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        Memoirs and correspondence of Admiral Lord de Saumarez

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1838. From Original Papers in the Possession of the Family. 2 volumes octavo (222 × 132 mm). Original brown combed cloth, title gilt to the spines, panels in blind to the boards, yellow surface-paper endpapers. Engraved portrait frontispiece to each, 4 uncoloured aquatint plates of engagements, and 3 full-page maps in all. Sunned on the spines, and at the board edges, some spotting, light browning, but overall an unusually well-preserved copy. First and only edition, and uncommon thus. In 1767, when he was just ten years old, Saumarez's name was entered into the books of the Sol by his impecunious father, remaining there until he left school and joined the Montreal as a middie three years later. In 1778 his excellent service during the American Revolution earned him the command of the galley Spitfire "in which he was active on the coast of New England until she was burnt to prevent her capture that August" (ODNB). He fought at the Dogger Bank action in 1781, "at the Battle of St. Kitts he captured the French flagship Ville de Paris with the assistance of Kempenfelt. Eleven years later he was knighted for his skill in the taking of the French frigate Réunion of Cherbourg. He commanded the Orion at the battles of St. Vincent and the Nile, being senior captain at the latter" (NMM). In 1801 he defeated a combined French and Spanish squadron at Algeçiras, having shortly before been driven off by the French component alone. Nelson said of Saumarez's conduct, "The promptness with which he refitted, the spirit with which he attacked a superior force, after his recent disaster and the masterly conduct of the action, I do not think were ever surpassed." He commanded the English Baltic fleet sent (1809) to assist the Swedes, was made a peer in 1831, and died in 1838. Saumarez's biographer Sir John Ross, best remembered as an arctic voyager, entered the navy at nine and served with distinction in the French wars. In 1803 he joined the Grampus, under the flag of Saumarez. He continued with Saumarez in different ships, as midshipman or mate, and, after his promotion in 1805, as lieutenant, until 1812. In 1878 he went to explore Baffin Bay and attempt a North-west Passage and published A Voyage of Discovery (1819). He was knighted in 1833 for an expedition on which he discovered the peninsula 'Boothia Felix' and on which his nephew, James Clarke Ross, discovered the magnetic North Pole.

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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

      Cincinnati, OH: E. Morgan and Son, 1838. Leather Bound. Very Good/No Jacket Issued. 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.

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        Russie / par M. Chopin - [Complete in 2 volumes]

      Paris : Firmin Didot freres, 1838. 1st Edition. Series: L'Univers.. histoire et description de tous les peuples. Physical desc.: 2 v. : ill, maps ; 23cm. Title of t. 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 Ge´orgie, par M. Cesar Famin. Armenie, par M. Bore. Subject: Russia. Armenia. Language: French. Minor, scattered marginal foxing. Fine copies both bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt.

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        The Oriental Portfolio

      London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1838-1840. 2 original parts, folio. (21 3/4 x 14 7/8 inches). Letterpress titles to both parts. 1 tinted lithographic additional title by T.H. Pitt after Bacon, printed by Lefevre, 10 tinted lithographic plates (9 after Bacon's sketches worked up by Dibdin (7) or Roberts (2), 1 after Stephanoff; lithographed by W. Gauci (5), A. Picken (1), Louis Haghe (2), W. Walton (1) and Hullmandel (1)), each with a leaf of explanatory letterpress text. Unbound as issued within original burgundy cloth portfolios, upper covers blocked in gilt with the title, the British Royal arms and a dedication to Queen Victoria, cloth ties, cream glazed pastedwons and flaps, all contained within a single modern red morocco-backed red cloth-covered box, spine gilt. An exceptional copy of this very rare work: the first edition in the original parts The present first edition was reissued in one volume with the same title in 1841: a work with which the present work is often confused. There is no record of a complete copy of this work in parts selling at auction in over 30 years. David Roberts and Thomas Dibdin prepared drawings after Thomas Bacon's sketches. Together they "transmuted Bacon's charming originals into splendid designs of true 1830s orientalism" (Archer & Lightbown)." "Thomas Bacon, a Lieutenant in the Bengal Horse Artillery, ... served in India for about five years until 1836 ... The Oriental Portfilio visually recalls Bacon's travels in India." (Scenic Splendours p. 68). Horace Hayman Wilson pointed out in the preface how much this work, complete with full explanatory text, was needed, as very little of note had been published since the Daniells' work of forty years earlier. Events proved him wrong: no more then the present two parts were ever completed, and they remain as a hint of what might have been: "it is greatly to be regretted then that The Portfolio expired after its second number in 1840, for if completed Roberts and his associates might have left us an India equal in sensitiveness and suggestiveness with his Spain, Palestine, and Egypt" (Archer & Lightbown). Not in Abbey; Archer & Lightbown India Observed pp.122-6, 149-50 nos 183-4 (1841 reissue only); P. Godrej & P. Rohatgi Scenic Splendours pp.68-69

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        Art of Deer-Stalking, The; Illustrated by a Narrative of a few Days' Sport in The Forest of Atholl, with some account of The Nature and Habits of Red Deer, and a Short Description of The Scotch Forests; Legends; Superstitions; Stories of Poachers and Freebooters, &c. &c.

      John Murray., London. 1838 - Beautifully bound in full diapered burgundy calf with gilt frame and tooling and lettering to spine. Spine and board edges sunned. Covers lightly rubbed to extremities. Bookseller/binder label of 'Noyes' of Chippenham to front pastedown. Marbled endpapers. Neatly penned ownership inscription to front fly-leaf. Slight foxing to outermost leaves, to plates and to each leaf either side of each plate. All edges marbled. xix, (i) and 436pp. Beautifully bound in full diapered burgundy calf with gilt frame and tooling and lettering to spine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Strenna Italiana per l'anno 1838. Anno V

      P. Ripamonti Carpano Milano: P. Ripamonti Carpano. 1838. First. First edition. Text in Italian. Quarto. iv, [1]-280, [4]pp., 7 steel engraved plates: frontispiece, title page, and five plates in text. Bound in a magnificent armorial binding for King Louis Philippe I of France, with his crown and name in an ornate metal relief design on the front board. Full polished leather professionally re-jointed, almost imperceptible, with the original binding fully preserved: gilt spine and turn-ins, decorated borders stamped in black, white silk moire endpapers, all edges gilt. Some chipping at the edges of the front free endpaper and fly leaf, scattered foxing, good or better. The Strenna Italiana was a popular literary gift annual of Italian poetry and prose: this copy with Louis Philippe's name and crown in metal relief suggests that it was a presentation copy or gift to an important political ally, friend, or dignitary. A scarce, unique copy intended to display Louis Philippe's stunning armorial binding conspicuously on a table-top. .

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        La peau de chagrin.

      Delloye et Lecou 1838 - - Delloye et Lecou, Paris _1838, In 8 (16x26cm), relié. - Première édition illustrée, en premier tirage, de 100 vignettes sur acier de Gavarni, Baron, Lange. L'édition contient bien certaines caractéristiques du tout premier tirage stipulées par Clouzot : Vignette du squelette tirant un homme en arrière en page de titre, la vignette du jardinier se trouve en p. 303 par contre. Les portraits de Pauline et Foedora ont été tirés en sus sur chine monté ; ils ne se trouvent que dans certains exemplaires, sans être rares précise Clouzot. Reliure en demi veau brun romantique d'époque. Dos lisse orné de fers et d'un fer en long. Roulette en queue et tête. Une fente au mors supérieur dans le premier tiers sur 6 cm. une fente au mors inférieur en tête sur 1 cm. Un accroc en queue avec manque. Exemplaire particulièrement frais, avec quelques très rares pâles rousserus en marge, sur un papier bien blanc, très appréciable. Clouzot note : "Ouvrage assez souvent piqué, difficile à rencontrer en belle condition." L'illustration est fort belle et piquante et fort bien encrée, on notera que ce fut un exploit alors d'insérer des gravures sur acier dans le texte et que cette édition fut particulièrement soignée. Un des romans les plus emblématiques de l'oeuvre de Balzac, dans lequel celui-ci illustre avec force sa théorie de la volonté et du désir, où un homme consume sa propre vie par la puissance de ses désirs. Romantisme . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 978 EUR. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Scott / By J. G. Lockhart, . In four volumes

      Paris : Baudry's European Library, ., 1838 - Physical description: 4v. ; 22cm. Subjects: Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832 -- Authors, Scottish -- English literature -- 19th century -- Biography. Language: English. Spine title: Lockhart's Life of Sir W. Scott. Very good copies bound in contemporary 1/2 black leather over marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spines with gilt-crossed bands. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dust-toned and rubbed as with age. All edges marbled. Previous owner's signature to front pastedown of each volume. Minor, scattered marginal foxing, mainly around prelims. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 3 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Mabinogion, from the Llyft Coch o Hergest and other Ancient Welsh Manuscripts: with an English Translation and Notes

      Paternoster Row, London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1838 Parts 1, 2 & 3 (only of 7), small 4to, 1st ed, 1st issue. In 3 volumes uniformly bound in contemporary green and red morocco, some blind tooling, corners and edges a little bumped and worn, Vol 3 upper cover a little faded at head. Spines, faded, titles and tooling in gilt, some repairs at edges. Ink initials AB to the 3 upper covers.Part I. Containing The Lady of the Fountain. Internally, mustard endpages, advert tipped to fpd, [1] blank leaf, original card Part cover, titles in black, [1] blank leaf, frontis (folding), [5], (vi-viii), [1], [1], 2-232 pp, 2 pls (coloured & folding), 3 illustrations (B&W), lower card cover, [1] ep, p 197 misnumbered 791, p 1-132 in English, p 133-214 in French, p 215-232 in English & French, occasional foxing.Part II. Containing the Son of Evrawc. 1839. Mustard endpapers, [1] blank leaf, card cover, titles in black, [2] blank leaves, frontis (coloured), [4], [1], 236-383 pp, [1], 2 pls (coloured with 1 folding], 3 illustrations within text, p236-296 in Welsh, p 297-370 in English, p 371-383 in English & Welsh, occasional faint browning to edges.Part III. Containing Geraint the Son of Erbin. 1840Mustard endpages, [1] blank leaf, card cover, titles in black, (ep stuck to cover), frontis (coloured & folding), [4], 378-411, [4], 6-189 pp, [1], 8 pls (2 folding & 3 coloured, 3 illustrations within text, occasional browning to edges. Uncommon to find bound up in the original parts, with their covers. (Anderson 337) Schreiber [née Bertie; other married name Guest], Lady Charlotte Elizabeth, translator, businesswoman, and collector who working with Welsh clerics, and drawing upon the research prompted by the Romantic revival and translations started by Welshmen such as William Owen Pughe, she undertook the mammoth task of transcribing and translating twelve Welsh tales into English. Initially published in parts—the first, an Arthurian romance, ‘The Lady of the Fountain’, appearing in 1838—the enterprise culminated in the magnificent three-volume production The Mabinogion (1849). Eleven of the tales were from the medieval Llyfr coch o Hergest (Red Book of Hergest), and consisted of the four branches of the Mabinogi, three Arthurian romances (Lady Charlotte has been credited as the first to recognize their European analogues), and four independent tales. She also included the sixteenth-century tale ‘Taliesin’, illustrations, and her own learned notes. See ODNB.

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        Paul et Virginie - La Chaumière indienne.

      Paris, Curmer, 1838, - fort et gr. in-8, demi-maroquin cerise à coins, dos à nerfs rehaussés de pointillés dorés, caissons richement ornés de dentelle dorée et de petits cabochons de maroquin vert mosaïqués frappés au centre d'une étoile dorée, tête dorée, non rogné, LVI + 458 pp. L'un des plus célèbres illustrés romantiques, avec environ 450 gravures in-texte d'après Tony Johannot, Huet, Meissonier, Isabey, etc., et 37 planches hors-texte sur chine appliqué (une carte en couleurs, 7 beaux portraits gravés sur acier et 29 gravures sur bois). Exemplaire du premier tirage, présentant toutes les caractéristiques décrites par Vicaire et Carteret, notamment l'adresse de la rue Saint-Anne et l'étoile blanche au front de la jeune Bramine (p. 400). Le présent exemplaire contient en outre le portrait alternatif du Docteur, dit "anglais", ce qui porte à 38 le nombre des gravures hors-texte. De plus, on y a relié une suite de belles 20 gravures supplémentaires, la plupart de Corbould. Cet exemplaire très grand de marges (266 x 170 mm), l'un des rares tirés sur vélin fort, est presque exempt de rousseurs. La fine reliure décorée de l'époque met à l'honneur le motif de l'étoile et en consacre ainsi la rareté. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, edited by "Boz".

      1838 - With 12 illustrations by George Cruikshank, two volumes. First edition, first issue. 8vo. Original primary binding of floral pattern embossed pink cloth, spines decoratively stamped in gilt. London, Richard Bentley.

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        DE L'USAGE ET DE L'ABUS DES BOISSONS FERMENTÉES ET DES BOISSONS FERMENTÉES ET DISTILLÉES (EXEMPLAIRE DE THÈSE ET MANUSCRIT).

      In-4° broché, 58 pp. Exemplaire en magnifique état, protégé dans un étui. Thèse d'agrégation de médecine soutenue et remportée en 1838 et à laquelle, Royer-Collard devra la Chaire d'hygiène de la Faculté de Paris. Adrien Proust, le père de l'écrivain, qui occupera cette Chaire, lui rendra dans son discours d'investiture, un hommage appuyé, en l'identifiant comme le fondateur de la discipline et comme celui qui élargira le champ d'investigation de la médecine, jusqu'alors penchée sur l'individu, vers les problèmes de santé publique . Parmi les autres candidats, signalons, Trousseau, Piorry et Briquet. Il s'agit de l'exemplaire personnel de Royer-Collard, entièrement couvert d'annotations aux crayons noir, rouge et bleu. Entre les pages 4 et 5 sont encartées 4 grandes feuilles recouvertes d'une fine écriture (150 lignes circa) ; entre les pages 6 et 7, une feuille manuscrite recto verso, entre les pages 8 et 9, une feuille manuscrite recto verso, entre les pages 10 et 11, une feuille manuscrite recto verso, entre les pages 16 et 17, une feuille manuscrite recto, entre les pages 18 et 19, une feuille manuscrite recto, entre les pages 26 et 27, une feuille manuscrite recto verso, entre les pages 54 et 55, une feuille manuscrite recto verso, entre les feuilles 56 et 57, une feuille manuscrite recto verso. Hippolyte-Louis Royer-Collard est le fils d'Antoine-Athanase Collard et le neveu du philosophe et homme politique, Pierre-Paul Royer-Collard. Il sera titulaire de la Chaire d'hygiène de la Faculté de Médecine de Paris. Il a formé deux des plus grands aliénistes de la première moitié du XIXe siècle, Antoine Bayle et Louis Calmeil. Il est dans cette grande famille française, qui a fourni tant d'hommes politiques, de juristes et de médecins, le plus illustre des médecins. On joint également le MANUSCRIT AUTOGRAPHE de cette thèse. 106 grandes pages vélin à la cuve entièrement recouvertes d'une fine écriture à la plume, plus un quart de pages (un rajout qui liste les remerciements d'usage). Lui aussi protégé dans un étui. Provenance : Vente Loudmer & Le Fur du 16 juin 2011, expert Dagobert Asmara, lot n° 276 Très bon couverture souple Edition originale Signé par l'auteur

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        GLAD TIDINGS. "For the Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand" The Gospel is Preached, Not as is Commonly Supposed, Concerning the Church, Nor Concerning the Gospel Dispensation: but Concerning the Future State, after the Resurrection of the Dead, in the World to Come

      New - York:: Published by Daniel Appleton,. 1838.. 12mo, signed in 6s. 7-3/8" x 4-5/8". 1st edition (American Imprints 53488; Millerites & Early Adventists Sec. 2, R14:9). vi, [7] - 190 pp.. Original publisher's green ribbon-embossed cloth binding. Lacks printed title label to spine.. Average wear. Usual foxing to paper. 'Second Advent Library' book. label to blank page facing t.p. [no other library markings]. A VG. copy..

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        A Collection of Cases Overruled, Denied, Doubted, or Limited in Their Application, Taken from American and English Reports. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Cohen 5515

      Published by Wm. & A. Gould & Co. [etc.] Albany 1838 - Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, gilt, definite foxing and browning, else a good copy; with the ownership signature of Henry B Curtis on the title The much expanded, first revision of Greenleaf's unique work, its original preparation having led to "an intimacy of correspondence . . . between [Greenleaf] and Judge Story", who both contributed to it and "want[s] to get a copy and interleave it" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Paxton's Magazine of Botany and Register of Flowering Plants: Volume the Fifth

      London: W. S. Orr & Co., 1838. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. xii, 280pp. Contemporary half leather; spine gilt with titles and floral ornaments; marbles paper boards. With 49 engraved plates. 4 plates are or garden designs or ornaments; three of them are colored and all are moderately foxed. The remaininng plates are all of flowers, all are hand colored and two are folding plates. Many orchid species are represented. Most of the plates are in fine, unfoxed condition; in the few where there is foxing present, it is only a light spot or two and marginal. The tissue guard of one plate has partially stuck to the plate and the guard has torn; it can probably be removed without damage. THe binding is moderately worn but still presentable.

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        ITALY 1838: Manuscript journal (or perhaps a contemporary transcript of letters) of an unidentified officer on board H.M.S. 'Pembroke'.

      Not published, 1838.. The journal commencing: "Saturday 19th May 1838. 6 am. Slipped the Buoy in Malta Harbour & were taken in tow by the Rhadamanthus Steam Ship which towed us outside the Harbour & then returned for the rest of the Squadron consisting of the Princess Charlotte 104, Rodney 92, Vanguard 80 & Barham 50. Observed them all out of the harbour before 8. We made the signal to part company which was granted. Made sail under double reefed topsails, courses, jib & spanker it blowing a fresh breeze from N.N.W. the Admiral & Squadron were bound for Naples & our own destination was to the coast of Italy generally & perhaps to the coast of Spain, on (I believe) a cruise of observation. We were to go to Leghorn & Genoa & rejoin the Fleet at Naples, so said report. The object of our mission was to look after and intercept some vessels which were said to be fitting out in some of the northern ports of Italy for the purpose of assisting Don Carlos with arms & munitions of war ......".73-pages, 4to (9¼ x 7½ inches), circa 15,000 words. Contemporary half calf, marbled boards; spine split and chipped. 19th May - 24th October 1838. The last leaf signed with initials "R.T." and dated August 17th 1839. The first leaf with initials "T.R.H." For further transcripts from this journal please enquire.

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        Letter addressed to a friend, Sarah signed by William Edward Parry

      London: Sir William Edward PARRY, [1838]. No binding. Very Good+. Autograph Letter signed, dated Admiralty, 1st June [n.d.] (likely between 1836 when Parry was employed at the Admiralty, and 1839, when his wife, Bella, died) addressed to a friend, Sarah. 32 lines on two 8vo pages, approx. 5x7 inches, hinged on the left with linen onto a larger album page, very good condition. A friendly letter: "Dear Sarah, I am charged with Bella's letter to get franked, and I will not let it go without one line from myself to assure you how much we long to see you, and that we have this morning at breakfast, made a regular arrangement for your coming to see us, and we do hope that you will give us that pleasure. We are delightfully situated, close to the Zoological Gardens, and you shall sit up all night, if you like it, to hear the beasts roar & howl! But seriously, we shall depend upon your coming to see us, and I think we can make it agreeable to you for a week, tho' we are not gay people, and cannot promise you public amusements. Believe me, dear Sarah, your affecte. Friend, W. Parry. , Sir William Edward Parry [1790 - 1855] was an English rear-admiral and Arctic explorer, who in 1827 attempted one of the earliest expeditions to the North Pole. He reached 82°45 North latitude, setting the record for human exploration farthest North that stood for nearly five decades before being surpassed at 83°20 26 by Albert Hastings Markham in 1875-1876.

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        Af en endnu levendes Papirer. Udgivet mod hans Villie af S. Kjerkegaard (sic!).

      C.A. Reitzel, København 1838. 8°. X+(2)+79 sider. Indbundet ubeskåret i et smukt, moderne halvbind af rødt gedeskind med rig, tidstypisk rygforgyldning. Bindet sign. Henning Jensen og forgyldning sign. Hagel Olsen. Meget ren indvendig.. Himmelstrup 6. Originaludgaven af Kierkegaards første bog. Antagelig trykt i 525 eksemplarer. Bogen er en nedsablende afhandling om H.C. Andersen, foranlediget af dennes roman "Kun en Spillemand" med den forbavsende, klartskuende karakteristik: "Andersens første Potens maa snarere sammenlignes med de Blomster, hvor Han og Hun sidde paa samme Stengel" (p. 44). Yderst sjælden i denne stand.** First edition of Kierkegaard´s first publication, an essay about Hans Christian Andersen as a writer of novels. Kierkegaard is quite harsh against Andersen, presenting a most interesting characteristic of him: "Andersen .. could be compared to those flowers which carry both a male and a female part on the same stalk". Bound untrimmed in a beautiful, modern half binding of maroquin, with richly gilt spine

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        Atlante di geografia universale, preceduto da un vocabolario de' nomi tecnici della geografia, corredato di specchi statistici delle divisioni politiche della terra, ed arricchito d'illustrazioni e di una bilancia politica del globo

      Vincenzo Battelli 1838 Bellissimo atlante ottocentesco del rinomato geografo e cartografo. 68 tavole complessive f.t., molte delle quali ripiegate, sia in b.n. che in bella colorirura acquarellata coeva. Le sezioni dell'atlante sono: Cosmografia, Geografia fisica, Storia della geografia dai tempi biblici ed omerici infino alla scoperta del Nuovo Continente, Geografia statistica: bilancia politica del globo e saggio di statistica di alcuni reami d' Europa, con 30 carte geografiche con bandiere dei vari paesi colorate a mano.

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        Nuovo dizionario siciliano - Italiano

      Tipografia del Giornale Letterario/ Stamp. Oretea 1838 - 1844 Compilato da una società di persone di lettere - in 8° - pp.636 + 474 + 63 (Appendice) - Pelle - Due volumi - Testo dispsosto su due colonne - Legatura recente - Nota di appartenenza e timbro ai frontespizi. Aloni d'acqua ad alcune pagine

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        The Beauties of the Bosphorus. Illustrated in a series of Views of Costantinople and its environs, from drawing by William H. Bartlett.

      London, George Virtue, 1838. 1838 In-4° (278x210mm), pp. (6), 164, (2), legatura coeva p. pelle rossa con anfore impresse a secco al centro dei piatti entro bordure ornamentali polilobate impresse in nero. Titolo e fregi ornamentali in oro e a secco al dorso, tagli dorati. Doppio frontespizio, uno a stampa e uno inciso su acciaio con veduta. Un ritratto dell'autrice inciso su acciaio all'antiporta, 78 tavv. di suggestive vedute di Istanbul e del Bosforo incise su acciaio f.t. e una mappa in fine degli "Environs of Costantinople, with the Thracian Bosphorus"; le tavv. sono incise da vari artisti da invenzione di William Henry Bartlett. Rinfreschi alla legatura, all'interno qualche leggera brunitura. Etichetta di un bouquiniste del Cairo. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione di questo bel resoconto di viaggio in Turchia, ricco di osservazioni sugli usi e costumi, la geografia, la religione, etc. Le successive edizioni dell'opera furono pubblicate sotto il titolo "Picturesque Europe" (1854 e 1874). Julia Pardoe (Beverley, Yorkshire, 1806-1862), viaggiatrice britannica, si era recata in Turchia nel 1835 in compagnia di suo padre per trovare giovamento ai suoi problemi di salute in un clima più caldo. Il Bartlett (Kentish Towne, 1809-in mare, nel corso di una traversata tra Malta e Marsiglia, 1854) fu pittore e disegnatore, illustratore di molti volumi di viaggio, attivo in Egitto, in Siria, in Palestina, negli Stati Uniti, da non confondere con un suo omonimo che espose tra il 1831 e il 1833 alla Royal Academy. Atabey, 922. Blackmer, 1254. Robinson, p. 190. BLC, 246, 438. Sul Bartlett, Thieme / Becker, II, 554.

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        Nuovo prospetto delle scienze economiche ossia somma totale delle idee teoriche e pratiche in ogni ramo d'amministrazione privata e pubblica divise in altrettante classi unite in sistema ragionato e generale da Melchiorre Gioja. Tomo primo (-secondo)

      Presso Giuseppe Ruggia 1838-39 6 voll. in 8, pp. pp. XXVII-382 con 1 tav. rip. in fine + pp. 399 + pp. 422 e 4 tabelle rip. f.t. + pp. 415 con 1 tav. rip. in fine + pp. 482 + pp. 475 (ma 575) con 1 tav. rip. in fine. M. pl. coeva con tasselli e fr.  oro al d. Qualche brunitura. Errori di num. Ottimo esemplare di questa edizione che segue, aggiornandola quella del 1815. Il Gioja viene considerato un dittatore per quanto riguarda la cultura economica in Italia, proprio con quest'opera volle riassumere tutto cio vche si era scritto e pensato in materia di economia, finanza e amministrazione. Per quanto bravo nell'analisi, cade nella cavillosità delle sue critiche, alcune stucchevoli quali quelle di voler trovare incongruenze nelle teorie di economisti stranieri come Smith e Say in omaggio ad un supposto primato degli studiosi stranieri. Cossa, Introduzione...p. 506.   ITA

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        Syria, the Holy Land, Asia Minor, &c. illustrated. In a series of views drawn from nature by W. H Bartlett, William Purser, &c. With description of the plates by John Carne, Esq..

      London, Paris & America, Fisher, Son, & Co., (1836 - 1838). 1838 3 parti con autonomo frontespizio e autonoma numerazione in un vol. in-4° (288x220mm), pp. (4), 80; 76; 100, (4); bella legatura del tempo p. pelle rossa con anfore floreali impresse in oro al centro dei piatti entro filettature e bordure ornamentali plurime impresse in oro. Dorso a 5 nervi con titolo in oro entro tassello, ricchissimi fregi ornamentali e floreali in oro entro scomparti. Tagli dorati, unghie decorate in oro. 3 carte geografiche incise su acciaio f.t., una in principio delle rispettive parti; doppio frontespizio per ciascuna parte, di cui uno a stampa e uno inciso su acciaio con veduta; 36 vedute alla prima parte, 36 alla seconda e 45 alla terza parte, disegnate ed incise su acciaio dal Bartlett, dal Purser e, nella terza parte, da Thomas Allom. Piccoli restauri alle cerniere. Bellissimo esemplare. Prima edizione di questo magnifico resoconto ottocentesco di viaggi nei territori della Siria, del Libano e dell'attuale Israele. Blackmer, 291. Atabey, 199. Röhricht, 1690. Weber, 1125. Tobler, 167.

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        Delle prigioni e del loro migliore ordinamento. Trattato. Seconda edizione

      Stamperia e Cartiera del Fibreno 1838 In 8, pp. 315 + (1b) + (2) con 6 tavv. in lit. f.t. con prospetti architettonici e piante di famosi edifici carcerari di Gand, Pittsburg, New York e Filadelfia. Bruniture sparse. Br. ed. Seconda ed. (la prima uscì nel 1837) di questo importante trattato del maggior riformatore delle carceri del Regno delle Due Sicilie. Volpicella, sociologo, venne incaricato da Ferdinando II di prendere informazioni sul sistema carcerario in Europa e nel mondo. Volpicella utilizzò come fonte principale le opere di John Howard, che, alla fine del Settecento, intraprese un vero e proprio viaggio alla scoperta dei maggiori luoghi di detenzione europei. Nella prima parte del trattato l'A. passa in rassegna le prigioni dei principali paesi (Inghilterra, Scozia, Irlanda, Svezia, Danimarca, Prussia, Polonia, Olanda, Francia, Svizzera, Spagna, Portogallo). Secondo l'A., che segue la cosiddetta "teoria dell'intimidazione", il modo più efficace per tenere gli uomini lontani da questi luoghi, e quindi prevenire la criminalità, è l'associare al carcere l'immagine di posto spaventoso e orribile. A tal fine devono essere costruiti in luoghi isolati e quasi inaccessibili, le "mura nere e massicce, le porte ferrate e chiuse, niuna finestra e poche feritoie di fuori", anche se dentro "siano comode e sanissime". Al prigioniero deve essere assolutamente vietato l'incontro con parenti e amici. Tuttavia, per non recidere completamente i legami con la famiglia, al detenuto si possono dare notizie dei parenti "ma non troppo frequentemente e per modo che una simile licenza possa talvolta parer un favore conceduto a quelli che nella loro prigionia danno buoni segni di ravvedimento".Prevale l'ottica che vede nell'istituzione carceraria un luogo "di purgazione e di emenda" in cui "un ragionato soffrire dee attuar i malvagi pensieri e le inconsiderate voglie, e i costumi emendare". L'A. spiega quindi i metodi con cui si può aiutare il detenuto a pentirsi: in primo luogo non gli devono essere continuamente rammentate le sue colpe passate, anzi "fa d'uopo aver cura attentissima di niente fare o dire che le cause possa ricordar loro di quella infermità o l'infermità stessa e i suoi miserabili effetti". Utile sarebbe anche istituire delle funzioni religiose all'entrata e all'uscita del carcerato per cominciare ad "implorare l'aiuto divino" per chi entra e come forma di ringraziamento per chi esce. Anche il lavoro può diventare un efficace strumento di redenzione, poiché insegna l'ordine e la disciplina, allontanando dall'ozio quanti potrebbero peggiorare ulteriormente trascorrendo una vita inerte e inoperosa. Per quanto riguarda le punizioni da sottoporre ai carcerati, i Direttori "come veri padri di famiglia" sono in diritto di comminarle. La punizione deve domare gli spiriti irrequieti ma non nuocere alla sanità del corpo né avvilire l'anima. A seconda del tipo di infrazione commessa, Volpicella individua una punizione adatta: chi disobeddisce può essere tenuto in camere buie per qualche giorno o ricevere solo pane e acqua; chi è pigro al lavoro può essere obbligato a girare la ruota del mulino; a colui che non osserva il silenzio può essere lasciato in bocca per qualche ora un pezzo di legno; l'atto di violenza deve essere punito con il corpetto di forza o con la "repressione verticale", che consiste nel legare il prigioniero al muro impedendogli i movimenti. Saggio di grande interesse, che testimonia la particolare anomalia italiana in campo carcerario, legata alla sua arretratezza in campo industriale. In Italia, infatti, è venuta a mancare quella fase storica in cui l?istituzione penitenziaria ha svolto una funzione di addestramento al lavoro di fabbrica e di controllo del mercato della forza lavoro. In Italia, il carcere, si è immediatamente adeguato alla funzione deterrente e terroristica. Cfr. Neppi Modona, La scienza e la colpa, p. 58. ITA

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        Turin a la portée de l'étranger ou Description des palais, édifices et monumens de science et d'art qui se toruvent dans cette Ville et ses environs, avec indication de ses agrandissemens et embellissemens et de tout ce qui intéresse la curiosité....

      Turin, Chez les Frères Reycens, 1838.In-16° (165x102mm), pp. XV, 470, (1) bianca, bellissima cartonatura originale a stampa. Catalogo editoriale impresso al piatto di tergo. Frontespizio inciso con titolo entro svolazzi. Complessive 22 tavv. f.t. incise su rame da Luigi Valperga e da Alessandro Rivelanti (15 sono le tavv. firmate) su invenzione di Marco Nicolosino, raffiguranti le più belle ville, palazzi e castelli della città di Torino e dei suoi dintorni; l'ultima tav., ripiegata in fine, è una carta generale della città con indicazione dei suoi ampliamenti urbanistici. Le tavole, scrive la Peyrot, sono ristampate con l'impiego degli stessi rami impressi nel 1825 per l'album "Vues de la Ville de Turin" e sono le stesse già presenti nell'edizione originale del 1826, "collocate di contro alle medesime pagine". Sono aggiunte, in questa ristampa, la veduta prospettica della Gran Madre all'antiporta, la veduta prospettica di piazza Vittorio Emanuele (l'attuale piazza Vittorio Veneto) a fronte della p. 190 e la veduta prospettica della piazza del Re (oggi piazza Carlo Felice) dinanzi alla p. 191. "La veduta di Superga e la pianta topografica sono collocate rispettivamente di contro alle pagine 316 e 454, invece che di contro al frontespizio e alla p. 338 come nell'edizione del 1826. La 22a veduta è quella del castello di Racconigi" (Peyrot). Bellissimo stato conservativo, a parte qualche brunitura minima e alcune macchioline ininfluenti al piatto anteriore. Seconda edizione, ampliata rispetto alla prima del 1826 (che comprendeva 18 tavv. f.t.). Peyrot, "Torino nei secoli", II, 380 (la dà con la data del 1834). Manca al Manno. Cfr. Collez. Simeom, G 11. Bovolato, "Archivio Storico", p. 310. Lozzi, 5406, note. NUC, vol. 443, p. 69.

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        Four Years in Paraguay: Comprising an Account of that Republic, Under the Dictator Francia. In Two Volumes (with) Vol III. Francia's Reign of Terror. Being a Sequel to Letters on Paraguay

      Lon., 1838, 1839.. b/w frontispieces, folding hand colored map. First edition, with the first edition of the third volume which was printed a year later. Written as a series of letters from two Scottish merchants about the country - including coastal and river navigation - and about the political turmoil that occurred there as General Gaspar Francia ruthlessly carved out an independent Paraguay. “They contain some striking descriptions of the state of the country and of the curious events which were taking place. They were popular works in their day and left a strong impress upon popular opinion.” - Larned 4087. The authors were astute and sophisticated observers (one section is headed “Malthusian Economy”) who actually witnessed most of the events they report on. See also Sabin 71963, 71964. Beautifully bound by Riviere in Half morocco over boards, all edges gilt. A Fine set.

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        Gockel, Hinkel, Gakeleja. Mährchen, wieder erzählt.

      Mit getöntem Titelblatt in Or.-Lithographie, und 14 getönten Or.-Lithographien von Strixner nach Brentano u. K. Braun. XIV, 346 S. Neues, im zeitgenöss. Stil, in braunem Halbleder mit Lederecken, mit teils vergoldetem Rücken, gebundenes Exemplar. Goed. VI, 62, 43; Mallon 112; Rümann 130. - EA. Berühmtes Märchen, nach Brentanos (= Hauptvertreter der sogenannten Heidelberger Romantik) eigenen Entwürfen illustriert u. dem "Großmütterchen" (=d.i. Marianne v. Willemer) zugeeignet. Unbeschnittenes, breitrandiges, minim. angebräuntes, sauberes Exemplar! (2 Seiten stärker) 2 Tafeln im w. Rand mit Japanpapier ausgebessert wie auch wenige Randrisse im lith. Titelbl. davon 3 bis in die Darst. gehend. Vortitelbl. mit längerem Besitzervermerk aus dem Jahre 1903.

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        Storia della Valtellina, dieci libri in 2 voll.

      Tipografia Elvetica 1838 in 16°, pp. 388, 1, 3 b.; 414, 2 b.; bross. edit. ill. da cornici silografiche; opera rara e ricca di notizie sulle origini della valle, la popolazione, la storia, le coltivazioni, i prodotti ed i vini tipici, pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1716. Graesse IV, p. 127; esemplare in barbe con solo lievi fior. 459/24

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        MEMOIRS Of JOSEPH GRIMALDI

      London:: Richard Bentley,. 1838.. 8vo. 1st edition, 1st issue (Eckel, p. 140). 2 volumes.. Original publisher's later-issue brown cloth with elaborate gilt stamping to spine (professionally recased).. Gilt bright. A solid Very Good set.. Frontis & 12 plates by Cruikshank.

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        Institutes of the Numismatic Society of London

      J Moyes, U.K., 1838. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. 439 pages, size 8.75 inches tall by 5.75 inches. Well Illustrated and with Tables. Contents : Institutes of the Numismatic Society pages 1-20; Proceedings of the Numismatic Society pages 1-28; Proceedings Of The Numismatic Society 1836-37 General Meeting pages 1-52; Proceedings Of The Numismatic Society 1837-38 Ordinary Meetings pages 95 -216; Proceedings Of The Numismatic Society 1837-38 The President's Address pages 217-256; Proceedings Of The Numismatic Society 1838-39 Ordinary Meetings pages 256-414; Catalogue Of The Library Of The Numismatic Society Of London July 1840 pages 415-427; List Of The Numismatic Society Of London pages 429-439. Book - in Good half leather and marbled paper covered boards with gilt lettering and decoration to the spine - some wearing to the leather, some loss and surface rubbing to the marble paper and fading to the gilt decoration, library reference number to the bottom of the spine but no other signs of being an ex library book. Contents, some surface loss to the marble faced front paste down, light browning to the endpapers, faint pencil annotation to the free front end paper, small amount of marginal loss to pages 191/192 not affecting text otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. Appears to have belonged to Charles Roach Smith, his signature to the title page, a noted Antiquary, expert on Roman London & with a long association with the Institutes of the Numismatic Society of London. A RARE Title. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Antiques & Collectibles; Inventory No: 000463.

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        Des classes dangereuses de la population dans les grandes villes, et des moyens de les rendre meilleures.

      Ouvrage récompensé en 1838, par l'Institute de France (Academie des sciences morales et politiques). Par H. A. Frégier. 1-2. Paris, J. B. Bailliére, 1840. 8vo. xi,+ (1),+ 435; (4),+ 527,+ (1) pp. Minor spotting in part one. Well preserved contemporary half calf, finely gilt spines, red marbled boards and blue marbled spines. Two volumes. Some stain on spines. From the library of Ericsberg, with book plate of Carl Jedvard Bonde. Einaudi 2293. Kress C.5176. First edition. Antoine-Honore Frégier (1789-1860). A treatise on the condition of the lower classes, especially in Paris, where the author worked as an official. To deal with the problems of thefts, prostitution etc., he argues for social and economic reforms, as raising of wages, improved educational systems, prison reform etc

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        The Beauties of the Bosphorus... Illustrated in a series of views of Constantinople and its environs from original drawings by William H. Bartlett.

      164 pp. + 81 lvs. Sm. 4to. Three quarter dark green morocco over marbled boards, boards ruled in gilt, five raised bands ruled in gilt, four compartments with floral gilt decorations, two with gilt titles, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. First edition. Illus. with 81 steel engravings: port. frontis, title page vignette, 78 view plates, and 1 map. Atabey 922; CBEL (3rd) IV: 1378; Blackmer Coll. 1254; Blackmer Lib. 888. "This work had much influence in terms of increasing popular appreciation of its subject, " (Blackmer Lib. p. 405). Very good, boards and extremities rubbed, owner's bookplate to free front endpaper, small faint semicircular stain to fore edge of first two preliminary leaves, tissue guard and engraved title foxed and offset, faint dampstain to lower inner corner, marginal only, scattered foxing to plates, nearly all marginal or on blank backs, otherwise plates are crisp, text clean, binding sold. A very handsome copy.

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        Der Bau der Erdrinde nach dem heutigen Standpunkte der Geognosie. La structure de l?écorce du globe géographiquement représentée selon l?état actuel de la géologie. The structure of the crust of the earth according to the present state of geology

      Verlag des Lithographischen Instituts der Rheinischen Friedrich Wilhelms Universitat und der Kaiserl. Leopoldinisch Carolinische Bonn: Verlag des Lithographischen Instituts der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität und der Kaiserl. Leopoldinisch-Carolinischen Akademie der Naturforscher, von Henry & Cohen,, 1838. The Earth?s Crust?Spectacular 9-Foot Geological ImageNoeggerath, [Johann] Jakob (1788-1877) and Joseph Burkart. Der Bau der Erdrinde nach dem heutigen Standpunkte der Geognosie. La structure de l?écorce du globe géographiquement représentée selon l?état actuel de la géologie. The structure of the crust of the earth according to the present state of geology. Hand-colored lithograph atlas consisting of 5 imperial folio plates glued together to make one continuous image, with text in German, French and English; accompanying text volume in photo-facsimile. Bonn: Verlag des Lithographischen Instituts der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität und der Kaiserl. Leopoldinisch-Carolinischen Akademie der Naturforscher, von Henry & Cohen, 1838. 50.5 cm. x 64.5 cm., with image unfolding to 292.5 cm. (approx. 9.5 feet); text measures 422 x 298 mm. Paste paper boards ca. 1838, spine repaired, slight wear, original lithographed front wrapper bound in; text volume in plain wrappers. Small library stamp and shelfmark on atlas front wrapper. Fine copy.First Edition of this stunning large-scale visual representation of the layers of the earth?s crust, prepared by mineralogist and geologist Jakob Noeggerath, director of the Museum of Natural History in Bonn and chief of the mining department at the city?s university. Noeggerath was the author of several important geological works, including Über aufrecht im Gebirgsgestein eingeschlossene fossile Baumstämme und andere Vegetabilien (1819-1821); Das Gebirge in Rheinland-Westphalen, nach mineralogischem und chemischem Bezuge (4 vol., 1822-1826); and Die Entstehung der Erde (1843).The atlas, which can be unfolded for display, is made up of five imperial folio hand-colored plates glued edge to edge to make a single large image. Geological features are labeled in German, French and English. The text volume, subtitled ?Erklärung der bildlichen Darstellung? [Explanation of the pictorial representation], is written primarily in German but provides French and English translations of the image?s section headings and geological terms. The text volume in our set is present in photocopy.There are several copies of Der Bau der Erdrinde in European libraries, but it is exceedingly rare in North America: when we checked, OCLC listed copies in only two U.S. institutions (Harvard University and University of Cincinnati). Our copy is noteworthy for preserving the atlas?s original decoratively printed front wrapper. 9500

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        Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. 4 volume set. (Volumes I - IV of the Naturalist's Library.)

      Edinburgh: W H Lizars, [1838].. Reprint. Brown half-leather cover with maroon boards. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Leather spine scuffed. 5 plates missing. 315pp; 409pp, 349pp; 313pp + plates :: 103 (of 108) hand-coloured plates :: 170mm x 110mm (7" x 4")

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        Af en endnu Levendes Papirer. Udgivet mod hans Villie.

      Kjøbenhavn, 1838. Rødt papbd. m. rygforgyldn. Ubeskåret, lidt brunplettet. X+79pp.. Originaludgaven af Kierkegaards debut, -værket i hvilket han skarpt kritiserer H.C. Andersen, og i hvilket inspirationen fra Poul Martin Møller (til hvem han dedikerede værket "Begrebet Angest" - den eneste uden for familien, der er blevet beæret med en trykt dedikation af Kierkegaard) formenlig er tydeligst at spore. Den specielle titel kan med en vis rimelighed siges at hentyde til en villet videreførelse af den beundrede og på tidspunktet for udgivelsen netop afdøde Poul Martin Møllers nærmest upublicerede produktion. Den "endnu Levende" skulle således være "Danmarks Gæde i Glæden over Danmark", "Mindet i den danske Sommer", Poul Martin Møller, den mand, der ved sin person har inspireret Kierkegaard mere end nogen anden. Himmelstrup 6.Uncut in a very nice later halfleatherbdg. of dark red morocco w. green marbled paper and dark red gilt leather-title-label on front board. Gilt lines to back. (Oscar Jacobsen). Some brownspotting. X + 79pp.First edition of Kierkegaard's first work; -the work in which he sharply critisizes Hans Christian Andersen and ridicules the genre of fairy tales in general

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        Gockel, Hinkel, Gakeleja. Mährchen, wieder erzählt.

      Mit getöntem Titelblatt in Or.-Lithographie, und 14 getönten Or.-Lithographien von Strixner nach Brentano u. K. Braun. XIV, 346 S. Neues, im zeitgenöss. Stil, in braunem Halbleder mit Lederecken, mit teils vergoldetem Rücken, gebundenes Exemplar. Goed. VI, 62, 43; Mallon 112; Rümann 130. - EA. Berühmtes Märchen, nach Brentanos (= Hauptvertreter der sogenannten Heidelberger Romantik) eigenen Entwürfen illustriert u. dem "Großmütterchen" (=d.i. Marianne v. Willemer) zugeeignet. Unbeschnittenes, breitrandiges, minim. angebräuntes, sauberes Exemplar! (2 Seiten stärker) 2 Tafeln im w. Rand mit Japanpapier ausgebessert wie auch wenige Randrisse im lith. Titelbl. davon 3 bis in die Darst. gehend. Vortitelbl. mit längerem Besitzervermerk aus dem Jahre 1903.

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        SNOBSON'S SEASONS

      1838. Very Good. PEAKE, R. B. SNOBSON'S SEASONS, being annals of Cockney sports. (London particular.) London: Published by M. A. Nattali, [1838]. First edition. 91 of 92 engraved caricatures poking fun at the misadventures of sporting men in the horse and hound set, amateur anglers, etc., by Robert Seymour, Dickens' first illustrator. The plates include two illustrated half- titles with the title "Seymour's Sketches." vii, 104 pp. Tall octavo, bound by Bayntun of Bath in green, three-quarter crushed morocco with marbled sides, gilt titling to spine ("Seymour's Sketches" and "Snobson's Seasons"), t.e.g. Bookplate to front pastedown. Binding shows some edgewear and is rubbed at joints, and sunned at spine and top edges. The plates are remarkably clean and bright with faint offsetting of plates to text. Very good overall. Robert Seymour (1800-1836) was a prolific illustrator and caricaturist. Although heavily influenced by Cruikshank's style, his original contribution to the genre was the routine of comic sportsmen from London having adventures in the country. Today he is most recognized for having provided the prototypes for the characters Pickwick and Winkle in the early installments of Charles Dickens' "Pickwick Papers" before his untimely death. Richard Brinsley Peake (1792-1847) was a productive and popular playwright, much valued for his dependability over the course of his forty-year career. One of his many contributions to the theatre was "Presumption, or, The Fate of Frankenstein" (1824), the first dramatic adaptation of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein." He was also a prolific family man who, to paraphrase his own self assessment, though never idle, was often poor. In the 1830s and 1840s he began to publish in periodicals for vital extra cash. "Snobson's Seasons" is a light-hearted history of cockney sports. References: D.N.B.; Houfe, 296; Benezit; Westwood & Satchell, 193. Scare, only two copies at auction in over 30 years.

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        SIX MONTHS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA; With Some Account of Port Philip and Portland Bay, in Australia Felix; With Advice to Emigrants; To Which is Added a Monthly Calendar of Gardening and Agriculture. Adapted to the Climate and Seasons

      London:: J. Cross,, 1838. First Edition. Very Good+. A Very Good+ hardback First Edition in the original green cloth binding with gilt lettering front cover. Mild foxing few pages. Owner stamp front paste-down. Folding map frontispiece. Second engraved map at p. 99. Four page unnumbered postscript at page 208. Sm. 8vo. 295, [4 Advertisements] pp. Scarce.

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        Wat_Che_Mon_Ne, An Ioway Chief

      F.W. Greenough Philadelphia: F.W. Greenough, 1838. unbound. very good. J.T. Bowen. Portrait. Lithograph with original hand coloring. Page measures 19.25" x 13.75". Beautiful portrait from the folio edition of McKenney and Hall's "History of the Indian Tribes of North America". As Superintendent of the Indian Trade Bureau, Thomas McKenney wanted to document the rapidly disappearing culture of the American natives. He activated the project, sponsored by the War Department, by commissioning writer James Hall and Charles Bird King, a renowned American portraitist. King painted the prominent Indians while they visited Washington D.C. as treaty delegates. Most of the original oil paintings were destroyed by fire in the Smithsonian Museum in 1865. These lithographs, published 1842-58, are all that remain and are still hailed as one of the best visual records of influential Native Americans of the nineteenth century. Wat-Che-Mon-Ne, also known as the Orator, was known for his peacemaking between warring tribes. Overall toning and offsetting. Slight tape residue along top edge and light scattered staining. One piece from our collection of Native American portraits.

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        WYKEHAMICAL SCORES, FROM THE YEAR 1825.

      Robbins and Wheeler, Winchester 1838 (1847). . 8vo, pp(2),30136. Blue paper covered boards, with paper label on front cover. Spine splitting. With the bookplate of A.E.Winder. Padwick 1565. Padwick notes that there were various editions of this book published between 1838 and 1851 with updated scores, all of which retained the title-page dated 1838. This edition is not noted by Padwick. This copy contains interesting correspondence between a previous owner and the librarian at Winchester College. The ownership of this volume can be traced back to A.C.McKay, who sold it to Winder in 1978 for £12. It then appeared in the catalogue of his collection when it was sold at Christie's in 1985, making £10 in conjunction with other books. The purchaser was John McKenzie, who then sold it. It then disappeared into a private collection until 2007, when it appeared in another Christie's sale.

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

      Richard Bentley London: Richard Bentley, 1838. First Edition. Three octavo volumes. First issue, with "Boz" on title page of all three volumes and "Fireside" plate at p.312 of volume III. 4pp. of publisher's ads at end of volume I. Half-titles present in volumes I & II; lacking in volume 3, where the advertising leaf appears in lieu of half-title. Volume I includes the leaf of instructions for placement of plates (often lacking). 24 inserted leaves of plates by George Cruikshank. Publisher's deep brown cloth, faded to tan on spines; cream yellow endpapers; page edges untrimmed; brief (1/8") mended tear to cloth at crown of volume I; volumes I & III faded at upper extremities of boards; still a clean, complete, and entirely unsophisticated set, texts unmarked with scattered faint foxing; Very Good. Attractive, unrestored copy of this Dickens masterwork, noted by Self as "the first English novel to feature a young child as protagonist." Begun as a serial in Bentley's Miscellany, the book was issued prior to the story's completion in the magazine. Later issues replace "Boz" with "Charles Dickens" on title page and replace the "Fireside" illustration, which Dickens disliked, with a graveside scene.

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        Charles Dickens The Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi Edited by Boz Rare 2 Volume Book First Edition 1838 Edited By "Boz"

      Charles Dickens The Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi Edited by Boz Rare 2 Volume Book First Edition 1838___The First Edition is selling this extremely scarce Charles Dickens 2 volume first edition of The Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi from 1838.___Both volumes are lavishly bound in brown leather with gilt lettering and borders to the front and back boards. Both boards are in fine condition.___The running order of Volume 1 is as follows: Frontispiece illustration of Joseph Grimaldi; Title Page; Reverse of Title Page blank (as required); Contents pages - first unnumbered with the others numbered VI, VII VIII and IX (as required) - with page IX blank (as required); nine pages of an Introductory Chapter, the first page of which is unnumbered with the other pages numbered XII to XIX, with the last page dated "Doughty Street, February 1838", with the reverse of page XIX blank (as required). This volume has 288 numbered pages, top edge gilt, with 7 illustrations by George Cruikshank - see the Frontispiece and opposite pages 16, 20, 68, 156, 182, 238. Please note that all plates bears the full name of George Cruikshank and has the publisher's imprint: "London. Published by Richard Bentley, 1838". The pages are extraordinarily clean with only light spotting and occasional spotting. The pages are in Very Good condition___The running order of Volume 2 is as follows: Half Title with an imprint on the reverse; blank page; Frontispiece; Title Page, the reverse of which is blank (as required); 5 pages of Contents of the Second Volume the first page unnumbered and the others numbered VI, VII, VIII and IX, with the reverse to the last page blank (as required). This volume has 263 numbered pages, top edge gilt, with 6 illustrations by George Cruikshank - see the Frontispiece and opposite pages 38, 42, 88, 148, 238. Please note that all plates bears the full name of George Cruikshank and has the publisher's imprint: "London. Published by Richard Bentley, 1838". As per Volume 1 the pages are in extraordinarily clean condition with light and occasional spotting, and a small hole to the bottom of the plate opposite page 238 which does not affect the image and is small. The pages are in Very Good condition.___This is an extremely attractive 2 volume set of the first edition of The Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi and an extremely early work by Charles Dickens who uses his pen name for both Volumes as Boz.

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        Ong Pa Ton Ga: Chief Of The Omahas

      F.W. Greenough Philadelphia: F.W. Greenough, 1838. unbound. very good. J.T. Bowen. Portrait. Lithograph with original hand coloring. Page measures 19 x 13.75". Beautiful portrait from the folio edition of McKenney and Hall's "History of the Indian Tribes of North America". As Superintendent of the Indian Trade Bureau, Thomas McKenney wanted to document the rapidly disappearing culture of the American natives. He activated the project, sponsored by the War Department, by commissioning writer James Hall and Charles Bird King, a renowned American portraitist. King painted the prominent Indians while they visited Washington D.C. as treaty delegates. Most of the original oil paintings were destroyed by fire in the Smithsonian Museum in 1865. These lithographs, published 1842-58, are all that remain and are still hailed as one of the best visual records of influential Native Americans of the nineteenth century. Ong Pa Ton Ga is remembered for his poignant words at the funeral of an elderly Sioux chief in 1815. This funeral, which showed great respect to the Sioux, had been arranged by General William Clark, the Indian superintendent from St. Louis. Light overall toning and offsetting. Chip to lower left corner. Slight tape residue along top and bottom edges. One of many Native American portraits in our collection.

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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

      Kelso: Alex Leadbetter, 1838.. Very 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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        Éléments de Paléographie pour servir a l'étude des documents inédits sur l'histoire de France publiés par ordre du roi et par les soins du Ministre de l'Instruction Publique (2 vols)

      Imprimerie Royale 1838. In French. Ex Inner Temple library, London. Rebound 2004 in marbled boards to match the marble page edges. Vol 1 xii+716pp. Vol 2 iv+452pp. Rebound. Water stains to the plates, no adhesion - pages open freely. A few small red stamps are scattered through the volumes from the library. Offered by a member of the PBFA.

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        The Arabian Nights` Entertainment:

      Consisting of One Thousand And One Stories. In four volumes. London: Cowie, Jolland, And Co., 31 Poultry. 1838. 8:o. xii,340; iv,328; (4),328; (4),384 pages. Contemporary red full longgrained marocco. Spine gilt and black labels. Line in gilt and blind on boards. Edges on boards gilt. Slightly rubbed. 16,5 x 10,5 cm.. Page xi/xii in volume I misbound after title

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