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        Essays on the progress of nations, in productive industry, civilization, population, and wealth;

      Detroit: M. Geiger & Co.,, 1846. illustrated by statistics of mining, agriculture, manufactures, commerce, banking, revenues, internal improvements, emigration, morality, and population. Octavo (215 × 130 mm). Contemporary sprinkled sheep, black morocco label to spine lettered gilt, gilt rules to spine. Bookseller's ticket and pencil ownership signature to front pastedown. Some stripping and scuffing to binding, lower tip a little worn, internally fine; an excellent copy. First edition. Seaman aims to "connect political economy with statistics; to bring the rules and principles of the former, to test the established facts of the latter: and to try them, as far as practicable, by the severe test and certain standard of the principles of mathematics" (preface).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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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.

      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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        Coloured Illustrations of the Eggs of British Birds, Accompanied with Descriptions of the Eggs, Nests, Etc. 2 volume set

      London John van Voorst 1846. G : in Good condition with errata slip. Cover rubbed with some joint wear. Minor cracking to outer spine of volume I. Contents including illustrations VG. Some off-setting First Edition Half-leather marbled board cover 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xvi, 470pp. 131 hand coloured plates.

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        South Australia and its Mines with an Historical Sketch of the Colony under its Several Administrations, to the Period of Captain Grey's Departure

      London: T. & W. Boone, 1846. Octavo, frontispiece and five plates (including map of the Rivoli Bay district bound into the text); with a large handcoloured folding map measuring 684 x 535 mm. in front sleeve; some foxing of the plates (typical of this paper stock) and a little preliminary toning, yet a handsome copy with the advertisements in original publishers gilt decorated brown cloth. Inscribed to Captain FitzRoy of the Beagle. Inscribed by the author to Captain Robert FitzRoy, commander of the Beagle and companion of Charles Darwin, who later served as governor of New Zealand. This well preserved copy is an example of the scarcer issue with a loose folding Arrowsmith map in the front sleeve.Following his controversial support of Maori land claims, FitzRoy was dismissed as governor of New Zealand in April of 1845 and returned to England later that year. Having discovered copper at Kapunda in South Australia in 1842, Francis Dutton returned to England in 1845 seeking capable men to work the deposit. Here he wrote South Australia and its Mines and had it published by Boone early the following year. It appears likely that the two men became acquainted during 1846, at which time Dutton presented this copy to FitzRoy.

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        Moore's Irish Melodies

      London: Longmans, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1846 - The First edition of Moore's work, and one that his friend artist Daniel Maclise endeavored to make a truly fine production, inventing decorative borders for all pages in addition to his many illustrations. More was very pleased with the results and spoke of an "Irish Pencil" having lent its aid to an "Irish Pen." By his treatment of illustrations and text as a unit, and the elaboration of detail, Maclise introduced into England the effects achieved by the German illustrators of the 1830s and early 1840s. Widely acknowledged to be Maclise's best book First Edition. Tall 8vo. With borders and illustrations after Daniel Maclise on every page engraved by F.P. Becker, marked PROOF. iv, 280 pp. Bound in full green morocco, with full red morocco doublures,with central gilrt lozenge, a.e.g., by Bickers. Very fine, one chip to ffep. Ray 29 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Havre Dubus A La Baie Triton (Nouvelle Guinee)

      Paris: circa, 1846. Tinted lithograph, 220 x 365 mm., localised water-stain affecting portion of the blank margin, disbound and perforated accordingly along fore-edge margin, very good. Original lithograph from Dumont d'Urville's "Voyage au Pole Sud", showing a beautiful New Guniea harbor scene, with the two ships anchored and a survey party at work.Dumont d'Urville's instruction from King Louis-Philippe was 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. Two artists accompanied D'Urville, Ernest Auguste Goupil and Louis le Breton. Goupil died in Hobart whilst the expedition was there in April 1840.

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        A Manual of the History of the Political System of Europe and its Colonies

      London - Henry G. Bohn, 1846 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A smart copy of Heeren's influential historical work, in a fine binding. First English Edition: translated from the fifth German edition. 'From its formation at the close of the fifteenth century, to its re-establishment upon the fall of Napoleon'. Arnold Hermann Ludwig Heeren (October 25, 1760 March 6, 1842) was a German historian and Professor of History at the University of Gottingen, considered a pioneer of the economic approach to history. Condition: In a half calf binding with marbled boards. Externally, smart with just some light rubbing to the boards. Internally, firmly bound. Very clean throughout. Overall: NEAR FINE..

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        Contarini Fleming

      Leipzig - Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1846 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. One of Disraeli's novels, with a portrait of the author to frontispiece. Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, KG, PC, FRS, (21 December 1804 - 19 April 1881) was a British Prime Minister, parliamentarian, Conservative statesman and literary figure. He served in government for three decades, twice as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Before and during his political career, Disraeli was well known as a literary and social figure, although his novels are not generally regarded as a part of the Victorian literary canon. He mainly wrote romances, of which Sybil and Vivian Grey are perhaps the best-known today. He is exceptional among British Prime Ministers for having gained equal social and political renown. Disraeli turned towards literature after his financial disaster, motivated in part by a desperate need for money, and brought out his first novel, Vivian Grey, in 1826. After producing a Vindication of the English Constitution, and some political pamphlets, Disraeli followed up Vivian Grey with a series of novels, The Young Duke (1831), Contarini Fleming (1832), Alroy (1833), Venetia and Henrietta Temple (1837). Condition: In a half calf bindingwith cloth covered boards. Externally, generally smart with only minor bumping and wear to extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean throughout but with slight foxing to endpapers and heavy foxing to title page only. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Der Zeichner.

      um 1846. Radierung, um 1846, auf Velin. 17,7:14,5 cm. Literatur: Goedl-Roth 72. Vorzüglicher und vollrandiger Abdruck mit etwas Plattenschmutz entlang den Rändern und Wischspuren, besonders im Himmel. Im unteren Rand zwei kleine Braunflecken. Sehr selten! - Vermutlich Selbstbildnis des Künstlers vor der Landschaft zeichnend, in Begleitung eines Freundes.. Wilhelm von Kobell war zunächst Schüler der Mannheimer Zeichnungsakademie. 1792 von Kurfürst Karl Theodor zum Hofmaler ernannt, über siedelte er 1793 nach München, wo er - von wenigen Auslandsaufenthalten abgesehen (Wien 1809, Paris 1810) - bis zu seinem Tod ansässig blieb. 1814 erfolgte die Berufung zum Professor für Landschaftsmalerei an der Münchener Akademie. Nach seinem Ausscheiden aus dem Amt (1826) wurde die Stelle auf Betreiben des designierten Direktors Peter von Cornelius nicht mehr besetzt, da dieser "einen Lehrstuhl für Genre- und Landschaftsmalerei... für überflüssig" hielt (zitiert nach: Alfred Kuhn, Peter Cornelius und die geistigen Strömungen seiner Zeit, Berlin, 1921, S. 160). 1817 wurde dem Künstler die persönliche, 1833 der erbliche Adel verliehen.

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      1846. [the first book of young "George] Critically Examined by Dr. David Friedrich Strauss. Translated from the Fourth German Edition. In Three Volumes. London: Chapman, Brothers, 1846. Original blind-stamped purple-brown cloth. First Edition of the first book with which young Marian Evans was involved (as translator). Strauss was a theologian schooled in the philosophy of Hegel; his groundbreaking Das Leben Jesu aroused much interest because it applied the "myth theory" to the life of Jesus, treated the Gospel narrative like any other historical work, and denied all supernatural elements. Marian Evans began working on this when she was in her mid-twenties, when she joined the young circle of the Brays and the Hennells, skeptics and rationalists who encouraged her to question much of her religious upbringing. The circumstances behind this book were curious, to say the least; quoting at length from Crompton,~For some months Charles Hennell had been in love with Rufa [nickname of Elizabeth Rebecca] Brabant... But Hennell had a weakness of the lungs and Dr. Brabant had not approved of him as a prospective son-in-law... For two years the matter dragged on with Dr. Brabant adamant and the lovers equally determined. Finally, in 1843, when Rufa had been left a little money of her own, they decided that... parental approval or not they would marry... The wedding was fixed for the autumn and Marian agreed to be bridesmaid...~Both Rufa and her father were scholars. Up to the time of her marriage Rufa had been translating David Friedrick Strauss's Life of Jesus which had been published in 1842 and which had caused a great stir... But now a complication had arisen through Rufa's marriage: neither she nor her husband felt that she would have enough time to continue the work. Dr. Brabant, feeling lonely at the loss of his daughter, and perhaps impressed by Marian's studious ambitions, invited her on a visit to his home at Devizes to 'take his daughter's place'. The resulting visit... had unfortunate consequences.~Dr. Brabant, then aged sixty-three, a German scholar and a friend of Strauss, was an indiscreet, opinionated man, with a craving for adulation. Marian, aged twenty-four, was impressionable, ardent, and apt to lose her head... They read, walked and talked together and Marian never wearied of the doctor's society... Unfortunately, however, in her delight at this new friendship, she had overlooked the fact that Dr. Brabant had a wife. Mrs. Brabant, who had lost her sight, was all amiability to begin with, but, after a time, prompted by an unmarried sister who lived with them, she became uneasy. The uneasiness turned to jealousy and there was a scene. According to John Chapman [publisher of this book]... the doctor's wife declared that Marian must leave immediately and never set foot in the house again...~In spite of the unfortunate ending to Marian's friendship with Dr. Brabant he had seen enough of her to realize her intellectual capabilities. Early in 1844 his son-in-law, Charles Hennell, came to Marian and begged her to take over from his wife the translating of Strauss's Life of Jesus. Marian agreed, though not without doubts. It was an arduous task and not altogether the kind of work to appeal to her...~[By 1845] the work on the Strauss translation [which included Latin, Greek and Hebrew as well as German] was becoming increasingly exhausting and Marian began to suffer again from headaches... As she got nearer to the end of Christ's story she resented Strauss more and more. She was not a Christian herself but she loved and admired Jesus and the ruthless heavy desecration of the German's way of thinking, completely divesting Christ of all divinity, caused her a profound depression...~At last, in that spring of 1846, it was finished. It had entailed two and a quarter years of labour and her financial reward for it was £20.~Even then, the book was barely published, as the people who had promised to do so had in the interim forgotten their promises. Eventually it was accomplished, with Strauss writing a new Preface, but with the provision that the translator's name not appear in the book. The Strauss translation did, nonetheless, confer upon her a certain prestige, and it did establish a valuable contact with the young publisher John Chapman. Not having quite had enough, apparently, she subsequently translated Feuerbach's THE ESSENCE OF CHRISTIANITY (Chapman 1854 -- the only book ever issued under her real name), followed in 1858 by her first original work, SCENES OF CLERICAL LIFE. (A second UK edition of THE LIFE OF JESUS would not appear until 1892.)~THE LIFE OF JESUS appears in five different binding states, with priority (if any) uncertain: the two most-often encountered are dark green cloth with "Chapman Brothers" at the foot of the spines, with an undated ad catalogue at the end of Vol I (Baker & Ross's "A" binding), and this purple-brown cloth with "London | John Chapman" at the foot of the spines, without an ad catalogue (B&R's "D"). The set, still with the original pale yellow endpapers intact, is in very good, original condition: there is some wear at some corners, two rear covers have some damp-marks, and one front endpaper is likewise damp-marked; as always with this color cloth, the spines are sunned from purple to brown. Although the number of copies printed is not known, this is a rather scarce book today: most copies that surface do so rebound, and this is only the second copy in original cloth we have offered in our 35 years in business. Baker & Ross A1.1.; Parrish (VICTORIAN LADY NOVELISTS) pp 4-6.

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        "Rainbow Coffee House 27 Beekman St. between Nassau and William Streets. William Foreman, Proprietor"

      New York, [c. 1846-1848]. (NEW YORK CITY) 12-1/2 x 8 inches. Tinted lithograph, signed lower left. Creased from prior folding, amateur contemporary drawings on back. Very good . "Foreman, Edgar W., Architect and draftsman, NTC, 1846-48. In 1848 appeared a view of NYC and environs from Williamsburg, drawn and lithographed by E.W. Foreman and Eliphalet M. Brown, Jr. (Reps 2637)" (Groce, Dictionary of Artists in America). With a bill of fare printed below the image

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Pictures from Italy

      London: Published for the author by Bradbury & Evans,, 1846. With Vignette Illustrations on Wood by Samuel Palmer. Octavo. Original blue vertically ribbed cloth, spine lettered gilt, boards and spine decoratively blocked in blind, pale yellow endpapers. Engraved vignette illustrations by Samuel Palmer. Single advertisement leaf to front and rear. Pencil ownership signature to front free endpaper. Spine rolled and toned, spine ends slightly worn, tips bumped, minor stains to boards, upper hinge tender. A very good copy. First edition, first state, of Dickens's account of his 1844 tour of Italy. The production is particularly remarkable for the vignette illustrations by romantic artist Samuel Palmer.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Life of Jesus, critically examined.... Translated from the fourth German edition. 3 vols. Tall 8vo.

      Chapman, Bros. 1846 Half titles. Contemp. full brown calf, spines gilt in compartments, maroon & black leather labels; sl. rubbing to spine vol. III, the odd small mark, inner hinges strengthened with brown tape. With blind stamps and labels of Birkbeck College Library. A good-plus copy.Baker and Ross, A1.1. 'Das Leben Jesu, kritisch bearbeitet', 1835-36. An English edition appeared in 1842-44, (London & Birmingham: Taylor & Henry Hetherington). George Eliot's translation, of which this is the first edition, & her first published work, superseded the earlier translation. It was started in 1843 by Elizabeth Rebecca Brabant, who, finding the task beyond her, transferred the commission to Eliot. The translation took the best part of two years, earning the translator a princely £20.

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        Le Péché de Monsieur Antoine

      Six vols. 8vo, cont. green sheep-backed green boards maroquiné, single gilt fillet round sides, flat spines gilt. Paris: H. Souverain, 1846-46-47-47-47-47. First edition. Fine set, signed by Prince Dietrichstein on each free front endpaper. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Das galante Wien. Sittengemälde. 2 Bände in 1 Band

      Johann Friedrich Hartknoch, Leipzig 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 de 500 Buch

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        Illustrated Excursions in Italy. [Lear's Illustrated Excursions in Italy. Vol I only.]

      London:: Thomas M'Lean,, 1846.. First edition.. Hardcover. Very Good. xii, 144pp, illustrated with vignettes, a coloured map and 30 guarded engraved plates. Lacks the two engraved leaves of music at rear. 1855 gift inscription to the heavily-foxed title page. Contents very good, with some foxing to plate borders, and some elsewhere: a few plates and pages have slight soiling and professional repairs to the edges. Folio, 38x28cms, restored, with the original yellow endpapers, in the original binding of green cloth, decorated in blind and titled in gilt, with a new near-matching spine. A very handsome copy. [EXTRA Heavy Item]

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        Narrative of a Four Months Residence Among the Natives of a Valley of the Marquesas Islands or, A Peep at Polynesian Life

      London John Murray 1846. G+ : in Good condition plus with marbled eps. Rebound. Remnants of label on verso of fep. Lacks half title. Slight soiling to title First Edition Blue/gilt hardback cloth cover 190mm x 120mm (7" x 5"). xviii, 285pp +16 pp adverts. Frontis map. The first issue of the author's first book [page 19, line 1 'Pomarea'].

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        [From the upper wrapper]: Neueste Wagen nach deutscher, französischer, und englischer München. Heft I-[VIII]

      Engraved leaf of presentation and 100 finely handcolored engraved plates (one printed entirely in gold, many others heightened in gold and/or silver). Eight parts. Small oblong 8vo, orig. lithographed greyish-brown wrappers, plates loose in the wrappers (upper wrapper of first part a little foxed). Augsburg: Verlagseigenthum der Kunsthandlung V. Zanna & Comp., n.d. [but 1846-50]. First edition of this rare catalogue of finely printed and colored plates depicting every variety of carriages, coaches, train cars, omnibuses, etc.; it is the most beautiful and extensive collection of its kind of the period. This is a presentation copy, with an engraved presentation slip in the same format as the plates: "Seiner Hoheit dem Herrn Herzog Maximilian in Bayern in tiefster Ehrfurcht gewidmet vom Herausgeber." The plates depict open and closed carriages, some two wheelers, other with four wheels; carriages and wagons designed to transport merchandise; omnibuses; sleighs; and railway carriages. The final plate depicts a hearse. Zanna was an Augsburg publisher specializing in maps. A very fine and fresh copy with excellent original coloring from the library of the Kings of Bavaria. This is a rare book with only a few complete sets known (the copy at the BSB is incomplete). .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        L'Affrica francese, l'Impero del Marocco e i deserti del Sahara. Storia nazionale delle conquiste, delle vittorie e delle nuove scoperte de' Francesi fino ai nostri giorni Prima traduzione francese.

      presso G. Celli,, Firenze, 1846 - Due volumi di cm. 25, pp. 868; 720 + 4 con l'elenco delle tavole fuori testo. Testo inquadrato da cornice tipografica e 100 splendide tavole fuori testo in bella coloritura coeva. Legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Qualche segno di abile restauro ai dorsi, sporadiche fioriture, ma complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Non comune, soprattutto quando completo di tutte le tavole fuori testo come il presente esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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      John Ollivier.London.,1846. TWO VOLUMES.Second edition.EXTRA ILLUSTRATED SET.6 published engravings by Cruikshank plus an extra 98 plates,mostly 18th and early 19th century,including one hand coloured engraving,and one colour lithograph.Finely bound in nineteenth century full red morocco by Zaehnsdorf.Boards with multiple ruled borders and inner panel with decorative corner pieces.Spines with five raised bands,each with gilt piping.Compartments fully gilt with decoration and lettering.Inner boards with gilt ruling and decoration.Marbled endpapers.All edges gilt.A couple of very minor bumps to edges but a fine bright set in lovely decorative bindings.:

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        Interesting Memoirs and Documents Relating to American Slavery and the Glorious Struggle Now Making for Complete Emancipation

      London; Chapman Brothers., 1846, Hardback, The True 1st EditionVery good copy in the original blind-blocked, fine-ribbed cloth. Minor nick to the spine crown with the usual dust-dulling to the bands and panel edges. Remains an uncommonly well-preserved example of a scarce and seminal title; 296 pages; Physical desc. : 296 p. ; 22 cm. Intended by the publisher as the first in a 'Library' of political and literary importance for discerning readers. Subject: Slaves - United States - Social conditions. The Clarke Family Narrative - Witness accounts - Jonathan Walker's Trial - etc.

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        Recollections of Four Years' Service in the East with H.M. Fortieth Regiment:

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1846. Comprising an Account of the Taking of Kurachee in Lower Scinde in 1839; Operations in Upper Scinde in 1840 and 1841; And The Operations of the Candahar Division of " The Avenging Army in Affghanistan " in 1841 and 1842; Under Major-General Sir W. Nott, G.C.B. Octavo. Slightly later red half morocco, marbled boards, rebacked with the original spine down, hinges lined with linen, title gilt direct to the spine, narrow bands, comaprtments gilt with repeated foliate tools, marbled edges and endpapers. Portrait frontispiece of Sir William Nott, bound with the half title. A little rubbed at the extremities, short repair to the fore-edge of the half-title, no loss, light browning throughout, else very good. Second edition, first published in the previous year, fairly uncommon in either edition with just a couple of dozen copies of both located by OCLC worldwide. Excellent account of the First Afghan War. John Martin Bladen Neill (1814-59) "entered the service in 1833 as an ensign in the 40th Regiment. He became lieutenant in 1835, adjutant in 1840, captain in 1842, major in 1849, and deputy-adjutant general of the Australian colonies, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel, in 1855. When Fort Jinnora, Lower Scinde, in 1839, was captured, he was adjutant of the 40th; .his commanding officer being Brigadier Valliant, father of Colonel Valliant of the same regiment. Lieut.-Colonel Neill, served through the whole of the second campaign in Afghanistan, was present in every action with the Candahar division of the Army, and received a medal for his services, inscribed Candahar, Ghuznee, Cabool" (Neill's obituary, The Argus, Melbourne). Neill's wife Florentia was one of the founders of the Victorian Ladies' Silk Association, Australia's first silk co-operative, set up to promote silk cultivation and to educate poorer women in rural areas. Near contemporary circular bookplate with the Marjoribanks crest - a lion's gamb erect and erased grasping a tilting lance the point downward - and motto - "Advance with Courage" - to the front pastedown, modern collector's bookplate of Philip Kamil to the front free endpaper, American collector's inked ownership inscription to the first blank, slightly unsightly, beneath the bookseller's ticket of Hutchins Oriental Books of Pasadena.

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        "Streiflichter". Eigenh. Manuskript (Fragment) mit U. und eh. Brief mit U.

      Frankfurt a. d. O, 5. IX. 1846.. Titel und 6 SS. auf 4 (= 2 Doppel-)Bll. 4to.. Der Brief an G. Ritter von Franck in Wien einen Wechsel betreffend.

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        a.) Missale Romanum ex Decreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum, S. Pii V. Pontificis Maximi jussu editum, Clementis VIII. & Urbani VIII.+ Commune Sanctorum b.) Missae propriae Sanctorum Ad usum Fratrum Minorum Sancti Francisci Conventualium, Monialium Sancte Clarae, ac Tertii Ordinis utrisque sexus – Joannis Baptistae Minucci. c.) Missae propriae Sanctorum ad usum Fratrum Minorum S. Francisci Capucinorum, et Monialium Capucinarum Profitentium Primam Regulam S. Clarae. d.) Orationes Missarum in Festis Propriis Sanctorum Dioceseos Olomucensis. e.) Proprium Misarum de Sanctis Ad usum fratrum Minorum S. Francisci Conventualium. Prachtvoller Einband auf Holzdecken mit- Sämischbezug u. robustem Metall-Beschlag u. beiden ursprünglichen

      Venetiis: Ex Typografia Balleoniana 1749; 1743; Pragae: Typis Archiepiscopalibus, in collegio Clementino 1846 - Einband des 19. Jahrhunderts; xxxv, 460 S., ci, [1]; x; viii, 71 S., 15 S. - mit handschriftlicher Inschrift auf letzte Seite; 41 S., 2°. Einband minimal berieben u. abgegriffen. Seiten stellenweise mäßig altersgebräunt u. auf Rändern teilweise restauriert, sonst sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: la

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        A New Map of Texas, Oregon and California with the regions adjoining. Compiled from the most recent authorities

      S. Augustus Mitchell, Philadelphia 1846 - Folding hand-coloured map. [ Bound with :] S.A. MITCHELL (publisher). Accompaniment to Mitchell's New Map of Texas, Oregon, and California, with the regions adjoining. Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1846. 12mo bound in sixes (4 13/16 x 2 15/16 inches). 8pp. publisher's advertisements. Map and booklet bound within publisher's blue leather binding, covers with elaborate designs blocked in blind, the upper cover with central rectangular panel with gilt double-fillet border with star tool cornerpieces, surrounding the title in gilt `Texas, Oregon / and / California.', expertly rebacked to style. A very good copy of this significant map, bound with the accompanying pamphlet as issued. Mitchell's famous western map of 1846, described by Wheat as "a work of real importance." In this map Mitchell shows in detail the trans-Mississippi region on the verge of the Mexican War. Texas is elaborately depicted, with the Rio Grande as its southern border; Oregon is shown to extend to 54° 40"; and the Santa Fe Trail and the Oregon Trail are both detailed, the latter with a table of distances published in the lower corner of the map. "This map represents a great step forward, in that it is among the first by a commercial cartographer to utilize the recent explorations that had bounded and determined the nature of the Great Basin.because of its popularity, this map of the West exerted great influence, not only with the public but on other commercial cartographers" - Wheat. The Accompaniment . describes the territories of Texas, Oregon, and California in detail, and information about Iowa, Indian Territory, and the Missouri Territory is also provided. Wheat Transmississippi 520. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        STORIA UNIVERSALE DELLE MISSIONI CATTOLICHE DAL SECOLO XII AI TEMPI NOSTRI. Prima versione italiana con note critiche ed illustrative del traduttore, dedicata al Clero d'Italia.

      G.Pomba e Alessandro Fontana 1846 Opera completa in tre volumi, due di testo + uno di tavole. Cm.27,6x18,5. Pg.(12), 636; 688. Legature in mz.pelle con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi e piatti marmorizzati. Il terzo volume contiene 137 tavole incise, fra cui venti ritratti, raffiguranti rispettivamente Roberto De Nobili, Artus di Lione, Francesco Pallù, Adamo Schall, Francesco Saverio, il Principe di Cocincina Canh, Pigneaux de Béhaines, Giuseppe Rosati, Vincenzo de Paoli, Ricci, Verbiest, Amiot, Pietro Dumoulin Borie, Gian Gabriello Perboyre, Khang - hi, Gregorio Lopez, Gian Antonio Dubois, Florenzio Luigi Leleu, Khian - long, Parrennin. Il Barone Mathieu Richard Auguste Henrion (Metz, 1805 - 1862) fu magistrato, storico e giornalista. Avvocato della Corte Reale, fu assistente alla Biblioteca Mazarino. Si occupò di numerosi periodici religiosi, come il "Drapeau Blanc", il "Journal de l'Instruction Publique" e "L'Ami de la Religion".

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera]
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        Autograph closing, "Very respectfully / Sir / Your obt. Servt. / Z. Taylor, Majr Genl. / U.S. Army"

      N.p, n.d. [after 1846]. With engraved portrait by H.W. Smith. Laid into blue cloth chemise, fine . Taylor (1784-1850), 12th President of the United States (from March 4, 1849, to July 9, 1850) was promoted to the rank of Major-General during the action in South Texas in 1846

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        Il monetario del commercio.

      s.n.,, Milano, 1846 - Cm. 24, pp. (6) + 240 tavole in litografia incise recto-verso raffiguranti centinaia di monete. Frontespizio figurato. Solida leg. coeva in mezza pelle con filetti e titoli in oro al dorso. Qualche segno d'adesivo all'interno dei piatti, peraltro bell'esemplare, fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Edizione originale ed unica di questa sorta di catalogazione monetaria divisa in due parti. La prima analizza, elenca e descrive le monete d'oro, la seconda quelle d'argento. Per ciascuna moneta viene presentata la raffigurazione (molto nitida e precisa), il peso ed il valore. Sono presenti monete di tuto il mondo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Allgemeiner Hand-Atlas der ganzen Erde nach den besten astronomischen Bestimmungen, neuesten Entdeckungen und kritischen Untersuchungen entworfen von C.F. Weiland. Weimar, Verlag des geographischen Instituts, um 1846. Doppelblattgr., lithogr. Titel, doppelblattgr. Inhaltsverzeichnis, 68 (von 70) doppelblattgroßen und grenzkolor. Stahlstich-Karten. Folio. Neuerer HLdr.,

      1846 - Seltener großer Atlas, dessen von Weiland gezeichneten Karten 1837-1846 (meist 1846) datiert sind.- Enthält 3 Weltkarten, 42 Karten von Europa (davon 15 von Deutschland), 8 von Asien, 7 von Afrika, 6 von Amerika und 2 von Australien. 7 Karten mit meist alt restaurierten Randeinrissen (Die Erde, Deutschland, Ungarn, Preussen, Frankreich, Russland, Westliches Mittelafrika).- Verblasster Feuchtfleck in der Karte 'Das Osmanische Reich'.- Dezente Paginierung von alter Hand im Inhaltsverzeichnis und auf den weißen Kartenvorderseiten, gestochener Titel mit leichtem Feuchtfleck im oberen Innensteg.- Teilweise etwas fingerfleckig im weißen Außenrand.- Die letzten beiden Karten 'Der gestirnte Himmel' und 'Planetensystem der Sonne' fehlen. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Guida di Fiesole e suoi dintorni.

      Pezzati,, Firenze, 1846 - cm. 21, pp. xlv, 297 (1). Con 20 belle tavole di vedute fuori testo incise all'acquatinta ed una grande tavola rip. in litografia con 6 figure che riguardano la parte antica della città di Fiesole. Solida ed elegante legatura del tempo in mezza pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli in oro. Qualche fioritura alle carte di testo, ma esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Testo italiano e francese. Edizione originale di questa rara e ricercata guida illustrata dalle tavole di Telemaco Bonaiuti. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        (ASL) re: Legislative Council Chamber - Autograph Document Signed Thomas Chandler Haliburton

      1846. 1st. No binding. Good. Autographed document signed. 7.25" x 9" 1 page 2 sidedLegislative Council Chamber. 26 January 1846. Instructing members of the legislature to attend the next session.Note on top left was missing paper with a tissue replacement now. The signature had a paper tear through part of the last name and along a fold, both now repaired. Good condition otherwise.Pencil writing on bottom portion unreadable. "Haliburton was the first Canadian author to acquire an international reputation, and the first colonial writer to be awarded an honorary degree by Oxford (1858). Born and educated in Nova Scotia, he was called to the bar in 1820, practiced law in Annapolis, and in 1826 was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia. In 1829 he was appointed a judge of the Court of Common Pleas, and in 1841 he was promoted to the Supreme Court in Nova Scotia. He retired and moved to England in 1856. Haliburton was the first writer who used the American dialect, and according to Artemus Ward, founded the American school of humour." (DNB).

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      London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1846. First edition. Boud in wavy green calf, morocco onlays on spine, marbled endpapers. 165pp. All edges nicely marbled. Spine has been rebacked retaining a large part of the original binding, but leaving some unfilled spaces. An interesting presentatiion appears on the front free fly which we can't quite make out: "Mrs ---ssicut--, Fom her attaced friend, B----chen Hale, Jan 31st, 1859, LMcD." Louisa MacDonald?

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        Pleading and Practice of the High Court of Chancery

      Boston, C. C. Little And J. Brown, 1846, Hardback, First American EditionFull, contemporary aniline calf, recased. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a contrrasting Morocco, gilt-blocked title label. An exceptional example; of presentation quality - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 676 pages; From the Second London Edition. Subjects: Great Britain. Court of chancery. Equity pleading and procedure --Great Britain & the United States.

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