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        A Christmas Carol in Prose: Being A Ghost Story of Christmas.

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1843. First. hardcover. very good. Frontispiece & 3 plates by John Leech, all hand colored as issued; 4 woodcut text illustrations. 2 pages of undated ads at end. 166 pages. Small slim 8vo, light brown vertically ribbed cloth, stamped in blind with single line & decorative border; gilt wreath surrounding the title; spine with gilt lettering & ornaments, gilt edges. London: Chapman & Hall, 1843. First Edition. First issue, with red & blue title page, mottled green end-papers & Stave I at the beginning of the text. The binding is stained and the hinges are cracked, but otherwise a clean, sound copy, in a red morocco solander case.

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        Narrative of a Voyage Round the World, Performed in her Majesty's Ship Sulphur, During the Years 1836-1842, Including Details of the Naval Operations in China, from Dec 1840 to Nov 1841

      London: Henry Colburn, 1843 2 volumes. xxxvii+[2]+387+[8 ad] pages with frontispiece, woodcuts in text and 7 steel-engraved plates; vi+[2]+474 pages with frontispiece, woodcuts in texts and 10 steel-engraved plates. Royal octavo (9¼x5½") in publisher's original green cloth, spine lettered in gilt covers decorative blind stamped. First Edition.In 1825, Edward Belcher accompanied Frederick William Beechey's expedition to the Pacific and Bering Strait as a surveyor. In 1836. he commanded a surveying ship on the north and west coasts of Africa and in the British seas. Belcher took up the work which Beechey had left unfinished on the Pacific coast of South America. He was on board the bomb vessel HMS Sulphur, which was ordered to return to England in 1839 by the Trans-Pacific route. Belcher made various observations at a number of islands which he visited, having been delayed by being dispatched to take part in the war in China in 1840. On 26 January 1841, the then Commander Belcher landed on Possession Point at the north shore Hong Kong Island and made the first British survey of Hong Kong harbor. After the war's end in 1842 he reached home and for his services was made a Knight Bachelor in the following year. He was then engaged in HMS Samarang, in surveying work in the East Indies, the Philippines, Geomun-do (Port Hamilton) and other places, until 1847. In 1852 Belcher led the last and largest Admiralty expedition to rescue Sir John Franklin. He was also to look for his former surveying officer in Hong Kong, Richard Collinson, and Robert McClure, whose ships had not been seen after entering the Bering Strait. He did a great deal of sledge exploration, rescued McClure and abandoned four of his five ships in the ice. He had five ships: Assistance (Belcher), Resolute (Henry Kellett, second mate George Nares), the steam tenders Pioneer(Sherard Osborn) and Intrepid (Leopold McClintock) and the depot ship North Star (William Pullen). Belcher and one tender were to enter Wellington Channel, where Franklin was thought to be, while Kellett was to go west to Melville Island and look for Collinson and McClure. North Star was to stay at Beechey Island as a supply base. He left the Nore in April 1850. By early winter Assistanceand Pioneer were frozen in at Northumberland Sound to the north of Wellington Channel while Resolute and Intrepid were frozen in off Melville Island (Arctic)?"the first ships this far west since William Edward Parry in 1819. A great deal of exploration was done by man-hauled sledges. In April 1853 Leopold McClintock and others left the Resolute on sledges and returned 105 days later, having covered 1,400 miles and discovered Prince Patrick Island. Another party went west and discovered Robert McClure, whose ship was frozen in at Mercy Bay. Belcher went north by sledge and found a channel at the northern tip of Devon Island, hinting that Franklin might have used it to escape to Baffin Bay. When the ice broke up that summer, he pushed his ships up Wellington Channel and became trapped again. By February 1854 Belcher was becoming increasingly worried about the safety of his ships and men. In April he ordered Kellett to abandon his ships and return by sledge to North Star. Belcher abandoned his two ships in late July. Aided by two ships that showed up at Beechey Island (Phoenix and Breadalbane), the whole party returned to England. Belcher went through a court martial, which was automatic for any captain who had lost a ship. He was exonerated, but his sword was returned to him 'without observation'. He never again received an active command. Curiously Resolute broke free of the ice and drifted all the way to Davis Strait, where it was picked up by an American whaler.Condition:Some staining and wear to covers, spines a bit faded, ends chipped and worn, rear joint of Vol. I with chipping and loss; hinges repaired at endpapers, some light foxing and occasional mostly marginal damp staining within, the three folding maps which should be loose in a pocket not present; overall good, uncommon in the original cloth.

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        Gesamtansicht mit dem Kreml über die Kasanka gesehen ('Entrée Par Les Moulins Et La Kasanka').

      - getönte Lithographie v. André Durand gedr. v. Auguste Bry in Paris b. Ernest Bourdin in Paris, um 1843, 30 x 44,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Kloster Simonoff bei Moskau ('Monastère De Simonoff. Saint Simon. Côte de la Moskova').

      - getönte Lithographie v. André Durand gedr. v. Auguste Bry in Paris b. Ernest Bourdin in Paris, um 1843, 29 x 43 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Brockhaus Conversations-Lexikon 9.Auflage, 15 Bände, 1843-1848 (II)

      F.A. Brockhaus 1843-1848, Leipzig - Brockhaus. Allgemeine deutsche Real-Encyklopädie für gebildeten Stände (Conversations-Lexicon) - Neunte Originalauflage. Komplett in 15 Bänden. Leipzig, F.A. Brockhaus, 1843-1848. Original-Halbledereinbände. Lederrücken mit Goldgeprägungen. Dreiseitiger, roter Buchschnitt. Format 22,5cm x 15cm. Wie auch den acht Originalbildern in der Galerie zu entnehmen, sind die Einbände berieben, die Ecken stärker bestoßen. Der Rotschnitt sehr schön erhalten. Goldprägungen teils verblasst. Rücken, Außengelenk sowie Rückenschilder gelegentlich mit kleineren Fehlstücken. Ab Band 9 die Rücken etwas heller. Drei Außengelenke mit Einriss, in der Frontansicht nicht sichtbar. Buchdeckel bis auf drei (hier kleines Fehlstück beim Papierbezug) in guter Erhaltung. Innen alles fest eingebunden. Keine losen oder fehlenden Seiten, keine Anstreichungen, kein unangenehmer Geruch. Seiten gelegentlich gebräunt & fleckig. Abklatsch der Lederecken auf den Vorsätzen. Vier Doppelseiten mit vier kleinen Löcheln. Vorsatz mit Namenseintrag & bei den meisten Bänden Papier dort mittig im Innengelenk etwas eingerissen. In Band 11 fehlt beim Inhaltsverzeichnis jeweils die untere Ecke (mit Teil vom Text) sowie halbseitiges Vorsatzblatt. 22500 Gramm.

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        Hamburg vor dem Brande vom 5ten Mai 1842. – Nach der Natur u. auf Stein gez. von Jessen. Verlegt von L: Fontaine. Kolorierte Kreidelithographie.

      Hamburg, L.Fontaine, ca.1843. - 31,0 x 38,6 cm. Gereinigtes und neuer koloriertes Blatt mit kleinem Rand um die Darstellung. Souvenirblatt mit zentraler Darstellung "Ansicht von Hamburg", umgeben von 8 etwas kleineren Ansichten. Darüber: "Das Eimbecksche Haus.", "Das Rathhaus u. die Bank.", "Die Börsenhalle." Links u. rechts daneben: "Die Petri–Kirche", "Die Nicolai–Kirche". Darunter: "Das Spinn– Werk– u. Armenhaus.", "Die Alte Börse.", "Die Getruden–Capelle." Die Stein– u. Kupferdruckerei von Louis Fontaine wurde sehr wahrscheinlich 1842 gegründet. Nebenstehende Abbildung ist aus zwei Scans zusammengesetzt, der senkrechte Absatz existiert im Original nicht. [SW – Ansicht, Ansichten, Lithographie]

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        A small archive of material relating to the prominent baritone and singing teacher Manuel Garcia. Includes 11 autograph letters in Garcia's hand, ephemera relative to his 100th birthday celebration at the Hotel Cecil in London, and autograph letters of Joaquina Garcia (Manual I's second wife), Eugénie Garcie née Mayer (wife and pupil of Manuel II), etc.

      AUTOGRAPH LETTERS OF MANUEL GARCIA II - 1 p. Octavo. To Auber, "Directeur du Conservatoire Royal de Musique, Paris." On personal letterhead with embossed initials "EG" (Eugenie Garcia) to upper left corner. Written from 6 rue Chabanais, with date of 1843 added in another hand. With integral address leaf. Garcia apologizes for his absence from Paris, etc. - 2 pp. Octavo. Dated [London,] January 4, 1851. To the English pianist and conductor [Charles] Hallé. In French (with translation). Hallé's protegée, a certain Miss Dawson, who "has the gift of a lovely voice," has delivered what was presumably a letter of introduction from Hallé. Garcia asks if he may place his own pupil, Mathilde Graumann, in Hallé's care. "Permit me to make a request of you: knowing the powerful influence you have in the musical world in Manchester, I ask you to be so kind as to take under your protection one of my good pupils, Miss Mathilde Graumann. This young person, blessed with a remarkable talent and a distinguished appearance, has just had a great success in Leipzig and would very much like to be heard in concerts that you conduct." Creasing and short tears at folds; small tear to lower edge; minor foxing, soiling, and wear; pencil annotation to upper blank margin of recto. Garcia's "Mémoire sur la voix humaine, presented to the Académie des Sciences (Paris, 1841), was the foundation of all subsequent investigations into the voice, and his invention of the laryngoscope (1855) brought him world fame. His Traité complet de lÂ’art du chant (1840–47) remained a standard work for many years. He was a professor at the Paris Conservatoire (1847–50), and at the RAM, London (1848–95); he spent the latter half of his life in England... His pupils included Jenny Lind, Hans Hermann Nissen, Erminia Frezzolini, Julius Stockhausen, Mathilde Marchesi, Charles Bataille and Charles Santley. " James Radomski and April Fitzlyon in Grove Music Online. Soon after their inception in 1858, "the Hallé Concerts became Manchester's leading musical event; Hallé conducted them, often also appearing as piano soloist, for the remaining 37 years of his life. His programmes were adventurous and he engaged leading soloists of the day." Michael Kennedy in Grove Music Online. Mathilde Graumann married the Italian baritone and singing teacher Salvatore Marchesi in 1852, the year of her single stage appearance, as Rosina, at Bremen. "In 1854 she began to teach, in Vienna, Paris, Cologne and again Vienna. In 1881 she founded her own school of singing in Paris, where her pupils included Emma Calvé, Gabrielle Krauss, Nellie Melba, Sibyl Sanderson, Emma Eames, Katharina Klafsky, Selma Kurz, and her daughter Blanche Marchesi. She retired in 1908. She published numerous sets of vocal exercises, mostly under the title LÂ’art du chant, with various opus numbers, from the 1850s onwards, and an Ecole Marchesi: méthode de chant théorique et pratique (Paris, 1886; Eng. trans., 1896, 1903) as well as a book of memoirs." Elizabeth Forbes in Grove Music Online. - 3 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed in full. To an unidentified male correspondent. Dated February 22, 1868. In French. An interesting letter in which Garcia expresses his support for any measures that would bring new vigor to the Royal Academy of Music. He congratulates his correspondent [?Auber] on his "magnificent composition" that he had heard the previous evening. With the small circular embossed stamp of the Westminster Club to foot. - 1 p. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed "M. Garcia." To Mr. Salaman (the composer, pianist and concert manager Charles Kensington Salaman, 1814-1901). No date [but after 1874]. In French. With annotations to blank p. 2 in another hand with the date 1864 in ink and 1874 in pencil. Garcia praises Mathilde Martin, a young pianist and encourages Salaman to make her acquaintance. - 1 p. Octavo. Unsigned. To an unidentified correspondent. Saturday, no year [but after 1874]. 5 Bentinck Street, [London] (Garcia's address after 1874; see Mackinlay: Garcia the Centenarian and his Times, pp. 237-38). In French. Relative to an appointment next Monday. - 1 p. of a bifolium. Small octavo. Signed "M. Garcia." To an unidentified female correspondent. Undated [but after 1874]. Written from 5 Bentinck Street (see above). In French. Relative to confusion over the times of an appointment. - 1 p. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed in full. To the distinguished writer on music and editor of the first edition of "A Dictionary of Music and Musicians," Sir George Grove (1820-1900). Dated Mon Abri, Cricklewood, March 20, 1886. In French. Relative to his invitation from the Queen to participate in an occasion at the Royal College. - 1 p. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed "M. Garcia." To organist, teacher and composer Mr. Silas. Undated [but 1880s]. Written from Mon Abri, Kilburn Rise. In French. Garcia will be happy to receive the daughter of Silas's friend and to hear her sing. It is a pity that she cannot be put into an envelope to avoid the problems of London traffic! - 2 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed "M. Garcia." To Sir George Grove. Undated [but 1880s]. Written from Mon Abri. In English. With several corrrections. - 1 p. Octavo. Signed "M. Garcia." To Sir Felix Semon (1849-1921), a pioneer in neurolaryngology. Cricklewood near London, March 1905. In French. - 1 p. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed "M. Garcia." To an unidentified female correspondent. Wednesday, January, Wednesday [no year]. 1 Bentinck Street, Manchester Square, [London]. In French. Relative to a piece to be sung. - Closing fragment of an autograph letter signed "M. Garcia" with a postscript wishing his correspondent a happy new year and the address "Mon Abri, Shootup #11 Kilburne." AUTOGRAPH LETTERS OF JOAQUINA GARCIA, EUGÉNIE GARCIA, GUSTAVE GARCIA Joaquina Garcia 1780- 1864 4 pp. of a bifolium. 12mo. Dated [London?] June 5 or 6, 1839. To an unidentified female correspondent, presumably another singer. Signed "Jna Garcia". In black ink on cream paper with gilt edges. With the date of receipt (July 6, 1839) notated in another hand to lower blank portion of fourth page. In French (with translation). Creased at folds; light wear; minor pencil annotation to upper left corner of first page. A rare early document of the famed Garcia family. An arrangement with Pierre François Laporte, manager of the King's Theatre in London, prevents Joaquina's young daughter, Pauline Garcia (later Pauline Viardot), from appearing in another concert unless the hall is specified. "We returned this morning at 3 o'clock, and in order not to make you wait for a reply, it is I who take up a pen for my daughter who is still sleeping... we cannot commit ourselves for any concert where the public pays, except for the concerts which are given at the little hall of the Opera, because Laporte takes half for himself, and he authorizes the Italian singers to sing only in this location. Otherwise my daughter certainly would have taken pleasure in doing something which would be agreeable to a Belgian lady, especially for Miss Meurts, but for the moment this pleasure is forbidden to her, unless you gave your concert in a particular hall! In which case Pauline would be able to sing one or two pieces. You will see." Soprano Maria Joaquina Sitches (stage name Joaquina Briones) was the second wife of celebrated tenor Manuel Garcia and mother of three of the most famous singers of the nineteenth century: Maria Malibran (1808-1836), Manuel Garcia the Younger (1805-1906), and Pauline Viardot (1821-1910), whom this letter concerns. On May 9, 1839, several weeks before Joaquina composed this letter, Pauline had made her operatic debut in London as Desdemona in Rossini's Otello. Eugènie Garcia - 2 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed "E. Garcia." To an unidentified female correspondent. Dated Sunday, 11 Rue de Provence. On personal letterhead with the initials "EG" printed in blue at head. Relative to the hours she will be home for the next few days. - 1 p. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed in full. To an unidentified male correspondent. Written from 6, rue Chabanais, n.d. In French. - 2 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed "E. Garcia." To Madame Orfila, Ecole de Médecine (Anne Gabrielle née Lesueur, 1793-1864, wife of Mathieu Orfila, 1787-1853, founder of toxicology). Written from 6 Place d'[?], 40 rue St. Lazare. On personal letterhead with embossed initials "EG" in gold to upper left corner. Dated 1845 in an unidentified hand. With integral address leaf. In French. Garcia expresses her great regret that she could not come to see her correspondent as Mr. Rodrigues was coming to rehearse "sa musique ancienne." Together with: - 2 pp. Octavo. Signed in full. To Daniel Auber (1782-1871), director of the Paris Conservatoire. Dated 1843 in another hand. In French. Garcia explains the reasons for her husband's delay in returning to Paris, saying that business was keeping him in Dublin for a few more days. Tipped into the above letter. Slightly torn at upper inner edge. - 2-1/2 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. Signed "E. Garcia." To an unidentified correspondent. N.p., n.d. In French. Complaining about Auber. Incomplete. Gustave Garcia 1837-1925 - 4 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. Dated November 28, [18]81. To an unidentified male correspondent. Signed "G. Garcia. In English. Relative to a proposed concert by himself and "three good pupils from the Academy" performing a selection from Faust and Trovatore. All letter slightly worn; creased at folds; other minor defects; some with remnants of former mount to verso. 100th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION MEMORABILIA - Semon, Felix. Autograph letter signed in full. 4 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. To Edward Speyer. Dated February 21, 1905. Together with an autograph note on a postal card to Speyer dated March 20, 1905, attached to autograph envelope with string through two pinholes. Relative to the upcoming celebration of Manuel Garcia's 100th birthday, including details of the morning reception and evening banquet and mentioning the noted German baritone Julius Stockhausen (1826-1906), a student of Garcia and himself an eminent vocal pedagogue; he will not be able to attend the celebration but will send his children instead. In German (with translations). - Printed announcement of the "Banquet in Honour of the 100th Birthday of Señor Garcia... March 17th, 1905," with two small oval inlaid portraits, one "About the time of his Invention of the Laryngoscope" and the other "At the present time, his 100th Birthday." Includes menu and "Toast List." Bound with red and gold silk ribbons. - Printed banquet ticket with invitee's name "Ed. Speyer Esq." completed in manuscript, with associated ephemera including a ticket to the "Morning Commemoration" and 4-page program attached with string through two pinholes - Large folding "Plan of Tables" for banquet seating with attendees named - Large photograph (350 x 233 mm.) of "Manuel Garcia addressing the Company" [manuscript] of the Laryngological Society of London" ASSOCIATED MEMORABILIA - Postcard photograph by the Dover Street Studios of Albert Garcia (1875-1946), grandson of Manuel Patricio Garcia, signed. Laid down to yellow card mount. - 2 colour postcard photographs of Carmen Garcia (after 1880-1924), Manuel Patricio Garcia's daughter from his second marriage, one highlighted in white. Laid down to yellow card mount. - Garcia. Hints on Singing... Translated from the French by Beata Garcia. New & Revised [Second] Edition. London: Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, copyright 1894. Large octavo. Original printed wrappers. 1f. (title), [iii]-[viii], 75, [i] (blank) pp. - Garcia. School of Singing for the Medium Voice. London: Edwin Ashdown. New and Revised Edition. Folio. 1f. (title), 36 pp. Worn; remnants of tape to title and inner upper wrapper. - Printed articles by Lloyd Harris; Viktor Fuchs; Le Centenaire de Manuel Garcia in Le guide musical 51, no. 11, March 12, 1905; excerpts from The Times (London), March 18, 1905; obituaries; tombstone rubbings, etc. . Manuel Patricio Garcia was the son of the composer and singing teacher Manuel Garcia (1775-1832). Garcia "studied singing with his father and harmony with Zingarelli at Naples in 1814; later he continued with his father in Paris, where he also studied harmony with Fétis... His Mémoire sur la voix humaine, presented to the Académie des Sciences (Paris, 1841), was the foundation of all subsequent investigations into the voice, and his invention of the laryngoscope (1855) brought him world fame. His Traité complet de lÂ’art du chant (1840–47) remained a standard work for many years. He was a professor at the Paris Conservatoire (1847–50), and at the RAM, London (1848–95); he spent the latter half of his life in England. His school of singing, a perfection of his fatherÂ’s methods, produced remarkable results. His pupils included Jenny Lind, Hans Hermann Nissen, Erminia Frezzolini, Julius Stockhausen, Mathilde Marchesi, Charles Bataille and Charles Santley." Beatrix Borchard in Grove online Garcia's first wife was Eugénie Mayer (1815-1880), an operatic soprano (active 1836–58) and singing teacher.

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        The Christmas Books Being; A Christmas Carol, The Chimes, The Cricket on the Hearth, The Battle of Life and The Haunted Man

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1843- 48., 1843. ALL FIRST EDITIONS. 5 volumes. Small octavo. All in the publisher's original gilt decorated cloth, all edges gilt. Christmas Carol with brownish pink colouring, the rest in red cloth. A used set which shows uniform general wear and soiling; covers and extremities with some bumping and marking, spine tips and joints frayed, some reading slant, ownership inscriptions to three volumes including 'Carol'. Remains a presentable set in very good order. All First Editions, various issues. Christmas Carol first state with red and blue title page, 'Stave 1' and uncorrected text, chalky green endpapers. Chimes is 2nd state, Cricket 2nd state ads, Battle of Life is 4th state as usual, Haunted Man no points called for. Walter E Smith; Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth [Volume 2]

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        The Great Aerial Navigator, or Atmospheric Machine! Under the superintendence of the "Aerial Conveyance Company," for the conveying of passengers, troops and government despatches to India and China, in the short space of five days, by means of a new improved system of "aerial navigation" adapted also to proceed on water or land, and can be used as a most destructive instrument of war ...'

      Vickers. 1843 Single sheet folio broadside with central woodcut illus. beneath title. Approx. 37.5 x 50cm. Mounted on cream card. v.g.Not in the BM print collection, not recorded on Copac or OCLC. A wonderful broadside satirising the Victorian fixation with air travel and the remarkable if implausible designs for accomplishing success; this one, by an anonymous 'inventor', is accompanied with a key explaining 'the most extraordinary invention of modern times'. It includes a mechanical eagle with smoke released through its mouth, a telegraph, parachutes, a boat 'in the Chinese style', and eight paddles that act as fans whilst in the air or actual paddles when in water. The explanatory text is concluded with a letter from the inventor to 'Her Majesty's Ministers': 'Placed at the head of a great nation, I call on you to avail yourselves of my

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        Natural History of New York. Part IV. Geology of New York. Part I. Comprising the Geology of the First Geological District

      Albany: Carroll & Cook, Printers to the Assembly, 1843. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. quarto; pp; xxxvii, (i), 653, (i), (18), index, explanation of the plates; Illustrated in color and black and white with forty-five plates and maps, some folding, including plate #1; A topographical and geological map of Long Island and Staten Islands and the Island of New York; decorated black cloth stamped in blind with a gilt crinoid on the upper board and a globe on the spine, yellow coated endpapers; minor edge wear, some foxing to preliminaries, all plates are present and bright, a very good copy of a scarce book in today's market, rarely found with the folding map;. A very good copy of a scarce book in today's market, rarely found with the folding map. Part of the Geology of New York.

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        The Christmas Books. Being; A Christmas Carol, The Chimes, The Cricket on the Hearth, The Battle of Life and The Haunted Man.

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1843- 48., 1843. ALL FIRST EDITIONS. 5 volumes. Small octavo. All in the publisher's original gilt decorated cloth, all edges gilt. Christmas Carol with brownish pink colouring, the rest in red cloth. A used set which shows uniform general wear and soiling; covers and extremities with some bumping and marking, spine tips and joints frayed, some reading slant, ownership inscriptions to three volumes including 'Carol'. Remains a presentable set in very good order. All First Editions, various issues. Christmas Carol first state with red and blue title page, 'Stave 1' and uncorrected text, chalky green endpapers. Chimes is 2nd state, Cricket 2nd state ads, Battle of Life is 4th state as usual, Haunted Man no points called for. Walter E Smith; Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth [Volume 2]

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        Pommersches Wappenbuch. Gezeichnet und mit Beschreibung der Wappen und historischen Nachweisen versehen.

      Stettin. Eigenthum des Herausgebers.1843 - 1855. Band 1 - 5./ 5 Bde. Komplett. 26 x 18 cm. Halbleineneinbände mit marm. Vorder- und Hinterdeckel u. marm. Buchschnitt. Etw. berieb. u. bestoß. bei drei Bänden. Julius Theodor Bagmihl (um 1858) war im 19. Jahrhundert Maler und Zeichenlehrer in Stettin. Als sein herausragendes Lebenswerk darf das Pommersche Wappenbuch, welches in fünf Bänden in den Jahren 1846 bis 1855 in Stettin erschienen ist, angesehen werden. Dieses beinhaltet neben Wappen- auch Siegelabbildungen auch mehr oder weniger kurze Aufrisse zu einzelnen Familien des Pommerschen Adels, deren urkundlichen Nennungen und Güterbesitz. Der den Wappenbüchern beigefügte Text enthält, den Urkunden und anderen archivalischen Quellen entnommene Angaben über die erste Erwähnung der Geschlechter in Pommern, ihren Grundbesitz, die Teilung in verschiedene Linien und ihre Stiftungen. Aus seinem Nachlass, wurde die so genannte Sammlung Bagmihl 1858 vom Staatsarchiv Stettin aufgekauft. Es handelt sich um Materialsammlungen zur Geschichte des pommerschen Adels und Genealogien einzelner Familien. Sie wurde dort unter der Signatur Rep. 40: III Nr. 2 bis 6, 25, 3, 31. IV Nr. 2, 10, 12. geführt. Bagmihl leistete durch sein Wirken einen bedeutenden Beitrag zur Sammlung und Fixierung der Pommerschen Landesgeschichte.(Quelle Wikipedia).; - Papier teils leicht gebräunt, durchgehend stark Wasserfleckig und braunfleckig, Hinterdeckel-Gelenk leicht angebrochen bei Band eins, durchgehend stark braunfleckig bei Bänden zwei und drei (fehlt Tafel 38 bei Band drei) und stellenweise etwas fleckig bei Bänden vier und fünf. - Komplett. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Genealogie; Heraldik; Pomeranica; Pommern; Wappen; Wappenkunde, Sammelband, Anthology; Sammelwerke; Werkausgaben

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        Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the Tweed; with a Short Account of the Natural History and Habits of the Salmon, Instructions to the Sportsmen, Anecdotes, etc.

      John Murray, Albemarle Street, London 1843 - First edition. Illustrated by 13 Lithographs (3 hand-colored) and wood Engravings by L. Haghe, T. Landseer and S. Williams from Paintings by Sir David Wilkie, Edwin Landseer, R.A, Charles Landseer, William Simson and Edward Cooke. 1 vols. 8vo. Schwerdt II, pp. 154-5; Westwood & Satchell p. 191; Bibliotheca Salmo Salar 53 Full green morocco by Riviere, hinges repaired, with original cloth binding bound in at back. A very handsome copy Illustrated by 13 Lithographs (3 hand-colored) and wood Engravings by L. Haghe, T. Landseer and S. Williams from Paintings by Sir David Wilkie, Edwin Landseer, R.A, Charles Landseer, William Simson and Edward Cooke. 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas.

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1843., 1843. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE with 'Stave I' and uncorrected text. Foolscap octavo, pp.[viii]; 166; 2 [advertisements]. Illustrated with four hand-coloured steel engravings by John Leech and four textual woodcuts by W.J. Linton. Title printed in red and blue, half title in blue. Publisher's original salmon cloth with gilt titles to spine and centre of upper, blind tooling to boards, all edges gilt, pale green endpapers. The front board features a perfect 'D' within 'Dickens' and a 14mm closest gap from left margin to left of wreath. Slight spine lean and gentle wear/soil to cloth, some bumping at foot, cloth chipped to upper corner, inside paper joints sound, faint doodle to rear pastedown, attractive pictorial bookplate by Rex Whistler. The chalky green endpapers show the rubbing which Dickens objected to (yellow glazed endpapers were chosen instead within some bindings). A very good copy indeed, housed in an elegant scarlet calf clamshell box. Eckel [110], Smith, part II, item 4.

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        La Russie en 1839. Tome I à 4. Reliés en 2 vols.

      Bruxelles, Wouters et Cie, 1843, - gr. in-8vo, 222 p. / 212 p., de la Bibliothèque de Charles de Constant, avec ces initiales en bas du dos. reliure demi-cuir rouge, dos richement orné, bel exemplaire. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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      London, 6. VII. 1843. - 8vo. 1 S. Late letter, written during his time as Minister without Portfolio and Leader of the House of Lords in Peel's second cabinet. A refusal to one Mr. Blakely: "FM The Duke of Wellington presents his Compliments to Mr Blakeley. He has received his letter. It is absolutely impossible for the Duke to [.] support any Scheme involving the Property of [.], to the Conduct of which Scheme it is quite impossible for him to devote his time and attention. He hopes he will be excused therefore for positively and definitely to have any relation with the Entire Company in Question". - Edge wear and traces of folds; some browning and somewhat dusty.

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        UTILITARIAN, / By Eclipse / [wood engraved illustration, 4 1/4 x 6 inches, of a bridled stallion being led a groom] / This horse has been bred with an eye to the useful qualities for the road / [followed by 27 lines of text describing the horse, setting out terms for him to stand at stud, and describing his pedigree] Signed in type at the end "John H Cocke, March, 1843 "

      Winnsville, Fluvanna County, (VA): John H. Cocke, 1843. Broadside, 17 1/2 x 12 inches, employing a large bold type for the one-word first line in the head and a smaller bold type for the second line; the wood engraving is not signed. The horse stood at Cocke's Fluvanna County, Virginia, plantation, Bremo, on the James River. Not in American Imprints. Not in Hummel or his "More Virginia Broadsides." OCLC locates two copies (Virginia State Library, Virginia). A little light foxing, but a lovely example of a scarce Virginia stud broadside. (#5355) John Hartwell Cocke (1780-1866), whose ancestors first appeared in Virginia shortly after the settling of Jamestown "inherited a fortune as well as refinement and native ability from his forebears, and after attending William & Mary College (1794-99), he chose the life of a country gentleman at 'Bremo' in Fluvanna County, to which he removed about 1803 … progressive and prescient in all things, he promoted new agricultural methods, the founding of agricultural societies, the development of waterways and steam navigation, and various public improvements. During the War of 1812, [as a newly minted brigadier general] … he commanded the Virginia soldiery guarding Richmond … slavery he denounced as a curse to commonwealth and nation … a friend to popular education, he sponsored sounder primary and secondary school systems … his contribution [to the development of the University of Virginia] was subordinate only to that of of Thomas Jefferson and Joseph C. Cabell … conscientious, tenacious of opinion, boldly independent, and devoid of partisanship, sectarian or regional … he was a zealous reformer … the causes which he supported indicate him to have been one of the most remarkable Virginians of his generation in power of foresight, a pioneer of modern social reform" (DAB). For amplification of Cocke's military service, see the "War of 1812" item in this list.

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        Slichot LeYom Kippur [Slikhot]

      Shmuel Ben Hakhaver Rabbi Meir, New York 1843 - Single leaf, possibly unique. Not in Singerman, not in Goldman.

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        Oeuvres complètes. Traduites de l'anglais sur l'édition du J.F. Palmer, avec des notes par G(ustav) Richelot.

      Fortin Masson,, Paris, 1843 - 4 Bände + Atlasband. Paris, Fortin Masson, 1843. 8°, bzw. 4°. Mit 64 (davon 7 gefalteten) Tafeln. Pappbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und wenig Rückenvergoldung. Altlasband: Orig.-Pappband mit Deckeltitel. Erste französische Ausgabe, übersetzt nach der englischen Ausgabe von 1835-1837. Mit einer Vorrede des französischen und des englischen Herausgebers James Frederick Palmer. Band 1: Vie de John Hunter par Drewery Ottley. Leçon de chirurgie. - Band 2: Traité des dents. Traité de la syphilis. - Band 3: Traité du sang et de l'inflamation. Mémoires de pathologie. - Band 4: Anatomie. Physiologie. Anatomie comparée. Zoologie. - Die Tafeln des Atlasbandes mit Darstellungen zu den obgenannten Themen. "Hunter remains one of the great all-round biologists like Haller and Johannes Müller, and with Paré and Lister, one of the three greatest surgeons of all time" (Garrison-M.). - Vereinzelt schwach stockfleckig. Atlasband bestossen. Sprache: Französisch / Français / French Pappbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und wenig Rückenvergoldung. Altlasband: Orig.-Pappband mit Deckeltitel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gezigten uit Neêrlands Indië, naar de natuur geteekend en beschreven.

      Amsterdam, Frans Buffa en Zonen, (1843-45).Folio. Contemporary half green morocco, spine gilt. With engraved title-vignette depicting the palace at Bogor and 50 plates, lithographed by P. Lauters after the author. (10),87 pp.Van de Velde (1818-1898) was trained as a naval officer at the Koninklijk Instituut voor de Marine, where he received drawing lessons from Petrus Johannes Schotel (1808-1865), one of the best known Dutch naval artists of the 19th century. The drawings for this publication were made by Van de Velde during the period when he was a midshipsman aboard the naval corvet Triton (captain-lieutenant A.C. Edeling) between April 1838 and October 1839, and between the later date and September 1841, when he was working at Batavia for the Commission for the improvement of maps and charts of Indonesia. The drawings were transferred on stone by Paulus Lauters, one of the most renowned of Belgian lithographers. They represent views in Java (including several of Batavia), Timor, the Moluccas, Celebes, Borneo and Sumatra. - (Some light staining as usual). - A fine copy.Tiele 1136; Cat. NHSM I, p.246; Bastin-Brommer N 360; Cat. KITLV I, p.3; Haks & Maris, Lexicon, p.273.

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      Paris, 1843. Half title in each volume. Contemporary three-quarter green morocco and cloth, gilt. Minor wear to extremities. Scattered foxing, moderately heavy at times. Very good. First French edition of this most important work of Western Americana, describing the travels of German Prince Maximilian of Wied in the United States and on the upper Missouri River in 1832-34, accompanied by Swiss artist Karl Bodmer. Prince Maximilian was already an experienced naturalist and explorer in 1832, having made an important scientific expedition to Brazil in 1815-17. His preparations for his trip to North America included retaining Karl Bodmer to prepare illustrations of the journey. Arriving in the fall of 1832, the Prince travelled across Pennsylvania and the Midwest and ascended the Missouri River in the spring of 1833. He went as far upstream as the American Fur Company post of Fort Mackenzie in present-day Montana, and spent the winter at Fort Clark, near the Mandan Indian villages. During this prolonged stay, he and Bodmer had ample opportunity to observe the Indian tribes of the upper Missouri in their full glory, carefully recorded by Bodmer in watercolors. In the spring of 1834 they returned to Europe, and devoted the next five years to preparing the text and plates for this publication. Often eclipsed by the famous Bodmer atlas of the expedition, Maximilian's text remains one of the most important western travel narratives of the fur trade era, and a rare book in its own right.

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        Les Burgraves, trilogie. Erste Auflage 1843. Mit beigebundener Vor- u. Hinterseite des ursprünglichen Umschlages

      Paris: E. Michaud 1843 - Priv.-HLDr. auf 5 Blindbünde, ornamentale Rückenverzierung, Sachnameschildchen, gemusterte Deckenbezug, vergoldeter Kopfschnitt; xxix, 188 Seiten, 8°, Umschlag wenig beschmutzt und an den Rändern mäßig eingerissen. Besitzeranmerkungen mit Bleistift auf Schmutztitelseite. Seiten stellenweise ganz leicht stockfleckig, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Book Language/s: fr [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Terre Sainte

      Bruxelles: Societe Des Beaux-Arts, 1843. [64]p, original morocco by Schaefer, smooth back, author and title within volute frame to spine, title within volute frame to upper cover, volute frame to lower cover. Rubbed to extremities, covers slightly unevenly faded, small splits to outer joints but holding well., small repair to foot of spine. Internally some light oxidising to plates and text, but generally fairly bright. Complete with all plates as per list to rear with later colouring and later tissue-guards, including thirty-one full page engravings. Hage Chahine 4076. First Thus. Full Morocco. Good. Illus. by Roberts, David. Folio.

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        [AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF Tratado elemental teórico- practico de los Cónsules de España en paises etrangeros, presentado al Ministerio de Estado, por el Cónsul de S. M. en el Estado de Yucatan]

      [Campeche, 1843. Folio. Modern three-quarter red morocco and cloth, gilt. Boards bowed, light rubbing to corners and spine ends. Central horizontal crease throughout, otherwise clean. Near fine. An extensive unpublished manuscript manual of diplomacy written for the use of Spanish consuls and commercial agents stationed in foreign countries by Gerónimo Ferrer y Valls (1797-1851), then the Spanish consul and commercial agent in Campeche, Yucatan, and addressed to Antonio González y González (1792-1876), then in his second term as Spain's Prime Minister. Ferrer y Valls explains that he wrote this treatise for the benefit of his consular colleagues and trade agents, having himself profited from Agustín de Letamendi's ATRIBUCIONES CONSULARES (1835). Arranged in thirty-six chapters, the text includes examples drawn from the author's own experience in Campeche. Following a discussion of commerce in general and the history of Spanish consulates, Ferrer y Valls examines the skills required by a consul and vice consul, arguing that such a figure should also undertake the role of the commercial agent. Consular documents are examined: the bill of health for the port for which the consul was responsible, the authentication of documents, the notification of petitions, and the books to be kept. These include a letter book of ministerial correspondence and another of correspondence with authorities within the country; a register of passports issued by the consul; a log of the entry and exit of ships; a book of certificates stating the origin of goods; a register of Spanish citizens resident in the country; and a book of sea protests, proxies, deeds, wills, and other public acts. Discussion of the jurisdiction of Spanish consuls is followed by a description of consular services and fees, with a table of tariffs. A particularly interesting example of a consular report given here is a table for the first quarter of 1842 recording imports and exports shipped into and out of the port of Campeche by Spanish merchant vessels. The treatise ends with a short chapter on inventories, listing, as an example, the papers, books, and effects in the consulate at Campeche. At the time of writing this treatise Ferrer y Valls was already an established author, having published, among other works, the similarly titled TRATADO ELEMENTAL TE?"RICO-PRÁCTICO DE RELACIONES COMERCIALES... in 1833, and edited a periodical entitled TECNOL?"GICO NACIONAL DE AGRICULTURA, ARTES INDUSTRIALES, CIENCIAS, COMERCIO Y LITERATURA in 1834. That Ferrer y Valls also intended to publish this manuscript is clear: not only is it a fair copy, with only a few corrections and cross-outs, but it contains a copy of a letter from the author, and Prime Minister Antonio González y Gonzálezs reply, regarding its printing. The author estimates the cost of printing and paper for 500 copies at no more than 150 pesos and states that if the government cannot meet the expense, he would, with González's approval, arrange the printing himself. In an interesting aside, Ferrer y Valls requests transfer to the new consulate in Montevideo, as the climate in Campeche is not congenial to his health. González's reply must have come as a disappointment on both accounts: it would not be appropriate for his ministry to publish the TRATADO, as it might give the work an authority which only government-issued instructions could have on such matters; as for the transfer, no definite decision had yet been made on the establishment of a consulate in Montevideo. That Ferrer y Valls continued to write, however, is clear from the publication of his CARTAS HIST?"RICAS, FILOS?"FICAS, ESTADÍSTICAS, AGRÍCOLAS, INDUSTRIALES Y MERCANTILES in 1846. The text of the TRATADO is followed by a copy of a letter from Ferrer y Valls, dated Dec. 26, 1842, to the Secretary of the Office of the Ministry of State in Madrid, enclosing an appendix, and the Secretary's reply of March 10, 1843. The appendix includes a "Copy of the case relative to the dispatch of passports to Spanish subjects by the commercial agent of Spain in Yucatan promoted by the government of the said state on 2 November 1841 and ended in favour of the representative of her majesty on 14 October 1842;" "A verbal claim made by the commercial agent of Spain in Yucatan on 18 October 1842 to the commander of the first division of operations for excluding the Spanish subject Juan Gual from the armed services;" and "A preventive communication directed by the commercial agent of Spain in Yucatan to the general in chief of the Mexican expeditionary troops and naval forces of the same state" of November 1842. A marvelous inside view of Spanish diplomatic relations, written in Mexico in the mid-19th century.

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        La Normandie

      Edition illustrated 150 in text labels engraved on wood and inset 24 (including 2 cards) engraved on steel by Morel-Fatio, Tellier, Gigoux, Daubigny, Debon, H. Bellangé and Alfred Johannot. It also contains 8 additional colored engravings, 2 of 6 coats of arms and costumes, which are not found in the first edition of 1843. The special covers have been preserved in chromolithography.Binding in full black sheepskin contemporary. Back with nerves decorated with decorated boxes and nets. boards decorated with a series of frames. Very broad and rich interior frieze. White Paper moiré care. Gilt edges. Fairly rare spots in the margins on a white paper remained, despite a brown notebook. The paper of this book is mostly brown and scorched, we appreciate all the more the right freshness of all this copy. Rubbing a few nerves, and flat caps.Ex-dono: Remembrance Mr. library Count of Roucy, offered Monsieur Lanian. Count of Roucy. Paris June 27, 1868. Ernest Bourdin 1844 Fort in-8 (16,5x26,5cm) 652pp. relié

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        History of the War in Afghanistan

      London: Thomas Brooks, 1843. First. Hardcover. VG+. from its commencement to its close including a general skets of the policy and the various circumstances which induced the British government to interfere in the affairs of Afghanistan from the journals and letters of an officer high in rank and who has served many years in the Indian army. 412 pp. Folding map before chapter 1, frontis ill. Rebound in green cloth with gilt stamped leather spine label. Some foxing to frontis and last 2pp of text. VG+.

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        Personal Narrative of the Campaigns in Affghanistan

      Dublin, William Curry 1843 - Sinde, Beloochistan, etc. detailed in a series of letters by the late Col William H Dennie .with an appendix containing Col Dennie's correspondence with Lord Keane, Sir Henry Fane, etc. 223 pp, folding map. Narrative of the war from a soldier present. A valuable record of military operations in the countries west of the Indus. VG in orig. blindstamped cloth. Spine tips professionally strengthened. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Allgemeine pharmaceutische Zeitschrift, oder das Neueste und Wissenswürdigste aus dem Gebiete der Pharmacie und praktischen Chemie. Unter Mitwirkung der tüchtigsten praktischen Chemiker in zwanglosen Heften herausgegeben von Dr. Willibald Artus. Estes bis sechsunddreißigstes Heft in neun Bänden.

      Weimar: Verlag von Bernhard Friedrich Voigt, 1843 - 1860. - Je Heft ca 180 Seiten mit gelegentlichen Abbildungen auf Tafeln. Vollständige Folge von 36 Heften in 9 Bänden, die unter diesem Titel in Weimar bei Voigt erschienen sind. (Es folgten noch zwei Bände unter dem Titel: Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Pharmacie, Pharmakologie und Toxikologie. Hrsg. von W. Artus und H. Eydam, bei Basse in Quedlingburg1861 - 1864). Je vier Hefte ergeben einen Band, dieser durch Register im vierten Heft erschlossen. Die Hefte sind gegliedert in drei Abtheilungen: 1. Originalmitteilungen, 2. Abhandlungen und Auszüge aus anderen Journalen und 3. Literatur und Kritiken. Titel gestempelt, alte Standortsignaturen auf den Rücken, sonst gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 5500 20, 5 x 13, 5 cm, zeitgenössische mit Marmorpapier bezogene Pappbönde, mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln auf Rückenschildern. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Karl Julius GRÄTZ (1843 Frankfurt am Main 1912), Zug der Künstler nach Frankfurt

      - Karl Julius GRÄTZ (1843 Frankfurt am Main 1912), Zug der Künstler nach Frankfurt -- Technik: -- Aquarell und Tusche auf Papier, unten links signiert und datiert: "J Grätz im December 1862. ". -- Maße: -- 22,2 x 53,7 cm -- Zustand: -- Sehr guter Zustand, die Ränder teils alt beschnitten, aber kurz außerhalb oder auf der originalen Umrahmung in Feder. -- Beschreibung: -- Ein Umzug bunter Gestalten folgt dem Schild nach Frankfurt. An der Spitze schreitet stolz ein junger Herr mit einemFederhut. Sein Gesicht verrät zwar Skepsis, dennoch folgt er entschlossen der Richtung. Hinter ihm sorgen zweiMusikanten mit Gitarre und Querflöte für gute Stimmung, von der sich aber nicht alle Zugteilnehmer mitreißen lassen. Das Paar direkt hinter ihnen tut dies indes gerne " es zieht tanzend und hüpfend hinterher. Es folgen noch ein weiteresPaar in fröhlicher Stimmung und ein nachdenklicher Herr mit Sonnenschirm und kariertem Barett. Zwei Arm in Armschreitende Herren schließen den Zug, einer davon raucht eine Zigarre. Ihre selbstgefällige Art weiß Grätz gekonnt inSzene zu setzen. Die Schuhe des hinteren Rauchers charakterisiert er treffend als "Maabootscher", womit in derhessischen Mundart übergroße Schuhe gemeint sind. Bekannt wurde Karl Julius Grätz dank seiner Kirchenausmalungen u. a. im Frankfurter Dom, in der Stadtkirche inKronberg und in der Stadtkirche in Bamberg. Es waren jedoch nicht ausschließlich die sakralen Gebäude, die er mitseiner Malerei verzierte. Bald wurde er auch unter Restaurant-, Wein-, und Bierstubenbesitzern wegen seines Talentsfür satirische Darstellungen bekannt. Zu seinen Aufträgen in Frankfurt gehörten wohl auch eine Bierstube zur Stadt Ulmund ein Restaurant Kaisergarten. In Neckargemünd malte er Wanddekorationen in der Griechischen Weinstube desWeingroßhändlers Julius Menzer. Sowohl das Format der Zeichnung als auch ihre karikaturhafte Form der Darstellung lassen vermuten, dass es sich hierum eine Skizze zum Wandgemälde eines solchen Lokals handelt. Es ist ein bunt gemischter Zug aller Nationen undgesellschaftlichen Gruppen. Der Musikant mit dem schiefen Zylinder sucht im Vorbeiziehen Blickkontakt mit demBetrachter. Es ist eine Einladung, sich dem fröhlichen Eroberungszug nach Frankfurt anzuschließen. -- [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      Philadelphia, 1843. Quarto. Contemporary black hard-grain morocco, covers with outer gilt triple fillet border, spine in five compartments with semi-raised bands, the bands highlighted with tooling in gilt and flanked by double fillets in blind, lettered in gilt in the second compartment, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Very good. Provenance: John H. Edmonds (Leicester, Mass., inscription, dated 1901). "The first American journal completely devoted to fruit" (OAK SPRING POMONA) and one of the rarest American works illustrated with handcolored lithographs: this copy from the de luxe colored issue and including the very rare second volume. Only one complete set of this short-lived high quality periodical is recorded as having sold at auction in the past twenty-five years. It was launched under the patronage of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society as a quarterly journal dedicated to fruit and fruit growing in the United States. Hoffy intended that each annual volume should be made up of two sections. The first to include text with wood-engraved illustrations covering all aspects of fruit growing: reporting on the latest varieties, discussions of their relative merits, papers on pests and diseases of fruit, etc. The second section was to include accurate and beautiful lithographic plates of individual varieties, handcolored or uncolored, each plate to be faced by one or more pages of descriptive text including useful (and historically important) lists of the various names by which the varieties are known. The work was sold at seven $7 per annum if paid in advance, or $2 per part for the four parts, for the "Best or Colored Edition"; or $4 in advance or $1.25 per issue for the uncolored version. The present volume contains all that was published (five quarterly parts) of a work that seems to have foundered because it was too expensive for the market at which it was aimed. It includes plates of thirteen (of fourteen) varieties of apple, two apricot, four cherry, three grape, fifteen pear, twelve peach, seven plum, and two (of three) strawberry. "Alfred Hoffy worked for several printers of lithographs in Philadelphia. Among other subjects, he drew several portraits, including one of the original Siamese twins, Eng and Chang, in 1837, but his enthusiasm for recording fruit trees seems to have taken up a good deal of his time. His ORCHARDIST'S COMPANION was the first American journal completely devoted to fruit and its cultivation" - Sandra Raphael, AN OAK SPRING POMONA, p.155. After the failure of the present work, Hoffy went on to make two other attempts at publishing similar works. In 1851 he published THE AMERICAN POMOLOGIST (with ten plates), and in 1860 he tried again with THE NORTH AMERICAN POMOLOGIST which included thirty-six plates, including the ten issued in 1851. Copies of the present work vary in collation. It was issued in parts, but Hoffy recommended that subscribers eventually bind the parts into two separate volumes for each year: one of preliminary text, and a second containing the plates and their "descriptive pages" - this explains the subtitles to the first two titles ("Vol. I April. 1841" and "Vol. 2 April. 1841"). The third title is subtitled "Volume 2" and is dated "1842- 3." Wainwright notes that Hoffy issued parts of THE ORCHARDIST'S COMPANION on a quarterly schedule beginning in 1841, with each part containing twelve illustrations of fruit. The final installment of the work, which raised the total to sixty plates, is particularly rare. In the present copy all the text and the plates are in a single volume. Despite Hoffy's attempts at similar efforts, enthusiasm for his pomological productions waned. "Patronized by an impressive list of subscribers headed by the President of the United States, endorsed by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, and the recipient of a silver medal awarded by the American Institute of New York, THE ORCHARDIST'S COMPANION nevertheless withered on the vine for lack of adequate support" - Wainwright. Cost was certainly a factor; though great plans were laid, no further additions to THE ORCHARDIST'S COMPANION were forthcoming. Still, Hoffy was successful in creating an American fruit book of considerable beauty that became an early benchmark for the genre.

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        Nouveau syllabaire,, ornee de 26 figures elegamment coloriees, et contenant: des exercices pour apprendre a epeler et a lire, de petits contes, des fables, des dialogues et des prieres,

      Berlin, Winckelmann, 1843 - mit 23 (von 26) handkolorierte Lithographien (alle Buchstaben von a bis Z vorhanden), ohne Text SEHR SELTENES ABC-BUCH, Wegehaupt I, 1656, hübsch und sorgfältig, koloriert, die Buchstaben mit zahlreichen mehrsprachigen Beispielswörter in unterschiedlicher Typographie, ohne das Titelblatt, die Blätter teilweise etwas fingerfleckig, 2 Blätter mit merklichen Flecken auf der Vorderseite, einige Blätter mit hinterlegten Einrissen und ein Blatt rückwärtig mit datiertiertem (1847) Besitzvermerk, der Einband insbesondere an den Kanten berieben und leicht lichtrandig, der Buchrücken etwas lädiert Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 19x15 (Querformat), grüne Pp der Zeit, [Attributes: First Edition]

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        JUDAH’S LION

      New York; John S. Taylor 1843 - Publishers cloth. 12mo. 358 pages. 19 cm. First US edition. Singerman 0833. This novel is considered to be the first English language ‘Zionist Novel’ (it predates George Eliot’s ‘Daniel Deronda’ by thirty years); the story concerns the return of an English Jew (Alick) to the Holy Land; it binds together English and Jewish history.This was the last novel the author wrote. Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna (1790-1846) wrote on the plight of English factory workers, was well known in her time for her novels and her Orange-Protestant essays and poems, was passionate about gardening, a pioneer of deaf education, and also wrote children’s stories. In her later years she defended the rights of Judaism, and in her last three years was a close friend of Moses Montefiore, owing to her fundraising on behalf of the Jews of Mogador in 1844 (she raised the most money of anyone for the Jewish community in the besieged Moroccan coastal city), her public protest against the policies of Tsar Nicholas I towards Jews, and her 1844 letter to the Bishop of Jerusalem, entitled ‘Israel’s Ordinances.’ "As Tonna’s health deteriorated rapidly, the Montefiores became devoted friends. When she set out on her final journey to Ramsgate from London, it was Montefiore who bade her farewell at the train station and handed her a basket of grapes." (Pg. 215; ‘Moses Montefiore: Jewish Liberator, Imperial Hero’; by Abigail Green). Her work, "Days of Old,’ by Charlotte Elizabeth (Mrs. Tonner)" was part of the sixth volume published by the American Jewish Publication Society in 1847 (Jewish Miscellany no. VI; which also includes two works by Isaac Leeser, "Rachel Levi, A Tale" and "The Jews and Their Religion"), two years after the society was founded by Isaac Leeser (EJ 1906; American Jewish Publication Society). Bound in black cloth with gilt title on spine. Subjects: Jews - Fiction. Fiction (English). Bound in original cloth with gilt title on spine. Subjects: Jews - Fiction. Fiction (English). OCLC lists 17 copies. Residue at top of title page, old damp stains, Cloth remains very good, Overall Good+ condition. (AMR-39-32) xxx [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wilhelm REUTER (1768 Hildesheim-Berlin 1834). Frau mit Tuch, 1818

      - Wilhelm Hecht (1843 Ansbach - Linz/Donau 1920). Sankt Wolfgang und der Teufel beim Kirchenbau, nach Moritz von Schwind. Radierung auf aufgewalztem Chinapapier. -- Technik: -- Radierung auf aufgewalztem Chinapapier. unten links in der Platte bezeichnet: "M. v. Schwind", unten rechts in der Platte signiert: "W. Hecht sct. ", unten bezeichnet: "Sanct Wolfgang und der Teufel beim Kirchenbau. ". -- Maße: -- Platte: 22 x 13,1 cm. Platte: 27,6 x 17,2 cm Papier: 35,4 x 28,6 cm -- Zustand: -- Beschreibung: -- Wenige Künstler des 19. Jahrhunderts haben sich so hingebungsvoll dem bizarren Fabulieren hingegeben wie Moritz von Schwind. Seine von Märchenwesen bevölkerten Bildwelten ergehen sich in einer grotesk gesteigerten Ausschmückung, die weder vor dem Personal noch vor der Umgebung halt macht. Sein Rübezahl ist hierfür ein treffendes Beispiel: Der schrullige Einsiedler mit seinem Lanzen-Bart und der riesigen Herku-les-Keule durchstreift in seinen Holzpantinen einen verwunschenen Wald, in dem jeder Baum ebenso viel Charakter hat wie Rübezahl selbst. Je knorriger und verschlungener, desto besser. Dieses Aufgehen in dem Durcheinander der Linien, die sich zu immer komplexeren Gebilden verdichten, findet man auch in den beiden anderen hier gezeigten Blättern und es ist das große Verdienst von Wilhelm Hecht gerade diese Art mit jeder einzelnen Linie zu erzählen, nachvollzogen zu haben. Im Blatt Wieland der Schmied findet sie sich in den Felsen wieder und bei Sankt Wolfgangs Kirchenbau sind es das üppige Blatt-werk und die einzelnen Äste, die in ihrer Dynamik zu eigenständigem Personal werden. Gerade solch ein Blatt zeigt aber auch Schwinds hohe Begabung für die pointierte Darstellung. Der sich abmühende und hechelnd dem Betrachter die Zunge rausstreckende Teufel wird kongenial mit dem Heiligen kontrastiert, der in sich ruhend die Maurerkelle bereit hält und dabei fast schon selbst zum Bauschmuck geworden ist. Gleiches gilt für den Rübezahl, der in seiner schrulligen Wanderschaft so viel in sich ruhende Unbekümmertheit offenbart, die Schwind durch kleine Details wie die runter gerutschten Socken oder die Knochen in der Hosentasche verdeutlicht. Alle drei Gemälde Schwinds, nach denen Wilhelm Hecht die vorliegenden Graphiken schuf, erwarb Adolf Friedrich Graf von Schack für seine Sammlung. Rübezahl und St. Wolfgang gehörten zu einem 25 Bilder umfassenden Konvolut, das er 1869 direkt vom Künstler kaufen konnte. Schwind nannte sie Reisebilder und schuf sie ohne Auftraggeber aus privatem Anlass. Dies mag auch das unkonventionelle Erscheinungsbild dieser Bilder erklären. Hier konnte er sich ganz seiner Lust am Phantastischen überlassen und in skurrilen Formen und Bildwelten schwelgen. -- [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments,

      Glasgow: Mackenzie White, & Co,, 1843. according to the authorised version; with explanatory notes, practical observations, and copious marginal references. A new edition, with an introductory essay, and numerous critical, explanatory, and practical. By the Rev. William Symington. 2 volumes, quarto (310 x 245 mm). Contemporary red pebble-grained morocco, spines in compartments with gilt titles direct, boards elaborately panelled in blind with a cathedral-style motif enclosing a detailed gilt vignette of St Paul's Cathedral on the front boards and a cross on the rear boards, all edges gilt, inner gilt dentelles, yellow endpapers. Steel-engraved frontispiece and 12 other plates, including three maps coloured in outline. Partial tanning to endpapers, occasional light foxing to contents. An excellent set. A very handsomely bound early Victorian Bible. Church of England clergyman and biblical scholar Thomas Scott (1747?-1821) first published his commentary of the Bible in 1788?-92. "Scott saw the Bible as inspired by the Holy Spirit, but he also claimed a divine-human encounter in which each writer contributed of his own individuality to what was written. He also stressed the need to read each part in that sense in which it is proposed as truth, recognizing the presence of differing genres in the various books. He sought to reinforce interpretation by confirmatory cross-reference and insisted on the primacy of doctrine and precept over fact" (ODNB).

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        American Archives: Fourth Series. Containing a documentary History of The English Colonies in North America, from The King' s Message to Parliament, of March 7, 1774, to the Declaration of Independence by the United States. Volume IV.

      Washington 1843 - CXV, 1792 p., halbfranz

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        Souvenirblatt, Gesamtansicht umgeben von 9 Teilansichten, "Swinemünde".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Loeillot n. Peters b. Dietze in Anklam u. Schwinemünde, dat. 1843, 36 x 49 Hannes, Historische Ansichten von Swinemünde ., Nr. 27. - Mittig schöne Gesamtansicht von Swinemünde. Die Randansichten zeigen: Rathaus, Strand von Heringsdorf, Männerbad, Schiffahrts Kommissions Gebäude, Leuchtturm, drei Kronen, Golm von unten gesehen, Gesellschaftshaus, Lootsenturm.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        South Australia Shewing the Division into Counties of the Settled Portions of the Province from the Surveys of Captn Frome R.l Survr. Genl. of the Colony 1842.

      Arrowsmith,, London: 1843 - Folding map of South Australia showing the area from Eyre Peninsula eastwards to the Coorong. Details include place names and vegetation notes. Relief shown by hachures and some spot heights. Nine counties are highlighted in yellow, blue or red and include Flinders, Stanley, Gawler, Light, Eyre, Adelaide, Sturt, Hindmarsh and Russell. Edward John Eyre's tracks of 1838 and 1840 appear in red outline, along with Captain Frome's tracks of 1842. The Kapunda Copper mine has yet to be established, the map being done about the time it was discovered. 19 3/4 x 24" plus margin. Period folds, outline hand color, lithographed map. John Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square, London, published 10th July 1843. Tooley cites 3 editions, but not this particular one: Tooley 1444 (1858); 1447 (1840); 112 (1839). Libraries Australia ID 21422092.

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        A fine collection of proceedings, reports and related papers in the immediate aftermath of the 'Disruption'

      1843. Six items in one volume, each published in Edinburgh or Glasgow, and all 1843. Original dark green cloth, neatly rebacked and lettered to match. In very good state of preservation, sometime in the Presbyterian Historical Society's> library with the bookplate on front pastedown. The collection comprises: 1. Proceedings of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland; with a sketch of the Proceedings of the Residuary Assembly>. Edited by the Rev. John Baillie, lately of Fogo. Edinburgh: W.P. Kennedy. 1843. 8vo., (2) + 254pp. The first Assembly of the Free Church held on 18 May 1843. 2. Report of the Financial Committee to the General Assembly of 1843: being the first Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland. Read by Dr. Chalmers, on Monday, May 29, 1843>. n.p. [Edinburgh?], n.d. [1843]. 8vo., caption title, (4) + 19 + (1)pp. [See Watt 159]. 3. Proceedings of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, held at Glasgow, October 17, 1843>. Glasgow: William Collins. 1843. 8vo., (2) + 182pp. The second Assembly of the Free Church. 4. CHALMERS, Thomas> A sermon preached at the opening of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, holden at Glasgow, 17th October, 1843>. [Glasgow?, 1843]. 8vo., 23 + (1)pp. [See Watt 166]. 5. Roll of Members of the General Assembly of the Free church of Scotland, held at Glasgow, October, 1843>. Glasgow: William Collins. 1843. 8vo., 32pp. 6. Free Church of Scotland. Report of the Financial Committee to the General Assembly of 1843: being the second Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland. Read by Dr. Chalmers, at Glasgow, on the 23d October 1843>. 8vo., 8pp. Following a bruising battle between the Church of Scotland and the government over the appointment of clergy to parochial posts and the right of local congregations to have a veto, Thomas Chalmers, in May 1843, led some 470 ministers - over a third of the total - and perhaps half the lay membership out of the Scottish establishment to form the Free Church of Scotland. 'It was an impressive demonstration of sacrifice for a principle, and the size of the secession owed much to Chalmers's influence. He became the first moderator of the Free Church general assembly and his reputation helped to bring international support to the Free Church. The Disruption was in one sense a tragedy, breaking up the unity of the national Church of Scotland. But in another sense it was a glorious moment in the religious history of Scotland, a dramatic assertion of the rights of congregations to have a voice in the selection of their ministers and, more significantly, an assertion of the spiritual independence of the church under the sole headship of Christ.' [Stewart J. Brown in ODNB]. The present group of papers provides a comprehensive and detailed account of the first six months of the Free Church.

      [Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books]
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        1844, auf das Schalt - Jahr,.

      Berlin Köni Preuss Kalender Deputat 1843 - gest. Frontisp., 12 Bll., 428 SS.; 1 Bl., 98 SS.; 104 SS. und 6 Ansichten in Stst. sowie 1 mehrf. gefalt. lithogr. Karte, 1 schematischer lithogr. Plan und 1 lithogr. kol. Stadtplan von Berlin, 8° (17,6 x 14 cm), roter Maroquin- GLdr.- Bd. im St. d. Zt. m. reicher Deckel- und Rückenvergoldung sowie Ganzgoldschnitt ( l. ber. u. best. ). Enthält neben Kalendarium, Postkursen und der "Genealogie der regierenden hohen Hä Europa" eine Beschreibung "Die Wiedereroberung Frankfurts durch die Preußen und Hessen im Jahre 1792. Ein kriegsgeschichtlicher Versuch", "Statistische Übersicht der Stadt Berlin" und "Wallensteins Auftreten in der Mark Brandenburg. Nach archivalischen Quellen". - Die Stahlstiche mit 1 Portrait v. Maria ( Kronprinzessin zu Bayern ) und Ansichten von Hohenschwangau, Schloß Eltz, Eltville, Andernach, Schloß Langenau/Lahn, Igeler Säule bei Trier. Besonders zu erwähnen der farb. Stadtplan von Berlin, der die Entwicklung der Stadt von den ersten Häusern um 1200 bis zur Zeit Friedrich Wilh. III aufzeigt. - Ohne den gestochenen Titel und mit neueren Vorsätzen. Der dekorative Einband des großformatigen Kalenders mit goldgepr. Eckfleurons und Deckelfil. sowie fünf goldgepr. kassettierten Rückenornamenten. - In dieser Form selten!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Atten opbyggelige Taler.

      Kjøbenhavn 1843-45. 8vo. Samtidig helshirtingbind med ryggforgylling i tidens stil. 52, 62, 84, 59, 70, 111 s.. Himmelstrup 85.Mangler fellestittelbladet. Bindet slitt ved kapitélene og hjørnene støtt

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        Memorials of Affghanistan;

      Calcutta: Messrs. Ostell and Lepage [printed at the Bishop's College Press],, 1843. being State Papers, Official Documents, Dispatches, Authentic Narratives, etc. Illustrative of the British Expedition to, and Occupation of, Afghanistan and Scinde, between the Years 1838 and 1842. Octavo (213 × 142 mm). Contemporary native binding, burgundy half skiver, green diapered cloth, title gilt to spine which is divided into 6 compartments by paired thick and thin gilt rules, green endpapers. Lithographed frontispiece and 4 folding lithographic plans. Half-title bound in. Just a little rubbed at the extremities, light browning and a scatter of pale foxing, a very good copy indeed in bright, unrestored contemporary condition. First and only edition, of this exceedingly uncommon work on the First Afghan War, around 24 copies on OCLC, but just 2 appearances at auction in the last 20 years. Essentially "an attempt to connect the Proclamations, Official Dispatches, Orders and Notifications, written and published during the eventful period which these campaigns embrace", in order to "facilitate the references, and render light the investigations of the Soldier, the Politician, and the Student" (preface). Includes a first-hand account of the murder of 'Bokhara' Burnes written by his servant, Bowh Singh. The author is an intriguing figure, Stocqueler first travelled out to Bombay in 1819 to join the army, but in 1824 bought himself out and entered Indian literary circles, over the next twenty years or so being involved in journalism, the Indian public library movement, and theatrical promotions, interspersed with fairly frequent periods of insolvency. While based in Calcutta during the 1830s he was proprietor of the newspaper The Englishman, editor of both the Bengal Sporting Magazine, and the East India United Services Journal, was involved in the establishment of the Calcutta Public Library and also in the promotion of the highly popular Sans Souci theatre. However, late 1841 found him in the Debtor's Prison, and soon after he sold up The Englishman and in 1843 returned to England, where he enthusiastically threw himself into London literary life. He was a prolific writer, producing reference books based on his travels and military exploits, serial novels, biographies of Wellington and Sir William Nott, popular theatrical spectacles for Astley's Amphitheatre, and commentaries for the dioramas at German Reed's Royal Gallery of Illustration. Despite his apparent success, Stocqueler again faced bankruptcy and fled the country for America, where he lived on and off until his death in 1886 under the assumed name of Siddons, claiming to be the illegitimate grandson of the great actress Sarah Siddons. The text is prefaced by an eight-page subscriber's list containing the names of such notables as Vincent Eyre, the famous Kabul prisoner; Henry Havelock, William Mayne, who served in the campaign with the Army of the Indus, and with Sale's Brigade at Jalalabad, later commander of the Hyderabad Contingent of the Nizam's forces; James Skinner of Skinner's Horse fame; Meadows Taylor, author of Confessions of a Thug; and Henry Yule, the linguist, geographer and author of the wonderful Hobson-Jobson. Also listed are some twenty-one book clubs established by native infantry regiments. This copy with the ownership inscription of William Anley, who is recorded in the The Bengal and Agra Annual Guide and Gazetteer for 1842 as an attorney and public notary practising from an address in Esplanade Row, Calcutta, the location of the Town Hall, Government House, and the High Court, and described by Eliza Fay who recorded her impressions of the city in 1817, as seeming to be "composed entirely of palaces … occupied by the principal gentlemen in the settlement" (Original Letters from India, p. 239). Anley would have been a neighbour of Stocqueler's as The Englishman had offices on Esplanade Row.

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        Le Hachych

      Paulin, Paris 1843 - Octavo, ms. inscription on title; a couple of dampstains in margins at start, otherwise a fine copy in the original printed yellow wrappers, worn at spine. Presentation copy of the very rare first edition of this utopian hymn to hashish.In the early 1840s the French psychiatrist Moreau had begun studying the possible therapeutic applications of hashish, in the process installing himself as purveyor to the famous Club des Hachichins, an elegant coterie presided over by author and dilettante Gautier. But it fell to the well-known surgeon and republican socialist Lallemand to write the first European work to use the drug as its basic plot device.The work purports to be a translation from an Arabic manuscript which the author has discovered in his cabin whilst sailing for Marseille. It veers between the sensational and the doctrinal, particularly in its fundamental conceit that hashish not only provides consolation for the present, but an intimation and aspect of the future.This copy is inscribed by Lallemand to "Monsieur Breton", in distinctive sepia ink, with a flourish that zig-zags across the word Hachych: this must be a deliberate echo of the closing lines of the novel: 'Il n'existe, d'ailleurs, d'autre trace de signature qu'un énorme zigzag allant jusqu'au bas de la page, et annoncant, selon toute apparence, un violent désir de s'étendre sur le matelas dont il a été parlé?'.The book had some success and was republished in 1848 almost identically, but with the extra title Révolutions Politiques et Sociales. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Fine large bust-length portrait lithograph by Zéphirin Belliard (1798-?1857)

      Paris: Lith. de Grégoire et Deneux. [1843-1851]. The composer is depicted in formal dress holding a quill pen poised over a leaf of blank music manuscript paper. "F. Halévy" printed to foot of image. 292 x 355 mm. Minor browning to edges. A fine impression on wove paper with large margins. . Published in the series "Célébrités contemporaines." A French composer, teacher and writer on music, Halévy was a pupil of both Cherubini and Méhul. His pupils at the Conservatoire included Gounod, Bizet, Lecocq and Saint-Saëns. Of Jewish parentage, his first serious grand opera, La Juive, became the greatest success of his career.

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        Specielle Beschreibung der Heilquellen, Mineralbäder und Molkenkur-Anstalten des Königreichs Bayern.

      München, Selbstverlag, (1843). - 8°, circa 20,8 x 13 cm. X, 372 SS., mit 5 (3 gefalteten) lith. Tafeln, 1 Holzstich-Tafel und 1 ganzseitigen Textholzschnitt Grünes Leder d. Zt. mit Rücken-, Deckel- und Stehkantenvergoldung, Goldschnitt Erste Ausgabe der sehr hübsch ausgestatteten Dokumentation mit Ansichten von Ludwigsbad bei Wipfeld, Schäftlarn, Rosenheim, Greifenberg am Ammersee, Brunnthal in München-Bogenhausen, Wildbad bei Wemding und Krumbad. Dieses Exemplar in sehr dekorativem Einband stammt aus der herzöglichen Bibliothek der Wittelsbacher in Schloss Tegernsee, am Rücken das typische Etikett. Rücken und Deckel mit Romantikervergoldung. - Gut erhalten, teils etwas fleckig, meist jedoch sauber. Sehr dekorativ. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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