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        History of Rome

      Fellows, Edinburgh 1845 - 5 vols. 4th edition. Contemporary full calf. A fine set in full early calf, gilt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire Naturelle des Lépidoptères exotiques par H. Lucas.avec 80 planches reprèsentant 400 sujets peintes d´après nature, gravèes sur acier par Pauquet.

      - H. LUCAS. Histoire Naturelle des Lépidoptères exotiques par H. Lucas.avec 80 planches reprèsentant 400 sujets peintes d´après nature, gravèes sur acier par Pauquet. Paris: F. Savy, Libraire-Éditeur. 24,5 cm. 156 p. 80 planchas grabadas al acero y pintadas a mano, representando 400 tipos de lepidóptero. 2 planchas sin pintar en el apéndice "De la caza y la preparación de las mariposas". Leves puntos de oxidación en el texto, pero las láminas muy limpias y en impecable estado de conservación. Sin fecha en el pie de imprenta y sin colofón (circa 1845). Encuadernación original de época en tela editorial y lomo en piel. Canto superior dorado. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Shipwrecked Orphans: A True Narrative of the Shipwreck and Sufferings of John Ireland and William Doyley, Who Were Wrecked in the Ship Charles Eaton, on an Island in the South Seas

      S. Babcock, New Haven 1845 - First American edition, second issue (with Preface dated 1845). Wood-engraved title vignette and border, 8 wood-engraved plates. 64 pp. 12mo. Shipwrecked in the Torres Strait. Early American chapbook printing of this first-hand account of the wreck of the Charles Eaton off the north coast of Australia and the subsequent capture and massacre of most of the survivors. One of the earliest juveniles to be set in Australia - though the gruesome account of murder and cannibalism hardly makes it suitable for young readers. The Charles Eaton set sail from London in 1833 with a crew of 22 and 30 passengers, most of whom were children from the Emigration Society. After the ship was wrecked on the Great Barrier Reef at the entrance to the Torres Straights, the majority of the survivors escaped on two rafts. One of the rafts arrived on a nearby island ("Boydan"), where the survivors endured days of torment by the unfriendly natives. The islanders eventually clubbed to death all but two of the survivors, sparing William Sexton and John Ireland, who narrates the events. The two were sent to another island where they were reunited with the two young sons of Captain William Doyley of the Charles Eaton, the rest of the survivors having been murdered. Ireland and William Doyley were later traded for two bunches of bananas to natives of Murray Island, where they spent several years. They were taken in by one Dupper and his family and adopted the language and dress of the natives. After several years of life among the aborigines of Murray Island, and several missed opportunities to contact European ships, Ireland and Doyley were rescued by Captain Charles Morgan Lewis of the Isabella.Ireland's account was first published in London 1838 and in the first American edition by Babcock in 1845. This second issue has the Preface dated 1845 (opposed to 1844 in the first) and a different cover design. A stunning, fine copy. Hill 869 (Preface dated 1844); not in Huntress. Provenance: John H. William (contemporary inscription, "John H. William's Book. Presented by his uncle H. Williams") Publisher's yellow wrappers printed in green. Fine Wood-engraved title vignette and border, 8 wood-engraved plates. 64 pp. 12mo First American edition, second issue (with Preface dated 1845). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Tischler-Werkstatt. Gerahmte Lithographie um 1845.

      Felgner, Berlin - Bildgröße: 25,5 x 36 cm, unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 46 x 53 cm ). Druck und Verlag von A. Felgner, Berlin. Gezeigt wird eine Tischlerwerkstatt mit 5 arbeitenden Personen, zahlreichen Gerätschaften sowie einer gefertigten Wiege, einem kleinen Schrank sowie einem Sarg. Mit umfangreicher: * Der Tischler ist in seinem Fach, als Künstler wohl bekannt, das Erste was das Kind bedarf, das kommt von seiner Hand - Den Sarg, das Letzte auf der Welt, der Tischler macht ihn zu, Als Meister und als Menschenfreund bringt Alle er zur Ruh.*. Die Lithographie etwas lichtrandig, der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Die Tischler-Werkstatt. Gerahmte Lithographie um 1845.

      Felgner Berlin Bildgröße: 25,5 x 36 cm, unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 46 x 53 cm ). Druck und Verlag von A. Felgner, Berlin. Gezeigt wird eine Tischlerwerkstatt mit 5 arbeitenden Personen, zahlreichen Gerätschaften sowie einer gefertigten Wiege, einem kleinen Schrank sowie einem Sarg. Mit umfangreicher: * Der Tischler ist in seinem Fach, als Künstler wohl bekannt, das Erste was das Kind bedarf, das kommt von seiner Hand - Den Sarg, das Letzte auf der Welt, der Tischler macht ihn zu, Als Meister und als Menschenfreund bringt Alle er zur Ruh.*. Die Lithographie etwas lichtrandig, der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Felgner, Tischler, Tischlerwerkstatt, Lithographie, Google, Tischlerei, Zimmermann, Holz, Holzverarbeitung, Werkstatt, Wiege, Sarg, Schrank, Tischlern

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        Headlong Hall and Nightmare Abbey (First American Edition)

      NY: Wiley and Putnam, 1845. First. Three-Quarter Leather. Tan three-quarter leather with raised hubs over marbled paper-covered boards, black leather spine label lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers. Small 8vo. Somewhat unusually, the title page states "First American Edition" under the main titles; the author's name, however, does not appear. 172 pps. A tight copy, rubbed about the edges and gutters and somewhat scuffed along the spine strip. Foxing to the blanks and very occasionally in the text. Still a perfectly acceptable copy. "Headlong Hall" was Peacock's first novel, originally published in England in 1815. Set at a Welsh country manor, it is peopled by a set of characters, each embodying a particular intellectual obsession and is replete with comic and satirical elements. "Nightmare Abbey" (originally published in England in 1818), was Peacock's most famous and enduring work, filled with gothic motifs like shadowy manor houses with secret rooms and sliding panels. In point of fact, the book is a series of satirical romances poking fun at some the major figures of the Romantic Movement; Byron appears as Mr. Cypress, Coleridge (Mr. Floskey) and Shelley (Scythrop Glowry).

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        L'Irlande au dix neuvième siècle

      Mandeville[|Curmer ]. - Mandeville[ Curmer ], Paris 1845 (S.d), In-4 (22,5x28,5cm), 126pp. 62Pl., relié. - Edizione originale splendidamente illustrato con 62 tavole incise su acciaio da Bartlett con un frontespizio e un titolo inciso, il tutto su una forte pergamena. Introduzione di Baron Taylor. Una carta. Binding angoli rossi metà marocco di dolore 1860 firmato Amand. Torna ai nervi giansenisti. Titolo doré.Frottement i bordi superiore e. Una barra in un angolo. Piccola macchia scura sul coperchio superiore in pelle. Tutto molto fresco tranne che per alcuni molto rari Browning, soprattutto ai margini di 2 schede che contengono molti. copiare grande margine, non tagliati. Il testo è il racconto del viaggio fatto da Prevost, inizia a Londra, Windsor, Bristol e poi è arrivato a Cork e visitare in tutta l'Irlanda. storici, considerazioni geografiche. Le abitudini degli irlandesi ... - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale magnifiquement illustrée de 62 planches gravées sur acier par Bartlett dont un frontispice et un titre gravé, le tout sur velin fort. Introduction par le Baron Taylor. Une carte. Reliure en demi maroquin rouge à coins de chagrin vers 1860 signée Amand. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Titre doré.Frottement en tête et en bordures. Une estafilade à un coin. Petites tache sombres sur le cuir du plat supérieur. Ensemble très frais hormis quelques très rares brunissures, notamment sur les marges de 2 planches qui en contiennent de nombreuses. Exemplaire grand de marge, non rogné. Le texte est la narration du voyage réalisé par Prévost, celui-ci démarre à Londres, Windsor, Bristol puis débarque à Cork et visite toute l'Irlande. Considérations historiques, géographiques. Moeurs des Irlandais...  

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        Panoramaansicht, "Panorama von Wiesbaden".

      - Aquatinta v. Ruff n. Ditzler, um 1845, 8,5 x 52,5 Mit restauriertem Randeinriß im breiten weißen Rand. Sprache: Deutsch

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        TA., Kilianskapelle und Stadtkirche, im Hintergrund das Schloß, "Vertheim - Vertheim".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Bichebois ( Fig. von Bayot ) n. Chapuy b. Lemercier in Paris, 1845, 38,5 x 26,5 (H) Schefold, Nr. 35259. - Seltenes und dek. Blatt. Sprache: Deutsch

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        TA., Hotel Ritter, "Hôtel du Chevalier à Heidelberg - Gasthaus zum Ritter in Heidelberg".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Deroy, Fig par Bayot n. Chapuy b. Lemercier in Paris, um 1845, 39,5 x 28,5 (H) Schönes und breitrandiges Blatt, zusätzlich mit der Verlagsadresse ". bey Meder". Sprache: Deutsch

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        Domkirche; im Vordergrund Pferdekarren und Personen ('Cathédrale de Worms - Dom Kirche von Worms').

      - getönte Lithographie v. Philippe Benoist n. Chapuy gedr. b. Lemercier in Paris b. Goupil & Cie in Paris und London, 1845, 40 x 28,5

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        TA., St. Lorenzkirche, ". - Seitenansicht der Laurentius - Kirche in Nürnberg". im Hintergrund das Nassauer Haus.

      - kol. Lithographie v. Bachelier u. Bayot n. Chapuy, 1845, 38,2 x 27,2 (H) Sprache: Deutsch

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        LOS TRES MOSQUETEROS del rey Luis XIII - 2 TOMOS - PRIMERA EDICION EN CASTELLANO

      Imp. De IGNACIO OLIVERES 1845 - 532/524 págs - D. L.C. y D. T. L. TAPAS Y LOMOS DESGASTADOS [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The ANGLER' PROGRESS, The Tyne Fisher's farewell, The Fisher's Garland 1822-32, On the Pleasures and Utility of Angling by William Andrew Mitchell etc, & The Fisher's Garland for 1831-1845 (Volume 2)

      Newcastle: Printed for Emerson Charnley, 1845. 2 vols. 8vo. Half contemporary calf, with elaborate morocco plaque on front pastedown of the second volume. Bookplate of Eugene Connett in the First Volume. 2 vols. 8vo. CONNETT'S COPY. Inscribed on the ffep of VOLUME 2: "This pretty collection of Fishers Garlands was sent me by my dear friend William A. Chatto esq., author of Scenes and recollections of Fly Fishing & London 1834, published by him under his usual nom de plume 'Stephen Oliver the younger' and many other works-several of the Garlands are by him. Robert Balmann-July 1843."All contributions are identified.

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        Henry Clay

      January 1, 1845. Broadside: Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Daily American Citizen, January 1, 1845, one page, 12" x 19", with a decorative border. A 19 paragraph prosaic tribute to the events of the prior year with much sentiment towards Henry Clay who lost his final bid for the presidency in 1844. In that year Clay was nominated by the Whigs against James K. Polk, the Democratic candidate. Clay lost due in part to national sentiment for Polk's program "54º40' or Fight" campaign which was to settle the northern boundary of the United States with Canada then under the control of the British Empire. Clay also opposed admitting Texas as a state because he felt it would reawaken the Slavery issue and provoke Mexico to declare war. Polk took the opposite view and public sentiment was with him, especially in the Southern United States. Nevertheless, the election was close; New York's 36 electoral votes proved the difference, and went to Polk by a slim 5,000 vote margin. Liberty Party candidate James G. Birney won a little over 15,000 votes in New York and may have taken votes from Clay. Very light scattered foxing, otherwise clean and in fine condition. Ideal for display.

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        RHEIN. - Payne, A. H. (Hrsg.). Panorama of the Rhine from Mayence to Coblentz, the Siebengebirge and Cologne. In 60 Views. Exhibiting both Banks ot this beautiful River. On 20 Plates.

      Dresden und Lpz., Payne, ca. 1845 - 20,5 x 29,5 cm. 48 S. Mit gestoch. Titel und 20 Stahlstichtafeln. OBroschur. Schmitt 185. - Englische Ausgabe des Panorama-Werkes "Die Ufer des Rheins". Mit Text in Englisch und Französisch. - Einband mit Gebrauchsspuren. Die Tafeln vorwiegend in den Rändern stockfleckig, der Titel sowie der Text leicht gebräunt, ohne den Drucktitel. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        BAD KISSINGEN. - Album von Kissingen, Bocklet und Brückenau. In Stahlstichen nach Original-Zeichnungen.

      Ffm., Jügel 1845 - 21 x 28,5 cm. Farbig lithograph. Titel, 27 gestoch. Tafeln. Pp. d. Zt. mit Leinenrücken, Vdeckelillustration mit gold. Schrift. Der farbige, lithographierte Titel zeigt vier junge Frauen als Helferinnen der Wasserkur, umrahmt von Pflanzen- und Blumenornamenten sowie dem bayerischen Wappen. Die Stahlstiche nach Originalzeichnungen von Dielmann und Wegelin zeigen: Kissingen: Ansicht von der Straße nach Garitz, vom Altenberge, von der Bodenlaube, des Tempels, der Saline, von Aschach, Bad Brückenau (2), Aussicht auf die Saalbrücke, Arkaden-Bau, Kursaal, Brunnen Pavillon, Kurhausstraße, protestantische Kirche (2), Haus des Dr. Maas, des Dr. Welsch, C. Jügels litter. Magazin, Daburgers Restauration, Schweizerhäuschen, Schönbornbrunnen, Lindenmühle, Ruinen der Bodenlaube, Ruine Frimberg, Dorf und Ruine Frimberg, Claushof, Bocklet. Farbige Zwischenblätter. Ausgesprochen hübsches Buch. - Einband mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, etwas stockfleckig.

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        Henry Clay

      January 1, 1845. Broadside: Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Daily American Citizen, January 1, 1845, one page, 12" x 19", with a decorative border. A 19 paragraph prosaic tribute to the events of the prior year with much sentiment towards Henry Clay who lost his final bid for the presidency in 1844. In that year Clay was nominated by the Whigs against James K. Polk, the Democratic candidate. Clay lost due in part to national sentiment for Polk's program "54º40' or Fight" campaign which was to settle the northern boundary of the United States with Canada then under the control of the British Empire. Clay also opposed admitting Texas as a state because he felt it would reawaken the Slavery issue and provoke Mexico to declare war. Polk took the opposite view and public sentiment was with him, especially in the Southern United States. Nevertheless, the election was close; New York's 36 electoral votes proved the difference, and went to Polk by a slim 5,000 vote margin. Liberty Party candidate James G. Birney won a little over 15,000 votes in New York and may have taken votes from Clay. Very light scattered foxing, otherwise clean and in fine condition. Ideal for display.

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        Lincoln Defends Guilty Client Against Breaking and Entering Charge Brought by Chester Moon, Who Lincoln Beat a Year Later in a Case of Assault with a Deadly Weapon

      1845 - Autograph Manuscript Signed by Lincoln as "Lincoln & Herndon." Bottom portion of Plea, Joinder, and Notice, in the case of Moon v. Preston, June 1845. 1/2 p., 4 1/2 x 7 3/4 in. Small repair to chips and archival Japanese tissue reinforcement to crease on verso. In May 1845, Chester Moon filed suit against Isaac Preston in the Menard County Circuit Court for trespass and requested $150 in damages. Moon charged that in October 1844, Preston broke into a dwelling house that Moon owned and "made a great noise and disturbance therein" and continued for "thirty entire days." In doing so, Preston "broke to pieces, damaged, and spoiled" two doors and broke the glass, sashes, and shutters of the windows. During the entire time, Moon and his family were "not only greatly annoyed and disturbed" but Preston's actions prevented Moon from "carrying on and transacting therein his lawful and necessary affairs and business." Complete Transcript[Notice:] And the defendant notifies the plaintiff that he will offer to prove on the trial of said cause, that whenever, at any time he entered the house of the plaintiff, he did so by the leave of said plaintiff.Lincoln & Herndon pd[Acknowledgment:, in another hand:] And the Pltff takes notice / by Harris Atty[verso: Portion of File Note] Moon v. Preston / Pleas & notice / Filed June 10 1845 / N. Dresser clkHistorical BackgroundBy the end of 1844, Abraham Lincoln had been an attorney in Springfield, Illinois, for eight years, first as junior partner to his wife's cousin John Todd Stuart, and then to Stephen T. Logan, who became "almost a father to me," Lincoln later reflected. When Logan wanted to take his son David into practice, he and Lincoln amicably dissolved their partnership in December 1844. Lincoln chose William H. Herndon, who was nine years younger than he, as his new junior partner. Herndon never knew why Lincoln chose him, and "no one else does," the younger man reflected decades later. While Lincoln traveled the Eighth Judicial Circuit making political friends and impressing juries, Herndon generally practiced in Springfield and nearby counties and managed their law office.The action of Trespass was a common law remedy for landowners when someone "broke the close" or entered the invisible boundary around the owner's real property. On June 9, 1845, the Menard County Circuit Court judge gave Preston until the following morning to respond. This document is part of Preston's plea and notice written by Abraham Lincoln as his attorney. The plea asserted that Preston was not guilty because he only entered the house with Moon's permission. A jury of twelve men, including William Armstrong (who had lived with Lincoln in New Salem), heard the evidence and arguments and found Preston guilty but awarded only $5 in damages plus $11.94 in court fees.Both of these litigants were no strangers to the court. On the charge of breaking into Moon's house and breaking his windows, the state's attorney indicted Isaac Preston for malicious mischief in the November term of the Menard County Circuit Court. Preston retained Lincoln and Herndon and pleaded not guilty. The court found Preston guilty and fined him $5 plus court costs.The Town of Petersburg passed an ordinance in May 1844 banning unlawful gaming, riotous conduct, and selling liquor on Sundays in groceries, with a $10 fine for violations. In October 1844, the Petersburg officials sued Moon in a Menard County Justice of the Peace Court for violating the ordinance nine times and requested $90. The jury found for Moon, and the Petersburg officials retained Lincoln and appealed to the Menard County Circuit Court. There, at the November 1844 term, the jury found for the town and awarded $90. The court denied Moon's motion for a new trial but granted him an appeal to the Illinois Supreme Court. However, he and the town officials reached a settlement; Moon paid $50 plus court costs.Chester Moon (d. c. 1870) was a Yankee wh. (See website for full description)

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        The beauties of the Bosporus. Ansichten des Bosphorus und Constantinopels

      London, Virtue, ca, 1845 - 162 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen kleinere Gebrauchsspuren, Ecken und Kanten berieben, innen sauber und ordentlich,Einband beschabt Q42 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 18400

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        Romeo och Julia Sorgspel Öfversättning af F A Dahlgren [Romeo and Juliet]

      Stockholm, 1845. Uncut in the original printed yeallow wrappers. A very fresh, clean and bright copy. ¶ The rare first Swedish edition of Romeo and Juliet. <br><br>The book also contains a cast-list for the first performance of the play in Stockholm, for which the translation was made. <br><br>OCLC lists merely four copies outside of Sweden.

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        Adventures in the Pacific;

      1845 - with observations on the natural productions, manners and customs of the natives of the various islands; together with remarks on Missionaries, British and other Residents, etc.etc.First edition. 8vo. Fine contemporary-style half calf, marbled boards. xii, 290, [2], 32ads.pp. Dublin, Wm. Curry, Jun. & Co., ?The Pacific Ocean has of late excited great interest. in consequence of the political transactions occurring at the Polynesian islands, particularly ?Tahiti? The aggressions of the French have caused England to be on the watch, and Queen Pomare's remote but beautiful islands have and are likely to produce differences between those two great powers? (Preface). Coulter not only visited Tahiti, but the Galapagos, the Society Islands and the Marquesas (where he was tattooed, assumed the native costume and joined in a tribal war. Hill, 385. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Letters and Dispatches of John Churchill the First Duke of Malborough from 1702-1712

      Murray, London 1845 - 5 vols. Frontispiece portrait. Contemporary half calf. A fine set in contemporary red half calf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres complètes de Buffon - Complet en 6 Vol. In-4 - Gravures en Couleurs

      Paris, Libraire-Editeur Abel Ledoux 1845 - 641pp. in-4 relié -4ème édition. Complet en 6 Volumes In-4 (297x198 mm), X-406+423+452+416+422+641 pages. Livres reliés, Demi-Cuir, Dos lisses avec Auteur, titre et tomaison en lettres dorées. Oeuvres complètes de Buffon avec les suites par M. Achille Comte. Accompagnées de 161 planches en couleurs représentant plus de 800 animaux et d'un beau portrait de Buffon en noir en frontispice -Dessins par Victor Adam, gravés sur acier par MM. Muller, Lalaisse, Durand, Beaupré, Colin, Giroux, Migneret, Jeolliot, Gelé, etc. Reliures en assez mauvais état: frottements importants avec quelques manques de cuir aux dos, charnières fendues et fendillées, dorures passées aux dos. A noter des défoliations au tome 5. Intérieurs satisfaisants malgré des taches et brunissures avec assez peu de rousseurs. Rare. Poids: 9690 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vue de Como prise de la route de Suisse

      1845. Veduta della città di Como presa dalle alture alle spalle di Villa Olmo. In primo piano sulla sinistra la scena è animata dalla raffigurazione di un gruppo di personaggi, con ogni probabilità turisti dell'epoca. Ottima conservazione

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        L'Irlande au dix neuvième siècle

      Mandeville[|Curmer ] 1845 - - Mandeville[ Curmer ], Paris 1845 (S.d), In-4 (22,5x28,5cm), 126pp. 62Pl., relié. - Edition originale magnifiquement illustrée de 62 planches gravées sur acier par Bartlett dont un frontispice et un titre gravé, le tout sur velin fort. Introduction par le Baron Taylor. Une carte. Reliure en demi maroquin rouge à coins de chagrin vers 1860 signée Amand. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Titre doré.Frottement en tête et en bordures. Une estafilade à un coin. Petites tache sombres sur le cuir du plat supérieur. Ensemble très frais hormis quelques très rares brunissures, notamment sur les marges de 2 planches qui en contiennent de nombreuses. Exemplaire grand de marge, non rogné. Le texte est la narration du voyage réalisé par Prévost, celui-ci démarre à Londres, Windsor, Bristol puis débarque à Cork et visite toute l'Irlande. Considérations historiques, géographiques. Moeurs des Irlandais. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] A magnificently illustrated first edition of 62 plates engraved on steel by Bartlett, including a frontispiece and an engraved title, all on strong vellum. Introduction by Baron Taylor. A map. Binding in half red morocco with corners of shagreen about 1860 signed Amand. Back to jansenist nerves. Gilded title. Friction at the head and edges. A shuttle to a corner. Small dark spot on the leather of the upper dish. Set very fresh except a few rare browns, especially on the margins of 2 boards that contain many. Large margin copy, not trimmed. The text is the narration of the journey realized by Prévost, this one starts in London, Windsor, Bristol then disembarks in Cork and visits all the Ireland. Historical and geographical considerations. Moors of the Irish . 126pp. 62Pl. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      M[ünchen], 7. II. 1845. - 2 SS. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Euer Wohlgeboren wollen gefälligst eine nochmalige Belästigung entschuldigen. - Gute Gedanken kommen oft sehr spät. - Als die Statue auf dem Wagen lag, fiel mir ein, daß Sie vielleicht ein Paar hundert Gulden Eingangszoll [.] zahlen müßen. Ich ließ daher die Fracht einstweilen eingestellt, und die Kiste aufbewahren, bis ich durch Sie weitere Verhaltungsregeln bekommen, wie hoch ich den Werth zu declariren habe [.]".

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        Eigenh. Brief Karl Ludwigs mit U. und eigenh. Zeichnungen Kaiser Franz Josefs.

      O. O., um 1845. - 4 SS. 8vo. Die Zeichnungen zeigen zwei Soldaten, einen Hund und eine Landschaft. Der Brief des etwa 12-jährigen Erzherzog Carl Ludwig mit Zeichnungen seines etwa 15-jährigen Bruders Erzherzog Franz Joseph geht an die von den Kindern hochgeschätzte Erzieherin Baronin Luise Sturmfeder: "Liebe gute Amie. Ich schreibe dir heute wieder ein Mahl um dir Freude zu machen. Und sogar auf so einem Papier welches der Franzi gezeichnet hat, und ein ebenso schönes wie er dir gemacht hat damit du darauf der Lotte schreiben kannst. Ich hoffe daß du wieder bald zu uns essen kommen kannst. Ich freue mich heute schon ausserordentlich auf daß gute Mittagsmahl wovon du gestern den Speisezettel geschrieben hast [.]".

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        Piazza delle Erbe-Verona

      1845. Litografia, titolata e firmata in basso a sinistra. Mm 285x415, tratta dal volume " The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Italy. From the time of Costantine to the fifteenth Century, with an introduction and text by Henry Gally Knight". Bellissima veduta della più amata piazza della città animata da scene di mercato

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        The Piazza, Perugia

      Londra 1845 - Litografia su disegno di D. Quaglio, 279x411. Tratta da "The ecclesiastical architecture of Italy" di Henry Gally Knight. Bell'esemplare con qualche sporadica macchiolina marginale.

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        Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the United States, including Officers of the Marine Corps, for the Year 1845 (Chief Engineer William W. Wood's personal copy dated the week he received his promotion - Signed by Wm. W. Wood - Chief of the Bureau of Steam Engineers and one of the Pioners of the Steam Navy)

      C. Alexander, Printer, Washington DC 1845 - Original softcover publication - no a bound library edition. Hand sewn and annotated with a drawing of an anchor showing who the booklet belonged to: Inscription on cover reads: " William W. Wood - Chief Engineer - W. S. Navy - Washington D.C. March 12, 1845". From the Wikipedia webpage for William W. Wood: Chief Engineer William W. W. Wood (1818¿31 August 1882) was an engineer of the United States Navy, who served as Engineer-in-Chief of the Bureau of Steam Engineering from 1873 until 1877. He was appointed to the Navy from New York on 15 March 1845 with the rank of chief engineer. He spent his first two years in the navy stationed at the Pensacola Navy Yard, Florida. He briefly did special duty at Boston, and then from 1850 to 1853 served on the paddle-sloop Saranac in the Home Squadron. From 1854 to 1857, Wood superintended the constructions of the engines of the screw-frigate Merrimack at Cold Spring, New York. His next appointment was for two years serving in the screw-sloop Lancaster on the Pacific Squadron. From 1862 to 1866 Wood spent most of his time on special duty in Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Wood was assigned to the United States Naval Academy from 1866 to 1867. Wood was Inspector of Machinery Afloat in New York from 1870 to 1872. Wood was promoted to engineer-in-chief in 1872, and was appointed Chief of the Bureau of Steam Engineering on 20 March 1873, his successor was appointed on 3 March 1877. Wood was assigned to special duty in 1878, and was placed on the retired list on 31 May 1880. As noted on the Wikipedia Page, W. W. Wood received the promotion to Chief Engineer effective March 15, 1845 and on this publication he dated it March 12, 1845. This is a one-of-a-kind item that one of the pioneers of the steam navy likely received upon his promotion to Chief Engineer. hand made covers, hand sewn. Upper corner missing from front and large sections of both corners missing from rear. Large oil stain on front that bleeds all the way through. See photos for condition details. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Le Robinson Suisse Traduit de l'Allemande de Wyss par Mme Elise Voiart. Précédé d'une introduction de M. Charles Nodier. Orné de 200 vignettes d'aprés les dessins de M. Ch. Lemercier Fore-Edge Painting of Two Islands in the Venetian Lagoon

      Paris: Lavigne 1845 - Paris: Lavigne, 1845. Full leather with gilt tiland cloth boards. Single volume in full black leather binding with gilt titles and decorations and a fore-edge painting of Two Islands in the Venetian Lagoon by Stephen St Clair Smallwood. This fore-edge was done in 2011 in Quncinetto, Italy The leather is a little worn round the edges, spine has four raised bands with gilt titles and decoration. The bands and the spine ends are worn, all page edges are gilt. The pastedowns are marbled, text in good clean condition. The hinges are firm and the binding tight.     Condition Report Externally Spine &#150; good condition &#150; gently worn and rubbed. Joints &#150; good condition &#150; gently rubbed. Corners &#150; good condition &#150; bumped and worn. Boards &#150; good condition &#150; wear. Page edges &#150; good condition &#150; gilt with a fore-edge painting. See above and photos. Internally Hinges &#150; good condition &#150; solid. Paste downs &#150; good condition. End papers &#150; good condition. Title &#150; good condition. Pages &#150; good condition &#150; clean, some foxing. Binding &#150; good condition &#150; very attractive. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1845 Binding: HardbackParis: Lavigne, 1845. Full leather with gilt tiland cloth boards. Single volume in full black leather binding with gilt titles and decorations and a fore-edge painting of Two Islands in the Venetian Lagoon by Stephen St Clair Smallwood. This fore-edge was done in 2011 in Quncinetto, Italy The leather is a little worn round the edges, spine has four raised bands with gilt titles and decoration. The bands and the spine ends are worn, all page edges are gilt. The pastedowns are marbled, text in good clean condition. The hinges are firm and the binding tight.     Condition Report Externally Spine &#150; good condition &#150; gently worn and rubbed. Joints &#150; good condition &#150; gently rubbed. Corners &#150; good condition &#150; bumped and worn. Boards &#150; good condition &#150; wear. Page edges &#150; good condition &#150; gilt with a fore-edge painting. See above and photos. Internally Hinges &#150; good condition &#150; solid. Paste downs &#150; good condition. End papers &#150; good condition. Title &#150; good condition. Pages &#150; good condition &#150; clean, some foxing. Binding &#150; good condition &#150; very attractive. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1845 Binding: Hardback [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Musical Notes Learned in a Day; or, The child&apos;s pictorial friend.

      Exeter: sold by Messrs. Fitze & Hannaford. [1845] 2pp litho. preface with folding 12pp litho. panorama, each with a captioned image & 2 staves of music. Orig. printed paper boards, black roan spine; dulled, crease lower corner of front board, spine a little rubbed. A nice copy of a very scarce item.Not in the BL; no copies recorded on Copac; Morgan Library only on OCLC. Each section of the panorama represents a different set of notes and is accompanied by an image and phrase to learn the note sequence. For example, &apos;spaces in the stave Bass&apos; (A, C, E, & G) is accompanied by an image captioned &apos;A Chinese employed gathering&apos;. &apos;Ledger spaces Treble&apos; (G, B, D, F, A, C, E) includes an image and caption: &apos;good boy dancing for aunt Caroline&apos;s entertainment&apos;. The directions at the end of the preface are that &apos;the pupil should commit the sentences to memory, then take the first letter of each word and apply it to the lines and spaces in the stave, above and below as specified in the illustration&apos;. The preface is dated May 24th, 1845, Larkbeare House, Exeter.

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        Scenery and Reminiscences of Ceylon

      London: Published for the Author by Ackermann and Co, 1845. Folio. (19 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches). [4], 48 pp., plus lithographed additional title and 12 lithographed plates. Publisher's green cloth boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, expertly rebacked to style with dark green moroccoScarce folio lithographed view book of Ceylon.Deschamps, an officer in the Royal Artillery, spent nine years in Sri Lanka (1828-1838), during which time he compiled the material contained in this work. He aims were broad, and as he noted in his preface included representing the scenery, customs, objects, dress, and professions. "The views are twelve in number and have been selected as representing some of the scenes and objects most familiar to those who are acquainted with Ceylon, and, as being, from their associations, most likely to prove interested to the generality of them; and, at the same time, every opportunity has been seized to illustrate costumes, as well as the habits and occupations of the natives" (Preface). The images, after drawings by the author, are lithographed by Giles and Hanhart.The plates comprise: Fort of Colombo; The Galli Face Esplanade; Adam's Peak and the Take of Colombo; Slave Island; Adam's Peak and Slave Island; Colpitty; The Ferry House; Bhudhist Temples; The Ferry at Bentotte; The Rock of Mulkirricalle; The Lake of Kanuy; Great Elephant Kraal.Abbey Travel 414.

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        Kosmos: Entwurf einer physischen Weltbeschreibung. Vols. I - V

      Stuttgart und Tubingen: Cotta, 1845-62. Hardcover. Good. 5 vols.: xvi, 493; 544, [8], 644; 649; 1297 p. 22 cm.Leather spines with cloth boards. Raised bands and blank and gilt impressing on spines. Chipped spine ends and tape repair to spine head, vol. 2. Corners bumped and edges worn. Tape repairs to internal hinges. Dampstains and foxing. German fraktur text.

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        Vingt Ans Après [Twenty Years After]

      Brussels: Société belge de librairie Hauman, 1845. First Edition. Cloth. Very good. 7 vols. in 3. 1st edition (in French), 1st issue (16mo. in 7 vols.). This 1st edition is the real deal, unquestionably preceding Baudry's Paris edition, and Hauman's own 2nd edition (18mo. in 10 vols.), the 3 other 1845 Brussels editions, and all the rest. Any arguments against its priority test logic. Munro clearly states that this edition, and this issue of it, is the 1st of all, and no one has cogently tendered any other sequence. 19th century purple cloth, spines faded to tan, very good, bound without half-titles but otherwise whole, with Romanesque Aventure de ma vie, par le Bibliophile Jacob, filling out the final 93 pages of vol. VII, as issued. Compelling, appealing, and scarce, and though this edition's priority over the Paris edition is sure, some collectors would pay 20 times our price for Baudry's edition and swear it is the only one bestowing pride of ownership, while others would insist that 1st is always best. And that's because each of us looks at any given book, and sees what we see, and what we see is not always the same. Like sometimes I look into the face of our dog (Lily the Kid) and see fatalistic sadness and wistful anguish, when all she is really doing is staring at the lamp waiting for a circling moth to run out of gas. Twenty Years After is the first sequel to The Three Musketeers, set in the political upheaval of 1648-1649, and I'll maintain it's the most historical of Dumas' historical romances. It opens during 2 civil wars, and only the charisma of the Musketeers could possibly hold up the fictional portion of the plotline, against the dizzying storms of such volatile historical events, coincident and parallel revolts against the absolute power of the crown, the parliamentary insurrection in France of the first Fronde (which mostly collapsed into the Peace of Rueil, and 3 years of fragmented, factional intrigues) and those in England of Cromwell's second Civil War (which culminated in the 1649 execution of King Charles I and the establishment of the Commonwealth). The historical action first divides, then occupies, then infects, engulfs, and finally reunites the Musketeers, now all grown up, savvy, constant, dynamic, and ready for the personal defiance demanded by the times.

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        Scenery and Reminiscences of Ceylon

      Published for the Author by Ackermann and Co, London 1845 - (19 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches). [4], 48 pp., plus lithographed additional title and 12 lithographed plates. Publisher's green cloth boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, expertly rebacked to style with dark green morocco Scarce folio lithographed view book of Ceylon. Deschamps, an officer in the Royal Artillery, spent nine years in Sri Lanka (1828-1838), during which time he compiled the material contained in this work. He aims were broad, and as he noted in his preface included representing the scenery, customs, objects, dress, and professions. "The views are twelve in number and have been selected as representing some of the scenes and objects most familiar to those who are acquainted with Ceylon, and, as being, from their associations, most likely to prove interested to the generality of them; and, at the same time, every opportunity has been seized to illustrate costumes, as well as the habits and occupations of the natives" (Preface). The images, after drawings by the author, are lithographed by Giles and Hanhart. The plates comprise: Fort of Colombo; The Galli Face Esplanade; Adam's Peak and the Take of Colombo; Slave Island; Adam's Peak and Slave Island; Colpitty; The Ferry House; Bhudhist Temples; The Ferry at Bentotte; The Rock of Mulkirricalle; The Lake of Kanuy; Great Elephant Kraal. Abbey Travel 414. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Album der Erinnerung an Gastein und seine Umgebung in 17 in Stahl gestochenen Ansichten.

      Salzburg, Baldi, o. J. [um 1845]. 8°. 1 Bll. + Titel + 17 Tafeln. Blind- und goldgeprägter OLwd. N/W 70: Mit allen altkolorierten Tafeln (!). - Fachmännisch restauriert, stockfleckig, leichte Gbrsp., Ebd. etw. fleckig. - Mit den Ansichten: Wildbad Gastein in drei verschiedenen Ansichten, Ansicht von der Wandelbahn, Straubinger Platz in Gastein, Der obere Gasteiner Wasserfall, Villa Sr. k.k. Hoheit Erzh. Johann, St. Nikolaus-Kirche in Gastein, Böckstein bei Gastein, Der Schleierfall bei Gastein, Nassfeld bei Gastein, Schweizerhütte in Gastein, Hofgastein, Pass Klamm, Lender Wasserfall, Werfen und Pass Lueg. - Beeindruckende Illustrationen in einem schönes Expl. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Salis

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        Album vom Salzkammergute und Linz in 15 Ansichten

      Selbstverlag 1845 Selbstverlag, Salzburg, 1845. 15 Stahlstichtafeln mit je einem Seidenhemdchen, 64 Seiten Text, original Leinen mit geprägtem Titel, groß-oktav, (gering fleckig und bestoßen) - gutes komplettes Exemplar/ Die Ansichten zeigen: 1. St. Gilgen am Wolfgangsee, 2. St. Wolfgang, 3. Ischl von Theresienhütte, 4. Ischl von der Seite des Praters, 5. Hallstadt, 6. Der Waldbach-Strub bei Hallstadt, 7. Der Gossausee mit dem Dachstein, 8. Weissenbach am Attersee, 9. Mondsee, 10. Ebensee, 11. Traunkirchen mit dem Spitzelstein, 12. Gmunden vom Calvarienberge, 13. Der Traunfall, 14. Linz vom Jägermair, 15. Linz von der Straßer-Aue - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Österreich

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        LES CARACTÈRES OU LES MOEURS DE CE SIÈCLE PAR LA BRUYÈRE SUIVIS DU DISCOURS À L'ACADÉMIE ET DE LA TRADUCTION DE THÉOPHRASTE.

      - Paris, Belin - Leprieur, 1845. 18 x 27 cm. XXVI + 488 pages. Ouvrage orné de nombreuses gravures dans le texte et de 25 gravures hors-texte imprimées sur papier fin et contrecollées sur du papier fort. Tranche supérieure dorée. Magnifique reliure d'art en demi-cuir de Russie noir à larges coins. Dos lisse orné d'un motif en mosaïque de peau. Quelques rares piqûres sans gravité, sinon ouvrage en excellent état et de toute beauté. Envoi de photographies sur demande.

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        Kosmos: Entwurf einer physischen Weltbeschreibung. Vols. I - V

      Cotta 1845-62, Stuttgart und Tubingen - 5 vols.: xvi, 493; 544, [8], 644; 649; 1297 p. 22 cm.Leather spines with cloth boards. Raised bands and blank and gilt impressing on spines. Chipped spine ends and tape repair to spine head, vol. 2. Corners bumped and edges worn. Tape repairs to internal hinges. Dampstains and foxing. German fraktur text. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Teilansicht, Kettenbrücke ( Friedrichsbrücke ), mit Darstellung des "Festzug bei der Einweihung der Kettenbrücke zu Mannheim am 15. november 1845".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte ( anonym ), 1845, 19 x 26 Seltene Ansicht, bei Schefold nicht verzeichnet. Blick von der Neckarstraße zur 1845 eingeweihten "Kettenbrücke" über den Neckar, die 1889 wieder abgerissen wurde.

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        Illustrated Commonplace Book of Matthew Weston Muggridge.

      1845 91pp ms. on both sides of 46 4to sheets, illustrated throughout with well executed watercolours; sl. dusted but nice and clean overall. Contemp. marbled card boards, paper label on front board &apos;Scrap Book vol. I&apos;; expertly rebacked with maroon morocco, lacking corner pieces, strengthening to inner following hinge. Inscribed on inside of front board: &apos;M. Weston Muggridge, January 1845&apos;.An attractive and accomplished juvenile commonplace book by Matthew Weston Muggridge of Monmouthshire, most likely created during his early to mid teenage years. The illustrated verses include &apos;The Battle of Trafalgar&apos;, &apos;Ode on the death of a favourite cat&apos;, &apos;The gladiator&apos; (from Childe Harrold&apos;s Pilgrimage), &apos;Henry II&apos;, &apos;Richard II&apos;, and &apos;The death of Julius Caesar&apos;.

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