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        Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States

      H.A. Chapin & Co., New York, 1841, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Fifth EditionSize: 16mo - over 5?" - 6?" tall, 191 pages. "The numbers under the signature of Brutus, originally published in the New-York Observer. Revised and Corrected, with notes by the Author" - subtitle. "The public mind is awake far and wide to the fact, that Popery is a political as well as a religious system, nor will freemen be lulled to sleep by the popish anodyne of no controversy; they will not rest till these more than suspicious manoeuverings of Jesuit intriguers; of Austrian conspirators against their liberties, shall have been searched to the bottom." - from preface to the first edition. Contemporary gift greetings inside front board. Moderate foxing throughout. Average external wear and soiling. Binding sound. Embossed olive-coloured boards. Gilt lettering legible upon backstrip. Author invented the telegraph and its code which bears his name.

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        The Orchardist's Companion A Quarterly Journal Fruits of the United States

      A. HOFFY, EDITOR & PROP, PHILADELPHIA 1841 - This is Volume I-April front & back covers detached, spine missing, very worn, all the plates are intact with tissue guard still present. Title page is torn from the book but present. Beautiful plates, embellished with richly colored designs of the natural size, painted from the actual fruits when in their finest condition and represented appended to a portion of the branch, with leaves and other characteristics as seen when on the tree. Also, the flowers, cut fruits and stones, 48 full-page color plates present. Plate 1. American Pippin 3/4 tear across page affecting 3 inches of the bottom of the Colored Apple. Remaining 47 plates have varing degrees minor foxing of edges of the wonderful vibrant color Illustrations. the only thing missing is the fragrance on the fruit to make each picture real. 48 COLOR ILLUSTRATED PLATES APPLES 1 American Pippin 2 Bevan's favorite 3 Carthouse or Gilpin 4 Codlin or English Coldin 5 Early Harvest 6 Esopus Splitzenburg 7 Hagloe Crab 8 Large Newton Pippin 9 Maiden's Blush 10 Summer Pearmain 11 Turn of the Lane APRICOTS 12 Early Apricots 13 Peach Apricots CHERRIES 14Black Tartarian 15 Englsih morello 16 Oxheart GRAPES 17 Black Frontignac 18 Chasselas de L'eau 19 Isabella PEARS 20 Ah! mon Dieu! 21 Bartlett or William's Bon Chretien 22Brown Beurre' 23 Beurre' d'Amanlis 24 Duchess of Angouleme 25 Julienne 26 Large Yellow Butter 27 Napolean 28 Robinson's Washington 29 Seckle 30 Steven's Genessee PEACHES 31 Early York : freestone 32 Eastburns Choice : Freestone 33Heath:clingstone 34 Large rareripe: Clingstone 35 Melacoton Freestone 36 Orange Cling 37 Oldmixon Clingstone 38 Pine Apple Cling 39 Rodmans Cling 40 tippecanoe Clingstone 41 White Raripe freestone PLUMS 42 Bolmers Washington 43 Bingham 44 copper plum of kensington 45 market 46 october or Frost gage 47 Red mirabelle or miser STRAWBERRIES 48 Keen's seedling plates DATE PUBLISHED: 1841 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Catalogue of Books

      1841. London, 1841. iv, 1948, 146, (vi) pp. Engraved title and frontispiece. 3/4 morocco, marbled boards. Binding a bit rubbed but else a very good copy of this impressive catalogue. Known as the 'Guinea Catalogue', this lists 23,208 books for sale and is the biggest catalogue ever issued by a bookseller. The work was compiled by the renowned bibliographer William Thomas Lowndes and is still very useful. The items are divided into 27 headings like: French Books, Italian Books, German Books, Architecture, Natural History (with subdivisions) etc. etc. The works under each heading are presented alphabetically and each entry is fully described and many have additional information about the work and its author. Impressive work.

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        Versuch einer Charakteristik des Verhältnisses der Alchemie zur Magie, Astrologie und verwandten ähnlichen Wissenschaften, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der alchemistischen Zeichen. Erstausg.

      Cassel, Im Verlag der J. Luckhardt'schen Hofbuchhandlung, 1841.. X, [2], 68 S., mit 8 lithogr. Taf. im Anhang, 8°, O-Papier. U.a. über: Von der Magie; Von den sieben Planeten, den Fixsternen u. den zwölf Himmelszeichen der Ekliptik; Die Astrologische Tafel u. die davon hergeleiteten Zeichen der Planeten; Die alchemistischen Alphabete; Die Zauberkünste u. ihre Beziehung zur Alchemie; Die Zahlzeichen. - Einband fleckig, angeknickt u. mit Randläsuren; Kapitale mit kl. Fehlstellen; Titel gestempelt u. mit Besitzervermerk; wenige Seiten mit Feuchtigkeitflecken am unteren Rand; eine Tabelle mit Bleistiftänderung (?), sonst ein gutes Expl.

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        Figures and Descriptions of the Palaeozoic Fossils of Cornwall, Devon, and West Somerset; Observed in the Course of the Ordance Geological Survey of That District [FIRST EDITION PUBLISHED 1841]

      Longman Brown Green & Longmans, U.K, 1841. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. xii, 231 pages, size 9 inches tall by 5.75 inches. Illustrated with 60 lithographed plates. Chapter Headings : Polypiaria; Crinoidea; Conchifera Plagimyona; Conchifera Mesomyona; Conchifera Brachiopoda; Gasteropoda; Cephalopoda Monothalamacea; Cephalopoda Polythalamacea; Crustacea and Fishes; Supplemental. Book - in Good original brown boards with a new spine with remains of the spine relaid - some bumping to the edges and extreme corners. Contents, browning to the pastedowns and to some pages, previous owner's name to the free front endpaper, otherwise clean and tightly bound. An Important Early Geological Survey of Cornwall, Devon and West Somerset. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Science & Technology; Geology; Geology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 000634..

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        The Poetical Works

      London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street, 1841 - A New edition. 8 vols., 8vo. Illustrated Frontispiece in Volume One. Printed by Bradbury and Evans. Contemporary polished tan calf, spines gilt, all edges marbled. Almost fine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bilder aus Griechenland.

      Leipzig, Brockhaus 1841.. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. 3 Bll., 376 S., 1 Bl.; 3 Bll., 218 S., 1 Bl. HLwd. d. Zt.. Erste Ausgabe. - Kosch XX, 57: "... zog als staatsbayer. Beamter 1834 mit König Otto nach Griechenland" - Wenig fleckig. Vorsätze erneuert.

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        The American Journal of the Medical Sciences Volumes 1 thru 48

      Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard. Very Good. 1841-1864. ex-libris; gift plate on front pastedown; due date flyer tipped onto rear fly; perforated library stamp on title page ; Original sturdy half calf. A handsome set. This set the gift of Byron Stanton (Civil War surgeon in the 1st Ohio Light Infantry and 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and founder of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists), whose name also appears on the spines.; Stout 8vo .

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        PROUT'S MICROCOSM, The Artist's Sketch-book of Groups of Figures, Shipping, And other Picturesque Objects. By Samuel Prout, F.S.A. Painter in Water Colours in Ordinary to Her Majesty and His Royal Highness Prince Albert.

      Tilt and Bogue, Fleet Street., London 1841 - Folio. 11 x 14.5 inches. [4] pp. + 24 tinted lithographs, printed by C. Hullmandel, Bound in original cloth, gilt. Extremities worn and Joints neatly reinforced. Some foxing occasionally affecting plates and water stains on edges of the first three and last plates touching the edges of the images; otherwise a fine copy. Included are composite views of the entrance to Dover Harbour with smaller vignette views of loafers on beach, watching shipping and of a hulk and fishing vessels beached on Dover waterfront. Prout's Microcosm, was a drawing book for the use of students and artists in practising groups of people and maritime scenes for compositional ideas. Samuel Prout (1783-1852) was a water colour painter, print artist and a pioneer of lithography. From 1819-29 he toured extensively in France, the Low Countries and Italy and sketches in this volume reflect these visits including Normandy and Venice. Prout's draughtsmanship was admired by Ruskin who praised him in Modern Painters and The Stones of Venice. According to COPAC these plates were first issued as part works in 1822, but this 1841 volume was the first full edition in book form. KENT DOVER TOPOGRAPHY KENT - EUROPE DRAWINGS 19TH CENTURY KENT

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        The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon Upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi

      Liverpool: Printed by J. Tompkins, for Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, and Parley P. Pratt. By order of the translator., 1841. First European Edition. Leather bound. 643 pp. Sextodecimo [14.5 cm]; bound in full brown Moroccan with decorative floral gilt stamped borders to boards. Title gilt stamped on the backstrip. Gilt stamped floral panels between bands. Decorative gilt dentelles. All edges gilt. Very good. Gentle rubbing to extremities of boards. Backstrip bumped and starting at head. Minor staining to page 582. A nice presentation binding of the fourth published 'Book of Mormon'. This edition of the Book of Mormon was the first printed outside of the United States and the fourth overall. The 1841 printing was a faithful reprint of the 1837 Kirtland edition. With the exception of the two Nauvoo editions, all subsequent Book of Mormon editions in English descend from this 1841 Liverpool edition. This is the first Book of Mormon to include an index. At a Conference in the spring of 1840, Heber C. Kimball, Brigham Young, and Parley P. Pratt were tasked with securing a copyright and printing the first British edition. The three men quickly took to their charges and within three weeks Young asked Smith's permission to begin printing. The men hired John Tompkins to print five thousand copies. Tompkins finished the job in January 1841. Twenty copies were immediately sent to Heber C. Kimball and Wilford Woodruff who were laboring in London at the time. The two promptly (the same day in fact) secured copyright at Stationers' Hall and deposited five copies. Mormon Imprints 12. Crawley 98. Flake/Draper 598.

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      Firenze, Serantoni, 1841-1856. In folio, 3 voll. (di cui 2 di tavv.). Il testo (mm. 475x315), rilegato in cartonato mod., tit. oro su due tasselli al dorso, di pp. 312. "Manca" il vol. secondo, di ?"Supplemento?", 1851). I volumi di tavole (mm. 436x305), mz. pelle coeva, filetti e tit. oro al dorso, contengono complessive 202 magnifiche tavole litografate a colori (tranne la prima, in b.n.), eseguite da Ridolfi, Stefani e Ballagny, su disegni di Serantoni, Muzzi e Borrani, ciasc. con numerose figure e relativa dellagliata descrizione. Il primo vol. ne contiene 93 (91 + 2 bis: 33 e 83) - Il secondo, 109 (77 + 16 bis: 7-22-26-29-38-39-45-56-57-69-70-71-72-73-74-75 + 16 contrassegnate A-P). Sono tavole che raffigurano in modo molto realistico particolari anatomici e operazioni chirurgiche in ogni parte del corpo, unitamente agli strumenti medicali dell'epoca. Entrambi i volumi portano anche un frontespizio figurato con il titolo ?"Trattato completo dell?'anatomia dell?'uomo riguardante la medicina operatoria ossia anatomia chirurgica.. con Atlante?". Monumentale e straordinaria opera di iconografia medica e anatomica del XIX secolo, in "prima edizione italiana", molto rara a trovarsi completa delle bellissime illustrazioni. Autore del testo è il fisico Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery (1797-1849) in collaborazione con Claude Bernard, mentre l'apparato iconografico è di Nicolas Henri Jacob (Paris, 1782-1871), allievo del grande pittore Louis David. Cfr. CLIO,I, p. 674 - Wellcome,II, p. 214 - Graesse,I,512 per la prima ediz. di Parigi del 1830-44: ?"ouvrage magnifique?". Vol. di testo con lievi fiorit. o arross.; primo vol. di tavole con qualche fiorit.; il secondo con alone al marg. interno super. su ca. 50 tavv. che sono state anche restaur. per strappi o picc. manc. (che non intaccano le figure). A parte questi difetti complessivam. è un buon esemplare.

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        Richard Savage. With the illustrations by John Leech. Bentley's Miscellany.

      London: Richard Bentley, 1841-42. - 8vo (9½" tall). Superb full red crushed morocco, by TOUT. Gilt raised bands and pallets, fine gilt tooling to panels. Boards framed with gilt floral corner tool. Gilt doublures with floral patterned endpapers. Top edge gilt. Slightly foxed. Armorial bookplate. Original issues of Bentley's Magazine, bound with special title page, contents and a preface dated 1889 by the collector John Waugh. A magnificent deluxe binding by TOUT, with fine engraved plates by Leech. "Whitehead's masterpiece, 'Richard Savage' (1842), illustrated by Leech, a romance, partly founded on Dr. Johnson's life of Savage, was much admired by Dickens. It was dramatised, and the play ran for nearly thirty nights at the Surrey Theatre." (DNB) Uniformly bound with our other selections from Bentley's Miscellany. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Popular Treatise on the Art of Photography, Including Daguerreotype, and all the New Methods of Producing Pictures by the Chemical Agency of Light

      Glasgow: Richard Griffin and Co, 1841. First Edition. Softcover. Very good. 8vo, pp. viii, 96, with lithographic frontispiece showing an image in positive and negative, and 29 illustrations in the text. Bound in later plain paper wrappers and housed in a clamshell box. Some chipping to the edges, staining (probably photographic chemicals) to the title page and Introduction only. Overall about very good. Hunt (1807-1887) was a chemist who played a prominent role in the early decades of photography in Britain. This volume, which incorporated much of his own research as well as a survey of important contributions to the field, is generally regarded as "the first book on photography in English" and was, according to Hannavy, "the most comprehensive account of photography photographic process published to that date." A rare and seminal work.

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      London: Wm. H. Allen and Co., 1841.. [2],xl,443,95pp. plus folding map, three plates, and 16pp. of publisher's advertisements. Octavo. Original brown publisher's cloth, expertly rebacked, preserving most of original spine. Corners bumped and repaired. Closed tear in map repaired with tissue. Very good. An account of an invading expedition into Afghanistan by the Army of the Indus, a British- led Indian force, during the First Anglo-Afghan War (1839-42). Though the British were successful at the Battle of Ghazni in July 1839, they were ultimately pushed out of Afghanistan. The whole affair was part of a greater conflict between Britain and Russia for control over the area. The views in this work include Kabul, Ghazni, and Kandahar, and the map shows the greater region in some detail.

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        Meteorography, or The Perpetual Weather Almanac

      Edinburgh: R. S. Michie and John Sutherland, 1841. Hardcover. Very good. Squareish 12mo. Contemporary dark brown sand-grain victorian cloth, title in gilt on the upper board. Errata slip present before the first page of text. Text is followed by handcolored full page plates of the different appearance of the sky (presumably from Scotland) as different indices of the state of the ensuing weather. The clouds are divided into three main categories then further subdivided. Of the 46 handcolored plates called for, numbers 22 and 23 are duplicated but 32 has been skipped, giving a total of 47 plates. Nearly invisibly rebacked at an early date, occasional soil and staining else a very good copy and quite scarce. Rare. Only 4 copies located worldwide.

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        Incidents of Travel In Central America Vol I & II (together with) Incidents of Travel in Yucatan Vol I & II

      New York: Harper & Brothers 1841/1843, 1841. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Four volume set. Half bound, green/blue spine and corners with edge wear, five raised bands, red/brown leather labels on spine, gilt head edge, blue mottled boards, red/blue marbled endpages. Bookplate of previous owner on paste down end paper of all volumes. Frontispiece Vol. I Travel in Yucatan left half missing, all other maps intact. Text blocks tight with minor foxing.

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        Guy's Hospital Reports. No. XII, April, 1841.

      London: Samuel Highley, 1841. - 8vo. 234 pp. 8 plates + tables. Original pictorial white wrappers with green cloth backstrip. Pages uncut. Light cover soil, small, shallow stain deckled fore edge (not affecting text) else tight, very good plus. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Die Trachten des polnischen Volkes nebst einer genauen Beschreibung seiner Sitten, Gebräuche und Gewohnheiten. Ein pittoreskes Werk.

      Paris, Polnische Buchhandlung / Straßburg, Selbstverlag / Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1841.. Mit 26 kolorierten lithographierten Tafeln und 2 Musikbeilagen. 2 Blatt, 120 Seiten. Ledereinband der Zeit mit reicher Vergoldung und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. Colas 3116. Hiler 910. - Vgl. Lipperheide Kb 3. - Wohl das schönste polnische Kostümwerk des 19. Jahrhunderts.. Die sorgfältig kolorierten Darstellungen nach Zeichnungen von J. Lewicki und A. Wittmann zeigen Kostüme aus dem polnischen Kerngebiet, aber auch aus Posen, Wilna, Minsk und der Ukraine. Die letzten 6 Tafeln mit Uniformen der polnischen Armee. Es gibt Ausgaben mit bis zu 40 Tafeln. - Stellenweise gering stockfleckig. - Vorsatz mit Widmung für Herzog Max in Bayern. -- Probably the most beautiful Polish work of costumes of the 19th century. - The carefully coloured illustrations after drawings by J. Lewicki and A. Wittmann show costumes from the Polish heartland, but also from Posen, Wilna, Minsk and the Ukraine. The last 6 plates with uniforms of the Polish army. There are editions with up to 40 plates. - Here and there some foxing. - Endpaper with dedication for duke Max in Bavaria. - Decorative binding. - Contemporary calf richly gilt and with three-sided gilt edge.

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        The Works of Cowper and Thomson -

      Philadelphia: Gregg & Elliot, No. 9 North Fourth Street, 1841 - A fine embossed binding by Benjamin Gaskill of Philadelphia. Gaskill popularized embossed bindings in America, drawing on the pioneering work of the English firm of Remnant & Edmonds. In fact, the spine of this volume is derived from a Remnant & Edmonds spine plaque (cf. Maser 43a) (BINDING, GASKILL) 8vo. Frontispiece. x, 404; xxxvi, 133 pp. Bound in full black morocco, covers and spine embossed in blind to an all-over scrollwork, floral and scallop-shell design, a.e.g., by Benjamin Gaskill (signed at head of spine in blind, "Gaskill, Phila."). Light rubbing to corners, else fine. Maser 43a-b (for binding) [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Stabat Mater Pour deux Soprani, Tenor et Basse et Choeur a quatre ou cinq Voix... avec Accompagnement de Piano ou d'Orgue par T. Labarre... Prix: 25f. [Piano-vocal score]

      Paris Troupenas [PN T. 1106 (No. 1-10)] [1841-42]. Folio. Contemporary quarter dark maroon leather with textured paper boards, spine in gilt-ruled compartments with titling gilt. 1f. (title), 1f. (recto thematic index, verso blank), 77, [i] (blank) pp. With publisher's facsimile signature handstamp to foot of title. With additional separate pagination to the first, fourth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth of the 10 musical numbers. Binding slightly worn; head of spine split. Light browning throughout; occasional minor staining; small embossed blindstamp to foot of title. Quite a good copy overall.. First Edition, first issue of the second version (thematic incipit no. 10 with 5 measures and with only one price to title). Rongoni p. 458, no. 8. First performed in Paris at the Theatre Italien on January 7, 1842. "When, after the death of Varela, the original version of the Stabat mater fell into the hands of the Parisian publisher Aulagnier, who printed it and arranged a performance, Rossini, partly at the prompting of Troupenas and partly because the work published by Aulagnier was a composite, disowned this version and decided to complete the work himself. The revised Stabat mater was ready by the end of 1841. The first performance, arranged by the brothers Leon and Marie Escudier, was in Paris at the Theatre Italien on 7 January 1842. It was received with enormous enthusiasm. The first Italian performance, at Bologna, followed in March under the direction of Donizetti." Philip Gossett in Grove online

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        An Account of the Settlements of the New Zealand Company, from Personal Observation During a Residence at Their

      Smith, Elder and Co., 1841, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Slipcase, Good Condition, First Edition, Illustrated By: Illustrated395 g. (combined weight); IV, 5-88 pages, the last page. There is a four page, folio size, foldout map at the beginning of the text -- showing a map of Colony of New Zealand from Official Documents, there is also a small world map showing position of New Zealand in comparison to the rest of the world. The text is illustrated with two steel etched plates: -- the first showing part of Lambton Harbour, Port Nicholson, New Zealand (Wellington) and a another seel etched plate showing New Plymouth Settlement, in the District of Taranaki. Blue coloured cloth covered boards with self embossed decoration to the front panel and gilt titles to the same area. A little rubbing and fraying of the backstrip edges and book corners. Browning and foxing to the text block edges and a few marks to the book panels. From page 79 through to the end of the book there is a small black ink mark on the front fore text block edge. Browning and minor foxing to the endpapers and browning to the internal text. The foldout map at the beginning of the text has a tear measuring 3 inches with a left horizontal component measuring 1 inch -- commensurate with rough handling of opening of the map. Navy blue coloured cloth covered slipcase, which opens out like a book, with gilt titles to the backstrip. Rubbing to the slipcase corners and some rubbing to the slipcase edges and panels. An account, very early, of the settlement of New Zealand. Size: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Illustrated. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; 19th Century ; New Zealand; Inventory No: 0109019.

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        Musikalische Freitagsgesellschaft. Programm- und Huldigungsblatt zum 5. März 1841. Konzert in München unter der Leitung von Franz Graf v. Pocci.

      1841.. 27,7 x 20 cm. (Sehr guter Zustand). Auflage:0. Franz Ludwig Evarist Alexander Graf von Pocci (* 7. März 1807 in München; 7. Mai 1876 ebenda), deutscher Zeichner, Radierer, Schriftsteller, Musiker und Komponist. Tuschzeichnungen neben einem gereimten Freudentext sowie beigestellte Skizzen in Aquarell, Konterfei des Chors zu Seiten des Kapellmeisters Pocci mit dessen eigenhändigen Anmerkungen: Benennung der Mitwirkenden Fernanda Praetorius und seiner selbst, monogrammiert. Auf Albumblatt montiert.

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      Några underrättelser samlade under en resa ifrån Turkiet till Persien af en swensk officer. Andra upplagan. Uppsala, P. Lefflers boktryckeri, 1841. 8:o. (2),XX,114,(2) s. Häftad i ngt nött brunt tryckt omslag. Ryggen defekt och med revor i häftningen. Tryckt på blåtonat papper. Lagerfläckig. Med Torsten Ljunggrens namnteckning.. Första upplagan utkom 1825. Föreliggande andra upplaga har bara nytryckt titelblad och omslag. Författarnamnet framgår av omslaget där det dock stavas "Hejdenstam". Carl von Heidenstam, född 1792 i Smyrna, gick i fransk tjänst 1811, sårades och tillfångatogs 1815 i slaget vid Tolentino. Han blev 1816 överste i persisk tjänst och gjorde året därpå sitt första och enda besök i Sverige. 1818 blev han kapten i svensk tjänst, major 1828, kammarherre 1835 och överstelöjtnant 1836. Huvudsakligen tjänstgjorde han inom utrikesförvaltningen och slutade sina dagar som chargé d'affaires i Grekland där han avled 1878. Som författare skrev han ett antal reseskildringar och även romaner på franska

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        Hertha, svensk-dansk nyarsgafva för 1841.

      . Malmö & Kbhvn. 1841. Med portraet af Assab Lindeblad og H.P. Holst samt 2 foldede musikbilag. III + 200 s. Indbundet i originalt glanspapirbind. med tresidet guldsnit og guld- og blindtryk pa permer. Enkelt rift pa bagfalsens nedre del ellers meget velholdt ekspl. I originalt etui ligeledes af glanspapir. With portrait of Assab Lindeblan and H.P. Holst and with 2 folded musicplates. Publisher's glazed paper with gilt edges and boards decorated with gold- and blindtoolings. In original box. Almost mint-condition. * Med originalbidrag af H.C. Andersen (BFN 394 ).<br>1st edit. of "Billedbog uden Billeder. Ny Samling" ..

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        "Manual of the Corporation of the City of New-York", a complete run of the first series of Valentine's, from 1841, the first year, through 1870

      New York:: Wm. C. Bryant,. 1841-1870.. Hardcover. Very good overall. A complete run of the first series of "Valentine's Manuals", from its beginning in 1841 through 1870. Valentine was the clerk of the Common Council, and was instructed to compile the volumes, that included the city?'s annual reports and directories, becoming the first person to preserve New York City?'s records. The manuals were published from 1841/2 until Valentine's death in 1866. There was no volume issued in 1867 and the following year, the manuals resumed publication for a few years under successive clerks-Joseph Shannon (1868 and 1869) and John Hardy (1870). "The first five volumes of the Manual are in a class by themselves, they are, and long have been, rare books..." (Hufeland, Otto, Valentine's Manuals, a General Index, [1906], 1981, pp xxvi). The volumes are a treasure trove of New York City history, updated on an annual basis. Each volume contains a folding map of New York, showing its history, expansion and upgrades to transportation, etc. The handsome lithograph plates of historic buildings record private and public buildings that are largely now lost to us. All but one of the 28 volumes are in the original brown cloth and are bright copies. Most are also uniformly boxed (3 volumes without boxes). This is a collection that was assembled in the 1960s by an avid collector and has not been tampered with. Maps and illustrations complete according to the "Index to the Illustrations in the Manuals of the Corporation of the City of New York", published by the Society of Iconophiles, 1906 (1981). Also included is the first edition of the "Historical Index of New York Common Council Manuals 1841-1870", (1900), an essential index for historical references. Several volumes belonged to NY City Alderman; the first volume belonged to Edmund G. Rawson, and others are signed by later Alderman of the City. There some binding issues - spine tips chipped; boards detached & spine chip on the only leather volume (1849, but the original cloth covers are bound in); back board detached (1859); spine loose (1862); volume shaken, with hinge split (1869). Overall, an exceptionally nice set of this essential New York City history.

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        Dictionnaire ?gyptien en ?criture Hi?roglyphique, publi? d'apr?s les manuscrits autographes, et sous les auspices de M. Villemain.

      Chez Firmin Didot Fr?res, 1841, Couverture rigide, Book Condition: Tr?s Bonne Condition, Premi?re ?ditionSize: 23,5cm x 34,5cm, [English description available upon request] (2ff, faux-titre, Page-titre) - [xxxvi] - 487 pages. Reliure l?g?rement us?e sur les coins, autrement solide et en bonne condition. Pages int?rieures en tr?s bonne condition, propres et solides. Photos disponibles sur demande. TR?S RARE, Livre

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        The Playfair papers, Or Brother Jonathan, The Smartest nation in all creation

      In three volumes. London: Saunders and Ottley, Conduit Street, 1841. 3 Vols., lge 12mo; half-titles not called for; wood-engraved illustrated title printed in gold, with tissue guard, precedes letterpress title-page in volume one; lithographic frontispiece to each volume, that to volume three hand-coloured; three hand-coloured plates in volume one, two, and a third not coloured, in volume two, and one, hand-coloured, in volume three; pp.iv (not including illustrated title-page)+311+[i (printer?'s imprint)]; [ii]+311+[i (blank)]; [ii]+336; vertically-ribbed sage-green cloth, ruled and blocked blind on sides, ruled blind, lettered gilt, on spine; top- and fore- edges uncut, lower-edges rough trimmed; end-papers coated yellow. Contemporary bookplate with crest applied with too much paste and some consequest staining to each front paste-down; later ownership inscription written unobtrusively on back of two end-papers; very slight fading to spines and adjacent edge of one cover; light foxing to one title-page; nonetheless a virtually fine, and very crisp copy. The novel, a skit on American manners and customs, originally appeared in parts, and the illustrated title-page in volume one may reproduce the design from the front cover of the parts issue. There is no list of plates, but they bound in to face pp.6, 48, and 107 in volume one; 20, 167, and 296 in volume two; and p.26 in volume three. The number of plates hand-coloured varies between volumes. A hard title to find in any form, but particularly so in nice original cloth. The hand-colouring is beautiful. Sabin, 63371; Block, p.188; Not in Sadleir or Wolff; COPAC records copies at the British Library, National Library of Scotland, Oxford, and London University only. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        Dictionnaire du Commerce et des Marchandises, contenant tout ce qui concerne le commerce de terre et de mer.

      Paris, Guillaumin et Cie, 1839-1841. - Complets en 2 volumes forts In-8. Tomo I (A-F) pgs 1-996 pgs, Tomo II (G-Z) 997-2252. Texte sur deux colonnes. Nombreuses cartes en couleurs dépliantes, planches en noir, cartes.Reliés plein veau, pièces de titre en rouge. Coiffes abîmées, dos fendus, coi [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Viaggio intorno al globo. Principalmente alla California ed alle isole sandwich negli anni 1826, 1827 , 1828 e 1829. Capitano di lungo corso, cav, della legion d' onore , ecc. Con L'aggiunta delle osservazioni sugli abitanti die quei paesi die Paolo Emilio Botta. Traduzione dal francese nell' italiano die Carlo Botta. Ausgabe in 2 Bänden. Text in Italienisch. Mit 4 Stichen.

      Torino, Fontana, 1841. - 1. Auflage. 20 x 12 cm. 296 / 392. 2000 g. Original grüner Halbledereinband mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. Deckel mit Marmorpapier bezogen. Zierstempel No jacket. Schöner fester Buchblock gute Exemplare. Durchweg stockfleckig, auch der Schnitt. GF. (MGT).

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        Viaggio intorno al Globo, principalmente alla California ed alle isole Sandwich negli anni 1826,1827,1828 e 1829.

      Stabilimento Tipografico Fontana,, Torino, 1841 - In 8° ( 20 X 13), due volumi di pag. XVI- 296 e 392. Legatura coeva in mezza pelle con ornamenti e titolo in oro al dorso. Quattro xilografie in nero, tre delle quali inserite prima e dopo il frontespizio del primo volume. Le pagine 339-389 del secondo volume contengono osservazioni etnografiche di Paolo Emilio Botta, effettuate durante lo stesso viaggio. Traduzione dall'originale francese di Carlo Botta. Lievi fioriture di umidità al secondo volume. Ottimo stato. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Den fullständige konditorn, eller grundelig undervisning i konsten att tillaga allehanda konfektyrer, pastejer, glasser, varma och kalla drycker, att sylta och glassera frukt, passera i vax, distillera vatten, göra och koka chokolad, m. m. Öfversättning.

      Nyköping, G. H. Des Réaux, 1841. 202 + 205-299 (felpaginering) + 10 + 1 blank s. Klotband. Omslag ej mebundet. 17,5 X 10 cm. Enstaka fläckar men i huvudsak ren inlaga.. Förordet på två sidor av översättaren Maria Lindeberg saknas i detta exemplar

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        Punch, or the London Chiavari [First 100 volumes complete in 25]

      London : Published at the Office, 1841-1891, 1841, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copies uniformly bound in contemporary gilt-blocked 1/2 leather over boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dulled and rubbed as with age. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt, with raised bands. All edges marbled; marbled endpapers. Staining and rubbing evident in varying degrees to the spine covers. Text and plates are a very clean and sound condition throughout. This unique and highly collectible set remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright and strong. Provenance: From the library of Eric George Hatfield Moody with his bookplate to the front pastedown of each volume.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; Description: 100v. in 25: illus, ; 28cm. The first 100 volumes of Punch Magazine professionally bound in 25 books. Subjects: Punch magazine -- Satire -- British humour -- English wit and humor -- Periodicals.

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        Punch or The London Charivari

      London, Published at The Punch Office,, 1841&#150;91. 100 volumes bound in 26, quarto (275× 210 mm). Publisher&#39;s red pebble-grained morocco, green cloth boards, marbled endpapers and edges. With numerous black and white illustrations. Bookplate to front pastedowns, spines a little rubbed and some minor wear to headcaps, excellent condition. Punch was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire published from 1841 to 1992 .

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        The Slighted Vow; or, an Incident Upon the Mississippi

      Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society. Hardcover. Fair. c. 1841. 36 p. 15 cm. B&w frontispiece. Hardcover. Dark cloth. Marbled boards. Spine worn. Chipped spine label. Corners bumped, and boards rubbed bare on fore edge. Wormhole in front hinge. Owner&#39;s sig. in endpaper. Foxing. Pencil notes in endpaper. On Feb. 2, 1896, a fire broke out at the American Baptist Publication Society building, destroying much of the collection. The following June, Samuel B. Colgate donated his personal collection of Baptist documents to Colgate University in Hamilton, NY. This short testimonial piece was published by the Society in its early years, before the fire. In addition to its religious elements, this is a travel memoir. The framed narrative of Judge N. susinctly chronicles his journey from Alabama to Mississippi and Ohio, mentioning Natchez, Pittsburg, Wheeling and New Orleans. The narrator describes the river, and their method of travel. This includes three footnotes of interest. The first explains their vessel, an "ark" which is described as: "a flat and wide boat made of rough hewn timber, to float with the current upon the Western waters. They are generally made for a single voyage down the river, and, after the freight they bear is discharged, they are ignominiously doomed to be broken up for firewood, or to build a temporary shanty" (p. 7). The second footnote suggestively describes "Sawyers": "Sawyers are tall trees whose roots, in their voyage down the river, catch on the bottom and thus anchor them, while the tops, reaching just above the surface, bow most gracefully as the waters rush by them. They are very dangerous to steam boats going up stream. Striking them with great force, they run them through their bottom, and sink almost immediately" (p. 9-10). The final footnote is a short note that "Wholly sunken trees are called snags" (p. 10). The footnotes, and the detailed descriptions of sights and sounds along the river, make this more than a simple religious tract. The religious element to the story is simple. On their return home, a near accident causes the Judge&#39;s brother, Caleb, to promise devotion to God if he should live. But Caleb&#39;s heart does not follow his words. Even upon a chance meeting with another man of faith, an early Puritan minister of New England, Caleb denies the vow he made on the ark. Coming back to the present, our narrator, a friend of Judge N., meets Caleb and relates his unfortunate death, which occurs before he can repent. Predates Mark Twain&#39;s "Tom Sawyer" by at least twenty five years. A piece of desirable Americana, this petite text offers a glimpse into the religious and regional history of the Mississippi. World Catalogue locates only one copy in the New York Society Archives, and offers an approximate date of 1841.

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        Liberty Tree:

      1841. first edition. Scarce First Edition, First PrintingNear Fine in the Original ClothHAWTHORNE, Nathaniel. Liberty Tree: With the last words of Grandfather&#39;s Chair. Boston: E.P. Peabody, 13 West Street, 1841. First edition, first printing. Sixteenmo (4 3/4 x 3 1/8 inches; 121 x 80 mm.). viii, [9] - 160. Publishers pebble-grain dark green cloth, front cover with black paper label decoratively lettered in gilt, tan endpapers. Spine slightly faded, inner front hinge with small (half-inch) split at bottom, otherwise a remarkably fine copy of this very scarce little book. Chemised in a quarter dark green morocco slip-case.Inscribed on the front paste-down "George Scheltky Richardson / april 25th 1841. / aged 10 tears. / The gift of the Benevolent, / and Kind Friend / Mrs. John A. Lowell / [flourish]". First printing with all points as listed in BAL."In 1842 Hawthorne married Sophia Peabody and moved to Brook Farm where he became acquainted with Emerson and Thoreau.&#133;" (The Continuum Encyclopedia of Children&#39;s Literature, p. 352). Sophia Hawthorne (nee Peabody) was the sister of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody (the publisher of Liberty Tree:) who opened the West Street Bookstore at her home in Boston (ca. 1840-1852).Mrs. John A. Lowell, [Elizabeth Cabot Putnam (1807-1881)] was the second wife of the Hon. John Amory Lowell. She and her husband were renowned philanthropists.BAL, 7592; Browne, p. 45.

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      Moon, F.G., London 1841 - The Prints of David Roberts:Part 1 - The PrinterLouis Haghe (1806-1885) was one of the msot skillful exponents of the tinted lithograph who became a leading reproductive lithographer in England and on the Continent. Haghe's reputation as a lithographer was primarily based upon topographical views, of which Twyman notes "his most important work of this kind, the translation of Roberts' sketches of the Holy Land, represents the culmination of his art".Part 2 - The Publication of Roberts' Holy Land and EgyptRoberts first sketched in his journals "on the spot" the vaious subjects which, on returning to London, he transcribed into finished paintings and watercolors. These then formed the basis of the lithographs drawn and printed by Louis Haghe. It is interesting to note that in some instances Roberts' original drawings were twice or three times the size of the published print, which indicated the skill of Haghe and his assistants in transferring Roberts' designs onto lithographic stones.Part 3 - A Genesis of Roberts' PrintsDavid Roberts fulfilled a boyhood dream by visiting the East and recording what he saw there; by August 1838 he had resolved to "visit the Holy Land, and make drawings of the scenes of sacred history and the antiquities of Egypt". By this time Roberts had already established himself as a successful topographical artist and published his set of Spanish scenery as tinted lithographs, Picturesque Sketches in Spain, 1837. Eventually he would be elected to the prestigious Royal Academy on the strength of his topographical paintings.Part 4 - The PlatesRoberts' Holy Land and Egypt project has been called "the most ambitious work ever published in England with lithographic plates" (according to Micheal Twyman). Its production involved over 600 lithographic stones used over an eight to nine year period. It is generally agreed the lithographers Day & Haghe were the most efficient for such large scale work, while Louis Haghe himself was a master lithographer.The plate formats strongly influenced their presentation as prints: large full-page and small half-page vignettes representing what Roberts intended to be the difference between finished drawings and sketches. roberts was a good judge of accurate transposition of his watercolors and sketches into lithography.Today historians regard Roberts' Holy Land and Egypt as the last link between the established artist and topographical lithography. Since Roberts' prints were the most costly publishing venture in Britain at the time, undertaken by a publisher "on his own responsibility", Roberts sighed on its completion: " . thank God . that with being blessed with health and backed by my ever esteemed friend Louis Haghe I may also say the most satisfactory."References:Micheal Twyman, Lithography, 1800-1850, London, 1970Katherine Sim, David Roberts, London 1984J.R. Abbey, Travel in aquatint and lithograph 1770-1860, Nos. 272, 385James Ballantine, The Life of David Roberts, Edinburgh, 1866Helen Guiterman, David Roberts, London 1978Barbican Art Gallery (catalogue), David Roberts, London, 1986British Library (BS), Image Size : 334x497 (mm), 13.125x19.5 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 432x596 (mm), 17x23.5 (Inches), Hand Colored, Lithograph

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        The Life and Campaigns of Arthur Duke of Wellington, K.G.

      Fisher, Son and Co., London, 1841.00, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, First Edition8vo, Complete in the four volumes, tree calf, gilt decoration and titles to spines. With engraved frontispieces to each volume, engraved title pages with vignettes, five maps in all (of which three are folding) and 43 plates, mostly portraits. Condition Notes:,

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        Handwörterbuch des chemischen theils der Mineralogie.

      Berlin, C.G. Lüderitz, 1841-1849. 2 volumes and supplements I-IV (of V), bound in 2 volumes. 8vo (210 x 125mm). pp. xxxvi, 442, (2); (2), 326; suppl. (I) vi, 160; (suppl. II) vi, 180, (2); suppl. (III) vi, 150; suppl. (IV) lviii, 272. Contemporary half calf, gilt ornamented spines. First edition. Scarce, especially with most of the supplements. The final supplement was published in 1853. "A classic work in mineralogical chemistry. Both volumes comprised at their publication a complete dictionary describing the chemistry of all known mineral bodies. This was the first work to treat the subject so completely, and in reality the effort was so comprehensive and lucid in its descriptions, the Handwörterbuch quickly became the standard reference on the subject. Its dominence was not supplanted until Doelter's Handbuch der Mineral-Chemie appeared in 1912" (C. Schuh. Bibliography of Mineralogy).//Hlawatsch p. 230; B.M. (Nat. Hist.) IV, 1641.

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        "Canone a 2". Eigenh. musikalisches Albumblatt mit Widmung und U.

      Leipzig, 28. März 1841.. ½ S. Qu.-Folio.. 14 Takte in zweizeiligem System aus einem (wie auf der Verso-Seite in Bleistift alt vermerkt) "ungedruckten Kanon in Es dur", "zu freundlicher Erinnerung an Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy". - Tatsächlich jedoch handelt es sich hier um einen zweiteiligen Kanon in c-Moll, der unter diesem Datum nicht im TNG angeführt ist, wo jedoch ein anderer (in Es-Dur) mit dem selben Datum vermerkt ist. Bei dem vorliegenden Blatt dürfte sich um eine spätere Niederschrift des ursprünglich 1837/38 komponierten Kanons handeln, dessen früheste datierte Überlieferung ein mit 10. Februar 1839 datiertes Albumblatt ist, das heute in der Bibliotheque nationale in Paris verwahrt wird. - Etwas angestaubt und gebräunt sowie mit kleineren Randläsuren, sonst wohlerhalten.

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        Über die Durchschneidung der Sehnen und Muskeln.

      - Berlin, Albert Förstner, 1841, 8°, VI, 316 pp., 51 Abb. auf 20 ganzseitigen lithographierten Tafeln, Pappband; schönes frisches Exemplar, kleiner Stempel a. Titel (Berliner Med. Gesellschaft). ERSTE AUSGABE. Klassisches Werk der orthopädischen Chirurgie. Durch Stromeyer und seinen Patienten Dr. William John Little (1810-1894) angeregt, hatte Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach (1792-1847) bis zur Herausgabe der vorliegenden Schrift 120 Schiefhälse, 350 Klumpfüße und 700 Schielende operiert. Das Werk bereitete den Siegeszug der subcutanen Orthopädie in Deutschland. - First Edition of an important book on orthopaedic surgery. It contains 140 cases reports on cases of subcutaneous tenotomy for deformities if the neck, foot, hips, hand and toes and especially reports on the treatment of club foot."Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach, famous German surgeon at the Charité, succeeded Graefe as professor at the University of Berlin. Dieffenbach did pioneering work on plastic surgery, orthopaedics, and first treated strabismus by severing the tendons of the eye muscles. He followed and improved upon Stromeyer's method of subcutaneous tenotomy with good results and largely responsible for its propagation. - - Garrison & Morton No.4323; Garrison, History of Medicine, pp.494-495; Hirsch II, 262-64; Valentin, 97, 107, 220-21; Bick, Source Book., 286, 299; Waller 2448. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Schvartz, Hugo: Grevens datter. En Novelle.

      Christiania 1841. (Guldberg & Dzwonkowski). 8vo. 333 s.. Privat samtidig skinnbind. Ytterst sjelden bok. Skougaards eksemplar. Noe sprukket i ryggen. Noen bruksspor. Winsnes ga ut Grevens datter under pseudonymet Hugo Schwartz, da det ikke sømmet seg for en kvinne å skrive krim. Norsk skjønnlitteratur

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        Ancient laws and institutes of Wales;

      By Command of His Late Majesty King William IV by The Commissioners on the Public Records of the Kingdom. 1841 - 2 vols, 1st ed, small 4to, near fine. Two volumes in half light calf with morocco cloth by Jarvis & Foster, decorative gilt tooling, corners and edges rubbed. Spines, attractive decorative gilt tooling, raised bands, titles in gilt to calf labels, with tooling, edges brushed. Internally, marbled endpapers, small bookbinders label and the armorial bookplate of Charles Arthur Wynne-Finch to fpd, bookplate of the LA law library to fep, text block edges marbled red. Vol 1, half titles, [7], (viii-xxxvi), [8], [3], 4-904 pp, printed by George E Eyres and Andrew Spottiswoode, both vols have a small lib label to upper cover, stamp at tp base and label tp epd. Vol 2, half title, [17], [1], [3], 4-1128 pp. Faint spotting to endpages. This is the 8vo version, there was also a Folio version published at the same time. A very attractive copy. (Allibone 2853. 1702. Biblio Hist Wales 407) Comprising laws supposed to be enacted by Howel the Good, modified by subsequent regulations under the native princes prior to the conquest by Edward the First, and anomalous laws . with an English translation of the Welsh text. To which are added a few Latin transcripts, containing digests of the Welsh laws, principally of the Dimetian code. With indexes and glossary. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Beschreibung von Wien. Achte Ausgabe. Verbessert und vermehrt von Franz Tschischka.

      Wien, Mayer & Co., 1841. - (2), XXVIII, 561, (3) SS. Mit gest. Titelvignette, 12 gest. Tafeln (dav. 1 mehrf. gefalt. Panorama) und 1 Faltplan ("Plan von Wien mit seinen XXXIV. Vorstädten. Verlag von Th. Grieben, Berlin"). Bedr. Originalpappband. 12mo. Achte Ausgabe des beliebten "Wiener Fremdenführer[s], den bezeichnend genug eigentlich ein Ausländer schrieb" (Gugitz, in: Jb. d. Grillparzerges. 16, 212). Der so vielseitige wie nach Wurzbachs Worten "specifisch-wienerische" Schriftsteller Pezzl (1756-1823), aus dem Niederbayerischen gebürtig, war Sekretär und Bibliothekar beim Staatskanzler Fürst v. Kaunitz, bevor er durch die Heirat mit einer vermögenden Frau zu einer geistvollen Figur der Wiener Gesellschaft wurde. - Papierbedingt teils leicht braunfleckig: Einband berieben. Am vorderen Innendeckel Exlibris "Ex libris Friderici Goldschmidtii Viennensis"; am hinteren Innendeckel Etikett "Ex Bibliotheca F. W. Goldschmidt"; zuletzt in der Viennensia-Sammlung Josef Ringer. Gugitz III, 12056. Nebehay/Wagner 503. Engelmann 1036. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NEGROLAND OF THE ARABS, Examined and Explained; or, An Inquiry Into The Early History and Geography of Central Africa.

      London J. Arrowsmith 1841 - First edition, INSCRIBED FIRST EDITION AND PRESENTATION COPY. With a large folding map handcoloured in outline. 8vo, 3/4 brown calf over marbled boards, lettered in gilt on a black morocco label on the spine with gilt-tooled bands and blind stamps. xvi, folding map, 143, 2 pp ads. A handsome and clean copy, with a small closed tear on the folding map. VERY RARE IN INSCRIBED STATE AND RARE IN FIRST EDITION FORMAT. INSCRIBED ON THE HALF-TITLE, "The R. W. B. from his friend the Author". "The following essay has for its object to establish the early geography of Central Africa on a solid basis. It aims at offering a clear and well-grounded explanation of the geographical descriptions of Negroland, transmitted to us by Arab writers; and by thus connecting the past with the present, at giving an increased value to the historical information derived from the same sources. The attainment of that end will throw a steady light on the past condition of a country now awakening a general interest. It will enable us to trace some important political revolutions; to discern the nations which have stood forth politically eminent, and to estimate correctly, by means of a lengthened and authentic retrospect, the process of civilization in Africa." (preface). This is an especially scarce book dealing with the early geography of Central Africa based upon Arabic writers, principally Ibn Battuta. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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