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        The Poetical Works of Lord Byron.

      John Murray, London 1839 - The Poetical Works of Lord Byron. Octavo, 9 volumes. Bound in three quarters blue morocco over cloth, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, raised bands, marbled endpapers top edge gilt, gilt double ruled to the front and rear panels. Illistrated with 159 plates. In near fine condition. An attractive set. "Byron is to a far greater degree than the other romanticists the poet of humankind. He conveys with tremendous power the majesty and desolation of history, the vanity of pomp and pride, the transitoriness of fame. And he is the poet of contemporary society, keen to discern the false and the corrupt, courageous in denunciation yet with pity for the young and innocent. As a poet he mirrored brilliantly and without distortion an absorbingly interesting world" (Baugh, 1229). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        History of the British Legion, and War in Spain, From Personal Observations and Other Authentic Sources, Containing a Correct Detail of the Events of the Expedtion under General Evans, - Its Moral, Political, and Military Character, - Its Successes and Reverses in the Engagements Fought, and Hardships Suffered, with Numerous Anecdotes of Individuals, Etc., Etc., Etc. With an Appendix, Containing Every Officer's name, Rank, and Service, that was in the Expedition, And a Portrait of Lt. Gen. Sir George De Lacy Evans, M.P G.C. St. F. and K.C.B.

      James Pattie, London 1839 - xvi, 3-720 p. 22 cm. Frontispiece engraving of Evans and one other full-page engraved plate. Half leather with marbled paper boards. Rebacked with original spine laid on. Boards rubbed and corners worn. Hinges repaired internally. Some thumbing and spotting. This book is an unusual military memoir, an exploration of a near-forgotten episode in British military history. The British Legion was the name of an expeditionary force raised in 1837 to fight in the First Carlist War, a dynastic dispute in Spain. Don Carlos, brother of the deceased Spanish King Ferdinand, refused to accept the succession of his young neice Isabella and raised the standard of revolt in the ultra-conservative Navarre and Basque provinces of northern Spain. Britain and France, fearing instability, sent forces to shore up the relatively liberal Madrid regime against the Carlists. The campaign that followed was messy, inconclusive, and, according to Somerville's account, characterised by incompetence, cowardice and even mutiny on his own side. The narrative switches between accounts of bloody battles at Irun and St. Sebastian, comparisons with the Peninsular War fought over the same terrain only a quarter of a century before, and farcical episodes in which Somerville makes no attempt to disguise his disgust with his own side. An inglorious episode in the history of British arms, it's not surprising that the Carlist Wars are today relatively unknown even to military buffs. This book, however, will fill a gap in their knowledge. Includes appendices listing the Legion's Nominal Roll etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le Daguerreotype IN Comptes Rendus Des Seances De L'Academie Des Sciences... Volume 9, July to December 1839

      Paris: Bachelier 1839. First Edition. [4], 903, [1-errata] pages. 8 x 10 inches. 4to. 1/4 cloth over marbled boards with corners tipped in cloth. Ex-library (Harvard Chemical Library), properly withdrawn, with library bookplate on front pastedown endpaper and one stamp. Professionally rebacked with original spine panel laid down. Pageblock sound, solid, and clean. Light browning and foxing throughout. Housed in a custom solander case with curved green leather spine, raised bands and gilt lettering. Boards. We offer the entire Vol. 9 of Comptes Rendus Des Seances De L'Academie Des Sciences... July to December 1839. This volume contains the important article 'Le Daguerreotype', the first detailed, publically printed description of Daguerre's historic photographic process. "Arago, himself a chemist and a member of the Chamber of Deputies, made a brief pronouncement on Daguerre's process in the Chamber on 7 January 1839, and in the following August [ 19th, the paper offered here, ] printed the full text of his report thereon made to a joint session of the Chamber of Deputies and the Academy of Sciences. (The first publication by Daguerre himself (he was a painter by profession), is the monograph ... 'History and Description of the Dagerreotype Process'" also printed in 1839). Termed by Horblit the 'First disclosure of Daguerre's process' it is the first public description of the process, which announcement spawned many announcements and a wave of amateur photographers in the few years following. The Arago/Daguerre article "Le Daguerreotype" is found on pages 250-267. Arago notes in his opening that Daguerre had a very sore throat and was a bit shy, hence the communication from Arago rather than the inventor himself: (google translation) "This morning, says Arago, I pray, I beg the skilled artist to be good enough to make a wish [ to present ] which seemed to me to be shared by everyone; but a severe sore throat; but fear not to make intelligible without the aid of planks; but a bit of shyness were obstacles I did not know defeat." The fact that there was great interest is evident later in this volume. The very next issue, August 26th, includes a commentary by Silvestre "sur l'emploi du vernis de dextrine pour la préservation des images photogéniques" explaining the possible use of dextrine as a varnish for the new "photogenic pictures", an early term for photographs. The Sept 25 issue contains no less than three correspondents regarding the new process, including Besseyre, Donne, and again Arago with commentary regarding Niepce. Donne basically announces his use of a similar process for aid in drawing, Niepce tryed to assert priority but notes he hadn't published because of perceived defects. As with all great discoveries destined to affect human kind, Daguerre's publication immediately created a battle over priority. Later in the volume, we find a Daguerre letter (again via Arago) read to the Chamber Sept 30th titled "Des procedes photogeniques consideres comme moyens de gravure." or "the photogenic process as a means of etching", a lengthy letter (pages 423-430) with much commentary. Later in the volume is a letter from Donne on p. 485, a letter on page 512 about using pumice to polish plates for Daguerreotypes, Seguier (p. 560) on a photographic device, etc etc The beauty of having a bound volume like this one is the context of the discovery and what/how it was received in this community. An even cursory review of 1840 in Gernsheim's British Photography will show the level of excitement and how fast the word spread. Everyone knew it was something special and important. This article was the start of it all for practitioners amateur and soon to be professional and a worthy addition to any collection of ideas, photography, or technology. Printing and the Mind of Man #318 (referring to separate Daguerre publication), Horblit (One Hundred Books Famous in Science) # 21b. Very Good.

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        The Works of Lord Byron, Complete in Eight Volumes (Eight-Volume Set)

      Philadelphia: E. L. Carey & A. Hart, 1839. First. Small octavo; VG-/no-DJ; tan spine with gold text, six embossed bands, gold chalice illustration; boards are slightly brittle, outside hinges of front and rear covers of volumes one, six and seven are split, outside hinge of front cover of volume five is split, boards of each volume have moderate age discoloration and severe discoloration and sunning to spine, corners of each volume are bumped, rubbed and frayed, covers have moderate scuffing and staining, heads and tails of each spine have bumping and rubbing, top inch of spine of volume six is loose and hanging from binding, text and chalice illustration on each spine still intact and visible; textblocks of each volume have moderate foxing and age-toning, readability not affected, edges have moderate age-toning, foxing and staining, hinge of volume one is split at title page, binding visible, volume two has light water damage and staining which is visible from front free-end paper to page 65, pages 15-22 of volume six are detached from binding and torn along margins, section of pages is enclosed in proper order. SHELVED NEAR ROCKVILLE FRONT DESK. [Oversized book. Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates]. Full-priced Rockville.

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        Taschen-Kalender für das Jahr 1840. Ist ein Schaltjahr von 366 Tagen. [Vortitel:] Theater-Costum aus dem Schauspiel Scheiben-Toni für das Jahr 1840.

      Augsburg, J. G. Rollwagen (1839); EA; ca 6x3,5 cm; 32 unnummerierte Seiten mit gest. kolorierten Titelblatt und 7 kolorierte Kupfertafeln [3 Leerblätter vorne und hinten mit eingebunden]; Originalkartoneinband mit gest. Vorder- und Hinterdeckelillustration im Originalschuber mit ebenfalls gest. Vorder- und Hinterdeckelillustration und seitlicher Tasche [für Stift] (Schuber leicht bestoßen und geringfügig fleckig, Einband geringfügig bestoßen; sonst sehr gutes, komplettes Exemplar) Seltenes Miniaturbuch mit reizenden Kostümdarstellungen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Almanach; Taschenbuch; Taschenkalender

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        Democracy in America

      New York: George Adlard, 1839. 3rd American Edition. Hardcover. Good. Third American edition. xvi, 455 p. Original blue cloth with gilt-lettered spine. Good+. Name of former owner, one Nathaniel Cox of Baltimore, written on ffep, on laid in bookplate at front, and on small label at foot. Spine a bit faded, cloth at head worn and fraying, corners bumped. Occasional foxing, heavier at endpapers. Light dampstain to bottom corner margin of first 75 or so pages at front, not effecting text. An early appearance of the book that helped define the American political character for the world, and presciently saw a bit of America's future.

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        JAGER, DE; JAN ZEGERS; MILBORN--- Album amicorum in de vorm van een oblong doosje met losse blaadjes, van C.J. de Jager, met bijdragen uit de jaren 1839-1859, met tekeningen, prikwerk etc.

      Uit 1839 twee tekeningen door J.J. en/of J.G. Milborn. Voorts drie fraaie pennekunst-tekeningen van Jan Zegers, dienaar van De Jager. In 1854 met symbolen van handel en de data 12-4-1819 en 12-4-1854. In 1859, opnieuw 12-4, met de namen van de 4 dienaren/dienaressen: Jan Zegers, J. Vos, M.J. Rozemond en C. Pavias. Voorts bijdragen van A.G. Vervenne, J.P. Poleij, J.H. Reijers. In fluwelen doos met aan de binnenkant ingeplakte prenten van Gottingen. Gemarmerde doos. Geheel in tact. AA019/ M10474

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        The African Slave Trade

      First edition. 8vo., original dark green cloth, blocked in blind, lettered in gilt, 8 page publishers catalogue, uncut. London, John Murray.

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        Billet mit eigenh. Paraphe.

      O. O., 24. IV. 1839. - ½ S. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt. 8vo. "Il y a bien longtems que je ne vous ai vu, & je desire beaucoup comter avec vous. Veuilles venir me voir - demain matin à onze heures".

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        The Western Tourist and Emigrant's Guide, with a compendious Gazetteer of the States of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri, and the Territories of Wisconsin, and Iowa

      Published by J.H. Colton, New York 1839 - First edition. 12mo. 180pp. Large folding map. Gray-green cloth gilt. Scattered foxing throughout, modest rubbing on the boards, a solid very good copy, with a small stain on the map otherwise in nice, near fine condition. Howes S615. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Odious Comaprisons: or, The Cosmopolite in England. In Two Volumes. Nur erster Band. Erste Auflage

      London: Saunders and Otley 1839 OHLDr., xxiv+[1], 261 Seiten, [3], kl. 8°, mit Rückenvergoldung. Einband etwas berieben, bestoßen und gelockert. Titelblatt abgerissen und jetzt eingeklebt; an den Rändern etwas eingerissen. Bezugsleder wenig abgegriffen, Kanten und Ecken beschabt. Seiten und Vorsätze stellenweise leicht beschmutzt, sonst guter Zustand. Gur erhalten.Erste Ausgaben

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        Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of his Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their Examination of the Southern Shores of South America, and the Beagle's Circumnavigation of the Globe

      London: Henry Colburn, 1839. - 4 volumes, 8vo (8 5/8 x 5 4/8 inches): addenda leaf at end of volume 2, half-title in volume 4; 47 engraved plates, one folding map (WITHOUT the 8 folding maps usually found in pockets at the end of the volumes, some occasional damp or other staining, most severe at beginning of volume 4). Half 19th-century calf, marbled paper boards, black morocco lettering-pieces on the spines, by Griffin, Bookseller, Portsea (quite worn). PROVENANCE: with the near contemporary gift inscription to Lieut. Wale R.N. from his brother Malcolm Wale" on the recto of the first blank in two of the volumes; with the bookplate of Ro Mar, the R.D. Wardens on the front paste-down of each volume. "IT DETERMINED MY WHOLE CAREER" (Darwin). First edition, volume III, Darwin's "Journal and Remarks 1832-1836" is his first printed book. This celebrated voyage, which lasted five years, was the "key formative event in Darwin's life. It "determined my whole career" (Autobiography, 76), giving him an unrivalled opportunity to make observations, collect animals and plants, and explore some of the most beautiful, desolate, and isolated places in the world. Under FitzRoy the voyage's objectives extended to include geophysical measurements, and the Beagle was equipped with a variety of instruments and devices, including a lightning conductor and a large number of marine chronometers for measuring longitude. The Admiralty intended the officers to make a chain of exceptionally accurate measurements round the globe. The ship also carried out trials on Beaufort's wind scale" (Desmond, Moore, and Browne). Between 1832 and 1836 the Beagle visited the Cape Verde Islands, Brazil, Montevideo and Buenos Aires, Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn, the Falkland Islands, Patagonia, the west coast of South America (Chiloé, Valparaíso, Lima), most famously the Galápagos Islands, Tahiti, New Zealand, Australia (Sydney, Tasmania, King George's Sound), the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Mauritius, Cape Town, and St Helena and Ascension. In all these places Darwin collected a vast numbers of specimens: insects, birds, molluscs, small vertebrates, invertebrates, and plants, meticulously recording their provenance, appearance, and behaviour in his notebooks and diaries. Of these the specimens the greatest and most important by far became the birds from the Galápagos Islands, which the ornithologist and artist John Gould helped Darwin to classify on his return to England. The similarities and differences between the species inhabiting different islands, and between the island species and those of continental South America, gave rise to Darwin's initial thoughts on the possibility of transmutation of characteristics in species, and represents to history the origin of his revolutionary and controversial theories of evolution. REFERENCES: Freeman 10; Hill I pp. 104-5; Norman 584; Sabin 37826. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Die Burgvesten und Ritterschlösser der österreichischen Monarchie. nebst der topographisch-pittoresken Schilderung ihrer Umgebungen, der Familienkunde ihrer ehemaligen und jetzigen Besitzer, der Lebensweise und Characteristik des Ritterthums und den Geschichten und Sagen der österreichischen Vorzeit - 8 Bände. Band 1 - 8.

      Brünn, Traßler, 1839 - 214, 215, 215, 215, 216, 167, 166, 166 Seiten sehr schöne Privatbindung, Goldprägung am Buchrücken, jeder Teil außer Band 2 mit gestochenem Frontispiz ( in Band 2 fehlt das Frontispiz) Papier altersbedingt etwas gedunkelt, sonst alle acht Bände guter Zustand Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De l'affranchissement des Esclaves et de ses rapports avec la Politique actuelle.

      Joubert, Paris 1839 - In-8 ( 230x140 mm ) demi maroquin brun, , dos lisse orné de la date dorée en queue. Titre doré sur pièce maroquin havane.Reliure moderne de Y. RAMEAU à Marseille.74 pages.Tache claire importante sur l'ensemble de l'ouvrage en coin inférieur.- Exemplaire truffé du Journal des débats politiques et littéraire du 5 Juillet 1840 concernant la politique envers les Colonies européennes et de l'esclavage dans ces Colonies, le dit journal a été relié in fine.- Relié à la suite : - Lettre à Monsieur Granier ( de Cassagnac )par BISSETTE, Rédacteur de la Revue des Colonies. 20 pages. Concernant les propos de Granier à l'encontre des nèges et mulâtres aux Antilles.- Appendice de la Revue des Colonies ( 2 ) Réception de M. Granier ( de Cassagnac ) à Haïti. 16 pages. Texte du Manifeste, journal du Port au Prince. M. Granier ( de Cassagnac ) provoqué en Duel par M. Nathan, de Race Nègre. Nouveau Code Noir de la Guyane façon Granier ( de Cassagnac ). M. granier et son Capo étudiant la question de l'abolition à la Basse-Terre. Le Négrophobe Granier chez les Noirs. Colonies Esclavage.

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        Faraday's Experimental Researches in Electricity: Volumes I to III

      Bernard Quaritch, 1111. Hardcover. Good. Facsimile Reprint. No dust jacket. Facsimile reprint edition with dates: Volume I 1839 II 1844 III 1855. Green boards. B&W illustrations. 3 Volumes. 8 folding plates vol.1. 5 plates vol. 2, 4 plates vol. 3. All volumes have internal hinge cracking but pages remain tight. Vol 1 text block detached from rear board. Long inscriptions in pen to feps, and to half-title page in vol.3. Light tanning, finger marks and foxing to page and plate edges. Mild chipping to fore-edges. Occasional pencil annotations. Water stains to top edge of plates in v3. Creasing to paste-down and endpapers in v3. All volumes have bumping to edges and corners with moderate rub wear and marking to edges and boards. Small tears to spine ends. Evidence of mild surface water staining to vol. 2. Spines have softened a little.

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        Don Juan Junior: a Poem, by Byron's Ghost! Edited by G.R. Wythen Baxter, Author of "Humour and Pathos," "Poor Law Papers." &c

      Joseph Thomas, et al., London 1839 - First edition. xii, 118 + 2 pp ads. 1 vols. 8vo. Rare in wrappers. "This piece contains much vague, confused, rambling satire on men and manners." However, Chew allows that "the piece is of unusual significance, for the character of the younger Juan, in its brutal, cynical faithlessness and egotism, is the nearest approach to the true Don Juan tradition that has appeared in England since Shadwell's 'Libertine' and the Lovelace of Richardson." (Chew). Wise II, p. 100; Chew, pp. 61-2 Original stiff gray wrappers, printed paper label on upper cover. Spine defective, upper wrapper detached. Bookplate of William Clyde Wilkins, author of CHARLES DICKENS IN AMERICA (1912), and with several (of his?) pen-and-ink sketches on flyleaf xii, 118 + 2 pp ads. 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Insieme di due documenti manoscritti in lingua francese riguardanti il conte Pozzo di Borgo. Entrambi i fascicoli sono del Notaio A. Biesta di Parigi con sue firme autografe. A. "Testament de M. le Comte Charles Andre' Pozzo di Borgo" 14 aout 1839. 16 pagine in-8. B. "De'pot juidiciaire du Testament et des codicilles olographes de Mr. le Duc Pozzo di Borgo". 21 fe'vrier 1879. 24 pagine in-4. Unito volumetto a stampa tit. Notice sur le Chateau de la Punta Pozzo di Borgo (Ajaccio 1899); 8 pagg. in-8, leg. cartone.

      1839.

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        Travels in Europe; viz. in England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands. 5de druk. New York: Harper, 1839.

      - Geb. in leer, 16+688 p., ill. Band gerestaureerd. Lit: Jacobsen Jensen 300; Smith nr. F 32 (3de druk). De Amerikaanse schrijver Wilbur Fisk (1792-1839), president van de Wesleyan University, bezocht Europa in 1836. In Nederland beschrijft hij: Nijmegen, Loevestein, Dordrecht, Rotterdam, 's Gravenhage en Leiden. Het boek verscheen in 1838 en werd snel enkele malen herdrukt: deze vijfde editie reeds negen maanden na de eerste! Inmiddels was Fisk, na een verblijf in Italie, op 22 februari 1839 overleden: 'his exhausted frame yielded to its severity', aldus de uitgever in deze vijfde druk. Het boek is geillustreerd met 8 (fraaie) gravures van: Isola Bella in het Lago Maggiore, Napels, St. Pieter in Rome, San Marco in Venetie, brug te Freiburg in Zwitserland, de tunnel onder de Thames, King's College Chapel in Cambridge en vogelvlucht op Edinburgh.R0394

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        Ancient Egypt Objects of Antiquity forming part of the extensive and rich collection from Ancient Egypt brought to England by and now in the possession of J Sams

      Sole edition. Lithograph title-page & 33 lithograph mainly hand-coloured plates. Small folio. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards, rebacked, spine gilt, black morocco label to upper board. London, Executed for, & under the immediate Inspection of the Proprietor,

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        The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby.

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1839. [English literature]. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, with 'visiter' for 'sister' line 17, page 123, and 'latter' for 'letter' 6 lines up, page 160; the illustrations up to p.45 are First Issue, carrying the Chapman and Hall imprint (Eckel). No half-title, but with the green paper cover from issue VII of the original parts bound into prelims. Octavo (22 x 14cm), pp.[4] xvi; 624 [4]. Finely bound in later tan full calf by R. WALLIS, with raised bands, gilt titles to contrasting red and green labels on spine, and further gilt decoration to spine. Gilt dentelle to inner fore-edges, with marbled endpapers and all edges gilt.Modern black ink marks reading 'DGAA 114' directly to marbling of front free endpaper. An exceptionally clean example of the plates, with just a little light wear to the fine late Victorian binding. Very good indeed. The first of Dickens' romances, it is perhaps most famous for its extraordinary and memorable villains, Wackford Squeers and Ralph Nickleby.

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        Abhandlung über Perkussion und Auskultation.

      Wien Mösle & Braumüller 1839 - In-8; XVIII, 1 Bl., 271, (1) pp; Hldr. der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rücken und marmor. Deckelbezügen (berieben und bestoßen, Rücken etwas restauriert); flieg. Vorsatz mit Blindstempel, Titel mit Blindstempel und zwei dezenten Namensstempeln, teilweise etwas gebräunt oder stockfleckig, einzelne Bleistiftanstreichungen; insgesamt gutes Exemplar in zeittypischem Einband. Garrison-Morton 2676; Waller 8978; Darmstaedter 442; Hirsch-H. 5, 429. - Erste Ausgabe von einem der wichtigsten Werke der Zweiten Wiener Medizinischen Schule. Skoda stellt darin die bis heute angewendete diagnostische Methode des Abhörens und Abklopfens des menschlichen Körpers auf eine wissenschaftliche Basis und entwickelt sie weiter. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A collection of Artist's Proof Plates of images from "American Scenery"

      , 1839. 1839. A group of 32 steel engraved proofs on india paper for Bartlett's famous "American Scenery." The images are mounted uniformly on larger card and are all captioned on the card with a preliminary title for the print, in three different penciled handwriting. Some have indications of page numbers "p. 12, p. 108".The bulk of the images (18) are of New York State. The titles below are listed as they appear, (sic). The NY images include "Hudson Highlands Bull Hill; View from West Point on the Hudson N. Yk.; Crow's Nest from Bull Hill West Point; Village of Sing Sing on the Hudson; Chapel of our Lady of Coldspring; View near Anthonys Nose Hudson; Entrance to Hudson Highlands, near Newburgh; The Narrows, Lake George; Little Falls, on the Mohawk; Village of Cattskill (sic); Rail Road Scene, Little Falls; The Outlet of Niagara River; Brock's Monument; New York from Weehawken; Narrows from Fort Hamilton, N.Y.; Park & City Hall, New York; Sabbath Day Point, Lake George; The Rapids above the Falls of Niagara. The remaining images are of New England, Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic States. These include: Descent into Wyoming Valley; Trenton High Falls; Washington's Monument, Baltimore; East Point and Passamaquoddy Bay; Lake Winipiseogee; Notch House, White Mountains; Meredith, New Hampshire; Mount Jefferson from Mount Washington; Boston & Bunker Hill from the East; Valley of the Connecticut from Mount Holyoke; View on the Susquehanna; Northumberland, on Susquehanna; Mount Tom & the Connecticut River; Valley of the Shenandoah from Jeffersons Rock. India paper measures approx. 11 x 8 1/2"; the card measures 16 x 10 3/4". The images are pristine- the cards are uniformly tanned with a few a little foxed. An unknown previous owner has penciled at the top border of the cards "1839 artists proof of engraving from Bartletts "American Scenery". RARE." This would be easily erasable. The University of Guelph, Ontario holds an associated item, although the listing is a bit unclear.OCLC: 626941313 lists "Archival Material 119 plates (&) Thesis/dissertation/manuscript ." An interesting grouping to research the development of Bartlett's steel engravings.

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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 1839.. SECOND PRINTING, circa 1839, pamphlet, approximately 185 x 100 mm, 7¼ x 4 inches, folding hand coloured frontispiece, pages: [1-4], 5-24, some pages not numbered, bound in the publisher's original green printed wrappers. Spine worn with loss of paper, slight offset to title page from frontispiece, otherwise a very good clean copy. An uncommon 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 648, No. 898. He states: "The back wrapper lists Church-yard Cleanings, this title not listed on the back wrapper of the first edition", also "Unrecorded in the bibliographies consulted". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Aldine Edition of the British Poets: Complete 53 Volume Set (Zaehnsdorf Binding)

      William Pickering - B002J7OUTY William Pickering; London, 1839-1852. Hardcover. Complete 53 Volume Set. Very Good, 6 1/2 inches tall, tan uniformly full leather-bound, 5 raised bands, 6 compartments, gilt ruled boards, Aldine Poets and Volume number in gilt on second to top compartment, poet name and individual Volume number in gilt on third to top compartment, all other compartments gilt ruled/embossed decorative design, TEG with only light blemishes, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers/pastedowns, purple ribbon marker, tight binding, starting hinges, lightly sunned pages, light age spotting to text block edges/some front and back matters, moderate wear/rub marks to board corners/spine, some rub marks and discoloration to boards, some moisture damage to front/rear board Vol.37, quarter sized moisture stains to rear board Vol.28, moisture stains to top and bottom front board Vol.23, moisture stain to bottom corner of rear board Vol. 4, moderate foxing/age spotting to board of Vol. 1, 22, 44, 48, 35 and 46, front board corners frayed Vol.18, small abrasion to rear board Vol. 16. Still a nice, clean unmarked set. Spines nice with good shelf appear. 8vo[octavo or approx. 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches]. Volumes include: Chaucer (6); Dryden (5); Spenser (5); Swift (3); Burns (3); Young (2); Cowper (3); Charles Churchill (3); Thomson (2); Pope (3); Milton (3); Butler (2); Prior (2); and single volumes of each of the following: Henry Howard (Earl of Surrey); Shakespeare; Falconer; Kirk White; Goldsmith; Beattie; Parnell; Akenside; Collins; Thomas Gray; and Sir Thomas Wyatt. We pack securely and ship daily with delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Notes taken during travels in Africa .

      London Printed by J. L. Cox for private circulation only 1839 - First edition. 4to (2.62 x 20cm.), [viii], 218pp., half-title, 3 lithographed plates, polished black morocco by T. Lloyd, inner dentelles, gilt edges, marbled endpapers, plates slightly spotted, a fine copy. Rare privately printed journal of Davidson's attempt to cross the Western Sahara from Tangier to Timbuktoo which ended with his murder in November 1836. John Davidson (1797-1836), an English adventurer, embarked at Falmouth on 1834, taking with him the freed slave Edward Donellan. On arrival at Tangier the British consul begged Davidson to give up his visit to Timbuktu on account of the tribal warfare being waged on the edge of the Sahara, but the explorer pressed on regardless. He arrived at Fez and left for the desert, passing through Marrakesh, and eventually reached the Wadi Num (Noun or Assaka). In the region of Tindouf he was shot dead and his possessions stolen. Donellan continued with the caravan to Timbuktu and was never heard of again. Davidson's letters and most of his journal found their way back to Britain and were privately published in 1839. The fine plates depict two views of Wadnoon and one of the river Draha. Howgego D4; Playfair & Brown, 609. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Works of Lord Byron, Complete in Eight Volumes (Eight-Volume Set)

      Philadelphia: E. L. Carey & A. Hart, 1839. First. Small octavo; VG-/no-DJ; tan spine with gold text, six embossed bands, gold chalice illustration; boards are slightly brittle, outside hinges of front and rear covers of volumes one, six and seven are split, outside hinge of front cover of volume five is split, boards of each volume have moderate age discoloration and severe discoloration and sunning to spine, corners of each volume are bumped, rubbed and frayed, covers have moderate scuffing and staining, heads and tails of each spine have bumping and rubbing, top inch of spine of volume six is loose and hanging from binding, text and chalice illustration on each spine still intact and visible; textblocks of each volume have moderate foxing and age-toning, readability not affected, edges have moderate age-toning, foxing and staining, hinge of volume one is split at title page, binding visible, volume two has light water damage and staining which is visible from front free-end paper to page 65, pages 15-22 of volume six are detached from binding and torn along margins, section of pages is enclosed in proper order. SHELVED NEAR ROCKVILLE FRONT DESK. [Oversized book. Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates]. Full-priced Rockville.

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        Cucina teorico-pratica

      CAVALCANTI Ippolito. Cucina teorico-pratica col corrispondente riposto ed apparecchio di pranzi e cene con quattro analoghi disegni. Metodo pratico per scalcare, e far servire in tavola. Lista di quattro piatti al giorno per un anno intero e finalmente una cucina casareccia in dialetto napoletano con altra lista analoga. Seconda edizione. Napoli, dalla tipografia di G. Palma, 1839. In 8vo; pp.VIII,440. In fine quattro tavole spieghevoli. Ex libris. Mezza pelle coeva, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Westbury, pag.44; Paleari Henssler, 585. Raro. "Ippolito duca di Buonvicino, apparteneva ad un'antica famiglia nobile che discendeva direttamente dal famosissimo Guido Cavalcanti, amico di Dante e poeta del dolce stilnovo. Con la sua opera seppe fotografare una parte rilevante della cucina napoletana dell'Ottocento. "Cucina teorico pratica", scritta con stile semplice e immediato, note argute e interessanti osservazioni, venne pubblicata per la prima volta a Napoli nel 1837. Il Duca suddivise il manuale in due parti, compiendo un itinerario attraverso i diversi ceti sociali, fatto assai inusuale al tempo. La prima sezione venne redatta in lingua italiana, per nobili e ricchi borghesi. La seconda fu scritta in dialetto napoletano, per il popolo e la borghesia che usava il dialetto quale linguaggio quotidiano. Ippolito, oltre alle varie ricette, aggiunse in dialetto napoletano anche dei piatti per le ricorrenze importanti dell'anno: Natale, Capodanno, Pasqua ecc." (taccuinistorici.it)

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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 1839. SECOND PRINTING, circa 1839, pamphlet, approximately 185 x 100 mm, 7¼ x 4 inches, folding hand coloured frontispiece, pages: [1-4], 5-24, some pages not numbered, bound in the publisher's original green printed wrappers. Spine worn with loss of paper, slight offset to title page from frontispiece, otherwise a very good clean copy. An uncommon 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 648, No. 898. He states: "The back wrapper lists Church-yard Cleanings, this title not listed on the back wrapper of the first edition", also "Unrecorded in the bibliographies consulted". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Paris le Matin. (Sur blanc).

      Paris: Le Charivari, 1839.(). Suite of 12 hand-colored lithographs heightened gum arabic on wove paper without verso text. Sur blanc, coloriée et gommée à l'époque. Images: 252 x 188 mm. Sheets: 335 x 250 mm. Armelhault & Bocher, nos. 902-913. Before publication in Le Charivari. Printed by Aubert.

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        Memoirs Of The Public And Private Life Of Napoleon Bonaparte; With Copious Historical Illustrations, And Original Anecdotes, From The Ms. of Count Labedoyere, Interspersed With Extracts From M.V. Arnault, Counts Rapp, Montholon, Las Cases Gourgaud, Segur, &c; Preceded By An Interesting Analysis Of The French Revolution

      London: George Virtue, 1839. Hardcover. Three quarter navy morocco and navy cloth. Aeg. Fine. 2 vols. 1052 pages. 21 x 13 cm. Bound by Bayntun of Bath: 12 hand colored plates, five in volume I and seven in volume II, including one map. One can note the quires, slightly toned, in this later edition inserted from previous printing. Chronological Account Of Napoleon's Achievements. Overall, a bright copy, marbled endpapers, raised bands, gilt spine panels decorated in Napoleonic motifs.

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        A collection of Artist's Proof Plates of images from "American Scenery"

      1839 - A group of 32 steel engraved proofs on india paper for Bartlett's famous "American Scenery." The images are mounted uniformly on larger card and are all captioned on the card with a preliminary title for the print, in three different penciled handwriting. Some have indications of page numbers "p. 12, p. 108". The bulk of the images (18) are of New York State. The titles below are listed as they appear, (sic). The NY images include "Hudson Highlands Bull Hill; View from West Point on the Hudson N. Yk.; Crow's Nest from Bull Hill West Point; Village of Sing Sing on the Hudson; Chapel of our Lady of Coldspring; View near Anthonys Nose Hudson; Entrance to Hudson Highlands, near Newburgh; The Narrows, Lake George; Little Falls, on the Mohawk; Village of Cattskill (sic); Rail Road Scene, Little Falls; The Outlet of Niagara River; Brock's Monument; New York from Weehawken; Narrows from Fort Hamilton, N.Y.; Park & City Hall, New York; Sabbath Day Point, Lake George; The Rapids above the Falls of Niagara. The remaining images are of New England, Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic States. These include: Descent into Wyoming Valley; Trenton High Falls; Washington's Monument, Baltimore; East Point and Passamaquoddy Bay; Lake Winipiseogee; Notch House, White Mountains; Meredith, New Hampshire; Mount Jefferson from Mount Washington; Boston & Bunker Hill from the East; Valley of the Connecticut from Mount Holyoke; View on the Susquehanna; Northumberland, on Susquehanna; Mount Tom & the Connecticut River; Valley of the Shenandoah from Jeffersons Rock. India paper measures approx. 11 x 8 1/2"; the card measures 16 x 10 3/4". The images are pristine- the cards are uniformly tanned with a few a little foxed. An unknown previous owner has penciled at the top border of the cards "1839 artists proof of engraving from Bartletts "American Scenery". RARE." This would be easily erasable. The University of Guelph, Ontario holds an associated item, although the listing is a bit unclear. OCLC: 626941313 lists "Archival Material 119 plates (&) Thesis/dissertation/manuscript ." An interesting grouping to research the development of Bartlett's steel engravings. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
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        The Aldine Edition of the British Poets: Complete 53 Volume Set (Zaehnsdorf Binding)

      William Pickering. LEATHER BOUND. B002J7OUTY William Pickering; London, 1839-1852. Hardcover. Complete 53 Volume Set. Very Good, 6 1/2 inches tall, tan uniformly full leather-bound, 5 raised bands, 6 compartments, gilt ruled boards, Aldine Poets and Volume number in gilt on second to top compartment, poet name and individual Volume number in gilt on third to top compartment, all other compartments gilt ruled/embossed decorative design, TEG with only light blemishes, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers/pastedowns, purple ribbon marker, tight binding, starting hinges, lightly sunned pages, light age spotting to text block edges/some front and back matters, moderate wear/rub marks to board corners/spine, some rub marks and discoloration to boards, some moisture damage to front/rear board Vol.37, quarter sized moisture stains to rear board Vol.28, moisture stains to top and bottom front board Vol.23, moisture stain to bottom corner of rear board Vol. 4, moderate foxing/age spotting to board of Vol. 1, 22, 44, 48, 35 and 46, front board corners frayed Vol.18, small abrasion to rear board Vol. 16. Still a nice, clean unmarked set. Spines nice with good shelf appear. 8vo[octavo or approx. 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches]. Volumes include: Chaucer (6); Dryden (5); Spenser (5); Swift (3); Burns (3); Young (2); Cowper (3); Charles Churchill (3); Thomson (2); Pope (3); Milton (3); Butler (2); Prior (2); and single volumes of each of the following: Henry Howard (Earl of Surrey); Shakespeare; Falconer; Kirk White; Goldsmith; Beattie; Parnell; Akenside; Collins; Thomas Gray; and Sir Thomas Wyatt. We pack securely and ship daily with delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire. . Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Mark Lavendier, Bookseller]
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        Copies or Extracts ofCorrespondence since 1st April 1835, between The Secretary of State for theColonies and the Governors of the British North American Provinces,respecting THE INDIANS in those provinces. (Mr. Labouchere). Ordered, bythe House of Commons

      [London. 1839].. Soft cover. Book folio. 34.5cm, iv,171p., in the original printed blue wraps, expertlyrebacked, printed spine titles, some occasional very slight staining, afine copy, rare. (cgc) T.P.L. 2268. Not in Lande, Gagnon, Davidson, Field,Sabin, Streeter. Detailed report on native Indians of the Canadianprovinces in 1835. The correspondence relates to the Indians of Lower andUpper Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, Jan.1836 - March, 1839. Despatches from Lord Glenelg, Lord Durham, Sir J.Colborne, Sir F.B. Head, Sir George Arthur, Sir C.A. FitzRoy; concerningmatters such as, reducing the expenditures by England on Indians in Upperand Lower Canada, social condition, missionaries, education, etc. .

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        The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman.

      London: Charles Tilt, 1839. First printing. Paperback. Fine. George Cruikshank. 11 plates. 12mo. Green flexible cloth with a Cruikshank illustration on the cover in gilt. Custom embroidered slipcase (newer), with hand-colored borders after Cruikshank and inset panel on upper and lower covers of embroidered material. Fine. Cohn 243. First edition, first issue, as stanza V line 2, reads wine. Pagination in the center of the page (in the body of the book). The last page is No. 40. Eight pages of advertisements. Clarke, Printers, Silver Street, Falcon Square verso of title-page and at the foot of page 40. Fine. Notated music after Cruikshanks preface. Booksellers tag of W.H. Dalton, 28 Cockspur St., Charing Cross. This poem was a personal favorite of Cruikshanks, and he was known to utilize a costume from table-covers, table-napkins, and antimacassars or anything else he could lay his hands on to deliver his rousing rendition of Lord Bateman, the tune of which appears notated just before the first page of text.

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        Billet mit eigenh. Paraphe. O. O., 24. IV. 1839.

      1839. ½ S. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt. 8vo. "Il y a bien longtems que je ne vous ai vu, & je desire beaucoup comter avec vous. Veuilles venir me voir - demain matin à onze heures".

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        "GO AHEAD!!" THE CROCKETT ALMANAC 1840 [wrapper title]

      Nashville: Published by Ben Harding, 1839. 33,[3]pp. including illustrations. Original pictorial wrappers, string-tied. Light dust soiling to wrappers, slightly worn at edges. Scattered foxing. A very good copy. Volume 2, No. 2 of the Crockett almanacs, with the usual stories of mayhem and heroism in the West, graphically illustrated. The illustration on the front wrapper shows the great scout being startled by an owl while the rear illustration, captioned "The Way They Travel in the West," shows a man in a boat being wildly pulled by two sea serpents. Other illustrations include "Col. Crockett beat at a shooting match," "Account of a goose pulling," "Indian notions," "Ben Harding's account of a shipwreck," "The Heroine of Kaintuck," and "Col. Crockett and the bear and the swallows." STREETER SALE 4189. HOWES C897, "aa." DRAKE 13416. ALLEN IMPRINTS 1545. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 55899.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        GO AHEAD!!" THE CROCKETT ALMANAC 1840 [wrapper title].

      Nashville: Published by Ben Harding, [1839]. - 33,[3]pp. including illustrations. Original pictorial wrappers, string- tied. Light dust soiling to wrappers, slightly worn at edges. Scattered foxing. A very good copy. Volume 2, No. 2 of the Crockett almanacs, with the usual stories of mayhem and heroism in the West, graphically illustrated. The illustration on the front wrapper shows the great scout being startled by an owl while the rear illustration, captioned "The Way They Travel in the West," shows a man in a boat being wildly pulled by two sea serpents. Other illustrations include "Col. Crockett beat at a shooting match," "Account of a goose pulling," "Indian notions," "Ben Harding's account of a shipwreck," "The Heroine of Kaintuck," and "Col. Crockett and the bear and the swallows." STREETER SALE 4189. HOWES C897, "aa." DRAKE 13416. ALLEN IMPRINTS 1545. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 55899.

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        Original Sketches and Rhymes...for the Bazaar at Leeds.

      Whitsuntide, 1839.(). Large 4to. Poems and 7 etchings by Redgrave, AWC. Creswick, Ewe, Cope and others. These artists formed The Etching Club in 1840 and these works are therefore early and scarce. Weston Gallery, London. Catalogue 10A, 1980. Victorian Etchers.

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        Cutch or Random Sketches taken during a residence in one of the Northern Provinces of Western India  interspersed with Legends and Traditions

      First edition.   Coloured map and plates (one double page) with further vignettes in the text with a lithograph half-title. 8vo.  Original cloth, new leather spine. xix,283, 6 ads. London, Smith Elder,

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        [Pre-Raphaelite Stained Glass Watercolor Design- Thomas WIlliam Camm, Camm Studios] Exquisite Watercolor Triptych

      Spectacular large square triptych watercolor stained-glass design by Thomas William Camm, mounted onto thick cardboard. Written in calligraphic hand by Camm below the paintings, but on the artboard: "T. W. Camm * No. 487 * Smethwick." Expertly painted with a high degree of detail and skill. Thomas William Camm (1839-1912), founder, chief artist/designer and manufacturer of stained glass in England, opening operation in 1865 as Camm Brothers in Smethwick, and later, "The Studio." Thomas Camm was one of the most accomplished stained glass designers of the period. The American architect Ralph Adams Cram wrote "at the present moment a large number of artists in England are producing work of most singular beauty and perfection. Amongst these I have no hesitation in placing Mr. Camm easily as the first". His daughter Florence Camm produced most of the artwork for the company after his death in 1912. The studio won medals in Paris in 1878, Sydney in 1879 and in Turin in 1911 and commissions came in from America, Spain, New Zealand and India. Dozens of churches, institutions and private homes in England still boast stained glass windows designed by Camm and his daughter. Near fine. Provenance: Directly from Camm Studio Estate.

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        SKETCHES IN SCOTLAND.

      - Drawn from nature and on stone. Pp. [ii](dedication leaf)+[2](explanation of plates), 26 lithographic plates on 25 sheets (including the pictorial title page), most with tissue guards; impl. folio; dark green qr. leather, the gilt lettered spine quite worn and grazed, upper joint starting, green cloth boards, upper board lettered in gilt, lightly worn, the edges more so; hinges reinforced at endpapers but internally cracked, with some plates loosening, scattered foxing (heavier on text leaves) and slight soiling, a little minor wear & tear; the author, London, 1839. *Shabby copy. Samuel Swarbreck was a London-based painter who exhibited at the Royal Academy in the 1850s and 1860s. These sketches, mostly architectural, were made during his 1837 tour of Scotland. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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