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2020-02-28 06:43:24
POUJOULAT, Baptistin.
Bruxelles, N.J. Gregoir, V. Wouters et Cie, 1841.2 volumes in 1. Contemporary calf, spine gilt. With wood-engraving on title-pages. 234; 304 (=300) pp.Second edition, first published in Paris 1840-1841. - Volume I contains the letters written to Michaud, November 12, 1836 to September 14, 1837; Volume II contains the letters written to his brother from October 1837 to April 1838, followed by a summary of events in Syria from January 1838 to February 1841.The letters describe mainly Asia Minor and Syria and include accounts of the Kurdish-Turkish Wars and a long description of Palmyra. Poujoulat is a very interesting and penetrating observer (Blackmer p.282)). Blackmer Collection 1341; Atabey Collection 982; Contominas Collection 573; Weber 313; Hilmy II,133.
Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE Rare Books [Netherlands]
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2020-02-27 15:31:16
Ka na Misionari mea pai [American Bible Society, 1841. Third edition, 12mo, pp. 423 (misprinted 323), [1]; text in Hawaiian in double columns; recently rebound in full brown morocco replicating original boards; ex-New Jersey Historical Society with embossed stamp and pen note on title page, title page with light tidemark and top edge reinforced; very good and sound. The project to translate the Bible into Hawaiian lasted about a decade, with the first edition of the New Testament appearing first in 1835, the first combined Bible appearing in 1838, and this third edition being published in 1841. Hawaiian National Bibliography 1292.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2020-02-27 14:38:12
POUJOULAT, Baptistin.
Bruxelles, N.J. Gregoir, V. Wouters et Cie, 1841.2 volumes in 1. Contemporary calf, spine gilt. With wood-engraving on title-pages. 234; 304 (=300) pp.Second edition, first published in Paris 1840-1841. - Volume I contains the letters written to Michaud, November 12, 1836 to September 14, 1837; Volume II contains the letters written to his brother from October 1837 to April 1838, followed by a summary of events in Syria from January 1838 to February 1841.The letters describe mainly Asia Minor and Syria and include accounts of the Kurdish-Turkish Wars and a long description of Palmyra. Poujoulat is a very interesting and penetrating observer (Blackmer p.282)). Blackmer Collection 1341; Atabey Collection 982; Contominas Collection 573; Weber 313; Hilmy II,133. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2020-02-26 22:30:08
Atlas 1841 mit 53 Hand Farbig Archer Stadtkarte von The World Amerika Disbound Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns.AUS COLLINS ODER GILBERTS WELTATLAS VON 1841, MIT KARTEN VON J. BOGENSCHÜTZE: Eine Gruppe von 53 handkolorierten Karten von Ländern der Welt im Format 11 x 9 Zoll, die anscheinend Gilberts Modernem Atlas von 1841 entnommen wurden, obwohl diese den Collins-Aufdruck tragen. Die Karten sind von J.Archer graviert und schön handkoloriert. Einige davon stammen aus Nordamerika. Non-Fiction Subject Travel Guides & Travel Stories Binding Disbound Original/Reproduction Original.
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill (neilsummersgill) [Blackburn, GB]
2020-02-26 19:32:57
GIRAULT DE PRANGEY, Joseph-Philibert.
Paris, Hauser 1841. Text in franz. Sprache.- Differenzbesteuert. gr.-8°. Mit 28 (2 farbig) lith. Taf. 2 Bll., XII, 210 S., 1 Bl., zwischengeb. XXVIII S. "Incriptions de l`Alhambra" u. 29 Bll. Tafellegenden. OHLdrBd., Rücken restauriert, die ersten u. letzten Bll. etwas stockfl., Taf. an den Rändern vereinzelt fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker [Wien, Austria]
2020-02-26 16:57:38
Punch Magazine Large collection of Bound Volumes - 175 books 1841 - 1973 Collection from London E9 or happy to arrange postage at cost. Punch; or, The London Charivari was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and wood-engraver Ebenezer Landells. Historically, it was most influential in the 1840s and 1850s, when it helped to coin the term "cartoon" in its modern sense as a humorous illustration.
Bookseller: Vintage Magazine Company Ltd (vintagemagazinecompany) [London, GB]
2020-02-26 07:09:51
Eliphas Lévi (abbé Constant)
Paris: 1841. Très rare. LÉVI (Éliphas) - [Abbé Constant] L'Assomption de la Femme ou Le Livre de l'Amour. Par l'abbé Constant. Paris, Aug. Le Gallois, chez Pilout, 1841 [Imprimerie de Pommeret et Guénot] 1 volume in-12 (15,8 x 10,8 cm) de XXVIII-252 [i.e. 152] pages. Reliure de l'époque demi-basane caramel, plats de papier marbré. Papier vélin fin dépourvu de rousseurs. Reliure en bon état. Coiffe supérieure frottée. Légers frottements et plats très légèrement pliés au centre, sans conséquence pour le volume. Édition originale. L'abbé Alphonse Constant, plus connu sous le pseudonyme d'Eliphas Lévi, est né en 1816 et mort en 1875 à Paris. Il fut professeur d'Hébreu au Petit Séminaire St Sulpice et s'est occupé d'art (de peinture particulièrement) puis de politique : de ce dernier chef il subit même quelques mois de prison. En 1848, il quitte définitivement la soutane et épouse Mlle Noémie Cadiot, qui est connue comme romancière, sculpteur et journaliste sous le nom de Claude Vignon. Cette union, peu heureuse, fut annulée au bout de quelques années, et en 1875 après la mort de l'abbé Constant, sa veuve épousa Maurice Rouvier; député de Marseille, et plus tard Ministre et président du Conseil. Dans les dernières années de sa vie, l'abbé Constant dut demander ses moyens de subsistance à un petit commerce de fruiterie. Son pseudonyme, Eliphas Lévi Zaed est la traduction en hébreu francisé de ses trois noms : Alphonse, Louis, Constant, mot à mot. (Caillet). Eliphas Lévi est considéré comme le rénovateur de l'occultisme en France au XIXe siècle. Cet ouvrage, l'un des premiers de l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2020-02-26 07:09:11
Barber, John Warner
Worcester: Dorr, Howland & Co, 1841. 8vo, original full brown calf; spine intricately decorated and lettered in gilt. viii, (9)-576 pages; engraved frontispiece; engraved hand-colored folding map; numerous woodcut illustrations in the text, including depictions of both sides of a Pine Tree shilling and the copper coins of New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Some foxing throughout, as is apparently typical of this title. Very good or better. Important for the early illustrations of Massachusetts silver and the state coppers of New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts: these are quite possibly the earliest depictions of the Connecticut and Massachusetts coppers. Pages 523-527 comprise an account of "Coinage, Bills of Credit, &c.," and include the numismatic illustrations noted. This is the nicest copy we have handled. Howes B124. Sigler 158 (slightly different title).
Bookseller: Kolbe & Fanning [United States]
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2020-02-25 06:57:13
John Arrowsmith
1841. This large folio engraving is from John Arrowsmith's The London Atlas of Universal Geography, exhibiting the physical & political divisions of the various countries of the world, constructed from original materials. The work was published in London by J. Arrowsmith between 1841 and 1849. This is one of the finest 19th-century English atlases, and of particular note was his map of Texas and maps of Australia.John Arrowsmith was one of the greatest geographers of his era. He was a founding member of the Royal Geographical Society. He introduced the London Atlas in 1834 with subsequent editions dated 1840, 1842, and 1858 but as he continuously added new maps there's no determined collation for each edition. He also continuously updated and corrected his maps which drew their information from documents supplied by `The Colonial Office, the Hydrographical Office of the Admiralty, the East India Company, the Royal Asiatic Society, the Royal Geographical Society', and numerous other `Offices, Companies, and Societies'. --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. There are two cropped corners that were used to tab the work when originally bound. There may be a few faint marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully and contact us with any questions.
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-25 05:57:43
edmund spettigue, 1841. leather wear, spine loss or detached vol 1 and 4, covers cracked down connection to spines, semi loose all volumes, inside intact, previous owners name, marks and spots, generally tight. Commentaries on the Laws of England by WILLIAM BLACKSTONE 20th edition 4 Vol set incorporating alterations down to the prew\sent time by James Srewart 1841 published by Edmund Spettigue, London leather "Blackstone's Commentaries are "a monument of the Anglo-American legal and political system and one of the key influences on the thought of the Founding Fathers and the shaping of the Constitution. "All our formative documents--the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers, and the seminal decisions of the Supreme Court under John Marshall--were drafted by attorneys steeped in Sir William Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England. So much was this the case that the Commentaries rank second only to the Bible as a literary and intellectual influence on the history of American institutions" (Robert Ferguson). Blackstone's impact on American political and legal thinking was profound and immediate. In 1775 Edmund Burke observed that nearly as many copies of Blackstone's Commentaries had been sold in America as in England. Thomas Jefferson observed that Blackstone's Commentaries were "the most lucid in arrangement which had yet been written, correct in its matter, classical in its style, and rightfully taking its place by the side of the Justinian institutes." A set of Blackstone's Commentaries is a cornerstone of any library of the history … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: sheapast [Van Nuys, California, US]
2020-02-25 01:22:13
Royal Geographical Society
John Murray, 1841. First Edition. Soft cover. Volume the Eleventh. Parts I and II. Part 1. LXXX, +pp 1-120. 1 folding plate, 2 large folding maps, publisher's ads and catalogue of Grattan and Gilbert Maps bound in rear. Text uncut. Part II. IX + pp. 121-269. Index of books relating to the East, title page, table of contents, 3 folding and 1 single page map in rear. Text uncut. Both in original printed wraps. Obviously meant for purchaser to bind to their taste. VG+ condition. VG+. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: trophyroombooks [Agoura Hills, California, US]
2020-02-24 13:59:09
John Arrowsmith
1841. This large folio engraving is from John Arrowsmith's The London Atlas of Universal Geography, exhibiting the physical & political divisions of the various countries of the world, constructed from original materials. The work was published in London by J. Arrowsmith between 1841 and 1849. This is one of the finest 19th-century English atlases, and of particular note was his map of Texas and maps of Australia.John Arrowsmith was one of the greatest geographers of his era. He was a founding member of the Royal Geographical Society. He introduced the London Atlas in 1834 with subsequent editions dated 1840, 1842, and 1858 but as he continuously added new maps there's no determined collation for each edition. He also continuously updated and corrected his maps which drew their information from documents supplied by `The Colonial Office, the Hydrographical Office of the Admiralty, the East India Company, the Royal Asiatic Society, the Royal Geographical Society', and numerous other `Offices, Companies, and Societies'. --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. There are two cropped corners that were used to tab the work when originally bound. There may be a few faint marks or imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully and contact us with any questions.
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 09:21:08
[AMISTAD]
Boston: J.A. Collins, 1841. [AMISTAD].Pamphlet. The New England Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1841. Boston: J.A. Collins, 1841 [ca. December, 1840]. Original printed and illustrated blue wrappers, stitched. 36pp. 4½ x 7½ in. Inside front cover prints "Things for Abolitionists to Do: Speak for the Slave, Write for the slave... Petition for the slave ... Work for the slave; Work for the free people of color..." including seeking to establish schools. A Word to Abolition Voters starts below: "Remember, that by voting for a man to fill an office you make him your agent, and if you vote for him knowing that his principles are wrong, when he puts forth those principles in his official acts, those acts are your acts, you are just as guilty as if you had performed them yourself... you become a partner in his sin, and shall be partaker of his plagues. President Van Buren and General Harrison have both publicly taken the side of the oppressor against the oppressed and the God of the oppressed. Both of them glory in it." (Inside front and back cover)Excellent content, especially on the Amistad incident, including portraits of Cinque, Grabeau, and interpreter James Covey. "Judge Judson decided that the prisoners were native Africans, had never been slaves legally; he dismissed the libels with costs, and decreed that the Africans should be delivered to the president of the United States, to be sent back to Africa. But our government, on the demand of the Spanish minister, appealed to the Circuit Court... Judge Thompson sustained the appeal, and as one party or the other … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seth Kaller, Inc. [United States]
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2020-02-24 09:21:08
[Massachusetts Whig State Central Committee]
Boston: Eastburn's Press, 1841. Broadside, 13-3/4" x 22". Printed in three columns separated by rules. Signed at the end in type by Thos. Kinnicutt and 39 others [including Edw. Dickinson, father of Emily Dickinson]. Mild spotting, Very Good. This rare Massachusetts broadside endorses the Whig program and its candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, John Davis ["his fame as extended as the borders of the land"] and George Hull ["a specimen of the republican simplicity of the American farmer"]. This was a turbulent year for Whigs: their elected President, William Henry Harrison, had just died; his successor, John Tyler of Virginia, having vetoed several staples of the Whig program, was proving unsound. Whigs reacted with "deep-toned expression of dissatisfaction" and "mortification." But, emphasizing the bright side, the Central Committee is pleased with the abolition of the Sub-Treasury and the enactment of "a uniform system of bankruptcy." Rallying the troops, the authors emphasize the various "monuments of the wise and beneficent policy of the Whigs for the last fifteen years" during the Party's control of the State government. Not in Sabin or American Imprints. OCLC 80917049 [1- AAS] as of October 2019. Not located at online sites of Boston Athenaeum, NYPL, Harvard, Boston Public Library, U MA.
Bookseller: David M. Lesser, Fine Antiquarian Books LLC [United States]
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2020-02-24 03:02:36
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:35
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:35
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:29
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:29
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:29
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:29
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:28
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:27
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:26
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:25
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:23
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:22
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-24 03:02:21
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville
Paris, 1841. This folio lithograph with modern hand-coloring is from Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville's Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Oceanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zelee. The work was published in Paris by Gide et Cie between 1841 and 1855.Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D'Urville Island.He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, first in 1838 and second in 1840. Howego narrated: "in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible . The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adà lie after D'Urville's wife Adà le. They cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Dà couverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Gà ologie." (Howgego II, D35)Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-22 14:26:11
ROLPH, Thomas, Ancaster, Canada.
London. Smith, Elder and Co. 1841.. Hardcover. 8vo, 20.5cm, The Second Edition, 272,[16]p., with 3 folding tables, with a printed slip explaining the extended operations of the Canada Company, in the original quarter green cloth backed paper over boards with paper spine label, some slight foxing, the label is rubbed, some loss, the boards are soiled, the rear hinge is cracked, good to very good sound, very rare. (cgc) Not in Aurora; T.P.L., Gagnon, Lande. Both Howes R-424 & Sabin 72877 mention or include this issue but give the date as 1842. Sabin indicates A reproduction of the "Brief Account". WorldCat locates 2 copies; Queen's & Un. de Montreal. - Rare Book Hub indicates no auction records back to 1900 and only two listings: Goodspeed's 1935 & Dora Hood, 1932 (both dated 1841). Rolph was impressed by the potential of Canada, and indeed for a time was Emigration Agent for the Government of Canada. His careful account of the weather, settlements, and employment opportunities was intended to encourage immigration. He was aware that Britons were apt to think of Canada as a region of ice and snow, home to trappers and Indians. He visited Upper and Lower Canada at a time of civil stress, but he was confident that "the soundness" of the majority would prevent a break with the British Crown. Blessed with navigable lakes, the mighty St. Lawrence seaway, arable land, a healthy climate and trifling taxes, Rolph considered Canada an excellent land for industrious artisans and people of some capital. ". . . in Upper Canada, a native of Great Britain can hold pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J. Patrick McGahern Books Inc. (ABAC) [Ottawa, ON, Canada]
2020-02-22 03:57:14
Poe, Edgar Allan
Graham, 1841. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good / No Jacket. A bound, complete run of 6 monthly issues from 1841, when Poe served as the magazine's literary editor. This volume contains 4 installments of Poe's essay A Few Works of Secret Writing, as well as the first appearances of two of his tales and revised printings of some of his poetry. An important contemporary record of one of America's most important writers. Covers detached, overall good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: bookbid [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2020-02-19 14:17:33
Lapie
1841. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Atlas Universale di Geografia Vintage e Moderno per Lapie 1841, 50 Schede La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. ATLANTE DI LAPIE ATLANTE UNIVERSALE DI GEOGRAFIA ANTICO E MODERNO ha preceduto un abstract della geografia fisica e storica da Mr. Lapie E Figlio di Mr. Lapie A Paris P - C Lehuby, libraio, editore, via di Seine Saint Germain, 48 1841 Set di 50 piastre in stampe fuori testo su fogli doppi (completo) Formato In folio (52 x 38 cm) Un cuoio mezza dolore dell'associazione con bordi leggermente strofinato con debolezza dei tappi Piccola mancanza di carta sul piatto (Vedi foto) Più macchie sulle lenzuola 28 Reliure Cuir Langue Français Date de publication 1841 Époque XIXème Auteur Lapie Caractéristiques spéciales Édition originale Sujet Geographie.
Bookseller: librairie maxime (the.katz) [Villeurbanne, FR]
2020-02-18 11:23:10
LAUVERGNE Hubert.
Paris, Baillière, 1841 ; in-8 de viii-464 pp., reliure de l'époque veau glacé framboise, succession de trois encadrements de filets dorés et à froid sur les plats, large fleuron estampé à froid au centre, dos à nerfs orné avec chiffre dans le caisson central, roulette intérieure, tranches cailloutées. Édition originale de cet ouvrage peu commun, consacré aux bandits de tout poil avec un important chapitre sur les Corses et la vendetta. L'auteur, médecin de la Marine puis directeur de l'hôpital du bagne de Toulon, livre une étude exhaustive sur le milieu criminel, souvent citée voire pillée par les littérateurs et les journalistes au XIXe siècle. S'appuyant sur de nombreux cas particuliers, il traite de la phrénologie et de la physionomie du forçat, des meurtriers, des faussaires, des forçats lettrés, des mœurs du bagne, etc. EXEMPLAIRE JOLIMENT RELIÉ POUR LORD HENRY SEYMOUR, avec son chiffre doré au dos. Interdit de sol anglais par son père le comte Casimir de Montrond, Lord Seymour (1805-1859), connu sous le sobriquet de Milord l'Arsouille, fut l'une des figures de dandy les plus en vue et les plus facétieuses du Boulevard. Fondateur du Jokey-Club, il importa l'élégance anglaise à Paris et servit de modèle au personnage d'Henry de Marsay dans La Fille aux yeux d'or de Balzac. - Rousseurs.
Bookseller: Anne Lamort Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2020-02-17 09:58:47
Lapie
Atlas Universal Geographie Antike und durch Moderne Lapie 1841, 50 Karten Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. ATLAS DER LAPIE UNIVERSAL ATLAS DER GEOGRAPHIE ANTIKE UND MODERNE voraus eine abstrakte physikalische und historische Geographie Par Herr Lapie et Herr Lapie Sohn A Paris P - C Lehuby, Buchhändler, Verleger, Rue de Seine-Saint-Germain, 48 1841 Satz von 50 Platten in Druckt Text auf Doppelbogen (voll) Format In Folio (52 x 38 cm) Eine halbes Leid Leder mit Kanten leicht binden mit Schwäche der Kappen eingerieben Kleiner Mangel an Papier auf der Platte (siehe Foto) Mehrere Flecken auf den Blättern 28 Reliure Cuir Langue Français Date de publication 1841 Époque XIXème Auteur Lapie Caractéristiques spéciales Édition originale Sujet Geographie.
Bookseller: librairie maxime (the.katz) [Villeurbanne, FR]
2020-02-16 22:09:28
1841 Anti-Slavery Almanac Including Report on Amistad Case and Illustrations of Cinque, Grabeau, and Covey, and Summary of 1840 Presidential Candidates Pro-slavery Positions [AMISTAD]. Pamphlet. The New England Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1841. Boston: J.A. Collins, 1841 [ca. December, 1840]. Original printed and illustrated blue wrappers, stitched. 36pp. 4½ x 7½ in. Inventory #23382 Inside front cover prints "Things for Abolitionists to Do: Speak for the Slave, Write for the slave... Petition for the slave ... Work for the slave; Work for the free people of color..." including seeking to establish schools. A Word to Abolition Voters starts below: "Remember, that by voting for a man to fill an office you make him your agent, and if you vote for him knowing that his principles are wrong, when he puts forth those principles in his official acts, those acts are your acts, you are just as guilty as if you had performed them yourself... you become a partner in his sin, and shall be partaker of his plagues. President Van Buren and General Harrison have both publicly taken the side of the oppressor against the oppressed and the God of the oppressed. Both of them glory in it." (Inside front and back cover) Excellent content, especially on the Amistad incident, including portraits of Cinque, Grabeau, and interpreter James Covey. "Judge Judson decided that the prisoners were native Africans, had never been slaves legally; he dismissed the libels with costs, and decreed that the Africans should be delivered to the president of the United States, to be sent back to Africa. But our governm … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seth Kaller Inc (sethkaller) [White Plains, New York, US]
2020-02-16 18:59:04
Barber, John Warner
Dorr, Howland & Co, Worcester, 1841. 8vo, original full brown calf; spine intricately decorated and lettered in gilt. viii, (9)-576 pages; engraved frontispiece; engraved hand-colored folding map; numerous woodcut illustrations in the text, including depictions of both sides of a Pine Tree shilling and the copper coins of New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Some foxing throughout, as is apparently typical of this title. Very good or better. Important for the early illustrations of Massachusetts silver and the state coppers of New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts: these are quite possibly the earliest depictions of the Connecticut and Massachusetts coppers. Pages 523-527 comprise an account of "Coinage, Bills of Credit, &c.," and include the numismatic illustrations noted. This is the nicest copy we have handled. Howes B124. Sigler 158 (slightly different title). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kolbe and Fanning Numismatic Booksellers [Gahanna, OH, U.S.A.]
2020-02-16 14:45:01
Lapie
1841. ATLAS OF LAPIE UNIVERSAL ATLAS OF GEOGRAPHY ANCIENT AND MODERN preceded an abstract of physical and historical geography by Mr. Lapie AND Mr. Lapie son A Paris P - C Lehuby, bookseller, Publisher, street of Seine Saint Germain, 48 1841 Set of 50 plates in prints out text on double sheets (full) Format In folio (52 x 38 cm) Binding a half sorrow leather with edges slightly rubbed with weakness of the caps Small lack of paper on the plate (see photo) Multiple spots on the sheets 28. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: librairie maxime (the.katz) [Villeurbanne, FR]
2020-02-16 13:53:02
(POE, Edgar Allan)
Philadelphia: George R. Graham, 1841. First Edition. Hardcover. Moderately foxed throughout, as usually the case, the Poe pieces tending to be less affected; short, closed tear to the first page of "Murders" and a small chunk lacking from the blank margin of "Secret Writing"; the first signature pulled but the binding firm. Some rubbing with a short split at the top rear. Very Good. Two volumes bound in one, publisher's gilt-lettered black morocco leather and marbled boards with matching leather corners. Illustrated with steel engravings and 15 color plates. First appearance in print of these 9 Poe works: THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE; A DESCENT INTO THE MAELSTROM; THE ISLAND OF THE FAY; A FEW WORDS ON SECRET WRITING (not in the index); A CHAPTER ON AUTOGRAPHY; THE COLLOQUY OF MONOS AND UNA; NEVER BET YOUR HEAD; and 2 poems: TO HELEN and ISRAFEL.
Bookseller: Charles Agvent, ABAA [United States]
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2020-02-16 06:54:33
Lapie
1841. Voir description ci dessous. ATLAS DE LAPIE ATLAS UNIVERSEL DE GEOGRAPHIE ANCIENNE ET MODERNE précédé d'un abrégé de géographie physique et historique par M. LAPIE et M. LAPIE fils A Paris P-C Lehuby, libraire éditeur, rue de Seine Saint Germain, 48 1841 Ensemble de 50 planches en tirages hors texte sur feuillets doubles (complet) Format In folio (52 x 38 cm) Reliure demi chagrin cuir avec les bords un peu frottée avec faiblesse des coiffes Petit manquede papier sur le plat (voir la photo) Multiples rousseurs sur les feuillets 28. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: librairie maxime (the.katz) [Villeurbanne, FR]
2020-02-16 06:54:33
Lapie
Atlas Set Universal Geography Former and Modern by Lapie 1841, 50 Cards The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. ATLAS OF LAPIE UNIVERSAL ATLAS OF GEOGRAPHY ANCIENT AND MODERN preceded an abstract of physical and historical geography by Mr. Lapie AND Mr. Lapie son A Paris P - C Lehuby, bookseller, Publisher, street of Seine Saint Germain, 48 1841 Set of 50 plates in prints out text on double sheets (full) Format In folio (52 x 38 cm) Binding a half sorrow leather with edges slightly rubbed with weakness of the caps Small lack of paper on the plate (see photo) Multiple spots on the sheets 28 Reliure Cuir Langue Français Date de publication 1841 Époque XIXème Auteur Lapie Caractéristiques spéciales Édition originale Sujet Geographie. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: librairie maxime (the.katz) [Villeurbanne, FR]
2020-02-16 01:08:14
Darena; Beauble; Perrot, A.M.; Tardieu;
France: late 19th Century, 1841. 8vo. 13 x 20 Qtr. roan and Original boards. 28 double page handcolored maps, most with one wormhole in the margins and waterstain. 28 world and country maps; Also bound in are 19th Century maps of Napolionic battles.Atlas. Recueil composite :-- 4 planches doubles couleurs (sphère armilllaire, lune, mappemonde, etc.)- 23 cartes fin XVIIIe s. rehaussées sur double page (mappemonde, Europe, pays d'Europe, Asie, Afrique, Egypte, Amérique, etc.)- 1 carte d'Océanie sur double page par Avril, 1841. 10 plans de A.M. PERROT gravés par Tardieu sur les batailles napoléoniennes.In-8 basane verte ép., dos lisse. Coiffes et coins usés. Galeries de vers et mouillures claires. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-02-14 22:16:05
LABORDE, Léon de
Jules Renouard et Cie, Lille, 1841. Couverture imprimeur d'origine Une plaquette grand in quarto (238x156 mm), 23-(1 bl.) pages Dos un peu abîmé Rarissime plaquette tirèe à seulement 25 exemplaires. La couverture imprimée ne porte que "Recherches sur la magie Égyptienne". C'est une réimpression légèrement augmentée d'un article paru dans la revue des deux mondes d'avril 1833 Yve-Plessis [875 : "Opuscule très rare, tiré à 25 exemplaires, qui n'est cité ni par Lorentz ni par le journal de la librairie"] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Original printed wrappers 4to (238x156 mm), 23-(1 bl.) pages Spine a little chipped Scarce. Only 25 copies. Work on Egyptian magic. Yve-Plessis [875 : "Opuscule très rare, tiré à 25 exemplaires, qui n'est cité ni par Lorentz ni par le journal de la librairie"] In 8 / 8vo 148g. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2020-02-14 21:26:13
Elementi di Fisica Sperimentale di Meteorologia,M.Pouitlet, Pedro Vieta 1841 La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. Barcellona. Brusi stampa. 1841. 22X15. Pasta spagnola 2vol. 540p + 572p + 32 piatti bellissimi Lavoro molto curioso Rif 10.1 Visualizzazioni di pagina traccia con Contatore gratuito di Auctiva ISBN No aplicable.
Bookseller: Libreria Outlet Marc Antiques (artbookstars13) [Barcelona, ES]
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