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        LIZARS' EDINBURGH GEOGRAPHICAL GENERAL ATLAS:

      - containing maps of every empire, state, and kingdom; with a tabular view of the heights of the great mountain chains, and a very copious and comprehensive consulting index. Compiled, drawn, and engraved, from the latest and most authentic sources. The maps of the New British Colonies upon an extra large scale; and the whole engraved upon sixty-nine plates . Pp. [2](title, verso blank)+[2](Consulting Index, verso blank)+[4](\i Table of mountain chains, together with the altitudes of their principal summits, being a double page spread printed on one side only and featuring an engraved headpiece illustration)+[4](another double page spread, printed on one side only, comprising an alphabetical listing of mountains, the text apparently incomplete)+12(Index to the name of places and maps), with 68 double page lithographed maps, hand-coloured in outline and numbered 1-31 and 33-69 [number 32 was omitted]; med. folio; the text block disbound and inserted onto stubs (but with the double page spreads intact); contained within a slightly larger (super roy. folio) full vellum binding (possibly eighteenth century?), handsomely decorated in gilt with vellum interlacing and yapped edges, lacking the fore-edge ties and slightly soiled; upper headband loose; some marginal chips and tears (mainly to fore-edges), with a tissue paper repair to fore-edge of title page, several other edges brittle, with some tape repairs, scattered light foxing, soiling and browning, but overall in very good order; W. H. Lizars, Edinburgh, n.d.[1842]? *Lacking some text between the end of list of mountains and beginning of alphabetical listing, but a substantially extra-illustrated copy, with an additional 35 maps on different paper stocks (of various sizes, places, publishers and dates, two eighteenth century, the others later, a couple with institutional stamps on reverse). Includes two maps (United States and Mexico) showing the Republic of Texas, which was a sovereign state from 1836 to 1846. A listing of the extra maps is available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zur Erkenntniss unsrer staatswirthschaftlichen Zustände. Erstes Heft: Fünf Theoreme [no more published].

      Neubrandenburg-Friedland, G. Barnewitz, 1842. - 8vo. VIII, 175 (but: 177), (1) pp. Near-contemporary half cloth with marbled boards and ms. spine label. First edition of this "important little text" (Mombert) on the theory of value, interest and ground rent by the "founder of scientific socialism" (ADB). The economist Rodbertus defended the labor theory of value as well as the view that interest or profit is theft. He regarded the social question as a purely economic one. His principal doctrines were that the workman's share of the nation's industrial income tends constantly to decline; that land rent and interest are the result of the exploitation of the working classes; that the shares in the distribution of wealth are not entirely the result of permanent, universal economic forces, but the result of historical evolution and the prevailing legal system; and that the laborer's purchasing power is small and the capitalist and landlord classes, instead of increasing their consumption of luxuries, invest their savings in new factories, and in otherwise increasing the means of production, with the inevitable result that commodities of common consumption are produced in excess. Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk thought that Rodbertus's exposition of the exploitation theory was superior to that of Karl Marx in profundity and coherence. - Somw browning and foxing (stronger in first and final leaves); numerous notes and underlinings by a contemporary reader (mostly in pencil). Einaudi 4806. Kress C 5941. Menger 309. Humpert 8130. Stammhammer I, 205, 13. Mombert 391. ADB XXVIII, 742. Krieg, MNE II, 172. Not in Borst. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Das malerische und romantische Westphalen

      1842. 236 S. mit 28 Stahlstichen. (Stiche teils braunfleckig.), angebunden:Franz Dingelstedt:Das Weserthal von Münden bis Minden. Krieger. Cassel. (o.J.1844). Das malerische und romantische Deutschland. Supplement. 138 S. m. 25 Stahlstichen (nicht 36 wie angegeben, es sind nur 25 Stahlstiche incl. Titelblatt erschienen)(teils braunfleckig) Bild eines Stahlstiches, sehr schöne Stahlstiche, kräftige Abzüge. Langewiesche,Volckmar. Barmen,Leipzig. 1842. Guter Zustand/Good condition. Halbleder der Zeit der Entstehung/Hardcover. Rücken m. Gold-Aufschrift und Goldverzierung. Sprache: deutsch/german.

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        Memorie di un viaggio pittorico ne littorale Austriaco.

      Trieste For the authors 1842 - Folio (58.5 x 44 cm). Lithographed title, frontispiece, map and 42 plates lithographed by Kunz, Linassi and Selb, after Selb and Tischbein; some mostly marginal spotting, this more pronounced in the title. Contemporary moiré cloth binding, the upper cover with a large green morocco label lettered in gilt, brown coated endpapers, some wear at the spine ends, extremities rubbed, front hinge starting, endpapers creased. Fine, fresh example of the first edition, with English aristocratic provenance. A rare series of views of Trieste and the coastline of the Istrian peninsula, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. August Tischbein exhibited in Vienna between 1842 and 1867 and was known as a painter of landscapes, architecture and genre; all are represented here. August Selb( 1812-1859) was born in Munich, studied under his father, the artist and lithographer Josef, and at the Munich academy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Scènes de la vie privée et publique des animaux Études de moeurs contemporaines 2 Volumes

      Paris: J. Hetzel & Paulin, Éditeurs, 1842. Demi-cuir à coins. Très bon. Grandville. 2 volumes grands in-8. 6f., 386, 5f.; 4f., 390, 4f. Demi-maroquins grenat à coins, ex libris gravé aux premiers contre-plats, tranches supérieures dorées. Très légère usure aux reliures. Collationé, complet des 201 planches hors-texte. Nombreuses illustrations et vignettes dans le texte. Remarquable ensemble constituant une satire de la société française sous le Second Empire.

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        Encampment of the Piekann Indians, near Fort McKenzie on the Muscleshell River

      Philadelphia: Daniel Rice & James G. Clark, 1842. Hand-coloured lithograph. Very good condition apart from some minor soiling on the sheet. A fine image from McKenney and Hall's 'Indian Tribes of North America': `One of the most important [works] ever published on the American Indians' (Field),` a landmark in American culture' (Horan) and an invaluable contemporary record of a vanished way of life.A detailed print of the bustling military camp of the nomadic Piekann Indians near Fort McKenzie. A subgroup of the Blackfoot tribe, the Piekann or Piegan inhabited the Plains and Prairies of North America and were the quintessential Plains Indians.McKenney and Hall's 'Indian Tribes of North America' has long been renowned for its faithful portraits of Native Americans. The portraits are largely based on paintings by the artist Charles Bird King, who was employed by the War Department to paint the Indian delegates visiting Washington D.C., forming the basis of the War Department's Indian Gallery. Most of King's original paintings were subsequently destroyed in a fire at the Smithsonian, and their appearance in McKenney and Hall's magnificent work is thus our only record of the likenesses of many of the most prominent Indian leaders of the nineteenth century. Numbered among King's sitters were Sequoyah, Red Jacket, Major Ridge, Cornplanter, and Osceola.After six years as Superintendent of Indian Trade, Thomas McKenney had become concerned for the survival of the Western tribes. He had observed unscrupulous individuals taking advantage of the Native Americans for profit, and his vocal warnings about their future prompted his appointment by President Monroe to the Office of Indian Affairs. As first director, McKenney was to improve the administration of Indian programs in various government offices. His first trip was during the summer of 1826 to the Lake Superior area for a treaty with the Chippewa, opening mineral rights on their land. In 1827, he journeyed west again for a treaty with the Chippewa, Menominee , and Winebago in the present state of Michigan. His journeys provided an unparalleled opportunity to become acquainted with Native American tribes. When President Jackson dismissed him from his government post in 1839, McKenney was able to turn more of his attention to his publishing project. Within a few years, he was joined by James Hall, a lawyer who had written extensively about the west.McKenney and Hall saw their work as a way of preserving an accurate visual record of a rapidly disappearing culture. (Gilreath).Cf. BAL 6934; cf. Bennett p.79; cf. Field 992; cf. Howes M129; cf. Lipperhiede Mc4; cf. Reese, Stamped With A National Character p. 24; Sabin 43410a.

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        A skin lodge of an Assiniboin chief

      Paris, Coblenz and London 1842 - Hand-coloured aquatint engraving by Salathé and Hurlimann after Bodmer. Blindstamp. (Small repaired tear to left blank margin). A fine image containing all the essentials a Plains Indian needed or wanted to sustain life. On June 10th 1833, a camp of about twenty five tipis was set up by a band of Assiniboin near Fort Union, at the junction of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers. The tipi in the foreground is painted with bear figures: the owner of this tipi was assumed to have strong supernatural powers (an essential for success in battle, or for aid in treating the sick). In front of the tipi the chief's wife loads a travois harnessed to a dog: these elegantly simple constructions consisted of a netted circular platform attached to long poles and were used to transport baggage. A group of three unused travois stand propped to the left of the woman. The chief relaxes against a rolled blanket in the lee of the tipi, shaded from the afternoon sun, bow in hand, watching his wife work. To his left his small son wrestles playfully with one of the other dogs which follow the band. A warrior returns on horse back with news of game or buffalo. Karl Bodmer's images show great versatility and technical virtuosity and give us a uniquely accomplished and detailed picture of a previously little understood (and soon to vanish) way of life. Swiss-born Bodmer was engaged by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied (1782-1867) specifically to provide a record of his travels in North America, principally among the Plains Indians. In the company of David Dreidoppel (Prince Maximilian's servant and hunting companion), their travels in North America were to last from 1832 to 1834. Well-armed with information and advice, the party finally left St.Louis, on the most important stage of their travels, aboard the steamer Yellow Stone on April 10 1833. They proceeded up the treacherous Missouri River along the line of forts established by the American Fur Company. At Bellevue they encountered their first Indians, then went on to make contact with the Sioux tribe, learning of and recording their little known ceremonial dances and powerful pride and dignity. Transferring from the Yellow Stone to another steamer, the Assiniboin, they continued to Fort Clark, visiting there the Mandan, Mintari and Crow tribes, then the Assiniboins at Fort Union, the main base of the American Fur Company. On a necessarily much smaller vessel they journeyed through the extraordinary geological scenery of that section of the Missouri to Fort Mackenzie in Montana, establishing a cautious friendship with the fearsome Blackfeet. From this, the westernmost point reached, it was considered too dangerous to continue and the return journey downstream began. The winter brought its own difficulties and discomforts, but Bodmer was still able to execute numerous studies of villages, dances and especially the people, who were often both intrigued and delighted by his work. The portraits are particularly notable for their capturing of individual personalities, as well as forming a primary account of what was to become virtually lost cultures. Graff 4648; Howes M443a; Pilling 2521; Sabin 47014; Wagner-Camp 76:1.

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        Diplomatarium dalecarlicum. Urkunder rörande landskapet Dalarne, samlade och utgifne af C. G. Kröningssvärd och J. Lidén. 1-3.

      - Stockholm, Nordström/ Falun, J. F. Åkerblom, 1842-46. 4:o. X,+ 312 s.+ 2 litogr. planscher; (4),+ 312,+ (4); (4),+ 246,+ 68 s. Första delen med fuktrand i inre marginal första 30 sidorna och med fläckar och lagerfläckar, registret i del tre med likaledes med fuktrand i inre marginal. Tillsammans med: KRÖNINGSSVÄRD, Carl Gustaf (utg.). Diplomatarium dalecarlicum. Urkunder rörande landskapet Dalarne, samlade och utgifne af C. G. Kröningssvärd. Supplement. Stockholm, hos A. Cedergren, 1853. 4:o. (4),+ 61 s.+ litogr. runnyckel. Samt: Chronologiskt register på alla i Diplomatarium Dalekarlicum införda urkunder. Stockholm, N. Marcus, 1853. 4:o. 96 s. Lagerfläckig. Återkommande ljus fuktrand i nedre marginalen. Samt: Genealogiska tabeller. Stockholm, N. Marcus, 1853. 4:o. (56) s. Nött samtida hfrbd, guldornerad rygg med upphöjda bind och blå titeletikett. Supplementet häftad, oskuret och ouppsprättat, i samtida blått pappersomslag. Två volymer. Setterwall 550 & 221. Wingborg, Litteratur om Dalarna 7753. Ågren 1826. Lidén medverkade endast i del ett av Diplomatariet, därefter tog Kröningssvärd ensam över utgivningen. Med samtliga sällsynta tillägg; supplementet, det separata kronologiska registret och genealogiska tabeller, alla från 1853.

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        A skin lodge of an Assiniboin chief

      Paris, Coblenz and London, 1842. Hand-coloured aquatint engraving by Salathé and Hurlimann after Bodmer. Blindstamp. (Small repaired tear to left blank margin). A fine image containing all the essentials a Plains Indian needed or wanted to sustain life. On June 10th 1833, a camp of about twenty five tipis was set up by a band of Assiniboin near Fort Union, at the junction of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers. The tipi in the foreground is painted with bear figures: the owner of this tipi was assumed to have strong supernatural powers (an essential for success in battle, or for aid in treating the sick). In front of the tipi the chief's wife loads a travois harnessed to a dog: these elegantly simple constructions consisted of a netted circular platform attached to long poles and were used to transport baggage. A group of three unused travois stand propped to the left of the woman. The chief relaxes against a rolled blanket in the lee of the tipi, shaded from the afternoon sun, bow in hand, watching his wife work. To his left his small son wrestles playfully with one of the other dogs which follow the band. A warrior returns on horse back with news of game or buffalo. Karl Bodmer's images show great versatility and technical virtuosity and give us a uniquely accomplished and detailed picture of a previously little understood (and soon to vanish) way of life. Swiss-born Bodmer was engaged by Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied (1782-1867) specifically to provide a record of his travels in North America, principally among the Plains Indians. In the company of David Dreidoppel (Prince Maximilian's servant and hunting companion), their travels in North America were to last from 1832 to 1834. Well-armed with information and advice, the party finally left St.Louis, on the most important stage of their travels, aboard the steamer Yellow Stone on April 10 1833. They proceeded up the treacherous Missouri River along the line of forts established by the American Fur Company. At Bellevue they encountered their first Indians, then went on to make contact with the Sioux tribe, learning of and recording their little known ceremonial dances and powerful pride and dignity. Transferring from the Yellow Stone to another steamer, the Assiniboin, they continued to Fort Clark, visiting there the Mandan, Mintari and Crow tribes, then the Assiniboins at Fort Union, the main base of the American Fur Company. On a necessarily much smaller vessel they journeyed through the extraordinary geological scenery of that section of the Missouri to Fort Mackenzie in Montana, establishing a cautious friendship with the fearsome Blackfeet. From this, the westernmost point reached, it was considered too dangerous to continue and the return journey downstream began. The winter brought its own difficulties and discomforts, but Bodmer was still able to execute numerous studies of villages, dances and especially the people, who were often both intrigued and delighted by his work. The portraits are particularly notable for their capturing of individual personalities, as well as forming a primary account of what was to become virtually lost cultures. Graff 4648; Howes M443a; Pilling 2521; Sabin 47014; Wagner-Camp 76:1.

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        [WORKS] The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies and Poems of William Shakspere Edited by Charles Knight

      London: Charles Knight and Company, 1842. 12 volumes. A very early edition, being the second, of Knight's highly important Shakespeare. With handsome engraved illustrations throughout the text. Tall 8vos, in very proper and attractive full contemporary calf, the spines richly gilt decorated in compartments between gilt stippled bands, two compartments with contrasting dark brown and red morocco labels lettered and decorated in gilt, the boards with gilt ruled frames, gilt decorated edges and blind rolled turn-ins, the endleaves and all edges finely marbled. A very fine and handsome set, internally fresh and clean with no foxing or spotting at all, text firm and appearing unread, the binding sturdy and very attractive with solid hinges and only the most minor of evidence of shelving at the tips and edges, uncommonly fresh and well preserved. A FINE EARLY SET OF KNIGHT'S IMPORTANT EDITION. It contains Knight's excellent preface, dedications and all the notes on various readings and indexes. The vignette style engravings found throughout the plays are a delightful addition as well. "The text given by Mr. Knight... is founded upon the most careful collations; and a reason is assigned in those editions for every deviation from the received text of the modern copies. To print the Text of the Words of Shakespeare, such as we may judge that it proceeded from his pen, so as to make his real words accessible to all, is the object..."

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        A Practical Treatise on Brewing; showing the cause and prevention of acidity in malt liquors.

      Printed by R. Boyd Upper Street Islington. 1842. 8vo., original blind stamped cloth lettered in gilt on upper board. With folding plate. Lacking backstrip and with some heavy foxing. First edition of a rare brewing pamphlet by Professor Thomas Hitchcock. Although not a lovely copy this is a difficult work to find.

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

      Wien Verlag der k. k. a. p. ersten typo-graphischen Kunst-Anstalt 1842 vermutlich 2. Auflage, Halblederband der Zeit, gr.-2°, [Einbandformat ca. 55 x 45 cm] Titelblatt bzw. wohl Lieferungsumschlag auf Trägerpapier kaschiert, und 15 Karten im Farbendruck, nämlich: 1.Generalkarte des Kaiserthumes. / 2. Erzherzogthum Österreich mit Salzburg / 3., 4. 5. Und 6. Blatt Königreich Ungarn in 4 Einzelblättern / 7. Königreich Böhmen / 8. Und 9. Königreich Galizien in 2 Einzelblättern / 10. Königreich Lombardie-Venedig / 11. Königreich Illiren und Herzogthum Steiermark / 12. Königreich Dalmatien / 13. Grossfürstenthum Siebenbürgen / 14. Markgrafschaft Mähren mit Schlesien / 15. Gefürstete Grafschaft Tirol, altersgemäß guter bis sehr guter Zustand, alter Exlibris Stempel auf dem fliegendem Vorsatz vgl. dazu:Austria Picta. S. 343 45.1 und speziell Dörflinger: Atlantes Austriaci 1. Band 1. Teilband S. 80 Raff B 2 vermutlich 2. Auflage von welcher bis dato kein Exemplar bekannt ist. Die Kartenblätter sind wie folgt datiert: 1. 1841, 2. 1842, 3. -6. 1841, 7. 1842, 8.-9. undatiert, 10. 1841, 11. undatiert, 12. 1841, 13. 1841, 14. 1841, 15. 1842. Döflinger meint es erschien möglicherweise kein Titelblatt zu 2. Auflage, was wohl richtig ist da eine Einbandbroschur als Titelblatt auf ein Trägerblatt kaschiert ist. Der Titel ist ident zur 3. Auflage mit dem Unterschied, dass der Vermerk Dritte Auflage fehlt. Die gesehen Titel der Exemplare der 3. Auflage sind in grün gedruckt unser sog. Titelblatt jedoch in braun. Auf allen Blättern fehlt im Gegensatz zur 1. Auflage der fallweise vorkommende Vermerk *Geographischer Satz von F. Rumpold* Alle Blätter wie gesagt ohne Nennung eine Auflage, welches teils ab der 3. Auflage der Fall ist. Versand D: 9,00 EUR

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        American Notes for General Circulation

      London: Chapman and Hall 1842 - First edition, first issue. Two volumes. 8vo. (xii), 308; (viii), 306, (6) pp., a few gatherings unopened. Publisher's blind stamped cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, early armorial bookplate of a Henry Birkbeck to the front pastedowns and his lightly pencilled ownership inscription to the front free endpaper of volume I, the discreet contemporary ticket of the bookseller Fletcher of Norwich to the front of the same volume. Some fading to the spine, a very small superficial split to the cloth at foot of the lower joint of volume I, though it remains sounds and the set is very good overall. The result of a four month lecture tour of the States and Canada during which Dickens' opinions of the new world fell steadily. On his return it proved popular on this side of the Atlantic while American reviews were unanimously hostile, Emerson noting "Truth is not his object for a single instant.". Dickens composed a mollifying Preface which was removed at the last minute and not published until after his death. In it he states "I went there expecting greater things than I found. Coming home with a corrected and sobered judgement, I consider myself no less bound to do justice to what. I found to be the truth". Smith, II, 3.

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        Autograph letter signed.

      N. p., [April 1842]. - 4to. 1/3 p. Written under an offer for a gothic harp which was sent him by Kistner (Den Haag, 31 March 1842): "Cher Monsieur Kistner, Comme il a toujours été question pendant mon séjour à Leipsic d'acheter une harpe pour le theatre et les concerts Philharmoniques - Je desire vous informer qu'il y a ici un excellent instrument et à très bon marché et je sais que la Direction des Concerts ne doit pas manquer un occassion qui s'offre si rarement d'acquérir une Harpe à double mouvement à un prix si modique".

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        A manuscript petition signed by 54 'householders and members of the German Lutheran Congregations of Klemzig and Hahndorf' on 26 May 1842, seeking to have Pastor Kavel licensed as an Officiating Minister under a new 'Act for Regulating Marriages in the Province of South Australia'

      Foolscap folio, a bifolium, comprising the half-page petition with three neat columns each of fourteen signatures below it; a further twelve signatures on the verso; third page blank; fourth page docketed. Four horizontal folds, with very slight wear to the open ends of the creases; when folded, the docketed portion of the last leaf has been exposed and is a little sunned; overall, the document is in excellent condition. The Act came into operation on 1 July 1842. It called for Ministers of Religion to be registered, or any marriages they performed would be deemed invalid. Automatically eligible under the Act were 'clergymen of the United Church of England and Ireland and of the Church of Scotland'. Section XXXII stated 'That any minister of religion who shall have been for a period of twelve months in charge of a christian congregation consisting of at least forty householders resident in the province may apply to the Registrar General and the Registrar General on production of certificates signed in duplicate by such forty householders at least stating that the applicant has been for such period of twelve months a minister of religion in charge of such congregation of which they are members shall enter such applicant as an officiating minister within the meaning of this Act in a book to be kept for that purpose and shall file and preserve one of such certificates among the records of this office and shall give public notice thereof in the South Australian Government Gazette'. Offered here for sale is one of the original pair of petitions, being the copy returned to the parishioners in accordance with the strict letter of the Act. That it has survived is one thing (handed down through one of the families). That virtually all of the signatories arrived in South Australia on the 'German First Fleet' is something else again. The story is too well-known to require a detailed account, but briefly, during 'the bitter church struggle arising from the King of Prussia's attempt in 1817 to enforce unity of Lutherans and Calvinists within his realm' (Australian Dictionary of Biography), Pastor August Kavel and his congregation sought to emigrate to places where they could practise their faith in freedom. In 1836, he heard of George Fife Angas and the new colony of South Australia. The upshot was that the 'largest group of devout families that he [Angas] persuaded to emigrate to the new colony were the German Lutherans under Pastor August Kavel. When the Colonization Commission and the [South Australian Company] refused to help, he personally advanced some £8000 to the Germans for their migration. On arrival many of them became tenants on his land at Klemzig' (ADB). They arrived on the 'Prince George', the 'Bengalee', the 'Zebra', and the 'Catharina' between 18 November 1838 and 22 January 1839. The first notice regarding the licensing of ministers under the new Act was dated 25 May 1842, and it appeared in the South Australian Government Gazette Number 229, published the following day. The notice was placed by the Registrar General, none other than Charles Sturt, unhappily cooling his heels in an inferior position on insufficient pay, while preparing 'a grandiose plan for exploring and surveying, within two years, the entire unknown interior of the continent' (ADB) - but that's another story ... When he received the Kavel petitions, he docketed them; on this copy he wrote '1. Certificate of the Householders of the Villages of Klemzig and Handorff [sic] in favor of the Revd. A. Kavel, Lutheran Minister. May 26th 1842' and signed it 'C. Sturt RG'. A more pleasing (and unlikely) group of signatures relating to the foundation of South Australia that one might wish to have materialise after some 170 years is difficult to imagine! Notification that 'the Reverend Augustus Kavel has been entered as an Officiating Minister' appeared in Gazette Number 231 on 9 June 1842.

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        Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa;

      London: John Snow, 1842. First edition, 8vo, (xvi), 624, (12 advertisement) pp. Frontispiece of the Kuruman Mission, "Printed in Oil Colours by [George] Baxter", plus a folding map and 20 wood engraved illustrations, outer edge of frontispiece frayed with slight loss to one corner, outer edge of several preliminary leaves also a little worn, foxing to several of the wood engraved plates. Recently handsomely rebound in half calf, marbled endpapers and sides, gilt spine with a red label. Moffat embarked for Africa in 1816 at the age of 21, initially bound for Namaqualand, and over the next two decades established several missions and translated the New Testament (and eventually the whole Bible) into Sechwana, despite the hostile attentions of the Matabele and other African tribes. Following this volume's publication he returned to Africa, staying there until 1870. "...the father and pioneer of South African mission work..." (DNB). "...a valuable account of mission work among the Bechuanas..." (Mendelssohn). Mendelssohn II p29.

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        A Voyage Round the Coasts of Scotland and the Isles

      Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1842. First edition. Folding engraved map of Scotland by S. Hall, and 21 engraved plates. xii, 487; iv, 461, [14, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green cloth, gilt spines. Spines faded to brown, inner hinges starting, otherwise a lovely copy. Very good. First edition. Folding engraved map of Scotland by S. Hall, and 21 engraved plates. xii, 487; iv, 461, [14, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. " ... complete angling guide round the North of Scotland" James Wilson was the brother of Professor John Wilson, author of "Recreations of Christopher North," and professor of Natural History at Edinburgh. "This work contains an account of the various fishing stations in the Western Highlands and Islands, and describes the fish, flies, etc. It forms a complete angling guide round the North of Scotland from the Clyde to the Forth" (Westwood & Satchell). Westwood & Satchell, p. 242

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        THE VISION AND THE CREED OF PIERS PLOUGHMAN - WITH NOTES AND A GLOSSARY BY THOMAS WRIGHT

      Two volumes. 8vo (18cm). (xlx),272; [vi], (273) - (630)pp. Folding frontispiece, titles printed in red and black, contemporary polished straight-grained morocco gilt by Proudfoot, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, upper covers with dolphin and anchor motif in gilt, bookplate of Henry C. Collision; a fine set. Piers Ploughman is one of the great works of English literature of the Middle Ages and contains the first known allusion to the Robin Hood tales. It is attributed to William Langland and is a Christian allegorical epic poem. Wright translated and published one of the two "definitive" versions of the work in the 19th century.

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        Description of the Skeleton of an Extinct Gigantic Sloth, Mylodon robustus, Owen, with Observations on the Osteology, Natural Affinities, and Probable Habits of the Megatherioid Quadrupeds in General.

      London: printed by R. and J.E. Taylor, sold by John van Voorst, 1842. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (312 x 245 mm). 176, [50] pp., 24 lithographed plates, 4 folding (one with cloth strengthening at folds), each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress, errata slip bound at end. Original cloth, spine gilt-lettered (binding faded, head and foot of spine restored, corners worn). Internally quite crisp and clean. A fine copy. ----FIRST EDITION. ¬"A masterpiece both of anatomical description and of reasoning and inference" (DNB). Woodbine Parish, British consul to at Buenos Aires, donated a fairly complete skeleton of a Megatherium, which was discovered in the Argentinian Pampas, to the Royal College of Surgeons London. Owen identified this as a Mylodon and made the specimen subject matter of this brilliant memoir. His description of the skeleton includes the suggestion that the Mylodon (a South American ground sloth, smaller than the Megatherium) used its tail as a third hind leg for extra support when wrenching over trees. The tripod pose depicted in the large fold-out plate of this memoir became the iconic image of the long-extinct creature. (see N. A. Rupke, Richard Owen, Biology without Darwin, Univ. of Chicago Press, 2009, p. 76). Very Good.

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        A Voyage Round the Coasts of Scotland and the Isles

      Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1842. First edition. Folding engraved map of Scotland by S. Hall, and 21 engraved plates. xii, 487; iv, 461, [14, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green cloth, gilt spines. Spines faded to brown, inner hinges starting, otherwise a lovely copy. Very good. First edition. Folding engraved map of Scotland by S. Hall, and 21 engraved plates. xii, 487; iv, 461, [14, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. " ... complete angling guide round the North of Scotland" James Wilson was the brother of Professor John Wilson, author of "Recreations of Christopher North," and professor of Natural History at Edinburgh. "This work contains an account of the various fishing stations in the Western Highlands and Islands, and describes the fish, flies, etc. It forms a complete angling guide round the North of Scotland from the Clyde to the Forth" (Westwood & Satchell). Westwood & Satchell, p. 242

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        1° volume: Cenno sull'antica storia del foro criminale bolognese ove si confrontano gli antichi tempi coi presenti, si fa menzione delle pene, dei delitti, dei giudizi arbitrarj, dei costumi, delle superstizioni, dell'antica procedura criminale, dei tormenti, e degli effetti funesti della tortura. Bologna, Tip. e Fonderia del Genio, 1835. Legato assieme: Transunto di tre processi antichi criminali che suppongonsi relativi ad alcune lettere trovate nel demolire una antichissima porta della prima cerchia di Bologna. Bologna, Tip. Sassi e Fonderia Amoretti, 1841. 2° volume: Appendice prima al cenno del foro criminale bolognese (il solo pubblicato)

      Tipi Governativi alla Volpe, 1842. 3 opere in due volumi. 21 cm, rilegatura coeva in mezza pelle, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso, piatti marmorizzati, p. 269, (3); 98, (2); 329, (3). Una tavola incisa all'antiporta di ogni volume. Il primo volume ha all'antiporta una tavola ripiegata e il ritratto dell'autore incisi. Alcune tabelle. Leggero alone alle ultime 50 carte del 1° volume, qualche brunitura e restauro a una carta lontano dal testo al 2° volume. Piccolo timbro privato ai risguardi

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        AUSTRIAN SOUTHERN RAILWAY: Längenprofil der südlichen k.k.Staatsbahnen Mürzzuschlag bis Laibach

      Lithography in black and red, originally dissected in 86 segments and mounted on brown linen on 5 pieces of different size, in original dark brown card slipcase with mounted orange label with gilt title (Slightly age-toned and stained, old pencil annotations in margins, linen torn on some spots and repaired with new white linen verso, slipcase with scuffed margins, label with loss of paper, otherwise in a good condition), slipcase 8°, print circa 41 x 600 cm if joined (16.1 x 236.2 inches). - [Probably Vienna, between 1842-1845]. A rare seemingly unrecorded long engineer’s elevation profile of the Southern Austrian Rail shows the newly built rail between Graz and Ljubjana, Slovenia, finished by 1848. The map bears original annotations and is accompanied with an original slipcase. - This is the only known example of an extremely long engineer’s elevation profile of the Southern Austrian Rail, showing the railroad between Mürzzuschlag, in the vicinity of Graz, Austria, and Ljubljana, Slovenia. This part of the railroad was a part of extremely important rail route, connecting Vienna and Trieste, one of the main engineering achievements of the late 19th century. The undated map was most probably made as a part of a project for the construction of the railroad, before it was built, to study technical difficulties of the terrain and contemporary pencil technical annotations and corrections on the print show the map was perhaps used on the site of the construction. First plans for the construction of the railroad Vienna-Trieste were made in 1837, but the construction did not start until 1839. The rail was built in separate pieces, due to demanding terrain. The first obstacle was a demanding mountain pass Semmering in Austria, on the track Vienna-Graz, ending at the town Mürzzuschlag, where our map starts. The Semmering Railroad was not finished until 1854 and still remains one of the most impressive rail routes in Europe. The track between Mürzzuschlag and Graz was finished in 1844 after two years of construction, followed by the rest of the rail until August 1849, when the first train arrived to Ljubljana. The map can be dated between 1842, when the first measurements on the track Mürzzuschlag-Graz begun, and 1845, when the surveys of the terrain were made on the Slovenian part of the rail. After choosing between three different possibilities of a track between Celje and Ljubljana, the engineers finally agreed on a route presented on the last part of this map in 1845. This map is probably a working copy of an engineer, measuring the terrain for the railway. Maps, such as this one, were often printed for technical use only and were not publicly distributed. We could not trace any other copies of this map on the market nor in institutions worldwide. References: n.a. / unrecorded.

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        Das Kaiserthum Oesterreich, in seinen merkwürdigsten Städten, Badeorten, seinen Domen, Kirchen und sonstigen ausgezeichneten Baudenkmälern alter und neuer Zeit, historisch-topographisch dargestellt. 2 Bände.

      Darmstadt, Gustav Georg Lange, o. J. bzw. 1842. - Erstausgabe. - Dekoratives Exemplar dieses umfangreichen Ansichtenwerkes. - Einbände leicht berieben. Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Nebehay/W., III, 635; Eckl III, 500; Graesse VII, 466. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 Gr.-8°. Mit 256 Stahlstichtafeln. 1 Bl., XIV, 364 S., 1 Bl., IV S.; VIII, 592, VIII S., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. a. 3 breiten Bünden m. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückentitel. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Bonner Jahrbücher des Vereins von Alterthumsfreunden im Rheinlande 1-137, 141 A, 1842-1932 1969, 54 Bände

      Original Heft I- Heft CXXXVII (1-137, 1842-1932) gebunden in 51 Bänden (4 Halbleder mit Goldprägung-sonst Halbleinen mit Goldprägung KOMPLETT MIT ALLEN LITHOGRAPHISCHEN TAFELN, HOLZSCHNITTEN,(und später) FOTOS, KOMPLETT MIT REGISTERBÄNDEN. Zusätzlich (ohne Foto) Heft 7 (1845) und Heft 8 (1846) von Kraus Reprint (1972) als Taschenbuch, sowie Band 141 A Register von Butzon u Bercker-Kevelaer (1969). ZUSTAND: Bibliotheksrückenschild auf allen Rücken, sowie je 1 Stempel auf Titel "Ausgeschieden". Kanten unterschiedlich berieben u bestossen-Gelenke bei wenigen gelockert, alle fest gebunden- keine losen Blätter oder Tafeln. Die älteren Bücher leicht altersfleckig sonst nur minimalst und gleichmässig altersbedingt nachgedunkelt. Keine sonstigen Einträge, Wasserflecken, Knicke oder Einrisse! Praktisch unbenutzt!

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        Meklenburg [Mecklenburg] in Bildern. Redigirt und mit erlaeuterndem Texte begleitet. (1. und 2. Band) [von insg. 4].

      Rostock, Verlag von J. G. Tiedemann (1842-) 1843; EA; 2 Bände in 1; ca 21x15 cm; 68, 64 Seiten mit 2 gest. Titelblätter mit Titelvignette und insgesamt 48 altkolorierte lith. Tafeln; Leinwandeinband d. Zt. mit Rückentitel (Einband leicht bestoßen und geringfügig fleckig, die Titelblätter leicht stockfleckig, 2 Tafeln mit geringer Randbräunung; sonst gutes, sauberes Exemplar)Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Werke. Vollständige Ausgabe letzter Hand. Unter des durchlauchtigsten deutschen Bundes schützenden Privilegien.

      Stuttgart und Tübingen: Cotta 1827 - 1842. - Mit dem Porträt Goethes im 1. Band und weiteren Abbildungen bzw. Beilagen. Die Einbände sind meist nur gering berieben, die Vorsätze in den Ecken etwas gebräunt; Bd. 1/2 ist Rücken stärker berieben und die RSchildchen sind beschädigt; Bd.23/24 ist das Außengelenk hinten 4 cm angeplatzt; Bd.27/28 ist 1 RSchildchen beschädigt; es gibt weitere kleine Mängel. Die Bände sind aber fast ohne Stockflecken und insgesamt gut erhalten (II) * W/G 141. 5144 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 8000 13,8 x 9,6 cm, marmor. HLdr. der Zeit mit rotem und schwarzem Rückenschildchen, Rotschnitt 1.-60. Band (in 30 Bänden) komplett und Supplement-Band "Göthe`s Leben" von Heinrich Döring. Weimar: Hoffmann 1828, X,530 S., mit 1 Fac-simile. Ohne den Register-Band von Musculus. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Album esposizione di belle arti in Milano (anno VI.), dedicato Al Nobilissimo Signor Duca Antonio Litta Visconti Arese.

      Milano, Carlo Canadelli (1842). - Anthologie mit Originalbeiträgen zeitgenöss. italienischer Autoren. 4°. Gold u. blau lithogr. Titelbl., 4 Bll., 152 S. Mit 16 gest. Tafeln, davon 5 in Aquatinta, neuer brauner Moiréseidenband, Kopfgoldschnitt, die Stiche zeigen histor. Szenen u. Reproduktionen, die Aquatintas italienische Veduten.

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        Poesie scelte in dialetto milanese. Edizione illustrata da F. Gonin, P. Riccardi, L. Sacchi ed altri artisti.

      Tipografia Guglielmini e Redaelli, 1842. In-4° (cm. 25), legatura coeva in m. pelle con titolo e sobri fregi in oro al dorso, piatti marmorizzati (con lievi abrasioni), tagli spruzzati; pp. [4] 460 [4] in ottimo stato, con 1 tavola di ritratto del Porta f.t., 1 suggestiva antiporta n.t. in litografia su fondo tinto, testo inquadrato in doppio filetto e arricchito da numerose illustrazioni, testate e finalini; lievi fioriture sparse; piccolo strappo marginale riparato a una carta senza alcun fastidio. È la più bella edizione delle poesie del Porta e del Grossi con la medisima impostazione tipografica della Quarantana del Manzoni edita sempre dal Redaelli. Cfr. Hoepli 314; Predari 392; Meneghina, 1707. Ottimo esemplare.

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        American Notes for General Circulation

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1842. First edition, first issue. Two volumes. 8vo. (xii), 308; (viii), 306, (6) pp., a few gatherings unopened. Publisher's blind stamped cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, early armorial bookplate of a Henry Birkbeck to the front pastedowns and his lightly pencilled ownership inscription to the front free endpaper of volume I, the discreet contemporary ticket of the bookseller Fletcher of Norwich to the front of the same volume. Some fading to the spine, a very small superficial split to the cloth at foot of the lower joint of volume I, though it remains sounds and the set is very good overall. The result of a four month lecture tour of the States and Canada during which Dickens' opinions of the new world fell steadily. On his return it proved popular on this side of the Atlantic while American reviews were unanimously hostile, Emerson noting "Truth is not his object for a single instant...". Dickens composed a mollifying Preface which was removed at the last minute and not published until after his death. In it he states "I went there expecting greater things than I found... Coming home with a corrected and sobered judgement, I consider myself no less bound to do justice to what... I found to be the truth". Smith, II, 3.

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        Wanderungen an der Nord-und Ostsee

      Abt.I:Nordsee und Abt.-II Ostsee. 116 und 128 S. gr.8. m. zusammen 30 Stahlstichen komplett) etwa 1842. Georg Wigand Vlg. Leipzig. (etwas braunfleckig)(z.T.satte Abzüge Stiche gering stockfl.). Hld. d. Zt. m. ornamental. Rü.-Vergoldung.-2)Bild eines Stiches.

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        Document signed.

      Athens, 16. X. 1842. - Folio. 1 page on bifolium. Wit papered seal. Document creating Georgios Rallis deputy minister of justice and of the economy. Rallis (1804-83) was one of the most important and influential Greek politicians of the 19th century. Rallis held various ministerial posts during Otto's reign, including minister of education, of justice and of finance.

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        Handbuch der pathologischen Anatomie. 3 Bde.

      Wien, Wilhelm Braumüller, 1842-46, 8, (8), 572 XIV, (2), 882 XIV, (2), 632 pp 2 Halblederbände der Zeit und 1 Halblederband im Stil der Zeit minimal fleckig, feines Exempplar. First Edition - Vol.1 (first Issue) Vol. 2 (first issue) and Vol. 3 (second issue "Zweiter unveränderter Abdruck")!Carl, Freiherr von Rokitansky (1804-1878) "ranks with Morgagni as among the greatest of all writers on gross pathology. He is said to have performed over 30.000 autopsies himself. His "Handbuch' was for many years pre-eminent among its contemporaries." '"Vol. 1 of the first edition was published last vol. 3 was published first.""Vol. 3 (1842), p.313: Rokitansky's classic description of the pathological picture of acute yellow atrophy of the Liver. Rokitansky named the disease it has also been called 'Rokitansky's diseases'."Seltene Erste Ausgabe, der dritte Band "Zweiter unver?nderter Abdruck" aus dem Jahr der Erstausgabe, dieses klassischen Werkes, von dem Virchow am Jahrhundertende schrieben sollte "daß es sich als das eigentliche Fundament der praktischen Medizin" erwies. 1842 erschien als erster Band der 3.Bd. "Handbuch der speciellen pathologischen Anatomie, II: Enthaltend : Die Abnormitäten des Respirations-, des Digestions-, des Harn- und Geschlechts-Apparates", 1844 folgte der 2.Bd. "Handbuch der speciellen pathologischen Anatomie, I: Enthaltend : Die Abnormitäten des Zellgewebes, der serösen und Schleim-Häute im Allgemeinen, der äusseren Haut, des fibrösen, des Knochen-, Muskel-, Gefässe- und Nerven-Systemes", und 1846 erschien der 1.Bd. "Handbuch der allgemeinen pathologischen Anatomie".Garrison & Morton No.2293,3618 Norman Libr. 1845 Heirs of Hippocrates 1658.

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        ALS

      Autograph Letter Signed ("CD.") to "My Dear Mitton" [probably Thomas Mitton, friend and solicitor], regarding an engagement with Miss Coutts. 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Devonshire Terrace, Monday Morning n.d. but annotated in pencil "(?1842)"

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        Beantwoording der vraag: is de oprigting eener geneeskundige school te Amsterdam noodzakelijk of nuttig? Groningen, Oomkens, 1842, 35 pag

      Met: Dezelfde, vlugtige beschouwing van het rapport uitgebragt door de staats-commissie voor de geneeskundige aangelegenheden, Groningen, Oomkens, 1842, 39 pag.

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

      Verlag der k. k. a. p. ersten typo-graphischen Kunst-Anstalt, Wien 1842 - vermutlich 2. Auflage, Halblederband der Zeit, gr.-2°, [Einbandformat ca. 55 x 45 cm] Titelblatt bzw. wohl Lieferungsumschlag auf Trägerpapier kaschiert, und 15 Karten im Farbendruck, nämlich: 1.Generalkarte des Kaiserthumes. / 2. Erzherzogthum Österreich mit Salzburg / 3., 4. 5. Und 6. Blatt Königreich Ungarn in 4 Einzelblättern / 7. Königreich Böhmen / 8. Und 9. Königreich Galizien in 2 Einzelblättern / 10. Königreich Lombardie-Venedig / 11. Königreich Illiren und Herzogthum Steiermark / 12. Königreich Dalmatien / 13. Grossfürstenthum Siebenbürgen / 14. Markgrafschaft Mähren mit Schlesien / 15. Gefürstete Grafschaft Tirol, altersgemäß guter bis sehr guter Zustand, alter Exlibris Stempel auf dem fliegendem Vorsatz vgl. dazu:Austria Picta. S. 343 45.1 und speziell Dörflinger: Atlantes Austriaci 1. Band 1. Teilband S. 80 Raff B 2 vermutlich 2. Auflage von welcher bis dato kein Exemplar bekannt ist. Die Kartenblätter sind wie folgt datiert: 1. 1841, 2. 1842, 3. -6. 1841, 7. 1842, 8.-9. undatiert, 10. 1841, 11. undatiert, 12. 1841, 13. 1841, 14. 1841, 15. 1842. Döflinger meint es erschien möglicherweise kein Titelblatt zu 2. Auflage, was wohl richtig ist da eine Einbandbroschur als Titelblatt auf ein Trägerblatt kaschiert ist. Der Titel ist ident zur 3. Auflage mit dem Unterschied, dass der Vermerk Dritte Auflage fehlt. Die gesehen Titel der Exemplare der 3. Auflage sind in grün gedruckt unser sog. Titelblatt jedoch in braun. Auf allen Blättern fehlt im Gegensatz zur 1. Auflage der fallweise vorkommende Vermerk *Geographischer Satz von F. Rumpold* Alle Blätter wie gesagt ohne Nennung eine Auflage, welches teils ab der 3. Auflage der Fall ist. de 500 Buch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TREATY OF COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION BETWEEN HER MAJESTY AND THE REPUBLICK OF TEXAS

      London: T.R. Harrinson, 1842. 6pp. Folio. Stitched as issued. Minor wear and soiling. Very good plus. A most important treaty, comprising the recognition of Texas by a foreign power. "This treaty, which when ratified by both countries, marked the formal recognition by England of Texas, has the customary provisions for carrying on trade between the two countries" - Streeter. Viscount Palmerston negotiated the treaty, which was signed in London on Nov. 13, 1840. EBERSTADT 162:844. STREETER TEXAS 1417.

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        Printed invitation to the Boz Ball along with a ticket to a literary dinner held the next week 

      Single sheet, 8vo., printed on one side only. Small ticket on coated paper printed in black and white. 

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        Report from the Select Committee on the West Coast of Africa; Together with the minutes of evidence, appendix, and index. Part I.—Report and Evidence. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 5 August 1842; [together with] Part II.—Appendix and Index.

      [London:] Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 5 August 1842 - 2 volumes, folio (322 x 210 mm). 20th-century red library buckram, spines lettered and ruled in gilt, blue endpapers, top edge gilt. Spines slightly rolled, minor rubbing to extremities and corners gently bumped, a few scratches to boards, hinges strengthened, 2 long tears to folding map of Gambia, a few minor nicks to upper edge of leaf B1 and fore edge of DD2 of volume I, overall a very good set. 3 coloured folding maps to volume I. Bookplates of Public Record Office to front pastedowns, pages neatly separately paginated in ink and a few annotations to contents. First editions of these British government documents on a range of subjects relating to the illicit slave trade, bound as volumes 7 and 8 of a 10-volume library series, Reports from Committees: 1842. The volumes are a valuable source of contemporary information regarding the economics of the slave trade and the British government's efforts to abolish it, and draw extensively from the colonial administrator Richard Robert Madden's accounts. Madden was sent to West Africa in 1841 "as a commissioner of inquiry into the administration of British coastal settlements, where he exposed the 'pawn system', which was a disguised form of slavery" (ODNB). The large folding plates are maps of Sierra Leone, Gambia, and the Gold Coast. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A CATALOGUE OF THE CLASSIC CONTENTS OF STRAWBERRY HILL COLLECTED BY HORACE WALPOLE

      London: George Robins, 1842. xxiv,250pp. Quarto. Cloth-backed stiff boards, pictorial title vignette on upper board. Engraved frontis portrait and engraved title, illustrations. Boards edgeworn and somewhat rubbed and soiled; prelims through page 'x' neatly detached, soft vertical crease in engraved title-leaf; generally a good copy of an item rarely found fine. Novelist/collector Hugh Walpole's copy, with his leather Brackenburn bookplate inside the upper board, beneath an inserted example of Horace (Horatio) Walpole's own engraved bookplate (the early state of BP2). This example is a variant of Hazen's edition 'I' of the extensive sale catalogue of Walpole's library and effects. The printing history of the catalogue is moderately complex, as were the circumstances of the sale, and as many as seven editions of the catalogue are described by Hazen, not including the separate catalogue of the London sale. In this copy, as characteristic of Hazen's edition 'I', there are only 152 lots in the tenth day and 140 in the twelfth. However, like in Hazen's edition 'V', the Waldegrave manuscripts (6th day, lots 161-187) have been removed. However, the books of prints in the Round Tower, making up days 7 and 8, are still present. These were removed in edition 'VI', and recatalogued for the London sale. This copy has been sporadically priced in pencil in a contemporary hand, beginning part way through the sixth day (skipping days 7 and 8, as would be expected), occasionally with buyers noted. There are a few instances of detailed annotations about specific lots. Two added engravings of Strawberry Hill have been tipped before the printed title, one by Eastgate after Ireland. Laid in is a somewhat later (1863?) and partially a.l.s. from a bookseller, from 45 Booksellers Row, Strand, reporting results from a related sale, as well as two small folio waste sheets (post- 1853), with printed and revised manuscript descriptions of Irish books affixed, numbering lots 191-207, and noted in pencil as associated with 'W. Ridler," at the same address. Another octavo sheet listing four titles is also laid in. HAZEN (LIBRARY), p. xxix.

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        LASONDER, (TEYLER) VAN HALL Album amicorum in de vorm van een oblong doosje met losse blaadjes, van Amelia Lasonder, 1840-1848, met ca. 25 bijdragen van familie en vrienden. Hieronder een fraaie landschapstekening van haar neef Jan Jacob Teyler van Hall (1794-1851), kunstschilder en lithograaf te Amsterdam.

      Bijdragen van familieleden: J.J. Teyler van Hall, A. Lasonder, tante Antje, tante Amelia, tante A.C.E. Cordes-Lasonder, broer P.C. Lasonder, neef E.G. Colson Aberson (1842 te Doetinchem), tante Caroline Möller, nicht M.C. Calkoen, nicht Giertje H.J. van Hall, en van vrienden en vriendinnen: G.A. Bisschop, C.W.A. Blom, C.J. Bundten, Geertr. Ens, J.J.R. Meyers, U.W.J. Noodt, C. Corver, C.J.A. Dammers, C. Roesch, H.L. Fabricius, R.A. v.d. Tuuk, A. ter Veer. e.a. AA055/M4499

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        Syria, The Holy Land, Asia Minor &c Illustrated in a series of 120 views, drawn from nature by William H. Bartlett, William Purser, and Thomas Allom. THREE VOLUMES IN ONE.

      Fisher & Son, London - [2], 80 pp., / 76 pp., / 100 pp., [4 index], 3 maps of which one is folding, 121 engraved plates including 3 title engravings and a frontis portrait of Mehmet Ali, contemporary tree calf gilt, rubbed and lightly marked, title gilt on spine, gilt borders on cover, occasional spotting, light marginal damp-staining mainly to front 2 leaves, Fisher Son & Co., London & Paris, [c.1842]. John Carne (1789-1844) traveller and author. He resolved to visit the Holy Places, and accordingly he left England on 26 March 1821. He visited Constantinople, Greece, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Egypt. On returning back to England he started writing for the ‘New Monthly Magazine’, an account of his travels under the title ‘Letters from the East’. The first edition formed the first part of Fisher’s projected series ‘The Turkish Empire Illustrated’, and appeared in 30 parts of 4 plates each. The great majority of the views are by William Bartlett, who travelled extensively in the Levant. These drawings must have been made on his first journey in 1834-35; this seems to be the first book in which any of Bartlett’s Eastern drawings appear. The third volume includes plates after drawings by Thomas Allom, who also travelled to the levant around 1836-7. Bibliograpgic references: Blackmer 291; Tobler p. 148; Rohricht 1690. Size: 4to. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Joseph Freiherrn von Eichendorffs Werke

      Bln. Verlegt von M. Simion. 1842. 1-4 in 2 Halbleder-Bänden der Zeit. Name auf Titelblatt. m. Bildnis des Dichters. XVIII, 514 und 382 S. in 1. Band, 443 und 396 S. in 2. Band. Einb. -Rücken mit Blindprägung und Goldbeschriftung. gut erhalten. Dies ist er 2. Druck der E. A. von 1841 oder Titel-Auflage. Hld-2). ISBN: B000W7U9X4.

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        Sterbebuch.

      Sammlung von 3 Photographien (Albuminabzüge), 1 Photographie nach einer Zeichnung, 1 Photographie einmontiert in einen Partezettel und 1 Bleistiftzeichnung. Sämtlich montiert in blindgepr. Lederalbum der Zeit mit 14 Bll. und Moiréevorsätzen. Qu.-4to. Am vorderen Vorsatz Besitzerstempel "Jan hr. Harrach" (d. i. der böhmisch-österr. Politiker Johann Gf. Harrach, 1828-1910). Das Sterbebuch dokumentiert das Hinscheiden verschiedener Personen, die wohl dem persönlichen Umfeld des Grafen entstammten: Enthalten sind ein kleines Photo einer älteren Dame (unbezeichnet; 1870er Jahre; 23:33 mm im Oval); eine photographische Reproduktion (Studio Harmsen, Wien III) einer unbezeichneten Zeichnung von einem etwa zehnjährigen Knaben auf dem Totenbett; eine Parte "zum frommen Andenken an Johann Nepomuk Reichsgrafen Waldstein-Wartenberg" (1809-76) mit Photographie des Toten (zu diesem vgl. Thieme/Becker 35, 81 und Wurzbach 52, 238ff.); die Originalzeichnung eines Kleinkinds auf dem Totenbett, bezeichnet "Pocci 2 Jahre alt, gestorben 1842", datiert München 1842 und mit Monogramm FP; die Ganzkörper-Portraitphotographie eines greisen Klerikers, bezeichnet "Simon Reitinger - Geboren 1783 am 25. März. Jubelpriester, geistlicher Rath und Pfarrer zu Aschach an der Donau in Oberösterreich, von 1819-1869. Photographiert: Aschach 7. April 1865. Gestorben am 15. Dezember 1869 im 89. Jahre"; zuletzt die Photographie einer Grabstätte, bezeichnet "Eisernes Kreuz vom Grabstein der Kammerjungfer Anna Jezek am Kirchhofe für Deutsche in Rom nächst derr hl. Peterskirche, gestorben am 10. März 1869." - Interessantes Dokument der Sterbekultur des ausgehenden 19. Jahrhunderts in den Kreisen des böhmischen Adels.

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        Excursions Daguerriennes. Vues et Monuments les plus remarquables du Globe.

      Lerebours, Paris 1842 - Complete in two volumes, but a married set, different in paper size and bound in different, contemporary cloth, oblong folio. Together 112 plates, printed on chine collé and mounted on heavy paper. Volume I in original red blindstamped cloth with the covers rather soiled and with edgewear along the spine, mount size: 245 x 345 mm. Later endpapers, most likely because this copy has been recased. The endpapers match the original ones in colour and tone. A title page, followed by the plates with the descriptive letterpress. The plates overall very clean and occasionally some very light foxing on the mounts. All 60 plates protected with tissue guards. Lacking the list of illustrations and one leaf (= two textpages), accompanying one plate. A few of the textpages browned, however, without affecting the legibility. Volume II bound in gilt lined morocco over brown cloth with a gilt ornament in the centre of front - and back board with marbled endpapers, mount size: 258 x 385 mm. The spine richly gilt. All edges gilt of this volume. The extremities a bit rubbed and some foxing on the mounts. Half title only as usual, followed by the list of plates and the plates with the descriptive letterpress. The 52 plates in this volume are not protected with tissue guards. Volume II contains 2 of the 3 known Fizeau plates, viz. the plate of "L'Hotel-de-Ville de Paris" and the plate "Maison Élevée Rue St. Georges". The latter plate is missing in most copies, while the third plate "Bas-relief au Portail Nord de Notre-Dame" is missing in our copy. Each plate is accompanied by 2 - 4 pages of letterpress, written by various experts on the subject shown in the respective plate. The plates in Volume II are not fully in accordance with the list of plates. Missing is the Fizeau plate "Un Bas-relief de Notre-Dame", while there are two extra plates; "Pont de Nemours" and the rare Fizeau Plate "Maison Élevée Rue St. Georges", resulting in a total of 52 plates instead of 51. For the complete collation, extra details and additional pictures please have a look at our website. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Traité sur l'art de restaurer les Difformités de la Face, selon la méthode par déplacement, ou méthode francaise. Text und Atlas.

      Montpellier, Louis Castel, 1842, 8 und 4, XIV, 468, (2) pp., 2 Bl., 30 doppelseitige Tafeln Textband mit eingebundener orig. Broschur, 2 Halbledereinbände. First Edition. The first systematic textbook and atlas of plastic surgery of the face, and the second general work on plastic surgery published in France.Labat (1832) and Blandin (1836) produced the first treatise on plastic surgery in France, followed in 1842 by Serre. The double - page plates are pre- and post - operative portraits, with insets of operative techniques.Serre was the chief exponent of the "sliding" or "French" method, which he applied in his textbook in various facial operations. The method was intended originally for eyelid reconstruction, but was applied to replacing other parts "on the flat."Michel Serre (1799.1848) was the student and successor of Jacques Mathieu Delpech (1777-1832) who performed the first rhinoplasty in France in 1823 (see G-M 5741.1) and pioneered in the correction of congenital facial deformities. Delpech, however, wrote no separate work on plastic surgery. Serre's textbook incorporates his teachings. Zeis gives Serre credit for some new additions to plastic surgery, and points out that his first plate shows implantation of skin from the palm of the hand to reconstruct the columella. This is acknowledged despite the conflicts between German and French surgeons over priority in the new field. Zeis, of course, was a great partisan of the Germans, and claimed that Dieffenbach had originated the so-called "French" method which Serre promoted (ibid. 102-03). Serre, while not claiming that he invented it, argues in his historical account that the method originated in France. Exceptionally rare on the market in any condition.Recens.: Zeis in Schm. Jahrb. xlvii (1845), p.131 Gz. méd. de Par., x (1842), p.653 Brit. and for. med. Rev. xix (1845), p.396.Gnudi & Webster 324. Dulieu, (Ed.), La Médecine à Montpellier (1990) pp.197-98 Zeis 587, 1090, 1154, 1398,1509 Zeis Index (Patterson) 643 (very detailed review), 1177, 1241, 1479, 2064, and pp.108-109.

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        The Art of Angling, and complete sytem of fly making, and dying of colours.

      

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        The History Of Rome (Fourth Edition, 3 Volumes) And The History Of Rome From The First Punic War To The Death Of Constantine (2 Volumes), And Lectures On The History Of Rome, From The Earliest Times To The Commencement Of The First Punic War (1848) [Six Volumes In Matching Full Calf]

      London : Taylor And Walton 1842, 1844, 1847, 1848, 1842. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Full Calf. Very Good. Complete English Language Edition In Six Thick Volumes Of The Lectures On Greek And Roman History By Barthold Georg Niebuhr (1776 - 1831). A Uniform Set In Full Tan Calf, Five Bands, Morocco Spine Labels, Elaborate Gilt Tooling To Spines, Gilt Ruled Borders And Devices On Covers, Brightly Marbled Endpapers, And Matching Marbled Page Edges. Front Board Of Volume Vi Detached. Gilt Bright, Spines Darkened, Some Rubbing, Small Frays At Tips. Bookplates Of Charles Henry Turner, Bishop Of Islington, And Thomas Turner. Niebuhr, A Danish-German Statesman And Historian, Became Germany's Leading Historian Of Ancient Rome And A Founding Father Of Modern Scholarly Historiography. Classical Rome (Rather Than Greece) Caught The Admiration Of German Thinkers. By 1810 Niebuhr Was Inspiring German Patriotism In Students At The University Of Berlin By His Analysis Of Roman Economics And Government. Historians Generally View Niebuhr As A Leader Of The Romantic Era And Symbol Of German National Spirit That Emerged After The Defeat At Jena. But He Was Also Deeply Rooted In The Classical Spirit Of The Age Of Enlightenment In His Intellectual Presuppositions, His Use Of Philologic Analysis, And His Emphasis On Both General And Particular Phenomena In History. He Was Born In Copenhagen, The Son Of Carsten Niebuhr, A Prominent German Geographer Resident In The City. His Father Provided His Early Education.The Precocious Young Niebuhr By 1794 Was Already An Accomplished Classical Scholar And Who Read Several Languages. That Year He Entered The University Of Kiel, Where He Studied Law And Philosophy. In 1796, He Left Kiel To Become Private Secretary To The Danish Finance Minister, Count Schimmelmann. But In 1798 He Gave Up This Appointment And Traveled In Great Britain, Spending A Year At Edinburgh Studying Agriculture And Physics. Of His Stay In Great Britain, He Said "My Early Residence In England Gave Me One Important Key To Roman History. It Is Necessary To Know Civil Life By Personal Observation In Order To Understand Such States As Those Of Antiquity. I Never Could Have Understood A Number Of Things In The History Of Rome Without Having Observed England."Niebuhr's Roman History Counts Among Epoch-Making Histories Both As Marking An Era In The Study Of Its Special Subject And For Its Momentous Influence On The General Conception Of History. Leonhard Schmitz Said: "The Main Results Arrived At By The Inquiries Of Niebuhr, Such As His Views Of The Ancient Population Of Rome, The Origin Of The Plebs, The Relation Between The Patricians And Plebeians, The Real Nature Of The Ager Publicus, And Many Other Points Of Interest, Have Been Acknowledged By All His Successors." Other Alleged Discoveries, Such As The Construction Of Early Roman History Out Of Still Earlier Ballads, Have Not Been Equally Fortunate; But If Every Positive Conclusion Of Niebuhr's Had Been Refuted, His Claim To Be Considered The First Who Dealt With The Ancient History Of Rome In A Scientific Spirit Would Remain Unimpaired, And The New Principles Introduced By Him Into Historical Research Would Lose Nothing Of Their Importance. He Suggested, Though He Did Not Elaborate, The Theory Of The Myth, So Potent An Instrument For Good And Ill In Modern Historical Criticism. He Brought In Inference To Supply The Place Of Discredited Tradition, And Showed The Possibility Of Writing History In The Absence Of Original Records. By His Theory Of The Disputes Between The Patricians And Plebeians Arising From Original Differences Of Race He Drew Attention To The Immense Importance Of Ethnological Distinctions, And Contributed To The Revival Of These Divergences As Factors In Modern History. More Than All, Perhaps, Since His Conception Of Ancient Roman Story Made Laws And Manners Of More Account Than Shadowy Lawgivers, He Undesignedly Influenced History By Further Popularizing That Conception Of It Which Lays Stress On Institutions, Tendencies And Social Traits.

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        Autograph receipt signed ("A. Diabelli").

      Vienna, 5. XI. 1842. - Folio. ½ p. "Receipt for fl. 45 C.M. (forty-five guilders convention coinage) which I have received in cash for a manuscript by Mich. Haydn (first mass) from the Imperial and Royal Court Library" (transl.). Diabelli had studied composition under Michael Haydn in Salzburg. The "Missa in honorem Sanctissimae Trinitatis [D-Dur] à 5 Voci: 2 Sop., Alto, Ten. è Basso conc., 2 Violini, Viola, 2 Clarini, [Violoncello], Tympano con Organo" (MH 1), composed in 1754 by the 17-year-old Haydn, was acquired by the Court Library in 1842; its successor, the Austrian National Libraray, still preserves the 80-page manuscript, shelfmarked Mus.Hs.15589 Mus. - Old registration marks. Folded horizontally; slight duststaining to margins.

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