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        Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara in the Years of 1845 and 1846 Containing a Narrative of Personal Adventures during a Tour of Nine Months through the Desert amongst the Touaricks and other Tribes of Saharan People including a description of the Oases and Cities of Ghat Ghadames and Mourzuk

      First edition.   2 vols. Folding map and frontispieces (these a little stained) 8vo.   Modern half calf, d  xxxii, 440; xii, 482, [2]ads.pp. London, Richard Bentley,

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        2 autograph letters signed. 1848-1857

      Camden Town 1848 - De Morgan, Augustus (1806-71). (1). Autograph letter signed to an unidentified correspondent. Camden Town, Jan. 27, 1848. 1 page plus integral blank. 180 x 114 mm. (2) Autograph letter signed to Admiral Sir Francis Beaufort (1774-1857). Camden Town, October 7, 1857. 2-1/2pp. 183 x 114 mm. Some foxing, blank portion of second leaf cut away. Together 2 letters, both mounted on single sheet together with printed obituary notice and wood-engraved portrait. Two dryly humorous letters from the mathematician Augustus de Morgan, known for formulating De Morgan's laws or De Morgan's theorem (rules in formal logic relating pairs of dual logical operators in a systematic manner expressed in terms of negation), and for introducing the term "mathematical induction" and making its idea rigorous. De Morgan was also the author of Arithmetical Books from the Invention of Printing to the Present Time (1847), which has been described as "the first significant work of scientific bibliography" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). De Morgan's 1848 letter reads as follows: I can't find Leverrier's Christian names-or, not to make any assumption which a member of the Institute might repudiate-his prénoms. They begin with U. J. Can you tell them? Or must I put down Ulysses Jeremiah at a venture. If you can't tell them, can you calculate them. They can hardly be as difficult as a planet. If you happen to know Hencke's, pray tell them to me: but I can't demand them of you as a right which I do Leverrier's. "Leverrier" refers to Urbain Jean Joseph Leverrier (1811-77), the French astronomer whose mathematical calculations and astronomical observations of the perturbations of Uranus led directly to the discovery of Neptune. "Hencke" refers to German astronomer Karl Ludwig Hencke (1793-1866), discoverer of the asteroids 5 Astraea and 4 Vesta. The 1857 letter reads: I had a note from Mr. Smyth this morning, by which I was very glad to hear that you were able to write, and that your handwriting was still of the old firm type. This note was in answer to one which made some inquiries about your identity-not health alone, but identity-and it appears that you and I have been fellow sailors, and that 51 years ago this very month. To be sure we were, as we may say, at the two extreme ends of the chain. You commanded the Woolwich, and I commanded nothing but my mother's constant attention, being then an infant of four months old on board the Jane Duchess of Gordon E. S. But my command was in better order than yours; for my voice was sufficient per se, whereas yours would have been of little effect but for the knowledge that the nine tails and powder and ball were looming in the distance as definite possibilities. I picked up my mother's journal a few days ago, which let me into this little secret. It would do you good to see how you were cut up when you shortened sail against the wishes of the ladies. De Morgan was born in India and returned to England as an infant; his letter refers to this voyage. His correspondent, Admiral Sir Francis Beaufort, was a naval hydrographer who conducted important hydrographic surveys in South America and southern Anatolia; he served for 25 years as head of the Hydrographic Office of the British Admiralty, and invented the Beaufort scale for indicating wind force. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Aristotelis Opera Omnia Greace et latine cum indice niminum et rerum absolutissimo

      PARIGI: Editore Ambrosio Firmin Didot, 1848 - 1931. Rilegato. BUONO. 18 27. I - II - II - IV - V USATO

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        Eigenh. Albumblatt mit U.

      Wien, 22. IX. 1848. - 1 S. Qu.-8vo. "Wenn endlich wir im offnen Kampfe stehn, | Im offnen Kampfe gegen all' das Schlechte, | Das Jahre lang die Seele uns empört, | Dann ist der Kampf Genuß und höchstes Glück, | Und diese Stürme sind die beste Zeit! [.]". - Alt auf Trägerpapier montiert. MEGA III/2, 23, 46, 447, 449; III/3, 310; III/4, 324, 514; III/6, 393, 441, 539.

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        Willem II. Geboren 6 december 1792. Koning der Nederlanden 7 october 1840, ingehuldigd 28 november 1840, overleden te Tilburg 17 maart 1849. Ets en Gravure, 41x30cm.

      Met opschrift: grondwets-herziening 1848 en aan de randen de namen Salamanca, Vittoria, Quatre-Bras, Waterloo, Hasselt, Bautersem. Onderaan; Je maintiendra. Uitgegeven door A.C. Kruseman. Vouwtjes aan de randen, verder in goede staat. KH103

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        The Comic History of England (Two Volume Set)

      (London): Published at the Punch Office, 85, Fleet Street, 1848. Good. First edition, first issue. Two volumes. Octavos. Each volume with the half-title printed in red, 10 hand-colored plates and 120 wood-engravings by John Leech. In the original gilt decorated publisher's purple cloth. Two early owner's signatures in ink and pencil on the front free endpapers. Moderate fading to the spine and edges, corners are bumped, front joint and hinge of volume one is partially split (still holding snug) with a chip at the crown, good. The scarce first issue in book form of John Leech's great satiric work, complete as issued in the original cloth.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        EMIGRATION TO TEXAS Peters Grant

      Printed bifolium. 4pp with an integral blank, addressed in manuscript. Old folds (with two small splits, remnants of a wax seal with small tear from opening, ink postage stamp, final page dusty but very good. London, [Richard Coad & Son?],

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        Die Hautkrankheiten durch anatomische Untersuchungen erläutert.

      Berlin, Verlag von G. Reimer, 1848, 8, XX, 394 pp., mit 8 feinen von Simon und Troschel gezeichneten und Troschel gestochenen Tafeln, feiner Halbleinenband d.Zt. ERSTE AUSBGABE - BEGINN HISTOPATHOLOGISCHER FORSCHUNG IN DER DERMATOLOGIE! "Seiner Zeit weit voraus veröffentlichte Simon im Jahre 1848 das erste Textbuch der Dermatopathologie mit beeindruckenden Abbildungen und detaillierten Beschreibungen verschiedener Dermatosen." M. Schaller Carl Gustav Theodor Simon (1810-1857) als Pathologe ausgebildet, in Dermatologie habilitiert und an der Charité tätig, war der erste Vertreter seines Faches in Berlin. Das gesuchte Grundlagenwerk zur Einführung der Histopathologie in die Dermatologie im 19.Jhdt ist seinem Lehrer Johannes Müller gewidmet und mit Abbildungen von Hugo Troschel nach den vom Autor gefertigten Präparaten, großzügig illustriert. "Einen Eindruck erweckenden Fortschritt schafft Simons Hauptwerk. Es bietet für damals einen sicheren Leitfaden der pathologischen Histologie der Haut." Gottron/Schönfeld. "Bemerkenswert ist Simons Klassifikation der Geschwülste nach histogenetischen Merkmalen." Dohm "Gustav Simon reviesed the entire subject of the histopathology of the skin, and wrote on the structure of condylomas and warts, pigment formation of the skin and the development of hairs and first described the acorus follicularum..."-Pusey Hirsch-H. V, 279 Richter, 232 Klaschka-R., 100 Jahre Dermatologie in Berlin Martin Schaller, Pantheon der Dermatologie, Hrsg. v. Chr. Löser & Gerd Plewig, pp.959-963 G.Doh, Geschichte der Histopathologie, p.680

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        The Jews, The English Poor, and The Gypsies; With a Proposal for an Important Improvement in the British Constitution.

      Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London 1848 - 12mo. 16.5 by 10.5 cm. 60 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Declaration of Independence

      Broadside, framed & glazed. Measuring approx 750 by 640mm, two faint old folds. Washington, D.C.: St. Clair Clarke and Peter Force,

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        The Haunted Man and the Ghosts Bargain

      A fancy for Christmas-Time. First edition. 8vo. Original red cloth pictorially decorated in gilt. London, Bradbury & Evans.

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      [N.p., but likely Wisconsin, 1848. Approximately 6 1/2 x 10 inches. Framed, with UV3 plexiglass. In fine condition. An attractive watercolor by American army officer and noted artist of American Indians, Seth Eastman, depicting the moment of surrender by the American troops at Fort Shelby in Wisconsin during the War of 1812. Fort Shelby was the American fort built at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, at the junction of the Mississippi and Wisconsin rivers, in June 1814 by William Clark, governor of Louisiana Territory. It was named for Isaac Shelby, Revolutionary War soldier and first governor of Kentucky. Its purpose was to block any British advance on the headwaters of the Mississippi, but the fort fell to them after a short siege in the latter part of July 1814, and was renamed Fort McKay. The war was over too soon for this to prove of strategic value, and it was burned in May 1815 by departing British troops. The United States then constructed a major post, Fort Crawford, on the spot. Seth Eastman, a captain in the U.S. Army, was noted for his scenes of Indian life, particularly of the Sioux and the Dakotah. John Francis McDermott has called him "the premier watercolorist of the Mississippi River landscape." He was commissioned in 1849 to illustrate Henry Schoolcraft's great work on the American Indian, HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL INFORMATION, RESPECTING THE HISTORY, CONDITION AND PROSPECTS OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF THE UNITED STATES, 1851-57, a work for which Eastman produced over 275 pages of illustrations. Near the end of his life in the 1870s, Eastman was also commissioned by the U.S. Government to paint seventeen important American forts. Eastman's work from 1841 to 1848, during the time he was stationed at Fort Snelling at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers, centered on Indian life, and the Mississippi River. During this time he is known to have also painted Fort Crawford at Prairie du Chien, the fort which replaced Fort Shelby, as well as a number of watercolors in the Prairie du Chien region. In fact, Eastman himself was once stationed at Fort Crawford, his initial assignment after graduating from West Point in 1829, and his earliest known dated sketch was made there. He must have known the story of the surrender at Fort Shelby, and probably had details of the event from some who had witnessed the surrender first-hand. A handsome watercolor of the Mississippi by a noted American artist. John Francis McDermott, SETH EASTMAN'S MISSISSIPPI (University of Illinois Press, 1973). Sarah Boehme, et al, SETH EASTMAN: A PORTFOLIO OF NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS (Afton Historical Society Press, 1995).

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        Mémoire sur la planète Neptune

      Bachelier, Paris 1848 - ____ Tiré à part des Comptes rendus des séances de l'Académie des Sciences', tome XVII, séance du 2 octobre 1848. On joint 9 tirés à part des communications de Le Verrier à l'Académie des Sciences et un de Mouchez : - Recherches sur les comètes périodiques. . , tome XXV, séance du 25 octobre, 1847. 11 pp. - Recherches sur les comètes périodiques. ., tome XXV, séance du 20 décembre, 1847. 9 pp. - Nouvelle détermination de la différence de longitude entre les observatoires de Paris et de Greenwich. ., tome XXXIX, séance du 25 septembre 1854. 14 pp. - Théorie et tables du mouvement de Vénus. ., tome LI, séance du 26 novembre 1860. 7 pp. - Réponse de M. Le Verrier à M. Delaunay. [sur une modifications de nombres de la Théorie de Vénus et de la Terre.] ., tome LI, séance du 26 novembre 1860. 4 pp. - Réponse de M. Le Verrier aux critiques [de Delaunay] dirigées à tort contre quelques-uns des derniers chiffres, des derniers coefficients des dernières séries dont dépendent les actions réciproques de Vénus et de la Terre. ., tome LI, séance du 19 novembre 1860. 7 pp. - Travaux en voie d'exécution à l'Observatoire. .tome LXXXX, séance du 28 juin 1875. 6 pp. - Eclipse totale du Soleil le 18 août 1868. . tome LXVI, séance du 3 février 1868. 7 pp. - Exposé des opérations entreprises par l'Observatoire . pour la détermination astronomique des longitudes et latitudes des points principaux du réseau géodésique français. .tome LVI, séance du 5 janvier 1863. 20 pp. On joint : Catalogue [des étoiles] de l'Observatoire de Paris. Note de M. Mouchez. .tome CV, séance du 17 octobre 1887. 4 pp. *-------* 10 off-prints by Le Verrier and one by Mouchez. In-4. [235 x 151 mm] Collation : Brochés, sans couverture. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        California : Her Wealth and Resources; With Many Interesting Facts Respecting the Climate and People; the Official and Other Correspondence of the Day, Relating to the Gold Region; Colonel Mason's Report, and All that Part of the President's Message

      New York: George F. Nesbitt, Stationer and Printer, 1848. Softcover. Very good. 8vo. 40 pages. Ex-library with stamps on front cover and page 33, and one partially erased on first page, secure provenance. Spine and last wrapper professionnaly restored with acid-free paper, reversible process. Dampstained at the lower corner of most pages. Text of the last wrapper "Practical Directions to Persons about to Cross the Isthmus of Panama" pasted on back cover. Otherwise fine. Within a recent clamshell box. (Howes, S408, "b"). Scarce. Early publication on the discovery of gold in California. J. Ely Sherwood will also publish in 1849, The Pocket Guide to California, Sea and Land Route. Wheat mentions the earlier book in his bibliography, no. 187. "With the discovery of gold, however, the demand for information about this suddenly fabulous country became insistent in all parts of the globe", Books of the California Gold Rush, San Francisco, 1949.

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        Konvolut aus 9 Fotografien (alle mit Widmungen bzw. längeren Mitteilungen) und einer eigenh. Karte von Rudolf Tyrolt.

      Tyrolt, Rudolf, Schauspieler und Schriftsteller (1848-1929). 9 Fotografien mit Widmungen oder Mitteilungen und 1 eigenh. Karte. - Karte: o. O., o. J. [1918/19]. An eine unbekannte Freundin, welcher er für ihre Glückwünsche zu seinem 70. Geburtstag dankt. - Fotografien: (13. V. 1897:) Fotografie im Kostüm hüftaufwärts (W. C. Hans, Wien) mit eigenh. Widmung (zur Erinnerung für seinen Freund Moritz Mayer) und U. Bildgröße 15,3 x 10 cm. Auf Karton aufgelegt. - (I. 1906:) Fotografie im Kostüm knieaufwärts, Blick in die Kamera (R. Krziwanek, Wien) mit eigenh. Widmung ("Da ist r - der Fritz!") und U. Bildgröße 14,5 x 10,5.- Auf Karton aufgelegt. - (II. 1906:) Fotografie im Kostüm, sitzend (R. Krziwanek) mit eigenh. Widmung ("Meinem lieben Freund Moritz zu stets frdl. Gedanken, Ihr alter Fritz") und U. Bildgröße 14,5 x 10,5 cm. Auf Karton aufgelegt - (Anfang 1908:) Fotografie Büste (R. Krziwanek, Wien) mit eigenh. Widmung (Glückwünsche zum Neujahr 1908) und U. Bildgröße 14,5 x 10,5 cm. Auf Karton aufgelegt. (1908:) Portrait-Fotografie als Postkarte (Fotograf unbekannt). mit eigenh. Mitteilung (Dankesworte für die Gastfreundlichkeit des Ehepaares Mayer) und U. Kartengröße 13,5 x 8,5 cm. - (1908:) Fotogtrafie der Familie Tyrolt als Postkarte (Menschik, Gutenstein) mit eigenh. Mitteilung (Das Ehepaar Tyrolt freut sich schon sehr die Adressatin Auguste Mayer in Wien zu sehen) und U. Postkartengröße 13,8 x 8,9 cm. - (1. XII. 1908:) Fotografie der Familie Tyrolt ( Fotograf unbekannt) mit eigenh. Mitteilung (Grußworte) und U. auf der Rückseite. Bildgröße 15,2 x 10,7 cm. Auf Karton aufgelegt. - (Ostern 1911:) Fotografie sitzend in die Kamera schauend (Gutmann, Wien) mit eigenh. Widmung und U. Bildgröße 19,5 x 12,8 cm. Auf Karton aufgelegt. - (X. 1917:) Fotografie sitzend in die Kamera schauend (Franz Josef Böhm, Mürzzuschlag) mit eigenh. Mitteilung ("Zum letzten Male in meinem Leben fotografiert [...]" und U. auf der Rückseite. Bildgröße 14 x 9,8 cm. Auf Karton aufgelegt.

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        Vanity Fair. A Novel Without a Hero.

      London: Bradbury and Evans,, 1848. With Illustrations on Steel and Wood by the Author. Octavo (206 x 128 mm). Recent red morocco by Bayntun-Riviere, gilt titles and decoration to spine in compartments, frame gilt to covers, wide turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges, with the engraved advertisement for The Great Hoggarty Diamond bound in before the frontispiece as issued. Etched frontispiece with tissue-guard, vignette title page, 38 plates, wood-engraved vignettes and similar initials after Thackeray. Minor rubbing to extremities; an excellent copy. First edition in book form, with the three points traditionally taken to denote first issue (drop-head title in rustic lettering to page 1, the "Marquis of Steyne" vignette on page 336, later suppressed, and "Mr. Pitt" for "Sir Pitt" on page 453, line 31), although, as the novel was originally published in 20 parts between January 1847 and July 1848, such points conceivably would have been amended before serialization was completed. "Modern editions of this classic novel almost invariably omit Thackeray's vignettes and often give only a selection from his etchings. The reader is deprived thereby not only of much amusement but also of important clues to the meaning of the story" (Ray).

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        Der Leuchtthurm. Wochenschrift für Politik, Literatur und gesellschaftliches Leben. Redigirt von Ernst Keil und L. Vogel. 4. Jahrgang 1849, No. 1-17, 31-48. 5. Jahrgang 1850, No. 1-12. u. Jahrgang 1851, No. 1-25. Fortgesetzt unter dem Titel Die Wartburg". Ab 1850 jeweils mit den Beiblättern "Die Wespe", später "Schildwacht", dann "Spitzkugeln". (Beigegeben 4. Jahrgang, 1849, 10 Hefte u. einige Beiblätter)."

      4.Zus. Ca 2.000 Seiten mit zahlreichen Textillustrationen in Holzstich sowie vielen lithogr. Porträttafeln. 4 rote uniforme Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückengoldprägung, Rückenschildchen. Gut erhalten, im Text frisch und nahezu fleckenfrei. Jahrgang 1848 in Pappband d.Zt., stärker berieben. Innen fleckig. Estermann 8,104 Kirchner 11066. - Umfangreiches Konvolut der letzten Jahrgänge dieses demokratischen Oppositionsblattes des Journalisten und Verlegers Ernst Keil, des späteren Gründers und Leiters der "Gartenlaube", der aber schon während seiner Buchhandelszeit schriftstellerisch für das "Junge Deutschland" tätig war. "Der Leuchtthurm", von 1846 bis 1850 in 5 Jahrgängen erschienen, 1850-1851 unter dem Titel "Wartburg" mitdurchgehender Seitenzählung fortgeführt, gilt als "ein Organ, bemerkenswerth in der Geschichte des bis dahin ... dürftig gewesenen vormärzlichen Journalismus, dessen Eintritt als ein Ereigniß ersten Ranges und eine eingreifend bedeutsame Wendung hervorragt und ein journalistisches Unternehmen, welches eine für die damaligen Verhältnisse ganz ungewöhnliche Verbreitung fand" (ADB). - Beigebunden (vor S. 665) ein Flugblatt des Verlages v. 1. October 1850, in dem die Umbenennung auf Wartburg erläutert wird. Angebunden: Illustrirter Dorfbarbier .. Von Ferdinand Stolle. 1. Jahrgang 181, Heft 1. u. Heft 11. Je 8 S.

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        nach der Natur aufgenommen und gezeichnet von E. Fröhlich und Th. Verhas).

      Mannheim, Guido Zeiler, (1848), 22,5 x 28,5 cm. Mit 8 Aquatinta-Tafeln von R. Dawson und J. Tanner nach Fröhlich und Verhas. Lwd. d. Zt. Engelmann 664. - Enthält eine Gesamtansicht, sowie Ansichten vom Schloss, Kettenbrücke, Freihafen, Paradeplatz, Bahnhof, Marktplatz und Großherzogliches Institut. - Einband berieben und fleckig. Die schönen Ansichten breitrandig und nur in den Rändern leicht fleckig. Äußerst selten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg

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        Description générale et particulière du Duché de Bourgogne, précédée de l’abrégé historique de cette province. Deuxième édition augmentée de divers mémoires et pièces.

      Dijon, Victor Lagier [et Décailly pour le tome 4], 1847-1848, demi-chagrin de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés. –Qq. rousseurs. -Bel exemplaire. - 4 volumes in-8 de XXXIV-(2)-220-452 pp. + 2 cartes dépl. h.t. + 2 plans dépl. h.t.; (4)-604 pp. + 1 carte dépl. h.t. ; (4)-640 pp. et (4)-788 pp. ; 2e édition (E.O.: 1774-1785). Rare et très recherchée.Saffroy 18796.

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        Ether and Chloroform A Compendium of their History, surgical Use, Dangers, and Discovery. + Anaesthetic Agents, their mode of Exhibition and physiological effects.

      From the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal And the Transactions of the American Medical Association, Vo. 1. - Boston: David Clapp, Printer ...184, Washington Street, 1848, 8, 1 Bl., 27 pp. + 18 pp., Orig. Broschiert. FIRST EDITION of one of the most significant early papers on anesthesia!This is a very good to fine copy in the original rare blue wrappers as the copy in the NLM. The first article was originally published in the Boston Medical Surgical Journal in 1846. The second article is from the Transactions of the American Medical Association, Vol. 1."Bigelow's speedy publication of Morton's discovery , and his subsequent advocacy of ether assured its adoption throughout the civilized world. The above work deals with the priority claims in general and with a defense of Morton's claim in particular" and contains detailed information on their surgical use, dangers and history." Garrison & MortonBigelow had great concern for the suffering of surgical patients and was interested in finding an ideal agent, which could be used as an anesthetic. Ether had the potential to be of use though there was concern over its flammability. Bigelow used ether and published his observations on use of vapors from sulphuric ether in the Boston Medical Surgical Journal in 1846. In the present report, Bigelow discusses the pros and cons on using ether vapors or chloroform and compares this, in the second article, with other anesthetic agents. This clinical research was a major advancement for surgical operations where pain to the patient was greatly minimized or not felt during the surgery.Henry Jacob Bigelow (1818-1880), the Boston surgeon, is noted for important contributions to surgery and for having published the first account of the use of ether in a surgical operation. He attended the Boston Latin School, entered Harvard at the age of fifteen years, and was a graduated with the class of 1837. He then studied medicine with his father as preceptor, and attended lectures at the medical schools of Harvard and Dartmouth. In 1838 and 1839 he served as a house surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and obtained the degree of doctor of medicine from Harvard Medical School. Bigelow also made important surgical contributions. Through his Boylston Prize essay, Manual of Orthopedic Surgery (1844), he directed attention to a field of surgical endeavor until then neglected in America. In 1869 he described the iliofemoral ligament and its mechanism, and demonstrated the importance of the structure in reducing dislocations of the hip by the flexion method which had been advocated earlier by William W. Reid. Bigelow also improved an instrument (lithotrite) for crushing stones of the bladder, and perfected an evacuator of large caliber for immediate removal of the fragments. He designated the operation "litholaplaxy".Rare - RLIN locates 4 copies, some evidently without the original wrapper with its collective title.Garrison & Morton No. 5730

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        Des engrais inorganiques en général, et du sel marin (chlorure de sodium) en particulier

      Paris, Firmin Didot frères, 1848, in-8, de VIII, 252, (2) pages et 1 tableau replié, exemplaire broché, non coupé (manque de papier au dos et brochage fragile), Première édition de cette étude pionnière en agriculture puisque Becquerel réalisa ses expériences en tenant compte de la nature et de la composition du sol, et de son état hygroscopique. Intérieur propre.

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        Über die Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaues und ihren Einfluß auf die geistige Entwickelung des Menschengeschlechts. Wilhelm von Humboldt' gesammelte Werke. Sechster Band.

      Berlin , G. Reimer, 1848 - NEUER Leinenband mit neuen Vorsätzen. 22 cm Gutes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch. Gewicht in Gramm: 600

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        A Three Years Cruize in the Mozamique Channel


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        Notes of a military reconnoissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego in California

      Wendell and Van Benthuysen, Washington 1848 - First edition, Senate issue (preceded by the House issue), 8vo, pp. 416; with 40 lithograph plates and 3 sketch maps, and without the large folding map which was "not in all copies" - Howes. With the bookplate of the railroad baron, James J. Hill, with the perforated stamp of the library he founded in the margin of the title-p. (touching 1 letter), and with accession numbers on spine; original brown cloth, spine ends chipped, paper label perished but with an added manuscript label in what may be Hill's hand. Howes E-145. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Five Years in Kaffirland; with Sketches of the Late War in that Country, to the Conclusion of Peace. Written on the Spot.


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        Testacea Britannica; or, British shells. Part I[-II]. With : (2) Supplement to Testacea Britannica.London, J. White (printed by J.S. Hollis, Romsey; supplement by S. Woolmer, Exeter), [1803-] 1808[-ca. 1810]. 3 parts in 1 volume. Large 4to (27.5 x 21.5 cm). With 3 engraved title-pages, more than 200 figures in 30 engraved plates by Eliza Dorville. With 20 excellent original ink and watercolour drawings of shells (ca. 1801) bound in, along with 4 slips containing 5 engraved figures showing shells. All engraved shell figures coloured by a contemporary hand. 20th-century brown half morocco, with the original wrappers of heavy plain paper bound in.

      Nissen, ZBI 2875; for Eliza Dorville: J. Crockford, Reports of cases in the law of real property & conveyancing, London, 1848, pp. 440-444. Rare complete set (two parts plus the supplement) of an extensive and thoroughly illustrated account of British shells, here with 20 excellent original watercolour drawings of shells by an unknown artist, with the species noted in neatly written captions, bound in near the relevant descriptions (4 additional slips contain engravings of shells). The thirty plates that form an integral part of the present book were drawn and engraved by Eliza Donville (ca. 1770-1844), mistress of the author. With bookplate. In very good condition, with minor foxing in the book itself and in the inserted watercolour drawings, one of which has a tear repaired, slightly affecting the tip of the shell. Due to the weight of the volume the bookblock is separated from the front hinge, but the binding is otherwise very good. An important and well-illustrated work on British shells, here with 20 excellent original watercolour drawings bound in.

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        An American dictionary of the English language; containing the whole vocabulary of the first edition in two volumes quarto; the entire corrections and improvements of the second edition in two volumes royal octavo; to which is prefixed and introductory dissertation on the origin, history, and connection of the languages ... Revised and enlarged by Chauncey A. Goodrich

      Springfield: George & Charles Merriam, 1848. First edition of the first Merriam-Webster dictionary; thick 4to, pp. lxxxiv, 1367; engraved frontis portrait after Samuel F.B. Morse (slightly offset onto title-p.); full original sheep, gilt lettered direct on spine; some rubbing and wear, but sound.

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        Gen. Taylor's Letter of Acceptance, and Views of National Policy. Illustrated Edition.

      n.p. (possibly Philadelphia): General Tom Thumb, 1848. 12 pp. 2 1/4 x 1 1/2". Tan paper wrapper with woodcut, text with 4 woodcuts, final leaf blank, wrappers slightly soiled, in fine condition. Possibly unrecorded. Not in OCLC or the NUC. Not in AAS, Huntington, L.C., etc. Not in the standard reference works on miniature books. General Tom Thumb (Charles Sherwood Stratton) was born in 1838 so he was only 10 years old at the time of this publication. Stratton, was a little person adopted by P.T. Barnum (a distant cousin), who became famous by performing in the circus. Zachary Taylor, the 12th President of the United States, was reluctantly convinced by the Whig Party to be the nominee for their party in the election of 1848. This little pamphlet contains the text of his letter of acceptance of that nomination

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        The Bottle & The Drunkard's Children. A Sequel to The Bottle

      D. Bogue, London 1848 - Folio, 46 x 36 cm. Two suites, each with eight plates, sepia tinted, mounted on heavy stock, sixteen plates total. Accompanying the plates, two poems by Charles Mackay "The Bottle: A Poem. To Illustrate The Etchings of George Cruikshank & The Drunkard's Children: A Sequel To the Bottle" -- each six pages unnumbered, 41 x 28 cm. Cruikshank, a heavy drinker in earlier life became a staunch advocate for abstinence, lecturing on the evils of drink when he became a member of "The National Temperance Society in the late 1840's. These two graphic presentations, albeit scorchingly overly dramatic of alcohol's consequences, viral in their antipathy. COHN 194 & 195. Original brown wrappers bound-in. Plates and poems clean and fresh, bookplate, rubbing to tips and backstrip extremities. Green cloth lettered in gilt. Very good [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [MANUSCRIPT] "Barque Gipsy Queen" Journal of a Passage from Liverpool to Port Philip [sic] & Sidney [sic], New South Wales in the years 1848 & 9. By William Dickinson, Cabin Passenger. David Roy, Commanding.

      An important, unpublished eyewitness account of life in Port Phillip and Sydney just prior to the gold rushes of the 1850s. [1848-1851]. Oblong octavo, contemporary full sheepskin, manuscript ownership inscription to upper board 'W. Dickinson, 1851' (the inscription is inverted; boards rubbed and ink-stained); marbled endpapers, marbled edges; manuscript in brown ink on unruled paper, [98] leaves, with [17] leaves at rear containing additional entries in pencil; [together with] a second journal of the same type, identically bound (spine lacking leather), filled in the same hand with excerpts from English historical works; with several leaves of business accounting, including a list of current prices of beer, wine and spirits in Sydney in 1851 and a list of Dickinson's personal items sold by auction in Sydney; the leaves in both volumes with toning and scattered light foxing, otherwise clean and legible throughout. William Dickinson, whose diary reveals him to have been a literate and reasonably well-educated member of the English middle classes, emigrated to Australia with the hope of starting a new life and career as a merchant. He arrived in Melbourne in April 1849 at an inauspicious time, when all of the colonies were still recovering from the economic depression of the 1840s. He spent two years in Port Phillip (which would remain part of New South Wales until July 1851), but after his attempts in business failed both there and subsequently in Sydney, he returned to England via Cape Horn in February 1851, thus completing an interrupted circumnavigation. The timing of his departure was, like that of his arrival, unfortunate to say the least, as it came just two months before Hargraves' momentous discovery and the commencement of the gold rushes that would lead to an extended period of wealth and prosperity for people of all occupations in New South Wales and Victoria. The first part of the manuscript is a detailed diary of the voyage out as a cabin passenger on the barque Gipsy Queen, from Liverpool to Melbourne via the Cape of Good Hope, which lasted from 7 December 1848 to 7 April 1849. In his outward bound journal Dickinson provides us with a thorough description of the weather, winds, navigational bearings, and the main occurrences on board. He also shares his expectations for a new life in the colonies: 'I little thought 12 months ago such would be my fate, however my intentions for undertaking this voyage were not altogether selfish, although I expect to meet with brighter prospects for ultimate successful business in the land of my adoption, than in my native country which I leave with regret perhaps never to see again' (1 January 1849). The Gipsy Queen arrived at Hobson's Bay, Port Phillip, on April 7 1849: 'Royal Hotel. In Australia. Came on shore with the Mate at 8 a.m. We landed in a boat at the Beach which is about 2 miles from Melbourne. The walk is along a flat sandy road, the country here is not very prepossessing and is liable to floods. There is a wooden erection near the Beach which is converted into a Hotel and is kept by a very eccentric character called Liardet. This spot I am informed was originally a grant from the Crown and the proprietor has been in the Colony some considerable time ... Had a stroll around the City of Melbourne ... One feels very lonely and a gloom of despondencies apt to come across one's mind being left alone in a Country where your future prospects are in the dark and not a face you know ... This is the first time I have felt homesick and really my heart is almost ready to burst partly from disappointment in the reception and also from being left alone in a strange Country.' The next twenty pages, filled in almost a year later, give an overview of Dickinson's pursuits in Port Phillip for the previous year, with descriptions of the young settlement of Melbourne, his attempts to find a job and travels through the bush to Mount Alexander, where he visited a sheep station, as well as observations of Australian farming and agriculture. These notes were made in Geelong in March 1850 where the author had come from Melbourne to restore his health. The next section of Dickinson's journal contains 'Remarks and Narrative of my career in Melbourne from March 1850', and is written during January 1851 on board the brig Freak en route from Melbourne to Sydney. It is a continuation of his notes written in Geelong, and constitutes an important first-hand account of life in pre-gold rush Melbourne. Dickinson arrived in Port Jackson on 26 January 1851: 'This has been a general holiday and is strictly observed by all classes being the 63rd Anniversary of the founding of the Colony. A splendid Regatta comes off on this day which forms the principal amusement of the day and from the natural beauty and safety of the harbour it isa highly delightful sight. The races commence at 10 a.m. and continue throughout the day, the competitors are from the smallest boats to largest coaster in the Harbour' (27 January 1851). Detailed descriptions of Sydney and Botany, and Dickinson's last unsuccessful attempts to find employment, occupy the next ten or so pages. Dickinson sadly observes in his diary that 'such was not my fate to settle in this colony at present', and the last part of the manuscript documents his return to England on board the ship Agricola (February-May 1851). The diary ends in the South Atlantic Ocean at the latitude of Brazil (Lat. 30°46'S, Long. 31°7'W). The second journal, which was kept by Dickinson on board the Agricola, contains extensive excerpts copied by him from English historical works, as well as a few leaves of his business accounting and a list of prices for wine and spirits in Sydney which were current during his visit.

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        Letters from Ingersoll to James Madison and Others

      1848. 6 letters. Philadelphia Washington, D.C. 1825-1848. 6 letters. Philadelphia Washington, D.C. 1825-1848. A Notable Philadelphia Attorney Writes to James Madison and Others [Manuscript Archive]. Ingersoll, Charles Jared [1782-1862]. [Madison, James [1751-1836], And Other Recipients]. [Letters from Ingersoll to James Madison and Others]. Philadelphia or Washington, D.C. 1825-1848. 6 letters comprising 11 pages, sizes range from 7-1/4" x 3-1/2" to 10" x 8." Manuscript in ink. Light to moderate toning, fold lines, minor wear and soiling. $950. * The son of Jared Ingersoll [1749-1822], Continental Congressman and Signer of the U.S. Constitution, Charles Jared Ingersoll was a Philadelphia lawyer and Pennsylvania U.S. District Attorney and Congressman. This small but interesting collection of letters are representative of his equally distinguished legislative and judicial careers. The addressees in our group of letters include former U.S. President James Madison, lawyer and later Mayor of Philadelphia John Morin Scott and John Young Mason, jurist and then U.S. Secretary of the Navy. The letter to Madison introduces a French nobleman visiting America who wishes "to examine its institutions." The letter to Scott concerns The Postmaster General v. Eldred &c. of Ridgway, a legal case he was hearing in the Court of the U.S. Eastern District of Pennsylvania. In 1844, while serving as U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania in the 28th Congress, Ingersoll wrote a letter to Richard E. Stillwell providing a detailed response to a request for a professional memoir. Ingersoll's letter of July 17, 1844 to E.L. Burd of Chestnut Street in Philadelphia accedes with the latter's request for an introduction to the newly appointed U.S. Minister to France, William Rufus King. Burd's reply the next day was written upon the same bifolium and returned to Ingersoll with Burd's "sincere thanks." In 1847 Samuel Grice of Kensington in Philadelphia, trying of obtain a midshipman warrant in the navy for his nephew, Samuel J. Deacon, wrote Ingersoll for his help. When no immediate action was taken by the Secretary of the Navy, John Young Mason [1799-1859], Deacon himself appealed to Ingersoll via letter on April 17, 1847. In turn, Congressman Ingersoll (without endorsement or comment) forwarded the letter to the Secretary of the Navy that same day to support his case. Writing to an unnamed recipient, Ingersoll's letter of March 25, 1848 sends along an unaut.

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        Aristotelis Opera Omnia. Greace et latine cum indice niminum et rerum absolutissimo

      Editore Ambrosio Firmin Didot. INTERLINGUE 9,8 Opera omnia completa in 5 tomi di biblioteca antica, legatura coeva, volumi sulla retorica, poetica e politica di Aristotele, che portano con dignita i loro 150 anni, vari i naturali segni del tempo come le usure da scaffale con qualche graffio, presenti mende alle punte e qualche piccolo strappo alle cuffie e dorso lungo le cerniere, usure che non ne alterano pregio e non condizionano il buono stato di conservazione complessivo. Firma di appartenenza all' antiporta, in elegante e minuta grafia più timbro di appartenenza ai f. preliminari, litografia al frontespizio, graziose le guardie marmorizzate, pagine brunite molto ben preservate, segnate da qualche appunto ai margini ed evidenziazioni del testo, limitate le fioriture. Testo in due colonne, greco con traduzione a fronte in latino. Vol. 1: 1848, Vol. II: 1850, Vol. III: 1856, Vol. IV: 1930, Vol. V: 1931. Lingue presenti Greco Antico e Latino. USATO

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        Gedichte. Zweite, vermehrte Auflage.

      Stuttgart und Tübingen, Cotta 1848. VIII,303 S., 4 Bll. Verlagsanzeigen, Leinenband der Zeit mit blindgeprägten Deckelfileten. Zweite erweiterte Ausgabe.- Marbach Katalog 265; WG. 7.- \"Die Ausgabe erschien im November 1847 mit der Jahreszahl 1848; Elf Gedichte sind ausgeschieden, 55 neu dazugekommen, viele überarbeitet. Von den 1000 Exemplaren der Erstausgabe waren am 1. September 1843 405 Stück verkauft. Die am 23. Mai 1847 noch vorhandenen circa 400 Exemplare wurden eingestampft....\" (Marbach Kat.).- Vorsätze stockfleckig, Text nur gering (stock-)fleckig, Einband leicht berieben. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Ältere Literatur

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        Der arme Spielmann. 1848.

      4, 80 S., 1 Bl., schwarzer Maroquinband mit Gold- und Blindprägung, Kopfgoldschnitt, Rücken an den Bundstegen berieben, an den Buchdeckeln m. Abriebspuren, ersten Bll. u. einige Textss. z.Tl. mehrfach gestempelt "Fortbildungsschulrat f. Wien ..." sowie Nummernstempel, im Text tlw. fingerfl., 1 Seite fleckig. Eines von 450 in der Maschine numerierten Exemplaren auf Bücherpapier (gesamt 520) dieses jedoch - wie sonst nur die 50 Exemplare auf Bütten - in Leder gebunden von der Wiener Werkstätte. - Einbandzeichnung, Vorsatz und Rahmen von Josef HOFFMANN, Lettern nach Entwürfen von Viktor MADER. Die Durchsicht des Textes besorgte Viktor HOFMANN VON WELLENHOF.

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        Meerz Fyze, an Oosbeg Elchee, or Ambassador

      London: Hering & Remington, 1848. Near Fine. 1 hand-colored lithograph 429 x 533 mm. (image is 275 x 375 mm.; mat is 19.5 x 23 inches). The lithograph was created by Edmund Walker (1813 or 1814-1882) of Day & Son, after James Rattray's drawing. James Rattray (1818-1854) was a lieutenant in the British Bengal Army during the first Anglo-Afghan War, 1839-1842. The sketches he produced were published in 30 plates in Scenery, Inhabitants, & Costumes of Afghaunistan (1847-48). This is plate no. 22, in regard to which Rattray wrote: "I sketched this Uzbeg at the Fort of Lughmaunee, Cohistaun." The ambassador represented Mir Wali, prince of the frontier town of Kulum, near Kunduz. In September 1840 the British were negotiating with Wali to transfer his allegiance to Shah Shuja. Green dealer's label on back of mat from Harold T. Storey, London. Very scarce. In Near Fine Condition: lithograph is clean and bright; minor soiling to mat.

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        A Narrative of the Expedition Sent by Her Majesty's Government to the River Niger,in 1841 under the command of Captain H.D.Trotter.

      1848 - First edition. 2 vols. Portrait, 2 folding maps & 15 engraved (1 folding)plates and including 1 further map., with illustrations in the text. 8vo. A very good copy in original but remainder (?) blue cloth, gilt very slight wear to headcaps. a prize binding as attested by an inscrription on the front free endpaper ( Ealing School fourth Mathematics 1858) , a.e.gxviii, 509; viii, 511pp. London, Bentley, Sent to the Niger with orders to penetrate as far as possible and make treaties with the local rulers to outlawthe Slave Trade, the expedition met with considerable hardship from first entering the river. For the most part they remained healthy for the first monthuntil reaching Iddah after which many of here crew were struck down with fever until matters were so grave that even the determined Capt. Trotter was forced to order Capt Allen retreat to the coast while he pushed on in the hopes of reaching a healthier climate upstream. But fever continued too ravage the crew and by the 8th August any further progress was clearly impossible. The expedition was considered a disastrousfailure though Commander Allen citesthethree treaties signed with the most influential potentates on the river to haveconstitutedpartial success. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches sur la lycanthropie

      1848 - Broché Un volume in-8 (224x139 mm), 70 pages Pages 22/23 fortement roussies à cause d'un morceau de vieux journal Tiré de à part fort rare de cet article paru dans XIXe volume des Mémoires de la Société des antiquaires de France. Louis-Félix Bourquelot, professeur a l'école des Chartes était aussi membre de la Société des Antiquaires de France. Yve-Plessis [980 : "article très documenté"] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Original wrappers 8vo (224x139 mm), 70 pages Pages 22/23 strongly foxed. Rare offprint from XIXe volume des Mémoires de la Société des antiquaires de France". Scholarship paper on lycanthropy. Yve-Plessis [980 : "article très documenté"] In 8 / 8vo 85g. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Fine Album with 78 Identified Plaided Hair Works including 16 Doubles (Husband & Wife Entwined) and Woven Hearts

      Livingston, Columbia County NY , 1848. A 7" x 8 1/2" handcrafted album with wallpaper covers and satin ribbon border. An interesting arrray of plaited hair from numerous families in the Livingston, Columbia County NY area. Of particular note - 16 of the works include hair from a husband and a wife, each woven or looped in a different manner and joined with a ribbon at center. An array of ribbons adorn the hair. The first page includes several members of the Potts family. A verse reads "Why gaze you on my hoary hairs Ye children young and gay Your locks beneath the blast of cares May bleach as white as they. Remember they That used to wear Upon their heads These locks of hair. The following two pages also include verses referencing hair. Additional verses scattered throughout the book. A single pair of woven paper hearts near the end of the book. The final page includes a single lock of hair and is captioned "Maria Potts. This lock of hair was cut at the time of her death at the age of 91. Members from the following families appear Potts, Bachman, Handerson, Hermans, Shear, Wilteie, Plags, Denninger, Pierce, Rockefeller, Gardner, Decker, Ham, Simpson, Rote, Wright, Genon, Wright, Cole,

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      Venezia Senza Editore 1848 Pagine 400 Legatura coeva in mezza pelle. Titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Numerose incisioni in bianco e nero nel testo. Sporadiche fioriture. Ottimo esemplare. Di questo rarissimo quotidiano satirico veneziano composto da 4 pagine ogni numero offriamo i primi 100 numeri che vanno dal 13 Luglio 1848 al 21 Ottobre 1848. A partire dal n. 21 (5 agosto) il sottotitolo completo è il seguente: Giornale buffo (a suo tempo), politico e pittoresco

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        Vanity Fair A Novel Without a Hero

      London: Bradbury and Evans,, 1848. With Illustrations on Steel and Wood by the Author. Octavo (217 x 136 mm). Contemporary green morocco by Cooper of Birmingham, gilt titles and decoration to spine in compartments, frame gilt to covers, yellow endpapers, top edge gilt. Etched frontispiece, vignette title page, 38 plates, 83 wood-engraved vignettes and 66 similar initials after Thackeray. With the contemporary ownership inscription of Somerset Gough Calthorpe (1831–1912), to the front pastedown. Calthorpe entered the army as a cornet in the 8th Hussars on 23 May 1848. Binder's stamp to foot of front free endpaper. 3 plates, including frontispiece, misbound but present. Spine lightly faded, minor rubbing to extremities, occasional offsetting from plates; an excellent copy. First edition in book form. This copy with one of the points traditionally taken to denote the first issue ("Mr. Pitt" for "Sir Pitt" on page 453, line 31); as the novel was originally published in 20 parts between January 1847 and July 1848, such points conceivably would have been amended before serialization was completed. "Modern editions of this classic novel almost invariably omit Thackeray's vignettes and often give only a selection from his etchings. The reader is deprived thereby not only of much amusement but also of important clues to the meaning of the story" (Ray).

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        Versuch einer Theorie des religiösen Wahnsinns. Ein Beitrag zur Kritik der religiösen Wirren der Gegenwart

      Halle Schwetschke, 1848-50 (2 Bde. in 1 Bd.). - selten wie alle Werke von Ideler. Dieser war Exponent der "Psychiker" im Streit mit den "Somatikern" Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Von 1840 bis 1860 war er Direktor der Irrenabteilung der Charite in Berlin. Erster Theil: "Die Erscheinungen des religiösen Wahnsinns". Zweiter Theil: "Die Entwickelung des religiösen Wahnsinns". Im Band 1 dieses Buches findet sich eine "feine psychologische Studie" über die Entwicklung von Luthers Dämonenglauben. Alexander v. Humboldt bezeichnete das Werk als "eine vortreffliche Schrift" (KIRCHHOFF I, 152ff.). Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1202 22 x 14cm, mod. Pappband mit marmoriertem Deckelbezug, Rückenschild mit goldgeprägtem Titel, erste und letzte Seiten der beiden Teile stockfleckig; IX, 557 S.; IV, 687 S. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Revue Comique à l'Usage des Gens Sérieux [ Edition originale - 38 Livraisons - Complet ] Histoire morale, philosophique, politique, critique, littéraire et artistique de la Semaine.

      1 vol. in-4 demi-chagrin rouge, dos à 4 nerfs, Dumineray, de Novembre 1848 à décembre 1849, 4 ff. n. ch. (dont couv. en couleur du second tome), 368-188 pp. De la bibliothèque du Vicomte de Pelleport-Burète, baron d'Empire, avec son ex-libris gravé. Bon exemplaire (qq. rouss., très bel état par ailleurs). On joint les 3 feuillets de titre de la deuxième année. Vicaire fournit une description complexe et très précise (Vicaire, VI, 1081). Notre exemplaire est bien complet, avec les gravures en supplément annoncées (en revanche, les deux dernières sont ici déjà présentes au verso de feuillets de livraison), sans les couv. de livraison non nécessaires, et bien complet des deux plats de chaque tome, dont la rare couverture en couleur du tome second. Français

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