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        The English Hexapla : Exhibiting the Six Important English Translations of the New Testament Scriptures ; the Original Greek Text after Scholz

      London : Sanuel Bagster and Sons 1841 - Description: 1 vol. (various pagings) ; 32 cm. Subject: Bible. English N. T. --Versions. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked buckram over bevelled boards; raised bands. Panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. All edges gilt. 3 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Darstellung des Erzherzogthums Oesterreich unter der Enns, durch umfassende Beschreibung aller Burgen, Schlösser, Herrschaften, Städte, Märkte, Dörfer, Rotten &c. &c. topographisch-statistisch-genealogisch-historisch bearb. und nach den bestehenden vier Kreis-Vierteln alphabetisch gereihet.

      Vienna, in Commission der Schmidlschen Buchhandlung, 1831-1841. - 8vo. 34 vols. (4 series). With 100 engr. plates (some folding) and 8 lithographs. Contemp. half calf with double labels to gilt spine. Marbled endpapers; all edges marbled. Complete copy with all 108 plates. "Almost never encountered complete" (cf. Deuticke, Schönborn cat. IV, 295). This set, one of the most significant Austrian topographical works ever produced, is divided into four series: "Viertel unter dem Wienerwald" (1831-33, 7 vols.), "Viertel unter dem Manhartsberg" (1833-35, 7 vols.), "Viertel Ober-Wienerwald" (1835-38, 14 vols.), and "Viertel Ober-Manhartsberg" (1839-41, 6 vols.). The fine plates depict views of castles, monasteries, ruins, and landscapes, as well as historical documents. The collation of the present copy departs slights from that provided by Nebehay/Wagner: no. 50 "Die Capelle in Tulln" used as frontispiece (transposed with no. 49 "Schloss Greifenstein"), no. 83 "Der Lunzer See" used as frontispiece (transposed with no. 82 "Schloss Stiebar"). - According to Czeike, most of the volumes already published were destroyed in 1835 at the command of the government, as the title pages incorrectly gave the author's name with the noble title "von Sickingen". After being sentenced to a fine, the author published the subsequent volumes anonymously. - Very appealing set in uniform contemp. half calf; some volumes rubbed rather strongly, otherwise perfect. The volumes of the "Viertel Ober-Wienerwald" series are very ably bound in the uniform style around 1900. Interior is uncommonly clean and spotless. Last in the collection of Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Engel; several volumes have previous stamped ownership "A. G. E. von Seydel". Mayer coll. 7933. Eckl coll. III, 227. Czeike V, 181. Nebehay/Wagner III, 680. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Les Français peints par eux-mêmes, encyclopédie morale du dix-neuvième siècle, Paris, L. Curmer, 1841-1842.

      - 8 volumes reliés demi-chagrin noir, titre doré, filets dorés, petite frise dorée en tête et en queue. Tous les volumes sont en date de 1841 sauf le volume 8 en date de 1842. Volume 1 : XVI + 580 p. + 8 p. de table + 49 pl. hors-texte ; Volume 2 : XVIII + 376 p. + mouillures claires en marge supérieure des 60 dernières pages, + 8 p. de table + 49 pl. hors-texte ; Volume 3 : XL + 352 + 8 p. + 48 pl. hors-texte ; Volume 4 : 392 p. + 10 p. de table + 49 pl. hors texte ; Volume 5 : CVII + 376 + 10 p. de table + 63 pl. hors-texte. Province : Volume 1 : 392 p. + 8 p. de table 49 pl. ; Volume 2 : VIII + 396 p. + + 8 p. de table + 50 pl. Volume 3 : VIII + 456 p. + 10 p. de table + 53 pl. hors-texte + une carte de France sur 2 feuilles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        France illustrated, exhibiting its landcape scenery, antiquities, military and ecclesiastical architecture, &c.

      Fisher, son, |& co 1841 - - Fisher, son, & co, London, Paris S.n. [1841-1846], 4 tomes en 2 Vol. in 4 (22x27,2cm), 2 Vol. reliés. - Edition originale, illustrée de 148 planches gravées sur acier, dont 96 sur les trois premiers volumes, par Thomas Allom le quatrième volume comprend 52 planches dont 36 par Eugène Lami et 16 par Allom. Plein Veau glacé bleu nuit. Dos à faux nerfs plats orné de diverses roulettes et filets avec certains caissons maroquinés. Plats décorés d'une riche frise Romantique et de fers à froid angulaires. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Tranches marbrées. Rayures sur les plats. Coiffes et mors légèrement frottés. Superbe reliure anglaise. Le tome IV, qui manque souvent, est la traduction d'Un été à Paris, de Jules Janin. On y retrouve, par l'illustration, un Paris Balzacien. On remarquera que le premier volume contient de nombreuses scènes des Pyrénées, très à la mode alors. Un autre volume contient de nombreuses scènes de la Loire (Saumur, Angers, Amboise.). L'ouvrage cherche ainsi à rassembler tout ce qu'on trouve de remarquable en France, aussi bien du point de vue architectural que paysager, l'illustration accompagnant le texte historique et descriptif. La richesse illustrative est remarquable, et on admirera autant le château de Pau que le Panthéon, le cirque de Gavarni que la cathédrale d'Orléans. L'intéressant étant que suivant les tendances d'alors, on trouve dans les gravures des personnages en costumes d'époque, et souvent le lieu tel qu'il était alors. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Subscribers to the Coronation of Her Most Sacred Majesty the Queen, Painted by George Hayter [cover title]

      [London, 1838-1841] - A unique order book containing subscriber's signatures to the mezzotint engraving of George Hayter's painting of the coronation of Queen Victoria. Subscribers could order first proofs at £12.12, proofs at £8.8 and prints at £4.4 (Queen Victoria ordered 6 first proofs). Other notable subscribers include Victoria, Duchess of Kent (the Queen's mother), the Duke of Sussex, Leopold of Belgium, and Albert, Prince Consort. The album is beautifully-bound in cathedral binding with multiple color onlays (VICTORIA, QUEEN) Folio (13-3/4 x 10 inches: 350 x 260 mm.). 21-1/2 pp. with circa 380 signatures. Original dark blue morocco, front cover stamped in gilt to a cathedral design with numerous color onlays surrounding the gilt-stamped title. Fine. In a custom cloth chemise and half morocco slipcase [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Proceedings Of The Toronto Tandem Club. 1839, 40, & 41

      Toronto: H. & W. Rowsell, Printers, 1841. First Edition. ?Verses, as recited at its meetings, celebrating the activities of this convivial club of limited and military membership.? (TPL) ?The club...was formed for the purpose of enjoying sleighing and encouraging and developing the accomplishments of tandem driving by its members. The latter were for the most part officers drawn from the various regiments of infantry stationed in Toronto, though there were a few others who were member of Toronto society and not of the Garrison. The club was organized in 1849...?. (John Ross Robertson, Landmarks of Toronto, 1894-1914, Vol. II, pp. 1040-48. Among the members were Lieutenant-Colonel Wingfield and Major Markham, Captain Brooke, Captain Osborne Markham, Lieut. Dickson, all of the 32nd regiment, Lieut.-Col. McBean, Capt. Hollliday, 93rd Highlanders, Lieut. Colville, 85th Regiment, Lieut. Bamford, 73rd Regiment, Captain Arthur, Lieut. Domville, and Capt. Strachan, Lt.-Col. Airey, Capt. Byron, Lieut. Hutton, Lieut. Lang, Lieut. Talbot and C.Roche, all of the 34th Regiment, &c. The watercolour vignette drawings depicting sleighing parties of members and ladies are unsigned but were presumably executed by a club member; the names of the members depicted are entered in manuscript below the drawings. Fleming 1594. Lande 2258. TPL 2495. 8vo. pp. 1 p.l., 66. 12 original watercolour vignette drawings mounted in the text. later calf by Morrell, rebacked with gilt spine mounted, gilt inside dentelles, gilt edges, endleaves preserved. ownership entry of G.W.D.Lowry, 32nd Regt, Toronto, April 30, 1841. calling card of Lieut. Colonel John Bayne Maclean [1862-1950], (late) 17th Royal Canadian Hussars, founder of Maclean?s magazine and the Financial Post, on which he has written a note presenting the copy to his friend Donald in April, 1948, remarking on having bought the copy 30 years previously in London, not having been able to part with it, and having known in later years several of the officers of the club (?and some of them were characters?)

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        Indian Utensils and Arms

      Paris, Coblentz and London 1841 - A rare India proof of this elaborately composed grouping of Indian artifacts based on drawings made of items that Prince Maximilian purchased and brought back to Europe as well as belongings sketched by Bodmer in situ and retained by their original Indian owners. This cornucopia of Indian manufacturing includes 2. stone knife found near New Harmony, Indiana; 4. gunstock type club; 5. lance, Sauk and Fox Tribe; 6. shield; 8. rawhide storage container, ?Cheyenne Tribe; 9. moccasins, ?Iroquois Tribe; 10. quiver, bow and arrows, ?Crow or Sioux Tribe; 12. pipe, Mandan Tribe; 14 ball, Mandan or Hidatsa Tribe; 15. hoop and pole game, Mandan Tribe; 16. war whistle, Mandan Tribe; 17. drum, Mandan Tribe; 18. moccasins, Sioux Tribe. Karl Bodmer's images show great versatility and technical virtuosity and give us a uniquely accomplished and detailed picture of a previously little understood (and soon to vanish) way of life. Swiss-born Bodmer was engaged by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied (1782-1867) specifically to provide a record of his travels in North America, principally among the Plains Indians. In the company of David Dreidoppel (Prince Maximilian's servant and hunting companion), their travels in North America were to last from 1832 to 1834. Well-armed with information and advice, the party finally left St.Louis, on the most important stage of their travels, aboard the steamer Yellow Stone on April 10 1833. They proceeded up the treacherous Missouri River along the line of forts established by the American Fur Company. At Bellevue they encountered their first Indians, then went on to make contact with the Sioux tribe, learning of and recording their little known ceremonial dances and powerful pride and dignity. Transferring from the Yellow Stone to another steamer, the Assiniboin, they continued to Fort Clark, visiting there the Mandan, Mintari and Crow tribes, then the Assiniboins at Fort Union, the main base of the American Fur Company. On a necessarily much smaller vessel they journeyed through the extraordinary geological scenery of that section of the Missouri to Fort Mackenzie in Montana, establishing a cautious friendship with the fearsome Blackfeet. From this, the westernmost point reached, it was considered too dangerous to continue and the return journey downstream began. The winter brought its own difficulties and discomforts, but Bodmer was still able to execute numerous studies of villages, dances and especially the people, who were often both intrigued and delighted by his work. The portraits are particularly notable for their capturing of individual personalities, as well as forming a primary account of what were to become virtually lost cultures. Graff 4648; Howes M443a; Pilling 2521; Sabin 47014; Wagner-Camp 76:1. Aquatint engraving by Du Casse after Bodmer, proof on india paper mounted, issue with date at end of English imprint. Small tear to lower blank margin not affecting plate area. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Stieler`s Hand-Atlas Über Alle Theile Der Erde Etc. Zur Vollständigen Ausgabe in 83 Blättern.,

      Julius Perthes, Gotha, ab 1841 - Hier 4 Supplementmappen. INSGESAMT 24 GESTOCHENE, HANDKOLORIERTE KARTEN (von Joh. Carl Ausfeld, E. G. Edler, Wilh. Jättnig, F. von Stülpnagel, C. Poppey, C. Metzeroth, W. Behrens, Mädel), meist von F.von Stülnagel entworfen und gezeichnet, handkolorierte Karten im Format 49 Cm x 41Cm. Erste Mappe: Xte (10.) Supplement-Lieferung oder Vte (5.) Lieferung neuer Bearbeitung. Enthaltend: 3 beigebundene Blätter Vorbemerkungen (September 1841). Die Karten: 1. "Die sichtbare Seite der Mond-Oberfläche bei voller Beleuchtung nach Beer Mädler's Karte" (1841), sehr leichte Stockflecken, besonders am Rande. 2. "Der südliche gestirnte Himmel entw. u. gez. v. I. C. Bär" (1841), Stockflecken nur außen am Rande der Karte. 3. "Irland" ,1841,sauber! 4. "Afrika/Generalkarte mit Nebenkarte: Algier"(1840), sauber! 5. "Südafrika (Die Südspitze von Africa mit Nebenkarte: Kap-District" (1841, nach Kapt. Owen's Küsten-Aufnahme), sauber! 6. "Festland und Australien und benachbarte Inseln" (1841)kleines Eselsöhrchen oben rechts. Zweite Mappe: XIte (11.) Supplement-Lieferung oder VIte (6.) Lieferung neuer Bearbeitung. Enthaltend: 2 beigebundene Blätter Vorbemerkungen (Mai 1843). Die Karten: 1. "Noerdliches Italien" (1842), sauber! 2. "Griechenland und die Jonischen Inseln mit Beachtung der klassischen Zeit, neue Bearbeitung von F. von Stülpnagel (Nebenkarten: Athen und Piraeus. Grundriss von Athen.) " (1843), sauber! 3. "Amerika" (1843), sauber! 4. "Iran und Turan, Persien, Afghanistan, Beludschistan, Turkestan, neue Bearbeitung von F. von Stülpnagel" (1843), einige Stockflecken unterhalb des unteren Kartenrahmens. 5. "Süd-America in zwei Blättern, neue Bearbeitung von F. von Stülpnagel" (1843), sauber! 6. "Der südliche Theil von Süd-America mit Plänen von Bucht/Bai von Rio de Janeiro und Stadtplan ", sauber! Dritte Mappe: XIIte (12.) Supplement-Lieferung oder VIIte (7.) Lieferung neuer Bearbeitung. Enthaltend: 3 beigebundene Blätter Vorbemerkungen (September 1844). Die Karten: 1. "Deutschland und anliegende Länder zur Übersicht der Hauptstraßen und Entfernungen, neu gezeichnet (1844),Stockflecken am unteren Kartenrand. 2. "Der oesterreichische Kaiser-Staat " (1844), dazu "Plan von Wien im Maßstabe von 1-75000", Stockflecken am unteren Kartenrand. 3. "Die Schweiz" (neue Bearbeitung von F. von Stülpnagel, 1844,), sauber! 4. "Palaestina" (nach den zuverlässigsten alten und neuen Quellen von K. v. Raumer und F. v. Stülpnagel,1844, Karte besteht aus 6 Einheiten: Palästina, Die Länder der Heiligen Schrift, Der Zug der Israeliten aus Ägypten nach Kanaan, Jerusalem zur Zeit der Zerstörung durch Titus, Jerusalem zur jetzigen Zeit, Umgebung von Jerusalem), sauber! Vierte Mappe: XIIIte (13.) Supplement-Lieferung oder VIIIte (8.) Lieferung neuer Bearbeitung. Enthaltend: 2 beigebundene Blätter Vorbemerkungen (April 1846). Die Karten: 1. "Schweden und Norwegen, Dänemark, Island und Faeröer (1845,), sanft stockfleckig. 2. "Schweden und Norwegen" (1846), enthält auch 2 Pläne "Stockholm und Umgegend"), sauber! 3. "Der Rhein von Boden-See bis Köln zugleich Specialkarte von Württemberg, Baden und der Bayerischen Pfalz" (1845,), sauber! 4. "Italien (mit 3 Nebenkarten: Rom's Umgebungen, Neapel's Umgebungen, Malta, Gozzo, Comino)" (1845), sauber! 5. "Das Osmanische Reich in Asien (Klein-Asien, Armenien, Kurdistan, Mesopotamien, Syrien)" ,1846, minimal stockfleckig. 6. "Mittel- und Nord-Africa. Westlicher Theil" (1845),sauber! 7. "Mittel- und Nord-Africa. Oestlicher Theil und Arabien" (1845,enthält eine weitere kleine Karte von Habesch), sauber! 8. "Süd-Africa mit Madagascar" (1846), sauber! Eine äußerst seltene Sammlung. Interessant sind die Vorbemerkungen, die eine unentbehrliche Einführung zu der Entstehung der Karten geben. Die 1. Auflage des Atlas ist von Stieler und Christian Gottlieb Reichard (1758-1837). Nach Stieler's Tod verlegte Friedrich von Stülpnagel (1786-1865) die 2. und 3. Ausgabe. Hierbei handelt es sich also um die 2. Auflage (1845-47). 24 maps, chronological

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        Coronation, the Winner of the Derby Stakes, at Epsom, 1841

      Messrs. S. & J. Fuller at their Sporting Gallery, Rathbone Place, W., London 1841 - A magnificent portrait of the celebrated Derby-winner Coronation by Herring, one of the most acclaimed sporting artists of the nineteenth century. Herring is an outstanding and imaginative artist who at an early age showed an aptitude for handling both riding whip and pencil. At a young age, fate took Herring to the Doncaster races where he saw the Duke of Hamilton's horse, William, win the St. Leger. The sight inspired him to attempt the art of animal-painting, in which he subsequently excelled. In addition to being a successful horse painter, Herring made his livelihood as a coachman, and for some time drove the Highflyer coach between London and York. When eventually he retired as a coachman he immediately obtained numerous commissions and was able to devote himself entirely to his art. Herring had no education in art until he definitely set up as an artist, when he worked for a short time in the studio of Abraham Cooper, R.A. He painted an immense number of racing, coaching, and other sporting subjects, many of which were published by the sporting printsellers and the sporting magazines. He was a frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy and the Society of British Artists; he was elected a member of the latter society in 1841. While in later life he painted a number of subject-pictures, it was as a portrait-painter of racehorses that Herring earned his fame, and no great breeder or owner of racehorses is without some treasured production of Herring's brush. Lane, British Racing Prints p.121; Mellon, British Sporting and Animal Prints 96; Siltzer, The Story of British Sporting Prints, p.147; Muir, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Engraved Works of J. F. Herring, Senior (1795 to 1865) , p. 75-76. Colour-printed aquatint by Charles Hunt, finished by hand and highlighted with gum arabic. Printed on heavy wove paper. A nice impression with lovely colour. Expert repairs to margins. Image size: 12 ½ x 16 5/8 inches.

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        Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, during the Years 1837, 38, and 39

      T & W Boone 1841 London - Very good issued in cloth with gilt stamping 1st Hardbound 8vo 2 Volumes 22 Lithographed plates, including six in color. Volume 2 lack four page prosepctus for Gould's Birds of Australia. Recased with and partly discolered, volume 1 back strip loose, scatttered foxing, corners bumped. 2 maps in front pocket tender. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Viaggio d'un cacciatore nelle diverse parti del mondo, ovvero prospetto generale delle caccie e delle pesche di tutti i paesi. Prima versione italiana. Africa [tutto il pubblicato]. EIUSDEM. Museo del cacciatore o collezione di tutte le specie di selvaggina di pelo o di piuma che si cacciano coll'archibugio colla descrizione de' loro caratteri, costumi, ec. Diretto da un cacciatore naturalista, ed eseguito in litografia sul vero

      Antonelli 1841-1844, Venezia - Tre volumi in 4to (cm 25,7); legatura coeva in mezza pelle con fregi e titolo in oro al dorso; pp. (8), 331, (1 bianca) con 40 tavole litografiche a piena pagina + pp. (4), 587, (1) + 72 tavole litografiche a piena pagina. Ottima copia.RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE IN ITALIANO di queste due opere di caccia di Victor Adam, entrambe uscite in Francia pochi anni prima. Esse trattano rispettivamente della caccia in Africa e della caccia agli animali di bosco e di pianura (sia uccelli che quadrupedi) e agl'uccelli acquatici. Le due opere furono ristampate insieme dall'Antonelli nel 1849.Catalogo unico, IT\ICCU\BA1\0017728 e IT\ICCU\BA1\0017729. Ceresoli, p. 28.

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        "Murders in the Rue Morgue," "A Descent into the Maelstrom," "To Helen," [and other tales, poems, and essays by Poe in] Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine (Volumes 18-19, 1841)

      Philadelphia: George R. Graham. 1841. First. Bound magazine. Two volumes in one: (Volumes 18 and 19: January-December, 1841). Octavo. iv, [1]-295, [1]pp., and [12] engraved plates; iv, [1]-308pp., and [19] engraved plates. Complete. Contemporary half morocco and marbled paper boards. The binding is worn and cracked near the front hinge with a few leaves creased at the gutter, a sound, near very good copy with scattered foxing. Contains the first printed appearances of: "Murders in the Rue Morgue" (considered the world's first detective story), "A Descent into the Maelstrom," and three other Poe tales; the complete essay "Secret Writing" (in four installments), the first two parts of the essay "A Chapter on Autography," and over 50 critical reviews by Poe. Also included are the first revised printings of the poems: "To Helen," and "Israfel." A complete run of 12 monthly issues from 1841, when Poe served as the magazine's literary editor and had reached the peak of his powers and influence both as a writer and editor. The run also includes nine mezzotints by Philadelphia's famous engraver John Sartain, one of which illustrates Poe's tale: "The Island of the Fay." A scarce and desirable annual volume. A full list of Poe's contributions is available. Heartman & Canny 201-206. .

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        Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of the North American Indians

      George Catlin, London 1841 - FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of Catlin's monumental work on the North American Indians. Complete with three maps (one folding), and over 300 illustrations on 177 plates. Catlin "had been interested in Native American life from his boyhood, and in 1828, after encountering a delegation of Plains Indians in Philadelphia on their way to Washington, D.C., he became determined to record the Native American heritage before it was destroyed by the onslaught of the advancing American frontier. In 1830 he traveled west to St. Louis, and he began a series of visits to various tribes, chiefly in the Great Plains. He made more than 500 paintings and sketches based on his observations during his travels and exhibited these works in the United States and Europe from 1837 to 1845 as the 'Indian Gallery.' In 1841 he published his best-known book, the two-volume Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians, which was illustrated with many engravings" (Britannica). London: by the author, 1841. Two volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter calf over marbled boards rebacked. First issue, with "Frederick" for "Zacharias" on page 104 in vol I. Some rubbing to bindings. Front hinge on volume I split but holding; dampstaining to margin of frontispiece and foxing to endpapers. Plate 5/6 stained, one-page map in volume II with foxing; other plates and maps generally very clean with only the occasional spot of foxing. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vingt jours en Sicile, par le vicomte de Marcellus, ancien ministre plénipotentiaire. Auteur des Souvenirs de l’Orient.

      Paris, Debécourt, Libraire-Éditeur, 1841 - in-8° ; XIV-441 pp.-(1)-4 pp. de cat. édit. in-fine, demi-chagrin marron, dos fers rocailles très joliment orné, titre or, couvertures cons., tranches mouchetées, rel. romantique, très bel exemplaire. Mira, Bibliografia Siciliana II, p. 36. Édition originale rare. Cet ouvrage forme le complément des « Souvenirs de l’Orient » (Bourquelot V, p. 269). First edition. Very nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyage autour du monde pendant les années 1790, 1791 et 1792, par Étienne Marchand, précédé d’une introduction historique ; auquel on à joint des recherches sur les terres australes de Drake, orné de cartes et figures. Nouvelle édition.

      Paris, Chez Th. Pitrat, Éditeur, 1841 - 4 tomes en 3 vol. in-4° ; XII-CXLIV-628 pp.-(2)-1 tableau h.-t. replié/XVI-676 pp.-(1)/(2)-de la p. IV à la p. XI-431 pp.-(1)/(2)-VIII-158 pp.-1 f. non ch. [Avis au relieur]-16 cartes repliées in-fine [I-VI-VI bis-XV], demi-basane vert Empire, dos lisse joliment orné, palette or, fleurons à froid, titre or, rel. de l’époque, bel exemplaire. Hill, 612. Howgego, M 43. Lada-Mocarski, 54. Sabin, 24751 & 44491. Wickersham, A Bibliography of Alaskan, 6622. Édition originale remise en vente en 1841 avec un titre de relai portant la mention fictive « Nouvelle Édition » (quelques exemplaires imprimés en 1798 n’avaient toujours pas trouvé preneur). First edition. Complet. Very nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Orchardist's Companion a quarterly journal, devoted to the history, character, properties, modes of cultivation, and all other matters appertaining to the fruits of the United States, embellished with richly colored designs of the natural size, painted from the actual fruits when in their finest condition

      A. Hoffy, Philadelphia 1841 - Contemporary purple/red half roan, over marbled paper-covered boards, the flat spine divided into six compartments by double gilt fillets, lettered in the second compartment, numbered in the fourth Provenance: George W.B. Felten (early book label) 'The first American journal completely devoted to fruit' ("Oak Spring Pomona") and one of the rarest of American works illustrated with hand-coloured lithographs. Alfred Hoffy was a skilled lithographer who worked for several firms in Philadelphia, but fruit and fruit trees were his major enthusiasm. His Orchardist's Companion was the first published result of that passion. It is notable for a superb series of colour plates devoted to various fruits, the first such published in the United States (and not to be confused with Robert Hovey's Fruits of America , published in Boston from 1846 to 1852). "The book was dedicated to the President and Members of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.One of these members was a local nurseryman, Robert Buist (1805-80), who had been trained in the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, before coming to Philadelphia in the 1820s. There his garden became a centre for the introduction of new plants and seeds, and he wrote several books as well. In a 'Notice' dated March 1842 'A. Hoffy is doing himself the honor of announcing to his friends, subscribers, patrons and the public, that Mr. Robert Buist has kindly accepted at his hands the future Editorial department of The Orchardist's Companion, at the same time cannot omit expressing his feelings of satisfaction and pride in the opportunity of presenting to them so valuable an acquisition to the views of this work.The fruit illustrated in the . plates was usually supplied from gardens near Philadelphia. The total number is made up of fourteen pears, eleven apples, eight peaches, seven plums, three grapes, two cherries, two strawberries, and a single apricot . [The present copy is shy one peach]. All 48 [plates] were printed by P.S. Duval's Lithographic Press in Philadelphia and coloured by hand, probably by Hoffy's pupils. Hoffy himself drew and engraved [sic.] all the first 12; thereafter two of his students, D.S. Quinton and Edward Quayle, helped him.The titlepage vignettes were drawn by Hoffy and engraved by J.H. Brightly" ( Oak Spring Pomona ). Copies of Hoffy's work vary in collation. It was issued in parts, but Hoffy recommended that subscribers eventually bind the parts into two separate volumes: one of preliminary text, and a second containing the plates and their 'descriptive pages'. Wainwright notes that Hoffy issued parts of the Orchardist's Companion on a quarterly schedule beginning in 1841, with each part containing twelve illustrations of fruit. The final installment of the work, which raised the total to sixty plates and which is dated 1842-43, is not usually found and is lacking here. In the present copy all the text and the plates are in a single volume. The title ('Vol.I April. 1841') intended for the front of volume containing just text has been abandoned and the title which Hoffy meant to be bound in at the start of the plates ('Vol. 2 April. 1841') is bound in at the front of the text. Despite Hoffy's attempts at similar efforts, enthusiasm for his pomological productions waned. "Patronized by an impressive list of subscribers headed by the President of the United States, endorsed by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, and the recipient of a silver medal awarded by the American Institute of New York, The Orchardist's Companion nevertheless withered on the vine for lack of adequate support" (Wainwright). Cost was certainly a factor; though great plans were laid, no further additions to The Orchardist's Companion were forthcoming. Still, Hoffy was successful in creating an American fruit book of considerable beauty that became an early benchmark for the genre. Bennett, p.86; Oak Spring Pomona 59; Wainwright Philadelphia in the Romantic Age of Lithography, p.42. (11 5/16 x 8 5/8 inch [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Summer in Western France - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      London : Henry Colburn 1841 - Fabulously illustrated with 6 plates including the 2 scarce hand-coloured frontis. Added t-p vignettes. Comprehensive publisher's catalogue to the head of volume 1. Subjects: France - Description and travel. Near fine copies both in the original gilt-blocked and elaborately blind-tooled cloth. Panel edges very slightly dust-toned as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. Scans on request. 2 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Twelve views in the interior of Guiana: - from drawings executed by Mr Charles Bentley, after sketches taken during the expedition carried on in the years 1835 to 1839, under the direction of the Royal Geographical Society London, and aided by Her Majesty's Government.

      Whitehead & Co for Ackerman & Co, 1841 - Hand coloured additional lithographic title by M. Gauci after Charles Bentley, 2pp subscriber's list + 38 large pp + 12 col. plates and map. Folio (14 x 21in). Very fine mid 20th century binding in brown morocco gilt by Zaehnsdorf, spine in six compartments with raised bands. Bookplates of G.R. Nicolaus and William Foyle. A very fine copy of this rare and important work. Abbey Travel, 720; Sabin 77796. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letters and Notes on the Manners, customs and Conditions of the North American Indians, Written During Eight Year's Travel Amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America, 1832-39.

      Author, London 1841 - Two volumes in one. London, publ. by the author, 1841. Engraved frontispiece and 310 engraved plates including 3 maps, of which one folding, depicting North American Indians, their artifacts and arts. Contemporary half calf over cloth, red label with gilt lettering, red edges, a small dampstain in the bottom margin of only a very few pages, one plate dampstained in the top margin as well, a few pages fingered, but overall the contents in an excellent condition with almost none of the usual browning and foxing, resulting in an unusual clean and crisp copy. Edge of one map frayed, 2 bookplates on inner frontboard, top of frontboard lightly sunfaded. Up till 1892 (!) editions appeared with the same title page and the date of 1841, besides all those other editions that clearly mention their respective publishers. This is a rare original 1st edition, printed by Tosswill & Myers, complete with the errata slip, which is often lacking and only was inserted in this edition, the second edition (same year) and the 1st American edition; in all later editions, regardless whether they have the same title page or not, the mistakes, the principal one being "The false prophet Frederick." at page 104 of Vol. 1, have been corrected. Moreover this edition is the only edition truly published by George Catlin himself. The plates in our copy differ slightly from the list as given by Howes: first there is an unnumbered plate, the next plate is nr. 3. Missing are the plates numbered 64 and 248, but on the other hand the plates numbered 113 and 114 are present. Occasionally other copies containing these last two plates appear on the market. In 1992 a copy was auctioned by Swann (# 1591-072) with their comment: "Evidently an early issue, as plates 113/114 are present, whereas Howes is quite explicit about their absence." An unusual crisp and clean copy of a book which is very scarce in its true first edition. This edition not in Sabin who, amongst other editions, only lists the later first American edition under nr. 11536. Howes C241. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        COMPENDIO CRONOLOGICO DE LA HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA desde los tiempos más antiguos hasta nuestros días.

      - Madrid, Fuentenebro, 1841-1841, 12x18, 9 tomos, OJO falta el tomo VIII y en su lugar el tomo VI está duplicado, unas 400 págs. cada tomo, 151 láminas grabadas al acero (todos los tomos completos de láminas) con multitud de retratos de Reyes, batallas, personajes históricos, etc. Los 9 tomos encuadernados en plena pasta española con doble tejuelo y la numeración del I al IX (aunque el tomo VI está repetido sustituyendo al VIII que falta). (51250).

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      1841 - and Other Tales. With Numerous Illustrations, by Cattermole and Browne. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1841. Original dark brown fine-diaper grain cloth, with spine lettering and vignette in gilt. First complete American Edition in book form. In 1840-1841 Lea & Blanchard issued THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP (as the first novel within "Master Humphrey's Clock," as in the U. K.) in monthly parts; during serialization an edition containing the first twelve of the 21 parts was issued, with the title page dated 1840 and stating that there are 59 illustrations. At the conclusion of serialization, complete-novel copies dated 1841 were issued, with variant preliminary leaves.~This copy begins with a frontispiece multi-scene plate (no portrait of Dickens), opposite a printed 1841 title page as shown above; this constitutes the first American edition with THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP shown on the title page. Following is another title page, reading "MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK. with Ninety-One Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne" -- with the Dedication printed on its verso. Then follows a Preface leaf and a List of Illustrations leaf. THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP ends on page 359, followed by the "Other Tales" -- four pages of material designed to transition into BARNABY RUDGE (which in book form would be published separately).~This copy is in the original dark brown fine-diaper-grain cloth, and is in very good-plus condition (very slight wear at the spine ends, a few leaves standing slightly proud). Podeschi (Yale) A61; Carr (UTexas) B153 (with a black cloth binding). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Old Curiosity Shop, and Other Tales; Master Humphrey's Clock

      Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia 1841 - First American edition, first issue, with two title pages. Octavo. [2], vi, 9-362pp., with a frontispiece plate etched by J. Yeager, and ninety-one illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne. John DePol's engraved bookplate on the front pastedown. Original publisher's cloth, gilt spine. Binding is clean and bright but fair only, with the backstrip neatly split along the rear joint, and both boards nearly detached underneath the pastedowns at the hinges; else internally very good and sound. John DePol, a noted American wood-engraver, would have appreciated the large wood-engraved illustrations by Cattermole and Browne; all are bright and well-preserved early impressions. A scarce first American edition with a nice association. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Old Curiosity Shop, And Other Tales: Master Humphrey's Clock,

      Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia 1841 - "With Numerous Illustrations by Cattermole and Browne" and, on the second title page (Master Humphrey's Clock): "With Ninetyone Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne". Tall 8vo. vi,9-362pp. Contemporary half leather. Spine title and rules in gilt with blind stamping; marbled paper boards. The first issue, without mention of Sibson as illustrator, and with the second title page (MHC). Hinge neatly mended; general light rubbing; early ownership name on title; else a very good copy. Carr, B153(1), which notes that this issue is made up of monthly parts. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Reise in das Innere Nord-America in den Jahren 1832 bis 1834

      J.Hoelscher, Coblenz 1841 - Expertly bound to style in half tan calf over marbled paper-covered boards, spines divided into compartments by double gilt fillets and roll tool, lettered in the second, numbered in the fourth compartment, the others with repeat decoration in gilt Provenance: W. Eames (signatures) A fine copy of the text volumes recording the 1832-34 travels of the German Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuweid and Swiss artist Karl Bodmer on the Upper Missouri River. Prince Maximilian was already an experienced naturalist and explorer in 1832, having made an important scientific expedition to Brazil in 1815-17. His preparations for his trip to North America including retaining the skilled artist, Karl Bodmer, to record illustrations of the journey. Arriving in the fall of 1832, the Prince ascended the Missouri River in the spring of 1833, going as far upstream as the American Fur Company post of Ft. Mackenzie in present-day Montana, and spending the winter at Ft. Clark, near the Mandan Indian villages. During this prolonged stay, he and Bodmer had ample opportunity to observe the Indian tribes of the Upper Missouri in their full glory, carefully recorded by Bodmer in watercolors. In the spring of 1834 they returned to Europe, and devoted the next five years to preparing the text and plates for this publication. Prince Maximilian and Bodmer were able to record in both words and pictures the Plains tribes in their heyday. They were witness to hunting parties, Indian dances, ceremonies and life among the Mandans and other tribes, as well as the incredible scenery on the upper Missouri before the era of mass settlement. Abbey, Travel II, 615; Graff 4648; Howes M-443a ("dd"); Wagner-Camp 76. (12 3/16 x 10 1/8 inches). 12pp. subscribers' list. 1 engraved plan (facing p.70, vol.II), 1 lithographic plate (facing p.122, vol.II), 52 wood-engraved illustrations. Without the folding meteorological table found in some copies. Extra-illustrated with an original parts wrapper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Relation des opérations de l'armée aux ordres du Prince Joseph Poniatowski pendant la campagne de 1809 en Pologne contre les autrichiens; précédée d'une notice sur la vie du prince, enrichie de son portrait et d'une carte; par Roman Soltyk, Général d'artillerie polonaise, Nonce de la Diète de Pologne, décoré de la croix militaire de Pologne et de la Légion d'honneur.

      - Paris, Imprimerie et Librairie Militaire de Gaultier-Laguionie, 1841. In-8 de faux-titre, frontispice, titre, Avis, 403 pp., Errata + carte dépl. h.t.; demi-chagin noir, dos carré orné (reliure de l'époque). Avec un portrait en frontispice de Joseph Poniatowski et une carte dépliante en coloris de l'époque. Mouvements des armées belligérantes pendant la campagne de Pologne en 1809, in fine. Bon état. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Conservatorio das Artes e Officios de Lisboa.Vocabulario Artistico-Mechanico-Francez-Portuguez. Extrahido do Diccionário de José da Fonseca, impresso em Pariz em 1836, pelo Demonstrador do sobredito conservatorio." Manuscript on paper, in Portuguese.

      , , 1841. - Written in ink, in a small cursive of the period. (1 blank l., 2 ll., 1 blank l.), 191 pp., (1 blank l.). Large 4° (26.6 x 21.1 cm.), contemporary marbled paper boards (corners worn; other minor wear). Overall in very good condition; internally fine. ---- Cavroé (1766-1844) was born in Lisbon, the son of a French carpenter. He played a part with the liberal and constitutional forces during the first half of the nineteenth century in Portugal and Brazil. Although overshadowed by such men as Alexandre Herculano and Silvestre Pinheiro Ferreira, Cavroe was a lively and prolific writer as well as an active workingman and artisan. Thus while he wrote plays, sonnets, odes, a social history of the Portuguese guilds from 1620 to 1834, and polemical pamphlets, he also designed and engraved lithographs, acted as an architect of royal, government and private buildings, and was a cabinet and furniture maker. This manuscript lists French terminology useful for workingmen and artisans, with the Portuguese translation and/or a short definition of the term's meaning.---- See Harry Bernstein, "Pedro Alexandre Cavroé (1776-1844), master artisan, writer, architect, and artist of Portugal and Brazil," @Arquivos do Centro Cultural Portugues XIII (1978) p. 167-190. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        South African Sketches: Illustrative Of The Wild Life Of A Hunter On The Frontier Of The Cape Colony

      Ackermann and Co, London 1841 - 15 pages in text. Folio, 39 x 28.5 cm. Thirty-one illustrations on 15 plates [sixteen hand-colored]. ABBEY TRAVEL 336. "An interesting book, combining lithographed line-drawings with more elaborate coloured lithographs. Gordon-Brown erroneously refers to the plates as coloured aquatints." TOOLEY 126. The attractive plates of hunting scenes illustrate sporting adventures on the Bontebok Flats in Kaffaria near the Kat River Settlement. The book was written and sketched on the spot, an early record of this part of South Africa by the author who served in the 59th Regiment. Interior contents bright and fresh, all plates with tissue guards, small book label, lower corners bumped, backstrip extremities slightly rubbed. Three quarter red calf and maroon cloth. Very good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chess Player's Chronicle

      R Hastings, London 1841 - 432 pages with diagrams. Octavo (8 3/4" x 5 3/4") bound in period cloth with blind stamped covers with gilt insignia, and gilt decoration and lettering to spine. Title in red and green. Volume II (2). (Betts: 7-1) First edition. The Chess Player's Chronicle, founded by Howard Staunton and extant from 1841&#150;56 and 1859&#150;62, was the world's first successful English-language magazine devoted exclusively to chess. Various unrelated but identically or similarly named publications were published until 1902. The earliest chess magazine in any language was the French Le Palamède, published in 1836-39 and 1842-47. In 1837 George Walker introduced an English-language magazine, the Philidorian, that was devoted to "chess and other scientific games". Only six issues of it were published, and it "expired in May, 1838". The Chess Player's Chronicle became the first successful English-language chess magazine. In 1840 or 1841 Staunton bought the fortnightly magazine The British Miscellany and Chess Player's Chronicle. In 1841 it became The Chess Player's Chronicle. In 1843, the Chess Player's Chronicle became a shilling monthly magazine. Staunton "made the inclusion of a large number of games by himself and other leading players of the day a special feature" of the magazine. He also used the magazine as a forum for attacking others. Staunton was the owner and editor of the magazine until the early 1850s, when he sold it to R.B. O'Brien. O'Brien became editor of the magazine, but was unable to continue its success and discontinued it in 1856 because of financial losses and his own illness. It reappeared in 1859 under the editorship of Ignatz Kolisch, Zytogorski, and Josef Kling, but survived only until July 1862. Thereafter, a number of magazines appeared with the same or similar name (such as Chess Players' Chronicle) appeared. Arthur Skipworth, assisted by William Wayte and Charles Ranken, wrote The Chess Players' Quarterly Chronicle, which was published in York from February 1868 to December 1871. Skipworth, who had left Bilsdale for Tetford Rectory, Horncastle, and John Wisker became the editors of the new The Chess Players' Chronicle in February 1872. Johann Löwenthal began writing for it in 1873. The magazine ran until 1875. In January 1876, it was succeeded by The Chess Player's Chronicle, whose editor-in-chief was J. Jenkin of Helensburgh. Its editorial staff consisted of Jenkin, Skipworth, Ranken, Wayte, and Andrew Hunter of Glasgow. Billed as a "monthly record of provincial chess", it was published at Glasgow, costing sixpence. Its short run under Jenkin's editorship was marked by xenophobia. The February issue stated that the West End Club had "cleared away the disturbing foreign element which infected the Divan" and referring to Wilhelm Steinitz as "the hot-headed little Austrian". Its third and last issue was published in March. The magazine reappeared in January 1877. It was now under Ranken's editorship, assisted by J. Crum, G. B. Fraser, Skipworth, and Wayte. The first issue apologized for "certain offensive statements and insinuations, seriously affecting the honor of some eminent players", and explained that some members of the present editorial staff had only contributed games and other inoffensive material to it in 1875. Ranken continued to edit the magazine until September 1880. In 1881, the title was enlarged to The Chess Player's Chronicle<, and Journal of Indoor and Outdoor Sports, and "the magazine's importance in the chess world was no longer the same". None of these magazines compared in quality with what Staunton had achieved, and the success of the British Chess Magazine, by the turn of the century a superb magazine, put an end to the title in 1902. Condition: Corners bumped, earlier owner's stamp to title, some occasional pencil notations, lacks index, recased with new end papers else a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Economia politica del Medio Evo

      Alessandro Fontana 1841 2°edi - Tre volumi, in 8°, pagine 457 - 435 - 432, brossura editoriale a stampa protetta da velina , fogli a barbe. Seconda edizione accresciuta dall'autore di giunte considerevoli ed importanti nei tre volumi. LIBRO 1° Condizione politica nel Medio Evo (pagine 457 Capo 1° Conquista dè Barbari, benefici e feudi Capo 2° Gerarchia sociale e ordini giudiziali prima del mille Capo 3° Ordinamento municipale sotto la deniminazione barbarica Capo 4° Feudi, stabilimento dei comuni rivoluzione dei rustici Capo 5° Riordinamento della giurisdizione ecclesiastica Capo 6° Ordinamento delle monarchie e dei comuni nei sec.XIII e XIV Capo 7° Ragioni tra sovrani e sudditi. Reggimento interno Capo 8° Diritto internazionale e corrispondenze tra stato e stato in tempo di pace Capo 9° Corrispondenza tra stato e stato in tempo di guerra Capo 10° Sminuzzamento dei popoli in troppe famiglie politiche LIBRO 2° Condizione morale nel Medio Evo (pagine 435) Capo 1° Potenza delle idee religiose del medio evo Capo 2° Culto e ordini religiosi Capo 3° Instituti ed opere di carità Capo 4° Costumi Capo 5° Delle feste Capo 6° Delle lettere e delle scienze Capo 7° Delle arti belle LIBRO 3° Condizione economica nel Medio Evo (pagine 432) Capo 1° Reggimenti politici, industria e agricoltura Capo 2° Polizia sopra la salute pubblica,le fabbriche,l'annona,i giochi e le donne di mala vita Capo 3° Delle varie condizioni delle proprietà Capo 4° Della popolazione Capo 5° Della vita privata Capo 6° Dell'erario pubblico, beni demaniali e dei tributi Capo 7° Del sistema monetario Capo 8° Ragguaglio delle monete antiche con le moderne, tavola delle monete valore col frumento Capo 9° Leggi marittime,navigazione,arti,credito,usura,cambio,prezzi di cose,opere e animali Nei tre libri sono presenti documenti inediti * Presente in ICCU in 35 Biblioteche d'Italia. Lingua: italiana| [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Standing rules and regulations of the Legislative Council of Canada adopted in the first Session of the First Provincial Parliament. = Regles et reglements permanents du Conseil legislatif du Canada : adoptes dans la premiere Session du premier Parlement

      G. Desbarats & T. Cary, Kingston, ON. 1841 - xviii, [6]-69, xxxix, xii, xiii, [2], [1]-7, [1]-7. Title pages in English and French. Includes: Royal Instructions, Rules, Appendix, Index, Standing Orders on the subject of Divorce, and Prayers for the Parliament. Each section appears in English and in French. Very few copies apparently survive and none that we have traced mentions or includes in collation the two seven page Prayers / Prieres at rear. Original morocco, stamped in gilt on front with name Neilson / 1846 (or 1844) in ink beneath. Spine professionally and sympathetically repaired in leather. Final leaf of Index re-tipped in and closed tear repaired. Retains original blank endpapers, with pencil notation to verso of rear endpaper and to the pastedown facing. Clean interior in sturdy binding with no loose pages. Though without provenance, conceivably the copy owned by John Neilson, on whom from wikipedia: "Born in Dornal, Scotland, Neilson arrived in Quebec City, Lower Canada in 1791 to work for his uncle's printing company, which he inherited in 1793. Elected to the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada in a partial election in 1818, he was re-elected until 1830 and supported the Parti canadien. In 1823, he accompanied Louis-Joseph Papineau to London to lobby against the Union project in the name of the majority of the MPs in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. Again, in 1828 he was part of a delegation sent to London (UK) to present his party's demands for reform. In 1830, he took his distance from the Parti patriote, which he considered to be too radical. He opposed the Ninety-Two Resolutions of 1834, a rewrite of the 1828 demands for reform with a radical tone. In 1837, he was named to the Executive Council and Legislative Council; Nielson was a member of the Special Council that administered Lower Canada after the Lower Canada Rebellion. He opposed the Union after its enactment. In 1841, he was elected to the 1st Parliament of the Province of Canada in the riding of Quebec County. He was elected speaker, but in 1844 was appointed to the Legislative Council. He died at Cap-Rouge in 1848." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter, with original captioned ink sketch, to Henry Ridgard Bagshawe.

      Ramsgate, Kent: 19 January 1841 - Single leaf, hand-torn along one edge (225 × 182 mm); on recto, address panel with one-penny stamp (the famous Penny Black) with red cancellation, franks, red wax seal; pen-and-ink sketch over pencil outlines on verso. Housed in a dark blue quarter morocco slipcase with chemise made by The Chelsea Bindery. Small tear where seal opened (not affecting contents), four old paper repairs at folds on recto, a little dusty on address panel. A wittily satirical sketch by Pugin, the Roman Catholic architect, sent to his friend Henry Ridgard Bagshawe (1799-1870), a prominent Catholic lawyer. Bagshawe sat on the committee of the Lincoln's Inn Fields district New Church Erection Fund. That area already had the Sardinian Chapel, well-known as the oldest Roman Catholic chapel in London and restored since the Gordon Riots, but the 1840s was a time of rapid Catholic expansion and new churches were needed. The burning question for Pugin was: should the new Lincoln's Inn Fields church be built in the continental Roman Catholic style, or in the English gothic revival style that Pugin favoured? The sketch shows Bagshawe at his desk at 2 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, dressed in inquisitorial robes, having set aside his lawyer's wig and gown, studying the designs of Vitruvius. On the walls are two "approved" designs for round-domed Catholic churches (one of them St Peter's, Rome), while a picture of the English gothic or "pointed" St Peter's, London (i.e. Westminster Abbey) is partly torn. Around Bagshawe are instruments of torture and a display of condemned books, most of them Pugin's. The sketch is captioned by Pugin, "an old friend with a new face of a Catholic revivalist turn'd Greek inquisitor - Inquisitum 2 New Square. The torture every evening." The same year as this letter Pugin published The True Principles of Pointed or Christian Architecture in which he championed the gothic (the title is shown in the bookcase). Pugin was evidently seeking to twit Bagshawe out of his taste for Palladian porticoes and round domes of the kind Pugin stigmatised as "pagan". Pugin was the leading English architect to the Roman Catholic church in the early 1840s. Among his most important buildings were the Roman Catholic cathedrals of Southwark, Newcastle upon Tyne, and Nottingham, where the third Catholic bishop was Bagshawe's son, Edward. He also designed Mount St Bernard's Abbey, Leicestershire, the first monastery in England since the Reformation, and the Roman Catholic college of St Patrick, Maynooth, Ireland. But he is best remembered for his brilliant collaboration with Charles Barry at the Houses of Parliament, which consciously echoes the architectural style of Westminster Abbey. The two men had worked closely together in 1835-7 when Pugin produced the pen-and-ink drawings from Barry's designs that won the original competition, and after 1844 would collaborate again on the actual building. Bagshawe certainly knew Barry's work: his successful enlargement of the Royal College of Surgeons (1833) stood across from Bagshawe's chambers on the south side of Lincoln's Inn Fields. Barry had recently been commissioned by the government to rebuild the Lincoln's Inn Fields law courts, though his 1842 design (ironically in the Greek revival style, which Bagshawe would presumably have approved) was never executed. A superb relic of the English Catholic revival, complete with a rare example of the world's first adhesive postage stamp, the Penny Black, which was only in use for a year after its introduction in May 1840.

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        Histoire d&#146;Alger et de la piraterie des Turcs dans la Méditerranée, à dater du seizième siècle.

      Paris, Chez Paulin, Libraire-Éditeur, 1841 - 2 vol. in-8° ; (2)-XII-447 pp./(2)-522 pp.-24 pp. [Eloge de M. Ch. de Rotalier], demi-chagrin havane, dos à nerfs joliment orné, caissons à froid, fleurons or, titre or, rel. de l&#146;époque, bel exemplaire. « Ouvrage estimé » (Chadenat, 1977). Playfair, Algeria, 1116. Polak, 10880. Taillart, 1607. Édition originale rare. Ex-dono authoris sur la page de grand titre du premier volume. Étude consciencieuse &#150; une référence &#150; l&#146;auteur a comparé toutes les relations espagnoles, italiennes et françaises. Excellent ouvrage traitant longuement de la piraterie des Turcs en mer Méditerranée et assez peu d&#146;Alger qui fut la « capitale maritime » des Ottomans. N. B. : se trouve relié in-fine du tome deuxième L&#146;Éloge de M. Ch. de Rotalier, prononcé devant l&#146;académie des Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts de Besançon par l&#146;abbé Besson en janvier 1850. FIRST EDITION. VERY NICE COPY.Un très bel exemplaire offert et signé par l'auteur. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Toldath Haaretz. [Sefer Toledot ha-Arez]. [Toledoth Toldot Toldos Toldoth Toldas harec ha-Aretz ha-arets Haarez Ha'arez Ha'aretz Ha'arets]. Historya [Historia] Naturalna Botanika; Mineralogia, I-III. [THREE VOLUMES].

      Warsaw, H. Bomberg (Zvi [Tsevi] Ya'akov); Warszawie, Drukarni J. Lebensona, 1841-59. - Three volumes bound in one. Octavo. Pp. 359; 96; 40. Three title-pages present. Handsome vignette illustration at end of approbations and introduction. Contemporary ownership inscriptions, stamps; browned, occasionally stained in places. Hardcover, bound in contemporary quarter calf and brown cloth, gilt lettering-piece to spine, cloth inner hinges. A moderately worn copy, overall good. ~ First edition. Written in Hebrew, mostly in Rashi script. The second volume, on botany, includes many Latin names. Joseph Schönhak was born at Tiktin, 1812; died at Suwalki, 1870. He led a retired life, devoting his time to writing and study. He was the author of "Ha-Mashbir" or "Aruk he-Hadash" (Warsaw 1858). His "Toldath Haaretz" (Toledot ha-Arez) is a natural history in three volumes. The subjects are arranged and classified, and a full description of each is given as to color, form, and habitat. Those that are mentioned in the Bible are given book, chapter, and verse; and so with those mentioned in the Talmud. The "Ha-Masbir" is an Aramaic-German rabbinical dictionary, based on Nathan ben Jehiel's "Aruk" ("Hamiluim oder Masbir Hachadasch. Aramäisch-rabinisch-deutsches Wörterbuch, Ergenzung zu dem Hamasbir oder Aruch" Warsaw 1869.) His "Sefer ha-Milluim" was published in Warsaw in 1869 ("Sefer Ha-Miluim Le-Aruch: A dictionary to the Talmud and Midrashim, based on the order of the Aruch, with clarification of readings and sources from the Babylonian and Palestian Talmuds, the Tannaitic Midrahsim (.)" was reprinted 1978, Jerusalem, Makor.) Bibliography: Ha-Maggid, 1870, No. 49; Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, 1866. See also Isidore Singer and Julius Gottlieb: The Jewish Encyclopedia. Rare. OCLC locates copies in Brandeis, Jewish Theological Seminar, New York Public Library, Yeshiva University, Stanford, and UCLA only.

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        The Rhine, Italy and Greece

      London: Fisher, Son & Co, [1841] - 2 volumes in one vols., 4to. Engraved frontispiece and title to each volume. 31 engraved plates to vol. I; 38 engraved plates to vol. II. Publiser's deluxe green morocco binding, rehinghed, a.e.g., some spotting to plates

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        Opinions de divers auteurs sur le Guatemala et le Vera-Paz.

      Bruxelles, Lesigne 1841 - in-8, [4]-46 pp., broché sous couverture imprimée de l'éditeur. Rare opuscule au genre peu courant. A visée publicitaire et expansionniste, ce florilège d'extraits de livres de voyages ou d'articles a pour but d'encourager le départ de colons vers la petite République d'Amérique centrale, "indépendante" depuis 1821. Très éclectique on y trouve Las Casas, Humboldt. ou encore la Revue Britanique. Episode peu connu des efforts de la jeune Belgique pour se doter de débouchés coloniaux, et ce, bien avant Léopold II, la région de Santo Tomas du Guatemala fut l'objet d'une tentative de peuplement menée à partir de 1841 par la Compagnie belge de colonisation (l'éditrice de notre brochure). Déjà en 1834, une société anglaise, la Compagnie Commerciale et Agricole de l?Amérique Centrale, avait conçu de mettre en valeur cette région sans parvenir à ses fins (on comprend l'abondance d'extrait de la Revue Britanique de notre ouvrage). En 1840, un comité belge, soutenu par le ministre de l?intérieur, reprend ce projet. On assiste à la création d?une Société Belge de Colonisation, dont le but est de fonder un établissement de peuplement. La société s?engage vis-à vis des gouvernements belge et guatémaltèque à introduire mille familles en dix ans, à créer écoles, dispensaires et hôpitaux. En 1841, le navire Louise-Marie venant d?Ostende arriva à Santo-Tomas et y débarqua un premier contingent d?émigrés. Le manque d'intérêt et de soutien financier des Belges de la métropole, comme les dissensions classiques entre colons, causèrent un échec de la tentative. En 1845 il fallut songer à rapatrier une partie des migrants. Certains acceptèrent cependant de rester, et s'intégrèrent assez vite à la société guatémaltèque. Manque à Sabin comme à Palau. Seulement trois exemplaires au CCF. Cf. Leysbeth (Nicolas) : Historique de la colonisation belge à Santo Tomas (1938) Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Ireland: Its Scenery, Character Three volume set

      London How and Parsons 1841. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Covers rubbed with some scuffing to leather at extremities. Spines sunned. Tape repair to inner edge of page within volume three. Scattered foxing and some off-setting First Edition Half leather covers with marbled boards 260mm x 190mm (10" x 7"). 435pp, 468pp, 512pp. Maps and engraved plates with additional illustrations within the text.

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        Mobile. Taken from the Marsh Opposite the City Near Pinto&#39;s Residence

      W.J. Bennett, 1841. A HANDSOME VIEW OF MOBILE, ALABAMA BY FAMED AMERICAN ENGRAVER W.J. BENNETT Colored aquatint Framed size: 32" x 38 7/8" Sheet size: 20 1/2" x 27 3/8" Ca. 1841 Literature: Deak, Picturing America, No. 515 This vibrant view by W.J. Bennett depicts the City of Mobile, Alabama&#39;s only seaport. Located at the head of Mobile Bay on the Gulf of Mexico, the original settlement of Fort St. Louis de la Mobile was founded in 1702 by Jean Baptiste Le Moyne, twenty miles above the present location of the city. After the Mobile settlement was moved to its present site in 1710, it became a possession of England and later Spain. In 1813, however, America finally laid claim to the illustrious southern city. . Book.

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        Grammaire egyptienne, ou principes generaux de l'ecriture sacree egyptienne appliquee a la representation de la langue parlee, par Champollion le Jeune; publiee sur le manuscrit autographe par l'ordre de M. GUIZOT.

      Paris : Typographie de Firmin Didot Freres., 1841.. VIII, xxiii, 555 p., 32 x 23 cm. Half leather.. Good. Cover with worn edges and worn spine. Some pages with mildly foxed paper. Many pages with hieroglyphs, some in color. Indicated date on title page: 1836, indicated printig date on last page: 1841.

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      Imp Oficina Establecimiento Central - Madrid. 1841. 276pág + 2h. 20x15. 2Vol. Historia de la Revolución de Inglaterra, precedida de la historia de la nación inglesa hasta el reinado de Carlos I, y continuada hasta la reforma electoral de 1832 por Mr. Guizot y continuada por M.Hume; traducida del francés por R. Campuzano. Ref 5.5 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        William Henry Harrison Appoints Future Slavery Compromiser John J. Crittenden as Attorney General, and Antislavery Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story Swears Him In

      Partly Printed Document Signed \"W. H. Harrison\" as President, to John J. Crittenden. Presidential Appointment to the Office of Attorney General, Washington, D.C., March 5, 1841, 15.5\" x 11.75\". Countersigned by Daniel Webster as Secretary of State, with autograph endorsement signed by Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story. President Harrison, during his 32-day tenure in office, appoints Kentucky lawyer and U.S. Senator John J. Crittenden to the post of Attorney General. Expert restoration to several letters of engrossment and body of document, not affecting the Harrison signature at all. Certainly one of the best William Henry Harrison presidential items extant.Our current census finds only 30 Harrison signatures as president in any format (2 ALSs, 1 LS, 1 ANS, 21 documents signed, and 3 clipped signatures). This is by far the most important known.In full: \"Know Ye, That reposing special trust and confidence in the Integrity, Abilities, and Learning of John J. Crittenden

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        Claims of the Jews to an Equality of Rights. Illustrated in a Series of Letters to the Editor of the Philadelphia Gazette.

      Philadelphia Printed by C. Sherman & Co. 1841 - The First Major Work Of Isaac Leeser LEESER, Isaac. The Claims of the Jews to an Equality of Rights. Illustrated in a Series of Letters to the Editor of the Philadelphia Gazette. Philadelphia: Printed by C. Sherman & Co., 5601 [1841]. First edition. Octavo (8 1/4 x 5 1/8 inches; 210 x 131 mm). 99, [1, blank] pp. Half morocco over contemporary marbled boards, rebacked to style. Red morocco spine label, lettered in gilt. A bit of light foxing and toning, primarily to the final signature. Inner hinges repaired. Overall a very good copy. "Leeser first achieved national renown in 1828 for his moving response, published in The Richmond Whig, to an attack on the Jews which had appeared in the London Quarterly Review and then been re-printed in American newspapers. Leeser's response was widely circulated and eventually re-published in book form in 1841 as The Claims of the Jews to an Equality of Rights. In 1829, with his reputation established and at the urging of Jacob Mordecai, one of Richmond's leading Jewish figures, Leeser applied for and was elected to the post of Hazan (Cantor and Reader of the prayer service) of the Congregation Mikveh Israel in Philadelphia." (Penn Libraries) Rosenbach 476 HBS 66894. $2,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        William Henry Harrison exceedingly rare presidential signature!

      [Washington] Exceedingly rare signature ?W.H. Harrison? as President and ?Danl Webster? as Secretary of State, 1p, 5? x 2?. [Washington, March 1841]. Light rectangular toning at signatures. ?Secretary of State? is printed to the right of Webster?s signature. Light mounting stains on verso at edges. Both signatures, undoubtedly cut from a presidential appointment requiring the signature of the Secretary of State, are darkly penned. Fine condition.President-elect William Henry Harrison had left Cincinnati on January 26, 1841, and arrived in Washington on February 9th. He spent 10 days in Virginia, February 17-27, including two days at his family home in Berkeley where he worked on his inaugural address, before returning to Washington on the 28th, just four days before his March 4th inauguration. After completing his inaugural address, he gave it to Daniel Webster, whom he had asked to be his Secretary of State, to edit it. At 8,445 words, it?s almost twice as long as any o

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        Old Curiosity Shop

      First Separate Edition in Original ClothDICKENS, Charles. The Old Curiosity Shop. A Tale. London: Chapman and Hall, 1841.First separate edition. Octavo. [4], [1]-306, [1]-223, [1, publisher\'s imprint] pp. (228 Leaves). Page 2 is numbered 2-38, page 47 is numbered 47-79, as per Smith. With eighty-three black and white textual engravings by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Brown.In original olive green fine-diaper cloth, (secondary binding). Boards and spine stamped in blind. Spine lettered in gilt. With previous owner\'s bookplate on front pastedown. Head and tail of the spine lightly frayed, and spine sunned, extremities rubbed, some gluing to front outer hinge, some soiling spots on front cover, p. 41-44 is loose. Overall a good copy.This is the first time The Old Curiosity Shop was published as a separate volume. It was also published in volumes I and II of Master Humphry\'s Clock. \" This separate issue of The Old Curiosity Shop was created from portions of Master Humphry\'s Clock, which accounts for its irregularities.\" \"Copies of The Old Curiosity Shop are bound in cloth directly from the unaltered sheets of Master Humphry\'s Clock.\" (Smith, 6A) .Gimbel. Hatton and Cleaver,. Smith, Dickens,6A.HBS 67178.$850

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        "Regeln, Ablaß und Andachten, aller christglaubigen Seelen-Bruderschaft unter dem Titel und Schutz des heiligen Laurentii Mart. ... in dem ... Gotteshaus, Pfarrkirche Egern" usw. Mittig Darstellung der Mutter Gottes mit Kind, schwebend über einer Gesamtansicht von Rottach-Egern, unten Inschrift "Maria Mutter der Gnaden in Egern nächst Tegernsee." Mit Holzschnittbordüre.

      . Kupferstich von Klauber, Augsburg, mit Typendruck bei J. Rösl, München, dat. 1841, 10 x 7 cm (Marienbild) bzw. 38,5 x 32 cm (Bordüre).. Mit hs. Namens- und Datumseintrag der Aufnahme in die Bruderschaft für "Juliana Wagner von Wiessee", dat. 10. August 1855. Die Bruderschaft ist der "Erz-Bruderschaft zu Altenhof in München aggregiret" und widmet sich dem Gebet für die "christglaubigen Seelen im Fegfeuer". - Geglättete Längs- und Querfalten, unten ein schwacher Wasserrand.

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        Topographische Handels -, General -, Post - und Strassenkarte des österreichischen Kaiserstaates + Handbuch zur topographischen Handels - General - Post - und Straßenkarte des Oesterreichischen Kaiserstaates mit einer Ueberschreitung der Monarchie-Gränzen. Entworfen, herausgegeben und Sr. Excellenz ...... Joseph Freyherrn v. Eichhoff, erfurchtsvoll gewidmet

      Wien Aus der k.k. Hof- und Staats-Aerarial-Druckerey 1841,. 0 S., Karte: 4 Kartenteile a 76 x 46 cm, auf Leinen aufgezogen. Jeder Kartenteil aus 10 Segmenten bestehend. Kartusche links unten. Colorierte Grenzen. Gestochen von Joh. David, Projiciert und gezeichnet von Jac. Wobisch, gedruckt von Joh. Feyertag. 1841. Buch: 8°, OPbd. mit weißem Papierrückenschildchen. 425 Seiten, einer mehrfach gefalteten, gestochenen Karte im Anhang: "Karte der Oder_ Elbe_ Rhein und Schelde Mündungen. Als Beilagsblatt zur grossen topographischen Handelskarte der österreichischen Kaiserstaates:". 2. Auflage 1840. Mit 18, einfach gefalteten Tafeln: "Statistik der oesterreichischen Monarchie", mit 2 Blätter: "Tafel - Uebersicht des Flächenraumes ..." , mit "Tafeln der bekanntesten und .. warmen und kalten heilquellen, Seebäder und Gesundbrunnen in und außer Europa", mit "Tafeln - Uebersicht der bekanntesten geographsichen Ortsbestimmungen unseres Erdballes", "Tafel der vorzüglichsten wirklöich geprägten als Rechnungsmünzen, im Vergleich ...Conventions-Münzfuße", "Tafel Vergleichuing der vorzüglichsten Gewichte mit dem Wiener Pfund", "Tafel ...Fußmaße ..", "Tafgel vergleichung der .. Meilenmaße ...", etc. etc. Gdsasmt 15 Tafeln, von Jahrmärkten bis Zollämter, Längengrade usw. Kartenblätter und Buch in kartonschuber der Zeit mit Rückenschildchen. Sauberer und sehr guter Zustand, sowohl des Buch als auch der Karte. Selten.

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        Three weeks after the death of Whig President William Henry Harrison, Democrat James K. Polk will reschedule a speech ? ?I have learned that President Tyler has recommended ? Friday the 14th May as one of fasting and prayer throughout the U. States. Upon learning this fact my opinion is that it would not be proper for me to address the people on that day. It would be improper in itself ? and might be seized upon and used by my political opponents??

      Autograph Letter Signed ?James K. Polk? as Governor of Tennessee, 1p, 7.25? x 12.25?. Greenville, Tennessee, April 30, 1841. Integral leaf addressed by Polk to ?John W. Ford Esqr / McMinnville / Tennessee.? Partial Greenville May 1st postmark. Silked. Uniformly toned, lightened at perimeter from prior display. Fine condition.Headed by Polk ?Private.? In full, \"Since writing to you proposing appointments at V. Buren C.H. McMinnville & Woodbury, I have learned that President Tyler has recommended the day preferred for Woodbury ?" (Friday the 14th May) as one of fasting and prayer throughout the U. States. Upon learning this fact my opinion is that it would not be proper for me to address the people on that day. It would be improper in itself ?" and might be seized upon and used by my political opponents. I have to request therefore that you will countermand the notices for the appointment for Woodbury ?" for the 14th May, & say to the peopl

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