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        Frankfurt am Main. Album der interessantesten und schönsten Ansichten alter und neuer Zeit.

       In Stahlstichen nach Zeichnungen von J. Dielmann. Mit 32 Stahlstichen, Frankfurt a.M., Carl Jügel, 1845, (1 Blatt Verzeichnis der Ansichten, deutsch und französisch), 32 ganzseitige Stahlstiche, 29x22,5 quer, Original-Halbleinen, Rücken geklebt, Einband mit Knickspuren und berieben, vorderes Innengelenk verstärkt, Name und Ziffer auf Vorsatz, Gebrauchsspuren, stellenweise gering stockfleckig, komplett,Versand D: 4,90 EUR Stahlstichansichten, Straßenansichten,

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        Signed by the Chief of the Cayuga Nation "the Cayuga Chiefs gave Peter Wilson an Indian of our tribe … a power of attorney … the principle of our annuity must not be paid to him he is irresponsible and there would be great danger of our loosing the amount altogether…" - At a meeting of the Council of the Six Nations in 1839, William King had voluntarily resigned as Chief; he was succeeded by Peter Wilson!

      Buffalo, New York, June 18, 1845. 7.75" x 13". "Manuscript Letter Signed by William King with his ""x"" mark as ""a Chief and in behalf of the Cayuga Nation,"" witnessed by ""T.S. Harris,"" with Manuscript Postscript Signed ""Thomson S. Harris / Seneca Chiefe,"" 1 page, 7.75"" x 13"". Buffalo, N.Y., June 18, 1845. Integral leaf addressed to: ""Hon. A.C. Flagg / Comptroller / Albany / N.Y."" Oval blue postmark ""Buffalo, N.Y., June 19"" and straight line blue postal marking ""Paid."" Fine condition.In full, original punctuation and spelling, ""Dr Sir Some days since the Cayuga Chiefs gave Peter Wilson an Indian of our tribe a paper authorising him to transact some business for them with the Comptroller. I am informed to day that the paper which was signed by the Chiefs was a power of attorney authorising Wilson to take up from the State the principle of our annuity this was not contemplated and must not be paid to him he is irresponsible and there would be great danger of our loosing the amount altogether I write you for the purpose of having the payment delayed in case he should present the power of attorney untill our Chiefs can convene in Council and revoke in due form the power which will be done immediately I beseech you not to pay the money to him. William King his x mark / A Chief of and in behalf of / the Cayuga Nation. / In presence of T.S. Harris.""Postscript, in full, original punctuation and spelling, ""Dear Sir At the request of Mr King I add this postcript to say that the above is expressive of the wishes of the Cayuga Chiefs and that in a short time as soon as they can be convened in Council (beng now scattered on several Reservations) they will in due form send you a revocation of the power. Respectfully Yours Thomson Harris Seneca Chiefe.""From""Cayuga Notes"" by Grace E. Taft, ""The American Antiquarian"", Volume XXXIV, January-February 1912: "" Since 1807, the Cayuga have had no separate reservations, but those of the tribe living in New York State settled with the Onondaga and Seneca at Cattaraugus, Tonawanda, Onondaga and Allegheny. By treaties in 1829 and 1831, complaints about the payment of annuity were settled by the removal of the Sandusky Cayuga to Kansas and Indian Territory. About 100 were left in New York at that time. The latter treaty was signed by Chief William King, who in 1839 resigned the chieftainship to Dr. Peter Wilson, or Wa-o-wa-na-onk, a Cayuga of Cattaraugus…."" On September 17, 1839, at the Council of the Six Nations held on the Buffalo Reservation, William King voluntarily tendered his resignation as Chief of the Cayuga Nation.In the ""Annual report - United Church Board for World Ministries,"" 1827, Volume 17, in XIII. Seneca Mission ""situated four miles from Buffalo, N.Y., on a reservation containing 83.,557 acres, listed is ""Rev. Thomson S. Harris, Missionary and Superintendent.""A letter to President Andrew Jackson dated January 11, 1831, in The Papers of Andrew Jackson, beginning ""We have come as delegates from the Seneca nation, vested with a legal power to make an inquiry concerning our annuity…"" is signed by Seneca Chiefs Big Kettle and Seneca White with their ""x"" marks, and also by Thomson S. Harris.A December 10, 1838, letter to R.H. Gillett, who served as commissioner to treat with the New York Indians from 1837-1839, from ""The undersigned chiefs"" is signed by 37 Chiefs including ""Thomson S. Harris."""

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        Le Marchand d'Images [The Printseller]

      Paris: Lemercier, 1845. Lithograph by Jacot after a painting by Guillemin. Printed on wove paper with thick wove backing for support. Very good condition apart from some light soiling, mild rippling and a few minor foxing marks in the margins. This charming print represents a print seller attempting to sell his wares to a middle-class couple in a domestic interior. Most likely having spotted the only print in the sparsely furnished room, a faded religious subject hung over the armoire, the vendor selects a small image of the Madonna and Child from his portfolio, which he thinks might interest his potential clients. During the nineteenth century, prints were extremely popular among members of the middle-class. They were an inexpensive and consequently affordable way for people to own reproductions of works of art. Lithographs, which were invented in the late eighteenth-century, were particularly popular. Produced through a relatively easy process, they were the ideal medium through which images could be widely disseminated. Lemercier was one of the most prominent printers and publishers of lithographs in nineteenth-century Paris.

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      (München, Ravizza,) ca. 1845. 16 x 25 cm. Mit 26 altkolorierten Lithographien und Aquatintatafeln. Ldr.-Kassette d. Zt. mit reicher Blindprägung und Goldschnitt. Die großen Ansichten (meist Lithographien von Eberhard Emminger, ca. 12 x 19 cm) zeigen Salzburg, Bad Adelholzen, Aussicht von Feldafing und Bad Kreuth. Die hübschen kleinen Stahlstiche in Aquatintamanier bzw. Aquatinten (ca. 7,5 x 11 cm) zeigen Bad Achselmannstein, Bergen, Wildbad Aempfing (Bad Empfing), Garmisch, Grossgmain, Hallein, Hohenschwangau, Jachenau, Dorf Kreuth, Maria Eck, Oberammergau, Prien am Chiemsee, Ramsau, Reichenhall, Mauth-Häusel by. Reichenhall, Schliersee, Schnaizelreuth, Schwarzbachklamm, Seisenbergklamm, St. Zeno bei Reichenhall, Traunstein und Wimbachklamm. - Davon 19 Ansichten verso mit Verlagsmarke. A flottant aufgelegt. - Schönes Sammelalbum in vorzüglicher Erhaltung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Alben , Oberbayern

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        The Bokhara Victims

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1845. First. Hardcover. VG. 307 pp. Author was convinced that the officers Stoddart and Connelly had been murdered by the Russians, and of course, he later proved to be correct. Original red blindstamped cloth but with Signet Library written on front cover. Splitting in rear spine (no loss of cloth), some wear at spine tips. Internally very nice. Housed in a marbled custom open ended leather trimmed slipcase.

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        The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland,Anterior to the Anglo-Norman Invasion; Comprising an Essay on the Originand Uses of the Round Towers of Ireland. Which Obtained the Gold Medaland Prize of the Royal Irish Academy.

      Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1845.. Hardcover. 4to., 2nd edition, xix,525p., with 256 illustrations from engravings, infine (unsigned) binding: full crushed green morocco, gilt ruled raisedbands bordered by gilt and wide black ruled borders, gilt flora devicesin the panels, gilt titles, with 3 gilt ruled borders and one black ruledborder on the bevelled boards, wide gilt decorated inner dentelles,marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, spine slightly toned, a very good tofine copy attractively bound. (ids) With the invoice from Emerald IsleBooks, 1995, loosely inserted. Petrie may be regarded as the firstscientific investigator of Irish archaeology. He received a gold medalfrom the RIA for his famous Essay on the Round Towers of Ireland, whichis included in this edition. .

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        Große Automatische Kunst-Ausstellung in Lebensgröße, nebst einem wohlassortirten Kunst- und Naturalien-Kabinet bestehend aus einigen 1000 Gegenständen. (Unterzeichner): C. Ingermann.

      (München), ca. 1845. - Plakat mit typograph. Text. Blattgr.: 53 x 45 cm. In 6 Abteilungen zeigt Ingermann seinen reichen Schatz an Kuriositäten und technischen Wunderwerken: Bei den "Natur-Gegenständen" präsentiert er u. a. "Das Haupt des Königs Tippachee, König aus Neuseeland, Anführer eines mächtigen Stammes Kannibalen.", der auch als Anschauungsobjekt für Tätowierungen dienen soll. Desweiteren gibt es eine "ganze nordamerikanische Menschenhaut"; unter den Automaten sind zu erwähnen: "Ein Chor von Musikern in Lebensgröße, welches eine vollständige Janitscharen-Musik executiert", "Ein Mops, welcher die Augen bewegt, und heiser bellt" u. a. m. Auch gibt es "Optische und physikalische Gegenstände", darunter "Ein Perspectiv, mit welchem man durch die Hand sehen kann", "Eine Venus, nach der neuen Erfindung in der Optik dieses Jahrhunderts". Zum Abschluss finden sich noch diverse ausgestellte Antiquitäten und eine Menagerie, von der Hyäne bis zu einem "wahren Kloß von Kröte". - Es sind Ausstellungen Ingermanns 1839 in Prag und 1844 in Minden nachweisbar. - Horizontal und vertikal gefaltet.

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        Große Automatische Kunst - Ausstellung in Lebensgröße, nebst einem wohlassortirten Kunst - und Naturalien - Kabinet bestehend aus einigen 1000 Gegenständen. (Unterzeichner): C. Ingermann.

      (München), ca. 1845.Plakat mit typograph. Text. Blattgr.: 53 x 45 cm. In 6 Abteilungen zeigt Ingermann seinen reichen Schatz an Kuriositäten und technischen Wunderwerken: Bei den "Natur - Gegenständen" präsentiert er u. a. "Das Haupt des Königs Tippachee, König aus Neuseeland, Anführer eines mächtigen Stammes Kannibalen...", der auch als Anschauungsobjekt für Tätowierungen dienen soll. Desweiteren gibt es eine "ganze nordamerikanische Menschenhaut"; unter den Automaten sind zu erwähnen: "Ein Chor von Musikern in Lebensgröße, welches eine vollständige Janitscharen - Musik executiert", "Ein Mops, welcher die Augen bewegt, und heiser bellt" u. a. m. Auch gibt es "Optische und physikalische Gegenstände", darunter "Ein Perspectiv, mit welchem man durch die Hand sehen kann", "Eine Venus, nach der neuen Erfindung in der Optik dieses Jahrhunderts". Zum Abschluss finden sich noch diverse ausgestellte Antiquitäten und eine Menagerie, von der Hyäne bis zu einem "wahren Kloß von Kröte". - Es sind Ausstellungen Ingermanns 1839 in Prag und 1844 in Minden nachweisbar. - Horizontal und vertikal gefaltet. Bücher de

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        Humming Birds. In The Naturalist's Library (Ornithology, vol. I e II) a cura dello stesso Jardine. Edinburgh. W.H.Lizars s.d. (1845 - 46).

      2 voll., in 16°gr., bellissima leg. non coeva in mz. marocchino rosso a fascia larga, ad ampi angoli, dorso a 4 nervi con titoli e filettature in oro negli scomparti, piatti e sguardie marmorizzate, pp.XXXI - (1) - 25 - 191 - (1) (le pp. da 1 a 24 non vennero mai stampate), pp.(10) - 192, tagli sup. dorati; nel primo vol. manca l'antiporta (ritratto di Linneo) e il primo (dei 2) frontespizi, antiporta con ritratto del naturalista Th. Pennant nel 2°vol. con doppio frontespizio, il primo con vignetta inc. e colorata a mano di colibrì; 64 bellissime tavv.(34 nel 1° vol. e 30 nel 2°) di colibrì, inc. in acciaio da Lizars e colorate a mano all'epoca, qualche fig. nel testo. Bellissimo non comune esemplare. Anker, 141. BrM(NH), 927. Casey Wood, p. 405. Fine Bird Books, p. Nissen IVB, 471. Ripley/Scribner, p.147. Zimmer I, p.324. Vol. I e II della serie Ornithology della famosa collana The Naturalist's Library, la cui sezione dedicata agli uccelli comprende 14 voll. Le tavole, molto belle, raffigurano una singola specie e sono tutte ambientate. Si ignora chi sia il disegnatore, compare nelle tavole solo il nome dell'incisore (Lizars). In ogni caso l'artista che ha eseguito i disegni ha risentito molto dell'influenza delle stupende tavole che adornano l'opera sui Trochilidi di R.P. Lesson. Il 1 vol. contiene un'ampia bio - bibliografia su Linneo, il 2° una biografia di Pennant.

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        The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland,Anterior to the Anglo-Norman Invasion; Comprising an Essay on the Originand Uses of the Round Towers of Ireland. Which Obtained the Gold Medaland Prize of the Royal Irish Academy.

      Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1845.. Hardcover. 4to., 2nd edition, xix,525p., with 256 illustrations from engravings, infine (unsigned) binding: full crushed green morocco, gilt ruled raisedbands bordered by gilt and wide black ruled borders, gilt flora devicesin the panels, gilt titles, with 3 gilt ruled borders and one black ruledborder on the bevelled boards, wide gilt decorated inner dentelles,marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, spine slightly toned, a very good tofine copy attractively bound. (ids) With the invoice from Emerald IsleBooks, 1995, loosely inserted. Petrie may be regarded as the firstscientific investigator of Irish archaeology. He received a gold medalfrom the RIA for his famous Essay on the Round Towers of Ireland, whichis included in this edition. .

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        Die Mystères des grünen Tisches oder der europäische Bohon Upas,

      - bestehend in Beobachtungen und Bemerkungen gesammelt an den Spielbanken in Aachen, Alexisbad, Baden, Doberan, Ems, Hamburg, Kissingen, Köthen, Pyrmont, Schwalbach, Schlangenbad, Wiesbaden und Wilhelmsbad während den letzten zwanzig Jahren. Mit einem Anhange von traurigen, herzzerreißenden Unglücksfällen, in welche durch das größte aller Laster, das Hazardspiel, einzelne Personen und ganze Familien gestürzt wurden und die der Verfasser in Wirklichkeit mit eigenen Augen gesehen, oder wovon er sich die bestimmteste Gewißheit verschafft hat. VIII, 193, (1) S. Mit 2 lithograph. Tafeln. Halblederband der Zeit mit RSchild und reicher RVergoldung. Giessen, Commissionsdebit von G.F. Heyer's Verlag 1845. - - Schönes Exemplar [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Petites misères de la vie conjugale.

      Paris, Chlendowski, [1845] Gr.-8°. Holzst.-Frontisp., 6 Bll., 392 SS., mit viel. Textholzst., 49 Holzst.-Taf (compl.), OHLdr. der Zeit, goldgepr. Rücken, marmor. Vorsatz., Berieben, obere Deckelecke bestossen, Name auf 1. Bl., min. stockfleckig, insgesamt gutes Exemplar. (Sander 44). Erste u. einzige Ausgabe des Illustrators Bertall (Pseud. v. Charles Albert. Vicomte d`Arnoux). Mit Verzeichnis der Gravuren. Text frz. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Illustr. Bücher - allgemein Literatur Franz.

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        Beschreibende und malerische Darstellung der k. k. Österreichischen Staatseisenbahn von Olmütz bis Prag.

      Wien, L. Förster, 1845. 4°. Mit 40 Tonlithographien auf 20 Tafeln, 4 mehrf. gefalt. lithogr. Karten, 6 gest. Konstruktionstafeln u. 2 gest. Plänen (a. den Innendeckeln montiert). 24 S., 3 Bll., Bedruckter OPpbd. Erste u. einzige Ausgabe. - Die hübschen, von Nebehay/W. Franz X. Sandmann zugeschriebenen Ansichten zeigen u.a. Olmütz, Mährisch Schönberg, Trübau, Brandeis, Pardubitz, Böhmisch Brod, Kolin und Prag. Die Pläne illustrieren den Streckenverlauf, zeigen Längsprofile, Viadukte, Brücken, Tunnels und Bahnhöfe. In den Innendeckeln befinden sich 2 zusätzliche, bei Nebehay/W. nicht erwähnte lithogr. Stadtpläne von Olmütz und Prag. - Einband berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Rücken u. Innengelenke m. Papierstreifen überklebt bzw. verstärkt. Besitzverm. a. Innendeckel bzw. Titel. Etw. stockfleckig. Eine Konstruktionstafel staubfleckig. - Nebehay/W. 179; Metzeltin 1264; Neuner II, 860; Haskell 2851. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Förster, Demarteau, Beschreibende und malerische Darstellung der k. k. Österreichischen Staatseisenbahn von Olmütz bis Prag, Eisenbahn, Böhmen, Tschechien

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        Lengthy ALS to the Reverend Algernon Wells in London on the feuding among Adelaide churchmen

      Maesbury House, near Adelaide: 22 September, 1845. Detailed 6-page letter, 255 x 205 mm., address panel to final leaf intact, neatly written on paper watermarked "Wilmot" 1843; very good, sent to London by ship letter. A subtantial letter - around 1500 words in length - giving a detailed and insightful account of very early conditions in the relatively new colony of South Australia, dwelling particularly on a controversy then raging among key members of the South Australian Congregational Church. Such a vituperative account of religion in early South Australia is most interesting, especially given that Roberts himself was a contentious figure, accused of being an "avowed slanderer" in an anonymous article published in the South Australian on 25 March 1845, and personally responsible for a long-running war of words in the Adelaide newspapers. Both Roberts, and his detested rival Reverend Thomas Quinton Stow, went on to have long careers in South Australia, and both became old settlers of note.The letter is addressed to Algernon Wells, the first secretary of the CMS, and a man reputed to have been instrumental in promoting the work of the Society in the newer colonies, notably South Australia and New Zealand (see Hilary M. Carey, God's Empire, pp. 194-5). At the time of writing Roberts had been in South Australia for over two years, and evidently felt that he could be silent no more, particularly as regards what he saw as the wasteful indulgence of the incumbent, Reverend Stow: "A Missionary with a grand carriage - how incompatible; a Missionary with a farm - how inconsistent; a Missionary with flocks and herds - how incongruous."Roberts refers to a great number of supporting witnesses (foremost Mr & Mrs Howard who are returning to England on the Taglioni, and Mr and Mrs Allan who also return on the Sans Pareille, both ships which sailed from Port Adelaide in 1845), in his contention that the facts as presented to the Committee are not accurate, and particularly to defend himself and the Mission from the libellous assertions on one Mr Mills that the South Australian Mission was being financially profligate. Roberts goes into a detailed rebuttal of some of the wilder accusations being made by Mills and his supporters. Most of all he is at pains to live up to his feeling that "foreign aid in such a Community as ours is an evil and not a benefit." Although the role of Mills clearly upset Roberts, it is the local man Stow who aggrieves him, "with his grand carriage - Gig and Horses, Farm & herds": his interest, asserts Roberts, is more with his sheep than his flock. He also singles out the foolishness of Stow's decision to erect the chapel at Hindmarsh right opposite the Independent Church. In contrast, "our chapel at Kensington is well attended", with some 80 to 90 parishioners regularly attending.

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        Die operative Chirurgie.

      F.A. Brockhaus,, Leipzig, 1845 - 2 Bände. Leipzig, F.A. Brockhaus, 1845-1848. 8°. XXVI, 856 S., 1 S. Berichtigung; XXIV, 864 S. Dunkelrote Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und blind- und goldgeprägten Rückenverzierungen. Hirsch-H. II, 262. - Garrison-M. 5598.1. - Erste Ausgabe. Einer der bahnbrechensten chirurgischen Texte des 19. Jahrunderts. Dieffenbach (1792-1847) gilt als der erste plastische Chirurg. Als Direktor der Universitätsklinik in Berlin arbeitete er in allen Teilen des chirurgischen Fachs, speziell seine Augenoperationen machten ihn berühmt. - Vorsätze und Titel gestempelt und mit Exlibris von "C. Henschen" sowie kleinem handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk. Dunkelrote Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und blind- und goldgeprägten Rückenverzierungen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Compositions from the Works, Days, And Theogony of Hesiod

      London - Seeley, Jackson and Halliday 1845 - A very scarce volume of plates relating to Hesiod's Works and Days. Designed by John Flaxman and orignally engraved by William Blake, this later edition is engraved by one Mademoiselle Soyer (presumably Charlotte Louise Soyer), and makes for a interesting insight into the Hesiod's work. Condition: In decorative cloth binding with gilt detailng. Externally smart, there is wear to the joints and backstrip, as well as strain to hinges. Internally, the pages are generally firmly bound, though there is strain to the rear section of the book, and are bright and clean throughout, aside from some age toning. Overall: VERY GOOD [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Relation des voyages faits par les Arabes et les Persans dans l'Inde et à la Chine dans le IXe siècle de l'ère chrétienne; texte Arabe imprimé en 1811 par les soins de feu Langlès [.].

      Paris, Imprimerie royale, 1845. - 2 volumes. 18mo. [6], CLXX, 154; 105, [1 blank], 202 pp. With Arabic title-page printed in red and black.Contemporary tanned half sheepskin, gold-tooled spine. First edition in French of two Arabic travels to China and India. The text was translated from the Arabic by the French orientalist and professor Joseph Toussaint Reinaud (1795-1867). The Arabic text was first printed in 1811, under supervision of the French linguist and orientalist Louis-Mathieu Langlès. The first volume starts with an introduction to the text, followed by the translation. The main text can be divided into two sections. The first account is based on statement from a merchant called Suleyman, who's said to have travelled to India and China in the years 851-852 (237), however, the actual author of the text is unknown. The following account is written down by Abu Zayd al-Hasan al-Sirafi. Al-Mas'udi, "the Herodotus of the Arabs", mentions al-Sirafi in one of his works, stating that he met him in the year 915-916 (303) in Basra, Iraq. Al-Sirafi tells us he was commanded to verify and extend the earlier account. The date of the second account is unclear, but it was probably written in the first half of the 10th century. The text gives a lively account of the life in China and India, with " the first foreign descriptions of tea and porcelain, and a whole panorama of Chinese society, from the Son of Heaven and Confucian ethics down to toilet paper and bamboo urinals" (Mackintosh-Smith). The second volume gives notes to the translation, followed by the Arabic text. Added to the Arabic text are two extracts from works by Al-Mas'udi, including his Muruj al-dhahab. - With owner's inscription on title-page. Sides slightly rubbed. A very good copy: only some minor browning. Cordier, Sinica, cols. 1924-1925; Hage Chahine 3965; ed. T. Mackintosh-Smith and J. Montgomery, Two Arabic travel books (2014), pp. 4-17. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gesamtans., von Kastel aus, "Mainz - Mayence 1844".

      - aquarell. Aquatinta v. ( Th. Beck ), um 1845, 35,5 x 53 Selten, zugleich sehr dek. Ansicht. - Blick von der Kasteler Kaserne über den Rhein nach Mainz. Mittig die gegen den Strom gespannte Schiffsbrücke. - Die Ansicht ist bis zur Bildkante beschnitten, allseitig mit einem schwarzen Tuschrand versehen und altmontiert. Der Titel mit Feder und Bleistift auf dem Montageblatt.

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        The Handbook for Travellers in Spain (2 volume set; Hand-Book)

      London : John Murray 1845 - 2 volume set. First edition. Letter from author tipped in after front end page, dated 1854. 19 cm. Publisher's brown cloth, rebacked. xii, 556 + 557-1064 pp. Clean, unmarked pages. Early signature of J.W. Fraser on fep. Murray's Hand Book on Spain, written by Richard Ford, is the best known and most sought after of the guide books. Ford explored more than 2,000 miles of Spain on horseback between 1830-1833, until forced to leave due to the Carlist wars and a Cholera outbreak. An important English account of Spain after the Peninsular Wars. "Possibly the most famous of the long Murray series was Richard Ford's Handbook for Spain, a literary work in its own right." Printing in the Mind of Man 302. "Primera y mas estimada edicion de esta obra . En las sucesivas ediciones se suprimieron algunos pasajes." Palau 93498. "In the handbook the infectious spirit of enjoyment is perhaps the quality that most of all commends it to the ordinary reader, but there too the critical faculty and the artist's eye are always felt." (DNB VII, 422) Maps: Part 1. Kingdom of Andalucia : los cuatro reinos de Andalucia or the kingdoms of Seville, Cordova, Jaen & Granada : based on the map of Captn. M. Rochford Scot. - Part 2. Travelling map of Spain and Map of Madrid in rear pocket. - J. & C. Walker. "The handbook advertiser" (24 p.) at end of volume 2. Contents: Vol. 1: Andalucia, Ronda et Granada, Murcia, Valencia, Catalonia, and Estremadura. Vol. 2: Leon, Galicia, the Asturias, the Castiles (Old and New), the Basque provinces, Aragon, the Pyrenees, and Navarre. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Panoramaansicht, "Panorama von Bingen".

      - Aquatinta v. Ruff n. Ditzler, um 1845, 8,5 x 52,5

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        Autograph inscription in: Neue Mährchen. Aus dem Dänischen von Dr. Le Petit.

      Hamburg, Robert Kittler, 1845. - 8vo. (II)-V, (2), 282 pp. With 6 plates (one bound as an illustrated half-title or original illustrated upper wrapper cover). Contemp. half calf with giltstamped spine and marbled covers; all edges marbled. Rare first German edition. Inscribed to the translator's brother, the physician and botanist Emil Charles Nicolas Petit (1817-93), for Christmas 1844: "Hr. Bat. Chir. E. Petit / fra Oversaetteren og / Originalens Forfatter, / der sender dem, som / venlig Jule-Hilsen" ("For the battalion surgeon E. Petit, from the translator and the author of the original, who send this by way of Yuletide greetings"). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Selection of Legal Maxims, Classified and Illustrated. Cohen 5379

      Philadelphia: T. and J.W. Johnson, Law Booksellers, No.5 Minor Street, 1845. Original sheep, crudely rebacked, ex-Minnesota Territorial Library (with a lengthy and unusual manuscript de-accession statement), else a clean copy First American edition of Broom's most famous work and likely the most popular work on legal maxims ever published, praised by Holdsworth, each maxim stated, translated, its source provided, and Broom's essay (extensively annotated) then exploring it

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        Diable à Paris (le). Paris et les Parisiens. Moeurs et coutumes, Caractères et Portraits des habitants de Paris, Tableau complet de leur vie privée, publique, politique, artistique, littéraire, industrielle, etc., etc. ; texte par MM. George Sand, P.-J. Stahl, Léon Gozlan, P. Pascal, Frédéric Soulié, Ch. Nodier, E. Briffault, S. Lavalette, de Balzac, T. Delord, Alp. Karr, Méry, A. Juncetis, G. de Nerval, Arsène Houssaye, Alb. Aubert, Th. Gautier, Oct. Feuillet, Alfr. de Musset, Fr. Bérat, précédé d'une histoire de Paris par Th. Lavallée ; illustrations : les Gens de Paris, série de gravures avec légendes, par Gavarni. Paris comique, vignettes par Bertall, vues, monuments, édifices particuliers, lieux célèbres et principaux aspects de Paris,

      publié par J. Hetzel 1845-1846, Paris - 2 vol. grand in-8, percaline décorés d'une grande composition de fers spéciaux avec plaque centrale, tranches dorées (reliure de l'éditeur). Edition originale et premier tirage d'un des livres illustrés les plus célèbres de l'époque romantique. 212 gravures hors-texte gravées sur bois d'après Gavarni, à l'exception des 4 dernières qui sont de Bertall et plus de 800 vignettes dans le texte. Textes de Georges Sand, Frédéric Soulié, Charles Nodier, Balzac, Alphonse Karr, Gérard de Nerval, Théophile Gautier etc. Le plan de Paris qui doit se trouver dans le premier volume, est absent comme dans la plupart des exemplaires. Bel exemplaire, sans rousseur, dans sa reliure d'éditeur décorée. Vicaire III, 242-243 ; Brivois, 124-128 ; Carteret III, 203-207. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Denkwürdiger und nützlicher Rheinischer Antiquarius, welcher die wichtigsten und angenehmsten geographischen, historischen und politischen Merkwürdigkeiten des ganzen Rheinstroms, von seinem Ausflusse in das Meer bis zu seinem Ursprunge darstellt. Von einem Nachforscher in historischen Dingen. 39 Bände und Handweiser.

      Coblenz Verlag Hergt, 1845-1871. - Band eins in der 2. unveränderten Aufl, einheitlich gebundene Ausgabe, Bd. 13 der 3. Abt. ohne Reihentitel und Titel, die Rücken im unteren Bereich etwas gedunklet, Buchblock teils leicht braunfleckig, jeweils mit einem Ex-Libris auf Spiegel, gute feste Bindung Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 25000 22 cm, Original-Halbleineneinband, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Essai de Philosophie positive.

      Librairie Ve Le Normant, Paris 1845 - In-8 de (4)-288 pp., demi-basane verte à petit coins de vélins, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale. Exemplaire copieusement annoté à l'encre du temps en italien d'une main anonyme sur feuillets volants. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        KOSMOS, ENTWURF EINER PHYSISCHEN WELTBESCHREIBUNG

      Stuttgart & Tubingen, 1845. Text: Original three-quarter pebbled morocco, spines gilt. Light wear to bindings. Bookplates on front pastedowns. Some light scattered foxing and dampstaining. Atlas: Three-quarter calf, rebacked with original spine laid down. Corners worn. Light scattered soiling. A very good set. Humboldt's famous attempt at a complete scientific survey of the physical sciences and their relations to each other. "...It was his KOSMOS - 'The Cosmos, Outline of a Description of the Physical World' - based on lectures delivered at the Berlin Singakademie in 1828-9, which Humboldt really considered as his life work....In his own words it was meant 'to represent in one work the whole material world, everything we know today of the phenomena in the celestial spaces and of life on earth...it is meant to describe a chapter in the intellectual development of mankind'" - PRINTING AND THE MIND OF MAN. Humboldt's interests and achievements cover a wide field, including geography, meteorology, and plant distribution. He was among the earliest scientists to seek an understanding of the complex relationship between environmental elements (e.g. between plants, geography, weather, animal life, and the like). The atlas volume, which is a cartographic landmark in itself, contains a suite of handsome topographical, meteorological, and other maps depicting every continent and region of the globe. This set includes the fifth text volume, not found in all sets. PRINTING AND THE MIND OF MAN 320.

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        The Brunnens of Nassau and the River Lahn

      London: Published by Thos. McLean, 1845. Folio. (21 3/16 x 14 1/4 inches). 4 leaves letterpress text. Lithographic title printed in two colours, uncoloured lithographic dedication to Apolph, Duke of Nassau, tinted lithographic list of plates with decorative surround and illustrative vignettes, 28 tinted lithographic plates (including 4 section titles), all by and after George Barnard. Contemporary blue/green moiré cloth-covered boards, expertly re-backed to style with red morocco, titled in gilt on spine, yellow glazed endpapers A fine copy of this charming work A fine series of views of Nassau and the Lahn valley: an area renowned in the 19th century for the curative properties of its bubbling spa waters, and a fashionable destination for the wealthy of Europe. "In this work the Author has endeavoured , as far as was in his power, to combine graphically the characteristic incidents and manners of the country of certain German Spas [Weisbaden, Ems, Langen Schwalbach, Schlangenbad, the Lahn, etc.], with the striking beauties of scenery, whether drawn from the works of Nature or from the structures raised by man. Having gone over most of the ground broken up by Sir Francis Head, he has essayed to do that with his pencil which the former has done so well with his pen." The plates are presented in four sections marked by subtitles and with the salient points of each image explained in the accompanying text. Cf. Abbey Travel 120.

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        Daguerréotype (circa 1845)

      - Daguerréotype demi-plaque, à vue 14 x 11 cm, dans un bel encadrement d'origine, verre d'origine ; rehaussé en couleur. Représentant un père et sa fille, une mention manuscrite au dos nous donne l'identité des personnes représentées : "Monsieur Louis Vérité et Mlle Louise Vérité mariée à M. Jules Jouet". Un daguerréotype surprenant de vie, centré sur le visage de cette petite fille au regard sombre, presque inquiétant, qui donne à l'image comme une touche surnaturelle. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        An original design for a porcelain Delft vase

      [Paris, 1845. Pen, ink, and watercolour. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling and minor foxing. A rare example of an original watercolour design based on an 18th-century Delft vase in the Musée des Arts Décoratif, by the Samson factory of Paris. This finished design was intended as a reference source from which the porcelain painters could work, using the design as a guide for the colours and image to be transformed from paper into fine porcelain. The French porcelain manufactory of Samson & Cie. was established by "Edmé Samson (b. Paris, 1810; d. Paris, 1891) at 7, Rue Vendôme (later Rue Béranger) in Paris. The intention of the firm was to reproduce ceramics from museums and private collections, and it claimed that all such reproductions would be distinctly marked to avoid confusion with the originals. In 1864, the factory was moved to Montreuil by Samson's son, Emile Samson (1837-1913). The range of wares included copies of 18th-century porcelain from such factories as Sèvres, Chelsea, Meissen and Derby, Chinese export-wares, especially armorial wares decorated with famille rose colours and mugs decorated with the Fitzhugh pattern, Delftware, Iznikware, maiolica and faience." ( Grove Dictionary of Art ).

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        Mandan Chef. Chef Mandan." originale Lithographie ca.28x21cm (Darstellung/image size) von J. Honegger nach Bodmer auf Bütten-Karton (34x24cm)

      - unterhalb der Darstellung typographisch betitelt und bezeichnet; Zürich 1845 [Das dekorative Blatt insgesamt braunfleckig.]

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        On the Physics of Media that are Composed of Free and Perfectly Elastic Molecules in a State of Motion" bound extract from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 183,1892, pp. 1 - 79

      - FIRST EDITION OF WATERSTON'S FOUNDATIONAL WORK IN STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF GASES. This is a bound original extract. In 1845 Waterston submitted a paper [this paper] to the Philosophical Transactions that contained a number of ground breaking theories, including: Heat is the result of the motion of particles; One can compute the properties of a system of particles as a whole by averaging their possible states (predecessor to the "ergodic theorem"); In thermal equilibrium, energy is shared equally among all of its various forms (the "Equipartition theorem"); Gas pressure is a function of the number of molecules per unit volume, molecular mass and molecular velocity; The mean square molecular velocity is inversely proportional to the specific weight of the molecules; Temperature is proportional to the product of pressure and volume (the ideal gas law). In short, Waterston's paper was "an essentially correct and comprehensive kinetic theory?[that] included for the first time a statement of the equipartition of energy among molecules of different masses, it treated the speeds of the molecules, and it gave a satisfactory treatment of specific heats" (Laidler, Energy and the Unexpected, 48). However due to an absurd series of unfortunate decisions, the Phil Trans did not publish Waterston's paper until 1892, nearly a decade after his death. "The name of John James Waterston might have been added to the list of major contributors to kinetic theory and molecular theory but for an unfortunate bungling in the handling of his remarkable memoir submitted to the Royal Society in 1845. [The Royal Society rejected the paper and never returned to him, and he could not submit it elsewhere because he had not kept a copy.]. Upon discovery of the manuscript in the Archives of the Royal Society, Lord Rayleigh saw to it that it was published in 1892, almost fifty years too late. In his introduction to the publication Lord Rayleigh Commented "Impressed with the above passage and with the general ingenuity and soundness of Waterston's views, I took the first opportunity of consulting the Archives, and saw at once that the memoir justified the large claims made for it, and that it marks an immense advance in the direction of the now generally received theory. The omission to publish it at the time was a misfortune, which probably retarded the development of the subject by ten or fifteen years" (Davis, The Airborne Microparticle, 18). CONDITION & DETAILS: Bound extract from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 183,1892, pp. 1-79. Quarto. (11.5 x 8.75 inches; 288 x 219mm). 2 plates. Tightly and solidly bound in later half calf over brown cloth (aged by conservator with small spots on the front board); gilt-lettered at the spine. One small library stamp on the bottom of the first page, otherwise pristine.

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        A NEW MAP OF THE WESTERN RIVERS. OR TRAVELLERS GUIDE EXHIBITING THE MISSISSIPPI, MISSOURI, OHIO, AND ILLINOIS RIVERS, WITH ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS, ISLANDS & DISTANCES

      Cincinnati, 1845. Tipped to original board. Minor splits along folds, neatly repaired. Scattered foxing; small piece missing from lower outer corner, affecting border only. Very good. Archival matting, and protected with Mylar sheet. Second edition, after the first of 1843. A remarkably rare map, by the cartographer of A NEW AND EMBELLISHED MAP OF THE UNITED STATES.... The present map depicts sections of the above mentioned rivers as they flow through Wisconsin, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Virginia, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Mississippi. The hand-coloring highlights state borders and tributaries. Published to facilitate river travel, a complete table of distances between towns is provided, listing locations as far north as St. Anthony (Minneapolis), south to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico, east to Pittsburgh, and west to Fort Leavenworth. The juxtaposition of these several key rivers illustrates clearly the importance of river transportation to the growing western economy. Extremely rare, the NUC locates only one copy. NUC 0888205.

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        Cathedrale de Fribourg. Cote lateral Meridional/Das Münster zu Freiburg. Südliche Seiten-Ansicht. Lithographie von Ph. Benoist nach [Nicolas-Marie-Joseph] Chapuy.

      Paris, Goupil et Vibert, Jeannin (Druck: Lemercier), London, Anaglyphic Comp. und Berlin, L. Sachse o. J. (1845). Bildausschnitt hoch: 28x38,5 cm, Blattgrösse: 39,5x55 cm, zwei kl. Prägestempel von Goupil et Vibert sowie Jeannin li. u. re. unterhalb des gestoch. Titels, Blatt schwach gebräunt, leichte Schabspur im Himmel, am ob. Bildrand schwache Schmutzspur ca 3 cm in den Himmel übergehend, am li. Seitenrand ein ca 1,5 cm großer Einriss, darüber ein schwacher kl. wasserrandiger Fleck, leichte Eckknicke, an re. unt. Ecke d. Blattes Wasserränder, einige winzige Tintenspritzer am ob. Blattrand sowie eine kl. Schabläsur. Insges. dekoratives Blatt aus dieser Zeit. Die Südseite des Domes mit dem Säulen-Vorbau über dem Eingangsportal, links davor eine Marktszenerie mit Figuren. Rechts einige bürgerliche und handwerkliche Figurinen. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Freiburg, Baden, Deutschland, Geographie, Graphik, Geography, Germany, Graph

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        The Prisoners of Perote: Containing a Journal Kept by the Author, Who Was Captured by the Mexicans, at Mier, December 25, 1842, and Released from Perote, May 16, 1844

      G.B. Zieber and Company, Philadelphia 1845 - A solid, well-preserved copy of the 1845 1st edition. Tight and VG in its original light-brown cloth, with still-bright gilt-lettering at the spine and decorative blindstamping along the panels. Light, forgiveable foxing to the preliminaries, otherwise very clean. 12mo, 164 pgs. plus publisher's ads. (Howes S891, Sabin 90483). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE PRISONERS OF PEROTE: CONTAINING A JOURNAL KEPT BY THE AUTHOR, WHO WAS CAPTURED BY THE MEXICANS, AT MIER, DECEMBER 25, 1842, AND RELEASED FROM PEROTE, MAY 16, 1844

      Philadelphia, 1845. 12mo. Original blue cloth, stamped in blind, spine gilt. Bookplate on front pastedown and [1]p. manuscript letter from bookseller Francis Harper to collector laid in. Quite clean internally. A near fine copy. Stapp joined the Texas forces in October 1842 and was one of the members of the Texas expedition against Mier. He was taken prisoner in 1842 and released in 1844. His narrative includes a chronology of events in Texas from 1836 to 1842, and accounts of the Dawson Massacre and the Vasquez and Woll expeditions. "This was the first book to appear on the Mier Expedition; it is still one of the best" - Jenkins. HOWES S891, "aa." BASIC TEXAS BOOKS 197. DOBIE, p.58. GRAFF, FIFTY TEXAS RARITIES 27. GRAFF 3949. RAINES, p.194. SABIN 90483. STREETER TEXAS 1610.

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        Mémoires d'un ministre du Trésor public (1780-1815).

      - Paris, Imprimerie de H. Fournier et Cie, 1845. 4 volumes in-8, demi-chagrin vert bronze de l'époque, dos à 4 nerfs ornés de caissons dorés richement décorés, titre et tomaison dorés, jeu d'encadrement de filets à froid et dorés sur les plats, tranches mouchetées (rel. Quinet), tableaux dépliants (qqs rousseurs). Edition originale de librairie. Ministre du Trésor Public de 1780 à 1815, Mollien a donc couvert l’Ancien Régime, la Révolution et l’Empire. "Il est de ceux qui ont posé les bases du système financier public tel que nous le connaissons encore aujourd’hui ( ). Homme de premier plan de l’Empire, Mollien est également un témoin de premier ordre. Et s’il lui arrive de magnifier son rôle, il n’en dévoile pas moins, dans ses Mémoires, le dessous des cartes de l’immense champ de bataille que fut l’Europe entre 1799 et 1815" (David Lionel Jauneau). "Remarquables Mémoires dont la consultation est indispensable pour l'histoire de l'Empire. Tableau de la situation financière à l'avènement de Bonaparte, étude des budgets, effets du blocus continental, financement des guerres, attitude de l'opinion devant les impôts " (Tulard, n° 1034). Contient également, selon Stourm (p. 29), de "précieux détails sur les Finances de l'Ancien Régime". Très bon exemplaire, très bien relié à l'époque. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        HAMBURG. "Die neue Börse in Hamburg, eingeweiht am 2ten und 4ten December 1841". Blick von schräg vorne auf das Börsengebäude, auf dem Platz zahlreiche Spaziergänger und Kutschen.

      - Kol. Lithographie "Nach der Natur gez. gedr. und verlegt" von P. Suhr, Hamburg, um 1845, 24 x 38 cm. Die hübsche Figurenstaffage mit Börsianern, Handwerkern, Bürgern und Mädchen in Vierländer Tracht. - Im Passepartoutausschnitt gering gebräunt. Dekorativ gerahmt.

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        Illustrations of the land and fresh water conchology of Great Britain and Ireland, with figures, descriptions, and localities of all the species. Drawn and coloured from nature.

      Smith, Elder, London 1845 - First edition, tall 8vo, pp. xi, [1], 144; 27 hand-colored plates at the back; original green cloth, spine faded and a few small cracks starting, but generally a good, sound copy or better, old lending library label (Melton Literary Institution) affixed to the front cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        NARRATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES EXPLORING EXPEDITION. DURING THE YEARS 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842

      Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1845. Half title in each text volume. Imperial octavo. Original gilt cloth. Cloth worn at corners, spine ends, and along hinges. Early ownership signature on titlepage of each volume. Scattered foxing, occasional offsetting. Minor splits at cross-folds of maps in atlas volume, but with no loss. A very good set. This is the first regularly available trade edition of the narrative of the expedition, preceded only by the extremely rare official edition and the further printing of 150 copies made for gifts. The Wilkes Expedition was the first United States scientific expedition by sea, working mainly in the Pacific Ocean. Wilkes sailed along the Antarctic continent and throughout the islands of the South Pacific, visited the Hawaiian Islands in 1840, and explored the northwest coast of America in 1841. The expedition was made up of a number of notable American scientists, and their botanical, natural history, and geological findings are included. HOWES W414, "aa." STREETER SALE 3324. TWENEY 89, 83. HILL 1867. TAXONOMIC LITERATURE 17646. HASKELL 2B. SABIN 103994. FORBES 1574. ROSOVE ANTARCTIC 353. FERGUSON 4209. COWAN, p.683.

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        Die malerischen und romantischen Donauländer.

      Leipzig Georg Wigand's Verlag (ca ) 1845 - (EA); ca 22x15 cm; 430 Seiten mit 60 Stahlstichtafeln; Halbledereinband d. Zt. mit Rückentitel und etwas Rückenvergoldung (Einband minimal fleckig, Exlibris auf Innendeckel, innen ganz vereinzelt minimalst fleckig; sehr gutes, sauberes Exemplar. In diesem guten Zustand selten! Reihe: Das malerische und romantische Deutschland, Band VIII. 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Panorama vom Rigi Berg. Panorama du Mont-Righi. Gezeichnet und herausgegeben von Heinrich Keller. Edition Originale corrigée jusqu?à 1845.

      Zürich, Heinrich Keller, () 1845 - 8°, 21-blättriges gestochenes u. handkoloriertes Leporello (20.5 x ca. 198 cm), 1 zweimal gefaltete, von Hand grenzkolorierte «Charte des Gesichtskreises vom Rigi-Kulm» (12 x 20.5 cm; 1821), OHLwd. m. Deckelschild, Kanten etw. berieben, min. gebräunt u. stockfl.(meist an den Stegen), die äusseren Falze min angestaubt; gutes Ex. Prächtiges Panorama, bereits 1814 von Heinrich Keller gezeichnet, sechsmal «vermehrt und berichtigt», gestochen von J. J. Scheurman. 900 gr. Schlagworte: Helvetica - AllgemeinReisen - Karten, Panoramen [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Gens de Justice. Original lithographs sur blanc. First editions

      Paris: Aubert & Cie. 1845-1848. A suite of 38 lithographs on wove paper without verso text. Delteil, 1337-1374. Images: 9 1/2 by 7 1/2 in. (24.1 by 19.1 cm.) Uniformly framed. This collection includes the 37 published ones in the series and the unpublished one Delteil, no. 26. From the collection of the celebrated Wall Street attorney Robert S. Pirie. The illustration shows the lithographs on the staircase in situ at his Greenwich Village townhouse. Pirie was a member of the family who owned the famous namesake Chicago department store chain and was educated at Harvard. He was also the foremost collector of 17th Century English literature.

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        History of Texas; Or the Emigrant's Guide to the New Republic, By a Resident Emigrant, Late from the United States. With a Brief Introduction by the Rev. A. B. Lawrence of New Orleans

      Nafis & Cornish, New York 1845 - 12mo. (7 3/8 x 4 3/8 in) 275 pp. Frontispiece. Leather binding, very good. [Howes L148] (61684). Lithographic frontispiece captioned 'City of Austin The New Capital of Texas in 1844.' Contemporary mottled sheep, spine decorated in gilt, marbled edges, text lightly browned and spotted throughout. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Finland framstäldt i Teckningar. Plancherna från Adler & Dietz i Dresden. I-II.

      Helsingfors 1845. A. W. Gröndahl. Tverr 4to. 258 s. + 120 plansjar. Bd. II gjennomill. Originalbind. Brune skinnryggar m. dekorstriper og gyllen tekst. Noko slitasje, sprekk/rift i ytre/indre fals på bd. II. Materien pen

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        Siebente mimisch-akrobatische Vorrstellung des Carl Price mit seiner Gesellschaft, in 6 Abtheilungen.

      Breslau, 2. Januar (handschriftlich zugesetzt:) 1845. - Mit 2 Holzschnitten. Einblattdruck. 44 x 37 cm. Carl Price (geb. 1803) entstammte einer großen englischen Kunstreiterfamilie, die ca. 1785 nach Skandinavien ging. Einige Nachfahren sind noch im 20. Jahrhundert als Zirkusleute nachweisbar. Die Gattin des Carl Price entstammte der noch älteren und bedeutsameren französischen Zirkusfamilie Franconi. - Das Plakat listet die einzelnen zu erwartenden Vorführungen auf: Eingangs vier verschiedene Vorführungen am Seil, darauf folgend Tänze der Kinder des John Price, die Gebrüder Johannowitsch werden "außerordentliche Leistungen produzieren" (dazu wohl die beiden schwarzgrundigen Holzschnitte, die zwei halbnackte Herren bei einer Kraftnummer zeigen), schließlich wird auch noch ein Theaterstück aufgeführt. Die Truppe bestand wohl fast ausschließlich aus Mitgliedern der Familie Price, es werden neben John (Johann) genannt: Wilhelm, Victoire, Hanna (Hanne Sophie Price; 1833-1905, als Balletttänzerin berühmt geworden) , Clara, Rosa (Rosetta Sophie Caroline Lewin; 1810-1887), Louis, Elise und Ferdinand. - Mit leichter horizontaler Falte. Gutes Exemplar!

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        NARRATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES EXPLORING EXPEDITION. DURING THE YEARS 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842

      Philadelphia: Printed by C. Sherman, 1845. Thick quarto. Contemporary green morocco stamped in gilt, expertly rebacked with original backstrips preserved (except second volume, which is rebacked in matching style), spines in six compartments, richly gilt, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. Slight offsetting on the large folding maps, several neatly repaired along folds. A very good set. One of the great rarities of Pacific voyages, here in a mixed set of the true first edition and the first quarto edition of the narrative of the first great scientific expedition sponsored by the government of the United States. The first three volumes of the present set consist of the special Sherman edition of 100 copies, which is the true first edition and was issued for private distribution. The final two volumes are of the Lea and Blanchard printing, which was limited to 150 copies and was preceded only by the Sherman edition. The Lea and Blanchard edition is on the same format as the Sherman edition, and differs only in the preliminary material. The United States Exploring Expedition circumnavigated the globe under the command of Charles Wilkes between the summer of 1838 and the summer of 1842 (for a detailed account of the voyage, see the sources cited below). In July 1842, almost immediately upon his return, Wilkes began work on the narrative, drawing on all of the data and logs assembled by the members of the expedition. This took two years, but by August 1844 the first volume was in the press, and the whole set was ready for binding by the end of the year. The first "Sherman edition," in large quarto format, consisted of only 100 copies for the use of the government, and is easily distinguished by the Sherman imprint of 1844. The "Lea and Blanchard" quarto edition soon followed, and was probably off the presses before the end of 1844 (even though the volumes carry an imprint dated 1845). In fact, the verso of the titlepage of the two Lea and Blanchard volumes notes that the text was in fact printed by Sherman. Both the Sherman and the Lea and Blanchard editions present the text in five volumes, accompanied by an atlas volume of five maps. Those maps are here bound into the front of the fourth text volume. Of the 100 copies printed of the Sherman edition, twenty- five were later destroyed in the Lea and Blanchard fire, sixty-three copies were distributed to foreign governments and federal or state libraries in the United States, and only three were distributed to private individuals. Haskell, in preparing his bibliography of the publications of the expedition, was able to locate over thirty sets in libraries in the United States, but the Sherman edition virtually never appears on the market. The only sets we know of on the market in recent years are one from the Carlsmith collection, acquired from Howell, sold in 1985, and now in an Australian library, and two other sets sold by us in the past ten years. Of the 150 copies printed of the Lea and Blanchard edition, twenty-five were reserved for private distribution by Wilkes, and the remaining copies were offered for sale to individuals at sixty dollars per set. Haskell was able to locate only seven sets in libraries in the United States. A prime opportunity to obtain a set consisting of the two rarest printings of the most important American naval expedition of the 19th century. HASKELL, UNITED STATES EXPLORING EXPEDITION 1, 2A, 17A. HOWES W414, "c." David B. Tyler, THE WILKES EXPEDITION (Philadelphia, 1968). Herman J. Viola, ed., MAGNIFICENT VOYAGERS, THE U.S. EXPLORING EXPEDITION, 1838-1842 (Washington, 1985). HILL 1866. SABIN 103994. TWENEY, WASHINGTON 83. FORBES 1517.

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