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        One of the finest original Manuscript Whale Logs extant, with 137 whale and ship stampings, spending a significant period fishing in Hawaii and Japan

      Bedford & Indian Pacific Ocean, 1841-1845. 8.25" x 13.5". "Manuscript log book 8.25"" x 13.50"" by Captain Francis Fisher, aboard the Swift, from Edgartown to the Indian Ocean, December 22, 1841 through May 11, 1845. Includes 137 original whale and ship stamp stencils. 398 written pages with scattered excisions. In rubbed marbled paper boards and a contemporary brown leather spine. Boards rubbed and worn, spine worn with rubbing. Edgewear with outer edges lacking material as is typically found. Gilt titles to spine, ""Journey Whaling Voyage"" with gilt ruled décor, rubbed and faded. Binding is fragile, shaken, but intact with but one loose page. Stunning original marbled end papers present. All neatly housed in a near fine custom tray case of brown cloth with a quarter leather spine with raised band, and gilt titles.A rather zealous log with much anticipation of an adventure mixed with reflection and responsibility. The long voyage of the Swift, piloted by Captain Fisher took him and his crew from New Bedford towards the Indian Ocean, stopping at the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, where all hands are employed baking and storing meat to replenish supplies, before pushing further east, whaling off New Holland in 1842. He sails past the Navigator Islands (Samoa), along the Equator and up to the waters off Japan. Having cruised back to Hawaii for the second time in the voyage, Fisher records 'Foure men down with the Scurvy' while on the approach to the islands (8 October 1844). After a 5 week stay in the South Pacific, and while continuing his journey Southward, Captain Fisher records numerous whale citing's including the addition of 5 original ink whale stamps, (Nov 21, 1844). Captain Francis Fisher writes of his daily accounts with the weather, the wind and the whales, describing the chase and the hauling of the great Sperms whales and noting them be ""taken to the ship and the commencement of the cutting' . His log is interwoven with two reflective poems at the front and back of the book, along with interspersed entries contemplating his life. The regular daily logs are detailed daily accountings, indicating the winds, and weather conditions. Numerous whale sightings abound in this log which appears to have been a successful voyage. The whale sightings are noted with both detailed comments and original stamp drawings of a whale 'diving' (the drawing will show the tail of the whale), however if the whale was captured the stamp drawing shows a full whale body with some red representing blood. Strong wind conditions appear to be both noted in script, but also with an original stamp drawing of a ship. Adversities are also noted with such example as upon cruising back to Hawaii for the second time in the voyage, Fisher records 'Foure men down with the Scurvy' on the approach to the islands (8 October 1844).Captain Fisher begins his log noting ""Journal of a Voyage to the Indian Ocean and Elsewhere"", and includes a preamble poem as (in part):""it was no common (illegible) that hounds my youthful heart.Trial and that... truth could only knowAnd only death can partI had no (illegible) to bestowNor none of high degreeBut all I had, a constant heartAnd true I gave to thee A Will to doWhat'er thy love might claimA high resolve, though good or illTo cling to thee the same""With the final poem, (written perhaps as a sailor ""sea chant') penned at the end of the log and signed by Francis Fisher as follows:""On the Death Of a BabeAnd in a brighter, purer sphereBeyond the sunless tombWhere virtues that have charmed us hereIn Fadeless life shall bloomYes in a brighter purer sphereBeyond the sunless tombThe virtues that have charmed us hereIn fadeless life shall bloom""Captain Fisher is further reflective on the advent of the New Year of 1843, when he acclaims – ""acknowledge my sins and imperfections are many … and I plead guilty and pray God to be merciful to me a sinner and that I may be kept from sin, and led not into temptation, and that the Lord would be with me and direct me in the path of wisdom "" – apparently using the ship's log as something resembling a confessional. His whaling voyage shows being off to a solid start with early citing's of whales, and numerous successful catches, however events really beginning to rock aboard the Swift upon reaching the equator in 1843. Several revealing examples of the daily logs include:""1842Wednesday Apr 27th ...Saw Sperm WhalesFriday Apr 29th ...saw several Sperm whales at 11 ...chasing whalesSaturday Apr 30th..First part lively breezes and fine weather at whale to the Ship Middle and Latter part calm with fine weather … commenced cuting[sic]""Friday May 13th First part strong wind from the SE Middle and Latter part the same at … seen several Sperm Whales going to the NW at 10 (knots)to Board the Boasts at 11 (knots) ends these 24 hours first to ..Sat May 14. First part strong winds from the SE at 2PM took one whale to the ship at 4 to the other Boat came on board having had to cut one ship in sight, made everything ready for cutting in Middle and Latter part moderate winds and squally at 6 A.Am commenced cuting[sic] in the Whale.""The log showed a large haul representing the capturing of numerous whales in a single day in 1843 with the top of the page header stating ""On The Equator"" with an accounting of the event:""1843Sunday Nov 19th First part light wind from the E.N.E. al sail set ...whales at 9 … taking whales to the ship … at 2 PM took the last whale to the ship commenced cuting[sic], at 8 commenced baling out ""And just days later on the Nov 26th, once again they reported sighting and capturing of 5 whale,s taking them aboard the ship and ""commenced cuting [sic]"" (with the whale log showing 5 whale stamps present showing blood).A detailed and thought provoking account of one man's long and soulful journey with his crew, in pursuit of whales around the world. Spectacular presentation, and quite scarce."

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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. 2000 g

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        Samuel Scott, the unfortunate American Diver

      [London?] 1841 - Lithographed portrait. Rare portrait of an American daredevil printed shortly after his deadly fall from Waterloo Bridge. Born in Philadelphia, Scott served in the U.S. Navy where he became well known for jumping off the masts of ships. This led to a career as a stuntman and daredevil, travelling the U.S. and Canada performing his death defying leaps, including a purported 593-foot jump from Niagara Falls. On January 11, 1841, Scott planned to run from the White Lion Pub in Drury Lane to Waterloo Bridge, jump from a scaffold on the bridge into the river, and return to the pub during the hour between 1:00 and 2:00 P.M. As per previous bridge jumps, a rope attached to the scaffold allowed Scott to swing away from the bridge before diving. But on this jump, the rope wrapped around Scott's neck. The spectators erroneously thought that this was part of Scott's act, no immediate action was taken and Scott inadvertently hung himself. The present rare portrait shows a young looking Scott with Waterloo bridge and scaffolding in the background. OCLC cites but one extant example in North Americana collections. A recorded example at the Wellcome Library includes a Day & Son stamp on verso of a mount.

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        De valkenvangst.

      The Hague: Van Stockum, 1841 First edition. 23 x 14 cm. Original clothbacked woodengraved boards. Illustrated with a frontispiece. Very good copy. Occasional slightly foxed. Very rare first edition. Dedication copy from the author to the illustrator of the frontispiece Johannes Bosboom. For a full description and more images please visit .

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        BURGHAUSEN., Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe über die Salzach

      Kol. Lithographie von I. Lutzenberger, 1841, 26 x 45,5 cm. Nicht bei Lentner. - Alt auf Karton aufgezogen und bis an die Einfassungslinie geschnitten. Im Himmel etwas berieben. Der Titel extra montiert. Dekorativ in alte Kirschholzleiste gerahmt. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        MÜNCHEN., "Carolinenplatz". Reizend staffagierte Ansicht mit Blick in die Briennerstraße.

      Altkolorierte Lithographie mit Tonplatte von A.E. Kirchner, 1841, 27 x 38 cm. Maillinger II,204,20 Pfister II,281,3 Lentner 1176,3 nicht bei Slg. Proebst. - "Sehr seltene Folge von hervorragend schönen Blättern, die z.T. sehr hoch bezahlt werden" (Lentner). - Sehr feines Kolorit. Breitrandig und gut erhalten. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Wanderungen an der Nord- und Ostsee. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Leipzig, Wigand, (1841). 2 Bll., 116 S.; 128 S. Mit 30 Stahlstich-Tafeln. Gr.-8°. Hldr. d. Zt. mit RVerg. (Kanten beschabt).

       1841 Mit den schönen Ansichten von Helgoland, Wangerooge, Norderney, Neuwerk u.a., auch von Danzig (2), Stettin, Stralsund, Arcona usw. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Famous Old People: Being the Second Epoch of Grandfather's Chair

      Boston: E. P. Peabody, 1841, 1841. First edition. Clark A7.1; BAL 7591. Very good copy.. 12mo, original slate cloth (a little stained and worn), remains of black label on the front cover.

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        Eigenh. Briefentwurf. Frankfurt, 30. III. 1841.

      1841. 1 S. auf gefalt. Bogen, halbbrüchig beschrieben. Folio. An Friedrich Wilhelm I., Kurfürst von Hessen-Kassel (1802-75), der ihn um Personalvorschläge für einen Juristen in seinem Kabinett ("einen Mann von gesetztem Alter, von guten monarchischen Gesinnungen, frei von modernen Staats-Theorien, von anerkannter Rechtlichkeit und Unbescholtenheit") gebeten hatte: "Eure Hoheit geruhen mir durch Höchstdero gnädiges Schreiben v. 24. d. einen neuen Beweis jenes Vertrauens zu geben, dessen zu erfreuen ich schon mehrere Male die Genugthuung hatte, u. welches unter allen Umständen bewahrt zu sehen ich mir zur angelegentlichen Aufgabe machen werde. E. H. werden demnach auch nicht zu bezweifeln geruhen, daß ich den Auftrag, mit welchem mich Höchstdieselben dermal beehren, in reife u. gründliche Erwägung gezogen u. mir dann gewissenhaft die Frage gestellt habe, ob unter den Individuen, die mir in verschiedenen Verhältnissen vorgekommen sind, u. die füglich bereit wären, einem so ehrenvollen Ruf zu folgen, mir ein Mann bekannt sey, den ich aus Uiberzeugung [...] als ein mit allen erforderlichen, von E. H. so treffend bezeichneten Eigenschaften ausgerüstetes Individuum, Höchstdemselben empfelen könnte? - u. ich mußte mir hierauf selbst das Geständnis ablegen daß ich zur Zeit ausser Stande sey, das in mich gesetzte schmeichelhafte Vertrauen in der von Höchstdemselben vorausgesetzten Weise zu rechtfertigen [...]".

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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 durchaus verbesserte auflage 17 cm. 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 Versand D: 5,00 EUR [erziehung, verkündung, unterricht, bibel, vergebung, vergänglichkeit, freiheit, gottees wort, gebet, verlangen, besitz, jesus christi, heilung, glaube, psalme, apostel, warheit, geschichte, kirche, vollendung, heilige schrift, menschensohn, ursprung jesu]

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        Pigot and Co's Royal National and Commercial Directory and Topography of the Counties of York, Leicester, Rutland, Lincoln, Northampton, and Nottingham. 1841

      London: J Pigot and Co. G : in Good condition. Modern rebind in half leather with new eps. Spine faded. Browning and some off setting within. Maps generally in good order, but some have tears. 1841. First Edition. Brown leather spine over brown hardback cloth boards. 250mm x 160mm (10" x 6"). [991pp] + ads. Fold out maps of Yorkshire, Leicestershire & Rutlandshire (together), Lincolnshire, Northamtonshire, Nottinghamshire, Manchester & Salford (together), and 40 Miles Around Manchester. 'To Which is Added Classified Directories of the Great Manufacturing Towns of Manchester and Salford'. .

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        Constantinopel und die malerische Gegend der sieben Kirchen in Kleinasien (2 Bände in 1).

      Braunschweig, Westermann, 1841. - Nach der Natur gezeichnet von Thomas Allom. Nest einer kurzen Geschichte Constantinopels und Erklärung der Stahlstiche. Nach dem Englischen von. J. Th. Zenker. Vollständige Ausgabe mit den englischen Original-Stahlstichen. Mit 2 gestochenen Titeln, 1 Stahlstichkarte, 93 Stahlstichtafeln, XLIV; 102 Seiten; VI. Seite 103 bis 204, roter Halblederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 28 x 22,5 cm, Der prachtvolle Einband nur gering berieben, die ersten und letzten Blatt etwas stockfleckig, sonst meist sauber, gutes Exemplar. Mit den schönen Ansichten des alten Konstantinopels. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memorias historicas, politicas e filosoficas da Revolução do Porto em maio de 1828, e dos emigrados portuguezes pela Hespanha, Inglaterra, França e Belgica. Obra posthuma .

      Rio de Janeiro, Typographia de Laemmert, 1841. - 8°, twentieth-century (second quarter) quarter mottled sheep over paper boards (faux leather tree design), flat spine richly gilt with two crimson morocco lettering pieces, lime green endleaves, text block edges sprinkled red (very slight wear at extremities). Small wood-engraved vignette on title page. Occasional light foxing. Overall in very good condition. Ownership signature of J. Machado e Silva on half-title, dated 1859, Vianna. Twentieth-century bookplate, without name, illustrated with lamp, laurel twig, and open book. xiv pp., (1 blank l.), 363, (1) pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this important work on the 1828 Revolution. The author, born in Porto, lived in Bahia as a merchant, serving as well as a Capitão de milicias and Vereador da Câmara until shortly after independence was declared, then returned to Portugal. In Bahia he published the @Seminário civico, of which 117 numbers were said to have appeared from 1821 to Jun 5, 1823, and @A Sentinella Bahiense, of which there were said to have been published 15 numbers from 21 June to 7 October 1823. From 1826 to 1828 he published in Porto @O imparcial, defending the Carta Constitucional, but threatened with persecution, fled the country in 1828. In Rio de Janeiro his @Brasileiro imparcial, published from 1830 to 1831 (when the author died), caused such ill feeling that his funeral ceremonies were disrupted by protesters.This book appears to have been written in exile in England and Brazil between 1829 and Rio de Janeiro, December 4, 1830, the place and date of the author's preface. His son, the physician Emilio Joaquim da Silva Maia, wrote an introduction, addressed to the Instituto Histórico e Geográfico Brasileiro, dated May 19, 1841, followed by a preface in which he states that his father's manuscript came into his possession in 1834. Pages 347-63 constitute a list of subscribers.*** Innocêncio IV, 112. Canto, @Ensaio bibliographico . 1828 a 1834 (1892) 355. For Emilio Joaquim da Silva Maia, see Sacramento Blake, II, 271-4. Porbase locates seven copies: five at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (one of which is missing all from p. 347 to the end), and one each at the Biblioteca Central da Marinha and the Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Copac locates copies at Cambridge University and Oxford University. NUC: DLC, MH, DCU-IA. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pigot and Co's Royal National and Commercial Directory and Topography of the Counties of York, Leicester, Rutland, Lincoln, Northampton, and Nottingham. 1841

      London: J Pigot and Co. G : in Good condition. Modern rebind in half leather with new eps. Spine faded. Browning and some off setting within. Maps generally in good order, but some have tears. 1841. First Edition. Brown leather spine over brown hardback cloth boards. 250mm x 160mm (10" x 6"). [991pp] + ads. Fold out maps of Yorkshire, Leicestershire & Rutlandshire (together), Lincolnshire, Northamtonshire, Nottinghamshire, Manchester & Salford (together), and 40 Miles Around Manchester. 'To Which is Added Classified Directories of the Great Manufacturing Towns of Manchester and Salford'. .

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        Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress

      London Chapman and Hall 1841 - Third Edition, the first to contain Dickens' "Apology", an answer to many criticisms laid at his door for his immoral tale. Three Volumes. Illustrated with Cruikshank's plates. Bound in recent brown full morocco, red and green labels, gilt decoration to spine, raised bands, top edge gilt. A set in Fine condition in fine bindings.

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        Christopher Wren, D.D.D., Carolus Robertus Cockerell. Dum præclare opifex tua quae manus una creavit compono en facta est altera Roma tibi. The principal works only of Sir Chr. Wren are given in this plate, but the number of them altogether (never yet collected) probably exceeds 100. The Parentalia cites 53 churches built by him in London alone & a synopsis of his public works published in 1724, cites 63 buildings.

      Published by Alexr. Hill, publisher to the Royal Scottish Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Princes Street,, Edinburgh, 1841 - The works of Sir Christopher Wren Engraving. A striking montage of the works of Sir Christopher Wren.The image is dominated by Wren's greatest achievement, St Paul's Cathedral. The work features not only the great completed works such as the Royal Hospital at Greenwich, Temple Bar, the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, and Monument, but also unfinished masterpieces such as Winchester Palace. Intended as a mini-Versailles, the project ran into financial problems and the work was never completed. The print was usually sold with a key which marked all 62 buildings shown on the plan.This ambitious vision was the brainchild of Charles Robert Cockerell (1788-1863), an architect who was appointed surveyor of St Paul's Cathedral in 1819, sparking an interest in Wren's work. He was also Professor of Architecture at the Royal Academy from 1839, and was the second president of the Royal Institute of British Architects (1860-1861). Cockerell began gathering information for the print as early as 1825. All 136 preparatory sketches and the original watercolour on which the print is based are now housed in the RIBA Library. According to the Art Fund Review in 2006, only three impressions of the print are known, of which two are in the RIBA collection. Image: 415 by 564mm (16.25 by 22.25 inches). Sheet: 590 by 648mm (23.25 by 25.5 inches). BM 1879,0308.7; National Art Collections Fund, annual report, 2006, p.109.

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        Israel Restored

      London - James Nisbet, 1841 Book. Fine. Hardcover. A collection of essaysdelivered during Lent 1841. Edited by William Robert Fremantle, a fellow of Magdalen College Oxford and eventual Dean of Ripon. There are twelve lectures intotal deliveredby several prominent clergymen of the time including Fremantlehimself, Rev A Dallas, W W Pym and C J Goodhart. A very scarce collection of essays regarding the relationshipbetween Judaism and Christianity. Only one copy on Copac, held at the Register of Preservation Surrogates at the British Library. Condition: In a full calf binding with gilt stamping to the spine and board edges. Externally, excellent with minor shelfwear to the joints and extremities. The odd spot to the boards. Prior owner's signature to the dedication page. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright and very clean throughout. Overall: FINE..

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        De Simonia - Contemporary, original manuscript of Francisco Suarez work "De Simonia".

      8. 93 leaves ((2), 188 pages). Hardcover / Original pigskin. Very good condition with only minor split to upper hinge. Some external wear. Faint dampstain to lower margins. The manuscript seems to be either a compendium of excerpts related to Suarez' "De Simonia" or even an outline of the work. While it looks like a personal selection, a summary of chapters of the writer, the irregular corrrespondence of chapters between the manuscript and the finished work, allows us to speculate on this manuscript being a possible draft. The manuscript is quarto sized in contemporary vellum with the title penned on an upper spine compartment and the number 41 at the foot of the spine. The manuscript has a title page stating 'De Simonia' which precedes the 93 leaf treatise and is followed by two leaves of 'Index Capitum, que in hoc continentur tractatu'. The manuscript is in a regular forward sloping scribal hand with between 20 and 25 lines per page. The text is divided into 39 chapters. The Index reads: Index Capitum que in hoc continentur tractatu: I - Quid sit Simonia et uncle dicatur (identical with Chapter I of Suarez' "De Simonia" / II - Affectur divisio Simonie / III - An in peccato simoniae sit tantium malitia contra religionem an etiam contra justitiam (identical with chapter IV of "De Simonia) etc. / XVI An Beneficia Ecclesiastica sint materia Simonia Jure Divina nel Jure Ecclesiastico etc., etc. / Images of the work and the Index on request. [See full text of Francisco Suarez "De Simonia" in "Theologiae Cursus Completus" - by Jacques Paul Migne (Tomus Decimus-Septimus: De Censuris - De Irregularitatibus - De Simonia - De Oratione) Paris, 1841]. Francisco Suárez (5 January 1548 25 September 1617) was a Spanish Jesuit priest, philosopher and theologian, one of the leading figures of the School of Salamanca movement, and generally regarded among the greatest scholastics after Thomas Aquinas. His work is considered a turning point in the history of second scholasticism, marking the transition from its Renaissance to its Baroque phasis. His most important philosophical achievements were in metaphysics and the philosophy of law. Suárez may be considered the last eminent representative of mediaeval scholasticism. He adhered to a moderate form of Thomism and developed metaphysics as a systematic enquiry. For Suárez, metaphysics was the science of real essences (and existence) it was mostly concerned with real being rather than conceptual being, and with immaterial rather than with material being. He held (along with earlier scholastics) that essence and existence are the same in the case of God (see ontological argument), but disagreed with Aquinas and others that the essence and existence of finite beings are really distinct. He argued that in fact they are merely conceptually distinct: rather than being really separable, they can only logically be conceived as separate. On the vexed subject of universals, he endeavored to steer a middle course between the realism of Duns Scotus and the nominalism of William of Occam. His position is a little bit closer to nominalism than that of Thomas Aquinas. Sometimes he is classified as a moderate nominalist, but his admitting of objective precision (praecisio obiectiva) ranks him with moderate realists. The only veritable and real unity in the world of existences is the individual to assert that the universal exists separately ex parte rei would be to reduce individuals to mere accidents of one indivisible form. Suárez maintains that, though the humanity of Socrates does not differ from that of Plato, yet they do not constitute realiter one and the same humanity there are as many "formal unities" (in this case, humanities) as there are individuals, and these individuals do not constitute a factual, but only an essential or ideal unity ("In such a way, that many individuals, which are said to be of the same nature, are so: only through the operation of the intellect, not through a substance or essence of things which unites them"). The formal unity, however, is not an arbitrary creation of the mind, but exists "in the nature of the thing, prior [ontologically] to any operation of the intellect". His metaphysical work, giving a remarkable effort of systematisation, is a real history of medieval thought, combining the three schools available at that time: Thomism, Scotism and Nominalism. He is also a deep commentator of Arabic or high medieval works. He enjoyed the reputation of being the greatest metaphysician of his time. He thus founded a school of his own, Suarezianism (...). Suárez made an important classification of being in Disputationes Metaphysicae (1597), which influenced the further development of theology within Catholicism (his fellow Jesuit Pedro da Fonseca having a powerful effect on Protestant Scholastic thought in the 16th and 17th centuries). In the second part of the book, disputations 28-53, Suárez fixes the distinction between ens infinitum (God) and ens finitum (created beings). The first division of being is that between ens infinitum and ens finitum. Instead of dividing being into infinite and finite, it can also be divided into ens a se and ens ab alio, i.e., being that is from itself and being that is from another. A second distinction corresponding to this one:ens necessarium and ens contingens, i.e., necessary being and contingent being. Still another formulation of the distinction is between ens per essentiam and ens per participationem, i.e., being that exists by reason of its essence and being that exists only by participation in a being that exists on its own. A further distinction is between ens increatum and ens creatum, i.e., uncreated being and created, or creaturely, being. A final distinction is between being as actus purus and being as ens potentiale, i.e., being as pure actuality and being as potential being. Suárez decided in favor of the first classification of the being into ens infinitum and ens finitum as the most fundamental, in connection with which he accords the other classifications their due. In theology, Suárez attached himself to the doctrine of Luis Molina, the celebrated Jesuit professor of Évora. Molina tried to reconcile the doctrine of predestination with the freedom of the human will and the predestinarian teachings of the Dominicans by saying that the predestination is consequent upon God's foreknowledge of the free determination of man's will, which is therefore in no way affected by the fact of such predestination. Suárez endeavoured to reconcile this view with the more orthodox doctrines of the efficacy of grace and special election, maintaining that, though all share in an absolutely sufficient grace, there is granted to the elect a grace which is so adapted to their peculiar dispositions and circumstances that they infallibly, though at the same time quite freely, yield themselves to its influence. This mediatizing system was known by the name of "congruism." Here Suárez' main importance stems probably from his work on natural law, and from his arguments concerning positive law and the status of a monarch. In his extensive work Tractatus de legibus ac deo legislatore (reprinted, London, 1679) he is to some extent the precursor of Grotius and Samuel Pufendorf, in making an important distinction between natural law and international law, which he saw as based on custom. Though his method is throughout scholastic, he covers the same ground, and Grotius speaks of him in terms of high respect. The fundamental position of the work is that all legislative as well as all paternal power is derived from God, and that the authority of every law resolves itself into His. Suárez refutes the patriarchal theory of government and the divine right of kings founded upon it---doctrines popular at that time in England and to some extent on the Continent. He argued against the sort of social-contract theory that became dominant among early-modern political philosophers such as Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, but some of his thinking found echoes in the more liberal, Lockean contract theorists. Human beings, argued Suárez, have a social nature bestowed upon them by God, and this includes the potential to make laws. But when a political society is formed, the authority of the state is not of divine but of human origin therefore, its nature is chosen by the people involved, and their natural legislative power is given to the ruler.[6] Because they gave this power, they have the right to take it back, to revolt against a ruler but only if the ruler behaves badly towards them, and they're obliged to act moderately and justly. In particular, the people must refrain from killing the ruler, no matter how tyrannical he may have become. If a government is imposed on people, on the other hand, they not only have the right to defend themselves by revolting against it, they are entitled to kill the tyrannical ruler. In 1613, at the instigation of Pope Paul V, Suárez wrote a treatise dedicated to the Christian princes of Europe, entitled Defensio catholicae fidei contra anglicanae sectae errores ("Defense of the Universal Catholic Faith Against the Errors of the Anglican Sect").This was directed against the oath of allegiance which James I required from his subjects. James (himself a talented scholar) caused it to be burned by the common hangman, and forbade its perusal under the 'severest penalties, complaining bitterly to Philip III that he should harbour in his dominions a declared enemy of the throne and majesty of kings.De Incarnatione (1590-1592)De sacramentis (1593-1603)Disputationes metaphysicae (1597)De divina substantia eiusque attributis (1606)De divina praedestinatione et reprobatione (1606)De sanctissimo Trinitatis mysterio (1606)De religione (1608-1625)De legibus (1612)De gratia (1619)De angelis (1620)De opere sex dierum (1621)De anima (1621)De fide, spe et charitate (1622)De ultimo fine hominis (1628) In the 18th century, the Venice edition of Opera Omnia in 23 volumes in folio (17401751) appeared, followed by the Parisian Vivès edition, 26 volumes + 2 volumes of indices (18561861) in 1965 the Vivés edition of the Disputationes Metaphysicae (volls. 25-26) was reprinted by Georg Olms, Hildesheim. From 1597 to 1636 the Disputationes Metaphysicae were published in seventeen editions no modern edition of Suárez's complete works is yet available and only few of Suárez's Disputations have been translated into English. The contributions of Suarez to metaphysics and theology exerted significant influence over 17th and 18th century scholastic theology among both Roman Catholics and Protestants. Thanks in part to the strength of Suárez's Jesuit order, his Disputationes Metaphysicae was widely taught in the Catholic schools of Spain, Portugal and Italy. It also spread from these schools to many Lutheran universities in Germany, where the text was studied especially by those who favoured Melanchthon rather than Luther's attitude towards philosophy. In a number of seventeenth-century Lutheran universities the Disputationes served as a textbook in philosophy. In a similar way, Suárez had major influence in the Reformed tradition of German and Dutch schools for both metaphysics and law, including international law. His work was highly priased, for example, by Hugo Grotius (1583-1645). His influence is evident in the writings of Bartholomaeus Keckermann (15711609), Clemens Timpler (15631624), Gilbertus Jacchaeus (15781628), Johann Heinrich Alsted (15881638), Antonius Walaeus (15731639), and Johannes Maccovius (Jan Makowski 15881644), among others.[9] This influence was so pervasive that by 1643 it provoked the Dutch Reformed theologian Jacobus Revius to publish his book-length response: Suarez repurgatus. The views of Suarez upon the human origin of political order, and his defense of tyrannicide emanating from popul

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        Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians

      1841 - WILKINSON, John Gardner. Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians. WITH: A Second Series of the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians. London: John Murray, 1842, 1841. Together, six volumes. Octavo, publisher’s pictorial brown cloth gilt rebacked with original spines laid down. $1850.Mixed first and second editions (second edition of the first series and first edition of the second) of these significant studies by "the founder of British Egyptology," generously illustrated with 94 plates—some folding, some in color—and numerous in-text woodcuts.Explorer and Egyptologist John Gardner Wilkinson stirred remarkable interest by presenting his studies of ancient Egypt in the form of practical guides for the well-educated but non-specialist traveler to the region. Manners and Customs is his landmark work and a standard source on the subject. "Wilkinson is regarded as the founder of British Egyptology, being a pioneer in the decipherment of hieroglyphs, the first to recognize several royal names, and first to make detailed surveys of all the major sites in Egypt, single-handedly, and to make a complete plan of Thebes. His contribution was enormous" (Clayton, The Rediscovery of Ancient Egypt, 46). Illustrated with numerous vignettes and 17 plates (five chromolithographs, three folding), and with the supplementary volume of 77 plates (two chromolithographs, 14 folding). The first series was first published 1837. Bookseller’s and bookbinders’ small tickets. Armorial bookplates. Pencil owner signatures and occasional marginalia.Restoration to joints and spine ends. Horizontal split across spine of Volume I. An extremely good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vite dei pittori ed artefici bolognesi.

      Bologna, Tipi Governativi alla Volpe, 1841/1843, 5 parti in in due vol. In 8*, cartonato originale coevo. pp. 22-(2)-202-(2) + 200-(2) + (4)-114-(1)- 405-(3). Ritratti di C. C. Malvasia, F. Francia, F. Primaticcio, Agostino, Ludovico Carracci, Guido Reni e del "Guercino" in tav. f.t. Manca quello di Annibale. Buon esemplare. Lozzi, 421: "non facili a trovare tutte complete, specie dei ritratti".

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        Monstorum Sexcentorum Descriptio Anatomica

      1841. Hardcover. Good. Folio measures 14.5 x 20.5 inches. 30 full page engraved plates. Text in LATIN. Ex-library copy. Covers loose, spine cloth missing. Title and preface signature complete but loose from book, few usual markings, else interior good. Scattered light to moderate foxing. Each plate has faint library blind-stamped seal to lower margin. Author describes six hundred defects. Many plates illustrate infant birth defects. Very scarce and early work in the field of orthapaedics. . Ex-Library. Folio 13" - 23" tall Professional bookseller for 20 years. Orders shipped daily in cardboard bookfolds.

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        Della coltivazione delle viti specialmente nella provincia di Verona e dell' arte di fare il vino

      Tipografia Libanti, 1841. (17 x 24) EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Cartonato coevo con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. 243 pp. Convinto della potenzialità dei vini veronesi, Beretta fa rilevare quello che si dovrebbe fare per portare questi vini al livello dei migliori prodotti di Francia. Scritto in forma di dialogo, il trattato si divide in due parti: la prima riguarda la viticoltura, ed è nella fase della coltivazione che egli ritiene traggono origini i maggiori problemi. La seconda tratta il processo di vinificazione ritenuto del tutto insoddisfacente, sopratutto durante il processo di fermentazione. Identificati questi errori, l'autore offre consigli e astuzie per migliorare la qualità dei vini partendo dall'ubicazione del vigneto, per finire alla conservazione dei prodotti finiti, con ampie divagazioni per tutti i disastri (sia naturali che causati dall'uomo), che possono danneggiare il vino. B.I.N.G, I-189

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        Die Kunst der Stereoplastik oder dess Abformens, Giessens, Ausdrückens, Cachirens und Bildens der verschiedenartigsten Gegenstände des Unterrichts, des Luxus und der Mode; aus Gyps, Papiermasse, Harzmasse, Hausenblase, Alaun, leichtflüssigen Metallmischungen u. s. w. für Gewerbetreibende. Nach Johann Friedrich Netto, vormals Zeichnenmeister und Akademiker zu Leipzig, Verfasser vieler technischen Schriften von dessen ältestem Sohne Dr. F. A. W. Netto

      One folding lithographed plate. 48 pp. 8vo, orig. printed wrappers (see below). Quedlinburg & Leipzig: G. Basse 1841. First edition, and very rare with WorldCat locating no copy in North America. This is a detailed manual for the manufacture of wax, resin, thin metal, alum, and paper maché models for relief maps, globes and depictions of terrains; pomological collections; models of foods; models for bookbinders; and for a number of other professions and institutions including museums, schools, and military institutions. These include models of floral and botanical specimens for natural history museums. The techniques described here are based on those developed by the author's father Johnann Friedrich Netto (1756-1810), a Leipzig-based art teacher and author, who also wrote a series of rare and attractive works on embroidery and pattern books. F.A.W. Netto (1783-1845), was an instructor in pure and applied mathematics and physics in Berlin and the author of a number of books on mathematics and military surveying. In 1839, he published one of the earliest books on the production of the daguerreotype, the Vollständige Anweisung zur Verfertigung daguerrescher Bilder. The upper wrapper has a different title: "Anweisung zur Anfertigung der Wachs- und Harzfrüchte, Papiermasse-Atrapen und der Relief-Charten, Relief-Globen und Terrain-Modelle aus Papiermasse. Zu pomologischen Sammlungen für naturhistorische Museen, Tafelaufsätzen, Weihnachts-, Hochzeits-, Geburtstags-, Tauf- und anderen Geschenken und zum geographischen Unterrichte. Für Conditoren, Buchbinder, Galanteriearbeiter, Naturforscher, Geographen, Schullehrer, Officiere und alle die, welche diese Fabrikation als Gewerbe betreiben wollen…Nach den praktischen Erfahrungen seines Vaters Johann Friedrich Netto, Zeichnenmeister and Akademiker zu Leipzig, und eigenen Forschungen bearbeitet und herausgegeben." Fine copy of a fascinating book. Early stencilled private ownership stamp on verso of upper wrapper and title of H.F.C. Tann.

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        EUGEN NAPOLEON NEUREUTHER (1806 - 1882). "Kaiser Maximilian verleiht A. Dürer das Künstlerwappen" (Andresen).

      - Radierung, in der Platte monogr. und dat. "E(ugen) N(eureuther) 1841", 53,5 x 41,5 cm. Im Rand unten mit Trockenstempel "Kunst Verein in Augsburg", darüber "Eugen Neureuther invenit et fecit". - Andresen, Handb. Bd. II, Neureuther 1; Bötticher, Original-Radirungen Nr. 17; Slg. Maillinger Bd. II, 2726; Slg. Proebst 2021; Lentner 12673: "Albrecht-Dürer-Kostümfest im Odeon in München 1840. Gedenkblatt darauf . umgeben von einer reichen Arabeske, die mit zahlr. Figuren, Portraits Münchn. Künstler geschmückt ist". - Rechts alt geschlossener Randeinriß bis knapp in die Darstellung.

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        La Sacra Bibbia secondo la volgata tradotta in lingua italiana e con annotazioni dichiarata

      Paolo Lampato, 1841 1852. 280x200 mm 4 voll Conserva tre delle quattro copertine originali

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        London and its Environs containing the Boundaries of the Metropolitan Boroughs, the different Railroads & Stations, the new cemeteries, roads, docks, canals, and all modern improvements. .

      1841 - Steel-plate engraving, widest: 543 x 697 mm, in original outline colour, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into the original cloth covers, lacking the upper board. London : Thomas & William Boone [et al.], Unrecorded state of this detailed plan of London, extending from Edgware in the North to south to Surbiton, Beckenham and Bromley; and West to East from Harrow on the Hill and Twickenham to Ilford, Barking and Chislehurst. The map was published at an important point in the history of London, showing the early network of railway lines, the expansion of which did so much to facilitate London's population growth, and transform the city as the urban area expanded, absorbing the outlying areas depicted in this map. The rapid expansion of the network meant that publishers were compelled frequently to revise their maps to keep them current. Among the features added to the map since its first appearance in 1840 is Fenchurch Street station, although the station is not named, with the line in from Essex. Rare. This state is unrecorded in Howgego, Printed Maps of London, but cf. 372. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vollständiges Farben-Laboratorium oder ausführliche Anweisung zur Bereitung der in der Malerei Staffirmalerei, Illumination, Fabrication bunter Papiere und Tapeten gebräuchlichen Farben, und namentlich der Erd- und Metall- oder Oxydfarben, Lackfarben, Saftfarben, Honigfarben, Pastell- und Tuschfarben. Mit 20 Figuren auf einer Foliotafel.

      Dritte sehr vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage. 18,4 x 12 cm. Reihentitel, Titel (= S. I-IV), IX-XXXII, 678 Seiten, 5 Bl. Verlagsanzeigen und eine gefaltete lithographierte Tafel. Halbleder der Zeit mit goldenem Rückentitel und etwas Rückenvergoldung. Kanten und Außengelenke berieben. Rückenleder etwas spröde und rissig. Innen durchgehend teils mäßig, überwiegend jedoch stark gebräunt und stockfleckig. Da Reihentitel und Titel vorhanden sind und kein Text fehlt (beginnt mit Vorwort zur dritten Auflage), scheint es sich beim Fehlen der römisch numerierten Seiten V-VIII um einen Fehler in der Paginierung zu handeln, oder es fehlen mitgezählte Leerblätter oder ein Schmutztitel am Anfang. Stempel auf Reihenitel verso (Rohrer Kunstmaler München). Wenige Seiten mit alten Bleistiftanstreichungen und -anmerkungen. (Neuer Schauplatz der Künste und Handwerke Band 117). Engelmann, Bibliotheca mechanico-technologica, S. 333 (erste Auflage 1841) und Supplement Seite 101 (zweite Auflage 1847). Schießl Nr. 1202. Angebunden: Christoph Heinrich Schmidt: Die neuesten, wichtigsten Fortschritte, Erfindungen und Verbesserungen in der Farbenfabrikation, sowohl in Bezug auf Erd- und Oxydfarben, als auch Lackfarben und Farbstoffe aus Harnsäure (Murexid), wie aus Steinkohlentheer (Anilinfarben) zum Färben und Drucken der Gewebe. Weimar, Bernhard Friedrich Voigt 1864. XII, 240 Seiten, 4 Bl. Verlagsanzeigen, V Seiten "Verzeichnis des neuen Schauplatzes" und 4 gefaltete lithographierte Tafeln. Durchgehend gebräunt und stockfleckig. (Neuer Schauplatz der Künste und Handwerke Band 264). Schießl Nr. 1221. Die Tafeln beider Bände zeigen Werkzeuge, Apparaturen und Brennöfen.

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        Correspondence relative to the Affairs of the Levant. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. E.O.

      T.R. Harrison, Londres 1841 - Edition originale. 884 lettres, rapports, échangés (de février 1839 et novembre 1840) par les différents diplomates, militaires et représentants des affaires étrangères (M. Granville, Lord Ponsoby, Lord Beauvale, Colonel Hodges, M. Guizot, Mr Bulwer, Lord Russel,.) avec l'Empire Britannique, concernant les différends politiques entre l'Empire Ottoman et Mehémet Ali. Correspondance en anglais, quelques lettres françaises traduites à la suite en anglais. Reliures fortement frottées, coins émoussés. Dos insolé. Intérieur bon avec quelques mouillures claires. Très rare ouvrage. Également disponible : "Correspondence respecting the Rignts and Privileges of the latin and greek Churches in Turkey. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. Edition originale" . État correct. Réf 19926. 2 volumes in folio, xii-703 et 340 pages, demi-basane fauve (reliure d'époque) (4280g)

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        The Murders In The Rue Morgue. (Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine. Volume XVIII & XIX)

      Philadelphia: George Graham, 1841, 1841. THE FIRST APPEARANCE IN PRINT OF "THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE". 2 vols., 9-3/4" x 6-1/2", illustrated, some hand colored, the usual intermittent foxing throughout mostly on and adjacent to plate leaves and endpapers, pastedowns and endpapers toned, a few marginal closed tears to several leaves, better than it may sound. Bound in uniform contemporary 1/2 red morocco, gilt decorated and lettered spines, inner and outer hinges fine, head and foot of spines fine. A NICE SET in a VERY GOOD contemporary binding. Considered the first detective story ever published. In addition to the above title, other Poe works which appear in these volumes include: Descent into the Maelstrum, Island of the Fay, Autography, Colloquy of Monos and Una, Never Bet Your Head, To Helen, and Israsel.

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        Austrian Album with original pencil drawings and cut-outs

      1841-1845, Salzburg, Wien, etc. 1841 - Oblong, 9 by 16 cm. 24 leaves of content, 12 of which have original artwork. Two of the specimens of artwork are delicate folk art-ish cut-outs -- one, a seraph surrounded by a wreath, the other, a brown tree. The rest are pencil drawings, a few qualifying as exquisite miniatures. Of these, one is of a bridge and castle, another, a lodge atop a hill -- this one being executed with a folk art sensibility. One of the remaining images is of a barefoot beggar in a long coat. Especially pleasing to us is a drawing of a dagger of sorts inserted diagonally through a laurel. Such albums would appear incomplete without the requisite tombstone or monument and landscape with ruins, and both are present here. The album overall is fairly typical of the more attractive sort of Biedermeier period album amicorum. In this case, the box is especially lovely, with its inlays of red leather and extensive gilt ornamentation, not to mention its gilt edging. Also some blank sheets, with a ribbon pull housed within. Moderate wear generally. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manuale per la conservazione dei denti e modo di curarne le malattie opera del Dottore Caliga Professore di Odontologia nell'Università di Lemberg. Traduzione di Giacinto Silvestri. Con due Tavole.

      1841. Milano, per Giovanni Silvestri, 1841. In 16mo (cm. 16,29; carta colorata coeva; pp. 77, (3) + 2 tavole più volte ripiegate di figure. ... Dei dolori dei denti e modi di calmarli, Del Tartaro dei denti, Cause e cure della mobilità dei denti, Delle gengive scorbutiche, Della corona artificiale dei denti.... Axs

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

      - altkolorierte u. eiweißgehöhte Lithographie v. Ghémar n. Hans Memling, 1841, 37 x 27,5

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        Schriftstück mit eigenh. U. Wien, 14. XI. 1841.

      1841. ½ S. Folio. "Es wird hiermit angezeigt, daß der Geldbedarf für den Monat December d. J. bei dem k. k. Hofmusikgrafenamte in Zweyhundert Fünfzig Gulden C. Mz. bestehe [...]". Verso Exhibitennummer sowie Praesentatum-Vermerk vom 18. November. - Der aus Preßburg gebürtige Hofmusikgraf (die Oberleitung der Wiener Hofkapelle ausübender Kammerherr) Thaddäus von Amadé war ein früher Förderer von Franz Liszt.

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

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

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        Musikalische Freitagsgesellschaft. Programm- und Huldigungsblatt zum 5. März 1841. Konzert in München unter der Leitung von Franz Graf v. Pocci.

      1841. 27,7 x 20 cm. (Sehr guter Zustand).

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        Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (4 vols./ 4 Bände)

      Editore Ambrosio Firmin Didot; 1841 - 1851. Orig.Erstausgabe; Gebundene Ausgabe Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer aufgelösten Klosterbibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt/ stellenweise leicht stockfleckig; der Zustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 4 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; GRIECHISCHER und LATEINISCHER Text; Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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        La Sacra Bibbia secondo la volgata tradotta in lingua italiana e con annotazioni dichiarata

      Paolo Lampato 1841-1852, Milano - Conserva tre delle quattro copertine originali XX + 715; 700; 833; 791 con 4 tavv. f.t. p. 4 voll 280x200 mm

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        Canti popolari toscani, corsi, illirici, greci, raccolti ed illustrati. Con un Opuscolo originale del medesimo Autore (Scintille, Tasso, 41)

      Girolamo Tasso, 1841-1842. 8vo (cm. 21,3), 5 Voll., 399(1), 400, 471, 320, 239(1) pp. Ciascun volume, salvo l’ultimo, preceduti da un’antiporta f.t. incisa e disegnata da vari autori (quella del primo vol. acquarellata). Ottime legature coeve in mz. pelle con fregi, titolo e numerazione in oro al dorso. L’ultimo volume contiene l’edizione originale del poema ‘Scintille’ insieme a prose e poesie in diverse lingue (italiano, francese, latino e greco). Esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione.

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        KALENDER. -

      74 Jg. in 22 Bdn. 21 x 13,5 cm. Über 8500 S. Mit vielen Textholzstichen. Pp. d. Zt. mit hs. Rsch., sowie 5 Jahrgänge in OBroschur und 2 Jahrgänge in HLwd. unter Verwendung der OBroschur. Lentner 3468: "Der vorzüglich redig. bayerisch-patriotische Kalender enthält neben dem gewöhnlichen Kalendarium eine ausserordentl. grosse Anzahl gedieg. u. wertvoller Aufsätze zur bayer. Orts- und Geschichtskunde etc., Legenden u. Abbildgn. d. Heiligen, Erzählungen aus dem Leben (bayer.) gottsel. Männer und Frauen, Beschreibgn. und Abbildgn. von Schlachten, Schlössern, Burgruinen u. Kirchen, viel. geistl. Orten, Wallfahrten, Monumenten etc. etc. u. bietet somit eine reiche Quelle zur bayer. Orts- u. Klostergeschichte". - Bei dem Kalender auf das Jahr 1841 handelt es sich um den zweiten "im Jahre 1888 vorgenommenen Abdruck ohne Kalendarium". - Beiliegt das Inhaltsverzeichnis des Kalenders für die Jahre 1841-1890 (50 Jahrgänge). - Die Einbände bestoßen und etwas fleckig (die Broschur zu Jahrgang 1912 mit Randläsuren, Bibliotheksmarken und mehrfach gestempelt). Alle Bände mehrfach gestempelt, papierbedingt teils etwas gebräunt und/oder stockfleckig. - Eine einmalige Fundgrube zur bayerischen Orts-, Kirchen- und Klostergeschichte mit hunderten von Holzstich-Ansichten von Link. Es sind nahezu sämtliche bayerischen Wallfahrtsorte beschrieben und abgebildet. Kulturgeschichte, Kalender

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        Versuch über die Schwimmblase der Fische. Im Namen der Linneischen Societät zu Leipzig entworfen von Gotthelf Fischer. VORGEBUNDEN: A.: Arvid H. Florman (pres., 1761-1840), Joh. Ol. Lagberg (um 1821): Dissertatio anatomiam sistens Murenae Anguillae L. comparatm et observationibus physiologicis dilucidatam [..]. Lund, Berling 1821. NACHGEBUNDEN: B.: Johannes Christian August Wittzack (1784-1847): De piscium cerebro et systemate nervoso [...], Berlin, Johann Friedrich Starck 1817. UND: C.: Johann Heinrich Eichholtz (1817-?): De piscium etque amphibiorum nudorum lobis opticis atque olfactoriis. Berlin, 1841.

      Oktav. Zeitgenössischer Pappband mit marmorierten Bezügen, etwas Rückenvergoldung und Titelrückenschild. 2 Bll., 80 S., mit einer ausfaltbaren Kupfertafel (nach Zeichnung des Verfassers von J. F. Schröter zu Leipzig gestochen). Kollation der Beibindungen: A.: 1 Bl., 20 S., 1 Bl., mit einer mehrfach ausfaltbaren lithographischen Tafel. B.: 30 S., C.: 36 S. - Vorderer Vorsatz mit handschriftlichem Register des Sammelbandes, A. und C. mit altem handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk. Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, Titel von B. etwas stärker gebräunt. Die Abhandlung von Fischer-Waldheim in frischem Zustand.

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      VERCI GIAMBATTISTA STORIA DEGLI ECELINI TOMMASO FONTANA 1841 3 Voll. in-8° gr., bella e sobria legatura originale in mezzo vitellino marrone chiaro con piccole punte, piatti ricoperti di carta policroma marmorizzata, tit. e fregi oro al dorso. Vol I: occh., antiporta figurato con stemma degli ECELINI, frontespizio con piccola vignetta decorativa, pp. XXVIII; pp. 233 [1], indice. Vol II: occh., antiporta figurato con bella veduta del castello degli ECELINI, frontespizio pp. 238. Vol III: occh., frontespizio, pp. 196. Ottimo esemplare nella propria originale, sobria ed elegante legatura. Mezza pelle

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        Discorso letto nell' ateneo in Bergamo da Paolo Conte Vimercati Sozzi sovra alcuni monumenti esistenti in Roma alla memoria d'illustri bergamaschi annessivi i relativi disegni ed analoghe illustrazioni.

      54 S., Abb. Oppd. Einband angeschmutzt und beschabt. Innen tls. etwas stockfleckig. BEIGEBUNDEN: Ragionamento di Paolo Conte Vimercati Sozzi sovra alcuni vasi e lucerne fittili un vetro ed un bronzo tratti da vetustissime arche sepolcrali presso lovere letto nella publica seduta 22 aprile 1841 dell'ateneo di bergamo. Bergamo: Dalla Stamperia Mazzoleni 1841. 36 S., Falttafel. - Sulla moneta della citta di bergamo nel secolo decimoterzo dissertazione storico-critica di Paolo Conte Vimercati Sozzi. Bergamo: Dalla Stamperia Mazzoleni 1842. 76 S., Abb., 4 Tafeln. - Su varj argomenti relativi a Torquato Tasso illustrazione die Paolo Conte Vimercati Sozzi. Bergamo Stamperia Mazzoleni 1844. Falttafel, Titelkupfer, 42 S. - Sulle belemniti d'entratico cenni di P.C.V.S. Bergamo: Stamperia Mazzoleni 1846. 23 S., 2 Tafeln. - LOSE BEILIEGEND: Ritrovamenti numismatico-archeologici suardi e volpi esposti da Paolo Vimercati-Sozzi. 7 S., Falttafel. - Lapide romana sterrata nella provincia di Bergamo annunziata da Paolo Vimercati Sozzi. 8 S. Jeweils schmucklose Broschur. Insgesamt sieben Teile.

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        Recherches Generales Sur L'Orgonographie La Physiologie Et L'Organogenie Des Vegetaux

      Paris, France. VG/NO DUSTJACKET. [1841]. 1/4 Leather. Memoires ... a l'Academie Royale des Sciences de l'Institute de France. Charles Gaudichaud-Beaupré (1789-1854) was a French Botanist who visited Chile, Peru and Brazil in 1830-1833 and in 1836-1837 he acted as botanist to "La Bonite" during its circumnavigation of the globe. Reference - Graesse. Not found in Bibligraphia Brasiliana, Brunet, or OCLC. . Sm 4to., 130 pp. .

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        FREUDENSTADT., Gesellenbrief. Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe aus mit verzierter Umrandung, darunter Briefkopf mit dem Wappen von Freudenstadt und lithographierter Lehrbrief für den Schmiedegesellen "Joh. Georg Heinzelmann von Reichenbach". Mit Originalunterschriften und Siegel.

      Lithographie, Freudenstadt, "den 27n Juli 1841", 11,5 x 19,5 cm (Stadtansicht) bzw. 42,5 x 33 cm (Blattgröße). Vgl. Schefold 1886 nicht bei Stopp. - Die Unterschrift des damaligen Oberamtmanns von Freundenstadt, "Fleischhauer", ist die des späteren Ministerialrats Heinrich von Fleischhauer (1809-1884), Vater des Württembergischen Innenministers Karl von Fleischhauer (1852-1921). Rechts die Unterschriften von Obmann "Watz" und von den Vorstehern der Schmiedezunft "Finkbohner" und "Haug". Das Siegel zeigt u.a. Zange, Hufeisen, Rad usw. - Mit geglätteten Längs- und Querfalten. Baden-Württemberg, Gesellenbrief, Handwerk, Lehrbrief, Schmied

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        Bauerkeller's New Embossed Plan of London 1841

      Published by Ackerman & Co., 96 Strand,, Paris & London, 1841 - George Bauerkeller's rare and strikingly modern embossed plan of London with its Index. Hand-coloured engraved embossed map, dissected and mounted on linen, inset of the Isle of Dogs, tables of the population of London and key to the maps colouring, folding into brown paper slipcase, with tree branch pattern. This extraordinary embossed plan shows each locality in a different colour and built up areas raised in white, similar to the technique of Braille. Extending from Islington in the north to Kennington in the south and from Kensington High Street in the west to the West India Docks, with an inset of Greenwich at a smaller scale. A unique style of cartography in very good condition.In an advertisement in the ?ÄòSporting Magazine Advertiser?Äô Ackermann announces its publication: ?Äò. The Buildings are raised, and, with the Railroads, Parks, Squares, &c. apper very prominent. The Parishes are also distinguished in delicate tints., and the entire arrangement is so remarkably conspicuous that, whether for the Visitor or the Office, its utility will be generally acknowledged" (Howgego)A table to the upper left of the plan records a population of just over 1.5 million in 1841, with 122,000 residing in the City of London. The number of houses is estimated to be above 197,000; there are over 80 squares and some 10,000 streets.Scale: 6 inches to 1 statute mile.COPAC records only one institutional copy of this edition held at Oxford; the copy held at the British Library is a later edition. 1160 by 680mm. (45.75 by 26.75 inches). BL Crace Port. 7.246; Howgego 377.

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        Zweihundert Hyperbeln auf Herrn Wahl\'s ungeheure Nase. In erbauliche hochdeutsche Reime gebracht.

      St. Gallen : Scheitlin & Zollikofer, 1841. Zweite Orginalausgabe. 31 S., 5 Stahlstiche, Ill. OPp., gebundene Ausgabe. Einband etwas berieben/angeschmutzt/altersbedingt etwas gebräunt, Rücken etwas angerissen, Seiten altersbedingt leicht gebräunt/etwas stockfleckig, Schnitt nachträglich beschnitten wodurch bei 2 Stahlstichen ca. 2mm abgetrennt worden ist, ansonsten ordentliches Ex. Versand D: 2,20 EUR Deutsche Literatur, B Belletristik

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        Essai sur les Glaciers et sur le Terrain Erratique du Bassin du Rhone

      - One large folding hand-tinted map (tear neatly repaired without loss), 8 lithographic plates (one folding), & text illus. 2 p.l., x, 363 (i.e. 362) pp., one leaf of errata. 8vo, orig. printed upper wrapper bound in cont. half-cloth & marbled boards, spine gilt. Lausanne: M. Ducloux, 1841. First edition. This is a classic work on the phenomenon of erratic blocks and the function of glaciers in transporting them. Charpentier's theory, delivered in a paper in 1834, was met with disbelief and scorn. "Undismayed, Charpentier continued his observations and invited the incredulous to visit him and see the evidence for themselves. Among his visitors was Louis Agassiz, who was soon carried away with such enthusiasm for the theory of the Ice Age that he visited a number of glaciers and blocks and rushed into print, ahead of Charpentier, with his Études sur les Glaciers (1840)?Charpentier received Agassiz' book on 28 October 1840, three days before he finished his own Essai sur les Glaciers, which was published in February 1841. The scrupulous care with which he weighed the evidence and described the phenomenon of erratic blocks and the function of glaciers in transporting them makes this book a classic."-D.S.B., III, p. 211. While Agassiz is generally credited with the origin of the theory of the Ice Age, the theory had in fact been developed long before by Charpentier. Very nice copy with a presentation inscription from the author on the upper wrapper: "à Monsieur Schwedler hommage de l'auteur" (the final four letters of "auteur" have been cropped by the binder's knife). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Felsina pittrice. Vite de' pittori bolognesi. Con aggiunte, correzioni e note inedite del medesimo autore di Giampiero Zanotti e di altri scrittori viventi. Unito a: Osservazioni sopra il libro della Felsina pittrice per difesa di Raffaello da Urbino, dei Carracci e della loro scuola pubblicate e divise in sette lettere da D. Vincenzo Vittoria. Unito a: Dialogo di Gio. Pietro Cavazzoni Zanotti pittore bolognese in difesa di Guido Reni steso in una lettera al sig. dottore Girolamo Baruffaldi.

      Bologna, Tipografia Guidi all'Ancora, 1841, quattro parti rilegate in due volumi in-8vo belle legature coeve in mezza pelle marrone con titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, tagli marmorizzati, pp. 24-XVIII-411-(4) + X-412-CXXV-(4) con una tavola incisa in rame in antiporta (ritratto del Malvasia) e trentacinque tavole incise in rame nel primo tomo e altre sedici tavole incise in rame nel secondo. Il secondo volume include due ristampe: "Osservazioni sopra il libro della Felsina pittrice per difesa di Raffaello da Urbino, dei Carracci e della loro scuola pubblicate e divise in sette lettere da D. Vincenzo Vittoria". (Roma, Stamparia di G. Zenobj, 1703) e "Dialogo di Gio. Pietro Cavazzoni Zanotti pittore bolognese in difesa di Guido Reni steso in una lettera al sig. dottore Girolamo Baruffaldi". (Venezia, per antonio Bortoli, 1710) per complessive 66 pagine.

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