercolors of orchids; British, c. 1895-1900; Framed: 14 1/2’x 11 1/2" A native of Paisley near Glasgow, Macfarlane studied at the Paisley Art School and then made his way to London to seek his fame and fortune. He may initially have been employed in fabric painting, but he soon found his niche, painting fruit for such publications as the Florist and Pomologist and freelancing paintings for nurserymen like William Ball. Eventually, he began to focus on commisson based projects, finding employmnet from wealthy orchid-growers wishing to record their triumphs of orchid culture. Through this period, he pioneered the style and format which came to be used for record keeping by the Royal Horticultural Society's Orchid Committee. Macfarlane’s admiration for orchids can be understand by their enduring history. Epiphytic orchids were first were brought to Great Britain in the 1700s from the West Indies and China and by the end of that century 15 species were growing at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in Great Britain. Orchids can impart a wide variety of messages, but historically the meanings of orchids have included wealth, love and beauty. To the ancient Greeks, orchids suggested virility, and after the rise in popularity of orchid collections in Victorian England, the meaning of orchids moved towards symbols of luxury and refinement. Orchids have also been believed to carry various healing and protective properties, allowing them to ward off disease. The Aztecs were said to drink a mixture of the vanilla orchid and chocolate to give them power and strength, and the Chinese believe orchids can help cure lung illnesses and coughs. Yet it is their graceful appearance that is no doubt responsible for their fascination among audiences past and present. Today, the meanings of orchids are generally regarded as symbols of rare and delicate beauty. Indeed, among the many different varietals of flowers, the orchid holds a special place as one of the most alluring and captivating, making them a special symbol of exotic beauty. Their charm and mystique delight those who receive them, for few other flowers have the ability to impress their recipient in the same way that the orchid can. Macfarlane’s intricately drawn watercorlors reflect why flower specialists consider orchids to be the the world's most evolved flowers.

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        Memoirs of Don., Prince of the Peace, Duke del Alcudia, Count d’Everamonte, &c., formerly prime minister of the King of Spain, Generalissimo of his Armies, high Admiral, &c. Written by himself. Edited, under the superintendence of his highness, by Lieut.-Colonel J. B. D’Esménard. With and introduction, historical & biographical notes, &c.

      - London, Richard Bentley, 1836, 2 tomos, 22 x 14’5 cm., plena p.e., 16 págs. – retrato– VIII + 492 págs. = retratos de Carlos IV y María Luisa de Parma – VIII – 428 págs. – 2 h. (Gran ejemplar de esta rara edición inglesa que no hemos localizado en ninguna biblioteca pública española, incluso en la Nacional).

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        Comentarii Di Medicina Opera Periodica

      - Padua - Coi Tipi Della Minerva 1836 - A very scarce set, Comentarii Di Medicina Opera Periodica is a medical periodical byGiovanni Filippo Spongia. Including tables,someof whichfold out. In four volumes complete. In Italian. Giovanni Filippo Spongia (1510 - 80) was a Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor and Master in Chemistry and Pharmacy, Director of the Civil Hospital of Padua, former Medical Assistant and Professor of Clinical Medicine and Medical Treatment Special Internal for Medici, former Deputy to thePathology and Medical Mattersin the University of Padua, an active member of Academy of Science, Literature and Artsof Padua. With chapters on Medicine, Anatomy, Pathology, Chemistry, Physiology, Botany, Meteorolgy, Surgery andPharamcology. With an index to rear of each volume. With 'Advertisement Ai Sigmpori Associato' to rear to volume three. Ink inscription to front pastedown. Condition: In paper covered boards. Externally, generally sound but with some wear to extremities and handling marks to boards, slight loss to edges of spine labels and institutional stamps to spines. Front joint to volume one starting slightly, two hinges tender, one strained. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean throughout with onlyoccasional slight spot, minor foxing and handling mark and with institutional stamps. Overall: VERY GOOD [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Christian Psalmist, Or, Watts' Psalms and Hymns with Copious Selections From Other Sources. The Whole Carefully Revised and Arranged, with Directions for Musical Expression

      New York : Ezra Collier, 1836, 1836-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. Possible library rebind. Rear cover missing. Text clean. Small book.

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      Chez J.-B. Baillière, Paris 1836 - 1 Vol. de VIII-162 pp. Primeira e muito rara edição deste tratado no qual Bauillaud determina pela primeira vez a Lei da Coincidência da Endocardite e da Pericardite. In-8º (220x135) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Remarks on the geology and mineralogy of Nova Scotia.

      - Halifax, Gossip and Coade, Times Office, 1836. 8vo. pp. xl, 272, (2), with 1 folded lithographed frontispiece, 1 folded handcoloured geological map and 1 lithographed plate. Later cloth, spine rebacked. Abraham Gesner (1797-1864) was born in Nova Scotia. "First major, systematic description of the geology, mineralogy, and economic mineral deposits of Nova Scotia based on personal visits, and extracts from other works. The most interesting mineralogical descriptions occur in the large section entitled 'Trap District', p 169-265, especially in the Cape Blomidon sub-section, p 210-20, where much is described about the zeolite occurences, also calcite, prehnite, and the many varieties of crystalline and cryptocrystalline quartz, eg, jasper, agates, amethysts" (Sinkankas 2365). One corner of title with paper repair. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1836 - Gravures une lithographie originale, format : 41 x 48 cm, réhaussée en bleu et rouge, Camille Mellinet posant devant son cheval en costume de ville, le chapeau haut de forme à la main en bas de l'escalier des cours Saint-Pierre à Nantes, on reconnait bien les deux statues qui l'entourent, Lithographie Encadrée dans son cadre doré à la feuille d'époque accidenté mais bien complet de sa plaque en cuivre : camille Mellinet Nantes 1795- 1843, Portrait non signé sur la lithographie mais de Prosper Saint-Germain. sans date (1836 environ), Editeur non inscrit mais probablement Camille Mellinet lui-même, Camille Mellinet, né le 28 janvier 17951 et mort le 8 août 1843 à Nantes, est un imprimeur, un journaliste et un historien français. .Prosper Saint-Germain de son vrai nom Jean-Baptiste, Prosper Marie dit Saint-Germain, né à Paris en 1804 et décédé dans la même ville en 1875, est un peintre et illustrateur français.RARE LITHOGRAPHIE.2 exemplaires Connus dont celle de la bibliothèque municipale de Nantes.épreuve un peu jaunie.IMMENSE RARETE.en bon état général (good condition).

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        Remarks on the Geology and Mineralogy of Nova Scotia

      Gossip and Coade, Halifax, NS, 1836, - GESNER, Abraham. Remarks on the Geology and Mineralogy of Nova Scotia. Halifax: Gossip and Coade, Times Office, 1836. Pp. [v], vi-xl, [quarter leaf] ("Explanation of the Maps"), [1]-272, [1 leaf] ("Agents for the Foregoing Work"); with folding lithographic frontis. ("Parrsboro From the Water, 1836"), hand-coloured copperplate map of Nova Scotia by C. H. Belcher, and one lithographic plate ("Cape Split, 1836"). 8vo. (text: 8 3/8" x 5 1/2"). Original brown linen-covered boards, and with photographic replica of original paper label to spine. TPL 1957. Gesner, who was born at Cornwallis, Nova Scotia in 1797, divided the province into four geological and mineralogical districts: the Primary (unstratified, Granitic) District, the Clay Slate district, the Red Sandstone District (includes the Coal Fields), and the Trap (Basalt) District. The charm of the two lithographic plates (and the moodiness of the litho of Cape Split) has long been admired by collectors and viewers of Canadian prints. New endpapers. Spine professionally rebacked, and incorporating the original linen spine covering almost in its entirety. Some scattered foxing throughout, some light offsetting affecting some leaves. The original binding (it is faded), was never capable of withstanding much of any mishandling. Of the two plates and map: all three have very slight scattered foxing. A good to very good copy. 1,200.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VOYAGE pittoresque dans les DEUX AMERIQUES.

      - A Paris, chez L. Tenré, et chez Henri Dupuy, 1836. Grand in-8 de (3) ff., XVI-568 pp.; demi-chagrin vert foncé, dos à quatre nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque). Première édition. Accompagnée de cartes et de nombreuses gravures en taille-douce sur acier, d'après les dessins de MM. de Sainson, dessinateur du Voyage de l'Astrolabe, et Jules Boilly. En très bon état. Légères rousseurs. Manque les deux cartes dépliantes, en fin de volume. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rose tricolore

      l'auteur, [Paris 1836 - A lovely image by Redouté from his very rare final work "Choix de Soixante Roses," a book comprised of varieties not found in his monumental "Les Roses." The Choix de Soixante Roses was "the last of Redouté's original publications, a folio volume containing sixty plates of new roses printed in color after Redouté's method. The book was dedicated to his former pupil Louise-Marie d'Orleans, daughter of Louis Philippe, and now the first queen of the Belgians. In this last publication, Redouté honors his country of birth, if only by means of the dedication" (Stafleu, "Redouté - Peintre de Fleurs" in A Catalogue of Redoutéana Exhibited at the Hunt Botanical Library). The work was issued by Redouté at the end of his glorious career, on the heels of the success of his better known Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs . Like that work, the plates in Choix de Soixante Roses , issued in 15 parts, were produced via the method he developed nearly fifty years earlier: colour printed stipple engravings finished with additional hand-colouring. This method allowed Redouté to produce remarkably life-like and delicate depictions. By the time of this final work, however, lithography had largely replaced his laborious method. Placing these images in that context gives special meaning to this, his final encore. Both the book and images from the book are very rare. Stock could locate no more than 12 complete copies of the work extant and no copies have appeared at auction in over a quarter century. Dunthorne 234 ("not seen"); Great Flower Books, p. 129; Nissen 1593; Stock 2364. Stipple engraving printed in colors and finished by hand.

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        Précis de la Géographie Universelle, ou description de toutes les parties du monde sur un plan nouveau, d'après les grandes divisions naturelles du globe ; ." (série complète en 12 volumes sans l'Atlas cependant)

      Aimé André, Paris 1836 - 4e édition revue, corrigée, mis dans un nouvel ordre, et augmentée de toutes nouvelles découvertes, par M. J.-J.-N. Huot, Paris, Aimé André/Ve Le Normant, 1936-37, reliures demi-cuir, environs 22 X 13.5 cm, (xxiii) 698, 751, 824, 554, 767, 774, 884, 586, 802, 741, 802 et 717 pages, sans illustrations puisqu'elles se trouve dans l'atlas qui n'est pas présent ici. Les 12 volumes sont en très bon état ; propres et bien complets avec un peu d'usure mineure ici et là. Le volume premier montre cependant un petit manque à la coiffe du doset le 4e volume deux petites déchirures au même endroit. Les intérieurs sont en excellent état ; tous bien complets, propres et solidement reliés montrant seulement à l'occasion des rousseurs allant de légère à sévère (sans jamais toutefois que la lecture soit empêchée) à certains groupes de pages (parfois deux pages, parfois dix) et quelques rarissimes petites et discrètes traces de mouillure. Somme toute un très bel ensemble. Une série presqu'impossible à trouver dans son intégralité. À ne pas manquer !!! (AVERTISSEMENT ; Les frais d¿envoi internationaux donnés par Abebooks sont souvent erronés veuillez obligatoirement m¿écrire pour connaître les frais d¿envoi réels pour l¿extérieur du Canada AVANT de passer votre commande sinon vous pourriez avoir de très mauvaises surprises. Paiement de préférence par Paypal). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Erinnerung an Prag in bildlichen Ansichten und historischen Erläuterungen. Als Gedenkbuch für Fremde und Einheimische.

      Prag [1836]. With 24 steelengravings. 52 pp. + pl. Later worn cloth. Some pages foxing

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        Blick in eine Schwarzwälder Spinnstube mit vielen Personen um Tisch und Kachelofen, umgeben von vier Trachtengruppen, 6 Ansichten, allegorischen Figuren und Wappen.

      . Altkol. Lithographie von L.v. Hohbach aus 'Malerische Länderschau', Kempten, Dannheimer, um 1836, 32 x 37,5 cm.. Die Figuren zeigen einen Uhrenhändler, einen Fischer, die Trachten der Odenwälder, Hauensteiner und Murgtaler und ein Kirchgartner Brautpaar. Die Ansichten mit dem Heidelberger Schloß, der Kettenbrücke in Mannheim, Gesamtansichten von Baden-Baden und Konstanz, dem Dom von Freiburg und der Innenstadt von Karlsruhe. Unten mittig das großherzogliche Wappen. - Dekoratives, figurenreiches Blatt. Mittelbild und die vier Trachtengruppen im feinen Altkolorit. Geglättete Bugfalte. Nur gering gebräunt.

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        The Knickerbocker, New-York Monthly Magazine: 57 Volumes, 1836-1865

      New York: Clark & Edson; John Allen, [et al.]. (1836-1865). First. Periodical Magazine. 57 volumes. Octavos, some illustrated with engraved plates. A near-complete run of consecutive volumes from 1836-1865 of Lewis Gaylord Clark's influential monthly magazine, known for its comic wit and for debuting the work of the best American writers of the day. Among the many complete works included in this run are the first printed appearances of Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Fountain of Youth" (re-titled "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment" in Twice-Told Tales) and "Edward Fane's Rosebud," Longfellow's "A Psalm of Life", Jeremiah Reynold's "Mocha Dick, or The White Whale of the Pacific", John Water's "The Iron Foot-step," and Francis Parkman's "The Oregon Trail," (published in 21 installments from 1847-1849). Also included are numerous contributions by Washington Irving and other members of the famous "Knickerbocker Group." An ex-library set with bookplates, perforated stamp on the title pages or first text page: 30 volumes are bound in contemporary half calf and marbled paper boards, 23 in later dark green cloth, 1 in contemporary publisher's cloth, and 3 unbound volumes (each consisting of six monthly issues) in the original wrappers. Volumes 17-18 bound in one without the January, March, May, July, and December issues of 1841, else a complete consecutive run from July, 1836 - October, 1865. The calf spines are worn and scuffed, a few volumes with detached boards and dampstaining, overall a fair set. .

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        Oeuvres Complètes de CASIMIR DELAVIGNE de l' Académie Française [Seule édition avoué par l'auteur]

      Paris, Delloye et Lecou, 1836.. 1836. 1 f., faux-titre, portrait de l'auteur par Bernardi d'après MONVOISIN, titre, VII(I)618 pp., 1 f. Avec 12 gravures sur acier h.-t., dont 9 d'après JOHANNOT, 1 d'après DELAROCHE, 1 MARCKL, 1 REGNIER & nombreuses vignettes en bois d. l. texte. Demi-veau bleu de l'époque, dos richement doré, plats & ff. de garde marbrés. Reliure frotté aux extrémités; rousseurs. Probablement assez rare. Cette édition pas dans VICAIRE, ni dans SANDER. * Probably a rare item. We could not trace our copy in the usual works of reference; GRAESSE IV, p. 127 gives under LA VIGNE, J. Franç. Cas. de,: Oeuvres, complètes. Paris 1846 a copy with 12 vignettes of Johanneau(sic).

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        Selection of Games at Chess, Actually Played in London, by the late Alexander M'Donnell, Esq

      Thomas H Hurst, London 1836 - vii+280pp with appendix. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/4") bound in three quarter leather with marbled boards with gilt lettering to spine. (Whyld: 1836-13) 1st edition. Alexander McDonnell (1798-1835) was the son of a Belfast doctor and the strongest player from either Britain or Ireland before the rise of Staunton. In contemporary publications his name was sometimes printed as M'Donnell and he is not to be confused with the Dublin-born Rev G.A. MacDonnell (1830-1899) who had some good results in the 1860s and 1870s and lived until 1899. McDonnell is best known for being the loser of the first known Evans Gambit game (to Capt. William Evans himself) and for his marathon series of matches against the French champion Labourdonnais in 1834. (Tim Harding) Condition: Corners bumped, rebacked with original spine, previous owner's name liberally stamped through out, some occasional light pencil marginalia, front end papers with various notes and writing from previous owners with their names, a previous owners' name on title else good to very good of a scarce item. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Panoramic View of London with St. Paul's and London Bridge

      London 1836 - Pencil, pen and black ink and watercolor, unframed. Signed on reverse: "G. Yates 1836". Gideon Yates is principally remembered for his series of views of the bridges of London which he executed between 1827 and 1837. 11 x 22 7/8" (27.9 x 58.1 cm). Inventory#: p238pmat. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Système pénitentiaire aux Etats-Unis et de son application en France; suivi d'un appendice sur les colonies pénales, et de notes statistiques; seconde édition entièrement refondue et augmentée d'une introduction, etc.

      - P , Gosselin , 1836 , 2 vols in8 1/2 chagrin vert foncé , 394 - 374pp , 5 planches hors texte. Très bon état , si ce n' est des rousseurs sur le texte. Cachet discret. Ouvrage majeur toujours d' actualité.

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        Details of Antient Timber Houses of the 15th & 16th Century. Gothic Furniture in the Style of the 15th Century. Designs for Gold & Silversmiths. Designs for Iron & Brasswork in the Style of the XV and XVIth Centuries.

      London: Ackermann 1835 1836 1836 - Four works bound in one volume, first editions, 4to. Hand coloured titles and a colophon plus 21, 24, 27 and 25 plates respectively, slight cracking of binding otherwise very good. Publisher’s cloth, possibly later, some light marks, gilt titled spine, t.e.g. Four of Pugin’s many influential architectural publications. Pugin was heavily involved in the design of the Houses of Parliament and other Gothic buildings, and designed numerous churches, including Southwark Cathedral. He was also a keen sailor - "‘There is nothing worth living for,’ he is reported to have said, ‘but Christian architecture and a boat.’" (DNB).

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        Annual Report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society. Being a Concise History of the Cases of the Slave Child, Med, and the Women Demanded as Slaves of the Supreme Judicial Court of Mass. With All the Other Proceedings of the Society. [Cover title]: Right and Wrong in Boston in 1836

      Boston: Published by the Society. Isaac Knapp Printer. 1836. First. First edition. Printed wrappers. 12mo. 90pp. Printed brown wrappers. Slight staining and modest overall use to the wrappers, else an attractive and pleasing near fine copy. When the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society declined to admit women, the sisters Anne Greene Chapman and Maria Weston Chapman banded with other women to form their own society. They were radical for the time in that they invited African-Americans to join and experienced great opposition even from other Abolitionists. This was their first annual report which details the activities of the Society including a call for the abolition of slavery in Washington, DC, transcripts of members' conversations with escaped slaves, correspondence with other groups, and an account of the Society's intervention on behalf of a six-year-old slave girl brought from Louisiana to keep her mistress company while she summered in Massachusetts. The Society brought suit successfully and was a landmark in American slave law. Chapman also uses the report to expound upon women's rights, responding to the suggestion that women are inferior: "Such harem notions, the relics of barbarous ages, will not be entirely extinguished while slavery exists, for they are only manifestations of that spirit." Also contains the first book appearance of "To the Memory of Charles B. Storrs" by John Greenleaf Whittier (BAL 21698). Also issued in cloth, the wrappered issue is exceptionally uncommon. .

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        Autograph letter

      1836 - Three pages on one leaf, 8vo., approximately 400 words; integral address leaf in Williams's hand; folded; unpublished; enclosed in a folding box ---- Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and schooled at the New York African Free School, Peter Williams, Jr., (1780-1840) served as the lay reader at the primarily white Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, New York City, before organizing blacks into a separate congregation in 1818. The following year, they built and formally consecrated St. Philip's African Church. Williams was licensed to preach, became rector in 1820, and ordained the first black Episcopal priest in 1826. A firm believer in racial equality, Williams was a cofounder of the first black newspaper in the United States, Freedom’s Journal, in 1827. Six years later, Williams help found the American Anti-Slavery Society. In 1834, he was forced to resign from the Society’s board to pacify anti-abolitionists, who, alleging that he had conducted an interracial marriage, had maliciously desecrated St. Philips. Although Williams withdrew from the inner circle of the abolitionist organization, he still lectured widely on the movement’s behalf and traveled extensively to promote black community projects. For a decade, Williams and John Schroeder, assistant minister of Trinity Church, collaborated on projects advancing educational opportunities for black New Yorkers. Both men raised funds for New York Manumission Society schools. In 1836, hoping to secure financial backing for “our contemplated school,” Williams decided to visit England and go “from house to house to obtain subscriptions.” This July 30, 1836, letter was written to the Reverend Schroeder soon after arriving in London. He mentioned a lamentable incident that had occurred prior to sailing. Despite having been issued a passport affirming his citizenship based upon nationality and race, he was denied passage aboard an American vessel because of his color and was necessarily obliged to accept a British captain’s hospitality. "Excepting the difficulties I met with at the custom house, I have met with nothing but kind and respectful treatment,” Williams informed Schroeder. “My color has no disadvantage to me here. [Away from America] a colored man is led to forget his complexion, and to be satisfied with the hue God stamped upon him - I need not say that I feel this to be very agreeable to my mind." Black abolitionist correspondence rarely appears on the market, and Williams letters, especially, are exceedingly scarce. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        POUSSAN, poème. manuscrit, daté du 26 janvier 1836.

      sans lieu, 1836. - Un volume, in-4, 33 pages, Avec de nombreux dessins à la plume, un entre chaque strophe et un en frontispice. Précieux manuscrit, de la main de l'auteur avec des corrections.pleine reliure muette de l'époque en veau cerise. Dos orné de filets dorés, séri

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        Reminiscences of a Literary Life. Large Paper Edition. 2 vols.

      John Major, London, 1836, - DIBDIN, Reverend Thos. Frognall. Reminiscences of a Literary Life. London :John Major, 71, Great Russell-Street, Bloomsbury, MDCCCXXXVI [1836]. Pp (4),[v]-xxxii,(4),[1]-556,frontis + 4 plates; (2),557-982,+ 5 plates. Large 8vo, three-quarter brown levant morocco, light brown cloth boards, t.e.g., raised bands and gilt decoration to spine. ONE OF THIRTY-FIVE LARGE PAPER COPIES. Jackson, 86. Light wear to outer hinges, foxing to one plate, else avery nice copy of the Large Paper Edition. 3,000.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Astoria; Or, Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains.

      Baudry's European Library, Paris 1836 - First Continental Edition. SIGNED by Irving on the half-title, and dated 'Madrid, April 5, 1843.' Contemporary three-quarter leather over marbled boards. The marbled paper is scuffed and, on the front board, wrinkled. Foxing to the first few pages. There is an illegible ink inscription at the head of the title-page, the top edge of which was trimmed when the book was bound. Irving served as Minister to Spain between 1842 and 1846. Signed copies of Irving's works are uncommon.

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      London - Richard Bentley 1836 - A first edition of this account of the fur trade in the American Northwest. Publishers original binding. Complete in three volumes. Washington Irving (April 3, 1783 November 28, 1859) was an American author, essayist, biographer and historian of the early 19th century. He is best known for his short stories The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle. In 1834, Irving was approached by fur magnate John Jacob Astor, who convinced Irving to write a history of his fur trading colony in the American Northwest, now known as Astoria, Oregon. Irving made quick work of Astor's project, shipping the biographical account titled Astoria in February 1836. With a previous owner's ink inscription to each title page, reading 'Lynedock'. Condition: In cloth covered binding. Externally, sound with shelfwear and bumpingto extremities. Internally, firmly bound, bright and clean. Slight creasing to title page of volume I. Overall: VERY GOOD [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Periodico de la Academia de Medicina de Megico

      Imprenta de Galvan 1836 - 40, Mexico City - Four volumes, Quarto-size monthly periodical, each monthly issue bound in tan wrappers and including about 30 pp of text. Porrua (Diccionario p 1110) states: "Organo oficial de la primera Academia de Medicina, fundada en Mexico en 1836. Inicio su publicacion el mismo ano en que se fundo la Academia y llegaron a publicarse seis vols. correspondientes a los anos 1836 a 1841. Su director fue el Dr. Manuel Carpio. Fue impreso en la Imp. de Galvan. Colaboraron los mas notables medicos de la epoca en Mexico. Dada la extrema rareza de este periodico, el Dr Fernandez del Castillo incluyo los indices de sus tomos en su . Bibliografia general de la Academia Nacional de Medicina." Volume 3, 1838 - 39 issues, is not complete, lacking #s 4 and 5: and, as the Porrua notes, the journal continued through '41, so those 2 volumes are also lacking. Quite scarce, the first medical journal of Mexico. Very nice condition, the set, all in their original wrappers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Sketches by Boz. Illustrative of Every-Day Life, and Every-Day People. In Two Volumes. [Together with]: The Second Series. Complete in One Volume. Illustrations by George Cruikshank

      London: John Macrone, 1836 & 37 - 3 volumes, octavo (volumes I and II 185 × 115 mm, volume III 190 × 120 mm). Late nineteenth-century burgundy half morocco, spines gilt in compartments, marbled sides and endpapers, top edges gilt. Original cloth of volume II mounted to rear endpapers. Contemporary annotations to front blank of volume II. Bookplate of William Elliot Baillie and Dickens memorial stamp to each set of front endpapers. Bindings slightly rubbed at the extremities, contents toned with occasional smudges, tanning from inserted and occasionally tipped-in material, marginal ink spot to rear leaves of volume I. A very good set. Engraved frontispiece and 7 plates each to volumes I and II. Frontispiece, engraved title, and 8 plates to volume III. First editions in book form, early issues with most of the flaws called for by Smith. Smith 1. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Chapman & Hall,, London: 1836 - 4 plates. Early in his career, while busily at work on PICKWICK, Dickens found time to write this political tract (under this Sparks pseudonym) in support of the working man's freedom on the Sabbath, which was being threatened by Parlimentary action. This role of working man's champion was to continue throughout his life. The first edition of this work, in original wrappers, is quite scarce. VG (some soiling & wear). Over, quite a respectable copy of this delicate, emphemeral piece. Slipcase - spine sunned to tan, otherwise VG+. Original printed wrappers. Chemised, and housed in a full green morocco pull-off slipcase. Accompanied by a bound copy of the 1884 Jarvis facsimile. 12mo. 1st edition (Eckel, pp 102-103). 49, [3 (blank)] pp. Trimmed edges. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        A Chart of the Red Sea, Comprising the part above Jiddah, on Mercator's Projection, Compiled from A Stasimetric Survey, Executed in the Years 1830, 31, 32, & 33 in the Hon[oura]ble Comp[an]y's Ship Palinurus, By Com[man]der R. Moresby, and Lieu[tenan]t T. G. Carless, Indian Navy.

      London, John Walker, Geographer to the Honourable East India Company, August 1st 1836 [but 1855]. - Engraved sea chart on two sheets, numerous soundings and a few coastal profiles, tracks of the Ship Palinurus, many place names in Arabic and English, watermarked 'J. Watman 1855', a few minor tears to margins. Large and detailed chart of the northern part of the Red Sea. The survey was carried out by Commander Robert Moresby aboard the 'Palinurus', a ship of the newly formed Indian Navy (formerly the Bombay Marine). The chart was held in such great esteem at the time that Richard Burton mentions it in his work 'First Footsteps in East Africa' (1856), in which he quotes from the 'Quarterly Review' (No. cxxix. Dec. 1839):In five years, the admirable maps of that coral-bound gulf - the Red Sea - were complete: the terrors of the navigation had given place to the confidence inspired by excellent surveys. In 1829 the Thetis of ten guns, under Commander Robert Moresby, convoyed the first coal ship up the Red Sea, of the coasts of which this skilful and enterprising seaman made a cursory survey, from which emanated the subsequent trigonometrical operations which form our present maps. Two ships were employed, the 'Benares' and 'Palinurus', the former under Commander Elwon, the latter under Commander Moresby. It remained, however, for the latter officer to complete the work. Some idea may be formed of the perils these officers and men went through, when we state the 'Benares' was forty-two times aground.He goes on to quote: The beautiful maps of the Red Sea, drafted by the late Commodore Carless, then a lieutenant, will ever remain permanent monuments of Indian Naval Science, and the daring of its officers and men.

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        Des alten Nürnbergs Sitten und Gebräuche in Freud und Leid.

      Nuremberg, Johann Jakob Lechner, 1831-1836. - 4to. Pts. I/1, II/1, and III/1 (= all published) in 1 vol. 47, 48, 16 pp. With 33 (30 coloured) engraved plates (some folding). Contemp. marbled boards. Only edition. "Now rare collection" (cf. Hayn/G.). Contains the Nuremberg "Schembart" play, a carnival masque with 20 coloured zinc engravings, edited from old mss. Other items include various treatises on the history of Nuremberg and a book of Nuremberg costumes (with 10 coloured engravings). Only the first issue of each of the three parts saw publication. - All costumes are pictured in beautiful original colour; also includes a facsimile of Martin Luther's "Praise of Music". - Some browning and brownstaining (mainly concerning the endpapers); 2 plates are loosened. No other complete copy listed in auction records of the last decades. Lipperheide Dfe 19. Hayn/Gotendorf V, 427. Pfeiffer 33848, 33792 und 33958. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ueber das Wesen des Verdauungsprocess, with 2 other papers by Muller and Schwann and Remak.

      G. Eichler, Berlin 1836 - 1. Schwann, Theodor (1810-82). Ueber das Wesen des Verdauungsprocesses. IN: Arch. Anat. Physiol. wins. Med. 1836, nos. I & 2, 90-138. 2. Müller, Johannes (1801-58) & Schwann. Versuche über die künstliche Verdauung des geronnenen Eiweisses. Ibid., no. 1, 66-89. 3. Remak, Robert (1815-65). Vorläufige Mittheliung microscopischer Beobachtungen über den inner Bau der Cerebrospinalnerven und über die Entwickelung ihrer Formelemente. Ibid., no. 2, 145-161. Together 2 numbers, 8vo. 221 x 139 mm. Original printed wrappers, uncut & partly unopened. Slight wear & foxing but fine. From the library of Walter PAGEL (1898-1982; see Garrison-Morton 3242) with his notes & his marker slips showing the many great researchers contributing to the 1836 Archiv. Berlin: G. Eichler, 1836.1 & 2. First Editions. Garrison-Morton 991, 990. "Although the part played by Schwann in developing the cell theory is well known, his many other important contributions are seldom mentioned. These include . . . several important papers on the digestive process, one written in 1836 with his mentor Johannes Muller on digestion of egg white, and his still more important discovery of the enzyme 'pepsin' in the gastric juice. In connection with this, Schwann reestablished the fact first stated by Prout and later by Beaumont that the free acid in the stomach is hydrochloric . . ." (Fulton/Wilson 190).3. First Edition. Garrison-Morton 1260: Discovery of the non-medullated nerve fibers ("fibers of Remak").These two numbers of the 1836 volume of Müller's Archiv also include Eduard Weber's "Einige Bemerkungen über die Mechanik der Gelenke," on the mechanics of joints; G. G. Valentin's "Ueber den Inhalt des Keimbläschens" (pp. 162-169), on Purkyne's vesicle (the nuclear portion of the ovum); and Heinrich Rathke's "Zur Anatomie der Fische" (pp. 170-186). 7028 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Médecine légale, théorique et pratique. Avec le texte et l'interprétation des lois relatives à la médecine légale revues et annotés par J.-B.-F. Dehaussy de Robécourt.

      Paris, Germer Baillières, 1836. - Deux volumes in-8 demi-veau cerise de l'époque, titres et tomaisons dorés, dos à quatre faux-nerfs et cloisonnés, tranches jaspées, XVI-724 + 982 pages, deux tableaux dépliants. Première édition. Bel exemplaire.

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        Narrative Of A Journey To The Zoolu Country, In South Africa

      London: William Crofts, 1836. First edition. Hardcover. Modern ruby cloth, black leather spine label printed in gilt. Fine./No Dust Jacket. 412 pages. 23 x 15 cm. Two folding maps with outline coloring, 26 plates, two in color. Gardiner attended the Royal Naval College at Portsmouth, serving at sea from 1810-1826, rising to rank of Commander. He then devoted the remainder of his life to missionary work, founding the first missionary station at Port Natal. From 1834 to 1838 he attempted to establish Christian churches in Zululand without success. Color plates clean, a few black and white engravings toned at margins, some text tong, last thirty leaves one half centimeter stain at lower fore-edge

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