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      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Rheinreise von Basel bis Düsseldorf mit Ausflügen.. Sechste verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage der Klein\'schen Rheinreise bearbeitet von K. Baedeker

      Koblenz, Karl Baedeker 1849. Mit 15 lithogr. Ansichten, 9 lithogr. Plänen und zweiteiliger lithogr. Rheinlaufkarte. 4 Bl., XLVIII, 376 S. Illustr. gelber Pappband, sog. \"Biedermeier-Einband\". Hinrichsen D 005. - Der erste Bädeker-Reiseführer, in dem sich Karl Bädeker als Bearbeiter nennt; die ersten Auflagen liefen noch unter dem Verfasser Klein. - Bezug etwas abgrgriffen mit leichten Schäden an Gelenken und Kanten. Innen schwach gebräunt. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        Cosmos, a sketch of a physical description of the Universe. 5 Volumes, Complete

      Henry G. Bohn, London 1849/1858 Hartkarton/Leder Sehr gut Text Englisch. Fünf Bände. ERSTE VOLLSTÄNDIGE ENGLISCHE AUSGABE. Alle Bände: pappbezogene Hartkarton-Einbände, Leder-Ecken mit leichten Stoßspuren, goldgeprägte Lederrücken mit Titel/Band-Nummerierung Schildchen, 5 Bünde, sehr gut erhalten trotz minimaler Gebrauchsspuren.. Buchschnitt rundum marmoriert. Marmoriertes Vor-/Nachsatz-Papier. Kaum Stockflecken. ERSTER BAND (VOLUME I): 1849. Widmung von 1859 auf Vorsatzblatt. Portrait von Humboldt als Frontispiz, mit Seidenpapier-Schutz. XVII ( Author\'s preface + contents), IX (Summary), 369 paginierte Seiten , weiterhin Index 18 Seiten. +++ ZWEITER BAND (VOLUME II): 1849. XXI, paginiert von Seite 370 bis 742. Weiterhin Index 16 Seiten. +++ DRITTER BAND (VOLUME III): 1851. 289 paginierte Seiten, Index (8 Seiten). +++ VIERTER BAND (VOLUME IV): 1852. XV, paginiert von Seite 291 bis 601. Dazu Index 7 Seiten. +++ FÜNFTER BAND (VOLUME V): 1858. VIII, 500 Seiten inkl. Index. Eine schöne bibliophile Ausgabe in sehr gutem Zustand! +++ FIRST AND ONLY COMPLETE TRANSLATION OF THE 4 GERMAN VOLUMES. A beautiful set in 5 volumes, published from 1849 up to 1858. Each book adorned with guilded leather spine, leather-corners very slightly bumped, marbled edges, marbled end-papers, clean, minimal wear-marks (Volume 4: very little chipping on spine top, front-edge with small pressure-mark). With portrait- frontispiece of Alexander von Humboldt in 1st volume. Altogether VERY GOOD CONDITION. +++ Kosmos (usually referred to in English as \"Cosmos\") is an influential treatise on science and nature written by the German scientist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) +++ 11,8 x 18,3 cm. 2,1 kg. +++ Stichwörter: Rarität Rara Geographie Geography Bibliophilie Versand D: 5,50 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement]
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        Heliodore's Woodstar [Gorgeted Woodstar]

      1849-61 1849 - Vol III H.C. Richter and J. Gould Heliodore's Woodstar [Gorgeted Woodstar] Original lithograph with later hand-colour for Gould's 'A Monograph of the Trochilidae or Family of Humming Birds', 1849-61. 530 x 360 mm approx £950

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Notes of a Twenty Five Yearsandrsquo Service in the Hudsonandrsquos Bay Territory

      

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. ]
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        Narrative of an Expedition into Central Australia

      

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        A glance at the Interior of China obtained during a journey through the Silk and Green Tea districts The Chinese Miscellany No 1

      

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        The History of Pendennis, Two octavo Volumes

      Bradbury and Evans, London 1849 - Copyright dates are 1849-50,Two octavo volumes. Illustrated by the Author. Contemporary half-leather over marbled boards. Some rubbing on covers and extremities, a bit of wear on edges. Sunning on spines. Occasional light scattered foxing and thumbsoiling, foxing heavier on plates. Offsetting from plates and illustrations. Slightly over-opened in some places. Sheet starting at tail of pp. 31-32 of Volume I. Front hinge starting in Volume II. Small book seller labels on the inside cvers. Overall, very good. Size: 7¾" - 9¾" Tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: mclin haven books [IOBA]]
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        Quadrupeds of North America, the

      New York: V. G. Audubon. Hard Cover. First octavo edition, 1849-51-54, with all 31 original wrappers present (front and rear), and bound into 3 volumes. All 155 hand-colored plates are present, as issued; original brown printed wrappers for all 31 parts are bound in; marginal loss to front wrap of numbers 19 and 29, not affecting text; all other wrappers are intact and very good. Plates are all bright and fresh, without foxing; internally fine, just a bit of foxing on the first few leaves of text of volume I. Bound in contemporary three-quarters brown morocco over maroon cloth (10 1/2" x 7 3/8"), raised bands on spine, gilt lettering; beveled edges; marbled end papers, marbled edges. Light wear to bindings. Quite scarce in original wrappers; in 2011, a set (unbound) sold for more than $50,000. An exceptional set.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ]
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        Rules for the government and council of Minnesota territory, and joint rules of the council and house, adopted at a session of the Legislature, commenced September 3, 1849.

      James M. Goodhue, printer, Saint Paul 1849 - 16mo, pp. 15, [1]; original plain brown printed wrappers, fine. A very early - if not the first - piece of printing in Minnesota, exclusive of newspapers. Of the 14 pieces of printing identified by Martin in her Checklist of Minnesota Imprints, 1849-1865, only two items (Martin 6 and 8), broadside proclamations by territorial governor Ramsey bear an earlier date on the title-p. and one other (Rules for the Government of the House of Representatives) bears the same date. Includes standing rules for the legislative council, rules of order and procedure of the two Houses and a list of the standing committees of the Council, and joint committees of the House of Representatives.Rare. 100 copies were ordered printed. Martin 11 (MHS only). Jerabek 66 (identifying this as the first publication of the territorial legislature). Kreidberg, Fragments of Early Printing . in the Territory and State of Minnesota, p. 18: "The first public territorial issuance put into type was a booklet dated September 3, 1849, which appeared under James M. Goodhue's imprint. In fifteen pages of hand-set type, the territorial printer produced the Rules for the Government of the Council of Minnesota Territory." [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie. Begründet von Carl Theodor v. Siebold und Albert v. Kölliker, später herausgegeben von Ernst Ehlers. Jahrgänge 1 - 88 (ohne die Jahrgänge 2 und 16-20) mit Supplementen zu den Bänden 25, 30 und 53 und mit 4 Registerbänden zu den Bdn. 16-30, 31-45, 46-60 und 61-74.

      W. Engelmann, Leipzig 1849-1907. Zusammen 88 Bände, durchschnittlich ca. 650 S. je Jahrgang mit sehr zahlreichen zum Teil farbigen lith. Tafel, Groß 8°, anfangs Pappbände, später marmoriertes Halbleinen, dann Ganzleinen mit Rückentitel, Bibliotheksexemplar (entwidmet) mit unscheinbarem kleinem Papier-Rückenschild), Stempel auf Titel, sauberes, nur leicht bestoßenes Exemplar, Rücken leicht verblichen, einige Bände mit leicht lädiertem Kapital, Band 1 nachgebunden, insgesamt gutes Exemplar, die Bde. 2, sowie 16-20 fehlen; Bde. 10, 11 und 15 sind aufgrund Fehlens einzelner Hefte nicht ganz vollständig, ansonsten komplettes und gutes Exemplar dieser bedeutenden Zeitschrift; Versand D: 5,00 EUR Allgemeine Zoolgie, Anatomie, Physiologie, Zeitschriften, Zoologie

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Silvanus]
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        Das deutschkatholische Glaubens-Bekenntnis erläutert in einer Reihe von Predigten 1. Ausgabe

      München, bei Georg Franz, 1849. 292 S. 8° Vinyl (Zustand: ) Hülle: ANGEBUNDEN: Franz Jakob Schell - Die Nothwendigkeit des Deutschkatholicismus nach Ausweis der geschichtlichen Entwicklung des Christenthums (dargestellt in einer Reihe von Predigten) (München, Verlag Georg Franz, 1850, 1. Ausgabe, 242 S.) (Die Predigten hielt Schell zwischen 6. Mai 1849 und 9. Dezember 1849) (SELTEN) Versand D: 5,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Eppler]
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        JOURNEY TO THE GOLD DIGGINS. By Jeremiah Saddlebags

      New York: Stringer & Townsend, 1849. 63,[1]pp. Pictorial title and 112 wood engraved comic illustrations. Oblong octavo. Original green lower wrapper (upper wrapper, which repeats the title, is lacking). Good. In a modern cloth slipcase. Rare first edition of among the earliest caricatures of the Forty-Niners. A classic of California Gold Rush comic book literature. "Of the American comic books on the subject of the gold rush, the best known, although it is scarce, is this." This is the story of an "Argonaut who risked the hard journey to the gold fields, found that it was all a good deal more difficult than he had thought, avoided death by a hair's breadth time and again, and came home poorer than he went. It is the best of the American comic books on this theme" (Cowan). "Jeremiah Saddlebags underwent every possible mishap in this classic spoof of the adventurers of the Forty-Niner" - Streeter. Two issues of the first edition were published, without priority, in Cincinnati and New York. A scarce example of the best known work of Gold Rush comic book literature. HOWES R92. GRAFF 3432 (another ed). STREETER SALE 2591 (another ed).

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Autograph letter signed in full to Herr Schwarzschild regarding financial matters

      "One of the foremost European pianists of the 19th century and the wife and champion of the music of Robert Schumann, [Clara Schumann] was also a respected composer and influential teacher." Nancy B. Reich in Grove Music Online. Ferdinand Schumann (1849-1891) was the sixth child of Robert and Clara Schumann. Antonie Schumann, née Deutsch, was his wife. "After an injury in the Franco-Prussian War [Ferdinand] became addicted to morphine and was no longer able to work, prompting Clara to take care of his family." Website of Schumann-Haus Leipzig. The Schwarzschilds were a distinguished Jewish family in Frankfurt.. 1 page of a bifolium. Octavo. Dated Florence, May 3, 1889. In German (with translation). Schumann requests monies to be sent to two of her children: "Please send on my behalf 240 florins to my son, Ferdin[and] Schumann, Meran, Tyroler Hof, and 150 Mark to Frau Antonie Schumann, Goslar, 52 Bergstrasse. Thanking you in advance your sincerely devoted Clara Schumann." Annotation indicating exchange rate, "Valor 410 M[ar]k," in a different hand to amount of 240 florins. Slightly worn and browned; creased at central fold.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        THE MABINOGION, from the Llyfr Coch o Hergest (Red Book of Hergest) and other Ancient Welsh manuscripts, with an English Translation and Notes by Lady Charlotte Guest. [3 Volumes]

      London / Llandovery: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans. Printed by William Rees, Llandovery, 1838, 1840, 1849, 1849. Three vol. set. (with Llandovery at base of spine). 27 x 18 cm. Fine large paper copy in full crimson morocco bound by F. Bedford with 5 raised bands, ornate gilt spine, gilt edges, marbled endpapers. Bookplate: Sir Edward Sullivan [Lord Chancellor of Ireland]. Vol. I xxiii + 416 pp.; Vol. II 444 pp.; Vol. III 400 pp. From the library of Canadian literary giant, Robertson Davies with his armorial bookplate to front pastedown. . First Editions. Hard Cover. Fine. Tall Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Hugh Anson-Cartwright Fine Books, ABAC/I]
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        Raphaël

      first edition. Binding to bradel half blue morocco night with corners, back smoothes decorated with gilded cartridges decorated with golden tracery and night blue morocco mosaic of pieces laid flowers, golden tail date nets gilded frames on marbled paper boards , guards and contreplats of handmade paper, preserved covers, bookplate pasted on a flat, signed binding Carayon. Our copy is exceptionally enriched 6 etchings by Tony Johannot, plus another, contained in the printed illustrated edition a year later by the same publisher. Some small minor foxing. Nice copy pleasantly established. Perrotin & Furne & Cie Paris 1849 15x23,5cm relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Rheinreise von Basel bis Düsseldorf mit Ausflügen.. Sechste verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage der Klein`schen Rheinreise bearbeitet von K. Baedeker

      Koblenz, Karl Baedeker 1849.. Mit 15 lithogr. Ansichten, 9 lithogr. Plänen und zweiteiliger lithogr. Rheinlaufkarte. 4 Bl., XLVIII, 376 S. Illustr. gelber Pappband, sog. "Biedermeier-Einband". Hinrichsen D 005. - Der erste Bädeker-Reiseführer, in dem sich Karl Bädeker als Bearbeiter nennt; die ersten Auflagen liefen noch unter dem Verfasser Klein. - Bezug etwas abgrgriffen mit leichten Schäden an Gelenken und Kanten. Innen schwach gebräunt. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Neuester Zeitungs-Atlas für Alte & Neue Erdkunde. Für Krieg und Frieden, enthaltend eine vollständige Sammlung der Neuesten Karten aller Länder und Staaten der Erde, mit den Plänen und Grundrissen ihrer Hauptstädte u. Festungen. hrsg. Joseph Meyer.

      Hildburghausen ; Amsterdam ; New York : Bibliographisches Institut, 1849 - 52. Titelbl. 123 kolorierte, farbige Stahlstich Karten, [1] Bl. ; Quer 4°, gebundene Ausgabe, Halbleinen Guter Zustand. Einige Karten stärker gebräunt und braunfleckig. Der Stadtplan von London stark braunfleckig. Die meisten der 123 Karten sind aber gut erhalten.Die Nummerierung Der Stahlstiche ist bei Nummer 19 , 23, 82 und 80 vertauscht. Es sind alle Karten vorhanden. 2 Namen auf dem Vorsatzblatt. Titelblatt stärker braunfleckig. Versand D: 5,50 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Heubeck]
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        A Residence at Sierra Leone: Described from a Journal Kept on the Spot, and from Letters Written to Friends at Home.

      London, John Murray, 1849. - Blindgeprägte Original-Leinwand mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, 8°, xii, 355, 16 Seiten. Gutes Exemplar der Erstausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Welwitschia Dr. Andreas Eckl]
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        A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

      James Munroe & Company 1849 - A great copy of Thoreau's first book - published at his own expense in an edition of 1,000 copies - less than 300 sold, and in 1853 the remainder was returned to him. Trivial wear to spine foot and ends, else a fine crisp copy with bright gilt and quite internally clean. An untouched copy. Ex-Jacob Chester Chamberlain, noted turn of the century collector with notes in his hand on page 396, along with his acquisition slip from another noted collector, Beverly Chew of the Grolier Club in New York City. Housed in an amazing contemporary custom pull off case with elaborate tooling, commissioned by Chamberlain as was his custom for many of his most fantastic books. This copy sold at Anderson's 1st Editions of Ten American Authors Chamberlain auction of 1909. This copy also contains two contemporary ownership signatures. Most interestingly one of a Roswell Foster - a reverend in the Concord/general New England area and a contemporary of Thoreau. A few notes in the book about landmarks would point to Foster's hand or at least someone else with intimate knowledge of the areas Thoreau traversed with his brother. A fine copy with a fine history- [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Anniroc Books]
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        Mardi and a Voyage Thither

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1849 Two volumes. First American edition, first printing. Publisher's brown T cloth binding, with the publisher's decorative monogram device surrounded by geometric and floral decorations stamped in blind to the boards, boards triple-ruled in blind, spines with nine rules and decorative compartments stamped in blind, spines lettered in gilt, pale yellow coated endpapers. About near fine, with some minor wear to the extremities, light toning and a hint of soiling to the spines, faint rubbing to the otherwise bright boards, former owner's 1850 inscriptions to the front pastedowns, sturdy bindings without any signs of starting, light spotting to the otherwise clean pages. Overall, a very bright and attractive set, free of any repairs or restoration. BAL 13658. Mardi is Herman Meville's third book and marks a departure from his first two works, Typee (1846) and Omoo (1847), which are more autobiographical in nature. Mardi begins like Melville's preceding novels with a fictional South Seas whaling adventure story, but quickly changes into a more allegorical and experimental text when the main characters abandon their vessel and travel to a variety of fictional, symbolic countries. Melville's use of poetry and song also makes this text unique. While it was heavily criticized upon publication, Mardi is best understood within the greater context of his entire body of writing. Rather than continue to produce variations of his first two successful novels, Melville pushed himself to improve on his own writing, and, while perhaps not fully recognized in Mardi, this laid the groundwork for his later novels, including White-Jacket (1850) and Moby Dick (1851). This first American edition, published April 14, 1849, was preceded only by the three volume first British edition, published on March 16th of the same year.. 1st Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

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        Only two years after Brigham Young established the Mormon settlements in Utah, artist John Sartain offers a lengthy and charitable assessment of the Church of Latter Day Saints, despite the origin of their " faith and the trick by which [Joesph] Smith accomplished the work..." and predicts " that in a few months they will be erected into a sovereign and independent state under the title of Deseret."

      

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        HOLY MATRIMONY: THE FORM OF SOLEMNIZATION OF MATRIMONY

      Longman and Company, London 1849 - Deep gilt embossed covers and spine with interlocking Celtic chain designs. Front cover central floral arrangement and title. Watered-silk endpapers with hinges re-inforced with same paper, likely original. ILLUMINATED BY OWEN JONES. All edges gilt. Twenty-four heavy paper leaves with chromographic initial letters, text, and border designs in a variety of colors. See photos. Corners and spine extremities just lightly worn. Two blank leaves are moderatley foxed. Binding is tight, which is unusual for these types of books of the period. A small book-plate on the front pastedown from previous owner. All leaves are intact, and crisp and clean. Housed in a custom clamshell box with leather spine label. OCLC lists only two libraries having the book. We can find no auction records of a sale in the past 25 years. Owen Jones (1809-1874) was an English-born Welsh architect and designer. He is best known for a classic work "The Grammar of Ornament". Size: 5 1/4" x 3 3/4" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Glenn Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Seven Lamps of Architecture

      London: Smith, Elder, and Co, 1849. 1st Edition . Very Good Plus. 7.25 x 10.25 inches (18 x 26.5 cm). Full blue morocco leather binding by Zaehnsdorf. Spine has five raised bands, gilt lettering and ornaments, date of publication to foot of spine. Boards have triple gilt fillet border, single gilt fillet to edges. Marbled endpapers, ornately decorated wide turn-ins plus gilt border to pastedown endpaper. Top page edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Original cloth covers have been mounted and bound in. Spine is slightly faded, the binding is otherwise in excellent condition. Offsetting to free endpapers from decorated turn-ins, light foxing to page edges, half title and last page of ads. Several pages have light staining to very edge of the lower margin, text is otherwise very clean throughout. Includes the publisher's adverts and the preceding slip advertising Stones of Venice as in preparation. Engraved bookplate to front pastedown endpaper (Sir David Salomons Bart., Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells.) An interesting character, Salomons was elected as both Sheriff and Lord Mayor of London, the first Jew to hold either position. In 1851 he became the second Jewish elected Member of Parliament, Lionel de Rothschild was the first in 1847, but at the time neither were permitted to sit in the House of Commons due to the Christian oath. The verso of the front free endpaper has a few notes that appear to indicate that the book was bought in 1892 for £6 and the binding cost £2 and 5 shillings. The leading blank has a pasted slip from a bookseller's catalogue for this volume priced at £8/0/0. The first printing of Ruskin's landmark work, an excellent example in a Zaehnsdorf binding of the very highest order. We also have a uniformly bound first edition set of Ruskin's Stones of Venice. Overall condition is Very Good Plus. Hardback. Printed pages: viii, [4], 205, [1], 16 (ads)

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        "Laugh it off!" and The Manger Song of Mary. Autograph musical manuscripts of two complete songs. Signed in full

      Unrecorded and presumably unpublished. The texts are by Henry Rutherford Elliot (1849-1906), a journalist in New York, and Edwin Markham (1852-1940), an American poet. "Laugh it off!" is a humorous song in a popular style; The Manger Song of Mary is a lullaby in a more sophisticated style. The correspondence suggests that both of Vidal's songs were slated for publication by Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge in 1923; the scribal copies were most likely intended as engraver's copies. One of the poets (Elliot), however, was no longer alive; there are no materials in the present collection mentioning his heirs. In any case, the SACEM forms (also Markham's) remained unsigned. The publication stalled, and the songs were apparently never published. A French conductor, teacher and composer, " Vidal is particularly remembered as a fine teacher who was sympathetic to new ideas. At the Paris Conservatoire he taught classes in solfège (from 1894), piano accompaniment (from 1896) and composition (from 1909)... Vidal';s most successful compositions were the ballet La maladetta (1893), which had been performed nearly 200 times by 1930, and the light opera Eros." David Charlton in Grove Music Online. Mabel Montgomery Tuttle (born Mabel Chauvenet Holden, 1873-after 1921) studied piano with Theodor Leschetizky and Teresa Carreño.. - "Laugh it off!": Oblong octavo (272 x 176 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 10-stave paper with blindstamp of Lard-Esnault, Bellamy, Paris. [i] (title with signature and date: October 16-23, 1921), 2, [i] (blank) pp. In 5-stave systems: one for solo voice ("Mezzo Soprano o[u] Baryton"), one for chorus (up to 4 parts but no voices specified; G clef throughout), one blank, and two for piano ("ad libitum"). Part labels and tempo in French; titling and text underlay (2 strophes) in English. Text credited to Henry Rutherford Eliot [!Elliot]. Dedication: "To the dearest friend Walter Damrosch." - The Manger Song of Mary: Oblong octavo (272 x 176 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 10-stave paper with blindstamp of Lard-Esnault, Bellamy, Paris. [i] (title with signature and date: October 16-23, 1921), 2, [i] (blank) pp. In 4-stave systems: one for solo voice ("contralto"), one blank, and two for piano ("ad libitum"). Text (4 strophes) and all literals in English. Text credited to Edwin Markham. Dedication: "To Mistress Mabel Montgomery Tuttle." Both manuscripts slightly browned; creased; slight loss to lower outer corner of first leaf, not affecting music. With scribal copies of both songs, both in the same hand: - "Laugh it off" [no exclamation point]: Folio (346 x 267 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 10-stave paper, "Melodie Trademark No. 0." 4 pp. No date. Some bleeding. Frayed at edges, with slight loss, not affecting music. - The Manger Song of Mary: Folio (343 x 278 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 12-stave paper, "Monarch Brand Warranted Nr. 3 - Carl Fischer, New York." 3, [i] (blank) pp. No date. Together with: Copyright forms of the Société des Auteurs, Compositeur et Editeurs de Musique (SACEM; French authors' rights society) and cover letter from the Symphony Society of New York to J. T. Roach of the publisher Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, New York. 1 page. August 2, 1923. On letterhead, typed and signed by the society's manager, George Engles. Engles asks Roach to have the papers signed by the poets. Together with: Two typed letters from Walter Damrosch's office to [J.T.] Roach. Oblong octavo. On stationery with Damrosch's letterhead and signed, "Lillian Day[?]." The first, dated January 3, 1921, is the cover letter to a "corrected copy of M. Widor's song Le Chene du souvenir"; the song is not included with the present collection. The second, dated November 14, 1921, inquires about royalties Damrosch sent to Camille Saint-Saëns and Ralph Vaughan Williams; the writer wants to adjust Damrosch's French bank account; bank receipt (Morgan, Harjes & Co, Paris), dated July 8, 1921, is attached.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Purple-throated Humming-bird

      1849-61 1849 - Vol 3, 197 Richter after Gould Purple-throated Humming-bird An original lithograph with later hand-colour for Gould's 'A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Humming-birds', 1849-61 Portrait 370 x 250 mm (approx) £415

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        Costa Rican Humming-Bird

      1849-61 1849 - John Gould and H.C. Richter Costa Rican Humming-Bird Original lithograph with later hand-colour for Gould's 'A Monograph of the Trochilidae or Family of Humming Birds', 1849-61. 530 x 360 mm approx £415

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        Ueber die architectonische Einrichtung von Theater-Gebäuden. Practische Erörterungen jeder Art über diesen Zweig der Baukunst. Nach der französ. Urschrift ins Deutsche übertragen.

      Romberg, Leipzig 1849 - Leipzig, Romberg 1849. 35 x 26,5 cm. 28 S. und 21 (5 gefalt.) lithograph. Tafeln. Leinenband d. Zt. (etw. verblichen). Engelmann, Bibliotheca mech.-tech. Supplement, S. 18; nicht im Kat. der Ornamentstichslg. Berlin.- Erste u. einzige deutsche Ausgabe.- Albert Cavos (1800-1863) gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Neuerer der Theater-Architektur Russlands im 19. Jahrhundert. Nach Studien in Padua kehrte er in sein Heimatland zurück, war 1828-1832 Gehilfe von Carlo Rossi beim Bau des Alexander-Theaters in St. Petersburg und seit 1835 Chefarchitekt der Kaiserlichen Theater. Neben zahlreichen Theaterentwürfen und Ausführungen leitete er 1836 die Neugestaltung des Großen Theaters in St. Petersburg, sowie den Bau des Theaters zu Kamennoi-Ostrow. Das vorliegende Werk beschreibt den idealen Innenaufbau eines Theaters (Tafeln I-IX). Die Tafeln X-XXI zeigen Ansichten, Querschnitte und Details der beiden von ihm gebauten Theatergebäude in St. Petersburg. - Vereinzelt ger. stockfl. Titelblatt zweifach gestempelt.- Selten! // First and only German edition. With 21 lithographed plates. Contemporary cloth (somewhat rubbed). The plates depicting interior fittings, views, and profiles of the two theaters in St. Petersburg designed by Cavos. - Some mild foxing, title stamped. Sprache: deu [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Seven Lamps of Architecture

      Smith, Elder, and Co, London 1849 - Full blue morocco leather binding by Zaehnsdorf. Spine has five raised bands, gilt lettering and ornaments, date of publication to foot of spine. Boards have triple gilt fillet border, single gilt fillet to edges. Marbled endpapers, ornately decorated wide turn-ins plus gilt border to pastedown endpaper. Top page edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Original cloth covers have been mounted and bound in. Spine is slightly faded, the binding is otherwise in excellent condition. Offsetting to free endpapers from decorated turn-ins, light foxing to page edges, half title and last page of ads. Several pages have light staining to very edge of the lower margin, text is otherwise very clean throughout. Includes the publisher's adverts and the preceding slip advertising Stones of Venice as in preparation. Engraved bookplate to front pastedown endpaper (Sir David Salomons Bart., Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells.) An interesting character, Salomons was elected as both Sheriff and Lord Mayor of London, the first Jew to hold either position. In 1851 he became the second Jewish elected Member of Parliament, Lionel de Rothschild was the first in 1847, but at the time neither were permitted to sit in the House of Commons due to the Christian oath. The verso of the front free endpaper has a few notes that appear to indicate that the book was bought in 1892 for £6 and the binding cost £2 and 5 shillings. The leading blank has a pasted slip from a bookseller's catalogue for this volume priced at £8/0/0. The first printing of Ruskin's landmark work, an excellent example in a Zaehnsdorf binding of the very highest order. We also have a uniformly bound first edition set of Ruskin's Stones of Venice. Overall condition is Very Good Plus. Hardback. Printed pages: viii, [4], 205, [1], 16 (ads) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sur un expérience relative à la vitesse de propagation de la lumière". SS. 90-92. In: Comptes rendus. de l'academie des sciences. Band 29.

      Paris Bachelier 1849 - (25,5 x 20,5 cm). (4) 869 S. Einfacher Halbleinwandband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - "The extract which follows. contains an account of the first successful attempt to measure the velocity of light by observations that do not involve astronomical constants. Fizeau's method was employed later by Cornu und by Forbes and Young, though it is generally held that more trustworthy results are to be obtained by the method introduced by Foucault" (Magie). - Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig und wasserrandig. Der Artikel leicht gebräunt, sonst nicht betroffen. Einband leicht stockfleckig und bestoßen. - DSB 5, 18; Magie, A Source Book in Physics S. 340 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Wagler's Wood-nymph

      1849-61 1849 - Vol II Richter after Gould Wagler's Wood-nymph An original lithograph with later hand-colour for Gould's "A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Humming-birds", 1849-61 560 x 385mm £425

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        Laugh it off!" and The Manger Song of Mary. Autograph musical manuscripts of two complete songs. Signed in full

      - Unrecorded and presumably unpublished. The texts are by Henry Rutherford Elliot (1849-1906), a journalist in New York, and Edwin Markham (1852- 1940), an American poet. "Laugh it off!" is a humorous song in a popular style; The Manger Song of Mary is a lullaby in a more sophisticated style.The correspondence suggests that both of Vidal's songs were slated for publication by Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge in 1923; the scribal copies were most likely intended as engraver's copies. One of the poets (Elliot), however, was no longer alive; there are no materials in the present collection mentioning his heirs. In any case, the SACEM forms (also Markham's) remained unsigned. The publication stalled, and the songs were apparently never published.A French conductor, teacher and composer, " Vidal is particularly remembered as a fine teacher who was sympathetic to new ideas. At the Paris Conservatoire he taught classes in solfège (from 1894), piano accompaniment (from 1896) and composition (from 1909). Vidal’s most successful compositions were the ballet La maladetta (1893), which had been performed nearly 200 times by 1930, and the light opera Eros." David Charlton in Grove Music Online.Mabel Montgomery Tuttle (born Mabel Chauvenet Holden, 1873-after 1921) studied piano with Theodor Leschetizky and Teresa Carreño. - "Laugh it off!": Oblong octavo (272 x 176 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 10-stave paper with blindstamp of Lard-Esnault, Bellamy, Paris. [i] (title with signature and date: October 16-23, 1921), 2, [i] (blank) pp. In 5-stave systems: one for solo voice ("Mezzo Soprano o[u] Baryton"), one for chorus (up to 4 parts but no voices specified; G clef throughout), one blank, and two for piano ("ad libitum"). Part labels and tempo in French; titling and text underlay (2 strophes) in English. Text credited to Henry Rutherford Eliot [!Elliot]. Dedication: "To the dearest friend Walter Damrosch." - The Manger Song of Mary: Oblong octavo (272 x 176 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 10-stave paper with blindstamp of Lard-Esnault, Bellamy, Paris. [i] (title with signature and date: October 16-23, 1921), 2, [i] (blank) pp. In 4-stave systems: one for solo voice ("contralto"), one blank, and two for piano ("ad libitum"). Text (4 strophes) and all literals in English. Text credited to Edwin Markham. Dedication: "To Mistress Mabel Montgomery Tuttle."Both manuscripts slightly browned; creased; slight loss to lower outer corner of first leaf, not affecting music.With scribal copies of both songs, both in the same hand:- "Laugh it off" [no exclamation point]: Folio (346 x 267 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 10-stave paper, "Melodie Trademark No. 0." 4 pp. No date. Some bleeding. Frayed at edges, with slight loss, not affecting music.- The Manger Song of Mary: Folio (343 x 278 mm). Bifolium. Notated in black ink on 12-stave paper, "Monarch Brand Warranted Nr. 3 - Carl Fischer, New York." 3, [i] (blank) pp. No date. Together with:Copyright forms of the Société des Auteurs, Compositeur et Editeurs de Musique (SACEM; French authors' rights society) and cover letter from the Symphony Society of New York to J. T. Roach of the publisher Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, New York. 1 page. August 2, 1923. On letterhead, typed and signed by the society's manager, George Engles. Engles asks Roach to have the papers signed by the poets.Together with:Two typed letters from Walter Damrosch's office to [J.T.] Roach. Oblong octavo. On stationery with Damrosch's letterhead and signed, "Lillian Day[?]." The first, dated January 3, 1921, is the cover letter to a "corrected copy of M. Widor's song Le Chene du souvenir"; the song is not included with the present collection. The second, dated November 14, 1921, inquires about royalties Damrosch sent to Camille Saint-Saëns and Ralph Vaughan Williams; the writer wants to adjust Damrosch's French bank account; bank receipt (Morgan, Harjes & Co, Paris), dated July 8, 1921, is attached.

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        Ansicht von Naga in der Wüste" originale Farb-Lithographie ca.45x61cm (Darstellung/image size) von Wilhelm Loeillot (1827 - 1876) nach Weidenbach auf dünnem Karton (51x64cm) unterhalb der Darstellung typographisch betitelt und bezeichnet;

      - aus: C. R. Lepsius "Denkmaeler aus Aegypten und Aethiopien" Nicolaische Buchhandlung Berlin 1849-56 [Das dekorative wie seltene Blatt an den Rändern leicht braunfleckig.] 1841 übernahm Karl Richard Lepsius (1810 in Naumburg an der Saale - 1884 in Berlin) die Leitung der von König Friedrich Wilhelm IV. ausgesandten preußischen Expedition nach Ägypten (1842 - 1845). Lepsius wurde durch die Zeichner Ernst und Max Weidenbach, Joseph Bonomi, den Architekten Georg Gustav Erbkam und die Maler Friedrich Otto Georgi und Johann Jakob Frey begleitet. Die „Königlich Preußische Expedition" führte Lepsius über die Pyramidenfelder und Memphis das Niltal hinauf nach Luxor, zu den Königsstädten des meroitischen Reiches im heutigen Sudan, wenig nördlich von Khartum und weiter den Weißen und Blauen Nil entlang, bis tief in den Zentralsudan. Auf dem Rückweg wurde das Niltal erneut durchmessen, mit einem Abstecher an das Rote Meer und auf den Sinai zum Katharinenkloster. Im Herbst 1845 trat Lepsius über Syrien und Konstantinopel die Heimreise an. Quelle: Wikipedia

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        The History of Pendennis, Two octavo Volumes

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1849. Copyright dates are 1849-50,Two octavo volumes. Illustrated by the Author. Contemporary half-leather over marbled boards. Some rubbing on covers and extremities, a bit of wear on edges. Sunning on spines. Occasional light scattered foxing and thumbsoiling, foxing heavier on plates. Offsetting from plates and illustrations. Slightly over-opened in some places. Sheet starting at tail of pp. 31-32 of Volume I. Front hinge starting in Volume II. Small book seller labels on the inside cvers. Overall, very good. . 1st Edition. hard Covers. Very Good/no dust Jacket. Illus. by By the Author. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible.

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        Sammelband mit Neujahrsblättern der Natuforschenden Gesellschaft (7 Hefte, 1849-1855), der Zürcherischen Hülfsgesellschaft (6 Hefte, 1850-1855) und der Musik-Gesellschaft (7 Hefte, 1849-1855).

      Zürich 1849 - 20 Neujahrsblätter in 1 Band. Zürich, 1849-1855. 22,7x19 cm. Schlichter Pp. der Zeit, die OBroschur-Umschläge eingebunden. Neujahrsblatt der Natuforschenden Gesellschaft. An die Zürcherische Jugend auf das Jahr 1849-1855. 51.-56. Stück. Fries/Rohr 524-530. 7 Hefte: 1849: Menzel, A. Ueber die Lebensweise der Spinnen. 16 S., 1 lithogr. Tafel. - 1850: Mousson, A. Ein Bild des Unterengadins. 28 S., 1 Aquatinta-Tafel (Tarasp) und 2 (1 farb.) Pläne. - 1851: Siegfried, J.J. Torf-, Schiefer- u. Braunkohlenlagerr des Kts. Zürich mit ihren Tierresten. 20 S., 2 lithogr. Tafeln (Mammuth und Panzernashorn; Zähne). - 1852: Heer, O. Ueber die Haus-Ameise Madeiras. 24 S., 1 lithogr. Tafel. - 1853: Heer, O. Der botanische Garten zu Zürich. 23 S., 1 gefalt. lithogr. Situationsplan. - 1854: Escher, G. von. Die Quellen überhaupt und die Bäder von Saxon. 19 S., 1 kolor. Aquatinta-Tafel (Die Bäder von Saxon). - 1855: Escher, G. von. Die Mineralquellen der Schweiz. 36 S., 1 mehrfach gefalt. lithogr. Karte. - Saubere Hefte. - Neujahrsblatt der Zürcherischen Hülfsgesellschaft. Für die menschenfreundliche Jugend unserer Vaterstadt 1850-1855. 50.-55. Neujahrsblatt. Fries/Rohr 371-374. 6 Hefte: 1850: Orelli, G. von. Geschichte der Waldenser (Teil 3 von 5). 23 S., 1 gestoch. Tafel (Kampfszene). - 1851: Orelli, G. von. Geschichte der Waldenser (Teil 4 von 5). 28 S., 1 gestoch. Tafel (Ansicht von Balsille). - 1852: Orelli, G. von. Geschichte der Waldenser (Teil 5 von 5). 27 S., 1 gestoch. Tafel (Ansicht von La Tour und Luzern). - 1853: Wyss, Pfarrer von: Lebensbild von Aug. Hermann Francke. 19 S., 1 gestoch. Porträt. - 1854: Hottinger, J.J. Lebensbild von Johann Ludwig Meyer. 22 S., 1 gestoch. Porträt. - 1855: Orelli, F. von. Lebensbild von David Purry. 26 S., 1 gestoch. Porträt, 1 gestoch. Vignette (Ansicht von Neuchâtel). - Tafeln und wenige Textseiten etwas fleckig. - Neujahrsblatt der Musik-Gesellschaft. Neujahrsgeschenk an die Zürcherische Jugend auf das Jahr 1849-1855. 37.-43. Stück. Fries/Rohr 863-869. 7 Hefte, alle von Pfarrer Stierli: 1849: Biographie von Felix Mendelsohn-Bartholdy. 26 S., 1 lithogr. Porträt. - 1850: Biographie von Karl Heinrich Graun. 10 S., 1 lithogr. Porträt. - 1851: Biographie von Luigi Cherubini. 10 S., 1 lithogr. Porträt. - 1852: Biographie von Gaetano Donizetti. 12 S., 1 lithogr. Porträt. - 1853: Biographie von Adolf und Faustina Hasse. 15 S., 1 lithogr. Porträt. - 1854: Biographie von Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. 18 S., 1 lithogr. Porträt. - 1855: Der zürcherische Kirchengesang seit der Reformation. 21 S. 1 lithogr. Porträt von Glaeranus. - Textseiten von 1851-1854und Porträt von Palestrina mit kleinem Wasserfleck im unteren Rand. Sprache: Deutsch Schlichter Pp. der Zeit, die OBroschur-Umschläge eingebunden. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Reichs-Gesetz-Blatt. 1. Stück, 29. 9. 1848 – 18. Stück, 7. 6. 1849 (alles Erschienene) 160 S. Dazu: 1 Bl. „Bekanntmachung" (Vorankündigung des Reichs-Gesetz-Blattes). 4°. Pappbd d. Z. (Kanten beschabt).

      Frankfurt, (Naumann), 1848-1849. - Vollständige, äußerst seltene Folge, die im 8. Stück (S. 49-60) das „Gesetz betreffend die Grundrechte des deutschen Volks" und im 16. Stück (S. 101-147) die von der Nationalversammlung am 28. März 1849 bekundete Verfassung des deutschen Reiches enthält. Es handelt sich hier um den 1. Druck der ersten deutschen demokratischen Verfassung und um den 1. Druck der ersten Fixierung der Grundrechte des deutschen Volkes! Beide Gesetze sind hervorragende Dokumente zur Geschichte unserer Demokratie, die ihre Wirkung bis weit in unser Jahrhundert zeitigten. „Die Väter des Grundgesetzes von 1948 waren gut beraten, sich an dem ein Jahrhundert alten Gesetzentwurf der Paulskirchen-Abgeordneten zu orientieren. Etwa 95% der wichtigsten Grundsätze unseres heutigen Grundgesetzes befinden sich bereits im Text von 1848!" (Voerster). – Etwas stockfleckig. Gelegentlich mit handschriftl. Ergänzungen bzw. Verweisen (eines Mitglieds der Paulskirchenversammlung?). Sehr breitrandiges Exemplar. – Friedlaender 72.

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        Reichs-Gesetz-Blatt. 1. Stück, 29. 9. 1848 – 18. Stück, 7. 6. 1849 (alles Erschienene) 160 S. Dazu: 1 Bl. „Bekanntmachung" (Vorankündigung des Reichs-Gesetz-Blattes). 4°. Pappbd d. Z. (Kanten berieben).

      Frankfurt, (Naumann), 1848-1849. - Vollständige, äußerst seltene Folge, die im 8. Stück (S. 49-60) das „Gesetz betreffend die Grundrechte des deutschen Volks" und im 16. Stück (S. 101-147) die von der Nationalversammlung am 28. März 1849 bekundete Verfassung des deutschen Reiches enthält. Es handelt sich hier um den 1. Druck der ersten deutschen demokratischen Verfassung und um den 1. Druck der ersten Fixierung der Grundrechte des deutschen Volkes! Beide Gesetze sind hervorragende Dokumente zur Geschichte unserer Demokratie, die ihre Wirkung bis weit in unser Jahrhundert zeitigten. „Die Väter des Grundgesetzes von 1948 waren gut beraten, sich an dem ein Jahrhundert alten Gesetzentwurf der Paulskirchen-Abgeordneten zu orientieren. Etwa 95% der wichtigsten Grundsätze unseres heutigen Grundgesetzes befinden sich bereits im Text von 1848!" (Voerster). – Das erste Blatt mit kleinem, altem Bibliotheksstempel. Nur anfangs gering stockfleckig. – Friedlaender 72.

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        IL MONETARIO DEL COMMERCIO

      [Milan, 1849. Engraved titlepage. Contemporary three-quarter green morocco and green pebbled cloth, gilt-lettered spine. Gilt ornamental endpapers. Minor browning. Very good. A presentation copy, inscribed from the author to an unnamed person, dated 1861, on front fly leaf. A fine work on numismatics, with engravings of 684 silver and 563 gold coins from around the world. Contains numerous samples of North and South American coinage. The author was for many years a missionary to Indian tribes in Minnesota and Wisconsin, and wrote a book (now very rare) about his employment there. A lovely work. Rare. Not on OCLC.

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        Further Correspondence on the subject of Convict Discipline and Transportation, February & July 1849 [two parts].

      London: Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, for Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1849. Ferguson 5049 & 5050. Two volumes, foolscap folio, uniformly bound in half brown calf and cloth sides, spine title labels; ink stamp of the Law Society of the United Kingdom. [I] In continuation of Papers presented 16th February, 15 April, 14th May 1847, and 3rd May 1848. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty February 1849. iv, 282pp, lacking folding map of Van Diemen's Land (Tooley 117). [II] In continuation of Papers presented February 1849. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty July 1849. viii, 258pp, lacking the last 4pp (title and one page of text, relating to Bermuda) and the folding tinted plan. The paper is a little yellowed and some creasing of corners on a few leaves. The bindings are a trifle rubbed at the extremities, but in nice bright condition. A very good set, altough lacking the folding map and plan. *** [Ferguson 5049] Many papers concerning convict discipline in New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land and Norfolk Island, the 'exiles' destined for Port Phillip, the growing anti-transportation movement etc, etc. There are the reports of Rev Beagley Naylor and Capt Maconochie on transportation, and a report from the Comptroller-General re Norfolk Island, in which he describes the convicts' dread of John Price. [Ferguson 5050] Many despatches from Sir William Denison in Van Diemen's Land, where the Probation system was a contentious issue. Some discussion of the proposed convict settlement in Western Australia .

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        Illustrations of the Fossil Conchology of Great Britain and Ireland, with the descriptions and localities of all the species hitherto discovered. Parts 1,2,4,5,6,7, 8 [incomplete], 9, 10,11,12,19/20

      Edinburgh: Maclachlan & Stewart; John Smith & Son; William Curry, Jun. & Co; Smith, Elder, & Co.; and W S Orr & Co, 1849 A rare set of parts in original paper wraps with 52 colour plates (of 53). They are undated but the full work was published by Smith, Elder in 1849. Parts 1,2,4,5,6,7,9,10,11 and 12 are complete - with original wraps, 4 colour plates and 4 pages of text. All were published in Edinburgh. Part 8, published in Manchester, is incomplete - lacking one plate, all the text and the back part of the wrapper. Some of the wrappers look to be made from the left-over print runs for other publications eg Illustrations of Game Birds. Part 19/20 was published in London and has 9 colour plates and 8 pages of text. All have dog-eared covers with some grubbiness and general nibbling to edges/spine area. The contents are generally clean but with a little rippling/grubbiness at edges. Presumably when bound, the pages and plates would have been trimmed. There is some light marking in parts 1 and 8. The plates are not bound in order eg Part 1 contains plates I, III, V and VI.

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        Deutschlands Flora - mit höchst naturgetreuen, charakteristischen Abbildungen aller ihrer Pflanzen-Arten in natürlicher Größe und mit Analysen auf Kupfertafeln, als Beleg für die Flora Germanica Excursoria und zur Aufnahme und Verbreitung der neuesten Entdeckungen innerhalb Deutschlands und der angrenzenden Länder: Belgien und Holland, Holstein und Schleswig, Ostpreußen, Galizien, Siebenbürgen, Ungarn, Dalmatien, Istrien, Ober-Italien, der Schweiz und Piemont. -- Bände XI und XII mit 221 teilkolorierten Kupfertafeln.

      Leipzig, bei Friedrich Hofmeister, 1849 - 1850. Band XI: Familie der Zapfenbäume, Eiben, Cytineen, Santelgewächse, Seideln und weidenartigen Kätzchenblüthler. Confierae, Taxineae, Cytineae, Santalaceae, Elaeagneae, Thymelaeaceae et Amentacearum Salicineae. Titelblatt + 48 (recte 46) Seiten + 100 Tafeln (Nr. DXXI - DCXX) mit 250 Abbildungen. Davon die Tafeln DLVII - DCXX in Band XII eingebunden. -- Band XII: Familie der Kätzchenblüthler: Birken- und Eichengruppe, dann Nesseln, Osterluzeigewächse, Lorbeeren und Dipsaceen, nebst den Baldriangewächsen. Amentaceae: Betulineae et Cupuliferae, tunc Urticaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Laurineae et Dipsaceae cum Valerianeis. Titelblatt + 40 (recte 44) Seiten + 110 (recte: 111 - Nr. DCXXI - DCCXXXI) Tafeln mit 160 (recte: 161) Abbildungen (sowie die Tafeln DLVII - DCXX aus Band XI). Alle Kupfertafeln teilkoloriert. Ca. 26 cm x ca. 20 cm. Goldschnitt oben, vorderer Schnitt ungleichmäßig. Mit Lesebändchen und Schmuckvorsätzen. Halbledereinband mit 5 goldverzierten Bünden und goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. -- Stafleu and Cowan, TL 8.885 (nennt 5 verschiedene Ausgaben dieses Werkes: in Latein mit kolorierten Tafeln, in Latein mit unkolorierten Tafeln, in Deutsch mit teilkolorierten Tafeln, in Deutsch mit kolorierten Tafeln und in Deutsch mit unkolorierten Tafeln.); Nissen BBI 1.604 -- Künstler dieser beiden Bände waren H.G.L. Reichenbach selbst und C. H. Schnorr. Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Einige Abbildungsnummern mit Bleistift korrigiert, sonst keine Einträge. Tafelseiten nahezu nicht gebräunt, nicht fleckig; Textseiten deutlich gebräunt und altersfleckig. Bindung sehr gut und fest. Zustand mindestens II (deutsche Schulnotenskala). Auf Wunsch senden wir Ihnen gern per E-Mail Fotos des Werkes zu. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Botanik Botany Flore Baum Bäume Dendrologie Koniferen Coniferen Eibe Eiben Eiche Eichen Weide Weiden Birke Birken

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