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        Geological of New York, Part 1: Comprising the Geology of the First District with 32 hand-colored plates and maps (Natural History of New York series)

      Albany: Carroll and Cook, . First edition. 1843 - Pp. xxxvii, 653; 45 full page lithographed plates and maps, (32 are hand-colored, 8 maps and geological charts are very large and folding), some text-figures and charts. Publisher’s original dark brown cloth lettered in gilt on the spine, ornately blind-stamped and with a gilt motif of an invertebrate fossil emblazoned on the front cover, and a gilt map of the world on the spine, original clay-coated yellow endpapers, 4to. This is the rare hand-colored version of the Geology of New York, Part 1. The first district of New York is the populated area surrounding New York City. The first map is a very large hand-colored folding topographical and geology map of Long and Staten Islands and the island of New York (this fine map is sometimes missing from this work). Numerous other geological maps and geological sections all show the original hand-coloring. Most of the folding maps and folding sections do not appear to have been opened. Ornate armorial book plate on the front attached endpaper, no other ownership marks and few signs of use. Rare work seldom offered. The binding is very bright and clean, there is some occasional light foxing to the first large folding map, one of the other folding maps has some light browning to the margins; a bright, tight and clean copy in near fine condition.

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        Findens' Tableaux of National Characters, Beauty, and Costume. Containing a Series of Sixty-one Beautiful Illustrations. [ Complete in 2 Volumes. Fine Bindings ]

      London: Printed for the Proprietor By T. G. March , 1843. Complete in 2 volumes. Books measure 14 x 10 1/2 inches. 209pp, 61 full page plates. Bound by [ John Dale & Co. Bradford ], in full crushed blue morocco, raised bands, gilt title lettering, blind rulled lines, inner dentelles, full gilt edges, coloured endpapers. Calf very light rubbed, some marking on boards. Both bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, some light spotting or browning to plates, most plates very clean. Text and plates in good clean condition. A very nice set, in very attractive period bindings. . Full Period Calf. Very Good. Large Quarto.

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        Sermons on the Holy Catholic Church and Its Privileges [signed]

      James Burns, Simkin Marshall, Addisons ,, and Bailey, London, Preston, Liverpool 1843 - xv, 244 pages. Fair condition only, with spine perished and boards all but detached. Foxing to first few and final few leaves, pastedowns grubby. Textblock remains secure. Bookplate of Rev. John Cunningham to front pastedown, with authorial gift inscription to him on verso of front free endpaper. List of subscribers pp xi-xv. An interesting copy of an uncommon work: At time of publication the author was curate of Childwall [Liverpool], in 1845 he was preferred from there to the perpetual curacy of St. Philip's, Stepney - to the library of which he donated this copy [head of title page]. In early March 1847, evidently in haste, he re-gifted it to one Rev. John Cunningham: "My Dear Cunningham, As I promised you a copy of my Sermons on the Church, and as I have not one by me at present, I will give you the one in the library, and replace it. Yours ever faithfully, James Bonwell". It is most likely that this is the Rev. John Cunningham [b. London 1823] who sailed from England on the brigg Queen to arrive "in St. John's after a stormy six weeks passage May 1847" to assume pastoral duties among the communities around Burgeo Newfoundland [Newfoundland Quarterly, Vital Statistics of Burgeo, Rev. H.W. Cunningham ed.]. Rev. John Cunningham ministered there until 1894, assisted by his son H. W. from 1884-1891. The Rev. Henry Ward Cunningham would go on to be rector of St. George's church in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In that capacity he is now most noted for presiding over numerous Titanic-related services and accompanying the Minia (and her Captain his parishoner) on the quest to recover bodies around that disaster site. The deck chair the Minia crew salvaged was given to Cunningham in appreciation; his family later donated it to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax. He eventually settled in Hantsport, Nova Scotia. We are sorry to report that from 1859 the Rev. James Bonwell is most noted for (while married) the seduction of a young woman and the disposal of their offspring. Size: 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Observations sur le projet de loi relatif aux aliénés.

      - In-8 de 2 ff.n.ch. et 84 pp.ch. ; demi-basane verte, dos à nerfs portant les initiales P.L. (pour le docteur Pierre Léculier). On trouve reliés à la suite : DU MÊME. Considérations générales sur les maladies mentales. Paris, Imprimerie A. Henry), 1843. In-8 de 84 pp.ch. DU MÊME. Visite à l?établissement d?aliénés d?Illenau (près Achern, Grand-Duché de Bade), et considérations générales sur les asiles d?aliénés. Paris, Imprimerie de Bourgogne et Martinet, 1845. In-8 de 96 pp.ch. et 1 plan. DU MÊME. De la non existence de la monomanie. Paris, Rignoux, 1854. In-8 de 23 pp.ch. DU MÊME. Leçons cliniques de médecine mentale faites à l?hospice de la Salpêtrière. Première partie (et seule parue) Symptomatologie générale des maladies mentales. Paris, J.-B. Baillière, 1854. In-8 de VIII et 270 pp.ch. DU MÊME. De la congestion apoplectiforme et de l?épilepsie. Paris, J.-B. Baillière et Fils, 1861. In-8 de 20 pp.ch. Semelaigne, I, p. 179. Bel ensemble de travaux par le célèbre aliéniste Jean-Pierre Falret, tous ici en édition originale. Couvertures conservées (sauf pour De la non existence de la monomanie). Dos passé. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Twee Overlanders, [set title: Various ships and views of Amsterdam].

      "From a set of views of Amsterdam and boats; this plate shows a couple of 'overlanders' or houseboats. Titled on the bottom: 'Twee Overlanders' numbered on the bottom right: '12'."."Etching and dry needle on paper; trimmed to plate, total: 137 x 247 mm. Only state, some very light foxing. Watermark with eagle. Hollstein 64, Bartsch 98, Weigel 1843, p. 256."

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        [Five Christmas Books:] A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being A Ghost Story of Christmas; The Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home; The Battle of Life. A Love Story; The Chimes: A Goblin Story of Some Bells That Rang An Old Year Out and A New Year In; The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain. A Fancy for Christmas-Time.

      London: Chapman & Hall, MDCCCXLIII (1843); London: Bradbury & Evans, 1846; London: Bradbury & Evans, MDCCCXLVI (1846); London: Chapman & Hall, MDCCCXLV (1845); London: Bradbury & Evans, 1848. 5 vols., 8vo., Please see below for the discussion of states and pagination. All volumes in original publisher's cloth, each book in very good condition, with bright gilt on covers and backstrips. A Christmas Carol in it's original light-brown and vertically ribbed cloth, with all edges gilt, and green endpapers, shows some slight rubbing at foot and crown of backstrip, with minor foxing near plates, and contemporary owner's signature to first free endpaper, but otherwise bright; very good. The remainder of the Christmas Books are uniformly bound in vertically ribbed red cloth, gilt stamping and lettering on covers and backstrips; all edges gilt. The Chimes with inconsequential rubbing and a touch of wear at corners and slight occasional foxing near outer plate margins; very good. The Cricket is in marvelous condition with only a little discoloration at crown of backstrip and a stain to the lower board. The Battle of Life is largely free from mentionable defect except some slight shelf wear and a contemporary ink owner's signature to the first free endpaper. The Haunted Man reveals some shelfwear to the cloth with a small split at the tail of the lower joint and the occasional freckle of foxing, otherwise very good. All are housed in a blue morocco pull-off case with gilt titling, and each (except A Christmas Carol) has a blue cloth jacket. First editions of all five of Dickens's Christmas books. With engravings by D. Maclise, R. Doyle, C. Stanfield, J. Leech, J. Tenniel, and F. Stone, Thompson, G. Dalziel, E. Dalziel, T. Williams, Swain, and Groves. A Christmas Carol is the high point and the crucial component in any set of Dickens's Christmas Books. Dickens kept its production on a short leash and anecdotes abound about his pleasure or displeasure with the differently colored endpapers, the color of the cloth for the binding, the typography and so forth. Oddly enough, despite Dickens' personal attention to this edition, it is not a particularly well-made title. Coupled with the legions of fans who often read their copies "to death," it comes as no surprise that original and well-preserved copies of this book, in its correct state, seldom appear on the market. The Chimes, written in Genoa, Italy, was commercially more successful than A Christmas Carol and Dickens worked hard to make this second Christmas book a worthy successor. The Cricket... was grew from the idea to begin a weekly periodical which would've been called "The Cricket," though was abandoned quickly for a more important venture and the founding of The Daily News. The Cricket was wildly successful, doubling in circulation of both its predecessors. Dickens wrote The Battle of Life during a period of recuperation needed after illness attributed to over-working, despite being seriously indisposed he managed to complete the work, while working on Dombey and Son, though it was not as successful as his other Christmas books thus far. The Haunted Man... was the last of the Christmas books, and despite requiring a final rally from the author to avoid disappointing the public, the book is considered the least interesting and lowest grossing of the Christmas books, the issue of 20,000 had not completely sold when the author died. All books are in their most desirable states, as follows: A Christmas Carol...: [i-viii], [1]-166, [2, ads] pp. First edition, first issue. Green endpapers; "Stave I" on pp. 1; uncorrected text throughout; red-and-blue printed title page, with four color etchings and four woodcuts, full-page color etchings with tissue guards intact. The Chimes...: [i-viii], [1]-175, [1, imprint] pp. First edition, first issue. The name of the publishers is a part of the the vignette title page as per the first issue. 11 woodcuts in text and steel engraved frontis and titlepage. The Cricket on the Hearth...: [i-viii], [1]-174, [2, ads] pp. First edition, first issue. The advertisement leaf (pp. 175) is in the first state with the two lines above OLIVER TWIST in italics. This is especially notable as Walter E. Smith (Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth, 1983) writes that the above information is "the best indication of early copies," and that "I have found the second state of the advertisement in all but a few copies of the first edition that I reviewed" (43). With steel engraved frontis and titlepage, and 12 woodcuts in text. The Battle of Life...: [i-viii], [1-3], 4-175, [3, imprint and ads]. First edition. The present issue does not contain 'A LOVE STORY' in type below the title vignette and appears only in a scroll borne by a winged cupid. There is no type insertion to the engraved titlepage. Terminal ads announce the publication in parts of Dombey and Son, and the bound volume of Oliver Twist. In addition to the engraved frontis and titlepage there are 11 woodcuts in the text. The Haunted Man and the Ghosts Bargain...: [i-viii], [1]-188 pp., with engraved frontis and title page, and 15 woodcuts in the text. Smith II 4, 5, 6, 8, 9. Eckell 116-134.

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        A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive, Being a Connected View of the Principles of Evidence, and the Methods of Scientific Investigation. Two volumes.

      London: John W. Parker, 1843. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (221 x 142 mm). xvi, 580; xii, 624 pp. Original publisher's half cloth, spines with original printed paper labels (rebacked with original spines laid down, minor rubbing to boards and extremities, paper labels browned and soiled, spine cloth spotted, gathering b in vol. I unstitched), pages uncut. Text little age-toned, tear at lower blank margin of one leaf repaired. Provenance: both volumes inscribed to title-page versos, 'John Commins, 1845' and 'Given to Wm. Merryfield, December 24th 1859'. A very good, clean, unfoxed and unmarked set. ----Kress C.6398. FIRST EDITION of Mill's popular and infuential treatise on inductive logic. In this work Mill formulates just five principles of inductive reasoning (known as Mill's Methods) which determine whether causes and effects are connected. This method produced a system which became an important source for all the experimental sciences. Mill's book is important in the philosophy of science, and more generally, insofar as it outlines the empirical principles Mill would use to justify his moral and political philosophies. It had a strong influence on scientists such as Dirac. An article in "Philosophy of Recent Times" has described it as an 'attempt to expound a psychological system of logic within empiricist principles. - Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.

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        Memoirs of the life of John Constable, Esq. R. A.

      Composed chiefly of his letters. London : James Carpenter, 1843. First edition. Quarto, gilt-lettered half diced morocco over cloth, etched bookplate for Edgar Blackstock to front pastedown, mezzotint frontispiece portrait of Constable by Lucas, pp. [ii]; 152; a further 22 magnificent mezzotint engravings by David Lucas after Constable's paintings, light scattered foxing, a good copy. A rare and important work on Constable, published in an edition of 186 copies. Originally published as the series known as English Landscape, the mezzotints engraved by David Lucas after paintings by Constable were published between June 1830 and July 1832 and sold individually. In 1833 they were re-advertised for sale as a set, and after Constable's death in 1837, retained in the family after failing to sell at auction. 'The original twenty-two prints made their next appearance as illustrations to Leslie's Memoirs of the Life of John Constable, Esq. RA., published by James Carpenter in 1843, Leslie having obtained 186 sets of the prints from the Constable family in exchange for thirty copies of the finished book.' - Tate website. For a detailed history of the mezzotints see the extensive catalogue entry on the Tate Britain's website : http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/constable-lucas-a-heath-t04014

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        Antique Master Print-THE HAWK-FALCONRY-Lewis-Landseer-1843

      - Antique Master Print, titled: 'The Hawk.' - Portrait of a hawk. One of the most famous prints after Landseer. Etching / mezzotint engraving Description: Forms a pair with its companion: 'The Peregrine Falcon.' Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Charles George Lewis (1808-1880)' after 'Edwin Henry Landseer (1802-1873)'. Charles George Lewis (1808-1880) was an English engraver, who was trained in drawing and engraving by his father. Many of his best known works are after Edwin Landseer. Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802-1873) was and English painter, well known for his paintings of dogs and horses. However, his best known works are these statues: the lions on Trafalgar Square. Condition: Very good, given age. Print has been framed and matted and has some light ghosting. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPC-P3-09 The overall size is ca. 18 x 26.1 inch. The image size is ca. 15.2 x 23.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 45.8 x 66.3 cm. The image size is ca. 38.6 x 59.6 cm.

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        Historical Notes on the Lennox or Darnley Jewel: The Property of the Queen

      [London: William Nichol, Shakespeare Press, Pall Mall], 1843. First edition. Chromolithographic frontispiece by Henry Shaw. [vi], 85, [1] pp. 4to. Bound in full blue original watered cloth, stamped in gilt, a.e.g. Very fine, laid into a contemporary full crimson morocco drop box. Shaw, Henry. First edition. Chromolithographic frontispiece by Henry Shaw. [vi], 85, [1] pp. 4to. Queen Victoria bought this magnificent enamelled gold heart from the Strawberry Hill sale for £136.10 (agent Hertz), and it remains one of the most important early jewels in the Royal Collection. It is said to have been commissioned by Lady Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox (1515-78), for her husband Matthew Stewart, Earl of Lennox and Regent of Scotland, who fell in battle in 1571. Walpole's 1784 descriptive catalogue of Strawberry Hill and its contents described the jewel thus: "A golden heart set with jewels, and ornamented with emblematic figures enamelled, at Scottish mottoes; made by the order of the lady Margaret Douglas, mother of Henry lord Darnley, in memory of her husband Matthew Stuart, earl of Lenox and regent of Scotland, murdered by the papists." The present privately printed description was commissioned by Queen Victoria and features a fine chromolithographic frontispiece illustration of the jewel by Henry Shaw. Joan Evans, History of Jewellery, 1100-1870 (London: Faber and Faber, 1953), illus. p. 126; Jane Roberts, ed., Royal Treasures: a Golden Jubilee Celebration(London: The Royal Collection, 2002); not in Sinkankas

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        A Flora of the State of New York (Volume 2)

      Carroll and Cook, Printers to the Assembly, Albany 1843 - First edition. Volume 2 only. Thick quarto. [6], 572pp., with [89] lithographic plates (nos. 73-161) at the rear (one folding), and [1] lithographic title. Complete. Original gilt stamped publisher's cloth. Chipping to the board edges and joints, light scattered foxing to the endleaves and margins, very good. Beautiful, well-executed black & white lithographic botanical plates by the New York firm of George and William Endicott. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Abbildungen zu Oken`s allgemeiner Naturgeschichte für alle Stände.

      Stuttgart, Hoffmann`sche Buchh. 1843. \"2°. Titel, lith. Tit., 108 (v. 110) tlw. num. S. (Erläut. zu den Abb.). Mit 134 (v. 164) überwieg. handkolorierten, lithogr. Tafeln. Grüner Halblederband d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Titel u. 2 blindgepr. Klischees auf Rücken u. marmoriertem Bezugspapier. Einband berieben, eine Ecke fehlt, eine großteils abgelöst. Titelbl. unterlegt u. m. mehreren Knickspuren, ersten Ss. eselsohrig; durchgeh. etw. abgegriffen u. vereinz. braunfleckig. 2 Tafeln mit unterlegten Einrissen.\" \"DSB X, 196; Nissen, Zool. 3006; Horn/Schenkling 16535; Engelmann S.114.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Zoologie, Anthropologie, Ansichtenwerk, Bilderatlas, Naturgeschichte

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        Abbildungen zu Oken`s Naturgeschichte. Tafelzählung: 1 - 6; I - XXII, 1 - 96, 1 - 8; Suppl. 1 - 32.

      Stuttgart: Hoffmann o. J. (1843). Halbledereinband. 4°, Insgesamt gestochenes Titelblatt, un 163 lithographierte und in Stahlgestochene Tafeln, wovon lediglich 25 unkoloriert sind., Der Begleittext jeweils zwischen den einzeln Abschnittebn. Im Bereich der vordersten 20 Tafeln haben die Begleittextblätter teilweise wasserränder und Flecken. Die Tafeln allenfals minimal stockfleckig, meist jedoch tadellos und oft in leuchtendem Kolorit. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Tafelband, handkolorierte Stiche,

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        A Christmas Carol. In Prose.

      London: Chapman & Hall,, 1843. Being A Ghost Story of Christmas. With illustrations by John Leech. Octavo. Original light reddish-brown vertical fine-ribbed cloth, spine and front cover decorated and lettered gilt, sides stamped in blind, green endpapers, gilt edges. Housed in a red cloth chemise and red quarter morocco solander box. Hand-coloured etched frontispiece and 3 steel-engraved plates after Leech, wood-engravings within the text by W. J. Linton after Leech; title page printed in blue & red. Binding rolled and a little dulled, a few nicks to extremities of spine. A very good copy. First edition, first impression, first issue, with "Stave I" on the first page of text and green endpapers, all the first edition textual points. The binding differs from Todd's ordering in that the closest interval between blind-stamping left margin and left extremity of gilt wreath is 15 mm but the "D" of "Dickens" within the gilt wreath has the upper serif broken off. The hand-coloured green endpapers, Dickens's original choice for his lavish gift book, proved a disappointment. The colour tended to dust off and smudge, so the endpapers were changed to yellow, not requiring hand work. Probably in the middle of binding, as demand grew faster than the current endpaper stock, it was decided to use up the green paper, and thereafter it was used indiscriminately with yellow, but discarded again when the initial supply of green became exhausted. Primary copies therefore occur with either green or yellow endpapers, some collectors preferring green as the author's original prepublication choice.

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        Meyers Handatlas. 111 von 170 (gesamt) Karten. enthalten ist: 1. Sonnensystem. 2. Mondkarte. 3. Erdkarte. 4. Nordpol. 5. Südpol. 6. Weltkarte 1844. 7. Europa 1843. 8. Asien 1846. 9. Afrika 1844. 10. Amerika 1843 . 11. Australien 1846. 12. Spanien & Portugal 1843 . 13. Spanien westl. Hälfte 1847 . 14. Spanien östliche Hälfte . 15. Portugal 1844. 16. Fankreich 1845. 17. Italien 1844 . 18. Holland 1844, Belgien , Luxemburg 1844. 19. Großbritanien und Ireland 1844 . 20. England 1844. 21. Schottland 1844. 22. Ireland 1844. 23. Preußen 1847. 24. Brandenburg (Provinz) 1846. 25. Ost- & West- Preußen 1847. 26. Posen 1844. 27. Pommern 1845 . 28. Rhein-Provinz und Herzogthum Nassau 1846. 29. Herzogthum Hessen 1844, 30. Herzogthum Gotha und angrenzende Länder 1844. 31 Großherzogthum Baden 1846. 32. Bayern, Würtemberg, Baden und Hohenzollern 1841. 33. Dänemark, Holstein und Lauenburg, Mecklenburg, Schwerin, Strelitz 1846. 34. Schweden und Norwegen 1844. 35. Südliches Schweden 1845. 36. Südliches Norwegen 1845. 37. Ungarn, Galizien, Slavolien und Croatien 1847. 38. Salzburg 1843, 39. Siebenbürgen 1843, 40. Europäisches Russland 1844. 41. Europäische Türkey 1845. 42. Griechenland 1844. 43. Asiatisches Russland 1845. 44. Iran, Turan, Persien, Afghanistan, Beludschistan, Turkestan 1846. 45. Arabien 1845. 46. Aegypten 1844. 47 Nubien, Habesch, Kordofan 1844. 48. Tunis 1844. 49. Nordwestliches Afrika 1844. 50. Westafrika enthaltend Senegambien und Ober-Guinea 1844. 51. Sudan . 52. Südafrika 1845. 53. Küstenländer desSchwarzes Meeres 1845. 54. Osmanisches Reich 1845. 55. Klein Asien 1848. 56. Chinesisches Reich mit seinen Schutzstaaten1846. 57. Ostindisches Reich 1844. 58. Hinterindien 1844. 59 Vorderindien 1844. 60. Noramerikanische Freistaaten 1845. 61. Stromgebiet Nordamerika 1847. 62. Bergsystem Nordamerika 1848. 63. Maine 1845. 64. New Hempshire und Vermont 1846. 65. Massachusette und Thode Island 1846. 66. Connecticut 1846. 67. New York 1844. 68. New Jersey 1846. 69 Pennsylvania 1845. 70. Maryland und Delaware 1846. 71. Virginia 1845. 72. Nord Carolina 1845. 73. Süd Carolina 1845. 74. Georgiuia 1845. 75. Alabama 1845. 76. Louisiana 1845. 77. Tennessee 1845. 78. Kentucky 1845. 79. Ohio 1845. 80. Illinois 1845. 81. Michigan 1845. 82. Missouri 1845. 83. Arkansas 1845. 84. Texas 1846. 85. Florida 1845. 86. Ober (Upper) Canada 1845. 87. Lower Canada (Unter-Canada) 1844. 88. Mexico 1845. 89. Centralamerica und West-Indien 1843. 90. Grosse Antillen 1844. 91. Südamerika 1847. 92. Neu-Granada Venezuela, Ecuador und Guyana 1847. 93. Südlichster Teil America enthaltend Patagonia. 94. Botanische Geographie. 95. Geognostische Karte von Central und West-Europa. 96. Plan Amsterdam 1844. 97. Plan Antwerpen 1845. 98. Paln Brüssel 99. Plan Edinburgh 1844. 100. Paln Lissabon 1844. 101. Plan London 1845. 102 Plan Madrid 1844. 103. Plan München 1844. 104. Plan Neapel 1845. 105. Paln New York. 106. Paln Südliche Hälfte Paris. 107. Plan St. Petersburg 1844. 108. Plan Philladelphia. 109. Paln Stockhol 1844. 110. Plan Washington. 111. Plan Wien...

       1843 bis 1848.. Karten nach dem Entwurf von Major C. Radefeld auch J. Grässl und A. Gotthard. , Kartenformat 30 x 37 (plus Rand) Karten grenzkoloriert schlichter privater späterer Einband, Kartenzustand: teils felckig, teils saubere Karten, einige Karten im Rand hinterlegt (alt) Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being A Ghost Story of Christmas. With illustrations by John Leech.

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1843 - Octavo. Original light reddish-brown vertical fine-ribbed cloth, spine and front cover decorated and lettered gilt, sides stamped in blind, green endpapers, gilt edges. Housed in a red cloth chemise and red quarter morocco solander box. Binding rolled and a little dulled, a few nicks to extremities of spine. A very good copy. Hand-coloured etched frontispiece and 3 steel-engraved plates after Leech, wood-engravings within the text by W. J. Linton after Leech; title page printed in blue & red. First edition, first impression, first issue, with "Stave I" on the first page of text and green endpapers, all the first edition textual points. The binding differs from Todd's ordering in that the closest interval between blind-stamping left margin and left extremity of gilt wreath is 15 mm but the "D" of "Dickens" within the gilt wreath has the upper serif broken off. The hand-coloured green endpapers, Dickens's original choice for his lavish gift book, proved a disappointment. The colour tended to dust off and smudge, so the endpapers were changed to yellow, not requiring hand work. Probably in the middle of binding, as demand grew faster than the current endpaper stock, it was decided to use up the green paper, and thereafter it was used indiscriminately with yellow, but discarded again when the initial supply of green became exhausted. Primary copies therefore occur with either green or yellow endpapers, some collectors preferring green as the author's original prepublication choice. Eckel pp. 110–15; Smith II, 4; Todd, The Book Collector, 1961, pp. 449-54. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        DIE JUDENFRAGE

      Friedrich Otto, Braunschweig(1843). First edition. Modern boards, 8vo, (4) , 115 pages. While Bauer regarded emancipation from the thraldom of medievalism as the object of modern civilization, he had no sympathy whatsoever with the Jews' struggle for political, social and religious emancipation. At a time when the Jews of Germany strove hard to obtain their long-withheld political freedom and equality, and when many, in order to assert their full claim to citizenship, went so far as to urge the rejection of every vestige of Orientalism from their religious life, Bauer published "Die Judenfrage, " in which he finds the continual oppression of the Jews by the Christian state perfectly justified. He declares that by their loyalty to their own history they stand in opposition to the powers that be, because religion and race force them to live in perpetual separation from the rest of mankind, and that the fact of their being Jews prevents them from being perfect men. Judaism, whether it be based on the Mosaic or the Talmudic law, has, in Bauer's opinion, no claim to a share in the world's progress and freedom. He ridiculed the Reform movement and denied them the very right of modernization. Thus, in his opinion, there is absolutely no salvation for the Jew, not even if he should join the Christian majority. " (JE) . Bauer's attack on the Jews evoked replies from many, including Gabriel Riesser, Samuel Hirsch, Holdheim, Geiger and most significantly, Karl Marx in his "Zur Judenfrage" (1843) . Good condition, although pages are a bit brittle and browned. Important. (RAB-62-11)

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        Meyers Handatlas. 111 von 170 (gesamt) Karten. enthalten ist: 1. Sonnensystem. 2. Mondkarte. 3. Erdkarte. 4. Nordpol. 5. Südpol. 6. Weltkarte 1844. 7. Europa 1843. 8. Asien 1846. 9. Afrika 1844. 10. Amerika 1843 . 11. Australien 1846. 12. Spanien & Portugal 1843 . 13. Spanien westl. Hälfte 1847 . 14. Spanien östliche Hälfte . 15. Portugal 1844. 16. Fankreich 1845. 17. Italien 1844 . 18. Holland 1844, Belgien , Luxemburg 1844. 19. Großbritanien und Ireland 1844 . 20. England 1844. 21. Schottland 1844. 22. Ireland 1844. 23. Preußen 1847. 24. Brandenburg (Provinz) 1846. 25. Ost- & West- Preußen 1847. 26. Posen 1844. 27. Pommern 1845 . 28. Rhein-Provinz und Herzogthum Nassau 1846. 29. Herzogthum Hessen 1844, 30. Herzogthum Gotha und angrenzende

      1843 bis 1848. 1843 - schlichter privater späterer Einband, Kartenzustand: teils felckig, teils saubere Karten, einige Karten im Rand hinterlegt (alt) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1800 , Kartenformat 30 x 37 (plus Rand) Karten grenzkoloriert Karten nach dem Entwurf von Major C. Radefeld auch J. Grässl und A. Gotthard.

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        Ornithologie du Dauphiné ou description des oiseaux observés dans les départements de l'Isère, de la Drôme, des Hautes-Alpes et les contrées voisines. Avec la collaboration de M. de Labatie. Ouvrage contenant 300 sujets dessinés d'après nature par M. V. Cassien.

      Grenoble, Hip. Bouteille, 1843, demi-maroquin moderne à grain long, genre Romantique. -Qq. rousseurs claires. - 2 tomes en 1 vol. gr. in-8 de 416 pp. + 37 pl. h.t. en noir et blanc (dont 2 accompagnées chacune d'un f. explicatif) et 358 pp. + 35 pl. h.t. en noir et blanc + 1 tableau dépl. h.t. ; Edition originale. Rare.Ronsil, Biblio. ornithologique française 361 ; Ronsil, L'art français dans le livre d'oiseaux p. 67."Une des plus intéressantes parmi les faunes locales est certainement l'Ornithologie du Dauphiné ou description des oiseaux [ ] d'Hippolyte Bouteille et de Labatie avec des figures dues "au crayon tout à la fois si pur et d'une expression si suave" du dauphinois Victor Cassien. Délicatement reproduites (lithographie de C. Pégeron) d'après nature et agrémentées souvent d'un paysage quelque peu romantique, elles sont d'un effet très doux, bien que les oiseaux soient de formes trop élancées. Les 300 sujets représentent, en 72 planches, un spécimen de chacune des espèces décrites." (Ronsil, L'art français dans le livre d'oiseaux).

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        Storia di Leone XII scritta in francese dal Cavaliere Artaud di Montor ... e voltata in italiano dal traduttore delle storie di Pio VII, d'Innocenzo III e di San Bernardo. Opera che serve di continuazione alla Storia di Pio VII scritta dallo stesso cav. Artaud

      Presso Giovanni Resnati Librajo - Milano, 1843. ITALIANO 0,775 Tre volumi della prima metà dell'800 in buono stato, coperta in mezzapelle con angoli, dorso in pelle con quattro nervi, due caselle con tassello in pelle, elementi decorativi e caratteri incisi in oro, piatti marmorizzati, alcuni segni del tempo, fioritura sparsa, tagli poco bruniti, cerniera appena danneggiata, pagine in buono stato, Vol. III con lacerazione al margine concavo di pagina 17-18, strappo su ultimo foglio di guardia, su quello precedente foro. II tavole su Vol. I ed I tavola su Vol. II, fuori formato, ben piegate. Talloncino adesivo su risguardia ed abrasione su fogli di guardia di tutti i volumi. I, II e III volume della collana Storia di Leone XII. Opera completa. USATO

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        Antique Drawing-PLUM-PRUNUS DOMESTICA-BEETLE-Gaudelet-1843

      - Antique drawing, untitled. Delicate watercolour drawing of two plums on a branch with leaves (Prunus Domestica or a variant species). Also features a fruit fly and a beetle. Watercolour on wove paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Charles Gaudelet' after own design. Charles Gaudelet(1817–1870) was a French master-glass-maker fromLille. He worked exclusively with the paintersVictor Mottezand occasionally withBruno Cherier. The cartoons from his studio were acquired by themusée des Beaux-Arts de Lillein 1870 at the instigation of the painter and collector Camille Benoit. Condition: Very good, given age. Remains of attachment on rear. Some small scattered stains in the margins and image. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: LA-P5-07 TPC The overall size is ca. 12.2 x 9.6 inch. The image size is ca. 8.7 x 7.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 31.1 x 24.4 cm. The image size is ca. 22 x 18.5 cm.

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        The Modern History and Condition of Egypt, its Climate, Diseases, and Capabilities;

      London: Smith, Elder, and Co.,, 1843. exhibited in a personal narrative of travels in that country: with an account of the proceedings of Mohammed Ali Pascha, from 1801 to 1843; interspersed with illustrations of scripture history, the fulfilment of prophecy, and the progress of civilization in the east. 2 volumes, octavo. Original green cloth (volume 1 fine-diaper, volume 2 vertical-ribbed), spines gilt lettered and blocked with Egyptian motifs), covers with differing ornamental blind panelling, yellow coated endpapers. Lithograph portrait frontispieces of Mohammed Ali and Ibrahim Pasha, 12 tinted lithograph plates (8 views), one wood engraving in the text. Spines slightly cocked and lightly sunned, inner joints of volume I cracked but sound, some foxing to plates. A very good set, with the errata slip in volume I, the cloth bindings bright and sharp-cornered. First edition of this spirited and engaging account, illustrated with simple but appealing illustrations, lithographed by Hullmandel from Yates's own sketches. "A very interesting work by a medical man who travelled extensively in Egypt c. 1840 … Yates also provides an extensive general commentary on political events in Syria, Crete and Egypt in addition to the ordinary account of his travels" (Blackmer). The Scottish doctor William Holt Yates remains a frustratingly shadowy figure. We do know that he was a member of the Royal Asiatic Society (admitted 1834) and president of both the Royal Medical and Royal Physical Societies of Edinburgh, and senior physician to the General Dispensary at Aldersgate in the City, during a time when the young David Livingstone was taking extracurricular studies there. The publication of his book was timely as there was growing interest in Egypt following the Oriental Crisis of 1840, when European powers intervened following Muhammed Ali Pasha's attempt to establish a personal empire in the Ottoman province of Egypt, subsequent to his defence of Syria from Ottoman aggression. The British and Austrian navies blockaded the Nile delta and shelled Beirut; Muhammed Ali agreed terms, ratified at the Convention of London (15 July 1840). Yates would having been travelling in Egypt hot on the heels of fellow Scot David Roberts, who visited the country in 1838-39. Well represented institutionally but decidedly uncommon commercially.

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        Album esposizione di belle arti in Milano (anno VII), dedicato al Nobile Signor Filippo die Marchesi Villani.

      Milano, Carlo Canadelli (1843). - Sorgfältig ausgestatteter Sammelband mit literarischen Beiträgen zeitgenöss. italienischer Autoren. 4°. mehrfarbig u. gold lithogr. Titelbl., 2 Bll., 116 S., mit 15 gest. Tafeln, davon 4 in Aquatinta, neuer brauner Moireseideneinband mit mont. Farblithographie unter farbig bedrucktem Passepartout, dieses mit mehreren Ausrissen. Kopfgoldschnitt, die Stiche zeigen meist histor. Szenen u. Gemäldereproduktionen, die Aquatintas Veduten.

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        London - 1843.

      LONDEN TIJDENS DE INDUSTRI?LE REVOLUTIE?London?, staalgravure ?drawn and engraved from authentic documents & personal observation by D.R. Davies. Published Nov 1. 1843 under the superintendence of the Society of the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Chapman and Hall.? In de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 39 x 63 cm.We zien Londen vanaf Kensington Palace in het westen tot aan de West India Docks (van waaruit de schepen vertrokken naar de Cara?ben, tegenwoordig deel van de Docklands/Canary Wharf) in het oosten; en vanaf Bayswater met het Caledonian Asylum (tegenwoordig Purcell School) en de New Cattle Market (gesloopt in de jaren 1950) in het noorden tot aan de cricketvelden van The Oval en de Royal Surrey Gardens (het tegenwoordige Pasley Park) in het zuiden. Interessant zijn ook de duidelijk gemarkeerde trac?s van de verschillende treinverbindingen van de London and Greenwich Railway (aangelegd 1836-38), de Blackwall Railway, de Eastern Countries Railway (aanleg begonnen in 1839) en de Birmingham Railway (geopend in 1838). Station London Victoria is er nog niet, dat opent pas in 1860.De ?Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge? was een typisch Britse ietwat archa?sche organisatie, opgericht in 1828 op initiatief van de idealistische Lord Henry Peter Brougham. Het nobele doel van de Society was om useful knowledge te verspreiden onder de Engelse arbeiders- en middenklasse, via een reeks publicaties. Zij bevorderde zelfstandig leren en het egalitair verspreiden van kennis. Hoewel de S.D.U.K. nauw verbonden was met de London University en de uitgeverijen van Baldwin and Cradock, Chapman and Hall en Charles Knight, behaalde de S.D.U.K. haar ambitieuze doelen niet en sloot het haar deuren in 1848.Waarschijnlijk was het mislukt omdat de publicaties aan de ene kant te duur waren voor de beoogde doelgroepen en anderzijds niet groot en fraai genoeg voor de aristocratische markt. Niettemin slaagde de S.D.U.K. er in om enkele buitengewone atlassen met indrukwekkende detaillering te publiceren.Hun belangrijkste atlas bestond uit ongeveer 200 afzonderlijk uitgegeven kaarten, verkrijgbaar als abonnement van 1829 tot 1844 en naderhand gecombineerd in een wereldatlas, uitgegeven bij Chapman and Hall. In die tijd was de atlas onge?venaard in kwaliteit en omvang.Tegenwoordig zijn S.D.U.K. kaarten indrukwekkende voorbeelden van cartografie uit het midden van de 19e eeuw en kennen we vooral de mooie en gedetailleerde stadsplattegronden.Prijs: ?475,-.

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        La RUSSIE en 1839.

      Wouters et Cie, Bruxelles 1843 - 4 tomes en 2 vol. in-8 de 231 pp., 222 pp. et 199 pp., 212 pp.; demi-basane racinée à petits coins de l'époque, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre (deux mors fendus, une coiffe frottée). Première contrefaçon de cette brillante analyse des m?urs et coutumes de cet Empire. "Chef-d'?uvre prophétique" (En Français dans le Texte 262 - Vicaire II, 1090). Bon exemplaire.

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Albany, [London], 6. XII. 1843. - 1 p. 8vo. "Thank you for your note. All is perfectly right. Ought I not to sign another agreement respecting the fourth edition of the Lays? [ ]".

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Guizot").

      Paris, 22. IV. 1843. - 1 S. 4to. Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf des französischen Außenministers. Als Minister der Äußeren an Professor Vains-Desfontaine mit Dank für die Zusendung eines Gedichtbandes. - Mit kleinen Randläsuren. In seinem Amt als Außenminister sollte Guizot, auf preußisches Betreiben, nur zwei Jahre später Karl Marx' Ausweisung aus Paris verfügen, was Letzterer im Vorwort seiner Schrift "Zur Kritik der Politischen Ökonomie" erwähnt: "Die Erforschung der [politischen Ökonomie], die ich in Paris begann, setzte ich fort zu Brüssel, wohin ich infolge eines Ausweisungsbefehls des Herrn Guizot übergewandert war" (S. 8). 1847 wurde Guizot Premierminister, trat aber bereits im Folgejahr im Zuge der Februarrevolution zurück.

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        A Christmas Carol. 2nd edn.

      Chapman & Hall. 1843 - Half title & title in blue, hand-coloured frontispiece & 3 colour plates, text woodcuts, final ad. leaf. Attractively bound in recent half red morocco, spine with raised gilt bands & red leather label, maroon cloth boards. a.e.g. v.g. Corrected text, ?Stave One? as first chapter heading. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE FRIEND OF AUSTRALIA;

      - or, A Plan for Exploring the Interior, and for Carrying on a Survey of the Whole Continent of Australia. By a Retired Officer of the Hon. East India Company's Service. Illustrated with a Map of Australia, and Five Plates. Pp. xxiv+428+[2](Supplemental note, verso blank), 5 double page plates (4 being hand-coloured aquatints), large folding map at end, appendix; modern half calf, the spine ruled in gilt around raised bands, with gilt lettered and decorated maroon leather title labels; marbled papered boards; new endpapers (retaining an earlier unidentified bookplate dated 1843), pencilled signature on verso of title page, scattered light foxing; Hurst, Chance and Co. London, 1830. First edition. F. 1379; Wantrup 117a; Abbey \i Travel 11. 574. *This copy lacks the 16 page publisher's catalogue, which according to Wantrup was present only in the 'earliest issue.' A second edition, comprising unsold sheets of the first edition with a new title page and an updated preface, was published by Smith, Elder in 1836. (This firm took over the remaining stock some time after the initial publication, and by 1833 were advertising that 'only 250 copies of this expensively got up work' were printed [see Wantrup p. 193]). 'The supreme monument to the speculative geography of the 1820s and 1830s . His eccentric plan for the survey of the interior is a monument to the fascination exerted by the vast unknown interior on contemporary Europeans. He offers detailed and elaborate advice on the preparation and conduct of his proposed expedition, suggesting the importation of elephants and camels, the construction of special craft to navigate the inland sea and so on. As well, he devotes attention to other matters relating to the future of society in Australia. Everything from the planning of towns to the establishment of a bunyip aristocracy has a place on his broad canvas' [Wantrup, pp. 192-23]. The map is an imaginative depiction of the Australian continent, including a large inland sea and 'the supposed entrance of The Great River'. The plates show scenes from Maslen's proposed exploring expedition, a plan for a township, and a design for an Australian flag. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Modern History and Condition of Egypt, its Climate, Diseases, and Capabilities; exhibited in a personal narrative of travels in that country: with an account of the proceedings of Mohammed Ali Pascha, from 1801 to 1843; interspersed with illustrations of scripture history, the fulfilment of prophecy, and the progress of civilization in the east.

      London: Smith, Elder, and Co., 1843 - 2 volumes, octavo. Original green cloth (volume 1 fine-diaper, volume 2 vertical-ribbed), spines gilt lettered and blocked with Egyptian motifs), covers with differing ornamental blind panelling, yellow coated endpapers. Spines slightly cocked and lightly sunned, inner joints of volume I cracked but sound, some foxing to plates. A very good set, with the errata slip in volume I, the cloth bindings bright and sharp-cornered. Lithograph portrait frontispieces of Mohammed Ali and Ibrahim Pasha, 12 tinted lithograph plates (8 views), one wood engraving in the text. First edition of this spirited and engaging account, illustrated with simple but appealing illustrations, lithographed by Hullmandel from Yates's own sketches. "A very interesting work by a medical man who travelled extensively in Egypt c. 1840 Yates also provides an extensive general commentary on political events in Syria, Crete and Egypt in addition to the ordinary account of his travels" (Blackmer). The Scottish doctor William Holt Yates remains a frustratingly shadowy figure. We do know that he was a member of the Royal Asiatic Society (admitted 1834) and president of both the Royal Medical and Royal Physical Societies of Edinburgh, and senior physician to the General Dispensary at Aldersgate in the City, during a time when the young David Livingstone was taking extracurricular studies there. The publication of his book was timely as there was growing interest in Egypt following the Oriental Crisis of 1840, when European powers intervened following Muhammed Ali Pasha's attempt to establish a personal empire in the Ottoman province of Egypt, subsequent to his defence of Syria from Ottoman aggression. The British and Austrian navies blockaded the Nile delta and shelled Beirut; Muhammed Ali agreed terms, ratified at the Convention of London (15 July 1840). Yates would having been travelling in Egypt hot on the heels of fellow Scot David Roberts, who visited the country in 1838-39. Well represented institutionally but decidedly uncommon commercially. Not in Abbey; Blackmer 1853; Hilmy II pp. 345-47 (also listing an abridged version of 1842 issued by Bohn, which appears to be a ghost); not in Weber (Voyages and travels in the near east during the XIX century). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Journals of the Rev. Messrs. Isenberg and Krapf, missionaries of the Chuch Missionary Society, Detailing their proceedings in the Kingdom of Shoa, and Journeys in other parts of Abyssinia, in the years 1839, 1840, 1841 and 1842.

      London: Seeley, Burnside & Seeley 1843 - First edition - complete. ‘.To which is prefixed, a geographical memoir of Abyssinia and South-Eastern Africa by James McQueen esq. grounded on the missionaries’ journals, and the expedition of the Pacha of Egypt up the Nile.’ Original brown blind stamped buckram with gilt titles to spine. Yellow end papers. Small bookseller’s embossed stamp to the half title. (George Gardnam of Beverley). 2 folding hand coloured map of the relevant parts of Africa by McQueen. The buckram is a little faded and rubbed to the edge. There is a little chipping to the head and tail of the spine with slight loss. A split to the board has been repaired. A closed tear to the half title page has been neatly repaired. The maps are in very nice clean condition. xxvii, 529. pp [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Ladies Flower-Garden of Ornamental Perennials.

      London, William Smith, 1843. Band 1. 30 x 23 cm. 190 Seiten mit 45 altkolorierten Lithographien. OLwd. (mit Gebrauchsspuren). Nissen BBI, 1234. - Erste Ausgabe. - Mit dekorativen Blumendarstellungen und detaillierten Beschreibungen. - Buchblock gebrochen, etwas angestaubt, die Tafeln jedoch sauber. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Bücher, Blumen; Blumen & Pflanzen; Blumenbouquet; Botanik

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        Exposição do procedimento politico do Consul Geral de Portugal durante os ultimos acontecimentos da Republica Oriental do Uruguay, com a refutação das calumnias publicadas pelo Governo de Montevideo no Decreto que o suspende de suas funcçõens, e o expulsa d'aquella cidade. [facing page:] Exposé de la conduite politique du Consul Général de Portugal .

      Buenos Aires, Imprensa do Estado, 1843. - 2 works in 1 volume. Large 8°, contemporary tan quarter calf over decorated boards (some rubbing and stains), smooth spine with gilt bands, small tooling in blind, orange cloth label lettered "Miscelanea" in gilt. Overall in very good condition. Unidentified modern pictorial bookplate depicting a tree in black flanked with initials "AC" in red, within double ruled borders, the outer border red, the inner black. Older small octagonal white paper ticket with blue border and ink manuscript shelfmark ("197") at center, in upper outer corner of front pastedown endleaf. [3]-93 pp., probably lacking a half title or initial blank leaf. Facing pages in Portuguese and French. Collation agrees with the online copy at University of California-Berkeley. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Souza Leite Azevedo, Portugal's consul general in Montevideo, defends himself against charges by the government of Uruguay that he was in league with Buenos Aires, providing numerous supporting documents. Uruguay had expelled him from Montevideo.The context here is the struggles in Uruguay between the liberal Colorados, who favored the the Unitarios in Argentina, opposed to the dictator Juan Manuel de Rosas, and the conservative Blancos, representing agricultural interests in the countryside, allied to Rosas. The Blancos were led by Manuel Ceferino Oribe y Viana, president of Uruguay from 1835 to 1838, while the Colorados were led by Fructuoso Rivera, who had been president from 1830 to 1834, and became president again from 1839 to 1843. On 15 June 1838, an army led by Rivera overthrew president Oribe, who fled to Argentina. Rivera declared war on Rosas in 1839. The conflict would last 13 years and become known as the Guerra Grande. In 1843, an Argentine army overran Uruguay on Oribe's behalf, but failed to take the capital. The siege of Montevideo, which began in February 1843, would last nine years. The besieged Uruguayans called on resident foreigners for help, which led to a French and an Italian legion being formed, the latter led by the exiled Giuseppe Garibaldi.*** Not in Innocêncio. Not in Palau. Porbase locates a single copy, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Copac repeats British Library and adds Oxford University. KVK (44 databases searched) locates only the copy cited by Porbase. Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Rebiun. *** BOUND WITH: Réglement consulaire portugais mis en vigueur par décret du 26 novembre 1851, traduit en français par Hector Gitton. Édition officielle. Lisbon: Imprimerie Nationale, 1875. Outer and lower edges uncut. Scattered mild foxing. Overall in very good condition. 184 pp., 1 folding table [pp. 135-6], 2 color plates.Second editon in French; originally published in 1857. The color plates depict full consular regalia, seals, flag, etc.* OCLC: 253434568 (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin-Preußischer Kulturbesitz-Haus Potsdamer Straße); 37912432 (New York Public Library). Porbase locates a single copy, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac. KVK (44 databases searched) locates two copies: the one cited by Porbase, and the one cited by OCLC in the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Life of a Travelling Physician, from his first introduction to practice; including twenty years' wanderings through the greater part of Europe.

      London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1843 - 3 volumes, octavo. Original brown horizontally-ribbed cloth, gilt lettered and blind stamped spines, ornamental blind panels on sides, yellow coated endpapers. Bookplate of Lancashire-based retail chemist and book collector Robert J. Hayhurst, with a note stating that this copy was purchased at the Holker Hall sale. Spines rolled, heads of spines nicked, touch of foxing to plates. A very good copy, with the half-titles in volumes I & II (not called-for in volume III), publisher's 32-page catalogue at end of volume I (dated July 1843 - not mentioned by Abbey) and terminal advertisement leaf in volume III. Hand-coloured lithograph frontispiece in each volume. First edition. Lefevre (1796–1846), physician and traveller, knighted for his services to the British embassy in St Petersburg, "spent fifteen years in Russia, practising first and briefly in Odessa, before moving to St Petersburg. He returned to England in 1842. His very generalised Russian memoirs occupy all of vol. II and the beginning of vol. III" (Cross). An uncommon work, particularly so in such a bright exemplar of the very pleasing original cloth bindings. Abbey, Travel, 36 (in a variant green cloth binding); Cross, In the Lands of the Romanovs, G10. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Welttheater. Mit hoher obrigkeitlicher Bewilligung werden Unterzeichnete (...) folgende Vorstellungen, bestehend aus malerischen (pittoresken) Ansichten und Kunstwerken welche dem Auge Nachahmung der anmuthigsten Schönheiten der Natur darbieten, in 5 Abtheilungen zu geben die Ehre haben.(Unterzeichner:) Lorgie & Loew.

      (München, 1843). Plakat mit Holzschnitt und typograph. Text im Rahmen. Blattgr.: 41 x 23,5 cm. Neben zwei Panoramen zeigten Lorgie und Loew auch das \"Ein mechanisches Kunstballet mit neuen Abwechslungen\" und \"Automatische Seiltänzer\". Zum Beschluss: \"Der Brand von Hamburg. nach der Natur aufgenommen und dargestellt. Diese Ansicht wird mit den dazu gehörigen Feuerwerken die resp. Zuschauer gewiß recht überraschen\". - Friedrich Lorgie trat unter eigenem Namen noch bis Mitte der 1850er Jahre auf. - Am linken Rand unten mit geringem Papierverlust. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Sketchbook- 19th Century] Livre D'Etude de C. Vandergrient

      - 1843. Original color patterned handmade paper wrappers, blue paper (applied) spine. A superb mid-19th Century sketchbook with mock title page and full of nice sketches, some quite handsome and some rather crude, by the same artist. Ink, pencil, watercolor. Binding shaken, internally very good.

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        [Sketchbook- 19th Century] Livre D'Etude de C. Vandergrient

      1843. Original color patterned handmade paper wrappers, blue paper (applied) spine. A superb mid-19th Century sketchbook with mock title page and full of nice sketches, some quite handsome and some rather crude, by the same artist. Ink, pencil, watercolor. Binding shaken, internally very good.

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        Erinnerung an Rom und meine Freunde". Stammbuch mit 28 Eintragungen (von zumeist Mitgliedern der "Ponte-Molle-Gesellschaft").

      Rom, 1843. - 112, (4) SS. mit teils gepr. bzw. farbig gedruckten Schmuckbordüren. Blindgepr. Lederband der Zeut. 8vo. Das vorliegende Album wurde von Glanz wohl anläßlich seines Besuchs beim deutschen Künstlerverein "Ponte-Molle-Gesellschaft" am 18. März des Jahres 1843 angelegt. Der Verein mit Sitz im Palazzo Serlupi in der Nähe des Pantheons war mit Kunstausstellungen, Veranstaltungen und Bibliothek ein beliebter Treffpunkt deutscher Künstler und Romreisender. Die Identifizierung des Stammbuchhalters Glanz ergibt sich aus der ganzseitigen Eintragung von Johann Christian Reinhart (S. 97; Rom, 25. 3. 1843): "[.] Zugleich wünsche ich Ihnen verehrter Herr Glanz eine glückliche und vergnügte Reise". - Die Beiträger sind (in der Reihenfolge ihrer Eintragungen): 1) Alexius Fedor Geyer (Berlin). - 2) Adam Bamelmayr. - 3) Friedrich Strache (Wien). - 4) Robert Salemann (Reval). - 5) Heinrich Wilhelm(Heidelberg). - 6) Eduard Schwab (Mähren). - 7) Ivanoff (Petersburg). - 8) Peter Petersen (Copenhagen). - 9) Alexandre Reuben (Paris). - 10) Christian Friderik Holbeck (Kopenhagen). -11) Carl Mayer (Wien). - 12) Hermann Schievelbein (Berlin). - 13) Peter Raadfig (Kopenhagen). - 14) Carl Adolf Senff (Halle). - 15) Gustav W. Palm (Stockholm). -16) Wilhelm Achtermann (Preußen). - 17) Constantin Schmidt (Mainz/Rhein). - 18) Carl Rahl. - 19) Theodor Naphtali (Berlin). - 20) Wilhelm Matthiae. - 21) Louis Vogel (Hildburghausen). - 22) J. M. Scharff (Hütteldorf bei Wien). - 23) Adolf Dressler (Berlin). -24) Jan Thienen. - 25) (Pseudonym:) Caspar Hauser (Basel). - 26) Wilhelm Seiffert (Breslau). - 27) Heinrich Im Hof (Uri). - 28) Johann Christian Reinhart. - Das Album wurde i. J. 1873 von unbekannter Hand mit Gedichtabschriften (meist nach Heine) verunziert ("Herbstzeitlose gesammelt zu Grussbach, im Herbste d. Jahres 1873. Ilse"); auf den vier letzten und unpaginierten Seiten findet sich ein Inhaltsverzeichnis der Gedichtabschriften. - Rücken und Vordergelenk fachmännisch restauriert; innen stellenweise etwas fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        South Australia in 1842. By one who lived there nearly four years. Illustrated by drawings

      London, J.C. Hailes and S. Gilbert, 1843. Octavo, 32 pages plus a small folding map (205 x 156 mm), an engraving of Adelaide and 2 full-page lithographs: 'Farm of J. Barton Hack ...Echiunga [sic] Springs, Mount Barker' and two portraits on the one plate of Kertamaroo (King John) and Mogata (his wife). Later (early twentieth century?) half calf and cloth, retaining the original pale yellow front wrapper (lettered 'South Australia in 1842') and with numerous binder's blanks at the rear to make a more substantial object; covers slightly rubbed at the extremities and high spots; wrapper lightly stained and creased, with the leading edge neatly reinforced (presumably when the binding was done); first and last leaves lightly foxed, with the last one lightly marked; trifling signs of handling; a very good copy. This copy contains the armorial bookplate of Henry Percival Moore (and his pencilled ownership initials on an early binder's blank). Moore was the Colonial Manager for the South Australian Company from 1901 to 1929. Interestingly, the lithographs are by George French Angas from the artwork of others - 'a sketch by Col. Gawler' in the first instance and from drawings 'Model'd from life by Mrs Walker [? - cropped to Walk]' in the second. Extracts from official reports and various statistics (up to August 1842), but predominantly first-hand accounts, often in the form of lengthy quotes from letters from settlers. The passage of time puts things into perspective. There is a PS to Alexander Lorimer's letter: 'I have neglected to mention, that vineyards are forming by many of the settlers'. The closely-printed two pages on Aborigines concludes with this paragraph: 'It is hoped, that a conviction of the deep responsibility which we have incurred, toward the aboriginal inhabitants of that beautiful country, of which we have taken possession, will render the minuteness of the preceding information not unacceptable'. Ferguson 3721 (not mentioning Angas).

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        Geschichte des Königlich Preußischen Zweiten Infanterie- genannt Königs-Regiments - seit dessen Stiftung im Jahre 1677 bsi zum 3. Dezember 1840

      Mittler, Bln., 1843. XXIV/466 S. mit 75 Beilagen, 1 gefalt. altcolorierten Uniformtafel, 1 gefalt. Abgangsliste, 1 mehrfach gefalt. Tafel des Regiment von Hacke, Rangliste mit gestochener Wappenkartusche., späterer Pbd. mit in Gold geprägtem Rückentitel. (etwas stockfleckig/durchgehender Wasserrand/Stempel auf Titel/7 Seiten mit roten Buntstiftanstreichungen)

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Dr. Dan. F. v. Fenneberg").

      Wiesbaden, 18. VIII. 1843. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An die Redaktion des "Frankfurter Konversationsblattes": "Falls die Aufnahme beifolgenden kleinen poetischen Produktes nicht von Seiten der Redaction verweigert wird, hofft Unterzeichneter noch in nähere Beziehungen mit der Zeit zu treten [.]". - Der Sohn von Feldmarschalleutnant Franz Philipp Fenner von Fenneberg diente sieben Jahre als Offizier in der österreichischen Armee, wurde später Journalist und veröffentlichte 1847 die kritische Schrift "Österreich und seine Armee". "Im Revolutionsjahr 1848 beteiligte er sich führend an den Aufständen in Wien und in der Pfalz. Nach deren Scheitern floh F.v.F. in die Schweiz, 1851 in die USA. In New York gründete er die deutschsprachige Zeitschrift 'Atlantis', eröffnete eine Rechtsanwaltskanzlei und wurde 1858 Direktor der staatlichen New Yorker Eisenbahnen. 1859 kehrte er nach Österreich zurück. F.v.F. veröffentlichte u. a. den Lyrikband 'Galgenlieder' (1848), 'Die Geschichte der Wiener Oktobertage' (1849) und 'Die Geschichte der rhein-pfälzischen Revolution und des badischen Aufstandes' (1850)" (DBE). - Mit kleinen Läsuren am oberen Rand; Bl. 2 mit Ausriß durch Siegelbruch (keine Textberührung).

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        Raccolta di ornati variati applicabili a diversi generi d'arte. Pubblicati in 50 Tav

      Milano: Bossi Ant.io 1843 - OLWd. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Titelblatt+50 Tafeln mit Stichen, 27 x 38 cm, von außen berieben, beide Kapitale eingerissen, durchgehend leicht stockfleckig, ab und zu auch Tinten- und Fingerflecken, insgesamt annehmbarer Zustand. Book Language/s: it [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Raccolta di ornati variati applicabili a diversi generi d\'arte. Pubblicati in 50 Tav

      Milano: Bossi Ant.io 1843 OLWd. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Titelblatt+50 Tafeln mit Stichen, 27 x 38 cm, von außen berieben, beide Kapitale eingerissen, durchgehend leicht stockfleckig, ab und zu auch Tinten- und Fingerflecken, insgesamt annehmbarer Zustand.Verzierung, Ornamentik, Italien

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        Coleccion de la Cuadratura del Circulo.

      (Santiago de Cuba, 1843). - MANUSCRIT in-8 oblong. 1f. imprimé. et 55 figures accompagnés d'un feuillet de texte explicatif (sauf la planche 54 qui est accompagnée de 2 feuillets) soit 56ff. de texte. Plein veau raciné, dos lisse orné, étiquette de maroquin collée sur le plat supérieur avec, en lettres dorées: "Cuadratura del Circulo". Curieux manuscrit cubain sur la Quadrature du Cercle, ilustré de 55 figures hors-texte commentés par l'auteur sur un feuillet placé en regard. Dans un discours préliminaire l'auteur, qui était avocat à Santiago de Cuba, expose les réflexions qui l'avaient amené à composer cet ouvrage. Sur la premier contreplat figure la note manuscrite suivante signée W. H. Bliss, june 1873: "Two copies bought at the same time for 5 l - one of which, with an official petition signed by and relating to the author, and dated 'Santiago de Cuba Dec. 6 1847', to R. Louis-Philippe begging him to accept a copy of the work, was sent to Stonyhurst". Il s'agit peut-être de William Henry Bliss (1835-1911), archiviste anglais qui devint notamment spécialiste des manuscrits au Vatican. Le manuscrit est doté d'une page de titre imprimée. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Singing for the Million

      Printed by S. Leith, Edin.. Lithograph. Uncoloured. Good condition. Size: 58 x 41 cm. (23 x 16 inches) This cartoon dating from around 1843, is considered to be by the Edinburgh artist and caricaturist, Benjamin Crombie. It is one of a series of cartoons on the disputes between the Church of Scotland and the government. The title refers to Joseph Mainzers(1801-1851) famous singing manual of 1841 and he is depicted in the image attempting to get the members of Assembly to sing in harmony. A number of pencil identifiactions, including Mainzer, are written in a contemporary hand along the lower margin beneath caption text.

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        John Tyler Presidential ALS to Daniel Webster Disputing Lord Ashburton’s Claim that their Treaty Established a Right to Search American Ships on the High Seas

      Virginia 1843 - Autograph Letter Signed as President, to Daniel Webster. Charles City County, Virginia, May 22, 1843. 2 pp. "I have read and now return the private dispatches with which you favored me from Mr. [Edward] Everett and your letter in reply. Lord Ashburton must certainly be under great mistake in relation to what passed between you on the right of visit and of search. Most certainly but one language has been held in all our Cabinet consultations, which was uniformly in negative of any such right." President John Tyler writes to his former Secretary of State Daniel Webster, who had resigned from Tyler's cabinet under pressure from fellow Whigs two weeks earlier.The Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842 resolved a number of issues between the U.S. and Britain's Canadian colonies. It settled the nonviolent "Aroostook War" over the Maine-New Brunswick border, agreed to borders and shared use of the Great Lakes, reaffirmed the 49th parallel border in the western frontier up to the Rocky Mountains. It also defined crimes subject to extradition, and called for a final end to the slave trade on the high seas. The British negotiators had wanted to make a "right of search and visit" part of the treaty but its final language failed to establish such a new right in international maritime law. Complete Transcript Chs City County Va May 22, 1843.My Dear Sir;I have read and now return the private despatches which you favoured me from Mr Everett and your letter in reply. Lord Ashburton must certainly be under great mistake in relation to what passed between you on the right of visit and of search. Most certainly but one language has been held in all our Cabinet consultations, which was uniformly in negation of any such right. When I left Washington, being much straightened for time, I desired Mr Spencer to answer for me in regard to the Bunker Hill celebration, and since I have been here he sent me on a draft of a letter which I approved. I presume ere this the committee has received it. I certainly propose to be with you upon that occasion. I received a letter a few days since from Mr Legare making known to me your objections to the appointment of Doctor Martin as Chief Clerk in the State Department. I was not aware before that you had any personal objections to the Doctor, and it occurred to me that his appointment to that place would leave me more at liberty upon the subject of the Head of the Department. I had not perceived either that the Spectator had taken any personal ground. Most certainly if such had been known to me, I would not for a moment have encouraged the idea of his appointment I have desired Mr Cushing who has just left me to converse with you on this subject and if your feelings remain unchanged, I must look out for another place for Doctor Martin.Be assured of my constant regard and esteem. John Tyler Mr WebsterHistorical BackgroundFor ten months in 1841 and 1842, Webster negotiated with British diplomat Alexander Baring, 1st Baron Ashburton (1774-1848) at the Ashburton House on Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C. The Treaty called for a final end to the slave trade on the high seas, so the "right of visit and of search" mentioned in Tyler's letter refers to, among other things, the boarding and searching suspected slave-trading ships. The Atlantic Slave trade was banned by British law in 1807, and a year later under U.S. law in 1808. It was the first year that Congress was allowed to end the onerous practice because of a clause in the U.S. Constitution. However, neither the British nor the American act banned slavery itself, which encouraged a robust clandestine trade. In 1808, the British Royal Navy established, at considerable expense, the West Africa Squadron to patrol the coast and intercept the illegal slavers. During the same period, tensions between Britain and the United States were coming to a head over the impressment of American sailors. The issue would lead to the War of 1812. (See website for full description)

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