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        A BOY'S ASCENT OF MONT BLANC. With a Memoir of the Author by Edmund Yates.

      London. Ward, Lock and Tyler, (1860).(1860), small 8vo, 165 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, frontispiece and 22 text illustrations, pages: xxxvi, 299, bound in original publisher's red cloth with black stamped decoration to spine and upper cover, illustration and lettering in gilt with a green and a blue initial to upper cover, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, all edges gilt, brown coated endpapers. Rebacked expertly with original spine laid on, new cloth showing at head and tail and on hinges, spine slightly darkened, spine gilt dull, small dark stain at lower edge of upper cover, 3 other very small stains, endpapers chipped at edges, 2 names on front endpapers, another on reverse of frontispiece, frontispiece and title page faintly foxed, small light brown stain affects 10 pages, otherwise contents clean and bright, binding tight and firm. A good sound copy. This is not the story of a boy's ascent of Mont Blanc, rather it is a history and description of ascents of Mont Blanc for the instruction and amusement of boys, including the famous ascent by the author in 1851 which is recounted in detail. Albert Smith (1816 - 1860) had a passion for Mont Blanc and after his ascent he produced an illustrated lecture based on his experiences. This ran for six years at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly and made him a rich man, starting a craze for Mont Blanc. His book on Mont Blanc was originally published by David Bogue in 1852 and went into many editions. This 'Boy's' edition which is scarce was published the same year as an edition for adults also with the Yates memoir. See Neate, Mountaineering and its Literature, No. 718 and 719. See also Appendix III. 1 copy listed in Copac (Major Libraries in the UK) in the National Library of Scotland; OCLC, World Catalogue, list 2 copies, 1 in Zentralbibliothek Zürich and 1 in National Library of Scotland. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Famiglie alleate alla nobile casa Verasis Asinari

      s.e., s.l. 1860 - Album in 8, con 2 tavv. (frontespizio e indiceÂinteramente miniati a manoscritti)Âe 109 tavv. raffiguranti stemmi araldici. Di queste 18 risultano interamenteÂdisegnate a manoÂmentre le restanti 91 sono tratte da dal Tettoni - Saladini , Teatro araldico 1841 - 50, incisioni all'acquaforte con pesante miniatura. Splendido il decoro floreale del frontespizio e del seguente elenco dei primogeniti della famiglia dal 1458 al 1852, a firma Heinemann J. Veline di protezione adÂogni tavola.ÂBella legatura coevaÂdi gusto rinascimentale con fr. a secco ai p. e dentelle dorata allintrno dei p. Sguardie in raso rosso. Raccolta delle insegne araldiche di tutte le famiglie che ebbero rapporti parentali conÂla Âimportante famiglia piemonteseÂVerasis, famiglia che in seguito all'estinzione degli Asinari e grazie al matrimonio nel 1572 del Conte Alessandro Verasis con Lucrezia Asinari divenne Verasis Asinari. Tra gli stemmi possiamo citare quelli dlle famiglie Deafflitta di Napoli, Villa di Villastellone, Oldoini della Spezia, Ballegno, Cittadella di Padova, Bombaci di Bologna, S. Martino della Motta, Borgaro di Torino, Trotti di Alessandria ecc. La presenza della firma al f. indica in Joseph Heineman l'autore delle parti inteamente dipinte. Fu pittore di storia, nato a Hufingen. ITA

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        Souvenirs de madame de Caylus

      J. Techener 1860 - - J. Techener, Paris 1860, 12x20cm, relié. - Nouvelle édition imprimée sur vergé et enrichie d'une introduction et de notes par Charles Asselineau. Reliure en plein maroquin bleu nuit, dos à cinq nerfs sertis de pointillés dorés orné de doubles caissons richement décorés de motifs typographiques en angles et d'une fleur de lys dorée en leurs centres, frises dorées en tête et en queue, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, encadrements de triples filets dorés sur les plats ornementés en écoinçons de fleurs de lys dorées, roulettes dorées sur les contreplats, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, doubles filets dorés sur les coupes, couvertures conservées, toutes tranches dorées, magnifique reliure anglaise signée de Hardy. Ouvrage illustré d'un portrait de madame de Caylus en frontispice ainsi que de 4 figures gravées sur acier par Leman. Notre exemplaire est bien complet du second état des 5 illustrations. Provenance : de la bibliothèque du comte de Cromer avec son bel ex-libris nobiliaire gravé par J.F. Badeley et encollé sur un contreplat. Bel exemplaire superbement établi dans une reliure anglaise en plein maroquin. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition printed on rod and enriched with an introduction and notes by Charles Asselineau. Binding in full blue morocco night, back with five nerves set with ornate golden dotted double richly decorated coffered typographical motifs and angles of a golden lily in their centers, golden friezes head and tail, on golden wheels caps, gilded frames triple nets on the boards ornamented spandrels of golden lilies, golden wheels on contreplats, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, double gilt fillets on the cuts, preserved covers, all edges gilt, magnificent binding English signed by Hardy. Book illustrated a portrait of Madame de Caylus frontispiece and 4 figures engraved on steel by Leman. Our copy is complete the second state of the 5 illustrations. Provenance: the Earl of Cromer library with its beautiful aristocratic bookplate engraved by JF Badeley and pasted on a contreplat. Beautiful copy superbly set in an English bound in full morocco. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Carte autographe signée

      - ENSOR James (1860-1949), peintre belge. C.A.S. Ostende, juillet 1897. 1 p. in-12, verso non illustré avec timbre imprimé. Convocation à l'Assemblée générale du Cercle des Beaux-Arts d¿Ostende, cosignée par deux autres membres de l'association, dont Félix BUELENS. La date exacte a été laissée en blanc.

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        The Cornhill Magazine, 17 vols.--Vol. I (January to June, 1860) through Vol. XVII (January to June, 1868); Run of the first 102 numbers of the magzine, complete

      London: Smith, Elder and Co.. 1860-8. Hardcover. Very Good. Seventeen volumes (each housing 6 issues). Incomplete, but a long run of 102 issues from the inception of the magainze. Published from 1860 and 1868. Bound in contemporary half green calf, raised bands, red leather spine labels, illustrated with 216 steel- or wood-engraved plates (including some fold-outs), clean unmarked text, all vols. generally Very Good, age-toning or light foxing to some of the pages, minor discoloration to the covers of some vols., covers of the books with some rubbing and wear including minor splittling or loss to the edges here and there. Bindings tight. Impressive run of the greatest Victorian literary periodicals, covering its most important years and the magazine's first and overwhelming flush of success. Thackeray was its first editor, and though he resigned the editorship in April 1862, he continued to write for the 'Cornhill' until he died. Naturally, there are a few Thackeray 'firsts' here: the first appearance of 'Lovel the Widower', 'The Adventures of Philip' (with illustrations by the author and by Frederick Walker, which were not reprinted when the work appeared in book form), 'The Four Georges', 'The Roundabout Papers', and three numbers (all published) of 'Denis Duval.' It also includes the first appearances of four Trollopes--'Framley Parsonnage', which ran from January 1860 to April 1861, 'The Small House at Allington' in the issues for September 1862 to April 1864 (the first edition in book form appeared in March 1864 without the charming drawing by Millais, which appeared in the April 'Cornhill'), 'The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson', and 'The Claverings' (February 1866 to May 1867; the re-set book edition published April 20, 1867). Also included are George Eliot's 'Romola' (with illustrations not included in the subsequent book issue), Elizabeth Gaskell's 'Wives and Daughters' (not quite completed at the time of her death in November 1865), 'Armadale' by Wilkie Collins, Dickie Doyle's 'Bird's Eye View of Society' (with its splendid series of sixteen folding caricatures), C.J. Lever's 'The Bramleighs of Biship's Folly', and several other novels. All this together with a gread deal of other material including contributions by Arnold, Tennyson, George MacDonald, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, two previously unpublished poems by Charlotte Bronte, memorials of Thackeray by Trollope and by Dickens.

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        Storia dell'Inquisizione in Italia corredata di opportuni e rari documenti.

      Firenze, A Spese degli Editori, 1860-1862.. Seconda Edizione. Two (2) volumes in 1 (complete) 8°. 462, 543 pp. Original, decorative half leather. Some foxing throughout. Very Rare !. On Becattini see DBI - Vol. VII - where this Edition is not known.

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        Schloß Oefte über die Ruhr gesehen; links der Kattenturm; im Hintergrund links Heidhausen ('Haus Oefte.').

      - Farblithographie b. W. Loeillot in Berlin, 1860, 31,5 x 41 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Hohendorf. - Schloss.

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Öl auf Leinen, um 1860. 17,1 x 25,9 cm (Darstellung / Einfassungslinie) / 30,3 x 41,1 cm (Trägerkarton). Rechts unterhalb der Darstellung in Bleistift "Hohendorf v. Klot-Trautvetter". - Das Ölbild zeigt Schloss Hohendorf. Das klassizistische Herrenhaus liegt 15 km von Stralsund entfernt und wurde von Karl Friedrich Schinkel für Ernst Malte Freiherr von Klot-Trautvetter entworfen. - Die Arbeit ist die Vorlage für das Aquarell von Fechner, welche für das bei Alexander Duncker in Berlin erschienene Werk "Die ländlichen Wohnsitze, Schlösser und Residenzen der ritterschaftlichen Grundbesitzer in der preussischen Monarchie ." benutzt wurde. - Ölbild auf Trägerkarton aufgezogen. Trägerkarton gebräunt und in den Randbereichen knickspurig und mit Randläsuren. Insgesamt gut erhaltene Arbeit. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        4Page Autographed Letter Signed by a Soldier in the 3rd U.S. Cavalry from Fort Wingate, New Mexico Territory, on Orders to go to Fort Whipple, Arizona Territory. March 26, 1870

      4TLS. A fascinating letter from a soldier who complains that mail takes a month to get from Springfield, Ohio to this "God forsaken country". In just six months he was stationed at Fort Leavenworth, Fort Wallace (Colorado), Fort Union (New Mexico Territory), Maxwell's ranch, and finally was being sent to Fort Whipple (Arizona Territory). From jointing the army in Cincinnati he moved from Forts in more civilized areas to those which were part of what was known as the "hostile Indian frontier" During the 1860's, the U.S. Army in New Mexico announced a war of extermination against the Apaches and Navahos. ;He writes specifically about his time in Fort Wingate where every night both the Utes and Apaches give out terrible yells while the soldiers all sleep on their carbines, revolvers, sabres and fully clothed ready to mount their horses in a moment's notice. He address his friend Moses signs only with his initials G.W.L.

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        Recent Practice in the Locomotive Engine

      Glasgow.: Blackie and Son.. First Edition.. 1860.. A publication issued in ten parts; original paper wrappers 15 x 11 inches, each part with two folding plates 15 x 20.5 inches save No. 10 which has a third plate, 15 x 10.5 inches; total 21 plates. Eighty-four pages of text, including a section "Descriptions of Large Engravings." The string binding of No. 10 perished; in addition to the last 12 pages of text this number contains the Title Page, Preface, Table of Contents, List of Plates, List of Wood Engravings, Index, and Instructions to the Binder. Light foxing to plates; text generally clean with light toning. The text on the paper wraps reads: "Recent Practice in the Locomotive Engine: (Being a Supplement to 'Railway Machinery,' Comprising the Latest English Improvements, and a Treatise on the Locomotive Engines of the United States. Illustrated by a Series of Plates and Numerous Engravings on Wood." The 20 folding plates depict locomotives belonging to railroads in England, Scotland, Egypt and the United States. The titles for the US equipment are: "Wood-Burning Passenger Locomotive by Wm. Mason & Co. Taunton, Mass. U.S."; "Passenger Locomotive by Danforth, Cook & Co., Paterson, New Jersey, for the Delaware, Lackawanna, & Western Railroad, U.S."; "American Locomotives--Cross Sections. Baltimore & Ohio Railway"; "Freight Engine, by M. W. Baldwin & Co. Philadelphia, U.S." A single page plate titled "Illustrations of American Locomotives as Carriages" depicts, through profiles rendered in outline, 36 American locomotives with the object of creating an historical overview that begins with a locomotive from 1837. A note in the final volume advises: "The plates are numbered in continuation of the Series in the Author's work on Railway Machinery," which explains numeration from 31 through 50 for the twenty folding plates. A scarce first edition, in paper wraps as issued; overall good clean condition with faults noted. .

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        Le 101e régiment EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: A. Bourdilliat & Cie, 1860. Fine. A. Bourdilliat & Cie, Paris 1860, 20,5x23,5cm, relié. - Edition, one of the 13 copies on laid nupérotés, papers in large print the smallest with 13 tinted paper. Binding half black morocco with corners, back with five nerves decorated with gilded florets fragile joint, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, gilded head on witnesses. autograph dedication of the author autograph signed by Jules Noriac, under the justification of the draw, Edouard Delessert. Book decorated with illustrations of Armand Dumarescq, Janet G., Pelcoq, Morin and Deuxétoiles - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 13 exemplaires nupérotés sur vergé, tirage en grands papiers le plus restreint avec 13 papier teinté. Reliure en demi maroquin noir à coins, dos à cinq nerfs ornés de fleurons dorés, un mors fragile, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tête dorée sur témoins. Envoi autographe signé de Jules Noriac, en dessous de la justification du tirage, à Edouard Delessert. Ouvrage orné de 70 illustrations in et hors-texte de Armand-Dumarescq, G. Janet, Pelcoq, Morin et Deuxétoiles. Notre exemplaire est exceptionnellement enrichi de tous les fumés des illustrations tirés sur papier de Chine. Rares rousseurs et taches marginales en pieds des certains feuillets. Unique exemplaire.

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        Gaston EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Hachette & Cie, 1860. Fine. Hachette & Cie, Paris 1860, 11x17,5cm, relié. - First edition, one of the few copies on China which it is no mention. Binding in full tan shagreen, back with five nerves set with black fillets decorated with double black boxes, on castors golden headdresses, framing of double black nets on the boards, nets gilded on the cuts, framing a golden lace on contreplats , guards and contreplats of handmade paper, gilt edges, elegant contemporary binding signed Simier. Touching autograph dated and signed Leon Laurent-Pichat: "To my sister Rosine Beaujean ..." Rare and very nice copy perfectly established in a full contemporary binding signed Simier. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des rares exemplaires sur Chine dont il n'est fait nulle mention. Reliure en plein chagrin havane, dos à cinq nerfs sertis de filets noirs orné de doubles caissons noirs, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, encadrement de doubles filets noirs sur les plats, filets dorés sur les coupes, encadrement d'une dentelle dorée sur les contreplats, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tranches dorées, élégante reliure de l'époque signée de Simier. Touchant envoi autographe daté et signé de Léon Laurent-Pichat : "A ma soeur Rosine Beaujean..." Rare et très bel exemplaire parfaitement établi dans une pleine reliure de l'époque signée de Simier.

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        Poésie Odes et Ballades Les orientales Les Chants du crépuscule Les voi

      Paris: Alexandre Houssiaux, 1860. Fine. Alexandre Houssiaux, Paris 1860, 6 tomes en 6 Vol. in 8 (14x22,5cm), reliés. - Reprint of the edition of the complete poems of Victor Hugo in Houssiaux the most recent was that of 1857 when the introduction of the Contemplations in the corpus. These editions were sold in separate titles, they were met here and formed the head of collection of the works of Victor Hugo under the false title Poems, whose publication spanned over 10 years, as all collective editions Hugo earlier in Furne or Renduel. Volume 1 and 2: 3 and 3 steel engravings on wood. Frontispiece portrait of Hugo. Tomes 3: 2 steel engravings, 3 wood Volume 4: 4 steel engravings, 2 wood Volumes 5 and 6: 7 woodcuts. The woodcuts are Beaucé engraved by Pisan. The steel engravings are reprints of those published in previous collective editions, including that of 1857 which contenanit number of new engravings. All engravings on strong paper. Binding half grief red glossy food grains. Back with nerves decorated with nets, rollers. few scattered spots on a good white paper. Nice copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Réimpression de l'édition des poésies complètes de Victor Hugo chez Houssiaux dont la plus récente était celle de 1857 lors de l'introduction des Contemplations dans le corpus. Ces éditions étaient vendues en titres séparés, elles ont été réunies ici et constituaient la tête de collection des oeuvres de Victor Hugo sous le faux-titre Poésies, dont la publication s'est échelonnée sur plus de 10 ans, comme pour toutes les éditions collectives antérieures de Hugo chez Furne ou Renduel. Tome 1 et 2 : 3 gravures sur acier et 3 sur bois. Portrait au frontispice de Hugo. Tomes 3 : 2 gravures sur acier, 3 sur bois  Tome 4 : 4 gravures sur acier, 2 sur bois  Tomes 5 et 6 : 7 gravures sur bois. Les gravures sur bois sont de Beaucé gravées par Pisan. Les gravures sur acier sont des réimpressions de celles parues dans les éditions collectives antérieures, notamment celle de 1857 qui contenanit nombre de gravures nouvelles. Toutes les gravures sur papier fort. Reliure en demi chagrin à grains plats glacé rouge. Dos à faux nerfs orné de filets, roulettes, fer au chardon et lauriers. Tranches dorées. Date en queue. Exemplaire particulièrement frais au papier bien blanc, exempt de rousseurs. Quelques frottements sur les nerfs. Bel exemplaire dans une bonne reliure.

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        Oeuvres EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Hachette & Cie, 1860. Fine. Hachette & Cie, Paris 1860, 8,5x15,5cm, relié. - First edition of the French translation by Jules Janin, one of the few copies on Holland paper which he is no mention, deluxe edition. Bound in full morocco anthracite, back with five nerves decorated with gilded and crowned figure Hervey Saint Denis repeated five times, gilded wheels on the caps, plates decorated spandrels of gold and crowned monogram Hervey Saint Denis, framing a gold lace on contreplats, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, gilded and marbled, double nets gilded on the cuts, superb bound in full morocco signed Trautz-Bauzonnet Signed autograph of Jules Janin in Hervey Saint Denis sosu verse form: "... Friend Horace, accept my hand / French under his coat, the Roman poet." Illustrated book of a photographic portrait of Jules Janin frontispiece. Very nice copy perfectly established by Trautz-Bauzonnet. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de la traduction française établie par Jules Janin, un des rares exemplaires sur Hollande dont il n'est fait nulle mention, tirage de tête. Reliure en plein maroquin anthracite, dos à cinq nerfs orné du chiffre doré et couronné d'Hervey Saint Denis repété cinq fois, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, plats décorés en écoinçons du monogramme doré et couronné d'Hervey Saint Denis, encadrement d'une dentelle dorée sur les contreplats, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tranches dorées et marbrées, doubles filets dorés sur les coupes, superbe reliure en plein maroquin signée de Trautz-Bauzonnet Envoi autographe signé de Jules Janin à Hervey de Saint Denis sosu forme de vers : "... Ami d'Horace, acceptez de ma main / sous son habit français, le poëte romain." Ouvrage illustré d'un portrait photographique de Jules Janin en frontispice. Très bel exemplaire parfaitement établi par Trautz-Bauzonnet.

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        Thüringen. - Städterose. - "Rose von Thüringen No. I".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Stahlstich, um 1860. 23,0 x 23,0 cm (Blatt) / 8,0 x 14,2 cm (Umschlag). Auf dem Umschlag betitelt. Unterhalb der Abbildungen der Dichter jeweils mit Namen beschriftet. Auf der Vorder- sowie Rückseite mit der Angabe "C. Adler / Fabrik u. Verlag von Druckarbeiten / Hamburg" versehen. Einzelne Darstellungen jeweils unterhalb betitelt. - Auf dem Umschlag ist mittig das Goethe-Schiller-Denkmal in Weimar nachgebildet. Dieses ist hier von einer reichen Blumenornamentik und zwei Reliefportrait im Profil von Wieland (links) und Herder (rechts) umgeben. Die Städterose selber ist mit einer Farblithographie zweier Rosen, die auf das Blatt kaschiert wurde, verziert. Auf der Vorderseite sind zu sehen - von unten links nach rechts unten und von der oberen Reihe zur unteren: Weimar, Erfurt, Die drei Gleichen Gotha, Waltershausen, Reinhardsbrunn. Die Weimarer Fürstengruft, die Weimarer Häuser von Schiller, Goethe, Herder und Wieland und Schnepfenthal. Auf der Rückseite sind zu sehen - im Uhrzeigersinn und oben nach unten: Eisenach, Inselsberg, Bad Liebenstein, Schloss Altenstein, Ruhla, Wilhelmstal und zwei Gesamtansichten der Wartburg. Annatal bei Eisenach, Thorstein, Ruine Liebenstein, das Chinesische Haus bei Altenstein, die Liebensteiner Höhle, Teufelsbrücke, der Hof und das Lutherzimmer auf der Wartburg. - Mit den üblichen Falzungen und minimalen Alterungsspuren. Insgesamt im gutem Erhaltungszustand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BIEDENKOPF. Panorama Ansicht über die Lahn, im Hintergrund das Schloß.

      - Lithographie mit Tonplatte nach A. Greiner bei Armann & Pillmeier, Kassel, um 1860, 34,5 x 48,5 cm. Ungewöhnlich detailreiche Darstellung sämtlicher Gebäude der Stadt. Sehr selten.

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        A day before his last Fourth of July as a U.S. Citizen, Jefferson Davis signs his autograph as Your fellow Citizen Jeffer Davis

      n.p., July 3, 1860. 4" x 2". "Autograph Note Signed ""Jeffer Davis,"" 1p, 4"" x 2"", affixed to an 8.5"" x 4.25"" light brown sheet of paper, beneath a 4.25"" x 6"" printed Mathew Brady image of Davis. Light stain at upper left. Horizontal folds not on autograph sheet.In full, ""July 3. 1860 / I am Sir very respectfully / your fellow Citizen / Jeffer Davis."" Ostensibly in response to an autograph request.At the Democratic National Convention held in Charleston, South Carolina, April 23-28, 30 and May 1-3, 1860, Mississippi Senator Jefferson Davis received 1.5 votes on the first ballot. By the 57th ballot, his total was down to 1. With no nominee, the Democrats moved their convention to Baltimore, June 18-23, 1860, and Stephen A. Douglas was nominated on the 2nd ballot; Davis had no votes.Eight days after the 1860 Democratic National Convention adjourned, Jefferson Davis wrote the note here offered. Davis campaigned for the Southern Democratic Party presidential nominee, Buchanan's Vice President, Kentuckian John C. Breckinridge who finished second to Lincoln, winning the electoral votes of nine future Confederate states and slave states Delaware and Maryland.By the Fourth of July, 1861, Jefferson Davis considered himself a citizen of the Confederate States of America. He began his February 18, 1861, Inaugural Address as President of the Confederacy, ""Gentlemen of the Congress of the Confederate States of America, Friends and Fellow-Citizens."" 117 years later, Jefferson Davis was posthumously restored to the full rights of U.S. citizenship, effective December 25, 1868, pursuant to a Joint Resolution of Congress (Public Law 95-466), approved October 17, 1978."

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        Lui EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Lib. Nouvelle & A. Bourdilliat & Cie, 1860. Fine. Lib. Nouvelle & A. Bourdilliat & Cie, Paris 1860, 12x18,5cm, relié. - First Edition. Bound in black half morocco with corners, back with five nerves set with double nets cold date tail, flat marbled, endpapers and contreplats paper bowl, cover mounted on conserved tab (small small angular gaps filled) elegant binding signed P. Goy. Rare autograph dedication of the author an inquiry to the Marquise de Boissy. Our copy is enriched with an autograph letter of 3 pages in which the author laments the fact that '[d] failed' its correspondent during his visit to Paris, and maintains his travel to Italy where Besides, they could finally meet. Some small foxing, a very pale marginal wetting affecting last layers. Rare together. Copy clearly established. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en demi maroquin noir à coins, dos à cinq nerfs sertis de doubles filets à froid, date en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couverture montée sur onglet conservée (petits petits manques angulaires comblés), élégante reliure signée de P. Goy. Rare envoi de Louise Colet à la marquise de Boissy. Notre exemplaire est enrichi d'une lettre autographe de 3 pages dans laquelle l'auteur déplore le fait qu'elle '[ait] raté' sa correspondante lors de son passage à Paris, et l'entretient de ses projets de voyage en Italie où, d'ailleurs, elles pourraient enfin se rencontrer. Quelques petites rousseurs, une très pâle mouillure marginale affectant les derniers feuillets. Rare ensemble. Exemplaire parfaitement établi.

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        Manuscript Herbarium, with Specimens

      West Virginia, 1860. Hardcover. Fine. Half gilt-ruled morocco and marbled paper over boards; 200 x 260 mm; approx. pp. 200, handwritten throughout in black ink in tidy script, plus 87 flower specimens (and one page with 9 leaves) mounted direct to the recto. Boards scuffed; spine tips and corners chipped. Internally very pretty, and specimens are in excellent condition. The work of Fanny Evelyn Chilton, with her signature and "Gilboa, Aug. 17th --60" on the FFEP. Two more hands contribute a history of this volume, on the verso of the FFEP, which reads, in part: "It came into possession of her niece Eliza Quarrier Chilton, and in the year 1921 of her grand neice Lettie Fisher Lynn of [illegible], in the state of Washington." In another hand, "I, Lettie F. Lynn pass it on to Anne Brainerd Lynn, great great great niece of Fannie Evelyn Chilton... February 1937." With the exception of these historical notes, the entire volume is in Fanny's careful hand -- the first ten pages contain a short introduction, "botanical explanations," classes and orders, orders of plants, and poisonous plants -- then the specimens follow. Specimens are labelled with the Latin and common name, the class and order, plus notes about the specimen (sometimes something about its origin, its medicinal uses, flowering habit, or connected myths) -- and Fanny has scattered quotes and poems throughout, the majority in English, with just a few in French. Includes fuschia, salvia, helianthus, oak of Jerusalem, chrysanthemum, petunia, hawthorne, primrose, and many more.

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        Manly (View to the Heads)

      Sydney: circa, 1860. Pencil & wash, 250 x 350 mm.; on verso in pencil 'Manly by Clara Allport about 1860', few foxing spots otherwise good condition. Fine and most attractive working study for a fuller watercolour held at the Allport Library Hobart. Clara Allport (1843-1907) was the daughter of watercolourist Henry Curzon Allport. Henry was elder brother of Joseph Allport who had settled earlier in Van Diemens' Land. Several of Clara's works are held in Australian institutions, this working study (larger than the finished watercolour) shows great delicacy and an eye for detail.

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        Daedalus, or, the Causes and Principles of the Excellence of Greek Sculpture

      London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green. Fine in Poor dust jacket. 1860. First Edition. Cloth. A Fine, beautiful binding in publisher's decorated cloth. Cameo inserts in brilliant condition with fragments of "sealed wrapping" jacket which was opened and is now in pieces with most of the spine perished .

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        Le berger fidelle

      Bilingual edition with the French text next, and illustrated with a frontispiece and 5 Webber signed Dutch Bloote figures (particularly thin and beautiful).Binding in full black morocco circa 1860. Back to nerves Jansenist cold framing nets. Triple cold framing net on the boards. Rich inner frieze. Gilt edges. Very nice copy, perfectly established in an unsigned master binding. Chez Pierre du Marteau ACologne 1671 In-12 (7,5x13,2cm) (24) 573pp. relié

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        HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

      - EARLY AMERICAN. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. NY: McLoughlin Bros. (24 Beekman), no date, circa 1860. 12mo, (4.5 x 5.75"), pictorial wraps, near fine. A title in Uncle Franks' Series, illustrated with color cover plus 8 nice half-page hand-colored illustrations to accompany the classic nursery rhyme. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Schwerin. - Gesamtansicht. - "Schwerin".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Lithografie, getönt, um 1860., nach Carl Frühsorge. 30 x 57 cm (Darstellung) / 46 x 67,3 cm (Blatt). Links unterhalb der Darstellung "N. d. Nat. gez. v. C. Frühsorge", mittig "Druck d. Lith. Kunst-Inst. v. W. Horn & Co. in Berlin", rechts "Lith. v. F. Frank". Darunter mittig betitelt. - Die Lithografie zeit die Stadt Schwerin von Südwesten mit Blick über den Burgsee. Am rechten Bildrand ist das Schweriner Schloss zu erkennen. Weiterhin sind das 1836 feierlich eröffnete Staatstheater von Hofbaumeister Georg Adolf Demmler (1882 abgebrannt), das nach Plänen von Carl Heinrich Wünsch 1825-34 entstandene Kollegiengebäude und der Schweriner Dom St. Marien und St. Johannis zu sehen. - Linke Blattseite mit blassem Wasserfleck, der 11 cm in die Darstellung reicht. In der rechten oberen Ecke ebenfalls Wasserfleck. Am linken und rechten Blattrand jeweils zwei restaurierte Einrisse. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Carl Frühsorge Deutscher Zeichner und Lithograph aus Dessau.

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        BRAUNSCHWEIG. "Braunschweig mit Umgebungen". Gesamtansicht von der Süd-West Seite (20,5 x 29,5 cm) umgeben von 20 Teilansichten aus der Stadt.

      - Lithographie von Gustav Frank bei Oehme & Müller, um 1860, 32,5 x 46,5 cm. Der Landschaftsmaler, Zeichner und Lithograph Gustav Frank (1819 Stralsund - 1886 Dessau) wurde berühmt durch seine über 90 großformatigen, lithographierten Ansichten deutscher Städte, die heute sehr selten und gesucht sind. Souvenirblätter wie das vorliegende sind von seiner Hand nur wenige bekannt. Die Hauptansicht mit zwei Reitern staffagiert. Die feinen Randansichten zeigen alle wichtigen Sehenswürdigkeiten der Stadt. - Linke unter Ecke am Rand ergänzt, sauber und tadellos erhalten. In aufwendige Echtsilberleiste gerahmt.

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        BRAUNSCHWEIG. Gesamtansicht von Süden.

      - Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Gustav Frank bei Arnold, Leipzig, um 1860, 34 x 60 cm. Spies 365. - Der Landschaftsmaler, Zeichner und Lithograph Gustav Frank (1819 Stralsund - 1886 Dessau) wurde berühmt durch seine über 90 großformatigen, lithographierten Ansichten deutscher Städte, die heute sehr selten und gesucht sind. Prächtige, sehr detaillierte Ansicht. - Gleichmäßig gering gebräunt.

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        Mémoires de Jacques Casanova de Seingalt écrits par lui-même EDITION ORIGINALE

      Bruxelles: J. Rorez, 1860. Fine. J. Rorez, Bruxelles 1860, 11,5x18,5cm, 6 volumes reliés. - first edition and only complete. Binders half caramel shagreen, back with four nerves set with ornate golden dotted double blind fillets, flat marbled boards guards and contreplats of handmade paper, binders of the time. Lovely group virtually free of freckles and set in a charming uniform contemporary binding. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale et la seule complète.  Reliures en demi chagrin caramel, dos à quatre nerfs sertis de pointillés dorés ornés de doubles filets à froid, plats de plats marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, reliures de l'époque. Agréable ensemble quasi exempt de rousseur et établi dans une charmante reliure uniforme de l'époque.

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        Palaeontology: Or A Systematic Summary Of Extinct Animals And Their Geological Relations [FIRST EDITION DATED 1860]

      Adam And Charles Black, Edinburgh, 1860. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Book - in Good brown boards with gilt lettering - some bumping and slight wearing to the extreme corners and extreme ends of the spine. Contents, previous owner's book plate of John Symons M.R.C.S. Penzance & previous owner's initials, some newspaper cuttings have been left in between pages 34/35, 98/99, 226/227, 262/263 which have browned the pages & there is a small newspaper article that has been stuck in between page 264/267 which has browned those pages too, some marking to the top of pages 202/203, some browning to the edges of pages 222/223 and some browning and slight spotting to the paste downs, end papers, half title page, last couple of index pages & occasional page otherwise they are clean and tightly bound. Size: 9 inches tall by 5.75 inches. xv, 420 pages which includes an index. With a fold out illustration and a further 141 illustrations in the text. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Archaeology; Geology; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8818..

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        Mount Tabor, Little Herman

      - Signed Lower Left: Saml Colman Medium: Watercolor on paper Dimensions: Paper size: 3 3/4" x 6 1/4"; Frame: 9 1/8" x 11 3/4" This deeply atmospheric watercolor beautifully captures a pioneer wagon train as it makes its way across the plains below Mount Tabor, Oregon. The settlers seem to have made camp surrounded by the spectacular landscape of the expansive West. The silence of the prairie, with only the whisper of windblown grasses, is spectacularly conveyed as is the majestic splendor of the infinite sky. Like so many artists that became inspired by the landscape of the West, Samuel Colman came from the east. Born in Portland, Maine, he grew up in New York City, where his father's publishing house on Broadway was a center of activity for artists and writers. His own interest in are was fostered by this early exposure to the New York art world, and after studying for a brief time under Asher B. Durand, Colman painted throughout the 1850s and 1860s in the manner of the Hudson River School. At the very young age of twenty-two, he was named an associate of the National Academy of Design, signaling the acclaim he had already achieved. In 1860, Colman departed for Europe to broaden his artistic repertoire, but it was when he first traveled to the American West, in 1866, that he found one of his greatest sources of inspiration. Spurred by the sights and expanses of the West, in the mid 1880s Colman began a series of trips out west in search of landscape subjects such as this one, done in 1888. The quiet but monumental beauty that he witnessed, and captured on paper, represents a quintessential vision of the American spirit as embodied by the country's vast landscape.

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        SONDERSHAUSEN. Gesamtansicht über Felder und einen Weg hinweg, im Hintergrund Hügelkette.

      - Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Gustav Frank bei Arnold, Leipzig, um 1860, 34,5 x 58,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XII, S. 345. - Der Landschaftsmaler, Zeichner und Lithograph Gustav Frank (1819 Stralsund - 1886 Dessau) wurde berühmt durch seine über 90 großformatigen, lithographierten Ansichten deutscher Städte, die heute sehr selten und gesucht sind. - Prächtige Ansicht in einem breitrandigen, tadellos erhaltenen Exemplar!

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        HEIDELBERG. "Heidelberg". Gesamtansicht mit weitem Blick den Neckar hinauf, links das Schloss, im Vordergrund ein Weg mit zwei Spaziergängern.

      - Stahlstich von H. Winkles nach F. Eisenlohr, bei Meder, Heidelberg, um 1860, 37 x 48,5 cm. Vgl. Schefold 25087. - Schöner kräftiger Druck mit breitem Rand. - Prächtige Stahlstichansicht!

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        IMMENSTADT. Gesamtansicht mit Blick gegen Grünten und Daumen.

      - Kol. Lithographie auf China von Eberhard Emminger bei Tob. Dannheimer, um 1860, 18,5 x 28,5 cm. Schefold 44786. - Fein kolorierte, sehr seltene Ansicht.

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        STUTTGART. "Königsbau". Hübsch staffagierte Ansicht.

      - Altkol. Lithographie von Eberhard Emminger bei Autenrieth, um 1860, 13,5 x 20,5 cm. Schefold 8485a. - Aus dem "Album von Stuttgart". - In diesem feinen Altkolorit selten.

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        MÜNCHEN. "München". Hübsche Gesamtansicht von Osten mit Blick über die Isar, links Maximilianeum und Haidhauser Kirche.

      - Lithographie mit Tonplatte nach Eberhard Emminger, um 1860, 13 x 20,5 cm. Nicht bei Lentner und Slg. Probst. - Sauber und frisch.

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        BAYREUTH. "Eremitage und Fantaisie bei Bayreuth. Album in 9 Lithographien nach der Natur u. auf Stein gezeichnet".

      - 9 Lithographien mit Tonplatte von G. Könitzer, verlegt bei Th. Graefe in Hof, um 1860, je ca. 17 x 23 cm Bildformat. Nicht bei Pfeiffer. - Die schöne und seltene Mappe enthält (wie die erste Ausgabe) folgende, mit Biedermeierfiguren hübsch staffagierte Ansichten: "Schloss Fantaisie", "Gesellschaftsplatz der Eremitage", "Sonnentempel der Eremitage", " Klause und Theater der Eremitage", "Grotte der Eremitage", "Aussicht von der Capelle der Fantaisie" und "Parthie beim Badehaus der Fantaisie". Gegenüber der ersten Ausgabe bei Giessel in Bayreuth vermehrt um ein Titelblatt (mit einer Ansicht von Bayreuth aus der Ferne) und der Tafel "Untere Grotte der Eremitage". - Breitrandig und sauber erhalten. Der Original-Umschlag wegen kleinerer Einrisse hinterlegt. Einige Ansichten verso mit altem Sammlerstempel. Rares Sammlerstück in sehr guter Erhaltung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoire sur la fermentation alcoolique.

      Victor Masson, Paris 1860 - First edition, unopened in original printed wrappers, of Pasteur’s definitive proof that alcoholic fermentation is due to the action of a living organism (yeast), and is not a purely chemical process as most chemists since Lavoisier had believed. "What did this memoir add to the first deductions Pasteur had drawn from lactic fermentation? He now asserted that he was dealing with a living microorganism. This was his most original contribution. Having been unable to create life or to change it by means of molecular asymmetry, he had set out to study its reproduction. In doing so he had come to a revolutionary definition: Fermentation is the act of reproduction of the living germs that constitute yeast" (Debré, Louis Pasteur (1994), p. 105)."In December 1857 Pasteur published the first in a series of abstracts, notes, and letters on alcoholic fermentation that culminated in a long and classic memoir of 1860 [the offered work]. Divided into two major sections, dealing respectively with the fate of sugar and of yeast in alcoholic fermentation, it inflicted on the chemical theory what Duclaux called "a series of blows straight from the shoulder, delivered with agility and assurance." Pasteur established that alcoholic fermentation invariably produces not only carbonic acid and ethyl alcohol–as was well known–but also appreciable quantities of glycerin and succine acid as well as trace amounts of cellulose, "fatty matters," and "indeterminate products." On the basis of these results, Pasteur emphasized the complexity of alcoholic fermentation and attacked the tendency of chemists since Lavoisier to depict it as the simple conversion of sugar into carbonic acid and alcohol. If the alleged simplicity of the process had formerly been seen as evidence of its chemical nature, he argued, then its actual complexity ought now to be seen as evidence of its dependence on the activity of a living organism. In truth, the complexity of alcoholic fermentation was such as to prevent the writing of a complete equation for it, a fact which was only to be expected, since chemistry was "too little advanced to hope to put into a rigorous equation a chemical act correlative with a vital phenomenon." "However impressive this line of attack against the chemical theory, an even more decisive mode of argument derived from Pasteur’s ability to produce yeast and alcoholic fermentation in a medium free of organic nitrogen. To a pure solution of cane sugar he added only an ammonium salt and the minerals obtained by incineration of yeast, then sprinkled in a trace of pure brewer’s yeast. Although the experiment was difficult and not always successful, this method could produce an alcoholic fermentation accompanied by growth and reproduction in the yeast and the evolution of all the usual products. If any one constituent of this medium were eliminated, no alcoholic fermentation took place. Obviously, argued Pasteur, the yeast must grow and develop in this mineral medium by assimilating its nitrogen from the ammonium salt, its mineral constituents from the yeast ash, and its carbon from the sugar. In fact, it is precisely the capacity of yeast to assimilate combined carbon from sugar that explains why it can decompose sugar into carbonic acid and alcohol" (DSB). Pp. 323-426 in Annales de chimie et de physique, Troisième Série, Tome LVIII, 1860. 8vo (226 x 142 mm), pp. 512. Original printed wrappers, uncut and unopened. Light crease and two small holes to front wrapper, else very fine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gesamtansicht über die Warthe gesehen ('Gniezno. - Gnesen.').

      - getönte Lithographie v. L. Blau & Co. in Leipzig n. C. Scheitz, um 1860, 28 x 43 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Alphabet Lottery Cards

      Mexico: n.p., n.d. (1860's). Very good. Set of 24 lottery alphabet cards about 1½ by 3 inches, lithographed in black on white stock and mounted on stiff card. The 24 cards cover the entire Spanish alphabet, except for Rr, but are complete as issued. Each card shows a lithographed scene, sometimes attributed to Yriarte, beneath which is the letter of the alphabet, followed by a word beginning with that letter, then a humorous verse, sometimes with a play on words. The lotería is well known in Mexico, a game a bit like our Bingo but which uses cards with pictures and sayings instead of numbered balls. The players each have a card with some of the card images on them--the tabla--and they mark the drawn cards on the tabla with beans, coins or other markers. In the 1880's Don Clemente Gallo issued lottery cards in what have become more or less standard images. Earlier cards are unbelievably scarce. This set of 24 cards is complete. Even the last card shows a vendor of the uncut sheets bearing the 24 images with the caption: 'x et z estivale la geta segun dicen, lector, los colegiales Acabó el alfabeto, mas tus reales Espero sepultar en mi gareta' 'The alphabet is finished now, but your gold I hope to bury in my attic.' Lottery cards prior to the 1880s are scarce, and variants such as this alphabet set are downright rare. We have been able to find only one other set, in the Southwest Special Collections of the University of New Mexico, but no copies of the tabla with which they are associated. The possible Yriarte connection derives from the description in the University archive. Captioned in archaic Spanish.

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        A History of British Birds

      London: Paternoster Row: Groombridge and Sons, 1860 VG, 2nd eds, 358 coloured plates, 6 vols, 1860-64. In green embossed cloth, corners and edges bumped and worn, gilt image to upper covers. Spines, decorative gilt tooling, gilt titles, edges lightly bumped. Internally, decorative endpapers with adverts, book plate to verso frontis (B Losh Thorpe). Vol 1, 1860, frontis, [3], (iv) only. [1], 2-364 pp, 60 pls (coloured), marks to upper cover, small bookseller label to fpd. Vol 2, 1863, frontis, [3], (iv) only, [1], 2-360 pp, 60 pls (col). Vol 3, frontis, 1864, [3], (iv) only, [1], 2-391 pp, 59 pls (col). Vol 4, 1862, frontis, [3], (iv) only, [1], 2-330 pp, 62 pls (coloured), some pages unopened. Vol 5, 1863, frontis, [3], (iv) only, [1], 2-315 pp, 57 pls. Vol 6, 1864, frontis, [3], (iv), [1], 2-290 pp, 60 pls (coloured). All printed by R Fawcett, East Lodge, Driffield, faint offsetting, minimal spotting, bookseller label to feps verso along with pencil name. The 1st ed was published in 1851 in 3 volumes. Morris, Church of England clergyman and naturalist, whose collaboration with the Driffield woodblock colour printer Benjamin Fawcett in the production of Bible Natural History (1849–50) was followed by the successful six-volume History of British Birds, initially issued in monthly parts over seven and a half years, beginning in June 1850. See ODNB

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        [A Nestorian Hymn Book Used in Our Congregation in Oroomiah Persia]

      n.p., n.d.. Hardcover. Good. 317p. Old, well-rubbed black leather. 17cm. Moderate general wear. Chaldean(?) text. Our title is taken from an undated 19th century note written on the endpaper by Anna J. Beach who was presenting this book to someone in Pittsfield, New Hampshire. Volume 56 (at page 91) of The Missionary Herald lists Anna J. Beach of Madison, N.Y as having sailed from Boston in February 1860 aboard the bark Smyrniote on her way with Harriet Newell Crawford to the Nestorian mission field to fill vacancies created by sickness and death. We suspect that this item dates around this time or perhaps a bit later.

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        Gesamtansicht vom Meer aus gesehen; im Vgr. zahlreiche Segelschiffe ('Malaga. Vue prise de l'entrée du port. - Malaga. Vista tomada de la entrada del puerto.').

      - getönte Lithographie v. F. Gourtin n. Chaman & Poyatos b. L. Turgis in Paris & New York, um 1860, 39 x 47,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Les alphabets amusants. - No. 8: La Fantasmagorie.

      Paris, Journal Amusant & Plon., o. J. (ev. um 1860-1870).. 24 farbig lithographierte Tafeln in Leporelloformat. Kl. 8° (Format ca. 16x11,5 cm, Orig.-Pappband mit farbig lithographiertem Einbandbild.. Bei Zisska wurde 2006 ein Exemplar aus der Reihe mit der No. 2 angeboten ("Alphabet du petit marquis et la petite marquise"). Wahrscheinlich nicht bei Gumuchian und Le Men. Verso mit einem grünen Stempel: Seine - Colportage. - Sicher nicht für Kinder gedachtes ABC-Büchlein mit den kongenialen Karikaturen von Paul Hadol (1835 - 1875), der u.a. für das Satireblatt Journal Amusant zeichnete und um 1870 die nach dem Debakel des Deutsch-Französischen Krieges in Ungnade gefallene Napoleon-Familie bitterböse karikierte (La Menagerie imperiale). Von A wie Apoticaire bis Z wie Zouave. Wir können leider nicht nachweisen wieviele Bücher es in dieser Reihe gab, wir haben eines auf einer Auktion 2006 bei Zisska, in München finden können, jenes aber mit wohl eher biederen Zeichnungen und mit unserem kaum vergleichbar. - Mit Gebrauchsspuren: Der Hinterdeckel fehlt, insg. beschabt und gebräunt, leichtere Randläsuren, die letzte Tafel mit Eckabschnitt, dadurch leichter Abbildungsverlust, insg. aber zusammenhängend und komplett. Sehr selten!

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        The Lake Regions Of Central Africa A Picture Of Exploration

      London: Longman, Green, Longman, And Roberts, 1860., 1860. 2 Volumes. 8vo. pp. xvi, [1 leaf], 412; vi, [1 leaf], 468 +24(ads). with half-titles. folding partly coloured map, 12 chromoxylographed plates (incl. 2 frontis.) & 22 wood engravings in the text. original orange-red cloth (bit soiled, library markings neatly removed from titles & lower spines, otherwise very good). First Edition, Second Issue. An account of Burton?'s 1856-59 expedition in company with John Hanning Speke to central east Africa in search of the the source of the Nile. Setting out from Zanzibar, the expedition endured incredible difficulties and hardships due in part to the untrustworthiness of their followers as to opposion from native tribes before arriving at Lake Tanganyika, the largest of the Central African lakes on February 14, 1858 almost eight months later. Following three months spent exploring the shores of the lake, the return journey was commenced and Speke was detached to verify reports of another lake to the northward, which he only sighted from a distance, and surmised to be the true source of the white Nile. This lake, the Victoria Nyanza, was later proven by Speke to be the source on a subsequent expedition in company with James Augustus Grant, but his surmise led to a bitter and celebrated feud with Burton. In the preface Burton dismisses Speke as being no more than a subordinate on the expedition, never having held the position of surveyor as he claimed upon his return to England. Penzer pp. 65-66. Hosken p. 34.. 1st Edition. Hardcover.

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        The birds of North America; the descriptions of species based chiefly on the collections in the museum of the Smithsonian Institution

      New York: D. Appleton & Co.. 1860. "First edition, 2 volumes, large 4to; 100 hand colored lithographs of ""birds not given in Audubon,"" in atlas volume; original plum cloth (very minor soiling), gilt-lettered spines (slightly faded), brown-glazed endpapers in atlas volume; extremities a bit bumped and worn, spine ends slightly chipped; text volume preliminaries dampstained along edges, early 20th century ownership rubber stamps to first few leaves, else a very good set. Includes both portions of the work, ""Birds of the United States and Mexican Boundary"" and ""Birds Collected in an Exploring Expedition from the Missouri to Utah lake"" first issued the previous year in the Report of the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey, Volume II, part 2. Sabin 2809; Sitwell, Fine Bird Books, p. 75."

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        Plain Directions for Obtaining Photographic Pictures by the Calotype and Energiatype; Also, Upon Albumenized Paper and Glass The Daguerreotypist and Photographer's Companion, Practical Series

      Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird, 1860. First edition. Very good; wear to the corners, light chipping to the spine at headband, light foxing, but sound and sturdy. An entry in the Practical Series, and one of the less common examples. Well illustrated with a large number of engravings. An important, early title in the literature of American photography. Although not marked as such, from the estate of Alfred Cheney Johnston.

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        Poésies inédites EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Genève: Imp. de Jules Fick, 1860. Fine. Imp. de Jules Fick, Genève 1860, 15x23cm, reliure de l'éditeur. - First Edition published by Gustave Revilliod. Publisher's binding in full blue cardboard back slightly darker adorned with two golden typographical reasons, small traces of friction on the caps, coaching and typographical reasons Cold boards, lightly bumped corners. Autograph signed G. Revilliod. Small scattered spots. Rare example presented in its original carton romantic. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale publiée par Gustave Revilliod. Reliure de l'éditeur en plein cartonnage bleu, dos légèrement plus foncé orné de deux motifs typographiques dorés, petites traces de frottements sur les coiffes, encadrement et motifs typographiques à froid sur les plats, coins légèrement émoussés. Envoi autographe signé de G. Revilliod. Petites rousseurs éparses. Rare exemplaire présenté dans son cartonnage romantique d'origine.

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        Autograph Letter Signed, to J. Hogarth

      [England Frame: 37.5 x 39.6 cm; letter: 17.5 x 12.5 cm.. ca. 1860?] Manuscript letter from the critic and artist to publisher and art dealer Joseph Hogarth, starting out, "I have brought you back your Lewis's, with thanks for loan of them," and continuing with a discussion of the Ruskin etchings Hogarth "may have — any of them — whenever you like" although Ruskin will "neither raise nor lower" the prices. (The list of etchings described as being enclosed has not been preserved here, but => the letter makes it clear that Ruskin would really prefer to keep them if he can't "exchange [them] for Durers.") The presentation offers the letter framed and matted alongside the envelope portion reading "Mr. J. Hogarth [/] Haymarket [/] J. Ruskin" and a portrait of Ruskin taken from a D. Appleton & Company publication. Three items as described above, in 20th-century black wooden frame, frame lightly scuffed with mat clean and well cut; Ruskin items age-toned but otherwise unblemished.

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