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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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        ATLAS DES MEMOIRES POUR SERVIR A L'HISTOIRE MILITAIRE SOUS LE DIRECTOIRE, LE CONSULAT ET L'EMPIRE. PARIS. GAULTIER LAGUIONIE. 1836.

      1836 - GRAND IN-FOLIO (38 X 51 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) ENTIEREMENT MONTE SUR ONGLETS DE 2 FEUILLETS (TITRE + TABLE) ET 17 CARTES REPLIEES, RELIURE D'EPOQUE 1/2 CHAGRIN VERT A COINS, DOS A SIX NERFS ORNE DE CAISSONS A FLEURONS DORES, TITRE DORE. TRACES D'USURE EXTERIEURE AVEC MANQUES DE CUIR, TRACE D'HUMIDITE ANCIENNE EN DEBUT DE VOLUME, CACHET ANCIEN DE BIBLIOTHEQUE, EXEMPLAIRE RESTANT CONVENABLE POUR CET ATLAS, UN DES PLUS RECHERCHES DES CAMPAGNES NAPOLEONIENNES.

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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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        Une Instruction Criminelle.

      1836 1836 - 1st edition. Bruxelles 1836. 271 pp. Publisher's blindtooled cloth, spine richly gilt. Spine weakly faded. Name on endpaper and half-title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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        Astoria;

      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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        SUNDAY UNDER THREE HEADS.

      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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        Narrative of a journey to the Zoolu country, in South Africa. By Captain Allen F. Gardiner, R.N., undertaken in 1835.

      William Crofts, London 1836 - complete, 412 pages, Two folding maps, with outline coloring, 26 original lithographic plates with tissue guards, two fine coloured plates of figures which includes the frontispiece . Original cloth binding with gilt lettering to the spine, very good with a little general wear and rubbing, a little marked to the base of the spine (see images). Contents clean and tight, small partially rubbed out name to the very top of the front free endpaper, paste down a little marked, some staining to pages and plates, light toning to some pages, no annotation. A very good first edition copy with all plates present. Size: 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Cruise of The Midge.

      Edinburgh: Blackwood. 1836 - Adventure Fiction. First Edition. 2 Volumes. 12mo. In very handsome contemporary full scarlet straight grain morocco. Titled and decorated in gilt to spine and borders with attractive gilt foliate border to boards. Light scuffing and minor edgewear, very attractive indeed. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Professional repair to small tear margin of contents page. A very attractive little copy of this seafaring novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die klassischen Stellen der Schweiz und deren Hauptorte in Originalansichten dargestellt, gezeichnet von G.A. Müller, auf Stahl gestochen H. Winkles und den besten englischen Künstlern. Mit Erläuterungen. 1. und 2. Abtheilungen.

      Kunst-Vlg.,, Karlsruhe u.a., 1836 - Karlsruhe u.a., Kunst-Vlg., 1836. 423 S. OLd. EA. Goed. X, 105, 113. WG II 105. Mit 85 Tafeln inklusive Titel. - Besitzsign. a. V., St. a. Impressum, Bibliotheksnr. a. Schmutztitel, Ebd. etw. berieben, leichte Gbrsp. Deutsch

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Weimar, 3. III. 1836.. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-4to.. Dankesbrief an die mit Goethe befreundet gewesene Gräfin Julie von Egloffstein in München: "Gehindert durch so manches Verhältniß, in dem [!] ich mich vermittelst meiner Weltbestimmung ein für allemal dann aber auch durch besondere Umstände versetzt sehe, geschieht es mir nicht zu selten, gerade da lange schweigen zu müssen wo mein Herz so voll von Dank ist [...]". - Die Tinte stark durchschlagend.

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        A History of British Fishes

      John van Voorst, London 1836 - John van Voorst, London, 1836. First Edition. Complete 2 volume set. 8vo. Pages xxvi, 408, index; 472 Illustrated by nearly 400 woodcuts. Fine Victorian half-leather binding with matching marbled paper for boards and endpapers; all edges marbled to match. Gilt tooling to leather on boards. Raised bands to spine, gilt lining to bands. Gilt titling to spine. A gilt motif (a dolphin?) to one panel of spine. Extremities rubbed but overall a fine set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Istoria della città e costiera di Amalfi in due parti divisa.

      Napoli, Fibreno 1836 - In 8vo; pp.457, 1n.n. con errata. Stemma della città al frontespizio. 12 tavole intercalate nel testo. In fine tavola spieghevole con la pianta topografica della città e costiera d'Amalfi e sue adiacenze da Punta della Campanella a Capo d’Orso. Mezza pelle coeva. Titolo e fregi dorati al dorso. La descrizionei delle principali località della costiera: Ravello, Atrani, Conca, Agerola, Praiano, Vettica e Positano. Lozzi, 45. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'imitation de Jésus-Christ. Traduction nouvelle de M. l'Abbé Dassance. illustrée par MM. Tony Johannot et Cavalier.

      L. Curmer,, Paris, 1836 - cm. 26, pp. (4) viii, 454. Primo frontespizio a colori, varie tavole fuori testo incise in rame. testo interamente incorniciato da ricchi fregi xilografici. Splendida legatura coeva in pieno marocchino verde, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti interamente decorati in oro, dentelles interne, tagli in oro. Legatura firmata M. Charpentier. Esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera impreziosita da una legatura di gran pregio. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wesh-Cubb, A Chippeway Chief,

      ca. 1836, Philadelphia - Hand-colored lithograph from an early folio edition of McKenney and Hall's "History of the Indian Tribes of North America". Image size approximately 14-1/8 by 20 inches, matted in an 18 x 24 inch mat. Trace of binding adhesive along one edge else a fine copy with vibrant colors. This image is listed on the contents page of Volume I as Weshcumbb or 'The Sweet'.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        Gespräche mit Goethe in den letzten Jahren seines Lebens 1823-32. Erster-(Dritter) Theil. (3 Bde.).

      Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1836-49. 3 uniform contemp. marbled boards, titlelabels on backs. XIV,386;(4),360;XVI,376 pp., incl. htitles and dedication-leaves. Stamp on foot of titles, old owners name (Carl Behr, Poopen, 1865) on titles. Scattered brownspots throughout.. First edition (all 3 volumes) of the most valuable source for Goethe's life and opinion in his last years. Eckermann assisted Goethe in the preparation of the definitive edition of his works. Nietzsche described these Conversations with Goethe as "Das beste deutsche Buch, das es gibt."

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        Les Saints Évangiles

      Paris: L. Curmer, 1836 - 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 (BINDING, SIMIER) 2 vols., Tall 8vo. 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. 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. Vicaire III, pp. 616-7; Ramsden, French Bookbinders, p. 190 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of the Late William Cobbett, .Embracing All the Interesting Events of His Memorable Life, Obtained from Private and Confidential Sources; Also, A Critical Analysis of his Scientific and Elementary Writings by Robert Huish.

      London: John Saunders, 1836. - Two volumes bound in one. First edition. Tall thick 8vo., full cont. calf, gilt dec. on the spine, x, 496; (iv), 474pp. With illustrations. Minor dampstain in the upper margin of the first 50pp. not affecting text, rubber stamp, outer hinges cracked and tender (but holding) in fact a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE NATURELLE DES LEPIDOPTERES ou papillons de France , Tome X : NOCTURNES , Tome Septième.

      Méquignon-Marvis, Paris 1836 - In-8 , 390pp. illustr. 20 planches lithographiées en couleurs hors-texte , reliure XXe , demi-cuir et coins , couverture conservée , quelques pages non coupeés , bw-20 ,

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        Portugal and Gallicia, with a review of the Social and Political State of the Basque Provinces: and a few remarks on Recent Events in Spain.

      - London, John Murray, 1836, 2 tomos, 20,5 x 13 cm., hol. piel, XIII + 344 págs. = IV + 463 págs. (Rara edición de esta obra donde se narra el viaje que realizó el autor en 1827 por el norte de España y Portugal añadiendo sus opiniones sobre la Guerra Carlista).

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        DRAMATIC WORKS AND POEMS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, with Notes, Original and Selected, and Introductory Remarks to Each Play, By Samuel Weller Singer, F.S.A. and A LIFE OF THE POET By Charles Symmons, D.D. in Two Volumes.

      New York George Dearborn 1836 - 2 volumes. First of the edition and a very early American issue. Engraved frontispiece of the Bard and many black and white engravings throughout. Tall 8vo, three quarter contemporary black straight-grain morocco over green pebbled cloth boards, the spine with raised bands gilt lined and decorated, lettered in gilt in two compartments, marbled endpapers. 522; 596pp. A very handsome and attractive early American issuance of Shakespeare’s works, with only light aging. A very well preserved set. "The object then of the present publication is to afford the general reader a correct edition of Shakespeare, accompanied by an abridged commentary, in which all superfluous and refuted explanations and conjectures, and all controversies and squabbles of contending critics should be omitted; and such elucidations only of obsolete words and obscure phrases, and such critical illustrations of the text as might be deemed most generally useful be retained" [preface]. And so it accomplishes its goal. The editor also includes a section on the life of Shakespeare, an elegy written by Ben Jonson, and a reprint of the Bard’s famous will in which he bequeaths to his wife his "second best bed, with the furniture." A nice early American set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sketches by Boz: Illustrative of Every-Day Life, and Every-Day People.

      London: John Macrone, 1836. - Dickens's first book, a collection of stories and sketches that had appeared in various London periodicals. 2 vols, 8vo, original green pebbled cloth, gilt lettering. Sixteen plates after drawings by Cruikshank. Smith, page 7; Eckel, page 13; NCBEL III, 786. Cloth a little worn with some minor repairs; volume two neatly recased with white endpapers; edges of the plates a little browned; very good copy, enclosed in a cloth slipcase. Second edition, issued about seven months after the first edition, with a new two-page preface by Dickens dated August 1, 1836. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Tuggs's at Ramsgate" and "A Little Talk about Spring and the Sweeps."

      1836 - In: THE LIBRARY OF FICTION, or Family Story Teller; consisting of Original Tales, Essays, and Sketches of Character. With Fourteen Illustrations [in each volume]. Vol. I [& II]. London: Chapman and Hall, 1836/1837. Bound in contemporary half calf with marbled boards. First Edition in book form. Chapman & Hall's monthly fiction periodical "The Library of Fiction" began in April 1836, starting right off in that issue with the sketch "The Tuggs's at Ramsgate" by a writer using the pseudonym "Boz." The third (June) issue included another, "A Little Talk about Spring and the Sweeps." When the Second Series of SKETCHES BY BOZ was published in December 1836, the latter tale was included (re-titled "The First of May"); "The Tuggs's at Ramsgate" was the only one of Dickens's periodical sketches that did not appear in either volume of SKETCHES BY BOZ -- but it was added when SKETCHES BY BOZ was subsequently issued in serial parts, from Nov 1837 through June 1839.~These two volumes contain the monthly issues of this new periodical, with preliminary leaves added for this book form (the second volume, issued in 1837, did not have any Dickens contributions but is included here). "The Tuggs's at Ramsgate" includes two plates by Seymour, and "Spring and the Sweeps" has one by Buss; both illustrators would soon be involved with PICKWICK PAPERS. Other contributors include Edward Mayhew, G. P. R. James, Douglas Jerrold, Mary Russell Mitford and the Countess of Blessington.~This set is bound in contemporary half calf with gilt-paneled spine and black leather spine label, and marbled paper-covered boards. Condition is very good (minor edgewear of the marbled boards, small worm-hole in the first few leaves of Vol II, dampmark in the margfin of some plates). See Podeschi E121. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L ' imitation de Jésus CHRIST RELIURE A LA CATHEDRALE de SIMIER Relieur du ROI 1836

      - Paris Curmer 1836 . Un volume IN 4 de VIII + 454 pp à frontispice chromolithographié . RELIURE A LA CATHEDRALE , VEAU BLEU NUIT , signée en queue SIMIER Rel du ROI . Deux plats estampés à froid ,encadrés d ' un triple filet or , puis d ' filet simple à fleurons d ' angle . Rappel du motif cathédrale à froid sur le dos . Filet sur les coupes , dentelle intérieure avec des gardes blanches estampées d' un décor floral . Tranches dorées . Des traces sur les gardes , nombreux petits défauts sur cette fragile reliure : Petit manque en pied , coins marqués ,marques sur le bord des plats et le long des mors . Initiales gravées au centre des plats de 165 x 255 mm . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Book of Common Prayer, Administration of the Sacraments, Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to Use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: Together w/ Psalter or Psalms of David. Plus Psalms in Metre, Hymns, et

      NY: New York Protestant Episcopal Press, 1836. Original finely bound 1836 New York Protestant Episcopal Press issue. Only 2 copies in OCLC. 4to., 9" x 11" x 2." 478, 132, 125 [6] pp. Full brown leather with embossed covers and slightly raised bands, gilt decorative spine and cover rules, marbled edges. Trinity Church, Wolcottville, gilt stamped on cover. Mostly clean and bright, binding straight and tight. Front inner hinge split, foxing/creasing to endpapers, some mothing into the edges, damp stain along top margin of the Hymns, three page corners chipped - not affecting text, some scuffing/rubbing to the leather with dark staining. Good overall, but textblock mostly near very good. Very scarce.. 1st. Hard. Good/No Jacket, As Issued. 4to.

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        Switzerland Vol 1

      George Virtue, London 1836 - Rebound into full burgundy leather with gilt decoration to the spine and along the inner edges of the boards. Marbled page edges; bound in ribbon marker. Illustrated throughout with black and white engraved plates. Marbled page edges faded; lower outside corners bumped, otherwise fine. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SWITZERLAND. Illustrated, in a Series of Views Taken on the Spot and Expressly For This Work, by W.H. Bartlett, Esq., [with text by William Beattie].

      London: George Virtue 1836 - 2 volumes. 4to. 1st edition. [2pp] + iv + 188pp; [4pp] + 152pp. Extra engraved title pages with vignettes, 106 engraved plates, engraved folding map. Contemporary half dark green crushed morocco, marbled boards, raised bands, gilt-paneled compartments, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A clean set. Fine. William Bartlett traveled throughout Europe with William Beattie, and made an extensive collection of drawings which were used for the engravings that illustrated their published works. This set, the sixth in a series of illustrated works, presents the settlements, inhabitants, and natural beauty of Switzerland, complemented by text rich in local legend, tradition, anecdotes, and cultural peculiarities. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Switzerland Illustrated in a Series of Views Taken Expressly for This Work by W.H. Bartlett, Esq. (First Edition, 2 Volumes)

      W. H. Bartlett, London 1836 - FIRST EDITION, first printing. Two quarto volumes. 106 plates, folding map, vignette titles. Contemporary full blue calf with gilt borders, gilt spines, with raised bands, compartmented, marbled endpapers and edges. Very good. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TEXAS.

      Lexington, Ky.: J. Clarke & Co., . 1836 - [2],viii ,410pp. plus folding engraved map of Texas on onionskin paper, 26.8 x 34 cm., with original handcolored outline and shading. Original tan muslin, printed paper label (chipped). Some wear and repairs to cloth. Moderate foxing. Overall very good. The Hooker map is clean and crisp. Gift bookplate dated 1838 from G.M. Bryan to Nu Pi Kappa Society at Kenyon College in Ohio. Guy M. Bryan was the nephew of Stephen F. Austin. Huntington Library deaccession stamp on rear pastedown. In a half morocco and cloth slipcase, spine gilt extra. This is Mrs. Holley's second book on Texas, intended as a practical and informative guide for emigrant's to the area. Despite the title, which is similar to the author's Baltimore 1833 book, this is a completely different work. Jenkins calls it "a much more important book." Included herein is a general history of Texas to May 5, 1836, a printing of the Texas and Mexican constitutions, Stephen Austin's farewell address of March 7, and specific information regarding settlements, towns, business and banking matters, transportation and communication facilities, etc. While her earlier book served to promote the enthusiastic interest of prospective emigrants to Texas, Mrs. Holley in this work provides the hard facts of what they would find there. As Stephen F. Austin's cousin, she was in a position to know. The Hooker "Map of the State of Coahuila and Texas" was published several times, with revisions to reflect the changing face of Texas. This edition is quite striking, with the grants colored. There are numerous additions to this map over past issues. Though the 1833 Holley commands a higher price than the 1836, the 1836 is seldom offered on the rare book market. STREETER TEXAS 1207. RAINES, p.116. HOWES H593, "aa." SABIN 32528. GRAFF, FIFTY TEXAS RARITIES 15. BASIC TEXAS BOOKS 94. VANDALE TEXIANAMETER 88.

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