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        Dictionary, Practical, Theoretical, and Historical of Commerce and Commercial Navigation: Illustrated with Maps and Plans.,

      Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, London 1839 - Text Englisch. Komplett, kollationiert! Marmorierter Hartkarton- Einband mit pappbezogenem Rücken mit montierter Papier-Titelei (diese teilweise abgelöst), jedoch solide Bindung. Buchblock einwandfrei. 16 Verlagswerbung-Seiten als Vorsatzblätter. Große Welt-Faltkarte gegenüber vom Titelblatt, unverletzt. 1269 Seiten mit Supplement (136 Seiten) +Weitere Verlagswerbung (16 Seiten). Mit zahlreichen Plänen, Tafeln und Faltkarten. Überwiegend stockfleckenfrei! Faltkarten: 1. The World on Mercator`s Projection. (Unverletzt). 2. Central & southern Europe with the Mediterranean See. (Unverletzt). 3. Navigable Rivers, and the completed and proposed canals & rail-roads of Great Britain & Ireland with the coal fields, light houses etc. (Unverletzt). 4. British Possessions in North America with part of the United States compiled from official sources. With city/harbor plans of Montreal and Quebec. (Unverletzt). 5. River Thames with the docks from Blackwall to the Tower. (Unverletzt). 6. South West part of Lancashire with the entrances to the Rivers Mersey & Dee. (Unverlezt). Pläne u.a.: Elsineur (Helsingor), Gibraltar, New York, Petersburgh (St. Petersburg), Rio de Janeiro. Eine hochinteressante Monographie zu den damaligen internationalen Handelsbeziehungen mit u.a. Kapiteln zur Sklaverei, Landwirtschaft, Versicherungswesen, Hafenbeschreibungen, Auktionshäusern, wertvolle Metalle, Gesetzgebungen, etc. An essential monograph on maritime trade with a profusion of information on harbors, docks, laws, commodities, places, destinations, international banking, insurances, tariffs, slave trade, shipping, navigable routes throughout the world. 1269 pages with supplement (136 pages), 6 large folded maps, intact, city and harbor maps, tables and diagrams. Almost no foxing. Complete, clean. Simple card board binding with the expected patina of a reference work which has been used. Altogether good condition. 15 x 23 Cm. 1,93 Kg. Gewicht in Gramm: 1930 New Edition Corrected and Improved Hartkarton Gebrauchspuren

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        A History of Long Island: Containing an Account of the Discovery and Settlement, with Other Important and Interesting Matters to the Present Time [with] Autograph Letter Signed from Thompson to Francis Baylies

      New-York: E. French. 1839. First. First edition. Tall octavo. 24cm. 536pp., illustrated with two plates. Publisher's dark brown ribbed cloth decorated and ruled in blind, and titled in gilt. Dampstain at the bottom corners, still a reasonably bright, very good or better copy with small nicks at the spine ends. Howes T187. [With] Four-page Autograph Letter Signed dated 22 July 1841 by Thompson from Hempstead, L.I. to Hon. Francis Baylies in Taunton, Massachusetts. Quarto leaf written on all sides. Tears at the folds, small chip on p.3-4 removing a couple of letters, good. Thompson asked Baylies, author of An Historical Account of the Colony of New Plymouth (Howes B261) for help in establishing the lineage of the Millett family of Long Island, descended apparently from Thomas Millett of Plymouth Colony. A very detailed letter of approximately 1000 (mostly easily readable) words. .

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        History of Long Island : Containing an Account of the Discovery and Settlement, with Other Important and Interesting Matters to the Present Time

      New-York : E. French 1839 - Physical desc. : 536 p. , [2] leaves of plates : ill ; 24 cm. Pages 142-481 devoted to histories of the counties and towns. Sabin 95468. Subject: Long Island (N. Y. ) - Discovery and exploration. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title directly gilt-blocked. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - of presentation quality. 1 Kg. 536 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Edinburgh Journal of Natural History and of Physical Sciences. Vol. I. 1835-1839. [bound with] The Animal Kingdom of the Baron Cuvier, Enlarged and Adapted to the Present State of Zoological Science

      Edinburgh: Published for the Proprietor. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed with upper board detached. Text block firm. Several discrete stamps of Paisley Free Library and Museum with book-plate on paste-down. Five leaves of plates missing which appear not to have been bound in. Plates with some light age toning to page edges but overall VG. 1839. First Edition. Half leather marbled board cover. 350mm x 240mm (14" x 9"). 180pp; 196pp. 60 woodcuts in the text in Part I. 78 [of 83] full page hand coloured plates in Part II. .

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        Notes Taken During Travels in Africa by the late John Davidson, F.R.S. F.S.A., &c. Printed for Private Circulation only.

      London, J. L. Cox & sons 1839.. 28,5 x 23 cm. [4] Bl., 218 S. Mit insgesamt 3 lithographierten Tafeln. Zeitgenössisches schlichtes Ganzleinen mit Titel in Goldprägung am Rücken und auf dem Vorderdeckel. Kopfgoldschnitt. Einband berieben und bestossen, Bindung gelockert. Besitzeinträge. Schmutztitel und Frontispiz stockfleckig, gelegentlich fleckig. Browning, half title and frontispice spotted.. Henze II, 22. Nicht in Abbey. John Davidsons (1797-1836) Tagebuchnotizen und Briefe, die sein Bruder drei Jahre nach seiner Ermordung in der Nähe des Wad Nun als Privatdruck herausgab. "He went to Egypt at the end of 1829, visited the Pyramids, and passed overland to Cosseir, where he embarked for India on his way to China and Persia. An attack of cholera, however, drove him back to Cosseir. He made an excursion through Arabia, and visited Palestine, Syria, the Greek Isles, Athens, and Constantinople, collecting much useful geographical information, which he afterwards communicated to the public in papers read at the meetings of the Royal Society and the Royal Institution of London. In 1831 he went to America, visiting Niagara and the Canadas, New York, New Orleans, Tampico, and Mexico. He visited the Pyramids of Choluteca and took their measurement. Elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1832 he settled down for a time to the study of Egyptology. On 13 July 1833 he delivered an address on embalming at the Royal Institution, when he unrolled a mummy in the presence of a deeply interested audience (Athenaeum, 1833, pp. 481-3). His craving for travel was, however, irresistible. He undertook to head an African expedition, of which he defrayed the whole expense himself, and proposed to proceed by way of Fez to Tafilelt, and thence, after examining the southern slope of Mount Atlas, to Nigritia, across the Sahara. He quitted England in August 1835, bound for Timbuctoo. Going to Gibraltar he crossed the straits into Morocco, and there his medical knowledge was so highly appreciated by the sultan and his officials that he obtained with great difficulty permission to depart. In a letter to his brother he states that no less than twelve hundred patients passed through his hands while in Morocco. When leaving he was obliged to plead that his stock of medicine was exhausted, and at his request a medicine-chest was forwarded to the sultan from England. He started for the great desert at the end of November 1836, but while stopping at a watering-place called Swekeza he was robbed and murdered on 18 Dec. 1836." Robert Harrison in Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 14, p. 127-28

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        Erstes Concert des Franz Liszt im Saale der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde Dienstag den 19. November 1839. Broadside program for the second of Liszt's concerts in Vienna, November 19, 1839, a benefit for the Beethoven Memorial Fund

      Wien T. Haslinger... Gedruckt bey J.B. Wallishausser [1839]. 1 page. Quarto, 235 x 184 mm. The program includes the following works, with Liszt at the piano: 1. Scherzo, orage et Finale der Pastoral- Sinfonie von L. von Beethoven... 2. Ariette (il Platano), componirt von Gius. Curci, vorgetragen von Dlle. L. Tuczek, k.k. hof-Opernsaengerinn. 3. Hexameron. Bravour=Variationen ueber den Puritaner=Marsch, componirt von Chopin, Czerny, Herz, Liszt, Piris und Thalberg... 4. Vocal=Quartett fuer vier Maennerstimmen. 5. Ave Maria, von Schubert, Grosse Etude (Nr. 4 in D- moll)... Slightly worn and browned; some overall creasing, foxing and small edge tears; creased along central folds; small portion of blank left margin lacking.. "After travelling for three days and nights, Liszt arrived in Vienna in the early hours of the morning of November 15. His concerts had been sold out days in advance. (Tobias Haslinger acted as his impresario.) Between November 18 and December 4 Liszt gave six matinee recitals in aid of the Beethoven Memorial Fund. The opening concert on November 18 was a gala affair attended by the dowager empress, at which Liszt played his transcription of Beethoven's Pastorale Symphony for the first time. A newspaper article proclaimed him "Protector of Beethoven." This set the tone for the Viennese public, with whom he was immensely popular. Total strangers applauded him in the hotel lobby. Prints of him were sold in the shops, and the ever-resourceful Viennese confectioners sold biscuits in the shape of a grand piano iced with the word "Liszt." The critic Saphir wrote a perceptive article in Der Humorist. In an amusing letter to Marie, Liszt observed that he had becoome so famous that even the doctor treating him for a cold - he had arrived in Vienna with a fever - had suddenly been inundated with new patients requesting not treatment but news of the great pianist." Walker, pp. 280-1. The singer of the ariette by Curci was the noted Viennese soprano Leopoldine Tuczek (1821-1883).\ Liszt chose to perform his virtuosic Transcendental Etude No. 4 ("Mazeppa") in D minor as the final work on the program.

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        Grandezze di Maria Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 und 7,

      Fuligno Tipografia Tomassini, 1839 - 1841. - 1810 S. aussen stark berieben, bibl. Ex., St. a. V., gebräunt, in ital. Sprache, Rücken z. T. eingerissen, Aufkl. a. Rücken, Sprache: it Gewicht in Gramm: 1200

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        Mitchell's School Atlas

      Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., Philadelphia, PA 1839 - Book condition: fair, wonderful hand colored maps though 17 and 18 are missing, the remaining maps show brilliant color and detail, cover is worn with small sections of the paper missing mostly at the perimeter on front and back, front board shows a slight waving, spine is worn through at the edge in some spots, there is no title page with the volume starting at Geographical and Statistical Tables No. I, the spine has pulled away from the binding, there is a one inch tear to the outside edge of map 12, map 9 is torn away from the binding but there are no pieces missing, some staining to the back endpapers but the maps are remarkably clean for a volume of this age, 10 X 12 inches, * Postage for oversized and international shipping will be calculated by size and weight. AbeBooks shipping quotes are ESTIMATES only. If actual shipping cost is less than the AbeBooks estimate, it is our practice to REFUND the difference to the buyer. * NOAMZ [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Markaff, der Seelenfänger, oder des neunfachen Mörders Erlösung aus den Banden der Unterirdischen. Räuber- und Geistergeschichte von dem Verfasser der Novantiken. Nebst einem Kupfer. Erster und Zweiter Theil.

      Gera. Heinsius sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1839. - 2 in 1, ohne die Kupfer, kl.8°. 15,5 x 9,9 cm. (1) Bl., 190, (1) Bl.,205 Seiten, In gutem Zustand. Einband berieben, die Ecken leicht bestoßen, der Buchblock teils leicht gebräunt, aber sauber, ohne die genannten Titelkupfer, sehr seltene Ausgabe. Johann Gottwerth Müller (genannt Müller von Itzehoe) geboren 17.Mai 1743 in Hamburg, gestorben 23.Juni 1828 in Itzehoe), deutscher Schriftsteller, bekannt für den 1779 erschienenen humoristischen Roman "Siegfried von Lindenberg", in dem plattdeutsche Mundart vorkommt, 1781/82 erschien eine erweiterte Fassung des Romans, weitere Werke 1799, Novantiken. Eine Sammlung kleiner Romane. spätere Nachbindung mit schwarzem Lederrückenschild, Hardcover in Halbleinwand, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Daguerréotype. (Seance du Lundi 19 Aout 1839). (+ Daguerre:) Des procédés photogéniques comme moyens de gravure - Lettre de M. Daguerre à M. Arago. (Séance du Lundi 20 Septembre 1839).

      (Paris, Bachelier), 1839. 4to. No wrappers. In: "Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de L'Academie des Sciences", Tome IX, No. 8 a. 14. Pp. (249-) 282 a. pp. (417-) 436. Arago's rapport: Pp. 250-267 - Daguerre's letter: pp. 423-429. Both issues clean and fine.. First printing of the first official and complete report of the invention of the "daguerreotype", the photographic process invented by Louis Daguerre. The presentation by Arago preceeded Daguerre's own publication "Historique de description des procédés du daguerreotype et du diorama", (1839). Together with Daguerre's letter to Arago in which he relates the process of heliography and describes his contract with Niépce to exploit the heliogrphis process. The Heliogravure was invented by Niépce

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        Modes de Paris (Two Volumes) Petit Courrier des Dames; Bon Ton

      London: S. & J. Fuller, 1839-1847. First edition. Half Vellum. Very Good. 4to. The first volume is 26 by 16.5 cm, the second volume, 28 by 19.5 cm. 214 and 153 hand-colored plates, respectively, for a total of 367 such plates. Notwithstanding the difference in size, the two volumes are bound in a matching half vellum and marbled boards, and they read as a set. The difference in size is NOT because the plates were cut differently, but rather, a reflection of a change in the size of the original printing. The plates were staples of fashion magazines such as Bon Ton, but it is also believed that often such plates were available individually and those that went into these two volumes were a compilation of plates sold singly, as there would be markings in the margins of some if they had been pulled from bound volumes. The plates are mostly of women's fashion, with a smattering of men's, and the collection here facilitates greatly our observance of the then slow but steady evolution of fashion over an eight year period. Number of plate neatly inked in corner of each plate. Scattered light foxing. Soiling to the vellum and wear to the boards.

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        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.....

      Lovely 1839 first edition copy of this famous book. With the handcolored map, measuring approximately 20" by 23"; map with a tear as shown in the photo, otherwise crisp and fresh; some wear or nibbling along the bottom edge of the front board, binding else in near fine condition. Rare in the first edition and a nice copy in any edition.

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        Über einige Nager mit äusseren Backentaschen aus dem westlichen Nord-America. Mit einer Steindrucktafel.

      Breslau & Bonn, E. Weber, 1839. [Separata aus: Nova Acta Physico-Medica Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum, tom. 19.1]. - Quart. S. [365]-384, mit einer kolorierten, lithograph. Tafel. Die Tafel gleichmässig schwach gebräunt. Sauberes Exemplar. 1001 g

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      Houston: Intelligencer Office - S. Whiting, Printer, 1839.. Title-leaf [verso blank], index, 3pp. [verso blank]; inserted leaf of errata; two plates; General Regulations, 187pp.; Uniform of the Army of the Republic of Texas Prescribed and Published by Order of the President, 16pp. including half title. Original muslin cloth, lacking the printed spine label as usual. Binding somewhat worn, and lightly faded and stained. Front endpaper consists of a page from an 1864 government document relating to Confederate States Army. Text stained and browned. A good copy. In a tan cloth slipcase, morocco label. "These regulations were printed in compliance with a joint resolution of Congress approved by President Lamar on January 23, 1839....Except for the section at the end, 'Uniform of the Army,' they follow closely the GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, City of Washington (copy in my collection). These sixteen pages on the uniform appear to be a revision of the material issued in a twelve-page pamphlet, No. 374 here, and like that pamphlet are preceded by General Order No. 5, dated Houston, May 23, 1839, ordering the adoption of the uniform....If this binding was done in Texas, those copies with the original binding are the earliest examples of Texas binding of which I have a record" - Streeter TEXAS. Streeter locates only three copies of this printing and only six of Streeter TEXAS 372A including his own; several lack the errata leaf, and his copy and that of the Houston Public Library are incomplete. Not in Eberstadt TEXAS 162, Eberstadt TEXAS COLLECTION INVENTORY, Decker, Graff, Howes, or the Streeter sale. STREETER TEXAS 372. NEW HANDBOOK OF TEXAS 5, p.203. VANDALE TEXIANAMETER 181.

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        De la Bienfaisance publique.

      Paris, Jules Renouard 1839 - 4 vol. in-8, LXXXIII-519, [4]-588, [4]-612 et [4]-620 pp., avec un grand tableau dépliant, demi-basane aubergine, dos lisses ornés en long, tranches mouchetées (reliure de l'époque). Dos uniformément insolés, rousseurs, mais bon exemplaire. Ex-libris héraldique. Edition originale de cet ouvrage monumental qui appartient à la seconde partie de la vie du baron de Gérando (1772-1842), constitue comme une sorte de testament et synthétise ses efforts sociaux au cours des premières années de la Monarchie de Juillet : en effet, à partir des années 1820, il se concentra surtout sur les questions d'enseignement et d'assistance, multipliant les initiatives en ce sens (fondation de la Société de morale chrétienne, ouverture d'asiles pour les adolescents sortis des hôpitaux, correspondance avec les principaux philanthropes européens, etc.). [Attributes: First Edition]

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      1839 - SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe. THE POETICAL WORKS. Edited by Mrs. Shelley. In four volumes. London: Edward Moxon, 1839. First edition. 12mo., red publisher's cloth, spines lettered and decorated in guilt. A few spots of foxing at preliminary pages, a tiny nick at the top of the spine of volume one, but overall a lovely and appealing set in what might be the delux binding housed in a Sandgorski & Sutcliff solander box, with a small crack along the side. Scarce thus.

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        Bentley's Miscellany (March, April, May, 1839) [Bound with] Edmond Dantes and Ellen Wareham

      (London; Louisville;Philadelphia): (Bentley; Noble; Peterson). (1839;1849). First. Sammelband. Three distinct works bound in one volume. 23.5 cm. 1. Bentley's Miscellany. (Three issues: March, April, May, 1839; pp. 219-562.) With eight etched plates by George Cruikshank. 2. Edmond Dantes. A sequel to the Count of Monte-Cristo. [by Edmund Flagg] (Louisville, KY: George W. Noble, 1849. 203 pp.) With two wood-engraved frontispiece plates by F.J. Pilliner. 3. Ellen Wareham [or, Love and Duty, by Miss Ellen Pickering [i.e. Arabella Jane Sullivan]. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson (no date); pp. [9]-116, [2]. Lacks the title page, with 2 pages of advertisements at the back. In red half morocco and marbled paper boards, morocco spine label, all edges specked. Good or better with moderate scattered foxing to the text pages. "Ellen Wareham" lacks the title page, and has one circular dampstain to the upper half of the first eight leaves, with a small tear to the first leaf; else all three works are very good and complete. Bentley's features two installments of "Oliver Twist," its first printed appearance, illustrated with two plates by Cruikshank; and the first three installments of "Jack Sheppard" by Ainsworth, with six plates by Cruikshank. Bound in after Bentley's three numbers are two scarce American imprints: the true first American edition of "Edmond Dantes," published in Kentucky, and the first American edition of "Ellen Wareham," published in Philadelphia. .

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        Meyer's Universum, oder Abbildung und Beschreibung des sehenswerthesten und merkwürdigsten der Natur und Kunst auf der gantzen Erde. Band 6.

      - Hildburghausen und New York, Bibliographischen Institut, 1839.Oblong 8vo. Contemporary half calf. With steelengraved title-page and 47 steel-engraved views.* Fine views of Sweden, Spain, Germany, India, Himalaya, Bombay, Calcutta, Moskow, etc. - (Few blank margins sl. waterstained)Andres p.154.

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        Caleb Cushing, U.S. Congressman, Calls for Annexation of Canada

      Newburyport, [ Massachusetts] 1839 - Autograph Letter Signed, to an unidentified recipient, Newburyport, [ Massachusetts], September 28, 1839. "I Trust We May Live To See The Stars & Stripes Floating Over The Citadel Over Quebec." Partial Transcript In all this matter of our British relations, I think the public mind is poisoned by the undue circulation & influence of the New York newspapers.Englishmen are editors or sub-editors in several of the papers that profess to be American. New York lives, thrives & has its being in the importation of British the blindness of their stupidity, the great Wall Street presses have bused & undervalued the Canadian.& done every thing they could to rivet the chains of the Canadians, though the independence of the latter & their annexation to the United States would of itself double the wealth & importance of New York. With time, however, I cannot but hope that the whole country will regard the questions as we do.I trust we may live to see the stars & stripes floating over the citadel of Quebec. Historical BackgroundCushing later served as Attorney General of the United States, and Minister to China, negotiated Panama Canal treaty, and was nominated by President Grant for Chief Justice, but was not confirmed by the Senate.Caleb Cushing (1800-1879); Represented Massachusetts as a Whig in the U.S. Congress (1835-1843); appointed by President Tyler as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to China (1843-5); also empowered to negotiate a treaty of navigation and commerce with Japan; again a member of Mass. house of representatives (1845-6); colonel of a Massachusetts regiment in Mexican-American War; appointed brigadier general by President Polk (1847); unsuccessful candidate for Governor (1847-9); again elected to the State house (1850); declined position as attorney general of Massachusetts (1851); mayor of Newburyport, Mass. (1851-2); judge of Mass. supreme court (1852); appointed by President Pierce as Attorney General of the United States (1853-1857); chairman of the Democratic National Conventions at Baltimore and Charleston in 1860; appointed by President Johnson as a commissioner to codify the laws of the United States (1866-1870); instructed to negotiate a treaty for a ship canal across the Isthmus (1868); appointed by President Grant counsel for the United States before the Alabama claims Arbitration Tribunal in Geneva (1872); nominated by Grant to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, but not confirmed by the Senate (1874); Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Spain (1874-1877). (excerpt from:

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        The North American Tourist

      A.T. Goodrich, New York 1839 - RARE. Original dark brown cloth binding. Boards are blind stamped decoration. Gilt title on spine. Frontispiece with tissue. Three additional engraved plates. Eight folding maps. A very desirable travelogue mainly consisting of travels through the eastern region of the USA. A very early and rare American travelogue. 506 pages. Reference U.S. Iana, No. 495 states "also an undated edition to which some authorities give precedence on the belief of its having appeared in 1839. But maps in all three editions bear 1840 dates." However the 1839 date is stated clearly in this edition. The maps bear no date whatsoever. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Edinburgh Journal of Natural History and of Physical Sciences. Vol. I. 1835-1839. [bound with] The Animal Kingdom of the Baron Cuvier, Enlarged and Adapted to the Present State of Zoological Science

      Edinburgh: Published for the Proprietor. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed with upper board detached. Text block firm. Several discrete stamps of Paisley Free Library and Museum with book-plate on paste-down. Five leaves of plates missing which appear not to have been bound in. Plates with some light age toning to page edges but overall VG. 1839. First Edition. Half leather marbled board cover. 350mm x 240mm (14" x 9"). 180pp; 196pp. 60 woodcuts in the text in Part I. 78 [of 83] full page hand coloured plates in Part II. .

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      Regia Stamperia, 1839-1856, Milano, - 5 gr. voll. in-4, pp. L, 388; 428; 448; 556, 140, 8; XIII, 308, (2), bella leg. m. pelle coeva, carta dec. ai piatti, tit. oro al d. Tagli color. A detta del Prati il migliore fra i vocabolari dialettali milanesi. [355]

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        Wanderungen durch die Herzogthümer Schleswig, Holstein und Lauenburg. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. Kiel, Waeser, 1839. 64, 52, 448 (von 672) S. Mit 10 lithogr. Ansichten nach C.P. Hansen. Neuer marmor. Hlwd.,

      1839 - Kat. d. SH Landesbibl. SHc 13 (nur 2. Aufl., 3. Section).- Selten.- Mit den Sectionen: 1. Rendsburg mit der Umgegend, die Eider und der Schleswig-Holsteinische Canal; 2. Amt Hütten, Stapelholm, Friedrichstadt und die Treene; 3. Nordfriesland.- Mit Lithographien von Ascheberg, Rendsburg (2), Wyck auf Föhr, List auf Sylt, Leck, Husum, Dünen bei Westerland, Nordstrandischmoor, Tondern.- Ohne die 3 Trachtentafeln und ohne die Seiten 449-672.- Teilweise leicht stockfleckig. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        The Complete Family Bible Containing the Sacred Text of the Old and New Testaments with the Apocyrpha At Large Illustrated with Maps and Plates - with John Brown's Concordance [Revised and Corrected]

      Concord, N. H. , Roby, Kimball, And Merrill 1839 - Subjects: Bible & Concordances, English--American Revised. Bible--Versions--United States. Scattered marginal foxing. An exceptional copy in the original gilt-bordered, [full] aniline calf; professionally and very sympathetically re-spined with raised bands, gilt-cross bands and titling. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 8 Kg. 768 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      18 - JARDINE, William, series ed. THE NATURALIST'S LIBRARY. MAMMALIA. [VARIOUS VOLUMES]. Edinburgh: W. H. Lizars, [etc.], 1839(-1841). We offer the following volumes: Vol. 8, Amphibious Carnivora, including the Walrus and Seals, also of the Herbivorous Cetecea, &c., by Robert Hamilton; Vol. 9, Dogs: Candidae or Genus Canis of Authors, including also the Genera Hyaena and Proteles, by Chas. Hamilton Smith; Vol. 11, Marsupialia or Pouched Animals, by G. R. Waterhouse. Illustrated with 103 engraved plates, of which all but seven are beautifully hand-colored; only two engraved title-pages, the three frontis. portraits, and two other plates are uncolored. Three octavo volumes; all are complete. Once uniformly bound in quarter calf and marbled boards, with matching marbled endpapers, gilt labels at spine, and top-edges trimmed and gilt; however, the boards and backstrip of Vol. 11 are detached. Regarding Vols. 8 and 9, their spines are sunned and the leather and boards are heavily rubbed and very worn. Armorial bookplate at front patedown of each volume. Vol. 8 has negligible intermittent foxing throughout; the other volumes are mostly clean internally, despite light foxing of initial and closing leaves. Lovely plates and complete texts which, because of the poor condition of the bindings, are offered with all faults.

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        Travels in South-Eastern Asia, embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam, and China; with Notices of Numerous Missionary Stations, and a Full Account of the Burman Empire; with Dissertations, Tables, etc.

      Boston: Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, 1839 - 2 volumes octavo. Original brown ribbed cloth, title gilt to the spines together with a gilt block of the Buddha, block of a mandarin in blind to all boards. A little rubbed, some chipping and splitting at the spines, light toning, overall very good. 5 steel-engraved plates, 2 of them mounted as frontispieces, folding map, and numerous wood-engraved illustrations to the text, some full-page. First edition. Malcom was born in Philadelphia to a mercantile family, but after a year and a half at a "large commission house he passed through a religious experience which resulted in him joining the Sansom Street Baptist Church" and studying at the Princeton Theological Seminary, being "ordained a Baptist clergyman" in 1820 (DAB). His career as a preacher came to an end in 1835 due to a throat disease, and he was sent to Asia by the American Baptist Foreign Missionary Union, "to examine into, and with the missionaries adjust, many points not easily settled by correspondence; to compare the various modes of operation in different missions" in the region. His three years of travel resulted in revealing descriptions of social, economic, and political conditions as well as meticulous reports on natural resources, the opium trade, agriculture, religion, and slavery. Cordier 419.

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        The Law Relating to the Public Funds; and the Equitable and Legal Remedies with Respect to Funded Property; Including the Practice by Distringas, and under the Statute 1 & 2 Vict. c. 110, With References to the Cases on the Foreign Funds and Public Companies

      Saunders & Benning, Law Booksellers . . . 43 Fleet Street, London 1839 - Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, ex-library, else a good untrimmed copy with ample margins; five copies in OCLC in this country The uncommon only edition of the first legal treatise on public funds, that is, government securities, including a history of stockjobbing and speculation (time-bargains, puts and refusals, bulls and bears), and so anticipating modern hedge funds [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Verhandelingen over de Natuurlijke Geschiedenis der Nederlandsche overzeesche bezittingen, door de Leden der Natuurkundige commissie in Indie en andere schrijvers. Uitgegeven op last van den Koning door J.C. Temminck: ZOOLOGIE.

      - Leiden 1839-1844. Folio (434 x 300mm). pp. (6), 228, 72, 72, 26, 250, with 3 double-page tables and 102 lithographed plates of which 84 beautifully handcoloured. Contemporary green half morocco, richly gilt decorated spine in 6 compartments, edges gilt. A superbly bound copy of the finest zoological work on Indonesia, the former Dutch East Indies. The complete 'Verhandelingen.' comprises 3 volumes one concerning Ethnography, another Zoology and the last one Botany. Volumes could be purchased separately. Of the 102 plates 49 show mammals, including orang-outans and monkeys, 14 birds, 10 reptiles and amphibians, 6 fishes and 23 insects. The present volume was written by S. Mueller and H. Schlegel and edited by. C.J. Temminck. Temminck (1778-1858) was the founder and first director of the Leyden Natural History Museum and the author of a number of important ornithological works.BM.(N.H.)II, 862; Landwehr 197, 454; Nissen ZBI, 4802. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ichthyotomische Tafeln.

      . Berlin, Carl J. Klemann, 1839. Oblong folio (29.3 x 45.5 cm), containing 27 engraved plates with explanatory text in four columns. Original mottled boards. Front board with large green shield with title in script.* Rare very large oblong size atlas on fish anatomy by the German anatomist, surgeon, and ichthyologist Friedrich Christian Rosenthal (1780-1829). Rosenthal died from tuberculosis. This is the second (and last) edition. It is unclear if the first edition contained this large atlas (vide Dean). The plates show complete skeletons of fishes, all very artistically composed and accurately drawn. Three plates slightly trimmed without loss of text. Boards rubbed, old vague library stamp on the front board and title, and on one plate. Repaired tear to one plate, otherwise a very good copy. Dean II, p. 361; Nissen, Fischbücher, 106..

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        Storia del testamento antico esposta in sacre lezioni. Volume 2

      Tipografia delle belle arti, Roma 1839 - Cet ouvrage rarissime, édition originale, est en bon état d'usage. Il constitue le 2 ème tome d'une série de 6. Dos cuir marron, lisse, titre auteur et tomaison dorés. Intérieur frais, complet. Plats très légèrement frottés frottés PRIX SPECIAL POUR LES VOLUMES 2, 5 et 6. Me contacter [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Assiniboin Indians

      Paris, Coblenz and London, 1839. A very rare proof before the addition of aquatint and before all letters A fine full-length double-portrait composed by Bodmer from individual portraits executed at Fort Union in June of 1833. The figure in the foreground is Pitätapiú, a young warrior and member of the Stone band with his hair ornamented with two small shells. On his left arm is a rawhide shield, painted and with an amulet attached to assure success on horse raids. A riding whip with a wooden handle hangs from a fur loop around his wrist. In his right hand he holds a combination bow/lance that was probably only for ceremonial purposes. The name of the figure in the background is not known, but it is recorded that he was initially very solemn until Bodmer's music box made him laugh. His quilted and beaded shirt is fringed with leather rather than the more usual hair. He cradles a much-prized trade flintlock in the crook of his left arm. Karl Bodmer's images show great versatility and technical virtuosity and give us a uniquely accomplished and detailed picture of a previously little understood (and soon to vanish) way of life. Swiss-born Bodmer was engaged by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied (1782-1867) specifically to provide a record of his travels in North America, principally among the Plains Indians. In the company of David Dreidoppel (Prince Maximilian's servant and hunting companion), their travels in North America were to last from 1832 to 1834. Well-armed with information and advice, the party finally left St.Louis, on the most important stage of their travels, aboard the steamer Yellow Stone on April 10 1833. They proceeded up the treacherous Missouri River along the line of forts established by the American Fur Company. At Bellevue they encountered their first Indians, then went on to make contact with the Sioux tribe, learning of and recording their little known ceremonial dances and powerful pride and dignity. Transferring from the Yellow Stone to another steamer, the Assiniboin, they continued to Fort Clark, visiting there the Mandan, Mintari and Crow tribes, then the Assiniboins at Fort Union, the main base of the American Fur Company. On a necessarily much smaller vessel they journeyed through the extraordinary geological scenery of that section of the Missouri to Fort Mackenzie in Montana, establishing a cautious friendship with the fearsome Blackfeet. From this, the westernmost point reached, it was considered too dangerous to continue and the return journey downstream began. The winter brought its own difficulties and discomforts, but Bodmer was still able to execute numerous studies of villages, dances and especially the people, who were often both intrigued and delighted by his work. The portraits are particularly notable for their capturing of individual personalities, as well as forming a primary account of what were to become virtually lost cultures. Graff 4648; Howes M443a; Pilling 2521; Sabin 47014; Wagner-Camp 76:1. Engraving with roulette work by Geoffroy after Bodmer, proof before the addition of aquatint and before all letters.

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        Tab 6] Snags (Sunken Trees (on the Missouri)

      Paris 1839 - Karl Bodmer. From Travels in the Interior of North America. Paris, 1832-1843. Hand-colored aquatint engravings. Paper size approximately 17 ½’ x 22½’ Condition: Some minor areas of foxing along margins of paper, not affecting main image. Karl Bodmer was a little-known Swiss painter when he was chosen by Prince Maximilian of Prussia to accompany his voyage to America, in order to document in pictorial terms the expedition. With the rest of Maximilian’s company, the two traveled among the Plains Indians from 1832 to 1834, a time when the Plains and the Rockies were still virtually unknown. They arrived in the West before acculturation had begun to change the lives of the Indians, and Bodmer, who was a protegé of the great naturalist von Humbolt, brought a trained ethnologist’s eye to the task. The Bodmer/Maximilian collaboration produced a record of their expedition that is incontestably the finest early graphic study of the Plains tribes. Maximilian and Bodmer journeyed from St. Louis up the Missouri River on the American Fur Company steamboat “Yellowstone,” stopping at a series of forts built by the Fur Company and meeting their first Indians at Bellevue. The travelers continued on another steamboat, “Assiniboin,” to Fort Union, where they met the Crees and Assiniboins. The expedition spent its first winter at Fort Clark, where the Mandans in particular excited Bodmer’s attention, although he was also to draw the Minatarri and Crow peoples. The explorers continued by keelboat to Fort Mackenzie, which proved to be the westernmost point of their journey. After living among and studying the Blackfeet for several weeks, Maximilian decided that it was too dangerous to continue, so the travelers returned southward, reaching St. Louis in May 1834. After the conclusion of the journey, Bodmer spent four years in Paris supervising the production of the aquatints made from his drawings. These prints rank with the finest Western art in any medium, and they are the most complete record of the Plains Indians before the epidemics of the mid-19th century had decimated their numbers, and before the white man’s expansion had taken their lands. In contrast to other artist-explorers of the 19th century, such as George Catlin, Bodmer was well-trained in the classic European tradition. The work that he did in America is considered to be the high point of a distinguished career. Perhaps more significant, the plates made from Bodmer's sketches were the first truly accurate images of the Plains Indians to reach the general public. Because the 1837 smallpox epidemic killed more than half the Blackfeet and almost all the Mandans, Bodmer’s visually striking work, together with prince Maximilian’s detailed studies of these tribes, form the primary accounts of what became virtually lost cultures. These spectacular and atmospheric images are important and beautiful records of the landscape of the American West as it appeared when Bodmer saw it, just before westward expansion took hold and began the indelible transformation of the frontier.

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        Landschaft mit dem Zusammenfluss des Jellowstone Flusses mit dem Missouri, "Vereinigung des Jellow-Stone Flusses mit dem Missouri. - Reunion de La Riviere Pierre Jaune avec le Missouri. - Junction of the Yellow Stone River with the Missouri".

      . in Braun, Blau und Schwarz gedrucktes Aquatinta v. Salathe n. Carl Bodmer b. Ackermann & Co. In London, dat. 1839, 30 x 43,2. Blatt 29 aus der berühmten Folge der Ansichten der Nordamerikareise des Prinzen Maximilian zu Wied ( 1782 - 1867), an der Carl Bodmer ( 1809 - 1893) als Zeichner teilnahm. - Ausgabe mit dem englischen Text und der Verlagsangabe von "Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand, 1st. Jany 1839".

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        Secretarial Letter

      Spring Place GA / New Echota GA. 28 April 1839. First. One page secretarial letter, folded for self-mailing, to William Oliver of Elberton, Georgia from "Chang and Eng Siamese Twins," dated April 28, 1839. Dampstains, lower quarter detached at fold (not affecting any text), torn at the secretarial name, a good plus example. The twins inquire after the health of their dog: "Sir, We are anxious to hear of our poor old Dog & should feel very much obliged by your informing us of his fate -- whether he is dead or alive & if alive whether you think he will recover. Yours very respectfully, C Harris for Chang & Eng Siamese Twins." Born in 1811 in what is now Thailand, the twins came to America in 1829 and caused such a sensation that "Siamese" became the popular term for all conjoined twins. Although they left their home country essentially as slaves to a British promoter, the twins were astute businessmen and were able to get the better of P.T. Barnum and manage their own careers so that, in 1839, the year of this letter, the twins became US citizens, purchased 1000 acres of farm land in South Carolina, and went into semi-retirement. In 1843 they married sisters from a nearby town and took the surname Bunker. They eventually fathered 21 children and toured occasionally until their deaths in 1874. Literature about the twins abounds, but primary documents relating to their lives, particularly their personal lives, is quite scarce. .

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      Edward Moxon 1839 - First collected edition. Four volumes, all finely bound in contemporary dark green morocco, with raised bands and gilt decoration to the panels. Gilt titles to spine. Borders to covers ruled in gilt and blind with fine gilt scroll. Edges and dentelles decorated in gilt. Endpapers and all edges marbled. A fine set, crisp and bright with just a hint of wear to the corners. A beautifully preserved example of a fine nineteenth century binding. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Shelley after W. Finden. Contains an introduction and copious notes by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. This set also contains a number of works published from the first time collected from Shelley's manuscripts, including "England in 1819". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Giurisprudenza femminile. Ossia Breve trattato in cui Si espongono tutte le materie di diritto a cui più specialmente prendono parte le donne, secondo il nuovo Codice, come anche si dà una breve notizia delle cose e delle parole legali che più importa conoscere per chi non è iniziato nello studio della Giurisprudenza: opera utile non solo alle donne, ma anche ai mariti, ai padri di famiglia ec. ec. dell’Avvocato Francesco Concone Autore del Trattato sugli Affittamenti delle case. Torino: presso Fumero Maggiore, contrada di Po, casa Spann,1839.

      - In-8° picc., pp. 267. Leg. mod. mz. tl. verde con piccole punte, tit. e anno in oro impressi entro cornice filettata oro impressa su tass. in pl. verde appl. al ds., piatti in carta decorata a fleurons verdi, bross. orig. conservate. Integrazione con carta moderna al verso del piatto ant., della bross. orig. e all’angolo sup. destro della 1^ c.b., annotazioni in matita al piatto ant. della bross. orig., fioriture, macchie all’angolo inf. di alcune pagg., integrazione con carta moderna all’angolo sup. delle pagg. 149-150 senza perdita di testo, rinforzo con carta moderna al taglio intermedio di p. 267 senza perdita di testo, integrazione con carta moderna al verso di p. 267 con minima perdita di testo. 1a edizione del raro manuale di giurisprudenza in cui l’A. si inerpica in una ardita interpretazione degli articoli del Codice Civile collegati alla donna. Con alto senso misogino, Concone critica severamente il livello di perdizione che ha portato alla società la libertà femminile portando – fra gli altri – anche lo scandaloso e negativo esempio di George Sand. Le recensioni del tempo riportano notizie improntate all’ironia, come si può leggere ne L’annotatore piemontese ossia Giornale della lingua e letteratura italiana per Michele Ponza, 1839, IX, pp. 359-360 dove un anonimo recensore che si cela dietro le iniziali R.Z. si macera all’idea di non aver avuto lui per primo una simile iniziativa e di aver perso tempo in inutili elucubrazioni letterarie: «con ciò farei, siccome ha pur fatto il sullodato autore, opera utilissima, non solamente alle donne, ma eziandio ai mariti, ai padri di famiglia [ ]. Ma via, a che tenterei io d’impicciarmi nel far cosa già da altri tentata, e già sì bene eseguita [ ]? Egli già ebbe il plauso del Diario forense, che parlò con lode dell’opera sua, e non tarderà guari ad aversi altri meritati encomii. [ ] Ma, prima di partirmene, caldamente raccomando ai lettori dell’Annotatore la Giurisprudenza femminile che ho annunziata». Available on request description in English / La description des livres en français est à disposition sur demande / Se envían descripciones de libros a pedida. UC1

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        COLECCION DE POESIAS EN DIALECTO ASTURIANO. Comprende las mas selectas de Don Antonio González Reguera, Don Francisco Bernaldo de Quirós y Benavides, Don Antonio Balvidares, Don Bruno Fernández y Doña Josefa Jovellanos

      - Oviedo, Imp. Benito González, 1839, 21,5x16 cm., en holandesa, 2 h.+IX+60+144 págs

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        Notice Sur Les Missions Du Diocese de Quebec, Qui Sont Secourues Par L'association de la Propagationd de la Foi. Janvier, 1839, No 1 to Mai 1874 No. 21 All Published.

      Frechette & Co., Quebec - 1839-1974, 1st printings. () Very good. Octavo. Bound in original half black calf and marbled boards. The complete is bound in two different bindings with all three varing somewhat in heighth. Several old institutional rubber stamps on the first title pages of each volume. Large folding map of Oregon in the 10th issue. Generally very clean and attractive. Wagner-Camp 78. Extremely scarce as a complete set of this missionary publication. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        California: A History of Upper and Lower California.

      Smith Elder and Co, London 1839 - A beautiful copy in near fine condition of a foundation book of California history. Number 38 in the prestigous Zamorano 80. Original deep green cloth and original endpapers. The folding map intact and in fine condition with no tears, repairs or foxing. Inner hinges a little tinder and the rear hinge reinforced. Very light scuffing to the exterior binding. Internally clean and bright with minor foxing and all plates present and with tissue guards. Eratta slip on p. 339. In all . a very nice copy of a difficult book to find in collectors condition ( housed in a gilt cloth slipcase) Size: Tall Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Gift [First Appearance of William Wilson (Poe), 1839]

      Carey & Hart, Philadelphia 1839 - Philadelphia: Cary & Hart, 1839. First appearance of Poe's short story, "William Wilson", Pp. 229-253 in The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1840. Whole volume offered. viii, [17]-328 pp. With 8 (of 9) steel-engraved plates. 7¼x4¾, original morocco elaborately tooled in gilt, all edges gilt. First appearance of this sort story later collected in Tales of the Grotesque (1840). BAL 16130. Light scuffing to spine ends and corners; foxing to plates and occasionally to text, lacking the frontispiece, a signature sprung, else very good. Bright gilt and leather. Poe's semi-autobiographical tale of a young man who encounters a mysterious identical twin - who even bears the narrator's name, William Wilson - while at boarding school. The bond that grows between the two, the narrator's eventual hatred of his twin, and the blurring of distinction between the pair was an early venture by Poe into psychology and philosophy, and manifested his growing sophistication as a writer. That Wilson shares Poe's day of birth - January 19th - and even his birth year (1809) in some later renderings (this first appearance has Wilson's birth year as 1811), that Wilson had a schoolmaster (as did Poe) named Bransby, and that much of Wilson's personal history reflects, at least qualitatively, much of Poe's, stands as evidence of intentional autobiographical treatment. This, in turn, led to much speculation that the story bears clues to the mental meandering of Poe's own mind - as, indeed, it might. Poe deemed William Wilson to be one of his "best tales", with seven others. (Quinn 430). L37n [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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