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        Des Maladies Mentales considérées sous les rapports médical, hygiénique et médico-légal...

      2 vols. Paris: Chez J. B. Balliere, 1838. 2 vols., 8vo., xviii, 678 pp., 864 pp., 27 plates. Contemporary quarter calf, marbled boards, blue speckled edges. Some rubbing to boards with corners slightly bent inward, internally bright; very good. First edition. The plates are usually bound in a seperate volume, here they are bound in text. Considered one of the first modern textbooks on psychiatry. Written by the doctor who operated the hospital at Charenton, the asylum best known for its inmate the Marquis de Sade. Gives portraits of various inmates and their particular ailments. Brunet II 7319.

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        Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi

      1838. First Edition . (DICKENS, Charles). Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by Boz. With illustrations by George Cruikshank. London: Richard Bentley, 1838. Two volumes. Octavo, original embossed pink cloth, uncut. Housed in custom chemises and slipcases. $2250.First edition, first issue, with frontispiece portrait and the 12 original Cruikshank plates, in the scarce first-issue binding.CruikshankÂ’s illustrations for the Memoirs “make those by ‘Phiz,Â’ the commonly acknowledged illustrator of Dickens, seem tame in conception and feeble in drawingÂ… Cruikshank etched as Dickens wrote. Both were townsmen to the core and cockneys to their fingertips. London leaps to life through their art” (James, 29). While Boz is only credited as the editor of the Memoirs, “Richard Bentley, the publisher of the bookÂ… stated that Dickens wrote much of this work” (Eckel, 140). First issue, with the frontispiece portrait of Grimaldi by Greatbatch, 36-page publisherÂ’s catalogue, and the first state of the final plate, “The Last Song,” which appears without the border; in first issue binding of embossed pink cloth. Eckel, 140-41. Cohn 237. Bookplates, early gift inscription.Tear to blank rear flyleaf of Volume I, staining and wear to scarce embossed pink cloth. A very good copy.

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        Oliver Twist

      Richard Bentley 1838 - Three volumes, first edition, first issue, with "Boz" as author and "fireside" plate in Vol. 3. Rebound in handsome decorated leather binding. Repair to hinge in volume 1, volume 2 has some pages cut at the bottom, not affecting text. With the bookplate of Ralph Clutton, probably Rev. Ralph Clutton, vicar of Horsted Keynes, whose family later created a prominent real estate business still in operation today. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lo spirito delle leggi con le annotazioni dell'abate Antonio Genovesi.

      Milano, per Giovanni Silvestri, 1838, quattro volumi in-8vo legature coeve in mezza pelle con titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, pp. LXIII-391-(2) + 456-(2) + 440-(2) + 337-(2) con un ritratto xilografico di Montesquieu in antiporta. Bella copia, in buone condizioni.

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        Méthode Complète pour le Flute Dédiée à Monsieur Roslin d'Ivry...; Revue & Augmentée par L.A. Hugot. Nouvelle Edition

      Paris: A. Petit [PN 1244], [1825-1838]. Folio. Contemporary boards. 1f. (title incorporating a fine engraved vignette depicting a male figure playing the flute standing next to a head-and-shoulders bust of Devienne by C. Heu), 169 pp. Engraved. With illustrations of the flute, numerous fingering charts and musical examples throughout. Includes 12 duets and 6 sonatas for two flutes by Devienne; pages 154-169 with18 short solos and 6 duets by Hugot. Binding quite worn, lacking spine, partially detached. Slightly worn, foxed and stained; a few leaves frayed and soiled at lower edges; several tears repaired. This edition not in Miller or Warner. OCLC (a later printing of 1860). Not located in BNF. Devienne and Hugot were both prominent flutists and teachers. The present work is one of the most influential flute methods, offering insight into flute technique and performance practice, particularly late 18th century articulation; this "new edition" includes additional material not found in earlier editions.

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        Beiträge zur Phytogenesis.

      Berlin: Veit et Comp. 1838. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. In: Archiv für Anatomie, Physiologie und wissenschaftliche Medicin 5, Heft 2 (1838), pp 137-76. Includes two etched and aquatint plates (nos. III and IV) on one folding sheet. Berlin: Veit et Comp., 1838. 8vo (209x128 mm). Whole volume: [2], cxcviii, 608 pp. 16 plates on 15 sheets. Pp. 605-8 bound before p.1 . Contemporary marbled boards, rebacked and repaired. Light browning, occasional faint spotting. Provenance: Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle Paris (stamps to general title-page). A fine copy of an exceedingly rare paper, only one other copy is recorded to have appeared at auctions in the past 50 years (Norman sale, 1998, offprint issue, $18,400). Both, PMM and Sparrow list the journal issue. ----PMM 307a; Sparrow 175; Norman 1907 (offprint issue); Hughes, History of Cytology, 37ff; Garrison-Morton 112; DSB XII, p.173-174. - THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION of Schleiden's enunciation of his cell theory, in which he stated that the cell is the basic unit of plant life. A well-to-do botany professor who gave up academia to devote himself full-time to a successful career as lecturer and writer of popular scientific works, Schleiden made a name for himself through the present paper, which provoked wide discussion and was quickly translated into French and English. Schleiden was the first to postulate that plant tissue is composed of aggregates of individual cells, and attempted in this article to describe the development of the vegetable cell. His mistaken view based on a theory "as old as the study of the cell itself" (DSB), was that the cell develops from a nucleus or "cytoblast' which crystallizes within an amorphous primary liquid composed of sugar, gum and mucous. Although this theory of spontaneous generation of the cell was erroneous, Schleiden's work marked an important stage in the development of modem cell theory. A year later Theodor Schwann was to bring it one step further with his conclusion that cells were the basic unit of animal as well as plant life, and the two are generally regarded as co-founders of the cell or Schleiden-Schwann theory. Near Fine.

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        THE NEW DOMESTIC COOKERY, or the Housewife's Sure Guide; Containing Complete Instructions for Cooking every description of Viands with Cheapness and Elegance.

      Derby Thomas Richardson; Simpkin Marshall and Co. London no date circa 1838 - FIRST EDITION circa 1838, pamphlet, approximately 185 x 100 mm, 7¼ x 4 inches, folding hand coloured frontispiece, pages: [1-3], 4-24, lacks the printed wrappers, rebound in modern quarter calf, gilt lettered label and gilt rules to spine, marbled boards with dividing gilt rule, new endpapers. A little age-browning and spotting throughout, otherwise a very good copy of a scarce cookery pamphlet, mostly on meat and fish with a few recipes for puddings. The title page gives references to the various illustrations on the frontispiece. See William Cagle, A Matter of Taste, page 647, No. 897: "Unrecorded in the bibliographies consulted and no other copies with this imprint located". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Paris. 1838. - [4],392pp. Original pink wrappers, paper label. Minor spine wear, rear wrapper mostly lacking. Minor soiling and near fine internally. Untrimmed and unopened. In a half morocco box. A work of primary importance for the American Southwest, the "first appearance in any language of the chief source on Coronado's expedition, previously known of only from meager accounts found in Ramusio, Herrera, Gomara and Venegas. Coronado and his men were, aside from De Vaca, the first Europeans to visit Texas, and preceded all others into New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado" - Howes. This work, which is complete on its own, was first issued a volume in the impressive collection of French translations of early histories of Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Florida, and more, assembled by Henri Ternaux- Compans, the first major collector of Americana. The scion of a French family who had made a fortune in the wool trade, Ternaux-Compans collected vigorously in the two decades after the end of the Napoleonic Wars, publishing a catalogue of his collection in 1837, the same year he began publishing the series. This is the more desirable volume, in original condition. HOWES C224a, "aa."

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      Paris, 1838. [4],392pp. Original pink wrappers, paper label. Minor chipping to front wrapper, minor spine wear, rear wrapper mostly lacking. Minor soiling, else near fine internally. Untrimmed and unopened. In a half red morocco and marbled boards box, spine gilt. A work of primary importance for the American Southwest, the "first appearance in any language of the chief source on Coronado's expedition, previously known of only from meager accounts found in Ramusio, Herrera, Gomara and Venegas. Coronado and his men were, aside from De Vaca, the first Europeans to visit Texas, and preceded all others into New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado" - Howes. This work, which is complete on its own, was first issued as a volume in the impressive collection of French translations of early histories of Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Florida, and more, assembled by Henri Ternaux- Compans, the first major collector of Americana. The scion of a French family who had made a fortune in the wool trade, Ternaux-Compans collected vigorously in the two decades after the end of the Napoleonic Wars, publishing a catalogue of his collection in 1837, the same year he began publishing the series. This is the more desirable volume, in original condition. HOWES C224a, "aa."

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        Finely engraved admission ticket to the coronation of Queen Victoria.

      London: , 1838. Oblong octavo (162 x 225 mm). Red paper, embossed stamp of The Earl Marshal of England. Numbered by hand "364". Two vertical folds, remains of paste at top edge of verso (where removed from an album). In excellent condition. Rare admission ticket to Victoria's coronation on 28 June 1838, issued to Lady Aylmer (1775-1862, née Louisa Anne Call), who married Matthew Whitworth-Aylmer, 5th baron Aylmer, in 1801; he later became Governor General of British North America and Lieutenant Governor of Lower Canada (1830). "He and Lady Aylmer took their vice-regal responsibilities seriously, contributing generously to a variety of causes, such as an emigrant fund, the Female Orphan Asylum, and the Quebec Driving Club (one of a number of organizations of which Lady Aylmer became patroness). They sought to foster the arts and culture, and attended many community activities, from ploughing matches to annual races in Trois-Rivières where Aylmer donated a silver cup to be awarded for a horse bred within the province" (Dictionary of Canadian Biography). However, after the Lower Canada Rebellion of 1837-38, Aylmer was dismissed and the couple sailed for England: "Aylmer's mood was not improved by a terrifying return voyage" (ibid), described by Lady Aylmer in Narrative of the passage of the 'Pique' across the Atlantic (1837)- one of the earliest book dedicated to the newly ascended Victoria.

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        Muster-Buch selbst verfertigt von Philipp Presser aus Ottweiler während den Jahren 1837 und 1838 zu Coblenz. Musterbuch mit 90 von Hand mit schwarzer Tinte in rot vorgedruckte "Millimeterpapiere" eingezeichneten Webmustern.

      Koblenz 1838 - 34,7 x 20,6 cm (Folio). Gedruckter Titel, 1 weißes Blatt, 45 einseitig bedruckte Blätter mit 24 (20 doppelblattgroßen) Millimeterpapier-Tafeln, 1 weißes Blatt. Broschur der Zeit. Einband mit starken Gebrauchsspuren: angestaubt, schmutz- und fingerfleckig, knittrig, berieben und mit Randschäden, Gelenke eingerissen, Rücken mit Fehlstellen. Ecken durchgehend etwas bestoßen und abgegriffen. Deckel innen und letztes leeres Blatt etwas stockfleckig. Titelblatt stark angestaubt sowie schmutz- und fingerfleckig, die Tafeln durchgehend in den Ecken, jedoch überwiegend außehalb der Zeichnungen, fingerfleckig. Die in rot vorgedrucken "Millimeter"-Papiere stammen überwiegend von der "Johann Anton Endterschen Handlung" in Nürnberg (Kupferstiche) und von Joseph Scholz in Mainz (Lithographien). Die vielfältigen Webmuster wurden sauber von Hand in die Kästchen eingezeichnet. Handschriftlicher Eintrag auf dem Titelblatt (Ottweiler, Oktober 1939): "Der Anfertiger war geboren zu Ottweiler den 15ten Dezember im Jahr 1816 und gestorben im Jahr 1859 den 23ten Dezember.".

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        Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

      1838. First Edition . DICKENS, Charles. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. London: Chapman and Hall, 1838-39. Twenty parts in nineteen. Octavo, original printed green wrappers. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $5500.First edition, mixed issue, in original parts of one of DickensÂ’ most popular works, illustrated with 39 engraved plates by Hablot K. Browne (“Phiz”).The plot, the characters, the dialogue—indeed ""everything about [Nickleby] has the feel of theatre; it is as if Dickens saw human life conducted among lights of the stage, making it somehow large and brighter than the reality"" (Ackroyd, 283). Illustrated with 39 engraved plates by Hablot K. Browne (""Phiz"") and an engraved plate of Dickens after a portrait by Daniel Maclise in the final part. Mixed issue (including first issue Part IV with ""visiter"" instead of ""sister"" on page 123 and later issue Part V with ""letter"" instead of ""latter"" on page 160). All plates are present and first issue, including an early steel of the Linkinwater plate (Part XII; the first three steels are indistinguishable) and the first steel of the Nicholas plate (Part XV). All wrappers are first issue. The non-essential Ashby slip in Part XVI is not present in this copy. The following advertisements are also not present: Mechi's catalogue in Part II; Rippon, Loan Fund, and Amesbury's ads in Part III; the Tyas ad in Part VIII; the first six pages of the Nickleby Advertiser in Part X; History of England ad in Part XV; first 10 pages of Nickleby Advertiser in Part XVIII; and Gulliver's Travels ad in Part XIX/XX. Part VII with the Tea advertisement variant. Part XV with Menzie's slip ad not called for in Hatton & Cleaver. Part XIX/XX with rare ""Hill's Wafers"" advertisement: ""Where the ['Hill's Wafers' advertisement] is found, it should have affixed, five differently coloured specimen wafers, but it is unusual to see it in a complete state; more often than not, the wafers are lacking"" (Hatton & Cleaver, 135). This copy has both the advertisement and the rare wafers. Hatton & Cleaver, 131-160. Eckel 64. Smith 40. Tiny bookseller tickets at bottoms of front wrappers of several parts.Light scattered foxing and minor offsetting to interiors, only slightest soiling and light rubbing mainly to spine extremities of wrappers. A desirable unrestored copy in near-fine condition.

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        Oliver Twist

      1838. First Edition . DICKENS, Charles. Oliver Twist; Or, the Parish Boy's Progress. By ""Boz."" London: Richard Bentley, 1838. Three volumes. Octavo, period-style full speckled calf gilt, red and green morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers, with original blind-stamped brown cloth bound in at rear of each volume. $9500.First edition, first issue, of DickensÂ’ classic, with the “Fireside” plate and “Boz” title pages, uncut with original cloth bound in.""When Bentley decided to publish Oliver in book form before its completion in his periodical, Cruikshank had to complete the last few plates in haste. Dickens did not review them until the eve of publication and objected to the Fireside plate which depicted Oliver at Rose Maylie's knee [Volume III, p. 313]Â… Dickens had Cruikshank design a new plateÂ… This Church plate was not completed in time for incorporation into the early copies of the book, but it replaced the Fireside plate in later copiesÂ… Dickens not only objected to the Fireside plate, but also disliked having 'Boz' on the title page. He voiced these objections prior to publication and the plate and title page were changed between November 9 and 16"" (Smith, 35). With half title in each volume (including in Volume III, which usually features two pages of publisher's ads rather than a half title), and four pages of publisher's ads at the end of Volume I. This is Smith's variant cloth binding, bound in, with horizontally ribbed cloth rather than diapered, and with no publisher name at the foot of the spines. ""A genuine first issue in the original cloth covers, uncut, and with clean, unfoxed plates and leaves is very rare"" (Eckel, 54). Smith 4 (especially note 3). Eckel, 51-60. Expert cleaning to plates, scattered foxing and soiling to text. Very handsomely bound.

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        Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

      , 1838. 1838. First Edition . DICKENS, Charles. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. London: Chapman and Hall, 1838-39. Twenty parts in nineteen. Octavo, original printed green wrappers. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $5500.First edition, mixed issue, in original parts of one of Dickens

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        Shipwreck of the Stirling Castleandnbspcontaining a faithful narrative of the dreadful sufferings of the crew and the cruel murder of Captain Fraser by the savages


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        Gockel, Hinkel und Gackeleia. Ein Märchen.

      Frankfurt, Schmerber, 1838. - 8vo. XIV, 346, (2) pp. With lithogr. title page and 14 full-page lithographs after the author's own designs. Contemp. calf with giltstamped spine title, covers and spine elaborately gilt. First edition of the famous fairy tale, illustrated after Brentano's own designs and dedicated to a "little old grandmother" (meaning Marianne von Willemer). - The fine binding in the Romantic style is very slightly rubbed at the extremeties, corners slightly bumped. From the collection of the Prussian civil servant Heinrich Stinnes (1867-1932), the brother of the industrialist and politician Hugo Stinnes, with his characteristic autograph ownership and acquisition note on the flyleaf. WG 26. Goedeke VI, 62, 43. Mallon 112. Borst 1856. Rümann 130 & 2562. Seebaß I, 275. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Physical and Geological Map of England and Wales.

      2nd Edition. Numbered 52 below the imprint. Large scale full hand-coloured engraved map at a scale of approximately 5.75 miles to the inch. 6 sheets mounted on linen, divided into sections and folded; each sheet approximately 26 x 34 inches, giving a total size of approximately 78 x 64 inches. Each sheet retains the titling tabs and the whole is enclosed in the original leather case which is a little rubbed; the maps are Fine. The uncommon 2nd edition, probably number 52 of an unspecified limitation, but as only 300 copies of the 1st Edition were produced it is unlikely that there were very many more issued of this edition. This edition is a great improvement on the 1st Edition and Smith's Great Map of 1820.

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        THE ART OF DEER-STALKING. By William Scrope.

      John Murray. London. - 1838 1st edition. Large 8vo (160 x 250mm). Ppxx,436. Engraved plates by Sir Edwin and Charles Landseer. Publisher's full brown leather gilt, all edges gilt. Some foxing to the plates, quite heavily in place, else very good copy in an attractive and original publisher's leather binding. Full title:- "The Art of Deer-Stalking; 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. By William Scrope, Esq., F.L.S., and member of the Academy of San' Luca, Rome. Illustrated by engravings and lithographs, after paintings by Edwin and Charles Landseer, Esqrs., and by the author." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Napoli e dintorni di Giuseppe Maria Galanti intieramente riformata dall’Abate Luigi Galanti

      Presso Borel e Comp, 1838. 8vo (cm. 20,2), 1 c.nn., VII-381 pp. con una bella veduta del golfo di Napoli al frontespizio e 13 tavv. f.t. di cui due più volte rip. (pianta di Napoli e carta dei contorni). Legatura napoletana coeva in mz. pelle con ricchi fregi e titolo oro al dorso. Eccellente esemplare.

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        Beiträge zur Operativen Orthopädik oder Erfahrungen über die subcutane Durchschneidung verkürzter Muskeln und derer Sehnen.

      Hannover: Verlag der Helwing'schen Hofbuchhandlung, 1838. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (224x143 mm). vi, 154 pp., 8 lithographic plates. Contemporary marbled boards with red paper lettering piece (spine ends and corners little rubbed). Internally somewhat browned (plates a bit stronger), occasional very minor spotting. A fine copy. ----Waller 9320; Hirsch/H. V, p.459ff; Wellcome V, p.201; Garrison-M. 4321. - Milestone in orthopaedic surgery. "Stromeyer is the founder of modern surgery of the locomotor system. He advocated and practised subcutaneous tenotomy for all deformities of the body arising from defects." (Garrison-M.) Stromeyer gilt als Begründer der modernen Chirurgie des Bewegungsapparates. 1833 probierte er erstmals die Durchschneidung der Achillessehne zur Heilung des Klumpfusses. 1836 führte er diese Operation bei einem englischen Arzt aus, der vorher erfolglos Dieffenbach konsultiert hatte. "Dieses Vorkommnis wendet Stromeyer die einflussreiche Gunst Dieffenbachs zu und die Operation brach sich nunmehr überall hin Bahn" (Pagel). Very Good.

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        Historisch-Genealogisch-Geographischer Atlas von Le Sage.

      Karlsruhe, Johann Velten, (1825-1838). - Large folio (400 x 570 mm). Double-page-sized lithogr. title page, double-page-sized lithogr. dedication to Ludwig Wilhelm August, Grand Duke of Baden, 2 pp. of preface, 44 double-page-sized letterpress tables with a total of 26 lithogr. maps, all in contemporary hand colour (1 plate with an appendix in oblong 8vo), 4 pp. of contents. Contemp. half cloth with original printed wrappers over boards and green cloth spine. First German large folio edition of the historical atlas that became famous under the author's pseudonym "Le Sage" (first published in London in 1801). Count de Las Cases accompanied Napoleon to Saint Helena as his inofficial secretary. Among the maps are a map of the world in two hemispheres, Europe, America, Africa, Asia with Arabia ("excellent horses, home of the camel, of coffee and aloe"; "Mekka - birthplace of Muhammad; site of the famous Kaaba"; "Nejd - large, fertile, populous province"; in the south: "boundless sand desert with occasional oases; Niebuhr is the geographer of this country which Strabo, Ptolemy and - in the Middle Ages - Abulfeda have described"), as well as of the Ottoman Empire and Greece with the European portion of Turkey. The preface is dated May 1829, the plates are mostly dated between 1825 and 1831, with two new maps of Switzerland, dated 1838, at the end. - Extremities of binding rubbed and bumped, interior shows some occasional brownstaining, mainly confined to margins, otherwise a very clean, well-preserved copy. Phillips 3550 (1831 ed. with only 24 maps). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Congrès de Vérone. Guerre d'Espagne. Négociations : colonies espagnoles

      First edition of this text, the importance of eventually appear because it is a significant part of the "Memoires d'Outre grave" (see Clouzot).Binders half navy calf, flat spines decorated with romantic gold chains, gold in heads and tails strips, upper caps slightly rubbed and with one of them for two minor losses, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats paper tank, two tears in a slice, romantic contemporary binding.Quite complete the list of subscribers at the end of the second volume. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Delloye & Acquéreur & Brockhaus & Avenarius Paris & Leipzig 1838 13x21,5cm 2 volumes reliés

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        Early Autograph Formal Letter in the third person to Mr Hardy (Charles, 1812-1870, Novelist)

      1838 - regretting "that he does not think the accompanying sketch of character sufficient to form a paper in itself. If Mr Hardy can weave it into any little tale, or mingle it in any way with some other characters, Mr Dickens ventures to think its oddity and humour would be much more apparent to general readers. Mr Dickens remembers Mr Hardy's chapter on some old authors, with great pleasure, ." he ends by pointing out "that all payments for contributions to the Miscellany are made at the Publisher's . immediately after the appearance of the current number ." 2 sides 8vo., 48 Doughty Street, 27th December Dickens's literary success began with the 1836 serial publication of The Pickwick Papers. Within a few years he had become an international literary celebrity, famous for his humour, satire, and keen observation of character and society. In November 1836 Dickens became editor of Bentley's Miscellany, a position he held for three years, until he fell out with the owner. 'Mr Hardy' is the writer, critic and teacher of elocution Robert Burns HARDY, of Glasgow, author of Lectures on the drama . First Series: Shakespeare, 1834. His A chapter on some very celebrated authors appeared anonymously in Bentley's Miscellany, Vol. 4, for October 1838, pp. 414-416.

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      1838. Carta murale dell'Italia settentrionale in quattro fogli applicati su tela a stacchi. L'orografia è rappresentata col tratteggio a luce zenitale. Gli abitati sono distinti in cinque classi; sono indicate le stazioni di posta, le miniere etc. Si presenta conservata nel suo astuccio originale.Bibliografia: Marinelli, n. 1669; Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1075; IGM, n. 89

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        A Practical Treatise on Railroads and Interior Communication in General


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        Itinéraire de Rome et de ses environs rédigé par A. Nibby... d'aprés celui de feu M. Vasi.

      Valentini, 1838. Due volumi legati in uno di cm. 17,5, pp. (4) xl, 266 (2); (4) 324. Con due piante ripiegate e 40 tavole di vedute e spaccati d'edifici. Il tutto inciso in rame su tavole fuori testo. Bella legatura coeva in piena pelle verde, dorso liscio con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro, piatti inquadrati da cornici in oro e con fregi a secco centrali. Sguardie e tagli marmorizzati. Bell'esemplare, in perfetto stato di conservazione ed impreziosito da una legatura molto elegante.

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        Séjour d'une Famille Américaine en France, suivi d'une Excursion su le Rhin, et d'une Nouvelle Excursion en Suisse

      Paris: Charles Gosselin et W. Coquebert, 1838, 1838. First edition of the first French translation of Gleanings in Europe. Spiller & Blackburn, page 87; OCLC records one copy (Bibliothèque Nationale). There were similar editions later the same year. Scattered foxing throughout; binding a little rubbed; very good copy.. 3 vols in 1, 8vo, contemporary half calf, marbled boards, gilt decorations and lettering. From the library of Marie Caroline, Duchesse de Berry (1798-1870).

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        Oeuvres Completes de Buffon; Avec des Extraits de Daubenton, et la Classification de Cuvier

      Chez Furne et Cie, Paris 1838 - 4to. 4 volumes. v1: 782 pp. Frontispiece portrait, 4 plates. / v2: 775 pp. / v3: 723 pp. 12 plates. v4: 784 pp. 29 plates. Hand-colored plates with tissue guards. Leather backed marbled boards, gilt lettering, very good set. (93375). Covers detached v4. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Accordion-folding peepshow, with eight cut-out hand-coloured aquatint panels, housed in a slipcase with a pictorial title label.. The front face measures 15 x 11.4 cm. The peepshow expands by paper bellows to approximately 72 cm. Slipcase restored, else a fine copy of a scarce peepshow. See Hyde 231.

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        The Seraphim and Other Poems


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        South America and the Pacific comprising a journey across the Pampas and the Andes from Buenos Ayres to Valparaiso Lima and Panama


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

      Richard Bentley, London 1838 - Three volumes. Frontis, [4], 331, [4 pp. ads], 8 plates; frontis, [4], 307 pp, 6 plates; frontis, [4], 315 pp. 7 plates--complete with 26 engraved plates in all, including both the rejected "Fireside" plate and its replacement, the "Church" plate, and an extra-illustrated additional hand-colored engraving of the R.A. Maclise portrait of Dickens. All plates appear in 2 versions of each, one of which is colored, with the exception of the rejected "Fireside" plate which is uncolored. Bound in purple morocco, spines with five raised bands adorned with gold rules and mosaic frames of green and red morocco; the matching front and back boards are framed with gold tooling, and an inner frame decorated with gold tooled and inlaid green and red morocco; while the inner boards are decorated with gold tooling and small florets of red morocco, purple silk linings and endpapers, untrimmed, and gilt topedges, all expertly done by William Turner Morrell of London, c. 1880. The volumes are housed in purple cloth covered slipcases with green morocco spine labels by James MacDonald of New York. The addition of the extra plates in this copy help remind us of the significant role that illustration played in many English novels of the nineteenth century. Cruikshank claimed, many years after author’s death in 1870, the paternity of Oliver Twist, asserting that Dickens had composed his text according to his drawings and ideas he had suggested. The illustrator defended this idea in The Artist and the Author, a thin pamphlet published in 1872. We shall leave the scholar to determine Oliver's precise parentage, but the great bookman Percy Muir observed "It was for Oliver Twist that Cruikshank surpassed anything he had previously done. It is neither appropriate nor necessary to comment on the text of this great novel, but the illustrations may almost be said to belong to our folklore"--thus making author and illustrator inseparable. A fresh, bright and elegant copy of one of the iconic novels of modern times. The Pierre Bergé copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journals of the Consultation held at San Felipe de Austn [sic], October 16, 1835. Published by the Order of Congress

      Houston: [Telegraph Power Press], 1838. 12mo. (8 x 4 3/4 inches). 54, [2, blank]pp. Expertly bound to style in half dark purple straight grain morocco over period marbled paper covered boards. Housed in a morocco box. The beginnings of independence in Texas and the formation of the provisional government at the start of the Revolution: the rare first edition of "the record of the proceedings of the group of Texans which first set up a formal ... government for Texas as a state independent of Mexico" (Streeter): a seminal work of Texana and an early Houston imprint. This Journal documents the proceedings of the Consultation in October and early November of 1835, as it guided Texas towards independence amidst the Siege of Bexar. The work includes a printing of the "Declaration of the People of Texas, in General Convention Assembled" (p. 21), a declaration of causes for taking up arms against Mexico preliminary to the Texas Declaration of Independence. On November 13, the Consultation prepared twenty-one articles (pp. 42-49) creating the framework for a provisional government for Texas; from that date, until March 1, 1836, the Consultation was the only governing body in Texas. The formation of the Consultation is described by Streeter: "At a meeting of the citizens of Columbia held on August 15, 1835, it was resolved that 'a consultation of all Texas, through her representatives is indispensable,' ... it having become apparent, because of the opening of hostilities with Mexico, that there would be difficulty in assembling a quorum, on October 11, 1935, a small group, acting on a suggestion made by Stephen F. Austin a fortnight or so before, set up at San Felipe an informal organization sometimes referred to as the 'Permanent Council' and sometimes as the 'General Council of Texas.' The 'Permanent Council' were so informally chosen that this Journals of the Consultation may be regarded as the record of the proceedings of the group of Texans which first set up a formal, though provisional, government for Texas as a state independent of Mexico. They were the body that drew up the Declaration of the People of Texas, in General Convention assembled. These Journals, not printed until 1838, are the first record of all the sessions of the Consultation." Five hundred copies were printed of this record of the birth of an independent Texas; Streeter records fifteen extant, including his own. Streeter, Texas I:245; Rader 3055; Sabin 94952; Howes S69; Raines, p.229; Eberstadt 110:259.

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        Oeuvres Complètes

      New illustrated edition of 122 color plates erased and decorated by hand, on strong paper. The 122 boards contain more than 300 figures. The boards were designed by Janet Lange and Travies (the best illustrators to Buffon in the nineteenth), and engraved by Manceau, Fournier ...Binders half glazed calf vintage red. Smooth back nicely decorated with rock gardens and animal irons (stork, birds, monkeys). Friction hitches and light on the back. Friction on a dish. 4 corners folded and others rubbed.Pale freckles scattered and erratic (but never heavy or invasive), some pages include title, some not, same for the inside. Notebooks browned and some boards. The serpentes are present and the boards are in good condition, without browning, with occasional pale foxing in the margins, the boards of the first 2 volumes more scorched.Tome premier - General subjects, theory of the earth. 782 pages illustrated with a portrait, 5 color maps.Tome second - General subjects, theory of the Earth (Part 2), minerals. 775 pages.Volume third - Mammals. 726 illustrated pages with 13 color plates.fourth volume - Mammals (part 2). 784 illustrated pages with 29 color plates.Volume fifth - Birds. 653 illustrated pages with 44 color plates.Tome sixth - Birds (Part 2). 732 illustrated pages with 30 color plates. Furne et Cie Paris 1838 Fort in-8 (16,5x25,5cm) 6 tomes en 6 volumes reliés

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        The Fairy Annual

      London: Joseph Robins, 1838. 1 3/8 x 1 11/16". 119 pp. Black leather over boards with gilt title and date on spine, gilt pattern on inside covers with dentelle and gold embossed printer's mark on rear paste-down endpaper, all edges gilt, stamped "bound by Zaehnsdorf" in gilt, in near fine condition. Printed under a pseudonym and dedicated to Queen Victoria, this little book contains fairy tales and short stories by various authors and was chiefly designed for children (Bondy p. 71, Welsh 2759). Finely printed by Richard Watts and bound by Joseph Zaehnsdorf, a well-known Austro-Hungarian binder. Bookplate of Eugene Field (1850 - 1895), well-known American poet. The bookplate is most likely an original as it does not have the family crest and is the correct size of 1 x 1 3/4". However, Field's son was notorious for forging his father's signature and adding a fake bookplate in order to sell books that may have not been part of the original library for a higher value. Therefore, it is impossible to say definitively whether or not this work was originally part of Field's library.

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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.

      U.S. Government. Washington, D.C. Ca. 1838. - Black and white engraved map, 17 1/2 x 20 5/8 inches (44 x 52.5 cm) on sheet 18 3/4 x 22 inches, folded as issued. Scarcely visible foxing in upper margin and upper left of image, but overall fine condition. A significant map in the history of the Pacific Northwest and the United States, which first appeared with the report of Senator Linn on a Bill to authorise the President to occupy the Oregon Territory, and was subsequently published in several other government reports (this marked "S. Doc. No. 470, 25 Con. 2 S" at upper right which was the Linn Report, but here separated from whatever report it was published in). It was intended to "awaken public interest in an American occupation of the vast area then known as Oregon Territory" (Wheat: Mapping the Trans-Mississippi West #434). It was based on the Arrowsmith landmark 1834 map of "British North America". Washington Hood was a Captain in the U.S Corps of Topographical Engineers, working under the direction of Colonel J.J. Abert. A most handsome map, of particular interest given its use in association with the promulgation of the doctrine of "Manifest Destiny," a phrase which first made print in 1845.

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      London, printed by Arthur Taylor, 1838.. FIRST EDITION 1838. Tall 4to, approximately 395 x 255 mm, 15½ x 10 inches, title page printed in red and black with small coat of arms, 11 full page plates including 2 folding (large folding plate of table layout with pale brown tint to table, folding page of guests), 4 plates of invitations each with 2 images, 2 tinted yellow and 2 tinted blue, plus 2 menus with green floral borders, 1 illustration in the text, 5 coats of arms as headpieces, plus 4 other headpieces, original publisher's pebbled cloth, gilt lettering to spine, blind decoration to covers, pale yellow endpapers, page edges untrimmed. Spine relaid with loss to head and tail, with new cloth showing, gilt lettering rubbed and dull, covers have uneven light fading and darkening plus a few small dark marks, wear to corners and shelf wear to edges of covers, 2 outer blank margins have small closed tears neatly repaired and have a small area which is crinkled, neither affecting text, blank endpapers very lightly foxed, light foxing to engraved plate of medal, offsetting from tinted plates onto facing blanks, occasional light foxing and age-browning, plus a few dusty marks, otherwise a very good tight clean copy. Covers the state procession, carriages, Yeomen of the Guard etc., banquet, list of performers, tickets, general abstract of bills for wines, food, fittings, parties etc, ' The following quantities of wine were provided, of the finest quality we could procure: Port, Sherry, Madeira, Claret, Burgundy, Hock, Champagne in addition to which we were presented by Mr William Gorst with a selection of choice and rare wines and liqueurs, expressly for the royal table, consisting of East-India Malmsey Madeira, Haut Sauterne, Fontignac, Hermitage, Blanc-Tinto Madeira, Malvasia, Sillery Champagne, Tokay and Paxaretta; and by Mr William Lawson with some sherry one hundred and ten years old'. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Musé du chasseur ou collection de toutes les espèces de gibier de poil ou de plume qu'on chasse au fusil, avec la description de leurs caractères, de leurs moeurs, etc.; dirigé par un chasseur naturaliste, et lithographié d'après nature par Victor Adam.

      1838. Paris, Armand Robin, Editeur, 1838. 2 volumes grand In-8 (26 x 18 cm), demi-basane marron à petits coins, dos à décor romantique et filets dorés. Tome 1 : 2 ff. n. ch., VIII p., 224 pages, 36 planches lithographies et aquarellée (gibier plume & gibier poil) ; Tom 2 : 2 ff. n. ch., 227 pages. 36 planches lithographiées et aquarellées oiseaux d'eau, oiseaux de rivage) ; avec un Supplément de XVI pp. (à la suite de la p. 124). Deux ex-libris sur les gardes. Erreur de pagination en tome 1 : p.97 à 104 numérotées deux fois ; la p. 137 devient 157 et p. suivantes poursuivant l'erreur jusqu'à la p. 224. s Parmi les gibiers représentés on trouve : le coq de bruyère, l'alouette, l'ortolan, la bécasse, le loup, le sanglier, le chamois, le courlis, le pluvier, la bécassine, la macreuse, le canard, la sarcelle, la poule d'eau, etc. Ce bel ouvrage devient de plus en plus rare, indique Thiébaud, 6. Français relié DeCollection

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        Reposta ao Folheto, que tem por titulo: Address of the Right Rev. Daniel O?Connor, D.D. Vicar Apostolic of Madras to the clergy and people of the See of Meliapor. Por hum Ecclesiastico do Arcebispado de Goa

      Goa, 1838. Typographia Nacional. Recent quarter calf.. Together with:- Resposta ao Folhetinho, que tem por Titulo: Theological Opinion of an Eminent Catholic Divine, the Very Rev Father Jarrige, Missionary Apostolic at Pondicherry, on the subject of the Portuguese schism in India, to the Rigth (sic) Rev. Dr. OConnor, Vicar Apostolic of Madras, on the 19th of July, 1838. 6 pp., (1) f. And:- Pastoral do Arcebispo Eleito de Goa, Primaz do Oriente, Governador, e Vigario Capitular do mesmo Arcebispado Metropolitano, mostrando que hum denominado Breve Apostolico datado de 24 de abril de 1838 He Supposto; e mandando a todos os seus subditos que o naõ recebaõ, nem executem, sem elle se apresentar munido do beneplacito regio de Sua Magestade Fidelissima. (1) f., 39 pp. Diplomatic relations between Lisbon and Rome had been broken off in 1834, but Pope Gregory XVI sanctioned the return of the Jesuits in 1837. Seeing their positions threatened, the clergy and laity in Goa rose up in opposition, often claiming the directives sent from Rome were forgeries.

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      1838. FRANCFORT S/M, CHEZ SIGISMOND SCHMERBER. 1838. In-12.Carré. Cartonné. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs. 447 pages + 112 planches de gravures en noir et blanc. L'Univers ou Histoire et description de tous les Peuples, de leurs religions, moeurs, coutumes, etc ... Mont Olympe, Ruines de Troies, Tombe d'Ajax, Phocée, Massène, Athènes vue de la colline du Musée et vue du Pnyx, Coupe du Temple de et Statue de Jupiter, Aqueduc dans l'Ile de Mytilène, Pylos, Sphactérie, Syracuse, Temple d'Apollon près Phigalée, Thèbes, Porte de Méssène, Monument de Lysiorade, Lion de Chéronée

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        Almanach du Département de l'Yonne pour l'année 1838

      Guillaume Maillefer, 1838. In - 18 (119 x 68 mm), maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné en long, plats orné d'une plaque dorée (reliure d'époque). Orné d'une carte du Département repliée, blason de l'Yonne gravé sur la page de titre. Bel exemplaire (quelques petits défauts, rousseurs sur les tranches, rares piqûres sur le texte). / / 18o (119 x 68 mm), red morocco, smooth spine tooled, gilt decorative pattern on covers (contemporary binding). Illustrated with a folding map, engraved arms of Yonne on title page. Fine copy (some small defects, brownings on edges, rare spots on text).

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        Séjour d'une Famille Américaine en France, suivi d'une Excursion su le Rhin, et d'une Nouvelle Excursion en Suisse.

      Paris: Charles Gosselin et W. Coquebert, 1838. 3 vols in 1, 8vo, contemporary half calf, marbled boards, gilt decorations and lettering. From the library of Marie Caroline, Duchesse de Berry (1798-1870). Scattered foxing throughout; binding a little rubbed; very good copy.

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        The Country Gentlemen's Architect; Containing a Variety of Designs...

      London: M. Taylor, 1838. Quarto, with 22 engraved plates (eight double-page); in the original grey boards with paper label,, with the 16pp. publisher's catalogue. A very charming, but practical, pattern-book aimed at the country gentleman who wished to construct villas which looked like farms, and for genteel farmers who wanted their farms to look like villas. Lugar includes designs for cottages, farm houses and complete farm yards and detailed plans for dairies, dog kennels, hunting stables, piggeries, poultry yards and breweries. It was the last of these which was adapted by Robert and Helenus Scott in their design for a brew house (see Broadbent, The Australian Colonial House, p. 280), the drawing for which is held by the Mitchell Library.This is a nice, unsophisticated copy of this new edition - actually a reprint of the original edition of 1807, with a new title-page. Some foxing and offsetting, but a very good, largely unopened; flyleaves cut away.

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        VIEWS OF PORTS AND HARBOURS, Watering Places, Fishing Villages, and other Picturesque Objects on the English Coast.

      Charles Tilt, London 1838 - vi, 162 pages of text. Red hardcover binding: attractive red morocco (leather spine and corners with red pebbled cloth boards. Minor rubbing to extremities; protected in archival mylar. Bound by Tout. Illustrated with 50 engraved plates [complete] including frontis and engraved title page. Measures over 29cm and might be considered a small folio by some. First few pages (including engraved title page and title page) with minor foxing, and minor toning to edges of plates. Two plates are foxed within image. Engraved by William and Edward Finden, from paintings by J.D. Harding, G. Balmer, E.W. Cooke, T. Creswick, and other eminent artists. Text edited by W. A. Chatto. Previous owner's name on front endpaper appears to be "E.H. Dorey 1931." Bookplate on front paste-down endpaper "James Steward Alltyrodyn." Size: Quarto (4to) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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