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        Les prophètes du passé

      Edition on current printed and few paper, it has been printed a few in Holland paper and wove very large documents. Binding to bradel half orange calico, smooth back with a gold floral pattern, date tail piece as marine shagreen, an upper corner slightly blunt, flat handmade paper, wrappers preserved and bound in. Copy virtually free of foxing. Rare. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! L. Hervé Paris 1851 12x17cm relié

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        Gesamtansicht von Stadt u. Abtei ostwärts gesehen.

      - Stahlstich v. J. Jullien n. B. Hundeshagen b. T. Habicht in Bonn, 1851, 9,5 x 16,5

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        Lohengrin - Romantische Oper in drei Akten 1851

      Breitkopf & Hartel 1851 - Lohengrin, romantische Oper in Drei Akten - Vocal score 1851, Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. First edition of the vocal score in quarter leather and marbled binding. Excellent condition, 237 pages (pages 229-236 in facsimile), 10.25 x 13 inches. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems of W. Shakspere, National Edition, (8 Volume Set)

      Charles Knight, London; 1851-1852 - Octavo. In eight volumes illustrated by T.A. Prior; W. Harvey; F.W. Fiarholt; R.W. Buss; et al. There was a growing veneration and desire for a knowledge of Shakespeare in the Victorian era. While these fine editions by Charles Knight were too costly for the laboring man, they became the standard editions for the serious reader not just among the aristocracy but the growing middle class. Since there were not only some erroneous versions being printed but also previous illustrations of the plays were done by artists who clearly were unfamiliar with the plays, he sought to correct these errors and became the standard text for scholar and serious reader alike. He discovered that not only had words been changed but whole lines had been omitted. Since the considered the first folio as the texus receptus, he collated his copy with those in the British Library. He spent a month with William Harvey (a student of Bewick) in Stratford-on-Avon working on buildings associated with Shakespeare so that the illustrations in this edition would be presented as accurate as possible. The National Edition was the culmination of his research and included his magnificent Studies of Shakespeare which formed companion volume to every edition of the text. As Alan R. Young points out: "that single-handedly as publisher, editor, commentator, and researcher Knight made an enormous contribution to Victorian awareness of Shakespeare." (Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America, Vol. 103, No. 1, p. 36). The original manuscripts in Knight's collection as well as his extensive scholarly notes were destroyed in the London blitz during World War II. Bound in ¾ brown calf over marbled paper covered boards, raised bands with compartments fully gilt decorated, black and brown spine labels gilt, all edges marbled with marbled endpapers, damp stain to upper edge of title page to volume I-Comedies not penetrating to other leaves. Some rubbing or staining to boards. A handsome set.

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        Panorama der Stadt über den Rhein gesehen ('Panorama von Basel.').

      - Aquatinta v. Johannes Ruff n. Franz Schmid b. J.H. Locher in Zürich (Locher'sche Buchhandlung), v. 1851, 9 x 52,5

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        Social Statics: or, the Conditions essential to Human Happiness specified, and the First of them developed.

      London: John Chapman, 1851 - Octavo (203 x 125 mm). Contemporary half calf and marbled boards, spine ruled and decorated gilt in compartments, red and black labels, marbled endpapers and edges. Gilt a little faded, first and last leaves a little spotted, one gathering a little toned due to paper stock; a very good copy. Printed ex-libris of C. S. Burman to front pastedown. First edition of Spencer's first book, which "was concerned with the 'equilibrium of a perfect society' in the future, rather than the forces (or 'dynamics') by which society was struggling towards perfection in the immediate present (p. 229). Although the book attracted little attention at the time, it contained some important pointers to the ways in which Spencer's thought was developing. The most important of these were his treatment of human society as governed by immutable natural laws, his vision of the role of the state as confined to the enforcement of those natural laws, his emphasis on continuous functional adaptation in both institutions and organisms, and his formulation of a law of 'equal freedom' for each individual, limited only by 'the similar freedoms of all' (p. 35). The book also reflected the strain of utopian radicalism in Spencer's thought inherited from his early background: it denied the legitimacy of private property in land, held out equality of the sexes as a moral ideal, and advocated the training of children by persuasion and rational argument rather than discipline and coercion." (ODNB). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        NOUVEAU MANUEL COMPLET DE PHOTOGRAPHIE SUR MÉTAL, SUR PAPIER ET SUR VERRE. CONTENANT TOUTE LES DÉCOUVERTES DE MM. NIEPCE ET DAGUERRE, F. TALBOT, HERSCHELL, HUNT, BLANQUART-EVRARD, NIEPCE DE ST-VICTOR, FIZEAÚ, CLAUDET, BARON GROS, HUMBERT DE MOLARD, LEGRAY, ETC., ETC. ...PRÉCÉDÉ D'UN RÉSUMÉ HISTORIQUE ET CRITIQUE SUR L'ORIGINE ET LES PROGRÈS DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE

      Paris: La Librairie Encyclopédique De Roret, 1851. Nouvelle édition, entièrement refondue, ornée de figures, et mise au courant des perfectionnements les plus récents. 16mo., xvi, 368 pp., 90 pp. publisher's catalogue, illustrations in text, and one large folding engraved plate with 36 figures. Quarter vellum gilt with spine label and marbled paper over boards. The original illustrated wrappers are bound in. An unusually fine and bright copy. An excellent survey of photographic processes to date. The largest portion is devoted to the daguerreotype - Valicourt was a practitioner of the process. Valicourt provides full descriptions of apparatus and chemicals, plates (including daguerreotype) and the various paper processes in use: collodion, albumen and gelatin, etc. Also includes photomechanical techniques. Valicourt had previously written a few short pieces which appeared as chapters in texts by Smee, and a text on Blanquart-Evrard's paper process from the mid 1840s; in this title he has borrowed and distilled from the the discoveries of Niépce, Daguerre, Fox Talbot, Herschel, Hunt, Blanquard-Evrard, Niepce de St.-Victor, Fizean, Claudet, et al.To call this volume a " Nouvelle édition" is an exaggeration; it is the first full manual on photography written by Valicourt, and one of the superior compendiums of known photographic processes to date.Not listed in Roosens and Salu.Bellier de la Chavignerie, Manuel Bibliographie du Photographe Francais, 1863, No. 55, as a first appearance.

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        WUTHERING HEIGHTS, AGNES GREY, SELECTIONS and POEMS BY ELLIS BELL.

      Leipzig: Bernard Tauchnitz Junior, 1851.. A VERY EARLY EDITION. A New Edition Revised, with a Biographical Notice of the Authors. A Selection from their Literary Remains and a Preface by Currer Bell in which Charlotte declared herself "Currer Bell" and explains all this for the first time in the now famous "Biographical Notice. TAUCHNITZ EDITION, 1851. Small 8vo, approximately 155 x 115 mm, 6 x 4½ inches, 2 volumes in 1, pages: Volume I, xx, 1-316, prelim pages contain half-title, title, Biographical Notice of Ellis and Acton Bell, & Preface; Volume II, half-title, title, 1-52, End of Wuthering Heights; [53-54] - Divisional Title, [55]-264 - Agnes Grey; [265-266] - Divisional Title, [267]-270 - Selections; [271] 272-312 - Poems by Ellis Bell, last page blank except for printer's name, bound in full vellum, gilt lettered leather labels to spine, marbled endpapers. Vellum lifting from boards, not cracked and still securely attached, uneven pale browning to first few leaves, intermittent pale brown staining to some inner margins of Volume II, residue of glue on first free endpaper due to removal of label, small leather shield with gilt monogram (AG below crown) pasted to top corner of first title page (see attached image), occasional brown spot, otherwise a very good copy, published 3 years after the first edition of 1848. The second edition was published in 1850-51. See: Tauchnitz International Editions in English 1841-1955 by William Todd and Ann Bowden, page 70, No. 201. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Lendas e narrativas.

      Lisbon, Em Casa da Viuva Bertrand e Filhos, 1851. - 8°, contemporary tree sheep (slight wear), smooth spine gilt with two citron morocco lettering pieces for each volume, gilt author, title, (non-uniforn) marbled endleaves. Very good condition. Black on white printed paper tickets of Livraria de B.L. Garnier, 69, Rua do Ouvidor, Rio de Janeiro, in upper outer corners of front pastedown endleaves. x, 306 pp., (1 l.); (2 ll.), 327 pp., (1 l.). Page 129 of volume I incorrectly numbered 12. *** FIRST EDITION in book form of these short stories, which originally almost all appeared in O panorama or Ilustração between 1839 and 1844. Several are set in the Middle Ages. There have been a total of approximately thirty editions; perhaps the most recent one appeared in 2010.By 1850 Herculano (1810-1877) was well respected as a historian. He has long been recognized as the greatest Portuguese historian of the nineteenth century, and one of the greatest that country ever produced. A complete volume of Innocêncio is devoted to a bibliography and analysis of his works, which include Historia da origem e estabelecimento da Inquisição em Portugal, Lisbon 1854-59, and Historia de Portugal, Lisbon 1846-53. Herculano was a novelist and author of short fiction as well as a poet and historian, and is responsible for introducing to Portugal the historical romance in the manner of Sir Walter Scott, which influenced Almeida Garrett and later authors.*** Innocêncio I, 35; XXI, 621-2. Pinto de Mattos (1970), p. 326. Bell, Portuguese Literature pp. 292-5. Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed.) pp. [737]-58, et passim. Porbase locates a single complete set, at the Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra, and a copy of volume I only at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Copac repeats British Library. This first edition not located in Hollis or Orbis. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        WUTHERING HEIGHTS, AGNES GREY, SELECTIONS and POEMS BY ELLIS BELL.

      Leipzig: Bernard Tauchnitz Junior, 1851. A VERY EARLY EDITION. A New Edition Revised, with a Biographical Notice of the Authors. A Selection from their Literary Remains and a Preface by Currer Bell in which Charlotte declared herself "Currer Bell" and explains all this for the first time in the now famous "Biographical Notice. TAUCHNITZ EDITION, 1851. Small 8vo, approximately 155 x 115 mm, 6 x 4½ inches, 2 volumes in 1, pages: Volume I, xx, 1-316, prelim pages contain half-title, title, Biographical Notice of Ellis and Acton Bell, & Preface; Volume II, half-title, title, 1-52, End of Wuthering Heights; [53-54] - Divisional Title, [55]-264 - Agnes Grey; [265-266] - Divisional Title, [267]-270 - Selections; [271] 272-312 - Poems by Ellis Bell, last page blank except for printer's name, bound in full vellum, gilt lettered leather labels to spine, marbled endpapers. Vellum lifting from boards, not cracked and still securely attached, uneven pale browning to first few leaves, intermittent pale brown staining to some inner margins of Volume II, residue of glue on first free endpaper due to removal of label, small leather shield with gilt monogram (AG below crown) pasted to top corner of first title page (see attached image), occasional brown spot, otherwise a very good copy, published 3 years after the first edition of 1848. The second edition was published in 1850-51. See: Tauchnitz International Editions in English 1841-1955 by William Todd and Ann Bowden, page 70, No. 201. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        CATALOGUE OF APPARATUS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED IN THE PRACTICE OF PHOTOGRAPHY: INCLUDING BOTH PLATE AND PAPER PROCESSES, MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY GEORGE KNIGHT AND SONS, PHILOSOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS MAKERS, &C.: ILLUSTRATED WITH WOODCUTS

      London: George Knight and Sons, 1851. Third edition. 12mo., 38, (2) pp., illustrated with woodcuts. Original illustrated paper wrappers, tipped to new outer wrappers of marbled paper with printed title affixed to the front. Very good. Housed in a clamshell box of cloth with printed labels. A well-illustrated, detailed and priced catalogue that includes illustrated daguerreian cameras, an improved American camera, Martin's traversing or panoramic camera, and cameras for various paper processes, including calotype, talbotype, and a folding field camera. The lenses are by Voighlander, and English achromatic lenses, presumably manufactured by Knight. The remainder of this catalogue offers support stands, head rests, daguerreotype plates, cleaning and polishing apparatus, pans and boxes, washing, fixing and drying apparatus, colors for painting daguerreotypes, frames, chemicals for paper processes, and every other article in use at this tine. The rear wrapper has a large engraving of Knight's building on Foster Lane, Cheapside, and a map showing the Thames to the south, Holborn at the northwest, London Wall at the northeast, and Knight's location near St. Paul's. George Knight & Sons were among the earliest and largest retailers and manufacturers of photographic equipment and chemistry. By 1848, they had published their first catalogue, and expanded editions with varying titles were issued through the mid 1850s. WorldCat locates single copies of various editions and lengths through a fifth edition of 44 pages, dated 1853. Gernsheim - INCUNABULA No. 689 lists an 1850 edition, but does not state a pagination, leading us to believe he did not examine a copy. Roosens and Salu, Nos. 5693 and 5694 list editions of 1849 (no pagination stated), and 1855, 28 pp. All editions are rare.

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        HISTORIA NATURAL DE LAS DROGAS SIMPLES Ó CURSO DE HISTORIA NATURAL ESPLICADO (EXPLICADO) EN LA ESCUELA DE FARMACIA DE PARIS

      D. Manuel A. Gil, Madrid 1851 - Materia: Libro antiguo del siglo XIX. Historia natural. Drogas. Medicina. Farmacia. Publicación: Madrid, Imprenta de D. Manual A. Gil, 1851 - 1852. Descripción: Cuarto menor (22 cm.) 4 tomos: Tomo primero: 496 páginas. Tomo segundo: 399 páginas. Tomo tercero: 532 páginas. Tomo cuarto: 312 páginas. Encuadernación plena piel de época, pasta española con dorados en lomo. Estado de conservación: Buen estado, encuadernación ligeramente rozada, papel tostado y reverso de las guardas muy oxidado. RBS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Ansayrii, and the Assassins, with Travels in the Further East, in 1850-51. Including a visit to Nineveh.

      London: Richard Bentley, 1851 - 3 volumes, octavo. Original brick red cloth, gilt lettered and blind stamped spines, ornamental blind stamped border on sides, yellow coated endpapers. Ownership inscription on front free endpaper of each volume of Charles Bowles Hare (1841–1911), Bristol businessman. Spines toned, a little rolled and chipped at foot, sides slightly discoloured, a touch of wear to joints, internally clean, terminal advertisement leaf in each volume, and all frontispieces present (which is not usual). Lithograph portrait frontispiece of the author by G. Remy in volume I, two other engraved frontispieces of scenes by J. W. Cook. First edition, uncommon. "An account of journeys in 1850–51 through Ottoman lands, with the primary intent of exploring the mountains of an Ismaili sect known as the Ansayrii or Assassins, between Safyta and Nahr El Kebir (northern Lebanon-Syria). The book includes a detailed description of the Ansayrii, their customs, and way of life, as observed by the author during his sojourn among them. Also descriptions of Asia Minor as far north as Trebizond" (Ghani). Frederick Walpole (1822–1876), third son of the earl of Orford, was a British naval officer who earlier had written an account of a Pacific voyage in Four Years in the Pacific in Her Majesty's Ship Collingwood from 1844 to 1848 (London, 1849). Ghani, Iran and the West, p.387 (calling for frontispieces in volumes I and II only); Röhricht, Bibliotheca geographica Palaestinae, p. 448; not in Atabey or Wilson. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        LA LOMBARDIA ECCLESIASTICA OSSIA COMPARTO DEL REGNO LOMBARDO NELLE SUE DIOCESI E VICARIATI

      1851. Interessante carta della Lombardia ecclesiastica, con evidenziati i confini, in coloritura coeva, delle diocesi di: Milano, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Bergamo, Mantova, Pavia, Lodi e Crema. Telata all'epoca in 4 stacchiBibliografia: Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1167

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        The New-Orleans Book [New Orleans, Louisiana]

      New Orleans: Robert Gibbes Barnwell, 1851. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good. 1st Printing Xii, 384 Pp. Original Red Ribbed Cloth, Gilt Lettering On Spine, Gilt Crescent Moon On Front Cover, Gilt Swan And Brood In Nest On Rear Cover. Decorative Endpapers, All Edges Gilt. 1850 Copyright Date, 1851 On Title Page, No Publisher Indicated, Copyright Page Indicates Printed In Boston At Wright & Harry's Steam Press, Apparently This Being The First Publication. A Compilation Of Prose And Verse By Several Dozen Authors. Covers Worn, All Gilt Still Present, Fraying At Corners And Along Top And Bottom Edges Of Spine, Hinges Intact. Inscribed On Second Free Endpaper With Linked Chain, Three Links With Initials [J-L-F?], Fourth Link Containing "Of", "Fidelity From P H Willan Esq. Of Long America No.L 1 To Mle. Coyle Of B. B. Sept. 24 '1855"; Book Label Of Plantation Book Shop, Natchez., Miss. On Front Pastedown. Very Scarce; Worldcat Locates Only Two Institutional Copies, Both In The Uk.

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        Parerga und Paralipomena: kleine philosophische Schriften. 2 Bände.

      Berlin, Druck und Verlag von A. W. Hayn, 1851. 8°. 3 Bll., 465 (1); IV, 531 S., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. etw. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe; als einzige von Schopenhauer selbst besorgt. - Gedruckt in nur 750 Exemplaren. - „Schopenhauer erhielt 10 Freiexemplare auf Velin, aber kein Honorar“ (Grisebach). - Mit diesem Werk, besonders den enthaltenen „Aphorismen zur Lebensweisheit“, gelang Schopenhauer der Durchbruch zum philosophischen Erfolg und zur Anerkennung als Klassiker der deutschen Sprache. - Einbände beschabt u. bestoßen. Rückenkanten angebrochen. Innendeckeln m. Spur entfernter Exlibris‘. Vorsatzbll. gestempelt. Tlw. leichte Knickspuren. Unterschiedlich (bes. Ränder stärker) gebräunt u. stock- bzw. braunfleckig. - Grisebach S. 23; Borst 2446; Hübscher 43; Ziegenfuß II, 485. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Schopenhauer, Parerga und Paralipomena: kleine philosophische Schriften

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        The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems of W. Shakspere, National Edition, (8 Volume Set)

      London; 1851-1852: Charles Knight. T.A. Prior; W. Harvey; F.W. Fiarholt; R.W. Buss; et al.. Octavo. In eight volumes illustrated by T.A. Prior; W. Harvey; F.W. Fiarholt; R.W. Buss; et al. There was a growing veneration and desire for a knowledge of Shakespeare in the Victorian era. While these fine editions by Charles Knight were too costly for the laboring man, they became the standard editions for the serious reader not just among the aristocracy but the growing middle class. Since there were not only some erroneous versions being printed but also previous illustrations of the plays were done by artists who clearly were unfamiliar with the plays, he sought to correct these errors and became the standard text for scholar and serious reader alike. He discovered that not only had words been changed but whole lines had been omitted. Since the considered the first folio as the texus receptus, he collated his copy with those in the British Library. He spent a month with William Harvey (a student of Bewick) in Stratford-on-Avon working on buildings associated with Shakespeare so that the illustrations in this edition would be presented as accurate as possible. The National Edition was the culmination of his research and included his magnificent Studies of Shakespeare which formed companion volume to every edition of the text. As Alan R. Young points out: "that single-handedly as publisher, editor, commentator, and researcher Knight made an enormous contribution to Victorian awareness of Shakespeare." (Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America, Vol. 103, No. 1, p. 36). The original manuscripts in Knight's collection as well as his extensive scholarly notes were destroyed in the London blitz during World War II. Bound in ¾ brown calf over marbled paper covered boards, raised bands with compartments fully gilt decorated, black and brown spine labels gilt, all edges marbled with marbled endpapers, damp stain to upper edge of title page to volume I-Comedies not penetrating to other leaves. Some rubbing or staining to boards. A handsome set.

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        Education as a means of preventing destitution: with exemplifications from the teaching of the conditions of well-being and the principles and applications of economical science at the Birkbeck Schools. Prefaced by a letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, M.P.

      London: Smith, Elder and Co. 1851. 8vo., vi + 153 + (1)pp., followed by (2) + 16pp. of advertisements, original blind-stamped maroon cloth, spine gilt lettered, small snags at head and foot of spine, else a fine presentation copy> inscribed at the head of title, 'James Shields Esq. with the author's kind regards'.> First edition: uncommon. William Ellis (1800-1881), economist and educational reformer, joined John Stuart Mill's Utilitarian Society and attended its twice-weekly discussions, Mill himself considered Ellis to be 'An original thinker in the field of political economy'. He was also associated with Lovell and the National Hall. 'Ellis regarded careful moral training and instruction in social well-being as the most beneficent tasks open to popular education; attention to health and careful economy in money and material resources were in his view the measures best calculated to improve the labouring man's condition. In support of these opinions he lectured, wrote, opened schools, instructed their teachers and lavished his fortune. After the beginning made in the National Hall, he established his first school on the premises of the London Mechanics' Institution, calling it in honour of the Institution's president the Birkbeck School, a name which was also applied to the other six schools which Ellis maintained in London between 1848 and 1862. His work and his ideas attracted general attention; they so far interested the Prince Consort that Ellis was called upon to give instruction to the children of the Royal Family'. [J.W. Adamson, English education 1789-1902,> p.162].

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Pera (Konstantinopel), 31. XII. 1851.

      1851. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. Wohl an einen Verlag mit der Mitteilung, "daß ich bis Ende Febr. n[ächsten] Js. das Mscpt. der innern u. äußern Regierungs-Geschichte des Sultans Abdul Medschid fertig zu bringen gedenke, u daß ich jedenfalls in naher Zeit Ihnen mittheilen werde, wann auch das Mscpt. der statistischen Notizen des tükrischen Reichs beendigt seyn wird [...]".

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        NATURAL HISTORY OF NEW YORK Division V AGRICULTURE: Vol 3 FRUITS, Etc

      New York: C. Van Benthuysen, 1851. Very Good binding. From the massive 30 volume set of The Natural History of New York, the third volume or plate volume of Division V. With colored lithographed images primarily of apples, pears, berries, and peaches. This plate volume contains 100 plates, a number of them very beautiful. Very Good binding.

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        11 Kupferstiche zur "Deutschen Monatsschrift" und 1 Kupferstich aus "Mémoires des refugiés".

      1835-1851. - 12 Blatt unter Passepartouts. Numerierung gemäss Bauer, Das druckgraphische Werk: 1835: (Heinrich von Wittelsbach empfängt einen Ritter und schlägt die Krone aus.) Mit Remarquen. - 1837: (Ferdinand II. und Andreas Thonradtel.) - 1838: (Friedrich V. im Rettichfeld.) Mit Remarquen. (Mit einem Fleck im oberen Rand). - 1839: (Gustav Adolf von Schweden). Mit Remarquen. - 1841: Tilly in der Hallischen Vorstadt von Leipzig, beym Totengräber. Mit Remarquen. - 1842: Zischka. Wo sind die Feinde, die wir auf Euren Befehl umbringen sollen. Mit Remarquen. - 1843: Graf Seyn. Mit Remarquen. - 1844: Tezel durch einen vornehmen Sachsen um Geld und Zutrauen gebracht. Mit Remarquen. - 1844: Dito. Ohne Remarquen. - 1845: Streit zwischen Johann Sigismund Churfürsten von Brandenburg. Mit Remarquen. - 1851: (Wallenstein erhält ein Schreiben vom Kaiser.). - 973: Blatt aus den Mémoires des refugiés: (Le Maréchal de Schomberg ) Vor der Schrift, mit Remarquen. - Passepartouts: 29,5x21 cm. Pattgrösse zwischen 21x12,5 cm und 22x13,5 cm. Blattgrösse zwischen 24x17,5 cm und 26x14,5 cm.

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        Betrachtungen über die Erscheinung der Verjüngung in der Natur, insbesondere in der Lebens- und Bildungsgeschichte der Pflanze.

      Leipzig, W. Engelmann, 1851. - 4°. 1 nn. Bl., XVI, 363 S., m. 3 kolor. lithogr. Tafeln. HLwd., (etw. beschabt). Erste im Handel erschienene Ausgabe. Der Titel wurde erstmals 1849/50 in Freiburg als "Programm" veröffentlicht. - Pritzel 1095; Stafleu-C. 712. - Der deutsche Botaniker A. Braun (180ß5-1877) gilt als der Hauptvertreter der idealistischen vergleichenden Morphologie der Pflanzen. - Durchgehend etw. stockfl. u. etw. gebräunt, N. a. Vors. u. Tit. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelle Iconographie des Camellias Contenant les Figures et la Description des plus Rares, des plus Nouvelles et des plus Belles Variétés de ce Genre. 2 Vols. Tome IV & Tome V. First editions.

      Gand( Ghent), Belgium: Ambroise Verschaffelt-1852. 1851 - 16.5 x 24.5 cm. Quarter brown morocco and marbled boards, green morocco spine labels with gilt lettering. With 96 color lithographs. Sacheverell Sitwell, Great Flower Books,1700-1900, p. 161."The work is one of the rarest and greatest of the nineteenth-century camellia iconographies. The Verschaffelts were a family of nurserymen specializing in camellias and published this book really as a catalogue of newly introduced species and recently developed hybrids which were available from their nurseries" (De Belder). Published in monthly parts between 1848 and 1860, with each issue containing four plates. Complete and even nearly complete sets are very scarce, especially with complete plates in such good conditionCondition:Light wear and soiling to bindings, rubbing to extremities, some volumes with private library stamps on preliminary pages, light occasional foxing to tissue guards, light toning and occasional bit of offsetting to plates, all plates present with vibrant colors and no tears; very good.From the library of the great 19th Century tenor and rose cultivator Giulio Perotti .Giulio Perotti (* 13. März 1841 in Ueckermünde als Julius Prott; ? 28.Februar 1901 in Mailand) war ein deutscher Tenor, Opernsänger und Rosenzüchter.Giulio Perotti fue el nombre artístico de Julius Prott (Ueckermünde, Mecklemburgo-Pomerania Occidental, Alemania, 13 de marzo de 1841 - Milán, Italia, 28 de febrero de 1901), fue un tenor alemán.Giulio Perotti, real name Julius Prott (1841-1901), German opera singerThe Verschaffelts were a family of Belgian nurserymen specializing in camellias. They published the newly introduced species and hybrids in this very rare and monumental work from 1848-1860. It continues Lorenzo Berlèse's work Iconographie du genre Camellia. The fine plates were drawn by Bernard Léon, L. Stroobant and son. References: Nissen BBI 2056; Great flower books p. 85; Stafleu & Cowan 16.057. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Moby-Dick; or, The Whale.

      New York: Harper & Brothers; Richard Bentley, London, 1851 - Duodecimo. Original purple-brown cloth, publisher's devices and rules to each board in blind, titles to spine gilt, orange coated endpapers. Housed in a black quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Faint gift inscription ("For Cragin") to title page. Spine darkened to brown, spine ends, edges, and tips a little worn, short split to front hinge at head but text block sound, covers faded with two small marks to front cover, foxing to contents. A very good, unsophisticated copy. First American edition, in the first binding with orange endpapers and the publisher's device stamped centrally on the sides. The American edition was the first to appear under the familiar title and was set from Melville's original manuscript. The Whale, issued a month previously in London, was set from New York sheets, with Melville's alterations. The American edition contains some 35 passages and the epilogue, which were expunged from the English edition. BAL 13664; Grolier American 60; Johnson High Spots 57. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Fly Fishing in Salt & Fresh Water. With Six Plates, representing artificial Flies, etc. [Handcoloured]. [With a special chapter on Flyfishing in Connemara - Fly-Fishing Lough Ina, near Clifden, in Bertraghboy Bay, at the Skyard Rocks, at Deer Island and off the Isle of Mweenish and the Isle of Arran].

      London, John van Voorst. 1851 - First and only edition. Octavo. VIII, 74, (1) pages plus VI plates (including the frontispiece) of which V plates are beautifully handcoloured. Hardcover / Original publisher's blindstamped cloth. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. With some fraying to two pages. Unbelievably rare edition with the excellent handcoloured plates in fresh colours and overall excellent condition. The first book published on salt water Fly fishing !! With a special sketch on page 9 of the chapter that deals with Salmon. The sketch highlights the best fishery at Lough Ina, mentioning: "The Salmon are so numerous here, that i feel convinced that if the Fishery were preserved, it would afford the very best salmon-fishing in Europe" / The detailed accounts of fishing in Connemara are wonderful in this rather unknown and scarce publication: "In Ballynahinch Lake there is room for five boats, three good salmon stands from the shore and numerous stands for white trout from the shore" / With a special Appendix dealing with: Wax / Varnish for the Heads of the Flies / Fly-making Vices / To stain Feathers / The Phryganeae / The Ephemerae / To preserve Feathers from the Moth / Silk, Silk Lines and Gut / To preserve Silk Salmon-Lines / Loch Maree, Ross-shire / How to make a Landing-net from a square piece / Dogs rolling in the Dirt / Dies for staining Hackles for the Legs of Dun Flies / Connemara / To stain Gray Mallard Feathers for the Wings of the May-Fly / Sea-Fishing on the West Coast of Ireland / Isle of Arran / The Herring a good Sea-bait / Coast of Connemara / Mackerel-Fishing off the West Coast of Ireland / Fish Pudding / Angling in America / Nova Scotia /

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        Neueste Lateinische Grammatik aus Zumpt's Hinterlassenschaft

      Mauke Verlag 1851 - S. 148 Hardcover/Pappband, Mauke Verlag 1851, 148 Seiten, Ehem. Bibliotheksbuch mit den üblichen Änderungen einer Bibliothek wie Einträge - Kategorieaufkleber - usw., , Seiten innen: nachgedunkelt mit Gebrauchs-/Alterungsflecken, Buchschnitt nachgedunkelt, Einband aussen mit Gebrauchs-/Lagerspuren (intern: 59M/Braun - weißer BA (Tx-8)/Altdeutsch Antiquarisch/Ohne Titel am Buchrücken/HC-3) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 240

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        A Journey to the Tea Countries of China; Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea Hills; with a short notice of the East India Company's tea plantations in the Himalaya mountains.

      pp.xv, [i], map, 398, with additional engraved title page, 3 plates (incl. frontis) and further engravings in text. With 32 page John Murray Catalogue dated Nov. 1851. 8vo. Scattered foxing to plates and text. Overall contents in vg. condition. Two items removed at either end of vol., poss. publisher's notices. Replacement end-papers. Original green cloth binding with illus. on front board and lettering in gilt to spine, showing some wear; in vg. condition. Scarce.

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      Hursley, Hampshire, England: Not published, 1851. Four page letter, written entirely in the hand of and signed by John Keble. Written from Hursley Vicarage and dated October 14, 1857, it reads: My dear Sir, I thank you much for sending me the Inscription, + for mentioning the Window. It has occurred to me that for the subject or one of the subjects of the latter there might be something appropriate, if one could get it properly treated, in the Prophet Isaiah having his lips touched by a coal of fire from the alter in the hand of an angel c. vi. 6.7. But one is almost afraid to mention it - it would require such superior skill + feeling. If your artist could submit his design before execution to some such person as Mr. Butterfield, I should say, from experience, that he would be doing on of the best things he could for his work. I should wish to give a little (I cannot afford more) to the windows - will you kindly put me down for a guinea? I will you believe me, dear Sir, yours very truly, [signed] J Keble. I have mentioned it to Professor Reed." The Butterfiled referred to in the letter is undoubtedly William Butterfield (1814 - 1900) architect. Keble was an English clergyman and poet. J. H. Newman later called Keble's sermon of July 14 1833 as the beginning of the Oxford Movement. From 1836, he was the priest of a small Parish of Hursley, Hampshire. Three years after his death, Keble College at Oxford was established (Butterfield built the chapel).. Signed. No edition. Unbound. Very good+ condition.

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        Historia general y natural de las Indias, islas y tierra firme del mar océano

      Four volumes: cxii+632,[1] pages with five plates; vii+511+[2 errata] pages with three plates (two of which are folding maps); viii+651+[2] pages two plates (of which one is a map); viii+619+[1 errata] pages plus five plates (of which one is a color folding map). Folio (13" x 9 1/2") bound in quarter leather with five raised spine bands decorated in gilt and red labels in gilt lettering over brown boards. Deckle edges. (Palau, 89532; Sabin 57990) First edition.Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes (August 1478 - 1557) was a Spanish historian and writer who united a classical humanistic education with extensive experience in the New World. As a youth he entered the service of Alphonso of Aragon, nephew of Ferdinand the Catholic and soon afterward he became a page of Prince John, the son of Ferdinand and Isabella. Throughout his life he retained close contacts with the royal court. He was present at the return of Christopher Columbus in 1493. He traveled and studied in Italy. He went to the New World in 1514 in the expedition of Padrarias Davila as supervisor of gold smelting. During his life he held many offices in the New World--regidor of Nuestra Senora de la Antigua, governor o Cartagena, regidor and alcalde o the fortress of Santo Domingo--and he crossed the ocean a dozen times. Oviedo's humanistic curiosity led him to note down the novelties of the land, nature, and peoples of the New World, as well as the history of the discovery and conquest. He began to write his Historia general y natural de las Indias during the second stay in the Indies (1520-1521). In 1526 he published a brief work which is known as the Sumario de la natural historia de las Indias. It gained him the attention of the Emperor, who appointed him official Chronicler of the Indies in 1532. All the authorities of the Indies were obliged to send him whatever relations and information he requested. He did a large part of his writing in Santo Domingo. The first nineteen books of his Historia general y natural de las Indias were printed in Seville in 1535. The twentieth book did not appear until 1557, perhaps because of the bitter opposition of the influential Bishop Las Casas. The complete fifty books of the history were printed only in 1851-55. No complete English translation of the Historia was ever published. For the ethnohistorian Oviedo's Historia is one of the most valuable of the early chronicles. He is especially important for southern Middle America, where he had considerable personal experience. For other areas he used many firsthand sources which are now lost to us. The strongest criticism that has been directed against him is that he followed his sources uncritically and is a more a chronicler than historian. But because of his interest in all aspects of the New World, he recorded much that is of interest to the student of Indian life at the time of Contact. Of particular interest for Middle America are books 28-35 and 40-43, but there are also valuable ethnological data in the books devoted to natural history. (Handbook of Middle American Indians volume 13).Condition:Some age toning to plates else a very good to fine copy.

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        Derbend-Nameh, or a History of Derbend;: translated from a select Turkish version and published with the texts and with notes, illustrative of the history, geography, antiquities &c &c.

      St. Petersburg Imperial Academy of Sciences 1851 - A history of the city of Derbend, or Derbent, in Daghestan. Strategically located between the Caucasus and the Caspian, the historically Iranian city controlled the trade routes between Eurasia and the Middle East. Bound in modern blue half calf over cloth, gilt ornaments with purple lettering piece in compartments on spine, edges uncut; minor spotting, original wrappers bound in after last leaf. A very good copy. First edition 4to, pp. [xviii], [iii]-xxiii, [3]-245; Turkish characters in the text.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Floral Poems: with Pictures in the Flowers

      London: Ackermann and Co, 1851. First edition of this scarce hand-colored fantasy, a whimsical combination of two Victorian obsessions: floriography and fairies. Each verse invokes the unique traits of a particular flower in an appeal to the poet's Valentine: the Rose, the Hyacinth, Woodbine, the Pink and the Passionflower, the Tulip, and the Heart's Ease. In the brightly detailed color plates, the featured flowers serve as the setting for a miniature love story played out by a pair of fairies, accompanied by a mischievous Cupid nocking an arrow in his bow. The plates are unsigned, although the paintings recall the work of Jane Elizabeth Giraud, illustrator of Flowers of Shakespeare (1845) and Flowers of Milton (1846). OCLC locates five copies worldwide, only one in the United States (Morton Arboretum Special Collections). A beautiful and unusual color plate book, published by the premier English lithographer of the day. Quarto, modern half green morocco lettered in gilt over abstract floral green and pink marbled boards, pale green endpapers, all edges gilt. Title page printed in red and purple. Six full-page hand-colored lithographs highlighted in gilt, each interleaved with a blank page and page of text, printed on versos only. Small, neat repair to corner of one plate, not affecting image.

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        The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, Poems of William Shakspere, edited by Charles Knight

      Knight, London 1851 - 6 vols. Original full vellum, gilt decorations, discolouration and some marks, red spine labels, one defective. AEG. A good handsomely and stoutly bound set in the original binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nile Notes of a Howadji.

      Harper and Brothers. New York 1851 - First edition. Original green cloth, gilt illustration and lettering at front cover. Author's first book and travel narrative of his journey into the Levant from 1846-1850. This copy inscribed and signed by the author at front free endpaper "for Charles Eames, Esq. (Nashville Union) with compliments of the author." Also includes a handwritten letter signed by Curtis to Eames with original New York Tribune envelope tipped to front pastedown. The letter is four pages, one large sheet folded and includes excellent literary and travel content. Curtis discusses the reception of his book by the critics, citing Leah Hunt and Washington Irving and his dismay at the negative reviews given by religious weekly editors for "sundry passages". Curtis continues in his letter to express his interest in two books due to be out by Charles Kingsley and Bayard Taylor as well as other literary ramblings. Charles Eames, the receiver of this inscribed volume was a government diplomat as well as a newspaper editor. In 1845 he was appointed by President Polk to be commissioner to the Sandwich Islands. In 1850 he returned and edited the Nashville Union for six months, after which he edited The Washington Union. After several years of journalism, he was appointed minister to Venezuela by President Pierce, and remained there until 1857, when he resigned and returned to Washington, where he practiced his profession until his death. During the last five years of his life, he attained a high reputation as an admiralty lawyer and for his knowledge of international law. Very Good copy, spine cloth sunned and worn down at ends, some foxing to pages. 0.0 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        THE CIRCULAR.

      1851 - Fifty-two folio newspapers (a complete set for the first year of publication) of the utopian community periodical, The Circular. 268pp. of 4-column printed text including index. Unbound but stitched together with 2 leaves of blank newsprint at the front and back. While leading utopian communities at Oneida, New York and Putney, Vermont, John Humphrey Noyes edited several newspapers over the course of his career. This particular newspaper succeeded the Free Church Circular (1847 - 1851), which was printed at Oneida. Following a fire that destroyed his printing press, Noyes set up a new print shop in Brooklyn and began this new publication, The Circular, in November 1851. During its first year, the newspaper was issued on a weekly basis and then on a semi-weekly basis in subsequent years. This complete set of issues for the first year appears to have been readied for binding that ultimately did not occur. It contains articles, stories, letters, reviews and hymns that emphasize Noyes' utopian brand of spiritualism, free love and communism in the mid-19th century. Light dampstain to upper left hand corner of some issues but otherwise clean and wholly intact.

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        REYES CONTEMPORÁNEOS. BIOGRAFÍAS DE TODOS LOS SOBERANOS Y PRÍNCIPES HASTA EL AÑO DE 1850. 3 TOMOS

      - Madrid,1851. Imp. De de La Publicidad-Rivadeneyra. Media piel con nervios y dorados en lomera. 496 + 583 + 670pp., 30x23cm. Ilustrado con litografías en b/n. Buen estado. (Vitrina San José) HISTORIA

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        LE PHARE DE NEW YORK. Journal français des deux mondes

      E. Masseras 1851/52, s/l - Se publicaron 4 volúmenes. Disponemos dos volúmenes encuadernados en un tomo. Vol. I: 10 mayo 1851 a Nº 26, 1º nov, 1851. Vol. II Nº 1, 8 noviembre 1851 a Nº 26, 24 abril 1852. 312 + 312 pp páginas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Parerga und Paralipomena: kleine philosophische Schriften. 2 Bände.

      Berlin, Druck und Verlag von A. W. Hayn, 1851. - Erste Ausgabe; als einzige von Schopenhauer selbst besorgt. - Gedruckt in nur 750 Exemplaren. - „Schopenhauer erhielt 10 Freiexemplare auf Velin, aber kein Honorar" (Grisebach). - Mit diesem Werk, besonders den enthaltenen „Aphorismen zur Lebensweisheit", gelang Schopenhauer der Durchbruch zum philosophischen Erfolg und zur Anerkennung als Klassiker der deutschen Sprache. - Einbände beschabt u. bestoßen. Rückenkanten angebrochen. Innendeckeln m. Spur entfernter Exlibris‘. Vorsatzbll. gestempelt. Tlw. leichte Knickspuren. Unterschiedlich (bes. Ränder stärker) gebräunt u. stock- bzw. braunfleckig. - Grisebach S. 23; Borst 2446; Hübscher 43; Ziegenfuß II, 485. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. 3 Bll., 465 (1); IV, 531 S., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. etw. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückentitel. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        London Labour and the London Poor. Vols. I & II

      London 1851 - 2 vols.: iv, [2], 492; 432, 192 p. 25 cm. 28 illustrations in book I and 33 in book II. 15 maps and numerous tables. Blue cloth hardcovers. Some wear, especially to corners. Vol. I has remains of label at spine tail. Binding detached from text block in vol. II. Chip from bottom corner of vol. I p. 75. Small tears at top of vol. II pp. 289, 379-382 when cut. Title continues: "A Cyclopaedia of the Condition and Earnings of Those That Will Work, Those That Cannot Work, and Those That Will Not Work." Set consists of volumes I and II and the first 192 pages of vol. III which have been bound at the end of vol. II. Mayhew's social research is a very serious work of Victorian journalism. The author observed, documented, and described the state of the working people in London for a series of articles in a newspaper, the Morning Chronicle. The books make fascinating reading today, showing how precarious many people's lives were, despite living in one of the richest cities in the world. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Original-Feder- und Bleistiftzeichnung: " Das Todtengräbers Häuschen, in der Rosenstraße in Hamburg beim großen Brande 184, in der Nacht vom 7. auf den 8. Mai, als das Feuer.

      1851 - (.am heftigsten wüthete, mitten unter den Flammen, wunderbar verschon geblieben; ein ewiges Wahrzeichen dieser unvergeßlichen Begebenheit ). Feder- und Bleistift--Originalzeichnung von Ernst Meyer aus dem Jahr 1851 mit untenstehendem von ihm handgeschriebenem Text mit der Feder in Tinte. Rechts unten mit *E. Meyer, 1851 * monogrammiert und datiert. Vor dem Totengräber-Häuschen allerlei Passanten, ein Klavier, im Bildhintergrund bei der zerstörten St. Gertrudenkapelle sind die Aufräum- und Aufbauarbeiten nach der Feuersbrunst iin vollem Gang. Bildgröße 17 x 22 cm / Blattgröße: 31,5 x 36,5 cm. Das Blatt etwas fleckig, leicht fingerfleckig. ( Literatur: Rump: Hamburgisches Künstlerverzeichnis, Seite 298 u.a. ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Renseignements sur l'Afrique Centrale et sur une Nation d'Hommes a queue qui s'y trouverait, d'apres le Rapport des Negres du Soudan, Esclaves a Bahia

      Paris: Chez P. Bertrand, 1851. 1st ed. Paperback. Very Good. 4 plates (including a map), 63p. plus a total of 15 pages of publisher's advertisements at end. Original green wrapper. 23cm. Cover shows moderate wear. Large blank corner torn off a two text leaves. Contents otherwise sound and clean (except for the the publisher's advertisements which are foxed). French text. "Vocabulaires de plusiers langues du Soudan" at pages 49-60 lists words in "francais, haoussa, filani, courami and java"

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