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        The Personal History of David Copperfield....with Illustrations By H. K. Browne (In the Original Monthly parts)

      London (May 1849 - November 1850): Bradbury and Evans. First Edition. Original Wraps. The present set collates complete, with ALL Advertisers, ALL slips and ALL rear ads called for by Hatton and Cleaver; ALL wrappers are correct. Twenty monthly parts in 19; octavo, with 40 inserted plates, including the frontis and vignette title. [i-vii]viii[ix]x-xii[xiii]xiv[xv-xvi], [1]2-624. Plates in parts VIII, X, XI and XII are browned at edges; plates in parts X and XII have light off-setting from the facing plate; all other plates are very good to fine. Several parts have spines expertly renewed and several front wraps have a subscriber name. The Lett's Diary ad in part VIII has the fold-out and 6 specimen leaves. An outstanding set in every respect and with a pedigree - it is from the (Thomas) Hatton and Cleaver collection. Housed in a handsome full leather Solander slipcase.

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        Rhododendron Setosum, Wall.

      1849- 1851 1849 - Lithograph, handcolored, image approximately 17 x 13 inches on sheet size 19 x 14 inches. A few spots in upper image area, overall very good condition. An exquisite botanical image of a white flowering rhododendron branch with botanical details below. This is plate XX from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Rhododendrons of the Sikkim-Himalaya". The large folio size of this work, the artistry of J.D. Hooker and the very fine lithography by W.H. Fitch produce very evocative, beautiful and scientifically accurate images. Printed by Reeve & Nichols.

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        The Personal History of David Copperfield....with Illustrations By H. K. Browne (In the Original Monthly parts)

      London (May 1849 - November 1850): Bradbury and Evans. First Edition. Original Wraps. The present set collates complete, with ALL Advertisers, ALL slips and ALL rear ads called for by Hatton and Cleaver; ALL wrappers are correct. Twenty monthly parts in 19; octavo, with 40 inserted plates, including the frontis and vignette title. [i-vii]viii[ix]x-xii[xiii]xiv[xv-xvi], [1]2-624. Plates in parts VIII, X, XI and XII are browned at edges; plates in parts X and XII have light off-setting from the facing plate; all other plates are very good to fine. Several parts have spines expertly renewed and several front wraps have a subscriber name. The Lett's Diary ad in part VIII has the fold-out and 6 specimen leaves. An outstanding set in every respect and with a pedigree - it is from the (Thomas) Hatton and Cleaver collection. Housed in a handsome full leather Solander slipcase.

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      Kreuznach: R. Voigtlander, 1849. 32pp. Printed blue wrappers (rear wrapper original, front wrapper in facsimile). Small corner repairs to rear wrapper. Some foxing, two ink stamps on titlepage, else very good. In a half morocco slipcase and cloth chemise. The first edition of an exceedingly rare Gold Rush pamphlet, printed in the hallowed year of that epochal event. "Like many guidebooks for Europeans, this pamphlet gives general information on California's physical features, history, and 'Notes for Emigrants' on the gold discovery. The portion on California's gold riches consists primarily of an article reprinted from the KOELNER ZEITUNG of January 14, 1849, which in turn summarizes R.B. Mason and others. The guide mentions the many German settlers in the Sacramento Valley and speaks proudly of Captain Sutter" - Kurutz. Only four institutions worldwide report a copy of this book: the California State Library, the University of California at Berkeley, Yale, and the State Library in Berlin. It is even more difficult to encounter at auction, this copy being the only one on record to pass through the rooms. COWAN II, p.102. HOWES C43, "aa." KURUTZ 112. SABIN 9984.

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        Mardi: and a Voyage Thither

      1849 - MELVILLE, Herman. Mardi: and a Voyage Thither. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1849. Two volumes. Octavo, original blind-stamped green cloth gilt, yellow endpapers. Housed in custom slipcase and chemises. $5000.Preferred first American edition of Melville's third novel, in original cloth.When Melville was writing Mardi he apparently intended it to be the third in the series of South Seas adventures that included Typee (1846) and Omoo (1847). "But during the composition process his intentions changed," effecting a key transformation as Melville shifted "from entertainer to truth teller". [and the] sea yarn turned into allegorical romance" (Baym, "Melville's Quarrel with Fiction"). Though initially praised by some for images that stretch "before us like a new world," Mardi disappointed its public and Melville was pressured to return to a more straightforward style (New York Evening Mirror). Yet it is in Mardi that Melville reveals "the first blossoming of the intellectual growth and spiritual searching that would shape his later works" (Life and Works). This is the most desirable first American edition, set from Melville's manuscript and published mid-April 1849. Given 19th-century copyright law and attempts to avoid piracy, the first English edition was issued, as usual, several weeks before. However, the London issue was set not from manuscript but from proofs of the American edition"" therefore it is one step removed from this more valued first American issue. Second rear fly-leaf in Volume I excised (as usual), with eight pages of ads at rear of Volume II. BAL 13658 (type A cloth). Owner signature in Volume II. Bookplates.Usual light foxing, rubbing to endpapers (more in Volume I). Exceptional original cloth in about-fine condition, with a few small chips to spines, gilt very bright. A beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Freiheit in Krähwinkel. Posse mit Gesang in zwei Abtheilungen und 3 Akten. 1. Abtheilung: Die Revolution. 2. Abtheilung: Die Reaktion. Mit drei allegorischen illuminirten Bildern.

      Wien, Wallishauser 1849. Kl.-8°. 120 S. Mit 3 handcolor. Kupferstich-Illustrationen auf gef. Tafeln [nach Aquarellen von Johann Christian Schoeller]. Geschmackvoller, späterer HLnbd. m. goldgepr. Rü.titel und hübschem Buntpapierbezug (unter Beibindung der OHeftumschläge m. schwarzgedr. Titel u. Verlagsanzeigen). Rücken fleckig, Einbd. etw. angeschmutzt, Vorsätze gebräunt, hint. flieg. Vorsatz fehlt, Buchblock unbeschnitten, durchgeh. m. Spuren v. Wassereinwirkung und an der re. unt. Ecke mit Knickspur. \"Borst 2356, Brieger 1836, Rabenlechner I, 60, WG²11. Erste Ausgabe. Krähwinkeliade mit Bezug auf die Revolutionswirren jener Zeit. Die am 1. Juli 1848 am Wr. Carl-Theater uraufgeführte Volkskomödie ist das einzige Stück, das Nestroy nicht unter dem Druck der Zensur geschrieben hat, da es in dem kurzen Zensurfreien Zeitraum (14. März-11. Nov. 1848) verfasst und aufgeführt wurde. Unter großem Jubel wurde das Werk bis zum Ende der Saison 36-mal gespielt. Das Stück verherrlicht die Ideen und Erfolge der Revolution und zeichnet gleichzeitig ein satirisches Bild der kleinsinnigen Nutznießer und engstirnigen Opfer der Revolution. \"\"Am 31. Oktober besetzte die Armee des Fürsten Windischgrätz die Stadt und mit der Herrlichkeit der `Freiheit in Krähwinkel` war es zu Ende, in den Straßen und auf der Bühne. Es war nur eine Posse gewesen. - Sie hat großen Wert als von Gedanken durchleuchtetes und über sich selbst hinaus deutendes Zeitdokument ... \"\" (Franz H. Mautner, Nestroy, 1978, Ss.298-302). - Die Illustrationen in zeitgenössischem Kolorit zeigen drei Szenenbilder nach Aquarellen von Johann Christian Schoeller (1782-1851) mit Johann Nestroy als Eberhard Ultra.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Literatur, Drama, Theaterstück, Komödie, Österreich, 19. Jahrhundert, Revolution 1848

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        Atlas du Journal des Connaissances Médico-chirurgicales publié par le docteur A. Martin-Lauzer. [Fragment hétéroclite renfermant 211 planches].

      Paris, Aux bureaux du Journal, 1849-1850. in-4, Titre-22pp.-7pp.-18pp.- 211 planches. Reliure de l'époque demi-basane fauve, dos lisse. Ce recueil renferme une partie de la production iconographique fournie par le périodique. Planches I à XLVIII : anatomie (circulation sanguine figurée en rouge et bleu pour certaines vues "écorchées"), obstétrique, cerveau... réunies sous le générique : "Jacobus Lebaudy dissecuit ipse & direxit". [Suivies de] 18 planches "Frederici Arnoldi icones nervorum capitis" pour la tête (tabula "prima" à "nona", toutes en deux état : grisée et au trait). [Suivies de] 22 planches : "Organes des sens d'après Soemmering et Arnold". [Suivies de] 12 planches Anévrismes, la plupart gravées d'après Scarpa. Une planche : "Brise pierre à pression et à percussion". [Suivies de] 9 planches numérotées LXXX à XC (4 sujets sur 2 planches) : organes génitaux. [Suivies de] 12 planches "Anatomie pathologique de l'utérus d'après Hooper" (des lacunes). [Suivies de] 6 planches d'animaux venimeux. [Suivies de] 6 planches d'anatomie d'après J. Lebaudy numérotées CIX à CXIV. [Suivies de] 22 planches "Organes des sens d'après Soemmering et Arnold" (1 à 22). [Suivies de] 8 planches d'obstétrique. [Suivies de] 14 planches "Articulations et ligaments" (fortes rousseurs). [Suivies de] 55 planches diverses : ophtalmologie, "physiologie par R. Wagner" (1 à 13), "chirurgie oculaire atlas du Dr Desmarres", "Maladies des voies urinaires Atlas du Dr Ch. Philipps" (planches 1 à 24). Les textes qui précédent se rapportent aux sujets des planches, sans garantie d'intégralité. - Coiffes renforcées à l'aide de papier collant, quelques planches roussies (signalées dans la notice).

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        Les étoiles dernière féerie.

      Grand in 8 demi-chagrin rouge,reliure postérieure muette,filets à froid,filet à froid sur les plats.Ouvrage en deux parties.Première partie Les étoiles Faux-titre, frontispice en couleurs,titre,XVI,252 pages.Seconde partie Les étoiles Faux-titre,frontispice en couleurs Astronomie des Dames par le Comte FOELIX titre,186 pages.1 page de table des matières,1 page de placement des gravures.Non rogné.Complet des 15 gravures hors-texte en couleurs,sous serpentes,y compris les frontispices et le portrait de JJ GONET éditeur,Leipzig chez Charles TWIETMEYER,sans date(1849.Quelques rousseurs éparses, légèrement plus concentrées en début et fin de volume.Les deux plats de couverture sont conservés.Bel exemplaire à grandes marges

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        Les Etoiles, dernière féérie par J.-J. Grandville, texte par Méry. Astronomie des dames par le Cte Foelix.

      Paris, G. De Gonet, Martinon, Leipzig, Charles Twietmeyer, (1849),2 parties en 1 volume In-4, XVI-252 pp.; faux-titre, titre (seconde partie), 186 pp., 1 f.; 15 gravures H.T. sur acier en couleurs. Reliure bradel demi maroquin bleu, dos orné d'un semis d'étoiles, tête dorée. Exemplaire non rogné.(piqures éparses sur les deux faux-titres et titres). Bel exemplaire grand de marges. Ex libris à système Marcel Jean. Édition originale, premier et unique tirage de l'ouvrage posthume précédé d'une intéressante biographie de Grandville mort en 1847. Carteret III-223. Brivois 138-139. L'ouvrage est illustré de 15 H.T. : titre, portrait de Grandville et 13 compositions figurante les "Etoiles du Soir, "Etoile filante", "Mauvaise étoiles",..., tous rehaussés à l'aquerelle. La seconde partie porte un titre propre, avec la seule adresse de G. de Gonet.

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        Les étoiles, Astronomie des dames

      Paris de Gonet 1849 Un volume in-4demi chagrin noir, plats de papier gauffré chagriné noir, dos lisse. Les étoiles : faux-titre, frontispice gravé, page de titre, J. J. Grandville [XVI], portrait gravé de Grandville, 252 pages. L'astronomie des dames : faux-titre, frontispice gravé, page de titre, 186 pages, table des matières et placement des gravures. Ouvrage illustré de 15 planches hors texte coloriées (dont les deux frontispices et le portrait), protégées par du papier pelure rose. Bel exemplaire de premier tirage bien conservé, très frais, au papier et aux planches exempts de rousseurs à l'exception d'un feuillet en tout début d'ouvrage. Coupes frottées. La planche intitulée "La belle étoile" est placée en page 50 et non en page 52 comme indiqué dans la table des gravures.Dimensions : 270x190x30mm, poids : 1,1kg, envoi soigné en Chrono 13 de Chronopost. Un volume, 4to, half black shagreen, ornate smooth back. Book wonderfully illustrated with 15 coloured steel engraved plates by Grandville, a talentuous satirical, humouristic and fantasy French illustrator (1803-1847). First edition printed at Jules Janet's address, "La Belle étoile" plate is misplaced at page 50 instead of 52. Nice and fresh copy. - - * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Attention ! Les montants des frais de port mentionnés ne sont valables que pour la France continentale. Pour toute autre destination, veuillez prendre contact avec la librairie par téléphone fixe +33 (0) 5 67 67 46 33 ou portable +33 (0) 6 04 51 14 09 ou par courriel : librairie@scriptorium-albi.frBeware! The shipping rates here given are only available within France. For any other destination please contact the book shop by phone: +33 (0) 5 67 67 46 33 or GSM: +33 (0) 6 04 51 14 09, or by e-mail:

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        LAUFEN/Salzach. Gesamtansicht über die Salzach.

      - Altkol. Lithographie von L. Rottmann nach Pezolt bei J. Schoen, 1849, 22 x 28 cm. Nebehay-Wagner 502,36. - Die schöne Ansicht breitrandig und gut erhalten.

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        CHOICE FLOWERS: A Collection of Drawings of Favourite Flowers, from the Garden and Conservatory

      London. Ackermann 1849 - Small folio 14 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, original embossed red morocco binding with gilt title and gilt vase of flowers, minor rubbing. Fine hand coloured title, printed title, dedication, preface, list of subscribers and 31 FINE HAND COLOURED LITHOGRAPH PLATES OF FLOWERS - plates by and after 'Miss May', printed on thin card, with accompanying text. Complete. Some occasional marks and the coloured title with a small marginal split. Otherwise a pretty copy. Scarce. The subscribers' list mentions 72 names subscribing to 75 copies. William May who wrote the text ran the Hope Nurseries at Bedale in Yorkshire. His sister was responsible for the plates, which depict both single flowers and mixed groups, in the hope that they be useful reference to the botanist "and also instructive to the younger branches of her friends, who may wish to cultivate their taste in the elegant and delightful recreation of drawing" (Preface). Bibliography- Great Flower Books, p. 67 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed. [London]

      1849. 8vo. 1 p. To Sir Walter: "I hope you will kindly excuse me from coming tonight as I see no immediate end to my work - unless I put in a few hours extra. I hope to be free by about noon tomorrow [...]". - The Anglo-Irish diplomat and colonial administrator Sir Walter Francis Hely-Hutchinson (1849-1913) served as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Natal and Zululand (1893 to 1901) and as Governor of the Cape Colony (1901ff.). - On paper with embossed address; reverse with traces of mounting.

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        Contract signed. Vienna, 11. VIII. 1849.

      1849. 4to. 1 p. Contract on buying the copyright of "Productions de Salon. Fantaisies pour Violon et Piano concertans" (from Verdi's "Ernani") and Donizetti's "Dom Sébastien" from Giovanni Ricordi. Countersigned by the Austrian violinist, violist and composer Matthias Durst ("Matheo Durst", 1815-1875). - Some damages to edges and slightly spotty.

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        Autograph Letter Signed; Making Amends for Insulting Reference to Henry Wise in the "Democratic Union"

      Wheatland, OH 1849 - AUTOGRAPHED Letter Signed, Making amends for insulting reference to Wise in the "Democratic Union". James Buchanan to later Confederate General Henry Alexander Wise, explaining that he was away and could not have prevented the publication of a eulogy for President Polk that contains an insulting reference to Wise, describes the author of the eulogy sympathetically, and invites Wise for a visit. 1 page, 4to, ruled paper; inlaid, faint toning at right edge, folds.Henry Alexander Wise (1806-1876) was a Virginia lawyer and politician who served 6 terms in Congress, fought in the Civil War as a Confederate Major General, and who, as Governor of Virginia, signed the death warrant of John Brown. Edwin Wilson Hutter (1813-1873) was editor of the Harrisburg Democratic Union and Lancaster Intelligencer and Journal, private secretary to James Buchanan during Polk's presidency, and became a Lutheran preacher in the last decades of his life. "My attention was your communication to the Union in reference to an expression employed by Mr. Hutter in his eulogy on the late President. Had I been at home when this was prepared or delivered, I think I may say it certainly would not have contained the justly offensive statement to which you take exception.I never knew . . . that the eulogy had any reference to yourself.[O]ur friendly is my anxious desire to preserve as long as we both shall live.Mr. Hutter no longer resides in Lancaster. He sometime since removed to Baltimore where he conducts a Lutheran paper. He became religious in consequence of domestic affections.He is an amicable man." [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Eigenh. musikalisches Albumblatt mit U. Triest, 21. I. 1849.

      1849. 1 S. Qu.-Folio. Zehn Takte: "Scherzo aus dem Trio in Des-Dur Op. 120" ("Assai leggiero"), gewidmet "für Frau Gräfin Marie v. Wimpffen Excellenz". - Der aus Mähren gebürtige Hirsch wirkte ab 1840 als Sänger, Lieddichter und -komponist in Leipzig; später wurde er in Wien Bibliothekar des Polizeiministeriums. - Hübsches Blatt: innerhalb eines rot gedruckten ornamentalen Rahmens die Notenlinien in blauer Tinte gezogen; aufmontiert auf Trägerpapier zur Vergrößerung des Rands.

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        [Romans Populaires Illustres . . . Traduction de la Bedolliere. Edition Illustrée de Bertall]

      Paris: Publié par Gustave Barba, [circa 1849-51], 1849. Early or first French editions of this translation. Cf. Spiller and Blackburn, page 24, etc.; OCLC records the individual titles, but cites very few locations. Edges a little rubbed; very good set.. Large 8vo, 22 parts bound in two volumes, contemporary red quarter calf, red cloth sides, gilt rules and lettering. Illustrated by Bertall. 23 titles by Cooper, translated into French by Emile de la Bedolliere and nicely illustrated by Charles Albert d'Arnoux, aka Bertall (1820-1882), the prolific French illustrator. These titles, and several others by Cooper, were originally issued in parts in Barba's series of Romans Populaires Illuistrés and were apparently later issued bound together. Spiller and Blackburn state that the series or individual titles were reprinted five times between 1849 and 1875. The 23 titles here were bound randomly, each with separate paginations and it is likely they were bound from the parts. The text of each of the two volumes is preceded by a title-page or cover apparently from the original parts issue. Round stamp of the Bibliotheque Paroissiale on the title-pages and on a few pages of text. The binding title reads "F. Cooper / Oeuvres / Illustrees." At the foot of each spine is the ownership name of "G. Hantraye."

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        Journal d'un voyage en Savoie et dans le midi de la France en 1804 et 1805. Seconde édition, revue, corrigée, augmentée d'un appendice et ornée d'une gravure en taille douce d'après Moreau le Jeune.

      Paris, Crapelet, 1849. Grand in-8, VIII, 415 pp., (1) f. errata, demi maroquin rouge à coins, dos à nerfs, filets à froid, tête dorée, grandes marges. UN DES 10 EXEMPLAIRES EN GRAND PAPIER RAISIN DE HOLLANDE avec la gravure en 3 états : eau-forte pure, avant la lettre sur Chine monté et avant la lettre sur blanc. Cette figure est la dernière de Moreau. Escoffier, Le Mouvement romantique, 1810.Quelques piqûres. Deux coins légèrement émoussés.

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        A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers.

      Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Company,, 1849. Duodecimo (197 × 112 mm) in sixes. Publisher's presentation binding (BAL: "A:T cloth") of brown cloth with gilt titles to spine and the sides blindstamped with a 5-rule frame enclosing a rococo ornament, pale-yellow endpapers. Housed in a brown cloth chemise and brown cloth slipcase. Some minor wear to spine ends, short split to head of front joint, internally very fresh; an excellent, unusually bright copy. First edition, publisher's presentation copy sent for review before publication, with two marginal corrections made in pencil by Thoreau himself, correcting "work" to "wash" on p. 120 and "experience" to "[expe]diency" on p. 139; inscribed "Editor of the N.A. Review, from the Publishers" on the front free endpaper in a secretarial hand. The book was published on 30 May 1849. Munroe printed 1,000 sets of sheets but bound only 550 copies, using eight different cloth bindings. Review copies were sent out four days before the official publication date, and these pre-publication copies were corrected by Thoreau in pencil in two instances, when he realised that changes he had made in proof had been overlooked. The earliest copies have only these two corrections; at a later date, perhaps as late as 1855, Thoreau also realised that three lines had been omitted at the foot of p. 396; in a few copies he supplied these himself but most are supplied in pencil in a neat hand that resembles that of Sophia Thoreau. Pencil, of course, was the appropriate writing medium; the family's pencil company, Thoreau and Company, produced "the best-known pencils in the United States, praised by artists and artisans." This particular review copy was unlikely to have been well received. The editor of The North American Review, the country's most important and prestigious journal of the time, was Francis Bowen, under whom Thoreau studied philosophy at Harvard. Bowen had already attacked the arrogance and obscurantism of the Transcendentalists in a January 1837 review of Emerson's Nature in the the Christian Examiner. The remarkable fresh condition of this copy indicates that he did not read far, if it all, into the book.

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        A New General Atlas, with the Divisions and Boundaries Carefully Coloured; Constructed Entirely from New Drawings.

      Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans,, London: 1849 - Folio atlas containing the complete collection of 53 engraved maps with hand colored boundaries, the striking maps in fine condition. The map of Australia showing only Western Australia, New South Wales, Australia Felix, and South Australia, with Lake Torrens shown and many rivers added in NSW (Tooley 683). The map which follows is Van Diemen's Land, which is divided into 19 Police districts (counties), (Tooley 688). The map of the United States extends as far west as Nebraska Territory, New Mexico and Texas with "Indian Territory" (present day Oklahoma) just to the north. The map of British North America shows "upper California" and Oregon, pre gold rush, with Alaska shown as "Russian Territory". Mexico and the Central States map includes upper or new California, and undesignated New Mexico and Arizona. Folio, 53 plates, Index 59pp. Maroon gilt leather, with gilt title at front board and spine. The boards quite rubbed, the spine with only the title remaining, the rest of the spine lacking, the rear board marked and warped. Internally, two maps loose but present. The volume would benefit from a rebinding, the front board worthy of conserving, the rear board perished, otherwise in good plus condition.David Rumsey cites this edition, "Hall did a revised edition in the 1850-57 period (Phillips 821). OCLC: 557977498 records one copy, at the British Library. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Freien Stunden in Italien in drei Theile bearbeitet und Seiner Hochgebornen dem kai. kön. Herrn Oberst Gustav Graf Degenfeld-Schomburg [!] kai. kön. Käm[m]erer des königlichen Hanoveranischen Guelfen Orden Ritter des Chur Hessischen Löwen Orden Commandeur des Erz-Herzog Leopold 53ten Linien Inft. Regt. Commandant in tiefster Ehrfurcht gewidmet. O. O., 1849.

      1849. Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier. (8), 102, (8), 43, (1) SS., 4 Bll., 5-71 [recte: 72], (8) SS. Mit 19 Bleistift- und Kohlezeichnungen (dav. 3 Frontispize) und 14 Titel- bzw. Widmungsblättern in Tusche, Federkalligraphie und Bleistift sowie 25 figuralen Bleistift-Initialen im Text. Halblederband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel. Folio. Hübsch ausgestattetes und liebevoll illustrierte Sammlung von Unterhaltungsliteratur, verfaßt oder bearbeitet von Maximilian Alois Lesznik, "Spielmann bei der Reg[imen]ts-Musik des Erzherzog Leopold 53tn. Linien Infanterie Regim[en]ts". Enthält eine längere Erzählung im Stile der damals populären Ritterromane ("Otto oder die Todtenglocke um Mitternacht"), ein orientalisches Singspiel ("Parthena - Große Oper in zwei Aufzügen", mit Kostümillustrationen von Arabern) sowie als dritten Teil Lyrik, Rätselverse, verschlüsselte Liebesbriefe u. a. Laut Titel widmete der Verfasser das Buch nach dem Italienfeldzug von 1848/49 seinem Regimentskommandanten, dem Generalmajor Gustav Graf Degenfeld-Schonburg (1807-57). - Das Widmungsblatt etwas braunfleckig, sonst wohlerhalten und sauber. Gelenke fachmännisch restauriert.

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        The Quadrupeds of North America. Band I + II [von 3].

      New York. V. G. Audubon, 1849 / 1851. 2 Bände. Mit 98 (v. 100) kolorierten Lithographien auf Tafeln + 15 Tafeln angebunden (gesamt = 113 Tafeln). VIII, VIII; 383, 334 S. + 72 S. [beigebunden]. Lex.-8°. Halbledereinbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. Original-Ausgabe. - Die ersten 40 Seiten des I. Bandes vornehmlich im Eck- bzw. Randbereich wasserfleckig und leicht braunfleckig und gebräunt. Tafeln I - VI fleckig bzw. wasserrandig. 1 Tafeln mit Randfehlstelle ausserhalb der Darstellung. - Die übrigen Tafeln vereinzelt finger- bzw. leicht stockfleckig. - Rückengelenke aufgeplatzt. Kanten berieben. - Es fehlen die Tafeln 52 (Swift Fox) und 60 (Bridled Weasel) von Band II. - Im II. Band 72 Seiten des III. Bandes angebunden, mit den Tafeln 101 bis 115. - Insgesamt gut erhaltene Exemplare. Zahlreiche Tafeln ohne nennenswerte Mängel. - Selten. Versand D: 6,50 EUR JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (1785-1851) - handcolored lithographed and chromolithographed plates by W. E. Hitchcock and R. Trembly

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Dresden, 4. VII. 1849.

      1849. 3 SS. 4to. An den Schriftsteller Titus Ullrich (1813-1891): "Erst vorgestern empfing ich Ihren lieben Brief vom 25 verflossenen Monats, es blieb nämlich die ganze Zeit im Gasthof zum Deutschen Hause liegen, u. ich wusste es nicht, denn ich wohne nicht dort wie ich früher beabsichtigte. Den 2. u. 3. Act habe ich durchgelesen, einige Kleinigkeiten werden wohl noch zu ändern sein aber die Verse passen wenigstens alle. In diesem Briefe kann ich mich nicht vollständig aussprechen denn ich habe nicht die nothige Gemütsruhe in diesen Augenblick was dazu erforderlich ist u ich hoffe die ersten Tage Septembers selbst nach Berlin auf 2 tage kommen zu können u. dann wollen wir das ganze gehorig durchsehen und ordnen [...]". - Barbieri war als Kapellmeister an italienischen Bühnen tätig, bevor er 1844-46 Kapellmeister am Carltheater in Wien wurde und 1845 Gesangmeister am Kärntnertortheater. Danach wirkte er als Dirigent in Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg, Bremen und Rio de Janeiro, bis er schließlich 1862 seine Tätigkeit als Kapellmeister am Nationaltheater in Pest aufnahm.

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        The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Bulbous Plants

      London: William S. Orr & Co., Amen Corner, 1849. Second edition. One of the more desirable of Mrs. Loudon's works, with the plates often combining different bulbous flowers into artistic arrangements. This copy LACKS 4 plates, with 1 plate damaged. Very slightly and uniformly tanned, but with no foxing. One plate loose, some early text & a few plates with edgewear & title page chipped with a repaired tear & short marginal watermark. Text block loose in serviceable but bumped early half brown calf & boards, gilt title on spine. 4to, x, 270pp & 54 (of 58) hand colored lithographs. An attractive collection of plates.

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        Sygdommen til Døden. En christelig psychologisk Udvikling til Opbyggelse og Opvækkelse. Af Anti-Climacus. Udgivet af S. Kierkegaard (The Sickness unto Death. A Christian psychological exposition for edification and awakening. By Anit-Climacus. Translated by S. Kierkegaard)

      C. A. Reitzel, Kjøbenhavn 1849 - First Edition of Kierkegaard’s Brilliant "Sickness unto Death" KIERKEGAARD, Søren. Sygdommen til Døden. En christelig psychologisk Udvikling til Opbyggelse og Opvækkelse. Af Anti-Climacus. Udgivet af S. Kierkegaard (The Sickness unto Death. A Christian psychological exposition for edification and awakening. By Anit-Climacus. Translated by S. Kierkegaard). Copenhagen, C. A. Reitzel, 1849. 1 blank leaf + TP + [i]-[ii] = Forord + [iii]-[iv] = Indhold + half-title + [1]-136 1 blank leaf, Octavo. First Edition. Himmelstrup 119.The philosophical furthering of his Concept of Dread, this work takes the issue of anxiety beyond the earlier psychological considerations, and engages with the spiritual nature of despair. While anxiety is generated in the encounter with circumstances and is related to the ethical, despair is the anxiety which results from contemplating the eternal.This sickness unto death is marked by the concept of despair. According to Kierkegaard, an individual is "in despair" if he does not align himself with God or God's plan for the self. In this way he loses his self, which Kierkegaard defines as the "relation's relating itself to itself in the relation." Kierkegaard defines humanity as the tension between the "finite and infinite", and the "possible and the necessary", and is identifiable with the dialectical balancing act between these opposing features, the relation. While humans are inherently reflective and self-conscious beings, to become a true self one must not only be conscious of the self but also be conscious of being created by a higher being, God. When one either denies this Self or the Self's creator, one is in despair.CONDITION: Very good+. Quarter-leather with marbled boards, light cracking along hinges. Decorated and lettered in gilt along spine. Pages spotted. Ink name to front free endpaper and title page. Overall, a very desirable copy of this tremendously important work in the history of modern philosophy and existentialism. CONDITION: Very good+. Quarter-leather with marbled boards, light cracking along hinges. Decorated and lettered in gilt along spine. Pages spotted. Ink name to front free endpaper and title page. Overall, a very desirable copy of this tremendously important work in the history of modern philosophy and existentialism.PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Sacerditosa del Sol, drama en cuatro actos

      Habana, imprenta de Soler, 1849 - Reliure plein cuir bleu , filets dorés, dos orné, nom de la dédicataire (dona Susana Marcos) imprimée sur la 1ère de couv., 10,5 cm x 15,5 cm, 77 pages - Texte en espagnol de Juan Miguel de Losada - Bon état

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        Deutsche Kolonisten im Heiligen Land [Gebundene Ausgabe] Jakob Eisler (Autor)

      Hirzel, Stuttgart, 1849. "Ich arbeitete gern mit dem Portr?t meines grimmig dreinschauenden Gro?vaters Johann Adolph neben mir" schrieb der Nobelpreistr?ger John Steinbeck in einem seiner Briefe. Warum Johann Adolph Gro?steinbeck so ernst blickte, macht dieses Buch deutlich. 1849 wanderte er im Alter von 17 Jahren aus dem Bergischen Land nach Pal?stina aus, doch das Leben dort war h?rter als erwartet. Nach einem schweren Schicksalsschlag suchte der Siedler schlie?lich in Amerika eine neue Heimat. W?hrend der ganzen Zeit blieben er und seine Familie in regem Briefkontakt, und diese Briefe lassen eine fast vergessene Epoche in der Geschichte Pal?stinas wieder lebendig werden. Zum 100. Geburtstag von John Steinbeck. Autor Jakob Eisler ist Historiker und Mitarbeiter am Landeskirchlichen Archiv in Stuttgart. Zusatzinfo 19 schw.-w. Abb. Sprache deutsch Ma?e 153 x 230 mm Sachbuch Ratgeber Geschichte Politik Politiker Gesellschaft Historiker Kulturgeschichte Geisteswissenschaften Sprach- / Literaturwissenschaft Anglistik Amerikanistik Deutsche Kolonisten im Heiligen Land Englische Sprachwissenschaft Literaturwissenschaft John Steinbeck Pal?stina Geschichte Berichte Erinnerungen Sachbuch Steinbeck, John Familie USA Geschichte Bericht Erinnerung ISBN-10 3-7776-1086-0 / 3777610860 ISBN-13 978-3-7776-1086-3 / 9783777610863

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        Chronicles and Characters of the Stock Exchange / by John Francis

      London : Willoughby, 1849. First Edition. Very good copy in the original blind-tooled cloth. Re-cased in matching cloth. New endpapers. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dust-toned and rubbed as with age. Bumped corners. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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      Christiania: C. Wulfsberg, 1849. [4],124pp. plus a folding lithographed map. 16mo. Contemporary marbled boards, cloth backstrip. Boards rubbed, extremities worn. Hinges tender, lacking free endpapers, light dampstaining to text, some wrinkling to map. Good. In a half morocco slipcase and cloth chemise. The first edition of a screamingly rare Norwegian gold rush guidebook, likely produced for the first wave of Norwegian immigrants to California, which just happened to coincide with the gold rush. The contents reproduce Colonel Richard Barnes Mason's famous report of the discovery of gold from August 17, 1848 as well as a portion of Vizetelly's work; as common to continental guidebooks. The folding map is an interesting production, titled "Kart over Californien 1849" and showing an area from northern Mexico to Oregon, then San Francisco to Santa Fe, with "Indiana" just north of New Mexico (probably, and hopefully, a contemporary designation for Indian Territory, rather than the Hoosier state). "This Norwegian guidebook to California clearly demonstrates the worldwide effect of the Gold Rush" - Kurutz. OCLC records just five institutional copies worldwide, at the Huntington Library, the University of California, Berkeley, Yale, Harvard, and the Danish National Library. COWAN II, p.50. KURUTZ 50. HOWES C64. SABIN 4825. WHEAT GOLD RUSH 69 (not seen).

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      Leipzig: Wilhelm Jurany, 1849. 32pp. Original white illustrated front wrapper featuring a map of California. Rear wrapper lacking. Spine neatly and professionally repaired. Light toning, and a small contemporary inked letter "A" to front wrapper. Small loss to upper corner of last leaf, blank slip mounted to first page of text (covering an old stamp?). Very good. In a half morocco slipcase and cloth chemise. Rare German gold rush map and guide from the famous year of the '49er. Third edition, of four published in 1849, all of which are scarce. Friedrich Gerstäcker was the author of several works in German on the California gold rush. The present pamphlet is based on a piece originally published in the CALIFORNIA HERALD. "Gerstäcker provided information on crossing the Isthmus but recommended the Cape Horn route. He also warned Germans against the overland route. In addition to giving travel advice, the author described San Francisco and the gold region and provided quotations from various newspapers" - Kurutz. The map on the front wrapper depicts the Northern California gold region, and includes an inset table with distances from Monterey. According to the text, the map was prepared by an American Army officer, Artillery Lt. Loeser, who bore Mason's famous dispatch to Washington announcing the discovery of gold in California. The wrapper states (and Wheat confirms) that the map was taken from the NEW YORK HERALD (December 26, 1848). In his note to the HERALD, Wheat refers to the map as "of exceptional rarity" and attributes the map to Lieutenant Ord. An early guide to the California Gold Rush from an author who was there between September 1849 and November 1850, where he prospected for gold and set up his own store at Feather River. COWAN II, p.234. HOWES G138. KURUTZ 269. DOROTHY SLOAN 16:71 (this copy, sold for $11,500). SABIN 10017.

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      Boston: Stacy, Richardson & Co., Printers, 1849. 32pp. Facsimile brown printed wrappers. Titlepage toned, with two small paper repairs not affecting text. Outer third of final leaf completed in facsimile, with half of text of final two stanzas on p. 31 supplied. Minor creasing, light to moderate foxing. Good. In a half morocco and cloth slipcase and chemise with bookplate on interior. Among the rarest of the gold rush pamphlets, listed in Eberstadt catalogue 135 (circa 1950) at $650 with the following note: "One of the rarest books of the California gold rush, only several copies of which are known to be in existence." The author includes a history of gold discovery and mining in California, personal experiences of miners, and estimates of costs. He describes San Francisco and routes to the mines, and warns of the dangers inherent in the journey and the odds against striking it rich: "Let every man, then, who goes to California, arrange his affairs at home, if he has any to arrange, and MAKE HIS WILL. He may outlive all the perils of the enterprise, and return - either very rich or extremely poor - and live long in the society of his friends; but he runs many chances to reach a very different result." Other pieces of advice are more succinct including "stay at home," and "if you go to California, take any route but [the Isthmus]." Walton further asserts that "our own opinion is, that there is a vast deal of knavery in getting up this gold fever," and that recent reports of discoveries of three-pound gold nuggets are "monstrous nonsense." The pamphlet concludes with a long humorous poem entitled "The Californian Cry," which balances the excitement and anticipation of going to California with cautionary advice. We locate fifteen copies in institutions, though it is our experience that Walton's book is very scare on the market. A great gold rush pamphlet, with clear-headed advice for those caught with gold fever. HOWES W77, "b." EBERSTADT 135:177. COWAN, p.668. KURUTZ 658. VAIL, GOLD FEVER, p.25. WHEAT GOLD RUSH 182 (note). ROCQ 16132. SABIN 101210.

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        Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle servant de complément aux oeuvres de Buffon, de G. Cuvier, aux encyclopédies, aux anciens dictionnaires scientifiques et resument les traités spéciaux sur les diverses branches des sciences naturelles, etc.

      Paris, Charles d'Orbigny, 1849. 16 parts in 16 (13 text volumes, three plate atlases). Large 8vo. With 288 tissue-guarded, mostly hand-coloured and chromolithographed engraved plates, after Travies and others. A few plates are tinted, or plain, as intended. Uniform contemporary green quarter calf over green pebbled boards. Spines with gilt lines, ornaments and title. Marbled endpapers. All edges speckled.= The first edition of the largest and best natural history encyclopaedia of the mid-19th century, with many thousands of pages, published over an eight- year's period. The list of participating scientists is impressive. We find names such as Arago, Audouin, Becquerel, Brongniart, Deshayes, Desmarest, Alcide d'Orbigny (the author's elder brother), Élie de Beaumont, Geoffroy St-Hilaire, Humboldt, Lucas, Milne Edwards, Moquin-Tandon, Quatrefages, Valenciennes, Van Beneden and many others. The fantastic engraved plates are nearly all very beautifully hand-coloured and show great detail. Birds, reptiles, fish, butterflies, beetles and shells are well-represented. A few plates are only tinted: in particular those dealing with fossils, and one plate (on whales) is plain, as intended. The list of illustrators is as impressive as the list of authors, including Travies (mainly birds), Blanchard (insects), Delarue (insects), Maubert (botany), Oudart (mammals, reptiles, fish), Prêtre (molluscs), Vaillant, Werner, and others. Boards rather rubbed. Text and nearly all plates clean, only two plates a bit age-toned and less than five with a few marginal spots. Internally a very good, unmarked copy indeed. Horn-Schenkling, 16577; Nissen ZBI, 4617.

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        Wirtembergisches Urkundenbuch. Herausgegeben von dem Königlichen Staatsarchiv in Stuttgart. 11 Bände. Komplett

      Stuttgart. In Commission bei F.H. Kähler. Kohlhammer Verlag. 1849 bis 1913 1. Auflage. Erstausgabe. Aus der Bibliothek von Hansmartin Decker-Hauff. zusammen ca. 6000 Seiten, gebunden in späteren Halbleinen Einbänden, erste Bände stellenweise fleckig, spätere Bände schön erhalten, stellenweise mit dezenten Anmerkungen, Ergänzungen und farbigen Unterstreichungen von der Hand des renommierten Landeskundler und Genealogen Hansmartin Decker-Hauff, 31 x 24 cm, zusammen ca. 28 kg schwer! umfasst 5724 Urkunden, die sich auf württembergische Orte beziehen, vom Jahr ca. 700 bis zum Jahr 1300.--Alle Bände mit Statistischer Übersicht und mit einem Register erschlossen. Band 1 und Band 2 mit Besitzervermerk auf Vorsatz: L. Pregizer 1876, vermutlich ist das Karl Ludwig Pregizer, (1850 bis 1924, Archivsekretär in Stuttgart). Band 3 bis Band 11 mit Ex Libris - Stempel und handschriftlichem Besitzervermerk: Hansmartin Decker-Hauff. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Martinzeller, Württemberg, Wirtemberg

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        Autograph letter signed. Fitzroy Street, [15. III. 1849].

      1849. 8vo. 1 p. on double leaf. To his son-in-law Henry Bicknell, making arrangements to meet: "I have unfortunately accepted an invitation to dine with Lord Tenterden on Wednesday, had it been an other I would have endeavoured to get off - as it is I have done as you desired an pop'd Marochetti into the fire. With the exception of that and Saturday I am disengaged the rest of the week [...]". - In a postscript, he adds that "Turner called on Monday to say he would dine with you tomorrow having mistaken the day - he is to dine with your Governor [Henry Bicknell's father, the art collector Elhanan Bicknell] on Saturday". - Roberts enjoyed a close and warm relationship with his daughter and her husband, no doubt a compensation for his own unhappy marriage.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Karlsbad, 9. VII. 1849.

      1849. ¾ S. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief) und Siegel. An den Komponisten Alexander Dreyschock (1818-1869) in Prag: "Ihrer gütigen Zuschrift zufolge bedaure ich sehr, Ihnen im Betreff eines guten Instruments keine genügende Antwort ertheilen zu können, indem auf hiesigen Platze die besten Instrumente nur von hiesigen Meistern Wagner et Feller gebaut, und für einen Kunst-Heros wie Sie, nicht sonderlich zu empfehlen sind [...]". - Josef Labitzky wurde 1835 Kapellmeister des Karlsbader Kurorchesters. Es gelang ihm, das Orchester in kurzer Zeit auf eine solche Höhe zu bringen, dass er 1846 auch Sinfoniekonzerte geben konnte. Die Erfolge Labitzkys als Kapellmeister und Komponist ermöglichten Reisen des Orchesters nach Pilsen 1838, Prag, Wien, Warschau, Petersburg 1839 und London (vgl. MGG VIII, 14). Alexander Dreyschock folgte 1862 einer Berufung als Prof. des Klavierspiels an das neugegründete Konservatorium Rubinsteins in St. Petersburg, wurde dort zugleich Direktor der Theatermusikschule und russischer Hofpianist.

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        Le chevalier d'Harmental. Drame en cinq actes et dix tableaux, avec un prologue (...).

      1849Grand in-8 (261 x 174 mm), pleine percaline amande chinée à la Bradel, pièce de titre de veau havane en long, couverture imprimée conservée (qqs taches), 48 p., texte sur 2 colonnes, non rogné. Paris, Alexandre Cadot, 1849. Rare édition originale de ce drame en 5 actes représenté pour la première fois à Paris au Théâtre Historique, le 26 juillet 1849, que Dumas adapta à partir de son roman éponyme.(Vicaire, III, 355-356).Petites restaurations de papier sans gravité.Très bon exemplaire, entièrement non rogné, avec ses couvertures jaunes imprimées conservées.

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        Marcel Proust) / Portrait photographique de Jeanne Proust

      - PROUST Jeanne née Weil (1849-1905). Mère de Marcel et de Robert Proust. Photographie de Jeanne Proust par Paul Nadar, tirage argentique d’époque. Photographie ronde (15,9 cm de diamètre), contrecollée sur papier au nom du photographe. Tampon de la collection de Madame Mante-Proust. Le portrait fut pris le 5 décembre 1904 quelques mois après le décès de son mari Adrien Proust (26 novembre 1903). Ce portrait est connu pour les retouches qu’apporta Nadar afin de gommer les défauts naturels qui vieillissait son visage. Ce portrait est notamment reproduit dans l’Album Proust (NRF, Bibliothèque de la pléiade, 1965, p.210).

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        Elements of Geometry

      Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1849. Hardcover. Good. 1849. 2nd edition. 269 pages. No dust jacket. Original brown cloth boards. 269 p + 16 p ads. Both front and back boards are fragile, holding only by one cord. The 'Royal Military College' for whom it was published is faded on the front board. Name inscribed and crossed out on the front endpaper and also a name on the ffep. Prelimns spotted. text overall neat and clean. Loss to the top compartment of spine cover- and lower two, too. Considerable rubbing to boards and bumping to edges, faded to gitl titling on spine but still legible.

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        Livourne. Vue prise au dessus du Fanal

      1849. Suggestiva veduta a volo d'uccello della città di Livorno. Peculiarità della veduta risulta essere il punto di presa, molto alto rispetto all'orizzonte. Infatti Guesdon effettuò il disegno della città a bordo di una mongolfiera; questa innnovazione permise all'artista di presentare la città in tutta la sua complessità. La tavola si trova nella famosa opera L'Italie a Vol d'Oiseau pubblicata a Parigi nel 1849 ca. da Hauser. mm 280x440

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        Lettre autographe signée ("Juliette"). [Paris], 22 mai [1849].

      1849. 4 pages in-8. À Victor Hugo. Charmante lettre où elle se plaint avec humour d'embarras gastriques. Elle supporterait son petit malaise avec plus de courage s'il était là pour la dorloter. "[...] Je m'en veux presque maintenant d'avoir sacrifié mon coeur à mon ventre une autre fois je ne ferai pas de ces stupides concessions-là et il s'en tirera comme il pourra et ces borborigmes aussi. Tiens qu'est-ce qu'ils me veulent donc ceux-là? Quand je vous dis qu'il n'y a plus de petits boyaux voici les miens qui veulent faire autant de bruit que les vôtres, les ambitieux. Voulez-vous bien vous taire tout de suite je n'aime pas les maux si tapageurs que ça [...]". Elle n'est cependant pas malade: "je t'aime trop voilà tout. Le reste c'est pure imitation et pour faire comme les grands boyaux. Je t'adore envers et contre tout [...]".

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        Journal of the Proceedings of the Grand Division, of the Sons of Temperance, of the State of Illinois

      Chicago: R. L. Wilson, Daily Journal Office. Good. 1849. Hardcover. Three-quarter black leather and blue cloth binding with gilt imprint on spine. Leather is rubbed at edges and corners and worn off at spine ends. Front joint is split with front board loosening. Light soil on boards, edges, and endpapers. Old bookseller's label and private library bookplate on front pastedown. The volume, labeled Volume I on the spine, contains the journals of proceedings from 1. January, 1847, City of Chicago; 2. Annual Session, Oct. 1847, City of Chicago; 3. April, 1848, City of Alton; 4. July, 1848, City of Peoria; 5. October 1848, City of Chicago; 6. Semi-Annual Session, April 1849, City of Quincy; and 7. Annual Session, October, 1849, City of Peoria. Includes lists of names for memberships approved. Byrd 1380,1381,1382, 1507, 1508.; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall; 335 pp .

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      1849. IMPRIMERIE DE J.-G. LARDINOIS. 1849. In-8.Carré. Relié demi-cuir. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. Sur le premier volume 312+258+272 pages. Sur le second volume 276+364 pages. Une page détachée sur le tome 3.

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      Scott and Co., Calcutta 1849 - RO60105490: 518 + 481 pages. Ouvrage très abîmé. Dos et plats manquants. Page de titre déchirée, avec des manques, salie et détachée. Dernier feuillet (page 481) fortement déchiré, avec des manques, et détaché. Quelques feuillets se détachant. Texte bien lisible. Miscellaneous List. Civil List. Ecclesiastical List. Military List. Marine List. Appendix. In-8 Broché. Etat passable. Livré sans Couverture. Dos abîmé. Déchirures Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      1849. Chez Firmin Didot Frères et Cie, Paris. 1849 - 1853. In - 8.Carré. Relié demi - cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Rousseurs. 19 tomes d'env. 500 - 600 pages chacun. Auteurs, titres, tomaisons et filets dorés sur les dos. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Armoiries dorées sur les 1ers plats. Ex - Libris illustrés d'une gravure en noir et blanc (Armoiries, F. Duilhé de Saint - Projet) au dos des premiers plats. Dos légèrement frottés. Soigneusement remaniée par l'Auteur et traduite sous ses yeux par Eugène AROUX et Pier Silvestro LEOPARDI.

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        "Festgesang". Autogr. musical manuscript signed. Graz, June 1849.

      1849. Oblong folio. Title, 6 numbered pp. on folded sheets. Ink on paper. Sewn. Song for Soprano and Alto with piano accompaniment ("Hör, o Würdigster, der Kinder Dankeswort"), entitled "Festgesang für 2 Singstimmen mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt von Anselm Hüttenbrenner mpr. Grätz 1849" (above the notes: "Worte u. Musik von Anselm Hüttenbrenner mpr., im Juni 1849"). From Hüttenbrenner's late period, when he had already retreated from the Steiermärkischer Musikverein to his Rosenegg estate near Graz. "After his wife's death in 1848, he gradually sank into the habits of a recluse [...] His compositions include operas, sacred and secular vocal music, symphonies, overtures, chamber music, keyboard music and solo songs; few of his works were published, though most survive in MS. Many of his songs are melodious and have accompaniments that reflect the text; they appear to have been modelled on Beethoven's songs, rather than those of Schubert" (New Grove VIII, 829). - Traces of vertical folds. Collector's acquisition notes (dated 6 Dec. 1880) on verso of final leaf; title stamped by the Graz organist and Mozart scholar Ludwig Carl Seydler (cf.

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