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        History of the United States (First Edition, Three Volume Set)

      Johnson, Fry, and Company, 1858. 1st Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Good. (American History) Spencer, J.A., D.D. 'History of the United States.' First Edition, Three Volume Set. Johnson, Fry and Company, 1858. 'From the Earliest Period to the Administration of James Buchanan.' Illustrated with highly finished steel engravings, from original pictures by Leutze, Weir, Powell. Chappel. and other American artists. In Three Volumes. Oversized books. Original binding! Leather spine and tips over dark blue boards. Square and tightly bound. Marble end pages. Boards moderately rubbed. Occasional browning on the interior. Good condition.

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        Légendes Flamandes. Félicien Rops.

      , Michel Levy, Paris / Bruxelles Meline Cans ,1858. Bound, Relie, cloth; 13x20cm. 251pp.avec 12 eaux-fortes original.Édition illustrée de douze eaux-fortes sur chine contre collées, par Adolf Dillens, Charles de Groux, Félicien Rops, François Roffiaen, Edmond de Schampheleer, Jules van Imschoot, Otto von Thoren. préface par Èmile Deschanel. imprimerie Delevingne Bruxelles.bon etat.

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        LA PORTE, SIERRA COUNTY. (STREET VIEW.) [caption title]

      La Porte, Ca.: Published by J.C. Lester, Bookseller, etc., [ca. 1858].. Pictorial letter sheet, 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches, on ruled white paper. Wood engraved illustration, 3 3/4 x 5 inches. A slight bit of edge wear, else fine. A scarce California pictorial letter sheet, giving a view of the mining town of La Porte. The view shows the town's main street, and several businesses are identified, including Everts, Wilson & Co. banking house; Lee & Ned's Pioneer Livery Stable; the Hotel de France; and the Union Hotel. A number of men, women, and children are shown in the street, along with a miner carrying a pickaxe. The view of the town, which carries an "AE" monogram, is attributed to artist Alexander Edouart, son of silhouettist Auguste Edouart. La Porte is located near the north bank of Rabbit Creek (after which it had formerly been named), on a ridge between the Yuba and Feather rivers, at an altitude of 4500 feet. Mining began in La Porte around 1850 and continued throughout the decade. A printed description and history of the town surrounds the image, the two occupying the upper half of the whole sheet. Baird locates a total of only four copies of this view of La Porte. BAIRD, CALIFORNIA'S PICTORIAL LETTER SHEETS 129. CLIFFORD LETTER SHEET COLLECTION 136.

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        Album historisch-heraldischer Alterthümer und Baudenkmale der Stadt Bern und Umgebung. 48 Tafeln. ( Beiliegend handgeschr. Inhaltsverzeichnis für Blatt 15-70 in altdeutscher Schrift )

      Bern. Selbstverlag 1858, Privatdruck.. 4° quer, Titel, 2 S. Text, 48 lithographierte getönte ganzseitige Tafeln. Hlwd der Zeit, marmorierte Pappdeckel mit rotem goldgeprägtem Deckelschild. Kanten berieben und etwas bestossen, sonst außen guter, innen nahezu sehr guter Zustand. Früherer Besitzerstempel auf leerem Vorsatz von " Diakonissenhaus Bern ".. 15, Band 22030b u 22030c, teils mit identischen Tafeln

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        Cambridge Lectures Together with a Prefatory Letter by the Rev. Professor Sedgwick, M.A. F.R.S. & C

      Cambridge: Deighton, Bell and Co. 1858, 1st Edition. () [vii], 181, [8]. Very good. Octavo. Blue cloth with stamped design and gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Worn around spine and at corners. Brown endpapers. Inscription in ink on front free endpaper. B / W frontispiece portrait of David Livingston. 2 maps. First edition, very scarce. Edited By M.A. F.R.A.S. andC. Rev. William Monk..

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        River bank of the Yamuna].

      c.-62 1858 - Albumen print. Good tonal range and in good condition. Dimensions: 280 by 435mm. (11 by 17 inches).

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        Memoire sur la fermentation appelee lactique

      Paris: Masson, 1858. Biological Basis of Fermentation Pasteur, Louis (1822-95). Memoire sur la fermentation appelee lactique. In: Annales de chimie et de physique, 3rd series, 52 (1858): 404-18. Whole volume, 8vo. 512pp. Plate. Paris: Victor Masson, 1858. 211 x 132 mm. Quarter sheep, marbled boards, a bit rubbed. Minor foxing, but very good. First Edition. Garrison-Morton 2472. Horblit, One Hundred Books Famous in Science 82 (abridged version). Pasteur's first paper on fermentation contains most of the central theoretical and methodological features of his biological theory of fermentation, in particular the concept of fermentation as a product of the growth of yeast, the idea that air is source of microscopic yeasts and other microorganisms, and the notion of specificity, in which each fermentation could be traced to a specific microorganism. Pasteur was able to isolate, observe and propagate the yeast responsible for lactic fermentation, and to demonstrate that its activity was dependent on its environment. Pasteur's concept of fermentation as a biological process challenged the chemical theory of fermentation put forth by Liebig, which Pasteur was able to disprove with his experiments on alcoholic and acetic fermentation. Pasteur's paper underwent roughly simultaneous publication in the Annales de chimie et de physique and the Memoires de la Societe des Sciences, de l'Agriculture et des Arts de Lille, 2nd series, 5 (1858). A much-abridged version appeared in the Comptes rendus de l'Academie des Sciences (Paris), 45 (1857). Brock, pp. 27-30. Dibner, Heralds of Science 198 (abridged version). Norman 1653 (offprint).

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        Seiyiryakuron. 4 vols

      Tokyo, 1858. Hobson, Benjamin (1816-73). Seiyi-ryakuron [First lines of the practice of surgery in the west]. 4 vols. In Chinese with Japanese reading symbols. Tokyo: Yorozua Hyoshiro, 1858. Vol. I: 60 folded leaves plus 1 single leaf; text illustrations. Vol. II: 49 folded leaves; text illustrations. Vol. III: 62 folded leaves; text illustrations. Vol. IV: 22 folded leaves; text illustrations. 255 x 173 mm. Yellow embossed paper wrappers, printed labels (a little worn). Boxed. The last volume has a table of contents in English and Chinese. First Japanese Edition. Benjamin Hobson was a British missionary doctor who spent two decades (1839-59) in China. He founded hospitals in Hong Kong, Guangdong and Shanghai; trained local physicians in Western medical techniques; and wrote four medical textbooks in Chinese based on European sources. "His works were highly regarded, and, in the words of one observer, served to 'transform China's native doctors into an intelligent, progressive, and scientific medical profession by furnishing them with a scientific background' . . . His texts were highly regarded by contemporary medical missionaries and they had a far-reaching impact on the introduction of Western medicine, not only in China but also in Japan" (Wong, p. 91). The second of these texts was the First Lines of the Practice of Surgery in the West (Xiyi luelun, 1857); the work was published in Japan one year later. "This treatise, besides showing the benefit of surgical education, sets forth the entire subject of surgical practice . . . Perhaps this work may be regarded as the best of the [Hobson] series, as it is certainly the most adapted for direct utility" (Wong and Wu, p. 365, note 310). The work contains hundreds of illustrations, and includes a list of medical prescriptions. At the end of the last volume is a table of contents and list of drug names in English and Chinese.The Japanese versions of Hobson's works appeared during a critical time in Japanese history, the bakumatsu period (1853-67), when Japan ended its isolationist foreign policy and began opening its ports to Western trade. During this period, "Chinese translations of Western medical texts rendered a great service to Japan. First and foremost, this refers the Chinese-language editions of works by Benjamin Hobson" (Masuda, p. 3). Wong and Wu, note 310. Wong, "Local voluntarism: The medical mission of the London Missionary Society in Hong Kong, 1842-1923," in Hardiman, ed., Healing Bodies, Saving Souls: Medical Missions in Asia and Africa, pp. 87-113.

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        The Flower of The Flock

      London: Published by W.S. Johnson & Co, 1858. First edition. iv, 328; iv, 304; iv, 320 pp. 3 vols. 8vo. Bound in contemporary presentation green pebbled morocco, gilt extra, a.e.g. by Leighton Son and Hodge. Spine faded, else fine. Presentation Binding, Inscribed to His Daughter Inscribed by the author (1814-1880) to his Daughter, "To Violet Kate Egan/ from her father/ Pierce Egan/ with his tenderest love and/ affection/ March 8th 1870."

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        The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table

      Phillips Sampson and Company, 1858 - First issue with vignette, period after Company on title page, advertisements on front endpaper and pastedown headed by "Works of Permanent Value" and the rear by "Poetry and the Drama" and "School Books". Laid in is an approximate 3/4" x 2 1/2" slip of paper SIGNED by O. W. Holmes. This copy is quarter bound in burgundy leather over marbled paper boards. The boards have some corner wear and there is a bit of internal perimeter toning. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        4 Karikaturzeichnungen.

      . . Carl Zopf (1858, Neuruppin - 1944, München), studierte an der Kunstgewerbeschule in Berlin. Ab 1882 dann an der Akademie in München. Er war ständiger Mitarbeiter der "Fliegenden Blätter"und unterhielt von 1889 bis 1944 ein Atelier in Schwabing, München. - 4 kleine Originalzeichnungen (wohl in Tinte) die eine Folge darstellen. Einem Mann wird von einem jüdischen Händler ein Kneifer (Brille zum Aufsetzen auf die Nase) verkauft. Der Mann tut sich schwer damit, weil das Gestell immer wieder runterrutscht, bis er auf die Idee kommt den Kneifer unterhalb der Nase festzuklemmen! Alle vier Zeichnungen unter schönem bordeauxroten Passepartout und hinter Glas in einem vergoldeten Rahmen der Zeit. Gut erhalten. Nivht signiert! Carl Zopf zugeschrieben.

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        The Campaigns of Hannibal:

      London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts,, 1858. Arranged and Critically Considered expressly for the Use of Students of Military History. Octavo. Original red slub-grained cloth, title gilt to the spine. Maps to the text. The cloth is somewhat rubbed and a little soiled, hinges repaired, text lightly browned, a quantity of informed pencil, red, blue and graphite, marginalia, overall professionally restored and now a sound copy, at least very good. First edition. Uncommon and interesting account, just 7 locations on Copac. Carefully compiled account of the "operations in which Hannibal was personally engaged", drawn from the "best ancient and modern historians and essayists, including Livy, Polybius, Sir Walter Raleigh, Niebuhr, Arnold, Guiscard, and Vaudancourt" (Preface). The author spent ten years with the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment before service in the Crimea on the expedition to Ketch and Raglan's assaults on the Redan at Sebastopol. He took up the appointment of Director of Studies at Sandhurst; "In 1856 MacDougall's book The Theory of War: Illustrated by Numerous Examples from Military History was published. This advanced no original theories, but was largely a digest from the classic European military writers, and also advocated more scientific education of officers. An immediate success, it became a standard textbook, was translated into French and German, and gave MacDougall a leading place among British military writers. His 1857 pamphlet, The Senior Department of the Royal Military College, asserted the lack of proper instruction for staff officers, and probably led to his appointment to the new Staff College at Camberley. He was its first commandant, from February 1858 to September 1861" (ODNB). Macdougall was an industrious writer and lecturer at Staff College, and published a steady stream of well-received studies, including the present work, a life of his father-in-law, Sir William Napier, and Modern Warfare as Influenced by Modern Artillery, which was the first work by a British officer to incorporate lessons from the civil war. He spent time as adjutant-general of the Canadian Militia, and as deputy inspector-general of the auxiliary forces at the War Office, and being centrally involved in the Cardwell reforms in 1873 when "Cardwell established the new intelligence branch at the War Office, based on the existing topographical and statistical department but with more than double the staff. MacDougall, by then 'one of the most respected and influential major generals', was its first head … An excellent choice, he made an important contribution to British military intelligence, attempting to ensure quality through the appointment only of Staff College graduates to permanent posts, and expanding the branch's role to include involvement in defence planning. It rose from relative obscurity to increased prestige and real importance in the War Office, and by the time he left it was firmly established". He died in 1894. Ownership inscription of Adair Colpoys Heaslop, dated 1897. Heaslop graduated from Lincoln College, Oxford, was commissioned from the Volunteer Artillery as a 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery in 1900; lieutenant RGA , 1901, captain 1911. He served in Sierra Leone 1901-2, and Commandant and Adjutant, Bermuda Militia Artillery, 1910-14. In September 1914 he was sent to France with 4th Siege Battery, RGA; Major, RGA December 1915, and served as Officer Commanding, 12th Siege Battery in XIV Corps Heavy Artillery until December 1916. Took part in the actions at the Aisne, Lys, First Ypres, Ploegstreet, Hooge, The Bluff, St. Eloi, and in Mesopotamia, Tekrit and Kifri. Twice mentioned in despatches, MC.

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        Papers relative to the Separation of the Moreton Bay District from New South Wales, and the Establishment of a Separate Government

      London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1858. Tall quarto, vi, 66pp. (last blank), with a folding handcoloured map measuring 550 x 405 mm., very good condition. Prelude to the foundation of Queensland. Important collection of parliamentary papers detailing the separation of the Moreton Bay district from New South Wales, the precursor to the declaration of Queensland as a discrete colony in December 1859. The papers include a significant Arrowsmith map of the region proposing new border divisions coloured by hand.In 1851 the first Moreton Bay representative was appointed New South Wales parliament; by 1858 nine members represented districts north of the Clarence River. The isolation of the settlement from Sydney brought a sense of neglect alongside serious administration problems, motivating squatters and free settlers towards political self-determination.The large folding map bound into this report was printed by renowned London cartographer John Arrowsmith. It is dated January 1858 and titled Map shewing the proposed boundary between News South Wales and the Moreton Bay Colony, and the proposed division of that Colony into Electoral Districts. The new border between the two colonies is handcoloured red and yellow, and runs along the 29th parallel until following the course of the Barwon and Dumaresq rivers. Electoral districts north of the border are coloured in green, while those in New South Wales are yellow. The map details the entire coastline from the mouth of the Clarence River at Shoal Bay to Cape Gloucester (near present day Bowen) above the 20th parallel.The report presents a rich and varied collection of documents illustrating both sides of a contentious debate. Petitions for and against separation from all the northern districts are included, some of which shed valuable light on local aspirations for political self-determination. The issue of debt features prominently, given the colony of New South Wales carried the considerable burden of £2,234,700; accordingly several of the submissions included in this report discuss how this is to be shared with the nascent Moreton Bay Colony.Likewise, the resumption of transportation is openly broached in the report - an important issue given the history of Moreton Bay as a destination for violent recidivists until abandoned for this purpose in 1839 in favour of Port Arthur. Although the township at Moreton Bay had existed as a free settlement for some years, squatters desired a return of transportation to solve the shortage of labour. Ultimately, the colony of Queensland was formed without a resumption of transportation to the eastern seaboard of Australia.

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        Eigenh. musikalisches Albumblatt mit U.

      Wien, Jänner 1858.. ½ S. Folio.. 16 Takte für Singstimme und Klavier aus seinem Lied "Blaues Auge". - Gustav Graben-Hoffmann war Gesangslehrer in Potsdam, wo er 1850 eine "Musikakademie für Damen" gründete, und nahm Kompositionsunterricht bei Moritz Hauptmann in Leipzig. Von 1858 bis 1868 unterrichtete er Gesang in Dresden, ging nach Schwerin und lebte von 1869 bis zu seinem Tod, mit einer kurzen Unterbrechung 1873 in Dresden, in Berlin. "1870 baute er dort eine 'Gesangsakademie für Damen' auf. Neben zahlreichen Liedern, deren bekanntestes '500 000 Teufel' ist, schrieb Graben-Hoffmann Duette, Chorlieder, Klavierstücke und einige pädagogische Werke (u. a. 'Die Pflege der Singstimme' und die 'Gründe von der Zerstörung und dem frühzeitigen Verlust derselben', 1865)" (DBE). - Etwas knittrig und fleckig.

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        The Courtship of Miles Standish, and Other Poems

      Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1858. First American edition, first printing. iv, [5]-215 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Original full blue gilt cloth, t.e.g. (publisher's deluxe binding). Flyleaf excised, extremities a bit rubbed, else near fine. DELUXE BINDING

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        Portrait, Brustbild nach rechts im Oval, ach dem Leben photographiert vpn S.Friedländer 1857, lithographiert von F.Rohrbach 1858.

      . Druck der Königl. lith. Institut zu Berlin, 1858, Verlag von E.H.Schroeder in Berlin, 40,5 x 28,5 cm.. Das berühmte große Johannes Müller (1801-1858) Portrait in einem vorzüglichen Exemplar. - Wellocme 2087.1

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        Le Boustan de Sa'di.

      Wien, Imprimerie Imperiale, 1858.. Text Perian avec un Commentaire persian. VIII (Vorwort französisch), 479 Seiten (persisch), Lederband der Zeit, 28 x 20,5 cm,. Einband berieben, innen leicht gebräunt.

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        Oriental and Western Siberia: A Narrative of seven years' explorations and adventures in Siberia, Mongolia, the Kirghis Steppes, Chinese Tartary, and part of Central Asia

      London: Hurst and Blackett, 1858. First Edition. Chromolithographs, map, and other illustrations. viii, [1, plates list] f., 611pp. Lacking final leaf of preface with details of illustrations. 1 vols. 4to. Original green cloth, elaborate gilt devices on upper cover and spine, covers slightly rubbed, else near fine. The author's intention was to sketch the scenery of Siberia, but by virtue of a special passport granted by Czar Nicholas the First, he was able to expand his itinerary, observing the peoples, topography and resources of Central Asia.

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        An Account of the Mutinies in Oudh, and of The Siege of the Lucknow Residency; with some observations on the condition of the Province of Oudh and on the causes of the mutiny of the Bengal Army

      London: Richard Bentley. Very Good. 1858. 3rd Edition, enlarged. Morocco. This, the third edition, considerably expanded to 570 pages. Handsomely bound in a 1920s supple half red morocco, five ruled raised bands. Three lithographed plates, three folding maps (one of which is colored), one foldig plan. ; 8vo 22 x 14 cm; xx, 570 pages .

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        Eigenh. musikalisches Albumblatt mit U.

      Wien, Jänner 1858. - ½ S. Folio. 16 Takte für Singstimme und Klavier aus seinem Lied "Blaues Auge". - Gustav Graben-Hoffmann war Gesangslehrer in Potsdam, wo er 1850 eine "Musikakademie für Damen" gründete, und nahm Kompositionsunterricht bei Moritz Hauptmann in Leipzig. Von 1858 bis 1868 unterrichtete er Gesang in Dresden, ging nach Schwerin und lebte von 1869 bis zu seinem Tod, mit einer kurzen Unterbrechung 1873 in Dresden, in Berlin. "1870 baute er dort eine 'Gesangsakademie für Damen' auf. Neben zahlreichen Liedern, deren bekanntestes '500 000 Teufel' ist, schrieb Graben-Hoffmann Duette, Chorlieder, Klavierstücke und einige pädagogische Werke (u. a. 'Die Pflege der Singstimme' und die 'Gründe von der Zerstörung und dem frühzeitigen Verlust derselben', 1865)" (DBE). - Etwas knittrig und fleckig.

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        Three Papers on the Tendency of Species to Form Varieties; And the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection

      London: J. Van Voorst 1858, 2nd printed edition. () xvi, 5858-6312pp. Very good. Octavo. Original blind stamped red cloth with gilt title on spine. Clean pages, a very nice copy. Freeman, 349. These three papers were published shortly before Darwin's "The Origin of Species" and were the first introduction of speciation and the theory of natural selection. Darwin concieved of the idea in 1839, but didn't think the public was ready for such adverse ideas to popular belief. He felt it was necessary to gather as much evidence in favour of his ideas before publicizing his theories. In June 1858, Wallace sent Darwin a letter containing his own very concise concepts of natural selection. Darwin was not ready to release his theories yet, and while Wallace was still in the Malay Archipelago, he needed to be given credit. After discussion with John Hooker and Charles Lyell, Darwin decided to release a publication with three papers: the letter by Wallace, and two by Darwin (being a letter to Asa Gay, and an abstract of his manuscript). These were to be read at a meeting held by Linnean Society of London on June 2, and then printed in the journal of the proceedings afterwards. There was little interest at the reading, but a popular magazine, the Zoologist, realized the importance of the ideas and also published the work. This copy is that published work..

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        Three papers on the tendency of species to form varieties; and on the perpetuation of varieties and species by natural means of selection.

      . London, J. van Voorst, 1858. 8vo. 16 pp. Contemporary embossed red cloth with gilt title on the spine.l Contained in: The Zoologist, volume 16. These three papers, published shortly before "The origin of species", actually introduce the notion of speciation and natural selection independently discovered by Darwin and by Wallace. Darwin had already conceived of his theory in 1839, but because of its expected strong effects upon biological sciences, as well as on ethics, religion and morality, publication was greatly delayed, mainly because Darwin thought it absolutely necessary to collect as much supporting evidence as possible. However, in June 1858, Darwin received a letter by Wallace containing a clear and concise rendering of the concept of natural selection. Darwin, who was not quite ready yet, had to publish his ideas, and Wallace, who still was out collecting birds and beetles in the Malay Archipelago, had to be given credits due. Darwin discussed the matter with Charles Lyell and John Hooker, and it was decided that three papers, one by Wallace, being his letter, and two by Darwin (a letter to Asa Gay, and an abstract of Darwin's manuscript), were to be read at the meeting of the Linnean Society of London on June 2, and to be printed in the Journal of the Proceedings of the society (Volume 3, pp. 45-62, dated August 30, 1858). The reading hardly made a stir. However, the editors of the more popular and much wider-read The Zoologist magazine sensed its importance and published it too (this copy) in the 16th volume, pp. 6293-6308. We offer the entire volume 16, bound in contemporary embossed full cloth. Some wear to spine ends and lower rear joint, armorial college bookplate on the front pastedown, small private owner's stamp on the half title (F. F. Freeman, a relative of Darwin's bibliographer?), and a vague stamp on the title page verso. Otherwise fine, with clean pages. A really nice copy in very good condition. Freeman, 349..

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        The Flower of The Flock

      London: Published by W.S. Johnson & Co, 1858. First edition. iv, 328; iv, 304; iv, 320 pp. 3 vols. 8vo. Bound in contemporary presentation green pebbled morocco, gilt extra, a.e.g. by Leighton Son and Hodge. Spine faded, else fine. First edition. iv, 328; iv, 304; iv, 320 pp. 3 vols. 8vo. Presentation Binding, Inscribed to His Daughter. Inscribed by the author (1814-1880) to his Daughter, "To Violet Kate Egan/ from her father/ Pierce Egan/ with his tenderest love and/ affection/ March 8th 1870."

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        The Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting

      1858. BARNARD, George. The Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water-Colours. Illustrated by a Series of Thirty Drawings and Diagrams in Colour and Numerous Woodcuts. [6], 286 pp. Illustrated with 30 chromolithographic plates and 69 text illustrations mainly from engravings, but including several from one-colour lithographs. Large 8vo., bound in the original green calf. London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., 1858. |~||~||~||~| New enlarged edition, the first edition was published in 1855. An important book for its full coverage of colour theory and painting materials, but also because of the high quality plates. Ruari McLean says, "On only one plate, no.4, with twenty five panels showing harmonious arrangements of colour, does there appear to be any hand-colouring. Plates 22 and 23 might be sketches, or notes, by a French Impressionist, and are, in their way, among the most improbable examples of colour printing of the whole century." An unusually fine copy with the binding in fresh condition, and the interior bright, and with occasional insignificant foxing. Abbey, Life 94 (the second edition). McLean, Victorian Book Design & Colour Printing, p. 192.

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        Complete set of his etchings for Thomas Warton's THE HAMLET: AN ODE WRITTEN IN WHICHWOOD FOREST (1859)

      [London: Sampson, Low, 1858. 14 etchings after drawings by Myles Birket Foster, PROOFS BEFORE LETTERS, PRINTED ON INDIA PAPER, mounted to larger sheets, and each signed in pencil ("Birket Foster") by the artist. 1 vols. Folio. Beautifully mounted and preserved set, bound in full red moroccco, a.e.g., by Riviere and Son. Fine. Bookplate of William Foster. 14 etchings after drawings by Myles Birket Foster, PROOFS BEFORE LETTERS, PRINTED ON INDIA PAPER, mounted to larger sheets, and each signed in pencil ("Birket Foster") by the artist. 1 vols. Folio.

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        The Italian Valleys of the Pennine Alps : a Tour Through All the Romantic and Less-Frequented "Vals" of Northern Piedmont, from the Tarentaise to the Gries

      (London): John Murray, 1858. viii; (ii); 558 pages. Frontispiece, 9 plates, plan, 2 folding maps, large folding map at the rear. Signed binding "C. Lewis", half crimson morocco, extra gilt spine, attractive marbled endpapers with matching page edges. A splendid copy.. First Edit. Fine. 8vo.

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        Funfzig querschnitte der in Deutschland wachsenden hauptsächlichsten

      1858. NORDLINGER, Hermann von. Fünfzig querschnitte der in Deutschland wachsenden hauptsächlichsten bau-, werk- und brennhölzer. Für forstleute, techniker und holzarbeiter. 32 pp. Illustrated with 50 mounted tree samples, each within a thin paper chemise with circular label bearing the name of each tree sample in German and Latin. 8vo., 132 x 100 mm, loose as issued in original book-shaped pebbled cloth chemise and slipcase (a little worn). Stuttgart and Augsburg: J.G. Cotta, 1858.|~| |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition. A rare mid-nineteenth century work containing 50 paper-thin slices of wood and tree specimens for the use of microscopic investigation, accompanied by descriptive text in German. The specimens were cross-cut to show the grain of the wood, as well as the colour, structure, etc. Each sample is mounted within an oval window, and features a circular label bearing the name in Latin and German. Nördlinger (1818-1897) was a recognized authority on trees and wood from around the world; he was the indefatigable author of numerous works on the subject, including an 11 volume survey of trees (containing 1100 samples) which appeared in the years 1856-1888. He received several awards for his achievements, namely at the 1851 and 1862 London exhibitions (the former appearing as a stamped medallion on one of the sheets in the present collection). Nördlinger was awarded a professorship at the University of Tübingen in 1881. The present work is not to be confused with the undated "Collection de 60 Sections Transversales de Bois" (ca. 1870-1880) which is essentially a reissue of the wood specimens with a French text. Extremely scarce; OCLC lists only four copies Worldwide, three in Germany and one in Switzerland.

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        California and Its Resources. A Work for the Merchant, the Capitalist,

      SEYD, Ernest. California and Its Resources. A Work for the Merchant, the Capitalist, and the Emigrant.[4], 168, [1] pp. Illustrated with 2 large folding maps, coloured lithographic frontispiece and 7 coloured lithographs, 9 full-page black & white lithographs, one folding-plate view of San Francisco. 8vo., 225 x 135 mm, bound in original black pebbled cloth, stamped in gilt and blind, spine gilt, skillfully rebacked, with the original spine laid down. In a recent half morocco folding box. London: Trübner and Co. 60 Paternoster Row, 1858.Presentation copy, inscription on front flyleaf "To the Editors of the 'Alta California' with the author's best wishes." and with note below "London 15 Jany 58 Mr. Seyd with adress the Alta on the subject of this book by next mail." With several ink stamps in margins of text of "Daily Alta California, S.F. Ca." ."One of the best early surveys of the natural resources of California" - Currey & Kruska. A thorough and lively work on California, with much on the state's natural resources, history, and economy, as well as its gold fields and agricultural prospects. The tinted frontispiece showing Yosemite Falls and another tinted plate showing Yosemite Valley were derived from sketches made in 1855, and appear to be the first views of Yosemite Valley to be published in a book. Other illustrations show buildings in San Francisco, forest scenes, and mining operations. Wheat says the illustrations "are of much Gold Rush significance." One map shows all of California, while the other shows several routes to California from England and Europe, including overland from New York or New Orleans, across the Isthmus of Panama, or around the Horn. "Scarce...One of the best books on the resources of California, with much historical material on the Vigilance Committee" - A fine copy of a scarce and important book. Howell Cowan, p. 577.Rocq 17136. Currey & Kruska 296. Howell 50:832. Howes, S310, "aa". Sabin 79633. Wheat, Gold Rush 181. Abbey 662.

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        Mitla A Nararative of Incidents and Personal Adventures

      1858. TEMPSKY, G.F. von. Mitla. A Nararative of Incidents and Personal Adventures on a Journey in Mexico, Guatemala, and Salvador in the Years 1853 to 1855. [xiv], 436 pp. Illustrated with a folding engraved map coloured in outline, 5 hand-coloured lithographs, and 11 woodcut illustrations. 8vo., 210 x 135 mm, bound in contemporary English polished calf, gilt-tooled spine. London: Longman, Brown, etc., 1858. |~||~||~||~|$1250.00 First Edition. Gustavus von Tempsky was a German adventurer and traveller who here recounts his journey from San Francisco to Mazatlan, Durango, Mexico City, Puebla, Mitla, Tehuantepec, Guatemala, Santa Catarina, Salvador, and well over one hundred smaller towns. A fine copy, lacking half-title. Abbey, Travel 665.

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        Du Typhus de l'Armée d'Orient.

      Paris, Librairie Victor Masson, 1858. - in-8. VII. 440pp. Plein chagrin, dos à nerfs orné, encadrement doré sur le plat avec un envoi en lettres dorées "A Mr. Le Docteur Conneau, médecin de l'Empereur. Hommage du frère de l'auteur L Jacquot" (reliure de l'époque, dos un peu frotté, petites salissures). Rousseurs éparses. Bon exemplaire. Première édition de ce traité sur le typhus, notamment lors de la guerre de Crimée (1854-1856) qui opposa la Russie à une coalition formée de l'Empire Ottoman, la France, le Royaume-Unis et le royaume de Sardaigne. Précieux exemplaire ayant appartenu au Médecin de Napoléon III (l'envoi gravé en lettres dorées sur le plat se trouve aussi manuscrit à un feuillet de garde). Médecine militaire. Armée. Empire.

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        Totius Latinitatis Lexicon opera et Studio Aegidii Forcellini Lucabratum et in tertiam auctam et emendatam a Jospeho Furlanetto alumno Seminarii Patavini Norvo Ordine Digestum amplissime auctum atque emendatum Cura et Studio Doct. Vinventii de-Vit Olim Alumni ac Professoris ejusdem Seminarii, Tomus Primus- Sextus A-Z + Supplementum (Glossarium et Appendix)

      Prati, Typis Aldinianus., 1858-1860 (MDCCCLVIIII-MDCCCLX). - CCLI, 596; 1007; 830;1019; 808; 708 S. (zweispaltiger Druck) Das berühmte Latein Lexikon von Forcellini ind der großen und sehr umfangreichen Ausgabe von 1858 ff. Großzügiger, zweispaltiger Druck auf gutem Papier. Deckel von Band VI mit kleinen Dellen, Stehkanten mit den üblichen Gebrauchsspuren, sonst gutzes Exemplar. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 6500 Fol. Halbleinenbände der Zeit über fünf Büncden mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel.

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        Totius Latinitatis Lexicon opera et Studio Aegidii Forcellini Lucabratum et in tertiam auctam et emendatam a Jospeho Furlanetto alumno Seminarii Patavini Norvo Ordine Digestum amplissime auctum atque emendatum Cura et Studio Doct. Vinventii de-Vit Olim Alumni ac Professoris ejusdem Seminarii Tomus Primus- Sextus A-Z + Supplementum (Glossarium et Appendix)

      Prati, Typis Aldinianus., 1858-1860 (MDCCCLVIIII-MDCCCLX).. 6 Bände (Alles) CCLI, 596; 1007; 830;1019; 808; 708 S. (zweispaltiger Druck) Fol. Halbleinenbände der Zeit über fünf Büncden mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel.. Das berühmte Latein Lexikon von Forcellini ind der großen und sehr umfangreichen Ausgabe von 1858 ff. Großzügiger, zweispaltiger Druck auf gutem Papier. Deckel von Band VI mit kleinen Dellen, Stehkanten mit den üblichen Gebrauchsspuren, sonst gutzes Exemplar.

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        "Ask Mamma," or the Richest commoner in England

      London: Bradbury and Evans, 1858. ix, 3, 412p. [17] leaves of plates. Beautifully bound by Riviere & Son in three quarter rich red morocco over cloth boards with original pictorial paper wraps bound in from issue IV. Second issue in solid letters (the first issue has the letters in outline form). All 13 hand colored plates present and each are pristine. (the plate on p. 329 was originally supposed to be inserted at p. 359. Tooley 472.. Octavo.

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        Funfzig querschnitte der in Deutschland wachsenden hauptsächlichsten

      1858. NORDLINGER, Hermann von. Fünfzig querschnitte der in Deutschland wachsenden hauptsächlichsten bau-, werk- und brennhölzer. Für forstleute, techniker und holzarbeiter. 32 pp. Illustrated with 50 mounted tree samples, each within a thin paper chemise with circular label bearing the name of each tree sample in German and Latin. 8vo., 132 x 100 mm, loose as issued in original book-shaped pebbled cloth chemise and slipcase (a little worn). Stuttgart and Augsburg: J.G. Cotta, 1858.First Edition. A rare mid-nineteenth century work containing 50 paper-thin slices of wood and tree specimens for the use of microscopic investigation, accompanied by descriptive text in German. The specimens were cross-cut to show the grain of the wood, as well as the colour, structure, etc. Each sample is mounted within an oval window, and features a circular label bearing the name in Latin and German.Nördlinger (1818-1897) was a recognized authority on trees and wood from around the world; he was the indefatigable author of numerous works on the subject, including an 11 volume survey of trees (containing 1100 samples) which appeared in the years 1856-1888. He received several awards for his achievements, namely at the 1851 and 1862 London exhibitions (the former appearing as a stamped medallion on one of the sheets in the present collection). Nördlinger was awarded a professorship at the University of Tübingen in 1881.The present work is not to be confused with the undated "Collection de 60 Sections Transversales de Bois" (ca. 1870-1880) which is essentially a reissue of the wood specimens with a French text. Extremely scarce; OCLC lists only four copies Worldwide, three in Germany and one in Switzerland.

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        Original Watercolor and Pencil Drawing for a Fashion Plate Featuring Two Women in Gowns

      1858 - Signed and dated February 2, 1858 by artist. Measuring 25 by 21.5 cm. Pauquet's work in printed form is easy to find; the original sketches are not. Pauquet's work appeared in various fashion periodicals and he also published "Modes et Costumes Historiques" around 1860. He was best known for fashion illustration, but he did other types of book illustration as well. A little light margin soiling. The painting was formerly pasted onto something else, and so on the back of remnants in the corner of this.

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        Oriental and Western Siberia A narrative pf Seven Years' Explorations and Adventures of Siberia, Mongolia, the Kirghis Steppes, Chinese Tartary and part of Central Asia

      London, Hurst and Blackwell 1858.. gr.-8°. VIII (2) 611 S. Mit 35 Textholzschn. u. 20 lithogr. (dav. 4 chromolith. u. 16 getönt. Taf.) OLn. m. Goldpräg. Rü. restaur. Vors. erneuert. Ohne Faltkarte. EA First edition. - Atkinson (1799-1861). "Sieben Jahre lang durchzog er auf weitausgreifenden Routen ... die Regionen zwischen dem Ural im W und dem Baikal-See im O, dem Pit-Fluß im N und dem Tian-schan im S." (Henze I, 107)

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        Annales de L'Observatoire Impérial de Paris, Directeur de l'Observatoire: Observations. 1858-71. Volumes 1-23 [1800-1867]

      Mallet-Bachelier, Gauthier- Villars., Paris 1858 - 23 volumes in total. Contemporary half-leather calf, spines gilt, morocco title labels. A sound and impressive Observatory set, a duplicate de-accessioned from the library of the Royal Observatory of Edinburgh. The leather is edgeworn and slightly powdery but supple with no splitting or weakness, bindings are tight and square. Paper has moderate foxing near endpapers, generally clean and in good order in the interiors with occasional foxing. strong on a few pages. A small number of fine line engravings of instruments, etc are to be found in some volumes. The title labels are in excellent order in fine gilt on leather with raised bands and key lines. The boards are marbled paper. Binding may not be original, but certainly dates from several decades ago. The endpapers seem cleaner and less foxed than the prelims, suggesting the binding was added later. Not exactly bed-time reading, these tomes contain much of scientific importance from a leading Observatory of the period and will look impressive in any library. Please contact us before ordering to clarify shipping costs for this very heavy set. We ship worldwide. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Aventures d'Arthur Gordon Pym

      First edition of the French translation by Charles Baudelaire and why he did not come from large papers. Bound in brown half grief, back on four bands set with ornate golden double dotted black boxes, bits with small restorations head, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, bookplate pasted on the first contreplat , contemporary binding. Virtually free copy pleasant freckles. Copy charming binding period, which is rare because most copies were modestly related to the period. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1858 11,5x18,5cm relié

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        Publii Virgilii Maronis carmina omnia perpetuo commentario ad modum Joannis Bond

      Beautiful typographic tiny edition with commentary distributed around the text. Text in a red frame. Engraved title, with Renaissance-type frame.Illustrated edition of 27 photographs pasted albuminous as thumbnails at the top of chapters, while the photographic process to albumin had been invented in 1850.Bound in full black morocco signed Smeers, 1871. Dos tooled raised 4 irons. Hot dishes struck a rich central medallion and corner irons nets coaching cold. Inétrieure wide lace. Gilt edges. Slight rubbing to upper jaws head, tail and corners.Very nice copy, clearly established in a binding master.ex typographia Firninorum Didot Parisiis (Paris) 1858 8x14cm relié

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        Aventures d'Arthur Gordon Pym.

      First edition of the translation by Charles Baudelaire and for which he was not drawn large papers.Binding half sorrow cherry, back with four nerves set with blind fillets and decorated with gilded florets, marbled paper plates, corners bumped, contemporary binding.Rare and light spots without gravity. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1858 11x18,5cm relié

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        Faust. Poligraphisch-illustrirte Zeitschrift für Kunst, Wissenschaft, Industrie und geselliges Leben. Jahrgang 5.

      Leipzig 1858. Mit 68 (von 72) teils farbigen bzw. getönten Kunstbeilagen. Folio. 384 Spalten. Schöner Halblederband der Zeit. - Unterschiedlich braunfleckig, im wesentlichen gut. - Mit außergewöhnlich schönen graphischen Blättern, darunter: Rheinfall bei Schaffhausen, Schillerhaus in Gohlis, Kapelle St.Anna in Schmiedeberg in Schlesien, Am Comosee, Palermo, Porträt Chr. Rauch, Lauterbrunnental (zwei Blätter) etc. - Herausragend die doppelblattgroße Farblithographie der Great Eastern (Leviathan) sowie eine ebenfalls doppelblattgr. getönte Vogelschauansicht der Sächsischen Schweiz. - Es fehlen vier Blätter Jagdwild..

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