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        Recherches sur le mouvement d'Uranus

      1846 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. In: Comptes Rendus Acad. Sci. Fr. 22, June 1846, pp. 907-918. 4to. ---- <br><br> Sparrow, Milestones of Science 132. - In 1845 the astronomer and physicist Francois Arago encouraged Le Verrier to examine observed anomalies in the movements of the known planet Uranus. Le Verrier began by establishing a precise theory of Uranus which he demonstrated in his memoir "Recherches sur les Mouvements d&#39;Uranus" published in Volume 22, number 22. He showed that the discrepancies in the orbit of Uranus could not be explained by the gravitational effects of the Sun, Jupiter or Saturn, but were in fact caused by the presence of an as yet unknown planet within its orbit..

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        The Analysis of the Hunting Field; being a Series of Sketches of the Principal Characters that Compose One

      London: Ackermann, 1846. First. hardcover. near fine. Alken, Henry; Cook.. 6 hand colored plates plus colored vignette title by H(enry) Alken. 43 wood engraved text illustrations by Cook. Tall 8vo, full crimson morocco, elaborately decorated front and back in gilt with images of hounds, foxes and stylized foliage, red silk doublures, g.t. & gilt dentelles by Riviere; original red cloth cover & spine bound in; 4 pages of ads First issue, with plates dated November 1846; 2 armorial bookplates

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        LETTER FROM THE HON. JOHN Q. ADAMS, TO THE BANGOR COMMITTEE, ON THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN THE WEST INDIES.

      [Chicago. ca. 1846]. - pp.[89]-96. Disbound. Light soiling and wear. Good. A scarce printed letter from John Quincy Adams to the anti-slavery committee in Bangor, dated July 4, 1843, followed by a report from the Monroe, New York, DEMOCRAT about Adams' recent journey through the state. In his letter to the Bangor committee, Adams declines an invitation to speak, citing poor health, but contributes a "strong blast at the institution of slavery" (Byrd). "The extinction of SLAVERY from the face of the earth," Adams writes, "is a problem, moral, political, religious, which at this moment rocks the foundations of human society throughout the regions of civilized man. It is, indeed, nothing more nor less than the consummation of the Christian religion" (p.[89]). The letter first appeared in a regular issue of THE LIBERTY TREE (probably the December 1843 issue, according to Byrd) and was most likely printed separately (but retaining original pagination) along with other important documents from the first volume of that publication approximately three years later. THE LIBERTY TREE was a monthly anti-slavery periodical edited and published in Chicago by Zebina Eastman from 1843 to circa 1846. OCLC lists five copies - at the University of Chicago, the Libraries of the Claremont Colleges, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, Brown University, and Princeton. BYRD 1009.

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        Roman van Lancelot (XIIIe eeuw) naar het (eenig-bekende) handschrift der Koninklijke bibliotheek: op gezag van het gouvernement uitgegeven

      W. P. van Stockum, 's Gravenhage 1846 - Ixx, 323 + ccxiv, 282pp; complete in two volumes which are bound together in one volume. Volume I published in 1846; Volume II in 1849. Text in Dutch. Printed in three columns. Withdrawn from a museum library; interior clean and fine; leather spine and corners shelfworn and rubbed; bound in leather and marbled boards, with marbled endpapers. Dutch version of Chretien de Troyes' Arthurian "Lancelot". made by Lodewijk van Velhem (ca 1270 - ca 1326). A large, heavy book that will require additional shipping costs for all international orders. Ex-Library edition. Binding is Three-Quarter Leather. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NEWTON&#39;S PRINCIPIA. The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, by Sir Isaac Newton; Translated into English by Andrew Motte. To which is added Newton&#39;s System of the World; With a Portrait taken from the Bust in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. First American Edition. Carefully Revised and Corrected. With a life of the Author by N. W. Chittenden, M. A. &c

      New York:: Daniel Adee,, 1846. First American Edition. Very Good+. Very Good+ Stated First American Edition in the original green cloth binding with beveled edges, gilt lettering and decorations spine. Fourth Issue. Frontispiece bust portrait of Newton with tissue guard. Owner name, date ffep. Mild cover edge, spine tips wear. Hinges and joints are intact. 8vo. vii, [2], 10-581 pp.

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        Fine LS , 'Juan M. de Rosas' with a fine flourish, (in Spanish with translation), to Admiral Borrles, (Juan Manuel de, 1793-1877, Argentinian dictator 1835-1852)

      1846 - "thanking your Excellency most warmly for the fine and noble sense of duty you have shown towards me, by your Excellency's offering to Señor Dickson to arrange that a Telescope destined for me be received on board the Apollo, should it reach Falmouth in time . I take this pleasant and interesting occasion to send your Excellency my cordial and deep appreciation, and to ask you to believe me your Excellency's most devoted servant", 1 side folio and conjugate blank, Buenos Aires, 2nd July Rosas learnt first to read and write after he was married and already a successful cattle breeder. Having made an efficient fighting force of his Vaqueros against the Indians, his help was sought by contending political parties. He might have ruled his country till his death had not several of his generals and even his family defected, when they began to live in fear of his suspicions and violence, for which he has been compared with Rome's Caligula. Although Rosas finally sought exile in England, his relations with England were strained by his blockading the access to the Paranà, and long siege of Montevideo at this time, both affecting the extensive British and French trade there.

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        The Analysis of the Hunting Field; being a Series of Sketches of the Principal Characters that Compose One.

      Ackermann, London 1846 - First issue, with plates dated November 1846; 2 armorial bookplates 6 hand colored plates plus colored vignette title by H(enry) Alken. 43 wood engraved text illustrations by Cook. Tall 8vo, full crimson morocco, elaborately decorated front and back in gilt with images of hounds, foxes and stylized foliage, red silk doublures, g.t. & gilt dentelles by Riviere; original red cloth cover & spine bound in; 4 pages of ads [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ESPAÑA BAJO EL REINADO DE LA CASA DE BORBON. DESDE 1700, EN QUE SUBIO AL TRONO FELIPE V, HASTA LA MUERTE DE CARLOS III, ACAECIDA EN 1788.

      Establecimiento Tipográfico D. F. de P. Mellado., Madrid. 1846 - 4 tomos en 3 vol. Algo mareados. Trad., con notas, observaciones y un apéndice de J. de Salas y Quiroga. Enc. 1/2 piel. Cart. CONTRA REEMBOLSO, +5.00&#128; LIBRO EN ESPANOL [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Javier Fernández]
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        The American Angler&#39;s Guide

      New York: Burgess, Stringer & Co., and for sale by John J. Brown & Co at the Angler&#39;s Depot, 12 Fulton-street, 1846. Second edition. Printed by John R. M&#39;Gowan, Printer 128, Fulton Street. 18mo. Frontispiece, two woodcut plates of hooks. 224,[3 leaves of ads] pp. Green cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Some wear at head and tail of spine. Westwood & Satchell, p. 4; Goodspeed pp. 159-163; Henderson, p. 66- 67; Bruns B 253 ("a very rare item"); Wetzel, p. 113 . Sage Sale: &#39;said to be the first book on angling written by an American and printed in America." The book describes the more important American fish and how to catch them, Goodspeed noting that most interesting are "the chapters on tackle, baits, and the general practice of angling, for these tell something about American angling usages then prevalent." As Brown was a tackle dealer, it is not surprising that this area is among his chief concerns, and he goes into much useful and historical detail. A rare and important contribution to American angling

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Das wohlthätige Berlin. Geschichtlich-statistische Nachrichten über die Wohltätigkeits-Uebung Berlin s, zusammengestellt von Dr. Friedrich Gustav Lisco, Ritter des rothen Adler-Ordens.

      Berlin. G.W. F.Müller s Verlag, 1846. - mit zahlreichen tabellarischen Zusammenstellungen, 8°. 22,0 x 13,8 cm. IIL,462 (2) Seiten, In gutem Zustand. der zeitgenössische Einband berieben, an Rückenfalz und Rückenkapitalen mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen, die Einbandecken bestoßen, Schnitt etwas braunfleckig, interessante , seltene Berlin-Veröffentlichung. Einband mit Rückenschild und sparsamer Rückenvergoldung, Hardcover in Pappband, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leipziger Antiquariat]
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        Peep show picture. - Auffaltbares Guckkastenbild

      [ca. 1846].. 17,5 x 17 cm. Handkolor. Fünfteilige Stahlstiche. Erklärendes Textbl. in französ. Sprache a. d. Innendeckel ("Details succints sur le tunnel de la Tamise"). In zeitgen. Papiermappe mit Lasche. Das Bild zeigt die Eröffnungsfeierlichkeiten in Anwesenheit des Prince of Wales. Drei ausgestanzte Gucklöcher gewähren Einblicke in das Innere desTunnels sowie auf den Schiffsverkehr oberhalb. - Der Thames Tunnel ist der weltweit erste Unterwassertunnel. Erbaut von Th. Cochrane und I. Brunel wurde er nach meheren Überflutungen und einer siebenjährigen Bauunterbrechung 1843 fertigstellt. - The Thames Tunnel, the first underwater tunnel in the world, built beneath the River Thames in London, connecting Rotherhithe and Wapping. It was originally designed for, but never used by, horse-drawn carriages and now forms part of the London Overground railway. It was built between 1825 and 1843 by Thomas Cochrane and Marc Isambard Brunel and his son. The picture shows the ceremony of opening to public in the presence of the Prince of Wales on June 26th 1843.

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        ETCHINGS Of A WHALING CRUISE, With Notes of a Sojourn on the Island of Zanzibar. To Which is Appended a Brief History of the Whale Fishery, Its Past and Present Condition

      New York:: Harper & Brothers, Publishers.. 1846.. 8vo. 9-1/4" x 6". 1st edition (Howes B-877; Jenkins, p. 84; Lone 2; Sabin 8658; cf. Hill 197, for the subsequent 1846 London edition). INSCRIBED PRESENTATION copy from the author. xiii, [3], 580, 8 pp. 8 page publisher catalogue at rear.. Original publisher&#39;s brown cloth with gilt stamping to spine & boards stamped in blind.. Spine sun-tanned, though gilt still bright. Some wear @ the. extremities, with board showing at the tips. Ex-lib, with a quaint. 19th C. bookplate to front pastedown & unobtrusive circular blind-. stamp to top of t.p.; library number stamped to top of page iii.. Withal, a solid VG copy of this desirable book.. Browne&#39;s "... first book, and was written in large part to show what life was like on a whale ship, in order to better the lot of seamen. The narrative provides one of the few accounts we have of life in the whaling fleet of the 1840s, written by an intelligent and sensitive observer. Browne was influenced by Richard Henry Dana and, in turn, was imitated by Herman Melville." [Hill]. Inscribed copies of this classic work are quite uncommon on the commercial market; the last to come to auction was 1977. . Illustrated with a frontis, 12 full-page engravings (7 steel & 5 wood) & 20 intra-textual cuts.

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        Recherches sur le mouvement d'Uranus

      1846 - In: Comptes Rendus Acad. Sci. Fr. 22, June 1846, pp. 907-918. 4to. ---- Sparrow, Milestones of Science 132. - In 1845 the astronomer and physicist Francois Arago encouraged Le Verrier to examine observed anomalies in the movements of the known planet Uranus. Le Verrier began by establishing a precise theory of Uranus which he demonstrated in his memoir "Recherches sur les Mouvements d'Uranus" published in Volume 22, number 22. He showed that the discrepancies in the orbit of Uranus could not be explained by the gravitational effects of the Sun, Jupiter or Saturn, but were in fact caused by the presence of an as yet unknown planet within its orbit. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Baron`s Yule Feast: A Christmas-Rhyme

      London, Jeremiah How 1846.. Mit illustr. Titel. 3 Bll., 123 S., 12 S. Vlgs.-Werbung. - II. ders.: Eight letters to the young men of the working-classes. London, Watson 1855. 48 S. HLdr. d. Zt. Beide Werke in erster Ausgabe. - Berieben.

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        DUBLIN VIEW : Panorama of DUBLIN in 1846 with a brief historical memoir.

      London : Illustrated London News June 1846 - The eight page supplement "A Brief Historical Memoir of the City of Dublin from the Earliest Period to the Present Time; With a Notice of its Present Aspect and Condition" containing a huge [1032 x 386 mm] woodcut birds-eye [Balloon view] of the whole city from the south, engraved by Smyth and showing in great detail, houses, shipping,canals and railways. There is some strengthening to the back of the print along the folds with some discolouration and the top right has been trimmed close but without loss [and easily concealed by laying down and mounting.]

      [Bookseller: John L. Capes (Books) Established 1969]
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        Repertorium corporum organicorum, quae secundum atomisticam, procenticam et relativam compositionem, annotatis proprietatibus physicis et praecipuis, e quibus cognoscantur, fontibus, in ordinem disposita (.), I-III.

      Utrecht (Trajecti ad Rhenum), Kemink et Filium 1846 - Three parts in one volume. Quarto. Pp. xxiv, 114, (2), 117-134; 28, (2); 31-94. Appendix, extended indices. Bound in the original publisher's decorated boards, detached, paper backstrip worn off, text block loosening; bit dog-eared, large chip to upper corner of two adjoining leaves without loss. Good copy in the original state. ~ First complete edition. Extremely rare. In 1844 appeared an earlier version with less tables: "Er bestaat ook een uitgave van het Repertorium uit 1844, welke echter niet alle tabellen, die in de editie van 1846 voorkomen, bevat." (- "Het materiebegrip bij Buys Ballot". H. A. M. Snelders, Instituut voor Geschiedenis der Natuurwetenschappen. Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht en Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam). ~ Buys Ballot (1817-1890), Dutch meteorologist, professor of mathematics and of physics, founder (1854) of the Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Formulated in 1857 the Buys Ballot's Law.

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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        Oeuvres (complet 30 volumes)

      Furne et cie ch. gosselin, 1846. in8 Cartonné

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        Leicester, from Knighton Fields, Two tone, 1846, Lithograph,

      John Burton , Mercury Office,, Leicester, England 1846 - VERY Rare 1846 Print of, Leicester, from Knighton Fields, Two tone, Lithograph, Sold as a single piece of paper or as at present mounted /framed but Posted without glass. The print image is 280 x 430 mm. on paper 395 x 510mm. Plus 35mm for the frame Buy with confidence, support a genuine Independent Bricks & Mortar Real Bookshop and help to preserve our High streets as interesting places to shop. We are Maynard & Bradley CAMBO & PBFA(now lapsed) members here in Leicester City Centre, UK [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [ROSCOE, William]. THE BUTTERFLY'S BALL AND THE GRASSOPPER'S [sic] FEAST.

      [12] pages., 11 bearing wood-engraved illustrations, the first coloured by hand as issued. Original wrappers with repeat of title illustration and wording to upper cover, and with ad's to lower. Ex-libris Marjorie Moon, with her bookplate and loosely laid-in notes. An excellent copy.This exact copy was item 24 in the exihibiton of Marjorie Moon's children's books held at the Christ Church Picture Gallery, Oxford in 1994, and the same number in the catalogue that was published to accompany the exhibition.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        Dictionnaire universel de philologie sacree / par Hure. Suivi du Dictionnaire de la langue sainte ... ecrit en anglais par le Chevalier Leigh, tr. en francais et augm. de diverses remarques par Louis de Wolzoque [complete, 4 volumes in 2]

      Paris : J. -P. Migne, Editeur, 1846. Revised Edition. Physical description: 4v. In 2 ; 28 cm. Text in double columns. Subjects: Bible - Dictionaries. Bible. Latin - Dictionaries. Hebrew language - Dictionaries - French. French language - Dictionaries - Hebrew. Edition: "Rev. , augm. De nouveau et actualise´ par M. Tempestini." --title page. Language: French. Finely bound in modern leather-backed, marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spines. Raised bands. Water stain evident to title page of volume 1. Some very light marginal tanning to page margins as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        Entscheidungen des Koniglichen Geheimen Ober-Tribunals, herausgegeben im amtlichen Auftrage - Neue folge, erster band.

      Verlag von Carl Heymann 1846 - Binding fair, with top board detached but present. Pages Very Good+.; 8vo - 8" to 9" tall; 506 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The United Irishmen; Their Lives And Times.Third Series

      Dublin: James Duffy, 1846., 1846. 3 Volumes. 8vo. pp. xi, 418; 1 p.l., 350; vii, 318. 11 engraved portraits. untrimmed in original blind-stamped cloth (cloth somewhat soiled, some foxing to plates & adjacent leaves). First Edition.. F. Hardcover.

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        Le Rouge et le Noir.*

      Paris, publié par J. Hetzel 1846 - Chronique de XIXè siècle. Deuxième édition RARE. Paris, publié par J. Hetzel, 1846 - 468 pp. Reliure demi chagrin noir de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré. Quelques rousseurs. Bon état. Format in-12°(18x12). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mexico & Guatemala:

      Philadelphia.: S. Augustus Mitchell.. Copyright 1846.. Handcolored map, lithograph, 12 x 15 inches including decorative border on sheet 13 3/4 x 17 1/4 inches. Toning and light soiling to margins, archivally repaired tear entering the decorative border at centre of upper edge, pinholes in three corners, occasional light soiling in image. Good condition. A fascinating map of the "American West" before it was: the map, published at the start of the Mexican-American War, shows Mexico extending south of the Oregon Territory and east to the Rocky Mountains and Rio Grande, including the huge Mexican state "Upper or New California." It is from the 1846 edition of Mitchell&#39;s New Universal Atlas (with a plate number of 36 outside the neat line). The copyright line at lower centre reads: "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1846 by H.N. Burroughs, in the Clerk&#39;s Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania." There is an inset map "Valley of Mexico" at lower left and of Guatemala at upper right. A fascinating snapshot of the Western United States just prior to the California Gold Rush and the annexation of California. .

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        GALLERY OF CUTTINGS AND NEEDLE-WORK, EXECUTED WITHOUT HANDS, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY

      [Poughkeepsie, N.Y.]: American Press - 258 Main St., [ca. 1846].. Broadside, 10 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches. Ornamental border. Several ink stains, one of them causing small closed splits in the paper. Wrinkling and folds. Good. A marvelous and rare broadside, touting the talents of the amazing Martha Ann Honeywell, only three feet tall and born without arms. Miss Honeywell (ca. 1787-1848) was the most prominent and talented of a small group of armless artists who could create amazing needleworks and cuttings, including complicated embroidery and silhouettes. She toured around the country and to Europe, fascinating audiences with her talent and agility. From the text: "This interesting and talented Lady, born without arms, has acquired such extraordinary skill in the use of a common pair of Scissors, that by holding them in her mouth she is enabled to cut out of Paper the most curious and difficult designs ever attempted, or perhaps executed in the known world, such as Scripture Pieces, Likenesses of Distinguished Americans, together with a great variety of Watch Papers, Landscapes, and even the Lord&#39;s Prayer, perfectly legible. Not the outlines merely, but resembling engraving. She also writes the Lord&#39;s Prayer in a space that can be covered with a Five cent piece." The broadside mentions that "all her elegant work is for sale," and that the admission of twenty-five cents includes a complimentary profile. OCLC locates different broadsides advertising Ms. Honeywell&#39;s talents at the Library Company of Philadelphia and the New- York Historical Society, but the present piece appears to be unique. OCLC 221649313, 58787306 (ref).

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        REINEKE FUCHS (REYNARD THE FOX)

      Stuttgart und Tubingen: J. G. Cotta, 1846. First Edition. leather. Mild stain at the very outside margin to varying degrees throughout, never touching an image or the text. Light to moderate foxing with little effect on most of the engravings. The binding is rubbed at the edges and hinges with short splits at the base of the spine, but the covers are secure. Very Good copy of this attractive book. Wilhelm von KAULBACH. The scarce First Issue with the suppressed engraving at page 42. Folio (10-3/4" x 13-1/2") bound in full smooth-grained brown morocco with gilt-ruled borders, gilt-lettered and decorated spine, all edges gilt. A handsome edition of this classic in the original German language with an engraved title page and 36 full-page steel engravings by Wilhelm von Kaulbach.

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        THE BATTLE OF LIFE

      1846. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1846. 2 pp undated ads. Original red cloth pictorially decorated in gilt, all edges gilt. First Edition of Dickens&#39;s fourth Christmas book. This is an unusual tale in which two sisters love the same man, both ultimately settling in with him (though only one is married to him) -- according to Thackeray "a wretched affair." It is in fact quite autobiographical: Dickens loved Mary Hogarth, married her sister Catherine, and then was happy to have his household run by their sister Georgina.~This copy has the vignette title page in the second state, with "A Love Story" on a banner -- without an angel -- above the publisher&#39;s imprint (Todd&#39;s C2, with the "D" in "BRADBURY" slightly broken). The vast majority of copies (easily 90% we would say) is in the fourth state (with an angel holding the banner, and no publisher&#39;s imprint), and copies in the first and third state are virtually impossible to find.~This copy&#39;s condition is very good (minor wear at the spine ends, one small mark on the rear cover); atypically, the fragile original endpapers are not cracked. Smith II pp 60-65; Podeschi (Gimbel) A116.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Mannheim, 4. III. 1846. - 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An den Sänger Ludwig Cramolini (1805-1884): "Hätte ich nur einige Wochen früher erfahren, daß Du nicht mehr in Darmstadt Lust zu bleiben hast, so hätte ich mich mit der nemlichen Frage an Dich gewendet, die Du jetzt an mich stellst. Mittlerweilen sind aber zwei Tenoristen auf Gastrollen und Engagement eingeladen worden [.] Wir haben ein eigenes Unglück mit unserem Tenoristen. Ist einmal einer da, der gefällt, so lauft er entweder fort oder er verliert seine Stimme [.] Bei erprobt guten Tenoristen kommen wir entweder zu früh oder zu spät und so leidet die hies. Oper schon seit Jahren an diesem wunden Fleck. Übrigens ist ein Engagement wie in Darmstadt nicht leicht wieder gefunden, wegen des unschätzbaren Vortheils durch 4 od. 5 Monate hindurch sein eigener Herr zu seyn. Unannehmlichkeiten gibts an jedem Theater und ich glaube an sehr vielen mehr als in Darmstadt [.]". - Vinzenz Lachner, der Bruder Franz und Ignaz Lachners, wurde 1831 Organist in Wien, 1836 Hofkapellmeister in Mannheim. - Etwas fleckig und gebräunt; im Mittelfalz annähernd durchtrennt; Bl. 2 mit kleinem Ausriß durch Siegelbruch.

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        CALENDARIO GENERALE PE' REGII STATI COMPILATO D'ORDINE E CON PRIVILEGIO DI S.M. - ANNO XXIII- 1846

      TORINO, STAMPERIA SOCIALE DEGLI ARTISTI TIPOGRAFI, 1846Esemplare in ottime condizioni Eelegante legatura d'epoca in piena pelle alle armi sabaude ITALIANO Bella legatura d'epoca in piena pelle verde smeraldo; ai piatti: filetti, elegante bordura e stemma sabaudo  circondato  dal Collare dell'Annunziata e  sormontato da corona  reale; al dorso, titolo e data all'interno di elaborato fregio in oro; tagli dorati; dentelle interne, sguardie marmorizzate; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris della Biblioteca di V. Rochstol. XVI pagine numerate, comprese 1 carta bianca, il frontespizio con titolo e stemma sabaudo silografato e calendario con due mesi per facciata con segni zodiacali impressi a silografia in testa alle pagine; 725 pagine numerate; 1 carta non numerata per le correzioni; 1 carta bianca; a pagina 702, 1 tavola fuori testo più volte ripiegata, impressa a litografata raffigurante una grande carta geografica dell'italia ripresa fino al salernitano, titolata: CARTA DIMOSTRATIVA DELLE STRADE  FERRATE IN ITALIA GIA' COSTRUTTE ED IN ESERCIZIO...TORINO, 1845. Il Calendario Generale venne   pubblicato tra il 1824 e il 1881, lo studioso  Manno cita &ldquo;ampliò d'assai l'antico Palmaverde e diede, per qualche tempo, notevoli appendici storiche o statistiche&rdquo;. Utile repertorio che offre una vasta visione dell'entità e del funzionamento dei vari settori amministrativi del Regno Sardo-Piemontese, impreziosito dalla grande carta geografica ripiegata sulle ferrovie italiane del tempo. Esemplare in ottime condizioni conservative in elegante legatura alle armi.

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        THE MENAGERIE IMPROVED; THE ELDEST CHILD (TWO TITLES BOUND IN ONE) Written for the American Sunday-School Union, and Revised by the Committee of Publication

      Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union. Good. 1846 & 47. Hardcover. Two titles bound in one. The Menagerie Improved: 36 pages, 1847, with an engraving of a quadruped on nearly every page (animals described and engraved are: elephant, rhinoceros, camel, zebra, ant-eater, sloth, polar bear, ursine baboon, kangaroo, jackal, jerboa, pacos, beaver, crocodile, and goat). The Eldest Child: 24 pages, 1846, with engraved frontispiece. Black half cloth cover with paper spine label and with blue marbled paper covered boards has heavy wear to the extremities. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Former owner&#39;s names written in pencil and ink on front end sheets. Pages foxed but clean in good condition. 6" x 3.75". .

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        THE VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN JAMES COOK. Illustrated with Maps and Numerous Engravings on Wood. With an Appendix giving an Account of the Present Condition of the South Sea Islands, &c. in Two Volumes

      London:: WIlliam Smith,, 1846. Near Fine. TWO VOLUMES. Complete Set of this uncommon edition. Near Fine in contemporary full calf, gilt lettering and decorations. Spines in six compartments with two leather spine labels. Marbled endpapers, edges. Mild rubbing covers. Complete with added engraved title page, Fine engraved frontispiece portrait of Cook. Four maps (2 folding) and text woodcut illustrated vignettes. Inscribed by John Jacob Astor III to his wife, August Astor: "Augusta Astor from her affectionate J. J. A. Jan 1st 1847". Bookplates of William Waldorf Astor front paste-downs. Sm. 4to. xii, 596; xii, 620 pp.

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        Over-Population and its Remedy; or, An Enquiry into the extent and Causes of the Distress Prevailing Among the Labouring Classes of the british Islands, and into the Means of Remedying it

      London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1846., 1846. First Edition. Large 8vo.; pp. 446 + 32 of publisher&#39;s catalogue dated October 1845. Publisher&#39;s embossed brown cloth with gilt titles to spine; yellow end papers. Cloth water stained in specks. Neat owner&#39;s name. A remarkably sound and internally clean first printing of this rare and important book. William T. Thornton, English economist, was born at Burnham, Buckinghamshire, on the 14th of February 1813. In 1836 he obtained a clerkship in the London house of the East India Company. In 1858 he became secretary for public works in the India office, a post which he held till his death. He was created a C.B. in 1873. His works include Over-population and its Remedy (1846), in which he put forward a plan for colonizing Irish wastes by Irish peasants; A Plea for Peasant Proprietors (1848), in which his views were developed in greater detail; On Labour (1869); and Old-fashioned Ethics and Commonsense Metaphysics, a volume of essays, published in 1873. The writings of William Thornton are central to the history of the laws of supply and demand and seminal in understanding the rise of neoclassical economics. Until recently, William Thornton has been cast by historians as a minor player in John Stuart Mill&#39;s recantation of the wages fund doctrine... Indeed, Thornton was a close personal friend of and associate of Mill&#39;s for many years, However, it would be wrong to suggest that Thornton can only be seen as a lesser Mill, backing up the latter&#39;s philosophies and with no coherent influence of his own. From 1847 until his death in 1880, Thornton was an active member of the Political Economy Club. This was a monthly conclave of individual scholars and business people founded by David Ricardo and sustained by his followers to address the major issues affecting the new science of political economy. Modern economists looking for precursors in historical texts will find interesting material. One recent example is T Negishi&#39;s invocation of Thornton as a pioneer of disequilibrium theory. Others include experimental economists studying the importance of different market institutions on price determination, scholars concerned with the problem of path dependence as well as some Austrian economists interested in Thornton&#39;s ideas about competition. In fact Thornton played a greater part in the history of economic thought. His first edition of On Labour was a blistering critique of the laws of supply and demand and served to mobilise the major players in the burgeoning neo-classical movement - Jevons, Edgeworth, Jenkin and Marshall - to reply with mathematical responses to the debate.

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        The Oregon Territory; A Geographical and Physical Account of that Country and Its Inhabitants with Outlines of Its History and Discovery

      London: Charles Knight Co., 1846. . First Edition. Original Wraps. Very good. Complete with two maps, one folding. Knights Weekly Volume for All Readers LXXXIX. Protected by a cloth covered chemise and matching slipcase with leather stamped label. Howes N-151.

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        LIFE In CALIFORNIA: During a Residence of Several Years in that Territory, Comprising a Description of the Country and the Missionary Establishments, with Incidents, Observations, etc., etc. To Which is Annexed a Historical Account of the Origin, Customs, and Traditions of the Indians of Alta-California

      New York:: Wiley & Putnam,. 1846.. 12mo, signed in 6s. 7-7/8" x 4-5/8". 1st edition (American Imprints 46-6084; Cowan II, pp 536-7; Field 155; Graff 3525; Howes R363; Sabin 10031 & 72048; Streeter sale 2512; Zamorano 80: 65). xii, [2], 341, [1 (blank)] pp. Boscana&#39;s Chinigchinich&#39;, pp. [227] - 341.. Original publisher&#39;s brown cloth binding with gilt stamped lettering to spine. Patterned paper eps.. Spine sunned. Cocked. Some foxing & browning. Prior owner. signature. An About VG copy of this important piece of Californiana.. Robinson, who married into the California de la Guerra family, one of the most prominent of the territory at the time, published a work that is "without doubt the most important book for the period it treats." This work further distinguished as the "first English book on California written by a residence of the province." [Zamorano 80: 65]. . 9 inserted tinted lithographed plates, after the author&#39;s drawings, and display divers Missions, Father Boscana & a Native American of California (cf. Peters, California on Stone, p. 182 & plate 59).

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        The Poor Cousin: A Novel

      London - T C Newby, 1846 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A very scarce first edition of Elizabeth Daniel&#39;s first novel, in three volumes. Elizabeth Daniel(b. 1822) was the illegitimate daughter of George Spencer-Churchill, fifth duke of Marlborough; she had a son and daughterwith her novelist husband Robert Mackenzie Daniel. When Robert was hospitalised due to mental illness in 1846, Elizabeth began writing as a means to provide for her family. Between 1841 and 1877 she published more than twenty novels, the best-known being Georgina Hammond (1849). (ODNB). The Poor Cousin was the first of Elizabeth Daniel&#39;s novels, published anonymously in the same year as her husband&#39;s hospitalisation. Instead of Elizabeth&#39;s name, or that of her husband who edited the book, the title page simply reads, Edited by the author of &#39;The Scottish Heiress;&#39; &#39;The Young Widow;&#39; &#39;The Young Baronet;&#39; Etc. . Robert&#39;s preface to the novel explains this decision was made in the hope thathis association, as a successful novelist,wouldmean libraries wouldbe more inclined to accept it. Condition: In half calf leather bindings with marbled boards, though little marbling is visible due to wear. Library copy;gilttitling to spine readsCape of Good Hope Public Library. Externally, spines rubbed and boards worn. Leather to one corner partially detached. Hinges slightly strained but firm. Internally,second and third volumes firmly bound. Some sections of first volume disbound. Half of final page of third volume missing (including final paragraph of text) and closed tears to facing blank. Library stamp to three title pages. Closed tear to fifth page of second volume,previously repaired. Some spotting, pencil and handling marks throughout. Overall: FAIR.

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        Descrizione di Genova e del Genovesato.

      Tip. Ferrando,, Genova, 1846 - Tre volumi di cm. 27, pp. xiv, 182, 180; (4) 542; (4) 354 (2). Stemma inciso a ciascun frontespizio e 25 tavole fuori testo anche ripiegate. Tra queste la carta topografica del Golfo di Genova e la carta geologica della Liguria marittima (a colori), alcune di interesse scientifico con rappresentazioni di molluschi e uccelli, altre di scorci e monumenti della città di Genova. Bella ed elegante leg. edit. in tela zigrinata con titoli e fregi romantici ai dorsi (in tonalità marroncino per i primi due volumi e verde per il terzo). Manca, come quasi sempre, la carta di Genova allegata al secondo volume. Alcune tavole con un'uniforme brunitura, peraltro bell'esemplare, in ottimo stato di conservazione.

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        Beitrag zur Geschichte der Ardennen. Erster und Zweiter Theil in 2 Bänden. Mit (zusammen.) elf mehrfach gefalteten lithographischen Tafeln. (Und): Nachlese zu dem ersten Theile meiner Beiträge zur Ardennen-Geschichte, über die römischen Lagerstellen und Schlachtfelder in denselben; so wie über die Langmauer und deren Verzweigungen durch das Ösling nebst zwei (mehrf. gefalt.) Karten.

      Trier, Lintz 1841-42 und Prüm, Plaum 1846 - Gr.8°, und. kl.8°. VIII, 144, VI, 298 S.; 1 Bl. (Corrigenda), 96 S. Bedruckte Original-Broschur. Unaufgeschnittenes Exemplar. In Band 1 die ersten 15 Seiten mit kleinen Löchlein (Buchstabenverlust); die Karten z.T. mit kl. Randeinrissen. Original.-Ausgabe. Mit der seltenen und meist nicht angebotenen, erst 1846 erschienenen 'Nachlese'. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        CALENDARIO GENERALE PE' REGII STATI COMPILATO D'ORDINE E CON PRIVILEGIO DI S.M. - ANNO XXIII- 1846

      TORINO, STAMPERIA SOCIALE DEGLI ARTISTI TIPOGRAFI, 1846 - Bella legatura d'epoca in piena pelle verde smeraldo; ai piatti: filetti, elegante bordura e stemma sabaudo  circondato  dal Collare dell'Annunziata e  sormontato da corona  reale; al dorso, titolo e data all'interno di elaborato fregio in oro; tagli dorati; dentelle interne, sguardie marmorizzate; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris della Biblioteca di V. Rochstol. XVI pagine numerate, comprese 1 carta bianca, il frontespizio con titolo e stemma sabaudo silografato e calendario con due mesi per facciata con segni zodiacali impressi a silografia in testa alle pagine; 725 pagine numerate; 1 carta non numerata per le correzioni; 1 carta bianca; a pagina 702, 1 tavola fuori testo più volte ripiegata, impressa a litografata raffigurante una grande carta geografica dell'italia ripresa fino al salernitano, titolata: CARTA DIMOSTRATIVA DELLE STRADE  FERRATE IN ITALIA GIA' COSTRUTTE ED IN ESERCIZIO.TORINO, 1845. Il Calendario Generale venne   pubblicato tra il 1824 e il 1881, lo studioso  Manno cita &ldquo;ampliò d'assai l'antico Palmaverde e diede, per qualche tempo, notevoli appendici storiche o statistiche&rdquo; Utile repertorio che offre una vasta visione dell'entità e del funzionamento dei vari settori amministrativi del Regno Sardo-Piemontese, impreziosito dalla grande carta geografica ripiegata sulle ferrovie italiane del tempo. Esemplare in ottime condizioni conservative in elegante legatura alle armi. 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EL MUNDO NAVAL ILUSTRADO

      - "DIRIGIDA POR: Pedro Novo Colsón (1846-1931) y José D. de Quijano.TÍTULO COMPLETO: El Mundo Naval Ilustrado. IMPRESOR: Madrid, Imprenta del asilo de huerfanos del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús.DESCRIPCIÓN: Revista quincenal, editada en Madrid entre el 01/05/1897 y el 30/12/1901. 5 tomos. Números 1 al 71.ENCUADERNACIÓN: Holandesa encuadernación editorial. 355 x 250 mm.COMENTARIOS: Una de las revistas especializada en el mundo naval que gozó de un gran prestigio en la época. Comenzó su publicación en los momentos en que se producían los conflictos independentistas de Cuba y Filipinas. Se autodenominaba ?proteccionista de las industrias navales? españolas. Incluía secciones fijas como ?Crónica naval española?, ?Crónica naval extranjera? y ?Notas diplomáticas?, así como artículos científicos, técnicos y profesionales sobre fábricas, arsenales y construcciones navales, puertos, pesquerías, marina mercante y de guerra, navíos, historia y bibliografía naval, compañías navieras, publicidad de acciones de navieras, astilleros, maquinaria y otras curiosidades. Además ofrece contenidos literarios, entre los que se incluyen biografías, narraciones y crónicas teatrales, a cargo de José Echegaray (1832-1916), Juan Varela (1824-1905), Cesáreo Fernández Duro (1830-1908) o Rubén Darío (1867-1916). Igualmente contiene secciones como miscelánea, variedades y anécdotas. Fundada y dirigida por Pedro Novo Colson (1846-1931) hasta 1900, en que inicia su segunda época al absorber a la también Revista de navegación y comercio (1889), cuya cabecera pasa a ser subtítulo de El mundo naval y que dirige José Díaz Quijano, impulsor de la Sociedad Española de Salvamento de Náufragos. Solía tener entre 24 y 28 páginas, con escritos de destacados capitanes del momento, D. Ramón Auñón y Villalón, Capitán de Navío; una "Crónica Naval Extranjera" escrita por D. Víctor María Concas, Capitán de Navío. Tiene un apartado dedicado a la Marina Mercante, con artículos de D. José Ricart Giralt, Capitán de la Marina Mercante; y también entra un apartado dedicado a la Pesca. Conforma una interesante obra ilustrada de la Marina, con unas fotografías de gran valor documental y contiene artículos de opinion escritos por personajes ilustres. (Información recogida de: Blog Cátedra de Historia Naval)NOTAS: Excelente ejemplar de una de las más prestigiosas publicaciones navales. Obra naval ricamente ilustrada.CONSERVACIÓN: Buen estado, encuadernación ligeramente rozada."

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        PICTURES FROM ITALY

      1846. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1846. 2 pp undated ads. Original blind-stamped blue cloth. First Edition of Dickens&#39;s account of his 1844 tour of Italy.~His description of the coaching trips which took him from place to place for five months is full of wonderful observations of his fellow-men... His account of a public execution in Rome is remarkable -- his emotional reaction is held firmly in control but revulsion at the whole proceeding is implicit in every line [CGEL]~This copy is in the primary (fine-diaper cloth) binding; copies were also issued in ribbed cloth of the same color. This is a very good copy, with little wear but with some soil on the covers; the endpapers are old but not original. The front flyleaf bears the penciled signature of Walter Smith, bibliographer of Dickens. Smith II pp 44-58.

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        Les Souverains de l&#39;Europe

      (France: H. Rousseau, c. 1846-8). A set of three hand-colored wooden jigsaw puzzles lithographed by J. Froment and measuring 13 by 10 inches. Each shows six portraits of European rulers, in a uniform or regalia, with detailed jewels, orders, decorations, and crowns. Among the countries represented are Portugal, Russia, France, England, Austria, Spain, Greece, and even the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the short-lived monarchy of Sardinia. An intricate gold-printed border surrounds each portrait. Beautifully preserved in the original three-layered box, with the original cardboard reinforcements, with their ribbon handles, between the puzzles. The lid shows a handsome color lithograph of coats-of-arms, ribbons, garlands, and ornamental titling, with touches of hand-coloring. A luxury set of instructional puzzles for the lucky Victorian child.

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        View on the Nile - Ferry to Gizeh

      London: Day & Son for F.G. Moon,, 1846-49. 35.5 x 50 cms, lithograph by Louis Haghe after Roberts, with original hand colour, trimmed to the edge of the image and mounted on card as issued. An example from the scarce deluxe edition of the work, generally referred to as the &#145;subscribers&#146; edition&#146;; published concurrently with the standard first edition - at roughly twice the price - it wasn&#146;t stricly limited to subscribers, but the premium for the fine colouring was evidently considered prohibitive and there are far fewer examples in circulation today. Print

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