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        MAP OF CHINA COMPILED FORM ORIGINAL SURVEYS AND SKETCHES.

      - London ca.[1841], Wyld. A large copper-engraved,hand colored articulating map, 21 panels, linen cloth backed,in excellent condition, contained in the original red cloth-covered slip- case, with original label, opens to 87.2 x 65.8 cm.R A R E ! WHO WAS JAMES WYLD THE CARTOGRAPHER: . James WYLD the Younger [1812 -1887], was the leading cartographer during the Victorian Age, and he was also appointed "Geographer to the Queen," per the annotation to this map. He was located at Charring Cross East, London. See below for more about Wyld. * THIS IS A LARGE ARTICULATING MAP OF CHINA & SURROUNDING AREA . This is an excellent example of the 'large format' folding map of China. This consists of seven individual map parts to make a single large map. Each part is hand-colored, showing each province in a different color. The water, ocean is in a pale blue. The work is copper-etched printed. In the lower right is a cartouche, showing author, title, miles, British miles and Chinese Li [Chinese miles]. The work is clean and solid without any blemishes. The map displays from just above 40 degrees North, to just below 20 degrees south; from just before 100 degrees west to just past 125 degrees east. . Included in this map from the left is Singpho's Tributary to Birmah, Birmah, Tibet, source of the Hwang Ho [Yellow or the Yangtze River]. . All of the Chinese provinces: Tsing-Hai [Qing hai], Desert of Shammo or Gobi, Sihai or Koko Nor/Blue Lake, Yunnan, Szechuan. Kansu, Hirat Toumei [at the top], Ottous, Chensi, Kweichow, Kwangse, Annam, Hainan, Kwangtung, Honan, Houpe, Honan, Chansi, Petch Li, Chantong, Nganhoei, Kiangsi, Fuhkien, Tche-Kiang and at the top and right: Leao Tong. . COREA, LOO CHOO ISLANDS, FORMOSA, TIBET, BURMA, MONGOLIA, TAIWAN, and related areas: . Showing all of Corea, The Yellow sea and to the far right, Kiusiu [Kyushu, Japan], Quelpart Island [Korea], Loo Choo Islands [Okinawa], Madjicosemah [Tributary to Loo choo Islands], Formosa or Tai Ouan Island, Piscadores, Banks of Formosa, Formosa Channel and the Bashee & Babuyan Islands [Philippines], below that to the tip of Luzon, and the [South] China sea. *** CONDITION: . THE MAP: The map is in original and excellent condition. The whole map is linen cloth backed, with very clean white cloth. The hand-coloring is beautifully applied and done in the period of the map. . *** THE SLIP CASE: . The map folds down to be 12.5 x 21.5 cm., and has two back sides in the same red cloth as the matching red cloth covered slip case has. These two cloth covers are in bright, original condition. These two red cloth panels have four small dark 'thumb pull' marks, where the case is indented to allow the fingers to pull it out of its case. The map has been inserted in both direction, leaving a small darkened thumb pull at teach end, else very clean and solid. . The red cloth-covered slip case matches the above red cloth panels. The slip case is solid. It has the original exterior paper label laid down to the front cover. This label has been exposed as usual, it has some minor dustiness, two small part missing, a couple of nicks here & there, by and large very good. . There are two ink signatures on the slipcase cover label at the top and bottom, reading: . a. Mrs. A.E. Tollemache a relation to Baron Tollemache. b. Alan Sillitoe [1928-2010] a famous British writer. . Please see below for more information on these two famous previous owners. *** . MORE ABOUT JAMES WYLD, THE CARTOGRAPHER: . The Wyld family were the most famous cartographers in Britain since the 18th century. James [the elder] and his son, James [the younger] published a large number of reliable maps for the Queen, documenting the lands of the Empire, and especially in the case of Hong Kong, maps of newly acquired lands. . This current map and others about China were drawn up by Wyld to illustrated to the Queen, British economic activity, as well as to document new lands acquired after the First Opium War [1839-42, when the crown acquir

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        WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. NINTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. BORN FEB. 9TH 1773. INAUGURATED MARCH 4TH. DIED APRIL 4TH 1841. HIS LAST WORDS: "I WISH YOU TO UNDERSTAND THE TRUE PRINCIPLES OF THE GOVERNMENT. I WISH THEM CARRIED OUT. I ASK NOTHING MORE"

      Printed by Charles Thomas. Published by Charles A, Wakefield. No. 56 Cornhill.,, Boston: 1841 - Engraving by O. Pelton and D. Kimberly, from a painting by A.G. Hoit in 1840. 15-1/4" x 19". Printed on thick paper. Light wear, Very Good. A rare, engraved half length image of William Henry Harrison wearing a dark suit. Atop the portrait are vignettes of the Battle at Tippecanoe and the Battle of the Thames. At bottom is a scene of Harrison's house in North Bend, Ohio. The side borders depict flags and armor. With a facsimile of Harrison's signature. Wreaths in the bottom corners show the Capitol and the White House.Stauffer, American Engravers on Copper and Steel 2496. OCLC 566983246 [1- AAS], 908820108 [1- Library of Congress] [as of January 2016].

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

      Original blind stamped cloth with gilt titles. titles and decoration to spine. The Microcosm, was a drawing book for the use of students and artists in practising groups of people and maritime scenes for compositional ideas. Also included is an additional engraved page with 4 views entitled "Baptistry, Cromless & Cottages near St Austell". This engraving was published in July 1811 by T. Palser. loose engraving 50cm x 35cm.Samuel Prout (1783-1852) was a water colour painter, print artist and a pioneer of lithography. From 1819-29 he toured extensively in France, the Low Countries and Italy and sketches in this volume reflect these visits including Normandy and Venice. Prout's draughtsmanship was admired by Ruskin who praised him in Modern Painters and The Stones of Venice. According to COPAC these plates were first issued as part works in 1822, but this 1841 volume was the first full edition in book form.

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        MAP OF CHINA COMPILED FORM ORIGINAL SURVEYS AND SKETCHES.

      London ca.[1841], Wyld. A large copper-engraved,hand colored articulating map, 21 panels, linen cloth backed,in excellent condition, contained in the original red cloth-covered slip- case, with original label, opens to 87.2 x 65.8 cm.R A R E ! WHO WAS JAMES WYLD THE CARTOGRAPHER: . James WYLD the Younger [1812 -1887], was the leading cartographer during the Victorian Age, and he was also appointed "Geographer to the Queen," per the annotation to this map. He was located at Charring Cross East, London. See below for more about Wyld. * THIS IS A LARGE ARTICULATING MAP OF CHINA & SURROUNDING AREA . This is an excellent example of the 'large format' folding map of China. This consists of seven individual map parts to make a single large map. Each part is hand-colored, showing each province in a different color. The water, ocean is in a pale blue. The work is copper-etched printed. In the lower right is a cartouche, showing author, title, miles, British miles and Chinese Li [Chinese miles]. The work is clean and solid without any blemishes. The map displays from just above 40 degrees North, to just below 20 degrees south; from just before 100 degrees west to just past 125 degrees east. . Included in this map from the left is Singpho's Tributary to Birmah, Birmah, Tibet, source of the Hwang Ho [Yellow or the Yangtze River]. . All of the Chinese provinces: Tsing-Hai [Qing hai], Desert of Shammo or Gobi, Sihai or Koko Nor/Blue Lake, Yunnan, Szechuan. Kansu, Hirat Toumei [at the top], Ottous, Chensi, Kweichow, Kwangse, Annam, Hainan, Kwangtung, Honan, Houpe, Honan, Chansi, Petch Li, Chantong, Nganhoei, Kiangsi, Fuhkien, Tche-Kiang and at the top and right: Leao Tong. . COREA, LOO CHOO ISLANDS, FORMOSA, TIBET, BURMA, MONGOLIA, TAIWAN, and related areas: . Showing all of Corea, The Yellow sea and to the far right, Kiusiu [Kyushu, Japan], Quelpart Island [Korea], Loo Choo Islands [Okinawa], Madjicosemah [Tributary to Loo choo Islands], Formosa or Tai Ouan Island, Piscadores, Banks of Formosa, Formosa Channel and the Bashee & Babuyan Islands [Philippines], below that to the tip of Luzon, and the [South] China sea. *** CONDITION: . THE MAP: The map is in original and excellent condition. The whole map is linen cloth backed, with very clean white cloth. The hand-coloring is beautifully applied and done in the period of the map. . *** THE SLIP CASE: . The map folds down to be 12.5 x 21.5 cm., and has two back sides in the same red cloth as the matching red cloth covered slip case has. These two cloth covers are in bright, original condition. These two red cloth panels have four small dark 'thumb pull' marks, where the case is indented to allow the fingers to pull it out of its case. The map has been inserted in both direction, leaving a small darkened thumb pull at teach end, else very clean and solid. . The red cloth-covered slip case matches the above red cloth panels. The slip case is solid. It has the original exterior paper label laid down to the front cover. This label has been exposed as usual, it has some minor dustiness, two small part missing, a couple of nicks here & there, by and large very good. . There are two ink signatures on the slipcase cover label at the top and bottom, reading: . a. Mrs. A.E. Tollemache a relation to Baron Tollemache. b. Alan Sillitoe [1928-2010] a famous British writer. . Please see below for more information on these two famous previous owners. *** . MORE ABOUT JAMES WYLD, THE CARTOGRAPHER: . The Wyld family were the most famous cartographers in Britain since the 18th century. James [the elder] and his son, James [the younger] published a large number of reliable maps for the Queen, documenting the lands of the Empire, and especially in the case of Hong Kong, maps of newly acquired lands. . This current map and others about China were drawn up by Wyld to illustrated to the Queen, British economic activity, as well as to document new lands acquired after the First Opium War [1839-42, when the crown acquired Hong Kong. . Hong Kong's territory was acquired from three separate treaties: the Treaty of Nanking in 1842, the Treaty of Beijing in 1860, and The Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong Territory in 1898, which gave the UK the control of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the area south of Boundary Street,, and the New Territories: area north of Boundary Street and south of the Shenzhen River, and outlying islands. *** GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES: Other geographic features are cited such as the Great Wall, Imperial Canal, mines, forests, mineral resources, as well as a table which provides size and population of each province *** THE EDITIONS . The First Edition of this map was issued in 1840, with a spelling error of "Heong Kong." The present 'revised & corrected edition' changed to read correctly: "Hong Kong." *** TITLES OF OTHER MAPS BY WYLD: On the back is a pasted list of other map titles by Wyld, showing size, world geographic area, and map format. . REFERENCES: Harvard Business School [HBS] holds a copy: Color illustration posted to: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/heard/doing-business-with-chin a.html * Google: https://books.google.com/books?id=YcRLAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA186&lpg= PA186&dq=WYLD,+James.+MAP+OF+CHINA+COMPILED+FORM+ORIGINAL+SU RVEYS+AND+SKETCHES.&source=bl&ots=X9muFnCP5y&sig=mLCnX6sZaxU mkvosN_sbUxkQS-w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwim1O-ei-fKAhUW-GMKHZ3 HDJgQ6AEIJDAC#v=onepage&q=WYLD%2C%20James.%20MAP%20OF%20CHIN A%20COMPILED%20FORM%20ORIGINAL%20SURVEYS%20AND%20SKETCHES.&f =false * Journal of Manchester Geographical Soc.: https://books.google.com/books?id=_bYIAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA507&lpg= PA507&dq=WYLD,+James.+MAP+OF+CHINA+COMPILED+FROM+ORIGINAL+SU RVEYS+AND+SKETCHES.&source=bl&ots=hdRWsCDVfQ&sig=SJ3UE2U6sf7 aIoB598-NAyMp2dI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjo5a2VlefKAhUJ6WMKHVI YBkEQ6AEIODAH#v=onepage&q=WYLD%2C%20James.%20MAP%20OF%20CHIN A%20COMPILED%20FROM%20ORIGINAL%20SURVEYS%20AND%20SKETCHES.&f =false * https://books.google.com/books?id=RwQpAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA199&lpg= PA199&dq=WYLD,+James.+MAP+OF+CHINA+COMPILED+FROM+ORIGINAL+SU RVEYS+AND+SKETCHES.&source=bl&ots=658JcaBqlM&sig=B6Ng2MpNK6r zUtfdw3eX-ii4cjk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjo5a2VlefKAhUJ6WMKHVI YBkEQ6AEIPTAJ#v=onepage&q=WYLD%2C%20James.%20MAP%20OF%20CHIN A%20COMPILED%20FROM%20ORIGINAL%20SURVEYS%20AND%20SKETCHES.&f =false *** British Library Map Collection: 1841: http://explore.bl.uk/primo_library/libweb/action/display.do? tabs=moreTab&ct=display&fn=search&doc=BLL01004969404&indx=1& recIds=BLL01004969404&recIdxs=0&elementId=0&renderMode=poppe dOut&displayMode=full&frbrVersion=&dscnt=0&tab=local_tab&dst mp=1454902636560&vl(freeText0)=james%20wyld%3A%20map%20of%20 china&vid=BLVU1&mode=Basic * Harvard Map Library: 1840 With "Hong Kong" so named. http://vc.lib.harvard.edu/vc/deliver/vcFullRecord?collection =maps&_collection=maps&inoId=2505&numCount=11&dispQry=wyld,% 20james%20in%20(Name/Creator)%20&searchHistoryNumber=2&recor dNumber=3&method=view&searchtype=reissue * Alan Sillitoe: https://www.google.com/search?q=Alan+Sillitoe&oq=Alan+Sillit oe&aqs=chrome..69i57.1503j0j8&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=U TF-8 * Mrs. A.E. Tollemache: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baron_Tollemache *** .

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        Biographien Geisteskranker in ihrer physiologischen Entwicklung.

      Berlin, Verlag von E.H. Schroeder, 1841, 8, XVI, 222 pp. mit 11 ganzseitigen lithograph. Taf., Pappband der Zeit. Erste und einzige Ausgabe eines der schönsten deutschen Abbildungswerke zur Psychiatrie aus der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts, mit eindrucksvollen, künstlerischen Darstellungen. Ideler war Leiter der Irrenabteilung an der Charité in Berlin. Er hat sich in diesem Werk die Aufgabe gestellt, den "psychologischen Entwickelungsgang des Seelenleidens einzelner merkwürdiger Geisteskranken näher zu bezeichnen". "Wirklich ist auch die Physiognomie der Wahnsinnigen ein treuer Spiegel ihrer Seele, drückt viele tief in derselben verborgenen Vorgänge auf eine der Feder unnachahmliche Weise aus". Die Erscheinung des bekannten Berliner Kliniker Carl Wilhelm Ideler (1795-1860) ist aus dem geistigen Leben der Berliner Humboldtzeit nicht fortzudenken und gilt mit diesem Werk als "Begründer einer vertieften biographisch-psychogenetischen Betrachtungsweise." Balmer, Gesch. Psyh., p.257First and only edition. K.W. Ideler, a German pioneer psychiatrist, was chief of the Berlin Charité for twenty-eight years. "He published a series of clinical histories (Biographien Geisteskranker) which are full of psychological details and which reveal that he was an excellent psychological observer." Zilboorg - A work equally interesting of its contents and its illustrations. - Leibbrand-Wettly, Der Wahnsinn, 499-505 Hunter-Macalpine, p.1016 Zilboorg, pp.475-76 Kirchhoff I, pp.152-57 Ellenberger pp.211 ff.

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        Exemplar aus dem Besitz von Admiral Tegetthoff

      [TEGETTHOFF, Wilhelm von]; HARTMANN, Carl: Die Wunder der Erdrinde. Gemeinfaßliche Darstellung der Geologie und Mineralogie. 2 Aufl. Mit 384 Abb. auf 24 lithograf. Taf. Stuttgart: Scheible 1841. 8°. Privater Halblederband des 19. Jh. mit Lederrücken und -kanten sowie mit aus blau-schwarzem Steinmarmor-Papier überzogenen Deckeln. Zweite Aufl. des zuerst 1838 erschienenen, umfangreichen geologischen und mineralogischen Fachbuchs des deutschen Mineralogen, Hütteningenieurs und Fachschriftstellers Carl Friedrich Alexander Hartmann (1796-1863), im Titel als »Seitenstück« zur 5. Aufl. von Hoffmanns im gleichen Verlag veröffentlichten Handbuch »Die Erde und ihre Bewohner« angekündigt. Die kräftig und sauber lithografierten Tafeln zeigen die Eisschmelze auf Gletschern, Vulkanausbrüche, fossile Funde (Tierknochen, Muscheln, Schnecken), die Krystallographie von Mineralien, Illustrationen zum Behelf der angewandten Geologie für Ackerbau, die Errichtung von Bergwerken, Straßen, Kanälen, Brunnen etc. Vorliegendes Exemplar stammt ursprünglich aus dem Besitz des Kommandanten der österreichisch-ungarischen Kriegsmarine, Vizeadmiral Wilhelm von Tegetthoff (1827-71). Auf dem vorderen Vorsatz recto befindet sich der mit Tinte geschriebene Namenszug Tegetthoffs, und auch ein Vorbesitzer, ein Neffe von Tegetthoffs Vertrautem Georg Ritter von Leitgeb, weist in einem auf der Innenseite des Vorderdeckels eingeklebten, mit Bleistift verfassten dreiseitigen Brief, der an einen mit diesem Exemplar im Jahr 1906 beschenkten »Herbert« gerichtet ist, auf diesen Umstand hin: »Das Ihnen mit d. Post gesandte Buch hat mein Onkel Oberst Georg v. Leitgeb als ex Kommandant der Marine-Artillerie vom Admiralen Tegetthoff erhalten. Tegetthoff war mit uns. Familie eng befreundet & habe ich das Buch nach dem Tod des Onkels geerbt. Auf der ersten Seite finden Sie den eigenhändigen Namenszug des Admirales.« Oberstleutnant Georg Ritter von Leitgeb war erfolgreicher Kommandant der Strandbatterie bei der italienischen Blockade von Triest (1848) und der Marine-Artillerie bei der Verteidigung von Venedig (1859) gewesen, gehörte später dem Generalstab an, und wurde schließlich von seinem Freund Tegetthoff als Professor für Mathematik und Physik an die Marine-Akademie von Triest bzw. Fiume berufen. Lederrücken stellenweise gebrochen, abgesplittert und berieben, Einbandeckeln etwas berieben, teils gering stockfleckig, insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar dieses Werks, mit einer militärhistorisch äußerst interessanten Provenienz. Zimmermann, Franz X.: Otto von Leitgeb. Eine Studie. In: 61. Jahresbericht über das Schuljahr 1910-1911 des Staatsgymnasiums in Görtz. Görtz: Selbstvlg. 1911, Ss. 2-91, hier: S. 9f. (zu Leitgeb).

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        Sketches of Indian Character: Being a Brief Survey of the Principal Features of Character Exhibited by the North American Indians: Illustrating the Aphorism of the Socialists, That "Man is the Creature of Circumstances."

      - Leed, Joshua Hobson, 1841. 8vo. Drab interim wrappers of the 19th century; pp. 64; apart trom light toning and very few faint spots, a very good copy. Very rare first edition of this essay on North American Indians in relation with the Whites, written by a radical socialist and schoolmaster from Lancashire. Bailey expresses the belief that 'The "pale faces" are always dangerous to the man of America … Brandy, Small Pox, and the Gospel, are the three principal blessings we have given to the red men. The whites must abandon their own vices before they can expect to civilize the Aborigines of America' (end of text). Not in Sabin or Field. COPAC locates only two copies, in the British Library, and at Bristol University.~i~ [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions.

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1841. 3 volumes, octavo (228 x 140 mm). Original brown cloth, spines lettered in gilt and ruled in blind, boards elaborately decorated in blind, yellow endpapers, uncut edges. Frontispieces with tissue guards to each volume and 2 engraved portrait plates to volume 3. Bookseller's ticket to front pastedown of volume I, bookplates of Sir Robert Peel of Drayton Manor to each front pastedown. Cloth sunned, spine rolled, ends and corners bumped, short split to front joint of vol. 3, inner hinges cracked but firm, plates a little foxed as usual, overall a very good set. First edition, from the library of Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel. In 1851 Mackay provided the fourth volume for W. Cooke Taylor's biography, Life and Times of Sir Robert Peel, and it is possible that Sir Robert acquired this copy at that time. Mackay's important early work of social psychology discusses popular delusions of all types and considers the credulous enthusiasm of mankind for phenomena such as alchemy, witchcraft, relics, the Crusades, urban myths, as well as economic events such as the tulip bubble, the Mississippi Bubble, and the South Sea Bubble. Still in print, Mackay's book has had a profound influence on economics and sociology, with many modern economists referring to his work when analysing the stock market bubbles of our own age. "Charles Mackay's passionate erudition and urbane, unaffected prose style contributed to make him one of the chief figures in the establishment of Victorian journalism as a dignified profession" (ODNB).

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        Sketches of Indian Character: Being a Brief Survey of the Principal Features of Character Exhibited by the North American Indians: Illustrating the Aphorism of the Socialists, That "Man is the Creature of Circumstances."

      Leed, Joshua Hobson, 1841. 8vo. Drab interim wrappers of the 19th century; pp. 64; apart trom light toning and very few faint spots, a very good copy. Very rare first edition of this essay on North American Indians in relation with the Whites, written by a radical socialist and schoolmaster from Lancashire. Bailey expresses the belief that 'The "pale faces" are always dangerous to the man of America ... Brandy, Small Pox, and the Gospel, are the three principal blessings we have given to the red men. The whites must abandon their own vices before they can expect to civilize the Aborigines of America' (end of text). Not in Sabin or Field. COPAC locates only two copies, in the British Library, and at Bristol University.~i~

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        Das Vierschachspiel.

      Halle, Eduard Anton, 1841. - Erste dt. Ausgabe. - Die Falttafel zeigt ein für das Spiel mit vier Personen (mit den Farben Weiß, Schwarz, Rot u. Grün) geeignetes Schachbrett. - Durchg. wasserrandig u. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Van der Linde II, 360; Linde-N. 4859; Kieler Schachkatalog 1394. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 500 Kl.-8°. Mit einer gefalt. Tafel. 2 Bll., 104 S., HLwd. d. 20. Jhds. m. dem eingeb. bedruckten OUmschlag. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Das kleine Universum für Erd-, Länder- und Völkerkunde. Ein Bilderwerk in interessanten Ansichten. Bd. 2. Stuttgart, Artistischer Verlag von J. Scheible, 1841. * Gestoch. Titel mit Ansicht (Badenweiler) und 143 Stahlstichtafeln. * 274 S., 1 Bl. Halbledere

      . Das kleine Universum für Erd-, Länder- und Völkerkunde. Ein Bilderwerk in interessanten Ansichten. Bd. 2. Stuttgart, Artistischer Verlag von J. Scheible, 1841. 11,9 x 16 x 4 cm. * Gestoch. Titel mit Ansicht (Badenweiler) und 143 Stahlstichtafeln. * 274 S., 1 Bl. Halbledereinbad der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel (berieben). - Kollationiert, vollständig. - Innengelenke gebrochen aber Buchblock fest, teilweise stockfleckig. - Mit Ansichten von München (7), Berlin (5), Potsdam, Bad Ems, Dresden, Leipzig, Köln, Darmstadt, Baden-Baden, Baden (Baaden, 2), Weimar (2), Mannheim, Aachen, Tübingen, Saalfeld, Cannstadt, Kitzenstein, Hirschstein, Oberholzheim, Prag, Jerusalem (2), Hirschmühle (Schmilka), Wildbad (Bad Wildbad im Schwarzwald), Lilgenstein (gegenüber sächsische Festung Königstein, Ansichten aus Italien (darunter 2 Trachten) und Schweiz sowie einige Genreszenen. .

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        1) Manuel général de comptabilité financière, administrative, civile et commerciale ; comprenant dans son ensemble : 1°. Un cours complet de la tenue des livres en partie simple et en partie double, avec les applications et les définitions ; 2°. Un modèle d'acte de société en nom collectif, avec les instructions sur les diverses espèces ; 3° Un traité sur l'organisation et la compétence des tribunaux de commerce ; 4° Un traité sur les lettres de change et effets de commerce, avec les formules et définitions raisonnées ; 5° La jurisprudence générale et l'opinion des arrêtistes et jurisconsultes les plus éclairés sur les caractères de la lettre de change ; 6° La législation ancienne et actuelle sur les lettres de change ; 7° Un tableau généra

      Paris, M. Renard ; Dijon, Douillier et Décailly et Lamarche ; Saulieu, L'Auteur, 1841, demi-basane de l'époque, petites épidermures sur les coiffes, petits manques de papier sur les coupes. - IV-82 pp. ; (suivi de). -2) Manuel général de comptabilité financière, administrative, civile et commerciale ; suivi de la nomenclature générale des chefs-lieux de départemens, arrondissemens et cantons du royaume, avec la désignation des bureaux de poste, des relais, et de la population, d'après les relevés officiels du ministère de l'intérieur ; terminé par un tableau statistique sur les richesses territoriales et financières, superficies, divisions militaires, cours royales et diocèses, nombre de routes et rivières navigables, revenus et contributions directes, gardes nationaux, électeurs, jurés, députés, et contingent militaire, la distance des chefs-lieus à Paris, et le prix du port des lettres, avec des notions historiques, statistiques, administratives, et un compte rendu sur l'état actuel de l'industrie française [ ]. Paris, Librairie du Commerce ; Dijon, Douillier ; Lyon, Giberton et Brun ; Saulieu, L'Auteur, 1840, VIII-84 pp. ; soit 2 ouvrages en 1 vol. in-4 ; 1) Edition originale. Rarissime.Inconnu à Reymondin ; le CCFr. n'en localise qu'un seul exemplaire (B.N.F.).2) Edition originale. Rarissime.Inconnu à Reymondin ; le CCFr. n'en localise qu'un seul exemplaire (B.N.F.) ; le Worldcat n'en recense aucun autre.

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        A RESIDENCE OF ELEVEN YEARS IN NEW HOLLAND AND THE CAROLINE ISLANDS: BEING THE ADVENTURES OF JAMES F. O'CONNELL. EDITED FROM THE VERAL NARRATIVE

      Boston: B.B. Mussey, 1841 The narration of the fantastic adventures of James F. O'Connell. As an adolescent, O'Connell shipped out probably as a cabin boy for Australia and New Zealand, and then shipwrecked on the Caroline Islands. Stranded there for five years, he became heavily tattooed and became one with the natives. Rescued, through a circuitous route made it to New York where, due to the tattoos, he was thought of as an outcast. He then became part of P.T.Barnum's circus to become the U.S.'s first tattooed showman. 265 pages with a five page Appendix presenting and imperfect glossary of the language of the Carolinas. Frontis and one interior illustration present. Bound in full dark brown leather with four raised bands with black leather title label pressed on. Newer endpapers. Margin staining on two initial sheets, occasional fox marks. A very good copy.. Second edition. Hardcover.

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        Austria : Erster Typometrischer Atlas für Geschäftsleute jeder Art, Gymnasien, Schulen und Zeitungsleser von Franz Raffelsberger, Geograph und Mitglied mehrerer gelehrten Gesellschaften, Inhaber der goldenen Verdienst- Medaillen für Kunst, Wissenschaft und Industrie, S. S. M. M. des Kaisers von Österreich, des Königs von Frankreich, Preussen, Sachsen, Sicillien, Sardinien, etc. etc.

      vermutlich 2. Auflage, Halblederband der Zeit, gr.-2, [Einbandformat ca. 55 x 45 cm] Titelblatt bzw. wohl Lieferungsumschlag auf Trägerpapier kaschiert, und 15 Karten im Farbendruck, nämlich: 1.Generalkarte des Kaiserthumes. / 2. Erzherzogthum Österreich mit Salzburg / 3., 4. 5. Und 6. Blatt Königreich Ungarn in 4 Einzelblättern / 7. Königreich Böhmen / 8. Und 9. Königreich Galizien in 2 Einzelblättern / 10. Königreich Lombardie-Venedig / 11. Königreich Illiren und Herzogthum Steiermark / 12. Königreich Dalmatien / 13. Grossfürstenthum Siebenbürgen / 14. Markgrafschaft Mähren mit Schlesien / 15. Gefürstete Grafschaft Tirol, altersgemäß guter bis sehr guter Zustand, alter Exlibris Stempel auf dem fliegendem Vorsatz vgl. dazu:Austria Picta. S. 343 45.1 und speziell Dörflinger: Atlantes Austriaci 1. Band 1. Teilband S. 80 Raff B 2 vermutlich 2. Auflage von welcher bis dato kein Exemplar bekannt ist. Die Kartenblätter sind wie folgt datiert: 1. 1841, 2. 1842, 3. -6. 1841, 7. 1842, 8.-9. undatiert, 10. 1841, 11. undatiert, 12. 1841, 13. 1841, 14. 1841, 15. 1842. Döflinger meint es erschien möglicherweise kein Titelblatt zu 2. Auflage, was wohl richtig ist da eine Einbandbroschur als Titelblatt auf ein Trägerblatt kaschiert ist. Der Titel ist ident zur 3. Auflage mit dem Unterschied, dass der Vermerk Dritte Auflage fehlt. Die gesehen Titel der Exemplare der 3. Auflage sind in grün gedruckt unser sog. Titelblatt jedoch in braun. Auf allen Blättern fehlt im Gegensatz zur 1. Auflage der fallweise vorkommende Vermerk *Geographischer Satz von F. Rumpold* Alle Blätter wie gesagt ohne Nennung eine Auflage, welches teils ab der 3. Auflage der Fall ist. Buch

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        Über die Durchschneidung der Sehnen und Muskeln.

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

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        Table of the logarithms of the natural numbers from 1 to 108000.

      

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        Notte e mattino

      Angelo Bonfanti 1841 - italiano

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        Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians. With Letters and Notes. Written During Eight Years of Travel and Adventure Among The Wildest and Most Remarkable Tribes Now Existing...with Three Hundred and Sixty Coloured Engravings From The Author's Original Paintings

      London: Published by The Author, at The Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, Printed by Tosswill And Myers, 1841. Hardbound. VG, expertly rebacked with new spines and original publishers boards, retaining original endpapers with handwritten names and notes. Ornate art library bookplate in each volume. A very nice set of the first edition, first printing. Original green cloth covers with new matching spines and period paper printed labels. Vol. 1: viii, colored folding map, pp. 1-264 pp. Vol. 2: viii, map (non-folding), 266 pp. Both volumes copiously illustrated with engravings upon regular paper. Sub-titled "Witten During Eight years' Travel Amongst The Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America, In 1832, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39." "In Two Volumes, with Four Hundred illustrations, Carefully Engraved From The Original Paintings." This set measures 6.8" x 10.2". Third map is in Vol. 2, p 259. All plates signed G. Catlin on the left, and Tosswill & Myers on the right. Although the title page claims 400 illustrations, the numbering begins with 3 in Volume 1 and stops at 312 with the last illustration in Vol. 2 opposite p. 249. Folium Reservatum inserted between pages 126 and 127 (at base of second side, it states that Twenty copies privately reprinted, and on the front it claims it was only sent to "Scientific men,... who study MAN, will receive this addendum in this form, and, I believe, duly appreciate and protect it. It has to do with the technical aspects of a particular custom that had been previously referred to on page 126. ) Plates are not always bound in exact numerical order. No errata slip found, per se. First edition, first issue (with uncorrected error "Frederick" for "Zedekiah" on page 104, line 26 of Volume I).

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        W. A. Mozart`s Biographie. Nebst Anekdoten und manchem Anderen aus seinem späteren Leben, mit Urtheilen von ihm und über ihn, sowie mit einem Verzeichniß seiner Werke. Dritte Auflage.

      Augsburg, J. A. Schlosser`s Buch- und Kunsthandlung 1841. - Vgl. Eitner VII, 98 (hier EA). Dritte Auflage der erstmals 1828 in Prag erschienenen Publikation. Der Verfasser Johann Aloys Schlosser ist eine im Wesentlichen unbekannte Figur der Prager Musikpublizistik. S. fügte für seine Biografie Zeitzeugnisse über Mozart und sein Wirken zusammen, authentische Ansichten und Erinnerungen der Menschen, die Mozart noch persönlich kannten, die mit ihm lebten und mit ihm Umgang pflegten. Ss.169-192 mit Werkverzeichnis. - Beiliegend: Nachdruck der Ausgabe von 1828. Mit Nachwort und Bemerkungen herausgegeben v. Oldrich Pulkert. (Prag, 1993). 8°. 4 Bll., 192 S. Mit 1 gef. Notenbeilage. Unbeschnittene OBrosch. m. gest. Deckelillustr. Rü. rissig; Einbd. eselsohrig sowie stärker angestaubt u. abgegriffen; Name v. alter Hd. auf Vorderdeckel u. Titel; Tit. m. Stemp.; im Text braunfleckig u. z.Tl. Fingerfleckig - Frontispiz fehlt. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gabinetto comico di scelte opere italiane e straniere

      S.E, 1841. ITALIANO 0,8 Vol. XVI di una raccolta di opere teatrali, brossura segnata dal tempo, imbrunita ai margini e sul dorso, pagine con imponenti fioriture USATO

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        Théâtre complet. Nouvelle édition revue et corigée par l'auteur. [Première série. Deuxième série. Troisième série].

      - Paris, Charles Gosselin, 1841. 3 volumes in-12, demi-veau fauve de l'époque, dos lisses ornés d'un décor romantique rocaille en long, titres dorés, tranches jaspées, (2) f., 514 et (1) p. de table; (2) f., 509 et (1) p. de table; (2) f., 558, (1) p. de table. Bonne édition, donnée sous la supervision de Dumas lui-même, qui contient: I- Henri III et sa Cour. Stockholm, Fontainebleau et Rome. Napoléon Bonaparte. Antony. Charles VII chez ses grands vassaux. Le mari de la veuve. – II- Richard Darlington. Teresa. La tour de Nesle. Angèle: Catherine Howard. – III- Don Juan de Marana. Kean. Caligula. Paul Jones. L'alchimiste. Mademoiselle de Belle-Isle. (Munro, p. 361). Mors lég. frottés, coiffes usées, quelques rousseurs. Bon exemplaire, en reliure romantique de l'époque.

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        Kathedrale ('Cathédrale De Chartres. - Gustave Simoneau del. et lith. - Imprimé par Simonau, Lithographe-Editeur rue aux Choux, 68, à Bruxelles.').

      - Lithographie v. Gustave Simonau b. P. Simonau in Brüssel, dat. 1841 (1843), 70 x 51

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        London

      London: Charles Knight & Co.,, 1841–44. 6 volumes, octavo (248 x 170 mm). Near-contemporary red half calf, marbled paper sides, titles gilt to black labels to spines, decorated gilt in compartments, brown coated endpapers, edges sprinkled red. Engraved frontispiece in vol. 1, wood-engraved vignettes throughout. Contemporary ownership inscription to second free binder's blanks. Slight rubbing to extremities and boards, top edges dust toned; an excellent set. First edition of this richly illustrated account of London. "The demand for such books sprang from the sense that the city was transforming itself, new places and experiences coming into being, while others were passing away". An attractively bound set.

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        Fables of La Fontaine. Translated from the French by Elizur Wright, Jr.

      Boston: Published by Elizur Wright, Jr. and Tappan and Dennet. New York: Willaim A. Colma. London: Edward Moxon, 1841. First American edition of the Wright translation, and the first American edition with Grandville's illustrations. Illustrated by J.J. Granville. xlviii, 245; 339 pp. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundary. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. Original brown cloth with gilt stamped Urn on upper and lower covers. A Very fine copy with just a hint of foxing and rubbing. Granville, J.J. First American edition of the Wright translation, and the first American edition with Grandville's illustrations. Illustrated by J.J. Granville. xlviii, 245; 339 pp. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundary. 2 vols. Royal 8vo.

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        Un Mariage sous Louis XV. Comédie en cinq actes. Représenté pour la première fois sur le Théâtre-Français le 1er juin 1841.

      - Paris, Marchant, C. Tresse, 1841. In-8, demi-maroquin bleu nuit à long grain, dos à 5 faux-nerfs filetés or, orné de compartiments entièrement garnis d'un fer spécial sur résille dorés et répétés entre-nerfs, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, daté en pied, couvertures conservées (rel. signée Stroobants), (4), 140 p. Edition originale, comportant le feuillet de dédicace à la ville de Florence, daté du 1er juin 1841. "Représentée en cinq actes lors de sa première au Théâtre Français le 1er juin 1841, cette comédie fut reprise vingt ans plus tard sur la même scène, le 21 mai 1861, dans une version différente et en quatre actes. [Cette] version d'origine, publiée chez Marchant et Ch. Tresse, en 1841, n'a jamais été rééditée et se trouve peu accessible. Cette agréable comédie d'intrigue qui brode sur le ressort dramatique du dépit amoureux cher à Molière avec des accents tirant parfois vers Marivaux est aussi une comédie de mœurs. Le personnage tragi-comique du Commandeur, dans lequel "Caton touche à Don Quichotte", fait bien ressortir la critique d'une société déliquescente où il est du dernier ridicule d'attacher du prix aux sentiments, à l'amour et à la fidélité conjugale, choses de peu de prix qu'il faut laisser aux bourgeois!" (François Rahier, Alexandre Dumas en ligne). (Munro, 50-51. Parran, p. 28. Reed, 136-137.Talvart & Place, 5:7, n° 43. Vicaire, III, 351-352). Seulement 7 exemplaires recensés dans le monde (WorldCat) dont un unique dans les bibliothèques françaises: celui de la BnF. Mors très légèrement frottés. Bel exemplaire, frais, entièrement non rogné, couverture conservée, très bien relié par Stroobants. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A RESIDENCE OF ELEVEN YEARS IN NEW HOLLAND AND THE CAROLINE ISLANDS: BEING THE ADVENTURES OF JAMES F. O'CONNELL. EDITED FROM THE VERAL NARRATIVE

      B.B. Mussey, Boston 1841 - The narration of the fantastic adventures of James F. O'Connell. As an adolescent, O'Connell shipped out probably as a cabin boy for Australia and New Zealand, and then shipwrecked on the Caroline Islands. Stranded there for five years, he became heavily tattooed and became one with the natives. Rescued, through a circuitous route made it to New York where, due to the tattoos, he was thought of as an outcast. He then became part of P.T.Barnum’s circus to become the U.S.’s first tattooed showman. 265 pages with a five page Appendix presenting and imperfect glossary of the language of the Carolinas. Frontis and one interior illustration present. Bound in full dark brown leather with four raised bands with black leather title label pressed on. Newer endpapers. Margin staining on two initial sheets, occasional fox marks. A very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Itinéraire descriptif de l'Attique et du Péloponèse

      Athènes A. Nast R. Bund et chez l'auteur 1841. In-8 relié demi-basane marron, dos à nerfs et filets dorés, plats de cuir simulant une peau de lézard, gardes de papier marbré. XXVIII + 436 pages. 19 planches et cartes hors texte, certaines dépliantes. La page de titre mentionne "Description et itinéraire de la Morée". Les lithographies sont de l'auteur F. Aldenhoven. Il manque la page de titre, la table des matières présente en partie inférieure un léger manque sans gravité. Edition originale de toute rareté. Bel exemplaire.

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        Fables of La Fontaine. Translated from the French by Elizur Wright, Jr.

      Boston: Published by Elizur Wright, Jr. and Tappan and Dennet. New York: Willaim A. Colma. London: Edward Moxon, 1841. First American edition of the Wright translation, and the first American edition with Grandville's illustrations. Illustrated by J.J. Granville. xlviii, 245; 339 pp. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundary. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. Original brown cloth with gilt stamped Urn on upper and lower covers. A Very fine copy with just a hint of foxing and rubbing. Granville, J.J. First American edition of the Wright translation, and the first American edition with Grandville's illustrations. Illustrated by J.J. Granville. xlviii, 245; 339 pp. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundary. 2 vols. Royal 8vo.

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        Beschreibung des Voigtländer schen Apparates zur Darstellung photographischer Porträte, nach der Berechnung des Herrn Professor Dr. Petzval. In: Verhandlungen des niederösterreichischen Gewerb-Vereins. Fünftes Heft.

      Wien Carl Gerold 1841 - 8° (22,4 x 14,7 cm), OBr., 6 S. (insges. 79 S.) mit einer Falttafel (insges. fünf Falttafeln), Einband minimal schmutzig, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Extrem seltenes Heft des niederösterreichischen Gewerb-Vereins mit der bedeutenden Vorstellung der Voigtländer schen Metall-Kamera mit dem berühmten Porträt-Objektiv von Dr. Josef Petzval! Weitere Vorträge u.a.: Andreas von Ettingshausen über die Zugfernrohre und Feldstecher von Voigtländer und Sohn in Wien; Leopold Oescher über Schnecken-Gebläse; Adam Burg über die mit der Centrifugal-Trockenmaschine des Vereines vorgenommenen Versuche; Adam Burg über die, vom Herrn Hauptmann Freisauff von Neudegg, projektirte Vorrichtung zur Verhinderung des Funken-Auswerfens aus den Schornsteinen der Lokomotive; Theodor Hornbostel über Lambertis Glasfäden und daraus verfertigte Meubelstoffe; Andreas von Ettingshausen über Herrn Fink s astronomische Maschine; Paul Sprenger über einen neu construierten Personen-Wagen. Weiters detaillierte Beschreibungen: Theodor Hornbostel über Woitech s Verbesserungen an Jacquart-Maschinen; Beschreibung der von Guillini in Nyons erfundenen Vorrichtung zum Abhaspeln der Seide in gemessenen Strähnen; Friedrich Voigtländer Sohn: Beschreibung des Voigtländer schen Apparates zur Darstellung photographischer Porträte, nach der Berechnung des Herrn Professor Dr. Petzval. Sehr selten in der ungebundenen Version im Supplierumschlag! [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Ela, the Outcast; or, The Gipsy of Rosemary Dell. A romance of thrilling interest. By the Author of "Angelina ...".

      Printed & published by E. Lloyd. 1841 Illus; without the front. plate, some sl. browning. Sl. later half red roan; sl. rubbing at tail of spine. A good copy.In 104 pts with wood-cut illus. Ono did not possess a copy of the early Lloyd edition of this classic blood which was advertised in parts by May 1840, and provided Prest's trademark pseudonym 'Author of Ela'. The early parts carry the gutter imprints of J.K. Edwards, 44 Holywell Street, Strand; printed by J. Graves, 30 Curtain Road, Shoreditch. The preface of this edition is dated March 15th, 1841 and in it Prest states that the weekly sale has been 30,000 copies and that this is the "eighteenth edition". The edition statement may refer to reprinting of individual parts. (It is clear that the preface in Ono 478, Lloyd's 1850 edition, was set up from this edition.) The Preface refers to the dramatization by Marianne Denvil performed for 'nearly one hundred successive nights!' at the Pavilion Theatre. Prest has another tale in the press, which is probably 'Gallant Tom'. This copy has the booklabel of Arthur E. Waite.

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        Panorama von Leipzig (Leipziger Ring). Lithographiertes Streifenpanorama in 9 (von 10) aneinander montierten Teilen.

      10x306cm. Engelmann S.635 (hier mit Jahreszahl 1841). Imposantes, über drei Meter langes Panorama des Leipziger Ringes. Von größter Seltenheit, weltweit nur in zwei Einrichtungen nachweisbar (Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Leipzig, UB Basel). Die Blätter vor allem im Himmel leicht stockfleckig, insgesamt gut erhalten.

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        OlneyÂ’s School Atlas

      Robinson Pratt & Co.,, New York: 1841 - Square 4to (11 ½ x 9 ¼), original pictorially engraved and printed saddle-sewn wrappers, 12 hand colored copper-engraved maps (5 double page), and one hand colored chart. Covers a bit darkened and stained, soiling, darkening and normal aging to contents, a few chips and tears at edges and folds, wear to spine and edges, previous owners signatures on endpaper; maps in good to very good condition. Most of the maps relate to the United States, but it does include a double page map of the world, and maps of Africa, Asia and Europe. Map of the United States shows large sections of the Northwest and Midwest areas as territories, and California and the Southwest are included with Mexico as the Â"Unexplored RegionÂ". That section of the U.S. map includes a chart illustrating distances from Washington to the largest town in each State. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rapport sur l'épidémie vulgairement connue sous le nom de grippe, qui a régné à Montpellier en 1837

      Montpellier, Sevalle et Louis Castel et Paris, Jean-Baptiste Baillière, 1841, in-8, de (2) et 96 pages, exemplaire broché, couverture verte imprimée en noir, Unique édition de ce rapport présenté à M. le ministre des travaux publics, de l'agriculture et du commerce. Comme nous l'apprend, en introduction, l'auteur, cette publication est à but pédagogique : "Quoique, [le] chef de clinique, ait donné, dans le Journal de la Société de médecine-pratique de cette ville [Montpellier], une analyse aussi exacte que bien raison de ce travail, j'ai pensée que sa publication pourrait être utile à Messieurs les Etudiants en médecine. Ce Rapport leur rappellera des principes que je leur enseigne dans mes leçons cliniques, et dont je fais l'application au lit des malades." Bon exemplaire de cette rare étude portant, sur la première de couverture, un envoi autographe de l'auteur au docteur Bellemanière

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        Commentaries on the Law of Partnership, First Edition, Boston, 1841

      1841. Boston, 1841. 1st edition. Boston, 1841. 1st edition. "A Truly Luminous Exposition" Story, Joseph [1779-1845]. Commentaries on the Law of Partnership as a Branch of Commercial and Maritime Jurisprudence. With Occasional Illustrations from the Civil and Foreign Law. Boston: Charles C. Little & James Brown/London: A. Maxwell, 1841. xxi, 690 pp. Octavo (9" x 6"). Contemporary sheep, blind fillets to boards, raised bands and small lettering piece to spine. Light rubbing and some shallow scuffing to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, somewhat heavier rubbing to spine, corners bumped. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in places, upper corners of some leaves have fold lines, a few have early underlining and other marks in pencil. An appealing copy. $950. * First edition of one of Story's great treatises. Like the others, it was a standard work in the United States and, to some extent, Great Britain. In his Law Studies Samuel Warren said the Commentaries on the Law of Partnership is "a truly luminous exposition of a subject noted for its intricacy, and the subtlety of the rules upon which the system depends" (451). It was a deeply influential work as well. Indeed, Pound mentions it his list of texts that were "a significant force in our legal development.": The Formative Era of American Law 140. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 9321.

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        Saxonia. Museum für Sächische Vaterlandskunde.

      Dresden, Eduard Pietzsch und Comp., 1835-1841. - 5 Bde. 4°. VIII, 118 S.; VIII, 132 S.; IV, 130 S.; IV, 124 S.; VI, 124 S. Mit 362 lithographierten Tafeln. Marm. OPp. mit rotem Rsch. Einband tlw. stärker berieben, Ecken bestossen. Einige Lagen lose. Papierbedingt gebräunt u. fleckig. Einband von Bd.5, gelöst. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Los hijos de Bolivar en presencia de los dos gigantes del nuevo mundo, el Illamp

      Los hijos de Bolivar en presencia de los dos gigantes del nuevo mundo, el Illampu, viendo desplegado en el cielo su pabellon briunfante... atacaron con tal ímpetu, que su caballería en pocos instantes sobrepasó la línea de los enemigos hasta la retaguardia, arrollando al mismo tiempo la derecha de estos con su izquierda. [with] En medio del combate, en que crecia por grados el ardimiento y bizarría del egercito Boliviano cayo muerto, sobre el campo de batalla, el Generalisimo D. Agustin Gamarra, viniendo a encontrar su sepulcro en el suelo mismo, que acababa de ultrajar invadiéndolo tan injusta y temerariamente. Cuando el Mariscal Andrés Santa Cruz fue derrotado por las fuerzas peruanas marchó al exilio. En esas horas su vencedor, el presidente del Perú, Agustín Gamarra, decidió ir por más e invadió Bolivia. Pero el 18 de noviembre de 1841 sus hombres se enfrentaron al ejército local comandado por José Ballivián, ya ungido sucesor de Santa Cruz y proclamado presidente de la república. La batalla aconteció en la localidad de Viacha, provincia de Ingavi, y lleva para la historia el nombre de ésta última. Las tropas bolivianas portaban un nuevo fusil, bautizado "hannoveriano", de muy buen calibre y alta efectividad. Esto hizo la diferencia y se cuenta que en el propio campo de operaciones supo exclamar Gamarra: "He estado en muchas refriegas desde la Guerra de la Independencia y nunca he presenciado un fuego tan graneado". Lo cierto es que poco después, el jefe peruano caía abatido por uno de estos proyectiles y extendida la mala nueva, su ejército no pudo sobreponerse y fue derrotado. La batalla de Ingavi fue la gran victoria del ejercito Boliviano sobre las tropas peruanas, consolidando la independencia de aquel país y su fortalecimiento republicano.

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        La Physiognomonie ou l'art de connaître les hommes d'après les traits de leur physionomie, leurs rapports avec les divers animaux, leurs penchants, etc

      Paris, Librairie française et étrangère, 1841, in-4, 1 vol de texte de [6]-XVI-286 pp. ; et 1 atlas de 120 pl, demi-basane aubergine de l'époque, dos lisse orné de fers romantiques dorés, Portrait de Lavater et 119 planches. Ces planches, gravées sur acier, offrent plus de 700 portraits, silhouettes ou têtes d'animaux qui ont permis à Lavater d'illustrer les théories dont on sait l'influence qu'elles ont eu sur des écrivains comme Balzac. Première édition de la traduction d'Henri Bacharach. La première édition française fut publiée en 1797. Le texte de Lavater est précédé d'une notice sur sa vie de François Fertiault. Pour Lavater, l'homme est triplement vivant d'une vie animale, d'une vie intellectuelle et d'une vie morale, ainsi il est en lui-même "le spectacle le plus digne d'être vu". Mais son observation ne peut être menée que sur son corps : "ce qui rend l'homme visible au dehors, c'est son indissoluble alliance avec le corps qu'il habite". Alors, sa "triple vie ne devient un objet d'étude et de recherches que par cette seule raison qu'elle se révèle dans le corps, et que les facultés humaines sont de nature à être vues, senties, matériellement constatées". Ces postulats scientifiques constituent une mise en application du sensualisme des Lumières, une réalisation médicale, quelque peu excessive, des théories philosophiques héritées de Locke. Nombreuses rousseurs.

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        The Poetical Works of John Keats

      William Smith, London 1841 - Probably first collected group of Keats' romantic poems published by William Smith, frp, some wear to original green lightly tooled covers with slight bump to upper corner, 240pps, slight chips to spine, label on rear pastedown bound by Remnant & Edmonds, London. This firm was founded four years before and soon became one of the three largest mass production binderies in London, and by 1850 were putting out 30,000 volumes per week. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1841. First edition. Calf Tan Leather Binding. Very Good. CATTERMOLE, GEORGE; BROWN, HABLOT K.. FIRST SEPARATE EDITION of one of Dickens's most successful works, IN RARE PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION BINDING BY HAYDAY: Hayday was the preferred binder used by Dickens and his publisher Chapman and Hall for special presentation copies of the period. Bearing both the stamp of the publisher (verso front free endpaper) as well as James Hayday (rear free endpaper). "The story of Little Nell's wanderings about England with her helpless old grandfather, fleeing from Quilp, a grotesquely hideous, anarchic, and sexually predatory dwarf, is the most Romantic and fairy tale-like of Dickens's novels, and it also contains, in the story of Dick Swiveller and the Brasses' little slavey, the Marchioness, some of the greatest humorous passages that Dickens ever wrote. By the end of the story's serialization in the Clock (6 February 1841) the circulation had reached a phenomenal 100,000 copies. Nell's slow decline and eventual (off-stage) beatified death plunged this vast readership into grief and mourning, Lord Jeffrey famously declaring that there had been 'nothing so good as Nell since Cordelia' (Forster, 174)" ( Oxford DNB ). ON HAYDAY BINDINGS: James Hayday was one of the most respected binders of the nineteenth century and some of the most famous Dickens presentation copies from the 1830s and 1840s are in Hayday bindings. (For example, the Oliver Twist inscribed to Ainsworth; the Barnaby Rudge inscribed to Talfourd; the Old Curiosity Shop inscribed to Macready; and the dedication copy of Martin Chuzzlewit. ) John Forster, in The Life of Charles Dickens, gives evidence of Hayday's stature for Dickens's works, noting, "a copy of [Pickwick] I received from [Dickens] on the 11th of December [1837] in the most luxurious of Hayday's bindings, with a note [by Dickens:] 'Chapman and Hall have just sent me... three 'extra-super' bound copies of Pickwick, as per specimen inclosed. The first I forward to you, the second I have presented to our good friend Ainsworth, and the third Kate has retained for herself. Accept your copy with one sincere and most comprehensive expression of my warmest friendship'" (Forster, 1911, vol.1, p.86). "Works bound by Hayday became famous and increased in monetary value.... A number of his bindings are in the National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, London" (Oxford DNB). Early handwriting on flyleaf.  Inscription reads: "Miss Damant, from her cousin George Edgar, January 1844". Note: With all first issue points as noted in Smith 6A. The Old Curiosity Shop first appeared as part of Dickens's periodical Master Humphrey's Clock, April 4, 1840 - November 27, 1841, with a three-volume bound set issued of the periodical including Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge. This is the first separate edition - without the "other matter" from Master Humphrey as Dickens mentions in the "Advertisement" (p.iii) of this edition, published on December 15, 1841. Complete with eighty-three black-and-white in-text engravings by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Brown. London: Chapman and Hall, 1841. Tall octavo, original publisher's presentation full tan calf, spine with green and red leather labels and blind-stamped decorations, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Text generally very clean with occasional spots of foxing, binding with some rubbing and early repair to top of upper joint. A beautiful copy with extremely large margins. A classic first edition in an important and scarce presentation binding.

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        Nouvelle bibliothèque des voyages anciens et modernes, contenant la relation complète ou analysée des voyages de Christophe Colomb, Fernand Cortez, Pizarre, Anson, Byron, Bougainville, Cook, La Peyrouse, Bruce etc

      Paris, P. Duménil, Firmin Didot frères, (1841-1844), in-8, 12 volumes, demi-basane prune de l'époque, dos lisses ornés de fers rocaille, plats de percaline gaufrée aux motifs floraux, Collection de voyages agrémentée de 100 belles planches hors-texte en noir et blanc, gravées sur acier. Contient 3 magnifiques cartes coloriées (Océanie, Afrique et Asie). Manque les cartes de l'Amérique septentrionale et de l'Amérique méridionale. Très bel exemplaire en reliure romantique. Reliure légèrement frottée par endroits, rousseurs éparses. Chadenat 5018, 6906.

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        The Thousand and One Nights, commonly called the Arabian Nights' Entertainments. Translated from the Arabic, with copious Notes ... Edited by his Nephew Edward Stanley Poole.

      

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        Multimillionaire John Jacob Astor ALS endorsing a foreign consul in 1841

      New York, NY, February 10, 1841. 7" x 10.5". "Cream inlaid paper dated from New York on February 10, 1841. This letter was addressed to Secretary of State Daniel Webster (1782-1852) by eight prominent New York City businessmen who endorsed "Mr. Alfred Seton" as a foreign consul candidate. The first signee John Jacob Astor appeared at the top of the list as "J.J. Astor" with his characteristic looping underline in black ink. The signees testify to Seton's candidature citing his previous consulship at Angostura, Bolivia during the Monroe Administration. Trimmed at left to fit in the Farwell book (see provenance below). In very fine condition, with light toning, 7" x 10.5".John Jacob Astor (1763-1848) was a German immigrant who made a fortune in the fur trade and real estate. At his death seven years after signing this letter, Astor was the wealthiest man in the United States, with an estimated gross valuation of 20 million dollars. Provenance: This item was recently discovered in an extra illustrated volume of "History of the City of New York" by Mary L. Booth, New York W. R. C. Clark, 1867. Originally two volumes, the monumental task of expanding the work to 21 volumes was done by none other than Emery E. Childs esquire of New York City. In volume 1 of this work exists a lovely india ink drawing of Mary L. Booth along with a notation: "presented by her to E E C" in pencil. Next to the title page we find an original letter of Booth to Childs dated April 4, 1872: "I am in receipt of your favor of the 4th inst., and am grateful to hear that you are taking the trouble to illustrate my History of the City of New York in the manner you describe. I shall be happy to see you, should you favor me with a call as I am usually in my office during business hours and should be pleased to facilitate your Enterprise by any means in my power".It is assumed that the book took several years to assemble at which point, assumedly through Childs, it made its way to Senator Charles B. Farwell of Chicago who took the seat of John A. Logan in 1887. Farwell had an extensive library that fortunately survived the great Chicago fire in 1871 having been housed in his Lakeside home. In the American Bibliopolist of November 1871 there is an article about the devastation to libraries caused by the tragedy. "Mr C. B. Farwell's library is also fortunately far out from the city, at his country house, and is safe". The same remark will also apply to the extensive collection of books and curiosities belonging to Mr. E. E. Childs." This establishes the Chicago connection between Childs and Farwell.That these letters were preserved for over 140 years and have never been on the market for that period is remarkable on many levels. It is the state of being wedged in these volumes that also account for what is mostly the pristine state of preservation. "

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        THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1841. FIRST SEPARATE EDITION of one of Dickens's most successful works, IN RARE PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION BINDING BY HAYDAY: Hayday was the preferred binder used by Dickens and his publisher Chapman and Hall for special presentation copies of the period. Bearing both the stamp of the publisher (verso front free endpaper) as well as James Hayday (rear free endpaper). "The story of Little Nell's wanderings about England with her helpless old grandfather, fleeing from Quilp, a grotesquely hideous, anarchic, and sexually predatory dwarf, is the most Romantic and fairy tale-like of Dickens's novels, and it also contains, in the story of Dick Swiveller and the Brasses' little slavey, the Marchioness, some of the greatest humorous passages that Dickens ever wrote. By the end of the story's serialization in the Clock (6 February 1841) the circulation had reached a phenomenal 100,000 copies. Nell's slow decline and eventual (off-stage) beatified death plunged this vast readership into grief and mourning, Lord Jeffrey famously declaring that there had been 'nothing so good as Nell since Cordelia' (Forster, 174)" ( Oxford DNB ).ON HAYDAY BINDINGS: James Hayday was one of the most respected binders of the nineteenth century and some of the most famous Dickens presentation copies from the 1830s and 1840s are in Hayday bindings. (For example, the Oliver Twist inscribed to Ainsworth; the Barnaby Rudge inscribed to Talfourd; the Old Curiosity Shop inscribed to Macready; and the dedication copy of Martin Chuzzlewit. )John Forster, in The Life of Charles Dickens, gives evidence of Hayday's stature for Dickens's works, noting, "a copy of [Pickwick] I received from [Dickens] on the 11th of December [1837] in the most luxurious of Hayday's bindings, with a note [by Dickens:] 'Chapman and Hall have just sent me... three 'extra-super' bound copies of Pickwick, as per specimen inclosed. The first I forward to you, the second I have presented to our good friend Ainsworth, and the third Kate has retained for herself. Accept your copy with one sincere and most comprehensive expression of my warmest friendship'" (Forster, 1911, vol.1, p.86)."Works bound by Hayday became famous and increased in monetary value.... A number of his bindings are in the National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, London" (Oxford DNB).Early handwriting on flyleaf.  Inscription reads: "Miss Damant, from her cousin George Edgar, January 1844".Note: With all first issue points as noted in Smith 6A. The Old Curiosity Shop first appeared as part of Dickens's periodical Master Humphrey's Clock, April 4, 1840 - November 27, 1841, with a three-volume bound set issued of the periodical including Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge. This is the first separate edition - without the "other matter" from Master Humphrey as Dickens mentions in the "Advertisement" (p.iii) of this edition, published on December 15, 1841.Complete with eighty-three black-and-white in-text engravings by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Brown.London: Chapman and Hall, 1841. Tall octavo, original publisher's presentation full tan calf, spine with green and red leather labels and blind-stamped decorations, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Text generally very clean with occasional spots of foxing, binding with some rubbing and early repair to top of upper joint. A beautiful copy with extremely large margins.A classic first edition in an important and scarce presentation binding. Very Good.

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