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        Ueber Schleim- und Eiterbildung und ihr Verhältnis zur Oberhaut (pp.3-62, 1 Tafel).

      . Journ. pract. Heilk., 86/4-6. - Berlin, G.Reimer, April, Mai und Junius 1838, Kl.8°, 128; 136, 132 pp., 4 lith. Taf., feiner Pappband.. Erstdruck des ersten eigenständigen Werkes der Dermatohistopathologie! - - Seine Epithelstudien weckten Henles Interesse an der Haut. Am 16. Februar 1838 hielt er einen Vortrag vor Hufelands Medizinisch-Chirurgischer Gesellschaft, der den Titel "Ueber Schleim- und Eiterbildung und ihr Verhältnis zur Oberhaut trug"." Der Vortrag wurde bereits im Mai 1838 in Hufelands Journal der praktischen Heilkund, 86.Bd/5.Heft veröffentlicht und wurde zeitnah besonders abgedruckt. "Ein Jahr vor der Begründung der Zelllehre durch Theodor Schwann geschrieben, enthielt dieses" erste eigenständige Werk "in der Geschichte der Dermatohistopathologie eine Reihe von Fehlern eine Reihe von Fehlern. Zum Beispiel konnte Henle Eiterkörperchen noch nicht von abgelösten Epithelzellen unterscheiden und kam zum Schluss, die Eiterkörperchen für kranke Epithelzellen, Eiterung für pathologische Oberhautbildung zu halten. Viele andere Beobachtungen Henles waren jedoch zutreffend und oftmals ihrer Zeit weit voraus. Zum Beispiel benutzte Henle durchweg den Begriff Zelle. In Bezug auf die Epidermis erklärte er, 'daß man bei der entschiedenen Form und konstanten Verschiedenheit der Epitheliumzellen die Oberhaut nicht mehr als ein unorganisirtes Produkt der Absonderung, als verhärteten Schleim oder dergleichen betrachten dürfe',... 'daß die Zellen sich auf eigenthümliche und selbständige Weise entwickeln, indem nicht nur sie selbst an Größe zunehmen,... sondern auch der Kern in ihrem Innern an Größe allmählig wächst, dabei blasser wird, dann sich abplattet, bis er in den äußersten Zellen der Epidermis zuletzt fast verschwindet. Henle erwähnte auch, dass in Fällen, wo die Oberhaut abfällt, ehe sie ihre volle Entwicklung erreicht hat, ... die Elemente dieser Schuppen ... nicht so dünn, so vertrocknet, wie sonst die der Oberhaut seien, sondern platt, groß, mit deutlichem Kern'. Dies war die erste Schilderung der Parakeratose. ...."Wolfgang Weyers, Pantheon der Dermatologie, Hrsg. Löser & Plewig, (2008), pp.437-442

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        Kelso: The Services and Sermons of The North Parish Church, And The Ordination and Introduction of The Rev. Horatius Bonar, The First Minister; With An Introductory Notice by the Rev. J.M. McCulloch

      Privately Published, 1838, Black cloth with gilt design, Book Condition: Very goodVery scarce book. 152 pages in very good condition with just an occasional mark. Black cloth covers with gilt design. "Bound by Remnant & Edmonds". There's a signature on the first page and an inscription opposite the title page. There is a loose picture of Kelso Parish Church but I don't know if this is a loose page from the book or just something that someone has inserted. This single "page" has foxing on both sides and doesn't have the same feel as the rest of the book. Overall an incredibly scarce book in very good condition. ****Price includes UK P&P**** For overseas orders please email me.

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        Physiologisch - pathologische Untersuchungen über Eiter, Eiterung und die damit verwandten Vorgänge. Eine nach fremden und eigenen Forschungen bearbeitete Monographie. Mit einem ... Vorworte von Rudolph Wagner.

      . Erlangen, Verlag von J.J. Palm & Ernst Enke, 1838, 8°, XXIV, 238, (2) pp., mit einer Kupfertafel mit 8 von Julius Vogel gezeichneten Figuren, Pappband der Zeit; feines Exemplar aus dem Vorbesitz von "Dr. V. Bruns.". Selten -Erste und einzige Ausgabe! - - "Eine wichtige Stelle muß in der Zukunft die Combination chemischer und mikroskopischer Untersuchungen in der organischen Naturlehre und der Pathologie einnehmen. " Rudolph Wagner, Vorwort - - Julius Vogel (1814-1880) - "Von ungleich größerer Bedeutung für die Begründung einer systematischen Histopathologie ist das Werk von Julius Vogel, ..."< - - "In Wunsiedel (Oberfranken) geboren, wird Vogel zunächst Kaufmann, fasst dann aber den Entschluss, Medizin zu studieren. 1838 promoviert er in München. In Erlangen Assistent der Poliklinik, wird Rudolf Wagner sein Lehrer und Förderer. Unter Wagners Anleitung erweitert er seine Dissertation zu einem größeren Werk Physiologisch-pathologische Untersuchungen über den Eiter. Mit Hilfe eines Reisestipendiums der Bayerischen Regierung besucht er mehrere Medizinische Fakultäten in Deutschland und verbringt ein halbes Jahr in Paris, wobei er vor allem von Ricord und Andral gefördert wird. 1840 habilitiert sich Vogel in München, 1842 wird er auf Betreiben seines früheren Erlanger Lehrers Wagner, der seit 2 Jahren als Physiologe in Göttingen lehrt, als a.o. Professor für pathologische Anatomie und als Subdirektor des Physiologischen Institutes nach Göttingen berufen. Vogel tritt damit die Nachfolge von Bernhard Langenbeck (1810-1887) an, der 1841 als Chirurg nach Kiel berufen worden war." - - "1846 wird Julius Vogel als o. Professor der Medizin, insbesondere der Pathologie und Therapie, nach Gießen berufen und zum Direktor der Medizinischen Klinik bestellt. 1855 folgt Vogel einem Ruf nach Halle, legt dort aber nach einigen Jahren die Direktion der Klinik nieder, um 1861 die dort neu eingerichtete o Professur der pathologischen Anatomie zu übernehmen. Zunehmend durch ein Herzleiden in seiner Arbeit behindert, tritt er 1873 die Institutsleitung an Theodor Ackermann (1825-1896) ab, der aus Rostock berufen worden war. 1880 verstirbt Vogel plötzlich durch Herzruptur." Dhom, p.89 - - see - Steven I. Hajdu, The First Cellular Pathologists. Ann Clin Lab Sci, 34/4 (2004), pp. 481-483

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        Gesamtans., "Cochem".

      . kol. Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Stanfield, 1838, 39 x 27,5 (H).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        The works of William Paley : D. D. in five volumes / with notes and illustrations by James Paxton [ complete in 5 volumes ]

      Oxford : Printed by J. Vincent, for Thomas Tegg and Son, London, 1838, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, New EditionVery good copies in the original gilt-blocked, dark blue embossed cloth. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dust-toned and rubbed as with age. Some staining to front boards. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. From the library of Agnes Wilde with her bookplate attached to the front pastedown of each volume. Some pages unopened throughout, particularly in volume 1. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Physical desc. : 5 v : (xxiv, 428p. Xix, 531p. Vi, 442p. Xvi, 441p. Iv, 407p. ) : plates (vol.4) ; 23 cm. Subjects: William Paley, (1743-1805) - Church of England - Collected works. Theology - 18th century. Natural theology - Science - 18th century. Contents: Vol. 1 is entitled 'Evidences of Christianity', and contains a biographical sketch of William Paley. Vol. 2 covers moral and political philosophy. Vol. 3 includes a study of St. Paul's Epistles, and a section entitled 'The clergyman's companion in visiting the sick'. Vol. 4 covers natural theology (science) and includes 31 plates. Vol. 5 features a selection of William Paley's sermons on a range of subjects.

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        Traite pratique des maladies veneriennes.

      Rouvier., Paris 1838 - Ricord, Philippe (1800-1889). Traite pratique des maladies veneriennes. . . . 8vo. [4], 808pp. Paris: Rouvier & Le Bouvier, 1838. 226 x 142 mm. (uncut). Modern quarter morocco, marbled boards in period style; original printed wrappers bound in. Light foxing, but very good. First Edition. Garrison-Morton 2381 & 5202. Ricord re-established the specific character of syphilis (after his predecessors John Hunter and J.-F. Hernandez), distinguishing it from gonorrhea and other venereal diseases. He divided syphilis into primary, secondary and tertiary stages, described vaginal, uterine and urethral chancres, and showed that patients with syphilis were resistant to re-infection. Quetel, History of Syphilis, pp. 109-12. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Histoire Du Christianisme Et De La Societe Chretienne: Complete in Four Volumes

      Firmin Didot Freres, Paris 1838 - Pp. 496, 482, 413, 524. Minor staining to the terminal margins of volumes 1 & 3. Sumptuously and uniformly bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands. Title gilt-blocked with matching volume indications. Scans and additional bibliographical detail on request. 5 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Narrative Of An Expedition In H.M.S. Terror, Undertaken With A View To Geographical Discovery On The Arctic Shores, In The Years 1836-7. Illustrated By A Map And Plates.

      London, John Murray, MDCCCXXXVIII (1838).. First Edition; 8vo; pp. viii, 456; marbled endpapers, b/w frontispiece, 10 pages of b/w plates, 1 fold out map, appendix; original half leather binding with marbled boards, title in gilt lettering on red backing, raised bands, gilt decoration to spine, board edges worn with scuffing to marbled boards, page edges marbled, bookplate to front free endpaper, foxing to first few pages at rear and front, still a good copy.

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        Die Inspection Freiberg als dritte Abtheilung von Sachsens Kirchen-Galerie. 2. Band, Lieferungen 38 - 70 separat.

      Dresden: Hermann Schmidt, 1838. - FL6300 4°. Brauner Halblederband der Zeit mit einem goldgeprägten Rückentitel auf einem grünen Rückenschild und einem grünen Dreiseitenschnitt. Seiten 149-208 (zweispaltig gesetzt) mit insgesamt 64 einfarbigen Tafeln sowie einer mehrfach gefalteten Tafel mit 9 einfarbigen Abbildungen von 'Freiberg und seinen Kirchen'. Der Einband ist minimal berieben und bestoßen. Die Seiten und die Tafeln sind minimal braunfleckig. Auf dem Titelblatt befindet sich eine Vorbesitzersignatur in Tinte. Collationiertes, gutes Exemplar. 1150

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung Carl Wegner]
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        Gebirgsschütze bei Tegernsee. Ganzfigur nach halbrechts.

      . Miniaturmalerei in Grau auf Vogelfeder, dat. 1838, 10 x 3,5 cm.. Sehr detaillierte Malerei auf einer Entenfeder. Gerahmt. - Von größter Seltenheit!

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Gebirgsschütze bei Tegernsee. Ganzfigur nach halblinks mit Gewehr.

      . Miniaturmalerei in Grau auf Entenfeder, um 1838, 9 x 3,5 cm.. Sehr detaillierte Malerei auf einer Entenfeder. Gerahmt. - Von größter Seltenheit!

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        Paddy-Carr, Creek Interpreter

      Philadelphia: F. W. Greenough, 1838. Hand-coloured lithograph by J. T. Bowen. Excellent condition. A fine image from McKenney and Hall&#39;s &#39;Indian Tribes of North America&#39;: `One of the most important [works] ever published on the American Indians&#39; (Field),` a landmark in American culture&#39; (Horan) and an invaluable contemporary record of a vanished way of life. The son of a Creek mother and the Irish trader Tom Carr, Paddy Carr (1808 - c. 1840) is one of the most interesting figures in the Muskogee (Creeks is a white man&#39;s designation) history of the pre-Civil War era. He was raised as an orphan in the household of the Creek Indian Agent John Crowell, where he became fluent in English. At nineteen, he went as chief interpreter for the Creek delegation to Washington in 1826 to dispute the Indian Springs Treaty. Both his interpretive and diplomatic skills helped bring about the invalidation of Indian Springs and creation of a new Treaty of Washington, by which the Creeks were permitted to retain a portion of their land on the Alabama-Georgia border. Having inherited a significant amount of land through marriage, Paddy Carr became a successful planter and trader, and a slave owner. In 1836, (when McKenney was beginning publication) he was a owner of a large plantation with a mansion, three attractive wives (one the daughter of William McIntosh) and perhaps 80 slaves. He also kept a stable of fine racehorses. A semi-accepted member of Alabama society, he was second in command of an mercenary Creek militia of 500 to 800 that fought with the U. S. Army in the Second Seminole War in 1836. Despite this service, he was soon compelled to leave the Chattahoochee Valley and go to Oklahoma in 1837, with the rest of the Creeks. His large household of wives, children and slaves made theno mention has been found regarding the racehorses. His beautiful mansion was confiscated. McKenney and Hall&#39;s &#39;Indian Tribes of North America&#39; has long been renowned for its faithful portraits of Native Americans. The portraits are largely based on paintings by the artist Charles Bird King, who was employed by the War Department to paint the Indian delegates visiting Washington D.C., forming the basis of the War Department&#39;s Indian Gallery. Most of King&#39;s original paintings were subsequently destroyed in a fire at the Smithsonian, and their appearance in McKenney and Hall&#39;s magnificent work is thus our only record of the likenesses of many of the most prominent Indian leaders of the nineteenth century. Numbered among King&#39;s sitters were Sequoyah, Red Jacket, Major Ridge, Cornplanter, and Osceola. After six years as Superintendent of Indian Trade, Thomas McKenney had become concerned for the survival of the Western tribes. He had observed unscrupulous individuals taking advantage of the Native Americans for profit, and his vocal warnings about their future prompted his appointment by President Monroe to the Office of Indian Affairs. As first director, McKenney was to improve the administration of Indian programs in various government offices. His first trip was during the summer of 1826 to the Lake Superior area for a treaty with the Chippewa, opening mineral rights on their land. In 1827, he journeyed west again for a treaty with the Chippewa, Menominee , and Winebago in the present state of Michigan. His journeys provided an unparalleled opportunity to become acquainted with Native American tribes. When President Jackson dismissed him from his government post in 1830, McKenney was able to turn more of his attention to his publishing project. Within a few years, he was joined by James Hall, a lawyer who had written extensively about the west. McKenney and Hall saw their work as a way of preserving an accurate visual record of a rapidly disappearing culture. (Gilreath). Cf. BAL 6934; cf. Bennett p.79; cf. Field 992; cf. Howes M129; cf. Lipperhiede Mc4; cf. Reese, American Color Plate Books 24; Sabin 43410a.

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        Florida

      Massachusetts 1838 - This map depicts Florida 10 years before it became a state and was issued during the Seminole war of 1835 between the U.S. and Native Americans. It depicts tribal locations and also rivers, swamps, lakes, and towns., Size : 360x290 (mm), 14.125x11.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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        Timpoochee Barnard, an Uchee Warrior

      Philadelphia: F.W. Greenough, 1838. Lithograph "Drawn Printed and Coloured at J.T. Bowen&#39;s Lithographic Establishment", after a C.B.King portrait painted in 1825. In excellent condition. A fine image from McKenney and Hall&#39;s &#39;Indian Tribes of North America&#39;. A venerated Yuchi chief, Timpoochee Barnard had a Scotish father and Yuchi mother. He was a commissioned major who valiantly fought under General Jackson against the Creeks in the 1814 Battle of Callabee Creek.. Major Barnard&#39;s distinguished military career continued with his gallant participation in the 1818 Seminole War and the battle at Econaffinnah or Natural Bridge of the same year. After travelling to Washington to contest the Indian Springs Treaty of 1825, he settled near Fort Mitchell, where he remained until his death. Of Timpoochee, President Jackson once remarked to his son, "A braver man than your father never lived." Also known as the Choya&#39;ha or Tsoya&#39;ha, meaning &#39;children of the sun&#39;, the Yuchi tribe inhabited the Southeastern region of the United States. They had been practically eliminated by the Creeks and Cherokees and lived uneasily in their midst. McKenney and Hall&#39;s &#39;Indian Tribes of North America&#39; has long been renowned for its faithful portraits of Native Americans. The portraits are largely based on paintings by the artist Charles Bird King, who was employed by the War Department to paint the Indian delegates visiting Washington D.C., forming the basis of the War Department&#39;s Indian Gallery. Most of King&#39;s original paintings were subsequently destroyed in a fire at the Smithsonian, and their appearance in McKenney and Hall&#39;s magnificent work is thus our only record of the likenesses of many of the most prominent Indian leaders of the nineteenth century. Numbered among King&#39;s sitters were Sequoyah, Red Jacket, Major Ridge, Keokuk, and Black Hawk. After six years as Superintendent of Indian Trade, Thomas McKenney had become concerned for the survival of the Western tribes. He had observed unscrupulous individuals taking advantage of the Native Americans for profit, and his vocal warnings about their future prompted his appointment by President Monroe to the Office of Indian Affairs. As first director, McKenney was to improve the administration of Indian programs in various government offices. His first trip was during the summer of 1826 to the Lake Superior area for a treaty with the Chippewa, opening mineral rights on their land. In 1827, he journeyed west again for a treaty with the Chippewa, Menominee , and Winebago in the present state of Michigan. His journeys provided an unparalleled opportunity to become acquainted with Native American tribes. When President Jackson dismissed him from his government post in 1830, McKenney was able to turn more of his attention to his publishing project. Within a few years, he was joined by James Hall, a lawyer who had written extensively about the west. McKenney and Hall saw their work as a way of preserving an accurate visual record of a rapidly disappearing culture. (Gilreath). Cf. BAL 6934; cf. Bennett p.79; cf. Field 992; cf. Howes M129; cf. Lipperhiede Mc4; cf. Reese, Stamped With A National Character p. 24; Sabin 43410a; Horan 344; Johansen & Gringe, 24.

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        "Entrance gate, & church of St. Martin, Cologne".

      1838. Lithographie mit Tonplatte und Weißhöhung von A. Picken bei Stanfield, 1838. 27,9 x 39,6 cm.. Schöne Ansicht von Groß St. Martin, im Vordergrund das Bollwerkstor, mit Figurenstaffage, Wagen und Booten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        The Beauties of the Bosphorus, in 2 Volumes

      , London: Published by George Virtue, , 1838 , 2 uniform volumes, pages 1-78 & 79-164, publisher&#39;s catalogue at the rear of vol II [2], with 80 plates including frontispiece and vignette title page, collated, complete

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        Russie / par M. Chopin [complete in 2 volumes]

      Paris : Firmin Didot freres, 1838, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copies bound in contemporary leather-backed, marbled boards. Gilt-titled red leather labels to spine, with raised bands and gilt tooling. Some surface wear to panels, with spine bands and panel edges somewhat dulled and rubbed as with age. Marbled endpapers. Minor library marks remain internally. Scattered foxing, mainly to prelims. and instances through plates. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Physical desc.: 2 v. : illus., maps, plates ; 23cm. Subjects: Russia -- Armenia -- Crimea -- Description and travel -- Travel literature -- 19th century. Language: French. Series: L'Univers.. histoire et description de tous les peuples. Notes: Publisher's device to title page of vol. 1. Text in double columns. Each volume bound with ca. 50 plates after text. Title of vol. 2 reads: Russie, par M. Chopin ... la fin de la Russie d'Europe, y compris la Crimee, par M. Cesar Famin; et les provinces russes en Asie, Circassie et Georgie, par M. Cesar Famin. Armenie, par M. Bore.

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        Chefs d'oeuvre des pères de l'Église ( 12 volumes Plus de 7000 pages)

      À la bibliothèque ecclésiastique 1838 - 12 tomes et chaque tome est complet et le dernier tome contient les Tables . entre autres des oeuvres de tertulien, Origène, Lactance, Cyprien , athanase Saint jérôme, saint Augustin, saint Thomas, saint Anselme, saint Bernard, Saint jean Chrysostome, Saint Ambroise. saint Hilaire, Saint Basile Le Grand. Livres de bibliothèque mais pas apparent de l'extérieur j'ai remarqué de taches de vieillissent dans un seul tome . OEUVRE introuvable de 1838 . Livre c-640 boîte c-90 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Venice. Venèzia. Venèdig.

      1838 - London, SDUK, 1838. Coloured. Steel-engraving, two sheets conjoined, total 400 x 590mm. Detailed townplan with an inset view of St Mark's Square and a map of the environs on a trompe-l'oil scroll.

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        Taschenbuch der Arzneigewächse Deutschlands., Mit 50 illuminierten Kupfertafeln.

      Jena, Schmid, 1838 - 50 handkolorierte Kupfertafeln, lose in Kassette. Cat. Lib. Brit. Mus. (N.H.), Vol. I, S. 461; Pritzel 2263. Nicht bei Nissen BBI, Junk Bibl. Bot. und Sammlung Plesch. Es erschien auch ein Textteil, der hier jedoch nicht vorliegt. Die filigran gestochenen Tafeln liegen in frühen, besonders schönen u. kräftigen Abdrucken vor und sind vorzüglich von Hand koloriert. Da sie nie eingebunden waren, sind die Blätter besonders breitrandig. Hervorragender Erhaltungszustand, absolut sauber u. frisch, ohne die kleinste Beschädigung. Wie die meisten anderen Werke Dietrichs ist auch dieses recht selten. Wir konnten über KVK nur eine Handvoll Exemplare in europäischen Bibliotheken nachweisen (kein Exemplar in außereuropäischen Bibliotheken!), im Handel und auf Auktionen konnten wir letztmals vor 12 Jahren ein Exemplar nachweisen. Provenienz: Aus dem Nachlass des Autors. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 8° (ca. 18x11,5 cm), moderne braune Ganzlederkassette (21x14,5 cm) mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, etwas Rückenvergoldung, beide Deckel mit goldgeprägter Filette gerahmt, Vorderdeckel mit goldgeprägter floraler Vignette, Innenbezug aus Seide.

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        China: Its State and Prospects.Spread of the Gospel.Allusions to the Antiquity, Extent, Population, Civilisation, Literature and Religion of the Chinese.Illustrations on Wood by G.Baxter.

      London, John Snow. 1838 - Royal 8vo, original green blind stamped ribbed cloth, carefully recased, completely uncut. pp (xvi), 592. Engraved title-page, 10 images on 5 plates, coloured frontispiece printed in oils by Baxter. First Edition, Third Thousand.Broad ranging, historical and socialogical, with descriptions of extensive travels, practicality of printing, literature, various religious missions, trade, education, and also including Malacca, Batavia etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Album Pittoresque du Nord. Tableaux des costumes moeurs et usages des paysans de la Suède. Par C. Forsell, premier graveur du roi.

      Londres & Berlin. A. Asher. 1838. - Folio (36 x 27,5 cm). Engraved title + printed title + 23 pp + (1p) + 1 leaf of music + 15 plates. The plate "Ackia" is listed as "Kaitum III" in the index. Engraved title reads "Le Bijou du Nord". Inscription inside front cover reads i translation "Given to Carl Axel Fredric Gyllenkrok as a memory of his grandfather (.) 16 Sep. 1839." The book shows swedish costumes in beautiful handcolouring. This is the rare abriged french version of Forsells "Ett år i Sverige" (One year in Sweden). It contains the plates 15 to 29 of the original swedish edition, which was published in 1827-(35) with 48 plates. A french edition, also with 48 plates was published in 1836. All editions use the same plates and the same colouring. The book is known to be one of the most beautiful plate book ever published in Sweden, a centerpiece of swedish book art. "Album Pittoresque du Nord" is rarely seen on the market. The plates: Ierfsö I; Ierfsö II; Kaitum I; Ackia; Kaitum II; Kaitum III; Fiellen; Wingåker I; Gripsholm; Wingåker II; Wingåker III; Wingåker IV; Wingåker VI; Wingåker V; Gripsholm II; Kind. Colas 1092; Lipperheide 1048; Hiler 322; Brunet II 1346. Contemporary blind stamped binding. Title and edges in gilt. Large margins. Binding a bit worn and faded. Front fly leaf missing. A few pages loose with slight damage. Nice copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biographical Sketches of General Nathaniel Massie, General Duncan McArthur, Captain Wells, and General Simon Kenton: Who Were Early Settlers in the Western Country

      E. Morgan and Son, Cincinnati, OH 1838 - Original leather-covered boards with some scuffing and wear at extremities. Burgundy title block with faded gold lettering. Inscription on blank endpaper reads, 'Marley Barrett, Chillicothe, Ohio Jany1st, 1898'. This copy had been in the same family since that time until my purchase. There are no other markings. Pages are foxed but quite readable, binding is firm. 267 pages. HOWES "THE AUTHOR KNEW PERSONALLY ALL OF THESE BORDER INDIAN FIGHTERS AND PARTICIPATED IN MANY OF THE EVENTS DESCRIBED". EBERSTADT "THE AUTHOR HAD THE ADVANTAGE OF PERSONAL COMMUNICATION WITH THE FAMILIES AND NEIGHTBORS OF THESE INDIAN FIGHTERS, AND THUS SECURED MANY DETAILS OF THEIR EXPLOITS AMONG THE SAVAGES WHICH WOULD OTHERWISE HAVE BEEN LOST.' FIELD 1436 (1852 ED.); SABIN 43160; JONES 1283 (1852 ED.) CONTAINS THE CAPTIVITIES OF ANDRES WLLISON IN 1793 AND THAT OF ISRAEL DONALSON IN 1792. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Two Official Letters to Joaquin Ezpeleta Enrile, Captain General of Cuba in 1838-1840, from U.S. Consuls in Havana and Trinidad de Cuba; the First one in English; and the Second One Translated into Spanish by a Havana Translator].

      - Letter from U.S. Consul Nicholas Philip Trist: Havana, Consulate of the United States of America, 18 April 1838. Folio (ca. 30,5x21,5 cm). 2 pp., with an integral blank leaf. Brown ink on paper, official ink stamp of the US Consulate in Havana in the upper left corner of the first leaf. Legible text in English. Mild fold marks, otherwise a very good document. Letter from U.S. Consul Thomas R. Gray translated into Spanish by Luis Paynes [?]: Havana, 29 September 1838 (original document: Trinidad de Cuba, 15 September 1838). Folio (ca 30x21 cm). Folio, 2 pp., with an integral blank leaf. Mild offset, fold marks, otherwise a very good document. Two official letters to Joaquin Ezpeleta Enrile, Captain General of Cuba in 1838-1840, from Nicholas Philip Trist (1800-1847) and Thomas R. Gray, U.S. Consuls in Havana and Trinidad de Cuba. In the first letter Trist congratulates Ezpeleta Enrile on his appointment as the new Captain General of Cuba, and wishes that good relations between the two nations will continue. He reassures Ezpeleta that "to no other foreign country is an event of this nature so necessarily, so intensively or so deeply interesting, as it is to that which I have the honor to represent I can form no better with for the very numerous class of my countrymen who have direct & special personal interests in the prosperity of this magnificent Island, and consequently in the way in which it may be governed, than that the expectation awakened by Y.E's Proclamation may be fulfilled." In his letter to Joaquin Ezpeleta Enrile Thomas R. Gray, U.S. Consul in Trinidad de Cuba files a complaint regarding "an order from this city's chief of navy informing that all captains of American ships along with its passengers may need to present themselves in person," which both "Spanish and American merchants as well as captains and passengers had complained to me about I wish that Your Excellency will be kind enough to arrange that I be instructed competently and respectfully regarding that order so that my fellow citizens may find out about it with expected appropriateness" (in translation). The original letter was written in English (Trinidad de Cuba, 15 September 1838), but we have only an official Spanish translation of it, done two weeks later by a Havana translator Luis Paynes. "Cuba and the United States of America have had an interest in one another since well before either of their independence movements. Plans for purchase of Cuba from the Spanish Empire were put forward at various times by the United States. As the Spanish influence waned in the Caribbean, the United States gradually gained a position of economic and political dominance over the island, with the vast majority of foreign investment holdings and the bulk of imports and exports in its hands, as well as a strong influence on Cuban political affairs. Following the Cuban Revolution of 1959, relations deteriorated substantially and have been marked by tension and confrontation since. The United States does not have formal diplomatic relations with Cuba and has maintained an embargo which makes it illegal for U.S. Corporations to do business with Cuba" (Wikipedia).

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        HISTOIRE DES DUCS DE BOURGOGNE DE LA MAISON DE VALOIS - 12 TOMES

      DYFEY - 5 ° EDITION 1838 - RO30077619: 465 + 446 + 448 + 448 + 418 + 415 + 439 + 432 + 434 + 418 + 430 + 420 pages. Quelques planches illustrées en noir et blanc, dépliantes. Titre, auteur, filets, tomaison dorés sur le dos cuir vert. Nombreuses planches illustrées d'image contre collées en noir et blanc. Bandeaux, lettrines en noir et blanc. Edtion originale In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 929.2-Histoire des familles célèbres [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Certificate of Stock in the Town of Swartwout. This is to certify, that A. Sidney Johnson is the holder of One Share of Stock in the Town Swartwout, being the one hundredth part of the Stock of said Town, which is situated on Trinity River, Texas.

      Telegraph Press, Houston - Stock certificate, ca. 1838. Signed on front by Proprietors, J. Morgan, A. Garner and Thos. Bradley and signed on verso by A. Sidney Johnson. Sheet size: 4 x 6 1/2". Inventory#: p599pmat. 0

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        Narrative of an Expedition in H.M.S. Terror, Undertaken with a View to Geographical Discovery on the Arctic Shores, in the Years 1836-7

      London: John Murray 1838, 1st Edition. () vii,[1],456pp. + 12pp. (publisher&#39;s catalogue of New Books dated June, 1838). Very good. Octavo in original blindstamped blue cloth. 12 plates (including frontispiece) and folding map (at end). Some light soiling to first blank, frontispiece and occasional light foxing to a few plates. Recased with new endpapers to match else an exceptionally clean, tight copy. A.B. 850. Account of the expedition in H.M.S. Terror, to complete the survey of the coast between Prince Regent&#39;s Inlet and Turnagain Point, under the auspices of the British Admiralty. The ship became beset in the ice and drifted along the northeast coast of Southampton Island all winter, before being freed from ice in Hudson&#39;s Strait in July of 1837 and returning, in poor condition, to an Irish port..

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      [Hannover], 10. März 1838.. 1 S. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. An Dr. Schmidt in Leipzig: "Anbei die erste Abfüttrung [!] mit Manuscript von Bäbu, Alles andre sobald wie immer möglich ist, aber eher nicht. Du wirst erstaunt sein, über die Eleganz meiner diesmaligen Schreiberei, - - aber es ist für Dich!! Lebe wohl, u. behalte lieb Deinen Freund Heinr. Marschner". - Die Komische Oper in drei Akten "Der Bäbu" war am 19. Februar des Jahres im Königlichen Hoftheater Hannover uraufgeführt worden. - Heinrich Marschner war von 1831 bis 59 Hofkapellmeister in Hannover; mit seinem Werk - neben 13 Opern, zwei Singspielen und sechs Schauspielmusiken auch Kammermusik, Klavierwerke, mehr als 420 Klavierlieder, eine Messe und über 120 Männerchöre - nahm er "als Repräsentant der romantischen Oper eine vermittelnde Position zwischen Carl Maria von Weber und Richard Wagner ein" (DBE). - Mit kleinem alt montiertem Portrait (Zeitungsausschnitt) des Komponisten am linken oberen Rand der Recto-Seite. - Stärkere Faltspuren und kleinere Läsuren; ein kleiner Ausriß durch Öffnen der Verschlußmarke alt hinterlegt.

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        State Trials. Specimen of a New Edition

      Simpkin, Marshall and Co., London 1838 - Modern cloth, a bit rubbed, but quite a sound copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SWITZERLAND. Illustrated in a series of views taken expressly for this work by W. H. Bartlett. WALDENSES or protestant valleys of Piedmont, Dauphiny, and the Ban de la Roche.

      - London, George Virtue, 1838, 22x27.5cm. Ouvrage en trois volumes. Élégantes reliures en plein veau blond. Dos lisses ornés de motifs dorés. Pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin bordeau. Plats ornés de motifs et filets dorés. Tranches marbrées, roulette intérieure dorée. Richement illustré de vues gravées sur acier. Quelques frottements sur les mors et les plats (sans gravité), mais ouvrage solide et de belle présentation. Gravures magnifiques. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Great South Land:" Four Papers on Emigration Designed to Exhibit the Principles and Progress of the New Colony of South Australia

      Simpkin & Marshall, London 1838 - Octavo, 34 pp. (last blank), folding lithographed map; some foxing, a good copy on later worn quarter roan. South Australia for Scottish emigrants. Uncommon booklet published by the South Australian Company promoting emigration well after the settlement was established, and aimed squarely at the Scottish market. This is the second edition, following the success of the first edition published in Stirling earlier in 1838.The book is based on articles which had appeared in the {i Stirling Observer} in early 1838; it openly encourages the curious to apply directly to the South Australian Company in London. A two-page postscript prints excerpts from Macarthur's Emigration to New South Wales, on the grounds that Sydney and Adelaide are 'situated nearly in the same latitude.' The other interesting inclusion is a later issue of the map captioned "Part of Southern Australia", based on that in the 1834 work titled {i South Australia. Outline of the plan of a proposed colony with the details of the Murray River}. The map was newly lithographed for this second edition and bears a details of a different printer from that of the first edition.The need for a second edition is explained in notices to the verso of the title-page: 'The reception and rapid sale of the first Edition of this publication (2000 copies having been disposed of within the first month) call for a new edition, in which, though the shape of the articles has been continued, their original character as newspaper contributions has been, to some extent, departed from. They are, in many respects, materially enlarged and amended, the writer having had access personally to the most recent information on the subject from the best sources.' The title of the second edition has been slightly amended to reflect this change, with 'articles on emigration' of the first edition replaced with 'papers on emigration.'This second edition was distributed in London by Simpkin and Marshall, the title page also includes a generous list of Scottish agents (for Glasgow, Aberdeen, Perth and elsewhere). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Autograph Letter Signed ('Wellington') to Mrs [illegible] at Farley Hall, Reading, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf, Stratfield Saye, 14 December 1838.

      - Thanking her for a note, returning the enclosure, and commenting on the situation in Jamaica. 'I am much obliged to you for your Note of which I return the Inclosure.' ''I am afraid that matters are not quite so pressing in Jamaica' ''As the existence of Prisoners depends upon the Negroes being something more than tranquil, I do not feel satisfied with Sir Lionel Smith's statement.' ''I hope that your accounts of your daughter are satisfactory to you / Believe me Ever Your's most faithfully Wellington'Sir Lionel smith (1778-1842) has been appointed captain-general and commander-in-chief of Jamaica in 1836, where he managed to alienate both the coloured and white populations. Oxford DNB states that 'It was in this context that the house of assembly refused to legislate on the island's prisons in 1838-9, causing a constitutional crisis in Jamaica, and incidentally providing the trigger for the 'bedchamber' crisis in Britain'.

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        TEXTS FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR, principally Practical and Devotional. Selected by Elizabeth Fry

      London, printed for Hamiltobn, Adams, and Co.; Edmund Fry; and W. Darton and Son, Holborn Hill, circa 1838.. EDITION UNKNOWN, Preface dated 1831, INSCRIBED BY ELIZABETH FRY THE PRISON REFORMER on the verso front endpaper: "Mary Bullied from Eliz. Fry 1838", very small 8vo, approximately 72 x 54 mm, 2 7/8 x 2 inches, pages:iv, (188), collation: (A)-M8, M8 is a blank with printer&#39;s name J. Masters at the foot on recto, bound in mid brown cloth with embossed pattern, "TEXTS" in gilt on upper cover, pale yellow endpapers. Very slight wrinkling to spine, ink note in 2 margins, otherwise a very good clean tight copy. Elizabeth Fry was a Quaker prison reformer who transformed the lives of countless thousands of prisoners, convicts and homeless people, and whose ideas on criminal justice are still practised today. It was Stephen Grellet, a Quaker, who turned her attention to the shocking conditions in which women prisoners and their children lived at Newgate Prison: hungry, cold, dirty, without bedding, even newborn babies without clothing. Elizabeth&#146;s first visit to the prison with baby clothes and kindness established a rapport with the women. Soon she set up the first women&#146;s prison visiting committees and went on to bring order and cleanliness to Newgate.She started the first-ever prison school which was a great success. Later she saw to it that the prisoners were given useful occupation and taught skills. Uniquely for that time, she saw the prisoners as individual human beings and understood their need for self-respect. Her ideas and practices were to be influential and effective throughout Europe and eventually the world. All this Elizabeth did not accomplish on her own; she travelled widely in Britain, Ireland and Europe and everywhere she went her extraordinary compassion, eloquence and energetic common sense galvanised others into action&#39;. (ODNB). Not in Bondy, a copy with the same imprint as ours held by the Society of Friends Library.(Copac), others listed with different publishers and printers. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        L'Ecosse pittoresque, ou suite de vues prises expressement pour cet ouvrage par MM. T. Allom, W.H. Bartlett, et H. M'Culloch.

      Virtue et Ferrier 1838 - - Virtue et Ferrier, Londres et paris 1838, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 4 (21x27,5cm), relié. - Edition originale, illustrée de deux titres gravés (en anglais), d'une planche coloriée et de 117 hors-texte sur acier (avec les serpentes) par Allom, Bartlett, et M'Culloch, gravées par Griffiths, Varrall, Prior, etc. Superbe illustration, les graveurs anglais étaient à cette période particulièrement prisés pour leur finesse d'exécution, et les éditeurs français passaient d'amples commandes en Angleterre pour l'illustration de leurs livres. Pleine reliure d'éditeur. Demi maroquin rouge orné d'une grande plaque spéciale doré (armes et symboles de l'Ecosse) aux plats de basane lie de vin estampés d'une grande plaque florale décorative à froid. Tranches dorées. Magnifique et rare reliure d'éditeur anglaise, malgré quelques défauts : un léger manque en tête du tome I ; coiffe de tête du tome II fortement élimée ; certains coins émoussés et frottements aux bordures. Rares rousseurs pâles éparses (quasi inexistantes sur le texte), principalement en marges et provoquées par les serpentes, mais fortes sur les 2 titres. Histoire de l'Ecosse, de ses particularités, de ses monuments. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Paul et Virginie. - La chaumiere indienne. - Flore de Paul et Virginie. Mit 7 Stahlstich-Tafeln nach T. Johannot, Meissonier u. a. und 29 Holzstich-Tafeln nach M. Francais, Paul Huet u. a. und 1 kolor. gest. Karte, sämtlich auf aufgewalztem China sowie zahlr. Textholzstichen.

      Paris, L. Curmer 1838.. Handgebundener dunkelroter Maroquin (sign. Holzhey u. Sohn) mit RVerg., dopp. goldgepr. Deckelfileten und goldgepr. Besitzersignet auf dem VDeckel, dopp. goldgepr. Innenkantenfileten und GGoldschnitt. 4to. LVI, 458 S., 7 Bll. - Erste Ausgabe mit diesen Illustrationen. - "La perle des livres illustres du XIX. siecle" (Brivois). - Hint. flieg. Vorsatz mit kl. Besitzerstempel. Schönes, kaum fleckiges Exemplar im Schuber..

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Spontini").

      London, 6./7. Juli 1838.. 3½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo.. Schöner Brief an eine Dame mit dem Bekennen, wie wunderbar er und seine Frau in London, wo sie nun schon an die zwei Wochen verweilten, aufgenommen wurden, und daß er sich vor Einladungen aus Anerkennung seiner Arbeit kaum retten könne: "[ ] je goutais avec satisfaction les effets resultans[!] de mes faibles talents et d'un peu de reputation acquise par les travaux et la conduite de toute ma vie entiere; [ ] et je dois refuser dix invitations par jour [ ]". - Allerdings trübe nun ein Unglück dieses Wohlergehen, seine Frau sei kopfüber eine lange Treppe in ihrer Wohnung hinabgestürzt, habe sich etliche Verletzungen zugezogen, doch, Gottlob, überlebt. Er bitte sie darum, all ihre Freunde über diesen schrecklichen Vorfall zu unterrichten. Sobald es ihr besser gehe und sie zu reisen fähig sei, werde er sie nach Paris bringen. Neben anderen kleinen Gefälligkeiten bittet er außerdem darum, bei Herrn und Frau von Redern, über Teichmann, nach einem Brief des Grafen Brühl zu fragen, den dieser ihm eigentlich vor seiner Abreise hätte zukommen lassen sollen sowie über M. Tzschoppe in Erfahrung zu bringen, ob seine Majestät geruht habe, auf sein Ersuchen im Schreiben vom 4. Juni zu antworten, welches er diesem über den Herren Prinzen von Wittgenstein habe zukommen lassen: "Soyez assez bonne aussi, Madame, de faire redemander a M. et Mme de Redern, par Terchmann, une lettre de [?] Compte Brühl, qu'il devait me rendre avant mon depart, et gardez la entre vos mains, comme aussi de vous informer par M. Tzschoppe, si La Majeste a daigne repondre a ma requete du 04 Juin dernier, que je lui avais fait remettre par M. le Prince de Wittgenstein [...]." - Die Krönung von Queen Elizabeth habe er von ganz nah gesehen und mitverfolgt, und diese entbehre jeder Beschreibung. Alles hier in London sei riesig, grandios und außergewöhnlich. - Der durchrissene Falz fachmännisch restauriert, trotzdem mit kl. Einr., sonst von tadelloser Erhaltung; mit kleinem, alt montiertem Schildchen "38" am rechten oberen Rand der Verso-Seite von Bl. 1.

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        STORIA DELLA VALTELLINA in dieci libri descritta.

      Tip. Elvetica,, Capolago, 1838 - 2 parti in un vol. in-8, pp. 388; 414, bella leg. m. perg. coeva con angoli, carta dec. ai piatti. Segnalibro in seta. [294]

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        Syria, the Holy Land, Asia Minor, &c. illustrated.

      London u. a., Fisher, 1836-1838. - 4to. 3 vols. With 3 engr. title pages, 2 engr. maps, and 113 (instead of 117) plates. (4), 80 pp. 76 pp. 100, (4) pp. Contemp. cloth. First edition. The attractive views of Alexandria, Antioch, Beirut, Damascus, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Rhodes, Tripoli etc. are engraved from drawings by W. H. Bartlett, W. Purser and others. - Slightly rubbed and bumped, spine faded and with small tears. Blackmer 291. Aboussouan 187. Weber I, 1125. Cf. Howgego II, E4 (p. 194). Tobler 167. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mexico and Guatemala shewing the positions of the mines

      London 1838 - Size : 340x800 (mm), 13.375x31.5 (Inches), Hand Colored in outline

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        Map of the United States Territory of Oregon West of the Rocky Mountains, Exhibiting the various Trading Depots or Forts occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company, connected with the Western and northwestern Fur Trade.

      Bureau of Topographical Engineers, Washington DC 1838 - Black-and-white copperplate engraving. Small part of lower right corner torn away, but overall a good example. Compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers, from the latest authorities, under the direction of Col. J. J. Albert, by Wash: Hood. 1838 M. H. Stansbury del. Sheet size: 18 1/2 x 23 3/4". Inventory#: p637pmat.

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        Voyage en Abyssinie, dans le pays des Galla, de Choa et d'Ifat. 4 volumes.

      Paris, Louis Desessart 1838 - Précédé d'une excursion dans l'Arabie-heureuse. Carte manquante. Par MM. Ed. Combes et Tamisier 1835-1837. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Paris, Louis Desessart - 1838. Reliure demi veau vert de l'époque. Dos lisse orné de faux nerfs filetés à froid et dorés. Pièces de titre et de tomaison brunes. Rares rousseurs. Très bon état. Format in-8°(22x14). 1ère Edition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoria sobre a historia moderna da administração das minas em Portugal.

      Lisbon, Na Typografia da Academia R. das Sciencias, 1838. - Woodcut Portuguese royal arms on title page. 63 pp., large folding table. 8°, contemporary plain blue-gray wrappers (small defects to spine at head, foot, and center). Uncut and unopened. In fine condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. According to the author, the modern history of mining in Portugal began in 1801 when D. Rodrigo de Sousa Coutinho became Presidente do Erario and José Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva returned from his metallurgical travels in Europe. In January of 1802, a new law was passed regarding the administration of the iron mines and factories. This survey of developments from 1801 is something of a litany of obstacles and difficulties. Political intrigues, the French invasion, and removal of key personnel to Brazil were among the most significant. Poor roads and rivers which were not navigable hindered exploitation of the richest mines, located in the interior. The folding table gives figures for the mining of coal, iron, charcoal, gold, lead, and antimony. Only the mining of charcoal and gold turned a profit; the profit for charcoal greatly exceeded that for gold. Born in Hesse, Germany in 1777, Eschwege was one of several German mineralogists and engineers brought to Portugal in 1802 to help develop the mineral resources of Portugal and Brazil. He spent the years 1807-23 in Brazil as director of gold mines and curator of the royal mineralogical cabinet. While in Brazil he established its first steelworks and undertook several scientific expeditions into the interior of Minas Geraes. His observations were later published in several important works, including @Journal von Brasilien (Weimar, 1818), @Brasilien die Neue Welt (Braunschweig, 1830), @Beiträge zur Gebirgskunde Brasiliens (Berlin, 1832) and @Pluto Brasiliensis (Berlin, 1833). Eschwege returned to Portugal in 1824 when D. João VI appointed him Intendente Geral das Minas e Metais, a post he held until 1829, when he chose to return to Germany rather than serve under D. Miguel. He resumed his former position in 1835, and ended his royal service as an engineer supervising the renovation of various palaces. Eschwege died in Kassel, Germany in 1855.---- Borba de Moraes (1983) I, 294; see also p. 293: "All of Eschwege's works are rare, and increasingly sought after." Innocêncio III, 168-9 (without mention of the folding table). @Grande enciclopedia X, 22. OCLC: 741195860 (University of Kansas, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek). Porbase locates two copies, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and in the Biblioteca João Paulo II of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Not located in Copac. Not located in Hollis or Orbis. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        SPANISH SCENARY (1838)

      1838 - Materia: Libro antiguo de viajes por España con litografias en gran formato. Publicación: London; P&D Colnaghi. 14 Pall Mall East, 1838. Descripción: Gran Folio. 32 Litografías de vistas de ciudades españolas, 29 de ellas a plena página el resto a media página. Bella encuadernación Holandesa con puntas, nervios y dorados en lomo. Conservación: Muy buen estado. Notas: La obra de G. Vivian se centra más en la descripción topográfica y del paisaje español que en la representación costumbrista que románticos como Lewis o David Roberts habian utilizado para la descripción de sus viajes por España. RSSS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MUSEO DE LAS FAMILIAS

      Imprenta A. BergnesBarcelona. Imprenta A. Bergnes. 1838 - 1841. 24X17. Primera edición. 5VOL. 1vol, 384Pág, 2vol, 511Pág, 3vol, 382Pág+2h. 4vol, 384Pág. 5vol, 383Pág+2h, (error de paginación existente de imprenta sin importancia). Profusamente ilustrada. Completa Obra de el Museo de las Familias considerada revista pionera en publicación infantil y juvenil en España, creada y dirigida en Barcelona por Antonio Bergnes de las Casas, se editó entre 1838 y 1841, y sus principales temas fueron literatura, ciencias, economía, educación, historia, religión y viajes. Quisiera resaltar varios apartados donde tratan el "Daguerrotipo" primer procedimiento fotográfico de la historia y único también que se compone solo de metales, cobre, plata, mercurio y oro. (1939), curiosísimo. Se editaron 32 números en cuarto mayor con periodicidad mensual, 64 páginas y dos columnas. Magnífico y muy raro. Ref 16 Biblioteca A.

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        Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Two volume set

      London: Richard Bentley. VG : in very good condition. Rebound by Thomson of Exeter with marbled eps and edges. Light shelfwear to edges and corners. Age-toning within and occasional spotting, impacting on some plates. Half title pages absent, also ads. 1838. First Edition. Full leather marbled calf rebind with floral gilt tooling to spines. 200mm x 130mm (8" x 5"). xix, 288pp; ix, 263pp. 12 plates by George Cruikshank, including frontis in vol 2. Frontis portrait in vol 1 by Greatbatch after Raven. Second state with grotesque border around &#39;The Last Song&#39;. .

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        Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by "Boz"

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1838. With Illustrations by George Cruikshank. 2 volumes, duodecimo. Bound in red half morocco, red cloth boards, spines elaborately gilt in compartments, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Portrait frontispiece, 12 plates. Bookplates, some occasional light foxing, boards faintly rubbed at edges. An attractive set in excellent condition. First edition of Grimaldi&#39;s memoirs, edited by Charles Dickens. The task of assembling Grimaldi&#39;s voluminous papers had already been tackled once, and Dickens cut again to produce a publishable narrative. Dickens was fascinated with pantomime in general and with clowns in particular, and found a degree of self-identification with Grimaldi, who like him was a spirited, quick-witted and inventive artist, who had a miserable childhood and evinced a lifelong horror of inactivity and of letting any audience down.

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        Ueber den feineren Bau und die Formen der krankhaften Geschwülste. In zwei Lieferungen. Erste Lieferung (all publ.).

      - Berlin, gedruckt und verlegt Georg Reimer, 1838, Folio, 1 Bl., 60 pp., 1 Bl., 4 (1 color.) v. Schumann, Troschel et Müller ad. nat. del., Grüzmacher gestochene Tafeln, Halbleinenband mit Rückenvergoldung u. Rückenschild; feines Exemplar. Erste und einzige Ausgabe! - Grundstein mikroskopischer Untersuchungen krankhafter Gewebe! Im Frühjahr 1838 erschien dieses epochemachende Werk das über die erste Lieferung nicht herauskam. Es wurde im selben Jahr publiziert als Johannes Müllers Schüler SCHWANN feststellte, daß die tierischen Gewebe aus Zellen beständen. Müller wandte diese Erkenntnisse sogleich auf die Geschwulstlehre an. Als wichtigsten Grundsatz fand er, daß die pathologische Entwicklung der Gewebe mit der embryonalen total übereinstimme. Diese Entdeckung schließt fast die ganze Lehre von den krankhaften Neubildungen in sich. Es wird Müller's unvergänglicher Verdienst bleiben, den Weg zur Erkenntnis der feineren Struktur der Geschwülste durch das Mikroskop zuerst beschritten und für seine Nachfolger, besonders Rudolf Virchow, gebahnt zu haben. - Wolf, Die Lehre von der Krebskrankheit, I,127ff.: "epochemachende Schrift".; Haberling, Johannes Müller (1924), 198-99. - - THE FOUNDER OF MICROSCOPIC PATHOLOGY - CELLULAR CHARACTER OF TUMORS- - First Edition, in original wrappers as published! - The founder of pathological Histology as an indepedent field, and the first microscopical study of diseased itssue, by which Johannes Müller (1801-1858) showed that the cell theory was a requirement for the study of cancer. In the tumors which he studied Müller identfied cells, their nuclei, granules, fibres, and crystals. The illustrations in the book show better than words what Müller saw. He was thus the source for the work of his pupil Rudolf Virchow. - - Garrison & Morton 2612; Long, A History of Pathology, 187-89; Haagensen, Books of Cancer, no. 41 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Observationes anatomicae et microscopicae de systematis nervosi structura.

      - Berlin, Reimer, 1838, 8°, VI, 41, (1) pp., 2 Taf. mit 30 Abb., OBrosch. ENTDECKUNG DER REMAKSCHEN NERVENFASERN - Erste Ausgabe dieser seltenen Dissertation Remaks, eine der klassischen Schriften der medizinischen Literatur des 19 Jhdts. Mit Remak beginnt das moderne Konzept des autonomen Nervensystems. - Robert Remak (1815-1865), studierte in Berlin, widmete sich frühzeitig unter Joh. Müller's Leitung mikroskopischen Arbeiten, promovierte mit der obigen Arbeit 1838, war 1843 bis 1847 klin. Assistent Schoenlein's, als welcher er sich mit patholog. und namentlich mit embryologischen Untersuchungen beschäftigte, habilitierte sich 1847, nach dem durch besondere Kabinetts-Order Friedrich Wilhelm IV erhaltener Erlaubnis, deren er infolge seiner jüdischen Konfession bedurfte, als 1. jüdischer Privatdocent in Preussen an der Berliner Universität, erhielt aber erst 1859 eine a.o. Professor.-cf. Pagel, p.1361 - The epoch making thesis on microscopic neuro-anatomy in which Remaks showed that peripheral nerve fibres were continuous with cells in the spinal cord and described non-medullated nerves for the first time. Remak, the famous neurologist, was the first Jewish lecturer in Germany, this by special permission of Friedr. Wilhelm IV. One of the rarest of the 19th century medical classics. - Garrison & Morton No. 1262.; Waller 7877; Cushing R 94; Garrison, Hist. of Neurology, 159 ff.; Haymaker & Schiller, Founders of Neurology, 66-69; Kisch, B., Forgotten leaders in modern medicine, 297 ff. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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