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        Boxkampf 1841 ('The Great Fight Between Broome and Hannan For £ 1000 .').

      - altkolorierte Aquatinta v. C. Hunt n. H. Heath b. John Moore in London, dat. 1841, 46,5 x 66

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        A POPULAR TREATISE ON THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY, INCLUDING DAGUERREOTYPE, AND ALL THE NEW METHODS OF PRODUCING PICTURES BY THE CHEMICAL AGENCY OF LIGHT

      Richard Griffin and Co, Glasgow 1841 - 8vo., viii, 96 pp., lithographic frontispiece showing an image in positive and negative, with 29 illustrations in text. The frontispiece shows staining and foxing at the edges; a few leaves have creased corners and modest foxing. The top and bottom of the spine have been expertly reconstructed, with the inner hinges repaired. The binding is the publisher's original blind-embossed cloth, with the running title in gilt on the spine. There is a medical society bookplate, and the general title page bears their ink stamp. There is chipping to the top blank corner of several leaves on Griffin's Crystallography. In all, this remains a good copy. This is generally regarded as the first general treatise on photography in the English language. Hunt discusses the paper, metal and glass processes of Talbot, Daguerre and Herschel, and the variations upon their work.This title was available in two forms, both are identical in all respects and both are considered as the first edition. The two issue are: as part of a larger volume of scientific titles published by Griffin, and as a separate bound volume, also published by Griffin. Our copy is bound in GRIFFIN'S SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY. FIRST SERIES. This volume also contains: Liebig's ORGANIC ANALYSIS; Griffin's CRYSTALLOGRAPHY; Von Korbell's MINERALOGY; Ramsay's GEOLOGY OF ARAN; Spencer's ELECTROGRAPHY. Gernsheim - Incunabula No. 653. Not listed by Roosens and Salu. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Narrative of Some Passages in the History of Eenoolooapik, a Young Esquimaux, Who Was Brought to Britain in 1839, in the Ship "Neptune" of Aberdeen; An Account of the Discovery of Hogarth's Sound: Remarks on the Northern Whale Fishery, and Suggestions for Its Improvement, &.

      1st Edition. iii, 149pp. Original straight grained decorated purple cloth. Original front and rear cloth panels have been mounted on contemporary straight grain cloth to match. Gilt titling on the front board. Coated yellow endpapers. Half title. Frontispiece. 2 folding maps. Folding facsimile. Meteorological tables at rear. Minor amount of soiling to the text. Boards with a small amount of restoration. Generally a very attractive copy. This is the account of two voyages under Penny in the ship Neptune. It details Eenoolooapik's visit to England and his return to Baffin Island. A very rare title indeed. This being only the third copy I am aware that has changed hands in recent memory.

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        Panorama des Vosges et du chemin de fer de Strasbourg à Bâle. Dessiné d'après nature.

      Impimé par E. Simon Fils, Imp. Lithographe-Éditeur, Strasbourg 1841 - 14 planches lithographiées (26 x 83 cm chacune) encadrées, et une couverture in-4 oblong (28,5 x 44,5 cm), cartonnage lithographié de l'éditeur. C'est en 1841que la ligne qui va de Strasbourg à Bâle est mise en service : elle couvre une distance de 140 km et est la plus longue de France. Il ne s?agit plus, cette fois, d?un tronçon de chemin de fer répondant à un besoin local, mais bel et bien d?une ligne à vocation internationale qui va relier la France à la Suisse, concurrençant une autre ligne de chemin de fer de l?autre côté du Rhin en Allemagne. Cette ligne, exploitée sous le nom de la « Compagnie du chemin de fer de Strasbourg à Bâle » est construite à l?initiative de Nicolas Koechlin, industriel du textile alsacien, qui a déjà obtenu l?autorisation de construire la ligne de Mulhouse à Thann. Bel album complet illustré de 1 lithographie sur la couverture et 14 grandes planches lithographiées dessinées par E. Simon fils et tirées par Th. Müller. Les textes explicatifs sont portés en marges. Couverture : Entrée de la Vallée de Ste Marie & du Val de Villé. 1, Strasbourg et vue générale des Vosges de Saverne à Schlestadt. 2, Partie de Gierbaden à Barr et Andlau prise à Benfeld. 3, Partie de Barr et Andlau à Dambach prise à Kogenheim. 4, Partie de Dambach à Kientzheim prise du Giesen près Schlestadt. 5, Partie du Château de Kienstheimde à Ribeauvillé. 6, Partie de Ribeauvillé à Bennwyhr. 7, Partie de Bennwyhr au Logelbach, près Colmar. 8, Partie de Colmar à Eguisheim à Voeglingshoffen. 9, Partie de Voeglingshoffen à Rouffach. 10, Partie de Rouffach à Lasenheim près Guebwiller. 11, Partie d'Issenheim à Cernay prise à Bollwiller. 12, Partie de Cernay à Thann. 13, Mulhouse & vue générale des Vosges de Thann à Schlestadt. 14, Bâle. Les 14 planches ont été encadrées séparément, et forment, mises bout à bout, un long panorama de près de 12 mètres. Le cartonnage de l'éditeur a été conservé à part, légèrement usé, mais bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DEBATE ON SLAVERY. (In the Journal of the American Baptist Anti-Slavery Convention, Vol. 1, No. 3).

      Worcester, MA: Executive Committee of the Convention, July 1841. July 1841. - Worcester, MA: Executive Committee of the Convention, July 1841. July 1841. Fair. - Octavo, completely disbound. Mild ex-library with several ink numerals & the remains of a stamp on the first page. There is a hole & a tear on the first page with the resulting loss of a few words on its verso. The loss is to part of the introductory matter. There is no loss to the text of the debate. Pages [73]-180. The pages are toned & lightly foxed. Good working copy. Justin A. Smith in "Memoir of Rev. Nathaniel Colver, D.D: with lectures, plans of sermons, etc". [Boston: Foxcroft, Jr., 1875] provides some background for this debate: "In the ministry and in the churches, that view of human slavery which chiefly commanded attention, was that which regarded it in the light of Scripture. Does the Bible sanction slavery? Are the references to this subject, whether in the Old Testament or the New, such as to suggest that the relationship of master and slave has a divine recognition and a divine approval, either express or implied? With this question was associated another: What is the moral character of that act in which one human being holds another in slavery, claims him as property, buys him, sells him, uses his labor without requital, and as a protection to himself in seeking to perpetuate that relation, shuts from the slave's mind, wholly or partially, the light of knowledge? Many were prepared to admit the evil of slavery --its mischievous tendencies, in every way--who would not acknowledge it to be a sin.One of [the] notable occasions on which the discussion of these subjects assumed a form specially characteristic and significant, was that of a session of the American Baptist Antislavery Society, held in Tremont Chapel, Boston, May 26-28, 1841."Nathaniel Colver proposed the resolution on which the discussion was based: "Resolved. That the system of American slavery, in its essential principles, has no analogy in the servitude tolerated in the Bible; but that, in its origin and continuance, its is defined in the law of man-stealing, and, with whatever mitigating circumstances it may be attended, it is a sin against God." The President of the Convention, Rev. Elon Galusha, was in the Chair. Among those present was Colver's chief opponent, Rev. Jonathan Davis, the pro-slavery pastor of Bethel Baptist Church, Georgia.The eloquence and acuity of the debate may be judged from the following extracts. Colver quoted from Exodus, xxi, 16: "And he that stealeth a man, and selleth him, or if he be found in his hand, he shall surely be put to death." "The case stands thus," he argued, "God is the legitimate owner of every man. God has constituted every man the guardian of himself, as a moral being, subject to his laws, with guardian responsibilities as deathless as his being. As a guardian over himself, it is not among his functions to relinquish his charge to the absolute will of another. Whoever, therefore, takes him from himself and subjects him to the will of another,steals him from the guardian with whom God has entrusted him, and he that does that, steals him from God, and, need I add, involves himself in the sin specified in the law under consideration. This, then, Sir, is the sin of man-stealing; and this, Sir, is precisely the work of American slavery.Mr. Davis replied at length, maintaining the view held by Southern Christians that the relation as it existed amongst them did not differ radically from the relation of master and servant as sanctioned in the Bible, and claiming that those then holding slaves, having received them by inheritance, with all the responsibilities attached, should not be made accountable for the circumstances under which the black man was first brought to American shores. In reply, Colver referred to the law in Leviticus XXV, 46: "First, that law made no distinction of color. The slave law is predicated upon color. Now, if that law ordained slavery, and the brother will have it for his warrant, let him take it as it

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        The Deerslayer: or, The First War-Path. A Tale. In Two Volumes.

      Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia 1841 - 267pp; 282pp. Original brown cloth with paper labels lettered in black affixed to the spine. Cloth is soiled, wear to extremities, names in pencil on the front free endpaper of volume 2, scattered foxing throughout. A good set. BAL 3895.; 12mo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions [and the Madness of Crowds]

      London: Richard Bentley, 1841. First edition. Original cloth. Very Good. FIRST EDITION IN EXTREMELY RARE ORIGINAL CLOTH of Charles MacKay's classic study of mass behavior. Generally considered the most important book on market psychology, its vast influence extends to such diverse disciplines as stock market analysis and religious studies. "There are fewer than a dozen books written more than a century ago that could be called classics of the social sciences. Charles Mackay's Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds is one of them, and it is probably the oldest. First published in 1841, Mackay's work... has probably never been long out of print in the past one hundred fifty years. The book includes quite a cast of characters: ghost hunters, alchemists, prophets, economic speculators, witches, crusaders, and faith healers, among others, all hold center stage in what amounts to a catalogue of beliefs gone awry and mass behaviors turned goofy (if not dangerous)... The range of topics Mackay covers is wide and in some cases deep. One reason Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds has become such a classic is that irrational behavior has never been in short supply, and modern examples of crazes, speculative bubbles, and mass hysteria continue to amuse, frustrate, and provoke us today" (David J. Schneider). London: Richard Bentley, Publisher in Ordinary to Her Majesty, 1841. Octavo, original cloth; custom box. Three volumes. Complete with five illustrated plates (three frontispieces and two additional plates in vol. 3); half-titles in vols. 2 and 3 as issued (no half-title issued with vol. 1) and ads in vols. 1 and 2. Handsome bookplate and very early Dublin bookseller sticker in volume 1. Some fading to spines and board edges; wear at spine ends and joints; light scattered foxing. A very rare unrestored copy in original cloth.

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        Shocking Murder of Mr Adams--Our Printer--The Body Discovered.

      1841 - An Account of a New York City Murder Overlooked by McDade [Trial]. Colt, John [1810-1842], Defendant. "Shocking Murder of Mr Adams--Our Printer--The Body Discovered on Board a Vessel--Arrest of the Supposed Murderer, And Observations on the Character of Both, Showing them to be Creatures of Circumstances," The Herald of the New Moral World and Millennial Harbinger, Volume I, No. 17, New York, September 16, 1841, pp. 140-143. Article bound into a complete run of this publication, Volume I, No. 1 to Volume II, No.7. [292] pp. Quarto (10-3/4" x 8"). Contemporary quarter calf over pebbled cloth, gilt fillets, title (reading New Moral World) and volume number (reading Vol. I-II) to spine. Light rubbing to boards, corners bumped, joints cracked, spine abraded with a few large chips just below title and at spine ends. Moderate toning, darker in places, light foxing. Struck-through serial (?) number in small recent hand, interior otherwise clean. * This account is overlooked by McDade, who lists two other newspaper accounts. As the title indicates, Adams was the printer of the Herald of the New Moral World, a liberal general-interest non-denominational Christian periodical. The murderer, John C. Colt, who appears to have acted impulsively during an argument, was the brother of Samuel Colt, the notable gun manufacturer. (For some unknown reason Colt used an axe instead of a pistol.) His deed was discovered when he attempted to ship Adams's body to New Orleans in a crate, where his body would not be identified. For some reason, Samuel Colt promoted the value of his pistol during his testimony, even interrupting the proceedings with a demonstration. No one knows why the court allowed this. John Colt was convicted and sentenced to death. He married his girlfriend the night before his execution and escaped the hangman by stabbing himself in the heart on the following morning. This account is one of the few negative articles in the optimistic Herald, a fascinating publication filled with reports of inventions, discoveries, social improvements and other examples of human progress. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The English Hexapla : Exhibiting The Six Important... By T I Pocock The English Hexapla : Exhibiting The Six Important English Translations

      London: Samuel Bagster and Sons,. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1841. 1st. Hardcover. [6], 168, [1160] pages; . ..of the New Testament scriptures, Wiclif M. CCC. LXXX. , Tyndale M. D. XXXIV. , Cranmer M. D. XXXIX. , Genevan M. D. LVII. , Anglo-Rhemish M. D. LXXXII. , Authorised M. DC. XI. : the original Greek text after Scholz with the various readings of the textus receptus and the principal Constantinopolitan and Alexandrine manuscripts, and a complete collation of Scholz's text with Griesbach's edition of M. DCCC. V. : preceded by a history of English translations and translators. Greek text at top of page, English versions below, arranged in six parallel columns spread across two pages. "The 'Wiclif' follows a ms. Representing the later Wycliffite version, which belonged to the Duke of Sussex, and subsequently to the Earl of Ashburnham, The 'Tyndale' is a reprint of the edition of 1534 ... The 'Cranmer' is the first edition of the Great Bible, 1539 [ed. By Coverdale? ] ... The 'Genevan' is Whittingham's Testament of 1557 ... The 'Anglo-Rhemism' is taken form the first edition of 1582 ... The 'Authorised' is apparently printed from a copy of the edition of 1613, 11"--British and foreign Bible society. Historical catalogue. "An historical account of the English versions of the Scriptures" (p. [1]-160) was written by S. P. Tregelles. Cf. British and foreign Bible Society. Historical catalogue. The earliest edition listed in Worldcat and presumably the first. Cited in 2011 by Keys Fine Arts as the first edition. Binding is firm, bound in blue cloth with just a library marking at foot of spine. Contributed by William Norton of Cutland England in 1888. Mild spotting to first 2 leaves, balance is very clean. Title page printed in red and black. Interesting discussions of Coverdale, Bagster, et al. 9" x 12" x 4", 12 pounds. ; 12 .

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        Zweihundert Hyperbeln auf Herrn Wahls ungeheure Nase. In erbauliche hochdeutsche Reime gebracht von Friedrich Hophthalmos, der sieben freien Künste Magister. Zweite Originalausgabe.

      St Gallen Scheitlin und Zollikofer Format: 4° 31 [1] S Mit 5 Tafeln in Kaltnadelradierung von und nach Johann Baptist Wilhelm Adolf Sonderland OBroschur mit Deckelbordüre und Rückdeckelvignette "Füllhorn" stärker angestaubt Rückdeckel mit mit größeren Fehlstellen Ränder brüchig Knickspuren 1841 - Seltene Originalausgabe des berühmten Nasenbuchs*** Erste illustrierte Ausgabe des humoristischen Hauptwerks von Johann Christoph Friedrich Haug (1761-1829), eine geistreiche Präfiguration der Nasenthematik etwa eines Edmond Rostand oder eines Nikolai Gogol. Haug war Zeitgenosse Friedrich Schillers, den sein Vater, Balthasar Haug, an der Karlsschule in Stuttgart gemeinsam mit seinem Sohne unterrichtet hatte. Er studierte Jurisprudenz, wurde 1794 Geheimer Sekretär, 1817 Hofrat und Bibliothekar in Stuttgart. Bekannt wurde er durch seine Epigramme und Gedichte, die er unter dem Pseudonym Friedrich Hophthalmos veröffentlichte. Die „Zweihundert Hyperbeln", die erstmals in Stuttgart 1804, dann 1822 in Brünn erschienen waren, gehören zu den geistreichsten, süffisanten wie hyperbolischen Erzeugnissen der Literatur der deutschen Klassik. Die vorliegende „Zweite Originalausgabe" – der Autor hatte die Brünner nicht anerkannt -, ist erstmals illustriert und zwar absolut kongenial von dem aus Düsseldorf stammenden Maler und Illustrator Johann Baptist Wilhelm Adolf Sonderland (1805-1878), der die Funken sprühenden Texte in sinnreiche Bilder übersetzte: Jeweils in einen breiten belebten Flechtwerk-, Blätter- oder Wurzelrahmen, in dem zahlreiche Nebenszenen untergebracht sind, konzentriert sich der Künstler auf ein Thema und schuf damit eine an Philipp Otto Runge erinnernde Bildsprache, die an Witz und Spaß seinesgleichen sucht. So werden Blüten zu Tieren und Ranken zu Monstern und Wurzeln zu Wesen, denen der Naserich begegnet, der freilich nicht so wehrlos ist: „Nothhülfe: Wenn Feinde Dich um Arm’ und Beine brächten, Du könntest noch mit Deiner Nase fechten!" 1991 veröffentlichte . Jörg-Ulrich Fechner eine Faksimileausgabe (Heidelberg, Carl Winter, 1991) mit einem Nachwort. Unwesentlich fleckig, kaum gebräunt, rechte untere Ecke minimal abgeschürft, insgesamt ein sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar, das außergewöhnlich breitrandig, unaufgeschnitten und frisch ist. Die hübschen Tafeln in sehr gutem, gratigen und kontrastreichen Abdruck, höchst detailreich und auf weißem, festem Papier gedruckt. Goedeke V, 548, 4. Rümann 2441. Borst 979. Zweite Originalausgabe. Erste illustrierte Ausgabe

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        Joseph Freiherrn von Eichendorffs Werke. Erster (1.) Theil. Gedichte.

      Berlin, Simion, 1841 - ERSTAUSGABE. 1 Tafel (Stahlstich-Porträt), XVIII, 514 Seiten. 18 cm. Marmorierter Pappband der Zeit mit vergoldetem Rückenschildchen. Band 1 (apart, von 4) der ERSTAUSGABE der ersten Werkausgabe. Erstveröffentlichung einer Reihe von Übersetzungen spanischer Gedichte, insgesamt vierzehn Romanzen, in einer eigenen Abteilung "Aus dem Spanischen". - Einband berieben, Ecken und Kapitale bestoßen (oberes Kapital mit kleiner Fehlstelle und im Gelenk mit Anplatzer). Vorsätze und teils Seiten leicht fleckig. Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt Sonst gutes Exemplar der ERSTAUSGABE. Sprache: Deutsch. Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mogg's New Map of England and Wales, with Part of Scotland: On Which Are Carefully Delineated the Direct & Principal Cross Roads, Rivers, Navigable Canals, Cities, Market and Borough Towns and Principal Villages, Seats of the Nobility & Gentry &c.

      E. Mogg, Great Russell Street, Covent Garden., London 1841 - The Whole completed from the Most Recent Surveys and Topographical Works of Latest and Best Authority. Large Folding Hand Coloured Map, 136 x 108 cm. hand coloured, in 36 sections mounted on linen, folding on Six Sheets enclosed within modern cloth titled slip case. Excellent Example.

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        Histoire et Tableau de l'Univers (4 Tomes - Complet)

      Gaume Frères 1841 - 4 vol. in-8 cartonnage romantique richement orné, Gaume Frères, Paris, 1841, 484 ; 598 ; 540 ; xv-654 pp. Très rare exemplaire bien complet des 4 tomes. Julien-François Daniélo (1806-1886) fut un temps secrétaire de Chateaubriand, et "l'aida dans ses recherches sur l'Empire romain. Son nom est cité avec éloges dans la préface des Etudes Historiques" (Larousse, GDU, VI, 75). Dans ce travail impressionnant, une large place est faite aux systèmes philosophiques et théologiques de l'Orient. Dans sa préface au tome troisième, tout entier consacré aux pensées et philosophies de l'Inde, l'auteur indique : "Je regarde ce volume comme essentiel pour la connaissance des traditions, de la religion, de la littérature et de la philosophie des hindous. Je ne crains pas de dire que jusqu'ici nous n'avions encore rien d'aussi étendu, rien d'aussi authentique sur ce vaste sujet, dont l'importance et l'éclat s'en vont croissant de jour en jour. J'ai toujours puisé aux sources originales, et je crois candidement avoir fait un livre neuf, sinon pour la forme, du moins pour la matère ; je crois que l'Inde est tout un hémisphère de la pensée humaine, qui lui manquait jusqu'ici [.] ". Le dernier tome est très largement consacré à la Chine. Etat satisfaisant (tome 3 presque débroché, divers accrocs au fragile et beau cartonnage, rouss. et mouill. claires variables). Prix en l'état. L'ouvrage est souvent attribué à tort à l'Abbé Jean-Paul Danielo, député (1808-1857). Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NOUVELLES INSTRUCTIONS SUR L'USAGE DU DAGUERRÉOTYPE.; DESCRIPTION D'UN NOUVEAU PHOTOGRAPHE, ET D'UN APPAREIL TRÈS SIMPLE DESTINÉ À LA REPRODUCTION DES ÉPREUVES AU MOYEN DE LA GALVANOPLASTIE..

      Paris: Chez L'Auteur, 1841. First edition. 8vo.,[3], 78, [2] pp. table and errata, one folded plate. [bound with] Chevalier, Charles. MÉLANGES PHOTOGRAPHIQUES. SUPPLÉMENT DES NOUVELLES INSTRUCTIONS SUR L'USAGE DU DAGUERRÉOTYPE. Paris: Chez L'Auteur, 1844. First edition. 8vo., [4], 127 pp., lacking the folded plate. [bound with] Chevalier, Charles. NOUVEAUX RENSEIGNEMENS SUR L'USAGE DU DAGUERRÉOTYPE. Paris: Chez L'Auteur, 1846. First edition. 8vo., 56 pp., 1 plate. [bound with] Gros, Baron [Jean-Baptiste-Louis]. QUELQUES NOTES SUR LA PHOTOGRAPHIE SUR PLAQUES MÉTALLIQUES, EN JANVIER 1850. First edition. Paris: Librairie Encyclopédique Roret, 1850. 8vo., 116 pp., 2 leaves of plates. Bound in contemporary marbled paper over boards with quarter morocco, titled in gilt on the spine. The second, third and fourth titles shows scattered foxing. Very good. Charles Chevalier (1804-1859) was the leading French manufacturer of the camera obscura, lenses and optical instrument. In 1826, he furnished Niépce with a camera and lens of his own design for his early experiments in reproducing images through the agency of light. He told Niépce of the similar experiments of Daguerre, for whom he also made lenses and cameras, as well as advised him on his experiments. It is Chevalier who made the introduction which lead to the partnership between Niépce and Daguerre. Further, Chevalier supplied lenses and camera equipment for William Henry Fox Talbot. In the first of these three works by Chevalier, considered among the earliest daguerreian manuals, he states a brief history of his involvement with Niépce and Daguerre, the camera and lenses that he manufactured and their superiority to others being marketed, and his own improvements upon Daguerre's process. With the succeeding volumes, he adds current improvements upon the process, and in the last of the three, he provides a 12-paged priced catalogue of his photographic lenses, chemicals, plates, and other accessories for the daguerreian process, with the final pages listing his microscopes. All three are scare to rare with WorldCat locating approximately 20 copies each of the first two titles, and only four for the last title. Roosens & Salu Nos. 2827, 2852, and 2871. Bellier de la Chavignerie, Manuel Bibliographie du Photographe Francais, 1863 failing to list the first title; the second title is No. 22; and the third title is No. 35. Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros, 1793 - 1870, in his capacity with the diplomatic service, was stationed in Bogota as chargé d'affaires in the early 1840s, when he learned of Daguerre's invention. Two of his daguerreotypes from Bogota survive. He returned to Paris between 1844 and 1847 and immersed himself making architectural daguerreotypes. He published his first treatise on the process in 1847, and his second in 1850. In 1851, he was one of the founding members of the Société Heliographique, the very first photographic society, and published regularly in its journal, La Lumière. WorldCat locates only seven copies of this title. Roosens and Salu No. 6512 erroneously cite this as the second edition. Not listed in, Bellier de la Chavignerie, Manuel Bibliographie du Photographe Francais, 1863.

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        Niagara Falls, by Lucas Weber. hand coloured aquatint,

      published by Ackermann & Co., London[1841].. 35.5x 44.5cm, (14"x 17 «in). Very good to fine. .

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        (Vorzugsausgabe in Prachteinband). Über den Jurakalk von Kurowitz in Mähren und über den darin vorkommenden Aptychus imbricatus.

      Breslau, 1841.. Quart. Zeitgenössisches Ganzmaroquin mit reicher Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung sowie blindgeprägten Mittelfeldern. 64 S., mit 4 (davon 2 kolorierten und mit Gummi Arabicum gehöhten) lithographischen Tafeln. Kaum berieben oder bestossen, außergewöhnlich aufwendig gebundenes Exemplar in vorzüglicher Erhaltung. Sonderdruck aus: Acta Acad. Caes. Leop. Carol. Nat. Cur., Bd. 19, Suppl. 2, p. 273-334. – Erste separate Ausgabe. – Mineralogisch-geognostische Untersuchung über die Aptychenschichten aus Kalkgesteinen und Mergel in der mährischen Juraformation und dort gefundene Petrefakte fossiler Ammonitenschalen. – Poggendorff I, 913; Engelmann, Bibl. hist.-nat. 591. – Glocker (1793-1858) war Professor für Mineralogie in Breslau sowie Direktor der dortigen mineralogischen Sammlung und hat sich besonders um die geologische Kenntnis von Schlesien große Verdienste erworben. „G. war ein sehr kenntnißreicher Gelehrter, als Lehrer der Mineralogie glänzte er durch Klarheit und Gründlichkeit in seinen Vorträgen und wurde gern gehört. Aus seiner großen Mineraliensammlung hatte er früher vieles werthvolle nach Stuttgart geschenkt, und wurde dafür durch Verleihung des würtembergischen Friedrichordens geehrt. Später trat er wegen Ablassung seiner Sammlung mit der naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Görlitz in Unterhandlungen, und als diese sich zerschlugen, mit der Universität Tübingen, der es glückte, gegen eine Leibrente von jährlich 500 Fl. diese werthvolle Sammlung zu erwerben. G. hatte nur mehr zwei Jahre hindurch des Genusses dieser Rente sich zu erfreuen.“ (ADB). – Die Tafeln mit 20 Abbildungen von Ammoniten.

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        THE PROCESS OF TALBOTYPE [FORMERLY CALLED CALOTYPE] PHOTOGENIC DRAWING, COMMUNICATED TO THE ROYAL SOCIETY, JUNE 10, 1841

      Printed by J. & H. Cox, Brothers, 74 & 75, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's-Inn Fields, [London] 1841 - 4to., 4 pp. Aside from a fewfaint pinpoint spots of foxing, this is a fine, near new copy. Housed in a custom made cloth chemise and slipcase, titled in gilt along the spine. Shortly after the presentation of his paper before the Royal Society on 31 January, 1839, Talbot, at his own expense, printed the text as a pamphlet of 14 pages; "Some Account of the Art of Photogenic Drawing."became the world's first separate publication on photography. Through this process, an ordinary piece of writing paper was immersed in a sensitizing solution, dried, placed in a camera and exposed in daylight to a subject for upwards of an hour or longer. Upon examination, a tonally reversed rendering of the subject was visible. It was then soaked in a solution of salt and washed and dried, then the process was essentially repeated exposing the first print to the new sensitized sheet, reversing the tones to produce an image with the tonality as in nature. Through a series of further experiments over the next months, Talbot discovered that a "latent" image always existed and that through chemical development, it could be brought to life. This allowed for speeding the exposure in the camera to be cut to a mere 30 seconds and the enriched chemical solutions would produce a sharper and tonally richer image. This process he first called the Calotype, from the Greek, kalos - beautiful. On June 10, 1841, Talbot presented the Calotype process at a meeting of the Royal Society, and at his own expense, he published a four page description of his process. Unlike his earlier publication on Photogenic Drawing, here he states, in detail, the full process. Upon the urging of John Herschel and David Brewster, he began to call his process, the Talbotype rather than Calotype. His intention was to license this process, and likely this printed description was printed to distributed to potential licensees. Aside from changing the name from Calotype to Talbotype in the title of this publication, and the slight alteration in the printer's imprint, the text of the two issue are identical - the word Calotype remains in the body of the text This is the foundation stone of the negative-positive process that has been in use since it was first published.This printing is much rarer than the Calotype variant, with WorldCat locating only Harvard University - Houghton Library, and Cornell University. Gernsheim Incunabula No. 655 listing only the Calotype variant. Roosens and Salu No. 10285, listing only the Calotype variant. Weaver, HENRY FOX TALBOT SELECTED TEXTS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY, No. 87, listing only the Calotype variant. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A POPULAR TREATISE ON THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY, INCLUDING DAGUERREOTYPE, AND ALL THE NEW METHODS OF PRODUCING PICTURES BY THE CHEMICAL AGENCY OF LIGHT

      Glasgow: Richard Griffin and Co, 1841. First edition. 8vo., viii, 96 pp., lithographic frontispiece showing an image in positive and negative, with 29 illustrations in text. The frontispiece shows staining and foxing at the edges; a few leaves have creased corners and modest foxing. The top and bottom of the spine have been expertly reconstructed, with the inner hinges repaired. The binding is the publisher's original blind-embossed cloth, with the running title in gilt on the spine. There is a medical society bookplate, and the general title page bears their ink stamp. There is chipping to the top blank corner of several leaves on Griffin's Crystallography. In all, this remains a good copy. This is generally regarded as the first general treatise on photography in the English language. Hunt discusses the paper, metal and glass processes of Talbot, Daguerre and Herschel, and the variations upon their work.This title was available in two forms, both are identical in all respects and both are considered as the first edition. The two issue are: as part of a larger volume of scientific titles published by Griffin, and as a separate bound volume, also published by Griffin. Our copy is bound in GRIFFIN'S SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY. FIRST SERIES. This volume also contains: Liebig's ORGANIC ANALYSIS; Griffin's CRYSTALLOGRAPHY; Von Korbell's MINERALOGY; Ramsay's GEOLOGY OF ARAN; Spencer's ELECTROGRAPHY. Gernsheim - Incunabula No. 653. Not listed by Roosens and Salu.

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        (Advertising for an early Travelling Wax Works Museum, including an Anatomical Cabinet and Martinet's Elephant Clock). - Grosses mechanisches Museum, als eine höchst mannigfaltige, Kunst und Pracht vereinigende, belustigende und unterrichtende Sammlung, nach der Natur gearbeiteter und durch sinnreichen Mechanismus in Bewegung gesetzter Automaten und plastische Meisterstücke von Wachs.

      S.d., s.l., but Munich, around 1841.. Typographic wall bill. Size: 20.5 x 16 inches. With three storage folds, margins minorily browned, in near fine condition. Huge wall bill advertising the exhibition of automates and waxworks, the latter of which displaying historical and mythical scenes and persons of historical and contemporary interest (Frederick the Great of Prussia together with Voltaire, Maria Stuart, Cleopatra to name a few). The main object though, listed first on the bill, was a classical Kunstkammer object: A huge elephant clock made from bronce and gold coated silver, garnished with gemstones, would show the triumphal procession of the indian Great Mogul on his elephant. Once the mechanism was started the elephant would move his eyes and ears, his trunk and tail and even fight a lion in front of him. Also the sourrounding landscape would be set in motion: snakes wriggling around, reptiles (dragons and crocodiles) snapping, insects crawling, flowers opening their blossoms and closing again. The automate was build by the famous London mechanic Hubert O'Martinet (active 1770-1790). An image of this elephant clock can be found online in the collections of Waddesdon Manor! The curators there presume, that their elephant is the same, as the one owned by Tietz and so the same as advertised on this bill (cf. also Description du musée mécanique de Georges Tietz, contenant l'éléphant mécanique d'O' Martinet, et tableaux de l'histoire moderne et de la Bible. Rheims 1853, no. 1.). – As an annex to the exhibition of automates & waxworks there was also an anatomical cabinet, which was charged an extra admission fee for.

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        Panorama d'Égypte et de Nubie avec un portrait de Méhémet-Ali et un texte orné de vignettes.

      Chez l'Auteur, Paris 1841 - (59.5 x 43 cm), [1 errata], 36 leaves [72 pages], 37 aquatint engravings hors text, etched in sepia by Hilmey after drawings by Horeau, depicting 58 subjects including a frontispiece portrait of Mehemet Ali and a panorama of Cairo, each plate is accompanied by a two-page descriptive text with numerous wood engravings, marbled boards, rubbed, scattered foxing throughout, some tears to lower corner of few leaves, restored, damp stain across top margin of title page, restoration to tears on last and title page without any loss of text, otherwise a beautiful copy. Hector Horeau was trained at the École des Beaux-Arts in 1819-1822, being a student in the ateliers of E. Ch. Nepveu and F. Debret. From 1821, he worked first as an illustrator: amongst his commissions was that for the plates of F. Cailliaud's Voyage à Méroé (1826-7). In 1825 he received his first commission as an architect, and architecture remained his main interest and occupation for the rest of his life, which was spent working on both private and public projects in France and England. During the first part of his life he travelled extensively around Europe (Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, England, Russia, Sweden) and Egypt. In Egypt, in 1837-39, he visited the entire country including Nubia. From Alexandria he went to Cairo, explored the site of Giza, hired a boat to Luxor and went up the Nile to Abu Simbel. To achieve the beautiful illustrations of the book, he mentions in the subscription bulletin that "drawings made on site and the benevolent communications of daguerreotype views, have allowed me to achieve great accuracy in the reproduction of the wonders of the Nile Valley". Indeed, he met the photographer Pierre-Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere at Thebes, of whom he ordered daguerreotypes, by which he produced his drawings, in addition to those taken on site. His interest in Egypt lay in both its ancient monuments and the modern country and its population, and it would stay with him for the rest of his life, as shown by his work L'Avenir du Caire au Point de Vue de l'Édilité et de la Civilisation, published two years before his death, in 1870. In addition to the large sepia plates, the book is illustrated with nearly 120 wood engravings in text. The work was dedicated to Eugene Lanchere of Laglandière (1802-1833), there are apparently copies with colour plates. First leaf has a List of subscribers to the publication dated 1846, which included among others, King Louis-Philippe, major booksellers, travellers, architects and Orientalists. This work is considered to be one of the books that helped publicise Egyptology, illustrated with plates of great finesse. His interest in Egypt lay in both its ancient monuments and the modern country and its population, and it would stay with him for the rest of his life, as shown by his work L'Avenir du Caire au Point de Vue de l'Édilité et de la Civilisation, published two years before his death, in 1870. [Griffiths Institute, Oxford]. Bibliographic references: Gay 1895; Hilmy I, 309; Chadenat, 4317; not at Blackmer. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK (Bibliographer Walter E. Smith's copy)

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1841. First Edition. Hard Cover. George Cattermole and Hablot Browne. Large Octavo. THREE VOLUMES. Complete Set. Bound in original brown cloth with first issue variant gilt design on front cover. This is a floral design, not the clock design. Dicken's bibliographer Walter E. Smith's copy with his signature. Volume II of this set is shown as "Binding Variation of Master Humphrey's Clock" in the bibliography "Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth Part I" on page 45. Three very good- to very good+ copies with front hinge cracked Volume I, rear outer hinge Volume II starting, mild cover edge wear all three volumes.

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        Barnaby Rudge; A Tale of the Riots of 'Eighty. With Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Browne

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1841. First separate edition, large 8vo, (vi), (229)-306, 420 pp. Engravings in the text, marbled endpapers and edges. Original blind stamped cloth, spine sunned, some minor marks, a very good copy. Smith I 6B. Originally published in volumes II and III of "Master Humphrey's Clock"; it was bound directly from the unaltered sheets with a new title page.

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        Incidents of a Whaling Voyage. To Which are Added Observations on the Scenery, Manners and Customs, and Missionary Stations, of the Sandwich and Society Islands, Accompanied by Numerous Lithographic prints.

      NY: D. Appleton and Co., 1841. b/w plates. (xi)-360 pp. “...Olmsted took to the sea for reasons of health. He boarded the North America at New London... The ship hunted whales in the Atlantic, rounded Cape Horn, and headed for the Hawaiian Islands. His account of the region resulted in ‘one of the wittiest pictures of Hawaii created prior to the visit of Mark Twain.' The ship also visited Tahiti and the South Pacific, suffered various adventures and disasters, and made a fair catch of whales.” - Hill 1262. Jenkins p. 133. Forster 76. Forbes 1312, who calls it "one of the great classic of life on a whaling voyage." The plates are after his own drawings, and feature dramatic whaling scenes, as well as an early depiction of surf boarding. One of the most important books on 19th century American whaling. From the library of Clifford Ashley, with his bookplate laid in.. Original cloth, spine laid down. Scattered foxing and tanning, but a good copy.

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        Le Follet 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844.

      - Paris, Le Follet ; London, Dobbs ; Court Magazine 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844. 4 volumes in-8, 80, 63, 68 et 47 ff., reliure de l'époque demi-basane, dos ornés (marges courtes). Plus de 250 gravures toutes rehaussées à l'aquarelle. Coloris très frais.* Mode féminine, mode masculine, costumes, robes. * 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. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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        Reisen nach der Stadt des Khalifen, die Ufer des Persischen Meerbusens und des Mittelländischen Meeres entlang. Mit Einschluß einer Reise nach der Küste von Arabien und der Insel Socotra. Zwei Theile. Aus dem Englischen ins Deutsche übertragen von Dr. H. Künzel. Zwei Teile (in 1).

      Pforzheim, Verlag von Dennig Finck & Co., 1841. 8°. 22,5 cm. VI Seiten, [1] Blatt, 474 Seiten. Grüner Halbleinenband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe. Blätter teils wenig stockfleckig, wenige Blätter stärker, Vortitel mit kleinem Randausschnitt. Besitzereintrag auf Titel, durchgehend saubere Unterstreichungen und Marginalien in Blei und schwarzer Tinte. Gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Forschungsreisen / expedition; Reisebeschreibungen / travelogue

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        Camellia Colvilii

      Paris 1841 - Abbé Laurent (Lorenzo) Berlese (1784-1863) was born in Campo Molino near Treviso, in northern Italy. He moved to Paris as a chaplain and by 1817, through his own funding, began cultivating camellias. Interest in camellias peaked in the middle part of the nineteenth century, when large numbers of seedlings obtained from crossing variants of camellia Japonica were raised and named, mostly by the Verschaffelt family at Ghent in Belgium, and continuing with Berlese in Paris until he assembled a collection of around 300 species. In 1837, with his large collection of camellias amassed, many of them hybrid species, Berlese realized the importance of establishing a classification system and that a detailed monograph was required. The “Iconographie du genre Camellia ou Description et Figures des Camellia les Plus Beaux et les Plus Rares” was published in three volumes in Paris between 1841 and 1843, from the drawings made by J.J. Jung of the camellias in Berlese’s greenhouses. The arrangement of the text is unusual as the scientific and practical monograph is printed on the lower half of the recto of each text leaf with the description of the facing plate on the upper half and with the versos of the text leaves blank. Berlese was also a founding member and Vice President of the Société Royale d'Horticulture de Paris and. He lived for nearly 40 years in the French capital in contact with the highest scientific, artistic and political officials of his time. Each original stipple engraving is expertly colored and are fine examples of nineteenth century botanical art. This engraving, Camellia Colvilii, 13.5" x 10.25", is in excellent condition. Exceptionally colored with white petals highlighted in pink, this flower rests delicately on the beautifully detailed multi-tone green leaves.

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        DEBATE ON SLAVERY. (In the Journal of the American Baptist Anti-Slavery Convention, Vol. 1, No. 3).

      Worcester, MA: Executive Committee of the Convention, July 1841.. July 1841.. Fair. - Octavo, completely disbound. Mild ex-library with several ink numerals & the remains of a stamp on the first page. There is a hole & a tear on the first page with the resulting loss of a few words on its verso. The loss is to part of the introductory matter. There is no loss to the text of the debate. Pages [73]-180. The pages are toned & lightly foxed. Good working copy. <p>Justin A. Smith in "Memoir of Rev. Nathaniel Colver, D.D: with lectures, plans of sermons, etc". [Boston: Foxcroft, Jr., 1875] provides some background for this debate: "In the ministry and in the churches, that view of human slavery which chiefly commanded attention, was that which regarded it in the light of Scripture. Does the Bible sanction slavery? Are the references to this subject, whether in the Old Testament or the New, such as to suggest that the relationship of master and slave has a divine recognition and a divine approval, either express or implied? With this question was associated another: What is the moral character of that act in which one human being holds another in slavery, claims him as property, buys him, sells him, uses his labor without requital, and as a protection to himself in seeking to perpetuate that relation, shuts from the slave's mind, wholly or partially, the light of knowledge? Many were prepared to admit the evil of slavery --its mischievous tendencies, in every way--who would not acknowledge it to be a sin....One of [the] notable occasions on which the discussion of these subjects assumed a form specially characteristic and significant, was that of a session of the American Baptist Antislavery Society, held in Tremont Chapel, Boston, May 26-28, 1841."<p>Nathaniel Colver proposed the resolution on which the discussion was based: "Resolved. That the system of American slavery, in its essential principles, has no analogy in the servitude tolerated in the Bible; but that, in its origin and continuance, its is defined in the law of man-stealing, and, with whatever mitigating circumstances it may be attended, it is a sin against God." The President of the Convention, Rev. Elon Galusha, was in the Chair. Among those present was Colver's chief opponent, Rev. Jonathan Davis, the pro-slavery pastor of Bethel Baptist Church, Georgia.<p>The eloquence and acuity of the debate may be judged from the following extracts. Colver quoted from Exodus, xxi, 16: "And he that stealeth a man, and selleth him, or if he be found in his hand, he shall surely be put to death." "The case stands thus," he argued, "God is the legitimate owner of every man. God has constituted every man the guardian of himself, as a moral being, subject to his laws, with guardian responsibilities as deathless as his being. As a guardian over himself, it is not among his functions to relinquish his charge to the absolute will of another. Whoever, therefore, takes him from himself and subjects him to the will of another,steals him from the guardian with whom God has entrusted him, and he that does that, steals him from God, and, need I add, involves himself in the sin specified in the law under consideration. This, then, Sir, is the sin of man-stealing; and this, Sir, is precisely the work of American slavery.<p>Mr. Davis replied at length, maintaining the view held by Southern Christians that the relation as it existed amongst them did not differ radically from the relation of master and servant as sanctioned in the Bible, and claiming that those then holding slaves, having received them by inheritance, with all the responsibilities attached, should not be made accountable for the circumstances under which the black man was first brought to American shores. In reply, Colver referred to the law in Leviticus XXV, 46: "First, that law made no distinction of color. The slave law is predicated upon color. Now, if that law ordained slavery, and the brother will have it for his warrant, let him take it as it is. Let the whites, as well as the blacks, come in for a share of its kind provisions. If you are warranted by that law to buy, hold and sell black slaves, you have in it an equal warrant to treat whites in the same manner. I put it to the Brother if, according to his interpretation of that law, he would not be warranted to buy and hold as slaves any foreign white persons who might be brought to the shores of Georgia by a pirate vessel which had captured them? By what Jesuitism is that law by Southern application restricted to colored men?<p>At a later point in the debate Davis said:"Elder Colver has said that he will relieve me of my troubles about his property so that I may not continue in my guilt. Now I ask Elder Colver if, in addition to that, he will pay me for my slaves, and provide for them. I ask him if he will take them away to New England and raise them from their condition of slavery, and carry out this matter as he should." Colver replied: "I will answer the brother's inquiry by saying that I will relieve him of all his slaves if he will pay them back their hard-earned wages." Davis answered: "I admire the shrewdness of the reply; but honesty requires that I should be paid the full price for having kept them so long. Perhaps, after all, this keeping is not so profitable as is supposed. If you take them, you must take them as they are." "I will take them on those terms," said Mr. Colver, "If you will deduct the extravagant expenses you have obliged them to meet while supporting you and themselves."<p>Countering an objection that if blacks were emancipated, the two races could not live together, Colver said: "Sir, I am reminded of an anecdote which presents the justice of the matter. A man had two horses, a grey one and a black one. His son said, 'Father, the grey horse kicks the black one and won't stand peaceably with him in the stable. Shall I turn Black out?' 'No' said the old man, 'if Grey won't let Black alone, turn Grey out into the storm;' and justice says, amen." Colver also used Santa Domingo as an example, showing that "under all and any circumstances, Emancipation is safe" [i.e. the slaves would not turn on their masters].<p>Nathaniel Colver [1794-1870] was a United States Baptist clergyman. In 1839 he was called to Boston where he cooperated in organizing the church later known as Tremont Temple. His ministry was remarkable for its bold, uncompromising and effective warfare upon slavery and intemperance, as well as for its directly spiritual results. Colver was Chairman of the Executive Committee of the American Baptist Antislavery Convention. The American Baptist Antislavery Convention was formed in April 1840 in New York City. In addition to organizing this 1841 debate, the Convention opened correspondence with their brethren in the South and published the letters in a bi-monthly periodical, "Baptist Antislavery Correspondent."<p>Rare. WorldCat locates 10 copies.

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        Großer goldener Himmel-Schlüssel, oder sehr kräftiges, nützliches und trostreiches Gebetbuch zur Erlösung der lieben Seelen des Fegfeuers. Zum besonderen Gebrauche des andächtigen Weibergeschlechts in diesem Druck Mit über Text-Illlustrationen und 9 Kunst

      Gebr.Carl und Nikolaus Benzinger Einsiedeln 1841 - 646 Seiten. Ledereinband mit Goldschnitt. sehr sehr starke gebrauchsspuren,einband an den kanten bestoßen, beschädigt, goldschnitt kaum noch vorhanden, seiten stark gebrauchsspurig, teils fleckig, fingerspurig,etwas knickspurig, "in zweien kapiteln das fegefeuer erkläret, im dritten kapital aber eine sehr nüztliche unterrichtung mit was für einer meynung man bethen und seine werke verrichten soll, gegeben wird, darnach aber in sechszehn theilen allerhand tatkräftige morgen - und abendgebethe, meß und wesper gebete, beicht und kommunionsgebete, wie auch zum hochwürdigsten sakrament und der heil. dreyfaltigkeit, zu ehren christo und seinen bittern leiden, zur mutter gottes und den heiligen, an allen hohen festen und besonderen tagen, in gemeinen und besonderen nöten für geist- und weltliche jungfrauen , für schwangere und gebärende weiber, kranke und sterbende personen und dann letztlich für die armen seelen des fegefeuern enthalten sind.zum besonderen gebrauch des andächtigen weibergeschlechts durch martin von cochem capu.ord.nicht ohne ursache gibt euch vielgeliebte schwestern in christo jesu , die hilige katholische kirche den herrlichen ehrentitel, daß sie euch in den göttlichen tageszeiten öffentlich nennt und bekennt, zu sehn daß andächtige weibergeschlecht, dann ihr diesen lobreichen ruhmtitel vielfältig verdient, und euch dessen wohl würdig macht, dieweil es ja die tägliche erfahrung mit sich bringt, daß die natur die tugend in euch pflanzt, und euch reichlich mit der andacht , barmherzigkeit, mitleiden und bethseligkeit begabet. .gebether. morgensmeyhnung einer klosterfrau, opferung eienr kleinigkeit für alle lebenden personen, morgengeth einer ehefrau, an einem fasttag, an einem sonntag oder pfingstag, abendgebeth, gebeth unter ausheilung der kommunion, verehrung des heil, blutes am neujahrstag, weihung der kerzen am lichtmeßtag, procession am lichtmeßtag, sakrament zur anbetung am grünen donnerstag, am charfreitag, zum besuchen der gräber, kirchweihung, kichenparton, hochzeitstag, vermählung, jahreskalender, namenskalender."Auszüge aus dem Buch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Petersburg in Bildern und Skizzen … Erster [Zweiter] Theil

      Dresden und Leipzig: Arnold, 1841. First edition. Lithographic title in each volume, folding plan of St. Petersburg. xii, 324; viii, 392 pp. 2 vols. 8vo. Original green printed wrappers, ads on back wrappers; uncut and unpressed. Wrappers toned, losses to spine with old repairs, some marginal chipping. Internally clean. About very good. First edition. Lithographic title in each volume, folding plan of St. Petersburg. xii, 324; viii, 392 pp. 2 vols. 8vo. With a Plan of St. Petersburg. The standard guide to mid-century St. Petersburg, with chapters on the palaces, markets, street life, ice-sleds, the Hermitage, and the notable collections of the city, including a descriptive tour of libraries and archives.

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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

      1841 - deux volumes de I. (6), XVI, Paris, Librairie française et étrangère, 1841, in-4, deux volumes de I. (6), XVI, 286pp, et de II. 120 planches, demi-basane aubergine de l'époque, dos lisse orné de fers romantiques dorés, 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 mené 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. 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. Nombreuses rousseurs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Old Curiosity Shop. A Tale. Complete in One Volume

      Chapman and Hall, London 1841 - First Separate Edition. Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Browne. Large 8vo. "The Old Curiosity Shop" first appeared in the weekly numbers of "Master Humphrey's Clock," as numbers 4-45. This separate edition was issued from the unsold sheets, without the preliminary matter, with the woodcut illustrations, as opposed to the etchings previously used in Dickens's other works. Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Works of Charles Dickens (Grolier Club, 1913), p. 70; Smith 6A Modern full green crushed morocco gilt, upper cover centered with gilt monogram "CD", lower cover centered with gilt facsimile signature of Dickens, a.e.g., marbled endpapers. Fine Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Browne. Large 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Book of Common Prayer & Administration of the Sacraments & Other Rites & Ceremonies of the Church of England & Ireland: with the Psalter or Psalms of David & the Form & Manner of Making, Ordaining & Consecrating of Bishops, Priests & Deacons

      Oxford: Printed at The University Press by John Collingwood & Co 1841 4to unpaginated - VG+ to Near Fine copy of the large 4to edition, bound in original full burgundy leather, with intricate gilt tooling to front & rear covers & spine, raised bands, all edges gilt. There is slight rubbing to the covers, and the edges are scuffed, otherwise the binding is in excellent condition. The bookplate of Edgar & Helen Corrie, dated 27th Nov. 1843, is affixed to the front pastedown, and is very attractive in its own right, having hand-stamped gilt lettering & intricate gilt border on a pur ple background. Internally, apart from some very mild foxing to the prelims, the book is Very Fine throughout, printed in large letter double-column, and appears to be completely unread, with the look and lustre of a brand new book. Obviously, this book has been lovingly cared for by its previous owners throughout the past 150 years, and it is now looking for a new loving home. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ueber Die Durchschneidung der Sehnen und Muskeln

      Albert Förstner, Berlin 1841 - 316pp, + plates. 20 lithographed plates. Text in German. G : in Good condition. Rebound. Some browning and age toning. Small damp stain to fore margin of most plates with no impact on illustrations [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Untersuchungen über die Gletscher.

      Solothurn, Jent & Gassmann, 1841 (text) & Neuchâtel, H. Nicolet, 1840 (atlas). 2 volumes. 8vo (text, 216 x 142mm) & folio (atlas, 500 x 335mm). pp. xxii, 326, (1), with 18 lithographed plates by Joseph Bettannier and 14 lithographed slightly smaller outline key plates. Contemporary half cloth, gilt lettering on spine (text) and original printed yellow wrappers, with large illustration (atlas). First German edition. The first French edition was published almost simultaneously 'Die deutsche Bearbeitung dieses gleichzeitig französisch erschienen Werkes verdank ich meinem Freunde Dr. Carl Vogt' (from the introduction). "Great work of the 'founder of glacial geology'" (Horblit, 'One hundred books famous in science', 1). Louis Agassiz 1807-1873 who was to become the foremost of the early proponents of the idea of a recent ice age, was born into a family of a Swiss Calvinist minister. He attended courses at several universities, graduating as a doctor of philosophy at Erlangen and as a doctor of medicine at Munich. "Agassiz then took a new interest: superficial deposits and landscape features of Switzerland and Germany that were attracting attention as being possibly related to a previous much wider extent of the alpine glaciers. This activety culminated in 1840 in his 'Études sur les glaciers', in which he was able to show that Switzerland had recently been covered by a vast ice cap, and from which meltwater carried far and wide great spreads of sand, gravel, and huge erratic boulder. The thesis brought the author to the immediate notice of European and American geologists" (Hancock & Skinner, 'The Oxford Companion to the Earth', p. 8). The German edition seems to be much rarer than the French one.//PMM 309 (French edition); Norman 17 (French edition); Sparrow, 'Milestones of Science', 2 (German edition); Horblit 1 (French edition).

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

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

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        Linea De Ward Espana - Cuba - Mexico Servicio Rapido Regular de Pasaje y Carga

      Wendell P. Colton Co, New York - Poster. Color lithograph. Page measures 36.75" x 24" A unique poster from the interwar and prohibition period in 20th century US history. This poster advertisement is for the Ward Line, also known as the New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Company which operated passenger and cargo service out of New York City from 1841 to 1954. The two steamship featured on this poster are S.S. Orizaba and SS. Siboney. During World War I, the U.S. government commandeered Orizaba and Siboney and outfitted them for military duties which was common practice during the war. The Ward Line reacquired the ships after they were decommissioned by the US government. The routes with the Ward Line, from New York to Cuba and Mexico were successful in part because it was a way for people to get around Prohibition. The transatlantic route to Spain was apparently not as successful due to a lack of passengers. A tall ship can be seen off in the distance, which juxtaposed with the modern steamer, points to it as a way of the past. Small tear at bottom center. Hanging metal clips attached. Rare.

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        Family Records; or the Two Sisters. Rare first edition in two volumes.

      Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1841 - First edition, 2 vols, crown 8vo (7½ x 4½), pp. (2), (3)-206; (2), (3)-218. Original tan lined backed drab boards. Printed paper lettering pieces. Very good+ copy with some natural wear especially to the paper lettering pieces, corners bumped. Sheets age toned with some foxing & stains. This work is listed in error in the 1941 edition of CBEL as 3 vols, 1841 & without a publisher specified. H7011 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Horse Racing of Sioux Indians near Fort Pierre

      1841. First Edition . BODMER, Karl. Horse Racing of Sioux Indians near Fort Pierre. Paris: Arthus Bertrand (Imprimé de Bougeard), [1841]. Original hand-colored engraving, plate impression measures 9 by 12-1/2 inches; window matted, entire piece measures 23 by 20 inches. $1500.Original hand-colored Plate XXX, first state, one of the 33 “vignette” plates from Karl BodmerÂ’s magnificent picture atlas produced for Maximilian Wied-NeuwiedÂ’s Travels in the Interior of North America (1839-43).MaximilianÂ’s monumental work was originally published in German (1839-41); a French translation followed in 1840-43 and an English translation in 1843. A picture-atlas of eighty-one plates (48 folios and 33 “vignettes”) after paintings by Karl Bodmer was issued in Paris, and accompanied all three of these editions. This Atlas is now regarded as one of the most comprehensive and memorable visual surveys of the western territories ever produced. Unlike some other painters of the American West, Bodmer tried not to romanticize his subjects, but show them as they really were. “BodmerÂ’s watercolors are perhaps the most accurate works of art ever made of American Indians during the 19th century. His attention in detail to beadwork, personal symbols, clothing, accoutrements, and facial expression make these portraits precious documents of a lost world” (Robert Moore). In 1833-34 MaximilianÂ’s party embarked on the most important part of their travels-they proceeded up the treacherous Missouri River along the line of forts established by the American Fur Company, in the CompanyÂ’s Yellowstone, the first steamer to ascend the Missouri as far as Fort Pierre. There they made contact with the Sioux Tribe, learning and recording their little known ceremonial dances, their powerful pride and dignity, and their recreations, including horse racing as depicted in this superb hand-colored engraving, with Fort Pierre in the background. Maximilian recorded in his journal: “In the daytime the Indians were often seen galloping their horses, mostly riding on their bare backs: sometimes they ran races, as Mr. Bodmer has represented.” “With the name of the artist-‘C. Bodmer Direct.Â’-stamped in blind on each of the plates, this work is the most beautiful, faithful and vivid ever produced depicting western plains and Indians” (Howes M443a). This is one of the 33 beautiful vignettes, number XXX (with the requisite three separate imprint statements, captions in German, French, and English, and the embossed stamp). First state, without date in imprint statement. Ruud, 315. See Howes M443a; Wagner-Camp 76; Streeter III:1809. Lightly soiled. A very desirable and rare Bodmer, in extremely good condition.

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        Ashantee And The Gold Coast: Being A Sketch Of The History, Social State, And Superstitions Of The Inhabitants Of Those Countries: With A Notice Of The State And Prospects Of Christianity Among Them

      John Mason [Sold By], London 1841 - Appendix of Description of a Slave War & Vocabulary of the Fanti Language to rear. Book - in Good green boards with blind stamped decoration and gilt lettering to the spine - Book spine ends have been strengthened internally otherwise boards a little rubbed to the extreme corners and slight sunning to the spine although the gilt lettering is still bright and distinct . Contents, text block has been re-cased with new webbing and lemon endpapers similar in colour to originals, light offset browning from folded map page facing and to outer margin of first page of text, slight browning to the map SEE SCAN otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. An attractive copy of this interesting history of what we now know as Ghana Size: 7.75 inches tall by 4.5 inches. xix, 376 pages with an appendix to rear. Fold out map of Western Africa after the content pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Travel & Places; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 9001. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of Tour in the Holy Land, in May and June, 1840

      Harrison & Co., London 1841 - Brown leather with floral gilt decoration to ribbed spine, gilt title to chocolate title lavel, blind tooling borders to leather to boards; marbled paper to boards. Illustrated with lithographs. Some wear to leather along edges and along spine (somewhat disguised by ornate gilt stamping). Size: 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historische Karte der Grafschaften Oldenburg und Delmenhorst auch Karte der Wesermündungen ums Jahr 1511 - Nach Angaben von O. Lasius und Anderen entworfen und gestochen von W. Niebour 1841':.

      - Altkolorierte Lithographie v. W. Niebour n. O. Lasius, dat. 1841, 56,5 x 41,5 Zeigt die Grafschaften Oldenburg und Delmenhorst mit dem Gebiet zwischen Cloppenburg, Delmenhorst und Mündung der Weser und Jade in die Nordsee. - Am rechten Rand Stadtplan von Oldenburg mit den Befestigungsanlagen. - Am linken Rand Stadtplan von Jever. Unten links Erklärungen. Oben rechts Titelkartusche.

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