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        Exploration of the valley of the Amazon, made under direction of the Navy Department

      Washington: Robert Armstrong & A.O.P. Nicholson, 1853,1854. 8vo (23.2 cm, 9.1"). 2 vols. I: 414, [2], iii, [1] pp.; 16 plts. II: x, [2], 339, [1] pp.; 36 plts. Original government issue of these "Minute, accurate, and very interesting accounts of the aborigines of the Andes, and the Amazon and its tributaries" (Sabin). These two volumes are parts I and II of Senate Executive Document no. 36, 32d Cong., 2d sess., consisting of Lieut. Herndon's description of following the Amazon itself and Lieut. Gibbon's account of his travels along the Amazon's tributaries in Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil. Many of the 52 lithographed plates are in duotone; some were done by Ackerman Lithography and some by P.S. Duval & Co., after views of scenery, buildings, and natives drawn by Lieut. Gibbon. Two volumes of maps, not present here, were issued separately. Sabin 31524; Palau 113897. Publisher's textured cloth, covers blind-stamped, spine with gilt-stamped title; vol. I with spine sunned and cloth chipped at spine extremities; vol. II with corners bumped, cloth peeling away from spine and chipped at spine extremities, spine with gilt dimmed and small area of unobtrusive discoloration from now-absent label. Front pastedowns each with pencilled owner's name and institutional rubber stamp (no other markings); front free endpaper of vol. II starting to tear along inner margin. Mild to moderate foxing and spotting; a few text gatherings unopened. One plate in vol. I with short tear from outer margin, turning into a narrow scrape extending about halfway into the upper portion of the image; one leaf in vol. II with tiny portion (less than one word) affixed to opposing plate. Not a perfect set, but a perfectly fascinating one.

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        Map of the World on Mercator's Projection Showing the Discoveries at the North Pole and the New Settlements in Australia, New Zealand &c.

      London: G.F. Cruchley, 1853.. A fine map of the world printed over two sheets, each half measuring 92 x 83 cm, i.e. 92 x 166 cm if joined. The land areas with bright hand colouring in block and outline, the courses of numerous voyages are marked in the seas and oceans. Each half of the map dissected into 12 sections and mounted on linen, patterned paper to the folding end sections with printed labels denoting the hemisphere, the maps fold between the original green cloth boards with a red gilt lettered label to the upper cover. Some expert and inconspicuous repairs to the covers, a lovely example. The British Library have one copy of the map, with "additions to 1854", the National Library of Australia list another copy of this earlier edition.

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      Cambridge/ London Deighton/ John W. Parker 1853. Bound, cloth, gold impression on back, fold out landmap as frontispice, original title page, 140 x 230mm., 188pp., fold out landmap at the end of the book, 4 landscape engravings ( 1 fold out too ). In this translation the exact meaning of Polybius has been preserved as far as possible. There is some light foxing to the first and the last pages, which is not strange considering the age of the book. Otherwise in very good condition.

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        Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York, for 1853

      New York: McSpedon & Baker, 1853. First. hardcover. very good(+). Illustrated manual of the Corporation of the City of New York. 505 pp. with 4 fold out maps and 17 diagrams and lithographed views. Cloth binding with official city seal in gold. 12mo. Minor scuffing to corners and slight glue residue on spine. Maps, illustrations and text in excellent condition. Maps and illustrations complete according to the "Index to the Illustrations in the Manuals of the Corporation of the City of New York", published by the Society of Iconophiles, 1906. Ink inscription reads: Compliments of M...(?) Baker, Hon. John A. Dix July 19th 1853. D.T. Valentine, New York: 1853. First edition, rare. The "Manuals of the Corporation" were directories of extensive historical and contemporary records of New York compiled by D.T. Valentine. These books include detailed information on the meetings of the Aldermen Council, ordinances passed, public officials, the city's debts, directories of hospitals, alms houses and schools, ferry schedules, lists of public porters, demographics and census information, and descriptions of historic buildings and streets. Much of the information was gleaned from Dutch and English sources, as processed by Valentine. Notable illustrations in this edition include Broad Street, the Custom House, the Old Brewery Five Points, Junction of Broadway and the Bowery, and Staten Island Ferry & U.S. Barge Office at Whitehall Street. Maps include the City of New York (1853), the Commissioner's Plan of 1807 (by William Bridges), A New & Accurate Plan of the City of New York (1797) and Map of the City of New York shewing the original high water line and the location of the different Farms and Estates. D.T. Valentine (1801-1869) served as the Deputy to the Clerk of the Common Council for thirty-seven years without being promoted to Clerk. Valentine took it upon himself to compile the "Manuals", which he updated and published annually from 1841-1866. Many copies were personalized for prominent officials. John Adam Dix, who inscribed this copy, was a New York politician. He served as a Democratic U.S. senator (1845-49), Governor of New York (1873-74), and most notably, Major General in the Union Army. This compendium is an excellent source of early New York City history.

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        Sea Nile, the Desert, and Nigritia. Travels in Company with Captain Peel, R. N. 1851-1852. Directed by Joseph H. Churi, Maronite, of Mount Lebanon, with Thirteen Arabic Songs, As Sung by the Egyptian Sailors on the Nile

      London: Petter & Galpin for the Author, 1853. First Edition. 8vo. xii, 331, [1] pages, wood-engraved frontispiece of Homra tree. Title printed in Arabic and English. Original publisher's brown boards, with title in gilt to spine. Wear to spine and boards, mild occasional foxing, otherwise in very good condition. Nice original unblemished yellow endpapers. Rare. Churi (a Lebanese) according to his own account, trained at the College of Propaganda in Rome from 1842 to 1849. He later left Rome and made his way to London, where he gave lessons in Arabic, Latin, Italian and Hebrew. Captain W. Peel was amongst his pupils and persuaded him to accompany him on a tour of the Middle East between October 1850 and February 1851. The present work is an account of a second journey the pair undertook between August 1851 and February 1852. Captain Peel’s intention had been to travel to the center of Africa via the Nile, Darfur, Bargu and Barnu, however, fever forced the abandonment of the project before Churi reached Darfur. [ Hilmy I, 135.]. . First Edition.

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        [View of the Lake District]

      London: Published by Thos. Agnew & Son, 1853. Tinted lithograph with rich publisher's colour. Printed on wove paper. Trimmed to image as issued. In excellent condition. 13 3/8 x 19 3/8 inches. A stunning view of the Lake District, from the deluxe portfolio edition of John Baker Pyne's magnificent work "The English Lake District." The Lake District first came to the fore with the rise of the Romantic Movement during the second half of the eighteenth century. The poet William Wordsworth, a native of the district, established the area as the epitome of the ideal landscape, and artists and tourists alike visited the regions natural beauties in search of the Romantic ideal. Poets such as Byron, Shelley, and Keats proclaimed the Lakes as the manifestation of the "Picturesque." By the middle of the nineteenth century, when Pyne visited the area, the Lakes were well established in the national consciousness as the most beautiful natural reserve in England. Bristol-born James Baker Pyne is now considered by many to have been second only to Turner in his ability to capture the essence of the English landscape. After training initially for the Law, he turned to painting in his twenties. He moved to London in 1835, where he exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Society of British Artists (where he later became Vice President). He traveled widely throughout Britain and Europe, but he is best known for his series of views of the Lakes, painted between 1848 and 1851. This exquisite view comes from the deluxe portfolio edition of Pyne's celebrated text "The English Lake District." First published in 1853, the deluxe edition was issued in custom-made portfolios with the images superbly coloured and tipped onto thick wove cards. Examples of these images are difficult to find, making this striking print a true rarity. Pyne's seminal work was later reissued by Day & Son in 1859 with the title "Lake Scenery of England." Abbey, Scenery of Great Britain and Ireland, in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860, p. 123, no. 196; Tooley, English Plate Books with Coloured Plates 1790-1860, no. 387.

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        A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds

      London : Groombridge and Sons, 1853 A fair copy of the 1st Edition of this comprehensive and authoritative work in 3 volumes published 1853-56. In the original decorative cloth bindings with gilt pictures of nests and eggs on the front boards and gilt titles and decorative design to spine. With 226 colour plates of nests and eggs - 54 being of nests. The plate numbering in the 1st edition is wrong (some plates from Vol I are included in Vol III) and although 232 plates are listed, only 226 were actually printed and included. The bindings have been protected by removeable cellophane coverings so look reasonably clean and bright. They are shaken however, and Vol I has a loose section and Vol II is beginning to show a break in the stitching at p 50. The corners show some bumping. Internally where the coverings are held together with sellotape, the tape has marked the facing section of endpaper. There are ink signatures of Jas M Fleming 1922 and Jas Fleming's chartered accountancy stamp to the feps. There is brown spotting to sections of all volumes - particularly the beginning sections and final leaves. Vol I is worst affected; Vol III is mostly unaffected. This spotting is occasionally visible on the plates, but most are in good clean condition. Many of the tissue guards are stained. In the first edition all the plates have the nests/eggs against a cream/pale green background and this background has offset to the tissue guards in some cases.

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        Sense and Sensibility

      LONDON : W Tweedie , 1853 An extremely rare early edition of Jane Austen's first novel bound as 2 volumes in one. In original red decorative cloth binding with gilt titles. The binding has had a cloth case repair - rebacking the spine and relaying the original endpapers. The book is clean and tight. Pages have gilt edges. There is a dedication on the fep - 'Anne Carter from her affectionate Aunt Martha 1860'. The title page has a vignette - 'Willoughby seeks an explanation with Elinor' and there is a frontispiece - 'Mrs Dashwood and her daughters visit Sir John Middleton'. Contents generally clean with occasional spotting and light browning to paper edges due to paper quality. Small light book - please enquire if you would like us to assess postage at cost.

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      New York: Printed for the author by George P. Putnam, 1853.. 336pp. plus frontispiece map and folding map. Original blindstamped brown cloth, spine gilt. Bookplate of James Torr Harmer on front pastedown. Spine ends lightly worn, head of spine lightly chipped. Mild scattered foxing. A scarce work, providing a very good picture of army life during the Mexican War, including accounts of some of the major battles of the war, including the Battle of Monterey, and with material on the Texas Rangers. The author's regiment returned home after the Battle of Buena Vista. HOWES G156. SABIN 27330. TUTOROW 3387. GARRETT, p.139. HAFERKORN, p.45.

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        COLUMBIA MINING LAWS [caption title]

      [Columbia, Ca.: Gazette Print, 1853].. Broadside, 10 3/4 x 8 inches, printed in three columns. A bit of light foxing, mostly in the margins. Near fine. In a folding cloth clamshell case, spine gilt. A rare broadside printing of the laws of the Columbia Mining District in California in 1853, created and enforced by the miners for their own self-government. The seventeen articles all deal with regulations for mining and claims. The first nine set out rules for making and operating claims. The next three address foreign ownership of claims. Article 10: "None but Americans and Europeans who have or shall declare their intentions of becoming citizens, shall hold claims in this district...." Article 11: "Neither Asiatics nor South Sea Islanders shall be allowed to mine in this district, either for themselves or for others." Article 12 sets out a punishment for any miner who sells a claim to an Asian or Polynesian. The final five articles set out rules for enforcing the laws, including the creation of a Miners Committee, and a system of binding arbitration. According to the text, the laws were adopted "at a meeting of the Miners of the Columbia Mining District, held Oct. 1st, 1853...," and the laws are signed in print by "C.H. Chamberlain, Pres." and "R.A. Robinson, Sec'y." "The item is of basic an example of how the California miners - or men beyond the reach of government anywhere else in our States and Territories, for that matter - banded together and enacted and enforced codes of law for their own protection" - Eberstadt. The COLUMBIA GAZETTE (which printed this broadside) was, according to Kemble, the second newspaper to operate in Columbia, starting operations in the fall of 1852. The first newspaper in the area, the COLUMBIA STAR, apparently printed only two or three issues in October-November of 1851, before the printing press was destroyed by vandals. Greenwood locates only three copies, at the California Historical Society, the Bancroft Library, and the Streeter copy, which was sold at the Clifford sale in 1994. Rocq lists a copy at the Huntington Library. OCLC adds copies at Yale, Library of Congress, University of California at San Diego, Stanford, and DeGolyer Library at Southern Methodist University. A rare and interesting example of the search for order in the tumult of the gold rush. GREENWOOD 381. ROCQ 15427. EBERSTADT 131:105. STREETER SALE 2735. CLIFFORD SALE 26. OCLC 29876358.

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      Adam and Charles Black 1853 Complete set of 48 vols. Small 8vo. 19th century dark green morocco. Banded spines with gilt scroll design to bands. Gilt titles. Green marbled boards, edges and endpapers . Frontis piece and extra engraved title to each vol . Some head chipping and occasional rubbing wear but overall very good complete set.

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        [Robert Stephenson Esq. M.P.]

      Published by Henry Graves & Co, Feb. 21, 1853. Hand-coloured mezzotint. State ii/iii with the artists' names and the sitter's facsimile signature. Facsimile signature in lower right margin. Prinsellers Association stamp in lower left corner. On fine India paper mounted onto thick white wove as issued. In excellent condition. Image size: 27 3/8 x 17 1/8 inches. 31 ¾ x 20 ¼ inches. 34 9/16 x 22 1/8 inches. This portrait of Robert Stephenson, the famous engineer who built the Britannia Bridge, is a wonderful example of an early coloured mezzotint. Robert Stephenson was the son of the famous engineer George Stephenson who invented one of the earliest steam locomotives. After studying at Edinburgh University, Stephenson joined with his father and founded one of the largest locomotive manufacturers in the world. In 1833, Robert was appointed chief engineer of the London and Birmingham railway, a project that was riddled with difficult engineering obstacles. Upon its successful completion, Robert went on to construct railways across the world and is regarded, along with his father, as one of the founders of railway engineering. Stephenson is best known for his design for the Britannia Bridge over the Menai Strait in Wales, which is pictured in the background of Lucas's robust portrait. Robert Stephenson was not only a talented engineer but also a beloved figure of his day. A contemporary writer described England's admiration for Stephenson best when he wrote: "Not to his mere mechanical skill does he owe his success in life. That might have been thwarted in five hundred ways by interested rivals; but men wish not to thwart those whom they love; and probably no chief of an army was ever more beloved of his soldiers that Robert Stephenson has been by the noble army of physical workers." O'Donoghue, Catalogue of Engraved British the British Museum 1; Lennox- Boyd & Stogdon, state ii/ii.

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      Washington. 1853.. 495pp. plus fifty-seven plates (some folding) and folding map. Two additional maps bound into a separate volume. Original blindstamped cloth; spine of text volume gilt; cover of map volume gilt. Spine of text volume faded; head of spine chipped. Cloth of both volumes lightly worn. Scattered foxing. Small tears in both large maps; large tears in lower portion of map affixed to front board. Owner's small inkstamp on titlepage of text volume and on verso of one large map in second volume. Bookplate in text volume. Good. Third issue, after the London and Philadelphia issues of 1852. This work is a report of the first extensive survey of the Great Basin, and a major landmark in the cartography of the American West, based on surveys made by Stansbury in 1849 and 1850. One of the large maps, "Map of the Great Salt Lake and adjacent country in the Territory of Utah," permanently established the topography and place names of northern Utah. The other large "Map of a reconnoissance between Ft. Leavenworth, on the Missouri River, and the Great Salt Lake in the Territory of Utah...," showing the overland trail, was based on the work of Stansbury, Gunnison, Preuss, and Carrington. See Wheat for an exhaustive discussion. This account is also important as a pioneering botanical study of the Great Basin. HOWES S884. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 764, 765, 766. WAGNER-CAMP 219:3. MINTZ 433. FLAKE 8360. GRAFF 3947 (1852 ed). FIELD 1490 (1852 ed). SABIN 90372. TAXONOMIC LITERATURE 1279.

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        Republic of Liberia

      Washington DC, 1853. unbound. very good. Case map. Uncolored lithograph. Image measures 27.25" x 41 5/8". Rare map of the coast of Liberia that reflects the country's history. Includes several insets of the major rivers in the area: Monrovia and Cape Mesurado, Junk River and Marshall, Edina and Grand Bassa, Ceston, Sangwin River and Sinou. Details include geographical features, depths and prevailing winds. The map denotes specific plots of land and when they were "acquired", from 1822 to 1849. The American Colonization Society first founded the region in the early 1820s for freed slaves as an alternative to emancipation within the United States. In 1847 the Americo-Liberian settlers declared independence and established the Republic of Liberia. This map, published only six years later, is a contemporary tribute to Liberia's development. Booklet missing. Wear along original folds, tear to right edge.

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        Kiel und Umgegend. Stahlstich von Krausse und Eltzner nach Mertens bei Cetti-Rompano. Kiel, um 1853. 28 x 36 cm.,

      1853 - Klose/Martius 172.- Mittelbild von Kiel von Süden gesehen mit 14 Randansichten wie dem Schlossgarten, Tivoli, Bahnhof, Rastorfer Papiermühle, Marktplatz u.a.- Mit Japan hinterlegter kleiner Einriß am Fußsteg (durch den Titel). Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Boston Congregational Society Sermons

      Boston 1853 - Signed Book. Two sermons preached before the Twenty-Eighth Congregational Society in Boston.On leaving old and entering new place of worship. Boston: 1853. 1st ed. 8vo. 56pp. Inscribed by Parker.

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        Album photographique. Pau et ses environs.

      Pau, Imprimerie photographique de J.J. Heilmann 1853 - In-4 oblong de 18 photographies. Demi-basane verte, titre doré sur le premier plat. (Reliure de l'époque.) Album complet de ses 15 planches publiées, ce qui est rarissime, plus 2 autres photographies. Cet album a été réalisé d’après le procédé mis au point par J.J. Heilmann et John Stewart permettant d’obtenir des épreuves de toutes dimensions à partir du même négatif. « Cet « Album photographique » était un véritable recueil relié, de format in-quarto, visiblement destiné à concurrencer les albums de lithographies tant prisés par les voyageurs de l’époque. Il présentait en quinze épreuves, non signées pour la plupart, les principaux sites de Pau et des alentours. . Certaines vues étaient des montages assez curieux de personnages photographiés, entourés d’un décor champêtre dessiné par le peintre Victor Venat, ami de Heilmann, qui devait plus tard se reconvertir dans la photographie : c’est notamment le cas de la planche de titre et d’une autre, intitulée "Paysans des environs de Pau", [ "Costumes des environs de Pau", dans cet album.] . Ce recueil comportait à l’origine quinze planches : aucun exemplaire complet n’existe à ce jour dans les collections publiques française." (Pyrénées en images). Les épreuves sont sur papier salé à partir d’un négatif papier. Aux 15 vues de l’album "Pau et ses environs" ont été reliées dans l’album une photo, d’une autre série (chevaux et personnage), non signée, et une autre épreuve (Château de Pau et les Pyrénées) de plus grand format, attribuée à Heilmann. L’album est ainsi constitué : Titre - Vue de Pau prise du Parc. - Costumes des environs de Pau. [signée J.J. Heilmann] - Chaumière des environs de Pau. - Cathédrale de Lescar (Béarn). - [Une épreuve sans titre, calèche, chevaux et personnages en chapeaux haut-de-forme.] - Abside de la cathédrale de Lescar. - Vue de Pau [avec une lavandière au bord du Gave au premier plan]. - Le château de Coarraze (Béarn). - Chapelle de Bétharam (Béarn). - Pic du Midi de Pau. - Le pont de Lescun (Vallée d’Aspe). - Le Parc de Pau. - Château de Pau (Intérieur). - Sauveterre (Béarn). - La vallée d’Aspe (Béarn). - [Château de Pau et les Pyrénées enneigées au fond]. Cette dernière photo [88 x 212 mm], qui en principe ne fait pas partie de cet album, est de J. J. Heilmann. Elle est ici recadrée et un peu plus petite que celle du catalogue d’exposition (N°18), qui la date de décembre 1853. Joint : une photographie sur carton volant de la même époque montrant une cabane sur pilotis. Reliure frottée. La Lumière, n°31, 30 Juillet 1853. Pyrénées en images. de l'oeil à l'objectif 1820-1860. Catalogue de l'exposition au Musée national du château de Pau, 1995, pp. 44-46 et 58-61. // Plus de photos sur // // More picture on [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Esquisses Sénégalaises. Physionomie du Pays. Peuplades. Commerce. Religions. Passé et Avenir. Récits et Légendes. ATLAS ONLY

      Paris, P. Bertrand 1853 Petit in-4° en chemise. 31 pages d'explications des 24 planches. Sont présentes les planches 1 à 10, 13 et 14, 16, 19 à 23. Magnifiques planches gravées coloriées au pochoir. les coloris sont restés très vifs Bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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        Album of Pressed European Flowers,

      n.p. 1853-55, n.p. - Oblong 8vo. (about 4½ by 7½ inches.) 50 leaves (i.e., 100 pages) of stiff paper mostly white but some leaves of a grayish color. 41 leaves have been used; 9 remain in the rear without specimens. Contemporary binding pebbled morocco, all edges gilt. All original work. The title page is inscribed "Hard to please, her book", a skull and crossbones and "Sic Vita!". The first page contains two arrangements of flowers noted as Florence, Christmas Day. The next page gives us Cascine, Sunday Jan. 8th with two further dried arrangements. The book progresses through the Boboli Gardens, Top of the Duomo, many places in Rome (April), Naples (May), back to Florence, then a dried wreath pattern with "Italy 1854 B. B. fecit". The Tyrol. Constance, Paris (March, 1855), Roslyn Castle, London, and ends in London. The specimens are well preserved; a very few are noted lacking or detached, the morocco biding is lightly rubbed and a little discolored but overall this is a very good example of an early Victorian pressed flower album from a two year trip to the continent. We only wish we knew the identity of 'B.B.". Laid in is a card from Cairo dated Christmas 1888 containing a pressed arrangement of dried flowers highlighting a cross: "Blumen des hl. Landes" (Flowers of the Holy Land) and signed "E.W.H." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      San Francisco:: Sun Print.,. (1853).. 11-1/4" x 9-1/4". 1st separate issue (Baird 167; Clifford 180). 1 sheet of lined, light blue laid paper, folded once vertically.. Subtle age toning to extremities. Fold lines, which are a bit tender. & starting at the edges. Still, a respectable VG copy.. "Thou shalt have no other claim than one." "Thou shalt not go prospecting before thy claim gives out." "Thou shalt not steal a pick, or a shovel, or a pan, from thy fellow miner; ..." "Thou shalt not tell any false tales about 'good diggings in the mountains' to thy neighbor ..." "Thou shalt not commit unsuitable matrimony.." So declares 'The Miner's Ten Commandments.' These divine rules of the California Gold Rush came about in the early 1850s, when keeping the Sabbath became a point of issue in Placerville [and other mining regions]. Such religious observance was favored by James Hutchings, but not so by many other residents. Their lack of spiritual reverence was lampooned, along with many other shady miner practices, by Hutchings in this famous, and subsequently oft- imitated, parody of the Ten Commandants. The work was first published 4 June 1853 in the Placerville Herald, and this the first separate publication. For more detailed history of this piece, see Kruska's HUTCHINGS, Chapter 5. . Text printed p. 4, in 3 columns, with a surrounding border of 11 wood engraved vignettes of mining-camp life, as drawn by Harrison Eastman. Eastman's images portray the temptations which the commandments exhort the miners to resist, such as gambling, drinking, staking false claims, stealing, fighting, lying, etc.

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        Laws at Present in Force in the Island of St. Lucia.

      1853 - [St. Lucia]. Laws at Present in Force in the Island of St. Lucia. London: Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, 1853. vi, 388 pp. Octavo (9-1/2" x 6"). Contemporary calf, rebacked, red and black lettering pieces to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing to extremities, some scuffing and edgewear to boards, most of upper (red) lettering piece lacking, light toning to text, internally clean. Ex-library. Location label to spine, small embossed stamp to front board, inkstamps to preliminaries. A solid copy of a scarce title. * With index and side-notes. St. Lucia was discovered by Columbus in 1502. The first group of colonists, from England, were massacred by the Caribs, but the French succeeded in colonizing the island in 1642. It passed between France and Great Britain a number of times and became a British possession in 1803. It became independent and joined the Commonwealth in 1979. As one would suspect, traces of French law remain in the island's legal system. OCLC locates 9 copies in North America. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 7:341. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph manuscript of part of his "Autobiographic Sketches. Selections Grave and Gay from Writings published and Unpublished".

      Written on both sides of a single leaf cut from the middle of a larger sheet, the text commences on one side, "of the case, and would have been executed in a summary way, upon the prima facie evidence against him, that he did not appear to be in the condition of a prisoner; and, if his name had ever again reached his country, it would have been in some sad list of ruffians, murderers, traitors to their country…………" and finishes, "……roused from their slumbers by the glare of conflagration, reflected from gleaming cutlasses and from the faces of demons. This fear it was--a fear like this, as I have often thought…"The second side commences, "I have said that he would not have appeared to any capturing ship as standing in the situation of prisoner amongst the pirates, nor was he such in the sense of being confined. He moved about, when on board ship, in freedom……………" and finishes, "… Much, therefore, it was that he owed to this accomplishment. Still, there is no good thing without its alloy; and this great blessing brought along with it something worse than a dull duty - the necessity, in fact, of facing fears and trials to which the sailor's heart is preeminently…"Both the above forming part of Chapter XII, "My Brother" of "Autobiographic Sketches" first published in 1853. Approximately 500 words with much crossing out, alterations and revisions. The leaf 4 x 7½ inches.

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        Villette. Three volume set

      VG : in very good condition. Later rebind. Bayntun Riviere of Bath morocco gilt binding with 'Bronte' on spine. Pages browning. Slight foxing in places. Marbled eps First Edition Green/gilt leather cover 200mm x 130mm (8" x 5"). 324pp; 319pp; 350pp. Exceptionally fine set.

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        Beskrifning öfwer Nord-Amerikas Förenta stater, i anseende till naturbeskaffenhet, djur, wexter, mineralier, produkter, näringsutwägar, styrelse, lagskipning, religionswäsende, underwisningsanstalrer [sic!],

      krigsmakt, handel, kommunikationsmedel, fattigförsörjning, skatter, onera, &c. Med naturhistoriska och andra underrättelser; jemte särskilda upplysningar och råd för dem, som wilja dit inflytta. Växjö, A. G. Deurells enka, 1853. 8:o. (2),258,359-364 s. Mörkblått pappbd med vit titeletikett (Johanna Röjgård). Oskuren. Lagerfläckig och med en mindre fuktfläck i övre marginalen på s. 235-44.. Larson Swedish commentators on America 100. Jämför Sabin 6235 för en norsk översättning tryckt i Oslo samma år. Den mest omfattande äldre svenska emigranthandledningen. Bland svenska emigranter var boken mycket läst. Innehåller utdrag ur andra författares alster, såsom Campanius Holm, Klinckowström, Arfwedson, Gosselman, Schéele, Cassel och Helleberg. Den var en viktig källa för Vilhelm Moberg när han skrev utvandrarsviten och han skrev förord till den faksimilupplaga som utkom 1970

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        NOUVELLE MAGIE BLANCHE DEVOILEE, Physique occulte, et Cours complet de prestidigitation, contenant Tous les Tours nouveaux qui ont été exécutés jusqu'à ce jour sur les Théatres ou ailleurs, et qui n'ont pas encore publiés et un grand nombre de Tours d'un effet surprenant, d'une exécution facie, et tout-à-fait inconnus du Public et des Professeurs; ouvrage entiérement nouveau, et le plus complet qui ait paru sur cette matière.

      Delahays 1853 (Codice libreria ES5539) Due volumi in 8º (23 cm) 313, 314 pp. Rara edizione. Descrive e spiega numerosissimi giochi di prestigio e prestidigitazione con carte, monete, biglie, bicchieri, dadi ecc.ecc. Pieni margini, barbe. Note di appartenenza a penna alle sguardie. Brossura editoriale con qualche mancanza, sovracc. trasparente protettiva incollata all'interno delle copertine. Raro. Euro 900

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        Don Pirlone a Roma. Memorie di un italiano dal 1° settembre 1848 al 31 dicembre 1850. Quarta edizione e seconda economica.

      Torino, Tip. del Progresso diretta da Barera ed Ambrosio, 1853. 1853 3 voll. in-4° (262x182mm), pp. XIII, (2), 204; (2), 204; (2), 216; legatura m. pelle marrone con titolo e filetti in oro ai dorsi. 306 tavv. caricaturali non firmate (ma tra gli incisori figurano Francesco Ratti, Sebastiano Vaiani e Achille Monneret) incise su rame f.t. Ogni volume presenta un doppio frontespizio, il primo dei quali con titolo entro cornice allegorica. Capilettera e finalini ornati ad ogni singolo capitolo. Qualche inevitabile fioritura, alcuni restauri a cuffie e cerniere. Ottimo esemplare nell'insieme, conservante all'interno le rare brossure originali figurate. Quarta edizione (il termine "economica" designa semplicemente la sua apparizione a dispense) di questa famosa opera di satira risorgimentale, pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1850, i cui bersagli polemici preferenziali sono il Papato, l'Austria e la Francia. Il Pinto, nato a Roma nel 1818, spentosi nel 1910, già comproprietario ed articolista del celebre periodico satirico "Don Pirlone", riparò a Torino dopo la caduta della Repubblica Romana; scrivendo la presente opera egli vi trasfuse lo stesso mordace spirito polemico che aveva animato il quasi omonimo periodico: "Edotti dall'esperienza, sappiamo quale profonda traccia lascino nell'animo umano gli incancellabili colpi del ridicolo". Bertarelli, 6395. Bibliogr. d. età del Risorgimento, II, 249.

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        DICTIONARIUM SINICO- LATINUM auctore... Melliori ordine digestum, characteribus sinicis ad voces in phrasibus appositis, et ad puriorem pronunciatiorem redactum etc. etc., servatis, paucissimis exceptis, ipsius auctoris verbis, nonnullis linguae sinicae notionibus praemissis. Labore, cura ac diligentia Hieronimy Mangieri a S. Arsenio...

      typis Missionis de Propaganda Fide 1853 gr. vol. in-4 gr., (mm. 268x210), pp. XVIII, 1 cb, 1024, (6) errata, bella leg. mod. m. pelle, angoli, piatti in carta dec., tagli color., tit. oro al d. Da pag. 125 a pag. 137 restauro al margine bianco senza perdita di testo, qualche gora su alcune pagine ma per il resto bell'esempl. [131]

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        STORIA DI ALESSANDRIA dall'origine ai nostri giorni di?

      Falletti 1853-1855 4 voll. in-8, pp. XI, 453; 286; 675; 575, leg. mod. m. pelle con angoli e c. dec. ai piatti, doppio tass. al d. con nervi e fregi oro al d. Importante storia della città dal medioevo al XIX sec. rilegata in 4 voll. con l'ultimo libro dedicato alla descrizione delle principali famiglie e ai più illustri personaggi del luogo. Autore di alcune operette letterarie e teatrali C. A-Valle (1815-1873) fu soprattutto giornalista di satira politica con i vari pseudonimi di Frà Chichibio, Frà Pignatta etc... e collaboratore di alcuni periodici torinesi. Tra le opere maggiori oltre alla Storia del Risorgimento Italiano e alla Storia del Piemonte, anche questa monumentale Storia di Alessandia che gli meritò la cittadinanza onoraria. Con la cop. orig. nel II voll. Manca al Lozzi. [135]

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        Precis iconographique de bandages, pansements et appareils

      Mequignon Marvis Paris: Mequignon-Marvis, 1853. 1st edition. 8vo. [4], 595pp. 81 steel engravings. 173 x 108mm. Contemporary half calf, gilt, a little rubbed. Slight foxing & minor tear in margin of pl. 54. Very good copy. FIRST EDITION. A fully illustrated manual of bandaging, with 81 plates, many with several figures. Comparable to the popular Bernard & Huette manual of general surgery, with which it is contemporary, but dealing as fully with its subdivision as the former with the general subject, and slightly larger in format. Goffres was distinguished as a military surgeon and surgery professor. Hirsch (giving date as 1854). Waller 3621, with only 72 plates mentioned. Orr 802, 1866 reissue. Cushing G 308, 1859 Russian translation only.

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        Schlüssel zur bildenden Gartenkunst. Eine Anleitung zur Anlegung oder Verschönerung von Gärten verschiedener Größe für Gärtner und Privatliebhaber. 32 kolorierte lithogr. Gartenpläne auf 25 Tafeln (davon 12 doppelblattgroß und eine davon mehrfach gefaltet; =so vollständig).

      Erste /1./ Ausgabe. VI, 154 S. Grüner, illustr. Or.-Pappband. Einband aussen fleckig, vorne stärker, siehe Foto. Seiten anfangs ein w. fingerfleckig. Bezugspapier an den Ecken und Kanten abgerieben. Die Farb-Tafeln (auf besserem, festeren Papier) sauber, nur in den Rändern teils ein wenig, minimal fingerfleckig, sonst innen "fest" und sauber.

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        New American Practical Navigatorâ?¦

      E. & G.W. Blunt Large 8vo,original full calf, 13 plates, including folding map, plus additional folding table, 458, {1] pp. Binding worn, edges showing in places, normal foxing and aging; else very good. Bowditch (1773-1838) was born in Salem Massachusetts, and after spending nine years at sea, and after finding so many errors in Morris's work on navigation he produced his own title on the subject. First published in 1802, his American Practical Navigator was immenslley popular. He would publish ten editions during his lifetme, but many other editions would be published, and in 1867 it would become a U.S. Government publication. It continues to be a highly respected enclopedia of navigation.

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        El CODIGO UNIVERSAL De SENALES Para La MARINA MERCNATE de Todas Naciones, de Don Frederico Marryat, De la Marina Real de Inglaterra; con Una Seleccion de Sentencias Para el Uso de Barcos Navegando de Conserva y sistemas de Senales Geometricos, de Noche, y de Neblina. Por G. B. Richardson. [A UNIVERSAL CODE Of SIGNALS]

      Londres [London]:: Richardson Hermanos, No. 23, Cornhill.. (n. d.).. 8vo. 'Edicion Castellana.' 1st Edition in Spanish (?). Ca late 1850s. 12 pages of preliminary text. Unpaginated. 8 page "List of Agents to Lloyd's. May, 1853" at rear. "Royal Humane Society's Directions for the Recovery of the Apparently Drowned" follows, with 3 pages of adverts concluding text.. Original publisher's green cloth binding with gilt stamped title lettering to spine.. Modest extremity wear. Front hinge starting. Age toning to paper.. A VG copy.. A very rare edition of this maritime staple first published by Marryat, ca. 1817. No copies recorded in the NUC, none located on OCLC, with KVK locating an 1866 edition in Universitat PolitŽcnica de Catalunya. . 7 color plates.

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      Parigi Bailliere 1853 4° Pagine IV + 367 Legatura coeva in mezza pelle marrone con piccolo danno al dorso. Titolo e ricchi fregi in oro al dorso. 92 tavole incise fuori testo di cui alcune ripiegate. Lievissime fioriture. Ottimo esemplare. Cfr. Osler 2973; McHenry p. 179; manca a Cushing e Waller. Edizione originale. Raro

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        MACHZOR (Libro di preghiere per l?intero anno), in 5 voll.

      I. Lehrberger & Comp. 1853 in 16°, pp. numerate solo al recto vol. 1°: 149; vol. 2°: 217; vol. 3°: 131; vol. 4°: 142; vol. 5°: 97; leg. coeva p/pelle marezzata con fregi in oro ai ds., custodie rilegate per ogni vol., fregi ai front.; testo ebraico in caratteri di varie dimensioni; lievi e diffuse fior. dovute al tipo di carta, qc. piccola sbucc. alle leg. e alle custodie, ma voll. ben conservati. 329/21

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        Catalogo dos manuscriptos portuguezes existentes no Museo britannico. Em que tambem se d noticia dos manuscriptos estrangeiros relativos historia civil, politica e litteraria de Portugal e seus dominios importantes e

      4 pp., l., [vii]-xxvi, 415, [2] pp. 8vo. Paper wrappers. First edition. Rodrigues 999. Foulche-Barrau 2110. Pinto de Mattos p. 267. Greelee 61. Bestermann 4979. Jones 1037a. Warmly inscribed to Antonio Cnovas del Castillo, the Spanish politician and historian. An unopened (uncut) copy, spine worn, front wrapper remounted on later paper, nearly detached, with a number of chips affecting a few words, front blank chipped at lower fore corner, half-title soiled at lower fore corner, author's stamp on front wrapper and title page, his gift inscription on half-title, otherwise contents near fine.

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      David Bogue, 1853. 8vo., FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION, with almost 100 wood-engravings from drawings by Foster in the text; handsomely bound in contemporary full crushed green morocco, sides blocked with quadruple gilt frame borders, green back gilt extra with five raised bands, gilt doublures to a floral pattern, gilt edges, BY OLDFIELD, very slightly rubbed but a most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation.

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        Villette. Three volume set

      London: Smith, Elder and Co, 1853.. First Edition. Green/gilt leather cover. VG : in very good condition. Later rebind. Bayntun Riviere of Bath morocco gilt binding with 'Bronte' on spine. Pages browning. Slight foxing in places. Marbled eps. 324pp; 319pp; 350pp :: 200mm x 130mm (8" x 5") :: Exceptionally fine set

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        Geologie der Schweiz. Erster Band: Mittelzone und südliche Nebenzone der Alpen; Zweiter Band: Nördliche Nebenzone der Alpen. Jura und Hügelland (zus. 2 Bde.).

      8°, Bd. I: IV, 1 Bl., 485 S., zahlr. Textabb., 1 farb. Faltkarte; Bd. II: VII, 497 S., zahlr. Textabb., Privat-HLdr. d. Zt. m. gold. Rückenprägung, Bd. I m. Lesebändchen., Beide Bde.: Etw. berieben, mit vereinzelten wenigen Stockflecken. Bd. I: Leder mit kl. Abspleissungen, fliegender Vorsatz u. 1 Vakatbl. mit kleiner Randläsion, S. I mit kleinem Einriss beim Innengelenk. Insgesamt schönes Exemplar. Jew. EA. Mit geologischer Übersichtskarte des Alpensystems und seiner Seitengebirge. Mit zahlreichen Gebirgsdurchschnitten. Mit Register. Das erste massgebliche Werk über den geologischen Aufbau der Schweiz. B. Studer (1794-1887) war Prof. d. Mineralogie und Geologie an der Universität Bern.

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        Boston, From City Point near Sea Street

      New York: Henry I. Megarey, 1853. A SPECTACULAR VIEW OF THE BOSTON SHORELINE DURING THE MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY Colored aquatint Image size: approx. 19 3/5" x 25 1/10" Framed size: 31" x 36 3/5" ca. 1853-1856 Literature: Deák, Picturing America, 408 W.J. Bennett's exquisitely colored aquatint provides the viewer with a stunning view of Boston's harbor. Indeed, this work possesses the three qualities that define Bennett's best aquatints: clarity, sparkle, and luminosity. The lush clouds and azure sky are particularly well rendered. In addition, Bennett expertly organizes all of the work's compositional elements. The schooner's sail supplies the image with a strong left border, while the point of the schooner's anchor returns the viewer's gaze back in the direction of the city of Boston. Manned rowboats also offer the viewer a sense of scale. . Book.

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        Laws at Present in Force in the Island of St. Lucia

      1853. [St. Lucia]. Laws at Present in Force in the Island of St. Lucia. London: Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, 1853. vi, 388 pp. Octavo (9-1/2" x 6"). Contemporary calf, rebacked, red and black lettering pieces to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing to extremities, some scuffing and edgewear to boards, most of upper (red) lettering piece lacking, light toning to text, internally clean. Ex-library. Location label to spine, small embossed stamp to front board, inkstamps to preliminaries. A solid copy of a scarce title. * With index and side-notes. St. Lucia was discovered by Columbus in 1502. The first group of colonists, from England, were massacred by the Caribs, but the French succeeded in colonizing the island in 1642. It passed between France and Great Britain a number of times and became a British possession in 1803. It became independent and joined the Commonwealth in 1979. As one would suspect, traces of French law remain in the island's legal system. OCLC locates 9 copies in North America. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 7:341.

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        Visiting card, signed.

      1853. 9 x 5,5 cm. Photographer: F. Pedersen (1815-1898)

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        Wanderings and Excursions in North Wales [and] Wanderings and Excursions in South Wales, with the Scenery of the River Wye.

      London: Henry G. Bohn, 1853, 1854.. 2 volumes. 8vo (8" x 5.5"). xi,336; xi,336 pages. 2 engraved titles, 2 folding hand-coloured engraved maps, 100 engraved views from drawings by Harding, Fielding, Cox, Creswick & Cattermole. A magnificent matched pair, almost without blemish, a.e.g., in early half morocco, panelled spines, ruled gilt, marbled boards. Ex-libris in the most inoffensive manner, each volume with two or three small single-line library stamps on the blank endpapers. (Price includes postage UK)

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        From the Ordnance Survey of the Country Thirty Miles Round London.

      London: G.F. Cruchley, [c.1853].. Map dimensions 108 x 132 cm, overall dimensions 114 x 137 cm. A fine large folding map of the environs of London, extending from Hertford down to Godalming and Chatham across to Bagshot. Scale: one inch to the mile. Bright original colour in block denoting the parks and estates and in outline demarcating the county boundaries and the railway lines. Dissected into 48 sections and mounted on linen, folds into original dark green moiré cloth slipcase with publisher's title label to upper board, matching moiré cloth to the folded end sections of the map. The case sympathetically repaired at the head of one spine and the joint adjacent, the map in excellent condition. Cf. Hyde, D. & H. 333. The map was first issued by John Walter Froggett in 1831 with a slightly different title. According to James Howgego Cruchley's first rendering of the map appeared in 1840, of which two editions appeared within a year. James Hyde records six subsequent editions published from 1854 onwards. This example would appear to have been issued a year or two earlier, in that it shows the Great Northern Railway going into Kings Cross (the station opened in 1852) and the Great Western is shown terminating in its original, slightly more western, location (the new station opened in 1854). Population figures for boroughs and parishes are indicated, presumably from data provided in 1851 census.

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        TEN MONTHS AMONG THE TENTS OF THE TUSKI with Incidents of an Arctic Boat Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin, as Far as the Mackenzie River, and Cape Bathurst.

      London: John Murray, 1853.. 1st Edition: xvi, 417pp, illustrated, 11 illustrations of which 4 lithographic plates (3 tinted), 1 coloured folding map. [MISSING the lithographic frontispiece] . Rebound, contemporary half leather with bluse marbled boards, gilt ruling and titling to spine. A rare and very important book on the expedition led by T.E.L. Moore on the Brigg Plover in search of Sir John Franklin. The expedition, in which Hooper participated as a marine officer, was forced to winter in Providence-Bay, where Hooper could gather an enormous wealth of useful information on the Tuski. When the ship was free of ice, Hooper joined Pullen's boat expedition along the arctic north coast of America to the Mackenzie River and Cape Bathurst. In summer 1850 the expedition crossed the northenmost part of Canada and returned to England. - Henze II, 622/23. The book also contains information on the culture of the North Alaska Esquimaux and the Tuski. Hooper travelled aboard the Plover as Acting mate with the British Naval Franklin Search Expedition from Plymouth (1848-52) under Captain T.E.L. Moore. The expedition was sent by the Admiralty to serve as a search and supply ship for John Franklin's Northwest Passage Expedition (1845-48) and to assist with Henry Kellett's ship Herald of the British Naval Franklin Search Expedition (1848-50). The Plover over-wintered in 1848-49 in a small bay on the Siberian coastline near a Chukchi village, and enjoyed excellent relations with the Natives. Hooper's detailed descriptions of the customs, dwellings, clothing and beliefs of the Chukchis and adjacent North Alaskan Eskimos are complemented in his narrative by colour plates illustrative of the people and their ways of life. The following spring, W.J.S. Pullen and Hooper embarked on a coastal exploration of the region between Wainwright Inlet and Mackenzie River for traces of the Franklin Expedition. [AB 7395]. Covers heavily worn, front hinge beginning to split, some leather missing from corners and spine. Previous owners signature on fep, pages age toned,p415 split in hinge, some minor foxing but overall a nice clean copy. Good.

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