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        Malerisch-historische Schilderung der Neckargegenden von Mannheim bis Heilbronn. Mit 24 Stahlstichen (in Aquatinta von J. J. Tanner).

      H. J. Kessler (Varrentrapp'sche Sortiments-Buchhandlung), Frankfurt am Main 1847 - Titelbild, Titelblatt, 1 Blatt Verbesserungen, 110 S., 1 Blatt Anzeigen. Privater neuerer Pappband von ca. 1930 mit bedrucktem Papier-Rückenschildchen. Die herrlichen Tafeln mit Ansichten von Mannheim, Heidelberg (2), Stift Neuburg, Neckargemünd, Dilsberg, Neckarsteinach (2), Hirschhorn, Eberbach, Stolzeneck, Zwingenberg (2), Neckargerach, Hochhausen, Hornberg, Guttenberg, Horneck und Gundelsheim, Ehrenberg, Wimpfen, Neckarsulm, Weinsberg, Heilbronn und Lauffen. Der recht seltene Band erschien ursprünglich broschiert. Das Papier ist durchgängig leicht stockfleckig, das letzte Blatt mit Verlagsanzeigen von Engelmann in Heidelberg hat der Buchbinder am oberen wie unteren Blattrand mit einem farblich passendem Papierstreifen verstärkt. Insgesamt handelt es sich um ein gutes, ordentliches und vollständiges Exemplar mit nur geringen Gebrauchsspuren in einem geschmackvollen neueren privaten Einband. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Rolf Bulang]
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        und Freunde der Astronomie, Geographie und Witterungskunde. (Später: Unterhaltungen im Gebiete der Astronomie, Geographie und Meteorologie). Hrsg. von G. A. Jahn. Jgg. 1-9 in 9 Bänden.

      Leipzig Hunger bzw Halle Schmidt -55 1847 - (22 x 13,5 cm). Mit Abbildungen, einigen Tafeln und zahlreichen Tabellen. Halblederbände der Zeit. Hier die ersten Jahrgänge dieser seltenen astronomischen Zeitschrift. U.a. mit zahlreichen Nekrologen, einem Verzeichnis der lebenden Astronomen, Optiker, Mechaniker etc., sowie Beiträgen zur Geschichte der Astronomie, über verschiedene Sonnenfinsternisse und Himmelsereignisse, chronologische astronomische Ereignisse, mehrere Sternwarten, diverse Kometen und Planetoiden, verschiedene wissenschaftliche Instrumente, einige astronomische Expeditionen etc. - Gestempelt. Vorsätze gebräunt. Einbände etwas berieben und bestoßen. Mit Bibliotheksrückenschildern. - Kirchner 9566 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lake Superior Mining Company

      , 1847-1848. 1847-1848. Michigan's Upper Peninsula was rich in mineral deposits, primarily copper and iron, which were discovered on the 1840s. The Upper Peninsula's mines would eventually produce more mineral wealth than the California Gold Rush, especially after shipping was simplified with the opening of the Soo Locks in 1855 and docks in Marquette in 1859. The Upper Peninsula supplied 90% of America's copper by the 1860s. It would be the largest supplier of iron ore by the 1890s. The Lake Superior Copper Company was the first company to actually produce copper in the Lake Superior region. The archive consists of thirty-six (36) pieces: Notably a Broadside, 16½" x 21" headed "By The President of the United States. In pursuance of an act of Congress approved on the 1st day of March, 1847, establishing "a land office in the Northern part of Michigan, and to provide for the sale of mineral lands in the State of Michigan. The Broadside continues with all the associated legal requirements and is signed in type by President James Polk; an attractive manuscript map showing the Isle Royal on the shore of Lake Superior with identified tracts of land; two partly-printed pay receipts, each with an engraving of the "Inventors of Printing in the left margin; a Printed letter of Richard M. Young, Land Commissioner with instructions to Land Officers at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan; an analysis of copper and silver on illustrated letterhead from Robert Longman, a "sweep smelter and refiner" dated at Brooklyn, 1846; plus five (5) letters written to the Lake Superior Copper Company, from February 1847 to March 1848, primarily one page and mostly discussing small stock transactions; with twenty (20) letters written between 1844-1846 discussing the mineral rights of the area; plus nine (9) miscellaneous related documents concerning insurance, leases, receipts, etc…" A fascinating lot worthy of further research. Mostly fine or better.

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        DESCRIPTION OF BANVARD'S PANORAMA OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, PAINTED ON THREE MILES OF CANVAS: EXHIBITING A VIEW OF COUNTRY 1200 MILES IN LENGTH, EXTENDING FROM THE MOUTH OF THE MISSOURI RIVER TO THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS; BEING BY FAR THE LARGEST PICTURE EVER EXECUTED BY MAN.

      Boston: John Putnam, 1847. - 48pp. Original printed wrappers. Wrappers a bit soiled and dusty, front joint partially split, spine a bit chipped. Foxed and toned. Good plus. An extensive promotional description of John Banvard's famous three- mile panorama of the Mississippi River, the most successful exhibition of its kind. Large-scale visual exhibitions built around a single theme had been gaining in popularity since Louis-Jacques Mandé Daguerre's development of the diorama in Paris in 1822, but when Banvard's landscape behemoth arrived in Boston in 1846, a new age in public entertainment based on a shared visual event arrived with it. Banvard chose a topic with wide public appeal, and his scrolling profile of the romantic Mississippi River captured the attention and opened the purse strings of numerous patrons in Boston, New York, London, Paris, and beyond. Banvard's success was not grounded in any real artistic talent, but rather in the charming tales and anecdotes he told on stage that brought his collection of river scenes to life. The present text, in addition to the expected testimonials, includes scene-by-scene descriptions of the panorama itself. These descriptions offer textual evidence of Banvard's narrative performance and contain the real source of the panorama's power. These charming vignettes of provincial life along the mighty Mississippi set his visual extravaganza in context and, ultimately, made Banvard a wealthy man. HOWES B110, "aa." EBERSTADT 133:652. SABIN 3223. DAB I, p.582. GROCE & WALLACE, p.27.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Christoph Columbus Logbuch, als Geheimschrift von mir selbst, für meinen derSohn Diego, vom 3ten August 1492 an, geführt und mit Schildereien und Karten versehen worden. Aufgefischt von C.M.Seyppel.

      Vier ungezählte Seiten mit Vorabbemerkung und Titel, 39 Seiten und fünf ungezählte Seiten, zahlreiche Abbildungen im Text. 4, 2 lagiges originalwelliges Pergament , die im Inneren mit je 1 Papptafel verstärkt sind und mit zahlreichen Applikationen (Meeressand, Tangresten, Muscheln), das erste und letzte Blatt ebnfalls mit Meeressand versehen, Textseiten teils grün verfärbt, leider ohne das Sigel, welche "Gebrauchsspuren" am Einband original sind oder sich ion späteren Zeiten ergaben haben, kann nicht eindeutig bestimmt werden, innen gut erhalten. Carl Maria Seyppel (1847 bis 1913) war Kunstmaler in Düsseldorf.

      [Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Goslar]
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        Topographische Karte des Landes zunächst um Berlin nach den Originalvermessungen metallographirt in der topographischen Abtheilung des grossen Generalstabes.

      - altkol. Lithographie, um 1847, in 60 Blatt ( je 22,2 x 22,7) Schulz, Stadtpläne von Berlin, Nr. 583. Alle Karten vorder- und rückseitig gestempelt. - In einer schlichten Papp-Faltmappe. Sehr seltenes Kartenwerk über Berlin und seine Umgebungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        The Shoes of Fortune and Other Tales

      Chapman & Hall, London 1847 - We offer an attractive copy of the first English edition of a collection of stories by the famous Danish children's author. The book is bound in decorative green cloth with elaborate designs in gilt on the spine and with a decoration in gilt on the front cover of a dainty pair of shoes. The volume comprising 168 pages includes eleven stories in total; there is a frontispiece and three other full-page tinted lithographs plus some quaint engravings in text. The book has been skillfully recased with the original spine laid down on well-matched new cloth. The binding is slightly sunned on the spine - the gilt titling and decoration however remains very bright, as does the gilt decoration of the shoes on the front cover. There is a neat inked dedication at the head of the half-title page dated 1850. Our copy does have an original fault on page 37, whereby the paper had been creased in the press before it was printed. As a result, a section of the last five lines of the page appear on one fold of the creased paper. When unfolded, a gap appears between the main body of the text and the lines which have been printed by mistake on the corner of the page. The full-page sepia illustrations are quite heavily fox-spotted, showing mostly on the margins and on the reverse of the paper.Even so they remain attractive. Despite detailed points noted, this still remains a particularly fresh and pleasing copy as the elaborate gilt decoration is still so bright on the binding - and the book has been repaired with exceptional skill by highly regarded British binder Maureen Duke. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Jane Eyre An Autobiography Edited by Currer Bell

      London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1847. 3 vols., 8vo, (iv), 304; (iv), 304; (iv), 311, (1) pp. half-titles present, lacking advertisements, pp. 260-268 bound out of order, occasional light foxing, far less than usually seen. Crushed green morocco extra by Samblanck-Weckesser, gilt top, triple gilt fillet, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, slipcase. Gilt-tooled leather bookplate in each vol. A lovely and unusually clean copy of this preeminent classic in a fine example of the elegant bindings demanded by early collectors. First edition with all headline and chapter heading issue points per Parrish. Charlotte Brontë's first published work and the most successful of all the Brontë sisters' novels. Published on October 19, 1847, in an edition of just 500 copies, the novel was an immediate success and was reprinted twice the following year. It was swiftly recognized as something new to fiction: an autobiographical, epistolary adventure in the tradition of Robinson Crusoe, but an adventure into interior consciousness, and into the mind of an orphaned, downtrodden woman at that. By itself it created a minor revolution in the art of the novel. It is among the most influential works of fiction of the nineteenth century, a key work of proto-feminism, and the inspiration for innumerable adaptations, retellings, and works of literary criticism. Grolier English Literature 167; Parrish pp.87, 99-155; Smith 2. Wise, I, p.72. Provenance: This copy, bound thus, sold in the French sale at Libbie's, April 23, 1901, lot 149, $150. From the estate of a private collector.

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        Natural History of New York. Part VI. PALEONTOLOGY OF NEW YORK. [A COMPLETE SET OF 13 VOLUMES, 1847-1894.] [First editions].

      Published by the State 1847 - Albany, N.Y., thick quarto (9.5 by 12 inches), 8 volumes in 13. ***CONTENTS: [Volume I. Containing descriptions of the organic remains of the lower division of the New-York System, xxiii, [1], 338, [2] p. and 100 plates with explanatory sheets (1847); Volume II. Containing descriptions of the organic remains of the lower middle division of the New-York System, viii, 362, [2] p. and 104 plates with explanatory sheets (1852); Volume III. Containing descriptions and figures of the organic remains of the Lower Helderberg Group and the Oriskany Sandstone, Part I: Text, xii, 532+ p. (1859), Part II: Plates, 142 plates with explanatory sheets (1861); Volume IV. Containing descriptions and figures of the fossil Brachiopoda of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage and Chemung Groups, xi, [3], 428 p. and 69 plates with explanatory sheets (1867); Volume V. Part I. Lamellibranchiata I. Text and plates. Containing descriptions and figures of the Monomyaria of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton and Chemung Groups, xviii, 268 p. and 45 plates with explanatory sheets (1884); Volume V. Part I. Lamellibranchiata II. Text and plates. Containing descriptions and figures of the Dimyaria of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage and Chemung Groups, lxii, [2], p. 269-561, [1] p. and 51 plates with explanatory sheets (1885); Volume V. Part II. Containing descriptions [figures] of the Gasteropoda, Pteropoda and Cephalopoda of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage and Chemung Groups, [vol.1]: Text, xv, [1], 492 p. (1879), [vol. 2]: Plates, 121 plates with explanatory sheets (1879); Volume VI. Corals and Bryozoa: text and plates. Containing descriptions and figures of species from the Lower Helderberg, Upper Helderberg and Hamilton Groups, xxvi, 298 p. and 67 plates with explanatory sheets, plus errata page (1887); Volume VII. Text and plates. Containing descriptions of the trilobites and other Crustacea of the Oriskany, Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage, Chemung and Catskill Groups [with] Supplement to Vol. V, Part II, containing descriptions and illustrations of Pteropoda, Cephalopoda and Annelida, lxiv, 236, 42 p. and 64 plates with explanatory sheets (1888); Volume VIII. An introduction to the study of the genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda, Part I, xvi, 367, [1] p. and 44 plates with explanatory sheets (1892), Part II, xvi, 394 p. and 64 plates with explanatory sheets (1894)]. ***CONDITION: This is a VG to Fine, complete set of this massive, monumental work of American paleontology, unequalled in its scope and detail. All volumes are bound in the original brown embossed cloth, with stylized gilt vignettes of fossil assemblages on the front covers and spines as well as gilt titling on the backstrips. Typically, most covers show only very light wear to the extremities and spine ends; some volumes have seen little handling. The gilt lettering and decoration on the covers is bold and bright. Most joints and hinges are fully intact, bindings firm. Backstrip on vol. 3, plates, relaid; staining to rear cover of vol. 8, part 2. Minor foxing in volumes one and two, but otherwise the texts and plates are near pristine: fresh, clean and bright. The only evidence of previous ownership in any of the volumes is an old armorial bookplate in volume one. Not ex-library. As Reese notes, these bindings generally were not adequate for the weight of the massive text blocks and plates, and it is most unusual to find these volumes in nice condition. A handsome, sound set of a now scarce treatise, bound in the original publisher’s cloth. I could not find any complete sets online. Prime 30-31. Reese, Cat. 215. BMNH 1423. Domestic and international shipping will be extra for this set, but only at my cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic Regions During the Years 1839 43

      First edition, first issue. 2 vols. 8 sepia lithographs (including a folding panorama), 8 charts (3 of these folding, 2 very large), & 18 engraved vignettes. 8vo. Good original cloth, gilt, spines a little darkened, recased. liii, 366; xi, 447, 16ads. (dated January 1847). London, John Murray,

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        MEMORIE PER LA STORIA DI FERRARA.

      1847 - Ferrara, Abram Servadio, 1847. Seconda edizione. Raccolte da A. Frizzi con giunte e note del col. Avv. Camillo Laderchi. Opera di 5 volumi in 8vo grande; cm. 25x17, pag. XIX, 349, (3); X, 442; VI, 522; VI, 504, (2); XVIII, 490, (2), timbri di vecchio possessore su tutti i volumi (dott. "Roberto Azzolini" Ferrara). Con 18 tavole f.t. incise in rame, più volte ripiegate, relative a: carta del Ducato di Ferrara, carta corografica della regione, 2 piante della città, varie tavole di iscrizioni e monumenti, albero genealogico estense, ritratto del Frizzi in medaglia. Il 5 vol., "postumo ed ultimo", fu pubblicato dal figlio Gaetano, ed è introdotto da brevi notizie sulla vita dell'Autore. Legature coeve in mezza pelle con titoli e fregi dorati sui dorsi. Ottimi esemplari ben consevati. Codice inv. 1028220 (2/4a) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND (2 vols) [with] THE COMIC HISTORY OF ROME (1 vol)

      London: Punch Office, 1847. Book. Very good condition. Hardcover. First Edition. Octavo (8vo). Three volumes uniformly bound in blue leather, with rubbing to the hinges and one hinge strengthened. ENGLAND: appears to be a first edition with title pages dated 1847 and 1848, and publisher listed as Punch Office. Both volumes are complete with the half-title page, each illustrated with 10 colored plates and 120 in-text black-and-white illustrations by John Leech. Small scuff to title page of first volume. ROME: no date on title page and printer listed as Bradbury and Evans. Contains 10 color plates and 98 in-text black-and-white illustrations by John Leech. All three volumes are bound in matching blue leather bindings; top edge gilt. Minor soiling to some page edges, one title page with a small crack at the hinge, and minor wear to the bindings. Measures 8.5 inches (height). An attractive set..

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        Die Architectur und ihr Verhältniß zur heutigen Malerei und Sculptur.

      Stuttgart und Tübingen Cotta 1847 - (21,5 x 13,5 cm). XXIV, 180 (1) S. Leinwandband der Zeit. Einzige Ausgabe. - Hübsch (1795-1863), Architekt und großherzoglicher Baudirektor, leitete über 20 Jahre die Karlsruher Bauschule und wurde dadurch zum führenden Architekten des Großherzogtums Baden. "In mehreren Schriften, deren bekannteste 1828 unter dem Titel 'In welchem Style sollen wir bauen?' erschien, hat er seine Theorien zu diesem 'Rundbogenstil' ausführlich dargelegt. Neue konstruktive Lösungen und die Einführung des unverputzten Backstein- und Werksteinmauerwerks zeugen für sein Streben nach Wirtschaftlichkeit und 'Wahrheit' in Konstruktion und Material. Charakteristische Beispiele dafür sind das Finanzministerium in Karlsruhe, die katholische Kirche in Bulach und die Trinkhalle in Baden-Baden. Sein Hauptwerk in Karlsruhe ist die Baugruppe um den Botanischen Garten mit Kunsthalle, Theater und der Orangerie mit den Gewächshäusern. Dazu kommt die 1854-58 erbaute Westfassade des Speyerer Doms" (NDB). - Titel mit zwei alten Stempeln, sonst sehr sauber und wohlerhalten

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        The Nightingale and Other Tales

      Grant and Griffith, London 1847 - 174pp. Published c1847, this is a rare example of one of the first English editions of Andersen. Illustrated throughout with both full page color plates and black and white illustrations within the text. Covers dust-soiled, and some light marks to pages. All edges gilt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Fleurs Animees

      Paris: Gabriel De Gonet, 1847. First edition. leather_bound. Full dark green calf. Aeg. Very good. 2 vols. Grandville, Jean Ignace Isadore. 262,263-364 (IV)132 pages. 26.5 x 18.5 cm, Hand-colored wood engraved title, 50 hand-colored engraved plates by Geoffroy after Grandville, two unsigned engraved botanical plates. Introduction by Alphonse Karr, text by Taxile Delord. GORDON N. RAY 198. "Fleurs animees" were his favorite work....."the work into the execution of which he put all that was in him of poetic and gracious originality." Ray also noted Grandville's technique was much like modern artists, exploring the same subject "through a sequence of slight but significant variations." Plates bright and clean, some slight text toning to a handful of leaves, two centimeter dampstain at head not effecting text or plates Vols. I-II. Raised bands, spine panels richly gilt in floral motifs, two red leather spine labels printed in gilt, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, modest surface wear.

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        Del Pignoramento del Pegno, e dell'Anticresi Comenti del TIT. XVII del LIB. III del Cod. Civ. di Troplong ... Opera che fa seguito a quella del signor Toullier. Prima versione italiana di L. Lo Gatto annotata da V. Moreno ...

      Stabilimento Tip. E Calc. Di C. Batelli e Comp. - Napoli, 1847. ITALIANO 0,71 Volume della metà dell'800 in buono stato, coperta in mezzapelle, piatti marmorizzati, su dorso magnifici fregi e caratteri incisi in oro, bordo e punte poco sfregati, tagli con fioritura, pagine ben conservate, testo posto su due colonne. Prima versione italiana. USATO

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        Map Atlas. [Three colored maps to accompany "Report on the Geology of the Lake Superior Land District, [Michigan]"]. [First editions in original hardcover portfolio, c. 1847].

      the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1847 - Washington, octavo portfolio (6 x 9 inches) containing 3 folding, hand-colored maps. ***CONTENT: This is the complete map portfolio in the original embossed and decorated plum cloth covers. Stamped in gilt on the front cover is "Maps - Foster & Whitney's Report"; blindstamped on the rear cover is the US emblem with eagle, shield, flags and "E. Pluribus Unum". Maps include: 1) "Geological map of the Lake Superior land district", etc. (39 x 29 inches). This striking map shows the geology of the region in thirteen bold colors, and locates silver, iron and copper mines, forges and furnaces, etc. 2) "Section and diagram illustrating the geology of the region between the northern shores of Lakes Superior and Michigan" (48 x 8 inches). This map covers the area from Thunder Bay, Ontario, on Lake Superior, south to Green Bay on Lake Michigan. 3) "Geological map of the district between Keweenaw Bay and Chocolate River", etc. (24 x 20.5 inches). This detailed map illustrates the rock types (sandstone, limestone, granite, etc.) of this iron-rich region in six colors, and indicates topography with hachures. Lithography by Ackerman, New York. ***CONDITION: The map case and included maps are in near Fine condition. The portfolio is very well preserved, with only mild bumping to two corners and uniform sunning to the backstrip. Spine cloth expertly relaid; joints and hinges complete and strong. Bold, bright gilt lettering on the front cover. All three maps are very clean and supple, the colors are clear and bright; minor tears archivally repaired on the verso. Evidence of previous ownership includes a bookplate on the portfolio's front pastedown and two old stamps on the verso of map no. 1. This is a particularly nice copy of this scarce atlas. Marcou 367, 368, 369. Ask about my other old books/maps on Michigan geology. International shipping will be extra for this atlas, but only at my cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND (2 vols) [with] THE COMIC HISTORY OF ROME (1 vol).

      London: Punch Office, 1847. Book. Very good condition. Hardcover. First Edition. Octavo (8vo). Three volumes uniformly bound in blue leather, with rubbing to the hinges and one hinge strengthened. ENGLAND: appears to be a first edition with title pages dated 1847 and 1848, and publisher listed as Punch Office. Both volumes are complete with the half-title page, each illustrated with 10 colored plates and 120 in-text black-and-white illustrations by John Leech. Small scuff to title page of first volume. ROME: no date on title page and printer listed as Bradbury and Evans. Contains 10 color plates and 98 in-text black-and-white illustrations by John Leech. All three volumes are bound in matching blue leather bindings; top edge gilt. Minor soiling to some page edges, one title page with a small crack at the hinge, and minor wear to the bindings. Measures 8.5 inches (height). An attractive set..

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        KEEPSAKE, The.

      London: Longmans 1836 - 1847 - 12 volumes, 9.25 inches tall. A spectacular consecutive run in full straight grain morocco by Bedford, one of the greatest London bookbinders of the period. Gilt raised bands, simple gilt pallets , titles and all edges gilt. Delightful anthologies of poetry and prose embellished with 169 engravings. With very many contributors including Mary Shelley, Charles Dickens, Walter Savage Landor, Captain Marryat, Benjamin D'Israeli and William Harrison Ainsworth. With the armorial bookplate of Thomas Basil Duguid. Some light foxing to some plates but overall a beautiful run in pristine condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Li Margarideto. Poésies provençales. (Idiome d’Arles en Provence).

      Paris, Techener, 1847, broché, couv. imp. –2 pl. de musique in-texte. –Très bel exemplaire sans rousseurs. - in-8 de VIII-243 pp. ; Edition originale. Très rare.

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        Enciclopedia delle Scienze Pratiche della Medicina

      NAPOLI: Francesco Azzolino, 1847. Rilegato. BUONO. 15 23. USATO

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        Johnston's Commercial & Industrial Map of England and Wales & Part of Scotland Showing the Lines of Railway Complete or in Progress the Seats of the Principal Trades & Manufactures & the Districts of Mines & Minerals, Distinguishing Canals & Navigable .

      Edinburgh: W & A. K. Johnston & Publishers, 1847. Full title. Johnston's Commercial & Industrial Map of England and Wales & Part of Scotland Showing the Lines of Railway Complete or in Progress the Seats of the Principal Trades & Manufactures & the Districts of Mines & Minerals, Distinguishing Canals & Navigable, Rivers, tracing the tracks of foreign & coasting steam vessels, & marking the position of Lighthouses &c. Large folding linen backed coloured map, in 2 parts. Map measures 71 x 57 inches, [ 180x145mm ]. A few small secitions of map lifting at folds, minor wear. Map in very good clean condition. House in publishers leather case, which has split along spine. A very nice map.. Very Good.

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        Werke. Vollständige Ausgabe. HIER : VIERZEHN Bände durch einen Verein von Freunden des Verewigten: D. Ph. Marheineke, D. J. Schulze u.a., Bände 1,2, 3/4,5,6, 7/1, 7/2,8,9,11,12,13,14,15. ( OHNE Band 10: Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik und die Bände 16.-17: Vermischte Schriften. 18. Philosophische Propädeutik. )

      XVIII, 412XII, 591 VIII,452,225 VIII,343 XL,414 XXX,698 X,470 XVII, 432 XXVI,547 XX,436 553 XVI,375 Seiten 517 624 Seiten. Originalhalblederbände. 23 cm Einbände nur leicht berieben, die Lederrücken etwas stärker berieben, die Seiten papierbedingt gebräunt und etwas braunfleckig. Im Falz teils leicht angeplatzt. Sonst gutes Exemplar der Bände 1 - 15. ( OHNE die Bände 10,16,17,18). Enthält : Philosophische Abhandlungen. Phänomenologie des Geistes. Wissenschaft der Logik. Vorlesungen über die Naturphilosophie als der Encyklopädie der philosophischen Wissenschaften im Grundrisse. Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts oder Naturrecht und Staatswissenschaft im Grundrisse. ( DRITTE AUFLAGE, 1847) . Vorlesungen über die Philosopie der Geschichte. (DRITTE AUFLAGE, 1847). Vorlesungen über die Philosophie der Religion. Nebst einer Schrift über die Beweise vom Daseyn Gottes. ZWEITE, VERBESSERTE Auflage.(1840). Vorlesungen über die Geschichte der Philosophie. Zweite, VERBESSERTE Auflage.

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        Les Fleurs Animees

      Gabriel De Gonet, Paris 1847 - 262,263-364 (IV)132 pages. 26.5 x 18.5 cm, Hand-colored wood engraved title, 50 hand-colored engraved plates by Geoffroy after Grandville, two unsigned engraved botanical plates. Introduction by Alphonse Karr, text by Taxile Delord. GORDON N. RAY 198. "Fleurs animees" were his favorite work."the work into the execution of which he put all that was in him of poetic and gracious originality." Ray also noted Grandville's technique was much like modern artists, exploring the same subject "through a sequence of slight but significant variations." Plates bright and clean, some slight text toning to a handful of leaves, two centimeter dampstain at head not effecting text or plates Vols. I-II. Raised bands, spine panels richly gilt in floral motifs, two red leather spine labels printed in gilt, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, modest surface wear. Full dark green calf. Aeg. Very good. 2 vols [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CURSO ELEMENTAL DE INSTRUCCION DE CIEGOS. Obra útil a estos desgraciados, a sus padres y maestros, y a todas las personas que se ocupan de educación.

      - Parte primera: Historia, teoría y prograrma de la enseñanza (por Juan Manuel Ballesteros). Parte segunda: Práctica de la enseñanza (por Francisco Fernández Villabrille). Madrid, Imprenta del Colegio de Sordo-mudos y Ciegos, 1847, 1ª edición,14x21, XII-286 págs. 1 hoja. Contiene 13 láminas, algunas plegadas (tablas de Saunderson, Mapa de Europa, Alfabetos, textos y alfabeto con el Sistema Braille, etc.). Encuadernados en holandesa de época con hierros románticos en lomera. (Obra pionera en instrucción para invidentes. En esta obra el autor hizo las modificaciones oportunas para adaptar el Sistema Braille al español. Ambos autores eran profesores del Colegio de Sordo-mudos y Ciegos de Madrid). Raro. (57493).

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        Wanderungen durch Tyrol und Steyermark.

      Lpz., Wigand, 1847. 2. durchgesehene Auflage. 2 in 1 Bd. 19 x 13,5 cm. 392 S. Mit 60 Stahlstichtafeln nach L. Meyer. HLwd. mit Rtit. Das malerische und romantische Deutschland, Bd. X. - Vgl. Engelmann 417; Nebehay-W. 695. - Mit den schönen Ansichten u.a. von Franzensfeste, Graz, Hoheneppan, Innsbruck, Klausen, Kronmetz, Landeck, Murau, Pettau, Stubaital, Taufers, Torbole. - Einband leicht berieben. Gering gebräunt und etwas braunfleckig. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Österreich

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        Kitab Alf layla wa-layla (Hindustani).

      Kanpur (Cawnpore), Mustafai Press, 1263 AH [1847 AD]. - Large 4to (180 x 274 mm). 4 volumes bound as two. Lithographed throughout, with decorated title pages and a full-page floral illustration to the final page. (4), 276 pp. (duplicate set of pp. 121-124 inserted after p. 20). 284 pp. (p. 126 from book 3, verso blank, bound head-over-heels at the end). 214 pp. 196 pp. (with an index page "69" inserted at the beginning and end of the second volume). Contemporary full red calf with flat spines, painted entirely with floral oriental designs; both covers with inlaid gilt floral stamps. Very early and rare Hindustani (Urdu) version of the "Thousand and One Nights", translated by Munshi Adb al-Karîm. This was considered by J. F. Blumhardt, the cataloguer of the Hindustani books in the British Library and consultant to Richard Burton, the first complete version in Urdu, as a previous one, lithographed at Madras in 1836, comprised merely the first 200 "Nights" (Chauvin, however, cites an edition issued in Lucknow in 1828 as the first). Al-Karim's translation was based on Edward Forster's 1802 English version. "After two years' labour [.] the whole work [was completed] in AH 1258 (AD 1842). It was lithographed at the Mustafai Press at Kanpur (Cawnpore) in the year AH 1263 (AD 1847) and published in four vols., in two royal 8vos, lithographed; each containing two Jilds (or parts) [.] This translation is written in an easy, fluent style, omitting all coarseness of expression or objectionable passages, in language easily understood, and at the same time in good and elegant Hindustani. It is therefore extremely popular, and selections from the 4th Jild have been taken as text books for the Indian Civil Service examinations [.] There has been no attempt to divide this tranlation into Nights: there are headings to the several tales and nothing more" (Burton, quoting information supplied by Blumhardt). - Volumes 1 and 4 are dated in Arabic (and vol. 1 also in Latin). A few reinforcements. Some loosening of the sewing in book 2. Some worming, more pronounced in the 2nd volume, but mainly confined to margins. Several pencil annotations by an early 20th century scholar's hand in book 3. An appealingly bound copy. Chauvin IV, 20Y. Burton XIII, p. xi. Cf. Blumhardt, BM Cat., col. 36 (this edition not in the British Library). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Notizie edite ed inedite della vita e delle opere di Marcello Malpighi e di Lorenzo Bellini.

      Bologna, Tipografia Governativa alla Volpe, 1847, 4to legatura coeva in mezza pelle con titoli e fregi dorati al dorso, pp.(8)-539 con una tavola in antiporta incisa in acciaio con ritratto del Malpighi (incisa da L.Martelli su disegno del Rosaspina) e una tavola ripiegata fuori testo con la riproduzione di una lettera di Malpighi. Rarissimo.

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        Lehrbuch der chemischen und physikalischen Geologie. 2 Bände in 4 Bänden

      Adolph Marcus Verlag 1847 Adolph Marcus Verlag, Bonn, 1847-1855. XXXIV/989/2512 S. mit zusammen 22 Textholzschnitten und 3 lithographischen Tafeln, original Halbleder mit Goldprägung (NaV./etwas stockfl./gering bst.) - gute einheitliche Exemplare - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Naturwissenschaft, Bergbau/Geol.

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        Chrestomathie Persane, publiee sous les auspices de M. le Ministre de lInstruction Publique. Tomes 1 + 2.

      In-8. CLV, 276 XXXVIII, 292 (2) p. (= Chrestomathies orientales), demi-reliures de toile avec titres dorés. - 1. Prolégomènes des tables astronomiques d'Oloug-Beg, publiés avec notes et variantes, et précédés d'une introduction par L.P. E. A. Sédillot. 1847. - Mirkhond: Histoire de Sassanides, à l'usage des élèves de l'école royale et spéciale des langues orientales vivantes. 1843. - 2. Prolégomènes des tables astronomiques d'Oloug-Beg. Traduction et commentaire, par L.P.E.A. Sédillot. 1853. Reliures un peu frottées. Petite manque sur le plat. Quelques cachets sur les pages de titre et sur les dernières pages de texte. Papier un peu taché par la moisissure.

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        Illustrations of Medical Botany: Consisting of Coloured Figures of the Plants Affording the Important Articles of the Materia Medica

      Robert P. Smith, Philadelphia 1847 - Nicely preserved copy of this elaborate and important early American color plate book, the text foxed as is typical but in an unrestored contemporary binding. REESE (American Color Plate Books) 16; NISSEN 333. MCGRATH, American Colorplate Books, p.54: "Particularly noteworthy for their technique are the 100 very fine hand-colored lithographs, all carefully heightened with varnish, that were published in Joseph Carson's Illustrations of Medical Botany (Phila., 1847).". Two volumes bound in one; folio (34.5cm.); contemporary full sheep, black gilt-lettered spine in six compartments; [2],63,60; 99 (of 100) lithographed hand-colored plates. Boards rather rubbed at extremities with faint signs of soil, unfortunate recent ballpoint pen ownership inscription on front free endpaper, text quite foxed and slightly affecting plates, one plate (no. 94, Veratrum sabadilla) trimmed at bottom edge affecting text. Lacking plate no. 95 (Orchis mascula). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Enciclopedia delle Scienze Pratiche della Medicina

      Francesco Azzolino, 1847. ITALIANO 0,73 Tomo VII, legatura a mezza pelle verde con rivestimento in carta policroma ai piatti, titoli in oro in fregio al dorso, taglio annerito e frastagliato, sporadiche fioriture alle pagine, segno manoscritto al foglio di guardia, testo su due colonne, frontespizio completo di riferimenti a corpo eterogeneo, traduzione dall'inglese all'italiano a cura di L. Michelotti, prima edizione napoletana accresciuta di articoli medici del Dott. P. Perrone USATO

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        Life, Trial and Execution, Thomas Sale, For the Murder of Mr..

      1847. "One Monday Morning, Near Six O'Clock, With a Window Bolt He Gave Him a Knock" [Broadside]. [Execution]. Sale, Thomas [d. 1848]. Life, Trial and Execution. Thomas Sale, For the Murder of Mr. Bellchambers. [London], C. Paul, Printer, [1848]. 19-1/2" x 14-1/2" broadside. Text in four columns below headline and large woodcut execution scene flanked by a set of verses within woodcut border. Light browning, some edgewear and light soiling to margins, chip near center of right-hand margin with minor loss to text, a few creases, some with clean tears, some repaired on verso with archival tape, "Oct. 1847" in small contemporary hand near head of text. $1,500. * On October 11, 1847, John Bellchambers, "a wealthy old gentleman," was attacked with an iron bolt and robbed by a gang near his home in Westminster, later dying from his wounds. Two of the gang, Thomas Sale and George McCoy, both aged 25, were found guilty of his murder. Sale made a complete and open confession of his guilt before he was hanged outside Newgate Prison on 10 January 1848. There is a death mask of Sale in Scotland Yard's collection of death masks. See Moss, Scotland Yard's History of Crime in 100 Objects, Appendix III. No copies of this broadside located on OCLC.

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        Formal Logic or, The Calculus of Inference, Necessary and Probable.

      Taylor and Walton, London 1847 - TP + [iii]-vi = Preface + [vii]-xvi = Table of Contents + [1]-336 + [1]-8 = Publisher's ads. Octavo. First Edition. "De Morgan's work, which commenced in the 1840's, can be seen as the bridge between [the] older [Aristotelian] approach [to logic] and Boole's analytical formulation. Boole acknowledged his debt to De Morgan and Hamilton in the preface to his first logical work, 'The Mathematical Analysis of Logic' (1847)." (DSB under De Morgan). De Morgan's work, Formal Logic, published in 1847, is principally remarkable for his development of the numerically definite syllogism. The followers of Aristotle say that from two particular propositions such as Some M's are A's, and Some M's are B's nothing follows of necessity about the relation of the A's and B's. But they go further and say in order that any relation about the A's and B's may follow of necessity, the middle term must be taken universally in one of the premises. De Morgan pointed out that from Most M's are A's and Most M's are B's it follows of necessity that some A's are B's and he formulated the numerically formulated definite syllogism which puts this principle in an exact quantitative form. Suppose, for example, that the number of souls on board a steamer was 1000, that 500 were in the saloon, and 700 were lost. It follows of necessity, that at least 700 + 500 - 1000, that is, 200, saloon passengers were lost. This single principle suffices to prove the validity of all the Aristotelian moods. It is therefore a fundamental principle in necessary reasoning. Here then De Morgan had made a great advance by introducing quantification of the terms. Interestingly, the book is printed throughout using the "long s" (the eighth word in the book's title is, for instance, printed as Neceffary) - a practice that had been generally abandoned by British printers more than 50 years earlier. Publisher's later cloth binding (the six pages of ads present at the end of the book are dated November, 1853) with a printed spine label with faded gilt lettering. The terior is clean, tight and bright. ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Journal of an Overland Expedition in Australia,

      1847 - from Moreton Bay to Port Essington. During the Years 1844-1845. First edition. 7 engraved plates. 8vo. Contemporary half calf, lightly worn at extremities. xx, 544, [12]ads.pp. London, The separate supplement containing three maps illustrative of the expedition is not included. On the successful completion of this extraordinary journey across Australia from south to north Leichardt was hailed as the ?prince of explorers? As many had thought that the expedition had come to grief there was much rejoicing when they arrived at Port Essington on the 17th Decmber 1847 almost a year and a half after they had set off. Leichardt later made an unsuccessful attempt at an east to west crossing; during which expedition he perished. Ferguson, 4571. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les fleurs animées par J.-J. Grandville. Par Alphonse Karr texte par Taxile Delors, Paris, Gabriel de Gonet Éditeur sans date (1847).

      - 2 vol. grand in-8° rel. pleine percaline gaufrée bleu nuit estampée, listel et filet à froid, fers spéciaux dorés représentant une femme-fleur, dans un cadre de fleurs, dorées et mosaïquées, dos lisse orné, tranches dorées. Cartonnage Polychrome de l'éditeur orné d'une plaque signée Haarlaus inspirée du frontispice du tome 1 par Grandville reproduit par Malavieille. Seconde édition à pagination séparée contenant deux frontispices et 50 planches hors-texte en couleurs gravées sur acier (au tome 2 la planche retour des fleurs est en deux états) Très bel état externe petites salissures en gardes, petites rousseurs mais très éparses et somme toute peu développées, la pièce de tomaison du tome 2 est absente, au tome 1 c'est le médaillon vert sous la pièce de tomaison qui est manquant, légers ressauts de cahiers. Beaux Exemplaires. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Les fleurs animées. Texte par Alph. Karr, Taxile Delord & Le Cte Foelix. 2 Bände.

      Paris, Gonet 1847. - Gr.-8°. 364, 62, IV, 132 S. Mit farbigen Frontispices, 49 Farbtafeln, 2902 Tafeln s/w, sowie zahlreichen Textill. Halblederbde. d.Z. mit Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung sowie Goldschnitt (Kanten und Gelenke berieben, Ecken bestossen). Mit schönen und phantasievollen Blumendarstellungen und skurrilen Zeichnungen, die Blumen in menschlicher Gestalt darstellen. - Stellenweise fleckig, Ränder leicht gebräunt, Titelbl. mit handschr. Besitzervermerk, 1 Tafel mit kleinem Einriss - Sander 214. Vicaire III,133. Osterwalder, 447. Carteret, III, 286. Lang fr

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        ARGUMENT OF WILLIAM H. SEWARD, ON THE LAW OF CONGRESS CONCERNING THE RECAPTURE OF FUGITIVE SLAVES [wrapper title].

      Albany. 1847. - 40pp. plus errata slip. Dbd., retaining original front printed wrapper. Minor dust-soiling to front wrapper, light edge wear. Mild foxing to a few leaves. Overall good plus. A rare Supreme Court argument against the Fugitive Slave Law, given before the Supreme Court by William H. Seward in 1847. The work is variously listed under its wrapper title, as we have it, or by the information on the titlepage, which reads, "In the Supreme Court of the United States, John Van Zandt, ad sectum Wharton Jones. Argument for the Defendant. By William H. Seward." Here, Seward represents the defendant, John Van Zandt of Ohio, who was sued by Wharton Jones of Kentucky, who claimed Van Zandt was harboring a fugitive slave who rightfully belonged to him. The text records Seward's argument in front of the Supreme Court, which he divides into four points. In the first two points, Seward argues specific aspects of the case before him. In Seward's last two points, he challenges the Constitutionality of the 1793 Fugitive Slave Act itself. The titles of points three and four are, respectively, "The Law of 1793 is in Conflict with the Ordinance for the Government of the Territory Northwest of the Ohio, passed in 1787, and is therefore void" and "The Law of 1793, so far as its provisions affect the questions now before the Court, is Unconstitutional and Void." William H. Seward was a prominent lawyer from New York, and served as governor of the state from 1839 to 1842. He later served as the Senator for New York, 1849-1861 before serving as President Lincoln's Secretary of State from 1861 to 1869. In-between his governorship of New York and serving in the Senate, Seward continued to practice law, and the present work concerns one of his more notable cases during that time. Seward and his wife, Frances, were ardent abolitionists who participated in the Underground Railroad, opening their home in Auburn, N.Y. to escaped slaves. This earlier case, in which Seward argues not only against enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Act, but against its very existence, is consistent with his later activities against slavery itself. Salmon P. Chase had represented Van Zandt in this case at the circuit level. Chase was unable to travel to Washington, however, to argue the case in front of the Supreme Court. Chase employed Seward to present his brief to the court, entitled RECLAMATION OF FUGITIVES FROM SERVICE, along with Seward's own argument, represented in the present work. "Seward's brief is almost devoid of the antislavery arguments offered by Chase. He is somewhat more legalistic and much briefer in his points and citations" - Finkelman. Scarce in institutions, and rather rare in the marketplace. DUMOND, p.101. FINKELMAN, pp.70-75. SABIN 79504.

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        ELECTORS OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT! READ AND CONSIDER!! AT A MEETING OF GENTLEMEN OF THE WHIG PARTY, AND OF CITIZENS GENERALLY, FAVORABLE TO THE ELECTION OF HON. WILKINS UPDIKE, TO CONGRESS, HELD AT KINGSTON COURT HOUSE, AUG. 11, 1847 [caption title].

      [N.p., likely Kingston or Providence, R.I. 1847]. - Broadside, 19 x 12 1/2 inches. Old folds, some toning in lower region, mild edge wear. Very good. [with:] [J.W. Richmond]: FACTS RELATIVE TO THE POLITICAL AND MORAL CLAIMS OF WILKINS UPDIKE, FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE WHIG ELECTORS OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT. Providence. 1847. 16pp. Gathered signatures, stitched. Mild toning and foxing. Very good. A rare anti- Mexican War and anti-slavery broadside touting the Whig candidacy of Rhode Island historian Wilkins Updike for Congress in 1847. The broadside summarizes various speakers at an anti- political rally, and rails against the Mexican-American War and slavery. It reads, in part: "What then are the measures of the democratic party, which you vote for and endorse by giving a vote for Gov. Thurston? Do you not by so doing approve of the present unjust and wicked war with Mexico, a war begun by President Polk alone without the sanction of Congress, and which Congress were afterwards reluctantly brought to vote supplies for? But it was not merely the amount of public money squandered in this war, it was not even the great danger to the liberties of the country from the enormous and unconstitutional powers claimed by the President, and from the system of corruption which prevailed in the administration - there was a more momentous consideration than even all these - that was the object for which the war was carried on - the EXTENSION of SLAVERY!!" The text continues by giving an accounting of the costs of the Mexican-American War - both the appropriations already spent and also what the Congress might be expected to spend to continue the war in the future. In short, the war has cost over $80,000,000 so far, and Congress should expect to spend more than $50,000,000 more just in the next session should the war continue. The accompanying pamphlet, FACTS RELATIVE TO THE POLITICAL AND MORAL CLAIMS OF WILKINS UPDIKE, FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE WHIG ELECTORS OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT, provides a counter-argument to Updike's candidacy for Congress. Just half of one paragraph on the first page sums up the writer's opinion of Wilkins Updike: "It will first be shown by incontrovertible evidence, that from political considerations alone, he is unworthy of the support of the electors of the state of Rhode Island. What has been the political life of Mr. Updike? Has he been true and consistent on any political principle? Has he been true to any political party? It is known full well to every man, that he has not. So frequent have been his political somersets, that all have feared to trust him with office." The broadside is particularly rare, with only three copies in OCLC, at the New- York Historical Society Library, the American Antiquarian Society, and Williams College. The pamphlet is rather common, but provides an interesting political counterpoint to the broadside. Taken together, an interesting pair of political campaign documents that encapsulate the roaring debate on the Mexican-American War and what it meant for the expansion of slavery in 1847. Electors: OCLC 58787939. Facts: SABIN 71144. OCLC 23352383, 504352127.

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        Notizie edite ed inedite della vita e delle opere di Marcello Malpighi e di Lorenzo Bellini

      Bologna, Tipografia Governativa alla Volpe, 1847, 4to legatura coeva in mezza pelle con titoli e fregi dorati al dorso, pp.(8)-539 con una tavola in antiporta incisa in acciaio con ritratto del Malpighi (incisa da L.Martelli su disegno del Rosaspina) e una tavola ripiegata fuori testo con la riproduzione di una lettera di Malpighi. Rarissimo.

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