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        George Cruikshank's Omnibus

      London: Tilt and Bogue, 1842. First. hardcover. very good(-). Cruikshank, George. Edited by Laman Blanchard, Esq. Illustrated with 100 engravings on steel and wood. 300 pages, 8vo, ornate gilt-stamped green cloth (expertly re-cased; inner hinges repaired; previous owner's bookplate on a preliminary blank page). London: Tilt and Bogue, 1842. First edition. Very good(-) condition. Inscribed on the half-title page: "To T L Greenwood with the compliments of Geo Cruikshank Apr. 13th 1842." There is also a one-page, handwritten note pasted to the front free endpaper, in full: "My Dear Sir, Mr. Ainsworth has the M S. - I shall see him in a day or two and will then communicate with you - I beg your acceptance of an 'omnibus' and remain yours sincerely, George Cruikshank.

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        Correspondence of John, Fourth Duke of Bedford (First Edition, Three Volume Set)

      Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1842. 1st Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. Russell, Lord John. 'Correspondence of John, Fourth Duke of Bedford.' Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1842. 'Selected from the Originals at Woburn Abbey. With an Introduction.' Collection of correspondence and writings from 18th century British statesman John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford KG, PC, FRS. First Edition, Three Volume Set. All bound in full calf leather. Marble end pages and page edges. Gilt tooling on leather. Square and tightly bound. Minor rubbing and bumping. Interior looks clean with occasional browning. Previous owner book plate on front pastedown. Very Good condition copy of this scarce set.

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      1842 - Toulouse, Typographie de J.-B. Paya, sans date [1842]. Petit in-folio (238 X 312) demi-chagrin noir, dos lisse orné d'un grand décor de rocailles dorées, frises, dentelles et roulettes dorées, titre doré, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque) ; VIII feuillets de faux-titre et titre, préface ; 256 pages et 61 planches hors-texte sous serpentes. Ex-libris collé sur le premier contreplat : «Bibliothèque du château de Viella ». Coupes frottées avec manques de papier, épidermures sur les plats. ÉDITION ORIGINALE, peu courante, du plus beau livre illustré au XIXe sur Toulouse, avec le Mazzoli. Exemplaire contenant 60 LITHOGRAPHIES hors-texte sous serpente. La table annonce 52 gravures, mais leur nombre peut varier considérablement selon les exemplaires : d'une trentaine de gravures pour certains, jusqu?à une soixantaine pour les plus fournis, ce qui est le cas pour celui-ci. Ouvrage enrichi de deux ENVOIS AUTOGRAPHES signés sur le faux-titre : «Offert par les auteurs, hommage de M. l'abbé Abeillon de Grenade Saint-Bernard. C. Paul [&] J.M. Cayla », et «A mon généreux ami, M. Raymond Lacave Laplagne. L'abbé JH. Abeillon sur Grenade St Bernard ». Raymond LACAVE-LAPLAGNE (Montesquiou, 1786-1857) était homme de loi, président de la Cour de Cassation, pair de France, sénateur et grand officier de la légion d'honneur. Il fut exécuteur testamentaire de Louis-Philippe Ier. Il prit le nom de Baron Lacave La Plagne Barris en 1825. Le château de Viella, dans le Gers, fut acheté par un certain Gustave Lacave La Plagne en 1921. Curieusement, cet ouvrage de Cayla manque à la "Bibliographie de l'histoire municipale de Toulouse" de Limouzin-Lamothe, qui n'en fait pas état. (HERMET, 15772). BEL EXEMPLAIRE, bien relié, au dos décoratif, et au corps d'ouvrage frais. PLEASANT COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Journey in the Northern Island of New Zealand: Interspersed with various information relative to the country and people

      Hobart Town: Printed by W. Pratt. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1842. First Edition. Hardcover. 206 pages. Rebound in half-calf binding and marbled boards. Ex-Library (Fitzroy Public Library). Library rubber stamps. Some foxing. Owner's signature of John William Hadden. Page dimensions: 173 x 108mm. [Reference: Bagnall 5770: "[. . .] happiest in his clear description of simply what he saw: Kerikeri, Waimate, Mangungu, Hokianga, Kaihu, Kaipara, Thames, Waikato, Rotorua and Ohenemutu [. . .] a work of present day rarity and textual value". ; Ex-Library; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .

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        The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakspere

      London - Charles Knight and Co., 1842 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce complete set of The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakspere edited by Charles Knight. Highly illustrated with illustrated titles and those integrated with text throughout all the volumes. In eight volumes complete. Containing:Histories Volume I and II;Tragedies Volume I and II and Poems; Comedies Volume I and II; Biography and supplemental volume Doubtful Plays Etc. With advertisement to front of Histories Volume I dated 1839. An Essay on The three Parts of King Henry VI and King Richard III with Reference to the Opinion that the Three Parts of King Henry VI were not written Originally by Shakspeare to front of Histories Volume II. With an introductory notice to each play. William Shakspeare; A Biography by Charles Knight is dated 1843 to illustrated title. Charles Knight (1791 - 1873) was an English publisher, editor and author. Besides many illustrated editions of standard works, including in 1842 an edition of the works of William Shakespeare entitled The Pictorial Shakspere, which had appeared in parts (1838 - 1841). Knight also published a variety of illustrated works, such as Old England and The Land we Live in and The Pictorial Gallery of Arts - Useful Arts, the latter based on the Great Exhibition of 1851. He also undertook the series known as Weekly Volumes, himself contributing the first volume, a biography of William Caxton. Many famous books, Harriet Martineau's Tales, Anna Brownell Jameson's Early Italian Painters and G. H. Lewes's Biographical History of Philosophy, appeared for the first time in this series. In 1853 Knight became editor of The English Cyclopaedia, essentially a revision of The Penny Cyclopaedia. Knight also launched the Local Government Chronicle in 1855, and at about the same time he began his Popular History of England. Condition: In a half crushed morocco binding. Externally, in excellent condition with only minor wear to extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Bright and generally clean with only slight occasional spots and handling marks. With the very odd slight closed tear. Slight evidence of past worming to one volume. Overall: NEAR FINE but for slight worming..

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        English Botany, or, Coloured Figures of British Plants, with Their Essential Characters, Synonyms, and Places of Growth. 12 volume set

      G+ : in Good condition plus. Library binding. Ex.-lib with minimal marking. Some columnar pencil ticks to text. One plate loose in Vol XII otherwise contents firm. Some foxing to some of the plates in three of the volumes but overall plates bright and VG Third Edition [Vols I - 7] and Second Edition [Vols 8-12] Red/gilt hardback cloth cover 260mm x 170mm (10" x 7"). 1428pp + plates. 2580 hand coloured plates. Volumes published between 1842 and 1854. Volumes I -VII, [3rd Edition] published by J E Sowerby and Volumes VIII - XII [2nd Edition] published by Judith Sowerby.

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        Fables de Florian

      Paris - J. J. Dubochet et Cie., 1842 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A beautifully illustrated collection of the fables of Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian. In French. Illustrated throughout by J. J. Grandville Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian (March 6, 1755 chteau of Florian, near Sauve, Gard September 13, 1794, Sceaux) was a French poet and romance writer. Among the best of his fables are reckoned The Monkey showing the Magic Lantern, The Blind Man and the Paralytic, and The Monkeys and the Leopard. Condition: In a red calf binding. Externally, smart, though with some marks and some rubbing to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Bookplate to front pastedown. Ink inscription to front free-endpaper. Pages are bright, though with some foxing. Overall: GOOD..

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        On the Chemical Discrimination of Vesical Calculi. With an Appendix Containing Practical Directions for the Recognition of Calculi

      London J Churchill 1842. G : in Good condition. Cover and joint rubbed. Plates bright. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons with minimal marking First Edition Brown hardback cloth cover 210mm x 120mm (8" x 5"). xxiii, 177pp. 24 coloured plates containing 50 figures. Translated from the Latin.

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        Sc?nes de la vie privee et publique des animaux.

      Subject: (Illustrato). Paris, Hetzel et Paulin, 1842. due vol. in-8 grande, ril. editorialmente in m.pelle rossa con fregi dorati ai dorsi, tagli dorati, pp. (6)-386-(6) + (2)-390-(6) due antip. inc. e 199 inc. n.t. oltre a 120 ill. n.t. 1a edizione.

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        New Zealand Government Gazette. Vol. II, Nos. 1-53. [Complete volume for the year 1842]

      Auckland: John Moore / Office of the Government Press. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1842. First Edition. Hardcover. Moderate rubbing to boards. Loss of paper along edges of boards. A 2" split to the leather at the head of the front joint. Some abrasions to lettering piece on the spine. ; Very scarce. Primary source for New Zealand history in the early colonial period. Complete year for 1842. Volume II, Numbers 1 to 53 plus Supplements. January 5, 1842 through to December 28, 1842. Early half leather binding with marbled papered boards. Page dimensions: 307 x 192mm. Earliest issues printed by John Moore. Issues towards the end of the year printed at the Office of the Government Press. Includes the "Government Gazette Extraordinary" (Number 37), for the funeral of Governor Hobson, which has a small wood engraved illustration of a coffin, and shows the Order of the Procession. 364, 4 (January 5 Supplement with separate pagination) pages + 8 page Index. Pages 204 through to 223 are misnumbered as 104-123. Includes Notices to Mariners; William Wakefield; the New Zealand Company; Governor Hobson; Land Claims; Suburban and Town Allotments; Harbour Regulations; and sundry other notices. Provenance: This book is from the outstanding collection of the collector Arthur Thomas Pycroft (1875-1971), which was recently sold at auction in Auckland, New Zealand (2011). ; Folio .

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        Udvalg af Gamle Danske Domme afsagte paa Kongens Retterting og paa Landsting. Udgivet med oplysende Anmærkninger.

      - 4 bind i 2. E.C. Löser, København 1842-48. 4°. Indbundet i 2 nyere elegante brune halvlæderbind med rig rygforgyldning i Christian VIII-stil. * Smukt trykt udvalg af danske domme, afsagt i perioden fra c. 1450 til 1596.

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        Duchi di Savoja. Parte VIII

      Subject: (Araldica - Savoia). Torino, Luciano Basadonna Editore, 1842, cartella originale azzurra, in-folio (Fascicolo 92) tre doppi fogli di testo (X, XII, XIII) e dieci tavole incise (sei di monete/medaglie e due acquatinte : "Avanzi del Castello d'Avigliana nel marchesato di Susa" e "Castello dell'antica porta Fibellona di Torino (oggi Palazzo Madama)" - Monumento a Carlo Felice a Bonneville con pianta.

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        Elenco degli uccelli che trovansi nell'Isola di Sardegna od ornitologia sarda.

      Subject: (Ornitologia). Torino, presso i Fratelli Reycend, 1842. 8vo tutta tela (canapa) con tassello al dorso, pp. XII-207. (Ceresoli, 131: "Edizione originale, assai rara")

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        Kent's Anthems; Twelve Anthems Composed by James Kent, Organist of the Cathedral and College at Winchester (with) A Morning & Evening Service with Eight Anthems, Composed by the Late James Kent, Organist...; 2 Vols

      London: William Randall. 1842. First printing. Hardcover. Good +. Two volumes. Folios, leather-backed boards with "Lady Feilding" in gilt on leather on front panels, clean unmarked texts, Good+ copies, some wear to the covers with loss to the paper on the boards, rubbing/loss to the leather on the covers, soil/discoloration to the covers, minor erasable pencil-notes to the front pastedowns, off-setting/discoloration to some pages of the texts, also some damp-staining to the bottom half of some pages of both volumes. Rare books. Digital images available upon request.

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        CARTA DELL'ITALIA IN QUINDICI FOGLI, RICAVATA DALLE MIGLIORI MAPPE FINORA PUBBLICATE. Nella proporzione di 1 a 600.000 per servire di corredo alla corografia dei diversi Stati della Penisola.

      Grande carta geografica dell'Italia di cm. 180x230, incorniciata. La carta, suddivisa in 15 grandi tavole inc. in rame, ciascuna di cm. 60x45 circa, comprende anche le isole di Corsica, Sardegna, Sicilia, Malta e le coste dell'Istria della Dalmazia. Incisa da V. Stanghi e G. Maina, titolo ornato in alto a destra (tav. n. 3) e il "Quadrato d'insieme" in basso a sinistra (tav. n. 13); una ricca bordura perimetrale racchiude l'intera carta ai quattro lati. Molto ben conservata.

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        Carta moderna dell'Isola di Sicilia e delle Isole minori circonvicine.

      Tratta dall'atlante "Atlante geografico, fisico - storico, corografico dell'Italia", Firenze, 1842 - 1845. Disegnata da G. Pozzi e incisa da V. Maina e da G. Stanghi, incisione in rame ripiegata a doppia pagina, b/n (confini in colore d'epoca), cm 60,5 x 75,5 (alla lastra) più margini bianchi. La carta appartiene al Regno delle due Sicilie. Nella carta sono presenti il gruppo delle Isole Eolie e delle Lipari, Pantelleria, Malta e Gozo (in riquadro); entro riquadro, il prospetto delle ?Divisioni Politiche della Sicilia?. Esemplare a pieni margini in assai buono stato di conservazione.

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        A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Scalp

      London John Churchill 1842. G : in Good condition. Cover and spine rubbed and scuffed. Browning to prelims. Plates bright. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons First Edition Half leather marbled board cover 230mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xxxiv, 192pp + plates. 6 double page lithographed coloured plates.

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        Tyrol. Histoire et description de Trente et Inspruck.

      Subject: (Tirolo - Trentino). Paris, 1842, 4to bella leg. in pelle marron con angoli rinf. pp. 176 con 9 tav. in acciaio f.t. Esemplare in 'grand-papier sur velin'. Bellissima copia esente del tutto dalle 'usuali' arrossature.

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        Voyage en Italie.

      Subject: (Viaggi). Paris, Ernest Bourdin, (1842) 8vo leg. mezza pelle con titoli e fregi al dorso, pp. 412 con una bella inc. xil. al front. ed altra (di Bologna) in fine e con un ritr. in antiporta + 13 tav. litogr. f.t. Usuali arrossature della carta.

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        The Parterre: Or, Beauties of Flora

      London: Tilt and Bogue, 1842. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Unpag. Folio. Green cloth-covered boards have light wear and scuffing from age. Gold embossed titling to cover, rear board, and spine still bright. Small losses at head and foot of spine. Edges gilded. Twelve (12) vibrant hand-colored plates. A stunning work of floral illustration paired with verse relating to each illustration. The Fuschia plate (Plate V, page 10) is loose but laid in at proper place in volume; chipping and losses at the edges of the plate, illustration clean and intact.

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        Speeches of Lord Campbell, at The Bar as Lord Chancellor of Ireland.

      1842 1842 - Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1842. 8vo. Contemp. full polished calf bound by F. Bedford (spine skilfully rebacked). Spine extra gilt with raised bands and morocco titling-label. Marbled endpapers. (viii, 520pp.). A fine handsome copy inscribed on front blank fly-leaf: 'Edward Durnford, with the best wishes of his sincere friend Charles Brooke. On his leaving Eton-Election-1862'.

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        Mejoras de los actuales molinos de aceite y método nuevo de extraerlo con aumento de el y disminucion grande de costos.

      F. Moreno,, Baeza: 1842 - Portada, una hoja, 350 páginas, hoja de erratas y dos láminas litográficas. Encuadernación original en holandesa piel y puntas, puntas algo rozadas. En el verso de la portada figura la firma autógrafa del autor. Palau 205341. A. Guerrero Fúster, Bibliografía etnográfica sobre aceite y almazaras, Revista Murciana de Antropología, 2001. Braulio Antón Ramírez, Diccionario de bibliografía agronómica, Madrid, 1869. Muy buen ejemplar, ilustrado con dos litografías tempranísimas para la imprenta en Baeza. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Regal and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of England

      1842 - Book in very good condition, marbled boards, tight binding, leather spine and corner tips, some scuffing to the marbles boards. Content: The Regal and ecclesiastical antiquities of England containing the represnetations of all the English monarchs, from Edward The Confessor to Henry The Eighth and of many persons thaty were eminent under their several reigns; on 60 copper plates, engraved by the author: with a supplement containing 12 plates the carefully collected from ancient illuminated manuscripts. 12 1/2 x 10. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tre fruar i Småland.

      Roman af författaren till Törnrosens bok. I-III. Jönköping, J. P. Lundström, 1842-43. 8:o. (4),VII,(1 blank),192 + (4),204 + (4),282,(1) s. Fint obetydligt nött samtida grönt halvsaffianbd med guldornerad rygg och grönstänkta snitt. Några minimala småfläckar på ryggen. En liten bläckfläck i texten på s. 70 i del I, några tuschstreck på s. 83 i del II och en smärre solkfläck på s. 22. Sista delen har en del störande spegeltryck. Med P. E. Bergfalks och Herman Rydins namnteckningar, den senare daterad 1890. Boken har enligt en handskriven notering från 1930 tillhört Ebba och Anton Blanck.. Almquistiana 235. Två översättningar gjordes till tyska 1843-44 respektive 1845. Uppsalaprofessorn Pehr Erik Bergfalk (1798-1890) var jurist och ekonom samt elev och vän till E. G. Geijer och juristen och politikern Herman Rydin. Denne hade en son med samma namn som 1907 blev utnämnd till generaldirektör och chef för Telegrafstyrelsen. Hans dotter Ebba var gift med professorn i litteraturhistoria Anton Blanck

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        Kay's Portraits: A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings. 2 volumes

      Edinburgh: Hugh Paton. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed and bumped with corner and edge wear. Split to external joint of volume I but boards holding. Marbled endpapers. Inner hinges reinforced. Occasional light foxing and marking within. 331 plates present. One folding plate with tape repair to rear. 1842. Reprint. Full leather covers. 429pp, ix, 468pp xi, + 331 plates :: 331 b/w hand-pressed plates, some folding :: 250mm x 260mm (10" x 10") :: Early edition without additional plates .

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        Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney

      Sydney,: J.S. Prout,, 1842.. Tinted lithograph, page size approx 285 x 415 mm; slight browning, well clear of the image. John Skinner Prout was "the first itinerant painter in the colonies whose work ceases to be dominated by the requirements of topographical accuracy" (Smith, European Vision in the South Pacific). He arrived in the colony in 1841 and began lecturing at the Sydney Mechanics School of Arts and sketching around Sydney. The fruits of his labours - fourteen views of Sydney - were published in four parts as Sydney Illustrated, with text by John Rae.

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        Our Mess. Jack Hinton, The Guardsman

      Dublin: William Curry, Jun. and Co.,, 1842–3. Edited by Harry Lorrequer. Illustrated by Phiz. 13 numbers in 12 monthly parts. Original pink wrappers printed in black. Housed in a red cloth folding case and chemise. 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. Wrappers rubbed, dulled, and partially faded, wear to spine ends, contents tanned, plates browned. A very good set. 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.

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        [Alken, Henry] The Life of a Sportsman by Nimrod

      London: Rudolph Ackermann, 1842. First edition, first issue. Tall 8vo. Bound in sumptuous 19th century full crushed scarlet morocco with gilt paneled and gilt floral corners, richly gilt floral spine, gilt design carried onto dentelles; expertly and unobtrusively rebacked. 36 hand-colored plates (including frontispiece and additional vignette on title). All plates clean and tight. First issue with four mounted plates with titles beneath (Tooley 65). Considered by many to be the premier colored sporting book in the 19th century, and a lovely pairing with this tasteful and attractive binding. Fine.

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        American Notes for General Circulation.

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1842 - 2 volumes, octavo. Original purple cloth decorated with blind-stamped arabesques, titles gilt to spine, yellow endpapers. Fading to spine and around board edges, joints, ends and corners rubbed, the rear hinge of volume two just starting but holding fine, mild spotting to some end leaves but internally quite clean; a very good copy. First edition in the primary binding, first issue, with 'xvi' paginated in volume I. This copy has the often lacking advertisement leaf preceding the half title in volume I and 6pp. of advertisements at the end of volume II. "Not one of Dickens' books was the subject of so much adverse criticism as the book he wrote after his return from America in 1842" (Eckel). Although complimentary of America in many ways, Dickens antagonised a large portion of his readership by his criticisms of the penal system, the lack of copyright and subsequent pirating of English works, and the entire system of slavery. This copy has the bookplates of noted collector Will Self, who may have been attracted by the contemporary ownership inscription of a "John Shelley", who it is tempting to think might have been John Shelley (1808-1866) of Avington House, the younger brother of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. Smith II 3; Eckel pp.108-09. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Südöstliche Ansicht der Münster-Kirche zu Hailsbronn." Blick auf die Pfarrkirche (ehem. Zisterzienserklosterkirche) von Südosten

      Lithographie mit Tonplatte aus Stillfried-Rattonitz: "Alterthümer ... des erlauchten Hauses Hohenzollern." 1842. 27.5x34 cm. - Eine der Ansichten, die sich von dieser wenig dargestellten Stadt finden.

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        Bradshaw's Railway Companion

      Bradshaw and Blacklock, 27 Brown Street, London 1842 - 1842 ed. of Bradshaw's Railway Companion "Containing the times of departure, fares, &c. of the Railways in England and also Hackney Carriage fares, from the principal Railway stations. Illustrated with maps of the country through which the railways pass, and plans of London, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester. Price one shilling." One of the joys of these timetables is the absolute clarity of the tiny print. Fine brown cloth-covered card, with gold and green label to front. 2 ink spots to front. Front yellow eps have a neat repair to guttering and text block is still firmly bound. (The guttering having split is probably due to there being frequent pasted in inserts as time-tables changed, thickening the text block.) Front fold-out map of London East & West has 4 railways lines entering the city, hand-marked in red ink. Opposite page 22 is fold-out fine India paper linear map showing height and distance of the railway lines, with two or three light brown marks to edge. Following page 31 are hand-coloured country maps, and final fold-out map is of England and Wales, with existing and in-progress lines hand-marked in red and yellow ink. Also listed are canal, cab, coach and fly fares for the various cities and an advertisement for steam boat connections between Liverpool and Carlisle. No tears. The plan of Liverpool City has two brown stains to opposing top edges. Several pastings of contemporary up-dates to timetables etc. An 1843 edition of the above is also currently available. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chart of Part of the N.W. Coast of Australia by Phillip P. King

      London,: Admiralty Hydrographic Office, after, 1842.. Engraved map measuring 589 x 880 mm., a fine copy backed on linen. Striking Admiralty chart prepared by Captain Phillip Parker King from his survey voyages of 1818-22 and revised with information from the Beagle survey of northern Australian waters during 1837-42.This map covers the vast coastline from Cape Ford to the LacepÈdË Islands and is from a series of eight charts mapping the northern and west coasts of Australia. It is a lasting testament King's commitment to completing the mapping of the Australian continent, and so completing the work of Cook and Flinders.First published in June 1825, this chart was prepared by King from the results of his four expeditions to chart to northernmost coast of Australia between 1818 and 1822 as commander of the Mermaid and Bathurst. The first expedition sailed in December 1817 carrying the botanist Allan Cunningham and surveyor John Septimus Roe. Two further voyages in the Mermaid ensued in the following years, culminating in that of the Bathurst during 1821-22. In addition to the invaluable mapping of these remote and treacherous waters, King's expedition yielded a bounty of information on the natural history and Aboriginal tribes of the region.This edition of King's chart is revised with additions from the Beagle surveys of northern Australian waters during 1837-42, commanded first by John Clements Wickham and later by John Lort Stokes. Both men served under King aboard the Beagle during the South American surveys of 1827 to 1830, and later accompanied Robert FitzRoy and Charles Darwin on their famous voyage of discovery 1833-36.Detailed and finely engraved, the chart is the work of John Walker and his likewise named son, engravers to the Admiralty (John Walker senior was long favoured by Dalrymple on account of the finesse of his work). It bears the stamp of "D. Wald Admiralty Agent Port Adelaide.".British Map Engravers , p.692; Ritchie 'The Admiralty Chart', pp.173-74; Tooley, 805 (first edition).

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        Die organische Chemie in ihrer Anwendung auf Physiologie und Pathologie.

      Verlag Friedrich Vieweg u. Sohn, Braunschweig 1842 - 8vo (207x132 mm). xvi, [2], 342, [2] pp. including half title. Contemporary cardboard with handwritten paper label; interior foxed throughout, half title with chipping to fore-edge. ---- Garrison-Morton 677; PMM 310b; Waller 5796; Wellcome III, p. 515; Norman 1351; Sparrow 133. - FIRST EDITION. "With this book Liebig introduced the concept of metabolism into physiology" (Garrison-Morton). Liebig envisioned his book, titled Die Thierchemie in later editions, as a complement to his researches into the chemistry of plants. In it he showed, "like Lavoisier, that animal heat is not innate, but the result of combustion, introduced the concept of metabolism (Stoffwechsel); and classified animal foodstuffs as fats, carbohydrates and proteins according to their function. He thus became the founder of the modern science of nutrition" (PMM). The work aroused "sharply divergent reactions. Even those who reacted against it, however, began to view the chemical phenomena of life differently than they had before, for Liebig had provided one of the first comprehensive pictures of the overall meaning of the ceaseless chemical exchanges which form an integral part of the vital processes. As with his agricultural chemistry, Liebig's physiological writings provided an impetus which outlasted the refutation of some of his specific theories" (DSB). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Abbildung und Beschreibung der Schmetterlinge Schlesiens in systematischer Ordnung. Erster Theil. Falter oder Tagschmetterlinge, Zweiter Theil. Schwärmer oder Dämmerungsschmetterlinge (Sphinges). [Nachtrag] Die Schlesischen Tagfalter nach den neuen Beobachtungen zusammegestellt und beschrieben von Dr. Reinhold Döring

      Breslau, U. Neustadt, 1842, A. Assmann, 1845. Three parts in one. 4to. I: viii, 82 pp., 42 plates; II: viii, 48 pp., 26 plates for a total of 68 hand-coloured lithographed plates; Nachtrag: 16 pp. Contemporary half cloth over marbled boards, gilt title and lines on spine.* Very rare lepidopterological publication. An additional part with only nine plates was published in 1851. All parts are rare. Four pages in very good photostat on matching paper in lieu of four missing because the four preceding pages are double. The text is locally rather foxed due to the quality of the paper, but the plates are fine. A vague waterstain in a corner of the title. Added is a 16 pp. "Nachtrag" by R. Döring, "Die schlesischen Tagfalter". Not in Hagen. Horn-Schenkling, 12237; Nissen ZBI, 2967.

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        CANADIAN SCENERY Illustrated From Drawings By W. H. Bartlett- 2 Volumes in 1

      26, Ivy Lane, London-UK: George Virtue, 1842. CANADIAN SCENERY Illustrated From Drawings By W. H. Bartlett- 2 Volumes in 1- Text by N. P. Willis- Illustrated Engravings From Drawings by W. H. Bartlett- George Virtue- 26, Ivy Lane, London-UK- 1842 on Title pages for Volumes 1 and 2. Extra engraved title page in Vol.1 dated 1840 as per 1st Printing, Extra engraved title in Vol. 2- 1842.- 1st Edition-1st Printing- Hardcover:-4to- G-VG/ no jacket as issued.- Original full leather, gilt embossed binding, 5 raised bands on spine, 5 flowery gilt decorated panels and maroon leather panel with gilt title. Rubbed at extremities with hairline at spine edge, but clean, square and tight.-Vol. 1- blank, engraved title [Wigwam in the Forest] 1840, title page 1842, plate listing, map, 1-128. Vol. 2- blank, frontis [Montreal From the Mountains] engraved title page [The horse shoe falls- From the Canadian Side] 1842, title page 1842, list of engravings, 1-116. Complete. No tears, no writing, 2 library stamps, no pockets, 127 and 115 gorgeous engravings, all tissue guarded. Very minimal foxing. Plates are gorgeous, all edges gilt.- marbled endpapers, clear re-enforced. PO gift donation on 1st tissue guard- Andrew Zabriskie- SEE PHOTOS- "Bartlett's Canadian Scenery is considered to be his finest production. Although a variety of engravers were employed, including Wallis and Cousen, the quality of the plates is consistently high. The prose text by Willis relates the history and current conditions of Upper and Lower Canada and the Eastern Provinces about 1839-40. ref: Sabin 3786; Non-fiction-travel-Canada-vintage-illustrated (3706) Overseas orders have higher cost due to size and weight of volume. Please inquire. . 1st Edition-1st Printing. Leather. VG/No Jacket as Issued. Illus. by W. H. Bartlett. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Ex-Library.

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        Windsor Castle. Extracted from "Ainsworth's Magazine" Illustrated by George Cruikshank and Tony Johannot.

      London: Extracted from "Ainsworth's Magazine, 1842-3. - Tall 8vo., 232x140mm., pp: vi.305.[1],[12]. Unique copy with title page, preface & illustrations printed for this copy, the title page & illustrations in red & black. 18 plates complete as list with designs on wood by W. Alfred Delamotte. Pages numbered in red 1 - 305 to compensate for the irregular original numbering, a consequence of having been assembled from parts of Ainsworth's Magazine, complete with all illustrations & plates as listed, with the front wrapper from Part 1 bound before the text & at end front wrapper from Part 6 July 1842 with contents & back wrapper with adverts; with the front wrapper for the concluding Part 17 June 1843 being the final part to complete the work with contents & back wrapper with advert for the Western Life Assurance Society. "The letterpress & plates following extracted from Ainsworth's Magazine, constitute the whole of the historical romance of Windsor Castle . as it was first issued, with original plates by Tony Johannot and George Cruikshank, illustrating same. The above tale appeared in a serial form, in the monthly parts of the Magazine, commencing July 1842, and concluding June 1843." (Preface). The first edition in book form appeared in 1843 in 3 volumes. Oval Ex-Libris label with initials to front pastedown (not identified) with stamp of 'Gardenside Bookshop' to top corner of verso of front free endpaper, maroon endpapers, bound by Riviere and Son with their small stamp to tail of verso of front free endpaper, bound in half brown crushed morocco, boards double gilt ruled, spine with gilt ruled raised bands lettered direct with gilt floral stamp to spine compartments, a handsome & individual copy in excellent condition. Ainsworth (1805-1882) wrote 39 novels of which Windsor Castle is one of lthe most successful. From 1842 to 1853 he edited Ainsworth's Magazine. He was extremely popular for his swift narrative & vivid scene-setting with enormous sales in the mid-century (See Sadleir No. 32 for his copy in 3 volumes containing 296,300,326pp (Sadleir. XIX Century Fiction). Ainsworth wrote Windsor Castle in 1842 while he was publishing The Miser's Daughter. During this time, he was constantly working in order to publish the novel by April, and Ainsworth only stopped when his mother, Ann Ainsworth, died on 15 March 1842. It was published in a serialized from in the Ainsworth's Magazine starting Juuly 1842 and ending in June 1843, and George Cruikshank, illustrator of The Miser's Daughter later became illustrator of Windsor Castle. The focus of the novel is on the events surrounding Henry VIII's replacing Catherine of Aragon with Anne Boleyn as his wife. Intertwined with the Court is the story of Herne the Hunter, a spirit of Windsor Forest. Windsor Castle is rooted in the legend of Herne the Hunter. Stories, including those found in Shakespear's Richard II describe the supernatural keeper of Windsor forest. The illustrations for Windsor Castle dominate the text. They were started by Tony Johannot, a French illustrator, After producing four illustrations for the Ainsworth's Magazine, he was replaced by Cruikshank as the illustrator for the rest of the work. In addition to the two illustrators, W. Alfred Delamotte worked on the novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Storia moderna della Sardegna dall'anno 1773 al 1799.

      Coi tipi dei Fratelli Favale,, Torino, 1842 - Due volumi in 8°, (22x14) pagg. XII, 272, (2), 1cb; 262, broschure originale a stampa in perfetto stato. Celebre e ricercato studio del Manno (Alghero 1786-Torino 1868), in cui si narrano approfonditamente le vicende rivoluzionarie dell'isola fino all'arrivo di Carlo Emanuele IV. Documentazione copiosa fornita da archivi regionali e privati. Ottimo stato. Prima edizione. Ciasca 10462. Lozzi 4833.

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      - Madrid, Imprenta de Yenes, 1842, 12x18, 4 vols., retrato grabado + VII + 235 págs. + 1 h. + 4 láminas = 251 págs. + 1 h. + 4 láminas = XI + 263 págs. + 4 láminas = 252 págs. + 2 h. + 4 láminas. Anteportadas de los 4 tomos con grabado en madera. Encuadernados en pasta española con tejuelos, hierros y ruedas doradas en lomera. (En esta tercera edición el autor cambió el título de las dos anteriores, Panorama matritense por el de Escenas matritenses y aumentó en quince escenas la segunda serie. Según Palau es muy difícil de hallar completa). (54148).

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        Annual Report of the Poor Law Commissioners with Appendices [Eighth]. - [The Act for the More Effectual Relief of the Destitute Poor in Ireland]

      London : HMSO And Printed By W. Clowes And Sons, Stamford Street, 1842. 1st Edition. Physical desc. : xii, 396 p. ; 21.5 cm. Subject: Poor laws - Ireland. Public welfare & Colonial Administration - Ireland. Workhouses & Alms - Famine circumstance - Ireland. Scattered, minor marginal fioxing. Near fine copy bound in [near] contemporary gilt-blocked, green buckram. Spine bands and panel edges. Somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; bright, clean and strong.

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        Tre fruar i Småland.

      Roman af författaren till Törnrosens bok. I-III. Jönköping, J. P. Lundström, 1842-43. 8:o. (4),VII,(1 blank),192 + (4),204 + (4),282,(1) s. Nött samtida hfrbd med guldornerad rygg och marmorerade snitt. Ryggen blekt och skadad upptill. Delvis med sprickor i ytterfalsarna. Inlagan med en del bruksspår t.ex. i del I på s. 14-18 och 52, i del II på s. 67-68 och 164 samt i del III på s. 119-20 och 160-62. Några fuktränder i övre marginalen på s. 191-92 i del I. Med Math. Wieselgrens namnteckning.. Almquistiana 235. Två översättningar gjordes till tyska 1843-44 respektive 1845

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        Going to a Fair [Plate I Hunters and hacks]; Going to a Fair [Plate II Cart horses]

      London: Messrs. Fores, 1 December 1842. Aquatint engraving, coloured by hand, by J. Harris. 8 7/8 x 23 3/4 inches approx. 12 3/8 x 26 1/4 inches approx. A very fine pair of prints from "Fores's Road Scenes" series, here showing strings of finely observed horses on their way to a horse fair. Cooper Henderson "was educated at Brighton and then Winchester before studying rather idly for the Bar and enjoying a European tour with his father and elder brother, John. While his father and brother sketched panoramas...Cooper Henderson found, to him, more interesting subjects among the coaches, carriages and postillions 'on the road'. On Christmas Eve, 1929, he was married secretly to Charlotte By (then aged sixteen), the daughter of a Thames lighterman. Disapproving of the marriage, his father gave him a small allowance and told him to leave London. Thrown mainly onto his own resources, Cooper Henderson moved to Bracknell in Berkshire and started to paint for his living. He was quickly successful and his pictures of coaches and coaching are well known, being more accurate and lively than those of his near contemporary, James Pollard. He soon received sufficient commissions to afford to return to London where he was reconciled with his parents" (Charles Lane, British Racing Prints, p.119). Charles Lane, Cooper Henderson and the Open Road, p.101; Siltzer p.137.

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      18. Good. [KAKEMONO] Kawabata GYOKUSHO^, artist. HANGING SCROLL OF MT.FUJI. Appears to have the original mid to late Meiji silk mounting with wooden roller handles. The image size, on silk, is X cm. An abbreviate and somewhat abstract Fuji looms in the distance over a haboku style foreground of gnarled trees on a crag. Gyokusho^ (1842-1913) was an important figure in Tokyo art circles at the turn of the century. He had studied Western painting in his youth under Charles Wirgman, but returned to tradition and became (according to Roberts) "the last great representative of the Shijo^ school." He was talented in more than Shijo^ style, however, as this painting illustrates. Haboku is a most difficult technique, which in Japan goes back to Sesshu^. It is often attempted, but hardly ever successfully. This painting is, in our opinion, successful. With uniform toning of the silk and a faint water spot, else very good. A lovely work.

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        Warrant. In the Colony of the Cape of Good HopeÖ

      Cape Town, South Africa,: 20 August,, 1842.. Printed warrant form, large folio sheet 550 by 430 mm., completed in manuscript, old folds with some slight damage, signed by Sir John Wylde; framed. Very rare printed warrant form, for use in the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope for transportation to New South Wales. This example has been completed in detailed manuscript regarding the transportation of Private Booy Piet, court-martialled for desertion and the theft of his equipment. Piet's sentence was seven years, and it is particularly interesting to note that the printed form has been amended in manuscript to specify that he be sent to Van Diemen's Land rather than New South Wales (transportation to New South Wales was suspended in 1840, although not formally abolished for another decade).Piet came out to Van Diemen's Land on board the Cape Packet, sailing on 10 October 1842 from Cape Town and arriving in Hobart on 24 November. The Cape Packet is linked with the ill-fated Waterloo, a convict transport that was wrecked at Table Bay, Cape Town in late August of the same year (see Bateson, The Convict Ships, pp. 283-90). Of the 220 male convicts that had boarded the Waterloo at Sheerness, an estimated 72 survived. Bateson notes that the Cape Packet took these survivors to Australia, as well as three prisoners sentenced at the Cape to transportation; it can be assumed that Booy Piet would have been one of these.Booy Piet's convict record held in the Archives Office of Tasmania records him as being a laborer who could not read or write, of dark complexion, curly black hair, high cheekbones, broad nose and black eyes and eyebrows. There are two offences with sentences noted before he was released from the first stage probation on 24 January 1845. Also noted is that he died in hospital in Hobart Town, 28 August 1845.The warrant is signed by Sir John Wylde, former deputy judge advocate in Sydney (1816-25), and chief justice of the Cape of Good Hope from 1827 to 1855. Wylde had a controversial career in Australia, criticised by Bigge, avoided by Macquarie, and finally removed by Brisbane, but he was heavily involved in the Australian judicial system at an important period of its history.Archives office Tasmania, Online Record Con37/1/1; Bateson, 'The Convict Ships', p.289.

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        Van Diemens Land

      London: John Arrowsmith, February 15, 1842 [issued 1850]. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour. Mild soiling at centerfold, otherwise excellent. 25 1/4 x 21 1/2 inches. A very fine map of Tasmania, depicting the island during an especially fascinating period in its settlement, by one of the great London mapmakers From the London Atlas, Jan. 1, 1850. Van Diemans Land became Tasmania in 1853, at the same time its last shipment of convicts arrived from England. Abel Tasman (1609? - 1659), a Dutch navigator, discovered the island in 1642 and named it Van Diemans Land. The British had taken possession of the island in 1803. It was used initially as a penal colony but about the time this map was made, rich geological resources had been discovered, including gold, zinc, copper, silver, tin and lead. Arrowsmith's map is characteristically handsome and intriguing, being copied from manuscript surveys. Vast portions of the island remained to be surveyed and continued to be for a very long time thereafter. Tooley,The Printed Maps of Tasmania, 78; Printed Maps of Australia, 119.

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        An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians written in Egypt during the years 1833-35

      Charles Knight, London 1842 - 2 volumes complete, f/o maps, 3rd edn with large additions and improvements which greatly enhance Lane's analysis of contemporary Egypt, 61 and 67 ill, 1/2 leather with wear along spine rims and occasional rubbing to covers else VG, TEG, very limited foxing, xxiv + 472pps, 427pps + extensive index, wide array of subjects: music, magic, public dancers, the bath, serpent charmers, laws, government, domestic life, etc. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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