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        KO TE KAWENATA HOU O TO TATOU ARIKI O TE KAI WHAKAORA O IHU KARAITI MAORI BIBLE

      W.Clowes and Sons 1852 - The book is in 2 sections,section one is as title describes and is 519 pages.Section 2 is KO TE PUKAPUKA O NGA WAIATA;HE MEA WHAKAMAORI I TE REO HIPERE,1862.Pressed embossed leather covers in black,Light wear and rubbing to spine edges and extreameties.Inscription on front blank prelim,dated 1888.Block is sound and tight as unread condition,lovely copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [State Documents]: General Assembly of Virginia, Nos. 21-89, (1852); including five Documents relating to the Case of the Slave Jordan Hatcher

      [Richmond, Virginia]. 1852. First. First edition. Document Nos. 21-89, and index, bound in one volume. Thick octavo (containing 69 consecutively numbered documents). Each document has a separate title page (dated 1852) and pagination. A few folding charts and one folding map. Half leather and marbled paper over boards, gilt-stamped spine label. Ex-library copy with a few ink stamps at the front, one perforated stamp on the title page of the first document (no. 21), pocket, and spine number. The front joint is split, front free endpaper detached, some loss to the spine ends, else very good. A scarce volume containing all five documents (a total of 29 pages), relating to the Jordan Hatcher Case.Hatcher was a tobacco factory slave in Richmond, Virginia, who had (unintentionally) killed his overseer in self-defense. In May of 1852, Governor Joseph Johnson ignited a firestorm when he commuted Hatcher's death sentence to sale and transportation beyond the confines of the United States. The five documents are [No. 74]: "Communication containing Gov. Johnson's Reasons for Commuting Jordan Hatcher's Sentence"; [No. 75]: Resolution relative to the Governor's Message on The Case of Jordan Hatcher"; [No. 78]: "Record of Court in Jordan Hatcher's Case, together with the Petition for Commutation of His Sentence"; [No. 79]: "Explanation of Governor Johnson's Reasons for Commuting Jordan Hatcher's Sentence"; [No. 84]: "Report of the Committee for Courts of Justice relative to the Exercise of the Pardoning Power in Jordan Hatcher's Case." OCLC locates one set of the first four Jordan Hatcher documents only (not including no. 84) at William & Mary.Other historically important documents relating to African-Americans from Virginia include two reports on the execution and/or transportation of African-American slaves beyond the confines of Virginia: [No. 46]: "Statements relative to Slaves Executed, Reprieved for Transportation &c." and [No. 80]: "Report of the Joint Committee to examine the Penitentiary Institution." Both documents have several appended tables with detailed information about slaves executed, condemned to be executed and reprieved, and slaves sentenced to sale and transportation, etc. Another document [no. 44], relates to the fugitive slave law between Virginia and New Jersey. Among the other documents in the volume are several relating to the development of railroads and public works projects throughout Virginia. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Presidential hopeful Henry Clay signs a membership document for the "American Colonization Society", organized to send emancipated and free blacks to Liberia

      Washington DC, May 21, 1852 An American Colonization Society document signed "H. Clay", 1 page, 11.125" x 8.25". The partly-printed, elaborate document states in part that "This certifies that Archibald W. Hyde, Esq. is a Member for life, of the American Colonization Society." There is an attractive engraving of a sailing ship; above the ship is a bird holding a scroll with the words "LIBERIA" printed on it. The American Colonization Society was an attempt to send freemen and emancipated slaves to Liberia on the West African coast. At the first meeting of the organization in 1816, Henry Clay presided over the meeting that included many prestigious Americans including future Presidents James Monroe and Andrew Jackson, as well as some Supreme Court Justices. The document is in outstanding condition with dark ink, impressive engravings and very white paper.

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        Village de Heong-Chang Riviere de Canton (Chine)

      view from 'Voyage autour du monde execute pendant les annees 1836/1837 sur la Corvette La Bonite'; pl. 60, published by Akermann & Co. in Paris. 1852. - 17 x 23 cm, hand-coloured lithograph. EXTREMELY RARE. Reference: Borba de Moraes, 874; Nissen, ZBI, 4208; Sabin, 98298; Stafleu, 1969; Wood, 609.

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        Torrent, à Pulo-Penang.

      view from 'Voyage autour du monde executé pendant les années 1836 / 1837 sur la Corvette La Bonite', published by Akermann & Co, Paris. pl no.82. 1852 - 20.5 x 30 cm,Lithograph EXTREMELY RARE with paper loss of about 3 cm. at top left portion, not affecting plate, with minor stains, dirt spots, burn marks not affecting plate, verso with minor stains, dirt spots not shining through as paper is thick.Condition considered when pricing.Reference:Borba de Moraes, 874 / Nissen, ZBI, 4208 / Sabin, 98298 / Stafleu, 1969 / Wood, 609

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        Vue prise à Pulo-Penang.

      view from 'Voyage autour du monde executé pendant les années 1836 / 1837 sur la Corvette La Bonite', published by Akermann & Co, Paris. pl no.81. 1852 - 19.5 x 27 cm,Lithograph EXTREMELY RARE with minor stains, dirt spots, burn marks not affecting plate, verso with dirt spots not shining through as paper is thick.Condition considered when pricing.Reference:Borba de Moraes, 874 / Nissen, ZBI, 4208 / Sabin, 98298 / Stafleu, 1969 / Wood, 609

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        Vue de la rade de Pulo-Penang.

      view from 'Voyage autour du monde executé pendant les années 1836 / 1837 sur la Corvette La Bonite', published by Akermann & Co, Paris. pl no.80. 1852 - 19.5 x 31.5 cm,Lithograph EXTREMELY RARE with minor stains, dirt spots, burn marks not affecting plate, verso with dirt spots not shining through as paper is thick.Condition considered when pricing.Reference:Borba de Moraes, 874 / Nissen, ZBI, 4208 / Sabin, 98298 / Stafleu, 1969 / Wood, 609

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        [cover title]: Fuller's Computing Telegraph

      New York: John E. Fuller. 1852. Square quarto. Blind stamped flexible cloth folder or case, lettered in gilt, with 22 pages of instructions for use, and a large folding chart "delineated and arranged by W(illiam) Nicholson." Laid in is a thick, leather edged board, on either side is a moveable, engraved rondel: on one side is Fuller's Time Telegraph, on the other is Palmer's Computing Scale Improved by Fuller. The case has some fading to the bottom of the front board, a little wear at the spine, and foxing to the text; the board holding the rondel has a little edgewear, and the action of the rondel is stiff but workable, all-in-all a very good plus or perhaps near fine example. Palmer patented his Scale in 1843, Fuller made an agreement to offer Palmer's Scale, along with his own Time Telegraph in combination, and patented the change in 1847, when it was first offered. Reportedly manufactured in two sizes, this is the larger of the two. According to some sources, this device was the first device used for high speed calculations that was referred to as a "computer." The term was previously used to describe a mathematically adept person and the earliest OED citation for a non-human computer comes from 1897. Exceptionally scarce, especially in nice condition, as this example is. .

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        Lehrbuch der rationellen Praxis der landwirthschaftlichen Gewerbe. Zum Gebrauche bei Vorlesungen über die landwirthschaftlichen Gewerbe und zum Selbstunterrichte für Landwirthe, Techniker und Cameralisten.

      Braunschweig, Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn, 1852.. Mit Abbildungen i. Text und auf Tafeln. XI, 771 S., 2 Bl., Schöner HALBLEDER der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rücken. 4. durch Zusätze vermehrte Aufl. 8°. Leichte Gebrauchsspuren.. Mit 4 Stahlstichtafeln im Anhang u. teilweise ausklappbaren Holzstichen. Das Buch enthält Beiträge über Bierbrauerei, Branntweinbrennerei, Hefe-, Liqueur-, Essig-, Stärke-, Stärkezucker- und Runkelrübenzuckerfabrikation, Cider- oder Obstmostbereitung, Kalk-, Gyps- und Ziegelbrennerei, Potaschesiederei, Oelraffinerie, Butter- und Käsebereitung, das Brotbacken und Seifensieden. Rücken und Ecken leicht berieben und bestoßen, kl. Abriebstelle auf dem Einband-Deckel, alter, kleiner Namenszug in Tinte auf dem fl. Vorsatz, etwas stockfleckig.

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        Historia de la Antiqua o Baja California

      De Juan R Navarro, Mexico City 1852 - [vi]+123+[3] pages. Quarto (10 1/2" x 7") Bound in half leather with marbled paper boards. Clavijero's History of Baja California, which was first published in Italian, then in English, then a Madrid edition and then the Mexican edition. [Handbook of Middle American Indians, Volume 13, page 293] 1st Mexican edition. Clavijero, a Mexican native, was exiled with the other Jesuits in the 1760s, and lived in Italy thereafter. His history of Mexico is considered one of the best of the early histories of the subject. His history of Baja California is the first such, and contains passages relating to the foundation of the mission at San Francisco, as well as material on Kino and Salvatierra. Translated from the Italian manuscripts by Nicoles Garcia de San Vincente. Condition: Damp stains to end papers and heal edge of title page, spine ends and corners professionally repaired Over all a very good copy of a scarce item. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The London Apprentice, and the Goldsmith’s Daughter of West Chepe; a Tale in the Times of Bluff King Hal.

      London: W.S. Johnson 1852 - First edition, three volumes bound in one, large 8vo, viii, 244, 248, 230 pp. Full page engraved illustrations, text printed in double column, some foxing, later signature to front blank, marbled endpapers. Later half calf, green cloth sides, green spine label, some light rubbing otherwise a handsome copy. Scarce. Not in Sadleir or Wolff.

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        A Cracker Bon-Bon for Christmas Parties: Consisting of Christmas Pieces, for Private Representation, and Other Seasonable Matter, in Prose and Verse

      David Bogue, London 1852 - Red blind stamped decorated boards with bright gold gilt title and decoration. Color hand colored frontpiece (rare). Original red cloth. Upper board detached but present. Interior pages very good with b/w illustrations. ALSO LAID IN: A red string tied pamphlet, : A Selection from A Cracker Bon-Bon for Christmas Parties, published by Robe Innominate Press. Louisville, KY, 1964. Soft cover, handset in Goudy Kennerly and printed in Black and red on laid paper. 4 reproductions of wood engravings from the original. Printed in red on the front. FINE. I just had to put the book and this wonderful pamphlet as a set. I am always happy to send detailed photographs. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TRATADO TEORICO PRACTICO DE LA FABRICACION DE TEJIDOS

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. Imprenta del Porvenir a cargo de B. Bassas. 1852. 27X18 (texto)+30X22 (Laminas). 3 Vol: 292Pag+202Pag+ Atlas 112 Laminas. La primera Obra textil editada para profesionales. Buen estado. Ref 9.1 Biblioteca A.

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        Nereis Boreali-Americana: or, contributions to a history of the marine algae of North America. 3 Volumes in one. / 3 Bände in einem. Part I.-Melanospermeae. Part II.-Rhodospermeae. Part III.-Chlorospermeae.

      Smithsonian Institution 1852-1858, Washington City - 4to. (31 x 24 cm). New red cloth with gilt stamped spine / Neuer roter Leinen mit Rückenvergoldung, 150, 258, 140 pages. "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge". With 50 tinted lithographed plates / 50 getönte lithogr. Tafeln mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. Nissen BBI, 804. Original edition of this important monograph of the well-known Irish botanist W. H. Harvey (1811-1866). He was curator of the Trinity College Herbarium and Professor of Botany of the Royal Dublin Society. - Clean copy in very good condition. Very few isolated small spots inside. / Sehr gutes, sauberes Exemplar. Innen nur ganz vereinzelt wenige kleine Flecken. 3500 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage pittoresque en Espagne et en Portugal. Illustrations de MM. Rouargue fils

      Belin-Leprieur et Morizot s.a. (1852), Paris - XII-556 p., 36 láminas.Holandesa chagrín de época, lomo con nervios y hierros dorados, cabeza y cortes dorados.Uno de los clásicos de la bibliografía de viajes por España durante el siglo XIX, bellamente ilustrado con 36 grabados al acero, 10 de ellos en color que reproducen los trajes típicos de las distintas regiones recorridas. No faltan las alusiones gastronómicas.Buen ejemplar, muy limpio, sin las manchas de oxidación típicas. Palau, 26454; Colas, 272; Foulché, 447;Lipperheide, 1233; Vicaire, 381

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        Land Titles in San Francisco, and the Laws Affecting the Same, with a Synopsis of All Grants and Sales of Land within the Limits Claimed by the City.

      San Francisco: Alta California Steam Printing Establishment, 1852. - 4to., (10 ½ x 7 ¼ inches). (Occasional marginal spotting throughout). Fine folding frontispiece lithographed "Map of San Francisco" on banknote paper. Original quarter tan calf, blue sprinkled boards, with printed orange paper label on front cover (a bit rubbed and shelf-worn). Provenance: Near contemporary gift inscription on rear pastedown; with John Howell (1874-1956) invoice loosely inserted, his inscription dated 1939 on rear pastedown; purchased by Thomas Winthrop Streeter (1883-1965), his notes on front free endpaper dated 1947; with the ownership inscription of James S. ?Rudla; with the modern bookplate of Daniel G. Volkmann Jr. (1924-2009). First edition. WITH THE EXCEPTIONALLY RARE CORRECT MAP OF SAN FRANCISCO. "This is one of the foundation books on California land titles. I am told that with the correct map, which is present in my copy, it is quite scarce" (Streeter). The full title of the map is "Map of San Francisco, Compiled from latest Surveys & containing all late extensions & Division of Wards, published by Josiah J. Le Count, for Wheeler's Report on Land-Titles in San Francisco Cal." Cowan notes that "The correct map was specially engraved for this work" (Cowan II, p. 677). This is an excellent example of an early San Francisco imprint which records the legal history of San Francisco land grants, including information on the present owners as well as the grantors. It "includes all the grants made during the administration of the Mexican government in California to July 9, 1846. Also, all the grants by Alcaldes or those by official sales" (Greenwood 369). Also provided are detailed statistics for San Francisco's Mexican period and early American period, until 1851. Important Mexican and American documents are included, with excerpts from the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo and the Act for the admission of California as a state. A beautifully preserved and intact copy of this important San Francisco document, with a distinguished provenance. AII, California, p. 45. Cowan I, p. 246. Cowan II, p. 677. Greenwood 369. Howell 50, California 1624 (this copy). Howes W315. Norris 4174. Rocq 12799; Peters, California on Stone, p. 103. Sabin 103174. Streeter Sale 2728 (this copy). For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Megan Scauri, M.A., M.L.S., in the Rare Book Department. Bookseller Inventory # 72MMS211. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Las Glorias Nacionales, Grande Historia Universal De Tots Los Reinos, Provincias, Islas y Colonias De La Monarquia Española, Desde Los Tiempos Primitivos Hasta El Año 1852. VII Tomos

      Imprenta De Luis Tasso, Barcelona 1852 - Comprende íntegras la obras: La crónica del general en España publicada de orden del emperador Carlos V. Recopilada por el célebre Florian de Ocampo, coronista del rey Felipe II. La continuación de la misma crónica hecha por el ilustre Ambrosio de Morales, coronista del mismo príncipe. Las crónicas de los varios reyes no recompliadas por dichos autores, las de Sandoval entre otras, y las de Ayala las de los distintps reinos y provinvias. La cronica del reino e Navarra. Los Famosos Anales de la corona de Aragón compuestos por el imortal Gerónimo Zurita, coronista del reino. La historia del mismo autor, las historias de Indias, y la Crónica de las dianstías austríaca y borbónica. Ilustrado todo en el Templo de las Glorias Españolas. Segunda edición. Tomo I 674 pág. Tomo II 546 pág. Tomo III 608 pág. Tomo IV 965 pág. Tomo V 1290. Tomo VI 720 pág. Tomo VII Templo de las glorias españolas 1098 que sigue a la 721 del tomo VI. Size: 26 X 17 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        VOYAGE PITTORESQUE EN ESPAGNE ET EN PORTUGAL. Illustrations de MM. Rouargue Freres.

      Belín - Leprieur, París - 4º. XIIp, 556p. 36 láms. grabadas al acero (10 iluminadas), puntos óx. Hol. con nervios y dorados en lomo, cortes dorados. Relación de láminas grabadas al acero: Vistas de Ciudades: ALICANTE (Fuente de Santa María), BARCELONA (1-La Rambla, 2-Iglesia de Sta. María), BURGOS, CUENCA, CORDOBA (La Mezquita), EL ESCORIAL, ELCHE, GRANADA (1-Tumba de Fernando e Isabel, 2-Plaza Mayor, 3-Patio de los Leones de la Alhambra), JEREZ (Iglesia de Santiago), LORCA (Iglesia de San Juan), LISBOA, MADRID (Puerta del Sol), MURCIA (Catedral), SALAMANCA, SEGOVIA, SEVILLA (1-Giralda y Puerta del Perdón, 2-Catedral), TOLEDO, VALENCIA (1-Plaza del Mercado, 2-Torre de Sta. Catalina), ZARAGOZA (Torre inclinada). Tipos, Trajes y Costumbres (todas color excepto toros y venta): Corrida de Toros, Diligencia española, Barcelona- Mequinenza-Zaragoza, Burgos-Salamanca-Santander, Granada (aguador y bohemios), Alicante (fiesta parroquial), Sevilla (gitanos de Triana), Una venta, Granada (domingo por la mañana), Toreros (Cúchares, primer matador de España), Valencia (el mercado), Benicarlo-Cartagena-Orihuela. (1852)

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        Die königlichen Gärten zu Herrenhausen bei Hannover. Ein Führer durch dieselben.

      Hahn, Hannover 1852. - 17,4 x 11 cm. 2 Bl., IV, 90 Seiten und 2 gefaltete lithographierte Tafeln. Erste Ausgabe. Dochnahl S. 171. Etwas späterer Halbledereinband (19. Jahrhundert) mit goldenem Rückentitel, marmorierten Deckeln und gemusterten Vorsätzen. Einband ein wenig angestaubt und berieben, innen meist gering, teils stärker stockfleckig, Initial-Stempel auf Titel.

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        Allemagne. Le Rhin de Bale a Dusseldorf avec des excursions en Alsace, dans le Palatinat rhenan, les vallees de la Murg et du Neckar, la Bergstrasse, l`Oden wald; le Taunus, les vallees de la Nahe, de la Lahn, de l`Ahr et de la Wupper et a Aix-la-Chapelle. Seconde edition

      Koblenz, Baedeker 1852.. Mit 1 lithogr. Karte in 2 Teilen, 9 lithogr. Plänen sowie 15 lithogr. Ansichten. 3 Bll., XXIV, 258 S. Illustr. gelbe OPp. (sog. Biedermeier-Einband). Hinrichsen F 3. - Seltene französische Ãœbersetzung der 7. Ausgabe der "Rheinreise". - Mit Plänen von Straßburg, Frankfurt, Mainz, Koblenz, Bonn, Köln, Aachen, Düsseldorf, dem Schlossgarten in Schwetzingen, Ansichten von Sehenswürdigkeiten am Rhein und Karte des Rheinlaufes. - Beschabt und bestoßen, wie üblich braunfleckig.

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        LIFE OF FRANKLIN PIERCE

      Boston Ticknor, Reed, and Fields 1852 - First Edition. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Pierce. 8vo, publisher’s original dark brown blind-stamped cloth, gilt lettered on spine. Housed in a fine morocco backed folding case. [4] ads, 144 pp. A well preserved and fresh copy with a small abrasion to the head of the spine, housed in a 1/4 red morocco clamshell box. FIRST EDITION IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH OF THIS HAWTHORNE SCARCITY, and one of only two American presidential political biographies written by men of letters. Hawthorne was a college classmate and friend of Pierce's, and he wrote this during the presidential campaign of 1852. While professing objectivity, Hawthorne considered the work "a political biography, and as a representation of the principles and acts of a public man, intended to operate upon the minds of multitudes, during a presidential canvass." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A WONDER-BOOK FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. With Engravings by Baker from Designs by Billings.

      Ticknor, Reed, and Fields., Boston 1852 - First edition, first printing. Sm. 8vo. 256pp. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece and 6 engraved plates (some with tissue guards). Publisherís green cloth special gift binding (Ticknor format ìBî) elaborately blind stamped with a central gilt motif. A.e.g. Minor spots on title and frontispiece. This copy lacks the front free endpaper, otherwise about fine. Bookplate on front pastedown. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Allemagne. Le Rhin de Bale a Dusseldorf avec des excursions en Alsace, dans le Palatinat rhenan, les vallees de la Murg et du Neckar, la Bergstrasse, l'Oden wald; le Taunus, les vallees de la Nahe, de la Lahn, de l'Ahr et de la Wupper et a Aix-la-Chapelle. Seconde edition.

      Koblenz, Baedeker 1852.. Mit 1 lithogr. Karte in 2 Teilen, 9 lithogr. Plänen sowie 15 lithogr. Ansichten. 3 Bll., XXIV, 258 S. Illustr. gelbe OPp. (sog. Biedermeier-Einband).. Hinrichsen F 3. - Seltene französische Übersetzung der 7. Ausgabe der "Rheinreise". - Mit Plänen von Straßburg, Frankfurt, Mainz, Koblenz, Bonn, Köln, Aachen, Düsseldorf, dem Schlossgarten in Schwetzingen, Ansichten von Sehenswürdigkeiten am Rhein und Karte des Rheinlaufes. - Beschabt und bestoßen, wie üblich braunfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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