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        Die Schlacht bei Merseburg.

      . Bleistift, Pinsel in Braun und Blau, auf bräunlichem festem Velin, Mitte unten von fremder Hand (?) bezeichnet "Schlacht bei Merseburg. A. Rethel". 24,7:36,1 cm. Verso: Halbfigurenstudie eines männlichen Aktes, der Kopf zeigt sich im verlorenem Profil nach links, der rechte Arm ist über den Kopf erhoben. Bleistift, Kohle, teils gewischt. In den Ecken Nagellöchlein. Am Rand links oben kleiner Einriß; insgesamt fleckig. Literatur: Vgl. Boetticher II, 19. Möglicherweise Vorstudie zu Rethels im Jahr 1839 entstandenes Werk "Schlacht gegen die Hunnen bei Merseburg". Etwas rechts aus dem Mittelpunkt gerückt ist König Heinrich I. mit der Heiligen Lanze zu sehen.. Nach Unterricht an der Aachener Zeichenschule von J.B.J. Bastine (1783-1844) besuchte Alfred Rethel 1829-1836 die Düsseldorfer Akademie und wurde u.a. Schüler von T. Hildebrandt (1804-1874), H. Kolbe (1771-1836) und W. Schadow (1788-1862), dessen Meisterschüler er in den letzten beiden Akademiejahren war. Vorbild war vor allem C.F. Lessings (1808-1880) Historienmalerei, der er sich ab 1836 nach seinem Umzug nach Frankfurt am Main am Städelschen Kunstinstitut bei Ph. Veit (1793-1877) besonders widmete. 1839 gewann er den Wettbewerb um die Ausmalung der Karlsfresken im Aachener Rathaus. Damit begann sein Lebenswerk, wenn auch wegen zunehmender geistiger Umnachtung seit 1853 sein künstlerisches Schaffen zum Erliegen kam. So vollendete er nur vier dieser Fresken alleine, für die übrigen benötigte er Hilfe. 1844-1845 und erneut 1852-1853 unternahm er Studienreisen nach Italien.

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        St. André, Chartres

      [London] 1839 - A very fine image from Boys' 'Picturesque Architecture in Paris, Ghent, Antwerp, Rouen &c': ''a work of exceeding beauty' (Abbey) and one of the most important in the history of English colour-printing. This print represents part of what was the first serious challenge to the supremacy in England of the hand-coloured aquatint. The plates in Boys' Picturesque Architecture in Paris, Ghent, Antwerp, Rouen &c 'are produced entirely by means of lithography: they are printed with oil-colours, and come from the press precisely as they now appear.' As detailed in the Descriptive Notice, it was strictly stipulated by the publisher that no colour be added, and goes on to state that previous attempts at chromolithography had suffered from an unnatural flatness 'whereas in these views, the various effects of light and shade, of local colour and general tone, result from graduated tone. The atmospheric appearance of the skies, giving day-light appearance to the out-door scenes, is the best evidence of the purity and relevance of the tints of colour; which.combine solidity with transparency'. Boys fully explored the range of possibilities that the new technique offered: one subject is presented as if it were 'a crayon sketch heightened with colour', others 'a sepia drawing, with touches of colour.a slight sketch in water-colours.a finished water-colour.an oil painting', etc. Abbey waxes lyrical about the work: "A very beautiful [work].Apart from the brilliance, sensitivity, and.mastery of the drawing on stone there is the great.technical and artistic achievement of Hullmandel in making possible the transmission of such drawings, and in developing the cool, transparent, graduated tints, subtle in colouring.the [work] appears to have made a great impression at the time, King Louis Philippe.is said to have presented the publishers with a diamond ring; and a review in a contemporary magazine, Art Union, said: Our recommendation of it to all who love and can appreciate art cannot be given in terms too strong; it is worthy of the highest possible praise. The Work is of exceeding beauty." (Abbey Travel I , 33). Cf. Abbey Travel I, 33; cf. E. Beresford Chancellor, Picturesque Architecture in Paris.by Thomas Shotter Boys , London: Architectural Press, 1928; cf. Friedman 134; Tooley 105. Lithograph by Shotter Boys. Printed in colours by Charles Hullmandel. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Conchological Manual

      London: G.B. Sowerby, 1839. Octavo, with 24 handcoloured engraved plates; early ownership inscriptions on the front pastedown and title-page; a little shaken, but very good in original cloth. First edition of this attractive and profusely colour-illustrated guide to shells. Shell-collecting was a most popular eighteenth- and nineteenth-century pastime. During the great era of voyaging, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by specialist collectors and by the genteel classes to fill the curiosity cabinets considered indispensable in the well-appointed home. Sowerby aimed this Manual at the serious conchologist and dilettante alike. In his introduction he claims that 'the study of shells… presents a fund of intellectual gratification, to many who cannot follow it beyond the cabinet and boudoir. They may examine, with admiration and moral improvement, the beautiful colouring and exquisite architecture of these wonders of the deep…'. A number of the species included in the Manual are found in Australian or Pacific waters, including Aspergillum, Ilba found on Kangaroo Island, the Myochama from New South Wales, the Nautilus, and the Stomatia, all of which are illustrated. George Brettingham Sowerby junior was part of a remarkable family of natural history illustrators. His grandfather James was a botanical illustrator par excellence and illustrated, amongst a host of other works, J.E. Smith's Botany of New Holland (1793) and Shaw's Zoology of New Holland. His three sons followed in his footsteps, as did three grandsons and one great-grandson. George Brettingham junior took over the mantle of conchologist from his father, and in time passed it on to his son of the same name. He was described after his death as 'a mediocre naturalist, a shocking latinist, but an excellent draughtsman'. He went on to produce a large body of work including the completion of a number of his father's projects, the most significant of which was the five-volume Thesaurus Conchyliorum, which took three generations of Sowerbys over forty-five years to complete.

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        Pachtüwa-Chtä. An Arrikkara Warrior

      Paris, Coblenz, and London 1839 - A fine powerful portrait of a proud successful warrior. Bodmer and Prince Maximilian were introduced to this member of the Arikara tribe by Mató-Tópe ( a Mandan chief) in March 1834 whilst they overwintered at Fort Clark. Pachtüwa-Chtä had been a member of a war party that had attacked and killed three traders near the Heart River in 1830. He stands, armed with a gunstock club with a painted metal blade, his head adorned with symbols of his prowess in battle. Although there were many reports of the Arikara (or Arikaree), their hostility towards the whites ensured that they were only rarely encountered by either Bodmer or Maximilian. In return for posing for his portrait Pachtüwa-Chtä asked for a picture of a bear against a forested background which he was probably going to employ as part of his personal medicine as an aid in either hunting or battle. 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. Hand-coloured aquatint engraving by Talbot after Bodmer, blindstamp.

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        Autograph letter signed to Thomas J. Pettigrew

      Sevenoaks, 1839. <p>Crichton, Alexander (1763-1856). Autograph letter signed to Thomas J. Pettigrew (1791-1865). Sevenoaks, 4 July 1839. 1 page plus integral address leaf. 229 x 180 mm. Small lacuna where seal was broken, not affecting text, a few spots, but very good.</p><p>From British psychiatrist Alexander Crichton, author of <i>An Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Mental Derangement </i>(2 vols., 1798), an important work on mental illness that "broke new ground in psychiatry in a number of ways . . . [combining] the latest philosophical ideas, that is psychological knowledge, with accumulated medical experience of mental disease, that is psychiatry, into a &#39;philosophy and pathology of the human mind&#39;" (Hunter & Macalpine, Three Hundred Years of Psychiatry p. 559). Crichton&#39;s treatise was the first in English to discuss forensic aspects of psychiatry; it also contained the earliest description of what is now known as ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder), and was the first to recognize aphasia as a "disturbance of memory" rather than a symptom of paralysis or insanity. Crichton&#39;s letter indicates that he intended to publish a third volume of his Mental Derangement, a project on which he was currently working. The letter reads as follows:</p><p>"You must really forgive me if I decline, at present, to send you my portrait. I hope to make the biography of your humble servt. more worthy of your learned and interesting work than it would be if published just now. I must finish the 3d vol. of my work on Mental Derangement before I can consent to be either cut up or immortalized, and if I live it will be finished this ensuing winter . . ."</p><p>The third volume of Crichton&#39;s Mental Derangement was never published.</p><p>The recipient of Crichton&#39;s letter was physician and antiquary Thomas J. Pettigrew, best known as the author of History of Egyptian Mummies (1834), the first authoritative work in English on the subject. In 1838 Pettigrew began publishing his Medical Portrait Gallery: Biographical Memoirs of the Most Celebrated Physicians, Surgeons, &c. &c., issued in monthly parts between 1838 and 1840. It would appear that Pettigrew had solicited Crichton for biographical material in connection with this project. Hunter & Macalpine, Three Hundred Years of Psychiatry 1535-1860, pp. 559-64. </p>

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        The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby containing a faithful Account of the Fortunes, Misfortunes, Uprisings, Downfallings, and complete Career of the Nickleby Family

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1839. Octavo, frontispiece portrait of Dickens by Finden after Maclise and 39 plates by Hablot K. Browns ("Phiz&#39;), plates foxed as usual; half black morocco, marbled edges and endpapers, spine decorated in gilt, no half-title, re-hinged. First edition, bound from parts. Of the two critical issue points "latter" at p. 160 is present, but at p. 123 the correction to "sister" has been effected. An early novel in Dickens&#39;s oeuvre, and the work with the most stylistic similarities with his first novel Pickwick Papers, it also continued his trademark and innovative use of the oppressed child as nexus of social criticism. With the bookplate of the Dickens collector B.W. Matz.

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        Bei Kerzenschein betendes junges Mädchen, Halbfigur hinter einer Balustrade.

      . Aquarell und Pinsel in Grau, über Bleistift, auf gelblichem Velin, rechts unten signiert "C. Andreae". 13,4:10 cm. - Kleine Restaurierung in der linken unteren Ecke. Miniaturhaft ausgeführtes Aquarell, das vermutlich als Vorzeichnung für eine Illustration entstanden ist.. Andreae war 1839-1844 Schüler der Düsseldorfer Akademie bei C.F. Sohn (1805-1867) und W. von Schadow (1788-1862). Im Mai 1845 reiste er nach Italien (Rom, Neapel, Sorrent), wo er mit den Nazarenern P. Cornelius, F. Overbeck und E. von Steinle verkehrte. Durch Steinle lernte er die Wachs-Tempera-Technik für monumentale Wandmalerei kennen. 1848 kehrte Andreae nach Deutschland zurück, folgte Cornelius nach Berlin, wo sich seine Hoffnung zerschlug, dessen Mitarbeiter zu werden. Er verbrachte die nächsten Jahre wieder in Italien, bevor er sich 1853 in Berlin und 1857-1881 in Dresden niederließ. 1881 übernahm er das elterliche Gut Helenaberg bei Sinzig. Andreaes Werke zeichnen sich durch großen Schönheitssinn aus. Leichtigkeit in der Komposition und schnelle Schaffenskraft ermöglichten ihm während seines langen Lebens außergewöhnlich zahlreiche Werke hervorzubringen.

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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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        Historique et Description Des Procédés Du Daguerréotype et Du Diorama, Par Daguerre, Peintre, Inventeur Du Diorama, Officier de la Légion-d'Honneur, membre de plusieurs Académies, etc. Nouvelle Edition, Corrigée, et Augmentée Du Portrait De l'Auteur.

      - 1839, Paris, Alphonse Giroux et Cie, Editeurs, rue du Coq-Saint-Honoré, N°7, où se fabriquent les Appareils; Et Chez les Principaux Libraires, Papetiers, Marchands d'Estampes et Opticiens. In8, 232 x 149 mm. Faux-titre, table des matières, portrait gravé de Daguerre, titre, 76p de texte, illustrées de 6 planches gravées hors texte. Seconde Edition (septembre 1839), couverture beige conservée dans une demi reliure veau blond, plats marbrés, titres dorés sur dos. Quelques traces de rousseurs, surtout en fin d'ouvrage. In8 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO PERSIA AND AFGHANISTAN.

      London, J. Harrison & Son. 1839.FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM, 1839. 8vo, approximately 220 x 140 mm, 8¾ x 5 inches, pages: xi, 524, diced patterned cloth, crimson and green contrasting labels with gilt lettering to spine. Spine faded, slight wear to head and tail of spine and corners, very small crack to top of upper hinge, hinges rubbed, the gilt lettering on the green label mostly rubbed away, some occasional light foxing otherwise a very good copy. Originally published as Parliamentary Papers. First part has no number: Correspondence relating to Persia and Afghanistan; followed by No.1, Indian Papers, Copy of the treaty with Runjeet Sing and Shah Shooja - Ool - Moolk, concluded at Lahore, 26 June 1838; No.2, Indian Papers. Treaties; No.3, Indian Papers. Expedition of Shah Shooja - Ool - Moolk into Afghanistan, and treaty between the Shah and Runjeet Sing; No.4, Indian Papers. Correspondence relating to Afghanistan; No.5, Indian Papers. Correspondence relating to Afghanistan; No.6, Correspondence relating to Afghanistan; No.7, Indian Papers, correspondence relating to the occupation of Karrak; Unnumbered: Court of Directors of the East India company to the Governor - General of India, in Council. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile Which Treateth of the Way to Hierusalem; and of the Marvayles of Indie with Other Ilands and Countryes. [The Voyage and Travels of Sir John Mandeville]

      London Edward Lumley 1839. VG : in very good condition. Sm. mark to title page. Marbled eps and fore-edge Reprint Leather cover with raised bands and gilt emblem of the Northern Light Board to spine 230mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xiv, xiii-xvii, vi-xii [misbound], 326pp. B/w frontis drawing and woodcut reproductions within the text. This 1839 edition comprised part of the collection of the Northern Heritage Light house Trust. It is based on the 1725 printed manuscript in the Cottonion Library, as indicated in the preface by J.O. Halliwell. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville described the travels of an English knight who left England c.1322 to journey throughout Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Persia, and Turkey. The Knight returned with fantastical stories of strange beasts, monsters and mythical creatures and of the strange islands that they inhabited. Interestingly, surprisingly accurate geographical descriptions are woven into Mandeville's stories and whimsy. The authorship of Mandeville's Travels remains unknown. Historians cannot decide whether the author was French or English, though generally agree that the book was originally composed in French. The character of Mandeville, was almost certainly fictitious.

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        Le Daguerreotype

      Paris: Bachelier, 1839. 1st edition. <p>[Daguerre, Louis-Jacques-Mandé (1787-1851).] Arago, François (1786-1853). Le Daguerréotype. In: Comptes rendus IX (July-Dec. 1839): 250-67. 4to. [4], 903, [1]pp. Paris: Bachelier, 1839. Later wrappers, uncut & unopened. Slight browning & foxing but fine.</p><p>First Edition of the first official disclosure of the "daguerreotype" photographic process invented in the 1830s by Louis Daguerre (1787-1851), preceding the publication of Daguerre&#39;s Historique de description des procédés du daguerreotype et du diorama (1839). The daguerreotype was the first practical and commercially viable photographic process, and the first to be announced publicly. Daguerre, an artist and chemist, had been working for over a decade on methods of fixing images photographically, initially in partnership with Joseph Nicéphore Niépce (1765-1833), whose "heliographic" process, developed in the 1820s, is now recognized as the first successful example of photography. After Niépce&#39;s death Daguerre continued investigating photographic methods on his own, eventually coming up with the famous "daguerreotype" process, in which an image is exposed directly onto a mirror-polished surface of silver coated with silver halide particles.</p><p>After trying unsuccessfully to market his process to private shareholders Daguerre looked to the French government for funding, enlisting the support of the distinguished astronomer and physicist François Arago, permanent secretary of the Académie des Sciences and a member of the Chamber of Deputies. Arago briefly announced Daguerre&#39;s discovery to the Académie on January 7, 1839, then persuaded the government to purchase Daguerre&#39;s patent in exchange for lifetime annuities granted to Daguerre and the estate of Niépce. On July 3, 1839 Arago submitted a report on the daguerreotype to the Chamber of Deputies, and on August 19 Daguerre&#39;s process was "given to the world" in the present paper read by Arago at the Académie des Sciences. </p><p>This volume of the Comptes rendus contains 24 other papers on photography, mostly commenting on Daguerre&#39;s invention. Among the contributors were Hippolyte Bayard (1801-87), promoter of a rival photographic method based on that of Fox Talbot; Alfred Donné (1801-78), who would later publish the Cours de micrographie (1844); and Noel Marie Lerebours (1807-73), seller of photographic equipment and distributor of Daguerre&#39;s photographic manual. Horblit, One Hundred Books Famous in Science, 21b. See Printing and the Mind of Man 318. </p>

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        Index Entomologicus or Complete Illustrated Catalogue Consisting of 1944 Figues of the Lepidopterous Insects of Great Britain

      London: William Wood, 1839. Half bound in brown leather with maroon boards, Gilt title on raised banded spine. Fading to spine, rubbing to edges with some light marks to boards. Pencil annotation to last blank page with original price in ink to rear board. Previous owners name to rear of ffep. 266pp with 54 colour plates consisting of 1944 figures. There is sporadic light foxing but generally text is clean and hand coloured illustrations bright.There are a few annotations. Binding firm. A lovely copy. Fully collated.. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        Index Entomologicus; or a complete Illustrated Catalogue, consisting of 1944 figures, of the Lepidopterous Insects of Great Britain

      London : William Wood, 1839 A very good copy of the 1st edition, to which has been added the later supplement and plates. An interesting copy which has clearly been bound later (possibly in 1865 - there is a signature of John Walter Whelan for 1865 on the title page and a pasted &#39;with supplement&#39; added) so, although the directions for the binder list 54 plates, there are 59, and lined paper has been interleaved with the species lists, presumably for the owner to make notes of sightings. With title page; preface; abbreviations; directions to the binder; errata; list of subscribers; catalogue and plates to Plate 51; Additions (plate 52); Doubtful British species (plates 53 and 54); Additions to the Second Edition (plates 55-59); Index (298pp); Catalogue of the British Lepidoptera Figured in this Work - by Mr Stephens 21pp; Errata and Addenda 2pp. The author aimed to produce a complete list of British species with small high quality outline illustrations so that collectors/naturalists could identify what they saw more easily (in effect a field guide). This copy has probably been rebound in the 1900&#39;s so has a near fine half leather/marbled board binding with red title label and gilt tooled butterflies on the spine. The contents are complete. There is occasional browning and the odd bit of grubbiness but this is a very good copy.

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        Die Wundermappe der Donau oder das Schönste und Merkwürdigste an den Ufern dieses Stromes in seinem Laufe durch die österreichischen Staaten

      Pesth und Leipzig, Hartleben, 1839-1841.. 22,5 x 15,5cm, zeitgen. Halbleinen, berieben, mehrere Fehlstellen am Rücken, Ecken bestoßen. erste Seiten stärker stockfleckig, innen wiederholte stockfleckige Teile; IV, VI, 258 S., 36 ganzseitige Stahlstiche mit Seidenhemdchen. die 36 Stahlstiche sind nach Originalzeichnungen "grossenteils von Thomas Ender in Stahl gestochen von den vorzüglichsten englischen und deutschen Künstlern". Das Buch enthält 2 Titelblätter und 2 Vorworte, die sich an mehreren Stellen unterscheiden! Auf dem ersten Titelblatt ist als Jahreszahl "1839" angegeben, der Titel lautet hier "Die Wundermappe der Donau oder das Schönste und Merkwürdigste an den Ufern dieses Stromes vom Ursprung bis zur Mündung", und auch im Vorwort wird es an einigen Stellen "österreichischer": aus "unsere Wundermappe des Donau-Stromes wird dem Bedürfnisse ... zu entsprechen suchen" wird im zweiten Vorwort von 1841 "Unsere Wundermappe des Donau-Stromes in seinem Laufe durch die österreichischen Staaten wird dem Bedürfnisse ... zu entsprechen suchen". Die Auslieferung des Werkes erfolgte ab 1839 in mehreren Teillieferungen; ob es sich bei der Ausgabe von 1841 um eine Neuauflage handelt oder ob der Titel im Laufe des Auslieferungsprozesses geändert wurde, ist mir nicht bekannt. Die Stahlstiche jeweils 152 x 100mm und in gutem Zustand

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        A Conchological Manual.

      G.B. Sowerby, London 1839 - Octavo, with 24 handcoloured engraved plates; early ownership inscriptions on the front pastedown and title-page; a little shaken, but very good in original cloth. First edition of this attractive and profusely colour-illustrated guide to shells. Shell-collecting was a most popular eighteenth- and nineteenth-century pastime. During the great era of voyaging, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by specialist collectors and by the genteel classes to fill the curiosity cabinets considered indispensable in the well-appointed home. Sowerby aimed this Manual at the serious conchologist and dilettante alike. In his introduction he claims that 'the study of shells? presents a fund of intellectual gratification, to many who cannot follow it beyond the cabinet and boudoir. They may examine, with admiration and moral improvement, the beautiful colouring and exquisite architecture of these wonders of the deep?'. A number of the species included in the Manual are found in Australian or Pacific waters, including Aspergillum, Ilba found on Kangaroo Island, the Myochama from New South Wales, the Nautilus, and the Stomatia, all of which are illustrated. George Brettingham Sowerby junior was part of a remarkable family of natural history illustrators. His grandfather James was a botanical illustrator par excellence and illustrated, amongst a host of other works, J.E. Smith's Botany of New Holland (1793) and Shaw's Zoology of New Holland. His three sons followed in his footsteps, as did three grandsons and one great-grandson. George Brettingham junior took over the mantle of conchologist from his father, and in time passed it on to his son of the same name. He was described after his death as 'a mediocre naturalist, a shocking latinist, but an excellent draughtsman'. He went on to produce a large body of work including the completion of a number of his father's projects, the most significant of which was the five-volume Thesaurus Conchyliorum, which took three generations of Sowerbys over forty-five years to complete. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe, links die Elisabethkirche, im Hintergrund die Lahn.

      . Kol. Kupferstich von Frommel u. Winkles nach Georg Stietz, 1839, 32,5 x 45 cm.. Mit einer Gruppe Studenten am Obelisken auf der Augustenruhe schön staffagiert. - In kräftigem, stimmungsvollen Kolorit.

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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 André Pozzo di Borgo 14 aout 1839. 16 pagine in - 8. B. Dépot juidiciaire du Testament et des codicilles olographes de Mr. le Duc Pozzo di Borgo. 21 février 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

      

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        Lecons sur les fonctions et les maladies du systeme nerveux. 2 vols

      Paris: Ebrard, 1839. Paris: Ebrard, 1839. <p>Leçons sur les fonctions et les maladies du système nerveux . . . recueillies et rédigées par C[onstantin] James . . . 2 vols., 8vo. [4], 346; [4], 364pp. Paris: Ébrard, 1839. 199 x 126 mm. 20th century marbled boards, gilt-lettered spine labels. Minor foxing, but very good. Bookplate of Arthur Lyons.</p><p>First Edition. The last of Magendie&#146;s lectures on the nerves to be published in book form. &#147;Magendie&#146;s contributions, summarized in 1839, were of remarkable significance to neurophysiology&#148; (McHenry, p. 190). Olmsted, p. 210. </p>

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        Der treue Führer in der Böhmisch-Sächsischen Schweiz, oder: Reisetouren durch das Elbehochland von Teplitz bis Dresden. Prag, Leitmeritz u. Teplitz, Medau, 1839. 141 S., 1 Bl. Mit 1 gestoch. Frontisp. und 7 Stahlstichtafeln. Kl.-8°. Blauer Pp. d. Zt. (etw. bestoßen).

      1839. . Selten.- Ewald Christian Victorin Dietrich (Grünhayn 1785 - 1832 Leipzig) war deutscher Arzt, Publizist und Schriftsteller.- Die Tafeln mit Darstellungen von Schloss Tetschen, Herrnskretschen, Winterberg, Brand, Hockstein u.a.- Die ersten Blätter etwas braunfleckig.

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        La Science Populaire? Voyage de La Perouse autour de monde

      Jules Renouard, Paris 1839 - Duodecimo, unopened and untrimmed, some foxing (more noticeable on some gatherings); very good in the original printed wrappers, a few chips and stains but rather good. I, Claudius. Charming account of the La Pérouse voyage for children, with notice of the later discoveries relating to the great French mariner, including chapters on d'Entrecasteaux, Dumont d'Urville and Peter Dillon. These concluding sections concentrate on the wrecks at Vanikoro and the monument erected there by Dumont d'Urville, with the final section describing the tragic irony of the fact that d'Entrecasteaux had sailed past Vanikoro in May 1793. This work was published by Charles-Claude Ruelle under the pseudonym "Claudius" as part of a longer series of occasional works on all manner of subjects, with separate volumes on for example Columbus, Drake, and Ross, but also on subjects such as electricity, science, the Bible, and French history. This La Pérouse volume seems to be quite uncommon; it is not noted in Forbes' bibliography. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Constitution of the Visible Church

      London - John W. Parker9 by 5.5; (xxxvi) 260pp., 1839. London - John W. Parker9 by 5.5; (xxxvi) 260pp., 1839 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An attractive volume from the personal collection of renowned Theologian and Professor of Philosophy, David Arthur Pailin. There is a list of books by the same author on the final page. In this second series of Hulsean lectures, delivered at Cambridge in 1838, Parkinson responds to the unsatisfactory state of the Church of England as its suffers from the consequences of a complacent failure to defend its position against superstition and bigotry on the one hand, and laxity and scepticism on the other (p. 5). (David Arthur Pailin). Condition: Recently re-bound in a brown buckram binding with contrasting label on the spine. Externally, very smart with some minor shelfwear only. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages browned with some spottingthroughout. Ink inscription on title-pagestating Saml Crompton and on verso For the Cathedral Library, Manchester from Saml Crompton 1879. David Arthur Pailin bookplate to the front pastedown, with ink inscription dated 1986. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Gair Yn Ei Bryd

      Cardiff - Llewelyn Jenkins, 1839. Cardiff - Llewelyn Jenkins, 1839 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. Leather bound with marbled boards. Two Welsh religious works, both first editions andbound in one. The first is by Enoch Francis (1689-1740) a Welsh minister. Gair yn ei Bryd, Neu, Ychydig o eglurhad ar Ddirgeledigaethau Ag sydd yn cael eu datguddio yn yr Ysgrythyrau, Perthynol ac Angenrheidiol idd eu Gwybod, Am ddoeth a da, uniawn a chyflawn arfaeth Duw, Mewn perthynas i gadwedigaeth a cholledigaeth pechaduriaidGwedi ei ysgrifenu gan un ag sydd yn ewyllysio cynorthwyo y Cymro uniaith i farnu yn uniawn. Bound withRhesymau Dros Fedydd Crediniol Trwy Drochiad. A gyhoeddwyd er budd i&#39;r ysgolion sabbothol. Gan Benjamin Evans,Athraw ysgol sabbothol y bedyddwyr yn syrowi. Condition: The binding is tight and firm and both covers are attached. The front and rear inner hinges are strained but holding. There is some wear to the extremities, including some chipping to the spine and to the boards. The boards are also rubbed. Internally the book is clean and bright apart from some isolated spots and som e handling marks. There is a copperplate signature dated 1840 to the front paste down, and another ink signature to the first rear blank end paper..

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        Piesn Ruskikh Volkslied der Russen hymne russe

      Berlin: Schlesinger [PN S.2285]. [1839]. Folio. [1] (title), 2-3 engraved music, [4] (blank) pp. Title with central emblem of a male head in profile on a shield draped with a cloak and adorned with spears, a sheaf of arrows and armor. Musical setting for voice and piano with an additional version for two pianos. Text in German and French. With contemporary signature to upper outer corner of title and small circular musicseller&#39;s stamp to lower margin. Small binder&#39;s holes to spine from early sewing; some very minor foxing. Agent&#39;s address to title: "Petersburg, Richter. Paris, M. Schlesinger. Moscou, Lehnhold," "Choix de Romances No. 182" to foot of page 2. . ?First German Edition of the Russian Czarist National Anthem, "God Save the Czar!," here "Gott seides Herrschers Schutz!" This edition not located in OCLC, COPAC or Karlsruhe. "In 1833 Czar Nicholas I commanded Alexei Lvov, director of the Imperial court choir, to compose a Russian national anthem [to text by Vasili Zhukovskii (1783-1852)]." Fuld 5, pp. 480-481. The possible first edition, published in St. Petersburg, dates from ca. 1835. Fuld cites an orchestral score with chorus published in July 1839 with a higher plate number (2324) and a piano-vocal score (PN 2551) published in June 1840. The present edition would appear to pre-date the German editions listed by Fuld.

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        Il facchino. Giornaletto di scienze, lettere ed arti redatto dal facchino di Parma.

      dalla Tipografia Ferrari, MDCCCXXXIX, Parma 1839 - Primo anno, completo, composto da 52 numeri; dal 5 Gennaio al 28 Dicembre 1839. Esemplare arricchito di frontespizio che accoglie l'intera annata e di Manifesto d'Associazione per il secondo anno su foglio volante. Raro da reperire completo e nelle medesime condizioni di conservazione. Esemplare perfetto in barbe. Bella legatura coeva bodoniana, pp. 4, 416, in 4°

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        [WoO 104]. Gesang der Mönche aus Schillers Wilhelm Tell für zwei Tenore und Bass

      Leipzig: A.R. Friese. [June 1839]. Published together with: - Schubert, Franz. Chor der Engel, aus Göthe&#39;s Faust für Sopran, Alt, Tenor u. Bass; - Weber, Carl Maria von. Erstes Werk: Sechs Fugetten [Op. 1] im eilsten Jahre componirt; - Sechter, Simon. Studien für Orgel oder Clavier. [1] (collective title with central decorative vignette), [2] (blank), 3 (Beethoven song, with "Zur erinnerung an den schnellen unverhofften Tod unsers Krumpholz am 3. Mai 1817" to head and a printed note stating that the autograph of the song is in the collection of A[]loys] Fuchs in Vienna at foot), 4-6 (Schubert song, with "Componirt in June 1816" to head of page 4), 7-8 (Weber VI Fugetten, with dedication to the composer&#39;s brother Edmund von Weber at head and "Der Bass ist offenbar falsch. Man lese wie in No. 3. R.S.," i.e. Robert Schumann, to foot), 9-11 (Sechter Studien, with "Contrapunctische Studien" at head of page 9) pp. Engraved throughout. Folio. Unbound. Slightly worn and soiled; central vertical crease; small oval embossed stamp "Kottenbach" to most leaves with small rectangular label to verso of title; identification in red ink to each piece. . First Edition of the Beethoven song. Kinsky WoO104. Hoboken 3, 678. A separate issue in the series Sammlung von Musikstücken alter und neuer Zeit als Zulage zur neuen Zeitschrift für Musik, Heft VI, Juni 1839, published as a supplement to the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik edited by Robert Schumann. First Edition of the Schubert song. Deutsch 440.

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        Vestlig Profil af den Cimbriske Halvöe fra Hamborg til Skagen tagen paa Reiser.

      . Orig. udg. Kbhvn. 1839. (4) + 109 s. Indbundet med de orig. omslag i smukt nyere halvlaeder med gulddekorationer pa ryggen. Bindet signeret Juul-Lassen. De orig. omslag forstaerket i det ene hjörne, med gammel signatur pa det forreste. * Bertelsen 22..

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        Ponte Salara in der römischen Campagna.

      1839. Radierung, 1839, auf Velin. 20:27,7 cm. Literatur: Jahn 319, I (von VI), mit der noch hellen Stelle im Vordergrund und dem noch unbeschrifteten Tablett. - Vollrandiges Exemplar, etwas stockfleckig.. Bereits als Achtjähriger erhielt Klein Zeichenunterricht durch den Maler G.C. II. von Bemmel (1765-1811). 1802 war G.P. Zwinger (1779-1819) an der Nürnberger Zeichenschule sein Lehrer. 1805-1811 war er Lehrling bei dem Maler, Zeichner und Kupferstecher A. Gabler (1762-1834). Ab 1811 Studium an der Kunstakademie in Wien. 1814 und 1816 folgten Reisen nach Ungarn und 1815 eine Studienreise an Main und Rhein. 1818 hielt er sich in München auf, wo er mit P. von Hess (1792-1871) und M.J. Wagenbauer (1775-1829) verkehrte. 1819 ging er in seine Heimatstadt zurück. Von dort aus unternahm er mit seinen Freunden J.C. Erhard (1795-1822), den Brüdern F.P. (1779-1840) und H. Reinhold (1788-1825) sowie E. Welker (1788-1857) eine Reise ins Salzkammergut. Von Ende 1819 bis August 1821 weilte Klein in Italien, kehrte dann aber nach Nürnberg zurück. 1833 wurde er zum Mitglied der Berliner Kunstakademie ernannt. 1839 zog er nach München, wo er bis zu seinem Tode leben sollte. 1848 begann ein Augenleiden, was in den nächsten Jahren zu einer zunehmenden Beeinträchtigung des Sehvermögens führen und schließlich ab 1871 das Arbeiten unmöglich machen sollte. Als Graphiker beschäftigte sich Klein mit der Technik der Radierung und Lithographie.

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        "Baireuth". Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe, vorne auf dem Weg ein Herr mit Spazierstock.

      . Lithographie von J.B. Dilger, 1839, 13,5 x 20 cm.. Aus dem 3. Jahrgang von Johann Baptist Dilgers "Vaterländisches Magazin" von 1839. Die sehr seltene Zeitschrift erschien in nur fünf Jahrgängen. Die ersten beiden Jahre 1837 und 1838 erschienen bei Palm & Enke in Erlangen, die Jahrgänge 1839 bis 1841 bei George Jacquet in München.

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        MÜNCHEN: Wittelsbacher Platz; um 1839, Lithographie, selten, 13x18 cm

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        "Die Domstrasse in Würzburg". Blick auf den Dom, rechts Vierröhrenbrunnen.

      . Lithographie von J.B. Dilger, 1839, 13 x 18 cm.. Aus dem 3. Jahrgang von Johann Baptist Dilgers "Vaterländisches Magazin" von 1839. Die sehr seltene Zeitschrift erschien in nur fünf Jahrgängen. Die ersten beiden Jahre 1837 und 1838 erschienen bei Palm & Enke in Erlangen, die Jahrgänge 1839 bis 1841 bei George Jacquet in München.

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        Hübsche Gesamtansicht über die Donau auf die Stadt mit der Karmelitenkirche und dem Stadtturm, vorne auf einem Damm ein Mann mit Zylinder und Hund.

      . Lithographie von J.B. Dilger, 1839, 14 x 20 cm.. Aus dem 3. Jahrgang von Johann Baptist Dilgers "Vaterländisches Magazin" von 1839. Die sehr seltene Zeitschrift erschien in nur fünf Jahrgängen. Die ersten beiden Jahre 1837 und 1838 erschienen bei Palm & Enke in Erlangen, die Jahrgänge 1839 bis 1841 bei George Jacquet in München.

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        Erindringer fra mit Ophold paa de Nikobarske Öer, med en kort Skildring af Öernes naturlige Beskaffenhed, og deres Indbyggeres Eiendommelighed.

      . Kbhvn. 1839. Med 15 udfoldelige plancher. XI + 258 s. Totalt ubeskaret eksemplar indbundet i det orig. bogtrykte kartonnage. Ryggen delvist lös, plancher brunplettede.<br>With 15 folded plates. Totally uncut copy bound in publisher's printed boards. Spine partly loose, plates foxed..

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        Les Cent et Un Robert-Macaire,.

      composée et dessinés par M.H. Daumier, surles idées et les légendes de M. Ch. Philipon, reduits et lithographies par MM.texte par MM, Maurice Alhoy et Louis Huart. Paris, by Aubert & Cie, 1839. 2 voll. quarto (27x21cm). Half-titles. Wood-engraved frontispiece to each part and 101 lithographed plates after Daumier with captions by Philipon beneath and continuation of letterpress text on versos.

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        Die Lust- und Kinderreise durch das malerische Thüringen. Schilderung merkwürdiger Orte und Personen, Abenteuer, Geschichten und Anekdoten, für die lernbegierige Jugend. Mit gest. Titel mit kolor. Vignette und 5 kolor. gest. Tafeln.

      Leipzig, Chr. C. Krappe o. J. [1839].. OPp. 8vo. 1 Bl., 198 S. - Erste Ausgabe der heimatkundlichen Erzählung des Pastors und Jugendbuchautors Müller. - Mit den reizenden und fein kolorierten Ansichten von Ballenstädt, Schulpforta (Vignette), Mägdesprung, Alexisbad, Weimar und Wartburg. - Stockfl. und gebräunt, Einbd. etw. beschabt und bestoßen. - First edition. With engr. title with col. vignette and 5 col. engr. plates. Orig. card board. - Browning and foxing, binding rubbed and bumped..

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        The Conchologist's First Book: a System of Testaceous Malacology Arranged Expressively for the Use of Schools. The animals according to Culvier, are given with the shells. A great number of the new species added, and the whole brought up, as accurately as

      Haswell, Barrington and Haswell, Philadelphia 1839 - First issue, illustrated with 12 uncolored plates, plate 3 in state A, 156pp., bound in pink pictorial paper covered boards backed in roan, spine ruled in gilt, some soiling to boards, scattered foxing throughout as usual. A very good copy [.BAL 16131] 12mo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Vita Del B. Alfonso-Maria De Liguori Vescovo Di Sant-Agata De&#39; Goti, etc. (Italian)

      Napoli, Italy: Nella Tipografia Flautina, 1839. Napoli, Italy: Nella Tipografia Flautina. Good with no dust jacket. 1839. Full-Leather. Italian Language Text. [English Equivalent Title: "The Life of B. Alfonso Maria de Liguori, Bishop of Saint Agata de Gati and Founder of the Missionary Priests of the Most Holy Redeemer (Redemptorist)". Previous owner&#39;s name stamp on fep. Library accession number on sticker on spine. No other marking or writing noted in book. Book is full bound leather. Binding is fairly tight and pages are clean. Boards are straight with minor edge rub. Text block and gutters are firm. Front cover board a bit loose at gutter but is not detached. Leather cover boards show some wear and corners are lightly bumped. Gilded title on spine in good condition. 527 pages. Some foxing throughout text. Embossed design on cover boards in good condition. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 527 pages .

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        A Paper:-Of Tobacco; treating of the Rise, Progress, Pleasures, and Advantages of Smoking

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1839. London: Chapman & Hall, 1839 London: Chapman & Hall, 1839. Bradbury & Evans, Printers. "Bound in England" and "Bound for J.W. Robinson Company" printed on verso of ffep. [2], iv, 165, [1] pp. Illustrated with a frontispiece and five plates, and text illustrations. (12mo) 6½x4, 19th century calf gilt-ruled, spine gilt in compartments, gilt dentelles and turn-ins, top edge gilt; original wrappers bound in at back. Very modest darkening to spine and two light stains to covers; the wrappers with some minor toning and - at the original wrappers in the back - a period gift inscription to front wrapper. Nearest Fine to Fine; in fact, judged "fine" by a respected gallery. See scans. The humorous plates depict contented smokers from around the world, and one scene of Scottish snuff-taking. The delights of tobacco, when tobacco was indeed a delight, memorialized with humor by William Andrew Chatto as Joseph Fume. History and anecdotes. Original wrappers bound in at the back. Top provenance. Serious curb appeal, as well. L-44n

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        Antiquities of Chester

      Boult & Catherall. Ackermann & Co ( 1839 ), London & Chester - Lithograph vignette title, dedication, 20 tinted lithograph plates. New front endpaper (barely noticeable). Occasional spotting mainly affecting the margins, and verso of the frontispiece. Original blind stamped dark green cloth, with title in gilt on the upper cover, neatly rebacked in matching green morocco (in the manner of the original spine), bright. A lovely copy of an attractive item. Abbey, 97 Folio ( 14.5 x 11 Inches ) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [WoO 104]. Gesang der Mönche aus Schillers Wilhelm Tell für zwei Tenore und Bass

      Leipzig A.R. Friese [June 1839]. Published together with: - Schubert, Franz. Chor der Engel, aus Göthe's Faust für Sopran, Alt, Tenor u. Bass; - Weber, Carl Maria von. Erstes Werk: Sechs Fugetten [Op. 1] im eilsten Jahre componirt; - Sechter, Simon. Studien für Orgel oder Clavier. [1] (collective title with central decorative vignette), [2] (blank), 3 (Beethoven song, with "Zur erinnerung an den schnellen unverhofften Tod unsers Krumpholz am 3. Mai 1817" to head and a printed note stating that the autograph of the song is in the collection of A[]loys] Fuchs in Vienna at foot), 4-6 (Schubert song, with "Componirt in June 1816" to head of page 4), 7-8 (Weber VI Fugetten, with dedication to the composer's brother Edmund von Weber at head and "Der Bass ist offenbar falsch. Man lese wie in No. 3. R.S.," i.e. Robert Schumann, to foot), 9-11 (Sechter Studien, with "Contrapunctische Studien" at head of page 9) pp. Engraved throughout. Folio. Unbound. Slightly worn and soiled; central vertical crease; small oval embossed stamp "Kottenbach" to most leaves with small rectangular label to verso of title; identification in red ink to each piece.. First Edition of the Beethoven song. Kinsky WoO104. Hoboken 3, 678. A separate issue in the series Sammlung von Musikstücken alter und neuer Zeit als Zulage zur neuen Zeitschrift für Musik, Heft VI, Juni 1839, published as a supplement to the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik edited by Robert Schumann. First Edition of the Schubert song. Deutsch 440.

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