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        ALS regarding a Chronometer Recently Acquired to survey boundaries of Maine & the New Republic of Texas, by this early member of the Army Corps of Topographical Engineers.

      Bangor, Maine:. 1838.. Otherwise very good condition. Signed letter from Major James D. Graham, addressed to "House of Wm. Bond & Son, Boston", on letter with the blind stamp "Stationers Hall Washington", dated July 21, 1838, Bangor Maine, regarding chronometers he recently obtained. Graham, an 1817 graduate of West Point, was a prominent topographical engineer. From 1819 to 1821 he served as Lt. and First Assistant on Stephen Long's western expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, on which the topographer William Swift's map was based. The Swift map greatly influenced migration to the west, being one of the most widely available of the early maps of the westward route. He later served as astronomer of the newly created Corps of Topographical Engineers, on the surveys that established the boundary line between the United States & Canada as well as the boundary for the newly formed Republic of Texas (1839 - 1840). He was also the Principal Astronomer and "Head of the Scientific Corps," on the part of the United States, for the joint demarcation of the Boundary between the United States and Mexico, under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1850-51. In 1858-59, he discovered the existence of a lunar tide. In the letter Graham thanks J. Cranch of William Bond & Son of Boston for the chronometer, a "Hatton 564" and notes that the weather has been too cloudy recently for him to make observations with it. He anticipates giving a better account of the chronometer in comparison to the Parkinson & Frodsham (British firm) he already owns, the following month.The House of Representatives document no. 70, dated Feb. 1842 states that 452 transit observations were made "aided by three excellent chronometers, for the determination of the true meridian direction..." Graham refers to to multiple chronometers in his letter- "When I see you in Boston, which will probably be next month, I can give a better account of them all than at present, as I have not yet reduced all the observations made with them." The chronometers mentioned in this letter of 1838 were likely used in the surveying of both borders. The firm of William Bond & Son was established in Boston in 1793 and became one of the best known American chronometer makers; the firm made the first seagoing chronometer during the War of 1812 when the market was dominated by British chronometer makers. Interestingly, the chronometer Graham refers to in the letter to Bond is a British made Hatton model, a firm which made marine chronometers for the East India Company. The Republic existed from April 21, 1836 to February 19, 1846 and was formed by the defeat of Mexico in the Texas Revolution. A commission was established to survey the boundary between the two nations in 1838 but the survey was not completed until June 1841. The joint boundary commission included two U.S. Army surveyors- Major J. D. Graham & Lieutenant Thomas Lee, and a civilian civil engineer named G. G. Meade (who later commanded the Army of the Potomac at the battle of Gettysburg.) Its boundaries encompassed an area that included all of the present day state of Texas, as well as parts of present day New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming. Traces of repairs on verso of right edge with old sticky tape; closed tear through last name only of signature.8 x 10".

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        MO-HON-GO /OSAGE WOMAN. from History of the Indian Tribes of North America. (First edition)

      Philadelphia: [F.W. Greenough.] 1838 - Original coloured lithograph printed by C. Hullman. 19 x 12.75 inch sheet size. Time staining; white printer's ink on the cheek and dress.On stone by J.W. GeourInscriptionMO-HON-GO /OSAGE WOMAN.BEFORE the later publishing inscriptions.

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        MO-HON-GO /OSAGE WOMAN. from History of the Indian Tribes of North America. (First edition)

      Philadelphia: [F.W. Greenough, 1838.]. Original coloured lithograph printed by C. Hullman. 19 x 12.75 inch sheet size. Time staining; white printer's ink on the cheek and dress. On stone by J.W. Geour Inscription MO-HON-GO /OSAGE WOMAN. BEFORE the later publishing inscriptions.

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        SHA-HA-KA / A MANDAN CHIEF. from History of the Indian Tribes of North America. (First edition)

      Philadelphia: [F.W. Greenough.] 1838 - Original coloured lithograph. 19 x 12.75 inch sheet size. Time staining.Lower center: SHA-HA-KA / A MANDAN CHIEF.BEFORE the later publishing inscriptions: [BY F. W. GREENOUGH, PHILAD.A / Drawn Printed & Coloured at I. T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment No. 94 Walnut St: / Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1838 by F. W. Greenough, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Penn.a ]Alfred M. Hoffy (American, 1790-1860), After Charles Bird King (American, 1785-1862), Printer John T. Bowen Lithography, Philadelphia (American, about 1834-1844), Publisher Frederick W. Greenough (American, active in Philadelphia)

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        PEAH-MUS-KA / A MUSQUAKEE CHIEF. from History of the Indian Tribes of North America. (First edition)

      Philadelphia: [F.W. Greenough, 1838.]. Original coloured lithograph. 19 x 12.75 inch sheet size. Time staining. PEAH-MUS-KA / A MUSQUAKEE CHIEF. BEFORE the later publishing inscriptions: [BY F. W. GREENOUGH, PHILAD.A / Drawn Printed & Coloured at I. T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment N.o 94 Walnut St: / Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1838 by F. W. Greenough, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Penn.a ] History of the Indian Tribes of North America: Naw-Kaw. A Winnebago Chief. Alfred M. Hoffy (American, 1790-1860), After Charles Bird King (American, 1785-1862), Printer John T. Bowen Lithography, Philadelphia (American, about 1834-1844), Publisher Frederick W. Greenough (American, active in Philadelphia)

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        The Poetical Works, selected by himself. 10 volumes complate.

      London; Longman Orme Brown Green & Longmans 1838 - Ten volumes, small 8vo, contemporary full tan calf, the boards with elaborate gilt decoration with lyre at centre, the spines with blind decorated, broad raised bands, two green lettering pieces, the remaining compartments gilt panelled and decorated, text block edges marbled, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers; large, vulgar, owner's label on all front free endpapers. All volumes have slightly foxed engraved tissue-guarded frontispiece and engraved title-page. Spines slightly faded in parts, else a handsomely decorated, sound, set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tratado de amistad y alianza entre los estados de Guatemala y Los Altos.

      Ten-article treaty of peace and friendship between Guatemala and the newly created nation of Los Altos. It achieved independence from Guatemala officially on 2 February 1838. This treaty is dated 18 December of the same year. The state of Los Altos came into being because of political differences and tensions between Guatemala City and Quetzaltenango and other parts of western Central America. No copy traced via WorldCat, COPAC, CCILA, or METABASE; there is no OPAC at the Biblioteca Nacional de Guatemala to be searched. However, we know of a copy at Tulane University.

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        Specimen zoophytologiae diluvianae. Auctore Ioanne Michelotti I. U. D.

      did. heredes Seb. Botta, Torino 1838 - In 8, pp. (4) + 228 + (12) con 7 tavv. f. t. in lit. Cart. coeva rossa a imitazione marocchino con bordo oro ai piatti. Piccola manc. alla cuffia sup. e consunzione agli ang. Nel complesso ottima copia. Edizione originale della prima opera scritta da questo geologo e paleontologo piemontese che, sebbene di formazione giuridica, fu tra i primi studiosi della fauna terziaria piemontese e del nord Italia. Dedica al Marchese Agostino Lascaris. Importante opera che classifica centinaia di madrepore, coralli, milleporidae ec. Sacco, Bibl. bacino terziario, 94. ITA

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        L'Enragé Musicien. Lithograph by Bourdin after Robert William Buss including a trombonist, double bass, music stand, etc., with a portrait of Handel ("Gorge Hanel") above the mantle looking askance at the theatrical parlour scene unfolding before him, the clock reading 2:30 a.m.

      Aubert et Cie, 1838. Bibliothèque Nationale: Inventaire du Fonds Français Après 1800 III, p. 269. Buss (1804-75) was a Victorian artist, etcher, and illustrator, perhaps best-known for his painting "Dickens' Dream." He specialized in painting theatrical portratis at the start of his career, with many of the leading actors of the day sitting for him, including William Charles Macready and John Pritt Harley. Wikipedia.. Sheet size ca. 213 x 278 mm., image size ca. 174 x 323 mm. On white wove paper. Published in the Revue des Peintres, 234. Slightly worn and browned; minor chips to edges; trimmed at margins slightly affecting titling.

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        History of Pennsylvania Hall, which was Destroyed by a Mob on the 17th of May, 1838

      Philadelphia: Merrihew and Gunn. 1838. First. First edition. Octavo. 200pp. Color frontispiece, plus two plates (one by John Sartain), errata slip. Publisher's unusual star and dot diagonal fine grain light brown cloth, stamped in gilt on the front board. Scattered foxing and light dampstaining throughout, else a handsome, very good or better copy. Pennsylvania Hall was built by the abolitionist community, and was quickly burned by a mob. Includes remarks by William Lloyd Garrison, Theodore Weld, Angelina Grimke Weld, Abby Kelly, etc. Copies of the plates were offered for sale at the end of the book at the Anti-Slavery Office. A handsome copy. Howes W189. .

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        Histoire des Phlegmasies ou Inflammations Chroniques - 3 Tomes (premier, second, troisième) - Fondée sur de nouvelles observations de clinique et d'anatomie pathologique.

      Méquignon-Marvis Père et Fils. 1838 - 318+649+491pp. Etat Correct / Ancien -Couvertures et Dos défraichies (usures, Etat Correct / Ancien -Couvertures et Dos défraichies (usures, pliures, petites déchirures dos -coiffes et couvertures, insolés) voir photos -Intérieur: Bien, propre, rares rousseurs, gondolés. Ok Lecture, complet. Ouvrage présentant un tableau raisonné des variétés et des combinaisons diverses de ces maladies, avec leurs différentes méthodes de traitement. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        WA-NA-TA / GRAND CHIEF OF THE SIOUX. from History of the Indian Tribes of North America. (First edition)

      Philadelphia: [F.W. Greenough, 1838.]. Original coloured lithograph. 19 x 12.75 inch sheet size. Time staining and background spotting. Lower center: WA-NA-TA / GRAND CHIEF OF THE SIOUX. BEFORE the later publishing inscriptions: [BY F. W. GREENOUGH, PHILAD.A / Drawn Printed & Coloured at I. T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment No. 94 Walnut St: / Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1838 by F. W. Greenough, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Penn.a ] Alfred M. Hoffy (American, 1790-1860), After Charles Bird King (American, 1785-1862), Printer John T. Bowen Lithography, Philadelphia (American, about 1834-1844), Publisher Frederick W. Greenough (American, active in Philadelphia)

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        Blake's Illustrations of Dante. Plate 4: "Circle of Thieves. Agnolo Brunelleschi Attacked by a six-footed serpent".

      - London: 1838 or ca. 1892. Large folio, fine, clear uniform impression on India paper, mounted on wove paper. Incomplete at the time of his death, Blake's illustrations for the Divine Comedy, commissioned by John Linnell, are some of his finest and most affecting inventions. From 102 illustrations, ranging from pencil sketches to finished watercolours, Blake made seven engravings, also left incomplete. This is the first or second impression of the plate; the two are indistinguishable. Bentley, Blake Books, 448D. Bindman, Complete Graphic Works of Blake, 647?653. Essick, "The Printings of William Blake's Dante Engravings," Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, Fall 1990.

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        Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress. By "Boz.

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1838. 3 volumes, octavo (196 × 116 mm). Late 19th century half calf, richly gilt spines, pale brown and dark brown morocco twin labels, marbled sides, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. 24 etched plates by George Cruikshank including the "Fireside" plate (facing p. 313 in vol. III). Stain on front cover of volume III, plates quite heavily browned, old repairs to marginal tears at I8 in volume I, B12 and C12 in volume III; with the half-titles to volumes I and II (not called-for in volume III), without the preliminary advertisement leaf in volume III. A good tall set in an attractive binding. First edition, first issue, with the "Boz" title pages and the "Fireside" plate. Bentley rushed out Oliver Twist in book form before serialization was complete, forcing Cruikshank to hurry the last few plates. Dickens disliked the final "Fireside" plate and asked Cruikshank for a new design, the "Church" plate. He also decided that he no longer wished to be styled "Boz". The first issue, as here, was published on 9 November; the second, with cancel titles, omitting the sub-title and giving Dickens's name as the author, and with the "Church" plate at the end, was issued on 16 November. Cruikshank's illustrations are among the most iconic in all of British book illustration, described by Gordon Ray as "simply incomparable" (The Illustrator and the Book in England from 1790 to 1914, 116).

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        L'Emipre Japonais. Pays, peuple, histoire.Geneve, Atsume Gusa, 1881. With 20 plates (12 chromolithographs, 2 lithographs, 6 photogravures), 5 folding maps (chromolithographs) and numerous woodengravings in text. Original printed paper wrappers, in green cloth slipcase.

      Cordier, Japonica, col. 685; Wenckstern I, 7. Second edition, in the original French, of a history of Japan by the Russian geographer Léon Metchnikoff (1838-1888). Metchnikoff lived in Japan for a few years, where he set up a Russian language school. This work is divided into three parts: the land, the people and the history, covering almost every aspect of the Japanese culture, including religion, architecture and way of dress, but also other aspects like geography and fauna. One of Metchnikoff's main contributions is to consider the Meiji period as a revolution, and not as a mere restoration period. The plates show portraits, costumes, temples and more.Untrimmed and mostly unopened, in very good condition. Paper wrappers discoloured, green slipcase in good condition.

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM JOSEPH THING ON THE OREGON COAST, TO BOSTON MERCHANTS WILLIAM TUCKER & SON, RELATING HIS PLANS TO RETURN EAST].

      At the Mouth of the Columbia River. February 12, 1838. - [1]p. autograph letter, signed, on a 10 x 8 inch sheet. Docketed in manuscript on the verso. One-inch tear in left edge, with loss of paper but no loss of text. Two other closed tears, not affecting text. Very good and easily legible. An early letter from the Oregon coast, written by a pioneer who travelled there with Nathaniel Wyeth in 1834. Joseph Thing was second in command on Wyeth's 1834 expedition, and apparently spent much more time in the Columbia River region than many of his cohorts, Wyeth included. By early 1838 Thing had secured passage East on the Hudson's Bay Company ship, Nereide, but his return was delayed when the ship's captain, David Home, and four others were drowned in the Columbia River. Thing writes: "This is mearly to let you know that I am detained here mutch longer than it was intended by the agent of the H.B. Co. or my wishes in consequence of the death of Capt. Home who commanded this ship and was drown on the 26 of last month with four of his men by capsizing the ships long boat in a squall in crossing the river. This has been a tardy trip one delay after an other it seems as if we shall never git clear of this port. I am quite out of patients & all most made up my mind to turn back a crost the Mountains." Thing goes on to write that he expects to depart by sea on another ship as soon as they have a "fair wind," and that he is sending this letter to Boston by express across Canada. An early letter from the Oregon coast, written by a notable pioneer.

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        [AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM JOSEPH THING ON THE OREGON COAST, TO BOSTON MERCHANTS WILLIAM TUCKER & SON, RELATING HIS PLANS TO RETURN EAST]

      At the Mouth of the Columbia River, 1838. One-inch tear in left edge, with loss of paper but no loss of text. Two other closed tears, not affecting text. Very good and easily legible. An early letter from the Oregon coast, written by a pioneer who travelled there with Nathaniel Wyeth in 1834. Joseph Thing was second in command on Wyeth's 1834 expedition, and apparently spent much more time in the Columbia River region than many of his cohorts, Wyeth included. By early 1838, Thing had secured passage eastward on the Hudson's Bay Company ship, Nereide, but his return was delayed when the ship's captain, David Home, and four others were drowned in the Columbia River. Thing writes: "This is mearly to let you know that I am detained here mutch longer than it was intended by the agent of the H.B. Co. or my wishes in consequence of the death of Capt. Home who commanded this ship and was drown on the 26 of last month with four of his men by capsizing the ships long boat in a squall in crossing the river. This has been a tardy trip one delay after an other it seems as if we shall never git clear of this port. I am quite out of patients & all most made up my mind to turn back a crost the Mountains." Thing goes on to write that he expects to depart by sea on another ship as soon as they have a "fair wind," and that he is sending this letter to Boston by express across Canada.

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        VIEWS IN INDIA: Chiefly Among the Himalaya Mountains

      London [1838] Fisher. Green gilt-stamped leather, very good,. small folio, 94p., frontispiece, 37 fine engravings, some. minor foxing, all edges gilt, vignette, small folio, 25 x 31. cm. R A R E. A BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED EARLY RESOURCE Excellent illustrations accompany the well-written descrip- tions of the journey. Includes images of the entrance to the Keeree pass, the Ganges entering the plains near Hurdwar, the village of Naree, crossing the river Tonse by a Jhoola, the village of Koghera, &c. A beautifully illustrated work, edited by Emma Roberts. The National Union Catalog locates only one copy in the Library of Congress. A prize piece for any collector. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Paul et Virginie et la chaumière indienne.

      Paris - L. Curmer, 25 Rue sainte-anne 1838 - Exempl. in einem guten Gesamtzust., geringe Mängel und Gebrauchsspuren möglich.Einband etwas berieben und an Ecken und Kanten etwas bestoßen. Vorderer Buchdeckel etwas beschädigt. Leichte Kratzer im vergoldetem Schnitt. Innen Seiten etwas fleckig. Altersgemäß sehr schön erhaltenes Exemplar. 458 S. Französisch 1780g Lex .8° - Lexikonformat (entspricht 25 - 30 cm) Halbledereinband

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        Sketches of Young Ladies. By "Quiz" with six Illustrations by "Phiz". + Sketches of Young Gentlemen. Dedicated to the Young Ladies. With six Illustrations by "Phiz". Fifth edition. + Sketches of Young Couples. With six Illustrations by "Phiz".

      Loindon, Chapman and Hall, (1838-40). 12mo. VIII, 80 pp. & 6 plates + VIII, 76, (4=advertisement) & 6 plates + 92, (4=advertisement) pp. & 6 plates. Three titles in a beautiful contemporary binding by Zaehnsdorf (signed). Full morocco with five raised bands, green and black title labels, exquisite gold decorated spine and inner dentelles. Upper edge in gilt, front and lower uncut. The rare wrappers are preserved. Binding showing some wear to spine and joints, the boards with slight shelf wear. A very nice copy.. Please notify us if more pictures are needed. Eckel p. 104 & 106

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        Ordenanza y reglamento de Indias del Cuerpo de Artillería para sus diferentes ramos de tropa, cuenta y razón y fábricas

      Mexico: Oficina de J. M. F. de Lara, 1838. First Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. Two volumes. [1]-433, [blank], [v], [5 blanks], [i], [blank], 1-238 (sic, 326), [iii], [blank]. Both volumes with separate title pages. A Mexican edition of Ordenanza dividida en catorce reglamentos que S.M. manda observar en el Real Cuerpo de Artillería para sus diferentes ramos de tropa, cuenta y razon y fabricas (Madrid 1802) and Reglamientos primero y segundo del real cuerpo de artilleria para los dominos de Indias y Canarias (Madrid 1808). This second work has a separate half-title, on page 65 of volume II. A rather curious and, one suspects, hurriedly published code of regulations for the artillery units of the Mexican Army. This book was issued just after Texas won its fight for Independence, with the rather rag-tag army under Sam Houston defeating Mexican general Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto. These regulations were still in force when the Mexican American War broke out a dozen years later, in 1848. This collection adds a chapter XIV on military courts, which was not in the original Spanish edition, but was adopted soon after its publication. There are also periodic additions and subtractions of subsections. Reading the regulations, for the Mexican officers it was intended for, must have been rather odd, as the text frequently defers to the King of Spain, who hadn't ruled over Mexico for more than a decade; it also offers regulations for saltpeter mines in Zaragoza, Spain, and for soldiers serving in Cuba, the Canary Islands, and the Philippines. Given how much of the text was clearly no applicable to the Mexican military of the Mexican-American War era, one wonders how officers knew which regs to follow at all. First edition. An attractive copy in period tree calf. Some foxing and browning to a few pages, but generally very nice. With the blindstamp of Romualdo B. Sanchez, a Mexican officer of the late 19th century.

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        Oeuvres:) Du Pape. 2 volumi - Considérations sur la France. -Principe générateur de Constitutions Politiques. - Les Soirées de St.Petersbourg. -

      Examen de la Philosophie de Bacon. - De l'Eglise Gallicane. - Les Délais de la Justice Divine. - Lettres sur l'Inquisition Espagnole. - LYON, Pélagaud, 1830 a 1838, - 9 volumi in-8, bella legatura coeva piena pelle marbrée, dorsi ornati e con titoli oro, tagli mamorizzati. In edizione originale l'Examen de la Philosophie de Bacon. Importante raccolta postuma che permette una visione d'insieme della teorizzazione del pensiero controrivoluzionario del De Maistre, celebre scrittore e filosofo savoiardo (1745-1821). Come afferma nella sua opera Del Papa, edita per la prima volta nel 1819, solo la Chiesa cattolica e la figura papale sono in grado di poter garantire l'ordine sociale. Per le sue riflessioni è considerato il massimo teorico del pensiero politico e filosofico della Restaurazione. Ottimo esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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