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        \"Münchner Volksbewaffnung - Landwehr-Freicorps\". Paradeaufstellung des Corps vor dem Oberst zu Pferd.

       Altkol. Lithographie von Julius Adam, 1848, 33 x 47 cm. Maillinger IV (Suppl.); Pfister II, 3228; Lentner 14331: \"Sehr selten\". - Gruppenbild mit porträtähnlich dargestellten Persönlichkeiten: Oberst (Maler Conrad Gail), Hauptmann (Stadtgerichtsrat Haug), Corporal (Maler Löhle), Sergeant (Maler Nilson). - Breitrandig und tadellos erhalten in feinem Altkolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Dekorative Graphik, Militaria, München, Oberbayern, Uniformen

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        La Galerie armoricaine. Costumes et vues pittoresques de la Bretagne. 2 volumes.

      Nantes, Charpentier Père et Fils, 1848. - Complet de ses 130 lithographies rehaussées. 2 volumes in-folio, reliure éditeur en demi-basane verte, dos orné au petit fer, blason hermine en centre des dos, Charpentier Editeur en queue, manque de carton (4 cm) au coin du plat supérieur du tome 2, mouillures et rousseurs éparses. Edition complète de cette célèbre publication régionaliste, incomparable source d'images, reflétant la diversité des costumes, coiffes et vêtements spéciaux de la Bretagne du XIXe siècle. Hippolyte Lalaisse, peintre-lithographe, a parcouru la région de Bretagne durant plusieurs années afin de collecter sur le vif ces documents exceptionnels. Foires, pardons, vendanges, fêtes, mariages, activités de la vie quotidienne sont ainsi mis en situation pour mieux rendre la diversité de ces tenues d'apparat ou de travail. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Revue rétrospective ou archives secrètes du dernier gouvernement. Recueil non périodique [du n° 1 au n° 32-33 (appendice)].

      1848 1 demi-basane de l'époque, dos orné (lég. passé), plats usagés, manque de carton sur 1 coupe, coins ém.. -Rousseurs éparses, petite mouillure dans la marge ext. d'une vingtaine de ff.. in-4 de (4)-523-(1) pp. ; Paris, Paulin, mars 1848, Tout ce qui a paru de cette importante revue. Les deux derniers numéros sont rarissimes.Cat. coll. des périodiques B.N. IV-p. 339.Célèbre revue dirigée par Jules-Antoine Taschereau."Publication de haute curiosité historique, semblable à celle des "Papiers secrets des Tuileries" publiée après la guerre de 1870. Cest le recueil des pièces secrètes, correspondances privées, rapports de police et autres, trouvés aux Tuileries et dans les ministères après la Révolution de 1848. On y rencontre toute sorte de documents: Correspondance de Louis-Philippe avec sa famille, ses agents, etc. Correspondance des ministres avec Louis-Philippe. Pièces et rapports sur les fonds secrets; les mariages espagnols; le mariage de Mlle de Berry; la dotation du Duc de Nemours; Mazzini; Don Carlos; Laffaire Praslin; la mort du Duc dOrléans; les mariages du Duc de Nemours et du Duc dAumale; du Duc de Monpensier; sur la Contemporaine (Ida de St Elme); Decazes; Guizot; la reine Isabelle, etc.." (Cat. Dorbon 512 n° 437).Le premier numéro contient les fameuses déclarations attribuées à Auguste Blanqui, connues sous le nom de document Taschereau, qui accusait Blanqui de trahison (cf. Dommaget, Blanqui p. 12).

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        Autograph letter signed ("Rodbertus"). Place abbreviated, 13. IV. 1848.

      1848. Large 8vo. ¾ p. Bifolium with integral address panel. To the privy councilor Bleich, asking for a ticket for a friend who wished to attend today's meeting. - The German economist defended the labor theory of value as well as the view that interest or profit is theft. He believed that capitalist economies tend toward overproduction. - Slight damage to f. 2.

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        Cours abrégé de Sphère et de Géographie par Adele Racah

      Livorno, 1848. Manuscript, 4to (224 x 160 mm). [97] leaves including 1 blank and 7 inserted leaves. Contents: [2] leaves: half-title & title, [3] ll.: "Figures géométriques" (diagrams), [1] blank leaf, [15] ll.: "Traité abrégé de la Sphère et du Globe Terrestre" [drop-title], [1] leaf: half-title "Systême Planétaire," [14] leaves text and illustrations, [1] leaf: half-title to Part 2, "Seconde Partie, Traité abrégé de Géographie," [53] leaves text and illustrations including 7 tipped-in leaves of full-page maps (versos blank). Written in French in dark blue ink (with one or two additions in brown ink), in a small cursive hand, headings in variously colored inks, on rectos and versos of a notebook of wove paper, the text pages ruled in pencil. abundantly illustrated with watercolor drawings, vignettes, and pen-and-ink diagrams, including two full-page watercolors, 17 colored maps of which 10 full-page (7 of which on tipped-in leaves), and about 60 smaller drawings in the text, the majority in color; 35 geometric diagrams; stencilled colored ornamental borders to half-titles, map captions, etc., and four pasted-in ornamental chromolithographic cut-outs. Some showthrough of acidic black ink, also causing slight chipping to fore-edge of full-page "Systême Planétaire" drawing. Contemporary dark brown calf case binding, sides with outer gilt fillet framing blind roll-tool arabesque border, gold-tooled ornamental cartouche at center of upper cover enclosing the writer's initials A.R., flat spine tooled in compartments, gilt edges, front free endpaper used as half-title, lower free endpaper blank. *** A delightfully and elegantly illustrated cahier or notebook of a schoolgirl from a prominent Jewish family of Livorno, Italy, written in French. The cahier is a fair copy, prepared no doubt for presentation. Prefaced by an apparently unfinished illustrated glossary of geometric terms, and a discussion of the properties of a sphere, the first part is devoted to planet earth, with sections, most in question and answer form, on the equator, the zodiac, the horizon, the tropics, longitude and latitude, etc., and is illustrated with meticulous diagrams, small watercolors of the astrological signs, a colorful compass rose, and a full-page emblematic watercolor of an armillary sphere on a grassy ledge surrounded by emblems of writing, painting, and measurement, signed and dated H. R., 7 avril 1848. The section concludes with the author's large bold red stenciled crowned initials A. R. The following section, on astronomy, is the most spectacularly illustrated portion of the notebook, opening with a striking full-page drawing of the solar system [f. 23] in white and gray on a black ground, according to the system of "Copernicus, Polish Astronomer." Other illustrations include stylized stars, the orbit of a comet, the earth from space showing the lunar orbit, three striking black-ground drawings of the moon and of solar and lunar eclipses, colored diagrams of the positions of the earth vis-a-vis the sun during the equinoxes and solstices, plus allegorical and decorative illustrations of a bagpipe player and a multi-colored flowering branch. The second part, on geography and government, opens with a presentation of the principles and vocabulary of political geography (still in question and answer form), illustrated with a fictional full-page map ("Carte Phisique Demonstrative")modelling various geographic features, and with a sphere showing 8 individuals and their shadows representing the different solar exposures of the planet. A map of Europe in 1815 introduces the geography of Europe, which quickly narrows to Italy. The various Italian states (Piedmont, Parma, Modena, Toscana, the Papal States, the Realm of Sicily [comprising the entire boot south of Rome], Corsica and Sardinia) are each described in some detail, with briefly commented lists of the principal towns, e.g., Livorno is a "very commercial seaport on the Mediterranean, southwest of Pisa. Its only remarkable features are the Synagogue of the Hebrews and the four Moors at the foot of the statue of Ferdinand de Medici." Concluding the notebook are short sections on adjacent countries or regions, or on countries considered important, first and most importantly France, followed by Switzerland, "Germany or the Confederation of the Rhine," Prussia, the Austrian Empire, and the British Isles. That the prominence of France in Mlle Racah's notebook and her use of French may be in part the heritage of the Bonapartist regime is supported by an iconographic reference to Napoleon in an illustration concluding the Piedmont section, depicting a woman kneeling at a tombstone engraved with the crowned Napoleonic initial N (next to her stands a Roman warrior). And that France carried equal weight with Italy in the writer's heart as a symbol of liberty may be deduced from the double Italian and French flags at the head of the general title page, the Italian flag labeled "Indep. Italiana", the French flag "R F" [République Française] (the labels, written in the blank centers of each flag, are oxidised). Livorno was a center of Risorgimento activity, and in May 1849 the Livornese would defend themselves valiantly though unsuccessfully against the siege by the Austrian army. Such an accomplished manuscript may have been submitted as what we would now call a final paper or "take-home exam." The Racahs were members of the prosperous Jewish community of Livorno, a cosmopolitan port and haven for the Jewish community in Italy until the disasters of the twentieth century. What Gibbon wrote in 1764 still held in 1848: "Every nation can arrive here and live according to their religion and under the protection of their own laws ... This is the veritable Land of Canaan for the Jews, who experience here a mildness unknown in the rest of Italy. The interests of commerce here have almost silenced the conversionist spirit of the Church of Rome" (Edward Gibbon's journal, 1764, cited in A. Green, Moses Montefiore [2010], chap. 1). Adèle Racah's parents were Giuseppe Racah (d. 1863) and Rosina Soria. In 1832 she married Leon Seyman (1832-1900). Their son Georges was born in 1859; Adèle died, in Bone, Algeria, following the birth of her second son Jacob in 1862 (cf. geneanet.org).

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        Autograph letter signed. Heidelberg, 2. II. 1848.

      1848. Large 4to. 1 p. Bifolium with integral address panel. To the Bremen publisher Franz Schlodtmann, asking to send back his article, and whether Schlodtmann is willing to publish a booklet. - Traces of folds, some damage to edges.

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        The Rose Garden In Two Dividions

      Sherwood Gilbert & Piper, London 1848 - This is a Beautiful book recently rebound and cleaned by George Bayntun of Bath it is complete in all respects with 15 tissue guarded hand tipped prints of roses , bound in the original colour of quarter green leather with gilt titles and gilt page edges 177 pages plus 3 pages of index [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Report of the Secretary of War, Communicating, In Answer to a Resolution of the Senate, a Report and Map of the Examination of New Mexico, Made by Lieutenant J. W. Abert, of the Topographical Corps

      [Washington] 1848 - Senate Executive Document No. 23, 30th Congress, 1st Session. 132 pp + folding map and 24 plates. Modern buckram binding with leather spine label; original wrappers not bound in (although, according to the Streeter catalogue (168) some copies were issued without wrappers). This report also appears in the House edition of Emory's Notes of a Military Reconnaissance, but according to Wagner-Camp (143) this is the first edition. It describes Abert's journey from Fort Leavenworth over the Santa Fe Trail via Bent's Fort, his survey of the northern part of New Mexico, and return trip via the Trail. The lovely lithographed plates--believed to be from drawings made by Abert himself--include images of the pueblos of Santa Ana, Santo Domingo, and Acoma, as well as Bosque del Apache and other landscape features. Rittenhouse #2; Howes A-11. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Berlin, 9. X. 1848.

      1848. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An Professor Preuß (Johann David Erdmann Preuß?) über ein Manuskript und eine Übersetzung: "[...] Die Stellen aus der Litteratur [...] hab ich übersetzt. Gestern war ich bei meinem Schwager Karsten der meinen Text durchging u. seine Correcuren einschob. Wir wurden darüber einig: Ihnen mein Manuscript zu geben [...]". - Sechsundzwanzigjährig an der Spitze der Berliner Künstlerschaft stehend und den Grundstein zur Berliner Bildhauerschule des Klassizismus legend, schuf der mit Canova befreundete und von König Friedrich Wilhelm II. nachdrücklich geförderte Künstler in seiner langen Laufbahn ungezählte Standbilder, Bildnisbüsten und Grabdenkmäler. Seit 1815 Direktor der Berliner Kunstakademie, erhielt er im selben Jahr den Auftrag für das in Bronze gegossene Denkmal Gebhard Leberecht Blüchers in Rostock, bei dem ihn u.a. Goethe beriet.

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        Discours sue l'ensemble du positivisme. Paris, L. Mathias, 1848.

      - "First Edition. 8vo, 8vo, xiv, 399, [1]pp, modern half hard-grained morocco. Goldsmith 35494, Kress C.7334 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Notes of a Military Reconnaissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, – including parts of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers

      614 pages illustrated with 64 lithographed or engraved plates, 3 battle-plans, plus some figure drawings within the text. Octavo (8¾x5¼") bound in original publisher's black cloth and paper spine label. Thirtieth Congress - First Session. Ex. Doc. NO. 41. (Cowan page 195; (Graff 1249); Howes E145; Wagner-Camp 148:5; Zamorano Eighty 33) First edition, House of Representatives issues of the report, containing the reports of Lieutenant Abert, Colonel Cooke, and Captain Johnson as well as that of Emory; the Senate issue only contained the Emory report.In 1844, Emory served in an expedition that produced a new map of Texan claims westward to the Rio Grande. He came to public attention as the author of the Notes of a Military Reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth in Missouri to San Diego, California, published by the Thirtieth United States Congress in 1848. This report described terrain and rivers, cities and forts and made observations about Indians, Mexicans, primarily in New Mexico Territory, Arizona Territory and Southern California. It was and is considered one of the important chronicles and descriptions of the historic Southwest, particularly noted for its maps. Emory was a reliable and conscientious cartographer. There is a story of testament as to Emory’s dedication to accuracy that says John Bartlett his supervisor in the Corps of Topographical Engineers made him sign off on a misplaced boundary marker, creating a sweet revenge for Emory who replaced him as Head of the International Boundary Commission in 1855. So accurate were his maps that when topographical engineers were surveying possible routes for the transcontinental railroad the most Southern route did not need to be surveyed thanks to the outstanding work by William H. Emory. But William H. Emory did more than just map the terrain; he also made notes about the plant life as well as the people who inhabited the sparsely populated southwest. Notating the social relations of some of the Native American people, he wrote: "Women, when captured, are taken as wives by those who capture them, but they are treated by the Indian wives of the capturers as slaves, and made to carry wood and water; if they chance to be pretty, or receive too much attention from their lords and masters, they are, in the absence of the latter, unmercifully beaten and otherwise maltreated. The most unfortunate thing which can befall a captive woman is to be claimed by two persons. In this case, she is either shot or delivered up for indiscriminate violence.Condition:Binding worn at edges and spine ends, cloth splitting along front joint; occasional light foxing, lacking the two maps as noted, very good.

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        Notes of a Military Reconnaissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, – including parts of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers

      Wendell & Van Benthuysen, Printers, Washington, DC 1848 - 614 pages illustrated with 64 lithographed or engraved plates, 3 battle-plans, plus some figure drawings within the text. Octavo (8¾x5¼") bound in original publisher's black cloth and paper spine label. Thirtieth Congress - First Session. Ex. Doc. NO. 41. (Cowan page 195; (Graff 1249); Howes E145; Wagner-Camp 148:5; Zamorano Eighty 33) First edition, House of Representatives issues of the report, containing the reports of Lieutenant Abert, Colonel Cooke, and Captain Johnson as well as that of Emory; the Senate issue only contained the Emory report. In 1844, Emory served in an expedition that produced a new map of Texan claims westward to the Rio Grande. He came to public attention as the author of the Notes of a Military Reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth in Missouri to San Diego, California, published by the Thirtieth United States Congress in 1848. This report described terrain and rivers, cities and forts and made observations about Indians, Mexicans, primarily in New Mexico Territory, Arizona Territory and Southern California. It was and is considered one of the important chronicles and descriptions of the historic Southwest, particularly noted for its maps. Emory was a reliable and conscientious cartographer. There is a story of testament as to Emory’s dedication to accuracy that says John Bartlett his supervisor in the Corps of Topographical Engineers made him sign off on a misplaced boundary marker, creating a sweet revenge for Emory who replaced him as Head of the International Boundary Commission in 1855. So accurate were his maps that when topographical engineers were surveying possible routes for the transcontinental railroad the most Southern route did not need to be surveyed thanks to the outstanding work by William H. Emory. But William H. Emory did more than just map the terrain; he also made notes about the plant life as well as the people who inhabited the sparsely populated southwest. Notating the social relations of some of the Native American people, he wrote: “Women, when captured, are taken as wives by those who capture them, but they are treated by the Indian wives of the capturers as slaves, and made to carry wood and water; if they chance to be pretty, or receive too much attention from their lords and masters, they are, in the absence of the latter, unmercifully beaten and otherwise maltreated. The most unfortunate thing which can befall a captive woman is to be claimed by two persons. In this case, she is either shot or delivered up for indiscriminate violence. Condition: Binding worn at edges and spine ends, cloth splitting along front joint; occasional light foxing, lacking the two maps as noted, very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Polichinel, ex-roi des marionnettes devenu philosophe.

      Paris, Willermy, éditeur-libraire, 1848. Large 8vo. [92] + 196 pp. Richly illustrated with humorous vignettes and illustrations throughout. Half red morocco, edges and corners worn, annotations in pencil to endleaves, somewhat foxed throughout. Bookplate of "Dr. Sträguber". Inscribed by the author on half-title: "A Mr [?] Vernet / Si je me permets de vous adresser Polichinel, c'est que vous me pardonnerez de l'avoir fait; si vous le lisez. Ceci ne vous oblige aucunement a le lire: j'ai dit mon pourqoi, voila tout. / Salut à notre [?] Marechal. A Lorentz". With 21 full page illustrations and a vignette on nearly every page of text by Lorentz (1813-1891), who contributed to La Caricature, Journal pour Rire, the Revue Comique of 1848, etc. A political satire against Louis-Philippe using characters of the Commedia dell'Arte. Vicaire V, 393.

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        DOMBEY AND SON, DEALINGS WITH THE FIRM OF

      Bradbury and Evans 1848 - First edition. 8vo. Full crushed red morocco. Banded gilt decorated spine. Outer boards gilt lined. Gilt dentelles. Marbled end papers.The binding has a pencil attribution to David Domont (unknown) very similar to a late 19th Century Riviere binding style. Slight hinge rubbing and some board discolouration. Small staining to front end paper and some plate bottom margins. Very attractive turn of 19th/20th century binding [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De l'organisation de la republique francaise par Auguste Billiard. Deuxieme edition

      Pagnerre editeur, 1848. In 8, pp. 500. Br. ed. Danni al d. Strappetti riparati a poche pp. interne. Raro esemplare di quest'opera apparsa nel 1846 sotto altro titolo (Organisation de la republique depuis Moise jusqu'a' nos jours) a causa di problemi con la censura cui si fa riferimento in una nota della prefazione. Con la rivoluzione del 1848 Billiard era tornato agli incarichi pubblici che, pero', pote' mantenere per breve tempo. La ristampa di quest'opera, dedicata ai sistemi di associazione politica e di governo accompagnata da da una analisi dei diversi sistemi repubblicani. Billiard ebbe una carriera politica e amministrativa complessa e disomogenea. Importante fu il suo passaggio, come alto funzionario, alle Isole Reunion. Da questa eperienza trasse forse la opera piu' nota: Voyager aux colonies orientales... Si batte' anche per l'abolizione della schiavitu' e fu autore di molti libelli polemici dedicati a fatti d'attualita' ITA

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Leipzig, 20. I. 1848.

      1848. 1 S. Kl.-4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An den Verleger, Redakteur und Politiker Friedrich Daniel Bassermann in Heidelberg: "Beiliegend beehre ich mich Ihnen ein Document mitzutheilen, welches Sie hoffentlich in den Spalten Ihrer Zeitung mitzutheilen werth u[n]d geeignet finden werden. Das Vorwort werden Sie wohl beseitigen. Es war das für die Breslauer. Hier aber ist für diese Sachen kein Imprimatur zu bekommen. Da der Verfasser nicht genannt sein will, so behalten Sie gefälligst das Msc. zu seiner Disposition durch mich etwa 8 Wochen [...]". Die Versoseite mit personalisiertem Siegel "AR". Ohne das erwähnte Manuskript. MEGA III/2, 20, 21, 31, 83, 112, 193, 211, 251, 257, 269, 270, 284, 341, 348, 349, 372, 374, 448; III/3, 26, 98, 107, 214, 321, 379, 670; III/4, 13-16, 31, 37, 40, 48, 74, 79-82, 98, 104, 107, 117, 121, 139, 146-150, 153, 159, 160, 163, 164, 170, 171, 176, 183, 184, 187-191, 195, 197-199, 254, 256, 285, 297, 365, 368, 373, 392, 412, 417, 425, 493, 494; III/6, 25, 38, 39, 42, 47, 87, 106, 107, 142, 148, 153, 160, 195, 197, 228, 250, 251, 253-255, 272, 282, 297, 309, 318, 319, 368, 392, 405, 421, 431, 432, 454, 477, 485, 492, 501, 502, 529, 530, 552, 555, 566, 573, 585, 589, 609, 611.

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         Commerce et traite des Noirs aux côtes occidentales d'Afrique.

      Paris Imprimerie Nationale 1848 In-8 de cij-(1 bl.)-230 pp.; cartonnage de papier marbré, pièce de titre noire (reliure moderne). Première édition, illustrée de 2 cartes lithographiées dépliantes (Cours du Sénégal, de la Falémé et de la Gambie, et Carte des côtes occidentales d'Afrique montrant les produits commerciaux qui se traitent sur les côtes). Commandant la Malouine en 1837, Bouët-Villaumez mena une campagne d'exploration de la côte, depuis la Guinée jusqu'au cap Lopez et signa en février 1839 un traité de commerce avec le roi Denis qui régnait sur une partie du Gabon. Promu capitaine de corvette en septembre 1840, il repartit aussitôt pour les eaux africaines, commandant le Nisus et la station navale des côtes d'Afrique. Gouverneur du Sénégal l'année suivante, il s'efforça de développer le commerce français dans le golfe de Guinée en créant des comptoirs à Assinie et Grand Bassan. De cette longue expérience africaine de près de trente ans, Bouët-Willaumez tira en 1848 le présent ouvrage. Il y détaille tous les types de commerce réalisés de Saint-Louis du Sénégal à l'Angola, et consacre une seconde partie au commerce des esclave qui continuait de s'y pratiquer malgré l'abolition de la traite par l'Angleterre et la France. Bon exemplaire. Ryckebusch, 986. -- Inconnu de Polak.

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        OEUVRES COMPLETES DE FENELON EN 10 TOMES (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10).

      1848. J. LEROUX ET JOUBY. DE 1848 A 1852. In - 8.Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos très frotté. Quelques rousseurs. 10 TOMES : 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10 : environ 740 pages par tome. Etiquette collée sur les coiffes en tête. Texte sur 2 colonnes. Tampon sur les pages de titre et les pages 25. Manque les dernières pages et le second plat du tome 1. Ouvrage désolidarisé en deux parties pour le tome 2, le tome 7 et le tome 10. Second plat désolidarisé du tome 3. Tome 6 désolidarisé en 3 parties. Premier plat désolidarisé du tome 9. Manque premier plat du tome 10. Certains ouvrages sont en latin. 3 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES - TOME 1 (HISTOIRE LITTERAIRE DE FENELON / TRAITE DE L'EXISTENCE ET DES ATTRIBUTS DE DIEU / TRAITE DU MINISTERE DES PASTEURS) + TOME 2 (DE SUMMI PONTIFICIS AUCTORITATE / LETTRES SUR LA GRACE ET LA PREDESTINATION / LETTRES SUR L'ECRITURE SAINTE) + TOME 3 (OUVRAGE SUR LE QUIETISME / DISSERTATIO DE AMORE PURO / EPISTOLE DE EADEM CONTROVERSIA) + TOME 4 (OUVRAGE SUR LE JANSENISME / LETTRES SUR L'ORDONNANCE DU CARDINAL DE NOAILLES / LETTRES CONTRE UN NOUVEAU SYSTEME SUR LE SILENCE RESPECTUEUX) + TOME 5 (LETTRE SUR L'INFAILLIBILITE DE L'EGLISE TOUCHANT LES TEXTES DOGMATIQUES / ORDONNANCE ET INSTRUCTION PASTORALE CONTRE LA THEOLOGIE DE CHALONS / LETTRES SUR DIVERS POINTS DE SPIRITUALITE) + TOME 6 (OUVRAGE DE MORALE ET DE SPIRITUALITE / MANUEL DE PIETE / FABLES / POESIES / L'ODYSSEE) + TOME 7 (VIES DES ANCIENS PHILOSOPHES / EXAMEN DE CONSCIENCE SUR LES DEVOIRS DE LA ROYAUTE / ESSAI PHILOSOPHIQUE SUR LE GOUVERNEMENT CIVIL) + TOME 8 (LETTRES ET MEMOIRES SUR LA JURIDICTION DE L'ARCHEVEQUE DE CAMBRAI ET SUR LES AFFAIRES DE L'EGLISE DE TOURNAI) + TOME 9 (CORRESPONDANCE SUR L'AFFAIRE DU QUIETISME) + TOME 10.

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        (vascolarizzazione venosa ed arteriosa superficiale) senza titolo

      [1848]. Rappresentazione in scala 1:1 del corpo umano in quattro fogli (660x500 mm ciascuno). Il disegno raffigura la vascolarizzazione venosa ed arteriosa superficiale, evidenziata da bella e vivace coloritura coeva. Inserita nella famosa opera che riproduceva il corpo umano in grandezza naturale "Anatomischer Atlas des Menschlichen Körpers in natürlicher Größe, Lage und Verbindung der Theile in 84 Tafeln und erklärendem" descritta dal Weber. Moritz Ignaz Weber (1795-1875) fu stimato Professore di Anatomia Comparata e Patologica. Spese tutta la sua vita nel campo dell'anatomia e delle scienze associate pubblicando numerosi studi. L'Anatomischer Atlas, che raffigura il corpo umano in 84 tavole litografiche a grandezza naturale, è senza dubbio uno dei suoi lavori più importanti. mm 1950x670 i fogli uniti

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        The New Testament in English Translated by John Wycliffe circa 1380

      London: Charles Whittingham for William Pickering 1848 - 7 in. x 9 ¾ in. ¼ . Not paginated but appears to be complete. Leather binding; five raised bands. Blind-stamped designs on front and on rear panels; title stamped on spine had once had gilt titling but most of it has worn off, spine shows skilfull restoration. The leather shows edge wear. All edges red. Marbled end-papers. Foxing on some early pages and on some late pages. Book label on front paste-down with the name 'Philip Sperling,' a book collector who specialized in books published by William Pickering. Scarce. The book weighs 4 ½ lbs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        (apparato muscolo scheletrico posteriore) senza titolo

      [1848]. Rappresentazione in scala 1:1 del corpo umano in quattro fogli (660x500 mm ciascuno). Il disegno raffigura l'Rappresentazione in scala 1:1 del corpo umano in quattro fogli (660x500 mm ciascuno). Il disegno raffigura l'apparato muscolo scheletrico posteriore. Inserita nella famosa opera che riproduceva il corpo umano in grandezza naturale "Anatomischer Atlas des Menschlichen Körpers in natürlicher Größe, Lage und Verbindung der Theile in 84 Tafeln und erklärendem" descritta dal Weber. Moritz Ignaz Weber (1795-1875) fu stimato Professore di Anatomia Comparata e Patologica. Spese tutta la sua vita nel campo dell'anatomia e delle scienze associate pubblicando numerosi studi. L'Anatomischer Atlas, che raffigura il corpo umano in 84 tavole litografiche a grandezza naturale, è senza dubbio uno dei suoi lavori più importanti. Inserita nella famosa opera che riproduceva il corpo umano in grandezza naturale "Anatomischer Atlas des Menschlichen Körpers in natürlicher Größe, Lage und Verbindung der Theile in 84 Tafeln und erklärendem" descritta dal Weber. Moritz Ignaz Weber (1795-1875) fu stimato Professore di Anatomia Comparata e Patologica. Spese tutta la sua vita nel campo dell'anatomia e delle scienze associate pubblicando numerosi studi. L'Anatomischer Atlas, che raffigura il corpo umano in 84 tavole litografiche a grandezza naturale, è senza dubbio uno dei suoi lavori più importanti. mm 1950x670 i fogli uniti

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        CONQUISTA DE LAS ISLAS DE GRAN CANARIA.

      Imprenta Islenas, 1848-1849. In-8 p. (mm. 203x133), 3 opere in 1 vol., mz. pelle coeva, fregi e tit. oro al dorso. Vi sono contenute le seguenti opere, precedute da una bella antiporta figurata inc. su legno (con il titolo generale): 1) "Topografia de la isla Afortunada Gran Canaria, cabeza del partido de toda la Provincia, comprensiva de las siete islas llamadas vulgarmente Afortunadas". Su antiguedad, conquista e invasiones; sus puertos, playas, murallas y castillos; con cierta relaciòn de sus defensas, escrita en la M. N. y muy leal Ciudad Real de las Palmas, por un hijo suyo este ano de 1678. pp. (4),VII,198,(6). 2) "Historia de la conquista de las siete islas de Gran Canaria" escrita por el Rev. Padre Fray Juan de Abreu Galindo, del Orden del Patriarca San Francisco, hijo de la provincia de Andalucia. Ano de 1632. pp. (2),229,(7). 3) "Ethnografia y anales de la conquista de la islas Canarias" escrita en francés por M. Sabin Berthelot y traducida al castellano por Don Juan Arturo Malibran. pp. (2),338 + 55 (di Notas) + (8) di Indice. Con qualche lieve uniforme arross. e fiorit. altrimenti ben conservato.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Meyerbeer"). O. O., 2. VI. 1848.

      1848. 1½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Der August Noack hat mir allerdings gestern seinen Entschluß mitgetheilt meinen Dienst zu verlassen. Allein da man nach hiesigen Polizeigesetzen nur zum ersten jedes Monats kündigen darf, so kann also der August Noack nur erst zum ersten August meinen Dienst verlassen. - So unendlich es mich nun erfreuen würde Ew. Fürstliche Durchlaucht gefällig zu sein u. den Noack schon früher seines Dienstes zu entlassen, so ist dieses doch nicht möglich, da ich, indem ich erst gestern von demselben avertirt wurde, noch gar keine Nachforschung nach einem neuen Diener halten konnte, u. dazu der gesetzmäßigen Zeit nothwendig bedürfen werde [...]". - Schön.

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        Sammlung von 84 (davon 23 kolorierte) Bilderbögen des Münchener Verlags Braun und Schneider aus den Jahren 1848-98. Meist gedruckt bei Wolf & Sohn in München. Verschiedene Auflagen. Jeweils 44,5 x 35 cm.

      1848 - Unter den kolorierten Bilderbögen sind die Nummern vorhanden: 26-27, 39, 76, 88, 109, 169-70, 202, 225, 233, 262, 293, 305 (doppelt), 321, 335-36, 343, 349, 391, 908, 962.- Unter den nicht kolorierten Bilderbögen sind folgene Nummern vorhanden: 272, 282, 321, 322, 353, 373, 383, 391, 393, 419, 437, 479, 490, 506, 572, 596, 599, 602, 611, 675, 701, 733, 760, 763, 786, 800, 818, 828, 844, 857, 876, 885, 891, 900, 1004, 1010, 1024, 1102, 1107, 1119, 1124, 1150, 1155, 1174, 1202, 1203, 1205, 1206 und 1208-1218 (wenige Dubletten).- Vereinzelt schwach fingerfleckig im weißen Rand bzw. mit kleinen Randläsuren. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Villa Rustica, Selected from Buildings and Scenes in the Vicinity of Rome and Florence, and arranged for Rural and Domestic Dwellings, with plans and detail, Second Edition, with corrections and additions,

      with 72 lithograph plates by Charles Parker, Complete, 4to. 295mm by 135mm. newly and handsomely bound in half dark green morocco, spine lettered in gilt, with gilt line both sides of raised bands, date in gilt at foot of spine, green cloth sides with double blind lines, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt,'Charles Parker, 1799 - 1881, architect ... importantly he published his Villa Rustica selected from the buildings and scenes in the vicinity of Rome and Florence and arranged for rural and domestic dwellings with plans and details (1832, 2nd edn. 1848) in which descriptions accompany a series of carefully detailed plates. Villa Rustica was influential in the continued development of Italianate domestic architecture in nineteenth century England, in offering illustrations of and practical guidance on the adaption of Italian villa forms to contemporary use and the English climate' - extracted from D.N.B.

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        Thaten und Meinungen des Herrn Piepmeyer, Abgeordneten zur constituierenden Nationalversammlung zu Frankfurt am Main.

      Frankfurt a.M.: Carl Jügel`s Verlag,, o.J. (1848/49). - 22,5 x 28,5 cm, Pappbd. m. montiertem lithograph. Titel; gefaltetes "Porträt" von Piepmeyer als Frontispiz; illustr. Titelblatt; 49 Tafeln m. Federlithographien von Adolf Schrödter. - Verfasser der Satire war Johann Hermann Detmold (Initialen "JHD" auf dem Titelbild), der "in Schrift und Wort gefürchtetste und bedeutendste Satiriker der Nationalversammlung von 1848"; der Zeichner Adolf Schrödter (lt. Wikipedia "Pionier der deutschen Comics"); sein "Namenskürzel" ist der Korkenzieher. - Einband etw. bestoßen, das montierte Titelbild gebräunt, etw. beschabt u. m. zahlr. winzigen (Tinten?)sprenkeln. Altes Exlibris auf Innendeckel. Porträt u. Titelbl. stockfleckig, sonst innen kaum stockfl., Papier durchg. gering randgebräunt. Auf dem Titelblatt u. einer Tafel mit Bildnissen verschiedener Mitglieder des Parlaments alte Namenseinträge in Bleistift. Porträt, Titelblatt u. etliche der folgenden Blätter mit etwas Mäusefraß am Längsrand, auch die ca.10 letzten Blätter zunehmend stark im oberen Eckbereich u. am Längsrand angenagt; kein Text- und Bildverlust. A/Q2 - Please ask for detailed information in English / Demandez des détails en francais s.v.p. - Bitte beachten: Bestellungen können erst ab dem 21.11. 2016 wieder bearbeitet werden. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Natural History of Man

      Hippolyte Bailliere, Publisher 1848 - London : Hippolyte Bailliere, Publisher 1848. The third edition, enlarged. Hardcover volume, bound into full red leather with five raised bands to the spine. Gilt blocked decs. to the upper rear boards with titles to the spine lettered in gilt also. Gilt blocked framing to boards. Wear to the extremities, with some chipping to the extremities & raised banding. Corners rubbed & gently bumped. Gilded fore-edges & inner gilt dentelles. DISPATCHED FROM THE UK WITHIN 24 HOURS ( BOOKS ORDERED OVER THE WEEKEND DISPATCHED ON MONDAY) BY ROYAL MAIL. ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT BY AIR MAIL. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An die Wolke". Eigenh. Musikmanuskript mit U.

      O. O., 27. IV. 1848. - Titel, 3 SS. auf gefalt. Bogen. Tinte sowie (am Schluss) Bleistift auf Papier. Folio. Vertonung von Lenaus "An die Wolke" ("Zieh nicht so schnell vorüber") für Singstimme und Klavierbegleitung, am Titel bezeichnet "zum 2ten Mai". - Der bei K. F. Rungenhagen in Berlin, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (Komposition) und Ferdinand David (Violine) in Leipzig ausgebildete Wüerst wirkte in seiner Heimatstadt Berlin ab 1856 als königlicher Musikdirektor. 1874 zum Professor ernannt, wurde er 1877 Mitglied der Akademie der Künste und unterrichtete Komposition am Kullak'schen Konservatorium. Er redigierte 1874-75 die Neue Berliner Musikzeitung und war Musikkritiker für das Berliner Fremdenblatt. Neben sieben Opern, drei Symphonien und einem Violinkonzert verfasste er das Buch "Die Elementartheorie der Musik und die Lehre von den Accorden" (1867). - Gering angestaubt mit mit unbedeutenden Randläsuren bzw. Bugeinrissen.

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        GLORIAS Y TRIUNFOS DE LA IGLESIA DE ESPAÑA, ó sean elogios histórico-panegíricos de los más célebres santos que han ilustrado esta nación católica 5 VOLÚMENES

      Imprenta de D. Antonio Yenes, Madrid 1848 - XV + 446 pp. 422 + 429 + 430 + 428 pp. 13 x 19,5 cm. Tomos 1 y 2, de 1848. Tomos 3 y 4, de 1849 y tomo 5, de 1851. Encuadernado en piel, lomo con tejuelo y dorados. Buen ejemplar, papel limpio. Todos los envíos peninsulares se hacen por mensajería, con entrega en domicilio.

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        Original sepia ink drawing, 4.5 x 7.5 inches, signed "E. Lear" in the lower left corner. Laid down on light card stock

      1848-1849, 1848. Glue residue at the extreme right edge of the sheet from where this was once mounted, not effecting the image; small mended tear in the lower right of the image.. A scene with a group of men with rifles in the fore- and background, relaxing by a hillside. Lear's affinity for such serene gatherings reappears as a theme throughout his career. This is very likely from the time of his earliest travels to Egypt in 1848-1849.

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

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

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        Poems Of Willliam Cowper Double Fore-edge Painting 1848 Fine Leather

      William Tegg, London 1848 - Color fore-edge; Poems Of Willliam Cowper a New Edition. Beautiful volume bound in black morrocco leather with elegant gilt embellishments. The front cover with a coat of arms titled "Tuum Est". Edges gilt. Paintings appear to be contemporaneous with the publication of the book in 1848. Engraved half title. Printed title page also. Line protrait of Cowper. When closed fore-edge is gilt and when spread one way it is London and when spread the other way it is probably Rome but possibly Greece. Contents and binding clean and firm. Paintings are intact . Provenance-A one owner life time collection. A double fore-edge painting. ; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Geschichte der deutschen Sprache. Leipzig, Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1848.

      1848. Large 8vo. 2 vols. XVIII, 564 pp. (2), 565-1035, (1) pp. Contemp. green cloth with blindstamped covers and giltstamped spines. First edition of this principal work. - Lower hinge of vol. 2 splitting on the inside. Stored in a magnificent giltstamped green half calf portofolio by Jacques P. Desmonts of Norwalk, Connecticut. The native Frenchman Desmonts, born in Bernay in 1938, was long the owner of the renowned New York bookbinding shop James Macdonald. In 1978 he moved the famous establishment to Norwalk, where he passed away in 2008. Goedeke I, 7. Borst 2294. WG² 43.

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        Lettres diverses sur la Révolution de Février 1848.

      Paris ; Laon Ledentu, Goujon, Milon ; Huriez 1848 In-8 de 46 pp., demi-chagrin rouge, dos orné à nerfs, décor de rinceaux dorés sur les plats, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur sur feuille volante : « A ma noble et excellente amie, de trente ans de date, la Vicomtesse Eulalie de Boisset. Témoignage d'une affection toute pareille. L'auteur. Vte de La Tour Du Pin Chambly ».

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. O. O. u. D.

      1848. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 9,8:18,3 cm. Mit eh. Adresse. An Madame Milner Gibson, der er für eine Einladung dankt, die er nur leider nicht wahrnehmen werde können. - Der überzeugte Demokrat, Theoretiker der sozialistischen Linken und Gegner gewaltsamer Revolutionen war nach der Februarrevolution 1848 Mitglied der provisorischen Regierung und Präsident der neu eingesetzten aber machtlosen Arbeiterkommissionen. Nach dem 15. Mai unter Anklage gestellt, floh er ins belgische und später ins englische Exil, von wo er nach dem Sturz des Empire 1870 nach Frankreich zurückkehrte, Mitglied der Nationalversammlung wurde und bis zu seinem Tod sich als Abgeordneter für die Anliegen des dritten Standes. Vgl. Brockhaus, 17. Aufl., s.v. - Mit horizontalen und vertikalen Faltspuren.

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        The Past, the Present, and the Future

      Philadelphia: Carey & Hart,, 1848. Octavo. Original purple cloth, titles to spine gilt, decoration to boards and spine in blind, yellow endpapers. Spine and edges of boards faded, ink stain to foot of spine, slight dampstaining to top edge of front board and fore edge of text block, small chips to fore edge of front free endpaper and initial leaf, the occasional minor blemish to contents. A very good copy. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page: "To J. W. Collyn with the regards of the Author". In The Past, the Present, and the Future, Carey (1793?1879) vigorously appeals for tariff protection and attacks the Ricardian theory of rent. He argues that "the historical sequence of cultivation at least in the United States was the exact reverse of the one proposed by Ricardo, namely, from inferior to superior land, apparently because returns from the application of capital to land yield increasing rather than diminishing returns" (Blaug). The similarity of ideas between Bastiat and Carey is well documented, particularly the close parallelism in their theories of the origin of land value. However, Haney observes that "Carey impresses the reader as decidedly the more original, and on the whole his work antedated Bastiat's" (Haney, p. 338). Carey's ideas caused much controversy and were refuted by Mill in his Principles of Political Economy (1848).

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        Buena Vista: and Other Poems

      Cincinnati: Morgan & Overend, Printers, 1848, 1848. First edition. Sabin 18196. Cloth a little worn; some slight foxing; fine copy.. 12mo, original blind-stamped red cloth, gilt decorations and lettering, a.e.g. Engraved frontis portrait by C. A. Jewett from a daguerreotype by E.C. Hawkins, Cincinnati. A fine presentation copy of the first book from Kentucky soldier and poet George Washington Cutter (1801-1865), inscribed on the front blank, "Washington June 28th 1851 / Presented / To Maj. Gen'l John E. Wool / By G. W. Cutter / Late Capt. / 2nd Ky. Infantry." John Ellis Wool (1784-1869) was second in command at the Battle of Buena Vista, and was "largely responsible for the victory of Buena Vista" (DAB). Cutter served under Wool's command and writes about him in the title poem: "And veteran Wool, the heady fight / As nobly did sustain, / As if the glow of Queenstown height / Had fired his soul again." See the DAB for both Wool and Cutter.

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        Doniphan's Expedition

      Cincinnati: J. A. & U. P. James, 1848. Second Edition. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. xii, 13-407pp. Illustrated. Brown cloth hardcover with gilt stamped flag and cannon illustration on front cover and gilt stamped title on spine. Includes the frontis steel engravings of Doniphan and Price. This edition includes a 9.5" by 13" fold-out map titled, "A New Map of Mexico, California & Oregon Published by J A & U P James Cincinnati 1848." Light damp stains and scattered foxing to interior including the engraved portraits. Fold-out map has a chip left upper corner confined mainly to the margin. Some edge wear and fade spots to brown cloth. Head of spine is chipped. Book is protected by mylar. Two names written on front paste down sheet and one on right front free endpaper. Jas A Frazer period ink signature on title page. First hand battle accounts by a member of the First Regiment of Missouri Cavalry. Content covers the conquest of Mexico; General Kearney's overland expedition to California; Doniphan's campaign against the Navajos; his unparalleled march upon Chihuahua and Durango; and the operations of General Price at Sante Fe. Second edition is considered the best edition according to Howes. Howes H 769; Graff 2004.

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        Das Germanische Todtenlager bei Selzen in der Provinz Rheinhessen dargestellt und erläutert von den Gebrüdern W. und L. Lindenschmit.

      Victor von Zabern, Mainz 1848. - Gr.-Oktav (ca. 17,5 x 25 cm). Rückenbroschur. 2 Bll., 54 S., mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten, 1 lithographischen Karte des Fundortes, sowie 17 farbig gedruckten lithographischen Tafeln. Erste Ausgabe. Sehr selten. - Die Schrift ist mit vorliegenden 17 Tafeln komplett! Die Angabe von 21 Tafeln in diversen online verfügbaren Bibliothekskatalogen bezieht sich unkritisch auf die letzte gedruckte Tafelnummer und nimmt keinerlei Kenntnis davon, daß die Nummerierung der Tafeln sich nicht auf deren Fortlauf bezieht, sondern die einzelnen Gräber der Ausgrabungsstelle identifiziert (vgl. S. 20-22 der Schrift, auf denen die Tafeln im einzelnen beschrieben sind). Zur Grabstelle Nr. 13 finden sich dementsprechend zwei, jeweils mit „13" bezeichnete, Tafeln, die abschließende (in oben genannten Fällen irriger Aufnahmen durch Bibliotheken willkürlich als Nr. 21 gezählte) Tafel bildet dagegen nicht zugeordnete Funde ab und blieb seitens der Autoren konsequenterweise unpaginiert. 500 g

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        The cities and cemeteries of Etruria. In two volumes

      John Murray, London 1848 - Splendide legature coeve in mz. vitellino con nervi ed angoli. Ricchi fregi e titoli in oro su doppio tassello al ds. Tagli colorati. Perfetto esemplare. Prima edizione. 8vo (cm. 21,6), 2 Voll. C-530 pp., 1 c.nn. ( Errata ); XIV-555 pp., 1 c.nn. ( Errata ). Con num.se ill.ni n.t. Tavv. e mappe rip. f.t. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Du Système social et des lois qui le régissent.

      1848 1In-8, broché, couverture imprimée (qqs accrocs à la couverture), xvi, 360 p. Paris, Guillaumin & Cie, 1848. Rare édition originale de cet ouvrage fondateur. "Cette uvre fut inspirée par les leçons quil donna aux princes de Saxe-Cobourg et Gotha. Quetelet y étudie les phénomènes sociaux dans leur développement. Continuation de ses études sur lhomme et sur létat social (...), il y reprend et complète sa théorie de 'lhomme moyen' et montre que la loi des causes accidentelles est une loi générale qui sapplique aux individus comme aux peuples (...). Il pose les jalons dune sociologie et dune philosophie de lhistoire et considéra cet ouvrage comme lesquisse dune science nouvelle" (Exposition Quetelet, A.R. de Belgique, n° 72).Louis Villermé soccupa des épreuves de cet ouvrage qui fut tiré à petit nombre dexemplaires par Guillaumin. (Einaudi, 4594. Goldsmiths-Kress Online, n°35532). Bon exemplaire.

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        Du système social et des lois qui le régissent.

      Paris Guillaumin et Cie, Libraires 1848 In-8 de XVI-V-360 pp., demi-chagrin vert, dos à nerfs (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Adolphe Quételet étudie les phénomènes sociaux dans leur développement. Continuation de ses études sur l'homme et sur l'état social, ce travail est le complément de son Essai de physique sociale et des Lettres sur la théorie des probabilités. L'ouvrage est divisé en trois parties I. De l'homme (qualités physiques, morales et intellectuelles) II. Des sociétés (état physique, moral et intellectuel) III. De l'humanité. Quételet reprend et complète sa théorie de l'homme moyen et montre que « la loi des causes accidentelles est une loi générale qui s'applique aux individus comme aux peuples et qui domine nos qualités morales et intellectuelles tout aussi bien que nos qualités physiques ». Dans cette étude, Quételet pose les jalons d'une sociologie et d'une philosophie de l'histoire. Il considéra son ouvrage comme l'esquisse d'une science nouvelle dont l'objet était d'étudier l'homme dans ses divers états d'agrégation depuis l'état individuel jusqu'à l'état de combinaison le plus élevé qui comprend l'humanité entière. Quelques rousseurs mais très bon exemplaire. Einaudi, 4594 ; Goldsmiths, 35532 ; Catalogue de l'exposition Adolphe Quételet à l'Académie Royale de Belgique (1974), n°72.

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        RACCOLTA DI REGJ EDITTI, MANIFESTI, ED ALTRE PROVVIDENZE DE' MAGISTRATI ED UFFIZJ.

      Speirani e Ferrero (poi Speirani e Tortone), 1848-1859. (Codice AN/2802) In 4º antico (23 cm) 13 volumi, 240-1.000 pp. circa ognuno. Dal vol. XII serie V al vol. XXIV serie V. Serie continua delle leggi, manifesti, decreti in materia civile e militare, ordinati cronologicamente, emanati dal regno di Sardegna dall'8 febbraio 1848 al 31 dicembre 1959. Pieni margini e barbe. Qualche gora senza danni al testo e alla carta. Legature in cartone rustico originale, alcune fioriture ai dorsi. Etichette coeve con titoli a penna. Importante, rara collezione. Euro 1300.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA

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        ALBUM DE PAUL HENRION

      1848. Colombier. 1848. In-4.Carré. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Coiffe en pied abîmée. Quelques rousseurs. Non paginé. 40 pages environ. Titre, auteur et année dorés et ornements gravés sur la couverture. Envoi de l'auteur sur la 1ère page de garde. Ornements en page titre. Nombreuses gravures couleur de Jules David hors texte. Quelques pages détachées. Contient "Une part de bonheur", "La Manola", "Dieu et ma mère", "Jeanne la glaneuse", "Si loin !", "Ah ! Que j'sis content !", "Le vieux ruban", "Fanfare-le-trompette", "La Bysantine", "Marquis et marquise", "Yo viva !", "Les bergers du piémont". Partitions pour piano et chant.

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        [ENGLISH GAME-KEEPER'S MANUSCRIPT]. Cover Title: "1848 No. 2. Journal to be kept by William Bell, Keeper Westward Parks

      Westward Parks, Cumberland, England, 1848. Very good antiquarian condition. 8vo. Unpaginated ledger with tabs for A-Z (altogether 53 pages with handwritten notes, the first six being the author's description of the what the Journal will contain; towards the end is a section of 8 handwritten pages containing "The original Code of Instructions given to the [Game] Keepers in 1840. Should always be in the possession of each Keeper and constantly referred to.? The final 5 pages contain a detail list of "Game Killed by [William] Bell" from the year 1848. Bound in contemporary quarter roan over marbled boards (corners and extremities worn, internally excellent). Bookplate of Wyndham Baron Leconfield (see below), with the engraver's name in microscopic lettering: "C.W. Sherborn, Sc[ulpsit] 1894. Fascinating manuscript Journal of a known English game-keeper. The very long title inside of the front cover reads: "1848: A Journal of observations of facts connected with game of all sorts, birds, beasts, and fishes and any circumstances of Natural History that may be worthy to be recorded. Mode of keeping the journal. It must be understood that no fact is to be recorded that the person does not personally observe and know to be true. All entries should be made at the time of observation and nothing trusted to memory, which is often treacherous and leads to errors. The chief use of these annual records consists in their truth and exactness. The following are some of the subjects to which attention must be give, and each subject entered at its own letter in the ledger." William Bell gives additional details about the intended scope of the MS and the methodology of its compilation. For birds: "Date and place where the first [bird] egg was seen, also when the first brood was observed, and where, &c." For hares and field-fare: "Date when the first young are seen and where, &c." For dogs: "Any think remarkable in their habits, breeding, diseases, &c." Bell provides a valuable assessment of his work as a game-keeper: "An intelligent Keeper with his eyes open and his wits about him may collect and furnish a great deal of valuable information on the above named and many other subjects, to make this book useful." At the time the present MS was compiled, Westward Park (Cumberland) was owned by George Wyndham, 1st Baron Leconfield (1787-1869) for whom the Journal was written, and who is named throughout simply as "The Gen." As we read from the 1847 Cumberland Directory, the woods of Westward Park contained 400 acres. Written in the MS itself: "This Book to be delivered at Cockermouth Castle (Cumberland) at the end of the year, when another will be given." Whereas the Journal is named "No. 2" we have been unable to located any other survival from the series. Evidently the present MS remained at Cockermouth Castle, and at some point after 1894 the bookplate of "Wyndham Baron Leconfield" was affixed inside the front cover; this individual was Henry Wyndham, 2nd Baron Leconfield (1830-1901). Following the alphabetical entries is a long series of "Observations," some of which are here transcribed: ?Cucoo On the 4th May. I heard the Cucoo in the high park. Curlew on the 25th of August. I shot a Curlew on Thistlebottom although a great number breed on our ground, it is the first I ever killed after the twelfth of August. About the last week of July or first week of August you may see dozens of them but they always leave the ground before the twelfth for the sea shore. I frequently find a nest they lay four eggs. The color of the Plover?s egg but much larger being the size of a very large duck egg. I like to see plenty of Curlew?s. They always give warning if any person be on the ground with dogs. You may hear them whistling and baiting the intruders for a mile.? ?Shooting in General. On the 5th Jan. The Gen. and Mr. Laverick came to shoot in the woods. The first day Mr. Laverick had fourteen shots and killed seven, 4 Woodcocks and 3 Cock Pheasants. The Gen. had no chances almost that day. The next day Mr. Bragg came. I don?t know how many shots Mr. Laverick had that day. He killed 1 Woodcock, 1 Wen Phes. and a hare or two. The first shots was misses. The Gen. killed 1 Woodcock, 1 Cock Phes. The best shot I ever saw and five or six hares. If the Gen. had had a dog or two he would have killed a great deal more. I never saw anyone yet that could shoot the Gen. in the woods. They are often very quick and ugly shots. The more difficult the chance, the more sure is the Gen. to kill. I don?t think so much of Mr. Laverick?s shooting in the woods. He seems so agitated when his dogs has a point. I had often heard it said that he never missed but I soon saw different. The dogs made a point on Realthwaite Green at a Woodcocks. The Gen. killed it very quick when it was half way to the ground?..The Gen., me and a boy was standing in the line. He (Laverick) hit the Gen. but not to draw blood. He need not have shot it as the Gen. had disabled it before we could have taken it up. Mr. Laverick has a very awkward way in carrying his gun??? ?Snaring on Monday 17th April. Hodgson the policeman of Wigton caught Scott the besom maker that we had a warrant out against. It was in Oct. when we caught him. He was fined 1 pound and 15 sixpences, all the Potters in Wigton subscribed for him and paid the fine. I believe the potters and broom makers are most of them poachers. The best plan is to keep them out of our woods altogether. They only give a few shillings for the Birch tops every year.? ?Phest [Pheasant] and Par. [Partridge] shooting. On the 6th Oct. the Gen., Mr. Bragg, Capt. Grant and Capt. Flemming came to shoot at Westward. They shot two day. They killed 15 hares, 14 partridges and 2 Pheasants. The Gen. and Mr. Bragg beat the two Captains.? Further literature: Mannix & Whellan, "History, Gazetteer and Directory of Cumberland" (1847).

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