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        Galerie des Arts et de l'Histoire, composee des tableaux et statues les plus remarquables des Musees de l'Europe, et de sujets tires de l'histoire de Napoleon, graves a l'eau-forte sur acier par Reveil, et accompagnes d'explications historiques. 8 Bände (alles).

      Paris, Hivert, 1836,. 8vo (16,5 x 11 cm). Mit 702 (von 712) Kupfertaf. Hldr. im Stil d. Zeit m. 4 unechten Bünden u. 2 RSchildern. Roter Kopfschnitt.. Kupferstiche zahlreicher Statuen, Reliefs und Gemälde von der Antike bis ins 19. Jahrhundert, jeweils mit einer Seite Erläuterungen sowie Herkunft, Standort und ungefähren Maßangaben. Nur wenige Taf. fehlen. - Minimal berieben. Jeweils zu Beginn u. Ende sowie im Rande etw. stockfleckig, Bd. 2 m. Braunfleck an unterer Ecke. Dekorative Reihe.

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        A form letter addressed "To the Overseers of the Parish of Mereworth, Kent" advertising cheap passages for "Families, Labourers, and Poor Persons" emigrating to Australia and the British colonies; "Shovelling out paupers"

      London: , 1836. London:. 1836.. Very good condition. In 19th c. England, the practice of assisted emigration of the poor was sometimes referred to as "shovelling out paupers". In 1833 the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners (CLEC) were set up to manage emigration to Britain's colonies. Under the plan, some emigrants could qualify for a free passage if they were under forty years of age, of good character, having been vaccinated against smallpox, capable of labor, and from occupations such as agricultural laborers, shepherds, or female domestic and farm servants. Young married couples without children were the most desired candidates. This circular was printed just one year following the enactment of a provision in which the cost of emigration would be borne by the emigrant's home parish (Section 62, 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act). The parish-funded emigration was overseen by the Poor Law Commissioners. The annual report of the Poor Law Commissioners of 1836 shows that 18 parishes in Kent participated, sending 320 emigrants at a cost of £1,823. Many emigrants went to Canada due to its proximity to Britain, but South Australia, which was designated a colony in 1836, offered a free passage until 1841. The popularity of Australia surged when the discovery of gold made the news in 1852. The printed circular with manuscript date (March 1836) and Parish name, advertising passage to North America or Australia at £3 to £4 a head for adults. The form letter begins, "Gentlemen, I beg to acquaint you, that I am ready to Contract for the Conveyance of Families, Labourers, and Poor Persons to the British Colonies in North America, Australia, and the United States, and likewise to Victual them if required, which I can do at a much less expense than having them found by the Vessel.""Our packets are Sailing from here, for Quebec, New York, Philadelphia, Boston & c. Twice every Week, during the Season..." The printed address at the top "2, Upper East Smithfield, Near the London Dock Entrance, London." The circular is signed "C. Ciriackes", or Christoffer Ciriackes (1755 - 1758), who in 1828 was a clerk for Messrs. Beatson & Co., merchants and was a witness in a case before the Old Bailey; he also appears in the London Planet of September 20, 1840 as Christopher Ciriackes, provisions merchant at Devonshire Place, London Fields. However, Ciriackes had his own problems as a debtor, as he appears under the heading 'Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors' on November 5, 1840: "Christopher Ciriackes, late of No. 4, Devonshire-place, London-fields, near the Cat and Mutton Tavern, ... out of business ... Provision Merchant and General Dealer". (London Gazette, 13 October 1840, p2270). 8vo, printed on cream paper, folded into envelope shape and posted with rubber stamp and seal. The rubber stamp reads "Ing St. Corner Hill". Mailed March 8 and addressed to "Off of the Overseers of the Parish of Mereworth, Kent". Original folds, very faintly creased.

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        Chinese Missionary Pamphlet, "The Perfect Man’s Model

      Singaope, 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, The Perfect Man’s Model, published in Singapore in 1836, is typical of those he distributed on his opium voyage. Fine condition in original wrappers, with hand corrections, probably by Gutzlaff or a contemporary associate, in the text.

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        Guy Mannering

      Paris - Baudry's European Library, 1836. Paris - Baudry's European Library, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce edition of this novel by Sir Walter Scott, which forms part of the Waverley Novels series. According to an introduction that Scott wrote in 1829, he had originally intended to write a story of the supernatural, but changed his mind soon after starting. The book was a huge success, the first edition selling out on the first day of publication. It tells the story of Harry Bertram, the son of the Laird of Ellangowan, who is kidnapped at the age of five by smugglers after witnessing the murder of a customs officer. It follows the fortunes and adventures of Harry and his family in subsequent years, and the struggle over the inheritance of Ellangowan. The novel also depicts the lawlessness that existed at the time, when smugglers operated along the coast and thieves frequented the country roads. Condition: In a half-grained-morocco binding with marbled boards. Externally rubbed, with some wear to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, though with some heavy spotting throughout. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        The Gipsey Girl, or, The Heir of Hazel Dell, A Romantic Tale

      London - W. Emans, 1836. London - W. Emans, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition of The Gipsey Girl, or, The Heir of Hazel Dell, A Romantic Tale a novel by Hannah Maria Jones. First edition. Illustrated by beautiful steel engravings, with a frontispiece, a vignette half title and eight further plates. With directions to the binder for the placement of plates, listing illustrations to last page. Condition: In a diced calf binding, bound from parts with smallbinding holes to gutter of some pages. Externally, generallysmart but with slight wear to extremities, occasional marks to boards and with front joint starting. Internally, generally firmly bound. Bright and generally clean but with occasional slight foxing, mostly surrounding platesand handling marks. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club [Pickwick Papers]

      London: Chapman and Hall. London: Chapman and Hall. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST EDITION in book form of Dickens's first great success; one of his most beloved works. "In February 1836, just after the appearance of the two-volume Sketches by Boz, two young booksellers who were moving into publishing, Edward Chapman and William Hall, approached Dickens to write the letterpress for a series of steel-engraved plates by the popular comic artist Robert Seymour depicting the misadventures of a group of cockney sportsmen, to be published in twenty monthly numbers, each containing four plates. They offered Dickens£14 a month for the work, an 'emolument' that was, as he wrote to Catherine, 'too tempting to resist' (Letters, 1.129). He accepted the commission ... but stipulated that he should be allowed to widen the scope of the proposed subject 'with a freer range of English scenes and people'. He then, he later recalled, 'thought of Mr Pickwick, and wrote the first number' ('Preface' to the Cheap Edition of Pickwick, 1847). This appeared on 31 March 1836 ... On 20 April Seymour committed suicide but the publishers boldly decided to continue the series, despite disappointing initial sales. Seymour was replaced, after the brief trial of R. W. Buss, with a young artist, Hablot Knight Browne (Phiz), who was Dickens's main illustrator for the next twenty-three years. In recognition of the fact that Dickens was now very much the senior partner in the enterprise, the number of plates was halved, the letterpress increased from twenty-eight to thirty-two pages, and his monthly remuneration rose to £21. With the introduction of Sam Weller in the fourth number sales began to increase dramatically and soon Pickwick was the greatest publishing sensation since Byron had woken to find himself famous, as a result of the publication of the first two cantos of Childe Harold, in 1812. By the end of its run in November 1837 Dickens's monthly serial had a phenomenal circulation of nearly 40,000 and had earned the publishers £14,000..." (DNB). First edition, early issue. With additional engraved title (first state with "Veller" on sign), etched frontispiece, and 43 plates by Phiz, Buss, and R. Seymour (most in first state and including the suppressed Buss plates). First state points for text include: "hodling" for "holding" on page 260, "this friends" for "his friends" on page 400, line 21; an imperfect "F" in the word "OF" in the headline on page 432. London: Chapman and Hall, 1837. Octavo, full polished calf by Root, gilt decorated spine with leather spine, gilt ruled boards, gilt floral dentelles, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Very light wear to binding with discoloration to one spine label. Book plate on front pastedown. Very light toning to plates, text exceptionally clean. A beautiful copy.

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        Pianta della città di Ferrara

      Ferrara 1836 - Pianta topografica della città, ai lati su due colonne rimandi con l'indicazione di luoghi di pubblico interesse. Piega centrale editoriale mm 481x638

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        Winkles's Architectural and Picturesque Illustrations of the Cathedral Churches of England and Wales

      - London - Effingham Wilson and Charles Tilt, 1836. - London - Effingham Wilson and Charles Tilt, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Winkles's compendious collection of illustrations of ecclesiastical architecture, a workinfluential in inspiring the 19th century Gothic revival in architecture in Britain. With additional illustrated titles and numerous tissue-guarded plates throughout. The drawings made from sketches taken expressly for this work by Robert Garland, architect. With an historical and descriptive account by Thomas Moule. Volumes I and II, a third volume was published later. . Henry Winkles (18011860) was an English architectural illustrator, engraver and printer, who, together with Karl Ludwig Frommel founded the first studio for steel engraving in Germany. In 1836, with Benjamin Winkles, he produced and helped to engrave three volumes of Winkles's architectural and picturesque illustrations of the cathedral churches of England and Wales. This featured illustrators such as Hablot Knight Browne (the famous Phiz of Charles Dickens fame) and architect Robert Garland (18081863), with text (and some engraving) by Thomas Moule. Condition: In a half long grain morocco binding. Externally sound although rubbed and bumped. Internally, firmly bound. Bright with scattered spotting, often heavier to the plates. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Chinese Missionary Pamphlet, "The Perfect Man’s Model

      Singaope, 1836. Singaope, 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, The Perfect Man’s Model, published in Singapore in 1836, is typical of those he distributed on his opium voyage. Fine condition in original wrappers, with hand corrections, probably by Gutzlaff or a contemporary associate, in the text.

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        "Sachsen". Lebhaftes Markttreibens auf dem Platz vor dem Alten Rathaus während der Leipziger Messe als Mittelbild, umgeben von vier Kostümgruppen und mehreren Ansichten und Szenen.

      . Altkol. Lithographie von L.v. Hohbach aus 'Malerische Länderschau', Dannheimer, Kempten, um 1836, 32 x 38 cm.. Mit Ansichten und Trachtendarstellungen von Dresden, Leipzig, Bautzen und Pirna. Oben mit allegorischen Figuren die Handel, Industrie und Wissenschaft darstellen sowie Insignien des Buchhandels, des Berg- und Ackerbaues, der Forstkultur, Weberei, Spitzenklöppelei und der Spielwarenfabrikation. Unten mittig mit dem königlichen Wappen. - Stimmungsvolles Blatt in reicher figürlicher und ornamentaler Dekoration. Geglättete Bugfalte. Das Mittelbild und die vier Trachtenbilder in feinem Altkolorit.

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        Rituale Romano Herbipolense sive congeries rituum ecclesiasticorum. tripartia in sacramentale , benedictionale et processionale edita jussu et authoritate reverendissimi Dom. Domini Episcopi Friderici.

      Herbipoli (Würzburg). Caroli Guilelmi Becker, ff. 1836. - 2, 4°. 29,3 x 20,0 cm. XVI,445 (1) / XIX,473 (1) Seiten, In gutem Zustand. die Einbände etwas berieben, mit unterschiedlichem Leder bezogen, die Rückenschilder fragmentarisch und kaum lesbar, bei Band 2 fehlt eine der Schließen, der Lederbezug fleckig und berieben, die Vorsätze bei beiden Bänden gebräunt und fleckig, die vorderen Spiegel mit montierten Bibliotheksschildern eines Kapuzinerklosters in Würzburg, die Buchblöcke sauber und frisch. Teil 2 erschien 1839. Ledereinbände mit Lederrückenschild und handgeschriebenen Rückenschildern sowie Messingschließen, Vollrotschnitt, Hardcover in Leder, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A form letter addressed "To the Overseers of the Parish of Mereworth, Kent" advertising cheap passages for "Families, Labourers, and Poor Persons" emigrating to Australia and the British colonies; "Shovelling out paupers"

      London: 1836 - In 19th c. England, the practice of assisted emigration of the poor was sometimes referred to as "shovelling out paupers". In 1833 the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners (CLEC) were set up to manage emigration to Britain's colonies. Under the plan, some emigrants could qualify for a free passage if they were under forty years of age, of good character, having been vaccinated against smallpox, capable of labor, and from occupations such as agricultural laborers, shepherds, or female domestic and farm servants. Young married couples without children were the most desired candidates. This circular was printed just one year following the enactment of a provision in which the cost of emigration would be borne by the emigrant's home parish (Section 62, 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act). The parish-funded emigration was overseen by the Poor Law Commissioners. The annual report of the Poor Law Commissioners of 1836 shows that 18 parishes in Kent participated, sending 320 emigrants at a cost of £1,823. Many emigrants went to Canada due to its proximity to Britain, but South Australia, which was designated a colony in 1836, offered a free passage until 1841. The popularity of Australia surged when the discovery of gold made the news in 1852. The printed circular with manuscript date (March 1836) and Parish name, advertising passage to North America or Australia at £3 to £4 a head for adults. The form letter begins, "Gentlemen, I beg to acquaint you, that I am ready to Contract for the Conveyance of Families, Labourers, and Poor Persons to the British Colonies in North America, Australia, and the United States, and likewise to Victual them if required, which I can do at a much less expense than having them found by the Vessel." "Our packets are Sailing from here, for Quebec, New York, Philadelphia, Boston & c. Twice every Week, during the Season." The printed address at the top "2, Upper East Smithfield, Near the London Dock Entrance, London." The circular is signed "C. Ciriackes", or Christoffer Ciriackes (1755 - 1758), who in 1828 was a clerk for Messrs. Beatson & Co., merchants and was a witness in a case before the Old Bailey; he also appears in the London Planet of September 20, 1840 as Christopher Ciriackes, provisions merchant at Devonshire Place, London Fields. However, Ciriackes had his own problems as a debtor, as he appears under the heading 'Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors' on November 5, 1840: "Christopher Ciriackes, late of No. 4, Devonshire-place, London-fields, near the Cat and Mutton Tavern, . out of business . Provision Merchant and General Dealer". (London Gazette, 13 October 1840, p2270).8vo, printed on cream paper, folded into envelope shape and posted with rubber stamp and seal. The rubber stamp reads "Ing St. Corner Hill". Mailed March 8 and addressed to "Off of the Overseers of the Parish of Mereworth, Kent". Original folds, very faintly creased.

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        The Voyages And Five Years' Captivity In Algiers Of Doctor G. S. F. Pfeiffer With An Appendix Giving A True Description Of The Customs, Manners, And Habits Of The Different Inhabitants Of The Country Of Algiers

      John Winebrenner, Harrisburg 1836 - 398pp, brown publisher's cloth, spine chipped away, front board detached but present, rear board holding by cords, boards well worn, extremities and corners worn through, mild to moderate foxing at text as noted in pictures, a number of pages have fine wrinkles, mostly not affecting text, but occasional wrinkles have to be smoothed out in the interest of easy reading. Translated from the 2nd German edition by I. Daniel Rupp. The first and only edition in English of this rare account, with Worldcat / OCLC locating a single copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Naturgeschihtliches Cabinet des Thierreiches/ Ornithologie des Federwildpret

      Budapest 1836. Darstellung von diversen Vögeln auf 20 ( statt 30) Lithographien mit Beschreibung auf den zugehörigen Textseiten auf Deutsch, Einband aus Hartkarton, altkoloriert, Lithografie, 18 x 11,5. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Memo 5 Modèles de Menuiserie choisis parmi ce que Paris offre de plus nouveau, de plus remarquable et de meilleur gout; accompagnés de détails et. développemens qui doivent en faciliter l'exécution; suivie d'un abrégé de l'art du menuisier, et d'un Traité des Escaliers.

      Re-edition of orig. Chez Bance Aine 1825 ed. pub. by Librairie Centrale D'Architecture 1836 - publisher: Paris,Libraire Centrale D'Architecture(n.d.One of the re-editions of the 1825 Chez Bance Aine edition pub. in 1836 and 1855) Folio,Apprx. 16" x 11.75", pp. [8], frontis and title pg. with added engraved title-page in an architectural frame incorporating a selection of joiners' tools, and 73 outline-engraved plates; bound in contemporary blue cloth boards with orig. tan covers bound in, rebacked some time ago, with original spine laid down.First edition of a pattern book showing details of architectural woodwork taken from actual built examples in Paris. Bury published here the latest and most fashionable uses of carved woodwork in Parisian buildings in the decade after 1815. The plates show a variety of doors, ceilings, windows, library shelving, paneling, domestic interiors, ecclesiastical architectural woodwork, and stairs; with a fine section of shop fronts (16 designs), including some interiors. Most designs are shown in elevation, but there are also plans and sections. The brief explanatory text gives the names of the architects where relevant.Berlin Kat. 1280; RIBA, Early Printed Books, 510. [London, United Kingdom] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Petit Secretaire Parisien

      London - F. de Porquet and Cooper, 1836. London - F. de Porquet and Cooper, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A bright, clean edition of the scarce Le Petit Secretaire Parisien by Louis Fenwick de Porquet. Bound in cloth with gilt lettering. With a White & Sons bookseller's label on the front pastedown. This book is a comprehensive guide to teaching French, originally meant for schools and for teaching at home. The author, Louis Philippe R. Fenwick de Porquet, was a prolific author of French language and grammar, especially of books relating to correct French pronunciation and natural speech. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is some mild wear to the extremities, including some mild discolouration to the boards and spine, with some slight bumping. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright. The front free-endpaper has two closed tears. There is an ink signature on the title page. Overall the condition is very good..

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        Leçons d'anatomie comparée. Recueillies et publiées par C. Duméril. Troisième édition revue, corrigée et considérablement augmentée

      Bruxelles, Dumont 1836 - 3 volumes grands in-8 [243 x 152 mm]. Collation : 655, (1) / 591, (1) / 643, (1) pp., 2 tableaux dépliants hors-texte. Demi-vélin, pièce de titre bleue, tranches mouchetées. (Reliure de l'époque.) La première édition comptait trente leçons; celle-ci quarante. Le texte est sur deux colonnes, ce qui a permis d'éditer le livre en trois volumes. Nombreux tableaux in-texte et 2 tableaux dépliants hors-texte. Rousseurs éparses. Bon exemplaire. Norman 565, Garrison & Morton 311 (first ed.). // You can browse all my books on latude.net [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La fausse industrie, morcelé, répugnante, mensongère, et l'antidote, l'industrie naturelle, combinée attrayante, véridique, donnant quadruple produit.

      Paris, Bossange 1836 - In-8. Collation : [pagination variée et très fantaisiste] Toile brune, dos orné de filets dorés. (Reliure de l'époque.) Première édition. Ces deux volume réunis sont très rares du fait qu'ils n'ont pas de tomaison et se sont trouvés dispersés. Seul le second porte à la fin la mention "fin de la 3e section et du 2e tome". C'est le dernier livre de Fourier, et le plus désordonné de ses ouvrages. A cause de cela, et de sa pagination déconcertante, il n'a pas été repris dans ses oeuvres complètes. "La doctrine est bien restée la même : ni les principes n'ont variés, ni les applications. Seules quelques théories particulières ont été modifiées, quelques adjonctions ont été faites. Par exemple la théorie de la répartition a subit des changements et reçu des améliorations ; le système de la "répartition du capital" y a été incorporé. Un nouveau projet de réalisation, un projet de phalanstère d'enfants a trouvé place dans l'exposition des voies et moyens, et y a pris une grande importance. Ces retouches n'ont pas altéré le caractère et la figure de la doctrine." (Hubert Bourgin. Fourier, p.185 - Thèse de lettres). Collation conforme à celle donnée par Del Bo, page 7. Le dos du tome 2 a été refait à l'imitation du premier. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        Dupuytren theoretisch-praktische Vorlesung über die Verletzungen durch Kriegswaffen. Aus dem Französischen bearbeitet von Dr. M. Kalisch. (Vollständiges Lehrbuch über die Verwundungen mit besonderer Rücksicht auf militärchirurgie, nach Dupuytren's Vorlesungen unter Mitwirkung ... von Dr. C.F. v. Graefe)

      Berlin Verlag von Veit & Comp. 1836,. 630 S., 8°, Pbd. der Zeit mit etwas fleckigen Rücken, ohne Rückenschildchen, Papiernummernschild mit handschriftlicher Nummer unten. 2 Titelkupfer der beiden Autoren. XVI + 630 Seiten. Gutes Exemplar, selten.

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        GIANNETTO

      Iacopo Marsigli 1836 Opera che ottenne in Firenze il premio promesso all' autore del più bel libro di letteratura morale ad uso de' fanciulli. In - 8°, m. pergamena coeva. 386, (2) pp. con vignetta familiare nel frontespizio. Testo stampato su due colonne. Lievi insignificanti rifioriture nella prima e nell' ultima carta, ma bell' esemplare. Edizione originale rarissima non citata dai bibliografi, che ritengono prima quella del 1837. Cfr. Dizionario enciclopedico della letteratura italiana, IV, pp. 266 - 67: >. (Libri per l' infanzia)

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        The Principles of Physiology Applied to the Preservation of Health

      Edinburgh - Machlachlan and Stewart, 1836. Edinburgh - Machlachlan and Stewart, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A medical examination of the principles of physiology from Andrew Combe. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged. Andrew Combe (17971847) was a Scottish physician and phrenologist. Condition: In a half-cloth binding with paper-covered boards. Externally, rather worn, with some rubbing and bumping. Loss to the backstrip (which is lifting), and splitting to the rear joint. Rear hinge failed. Internally, binding strained in places. Ink signature and institutional ink stamp to title page. Pages are bright, though with some scattered instances of foxingthroughout. Overall: GOOD..

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        An critic of slavery and one of two dissenters in Dred Scott v. Sandford, Supreme Court Justice John McLean purchases a slave, whom he would soon free

      Cincinnati, Ohio: , August 16, 1836 Autograph Endorsement by John McLean, "J. Reeve / 16 Aug 1836" on the integral address leaf of an Autograph Letter Signed ìJohn Reeveî, 2p, 8" x 12", with integral address leaf, Cincinnati, August 16, 1836 to Justice John McLean, concerning his purchase of a slave named Lucinda from Mr. A. Stephens of Kentucky, as well as a good description of the burgeoning commerce and resulting prosperity in early Cincinnati.Folds, minor marginal loss from seal tear, else fine condition. Although McLean was a longtime critic of slavery and one of two dissenting justices in the Dred Scott v. Sandford decision, he did own slaves from time to time. John Reeve, an agent in Cincinnati, arranges for the purchase of a girl by the name of Lucinda. Reeve writes to McLean, "Mr. A Stephens the Gentleman from whom you purchased your Girl Lucinda, started from home on the day appointed, last week, per this City in order to Comply with his Contract, with you to execute the Bill of Sale, & Receive his money, but was taken Sick on the way Stop[p]ed at his Brotherinlaw, where he is Still confined & said to be dangerously ill his father, was here, took out the article after signing it himself & stated that his son would return it in a few days with the clothes of the Girl & Sign the release and Receive the funds. Today, his Brotherinlaw, writes me that he will not be able to come for some time, and wishes to know if he signs the paper in presence of some one or two Subscribing Witnesses in NY it will answer the same purpose..." Interestingly, McLean had purchased other slaves, but with the express intention of freeing them in the future. For example, in 1823 McLean purchased a man by the name of Thomas Hawkins with the provision he would be freed ten years hence. McLean freed Hawkins in 1831, two years before the contract was set to expire. During his first year sitting on the Supreme Court in 1817, he ruled in Ohio v. Thomas D. Carneal that a slave from Kentucky, brought into Ohio, a state where slavery was constitutionally prohibited, was free - a decision that foreshadowed his dissent in Dred Scott v. Sandford in 1857. In his 1817 opinion, McLean described slavery as "an infringement on the sacred rights of man". His strong dissenting opinion in Dred Scott is said to have provoked Chief Justice John Taney to take a more extreme position in the decision. Not only did Taney rule that Dred Scott had to be returned to his owner, he held that African Americans, whether free or enslaved, could not be American citizens and enjoyed no standing to sue in federal court.

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        Atlas von Bayern. Geographisch-statistisch-historisches Handbuch zur Kenntnis des Zustandes von Bayern in seiner gegenwärtigen Beschaffenheit für alle Stände.

      Nürnberg, Stein, 1836.. Quer-8°. 2 Bll., 112 Sp., 160 Sp. 2 Bll., 88 Sp., 2 Bll., 104 Sp., 1 Bl., 564 Sp., 94 Sp., mit 9 (1 gef.) grenzkolorierten Kupferkarten Rotes Halb-Maroquin d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe des Atlas von Bayern, anfänglich von Georg Leonhard Beyer und später von Karl Friedrich bearbeitet. Mit einer Einleitung und acht Kapiteln zu den einzelnen Kreisen, jeweils mit Karte bei Johann Adam Stein: 1. Isar-Kreis. 2. Oberdonau-Kreis. 3. Unterdonau-Kreis. 4. Regen-Kreis 5. Retzat-Kreis. 6. Untermain-Kreis. 7. Obermain-Kreis. 8. Rhein-Kreis. Dazu eine gef. Übersichtskarte von Bayern, zusammen 9 Karten. - Leicht bestoßen, Titel mit zartem Vermerk und sehr kleinem Eckausriss, die ersten beiden Blätter etwas knitterig, die Tafeln und wenige Lagen papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, eine Tafel mit alt hinterlegter Fehlstelle im Rand (außerhalb der Darstellung), eine Lage braunfleckig, sonst sauber. Insgesamt gutes und schön gebundenes Exemplar.

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        Une Annee en Suede. Ou tableaux des costumes, moeurs et usages des paysans de la Suede, suivis des sites et monumens historiques les plus remarquables.

      . Stockholm: L.J. Hjerta 1836. With 48 handcoloured engr. plates and one sheet with engr. music. Folio. (4) + 116 + (2) pp. Contp. red full morocco, inner and outer borders gilt, boards gilt, spine gilt with five raised bands, all edges gilt. Second edition on thick large paper. * The plates depict Swedish landscapes, buildings, peasants in national costumes. The chief work of C. Forsell (1777-1852) and one of the most attractive colour plate books in Sweden. Colas 1282. Lipperheide 1054..

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        Catalogue of a Collection of Engraved Portraits, the Largest Ever Submitted to the Public

      53 - London - E. Evans, 1836. 53 - London - E. Evans, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An art catalogue, containing details of engraved portraits for sale, compiledby Edward Evans. Two volumes bound in one. Condition: In a cloth binding, with latercloth backstrip adhered over the boards and typed spine label. Externally, rubbed, with some sunning and bumping. Rear hinge has failed, and is detached from the textblock edge, and front hinge is nearly detached. Internally, binding strained in places, with rear pages working loose. Title page of The Historical Gallery of Celebrated Men of Every Age and Nation pasted to front pastedown. Ink signature to front free-endpaper. Some marginal paper repairs to the pages throughout. Pages are bright, though with some foxing. Overall: FAIR..

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        Abracadabra oder die dritte und letzte Stufe der höhern Weihe in die gesamten geheimen Wissenschaften oder Magie.

      - Erstausg. Weimar, bei Bernh. Friedr. Voigt, 1836. Gest. illus. Titel, VIII, 348 S., Kl.-8°, Schlichtes Halbleder d. Zt. Vgl. Graesse S.88. - U.a. über: Entstehung des Aberglaubens; Geschichte des Aberglaubens; Uebersicht der versch. Arten des Aberglaubens bei den Alten (u.a. Aeromantie, Alectryomantie, Astrogalomantie, Ariomantie, Cephalomantie, Chartomantie, Dactylomantie, Elementargeister, Elfen, Geomantie, Gyromantie, Incubus, Liebestränke, Lindwurm, Lufterscheinungen, Nekromantie, Nixen, Orakel, Poltergeister, Rabdomantie, Stein der Weisen, Talismane, Teufel, Thiergespenster, Vampyr, Wahrsagerkunst, Zwege u. Riesen); Der religiöse u. krichliche Aberglaube unserer Zeit; Der astrologische Aberglaube; Der meteorologische Aberglaube; Der alchemistische Aberglaube; Medicinischer Aberglaube (u.a. Thierischer Magnetismus, Homöopathie); Glaube an die Besessensein vom Teufel; Die allein wahre Magie. - Einband ist bestossen u. beschabt; Deckel leicht wellig; eine geknickte Ecke sauber von innen hinterlegt; Besitzervermerk auf dem leicht angeschmutzten Titel; durchgehend etwas angestaubt u. gebräunt oder braunfleckig; tlw. kl. Eckumfaltungen; ca. die ersten u. letzten 50 S. wasserrandig. - Selten.

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        Japhet, in Search of a Father. In three volumes

      London - Saunders and Otley, 1836. London - Saunders and Otley, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce first edition of Marryat's novel, complete in three volumes. First Edition. Complete in three volumes. Captain Frederick Marryat (10 July 1792 9 August 1848) was an English Royal Navy officer, novelist, and a contemporary and acquaintance of Charles Dickens, noted today as an early pioneer of the sea story. He is now known particularly for the semi-autobiographical novel Mr Midshipman Easy and his children's novel The Children of the New Forest, and for a widely used system of maritime flag signalling, known as Marryat's Code. Japhet was the first of Marryat's novels not to have a nautical setting. Condition: In half morocco bindings with marbled boards. Externally, generally smart, rubbed in places. Internally, firmly bound. Clean and bright with just the odd spot or mark. Small tear to front endpapers of volume II. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Pirate, and The Three Cutters

      London - Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1836. London - Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The Pirate and The Three Cuttersarenovels by the English author Frederick Marryat, first published in 1836. Illustrated with twenty splendid engravingsfrom drawings by Clarkson Stanfield, R. A. First edition. With a portrait of Captain Marryat to frontispiece and a vignette half title. Captain Frederick Marryat (1792 - 1848) was an English Royal Navy officer, novelist, and a contemporary and acquaintance of Charles Dickens, noted today as an early pioneer of the sea story. He is now known particularly for the semi-autobiographical novel Mr Midshipman Easy and his children's novel The Children of the New Forest, and for a widely used system of maritime flag signalling, known as Marryat's Code. Previous owner's ink inscription to front free endpaper and frontblank. Condition: In a half morocco binding with cloth covered boards. Externally, sound but with some wear to extremities, rubbing andmarks to boards. Front hinge tender, rearstrained. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with slight scattered spotting, handling marks and slight tidemarks to plates. Heavier marks to endpapers. Overall: GOOD.

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        Der Holsteinische Tourist oder Wegweiser für Fußreisende in der Umgebung von Hamburg. Von Peregrinus pedestris (d.i. J.E. Marston). (Zweite) Ausgabe von 1836 mit achtundzwanzig neuen Zeichnungen auf Stein. Hamburg, Herold, 1836. VIII, 357 S., 1 Bl. Mit 28 lithogr. Taf. von Cranz. Marmor. Pp. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. RSch. (etw. berieben).

      1836. . Holzmann/Bohatta, S. 210; Kat. d. SH Landesbibliothek, S. 1025 u. 1229.- Mit Ansichten v. Schierensee, Westensee, Ratzeburg, Mölln, Ukleisee, Ascheberg, Stocksee, Segeberg, Reinbek, Eppendorf u.a.- Die Tafeln zeigen die gleichen Motive wie in der ersten Ausgabe von 1833, hier sind sie aber klarer und künstlerisch versierter ausgeführt.- Dabei 1 kleine Stahlstichkarte von Holstein.

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        Swan's Views of the Lakes of Scotland

      Glasgow - John Swan, 1836. Glasgow - John Swan, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A highly illustrated, unusualproof copy of thisscarce work by Joseph Swan. With parts fromone toeight bound in one volume of sixteen 'the work will be completed in sixteen parts'. With twenty-six engravings on steel in line by Joseph Swan from paintings in oil done expressly for the work by John Fleming. This is a proof copy as an example of a privatelyprinted limited collection published by the engraver and available by subscription. Swan's intention was to publish a series of graphic works, illustrative of Scottish Scenery, for each of these works to be in itself distinct and complete and when finished, would together for a most extensive and varied collection of the beautiful and picturesque scenery of Scotland. For this series, Swan selected the subject of the scenery of the Scottish lakes, many of which formed the chief objects of the most delightful tours in Scotland. The work was intended to contain views on all the principle lakes and of the larger lakes several views will be given, while of the smaller, one or two views will be sufficient. Each engraving is accompaniedwith a description of the scenery, containing ample historical and antiquarian information as to the various surrounding localities and objects of interest. Condition: Rebound in cloth with original proof title tipped-in to front cover. Externally, in excellent condition with only slight bumping to head and tail of spine and the odd mark. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with the odd spot and handling mark and with some tidemarks and slight foxing to plates only. Overall: GOOD.

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        Lithographie " Die Stadt Rostock in Mecklenburg nach Lindenbergs Zeichnung vom Jahre 1597 " ( Beilage zur Chronik der Stadt Rostock von Dr. Werner Reinhold )

      . ( Offenbar aus der 1836 bei Behm erschienenen Ausgabe, denn Besitzvermerke auf dem Blatt datieren aus dem Jahr 1909 - es kann sich also nicht um die 1911 erschienene Nachdruckausgabe handeln ). Das Blatt wurde verlegt in der Lithographischen Anstalt von I.G. Tiedemann, Nachfolger. Gezeigt wird die Stadt Rostock von einer Anhöhe über der Warnow aus mit 3 Wappendarstellungen und Personenstaffage in alter Tracht im Vordergrund ( Eine alte Rostocker Beguine und sogenannte Dodenbiddersche - Ein Bauer und eine Bauersfrau - Ein Diener - Ein Rostocker Bürgermeister - Zwei Bürger - Eine Rostocker Bürgerfrau - Eine Bürgertochter - Ein Dienstmädchen ). In der Stadt werden gezeigt: Das Petrithor - Die Petrikirche - Die Katharinenkirche - Das Collegium der Rechtsgelehrten - Die Nikolaikirche - Das Mühlenthor - Das Rathaus - Die Marienkirche - Das Steinthor - Die Johanniskirche - Die HeiligeGeistkirche - Die Michaeliskirche - Das große Auditorium - Das Collegium der Philosophen - Die Jacobikirche - Die Kreuzkirche - Das Kröpelinerthor - Das Brunnenthor. Das lithographiere Blatt nach: E.I. von Westphal(en) "Monumenta inedita rerum Germanicarum praecipue .. Megapolensium. Tom III. Lipsiae 1743, diese entstanden nach der Vorlage in G. Braun u F. Hogenberg "Civitates orbis terrarum", 5.Band., Köln, ca. 1597. Blattgröße: 31,5 x 39 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 54,5 x 59 cm ). Das Blatt stärker gebräunt, im Außenrand mit Beschädigungen, unten mit 2 Besitzvermerken (u.a. Dr. Fr. Zelck s/l Ferd. Matz Weihnachten 1909). Der Rahmen mit kleineren Beschädigungen. ( Bitte beachten: Da unter Glas gerahmt ist leider kein Versand aufgrund der Bruchgefahr möglich - hier bitte Selbstabholung bzw. selbst organsierter Abtransport ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Elementa matheseos purae in usus auditorum suorum. 2 Bde. in 1 Band. Klausenburg, Druckerei des königl. Lyzeums 1836-37. 8°. 2 Bll., 176 S., 1, 1 Bl., 184 S., 1 Bl., mit 4 (ausfaltbaren) Kupfertafeln. Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rvg.

      . . Seltener Siebenbürger Druck.- Bibliographisch von mir nicht nachweisbar, auch über den Verfasser ist nichts bekannt. - Laut Titel war Hornyay Mathematikprofessor am Lyzeum in Klausenburg. - Leicht gebräunt, tls. etw. fleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben und bestoßen.

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        The Italian Novelists. In Four Volumes

      London - W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1836. London - W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An affordable second edition of this treasure trove of Italian literature for the English-reading public. Complete in Four Volumes. Selected from the most approved authors in that language; from the earliest period 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. Thomas Roscoe, 1791-1871, was an English writer and translator. Condition: In a quarter leatherand marbled paper binding. Externally, rubbed, with Torquay Reading Society labels to the front board and spine. The hinges are strained. Internally, generally firmly bound, with scattered foxing and occasional marks. There are library labels to the front pastedown and Torquay Natural History Society and Torquay Book Society ink stamps to the title pages. Pages 113-128 of volume one are partially attached. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Mr Midshipman Easy and The Pirate

      Paris- Baudry's European Library, 1836. Paris- Baudry's European Library, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An early European editionoftwo popular Marryat novels bound as one. Two works bound as one. Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors, Vol. CXLIII. In a personalised binding, withMrs Bickford in gilt on the spine, an armorial bookplate for W. Bickford to the front pastedown, and an ink inscription to the half title, 'Presented to Mrs Bickford by her affectionate son John, London, Jan. 14th 1836'. Condition: In a half calf binding. Externally, rubbed, with some edge wear. The joints are starting. The front joint and spinelook to have beenrepaired, with a section of the spine having beenpreviously detached. Internally, firmly bound, with scattered spotting. With two ink stamps from the Torquay Natural History Society to the front pastedown. Overall: GOOD..

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        Elémens d'histoire naturelle présentant une suite de tableaux synoptiques, accompagnés de figures, un précis complet de cette science. Minéralogie et géologie. - Botanique. - Zoologie.

      Jules Delalain & Roret & Creusat 1836 - - Jules Delalain & Roret & Creusat, Paris & Lunéville _1836, 14x23cm, 3 volumes reliés en 1. - Edition originale. Reliure en demi basane havane, do lisse orné de fleurons et de filets dorés, épidermures sur les plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, reliure de l'époque. Ouvrage bien complet de ses 63 planches (10 pour le premier volume, 28 pour le second et 25 pour le dernier) ainsi que de ses 2 planches dépliantes. Rousseurs éparses. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Beauty; Illustrated Chiefly by An Analysis and Classification of Beauty in Women

      London - Effingham Wilson, 1836. London - Effingham Wilson, 1836 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A delightfully illustrated philosophical look into the hypotheses of beauty in women. First edition. Preceded by a critical view of the general hypotheses respecting beauty, by Hume, Hogarth, Burke, Knight, Alison, etc. Followed by the hypotheses of beauty in sculpture and painting, by Leonardo Da Vinci, Winckelmann, Mengs, Bossi, etc. Adorned with twenty-three beautifullyproduced lithographed tipped-in plates. Collated complete. Illustrated from drawings from life, by Henry Howard, and drawn on stone by M. Gauci and R. J. Lane. Walker was a Scottish physiologist, aesthetician, encyclopaedist, translator, novelist, and journalist. This was the second of three best-sellers who wrote on beauty and aesthetics. Today his ideas are considered to belong to the pseudosciences of physiognomy and phrenology. Condition: Rebound in a full green crushed morocco binding with gilt lettering to the spine. Externally, boards are sound, although there is some rubbing to the spine and extremities. Internally, firmly bound and bright, although with instances ofscattered foxing. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Abbildung und Beschreibung von alten Waffen und Rüstungen, welche in der Sammlung von Llewelyn Meyrick zu Goodrich-Court in Herefordshire aufgestellt sind. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und herausgegeben von G. Fincke.

      Berlin, Fincke, 1836.. 42 Textseiten, 151 Tafeln mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. 34 x 27 cm, Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung.. Katalog der Sammlung Meyrick. Lipperheide 2408 (Ra 18). - Rücken beschädigt, Kanten angeplatzt. Innen teilweise stockfleckig

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        NUOVA ILLUSTRAZIONE ISTORICO - MONUMENTALE DEL BASSO E DELL'ALTO EGITTO. Con Atlante.

      Fumagalli 1836-1837 In - 8 p. (mm. 214x135), 2 voll. di testo + 1 vol. di Atlante in folio (mm. 477x316), mz. pelle coeva, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro su due tasselli (rifatti). L'opera è cosi' composta: i voll. di testo (descrizione delle tavole), pp. (2),491,(5); 788,(6); con ritratto di G. Segato. L'A. illustra il Basso e Alto Egitto "sui disegni di Denon, della grand'opera della spedizione francese e di quelle di Gau, Caillaud e Rosellini?. L'"Atlante", "compilato da Girolamo Segato del quale vi sono diversi disegni inediti fatti sul luogo", contiene 2 cc. (occhietto e frontesp.) e 160 magnifiche tavole (1 in più di quelle elencate in Indice), inc. all'acquatinta o in rame, con una o più ill. Di queste tavole, 33 con squisita coloritura a mano e 7 più volte ripieg. (3 sono anche colorate). Vi sono rappresentate: vedute, piante topografiche, armi, utensili, sculture, bassorilievi, mummie, sarcofaghi, amuleti, scene della vita del popolo, teste di vari tipi di abitanti. Straordinaria edizione per la parte iconografica. Cfr. Brunet,V,1042 che cita solo 135 tavv. - Dawson & Uphill "Who was who in Egyptology", p. 292 - Graesse,VII,239. Nel ns. esempl.: i voll. di testo con fiorit., l?Atlante con qualche lieve fiorit. margin. altrim. ben conservato.

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        Det physiske Cabinet eller Beskrivelse over de til experimental-Physiken henhörende vigtigste Instrumenter tilligemed Brugen deraf.

      . 2 vols. (Det udkomne). (All published). Kbhvn. / Copenhagen: Gyldendal 1836-38. Med 64 kobberplancher. 4to. XII + 138 + [2]; 126 s. Let bruneret eksemplar indbundet i smukt samtidigt helskind med guldtryk pa ryg og permer. Bindet med svage brugsspor, enkelte blade svagt skjoldet. Kapitaeler paent restaureret, 4 plancher ligeledes paent restaureret i margin. Navn pa titelblade.<br>With 64 copperplates. Weakly foxed copy bound in nice contemporary full leather with gold ond spine and boards; binding weakly marked of use, a few leaves weakly stained. Headbands nicely restored, 4 plates nicely restored in margin. Name on titlepages. * Meget sjaelden. Extremely rare.<br>Da A.W.Hauch i 1789 kom hjem fra en videnskabelige dannelsesrejse for at blive chef for den kongelige staldetat, skulle han bo i Staldmestergarden i Töjhusgade i Köbenhavn. Han indrettede pa förste sal sit fysiske kabinet med de mange instrumenter, han havde anskaffet sig pa sin rejse. Det var taenkt til egen fornöjelse og uddannelse, men blev hurtigt et tillöbsstykke, bade for <br>Köbenhavns borgere og for rejsende. I 1815 solgte Hauch instrumenterne til Frederik VI. I 1827-28 kom samlingen til Sorö Akademi som en gave fra Frederik VI. A.W. Hauchs nevö Carsten Hauch, der netop var blevet ansat som lektor i naturvidenskab ved akademiet, skulle tage imod samlingen og benytte den i undervisningen. Hauchs Physiske Cabinet fik imidlertid en blandet modtagelse, og efterhanden fik apparaterne plads rundt omkring pa lofter og pulterrum. Omkring 1900 blev der opfört en ny bygning der skulle rumme Sorö Akademis mange samlinger, herunder Hauchs instrumentsamling. Efter fa ar blev de gamle apparater igen gemt af vejen, da en ny gymnasiereform indförte obligatoriske fysikforsög, som kraevede laboratorieplads og moderne apparatur. I 1976 blev der mulighed for at flytte og opstille samlingen pa Vaenget og i 2005 kunne der abnes for en nyopstilling takket vaere stötte fra forskellige fonde og andre.<br>Hauchs Physiske Cabinet er et videnskabshistorisk museum i Sorö, som rummer fysiske instrumenter samlet af Adam Wilhelm Hauch i perioden 1790-1815. Instrumenterne omfatter omraderne: legemers almindelige egenskaber, statik og mekanik, hydrostatik og hydraulik, legemernes bestanddele, varmestoffet og lyset. <br>In 1789, when A W Hauch returned from a scientific educational journey to become head of the Royal Stables, he was to live at Staldmestergarden situated in Töjhusgade in Copenhagen. On the first floor he arranged his physics cabinet, containing all the instruments he had gathered on his journey. It was intended as being subject to his personal pleasure and further education, but the citizens of Copenhagen and travellers were drawn to it. In 1815 Hauch sold the instruments to King Frederik VI. In 1827-28 the collection was handed over to the Academy in Sorö as a gift from the King. <br>Carsten Hauch, A.W. Hauch's nephew, who had just been appointed assistant professor at the department of science at the Academy was to receive and organize the collection for educational use. However, the Cabinet of Physics was received with mixed feelings, and as time went by the instruments were placed in different box rooms. Around 1900 a new building was erected, intended to contain the various collections of the Academy, including Hauch's Cabinet. A few years later the old instruments were set aside again, because a new education reform required physics laboratories, space and modern equipment for experiments. In 1976 an opportunity to move and arrange the collection at Vaenget in Sorö arised, and in 2005 a new arrangement could be exhibited, thanks to donations from different funds.<br><br>Hauch's Physics Cabinet is a scientific museum in Sorö containing physics instruments collected by Adam Wilhelm Hauch during the period 1790 - 1815. The instruments include subjects, such as ordinary functions of the body, statics and mechanics, hydrostatics and hydraulics, elements and components of the body, heat and light..

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        SYRIA, THE HOLY LAND, ASIA MINOR, &c. ILLUSTRATED. 3 Parts in 1 Volume.

      London ;- Fisher Son & Co 1836 - Striking Thick Quarto. Contemporary Half Black Morocco with spine gilt in compartments with attractive 'castle motif''. Complete with a series of views drawn from nature by W.H.Bartlett, William Purser, &c. Three engraved vignette Titles, 3 Maps and 117 full-page engraved views (some foxing throughout, heavy in places) 80pps. / 76pps. / (102)pps. A.e.gilt. Apart from the foxing an excellent example! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Syria, The Holy Land, Asia Minor, Illustrated. In a Series of Views Drawn from Nature. 3 volumes in One

      London Fisher, Son & Co 1836. G: in Good condition with marbled eps. Covers rubbed. Some foxing, mainly on plate margins. Contents firm First Edition Brown half-leather cover with brown cloth boards 280mm x 210mm (11" x 8"). 80pp; 76pp; 104pp + plates. 122 engraved plates and maps. Published 1836 - 1838.

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        Syria the Holy Land Asia Minor

      London Paris & America : Fisher Son & Co , 1836. London Paris & America : Fisher Son & Co , 1836. Complete, 3 series bound in 2 volumes. Complete with 120 plates/maps, as index. Bound in half calf, calf corners, marble boards, raised bands, gilt title lettering, marble endpapers. Calf rubbed on edges, head and tail of spines with minor wear loss,hinge joints rubbed/worn, but boards firmly attached. Generally, bindings in good clean firm condition. Internally, 1 title page bound in the wrong place, some light spotting, heavier in a few places. Pages and plates in good condition. A nice copy, in good bindings.A16. First Edition. Half Calf. Very Good. Illus. by W. H. Bartlett William Purser . Quarto.

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        Syria, The Holy Land, Asia Minor, &c. Illustrated. In a Series of Views Drawn from Nature. 3 volumes in One

      Fisher, Son & Co, London 1836 - 80pp; 76pp; 104pp + plates. 122 engraved plates and maps. Published 1836 - 1838. G: in Good condition with marbled eps. Covers rubbed. Some foxing, mainly on plate margins. Contents firm Brown half-leather cover with brown cloth boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Complete Angler; or the Contemplative Man&#39;s Recreation. Being a Discourse of Rivers Fish-Ponds Fish and Fishing written by Izaak Walton; and Instructions How to Angle for a Trout or Grayling in a clear Stream by Charles Cotton; with an Original Memoirs and Notes by Sir Harris Nicolas

      London: William Pickering, 1836.. London: William Pickering, 1836., 1836. First Nicolas Edition; First Pickering Edition. 2 volumes; 4to. Superb in contemporary full green morocco by Hayday with raised bands, gilt titles and gilt lines to spines, elaborate gilt border to boards with corner pieces, gilt stamped rural scene to centre of uppers; all edges gilt. Generously and finely illustrated with copper engraved portraits of Walton and Cotton, Fishes painted from nature by James Inskipp, and fishing scenes by Thomas Stothard. Very occasional foxing, mostly marginal, sometimes to plates or pages adjoining plates. The text is from the 5th Edition, published in 1676, the last to be revised by Walton himself, with the variations of the four previous editions at the foot of each page. "...An ornament to the angler&#39;s library ..." (Westwood Chronicle). An attractive set of this superb production.

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        Une Instruction Criminelle.

      . 1st edition. Bruxelles 1836. 271 pp. Publisher's blindtooled cloth, spine richly gilt. Spine weakly faded. Name on endpaper and half-title..

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        Switzerland : Illustrated in a Series of Views taken [on the spot and] expressly for this Work.

      London, George Virtue 1836.. 2 vol. 4° (27.5 x 22 cm). IV, 1 Bl., 188 resp. 2 Bll., 152 SS. Je 1 gest. Titel mit Titelvignette, 106 gest. Tafeln in Stahlstich, 1 gest. Faltkarte (Rahmen 31.5 x 48 cm) im Anhang von vol. II. Reich floral gepr. Ganzleder-Prachteinbände (etwas bestossen u. min. berieben) mit vergold. Deckelfileten, vergold. Rückentiteln u. -Dekor, alls. Goldschnitt. Vorsätze marginal leimschattig, äusserste Lagen unterschiedlich etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig (v.a. erste Lage), Tafeln a. Kupferdruckpapier unterschiedlich leicht gebräunt und gelegentlich etwas stockfleckig (v.a. marginal, die Darstellungen nur vereinzelt und wenig tangiert). Etwas Alters-, Lagerungs- u. Gebrauchsspuren, alte Exlibris a. Vorsätzen, Buchhändleretikette a. fl.Bl. von vol. I. Gesamthaft grossenteils sauberes, breitrandiges, gutes und gepflegtes Exemplar, die Stahlstich-Ansichten in recht kräftigen Abzügen.. Titelvariante gem. gest. Vortitel. - Barth 17353, Wäber p. 69; Engelmann 931 f. eine deutsche Ausgabe, London u. Leipzig 1852; vgl. auch die digitalisierte Version in: http://www.e-rara.ch/doi/10.3931/e-rara-8375 - Exlibris 'John Hoffmann': in achteckigem Doppelrähmchen steigender od. wachsender Löwe im Rumpf nach rechts zwischen tordierten Hörnern, davor 8-strahlige, leicht ovale Sonne). Händleretikette 'Henry Sotheran Ltd., Bookseller [..] London'. Dabei: Rechnung von Sotheran über brutto BP 625 an den Schweizer Vorbesitzer (erworben 1993). - Differenziert und bemerkenswert fein gestochene, auch künstlerisch qualitätvolle Tafeln in guten Abzügen. - Einige besonders erwähnenswerte Ansichten: Sion (3 div.), Lugano, Bellinzona, Schloss (Burg) und Talschaft Mesocco, Splügen mit gedeckter Holzbrücke, 4 div. Ansichten aus der Via Mala (davon 2 mit Brücken: 1. primitive Holzbrücke bei Sufers, 2. gemauerte Bogenbrücke, sog. Zweite od. Mittlere, auch: Wildener-Brücke), Passage of the Cardinells (i.e. Cardinell-Schlucht am Splügen), Airolo, Kloster Einsiedeln, Bad Pfäfers (Blick in die Schlucht mit dem rechterhand tief gelegenen Badgebäude), Ragaz mit Zusammenfluss von Rhein und Tamina, Blick von Schloss Wolfsberg bei Ermatingen auf Bodensee und Konstanz, Blick von See/Limmat auf Zürich mit Wellenbergturm und den Türmen von Grossmünster, Fraumünster und Kirche St. Peter, Burg (-Ruine) Falkenstein bei Balsthal (Kanton Solothurn), Blick vom Gütsch auf Luzern mit Museggmauer und Hofkirche, Gedeckte und mit einem Turm versehene Luzerner Hofbrücke, Lungernsee, Fribourg (3 div.; u.a. p. 133, 'with the New Iron Suspense-Bridge', i.e. die erst 1834 erbaute, von dem französischen Ingenieur M. J. Joseph Chaley konstruierte Kabel-Brücke über die Saane, der sog. Grand-Pont Suspendu, mit technischen Details im Tafelverzeichnis von vol. II; vgl. dazu u.a. Gesellschaft f. Ingenieurbaukunst, Hrsg., Robert Maillart: Betonvirtuose. vdf Hochschulverlag 2007, p. 18; u. G. Mehlhorn, Hsg., Handbuch Brücken: Entwerfen, Konstruieren, Berechnen, Bauen und Erhalten. Berlin 2007, p. 59). - Fein gestochene, südlich sparsam schraffierte Karte: Carte physique et routiere de la Suisse / A Map of Switzerland, compiled from the last editions of 'Keller's carte routiere', 'Carte physique et routiere de la Suisse' [wohl: J. Scheurmann; vgl. Engelmann, p. 929], 'Atlas universel 1835' and other standard authorities. The whole carefully examined and corrected up to the present time by the author of Switzerland Illustrated / Drawn & engraved by T. [Thomas] Starlin, Massstab ca. 1: 760'320 (Koordinaten: E 5°55'-E 10°30'/N 47°48'-N 45°45'); vgl. ZB Zürich u. KB Graubünden (diese Version nicht bei Engelmann). -- Aufwendig ausgestattetes, auch typographisch sehr sorgfältig gestaltetes, für das 19. Jahrhundert relativ frühes repräsentatives Ansichtenwerk (wenn nicht umfangmässig eines der ersten überhaupt), relativ eigenständig konzipiert nach einem kombinierten System von bewährten Kantonsbeschreibungen und neueren Reiseberichten resp. Routenbeschreibungen : "The following Work was undertaken at the Author's suggestion, founded on an opinion, that some portion of the romantic history of Switzerland, combined with pictorial illustrations of the most striking localities, would produce a work not wholly uninteresting to the public. [..] Mr. Bartlett proceeded to Switzerland in order to furnish the series ov views from nature, which he completed in the course of last year [..]. With regard to the text, the Author may be permitted to state, that it is not a compilation or mere letter-press description, composed with express reference to the engravings, but the result of experience obtained in repeated excursions - of which he has here endeavoured to communicate the substance - and intended to present a moral and political, as well as a physical picture of Switzerland. Of the twenty-two Cantons, each has been described with more or less minuteness; but, as it often happens that the most striking natural scenery is not the most celebrated in history, it has been thought necessary, at times, to dwell longer on certain localities than their merely picturesque features might seem to require; and again, to pass lightly over others where the engravings may be presumed to speak for themselves." (etc.; vol. I, p. III f.). - Die Ansichtenwerke für die Schweiz des 19. Jahrhunderts sind bestenfalls bibliographisch, jedoch nicht monographisch oder gar systematisch erfasst, weshalb es nebst Lonchamp, der nur die 'ecrivains et artistes suisses' berücksichtigt und Engelmann (nur ca. 1750-1856 'in Deutschland', d.h. wohl auch Österreich und Schweiz, erschienene Titel u. Karten), kein standardmässiges Referenzwerk für die verschiedenen Ausgaben mit ihren Autoren und Illustratoren, oder gar unter Berücksichtigung der inhaltlichen Konzepte gibt. -- NETTOGEWICHT / NET WEIGHT 2.7 kg

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        Edle Ruhe

      . Bleistift auf Papier, signiert und datiert unten rechts: "F. Ruscheweyh, 1ter September 1836"; 20,5 x 32,5 cm. Ruhig steht ein Pferd angebunden an einen Pflock. Wenige Striche deuten den kahlen Erdboden an, nur um den Pflock sprießen einzelne Grashalme, ein Stein liegt davor. Das Pferd schaut nach links, mit einem Gurt ist eine Decke auf seinem Rücken befestigt. Allein die leicht versetzten Hinterläufe bringen Bewegung in die ruhige Szene. Das auf dem Pflock abgelegte Striegelwerkzeug erklärt die ergebene Haltung des Pferdes, es wurde gerade gestriegelt. Geordnet liegt die Mähne über dem Hals und zwischen den aufmerksam aufgestellten Ohren, geordnet sind auch die langen Haare des Schweifes. In enger Schraffur arbeitet die Binnenzeichnung die Muskulatur des Tieres heraus. Ein starkes Licht-Schatten-Spiel akzentuiert den Faltenwurf der Decke, detailliert sind die Nüstern und das Auge erfaßt. Besonders naturalistisch wirkt der Pflock durch die Astlöcher. Ferndinand Ruscheweyh, geboren 1785 in Neustrelitz und dort 1846 verstorben, studierte in Berlin und Wien. 1808 ging er nach Rom, wo er sich den Nazarenern anschloß und bis 1832 lebte. Finanziell unterstützt von Wilhelm und Caroline von Humboldt, wurde Ruscheweyh in Rom zu einem der führenden Vertreter des nazarenischen Reproduktionsstichs. Er stach vor allem nach Raffael, Michelangelo, Domenichino, Giulio Romano und Rubens aber auch nach seinen Zeitgenossen Asmus Jacob Carstens, Johann Friedrich Overbeck und Franz Pforr. Seine Stiche nach Zeichnungen von Peter von Cornelius zu Goethes Faust, 1816 erschienen, verhalfen ihm, seinen Ruhm als hervorragender Graphiker zu begründen. Unsere Zeichnung vereint in der präzisen Feinheit der Linie und der graphischen Strenge der Darstellung die Ideale, denen Ruscheweyh sein hohes Ansehen zu verdanken hat.

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