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        Crusoniana, or, truth versus fiction: elucidated in a history of the islands of Juan Fernandez by the retired governor of that colony [BOUND WITH] The Earthquake of Juan Fernandez as it occurred in the year 1835 . Manchester, n.d.[BOUND WITH] Foreign loans, or valuable information to all concerned with the Republic of Chili, comprising the epoch from 1822 to 1839. By the retired governor of the island of Juan Fernandez. Longman 1840.

      For the Author Manchester 1843 - First edition. 8vo., vi, [4], 213, [1], 15, [1], [19]-34, viii; 32; [viii], 54, viii, [ii]pp., engraved frontispiece, additional engraved title, lithographed plan of the island, 6 plates (3 lithographs, 3 engravings), folding lithograph frontispiece to second work, original brown blindstamped cloth gilt, neat repairs to extremities. Sutcliffe, a veteran of the Napoleonic Wars, later served Chile in various military and administrative posts, including that of governor of the Juan Fernandez Islands. The present work concerns Alexander Selkirk, upon whom Defoe based the fictional character Robinson Crusoe, and his time on the island. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chrestomathie Persane, publie e sous les auspices de M. le Ministre de l’Instruction Publique. Tomes 1 + 2.

      Paris, 1843-1853., Typographie de Firmin Didot Frères, - In-8°. CLV, 276; XXXVIII, 292 (2) p. (= Chrestomathies orientales), demi-reliures de toile avec titres dorés. - 1. Prolégomènes des tables astronomiques d'Oloug-Beg, publiés avec notes et variantes, et précédés d'une introduction par L.P. E. A. Sédillot. 1847. - Mirkhond: Histoire de Sassanides, à l'usage des élèves de l'école royale et spéciale des langues orientales vivantes. 1843. - 2. Prolégomènes des tables astronomiques d'Oloug-Beg. Traduction et commentaire, par L.P.E.A. Sédillot. 1853. Reliures un peu frottées. Petite manque sur le plat. Quelques cachets sur les pages de titre et sur les dernières pages de texte. Papier un peu taché par la moisissure. Französisch Band:

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        Histoire naturelle de l'homme comprenant des recherches sur l'influence des agents physiques et moraux considérés comme causes des variétés qui distinguent entre elles les différentes races humaines. Traduit de l'anglais par le Dr F. Roulin. Accompagné de 40 planches gravées et coloriées, et de 90 figures en bois intercalées dans le texte.

      Paris, J.-B. Baillière, 1843 - 2 vol. in-8° ; IX-(1)-416 pp.-13 pl. coul. h.-t./(2)-404 pp.-27 pl. coul. h.-t., demi-veau glacé havane, dos lisse, p. de titre, filets or, un coin très émoussé au t. I sans gravité, rel. de l'époque. Édition originale de la traduction française. Garrison & Morton, 159 (pour l'édition anglaise). Quérard VI, p. 81. Dès sa publication, ce livre prit le premier rang parmi les ouvrages sur l’ethnologie. Anatomiste et physiologiste éminent, le docteur Prichard fut l’un des premiers qui chercha à arriver par l’étude de la philologie, à l’histoire des variétés des races humaines (Larousse XIXe). Godd copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gjentagelsen. Et Forsøg i den experimenterende Psychologi af Constantin Constantius.

      Kbh., Faaes hos C. A. Reitzel. Trykti Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri. 1843. 8vo. Samtidig skinnryggbind med ryggforgylling i tidens stil. Marmorerte dekler. 157, (1) s.. Himmelstrup 53. Liten slitasje ved bakre ytre fals

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        DECISIONS FO THE SUPERIOR COURTS OF GEORGIA 1843 PART I - State vs. Negro Peter included in this copy

      AUGUSTA: JAMES MCCAFFERTY, PRINTER, 1843. Book. GOOD MINUS. Hardcover. TITLE: DECISIONS FO THE SUPERIOR COURTS OF GEORGIA 1843 PART I - State vs. Negro Peter included in this copy AUTHOR: NONE STATED PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: JAMES MCCAFFERTY, PRINTER - AUGUSTA 1843 EDITION: First Edition assumed CATEGORY: Rare, Government BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket COLOR: Brown CONDITION: The book is without a dust jacket as issued. The outside of the book is in good minus condition with scuffing to the leather all about; there are some chips to the spine (see photo) with one chip section stuck to the back of the board. The very first front free endpaper is stuck to the inside paste down just a little near the gutter's edge. There are a couple of sentences written in pencil that can easily be erased from the first front free endpaper. Book is without other marks or writings, pages are fairly clean and book is tight and sturdy. There is some age foxing present on a some of the pages. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 243 pages. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: PUBLISHED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE ACT OF DECEMBER 10, 1841. PART I. CONTAINING DECISIONS RENDERED DURING THE YEAR 1842. THERE ARE SOME INTERESTING CASES IN THE BOOK WITH ONE BEING: THE STATE vs. THE NEGRO PETER - The Property of N. L. Sturges. Seems as though the Negro (Peter) was railroaded at the first murder trial and the justices ordered a new trial. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET AT THE TIME OF THIS RESEARCH!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, book(s) will ship immediately to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 980 E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 006706 .

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        Eusebiou tou Pamphilou Euangelikes proparaskeues logoi ie. = Eusebii Pamphili Evangelicae praeparationis Libri XV. ad codices manuscriptos recensuit Thomas Gaisford, S. T. P. aedis Christi decanus necnon linguae graecae professor regius. accedunt Franc. Vigeri versio latina et notae, et L. C. Valckenaerii diatribe de Aristobulo [Complete Four Volume Set]

      e typographeo academico, Oxonii [Oxford] 1843 - Complete Set in 4 Volumes ( xxiv- 496, 544, 548, 513 p.). The text is in Ancient Greek; the notes and commentary are in Latin. All four volumes uniformly bound in blue cloth with paper labels on the spines; these original hardcover bindings are tight and square with some chipping to the edges of the paper spine labels on volumes 3 and 4. The interiors are clean except for previous owner's stamp to the bottom left corner of each title page. The text is clean and unmarked. NOT ex-library. Quite a scarce set, especially complete and in this condition, with World Cat listing only two copies held in France. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1843. 2 volumes. First edition. With 120 fine engravings, including the two large multi-folding frontispieces and a folding map. The engraved plates were made from daguerreotype views and drawings by Frederick Catherwood. 8vo, publisher&#146;s original brown cloth decorated with elaborate gilt designs in Mayan motif on the covers and the spines, lettered in gilt. xii, 459; xvi, 478 pp. A nice set, the paper with some toning and spotting as is all but inevitable with American books of the period. The cloth and gilt-work remain quite handsome. The bindings are well preserved and quite strong with only minor wear. The folding plates are all intact, the folding map is present, some use is evident as is usual. THE FIRST EDITION OF STEPHENS&#146; CLASSIC WORK ON CENTRAL AMERICA. Stephens was the first westerner to penetrate the jungles of Central America and explore the ruins of the Mayan civilization. William Catherwood&#39;s drawings of stelae and other monuments and buildings contribute enormously to the importance of the work. Their first expedition into Central America was cut short by illness before the regions of Yucatan were completely explored; this is the account of their second sojourn into those areas, to complete the work they had originally undertaken. Stephens&#146; work inspired generations of Meso-American scholars to preserve and explore these remarkable ruins. Catherwood&#146;s illustrations set the standard for archaeological illustration and in this case are the earliest and sometimes the only record of these monuments. <br> Stephens had been sent, in 1839, by President Martin Van Buren to Central America on a confidential diplomatic visit. He was accompanied by Frederick Catherwood, an English artist with archeological experience. Together, they recorded teir observations on the ancient ruins in words and sketches, publishing INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN CENTRAL AMERICA, CHIAPAS AND YUCATAN in 1841. In the same year they returned to the region for a more comprehensive study and in 843 published their second collaborative effort INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN YUCATAN. In these works, &#147;the wonderful structures of the race of Indians which once inhabited the peninsula of Central America are here described by pen and pencil with great clearness and minuteness&#148; (Field, 379). Stephens wrote &#147;with a quick and keen observation, an appreciative and good-natured sense of the ludicrous, and a remarkable facility of retaining vividly to the last the freshness of first impressions&#148; (DNB). As a result of his extensive travels and popular narrative accounts, Stephens quickly became known as &#147;the American traveler&#148; (DNB).

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        Incidents of Travel In Yucatan - 2 Volumes

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1843 - 8vo, 2 volumes, xii, 459; xiii, 478 pages, complete with 124 illus and plates including 2 folding frontispiece panoramas, plus folding map. Original publisher's cloth, very bright gilt, verly light foxing to only some plates, ownership inscription to front endpapers, very good condition. A stellar set of a book that often is heavily foxed. This classic and influential work opened up a whole new area of research into the Mayan people. The plates by Catherwood are most impressive and have become famous in themselves. Considerable archeological research followed Stephens discoveries, laying the foundation (so excellent were his judgments) on which Maya archaeology has since rested. Probably the most widely read and enjoyed books on American archaeology, these recount the adventures and describe most carefully, for the first time, the antiquities that Stephens and his artist-architect companion, Catherwood, encountered in the Maya country. The man who first awakened widespread American and English interest in the Maya ruins of Central America was John Lloyd Stephens. This a sequel to the author's earlier work cut short by illness in 1841, and is much scarcer, the plates and illustrations by Catherwood are better and even more impressive than the earlier work. These add to our astonishment by portraying the gigantic ruins of still more imposing structures, erected by the vanished race of peninsular aborigines. Describes and contains the account of over forty-four ruined cities, or places in which remains or vestiges of ancient population were found. These descriptions are accompanied by full illustrations from Daguerreotype views and drawings taken on the spot by Mr. Catherwood. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Incidents of Travel in Yucatan.

      Harper and Bros., New York 1843 - 73 of Catherwood's superb engravings of the ruins of the Yucatan from the first edition, published in 1843. Also the two folding frontpieces and a map of the Yucatan.The plates, all matted, are fresh and spotless.

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        Narrative of the Discoveries on the North Coast of America; Effected by Officers of the Hudson&#39;s Bay Company During the Years 1836-39

      London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street 1843, 1st Edition. (Hardcover) xix,[1],419pp. Very good. Octavo. Two folding maps in front pocket. Original blindstamped brown cloth with horizontal grain; original spine laid down, corners restored; tear top of title page with old minor repair, shelf number on verso; , else clean copy with very minor spotting internally. A. B. 16124. "Contains biographical sketch of the author with comment on the mystery of his death (p. Vii-xix) by his brother Alexander Simpson; instructions for; and narrative, in journal form, (from) Dec. 1, 1836 - Feb. 2, 1840, of [the] expedition of Peter Dease and Thomas Simpson with (a) party of twelve men, to explore the northern coast of America from (the) MacKenzie River westward to 71 23&#39; N. 156 21&#39; W., and from (the) Coppermine River eastward to (the) Back River"..

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        Narrative of the Discoveries on the North Coast of America. lacking maps

      Richard Bentley, London, 1843, - SIMPSON, Thomas. Narrative of the Discoveries on the North Coast of America; effected by the Officers of the Hudson's Bay Company during the Years 1836-39. Introduction by Alex(ande)r Simpson. L.: Richard Bentley, 1843. Pp.(i)-xix, [1], (1)-419, [1]. Lacking maps. 8vo, rebound in half black leather with dark green cloth. A journal of the journeys of Thomas Simpson, Esq.,on his expeditions in the northern parts of Canada in association with theHudson's Bay Company, from 1836-1839. It includes his encounters with various hostile and passive native tribes, the establishment of and checking inon HBC outposts, voyages up and down many of the northern rivers lakes such as the Red and the Mackenzie, and sea voyages amongst many of the northern islands. This particular volume also includes an introduction by the author's brother, Alexander Simpson, who includes a short memoir of his brother, in which he tells of Simpson's exploits in the short time after the yearscovered in the main text, including information surrounding Simpson's mysterious death in 1840, shortly before he was to return to England. Corners and head of spine slightly rubbed, title page strenghtened with white tape at gutter, occasional very light foxing throughout not affecting text, elsevg. Lacking maps. 725.00

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        Histoire pittoresque de la Franc-maçonnerie et des sociétés secrètes anciennes et modernes. Illustré de 25 belles gravures sur acier.,

      Paris, Pagnerre 1843. - Wolfstieg 3813; Caillet 2388. - Berühmtes Werk in erster Ausgabe, auch heute noch gesucht wegen seiner großartigen Stahlstiche. Bekanntlich trug dieses Buch seinem Autor die Verurteilung durch den Grand Orient de France ein, wegen Verrates freimaurerischer Geheimnisse wurde er zu einer Buße sowie zu einem zweijährigen Ausschluß verurteilt. 4°. Gest. Front. u. 24 Stahlstich-Tafeln unter Seidenhemdchen. IV, 390 (2) S., Halbfranzband mit marmor. Deckelbezügen, Rückengoldprägung u. farbige Rückenschildchen. Rundum-Farbschnitt. Rückenkanten gering berieben, oberes Kapital eingerissen, innen stellenw. stockig, insgesamt gutes u. dekoratives Expl. Die Abzüge nur gering stockig, sehr kontrastreich und frisch.

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        Histoire pittoresque de la Franc-maconnerie et des societes secretes anciennes et modernes. Illustre de 25 belles gravures sur acier.

      Paris, Pagnerre 1843.. 4°. Gest. Front. u. 24 Stahlstich-Tafeln unter Seidenhemdchen. IV, 390 (2) S., Halbfranzband mit marmor. Deckelbezügen, Rückengoldprägung u. farbige Rückenschildchen. Rundum-Farbschnitt. Rückenkanten gering berieben, oberes Kapital eingerissen, innen stellenw. stockig, insgesamt gutes u. dekoratives Expl. Die Abzüge nur gering stockig, sehr kontrastreich und frisch.. Wolfstieg 3813; Caillet 2388. - Berühmtes Werk in erster Ausgabe, auch heute noch gesucht wegen seiner großartigen Stahlstiche. Bekanntlich trug dieses Buch seinem Autor die Verurteilung durch den Grand Orient de France ein, wegen Verrates freimaurerischer Geheimnisse wurde er zu einer Buße sowie zu einem zweijährigen Ausschluß verurteilt.

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        LES LOIS DE LA PROCÉDURE CIVILE, ouvrage dans lequel l&#146;auteur a refondu son analyse raisonnée, son traité, et ses questions sur la procédure, 3ème éd., dans laquelle ont été examinées et discutées : 1° Les opinions de M. Carré ; 2° Toutes les décisions rendues de 1821 à 1840 ; 3° Les questions prévues par M. Boncenne, Thomine Desmazures, Dalloz, Boitard, etc. ; 3ème Éd.

      Paris Delamotte & Robillard 1840 à 1843 - , 6 vol. in-8, demi-veau vert d&#146;époque style Louis-Philippe, tit. doré sur dos lisses ornés de volutes et arabesques dorées, tr. marbrées, en hors-texte portraits de A. Chauveau et de G.-L.-J. Carré, (ptt. épidermures sur les dos, défaut d&#146;impression de la p. de tit. du vol. IV, 1 mors fendu sur 3 cm et la coiffe de tête lég. accidentée du vol. V, ff. 151/152 détaché du vol. VI, piqûres et mouillures), [Cet ouvrage provient de la bibliothèque des Avoués près la cour d&#146;appel de Paris, il peut être frappé aux armes de la Chambre des Avoués et revêtir des marques de bibliothèque].

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        RECUEIL des LETTRES MISSIVES de HENRI IV 1562-1610

      Imprimerie ROYALE à PARIS 1843 - Recueil des LETTRES MISSIVES de HENRY IV publié par M. Berger de Xivrey Important Ouvrage en 9 volumes (complet) reliés (23 cm x 28 cm x 5.5 cm) reliure cartonnée, dos lisse orné du titre noir, 600 à 900 pages, par volume, avec des planches dépliantes, fac-similés de lettres de Henry IV, Imprimerie Royale, Paris, 1843-1876 collection de Documents Inédits sur l'Histoire de France, publiés par Ordre du Roi et par les soins du Ministre de l'Instruction Publique - Première série - Histoire Politique volume I : 1843 - 710 pages - 2 fac-similés - rapport au Roi - Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, première période - 1562-1571 correspondance du prince de Navarre - 1572-1589, correspondance du Roi de Navarre - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. volume II : 1843 - 657 pages - 3 fac-similés - Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, première période, avant l'avènement au Trône de France - 1585-1589, suite de la correspondance du Roi de Navarre - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. sources d'où proviennent les lettres du roi de Navarre - glossaire de quelques mots vieillis - etc . volume III : 1846 - 874 pages - 2 facs-similés- Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, seconde période, après l'avénement au trône de France - 1589-1610 - correspondance de Henri IV - neuf dépêches diplomatiques à M. de Beauvoir - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. volume IV : 1848 - 1077 pages - 4 facs-similés - Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, seconde période, après l'avénement au trône de France - 1589-1610 - correspondance de Henri IV - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. volume V : 1850 - 768 pages - 1599-1602 - Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, seconde période, après l'avénement au trône de France - 1589-1610 - correspondance de Henri IV - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. volume VI : 1853 - 711 pages - 1603-1606 - Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, seconde période, après l'avénement au trône de France - 1589-1610 - correspondance de Henri IV - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. volume VII : 1858 - 955 pages - 1606-1610 - 2 Facs-similés - Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, seconde période, après l'avénement au trône de France - 1589-1610 - correspondance de Henri IV - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. volume VIII : 1872 - 979 pages - 1566-1610 - Supplément publié par J. Guadet (couverture papier souple) - Extraits : recueil des lettres missives de Henry IV, Roi de Navarre, seconde période, après l'avénement au trône de France - 1589-1610 - correspondance de Henri IV - liste alphabétique des personnes à qui sont adressées les Lettres rassemblées dans ce volume - indication des notes sur les noms propres. volume IX : 1876 - 932 pages - 1567-1610 - Supplément publié par J. Guadet Extraits : avertissement - Lettres non datées. Quelques recueillies pendant l'impression du Tome IX - Itinéraire et séours de Henri IV depuis son avénement au trône de France jusqu'à sa mort - Henri IV et sa correspondance - cinq lettres nouvelles - table générale des matières de l'ensemble de l'ouvrage - additions et rectifications bon état (couver [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LAS SIETE PARTIDAS del muy noble rey.Glosadas por el Lic. Gregorio López, del Consejo Real de Indias de S.M.

      Compañía General de Impresores y Libreros del Reino 1843-1844, Madrid - 4 Tomos (completo). Los tres primeros tomos abarcan las siete partidas, el último tomo es el índice de las leyes, y glosas por el licenciado Gregorio López de Tovar. 29'5x21, portadas con el escudo real, VIIIp, 652p, 12p. - 933p, 19p. - 568p, 10p. - 543p. Encuadernados en pasta española (bordes con algunas rozaduras), tejuelos y dorados en lomo. Por lo general la obra está en buen estado.

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        PRECIS DE GEOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE ou description de toutes les parties du monde sur un plan nouveau d&#146;après les grandes divisions naturelles du globe; précédée de l&#146;histoire, de la géographie chez les peuples anciens et modernes, et d&#146;une théorie générale

      - Paris, au bureau des publications illustrées, 1843. 6 volumes in-8 demi-chagrin vert ancien, dos à nerfs formant des caissons ornés de petits fers dorés, tranches dorées. 5° édition, revue corrigée, mise dans un nouvel ordre et augmentée de toutes les nouvelles découvertes, par M. J.-J.-N. Huot.Tome 1: histoire et théorie générale de la géographie; 4 planches dépliantes in fine; tome 2: description de l&#146;Europe, 14 gravures hors-texte; tome 3: description de l&#146;Europe, 8 gravures h-t; tome 4: description de l&#146;Europe et de l&#146;Asie occidentale, 35 gravures h-t; tome 5: Asie orientale et Afrique, 5 gravures h-t; tome 6: descriptions des deux Amériques, Océanie, table générale, 2 gravures h-t. Rousseurs ou brunissures au papier; coiffes un peu frottées; mais ces défauts n&#146;altèrent pas vraiment la qualité de l&#146;ouvrage; les reliures sont très correctes, sans accrocs ni manques; par ailleurs les gravures sont superbes, sur un papier fort, très blanc et sont parfaitement conservées. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        THE EMPEROR'S ROUT. Illustrated by coloured plates. Price two shillings and sixpence.

      38 [2 ad's] pages. Illustrated with 4 finely hand-coloured full-page coloured lithographs after M. Gauci, printed by C. Motte. Original printed wrappers. 8vo. 16.4 x 10.5 cm. First edition. Spine expertly restored. The book is an imitation of Roscoe's Butterfly's Ball. Scarce. Osborne I, page 62, for the second edition of 1843.

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        Das Kaiserthum Oesterreich.

      Stuttgart, J. Scheible, 1837-1843. - 7 Teile in 2 Bänden. (8), 78, 184, (4), IV, 92, (6), 150, (6), 184, (8), 86, (8), 188 SS. Mit 7 gest. Frontisp. u. 328 Ansichten auf 164 Stahlstichtafeln. Marmorierte Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückentitel und -vergoldung. Gr.-8vo. Erste Ausgabe des bekannten Ansichtenwerks, vollständig und in dekorativen Einbänden der Zeit. - Tl. 1: Tirol mit Vorarlberg (36 Ansichten); Tl. 2: Erzherzogthum Oesterreich mit Salzburg (64 Ansichten); Tl. 3: Steiermark (32 Ansichten); Tl. 4: Königreich Illyrien (40 Ansichten); Tl. 5: Lombardisch-venezianisches Königreich (88 Ansichten); Tl. 6: Königreich Dalmatien (20 Ansichten); Tl. 7: Königreich Böhmen (48 Ansichten). - Nur der Tafelband zu Beginn etwas gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, sonst tadellos. Nebehay/W. 650. Wurzbach XXX, 199. ÖBL X, 320. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1843. Three volumes. 488 + 480 + 524 pages. Complete with two half-titles (volume III issued without half-title), three engraved frontispieces, two engraved double page maps and an engraved facsimile of Cortes&#39; signature. 9 1/2 x 6 inches. Black, embossed publishers cloth with title in gilt on spine; light staining to the final leaves of volume III, otherwise a bright, clean set in original binding. First American edition, first issues. The original edition was published in London a few months earlier. "In April, 1843, in his first American contract outside his home city [of Boston], Prescott contracted for the publication of 5,000 copies of this work by this publisher. Published one volume at a time, between December 6 and 21, it earned $.50 per volume ($1.50 for the full work) for the author who, once more, superintended the manufacture and continued to own the stereotype plates from which it was produced." - GARDINER. William Hickling Prescott. An Annotated Bibliography Published Works. # M-2. A classic account in English, still readable and in print. This set is signed in ink in each volume " Henry S. Hayward. Scipio, N.Y. Jan, 1845." BAL 16340. GROLIER AMERICAN 100, #51. HILL #1383.

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        Address Delivered Before the Literary Societies of Erskine College, Abbeville District, S.C. at the Appointment, and by the Request of the Euphemian Society, on the Fourth Anniversary, September 20, 1843

      Greenville, S.C.: Printed by O.H. Wells. 1843. First. First edition. Stitched printed pink wrappers. 15, (1)pp. Name cut away from top of the front wrap, small nicks at the extremities, a very good copy. O&#39;Neall was Speaker of the House of South Carolina, and a respected judge; he later served as a major general in the war. Erskine was founded in 1839, and still operates. Advice to college students: learn how to spell, avoid grog, stop snivelling, etc. OCLC locates three copies, none in the South (AAS, Harvard, Huntington). .

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        Album der Haupt- und Residenzstädte Europa's. I. Section. I.-V. Lieferung.

      Schweinfurt, Kleinknecht u. Schäfer, 1843.. IV, 44 SS., 71 SS., 88 SS., 52 SS., 56 SS., 32 SS., mit zusammen 10 Stst.- Taf., 8°,. Enthält: München, Berlin, Wien, Dresden, Leipzig. Jede Abteilung mit einer Gesamtansicht in Stahlstich sowie einem Stadtplan umgeben von 10 Teilansichten. Minimal fleckig, insgesamt sauber und gut erhalten.

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        Mundung des Fox-River - Embouchure du Fox River [Tab. V]

      London, published by Ackerman & Co. 1843 - Karl Bodmer. From Travels in the Interior of North America 1832-1834. Aquatint engraving with later color. Paper size approximately 17 1/4&#148; x 23 1/4&#148;. Very small areas of foxing throughout. Karl Bodmer was a little-known Swiss painter when he was chosen by Prince Maximilian of Prussia to accompany his voyage to America, in order to document in pictorial terms the expedition. With the rest of Maximilian&#146;s company, the two traveled among the Plains Indians from 1832 to 1834, a time when the Plains and the Rockies were still virtually unknown. They arrived in the West before acculturation had begun to change the lives of the Indians, and Bodmer, who was a protegé of the great naturalist von Humbolt, brought a trained ethnologist&#146;s eye to the task. The Bodmer/Maximilian collaboration produced a record of their expedition that is incontestably the finest early graphic study of the Plains tribes.Maximilian and Bodmer journeyed from St. Louis up the Missouri River on the American Fur Company steamboat &#147;Yellowstone,&#148; stopping at a series of forts built by the Fur Company and meeting their first Indians at Bellevue. The travelers continued on another steamboat, &#147;Assiniboin,&#148; to Fort Union, where they met the Crees and Assiniboins. The expedition spent its first winter at Fort Clark, where the Mandans in particular excited Bodmer&#146;s attention, although he was also to draw the Minatarri and Crow peoples. The explorers continued by keelboat to Fort Mackenzie, which proved to be the westernmost point of their journey. After living among and studying the Blackfeet for several weeks, Maximilian decided that it was too dangerous to continue, so the travelers returned southward, reaching St. Louis in May 1834.After the conclusion of the journey, Bodmer spent four years in Paris supervising the production of the aquatints made from his drawings. These prints rank with the finest Western art in any medium, and they are the most complete record of the Plains Indians before the epidemics of the mid-19th century had decimated their numbers, and before the white man&#146;s expansion had taken their lands. In contrast to other artist-explorers of the 19th century, such as George Catlin, Bodmer was well-trained in the classic European tradition. The work that he did in America is considered to be the high point of a distinguished career. Perhaps more significant, the plates made from Bodmer's sketches were the first truly accurate images of the Plains Indians to reach the general public. Because the 1837 smallpox epidemic killed more than half the Blackfeet and almost all the Mandans, Bodmer&#146;s visually striking work, together with prince Maximilian&#146;s detailed studies of these tribes, form the primary accounts of what became virtually lost cultures. These spectacular and atmospheric images are important and beautiful records of the landscape of the American West as it appeared when Bodmer saw it, just before westward expansion took hold and began the indelible transformation of the frontier.

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      Harper and Brothers, New York 1843 - Three volumes. xxxiv, 488p; xviii, 480p; xvii, 524p. Three engraved frontispiece, two folding maps and facsimile signature of Cortes. With all three half-titles. Bound in publisher's purplish-brown fine-grained embossed cloth with gilt spine titles and designs With the bookplate of Barton Currie.BAL 16340; Sabin 65263. Spines evenly faded and lightly stained, foxing to endleaves throughout, marginal dampstain to last few leaves of Vol. III, otherwise a very good set and quite scarce First American edition, second printing with the corrections made [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed offering a translation from the Arabic of El Suyuti's History of the Khalifs.

      London, between 1836 and 1843. - Two and a half handwritten sides on 2 leaves. Signed "your most obedient humble servant Dr. Sprenger", and concerning various Arabic manuscripts which Sprenger is considering translating. The letter dates from Sprenger's relatively brief time in London (1836-43), and thus predates any of his published works. He decides that Ibn Kourdadbeh's 'Oriental Geography' (the earliest surviving Arabic book on administrative geography) is unsuitable as he can only locate one MS copy. Instead, he offers to produce a translation of Suyuti's famous 'History of the Caliphs', which he notes has been accounted the best of such histories by the Arab encylopaedist Haji Khalfa. Sprenger transcribes several names from English into Arabic for the benefit of his correspondent. - A well-preserved and early letter reflecting Sprenger's outstanding command of Arabic sources. The Austrian-born Sprenger became one of the most noted orientalists of the 19th century, producing a comprehensive 'Life of Mohammad from Original Sources' in 1851. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Ensamples of Railway Making; which although not of English Practice are submitted with practical illustrations to The Civil Engineer and the British & Irish public. Together with The Railways of Belgium in 1842.

      London Architectural Library First edition 1843 - Tall 8vo. xlii, 64pp, xvi, 101pp. With a total of 28 engravings many folding. In publishers brown cloth with blind decoration and gilt title to spine. Slightly rubbed with old damp staining to lower rear board, but generally a good unreconstructed copy of this scarce work on early railways abroad, specifically in North America and Belgium. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        New Memoir on the Nervous System.

      Baillière, London, Paris 1843 - New Memoir on the Nervous System. London, Paris: Baillière, 1843, 4to. (281 x 215 mm), x, [2], 3-94 pp., half title, 5 folding engr. plates (the last with a little hand-colouring), unobtrusive library stamps to title and plates, pages untrimmed, new endpapers. Original cloth with blindstamped covers, neatly rebacked, spine gilt. Interior clean and unspotted. ---- Norman 973. First Edition. A summary of Hall's experiments on reflex action and the spinal cord. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyage où il vous plaira.

      Jules Hetzel 1843 - - Jules Hetzel, Paris 1843, 20,5x28cm, relié. - Edition originale et premier tirage des 65 planches hors-texte dessinées par T. Johannot et gravées par Dujardin, Brugnot, Andrew, Best, Leloir. Reliure à la bradel en demi maroquin chocolat à coins, dos lisse orné de deux doubles cartouches dorés et richement décorés, date en queue, plats de papier marbré, coins émoussés, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures conservées. Agréable état intérieur exempt de toute rousseur. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arranged by permission from an Improved Index Map by R.I. Murchison Esqr. F.R.S. Resid[en]t of Geological S[ocie]ty. Dobbs & Co.'s Relievo Maps, Drawn & Engraved from the Highest Official Authorities. Geological Map of England & Wales.

      Published by Dobbs & Co., 134 Fleet St. & 13 Soho Sqre. Sold also by D. Bogue Fleet St. and All Print and Mapsellers, [1843]., London, - Rare Embossed Geological map of England and Wales Embossed geological map, fine original hand-colour, table of geological strata upper left, table of English counties upper right, dissected and mounted on card and linen, varnished, some minor abrasions, Kensington and Camberwell library stamps to map, folding into original embossed red cloth covers, title in gilt to upper cover, spine spilt. Rare embossed geological map of England and Wales.The map's geological information is based upon Roderick Impey Murchison's map of the 1843. However, the present maps innovation is in representing elevation above sea level with the use of embossing. In order to ascertain the approximate heights above sea level, a "Vertical Scale" key, has been added below the list of English and Welsh counties. The key depicts cross sections of mountain ranges from under 700 feet to between 2800-3500 feet above sea level.The map is cited in the, LR 8 Geological Societies Archives 84 - Secretaries' Letterbooks, No.22: "Dobbs & Co 1843 June 20 London, present relievo map."Dobbs & Co was founded by H Dobbs in 1803 and had, by the middle of the nineteenth century, become one of the leading manufacturers of embossed, ornamental and illustrated cards, writing paper envelopes and valentines. Later the company became known as Dobbs, Bailey and Co. and Dobbs, Kidd and Co.We are only able to trace one institutional example of the map, that in the British Library. BL Cartographic Items Maps R.M.87.

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        Naturgeschichte der Amphibien, Fische, Weich- u. Schaalenthiere, Insekten, Würmer u. Strahlentiere in Bildern ... zum Anschauungs-Unterricht für die Jugend

      Esslingen, Schreiber 1843.. Groß-4°. Mit handkolorirten Abbildungen auf 30 doppelblgr. lithographischen Tafeln. Textteil: 1 Bl. 23 S. Hldr. der Zeit mit ill. Vordeckel. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe. Einband stark berieben/fleckig. Rücken gebrochen und lockernd. Stellenweise braun-, fingerfleckig. NICHT stockfleckig. NOCH SEHR FRISCHES KOLORIT.

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        Windsor Castle

      London - Henry Colburn, 1843 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The first separately published edition of this historical novel by William Harrison Ainsworth. With engraved frontispieces to each volume. Windsor Castle is a novel by William Harrison Ainsworth serially published in 1842. It is a historical romance with gothic elements that depicts Henry VIII&#39;s pursuit of Anne Boleyn. Intertwined with the story are the actions of Herne the Hunter, a legendary ghost that haunts Windsor woods. Ainsworth wrote Windsor Castle in 1842 while he was publishing The Miser&#39;s Daughter. During this time, he was constantly working in order to publish the novel by April, and Ainsworth only stopped when he mother, Ann Ainsworth, died on 15 March 1842. It was published in a serialized form in the Ainsworth&#39;s Magazine starting July 1842 and ending in June 1843. Including half-title to volume III only. Complete in three volumes. Condition: Rebound in green cloth bindings. Externally sound, though bumped, with some marks. Internally, firmly bound. Ink signature to title page. Bookplate of Leighlin Bridge Book Society to front pastedown. Pages have some scattered spotting throughout, with a few handling marks. Overall: GOOD..

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        LA RISA. Enciclopedia de estravagancias. Obra clásico-romántico de costumbres, de literatura de sana moral, de gastronomía y de carcajadas,

      - escritas en prosa y en verso por varios poetas de buen humor y un habilísimo cocinero, publicado bajo la dirección de D.W. Ayguals de Izco. Madrid, Imprenta de la Sociedad Literaria, 1843-1844 , 20x27, 3 tomos con 200 pp. cada uno. Numerosas láminas con retratos y grabados en el texto. Al final de cada revista hay una sección llamada Ambigú en la que se dan distintas recetas de cocina. Comprende en total 75 números que es todo lo publicado. Los tres tomos están encuadernados en un volumen en holandesa piel de época. Perfecto estado. (34480).

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      - lso his Life, written by himself, in which is included a continuation of his History of the Grand Rebellion. A new edition, from the original manuscript, with copious indexes. Pp. [iv]+1364, printed in double columns, indices; thick med. 8vo; contemporary full dark brown morocco, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, boards blind ruled, upper board with central gilt stamp of King's College, London, the boards very lightly marked; a.e.g.; yellow endpapers, school prize label laid on upper pastedown, some scattered light foxing, mainly to outer leaves and edges; Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1843.

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      - REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON POSTAGE, together with the Minutes of Evidence, Appendix and Index, vi, 366, 316pp., fine copy in buckram with the bookplate of the Public Record Office. HC 564. 1843 {shelf number 1421}. Includes nearly 700 pages documenting the effects of the introduction of Hill&#146;s penny post. Hill&#146;s own testimony takes up a large part of the evidence. He put forward and delineated at length several new reforms including proposals designed to improve management and reduce expense.

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        Alice Hawthorne. (The Queen of the Turf) Winner of 47 1/2 Races (Including 17 Cups and 18 Queen's Plates) Value £7,476 was bred in 1838 near York by Mr. Plummer, was got by Muley Molock, dam Rebecca by Lottery, grandam by Cervantes. Ridden by J. Heseltine. The Propert of J. Plummer Esq

      London: E. Cambert & Co. 25 Berners St., Oxford Street, December 15th, 1843 - Approx. 26" x 23" (image area 23 3/4" by 19 1/2"). Hand coloured plate, engraved by G. A. Turner and the painting by F. C. Turner. Fine in attractive black and gold frame. Not in Siltzer

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        The Insect World; Or, A Brief Outline of the Classification, Structure, and Economy of Insects

      London - Tilt and Bogue, 1843 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. %0D%0AA copy of the very scarce The Insect World. %0D%0AThis charming and interesting book, whilst didactic in purpose, takes the form of a dialogue between several interlocutors, as they discuss and debate the merits of insects and their physical and environmental properties. %0D%0AThere are three plates, one of which is a coloured, double-page spread. %0D%0ACondition: %0D%0AIn a blue cloth binding with decorative gilt front board. Externally generally smart, lightly rubbed in places with some wear to the extremities. Hinges slightly strained but firm. Pages generally bright and clean with scattered spots, especially to the first and last few pages as usual. Ink inscription to title page. Overall: GOOD. %0D%0A.

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        The Poetical Works of John Milton

      London: Tilt and Bogue 1843 - 2 volume set, 8 inches tall. A pristine set of 'Tilt's Illustrated Edition'. Full crushed morocco with gilt titles in a panel decorated above and below and with gilt tooling to the boards. All edges gilt. 120 engravings. Some light foxing to the first few leaves, otherwise a very clean set of this handsome edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter, signed, to the son of Noah Webster, concerning his support of the Federal purchase of his father's synopsis of the Dictionary for the Library of Congress

      Quincy [MA], 11 september 1843. 4to. . Written in ink on glazed laid paper, old folds, remnants of mounting hinges, else fresh and fine, in half blue morocco folding box . In this letter to Noah Webster's son William G. Webster, the former President endorses the suggestion of "purchasing the synopsis of [your father's] great work and causing it to be deposited in [the Library of Congress] - should you conclude to prepare a testimonial presenting the obvious considerations in favour of that measure, and will do me the honour of entrusting it to me, I will very cheerfully present it to the House, and will give it such a direction as may be most promotive of its success -"

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        The Voyages of Capt. James Cook Round the World; comprehending A History of the South Sea Islands.

      W. Wright,, London: 1843 - A handsome 8vo edition, with interesting aquatint views not seen in other editions, with a particularly interesting rendition of the "Death of Cook". One interesting view shows Joseph Banks with a hand scythe preventing the assassination of Tubourai, Tamaide's wife from a British soldier. 2 vols, 8vo, engraved title & printed title page, 488 pp & 2 aquatint plates & 16 copper engravings (&) 458 pp, frontis, 4 aquatint plates & 6 copper engravings. Beddie "Bibliography of Capt. James Cook" no. 121. Plates a little foxed, text remarkably clean, attractively rebound in tan half calf & marbled boards, with black title label, title in gilt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ibn Khallikan's biographical dictionary (Kitab Wafiyat al-A&#146;yan Wa &#145;Anba&#146; &#145;Abna&#146; Al-Zaman]. Volume I (Oriental Translation Fund (Series), no. 59)

      Paris, Printed for the Oriental translation fund of Great Britain and Ireland, 1842-71. 1843 - Volume 1 of 4 only. 4to 32 x 26 cm. 688 pages. lacks covers & spine. title page is ripped with one corner missing with foxing throughout. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nuova Raccolta di n° cinquanta Vedute Principali DI ROMA e suoi contorni disegnate dal vero ed incise da Gaetano Cottafavi.

      Tommaso Cuccioni Roma 1843 - Bross., cm 31,5x46,5, 50 splendide incisioni delle principali vedute di ROMA. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Contes Du Temps Passe

      Paris: L. Curmer, 1843. Dark green morocco spine and tips, 4 raised bands gilt. Green marbled boards, all edges sprinkled red. Some shelfwear and bumping on edges, especially bottom of lower cover, though this is a very sturdy binding. Spine expertly repaired with original spine laid down. Top corner of lower cover is new and beautifully matched to other tips. An engraved title page dated 1842 appears followed by the usual 1843 title page. Owner bookplates, one over the other, on front pastedown. Endpapers and pastedowns have some staining which extends into margins of book not affecting text or plates. First page of Sleeping Beauty repaired at top with Japanese paper. Heavily illustrated with Blanchard engravings after Paquet, Marvy, Jeanron, Jacque and Beauce. All of Perrault&#39;s most famous fairy tales included beautifully illustrated both in full page and in text. Probably the finest Perrault work extant.. First Edition. Half-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by M. Blanchard. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Trade.

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        Des finances et du credit public de l'Autriche : de sa dette, de ses ressources financieres et de son systeme d'imposition / avec quelques rapprochemens entre ce pays, la Prusse et la France - [Complete in 2 volumes]

      Paris : J. Renouard 1843 - Physical description; 2 v : tables (2 fold.) ; 22 cm. Subjects; Finance - Austria. Finance - Germany - Prussia. Finance - France. Referenced by: OCLC 19470668. Language; French. Provenance; From the library of the Foreign Office with theirinked stamp to the title. 2 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Life of George Washington,

      Tappan and Dennet, Boston 1843 - 8vo. xix,(1),562pp. Illustrated with plates and maps, the plate with tissue-guards. Finely bound in full navy morocco, spine in five compartments with raised bands, intricately gilt; the boards with gilt borders and gilt inner dentelles. All edges gilt. The unsigned binding is almost certainly by George A. Zabriskie, whose bookplate is on the front pastedown. Zabriskie was president of the New York Historical Society in the early part of the 20th century and was also an expert bookbinder. Laid in in a three page letter entirely in manuscript form Jared Sparks to William Leete Stone, and dated 1865. In the letter Sparks expresses great satisfaction with Stone's "Life and Times of Sir William Johnson", published 1865. Light wear to the edges, hinge and corners, offsetting from some plates to the facing pages, and one map lightly foxed, else this is about fine. The letter has a glue residue along the fold from where it was previously tipped into a book, else fine. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Works of William Shakespere [sic] 12 Vols

      Charles Knight, London 1843 - 12 volumes. Knight's Cabinet Edition. Half morocco and marbled boards. Minor rubbing to boards. Marbled endpapers and page edges. A very handsome set contained in original early maple folding stand with brass embellishments on the outside of the uprights. Would make a beautiful gift. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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