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        Squire's Map of the State of New York, Containing all the Towns in the State

      New York 1836 - Engraved wall map, full period hand-colouring. Inset maps of Manhattan, New York Bay, and the Vicinity of Niagara. Inset view of Niagara Falls. Inset tables relating to height of mountains, length of rivers and construction of canals. (Linen-backing renewed). Scarce 19th century wall map of New York State at the height of canal fever. Chapin began his career as an apprentice to John Vallance in Philadelphia in 1817. Five years later, he began working for Fielding Lucas. Chapin was the engraver of Greenleaf's atlas of the state of Maine (1829) and Lay's wall map of the United States (1832). First issued in 1834, the present example is the second issue, with the date changed in the cartouche. The map is quite rare, with only one other copy recorded by OCLC. Not in Phillips, A List of Maps of America or Rumsey.

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        Oeuvres

      Edition illustrated by Tony Johanot, a frontispiece, an engraved title and 800 vignettes engraved on wood (header, headbands, cul-de-lamp). Notice by Sainte Beuve. First printing.Binding in full veal glazed noisette of time. Smooth backs richly adorned with mirrored rocailles irons. Titles and golden tones. Cold-shaved boards of a central diamond with various textures, a central rectangle with florets in the spots, and a large frieze framing, as well as a golden net. Marbled slices. Unsigned master binder. The boards are affected by a trace of wetting, the leather being now darker there. Various friction. Small scattered fissures, mainly in margins. A very narrow slit at the head of the lower joint of volume 1, not very visible, extends over a third of the bit. A small trace of pale moisture of 0.5 to 1 cm along the outer margin, without any gravity. The paper is white except some yellow notebooks at the end of volume 2. Despite some defects, beautiful copy in a rare binding.This book is particularly rare in full romantic binding, the velvet being the leather of choice of the bindings of that time.One of the most beautiful books illustrated by Johannot, with the Don Quixote and one of the jewels of the romantic illustration."Very beautiful book, rare in good condition and very well regarded for its admirable illustration ..." Carteret. Paulin Paris 1836 Grd. in 8 (17,5x26,5cm) 768pp. et 895pp. 2 volumes reliés

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        Johnsoniana; or Supplement to Boswell: Being Anecdotes and sayings of Dr Johnson

      London: John Murray, 1836. Large Paper Quarto Issue Copy. xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches). Contemporary green morocco, covers bordered with gilt rules, spine in six compartments with semi-raised bands, each bordered in gilt, lettered in gilt in the second compartment, dated at the foot of the spine, gilt turn-ins, yellow/cream glazed endpapers, a. e.g. (extremities scuffed, repaired tear to head of spine, scuff to gilding on fore-edges). Provenance: Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery (1847-1929, Prime Minister, armorial bookplate incorporating the Garter insignia but not the Order of the Thistle, which dates it to approx. 1892 and 1895, 'The Durdans, Epsom' blindstamp to title). Large Paper Quarto Issue Copy. xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches). ROSEBERY COPY. A large paper copy of an interesting work with a distinguished provenance: Rosebery who served as Prime Minister in the 1890s, was a Scottish Liberal, a racing enthusiast (he owned three Derby winners), a keen book collector (a portion was sold by Sothebys in London on 29 Oct 2009 for over 1.5 million pounds), and he married Hannah de Rothschild (the richest heiress of her generation). Lowndes V, p.1221 (mentions an 8vo issue at 1 guinea; and a large paper 4to issue at 2 pounds 8 shillings

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        Johnsoniana; or Supplement to Boswell: Being Anecdotes and sayings of Dr. Johnson .

      John Murray, London 1836 - Large Paper Quarto Issue Copy. xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches). ROSEBERY COPY. A large paper copy of an interesting work with a distinguished provenance: Rosebery who served as Prime Minister in the 1890s, was a Scottish Liberal, a racing enthusiast (he owned three Derby winners), a keen book collector (a portion was sold by Sothebys in London on 29 Oct 2009 for over 1.5 million pounds), and he married Hannah de Rothschild (the richest heiress of her generation). Lowndes V, p.1221 (mentions an 8vo issue at 1 guinea; and a large paper 4to issue at 2 pounds 8 shillings Contemporary green morocco, covers bordered with gilt rules, spine in six compartments with semi-raised bands, each bordered in gilt, lettered in gilt in the second compartment, dated at the foot of the spine, gilt turn-ins, yellow/cream glazed endpapers, a. e.g. (extremities scuffed, repaired tear to head of spine, scuff to gilding on fore-edges). Provenance: Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery (1847-1929, Prime Minister, armorial bookplate incorporating the Garter insignia but not the Order of the Thistle, which dates it to approx. 1892 and 1895, 'The Durdans, Epsom' blindstamp to title) xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches)

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        Johnsoniana: or, Supplement to Boswell: being anecdotes and sayings of Dr. Johnson

      John Murray 1836 - xxii, 530 p. All edge maraled, half leather, gilt marbled bords. Ex-library. Corners rubbed, but binding is tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mrs. Armytage: Or Female Domination

      G. W. M. Reynolds, Paris 1836 - Quarter bound green calf over marbled paper boards, tips worn, flat back spine, wear to spine edges, outer hinge starting on rear board starting at tail of spine and extending upwards two inches, spine faded, gilt decorations rubbed, wear to bottom edge of boards, marbled endsheets, book plate on front paste-down, 395 pages, last ninety pages has water stain on lower margin, some paper loss to margin, does not affect text. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LA CONFESSION D'UN ENFANT DU SIÈCLE

      Paris: Félix Bonnaire, Éditeur, 1836. Two volumes. [4],321;[4],330pp. Octavo. Quarter 19th century smooth calf and marbled boards, spines elaborately gilt extra, without wrappers, but with half-titles bound in. Manuscript annotation on I:97, light scattered foxing, faint tidemark and rippling to textblock of first volume, otherwise an attractive, tall set (218 mm). First edition of the author's autobiographical early prose masterpiece, through which is intimately woven the thread of his relationship with George Sand. "Ouvrage d'une grande rareté" - Carteret. In recent years, this work has been celebrated for its role as the source work for the film adaptation of 1999, LES ENFANTS DU SIÈCLE. CARTERET II:192. VICAIRE V:1241. ASSELINEAU, p.294.

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        Peintures antiques inédites précédées de recherches sur l'Emploi de la peinture dans la décoration des édifices sacrés et publics chez les Grecs et chez les Romains ; faisant suite aux Monuments inédits.

      Paris, Imprimerie Royale 1836 - in-4, [4]-XVI-470 pp., 15 pl., demi-chagrin rouge à coins, filet doré en encadrement, dos à nerfs orné de filets et de motifs dorés (rel. de l'époque). Petites griffures en tête du second mors et au premier coin supérieur. Édition originale rare, illustrée de 15 superbes planches gravées ou lithographiées, dont une dépliante, et réhaussées à l'aquarelle, excepté une. Désiré-Raoul dit Rochette fut notamment professeur d'Histoire et suppléant de Guizot, l'un des rédacteurs du Journal des Savants, puis conservateur du cabinet des médailles et antiques près de la bibliothèque du roi. Il était membre de l'Institut et de plusieurs académies européennes. Brunet, IV, 1106. Quérard, France littéraire, VIII, 96-99. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Physique Sociale. Ou, Essai Sur Le Developpement Des Facultes de L\'Homme, Tome premier et second

      Bruxelles Louis Hauman et Comp. 1836 kl 8°, Lwd., 339 S. m. einer Ausfalttafel u. 343 S. m. zwei Ausfalttafeln - Titelblätter mit Namenseintrag und Namensstempel, vereinzelt etwas stockfleckig, sporadische zeitgenössische Annotationen Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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        Robert Macaire, Les

      Paris: Chez Aubert, 1836-38 - Daumier's Most Celebrated WorkIn The Scarce Publisher's Original PortfolioWith Plates Larger Than In Sadleir's CopyDAUMIER, Honoré and Charles Philipon. Les Robert Macaire [Caricaturana]. Paris: Chez Aubert, 1836-1838. First edition. Folio (13 5/8 x 10 1/2 in; 347 x 267 mm). Eighty hand-colored lithographed plates (of 100) heightened with gum arabic, loose as issued, imprinted Caricaturana and numbered 1-27, 29-56, 58-69, 70-77, 79-83. Sadleir's copy (examined by Ray) measured 13 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches. With a TLS from Marseille book dealer Henri Roi dated Oct. 28, 1935 offering this copy to Librarie Michel in Paris.The plates chemised in the publisher's original blue cartonnage portfolio with gilt rolled border and corner-pieces enclosing a gilt panel with gilt lettering. Exceptionally rare. Housed in a felt-lined half black morocco clamshell case, spine with five raised bands, lettered in gilt in compartments.Also included are several Librarie R.G. Michel catalogs from the nineteen-thirties and some relevant newspaper cuttings."Les Robert Macaire remains Daumeir's best-known work. Baudelaire chose it. for specific discussion in his essay on French caricaturists and Carteret accorded it a place in his bibliography. Its contemporary popularity was immense. As an album it was published by Aubert in an edition of 2500 copies, a far larger number than for any other series. Yet so persistent was the demand that 6000 two-volume sets of reduced copies, called Les cent-et-un Robert Macaire, were published in 1839." (Ray).Though 2,500 may have been printed few have survived. OCLC/KVK records only two copies in institutions worldwide, Sadleir's at the Morgan Library, and at Yale. Though both are complete only the Morgan copy is in the original cartonnage portfolio. ABPC reports only three complete copies at auction since 1935 and it appears that at least two were rebound; it is safe, we think, to presume that the third copy was also rebound. The 'reduced' edition of 1839 is still quite rare at auction (two copies only since 1975) but there are more copies in institutional holdings."When politics became a forbidden topic in Le Charivari, where Caricaturana first appeared, Daumier and Philipon turned to social satire. If they could not attack Louis-Philippe directly, they could at least show the kind of society that flourished under his gross and venal regime. Taking the flamboyant and florid swindler Macaire from the character that Frederick Lemaitre had created in a hack melodrama called L'Auberge des adrets, they showed him.ranging through all kinds of commercial enterprise, in the stock market, in the banks, in the courts, and in dozens of other public settings, never failing to find eager dupes.Though Daumier's designes are are superb in themselves.they would be incomplete without the unfailing wit and point of Philipon's captions" (Ray).Ray, Art of the French Illustrated Book 161. Beraldi V, p. 124.

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        Über die Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaues

      Berlin: Druckerei des königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften,, 1836. und ihren Einfluß auf die geistige Entwickelung des Menschengeschlechts. Quarto (254 x 213 mm). Modern black pebbled quarter cloth, marbled boards, green paper label to spine hand lettered. A few neat pencil annotations to contents. Light wear to extremities, corners very gently bumped, contents browned with some foxing, creasing, and dampstain, small paper repair to title page verso, trimmed in the binding process, overall a very good copy. First edition of the diplomat, stateman, and linguist's major philological testament, "the first great book in general linguistics" (Bloomfield, p. 133), published posthumously. "Humboldt attempts the classification of peoples according to language. More important than the classification itself was the corollary to it, which seemed to Humboldt to imply that the development of individual languages is affected by physiology, ethnography, history, geography, political and religious relationships, and that stages in cultural development of peoples leave strongly marked traces in their languages" (PMM). Humboldt (1767–1835) travelled extensively as he studied the Basque language and, later, the ancient courty Kawi language of Java. Much of his work was never completed or published but remained in draft form. He was also renowned for his work as an education reformer, his most notable achievements being the founding of Berlin's Humboldt University in 1811 and as the originator of the highly influential holistic academic system now known as the Humboldtian model.

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        Autograph Letter Signed ("Thomas Hardy") to English novelist Walter Besant

      [London], "Wednesday 5:30 p.m." [no year]. 1 p. 8vo. Bifolium, 16 Pelham Crescent, South Kensington stationery. Faint marginal soiling. 1 p. 8vo. Hardy To Walter Besant. Hardy writes to his friend, the English novelist Walter Besant (1836-1901), to decline an invitation. "My dear Besant: I have only this minute received your kind invitation. I am so sorry that I am unable to accept owing to another engagement. With my kind regard to Mrs. Besant, I am, yours sincerely Thomas Hardy"

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        Annalen der Irren-Heilanstalt zu Siegburg. Herausgegeben von D. M. Jacobi. Erster Band. (all publ.)

      Köln, Druck und Verlag von M. DuMont-Schauberg, 1836, 8, XX, (4), 303, (1) pp., Halbledereinband d.Zt. minimal fleckig, feines Expl. Selten - Erstdruck! Carl Wigand Maximilian Jacobi (1775-1858) "gilt als Begründer der modernen Irrenheilkunde".Anhand von 23 ausführlichen Fallgeschichten versucht Jacobi eine Gliederung der möglichen Ursachen der Syndrome zu entwickeln, um zur Entwicklung einer Krankheitslehre beizutragen. Insbesondere die Zusammenhänge mit körperlichen Leiden waren für ihn bedeutsam. Er führt in diesen Annalen seinen Ansatz aus der "Sammlung für die Heilkunde der Gemüthskrankheiten" (1822 - 1830) fort, durch intensive und genaue Beobachtungen Ordnung in das Durcheinander der Erscheinungsbilder zu bringen. Am Schluß des Bandes gibt er "Summarische Nachweisungen über die während der Jahre 1825 bis 1836 Statt gefundenen Krankenaufnahmen, Genesungen, Todesfälle u.s.w.""Während die erste Lebenshälfte Jacobi's wenig Spuren einer bedeutenden Thätigkeit hinterließ - zu erwähnen ist er nur als Uebersetzer des Herodot und Thucydides, als Verfasser einiger kleiner medicinischer Aufsätze und gemeinsam mit Sim. Häberl als Herausgeber der "Jahrbücher des Sanitätswesens im Königreich Bayern", 1810 - hat er in seiner psychiatrischen Wirksamkeit geradezu Großartiges geschaffen. Als er sich der Psychiatrie zuwandte, lag das Irrenwesen Deutschlands im Argen, seine wissenschaftlichen Vertreter hatten sich in zwei Lager gespalten und bekämpften sich in ermüdendem Theorienstreite. Da trat J. auf und ging mit unbefangenem Blick und in thatkräftiger Weise an die praktische und wissenschaftliche Förderung der Irrenheilkunde. Gegenüberder damals sich mehr und mehr ausbreitenden psychischen Schule der Psychiatrie stellte er dem Standpunkte des Psychologen und Philosophen den des Naturforschers entgegen, dessen Aufgabe die Erforschung des menschlichen Organismus und der Gesetze aller diesem eigenthümlichen Lebenserscheinungen sei, also auch der psychischen Erscheinungen, allein nur insoferne sie Naturerscheinungen seien. Die Nachweisung ihres Hervorgehens, ihres Zusammenhanges und ihrer Veränderungen aus den Gesetzen des Organismus sei vor Allem zu erforschen. Alle Seelenstörungen beruhten auf körperlichen Abnormitäten, oder seien vielmehr nur Symptome körperlicher Erkrankung. J. ging jedoch noch weiter, indem er, wie dies schon der Titel seiner "Beobachtungen über die Pathologie und Therapie der mit Irresein verbundenen Krankheiten", 1830 andeutet, die Geistesstörungen nicht als selbständige Formen sondern nur als Symptome irgend einer somatischen Krankheit auffaßte und annahm, daß die mit Seelenstörung verbundenen Krankheiten bald diese bald jene Sphäre, bald dieses bald jenes einzelne Gebilde, bald diesen bald jenen Complexus von Gebilden des Gesammtorganismus ergriffen, während der Gehirnerkrankung selbst nur eine ganz untergeordnete, secundäre Rolle zukomme. In echt naturwissenschaftlicher Methode hat J. diese theoretisch aufgestellten Propositionen in der Praxis begründet. Obwol er nicht ganz auf der Höhe der ärztlichen Wissenschaft stand und nicht mit ihren Fortschritten gleichen Schritt zu halten vermochte, so daß er in späteren Jahren in den diagnostischen Behelfen und der pathologischen Anatomie manche Mängel zeigte, schuf er doch in seinen "Annalen der Irrenheilanstalt zu Siegburg", 1837 und in den "Hauptformen der Seelenstörungen in ihren Beziehungen zur Heilkunde", 1844, Werke von immer bleibendem Werthe. Flemming (Pathologie und Therapie der Psychosen, S. 17) nennt ihn in Anbetracht der Verdienste um die pathogenetische Untersuchung der Seelenstörungen den Baco der Irrenheilkunde. Das letztere Werk war ans drei Bände berechnet, leider ist nur der erste über Tobsucht erschienen. In diesem ist die ganze Symptomatologie der mit Tobsucht verbundenen Krankheitszustände, die Blutbewegung, die Respiration, die Verdauung, Ernährung etc. und schließlich die psychischen Erscheinungen mit solcher Gründlichkeit und Genauigkeit durchforscht, daß überall neue, zum Theil überraschende Resultate sich ergeben. In der Behandlung der Geistesstörungen verfolgte J. zwei Wege, die bald einzeln bald zugleich in Anwendung gezogen werden müssen: einerseits die Anwendung der zu Gebote stehenden Medicamente und diätetischen Mittel, andererseits directe Einwirkung auf die Gemüthskräfte, um durch deren Rückwirkung auf den Organismus, insofern ihre Aeußerung eine correspondirende organische Thätigkeit bedingt, die Krankheit zu heben. Diese psychische Einwirkung sei eine rein humane, rein individualisirende, unter Umständen sei aber auch Strenge nicht auszuschließen." Bandorf, ADB XIII(1881), pp. 593-596The asylum of Siegburg, the first who founded in Prussia and created by Jacobi under English influence, became the model for the German psychiatrists of the time. Jacobi, called the Esquirol of Germany, was a somatologist and proclaimed his respect for the brain by asserting that one needed no psychology to understand and treat mental diseases.Kirchhoff I, 83-94 Leibbrand-Walley, Der Wahnsinn, 496-97 Hirsch-H. III, 393 Waller 5097 Ackerknecht, Hist. Psychiatry, 62 Zilboorg, 433 & 434.

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        Jahrbuch / [Astronomisches Jahrbuch] für. . .

      Verlag der J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, Stuttgart and Tübingen 1836 - 1836-1844. Eight volumes bound in four (all published). 12mo (177 x 110 mm). xvi, 256; viii, 282, [2]; vi, 330; [4], 151 [1], 197 [1], [2]; [4], 340; [6], 326; [8], 116, 235 [1]; [2], 108, 254 pp., including 2 (1 folding) lithographed plates, 1 coloured engraved map, 2 folding engraved tables, 1 folding letterpress table, several illustrations and diagrams in text. Bound in contemporary uniform half cloth with gilt-lettered spines (little rubbing and chipping to extremities). Text little age-toned only, occasional minor foxing and brown spotting, light dampstaining to second part of vol. 1839, otherwise generally quite crisp and clean. Provenance: Teyler Museum, Haarlem* (ink stamps "Bibliotheque Musée Teyler Haarlem to title pages and upper and lower edges); Dieter Schierenberg b.v. (acquired from them in 1986). A very good copy, rarely found complete as here (no volume was issued for 1842). ---- DSB XII, p.234; ADB 33, p.32-33. - A complete set of the FIRST EDITION of Schumacher's Jahrbuch also known as Astronomisches Jahrbuch. The yearbooks contain astronomical and other scientific topics as well as astronomical ephemerides and were published by the Gauss student and head of the Sternwarte to Altona, Heinrich Christian Schumacher, "one of the most important friends and partners of Gauss" (HAB, Mass, number and weight, 5.16). The volumes contain contributions by Bessel, Olbers, Oersted, Gauss, Berzelius, von Humboldt and others, often in first edition. Amongst others are articles from Gauss (Erdmagentismus und Magnetometer, Erstdruck) in 1836; a first printing of Alexander v. Humboldt (On two attempts to climb the Chimborazo) in 1837, as well as BESSEL'S, investigations on the distance of the 61st of the Swan in Jahrgan 1839. Without year 1842, which never appeared. All the yearbooks are rare. A complete set as here is of exceptional rarity with no copies traceable in the antiquarian and auction book trade. Die Jahrbücher enthalten astronomischen u. anderen naturwissenschaftlichen Themen sowie astronomische Ephemeriden und wurden herausgegeben vom Gauss-Schüler und Leiter der Sternwarte zu Altona Heinrich Christian Schumacher, "einer der wichtigsten Freunde und Briefpartner von Gauss" (HAB, Mass, Zahl u. Gewicht, 5.16). Die Jarbücher enthalten Beiträge von Bessel, Olbers, Oersted, Gauss, Berzelius, von Humboldt und anderen Autoren, häufig in Erstdruck. Unter anderem sind Artikel enthalten von Gauss (Erdmagentismus und Magnetometer, Erstdruck) in Jahrgang 1836; ferner einen Erstdruck von Alexander v. Humboldt (Ueber zwei Versuche den Chimborazo zu besteigen) in Jahrgang 1837 sowie BESSEL'S, Untersuchungen über die Entfernung des 61.Sternes des Schwan in Jahrgan 1839. Ohne Jahrgang 1842, der nie erschienen ist. Sämtliche Jahrbücher sind selten. Ein vollständiger Satz wie hier von extremster Seltenheit und im Antiquariats- und Auktionshandel für uns nicht nachweisbar. *This is an ex library copy from the famous Teylers Museum in Haarlem, the only museum in the Netherlands that has been open to the public continuously since 1784. Its authentic interior, containing the original objects, has remained the same since then. So Teylers can justly lay claim to the title of being the first and oldest museum in the Netherlands. The library is interesting for itself. There is no other library in the Netherlands with such a beautiful and complete collection of literature from the 18th and 19th centuries about botany, zoology, and the earth sciences. In total, the book and journal collection consists of more than 125,000 volumes. Major acquisitions continued to be made until approximately 1940. Since then, the library has no longer been a place for finding out about the latest scientific developments, but primarily as a museum room of historic interest. (source: Tylers Museum website). - Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Über die Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaues und ihren Einfluß auf die geistige Entwickelung des Menschengeschlechts.

      Berlin: Druckerei des königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1836 - Quarto (254 x 213 mm). Modern black pebbled quarter cloth, marbled boards, green paper label to spine hand lettered. A few neat pencil annotations to contents. Light wear to extremities, corners very gently bumped, contents browned with some foxing, creasing, and dampstain, small paper repair to title page verso, trimmed in the binding process, overall a very good copy. First edition of the diplomat, stateman, and linguist's major philological testament, "the first great book in general linguistics" (Bloomfield, p. 133), published posthumously. "Humboldt attempts the classification of peoples according to language. More important than the classification itself was the corollary to it, which seemed to Humboldt to imply that the development of individual languages is affected by physiology, ethnography, history, geography, political and religious relationships, and that stages in cultural development of peoples leave strongly marked traces in their languages" (PMM). Humboldt (1767–1835) travelled extensively as he studied the Basque language and, later, the ancient courty Kawi language of Java. Much of his work was never completed or published but remained in draft form. He was also renowned for his work as an education reformer, his most notable achievements being the founding of Berlin's Humboldt University in 1811 and as the originator of the highly influential holistic academic system now known as the Humboldtian model. Printing and the Mind of Man 301. See L. Bloomfield, Language (New York: Henry Holt, 1933). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Journey through Arabia Petraea, to Sinai, and the Excavated City of Petra, the Edom of the Prophecies.

      London, John Murray, 1836. 8vo. Publisher's original cloth, central panel in blind to upper cover, lettered in gilt to spine; pp. xxviii, 331; lithographic frontispiece, one folding engraved map, 1 single-page engraved plan of Petra, 14 engraved plates of views and 10 lithographs of views and artefacts, numerous wood-engraved vignettes (a few full-page); fading to spine and partly to cover, small nicks to cloth at head of spine, some spotting to many plates, as usual (but retainig tissue guards), a good tight copy and relatively well-preserved in the original cloth; provenance: contemporary armorial engraved bookplate of Edmund Edward Meyrick, on Cefn Coch in Wales inside front cover, Bangor bookseller's ticket above; later rubber stamp of Joseph Lowrey on opposite fly-leaf. First English edition (first in French, 1830) of this highly illustrated travelogue. 'Laborde travelled with the well-known Linant de Bellefonds, who at the time was in service with Mehmet Ali as an hydraulic engineer. They set out from Cairo in February 1828, where Laborde had established himself after his long journey in Asia Minor and Syria (1826-7), and made their way to Petra via Suez and Mt. Sinai. Both Burckhardt and Mangles had explored Petra before Laborde but Laborde was the first to be able to make plans, views and maps of the area. An important work' (Blackmer 929). This English translation is enlarged by two additional chapters; one about the ancient region of Idumea and the other with a summary of the reports on Petra by earlier travellers.

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        Collezione Biografica e Litografica de' più illustri uomini d'ogni età e d'ogni Nazione pubblicata da Antonio Zezon e dedicato a S. A. R. il Principe di Salerno

      NAPOLI: Antonio Zezon Editore - Napoli, 1836. Rilegato. BUONO. 23,7 30,6. USATO

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        Jahrbuch / [Astronomisches Jahrbuch] für. . .

      Stuttgart and Tübingen: Verlag der J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1836. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. 1836-1844. Eight volumes bound in four (all published). 12mo (177 x 110 mm). xvi, 256; viii, 282, [2]; vi, 330; [4], 151 [1], 197 [1], [2]; [4], 340; [6], 326; [8], 116, 235 [1]; [2], 108, 254 pp., including 2 (1 folding) lithographed plates, 1 coloured engraved map, 2 folding engraved tables, 1 folding letterpress table, several illustrations and diagrams in text. Bound in contemporary uniform half cloth with gilt-lettered spines (little rubbing and chipping to extremities). Text little age-toned only, occasional minor foxing and brown spotting, light dampstaining to second part of vol. 1839, otherwise generally quite crisp and clean. Provenance: Teyler Museum, Haarlem* (ink stamps "Bibliotheque Musée Teyler Haarlem to title pages and upper and lower edges); Dieter Schierenberg b.v. (acquired from them in 1986). A very good copy, rarely found complete as here (no volume was issued for 1842). ----DSB XII, p.234; ADB 33, p.32-33. - A complete set of the FIRST EDITION of Schumacher's Jahrbuch also known as Astronomisches Jahrbuch. The yearbooks contain astronomical and other scientific topics as well as astronomical ephemerides and were published by the Gauss student and head of the Sternwarte to Altona, Heinrich Christian Schumacher, "one of the most important friends and partners of Gauss" (HAB, Mass, number and weight, 5.16). The volumes contain contributions by Bessel, Olbers, Oersted, Gauss, Berzelius, von Humboldt and others, often in first edition. Amongst others are articles from Gauss (Erdmagentismus und Magnetometer, Erstdruck) in 1836; a first printing of Alexander v. Humboldt (On two attempts to climb the Chimborazo) in 1837, as well as BESSEL'S, investigations on the distance of the 61st of the Swan in Jahrgan 1839. Without year 1842, which never appeared. All the yearbooks are rare. A complete set as here is of exceptional rarity with no copies traceable in the antiquarian and auction book trade. Die Jahrbücher enthalten astronomischen u. anderen naturwissenschaftlichen Themen sowie astronomische Ephemeriden und wurden herausgegeben vom Gauss-Schüler und Leiter der Sternwarte zu Altona Heinrich Christian Schumacher, "einer der wichtigsten Freunde und Briefpartner von Gauss" (HAB, Mass, Zahl u. Gewicht, 5.16). Die Jarbücher enthalten Beiträge von Bessel, Olbers, Oersted, Gauss, Berzelius, von Humboldt und anderen Autoren, häufig in Erstdruck. Unter anderem sind Artikel enthalten von Gauss (Erdmagentismus und Magnetometer, Erstdruck) in Jahrgang 1836; ferner einen Erstdruck von Alexander v. Humboldt (Ueber zwei Versuche den Chimborazo zu besteigen) in Jahrgang 1837 sowie BESSEL'S, Untersuchungen über die Entfernung des 61.Sternes des Schwan in Jahrgan 1839. Ohne Jahrgang 1842, der nie erschienen ist. Sämtliche Jahrbücher sind selten. Ein vollständiger Satz wie hier von extremster Seltenheit und im Antiquariats- und Auktionshandel für uns nicht nachweisbar. *This is an ex library copy from the famous Teylers Museum in Haarlem, the only museum in the Netherlands that has been open to the public continuously since 1784. Its authentic interior, containing the original objects, has remained the same since then. So Teylers can justly lay claim to the title of being the first and oldest museum in the Netherlands. The library is interesting for itself. There is no other library in the Netherlands with such a beautiful and complete collection of literature from the 18th and 19th centuries about botany, zoology, and the earth sciences. In total, the book and journal collection consists of more than 125,000 volumes. Major acquisitions continued to be made until approximately 1940. Since then, the library has no longer been a place for finding out about the latest scientific developments, but primarily as a museum room of historic interest. (source: Tylers Museum website). - Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.

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        A new dictionary of the English language

      London: William Pickering, 1836. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, pp. [4], 1183, [1]; [4], 1185-2222, [1]; contemporary and probably original full calf, double gilt-ruled borders, gilt-decorated spine in 5 compartments, gilt-lettered in 2; rebacked, original spines laid down; spines a little rubbed, else very good and sound. The most substantial lexicographical undertaking in England between Johnson and the O.E.D. "Richardson was an ardent philologist of the school of Horne Tooke ... His principle was to arrive at the original and proper meaning which was inherent in a word from its etymology" (see DNB). Based on the "historical principle" of lexicography, this work formed the most substantial link between and the O.E.D.

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        Versuch über die Verwandtschaften der homöopatischen Arzneien, nebst einer abgekürzten Uebersicht ihrer Eigenthümlichkeiten und Hauptwirkungen

      Münster, Coppenrath 1836.. XIV, 1 Bl., 266 S. Pappband d. Zt. Bönninghausen (1785-1864) zählt zu den berühmtesten und einflussreichsten Homöopathen nach Hahnemann; zu seinen bekanntesten Patienten zählten u. a. Eugenie von Frankreich und Annette von Droste-Hülshoff. Auch führte er als einer der ersten Homöopathen Tierheilungen durch. - Stärker berieben und bestoßen, Block etwas verschoben. Vorsätze und Titel verso (durchschlagend) von alter Hand mit homöopathischen Anweisungen eng beschrieben. Tls. fleckig, insgesamt stärker gebauchsspurig, der Erstbesitzer war wohl ein früher Homöopathe, der mit dem Werk intensiv gearbeitet hat.

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        De inflammatione ossium eorumque anatome generali. Exercitatio anatomico-pathologica. + Accedunt Joannis Muelleri Observationes de canaliculis corpusculorum ossium atque de modo, quo terrea materia in ossibus.

      Berlin, G.Eichler, 1836, 4, XIV 281 pp., 4 Tafeln, feiner Pappband mit aufkaschierter orignaler blauer Broschur etwas fleckig. Selten, erste und einzige Ausgabe. Johann Friedrich Miescher-His (1811-1887) war Prof. der Physiologie und allgem. Pathologie in Bern und Basel. Die vorliegende Arbeit entstand im Jahre seiner Promotion unter Johannes Müller (1801-58), dem bedeutenden Berliner Physiologen, der ihr seine Abhandlung über die Knochenkörperchen nebst 4 Kupfertafeln beifügte.First and only Edition of this rare book.! In this book, Miescher discusses the embryology and growth of bone as well as the various inflammatory diseases that afflict the skeletal system. The work also contains Müller's "Observationes de canaliculis corpusculorum ossium atque de modo, quo terrea materia in ossibus continetur" illustrated with four very fine lithographic plates."His accurate descriptions of finer bone structure and the histology of fracture-healing in his 1836 treatises were his main contributions to medical science. He was first to distinguish and carefully describe hyaline, elastic, and fibrous cartilage. His conclusions that ossification was always preceded by cartilage, which was then directly transformed into bone by calcification, and his belief that callus formation is always from the broken ends of bone and not from the periosteum are subject to some modification today, but were logical inferences for his time. Bacterial infection was not then understood, and he thought that suppuration was caused by mechanical interference with circulation at the point of breakage. He was first to describe resorption of bone in the healing of fractures.""Among his minor contributions were observations and lectures (never published) on liver and bladder cancer, congenital malformations, small publications on a bird trematode (Monostoma bijugum), a fish tapeworm (Tetrarhynchus), and a human skin mite (Demodex). In mouse muscle he discovered the spore sacs of Sarcocystis, still called Miescher's tubes. He published little during his life, but exerted a strong influence in the resurgence of the Basel medical school and on the practice of medicine through his students. He was also a medical historian, and gave three major addresses in this field: one on Felix Plater, one on the history of the University of Basel, and one on Albrecht von Haller, a 32-page gem of biography." LOWELL E. NOLAND, JMH, 1963, pp.394-395 Miescher discovered nuclein and was also the first to suggest the existence of a genetic code.Friedrich-Miescher-His was the son of Johannes Miescher (1771-1846) who was both a farmer and a mill owner manufacturing and trading worldwide in woven linens.He was born 1811 at Walkringen, Switzerland, then attendance at Biel Gymnasium, where Agassiz studied shortly before, and later two medical years at Bern and four (1832-1836) under Johannes Mueller in Berlin, where in 1836 he published his two major medical works "De ossium genesi, structura et vita" and "De inflammation ossium eorumque anatome generali". Returning 1837 to Switzerland, at the age of only 26 he declined a position at Bern and accepted in ordinary pathology and pathological anatomy at the university a professorship in anatomy and physiology at the small, struggling medical school at Basel. Having no students at first, he spent the winter of 1838-1839 in Paris with Magendie and Nordmann, the latter arousing in him an enduring interest in parasitology. In 1843 he married Charlotte Antonie His, daughter of Eduard His (originally Ochs), manufacturer of silk ribbons, and Anna Catharina and older sister of Wilhelm His, later embryologist at Leipzig. In 1844 he accepted a professorship at the Hochschule in Bern, amid political controversies about his appointment, and served until 1850, when he returned as professor of general pathology to Basel and there spent the rest of his life. He was active in Swiss scientific societies, organized a Basel medical society for local physicians, and served as rector of the University for a time. In 1867 he obtained the 'honorary' citizenship of Basle for himself and his descendants. He was a music-lover, played the lute, and sang leading roles in local choral productions. He had a large medical practice and in 1871 gave up his professorship, but continued to give some lectures. He died of heart disease in 1887. His son was Johannes Friedrich Miescher-Rüsch (1844-1895), the discoverer of DNA.Heirs of Hippocrates No. 1772 Callisen XXX, 381 und 475 Hirsch/H. IV, 208.

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        Mémoire sur une manière nouvelle de pratiquer l'opération de la pierre.

      Terminé et publié par J.L. Sanson et par L.J.Begin. - Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1836, Groß-Folio, 2 Bl., 50 pp., 10 lith.Taf., OHLnBd., Ecken etwas bestoßen, vereinzelt fleckig, insgesamt feines und großes Exemplar dieses seltenen Buches. * Posthumous rare FIRST EDITION of Guillaume Dupuytren's (1777-1835) elaborate and beautifully illustrated work describing his new methods for the removal of bladder stone with 10 lithographed plates after drawings by N.H.Jacob drawn on stone by P.Langlumé, of which 8 depict stages of the operation and 2 of the special instruments used, all life-size. In French surgery the most famous operator and ablest diagnostician of his time was the Baron Dupuytren ... who attracted to his clinic at the Hotel-Dieu pupils from all countries of the world. An eloquent teacher and man of wide culture, he held a high position in the social life of his time.. -Castiglioni, 713. A work of obvious importance in the history of "cutting for the stone", yet apparently little-known. Not in Osler, Waller, Wellcome, J.A.Benjamin. Not in Ellis, A history of bladder stone Heirs of Hippocates No.1223. Dupuytrens letztes Werk, posthum erschienen, ist mit seinen herrlichen Tafeln wohl eines der schönsten in der operativen Urologie überhaupt. Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser bedeutenden Arbeit, in der seine Methode des bilateralen Steinschnitts erstmalig veröffentlicht wird. Die von Le Dran für grosse Steine im 18.Jhdt. angegebene Spaltung der Prostata nach zwei Seiten, die Sectio bilateralis, fand hier ihre genaue Begründung und Ausbildung sowie ihre eigentliche Einführung in die Praxis. "Die von ihm begonnene Arbeit konnte Dupuytren nicht mehr vollenden und überließ deren Beendigung testamentarisch seinen Freunden und Schülern Sanson und Bégin" (Hirsch II, 348). Guillaume Dupuytren, der genialste Chirurg seiner Epoche, meisterhafter Operateur, scharfsinniger Diagnostiker, einer der ersten, der in Frankreich die Ligaturen großer Arterien ausführte und den traumatischen Aneurysmen erhöhte Aufmerksamkeit zuwandte, der 1822 die subcutane Durschschneidung des Sternocleidomastoideus vornahm, der das Enterotom zur Behandlung des künstlichen Afters und andere wesentliche Neuerungen empfahl". (Sudhoff). - siehe ausführlich Puschmann, Gesch.d. Med. III, S.292 (Helferich).

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        Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Arctic Ocean in 1833 1834 and 1835 Under the Command of Capt Back RN

      First edition. Two volumes bound in one. Four plates, including two frontispieces and one map. 8vo. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt, small old library stamp on each title-page and p.27 of each part, stamps on title-page mostly erased, otherwise internally clean. Very good. xv,[3],312; viii,321,[1]pp. London, Richard Bentley,

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        The Italian Novelists; Selected From The Most Approved Authors In That Language; From The Earliest Days Down To The Close Of The Eighteenth Century: Arranged In An Historical And Chronological Series. Translated From The Original Italian. Accompanied With Notes, Critical And Biographical

      London: W. Simpkin And R. Marshall, 1836. 2nd Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. Complete In Four Volumes. Ornate Vellum Gilt Bindings, Spines With Black Morocco Labels And Entirely Tooled, Volume Number On Morocco Label At Bottom With"Lond. 1836" On Another Brown Morocco Label, Gilt Floral Border On All Covers. Matching Marbled Endpapers And Marbled Ends Of Page Blocks. Armorial Bookplate Of Robert Washington Oates, No Other Names Or Marks Or Damage.

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        Musee royal de Naples, peintures, bronzes et statues erotiques du cabinet secret avec leur explication.

      Paris, Ledoux, 1836. - circa 30 x 22,5 cm. Engraved titel, 2 ff., XXX pp., 1 f., 159 pp., 2 ff., 60 coloured plates Contemporary half-calf with gilded spine "Barbier III, 381; Querard I, 684; Gay-Lemmonyer III, 682: "Le cabinet secret du roi de Naples est la seule galerie au monde ou l'on se soit propose de reunir tous les chefs-d'oeuvre impudiques". Third most amply illustrated edition with several added plates - the previous edition five years earlier had only 41 plates. Depicted are the locked away erotic objects from the collection of the king of Naples, most of which were found in Pompei or Herculaneum. - Here one of the de luxe copies in fine colouring, the work is often found without colour. " "- Some browning, some minor foxing heavier only to the first leaves, few stains but mostly quite clean. One small repair to a text leaf. Binding rubbed, corners bumped, spine skilfully rebacked and old spine mounted on renewed leather. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Miniatur - Armamentarium oder Abbildungen der wichtigsten akiurgischen Instrumente. Mit einer Vorrede von Dieffenbach.

      Berlin, A. Hirschwald, 1836, Klein 8, VI, 44 Seiten Text und 653 minutöse Abbildungen auf 20 ganzseitigen Tafeln, Leinwandband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. Eines der umfangreichsten Abbildungswerke zur Instrumentenkunde. Der Atlas zeigt in seinen feinen 643 Abbildungen das ganze, umfangreiche "Armamentarium Chirurgicum" zur Mitte des 19. Jahrhundert. Den Schluss bildet eine "Kurze Chronologie berühmter Wundärzte bis gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts". Zu den zierlich gezeichneten Figuren der Instrumente wird jeweils der Name des Erstbeschreibers genannt. Selten und wertvoll, da als Taschenbuch vielgebraucht und zerschlissen.

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        Miniatur-Armamentarium oder Abbildungen der wichtigsten akiurgischen Instrumente. Gezeichnet und mit einer kurzen Erklärung versehen. Mit einer Vorrede von Prof.Dr. [Johann Friedrich] DIEFFENBACH.

      Berlin, August Hirschwald 1836. - Engelmann 179. Seltene, erste Ausgabe dieses umfangreichen, medizinischen Tafelwerkes zur blutigen Operativ-Chirurgie. Der vorliegende, taschenformatige Atlas zur Instrumentenkunde zeigt in seinen 643 fein gestochenen Abbildungen das ganze, umfangreiche `Armamentarium Chirurgicum` zur Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Mit einer zweiseitigen Einleitung des seinerzeit bedeutenden Chirurgen Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach (1792-1847), der als Wegbereiter der Transplantation sowie der plastischen Chirurgie gilt und im Anhang mit einer vierseitigen Auflistung berühmter Wundärzte bis gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts. Die zierlich gezeichneten Figuren der Instrumente zumeist unter Nennung des Erstbeschreibers. Selten und wertvoll, da als Taschenbuch vielgebraucht und zerschlissen. - Hermann Eduard Fritze (1811-1866) promovierte 1835 in Berlin, wo er zunächst praktizierte und mit dortigen Chirurgischen Zelebritäten wie Dieffenbach und Kluge in freundschaftlicher Verbindung stand. Später übersiedelte er nach Neustadt-Eberswalde (vgl. dazu Pagel). Kl.-8°. IV S. (Titelei), 44 S. (Tafelbeschreib. u. Register). Mit 20 Tafeln. OBrosch. m. schwarzgedr. Deckeltit. An den Kapitalen und der vord. Rü.kante m. kleineren Läsuren, Sign. auf vord. Spiegel, erste Lage aus Bindung gelöst, z.Tl. gebräunt u. eselsohrig. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        TIROL und VORARLBERG. -, Gebirgs-Album oder neueste Sammlung nach der Natur neu aufgenommener, malerischer Ansichten aus Tyrol und Vorarlberg. Mit erläuterndem deutschen und französischen Texte.

      20 x 25,5 cm. 45 S., 1 Bl. Mit 31 Lithographien von Gustav Kraus (3), August Podesta (23) und J. Werner (5). Grüner illustr. Original-Pp. Pressler 293 - 295. - Hübsches Album, eine Fortsetzung des Alpenröslein von 1836 und der Alpenblumen von 1837. Die drei Lithographien von Gustav Kraus zeigen den Achensee, die Aussicht vom Zirler Berg und Rattenberg im Inntal. Weitere Ansichten sind Landeck, Meran, Riva, Castell Tenno am Gardasee, Trient, Brixen, Ambras, Brenner, Zell im Zillertal, Schwaz, Feldkirch in Vorarlberg, Lechtal u.a. Der Ebd. zeigt eine in Umrissen lithographierte Almszene und eine Gebirgslandschaft im Stile Eugen Neureuthers, vermutlich von Franz Seitz (vgl. dessen Umrisse zu Franz von Kobells Gedichten in Oberbayerischer Mundart, 1843 für denselben Verlag). - Leicht gebräunt und vereinzelt wenig fleckig. Europa, Österreich

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        Patent of nobility donated by Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria (1793-1875) to Joseph Kretzer von Immertreu for his 37 years galant services to the Empire as soldier and officer.

      Austrian Empire, Vienna, d.d. 17 July 1836. Folio. Full red velvet, with yellow and black ribbons. Good condition, except for a stain on the silk end paper. 38x30 cm. 10 pages. Manuscript, calligraphic text on vellum, with printed decorative margins. With a very large hand painted coloured coat-of-arms. In the end the original signature of Ferdinand I and of Anton Friedrich Grafen Mittrowsky von Mittrowitz and Nemischl. Imperial wax seal with one large crack, in a disc shaped copper case, attached to the document by the gold cord of the binding. All encased in a metal box. This patent of nobility was donated by Ferdinand I of Austria in the early days of his reign (1835-1848). Ferdinand I is widely believed to have been a weak ruler and it is sometimes supposed that he lacked intellectual capacities. He also suffered from ill health. During the revolution of 1848, Ferdinand fled the country and abdicated in favour of his nephew Franz Joseph I. The patent explains at length the reasons why Kretzer recieved his nobility. He was born in Jägerndorf and joined the army in 1796. He became Fahnrich and subsequently Unterlieutenant in 1809, Oberlieutenantin 1813, Kapitänlieutenant in 1829 und Hauptman in 1831. He left the army in 1833 as a pensioner. He took part in the campaigns in 1799, 1805, 1809, 1813 and 1814 (Napolenonic Wars). Between 1803-1805 he was first teacher at the Regiments-Knaben-Erziehungshause (military school) and in 1809, 1813 and 1814 he was Regiments Adjudant. He recieves the noble title and the right to call himself Kretzer von Immertreu which translates as always loyal. His son also served in the military and became General-Major.H176.

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        Examen théorique et pratique de la méthode curative du Docteur Hahnemann nomée homéopathie.

      3 Bände. 328 S., 392 S., 1 Bl., 489 S. Dekorative HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. Estreicher 7108 Wellcome II, 166 Tischner S.742: "... das erste selbständige Werk über Homöopathie in französ. Sprache, das jedoch in Frankreich, wofür es wohl eigentlich bestimmt war, wenig beachtet worden ist, jedoch in Polen, Rußland und Italien mehr gewirkt zu haben scheint. Im ganzen steht das Werk auf dem rechtgläubigen Standpunkt Hahnemanns" - Der Elsässer Bigel, Leibarzt des Großfürsten Konstantin in Warschau, war einer der ersten Homöopathen in Polen und Russland (St. Petersburg). - Alle Bände mit 1836 datierten handschriftl. Besitzeintrag von Reverend Thomas Roupell Everest (1801-1855), der Patient Hahnemanns war und später u. a. in seinen Predigten die Homöopathie verbreitete. Der durch eine Grippeepidemie und Asthma schwer erkrankte Everest ging nach Frankreich und wurde dort seiner Überzeugung nach von Hahnemann geheilt um 1843 kehrte er nach England zurück und war dort maßgeblich an dem Erfolg der Homöopathie in England beteiligt. Sein Bruder George Everest (1790-1866), ebenfalls Patient Hahnemanns, ist der Namensgeber des Mount Everest. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Hübsches Exemplar in zeitgenössischen englischen Einbänden, mit Bindermarke R. Bailey in Thornbury & Wotton.

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        Die klassischen Stellen der Schweiz und deren Hauptorte in Originalansichten dargestellt.

      Lpz. und Karlsruhe, Kunst-Verlag, 1836. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. 23 x 14,5 cm. 1 Bl., 423 S., 2 Bl. Mit gestoch. Titel und 85 Stahlstichtafeln. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rvergold. und Rsch. WG 100; Engelmann II, 933; Wäber 70. - Die hübschen Tafeln zeigen Aarau, Appenzell, Basel, Bellinzona, Bern, Chur, Dissentis, Freiburg, Genf, Glarus, Lausanne, Lugano, Luzern, Maria Einsiedeln, Murten, Schaffhausen, Sitten, Solothurn, St. Gallen, Thun, Zürich uvm. - Einband minimal berieben. Teils gebräunt und fleckig, Bindung leicht gelockert. Exlibris. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Schweiz

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        Karl Bell's physiologische und pathologische Untersuchungen des Nervensystems.

      Neue, mit der 1. Auflage gleichlautende Ausgabe aus dem Engl. übers. v. M. H. R o m b e r g. - Berlin, Stuhrsche Buchhandlung, 1836, 8, XXX, 388, (6) pp., 6 lith. Taf., marmor. PappBd. d.Zt. Translation of "The nervous system of the human body". "This work, containing nearly all of Bell's most important observations on the nervous system, includes his discovery of "Bell's palsy" and the first description of myotonia as well as two important essays, both taken from the 'Philosophical transactions' of the Royal Society of London: 'On the relations between the nerves of motion and of sensation, and the brain' and 'On the functions of some parts of the brain, and on the relations between the brain and nerves of motion and sensation'." Heirs of Hippocrates 787.

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        Vorläufige Mittheilungen microscopischer Beobachtungen über den innern Bau der Cerbrospinalnerven und über die Entwickelung ihrer Formenelemente (pp.145-161, 1 Taf.).

      Arch. Anat. Phys., 1836/2. - Berlin, im Verlag von G. Eichler, 1836, 8, XVI, pp..129-224, (2), 4 gestochene Tafeln, orig. Broschur frisches unbeschnittenes Exemplar. First Edition! First report of Robert Remak's (1815-1865) discovery of the non-medullated nerve-fibres ("fibres of Remak").Garrison & Morton No.1260

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        Algemeen wapenboek van het Koningrijk der Nederlanden, overeenkomstig de registers en uitgegeven door L. van Weleveld, ambtenaar bij den Hoogen Raad van Adel.

      No place, Van Weleveld, 1836. Folio. Full red morocco. Slightly worn. Complete. 217 pages. Pages I to VI contain all crowns and coats of the Dutch Royal Family. Pages VII t/m CCXVII each show 6 coats-of-arms (only pages 204 and 217 have just 2). Some are hand coloured. H199.

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        Sketches by Boz Illustrative of Every Day Life and Every Day People The Second Series Complete in One Volume`

      With the ten engraved plates by Cruikshank. First edition. Large 12mo., complete with the final catalogue of Macrone's publications dated December 1836, skilfully recased in the original red-pink cloth, the spine with the black pigmented lettering panels but faded, central wreath designs to sides, very tip of the top fore corner of front cover restored. London, John Macrone. 1837 [i.e. 1836].

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        The Poetical Works: With a Fore-Edge Painting of a British Flagged Frigate.

      London: William Pickering, 1836. Octavo, bound in straight-grain full green morocco, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, all edges gilt. With a fore-edge painting of a British-flagged three-masted frigate, sails full, with land on the horizon. The earliest fore-edge paintings date possibly as far back as the 10th century; these earliest paintings were symbolic designs. Early English fore-edge paintings, believed to date to the 14th century, presented heraldic designs in gold and other colors. The first known example of a disappearing fore-edge painting (where the painting is not visible when the book is closed) dates from 1649. The earliest signed and dated fore-edge painting dates to 1653: a family coat of arms painted on a 1651 Bible. Around 1750, the subject matter of fore-edge paintings changed from simply decorative or heraldic designs to landscapes, portraits and religious scenes, usually painted in full color. Modern fore-edge painted scenes have a lot more variation as they can depict numerous subjects not found on earlier specimens. These include scenes that are erotic, or they might involve scenes from novels (like Jules Verne, Sherlock Holmes or Dickens, etc.). In many cases, the chosen scene will depict a subject related to the book, but in other cases it did not. In one instance, the same New Brunswick landscape was applied to both a Bible and to a collection of poetry and plays. The choice of scenes is made by either the artist, bookseller or owner, thus the variety is wide. The technique was popularized in the 18th century by John Brindley (1732-1756), publisher and bookbinder to the prince of Wales and Edwards of Halifax, a distinguished family of bookbinders and booksellers. The majority of extant examples of fore-edge painting date to the late 19th and early 20th century on reproductions of books originally published in the early 19th century.

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        ZÜRICH., "Schweiz. Vorort Zürich". "Der Ustig" oder die Alpfahrt der Appenzeller Hirten. Ländliche Szene vor einer Alm, von der aus geschmückte Kühe aufgetrieben werden umgeben von Ansichten sowie Trachten- und Wappendarstellungen.

      Altkol. Lithographie von L.v. Hohbach aus 'Malerische Länderschau', Kempten, Dannheimer, um 1836, 32 x 37,5 cm. Das Mittelbild umgeben von Allegorien der Schifffahrt, der Fabriktätigkeit, des Weinbaus und des Sennenlebens. Mit Ansichten von Zürich, St. Gallen, Glarus, Zug, Arbon, Laufen mit dem Rheinfall und Appenzell. Unten mittig mit den Wappenschilden der sieben Kantone. - Dekoratives Blatt in leuchtendem Altkolorit: nicht nur die Ansicht in der Bildmitte ist koloriert, sondern auch die vier Trachtenpaare und die Wappen. - Geglättete Bugfalte. Breitrandig, sehr gut erhalten. Europa, Schweiz

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        Chinese Missionary Pamphlet, "The Perfect Man's Model."

      Singapore, 1836. Stab sewn 8vo. 60 pp. This pamphlet is a religious tract written by Protestant missionary Karl Gutzlaff, a fascinating character, typical of the sort of opportunist who clustered around the opium business in the old China trade. In the 1830s he traveled as a translator on a British opium trading vessel, known as a “country ship” illegally selling opium for Jardine, Matheson & Co. down the coast of China. Gutzlaff justified his complicity with the pretty rationalization that the journey would be a good opportunity to preach the gospel and distribute Chinese language religious tracts. So, you got opium and Jesus on the same spoon. His moral flaws aside, Gutzlaff was a smart and lucid observer, whose writings offer excellent detail about China and the China Trade in the days leading up to the first Opium War. In his later days he opened a school for Chinese “native missionaries,” several of whom turned out to be opium addicts using their missionary cover and funding for illicit purposes. The fraud exposed, Gutzlaff died a ruined man. Bad karma, I suppose. This tract, written and printed entirely in Chionese as, "The Perfect Man's Model," was published in Singapore in 1836, is typical of those he distributed on his opium voyage. Color title page lightly chipped, else very good condition in original wrappers.

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        Ueber das Wesen des Verdauungsprocesses (pp.90-138). + Müller, Johannes & Schann, Theodor: Versuche über die Künstliche Verdauung des geronnenen Eiweisses (pp.66-89).

      Arch. Anat. Phys., 1836/1. - Berlin, im Verlag von G. Eichler, 1836, 8, 128 pp., 3 lith. Taf., orig. Broschur feines und frisches unbeschnittenes Exemplar. First Edition - "Three years after William Beaumont's conjecture (in Experiments and observations on the gastric juice) that gastric juice contained another active ingredient besides hydrochloric acid, Schwann identified this ingredient as the enzyme pepsin. Schwann's paper confirmed the fact, first stated by Prout and later by Beaumont, that the free acid in the stomach is hydrochloric, not lactic as some had claimed". -cf. NormanSchwann's paper " 'Concerning the Nature of the Digestive Process' was easily the most sophisticated treatment of that subject during his time, and if measured against the background of contemporary concepts and methods available, one of the most penetrating of any time. By an interlocked sequence of incisive questions and carefully controlled experiments Schwann systematically narrowed down the many possibilities one could imagine concerning the nature and action of the 'digestive principle' to those alternatives which were compatible with empirical evidence. When he finished he had not only achieved a discovery later regarded as a landmark, but had reformulated the whole problem of what digestion may be. Whatever standard one applies to Schwann's memoir, whether one judges it by the degree to which it surpassed previous knowledge and conceptions of the digestive process or by its conformity to modern descriptions, his achievement was outstanding. The logic of his thought was precise and thorough, his methods were ingenious, and his vision was broad. He redefined the mode of action of the digestive agent and characterized the agent as a chemical substance. He demonstrated its operation on a major class of aliments, but saw beyond the prevalent idea that a single agent is responsible for the digestion of every type of food material. He contributed strong support for the view that digestion involves chemical changes as well as solution. He perceived that the action of the digestive principle comprised one instance of a whole new class of chemical processes peculiarly characteristic of organisms, and he provided a model for the experimental investigation of such processes" cf. Holmes, Claude Bernard and Animal Chemistry, pp.167-172 Norman 1913 Garrison & Morton N. 901 Fulton, History of physiology, pp.190-191This volume also contains: Müller, Johannes (1801-1858) & Schwann, Theodor (1810-1882): "Versuche über die künstliche Verdauung des geronnenen Eiweisses." Garrison-Morton No.990

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        AMS - Eigenhändiges autobiographisches Manuskript mit Unterschrift.

      (Würzburg) 3 1/4 Seiten gr.-folio. Schwach fleckig, kleine Randeinrisse. Eduard von Rindfleisch (1836-1908), Pathologe. - Autobiographischer Artikel für das Brockhaus'sche Konversationslexikon, vermutlich für die 1875-1879 erscheinende 12. Auflage."... schon in meinem dritten Studiensemester entschied ich mich für die pathologische Anatomie als meine Lieblingswissenschaft, ging im Herbst 1856 gleichzeitig mit Virchow nach Berlin und saß bis Ostern 1861 zu den Füßen dieses Meisters. Ich war niemals Assistent bei Virchow. Aeltere Semester gingen mir voran. Ich widmete mich daher desto ausschließlicher meinen literarischen Arbeiten und histologischen Studien. Ostern 1861 folgte ich einer Aufforderung des Herrn Prof. Heidenhain zur Uebernahme der Assistenz für Histologie in dem physiologischen Institute zu Breslau mit der Bedingung, daß mir zugleich gestattet werde, mich dortselbst für pathologische Anatomie zu habilitiren ..." - Im Folgenden über seine Professur in Zürich an der Seite von Billroth, Clausius u.a. ("Es war eine köstliche Zeit!") und seine Berufungen nach Bonn und Würzburg."...Was meine wissenschaftliche Thätigkeit betrifft, so hat mir Mutter Natur eine besondere Gabe verliehen, aus der Beobachtung der Form und Zusammenfügung der Dinge ihre Bestimmung und Arbeit zu errathen und zu erkennen. Schon als Knabe saß ich tagelang während der Schulferien in einer Rumpelkammer, wo ... alte Uhren, Flinten, wunderliche medicinische und physicalische Apparate, ein Leuwenhoekisches Mikroskop etc. auseinanderzunehmen und wieder zusammenzusetzen waren. Später hat mich dieser Trieb und diese Fähigkeit auch den complicirten Maschinerien der Natur gegenüber nicht im Stich gelassen und jedesmal wenn es mir gelungen war, eine Formengruppe der pathologischen Anatomie in Zusammenhang zu bringen und zu verstehen, mußte ich an die alte Rumpelkammer denken ..."In einem Umschlag der Sammlung Brockhaus.

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        Map of the United States

      Webster, New York 1836 - Folding engraved pocket map with full period hand-colouring (sheet size: 16 x 19 5/8 inches), wth a second folding sheet of accompanying letterpress text within a type-ornament border, entitled "Travellers Guide and Statistical View of the United States." (sheet size: 18 x 22 inches). (Small repaired tears to both sheets). Original dark blue raon-backed printed paper-covered boards (extremities scuffed). A very rare early travellers' guide to the United States. "The map is from a discarded plate of H. Phelps' U.S. [1832]. The index is largely stolen from Mitchell's Traveller's Guide index sheet for 1832, however the information on roads and distances is taken from someone else . The map has the characteristic oval portrait of Washington, reengraved . from the Phelps issue. Webster put this together from Phelps, Mitchell and (?) and it is very scarce - I can find no references to it" (Rumsey). Rumsey 3450. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sammelband of seven works on Dartmouth College

      V.p., including Hanover, NH, 1836. 8vo. Later three quarter red morocco and marbled boards, generally very good, some minor dampstaining and edges chipped. 8vo. A sammelband of works on Dartmouth College, from the collection of Amos Tuck French (1863-1941), relation, polo player, etc. of Amos Tuck (1810-1879), New Hampshire politician and namesake of Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business. Comprising the following 7 works: 1. Catalogus Universitatis Dartmuthensis in Republicae Neo-Hantoniae. Leuphanae [Hanover, NH]: Typis Moses Davis, [1801]. 14 pp., with half-title. Foxed. (Shaw & Shoemaker 385) 2. Catalogus Eorum, Qui Adhuc in Universitate Dartmuthensi, ab Anno MDCCLXXI. Andoverii, Mass: Typis Flagg et Gould, 1814. 24 pp. (Shaw & Shoemaker 31293) 3. BROWN, Francis. A Sermon, Delivered at Concord, New-Hampshire, on the Evening of Wednesday, June 3, 1818 ... Concord: Printed by George Hough, 1818. [ii], 25, [1] pp., with half-title. (Shaw & Shoemaker 43454) 4. Sketches of the History of Dartmouth College and Moors' Charity School ... From the Year 1779 to the Year 1815. N.p., n.d. [ca. 1815]. 88 pp. (Shaw & Shoemaker 34530; Sabin 18630) 5. A Candid, Analytical Review of the "Sketches of the History of Datmouth College and Moors' Charity School ..." N.p., n.d. [ca. 1815]. 32 pp. (Shaw & Shoemaker 34528) 6. Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Dartmouth College. October, -1832. Newport, N.H.: Printed by Simon Brown, 1832. 23, [1] pp. 7. A Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Dartmouth College. September, 1836. Windsor, VT: Chronicle Press, [1836]. 24 pp. (Shaw & Shoemaker 37011) With two autograph letters To Mark Lane., ca. 1850s, laid-in, concerning student life at Dartmouth, with mention of the fraternity Kappa Kappa Kappa, 5 students dying of illness. The letters are from Charles E. Shaw and O.B. Goodwin of the Class of 1862. Provenance: Amos Tuck French (his bookplate)

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        WORKS. (THE POETICAL WORKS. [and] THE LETTERS)

      London: William Pickering, 1836; 1835-36. n. This is an attractively bound set of the four-volume Pickering edition of Gray's poems and letters, the latter including many items appearing in print for the first time. Best known for "Elegy written in a Country Churchyard," Thomas Gray (1716-71) was primarily a scholar, a professor of Modern History and Languages at Cambridge, and never became a professional or even a dedicated poet. Still, he was offered the laureateship in 1757, upon the death of Colley Cibber (he refused the honor). Gray had begun to write poetry as early as 1742, but it was not until 15 years later, after the publication of his "Poems," that he had become generally recognized as the foremost poet of the day. In his highly polished verse, one can easily trace the decay of Neoclassical and the development of Romantic strains in English poetry. Among other major works, Day calls his "Progress of Poesy" "probably the best true Pindaric ode in English," and another similar ode, "The Bard," "probably the best 18th century attempt at poetic sublimity." Although some of Gray's letters appeared in 1778 in an edition of his work put out by William Mason, the vast majority of the more than 350 epistolary items contained in these volumes are published for the first time. Volume I here is part of the well-known "Aldine Poet" series issued by Pickering, a publishing project covering more than 20 years and involving the production of 53 volumes (not counting reprints). Each work was carefully edited by one of a group of reputable scholars that included Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Alexander Dyce, and John Mitford, the last of whom edited these volumes, which include his long biography of our poet and equally long "Essay on the Poetry of Gray." There was a fifth volume containing Gray's correspondence with the Rev. Norton Nicholls published by Pickering seven years after our set, in 1843, not present here.. 175 x 108 mm. (6 7/8 x 4 1/4"). Four volumes (the poems in the first volume, the letters in volumes II-IV). Edited by John Mitford. Attractive late 19th century chestnut brown half morocco over marbled boards, upper covers with a gilt falcon stamped on the leather, raised bands, spines gilt in compartments with Arts and Crafts-style quatrefoil centerpiece surrounded by gilt dots, spade-shaped leaves at corners, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. With frontispiece portrait in volume I. Keynes, p. 38 (for first volume). A hint of rubbing to joints and extremities, very faint freckled foxing affecting about one leaf in four, but still quite a pleasing set, the bindings bright and with no significant wear, and the text very smooth and clean, showing few signs of use. This is an attractively bound set of the four-volume Pickering edition of Gray's poems and letters, the latter including many items appearing in print for the first time. Best known for "Elegy written in a Country Churchyard," Thomas Gray (1716-71) was primarily a scholar, a professor of Modern History and Languages at Cambridge, and never became a professional or even a dedicated poet. Still, he was offered the laureateship in 1757, upon the death of Colley Cibber (he refused the honor). Gray had begun to write poetry as early as 1742, but it was not until 15 years later, after the publication of his "Poems," that he had become generally recognized as the foremost poet of the day. In his highly polished verse, one can easily trace the decay of Neoclassical and the development of Romantic strains in English poetry. Among other major works, Day calls his "Progress of Poesy" "probably the best true Pindaric ode in English," and another similar ode, "The Bard," "probably the best 18th century attempt at poetic sublimity." Although some of Gray's letters appeared in 1778 in an edition of his work put out by William Mason, the vast majority of the more than 350 epistolary items contained in these volumes are published for the first time. Volume I here is part of the well-known "Aldine Poet" series issued by Pickering, a publishing project covering more than 20 years and involving the production of 53 volumes (not counting reprints). Each work was carefully edited by one of a group of reputable scholars that included Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Alexander Dyce, and John Mitford, the last of whom edited these volumes, which include his long biography of our poet and equally long "Essay on the Poetry of Gray." There was a fifth volume containing Gray's correspondence with the Rev. Norton Nicholls published by Pickering seven years after our set, in 1843, not present here.

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        A Visit to the United States and Canada in 1833; With the View of Settling in America. Including a Voyage to and from New-York

      Richard Weston and Sons (& Richard Griffin and Company), Edinburgh (& Glasgow) 1836 - First edition, 1836. Half calf 12mo, 312pp. Dark brown smooth calf with marbled boards, marbled edges. In good condition. Front board is detached, otherwise very good. Rubbing to the joints and boards, including occasional small losses to the leather or marbled papers. Gilt is faded on the ruling for six spine compartments, each with an embossed pendant and title (though the original title plate appears to be lacking). A slight bloating to the volume, as from being stored in a basement, but nothing extreme. A page of remarks, reprinted below, appear opposite the title page, noting the previous owner's association with the author. "During the years 1826-27-28, I lodged in Lothian Stree, Edin: & saw a good deal of Mr. Weston, a very intelligent & highly respected bookseller in that street. Just before I left Edin. after taking my (segue?) of M. D. in 1828m he told me that he was about to emigrate. My surprise, therefore, was great when I found him in the old shop during my visit to Edin, with my wife, in 1837. This book will explain his apparent inconsistency. -Henry Yates Whytehead, M. D." Whytehead went on to become a notable doctor. His signature appears on the front endpaper, but aside from his introduction, the contents remain bright, clean and unmarked. A rare volume which has not appeared at auction since 1982. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Card signed in ink: "Winslow Homer / July 17th 1904 / Jacksonville Florida"

      1 vols. 3-1/4 x 5 inches. Fine condition. 1 vols. 3-1/4 x 5 inches. America's Most Famous 19th Century Painter. Winslow Homer (1836-1910), perhaps the most famous of America's 19th century painters, studied in Paris as a young man, but, unlike his contemporary Whistler, left before receiving the full impact of Impressionism. He began as a graphic artist in the 1850s for Harper's Weekly and from 1862 to 1865 did numerous "Campaign Sketches" of soldier life. Although he achieved his greatest fame in oils, and, particularly, watercolor--he had the most profound influence of any artist on watercolor painting in America--he continued in black and white through the 1880s. In painting, his marine subjects are particularly noteworthy: his oil "The Gulf Stream" quickly became an American icon. In later years Homer spent his summers on the Maine coast, and his winters in Florida, from whence this attractive autograph was dispatched to a collector in the artist's 68th year.

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