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        Karnac

      Sketches in Egypt and Nubia, from Drawings made on the Spot. Francis Graham Moon. 1846. - Lithograph. Hand coloured. Size: 36 x 53 cm. Fine condition. Mounted size: 53 x 68.4cm Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to "serve me for the rest of my life" (Roberts, eastern journal, 28 Jan 1839). Over the next decade he made "a series of intire new drawings" for the large coloured lithographs executed by Louis Haghe for The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt & Nubia, which was originally published by subscription, 1842-9. No publication before this had presented so comprehensive a series of views of the monuments, landscape, and people of the Near East. "Robert's Holy Land was one of the most important and elaborate ventures of nineteenth-century publishing, and it was the apotheosis of the tinted lithograph" (Abbey, Travel). Abbey, Travel, 272; Gay 2216; Ibrahim-Hilmy, II, p.176; Lipperheide 1591; Tooley (1954) 402.

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        Med. Dr. Joh. Wilh. Helfer's hinterlassene Sammlungen aus Vorder- und Hinter-Indien. Nach seinem Tode im Auftrag des böhm. National-Museums unter Mitwirkung Mehrerer bearbeitet und herausgegeben von H. M. Schmidt-Göbel/ Faunula Coleopterorum Birmaniae adjectis nonnullis Bengaliae indigenis.

      Prag, Gottlieb Haase Söhne, 1846. 8vo (274 x 190mm). pp. viii, 94, with 3 engraved plates. Later half calf, gilt lettered spine. All published. Text both in German and Latin.//Horn-Schenkling 19599.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        THE ILLUMINATED GEMS OF SACRED POETRY.

      Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, [?]. 1846 - 164pp. Chromolithographic and engraved titlepages plus twenty-six color illuminated capitals and colored "finis" plate. Plus five steel engraved plates, including frontis. 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. McGRATH, pp.106, 121.

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        [Op. 67]. Cinquième Symphonie à grand Orchestre... Op. 67. Partition. [Full score]

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN] 4302. [not before 1846]. Octavo. Modern blue half cloth with marbled boards, original dark yellow printed wrappers bound in. 1f. (title), 182 pp. Engraved. Price: "3 Thlr." With printed note to title: "Enrégistré aux archives de l'Union" and with another printed note to head of p. 108: "Anmerkung: Der zweite und dritte Takt dieser Seite sind durch einen Stichfehler entstanden und kommen nach einer früher übersehenen Correctur Beethoven's in Wegfall. Vergleiche Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung, Jahrgang 48, Seite 461" [Note: The second and third measure of this page have originated from an engraver's error and should be omitted according to a formerly missed correction by Beethoven. Compare to Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung 48, p. 461].Wrappers somewhat worn and soiled. Professional paper repair to inner margin of title; some dampstaining throughout; edges slightly browned. . First Edition, later issue, printed from the original plates, but with a new engraved title and the addition of the printed note to p. 108. Kinsky p. 160. Not in Hoboken.The printed note on p. 108 refers to volume 48 of Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung (1846); the note in German strikingly contrasts to the title page in French, testifying to the emerging status of the German language as a musical lingua franca of the later nineteenth century.

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        THE LITERARY WORKS OF SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. By Henry William Beechey. Signed.

      Henry G. Bohn, London 1846 - Signed by Krieghoff on the title page of both volumes. New and Improved Edition. Two Volumes, sm. 8vo., 462 + 459pp. Frontispiece engraving of Reynolds in Vol. I. Brown embossed cloth covered boards, decorated in gilt at the spine. A very good set with neatly executed light conservation at the extremities of the spines, one endpaper refreshed. Krieghoff, [1815 - 1872], the consummate portrayer of finely detailed , carefully composed anecdotal scenes of English & French Canadian life associated himself with this great English master through his writings & musings about life & craft; the younger Krieghoff doubtless influenced by Reynolds' commentaries on landscape & historical painting. An excellent Association Copy linking these two great artistic figures. Custom embossed brown cloth slipcase. Books signed by Krieghoff are rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        [Op. 62]. Deux Nocturnes pour le Piano à Mademoiselle R. de Könneritz... Op. 62

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel... Paris: Brandus & Co... Londres: Wessel: [PN] 7547. [1846]. Folio. Disbound, with remnants of sewing. 1f. (title), 3-13, [i] (blank) pp. Title lithographed, music engraved. Price: "22 1/2 Ngr." Publisher's handstamp to foot of title.& & Former owner's handstamp (?"RH") to first page of music. Extensive fingering and other annotations added in pencil, with verbal directives in German, in at least two different hands (one of them in German cursive). & & Slightly worn, soiled and creased; some offsetting. . First German edition. Grabowski-Rink 62–1-B&H. Chomi ski-Tur o p. 149. Hoboken 4, 441.

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        Op. 62]. Deux Nocturnes pour le Piano à Mademoiselle R. de Könneritz. Op. 62

      [PN] 7547 [1846], Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel. Paris: Brandus & Co. Londres: Wessel - First German edition. Grabowski-Rink 62–1-B&H. Chomi ski-Tur o p. 149. Hoboken 4, 441. Folio. Disbound, with remnants of sewing. 1f. (title), 3-13, [i] (blank) pp. Title lithographed, music engraved. Price: "22 1/2 Ngr." Publisher's handstamp to foot of title.Former owner's handstamp (?"RH") to first page of music. Extensive fingering and other annotations added in pencil, with verbal directives in German, in at least two different hands (one of them in German cursive). Slightly worn, soiled and creased; some offsetting. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Secretary of State James Buchanan asks U.S. Chargé d?Affairs to Sweden Henry W. Ellsworth to investigate the unresolved claim of reparations against Sweden for the seizure in 1799 of a U.S. brig in a harbor of St. Bartholomews, a Swedish colony in the Caribbean

      Autograph Manuscript, 2 pages, 8? x 13.25?, front & verso, 1846. Docketed in unknown hand on verso of blank integral sheet, ?Jas. Buchanan / 1846.? On watermarked laid paper. Headed ?Extract of a dispatch from the Department of State to Mr. Ellsworth, dated April 30th 1846.? Henry W. Ellsworth (1814-1864), grandson of the Chief Justice, was U.S. Chargé d'Affaires in Sweden from 1845-1861. Serving at the court of Sweden and Norway, he resided at Stockholm. Written in unknown hand. In part, ?I transmit herewith a copy of a letter from Mr. Ely Warner, of Chester, Connecticut ... relating to an old claim in the case of the Brig Matilda, captured in 1799, by French privateers in the harbor of Gustavia, Island of St. Bartholomews, and afterwards condemned, as enemy?s property, at St. Martins ... From a communication, respecting this case, which was made on the fifth of January, 1809, by Mr. Madison, then Secretary of State, to the Hon. Mr. Champion, of the House of Representa

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        The inhalation of an ethereal vapour to prevent sensibility to pain during surgical operations (pp.356-359). + Peirson, A.L.: Surgical Operations with the aid of the "New Gas" (pp.362-363).

      . Boston Med. Surg. J., 35/18. - Boston, Wednesday, December 2, 1846, 8°, pp.349-368, orig. wrappers in a fine slip case.. First Edition, in the extreme rare original wrappers! - Upon the advice of friends, Morton, through his agent, Edward Warren, presented a memorial to the 29th Congress, 2nd Session, to have his priority to the ether discovery established and to request an award for the use of his patent (U.S. Patent No. 4848, November 12, 1846), which at that time was so important for the use of ether to provide comfort and care to those wounded in the war with Mexico. This first of many presentations to the U.S. Congress was heard by the Select Committee of the House of Representatives, consisting of five members, four of whom were physicians.* They listened but made no report, and their deliberations were not published. Members of the committee were apparently confused by the slanderous campaign against Morton by a group of dentists and a few physicians in Boston and vicinity, led by Josiah F. Flagg (1789-1853), a practicing dentist. This group's effort came to be known as the "Dental Manifesto" and was effective in ruining Morton's reputation, dental practice and income. -cf. Eugene H. Conner - On the back cover we find W.T.G.Mortons add "To Surgeons and Physicians" and M.P.Hanson's add "Surgical Operations without Pain" - "M.P.Hanson, M.D., 10 Tremont Temple, Boston, is preapared to furnish Dentists and Surgeons generally with apparatus and instructions for the use of the COMPOUND VAPOR ANODYNE. All necessary instructions can be communicated by letter and apparatus sent by express. Terms low. Orders my be sent to my room, or to N.Hunt, Agent 128 Washington St.; Dec.2--if."

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S]
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        La France au XIXe siècle, illustrée dans ses monuments et ses plus beaux sites.

      London by Fisher Fils et Cie. H. Mandeville à Paris.1846. 3 voll. 108-88-100pp.with 3 frontisp.,3 engr.title p. and 90 steelengr.plts.

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        Map of the Territory of New Mexico

      War Department, Washington DC - Black-and-white topographical map of the rivers, roads, towns and Native American tribes. Sheet size: 27 3/4 x 21". Inventory#: p618pmat. Published by order of the War Department. Corps of Topographical Engineers. Made by order of Brig. Gen. S.W. Kearny, under instructions from Lieut. W. H. Emory, U. S. T. E. by Lieut's J. W. Abert and W. G. Peck, U. S. T. E. 1846-7. G. B. Graham's lith. Washington. Data: The road from the direction of Bent's Fort to Santa Fe and from Santa Fe to Taos and the astronomical positions given on the map are from the unpublished map of Lieut. Emory.except the Latitude of Taos by Lieut. Warner U. S. T. E. Topographical sketched by Lieut. W. G. Peck, T. E. This map is connected with the map of Senate Document No. 438; 2nd Session, 29th Congress. William Hemsley Emory and James William Abert did distinguished surveys in the west. Emory's biography can be found in DAB. William Guy Peck became a much-published mathematician and professor at Columbia University. 0

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        Storia privata e politica d' Abd-el-Kader.

      Bologna, Giuseppe Tiocchi, 1846. - 8vo. 277, (3) pp. With engr. portrait and folding lithogr. manuscript facsimile. Contemp. marbled green half cloth with giltstamped spine title. Early study of the Algerian rebel Abd el-Qadir, the Emir of Mascara (1807-83), published at the height of his insurrection against the French invaders. On 21 December 1847, after being denied refuge in Morocco because of French diplomatic and military pressure on its leaders, `Abd al-Qadir surrendered to General Louis de Lamoricière in exchange for the promise that he would be allowed to go to Alexandria or Acre. Two days later, his surrender was made official to the French Governor-General of Algeria, Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale. The French government refused to honour Lamoricière's promise and `Abd Al-Qadir was exiled to France. - Binding rubbed; some brownstaining to interior. Rare. OCLC 48656095. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Military Laws of the United States : Including Those Relating to the Army, Marine Corps, Volunteers, Militia, and to Bounty Lands and Pensions : To Which Is Prefixed the Rules and Articles of War, and the Constitution of the United States

      Washington City : George Templeman, 1846. Hardcover. Very Good. Third Edition. xxxii, 311 p. ; 24 cm. 8vo. Rebound in modern leather and marbled boards. Tight binding and good cover. Contemporary named on title page of William Muehlin. Clean, unmarked pages with minimal toning. Please feel free to view our photographs of this beautifully rare book. <br><br> This third edition of Military Laws was updated and rushed out upon the advent of the War between Mexico in 1846.

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        A Map of Scotland Divided into Counties Shewing The principal Roads, Railways, Rivers, Canals, Lochs, Mountains, Islands, &c. on a Scale of Five Miles to an Inch.

      1846 - London: Samuel Lewis, c.1846. Steel engraving with original colour. Six sheets, dissected and laid on linen in three horizontal sections. Each section 645 x 1340mm, total if joined 1935 x 1340mm. Each section folded into original morocco gilt covers. Covers worn. A superbly-detailed map of Scotland, a true group effort: the map itself was drawn by Frederick Carrington, the hatchuring of the many hills by George William Carrington; the printing plate was a mixture of engraving by John Dower and etching by Thomas Harwood; but the vignette of Melrose Abbey was drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved by Henry Griffiths. It was published as the map to accompany Samuel Lewis's 'Topographical Dictionary of Scotland'. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        To Surgeons and Physicians

      . Boston Med. Surg. J., 35/17. - Boston, Wednesday, November 25, 1846, 8°, pp.329-348, orig. wrappers, boxed in a fine slip case.. First Edition - Very Rare, only on the original wrappers! - The first printed document issued by Morton is a single-page folded sheet addressed "To Surgeons and Physicians" stating that the "Subscriber" is prepared to furnish "a person fully competent to administer his compounds." Two copies have been traced, one in Massachusetts Historical Society, addressed to Dr.J. Masson Warren, bears a postmark dated November 20 (1846), the other at the Essex Institute , Salem, Mass, addressed to Dr. Henry Wheatland, Salem Mass., postmarked "Boston, Nov.23." - The same day Morton also published a notice in the Boston Evening Transcript, stating that he has applied for Letters Patent. - The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Nov. 25, 1846. Notice headed "To Surgeons and Physicians", on back Advertising Sheet. The text is the same as No.1 above, but Morton adds in a postscript: "Surgeons and Physicians who may wish to witness this effect of the new agent, are respectfully invited to call at my rooms. In the next No. of the Journal a name for this new operation will be given." There is also a second notice by Morton on this page offering instruction in Dentistry." -cf. Keys. The History of Surgical Anesthesia, Appendix: The Morton and Warren Tracts on Ether (Letheon), p.179; Fulton No. 3

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        Oeuvres choisies. Etudes de moeurs contemporaines. Les Enfants terribles-Les Lorettes-Les Actrices-Fourberies de femmes en matière de sentiment-Clichy-Paris le soir-Le Carnaval à Paris-Paris le matin-Les Etudiants de Paris-Vie de jeune homme-débardeurs

      Hetzel, Paris - 1846 - 1848. Quatre tomes en deux volumes in-4 (274 x 185 mm), maroquin rouge, dos lisse, double filet entourant les plats, pointillés sur les coupes, double filet intérieur, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque signée Maglehose, à Glasgow). Ex-libris Alexander Dennistoun. (quelques défauts, pliure sur l'angle supérieur des 15 premiers feuillets tome 1, rousseurs tome 2). // 1846 - 1848. Four volumes bound in two quarto (274 x 185 mm), red morocco, smooth spine, double gilt fillet border on covers, gilt dots on turns-in, double fillet inside (contemporary binding signed Maglehose, in Glasgow). Provenance Alexander Dennistoun. (some defects, folding on top corner of 15 first leaves volume 1, brownings in volume 2).

      [Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, founded 1860]
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        [Op. 62]. Deux Nocturnes pour le Piano à Mademoiselle R. de Könneritz... Op. 62

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel... Paris: Brandus & Co... Londres: Wessel: [PN] 7547. [1846]. Folio. Disbound, with remnants of sewing. 1f. (title), 3-13, [i] (blank) pp. Title lithographed, music engraved. Price: "22 1/2 Ngr." Publisher&#39;s handstamp to foot of title.&#11;&#11;Former owner&#39;s handstamp (?"RH") to first page of music. Extensive fingering and other annotations added in pencil, with verbal directives in German, in at least two different hands (one of them in German cursive). &#11;&#11;Slightly worn, soiled and creased; some offsetting. . First German edition. Grabowski-Rink 62&#150;1-B&H. Chomi ski-Tur o p. 149. Hoboken 4, 441.

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        [Op. 62]. Deux Nocturnes pour le Piano a Mademoiselle R. de Könneritz... Op. 62

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel... Paris: Brandus & Co... Londres: Wessel [PN] 7547 [1846]. Folio. Disbound, with remnants of sewing. 1f. (title), 3-13, [i] (blank) pp. Title lithographed, music engraved. Price: "22 1/2 Ngr." Publisher's handstamp to foot of title. Former owner's handstamp (?"RH") to first page of music. Extensive fingering and other annotations added in pencil, with verbal directives in German, in at least two different hands (one of them in German cursive). Slightly worn, soiled and creased; some offsetting.. First German edition. Grabowski-Rink 62-1-B&H. Chomi ski-Tur o p. 149. Hoboken 4, 441.

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        Württembergisches Wappenbuch oder die Wappen des immatriculirten Adels im Königreich Württemberg. Nebst einer heraldischen Beschreibung der Wappen und kurzen historisch-genealogischen Notizen. .

      Halle a. d. S, Graeger, 1846 - Kl.4°, Fronti., 3 Bl., 64 S., 117 farb. lithographierten Taf. (Mit 248 Wappen ), Kart. mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel, Etwas stock- u fingerfleckig, einige Seiten wasserrändig, im Gelenk etwas locker, itrotzdem gutes Exemplar. (Heyd Bibliographie der württembergischen Geschichte 6769). 2500 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Württembergisches Wappenbuch oder die Wappen des immatriculierten Adels im Königreich Württemberg. Nebst einer heraldischen Beschreibung der Wappen und kurzen historisch-genealogischen Notizen

      - Graeger, Halle, 1846. 64 Seiten mit 247 Wappen auf 117 farbig lithographischen Tafel 3 Blatt, Pappband der Zeit, quart, (verzogen/Gelenke angeplatzt/stockfleckig/1. Tafel mit Randeinriss) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Baiersche Mädchen". Zwei junge Mädchen in Münchner Tracht bei einer Brotzeit mit Bier und Radi im Englischen Garten, im Hintergrund Gasthaus beim Chinesischen Turm und zahlreiche Besucher.

      . Lithographie von G. Müller nach Wahnschaffe, 1846, 39 x 32,5 cm.. Das bekannte Blatt aus dem Englischen Garten!

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        The American Journal of Science and Arts, Second Series, Volumes 1-10 (1846-1850)

      New Haven: Printed for the Editors by B.L. Hamlen, Printer to Yale College. (1846-1850). First. Periodical. Second Series, Volumes 1-10 (bound in five separate full linen cloth volumes). Octavos. Illustrated with plates and maps, some folding. Ex-library set with gilt spine titles, bookplates, and a few scattered ink stamps, else very good. Owned and edited by Benjamin Silliman, professor of chemistry and natural history at Yale College, "Silliman&#39;s Journal" was the world&#39;s leading scientific journal in the first half of the 19th Century. This set features Silliman&#39;s printed correspondence with distinguished scientists throughout the world, and numerous papers on American geology, topography, botany, and zoology. .

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        STATE OF MAINE, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, AUGUSTA, MAY 29, 1846. TO THE CITIZENS OF MAINE...STATE OF MAINE. HEAD QUARTERS, AUGUSTA, MAY 29, 1846. GENERAL ORDER...[caption titles]

      [Augusta, Me. 1846].. [2]pp., on bifolium sheet of blue paper. Printed on rectos of each leaf only. Early soft creases from folding. Tiny separations at cross-folds. Small bit of discoloration on second page. Very good. Message from governor of Maine H.J. Anderson and general order from Alfred Redington, Commander in Chief of the Maine militia, calling volunteers to arms in the Mexican- American War. Anderson explains that "the repeated and long continued efforts of the National Government to effect an amicable settlement of the differences with the government of Mexico, have unfortunately proved unavailing," resulting in the American declaration of war. Anderson notes that the President has requested one regiment of infantry from Maine, and writes that he has no doubt "that the patriotic citizens of this State will promptly respond to the call of the general government for aid in defending any portion of its territory." Redington&#39;s general order lists the positions in the infantry volunteer corps being assembled and transmits instructions for volunteers. "Maine, although distant from the scene of the conflict, will be as prompt as any of her sister States in repelling the forces of the invader. Her patriotic citizens will be as ready to vindicate rights upon the Rio Grande, as upon their own immediate territory. Their love of country knows no section, but embraces the entire boundaries of the Republic" - Redington.

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        THE LANCET. A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and Chemical Science, Criticism, Literature and News. In Two Volumes Annually

      London, printed for the editor and published by John Churchill, 1846.. 2 volumes for 1846, complete set, 4to, approximately 280 x 195 mm, 11 x 7½ inches, illustrations and diagrams in the text, pages: (2), 726; (2), 714, both volumes include index at rear, bound in original publisher&#39;s dark green diamond grain blind stamped cloth, gilt lettered spine. Spines very slightly faded, gilt bright, armorial bookplate on front pastedown, light spotting to endpapers and to title page of Volume 2, occasional small red ink stamp of the Lancet Newspaper to lower corners, occasional very light browning, pale foxing and creasing. A very good set in the original publisher&#39;s cloth. In Volume 2 December 26 there is a brief mention of the discovery by surgeons in Boston USA of the anaesthetic properties of ether; Punishment by Flogging, The Medical History of the late Frederick J. White Hussars; Military Flogging and its Effects on the Blood; The Frauds of Mesmerism; Commentary on the Hindoo System of Medicine; Duty of the Profession to Exterminate Quackery; The Royal Society, and Anatomy of the Duck-Billed Platypus, etc, etc.MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Typee: a Peep at Polynesian Life. During a Four Months' Residence in a Valley of the Marquesa

      New York Wiley & Putnam; London: John Murray, New York and London 1846 - Original black morocco leather with raised bands and rulling and gilt lettering on spine. Black pebbled cloth boards. The spine has chipping to the crown and the leather is starting to split but is still presentable. The book appears to have been extensively touched up with black coloring. Half title page has top inch replaced with modern paper. Dedication page has pink ink marginalia which reads "The next year after 'Typee' appeared, Mr. Melville married Judge Shaw's daughter. The book is dedicated to Lemuel Shaw. Two volumes in one, as issued. 19th century penciled marginalia on several pages. Sporadic foxing as is not uncommon. 307pp. Page 163 misnumbered as 463. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Learn to Obey

      New York: Published by Lane & Tippett, for the Sunday-School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 1846. First. First edition. 24mo. String-tied printed blue-green wrappers. Contemporary gift inscription on the verso of the rear wrap, light soiling to the wrappers, and moderate foxing throughout the text. A chapbook for children on obedience. OCLC locates no copies of the book in U.S. libraries, only microfilm versions copied from the copy in the Bodleian Library. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England, from the Earliest Times till the Reign of King George IV. Eight Volumes

      John Murray, Albemarle Street 1846-69, London - 3/4 crimson morocco, gilt, Law Society prize binding; sound The most famous of all works devoted to England's Lord Chancellors, described as a work which "challenge[s] comparison with the best biographies in the language"; with the eighth index volume, printed in 1869, in a variant binding [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Signature of Margaret Fuller

      New York. 1846. Full signature, "Sarah Margaret Fuller / New York. 24th August. 1846." on white paper, 6 5/16 x 4 1/4", some soiling from glue from previous mounting, edges of paper folded back on three sides and glued down for previous mounting, traces of folds, else very good with signature uncharacteristically large for Fuller. Housed in custom-made red morocco and cloth clamshell box, the author&#39;s name in gilt on the paneled spine which has four gilt tooled fleurons.& It is hard to overstate the importance of Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) in the history of women&#39;s rights in the United States. She was a leading thinker in the nineteenth century, a major influence on Transcendental thought. She edited the Transcendental journal The Dial and was as much a part of that group as Emerson or Thoreau. In fact, Emerson, W.H. Channing, who was Thoreau&#39;s first biographer and Fuller&#39;s brother-in-law, and James Freeman Clark edited these journals after her untimely death at sea in 1850 at age 40. Emerson, on learning of her death, sent Thoreau to the site of the shipwreck to search for her manuscripts and personal belongings. Her 1845 book, WOMAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY is considered the first important American book advocating women&#39;s rights.& On August 1, 1846, Margaret Fuller sailed on the S.S. Cambria from New York for Liverpool. She had been planning this trip, accompanied by Marcus and Rebecca Spring, since perhaps as early as the fall of 1845. She was working for Greeley&#39;s Tribune and was to be paid an article - twice the going rate! She sent her first letter on August 23, 1846 from Ambleside, Westmoreland. Her second letter for the Tribune was dated August 27, 1846. Both were published in the Tribune and later collected in AT HOME AND ABROAD published in 1856 and edited by her brother, Arthur. These Tribune articles made Fuller the first American foreign correspondent. Fuller, At Home and Abroad, or Things and Thoughts in America and Europe, pp. 119-33. Blanchard, Margaret Fuller From Transcendentalism to Revolution, pp. 243-50. <br>See an <A HREF= http://www.bookrouter.com/im/juvelisbks/8475.jpg >Image.</A><br>

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        PRAIRIEDOM: RAMBLES AND SCRAMBLES IN TEXAS OR NEW ESTRÉMADURA. BY A SUTHRON. WITH A MAP.

      New York. 1846. - [4],vi,[11]-166pp. including map. Later three-quarter calf and marbled boards. Bookplate on front pastedown. Ink stamps on front and rear endpapers. Light foxing on early leaves. Overall very good. Second edition, after the first of the year before. An account of Page's travels, undertaken in the spring of 1839, from the Sabine via Nacogdoches, Houston and Bastrop to San Antonio, returning to Houston by way of Texana and Goliad. "[This account] brings back to us now in a charming fashion the Texas of 1839" - Streeter. Dr. Page was a graduate of Harvard Medical School. The engraved map, which shows eastern Texas only, is different from the map in the first edition, which shows Mexico, with an inset of Texas. HOWES P9, "aa." STREETER TEXAS 1604 (note). RAINES, p.167. RADER 2568 (1st ed). CLARK III:221. SABIN 93969.

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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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        ÉPISODES CÉLÈBRES DE LA RÉVOLUTION DANS LES PROVINCES. [.]. Par une société de gens de lettres. Magnifique édition illustrée de portraits et de dessins teintés.

      1846 - Marseille, Mengelle et Laveirarié, 1846-47. Trois volumes grand in-8 (165 X 237) demi-basane fauve, dos lisse orné de chainette dorée surlignée de filets perlés en place des nerfs, fleuron central, guirlande dorée en queue et tête, tranches mouchetées (reliure de l'époque). Tome I : faux-titre, titre, (2) ff. de sommaire et table, 311 pages, 6 planches ; Tome II : faux-titre, titre, (2) ff. de sommaire et table, 311 pages, 7 planches ; Tome III : faux-titre, titre, (2) ff. de sommaire et table, 311 pages, 8 planches. Quelques rousseurs claires éparses. ÉDITION ORIGINALE illustrée de 21 BELLES PLANCHES hors-texte, la plupart lithographiées sur fond teinté. « Massacres de la Glacière à Avignon par Jules Deretz - Les Chouans par H. Bondhil - Episode inédit de la vie de Mirabeau, par Jules Deretz - Troubles de Nîmes, par P. Chastan - Siège et défense d'Huninge, par A. Lardier - Défense de Lille en 1792, par P. Chastan - Les Faux-Sauniers du Jura, par A. Lardier - Insurrection de la garnison de Strasbourg en 1815, par A. Lardier - Toulon pendant les Cent-Jours, par A. Lardier - Les Chauffeurs du Nord, par A. Lardier - Réaction thermidorienne dans le Midi, par A. Lardier - Siège de Toulon en 1793, par A. Lardier - Une exécution à Montpellier en 1815, par A. Lardier - Episodes Maritimes (Un abordage ; La Frégate la Danée ; Combat du Vaisseau le Rivoli) par A. Lardier ». BEL EXEMPLAIRE, grand de marges, de cet ouvrage bien relié à l'époque, COMPLET en trois volumes. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pleading and Practice of the High Court of Chancery

      Boston, C. C. Little And J. Brown 1846 - From the Second London Edition. Subjects: Great Britain. Court of chancery. Equity pleading and procedure --Great Britain & the United States. Full, 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. 2 Kg. 676 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND

      London, 1846-48: Bradbury & Evans In the original monthly parts; 20 parts in 19, Octavo. green pictorial wrappers. Twenty hand-colored steel plates by John Leech and woodcut illustrations in text. Complete but for one ad (for "The Battle of Life") in part VI. A very handsome and clean set, with a short closed tear to the rear wrap of part VIII; the rear wrap of part XVIII is from part XIX and XX and the rear wrap of part XIX and XX is from another part. Seldom seen in the original parts. Housed in a custom half-leather slipcase. Field, Page 130.. First Edition.

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        [Typee. ] Narrative of a Four Months' Residence among the Natives of a Valley of the Marquesa Islands; or, A Peep at Polynesian Life [with:] Omoo: A Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas

      London: John Murray, 1846-7. First editions of Melville's first two novels: Typee in first issue, p.19 l.1 reading "Pomarea"; Omoo with signature P present on p. 209 (BAL state A). 2 vols., 8vo. Map printed on p. [xviii] of first work; frontispiece chart in second work. Pp. [xviii], 285, [1, imprint]; [xiv], 321, [1, imprint]. Bound without ads. Nineteenth century half green calf and marbled boards, gilt spines, by Bowron, period spine labels. Front joint of Omoo a bit tender, else fine. Green cloth clamshell box. BAL 13652 & 13655; for Bowron, cf. Ramsden, London Bookbinders, p. 41; Packer, Bookbinders of Victorian London, p. 21 . Melville's first novel was based upon his experiences living in the Marquesas after he deserted from the whaler Acushnet in 1842. Published in England under the title Narrative of a Four Months' Residence, and in America shortly thereafter, Typee gained Melville an international reputation that was further cemented by Omoo

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        1. Typee or, A Narrative of Four Month's Residence Among the Natives of a Valley of The Marquesas Islands; or, A Peep at Polynesian Life. 2. Omoo : A Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas; A Sequel to Typee; or The Marquesas Islanders [Two Volumes]

      Published by John Murray, London Typee : First edition, second issue . Omoo : 1849 reprinted edition. 1846. - TYPEE : First edition, second issue of author's first book, without the terminal catalogue and with p. 19 line 1 reading 'Pomare'. With map on p. [xvii]. 8vo. xvi, ii, 285 [pp]. OMOO : 1849 reprinted edition. 8vo. xiii, 321 [pp]. In 1841 Melville sailed to the Pacific on board the 'Acushnet', which gave him much of the material for 'Moby Dick'. He deserted the ship when it reached the Marquesas Islands., was captured by cannibals, with whom he lived with for four months, and wrote about them eventually in 'Typee'. Escaping in an Australian whaler, the 'Lucy Ann', he was put ashore at Tahiti as one of the mutinous crew and later made the Society Islands the subject of his second book, 'Omoo'. Recently rebound pair are in matching 1/4 green calf, raised ribs on spine, matching green marble paper covered boards, burgundy and gilt title labels, yellow end papers. Name to head of both title pages. Typee is 5 mm taller and wider than Omoo. A VG condition bright pair, nicely bound with slight age darkening to page edges and with the odd blemish to a couple of pages. Member of the P.B.F.A. PACIFIC [OCEANIA] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

      John Murray London 1846 - 3/4 vellum, marbled bds. vellum spotted, ow a Very Good copy. BAL13652 1st Edition, 2nd issue, variant c of Melville's first book, with Typee on the spine label. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Collection of 16 autograph letters, all but 3 signed, to Luiz de António Abreu e Lima (1787-1871), 1º Visconde and 1º Conde de Carreira. On paper, in Portuguese.

      @, , 1829-1846. - Written in ink, in a small, even, legible hand. 16 letters, a total of 60 pages of text on 31 leaves. The final three letters lack at least one leaf each. 4° and 8º, unbound. Foldlines. Very fine. ---- Collection of 16 letters from the Barão (later Conde) de Rendufe, a high-ranking diplomat, to the Visconde (later Conde) de Carreira, a friend and contemporary in a similar position, with frank comments on the Portuguese scene during the Lutas Liberaes and their aftermath, 1829-1846. Rendufe provides witty, energetic eyewitness accounts of military actions, debates in the Portuguese parliament, a society wedding, and much more.By 1829, when the first letter of this collection was written, Simão da Silva Ferraz de Lima e Castro (1795-1857), Barão de Rendufe, was a rising star in the Portuguese diplomatic corps due to his dramatic actions during the battles between liberals and conservatives. In 1823, as @corregedor for the Rossio neighborhood of Lisbon, Silva Ferraz supported D. Miguel in the Vilafrancada movement to overturn the Constitution of 1820. As a reward he was named intendant-general of police in Lisbon. Soon, however, his habit of mitigating the punishment of liberals earned him the enmity of D. Miguel and his mother, D. Carlota Joaquina. In the Abrilada of 1824, when D. Miguel as commander-in-chief rebelled against D. João VI, Silva Ferraz suffered a mock execution and was thrown into prison after refusing to provide information on discussions between D. João and foreign powers. Upon D. João?s return, Silva Ferraz was named to the Conselho da Fazenda and elevated to the rank of Barão de Rendufe. Resigning from the police, he began his diplomatic career with a post to the Netherlands.After D. Miguel usurped the crown in 1828, Rendufe traveled throughout Europe seeking support for D. Maria II. Two of the letters in this collection, written in London in 1829, are from this period.Rendufe eventually sailed to the Azores to join the expeditionary force that D. Pedro was gathering to reinstate D. Maria II. The army landed at Mindelo, near Porto, in 1832. Porto was besieged by D. Miguel?s forces for a year, during which time Rendufe was dispatched once again to gather support for D. Maria from other European nations. Seven letters in the collection date from this period, offering insights into the organization of the expeditionary force and a frank look at those who were in charge. After D. Miguel was sent into exile, Rendufe was elected deputy to the Cortes. Three letters from Lisbon, dated 1834-1836, describe events in the capital and elsewhere in Portugal.Rendufe continued to ascend the diplomatic ranks. From February 1842 to November 1845 he served as Minister Plenipotentiary to Berlin, and during part of this period (1844) he was also Portuguese representative to the court of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, whose duke had married D. Maria II in 1836. He negotiated treaties of commerce and navigation with Prussia in 1844 and with several other German states in 1844 and 1845. When the Maria da Fonte movement broke out in April 1846, Rendufe was sent as minister plenipotentiary to Madrid. There he negotiated a treaty whereby the Spanish and English intervened to prevent D. Maria II from being deposed. A letter written in July 1846 from Madrid discusses uprisings in Vila Viçosa, Beira Alta, Minho, and Belém.Rendufe?s last diplomatic assignment was as Portuguese minister in Paris. Having retired in 1848, he married a wealthy Belgian noblewoman the following year. In 1852 he was elevated to the rank of Conde de Rendufe.Rendufe?s correspondent was Luiz de António Abreu e Lima (1787-1871), 1º Visconde and 1º Conde de Carreira. After serving in the army Abreu e Lima entered the diplomatic corps, with stints in London, Russia, and the Netherlands. D. Miguel dismissed him in 1828, but Abreu e Lima explained to the Dutch that he represented D. Maria, not D. Miguel. The queen?s government in exile in the Azores sent him in 1830 as the queen?s mi

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        Typee. ] Narrative of a Four Months' Residence among the Natives of a Valley of the Marquesa Islands; or, A Peep at Polynesian Life [with:] Omoo: A Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas

      London: John Murray, 1846-7 - Melville's first novel was based upon his experiences living in the Marquesas after he deserted from the whaler Acushnet in 1842. Published in England under the title Narrative of a Four Months' Residence, and in America shortly thereafter, Typee gained Melville an international reputation that was further cemented by Omoo First editions of Melville's first two novels: Typee in first issue, p.19 l.1 reading "Pomarea"; Omoo with signature P present on p. 209 (BAL state A). 2 vols., 8vo. Map printed on p. [xviii] of first work; frontispiece chart in second work. Pp. [xviii], 285, [1, imprint]; [xiv], 321, [1, imprint]. Bound without ads. Nineteenth century half green calf and marbled boards, gilt spines, by Bowron, period spine labels. Front joint of Omoo a bit tender, else fine. Green cloth clamshell box. BAL 13652 & 13655; for Bowron, cf. Ramsden, London Bookbinders, p. 41; Packer, Bookbinders of Victorian London, p. 21 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Sparpfennig. Aquarell auf Papier, r. u. signiert u.

      datiert 1846 - Verso zeitgen. Urheberetikett sowie handschriftlich betitelt. Sammlerstempel F. Baumgartner (Lugt 975). 25,5:19,5 cm Das Motiv m&#154;glicherweise unter dem Titel ÈDer erste Groschen Ç in Beziehung zu Eduard Ritters Gem&#138;lde ÈDer letzte GroschenÇ (Boetticher 14). Vgl. Koschatzky/Schneider-Henn, ÈAufstand und Idylle der BiedermeierzeitÇ, Mchn. 1990, Nrn. 71, 133-135

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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. Torino, 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". [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A history of British fossil mammals, and birds. Large paper copy

      John van Voorst, London 1846 - Owen, Richard (1804-92). A history of British fossil mammals and birds. xlvi, 560, [2, errata]pp. Folding table. Text wood-engravings. London: John van Voorst, 1846. 256 x 165 mm. Original dark green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, minor wear. First Edition, Large Paper Copy. Owen was conservator of the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons from 1842-56, and superintendent of British Museum's Departments of Natural History from 1856 until his retirement in 1883. An anti-Darwinist, Owen developed his own theory of evolution as species development according to divinely implanted laws; however, by the time of Darwin's death in 1889 Owen had come to acknowledge the validity of Darwin's theory of evolution of natural selection.Owen's interest in fossil mammals began in 1836 when he was asked to describe the fossil material brought back by Darwin from the Beagle voyage; his results were issued as Part I of the Zoology of the Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle (1840). Owen went on to publish several works on the subject, including the present one, which caused him to be compared favorably in the British press to Cuvier and von Humboldt. The production of a large paper version in addition to the regular edition was highly unusual for a scientific work published during this period. DSB. Rupke, Owen, p. 351. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1846 - First edition, Second issue of advertisement leaf. 8vo (161 x 103 mm). Engraved frontispiece and additional title by John Thompson and G. Dalziel respectively after Daniel Maclise, wood-engraved illustrations by G. and E. Dalziel, Thomas Williams, John Thompson, J. Swain and Groves after Richard Doyle, Clarkson Stanfield, John Leech, and Edwin Landseer. 174, [2, ads] pp. 2-page publisher's advertisement for New Edition of Oliver Twist at end. Original red fine-ribbed cloth, covers with decorative blind border surrounding central gilt vignette and lettering on upper, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, all edges gilt. Front hinge repaired, rear hinge starting; laid into a green full morocco gilt pull-off slipcase, with green chemise, by Root & Co. Booklabel of Lewis A. Hird. Provenance: Anderson Gallery, Feburary 18, 1929, Lot #33. Eckel, pp.119-120; Johnson, p. 573; Pope-Hennessy, Charles Dickens pp. 94, 98-99; Smith II: 6. A [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An ANTIQUARIAN RAMBLE In The STREETS Of LONDON, With Anecdotes of Their More Celebrated Residents.

      Richard Bentley,, London: 1846 - Gilt bright. Occasional edge chipping to some leaves. Vol I with period prior owner marginal pencil annotations. Withal, a square & tight VG+ set. Original publisher's green cloth bindings with gilt stamped title lettering to spine (professionally recased). 8vo. 1st edition. 2 volumes ([4], 414; [4], 465, [1] pp). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Doctrine et traitement homoeopathique des maladies chroniques. Par le Docteur S. Hahnemann, traduit de l&#39;allemand sur la dernière édition (1835), par A.-J.-L. Jourdan, Membre de l&#39;Académie Royale de Médecine. Seconde édition entièrement et considérablement augmentée

      Paris & Londre: J.-B. & H. Baillière,, 1846.. 3 volume, [iv], VIII, 635, [i]; [iv], 589;[iv], 648 pp. 8vo (14.5 x 22,5 cm). Contemporary dark brown half morocco, spine with 5, gilt rulled, raised bands; glt lettered (top of spine of the first volume with some loss of leather;som slight rubbing; 3 lower corners slightly bumped). ¶ Rozet A 366. The very rare second, (only a few copies in the WorldCat), and much expanded, edition of this important text. Hahnemann wrote this work in Paris during the last years of his life. In this work Hahnemann gives the history of 22 medicines and their application in chronic diseases. It is an indispensable complement to his "Organon". It is Hahnemann&#39;s last work, and includes in extension his "Psora-Lehre". --(A usual with the Baillière publication of this period, foxed throughout the volumes).

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        A Catalogue of the Names of the First Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut: With the Time of Their Arrival in the Colony and Their Standing in Society, Together With Their Place of Residence, as Far as Can Be Discovered By the Records. No. 1.

      Hartford: E. Gleason, 1846. 1st ed. - 8vo. Frontispiece engraved portrait of Hinman tipped in (by author?). 336 pp. Original 3/4 leather with marbled boards. Listed in Howes and Sabin, a work which was never completed. INSCRIBED with long notes by Hinman. On the second front free endpaper: "It is my desire that this book should be kept in my family as it is the only bound volume that I am aware was ever bound, of the five pamphlets I published, not be sold or loaned out of the family as the children when they advance in life will find it more interesting than when young. Royal K. Hinman" On the rear free endpaper: "Common names in North Wales, Evans, Hughes, Jones, Owens, Thomas, Williams. These are the most common , and the names of Griffiths, Lewis . . . Taken May 9 1848 &#151; by Samuel Olmstead, Professor at N. Y. R. R. Hinman". Front and rear boards detached but present, spine worn, text bright, very good. A very scarce volume and with signed notes, rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Storia Universale delle Missioni Cattoliche dal secolo XIII sino ai tempi nostri del B.ne Henrion Commendatore dell'ordine di San Gregorio Magno. PRIMA versione italiana con note critiche ed illustrative del traduttore. Dedicato al CLERO D'ITALIA.

      G. Pomba e C., Alessandro Fontana Editori, Torino 1846 - Opera in 3 volumi ( 2 di Testo e 1 di Tavole) in 4°picc. ( 18,5 x 28,5); pagine (12), 636; 688; (145 Tavole). Ricchissimo apparato iconografico costituito volume da : - 1 antiporta figurato (Litografia Doyen) - 20 ritratti - 119 tavole con 2 immagini per foglio dedicate a luoghi o fatti - 6 tavole geografiche ripiegate (Africa-Planisferio-Oceania-Asia-America Sett. - America Mer.) Testi interni disposti su 2 colonne, carte bianche e sanissime. Splendida legatura dell'epoca in mezza pella marrone con fregi impressi e dorati ai piatti; tagli e sguardie marmorizati. Opera nello stato di Ottimo

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        The Raven and Other Poems (Poe's Poems)

      Wiley & Putnam 1846 - First English Edition, using the sheets of the 1845 American Girst separate printing, with a new title page. The book is in nice shape, with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with light discolorization to the page edges. An attractive copy of Poe's famous poem "The Raven" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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