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        The Danube: Its History, Scenery, and Topography (First Edition)

      Virtue and Co, London 1842 - FIRST EDITION, first printing. Original half brown morocco leather with raised bands gilt lettering, pebbled green cloth boards, spine slightly darkended with the gilding mutted, lightly rubbed, marbled endpapers, engraved frontis, title page age-toned. Plates nice and bright with no foxing. No previous owner's names, not exlibrary. Overall in EXCELLENT condition. A good gift. William Henry Bartlett (born March 26, 1809, died September 13, 1854) was a British artist, best known for his numerous steel engravings. Bartlett was born in Kentish Town, London in 1809. He was apprenticed to John Britton (1771-1857), and became one of the foremost illustrators of topography of his generation. He travelled throughout Britain, and in the mid and late 1840s he travelled extensively in the Balkans and the Middle East. He made four visits to the United States between 1835 and 1852. In 1835, Bartlett first visited the United States in order to draw the buildings, towns and scenery of the northeastern states. The finely detailed steel engravings Bartlett produced were published uncolored with a text by Nathaniel Parker Willis as American Scenery; or Land, Lake, and River: Illustrations of Transatlantic Nature. American Scenery was published by George Virtue in London in 30 monthly installments from 1837 to 1839. Bound editions of the work were published from 1840 onward. His impressions of Canada were collected in Canadian Scenery in 1842. Bartlett made sepia wash drawings the exact size to be engraved. His engraved views were widely copied by artists, but no signed oil painting by his hand is known. Engravings based on Bartlett's views were later used in his posthumous History of the United States of North America, continued by B. B. Woodward and published around 1856. William Henry Bartlett died of fever on board of a French ship off the coast of Malta returning from his last trip to Israel, in 1854. Bartletts primary concern was to render "lively impressions of actual sights", as he wrote in the preface to The Nile Boat (London, 1849). Many views contain some ruin or element of the past including many scenes of churches, abbeys, cathedrals and castles, and Nathaniel Parker Willis described Bartlett's talent thus: "Bartlett could select his point of view so as to bring prominently into his sketch the castle or the cathedral, which history or antiquity had allowed". Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Holy Bible

      London - A. Fullerton and Co. 1842 - A beautifully illustrated copy of the Christian Bible. With forty-four engraved plates, including a frontispiece to each volume and a folding frontispiece map to volume I. Also with decorative papers for family registers, left blank. With explanatory notes, practical observations, and copious marginal references by Thomas Scott, and an introductory essay and numerous additional critical, explanatory and practical notes by William Symington. William Symington was a Reformed Presbyterian (Cameronian) minister. Among the Reformed Presbyterians Symington, like his brother, was a commanding influence. A noted evangelical in the covenanting tradition, he was none the less outward-looking and deeply involved in social issues such as slavery, illiteracy, and poor working conditions. Like Thomas Chalmers, whom he in part resembled, he advocated a Scotland cleansed and dedicated. Besides his published sermons, he recorded his views in The Atonement and Intercession of Jesus Christ (1834) and Messiah the Prince (1839; reissued 1881 with memoir). The latter was an important exposition of Cameronian ecclesiological thought. (DNB)Complete in three volumes. Condition: In full morocco bindings. Externally smart, with just some marks to the boards and some shelfwear. Front joints of volumes I,II and III starting; rear joint of volume I also starting. Internally, firmly bound. Fron hinges of volumes I and III strained, but firm. There is some off-setting from the plates. Some foxing to plates, and some scattered spotting to the pages. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Our Mess. Jack Hinton, The Guardsman. Edited by Harry Lorrequer. Illustrated by Phiz.

      Dublin: William Curry, Jun. and Co., 1842–3 - 13 numbers in 12 monthly parts. Original pink wrappers printed in black. Housed in a red cloth folding case and chemise. Wrappers rubbed, dulled, and partially faded, wear to spine ends, contents tanned, plates browned. A very good set. 26 plates by Phiz. "Our Mess Advertiser" to numbers I, III, IV, XI, ads to numbers VI and XII/XIII, publisher's slip to numbers I, XI, XII/XIII, publisher's ads inserted with prelims at back of number XII/XIII. First edition in the original monthly parts. Our Mess was comprised of two different novels, with Jack Hinton, the Guardsman running in numbers I–XIII, and Tom Burke of Ours in XIV–XXXV. This set includes the first XIII numbers, being the complete novel Jack Hinton, the Guardsman, but not including any parts of Tom Burke. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Transactions of Royal Society of Edinburgh, Volume XV Part II

      Robert Grant & Son, Edinburgh 1842 - 3 plates, 6 original papers, pp 265-334 On the Quarantine Classification of Substances, with a View to the Prevention of Plague by John Davy, Inspector General of Army Hospitals, Parasitic Vegetable Structures found growing in animals by John Hughes Bennet (1812-1875) Professor of physiology at Edinburgh, pioneer in recognizing the importance of the microscope in investigation of disease. 0.0 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ANTON PRIVATE COLLECTION]
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        Stahlstichportrait mit eigenh. U.

      O. O., 10. März 1842.. 1 S. Gr.-4to.. Stahlstich von Andrew Duncan nach Johann Heinrich Schramm, die Widmung "seinem Freunde Plenkner am 10ten März 42", d. i. der Leipziger Kaufmann Paul Christian Plenkner. - Mit kl. Randeinriß; die Widmung mit Fixativ (?) überzogen; mit Japanpapier hinterlegt.

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        Gesangbuch fur die Evangelische Kirche in Wurttemberg

      Stuttgart: Verlags-Comptoir des Nueun Gesangbuchs. 1842. First. First edition. Full leather, gilt ruled, inset with glass-bead decorated floral pattern on front and rear board. Later gift inscription in German, modest rubbing and wear at the corners, slight foxing, a very good plus copy. Apparently a songbook prepared for the 25th anniversary of the reign of the King of Wurttemberg, printing the lyrics with title index, index of composers, and brief biographical information. Notable mostly for the very unusual binding of tiny glass beads decorated with floral patterns on a black background, worked in beads of blue, gold, and green, surrounded by a stylized leaf pattern in two shades of green. A few of the tiny beads are missing at the margins, but the decoration is sound and stable, and is otherwise unflawed. An unusual binding, and a lovely book. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        History of the Orders of Knighthood of the British Empire.. (4 Vols)

      Maddoc St, London: John Hunter, 1842 Uniformly bound in early full black morocco, some blind tooling, corners and edges a little bumped and worn. Spines have titles in gilt, all have been repaired at some point, raised bands, blind tooling. Internally, all 4 volumes have red marbled endpapers, hinges strengthened, NO inscriptions. 26 wonderful plates, which includes the 4 important coloured portrait plates, has in excess of 56 illustrations within text. Volume 1, has the important coloured frontis tp by G Baxter a little chipped at edges, some light spotting to verso, title page in red and black ink, [6], (xvi), [2], (lxxxviii), (iii), [3], (ii), [1], 2-266 pp (With 2*39 page, 2*40, 2* 41, 2*42, 2*43, 2*44, 2*45 and 2*46 pp), 2 pls (Portrait plate at p3). Volume 2, (4), 267-515pp, (lx), (lix-lx), (xix-lvii), li-xc), (lxxxi-cxi) double pagination at 2*335, 2*336, 2*337, and 2*338, 4 plates (pages, 345, 352, 355 & 377). Volume 3, [6], 4-83 pp, [1], [3], (iv-xxxvi), (iv), [5], 4-194 pp, 193-276 pp, (cv), [1], (viii), 8 plates (including 2 portraits, pages 164, 165, 194, 195, 197, 199 + 2, & 3)Volume 4, [7], 4-92 pp, (xxvi), (iv), [3], 4-100 pp, (xxi), [1], (iii), [6], 4-56 pp, [2], (xl), [3], 4-24 pp, (v), [6], 4-28 pp, [3], (iv-xviii), [1], 2-16 pp, (xcii), 12 plates (including 1 portrait, (pages 61, 62, 73, 73, 74, 23, 35, 15, 17, 18, 19 + 3). (Lowndes 1690. Avery AWIN54). Wonderful production! Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, author and antiquary wrote many titles however it is the History of the orders of the Knighthood of the British Empire for which he is best remembered, originally issued as parts at a cost of between £3000 and £4000. In Muir's view "it is doubtful whether the technical quality of these prints could be surpassed today"; the plates 'using gold leaf.. are truly magnificent' (Muir 152) This work continues to be a valuable source for historians of the subject. 36.5*27cm, very heavy 17kg packed) A lovely set of a title that rarely come on the market!

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        NATURAL HISTORY OF THE INSECTS OF CHINA, Containing Upwards of Two Hundred and Twenty Figures and Descriptions by E. Donovan...A New Edition, brought down to the finest state of the science, with systematic characters of each species

      London: Henry G. Bohn, 1842. [vi], 96 pages of text including an index. Illustrated with 50 engraved plates, of which the first three are finely hand-colored. Bound in modern (circa 1980) full leather, in excellent condition. New endpapers. Title page slightly soiled and spotted, but remainder of text and plates are nearly immaculate. Title continues "...Synonyms, Indexes and other Additional Matter by J. O. Westwood." The second edition and revised edition of "Epitome of the Insects of China.". Second edition. Hardcover. Near fine condition. Quarto (4to).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        EVENTS IN INDIAN HISTORY, BEGINNING WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE ORIGIN OF THE AMERICAN INDIANS, AND EARLY SETTLEMENTS IN NORTH AMERICA, AND EMBRACING CONCISE BIOGRAPHIES OF THE PRINCIPAL CHIEFS AND HEAD-SACHEMS OF THE DIFFERENT INDIAN TRIBES, WITH NARRATIVES.

      G. Hills & Co., Philadelphia 1842 - INDIAN; Native Americans; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Lithograph; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 633 pages; [Native Americans]. [James Winter, editor]. Events In Indian History, Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the American Indians, and early Settlements in North America, and embracing Concise Biographies of the Principal Chiefs and Head-Sachems of the different Indian Tribes, with Narratives and Captivities. VG appearance with Old calf boards worn and darkened- these boards recased with modern calf spine and endpapers , scattered light foxing to contents, tears to each plate. 8 folding lithographed plates. 2nd edition. Howes W548. RARE. Additional graphic available of book back and foldout litho'd fronits. ; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        10 eigenh. Schreiben mit U. bzw. Paraphe.

      O. O., 1842/43 bzw. o. D. - Zusammen 12¼ SS. auf 11 Bll. 8vo. Die Schreiben militärischen Inhalts in französischer Sprache und meist an den damaligen Generalmajor und späteren Feldmarschalleutnant Camillo Freiherrn Vaconi von Fort'Olivo (1784-1862) gerichtet.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Barnabys in America

      illustrated serial, plus ‘A Midnight Passage of the Mont du Chat’ and ‘The Value of a Shawl’ articles and reviews of ‘Jessie Phillips: a Tale of the New Poor Law’ and ‘Hargrave; or the Man of Fashion’, six volumes, edited by Thomas Hood, contemporary half-leather over marbled boards, ruled in gilt, leather labels, illustrated (some spotting to plates as usual), sprinkled edges, minor spotting, a handsome set, very good. from the library of Robt Bowman with his signature and armorial bookplate front pastedown volume 64; also contains ‘To Charles Dickens, Esq, on his Departure for America’, ‘English Retrogression’, ‘The University Feud On a Native Singer: after hearing Miss Adelaide Kemble’, ‘The Tower of Lahneck: a Romance’, ‘The Schoolmistr - New Monthly Magazine and Humorist 1842-1844 (volumes 64-69) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        AMERICAN NOTES For GENERAL CIRCULATION.

      Chapman & Hall,, London: 1842 - Volumes professionally rebacked. Spine cloth sunned. Period pos to front paste-downs. A VG set. Original purplish-brown vertically-ribbed cloth with a blind decorative floral frame & gilt stamped spine lettering. Roman spine numerals. Pale yellow eps (Vol I rfep renewed). 8vo. 8" x 5-1/8". 1st edition, 1st state (Smith II, 3). 2 volumes (xvi [i.e., x], [2], 308; vii, [1], 306, [6] pp). 6 pages of adverts conclude Volume II. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Zeitschrift für Kirchenrechts- und Pastoralwissenschaft.

      Regensburg Joseph Manz-48 1842 - 3 Bde., mit je 3 Teilen. Komplett. 21,5 x 14 cm. In verschiedenen Einbänden der Zeit. Mit Bibliotheksaufkleber und leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Eduard Seitz (11. Mai 1810 zu Dorheim bei Friedberg (Hessen) - 28. September 1868 zu Darmstaddt) war Jurist. Nachdem er die Gymnasialstudien in Mainz zurückgelegt hatt, studierte er von 1831 an in Göttingen, von 1833 an in Gießen die Rechte, wurde 1835 Dr. juris, trat in Mainz in die juristische Gerichtspraxis ein, war Accesssist in Nidda und Darmstadt und habilitirte sich im J. 1840 als Privatdocent in Gießen, wurde 1844 (12.Jan.) Assessor mit Stimme beim Stadtgericht, 21. Januar 1848 Assessor mit Stimme beim Hofgericht daselbst, 1. Mai 1850 in gleicher Eigenschaft nach Darmstadt versetzt, 31. August 1851 Rath am dortigen Hofgericht, 17. September 1853 Generalstaatsprocurator am Obergericht zu Mainz, 21. Januar 1866 zur Wiederherstellung seiner Gesundheit in Ruhestand versetzt, 15. August 1867 zum Generalstaatsprocurator am Oberappell.- und Cassationshofe in Darmstadt, ernannt. - Seitz war ein höchst ehrenwerther Mann von strenger Rechtlichkeit und Sittlichkeit. Seiner kirchlichen Ueberzeugung nach stand er auf streng römisch-katholischem Standpunkte, wie das in seinen Schriften sich auch ausprägt, seiner politischen nach auf dem sogen. großdeutschen. Aber er war zugleich ein guter Patriot, pflichttreuer Beamter und kein Fanatiker, persönlich durchaus liebenswürdig.; - Bibliotheksexemplare mit Stempel, Papier leicht gebräunt und stellenweise leicht braunfl., bei Band I Besitzvermerk überklebt auf Titelblatt. - Selten ! 1.100 gr. In verschiedenen Einbänden der Zeit.

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        The scenery and antiquities of Ireland / Illustrated from drawings by W. H. Bartlett; the literary portion of the work by N. P. Willis, and J. Stirling Coyne, . - [Complete in 2 volumes]

      London : George Virtue, [1842?] - Physical desc.: 2 v.(iv, [2], 170; [4], 186 p.) : 122 plates ; 4º. Notes: Variant imprint to volume 2: The literary portion of the work by J. Stirling Coyne. - Each volume has an additional titlepage, engraved. Other names: Coyne, J. Stirling (Joseph Stirling), 1803-1868. Referenced by: NSTC 2W24037 2C41485 2B10638. Subject: Antiquities. Engraving. Ireland - Pictorial works. Ireland - Antiquities. Ireland - Description and travel - Views. Ireland - Description and travel - Pictorial works. Genre: Illustrated works. Viewbooks. Scattered foxing. Very good copies both in the original, full diced calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with raised bands, ruled and gilt cross-bands and the titles blocked direct in gilt. Minor generalized wear; remains an uncommonly good example; tight, bright, clean and strong. 4 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Il Palazzo Ducale di Venezia Ilustrato da Francesco Zanotto

      A Spese Degli Editori, Venezia 1842 - Small folio, leather-backed boards, clean unmarked text, illustrated with 22 plates (including the deocrative half-title etching), Very Good copy, light rubbing/wear to covers at tips and edges (especially at leather spine), owner's signature to front flyleaf, light soil/discoloration to some pages of the text, damp-staining to bottom edge of the later pages of the book. Plates don't seem to be in any kind of order, but the corresponding text is matched up with the plates. Text in Italian. Rare book. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA]
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        The Life of a Sportsman

      London: Rudolph Ackermann, 1842 1st ed, 1st issue, 36 pls. In contemporary green crushed morocco by Riviere and Sons, gilt edge tooling, corners and edges a little rubbed. Spine, raised bands, decorative gilt tooling with sporting motifs, edges a little rubbed, titles in gilt. Internally, gilt tooling to board edges and turn-ins, aeg, green marbled endpapers, fep has some invisible tape to hinge, no inscriptions, has the coloured half title, (vi), (2), 402 pp, complete with all the 36 hand coloured plates, (plate 33 is the 2nd issue, & 4 mounted), couple of small paper repairs. A very good copy of a title that is considered to be the premier colour plate sporting book of the 19th century! (Tooley 65. Souhart 351. Allibone 66). Apperley was born at Plasgronow, near Wrexham, in Denbighshire, North Wales.

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        The Life of a Sportsman. With Thirty-Six Coloured Illustrations by Henry Alken.

      London; Rudolph Ackermann 1st issue of First edition 1842 - 8vo, hand-coloured frontispiece, hand coloured aquatint half-title and 34 hand-coloured aquatint plates (those opposite pp13,14, 18, & 55 laid down or mounted as wanted for the first issue), vi, [ii], 402pp, 10pp advertisements, original dark blue pictorial cloth, gilt, gilt bowl or trophy on upper board within blind decoration (the blind decoration repeated on lower board), neatly and sympathetically rebacked with the almost complete original spine laid down (the gilt title and decoration dull but legible, later but good yellow endpapers), all edges gilt, preserved in later crimson drop-front box (small splits to joints) with pale brown leather title-piece and date. Bookplate of Nathan of Chart dated 1945 on front pastedown. Save for some very light marginal soiling and the minor repairs noted above a really very good, mostly contemporary copy of this justly famous sporting book. Tooley: ".considered by many to be the premier coloured plate sporting book in the 19th century." Rare in original cloth. [Tooley 65]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Staniland (Booksellers) P.B.F.A.]
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        Relation d'un voyage d'exploration au nord-est de la colonie du Cap de Bonne-Espérance, entrepris dans les mois de mars, avril et mai 1836, par MM. T. Arbousset et F. Daumas, missionnaires de la Société des Missions évangéliques de Paris.

      Paris, Arthus Bertrand, 1842, - in-8, X-620 pp., avec 11 pl., carte dépl. et 11 lithographies sur fond teinté (vues, costumes, indigènes, etc.), broché.Couverture un peu défraîchie, rousseurs.Edition originale de cette relation estimée. Le Languedocien Thomas Arbousset fut, avec Eugène Casalis, un des grands missionnaires protestants français, qui choisirent l'Afrique comme terrain d'évangélisation : en 1832, il fut envoyé en Afrique australe, où les missions existantes venaient d'être détruites par les incursions des Barotsis et des Matabélés. Il y commença un long apostolat, qui se doubla de l'observation géographique et ethnographique de régions encore très mal connues (les Boers n'y avaient pas encore dirigé leurs treks). Chadenat, 2527. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mr. Ledbury and His Friend Jack Johnson. Illustrated by John Leech. Bentley's Miscellany. [With autograph letter by Smith.]

      London: Richard Bentley, 1842-43. - 8vo (9½" tall). Splendid full red crushed morocco, by TOUT. Gilt raised bands and pallets, fine gilt tooling to panels. Boards framed with gilt floral corner tool. Gilt doublures with floral patterned endpapers. Top edge gilt. Slightly foxed. Armorial bookplate. Original issues of Bentley's Magazine. Bound with special title page and a preface dated 1889 by the collector John Waugh. Autograph letter and envelope from Smith, 5 November 1841, 2½ pages, bound in. A magnificent deluxe binding by TOUT binders, with an autograph letter by the author. Smith's letter is to Miss Peacock about the loan of books and mentions Dion Boucicault's new comedy. Extensively illustrated with fine engraved plates after John Leech. Albert Smith was a notable nineteenth century writer and an early contributor to both Punch and Bentley's Miscellany; this title is considered his finest novel. Uniformly bound with our other selections from Bentley's Miscellany. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Comprehensive History of the Woollen and Worsted Manufactures, and the Natural and Commercial History of Sheep, from the Earliest Records to the Present Period.

      Smith, Elder & Co ,, London: 1842 - Tall 8vo, 2 vols. Pp 482, frontis (&) ; Vol 2 472pp, frontis & 4 litho plates of sheep, large folding table at rear on wheat. Half calf & purple pebbled cloth, raised bands, gilt title on spine, tastefully rebacked with original spine laid down. Early fox spotting in both volumes. Management of merino sheep, Tibetan llama wool, angora goats. This book is much scarcer than Bischoff's work on Tasmania, published in 1832. OCLC 112269302. Thomas Southey, wool broker, is quoted on Australia, John Macarthur on sheep in New South Wales; North Wales, Lancashire, South Africa, Midlands, Ireland, Sicily, Arkwright's invention, the spinning jenny. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Morning Line for Albany. From the Steamboat Pier, Foot of Barclay-Street. Passage $1 50. The Low-Pressure Steamboat ALBANY, Capt. J.G. Jenkins.

      New York: 1842 - A decorative broadside advertising "The ALBANY". The fare is listed at a $1.50 - in 1825, under the Livingston-Fulton monopoly of the Hudson River, it had been $4 or more. The monopoly was dissolved in 1824 following the landmark Gibbons v. Ogden Supreme Court case, opening New York waters to all competitive steam navigation companies. In 1819 there were only nine steamboats in operation on the Hudson River; by 1840, customers could choose from more than 100 in service. This Steamboat and Captain were advertised in the press of the 1840s as paired with Captain Gorham of the "Troy". Captain Jenkins had a long career, working on the Philadelphia route in the 1820s and there followed a long career on the Hudson. The captain's names seem to be invoked as a reassurance for the traveling public, as there were often fires on the steamboats. The worst disaster was to arrive 10 years later in 1852, when the "Henry Clay" burned south of Yonkers, killing many notables, including Andrew Jackson Downing, the architect & landscape designer. 9 5/8 x 10 1/2", a sml. chip in the top affecting the "i" in 'Morning", trimmed a little close on the right side with slt. loss, a little marked but remarkably good. Handwritten in pen at bottom "Monday April 11th" [1842]; with a starboard view of sidewheel steamer ALBANY.A handsome piece.

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        History of the Orders of Knighthood of the British Empire. (4 Vols)

      John Hunter, Maddoc St, London 1842 - Uniformly bound in early full black morocco, some blind tooling, corners and edges a little bumped and worn. Spines have titles in gilt, all have been repaired at some point, raised bands, blind tooling. Internally, all 4 volumes have red marbled endpapers, hinges strengthened, NO inscriptions. 26 wonderful plates, which includes the 4 important coloured portrait plates, has in excess of 56 illustrations within text. Volume 1, has the important coloured frontis tp by G Baxter a little chipped at edges, some light spotting to verso, title page in red and black ink, [6], (xvi), [2], (lxxxviii), (iii), [3], (ii), [1], 2-266 pp (With 2*39 page, 2*40, 2* 41, 2*42, 2*43, 2*44, 2*45 and 2*46 pp), 2 pls (Portrait plate at p3). Volume 2, (4), 267-515pp, (lx), (lix-lx), (xix-lvii), li-xc), (lxxxi-cxi) double pagination at 2*335, 2*336, 2*337, and 2*338, 4 plates (pages, 345, 352, 355 & 377). Volume 3, [6], 4-83 pp, [1], [3], (iv-xxxvi), (iv), [5], 4-194 pp, 193-276 pp, (cv), [1], (viii), 8 plates (including 2 portraits, pages 164, 165, 194, 195, 197, 199 + 2, & 3) Volume 4, [7], 4-92 pp, (xxvi), (iv), [3], 4-100 pp, (xxi), [1], (iii), [6], 4-56 pp, [2], (xl), [3], 4-24 pp, (v), [6], 4-28 pp, [3], (iv-xviii), [1], 2-16 pp, (xcii), 12 plates (including 1 portrait, (pages 61, 62, 73, 73, 74, 23, 35, 15, 17, 18, 19 + 3). (Lowndes 1690. Avery AWIN54). Wonderful production! Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, author and antiquary wrote many titles however it is the History of the orders of the Knighthood of the British Empire for which he is best remembered, originally issued as parts at a cost of between £3000 and £4000. In Muir's view "it is doubtful whether the technical quality of these prints could be surpassed today"; the plates 'using gold leaf. are truly magnificent' (Muir 152) This work continues to be a valuable source for historians of the subject. 36.5*27cm, very heavy 17kg packed) A lovely set of a title that rarely come on the market! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouveauté Musicale. Leipzig, C.F. Doerffling 1842. Quer 8°. Mit 6 gest. Tafeln mit Musiknoten, OUmschl.

      - Sehr selten (Über WorlCat nur 2 Ex. in d. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin u. in Denemark nachweisbar).- "So kam 1842 in Leipzig. ein 'Nouveaute Musicale' betitelter Druck heraus, bei dem die Noten der darin enthaltenen Formen (Marche de turcs et de noirs; Valse; Ronde tarentelle; Barcarole; Galop de masques; Musique religieuse) als Köpfe entsprechend agierender Menschen dargestellt sind" (Wolf J., Die Tonschriften. Breslau 1924).- Etw. stockfl., 5 Bll. etw. wasserrandig. # WorldCat lists only 2 copies (no copy in USA).- ?Le compositeur de ces fragments a senti la vie qui respire dans les notes et il a voulu l?exprimer au moyen de figures. Ceux qui exécuterons apprécieront combien l?artiste a eu à vaincre de difficultés pour se renfermer, tout en innovant, dans les strictes exigeances de la mesure, pour motiver les accidents ordinaires de l?écriture musicale, sourtout pour observer fidelement dans ces petits opéras la double unité de l?action dramatique et de la mélodie.? (Declaration on the inside cover).- The pieces of music are designated: Marche de turcs et de noirs; Valse; Ronde tarentelle; Barcarole; Galop de masques; Musique religieuse.-Somewhat waterstained.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Heygendorff").

      W[eimar], 15. I. 1842. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief) und rotem Lacksiegel. An den Leiter des Weimarer Hoftheaters, Karl Emil Frhrn. Spiegel von und zu Pickelsheim (1783-1849), mit der Bitte, ihr eine "Comedie" zu lesen zu geben: "[.] erhalte ich eine abschlägige Antwort; so stekke ich sie zu den übrigen und nähere mich dadurch immer mehr und mehr der Märtirer Krone die ich für meine resignation um einer guten Sache willen verdiene [.]". - Caroline Jagemann erfuhr ihre Schauspiel- und Gesangsausbildung durch August Wilhelm Iffland und Heinrich Beck, debütierte 1792 als Oberon in der Oper von Paul Wranitzky am dortigen Nationaltheater und wurde 1797 als Hofsängerin in Weimar engagiert. "[Sie] gehörte gemeinsam mit der Sopranistin Henriette Eberwein, dem Tenor Carl Melchior Jakob Moltke und dem Bassisten Karl Stromeier zum ‚Weimarer Quartett'. 1798 gastierte sie in Berlin, 1800 in Wien, später auch in Stuttgart, Frankfurt/Main und Leipzig. Ihr Geliebter Herzog Karl August von Weimar ernannte sie 1809 zur Freifrau von Heygendorff und überließ ihr ein Rittergut. Im selben Jahr wurde J. v. H. zur Operndirektorin ernannt und übernahm nach Goethes Rückzug aus dem Theaterbetrieb die alleinige Leitung des Hoftheaters, seit 1824 als Oberdirektorin. 1828 verabschiedete sie sich von der Bühne. Zu ihren großen Rollen gehörten die Elisabeth in ‚Maria Stuart' (1800) und die Beatrice in der ‚Braut von Messina' (1803)" (DBE). - Das Adreßblatt mit kleinem Ausriß durch Siegelbruch (keine Textberührung) und schwach fleckig; Bl. 1 recto mit einem zeitgen. Bearbeitungsvermerk am oberen Blattrand; einig kleine Stecknadeldurchstiche am oberen Rand.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Oliver Twist / by Charles Dickens (Boz)

      Philadelphia : Lea and Blanchard 1842 - Description: 212 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Subjects: Orphans -- Criminals -- Kidnapping victims -- London (England) --Fiction. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Professionally recased with the original spine laid back; very impressively finished. Minor, scattered marginal foxing. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 212 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

      London - John Snow 1842 - A first edition of Robert Moffat's popular account of his work as a missionary in Africa from the mid-nineteenth century. In a full calf binding, with the fold-out map and colour frontis present. With a fold-out map of Africa. With twenty engravings, including a colour frontispiece, Mission Premises, printed in oil colours, by George Baxter. In 1842 his Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa appeared, to become a widely read Victorian missionary classic -DNB. Robert Moffat, 1795-1883, was a missionary in Africa and linguist. Condition: In a full calf binding. Externally, rubbed, with slight loss to the top of the spine. There is a tidemark to the rear board. The joints are starting. The hinges are strained. Internally, firmly bound, with light marginal browning and some foxing, prominent to the plates, and the first and last few pages. Overall: GOOD ONLY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA]
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        Storia d'Italia continuata da quella del Guicciardini sino al 1814 : con annotazioni - [Complete in 6 volumes]

      Milano : Tipi Borroni e Scotti (1842-44) - Physical description 6 v : port ; 21 cm. Notes "Vita di Carlo Botta, scritta da Michele Sartorio": v. 6, p. i-xxii at end. Subject Italy - History - 1559-1789. Italy - History - 1789-1815. Near fine copies all in the original gilt-blocked, elaborately blind-tooled cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 4 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

      John Snow, London 1842 - Illustrated with the impressive Baxter steel engravings. , third thousand. 8vo. Finely bound in half gilt-blocked and polished buckram-covered marble boards. A remarkably well-preserved copy of a highly uncommon title. Scans on request. 1 Kg. 624 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Modern Shooter: containing practical instructions and directions for every description of inland and coast shooting - Rare first edition

      Whittaker, London 1842 - Rare. A very good+ condition copy in the original blind-decorated green cloth, evenly faded. Gilt titles still bright on spine. Binding very good with only light wear to the extremities. Light knock to one corner. Text very good, tight and clean, with only very little very light foxing, just the odd speckle here and there. Yellow end papers, the front free end paper bearing two neat 1843 inscriptions. One barely noticeable, small, neat page margin repair. Tissue-guarded, steel-engraved frontispiece and engraved half-title, plus many woodcuts. Wide-ranging, comprehensive contents, from all aspects of guns and equipment to gundogs and all types of quarry, from game to wildfowl, deer to rooks. An excellent book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brian P. Martin Antiquarian Books]
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        Scuola equestre. Elementi di cavallerizza, lezioni equestri, cavallo ammalato, razze dei cavalli, nutrimento dei poledri, cavallo militare.Nuova edizione corredata di molti rami. Volume I e II.

      Luigi Bordandini 1841-1842, Forlì - [Figurato Cavalli] (cm.23,5) bella mezza pelle recente con nervi e fregi in oro al dorso, grandi angoli in pelle. -- Antiporta figurata + pp. 247; pp. 342 + 1 c. con l' imprimatur + 20 tavv. f.t. + 4 tavv. (XI-XII-XIII-XIV). Sono 2 volumi, rilegati in uno. E' la migliore e più completa edizione di questa fortunata opera apparsa a Milano nel 1802 e poi nel 1805, ambedue molto ridotte anche nell' iconografia, rispetto alla nostra definitiva. Bella e non comune edizione non citata da Huth "Works on Horses and equitation". Anche Mennesier De La Lange "Bibliographie Hippique" cita altre edizioni, ma non la nostra. Una gora al margine bianco di varie carte all' inizio, che non tocca mai il testo. Qualche macchietta al margine di alcune tavole altrimenti bell' esemplare ben completo. Ex libris nobiliare alla sguardia. [F80] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA]
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        Nouvelles Causes Célèbres Ou Fastes Du Crime

      Pourrat Frères, Paris 1842 - Six volumes grand in-octavo, publiés de 1842 à 1843. Les T. V et VI portent : "Par Moquard, Capo de Feuillide, Alboize, etc." . (4), 336 - (4), 320, (4), 332 - (4), 336 - (4), 344 - (4), 356 pages; illustrés de 24 gravures hors texte sur acier; rousseurs éparses, quelques cahiers et gravures brunis. Agréables reliures de l'époque en demi-basane "framboise" et plats de papier marbré rosé et bordeaux. Dos lisses légèrement passés, ornés de fers romantiques dorés courant sur toutes leurs hauteurs, titres et tomaison dorés. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Dornier]
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        A Catalogue of the Classic Contents of Strawberry Hill Collected by Horace Walpole

      Smith and Robins, London 1842 - xxiv, 250 p.: 1 leaf of engraved portrait of Horace Walpole, in-text illustrations; 29 cm. Later 19th-century brown cloth spine with original boards. Engraved cover title: A Catalogue of the Contents of Strawberry Hill. Engraved title page. George Robins, the auctioneer, advertised the sale to begin on April 25, 1842, and continue for 24 days. However, the original plan to sell some of the prints, drawings, and illustrated books in large lots was altered, so the contents originally proposed for the seventh and eight days of the sale were withdrawn, recatalogued in smaller lots, and sold later. As many as 7 editions of the catalog are known. This edition includes descriptions of contents through day 24, omitting days 7 and 8; the 6th day concludes with lot 160, omitting the Waldegrave manuscripts (originally lots 161- 187). It does not include the "Names of purchasers and the prices" sometimes found on 58 pages at the end. Inscription on p. xxi dated Jan. 7 1855 by John Robinson, who relates taking nuts from the chestnut trees at Strawberry Hill (said to have been planted by Horace Walpole) at the time of the sale and planting the resulting trees in Kinnington Park. Part of the last line of the inscription was lost when the pages were trimmed during the later 19th-century rebinding. Robinson's name is also written on the front board. He is identified by Sotheran as Sir John Charles Robinson (1824-1913). with documents from the 2002 sale of the catalog by Henry Sotheran, London. Gift inscription on front free endpaper from Guy Lacy Schless to Nancy Schless, 2002. In Very Good- Condition: boards are stained; upper righthand corner of portrait dampstained; occasional foxing, including portrait and title page; occasional soiling.

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        Deutschlands Fauna oder praktisch-gemeinnützige Naturgeschichte der Thiere des Inlandes mit naturgetreuen Abbildungen aller Arten. 2. Tl.: Die Vögel. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Lpz., Wagner, 1842. IV, 346 S.; Tit., 36 S. (Reg.)., Mit 55 kolor., teils eiweißgehöhten Kupfertaf. mit 730 Abb. v. G.A.S(chwerdtgeburth). Gr.-8°. Neuerer Hlwd.,

      1842 - Auf dem Titel irrtümlich: '. auf sieben und fünfzig Kupfertafeln'.- Für gebildete Leser aller Stände, so wie für Schulen. 'Es liegt aber ein unnennbarer Zauber im Umgange mit den lebendigen Natur, und wer einmal begonnen hat ihre Zöglinge mit offenem Gemüthe zu beschauen, den verläßt sie nimmer, tröstet ihn mit ihren wunderbaren Harmonieen, über alle Leiden des eignen Lebens, und erheitert und erquickt ihn, aus der unversiegbaren Quelle ihrer Unendlichkeit, Geist und Gemüth' (Vorrede). Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        The Ports, Harbours, Watering-Places And Picturesque Scenery of Great Britian. Illustrated by views taken on the spot, with descriptions, historical and topographical, Vol. I. & II. [in 2 volumes]

      Published by Virtue & Co no date given[1842], London and New York - , 2 uniform volumes, each volume has 72 plates including vignette title pages and frontispiece, volume 2 includes the additional 20 plates of Irish views, 2 pages of descriptive text to accompany each plate, complete as listed but with some plates listed in one volume but actually bound in the other First Edition , slight curve to boards, cloth a little discoloured and rubbed, spine lightly rubbed and darkened in areas, hinges cracked but holding firm, light patches of foxing to some plates, others clean, books in good+ condition , half brown calf with plum cloth to sides, gilt titles to spine, 4 raised bands gilt decorated Quarto Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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        CANADIAN SCENERY ILLUSTRATED, Volumes I & II (First Printing, Peter Low Binding).

      George Virtue, London 1842 - First printing of this historic set. In two volumes, pp.: 128, 116, engraved frontis portrait, engraved title pages, 117 steel engraved plates with tissue guards, 4to, complete original binding in full dark-brown morocco, extravagently embellished with gilt titles and decorations, aeg, original ribbon markers present. All plates and tissue guards present. Externally superb with almost no wear to extremities of binding of Vol. II, slight loss to the heel of Vol. I. No owner's marks, no creasing or tears to contents. No weakness to joints or hinges. Endpapers appear original, with binder's label "P. Low" (Peter Low, London & Boston a highly-respected binder of the day). Plates are excellent, clear, early strikes. Modest foxing to some plates (mostly to margins), most have little or no foxing. Gilt edges are extremely bright. Only significant flaw to contents is some dampstaining to the margins of the front flyleaf, frontis, illustrated and full-title of volume II. Aside from the dampstaining, one of the nicest copies we have seen, totally original and complete. Scans available. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Inno Dubelaar Books]
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        Canadian Scenery, Illustrated. From Drawings by W.H. Bartlett (2 volumes)

      George Virtue, London 1842 - (4),128; (2),116 Pp. Engraved frontis portrait, engraved title pages, map & 117 steel engraved plates. The plates are good early strikes with little or no foxing William Henry Bartlett, 1809-1854, a noted traveller and highly skilled landscape artist, visited Canada four times between 1836 and 1852. He provided some twenty travelogues with brief texts. The prose text by Willis relates the history and current conditions in Upper and Lower Canada about 1839-40". - Canadian Scenery is considered Bartlett's finest production (Sabin). - "A very deep impression upon the pictorial history of Canada was made by William Henry Bartlett, artist and illustrator". Spendlove. Some wear to the outer spine otherwise very good Full dark green levant morocco, gilt ruled bands, gilt border and decorations in the panels, gilt titles, extra gilt decorated borders on the bevelled boards and inner gilt dentelles [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Schooner Books Ltd.(ABAC/ALAC)]
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        Canadian Scenery Illustrated from Drawings By W. H. Bartlett (Two Volumes Complete)

      George Virtue, London 1842 - Collection of fine 19th century landscape engravings. Vol. I, 128 pages illustrated with frontpiece portrait of Bartlett, vignette and 54 engravings. Vol. II, 116 pages illustrated with frontpiece, vignette and 63 engravings. Bound in full black leather with gilt titles, borders and decoration. Five raised bands on spine. All edges of leaves trimmed in gilt. Professionally restored with original spines and boards attached to new, matching leather backstrips. Previous owner's name on front endpapers. Light foxing. Barking Dog Books and Art LLC has been an independent bookseller online since 2002. Orders are processed promptly, carefully packed, and shipped with delivery confirmation. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MÉMOIRES DE L'INSTITUT ROYAL DE FRANCE - TOME QUINZIÈME: Mémoire sur les signes employés par les anciens Égyptiens à la notation des divisions du Temps, dans leurs trois systèmes d'écriture.

      Imprimerie Royale, Paris. 1842 - [English description available upon request] Le livre comprend les 2 pages titres et l'index du Tome Quinzième (viii pages), suivi du Mémoire complet de Champollion, soit les pages 73 à 136 ainsi que les 6 planches dépliantes. Reliure très légèrement usée, autrement en très bonne condition. Pages intérieures avec quelques rousseurs éparses, autrement en très bonne condition, sans inscription et solide. TRÈS RARE! Le WorldCat ne liste que 2 exemplaires (London Metropolitan University et University of Oxford). Photos disponibles sur demande. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Louis Caron]
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        La España artistica y Monumental

      Hauser y Menet 1842 - 3 volúmenes en folio con encuadernación original en media piel roja encerada con lomo dorado.Ilustrado con 144 litografías con sus correspondien-tes textos explicativos. Ejemplar completo y en muy buen estado.Villa amil es el máximo exponente español del paisajismo romántico con claras influencias de David Roberts.la luz y los personajes son tratados con una delicadeza excepcional. Esta obra utiliza la litografia para captar y potenciar todos los detalles arquitectónicos y paisajisticos. Se publicó por entregas y eso hace que hoy en día sea muy dificil encontrar un ejemplar completo y con su encuadernación original como el que presentamos. Ejemplar completo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontes]
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        The Practical Farmer, Gardener, and Housewife; Or, Dictionary of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Domestic Economy: Including Descriptions of the Most Improved Kinds of Live Stock, Their Proper Treatment, Diseases, and Remedies, an Account of the Best Sorts of Fruits, with Instructions for the Management of Fruit Trees Generally; Together with Directions for the Culture of the Morus Multicaulis, for the Raising of Silk; Also, with Remarks on the Cultivation of Some Select Flowers and Ornamental Shrubs

      Geo. Conclin, Cincinnati, Ohio 1842 - Bound in full brown leather with gilt lettering against red label on the spine; this hardcover binding is solid and strong with some wear to the board extremities; the leather on the front hinge is cracked, but still holding well. The interior is clean: no bookplates, and no writing except for some mathematical notations in light pencil on the front pastedown. The text is clean and unmarked with scattered foxing throughout. NOT ex-library. Overall, a clean, tight copy in attractive binding; very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gunn Books]
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        Encampment of the Aulad-Said. February, 18th 1839.

      London. 1842-9 - Size: 425 x 605 mm. Very good condition. Unobtrusive blind stamp. Original tinted lithograph. Additional hand colouring. Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to "serve me for the rest of my life" (Roberts, eastern journal, 28 Jan 1839). Over the next decade he made "a series of intire new drawings" for the large coloured lithographs executed by Louis Haghe for The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt & Nubia, which was originally published by subscription, 1842-9. No publication before this had presented so comprehensive a series of views of the monuments, landscape, and people of the Near East. "Robert's Holy Land was one of the most important and elaborate ventures of nineteenth-century publishing, and it was the apotheosis of the tinted lithograph" (Abbey, Travel). These lithographs were originally published in twenty parts, most parts containing six plates, the price for each part with coloured plates (the most expensive state) being 3 guineas. The Holy Land, Syria., from Drawings made on the Spot. London: F.G. Moon. Abbey, Travel, 272; Gay 2216; Ibrahim-Hilmy, II, p.176; Lipperheide 1591; Tooley (1954) 402.

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        Two-page Third Person Letter from Charles Dickens, probably written in the hand of his traveling secretary George Putnam

      1842. Octavo. Folded for mailing. Very good or better. A letter written 8 March 1842 from the United States Hotel in Philadelphia to Mr. Joseph Jones, declining an invitation from the Committee of that city's Hibernian Society, during Dickens's first trip to America. Dickens stayed at the United States Hotel from March 5th through 9th, during which time he met twice in his rooms with Edgar Allan Poe, who was seeking help from Dickens in finding an English publisher. .

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