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        Instituciones de Derecho Mercantil de España. Segunda edición

      Barcelona, Imprenta de Don Joaquín Verdaguer, s. a. (1852). 4to.; 4 hs., 408 pp. Cubiertas de salida, en papel, originales.

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        Emaux et camées EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Eugène Didier, 1852. Fine. Eugène Didier, Paris 1852, 9x14,5cm, relié. - Edition on current paper. Bound in red half shagreen, flat spine decorated with double nets cold boards marbled, endpapers and contreplats paper bowl, very lightly bumped corners without gravity, contemporary binding. Some small foxing, ex-dono pen on the half-title page. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Reliure en demi chagrin rouge, dos lisse orné de doubles filets à froid, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, coins très légèrement émoussés sans gravité, reliure de l'époque. Quelques petites rousseurs, ex-dono à la plume sur la page de faux-titre.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Contes et facéties EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Giraud & Dagneau, 1852. Fine. Giraud & Dagneau, Paris 1852, 9,5x16cm, relié. - Very rare first edition of wich no leading copies exists, this copy is the First printing, and no mention at the right publisher, and Giraud Dagneau. Binding to bradel half indigo calico corners, smooth back with a gold floral pattern, double fillet and Date gilded tail piece as black shagreen boards marbled papers, very fragile blankets kept marginally restored. Some minor foxing as usual. Difficult to meet in good conditions which is the case for this copy as we cross this book often dive and cover is fragile hue (Cf Clouzot). Rare. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Très rare édition originale dont il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers, notre exemplaire étant du tout premier tirage, sans mention et chez le bon éditeur, Giraud et Dagneau. Reliure à la bradel en demi percaline indigo à coins, dos lisse orné d'un motif floral doré, double filet et date dorés en queue, pièce de titre de chagrin noir, plats de papiers marbrés, très fragiles couvertures conservées restaurées marginalement. Quelques petites rousseurs comme habituellement. Difficile à rencontrer en belle condition ce qui est le cas pour notre exemplaire car l'on croise cet ouvrage souvent piqué et la couverture est de teinte fragile (Cf Clouzot). Rare.

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        Collection of 15 Mid-Nineteenth Century Pamphlets and Reports on the Deaf and Dumb

      Albany, Hartford, etc., 1852. Numerous tables and charts of sign language, two leaves of raised type printing. 2 vols. 8vo. Contemporary half calf and marbled boards. Very good (some toning; head of one volume defective). Numerous tables and charts of sign language, two leaves of raised type printing. 2 vols. 8vo. A comprehensive portrait of the state of American education and care for the deaf and mute at mid-century. Comprising: 1) Thirty-Second Annual Report and Documents of the New-York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. Frontispiece Alphabet for the Deaf & Dumb. [ii], 262, [1, errata] pp. Albany: Charles van Benthuysen, 1851. 2) Proceedings ofthe Second Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb; Held at the American Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, Hartford, Conn., On the 27th, 28th, and 29th August, 1851. 208, [1, errata] pp. Hartford: Press of Case, Tiffany and Company, 1851. 3) American Annals of the Deaf and Dumb. Vol. V., No. 1. October 1852. Statistics of the Deaf and Dumb. 64 pp. 4) Twenty-Fifth Annual Report of the Trustees and Superintendant of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum of the State of Ohio. Frontispiece and two plates of the alphabet. 48 pp. Columbus: S. Medary, 1852. 5) Thirty-Sixth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Asylum for the Education and Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. 32 pp. Hartford: Press of Case, Tiffany and Company, 1852. 6) The Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Alphabet facing title. 26, [2] pp. Philadelphia: Crissy & Markley, 1852. 7) 2 plates, Alphabet of the Deaf of Dumb; leafof raised type: Specimens of Type (selection from Isaiah 35:5-6); leaf in French: M. Valentin Haüy, ayant vu ... 8) Death of Mr. Tyler [Caption title]. Frontispiece of the Virginia Institution. Tributes and Obituary of Rev. Joseph D. Tyler, [2] leaves, text on rectos only. [Staunton, Virginia, 1852]. 9) Report of the Board of Visitors of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institution, 1851. 35 pp. [Virginia, 1851]. 10) Third Annual Report of the Board of Commissioners for the Georgia Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb. Frontispiece alphabet. 27 pp. Macon: Printed by Benjamin F. Griffin, 1852. 11) Twenty-eighth Annual Report of the Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb. Manual alphabet frontispiece. 30 pp. Frankfort: A.G. Hodges, 1851. 12) The Second Biennial Report of the Board of Trustees of the Tennessee Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, to the Legislature of the State of Tennessee, for 1846-7. Two-page alphabet, printed on one side only, 37 pp. Nashville: W.F. Bang & Co. Banner Office, 1847. 13) Sevent Annual Report of the Trustees and Superintendant of the Indiana Asylum for Educating the Deaf and Dumb. With two-page alphabet 49 pp. Indianapolis: J.P. Chapman, State Printer, 1851. 14) Second Biennial Report of the President and Directors of the Illinois Asylum for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, for the years 1847-48. 35 pp. Springfield: Charles B. Lanphier, 1849. 15) PEET, Harvey P. Report on the Education of the Deaf and Dumb in the Higher Branches of Learning. 30 pp. New-York: Printed by James Egbert, 374 Pearl Street, 1852.

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        Natural-historia för hemmet och skolan. Beskrifningar och afbildningar af föremål utur alla naturens riken. Efter tillförlitliga källor bearbetad. Med öfver 400 kolorerade figurer [Natural history for home and school. Descriptions and depictions of things from all realms of nature. Arranged from dependable sources. With more than 400 coloured figures].

      1852 - Stockholm, N. Marcus, (1852)-53. Oblong-folio. (2),101 pp. & XXXIV hand coloured lithographed plates. Two volumes in contemporary nice green cloth-backed boards with marbled paper on covers. Corners bumped. Insert loose from inner joint in atlas volume. Foxing in the beginning and end of insert. A few minor spots, some plates slightly browned. Plate XXXIII somewhat cut at bottom. From the library of the Swedish landscape painter Gunnar Brusewitz.Published in four parts by Huldbergs in Stockholm. The atlas part contains coloured lithographic plates made from foreign originals. The Swedish book historian Björn Dal writes: "The colouring is made with Huldberg's own method, poor as always; the sandpiper is green and the eider has light blue wings. Some of the plates show curious combinations of animals and natural scenery, on plate XIX are for example a golden peasant, a turkey, a quail, a dove, an ostrich, a cassowary and the extinct dodo depicted together in a desert landscape with a palm tree". (Our translation). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Richard Owen, F.R.S. Mezzotint portrait (proof) by William Walker after the portrait by Henry W. Pickersgill

      London, 1852. Owen, Richard (1804-92). Richard Owen, F.R.S. Mezzotint portrait (proof) by William Walker (1791-1867) after the portrait by Henry W. Pickersgill (1782-1875). London, Jan. 1, 1852. Plate mark measures 423 x 336 mm. Archivally framed; frame measures 640 x 538 mm. Area around portrait and caption a bit toned, but fine otherwise. Excellent portrait of paleontologist and zoologist Richard Owen, superintendent of the Natural History department of the British Museum, and one of Darwin?s foremost adversaries. The image was engraved by William Walker, known for his mezzotint portraits of famous Victorians, after the portrait of Owen by H. W. Pickersgill, one of the most notable portraitists of his day. The original portrait, painted in 1845, was presented by Dr. G. L. Roupell to St. Bartholomew?s Hospital in London in the early 1850s.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      O. O., 19. XI. [1852]. - ¼ S. Gr.-8vo. Mit Siegelspur und signierter Adresse. An Marie Schrader in Potsdam, „Leipzigerstraße 87, a": „Ich bin nicht bloss durch mein 83jähriges Alter, sondern mehr noch durch meine Stellung von allen Geschäften entfernt, und kann daher Ew Wohlgeb Wunsch nicht erfüllen. Alle Geschäfte gehen durch Herrn Geh. Cabinetts Rath Illaire". - Ernst Emil Illaire (1797-1866) war seit 1844 Geheimer Kabinettsrat von König Friedrich Wilhelm IV. - Etwas braunfleckig und knittrig, rechter Rand leicht beschnitten.

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        Commodore Perry meeting the imperial Commissioners of Yokuhama" originale Lithographie über Tonplatte ca.15x23cm (Darstellung/image size) von Sarony nach W. T. Peters auf Kunstdruck-Karton (21x28cm) unterhalb der

      - Darstellung typographisch betitelt und bezeichnet; aus: "Narrative of the expedition of an american squadron to China Seas and Japan, performed in the years 1852, 1853 and 1854 under the command of Commodore M. C. Perry, United States Navy, by order of the government of the United States." A. O. P. Nicholson Washington 1856 [Die dekorative Lithographie stammt aus dem 1856 in den USA erschienenen Werk über die Expedition der U.S. Navy unter dem Kommando Matthew C. Perry's (1794 - 1858) in das Chinesische Meer und nach Japan in den Jahren 1852-54. Ziel des Unterfangens war der Versuch Japan aus seiner politischen und wirtschaftlichen Isolationspolitik mit Hilfe von "Gunboat Diplomacy" zu lösen. Um diesen ersten Einblick in das abgeschottete Land festzuhalten, begleiteten die Künstler Peter Bernhard Wilhelm Heine (1827 in Dresden - 1885 in Kötzschenbroda) und Eliphalet Brown (1816 - 1886) in dieser Zeit die Expedition. Des weiteren war der Schriftsteller Bayard Taylor (1825 in Kennett Square - 1878 in Berlin) zugegen. Die Reiseroute verlief von Norfolk (Virginia) über Madeira, St. Helena, Kapstadt, Mauritius, Ceylon, Singapur, Macao, Hong Kong und Shanghai zum japanischen Festland und seinen Inseln.] Das Dekorative Blatt zeigt wohl eine der entscheidensten Szenen des Unterfangens. Am 8. März 1853 kommen schlussendlich Verhandlungen zwischen der amerikanischen Delegation unter Leitung Commodore Matthew C. Perry's (Im Vordergrund stehend.) und zwei Vertretern des japanischen Kaisers (Im Zelt sitzend) zustande. Flankiert wird die Gesandtschaft von US Marine-Soldaten und Marines. Der Vertrag wurde am 31. März ratifiziert. Die seltene Ansicht unten links am Rand mit leichtem Eselsohr.

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        Life in Bombay, and the Neighbouring Out-stations

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1852. Octavo. Original pinkish morocco-grained cloth, title gilt to the spine stylised floral devices, "Oriental" panelling in gilt and blind to the front board, in blind to the back, pale cream endpapers with advertisements. Two-tint lithographed frontispiece and eleven other similar plates, woodcut to the text, ad. leaf for Bentley's Railway Library bound in before the half-title. Somewhat rubbed, now sympathetically restored on the spine and at the corners, hinges neatly repaired, light browning throughout the plates somewhat more so and with some off-setting to the text, small piece torn from the lower corner of the title page, no loss of text, a very good copy. First edition. Uncommon, just 7 locations on COPAC - BL, NLS, Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, SOAS and V & A. "The public has been so long accustomed to contemplate India, either through the magic glass of imagination, as the land of gorgeous palaces and inexhaustible treasures, or through the scarcely less deceptive halo of military glory as the battle-field of contending armies and opposing dynasties; that we feel some serious misgivings, whilst we invite them to survey her with the natural eye, as she really is, in these sober days of peace, when the 'hurly-burly' of our battles lost and won has died away, and all that now is heard to remind us of them, is an occasional; shot resounding through the Khyber Pass, and re-echoed from the far-distant mountains of Affghanistan" (Preface). The author is no doubt sincere, but slightly premature, in his desire to offer a comprehensive view of the Bombay presidency as part of a perfectly pacified India. An excellent descriptive and visual record of the period. Armorial bookplate of John Cornwall and booklabel of John Wolfran Cornwall (1870-1947) to the front pastedown. John Wolfran Cornwall was born in Dehra, India and attended Trinity College, Cambridge, obtaining a BA in 1891 and a MB, BC and MA in 1895. He took his MD in 1900. Cornwall entered the Indian Medical Service in 1896 and rose to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. He served as Professor of Hygiene at Madras Medical College, Chennai, India, from 1903-1906, and director of the Pasteur Institute of India, Coonoor, Tamil Nadu, India, from 1906 until his retirement in 1926. In 1927 he was awarded a CIE. The engraved armorial bookplate could belong to either his grandfather, Rear Admiral John Cornwall (1795-1870) or of his uncle John Cornwall (1826-1860). Inked ownership inscription of Augusta Wilder, née Smith, to the front pastedown. An attractive and pleasingly-provenanced copy.

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        Memoirs Of Extraordinary Popular Delusions And The Madness Of Crowds. Second Edition (With Numerous Additional Engravings). Vol I And Volume 2

      Office Of The National Illustrated Library, London 1852 - Second Edition, 1852, With Many Dozens Of New Illustrations Throughout The Text. Viii,303; Vi, 322 Pp. Brown Cloth, Covers Blindstamped With Lettering And Elaborate Design, Spine With Gilt Lettering And Elaborate Designs, Top Edge Of Vol I Is Gilt, Top Edge Of Vol Ii With Brown Topstain, Original Yellow Endpapers With Ads On All Endpapers Of Vol. I. Very Clean, No Names Or Marks, Gilt Still Brilliant; Fraying To Cloth At Corners, Across Top And Bottom Edges Of Spines, And Tear Along Most Of Rear Spine Edge Of Volume Ii (Which Could Easily Be Strengthened). All Hinges Tight On Volume I, Hinges Cracked Through On Volume Ii, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: Bradbury & Evans, 1852. First Edition in Book Form n. Hardcover. 194 x 127 mm (7 5/8 x 5"). Two volumes. First Edition in Book Form. VERY PRETTY BROWN CRUSHED MOROCCO, ELABORATELY GILT, BY ZAEHNSDORF (stamp-signed on verso of front free endpaper), covers with a frame comprising plain and decorative gilt rules, an inlaid maroon morocco strap, and ornate gilt cornerpieces of many small floral tools on a stippled background, raised bands, spines densely gilt in compartments with floral branches radiating from a central circle, the background stippled and with small circlets, delicate floral frame on turn-ins, leather hinges, olive and gold silk jacquard endleaves, top edges gilt. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED WITH 179 ENGRAVED PLATES, most of them portraits, others being views of palaces or London street scenes (the plates listed alphabetically on printed leaves following the Table of Contents, this listing obviously prepared either for this copy alone or else for a very limited number of copies). Front pastedowns with engraved armorial bookplate of Thomas McKean. A small nick to one board, otherwise just a hint of use to the attractive, lustrous, and scarcely worn bindings; the majority of inserted plates foxed (two dozen of them noticeably so), variable offsetting from engraved material, otherwise excellent internally. This is a very attractively bound and extensively extra-illustrated copy of the biography of Eleanor ("Nell") Gwyn (1650-87), an orange-seller and actress who became the most famous of Charles II's mistresses. Despite being illiterate, she was a successful comedienne, and she meant so much to the king that he is reported to have said on his deathbed, "Don't let poor Nelly starve." She died of apoplexy only two years after the king. Cunningham's account originally appeared in "The Gentleman's Magazine" in 1851 and then was published for the first time in book form by Bradbury & Evans in 1852. Born in Pest, Hungary, Joseph Zaehnsdorf (1816-86) served his apprenticeship in Stuttgart, worked at a number of European locations as a journeyman, and then settled in London, where he was hired first by Westley and then by Mackenzie before opening his own workshop in 1842. His son and namesake took over the business at 33, when the senior Joseph died, and the firm flourished under the son's leadership, becoming a leading West End bindery. Over the years, Zaehnsdorf employed a considerable number of distinguished binders, including the Frenchman Louis Genth (who was chief finisher from 1859-84), and trained a number of others, including Roger de Coverly and Sarah Prideaux. A family-run business until 1947, the Zaehnsdorf bindery continued to produce consistently attractive, tasteful, and innovative designs executed with unfailing skill.

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        Gothaischer Genealogischer Hofkalender [Hof-Kalendar] nebst diplomatisch-statistischem Jahrbuche 1852 (x2), 1854, 1861, 1862, 1864

      Gotha: Justus Perthes. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1852. First Edition. Cloth. Publisher's decorative cloth stamped in blind and with titles in gilt on spine, printed yellow endpapers, in publisher's original dust-wrappers with printed paper spine labels; pagination varies. The books are all near fine, with some scattered internal foxing and offsetting and occasional minor ink notations; the jackets are very good or better, with minor chipping at the edges and spine tips; the front flap for 1862 is missing ; the 1864 volume has the original price printed on the spine label and a contemporary bookseller ticket affixed to the front pastedown; Attractive, and scarce in the wrappers. .

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        Averroès et l'averroïsme. Essai historique.

      Paris, Auguste Durand, 1852, - in-8, demi-chagrin vert foncé, dos à nerfs, reliure de l'époque, VII + 367 pp. Edition originale rare de la thèse de Renan, tirée à 500 exemplaires et qui constitue son premier livre. Coiffes un peu frottées. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Paris: Victor Lecou, 1852. Fine. Victor Lecou, Paris 1852, 12,5x18cm, relié. - first edition. Bound in red half leather Russia, back smoothes decorated with double gilded nets, corners slightly rubbed, read the time. Precious autograph signed Théophile Gautier Balquin Monsieur des Essarts on the half-title page. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en demi cuir de Russie rouge, dos lisse orné de double filets dorés, coins très légèrement frottés, relire de l'époque. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Théophile Gautier à Monsieur Balquin des Essarts sur la page de faux-titre.

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        The Nestorians and Their Rituals: With the Narrative of a Mission to Mesopotamia and Coordistan in 1842-1844, and of a Late Visit to Those Countries in 1850; also, Researches into the Present Condition of the Syrian Jacobites, Papal Syrians, and Chaldeans, and an Inquiry into the Religious Tenets of the Yezeedees

      Joseph Masters, London 1852 - 2 vols. illustrations (including 11 tinted plates, two frontises, and 2 linen folding maps), index (to Vol. I but not Vol. II), xxiv, 448, xiii, 426p. plus 52p. publisher's catalog dated October, 1851. Original purple cloth. 23cm. Backstrip faded to brown. Splitting along joints. Appears to have been completely or partially rebacked with most of original backstrips present. Inner hinges stiff (new free endpapers partially pasted down). Former owner's name. Note in one of the volumes indicates that this set was purchased from us sometime in the past and then had work done on it by a binder in Athens. Folding maps creased several times and misfolded. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Obras literarias de D. Sinibaldo de Mas.

      Imprenta y Estereotipia de M. Rivadeneyra 1852 - 4º, (234x156mm.).- Parte 1: [6], 249, 8, 8, [8], [4] p.;Sistema musical de la lengua castellana. 4ª edicion, aumentada, corregida y simplificada; Memoria sobre la empolladura artificial de huevos de gallina en Egipto (copiada del Diario de la Sociedad Asiática de Bengala, del mes de Enero 1839, nº 85, art. IV., en inglés, con [1] h. de lám. pleg.); L'Idéographie: Mémoire sur la posibilité et la facilité de former une écriture générale au moyen de laquelle tous les peuples puissent s'entendre mutuellement sans que les uns connaissent la langue des autres. 2e. éd. corr. et augm.; Spécimen de vocabulaire ideographique-français. Français-ideographique; Spécimen de vocabulaire ideographique; [grabados con la musicalidad de los ideogramas]. Parte 2: 175, [3]-135, [1] p., La Eneida de Virgilio. Traducida al castellano; Aristodemo, tragedia. 2ª edición (precedida de unas breves observaciones sobre esa tragedia y sobre el drama en general); Nicea, tragedia; Poesías líricas. 2ª edicion, limada y disminuida; Despachos. Memoria sobre el estado del reino de Grecia remitida á fines de 1834 al Excmo. Sr. primer Secretario de Estado y del Despacho.- Cubiertas mudas de papel de aguas, protegidas por un forro de papel vegetal. Sin desbarbar. Pequeña rasgadura en portada reparada con cello. Mancha de humedad en el cuarto inferior de las últimas cincuenta páginas de la segunda parte.- // La obra de Sinibaldo de Más es tan inclasificable como el propio Sinibaldo: alumno aventajado en lenguas hasta provocar la admiración de Félix Torres Amat antes de haber cumplido 20 años, llegó a manejar una veintena de ellas, proponiendo una nueva métrica para la poesía en castellano a partir de una teoría sobre la música de esa lengua, mostrando su eficacia traduciendo a su compás la 'Eneida' y el 'Ars poetica' de Virgilio. Viajero en Grecia, Egipto, Arabia, India, China y Filipinas, ejerció, primero por vocación y luego por encargo, de informante sobre la situación socioeconómica de los países por los que iba pasando [la amistad con Torres Amat le acercó a Martínez de la Rosa, buen lingüista, que llegaría a encargarle (cfr. I, p. 6-8) que aprovechase su paso por la India para informarse sobre el sánscrito,y tener en cuenta al pasar por Egipto y Arabia lo recogido en los viajes de Niebuhr y de Bruce (1)]. Mas remitió desde Grecia un informe sobre su situación alabado todavía hoy por su calidad, publicó en inglés en una revista de Calcuta un detallado informe el sistema egipcio que había visto para el empolle de los huevos de gallina (que permitía multiplicar la producción), y mantuvo al día al gobierno (hasta ser nombrado consul) de la situación en Shangai y de los problemas existentes en Filipinas. Con el tiempo volvió a China como embajador y fruto del encuentro con su escritura pictográfica, publicó en francés en Macao una memoria proponiendo una escritura ideográfica común para todas las lenguas, acreditando su eficacia con la transcripción de textos del inglés, alemán, euskera, indí, tágalo, turco, japonés o del latín, entre otras. A tantas aficiones Mas añadía la poesía dramática y la caligrafía, para la que publicó sendas artes de letra española y letra inglesa en 1860, después de haberse desvivido por promover la unión 'legal y pacífica' de España y Portugal, con una obra que tuvo 3 ediciones en portugués y 5 en castellano, la última en 1868. La primera versión de estas 'Obras literarias', titulada 'Pout-pourri literario', tuvo dos partes impresas una en Manila, 1845, y la otra en Madrid, Ribadeneyra, 1846. El cambio del lugar de impresión, debido al regreso de Mas a España, ha dado lugar a que se hable de dos ediciones, una filipina y otra española, sin que sea así. Esta reedición de 1852, de nuevo en dos partes (que en este ejemplar se encuentran reunidas) presenta la peculiaridad de que el cuerpo de la segunda parte incorpora ejemplares de restos de ediciones de algunos de los textos compilados.- // (1) Véanse nuestras refs. C - 0176 y C - 0177. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Christmas with the Poets

      London - David Bogue 1852 - A collection of festive carols and poems from numerous authors. Illustrated with a coloured frontispiece and tinted vignettes by Birket Foster. Signed by Birket Foster to the front free-endpaper. With contributions by George Wither, Shakespeare, Thomas Tusser, William Thackeray and many others. The poems span from the anglo-Norman period to the present time. Condition: In a green morocco binding with gilt detailing. Externally, rubbed, with some slight wear to the extremities. Front joint very tender, and board may detach in the post despite careful packing, and rear hinge starting. Internally, binding tender, with many pages detached due to gutta percha binding. Pages are bright, though with a few scattered handling marksthroughout. Overall: GOOD ONLY. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les papillons métamorphoses terrestres des peuples de l'air EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Gabriel de Gonet, 1852. Fine. Gabriel de Gonet, Paris 1852, 18,5x26cm, 2 volumes reliés. - First Edition. Binders black half shagreen, back on four bands set with black netting, slight rubbing on the jaw minor, flat black cardboard, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, lower corner blunt, binders of the time. Illustrated book of 35 boards inset hand-colored figures and in-text wood. Some small minor foxing mainly affecting the guards. Rare copy of one of the most beautiful romantic illustrated. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliures en demi chagrin noir, dos à quatre nerfs sertis de filets noirs, légers frottements sans gravité sur les mors, plats de cartonnage noir, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, un coin inférieur émoussé, reliures de l'époque. Ouvrage illustré de 35 planches hors-texte coloriées à la main ainsi que de figures in-texte sur bois. Quelques petites rousseurs sans gravité affectant essentiellement les gardes. Rare exemplaire de l'un de plus beaux illustrés romantiques.

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      Stab. Tipogr. Carini 1852-1863 In - 8 p. (mm. 214x142), 12 voll. in 11 tomi, mz. pelle coeva, filetti e tit. oro al dorso, ca. 300 pp. cad. L?opera è suddivisa per epoche: Primitiva - Greca - Sicula - Romana - Cristiana - Saracena - Normanna - Svevo - Angioina - Aragonese - Castigliana. Termina con: Appendici all?epoca Castigliana (secolo XV e seguenti). "Prima edizione". Cfr. Moncada Lo Giudici, p. 488: ?L?A., gesuita, nato a Caltagirone nel 1789, morì a Palermo nel 1860. La sua opera più importante è una "Storia letteraria di Sicilia" in 12 voll., ma fu anche elegante latinista e membro di varie Accademie? - Mira,II, p. 118: ?I pregi di sì importante lavoro sono ben riconosciuti, e fa ben mestieri percorrerlo onde valutare giustamente quella profonda e piena conoscenza delle cose sicule, quella chiarezza di dettato che vi si ammirano. Che se la Storia del Narbone lascia, come tutte le cose umane, qualche cosa a desiderare, resterà tuttavolta monumento mirabile di studii e d?ingegno?. Con fiorit. ma buon esemplare. .

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        Supernatural Pamphlets

      1852-54., 1852. Five important pamphlets by a leader in the Spiritualist movement. Bound in contemporary full brown calf with gilt titles and ornate gilt decoration to spine, marbled endpapers and edges. 'The Approaching Crisis: Being A Review of Dr. Bushnell's Recent Lectures on Spiritualism', New York: Published by the Author, 1852, pp, 221, one of adverts. 'The Harmonial Man; Or Thoughts for the Age', Boston: Bela Marsh, 1853, pp. 129. 'The Philosophy of Spiritual Intercourse, Being an Exploration of Modern Mysteries', New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1854, pp. 176. 'The Philosophy of Special Providences: A Vision', Boston: Bela Marsh, 1853, pp. 55. 'Free Thoughts Concerning Religion; Or Nature Versus Theology', Boston: Bela Marsh, 1854, pp. 45. Some very occasional light spotting throughout the textblock, some dustiness to the edges, the paper has split along both inner joints but the binding is still tight and very sound. Moderate wear to the covers with rubbing and some bumping to the extremities and some marking to the boards, A very good copy of a fascinating work.

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        Port of Auckland, New Zealand. Sailing Directions, compiled by Thomas Kerr, Esq., Master of Her Majesty's Surveying Vessel Pandora

      Auckland:: Williamson & Wilson,. 1852.. First printing. Good + overall. Although the publication of this 4 page, locally printed, sailing directions for Auckland was advertised in the "New Zealander", it does not appear that the actual pamphlet is held by the National Library of New Zealand. See " The New Zealander ", Volume 8, Issue 687, 13 November 1852, Page 2 (See for newspaper reference.) No copies on OCLC. It wasn?'t until the 1840s, some years after New Zealand had been settled by British colonials, that the Port of Auckland was officially established. Shortly after the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840, Capt. William Hobson,(Lieut. Governor of the new British colony), selected Auckland as the first post-treaty capital specifically because of its potential as a port. Auckland was chosen in order to satisfy the urgent need to establish a suitable capital and trading center. In spite of unsatisfactory wharf facilities located on large tidal mud flats, the township quickly expanded into a center for maritime trade. The detailed survey (the "Great Survey") of the New Zealand coast began in 1848 with the HMS Acheron, a steam paddle sloop under Captain Stokes, and the HMS Pandora under Captain Drury, and continued until 1856 when Britain recalled the ships. Much specific and useful information is included in the circular making Auckland a much safer harbor: "easiness of approach", tides, making land, descriptions of islands and island groups, channels, rocks, buoy locations, and capes. 8vo, 9 x 11 1/2", 4pp, folded. Elaborately printed with at least 8 different type fonts and wide margins. A few short splits at original folds, not affecting text. Obviously used with contemporary folds and period ink written title on one of the folds along with the words "beads" and "shot ", both with what looks like a price. There are also some penciled numbers that seem to be used for an addition. Not found in Trove.

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      Salt Lake City. 1852-1878.. Twenty volumes, detailed below. 20th-century cloth, gilt leather labels. Light to moderate wear and soiling, a few volumes with stained cloth, chipped labels. Institutional stamps on titlepages. Some light soiling and dampstaining. Good. A remarkable and nearly complete run of the early session laws of the Utah Territory, encompassing a number of early Salt Lake City imprints. The volume for the first session is, of course, the first collection of Utah Territory laws. It includes interesting statutes related to ranching, for example concerning brand books and enclosures. The acts of the fourth session did not appear separately, but is found only in the 1855 Acts, published in Great Salt Lake City by Joseph Cain, 1855, and present in this run. These volumes contain a wealth of information on Brigham Young and other Mormon pioneers, the incorporation of cities and counties, the building of roads, the establishment of industry, and all aspects of Utah life of the period. The laws encompass the founding of the territory, the Mormon War, the Civil War period, and the coming of the transcontinental railroad in 1869. The volumes are as follows: 1) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS, AND MEMORIALS, PASSED BY THE FIRST ANNUAL, AND SPECIAL SESSIONS, OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, BEGUN AND HELD AT GREAT SALK LAKE CITY, ON THE 22nd DAY OF September 2) ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS PASED AT THE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH.... Great Salt Lake City: George Hales, 1853. 168,[1]pp. McMURTRIE 19. 3) ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS PASSED AT THE THIRD ANNUAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH.... Great Salt Lake City: Arieh C. Brower, 1854. 39,[1]pp. McMURTRIE 22. 4) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS, PASSED AT THE SEVERAL ANNUAL SESSIONS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH.... Great Salt Lake City: Joseph Cain, 1855. 460pp. McMURTRIE 27. 5) RESOLUTIONS, ACTS AND MEMORIALS PASSED AT THE FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH: CONVENED AT FILLMORE CITY, DEC. 11, 1855. Great Salt Lake City. 1855. 51pp. McMURTRIE 32. 6) ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, DURING THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION, 1856-7.... Great Salt Lake City: James McKnight, 1857. 211pp. McMURTRIE 34. 7) ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH: EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION - FOR THE YEARS 1858-9. ALSO MEMORIALS TO CONGRESS. Great Salt Lake City: J. McKnight, 1859. 39,ii pp. McMURTRIE 37. 8) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, DURING THE NINTH ANNUAL SESSION, FOR THE YEARS 1859-60. Great Salt Lake City: John S. Davis, 1860. iv,44pp. McMURTRIE 40. 9) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, DURING THE TENTH ANNUAL SESSION, FOR THE YEARS 1860-61. Great Salt Lake City: Elias Smith, 1861. [2],50pp. 10) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, DURING THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION, FOR THE YEARS 1861-62. Great Salt Lake City: Elias Smith, 1862. 60pp. 11) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, DURING THE TWELFTH ANNUAL SESSION, FOR THE YEARS 1862-63. Great Salt Lake City: Elias Smith, 1863. 15pp. 12) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, DURING THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION, FOR THE YEARS 1863-64. Great Salt Lake City: Henry McEwan, 1864. 52pp. 13) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, DURING THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION, FOR THE YEARS 1864---65. Great Salt Lake City: Henry McEwan, 1865. 92pp. 14) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED AND ADOPTED DURING THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH. Great Salt Lake City: James A. Thompson, 1867. iv,40,8pp. 15) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION, 1868. Salt Lake City: George Q. Cannon, 1868. iv,56pp. Original printed wrappers bound in, several small tears repaired with tape. 16) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH. EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION, 1869. Salt Lake City: George Q. Cannon, 1869. [2],24pp. 17) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED AND ADOPTED DURING THE NINETEENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH. Salt Lake City: Joseph Bull, 1870.[2],xii,148pp. Original printed front wrapper bound in. 18) ACTS, RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH AT THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION. 1872. Salt Lake City: Tribune Printing and Publishing Co., 1872. xiv,43pp. 19) ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH AT THE TWENTY-FIRST SESSION, 1874. Salt Lake City: Tribune Printing and Publishing Co., 1874. [4],52,[1]pp. 20) LAWS, MEMORIALS, AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE TERRITORY OF UTAH, PASSED AT THE TWENTY-THIRD SESSION, OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.... Salt Lake City: Star Book and Job Printing Office, 1878. [4],v,216pp., A.D. 1851. ALSO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, AND THE ACT ORGANIZING THE TERRITORY OF UTAH. G.S.L. City, U.T.: Brigham H. Young, 1852. 258pp. McMURTRIE 15.

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      St. Louis. May 6, 1852.. [2]pp. plus integral address leaf. Quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Docketed on verso. Old fold lines. Very minor soiling. Near fine. Manuscript letter written in French, from Joseph Sire, Pierre Chouteau's agent in St. Louis, enclosing returns (not present) from his agents in the field, and commenting on the low volume of furs being brought in by competitors as well as by Honore Picotte, Chouteau's agent in Fort Pierre. Sire started out in the fur trade as a river boat captain on the Missouri River. He had been with the Chouteau firm - a massive fur trading outfit, originally based in St. Louis - since the 1830s and was married to Pierre Chouteau's cousin. In the letter he mentions that he and John B. Sarpy, another partner and family member by marriage, would be willing to withdraw from the company; they were both getting older at this time, and both would die within the next six years, Sire in 1854. A partial translation reads: "It would seem that our opponents must be doing a very weak trade...I cannot comprehend how, if Picotte has made only 900 packs in the district of Fort Pierre he will collect a total of 4000 packs, and our opponents only 1500....I don't count on more than 75 to 80,000 [buffalo] robes against 93,000 last year....I would very much like to count on the [balance sheet] of CM&S [Chouteau, Merle & Sanford) provided that it be correct. Sarpy and I count on quickly receiving a definitive answer concerning our interest in New York....We consent to withdraw, but we would very much want to know exactly what the time of our discontinuation is...." Though Chouteau spoke and wrote English, his first language was French and he preferred to do all of his correspondence in French. Chouteau, Merle & Sanford, mentioned in Sire's letter, was another of Chouteau's many companies, in partnership with John F.A. Sanford, his son-in-law. Sanford's sister, Irene Sanford Emerson, was the wife of Dr. John Emerson, owner of the slave, Dred Scott; upon Emerson's death, Sanford became the defendant in that landmark case. John E. Sunder, THE FUR TRADE ON THE UPPER MISSOURI, 1840-1865 (University of Oklahoma Press, 1965).

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        Falconry in the Valley of the Indus

      London: John Van Voorst, Paternoster Row., 1852 5.25 by 7.8 inch size, Cloth bound, Sun damage to spine, Exterior crack in cloth lower front spine. Page 41 thru 103 have not been cut at the top yet. The have not been read.

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        The History of the National Flag

      Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co, 1852. First Edition. Engraved portrait of Major-General Winfield Scott, 3 chromolithographic plates of flags by Duval, plus 5 extra portraits & a cloth flag with 'American Republicans' on banner tipped in. viii, [13]-115, [blank] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Half contemporary morocco and marbled boards, with gilt flags on spine. VG. Bookplate of Thomas Francis Donnelly. First Edition. Engraved portrait of Major-General Winfield Scott, 3 chromolithographic plates of flags by Duval, plus 5 extra portraits & a cloth flag with 'American Republicans' on banner tipped in. viii, [13]-115, [blank] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. This scarce work was written by Alexander Hamilton's grandson and is an enquiry into the origin of the Stars and Stripes. It seems that most copies came with the additional title page dated 1853 bound in as well as the three colored plates. This copy has five extra portraits tipped in (George Washington, Israel Putnam, William Moultrie, Benjamin Franklin and Elias Boudinot) but of much greater interest is the cloth flag opposite page 80, which features an eagle surrounded by twenty-five stars along with the thirteen stripes, within which "American Republicans." is printed. It is almost certainly piece of political paraphernalia for the 1840 or 1844 Presidential election when there were just 26 states in the union. Sabin states that the book should have 15 colored plates, but none of the copies listed on OCLC or that have appeared at auction have more than three and he is surely mistaken. Howes, H137; A Practical Guide to American Nineteenth Century Color Plate Books; Sabin, 30031

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        Historisch-topographische Nachrichten über Leoben und die Umgegend, besonders in Bezug auf die Montan-Industrie.

      Graz, A. Leykam's Erben, 1852 (Umschlag: 1851).. 8°. Mit 4 (1 gefalt.) lithogr. Tafeln. 2 Bll., 93 (1) S., 2 Bll., (Orig.-?)HLwd. d. Zt. m. mont. illustr. lithogr. OUmschlag.. Erstausgabe. - "Ich habe schon im Jahre 1824 die Geschichte der Stadt Leoben [...] datenmäßig dargestellt [...]. Da sich dieses Geschichtwerk zu Leoben noch in vielen Händen befindet, so bedarf es nur der Fortsetzung seit 1824. Ich habe nun [...] diese Geschichte nicht nur mit den wichtigsten Ereignissen bis 1850 ergänzt, sondern, da die Stadt und Umgebung seitdem mit den bedeutendsten technischen Werken und Bergbauen bereichert wurden [...], so habe ich diese in wenig Jahren erfolgten Fortschritte der Montanindustrie mit den verläßlichsten Daten auszustatten Gelegenheit gefunden [...]" (Vorrede). - Enth. die vier Ansichten "Der Stadtplatz in Leoben", "Das Hufeisenkreuz", "Ansicht der unteren Mittergasse in Leoben" u. (gefalt.) "Das Burgfriedsthor von Göss". - Einband berieben u. bestoßen. Vorderdeckel u. Titel gestempelt. Vorderes Innengelenk gelockert. Die erste Tafel knapp beschnitten (Bildunterschrift etw. angeschnitten), eine Tafel aufgezogen u. die gefalt. Tafel im unteren Rand hinterlegt. Durchg. unterschiedlich gebräunt u. stock- bzw. braunfleckig. - Nebehay/W., 2. Nachtrag 1061; Schlossar 181; Stmk. LB, Kat. d. Styriaca 68.

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        Supernatural Pamphlets

      1852-54., 1852. Five important pamphlets by a leader in the Spiritualist movement. Bound in contemporary full brown calf with gilt titles and ornate gilt decoration to spine, marbled endpapers and edges. 'The Approaching Crisis: Being A Review of Dr. Bushnell's Recent Lectures on Spiritualism', New York: Published by the Author, 1852, pp, 221, one of adverts. 'The Harmonial Man; Or Thoughts for the Age', Boston: Bela Marsh, 1853, pp. 129. 'The Philosophy of Spiritual Intercourse, Being an Exploration of Modern Mysteries', New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1854, pp. 176. 'The Philosophy of Special Providences: A Vision', Boston: Bela Marsh, 1853, pp. 55. 'Free Thoughts Concerning Religion; Or Nature Versus Theology', Boston: Bela Marsh, 1854, pp. 45. Some very occasional light spotting throughout the textblock, some dustiness to the edges, the paper has split along both inner joints but the binding is still tight and very sound. Moderate wear to the covers with rubbing and some bumping to the extremities and some marking to the boards, A very good copy of a fascinating work.

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        Discoveries In Egypt, Ethiopia, And The Peninsula Of Sinai, In The Years 1842-1845 Edited, With Notes, By Kenneth R.H.Mackenzie.

      London: Richard Bentley, 1852. - 8vo. pp. xvi, 455. with half-title. folding engraved map. tinted lithographed frontis. several text illus. An excellent copy in original blind-stamped cloth (cloth very lightly soiled, very light wear to extremities, stain on front paste-down). First Edition of the English Translation by Kenneth R.H.Mackenzie. Lepsius, the celebrated German Egyptologist, was sent to Egypt by the King of Prussia at the urging of Bunsen and Humboldt to conduct historical and antiquarian research into the ancient Egyptian monuments in the valley of the Nile and the peninsula of Sinai. Assisted by many artists, he investigated the antiquities of the country from 1842-45, and sent back to Berlin 15,000 Egyptian antiquities and plaster casts. He also excavated the site of the Labyrinth of Fayum. The official results of the expedition were published at the expense of the Prussian state over a period of sixteen years, from 1897 to 1913, in parts containing a total of 900 plates. The present account, dedicated to Alexander von Humboldt, consists of letters describing day-to-day activities written to Frederick of Prussia, von Humboldt, Bunsen, and others. Ibrahim-Hilmy I p. 376. cfGay 77. cfBlackmer 1008. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ESSAYS FROM THE LONDON TIMES. A collection of personal and historical sketches. First and Second series

      D. Appleton & Company. New York. 1852. FIRST EDITION. Two volumes. 8vo. (6.8 x 4.7 inches). 301 & 261pp. Issued in Appleton's popular Library series. Neat previous owners inscription on the title page of volume one and later neat inscriptions, dated 1943, on the front blank endpapers of both volumes. Clean copies throughout. Finely bound, by Zaehnsdorf, in attractive late nineteenth century half dark brown morocco. Spines with raised bands, each with gilt piping. Compartments ruled, decorated and lettered in gilt. Marbled paper on boards. Top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Bookplates of the Bibliographer Charles Plumtre Johnson mounted onto each front paste down. ---- Includes essays on many subjects including; Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton -- Railway novels -- Drama of the French Revolution -- Robert Southey -- Dean Swift -- Reminiscences of Coleridge and Southey by Cottle -- John Keats -- Sporting in Africa -- Captain Peel in the Nubian Desert. -- History of Spanish literature. -- Arctic expeditions. -- Dickens and Thackeray: David Copperfield and Athur Pendennis. -- The autobiography of a Chartist. -- Uncle Tom's cabin. -- The Blithedale romance.

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        The Worls of the late Edgar Allan Poe with Notices of his Life and Genius-2 Volumes

      J.S. REDFIELD, NEW YORK 1852 - Volume 1: Tales: Gold gilt text on spine. Soiling to spine. Rubbing to covers. Tears to the top and bottom edge of spine. Bumped Corners. Designs etched onto the covers and spine.Previous owner's signature on front free end page. Small yellow bookplate on front inside cover.Yellowish end pages. Pages 171 to 190 are almost detached from the book. Foxing spots on various pages. Otherwise contains clean pages. 483 pp. Volume 2: Poetry & Miscellanies: Gold gilt text on spine. Soiling to Spine. Rubbed covers. Small tears to the top and bottom of spine. bumped corners. Designs/patterns etched onto the covers and spine. Previous owner's signature on front free end page dated October 1952. Small yellow bookplate on front inside cover. Slight crack to binding on page 288.Small foxing spots on spome pages. 495 pp. DATE PUBLISHED: 1852 EDITION: FIRST ED [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of a Voyage in Baffin's Bay and Barrow Straits, in the years 1850-1851, performed by H.M. Ships Lady Franklin and Sophia . in search of the Missing Crews of H.M. Ships Erebus and Terror: with the narrative of the sledge excursions on the ice of Wellington Channel; and observations on the natural history and physical features of the countries and frozen seas visited. By . [the] Surgeon to the Expedition

      London, Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1852 - Octavo, two volumes, lii, 506 and viii (last blank), 364, ccxxxiv (last colophon) pages with 2 pages of woodcut illustrations plus 6 lithographs (3 tinted, one extensively handcoloured; the second frontispiece with a tiny light marginal stain) and 2 folding handcoloured lithographed maps (one expertly repaired, with slight loss to the lefthand edge of the key). Early half calf gilt and cloth; leather slightly marked, with minor surface loss; marbled edges (the leading edge of one volume is unobtrusively ink-stained, with minimal bleeding into a few margins); an excellent set. 'Adelaide Educational Institution Prize' is stamped in gilt on the front covers; loosely inserted is an 1865 prize plate. Use [Ask Bookseller a Question] option below to confirm availability.

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        Isle of Wight

      Published by the author, 1852New edition

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        Le chevalier de Maison-Rouge

      Paris: Chez Maresq et Cie, 1852. Fine. Chez Maresq et Cie, Paris 1852, Grd. in-8 (19,5x29cm), relié. - The first illustrated edition contained only two engravings Deveria, and appeared in 1846, the same year as the original edition; one, fully illustrated, includes a frontispiece and 10 inset on strong paper, a large thumbnail title and 60 woodcuts half-page and drop caps and cul-de-lamp. This edition is printed on the model of the popular editions made by Maresq with two columns per page, but the inset remind other editions illustrated Dumas, including The Count of Monte Cristo. Binding half grief green tree. Back with nerves decorated boxes (fat and lean fillets). gilt. Small friction copings, jaw and corners. Restoration outer margin of two layers. Beautiful specimen, with a paper of perfect freshness, with no spots or freckles. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] La toute première édition illustrée ne contenait que 2 gravures de Deveria, et parut en 1846, la même année que l'édition originale ; celle-ci, rare et pleinement illustrée, comprend un frontispice et 10 hors-texte sur papier fort, une grande vignette de titre et 60 gravures sur bois à mi-page, ainsi que des lettrines et culs-de-lampe. Cette édition est imprimée sur le modèle des éditions populaires réalisées par Maresq, avec deux colonnes par page, mais les hors-texte rappellent les autres éditions illustrée de Dumas, notamment Le Comte de Monte-Cristo. Reliure de demi chagrin vert sapin. Dos à nerfs orné de caissons (filets gras et maigres). titre doré. Petits frottements en coiffes, mors et coins. Restauration en marge externe de deux feuillets. Bel exemplaire, doté d'un papier d'une parfaite fraîcheur, sans la moindre tache ou rousseur.

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        Mr. Wray's Cash Box; or, The Mask and the Mystery. A Christmas Sketch

      London: Richard Bentley, 1852. First edition. Steel-engraved frontispiece after J.E. Millais. viii, 171, [1], [4, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Full blue polished calf, gilt spine, with red morocco title labels, t.e.g., by Riviere & Son. Near fine, with light wear to tail of spine. First edition. Steel-engraved frontispiece after J.E. Millais. viii, 171, [1], [4, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. A rare and early title by the 28-year-old author, inspired by the success of his friend Charles Dickens' Christmas tales. The intrigue revolves around an old Shakespearean player and former pupil of John Philip Kemble, his beautiful granddaughter, a mysterious cash-box, a villain by the name of "Chummy Dick," and a mask of the Bard taken from the famous Stratford bust. Parrish & Miller, p. 18

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      Paris: Eugène Didier, 1852. Fine. Eugène Didier, Paris 1852, 8,5x14cm, relié. - First Edition. Binding to bradel in full marbled sheepskin, smooth spine decorated with a gold embellished cartridge three pellets and red morocco mosaic sand, when golden tail, triple gilt frame on the boards, and guards contreplats of handmade paper all slices golden, elegant binder signed Loisellier-Le Douarin. Rare autograph signed by the author (Adolphe) Nibelle slightly cropped. In addition, this copy is enriched with three handwritten corrections by the author at the end of the collection. Finally, a handwritten note signed by the dedicatee bibliophile specifying the features of this copy was mounted on tab at top volume. Scattered spots. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure à la bradel en pleine basane marbrée, dos lisse orné d'un cartouche doré agrémenté de trois pastilles de maroquin rouge et sable mosaïqué, date dorée en queue, encadrement de triples filets dorés sur les plats, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, toutes tranches dorées, élégante reliure signée de Loisellier-Le Douarin. Rare autographe signé de l'auteur à (Adolphe) Nibelle très légèrement rogné. En outre, notre exemplaire est enrichi de trois corrections manuscrites de l'auteur en fin de recueil. Enfin, une note manuscrite signée du dédicataire précisant les particularités bibliophiliques de notre exemplaire a été montée sur onglet en début de volume. Rousseurs éparses.

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        Little Charley's Picture Alphabet

      Philadelphia: C.G. Henderson, & Co.. 1852. First. First edition. 24mo. [32] leaves. Illustrated with woodcuts. Brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Contemporary Salem, New Jersey bookstore label, and pencil name, modest wear, very good or better. Uncommon abecedary with nice illustrations. OCLC locates no apparent copies of this 1852 first edition. .

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        The City and Harbour of Sydney from near Vaucluse

      London: Thomas Boys Lith. Published by J. Hogarth, [and] Sydney, Messrs. Woolcott & Clarke, 1852. Tinted lithograph with additional hand-colouring, 315 x 550 mm, on sheet 440 x 680 mm; in good condition, framed. George French Angas (1822-86) was one of the most accomplished artists to live in mid-nineteenth century Australia. After extensive travel throughout Australia, New Zealand and England, he settled in Sydney, and from 1853 to 1860 held the position of secretary to the Australian Museum. Angas painted in the picturesque tradition and provided faithful visual records of "countries with which the people of England are still but only imperfectly acquainted", as he noted in the catalogue to his London Exhibition of 1846.Angas's fine view of Sydney Harbour was taken from the lofty vantage point of Vaucluse. It shows a group of local Aborigines with a dingo in the foreground set amidst a faithful rendering of the local flora including the waratah and banksia, which are named. The sweep of harbour includes a number of colonial landmarks, from Captain Piper's villa at Point Piper and Government House through to Bradley's Head, with the Blue Mountains in the distance. Angas made a number of watercolours of Sydney and it was after one of these that this colour lithograph was made in 1852. When it was issued it was "favourably reviewed in both the Sydney Morning Herald (14 March 1853) and the Freeman's Journal (17 March)..." (Christine Dixon in J. Kerr, The Dictionary of Australian Artists).This lithograph of Sydney Harbour satisfies both the topographical obligation and Angas's own quest for the picturesque - "his ardent admiration for the grandeur and loveliness of nature...", as he described it in one of his books titled Savage Life and Scenes.

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        Exceedingly rare Martha Washington autograph with impeccable family provenance - accompanied by four family monogrammed linen handkerchiefs

      n.p., n.d.. 2.5" x 0.5". "Exceedingly Rare Signature ""M Washington"" removed from what appears to be a letter from Mrs. Washington, 2.5"" x 0.5"". Fine condition.PROVENANCE:Autograph Statement Signed ""E.M. Lewis"" by Martha Washington's great granddaughter. In full ""1852 Autographs of / Mrs. Martha Washington / for / G. Washington Lewis 1852 / his Great Great Grand Mother / & left by his Grand Mother / E. P. Lewis."" To its left: ""written by his / Mother E M Lewis."" On verso: ""For G.W. Lewis / Autographs of / Mrs. M. Washington / his / Gt Gt Grand Mother.""John Parke Custis was Martha Washington's son from her first marriage to Daniel Parke Custis. In 1799, at Mount Vernon, John's daughter Eleanor Parke Custis became Eleanor Parke Lewis (E.P. Lewis) when she married Lawrence Lewis, son of George Washington's sister Betty. Their son Lorenzo Lewis married Esther Maria Lewis (E.M. Lewis) and George Washington Lewis (1829-1885) was their son. G.W. Lewis's grandmother E.P. Lewis was Martha Washington's granddaughter.ACCOMPANIED BY:Four ornately monogrammed linen handkerchiefs owned by the great niece of Martha Washington's sisters, Anna Maria and Elizabeth, with impeccable family provenance.These monogramed linen handkerchiefs were part of lot 2134 of the February 5, 2010, James D. Julia Auction which included items from the Tobias Lear and George Washington Storer families. Lear?s second and third wives were nieces of Martha Washington. At the same auction, General Washington?s map of the Battle of Yorktown sold for a world record $1.15 million, the most ever paid for a map at auction.Colonel Tobias Lear (1762-1816) was George Washington?s trusted friend and personal secretary from 1784 until Washington?s death in 1799. In 1795, Lear married Frances ""Fanny"" Bassett Washington, daughter of Martha Washington's younger sister Anna Maria Dandridge Bassett. She died in 1796. In 1803, Lear married Frances ""Fanny"" Dandridge Henley, daughter of Martha Washington's youngest sister Elizabeth Dandridge Henley. Col. Lear was the great uncle of Mary Washington Jones (?MWJ?) whose great aunts were Martha Washington's sisters, Anna Maria and Elizabeth.Col. Tobias Lear?s sister Mary had married Samuel Storer. Their son (Lear's nephew) Rear Admiral George Washington Storer (1789-1864) and his wife Mary were the parents of Mary Washington Storer who married Albert L. Jones, becoming Mary Washington Jones (""MWJ""). Legend has it that President George Washington visited when Lear?s nephew was a baby and stated that he hoped that Storer would be a better man than his namesake.From the Julian D. Julia catalogue description of lot 2134: ?linen handkerchiefs, three with monogram ?MWJ? and one with ?J?.? Included is a color copy of the decorative cover of the 6? x 9? by ½? box in which the handkerchiefs and Martha Washington?s lace were kept.Comprises:(1) Ivory linen handkerchief ornately monogrammed ?J,? 14? x 14,? soiled(2) Ivory linen handkerchief with foliated borders, ornately monogrammed ?MWJ,? 16? x 16?(3) Ivory linen handkerchief ornately monogrammed ?MWJ,? 16? x 16,? small tears and hole at borders and around monogram(4) Ivory linen handkerchief florally monogrammed ?MWJ,? 15? x 15?"

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        Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds

      London: Office of the National Illustrated Library,, 1852. Illustrated with numerous engravings. 2 volumes, octavo (125 × 183). Bound by Baytun in near-contemporary dark blue half calf, blue cloth sides, twin labels to spines lettered gilt, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Wood-engraved frontispieces with tissue guards, vignette half-titles, 116 vignettes in text. Spines darkened and rubbed, joints cracked at spine ends but text block tight, front hinge of Vol. II cracked but holding, tips a little worn, a little light foxing to contents. A very good set. Second edition, and the first thoroughly illustrated one, following Bentley's 1841 first edition, which had only four plates over three volumes. An attractive copy in the original cloth of this important early work on popular delusions of all types, considering the credulous enthusiasm of mankind for phenomena such as alchemy, witchcraft, relics, the Crusades, urban myths, as well as economic events such as the tulip bubble. Still in print, Mackay's book has had a profound influence on economics and sociology, with many modern economists referring to his work when analysing the stock market bubbles of our own age. "Charles Mackay's passionate erudition and urbane, unaffected prose style contributed to make him one of the chief figures in the establishment of Victorian journalism as a dignified profession" (ODNB).

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        Practical Observations on Nervous and Sympathetic Palpitation of the Heart, as well as on Palpitation the Result of Organic Disease.

      London, John Churchill, 1852.. Second Edition. Octavo. VII, 207 pages with a 32 page catalogue of John Curchill's publications to the rear. Modern Hardcover (green half maroquin) in custom made solander box. remarkably rare book that has been extensively restored by the worlds best bookbindery "George Bayntun" in Bath, England. The pages have been all singlely restored and "jap tissued", unfortunately making this book now very expensive.. Evan Bedford - No.963 - "The book is now very rare" Bedford remarks already in the introductory essay to his famous publication: "Many friends have kindly presented me with copies of their books, some of which have already become cardiac classics......Dr.O'Donovan generously presented me with his copy of Williams's "Nervous and sympathetic palpitation of the heart (2nd ed. 1852) which he acquired in Nottingham and which i had long sought in vain!.

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        Basil: A Story of Modern Life

      London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1852. First edition, half-title to vol. I as called for. xxi, [22]-300; [ii], 303, [1]; [ii], 301, [1] pp. 3 vols. 8vo. Bound in full blue polished calf, gilt spine, with red and brown title labels, t.e.g., by Riviere. Light spotting to vol. II title-page. First edition, half-title to vol. I as called for. xxi, [22]-300; [ii], 303, [1]; [ii], 301, [1] pp. 3 vols. 8vo. Collins' second novel. Parrish & Miller, pp. 18-9; Sadleir 589; Wolff 1346

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        Album herrschaftlicher Landsitze und Schlösser (in Sudetenland bzw. Böhmen) 125 Farblithographien gemalt von Heinrich Woldemar Rau mit 5 Bll. mit Tafelverzeichnis. (wohl alles Erschienene)

      Teplitz, J.W.Pohlig Verlag, um 1852, 1855.. Zeitgenössischer, blindgeprägter Leineneinband mit Goldtitelprägung. Quer 4to. (25x35cm). Sehr schönes Ansichtwerk der Schlösser in Böhmen. Das Werk erschien von 1852 bis ca.1855 angeblich in 6 Lieferungen zu je 25 Lithotafeln. Die hier vorhandene 1-5 Lieferung ist vollständig. "..ob das Werk auch so erschien, wie im Text angekündigt ist nicht bekannt..." (Nebehy-W.) Herrensitze u.a. Hainspach, Horin, Klösterle, Kulm, Oberleitensdorf, Cross-Priesen, Winar, Dlaschkowitz, Liboch, Lissa, Repin, Weltrus, Karlscron, Kopiolno, Kost, Krinetz, Brandeis, Czernikowitz, Kacina, Nassaberc, Radborz, Karlskron, Dux, Teplitz u.a. Einband berieben, an den Kanten rissig.

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        History of the Romans under the empire. Second edition

      London: "Longman, Brown [et al.]". 1852-62. "Best edition, substantially enlarged over the first edition of 1850-51; 7 volumes, 8vo, 2 folding frontispiece maps, later full polished tan calf, red and black morocco labels on gilt decorated spines, marbled endpapers and edges; slightest rubbing of the extremities; generally fine and handsome."

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        Canadian Crusoes. A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains

      London: Aurthur Hall, Virtue, & Co. 25 Paternoster, 1852. 1st. Hard Cover. Very Good. HARVEY, William, 1796-1866.. SCARCE COPY OF PERHAPS TRAILL'S MOST WELL KNOWN BOOK.11cm x 16cm, (4-1/2" x 6-3/8"), [6, with list of illustrations], xi, 1 blank, [1]-350pp., [351]-368pp appendix, 2 blank. [12] leaves of plates, incl. frontispiece. All illustrations, (by Harvey), listed and called for are present however, the plate "Attack of the Deer" is at the front of the book, not on page 336 as called for. 3/4 contemporary original leather binding with marbled cover paper, plain brown endpapers and red speckled pager edges. Corners and bottom edges of book worn. Internally the pages are generally clean with some light foxing on some text pages and plates. The frontis plate has foxing and an old light water stain at top center not going into the image, otherwise, in very good condition. A nice copy. M. Cox book label affixed to front end paper. Small bindery label also on top left of front end paper, "Bound by Bemrose & Sons, Derby". Originally William Bemrose set up his own printing and bindery business in Derby in 1826-27. This book is custom bound, for M. Cox as was common to do for the wealthy who wished to improve the original cloth binding most books were published in. A nice copy overall and very attractive on the shelf on this first edition first issue in contemporary 3/4 leather binding. Written after The Backwoods of Canada (1836), this is her second Canadian book. "Agnes made a contract with a London publisher, Arthur Hall, Virtue, and Company, for Catharine's children's story Canadian Crusoes: a tale of the Rice Lake plains (1852), in which three young offspring of pioneers heroically survive two years on their own in the unsettled wilderness north of Lake Ontario. Hall and Virtue also published another book aimed at the children's market, Lady Mary and her nurse; or, a peep into the Canadian forest (1856), the text evolving from the sketches Catharine wrote originally for a Canadian magazine, the Maple Leaf (Montreal), in 1853. As she was to comment in a letter of 1896, "My role in writing has ever been for the young. I rarely aspire to any higher style." quoted from DCB on-line. TPL 3316.

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        Metal-Work and its Artistic Design

      London: Day & Son 1852. lii, 81, [50 full colour plates], pp., Bound in a recent quarter dark brown morocco with marbled boards. Illustrated with 50 full colour plates. Full title foxed with a substantial portion of loss to upper right hand corner, professionally built up again. Slight darkening to plates. Tearing to the margins of some plates in one case the tearing extends into the image (plate 12), buit in all others the tearing is confined to the margins. Tape repairs to the verso of some plates. A dusty copy preserved in a smart new leather binding. . Very Good. 1/4 Morocco. First Edition. 1852. Folio.

      [Bookseller: Fosters' Bookshop]
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