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      Imprimerie de Bourgogne et Martinet. 1846 - Paris. Victor Masson. 1846. 30X25. Cartoné. 20 bellas planchas litograficas en color y B/N. Papel de cebolla. Atlas. polilla leve. Ref 6.6 Biblioteca NAK. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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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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        Peru (in 2 Bänden), Reiseskizzen aus den Jahren 1838 - 1842,

      St. Gallen, Scheitlin & Zollikofer, 1846. 2 Bände, Mit wenigen Abbildungen im Text, XII, 346 (1); VI, 402 Seiten, 8°, braunes OHldr mit reicher Goldprägung des Buchrückens, ORDENTLICHE EXEMPLARE DIESES SELTENEN TITELS, die Falze des Buchrückens des Band 1 restauriert. Schönes Exlibris im Innendeckel (von Dr. S. Grf. Pückler-Limpurg) Engelmann I, 228; Henze V, 357 f. - Tschudi widmete seinen vierjährigen Peru-Aufenthalt (1838 - 42) der Zoologie und Landesgeschichte. \"Frei von romantischen Anwandlungen wird er der unbestechlichste Zeitzeuge seines Reisegebietes\" (Henze) Versand D: 5,00 EUR GR 39190, i

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat im Baldreit]
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        Peru. Reiseskizzen aus den Jahren 1838-1842.

      St. Gallen, Verlag Scheitlin und Zollikofer 1846; EA; 2 Bände in 1; ca 21x14 cm; XII, 346 (2) Seiten mit 2 Tabellen; VI, 402 (8) Seiten mit 13 Textholzschnitten; dekorativer Halbledereinband d. Zt. mit Rückentitel und Rückenvergoldung (durchgehend leicht stockfleckig; schönes Exemplar)Versand D: 5,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien]
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        Daguerreotype Portrait of Baltus Stone

      [Philadelphia] 1846 - He Fought with George Washington: Amazing Daguerreotype of a Revolutionary Soldier born in the 1740s. Hand-tinted quarter plate daguerreotype, blue paper mat, cased, contemporary manuscript laid over the case lining stating: “Baltus Stone, Revolutionary Pensioner of the United States. Born October 1744. Signed his receipt for his Pension at the Philadelphia agency by making his mark. March 5, 1846. Aged about 101 ½ Years.” This remarkable portrait of Revolutionary War veteran Baltus Stone is one of the very few daguerreotypes of a person who had lived in colonial America. Few Americans born before 1750 had their likenesses captured by the new medium of photography, which came to America in 1839. The precise date of Stone’s birth is uncertain. The inscription in this case gives it as 1744, while his obituary gives the year 1743. Stone’s pension application of 1820 states that he was then sixty-six, suggesting a birth year of 1754. The Copes-Bissett family Bible, which records the family of Stone’s presumed daughter Hannah, gives the year 1747. In any event, Baltus Stone is one of the very earliest-born people to be photographed. The earliest competitor we have seen cited is a John Adams born in Worcester in 1745. Maureen Taylor’s The Last Muster: Images of The Revolutionary War Generation (2010) reproduces portraits of only two men born as early as that decade, in 1746 and circa 1749. Another candidate is the African-American slave Caesar, with an uncorroborated birth year of 1737, whose daguerreotype is in the collection of The New-York Historical Society. Stone died just months after sitting for this daguerreotype. His October 1846 obituary states: ‘The venerable Baltis [sic] Stone, well known in Southward [presumably Southwark, South Philadelphia] as the oldest inhabitant, & a veteran of Revolutionary times, died on Thu. Last. At an early age the dec’d entered the army as a rifleman, along with his father, who sealed his devotion for his adopted country with his life’s blood. Baltis Stone was with Washington in every campaign of the Revolutionary struggle, & witnessed the battles of Bunker Hill, Trenton, Germantown, Red Bank, & others, & yet escaped without receiving a wound. He has received a pension from Gov’t, as a reward for these services, for many years. He was 103 years & 16 days old at his death. He was able to walk, supported by his staff, until within a few months past” (National Intelligencer, 27 October 1846). Stone’s official pension file reveals the obituary’s embellishments. According to that file, Stone enlisted as a private in the Pennsylvania Rifle Regiment. He saw action in the Battle of Long Island (August 1776). Captured by the British, he was freed in an exchange at the end of his enlistment period. By late 1777 Stone had reenlisted as a wagoner—possibly with Philadelphia’s First Battalion, City Militia—and subsequently saw action at Brandywine (September 1777) and Germantown (October 1777). Stone first applied for a veteran’s pension in June 1818, after the passage of the Act to Provide for Certain Persons Engaged in the Land and Naval Service of the United States in the Revolutionary War. Stone was apparently required to reapply for his $8 per month pension in 1820, as the file also contains a deposition from that year. Stone declared at that time, “I have no property of any description, am by occupation a day labourer, but from decrepitude and general infirmity am unable to labour. I have one daughter married with whom I reside and I am in such indigent circumstances as to be unable to support myself without the assistance of my country.” This tremendous daguerreotype of an ancient Revolutionary War veteran virtually transports us to another era in the nation’s history, before the United States of America even existed.

      [Bookseller: 19th Century Rare Book & Photograph Shop]
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        Geschäftsbericht [Geschäfts-Bericht] der Direction der [Kurfürst] Friedrich-Wilhelms-Nordbahn (ab 1866: Bericht über die Betriebsverwaltung der Hessischen Nordbahn). 23 Geschäftsberichte für die Jahre 1844 (Gründungsjahr) bis 1867.

      Theodor Fischer (später Baier & Lewalter) Cassel 1846-1868. 23 Jahrgänge, gebunden in 4 Bänden, je Bericht ca. 60 S. mit zahlreichen gefalteten Anlagen, die ersten 4 Berichte in 8°, die späteren in 4°, sauber und fachmännisch neu eingebunden in marmorierte Pappbände, der erste Band mit durchgehendem alten Wasserrand, einige wenige Seiten mit Randläsuren ohne Textverlust, Papier teils etwas fleckig, ansonsten ordentlich erhalten, [Deatillierte und umfassende wirtschaftsgeschichtliche Quelle aus der Frühzeit der hessischen Eisenbahn. Die zahlreichen gefalteten Anlagen enthalten sehr genaue wirtschaftliche Daten, z.B. für 1865 unter anderem: Zusammenstellung der Gesamteinnahme aus dem Personen-, Passagiergepäck-, Hunde-, Equipagentransport nach Monaten. Zusammenstellung der Gesamteinnahme aus dem Güterverkehr nach Monaten. Tabellarische Übersicht der im Local-Verkehr verkauften Personenbillets nach Stationen und Monaten. Tabellarische Übersicht der Personenbeförderung im directen Verkehr mit anderen Bahnen nach Stationen und Monaten. Übersicht des Güterverkehrs auf der Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelms Nordbahn nach Abgangs- und Bestimmungsorten. Nachweisung über die Leistungen, den Materialverbrauch und die Reparaturkosten der Locomotiven. Zusammenstellung der vorhandenen Personen-, Gepäck- und Güterwagen mit ihren Leistungen und Reparaturkosten. Übersicht der Beamten und der im Jahre 1865 beschäftigt gewesenen Arbeiter. / Der erste Bericht enthält u.a. Angaben zu: Vorarbeiten, Bahnproject, Beschreibung der Bahnlinie, Carlshafer Zweigbahn, Einteilung der Bahnlinie in Sectionen und Stationen, Grunderwerb, Art der Ausführung der Arbeiten, Oberbau; außerdem enthält der erste Band einen(mehrfach gefalteten) \"Situationsplan und Längenprofil der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Nordbahn von der Königl. Preußischen Grenze bei Haueda bis zur Grhrzgl. Sachs. Weimarschen Grenze bei Gerstungen nebst der Carlsbahn von Hümme bis Carlshafen\" sowie eine tabellarische Übersicht über Erdbewegung, Kunst-Bauten und Zubehör der Bahn und Schienenweg.] Sehr selten. Versand D: 4,90 EUR hessische Eisenbahn, Hessen, Frühzeit, Eisenbahnbau, Bahn, Zugverkehr, Friedrich Wilhelm,

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hagena & Schulte GbR]
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        Das Wesen und Treiben der Gauner, Diebe und Betrüger Deutschlands nebst Angabe von Maaßregeln, sich gegen Raub, Diebstahl und Betrug zu schützen und einem Wörterbuche der Diebessprache.

      Leipzig, Schmidt 1846.VIII, 175 S. HLwd. d. Zt. Huelke - E. 1881; Ave - Lallement I, 267; Wagner, Die Litteratur der Gauner - und Geheim - Sprachen 65. - Erste Ausgabe. - S. 141 - 174 mit dem ?Wörterbuch der Diebes - Sprache?; S. 175 mit dem ?Verzeichniß einiger Judennamen?. - Teilweise etwas stärker stockfleckig. Bitte um Beachtung: Wir sind bis einschließlich 14.01.2016 im Urlaub, der Versand Ihrer Bestellung erfolgt am 15.01. - Please note: Until Jan. 14th we are on holidays, ordered items will be mailed at Jan. 15th. Bücher de

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        La mare au diable.

      Paris, Desessart, éditeur 1846 - In-8 de 308 pp. ; 310 pp. (mal chif. 306), (1) f. Demi-vélin à coins, plats de papier marbré, dos lisses ornés de filets dorés, pièces de titre en maroquin rouge, de tomaison en maroquin citron, quelques rares piqures. Reliure de l’époque. 205 X 129 mm. EDITION ORIGINALE « rare et très recherchée » (Clouzot) DE « La mare au diable », L’UN DES PREMIERS ROMANS DE GEORGES SAND, Clouzot, 244 ; Carteret, II, 312 ; Vicaire, VII, 225 ; Talvart, ; Rahir, Bibliothèque de l’amateur, 641 ; Le Romantisme, Bibliothèque Nationale, 1930, n°193 ; Picot, Livres du Baron J. de Rothschild, II, 1636. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget]
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        Island of PHILAE on the nile [Showing the Temple Compound at Sunset, Being an Original Hand-Coloured Lithograph From] THE HOLY LAND, SYRIA, IDUMEA, ARABIA, EGYPT AND NUBIA

      London: F.G. Moon and Co., 1846. From the Standard Folio First Edition, limited to 500 sets only. A single original hand-coloured lithographic plate drawn on stone by Louis Haghe after David Roberts' paintings done on location in 1838. Printed on a half folio sheet 17" x 15", the captioned image, is 14" x 10", now presented in cream mounting boards 21" x 17" glazed behind clear mylar. Beautifully hand-coloured to the highest standards of the time. An example in excellent condition, clean, fresh, beautifully preserved. FROM One of the most desirable of all travel and COLOURplate books. A very beautiful image of the the Island of Philae from the Nile at Sunset. In the foreground are reeds and a sailboat, behind which can be seen in near silhouette the Temple of Isis on the island. Philae was accounted to be one of the burying-places of Osiris, and was held in high reverence both by the Egyptians to the north and the Nubians to the south. It was deemed profane for any but priests to dwell there and was accordingly sequestered and denominated "the Unapproachable." This is a view now un-viewable to modern eyes. Due to decades of constant flooding of Philae after the construction of the Aswan Low Dam every building was dismantled into about 40,000 units, and then transported to higher ground on the nearby island of Agilkia. The project was completed in time for the 1970 construction of the the Aswan High Dam. We have a good number of impressive images from the Standard Folio Edition of this classic work available for purchase. As well as many views of Egypt we also have available, views of Nubia, Petra, Sinai, the Jordan, Tyre, Sidon and Baalbec. Please inquire for further details. In the course of two and a half months in 1838, traveling some 800 miles south from Cairo, Roberts recorded the monumental temple sites along the Nile in more than a hundred sketches. As the first British artist to sketch the monuments of Ancient Egypt, set on "Plains so vast...that, until you come near them, you have no idea of their magnificence," Roberts was well aware of the stir his drawings would create in London. According to John Ruskin, writing in PRAETERITA, Roberts's drawings "were the first studies ever made conscientiously by an English painter, not to exhibit his own skill, but to give true portraiture of scenes of historical and religious interest.

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.]
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        Les Gens de Justice. No. 22. 'Il defend l'orphelin et la veuve, a moins pourtant qu'il n'attaque la veuve et l'orphelin.

      Printed by Aubert & Cie 198 x 245mm image size. DELTEIL. Daumier 1358. The Daumier Register describes the print as rare 1846 - Lithograph, Second State, published in 'Le Charivari' by Aubert & Cie, 1 September 1846, a little spotting,

      [Bookseller: R.G. Watkins Books and Prints]
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        Charles Dickens offers a dramatic quote from The Old Curiosity Shop on the death of Nell Trent

      n.p., May 29, 1846. 3.5" x 4.5". "Autograph Quotation Signed, ""Charles Dickens,"" 1 page, 3.5"" x 4.5"", [n.p.], May 29, 1846. Light horizontal fold, mounted to a 5.5"" x 5"" sheet, overall fine.A superb quote from his 1841 novel, The Old Curiosity Shop, on the demise of central character, Nell Trent: ""'Dear gentle, patient, noble Nell was dead!'?""" Dickens accomplished this quote only two days before he departed England with his family for an extended trip in Switzerland, where he would begin work on Dombey and Son (1846-48). Dickens quotes from major works are very scarce. The death of little Nell is considered to be among the most important death scenes in all of Victorian literature. A similar quote exists on the market priced at $25,000!"

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        DESIRABODE (Antoine Malagou) et ses FILS

      1846 1160 - Paris, Labé, 1846, , 2 forts volumes in-8 de (4), XXVIII et 372 pages ; et de II. (3), de [373] à 839 et (1) pages, chagrin rouge de l'époque, dos à 4 faux-nerfs, filets à froid et dorés sur les plats, tranches dorées, Seconde édition de cet ouvrage peu commun qui se termine par une imposante bibliographie chronologique du sujet. La première édition avait paru en 1873. Désirabode est certainement l'un des premiers à démontrer le rôle des composés fluorés dans la prévention des caries. Cet ouvrage est l'un des traités majeurs de la dentisterie du temps. L'auteur y présente en outre plusieurs instruments dont il est l'inventeur. Poletti, 56. Riche exemplaire, bien relié, à l'époque, portant un envoi signé de l'auteur "A son Altesse monseigneur Alexandre primo, Duc de Gonzague et de Mantoue". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Blick zur Jungfrau im Berner Oberland.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift, mit Deckweiß gehöht, auf bräunlichem Papier. Rechts unten signiert und datiert „Peter Burnitz 1846", links unten bezeichnet "Jungfrau". 20,6:26 cm. Verso an den Ecken Reste alter Verklebungen, vertikale Knickfalte. Provenienz: Sammlung Michael Linel, Frankfurt a.M., gest. 1892, Nr. 317 (Katalog der Stadtbibliothek Frankfurt am Main, Abtlg. Frankfurt, II, Seite 350) Sehr frühe Zeichnung von Burnitz aus der Zeit bevor er sich endgültig entschloß, seinen künstlerischen Neigungen zu folgen und Maler zu werden.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Bibliotheque des mémoires relatifs a l'histoire de France pendant le 18me siècle.

      Didot, Paris, 1846 - 12 Bände. Paris, Didot 1846-1848. 17,6 x 11,3 cm. Je Band ca. 450 bis 500 Seiten. Rote Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldenen Rückentiteln und reicher Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Vorsätzen (Buchbinderei Habenicht in Wien). Kanten teils etwas berieben, Rücken teils ein wenig fleckig und bei Band 1 oben ein wenig abgegriffen. Exlibris auf Vorsätzen. Schönes, sehr dekoratives Exemplar dieser Biographiensammlung in erster Ausgabe. Inhalt: 1: Mémoires de Mme. de Staal Delaunay, de M. le Marquis d'Argenson et de Madame Mére du Régent. 2: Duclos, Mémoires secrets sur le Régne de Louis XIV, la Régence et le Régne de Louis XV. 3: Mémoires de Madame du Hausset, Femme de Chambre de Madame de Pompadour, et extrait des Mémoires historiques et littéraires de Bachaumont, de l'Année 1762 a l'Année 1782. 4: Mémoires du Baron de Besenval. Collé. La Vérité dans le Vin, ou les Desagréments de la Galanterie, Comédie. 5: Mémoires de Marmontel, Secrétaire perpétuel de l'Académie Française. 6: Mémoires de Mlle. Clairon, de Lekain, de Préville, de Dazincourt, de Molé, de Garrick, de Goldoni. 7: Mémoires de Weber, Frére de Lait de Marie-Antoinette, Reine de France. 8: Mémoires particuliers de Mme. Rolland suivis des Notices historiques sur la Révolution, du Portrait et Anecdotes et des dernièrs Écrits et dernières pensées, par la même. 9: Mémoires de Cléry, de M. le Duc de Montpensier, de Riouffe. 10: Mémoires sur la Vie de Marie-Antoinette, Reine de France et de Navarre; suivis de Souvenirs et Anecdotes historiques sur les Régnes de Louis XIV, de Louis XV et de Louis XVI, par Mme Campan, Lectrice de Mesdames, première Femme de Chambre de la Reine. 11: Mémoires du Général Dumouriez. 12: Suite des Mémoires du Général Dumouriez, Mémoires de Louvet et Mémoires pour servir a l'Histoire de la Convention nationale, par Daunou. Sprache: Französisch Kanten teils etwas berieben, Rücken teils ein wenig fleckig und bei Band 1 oben ein wenig abgegriffen. Exlibris auf Vorsätzen. Rote Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldenen Rückentiteln und reicher Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Vorsätzen (Buchbinderei Habenicht in Wien).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Roland Gögler]
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        Kniestück eines weiblichen Aktes, sitzend nach rechts, mit nach links gewandtem Kopf.

      - Rotbraune und etwas rote Kreide, weiß gehöht, auf grauem Velin, rechts unten signiert „Jef Codron". Ca. 43,5:30,5 cm. Etwas fleckig, der Unterrand ungleich beschnitten. Der belgische Maler Codron besuchte die Brüsseler Kunstakademie bei I. Verheyden (1846-1905), J. Stallaert (1825-1903) und H.J.J. Richir (1866-1942).

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        Politisches Taschenbuch Für Das Deutsche Volk.

      Literarische Anstalt (J. Rütten), Frankfurt 1846 1. Auflage Dieser Ausgabe Goldgeprägtes Halbleder Ordentlich ERSTER JAHRGANG = ALLES ERSCHIENENE. Sehr ordentlicher, fester, marmorierter Halbleder-/ Hartkarton-Einband mit Lederecken, vier Bündchen. Gut erhaltener Halblederrücken mit sowohl Gold- als auch Blindprägung, dieser vom Buchbinder fachmännisch verstärkt. Vorbesitzerexlibris u. diskrete Marginalien auf Vorsatzblatt. Buchblock erfreulich gut, 2 Seiten gering fleckig, ansonsten durchgehend sauber, VII, 366 Seiten, 1 Bl. Alle Beiträge v. Struve, dieser und Hecker Leiter des Aprilaufstandes Südbaden. Linker Publizist programmatische Artikel, polemische Essays, \" Lieder eines Gefangenen \" - geschrieben während Haft in Mannheim, Haft wegen \" Briefe über Staat u. Kirche \" Hier \" \" Leitende Artikel \" - Parteien, Liberalismus Royalismus, politische Verhältnisse, Rechtsverhältnisse, Staatsverfassung etc. \" Lebensbilder \" - Theologen, Juristen, Philosophen (auch Censor - Polizeimann - Camarilla). \" Lieder des Gefangenen \" - Lyrik - politisch, in brünstig, wehmütig. Ein Blatt Verlagsanzeigen, insgesamt ein sehr schönes Exemplar. Gustav von Struve (1805 - 1870), deutscher Politiker, Rechtsanwalt, Publizist und radikaldemokratischer Revolutionär während der Märzrevolution von 1848/1849 im Großherzogtum Baden. 0,3 Kg. 11,5 x 17 Cm. Versand D: 5,50 EUR VORMÄRZ DEUTSCHE REVOLUTION 1848 POLITIK GESCHICHTE 19. JAHRHUNDERT POLIZEISTAAT RECHTSSTAAT BUNDESRECHT ZUNFTGEIT POLITISCHE PARTEIEN SPIESSBÜRGERTUM VATERLAND POLEMIK

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        Schleswig Holstein. Hamburg, Verlags-Comptoir, um 1846. 24 Stahlstichtafeln von Poppel nach Kurz . Qu.-8°. Lose in lithogr. OKart.-Mappe (leichte Randläsionen).

       1846 Ansichten aus Biernatzki, H. Schleswig-Holstein: Altona, Apenrade, Rendsburg, Plön, Eutin, Kiel (4), Kappeln, Schleswig, Flensburg u.v.a., jeweils mit floraler Bordüre. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Geschichte der Insel Hayti?und ihres Negerstaats (2 Bände in 1).

      Leipzig, Jurany, 1846/49. - Mit 1 lithographischen Tafel, VI, 1 Blatt, 414 Seiten; 1 Blatt, 158 Seiten, Halbledereinband der Zeit, 22,5 x 14,5 cm, Einband etwas berieben, Ecken bestossen, Rückengelenk oben und unten mit kleinen reparierten Einrissen, innen teils etwas stockfleckig. Umfangreiche und frühe deutschsprachige Geschichte Haitis, seiner Unabhängigkeitskriege und Revolutionen.

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        Comprehensive Collection of Iowa Territorial Laws, 1839 - 1846]

      Dubuque, Burlington, and Iowa City 1846 - Nine volumes, publication details and pagination in the listing below. Uniform 20th-century buckram, gilt leather labels. Minor shelf wear, some chipping to labels. Small ink library stamp and ink ownership inscriptions on titlepages, all but one volume trimmed close, minor marginal staining to a few volumes, light foxing. A comprehensive run of Iowa territorial printings including the extra sessions for July 1840 and June 1844. Iowa was admitted as a state in December 1846. The "Statute Laws of 1839" is an important title, as it is the first legal work printed in Iowa. The works included here are as follows: 1) The Statute Laws of the Territory of Iowa, Enacted at the First Session of the Legislative Assembly of said Territory, Held at Burlington, A.D. 1838-'39. Dubuque: Russell & Reeves, Printers, 1839. [2],597,[1]pp. Small triangular hole in the titlepage and following leaf, some tiny tape repairs to the next dozen leaves. This is essentially the first legal code for Iowa and the Nebraska, Dakota, and Montana territories. Issued as the first collected Iowa laws, it became famous as "Old Blue Book," which was adopted to serve for many years as the law of all the country west of the Missouri to the Rocky Mountains between the 42nd and 45th parallels. Included is the Northwest Ordinance, the act to establish the territorial government of Iowa, and other resolutions and acts of the Territory. This was the second book printed in Iowa Territory, preceded only by a volume of the Wisconsin legislature, printed in Burlington in 1838, when that legislature was forced to temporarily relocate. "The famous 'Old blue book,' which was for many years the law of all the country west of the Rocky Mountains between the forty-second and forty-ninth parallels of latitude" - Eberstadt. A seminal frontier American law book. Eberstadt 111:297; Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.19; LC, Iowa Centennial Exhibition 122; Sabin 35020. 2) Laws of the Territory of Iowa, Enacted at the Session of the Legislature Commencing on the First Monday of October, A.D. 1839. Burlington: J.H. M'Kenny, 1840. 187pp. Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.19; Rosenbach 11:30A. 3) Laws of the Territory of Iowa, Passed at the Extra Session of the Legislative Assembly, Begun and Held in the City of Burlington on the First Monday in July in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty. Burlington: Printed by J.H. M'Kenny, 1840. 63pp. Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.20; Rosenbach 11:30B. 4) Laws of the Territory of Iowa, Enacted at the Session of the Legislature which Commenced on the First Monday of November, A.D. 1840. Burlington: John H. M'Kenny, 1840-41. 135pp. Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.20; Rosenbach 11:30C. 5) Laws of the Territory of Iowa, Enacted at the Session of the Legislature which Commenced on the First Monday of December, A.D. 1841. Iowa City: Van Antwerp & Hughes, 1841-42. 150pp. Small tape repair to bottom corner of the titlepage, foredge trimmed close. Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.20; Rosenbach 11:30D. 6) Laws of Iowa, Passed at the Session of the Legislative Assembly which Commenced on the 4th day of December, 1843. Burlington: James Clarke, 1844. xi,227pp. Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.21. 7) Laws of Iowa, Passed at the Extra Session of the Legislative Assembly which Commenced on the 17th day of June, 1844.Also, the Laws of the Regular Session, which Commenced on the 5th day of May, 1845. Iowa City: Williams and Palmer, 1845. viii,13,[1]pp. Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.22. 8) Laws of Iowa, Passed at the Session of the Legislative Assembly which Commenced on the 5th day of May, 1845. Iowa City: Williams and Palmer, 1845. [2],[19]-159pp. Issued with the extra session laws just above, but bound separately here. Fitzpatrick, Iowa Territorial Documents , p.22. 9) Laws of Iowa, Passed at the Annual Session of the Legislative Assembly which Commenced on the First [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Das Ganze der Angelfischerei und ihrer Geheimnisse, oder vollständige Anleitung die Angelfischerei mit dem glücklichsten Erfolge zu betreiben, die Fische durch Lockspeise aus der Ferne herbeizulocken, sie mit passendem Köder an der Angel oder... - ...nebst Belehrungen über die Laichzeit, Aufbewahrung und Versendung der Fische, Enthüllung der Fischfang-Geheimnisse und Anfertigung des sogenannten englischen Grases, wie auch Krebse auf verschiedene, meist sehr belustigende Art zu fangen. Nach Prüfung der englischen,.... begründet und herausgegeben von einem rheinischen Dillitannten.

      Quedlinburg, Ernstsche Buchhandlung, 1846. 1. Aufl. XVI, 164 Seiten mit einer lithographischen Abbildung, 8°, Leinen- Hardcover/Pappeinband, Einband berieben und angestaubt, Rücken mit leichtem Wurmfrass, etwas fingerfleckig, ansonst guter und sauberer Zustand, aus der Sammlung Dr.Stölzle Nr.125. Am Titel sind zwei Abbildungen angegeben, wobei sich die zweite Abbildung auf dem hier nicht vorhanden Originalen Broschüren Umschlag befand.

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        A Booke of Christmas Carols, Illuminated From Ancient Manuscripts in the British Museum.

      London: Henry Bohn, [1846] Cundall's first illuminated edition. This book was reissued by Bohn with the original sheets when he took over the business after Cundall's financial failure. Chromolithographic boards skillfully rebacked in modern cloth with half of the original backstrip laid down. All edges gilt. . Small octavo. Sixteen leaves, including a frontispiece and three full-page illuminations; each page features an illuminated border. Color-printed by M. and N. Hanhart with borders by Brandard. Type by Charles Whittingham, on thick cards. Binding extremities lightly rubbed with some minor wear and slight soiling to boards. Light foxing and light browning. A very good, bright copy of a fragile book. According to McLean's Victorian Book Design, "In 1845, a notable example of illuminated printing was published by Joseph Cundall. This was a Booke of Christmas Carols [...] the text was overprinted, in Old Face, by Whittingham at the Chiswick Press. It was issued in a variety of decorative bindings [...] including embossed and colour-printed white paper on boards [...] Cundall published several more small illuminated books, including The Creed, The Lord's Prayer and the Ten Commandments (1848), and Words of Truth or Wisdom (1848)..." (p. 90-91).

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        Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life. During a Four Months? Residence in a Valley of the Marquesas.

      New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1846. First edition. Octavo, bound in half morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, titles and tooling to the spine in gilt. In very good condition with some staining to the page edges, page 11 with a small piece missing. Melville's first and most popular novel during his lifetime, Typee is a provocative and lively account of his exploits in the exotic South Seas during the early 1840s, where he journeyed as a young sailor. "A classic of American literature [and] the pioneer in South Sea romance" (Arthur Stedman).

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        Litho.- Karte, v. C. Flemming in Glogau, "Texas".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, 1846, 39,5 x 32 (H) Frühe Karte von Texas. Zeigt Texas und die umliegenden Staaten.

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        [In der Literatur meist Carl Müller, gen. Saumüller zugeschrieben, tatsächlich jedoch vom Schweizer Johann Grässli verfaßt.] Burschicoses Woerterbuch oder: Erklärung aller im Studentenleben vorkommenden Sitten, Ausdrüke[sic!], Wörter, Redensarten und des Comments, nebst Angabe der auf allen Universitäten bestehenden Corps, ihrer Farben und der Kneipen. Ein unentbehrliches Hand- und Hilfsbuch für Lyceisten, Gymnasiasten, Penäler, Polytechniker, Forstpolake, Cantons- und Realschüler, Maulthiere, Füchse und Studen- ten, die forsche Häuser werden wollen, diesen zur Erlernung, und alten, ausgesoffenen Bur- schen und einphilistrirten Häuptern zur Erinnerung an's sel. Burschenleben. Von J. Vollmann, Dr. rei cneip., Senior der Cnüllia, ... Präses der Helvetia, ordentliches Mitglied des Münchener Bier- vereins, und mehrerer ausländischen, versoffenen und verkehrten Gesellschaften Mitglied und Ehrenmitglied.

      Ragaz, Unteregger 1846..

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        Circular, of the High Council. To the members of the Church of Jesus Christ op [sic] Latter Day Saints, and to all whom it may concern

      [Nauvoo], [1846]. Broadside [30.5 cm x 25 cm]. Fifty-two lines in three columns, within a decorative floral border and printed on cream paper. Near fine. Horizontal fold near the center This is the Mormon Church's official announcement that they intended to leave the Midwest and America, and make their home "in some good valley in the neighborhood of the Rocky Mountain." This announcement marks the beginning of the Mormon colonization of the west. This work also restates the Saints patriotism in the face of great injustices. According to Crawley: "By the end of 1845 the Mormons had familiarized themselves with the reports of Benjamin Bonneville, John C. Fremont, Charles Wilkes, and Landsford W. Hastings. During November and December the 'Times & Seasons' spoke of the Pacific coast as the destination of the Saints, California, Oregon or Vancouver. But uncertainty persisted as late as December 26, when Brigham Young wrote to Sam Brannan that 'we have not determined to what place we shall go.' Circular of the High Council shows that by mid-January the Great Basin was being focused upon, at least as a temporary location." Uncommon. Flake/Draper 1338. Crawley 296.

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        A History of British Fossil Mammals, and Birds.

      John van Voorst. 1846 - FIRST EDITION. Large 8vo. Half title, folding table, woodcut illus., 4pp cata. (Dec. 1845) in smaller format. A bright clean copy. Uncut in orig. olive-green pebble-grained cloth; spine sl. faded with faint mark to lower edge. A near fine copy. Richard Owen, 1804-1892, was a renowned but controversial English Paleontologist who was compared favourably with the naturalists Georges Cuvier and Friedrich von Humboldt. In his role as Superintendent of the British Museum's Departments of Natural History, Owen was influential in campaigning for the establishment of a dedicated natural history museum, which was eventually opened in South Kensington in 1881. Fiercely ambitious and vicious in temperament, he was alienated from the scientific world, especially after his outspoken criticism of Charles Darwin?s theory of evolution. This volume was part of a uniform series of works on zoology published by Van Voorst in a large and attractive 8vo format. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Livre d'Heures d'Apres les Manuscrits de la Bibliotheque Royale

      Paris: Engelmann et Graf 1846. 184 pp. Bound in dark brown full morocco with elaborately gilt and blind-stamped fleur-de-lys pattern to front and back boards. Raised bands to spine. All edges blue with gilt gauffered fleur-de-lys pattern. Gilt dentelles and blue silk endpapers. Two metal clasps. An understated Gruel binding and signed at the foot of the spine. Every leaf is finely chromolithographed, some with full page illustrations. A lovely volume in Near Fine condition. . Near Fine. Full Morocco. 1846. 12mo..

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        Meine Reise nach Constantinopel im Jahre 1845.

      Frankfurt a.M.: J.D. Sauerländer\'s Verlag, 1846. 343 S., 2 farb. Tafeln (Eine Dame aus dem Harem; Der Obere der Derwische). Kl.-8°, Halbldr. m. goldgepr. Rückentitel, Lederecken. Maria Belli-Gontard, 1788 - 1883, aus einer begüterten Frankfurter Hugenottenfamilie stammend und seit 1810 Frau des Bankiers Peter Belli, reiste 1845 sozusagen aus einer Laune heraus allein von Regensburg aus die Donau hinauf über Wien, Pest usw. und über das Schwarze Meer nach Konstantinopel. Die Reise durch den Balkan und der Aufenthalt in Constantinopel werden ausführlich und lebendig beschrieben. Als begeisterte Autographen-Sammlerin erhält sie während ihrer Aufenthalte in Wien auf der Hin- und Rückreise einige Briefen von Mozart u. seiner Familie und von Haydn, die wörtlich zitiert werden. Im Anhang werden weitere Autographen aus dem Besitz der Verfasserin wiedergegeben, so von Catharina II., Beethoven, Chamisso, Wieland u.a. - Marmorpapier d. Einbandes berieben u. an einigen Stellen abgeschabt, hinten etw. fleckig. Lederecken bestoßen, unten aufgeplatzt, Rücken etw. berieben. Schön marmorierte Vorsätze. Mehrere Besitzereinträge von alter Hand auf fl. Vorsätzen vorne u. hinten. Papier durchgehend tlw. stark gebräunt u. stockfleckig, stellenweise wasserrandig, auf einigen Seiten alte Tintenspritzer. Die beiden Tafeln auf glattem Kunstdruckpapier im unbedruckten Bereich schwärzlich u. eine zusätzlich rötlich verfärbt, Abbildungen von leuchtendem Kolorit. Insgesamt doch ein hübsches Bändchen. A/O2 Versand D: 5,00 EUR Frauenreisen; Orient

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        La cucina sana, economica ed elegante secondo le stagioni di Francesco Chapusot già capo cuoco dell ambasciatore d Inghilterra. Inverno (Primavera, Estate, Autunno)

      dalla Tipografia Favale, Torino 1846 - Legatura coeva in mz. pelle con fregi a secco, fili e titolo impresso in oro al ds. Firma dell A. sulla seconda tav. dell Inverno. Lievi aloni e qualche pagina ingiallita. Nel complesso, ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale, rara. Vanossi, n. 145; Vicaire, 164; Westbury, 47. 8vo (cm. 22,3), quattro parti - ognuna con proprio frontis. - rilegate in un volume; XVI-142, XVI-157, XVI-96, XVI-175 pp. con complessive 16 tavv. litografiche f.t. (quattro in fine a ciascuna parte). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c

      London. Hall, Virtue, and Co. nd. [1846],. Hardcover. sm4to. 24.5cm, new edition, in three volumes, xii,436,[2]; viii,468 & viii,512, ads., engravedtitle-pages and 556 wood and steel engraved plates and illustrations,(including 49 steel engraved plates and 17 engraved maps), in theoriginal pebble grain green cloth, extra pictorial gilt and blinddecorations, some occasional light foxing but a fine set, scarce in thiscondition. (ids) The authors, who were Irish, travelled extensively inIreland. The book could stand alone as a great pictorial record of itsera but it is, as well, well known for its topographical description andsocial history. "A composite account of Ireland for which the informationwas gathered on five tours undertaken between 1825 and 1841." - (McVeagh, p71). The wood-engraved text illustrations are chiefly byFairholt, Harvey, Nicholl and Sargent. Illustrators include W.H.Bartlett, T. Creswick, J.H. Burgess, T.C. Croker,. .

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        Stadtplan, "Plan der Königlichen Residenz Stadt Hannover .".

      - Lithographie v. F. Wunder in Hannover n. A. C. F. Sohnrey, dat. 1846, 44,2 x 57,5 Sehr interessanter Stadtplan von Hannover, der die wichtigen Gebäude der Stadt perspektivisch zeigt. Besonders hervorzuheben die Darstellung des Geländes um den neuen Bahnhof. Zunächst 1843 provisorisch eröffnet, erhielt Hannover ( Bauzeit 1845 - 1847) einen repräsentativen Bahnhof ( der 1. Durchgangsbahnhof Deutschlands ). Dieser ist am oberen Rand dargestellt. ( 6 x 36 cm.).

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        Titelblatt für ein Prunk-Album., Aquarell, Gouache und Feder auf Pergament.

      Um 1846. - Rechts unten in Gold signiert. Feinzeichnendes und farbenprächtiges Titelblatt eines Erinnerungsalbums mit teils goldfarbenen Ornamenten. Die mittig dargestellte Erleuchtungsszene eines Jünglings und alten Mannes mit Fackel wird von einem Band aus floralen Ornamenten und allegorischen Figuren umrahmt. Kretschmer war Schüler K.W. Kolbes an der Berliner Akademie und ging 1849 als Zeichner der Illustrierten Zeitung nach Leipzig. Er lieferte Zeichnungen für u.a. Brehms "Tierleben" und begleitete 1862 als Zeichner die Reise Herzogs Ernst von Sachsen-Coburg nach Ägypten. - Oppulente Darstellung von farbfrischer Erhaltung. Ränder mit winzigen Stockfleckchen. Sprache: Deutsch

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      New York:: Burgess, Stringer Company,. 1846.. First U.S. edition. Two volumes, as issued, newly rebound in one volume. Being one of two editions published in America in 1846. The other was published in Boston; priority not established (though we believe this to be the first--see below). This famous tale of revenge and retribution, of which the publisher said "his African blood is warm, and in his pages we accordingly discover the glowings of a heart gushing with feeling....," was inspired by Dumas' own Haitian-born father, an enslaved black man. Both of the American editions are based on the Chapman & Hall London edition of the same year, which was also an unattributed translation with illustrations by M. Valentin. The London edition had 20 illustrations, while this U.S. edition has only 12, which is all that are called for [Rusty Mott of the bookselling firm Howard S. Mott, Inc., kindly pointed out to us an 1847 ad in Marguerite Blessington?'s MARMADUKE HERBERT for this book; the ad states, "The work is published in one large Volume, likewise in two Volumes:--in either form it is sold at One Dollar, accompanied by Twelve splendid engravings"]. The Boston edition (with the same text) was issued in four volumes in wraps by H. L. Williams. We believe this Burgess, Stringer edition may be the true U.S. first edition, as both the F. W. Reed bibliography of Dumas (London: Neuhuys, 1933) and the Douglas Munro's BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH TO 1910 (NY: Garland, 1978) list this edition as the first American and make no mention of the Williams edition. In fact, Reed indicates in his bibliography that an American reprint was issued in the same year as the Burgess, Stringer edition, "but with plates so badly printed as to be almost caricatures of the original." There are two sales records for the Boston edition (one at Goodspeed?'s in 1940, the other at Baltimore Book Auction in 1997). However there are NO AUCTION OR SALE RECORDS of this New York edition on either American Book Prices Current or Rare Book Hub. Two volumes, as issued, newly rebound in one volume. Three-quarter leather with raised bands and leather spine labels; with marble boards, new linen hinges, new endpapers, and new sewn headbands. Pages a little age-darkened and light foxing or staining, primarily to margins, throughout. Still good to very good. And, ACTUALLY RARE. .

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      Philadelphia, 1846. Modern half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. Small tear at one cross-fold of the map, with no loss. An occasional trace of foxing, stain on five leaves not affecting readability of text. Very good. With the bookplate of noted collector Kenneth Hill on the front pastedown. One of the most important overland narratives. Sage set out from Westport in the summer of 1841 with a fur caravan, later visiting New Mexico, witnessing the disaster of the Snively expedition, and joining the end of the 1843 Fremont expedition. He returned to Ohio in time to take a vigorous if futile role in the election of 1844, supporting Henry Clay. He wrote this book in 1845. The story of the publication of this work and its subsequent sale is told by LeRoy Hafen in the introduction to the most scholarly edition of Sage, issued in two volumes by the Arthur H. Clark Co. in 1956. According to Hafen, the publishers of the original edition felt the addition of a map would cost too much, and it was only at the author's insistence that a map was printed and sold with the book, at a higher rate. The map, based mainly on the 1845 Fremont map, is usually not found with the book. It is "one of the earliest to depict the finally-determined Oregon of the earliest attempts to show on a map the evermore- heavily traveled emigrant road to California" (Wheat). It adds interesting notes on the country and locations of fur trading establishments. Sage was certainly one of the most literate and acute observers of the West in the period immediately before the events of 1846. First edition, second issue (with page numbers 77-88, 270-271, and 302 correctly placed in outer margin). Preceded by a limited issue of 100 copies in wrappers published without the map.

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         L'Orégon et les côtes de l'Océan Pacifique du Nord, aperçu géographique, statistique et politique, avec une carte du pays d'après les documens les plus récens. Paris, Librairie de Amyot (printed by Éd. Proux et Cie), 1846. 8vo. With a large folding map (40 x 52.5 cm) depicting what the United States called Oregon Country, dated 1846 and partly coloured in outline. Modern maroon half morocco. .

      Eberstadt 134:563; Howes F70; Sabin 24000; not in the Graff Collection. First and only separately published edition of a detailed account of the geography, history and especially diplomacy of the northwest American region that the United States called Oregon Country, written and published during the negotiations to divide the region between Great Britain and the United States. The British called it the Columbia District. The folding map shows the "ligne proposé par les Etats-Unis" at the 49th parallel, which was the final dividing line in the 1846 treaty except that the whole of Vancouver Island went to Great Britain. In 1848 the United States part officially became the Oregon territory and was later the States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and parts of two others, while the British part became the southern part of what is now British Columbia in Canada. The map has some irregular folds and several tears, some repaired, but all are marginal. The book is otherwise in very good condition..

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        A Squatter A Visit to the Antipodes

      London: Smith, Elder, & Co, 1846. Octavo, lithograph frontispiece, vignettes on title and final page, some light foxing, old owner's inscription; a very good copy in the original blindstamped publisher's red cloth, upper cover with gilt embossed kangaroo, a little faded. First edition. Lloyd gives a short history of South Australia and attempts to analyse the economic crisis which existed at the time of his visit, and to assess future prospects for settlers. He was in Adelaide during Sturt's departure for Central Australia in 1844 and gives a colourful description of that event.The frontispiece is a marvellous depiction of "Poodna Williamy" or "William the Light-footed", a South Australian Aborigine, after the original sketch by Lloyd himself.

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        Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan. Volume I and II (in two volumes). With 78 engravings an 1 folded map.

      London John Murray 12th edition 1846 - Zwei rote Buchbinder-Maroquin-Halbledereinbände mit Lederecken, Buntpapierbezügen und Titel in Golddruck auf Rücken. Band I: Exlibris, 2 Buchhändler-Etiketten aus NY und handschriftliche Widmung auf Vorsatz, VIII, 424 Seiten mit 25 Tafeln, 1 gefalteten Karte und 7 Zeichnungen im Text. Band II: VII, 474 Seiten mit 43 Tafeln und 3 Zeichnungen im Text, 8°. Nice modern red half-leather binding from professional book binder with all engravings in clean conditions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Almanach De Gotha, Annuaire Diplomatique et Statistique: 1846, 1851, 1853, 1854, 1862, 1863, 1868, and 1869

      Gotha: Justus Perthes. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. First Edition. Cloth. Original blindstamped cloth with titles in gilt on spine, all but 1846 with printed endpapers, in the publisher's dust-wrappers with printed paper spine labels; variously paginated. The later volumes are largely fine, but 1846 has both hinges cracked, being held on only by the cords; 1868 with a paper tear at the front pastedown. The jackets for 1846 and 1853 show dampstaining, the one for 1851 has an age-toned spine; 1846 has a detached front panel and is lacking a couple of it's french-fold flaps, 1851 with tears and light chiopping, 1863 and 1868 with larger chips, the rest with light chipping and some tears, but overall an attractive set. Interesting to note the changes in the jackets over the two decades we have here, as the color changed from dusky violet in the '40s and '50s to dark blue in the mid-'50s to a lighter blue in the later '60s. The publisher (thankfully) abandoned the french-fold-style jacket sometime after 1846 and before 1851. .

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      Philadelphia, 1846. 16mo. Original blindstamped and gilt blue morocco, with original clasp. Morocco a bit rubbed and edgeworn. Map with two closed tears in left edge, where bound in, with no loss; small closed tear along Iowa-Missouri border, with no loss. The text is very clean. In very good condition, the map with brilliant contemporary color. Second edition, after the first of 1843, of this rare pocket map of North America, showing the United States west to Texas, Indian Territory, and Dakota Territory (i.e. 19° longitude west of Washington, D.C.). The map, J.H. Young's "Mitchell's National Map of the American Republic or the United States of North America," is revised and updated from the 1843 version, most notably by the addition of the newly created Territory of Iowa. The inset map of Texas is new to this 1846 edition, and dates from the first year of statehood, still showing Texas with its Republic boundaries. The Oregon inset is also new, and shows the Oregon border going north into Canada, i.e. before the 1846 treaty boundaries. There are also two population tables, and the text lists the major railroad, steamboat, and stage routes all the way west to Iowa, Wisconsin, and Missouri. The four insets are: "Map of the North-Eastern boundary of the United States According to the Treaty of 1842," "Map of the Southern part of Florida," "Map of Oregon Territory," and "Map of the State of Texas." These four insets take the place of the thirty-two small inset maps of cities and town from the 1843 version of the map. Rumsey lists only the wall map version of this 1846 map. OCLC locates eight copies of this important pocket map.

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        New Bedford and Fairhaven Signal Book

      Pacific coast, 1846. A few leaves a bit browned and thumbed, yet remarkably well preserved for an original item once aboard a whaler, binding entirely unsophisticated.. Small manuscript book measuring 135 x 95 mm, entirely illustrated throughout with a total of 97 leaves; original canvas with leather spine. A fascinating survival from the golden years of North American whaling - a watercolour booklet of some 97 leaves illustrating flags and ensigns, executed at sea in 1846 by a crewman aboard the whaler Hector while cruising off the Pacific coast of South America. The book is remarkable for its hand-painted map titled the "Standard of America": a young Stars and Stripes with only four stars. Another noteworthy addition is the ensign of the whaler Acushnet aboard which Hermann Melville sailed in 1841 (and famously deserted in 1842), an experience which did much to inspire Moby Dick.A detailed manuscript notation on the front endpaper reads "John Williams book on board the ship Hector... on the offshore ground-Lat. 05.23 S. Long. 100.26 W. June 14, 1846-30 months out 1100 bbls Sperm". Crewman John Williams evidently began this book of ensigns as a pastime, while cruising the line off the Galapagos Islands, copying many of the flag signals from Taber's New Bedford and Fairhaven Signal Book and another unknown sourcebook of international flags. The section detailing Massachusetts whaling signals is liberally annotated with ship names and details of agents, and has been divided into parts based on the constituent colours of the ensigns illustrated. Of additional interest is the inclusion of the flag of the Barbary pirates (or "Algerian Rover", as mariner Williams terms them), being a triangular red flag bearing a prominent deaths-head. Any relics of common seamen aboard American whalers of this period are desirable, and this hand-painted book is a wonderful example.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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      Philadelphia, 1846. Quarto. Original green cloth, blindstamped and beautifully decorated in a colored and gilt pictorial motif of angels and cherubs on both boards, expertly rebacked with original richly gilt backstrip laid down, a.e.g. Original cloth endpapers. Cloth binding worn at edges and corners. Upper quarter of second front free endpaper excised. A bit of spotting around three steel engraved plates, else internally clean. Very good. This copy bears the pencil ownership signature of Elizabeth C. Cornell, dated Jan. 1, 1847. A beautifully made chromolithographic gift book with elaborately decorated color capitals. The text is comprised of dozens of poems by contemporary writers and men of faith, as well as selections drawn from the Bible. Among the writers represented are Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Robert Southey, Longfellow, Emerson, Walter Scott, William Cullen Bryant, Lord Byron, Victor Hugo, John Greenleaf Whittier, Bulwer Lytton, and many more. The chromolithographic work is by Thomas S. Sinclair, who "could be considered one of the major figures in the publication of American colorplate books" (McGrath). Not in Bennett.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Le Comte Monte Cristo, 1845 et 1846 , Deuxième Edition

      Bureaux du Journal Le Siècle 1846 Ce roman fut publié d'abord dans la presse (le Journal des Débats) en 1844 et 1845. Puis il paru dans le Journal Le Siècle du 28 Septembre 1845 au 1 Février 1846. Au fur et à mesure de ces parutions en feuilleton Il fut aussi imprimé simultanément en librairie en 12 tomes par Petion. Les volumes s'échelonnèrent de 1844 à 1845 . Cette édition originale française est impossible à trouver. Seule la BNF l? a mais elle est incomplète. Ce recueil de journaux Le Siècle publié en 1846 contient le comte de Monte Cristo (401 pages, 28 Septembre 1845 au 1 Février 1846), le chevalier de Maison rouge ( 112 pages en deuxième édition l? année de l? Edition Originale, françois Picaud (5 pages) , Georges ( 90 pages) et Fernande ( 175 pages). Reliure demi cuir d?époque avec un dos lisse orné de motifs et d? une pièce de titre gravés à l?or fin et des plats marbrés, intérieur en très bon état, format in folio, 783 pages.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Champollion]
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      [New Orleans, 1846. Cloth, spine expertly repaired. Minor foxing. Very good. An instructive work regarding American military fortifications in Florida during the latter years of the Seminole wars, most notable for the three large folding plates illustrating fort plans. The author, William Henry Chase, was a Florida militia commander who served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for over forty years, designing and constructing forts near Pensacola, Key West, and New Orleans, among others. In this work he discusses fortifications around Fort Pickens in Pensacola, a fort he had designed and constructed, and whose surrender Chase would later demand at the onset of the Civil War, when he served as a major general in the Confederate Army. A rare work, with only seven copies in OCLC.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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