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        The Poetical Works of John Keats

      London: William Smith, 1841. London: William Smith,, 1841. Octavo (170 × 104). Bound in hard-grained dark green morocco by Riviere & Son (Bayntun) with the original cloth and spine bound in at the rear, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, boards double ruled in gilt, top edge gilt, dentelle turn-ins. Monochrome frontispiece. Spine faded, very minor foxing to the frontispiece. An excellent copy. A handsomely bound copy of Keats's poetry.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        "Die Ringer". Kniestücke der drei Teilnehmer am Ringkampf auf der Bühne des königlichen Hoftheaters in München am 13. Januar 1841: links "Simon Meisinger von Traunstein", mittig der französische Ringer Jean Dupuis, rechts "Anton Feucht von der Georgenschwaige", darunter sechszeilige Legende.

      . Altkol. Lithographie von Gustav Kraus, 1841, 23 x 43 cm.. Pressler 481, mit Abb.; nicht bei Maillinger; Lentner 1250; Slg. Proebst 1577 und Abb. 60. - "Simmerl" Meisinger war Hausknecht vom Faberbräu. Der Franzose hatte 500 Gulden ausgesetzt für denjenigen, "welcher ihn im Ringen besiege". Meisinger bewies, "daß Bayern keine fremde Herkules braucht, indem es viele kräftige und tapfere Männer besitzt". - Mehrere Einrisse im Randbereich sehr sorgfältig und unauffällig geschlossen, das Altkolorit teilweise etwas aufgefrischt. In zeitgenössischem dunklen Rahmen.

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        TA., Blick vom Flussufer auf die Stadt mit derSchönburg im Hintergrund.

      . Aquarell, 1841, 16,5 x 22,3. Leicht naive Darstellung aus dem Erinnerungsalbum einer Freifrau. - Alt auf ein Untersatzkarton montiert und kaschiert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        London

      44 - London - Charles Knight, 1841. 44 - London - Charles Knight, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A profusely illustrated set of Charles Knight'sLondon, containing various articles and essays on London life, as well asits buildings and people. Uniformly bound in their original publishers' cloth bindings. Charmingly illustrated throughout the text and featuring a beautifully engraved frontispiece to volume one. Charles Knight was an English publisher, editor and author. The son of a bookseller and printer at Windsor, he was apprenticed to his father. On completion of his indentures he took up journalism and had an interest in several newspaper speculations, including the Windsor, Slough and Eton Express. Besides many illustrated editions of standard works, including in 1842 an edition of the works of William Shakespeare entitled The Pictorial Shakspere, Knight published a variety of illustrated works, such as Old England and The Land we Live in and The Pictorial Gallery of Arts - Useful Arts, and London. With the original publishers' catalogue to the start of volume six. Complete in six volumes. Condition: In original publishers' cloth bindings with gilt lettering to the spines. Externally, all volumes are rubbed and with wear to the spines. Some loss to the backstrips, with the backstrip to volume four having come away. All joints are strained, with the rear hinge to volume six failed, as well as both hinges failing to volume two. Rear board is detached to volume one, and withboth boards detached to volume four. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound and bright, with only occasional spotting. Bookseller's label to the front pastedown of volume one. Overall:FAIR.

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        1841 3 Vol EUROPEAN HISTORY Archibald ALISON French Rev

      Paris - Baudry's European Library, 1841. Paris - Baudry's European Library, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The first three volumes of the History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution by Archibald Alison. Bound in quarter leather and marbled paper-covered boards, with gilt lettering and decoration to the spine. Volumes I to III of X. From the 'Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors', Volume CCCXXXI to CCCXXXIII. Of Alison's History of Europe, the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography tells us, his work offered the first survey of the revolution in English, and several editions won huge sales on both sides of the Atlantic. Sir Archibald Alison, 1st Baronet, 1792 1867, was a British lawyer, who held several prominent legal appointments, an historian and baronet. After studying under a private tutor, and at the University of Edinburgh, he was, in 1814, called to the Bar, at which he ultimately attained some distinction, becoming in 1834 Sheriff of Lanarkshire. In 1853, he received a Honorary Doctorate of Civil Law by the University of Oxford. When travelling in France in 1814 he conceived the idea of his History of Europe. The work was popular and translated into many languages, including Arabic and Hindostee. Alison was also the author of a life of Marlborough, and of two standard works on the criminal law of Scotland. He was elected Lord Rector successively of Marischal College, Aberdeen, and of the University of Glasgow. In 1852 he was created a baronet, during Lord Derby's administration. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm. There is some mild wear to the extremities, including some mild bumping and rubbing. Internally the pages are bright, with scattered spotting that does not affect the visibility of the text. There is an ink signature on the front free-endpapers of volumes 1 and 3. Overall the condition is very good..

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        The School of Abuse by Stephen Gosson,

      London - Reprinted for the Shakespeare Society, 1841. London - Reprinted for the Shakespeare Society, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Two uncommon works reprinted by the Shakespeare Society from Gosson and Heywood. Bound in cloth with gilt lettering and blindstamped decoration. Bound by Westley, Son, and Jarvis,with a bookbinder's label on the rear pastedown. This volume contains:The School of Abuse, containing A Pleasant Invective against Poets, Pipers, Players, Jesters, &c, by Stephen Gosson and An Apology for Actors. In Three Books. by Thomas Heywood. Stephen Gosson, 1554 - 1624, is described by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography as an anti-theatrical polemicist and Church of England clergyman and of The School of Abuse, Gosson's most telling pointthat the judgement of art necessarily relies on an understanding of human naturewould become the key issue of dramatic criticism until the Restoration. Thomas Heywood, d. 1641, was a prominent English playwright, actor, and author whose peak period of activity falls between late Elizabethan and early Jacobean theatre, whose literary career is described as astonishing not only for its length (nearly fifty years), but for the sheer range of Heywood's output, covering nearly all the genres available to him. Condition: The binding is generally firm. There is mild wear to the extremities, including mild bumping and discolouration. Internally the pages have some slight browning with the occasional spot, becoming most prominent to the first and last few pages. There is an ink signature on the front pastedown. Overall the condition is very good..

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        "Die Isar beim Prater". Blick auf Gasteig, Auer Kirche, den Prater und die Kürassier Kaserne, im Vordergrund Isarlandschaft, im Hintergrund die Zugspitze.

      . Lithographie mit Tonplatte von A. E. Kirchner, 1841, 29 x 44,5 cm.. Maillinger II,204,3; Pfister II,281,6; Lentner 1176,6; nicht bei Slg. Proebst. - "Sehr seltene Folge von hervorragend schönen Blättern, die z.T. sehr hoch bezahlt werden" (Lentner). - Am unteren Rand rechts hinterlegte Einrisse im weißen Rand, im Himmel links oben kleines Rostfleckchen. Schöner, kräftiger Druck dieses raren Blattes.

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        Elements of Electro-Metallurgy, or the Art of Working in Metals by the Galvanic Fluid; Containing the laws regulating the reduction of the metals, the states in which the deposit may take place, the apparatus to be employed, and the application of electro-metallurgy to manufactures; with minute descriptions of the process for electro-gilding, plating, coppering &c; the method of etching by galvanism, the art of working in gold, silver, platinum and copper, with full directions for conducting the electrotype

      London: E. Palmer and Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Longman, 1841. London: E. Palmer and Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Longman, 1841. First edition, xviii, 163, [3], iv, 64, [2]pp., 1 plate, woodcuts, a couple of old library stamps, orig. cloth, rebacked with orig. spine laid-down. Includes: "Palmer's new catalogue with three hundred engravings of apparatus illustrative of chemistry, pneumatics... manufactured and sold by him", London, 1840, [iv, 63p] at end. Alfred Smee (1818-1877) chemist and surgeon. "His interest in chemistry and electricity, inspired by the physicist John Daniell (1790–1845), led him to develop a new battery cell. He described this in papers to the Royal Society who awarded him the Isis gold medal in 1840... The cell, made from plates of zinc, together with silver coated with platinum and an electrolyte of sulphuric acid, was found to be simple to operate, requiring little attention, and economical in use. It produced a steady current and, though less powerful than the cell developed by William R. Grove (1811–1896), it became very popular commercially for the production of electrotypes."—(ODNB). Wheeler Gift, 1006a; Gernsheim, 654 (Contains a chapter entitled 'On multiplication of the daguerreotype', pp. 134-3.).

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        Costumes du Grand-Duche de Bade et des Bords du Rhin.

      Paris, Gihaut, 1841.. 41 x 30 cm. Mit altkolor. lithographiertem Titel und 12 altkolor. lithographierten Tafeln. Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Rückentitel.. Nicht bei Lipperheide. - Seltene Folge mit schönen Trachtendarstellungen. - Einband etwas fleckig und bestoßen. Die Tafeln sehr sauber, breitrandig und frisch. Herrliches Altkolorit!

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        Bagnères-de-Bigorre sous le rapport médical et topographique et les autres principaux établissements thermaux des Pyrénées, avec une carte et des gravures.

      Bagnères, Dossun 1841 - In-12 [164 x 109 mm]. Collation : Frontispice, X, (2), 506 pp., 4 planches, 1 carte, 2 tableaux. Broché, couverture imprimée. Edition originale. Les deux tiers de l'ouvrage sont consacrés à la topographie des Pyrénées, de la vallée d'Aspe au Val d'Aran, avec des récits d'ascensions. Illustré par une carte dépliante et 5 charmantes gravures en lithographie. De rares rousseurs. Très bon exemplaire, tel que paru. Dendaletche, Pyrénées, Guide bibliographique illustré, 1134 : "La seconde partie rend ce livre important. Ouvrage parfaitement documenté et illustré, à la typographie très élégante. A réhabiliter ! Rare". Labarère 914. // You can browse all my books on latude.net [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Essai sur l'architecture des Arabes et des Mores, en Espagne, en Sicile, et en Barbarie.

      Paris, Hauser 1841 - In-4. Collation : (2), (XII), 208, (XXVIII), (3) pp., 28 pl. h-t. Toile verte, dos orné. (Reliure de l'époque.) Première édition. Illustré par 28 planches hors texte lithographiées dont 2 en couleurs. Une charnière légèrement fendue. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        Histoire d'Alger et de la piraterie des Turcs dans la Méditerranée à dater du seizième siècle.

      - Paris, Paulin, 1841. 2 volumes in-8, XII-447-522 p., demi-chagrin rouge, titres doré (rousseurs). Livre de prix (ville de Paris, collège municipal Chaptal). * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Langue : Français

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        Gesamtans., "Neumagen".

      . altgouachierte Aquatinta v. R. Bodmer n. C. Bodmer, 1841, 9,4 x 14,6. Sehr schönes Altkolorit.

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        Gesamtans., "Gröff und die Ruinen des Wolfersklosters".

      . altgouachierte Aquatinta v. R. Bodmer n. C. Bodmer, 1841, 9,1 x 13,7. Links die Grabkapelle der Grafen v. Kesselstadt und auf der anderen Moselseite die Ruine des Wolfersklosters. - Sehr schönes Altkolorit.

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        Gesamtans., "Cochem".

      . Aquatinta v. R. Bodmer n. C. Bodmer, 1841, 9,5 x 14,1. Seltene, in Blau und Schwarz gedruckte Ansicht.

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        (Schloss Eltz).

      . altgouachierte Aquatinta v. R. Bodmer n. C. Bodmer, 1841, 9,2 x 13,5. Blick aus dem Eltzbachtal ( v. Süden her ) zur Burg, rechts im Hgr. die Ruine der Trutzeltz. - Hier in schönem Altkolorit, bis zur Bildkante beschnitten und montiert.

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        St. Nikolaushospital in Kues von Bernkastel durch einen Torbogen gesehen; links die Pfarrkirche St. Brictius.

      . altkolorierter Aquatinta v. Hegi n. Carl Bodmer b. J. Hölscher in Koblenz, 1841, 9,5 x 13,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request).

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        Vingt jours en Sicile.

      Paris, Debécourt 1841 - In-8. Collation : XIV, 441, (1) pp. Veau rouge, dos à nerfs orné, armes sur les plats. (Reliure de l'époque de Bourlier.) Première édition de ce rare voyage, probablement tiré à compte d'auteur. Très bel exemplaire aux armes sur les plats de la reliure du grand bibliophile Guillaume-Gabriel Pavée de Vandeuvre (1779-1870). // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        Gedichte eines Lebendigen. Mit einer Dedikation an den Verstorbenen. 200 S.; 2 Bl.,176 S. Gr.-8°. 2 Bände. Hübsche, ornamental geprägte grüne Leinenbde d. Z. mit Rückentitel und Rückenvergoldung.

      Zürich und Winterthur, Literarisches Comptoir, 1841-1843.. . Erste Ausgabe der zweiten selbständigen Buchveröffentlichung des neben Freiligrath und Weerth "bedeutendsten politischen Dichters des 19. Jahrhunderts" (NDB). Die leidenschaftlichen und polemischen Gedichte machten den Verfasser über Nacht berühmt; kaum ein anderer Versband der Zeit ist mit solcher Begeisterung begrüßt und verbreitet worden wie dieser. Mit ihren Forderungen nach Freiheit und Einheit trafen die Verse genau die Stimmung der jungen Generation. Zornige Empörung gegen die Tyrannei der fürstlichen Despoten lodert durch die Seiten und begeisterte die Jugend ebenso wie die Aufrufe zum Sturz der feudalen und kirchlichen Macht. Für das Erscheinen des ersten Bandes gründete Julius Fröbel mit Hilfe des Burschenschaftlers Follen eigens das "Literarische Comptoir". Durch dieses Buch wurde der Verlag in ganz Deutschland bekannt und der Zufluchtsort für zensurbedrohte Autoren. Mit dem zweiten Band, der, noch seltener als der erste, nach Herweghs Triumphreise durch Deutschland erschien. Auf velinartigem Papier gedruckt und wie fast immer papierbedingt stockfleckig. - Näf S. 89 u. 86. Borst 1985.

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        Bradshaw's Manchester Journal

      Manchester - Bradshaw & Blacklock, 1841. Manchester - Bradshaw & Blacklock, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An interesting compilation ofthis weeklyManchester-based journal. This high quality weekly magazine, founded by George Bradshaw in 1841,is described as a 16-page miscellany of art, science and literature, to sell at the cheap price of a penny-halfpenny a week. It circulated until 1843. Contains each issue of Bradshaw's Manchester Journal from 1st of May - 30th October, 1841. With poetry, discussion of local interest, articles, portraits of public charactersand engraved illustrations. Condition: In a full cloth binding. Externally, a trifle rubbed with a few large marks to the rear board. Corners are bumped. Internally, firmly bound. Light spotting throughout otherwise pages are clean with just the occasional handling mark. One folding map of Lancashire has been torn and neatly repaired with tape. Overall: GOOD..

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        Carta Topografica / di / Civitavecchia / .

      Civitavecchia 1841 - Carta topografica della città e dei dintorni. In quattro fogli sciolti, conservati in custodia di cartoncino rosso mm 578x777

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        Plan von Hamburg und seinen Vorstädten, Lithographie von H. Mahlmann, Berlin 1841-1842.

      . Bildgröße 22 x 37 cm / Blattgröße 28 x 47 cm.. Der detaillierte Plan aus dem Jahre 1841 stammend, unten bezeichnet mit *Die Brandstätte im Mai 1842*, der Plan dahingehend mit rot kolorierter Fläche der Brandstätte ergänzt. Das Blatt gering fleckig, gering fingerfleckig - am Außenrand etwas stärker. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Colin Clink. In three volumes

      London - Richard Bentley, 1841. London - Richard Bentley, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A very scarce first edition of this early Victorian novel, illustrated by Leech and Cruikshank. First Edition. Complete in three volumes. Featuring 14 plates, including a frontispiece to each volume. With half titles to each volume. With the pictorial bookplates of Reuben Jay Flick to the front pastedowns. With bookbinder's stamps for Morrell, London, to the front free endpapers. Charles Hooton (18101847), novelist and journalist, was probably born on 10 May 1810. According to later applications submitted to the Royal Literary Fund, Hooton studied at the Royal Academy of Arts, London. In 1836, while editing a newspaper in Leeds, Hooton published The Adventures of Bilberry Thurland. In 1837 he moved to London and published in Bentley's Miscellany a novel called Colin Clink (republished 1841). As the sub-editor of the True Sun, Hooton wrote a series of articles on the subject of political economy. In 1840 he edited another short-lived paper, The Woolsack, in which he attacked the abuses of the court of chancery. Following the collapse of The Woolsack, Hooton left for Texas, where for nine months he attempted to live off the land, farming, hunting, and fishing. He afterwards undertook newspaper work in New Orleans, New York, and Montreal, but his failing health prompted him to return to England. He wrote a series of ballads for the New Monthly Magazine illustrative of American life and literature, and a novel called Launcelot Wedge, which was running in Ainsworth's Magazine at the time of his death (republished 1849). Hooton's account of his experiences in the United States and Canada was published posthumously as St Louis' Isle, or, Texiana (1847). With his wife, Emily (d. after 1847), he had a child; the Royal Literary Fund archive records that his wife left him after he had attempted to kill her and their child. He died on 16 February 1847 from an overdose of morphine at his father's residence in Nottingham, to which he had been moved having been certified insane while in Texas. According to a late twentieth-century assessment of his writing, his sub-Dickensian fiction, though quirky, has its powerfully atmospheric and comic moments (Sutherland, 305). DNB. Condition: In full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart, some rubbing to the extremities and sunning to the spines. Front joint of volume I very slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound. Generally clean with a few scattered spots and marks prominent to the plates. Overall: GOOD..

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        Old Saint Paul's:

      London - Hugh Cunningham, 1841. London - Hugh Cunningham, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. Old St. Paul's: A Tale of the Plague and the Fireis a novel by William Harrison Ainsworth first serially published in 1841. It is a historical romance that describes the events of the Great Plague of London and the Great Fire of London. With twentylovely engraved illustrations by John Franklin. First edition thus. In three volumes complete. William Harrison Ainsworth (1805 - 1882) was an English historical novelist. Ainsworth briefly tried the publishing business, but soon gave it up and devoted himself to journalism and literature. His first success as a writer came with Rookwood in 1834, which features Dick Turpin as its leading character. A stream of thirty-nine novels followed, the last of which appeared in 1881. Old St. Paul's was not illustrated by George Cruikshank, the illustrator of many of Ainsworth's works, and this caused problems between the two. It is uncertain why Ainsworth did not choose Cruikshank, and Cruikshank criticised Ainsworth in a pamphlet titled Artist and Author (1872). In the work, Cruikshank claims that he originated many of Ainsworth's works along with being the one that came up with the idea for Old St. Paul's and that Ainsworth stole the idea. The original edition was not illustrated, but John Franklin made 20 illustrations for the three volume edition. Cruikshank was originally offered the position of illustrator before Franklin, but he turned it down due to too many prior commitments. Condition: In half morocco bindings with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart but with slight wear to extremities and the odd mark to boards. Front joint starting to one volume with backstrip liftingslightly. Two hinges strained. Internally, firmly bound but with one plate loose to volume one, all plates are present. Bright and generally clean but with offsetting from some plates to opposite pages, the odd spot and handling mark. Overall: GOOD.

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        History of Scotland. In nine volumes

      43 - Edinburgh - William Tait, 1841. 43 - Edinburgh - William Tait, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A complete set of Tytler's pioneering History, which helped set the standard for objective historical research. Second Edition. Complete in nine volumes. Covers the history of Scotland from 1149 - 1603. With the bookplates of Reginald Thornton, Dorchester, to the front pastedowns. Patrick Fraser Tytler (17911849) was a Scottishhistorian. Up to about the time of his first marriage, Tytler was unsure whether to devote himself to literature or history. A turning point for Tytler had come in 1823, while he was staying at Abbotsford as a guest of Walter Scott, who proposed to him that he should write a new history of Scotland. There had been no major one since William Robertson's of 1759. A vast amount of lost information was becoming available again from the herculean labours of Thomas Thomson (17681852), depute clerk register and another leading light of the Bannatyne Club, who had spent twenty years reducing to order the chaotic public records of Scotland. It was now clear that they would permit the entire history of the country to be rewritten, and Scott was anxious for a man energetic, talented, and youthful enough to take on the job. For Tytler it proved indeed to be his life's work. In the way he executed Scott's commission, Tytler helped bring about something of a revolution in British historical method. He did not yet aspire to raise his discipline to fully scientific status, in the manner of the German school founded by Leopold von Ranke later in the century. But he insisted on the primacy of personal research in original sources, and the superiority of these to published memoirs, partisan manifestos, popular memories, and the programmatic morality of the author as the material or the organizing principle of historiography. Utterly dedicated to his task, Tytler set future historians a high example of objectivity in his painstaking scrutiny and strict evaluation of relevant documents. If in writing them up he was understandably inclined to show off the fruits of his exertions, and include a good deal of repetitive or tenuously related citation, he has at least by his unwavering reliability saved many successors from enduring again the tedium to which he so willingly submitted himself. DNB. Condition: In decorative cloth bindings. Externally, sound with slight rubbing. Fading to the spines and margins of the boards. Some marks to the boards. Rear hinge of Volume IV weak. Internally, generally firmly bound although slightly strained in places. Some scattered light foxing. Some chipping to the fore-edge of the pages, not affecting the text. Several pages unopened. Copperplate ink signature to the half title of VolumeII. Overall: GOOD..

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        The History of England

      London - T. Cadell, 1841. London - T. Cadell, 1841 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A complete set of Smollett's history of England, spanning from the reign of William and Mary in 1689 to the death of George II in 1760. The works were originally designed as a continuation of the work of David Hume, an eminent historian of the eighteenth century. Hume's works ended with the deposition of the Catholic James II in favour of his Protestant sister Mary, and her Dutch husband William of Orange. 'In fourteen months from 1755 to 1757 Smollett wrote his four-volume Complete History of England, having instructed his servant to deny me to all those with whom I had no express business (Letters, 46). Revised in 1758, the Complete History was offered for sale in 100 sixpenny weekly pamphlets, and by 28 September 1758 he noted with satisfaction that weekly sales exceeded 10,000 copies (ibid. , 73), realizing 500 for the author. Hume wrote to Andrew Millar, bookseller, of this extraordinary run upon Dr. Smollett (Hume, Letters, 1. 273), and he jocularly reproved William Robertson for replacing him near the historical summit of Parnassus, immediately under Dr. Smollett (ibid. , 1. 302). The success of Smollett's History may be explained by reference to his statement of intent in his prefatory Plan: his approach is factual, not theoretical or philosophical; he will eschew conjecture and national, religious, and political partiality; he will consult only the most legitimate of sources; and his style will make his material accessible. Inevitably there were dissonant voices, and Smollett was accused of being Jacobite and papist, most notably by Thomas Comber. Whig policy towards Scotland, and what he perceived as the corruption of Walpole's administration, had weakened his enthusiasm for the party to which his family was traditionally loyal. Surprised to hear of Glaswegian approval, he predicted the last volume will be severely censured by the west country whigs of Scotland, but he reiterated I have, as far as in me lay, adhered to Truth without espousing any faction (Letters, 65). In 1758 he took charge of the production of a Universal History and contributed the sections on France, Italy, and Germany. ' DNBWith frontispiece to volume I. Complete in four volumes. Condition: In cloth bindings. Externally sound, though with some wear to the spines and bumping to the corners. Slightly rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are quite clean, with just some marginal age-toning and some offsetting from the frontispiece to the title page. Some small closed tears to pages. Many pages unopened. Overall: GOOD..

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        The Modern Builders' Guide.

      William D. Smith, New York 1841 - 119pp. Tan quarter calf over marbled boards, black leather label lettered in gold on the spine, sprinkled edges. Frontispiece and eighty-eight copper engraved plates. Two library stamps on the title page, some scattered foxing throughout, mild offsetting to some of the plates. A very good+ copy. Uncommon. ; Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Essai sur les glaciers et sur le terrain erratique du bassin du Rhone.

      Lausanne, Ducloux, 1841.. (21 x 13,5 cm). (4) X, 363 (richtig 362) (1) S. Mit 23 Abbildungen, 1 gefalteten gestochenen Karte und 8 (1 gefalteten) lithographierten Tafeln. Pappband der Zeit.. Erste Ausgabe. - Charpentier (1786-1855), Professor für Geologie in Lausanne, verbesserte als Direktor der bedeutenden Schweizer Salzminen deutlich deren Effektivität. Zusammen mit Agassiz untersuchte er die Gletscher der Alpen und kam zu dem Ergebnis, dass die Moränen und erratischen Blöcke im Schweizer Flachland durch große Massen von Gletschereis dorthin gebracht worden waren. Trotz einiger kleiner Fehler wurden seine und Agassiz' Beobachtungen zum Ausgangspunkt der modernen Geologie der Eiszeiten. "The scrupulous care with which he weighed the evidence and described the phenomenon of erratic blocks and the function of glaciers in transporting them makes this book a classic" (DSB). - Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig, sonst wohlerhalten. - DSB 3, 211; Poggendorff I, 423

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        15 ottobre 1841 Piazza di Breno Valle Camonica

      Val Camonica 1841 - Disegno n° 64 raffigurante la piazza di Breno, attribuito al famoso pittore bergamasco Pietro Ronzoni (Serina 1781 - Bergamo 1862). Opera pubblicata in "La Bergamasca / e dintorni / di / Pietro Ronzoni" di Lanfranco Ravelli critico d'arte bergamasco. Pubblicazione di 60 disegni edita sia dalla Banca di Bergamo che dalla Galleria Previtali di Bergamo. Montato in elegante cornice di ciliegio chiaro della misura di cm. 34x44. Al disegno è allegato uno dei volumi prima citati su cui è stato pubblicato mm 190x280

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        "Die St. Michaelskirche und die Academie". Michaelskirche mit dem Gebäude der Jesuiten-Akademie und Blick zum Karlstor.

      . Lithographie mit Tonplatte von A. E. Kirchner, 1841, 38 x 30 cm.. Maillinger II,204,12; Pfister II,281,11; Lentner 1176,11; nicht bei Slg. Proebst. - "Sehr seltene Folge von hervorragend schönen Blättern, die z.T. sehr hoch bezahlt werden" (Lentner). - Mit sehr hübscher Figurenstaffage. Breitrandig und gut erhalten!

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        Danmark. Et malerisk Atlas tegnede efter Naturen af C. F. Christensen, ledsaget med poetiske Vignetter af J. L. Heiberg. 1. bd.

      . Kbhvn., H. J. Bing & Sön, 1841-43. Med litograferet titelblad og 21 topografiske stalstik af J. Gray. (2) + 104; 12 s. I 6 orig. hefter, enkelte foromsl. löse og defekte. * Blandt de mange fine prospekter kan fremhaeves Christiansborg, Börsen, Rundetarn, Det kgl. Teater, Charlottenlund, Möens Klint og Vallö. Af andet bind udkom kun 1. hft. med 3 prospekter., der kun sjaeldent ses. Enkelte plancher lidt brunplettede, ellers fint rent ekspl..

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        Das Preußische Vaterland. Bunte Erzählungen aus Preußen's Vergangenheit, Sagen von Städten, Burgen und Klöstern aus den Tagen der Heiden und Ritterzeit und der neueren Geschichte, nebst einer Gallerie von werthvollen, zum Text gehörigen Stahlstichen.

      Kecht Berlin 1841. Halbleinen 330 S. Guter Zustand, Besitzvermerk im Vorsatz., Fraktur/ Altdeutsche Schrift., Mit 37 Stahlstichen. Privater Einband. Papier stark braun- und fingerfleckig. Vorsatzpapier und 1 Seite mit kleiner Fehlstelle. 1 S. oben tintenfleckig..

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        Russisches ABC- und Lesebuch für die deutsche Jugend der Ostseeprovinzen.

      Dorpat, Schünmanns Witwe 1841.. Zweite verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage. Mit einer Buchstabentafel. 148 S. HLdr. d. Zt.. Glück, Deutschlernen in Russland und in den baltischen Ländern RUS 147. - Die erste Auflage erschien 1838 in Dorpat bei Kluge. Vorliegende Auflage nicht im KVK, für mich nur in der estnischen Nationalbibliothek in Tallin nachweisbar. - Berieben und bestoßen, Rücken beschädigt und mit Fehlstellen. Fleckig, wenige Blätter mit kleineren Randläsuren. Gebrauchsspurig.

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        Om Begrebet Ironi med stadigt Hensyn til Socrates.

      . Orig. udgave. Kbhvn. 1841. 350 s. Meget rent eksemplar indbundet i smukt samtidigt halvlaeder med guldstreger pa ryggen. Gammelt navn pa friblad.<br>1st edition. Very clean copy bound in nice contemporary halfleather with gold on spine. Old name on flyleaf. * Himmelstrup 8.<br>Salgseksemplar uden 'Theser' (skal heller ikke vaere der).<br>Sales copy without 'Theser' (which is not supposed to be included)..

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        A Full and Accurate Report of the Trial of William P. Darnes, on an.

      1841 - Rufus Choate's Copy [Trial]. Darnes, William P., Defendant. Nelson, Thomas S., Reporter. A Full and Accurate Report of the Trial of William P. Darnes, On an Indictment Found by the Grand Jury of St. Louis County, At the September Term, 1840, Of the Criminal Court of Said County, On a Charge of Manslaughter in the Third Degree, For the Death of Andrew J. Davis, (Late of Northboro', Mass.) In the City of St. Louis, On the First of June, 1840. Boston: Saxton and Peirce, 1841. 269 pp. Octavo (7-3/4" x 5"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in printed wrappers, untrimmed edges. A few chips to extremities, front joints starting, some wear to foot of spine, interior notably bright. "R. Choate" to head of front wrapper and title page, interior otherwise clean. * Second and final edition. Davis was the well-known owner of a St. Louis newspaper that published several highly critical columns about Darnes, an important local politician. Enraged, Darnes attacked Davis on the street with an iron rod, striking him in the head. Rushed to a hospital, Davis was operated on, but died a few days later. Darnes was indicted. The trial lasted two weeks and engaged some of the best lawyers and medical experts in the area. The case turned on whether Davis died from the blow or his medical treatment. Both sides offered a strong case. In the end Darnes was convicted of fourth-degree manslaughter and fined [1799-1859], the great Massachusetts lawyer and statesman. He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1831-34, U.S. Senator from 1841-45 and Attorney General of Massachusetts from 1853-54. This case not in McDade. Stevens, St. Louis, The Fourth City, 1764-1911 I:369-70. Catalogue of the Library of the Harvard Law School (1909) II:1057. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Das Eisenbahnwesen, oder Abbildungen und Beschreibungen von den vorzüglichsten Dampf-, Munitions-, Transport- und Personenwagen, von Schienen, Stühlen, Drehscheiben... die auf den Eisenbahnen England's, Deutschland's, Frankreich's, Belgien's etc. in Anwendung stehen. 3 Teile und Tafeln in zusammen 2 Bänden.

      Weimar, Voigt, 1841-48.. (40,5 x 25,5 und 46 x 31 cm). IV, 104 S.; (4) 8 S.; (4) 49 S. Mit 54 doppelblattgroßen lithographierten Tafeln. Halblederbände der Zeit.. Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieses bedeutenden und umfassenden Werkes, mit den beiden Supplementen sehr selten. - Jaques Eugene Armengaud (1810-1891), Professor und Ingenieur in Paris, zählt zu den bedeutendsten technischen Schriftstellern seiner Zeit. Mit vorliegendem Werk, das genaue Beschreibungen der neuesten technischen Entwicklungen enthält, liefert er "Beschreibungen der damals gebauten Lokomotiven, die heute noch sehr aufschlußreich sind" (Matschoß). Die nicht nur durch ihre Größe beeindruckenden Tafeln u.a. mit vielen schönen und detaillierten Darstellungen von Lokomotiven. - Stempel auf Titeln. Text vereinzelt gering stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt. Tafeln weitgehend sauber. Einbände etwas berieben und bestoßen. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Poggendorff III, 41

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        Dictionnaire universel et raisonné de marine, par une société de savans et de marins

      Au bureau du dictionnaire de marine 1841 - In-4 (19.5x29.5 cm), relié demi-veau, titre et auteur dorés au dos lisse orné de liserés dorés, 680 pages, ouvrage renfermant des recherches historiques sur l'origine, le développement et l'influence de la marine des différentes nations, bien complet des 18 planches, deux dernières planches en couleurs, envoi à l'amiral Ducrest de Villeneuve ; coiffes, coins et coupes frottés, traces de frottement sur les plats, mors et dos à peine frottés, pâles rousseurs à l'intérieur, bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ueber die comprimirte Luft als universelle Triebkraft und unentgeldliches Ersatzmittel der Dampfkraft... Deutsch von C. H. Schmidt.

      Weimar, Voigt, 1841.. 8°. IV, 103 S., 5 S. Anzeigen. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Pappband der Zeit.. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Zuerst beschreiben die beiden Autoren die Möglichkeit, komprimierte Luft als Antriebskraft zu nutzen. Danach zeigen sie deren Anwendung bei der Eisenbahn, auf gewöhnlichen Straßen, bei Schiffen und Luftschiffen, in der Landwirtschaft, im Krieg sowie im Bergbau auf. Andraud schlägt 1854 auch vor, komprimierte Luft als Bremskraft zu verwenden. - Mit radiertem Stempel auf Titel. Stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Vgl. Darmstaedter 545

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        Deutsches eheliches Güterrecht

      Druck undVerlag der Schulzeschen Buchhandlung, Oldenburg, 1841,, 1908. Hardcover,, Kanten bestoßen, Einband berieben, Besitzerstempel auf dem Vorblatt, vorderen Seite leicht fleckig, ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut erhalten, 544 S., 13x21 cm. 544 Seiten, Kanten bestoßen, Einband berieben, Besitzerstempel auf dem Vorblatt, vorderen Seite leicht fleckig, ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut erhalten

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        Ermordung der Hl. Ursula in Köln durch die Hunnen. I.Hgr. links Domturm mit Kran und Domchor.

      . altkolorierte u. eiweißgehöhte Lithographie v. Ghemar n. Hans Memling, 1841, 37 x 27,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request).

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