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        Verhandlungen des deutschen Parlaments. Officielle Ausgabe. Mit einer geschichtlichen Einleitung über die Entstehung der Vertretung des ganzen deutschen Volkes. 2 Lieferungen in 2 Bänden.

      Sauerländer, Frankfurt 1848 - XVI, 176 Seiten; VII, 524 Seiten, Pappbände der Zeit mit farbigem Rückenschildchen und umlaufendem Rotschnitt, 8° ( 21,5 x 14 cm ). Die Aktensammlung des Rechtsanwalts und Notars Jucho dient der Vorgeschichte des Frankfurter Parlaments; sie umfaßt die Wortprotokolle des Vorparlaments und, unterschiedlich ausführlich, die der Verhandlungen des wahlvorbereitenden Fünfzigerausschusses, der Bundesversammlung von 1848 und ihres mit der parlamentarischen Bewegung konkurrierenden Siebzehnerausschusses. Zeitraum 31. März bis 18. Mai 1848. Einbände berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Innen Seiten teils etwas fleckig bzw. stock- oder braunfleckig. ( Gesamtgewicht 700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Vanity Fair A Novel without a Hero With Illustrations on Steel and Wood by the Author

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1848., 1848. First Edition, in an unusual half vellum binding. Pp.624. This is a mixed issue of the text, with the earlier 'Mr. Pitt' appearing on page 453 (later corrected to 'Sir Pitt'), but without the suppressed woodcut on page 336. The heading on page 1 is in regular type and the 1848 title-page is preceded by an engraved vignette dated 1849. The contents are particularly clean, without any of the browning usually found. Bound in a handsome original half vellum over marbled sides, with simple gilt trim and leather title label. All edges untrimmed. A very attractive copy indeed. The author's defining novel; the improving tale of Becky Sharp. Listed in BBC's Big Read (200 Best Novels) [2003]

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        Notes of a Military Reconnnoissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, Including Parts of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers

      Washington, D.C.: Wendell and Van Benthuysen. Very Good. 1848. First Edition. Hardcover. 30th Congress Executive No. 7, or the true first Senate edition, which was ordered in December 1847. Emory's report from the 1846-1847 topographical expedition across the southwest, known for its maps and descriptions of the landscapes, flora and fauna, and people of the region. The text and maps were to become important resources in the development and exploration of the region. Lithography by Weber, who is considered by some to be the superior lithographer for this title. Lithographs are hand-tinted, which is extremely unusual for this title (possibly tinted later?). A few later printings had tinted plates in the Abert report, but were presentation copies and signed by Abert. This edition is complete, with folding map, both housed in a slipcase. Some mild foxing to pages, edges of text block a bit soiled. Map is curled and in some places torn at edges or creases. Modern brown cloth binding shows little wear. Wagner-Camp 148:1.; Book; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall .

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        Set of Three Hieover Books: The Pocket and the Stud: Or, Practical Hints on the Management of the Stable; the Hunting-Field; and a Treatise on the Proper Condition for All Horses

      London : Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1848-01-01. Hardcover. Like New. 3 Volumes. 1848-xvi, 215p. : ill.; 1850-xvi, 221p., pl.; 1852, London : T.C. Newby, xiv, 204p., ill. Bound in late 19th century red Moroccan leather. Gilt spine. Gilt borders to boards. Inlaid gilt to inside boards. TEG. Red silk endpages. Fine binding and cover. Owners bookplate of Edward Motley Weld, of the famous Weld family, on front pastedown. Light wear to spine edges. Clean, unmarked pages. Ships daily.

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        Malby's terrestrial globe, compiled from the latest & most authentic sources, including all the recent geographical discoveries. manufactured and published under the superintendance of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge [ ].

      [London], Malby & Co. (engraved by Chas. Malby), 1 January 1848.. Diameter: 45.5 cm (18 inch), height in stand: 64.5 cm. An engraved terrestrial globe with 12 gores and 2 polar caps over a plaster-covered core, and the engraved horizon ring on the wooden stand, all coloured by a contemporary hand.In a contemporary wooden stand with 3 turned legs supporting the horizon ring, and 3 turned stretchers with a cylindrical centrepiece with a knob on the underside. Further with a contemporary brass hour circle and a slightly later iron meridian ring (and probably the axis pivots).. Only recorded copy of the 1848 edition (preceded only by one recorded copy of 1846 edition) of Malby's 18 inch (45.5 cm) terrestrial globe, the largest he engraved and much rarer than his 12 inch globe. It shows small pieces of the Antarctic coast, noting sightings and explorations from 1831 to 1841. In Africa it shows Lake "Nyassi" (Nyasa or Malawi), discovered by Candido Jose da Costa Cardoso in 1846, but most of equatorial Africa and the Congo remain uncharted territory, with Burton and Speke's most important discoveries still a decade in the future and Stanley's even further. "Oregon", officially made a United States territory in 1848, shows the boundary with "British America" agreed at the 1846 Oregon treaty. Alaska is still "Russian America", not to be purchased by the United States until "Seward's folly" in 1867. Texas is part of the United States, reflecting the demise of the "Lone Star" Texas Republic in 1845/46, as are California and most of Arizona, which Mexico ceded in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo on 2 February 1848. The Revolution of 1848 has not yet affected the boundaries of the Austrian Empire. "Debai" (Dubai) is shown on the Gulf coast, only 15 years after the al-Maktoum dynasty took charge of it in 1833. The globe seems to be intended especially for navigational use, with not only a grid of parallels and meridians (with the prime meridian through Greenwich), but also the irregular curved lines indicating the variation of magnetic from geographic north ("isogones"), at 5 degree intervals. From these one can clearly see where the magnetic poles were. Edmund Halley produced the first world map with isogones in 1702, but the Pacific had to wait until Nicolaas van Ewyk's 1752 map of the northern and southern hemispheres. Malby cites Peter Barlow in the 1833 Transactions of the Royal Society for his data. Where these lines run at least partly north-south, mariner's could use them to help determine longitude. The discovery that they were nearly horizontal in many parts of the East Indies and Pacific, and that they could also change over time, lead to their declining use after John Harris's chronometer came into use beginning around 1772. Malby seems to be the first and almost the only globe maker to show them. The engraver signed the present globe "Chas. Malby" and signed the 12 inch globe of 1845 described by Dekker "C. I. Malby". He must therefore have been Charles Isaac Malby (1816-post 1868), born in London, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Malby. Thomas Malby, Charles's brother, born in London in 1808, first set up as a globe publisher around 1839 and was trading as Malby & Co by 1841. Charles may have engraved nearly all of his globes. In 1848/49 Thomas took his son Thomas Henry (born 1828) into partnership as Thomas Malby & Son and the firm traded as Malby & Son, to about 1880. They issued a 36 inch (92 cm) globe in 1849, but did not engrave it themselves, having acquired the plates of John Addison's ca. 1825 globe for that size. The earliest Malby globe known to survive is dated 1842, but his earliest recorded 18 inch globes are a pair at the Mariners' Museum in Virginia: the celestial globe dated 1843 and the terrestrial globe dated 1846. The Austrian National Library has an 18 inch Malby terrestrial globe dated 1850, but we find no further example until 1872. The present 1848 example appears to be unique. The Willis Museum in Basingstoke, England, and Dartmouth College in New Hampshire have examples of Malby's 18 inch celestial globe dated 1848, but neither is accompanied by a terrestrial globe. The horizon ring has an owner's stamp on the printed surface, nearly due east, apparently a coat of arms in a wreath, but difficult to make out. The horizon ring and globe have a dozen small cracks repaired and a few small gaps in the surface image, some repaired, but are otherwise in good condition. Extremely rare and lovely large globe, with the fascinating and unusual graphic presentation of geomagnetism. - Cf. British Library on-line cat. BLL01013005847 (12 inch, 1869 & 18 inch, 1872); Dekker, GLB0081 (12 inch, 1845); Dunn & Wallis, British globes up to 1850 (1999) 209 (18 inch, 1846, 1 example) & 443 (18 inch celestial globe, 1848, 2 copies); KVK & WorldCat (18 inch, 1850 & 1872, 1 example of each); World in your hands (Rudolph Schmidt coll.) 7.12 & 7.13 (12 inch, 1843 & 1860); (18 inch celestial globe, 1853); Yonge, Early globes (1968), p. 46 (18 inch, 1846, same example as Dunn & Wallis).

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        Kapelle im Wald.

      - Radierung, 1848, auf festem Velin. 18,4:26 cm. Breitrandig, insgesamt etwas fleckig. Antonie von Blittersdorf war die Tochter von Maximiliane Brentano (1802-1861), einer Tochter des Frankfurter Bankiers und Großkaufmanns Franz Brentano und Nichte von Bettina von Arnim und Clemens Brentano, die 1824 den konservativen Politiker L. Fr. Frhr. von Blittersdorf geheiratet hatte. E.J. von Steinle (1810-1886) zeichnete 1857 ein Bildnis der Antonie, das ein Geschenk für Antonie Brentano-Birckenstock, der Großmutter der Dargestellten war (vgl. A.M. von Steinle: Edward von Steinle. Des Meisters Gesamtwerk in Abbildungen, Kempten/München 1910, Abb. 463).

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        LES CONTES DROLATIQUES. Illustrés de 600 dessins par A. Robida.

      In - 8 (mm. 247x157), 2 voll., mz. marocch. con ang., dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, conserv. le belle bross. orig. a colori, pp. (8),III,396,(4); (4),378,(4); con le straordinarie composizioni di Robida (102 sono a p. pag. e 8 a colori) che illustrano questa raccolta di 30 racconti licenziosi di Balzac. "Prima edizione" in una speciale tiratura di 25 esemplari numerati ?sur papier de Chine?, con aggiunto un magnifico acquarello originale dell?artista che porta il titolo manoscritto del racconto ?L?héritier du diable?, cui si riferisce. Una delle più rare opere illustrate da Robida (1848 - 1926): ?peintre, graveur, illustrateur, caricaturiste, dessinateur de talent, qui était aussi un érudit?. Cfr. Lorenz,XVIII, p. 88 - Brun ?Robida, sa vie, son oeuvre?,1.061 (da? come data di pubblicazione il 1905) - Benezit,XI, p. 776. Esemplare d?amatore, molto ben conservato.

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        NEGOCIATIONS DE LA FRANCE DANS LE LEVANT (4 vols.) Collection de documents inédits sur l'histoire de France. Première Série: Histoire Politique.

      Imprimerie Nationale, Paris 1848 - 4 vols. 27'5x21. CXXXVp, 663p = XLp, 823p (óx. y rastro hum. en primeras y últ. hojas) = LXIVp (muy tostadas), 951p (las últimas tostadas) = 787p (rastro hum. esq. sup. primeras hojas, algunas hojas algo tostadas). Hol. puntas, nervios y tejuelos. 1848-1860

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        Set of Three Hieover Books: The Pocket and the Stud: Or, Practical Hints on the Management of the Stable; the Hunting-Field; and a Treatise on the Proper Condition for All Horses

      London : Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans 1848 - 3 Volumes. 1848-xvi, 215p. : ill.; 1850-xvi, 221p., pl.; 1852, London : T.C. Newby, xiv, 204p., ill. Bound in late 19th century red Moroccan leather. Gilt spine. Gilt borders to boards. Inlaid gilt to inside boards. TEG. Red silk endpages. Fine binding and cover. Owners bookplate of Edward Motley Weld, of the famous Weld family, on front pastedown. Light wear to spine edges. Clean, unmarked pages. Ships daily. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dombey and Son

      London: Bradbury & Evans,, 1848. With Illustrations by H. K. Browne. Octavo (200 × 127 mm). Recent tan half calf, burgundy morocco label, marbled boards, cream endpapers, marbled edges. Frontispiece, engraved title, and 38 plates by Errata leaf tipped-in at the preface. Some mild staining to prelims and plates, a very good copy. First edition. Handsomely bound.

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        Nord-Amerikas Indianer

      Stockholm: P.G. Berg. Good. 1848. Hardcover. George Catlin's North American Indians published in 1848 in the first Swedish edition. This, an abridged Swedish edition of his Letters and Notes was published containing 23 colored lithographs that were modified versions of the prints from the Portfolio. Includes all 23 hand-colored plates. Plates generally in very good condition with very little foxing and clean margins. One plate, 'Vilda Hastars Fangande' has old taped repair in margin. Text block has some offsetting and light foxing. Binding remains intact with no loose pages but exhibits some looseness. Spine edges are chipped; gold embossed title on spine and blind rule on front and back board. Corners bumped and boards rubbed. Catlin's two volume "Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians" was published in 1841 and went through many printings.; Book; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall .

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        Politique d'Aristote traduite en français par J. Barthélémy Saint-Hilaire. Seconde édition revue et corrigée.

      Dumont 1848 - Paris, Dumont, 1848. In-8, (6pp.), CLXXXVI, (2pp.), 529pp., (3pp.). Pleine toile de percaline de l'époque ou légèrement postérieure. Exemplaire de Léon Gambetta avec ses initiales au bas du dos, son ex-libris gravé surmonté d'un monogramme gravé. On dénombre 55 commentaires marginaux de sa main, au crayon à papier, dont l'un nous permet de les situer en 1864. Précieux document datant des débuts politiques de Gambetta. Dos noirci, plats piqués, coiffes arasées ; une mouillure angulaire court sur les 15 premières pages, des rousseurs inégalement réparties, ex-libris moderne manuscrit à l'encre sur le feuillet en regard du contreplat. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Volks-Zeitung als Fortsetzung der "Blätter der Freiheit" für demokratische Interessen. Redakteur und Eigenthümer Julius Gretschnigg.

      Gebundene Sammlung der Zeitung vom 3.Oktober 1848 (Nr.1) zum 30.Dezember 1848 (Nr.38). Graz, undatiert (wohl 1849).. gr.8°, fester Kartoneinband, 152 Seiten (Gesamtpaginierung). Einband leicht berieben, Block partiell stockfleckig, sonst guter Zustand. Enthalten sind die Ausgaben 1 bis inkl. 38/1848 - ab der Umbenennung der Zeitung (früher benannt "Blätter der Freiheit und des Fortschritts" oder "Blätter der Freiheit für demokratische Interessen").

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        Monument to Monr De La Perouse and his companions erected at Botany Bay

      W.Spreat, Exeter 1848 - Handcoloured lithograph, 155 x 215 mm., fine. A fine Australian view by Robert Marsh Westmacott (1801-1870) from his Sketches in Australia, a series of tinted lithographic plates of Sydney and Harbour areas, mountains and southern coastal regions of New South Wales, "drawn from nature".The French erected this monument to the memory of the scientific and ill-fated De la Perouse, and his companions, whose fate for many years was uncertain, no tidings were heard of them since the expedition left Botany Bay in 1788 having spent several weeks in the company of the First Fleet.Little is known of Westmacott, except that he was a captain in the 4th (King's Own) Regiment, and that he spent the early 1840s in Australia. His published views represent the last in the chronology of work by military or naval officers in the romantic landscape tradition of the early 19th century.

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        History of woman suffrage - [Complete in 3 volumes]

      Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copies all in the original, full aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with the original labels laid back; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Physical description; 3 v. : ill., maps, ports. Includes bibliographical references. Contents v.1. 1848-1861.--v.2. 1861-1876.--v.3. 1876-1885. Summary; These volumes comprise the most comprehensive, firsthand account of the 19th century woman suffrage movement. Edited by suffrage leaders Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Mathilda Gage, and Ida Husted Harper, the series reveals the rhetoric, strategy, and emotional appeal of the writings of the nation's leading suffragists. Subjects; Women - Suffrage - History - United States.

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        Notes of a tour in Switzerland, in the Summer of 1847.

      London, (J. Dennett for) James Nisbet, 1848,. in-8°, VI + 308 p., some quires loosening + 8 engraved plates including the lithographed frontispiece and the engraved title, browning and/or foxing, first fly leaf taken out, hw. former owner's name on title 'William Arthur Daubeny, June 24th 1850', and bookplate 'Oscar V. Viney', original green cloth, richly gilt spine, covers decorated with blindstamped frame, gilt alpine scene (deer scene) in the center of the upper plate, slight unsignificant wear on top and bottom of spine and corners.. First edition. A British traveller's observations relating to the beautiful scenery, to the people, and to religious matters, revealed in the following chapters: Geneva, Chamonix, canton de Vaud, free church of Vaud, Fribourg and Berne, the Oberland, lake of Lucerne, Zurich and Grisons, Zurich and Basle, appendix. The author was a minister of St. John's Chapel, Bedford Row, London. "Rare et recherche" (Perret).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Perret 3209; Waeber BSL III/79; Barth -; de Beer, 237.

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        Gesetz-Entwurf zum Schutze gegen den Mißbrauch der Presse. Um 1848. ( mit 2 Beilagen )

      - 36 lithographierte Seiten, Rückenbroschur, 4° ( 32,5 x 20,5 cm ). Der Entwurf - von Maximilian II., von Gottes Gnaden König von Bayern, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein in Auftrag gegeben - galt als Ergänzung zu dem am 4. Juni 1848 verabschiedeten Edikt über die Freiheit der Presse und des Buchhandels. Das ergänzende Gesetz wurde am 17. März 1850 erlassen. - Enthält ab S. 17 auch die Motive, die zu diesem Entwurf geführt haben. - 1. Seite mit Staubrand, leicht gebräunt. - Beiliegend I.: Gesetz-Entwurf die Abstellung einiger Pressemißbräuche betreffend. Um 1848. 8 lithogr. Seiten. 4°. Rückenbroschur. - 1. Seite mit Staubrand. - II. Vortrag des I. Ausschusses der Kammer der Abgeordneten über den Gesetzentwurf das Verfahren bei Pressevergehen in der Pfalz betreffend. Lithographiertes. Doppellblatt, gefaltet. - Mit Falzeinriss, etwas gebräunt, kleinere Randläsuren. - selten - ( Gewicht 150 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Dealings With The Firm of Dombey and Son Wholesale, Retail and for Exportation

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1848. First Edition in book form. Very near fine in in a late 19th century binding of 3/4 pebbled, black leather covered boards over marbled paper with five raised bands on the spine with gilt text and decorations in the compartments, marbled end pages and the top edge of the text block is gilt. There is a minor area of 1/2" by 1/8" at the upper edge of the spine area where the leather is rubbed and the paper edge at the lower edges of the boards is rubbed through in one small area. The hinges are tight and strong. An octavo measuring 8 9/16" tall by 5 1/2" deep containing 624 pages. Tipped-in at the second free end page (and before the fly title page) is the front wrapper from #3 of the original part. Illustrated with 38 engraved plates and a frontispiece by H. K. Browne ("Phiz"). An eight line errata page follows the list of illustrations. The word "Captain?" is spelled correctly on the last line of page 324. (Eckel, p74)

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        Dombey and Son

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1848. First edition in book form. Vignette title and 39 plates by H. K. Browne. xvi + [ii] + 624 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in diapered green contemporary calf, gilt spine. Fine, some toning to plates.

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        Falls of the Kamanis Taquoih River

      London.. [ 1848].. Color lithograph, with additional handcoloring, 10 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches (26.5 x 39cm). Toning to verso and very edge of sheet from previous framing, couple of tiny foxing spots in upper image area, light soiling to margins, overall very good condition. A magnificent image of the Kakabeka Falls along the Kaministiquia River near Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. This was sketched by the British military officer Henry James Warre on his journey of reconnaisance to the Pacific Northwest in 1845-1846, the time of the boundary line dispute between the United States and England. It was published in Sketches in North America and the Oregon Territory (1848). .

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        Mount Baker

      London.. [ 1848].. Color lithograph, with additional handcoloring, 8 x 12 1/4 inches (20 x 31 cm). Browning to verso from previous framing, damage to left margin (tear and crease, upper corner chipped to 1/4 inch margin), short tear in upper margin to just outside area of view, light creasing at right of image, light soiling in lower margin, 1/2 inch abraded line in upper left of image. View of Mount Baker from the Puget Sound with an Indian boat in the foreground. This was sketched by the British military officer Henry James Warre on his journey of reconnaisance to the Pacific Northwest in 1845-1846, the time of the boundary line dispute between the United States and England. It was published in Sketches in North America and the Oregon Territory (1848). This view was published on one sheet with the view of Cape Disappointment. .

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        Autograph Letter, signed ("G Borrow"), to Cecilia Lucy Brightwell

      N.p., 1848. 1 page pen and ink on a folded sheet. 12mo (4 x 3-1/2 in.). Tape from prior mounting at fold. Borrow writes to his close friend Lucy Brightwell, asking her to visit his mother as he is unwell. "Pray do me the favour to go and see my poor dear mother as often as you can ..." Brightwell (1811-1875) was an author and artist; she wrote series of short biographies for young people. Brightwell was very close to Borrow, and she referred to Mrs. Borrow as "Mother".

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        Das tausendjährige Reich. Gedicht zur Augustfeier 1843. Zweite Auflage, vermehrt durch ein Finale: Die Deutsche Republik. -(1848)-

      Hamburg, Hoffmann & Campe, 1848.. 20 Seiten, Geheftet, 8°. Etwas stockfleckig vor allem am Schnitt. Ecken etwas angeknickt. Unaufgeschnitten. - selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).

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        Nord-Amerikas Indianer

      Stockholm: P.G. Berg, 1848. Hardcover. Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Catlin, George. George Catlin's North American Indians published in 1848 in the first Swedish edition. This, an abridged Swedish edition of his Letters and Notes was published containing 23 colored lithographs that were modified versions of the prints from the Portfolio. Includes all 23 hand-colored plates. Plates generally in very good condition with very little foxing and clean margins. One plate, 'Vilda Hastars Fangande' has old taped repair in margin. Text block has some offsetting and light foxing. Binding remains intact with no loose pages but exhibits some looseness. Spine edges are chipped; gold embossed title on spine and blind rule on front and back board. Corners bumped and boards rubbed. Catlin's two volume "Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians" was published in 1841 and went through many printings.

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        A Christmas Carol in Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas. É Edition Sanctioned by the Author. [bound with:] The Chimes: A Goblin Story of Some Bells that Rang an Old Year Out and a New Year In. É Edition Sanctioned by the Author. [bound with:] The Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home. É Edition Sanctioned by the Author. [bound with:] The Battle of Life. A Love Story. É Copyright Edition for Continental Circulation. [bound with:] The Haunted Man and The Ghost's Bargain. A Fancy for Christmas-Time. É Copyright Edition in 8s (5 7/8 x 4 3/8 in.; 150 x 112 mm)

      Leipzig: Bernh. Tauchnitz, jun, 1848. First Tauchnitz editions. Christmas Carol with handcolored lithographed frontsipiece of Marley's Ghost and Scrooge after John Leech, each work with its half-title. Together 5 works in one volume vols. 8vo. Nineteenth-century purple cloth gilt; spine faded. A bit of scattered foxing. Tauchnitz Editions of DickensÕ Christmas Books A brilliant Sammelband of the first Tauchnitz editions of Dickens's Christmas books, each set from advance proofs and issued essentially simultaneously with the first London editions.

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        The Illustrated Gems of Sacred Poetry

      Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, 1848. Frontispiece, vignette title, and four engraved plates by Sartain after Stothard, Turner and others. Chromolithograph title and initials throughout (28 in all) by M. Schmitz, printed by T. Sinclair, Philadelphia. 164, [2] pp. 8vo. Contemporary half polished brown calf and marbled boards, a.e.g. Fine. With 28 Chromolithographs

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        Scenery of the White Mountains: With Sixteen Plates From The Drawings of Isaac Sprague

      Boston: Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1848. First edition. 16 full page lithographic plates either by Benjamin Thayer or John Henry Bufford. 4 pp. of text and each plate with a leaf of text. 1 vols. Folio. Original gree-grey cloth. Minor wear at head and tale of spine. 1) "The White Mountains," 2) "Mount Crawford," 3) "The Notch of the White Mountains," 4) "The Lower Cascade of the Notch," 5) "The Gate of the Notch," 6) "The Falls of the Amonoosuck," 7) "The Granite Cliffs of the Falls" (two views on one plate), 8) "The Franconia Notch," 9) "Profile Mountain at Franconia," 10) "The Profile Rock," 11) "The Basin, in Lincoln, N.H.," 12) "The Flume, in Lincoln, N.H.," 13) "Nancy's Bridge," 14) "Mt. Crawford, from the Notch" (two views on one plate), 15) "Mount Washington" (two views on one plate), and 16) "Mt. Washington, over Tuckerman's Ravine."

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        Town and Country: A Novel

      Henry Colburn, Publisher, Great Marlborough Street, London 1848 - Original blue cloth spine and boards, printed , paper labels. Labels with some toning, slight lean, scuff on lower joint of vol. II, else fine. Bookplate of William Garnett [ii], 300; [ii], 323, [1]; [ii], 303, [1] pp., + [2] pp. ads. 3 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Dombey and Son

      Bradbury and Evans, London 1848 - Bound in diapered green contemporary calf, gilt spine. Fine, some toning to plates Vignette title and 39 plates by H. K. Browne. xvi + [ii] + 624 pp. 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Vanity Fair. A Novel without a Hero

      London: Bradbury and Evans,, 1848. Octavo (203 × 133 mm). Bound by Bayntun Rivière in recent red crushed morocco, spine gilt in compartments with leaf sprays and flower tools between five raised bands, gilt lettered in two compartments and dated at foot, slightly bevelled boards with gilt borders with leaf sprays and flower tools at inside corners, the front cover with a central oval with a hand-painted miniature portrait of Thackeray mounted behind glass, the oval surrounded with gilt decoration; moiré silk doublures and endpapers, turn-ins gilt all round with stylised flower-head tools at corners, gilt edges. Frontispiece, engraved title, and 38 plates, smaller illustrations in the text after the author's own designs. Skilful repair to front joint, small nick to headcap at foot of spine, else a fine copy. First edition. This copy has all the issue points traditionally associated with the first edition: the drop-head title in rustic lettering to p.1; the "Marquis of Steyne" woodcut on p. 336 (later suppressed) and "Mr Pitt" for "Sir Pitt" on p. 453.

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        Dealings with the Firm of Dombey and Son, Wholesale, Retail and for Exportation. With Illustrations by H. K. Browne.

      . London, Bradbury & Evans 1848. 8°. XVI, 1 errata leaf (2 lines), 624 p. and 40 plates (incl. frontispiece and title page). Goldschnitt. Rotes Maroquin mit goldgepr. Rückentitel und Rückenvergoldung, goldgepr. Portrait und Signatur auf den Deckeln. Kanten- und Innenkantenvergoldung. Einband nicht signiert, aber im Stil von Bayntun Riviere. Erste Ausgabe. First edition. ("Capatin" S. 324 letzte Zeile). Mit faksimilierten Halbtitel. Half title in facsimile. Tafeln teils etwas stockfleckig. Rückenleder etwas blass. Schönes Exemplar. -CHF 1000.00.

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      London: Smith, Elder, 1848. Three volume set, complete. Crown 8vo. Navy blue full calf, gilt borders and gilt spine which is divided by raised bands into five compartments. Head and tails of spine rubbbed, also edges. All endpapers complete, Some faults to text pages: Vol 1: point of bottom right corner torn off at p89; half inch closed tear to lower margin p37; one inch closed tear to lower margin p111; curved two inch tear from lower margin through the text at p171 though no text missing; two inch closed tear running from bottom edge up the left margin not effecting the text. Vol 2: small chunk missing from lower margin at p59 . Vol 3: signature p87-90 working loose. Some scattered foxing throughout, mainly to endpapers, all light and sporadic. Ownership sig of Mary Henderson in each vol. A VG+ set of the third edition. . Third Edition. Full Calf.

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        Costumes Moeurs et Usages de la Cour de Bourgogne Sous le R?gne de Philippe III Dit le Bon (1455-1460)

      [Paris, 1848. First edition. 25 engravings (5 hand-colored and illuminated in gold). Folio. Five fascicles in green wrappers in original red paper boards portfolio, spine perished, some light foxing to margins of plates. The plates, five of which are beautifully hand-colored and heightened in gold, are reproductions of leaves from the illuminated manuscript "Histoire de Girart, comte de Nevers, et de la belle Euriant, sa mie".

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        Collection of 11 tracts and broadsides relating to the 1848 "June Days" Paris Uprising

      Paris: Various Publishers, 1848-49. The short-lived February Revolution of 1848, which resulted in the abdication of the Orleans monarchy and led to the institution of the Second Republic, also produced the brief, bloody workers' revolt known as the "June Days Uprising," in which workers, threatened with losing advances they had made in the February revolution, clashed with petit-bourgeois supporters of the Republic. Far outmatched by Republican troops, more than 1,500 workers died in the four-day conflict; thousands more were injured or arrested. Among the observers of the conflict was a young Karl Marx, who drew on the events in his major work "The 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte" (1852). The June uprising was noted by Lenin as "the first great civil war between the proletariat and the bourgeoisie." The current group of tracts and broadsides, which came to us in a single lot, mainly reflect the workers' perspective in the conflict, though at least one work documents the role of a Republican military officer in suppressing the rebellion. With two exceptions, all were issued contemporaneously. While none is unknown, all are at least uncommon, and several titles are of genuine rarity, not likely to be seen in commerce in the forseeable future. Included are the following titles (author or editor supplied where known): Micromegas. Le Cousin de Micromegas Aux Roberts-Macaires, Industriels. Civils et Politiques, de la bonne ville de Paris. Imp. Cordier [1848]. OCLC 6 copies; 1 in North America. Pierre, Alexandre. Les Robert-Macaires de la République. Paris: M. Alexandre-Pierre [1848]. OCLC 1 copy (BNF). Par la Mère Duchène (pseud. Casimir Vermasse). Jésus-Christ devant Les Aristos Par la Mére Duchéne. Journée du 16 Avril - An 4028 du monde. Paris: Impr. de Beaulé et Maignand,1849. OCLC 9 copies; 3 in North America. One of a series of tracts, each with a different title, under the pseudonym "Mère Duchène." Par la Mère Duchène (pseud. Casimir Vermasse). Le Casque à Mêche Par la Mére Duchéne. Propagande militaire du citoyen La Ramée. Paris: Impr. de Beaulé et Maignand,1849. OCLC 2 copies; none in North America. Another in the series (see above). Bernard, S.-F. Tais-Toi, Rodin! Réponse Aux Calomniateurs du Socialisme. Fermons les Clubs! Premier Pamphlet adressé a Monsieur Leon Faucher, ministre de l'Intérieur. Paris: Société Typographique [1848]. OCLC 5 copies; 2 in North America. Gallois, Léonard. Documents Pour Servir a L'Histoire De La Revolution de 1848. Procès des Journees du 15 Mail et de Juin. Détails curieux sur l'intérieur de la maison SOBRIER. Troisième Lettre [of four]. Paris: Impr. Pilloy [1848]. OCLC notes 5 locations total for any of four tracts in the series, none in North America. Gallois, Léonard. Documents Pour Servir a L'Histoire De La Revolution de 1848. Procès des Journees du 15 Mail et de Juin. Détails curieux sur l'intérieur de la maison SOBRIER. Quatrième et Derniere Lèttre. Paris: Impr. Pilloy [1848]. Final letter in the series (see above). "Par un Officier d'État-Major." Histoire des 4 Jours, Recit Authentique Détaillé Complet, Des Evenements des 23, 24, 25, 26 Juin 1848, Par un Officier D'État-Major. Paris: Impr. Centrale de Napoleon [1848]. 7pp. Includes engraved plan of the insurgency. OCLC 4 copies; 1 in North America (Stanford). de Bassignac, Alfred (ed). La Bouche D'Acier: Pamphlet Democratique. Paris: Impr. Dondey-Dupre [1848]. Hatin ("Bibliographie la presse periodique") notes only a single issue, for Sept. 2, 1848, noting that the tract was issued "sur paper de toutes couleurs." This is a plain-paper issue. OCLC finds 9 locations, 3 in North America. ["Citoyen Castaud"]. Les Trahisons de Ledru-Rollin. Révélations faites au Club du Salon de Mars, le samedi 25 novembre, par le cit. Castaud, ancien condamné politique, ancien membre de la Société Republicaine centrale et du Club de la Révolution. Paris: Impr. de Beaulé et Maignand [1848]. Loss to left margin, just into text (no loss of sense). OCLC 6 locations; 2 in North America. [Advertising Broadside]. The Lucifer: English and French Monthly Newspaper. Paris: Impr. J. Frey [1848]. Large broadside (ca 21" x 14-3/4") with woodcut caricature and satirical poem on the abdication of Louis-Philippe. OCLC 3 locations, none in North America. Collection of 11 rare folio tracts and broadsides, most supporting the workers' cause in the 1848 Paris Uprising. Occasional marginal losses and soil; old folds and creases, but no loss to text, all complete as issued.

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        Os Portuguezes em Africa, Asia, America, e Oceania. Obra Classica

      Lisboa (Lisbon): Typ de Borges, 1848-1850. First edition.. Hardcover. Near fine. Seven volumes in four. 8vo. xxiv,183;224;215;208;213,(3);220;279,(1)pp. Errata page for Vol. 5 after p. 213; publisher's announcement of the Diccionario after p. 279 of vol. 7. Frontispiece portraits of the author in Vol., 1, of O Immortal Infante D. Henrique in Vol. 2; and portrait plates of D. Vasco da Gama and Antonio da Silveira in Vol. 5, and D. Alvaro de Castro and D. Joao de Castro in Vol. 6. Volume I begins with a comprehensive chronology of Portuguese exploration in Africa, Asia, America and Oceania, commencing in 1412, followed by comprehensive descriptions of the voyages and discoveries. Contemporary marbled sheep, spines gilt with brown lettering labels. Marbled paper endpapers. Volume I with the bookseller label of Livraria de Joao Pereira da Silva, Lisboa; and also a label from Francis Edwards of London: "This Book was purchased in 1941 from London whilst the great battle for civilization was in progress." Rare. OCLC lists scant copies in any early edition. This edition not seen at auction since 1939. Not found in Hill or Cox. A Diccionario Geographico was subsequently issued, usually designated as Volume 8; this set contains the announcement for the dictionary on the leaf following Vol. 7, p. 279 as not yet ready. Where seen, the dictionary is usually with the second edition and bears an imprint different from that of Borges. A couple of the plates have light foxing; 1891 (?) ownership signature across the title of each volume, and with the title of Volume 1 with a light offset presumably from a clipping laid in. But essentially a near fine set with only traces of wear and rubbing. Text in Portuguese.

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      Longman, London 1848 - Fifteen leaves, iv. Illustrated in chromolithography throughout in colors and gold by Noel Humphreys, the lower openings in grasaille, or under painting. In a papier mache binding also designed by Humphreys, with the original leather spine, the covers with elaborate design featuring six oval figural scenes, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. One of Humphrey's more mature chromolithographic productions. Quite a nice example free of cracking with one small repair to front lower corner [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal of an Expedition Into the Interior of Tropical Australia in Search of a Route from Sydney to the Gulf of Carpentaria

      London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1848. Rebound in attractive black three quarters leather over cloth boards. pp xvi (last blank) + 438 (printer's imprint on verso), including 7 maps (3 folding) and 12 plates (including frontis), plus line illustrations in text. Two owner bookplate to front endpapers plus sporadic toning, mostly confined to plates, endpapers and margins (see images). Ferguson 4828, missing the advertisements at the rear but otherwise complete. Numerous illustrations available.. First Edition. Three-Quarter Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Buki Nihyakuzu

      1848. [JAPANESE ARMOUR]. Buki Nihyakuzu. (Japanese Arms and Armour Pictorial Works). By Sukemichi Kobayashi and Masanori Yamawaki. 3 leaves of text and 13 leaves profusely illustrated with colour woodcuts. Folio, 315 x 215 mm, bound in original wrappers and printed label in a new cloth folding box. Edo [Tokyo]: Kobujuku Zohan, 1848. |~| |~||~||~||~||~| A delightful nineteenth-century book on Japanese arms and armour. Each page has 8 separate woodcuts each with an accompanying description. The colour woodcuts depict articles of military clothing from shoes to hats, a wide variety of weapons such as swords, bows, armor, reins, cannons and even fortifications. Very rare with OCLC listing 3 copies worldwide. Aside from some minor worming, a fine copy.

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        Utagawa Kunimasa IV Actor Print

      Tokyo, Japan: Daikokuya Kinzaburo Artist: Utagawa Kunimasa IV 1848-1920. Series/Title: Unserialized actor print. Size: HxW 14 x 9.4 inches, each of three panels of a triptych. Oban tate-e. Date: Date seal is present but does not correspond to any listings in Andreas Marks. This probably indicates a date after 1875. Signed: Kunimasa hitsu. Publisher: Uncertain but believed to be Daikokuya Kinzaburo. Seal name Dai. Flourished 1863 to 1881 [or 1887]. Colors: Excellent colors, somewhat understated but not much faded. Principal colors are four shades of blue, and a rust red. Secondary colors include ecru, beige and gray-green. Condition: Margins are fully trimmed. Washi [?] paper. Unbacked. The three panels are carefully pasted together from the reverse side along either vertical edge of the center sheet. Minor tape residue observed at the top edge of the reverse of sheets, rather trivial. A ½ inch worm hole at the very top of each sheet, professionally backed. Also a similar backed worm hole 1/3 of way down seam between left and center sheets. Almost no soiling. Very Good as to impression. The lines are reasonably clean and clear, neither crisp nor mushy, suggesting a pull neither early nor late. Overall rated Very Good. Comments: Originally born Takenouchi Hidehisa, the artist used multiple go (artist names) during his career including Baido Hosai, Baido Kunimasa, Kochoro, Kunimasa IV, Kunisada III and Toyokuni V. Early in his career he used the go Kunimasa IV and Baido Hosai. In 1889 he succeeded as head of the Utagawa line and took the go Kunisada III. Later in his career he claimed the title Toyokuni IV, but that go was already taken (a fact that he refused to recognize), so he is referred to as Toyokuni V. Featuring the actors Bando Mitsugoro at right, Nakamura [first name undecipherable] at center, and [?] ____Nosuke at left.. Very Good. Illus. by Utagawa Kunimasa IV.

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      Libreria de Angel Calleja. Ed. 1848 - Madrid. 1848. Holandesa con puntas. 20X13. 2VOL. 5H+572P+304P. Homeopatia. Contiene formulario. Ref 16 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hand - Atlas über alle Theile der Erde nach dem neuesten Zustande und über das Weltgebäude.

      Gotha, Perthes, 1848.. 2°. 10 S. Erläuterungen, 8 unpag. S. Verlagsanzeigen, 31 Doppelblatt grenzkolorierte Karten. Halbleder - Einband der Zeit. Einband berieben. Erste Textseiten und die letzte Karte (= Australien) braunfleckig. Sonst guter Zustand. (s. Foto). de.

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        Autograph Letter, signed ("Edward Ireland"), concerning his slaves and other property

      Carroll County [Maryland], 1848. 2 pp. pen and ink on signle sheet. 4to. Light creasing from prior folding. Reading in part: "Having lost one of my negro men by death (a big valuable one) and having sold three more of them and having also sold one of my negro women - the above negros were sold to Mr. J[oseph] S. Donovan to be sent to the New Orleans market as he is a negro dealer living in Baltimore - the above negroes sold brought the sum of $2800 all of which money has been invested in property in the city of Baltimore ? My object in writing to you is to request that you will lay this letter before the Commissioner of Tax of Carroll County and have all of the above negroes taken *at once* from my assets ?".

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