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

      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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      [Philadelphia, 1852. Broadsheet, 8 x 9 1/2 inches. Previously folded, with one small chip at the edge of a fold line. Printed form, completed in manuscript by several hands. With a woodcut mining vignette. Near fine. A certificate for stock in the Philadelphia and California Mining Company, completed on September 16, 1852, granting one Theodore Walter fifty shares in the venture, and signed by the Secretary, L. Alter, and the President, Pearson Serrill. The central woodcut depicts a mining scene representing the company's California operations. The Philadelphia and California Mining Company was founded in the same year on the basis of a land lease from John Fremont in the area of the Mariposa River. A rare piece of mining ephemera: OCLC records only one other example of a stock certificate from this company, held by the California Historical Society. OCLC 828929436.

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        Conversations in Ebury Street. [With full page manuscript letter in ink written into the book by George Moore].

      Second Edition. Octavo. 315 pages. Original Hardcover (dark cloth with original spinelabel). With a fantastic, full-page, signed message written inside the book by George Moore. Very good - condition of the binding with signs of external wear (some spotting). Moore responds in his manuscript note on the halftitle possibly to the request of Frieda Lawrence, wife of D.H.Lawrence, who requested a copy of Moore's book "The Pastoral Loves of Daphnis and Chloe". Moore sent her instead this edition. Please ask for more images. George Augustus Moore (24 February 1852 21 January 1933) was an Irish novelist, short-story writer, poet, art critic, memoirist and dramatist. Moore came from a Roman Catholic landed family who lived at Moore Hall in Carra, County Mayo. He originally wanted to be a painter, and studied art in Paris during the 1870s. There, he befriended many of the leading French artists and writers of the day. As a naturalistic writer, he was amongst the first English-language authors to absorb the lessons of the French realists, and was particularly influenced by the works of Émile Zola. His writings influenced James Joyce, according to the literary critic and biographer Richard Ellmann, and, although Moore's work is sometimes seen as outside the mainstream of both Irish and British literature, he is as often regarded as the first great modern Irish novelist. George Moore's family had lived in Moore Hall, near Lough Carra, County Mayo for almost a century. The house was built by his paternal great-grandfatheralso called George Moorewho had made his fortune as a wine merchant in Alicante. The novelist's grandfather was a friend of Maria Edgeworth, and author of An Historical Memoir of the French Revolution. His great-uncle, John Moore, was president of the short-lived Republic of Connacht during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. The novelist's father, George Henry Moore, sold his stable and hunting interests during the Great Irish Famine, and from 18471857, served as an Independent Member of Parliament (MP) for Mayo in the British House of Commons. George Henry was renowned as a fair landlord, fought to uphold the rights of tenants, and was a founder of the Catholic Defence Association. His estate consisted of 5000 ha (50 km) in Mayo, with a further 40 ha in County Roscommon. In 1868, Moore's father was again elected MP for Mayo and the family moved to London the following year. Here, Moore senior tried, unsuccessfully, to have his son follow a career in the military though, prior to this, he attended the School of Art in the South Kensington Museum where his achievements were no better. He was freed from any burden of education when his father died in 1870.[13] Moore, though still a minor, inherited the family estate that was valued at 3,596. He handed it over to his brother Maurice to manage and in 1873, on attaining his majority, moved to Paris to study art. It took him several attempts to find an artist who would accept him as a pupil. Monsieur Jullian, who had previously been a shepherd and circus masked man, took him on for 40 francs a month.[14] At Académie Jullian he met Lewis Weldon Hawkins who became Moore's flat-mate and whose trait, as a failed artist, show up in Moore's own characters.[13] He met many of the key artists and writers of the time, including Pissarro, Degas, Renoir, Monet, Daudet, Mallarmé, Turgenev and, above all, Zola, who was to prove an influential figure in Moore's subsequent development as a writer. While still in Paris his first book, a collection of lyric poems called The Flowers of Passion, was self-published in 1877. The poems were derivative, maliciously reviewed by the critics who were offended by some of the depravities in store for moralistic readers and was withdrawn by Moore. He was forced to return to Ireland in 1880 to raise 3,000 to pay debts incurred on the family estate due to his tenants refusing to pay their rent and the drop in agricultural prices. During his time back in Mayo, he gained a reputation as a fair landlord, continuing the family tradition of not evicting tenants and refusing to carry firearms when travelling round the estate. While in Ireland, he decided to abandon art and move to London to become a professional writer. There he published his second poetry collection, Pagan Poems, in 1881. These early poems reflect his interest in French symbolism and are now almost entirely neglected. In 1886 Moore published Confessions of a Young Man, a lively and energetic memoir about his 20s spent in Paris and London among bohemian artists. It contains a substantial amount of literary criticism for which it has received a fair amount of praise, for instance The Modern Library chose it in 1917 to be included in the series as "one of the most significant documents of the passionate revolt of English literature against the Victorian tradition." During the 1880s, Moore began work on a series of novels in a realist style. His first novel, A Modern Lover (1883) was a three-volume work, as preferred by the circulating libraries, and deals with the art scene of the 1870s and 1880s in which many characters are identifiably real. The circulating libraries in England banned the book because of its explicit portrayal of the amorous pursuits of its hero. At this time the British circulating libraries, such as Mudie's Select Library, controlled the market for fiction and the public, who paid fees to borrow their books, expected them to guarantee the morality of the novels available. His next book, a novel in the realist style, A Mummers Wife (1885) was also regarded as unsuitable by Mudie's and W H Smith refused to stock it on their news-stalls. Despite this, during its first year of publication the book was in its fourteenth edition mainly due to the publicity garnered by its opponents. As with A Modern Lover, his two next novels, A Mummers Wife and A Drama in Muslin, were banned by Mudie's and Smith's. In response Moore declared war on the circulating libraries by publishing two provocative pamphlets Literature at Nurse and Circulating Morals. In these, he complained that the libraries profit from salacious popular fiction while refusing to stock serious literary fiction. Moore's publisher Henry Vizetelly began to issue unabridged mass-market translations of French realist novels that endangered the moral and commercial influence of the circulating libraries around this time. In 1888, the circulating libraries fought back by encouraging the House of Commons to implement laws to stop 'the rapid spread of demoralising literature in this country'. However, Vizetelly was brought to court by the National Vigilance Association (NVA) for 'obscene libel'. The charge arose due to the publication of the English translation of Zola's La Terre. A second case was brought the following year in order to force implementation of the original judgement and to remove all of Zola's works. This led to the 70-year-old publisher becoming involved in the literary cause. Throughout Moore stayed loyal to Zola's publisher, and on 22 September 1888, about a month before the trial, wrote a letter that appeared in the St. James Gazette. In it Moore suggested it was improper that Vizetelly's fate be determined by a jury of twelve tradesmen, explaining it would be preferable to be judged by three novelists. Moore pointed out that the NVA could make the same claims against such books as Madame Bovary and Gautier's Mademoiselle de Maupin, as their morals are equivalent to Zola's, though their literary merits might differ. Because of his willingness to tackle such issues as prostitution, extramarital sex and lesbianism, Moore's novels were initially met with disapprobation. However, as the public's taste for realist fiction grew, this subsided. Moore began to find success as an art critic with the publication of books such as Impressions and Opinions (1891) and Modern Painting (1893)which was the first significant attempt to introduce the Impressionists to an English audience. By this time Moore was first able to live from the proceeds of his literary work. Other realist novels by Moore from this period include A Drama in Muslin (1886), a satiric story of the marriage trade in Anglo-Irish society that hints at same-sex relationships among the unmarried daughters of the gentry, and Esther Waters (1894), the story of an unmarried housemaid who becomes pregnant and is abandoned by her footman lover. Both of these books have remained almost constantly in print since their first publication. His 1887 novel A Mere Accident is an attempt to merge his symbolist and realist influences. He also published a collection of short stories: Celibates (1895). In 1901, Moore returned to Ireland to live in Dublin at the suggestion of his cousin and friend, Edward Martyn. Martyn had been involved in Ireland's cultural and dramatic movements for some years, and was working with Lady Gregory and William Butler Yeats to establish the Irish Literary Theatre. Moore soon became deeply involved in this project and in the broader Irish Literary Revival. He had already written a play, The Strike at Arlingford (1893), which was produced by the Independent Theatre. The play was the result of a challenge between Moore and George Robert Sims over Moore's criticism of all contemporary playwrights in Impressions and Opinions. Moore won the one hundred pound bet made by Sims for a stall to witness an "unconventional" play by Moore, though Moore insisted the word "unconventional" be excised.[24] George Moore lived at No. 4 Upper Ely Place at the start of the 20th century The Irish Literary Theatre staged his satirical comedy The Bending of the Bough (1900), adapted from Martyn's The Tale of a Town, originally rejected by the theatre but unselfishly given to Moore for revision, and Martyn's Maeve. Staged by the company who would later become the Abbey Theatre, The Bending of the Bough was a historically important play and introduced realism into Irish literature. Lady Gregory wrote that it: "hits impartially all round". The play was satire on Irish political life, and as it was unexpectedly nationalist, was considered the first to deal with a vital question that had appeared in Irish life. Diarmuid and Grania, a poetic play in prose co-written with Yeats in 1901, was also staged by the theatre, with incidental music by Elgar. After this production Moore took up pamphleteering on behalf of the Abbey, and parted company with the dramatic movement. Moore published two books of prose fiction set in Ireland around this time a second book of short stories, The Untilled Field (1903) and a novel, The Lake (1905). The Untilled Field deal with themes of clerical interference in the daily lives of the Irish peasantry, and of the issue of emigration. The stories were originally written for translation into Irish, in order to serve as models for other writers working in the language. Three of the translations were published in the New Ireland Review, but publication was then paused due to a perceived anti-clerical sentiment. In 1902 the entire collection was translated by Tadhg Ó Donnchadha and Pádraig Ó Súilleabháin, and published in a parallel-text edition by the Gaelic League as An-tÚr-Ghort. Moore later revised the texts for the English edition. These stories were influenced by Turgenev's A Sportsman's Sketches, a book recommended to Moore by W. K. Magee, a sub-librarian of the National Library of Ireland, and had earlier suggested that Moore "was best suited to become Ireland's Turgenev". The tales are recognised by some as representing the birth of the Irish short story as a literary genre. In 1903, following a disagreement with his brother Maurice over the religious upbringing of his nephews, Moore declared himself to be Protestant. His conversion was announced in a letter to the Irish Times newspaper. Moore remained in Dublin until 1911. In 1914, he published a gossipy, three-volume memoir of h

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        Vue Générale de Londres Prise au dessus du Park St James.

      Ledot Jerome, 168 rue de Rivoli, Grand Hotel du Louvre, [after 1852]., Paris, - "Devil's Acre" Lithograph. Fichot's print is broadly based upon Appert's c1850 birds'-eye view (items 32-35). The main difference is the addition of Victoria Street, built in 1851, partly on the site of a slum dubbed "Devil's Acre" by Charles Dickens.Charles Fichot (1817-1903) was a French lithographer, who settled in Paris in 1852, giving an approximate date for the print. Image: 412 by 605mm. (16.25 by 23.75 inches). Sheet: 543 by 730mm. (21.5 by 28.75 inches).

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        Ansicht der Gegend zwischen der Uhlenhorst und der Lohmühle mit dem neu anzulegenden Verbindungswege. Koloriert Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Wilhelm Heuer.

      (1852). 1852 - 20,3 x 54,7 cm. Etwas angestaubt, leichte Fingerflecken, einige senkrechte Knitterfalten. Zeigt das Alsterufer mit Lohmühle und dem Krankenhaus St.Georg vom Stuhlmannschen Haus bis zur Straße "An der Alster". Salamon Ans 12. Die nebenstehende Abbildung wurde aus zwei Bildern zusammengesetzt, der leichte senkrechte farbliche Absatz im rechten Teil existiert im Original nicht. [SW - Ansicht, Ansichten, Hamburgensien, Hamburgensie]

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        Ölgemälde: Die kleine Schäferin.

      Reizendes kleines Ölgemälde des Wiener Genremalers Joseph Kinzel ( *1852 Lobenstein, Schlesien - 1925 Spitz an der Donau ). Öl auf Kupferplatte, alt gerahmt. Bildmaße: 20,3 x 16,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ) / Rahmenmaß: 24 x 19,5 cm ). Rechts unten mit J. Kinzel signiert, undatiert ( ca. um 1880 ). Gezeigt wird eine junge Schäferin mit 3 Schafen, im Hintergrund ein Distelstrauch. Das Bild im linken Rand mit einer kleinen Druckstelle, ansonsten guter Zutand. Der Rahmen leicht bestoßen. J. Kinzel ( im Thieme-Becker als Josef Kinzel aufgeführt ) studierte an der Wiener Akademie uner E. Engerth, Blass, Wurzinger und Eisenmenger, vollendete seine Studien an der Münchner Akademie unter Alois Gabl und Otto Seitz und machte sich dann in Wien ansässig. Er beschickte um die Jahrhundertwende einige Kunstausstellungen in Wien, München und Berlin - seine Gemälde finden sich in einigen Museen sowie im österreichischen Staatsbesitz. Drei seiner Gemälde erwarb in den 1880er Jahren der österreichische Kaiser Franz Joseph. Literatur u.a.: Thieme-Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler, Band 20, Seite 337 und 338. ( Pic erhältlich - webimage available )

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        The Curiosities of Industry and the AppliedSciences.

      London. George Routledge & Co. 1852.. Hardcover. 8vo. 22cm, c.[320]pp.,original blind decorated green cloth over boards, title & contents labelin frame border laid down on the upper cloth, tight back plain clothspine, a few dust soiling marks in the text, binding bit worn on theedges, hinges bit shaken but sound, library bookplate on the frontendpapers partially removed, very good condition, Scarce. ~ A seriesof essays on the manufacturing industry by English journalist, GeorgeDodd (1808-1881). Subjects include: glass, iron, wood, calculatingmachines, india rubber & gutta percha, electricity, gold, paper,printing, cotton & flax, corn & bread, ships, fire & light, wool & silk,steam & water power. George Dodd is best remembered for his book "TheFood of London". .

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      London: G. Routledge & Co, 1852. Third Edition. Leather_bound. Very Good. Two Volumes Bound As One. Recent expert rebinding in three-quarter leather following original lines of hubbed spine. 8vo. Rubbing and scuffing to original board edges, binding and block tight and clean (pages lightly toned presumably because of original paper quality). Edges decorated with tiny red speckling, silk bookmark intact. The first edition (1848) was published in two volumes. This edition comprises the original (two volumes bound as one), with some revisions and additions and a new preface. Two previous owners' tasteful illustrated bookplates to front pastedown and ffep. Early booksellers small label to front pastedown "Fred Spenceley, Bookseller, 26 Music Hall Building, Boston. Philosophical Books A Speciality" An intriguing collection of sketches and anecdotes relating to ghosts and the mystery of life as understood by this noted Victorian novelist and children's author. Crowe gives her own interpretations and commentaries which seek to encourage a sense of wonder by emphasising the supernatural. A classic example of the spiritualist writings of her day which had a great deal of influence on her contemporaries, including, it is thought, Charles Baudelaire, and on many authors and spiritual thinkers of later generations.

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        SMITH'S ILLUSTRATED ASTRONOMY, Designed for the Use of the Public or Common Schools in the United States

      New York: Cady & Burgess, 1852. Hardcover. Good. Illustrated with numerous original diagrams (frontispiece, with 28 full-page plates and a textual illustration). New York: Cady & Burgess, 1852. Tenth edition. In his preface, Smith writes "It has been the object of the author of this little manual of Astronomical science, to present all the distinguishing principles in physical Astronomy with as few words as possible; but with such occular demonstrations, by way of diagrams and maps, as shall make the subject easily understood." This visual approach made Smith's Illustrated Astronomy the most popular American astronomy book of the 19th century, and it remains one of the most historically and artistically important manifestations of astral iconography. Quarto. The original pictorial paper-covered boards have been expertly rebacked with a new black morocco spine. Some occasional mild soiling to the contents, with the typical minor offsetting opposite the plates. The boards are shelfworn and soiled, with a minor scratch to the front panel and a few small stains.

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        Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley. With an Introductory Essay by Robert Browning.

      London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street 1852 vi, [1], [1 blank], 165, [2], [1 blank] pp. - 8 pp. (List of Books). Ganzleder Handeinband mit reicher Vergoldung, Octavo, ca. 197 x 124 mm. (Einband minimalst berieben, erste und letzte Blätter braunfleckig, sehr schönes Exemplar) Contemporary olive morocco (203 x 133 x 17,5 mm), spine with five raised bands, panelled and lettered in gilt, richly gilt with gilt fleural tools and lines, boards with gilt line panels. Top edge gilt, burgundy endleaves. Bound by Riviere & Son, and signed on upper turn-in.. This is the first edition of the Browning Essay. Edward Moxon bought twenty three letters at a Sotheby & Wilkinson sale, 12 May 1851. The vendor of these letters was the bookseller William White who had obtained them, with other items including Byron forgeries, from `Major George Gordon de Luna Byron`, also known as DeBibler, who claimed to be the illegitimate son of the poet Byron by a Spanish lady. The son of Sir Francis Palgrave realised that Letter XXI to William Godwin from Florence was cribbed from a letter to his father.\"An ingenious forgery perpetrated by an impostor, claiming to be the [natural] son of Lord Byron. Two genuine letters, which happened to be in Moxon`s hands, were included. The fraud was discovered, to the chagrin of Browning and Moxon, who at once destroyed all obtainable copies of the book\" (Granniss).The two genuine letters in the present volume are No. V to Sir James Henry Lawrence, August 17, 1812 (= Ingpen #186; de Ricci 186) and No. XXIII to Keats, Pisa, July 27, 1820 (= Ingpen #484; de Ricci 484).\"One of the most ingenious literary forgeries of modern times is recalled by a rare work which a London bookdealer now is offering for sale for $375. It is an octavo volume published in 1852 by Moxon and entitled `Letters of P. B. Shelley, with an introductory essay by Robert Browning. Browning really wrote the introduction, but not one of the twenty-five letters in it is by Shelley. These letters purported to have been sent by Percy Bysshe Shelley, the eminent English poet, to various of his friends. They were clever imitations of his hand-writing, and bore the postmarks of cities in which it was known that Shelley had resided. The book made a sensation. Browning`s preface is one of his most admired pieces of prose writing. Moxon sent copies of the work to a number of distinguished literary men, among others Lord Alfred Tennyson. Francis Turner Palgrove, son of Sir Francis Palgrove, the historian, was at the time a guest of Lord Tennyson. He picked up the book one day and opened it at a letter from Shelley to Godwin, his father-in-law, which seemed strangely familiar to him. He read on and found that the letter was a plagiarism of an article which his father had contributed to the Quarterly Review in 1840. Moxon, when informed of this discovery, said that he had bought the letters at a public sale, and that they seemed authentic. The handwriting appeared genuine, the seal was Shelley`s and the addresses bore the stamp of the Post Offices of the italian towns where Shelley had lived. It happened that, at the same sale, the poet`s son, Sir Percy Florence Shelley, had bought other letters of his father, which were of a private and personal character. These letters were found to be at utter variance with well-known facts. Moxon at once suppressed the book, the auctionneer said that the letters had come to him from a bookseller named W. White. White, in turn, said that he had bought them from an unknown woman who claimed to have received them from Fletcher, Lord Byron`s servant. Further search revealed that behind this unknown woman was the forger, George Gordon Byron, alias De Gibler. This adventurer bore a striking resemblance to Lord Byron, had assumed his name, and had passed himself off as Byron`s natural son. He almost succeeded in palming off on a publisher some unedited remains of Lord Byron. As soon as the facts about the letters became known he disappeared (...)\" (New York Times, February 26, 1911: \"Shelley`s forged letters. Rare copy for sale in London, the work of G. G. Byron\").Erste Ausgabe. Handgefertigter olivbrauner Maroquinband mit fünf erhabenen Bünden auf dem Rücken, auf zweitem und drittem Feld Verfasser und Titel, am Fuß das Jahr, die anderen mit reicher fleuraler Vergoldung und Randlinien. Die Deckel mit dreifachen Randrahmen aus Linienvergoldung; reiche Innenkantenvergoldung, dreifarbige handgestochene Kapitale. Goldkopfschnitt, vorn und unten unbeschnitten; Vorsätze aus burgunderrotem Papier. Signiert auf dem vorderen Ledereinschlag unten: Riviere & Son. - Vorsätze braunfleckig, sonst sehr schönes, dekoratives Exemplar dieser seltenen Ausgabe.Mit dem Exlibris von Robert Hoe III (1839 - 1909), Bibliophiler, Besitzer von Schnellpressenfabriken und Erfinder von Druckpressen, lebte in New York, wo er Eigentümer einer der größten amerikanischen privaten Bibliotheken war, die 1911-1914 von den Anderson Galeries auktioniert wurde. Zusammen mit anderen Bibliophilen gründete er den Grolier Club, dessen erster Präsident er wurde. Mit einem weiteren Exlibris von John Whipple Frothingham (1818 - 1894). - Some foxing to endleaves, else fine. From the libraries of John Whipple Frothingham and Robert Hoe: \"olive brown levant morocco gilt, gilt top, uncut, by Rivière. Printed from forgeries, and suppressed\" (Anderson Auction Company, 1912, Part IV, #2935).Robert Hoe III (1839 - 1909) was an American businessman and producer of printing press equipment. He was one of the organizers and first president of the Grolier Club (1884-1888, cf. Asaf/Wornom p. 149) and an extensive collector of rare books and manuscripts. His books were auctioneered by the Anderson Galleries, 1911-1914. \"Only a man of taste with a profound knowledge of books could have assembled a collection of such quality\" (Lee Edmonds Grove in \"Grolier 75\", p. 25). Printed on wove paper without watermark. - RFM. Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [19. Jahrhundert Biographie signiert signed bindings Vorbesitz Literatur Bibliophilie Briefe Biographie Riviere & Son Schöne Einbände moderner handgefertigter Meistereinband handmade binding]

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        Aquarell ( Gouache ): Küstenlandschaft mit Fischernetzen und Reusenkörben vor einem Leuchtfeuer.

      Schönes Aquarell ( Gouache ) über Bleistift des bekannten Künstlers (* 1852 - 1913 ), rechts unten mit " F.Schwinge, 89 " signiert. In schönem Rahmen unter Glas alt gerahmt. Bildmaße 25 x 35 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), Rahmenmaße 36 x 44 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Der Rahmen etwas berieben, gering beschädigt, ansonsten wohlerhalten. ( Gewicht 1500 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) ( Lagerort Richey--1.OG )

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        The History of the World: Comprising A General History, Both Ancient and Modern ; Including a Complete History of the United States to the Present Time; Also the Late War with Mexico, California etc. Volumes I & II

      Henry Bill, New York 1852 - Thick octavo volumes. 771, 741p. 2 folding color lithographs. Includes the' rare' lithograph in Vol. II " San Francisco, 1852" 18-1/4 x 12-1/2 with 13 identified keys. Early view of Gold Rush-era San Francisco looking over the bustling, book town city from the west towards Yerba Buena Island .The lower margin lists thirteen locations found in the image: North Bay, Yerba Buena Island, California Exchange, Plaza, Leonard's Warehouse, Market Street Pier, California Street etc. Old Ink and pencil signature of a " John Bradley" on the front free endpaper of Volume I-- there was a John Bradley, Clothing Store at 17 Long Wharf. Very Good lithograph with crisp clear colors, free of foxing, two archival mended tears to blind side, light browning to blind side. Vol. I also includes the 18" x 13"color lithograph of :The Crystal Palace with vibrant colors, small corner marginal tear . Fair in publisher's original embossed black cloth, red moroccan spine labels, spines chipped, edge rubbing, covers on Vol. I barely attached but still holding . 2 frontispieces, plates, illustrations, light marginal foxing . French-flag colony color illustration 1/2 excised. Marbled edges, marbled endpapers. (p) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope - Christina Rossetti's Copy Inscribed to Her Mother. Three Volumes

      London: William Pickering, 1852. The Aldine Edition. Hard Cover. Small Octavo. THREE VOLUMES. PRESENTATION COPY SIGNED, INSCRIBED AND DATED BY CHRISTINA ROSSETTI TO HER MOTHER FRANCES M. L. ROSSETTI. "Christina Rossetti to her dear Mother Frances M. L. Rossetti 8th September 1855." Inscription is on FEP of volume I. Original drab purple cloth, with printed paper spine labels. clxiii [3]168; viii[311]; vii[363]1 pages; engraved frontis portrait. The Aldine Edition of the British Poets was produced to an exacting standard by the prestigous firm of William Pickering. It was printed to a high degree of quality by C. Whittingham. The Aldine Edition of Pope was first printed in 1843-44. Cloth boards fading at edges, paper labels on spines browned, but readable; internally very clean. Housed in a custom green half morocco slipcase. Christina Rossetti (1830-1894), sister of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, is called in Schleueter's Encyclopedia of British Women Author's "the foremost female poet of religious verse and orthodox Christianity in 19th century England and has been ranked with John Donne, George Herbert and Gerard Manley Hopkins as one of the great religious poets." Her work has been reevaluated by modern scholars and there has been great interest in Freudian interpretations of her work, particularly "Goblin Market" which is often regarded as symbolic of repressed female genius. Frances Polidori Rossetti (1800-1886) was the daughter of Italian exile Gaetano Polidori and sister of John Polidori, and author of "The Vampyre" and Lord Byron's physician.

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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). - 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 etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Titel m. altem Namensstempel. Die Tafeln wie meist etw. knapp beschnitten. Leicht gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Nebehay/W., 2. Nachtrag 1061; Schlossar 181; Stmk. LB, Kat. d. Styriaca 68. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 500 8°. Mit 4 (1 gefalt.) lithogr. Tafeln. 2 Bll., 93 (1) S., 2 Bll., (Orig.-?)HLwd. d. Zt. m. mont. illustr. lithogr. OUmschlag. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Das Königreich Hannover in malerischen Original-Ansichten in Stahl

      gestochen von verschiedenen Künstlern. G.G.Lange Vlg. Darmstadt. 1852, nur 2.Bd. 161-495 S. gr.8. m. 57 Stahlstichen(Münden, Osnabrück, Clausthal, Bergstadt Zellerfeld, Ruine Scharzfeld, Goslar, Leer, Stadt Norden, Insel Norderney, Hannover, u.a.) meist stockfleckig und 1Titelblatt mit dem Dom zu Verden. und angebunden Appel, Frankfurt a.M. 16. S. mit 3 Stichen von Frankfurt. Hld.d.Zt.ornamental und reiche Rü.-Vergoldung.-2)Sehr schöner Einb.-Rücken(nur II.Band)Bild eines Stahlstiches.

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        Der Rhein und die Rheinlande von den Quellen des Rheins bis Mainz

      dargestellt in malerischen Original-Ansichten. In Stahl gestochen von J.Lange und Andren, Johann Kolb. Text J. W. Appell. 1.Abtheilung:von den Quellen des Rheins bis Mainz. 216 Seiten Text gr.8. m. 82 Stahlstichen, incl. Titel. Gestochener Titel ist datiert 1852 (Dom zu Chur) Stahlstiche, kräftige Abzüge u.a von Basel, Strassburg,Überlingen, Heidelberg,Manheim,Insel Meinau, Freiburg. Einband leicht beschabt,1 Gelenk brüchig. Bild des Titels. Lange. Darmstadt. 1853. Mit Gebrauchsspuren/Used condition. Halbleder der Zeit der Entstehung/Hardcover. teils stark stockfleckig und am Rande wasserfleckig. Sprache: deutsch/german.

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        Aulacorhamphus Caeruleogularis, Gould. [Blue-throated Groove-bill].

      Printed by Hullmandel & Walton. Published between 1852- 1854. - Lithograph, handcolored, on sheet 21 1/2 x 14 inches. Overall light foxing, light embossing from clips at top edge, remains of three small pieces of tape at top edge of verso. With accompanying text sheet. A stunningly rich image from the second edition of John Gould's magnificent "A monograph of the Ramphastidae, or family of Toucans."

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        Handschreiben mit eigenh. U. St. Petersburg, 9. IV. 1852.

      1852. ½ S. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. "Herr Oberst von Berg. Empfangen Sie Meinen Dank für das Schreiben vom 14ten d. M. in welchem Sie Mir Ihre Ernennung zum Commandeur der 7ten Cavallerie-Brigade anzeigen. Durch Zuweisung dieses umfangreicheren Wirkungskreises, ist Ihnen von Seiner Majestät dem Könige ein neuer ehrenvoller Beweis Höchster Huld und Vertrauens zu Theil geworden, wozu Ich Ihnen nur aufrichtigst Glück wünschen kann. Ich verbleibe Ihnen wohlgewogen [...]." - Mittig quer gefaltet. Verso von späterer Hand bezeichnet "Unterschrift des Kaisers Nikolas I von Russland".

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        The Naval Dry Docks of the United States

      D. Van Nostrand - New York 1852 - 9 1/2" x 12". Part I; 113 pp.,13 plates. Part II; 84 pp. 11 plates, [44] of advertising. Complete with all plates. Blind embossed black cloth covering with gilt titles on front cover. Binding straight, square and secure with hinges supple. Light scuff to back cover; Top and bottom of spine with small splits. Edges and corners crisp and clean. Interior bright, clean and unmarked. This a very crisp and handsome copy. It is large and may require a slight extra shipping charge. NOT EX-LIBRARY [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Souvenir de Berne.

      Quer-Kl.-8, 14 Bl., 6 blattgrosse u. 4 doppelblattgrosse mehrfarbige lithographische Ansichten, Lwd. d. Zeit, Innengelenk angebrochen u. stockfleckig Die Ansichten zeigen die Stadt Bern mit dem Bundeshaus West (Bundes-Rathaus 1852 bis 1857) lang vor dem Bau des heutigen Bundeshauses (1884-92). Zeigt aber bereits die Rote Brücke genannte Eisenbahnbrücke die 1858 fertiggestellt wurde. Folgende Abb. werden gezeigt: Berne depuis le grand rempart. La porte de Morat. Berne prise de lEnghe. La tour du grande horloge. Lesplanade. Berne prise depuis la promenade du petit rempart. La cathédrale et le monument de Rod.phe dErlach. Berne depuis la route de Wabern. Fosse aux ours. LEnge Près de Berne.

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        Gesamtansicht, "Vue de Montjoie, coté de l' Est ( Province Rhenane)".

      - Lithographie n. u. v. Ponsart de Malmedy b. Simonau & Toovey, 1852, 32,7 x 43 Sehr selten!!! Blick von einer Aussichtsterrasse zur Stadt, im Vordergrund ein Maler ( sitzend). Der Künstler ?

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        Der Nordamerikanische Landwirth. Ein Handbuch für Ansiedler in den Vereinigten Staaten.

      Frankfurt, G. F. Heyer, 1852. Zweite, mit 1 Karte des Staates "Michigan" vermehrte Auflage. XIV, 399 S. Mit 247 Holzstichabbildungen und 1 gefalt. lithogr. Karte. Gr.-8°, OPappbd. mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel. Sabin 24696. Howes F 174. - Wenig fleckig, etwas wasserrandig, Rücken mit kleiner Fehlstelle.

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        Neuester Zeitungs-Atlas für Alte & Neue Erdkunde

      Hildburghausen/Amsterdam/New York, Bibliographisches Inst. (1852).. qu.-4°. Gest. Tit., 1 Bl. (Kartenverz.), 123 Karten in meist grenzkolor. Stahlstichen, Ln. Ehem. Bibl.-Expl. Berieb., staub- u. fingerfleckig. Tit. gestemp. Mehrere Randeinrisse unterlegt. EA. Espenhorst - Komplette erste Ausgabe der Grundausgabe, ursprüngl. in 31 Lieferungen erschienen. Himmelskarte mit drehbarer Zeitscheibe.

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        A Collection of 13 comic illustrated books, all but two published by Bogue

      London, 1852. Each illustrated with woodcuts by A. Henning, H.G. Hine, Gavarni, et. al. 13 vols. 16mo. Uniformly bound in half blue, green and brown morocco and boards, by Rivière. Many with publisher's catalogue bound in at rear; several with original wrappers bound in. Two upper joints repaired, some minor wear at extremities, otherwise very good to fine. Henning, A. Each illustrated with woodcuts by A. Henning, H.G. Hine, Gavarni, et. al. 13 vols. 16mo. A Choice Little Batch of David Bogue. One of the most popular publishers of mid-nineteenth-century English humor was David Bogue, of 86 Fleet Street. Master of the handy illustrated format (exemplified by the books in this choice selection), Bogue and his stable of writers and illustrators - which included George Cruikshank, A. Henning, H.G. Hine, Horace Mayhew, Gavarni, and many others - delighted the English public by tweaking the noses of contemporary snobs, bores, toadies, flirts, gluttons, etc., and exploring the 'natural history' of English fauna. This delightful collection of his publications includes: (1) Reach, Angus B. The Natural history of "Bores". 1847. Illustrated by Hine. (2) Reach, The Natural History of Humbugs. 1847. Illustrated by Henning. (3) Reach, London on the Thames; or, Life above and below Bridge. London: Published at the Office of the Puppet Show, [1847?]. Illustrated by Hine, Gavarni, et. al. (4) Smith, Albert. The Natural History of 'Stuck-Up' People. 1847. Illustrated by Henning. (5) Smith, The Natural History of the Gent. 1847. Illustrated. (6) Smith, The Natural History of the Flirt. 1848. Illustrated by Gavarni, Gilbert, & Henning. (7) Smith, The Natural History of the Idler upon Town. 1848. Illustrated by Henning. (8) Mayhew, Horace. Model Woman and Children. [1848]. Illustrated by Hine. (9) Mayhew, Model Men. 1848. Illustrated by Hine. (10) Mayhew, Change for a Shilling. [1848]. Illustrated by Hine. (11) Carleton, J.W. The Natural History of the "Hawk" Tribe. [1848]. Illustrated by Henning. (12) [Anon.] The Natural History of the Tuft-Hunters and Toadies. 1848. Illustrated by Hine. (13) Barnett, W.H. The Natural History of the Edinburgh Gent. Edinburgh: Forbes & Wilson, 1852. Illustrated. An excellent example of a Bogue "spin-off" in this Edinburgh imitation.

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        Ilsenburg (Harz). Bleistiftzeichnung, laviert.

      Signiert, datiert "Mai 1852" und bezeichnet "Ilsenburg". Auf braunem Zeichenpapier. 22 x 40,5. Papier: 27,4 x 40,5. Von einem erhöhten Betrachterstandpunkt zeigt das großformatige Studienblatt den Ort Ilsenburg nur in wenigen Strichen, während sich die Landschaft vor dem Betrachter bis hin zum Brocken ausbreitet. - Der Hamburger Künstler Berend Goos war als Landschafts- und Genremaler tätig. Erst ab 1855 widmete er sich der Malerei: er wurde von Hermann Kauffmann unterwiesen und ging auf dessen Anraten zu J.W. Schirmer nach Karlsruhe. Studienreisen führten Goos nach Schleswig-Holstein, Thüringen, in den Harz und in den Schwarzwald. - Schwache Braunfleckchen.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Berlin, 8. VI. 1852. - 1 S. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt. 8vo. "So eben von meiner kleinen Reise zurück gekehrt finde ich Ihren Brief und beeile mich ihn dahin zu beantworten daß ich bereit bin alle Ihre Wünsche zu erfüllen; es wäre gut gewesen mir zu verschweigen in welcher Gesellschaft ich dort erscheinen soll. Meinen Zeitgenossen gegenüber fühle ich mich keineswegs gebeugt, wenn ich aber an die Alten denke so überkömt mir ein Streben, und tief gedemüthigt ja vernichtet stehe ich vor mir selber [ ]". - Cornelius, "einer der bedeutendsten Maler des romantischen Klassizismus" (DBE), war u. a. an der Gestaltung der Fresken der neuerbauten Glyptothek in München beteiligt. 1825 übernahm er das Direktorium der Akademie in München, ließ sich endgültig dort nieder und wurde 1825 geadelt.

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        Vierteljahresschrift für praktische Pharmacie. Bände 1 - 21.

      Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen, Ganz-Rotschnitt, 21 uniform-gebundene Pappbände d.Zt. mit Leder-Rückenschildchen. - Mitunter sind die Kanten berieben und die Ecken bestoßen innen jeweils sehr gut erhalten. *Selten! - Die Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für Medizin verfügt nur über die Bände 9-13. - Kirchner 9881. - Ferchl 584. - Schelenz 681f.-Beiliegend: 'Autoren- und Sach-Register zu Band I-X. (Jahrgang 1852-1861.) Bearbeitet von G.C.Wittstein. München, Joh.Palm's Hofbuchhandlung, 1861. (2) 122 Seiten, Halbleinen d.Zt.

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        Tiermedizin-Veterinärwesen: Sammelband mit 7 Schriften.

      Interessanter Sammelband mit 7 alten Schriften zwischen 1852 - 1878: Enthalten sind: Krane, Freiherr von: " Die Beurtheilung des Pferdes beim Ankauf " mit 47 Seiten und 10 in den Text gedruckten Illustrationen, Brunn, Münster, 1859 / Pflug, Dr.J.G. " Die künstliche Blutleere bei Operationen " ( Vorträge für Thierärzte, I.Serie, Heft 1 ) mit 35 Seiten und zusammen 3 Holzstich-Illustrationen, Dege, Leipzig, 1878 / Fuchs, C.J. " Grundzüge der Allgemeinen Thierärztlichen Heilungslehre als Leitfaden beim Schul- und Selbst-Untericht " mit VI, 108 Seiten, Enke, Erlangen, 1852 / Busse, L. (Hrg.) " Memorabilien der Veterinair-Medizin in Russland. Herausgegeben von dem Vereine der praktischen Thierärzte in St.Petersburg. Erste Jahreslieferung für das Jahr 1853 + zweite Jahreslieferung für das Jahr 1854 mit 92 Seiten, 2 n.n. Blätter + 104 Seiten, Ettinger, St.Petersburg, 1855-1857 / Falke, Dr. J.E.L. " Der Milzbrand und die Hundswuth sind Typhen und durch die Impfung tilgbar " mit VIII, 59 Seiten, Mauke, Jena, 1861 / Jahresbericht der Central-Thierarznei-Schule in München, 1876 - 1877 mit VI, 119 Seiten, Vogel, Leipzig, 1878. Zusammen in Bibliothekshalbleinen mit Rückenschild " Broschüren ", 8. Einband berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Reste eines Bibliotheksschildchens auf dem Einbandrücken. Innen Bibliotheksstempel und -vermerke, aus Vorsatz vorn handschriftliches Inhaltsverzeichnis von alter Hand. Seiten teils gebräunt, einige Seiten etwas fleckig bzw. leicht stockfleckig, wenige Seiten mit kleinen Randläsionen. - selten - ( Gewicht 700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Konvolut bestehend aus 9 Manuskripten, 7 Briefen und 8 Postkarten.

      Kralik, Richard, Schriftsteller (1852-1934). 8 eigenh. Postkarten, 7 davon mit U., 7 eigenh. Briefe mit U., 8 Manuskripte, 3 Kuverts. Eine Postkarte undatiert, sonst Briefe und Postkarten von 9. X. 1913 bis 16. XI. 1919. Manuskripte undatiert. Verschiedene Formate. Zus. ca. 101 Seiten. - Adressiert an (und aus dem Nachlass von) Joseph Eberle, Redakteur bei der Reichspost und Herausgeber der katholischen Zeitschrift "Schönere Zukunft" 1884-1947). Manuskripte zur Veröffentlichung in der Reichspost, bei welcher Eberle den Bereich "Allgemeine Kultur und religiöse Fragen" leitete. (7. IX. 1919:) "Es gibt keinen Autor, der nicht von einem mißwollenden Leser hingerichtet werden könnte dagegen hilft keine Vorsicht. Als ich vor Jahren meine apologtischen Gespräche über Religion in Jos. Mosers "Schul- u. Elternztg." veröffentlichte, erhielt Moser auch von einem Ordenspriester, der mich aber wiederholt in gedrückten Kritiken überschwenglich gelobt hat, bedenkliche Briefe, so daß mir nachträglich die Herausgabe in Buchform verleidet war. Und nun sagte mir vor kurzem Seminardirektor Gustav Müller, ihm habe ein Priester gesagt, daß er noch jetzt diese alten Kapitel bei Predigten u. sonst sehr gut gebrauchen könne. Ich habe dann bei Moser auch eine Psychologie ("Welt und Seele") kapitelweise erscheinen lassen da würden mir aber die Bedenken über diese Arbeit zu arg und ich brach die Veröffentlichung plötzlich ab, um nicht Ärgernis zu erregen" Weiter Bezug zur Flucht von Joseph Görres, Publizist (1776-1848). - Sonstige Briefe zu bestimmten Zeitungsartikeln oder der Position Kraliks gegenüber der Reichspost, etc. - Postkarten: (Undatierte Postkarte:) Verschiebung einer Gralsitzung (Anm.: Kralik gründete die katholisch-nationalistische Gesellschaft "Gralbund" mit der Zeitung "Der Gral") - (undatierte Postkarte:) Einladung zu einer Gralsitzung am 6. XII. 1916. - (Postkarte 16. XI. 1918:) "L[ieber] fr[eund] Ich rate dir, in der Anzeige des neuen Titels zu sagen, daß nicht eine Wandlung in den Anschauungen über die Staatsform, sondern der Umstand ausschlaggebend war, daß derzeit eine "öst.-ung. Monarchie" als Reichsgebiet nicht existiert, sondern nur verschiedene Teilstaaten, von denen wir allerdings hoffen, daß sie auf föderativem Wege wieder zu einem Bunde einigen werden, dessen Benennung wir aber nicht vorgreifen wollen. - Ich habe heute wieder ein paar Artikelchen geschrieben [...]" - (1. IX. 1919:) "Ich beug mich geknirscht vor dem Wauwau Von der Hohen Schule von Stockerau und flehe, man spreche mich endlich frei Von meiner verbrecherischen Bahrbahrei". - Manuskripte: Alle Manuskripte sind auf der Rückseite eines alten Manuskriptes verfasst worden, welches unvollständig und unzusammenhängend ist (hauptsächlich Geschichtliches). Die Seitenangabe bezieht sich auf die relevanten Seiten, d. h. 10 S. = 10 Bl.) - 1. "Tage und Werke. Lebenserinnerungen von Richard Kralik. Werke zur Literaturgeschichte. "[...] Wenn Gott, der Vater, Christi, die Welt geschaffen hat, so ist auch die ganze Welt ihrem Wesen nach christlich, d. h. katholisch. Darum steht Christus auch in der Mitte der Weltliteratur [...] Alles dient nur dazu, die christliche Kultur zu schmücken und auszugestalten. [...]"(10 S.) - 2. "Tage und Werke. Lebenserinnerungen von Richard Kralik. Literarische Vereinigungen. Kommentare zu Idunna, Leogesellschaft, Wiener Literarischer Verein, viel über den Gralbund. "[...]Ich sah nicht etwa die Katholische Literatur als "auch" zulässig an, sondern als den Gipfel, die Krone, die Vollendung aller Literatur sie sollte nicht bloß geduldet, sondern in ihrer alles überragenden Bedeutung sowohl von Katholiken wie Nichtkatholiken anerkannt werden. [...]" (10 S.) - Beiliegend Buchseiten über die Geschichte Wallensteins. (24 S.) - 3. "Zur Revision der deutschen Geschichte und Kultur vom süddeutsch-österreichischen Standpunkt. Neue Beiträge von Dr. Richard Kralik. " II. - Geschichtliche Abhandlung, die mit einem Aufruf gegen die Entente endet, die das katholische Österreich "an Haupt und Gliedern" zerstören will. (10 S.) - 4. "Tage und Werke. Lebenserinnerungen von Richard Kralik. Meine wissenschaftlichen Werke. Geschichte." In erster Linie Abhandlung über seine eigenen Geschichtsbücher. (12 S.) - 5. Die erste Seite fehlt, daher titellos. Kommentar zum ersten Weltkrieg und zu Kaiser Karl I. (4 S.) - 5. "Kulturelle Gedanken zu den Wahlen" Eine Ermahnung, die Wahlen ernstzunehmen. (6 S.) - 6. "Zum Jubiläum des hl. Hieronymus" Abhandlung über den Hl. Hieronymus mit Kommentar auf die Gegenwart (5 S.) - 7. "Allgemeine Geschichte der Neuesten Zeit. Eine Selbstanzeige von Dr. Richard Kralik" Abhandlung über die Entwicklungen der letzten Jahrzehnte, darunter v. a. Bismarck, welchen er stark verurteilt: "[...]Nicht die Begeisterung für deutsche oder preußische Größe hat seine Handlungen beseelt, sondern der Haß gegen das katholische, das habsburgische Österreich.[...]" (11 S.) - 8. "Legitimität. Von Dr. Richard Kralik" Beitrag hauptsächlich zum bereits geschehen ersten Weltkrieg: "[...] Aber - aber - die nichtlegitimen Einflüße und Störungen waren es, die verfassungsmäßige Fortentwicklung gestört haben. Also nicht Schwäche und Irrtum in der legitimen Handhabung der Gesetze, sondern Bosheit, Verbrechen und Verrat haben die organische Entwicklung der österreichisch-ungarischen Verfassung aufgehalten. unmöglich gemacht und zum Scheitern gebracht. Bis zum letzten Augenblick haben sich die Nationalitäten Österreichs als loyal bekannt und ihre Mitarbeit am Verfassungswerk zugesagt. Der Verrat kam von außen, von den Ententemächten und ihrer lebhaften Propaganda [...]" Weiter Kommentar zum Kommunismus und seinem Widerspruch zur Natur. (13 S.) - 9. "Das Unfehlbarkeitsdogma. Von Richard Kralik" Abhandlung über die päpstliche Unfehlbarkeit und dem Ersten Vatikanischen Konzil von 1870. Dabei Verurteilen der Bischöfe, die dem gegenüber skeptisch waren (und Verurteilung Bismarcks). Der katholische Theologe Ignaz von Döllinger (1799-1890) wird ebenfalls stark kritisiert. (20 S.) - Richard Ritter Kralik von Meyrswalden war katholisch-konservativer Kultur- und Literaturhistoriker, Dramatiker und Lyriker (vgl. ÖAW). Nanuskripte auf den Rückseiten stets mit einem blauen Buntstift durchgestrichen. Auf den Vorderseiten öfters Korrekturen durch eine fremde Hand (vermutlich von Eberle). Öfters sind Textpassagen korrigierend mit anderen Textpassagen überklebt, dadurch Klebspuren. Die äußeren Seiten jeweils immer leicht angestaubt. Sonst gut erhalten.

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        Handbuch der Petrefaktenkunde (in zwei Bänden) - 1.Band: Textband 2.Band: Atlas zum Handbuche der Petrefaktenkunde.

      VIII, 982 Seiten mit 185 Holzschnitten und 86 lithographierte Tafeln mit vielen Abbildungen mit jeweils einem Textblatt mit den Erläuterungen hierzu im Atlasband 8 , OHLwd. Einband etwas berieben, kl.handschriftlicher Besitzervermerk am Titel, etwas stockfleckig, typische Papierbräunung, insgesamt in guten und sauberen Zustand. -Nissen ZBI 3262 DSB XI,235 f. Zweite Auflage des klassischen Werkes zur Paläontologie, Fossilienkunde, Versteinerungskunde etc.. Gegenüber der Erstausgabe von 1852 enthält diese Ausgabe um 24 Tafeln mehr. - Friedrich August Quenstedt (* 9. Juli 1809 in Eisleben 21. Dezember 1889 in Tübingen) war ein deutscher Geologe, Paläontologe, Mineraloge und Kristallograph.

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        La Normandie illustrée. Monuments, sites et costumes de la Seine-Inférieure, de l`Eure, du Calvados, de l`Orne et de la Manche. Dessinés d`apres nature par F. BENOIST, et lithographies par les premiers artistes de Paris ; les costumes dessines et lithographies par H. LALAISSE... Texte par MM. Raymond BORDEAUX et Mlle Amelie BOSQUET, sous la direction de M. Andre POTTIER... pour la Haute-Normandie et MM. CHARMA, LE HERICHERN de LA SICOTIERE et TRAVERS, sous la direction de M. Georges MANCEL... pour la Basse-Normandie

      Nantes, Charpentier, 1852-1854. 6 Teile in 2 Bänden. 2 Bl., XXXIV S., 1 Bl., 108 S.; 1 Bl., 84 S.; 1 Bl., 29 S.; 3 Bl., 118 S.; 1 Bl., 48 S.; 1 Bl., 74 S. Mit 5 getönten lithograph. Titeln, 1 farbigen lithograph. Karte sowie 150 (teils auch farbigen) lithograph. Tafeln in Tondruck. Gr.-Fol., Grüne Orig.-Halblederbände mit reicher Vergoldung und Wappensupralibros als Mittelstück. Colas 294. Béraldi II, S. 38. Brunet I, 776. - Erste Ausgabe des vollständigen und seltenen Werkes. Die prachtvollen Lithographien zeigen Ansichten zahlreicher Orte, sowie Ansichten der wesentlichen Kirchen, Kathedralen und Schlösser sowie in Teil III 23 teilw. farb. Kostümdarstellungen und eine Prozession. - Einbände etwas berieben, Kanten und Gelenke gering beschabt. Nur vereinzelt unbedeutend stockfleckig. Gutes Exemplar.

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        Albe June 5th 1852

      1852. Veduta della città finemente realizzata a disegno a matita con rialzi di biacca, su carta. L'opera fa parte di un taccuino di viaggio, relativo al periodo del Grand Tour. Ottima qualità. Fine view of the city, pencil drawing with white lead on paper. The work is part of a travel book, realized during a Grand Tour. Excellent example. ? ? 250 180

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        John Gould, Henry Constantine Richter - Pteroglossus mariae - Brown-mandibled aracari (Duchess of Leuchtenbergs Aracari) - Rotkropfarassari aus: A Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or Family of Toucans, 2. Auflage 1852-1854

      Naturhistorisch und kunsthistorisch wichtige, handkolorierte Lithographie aus "A Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or Family of Toucans", 2. Auflage oder Supplement zur 1. Auflage (Der Arassari wurde in der ersten Auflage nicht beschrieben - also könnte man doch Erstauflage sagen) Pteroglossus mariae - Brown-mandibled aracari (Duchess of Leuchtenbergs Aracari) - Rotkropfarassari. Die Zeichnung wurde von John Gould oder H.C. Richter angefertigt. Von Richter wurde sie auf den Lithographiestein übertragen. Gedruckt wurde sie bei Taylor and Francis, London. Nach dem Druck erfolgte der manuelle Farbauftrag. Es handelt sich um eines der wenigen noch erhaltenen Originale aus der Zeit 1852-1854. ZUSTAND: sehr gut. Frische und knallige Farben. Die Lithografie ist nicht, wie abgebildet, gerahmt sehr sauber. Historically important, hand-colored lithograph from "A Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or family of toucans", 2. Edition or supplement to the 1. edition (The aracari was not described in the 1. Edition, so we could say this it the 1. edition) - Pteroglossus mariae - Brown-mandibled aracari (Duchess of Leuchtenbergs Aracari) - Rotkropfarassari. The drawing was made by John Gould or H.C. Richter and was lithographed by Richter. It was printed by Charles Hullmandel, London. After printing the manual coloring took place. It is one of the few remaining originals from the time 1852-1854. Condition: very good fresh and vivid colors. The lithograph is sold WITHOUT frame but with mat very clean.

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        Delle fisionomie dissertazione inaugurale. Pavia, Fratelli Fusi, May 1852.

      1852. 8vo. 28 pp. Upper cover preserves original green printed wrapper. Very rare, curious medical dissertation on physiognomy - in particular, how emotions and traits of character express themselves in the human face. The study of physiognomy is mainly associated with Charles Le Brun and Johann Kaspar Lavater in earlier centuries (and their approach resounds in the present dissertation), but it is well worth remembering that Charles Darwin made his principal contribution to human psychology with his book on "The Expression of Emotion in Animals and Men" as late as 1872, a study of genetically determined aspects of behaviour. - Some slight waterstaining to the top corner of the first few leaves. Apparently printed with a minimal press-run: no other copy traceable in library or collection catalogues internationally.

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        VOYAGE PITTORESQUE EN ESPAGNE ET EN PORTUGAL Par Émile Bégin. Illustrations de MM. Rouargue Frères.

      Belin-Leprieur et Morizot, Éditeurs, Rue Pavée-Saint-André-des-Arts, 3. [n.d. but 1852], Paris - 4to. 10.5 x 7.5 inches. xii + 556 pp. Bound in pebble grained cloth, gilt; spine in compartments with raised bands, decorated gilt. Binding signed on spine, J. Bisez. All edges gilt. Cream watered endpapers. Slight wear to extremities and some foxing, which on plates is generally confined to margins. Bookseller's label of J. B. Tarride, Bruxelles, on front pastedown. Illustrated by 36 engraved plates, including frontispiece, of which 10 are hand coloured. Émile Bégin (1802-88) was a physician, librarian and historian, born in Metz. This well illustrated account is almost entirely about Spain, with only a dozen pages at the end devoted to Portugal. TRAVEL SPAIN TRAVEL TOPOGRAPHY SPANISH 19TH CENTURY ILLUSTRATED FINE BINDING TRAVEL

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        New Sectional Map of the State of Illinois

      New York: J. H. Colton. Good. 1852. Hardcover. An early and detailed pocket map of Illinois. Black decoratively stamped binding with bright gilt imprint is heavily rubbed. The hand-colored map measures 41" x 28" and has light soil and several fold splits. Engraved by S. Stiles, New York. Two insets show the Alton and St. Louis region and the Galena lead district, and prairies, swamps, and railroads are marked. John Mason Peck, one of the map contributors, traveled Illinois as a Methodist preacher and wrote comprehensive early travel guides of the state. Only two copies from this year found on OCLC. ; 5 3/4" x 3 1/4" .

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        Der Stephans-Turm. Aufgenommen von der Terrasse ober dem Dache der kaiserlichen Wiener Hof- und Staatsdruckerei.

      Albuminabzug(?) auf bedrucktem Karton, Beilage zu M(ichael) Auer's Zeitschrift 'Faust'. 26,2 x 18,5. 36,7 x 26,8. Die nach Faber/Gröning, Stadtpanoramen 1852 aufgenommene Ansicht mit Blick auf den Stefansdom, hier in einem Abzug für die Beilage der Zeitschrift von Alois Auers Bruder Michael 'Faust' Nr. 2, 1856, erschienen. Hackel war seit 1851 Leiter der fotografischen Abteilung der Staatsdruckerei, wohl von Paul Pretsch eingestellt, sein Geburtsdatum ist unbekannt, er starb 1861 oder 1862. Siehe Hochreiter/Starl, Lexikon, Bad Ischl 1983, dort nach einem Salzpapierabzug abgebildet Albuminabzug bei Faber/Gröning vgl. Zahlbrecht 1978, Tafel 7 Frank, Vom Zauber ..., Wien 1981 Sammlung Lebeck 1996, 172, alle mit abweichender Datierung. Alois Auer von Welsbach, unter dessen Anleitung sein Bruder 1854 bis zum Tod Aloisens 1862 die 'Poligrafisch illustrirte Zeitschrift für Kunst, Wissenschaft, Industrie und Unterhaltung' herausgab, hatte kurz zuvor den Naturselbstdruck erfunden und einzelne Blätter als Beilagen für die Zeitschrift hergestellt. Seit Adalbert Stifters Blick vom und zum Stephansturm (in 'Wien und die Wiener' 1842), hat diese Dach- und Turmlandschaft auch die neuen Fototechniker und -künstler herausgefordert. Die Aufnahme vom alten Gebäude der Staatsdruckerei Ecke Singerstraße/Seilerstätte aus, erlaubt einen Blick in die oberen Regionen der Singerstraße mit der Deutschordenskirche, im Hintergrund die Kuppel der Peterskirche. Die Aufstockung des Billiotteschen Stiftungshauses (Palais Rottal) erfolgte kurz zuvor mit Figuren vom Winterpalais des Prinzen Eugen in der Himmelpfortgasse. Es beherbergte zur Zeit der Aufnahme das Ministerium für Kultus und Unterricht. Vgl. Dürigl, Wien auf alten Photographien, Wien 1981, Bild 1 und 32.

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        POLKAS (bound volume of polka sheet music 1850s)

      NY et al.: W.C. Peters & Sons, et al., 1852. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Unique volume of polka sheet music for 32 compositions, 13 of which have chromolithographed covers dated, variously, from 1852 to 1859. Titles include Nigger Polka, Beauty Polka, Silver Bell Polka, Locust Grove Polka, New Champaigne Polka, etc. Bound in half red leather, heavily worn and scuffed, over pebbled cloth with inset leather device. Bound by A. J. Marx, 3d Story Wright's Block, Erie PA with binderticket upper right corner front pastedown.

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        Rigoletto Melodramma di F.M. Piave Musica del Maestro G. Verdi Al più caro de' suoi amici, l'egregio Avvocato Antonio Vasselli in pegno di gratissimo cuore questa edizione consacra Giovanni Ricordi... Riduzioni per Canto con accomp. di Pfte. [F.40] per Pianoforte a 2 mani [" 26] per Pianoforte a 4 mani di Luigi Truzzi. [" 30]. [Piano vocal score]

      Milano: Giovanni Ricordi [PNs 23071-23090], 1852. First Edition. One of two issues (the absence of a date on the Ricordi blindstamp may indicate a slightly later printing). Hopkionson 53 A (variant). Fuld pp. 452-53. Crawford p. 605. Chusid p. 141 and pp. 686-87. Title page illustrated in Gatti: Immagini, 63. Rigoletto, in three acts to a libretto by Francesco Maria Piave after Victor Hugo's play Le roi s'amuse, was first performed in Venice at the Teatro La Fenice on March 11, 1851. "The première, with a cast that included Raffaele Mirate (Duke), Felice Varesi (Rigoletto...) and Teresa Brambilla (Gilda), was an enormous success, and the opera, in spite of continuing problems with local censors, almost immediately became part of the basic repertory, being performed more than 250 times in its first ten years. Rigoletto has never lost this position and remains one of the most frequently performed operas in the international repertory... Rigoletto is almost always placed as the true beginning of Verdi's maturity, the essential dividing line between ‘early' works and the succession of repertory pieces that will follow..." Roger Parker in Grove Music Online.. Oblong folio. Newly bound in quarter black cloth with matching black paper boards, titling to spine gilt. 1f. (recto title incorporating a fine lithographic illustration of a scene from Act I of the opera by Corbeita after a drawing by Focosi, verso blank), 1f. (recto index of 20 numbers, verso named cast list with statement regarding the first performance), 5-231, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Each number with separate as well as continuous pagination. Cast includes Mirate as the Duke, Varesi as Rigoletto, Brambilla as Gilda, and Ponz as Sparafucile. Ricordi blindstamp to lower left corner without date. Some browning; minor to moderate foxing; tear to inner portion of pp. 165-66 and pp. 183-84; blindstamp partially trimmed.

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        Rigoletto Melodramma di F.M. Piave Musica del Maestro G. Verdi Al più caro de' suoi amici, l'egregio Avvocato Antonio Vasselli in pegno di gratissimo cuore questa edizione consacra Giovanni Ricordi... Riduzioni per Canto con accomp. di Pfte. [F.40] per Pianoforte a 2 mani [" 26] per Pianoforte a 4 mani di Luigi Truzzi. [" 30]. [Piano solo score]

      Milano: Giovanni Ricordi [PNs 23171-186], 1852. First Edition of the arrangement for piano solo. Rigoletto, in three acts to a libretto by Francesco Maria Piave after Victor Hugo's play Le roi s'amuse, was first performed in Venice at the Teatro La Fenice on March 11, 1851."The première, with a cast that included Raffaele Mirate (Duke), Felice Varesi (Rigoletto...) and Teresa Brambilla (Gilda), was an enormous success, and the opera, in spite of continuing problems with local censors, almost immediately became part of the basic repertory, being performed more than 250 times in its first ten years. Rigoletto has never lost this position and remains one of the most frequently performed operas in the international repertory... Rigoletto is almost always placed as the true beginning of Verdi's maturity, the essential dividing line between ‘early' works and the succession of repertory pieces that will follow..." Roger Parker in Grove Music Online.. Oblong folio. 19th century marbled boards with decorative label to upper with titling in manuscript within decorative blue border. 1f. (recto title incorporating a fine lithographic illustration of a scene from Act I of the opera by Corbeita after a drawing by Focosi, verso blank), 1f. (recto index of 16 numbers, verso blank), 5-133, [i] (blank) pp. With occasional performance markings in pencil and violet ink and occasional additional text in violet ink. Binding slightly worn, rubbed and bumped; rebacked in brown cloth. Some wear and thumbing, primarily to corners; minor foxing; title slightly soiled, with 2" tear repaired and early signature to lower right corner trimmed; restoration to first two signatures, primarily to edges and lower outer corners.

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        Falconry in the Valley of the Indus

      London: John Van Voorst, 1852. 1st ed. Hardcover. Very Good. 4 tinted litho illustrations (including frontis), xii, 107p. plus 8p. publisher's advertisements. Rebound in later (probably early 20th century) 1/2 leather. 19cm. Joints scuffed and a bit tender. Marbled endpapers match marbled paper on cover. Bookplate (Burke Casari). Burton's fourth published book. According to Casada's bio-bibliographical study of Burton [at page 43], "[t]he work is set in the Sind during 1845 and 1846, when Burton enjoyed many happy hours hunting with the region's accomplished falconers." 500 copies were published but attracted only modest notice. Penzer reports that copies were still available from the publisher as late as 1910.

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        Entwurfe zu Kirchen, Pfarr- und Schul-Hausern, zum Amtlichen Gebrauche, Bearbeitet und Herausgegeben von der Konigl. Preuss. Ober-Bau-Deputation

      Unpaginated text discussing the plans of churchs, schools and parsonages designed for various capacities, 72 plates showing elevations, plans, interiors, exteriors and architectural details. Some foxing throughout. Lg. folio. Cloth, corners slightly bumped, spine repaied with cloth tape. Potsdam (Ferdinand Riegel) 1852.

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        Die Nacht auf dem Alten Markt. Ein Spiel in vier Akten. Nach dem Jüdischen von Hugo Zuckermann. [Mit einem Vorwort von Martin Buber].

      8. 5 Bll., 71 (2) S. farb. Textileinbd. d. Zt. In gutem Zustand. EA vgl. Wininger V, 3 - Perez (1852-1915), "einer der größten jiddischen Schriftsteller". Dieses Buch erschien im Todesjahr des Verfassers als erster Band der Jüdischen Liebhaber-Bibliothek in einer Auflage von 300 numerierten Exemplaren.

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