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        The first six books of The Elements of Euclid

      London: William Pickering,, 1847. in which coloured diagrams and symbols are used instead of letters for the greater ease of learners. Quarto (236 x 188 mm). Contemporary dark red cross-grain morocco, spine lettered in gilt, blind rules, purple morocco-grain cloth sides, marbled endpapers and edges. Geometric diagrams printed in red, blue and yellow; printed in Caslon old-face type with ornamental initials by C. Whittingham of Chiswick. Cloth on front cover a little faded, occasional spotting to text (a problem endemic in all copies of this book) but somewhat less than usual, an excellent copy. First edition of this celebrated book, the most interesting and inventive attempt to revisualise the classic ur-text of geometry by printing the diagrams in various colours, a method which stretched the printers' skills to their utmost. Oliver Byrne (c.1810?c.1890) is described on the title page as "Surveyor of Her Majesty's Settlements in the Falkland Islands and Author of Numerous Mathematical Works". He was appointed professor of mathematics, at the College for Civil Engineering, Putney, at the age of 20. The 1871 census lists his place of birth as Leyden, Holland.

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        Du Suicide, considéré aux points de vue philosophique, religieux, moral et médical. Suivi de quelques réflexions sur Le Duel.

      1847. CHEZ POUSSIELGUE-RUSAND. 1847. In-8.Carré. Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs. 371 pages. Titre, filets et fleurons dorés sur dos en chagrin rouge. INTROUVABLE

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        Les Fleurs Animées. Introduction par Alphonse Karr. Texte par Taxile Delord. Botanique et horticulture des Dames par le Cte F

      Gabriel de Gonet, Paris, 1847, 2 tomes grand in-8 (28,5x19cm) relié en un seul volume 1/2 maroquin rouge à coins, dos à 5 nerfs très richement décoré par le relieur-doreur Emile MAYLANDER (signature en pied, voir photos).Tome 1: 262 pages (y compris le faux-titre et le titre), tome 2: 2ff. (faux-titre et titre) et page 263 (non chiffrée) à 364 - IV pages (Botanique des Dames, introduction par Alphonse Karr) et 132 pages. Non rogné, couvertures illustrées imprimées en rose conservées. Edition originale, dessins de J.J. GRANDVILLE gravés sur acier par G. GEOFFROY. Première partie: frontispice et 28 planches hors-texte coloriées. Deuxième partie: frontispice et 21 planches hors-texte coloriées + pour la Botanique des Dames: 1 planche hors-texte coloriée et 2 en noir soit en tout 54 planches hors-texte (2 frontispices et 49 planches coloriées pour les Fleurs Animées et 1 planche coloriée et 2 en noir pour la Botanique). L'Avis au relieur pour les Fleurs Animées ne répertorie que 53 planches, la planche page 134 du tome 1 ayant été dédoublée après cet avis qui annonçait 83 livraisons et 48 dessins pour les Fleurs Animées. Exceptionnel exemplaire par sa reliure et son état sans rousseurs (quelques très rares taches à peine marquées), les couleurs des planches très fraiches et par l'ajout relié en fin d'ouvrage: Avis de l'éditeur livraisons 39-40-41, Avis au relieur pour les Fleurs Animées (1 page), Prospectus pour Chansons et Rondes enfantines (3 pages), Prospectus pour Keepsake des Jeunes Personnes par Mme la Comtesse Dash (4 pages), reprise des 2 dernières pages de la première partie et des 2 premières de la deuxième partie et surtout les couvertures des livraisons illustrées sur fond jaune, 33 sur 35 ou 36 (les derniers fascicules contenaient 2 à 3 livraisons comme noté à l'encre sur les couvertures).

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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.

      London: Longman, Brown, Green, 1847. 2 vols. xxiv, 288, 32 adverts; xii, 278, 2 adverts. pp. As Hill notes, this is the sequel to "Adventures in the Pacific" and continues the author's adventures on the English whaler "Stratford" after leaving Tahiti. "The first chapter describes a successful whale chase. The early materials on California and Melanesia are of importance."—Hill 386 Cowan, p. 145. Howes C-802. This set is in very good condition, pages untrimmed, with terminal ads. Rebound in quarter calf over marbled boards.

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        On the inhalation of the vapour of ether.

      - London: The London Medical Gazette [printed by Wilson and Ogilvy], 1847. 8vo (20.4 x 12.8 cm). 10 pp., two woodcut illustrations in the text. Printed front wrapper. Blind wrappers. Preserved in an elegant 20th century half calf drop box (23.0 x 16.3 x 2.0 cm); spine with five raised bads and gilt title.l The extremely rare offprint of the true first edition of John Snow's description and illustration of his breakthrough invention, the first apparatus, which could regulate the amount of ether vapour inhaled by the patient. The medical doctor Snow (1813-1858) was "an English physician and a leader in the adoption of anaesthesia and medical hygiene. He is considered one of the fathers of modern epidemiology, in part because of his work in tracing the source of a cholera outbreak in Soho, London, in 1854. Snow was one of the first physicians to study and calculate dosages for the use of ether and chloroform as surgical anaesthetics, allowing patients to undergo surgical and obstetric procedures without the distress and pain they would otherwise experience. He designed the apparatus to safely administer ether to the patients and also designed a mask to administer chloroform. He personally administered chloroform to Queen Victoria when she gave birth to the last two of her nine children" (Wikipedia). Snow first described his inhaler in this paper published in the London Medical Gazette, volume 4. Later in the same year he published a book in which he again described his revolutionary apparatus, which by then had been slightly modified. This is the Haskell F. Norman copy, with his small bookplate on the verso of the blind wrapper. Spine gutter with some japanese paper repairs; lacks last blank, otherwise very good, clean, and as described in Christie's catalogue of the Norman Library. Garrison-Morton, 5658; Norman 1965; Norman sale, Christies III, 1303 [this copy]. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Gotha, 10. I. 1847.

      1847. 2 SS. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Hiermit sende ich Ihnen die gewünschten 3 Duetten (op. 116) für angehende Flötenspieler, und hoffe daß Sie Ihren Beifall erhalten werden [...] Ich bin so frei Ihnen noch ein Paar Musikstücke für Flöte und Fortepiano (conzertirend) beizulegen, die Sie mir ja bei der ersten Notensendung an mich wieder beilegen können [sofern] sie keinen Gebrauch davon machen sollten [...]". - Caspar Kummer spielte seit 1835 als Flötist in der Schloßkapelle des Herzogs von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha in Coburg und übernahm 1854 die Leitung derselben. Im November 1868 erlitt er einen Schlaganfall, von dem er aber wieder genas; ein weiterer Anfall im Mai 1870 beendete sein Leben. - Mit kleinen Randläsuren.

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        Histoire de la doctrine médicale Homéopathique, son état actuel dans les principales contrées de l'Europe - Application pratique des principes et des moyens de cette doctrine au traitement des maladies.

      Baillière, Paris, 1847. 2 volumes in/8 reliure demi-basane, dos lisse à filets et titres dorés, 643 & 716 pages. Ouvrages en bon état.

      [Bookseller: Librairie ancienne Philippe Lucas]
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        Praktische Naturgeschichte des Menschen und der Säugethiere für Gebildete aller Stände. Text- und Tafelband.

       Mit meist in Stahl gestochenen und naturgetreu colorirten Abbildungen auf 91 Tafeln, (komplett), Leipzig, Verlag von Gebhardt & Reisland, 1847, (2 Blätter), 807 Seiten und 91 Tafeln, 26,5x18,5, Original-Halblederbände mit Rückentitel, bei beiden Bänden Name und Jahreszahl 1869 auf Vorsatz, Rücken etwas beschabt, Textband fast durchgehend stockfleckig/gebräunt, Tafelband: Samthemdchen stockfleckig, Tafel 60 mit kl. Randeinriß, sonst nur geringe Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, zusammen 2 Bände,Versand D: 4,90 EUR

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        Autograph musical quotation signed.

      Vienna, 25. XI. 1847. - Oblong folio. 1 p. Inscribed to "Madame Marie Gordon": four bars from "Fragment d'une Etude" ("Andante").

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Li Margarideto. Poésies provençales. (Idiome dArles en Provence).

      1847 1 broché, couv. imp. 2 pl. de musique in-texte. Très bel exemplaire sans rousseurs. in-8 de VIII-243 pp. ; Paris, Techener, 1847, Edition originale. Très rare.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Philippe Sérignan]
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      1847. GARNIER FRERES. 1847. In - 8.Carré. Relié. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Fortes mouillures. 434 pages + 460 pages - couverture d'attente - contre plats marbrés - fortes mouillures à l'intérieur de l'ouvrage sans réelle conséquence sur la lecture - dos manquant - coins frottés - plats tâchés salis - 3 photos disponibles.

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        Narrative of the Surveying Voyage of H.M.S. Fly, commanded by Captain F.P. Blackwood, R.N. in Torres Strait, New Guinea, and other islands of the Eastern Archipelago..

      London: T. & W. Boone, 1847. Some very light spotting but a fine copy.. Two volumes, octavo, two folding maps and 19 plates, three line-engraved views, and four natural history plates, textual illustrations, with various publisher's advertisements including for Leichhardt & Stokes; a very attractive set in the original and unfaded blue-grey blind-stamped cloth. First edition: a very good copy, its original binding in fine condition, of this important surveying voyage of coastal Australia. Jukes' account is particularly important for his description of the Queensland coast, the Great Barrier Reef, and the Torres Strait, and includes an impressively detailed map of the north-east coast from Endeavour River north to New Guinea.The Fly, Captain Blackwood, sailed from Falmouth on 11 April 1842 with the cutter Bramble. Jukes sailed as naturalist to the expedition, and with his captain's consent wrote the official narrative. The survey of Torres Strait and of the Great Barrier Reef, as well as the various New Guinea explorations, were all of great importance. The proper scientific understanding of the Barrier Reef could not begin until the completion of the survey, which Jukes charted for the first time in detail. Jukes' own close examination of the Reef was also significant, and his chapter on the subject 'is an invaluable record. His observations strongly supported Darwin's theory of the formation of coral reefs…' (Davidson). Indeed, Jukes' interest in coral formation is neatly summarised by the account's terrific opening line, 'I landed for the first time in my life on a coral island.'Ingleton notes: 'the Admiralty decided in 1841 to have the Great Barrier Reefs explored and to have the gaps surveyed in order that some means might be devised for marking the most eligible of these openings, in order that they could be recognised in due time and passed through in comparative safety… The expedition was noteworthy for being the first to be despatched to Australia on a purely surveying mission…' (Charting a Continent, pp. 61-66).Twelve of the plates are notably fine aquatints by Harden S. Melville, who published his own illustrated work on the voyage (Sketches in Australia and the Adjacent Islands, 1849).

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        Le Piccinino

      Five vols. 8vo, cont. green sheep-backed green boards maroquiné, single gilt fillet round sides (foot of spine of Vol. IV with minor rubbing), flat spines gilt. Paris: Desessart, 1847. First edition. Fine set, signed by Prince Dietrichstein on each free front endpaper.

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        The New Zealanders Illustrated.

      London McLean 1847 - First edition in book form. Folio. Additional hand-coloured lithographed title-page, 60 hand-coloured lithographs, Angas (1822-1886), was perhaps the most brilliant British depictor of ethnographic types. To perfect himself as a draughtsman, in 1842, he studied anatomical drawing in London, and also learned the art of lithography. In September 1843 he went to South Australia, a colony of which his father was one of the founders. There he joined several of (Sir) George Grey's expeditions, and made sketches in watercolours of the scenery, aborigines, and natural history of South Australia. Proceeding to New Zealand, he travelled over eight hundred miles on foot in the wildest regions, and made sketches of the country as he journeyed. Returning to England, he published his sketches in 1847 in two folio volumes, entitled 'South Australia Illustrated' and 'The New Zealanders Illustrated.' These, along with his South African volume, form a cornerstone of colour-plate travel literature. This work features marvellous plates of the Maori and their environment. Angas depicts them swinging from a pole by rope; their tattoos, etc. Abbey Travel 589; Colas 132; Tooley 61; Hocken p129; Taylor p152. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        OMOO: A Narrative of Adventure In The South Sea

      London: John Murray, 1847. First Edition, the English issue, preceding the American issue by about a month. State A of the signature mark on p. 209. Full page cartographic frontispiece and the illustration at p. 78. 8vo., in an antique binding of dark brown-maroon over brown cloth boards, the spine with gilt panel enclosing the title lettered in gilt. [xiv], 321 pp. A handsome and very well preserved copy, with just pleasing bit of age. A fine survival of an important book, Melville's second. FIRST EDITION, OMOO is a story of the Marquesas and was written out of Melville's own sojourn there. This English issue preceded the American edition.

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        A Campaign in New Mexico with Colonel Doniphan

      Carey and Hart, Philadelphia 1847 - Protected in sleeve. No DJ. Square, tight binding w/ square corners, lightly rounded and frayed. Worn quarter leather binding w/ rubbed gilt titling on scuffed decorated, raised band spine. Boards solid but soiled/worn, spine worn w/ chipping at t&b of spine, btm repaired. Prev owner's name penciled on feps, otherwise, text block complete and unmarked w/ light staining, foxing/dampening on age toned pages w/ soiled/dusted ends throughout. 184 pps, 1847 publ date on Title Pg, append's w/o adverts (presumed 1st Ed), no fldg map. Nice copy of scarce and interesting first-hand account of Doniphan's campaign. .Howes E 52, Rittenhouse 184. W-C 132. Graff 1210. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Albumblatt mit U. Wien, 28. VI. 1847.

      1847. 1 S. Qu.-8vo. "Die Lebenden bewegen sich / Und wissen sich Eingang zu schaffen, / Die Todten werden balsamirt / Als Mumien in Autographen". - Mit kleinen Randläsuren und einem Einriß am oberen Rand. Vgl. F. Grillparzer, Sämtliche Werke I (München 1960-65), S. 526 ("Helene Sueß ins Stammbuch": Wien, 22. X. 1854).

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        An easy introduction to railway mensuration illustrated by drawings from original works, that have been carried out upon various english railway lines showing a plain and easy method of taking out quantities of every description of railway work and estimating them, and setting out work for the making of railways generally

      Weale John, 1847. Cm 19.5x28, pp. 63 con 14 tavole più volte ripiegate, legato in piena tela con titoli su tasselli cartacei sia al dorso che al piatto. Conservazione molto buona. Lingua inglese. Rarissimo completamente originale

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Heilbronn, 14. V. 1847.

      1847. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. An Oberlehrer Mehl in Stuttgart: "Deine Frl. Schwägerin hat mir versprochen, einen Brief von mir an Dich mitzunehmen und ihn zugleich mit einem Fürwort bei Dir zu begleiten, da er eine Bitte enthält. Ich wollte eben schreiben, es sei eine unverfängliche Bitte, die mit Dogmatik so wenig als mit Apologetik etwas zu thun habe; allein ich bemerke mit Schrecken, daß dieß nicht einmal wahr ist und im Gegentheil meine Bitte in den gefährlichen Bereich der Dogmatik näml. den der Eschatologie fällt. Doch dieß sieht nun ohne Zweifel wieder schlimmer aus, als die Sache in Wahr[heit] ist: ich komme also zu dieser, nämlich zur Sache [...]". - Stark fleckig und mit größeren Randläsuren (tlw. Buchstabenverlust).

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        Autobiography of Sir Harry Smith

      1847 - (PATTON, George S.) (SMITH, Harry) SMITH, G.C. Moore, editor. The Autobiography of Sir Harry Smith 1787-1819. London: John Murray, 1910. Octavo, modern maroon library buckram, printed paper spine label, renewed endpapers. Housed in custom half morocco clamshell box. $7000.Later edition of this firsthand account of Smith's military service in the Napoleonic wars, this memorable association copy belonging to General George S. Patton Jr., signed and dated by him "G S Patton Jr. Mar 1934" on the front flyleaf."General George S. Patton Jr. has earned a place in the pantheon of authentic American heroes". [Yet] his great success on the battlefield did not come about by chance". He read voraciously". During the interwar years Patton consulted an eclectic list of the famous and the lesser known, ranging from Napoleon and Clausewitz to du Picq, Jomini, Cromwell, Xenophon and Frederick the Great" (D'Este, Patton, 3-4, 317-18). This rare association copy of The Autobiography of Sir Harry Smith""Patton's own copy from that interwar period""is signed and dated by him on the front flyleaf. No other military leader wrote so frequently in his letters or diary what he was reading, and no leader's library was so well-documented since Napoleon's. Patton's library, which was almost entirely inherited by his son, Major General George Patton III, was given to West Point, with just a small portion of books, including this volume, inherited by other descendants or friends."In March 1811 Smith commanded a company in the pursuit of Masséna from the lines of Torres Vedras, and was engaged in the actions of Redinha (12 March), Condeixa (13 March), and Foz d'Aronce (15 March). In the same month he was appointed to the staff as brigade major to the 2nd light brigade of the light division. In this capacity he was engaged in the action of Sabugal on 3 April, in the battle of Fuentes de Oñoro on 5 May, and at the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo on 19 January 1812. After being promoted captain on 28 February 1812, he was also at the siege and storming of Badajos on 6 April". Smith took part in the battle of Salamanca on 22 July 1812, the battle of Vitoria on 21 June 1813, the passage of the Bidassoa on 7 October, and the attack on the heights of Vera, and in the battle of Sarre, the attack upon the position of St Jean de Luz, and the attack on the heights of Arcangues in November. He also took part in the battle of Orthez on 27 February 1814, the combat at Tarbes on 20 March, and the battle of Toulouse on 10 April 1814" (ODNB). With frontispiece portrait and folding map of Spain and Portugal. First published in 1901. Some dampstaining and foxing to preliminaries, including the leaf that Patton has signed and the title page, but not affecting Patton's signature. Patton often traveled with what he was reading, even on campaigns, and his books typically show signs of substantial wear. A very good association copy. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Catalogue Général des Livres composant les Bibliothèques du Département de la Marine et des Colonies

      Five thick vols, each printed on heavy laid paper. 8vo (230 by 150 mm), uniformly bound ca. 1847 by the atelier of the Imprimerie Royale for the Prince Royal, Louis-Charles-Philippe-Raphaël d'Orléans, Duc de Nemours (1814-1896) in crimson straight-grained morocco (minor & skillful repairs to several joints), sides and smooth spines richly gilt in the style of the "Rocaille Louis-Philippe," the solid tools on covers connected with curved triple fillets, in centers the initials "LO" surrounded by a laurel wreath and surmounted by the royal crown (OHDR fer 2), inside gilt roll borders, light-blue watered-silk liners and endleaves, a.e.g. Paris: Imprimerie Royale, 1838-39-40-42-43. This magnificently bound five volume catalogue is to a large extent tantamount to a bibliography of French naval and colonial history, describing 17,108 works printed up to 1842, plus approximately 3000 later acquisitions, short-title listed in the index only. It was compiled under the supervision of Louis Marie Bajot (1775-d. "after 1854"), Inspector General of the library of the ministry of the French navy, in collaboration with Angliviel, in charge of the ministry's library of maps and charts. The compilation of the catalogue required remarkable cooperation of numerous librarians in Paris, the ports, and far-flung places such as Pondicherry and Guadeloupe. The catalogue, in fact, lists the contents of no less than eleven libraries belonging to the Ministère de la Marine: its main library and the Dépot général des Cartes et Plans in Paris; the libraries of the naval bases at Cherbourg, Brest, Lorient, Rochefort and Toulon; and the naval hospitals of these ports (except for Lorient). It also gives a list of six colonial naval libraries. In all cases, the names of the librarians in charge and their salaries are given (interestingly, Bajot's was 7,000 frs, while Angliviel's was more than double at 18,000 frs per year). This information is repeated in the preliminary matters of each volume. The catalogue itself preferably describes the copies of the two Paris libraries, otherwise those in one of the other nine libraries; three columns indicate the symbols and shelf numbers of the eleven libraries in three columns headed "Ports," "Hôspitaux," and "Paris." During the Restoration, and especially under Louis-Philippe, the binding atelier of the Imprimerie Royale, under the direction of a certain Courtois, bound the official publications of the Imprimerie in good calf bindings for the ministries, and in richly gilt deluxe morocco for the King and the Crown Prince (the Duc de Nemours, second son of Louis-Philippe, had succeeded his elder brother on his death in 1842 as Prince Royal). These binding for the Duc de Nemours are particularly successful for the handsome treatment to the wide spines. The Duc de Nemours, who was himself an important book collector, was greatly interested in the Navy and especially the colonies, having participated in the conquest of Algeria. His library was dispersed many years after his death, in 1931-32. Preserved in five lined red cloth boxes, morocco labels on backs. ? Gustave Brunet, Dictionnaire de Bibliologie Catholique, cols. 643-44-"Le ministère de la Marine a fait en bibliographie un fort bon travail, très-digne de servir de modèle…Le catalogue de la marine se recommande par les notes qui accompagnent les titres d'un grand nombre d'ouvrages, indiquant exactement le contenu des livres enregistrés…Ces renseignements sont d'une grande utilité pour les travailleurs. Le catalogue contient en tout 17,108 articles.".

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        Two autograph letters signed. Manchester and Pencarrow, 19 Oct. 1847 and 19 July 1848.

      1847. 8vo. Together 5 pp. To W. M. Christy and the photographer Edmund Fry, concerning currency reform and defending Robert Peel's Bank Charter Act of 1844: "I dare not attempt in a letter to enter upon the question of the currency but must reserve it for a topic of conversation when we meet. But with regard to Peels late bill for regulating the Bank, & the paper issues of the country, I do not see that it has been proved to be too stringent in its operations. On the contrary, the late gambling excitement in railways occurred after the passing of that measure-and the present depression arises more from the want of confidence & other causes than a deficiency of circulation and declaring: the nations of the Continent are groaning under the cost of their warlike establishments, which are everywhere unpopular, not only with the tax payers, but with those who have to serve as conscripts in the army".

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      - Paris, Librairie Adrien Le Clère et Cie, 1847 - 1858. 7 volumes In-8 reliés demi-basane brune, dos lisses, pièces de titre et de tomaison noires, filets dorés, chaque volume d'environ 450 pages. Reliures un peu frottées, un petit manque de cuir à une coiffe, un mors légèrement fendu en partie inférieure sur 3 cms, quelques rousseurs éparses sans gravité. Sous-titre : Législation primitive considérée dans les premiers temps par les seules lumières de la raison suivie de divers traités et discours politiques - Théorie du pouvoir politique et religieux dans la société civile démontrée par le raisonnement et par l'histoire suivie de la théorie de l'éducation sociale et de l'administration publique - Essai analytique sur les lois naturelles de l'ordre social - Du divorce considéré au xix° siècle relativement à l'état domestique et à l'état public de société - Pensées sur divers sujets - Discours politiques - Mélanges littéraires, politiques et philosophiques - Recherches philosophiques sur les premiers objets des connaissances morales - Démonstration philosophique du principe constitutif de la société - Méditations politiques tirées de l'Evangile. Bon ensemble. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Teutsche Revolution. Gesammelte Flugschriften. XI, 547 S. 2 Bl. Hübscher marmor. Pappbd d. Z. mit farb. RSchild.

      Bern, Jenni, 1847. - Erste Ausgabe der Sammlung bisher erschienener Flugschriften. Sie "liefert in ihrer chronologischen Zusammenstellung ein Bild der politischen Entwicklung eines Teutschen, der durch den Despotismus und die Freiheit zugleich geschult wurde; sie bildet in ihrer Rücksichtslosigkeit einen angemessenen Gegensatz zu der Eunuchensprache meiner Landsleute . Die Veranlassung zur Herausgabe dieser Sammlung ist zunächst eine bloß polizeiliche. Man jagt mich wegen meiner Schriften seit mehreren Wochen wie ein wildes Thier umher und weiß ich nicht, wo diese Jagd eine Ende finden wird " (Vorwort). Teile der Auflage wurden als 'Tarnschrift' mit dem Umschlag 'Archiv für Thierheilkunde' sowie entsprechend gedrucktem Titel und fingierter 1. Lage (!) nach Leipzig geschmuggelt, jedoch von der Polizei entdeckt. Preußen stellte daraufhin den Antrag beim Bundestag, den gesamten Verlag für das Gebiet des Deutschen Bundes zu verbieten. Besonders peinlich war diese Publikation für den Bundestag, weil ein Bericht für die Bundestagsgesandten in Frankfurt („Autographirte Zirkularnote") Heinzen zugespielt worden war und auf der Rückseite des Originalumschlags (der hier, wie fast immer, nicht beigebunden ist) abgedruckt wurde. – Titel mit kleinem, unauffälligem Besitzstempel. Schönes Exemplar. – Stammhammer I 103, 7. Huber 24. Nicht bei Friedlaender. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Observations Upon The Effects of Certain Late Political Suggestions. By the Delegates of Georgia. Printed in the Year 1781

      Wormsloe [Ga]: [Printed at Philadelphia by C. Sherman], 1847. Limited to 21 copies. Hardcover. Very good. Folio. [1], 14pp., [2]. Original brown pebble cloth hardcover with gilt stamped title on red leather spine label. Light scattered toning and foxing to pages. Light edge wear to cloth at extremities. Note: Reprint of an extremely rare pamphlet published in Philadelphia (Printed by R. Aitken, Bookseller, in Market-Street, Three Doors above the Cofee-House. MDCC.LXXXI) with an attached annex of a tabular statement of the exports, etc., from the Port of Savannah from 1754 to 1773. The preface is written by George Wymberly-Jones. "The pamphlet is so exceedingly rare, that I have never seen or heard of any other copy than the one in the Philadelphia Library, marked 464, Q. 18, from which this reprint is made. Of the present edition there are but twenty-one copies printed." (GWJ).

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        Histoire des Girondins.

      Paris, Furne et Cie - W. Coquebert, 1847. 8 volumes in-8°, demi-veau blond, dos lisses ornés de filets dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison vertes (reliure de l'époque).Edition originale de cet ouvrage qui connut un très grand succès, expliqué en partie par le rôle politique de Lamartine. Sans la table des sommaires, réservée aux souscripteurs. (Vicaire, IV, 985)."Voici un livre monstre, un Niagara qui charrie des matériaux hétéroclites : des rêves, des supplices, des idylles, des massacres ; les joyeux cortèges des fêtes, les sombres processions de l'échafaud ; des tempêtes et des bonaces ; le grand jour des tribunes et l'ombre des cachots ; une foule d'emplois improbables, geôliers en proie au remords, meurtrières au coeur pur, vrais prophètes et faux oracles. On en sort étourdi d'avoir vu papilloter les images de ce gigantesque kaléidoscope, titubant sous l'assaut d'émotions contradictoires, chagrin mêlé à la pitié. Livre inclassable. De romancier ? De poète ? D'historien ?" (Collection Bouquins, 2014).Accroc aux coiffes des volumes 5 et 8 sinon bon exemplaire à l'intérieur préservé de rousseurs.

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      PAULIN 1847 - R320080850: 494 + 458 + 570 + 620 + 473 + 573 + 684 + 687 + 596 + 511 + 476 + 709 + 584 + 686 + 614 + 693 + 911 + 656 + 637 + 814 pages - quelques gravures en noir et blanc hors texte sous serpente dont une en frontispice dans les tomes 1,13 et 20. dont Napoleon (en Tome 20, en Frontispice - voir Photo) . 10 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES. SOMMAIRE DE LA TOMAISON : Tome I: Novembre 1799 à juillet 1800. Tome II: Août 1799 à avril 1801. Tome III: Avril 1801 à août 1802. Tome IV: Août 1802 à mars 1804. Tome V: Avril 1804 à août 1805. Tome VI: Août 1805 à sept. 1806. Tome VII: Sept. 1806 à juillet 1807. Tome VIII: Juillet 1807 à juillet 1808. Tome IX: Mai 1808 à fév. 1809. Tome X: Jan. 1809 à juillet 1809. Tome XI: Fév. 1809 à avril 1810. Tome XII: Avril 1810 à mai 1811. Tome XIII: Mars 1811 à juin 1812. Tome XIV: Juin à déc. 1812. Tome XV: Mai 1812 à mai 1813. Tome XVI: Juin à nov. 1813. Tome XVII: Nov. 1813 à avril 1814. Tome XVIII: Avril 1814 à mars 1815. Tome XIX: Jan. à juin 1815. Tome XX: Juin 1815 à mai 1821. In-8 Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 944.041-Histoire de France de 1789 à 1804 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Rekisei joso ko [trans.: Study of Women's Wear through the Ages].

      Numerous illus. in the text, some full-page. 30; 33; 33; 35 folding leaves. Large 8vo, orig. decorated wrappers, orig. block-printed title labels on upper covers, new stitching. Kyoto: Shintaido, 1847. First edition of this well-known historical review of Japanese women's wear. Santo (1769 or 1770-1858), was a famous popular novelist who also used the name Momoki Iwase. This well-illustrated book, written in a very lively style and presented in a series of essays, is concerned with the grooming of Japanese women. Each volume is devoted to a season. Santo, citing a number of earlier works of Japanese fashion, describes the origins and varieties of mirrors, many of which are quite elaborate; combs; hair ornaments; highly decorative hairstyles; tiaras and other headwear; ornamental pins in the Japanese and Chinese styles; how and when to shave the face and who should do it; how to refine the hairline and eyebrows; kimonos and other clothing; hairstyles for different occasions; etc. Fine set. .

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Meiningen, 9. III. 1847.

      1847. 2 SS. Folio. An einen Herrn Vetter: "Sie waren stets so freundlich und gütig gegen mich gesinnt und erfreuten mich öfterer durch Zusendung mehrerer Ihrer schönen Gedichte wofür ich Ihnen noch zu großem Dank verpflichtet bin, dass ich es wage Sie zu bitten, mich ferner mit Ihrer Muse zu erfreuen und zu unterstützen indem ich die Idee habe, ein fortlaufendes Werk für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte aus Originaldichtungen und Compositionen der ‚beliebtesten Dichter' und Componisten bestehend, heraus zu geben [...]".

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        Romeo a Julie. [Romeo and Juliet.]

      W Kommissi? u Kronbergra a R?iwna?c?e (Jaroslawa Pospí?ila), W Praze (Prague 1847 - First Czech edition. In contemporary half cloth. (7), 4-175, (1) p. The first Czech edition of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Cover slightly worn, the upper left corner is damaged. With ownership signature on half title. Notes in pencil on rear paste down. Occasional foxing. Overall is very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Philadelphia, 1847. [2],312pp. plus frontispiece and five plates. 12mo. Original brown embossed cloth, spine gilt. Scattered fading, spine and edges chipped. Bookplate and ownership stamp on front and rear pastedowns, penciled notations to flyleaves. Front hinge tender. Foxing and toning, lower margin stained on some pages. About good. The second edition, after the first of 1844. "A reformed gambler's adventures among brother card-sharps, counterfeiters, etc., along the lower Mississippi, from Kentucky to Louisiana" - Howes. One of several works by Green, the most important early writer on gambling in America. This book is the most famous of his works, and reveals various forms of card-sharking and cheating. HOWES G365.

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        Nuovissima guida dei viaggiatori in italia e nelle principali parti d'Europa, cio Francia, Belgio, Olanda, Inghilterra, Scozia, ... coola descrizione delle loro citt? capitali ed altrte notevoli indicazioni contenente lo stato generale delle Poste, loro regolamenti, servizii di mare, battelli a vapore sui laghi e le pi recenti notizie storiche, artistiche e statistiche ... Seconda edizione originale.

      Milano, Zucoli, 1847, in-8vo cartonato originale, pp. (16) + XXXVI + (4) + 747 + (1b) con 18 cc. f.t. pi volte rip. Firma autografa dell'A. entro cornicetta tipografica alla 28vo carta bianca, numerata XLI, che segue il frontespizio. della prima parte dell'opera intitolata "Guida d'Italia". Testo su due colonne. Nota ed importante guida con moltissimi dati fra i quali quelli relativi ai trasporti via mare e terra tra i vari stati d'Europa presi in esame.

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        Presidential, Signed; Oration on American Independence Delivered at Akron, Ohio, July 3, 1847

      Ackron: H. Canfield, 1847. First Edition. Original Wraps. Signed by President Rutherford B. Hayes; Octavo, 15 pages, original pink printed wrappers, bound with "Eulogy Upon General Thomas L. Hamer."

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        Entdeckungsreise nach dem Süd-Polar-Meere in den Jahren 1839 - 1843. Deutsch von Julius Seybt.

      Lorck, 1847. Cm. 22, pp. vi (2) 431 (1). Con bell'antiporta in litografia seppiata ed una carta geografica più volte ripiegata in fine (staccata). Legatura coeva in mezza pelle con punte, dorso liscio con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Qualche brunitura sparsa e qualche segno d'uso superficiale alla legatura, ma pèeraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Si tratta della prima, rara edizione della traduzione tedesca di questo celebre viaggio polare. Cfr. Sabin (73367). "This famos expedition circumnavigated the Antarctic continent, discovered the Ross Sea, Victoria Land, Erebus and Terror Gulf (named after the ships of the expedition), and attempted to penetrate the Wedell Sea" (NMM).

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        L'Égypte au XIXe siècle. Histoire militaire et politique, anecdotique et pittoresque de Méhémet-Ali, Ibrahim-Pacha, Soliman-Pacha. Paris, Paul Boizard, 1847.

      1847. 4to. (4), IV, 470, (2) pp. With 20 coloured wood-engraved plates. Contemp. marbled half cloth with giltstamped spine title. Only edition of this military and political history of Egypt in the early 19th century, illustrated with coloured plates after drawings by J.-A. Beaucé. - Some foxing throughout; plates rather severely browned due to paper. Formerly in the Ottoman collection of the Swiss industrialist Herry W. Schaefer. Ibrahim-Hilmy I, 271. Gay 2043. Sander 306.

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        Histoire de la doctrine médicale homéopathique, son état actuel dans les principales contrées de l'Europe, application pratique des principes et des moyens de cette doctrine au traitement des maladies.

      Baillière, Paris et Londres, 1847, in-8, 13.5 x 22 cm, xv-643 et 716 p., plats de couverture conservés, des mouillures à l'intérieur, portrait de Samuel Hahnemann en frontispice du premier volume, reliure demi-chagrin rouge moderne en bel état, importantes mouillures sur les pages.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        2 Pasos Dobles y 10 Aires Nacionales Espanoles, arreglados para música militar por D. Silverio Lopez Uría, Musico Mayor del Rejimiento de Artilleria. No place, probably 1860s.

      1847. Autograph musical manuscript. 141 pp. with lithographed dedication before and title (including table of contents) after the music. Contemporary giltstamped green moirée silk binding. Oblong folio (320 x 218 mm). White moirée endpapers. All edges goffered and gilt. Contains a total of 12 dances and airs, including two from the comical opera "El Tio Caniyitas" (1847). With a lithographed dedication "a SS. AA. Los Principes de Sax. Coburgo, los Gefes y Oficiales del Rejimiento de Artilleria Espanola" (to Their Highnesses the Princes of Saxe-Coburg, Owners of the 3rd Spanish Artillery Regiment, in which López Uría served as the bandmaster). - Silk binding frayed at the extremeties; a few occasional spots, but well-preserved altogether.

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        Biographical Notices of Some of the Most Distinguished Jewish Rabbies, and Translations of Portions of Their Commentaries, and Other Works, with Illustrative Introductions and Notes

      Stanford and Swords, New York 1847 - Octavo. (xi) 245pp. Brown cloth boards, with blind stamped ruling on front cover and gilt lettering on spine. The publication was created for the purposes of English speaking non-Jews, and more specifically aimed at Christian missionaries, as a reference and introductory overview, to acquaint themselves with the life and work (biblical commentaries) of some of the most famous and respected Jewish scholars, throughout history. As the author states in the preface, in reference to the mission to proselytize, "It must be obvious to every reflecting mind, that, in order to insure probable success in an object so interesting and important, it is essentially necessary to obtain some knowledge of the state of Judaism in the world, of its leading articles of religious belief, and also of the principles and views developed in the works of their standard authorities." Rabbis discussed include Judah Halevi, Ibn Ezra, Maimonides, Abarbanel, and Saadia Gaon. A biographical clipping on the author is pasted in, opposite the title page, and a clipping about William Wadden Turner is laid in. Binding with some light staining, smudges and scratches to covers, and light rubbing to corners. Head, tail and back hinge of spine with some chipping. Some staining along edges of book. Interior with some age toning to pages, and some light water staining and foxing throughout. Starting at interior back cover. Binding in overall good-, interior in overall good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London: John Murray, 1847. First Edition. Hardcover. Lightly foxed; recently and neatly rebacked retaining the original spine. Very Good to Near Fine. Contemporary half calf leather with matching corners and marbled boards and endpapers, gilt-ruled spine with recent gilt-lettered black morocco spine label; xiii, 321 pages, no terminal ads. BAL 13655: State B of page 209, no priority. Illustrated with a frontispiece map. First printing of Melville's second book, preceding the American edition by several weeks. Based on the mutiny on the Julia and Melville's adventures as in Tahiti.

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        Trattato di geologia. Diretto specialmente a fare un confronto tra la struttura fisica del Settentrione e del Mezzogiorno di Europa? Parte prima [-seconda]. Pisa, Tipografia Vannucchi, 1847-1851

      Tipografia Vannucchi, 1847-1851. A work in two volumes, 220x130 mm. I. xiv (including half title), 546, [4] pp. Five lithographic plates (one chromolithographic; rather spotted the plates bound between pp. 164-165 and pp. 210-211); one folding diagram. Illustrations and diagrams in text. II. 614 (including half title), [2] pp. Illustrations and diagrams in text. Uniformly bound in contemporary quarter leather, over marbled boards. Spine into compartments, title and number of volume lettered gilt. In the first volume pale red silk bookmark. Edges blue sprinkled. Leather a bit rubbed at head, corners slightly bumped. A very good copy, light spotting and browning, specially in the second volume. A bit loose some leaves of first volume. The most important work written by the Italian geologist, the second volume published posthumous. ?Though cut short of reaching full maturity, his ability as a consolidator and synthetizer was already evident from his last papers and his Trattato di Geologia. The methodological approach of his work, the vastness of his interests and solidity of his logics on general problems, his skill in regional synthesis, combined with his original comparative approach, force the conclusions that, had he lived, he would have continued his brilliant and steadfast ascent among the distinguished pioneers of geology (B. D?Argenio, Leopoldo Pilla, p. 223)?.

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      Boston 1847, Crosby. New half morocco over marbled boards,. matching marbled end papers, 360p., frontis of the author,. top edge gilt, quite crisp, a small stain at head of fore-. edge, else exceptionally clean copy. FIRST EDITION. AN EARLY AMERICAN PRIMARY RESOURCE ON CHINA & CANTON Covering his memoirs, early history, his engagement in the first Commercial Enterprise from the United States to China. With his journals: First, Second and Third voyage to Canton, Return to Canton and Voyage Homeward. Shaw began his first voyage and visit to Canton in 1784, in the Empress of China as supercargo. From this humble beginning he and his close firend Thomas Randall tried their fortunes in China. This is a most marvelous primary resource excellent autobiograhical study, loaded with early and keen impessions of China, the Canton Chinese and of their experiences as early Americans alone in China. He also later resided in Macao. Candid notes on the area, and the customs, people, their habits are of a most valuable nature. Later, he was appointed Consul at Can- ton for the American Diplomatic Service in 1786. Sabin 7995: "The narrative of the military life of Major Shaw is compos- ed of letters written to his nearest relatives and friends, from his enlistment in the American army." RARE ! . *** Color scans of this and most other items are posted to our website. Book description text protected by Copyright. .

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        HISTORIA UNIVERSAL traducida al castellano por D. Antonio Ferrer del Río. 38 volúmenes (obra completa).

      - Madrid, Establecimiento Tipográfico de Francisco de Paula Mellado, 1847-50, 12x16, 500 pags. aprox. cada tomo. Encuadernados en holandesa de época con las lomeras en piel con hierros dorados, alguna manchita en lomera de algún tomo pero buen estado general. (57241).

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Leipzig, 20. VII. 1847.

      1847. ¾ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Ew. Wohlgeboren erhalten anliegend den gewünschten Aufsatz Ihren Magazinirungsplan betreffend. Ich hoffe, Sie richtig verstanden zu haben, und wünsche, daß die Darstellung Ihnen genügen mag. Da die kleine Arbeit in mathematischer Hinsicht von keiner großen Bedeutung ist, so bitte ich, wenn Sie davon Gebrauch zu machen beabsichtigen, meinen Namen nicht zu erwähnen [...]". - Moritz Wilhelm Drobisch war bereits mit 24 Jahren Professor der Mathematik an der Universität Leipzig und beschäftigte sich darüber hinaus mit empirischer Philosophie; 1842 erhielt er dann auch einen philosophischen Lehrstuhl. "Drobisch verbreitete die Lehren Johann Friedrich Herbarts und arbeitete vor allem auf dem Gebiet der Logik, wobei er den formalen Charakter der Logik gegenüber dem aufkommenden Psychologismus betonte. Seine 'Neue Darstellung der Logik nach ihren einfachsten Verhältnissen mit Rücksicht auf Mathematik und Naturwissenschaft' (1836) erfuhr mehrere Auflagen [...] Drobisch beschäftigte sich auch mit musikalischen Fragestellungen und veröffentlichte u. a. 'Über die mathematische Bestimmung der musikalischen Intervalle' (1846)" (DBE).

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