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        Foraminiferes Fossils du Bassin Tertiaire de Vienne (Autriche); decouverts par Son Excellence le Chevalier Joseph Hauer: [In German and French]:

      Paris, Gide et Compe., Libraires-Editeurs, 1846.: Gide et Compe, 1846. Hardcover. Fine. HARDBACK original blind embossed cloth with gilt lettering on spine pp. xxxvij 312 pls. 21 with 700 very fine illustrations 4to. (12 x 9") tail a little worn corners bumped spine slightly faded some light foxing throughout otherwise fine. This is a heavy item and may incur additional postage.

      [Bookseller: Baldwin's Scientific Books]
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        Discoveries in Australia; with An Account of the Coasts and Rivers Explored and Surveyed during the Voyage of HMS Beagle, in the years 1837-38-39-40-41-42-43. Also A Narrative of Captain Owen Stanley's Visits to the Islands in the Arafura Sea

      T. & W. Boone 1846 - London: T & W Boone, 1846. Two vol, 1st edition in first issue blue binding, errata page in Vol. 1, 22 pages of publisher's adverts bound at the beginning and end of each volume, 8 of 8 maps (lacks original map of Arafura Sea in Vol. 1 but is replaced by map from a later reprinted edition); 6 maps are loose in folder inside front cover of vol. 2, map of Western Australia opposite pg. 528 of vol. 2, 26 plates, 14 engravings, 4 plated spotted, blind embossed, spines (especially Vol 2) have been affected by insects (see photos). Books are in clean and tight VG condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fiona's Rare Books]
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        Jérome Paturot à la recherche d'une position sociale

      Paris, J. J. Dubochet, Le Chevalier et Cie, 1846. In - 4 relié demi - percaline verte de l'éditeur. dos à à caisson, titre doré et date en queue. Plats très ornés d'un motif doré à la devise "Je n'en fais qu'à ma tête". Reliure signée H Lefèvre. 1 feuillet blanc, couverture conservée, faux - titre, frontispice, titre, 1 feuillet non chiffré, dos de la couverture illustrée conservée, 1 feuillet blanc. Premier tirage des 32 illustrations hors - texte de Grandville, et de très nombreuses vignettes, culs - de - lampe et ornements in - texte, gravés sur bois. Hors une petite mouillure en marge supérieure jusqu'à la page 10, bel exemplaire de ce classique très bien relié.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Artgil]
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        Copies or Extracts of any Correspondence between the Secretary of State for the Colonial Department and the Governor of Van Diemen's Land, on the subject of Convict Discipline

      London: House of Commons/HMSO, 1846. Foolscap folio, 70 pp., folding coloured lithographic map by Arrowsmith; some browning, but very good overall, now preserved in a folding green cloth case. Includes a report of some 15 pages from Lord Stanley to Sir John Eardley-Wilmot, acting Lieutenant-Governor of Van Diemen's Land, concerning Captain Alexander Maconochie's experimental prison reforms at Norfolk Island. It effectively forms advice for the application of Maconochie's principles in Van Diemen's Land, some ten years after his service under Sir John Franklin. A similar report was prepared by Stanley for the Governor of New South Wales. The folding map is marked with roads built by convict labour.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        The Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home

      Bradbury and Evans, London 1846 - First edition, first issue of the text (uncorrected), second issue of the Oliver Twist ad on page (175). 12mo, original vertically ribbed red cloth, stamped in blind and gilt; all edges gilt. Yellow coated end papers. Neat owner inscription and bookplate on FEP. Light wear at spine ends; small chip near head of spine. A very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Das galante Wien. Sittengemälde. 2 Bände in 1 Band

      Leipzig Johann Friedrich Hartknoch 1846 E. A. deutlich späterer Halbleinenband mit Rückenlederschildchen, rundum Rotschnitt und Lesebändchen, kl.-8°, 1 Blatt, 346 Seiten und 1 Blatt, 410 Seiten; Zustand: gut +, Papier teils etwas fleckig Groß-Hoffinger, Anton Johann (1808 vermutlich nach 1873 ) Wurzbach V, S. 368 f. / ÖBL II 76 f. / Holzmann / Bohatta: Pseudo S. 113 Gross, A. J. / Giebisch /Gugitz: S. 123 / Nagl / Zeidler / Castle II S. 870 / Hayn /Gotendorf VIII 452 / Sammlung Mayer: 2302 und 5496 / Sammlung Eckl IV 120 / Deuticke Katalog 210 Wien 1073 ( Mit Exlibris von Joseph Wünsch ggf. Präs. d. Verb. d. öst. BrauIndustrie vgl. High Life Almanach 1912 S.561) SELTEN Versand D: 9,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT.WIEN Fine Books & Prints- Fl]
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        Annaes Maritimos e Coloniaes. Publicação Mensal Redigida sob a Direcção da Associação Maritima e Colonial [Maritime and Colonial Annals: Monthly Publication Issued under the Direction of the Maritime and Colonial Association]

      Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional, 1846. First edition, complete in 103 issues. Thirteen lithograph maps, plans and charts (twelve folding, three in color), nine lithograph plates (seven folding; one large), and one large folding table, plus many tables in the text. 533, [3], 12; 583, [5]; 346, [2], 641, [2]; [1], 409, [2], [1], 455, [2]; 235, [1], 512, [2]; 56, 135 pp. 6 vols. 8vo. Handsome contemporary maroon and brown gilt tooled quarter sheep with marbled and papered boards. Mixed set, vols 3 & 5 bound in a similar but not quite uniform style. Vol. 2 bound without a title page. A couple of plates with repairs and markings of removed old adhesive tape, a couple of places of mild foxing, two volumes with slight cracking of hinges but holding. First edition, complete in 103 issues. Thirteen lithograph maps, plans and charts (twelve folding, three in color), nine lithograph plates (seven folding; one large), and one large folding table, plus many tables in the text. 533, [3], 12; 583, [5]; 346, [2], 641, [2]; [1], 409, [2], [1], 455, [2]; 235, [1], 512, [2]; 56, 135 pp. 6 vols. 8vo. A RARE COMPLETE RUN. A rare complete run of this monthly publication. Published in the immediate aftermath of Brazilian independence when Portugal sought to cement its position in Goa and Macau and expand in Africa. This is a comprehensive digest of Portugal's colonial agenda. The Annaes includes important articles on Angola and Mozambique, Goa, Macau, Timor and even Solor island. Dr. Francisco Jose de Lacerda e Almeida's diary documenting his travels in Central Africa is serialised. There is a great deal of material devoted to the Malaysia and the Malay archipelago generally and even several articles on North America. Many of these are the first published accounts of Portuguese voyages and expeditions, and are augmented by government documents, statistical information as well as accounts of the most important international expeditions of the time: Dumont d'Urville's voyage to the Antarctic (1837-40), Dupetit-Thouars' circumnavigation (1836-39), James Clark Ross - a printed extract of a letter written on the Erebus, Canadian Arctic exploration by the Hudson's Bay Company vessels, Wilkes's US Exploring Expedition in the South Pacific in 1838-40 et al. The publication also include texts of international anti-slavery treaties, documents on exports and imports, articles on the latest navigation techniques and machines, e.g. Steam ships, et al. There is even a review of Frederic Marryat's Romancos Maritimos. The charts include the harbors of Lisbon, Goa, Quellimane (Mozambique, hand coloured), Dilly (Timor), Mossamedes (modern Namibia, Angola) and Lobito (Benguela province of Angola); there are also folding plans of the city of Goa, a Portuguese fort in Pungo an Dongo (Angola); a topographical chart of the National Forest of Leiria (Portugal) and others. Plates include two views of the rapids de São Salvador da Pesqueira on the river Douro (Portugal) - before and after the works which removed the rapids and made the river navigable at this point; a nicely executed large folding view of the façade of the famous ruin of St. Paul's Cathedral in Macau, a reprint of a document in Chinese, a draft of a vapour vessel, a statistical table of the population of the Portuguese Goa and others. The volumes break down as follows: Volume I contains 11 issues and a supplement (pp. 529-33), followed by an index (3 pp.), as described in Fonseca, and "Estatutos da Associação Maritima" (12 pp., paginated separately), which is not mentioned in Fonseca. In volume II, there are 12 issues. Volumes III, IV and V each contain 24 issues: 12 in the "Parte Official," 12 more in the "Parte Não Official." In volume VI, only 4 issues each of the "Parte Official" and "Parte Não Official" were published. Fonseca calls for only 1 folding plate and 3 maps in the "Parte Não Official" of volume III, where this copy has 3 plates and 4 maps. Fonseca also fails to mention the single leaf preceding the text in both "Partes" of volume IV. Innocêncio I, 72; Fonseca, pp21-22; Sabin 1577a

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        Der deutsche Tribun. Erstes Heft. Nachzudrucken!

      Ohne Ort, Verlag und Jahr, (wohl Herisau, Literarisches Institut Mich. Schläpfer, 1846). - 11,5 x 6,5 cm. 95 Seiten. *Stammhammer I, S. 103. Einzige Ausgabe, Rarissimum des deutschen Vormärz. - "Der deutsche Tribun" war der kurzlebige Versuch des radikaldemokratischen Kämpfers Heinzen einer monatlich erscheinenden kritischen Zeitschrift, sie sollte " . ein Begleiter der deutschen Tagespolitik zu werden, er gedenkt sie als Herold zügelloser Wahrheit so lang zu begleiten, bis er durch wirkliche Preßfreiheit [.] überflüssig geworden ist" (Heinzen im Prolog). - Außerordentlich selten, das KVK verzeichnet weltweit nur 3 originale Exemplare (UB Köln, Amsterdam und Univ. Madison US), selbst die Bay. Staatsbibl. hat nur eine Kopie. Die UB Madison nennt noch ein zweites Heft, das in Mühlhausen erschienen sein soll, aber ansonsten unbekannt ist. - Der radikale Publizist K. Heinzen (1809-1880) musste 1844 aufgrund seiner kritischen Schrift "Die Preußische Bürokratie" aus Deutschland über Belgien in die Schweiz fliehen. Nach seiner Ausweisung emigrierte er 1847 in die USA, wo er mit Ausnahme einer kurzen Rückkehr nach Deutschland während der Februarrevolution von 1848 bis zu seinem Tod lebte. Er publizierte von 1841-1848 mehrere Schriften im deutschsprachigen Raum und später von Amerika aus bis 1879 verschiedene demokratisch gesinnte Zeitschriften (vgl. NDB VIII, 452f.). 1847 führte er eine publizistische Auseinandersetzung mit Karl Marx und Friedrich Engels, distanzierte sich aber von den Kommunisten. Heinzen forderte in seinen Schriften "eine antiklerikale, antiautoritäre, technisch und sozial fortschrittliche Demokratie. Manche der von ihm schwungvoll geschilderten Reformen sind inzwischen verwirklicht" (NDB). - Die vorliegende Zeitschrift "Der deutsche Tribun" (publiziert im Hosentaschenformat und ohne separates Titelblatt) wurde wohl sofort nach Erscheinen beschlagnahmt, es ist die seltenste von Heinzens Schriften. Das vorliegende Exemplar schlummerte (bis dato unberührt) in der Wittelsbacher Bibliothek Schloß Tegernsee. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 100 Broschierter Umschlag der Zeit. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        Rathaus und Johanniskirche; im Vordergrund rechts Personengruppe.

      - aquarellierte Tuschefeder- und pinselzeichnung, um 1846, 19 x 26,5 Rückseitig Auflistung der Namen der Personen (Hofrath Marx, Haccius, Hartmann, Brandis, Beuckl, Wehrs, Frankenfeld etc.) auf dem Bild. - Fein ausgeführte Zeichnung. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Allegorie der Philosophie und Geschichte. Blatt eines Prunk-Albums. Aquarell und Gouache mit goldfarbener Schrift auf Karton, auf OUnterlage montiert und mit weißem Tuschrand eingefasst.

      1846 - Links unten signiert "J. Wagener" und datiert "(18)46". Äußerst detailreiche allegorische Schilderung. Die Szene wird von einem architektonischen Rahmen eingefasst und einem Spruchband bekrönt. Im unteren Architekturrahmen mit dem Spruch: "Der Mensch im Streben nach Wahrheit, Weisheit, als dem einzig dauerndem Glück, stets vom leichten und blindem Zufall begleitet, findet". - Von guter und farbfrischer Erhaltung. Die Unterlage mit vereinzelten Stockfleckchen. Sprache: Deutsch 25,8 x 19,3 cm. Unterlage: 39,5 x 33,9 cm.

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Wien, 27. V. 1846. - 1 S. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief) und Siegel. An den Theaterdirektor Karl Remmark (1802-86): "Hiermit sende ich sämtliche Orchestre-Stimmen die ganz neu sind, und darum einer Correcturprobe bedürfen [ ]".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Punch, (Magazine); or the London Charivari Volumes 1 - 47 1841- 1864; Vol. 52-53 & Vol.64-65 Half-Bound Maroon Morrocco set Dickens RBJO

      Punch 1846-1864 1867-68 1873-74, London - Demy Folio, [28.5/11inches], full gilt-embossed half-bound Maroon Levant/Marbled boards 51 volumes in 26 tomes. Please feel free to inquire as to particulars and/or additional photographs. . Punch, or The London Charivari was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and engraver Ebenezer Landells. Historically, it was most influential in the 1840s and 1850s, when it helped to coin the term "cartoon" in its modern sense as a humorous illustration. After the 1940s, when its circulation peaked, it went into a long decline, closing in 1992. It was revived in 1996, but closed again in 2002. Punch was founded on 17 July 1841 on an initial investment of £25. It was jointly edited by Mayhew and Mark Lemon. It was subtitled The London Charivari in homage to Charles Philipon's French satirical humour magazine Le Charivari. Reflecting their satiric and humorous intent, the two editors took for their name and masthead the anarchic glove puppet, Mr. Punch, of Punch and Judy; the name also referred to a joke made early on about one of the magazine's first editors, Lemon, that "punch is nothing without lemon". Mayhew ceased to be joint editor in 1842 and became "suggestor in chief" until he severed his connection in 1845. The magazine initially struggled for readers, except for an 1842 "Almanack" issue which shocked its creators by selling 90,000 copies. In December 1842 due to financial difficulties the magazine was sold to Bradbury and Evans, both printers and publishers. Bradbury and Evans capitalised on newly evolving mass printing technologies and also were the publishers for Charles Dickens and William Makepeace Thackeray.The term "cartoon" to refer to comic drawings was first used in Punch in 1843, when the Houses of Parliament were to be decorated with murals, and "cartoons" for the mural were displayed for the public; the term "cartoon" then meant a finished preliminary sketch on a large piece of cardboard, or cartone in Italian. Punch humorously appropriated the term to refer to its political cartoons, and the popularity of the Punch cartoons led to the term's widespread use. The illustrator Archibald Henning designed the cover of the magazine's first issues. The cover design varied in the early years, though Richard Doyle designed what became the magazine's masthead in 1849. Artists who published in Punch during the 1840s and 50s included John Leech, Richard Doyle, John Tenniel and Charles Keene. This group became known as "The Punch Brotherhood", which also included Charles Dickens who joined Bradbury and Evans after leaving Chapman and Hall in 1843. Punch authors and artists also contributed to another Bradbury and Evans literary magazine called Once A Week (est.1859), created in response to Dickens' departure from Household Words. In the 1860s and 1870s, conservative Punch faced competition from upstart liberal journal Fun, but after about 1874, Fun's fortunes faded. At Evans's café in London, the two journals had "Round tables" in competition with each other. After months of financial difficulty and lack of market success, Punch became a staple for British drawing rooms because of its sophisticated humour and absence of offensive material, especially when viewed against the satirical press of the time. The Times and the Sunday paper News of the World used small pieces from Punch as column fillers, giving the magazine free publicity and indirectly granting a degree of respectability, a privilege not enjoyed by any other comic publication. Punch would share a friendly relationship with not only The Times but journals aimed at intellectual audiences such as the Westminster Review, which published a fifty-three page illustrated article on Punch's first two volumes. Historian Richard Altick writes that "To judge from the number of references to it in the private letters and memoirs of the 1840s.Punch had become a household word within a year or two of its founding, beginning in the middle c [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Notes of a military reconnoissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, including parts of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila rivers.

      Emory, Brevet Major of the Corps of Topographical Engineers and an outstanding surveyor and mapmaker, here provides a groundbreaking description of the terrain, flora and fauna, and peoples of the historic Southwest. J. Gregg Layne (Zamorano 80) says, "A library of Western Americana is incomplete without [Emory's report]." The volume is illustrated with => 43 lithographed plates done by Weber & Co., including a portrait of "A New Mexican Indian Woman," a fish of the Gila River, a map of "the actions fought at San Pasqual in upper California between the Americans and Mexicans Dec. 6th & 7th 1846," and a view of cliffside hieroglyphics, as well as a series of 14 botanical images. Government document: 30th Congress, 1st Session. Senate. Executive document no. 7; Howes describes this as the second issue of an edition which appeared in the same year as the first. The present example does not include the oversized, folding map found in some copies; the plates here are, however, in the preferred state, attributed to Weber.

      [Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books ]
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      New York & London: Wiley and Putnam / John Murray, 1846. Original printed wrappers (lacking rear wrapper to each volume). Spine of 2nd volume nicked and chipped along bottom edge, but apart from some scattered foxing, small nicks and creases, and the absent rear wrapper, near very good; upper wrapper of first volume soiled, with chipping to spine and wrapper corners, significant foxing and some spotting, and with an obtrusive tidemark at the bottom edge of the textblock and the lower fore-quadrant of the half-title, title, map and other prelims; sound but just a fill- in copy of the 1st part. Fleece-lined clamshell box. First US edition, wrapperbound issue, of Melville's first book. The front wrapper to the first part is in BAL's state 'B' with denotation as "No. XIII.' Published as parts XIII and XIV of Wiley and Putnam's "Library of American Books," and uncommon in wrappers in any condition. BAL 13653. WRIGHT II:1867.

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      [Liverpool? ?] 1846 - 10pp. Lacking pp.11-16 which contains an additional "Dialogue." Modern three quarter morocco and cloth. Hinges a bit tender, spine leather dried. Leaves tanned. Overall a good plus copy. An early separate printing of this pro-Mormon satire, which first appeared on the front page of the New York Herald on Aug. 25, 1844. "Probably the first work that can be classified as Mormon fiction. Parley Pratt composed it while he was stumping for Joseph Smith's presidential candidacy in the eastern states in the spring of 1844" - Crawley. According to Crawley all known separate pamphlet editions of this work also included "Dialogue Between Tradition, Reason, and Scriptus," but it is lacking here. See Crawley for an extensive account of this work. FLAKE 6569. CRAWLEY 292.

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        Explanations: A Sequel to "Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation"

      London: John Churchill 1846, 2nd Edition. () vii, 205, [8]. Very good. Octavo. Original red cloth boards with gilt title and lines on spine. Decorative embossing outlined along front and back. Slight foxing on foredging. Crisp, clean text. Originally, this defense of "Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation" was to be published as letters to the Times followed by a pamphlet. However, the publisher convinced Chambers that it should be made into a book, bound similarly to the original. By the time this work was published, "Vestiges" was in it's fifth edition and the two were often sold together. Chamber's remained the anonymous author of both works until after his death and the 12th edition of "Vestiges" was released. The publisher felt there was no longer a need for anonymity. Darwin felt that these two works had opened the minds of the general population, making acceptance of his "Theory of Evolution" in 1859 more popular. This is a lovely copy and an infamous work relating to evolution and natural history..

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        The Works of David Ricardo, Esq, MP, with a Notice of the Life and Writings of the Author

      London: John Murray, 1846. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. xxxiii, 584 p. with 16 pages of ads at rear dated January 1846. Very Good. Original cloth rebacked with worn spine cloth laid down and new endpapers, sturdy binding. Some light pencil notations and underlining to text, which can be easily erased. Some foxing, heavier on preliminary pages. The first appearance of the collected works of the influential English political economist, broker, and politician, including the 1821 third edition of On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation.

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      Samoa: London Missionary Society Press, 1846, 1847. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. 12 mo. 4 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches. Pilgrim's Progress (1846) 142 pages, Psalms (ca 1840s) pp. 76-150, O Le Sulu Samoa (1847) 38 pages. Later blue buckram, "Samoan Tracts, 1846" on spine in gilt. Condition is Very Good; Ex-library (Harvard College) with paper label on spine, bookplate on front pastedown, which notes it was from Joshua Kendall, class of 1853, and stamped "released", small Harvard blindstamp on title page, front hinge starting to crack but holding well, small tape repair to fisrt page of Psalms, text and woodcut vignettes are very clean.

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        Rheinisches Album. (Deckeltitel) Ein Sammlung der interessantesten Ansichten des Rheins zwischen Mainz, Coblenz, Cöln und Düsseldorf. Vereint mit den Ansichten der Taunus-Bäder Wiesbaden, Ems, Schwalbach und Schlangenbad. Frankfurt, Carl Jügel, 1846. Quer-gr.-8vo. (18,5 : 26 cm). Mit 5 farbig lith. Titeln (1 Gesamt-, 4 Zwischentitel) u. 80 Stahlstichansichten nach J. Dielmann. Farbig lith. Orig.-Pappband; stärker fleckig, bestoßen und beschabt, Rücken überklebt.

      - Rheinisches Album. (Deckeltitel) Ein Sammlung der interessantesten Ansichten des Rheins zwischen Mainz, Coblenz, Cöln und Düsseldorf. Vereint mit den Ansichten der Taunus-Bäder Wiesbaden, Ems, Schwalbach und Schlangenbad. Frankfurt, Carl Jügel, 1846. Quer-gr.-8vo. (18,5 : 26 cm). Mit 5 farbig lith. Titeln (1 Gesamt-, 4 Zwischentitel) u. 80 Stahlstichansichten nach J. Dielmann. Farbig lith. Orig.-Pappband; stärker fleckig, bestoßen und beschabt, Rücken überklebt. Vgl. Schäfke/Bodsch 44 u. 221. - Schönes, umfangreiches Rheinalbum, das mit eigenen Zwischentiteln die Teilalben "Wiesbaden", "Ems", "Schwalbach und Schlangenbad" und "Rhein" enthält. Mit Ansichten von Adolphseck, Andernach, Asmannshausen, Bacharach, Bad Ems (4), Bad Schwalbach (6), Bingen, Bonn, Boppart, Braubach, Dausenau, Düsseldorf, Eltville, Hohenstein, Johannisberg, Kaub, Koblenz (2), Köln, Königswinter, Mainz, Nassau, Niederlahnstein, Oberlahnstein Oberwesel, Rüdesheim, St. Goar, St. Goarshausen, Wellmich, Wiesbaden (11), zahlr. Rheinburgen u.a. - Der erste Schmucktitel rückseitig mir rasiertem Stempel, Lagen etw. gelockert, die farbigen Schutzpapierchen fehlen häufig oder sind unterschiedlich stark beschädigt, die Ansichten minimal gebräunt, aber frei von Stockflecken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Mensch und die Elemente. Dargestellt in Bildern und Erzählungen für die reifere Jugend.

      Dannheimer, Kempten 1846. 2 Bl., 13 altkolorierte Lithographien mit Schutzhemdchen, 142 Seiten. 24,3 : 20,5 cm. Schlichter grünlicher Orig.-Pappband. Einband etwas berieben, Ecken angestoßen. Innen sehr sauber und nahezu fleckenfrei. Insgesamt sehr guter Zustand mit schönen Farbtafeln. - Der Band ist in 3 Kategorien unterteilt: Die Elemente im Dienste der Menschen (Feuer/Wasser/Luft/Erde). Der Kampf des Menschen mit den Elementen . Die entfesselten Elemente. - Erste und wohl einzige Ausgabe dieses bemerkenswert illustrierten Anschauungsbilderbuches. Naturkundliche Schrift in Verbindung mit Tafeln, Sacherklärung und unterhaltsamen Geschichten zu den vier Elementen Feuer, Wasser, Luft und Erde. Gezeigt werden zum jeweiligen Thema und Element entsprechende Szenen: Nutzung der Naturkräfte u.a. durch Mühle, Segelschiff und Lokomotive, dramatische Auswirkungen bei Bränden und Überschwemmungen, nochmals gesteigert im dritten Abschnitt bei Explosionen, Steppenbrand, Lawine, Deichbruch, Vulkan- ausbruch und Erdbeben. - Wegehaupt IV, 1464. Versand D: 8,00 EUR

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        Album de la Plata o colleccion de las Vistas y Costumbres remarcables de esta parte de la America del sur

       Gihaut Freres, Paris, 1846. 65 meist colorierte Lithographien von Ciceri, Sabatier, Hubert-Clerget, G. Muller und Adolfo d`Hastrel, original Halbleder mit goldgeprägtem Titel, Imperial-Folio (51 cm x 36,5 cm) (Kapitale eingerissen/unteres Kapital mit kleinem Ausbruch/gering bestossen) - gutes komplettes Exemplar/good condition with 65 coloured lithographs - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Süd- u. Mittelamerika

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        The Count of Monte Cristo

      Chapman and Hall, London, 1846 The first English edition, published one year after the original French edition. Very good in original boards.Two volumes. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        The Medical Botanist, and Expositor of Diseases and Remedies. in Two Volumes. Volume First - in Six Parts; Volume Second. The Mother's Guide.

      Castile, N.Y.: Published by the Author, 1846. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. First volume fair, second volume good. Significant loss of leather from vol. 1 spine, staining and light foxing throughout vol. 1 with minor pencil notes in front & end matter, vol. 2 moderately foxed throughout, vol. 2 boards rubbed. 1846 Hard Cover. Complete in two volumes. iv, 255, [1]; xi, 111, [1] pp. An important and uncommon work on botanical medicine, the second volume of which is particularly scarce (see below). Hoolihan 685, S-254.4: 'A greatly expanded version of The family medical adviser in which Cobb takes into account various elements of the health reform movement, e.g., dress reform, hydropathy, phrenology, etc. The number of medicinal plants described in the first part has increased to 213 from the 113 provided in his 1828 work. The second volume described on the title-page (The Mother's guide) was apparently never published... This conclusion was proved erroneous when in January 2004 we acquired a copy of the second volume. Cobb begins the Mother's guide with a description 'of those diseases and conditions which afflict females before marriage' and their botanic treatment. He briefly describes the female organs of generation; and although ignoring the act of copulation, describes conception, which he maintains takes place in the ovaries... Cobb is concerned about the transmission of moral and physical characteristics from parents to their children, stressing that 'exercising the reasoning faculties' before conception results in a corresponding 'increased development in the offspring'; just as 'acts of devotion would increase veneration, &c.' He adds, 'it is well understood, that a firm constitution, and a well organized body in parents, are favorable to the health and physical ability of the offspring.' Cobb briefly describes the 'signs of conception'; abortion and miscarriage; and the stages of pregnancy. He devotes considerable attention, however, to labor and its complications. Cobb makes frequent reference to the practice [of] his fellow botanics Thomas Hersey and Elisha Smith, as well as to the obstetrical and gynecological texts of regular school authors such as Thomas Denman, William P. Dewees, Robert Gooch and N.C. Chailly-Honore. Throughout his text Cobb refers the reader to related topics and page numbers in his first volume, indicating that it was off the press (or at least in page proofs) at the time he was writing this second volume.'

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        Album de la Plata o colleccion de las Vistas y Costumbres remarcables de esta parte de la America del sur

      - - gutes komplettes Exemplar/good condition with 65 coloured lithographs - Gewicht in Gramm: 5750 Gihaut Freres, Paris, 1846. 65 meist colorierte Lithographien von Ciceri, Sabatier, Hubert-Clerget, G. Muller und Adolfo d`Hastrel, original Halbleder mit goldgeprägtem Titel, Imperial-Folio (51 cm x 36,5 cm) (Kapitale eingerissen/unteres Kapital mit kleinem Ausbruch/gering bestossen) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manuscript on paper, in English. "Description of Upper California.


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      An original pen & ink drawing by Edward lear, taken from 'A Book of Nonsense,' first published in 1846. This drawing has been examined and fully authenticated as Lear's work by the late Vivien Noakes, the world expert on Edward Lear. The drawing accompanies the limerick, 'There was an old personof Dover.' It is drawn on silk, or possibly fine rag paper, and then laid on paper for support. It was drawn, almost certainly for presentation to friends, and would originally have been part of a group of drawings bound in book form, probably at the time of its making in the early 1860's. There is some staining and browning, but otherwise the drawing is in excellent condition. The drawing is mounted on acid free card and is supplied with a copy of the letter of authentification from Vivien Noakes. Mount sixe: 24.7 x 30.5 cm.Original 'Nonsense' drawings by Lear are exceedingly rare. This item is subject to vat.

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        RACCOLTA DEI PRINCIPALI EDIFICI IDRAULICI eseguiti sul tronco da Milano a Treviglio dell'I. R. Privilegiata Ferdinandea Lombardo-Veneta, pubblicati per cura di già addetto come ingegnere alla costruzione della strada stessa.

      Guglielmini,, Milano, 1846 - album in folio (mm.435x580), leg. cart. edit. Album composto da 34 tavv. raffiguranti i lavori di ingegneria legati all'asse ferroviario in esame, tra cui una bella veduta di Cassano sull'Adda e una carta topogr. della ferrovia fra Milano e Treviglio. Le tavv. all'acquatinta sono inc. da F. Citterio su dis. del Robecchi. Nel ns esempl. manca il front. Dif. al d. Bell'esempl. [276]

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        Le batard de Mauléon

      Alexandre Cadot 1846 - - Alexandre Cadot, Paris 1846_1847, 13x19cm, 9 volumes reliés. - Edition originale rare. Reliures à petits coins en demi basane mouchetée, dos lisses ornés de filets dorés, plats de papier raciné, reliures de l'époque. Un petit manque en coiffe du tome 5,un mouillure en marge des premiers feuillets du tome 9, quelques rousseurs, exemplaire court de marge. Provenance: de la bibliothèque du château du Lac Tegern (Tegernsee), propriété du Prince Charles-Théodore de Bavière (1795-1875). Charles-Théodore de Bavière, fils du premier roi de Bavière Maximilien Ier, était "Generalfeldmarschall" et conseiller privé du roi de Bavière (Tampon "S.K.H.D Prinzen Carl V. Bayern Güter Administration Tegernsee"). Rare exemplaire, de provenance princière, en reliures strictement du temps. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition originale rare. bindings à petits coins en demi basane mouchetée, spine lisses ornés de filets dorés, plats de papier raciné, bindings de l'époque. Quelques rares rousseurs, exemplaire court de marge. Provenance: de la bibliothèque du château du Lac Tegern (Tegernsee), propriété du Prince Charles-Théodore de Bavière (1795-1875). Charles-Théodore de Bavière, fils du premier roi de Bavière Maximilien Ier, était "Generalfeldmarschall" et conseiller privé du roi de Bavière (Tampon "S.K.H.D Prinzen Carl V. Bayern Güter Administration Tegernsee"). Rare exemplaire, de provenance princière, en bindings strictement du temps. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Das Schaltjahr; welches ist der teutsch Kalender mit den Figuren, und hat 366 Tag. 5 Bände [=kplt.].

      Stuttgart, Scheible 1846-1847. Kl.-8°. Pro Bd. zwischen 655 und 740 Seiten, mit zahlreichen Kupfer- bzw. Holzstichen auf (tls. gefalt.) Tafeln und im Text nach Dürer, Amman u. a. Neuere HPergaminbde. mit goldgepr. Titel auf mont. schwarzen Lederrückenschild, goldgepr. Filetten u. Streicheisenverz. auf Rü., Deckelbezug aus braunem Leinen u. umseit. Rotschnitt. Rü. geringf. angestaubt, alle Titelblätter mit Bibl.-Stemp., im Text durchgeh. braunfleckig aber kaum abgegriffen, ersten Ss. von Bd.1 wasserrandig, insges. dekoratives und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. Diesch 3602 - Graesse VI, 297 - Hayn/Gotendorf VII, 123 ff. - MNE II, 202 - Erste Ausgabe, alles Erschienene. Unter den Illustrationen u. a. eine Hexenprobe, Wallensteins Horoskop, ein Zahnarzt, Brillenmacher, Friseur, Bäcker und zahlreiche Totentänze. \"Ein mit einer Menge Curiositäten und Seltenheiten in Wort und Bild schön ausgestattetes Werk, das derjenige, welcher sich mit dem Sammeln culturgeschichtlicher und literarischer Raritäten befasst, nicht wird entbehren können. Es sind die Resultate der Nachforschungen in den ausgezeichnetsten Bibliotheken zur Kunde des deutschen Mittelalters und der Reformation\" (Hayn-Got.). Versand D: 15,00 EUR Kalender, Volkskunde, Literatur

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        British Wild Flowers.

      1846 1846 - 4to, contemporary green half-calf, raised bands red label, rubbed. 60 hand-coloured lithographic plates. A little occasional foxing, but overall internally good. The First Editon with crisp images and a highest quality hand-colouring.

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        Riviere Derwent Pres De Richemont (Ile Van-Diemen)..

      Paris: circa, 1846. Hand coloured lithograph, 190 x 300 mm. Original lithograph from Dumont d'Urville's "Voyage au Pole Sud", showing the Derwent River, in the foreground is a coach-and-four going at full speed, at this time coaches were running between Hobart and New Norfolk. Craig notes that this is one of the first pictures of coaches.Dumont d'Urville's instruction from King Louis-Philippe were to explore the South Pole. Up to this time France had taken no part in Antarctic discovery which had been dominated by the English. Dumont d'Urville left Toulon on September 7, 1837 with two ships, the "Astrolabe" and the "Zelee", on a voyage that was to become dogged by mishap and illness. The official artist Ernest Auguste Goupil died in Hobart whilst the expedition was there in April 1840. Le Breton (1818-1866) who was on the voyage as assistant surgeon, replaced Goupil as official artist as his considerable abilities as an artist had come to the attention of the commander of the expedition. Le Breton resigned from his medical functions in 1848 and transferred to the Department of Maps and Charts in Paris where he remained until his death on 30 August 1866.

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        The illuminated Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments...With marginal readings, references, and chronological dates. Also, the Apocrypha....Embellished with sixteen hundred historical engravings by J.A. Adams, more than fourteen hundred of which are from original designs by J.G. Chapman.

      New York: Harper & Brothers Folio (34 cm, 13.4"). Frontis., add. engr. t.-p., [6], 844, [2], 128, [6], frontis., add. engr. t.-p., [2], 256, 3, [1], 8, 14, 34 pp.; illus.. 1846 When the Harper firm published The Illuminated Bible near the midpoint of the 19th century, the company produced one of the most elaborate and costly American Bibles to that time. O'Callaghan says, "This work was originally announced in 1843, and was issued in 54 numbers at 25 cents each. J.A. Adams, the engraver, is credited with having taken the first electrotype in America from a woodcut. Many in this Bible are so done. Artists were engaged for more than six years in the preparation of the designs and engravings . . . at a cost of over $20,000." The title's use of the word "illuminated" refers not (as usual) to decoration in gold, but both to the huge number of illustrations and to the fact that the half-titles, the title-leaves, and the presentation and birth, death, and marriage leaves are printed using colored inks. Concerning the illustrations, Frank Weitenkampf wrote in The Boston Public Library Quarterly (July, 1958, pp. 154–57): "The engravings after Chapman carefully reproduced the prim line-work method of the Englishman Bewick, introduced here by Alexander Anderson. . . . [T]his Harper publication was a remarkable production for its time and place, and retains its importance in the annals of American book-making. W.J. Linton, noted wood-engraver and author, knew ‘no other book like this, so good, so perfect in all it undertakes.'" Binding, signed: Contemporary red morocco, cover panels deeply beveled, inside bevel framed in wide gilt roll with gilt-stamped corner decorations, spine gilt extra, turn-ins with beautiful, bright gilt rolls. Signed by Cook & Somerville of New York. Provenance: Front cover gilt-stamped "Mary Van Horne Clarkson"; inscriptions of several members of the Van Horne Clarkson family, mostly in New York. Binding as above, joints and extremities rubbed, covers with scrapes and discolorations but gilt still bright; repair to foot of front cover joint (hinged in place with appropriate papers; exterior secured with toned tissue), abraded leather consolidated. As might well be expected of such a massive volume, hinges and joints are tender. Occasional very faint spotting, pages generally clean, with family register leaves unused. Last (index) leaf with tear from inner margin extending into text, repaired with long-fiber tissue and wheat starch paste. => In its signed binding, this is an interesting example of a very impressive production.

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        Seder Hagada Bilshon HaKodesh veIm Perush shel Marathi [= Passover Haggadah in Hebrew with Marathi translation]

      Haim Joseph Hallegua (Chaim Yosef Chaligoa) of Cochin, India., Bombay, India 1846 - Yudlov 895. Yaari 656. Yerushalmi 97-98. Vinograd Bombay 4 Abraham Jemal. Bombay 1846 C.E. Complete. 41 leaves: [5], 1-lamed dalet, [1], lamed hey. Lithographic printing. Seder Hagada bilshon HaKodesh veIm perush shel Marathi. [= Passover Haggadah in Hebrew with Marathi translation] Translated into Marathi and published by Haim Joseph Hallegua. (Chaim Yosef Chaligoa) of Cochin, India. Passover Haggadah for the Bene Israel community in India. This is the first printed Indian Haggadah, the first illustrated Indian Haggadah; the first Haggada in Marathi, and the first Haggadah according to the traditions of the Bene Israel community. Hebrew and Marathi on facing pages. The depiction of Moshe and Aharon on the title page is based on the illustration in the Amsterdam 1712 edition. With 13 vignettes depicting the 13 simanim, the stages, of the seder, "kadesh", "urchatz" etc. The final illustration displays the constituent ritual elements of the Seder plate, all represented in a distinctly Indian style. The Marathi speaking Jews of India known as the Bene Israel ("Children of Israel) had for millennia maintained the basic elements of Judaism (circumcision, dietary laws, the Sabbath, certain fasts and festivals, and the recitation of Shema Yisrael), despite their near-total isolation from the rest of world Jewry. When they began to settle in Bombay toward the end of the eighteenth century, their first encounter with normative Judaism occurred through contact with the Cochin Jews of the Malabar coast. Eager now to assimilate the many elements of postbiblical rabbinic Judaism that had been lost to them, they built their first synagogue in Bombay in 1796. The subsequent arrival in the city of Jews from Cochin and from the oriental countries enriched their opportunities for Jewish learning and stimulated a religious revival of which the Haggadah of 1846 is but one example. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Système des contradictions économiques, ou philosophie de la misère.

      chez Guillaumin et Cie., Paris 1846 - 2 vol. in-8 de (4)-XLIII-435-(1) pp. ; (4)-531-(1) pp., demi-basane brune, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale de l'oeuvre majeure de Proudhon. Karl Marx a réagi vivement et sévèrement à cet écrit en publiant dès 1847 sa fameuse réponse : Misère de la philosophie. Très bon exemplaire malgré quelques rousseurs ; dos passés. Kress, C69440 : Nettlau, 18 ; Goldsmiths, 34909. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Published by William Pickering, 1846. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Good condition with no wrapper. Cream boards and spine. 197 pages plus publication list to rear. Covers are grubby, corners worn and edges rubbed. Spine has been professionally replaced with cream board (black titles). Front free-endpaper professionally replaced with a name and date in ink to this page (1904). Name in ink to top margin of title-page. Foxing to contents and some slight damage to the rear endpapers/front pastedown. Overall this is a very decent copy of this scarce antiquarian children's book. [R]

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        Egypt and Nubia.


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        Farmer's account book and diary, 1846-1856 / Fred Robert Wootten

      1846-1856, 1846, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First Edition. Fair to good copy in the original vellum-covered boards. Age-toned and worn, with some surface loss. Farmer's name on spine and front cover. Pages dust-toned with some scattered spots of foxing. Remains quite well-preserved. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; A rare and original 19th century farmer's account book and diary. Unpaginated, 16 x 10 cm. Contents include handwritten entries regarding farm management and accounts. The dates range from 1846-1856. About 1/3 of the book is filled with entries. Some pages are loose. Includes one page that looks like the end of a letter and signed "Fred Robert Wootten, Comberton, Cambridgeshire." One entry reads "My dear sister Hannah Wootten died aged 18 years ... buried in Comberton Churchyard, February 5th 1847." Subjects: Farming -- Agriculture -- 19th century -- History -- Local history -- Comberton, Cambridgeshire -- Sources -- Diaries -- Wootten family history -- Genealogy -- Ancestry. 1 pp. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 220274.

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        STORIES FROM THE ITALIAN POETS: With Lives of the Writers

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1846. First Edition. Octavo. In two volumes, 417pp., 515pp. half-titles in both volumes, beautifully bound by Zaehnsdorf in full tan polished calf, raised bands with compartments fully gilt decorated in a floral motif, red and green morocco labels and top edges gilt, marbled endpapers, bookplate of Stevart Davis, minor foxing to endsheets. A fine and beautiful set lacking ads at rear.

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        Psyche. Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Seele. VIII, 493 S., 1 Bl. Mit gestoch. Portr. nach Ernst Rietschel. Schöner dunkelgrüner Halbmaroquinbd d. Z. auf 5 Bünden mit Rückenschild, reicher Rückenvergoldung und -blindprägung. Marmorpapiervorsätze.

      Pforzheim, Flammer und Hoffmann, 1846. - Erste Ausgabe des psychologischen Hauptwerks. "In diesem umfangreichen Buch sind die wichtigsten Theorien der Romantiker zur Lehre und Metaphysik der Seele bewahrt und durch die eigenständige Konzeption des Verfassers, die Goethes Ideen weiterzuentwickeln sucht, zu einem systematischen Ganzen zusammengefügt. Schon der erste Satz . formuliert, was der bleibende Beitrag des Autors zur Psychologie ist: 'Der Schlüssel zur Erkenntnis vom Wesen des bewußten Seelenlebens liegt in der Region des Unbewußten'" (KNLL 3, S. 672). – Porträt und letztes Blatt Druckfehler auf der Rückseite zum Deckel hin stockfleckig, sonst sehr schönes und frisches Exemplar. – Ziegenfuß I 174. Borst 2199. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manuscript on paper, in English. "Description of Upper California.

      [Monterey? Folio (31 cm; 12.25"). [14] ff. (2 ff. wrappers, 2 ff. blanks, 10 ff. of text).. ca. 1846] The original manuscript of this 1828 report by José Bandini resides in the National Archive of Mexico and a near contemporary copy rests in the Cowan Collection of the Bancroft Library; both, of course, are in Spanish. Bandini, a native of Andulacia, Spain, who settled in California in about 1818, was a cultured, well-educated, and forward-thinking leader of the Californios, and he seems to have prepared his well-written and detailed essay for the new republican authorities in Mexico City in hopes of convincing them to aid the territory to grow and prosper, to the benefit of the Californios and the Mexican nation as well. He was also the father of Juan Bandini, of whom more later. The cataloguer at the Bancroft Library describes their Spanish-language manuscript copy in these terms: "Draft of report describing Alta California, its government, presidios, missions, Indians, settlements, ports, trade, roads, revenue, flora and fauna, and topography. With recommendations for its future development, notably the opening of the port of => San Diego to foreign vessels." The contents are clearly the same in this present translation, which was made probably between 1838 and 1846 from one of a few Spanish-language manuscript copies of the Bandini report that circulated in California in the 1830s and 1840s. Who made the translation is not known, but it is highly likely that it was made for Thomas Larkin (1802–58), an early-arrived American settler in Alta California (April 1832), a signer of the original California constitution, and the first and only U.S consul to the California Republic. The information in Bandini's report would have been powerful ammunition in Larkin's reports to Washington encouraging American interest in California and its settlement by Anglo-Americans. Despite the importance of the information contained in Bandini's account of California in the period to ca. 1830, it remained unpublished until 1951, when the Friends of the Bancroft Library published a transcription of the Spanish and a translation into English. => This present translation remains unpublished still. Curiously, while Hubert Howe Bancroft was able to track down and acquired the manuscript history of California written by José Bandini's son Juan ("Apuntes para la historia de la Alta California desde el ano de su fundacion en 1769 hasta el ano de 1845"), he betrays no knowledge in his own history of California of José's work. Provenance: The Pacific School of Religion (properly released). Written in a clear secretarial hand on wove paper watermarked "Casa de Vall," using sepia ink, now faded but evenly so and still readable. Outer wrappers tattered and bug-stained. Document folded three times as to fit in a a pigeonhole storage box; paper somewhat relaxed and flattening, but still notably wavy. Now in a quarter blue morocco clamshell case.

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        The Analysis of the Hunting Field; Being a Series of Sketches of the Principal Characters that Compose one. The whole being a slight Souvenir of the Season, 1845-6. With Numerous Illustrations, by H. Alken

      by [Cook and Co. for] Rudolph Ackermann, London 1846 - Engraved frontispiece, title and five plates after Alken, all with original hand-colouring, and 43 wood engravings in the text. [249 x 155 x 29 mm]. [4]ff, 326pp. Bound in contemporary half red calf, marbled paper sides, the spine divided into six panels with gilt and blind pallets, lettered in the second on a green label, the others tooled with a hunting trophy, marbled endleaves and edges. (A little rubbed). Some light foxing or browning, and the plates are rather browned (though the hand-colouring is still bright). A good copy in an attractive binding. Bookplate of Oliver Collett. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Adventures of an Officer in the Punjaub

      Londn: Henry Colburn, 1846. Second. Half Leather. VG+. Author was political agent in charge of British relations with Lahore. 2 vol 287 pp, frontis and 262 pp. Half leather binding over marbled boards, contrasting colored gilt stamped spine labels. Recent end papers. Internally nice and also leather showing very, very little wear.

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        Système des contradictions économiques, ou philosophie de la misère.

      chez Guillaumin et Cie., Paris 1846 - 2 vol. in-8 de (4)-XLIII-435-(1) pp. ; (4)-531-(1) pp., demi-veau brun, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (reliure à l'imitation). Edition originale de l'oeuvre majeure de Proudhon. Karl Marx a réagi vivement et sévèrement à cet écrit en publiant dès 1847 sa fameuse réponse : Misère de la philosophie. Très bon exemplaire. Kress, C69440 : Nettlau, 18 ; Goldsmiths, 34909. [Attributes: First Edition]

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