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        Wanderungen durch Tyrol und Steiermark. (= Das malerische und romantische Deutschland, Bd. 10). 2. durchgesehene Auflage.

      Leipzig, C. A. Haendel's Verlag, 1847.. 8°. Mit 60 Stahlstichtafeln. 392 S., HLdr. d. Zt. m. Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückentitel u. dreiseitig marmor. Schnitt.. Seltene zweite Ausgabe des hübschen, erstmals 1840-41 erschienenen Ansichtenwerkes. - Mit Ansichten von Innsbruck, Klausen, Torbole am Gardasee, Landeck, Cilli, Pettau, Murau, Gröbming, Grimming, Stift Admont, Leopoldsteinersee, Graz, Bad Gleichenberg, Riegersburg, Herberstein, Brandhof, Mariazell usw. - Einband tlw. min. berieben. Vorsätze u. Innendeckeln an den Ecken leimschattig. Vorsatzbl. m. kl. altem Besitzvermerk. Schwach gebräunt, sonst innen sauberes Exemplar. - Nebehay/W. III, 695; Engelmann 417.

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        A canoe voyage up the Minnay Sotor; with an account of the lead and copper deposits in Wisconsin; of the gold region in the Cherokee country; and sketches of popular manners

      London: Richard Bentley, 1847 London: Richard Bentley. 1847. "First edition, 2 volumes in 1, 8vo, 2 folding maps, 2 lithograph plates; spine extremities chipped, else a good, reasonably sound copy in a presumed later issue binding (the book was also issued in 2 volumes, green cloth) of original blue cloth, gilt decorations on spine and upper cover, a.e.g. A British scientist's geological reconnaissance through the Great Lakes and upper Mississippi valley in 1835-37. Featherstonhaugh began his journey in Washington, D.C. and traveled via Pittsburgh and Cleveland before visiting Detroit, and travelling by canoe on Lakes Huron and Michigan to Mackinac and Green Bay, thence via the Fox and Mississippi Rivers to Saint Anthony and Fort Snelling, where Featherstonhaugh's party ascended the Minnesota River as far as Lake Traverse on the Dakota border, and back again via Lake Pepin, Galena, and Saint Louis. His travels by canoe in Wisconsin and Minnesota are of particular interest. Howes F-67; Sabin 23959; not in Graff."

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        JANE EYRE: An Autobiography

      London:: Smith, Elder & Co.,, 1847.. London:: Smith, Elder & Co.,. 1847. First edition, three volumes. In lovely, early, full-leather bindings of polished blue calf with elaborately gilt-tooled spines, each with six compartments, including two with gilt-lettered red leather labels (recently supplied). Top edges gilt, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. Original half-titles bound in as called for, though lacking any advertisements, as sometimes seen. Touch of minor scuffing, scattered foxing to first and last few leaves and very lightly to margins throughout. A very pleasing set of the rare first edition of this literary classic.

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        Wien wie es ist. Erster (-vierter) Theil. Illustriert von Th. Hosemann.

      Leipzig, Ignaz Jackowitz, 1847. - 4 Hefte. 48 SS. 48 SS. 39, (1) SS. 40 SS. Mit 4 handkolorierten lithogr. Frontispizen. Bedr. Originalbroschuren. Kl.-8vo. Zweite Ausgabe des gesuchten, hier erstmals komplett in vier Teilen, illustriert und unter dem Namen des Verfassers erschienenen Viennensiums (zuerst 1833 in 2 Teilen unter dem Pseudonym "Hans Normann" gedruckt). - Der politische Journalist und Erzähler Gross-Hoffinger (1808-n. 1873) verließ nach dem Eingehen seiner Zeitschrift 'Der Adler' seine Heimatstadt Wien "und begab sich nach Deutschland [.], wo er nur durch Schriften, theils als Hanns Normann, manchmal daran erinnerte, daß er wirklich lebe. Die Autorschaft der unter dem Namen Hanns Normann herausgegebenen Werke lehnte er übrigens ab. Jedoch die Bücherkataloge führen ihn als Autor derselben auf" (Wurzbach). - Sittengemälde der Stadt Wien: über Hof und Adel, Historie und Topographie, Kunstsammlungen, Geld, Wiener Schriftsteller und die Universität, "das schöne Geschlecht", Krankheiten, Kleidertrachten, Wiener Mundart, Volkspoesie, Volkslieder, die Titelsucht, Freudenmädchen, die Theater im einzelnen, Bälle, Spaziergänge, Vorstädte, Keller, den Prater usw. - Etwas braunfleckig; Bindung teils gelockert; alte Besitzerstempel. Aus der Sammlung des Wiener Schauspielers und Regisseurs Franz Stoß (1909-95) mit dessen Exlibris. Rümann 811. Borst 2253. Slg. Mayer 160 und 5497 (nur Nachdruck 1925). Vgl. Giebisch/Gugitz 123 u. ÖBL II, 77 ("1846").

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic Regions, During the Years 1839-43. 2 volume set

      London John Murray 1847. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed and spine worn. Inner hinges cracked. Volume I- frontispiece loose, and gathering of Chapter VI also loose and slightly frayed. Volume II- Rear fold out map torn without loss. Both volumes with dust soiling to page edges and some some light scattered browning and Royal College of Surgeons stamps to title pages. Illustrations generally bright First Edition Black/gilt hardback cloth cover 230mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). lii, 366pp; x, 447pp. Plates, maps and woodcuts.

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        An Account of the Measurement of Two Sections of The Meridional Arc of India, Bounded by the Parallels of 18 3' 15''; 24 7' 11''; & 29 30' 48''. Conducted Under the Orders of The Honourable East-India Company. 2 volume set

      First Edition. Maroon/gilt hardback cloth cover (vol 1) and black textured cloth (vol 2).. G+ : in Good plus condition without dust jackets as issued. Ex Newcastle reference library. 310mm x 260mm (12" x 10"). Vol 1: 439pp; Vol 2: 30 plates + long fold-out plan. Frontis engraving and 30 plates plus long fold-out plan and numerous fold-out charts. Everest [1790-1866] was Surveyor General of India and largely responsible for completing the section of the Great Trigonometric Survey of India.

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        ATLANTE ELEMENTARE DI BOTANICA. Ossia iconografia ed organografia di 50 piante tratte dalle principali famiglie.

      Redaelli 1847 In-8 (mm. 235x158), mz. pelle coeva, dorso a cordoni con filetti e tit. oro, pp. 36, con bella antiporta figurata a colori, molto ben illustrato da 50 pregevoli tavole litografate e colorate a mano da Antonio Robiati, con piu' di 600 figure di dettaglio a fronte, disegnate dal vero e litografate in b.n. Preceduto da un breve sunto sulla ?Nomografia botanica?, di Ambrogio Robiati. Esemplare con lievi fiorit. ma complesssivam. un buon esemplare.

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        Poems

      Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1847. Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1847 . Finely bound in crushed dark brown Morocco by Whitman Bennett, with five raised bands to the spine, lettering in gilt, gilt turn-ins, laid endpapers. A fine copy, with a hint of wear to the outer hinges, bright and clean pages, lacking the publisher's advertisements. Overall, a beautiful and fresh copy. BAL 5211. Poems is Emerson's first published collection of poetry, and includes the poems "Uriel," "The Sphinx," "The Humble-Bee," "Xenophanes," "Bacchus," and "Thine Eyes Still Shine," among others. Emerson is considered to be a leader of the Transcendentalist movement, which developed in New England during the 1820's-1830's. By the late 1840's, the once-united Transcendentalists began to splinter regarding their opinions on how to address the problems they saw with society and intellectualism. Emerson, like his contemporary and close friend Henry David Thoreau, believed that to change society, individuals must first train themselves. This mentality is evident in Poems, where Emerson breaks away from traditional poetical forms and structures, instead choosing to place emphasis on the role of a poet as a trendsetter who can change his readers' personal ideologies.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine.

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        Hermitage Jersey

      Jersey., 1847. Jersey., 1847. Tinted lithograph, hand-coloured. Very good condition. Size: 47.2 x 64.1 cm. One of a series of 26 views published in 1847 to commemorate Queen Victoria's visit to Jersey, lithographed by Day & Son, lithographers to the Queen. "On a wild sea-beaten rock are the remains of what once was the cell of St Helier, the hermit. This holy man met his death from the hands of a band of Norman pirates, whose ferocity he attempted to rebuke and whose idolatries he denounced; receiving for answer the blow of a battle-axe, he died a martyr. In the Drawing the hermitage and surrounding rocks are shewn at low tide, under the effect of a coming storm.

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        Die Männer des Volks, dargestellt von Freunden des Volks. Unter Mitwirkung von L. Braunfels, Karl Buchner, Th. Creizenach, Dräxler-Manfred, E. Duller, Dr. Karl Gutzkow, L. Griesselich, R. Hadermann, W. Hieronymi, Hoffmann von Fallersleben, H. König, Wilhelm Sauerwein u.a. Herausgegeben von Eduard Duller.,

      Frankfurt am Main, Johann Valentin Meidinger 1847-1850. - Eduard Duller war ein 1809 in Wien geborener, 1853 in Wiesbaden gestorbener deutsch-österreichischer Autor, Historiker und Geistlicher, der bereits im Alter von 17 Jahren als Dramatiker an die Öffentlichkeit trat. Die Demagogenverfolgung im Österreich der Metternich-Ära ließ ihn im Jahr 1830 nach Deutschland auswandern, mit verschiedenen Stationen: München, Trier, Frankfurt am Main, Darmstadt und Mainz. In Frankfurt gab er die Literaturzeitschrift "Phönix" heraus, die, von Karl Gutzkow besorgt, Vorabdrucke von Schriften Georg Büchners und Christian Dietrich Grabbes sowie anderer Autoren des Vormärz zum Druck brachte. Duller war gleichfalls der erste Biograph Grabbes und machte durch ein kritisches Werk über die Jesuiten von sich reden. In den vorliegenden Bänden sind um das Revolutionsjahr 1848 herum zahlreiche Kurzbiographien gesammelt, die zum revolutionären Zeitgeist passten und sich wohl im gleichen Sinn auf eine kritische oppositionelle Tradition beriefen wie eine solche zu gründen suchten. Inhalt Band 1: Ulrich von Hutten, Franz von Sickingen, Heinrich Pestalozzi, Jakob Lafitte, Moritz Arndt, Heinrich Zschokke, Latour d'Auvergne, Friedrich Spee, Balthasar Bekker und Christian Thomasius, Joachim Lelewel, Lafayette. Inhalt Band 2: Clemens XIV., Fox, Herder, Hohenheim, Lessing, Riesser, Savonarola. Inhalt Band 3: Blücher, Falk, Forster, von Gagern, Huss, Luther, Stein, Washington. Inhalt Band 4: Arn. von Brescia, von Beckerath, Fichte, Heim, Heimburg, Lornsen, von Schiller, von Vincke (Vater und Sohn), Wicliffe. Inhalt Band 5: Behr, Diesterweg, Hofer, Itzstein, Körner, Rousseau, Schön, Wallenweber. Inhalt Band 6: Kepler, Basedow, von Schill, Sylv. Jordan, Zwingli. Inhalt Band 7: Weidig, Franklin, Blum, Kosciuszko, Oberlin, Nettelbeck, Claudius, Hebel, von Held, Franke, Jacquard. Inhalt Band 8: Galilei, von Winkelried, Ronge, Carrel, Börne. - Bibliotheksexemplare mit Stempeln auf dem Titelblatt. Einbände etwas berieben, wenige Ecken etw. bestoßen. Vorderer Einbanddeckel von Band 1 angeknickt. Vorsätze leimschattig und fleckig, teilweise mit handschriftlicher Nummer und Besitzervermerk. Wenige Seitenecken angeknickt. 2 Blätter in Band 6 mit Randeinrissen, 1 Blattecke fehlt (geringer Buchstabenverlust), wenige Seiten mit durchgehendem Schmutzfleck. Die ersten 7 Blätter in Band 8 mit Wasserfleck am Fußschnitt. Papier teilweise gebräunt. - Insgesamt sehr ordentliches Exemplar der seltenen, vollständigen Reihe. - GV XXX, 360. - ÖBL I,3 203. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2450 Kl. 8° (17 x 11,5 cm). Schlichte Halblederbände der Zeit (Band 1 & 8 abweichend gebunden).

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        Dictionnaire Alphabettico-Methodique Des Ceremonies et Des Rites Sacres Contenant Textuellement (Le Tout D'Apres La Litturgie Romaine - Ouvrage Necessaire Pour L'Etude et La Pratique Du Culte Divin) (Three volume set)

      Par M. L'Abbe Migne, 1847-1848. Hardcover. Very good/No Dj as issued. VGC.Par M. L'Abbe Migne,France, 1847-1848.Three volume set (I - III).Text in French, in double column format. Large format hardbacks bound in half brown leather with five raised bands,gilt lettering of the titles on red morocco labels to the spines (the front covers of the 3 volumes are detached,some dents and nicks on the cover, little rubbed/scuffed on the edges of the covers and spines, small tear on the edges of the spine) in VGC, no Dj as issued. Ex-monastic library set with some stamps,library sticker inside the front cover,library shelf number and publication year on the spines.Nice and clean pages with some creases,nicks,ink marks and some foxing marks on the edges,red edges on the outer edges of the pages,the first three pages of volume II are slightly loose from the book.This volume set is in VGC for its age with some shelf wear. 3970pp(total) including tables,index. A collectable set. Heavy books (approx 5.2 Kg).

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        THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS

      Glasgow: James Lumsden, n.d. [c. 1847]. Ink inscription on flyleaf, very minor foxing, quite a nice copy in this rare binding. Quarto. xxiv, 376p. Illustrated with chromolithographed title page by H. Wilson highlighted in gilt, text printed with decorative borders in colors, steel-engraved frontispiece portrait and 25 full-page steel engravings by William Harvey engraved by the Dalziel brothers. Bound in original Victorian publisher's binding by Rowley & Evans in full morocco, a.e.g., the spine and covers with intricate pictorial embossed designs in gilt and colors, orange pattern endpapers. With the binder's ticket " Rowley & Evans, Binders Embossers and Illuminators, 108 Hatton Garden

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        Pris-courant vid Skultuna messings-bruk ifrån d: ....... 18..... Sthlm, Salmson & Ström, (mellan 1847-51). 8:o.

      20 s. Titelbladet med fin vy över bruket. Häftat ex. som dock är hårt skuret, delvis in i pagineringen. De två sista bladen omkastade vid häftningen.. Rikt illustrerad priskurant i vilken brukets alla produkter är avbildade. Det var tänkt att priserna skulle fyllas i för hand. Detta ex. är dock inte ifyllt

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        Opbyggelige Taler i forskjellig Aand.

      Af S. Kierkegaard. (Første Afdeling: En Leiligheds-Tale. Anden Afdeling: Hvad man lærer af Lilierne paa Marken of af Himmelens Fugle, Tre Taler. Tredie Afdeling: Lidelsernes Evangelium, Christelige Taler). 1. udg. Kbhvn. 1847. Samt. hellrd. med blindtrykte bordurer. De første sider meget svagt plettede, ellers et rent og velholdt ekspl. 1st edit. Contp. cloth with blind-tooled decorations. First pages very slightly foxed, otherwise a nice clean copy.. Himmelstrup 101

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        Wanderungen durch Tyrol und Steiermark. (= Das malerische und romantische Deutschland, Bd. 10). 2. durchgesehene Auflage.,

      Leipzig, C. A. Haendel‘s Verlag, 1847. - Seltene zweite Ausgabe des hübschen, erstmals 1840-41 erschienenen Ansichtenwerkes. - Mit Ansichten von Innsbruck, Klausen, Torbole am Gardasee, Landeck, Cilli, Pettau, Murau, Gröbming, Grimming, Stift Admont, Leopoldsteinersee, Graz, Bad Gleichenberg, Riegersburg, Herberstein, Brandhof, Mariazell usw. - Einband tlw. min. berieben. Vorsätze u. Innendeckeln an den Ecken leimschattig. Vorsatzbl. m. kl. altem Besitzvermerk. Schwach gebräunt, sonst innen sauberes Exemplar. - Nebehay/W. III, 695; Engelmann 417. Sprache: ge Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. Mit 60 Stahlstichtafeln. 392 S., HLdr. d. Zt. m. Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückentitel u. dreiseitig marmor. Schnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lehrbuch des Vernunftrechts und der Staatswissenschaften. Vier Bände.

      Stuttgart, Hallberger'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1847, 1840, 1834,1835. - (1) Bl., XX, 320 S.; XII, 340 S.; XIV, 510 (recte 516), (4) S.; 480S., S. VI - XIV, schöne, grüne Halbleinwand-Bände der Zeit mit marmorierten Einbanddecken und goldgeprägtem Rückentitel (Einbände etwas berieben). Band I und II in zweiter, verbesserter und vermehrter Auflage; Band III und IV in erster Ausgabe. Erster Band: Allgemeine Einführung in das Vernunftrecht. Natürliches Privatrecht. Zweiter Band: Allgemeine Staatslehre (1. Einleitung, insbesondere Encyklopdie der Staatswissenschaften; 2. Metapoltik, insbesondere Staatsrecht; 3. Formaler Theil der praktischen Politik, insbesondere Constitutionslehre). Dritter Band (der besonderen Staatslehre erster Band.) : Materielle Politik (1. Auswärtige Angelegenheiten; 2. Justitz-Wissenschaft; 3. Polizei-Wissenschaft). Vierter Band (Der besonderen Staatslehre zweiter Band.) : Oekonomische Politik. (1. Der Nationalökonomie theoretischer Theil; 2. Der Nationalökonomie praktischer Theil; 3. Finanzwissenschaft und Militärwesen). Nachdem Rotteck 1818 den Lehrstuhl der Geschichte mit dem der Staatswissenschaften und des Naturrechts vertauscht hatte, veröffentlichte er 1829 - 1836 in vier Bänden sein Lehrbuch des Vernunftrechts, ". von dem er sich eine, die bis dahin fast unerhörten Erfolge seiner 'Weltgeschichte' noch überbietende Wirkung auf die öffentliche Meinung der Zeitgenossen versprach. Dies war indeß eine Täuschung. Die Ideen Rousseaus, auf dessen Fiction des 'Gesamtwillens' die Rotteck'schen Theorien beruhten, waren längst überholt ." (ADB, 1889, Band XXIX, S. 386 f). - Die Bände sind auch innen wohlerhalten, mit nur kleinen Mängeln: der erste Band stellenweise stockfleckig; der dritte Band mit 3 kl. Randläsuren; Band IV, S. 385 mit kl. Fehlstelle im Seitenrand. Komplett sehr selten.

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        des Auslandes aus dem Bereiche der Medizin, Chirurgie, Geburtshülfe und den dazu gehörigen Hülfswissenschaften. Heft I-VI (all published)

      Berlin,: Albert Förstner,, 1847-1848.. Original printed wrappers (partly slightly damaged and/or slightly dust soiled), uncut. With 1 lithographic plate. ¶ All published of this, initial, prestigious series. It seems to be quite rare. No copies recorded in the N.U.C., Osler, Waller, Reynolds, or the other usual consulted bibliographies. The series comprises: F.L.J. VALLEIX, Das Oedema glottidis. Eine, in der Sitzung der Académie royale de Médecine vom 12. December 1843 gekrönter Preisschrift. Heft II, vi, 189 pp. R.B. MORTIMER GLOVER, Die Pathologie und Therapie der Scropheln. Eine mit der Fothergill'schen goldenen Medaille im Jahre 1846. Heft II, vi, 189 pp. Th. S. Lee, Von den Geschwülsten der Gebärmutter und der übrigen weiblichen Geschlechtstheile. Eine mit dem Jackson'schen Preise im Jahre 1846 gekrönte Presschrift. Heft III-IV. 144; vi, 145-330 pp. Edw. CRIPS, Von den Krankheiten und Verletzungen der Blutgefässe. Nebst statistischen Erläuterungen. Eine mit dem Jackson'schen Preise im Jahr 1844 gekrönnte Preisschrift. Mit zahreichen Zusätzen. Heft V-VI. 176; xvi, 177-372.

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        The Greatest Plague of Life; or the Adventures of a Lady in Search of a Good Servant

      London: David Bogue, 1847. Six parts in original wrappers (complete) - Part One - [8], 48pp, two plates; Part Two - [16], 49-96pp, two plates; Part Three - [16], 97-144pp, two plates; Part Four - [16], 145-192pp, two plates; Part Five - [16], 193-240pp, [10], two plates and Part Six - [16], 241-285pp, [3], two plates, plus blue slip to front and yellow slip after plates. Original paper wrappers, housed in cloth chemise inside a full morocco slipcase. Slipcase rubbed and slightly dulled, with small repaired split to bottom join. Upper wrappers of parts three and four chipped to fore-edge with loss, Part One has been rebacked, other wrappers slightly chipped and worn, but generally complete. Internally some minor browning and spotting, light oxidisation to plates, but generally clean and fairly bright. Uncommon in the original parts. Cohn 544. First Edition. Paper Wrapper. Good. Illus. by Cruikshank, George. 12mo. Original Parts.

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        Det oldnorske sprogs eller Norrønasprogets Grammatik.

      Chria.: Johan Dahl 1847. VII + (1) + 120 s. + ANDERS UPPSTRÖM och H.H. PETRÉ: Aivaggeljo pairh Matpaiu eller Fragmenterna af Matthaæi Evangelium å Götiska jemte Ordförklaring och Ordböjningslära. Upsala 1850. IV + 139 + (1) s. + CARL SÄVE: De starka verberna i Dalskan och Gotländskan. Upsala 1854. 27 s. + CARL SÄVE: Snorre Sturlesons Ynglinga-Saga, tolkad och upplyst. Upsala 1854. IV + 83 + (1) s. + CARL SÄVE: Gutniska urkunder: Guta Lag, Guta Saga och Gotlands Runinskrifter språkligt behandlade. Stockh. 1859. XLII + 81 s. + CARL SÄVE: Om språkskiljaktigheterna i svenska och isländska fornskrifter. Strödda anmärkningar. Upsala u.å. 16 s. Med dedik. + A.I. HAZELIUS: Inledning till Hávamál eller Odens Sång. Upsala 1860. (4) s. + CARL SÄVE: Eriks-visan. Ett fornsvenskt Qväde, behandldt i språkligt Afseende. Stoch. 1849. 64 + (1) s. + RUDOLF CEDERSTRÖM: Försök till tolkning och förklaring af Hákonar-Mál. Stockh. 1860. 26 s. + JOMSVIKINGA SAGA, utgefin eptir gamalli kalfskinnsbok i hinu konungliga bokasafi i Stockholmi [af Carl Chr. Rafn]. Kaupmannahøfn 1824. Med kobberstukket titelblad. 52 + (2) s. + JOMSVIKINGA SAGA, oversat af Carl Christian Rafn. Kbhvn. 1824. Med kobberstukket titelblad. 51 + (1) s. + JOSEPHII HISTORIA. Ånyo af trycket utgifven. Stockh. 1849. VIII + 43 s. + HENRIK SUSOS: Gudelig Visdoms Bog i dansk Oversættelse fra det femtende Århundrede. Udg. af C.J. Brandt. Kbhvn. 1858. Titelblad trykt i rødt og sort. XII + 210 s. Indb. i ét samt. hlvldrbd. Blindtrykt stempel på friblad. Enkelte sider plettet / skjoldet.. "Jomsvikinga Saga": Bibl. Dan. II, 505

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        The Lay of the Purple Falcon; a Metrical Romance, now first printed from the Original Manuscript, in the Possession of the Hon. Robert Curzon

      Four large woodcut headpieces. Title printed in red & black. xiv, 22 pp. 4to, orig. red morocco (slightest rubbing to extremities), triple gilt fillet round sides, spine gilt, black leather lettering piece on spine, dentelles gilt. London: Printed by W. Nicol, 1847. A poem in archaic style, professing to be a translation of a manuscript at Parham, Curzon's country estate, giving the "edifying and adventurous history of Sir Claudius Pantagruel." The earlier part was supposedly written by Reginald Heber (1783-1826), Bishop of Calcutta, using the name "Reginaldus Episcopus C----" and the text was completed by Robert Curzon (1810-73), writing under "Robert the rhymer." The book, a rare spoof on antiquarian activities, was privately printed for distribution to Curzon's friends. Inscribed on the free front endpaper: "Only 30 Copes printed. Wm. Nicol." This copy also bears the presentation inscription from Curzon to William Grey, dated 6 November 1847. With the armorial bookplate of Ralph William Grey. Fine copy. ❧ Martin, Privately Printed Books, p. 524-incorrectly stating that 31 copies on paper were printed. .

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        The Christian in Palestine; or Scenes of Sacred History, Historical and Descriptive

      London: George Virtue, 1847. iv, [2], 234pp, plates. N.d. (date is from Blackmer) Original publishers full morocco, smooth back with gilt title and gilt vignettes, covers with gilt title and centre piece with large volute corner pieces, gilt roll to edges, blind roll to inner edges, with a.e.g. Slightly rubbed to extremities, small amount of loss to gilt centre piece on lower cover, otherwise quite bright and clean. Internally the text is quite bright and clean, the additional engraved title is browned and foxed, the plates are foxed and lightly stained to edges and sometimes to image, previous owner's name to ffep. Complete with map, additional engraved title and seventy-eight plates by Bartlett. Blackmer 1603, (Lot 1018 in the Sotheby's catalogue); Tobler, page 167. First Edition. Full Morocco. Good. Illus. by Bartlett, W.H.. 4to.

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        The Queen?s Visit to Jersey. Sept. 3d 1846.

      Philip Falle, Jersey, 1847 - titre gravé, 3 ff., 25 planches litho deux teintes, Demi-chagrin rouge, filets et titre dorés au dos, titre doré au centre du plat supérieur. Quelques rousseurs autrement bon état. Lithographies d?après John Le Capelain (1814-1848) né et mort à Jersey. Bénézit 8-391.

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        Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, including their Private Life, Government, Laws, Arts, Manufactures, Religion, Agriculture, and Early History; derived from a Comparison of the Paintings, Sculptures, and Monu

      London: John Murray, 1847.. 8vo. Contemporary tree calf, rebacked, raised bands, red morocco title label, black morocco volume label, both in gilt, boards ruled and bordered in gilt, edges and turn-ins decorated with gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. Third edition. Illus. with 94 lithographed plates, some color, double-page and/or folding, and over 500 woodcuts. Lowndes 2924. Brunet VI, 1451 (1st). Sir John Gardner Wilkinson (1797-1875) had planned an army career, but is first visit to Egypt so enthralled him, that he didn't leave for twelve years. "Wilkinson's greatest published work was Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians (1837), a profusely illustrated description of ancient Egyptian society. Drawing upon his work in the tombs at Gurna, Wilkinson was able to present a poignant picture of daily life in ancient Egypt that instantly caught the popular imagination. Praised by one reviewer as a ?restoration to life, as it were, of the ancient Pharaohs, and their subjects? (QR, Jan 1839, 120), it passed through many editions, influencing generations of English-speaking readers, " (DNB). Provenance: Armorial bookplates of Edward Huth. Very good copies, extremities rubbed, one volume with top fore-corners bumped and worn with minor loss, labels with some chipped edges, owner's bookplate on front pastedowns, binding solid, contents fine. A beautiful set.

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        Naturwissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, gesammelt und durch Subscription herausgegeben. Zweiter Band in zwei Abtheilungen. Subscriptionsjahr vom 1. Juli 1847 bis 1. Juli 1848. Wien, Wilhelm Braumüller 1848. Gr. 4°. XXII; 1 Bl., 317 S., 115 S., mit 30 (3 farb., 1 gef.) lithogr. Tafeln, Hlwd. d. Zt.

      - Von 1847-1850 erschienen insges. 4 Bände.- Enth. u.a.: A.E. Reuss, Die fossilen Polyparien des Wiener Tertiärbeckens (mit 11 lith.Tafeln) / J.Petzval, Über die Theorie des Grössten und des Kleinsten / J. Czjzek, Beiträge zur Kenntnis der fossilen Foraminiferen des Wiener Beckens (mit 2 lith.Tafeln) / K.E. Hammerschmidt, Beschreibung eines mexicanischen Schmetterlings "Zeuzera Redtenbacheri" (mit einer Tafel in Farbendruck) / J. Barrande, Über die Brachiopoden der silurischen Schichten von Böhmen (mit 9 lith.Tafeln) / A. v. Morlot, Ueber die geologischen Verhältnisse in Istrien mit Berücksichtigung Dalmatiens und der angrenzenden Gegenden Croatiens, Unterkrains und des Görzer Kreises (mit 1 farblithogr. geologischen Karte von Istrien) / K. Reissacher, Die Gold führenden Gangstreichen der Salzburgischen Central-Alpen-Kette (mit 1farblithogr. geologischen Karte der Umgebung von Gastein u. Rauris).- Ebd. etw. berieben, innen sauber.

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        Woman's Love

      London - Kent and Richards, 1847 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce earlyedition of this romance by G. Herbert Rodwell. Illustrated throughout with numerous plates by Alfred Crowquill (the pseudonym of Alfred Henry Forrester). Rodwell was also the author of works such as Teddy the Tile, My Wife's Out, and Memoirs of an Umbrella. Forrester drew and worked on wood, etchings and caricatures using pen and ink, specialising in anthropomorphic animals, occasionally illustrating stories for his brother Charles Robert Forrester (18031850) who wrote under the pseudonym of Hal Willis. Condition: In a half-morocco binding with marbled board. Externally sound, though rubbed, and with some marks. Slight wear to the extremities. Corners are slightly bumped. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages have some foxing throughout (heavier to plates, with some tidemarks). Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        The Popes of Rome.

      London: John Murray, 1847 - 2 volume set, 8.5 inches tall. An exceptionally handsome classic mid 19th century full calf binding. With gilt raised bands, twin labels, very finely gilt tooled panels and all edges gilt. An embossed prize block on the upper boards and a prize plate on the paste down endpaper dated 1850. A pristine set of this famous history. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts (20 vols in 10)

      Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers, 1847 1st ed, VG+, sm 12mo, 20 vols bound as 10, complete. Uniformly bound in half calf with marbled boards, c1900, some blind tooling, corners rubbed. Spines, blind and gilt tooling, raised bands, titles in gilt to green calf labels, edges rubbed. Internally, brown endpapers, text block edges sprinkled red, no inscriptions, each with an engraved title page and numerous cuts, printed by W and R Chambers, some light offsettting and spotting. All the volumes have the 1847 printing date. Interesting.

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        Results of Astronomical Observations Made During the Years 1834, 5, 6, 7, 8, at the Cape of Good Hope; Being the Completion of a Telescopic Survey of the Whole Surface of the Visible Heavens Commenced in 1825

      Cornhill, London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1847. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very good. "[Herschel] arrived in Cape Town on 15 January 1834 and set up a private 21 ft (6.4 m) telescope at Feldhausen at Wynberg. Amongst his other observations during this time was that of the return of Comet Halley. Herschel collaborated with Thomas Maclear, the Astronomer Royal at the Cape of Good Hope, and the two families became close friends. Herschel returned to England in 1838, was created a baronet and published 'Results of Astronomical Observations made at the Cape of Good Hope' in 1847. In this publication he proposed the names still used today for the seven then-known satellites of Saturn: Mimas, Enceladus, Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Titan, and Iapetus. In the same year, Herschel received his second Copley Medal from the Royal Society for this work". This volume is in very good condition. It has been professionally rebacked in brown cloth, retaining the original ribbed brown cloth boards with their extensive blind stamp decorations. The original boards show wear to corners and mild shelf scuffing. The contents are crisp, clean, and bright with all plates, illustrations, and tables intact.

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        The Thousand and One Nights or The Arabian Nights' in 3 Volumes

      C. S. FRANCIS & CO., NEW YORK 1847 - leather ribbed spine and corners on marbled boards; original binding; rubbed extremities and covers; marbled endpapers; filled with many woodcarvings; vol. 1-342 pgs, vol. 2-404 pgs, vol. 3-424 pgs; binding good; overall very good condition DATE PUBLISHED: 1847 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Adventures on the Western Coast of South America and the interior of California: including a narrative of incidents at the Kingsmill Islands, New Ireland, New Britain, New Guinea, and other islands in the Pacific Ocean; with an account of the natural productions, and the manners and customs, in peace and war, of the various savages tribes visited: 2 Vols.

      Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London 1847 - Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London, 1847. 2 Vols. Hardcover, vol 1: 288 pp. Vol. 2: 278 pp. Rebound in marbled board with maroon calf & gilt spine. Condition: VERY GOOD. Spines slightly rubbed, crack on spine of Vol. 1, slight foxing in both volumes, otherwise a very nice copy. Provenance: Bears original owner's signature in pen: "Benj. Smith, 1850." --- An account of Coulter's time onboard the Stratford whaler, captain Abijah Locke c.1833-6. The book opens with an account of a successful whale chase, and continues with a recount of his further experiences and travels to the Western coast of South America, California and numerous Pacific islands, New Guinea, Tahiti and Easter Island. A ship's surgeon, "little seems to be known of Coulter beyond his personal narratives" (Howgego). "The early material on California and Melanesia are of importance" (Hill). --- ***FREE Domestic Shipping*** [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tratado de la teoria y fabricacion de la polvora en general, las piezas de artilleria y los proyectiles de hierro .seguido del articulo sobre fundicion de artilleria de bronce,redactado por D. Pedro Lujan fundidor mayor de Sevilla.2 Volumenes

      Eduardo Baeza, Segovia 1847 - cartoné tela, puntos de óxido, buena conservación en general 4 desplegables. Tomo I y II. 810 págs.

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        Organon of the Specific Healing Art

      William Radde, New York 1847 - This edition is subtitled: "with an essay on the Present Internal Condition of the Homoeopathic School" by Charles Julius Hempel M.D. but this edition does not contain Hempel's essay. BOUND TOGETHER WITH: Samuel Hahnemann: Organon of Homoeopathic Medicine. Third American Edition, New York, 1849, Pub. by William Radde. This two volumes bound together have pages of 230 and 200. In a very nice, tightly bound, medium brown leather with marbled edges as well as marbled boards. Some pages are heavily foxed but most pages are foxing-free. The paper is still crisp The backstrip is brightly gold decorated. Some very slight stains and darkening to some leather edges. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le poil de la prairie

      Boulé, Paris 1847 - In-8 (249 x 162 mm), 5 fois 34 pp. Maroquin rouge, double filet à froid encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs orné en caisson du chiffre couronnéd'Hervey de Saint-Denys, date en pied, double filet doré sur les coupes, large dentelle sur les chasses, tranches peignées à l'imitation des gardes, petites taches sur es plats (R. Petit, 1852). Édition originale de la traduction française. Avoir "le poil de la prairie" désigne une personne récemment sortie de son village, qui ne connaît pas les usages du monde. Cette expression a pour origine les chevaux de la campagne qui vivent continuellement au milieu des pâturages, et dont les crins ne sont jamais taillés Cette comédie espagnole en 5 actes de Breton de Los Herreros fut représentée pour la première fois à Paris le 24 avril 1847. Elle donne à rire des tribulations de Don Frutos, brave campagnard aragonais complètement dépaysé à Madrid, qui préfère sa peau de mouton aux habits élégants et la musique de ses chiens dans la montagne que d’aller bâiller à l’opéra. Se heurtant à chaque pas contre les exigences de la civilisation, il finit par briser ce réseau de séductions perfides dont l’entoure une femme ruinée pour lui faire épouser sa fille. Le renouveau de la comédie espagnole. Breton de los Herreros (1796-1873) est né dans un petit village des frontières de la Navarre. Il fut un des plus ingénieux promoteurs du renouveau de la comédie espagnole. ‹‹ Breton de los Herreros offre de nos jours, en Espagne, le type rajeuni de la comédie spirituelle, vive et mordante, qui néglige l’action pour se jouer dans les détails, qui éblouit par l’inépuisable abondance de la moquerie et par la variété des tons, qui surprend par la promptitude et la justesse du trait, et fait jaillir la gaieté comme une étincelle imprévue, — de la comédie, en un mot. ›› Charles de Mazade. En cinq exemplaires. Ce volume est composé de 5 exemplaires du même ouvrage, tiré chacun sur un papier de couleur différente. Blanc, jaune, vert, turquoise et bleu. L'exemplaire du traducteur. Ce recueil porte au dos de la reliure les chiffres "HSD" du traducteur Hervey de Saint-Denis, surmontés de sa couronne de marquis et du buste d'un centaure armé de son gourdin. Marie-Jean-Léon Le Coq, baron d'Hervey de Juchereau, marquis de Saint-Denys, né le 5 mai 1822 à Paris où il est mort le 2 novembre 1892, fut un important professeur de langues et civilisations chinoises, a traduit des ouvrages espagnols et fut passionné par ses recherches personnelles sur les rêves et le sommeil. Il fut élu membre de l'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres en 1878. Charles de Mazade, La Comédie moderne en Espagne, Revue des Deux Mondes, 1847, T.19 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        New-York Medical and Surgical Reporter. Vol. II No. 1 (2 Jan. 1847) - No. 18 (8 May 1847)

      New York, Printed for the Editor, 1847. 431 p., illus., folding plate; 21.5 cm. New York medical education in the 1840s. The first American journal devoted to medicine. Early reports of the use of ether in Boston (pp. 27, 39, 52-54, 73-74). Includes throughout, Prof. Valentine Mott's University Surgical Clinique & (#1) Van Buren on ankylosis; A Sketch of the Hospital of the Colored Home; (#2) Isaacs on the foot, Green on air passages; Collins, A Few Remarks on the Inhalation of Ethereal Vapor and An Operation for the Removal of a Mamma under its Influence; (#3) commentary on Green's treatise on air passages; articles on patents & letheon; Progress of the Cholera, Cox on hydrocele; Fitch, Statistics of the Colored Home; (#4) Garvin, Sulphuric Ether in Surgical Operations, Trousseau on meningitis in children; Homeopathic honesty; Health of the Army on the Rio Grande; (#5) Isaacs on monstrosity; (#6) Shelton on ovaritis; (#7) Isaacs on malformation of the heart; (#8) Colored Home; Child's report on vaccination. Stock#OB611 (iab).

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        [AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM ZACHARY TAYLOR TO HIS OVERSEER, MENTIONING RECENT EVENTS IN THE MEXICAN- AMERICAN WAR AND CONCERNS FOR HIS PLANTATION]

      Camp near Monterey, Mexico. July 13, 1847.. 3pp. plus integral address leaf, postmarked. Quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Minor loss on third page from wax seal, later paper repair on verso. Some toning and bleedthrough. Very good. Letter written by General Zachary Taylor to his Cypress Grove plantation overseer, Thomas W. Ringgold, regarding recent developments in the Mexican War and concerns for his plantation, together with a true copy of previous letter from Taylor to Ringgold on similar matters. Taylor opens his letter with his anxieties about that year's cotton and corn crops on his Mississippi plantation: "It appears that our misfortune follow[s] everything connected with my planting operations in rapid succession, so much so that I begin to doubt if I shall again succeed in making a crop or in fact anything else as the fates appear against me in that way, but it is useless to complain of things we cannot control or avoid & must try if we cannot to do the best to get on as well as we can...." Taylor goes on to discuss the "things we cannot control" - an insect infestation in the corn crop. He continues, mentioning the "servants" -probably meaning the slaves: "Seven months of the twelve will have passed away by the time or before this reaches you, so that but little can be done other than to take care of the establishment & prepare for a new crop the next four. I hope you have succeeded in getting the stock back from the hills without losing much of it, & that there is grass enough in the swamp to sustain the cattle at least. If the drought continues ten days after you wrote, you cannot expect to make either corn or cotton. I was very much pleased to hear that you & the servants continue to enjoy good health, which if it continues to be the case it will compensate for many other misfortunes. My distance from you & my entire ignorance of everything connected with the establishment forbids my making any suggestions in relation to it; & must leave everything to your good judgment as everything is before you, being satisfied that everything will be done by you for the best." Taylor then moves on to news of the war, complaining of the current state of inactivity and waiting: "We have nothing of importance in this quarter, we have been for the last four months doing but little more than discharging the two last months volunteers & waiting reinforcements, which have not yet arrived in sufficient numbers to enable me to make a forward movement against the enemy, nor am I certain that we will be able to do so; of this, time must determine. We have not heard from Genl. Scott for some time, but presume he is in the City of Mexico by this time or before if steps have not been taken to bring about negotiations for peace between the two countries. If the City has been taken possession of, which I think quite likely, whether it will result in bringing about a peace time alone must determine. I am heartily tired of inaction. I would greatly prefer active duty in the field, than remaining pretty much inactive in Camp; if the war is to continue I would prefer doing somewhat if ever so little to aid in bringing it to a close. The difficulty between Mr. Hasan & myself is to be settled by arbitration on the first of Dec. or as soon after as practicable; I do not wish it put off if Mr. Thornton comes down, but it cannot be gone into without he is present. But I presume he will attend if Capt. Allison will notify him, which I make no doubt he will do. If I am not able to return by that time, & Mr. Thornton is present he will attend to the matter as he can explain the whole transaction, and get the individual or individuals who are to act for me to do so." Taylor purchased the plantation of Cypress Grove in 1842, along with its eighty- one slaves. Thomas Ringgold served General Taylor as overseer of the 1,923- acre plantation, located on the banks of the Mississippi River, beginning in 1845. The two men became close acquaintances, and Ringgold remained Taylor's overseer for the duration of Taylor's ownership. This letter shows that even while fighting in the Mexican War, Taylor kept a close eye on his plantation. Taylor shows similar concerns in the two-page true copy (made in the 20th century) included here. Dated Nov. 10, 1846, from Monterey, Mexico, the future president writes instructions to Ringgold, particularly concerning the cotton crop, but he also includes hope for other plantation staples, such as hogs, ("I hope your hogs will turnout better than you expected, & will go a conservable way in feeding the servants"), sheep, and vegetables. He notifies Ringgold of Mrs. Taylor's upcoming visit- her first- to Cypress Grove and includes information about a slave named Nanny. At the end of the true copy, Taylor writes of events at the front of the Mexican War: "We are getting supplies as fast as possible from the Rio Grande, preparatory to a move further into the enemies country, & awaiting orders from Washington." An interesting letter revealing the domestic side of the general and future president.

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        Sämmtliche Werke. Uebersetzt von Dr. Upmann (3 Bände).

      Albert Nauck, Berlin 1847 - Orig.-Leinwandbände, XXIV-453 / IV-449 / IV-541 Seiten, 8°. Seltene frühe deutschsprachige Ausgabe der Werke des Hippokrates in der Übersetzung von Christian Friedrich Upmann (Physikus im Fürstenthum Birkenfeld). Komplett in drei Bänden. Die Einbände sind leicht berieben und angestaubt. Der Buchblock des zweiten Bandes hat in der unteren rechten Ecken durchgängig einen kleinen braunen Fleck. Sehr wenige Seiten zu Beginn des ersten Bandes weisen schwache handschriftliche Einträge oberhalb des Textblocks auf. Ansonsten sind alle Bände papierbedingt nur wenig gebräunt, sauber und sehr gut erhalten. Schöne Ausgabe mit Goldprägung, Rückenschildchen und dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die warmen Quellen zu Gastein. Ein Beitrag zur näheren Kenntnis der Heilkräfte dieses Alpenbades. Salzburg, F. X. Duyle (A. Lindig) 1844. 8°. XIV, 1 Bl., 288 S., mit 2 getönten lithogr. Tafeln, Goldschn., gepr. Pbd. d. Zt.

      - Doblhoff 226 - Martin, Badewesen 344 - vgl. Engelmann 519 (2. Aufl. v. 1847).- Erste Ausgabe der bedeutenden Schrift des Badgasteiner Badearztes. Kiene hatte, wie viele Ärzte vor und nach ihm, zuerst die Stellung in Hofgastein über, von wo er nach Badgastein abwanderte.- Die Tafeln mit Gesamtansichten von Gastein gegen Osten und gegen Westen lithographiert v. B. Weinmann.- Tls. etw. stockfleckig, Rückengelenke brüchig [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the Suppression of Piracy:

      186 Strand, London: Chapman and Hall, 1847 VG+, 3rd ed, 2 vols complete, 6 maps, 1 chart, 11 plates. In uniform, half brown calf, grey endpapers, some blind tooling, corners and edges very lightly bumped and worn. Spines, attractive decorative gilt tooling, raised bands, titles in gilt to red and brown leather labels, edges brushed. Internally, brown endpapers, text block edges sprinkled red, no inscriptions, lacking half titles, printed by Robson, Levey, and Franklyn, Great New Street, Fetter Lane, London. Vol 1, frontis, [7], (x-xiv), [1], 2-429 pp, 2 maps (folding), 5 plates. Vol 2, 1847, frontis, [3], (vi-viii), [1], 2-315 pp, 4 maps (folding), 6 plates 1 chart (folding). Some light spotting and offsetting, first published in 1846. A lovely copy! (Allibone 1025.Brunet 20743). Title continues: With extracts from The Journal of James Brooke, Esq. of Sarawak. With an additional chapter, comprising recent Intelligence, by Walter K Kelly. As an officer of high social rank, great courage, and excellent seamanship, Keppel was too excitable and hasty to be a successful admiral in peacetime. While his diminutive stature only encouraged him to try harder, his social standing made him question those placed in authority over him, most notably Sir Charles Napier in 1854. See ODNB.

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        Paddiana; or Scraps and Sketches of Irish Life, Present and Past

      two volumes, contemporary half-leather over marbled boards, raised bands, decorated in gilt, leather labels (one cracked, one chipped with loss), volume I a trifle chipped at head of spine, vignette titlepages, advertisement leaf volume I, shelf-wear, a pretty set. also attributed to Sir William Henry Gregory; from the Castletown, Co Fermanagh library with their armorial bookplate front pastedowns; first edition; 322 and 266 pages - Richard Bentley 1847

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        Observations on the Temple of Serapis. . .

      Privately printed 1847 - Inscribed to Antoine-Cesar BecquerelBabbage, Charles. Observations on the Temple of Serapis. . . . Privately printed, 1847. Original red cloth, with gilt motif of temple on front cover, partly unopened, insignificant cracking in upper parts of hinges. 42 [4, advertisements]pp. 2 lithographed plates (1 partly hand-colored) and text illustrations. 222 x 138 mm. Provenance: Inscribed by Babbage on verso of endpaper: "A M. M. Becquerel [i.e., Antoine-Cesar Becquerel (1788-1878); name effaced but still faintly legible] Membre de L'Institut de France from the Author." First edition. Babbage's scientific interests did not confine themselves to mathematics, economics, and computation, but ranged over a wide variety of subjects, including astronomy, electricity and magnetism, physics, and geology. This paper reported his observations on the Temple of Serapis, an ancient ruin situated on the seacoast near Naples that Babbage studied during his 1828 European tour. From the strata in which [the temple] was embedded and encrustation on the marble columns [Babbage] was able to estimate the sea level at various earlier dates. . . . [In March 1834] Babbage read a paper to the Geological Society on his observations together with a theory of the movement of isothermal surfaces within the earth. He sought to prove that large tracts of the earth's surface subside through the ages, whilst other portions rise irregularly at various rates (Hyman 1982, 71).An abstract of Babbage's paper was privately printed the same year (see Van Sinderen 1980, no. 48); however, Babbage did not allow full publication until 1847, when he had the paper privately printed with some additions (including a brief bibliography of his publications). Babbage's isothermal theory was significant for Charles Lyell, who used the figure of the Temple of Serapis for the frontispiece to his Principles of Geology (1830); and for John Herschel, who came up with the theory of geosynclines, for which he and Babbage are often given credit together. As the key image for a certain kind of geological movement, the Temple of Serapis was later analyzed in great detail by Suess in his development of global tectonics.Babbage presented this copy to the physicist Antoine-Cesar Becquerel, of the noted French scientific family whose members also include Antoine-Cesar's grandson Henri Becquerel (1852-1908), discoverer of radioactivity. Antoine-Cesar Becquerel made contributions to mineralogy, electricity, and chemistry, investigating the electrical effects of compression and heat on minerals, synthesizing mineral substances, and demonstrating that electricity can be generated by the contact of dissimilar bodies only under certain conditions. Van Sinderen 1980, no. 57. Origins of Cyberspace 63. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Three years wandering in the northern provinces of China, including a visit to the tea, silk and cotton countries.

      John Murray 1847 - Londres, John Murray, 1847. In 8 de XXIV-420-16pp. (publicité de l'éditeur), reliure en pleine toile fauve clair de l'époque, dos lisse décoré de friscs estampées, titre estampé et doré, dos légèrement insolé avec une petite trace de stylo noir sur la tête du dos, plats estampés de larges frises, plat supérieur orné d'un dragon estampé et doré, de nombreuses illustration en noir hors texte, seconde édition, bon et bel exemplaire. Robert Fortune (1812-1880) fut connu pour être un chasseur/chercheur de plants de thé, surtout en Chine. Ce livre contient le récit de son premier voyage effectué en Chine. L'auteur fut aussi un entomologiste et un écrivain de voyage. Enfin il supervisa et fut à l'origine du transfert de 23 892 jeune plants de théiers de différentes régions productrices de thé vers les pieds de l'Himalaya, dans le nord de l'Inde. II contribua enfin à l'essor de l'usage des plantes décoratives et ornementales dans les jardins anglais originaires de Chine et d'Inde au milieu du XIXème siècle. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Thesaurus of Karen knowledge comprising traditions, legends or fabels, poetry, customs, superstitions, demonology, theraputics, etc., alphabetically arranged, and forming a complete native Karen dictionary with definitions and examples illustrating the usages of every word. Written by Sau Kau-Too, and compiled by J[onathan] Wade."

      "Karen Mission Press, C[ephas] Bennett" Tavoy: "Karen Mission Press, C[ephas] Bennett". 1847-50. "First and only edition, 4 volumes, 8vo, volume 1 with an English title-p. and a 2-p. English preface by Wade, the others with a title-p. in English; the text throughout is in Karen; full original calf in varying hues, each with gilt-stamped titles and vol. designation numbers on the spines, the top panel of the fourth volume chipped away, a number of signatures sprung in vol. III, all vols. somewhat shaken, worn and occasionally stained. Jonathan Wade was an American missionary born in 1798. American missionaries first arrived among the Karen tribes in 1828. It was apparently impracticable for them to set up a printing-press in the wild country of the Shan states, but they did so several hundred miles farther south, at Tavoy, in the Tenasserim province. [The first book of the press appears to be Wade's own Karen dictionary (Tavoy ca. 1842-44).] In 1846 the Rev. Cephas Bennett published there An Anglo-Karen Vocabulary. But he was not the first pioneer to set the Karen language down on paper, for we are told that Karen was ""never written till Dr. Wade, an American missionary, reduced it to writing using the Burmese consonants. The Karens thus have no written literature"" (The Spread of Printing, Eastern Hemisphere, p. 87). This set, then, represents the first printed appearance of the body of Karen literature. A compelling set of a rare work."

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      Dorier Libraire rue Puits-Gaillot - Rivoire, Libraire, Place Montazet, - Lyon, 1847 - Reliure In Octavo demi chagrin brun sur cartonnage marbré vert-noir, dos à quatre nerfs, fleurons dans les caissons et titrage au petit fer, ex Libris en garde de la bibliothèque de M.Joseph Nouvellet - Gravure frontispice de A. Du Verdier suivi du "Discours sur la réduction de la Ville de Lyon à l'obéissance de Henry IV - Nouvelle édition , suivie d'une lettre adressée à l'auteur du discours, d'une réponse, et de cinq lettres de Henri IV adressée aux Lyonnais " (LYON, Impr. Demoulin, Ronet et Sibuet - 1843, 38 pages)- "Coq à l'asne et Chanson sur ce qui s'est passé en France puis la mort de Henry de Valois, jusques aux nouvelles déffaictes.Où sont contenus plusieurs beaux équivoques et proverbe Publié par P.M.G. sur l'imprimé de 1590 ( Lyon, imprimerie Dumoulin, Ronet et Sibuet 1843 )."Documents Historique sur la vie et les Moeurs de LOUISE LABE" gravure frontispice , 30 pages ."PLANT POURTRAICT ET DESCRIPTION DE LA VILLE DE LYON, Au XVIe SIECLE; Par Antoine PINET, 18 pages - 1 carte dépliante sur trois vollets : - Cette description est extraite d'un volume de Jean D'Ogerolles (1564) plus largement consacré à l'Europe et au monde." VAUCANSSON A LYON en 1744 , documents historiques pour servir à l'histoire de la ville de Lyon, au XVIIIe Siècle" 26 pages-1 fac similé." BULLE DE N.S.P LE PAPE CLEMENT XIV, Portant suppression et extinction de la Société de Jésus.Nouvelle édition Dédiée au clergé et aux fidèles de l'église Gallicane ( Deuxième tirage, Imprimerie de Marle Aîné, 1845, 20 pages)." Récit sommaire des Opérations DU SIEGE DE LYON, EN 1795, Suivi d'une carte des environs de Commune-Affranchie, où sont représentés les travaux du siège soutenu par cette ville rebelle.Extrait de la Bibliographie historique de Lyon, pendant la Révolution" ( LYON, IMP Mable, 1846 ) 8pp-1 double carte gravure." Rapport sur le Siège de LYON, Par le Citoyen DOPPET, Général en chef de l'armée des Alpes.Publié sur le Manuscrit Original ( par Gonon - Lyon, Imp Mothon, 1846, ) 16 pages.Médaille Commémorative De l'établissement du Système Métrique et de SON USAGE EXCLUSIF Publiée à Lyon Par M. Gonon, Dessinée et gravée par Marius Penin " la page de titre porte la mention "LA MEDAILLE EST EN VENTE : A LYON. Chez M Fontaine, A PARIS. A l'Hotel des Monnaies de Médailles" , 1840, 8pp-3 planches." Descriptions des communes occupées par le Camp de Maoeuvres Commandé par S.A.R Monseigneur le Duc de Nemours " Lyon, 1843, 6 pages. "Lyon en 1793. Procés-verbaux authentiques et inédits du commité de surveillance de la Section Des Droits-De-L'homme -L'une de ces 32 sections de cette commune pendant le siège , contenant, jour par jour, le récit des calamités supportées par les Lyonnais pendant leur rébellion contre le gouvernement de leur patrie, précédé de la description officielle des fêtes républicaines (.) pendant le siège désastreux " Lyon, Mothon, 1847, 189 pages,10 planches ht dont une est colorisée.Suivi de"Bibliographie historique du siège de Lyon en 1793 Contenant la nomenclature, par ordre Chronologique, des ouvrages relatifs au siège de cette ville, publiés depuis le II Nivose An XIV de la République, jusqu'à nos jours "." Les citoyens de Ville-Affranchie, aux représentants du peuple A ville-Affranchie, Le Jour de l'inauguration du Temple de la Raison, (.) Lyon, Marle 1846, 7 pp." Le peuple de Ville Affranchie, A la convention Nationale." Lyon, Marle, 16 Pages. "Tableau de Lyon en 1786, Par Grimod de la Beynière, adressé sous forme de lettre A. Mercier, Auteur du Tableau de Paris" Lyon, Imp.de Louis Boitel, 1843, 16 pages. Peu courant .Coins inférieurs émoussés, frottements sans gravité, belle et riche réunion consacrée en grande partie à la Révolution à Lyon, mais aussi à Louise Labé, VAUCANSSON.Pour tout complément d'information CONTACTER LA LIBRAIRIE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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