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        NARRATIVE OF A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, PERFORMED IN HER MAJESTY'S SHIP SULPHUR,

      London 1843, Colburn. Original blind stamped blue cloth, 2 vol. set, 387+474p., index, 3 large folding pocket maps, 19 engravings + 20 vignettes, 15 x 24.3 cm., solid, minor head/ tail spine rubbing, else clean. RARE ! FIRST & ONLY EDITION SUBTITLE: continued: Commissioners of the Admiralty. *** SUPERB PRINMARY RESOURCE ON THE OPIUM WAR AND THE BRITISH BOMBARDMENT IN CHINA. *** The Sulphur was busily employed on the west coast of both North & South America, and in the end of 1839 received orders to return to England by the western route. After visiting several islands groups in the Pacific and making such observations as time permitted, Belcher arrived at Singapore in 1840, where he was ordered back to China, due to the start of a war with China. During the following year he was engaged in operations in the Canton River. *** CONDITION OF THE BOOKS: The books are bound in the original blue blind-stamped cloth, usual minor rubbing, mild corner wear, a bit of spine fading, else, solid, complete copy. *** THE THREE POCKET MAPS: 1. METHOD OF SHEWING THE TRACK OF GROUND SEARDHED BY H.M.S. SULPHUR. . 2. CHART OF CANTON RIVER REDUCED FROM THE SURVEY BY CAPT. BELCHER R.N. This shows the anchorage ofthe H.M.S. Sulphur and Starling previousto attack of Canton, just ouside Tsing -poo in the Canton river, Whampoa island down river, shows all the way to Anson Bay, the French area. . 3. CHART SHEWING THE TRACKS OF H.M.S. SULPHUR, FROM 1837 TO 1842, CAPTAIN SIR EDWARD BELCHER, KNT R.N.C.B. This shows frmo the top the Shetland Islands [Scotland] across to the east to the Aleutian Islands [Alaska] Bering straight, America, China,India, Arabia, Maldiva, Madagascar, Mauritius, Cape of Good Hope Sierra Leone,Japan, the Pacific ocean, costal America, Hudson Bay, Greenland, Davis Straight, Baffin Bay, Iceland, back to the Shetlands down to Africa, S. America, a grand tour around the world. . The condition of the maps is excellent. A touch of minor foxing on #3, no tears folded in inside pocket of volume 1, as issued. Rarely found with all 3 maps, and in such lovely condition. *** Captain Edward Belcher [1799-1877] served on and was in command of numerous surveys of the coasts of Northern and Western Africa, Ireland, Western America, China, Borneo, the Phillipines and Formosa. *** With a triple-page large fold-out of "VIEW OF CANTON," shows the harbor, the American, British & French factories, a large number of native ships in the harbor, 40 x 22.8 cm., in excellent condition. *** REFERENCES: Sabin 4490 * Howes B318 * Hill p.102. * D.N.B. * Ferguson Bibliography of Australia 3564 * Pritzel * Thesaurus Literaturae Botanicae, 4083. *** .

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

      London: Henry Colburn, 1843. Hardcover. very good. 1st Edition. xxii, [1], 387, [16pp. pub adverts.]; vi, [1], 474pp. Octavo, in original blind stamped straight grain blue cloth, with gilt titles. Spines slightly faded, covers a little rubbed, but without loss of cloth. In Canary yellow endpapers, with light soiling, with bookplate of Frank S. Streeter. Text blocks clean and tight. Three maps laid loose in the front board of Vol. 1. Eight full page engravings in Volume 1 and Eleven in Volume 2 all with plate tissues. Numerous vignettes in both volumes. 16 page catalogue dated Feb. 1843 in the back of Vol. 1. Corners a little bumped. very good Captain Edward Belcher (1799-1877) served on, or was in command of, numerous surveys of the coasts of Northern and Western Africa, Ireland, Western America, China, Borneo, the Phillipines, and Formosa. In 1852, he commanded the expedition in search of Sir John Franklin. Belcher's account of his circumnavigation commences in February, 1837, in Panama, when he took command of the Royal Navy Ship Sulphur and, together with the RNS Starling, sailed northward to Central America, thence to the Sandwich Islands [Hawaii]. Then sailed back to North America, exploring the Vancouver Island area, then to San Francisco, and south down the coasts of California, and Central America, back to Panama. In 1838, Belcher headed back north, largely repeating the previous cruise, with more stops. Belcher then set sail across the Pacific, visiting Tahiti, Tonga, the New Hebrides, and today's Indonesia. He was then ordered to China, and took part in the naval operations there. Returned to England, via Singapore, Sumatra, Ceylon, Madagascar. Cape of Good Hope, St. Helena and Ascension. Lada Mocarski 117; Hill page 20. 1843

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

      [Campeche, 1843. [59]pp. plus a quarto bifolium bearing title bound at beginning of text. Folio. Modern three-quarter red morocco and cloth, gilt. Boards bowed, light rubbing to corners and spine ends. Central horizontal crease throughout, otherwise clean. Near fine. An extensive unpublished manuscript manual of diplomacy written for the use of Spanish consuls and commercial agents stationed in foreign countries by Gerónimo Ferrer y Valls (1797-1851), then the Spanish consul and commercial agent in Campeche, Yucatan, and addressed to Antonio González y González (1792-1876), then in his second term as Spain's Prime Minister. Ferrer y Valls explains that he wrote this treatise for the benefit of his consular colleagues and trade agents, having himself profited from Agustín de Letamendi's ATRIBUCIONES CONSULARES (1835). Arranged in thirty-six chapters, the text includes examples drawn from the author's own experience in Campeche. Following a discussion of commerce in general and the history of Spanish consulates, Ferrer y Valls examines the skills required by a consul and vice consul, arguing that such a figure should also undertake the role of the commercial agent. Consular documents are examined: the bill of health for the port for which the consul was responsible, the authentication of documents, the notification of petitions, and the books to be kept. These include a letter book of ministerial correspondence and another of correspondence with authorities within the country; a register of passports issued by the consul; a log of the entry and exit of ships; a book of certificates stating the origin of goods; a register of Spanish citizens resident in the country; and a book of sea protests, proxies, deeds, wills, and other public acts. Discussion of the jurisdiction of Spanish consuls is followed by a description of consular services and fees, with a table of tariffs. A particularly interesting example of a consular report given here is a table for the first quarter of 1842 recording imports and exports shipped into and out of the port of Campeche by Spanish merchant vessels. The treatise ends with a short chapter on inventories, listing, as an example, the papers, books, and effects in the consulate at Campeche. At the time of writing this treatise Ferrer y Valls was already an established author, having published, among other works, the similarly titled TRATADO ELEMENTAL TEÓRICO-PRÁCTICO DE RELACIONES COMERCIALES... in 1833, and edited a periodical entitled TECNOLÓGICO NACIONAL DE AGRICULTURA, ARTES INDUSTRIALES, CIENCIAS, COMERCIO Y LITERATURA in 1834. That Ferrer y Valls also intended to publish this manuscript is clear: not only is it a fair copy, with only a few corrections and cross-outs, but it contains a copy of a letter from the author, and Prime Minister Antonio González y Gonzálezs reply, regarding its printing. The author estimates the cost of printing and paper for 500 copies at no more than 150 pesos and states that if the government cannot meet the expense, he would, with González's approval, arrange the printing himself. In an interesting aside, Ferrer y Valls requests transfer to the new consulate in Montevideo, as the climate in Campeche is not congenial to his health. González's reply must have come as a disappointment on both accounts: it would not be appropriate for his ministry to publish the TRATADO, as it might give the work an authority which only government-issued instructions could have on such matters; as for the transfer, no definite decision had yet been made on the establishment of a consulate in Montevideo. That Ferrer y Valls continued to write, however, is clear from the publication of his CARTAS HISTÓRICAS, FILOSÓFICAS, ESTADÍSTICAS, AGRÍCOLAS, INDUSTRIALES Y MERCANTILES in 1846. The text of the TRATADO is followed by a copy of a letter from Ferrer y Valls, dated Dec. 26, 1842, to the Secretary of the Office of the Ministry of State in Madrid, enclosing an appendix, and the Secretary's reply of March 10, 1843. The appendix includes a "Copy of the case relative to the dispatch of passports to Spanish subjects by the commercial agent of Spain in Yucatan promoted by the government of the said state on 2 November 1841 and ended in favour of the representative of her majesty on 14 October 1842;" "A verbal claim made by the commercial agent of Spain in Yucatan on 18 October 1842 to the commander of the first division of operations for excluding the Spanish subject Juan Gual from the armed services;" and "A preventive communication directed by the commercial agent of Spain in Yucatan to the general in chief of the Mexican expeditionary troops and naval forces of the same state" of November 1842. A marvelous inside view of Spanish diplomatic relations, written in Mexico in the mid-19th century.

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        AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED: A PLEA FOR ABOLITION OF SLAVERY PENNED AS A SONNET BY ACTIVIST GEORGE THOMPSON ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF EMANCIPATION IN GREAT BRITAIN.

      Delhi [India]: August, 1843., 1843.. Good. - Over 123 words penned on an 8-1/4 inch high by 5-1/2 inch wide sheet of light blue paper. Titled "Sonnet / On the Morning of the 1st of August, the Anniversary of Emancipation", a magnificent 14-line anti-slavery sonnet that concludes with the powerful statement "... It is decreed! not far remote the time, / When freedom's trump shall sound through / every clime!". Signed "Geo. Thompson". Mounted with glue from the top of the verso onto a strip of heavier stock from an album, the letter is folded several times horizontally and vertically, with short teats to the edges of the folds. A piece is clipped from the top left corner and the right edge is creased and lightly chipped near the bottom. Apparently penned on a larger sheet with a portion of the mailing address with a red postal cancellation stamp from India penned on the verso. Good. The Slavery Abolition Act passed by the UK Parliament in 1833 came into force on August 1, 1834.The British antislavery orator and activist George Donisthorpe Thompson (1804-1878) worked toward the abolition of slavery through lecture tour and by introducing legislation while serving as a member of Parliament. An able orator, he was hired by the London Anti-Slavery Society in 1831. While in Scotland in 1832, where he became interested in abolishing slavery in the United States as well as other parts of the world, he met William Lloyd Garrison and the African-American abolitionist Nathaniel Paul. Invited to visit New England by Garrison, he traveled to the US in 1834 where he drew the attention of pro-slavery supporters and was forced to flee for his life. The Hobart Town Courier later printed a letter in which Thompson stated that he had "...left the United Sates to escape the asassins knife...", the editor noting that attempts had been made to "burn and murder" him in several US towns. He returned to the US following the passing of the Fugitive Slave Law in 1850. By then, the abolitionist movement having substantially grown and gained in influence, Thompson found a warmer welcome. Returning to London, he and his son founded the London Emancipation Society which supported the Union during the Civil War. Returning to America, allied himself with William Wells Brown and met President Abraham Lincoln. Throughout his life, Thompson was a powerful voice for emancipation. He supported East Indian reform, free trade, Chartism, non-resistance and the peace movement, often protesting legislation that offered only limited restriction on slavery.A remarkable example of the autograph of one of history's greatest abolitionist.

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        Secrets merveilleux de la magie naturelle & cabalistique du Petit Albert, traduits exactement sur l'original Latin, intitule: Alberti Parvi Lucii libellus de mirabilibus naturae arcanis

      Paris: B. Renaud, 1843. Very good antiquarian condition. Duodecimo. 144 pp. With woodcut frontispiece and 5 folding woodcut plates. Uncut copy in original printed wrappers with lithograph of an astronomer and an observatory on back cover (a little worn and soiled). Strange and wonderful magic grimoire in original unsophisticated state. The so-called "Little Albert" is a well-known collection of magical absurdities and impossiblilities. Brought down to the smallest hamlets in the saddlebags of salesmen, it represents a phenomenal publishing success, despite its reputation -- or because of it. "The "Little Albert" symbolises the huge cultural impact of the cheap print revolution of the early 18th century. The flood gates of magical knowledge were opened during the so-called Enlightenment and the Petit Albert became a name to conjure with across France and its overseas colonies. As well as practical household tips it included spells to catch fish, charms for healing, and instructions on how to make a Hand of Glory, which would render one invisible." (SOURCE: "Owen Davies's top 10 grimoires" in: The Guardian, 8 April 2009). "C'est parmi les livres populaires, le plus celebre et peut-etre le plus absurde... Il est tout naturel que le livre des secrets ait ete attribue a Albert le Grand, car ce docteur, tres savant pour son epoque, eut, parmi ces contemporains, la reputation d'etre sorcier. Le Livre des Secrets du Petit Albert est moins complet, mais le fonds reste le meme" (Brunet). The Petit Albert contained instructions on how to be a magician, as well as practical household tips, such as how to catch fish, and information about how to make your own Hand of Glory – which would give you powers of invisibility. Cf. Ferguson, "Bibliotheca Chemica" p. 17 & Ferguson, "Bibliographical notes on Books of Secrets," Part IV.

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        Elements of electro-metallurgy. ...... Second edition, revised, corrected, considerably enlarged, illustrated with electrotypes and numerous woodcuts.

      London: E. Palmer; Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1843. 8vo., frontispiece (the arms of Prince Albert the Prince Consort) printed in gold on glazed paper, title-page also printed on glazed paper with a central device of a medal celebrating the contributions of Galvani, Volta and others to the science of electricity, xvi + 338pp., with 37 woodcut figures in the text, new endpapers, contemporary half calf, rebacked, labelled and lettered in gilt. A very good copy inscribed on the flyleaf: 'W. Keneely Bridgman with a letter from the author'> and with an A.L.S. from Alfred Smee to Bridgman tipped in.>* Alfred Smee (1818-1877) was not only a leading chemist in the development and use of electro-metallurgy - and in particular in the precise manufacture of electrotype copies - but was also, from 1841, surgeon-general to the Bank of England. * The autograph letter, signed by Smee, tipped in to this presentation copy, dated 'Bank of England May 18th 1841', comprises some 34 closely written lines. It is largely a technical letter addressing the question of heterogeneous adhesion of metals and gases.

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        7 eigenh. Briefe m. Unterschrift.

      Zus. 29 S., 8. Auf Briefpapier mit gedrucktem Briefkopf Oeuvre de la Sainte Enfante. Dieses Kindermissionswerk geht auf eine französische Initiative des Bischofs Charles de Forbin Janson von Nancy zurück. Im Mai 1843 wurde dort das Kinderhilfswerk Oeuvre de la Sainte Enfance (deutsch: Werk der heiligen Kindheit) gegründet. Bereits im Jahr 1856 wurde der Verein von Papst Pius IX. als kirchlicher Verein anerkannt und erhielt einen Kardinal als Protektor. - Der Empfänger der auf Französisch abgefassten Briefe ist Jacques (Jacob) Mislin (1807-1878). Der aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen stammende Mislin konnte dank seines Onkels an der berühmten Lehranstalt von Porrentruy im Schweizer Kanton Bern studieren, wo er nicht viel später auch selbst unterrichten sollte. Der 1830 zum Priester geweihte kath. Theologe wurde 1836 auf Vermittlung des Grafen von Bombelle an den Wiener Hof berufen, wo er einer der Lehrer der Söhne von Erzherzog Franz Karl und Erzherzogin Sophie wurde und damit sowohl den zukünftigen Kaiser Franz Joseph wie auch Erzherzog Ferdinand Maximilian (später Kaiser Max von Mexiko) unterrichtete (u.a. auch in Erdkunde). Vor der Revolution von 1848 unternahm Mislin eine Pilgerreise von Wien über Budapest und Konstantinopel nach Jersusalem. Der danach erschienene Reisebericht wurde in mehrere Sprachen übersetzt und mehrfach nachgedruckt. In den folgenden Jahren leitete er die Bibliothek am Hof der Herzogin von Parma, Erzherzogin Marie Louise, wurde zum Abt von St. Maria von Deg (Ungarn), geheimer Kämmerer u. Hausprälat Papst Pius' XI., Apostolischer Pronotar, Kanoniker der Kathedrale von Großwardein, Träger zahlr. Orden (u.a. von Spanien, Parma u. des Ritterordens vom Heiligen Grab zu Jerusalem) sowie Mitglied zahlr. Akademien. Der Verfasser zahlr. Publikationen und Vertraute des belgischen Königs und des Grafen von Chambord blieb nach der Rückkehr von seiner Pilgerreise in Wien, wo er weiterhin in persönlichem Kontakt mit dem Kaiserhaus stand. - In einem numerierten, von Mislin eigenh. beschrifteten Papierumschlag. - Beiligend 8 Briefe von Molinier, Kanonikus dieses Missionswerkes (Paris, 1854-1857. Zus. 22 S., 8) auf demselben Briefpapier sowie eine Abschrift eines Briefes. -

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        THE ARTIST. A MONTHLY LADIES' BOOK. VOL I[-II]

      New York: F. Quarré, 1843. 12 issues, with 35 color plates. Large octavo. Contemporary full red sheep, boards gilt rules, spine gilt. Front hinged cracked, boards rubbed, edge and spine wear. Binder's ticket on front pastedown, slightly later pencil ownership inscription on front free endpaper. Edges dampstained, light tanning and scattered foxing. About very good. A complete run of an early and little known American periodical illustrated with color plates. Overlooked by both Bennett and McGrath, THE ARTIST... is an important work in the history of American color printing and in the development of color printing techniques. The publisher, an artist named F. Quarré, states in the introduction that the plates for the new periodical would be accomplished by "a process hitherto unknown." Quarré further states that the plates are "engravings in color...the invention and the means of execution are our own exclusive property...we shall have been the first to trace out a new line which has not as yet been attempted in any other country...." The plates appear to be aquatints, with different portions of the plate inked in different colors, and some of them closely resemble the color-printed plates of Jacob Bigelow's AMERICAN MEDICAL BOTANY of 1817-21. Quarré is not completely unknown - he is listed in Groce and Wallace, as well as in Jay Last's THE COLOR EXPLOSION. THE ARTIST was printed at the Herald Printing Establishment, at the corner of Nassau and Fulton Streets in New York, and was produced in only a small number of copies. In most, including the present one, in addition to purely color printed plates there are plates that are partly color printed and partly handcolored, plates that are entirely and conventionally hand colored, and plates that are embossed (of which one is hand colored). Finally there are several plates with simulated lace borders. "Quarré's most distinctive productions were flower aquatints embellished with engraved white lace, in the manner of the later valentine" - Groce & Wallace. "These plates exemplify the experimentation with color printing techniques in book illustration which paralleled the beginnings of chromolithography in the 1840s" - Reese. A rare and important periodical, never encountered as a complete run. REESE, STAMPED WITH A NATIONAL CHARACTER 48.

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        Exposé des Faits qui ont accompagné l'agression des Français contre l'Ile de Tahiti, par les Directeurs de la Société des Missions de Londres. Traduit de l'Anglais.

      Paris: L.-R. Delay, 1843. Octavo, viii, 80 pp.; uncut in original printed wrappers. A very scarce pamphlet: this discussion of the issue of French sovereignty in Tahiti is collected and translated from publications of the London Missionary Society, and publishes material from various sources including Captain FitzRoy's address to the Missionary Society, details of the visit of the Artémise to Tahiti and the various manoeuvrings of its Captain, La Place; details on the Moerenhout incident, and other articles on the Catholic missions in Tahiti.The London Missionary Society had been active in Tahiti since the arrival of their ship Duff in 1797, and in this tract they denounced French colonisation and promoted Tahitian self-determination.

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        Urkundenbuch der Stadt Lübeck herausgegeben von dem Vereine für Lübeckische Geschichte. 11 Tle. in 12 Bdn. (ohne Registerband). Lübeck, Aschenfeldt u.a., 1843-1905. Mit 7 Tafeln (1 gefalt.). 4°. Etw. spätere Hlwd.-Bde. mit RSch. (leicht berieben).

       1843 (= Codex Diplomaticus Lubecensis I).- Komplette Reihe des groß angelegten Projektes, hier bis auf den Gesamtregisterband vollständig. Die umfangreiche Quellensammlung wurde in großen Teilen durch den Leiter des Lübecker Staatsarchivs Carl Friedrich Wehrmann (1809 - 1898) besorgt.- 3 Bände etwas stockfleckig (sonst nur vereinzelt), 1 Band stellenweise etwas feuchtrandig. Vereinzelt Marginalien in Bleistift. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Notice sur les caractères zoologiques et anatomiques des sauroides vivans et fossiles.

      - Neuchatel, Petitpierre, 1843. Folio (33.5 x 24.8 cm). 73 pp., four large, folded, lithographed plates. Contemporary quarter calf over marbled boards. Spine with gilt lines and title. Marbled endpapers.l This finely illustrated work forms a part of Agassiz’s grand work on fossil fishes, as the subtitle reads: "Extrait de la 15e livraison des Recherches sur les Poissons fossiles", but published separately as it deals with recent herpetology. This copy is dedicated to the French zoologist (ichthyologist, herpetologist and malacologist) Achille Valenciennes (1794-1865;dedication in Agassiz's handwriting on the title page). A second inscription on the title page, being the autograph of the French ichthyologist, herpetologist and taxidermist at the Paris natural history museum, Alexandre Thominot (1821-1896), dated 5 julliet 1866 (i.e. after Valenciennes's death). Some light shelf wear, scattered foxing in the text page margins, the plates with light foxing. Rare. Dean I, p. 7; Nissen ZBI, 39. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LA TERRE SAINTE : VUES ET MONUMENTS - AVEC UNE DESCRIPTION HISTORIQUE SUR CHAQUE PLANCHE.

      BRUXELLES, SOCIETE DES BEAUX-ARTS 1843 - ROD0110180: Environ 250 pages. Dos à 5 nerfs. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc dans texte. Nombreuses planches en noir et blanc hors texte. Coiffe en tête et coiffe en pied abimées. Dos frottés. Dos déboité. 8 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES. In-Folio Relié. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos à nerfs. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 956-Moyen et Proche Orient [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le monete delle antiche famiglie di Roma fino allo Imperadore Augusto inclusivamente co' suoi zecchieri dette comunemente Consolari... Seconda edizione notabilmente accresciuta di tutte le novelle disquisizioni nummiche sulla materia, di tutte le monete finora discoperte, preterite nella prima, con venti tavole di aggiunta...

      Stamperia del Fibreno, 1843. Pp. (2) 288 (2). Con 72 tavole f.t. incise (l'ultima delle quali non numerata, con monogrammi). Unito a: RICCIO G. Le monete attribuite alla zecca dell'antica città di Luceria capitale della Daunia con un cenno della remota sua origine e grandezza... Napoli, Tip. Virgilio, 1846. Pp. (4) 27 (1). Con 5 tavole f.t. incise. Unito a: RICCIO G. Repertorio ossia descrizione e tassa delle monete di città antiche comprese ne' perimetri delle province componenti l'attuale Regno delle Due Sicilie al di qua del faro... Napoli, Tramater, 1852. Pp. vii (1) 111, 17 (3) + 2 tavole f.t. incise. Tre opere legate in un volume di cm. 26, solida legatura del tempo in mezza pelle, dorso liscio con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati da greca dorata. Esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione, con solo qualche arrossatura sparsa.

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        Sailing Directions for the Inner Route to Torres Strait. From Break-Sea Spit to Booby Island.

      Port Stephens: Printed by the Author, 1843. Small quarto, iv, 14 pp.; 20th-century dark morocco with gilt lettering. Exceptionally rare: printed only for private circulation on King's private press in Port Stephens (at the time he was still serving in the region as the representative of the Australian Agricultural Company). This is the only copy of this book Hordern House has ever sold, offered here for the second time. The rarest of King's works, and of signal importance for coastal voyage generally and the Great Barrier Reef specifically, this is a rare and significant survival.In his preface King comments that "I have been induced to print off a few copies" because he felt that sailing captains were losing what he considered their prejudice against what he had called the "inner route", a much quicker passage even though it required the ships to anchor at night. This was the first separate edition of these sailing directions, which had previously only been published as an article in the New South Wales Calendar and General Post Office Directory. Wantrup notes that the work is "Very rare... This work was published privately in a pioneering settlement by one of the great Australian discoverers and the foremost native-born Australian of his day. Unfortunately it is a very rare work and no copy has appeared for sale in many years" (Australian Rare Books).It is testament to the work's importance that the Hydrographic Office of the Admiralty republished it in 1849, together with added notes by Blackwood on the "outer route", around the time that the Admiralty also published Australian Views North-East Coast. Provenance: Commander Ingleton, with his distinctive bookplate; private collection (Sydney). In fine condition in modern binding.

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        Histoire naturelle des zoophytes. Acalèphes.

      Paris, Roret, 1843. 8vo (21.3 x 13.6 cm). Half title with publisher's list of "Suites à Buffon" publications on verso; title page, [v]-viii, 596 pp.; title page to the "Atlas", [ii], 12 chromolithographed plates, with additional handcolouring. Contemporary burgundy half calf over marbled boards. Spine with five raised bands. Compartments gilt vignettes and title. Marbled endpapers. Top edge red.l A rare work by the French ship's surgeon and naturalist René Primevère Lesson (1794-1849), who travelled with Duperrey around the world, and is renowned for his beautiful publications on hummingbirds, birds of paradise, and other animals. This work deals with jellyfish, Velella, and other hydrozoids, such as the Portugese man o' war; with fine illustrations of these fragile and colourful animals. Published in one of the "Suites" of Buffon but a separate work in itself. It includes detailed descriptions of new species. Light rubbing to boards, small chip to front pastedown. Internally very clean, unmarked, and with only a few pages mildly spotted. plates clean. A very good copy. Nissen ZBI, 2463.

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        Teilansicht, "Erster Spatenstich an der Friedr. Wilh. Nordbahn oberhalb Guschagen".

      - Lithographie v. u. n. v. C. Loewer b. Fr. Hanfstaengl in Dresden, 1843, 30 x 40,5 Thieme-Becker XXIII/328. Sehr seltenes Blatt, bibliografisch nicht nachweisbar. Zahlreiche Menschen feiern den Baubeginn der Friedrich-Wilhelm-Nordbahn an der Fulda bei Grebenau.

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        Carte des Grandes Antilles

      Parigi 1843 - Decorativa carta nautica delle Antille, realizzata dall'idrografo M. Keller ed edita a Parigi. In ottime condizioni. Decorative chart focused on the Greater Antilles. Prepared by M. Keller, hydrographer and engineer. Very good conditions. Dimensioni 890 600mm

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        The seven Chartist and military discourses libelled by the marquis of Abercorn, and other heritors of the Abbey parish. To which are added, four other discourses formerly published, with one or two more as a specimen of the author's mode of treating other scripture topics. With an appendix.

      Paisley, published by the author and sold by M. Paterson (and others), 1843. 8vo., viii + 424pp., occasional light spotting and soiling, old ownership inscription in pencil on p.[1], contemporary black half calf, spine gilt, slightly rubbed, rebacked preserving the original spine. First edition. Patrick Brewster, (1788-1859), a Church of Scotland minister and political activist, had become a prominent member of the Chartist movement by the late 1830s. 'However, he failed to win election to the national convention of Chartists, and despite an appearance on the same platform as Feargus O'Connor (1796–1855) in 1839 his vehement commitment to moral force alone lost him rank and file support. By 1841 he was turning to Joseph Sturge's Complete Suffrage Union, in the hope of a rapprochement between the two movements that would promote moral-force views. Ironically, just as Brewster was being sidelined within the Chartist movement, the Paisley presbytery, which had for some time been concerned by his political activities, chose to proceed against him. The immediate cause was his decision to preach on the rights of the poor at a Chartist church in Glasgow in 1841. After some preliminary actions a libel was served at the instance of the marquess of Abercorn and other heritors of the abbey parish in February 1843, but it was subsequently cancelled in December in the changed circumstances of the Disruption. Brewster's opinions were unchanged: he published The Seven Chartist and Military Discourses> (1843), in which he maintained that Christian churches had always opposed unjust rulers and should oppose the present tyranny of capitalism. ..... Brewster's passionate conviction that religion and politics were inseparable—he argued that ‘The Bible is full of politics'—and his almost Marxist recognition of working-class alienation within a capitalist state make him an outstanding and unusual figure among the establishment clergy of mid-nineteenth-century Scotland. His breadth of vision and analysis contrasts starkly with the more traditional social remedies of most of his clerical contemporaries, who supported nothing more radical than Chalmers's ‘godly commonwealth'.' [Rosemary Mitchell in ODNB].

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        Verbreitung und Einfluss des mikroskopischen Lebens in Sud- und Nord-Amerika. Ein Vortrag. Gelesen in der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin am 25 März und 10 Juni 1841 mit spätern Zusätzen. Nebst 4 colorirten Kupfertafeln.

      - Berlin, Königliche Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1843. Tall folio (41.1 x 27.5 cm). Title page, dedication page, 158 pp., four partly hand-coloured engraved plates. Original blind grey-blue wrappers.l Separate issue, in large paper size, of this rare work of fundamental importance to the knowledge of the Protozoa, including Foraminifera, and unicellular algae. A smaller sized offprint with the plates folded also exists, but also very rare. The four plates show diatoms, foraminifers and other microscopic organisms from the Falkland Islands, Cayenne, Real del Monte, and New York, respectively. More species are reported from many additional localities (for instance: several Caribbean islands; several U.S. states, etc., etc.). Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795-1876) was a German naturalist, explorer, zoologist, comparative anatomist, geologist, palaeontologist, and microscopist. He is perhaps best known for his works on microorganisms, writing extensively on "Infusionsthierchen" (Infusoria). Wrappers a little frayed on edges, and spine cover perished; title page foxed but otherwise internally a very good, clean copy. Cat. BM(NH) 2, p. 515; Sabin, 22070. Not in Nissen ZBI. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        1.:) Allgemeine Naturgeschichte für alle Stände. (2.:) Abbildungen zu Oken's Naturgeschichte.

      Stuttgart, Hoffmann'sche Verlags-Buchhandlung, 1833-1843. - 15 Bde. (inkl. Registerbd.) u. 1 Tafelbd. 8° u. (Tafelbd.:) 4°. Bd. 1 mit einigen Textillustr. Tafelbd. mit 1 lithogr. Titel, 164 (dv. 121 kol.) Tafeln u. einigen Textillustr. Pappbde. d. Zt. mit mont. goldgepr. Rückenschildern sowie Halblederbd. mit mont. goldgepr. Rückenbeschriftung und -dekoration. uniform, ausser Tafelband. Minimal berieben. Tafelband mit stockfleckigem Titelblatt und Vorsätzen. Im Buchblock lose. Nissen ZBI, 3006. Erste Ausgabe. Hauptwerk von Oken (od. Okenfuss), Lorenz (1779-1851): Dt. Naturforscher, Naturphilosoph u. Arzt. Er gab zwischen 1816 bis 1848 die Zeitschrift "Isis" heraus, die Anlass zahlreicher Kontroversen werden sollte, da Oken in ihr neben wissenschaftlichen Beiträgen auch seine politische Gesinnung offenlegte. Wegen öffentlichen Meinungsäusserungen gegen die reaktionären Weimarer Kräfte auf dem Wartburgfest 1817 wurde er inhaftiert und aus dem Lehramt entlassen. Nach kurzem Baseler Engagement lebte er als Privatmann in München. 1822 gründete er die heute noch aktuelle Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Aerzte. Wegen weiteren Disputen musste er die seit 1827 angenommene Professur für Physiologie in München abermals aufgeben. Die Stelle als ordentlicher Professor der Naturgeschichte, Naturphilosophie und Physiologie an der neugegründeten Universität in Zürich, die ihm 1833 angetragen wurde, bekleidete er bis zu seinem Tod. Die Lithographien in schönem Kolorit zeigen Pflanzen, Säugetiere, Insekten, Vögel, Amphibien, Anatomie u.a. - Mit dem gest. Portrait von Oken in Bd. 4. - Gesamthaft sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le corricolo

      Rare Belgian infringement, published the same year as the first edition, which he makes no mention. Binding to bradel full bottle green calico, smooth back slightly once adorned nets cold guards shaded modest contemporary binding. It should be noted that the Belgian edition we offer includes 3 volumes while the first edition in French has 4. Almost free copy Rare freckles, ex-dono pen on the title page of the first volume. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Méline & Cans & Cie Bruxelles 1843 10x15,5cm 3 volumes reliés en 1

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        Kathedrale Notre Dame ('Église De Notre-Dame, A Anvers. - Gastave Simonau del. et lith. - Imprimépar P. Simonau, Lithographe-Editeur, rue aux Choux, 68, à Bruxelles.').

      - Lithographie v. Gastave Simonau n. Gastave Simonau aus Principaux Monuments Gothiques de L' Europe. . b. P. Simonau in Brüssel, 1843, 66,5 x 51,5

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        Treatise on the Diseases of the Mouth; comprising the structure and functions of the mouth, the history of its diseases, the means of preserving it in beauty and health, and operations appertaining to the dental art

      Baltimore: American Society of Dental Surgeons, 1843. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Half calf on 5 raised bands with gilt stamped label on spine (slightly rubbed, bumped on corners). - New flyleaves, partly somewhat stained. A clean and beautifully bound copy of a very rare work. -Crowley 1801, Hirsch-H, 687 - One of the most important works in the history of dentistry. Near Fine.

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        Die Elemente Der Mechanik Des Himmels, Auf Neuem Wege Ohne Hulfe Hoherer Rechnungsgarten Dargestellt

      Weidmann'sche Buchhandlung, Leipzig 1843 - Xx, 315, (I, Errata], 2 Double Page Folding Charts At End. Original Brown Cloth Spine Printed In Gilt, Brown Marbled Paper Covered Boards, Cloth Tips. Worn Along Top And Bottom Of Spine With A Little Loss, A Few Small Losses Of Paper Along Edges Of Boards, Covers Clean, Contents Clean, Small Stamped Seal Of P. Andries, Astronomer, And Name Stamp Of Later American Author, Both On Front Endpaper, No Other Names Or Marks, Pages Clean With Just A Little Faint Foxing. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Perennials

      London: William Smith,, 1843-44. 2 volumes, quarto (277 x 210 mm). Early 20th century green pebble-grain morocco by Riviere, richly gilt spines, sides with single-line gilt border, gilt ornamental corner-pieces, all edges gilt, richly gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. 96 fine hand-coloured lithograph plates (with paper guards) by Day & Haghe after the Misses Loudon. Joints lightly rubbed, a touch of foxing to plates. A very good, clean set, handsomely bound. First and best edition. "Mrs. Loudon's attractive flower books, first published in the forties, were reissued ten or fifteen years later with plates that had become coarsened and joyless" (Wilfrid Blunt, The Art of Botanical Illustration, 1950, p. 236). Jane Loudon née Webb, (1807-1858), "was to Victorian gardening what Mrs Beeton was to cookery. Her beautifully illustrated books on gardening and plant identification sold in their thousands and women all over the country were enthused by them to take up gardening as a hobby" (V&A online). She met her husband, the landscape gardener and horticultural writer John Claudius Loudon, when her extraordinary early novel The Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-Second Century (1827) - a pioneering science fiction work which set futuristic technology, including a steam plough, among the trappings of Egyptomania - was reviewed favourably by Loudon in The Gardener's Magazine. The Scot decided to "seek out the acquaintance of the writer, whom he believed to be male" (ODNB) - and they were married seven months later.

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        Les classiques de la table, à l'usage des praticiens et des gens du monde

      First edition, first printing of 15 illustrations inset. Binding half calf navy blue, back with four nerves decorated with gilded dotted and decorated with double boxes decorated with golden vegetable friezes, small scratches on the caps, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, binding the time. Illustrated book of vignettes in the text. Some small minor foxing. Nice copy. Dentu & Tresse & J. Renouard & Cie & Mansut & Maison & Amyot Paris 1843 13,5x22,5cm relié

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        "We Pity the Plumage, But Forget the Dying Bird." An Address to the People on the Death of the Princess Charlotte.

      [London]: "Reprinted for Thomas Rodd" ca. 1843. 8vo. Gatherings stiched; red morocco slipcase. According to Wise: "In 1843, when advertising the present pamphlet for sale, Rodd asserted that it was a facsimile reprint of an alleged original edition of which the author had printed twenty copies in 1816. No example of this mysterious original has ever been unearthed; no trace of it beyond Rodd's own statement has ever been discovered; and no mention of any kind either of its printing or distribution is to be found in the correspondence of Shelley or any of his friends. My own opinion is that no original ever existed, that the private impression of twenty copies was a myth, and that Rodd's so-called facsimile reprint of 1843 is in fact the actual princeps of the Address" (Ashley V, p.64). Granniss Shelley, pp.43-44; Wise Shelley, p.46. Fine.

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        The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Perennials.

      London: William Smith, 1843-44 - 2 volumes, quarto (277 x 210 mm). Early 20th century green pebble-grain morocco by Riviere, richly gilt spines, sides with single-line gilt border, gilt ornamental corner-pieces, all edges gilt, richly gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. Joints lightly rubbed, a touch of foxing to plates. A very good, clean set, handsomely bound. 96 fine hand-coloured lithograph plates (with paper guards) by Day & Haghe after the Misses Loudon. First and best edition. "Mrs. Loudon's attractive flower books, first published in the forties, were reissued ten or fifteen years later with plates that had become coarsened and joyless" (Wilfrid Blunt, The Art of Botanical Illustration, 1950, p. 236). Jane Loudon née Webb, (1807-1858), "was to Victorian gardening what Mrs Beeton was to cookery. Her beautifully illustrated books on gardening and plant identification sold in their thousands and women all over the country were enthused by them to take up gardening as a hobby" (V&A online). She met her husband, the landscape gardener and horticultural writer John Claudius Loudon, when her extraordinary early novel The Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-Second Century (1827) - a pioneering science fiction work which set futuristic technology, including a steam plough, among the trappings of Egyptomania - was reviewed favourably by Loudon in The Gardener's Magazine. The Scot decided to "seek out the acquaintance of the writer, whom he believed to be male" (ODNB) - and they were married seven months later. Nissen 1237; Pritzel 5634; see also Sarah Dewis, The Loudons and the Gardening Press: A Victorian Cultural Industry (2016). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Notice sur les caractères zoologiques et anatomiques des sauroides vivans et fossiles. (Extrait de la 15e livraison des Recherches sur les Poissons fossiles).

      Neuchatel, Imprimerie Petitpierre, 1843, - in-folio, (33.5 x 24.8 cm), 73 p. (+1) + 4 grand lithogr dépl. (Lith. de Nicolet & Thez à Neuchatel), ex, non rogné dédicace de l?auteur ?à Mons. Miescher ms. de la part de son ami L. Agassiz?, brochure originale muette. With 4 large, folded, lithographed plates. This finely illustrated work forms a part of Agassiz?s grand work on fossil fishes, as stated on the titlepage, but published separately as it deals with recent herpetology. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Dean I, p. 7; Nissen ZBI, 39. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        THE ARTIST. A MONTHLY LADIES' BOOK. VOL I[-II]

      New York: F. Quarré, 1843. 12 issues, with 35 color plates. Large octavo. Contemporary full red sheep, boards gilt rules, spine gilt. Front hinged cracked, boards rubbed, edge and spine wear. Binder's ticket on front pastedown, slightly later pencil ownership inscription on front free endpaper. Edges dampstained, light tanning and scattered foxing. About very good. A complete run of an early and little known American periodical illustrated with color plates. Overlooked by both Bennett and McGrath, THE ARTIST... is an important work in the history of American color printing and in the development of color printing techniques. The publisher, an artist named F. Quarré, states in the introduction that the plates for the new periodical would be accomplished by "a process hitherto unknown." Quarré further states that the plates are "engravings in color...the invention and the means of execution are our own exclusive property...we shall have been the first to trace out a new line which has not as yet been attempted in any other country...." The plates appear to be aquatints, with different portions of the plate inked in different colors, and some of them closely resemble the color-printed plates of Jacob Bigelow's AMERICAN MEDICAL BOTANY of 1817-21. Quarré is not completely unknown - he is listed in Groce and Wallace, as well as in Jay Last's THE COLOR EXPLOSION. THE ARTIST was printed at the Herald Printing Establishment, at the corner of Nassau and Fulton Streets in New York, and was produced in only a small number of copies. In most, including the present one, in addition to purely color printed plates there are plates that are partly color printed and partly handcolored, plates that are entirely and conventionally hand colored, and plates that are embossed (of which one is hand colored). Finally there are several plates with simulated lace borders. "Quarré's most distinctive productions were flower aquatints embellished with engraved white lace, in the manner of the later valentine" - Groce & Wallace. "These plates exemplify the experimentation with color printing techniques in book illustration which paralleled the beginnings of chromolithography in the 1840s" - Reese. A rare and important periodical, never encountered as a complete run. REESE, STAMPED WITH A NATIONAL CHARACTER 48.

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        Oeffentliche Sanitätspflege für die Wundärzte der Königreiche Galizien und Lodomerien.

      Lemberg, Millikowski 1843. X, [8]Pränumeranten-Verzeichnis mit ca. 200 Beziehern, 290 S. 22 cm, Geprägtes Leinen (mit Originaleinband fachmännisch, unauffällig repariert) Original-Rückenvergoldung. Marmorierter Schnitt. - StaT, Papier altersbed. etwas fleckig. Sehr gutes Exemplar, des außerordentlich seltenen Werkes. Kein Eintrag im KVK; ein Expl. in der ÖNB. Das Pränumeranten-Verzeichnis mit ca. 200 Beziehern bildet wahrscheinlich weitgehend die gesamte Ärzteschaft des Bereichs ab. Damit ein bedeutendes medizinhistorisches Buch für den Raum Galizien und Wolhynien. Der Autor war Kreisphysicus in Zolkiew, heute Schowkwa, Ukraine, nördlich der Bezirkshauptstadt Lemberg. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        MANUALE DI DIRITTO CIVILE OSSIA COMMENTARIO SUL CODICE CIVILE tomo III

      ALL'INSEGNA DELL'ANCORA, 1843. ITALIANO 1,5 I ed. napoletana con l'aggiunta del confronto con le leggi civili per lo Regno delle Due Sicilie di Antonio Tosti, testi a due colonne, pagine con lieve fioritura, coperta rigida con piatti usurati agli angoli e scoloriti da fioritura e tracce di umidità, dorso in pelle con titoli ed eleganti fregi d'oro, con 4 nervature ed alcune abrasioni USATO

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        Carta generale della Sicilia divisa in Provincie Distretti e Circondati

      Napoli 1843 - Carta geografica della Sicilia tratta da "Atlante Corografico del Regno delle Due Sicilie" edito a Napoli in tre ristampe dal 1840 al 1856. L’Atlante Corografico, come consuetudine all’epoca, uscì a dispense. Venne anche stampato un Manifesto di Associazione, probabilmente nel 1843) allo scopo di raccogliere sottoscrizioni per l’opera, nel quale era descritto il contenuto dell’opera, le carte già realizzate e il relativo costo. Nel prospetto erano previste anche due tavole con la "Posizione astronomica, topografica e geodesia, popolazione e divisione amministrativa " che non furono mai realizzate. Il materiale che utilizzò per la compilazione, era costituito dai due atlanti, anteriori solo di un decennio, realizzati dal Marzolla e da De Salvatori. Di fatto, De Sanctis non era né geografo né topografo, e il suo atlante è anzitutto un’opera di compilazione. Le tavole, prive di reticolo geografico, sono veri e proprio esercizi di grafica e calligrafica, che fanno dell’opera uno dei più raffinati atlanti del secolo. Inoltre, riflettono il suo interesse per i dati statistici. Ogni tavola è adornata con lo stemma della provincia rappresentata. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni, in ottime condizioni. Map taken from "Atlante Corografico del Regno delle Due Sicilie" published in Naples, three editions from 1840 to 1856. The Atlante Corografico, as usual at the time, came out in a single parts. It was also printed a poster of Association, (probably in 1843) in order to collect subscriptions for the work, in which he had described the content of the work, the cards have already been completed and the relevant cost. Copper engraving, contemporary coloring of the edges, in good condition. La Gumina (2015), n. 279; La collezione Spagnolo Patermo, p. 663, 347. Dimensioni 620 475mm

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        Reprints of Rare Tracts.Chiefly Illustrative of the History of the Northern Counties (4 volume set)

      Newcastle Upon Tyne; Private Printing. - Octavo. A matched run of 36 tracts, variously paginated, dating from 1843-1849. Illustrated; initial letters and embellishments in red, blue and green. Book Condition: Very Good. Four volumes of seven comprising the four Historical volumes (lacking the two bibliographical vols and one misc. ) Vol I in half calf over marbled paper boards with red leather labels and gilt titles to spine with gilt decoration to compartments; the other volumes in matching maroon half-calf over maroon cloth with gilt titles to spine. All have five raised bands and marbled endpapers & Vol I has all edges stained red. Sporadic light foxing mainly to Vol I. Name of former owner handwritten to Vol I and armorial bookplates to others. Edges a little rubbed particularly to Vol I and boards slightly scuffed. Each tract was published in an edition of only 100 copies and collected volumes are even scarcer. The superb colour-printing is very accomplished and extensive and typical of Richardson's press. Most of the works were originally published in the 17th century and concern Newcastle's pivotal role on the border between England and Scotland in the English Civil War. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Collection de 17 publications icariennes.

      1843-1848 1843 - L'ensemble relié en 1 vol. in-8, demi-veau blond, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (reliure de l'époque). CABET (Etienne). Douze Lettres d'un Communiste à un réformiste sur la Communauté. Paris, Imp. de E. B. Delanchy, 1845. In-8 de 166 pp. Troisième édition. Lettres écrites du 26 mai 1841 au 18 février 1842. Portrait. Prudhommeaux, A47. CABET (Etienne). Bombardement de Barcelone ou Voila les Bastilles ! Histoire de l'insurrection et du bombardement. Documents historiques. Opinion des Journaux espagnols, anglais et français. Appréciation des faits. Paris, Au Bureau du Populaire, 1843. In-8 de (4)-124 pp. Deuxième édition. Prudhommeaux, A67. CABET (Etienne). Les Masques arrachés. Paris, Imp. de E. B. Delanchy, 1844. In-8 de 144 pp. Edition originale. Prudhommeaux, A78. CABET (Etienne). Le Cataclysme social ou Conjurons la Tempête. Paris, Au Bureau du Populaire, 1845. In-8 de 21-(3) pp. Edition originale. Prudhommeaux, A80. CABET (Etienne). Le Salut est dans l'Union ; La Concurrence est dans la Ruine. Paris, Imp. de E. B. Delanchy, 1845. In-8 de 56 pp. Edition originale. Inconnu de Prudhommeaux qui cite un titre différent mais approchant (A82). CABET (Etienne). Réfutation ou Examen de tous les écrits ou Journaux contre ou sur la Communaué. Réfutation des trois ouvrages de L'abbé Constant. Paris Chez Prévot, 1841. In-8 de (2)-33-(1) pp. Edition originale. Prudhommeaux, A55. CABET (Etienne). Réfutation de l'Humanitaire, (Demandant l'abolition du Mariage et de la Famille). Paris Chez Prévot, 1841. In-8 de 12 pp. Edition originale. Prudhommeaux, A54. CABET (Etienne). Réfutation des Doctrines de l'Atelier. Paris Chez Prévot, 1842. In-8 de (2)-32-(2) pp. Edition originale. Prudhommeaux, A57. CABET (Etienne). Le Gant jeté au Communisme par un un riche Jésuite, Académicien à Lyon, Ramassé Par M. Cabet. Paris, Au Bureau du Populaire, 1844. In-8 de 21-(3) pp. Edition originale. Prudhommeaux, A74. CABET (Etienne). Aux Membres du Gouvernement Provisoire. Typographie Félix Maltesse et Comp. 1848. In-8 de 4 pp. Prudhommeaux, B6 (pour l'originale in-plano). CABET (Etienne). Petit Dialogues populaires sur la Communauté. Premier Dialogue. -Ne Toumentez pas pour convertir. Paris, Imp. de E. B. Delanchy, 1844. In-8 de 4 pp. Deuxième édition. Prudhommeaux, A58. CABET (Etienne). A Bas les Communistes ! Typographie Félix Maltesse et Ce, 1848. In-8 de 4 pp. Edition originale. Dialogue. Prudhommeaux, B5. CABET (Etienne). A Ceux qui menacent d'assassinat. (Extrait du Populaire du 22 avril 1848). Paris, Au Bureau du Populaire, 1848. In-8 de 16 pp. Prudhommeaux, B8. Règlement pour la Société fraternelle. Typographie Félix Maltesse et Ce, 1848. In-8 de 7 pp. Inconnu de Prudhommeaux. HARDIER. Choeur des Icaries. Paris, Typ. Soupé, sd. [1848]. 1 p. in-8 contrecollé au verso d'un feuillet planc. Inconnu de Prudhommeaux. Société fraternelle centrale. Discours du citoyen Cabet. Paris, Au Bureau du Populaire, 1848. 11 discours en 10 livraisons in-8, du 6 mars 1848 au 8 mai 1848. Edition originale. Prudhommeaux, B2. Ier Discours, 6 mars 1848 : La garde Nationale, la Liberté de la Presse, le Droit d'association, de réunion, et de discussion, les Elections et le travail. In-8 de 15-(1) pp. 2e Discours, 13 mars 1848 : La Nécessité d'éloigner les troupes et d'ajourner les élections. In-8 de 16 pp. 3e Discours, 17 mars 1848 : La Manifestation du 17 mars et la nécessité d'ajourner les élections. In-8 de 14 pp. 4e Discours, 22 mars 1848 : Sur ce qu'il fallait faire et sur l'ajournement des élections. In-8 de 14-(2) pp. 5e Discours, 24 mars 1848 : Sur la Profession de foi à exiger des candidats à l'Assemblée Nationale. In-8 de 14-(2) pp. 6e Discours, 29 mars 1848 : Sur les élections. In-8 de 14-(2) pp. 7e et 8e Discours, 3 et 10 avril 1848 : Sur les élections. Reception et discours de Robert Owen. In-8 de 15-(1) pp. 9e Discours, 24 avril 1848 : Sur la proscription contre les communistes et sur l'esprit du communiste. In-8 de 15-(1) pp. 10e Discours, 1er mai 1848 : Exposé r [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A HISTORY OF BRITISH BIRDS

      John van Voorst 1843 - Yarell, William. A HISTORY OF BRITISH BIRDS. 3 Volumes with Supplement. London: John van Voorst, 1843. 3 Volumes. 528pp., 672pp., 384pp., illustrated with 520 wood engravings. Bound in at the rear of volume III: SUPPLEMENT TO THE HISTORY OF BRITISH BIRDS. London: John van Voorst, 1845. 73pp., illustrated with wood engravings. 8vo. Three quarter leather/marbled paper boards, 5 raised bands, with gilt, leather spine labels, marbled end papers, upper edges gilt. Foxing on blank pages preceding half-title pages, interior pages clean and bright, the interior hinges are sound, the bindings are tight. Some shelfwear along the exterior hinges, edges of covers, upper and lower edges of spines, minor rubbing on the surface of the marbled paper covers. Overall an attractive set. Very Good+ leatherbound hardcover set [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A FLORA OF THE STATE OF NEW-YORK, COMPRISING FULL DESCRIPTIONS OF ALL THE INDIGENOUS AND NATURALIZED PLANTS HITHERTO DISCOVERED IN THE STATE, WITH REMARKS ON THEIR ECONOMICAL & MEDICINAL PROPERTIES (2 Volumes; Color Plates)

      Albany: Carroll and Cook, Printers to the Assembly, 1843. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. The complete two-volume set, in the publisher's brown embossed cloth boards. Volume I has been rebacked with most of the original spine -- including the titling -- laid down. Volume I has 72 plates in black and white, while Volume II has the 90 superb handcolored plates, one of which is a folding plate. The plates are for the most part clean without foxing, though there is some off-setting from time to time. The series title pages are foxed, and there is scattered foxing elsewhere in the text. Some of the plates have some later sewing. Very Good binding.

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        China, in a Series of Views displaying it's Scenery, Architecture and Social Habit of that Ancient Empire. Illustrated. Vol 3

      Fisher, Son & Co, London 1843 - Vol 3 & 4(of 4) pp.iii,68;56. Complete with 62 fascinating engravings showing scenes of early Chinese social life, such as opium smokers, market scenes and views of ports and settlements. Bound in original green morocco with gilt decorations to boards and raised bands to spine. AEG. Spine sunned with some damage. Stamp to front paste down. Original marbled endpaper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ARION. Sammlung auserlesener Gesangstücke mit Begleitung der Guitarre. Deutsches Musikmanuskript auf Papier. Deutschland, um 1860. Quer. 8º. Mit gezeichnetem Titel mit aquarellierter Vignette und 61 nn. Bll. mit Noten, (sowie einige mit unbeschriebenen vorgezogenen Notenlinien). Goldgepr. Ldr. d. Zt. mit dreiseit. Goldschnitt.

      - Hübsche Liedersammlung unter dem im mittleren 18. Jahrhundert populären Titel "Arion", benannt nach Arion von Lesbos, dem griechischen Dichter und Sänger aus dem siebten Jahrhundert vor Christus. Unter diesem Titel sind auch Drucke von Liedern mit Gitarrenbegleitung erschienen, verbreitet waren derartige Sammlungen aber meist in handschriftlicher Zusammenstellung. In unserer von dem Musikpädagogen Ferdinand Krieger (1843-1887) wohl in der Jugend- und Studienzeit abgefaßten Handschrift sind viele populäre, für diese Besetzung arrangierte Gesangsstücke vereint, darunter von Mozart (Duett aus dem Titus, Ständchen des Don Giovanni), Carl Maria von Weber ("Wiegenlied" u. a.), Carl Friedrich Curschmann, Franz Kugler, Mauro Giuliani, Carl Blum ("Der Erlkönig" nach Goethe), Peter Joseph von Lindpaintner und weiteren Komponisten, vornehmlich der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts.- Innengelenke gebrochen, etw. fingerfl. und in den Rändern gebräunt.- Dekorativ gebunden.# Musical manuscript "Songs with accompaniment of the guitar" by the German music pedagogue Ferdinand Krieger (1843-1887); named ARION after Arion of Lesbos, the Greek poet and singer from the seventh century BC.- With drawn title with watercolored vignette and 61 sheets with music pieces arranged for guitar.- Nice binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Naturalist's Library; Entomology (3 Vols )

      Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, 1843. 12mo. Three volumes :Introduction to Entomology: Vol. 34, 331pp., 31 plates. Bees: Volume 6. 301pp., 32 plates and shows how to construct bee hives for collecting honey. Beetles: Volume 2, 269pp., 32 plates. Each include frontispiece and engraved vignette title page. Several plates re hand colored. Bound in 3/4 maroon morocco over marbled paper covered boards, raised bands gilt, double brown morocco spine labels gilt, internally fresh with an occasional off-setting from plate to text, bindings rubbed.

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        Samuel Sowerby; or, Doings at Ravensdale Priory. By the author of "Captain Bolio," "Fred Hamilton," &c

      London: Willoughby & Co., Warwick Lane and Smithfield, 1843. First edition. 20 steel engravings by "Phiz". 316, [8, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original brown blind stamped cloth. Fine in slipcase and cloth chemise. First edition. 20 steel engravings by "Phiz". 316, [8, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Twenty of Hablot K. Browne's etchings for G. P. R. James's "The Commissioner" were used in "Samuel Sowerby"; the author is unknown and the text was written to match the illustrations. The British Library records "The Rambles of Captain Bolio. By Della" published in 1838; and assigns a provisional date of 1845 to the present title. Phiz in his prime was prolific and without equal. As G. K. Chesterton observed, "no other illustrator ever created the true Dickens characters with the precise and correct quantum of exaggeration. No other illustrator ever breathed the true Dickens atmosphere, in which clerks are clerks and yet at the same time elves" (cited in ODNB). In the present work, plates such as "The Insane Poet" and the final plate, "In at the Death", depicting a foxhunting accident, are as fine as anything he produced for Dickens. Wolff 7562 (dating to 1843); Block p. 205

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        Monographie du The. Description Botanique, Torrefaction, Composition Chimique, Proprietes Hygieniques de cette Feuille

      Paris: Published by the author, 1843. First edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Finely illustrated monograph on tea and tea manufacturing. Contents include the history of tea cultivation, origin, chemical composition of tea, medical properties of tea, and preparation of tea. 8vo, (iv,) 160pp, 17 full page engraved plates. Blue cloth, gilt decoration & title on spine. Corners bumped, covers and spine ends a bit rubbed.

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        The New Panorama of Matlock, Buxton & Castleton.

      London Walton and Mitchell Printers S. Rayner Spar & Marble Warehouse 232 Regent Street C. Hullmandel's Lithography no date c 1843 - Small 8vo (in 4s), 157 x 93 mms., pp. 48, engraved map as frontispiece, engraved title-page. BOUND WITH: [RHODES Ebenezer]: Modern Chatsworth, or, the Palace of the Peak. By the Author of "Peak Scenery." Sheffield: Printed for the Author, and sold by Mr. G. Ridge., Mrs. Maw and Mr. Vallance, Matlock., 1835. 12mo (in 6s), pp. 54. BOUND WITH: HEDINGER (J. M.): A Short Description of Castleton, in Derbyshire: Its Natural Curiosities, and Mineral Productions. Twenty-Fifth Edition. Stockport: Printed by S. Dodge.and Sold by E. Needham, Castleton [1839]. 12mo (in 6s), pp. 36, steel-engraved frontispiece, engraved vignette on title-page, and one other full-page engraved plate opposite page 13; very closely trimmed, with almost no margins. 3 volumes in one, bound in contemporary half calf, marbled boards, gilt spine, black morocco label; boards slightly worn, but a good copy. All the towns or villages mentioned in this three early tourist guides are located in the Peak District of Derbyshire. The first item, which appears to be unrecorded, was lithographed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel (1789 - 1850), who was certainly one of the most important figures in the development of lithography in Britain. He set up shop in 1818 and in 1824 published his seminal text, The Art of Drawing on Stone. I couldn't find a copy of The New Panorama of Matlock, Buxton, and Castleton, but the printers were active in 1843. I located copies of Modern Chatsworth at the BL and at Yale. The last item, A Short Description of Castleton, in Derbyshire is a bit more common. It seems to have been printed as early as 1800, and a twenty-sixth edition was published in 1839. Copac lists at least thirty-three separate editions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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        OBSERVATIONS UPON THE TREATY OF WASHINGTON, signed August 9, 1842; with the Treaty annexed.

      London, John W. Parker, 1843.. Together with a Map, to illustrate the boundary line as established by the Treaty between Her Majesty's colonies of New Brunswick and Canada and the United States of America. FIRST EDITION 1843. 8vo, 210 x 130 mm, 8½ x 5¼ inches, large folding coloured map of north eastern boundary between Canada and USA, 119 pages plus 16 page catalogue, bound in quarter contemporary calf over marbled sides, gilt rules, gilt decoration at head and tail of spine and gilt lettering. Spine faded, few scrapes to leather on lower cover, top corners slightly worn, inscription with bookplate on front pastedown, slight offsetting from map onto title page, contents otherwise bright and clean. This treaty also known as the Webster-Ashburton Treaty settled the dispute over the location of the Maine-New Brunswick border between the United States and Canada, then a colony of Britain. It also called for a final end to the slave trade on the high seas, to be enforced by both signatories; and agreed on terms for shared use of the Great Lakes. Sabin 23962. Bound with: CORRECTED REPORT OF SPEECHES DELIVERED BY THE RIGHT HON. GEORGE CANNING, December 12, 1826, on the motion for an Address to the King in answer to His Majesty's message relative to the Affairs of Portugal. London, James Ridgway, 1827. Fourth edition, 61 pages plus 8 page catalogue. Very good condition. Canning replies to the King's message regarding Portugal's appeal for assistance against bands of Portuguese rebels armed, equipped and trained in Spain who had attacked Portugal from that country. He describes the long history of the alliance between Portugal and Great Britain. At the end of 1827 the British government sent troops to Lisbon who put down the insurrection. 2 scarce items bound together. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Report Intended to Illustrate a Map of the Hydrographical Basin of the Upper Mississippi River.

      Washington : Blair & Rives 1843 - Senate issue, 1 of 300. Bound in modern green cloth. Gilt titling on spine. Foxing throughout. Light crease in center of text. Contains": "Hydrographical Basin of the Upper Mississippi River From Astronomical and Barometrical Observations Surveys and Information." Large fold out map, 92 x 76 cm. Map in good shape, but with a few small puncture marks. Scale 1:1,200,000. This map was the first detailed modern depiction of the Great Lakes region and the primary source for the area at that time. Goetzmann states that Nicollet's "Map of the Hydrographic Basin of the Upper Mississippi River" was "based on some 90,000 instrument readings and 326 distinctly determined astronomical points. With its overall regional concept of a 'hydrographic basin,' Nicollet's map and the accompanying report were years ahead of their time. Had he lived one more decade, Nicollet would undoubtedly have become the official government cartographer of the whole trans-Mississippi West". Significantly, text contains the first description of early St. Louis. Explorers Club blind stamp on title. Provenance: Explorers Club (NYC) book plate. Signed on book plate by James B. Ford. Ford was the President of the Club, the Club's library is named after him. References abound: Goetzmann, Exploration and Empire, 1993, p.313; Howes N-152; Sabin 55257; Streeter III:1808; Wagner-Camp-Becker 98; Schwartz and Ehrenberg, pages 267-8, plate 165; Graff 3022; Wheat, Transmississippi West II, p. 180. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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