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        Explication de la Carte Géologique de la France

      Rédigée sous la Direction de M. Brochant de Villiers, Inspecteur Général des Mines. One large folding handcolored map of France & 248 figures in the text. 1 p.l., xxii, [2], 825 pp.; [iii]-xii, 813 pp. Two vols. of text. Large 4to, cont. fine sheep-backed marbled boards, flat spines stamped in gilt & in blind. Paris: Imprimerie Royale, 1841-48. [with]:--. Carte Géologique de la France. Fine colored geological map in six parts, each part measuring 73 x 110 cm., mounted on linen, folded, and preserved in cont. pull-off map case, uniform to the above bindings. [Paris: 1841]. First edition, presentation copy, of the first modern geological map of France. The need for such a map was recognized as early as the mid-18th century but the necessary research was not encouraged until after Greenough's six-part geological map of England was published in 1820. "Stimulated by the publication of Greenough's geological map of England, Brochant de Villiers was successful in gaining authorization for the preparation of a similar map of France. Dufrénoy and Élie de Beaumont were selected to carry out the necessary fieldwork and in 1822 were sent to England for two years to learn Greenough's procedures."-D.S.B., IV, p. 218. Their map of France, commenced in 1825, was completed in 1840. It consists of six sheets on the scale of about eight miles to one inch. "This great work, so rapidly carried out, remains a remarkable monument of the genius of the two geologists under whose supervision it was constructed."-Geikie, The Founders of Geology, p. 456. This map is now of very great rarity. The first two volumes of the explanatory text were published by the two geologists in 1841 and 1848, respectively. "The 100-page introduction to the latter is still the best that can be placed at the beginning of modern treatises on physical geography."-D.S.B., IV, p. 349. A further three volumes of commentary were published in 1873, 1878, and 1879; they are not present here for obvious reasons. This is a fine presentation copy from the authors, inscribed on both half-titles of the text volumes to Prof. Angelo Sismonda (b. 1807), professor of mineralogy and director of the mineralogical museum at the University of Torino (see Poggendorff, II, 939-40). Fine and very handsome set, uniformly bound. .

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        Ireland: Its Scenery, Character &c. Three volume set

      London: How and Parsons. 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. 1841. 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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        Schilderungen aus Ostindiens Archipel.

      Heidelberg, J.C.B. Mohr, 1841.Original embossed black cloth (hinges sl. damaged but strongly holding; extremities of spine sl. dam.). With folding map of Bangka and 9 lithographed plates (including frontispiece). VIII,213,(3) pp.* First edition. - The author sailed to the East Indies from the Netherlands in the East Indiaman Van Speyk. He gives an account of Batavia and Padang and an ample description of Banka. On the return voyage to Europe he called at the Cape, and gives a description of Cape Town. The fine oval plates after his drawings depict Weltevreden, Batavia, Padang, and 4 views of Bangka. - (Foxed). - Extremely rare.Bastin & Brommer N476; Cat. KITLV I, p.18; Haks & Maris, Lexicon, p.84; Engelmann p.138 (2nd edition, without plates, only); Müller 0331; SAB II, p.197; not in Cat. NHSM.

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        HISTORIA DE LA REVOLUCION DE INGLATERRA

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Madrid. 1841. 276pag + 2h. 20x15. 2Vol. Historia de la Revolucion de Inglaterra, precedida de la historia de la nacion 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 frances por R. Campuzano. Ref 5.5 Biblioteca A.

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        The Thomsonian Materia Medica or Botanic Family Physician

      Munseel, State Street, 1841.. 831 Hardcover. gut erhalten, Randläsurne, Seiten mit Flecken, Cover mit abnutzungen

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        ALBUM DE LA HISTORIA DE FRANCIA

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1841. 22x15. Holandesa con puntas. Contiene los dos Tomos del Album.Falta 2 de texto. Mas de 500 bellas laminas grabadas al acero. Dificil en comercio. Ref 100 Biblioteca B.

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        THE ART OF ENGRAVING, WITH THE VARIOUS MODES OF OPERATION, UNDER THE FOLLOWING DIFFERENT DIVISIONS: ETCHING, SOFT-GROUND ETCHING, LINE ENGRAVING, CHALK AND STIPPLE, AQUATINT, MEZZOTINT, LITHOGRAPHY, WOOD ENGRAVING, MEDALLIC ENGRAVING, ELECTROGRAPHY, AND PHOTOGRAPHY

      London: Ackermann & Co., 1841. First ed. Small 4to., vii, 109 pp., (4), 14 pp. priced adverts, frontispiece, 9 full-page plates. Original blind and gilt-stamped cloth. Two engraved plates have been mounted to the front endpapers. Occasional foxing, extremities rubbed; rebacked with the original spine laid-down; the blank paper plate guards have been removed, otherwise very good. Housed in a new quarter cloth and pastepaper clamshell box.Gernsheim INCUNABULA #652 states, "Contains 'Sketch of the different methods of photogenic drawing', pp. 101-9." This section on photography describes three methods, ostensibly Talbot's, where an image is obtained on paper treated with nitrate or chloride of silver, Niepce's plate preparation with resins, bitumens or essential oils, and Daguerre's.

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        Das nationale System der politischen Oekonomie …

      Stuttgart & Tübingen: J. G. Cotta,, 1841. Erster Band [all published]. Der internationale Handel, die Handelspolitik und der deutsche Zollverein. Octavo (185 × 112 mm). Contemporary half calf, marbled boards, calf corners, spine lettered and decorated gilt. Contemporary ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Occasional light pencil side ruling and marginalia. An excellent copy. First edition of List's major work. One of the earliest and most severe critics of the classical school of political economy, List (1789–1846) "denounced Adam Smith and his disciples as the 'cosmopolitan school' and held that universal free trade was an ideal that could be achieved only in the far distant future. For the time being, he argued, each nation should foster the development of its own manufactures by import duties and even outright prohibitions. Only by such means could countries like Germany, Russia and the United States ever hope to achieve the industrial efficiency that would enable them to compete on equal terms with Britain. List never used the term 'infant industry' but the infant industry argument is clearly what he had in mind because he specifically excluded agriculture from all his protectionist arguments and even conceded that global free trade was an ultimate desirable goal … In recent times, List has been hailed not so much as a spokesman for protectionism as a champion of the ambitions of underdeveloped countries. No doubt he was one of the first to recognise the role of national power in the international division of labour and present-day advocates of the dependency school of economic development may legitimately regard him as a forerunner" (Blaug, Great Economists before Keynes, p. 129f).

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

      London: T. and W. Boone, 1841. Two volumes, octavo, with 22 plates (six handcoloured), and two large loose folding maps, illustrations in the text; endpapers renewed, related newspaper clippings circa 1900 pasted to last blank of second volume; a most attractive set in the publisher's decorated purple cloth. With the famous Wandjina plates. A fascinating account of coastal and inland exploration of the north-west coast of Western Australia and the Kimberley region. Captain Grey's account is both informative and accessible, featuring a rich selection of plates including stunning images of Wandjina paintings from the north-western Kimberley. Furthermore, the work is esteemed for its scientific appendices: on birds by John Gould; on mammals, reptiles, amphibians by John Edward Gray; and insects by Adam White. The two-volume set contains the accounts of both expeditions led by Grey, the first along the West Australian coast and the second in the north-west. Although beset by natural disasters, diminished provisions, exhaustion, shipwreck and numerous attacks by local Aboriginal tribes, Grey and his men made important discoveries in this vast and poorly charted wilderness. Despite turbulent relations with Aboriginal tribes Grey was fascinated by the art and cultures he encountered. In this respect his Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery form a valuable record of early contact in Western Australia and the Kimberley. Grey was intrigued by the ghostly rock paintings he discovered and became the first white man to see a Wandjina painting at a site on the Glenelg River in the Kimberley. He wrote 'looking over some bushes, at the sandstone rocks which were above us, I suddenly saw from one of them a most extraordinary large figure peering down upon me. Upon examination, this proved to be a drawing at the entrance to cave, which, on entering, I found to contain, besides, many remarkable paintings'. Realising the significance of the discovery, he went to considerable lengths to sketch, measure and describe the figures, which are printed here as four arresting lithographic plates. The first volume of this set conforms to the first issue points noted in Australian Rare Books while the second volume includes additional publisher's advertisements indicating a later issue.

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

      Turin: Stabilimento Tipografico Fontana, 1841. Two volumes, octavo, four wood-engraved plates, errata page present at end of first volume; some scattered foxing, a really handsome copy in the original printed boards, a little rubbed and some staining to second volume. With additional material on Hawaii and California. First appearance in this important Italian translation, much expanded with additional chapters from its first appearance in French in 1834, which is now very rare: 'an important edition of the Duhaut-Cilly narrative' (Forbes). Duhaut-Cilly was a French navigator and trader who sailed extensively in the Pacific during his 1826-1829 circumnavigation. He traded along the Californian coast (with no great success, despite being admitted to all of the Catholic missions), and spent several months in the Hawaiian Islands, where King Kamehameha III dined with him aboard ship. The translation into Italian was by Carlo Giuseppe Botta, whose son, Paulo Emilio Botta, was the doctor aboard Duahut-Cilly's vessel Héros. This edition is particularly desirable as it includes an 'Italiano/Sandwiccese' vocabulary, which includes several pages of common words of the Hawaiian language, as well as Botta's own essay, "Observations on the inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands and California". The plates include views of Oahu and Monterey. This is a particularly attractive copy of the book in the rare printed wrappers. Forbes noted only two other copies with the original wrappers (Bishop Museum and the Tice Phillips copy), and this copy is identical, including showing the date 1843 on the cover. A further edition appeared in Naples the following year.

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        The Pic Nic Papers

      Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1841. First American edition. Near Fine. Two volumes in original light brown boards with red cloth spines and printed paper spine labels. Label to the first volume lacking a small chip at the top, early ownership signature on both title pages and light scattered foxing, none of which prevent these from being an excellent, handsome set. & & The book was conceived after the untimely death of Dickens' first publisher, John Macrone, in an effort to assist his widow and children financially. Dickens was the editor, wrote the introduction and contributed "The Lamplighter's Story" to the work. A rare survivor in this condition, now housed in a clamshell case. Near Fine.

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        Elementar-Unterricht im Berg=Zeichnen für Unterofj(sic!)izieres-Schulen der k. b. Armee

      o. O. [München], ohne Dr., 1841.. 1841/1842. Textbuch mit 31(1) Seiten in einem zeitgenössischen Papierumschlag und Namenszug "Kunstmann". Mit XII auf Kartons montierten numerierten gestochenen Skizzen-Tafeln, gestochen von: u. v. a. Gg. Mayr, C. Schleich, & Ferd. Tierbächer [Elève]. Böschungs-Maaßstab's Tafel doppelt vorhanden; die Tafel VIII fehlt. Im Umschlag der Zeit. Kartons jeweils handschriftlich auf der Rückseite mit Namenszug Kunstmann's. Zusammen in einem zeitgenössischem Schuber m. gedrucktem Titel-Zettel. Schuber mit einigen Gebrauchsspuren, Kartons stw. etwas (stock) fleckig, ansonsten sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Aus Vorbesitz des holländischen Bibliographen Prof. Dr. C. KOEMAN mit dessen ExL. am Schuber-Rücken. 3 bearbeiteten "Probier-Zettel" loose beiliegend. * Nur in 3 Bibliotheken in der BRD und nur ein Exemplar komplett. SEHR SELTEN.

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        Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c.

      London: Hall, Virtue, & Co, c.1841-43.. "A New Edition" in three volumes. Volume 1 - xii+436pp, and 188 illustrations. Volume 2 - viii + 468pp, and 204 illustrations. Volume 3 - viii + 512pp, and 217 illustrations. Each volume 25 x 17 cm, The coloured maps and full-page plates are not included in the pagination. Dark green bevelled boards with gilt titling, black decorative lining and a gilt bordered vignette to front boards, a.e.g. maps and full page plates are tissue guarded. Showing some wear but tight copies, in generally good to very good condition.

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

      Tipografico Fontana, Turin 1841 - Two volumes, octavo, with four lithograph plates; a very good copy in old marbled boards, sympathetically rebacked. First Italian edition and very scarce: a most important book for California and Hawaii. Duhaut-Cilly was a French trader who reached Yerba Buena in 1827, and in the next two years visited most of the missions, presidios, and pueblos of Alta California. No other traveller had visited so many of the Californian establishments, and his is the best contemporary account of the region. He also describes at some length his 1828 visit to the Hawaiian Islands, and includes a vocabulary of the Hawaiian language. The plates show San Francisco, San Luis Rey, Fort Ross and Hawaii. This is the second edition of the book, much expanded with additional chapters from its first appearance in French in 1834, which is now extremely rare (John Howell Books conjectured in their catalogue 50 that only about a dozen copies survive); there has never been an English edition. The book evidently struck a chord in Italy: another edition appeared in Naples in 1842. 'This is an important edition? It includes, for the first time, in book form, an essay by Dr. Paolo Emilio Botta, Osservazioni sugli abitanti delle isole Sandwich e della California (Observations on the inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands and California). His Hawaiian observations are on pp. 339-359, followed by an Italian-Hawaiian vocabulary? and a list of Hawaiian numerals. Dr Botta's observations on California [are] also new to this edition?' (Forbes). Duhaut-Cilly's work was one of the eighty books selected by the Zamorano Club in California for their famous exhibition of books important for the history of that state. Appropriately, this copy once belonged to the club and has their duplicate release note over the club's bookplate in each volume. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Sandwich Islands: a Prize Poem , Recited in the Theatre, Oxford; June 15, 1841?

      J.Vincent, Oxford 1841 - Disbound octavo gathering, 16pp., a few spots yet a fine copy. From Hawaii to Oxford. A quaint romantic idyll devoted to the Hawaiian islands presented for an Oxford poetry prize in 1841. The poem offers a potted history of Polynesian life upon the archipelago, speculating on their mythical origins and lamenting native customs such as human sacrifice and infanticide and applauding the arrival of Missionary Christianity. The author clearly has more than a superficial understanding of Hawaii, as revealed in scholarly footnotes peppered throughout this slim pamphlet (although Forbes dryly notes in the Hawaiian National Bibliography that 'The author does not seem to have enjoyed subsequent success as a poet').

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        Das Musikfest oder die Beethovener. Novelle. Zweite, mit einer Einleitung und einer musikalischen Zugabe von G. Meyerbeer vermehrte Ausgabe.

      Braunschweig, Leibrock 1841.. Mit lithogr. gefalt. Tafel und gefalt. Notentafel. XXIV, 302 S. Lwd. d. Zt. mit Rückenverg.. MGG V, 909; NDB VII, 59. - Die Erstausgabe erschien 1838. - Humoristische musikalische Novelle des Dramatikers und Kunstkritikers W. R. Griepenkerl (1810-68). - Die Tafel mit Karikatur von Beethoven, die Notentafel mit Lied Denkspruch von G. Meyerbeer. - Vorderer fliegender Vorsatz mit Namenszug "Bülow" und Zusatz "unveräußerliches Exemplar" (sic!). Nach Handschriftenvergleich dürfte es sich um den Klaviervirtuosen, Dirigenten, Kapellmeister und Komponisten Hans von Bülow (1830-1894) handeln, der u. a. durch die Herausgabe und Kommentierung der Klaviersonaten Beethovens großen Einfluss auf die Entwicklung des Klavierspiels und der Interpretation der Stücke hatte. - Die Tafel an der unteren Faltung mit kurzem Einriss. Gutes Exemplar!

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        Italian Republics; or the Origin, Progress, and Fall of Italian Freedom

      Paris - A. and W. Galignani, 1841. Paris - A. and W. Galignani, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A historical work on Italian republics by J. C. L. De Sismondi. Jean Charles Lonard de Sismondi (May 19, 1773 June 25, 1842), whose real name was Simonde, was a writer. He is best known for his works on French and Italian history, and his economic ideas. With an armorial bookplate of one M. H. Jaffray to the front pastedown. New edition. Scarce. Condition: In a half calf binding with marbled boards. Externally, rubbed, extremities are somewhat worn. Head of backstrip is lifting. Hinges are strained. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright and clean with just a few marks and faint spots here and there. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Sketches of China; Partly During an Inland Journey of Four Months, Between Pekin, Nankin, and Canton.

      London, Knight & Co., 1841 (First edition).. 8°, Ledereinband. Full leather prize binding with gold-stamped spine, hand colored fold out map, 316 + 322p. 2 vol. set, bit of corner wear, else solid, clean copy.

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        [?Op. 119]. Autograph working musical manuscript fragment of a piano trio, possibly the Piano Trio No. 1, op. 119

      4 pp. written on 2 leaves. Oblong folio (ca. 374 x 272 mm.). Notated in ink on four systems of four staves each. Unsigned and undated. A working manuscript with numerous corrections and amendations. With manuscript annotations in both ink and pencil, possibly in the hand of Spohr's widow, identifying the manuscript. Worn and browned; edges torn and chipped; both leaves torn into sections, the second leaf lacking approximately one- third of the leaf. . "Regarded by many contemporaries as worthy of a place beside Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven in the pantheon of the greatest composers, he has, together with Gluck and Cherubini, been allotted a considerably lower status by posterity. Mozart's Figaro and Wagner's Tristan were both composed during Spohr's lifetime; his own work looks, Janus-like, towards both the formalism and clarity of the Classical tradition, and the structural and harmonic experimentation associated with 19th-century Romanticism..." Best known for his compositions for the violin, Spohr wrote very little in the way of chamber works for piano during his early years. "... Apart from the Quintet op.52 for piano and wind, he largely ignored the piano until his second wife's pianistic ability (and perhaps the greater technical perfection of the instrument) came to arouse his interest. His pieces for violin and piano contain some attractive music, particularly the programmatic (or, rather, impressionistic) Reisesonate op.96; but the five piano trios (1841–9) are masterpieces of their kind, and extraordinarily individual in their approach to the medium." Clive Brown in Grove online

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        Ten Thousand a-Year

      Edinburgh and London - William Blackwood and Sons, 1841. Edinburgh and London - William Blackwood and Sons, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. Ten Thousand a-Year is a novel written by English barristerSamuel Warren. First published in 1841, it enjoyed widespread popularity in the United States and Europe for much of the century. The story chronicles events in the life of its iconic protagonist Tittlebat Titmouse and offers in-depth detail of English common law of the time. In three volumes complete. First edition in book form. When first published, the novel was split into 3 volumes for its United Kingdom release and 6 volumes for release in the United States. Ten Thousanda-Year was, in fact, first published in the Edinburgh Magazine in instalments in 1839. The first instalment appearing in October of that year at page 505 of No. CCLXXXVIII . Samuel Warren (1807 - 1877), was a British lawyer, novelist and MP. He was the author of Passages from the Diary of a late Physician, which appeared (183237) first in Blackwood's Magazine, as did also Ten Thousand a-Year (1839). Both attracted considerable attention, and were often reprinted and translated. His last novel, Now and Then (1847), was a social novel of criminality and the law, arguing from a Methodist perspective the moral case for reform. It is realistically observed, based in outline on an actual case in Wolverhampton, but had little success. Warren entertained exaggerated ideas as to the importance of his place in literature. With a newspaper clipping from 'The Times of 1842' inserted to volume one. Bookseller's labels to front pastedowns. Condition: In a half leather binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart but with slight wear to extremities, rubbing and occasional marks. Rear joint to volume I starting very slightly, front hinge strained. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with occasional very slight foxing and handling marks, foxing predominantly to endpapers. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        The Ancient Regime a Tale

      London - Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1841. London - Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The complete set in their original publishers bindings, making up this romantic, adventure novel from English novelist and historical writer, George Payne Rainsford James. First edition. George Payne Rainsford James was for many years British Consul at various places in the United States and on the Continent. He held the honorary office of British Historiographer Royal during the last years of William IV's reign, and published several official pamphlets. At an early age he began to write romances, and continued his production with such industry that his works reach to 100 volumes. His books had considerable and immediate popularity. Among his other works are Richelieu, Philip Augustus, The Huguenot, Henry of Guise, and The Man at Arms. Complete in three volumes. Condition: In original publishers bindings. Externally, fading to the boards and spines, and wear to extremities. Loss to the spine labels, with volume two's spine label absent. Two rear hinges and one front hinge slightly strained. Internally, generally firmly bound with some leaves working loose, and bright throughout. Some instances of to spotting, which is heavier to endpapers. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Ulrich, Herzog zu Württemberg. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte Württembergs und des deutschen Reichs im Zeitalter der Reformation. Komplett in drei Bänden.

      Ludwig Friedrich Fues, Tübingen 1841, 1841, 1844.. 22 x 14 cm. Marmorierte Pappbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Titeln auf roten Rückenschildern, berieben und gering bestoßen. Kleine, blaue Signaturschilder (ca 1x 2,3 cm) an den unteren Buchrücken. Die Bände 1 und 3 mit kleinen Namen in alter Tinte auf den Vorsatzblättern. Bd.1: gest. Frontispiz Ulrich, Herzog zu Württemberg, VIII, 592 Seiten / Bd.2: gest. Frontispiz Sabina, Herzogin von Württemberg, IV, 502 Seiten, gefaltete Karte Schlacht bei Lauffen im Anhang / Bd.3: gest. Frontispiz Christoph, Herzog zu Württemberg, XVI, 610 Seiten. Papierqualität bei den Bänden 1 und 2 leicht schwankend, einige Seiten leicht gebräunt, sonst innen sehr sauber. Gutes, geprüftes und vollständiges Exemplar.. Hauptkapitel: 1) Was sich von H. Eberhard I. Tod bis zu H. Ulrichs Regierungsantritt verändert und vorbereitet hat, 1496 - 1503 / H. Ulrich im Glück und Glanz der Jugend 1503 - 1514 / Große Unzufriedenheit des Volks mit der Regierung, und wie man sich vertragen hat 1514 - 1515 / Zerwürfnis des Herzogs mit dem fränkischen Adel, baierischen Haus und dem Kaiser durch eigne schwere Schuld 1515 - 1518 / Die unglücklichen Folgen 1519. 2) Württemberg unter Oestreich 1519 - 1534 / Des Herzogs Bemühungen, sein Land wieder zu gewinnen und ihre Vereitelung 1520 - 1525 / Wie Volk und Regierung aus politischer und kirchlicher Noth zu kommen versuchen 1525 - 1533 / Endlich gewinnt der Herzog durch vieljährige Bemühungen des Landgrafen Philipp zu Hessen sein Land wieder 1526 - 1534. 3) Von Herzog Ulrichs Rückkehr zu der Regierung bis zu seinem Tode 1534 - 1550 / Württemberg im Schmalkaldischen Bund 1536 - 1546 / Der Schmalkaldische Krieg und das Interim / Die Landesverwaltung in den letzten Zeiten, die herzogliche Familie und des Fürsten Tod. #M10918

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

      Paris: Troupenas [PN T. 1106 (No. 1-10)]. [1841-1842]. Folio. Recently bound in half dark tan leather with dark navy blue cloth boards, raised bands on spine in compartments gilt, titling gilt. 1f. (title), 1f. (recto Catalogue thématique de Morceaux, verso blank), 77, [i] (blank) pp. Binding slightly crude. Browning and foxing throughout; previous owner's signature to upper outer corner of front free endpaper. . First Edition of the second version. Rongoni p. 458, no. 8. First performed in Paris at the Théâtre 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 Léon and Marie Escudier, was in Paris at the Théâtre 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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        HISTOIRE DE LA VIE DES ECRITS ET DES DOCTRINES DE MARTIN LUTHER

      Maisón, Libraire-éditeur - París. 1841. 2Vol: 1vol, 3 grabados+XXXII+506Pág+2h. 2vol, 2h+1 grabado+587Pág+2h+1 desplegable. Holandesa. 22X14. Tercera edición revisada y aumentada considerablemente. Su vida, historia, doctrina y sus escritos lógicamente. Edición muy rara. Ref 8.6 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Traité théorique et pratique de la folie. Observations particulières et documens nécroscopiques

      Béchet, (Rouen : impr. de Nicétas Périaux), Paris 1841 - In-8. Collation : IV, (2), 392 pp. Demi-basane bleue, dos orné. (Reliure de l'époque.). Première édition. Jean-Baptiste-Maximien Parchappe de Vinay (1800-1866) a cherché à établir des corrélations anatomocliniques entre les altérations de l'encéphale et les différentes maladies mentales. Il expose dans ce "Traité" plus de 300 cas cliniques examinés dans cette optique. Il était médecin chef de l'asile de Saint-Yon près de Rouen. Ouvrage rare. Semelaigne 1, 267. Relié à la suite : - CAZAUVIEILH, Jean-Baptiste. Du suicide, de l'aliénation mentale et des crimes contre les personnes : comparés dans leurs rapports réciproques. Recherches sur ce premier penchant chez les habitans des campagnes. Paris, Baillière, 1840. In-8 de (6), VI, 332 pp., 4 tableaux dépliants hors-texte. Première édition. L'auteur était médecin de l'hospice de Liancourt et ancien interne de la Salpêtrière. C'est ici son principal ouvrage, longuement analysé par Semelaigne 1, 279. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Il Perfetto Leggendario: ovvero Vite de Santi per ciascun giorno dell' Anno; ornate ed arricchite di altrettante Tavole all'acquarello (12 vols. cpl./ 12 Bände KOMPLETT)

      Roma, Tipografia della Minerva (Prima Edizione Premiata), 1841.. ORIG.ERSTAUSGABE; je Band ca. 250 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier altersbedingt leicht stockfleckig; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 12 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ITALIENISCH!

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        Il Perfetto Leggendario: ovvero Vite de Santi per ciascun giorno dell' Anno; ornate ed arricchite di altrettante Tavole all'acquarello (12 vols. cpl./ 12 Bände KOMPLETT),

      Roma, Tipografia della Minerva (Prima Edizione Premiata), 1841 - je Band ca. 250 Seiten; Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel.). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier altersbedingt leicht stockfleckig; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 12 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ITALIENISCH! Sprache: it Gewicht in Gramm: 11000

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        Correspondance d'Orient (1830-1831).

      Bruxelles, N.J. Gregoir, V. Wouters et Cie, 1841.8 volumes in 4. Contemporary half calf, spines gilt. With folding map.* First published in Paris in 1833-1835. - 'Michaud, the historian of the Crusades, and his secretary Poujoulat travelled together through Greece, Constantinople and the Archipelago to Jerusalem, where they separated. Poujoulat explored Syria and Michaud went on to Egypt, but they wrote regularly to each other, and these letters constitute in great part the voluminous Correspondance d'Orient. The first three volumes, dealing with Greece and Turkey, contain mostly Michaud's letters. Both Michaud and Poujoulat were interested in the contemporary state of the countries they visited than archaeology and antiquities' (Blackmer 1122). - A very fine set.Atabey Collection 807; Weber 211; Tobler p.151, Ibrahim-Hilmy II, p.33.

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        Leuchtenberg in der Oberpfalz. Gesamtansicht. Original- Lithographie aus dem Jahre 1841.

      . Aus dem >Vaterländisches Magazin< von Johann Baptist Dilgers, erschienen bei George Jacquet in München. Blatt- Größe: 19,5 x 24,5 cm; Bildgröße 13,5 x 19,5 cm.. Zustand: Schöner, kräftiger Abdruck, sauber und tadellos erhalten.

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        MANIOBRAS UTILES PARA LA INFANTERIA,

      - enseñadas al primer Cuerpo de Ejército por su Comandante General. Barcelona, Imprenta de Ramón Martín Indar, 1841, 15x21, 159 pp. 34 láminas, muchas de ellas plegadas, con figuras y 26 pp con la explicación de las figuras. Encuadernado en plena pasta española con tejuelo. (34764).

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        Kathedrale ('Cathedrale De Chartres. - Gustave Simoneau del. et lith. - Imprime par Simonau, Lithographe-Editeur rue aux Choux, 68, a Bruxelles.').

      . Lithographie v. Gustave Simonau b. P. Simonau in Brüssel, dat. 1841 (1843), 70 x 51 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request).

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        History of Europe from the commencement of the French Revolution in M.DCC.LXXXIX. to the Restoration of the Bourbons in M.DCCC.XV. (10 Tomes - Complet)

      Baudry's European Library, Stassin et Xavier 1841 - 10 vol in-8 reliure demi-basane verte, Baudry's European Library, Stassin et Xavier, Paris, 1841-1842 Edition originale. Complet. Etat satisfaisant (dos frottés avec qq. accrocs) Langue: Anglais [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelle vénerie Normande

      Avranches, E. Tostain, Imprimeur - Editeur, 1841. In - 8, demi - basane, dos lisse orné de filets et titre dorés, viii p., 407 p., bandeaux. Edition originale. Dos insolé. La Ie partie présente les chiens courants normands et anglais, leur élevage, dressage, le piqueur, le valet limier... La IIe est consacrée a la chasse du lièvre, du cerf, du chevreuil, du sanglier, du loup, du renard, la troisième partie à la pathologie canine la IVe la législation, la Ve au vocabulaire du veneur, enfin la VIé :souvenirs d'un chasseur, chasse au sanglier, une Saint - Hubert à Chantilly et une chasse au blaireau. Thiébaud, 578. ,Cet ouvrage faisait partie de la bibliothèque du Commandant Garnier, lui - même auteur cynégétique à qui l'on doit le "Traité complet de la chasse aux alouettes" & "176 anecdotes cynégétiques". Français relié Bon état

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        Karte der Königreiche Ungarn, Croatien, Slavonien und den Militärgränzen.

      Wien, Selbstverlag und Bermann & Sohn, um 1841.. Landkarte in typometrischem Mehrfarbendruck, Bildausschnitt 74,5 x 99 cm. So nicht bei Szantai, Atlas Hungaricus (alle Varianten dort mit dem Titel "Karte der Königreiche ... und den Militairgrenzen"); zu Raffelsberger (od. Raffelsperger) siehe ÖBL VIII/389f. Seltene Karte aus dem typografischen Landkartenverlag von Franz Raffelsberger, größere Verbreitung erlangten seine Karten fast ausschließlich durch sein "Allgemeines geographisch-statistisches Lexikon aller Österreichischen Staaten" dem die Karten beigegeben waren; sehr detailreiche Karte von Ungarn und den angrenzenden Regionen, zeigt wie üblich auch die heutige Slowakei und das Burgenland sowie große Teile von Kroatien und Rumänien (Banat); in ursprünglich 4 Blatt erschienen, diese zerschnitten und auf Leinen aufgezogen, faltbar eingerichtet, teils unterschiedlich fleckig, ein Kartensegment verfärbt, sonst gut erhalten.

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

      Paris Troupenas [PN T. 1106 (No. 1-10)] [1841-1842]. Folio. Recently bound in half dark tan leather with dark navy blue cloth boards, raised bands on spine in compartments gilt, titling gilt. 1f. (title), 1f. (recto Catalogue thematique de Morceaux, verso blank), 77, [i] (blank) pp. Binding slightly crude. Browning and foxing throughout; previous owner's signature to upper outer corner of front free endpaper.. First Edition of the second version. 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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        Walker&#39;s County Maps: Worcestershire

      81 - London - Longman and Co, 1841. 81 - London - Longman and Co, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce fold out map of Worcestershire, which is hand coloured. The map is sectioned into fifteen parts and is mounted on linen. There is a titlepage with local information to the front pastedown. With a bookseller&#39;s label for Edward Stanford, London, to the titlepage. With a key, scale, reference to divisions and hundreds, local and polling information, and an inset map of detached parts of the county. Undated, with the population figures for 1841 ruled through, and Parliamentary Divisions for 1881 pasted onto the map. Condition: Bound in cloth, with a printed paper label to the front board. Externally,a littleshelfwear. Internally, firmly bound and bright and clean. Slight loss tomargins of titlepage, not affecting text. &#39;Local Collection&#39; ink stamp to rear of map. Overall: NEAR FINE..

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        Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians by George Catlin, Written during Eight Years Travel Amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America, 1832-39, with Four Hundred Illustrations, carefully engraved from his Original Paintings. and Coloured after Nature

      London: Printed by the Author at Egyptian Hall, Picadilly, 1841 [c.1890?]. London: Printed by the Author at Egyptian Hall, Picadilly, 1841 [c.1890?]. Two volume set. 264, 266pp. Small quartos [26 cm] Navy blue cloth with gilt stamped titles on the front boards and backstrips. Gilt stamped portraits of two warriors on horseback on both front boards. Complete with three maps and 400 lithographs in color. Near fine. The title pages of both volumes state 1841, but we believe these were likely published in the early 1890s. The title page is in two colors and the typography is more modern than the 1841 edition. The issued binding is distinctly late 19th century, but not the 1876 edition. The plates of this edition are full-color and bright, with no wear or tearing. & & A young lawyer turned portraitist, George Catlin traveled west from his home Pennsylvania in 1830 to fulfill his dream of recording on canvas the North American Indian and their way of life. It was his desire , he said, to paint "faithful portraits of their principal personages, both men and women, from each tribe, views of their villages, games, etc., and [to keep] full notes on their character and history. I designed, also, to procure their costumes, and a complete collection of their manufactures and weapons, and to perpetuate them in a Gallery Unique, for the use and instruction of future ages."& & In Saint Louis, Catlin met superintendent of Indian Affairs William Clark, with whom he went to Prairie du Chien for the negotiation of peace treaties with a number of tribes - Sioux, Missouri, Omaha, Iowa, and the Sac and Fox. In the fall of 1830, Catlin found himself at Fort Leavenworth, where he met and painted some of the eastern woodland Indians - Shawnees, Delawares, Kickapoos, and Potawatamies - who ere being forcibly emigrated from their old homes to new lands beyond the Missouri. Before the smallpox epidemic of 1832, Catlin visited the tribes of the lower Missouri and Platte Rivers - the Otoes, Missouris, Omahas, and Pawnees.& & During 1832 Catlin was able to travel aboard the steamboat Yellowstone, for a stay among the Indians of the Upper Missouri Basin - notably the Blackfoot, Crow, and Mandan. In 1834, he reached Fort Gibson, Arkansas, where he recorded some of the nearby Osages; and later in the year he accompanied Colonel Henry Dodge, who commanded a force of United States Dragoons on a visit to the Kiowas, Comanches, and Wichitas, on the Arkansas and Red Rivers. In 1836, Catlin went north to Minnesota, where he painted a number of Winnebagoes and Menominees, and visited the famed Pipestone Quarry. During the following year, he visited South Carolina, and Particularly Fort Moultrie, where there were imprisoned many Seminoles, captured during the long hostilities in Florida.& & By the end of the decade, the project had reached its conclusion. The result was Catlin&#39;s "Indian Gallery" consisting of an enormous collection of artifacts, of tools, implements, ceremonial equipment, weapons, and costumes, as well as more than four hundred paintings - scenes of tribal life in addition to the portraits. Shortly after taking his whole "Gallery" to England for an extended period, Catlin published the first of his many editions of &#39;Letters and Notes&#39;, which had begun as a series of articles that began in 1837. Variant of Wagner/Camp 84.2 (c.1890).

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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and the New Testaments AND The Book of Common Prayer

      Oxford: Printed at the University Press by Samuel Collingwood and Co. 1841 - The Bible was published in 1841, the Common Prayer in 1842. The Bible is printed in Ruby 24's; the Common Prayer in Long Primer 24's. Size of each: 3 ¼ in. x 5 ¾ in. Not paginated. On the recto of the rear free end-paper of the Bible there is a penciled inscription reading: "N. Brown. From the Miss Burdetts 1844." The same inscription is on the verso of the front free end-paper of the Common Prayer. Each is bound in full dark blue velvet with brass mountings including a working brass hinge, a small title shield, and brass edgings. The inside of the covers show doublures featuring white watered silk, surrounded by blue velvet; the free end-papers show white watered silk with gilt bordering. All edges gilt. The Bible has three white silk place markers; the Common Prayer has one similar place marker. The books are preserved in a black leather-covered folding box with two compartments and an engraved brass clasp. The compartments are lined with blue silk. The box shows light wear to the edges. The books are so fine that the word "exquisite" is appropriate. The Bible is the Authorized King James Version. The combined weight is 2 ½ lbs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelle pharmacopée et posologie homoeopathiques, ou de la préparation des médicamens homoeopathiques et de l'administration des doses.

      Paris, J.-B. Baillière, 1841 - Paris, J.-B. Baillière, 1841 ; 1 vol. in-12, XIV, 328 pp., demi-basane de l'époque, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, petit manque en queue du dos, mors fottés, coiffes usées, quelques rousseurs, état satisfaisant. Édition originale rare de cette importante pharmacopée homéopathique(3 exemplaires au Catalogue Collectif de France ; la BnF ne possède que les 2e et 3e éditions, parues en 1853 et 1862). Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr (1801-1875), né en Saxe, étudia la médecine à Bonn et devint élève de Hahnemann. Il aurait décidé de son orientation professionnelle après avoir été guéri par un homéopathe. Il séjourna à Paris à partir de 1840, puis se réfugia en Belgique lors de la guerre de 1870. Rozet, Bibliographie de l¿homéopathie, A 432. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Kunst, Vögel als Bälge zu bereiten, auszustopfen, aufzustellen und aufzubewahren.

      . Nebst einer kurzen Anleitung, Schmetterlinge und Käfer zu fangen, zu präpariren, aufzustellen und aufzubewahren. Mit Benutzung des von P. Evans zu Paris 1841 erschienenen Werkchens nach den genauesten Beobachtungen der Natur und Langjährigen Erfahrungen dargestellt. Weimar 1842. VIII + 152 pp. Contemporary paperbinding with handwritten paperlabel on spine. Old name on endpaper and titlepage..

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        The Deerslayer: A Tale

      Paris: Baudry's European Library, 1841. Paris: Baudry&#39;s European Library, 1841 Book. Very Good (+) Book. Quarter Leather. First Or First Thus Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. COLLECTION OF ANCIENT AND MODERN BRITISH AUTHORS. VOL. CCCXXVII. THE DEERSLAYER: A TALE. BY J. FENIMORE COOPER, ESQ. PARIS:BAUDRY&#39;S EUROPEAN LIBRARY. Spine leather with six compartments, gilt title & author with stylish paper marbled cover and marbled endpapers. Cover is nice and lightly rubbed/scuffed at spine leather edge. Text is clean and unmarked with light to moderate foxing. Small pasted sheet at front endpaper with four of his other titles written in cursive. About 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 with 415 pp. TEXT IS IN ENGLISH. Very scarce first European edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Key to the Picture of The Melton Hunt; Engraved in the finest style of Mezzotint by W. Humphrys, from the Original in the Collection of His Grace the Duke of Wellington - painted by Francis Grant

      London: Henry Graves and Co, 1841. London: Henry Graves and Co, 1841. (FOXHUNTING) 8vo. Frontispiece numbered Key plate, The Melton Hunt. Etched by Landells after the celebrated painting. 8 pp. Pink printed wrappers, titled Craven&#39;s Key to the Picture of the Melton Hunt. Nineteenth century Roxburghe style binding, quarter red morocco and green cloth boards. Fine. Bookplate of Ormond Blyth. Siltzer pp. 129-30; Schwerdt III, 84, note: "with this picture there is a pamphlet entitled -" Not in OCLC, not in BL . The Melton Hunt Going to Draw the Ram&#39;s Head Cover by Sir Francis Grant (1810-1878), painter and president of the Royal Academy, was exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1839. Of Grant, who is buried at Melton Mowbray, Siltzer notes that he was usually neglected by authors of books on sporting pictures, and writes (after many anecdotes of sporting life at Melton) that he "must have met most of these notabilites, so that in all these diversions from the main point, which is a sketch of the painter&#39;s career, we are walking beside him, so to speak, breathing that same sporting atmosphere - in 1839 he showed his Melton Hunt. Engravings have been made from both these pictures, but we will deal with the Melton Meet. There is a key to this engraving, and as keys usually get lost -" The Key identifies 37 participants in the Meet. This note and a passing mention in the Schwerdt catalogue are the only references to the Key; the only institutional copy known to us is in the Virginia Museum of the Fine Arts, which holds the original painting by Grant. Rare

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        Nugae Literariae, Prose and Verse

      London - Hamilton, Adams and Co et al, 1841. London - Hamilton, Adams and Co et al, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A fascinating collection of writings from a devout and passionate character. Includes essays, prose and poemson subjects from religion, to the olympic games, to craniology, to Shakespeare. Richard Winter Hamilton (17941848) was a Congregational minister. A pious youth, in 1810 he entered Hoxton Academy to study for the ministry. He began to preach early, and when only nineteen delivered the anniversary oration at the Hoxton College chapel. In January 1815 he was chosen to be minister of Albion Independent Chapel, Leeds, where he became a popular preacher. Hamilton&#39;s sermons on French protestants (1816) and the death of Princess Charlotte (1817) attracted a good deal of attention. He was an original member, and sometime president, of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society (established 1821), to which he presented several papers, including An essay on craniology in December 1825. A selection of these papers was published as Nugae literariae in 1841. He was prolific writer of sermons, speeches and essays throughout his life, and undertook many tours on behalf of the London Missionary Society. The following winter he published Horae et vindiciae sabbaticae, or, Familiar Disquisitions on the Revealed Sabbath. Hamilton was a man of real ability, and at his death one of the most prominent men in his denomination. DNBCondition: In a half crushed morocco binding with marbled boards. Externally, a trifle rubbed. The hinges are strained but holdingfirm. Internally, firmly bound. Bright and clean with just the odd spot. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Die Provinz Pommern in Landschaftl. Darstellungen, nach der Natur gezeichnet, gestochen und herausgegeben von W. H. Rossmässler.

      Berlin, C. Heymann; E. S. Mittler,1841.. 2 Teile in einem Band. 25,5x22 cm. Frontispiz, 9 Bll., 42 Textseiten mit 31 Stichen (von 35); 3 Bll., 24 Textseiten mit 23 Stahlstichen. Blindgeprägter Leinenband mit goldenem, verblasstem Rückentitel. Ecken und Vorderkanten bestoßen. Rücken etwas verblasst, Leinen leicht berieben. Innen durchgehend etwas stockfleckig, 1. Titelseite mit Stahlstich stärker. Im ersten Teil fehlen die Stiche 29 und 31-33.. Preussen in landschaftlichen Darstellungen, nach eigenen Zeichnungen in Stahl gestochen und herausgegeben von Rossmaesler. 1. Band, 1. Abteilung: Rügen mit 31 von 35 Stahlstichen. 1. Band, 2. Abteilung: Die Provinz Schlesien mit 23 (alles) Stahlstichen. Nach ADB Friedrich Roßmaesler zugeschrieben, obschon sich der Urheber desselben W. H. Roßmäsler, ohne Hinzufügung des Vornamens Friedrich, nennt. (KVK) Titelblatt mit großer gestochener Illustration verschiedener pommerscher und preußischer Wappen.

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