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      [Springfield? Chicago?: 1860 - Uncut and untrimmed folio leaf, folded to 16pp. Light wear and dust, printer's flaw affecting a few letters, else Very Good. This Illinois campaign document is one of three variant printings, each with similar material, but with some differences. Each attacks Douglas for hypocrisy on the question of Congressional power to control slavery in the Territories. Each paints him as an extreme Southern Rights partisan, supporting the Dred Scott Decision and scuttling the Missouri Compromise. This "revised and enlarged" printing contains several additional short sections, with captions, not found in the first edition. Some of these include: "He Distinctly Asserts the Right of Congress to Govern the Territories;" "He Says the People of the Northwest were Conscientiously Opposed to Slavery;" "He Believes in the Higher Law;" "Popular Sovereignty in the Nebraska Bill;" "He Resolves Never to Make Another Speech on the Slavery Question;" "He Urges that Slavery Should Last Forever;" "He says the Almighty has Required the Existence of Slavery." In his early public career, Douglas had extolled the immutable nature of the 1820 Missouri Compromise, and insisted that Congress had full power over the Territories. But in 1854, leading the Kansas-Nebraska Act forces and advocating Popular Sovereignty, he changed horses: only a Territory's inhabitants could decide whether to bar slavery within its borders. His attempt to reconcile the Dred Scott Decision with Popular Sovereignty, and his unconcern with slavery as a social and moral question, are mocked and scorned. LCP 8794. Sabin 20696n. Not in Eberstadt, Decker, Miles, Ante- Fire Imprints. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: David M. Lesser, ABAA]
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        Bouvier's Christlicher Krankenfreund Erster Teil: Briefe eines Kranken an einen Kranken, Zweiter Teil: Bibelabschnitte und Gebete

      Felix Schneider, [München] 1860 - 3 122 + 114 + 21 Seiten Anhang Seiten gelesene Ausgabe in gutem, sauberen Zustand, gebundene Ausgabe,Pappe,Halbleder,goldgeprägt,

      [Bookseller: evis-buecher , Evelin Rehahn, Einzelunte]
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        The Miscellaneous Writings of Lord Macaulay. In two volumes

      London - Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition and smartly bound set of Lord Macaulay's works. First Edition. Volume I features an engraved portrait frontispiece. Complete in two volumes. Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay PC (25 October 1800 28 December 1859) was a British poet, historian and Whig politician. He wrote extensively as an essayist and reviewer, and on British history. He also held political office as Secretary at War between 1839 and 1841 and Paymaster-General between 1846 and 1848. Condition: In full tree calf bindings. Externally, very smart with some shelfwear only. Three joints cracked but holding firm. Front board of Volume I held by the cords only. Internally, firmly bound. Foxed to the endpapers but otherwise bright and clean. Ink inscription to first blank of Volume I, dated 1865. Overall: GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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      Pélagaud 1860 - Livre d'occasion 10 forts vol. grand in-8, demi-chagrin noir, dos à nerfs, caissons richement ornementés, titre et tomaison dorés, papier granité sur les plats, reliure de l'époque, 15000g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.]
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        Some of my bush friends in Tasmania. Native flowers, berries and insects drawn from life, illustrated in verse and briefly described.

      London, Hay & Son, 1860. Folio. pp. 6, (2), ii, 103, with 12 chromolithographed plates. Publisher's gilt pictorial cloth. Nissen BBI, 1339. Some slight foxing.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        Elements of Conchology; an Introduction to the Natural History of Shells and the Animals which form them

      London: Published by the Author [Lovell Reeve], 1860 A very good copy of this scarce work in 2 volumes with 62 hand coloured plates by G B Sowerby and Miller. Lovell Reeve was a noted conchologist and publisher.The bindings have been rebacked, adding a new plain spine with gilt titles to the original brown cloth boards with a gilt decoration and the gilt initials ASC (presumably from the original owner) to the front board. The endpapers are new. Vol I: half title; title page 1860; preliminaries i-viii; text 260pp; plates A-H (living animals); plates 1-21 (shells). Plate 9 is a little loose at the bottom gather. Vol II: half title; title page 1860; contents; text pp 1-203 including index; plates I-Q (living animals); plates 22 - 46 (shells - numbering varies from latin to arabic numerals). Bindings in very good condition; contents very clean and bright - occasional spots in Vol I; Vol II with more spotting - mainly to tissue guards, also bottom gutter of Plate XXXIV and slightly on Plate XXXV.

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        Manuscript map of Roxbury Vermont

      [ Roxbury, Vermont ], 1860. First Edition. Good. First Edition. An inked manuscript map of Roxbury Vermont on a thick blotter like paper. 17 x 14 1/2 inches edge to edge. There are four large edge chips ans some water damage, affecting the content. It includes 176 identifiable names laid out in a mostly square grid pattern. There are another 30 or so names that are partially missing or have water staining making clear reading difficult if not impossible. There are, in addition to inked names, penciled numbers in some grids - the purpose is unknown. Roxbury VT was founded in August 1781. We were able to determine this manuscript map was the town of Roxbury VT by comparing the names on the map to references online and in "The History of the Towns of Plainfield, Roxbury, and Fayston [Vermont], Montpelier, VT, 1882 (a few copied pages provided with matches highlighted). The rear of the map notes "Elijah Winch Plann of Roxbury". Those same references helped us find Elijah, who was a Town Selectmen in 1851, 58, and 1860. And a constable and collector of taxes in 1843. And a "Lister" in 1845, '57, '62, and 1863. He was also a Justice of the Peace in 1850, 51, 52, 53, 57, 58, 62, and 44. Finally he was a town representative in 1854. As a Lister (definition from Colonial Occupation webpage) he would have been responsible for tracking property and related taxes. How closely this document relates to an actual layout of the town would be a fascinating research project, if comparables could even be found. A useful tool for reviewing early town layouts, genealogical records, and related scholarship.

      [Bookseller: Kuenzig Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World, with Physical Geography, and with Descriptions Geographical, Statistical, and Historical.

      Johnson and Browning, New York 1860 - Johnson's 1860 world atlas. Worn copy with most maps very good, with map 20 - Canada West, absent. Green cloth, about 18.5" x 14.5". Externally worn with detached covers, spine covering absent. Southern New England map detached with chipped margins, light foxing to Europe and England, top margin of Roman Empire soiled, Ireland & Scotland bound in upside down, maps otherwise very good, with typical age-toning at the far outer edges, title page and contents page detached. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC]
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        De Typographia Natalibus in Dania, Schedula Historica

      ONT>8.5 by 5.5, 1860 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A manuscript copy of this scarce work from 1707. Bound in quarterleather and clothwith gilt lettering and decoration. Names associated with this work areLaurentius Terpager and Joannes Frisius. With a hand-drawnarmorial frontispiece tipped-in. With the bookplate for Mark Watson to the front pastedown. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is only slight wear to the extremities, with just slight rubbing and discoloured marks. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright, with foxing prominent to the first and last few pages. Overall the condition is near fine..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Eigenh. Brief m. Unterschrift.

      Heidelberg u. Breslau, 14. X. 1860.. 3 S., 8°.. [An den österr. Chemiker u. Mineralogen Anton Schrötter von Kristelli (1802-1875)]. - "[...] In Betreff des Spectralapparats war ich mit Kirchhoff vor zwei Monaten in München, um mit [Carl August von] Steinheil über die beste Einrichtung zu conferiren, und einen Apparat für mich zu bestellen, dessen Preis er zu 150 Gulden Rheinisch veranschlagt hat. Er wird uns den Apparat noch ehe er ganz fertig ist hierher senden, damit wir erst die nöthigen Prüfungen und Abänderungen mit demselben [?] vornehmen können. Ich möchte Ihnen doch rathen, es abzuwarten, bis der Apparat seine vollendetste Form erhalten hat und erst dann [?] bei Steinheil zu bestellen. Der Apparat wird so eingerichtet, daß man die Flamme [...]" [folgen weitere Erklärungen]. - Bedeutender Brief Bunsens über die Verbesserung und Produktion des nach ihm benannten "Bunsenbrenners". - "[...] Nach sieben Jahren brach Bunsen 1859 die Zusammenarbeit mit Roscoe ab und arbeitete zusammen mit Kirchhoff an der Spektralanalyse chemischer Elemente. Mit Hilfe der Spektroskopie konnten bei der Erhitzung chemischer Substanzen in Flammen die charakteristischen Spektrallinien untersucht werden. Zu diesem Zweck perfektionierte Bunsen einen besonderen Gasbrenner, der zuvor durch Michael Faraday erfunden worden war und später den Namen Bunsens erhalten sollte [...]" (Wikipedia). --- Der in Olmütz geborene Anton Schrötter, Sohn eines Apothekers, studierte ab 1822 zunächst auf Wunsch seines Vaters in Wien Medizin, wechselte dann aber unter dem Einfluss von Friedrich Mohs zu den naturwissenschaftlichen Fächern, speziell der Mineralogie. 1827 erhielt er eine Assistentenstelle für Physik und Mathematik an der Universität Wien. 1830 wurde er Professor für Physik und Chemie am Technischen Institut Joanneum in Graz. Während eines halbjährigen Urlaubs im Jahre 1838 besuchte er chemische Institute in Göttingen, Heidelberg, Frankfurt und Paris. In Gießen machte er sich bei Justus von Liebig mit der organischen Elementaranalyse vertraut. Ab 1843 arbeitete er als Professor für technische Chemie am Polytechnischen Institut der Universität Wien und übernahm dort 1845 die Professur für allgemeine Chemie. Schrötter war neben Baumgartner, Ettingshausen und Haidinger einer der Begründer der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien und wurde 1850 ihr Generalsekretär. Die Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina wählte Schrötter 1856 zu ihrem Mitglied. Ab 1868 leitete er das österreichische Hauptmünzamt und wurde gleichzeitig zum Ministerialrat ernannt. Er wurde 1874 in den Ruhestand versetzt und eröffnete in seiner Wohnung ein Privatlaboratorium, in dem er Studien über Edelmetalle betrieb. 1875 starb er in Wien. Schrötter hat in seinem Leben ca. 60 wissenschaftliche Publikationen verfasst. Ab 1845 beschäftigte Schrötter sich intensiv mit Phosphor. 1848 gelang ihm der Nachweis der schon von Berzelius geäußerten Vermutung, dass roter Phosphor eine allotrope Modifikation des weißen Phosphors, nicht aber eine Phosphorverbindung ist. Schrötter wandelte weißen Phosphor durch Erhitzen in roten um, den man zeitweise Schrötterschen Phosphor nannte. Sein Verfahren zur Darstellung desselben revolutionierte die Streichholzindustrie, wo roter Phosphor schon bald als Bestandteil der Reibflächen genutzt wurde. Er war ein Organisator in Industrie und Wissenschaft sowie Berater bei den Vorbereitungen zur Novara-Expedition und zur Österreich-Ungarischen Nordpolexpedition. -

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      Winchester: J. Wells. Bound in publisher's original gilt-decorated pebbled green cloth. ND (c. 1860). 1st edition. hb. 4to, pp. 317. Bds. bumped, with light wear to edges & sl. soiling. Binding a bit sprung; front hinge weakening; else a tight, clean, vg copy. . Chapters on the City and Borough of Winchester; the Cathedral and its Precincts; the Churches and Chapels in Winchester; the College of St. Mary, and the Schools, Libraries, and Museum of Winchester; the Trade and Manufactures of Winchester; etc. etc. All of the seventeen full-page steel engravings are present, and protected by tissue guard. Recently re-published in facsimile. This, the original edition, is now very scarce. .

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        Leaves of Grass

      Thayer and Eldridge 1860 - Thayer and Eldridge, Boston:, 1860. Third edition. The scarce first issue of the third edition of Leaves of Grass, with the tinted frontispiece portrait of Whitman (an engraving by Stephen Alonzo Schoff from an oil painting portrait by Charles Hine), and the printer's name on the verso of the title page ("Electrotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry. Printed by George C. Rand & Avery"). Third edition, expanded, first state of the frontispiece. Only 1000 copies printed. This third edition, preceded by Whitman's self- published editions of 1855 and 1856, was enlarged to 456 pages, adding 122 new poems, including "Starting from Paumanok" and "Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking," and two new sections, "Calamus" and "Children of Adam." Rebound in handsome ornately decorated leather. Rear hinge professionally repaired. The poems are arranged in 7 "clusters": 'Chants Democratic and Native American', with an introductory poem 'Apostroph'; 'Leaves of Grass'; 'Enfans d'Adam'; 'Calamus'; 'Messenger Leaves'; 'Thoughts'; 'Says'; 'Debris'; and 26 individual poems including 'Walt Whitman', 'A Word Out of the Sea' (later titled 'Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking'). The volume commences with 'Proto-Leaf', which was later called 'Starting from Paumanok'. According to the Walt Whitman archive, "The significance of the 1860 edition of Leaves of Grass tends to be paradoxical. Although the poems often express grief over romantic and professional failures, the book's new sense of structure, the sizable increase in poems, its wider readership and critical praise made it one of Whitman's most successful books. Although the poems seem more intimate and personal than previous Whitman poems, the third edition is also a deliberate intervention into public life, an attempt to realize American democratic ideals and save the Union." 8vo, iv, 456pp. $950. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Collection of 400 Photographs from a Camden, New Jersey Family

      Camden, New Jersey. 1860-1960s. A collection of more than 400 photos from a Camden, New Jersey family including 40 Civil War-era tintypes, 30 cabinet cards, and the rest various different format photographs taken between 1900 and the early 1960s, various sizes and with a few back marks from Virginia, but most from the Philadelphia, Camden, and Trenton areas. The photos are generally very good or better with some photos clipped at the corners from mounting, wear to some of the edges, and a few of the tintypes darkening or with their finish peeling. The photos feature matron Mary A. Fleming and the extended families of her daughters Elizabeth Nardin, Bessie W. Steelman, and Emma Gordon, including their husbands, children, and relations in various formal and candid shots: posing with pets, laughing with friends, kids playing, a flood, a house being built (likely due to the flood), and others. Of note are about a dozen military-related photographs featuring: six Civil War soldiers each posing in uniform; four of World War I soldiers in formation and training; a group shot of World War II sailors posing on the deck of a ship; and four of USO entertainers performing at an army hospital. The photos are accompanied by a few handwritten notes referencing various family members, as well as what was once a red velvet photo album, now only a tattered remnant of its former self, with a handful of additional scattered photos still intact. A nice collection of photos documenting 100 years of a New Jersey family's history. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Elements of Conchology; an Introduction to the Natural History of Shells and the Animals which form them

      London: Published by the Author [Lovell Reeve], 1860 A good copy of this scarce work in 2 volumes with 62 hand coloured plates by G B Sowerby and Miller. Lovell Reeve was a noted conchologist and publisher. Probably rebound in half leather for Reginald Coddington - whose bookplates are on the feps, with a dedication to his wife - Grace Coddington on the front pastedowns dated 1906. The bindings have some light marking to the cloth but the leather is in very good condition - with gilt lining and gilt decorative compartments and titles to spine. Endpapers marbled and with top page edges gilt. Vol I: half title; title page 1860; preliminaries i-viii; text 260pp; plates A-H (living animals); plates 1-21 (shells). Vol II: half title; title page 1860; contents; text pp 1-203 including index; plates I-Q (living animals); plates 22 - 46 (shells - numbering varies from latin to arabic numerals). Vol I with brown spotting to preliminaries, title pages and occasionally to text. Plates 1-5 with foxing. Plates do not have tissue guards. Vol II a little wear to the top of the spine at the join with the front board. Contents - spotting to preliminaries and title pages; text very clean; plates generally clean and bright but some browning/spotting to plates M, N, XXIV-XXVI, and XLIII-XLVI. Plates do not have tissue guards.

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        Zoologie Du Jeune Age, ou Histoire Naturelle Des Animaux

      Strasbourg: Derivaux, 1860. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Rebound in brown boards with gilt title to spine. Gilt surface of original upper board professionally applied to new binding. New endpapers. Text in French. Illustrated with 33 coloured plates of animals. Other sellers have identified these plates as hand-coloured, but after examining them with a magnifier I believe they were coloured with a block print or silkscreen process. They are truly beautiful prints, however they were done. Please see photos for best description. Scattered foxing, otherwise fine, in new binding.

      [Bookseller: Lexikon Books & Maps]
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        Political Debates between Hon. Abraham Lincoln and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas,

      Columbus: Follett, Foster and Company,, 1860. In the Celebrated Campaign of 1858, in Illinois; including the Preceding Speeches of Each, at Chicago, Springfield, etc.; also, the Two Great Speeches of Mr. Lincoln in Ohio, in 1859, as carefully prepared by the Reporters of Each Party, and Published at the Times of their Delivery. Octavo. Publisher's brown blind-stamped cloth,gilt lettered spine. Blue cloth chemise and slipcase. A few spots of foxing to title page. Copies in the original cloth are commonly found in shabby condition, this one is remarkably fresh and unsullied. A fine copy. First edition of the text of the debates that were Lincoln's springboard to fame. The Lincoln?-Douglas debates are unquestionably the most famous, and most important, of such confrontations to have been staged in the history of American politics. The candidates' sharp exchanges helped to polarise sectional attitudes towards slavery, and - although Lincoln lost the 1858 Illinois Senate race of which they were a part - the debates catapulted Lincoln towards the 1860 presidential nomination, and into the White House. The text of the Lincoln?-Douglas Debates was set from Lincoln's own scrapbook - now in the Library of Congress - of clippings of the candidates' remarks as reported by the Chicago Press & Tribune (for the Republican Lincoln), and by the Chicago Times (for the Democrat Douglas). When published as a presidential campaign tool in April 1860, the collected speeches became a best-seller, and by the time of Lincoln's official nomination, some 30,000 copies were in circulation. Our copy is inscribed discreetly in pencil on one of the blank leaves at the end: "George Wolford/ May - 1860"; this is almost certainly the New York Republican Assemblyman of the same name who stood in the 81st New York State Legislature in 1858, giving this copy a marvellous contemporary resonance. A stunning copy of one of the most celebrated publications in American political history.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        "Autrefois ( La Diligence ).

      . altkol Lithographie v. G. David b. Jordan & Barbot, um 1860, 45 x 68,5. Prachtvolle Darstellung einer Post- und Reisekutsche.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        The Lake Regions of Central Africa. A Picture of Exploration. Vol. I-II.

      London, Longman, Green... 1860. Stor 8vo. XVI + (2) + 412 + VI + (2) + 468 s. 12 litografierte plansjer. 22 tresnitt i teksten. Foldet kart. Pene nyere blå håndb. skinnbd. med 5 opphøyde bind. Røde tittelfelt. Ryggdekor i gull. Stempler på smusstbl. og tittelbl. Plansjene litt mørknet i margen. Foldet kart med lukket rift.. Recent blue half calf . Red labels. Spine gilt. 12 tinted plates. 22 wood-cut illustrations. Folding map. plates with mariginal soiling. Stamps on half-titles and titles

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        Poems by Thomas Hood - With Fore-Edge Paining of an Amputation by Martin Frost, foredge

      London: Edward Moxon & Co., 1860. 12th. Leather_bound. Very Good +. Hood, Thomas. Poems by Thomas Hood. London: Edward Moxon & Co., 1860, 12th edition. Textured burnt orange leather with slightly dulled gilt spine titles, all edges gilt, gilt turn-ins, 10.5 cm by 16.8 cm, x [1] 388 pp. Features a 2005 fore-edge painting by Martin Frost of an amputation, titled “Early Surgery” in the style of Thomas Rowlandson. Light wear at corners and hinges and one signature is minutely off-set (does not affect fore-edge painting). Remnants of an old bookseller label on front pastedown. Martin Frost was featured in the May/June 2008 issue of Fine Books & Collections, a copy of which will be included with the book, as is a note signed by Frost giving the painting’s title.

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        PARTIE DU PORT-LOUIS [manuscript title]

      [N.p., but almost certainly Port Louis. circa 1860.]. Manuscript map, 15 1/4 x 25 1/2 on drafting linen. Handcolored. Old folds. Minor wear and soiling. Browned. Near fine. Manuscript plan of Port Louis on the island of Mauritius. The legend contains sixteen lettered items, including the fortifications and government buildings, as well as several buildings which are denoted on the map with a dotted line, indicating future rather than current structures. Government buildings and fortifications are colored red. This would seem to be a later copy of an earlier map of the city, evidently showing the town and fortifications as they were in 1769, when the French East India Company had just taken over. The Dutch were the first Europeans to become interested in the island, taking possession in 1598. After exploiting the island's dense forests for a century and introducing the cultivation of sugar cane and cotton, in 1710 the Dutch abandoned the colony. The French soon claimed it as "Ile de France," and the island remained under the control of the French East India Company until 1767. During the long war between France and England at the beginning of the 19th century, Mauritius proved to be an important strategic naval base, and as a result the British took charge of the island in 1810, and the Treaty of Paris confirmed official British possession in 1814. It remained an important sugar producing colony, and in the 20th century agricultural production was expanded to include tea, rice, and other produce.

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        Life and Journals of Kah-Ke-Wa-Quo-Na-By (Rev. Peter Jones )

      Anson Green, Toronto 1860 - 424 pages, 4 3/4" x 7 3/4". Marbleed covers with leather trim and spine, marbled end papers. Frontispiece of Jones. xLibrary, "Tyngsborough-Dunstable Historical Society" Stamps on title page and front loose endpaper and joint starting. Wear and bumping to covers. Some very minor discoloration and sporadic foxing. Good condition in nice period half leather bindings. PETER JONES (1802-1856) was a mixed-blood Missisauga chief, missionary, author and an educator.Jones's father was a Welsh surveyor in northern Canada and his mother was the daughter of the chief of the Mississauga tribe of the Ojibways. He grew up primarily with his mother, as his father traveled much of the time for his work, and at the age of 21 he converted to Christianity, becoming a missionary to the Ojibways. These are the first journals kept by a Canadian native. He became the first native missionary to the Ojibwa, and, with his brother John, was the first translator of books of the Bible into Ojibwa and Chippewa. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London, England: William Mackenzie, 1860. contemporary half leather, marbled paper-covered boards, ornately gilt-stamped spine. 4to. contemporary half leather, marbled paper-covered boards, ornately gilt-stamped spine. 10, plates, 352; 353-836; 12, 592; 593-1186 pages. 4 Volumes. First edition (Cole 966). Preface by the author, index to the articles. Engraved portrait of author with facsimile signature in Vol. I. Engraved portraits of noteworthy chemists precede text in Vol. I. Engraved illustrations in text. Pockets in back only indication that this set might have come from a library . Covers rubbed and scuffed at edges. Paper covers on boards chipped at edges. Foxing and tanning. Two leaves in Vol. IV loose with chipped edges.

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        "Brown tries his new Hack, which is as quiet as a Lamb,-just about!"

      London, [c. 1860]. 6-3/4 x 9 in. Pencil and watercolor on paper, mounted in a larger sheet of paper. Matted and framed . Relates to Leech's series of riding cartoons in the magazine Punch. John Leech (1817-1864) was one of the most prolific and successful of the English artists and caricaturists of the mid 19th century. "His humour was like his talent, gentle, warm-hearted and positive, his world, the ups and downs of middle class life, the sports of the squirearchy, and the peccadilloes of army officers and undergraduates" (Houfe). The conventions of social humor he established with his first contributions to the newly founded Punch, in 1841, lasted into the 1920s, but his greatest fame came through his book illustrations, particularly those for Surtees's sporting novels. "Extravagantly praised by Ruskin, Leech's often careless but never crude drawings have survived in charm and humour to give us a refreshing glimpse of mid-Victorian society." (Houfe)

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        Autograph Quotation Signed by Schuyler Colfax from Lincoln's famous Cooper Institute speech

      Chautauqua, NY, August 13, [no year] "Autograph Quotation Signed ""Schuyler Colfax"", one page, 5.5"" x 3.75"", New York, August 13, no year. Colfax quotes from Lincoln's famous Cooper Institute speech of February 1, 1860: ""Let us have faith that Right makes Might; and in that Faith, let us, to the end, dare to do our duty."" Corners clipped, otherwise fine."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Der grosse Canal von Venedig. Kolor. Lithographie von C. Straub bei F. Hanfstaengel. Um 1860. 30 x 47,5 cm; Blattgr. 49,5 x 67 cm.,

      1860 - Untertitel: 'Original Gemalde (!) Höhe 5.1'' Breite 8.3'' von Antonio Canalel.'- Blick über den breiten Kanal mit diversen Booten, an den Ufern Häuser.- Etwas feuchtrandig in unterer rechter Ecke, 2 kleine Randeinrisse im breiten weißen Rand. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Castel Toblino - Castel Madruzzo.

      Bassadonna L., Milano. 1860 - I due noti castelli trentini, Castel Toblino e Castel Madruzzo, sono presentati in due vedute contenute in "Famiglie celebri italiane" di Pompeo Litta. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Trento illustrata: la città e il territorio in piante e vedute dal XVI al XX secolo", di Aldo Chemelli e Carlo e Marcus Perini, scheda n. 113. Formato: Litografia di dimensioni 41,8x27,5 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

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      London: Routledge Warne & Routledge, 1860.  First edition, 22 x 17.5cm (4to), in publisher's brown morocco-grain cloth w/multi-colour floral panels to covers & gilt decorations & title to covers & spine (all designed by Albert Warren, w/his gilt initials to covers), bevelled edges, a.e.g., pale yellow ep.s w/binder's ticket (Bone & Son, Ball 17C) to rear pastedown, [186] [viii] cardstock pp. w/prelim titlepage & 23 illus. engraved in colours by Edmund Evans after Miles Birket Foster.  Printed by Edmund Evans, London.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. bumped & rubbed); contents Good (titlepage leaf & 2 following leaves creased & worn at fore-edges, & frequent lt.-to-moderate foxing).  Ruari McLean "Vict. Publ. Book-Bindings" 1974 p.53 (repr. in colour--"perhaps the most sensational of all the cut-out paper and gold blocking bindings"), Ray 239 ("thanks to Evans's brilliant coloring, the detailed engravings of flowers in this book are among Foster's best illustrations. Further colored flower engravings serve as onlays for the book's striking binding, one of the most ornate even of the mid-Victorian period"), Ball p.164.

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        Notes on Nursing second edition

      Nightingale's book was prepared 1959 and published 1960. It has 79 pages and was intended for the untrained nurse. In that same year, 1960, Harrison published an edition designed for the medical profession. It was published at two shillings in the cheaper edition and at six shillings, the de luxe edition with St. Michael crosses on all four corners of the board. My copy is the de luxe; six shillings then had a purchasing power equal to twenty pounds today. That first (79-page) edition has been republished over and over again. The second edition  was issued in much smaller quantity (2,000 is the figure oft quoted) and is consequently much rarer today. I show as many scans as the site will accept and at the highest definition the site will accept. The brown fep has that old-fashioned "WARNING" label, with a BOOKSALE stamp on it. There is a library stamp on title page and on Preface page a stamp and a "stacks" manuscript inscription. The binding is heavil rubbed, the spine scraped, abd corners bumped. I show scans of front, back, sub-title page, damage at top of spine, and title page without the library mark

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Wien, 27. XI. 1860. - 2¾ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-4to. An einen Autor, dem er für eine Schrift "zu Gunsten der Farbenlehre" Goethes dankt: "Es wird Eurer Hochwohlgeboren unerklärlich gewesen seyn, daß Sie bis jetzt von mir noch kein Wort des Dankes für die freundliche Uebersendung der Schrift zu Gunsten der Farbenlehre des Großvaters erhalten haben. Erlauben Sie mir in diesen Zeilen mich mit der Angabe bei Ihnen zu entschuldigen, daß ich seit mehreren Monaten von Dresden abwesend bin und mich gegenwärtig im Urlaub hier aufhalte. So geschah es daß Ihr Werk mit anderen Gegenständen erst vor Kurzem mir hierher nachgeschickt wurde und erst jetzt in meine Hände kam. Seitdem hat mein Bruder Walter mir auch den Abdruck des an ihn gerichteten Schreibens zugehen lassen und bitte ich Sie, den so verspäteten Ausdruck meines herzlichen Dankes auch jetzt noch freundlich aufnehmen zu wollen. Zu den Wünschen deren Erfüllung dem Großvater am Meisten am Herzen lag, gehörte der, die Wahrheit seiner Lehre von den Farben anerkannt zu sehen. Es wurde ihm jedoch diese Anerkennung während seines Lebens nicht zu Theil [.]". - Bei dem Autor mag es sich um Friedrich Grävell handeln, dessen Werk "Die zu sühnende Schuld gegen Goethe" in eben dem Jahr erschienen war, aus dem der vorliegende Brief datiert. - Mit kleinen Randläsuren; Bl. 1 und 2 größtenteils im Mittelfalz durchtrennt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Memorias de D. Fernando IV de Castilla.

      Madrid, Imp. de José Rodriguez 1860 - TomoI: Contiene la crónica de dicho Rey copiada de un códice existente en la Biblioteca Nacional. Anotada y ampliamente ilustrada por Antonio Benavides. - Tomo II: Contiene la colección diplomática que comprueba la crónica / arreglada y anotada por Antonio Benavides. -- 2 vol en 4.º Mayor(28 cm), vol.I= 2h., CXVII, 669[4]p., 3 lám. litográficas pleg. de facsímils, vol.II= 2h., 912[1]p., texto a doble columna, 6 h. pleg, escudos xilográficos en portadas. Encuadernados en media piel, nervios título y adornos dorados en lomo. Golpe en una punta inferior. Limpios, completos y en buen estado (Palau: 27155) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Japanisches Stoffmusterbuch mit 98 gewebten Familienwappen der Kaiserlichen Angestellten, der Shoghun-Familien u.a.

      o. J. (wohl hergestellt zwischen 1860 und 1890).. 98 Original-Stoffmusterproben auf ca. 26 Seiten. 4° (Format ca. 31,8x21,6 cm), Blockbuchbindung der Zeit mit aufmontierten Stoffproben.. Das privat zusammengestellte japanische Stoffmusterbuch enthält 98 Proben, u.a. Familienwappen der Kaiserlichen Angestellten (Chrysanthemen-Illustrationen), Malven für die Tokugawa Shughun Familie und weitere für höher gestellte japanische Familien. Die Muster selber wurden wahrscheinlich in der späten Edo Ära (1860-70) hergestellt, das Buch selbst wohl erst in der Meiji Ära (um 1880-90). - Sample Book, containing 98 woven fabric swatches of family crest. Chrysanthemum which is the official crest for the Imperial Household, Hollyhock for the Tokugawa Shogun family, and Paulownia used by quite a number of Daimyo ( feudal rulers ) are included. Others are mostly from Samurai family.These family crest fabrics were made during late Edo Era ( 1860s ) while this sample book made during Meiji Era (1880s). - Unikat! - Der Einband berieben und gebräunt, die Ecken und am Rücken mit Knickspuren, leichtere Randläsuren. verso wasserrandig. Ein weiterer Wasserrand auf einem Teil der Seiten, innen gebräunt, Vorderdeckel und einige Seiten mit Wurmfraßspuren, die Stoffproben gut erhalten.

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        Stoffprobenbuch mit 47 Seidenproben.

      Kyoto, Shima Masuichi, o. J. (ca. 1860, Edo-Ära).. 47 Orig.-Stoffproben auf 6 Tafelblättern. Kl. 8° (Format ca. 14.5x20,3 cm), Orig.-Blockbuchbindung.. 47 gefärbte Seidenmusterproben, mit japanischsprachigen Farbbeschreibungen unter den jeweiligen Stoffmustern. - Japanese Sample Book of dyed silk fabric, containing 47 color swatches. Indicates color names and sequential serial number. Signed "Shima Masuichi in Kyoto". During late Edo Era (1860s). 14.5cm x 20.3 cm (5.6" x 8") Condition: wormholes. - Der Einband etwas fingerfleckig und berieben, am Rücken oben leichter eingerissen, innen am oberen Rand mit durchgehendem Wurmfraß mit wenigen Beeinträchtigungen der Stoffe. - Unkat!

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        Ansicht vom Gloriette in Schönbrunn.

      Wien, Paterno, um 1860.. Altkolorierte Lithografie von und nach F.X. Sandmann, Bildausschnitt 31,5 x 43 cm, Blattgr. 44 x 53 cm.. Nicht bei Nebehay-Wagner, nicht bei Paulusch, Ikonografie Österreichs; hübsche Sicht von der Gloriette auf den Garten und das Schloss Schönbrunn sowie auf die gesamte Stadt Wien; einige Beschabungen mit Bildverlust am unteren und rechten Bildrand leicht dilettantisch retuschiert, sonst von guter Erhaltung

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        Loved, and Lost! The True Story of a Short Life. Told in Gossip Verse, and Illustrated

      London: Day and Sons, circa, 1860. Octavo, 96 pp. (entirely lithographed, with full-page tinted lithographs in the text); very light spotting, but an excellent copy, recased in the original green cloth with new endpapers, all edges gilt. One of the earliest illustrated books written for children and published in Australia, this is a rare work - one of the rarest of all the prolific Meredith's publications in fact. Dedicated to her young son, Owen, and probably based on real events, it is a verse narrative of the short, incident-filled life of an Australian parakeet in the wild and in domestic captivity. The work is delightfully illustrated by the author, with each page offering delicate vignettes of bush and domestic life; in addition there are sixteen tinted lithographic plates recording the more significant episodes in the life of the parakeet hero.

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        Less than a year before the first shots of the Civil War were fired at Fort Sumter, eight slaves are offered for sale on a printed broadside

      "Broadside, 1 page, 7.5"" x 6"", May 7, 1860, being an administrator's notice concerning the ""Estate of William Brady, deceased,"" noting that his property, which included ""8 valuable negroes"" would be offered for public auction. Light scattered foxing, tack holes at corners, left margin slightly irregular, tears repaired with glassine on verso, else very good. The eight slaves mentioned in the broadside were to be sold at ""public vendue,"" together with four horses, blacksmithing tools as well as ""household and kitchen furniture."""

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Der grosse Canal von Venedig. Kolor. Lithographie von C. Straub bei F. Hanfstaengel. Um 1860. 30 x 47,5 cm; Blattgr. 49,5 x 67 cm.

      1860. . Untertitel: 'Original Gemalde (!) Höhe 5.1'' Breite 8.3'' von Antonio Canalel.'- Blick über den breiten Kanal mit diversen Booten, an den Ufern Häuser.- Etwas feuchtrandig in unterer rechter Ecke, 2 kleine Randeinrisse im breiten weißen Rand.

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        Rome Bailisque St. Pierre. - Roma Basilica de Sn. Pedro. - The church of St. Peter at Rome.

      Paris und New York Turgis 1860 - Altkolorierte Lithografie mit Tonplatten von und nach Deroy, Bildausschnitt 31 x 47,5 cm, Blattgr. 54 x 67 cm. Fantastische Ansicht des Petersplatzes mit dem Petersdom in Rom; breitrandig und gut erhalten.

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        Hönnetal mit Burg Klusenstein.

      . Farblithographie v. W. Korn n. Wilhelm Riefstahl aus Bilder aus Westphalen b. W. Joedicke in Dortmund, 1860, 19,5 x 31,5. (Westfalia Picta, Band II, WP 79/4/469) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Manuscript Letters - Nyasaland with David Livingstone

      England, 1860. Westminster, 1860-1862. Set of four ALS relating to Bishop Mackenzie and the Church of England, one of which mentions a farewell service preceding his departure to Nyasaland. Three manuscript signed letters written and signed by Charles Frederick Mackenzie, first bishop of Central Africa, together with one manuscript signed letter written and signed by his sister Anne, all addressed to the Dean of Canterbury, at the time being Henry Alford. 8vo. Three letters are complete on double-leafs; one is clipped and mounted to unrelated covers, some creasing, otherwise in very good condition, with fascinating content.Three letters are written and signed by Charles Frederick Mackenzie prior to his departure to Central Africa to lead a mission as the first Bishop of Nyasaland - this having been arranged at the behest of Dr. David Livingstone. They deal with various matters of church and missions, primarily his plans to raise funds for Saint Augustine's College, which was a missionary college of the Church of England from 1848-1947, at the time of this letter still fairly new. Letters were written at his home address 79 Pall Mall in Westminster, on blue letterhead of the Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin Mission to Central Africa, and dated 28 April, 11 September, and 15 September 1860, respectively. [Following Dr. David Livingstone's request to Cambridge, Bishop Mackenzie took on the position of being the first missionary bishop in Nyasaland (now Malawi). To this end, in October 1860 he was commissioned at Canterbury Cathedral as the first missionary of the Universities Mission to Central Africa (UMCA). Within 3 months, on 1 January 1861, in St George's Cathedral, Cape Town, he was consecrated "Bishop of the Mission to the Tribes Dwelling in the Neighbourhood of the Lake Nyasa and River Shire".] Especially interesting, is a letter by the bishop's sister Anne, describing in great detail a lithograph of explorer Dr. David Livingstone erecting a cross at bishop Mackenzie's gravesite in Nyasaland, Africa in 1862, with further mention of communication with explorer John Kirk who travelled with Livingstone and became British administrator in Zanzibar. Penned on mourning paper and dated December 28, presumably 1862, some eleven months after her brother's death. [Anne Mackenzie was a writer, and for thirty one years, editor of the missionary magazine 'The Net Cast in Many Waters: Sketches from the Life of Missionaries', published in London from 1866 to 1896. Unmarried, she spent some time teaching at mission schools in South Africa before joining the Zambesi Mission of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, which was led by her brother. She died in 1877.] The recipient of all described correpsondence is Henry Alford (1810-1871), English churchman, theologian, textual critic, scholar, poet, hymnodist, writer, and at the time Dean of Canterbury. In March 1857 Lord Palmerston had advanced him to the deanery of Canterbury, where, till his death, he lived the same energetic and diverse lifestyle as ever. Alford was friends with the most eminent of his contemporaries. Excerpts from the letters: Charles Frederick Mackenzie. 79 Pall Mall. 11 September 1860. "... to have a farewell service with Holy Communion in Canterbury Cathedral, on Oct. 2. I suppose too many take for granted that the collection made at the offer tray, will be directed to the funds of this mission. I have been anxious to give a helping hand at the same time to the local... viz the native wing for S. Augustine's Coll... I understand you are now on the Continent but you will get this on your return..." Charles Frederick Mackenzie. 79 Pall Mall. 15 September 1860. "...You will now have heard from the Warden that he declines my idea of having an offering made for St. Augustine's new wing. I dare say he is right.... The Bp of Chichester will probably be at Canterbury on the Monday night.." Anne Mackenzie. "93 Via del Corso [Rome?]. December 28, circa 1861. "Dear Mr. Dean, Your cathedral was the last church in England in which my brother worshipped, and your garden is so associated with him that I venture to send you a sketch of his grave at the Ruo River, with D. Livingstone putting up a rude cross on it as he promised he would do. The likeness are very good. D. Livingstone himself seems to be gazing at the remains of the Bishop whom he loved, with a true and sorrowing look. His brother is beside him. The other two figures are Sr Kirk... and Sr Mellor who sent me the original sketch, from which a friend made this lithograph. The clothed native is a Johanna man, one of Livingstone's crew... I saw Mr. Kirk in London... he had spent several days with them [Portuguese] at Chibisa?'s before he left the country..." [The University of Southern California holds a photograph of Mackenzie's gravesite in the jungle.] Born in Peebleshire, Scotland in 1825, Charles Frederick Frazier Mackenzie (1825-1862) was a Church of England bishop, the first Bishop of Central Africa. He is commemorated in some Anglican Church Calendars. Mackenzie was educated at St John?'s College and Caius College, Cambridge. He left England for Natal in 1855, to serve as archdeacon to Bishop John William Colenso, working among the English settlers there until 1859. Following Dr. David Livingstone's request to Cambridge, Bishop Mackenzie took on the position of being the first missionary bishop in Nyasaland (now Malawi). To this end, in October 1860 he was commissioned at Canterbury Cathedral as the first missionary of the Universities Mission to Central Africa (UMCA). Within 3 months, on 1 January 1861, in St George's Cathedral, Cape Town, he was consecrated "Bishop of the Mission to the Tribes Dwelling in the Neighbourhood of the Lake Nyasa and River Shire". Mackenzie led the Mission?'s first expedition up the Zambezi River into Nyasaland (now Malawi) and established a base near Lake Nyasa. The missionaries?' preaching of the Gospel and their efforts to secure the release of slaves (who formed the core of Bishop Mackenzie?'s mission community) led them into conflict with native leaders and Portuguese colonists and slave traders. The mission and the people among whom they lived and ministered, were under constant threat of drought, famine, and malaria. Eventually the mission?'s supply of quinine was exhausted, and in an outbreak of malaria that claimed the lives of three others in his missionary party and of many natives, Bishop Mackenzie died on 31 January 1862 only one year after his consecration.. Very Good.

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        Italian Peasant Woman in Scenic Landscape

      1860. Watercolour mounted on sheet of light gray paper. Very good condition apart from a 5/8" tear in the top margin and some light soiling and minor foxing in the margins. A charming image of an Italian peasant woman adorned in native dress. This stunning watercolour is a beautiful example of the peasant genre of painting that was popular during the mid-nineteenth-century and epitomized by the works of artists such as Jules Breton (1827-1906), William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905), and Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875). In this romanticized portrayal of rural life, a colourfully dressed peasant woman is pictured amidst a picturesque seaside landscape engaged in her daily chores. Works such as this not only exalted the dignified, pure life of the noble peasant, but also celebrated the beauty of the native countryside. They were most likely sold to tourists as souvenirs of their travels.

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      . in der K. Residenz zu München. (Title on frontboard). München: Piloty & Loehle c. 1860. 38 original albumenprinted photoes depicting female portraits after lithographs tipped on boards. Each photo ca. 9,5x5,5 cm. In contemporary full leather decorated on boards and all edges gilt. Binding a little marked of use. * No titlepage or text, photographs only..

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      Typis Joannis Matthaei Douladoure, Tolosae - Typis Gounouilhou, Burdigalae 1860 - RO40238586: Recueil d'env. 600 pages (plusieurs paginations). Papier muet encollé sur le dos, le consolidant. Etiquette de code sur le dos. Tampons de bibliothèque sur le 1er plat et en 1re page de titre. Couverture muette annotée au crayon. Concilium Prov. Tolosanae: Anno Domini MDCCCL. Pontificatus Pii Pape IX Quinto. A Sancta Sede Approbatum. Acta et Decreta Concilii Prov. Burdigalensis: Anno Domini MDCCCL, Pont. Pii Papae IX, Quinto. Decreta Concilii Prov. Burdigalensis: Anno Domini MDCCCLIII. Acta et Decreta Concilii Prov. Burdigalensis: Anno Domini MDCCCLVI. Acta et Decreta Concilii Prov. Burdigalensis: Anno Domini MDCCCLIX. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Tâchée. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Neuester Atlas der alten und neuen Geographie über alle Theile der Erde

      . zum Gebrauch für Schulen und zum Selbstunterricht. 6. verbesserte Auflage. Hamburg, Leipzig & New-York c. 1860. With 23 plates with various maps. Large 4to. Publisher's pictorial cloth. Weakly browning..

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        Watercolour on paper showing the castle Falkenstein near Frankfurt.

      . Ca. 1860. 30 x 24,5 cm. Gilt frame. * Anton Eduard Kieldrup was in born in Haderslev 1827 and died in Copenhagen 1869. He travelled intensely to Germany and studied the romantic tradition in landscape painting..

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        Gesamtansicht vom Meer aus, mit Segel- und Dampfschiffen.

      . Altkol. Lithographie, um 1860, 39,5 x 56 cm.. Auf festem Malkarton, im Rand schwarz kaschiert. Malerische Ansicht mit schönem Altkolorit!

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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