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2019-05-27 15:13:09
McCULLOCH, John Ramsay.
London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1842. Octavo (207 x 132 mm), 10 pp. Rebound in recent marbled paper boards, black morocco label lettered in gilt to front board. Japanese bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown. Faint offsetting to front endpapers from previously inserted leaf, else a well-preserved, clean copy. First edition, uncommon, of this short but statistically detailed essay on the meat export trade in which McCulloch reassures domestic meat producers that meat imports can have no effect on the home trade. Prices would not be cheaper and, in any case, the meat itself - Holstein beef excepted - was judged to be "universally inferior to that of England; and the continental mutton is hardly eatable". Black 5491; Goldsmiths' 32722; Hollander 2637; Kress C.5869. [Attributes: First Edition]
Libraire: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-27 13:24:23
Dickens, Charles
Chapman and Hall, 1842. First edition, first issue, in two volumes. Bound in red leather with raised bands, titles and decorations to compartments gilt, richly gilt turn-ins, and marbled endpapers. All edges are gilt, and both volumes have painted fore-edges. The paintings are somewhat faded. Negligible foxing, some slight chipping to flyleaves. An excellent set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Libraire: Goldsboro Books ABA, ILAB & BA [London, United Kingdom]
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2019-05-25 16:55:16
ROBERTS, David.
London F. G. Moon -1845, 1842. FIRST EDITION. Three vols, large folio (60 x 42.5 cm.). Volume one with Dedication (one leaf); List of subscribers (two leaves); "Notice of Mr. Roberts's Journey in the East" (one leaf); "The Armorial Ensigns of Jerusalem" (one leaf); "Israel" pp. [1]-30), and "Idumea" one leaf pp.[1-]2. Volume three with one text leaf "Bethlehem" pp.[1-]2, preceding Abbey plate no. 84 "Shrine of the Nativity". Each plate accompanied by a page of descriptive text. In handsome contemporary olive green morocco binding by J. Adlard, with binder's stamp on verso of front free endpaper of first volume: boards with elaborate decorative gilt border; spines gilt decorated and lettered in gilt with five raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A few tiny nicks to binding edges, boards. Some light, mostly marginal foxing or spotting, most pronounced at plates in second volume, occasional areas of soiling or smudging; small, faint dampstain at lower verso corner of one plate in first volume. An exceptionally handsome copy. Tinted lithograph portrait of Roberts by C. Baugniet, on India paper mounted, three tinted lithographed vignette title-pages, and 120 tinted lithographed plates, each with original tissue guards. A very early issue with the plates in proof state: the full page plates are without the printed titles and the half-page plates are each issued on a separate sheet as in the hand-coloured Subscribers' Edition. The descriptive leaves of text interspersed between the plates are printed with the half page description on the recto and … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Robert Frew Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
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2019-05-24 15:51:09
Borget, Auguste
Paris Goupil and Vibert 1842. Folio. Lithographic title, 2 leaves of dedication, contents leaf. additional pictorial tinted lithographed title, 32 tinted lithographed plates on 25 leaves by Eugène Cicéri after Borget. Contemporary brown half morocco. A very good copy. FINE LITHOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF CHINA, including five of Hong-Kong, and others relating to Macao and Canton. The plates are remarkable for the lack of that 'feeling of superiority of the Chinese, so characteristic of accounts from the 1840s. The artist observes with a fresh eye' (Lust). An important and early record of the landscape and people of Hong Kong, Macao, and Canton. Borget, who was a pupil of Jean-Antoine Gudin and a close friend of Honoré de Balzac, journeyed around the world in 1836, travelling through South America and Hawaii before reaching the China coast in August 1838. In the fall of 1838, fellow artist William Prinsep went sketching with Borget in Macao, remarking that he found the Frenchman's portfolio "rich with scenes from South America, Sandwich Islands and China, and he was a pleasant fellow into the bargain." He continued his circumnavigation in July 1839 with a visit to Manila, and then sailed for India via Singapore and the Straits of Malacca, eventually returning to Paris in the summer of 1840. Cordier I, 79-80; Lust 211.
Libraire: Benjamin Spademan Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
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2019-05-24 14:38:42
Walton, Isaac, and Charles Cotton
London: Henry Washbourne, 1842. Extra-illustrated with numerous plates, including 23 portraits (8 hand-colored), 13 views (2 hand-colored), and 12 natural history plates (4 finely hand colored illustrations of raptors and a peahen, 9 aquatint plates by Daniell), and 2 leaves of music; with woodcut illustrations in text. lxxii, 396 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. A handsomely bound and richly extra-illustrated copy of the uncommon Washbourne edition of the classic Compleat Angler of Walton and Cotton. Coigney 51. Full crushed russet morocco, gilt turn-ins, spine and boards tooled with angling motifs in gilt, a.e.g. by Bayntun. Fine.
Libraire: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2019-05-23 13:57:49
Latour, Theodor Graf Baillet von, Kriegsminister (1780-1848)
O, O, 1842. Zusammen 12? SS. auf 11 Bll. 8vo. Die Schreiben militärischen Inhalts in französischer Sprache und meist an den damaligen Generalmajor und späteren Feldmarschalleutnant Camillo Freiherrn Vaconi von Fort'Olivo (1784-1862) gerichtet.
Libraire: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-05-22 19:46:40
GRANDVILLE
A Paris: 1842. GRANDVILLE Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard & BALZAC Honoré de|& SAND George - Scènes de la vie privée et publique des animaux Chez Hetzel et Paulin, A Paris 1842, 18x26,5cm, 386pp. et 390pp., 2 volumes reliés. Edition originale, admirablement illustrée de 201 figures hors-texte et de 120 vignettes par Grandville. Traces de frottement en coiffes, mors, bordures et coins. Frottements sur les plats. Quelques feuillets légèrement ressortis. Exemplaire bien frais, presque totalement exempt de rousseurs (présence de rares et pâles rousseurs sur quelques feuillets). Bon exemplaire, aux dos romantiques charmants. "On ne présente plus cette publication célèbre, satire de la société contemporaine parisienne du Second empire, dont l'entreprise est due à Hetzel, qui sous le pseudonyme de Stahl a signé plusieurs textes et a commandé des textes aux plumes les plus célèbres de l'époque : Balzac, Musset, Sand, La Bedollière... Le dernier chapitre raconte l'emprisonnement des différents écrivains que l'on peut voir dans des emplacements au Jardin des plantes. Une des grandes oeuvres d'imagination de Grandville, pleine de verve et de fantaisie." ***. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Libraire: laurent3598 [Colombier Fontaine, FR]
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2019-05-22 15:37:41
2 volumes pour " Scènes de la vie privée et publique des animaux " 1er tirage 1842 éditeur HETZEL et PAULIN PARIS 1842 études de mœurs sous la direction de PJ STAHL avec la collaboration de BALZAC, NODIER, SAND JANIN et d'autres chaque volume est d'environ 390 pages 203 planches H.T de GRANVILLE et de très nombreuses vignettes (environ 130 ) 26 contes inédits Très belle reliure 1/2 chagrin .Dos orné de vignettes à 4 nerfs intérieur très frais bel exemplaire expédition par Mondial Relay Demander le prix du port à l'international.
Libraire: Marseille66 (martingeorge_0) [Millas, FR]
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2019-05-22 12:56:11
Poe, Edgar Allan
Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, 1842. Book. Octavo, viii, [1], 18-322 pages, 6 pages of ads; VG; bound in publisher's full light brown calf, elaborate gilt-stamped boards and spine; signed binding on lower edge of both boards, 'S Moore Binder Phil^a'; mild rubbing and wear to boards; With illustrated frontispiece, engraved title, and six plates; pencil writing to front pastedown, ffep; slight bookmark staining to first page of Eleanor's; mild fixing to plates; previous owners name in pencil on title page; LD consignment; shelved case 0. Contains the first publication of Edgar Allan Poe's short story Eleonora; BAL 16135; . Shelved Dupont Bookstore. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Libraire: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2019-05-22 02:34:30
[Herbert, Henry William] "Frank Forester"; [William P. Hawes]
New York: Gould, Banks, 1842. First edition, without Forester's name on the spine. With four plates, three folded laterally, as correct. 2 vols. 8vo. Notes Van Winkle: "This is the first book appearance of the pseudonym 'Frank Forester'. As the Memoir is signed Henry William Herbert, and he speaks of editing his friend's works, the pseudonym was from the beginning an open secret ... 'Cypress' was William P. Hawes." PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION, SIGNED by the author "William L. Colby from H.W. Herbert" on fly leaf of Vol. 1., with Colby's ownership signature on flyleaf of vol. II. Herbert's signature is quite rare. BAL 8068; Van Winkle pp. 82-3; Wright I, 1138 (Hawes). Original brown cloth, spines titled in gilt and stamped in blind, boards stamped in blind. pines a little faded and chipped at head and foot, internally fine. From the library of Jeffrey Norton, with his book label in each volume, and another.
Libraire: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2019-05-21 19:12:01
Dresden, Eduard Pietzsch, 1838, 1839 und, 1842. Je Band mit farbig lithographiertem Titel, Inhaltsverzeichnis und je 192 Seiten Text. Mit zusammen 216 lithographierten Tafeln (Ansichten und Portraits). 28 x 18 cm. Uniforme Halbleinenbände der Zeit. *Klassisches Ansichtenwerk von Preußen, hier vollständig mit allen drei Bänden und allen 216 Lithographien. Enthält ca. 150 Ansichten aus dem Gebiet des damaligen Preußen (auch von Schlesien) sowie knapp 70 Portraits preussischer Persönlichkeiten. - Einbände leicht berieben, innen gering (teils mäßig) gebräunt. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar.
Libraire: Antiquariat Bernd Braun [Germany]
2019-05-21 04:22:25
F. Andrew Michaux [aka Francois Andre Michaux]
Condition: Very Good. Date: 1842 -- First American edition.Two octavo volumes bound in full leather with gilt letters and rules on spine. Contains 156 hand-colored plates. The foliage represented in this early edition depict trees and shrubs located north of Mexico and east of the Rocky Mountains. Condition: minor rubbing and age-darkening to the bindings of both volumes; the top, bottom and fore-edges of both volumes show minor soiling, and the endpapers are foxed. There is some toning to the pages. An early, previous owner has tipped-into each book a neatly handwritten index of the volume's contents. Pages 75/76 and 125/126 and their adjacent plates are slightly sprung, but still firmly attached. Otherwise a very good, handsome and tightly bound set. Pages: Vol. I: 184; Vol. II: 216, plus plates. Inventory no. 401499. Authors: F. Andrew Michaux [aka Francois Andre Michaux] (text); Pierre-Joseph Redoute & Pancrace Bessa (illustrations)Title: The North American Sylva, or a Description of the Forest Trees of the United States, Canada & Nova Scotia; Considerred Particularly with Respect to Their Use in the Arts, & Their Introduction into Commerce. (in 2 volumes)Publisher: Cincinnati: W. Amphlett and Doolittle & MunsonDate: 1842 -- First American edition.Two octavo volumes bound in full leather with gilt letters and rules on spine. Contains 156 hand-colored plates. The foliage represented in this early edition depict trees and shrubs located north of Mexico and east of the Rocky Mountains. Condition: minor rubbing and age-darkening to the bindings of both volumes; the top, … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: betterbksinburburbank [Burbank, California, US]
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2019-05-19 08:51:51
Lockhart, J.G
London: John Murray, 1842. New edition (2nd), revised. Unpaged. Illustrated by Wm. Allan, David Roberts, et. al. Borders, vignettes, and ornamental title page by Owen Jones. Large 8vo. Bound by Zaehnsdorf with their special stamped impression on the rear doblure. Full red crushed morocco, t.e.g., the spine and covers richly gilt with flowers and trailing vines with green and tan onlays, the cover backgrounds of built up gilt dots, silk endpapers. Spine perhaps just very slightly darker, remainder of binding fine. Some foxing to preliminaries. Item #21936 Printed in many colors and gilt by Vizetelly.
Libraire: FIRST FOLIO RARE BOOKS (firstfolio) [Paris, Tennessee, US]
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2019-05-18 19:36:54
1842. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1842 Spooner Europäischer Traveller Landkarte Spiele Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1842 Spooner europäischen Reisenden Karte Spielbrett WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Die Reisenden, oder eine Tour durch Europa. Beschreibung: Ein erstes Beispiel von William Spooner aus dem Jahr 1842, das sich mit der Darstellung Europas beschäftigt. Das von William Spooner veröffentlichte charmante Spiel "The Travelers" oder "A Tour Through Europe" umfasst ganz Europa ebenso wie das Mittelmeerbecken, die afrikanische Küstenregion und den Nahen Osten bis zum Kaspischen Meer. Die Karte ist sehr dekorativ und grafisch reich mit Städten, wichtigen Gebäuden, Seeschlachten und Schiffswracks in Vignettenform illustriert. Nach dem Katalog des Victoria and Albert Museum Fünf Spieler übernehmen die Rollen von The Travelers, die aus verschiedenen Nationen stammen, aus Österreich, Schweden, Russland, Preußen und England. Sie müssen ihren Weg in ihre jeweiligen Hauptstädte von einer anderen Stadt in Afrika oder am Ufer des Mittelmeers aus machen. Dieses Spiel wird mit einem Teetotum oder Spinner gespielt, dessen vier Seiten mit N., S., E., W. gekennzeichnet sind und die Richtungen darstellen, in die sie sich bewegen müssen. . Zu dieser Karte gibt es leider keine Anw … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, US]
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2019-05-18 11:12:24
Pflanz, J.A
1842. Doderer/Müller, 60-62; Pressler 56; Wegehaupt I, 1688.- Seltene erste Ausgabe.- In der Tradition des Orbis Pictus gestaltetes Anschauungswerk, das für die Auffassung von Anschauungswerken in der Romantik und im Biedermeier als stellvertretend gilt.- Mit insgesamt 355 liebevoll kolorierten Abbildungen.- Stellenweise etwas fingerfleckig, etwa 15 Blätter mit Feuchtrand in oberer Außenecke. Die Natur in Bildern. Ein belehrendes und unterhaltendes Bilderbuch zum Behufe einer naturgemäßen Entwicklung und Bildung des Verstandes und Gemüthes der Kinder. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Stuttgart, Hallberger, 1842. VIII, 52 S.; 2 Bll., 92 S. Mit 28 kolor. lithogr. Tafeln. 4°. Neuer Hlwd. mit goldgepr. RSch. von Pflanz, J.A. Autor(en) Pflanz, J.A.Verlag / Jahr 1842Sprache Gewicht ca. 500 gBestell-Nr 67237Bemerkungen Doderer/Müller, 60-62; Pressler 56; Wegehaupt I, 1688.- Seltene erste Ausgabe.- In der Tradition des Orbis Pictus gestaltetes Anschauungswerk, das für die Auffassung von Anschauungswerken in der Romantik und im Biedermeier als stellvertretend gilt.- Mit insgesamt 355 liebevoll kolorierten Abbildungen.- Stellenweise etwas fingerfleckig, etwa 15 Blätter mit Feuchtrand in oberer Außenecke.Unser Preis EUR 533,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-05-01).
Libraire: Danckwerth (antiquariat-schramm) [Kiel, DE]
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2019-05-18 10:44:32
Braunschweig: Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn, 1842. Die organische Chemie in ihrer Anwendung auf Physiologie und Pathologie. Von Justus Liebig. Verlag von Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn, Braunschweig 1842 (1. Auflage). Einband der Zeit (Vorder- und Rückseite mit Papier überklebt), 342 Seiten, Besitzvermerk, Papier altersfleckig, sonst ordentlicher Erhaltungszustand. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Libraire: Paderbuch SHOP (paderbuch) [Bad Lippspringe, DE]
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2019-05-17 09:03:59
THIELE, A. F.:
Berlin, Selbstverlag 1842 - 1843. 2 in 1 Band. VIII, 1 Bl., 328 S.; 2 Bll., 364 S. Pappband d. Zt. Fürst III, 422. - Der erste Band in zweiter Ausgabe. - Auf Kriminalakten basierende Darstellung, die auf die praktische Ermittlungsarbeit der Kriminal- u. Polizeibeamten zielt. - Enthält ab S. 193 ein Wörterbuch der "jüdische(n) Gauner- oder Kochemer-Sprache". Band 2 enthält den biograph.-lexikal. Teil von A-L, ein dritter Band ist nicht mehr erschienen. - Rücken stärker berieben und bestoßen. Obere Ecke im ersten Band durchgehend mit Braunfleck, die letzten Bll. im zweiten Band im Falz oben ebenfalls mit Braunfleck. SS. 297/298 im zweiten Teil oben mit Eckabriss und etwas Buchstabenverlust, eine Fotokopie des Blattes liegt bei. Bücher de
Libraire: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2019-05-17 06:41:53
Lockhart, J.G.
London: John Murray, 1842. New edition (2nd), revised. Spine perhaps just very slightly darker, remainder of binding fine. Some foxing to preliminaries. New edition (2nd), revised. Unpaged. Illustrated by Wm. Allan, David Roberts, et. al. Borders, vignettes, and ornamental title page by Owen Jones. Large 8vo. Bound by Zaehnsdorf with their special stamped impression on the rear doblure. Full red crushed morocco, t.e.g., the spine and covers richly gilt with flowers and trailing vines with green and tan onlays, the cover backgrounds of built up gilt dots, silk endpapers. Printed in many colors and gilt by Vizetelly.
Libraire: First Folio A.B.A.A. [Paris, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-05-16 22:11:08
CARILLO, Antonia
The Expanded Second Edition of the First Mexican Cookbook Attributed to a Woman[COOKERY]. [CARILLO, Antonia] Nuevo y Sencillo Arte de Cocina,. Reposterria y Refrescos, Dispuesto Por una Mexicana, y Experimentado Por Personas Inteligentes Antes de Darse a la Prensa. Segunda Edicion Aumentada y Corregida por su Autora. Mexico: Imprenta de Vicente Garcia Torres, 1842.The second and expanded edition of the first Mexican cookbook attributed to a woman. In this 1842 edition along with the first edition of 1836, it was surmised that the autor was a woman based on the usage of the feminine on the title page states "Por una Mexicana," however it was not until the third edition of 1866 where the authorship was attributed to Antonia Carillo. Two books in one small octavo (5 15/16 x 3 7/8 inches; 150 x 100 mm). [2], [2, publisher's ads], 488, [20, index and errata] pp. Book one and book two with separate title-pages, but both books with continuous pagination. We could only find one other copy of this edition at auction in the past 50 years.Contemporary full tree calf. Spine lettered and stamped in gilt. Spine and boards with rubbing and corners bumped. Lacking front free endpaper. Some minor soiling and damstaining occasionally, but generally quite clean for a cookbook. A few pages with small dogeared creases. Overall a very good copy.Referencing the first edition "A very important cookbook cited in ìQue Vivan Los Tamales.î A few years after El Cocinero Mexicano, 1831, appeared, the Nuevo y sencillo arte de cocina (New and Simple Art of Cooking) advertised recipes specifically ìaccom … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [US]
2019-05-16 06:01:02
Hinton, John Howard
J. Dowding, London, 1842. Rebound, probably in the first third of the 20th Century by Bayntun for Brentano's, and other than a few corner stains, the text. plates and maps are in excellent condition. as are the bindings other than a couple nicks to the top edge of the spines. A rare English printing with the full complement of 99 plates, maps and title vignettes; and with additional material not found in the first two editions. The American editions contained fewer plates. EXTRA POSTAGE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Libraire: Recycled [Corte Madera, CA, U.S.A.]
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2019-05-15 01:22:12
Gehler, Johann Samuel Traugott
E. B. Schwickert, 1842. First Edition. 11 1/4 x 9 inches. Oblong. 1/4 leather over marbled boards. Ex-libary "Deventer Bibliotheek", with blue ink-stamp on title page and a few labels on the spine. Otherwise unmarked. An atlas volume containing all copper plates, with most plates clean, and a few (particularly for Volume 3) browned and spotted. Very Good. Boards. The ATLAS VOLUME ONLY for Gehler's "Physikalischem Wörterbuche," an early and still useful encyclopedia of the physical sciences. Contains the following plate counts (278 total plus 6 charts): Vol 1: 21, Vol 2: 20, Vol 3: 16, Vol 4: 18, Vol 5: 30, Vol 6: 43 plus 4 charts, Vol 7: 26, Vol 8: 23, Vol 9: 42 plus 2 charts, Vol 10: 34. Plus an additional grouping of 5 plates in the rear. Apparently complete. A separate title page dated 1842 precedes the plates. [Attributes: First Edition]
Libraire: Kuenzig Books and Antiques (kuenzigbooks) [Topsfield, Massachusetts, US]
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2019-05-14 00:12:37
ROBERTS, David.
London: F.G. Moon. -9, 1842. 6 vols. bound in 4. Elephant folio.(63 x 46 cm). Contemporary binding by Fletcher and Tubbs, Manchester, with their ticket, of green half morocco gilt, marbled boards and endpapers, all edges gilt. Bookplates of Lancashire Independent College Library and engraved gift labels to that library signed by Wm. Hinmers (?) Esq. dated 1896. Modern protective slipcases. Intermittent slight spotting and foxing as usual, binding lightly rubbed at extremities, but overall a handsome copy in excellent condition. Complete with lithographed portrait of Roberts by C. Baugniet, 2 engraved maps, 6 lithographed titles with vignettes and 241 plates of which 121 are full-page and 120 half-page. Roberts was born at Stockbridge near Edinburgh, at the age of 10 became an apprentice house painter progressing, after his apprenticeship, to imitation stone work and panelling at Scone Palace and Abercairney Abbey. In 1818 Roberts, a self-taught artist, used his skills to gain employment as an assistant scene painter at the Pantheon theatre in Edinburgh moving on in 1921 to the Drury Lane Theatre, London where he workied along side Clarkson Stanfield. Stanfield and Roberts exhibited at the society of British Artists, Royal Academy and British Institution. By 1830 Roberts had firmly established a reputation as a topographical artist and was able to leave the theatre. This enabled him to travel repeatedly throughout Europe and in particular Spain from 1832-33. In 1838 Roberts left for Egypt visiting Alexandria, Cairo and numerous tombs and sites. In 1839 he toured the Sinai Pe … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Robert Frew Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
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2019-05-12 17:23:06
1842. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1842 Mather Map Of Lange Island, Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1842 Mather Karte von Long Island, New York WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Geologische Karte von Long & Staten Islands mit der Umgebung von New York. Beschreibung: Dies ist eine der detailliertesten und attraktivsten großformatigen Karten von Long Island, die vor dem amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg und dem anschließenden Landansturm auf Long Island herausgegeben wurden und im 19. Jahrhundert erschienen sind. Es ist auch die erste umfassende geologische Studie von Long Island. Die Karte erstreckt sich von New Jersey und Staten Island nach Osten als Montauk und Fisher's Island. Umfasst Teile von Westchester, New Jersey, Rockland County und die Küste von Connecticut. Eine große Karte im unteren rechten Quadranten zeigt Manhattan mit einem besonderen Schwerpunkt auf geologischen Merkmalen und Topografie. Zeigt die teilweise fertiggestellte Long Island Railroad sowie kleinere Straßen und Städte. Stellt fest, dass es verschiedene wichtige Gemeinden auf Long Island gibt, darunter East Hampton, Bridgehampton, Southampton, Amaganset, Riverhead und Sag Harbor. In vielen Fällen sind einzelne Gebäude detailliert. Das Ganze ist auf einer Gitterstruktur von zehn Meilen-Quadraten ausgelegt. Er … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, US]
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2019-05-09 16:30:46
[Apperley, Charles James]
London: Rudolph Ackermann, 1842. First edition, second issue binding. Mixed issue of plates, with 3 plates on india paper mounted (2 with printed captions); plate at p. 348 with full caption. 36 full-page colored plates by Henry Alken. vi, [ii], 402, 8 [ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Atttractive Copy. Previously serialized in The New Sporting Magazine, this is Apperley's only venture into fiction: the account of a life he would have liked to have led. The text is far outshone by the splendor of Henry Alken's 36 superb color plates, which are among the artist's finest work, and which, as Tooley notes, have led to this volume's being "Considered by many to be the premier colored plate sporting book in the 19th century." Schwerdt I, p. 36-7; Tooley 65; Andrews, Tally-Ho! 400 years of Fox-Hunting 64. Original red pebbled cloth. Spine slightly faded, lower hinge tender. Very good.
Libraire: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2019-05-09 15:56:42
John Lyde Wilson
B.B. Hussey, Charleston, S.C., 1842. FIRST EDITION. 88 pp. Hardcover in original red leather. Front board detached, rear board is missing. Text is in great condition. Includes three full page lithographic illustrations. This copy is INSCRIBED by the Author to Major General (Winfield) Scott. With a location notation of American Hotel N.Y. also in the same hand. The author, John Lyde Wilson, (1784-1849) was Governor of South Carolina from 1822 to 1824. Quite SCARCE, and an extremely rare South Carolina imprint. A nice copy of this SCARCE work. Not Ex-Lib. I've done my best to describe the book, but if you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to send me an e-mail. [Attributes: First Edition]
Libraire: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
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2019-05-08 16:46:59
Thomas Jefferson Randolph
James Alexander, Printer, 1842. Original Sewn Wrappers. An Essay by Thomas Jefferson Randolph, the eldest grandson of President Thomas Jefferson. His education was supervised by his grandfather, including the study of botany, and Randolph became the sole executor after the late President's death.. This Essay, delivered before the Agricultural Society of Albemarle in 1842, focuses on the symbiotic nature of cattle and farmland, and the financial gains from allowing your land to lie fallow and have manure returned to the soil as fertilizer. Two signatures, partially uncut, sewn together. Slight dampstaining and wear, but generally in Very Good condition. 16 pp. Three institutional holdings noted on OCLC. ("Thomas Jefferson Randolph" Thomas Jefferson Encyclopedia ). Very Good binding.
Libraire: Black Swan Books Inc (blackswan.books) [Richmond, Virginia, US]
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2019-05-08 04:44:10
Catlin, George
Published for the Author by Tilt and Bogue, Fleet Street, 1842. Written During Eight Years Travel Amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America, In 1832, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39. In Two volumes with Four Hundred Illustrations From the Author's Original Paintings London: Published for the Author by Tilt and Bogue, Fleet Street, 1842. Third Edition. Leather bound. Small quartos. 2 volumes: [1], viii, 264 pages; [1], viii, 266 pages. Illustrated with the author's drawings and 3 maps. Frontispiece engraving in volume 1. Frontispiece map volume 2. Folding map volume 1 facing page 1. Another map is located between pages 258 and 259 in volume 2. Green cloth covered boards with dark green leather corners and spines. Raised bands and gilt stamped titles on the spines. Marbled end sheets and faded marbled edges. This is a restored set. Leather patches at the base of the spine volume 1 and upper spine volume 2. All covers have been reattached and the inner hinges repaired with matching marbled paper. Some rubs to the leather corners and spines. Light scattered brown spots and toning to the text. 1900 gift inscription written on the front blank end sheet both volumes - "Lewis L Redford from His Father March 5th 1900." Howes C 241; Field 258; Clark III 141. Fair. Item #15133.
Libraire: labsrule2014 [Stone Mountain, Georgia, US]
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2019-05-07 14:31:09
LETRONNE Antoine Jean
Extremely rare set of 2 volumes. Imprimerie Royale, Paris, 1842-8. First edition. Large in-8, xliv & 480 & 554 pages. 19th century half-leather, top of spine slightly damaged (detached) on volume I. Stains on top of a few pages of volume I, not affecting the text. Some foxing, mostly in volume II. Without the atlas of 39 plates. A splendid set.
Libraire: Meretseger Books [LEBANON]
2019-05-07 09:05:40
Edmund and George William Blunt
Original large-format 1842 blueback nautical chart of the Southeast coast between Bogue Inlet, North Carolina and St. Augustine, Florida, published by E. & G.W. Blunt. There are shoreline details, soundings in fathoms, bottom conditions, and two compass roses. The map labels the westerly limits of the Gulf Stream, and North is oriented to the right. Lighthouses are delineated with red spots. The overall image area measures a generous 66.8 x 95 cm [25½" x 37½"], and there are two large insets: Charleston Harbour, Reduced from the Original Survey of Major H. Bache, U.S.T.E. Made in 1824 and deposited in the Topographical Bureau at Washington A Trigonometric Survey of the entrance of St. Johns River. Made in 1823 by Officers of the U.S. Navy. The chart is backed with a heavy blue paper, and the edges have neatly-stitched linen trim. There are scattered pencil notations and headings marked by a mariner sailing off the coast at various dates in the mid-1800s, adding a special note of interest. (Possibly different mariners, at different times?) Condition: For a working nautical chart, used aboard ship more than 158 years ago, it is remarkably sound condition, with a few scattered spots, a couple of small water stains, and the aforementioned pencil marks. Please see the scans, which include a view of the reverse side, and feel free to ask any questions. Chart makers Edmund and George William Blunt compiled and published navigational books and nautical maps during the mid-19th century. Their office was located at 179 Water Street, "corner of Burling Slip," New York City. The Blunts … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: New World Maps, Inc. [Lake Worth, FL, U.S.A.]
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2019-05-07 05:44:34
Edited by James Orchard Halliwell, Esq
Printed for the Camden Society. Decorative Cloth. The very uncommon 1842 1st edition of this original publication of "two curious documents concerning Dr. John Dee", the great 16th century occut philosopher (1527-1609) who devoted much of his life to the study of alchemy, divination and Hermetic philosophy. 1) "His Private Diary, written in a very small illegible hand on the margins of old Almamacs, discovered a few years ago by Mr. W.H. Black, in the library of the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford". 2) "A Catalogue of his Library of Manuscripts, made by himself before his house was plundered by the populace, and now preserved in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge". This 1842 volume, a slim octavo in its original chocolate-brown boards, has held up very nicely. Solid and VG+, with decorative blindstamping to the panels and still-bright gilt-titling and flourishes along the spine. Just a touch of light bubbling to the rear panel, small, neat former owner name and 1940 date at the front free endpaper. Apart from this, clean as could be, with no other writing or markings of any kind internally and a strong, very sturdy binding. By any measure, an impressive copy of this rare mid 19th century examination (through his diary and his personal library of manuscripts) of the mind of Dr. John Dee. Very Good +. [Attributes: First Edition]
Libraire: appledore_books [Waccabuc, New York, US]
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2019-05-06 08:39:43
1842. GALERIE ROYALE DE COSTUMES COSTUMES ITALIENS PEINTS PAR PINGRET LITHOGRAPHIÉS PAR ALOPHE, JANET-LANGE ET DOLLET. chez Aubert et Cie. Sans date mais probablement 1842 COSTUMES ITALIENS. Réunion de 55 superbes planches lithographiées, 22 planches coloriées et les autres simplement gravées et dessinées par PINGRET. Cette publication a dû paraître tout d'abord sous une numérotation continue ; puis être remise en vente par séries isolées avec numérotation particulière à chaque série et le titre passe-partout ci-dessus. On rencontre ces séries séparées dans un cartonnage de l'éditeur en toile noire avec plats ornés, ou sous cartonnage de l'éditeur en toile noire avec plats ornés, ou sous cartonnage glacé avec le même titre que ci-dessus. Ici nous avons une rare réunion de la plupart des planches de costumes d'Italie et quelques rares planche d'Espagne, du Portugal, , d ' Amérique centrale et du Sud Les planches coloriées sont magnifiques et les autre planches présentent par moment quelques rares rousseurs. De toute rareté. Collation : Planches aquarellées à la main: 1 - Jeune Femme de Tramar, vendeuse dePoissons ( environs de Lisbonne) no 73 2 - Cura de Séville, 1826 no 69 3 - Majo de Terez no 53 4 - Femme des Environs de Salamanque no 60 5 - Femme Espagnole de Gibraltar no 71 6 - Alguasil de la Place des Taureaux no 62 7 - Picador Demontel no 57 8 - Femme de Ségovie no 63 9 - Majal no 67 10 - Soldats Suisses de la Garde du pape no 49 11 - Feme de Vigganiol No 18 12 - Jeunes Filles de Sessel no 86 13 - Femme de Sn Germanol no 48 14 - Femme de Frosolone … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: soukoun [la rochelle, Poitou-Charentes, FR]
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2019-05-06 07:25:58
Charles Dickens
London: Chapman & Hall, 1842. First issue in publisher's original blindstamped reddish-brown cloth with second contents page of volume 1 misnumbered xvi, endpapers to volume 1 with some marginal water-staining, near contemporary armorial bookplate of James McBryde, St. Helens, on front pastedowns (laid down over an earlier bookplate), contemporary owner signature dated Oct 22, 1842 near the front of both volumes, rough-trimmed edges foxed, hinges good, binding strong, spines faded and slightly frayed at ends, contents generally very good as example images, 8vo. American Notes for General Circulation by Charles Dickens (1842, 1st Ed) 2 Vols American Notes for General Circulation by Charles Dickens (1842, 1st Ed) 2 Vols Click images to enlarge Description London: Chapman & Hall, 1842, first edition, first issue (18th October, 1842), hardback, two volumes, single advertisement leaf at the front of volume one, half-title, title, dedication, contents & 308 pages, second volume with half-title, title, contents, 306 pages & six-page publisher's adverts. American Notes for General Circulation is a travelogue detailing the author's trip to North America from January to June, 1842. Whilst there he acted as a critical observer of North American society, upsetting some Americans with his frank and outspoken views. First Issue In volume one the first pagination is xvi, that being the last page of the "Contents To Volume I". This error came about because a chapter that Dickens intended to be the Introduction was withdrawn the week before. The sheets had been partly printed and the pagin … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Sidmouth Books (sidmouthbooks2011) [Sidmouth, GB]
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2019-05-06 05:44:31
Edited by James Orchard Halliwell, Esq
Printed for the Camden Society, London. The very uncommon 1842 1st edition of this original publication of "two curious documents concerning Dr. John Dee", the great 16th century occut philosopher (1527-1609) who devoted much of his life to the study of alchemy, divination and Hermetic philosophy. 1) "His Private Diary, written in a very small illegible hand on the margins of old Almamacs, discovered a few years ago by Mr. W.H. Black, in the library of the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford". 2) "A Catalogue of his Library of Manuscripts, made by himself before his house was plundered by the populace, and now preserved in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge". This 1842 volume, a slim octavo in its original chocolate-brown boards, has held up very nicely. Solid and VG+, with decorative blindstamping to the panels and still-bright gilt-titling and flourishes along the spine. Just a touch of light bubbling to the rear panel, small, neat former owner name and 1940 date at the front free endpaper. Apart from this, clean as could be, with no other writing or markings of any kind internally and a strong, very sturdy binding. By any measure, an impressive copy of this rare mid 19th century examination (through his diary and his personal library of manuscripts) of the mind of Dr. John Dee. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Libraire: APPLEDORE BOOKS, ABAA [WACCABUC, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-05-05 20:23:32
W. F. Ainsworth
London: John W. Parker, 1842. [Attributes: First Edition]
Libraire: mybooks (nibahs) [Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US]
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2019-05-05 19:22:14
Bon état. Revue CHARIVARI année 1842 en Deux tomes. RARE. Dos cuir, plats cartonnés "marbrés". L'exemplaire vendu contient les numéros 1 à 365 de l'année1842 plus le numéro du 20 mai 1843 relié sans doute par erreur. Selon DAUMIER Register, l'année 1842 contiendrait 114 lithographies et 26 bois de Daumier. Dans l'exemplaire vendu, il manquerait trois lithographies de DAUMIER : Bohémiens de Paris n° 22 (14/02/42) et 27 (16/03/42) et Moeurs conjugales n°40 (15/03/42). Cependant les Charivari du 14/02, 15/03 et 16/03 sont présents mais avec des lithographies qui ne sont pas de Daumier. Par ailleurs, dans l'exemplaire vendu, il y a la lithographie de DAUMIER Types parisiens n°40 (Le Goût) au 16/11/42 alors que DAUMIER Register le mentionne au 26/02/41. The Daumier Register : pour voir toutes les lithographies de Daumier de ces recueils sélectionner et lancer ce lien : http://www.daumier-register.org/werklist.php?x_PublikationID=3&z_PublikationID=%3D%2C%2C&x_PublikationDatum=1842&z_PublikationDatum=LIKE%2C%27%25%2C%25%27 L'exemplaire vendu comprend donc 112 lithographies de Daumier : 111 des 114 lithographies répertoriées dans DAUMIER Register pour 1842 et 1 lithographie répertoriée pour 1841. Il s'agit de : - Histoires anciennes n° 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 : 47 lithographies - Bohémiens de Paris n° 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 29, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28 : 15 lithographies - Types parisiens n° 23, 25, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: daumier33 [Bordeaux, FR]
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2019-05-05 16:24:01
G. T. Field
Woolwich: Unpublished Manuscript, 1842. ( MANUSCRIPT HANDWRITTEN BOOK ) A PRACTICAL COURSE ON ARTILLERY by G. T. Field Royal Arsenal Woolwich December 1842 Handwritten by a G. T. Field in December 1842 at The Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, this is an original Manuscript book titled "A Practical Course of Artillery" running to two hundred and seventy used pages with many finely drawn illustrations the books contents include sections on Military Bridges, Military Law, Gunpowder, Artillery and Gunnery, The Casting of Ordnance, The Examination of Shot and Shells, The Carriage Department, The Construction of Iron Guns, covering Rockets, Cannons, Gunpowder, Gun Carriages, the Casting of Bullets and shot, bullet moulds, Saltpetre, Bombs, Laboratory work, the factory tools used in the manufacture of weapons and ammunition etc, bound in an old contemporary half leather binding titled in gilt to the spine and upper cover, measuring 8 inches by 7 inches approx., with a beautifully illustrated title page at the time this book was written, the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich located in South East London was the main Military centre in England which carried out armaments manufacture, ammunition proofing, and explosives research for the British armed forces. it was in 1842 when this book was written that Sir John Anderson worked in the Arsenal first as an apprentice then as an Engineer. He invented a machine to manufacture bullets at a rate of 40000 per hour. This replaced a system that produced at 500 per hour. He also invented a machine for granulating gun powder, another for breaking down mill cake. … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: trilobitesuk [Telford, GB]
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2019-05-05 09:24:04
Heigel, Karl Theodor, 1842-1915
Heigel, Karl Theodor, 1842-1915. Das Tagebuch Kaiser Karl's VII. aus der Zeit des österreichischen Erbfolgekriegs München : Rieger, 1883. - XIX, 234 S., 8, 22x14 cm., orig Hldr., dekorativ gebunden mit spanischen Kanten. -HIER AUS DER HOFBIBLIOTHEK WITTELSBACH--- sehr selten Geschichte 1742-1745, Geschichte, Quelle, Karl VII., Heiliges Römisches Reich, Kaiser, Tagebuch, Deutschland, Österreichischer Erbfolgekrieg Karl Albrecht von Bayern (* 6. August 1697 in Brüssel 20. Januar 1745 in München) aus dem Hause Wittelsbach war von 1726 bis 1745 als Karl I. Kurfürst und Herzog von Bayern. Nach dem Tod Kaiser Karls VI. im Jahr 1740 beanspruchte er auch das Erzherzogtum Österreich und das Königreich Böhmen, setzte sich aber nicht durch. Doch als Karl VII. war er von 1742 bis 1745 Kaiser des Heiligen Römischen Reiches. Damit war er der erste Nicht-Habsburger auf dem Kaiserthron seit 1437 und vier Jahrhunderte nach seinem Stammvater Ludwig IV. der dritte Wittelsbacher auf dem römisch-deutschen Thron. Ihm folgte mit Franz Stephan bis zur Reichsauflösung 1806 die Dynastie Habsburg-Lothringen.
Libraire: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Germany]
2019-05-04 02:56:20
Captain Lacy
Whittaker and Co, 1842. Condition: Good. Click here to see our other books! The Modern Shooter Containing Practical Instructions and Directions For Every Description of Inland and Coast Shooting Captain Lacy 1842 Whittaker and Co : London 9" by 6" xxvii [1] 548pp SUMMARY A first edition copy of this desirable work of shooting history, offering practical instructions for shooting both inland and on the coast. First Edition,Illustrated,Publishers' Original Binding Overall Condition: Very Good This book weighs 1 KG when packed Australia Postage: £ Free UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 22.99 EU Postage: £ 16.99 European Postage: £ 17.99 Asia Postage: £ 22.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 28.99 DESCRIPTION This guide to shooter covers a wide range of shooting topics, which include: discussion on firearms, targets, types of hunting dogs, and types of prey. With an illustrated title page and frontispiece by T. A. Prior, and an additional 3 plates. With several illustrations take from the original sketches on the author, Captain Lacy, and engraved by E. Landells. In addition the work boasts over 20 in-text illustrations. Collated complete. This particular volume has been rebacked with the original boards and backstrip preserved. A lovely work of shooting history from the mid-nineteenth century, offering a comprehensive look into the art of shooting for the Victorian sportsman. Rather rare and sought after. CONDITION Rebacked with the original backstrip preserved. Externally lightly bumped to the extremities. Fading to the spine. Small amount of loss to the front and rear pastedowns towards … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-05-03 20:23:21
Alken, Henry (Illustrator) & Charles James Apperley (Nimrod)
London: Rudolph Ackermann (Eclipse Sporting Gallery), 1842. First edition. leather_bound. Full red morocco. Aeg. Fine. Alken, Henry. 402 pages. 24 x 16.5 cm. Thirty six hand colored plates including frontispiece and title by Alken. TOOLEY 65. " First issue, "with four plates mounted, with titles beneath them." He goes on to note, "Considered by many to be the premier coloured plate sporting book in the 195h century, by others as sharing this honour with "Jorrocks's Jaunts." Orig. spine laid-in at rear. Interior contents, plates and text fresh and bright. Bound by Worsfold: raised bands, spine panels richly gilt in floral motifs, cover border panels present gilt florets at the corners, inner dentelles. Front free endpaper with one centimeter loss at hinge head.
Libraire: Royoung bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2019-05-03 08:59:44
Real Tribunal de Comercio de Manila.
1842. Spanish Manila Seeks New-World MarketsReal Tribunal de Comercio de Manila.[Manuscript. 19th c. Expansion of Philippine Cuban Trade].Manila: 1842. [9] manuscript pages. Folio. Disbound. First edition. A very good copy, stitching lacking, ink burn on final leaf. Item #43250 With the independence of the Spanish colonies in the Americas, and the end of the Galleon trade, the Philippines could no longer rely on protected markets in Latin America nor on Mexican subsidies to sustain their trade. Commercial isolation was no longer possible. Thus the port of Manila was finally opened to unrestricted foreign trade and the Real Compania de Filipinas was dissolved and replaced by the Real Tribunal de Comercio de Manila, in January 1834 under the progressive administration of Pasqual Enrile y Alcedo, General of the Philippines. In this document, eight years after this transition began, the Board of Commerce of the Philippines reaches out to President and Delegates of the Royal Board of Development of Cuba (Junta de Fomento de Cuba), to establish trade relations as part of Manila's strategy to increase trade links with the Americas, noting that Spain and other European nations have benefitted from trade with the Philippines due to its close proximity to important Asian markets, especially China. They argue that the Philippines ports are quite advantageous to use, especially for items coming from China as well as from the Philippines. A description of some products follows including those that the Philippines were especially eager to sell into foreign markets: Abaca (in stick), coco … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: kaaterskill_books [East Jewett, New York, US]
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2019-05-03 06:22:25
ARBOUSSET, T. et DAUMAS, F.
Paris: Arthus Bertrand, L.-R. Delay, Maison des missions évangéliques, 1842. Edition originale, in-8; lx, [ii], 620p., les pages 66 à 79 sont reliées dans le désordre, mais l'ouvrage est bien complet; carte dépliante en frontispice, et 11 lithographies teintées par Paul Petit. Reliure d'époque en demi-basane aubergine, dos lisse orné, plats marbrés. Dos passé au brun, rousseurs habituelles, mais un bon exemplaire. Les missionnaires protestants Thomas Arbousset et François Daumas, partis au Cap à la découverte des peuples inconnus, s'y fixèrent tous les deux. Arbousset s'y maria en 1837 et eut neuf enfants avant la mort de son épouse dans le naufrage du Aberconway en 1860. Les peuplades rencontrées comprennent les Marimos - tribu cannibale chez qui nos voyageurs arrivent non sans anxiété, les Mossouto, les Koranas, les Matébélé... ainsi que les Bastaards, "nés du commerce des Hollandais avec les Hottentotes". Les lithographies illustrent des membres de ces tribus et une explication des dessins à la fin de l'ouvrage décrit leur habillement et leurs accessoires.
Libraire: Librairie des Carrés [France, Gennes]
2019-05-02 08:33:49
1842. voir détail de l'annonce. Marguerite SPOERLIN LA CUISINIERE DU HAUT-RHIN A l'usage des ménagères et des jeunes personnes qui désirent acquérir les connaissances indispensables à une maitresse de maison, dans l'art de la cuisine, de la patisserie et des confitures Suivi d'une instruction pour apprêter une nourriture saine aux malades Première partie 1842, Mulhouse, Editions imprimerie de J. P. Risler, seconde édition traduite et revue d'après la 6e édition allemande In-12 (11,5 x 18 cm), relié, 285 pages Reliure demi-cuir basane, dos lisse titré Contenu du livre : Soupes-boulettes pour garnier les soupes et les râgouts-légumes-laitage, oeufs et fritures-divers hors d'oeuvre-poissons, écrevisses, escargots et grenouilles-patés-viandes et ragouts-viandes rôties-sauces-salades-compotes de fruits-crèmes-gâteaux, tourtes et beignets-patisserie fine-confitures-sirops et liqueurs-manière de confire, sécher et conserver les fruits et légumes-manière de saler le porc et de faire le boudin-nourriture et boissons pour les malades Etat : reliure en mauvais état le dos et les plats sont en cours de désolidarisation, papier jauni avec parfois des taches, un manque sans gravité à la page 17, livre complet, rare ! Des milliers de livres dans ma boutique ! Frais de port identiques pour le monde entier Postage and shipping costs are the same amount wherever you are worldwide ENGLISH SPOKEN L'expédition est réalisée soit par Mondial Relay en point de retrait, soit par La Poste en lettre économique, lettre suivie ou Colissimo suivant le prix de l'objet Les frais d'expédition comprennent l … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: a2ddesign [Hénin Beaumont, FR]
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2019-05-02 08:33:13
Dickens, Charles [1812 - 1870]. Warrand, S.; Shaw, Thomas B. -
St. Petersburg: Published by Hauer and Co, 1842. 1st printing thus. 4 volumes (of an eventual 6): [2], xvi, 572; [2], xv, [1 (blank)], 615, [1 (blank)], [2], 572; [2], 580 pp. Subscriber lists found at beginning of Vols I & II. 8vo. 9-1/8" x 6-1/8". Modern tan half calf over period marbled paper boards. Period black leather title & volume labels to spine. Eps renewed. Modest extremity wear. Period pos of one "G Harris" to preliminary blank. A Very Good set. Item #36792 Very rare contemporaneous periodical appearance (Vols I & II) of Dickens' fifth novel & first historical tale which culminates in the Gordon riots of 1780, with the story having a background theme opposing capital punishment, a lifelong stance taken by Dickens. Volume IV publishes 3 extract selections from Dickens' AMERICAN NOTES, or as the Editor states, "we merely offer ourselves as tasters, -- extracting from this eagerly-expected book as copiously as time and space will allow ..." And while our listing herein focuses on this Russian appearance of Dickens [the first?], we note much else of English & American Letters appearing in these 4 volumes, such as a portion of Cooper's DEERSLAYER, 'Death of the Red Man', early in Volume 1. OCLC reports just 4 institutional holdings, of which only 1 is in the US (U of Mich). [Attributes: First Edition]
Libraire: tavistockbooks (tavbooks) [Alameda, California, US]
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2019-05-02 00:25:09
1842. COLOURED ILLUSTRATIONS of BRITISH BIRDS And Their EGGS By H. L. Meyer Volumes I. & III., published by G. W. Nickisson 1842 & 1846 Volumes II., IV., V., VI., VII., published by Willis and Sotheran 1857 A complete seven volume set. Good+ condition. Made up of two separate editions. Volumes I and III bound in half-leather, with the other volumes bound in green cloth. Scattered light/moderate foxing internally, heavier in a few places. Odd marking here and there. Roughly-cut page-edges to the cloth volumes. 322 hand-coloured bird plates and 102 plates of eggs, complete as called for, with 10 further b&w plates. 434 in total. Please refer to the 12 uploaded images for a clear indication of both condition and content. Size. octavo. UK Postage only, due to Weight (Ref:0876).
Libraire: salthouse73 (dc-booklore) [Salthouse, GB]
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2019-05-01 17:47:01
1842. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1842 Spooner Europäischer Traveller Landkarte Game Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1842 Spooner europäischen Reisenden Karte Spielbrett WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Die Reisenden, oder eine Tour durch Europa. Beschreibung: 1842 Erstausgabe beispielhaft William Spooners grafisch beeindruckende bildliche Karte Spielbrett Europa illustriert. Herausgegeben von William Spooner, umfasst dieses charmante Spiel namens "Der Reisenden oder eine Tour durch Europa" ganz Europa sowie den Mittelmeerraum, afrikanische Küste und Nahen Osten bis zum Kaspischen Meer. Die Karte ist sehr dekorativ und grafisch ansprechende mit Städten, wichtige Gebäude, Seeschlachten und Schiffswracks in Vignette Form dargestellt. Fünf Spieler nehmen nach Victoria and Albert Museum-Katalog die Teile der Reisende aus verschiedenen Nationen, Österreich, Schweden, Russland, Preußen und England sind. Sie müssen ihren Weg zu ihren jeweiligen Hauptstädten, jeweils beginnend aus einer anderen Stadt in Afrika oder an der Küste des Mittelmeers. Dieses Spiel wird mit einem Teetotum oder Spinner mit vier Seiten deutliche N., S., E., W. vertritt die Anweisungen, die sie einziehen müssen. . Leider gibt es keine Anweisungen, Token oder Teetotums begleiten diese Karte. Dies ist eine der … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, US]
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2019-05-01 07:57:02
[PHILOSOPHY] PHILOKALIST [pseud. Felix Paul Wierzbicki]
Boston: E.P. Peabody, 1842. First Edition. Hardcover. Attributed to Wierzbicki, the Polish-American veteran of the November Uprising during the Polish-Russian War and later a Forty-Niner best known for publishing the first English-language book in California, "California As It Is and As it May Be; or, A Guide to the Gold Region" (1849). This title attributed to him in the Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature (see OCLC no. 2777123), the Preface signed "F.P.W., Rhode Island" (p. 4) and the title submitted to Congress by a J.P. Wierzbicki. The text consists of a dialogue between "Rudolph" and "Conrad," the former arguing for the innate goodness of man, while the latter believes man's goodness is inspired by external forces. Exceedingly scarce, we find no copies in the trade or auction records as of April, 2019. 12mo (18cm.); publisher's brown blind-embossed cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt, brown endpapers; 160pp. Light shelf wear, tiny loss at spine foot, some foxing to preliminaries, contemporary ownership signature to front flyleaf, else a Very Good and sound copy. Errata slip tipped to rear flyleaf.
Libraire: Lorne Bair Rare Books [US]
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2019-04-30 22:22:40
Tayler, William.
London: Thomas McLean, 26, Haymarket, 1842. Folio (21 1/2" x 14 3/4"), publisher's moiré fine-ribbed brown cloth boards, title in gilt on upper cover, recent brown morocco spine, contents loose as issued. Lithographed title, lithographed dedication, 6 six leaves of letterpress text, six hand colored lithographs heightened with gum arabic. A scarce, fascinating, and quite lovely British color-plate portfolio depicting the domestic life of an Anglo Indian couple, as well as native Bengalese genre scenes. The six plates are hand-colored lithographs by J. Bouvier of the General Lithographic Establishment, 70, Martin's Lane, after watercolors by Tayler. The plates are titled as follows: 1. The Young Civilian's Toilet, 2. The Young Lady's Toilet, 3. The Breakfast, 4. The Women Grinding at the Mill, 5. The Sunyasees, and 6. The Village Barber. In the first of these images a young Anglo man luxuriates in a tastefully appointed room after his bath. He is attended by no less than five servants: a young boy fans him with a hand-Punkah, the Sirdar-bearer brushes his hair, the Mate-bearer washes his feet, a Khansaman brings in a cup of coffee, and another servant holds up a mirror. Lying on the floor nearby is a bill with the name "W. Tayler" at the top followed by "Pittar and Lattey" and the word "jeweller." The text explains that "Messrs. Pittar and Lattey's bill for jewellry, which is seen on the floor, affords some ground for speculation as to his matrimonial intentions." It would appear that this and the subsequent two plates are autobiographical. William Tayler (1808-1892) arrived … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: distantdeeps [Bath, Maine, US]
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2019-04-30 19:45:32
[Dickens, Charles. 1812 - 1870]. Holmes, Oliver Wendell [1809 -
Boston: William Cosby and Company, 1842. 1st separate appearance (BAL 8735n; Gimbel B112; Kitton, 1; Tilton, p. 560). [2], 66 pp. Dickens' speech recorded on pp. 10 - 15. Holmes' 'Song', p. 33. 12mo. 6-5/8" x 4-3/8". Original buff printed wrappers. Custom red cloth chemise, with leather title label to spine. Period pos [2]. Faint tide lines to text upper margin. A respectable VG copy. Case - VG, with two bookplates ['Frank Maier' & 'Thomas Wallace']. Item #27245.2 This dinner was sponsored by a committee of 'Young Men of Boston', who had extended their invitation to the also young, but already famous, author before he left England. The dinner was held in Papanti's Hall, with Josiah Quincy Jr as Chair, who was ably assisted by Oliver Wendell Holmes & Nathan Hale Jr; the young James T. Fields was a guest. Also in attendance was "Josiah Quincy Sr, the president of Harvard, Washington Allston, the poet & artist; George Bancroft, the Historian, & Richard Henry Dana Jr. ... Letters were read from Prescott, Washington Irving, William Ellery Channing, Judge Story, and others, regretting their inability to be there." In his remarks, Dickens introduced the subject of International Copyright, a topic dear to his heart, if not those in attendance. This was one of the first salvos in a battle that was to rage for decades, and the local papers were not slow to respond, saying Dickens' remarks were in bad taste for a social gathering & charged him with creating a "huge dissonance". Evidently the [future prominent] Boston publisher Mr Fields thought Nevermind with respect to the copyright … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: tavistockbooks (tavbooks) [Alameda, California, US]
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2019-04-30 16:26:51
Dickens, Charles
Circular "C.D." ink stamp on flap. 2 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches. "Dickens says he likes Susan Hillard better than any American lady he has met with," wrote a witness to the Boston literary scene of the mid nineteenth century, shortly after Dickens' first visit to the city in 1842 (Memoir of the Life of Mrs. Anne Jean Lyman, 1875, p 432). Susan Hillard hid fugitive slaves in the attic of her house at 62 Pinckney Street during the 1850s, at the same time her husband, George Stillman Hillard, was charged as a federal commissioner with enforcing the Fugitve Slave Act. George was a partner of Charles Sumner's law firm, a founder of the Five of Clubs and first dean of BU Law School. Sumner played guide to the round of Beacon Hill fetes arranged for Dickens on his inaugural Boston visit, at which time he would have made Susan Hillard's acquaintence. Tipped to larger leaf.
Libraire: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
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