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        Explication des travaux entrepris pour la construction de la Tonnelle ou passage sous la Tamise, entre Rotherhithe et Wapping à l'effet d'ouvrir une communication permanente entre les deux rives de ce fleuve.

      Londres, W. Warrington, 1836, - in-12 oblong de 24 pp. + 9 pl. h.t. (dont 4 dépl.) ; broché, couv. muette de l'époque, étiquette de titre imp. sur le 1er plat. Edition originale. Rarissime. Le Worldcat n'en localise qu'un seul exemplaire (B.N.F.) ; pas d'exemplaire au COPAC.

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        Abraham Lincoln to Mary Owens – the Only Letter to his Fiancée Still in Private Hands – Short on Love and Long on Politics

      1836 - Autograph Letter Signed, to Mary S. Owens, December 13, 1836, 2 pp., 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 in. "Write back as soon as you get this, and if possible say something that will please me, for really I have not been pleased since I left you."Here, Lincoln perfectly demonstrates what Owens later described as deficiencies "in those little links which make up the chain of a woman's happiness." Rather than expressing his feelings for Owens, Lincoln complains about his health and discusses political issues swirling in the Illinois General Assembly. Although inept at love, the letter offers rare insight into the young representative's thoughts on a variety of political issues. In this highly important letter to Mary Owens, a self-absorbed Lincoln complains to his potential spouse of his health, both physical and mental, and discusses political issues to the point that he describes his own letter as "dry and stupid." Perhaps more revealing than he realized, it illustrates the tension in Lincoln's early life between matters of the head, with which he was comfortable, and matters of the heart, with which he clearly was not. Complete Transcript Vandalia, Decr 13. 1836Mary I have been sick ever since my arrival here, or I should have written sooner. It is but little difference, however, as I have verry little even yet to write. And more, the longer I can avoid the mortification of looking in the Post Office for your letter and not finding it, the better. You see I am mad about that old letter yet. I dont like verry well to risk you again. I'll try you once more anyhow. The new State House is not yet finished, and consequently the legislature is doing little or nothing. The Governor delivered an inflamitory political message, and it is expected there will be some sparring between the parties about it as soon as the two Houses get to business. Taylor delivered up his petitions for the New County to one of our members this morning. I am told that he despairs of its success on account of all the members from Morgan County opposing it. There are names enough on the petitions, I think to justify the members from our county in going for it; but if the members from Morgan oppose it, which they say they will, the chance will be bad. Our chance to take the seat of Government to Springfield is better than I expected. An Internal Improvement Convention was held here since we met, which recommended a loan of several millions of dollars on the faith of the state to construct Rail Roads. Some of the legislature are for it and some against it; which has the majority I can not tell. There is great strife and struggling for the office of U.S. Senator here at this time. It is probable we shall ease their pains in a few days. The opposition men have no candidate of their own, and consequently they smile as complacently at the angry snarls of the contending Van Buren candidates and their respective friends, as the Christian does at Satan's rage. You recollect I mentioned in the outset of this letter that I had been unwell. That is the fact, though I belive I am about well now; but that, with other things I can not account for, have conspired and have gotten my spirits so low, that I feel that I would rather be any place in the world than here. I really can not endure the thought of staying here ten weeks. Write back as soon as you get this, and if possible say something that will please me, for really I have not been pleased since I left you. This letter is so dry and stupid that I am ashamed to send it, but with my present feelings I can not do any better. Give my respects to Mr & Mrs Abell and family. Your friend LincolnMiss Mary S. OwensHistoric BackgroundThis is one of the ten oldest Lincoln letters known to have survived. Although 11 leaves (9 of which are in institutions) from Lincoln's educational sum book, a few documents written or signed by Abraham Lincoln in 1832 relating to his service in the Black Hawk War (again, mos. (See website for full description)

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        Sammelband mit insgesamt 37 Ankündigungszetteln des Olympischen Circus der Gebrüder Tourniaire für Vorstellungen in Würzburg (3) und Frankfurt (24, sowie 10 Dubletten).

      (Würzburg), 2.-4. 9. 1836 und (Frankfurt), Heller & Rohm, 8. 9. - 1.10. 1836. Marmorierter Pappband d. Zt. 36 x 21,5 cm. Vorliegen die letzten 3 Tage der Tourneestation in Würzburg, daran angebunden die Werbezettel für alle täglichen Auftritte in Frankfurt; 10 davon doppelt vorhanden. Benoit (1801-1865) und Francois (1810- ca. 1846) Tourniaire übernahmen nach Tod des Vaters und Begründers der gleichnamigen Zirkus- und Kunstreiterdynastie, Jacques Tourniaire (1772-1829) das Geschäft und zogen damit 17 Jahre durch Europa. Zu der interessanten Familiengeschichte siehe auch ausführlich: Saltarino, Artisten-Lexikon, p. 203-206. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Nouvelle collection de Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de France depuis le XIIIème siècle jusqu'à nos jours

      first edition in 25 volumes (32), although full of 12 volumes of the first series of 10 volumes of the 2nd. The first volume of the 3rd series is present.Binders half black shagreen, spine decorated with four nerves, boxes and nets double stamped cold Chez l'éditeur du Commentaire analytique du code civil à Paris 1836 16x26cm 25 volumes reliés

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        Flora Japonica Sectio Prima. Plantae Ornatui vel usui Inservientes. Text in latein. Fasc: III.

      Leipzig, Verlag Leopold Voss, 1836 - Seite 29 - 92 Text., Tafel 11 - 45 (34 Stück) mit handkolorierten ganzseitigen litographischen Tafeln., Einband berieben. Papier altersbdingt gilb, seitlich nicht beschnitten und teils etwas stockfleckig. Insgesamt schönes und seltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 Folio. Halbleinwand mit Leinwandecken.,

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        Voyage pittoresque dans les duex Amériques. Résumé général de tous les Voyages.

      Paris: Chez L. Tenré, 1836. Quarto, with two folding maps and numerous full-page engraved plates;an attractive copy in contemporary gilt half morocco trade binding. Popular account of the natural wonders and indigenous peoples of South America, compiled by the veteran explorer naturalist Alcide Dessalines d'Orbigny (1802-1857).An accomplished microbiologist, d'Orbigny was appointed by Geoffrey de Saint-Hilaire to lead a scientific expedition to South America in 1824. Extensive travels throughout Brazil led him deep into in the Chaco and Guarani tribal territory, an experience fraught with hazard. Aspirations to travel further to the into Paraguay and Argentina were frustrated by ongoing warfare with Brazil, circumstances that led d'Orbigny to spend nine months in northern Patagonia. During this time, he conclusively disproved the existence of the Patagonian giants, a long-held belief originating from the wild stories circulated by mariners marooned along this unforgiving coastline.d'Orbigny continued his natural history collecting across for several more years, finally returning to France in 1833. He published his results in a nine volume opus; and during this time he compiled the present volume from the accounts of other famous voyagers (including Humboldt and La Condamine), liberally interspersed with anecdotes from personal experience. A little preliminary foxing otherwise.

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        Italie Pittoresque. Tableau Historique et Descriptif de l’Italie, Due Piémont, de la Sardaigne, De Malte, De la Sicile et de la Corse.

      Two volumes. Quarto. Chez Amable Costes. Paris. 1836/1837.Premier Partie: viij, 56, 16, 48, 28, 48, 24pp. Engraved half title, title, section titles, folding map (slightly soiled to proud edge), 51 copper engraved plates (as listed in tables des matières et indication des figures);Deuxieme Partie: 136, 80, 64, 64pp. Title, section titles, 84 copper engraved plates (as listed in tables des matières et indication des figures, plus one), folding map. Contemporary quarter calf. Spines in six, gilt lettering and decoration. Marbled endpapers. All edges blue. Corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Scuffed to lower boards. Crisp and bright, occasional foxing to text. Carte Routiere de l'Italie dressee par Th. Duvotenay, eleve de M.P.Lapie, publiee par Amable Costes 1836.Second map grave Flahaut; ecrit par Arnoul.[removed][removed]

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        Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River, and Along the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, In the Years 1833, 1834, and 1835; By Captain Back Commander of the Expedition. Illustrated by a Map and plates.

      London: John Murray, 1836. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp. x; 663; 1 [fold-out map]. Finely bound in recent tan half calf over neatly marbled boards. Red and green title labels to spine with gilt lettering and decorative borders, traditional raised bands, floral centre tools, top edge exceptionally bright gilt. Condition is outstanding externally, with no visible signs of wear. Very occasional faint foxing, otherwise a clean and tight copy from a central figure in Canadian Arctic exploration. Frontispiece, 16 illustrated plates, and a fold-out map (with amateur repair). A fascinating account of a challenging canoe expedition detailing the terrain, flora and fauna, and notes on the physical characteristics of native peoples encountered. Complete with superb lithographic and engraved plates. Collins. H. et al - 851.

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        Rural Architecture being a Series of Designs for Ornamental Cottages.

      London: Henry G. Bohn, 1836. Quarto, decorative lithographed title, 96 plates; in original quarter morocco with morocco label on upper board. Fourth edition of the first of Robinson's six pattern-books.Peter Frederick Robinson (1776-1858) was a very successful architect as well as a prolific writer on architectural styles. As a practitioner he is best remembered for his designs for the Egyptian Hall at Piccadilly and the Swiss Cottage in Regent's Park. A founder of the Institute of British Architects, Robinson, with Charles Barry and J.B. Papworth, was one of its first three vice-presidents.In his quest to elevate the humblest structure to the level of the picturesque, Robinson studied often-overlooked structures such as rural dwellings, dairies, out-buildings and so on. He held the view that the picturesque was a quality in the landscape which elevated the lives of those who lived in it, whether they were labourers or the landed gentry. Robinson's present study of cottages, which present twenty designs in plan, elevation and charmingly-rendered perspective, had quite an impact, even here in Australia, where the picturesque cottage orné became a popular style and his pattern-books would have been a useful resource. James Broadbent mentions the influence of Robinson, in particular on Conrad Martens's design of Rockleigh Grange, North Sydney. Some spotting throughout, but good.

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        SECRETARIA DE JUSTICIA Y NEGOCIOS ECLESIASTICOS. EL EXMO. SR. PRESIDENTE INTERINO DE LA REPUBLICA MEXICANA SE HA SERVIDO DIRIGIRME EL DECRETO QUE SIGUE.ERIGIR UN OBISPADO EN LAS DOS CALIFORNIAS.

      Mexico. September 19, 1836. - Broadside, 11 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches, on a folded folio sheet. Contemporary manuscript correction to one word of text, contemporary manuscript notes in upper and lower margin showing transmittal of the document, signed by Amado de la Vega. Two pertinent passages underscored in red pencil. Very good. In a half calf and cloth folding box, spine gilt. Of the highest importance in the religious history of California, this decree provides for the establishment of the first bishopric in California. This decree came on the heels of the secularization of the California missions, which had been the foundation of religious organization there. The procedures for establishing a separate diocese and appointing a new bishop are given, the bishop to be chosen by the government based on the recommendation of the cabildo metropolitano and proposed to the Pope. The government would grant an annual stipend of 6000 pesos to fund the bishopric, which would also have at its disposal monies from the Pious Fund. The decree was issued by Mexican President Jose Justo Corro, and bears the printed signature of Joaquin de Iturbide. We are unable to locate any copies of this decree on OCLC. Rare and important.

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        A Series of Lithographic Drawings of Sydney and its Environs. Coloured £1 8s. - Plain 13s. 6d.

      Sydney: J.G. Austin, 1836. Oblong quarto, eight lithographed plates; stab-sewn in printed yellow titling-wrapper with a later back wrapper; a fine copy preserved in a cloth case. A very desirable set of Austin's famous but extremely rare Sydney views, among the earliest lithographic views to have been published in the colony.In April 1836 Austin began work on his series of views of Sydney and its surroundings based on original drawings by the painter Robert Russell. Although he originally planned a series of twenty-four, just sixteen such views had been published by the end of 1836 and the series was halted by his death in 1837.Austin prepared the views using the relatively new method of lithography. The first lithographic press to arrive in the colony had been brought out by Governor Brisbane in the early 1820s for his astronomical work at the Parramatta Observatory. It did not see much use, but was discovered by Augustus Earle who began to make prints from it in the late 1820s, and ultimately owned it. (As Butler points out, another press may have arrived in the colony by 1828 as the surveyor Bemi produced some maps while Thomas Mitchell, the Surveyor-General, produced a few images). Earle failed to find a buyer for the press on his departure in 1828, so this was very likely the press that by 1834 was in use by the printmaker and publisher J.G. Austin shortly after his arrival in Sydney. Not long afterwards Austin formed a partnership with William Fernyhough, draughtsman and lithographer.The publishing history of Austin's views is poorly recorded. In total, 16 plates were issued in four parts in 1836. The following year, a "collected" edition appeared, published over Austin's 12 Bridge Street address. However, no full set of this collected edition appears to be recorded, and it seems that Austin issued the series in different configurations according to what plates he had available. Thus, Ferguson notes only two copies, a set in the Mitchell Library with 12 plates from the series, and a second set in the National Library with seven plates from the series separately mounted. This set in its striking original yellow wrappers contains respectively numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 and 15 from the full series. As usual the colophon on some plates has Austin's earlier Hunter Street address. The plates appear in the following order:Catholic Chapel (Hyde Park)Lower Lodge, Govt. DomainGovernment House, SydneyLa Perouse Monument, Botany BayOld Windmill, Government DomainToll Gate and Benevolent Asylum, George Street SouthSt James Church, Supreme Court HouseSouth Head Light House (Port Jackson).

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        The Declaration of Independence Broadside.

      A broadside miniature printed on card stock with a coated surface, mounted, framed and glazed. A little wear to one corner, otherwise in very good condition. The first miniature printing of the Declaration of Independence, illustrated with the state seals and a portrait of Washington. The text is printed in italics with some phrases capitalized or in bold for emphasis; signatures in facsimile; surrounded by vignettes of state seals and a portrait of Washington, connected with a vine border printed in blue and pink. An attractively printed copy of the Declaration of Independence produced to mark the 60th anniversary of the signing of the document. Bidwell, American History in Image and Text 15.

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

      Paris, Bossange, 1836. ____ 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. *****. In-8. Collation : [pagination variée et très fantaisiste] Toile brune, dos orné de filets dorés. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        A new chart of the world on Mercator's Projection with the Tracks of the Most Celebrated & Recent Navigators...

      London: Henry Teesdale & Co. 1836. Large folding map, 1226 x 1900mm.; mounted and dissected into 32 sections, bright original wash and outline handcolouring, folding into small folio boards bound in publisher's purple blind-stamped calf gilt. Scarce first edition of this map. This edition shows the disputed, but un-named, Oregon Territory in the American Northwest coloured as a distinct and separate political unit, while the Arctic displays the results from the various Parry-Ross-Franklin expeditions up to 1833. South Australia is shown according to the boundaries of the new colony established in 1836. A little occasional spotting, but generally fine.

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        Notre-Dame de Paris

      First illustrated edition Keepsake said it appeared a few months after that in a volume in-8 by the same publisher (there is also an edition in two volumes on the date of 1836); illustrated with 11 full-page printed on steel strong paper Johannot, Baker, Raffet, engraved by Rouargue Rogier & Finden, Staines ... It is printed in a ventilated typography with great margins, and close to the original published in 1831.Bound in full brown sheepskin contemporary in 1820. spine smooth style decorated with 3 boxes to the grotesque. parts of title in red morocco, and volume number in green morocco. coaching frieze on the flat followed by a triple net. Guards renewed, certainly in the late nineteenth. Brunissures sparse. The engravings have retained their serpentes. Trace waterstains in right corner on the last pages of Volume 2, without any seriousness.Good copy, rare in full contemporary binding.blue pad interlaced MC with the figure in 1895.  Eugène Renduel Paris 1836 In-8 (13x21cm) 3 tomes en 3 volumes reliés

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        Designs for Ornamental Villas.

      London: James Carpenter, 1836. Quarto, lithograph title and 96 lithograph plates; original quarter roan. Third edition of this classic architectural pattern book. Robinson (1776-1858) was a prolific and versatile designer of country mansions and picturesque cottages. In the present work he provides sixteen designs, some of which were executed, for twelve residences, two lodges, a garden house, and stables. "The range of styles represented perhaps was the most eclectic in British architectural literature to date" (Archer): Swiss, Grecian, Palladian, Old English, Castellated, Ancient Manor House, Modern Italian, Anglo-Norman, Henry VII, Elizabethan, Ancient Timber, and Tuscan. Each design is illustrated in plan, elevation, and 'Scenic View'. Most of the scenic views were drawn on stone by J.D. Harding and printed on India paper.Of course Robinson's promotion of the cottage orné proved influential in Australia, where it became a popular architectural style with colonial architects (see Broadbent, The Australian Colonial House, p. 354). Some spotting as always but very good.

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        Charter of Incorporation: Bye-Laws: Regulations: and Grant of Arms [with] Supplemental Charter [and Bye-Laws] [with] Thirteen Annual Reports of the Society's Council [with] Seven Related Documents

      V.p.. An extensive run of annual reports and related materials of the Society during its early years, seemingly unrecorded, providing considerable biographical detail and much insight into professional and educational concerns of attorneys and solicitors. Later buckram, ex-library, good clean copies, twenty-two publications and 734 pages in total; a complete listing gladly provided. V.p., London, 1836-72.

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

      London: Thomas H Hurst, 1836. vii+280 pages with appendix. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/4") issued in green cloth with gilt lettering to spine and blind stamped cover. (Whyld: 1836-13) First edition.Alexander McDonnell (1798-1835) was the son of a Belfast doctor and the strongest player from either Britain or Ireland before the rise ofStaunton. In contemporary publications his name was sometimes printed as M'Donnell and he is not to be confused with the Dublin-born Rev G.A. MacDonnell (1830-1899) who had some good results in the 1860s and 1870s and lived until 1899. M'Donnell is best known for being the loser of the first known Evans Gambit game (to Capt. William Evans himself) and for hismarathon series of matches against the French champion Labourdonnais in 1834. (Tim Harding)Condition:Corners bumped, re backed with original spine, some damp rippling at front edge, previous owner's name on front paste-down, some occasional light pencil ticks, else about very good of a scarce item.

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        The Library of fictionor the Family Story Teller

      

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        Sonatina nach dem Duett: Strahlt auf mich der Blitz des Goldes" aus der Oper: Der Barbier von Sevilla von Rossini. Für das Pianoforte zu vier Händen eingerichtet von . No. 33 der vierhândigen Sonatinen. No. 1836.

      Braunschweig, Im Musikalischen Magazine von J.P. Spehr, n.d. - Oblong folio (25.6 x 31 cm.), contemporary (Brazilian?) crimson sheep (minor wear at extremities), smooth spine gilt, covers elaborately gilt with imperial arms of Brazil gilt, initials "P.D.J." above arms on front cover, edges of covers milled gilt; marbled endleaves, text block edges sprinkled blue-green. Engraved title page. Engraved musical notation throughout. On thick paper of excellent quality. Some worming, mostly in the blank margins, but sometime affecting text, but without affecting legibility. A few small, light dampstains. The binding in very good to fine condition; text in less than good condition. (5 ll.), title page unnumbered, verso and following pp. numbered 24-31, final p. blank. *** A duet for piano based on an aria in Rossini's Barber of Seville, which premiered in 1816. Anton Diabelli (1781-1858) was an Austrian music publisher, editor and composer. With Pietro Cappi, he established a music publishing business in 1818; they focused on arranging popular pieces such as opera tunes so that they could be played by amateurs at home. Diabelli also wrote guitar music, an operetta, several masses, and piano four-hand pieces like this one that were quite popular. Today he is best known for what began as a publicity stunt: he wrote a patriotic waltz and invited every important Austrian composer to compose a variation on it. Fifty-one composers submitted entries, including Schubert, Carl Czerny, Ignaz Moscheles, and eight-year-old Franz Liszt. Beethoven submitted thirty-three variations, commonly known as the Diabelli Variations (Op. 120), which constitutes one of Beethoven's greatest piano works.Provenance: "P.D.J." stands for "Princesa Dona Januária", the second daughter of D. Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil and King of Portugal as D. Pedro IV, and his first wife Maria Leopoldina, Archduchess of Austria, Empress consort of Brazil, and Queen consort of Portugal (1797-1826), daughter of the last Holy Roman Emperor Franz II (later Franz I of Austria). Dona Januária was born in Rio de Janeiro, in the Palácio de São Cristóvão, Quinta da Boa Vista, 1822. From 1835 until 1845, she held the title Princess Imperial of Brazil, as the heir presumptive of her brother the Emperor D. Pedro II. Her marriage to Prince Luigi of the Two Sicilies, Count of Aquila (brother of D. Pedro II's new wife, Empress Teresa Cristina) was celebrated on 28 April 1844 in Rio de Janeiro. Her husband was a son of King Francesco I of the Two Sicilies and his second wife the Infanta Maria Isabella of Spain. Friction developed between the Count of Aquila and D. Januária's brother, the Emperor D. Pedro II. D. Januária and Aquila were eventually permitted to leave Brazil in October 1844. In 1845, D. Januária's position as heir presumptive, and the restrictions it entailed, was lost with the birth of D. Pedro II's first child, D. Afonso, Prince Imperial of Brazil. The city of Januária in Minas Gerais was named in her honor. She died in Nice in 1901.*** Regarding the binding, cf. Brasiliana Itaú, ?Encadernação no Brasil?, especially p. 477, for a binding on a book of Rio de Janeiro, 1824, with some of the same or very similar tooling. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Atlas, designed to illustrate The Geography of the Heavens,...

      New York. Huntington and Savage. 1836. Plates I-VII (one double-page black and white plan, one double-page map with handcolor plus six single page handcolored maps), original paper-covered stiff card wrappers, 16 x 14 1/4 inches. The covers show considerable past dampstaining with discoloration and light undulation, also heavy wear to extremities. There is some staining and undulation to the left sheet of the first double-page plan, with only staining to the upper right corner and light undulation of the right hand sheet; occasional light toning and spotting to the six handcolored maps, but overall good or better condition. The binding string has broken. This is a folio sized atlas, the supplement to Burritt's Geography of the Heavens, which includes six highly decorative pictorial representations of the star formations. The hand coloring in this edition is partial, and softer than some of the many other editions published. The plates are as follows in the order inserted into the atlas: Plate I (double page black and white lithograph): A Plan of the Solar System Exhibiting its Relative Magnitudes and Distances; Plate III (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in January, February and March; Plate II (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in October, November and December; Plate V (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in July, August and September; Plate IV (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in April, May, and June; Plate VII (single page handcolored lithograph): Southern Circumpolar Map for each Month in the Year; Plate VI (single page handcolored lithograph): Northern Circumpolar Map for each Month in the Year; Plate VIII (double page handcolored lithograph): A Celestial Planisphere, or Map of the Heavens....

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

      London: John Murray, 1836. Octavo. xxii, 530 pp. First edition, extra-illustrated with engraved portraits and landscapes related to Johnson's life. A collection of extracts not included in James Boswell's acclaimed biography of Dr. Samuel Johnson due to space restrictions, but which "are essential to the completion of the intellectual portrait of Johnson." Specially bound in red morocco by Kelliegram, with the original cloth covers and spine bound in. Front cover has an onlaid oval leather portrait of Johnson within a gilt panel and leaf sprays; gilt panels and lettering between the raised bands on the spine; and green silk endleaves with gilt turn-ins adorned with more leaf sprays. A.e.g. Small split in front silk endleaves and very minor spot of wear at head of spine, else a fine copy of a handsome binding.

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        L'ingénieux hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche

      first edition translated by Louis Viardot and illustrated by Tony Johannot First printing. Two headpieces printed on China, two engraved title pages and 800 large thumbnails in-text. Our copy contains very rare folding map travel Don Quixote, absent from most books, since pulled apart and unjoined.As so often, the second volume of 1840. This feature is fairly common effect editing, even if we have difficulty understanding how the editor was able to mix volumes of the 1836 edition that of 1840, at least the 2 prints were established at the same time, which is more likely (it would therefore be the same draw, but with a relay title page).Bound in half red vintage shagreen. Back with false nerves decorated with fat and lean nets, wheels and tail head. Title and volume number gilded. gilt edges. Paper rather fine overall, with a few scattered spots in the margins or on some sheets. Heads, corners, edges and flat with traces of friction. Nice copy.illustrated famous romantic; one of the best productions of Johannot, with travel wherever you please and Furioso. Johannot ran less than is Grandville, probably because it is typically more romantic in the sense of Hugo, both soft and sentimental and whimsical and grotesque morbid up. There is more mystery and terror in him than in his sidekick."A very beautiful illustrated books of the nineteenth" Vicar. Dubochet et Cie Paris 1836 In-8 (17,5x25,7cm) 744pp. et 758pp. relié

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        A narrative of the shipwreck, captivity and sufferings of Horace Holden and Benj. H. Nute : who were cast away in the American ship Mentor, on the Pelew Islands, in the year 1832; and for two years afterwards were subjected to unheard of sufferings among the barbarous inhabitants of Lord North's Island

      First Edition Boston Russell, Shattuck, and Co. 1836 First Edition. Small, slim 8vo: xii,13-133,[1]pp, with wood-engraved frontispiece of tattooing and full-page wood-engraved plate of native canoes approaching the British barque Britannia following p. 114. Original, elaborately embossed brown cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt. End papers spotted, else an excellent, unsophisticated copy. Sabin 32473. Hill 818. Taylor, p. 548. Fine- ¶ The Mentor sailed from New Bedford under Captain Edward Barnard in 1831. "Holden, a farm boy from New Hampshire, was aboard the whaleship when it was wrecked. Only half the crew survived; they were ultimately captured by natives, who tattooed, starved, and mistreated their prisoners. Holden and his friend Nute were rescued in 1834 by the British barque Britannia . . . This work includes a 'Vocabulary of the language of Lord North's Island' . . . ." (Hill) Melville's description of tattooing in Typee apparently derives from this account. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        L'ingénieux hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche

      first edition translated by Louis Viardot and illustrated by Tony Johannot First printing. Two headpieces printed on China, two engraved title pages and 800 large thumbnails in-text. As often, the second volume of 1840. This feature is actually quite common in publishing, even if we have difficulty understanding how the editor was able to mix volumes of the 1836 edition that of 1840, unless 2 runs were established simultaneously.Binding semi antique black shagreen. Back with false nerves decorated with fat and lean nets, wheels and tail head. Title and volume number gilded. All relatively fresh, with very little foxing, concentrated on certain passages, including the preface. A few yellowed sheets in Volume I. In the Prologue to Volume I, brown trace internal margins of a paper web (bookmark) that was taken away on 3 sheets, from fading. Good copy, a good draw. Dubochet et Cie Paris 1836 - 1840 In-8 (17,5x25,5cm) 744pp. et 758pp. relié

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        The Village Coquettes: a comic opera. In two acts. The music by John Hullah. FIRST EDITION.

      Richard Bentley. (Printed by Samuel Bentley.) 1836 Bound into sl. later full dark green morocco, single-ruled gilt borders, gilt dentelles; hinges sl. rubbed & repaired. t.e.g. An attractive copy.An ms. note on the verso of leading f.e.p. states 'This is a genuine copy of the original edition, I had it in my possession long before the reprint was published. F. Marshall'.

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        (Ross's) Hobart Town Almanack, and Van Diemen's Land Annual for 1836.

      Hobart Town: James Ross, 1836. Small octavo, xii, 12 (almanac), 13-270, 4pp., folding map; some scattered foxing, occasional minor marginalia, offsetting affects the map but a very good copy in original green cloth with gilt spine lettering. A lovely copy of this important almanac with its famous "Chart of d'Entrecasteaux Channel, Shewing the situation of the Late Unfortunate Shipwrecks", printed by Ross. The named wrecks are: Wallace, Actaeon (1822), George III, and the Enchantress. The series of coloured buoys near Isthmus Bay are also marked.The two lengthiest inclusions are "The Settler in Van Diemen's Land, Fourteen Years Ago" (pp. 64-168) and, immediately following, "The Settler in Van Diemen's Land in 1836"; an early owner has noted, probably correctly, that both are the work of Ross himself.

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        Voyage Autour du Monde, fait par ordre de sa majesté l'Empereur Nicolas 1er sur la Corvette Le Seniavine, dans les années 1826, 1827, 1828 et 1829 [with] Partie nautique text volume.

      Paris and St. Petersburg: Lithographie de Engelmann et Compagnie; C. Hintze, 1835-1836. Two volumes comprising: Atlas folio, with 51 lithographed plates and three maps (one folding); original quarter morocco and marbled boards; the quarto text volume with five coastal profiles (two folding) and 10 maps (one folding); including a large folding map of "Aliaska" tipped in between pages 274 and 275 (not mentioned by Lada-Mocarski or any other authority); contemporary half roan with cloth sides, A substantial portion of the very rare official account of the Lütke voyage, one of the rarest and most beautiful of all illustrated Pacific voyage publications, featuring fine lithographic plates of Alaska and the Northwest Coast, the Caroline Islands, Guam and the Philippines.The full account of the voyage comprises two discrete publications since the Historical and Hydrographical sections were separately published by different publishers. In addition, some parts were available in either Russian or French versions (the complicated bibliography of these editions is fully dealt with by Lada-Mocarski in his Bibliography of Books on Alaska published before 1868).All printed materials relating to the Lütke voyage are notoriously rare. This is the famous American voyage collector Fred Ellis's set of this voyage, which comprises the Historical Atlas, published in Paris by Engelmann to accompany either French or Russian versions of the text; the two text volumes for the Partie Historique are supplied here in a modern facsimile of the French version (Amsterdam, 1971). These are accompanied by the Russian-published French-language text volume of the Hydrographical section. The Hydrographical atlas is not presentComplete sets of both parts (that is, with both text and atlas volumes) are virtually impossible to obtain; the French edition, which is just as rare as the Russian, is said to have been almost entirely bought by Russians (Brunet, quoted by Lada-Mocarski) explaining its extraordinary rarity today.The Lütke expedition of 1826-1829 was the last great Russian scientific voyage to the Northwest coast of America. The expedition sailed to the Pacific via Cape Horn, and reached Sitka on the Northwest Coast and spent over a month there. They continued north to Unalaska and the Aleutian Islands, before sailing into the Bering Sea and surveying the coast of the Alaskan Peninsula. As winter approached the expedition turned southward to the Caroline group of Micronesia where they stayed for most of 1828, followed by Guam and the Philippines. The return voyage stopped at St Helena Island in the south Atlantic before finishing at Kronstadt in September 1829.The 51 plates in the atlas, many of them comprising two images, were lithographed by the Parisian specialist printer Engelmann from the original drawings. Working in Paris from 1816, Godefroy Engelmann was the pioneer and best exponent of the new techniques of lithography in book illustration that gradually replaced older methods from the 1820s onwards. In this copy the plates are examples of the more desirable form identified by Lada-Mocarski, printed on fine India paper and mounted into the atlas rather than printed directly onto thick paper.Renowned for their exceptional detail and finesse, the plates are rivalled only by those of Choris as the finest nineteenth-century depictions of the Pacific. They comprise sensitive portraits, landscapes, village scenes, native habitations, canoes and sailing craft, tools and weapons, and more. The depictions of tropical foliage are of exceptional quality. The plates are significant as an ethnographic record of the indigenous peoples of the Northwest coast, Unalaska, Kamchatka and present-day Micronesia. Some water stains on the upper margins of the text pages and the plates of the Atlas; of the text a few pages lightly foxed, and with marginal annotations in pencil and in ink by the Pacific scholar and collector George Davidson and his ownership signature on the title-page. Contemporary half roan, cloth sides renewed.

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        THE WAR IN FLORIDA: BEING AN EXPOSITION OF ITS CAUSES, AND AN ACCURATE HISTORY OF THE CAMPAIGNS OF GENERALS CLINCH, GAINES AND SCOTT.By a Late Staff Officer.

      Baltimore: Lewis and Coleman, 1836. - viii,184pp. plus three folding maps. Original blindstamped cloth. Spine slightly faded. Minor foxing, several map tears neatly repaired. Very good. A significant history of the Seminole War, by a participant. "Unsparingly critical of Jackson, Jesup and the Secretary of War" - Howes. The maps are "A Map of the Seat of War in Florida, 1836"; plans of the "Battle and Massacre Ground of Major Dade and Command Dec. 28th, 1835"; and "Camp Izard on the Ouithlacoochee River Feb. 29, 1836." Potter was a former United States military officer who was wounded at Camp Izard. CLARK III:225. HOWES P515, "aa." STREETER SALE 1236. SABIN 64673. FIELD 548, 1628. SERVIES 1902.

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        Handwörterbuch der gesammten Chirurgie und Augenheilkunde.

      Gebhardt und Reisland, Leipzig, Weygand (ab Band 4 1836 - 1836-1840. VIII, 640, 620, 812, 838, 636, 674 S. 6 Bände. Leinenbände der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel. Einbände gering berieben und bestoßen - Vorderdeckel von Band 4 am Kopf bestoßen und oberes Kapital dieses Bandes mit kleiner Fehlstelle; Rücken etwas verblasst; Bezug der Einbände teils etwas wellig; Kapitale teils mit kleinen Bezugsläsuren; Vorsätze stockfleckig - ansonsten nur teilweise etwas stockfleckig. 4800 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Versinnlichte Denk- und Sprachlehre, mit Anwendung auf die Religions- und Sittenlehre und auf das Leben. Zwei Bücher in zwei Bänden (compl.).

      Mechitaristen- Congregations-Buchhandlung, Wien 1836 - Lex-8° (26,5 x 20,5 cm). Vol. I: XXI, [2 = table], [1 blank], 25-441, [3 index]; Vol. II: engraved frontispiece, 67 plates, 3 maps (2 folding), (cf. photo #1), 1 engraved sketch of all institutes for the deaf and dumb and their professors. +++ Contemp. half calf, spines richly gilt with raised bands, marbled edges. Vol. II on handmade paper (Büttenpapier). First edition. The first work on the education of the deaf and dumb to attract international attention. It was published as a help for teaching the deaf mutes, with detailed exposition of the system both in the text and on the numerous figures or scenes on the fine plates. Czech regarded thinking as a mental activity being innate in each individual. Articulated speech may make the process easier but is not intrinsically necessary. He therefore thought it both morally and legally a duty to provide education to the deaf and dumb. Czech had been professor of philosophy at the Theresianischen Ritter-Akademie in Vienna and in 1818 was appointed professor at the famous Wiener Taubstummen Institut. This institute had been founded in 1779 by Maria Theresia after the example of the French Institution Nationale des Sourds Muets of the famous Abbe de l'Epee. +++ Covers well preserved, for overall outside condition and details see photo # 2. Vol. I: some foxing on FEPs and index pp., else spotless and bright. Vol. II: faded small stamps on front and end paper. Paper edges foxed. About 10 out of 72 etched tables show scarce and inconspicuous foxing. The rest is bright and clean. +++ Extremely rare. This first ed. being available only in two libraries world wide (Berlin [same pagination as in our item], and Cincinatti [without the plates]). +++ COLLECTOR'S ITEM. +++ From non-smoking household. +++ Weitere Infos gerne über die Schaltfläche "Dem Anbieter eine Frage stellen". For further infoermations please pess the Ask-bookseller-a-question-button. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Atlas, designed to illustrate The Geography of the Heavens,

      Huntington and Savage. New York. 1836. - Plates I-VII (one double-page black and white plan, one double-page map with handcolor plus six single page handcolored maps), original paper-covered stiff card wrappers, 16 x 14 1/4 inches. The covers show considerable past dampstaining with discoloration and light undulation, also heavy wear to extremities. There is some staining and undulation to the left sheet of the first double-page plan, with only staining to the upper right corner and light undulation of the right hand sheet; occasional light toning and spotting to the six handcolored maps, but overall good or better condition. The binding string has broken. This is a folio sized atlas, the supplement to Burritt's Geography of the Heavens, which includes six highly decorative pictorial representations of the star formations. The hand coloring in this edition is partial, and softer than some of the many other editions published. The plates are as follows in the order inserted into the atlas: Plate I (double page black and white lithograph): A Plan of the Solar System Exhibiting its Relative Magnitudes and Distances; Plate III (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in January, February and March; Plate II (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in October, November and December; Plate V (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in July, August and September; Plate IV (single page handcolored lithograph): The Visible Heavens in April, May, and June; Plate VII (single page handcolored lithograph): Southern Circumpolar Map for each Month in the Year; Plate VI (single page handcolored lithograph): Northern Circumpolar Map for each Month in the Year; Plate VIII (double page handcolored lithograph): A Celestial Planisphere, or Map of the Heavens. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        ERNST KAISER (1803 - 1865). Angler in den Isarauen bei München.

      - Lavierte Feder- und Pinselzeichnung über Bleistift und Kreide, unten links signiert und datiert „Kaiser f. 1836", 15 x 21 cm. Ernst Kaiser, geboren in Rain, zeichnet sich durch seine lockere Aquarelltechnik und atmosphärische Licht- und Luftwirkung aus (vgl. auch die Aquarelle in der Staatlichen Graphischen Sammlung in München). Weniger anerkannt als sein Ateliergenosse Heinrich Bürkel starb Kaiser verbittert und fast vergessen in München. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Life of Robert, Lord Clive: Collected from the Family Papers communicated by The Earl of Powis.

      London: John Murray, 1836 - 3 volumes, octavo (209 × 129 mm). Contemporary red straight-grained morocco, titles direct to flat spines, scrolled foliate panels with floral centre-tool to the compartments, attractive seashell and seaweed gilt rolled panel to the boards, edges sprinkled red, marbled endpapers. Housed in red cloth drop-back box, black morocco label to the spine. A little rubbed, all front joints started to various degrees, that of volume I cracked to the cords, but holding, pale toning, the occasional spot of foxing, folding map with a short closed terar, professionally repaired verso, but overall very good, remaining attractive. Engraved portrait frontispiece after Reynolds and a folding map to Volume I. First edition. Official life of Clive of India compiled from original sources by Sir John Malcolm, another great Indian administrator. Ownership inscriptions, "ex dono matris", of Henry Milford of Exeter, who served in the Bengal Civil Service from 1838 to 1840, dying at Meerut aged 20, on 27 December of that year. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Journal d'Odessa année complète 1836

      Odessa 1836 - Odessa, 1835. Hardcover. État : Fine. 2o (35.5 x 24 cm), 418 pp. Compete run of the year 1836 of French version of Odessa official newspaper. It was founded in 1827 and published twice a week in French and twice a week in Russia (under the title "Odesskij vestnik". The paper published local news (especially interesting is statistics), Russian and international news (with emphasis on south-eastern Europe). Very rare. - - - Journal intégralement rédigé en français. Chaque numéro (le journal paressait deux fois la semaine, le mardi et le vendredi) comporte deux parties : Nouvelles de l'intérieur (Russie) et Nouvelles de l'extérieur (Autriche, Angleterre, France, Espagne, etc.). Nos recherches dans les catalogues des bibliothèques institutionnelles ne nous ont pas permis de retrouver ce périodique. En revanche, avec le même titre, est référencé un journal rédigé en français et en russe. Parmi les nouvelles locales figurent des essais concernant l'Histoire du pré-cinéma (Tableaux kinétozographiques p. 43). - - - In-folio - Odessa - 1836 - demi-basane frotté de l'époque - 418 pages, 103 numéros - - - - De 1803 à 1814, Armand du Plessis, duc de Richelieu, fut gouverneur d'Odessa et de Nouvelle Russie. Ayant fui la Révolution française, il servit dans l'armée russe contre les Ottomans. On lui attribue le tracé de la ville et l'organisation de ses aménagements et de ses infrastructures. Il organisa une quarantaine courageuse pendant une épidémie de choléra qui contribua à sa renommée. Il est considéré comme l'un des pères fondateurs de la ville et avait l'amitié d'Alexandre Ier. Il fut ensuite premier ministre de France, au retour de Louis XVIII. Les nouveaux colons venus de Russie intérieure, de Galicie, de Moldavie, de Valachie, de Petite Russie (partie de l'actuelle Ukraine) étaient attirés par l'exemption de taxes les années suivant leur installation. Le duc fit agrandir le port par lequel s'effectuait l'exportation de blé vers Marseille. C'est à son initiative, mais après son départ, que fut fondé le lycée Richelieu, établissement d'élite de la Russie impériale, en 1817. Le comte de Langeron, émigré français est à l'époque maire de la ville. Il crée Le Messager de la Russie méridionale, journal en français lu par l'élite de l'époque. De 1823 à 1824, le poète russe Alexandre Pouchkine y fut envoyé en exil. Dans ses lettres, il écrivit qu'Odessa était une ville où « On peut sentir l'Europe. On y parle français et il y a des journaux et des magazines européens à lire ». [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Musee Royal de Naples, Peintures, Bronzes et Statues Erotiques du Cabinet Secret

      Abel Ledoux, Editeur, Paris 1836 - 4to. 1st edition. Hand colored plates. Top edge gilt. Bumping to corners and edges of boards. Rubbing to joints and raised bands on spine. Sporadic foxing to text. Light dampstaining to bottom edge of several leaves. VG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité sur le vénin de la vipere sur les poisons Americains sur le laurier-cerise et sur quelques autres poisons végétaux. On y a joint des observations sur la structure primitive du corps animal. Différentes expériences sur la reproduction des nerfs et la description d'un nouveau canal de l'oeil.Florence, (without publisher), 1781. 2 volumes. 4to. With 10 engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, gold-tooled spine.

      - Cole library 1836; Garrison, Hist. neurology, pp. 106-107, 124; Sabin 24988. A very good copy of "the starting point of modern investigations of serpent venoms." (Garrison). This work contains many of the outstanding discoveries made by the Italian physiologist and anatomist Felice Fontana (1730-1805), professor at the University of Pisa. It mainly describes experiments on viper venom and other poisons like the poison called ticunas by American Indians, the European cherry laurel tree (Prunus laurocerasus), tobacco oil, etc. Fontana also here for the first time publishes his letter describing "Fontana's canal," an important ophthalmological discovery. The work is also important in the field of neurology, since it contains Fontana's observations on the structure and reproduction of nerves, with the first illustrations ever of nerves as seen with a microscope. Some occasional minor spots, bindings rubbed, both volumes with slightly damaged hinges. Very good set of a very important work on serpent venoms and other poisons.

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        Histoire de Botany-Bay, état présent des colonies pénales de l'Angleterre, dans l'Australie ou examen des effets de la déportation, considérée comme peine et moyen de colonisation

      Paulin 1836 - - Paulin, Paris 1836, 14x22,5cm, relié. - Edition originale. Reliure à la bradel en plein papier rouge, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, date dorée en queue, couvertures conservées comportant des restaurations marginales et des taches, reliure signée de T. Boichot. Bel exemplaire. Ouvrage bien complet de ses 2 planches dépliantes comprenant 4 tableaux. Rousseurs, pâles mouillures sur certains feuillets, ex-dono à la plume sur la page de faux-titre. C'est en 1787 que Botany Bay, sur la côte orientale de l'Australie, fut choisi comme lieu de déportation par l'Angleterre, après que celle-ci eut perdu ses colonies américaines. Le premier convoi de déportés arriva en janvier 1788, marquant ainsi le début de la colonnisation. L'ouvrage contient également des renseignements sur le climat, le commerce et l'admnistration de la nouvelle colonie. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition. Binding to bradel full red paper, back smoothes decorated with nets gilded, golden tail date wrappers preserved and bound in with marginal restorations and stains, binding signed T. Boichot. Work well complete its 2 folding plates with 4 tables. Foxing, pale waterstains on some pages, ex-dono in pen on the half-title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Life of Robert, Lord Clive: Collected from the Family Papers communicated by The Earl of Powis.

      London, John Murray, 1836 - 3 volumes, octavo (213 × 131 mm). Contemporary half calf on drab boards, black morocco labels, flat bands to the spines, ornate foliate panels to the compartments, all edges with an attractive, predominantly brown, marbling, a handsome set on the shelf. Some foxing, endpapers, portrait and prelims, a touch of damp at the tails of the spines, a little rubbed, very good. Engraved portrait frontispiece after Reynolds and a folding map to Volume I. First edition. Official life of Clive of India by Sir John Malcolm, another great Indian administrator. Crested bookplates of John Murray, publisher of the work, to the front pastedowns. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Freiheit in Krähwinkel. Posse mit Gesang in zwei Abtheilungen und 3 Akten. 1. Abtheilung: Die Revolution. 2. Abtheilung: Die Reaktion. Mit drei allegorischen illuminirten Bildern.

      Kl.-8. 120 S. Mit 3 handcolor. Kupferstich-Illustrationen auf gef. Tafeln [nach Aquarellen von Johann Christian Schoeller]. Geschmackvoller, späterer HLnbd. m. goldgepr. Rü.titel und hübschem Buntpapierbezug (unter Beibindung der OHeftumschläge m. schwarzgedr. Titel u. Verlagsanzeigen). Rücken fleckig, Einbd. etw. angeschmutzt, Vorsätze gebräunt, hint. flieg. Vorsatz fehlt, Buchblock unbeschnitten, durchgeh. m. Spuren v. Wassereinwirkung und an der re. unt. Ecke mit Knickspur. Borst 2356, Brieger 1836, Rabenlechner I, 60, WG11. Erste Ausgabe. Krähwinkeliade mit Bezug auf die Revolutionswirren jener Zeit. Die am 1. Juli 1848 am Wr. Carl-Theater uraufgeführte Volkskomödie ist das einzige Stück, das Nestroy nicht unter dem Druck der Zensur geschrieben hat, da es in dem kurzen Zensurfreien Zeitraum (14. März-11. Nov. 1848) verfasst und aufgeführt wurde. Unter großem Jubel wurde das Werk bis zum Ende der Saison 36-mal gespielt. Das Stück verherrlicht die Ideen und Erfolge der Revolution und zeichnet gleichzeitig ein satirisches Bild der kleinsinnigen Nutznießer und engstirnigen Opfer der Revolution. "Am 31. Oktober besetzte die Armee des Fürsten Windischgrätz die Stadt und mit der Herrlichkeit der Freiheit in Krähwinkel war es zu Ende, in den Straßen und auf der Bühne. Es war nur eine Posse gewesen. - Sie hat großen Wert als von Gedanken durchleuchtetes und über sich selbst hinaus deutendes Zeitdokument ... " (Franz H. Mautner, Nestroy, 1978, Ss.298-302). - Die Illustrationen in zeitgenössischem Kolorit zeigen drei Szenenbilder nach Aquarellen von Johann Christian Schoeller (1782-1851) mit Johann Nestroy als Eberhard Ultra.

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        The Traveller's Manual of Conversations in English, German, French and Italian; together with a Copius Vocabulary in those languages; also a Vocabulary and short Questions in the Dutch language with Translations in English and German . Founded upon the works of Boldoni, Mad. de Genlis and others. Nebentitel: Neues Handbuch für Reisende, enthaltend Gespräche und ein Wörterbuch, .

      Koblenz, Baedeker 1836 - 14,7 x 11 cm. 2 nn. Bl. (Neuerscheinungen des Verlags), XX, 352 S. Schmuckloser Ppbd. d. Zt. (stärker berieben u. fleckig). Hinrichsen S 10, Seite 235.- Karl Baedekers erster „bedeutender verlegerischer Wurf" (Hinrichsen Seite 20)! Das Büchlein, mit Titelseiten in englischer und deutscher Sprache und Einbeziehung von niederländischem Material in der ersten Auflage, erwies sich als voller Erfolg für den noch jungen Verleger und bildete die Grundlage für unzählige, später unter dem Titel 'Conversationsbuch für Reisende' erschienene Auflagen. Baedekers Bruder Adolf sorgte über seine Buchhandlung in Rotterdam - das vorliegende Exemplar trägt deren Vignette! - für den Umsatz in Holland. Baedeker selbst nutzte das Erscheinen des Titels für den Einstieg in den englischen Buchmarkt und informierte im Vorwort "the English tourists in the Rhine-provinces, that he is at all times ready to afford any information to those travellers, who do him the honour to visit his establishment".- Trotz (oder gerade wegen?) seiner Beliebtheit haben nur sehr wenige Exemplare der ersten Auflage die Zeiten überdauert. Die erste Auflage von ‚The Traveller's Manual' zählt somit zu den seltensten und begehrtesten Baedeker-Veröffentlichungen.- Minimal braunfleckig, Innendeckel mit zeitgenössischer Buchhandelsvignette des Boek & Kunsthandel Adolf Baedeker in Rotterdam. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed ("Fr. Kalkbrenner"). No place, 8. IV. [1836].

      1836. 8vo. 1 page on bifolium with integral address panel. Asking the music publisher Maurice Schlesinger to send him a copy of "Septuor pour l'Engleterre" as a present for the Austrian Emperor: "Veuillez donner des ordres pour qu'on m'envoie un Ex: du Septuor pour l'Engleterre car le temps presse. L'ouvrage doit paraitre le 1er Mai. Aussitot que le titre sera gravé envoyez moi 1 ex: pour l'Empereur d'Autriche. Fare well [...]". - Address panel slightly torn (not touching text).

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

      Paris, Charles Gosselin, 2° éd, 1836. 1836, 1836, in-4, 2 volumes de I: (4), 394pp. - II: (4), 374pp, 5 pl. dont 2 dépl, demi-chagrin vert à coins, dos à nerfs orné de caissons dorés (Boersch), Seconde edition, augmentée d'une introduction nouvelle (dans laquelle le système pénal de l'Angleterre et de la France sont examinés, et qui formerait à elle seule déjà un bel ouvrage) et d'extraits d'articles émanés de la presse française et étrangère dans lequel cet ouvrage a été l'objet d'un examen (on trouvera ces extraits rassemblés par l'éditeur en fin du second volume). Partis ensemble aux Etats-Unis en 1831 afin d'examiner le système carcéral américain, et surtout le système politique, Beaumont et Tocqueville publient en janvier 1833 leur livre "Du système pénitentiaire aux Etats-Unis et de son application en France". Après la parution de l'ouvrage, Beaumont est relevé de ses fonctions de substitut; Tocqueville se solidarise avec lui et démissionne de son poste de juge suppléant. Peu après, Toqueville rédigera De la démocratie en Amérique, paru en 1835, et qui deviendra un immense succès populaire. En 1841, Tocqueville affirmera dans une lettre que "le premier ouvrage que nous ayons publié en commun M. de Beaumont et moi sur les prisons d'Amérique, a eu pour rédacteur unique M. de Beaumont. Je n'ai fourni que mes observations et quelques notes" (Lettre à R-A. Mignet). Il semble néanmoins avoir rédigé lui-même les notes et études statistiques de l'ouvrage qui reçoit le prix Montyon, décerné par l'Académie française aux ouvrages les plus utiles aux moeurs. Quelques rousseurs, pages 1 à 17 reliées dans le désordre. Bel exemplaire complet de ses 5 planches qui sont dans un état remarquable

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        Taisei meii iko [trans.: Compendium of Articles by renowned Western Doctors]

      Ten woodcuts in the text & one folding woodcut. Eight vols. 8vo, orig. patterned wrappers (some mostly marginal dampstaining; minor worming, sometimes touching the text, carefully repaired), orig. block-printed title labels on upper wrappers, new stitching. Edo & Kyoto: 1836-42. First edition, and a complete run, of the first medical journal published in Japan. It was edited by Genpo Mitsukuri (1799-1863), who studied western medicine in Edo with Udagawa Genshin. After practicing for several years, Mitsukuri became a full-time scholar and translator of Dutch books, including the standard Dutch/Japanese grammar. He was engaged by the government as an interpreter for international negotiations with the Russians in 1853 and 1854 and his translation of a Western work on steam engines was used to build Japan's first steamboat. This is a complete run of "Japan's first medical journal…includes translations of sixteen articles that had been published in the Dutch journal Practisch tijdschrift voor de geneeskunde (1822-1856), edited by Anthonij Moll and Cornelis van Eldik. Udagawa Yoan wrote a preface for the first volume in 1836, and Tsuboi Shindo a preface for the second volume. Ito Genboku, Otsuki Shunsai, Hayashi Dokai, Ogata Koan, and Aoki Kenzo, another student of von Siebold's, all contributed to this journal."-Ann Jannetta, The Vaccinators: Smallpox, Medical Knowledge, and the 'Opening' of Japan. Very good set and rare; WorldCat locates only one copy, at the University of Pittsburgh.

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