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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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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)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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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..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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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..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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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..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        LA VIE DE N.S. JESUS CHRIST. Écrite par les quatre Évangélistes. 1860 circa.

      Abel Pilon, Paris - "Coordonnée, expliquée et developpée par les Saints Pères, les Docteurs et les Orateurs le plus célèbres, et les hommes les plus éminents qui aient paru dans l'Église depuis les temps apostoliques jusqu'a nos jours". "Ouvrage approuvé par S.G.M. l'Archevêque de Paris - par S.E.M. le Cardinal Archevêque de Bordeaux, dédié a Nostre Saint Père le Pape et ilustré de 130 gravures sur acier tirées sur papier de Chine, provenant des dessins de la rare et précieuse collection du P.Jerome Natalis S.J., approuvée par une bulle spéciale du Souverain Pontife Clement VIII, exécutées par M.Rouargue". Opera completa in due volumi. Testo francese. Cm.47x30,5. Pg.XX, 160; 112. Con le 130 incisioni al tratto fuori testo, opera di valenti artisti del tempo, molto nitide e ad ampi margini. I volumi sono completamente sfascicolati e da rilegare, ma completi e con carta e tavole assai fresche. 6200 gr.

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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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        Arm for the Right; or, the Invalid's Last Appeal

      [Haverhill, Mass.?: no publisher. circa 1860-1870]. First. First edition. Broadside. Approximately 12" x 9". Modest but pervasive chipping and tears confined to the margins, good or better. 21 stanzas of verse and two paragraphs of explanation from a lady of Haverhill, Massachusetts, who here stands up in verse for her right to salubrious peace and quiet in the face of the repeated cacophonous depredations of the Haverhill Rifle Club---or as she has it in her note, "It is now nearly nine months since I have been obliged, let me be ever so sick and helpless, to leave my room or bed at a moment's warning, and flee before the Rifle Club, in order to save my life and reason. And this has been done repeatedly when I have not been able to sit up more than five or ten minutes during the day after leaving the carriage. I should have entered a complaint at the commencement, but the Police Judge, the protector of the public peace and the town representative of Justice, was at the head of this outrage, and could not sustain the cause of right and humanity without involving himself in the overthrow." That Smith's outrage should find vent in verse is of course curious but not perhaps atypical of her time---certainly the ringing sentiments suit themselves to lyric: "Beneath the dark banner Of vice they're arrayed, And on Guilt and Injustice Their footsteps are stayed. Shouting in triumph, As onward they go, To inflict on the helpless New suffering and woe." Smith appears to have published a similarly gloomy collection of verse, Haverhill in Eclipse (Newburyport, 1870) and another scarce broadside aimed against local corruption, A New Year's address to the true hearted citizens and voters of Haverhill. OCLC notes two locations for this rare appeal. .

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        Praktische Anleitung zur Laryngoscopie.

      - Wien, Wilhelm Braumüller, 1860, 8°, VI, 67 pp., 32 Holzschnitte, und einer gefalteten Steindrucktafel, Halbledereinband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - Wenn Ludwig Türck (1810-1888) "auch nicht die Erfindung des Kehlkopfspiegels zu danken ist, so doch jedenfalls die prakt. Verwendung desselben für diagnost. und operative Zwecke, so dass die Geschichte der Laryngoskopie für immer an seinen Namen anzuknüpfen hat" H.-H. - Garrison & Morton Nr. 3333 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1860. Document. Provenance: Rex Arrowsmith, renowned Santa Fe Native American art dealer. Original Warrant of The Treasurer of the State of Texas, signed by Governor Sam Houston and Comptroller George I. Durham. Frame includes a reproduction photo of Sam Houston's son, Temple Houston. Frame size: 12.5" x 15". .

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        Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane.

      . Paris: Furne, Jouvet et Cie ca. 1860. Med frontispice og 8 stalstik. XX + 641 s. Samt. hlvldr. med laerredssider, rigt dek. med guld pa ryggen. With frontispiece and 8 steelengravings. Nice contp. halfleather richly gilt on spine..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Anatomische Abbildungen

      Wurzburg, 1860. Feigel, Johann Theodor Anton (1804-48). Anatomische Abbildungen oder Erlauterungstafeln zu dem Handbuche der Anatomie. Atlas only; lacking accompanying text. Folio. Elaborate lithographed title, 55 full-page lithographed plates numbered I-LV, 9 folding or double-page plates numbered I-IX, after drawings by the author, many hand-colored. (64 plates in all). [Wurzburg: n.p., 1837?] 490 x 347 mm. Modern dark blue morocco-backed boards. Minor soiling and foxing, but a very good, sound copy. Ownership signature on title. First Edition of the atlas to Feigel's Vollstandiges Handbuch der Anatomie (1837), with handsome large lithographed plates after the author's drawings; the veins and arteries are hand-colored in blue and red. Feigel, a professor at the University of Wurzburg, was a highly talented artist who illustrated all three of the medical works he published during his short life.

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        Treasures. In 4 volumes.

      London, Longmans, Green, 1860 - 1878,. pt. in-8vo, Ex Libris 'Jonas Foster' sur contre-plats, reliures en plein-cuir (veau), dos a 5 faux-nerfs avec titre sur fond rouge, filets or. Bel exemplaire.. 1) The Treasury of Geography, Physical, Historical, Descriptive, and Political. Containing a Succint Account of Every Country in the World. 1860, 1 frontispice + X + 924 p. + 1 carte depliante + nombreuses gravures / 2) The Treasury of Natural History or a Popular Dictionary of Zoology. 1862, 1 frontispice + XVII + 798 p. avec nombreuses gravures / 3) The Treasury of Knowledge and Library Reference. 1862, 1 frontispice + 899 p. / 4) The Biographical Treasury. A Dictionary of Universal Biography. Reconstructed, thoroughly revised, and partly rewritten with above 1000 additional memoirs and notices, by William L. R. Cates. 1878, 1 frontispice + 1313 p. (p. 1311-1312 avec pt. manque de texte) (1 page with small part torn off). All bound in full calf, spine with red leather lettering, one top of spine a bit torn, else a fine 4 volume set. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
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      O. O. u. Dr., um 1860.. 12 Stahlstiche. Zeitgenössischer Halbleinenband mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel.. Luxusdrucke auf aufgewalztem Chinapapier. Die Ansichten zeigen "Wildbad Gastein", "Straubinger Platz", "Villa seiner k. k. Hoheit Erzherzog Johann", "Solitude", "Boeckstein", "Das englische Kaffehaus", "Nassfeld", "Aussicht vom Gamskarkogel", "Hof Gastein", "Werfen", "Pass Lueg" und "Golling". Seltene Folge, unsigniert und ohne Verlagsangabe. Durchgehend stärker stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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      John Heywood, Manchester 1860 - oblong 4to. original leather-backed pebbled cloth covered boards with leather tips, paper cover label. 35 plates. Heal p.194-5 gives a rather confusing bibliographical description, as this book went through various editions with varying numbers of plates. This is a 19th-century reprint of an earlier edition, which was engraved by Ashby. Spine ends chipped away. Leather worn on spine and tips. Covers faded. original leather-backed pebbled cloth covered boards with leather tips, paper cover label [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Herr Vogt.

      London, A. Petsch & Co., deutsche Buchhandlung, 1860.. Erste Ausgabe. 8vo. VI S., (1) Bl. Inhalt, 191 S., (1) S. Druckfehler. Angebunden: K. Marx, Der Achtzehnte Brumaire des Louis Bonaparte. Zweite Auflage. Hamburg, Meißner, 1869. Halbleinen der Zeit, Kanten berieben, hs. Rückenschild. First edition. Contemporary quarter cloth, rubbed along edges. Marx/Engels Erstdrucke S. 26; Rubel 567; Stammhammer I, 145, 22.(See, catalogue 13)..

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        Right at Last and Other Tales

      Harper and Brothers 1860 - An uncommonly lovely copy of this collection of stories ( originally appearing in Charles Dicken's Household Words and All the Year Round. Stories include Right at Last, The Manchester Marriage, Lois the Witch and The Crooked Branch. Published in 1860 by Harper and Brothers, bound in publishers embossed brown cloth. Almost none of the wear that one anticipates with titles of this vintage. Previous owner's signature; A. E. Schermerhorn. A small triangular piece at the foredge of the rear endpaper adhered at publication to ther rear pastedown and has been archivally reattached. A beautiful copy of an exceedingly difficult book to locate - in any condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Reluctant Bookseller]
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        Batavia in 1858 of schetsen en beelden uit de hoofdstad van Neêrlandsch Indië.

      - Gorinchem, J. Noorduijn & Zoon, 1860.Modern marbled boards. With lithographed title with nice vignette depicting the roadstead of Batavia and frontispiece with plan of Batavia. 208 pp.* Original edition. - Lively description of the old and new town and the people of Batavia, including a survey of the scientific institutions in town. Written by general Weitzel who lived there from 1853-1858.Tiele 1203; Cat. KITLV p.11; Ebing and De Jager, Batavia - Jakarta, 1481; Catalogues 300-jarig bestaan van Batavia 400. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LIFE AND JOURNALS OF KAH-KE-WA-QUO-NA-BY (Rev. Peter Jones,) Wesleyan Missionary

      Anson Green, Toronto 1860 - 12mo, original green fine ribbed cloth decorated in blind, spine gilt lettered. (xii), 424, (2) + frontispiece portrait. Spine cloth worn away to a depth of 0.5 cm at ends; short cloth tears to upper joints and to mid-front joint neatly mended; spine lightly darkened, some spotting to covers, mild wear to outer corners; ink name (W.F. Campbell, Ingersoll) at front and name in pencil on blank recto of frontispiece; slight endpaper foxing; soft vertical crease to portrait, title leaf, last leaf, and rear free endpaper; only occasional light text foxing, small corner creases to a few leaves, one signature just a little proud; else a VG clean, tight and unworn copy, inner hinges not cracked. TPL 5909. Sabin 36951. A posthumously published memoir by this Ojibway (Mississauga of Credit) missionary and author, the son of a Welsh surveyor and a Mississauga Indian. Converting to Christianity at age 21, he became a missionary to the Ojibway, as well as translating some Christian hymns and prayers into Ojibway, the first person to do so. He also published the first comprehensive history of the Ojibway. A very important book of Canadian native history and fairly scare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Map Showing the Routes travelled by the Command of Majr. E. Steen, U.S. Drags against the Snake Indians in 1860

      J. Bien & Co, New York 1860 - Published in "Topographical memoir of the command against the Snake Indians, under Major E. Steen, United States Dragoons, in the summer of 1860.", by Brevet Second Lieut. Joseph Dixon, United States Topographical Engineers. -Wheat, Size : 617x867 (mm), 24.25x34.125 (Inches), Hand Colored, 0 Very Good; laid down on acid-free canvas for long term preservation; folding map; minor browning at the folds

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        Framley Parsonage

      Smith Elder and Co, London.: Cornhill Magazine, 1860 Extracted from the Cornhill Magazine, January 1860 to February 1861, and bound as 1 vol complete. In half contemporary calf with red marbled boards, some blind tooling, corners and edges lightly rubbed. Spine, raised bands, attractive decorative gilt tooling, titles in gilt to calf label, edges brushed. Internally, lime green endpapers, 6 pls (B&W), 1-25, [1], 151-174,[1], [1], 297-321, [1], [1], 450-474, [1], 514-536, [1], 692-715, 34-58, [1], 130-154, 289-312, [1], 462-486, [1], 518-542, [1], 650-673, 48-71, [1], [1], 130-153, 342-366, 473-496 pp. Complete. This is the initial serialization of Trollope's first successful novel. (Allibone 2455). Trollope created what has become one of the most beloved literary chronicles of English country life in the Chronicles of Barsetshire series. Framley Parsonage, the entertaining fourth novel in the series, follows the financial travails of a young vicar, the romantic entanglements of a pair of star-crossed lovers, and various other social skirmishes and conflicts in and around the seemingly sleepy village of Framley.

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        Iconographie des Maladies Veneriennes.

      . Paris, Vicor Masson et Fils, (1860), 4°, 74 feinste handcolorierte Farbpunktierstiche mit 74 Blätter Tafelerklärungen, in roten Halbledereinband der Zeit; feines Exemplar.. Erste Ausgabe - Schönste und feinste mir bekannte Ikonographie der Vernerologie! - Die 74 aussergewöhnlich feienen Tafeln wurde gezeichnet von Leveille, bekannt durch die Illustration der berühmte Hirschfeld'schen "Nevrologie". - Adrien Fidele Auguste Cullerier (1805-1874), Chirurgie in de l'hopital du Midi, Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur etc, war jedenfalls der Bedeutendste aus der berühmten Syphilographenfamilie der Cullerier. Ausser der Herausgabe seiner Icongraphie beteiligte er sich in einer ansehnlichen Reihe von Artiklen und Vorträgen an der schwebenden Streitfragen seiner Zeit mit grossem Eifer.. - Viele Inoculationsversuche, welche Cullerier an Thieren stets resultatslos verogenommen hatte, machten ihn zu einem Gegener Auzias-Turenne's; auch in den übrigen Punkten der Contagienlehre verfocht er die ursprüngliche Theorien Ricord's.. - Proksch, Gesch. vener. Krankh., II, p.793ff.

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      Weimar: Geographisches Institut, 1860. paper-covered boards. folio. paper-covered boards. x, 185+(1) pages. Ausgeführt in den Jahren 1527 und 1529, Auf Befehl Kaiser Karl's V. Text in German. This volume is a dissertation by J.G. Kohl on the two oldest maps of America, dated 1527 and 1529. It contains a large amount of geographical and historical information. The copy is from the American Geographical Society, and it has a bookplate from the society on the front pastedown and stamps throughout. With foreword, index, and two maps which are the facsimiles of the originals. Covers are detached from the block, and are rubbed and worn. The spine is missing. The pages are tanned and chipped along the edges; the sheets are loose. A very scarce book.

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      . Lithographie v. E. Emminger aus G. Küstner, um 1860, 43 x 64 cm. Tuebingen. General view. Lithography on Japanese tissue paper old mounted by E. Emminger and G. Kuestner ca. 1860. 43 x 64 cm. JPEG pictures upon request.. Gesamtansicht auf Tübingen vom Alten Botanischen Garten aus auf links die Stiftskirche und rechts das Schloss Hohentübingen. Im Hintergrund das Neckartal.- Auf original Japanpapier gedruckt und alt aufgezogen. Besonders dekorativ ! JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. Genral view on Tuebingen seen from the Old Botanic Garden with the church Stiftskirche on the left side and the Castle Hohentuebingen on the right side. The Neckar valley in the background. -- Very decorative !

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        Spinale Kinderlähmung. Monographie.

      - 2., umgearb. u. verm. Aufl., - Stuttgart, J.G. Cotta, 1860, VIII, 204 pp., 14 getönten lithogr. Taf., Pappband der Zeit. Die erste Monographie über dieses Krankheitsbild von Jakob von Heine (1800-1879). - "Erst in dieser stark vermehrten zweiten Auflage, unter Bekanntgabe von vielen neuen Methoden und Erkenntnissen erhielt dieses klassische Werk den Titel "Spinale Kinderlähmung", da er den Sitz der Krankheit im Rückenmark annahm, wenn er sich auch noch nicht auf Sektionsergebnisse stützen konnte. Er teilte das Leiden ein in das akute (primäre) und das chronische (sekundäre) Stadium und unterschied sehr wohl die cerebrale (spastische) Hemiplegie von der spinalen Lähmung, die er "Paralysis infantilis spinalis" nannte. Ferner führte er sehr genaue Temperaturmessungen an den verschiedenen Körpergegenden durch und stellte dabei Unterschiede der Hautemperatur zwischen der gesunden und gelähmten Seite fest; auch das Zurückbleiben im Wachstum entging ihm nicht. Ebenso wies er schon auf das epidemische Auftreten hin, ferner auf die Kontrakturen und die anderen Fehlstellungen." - ".namentlich die zweite aus dem Jahre 1860, deren reicher Inhalt nur in Stichworten angedeutet werden konnte, sind als wahre klassische Werke zu bezeichnen; nach ihrer Lektüre wird man es voll und ganz verstehen (.) das die Bezeichnung einer der schlimmsten Plagen, welche Kinder und Erwachsene befallen kann, mit dem Namen des deutschen Orthopäden Jacob von Heine (1800-1879) als 'Heine-Medinische Krankheit' verbunden bleiben wird. - Ferner war Jakob Heine wahrscheinlich der erste in Deutschland welcher die orthopädische Gymnastik in seinem Institut bei Cannstatt einführte." - - "In 1940 Heine (1799-1879) gave the first description of acute anterior polyomelitus in a slender monograph of 78 pages. "Twenty years later (1860) in a much enlarged edition Heine gathered again his rich experiences, announcing many new methods and observations. He called his new monograph "Spinale Kinderlähmung" as he assumed the seat of the disease to be in the spinal cord --- These tow monographs by Heine, especially the second of 1860 . must be considered true classics . "Valentin - After a brief account of the acute or primary stage comes a detailed description of the second or paralytic stage with numerous clinical histories of the different forms of paralysis, followed by sections on etiology and pathologic anatomy, differential diagnosis, prognosis and treatment, especially by orthopaedics means. The 29 lithographic figures illustrate deformities and apparatus. The book contains numerous references to the literature. (Fischbein et al) - - Valentin, Gesch. d. Orthopädie, pp.5,57,125,134,136,230; Grulee Collection 1116; Bloomfield, Bibl. of internal Med., p.407; Bick, Source Book of Orthopaedics, p.155; Levinson, Pioneer pf Paediatrics, pp.55; Hist. of Poliomyelitis; Haymaker, Founders of Neurology; Walker 4209 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Iconographie des Maladies Vénériennes.

      - Paris, Vicor Masson et Fils, (1860), 4°, 74 feinste handcolorierte Farbpunktierstiche mit 74 Blätter Tafelerklärungen, in roten Halbledereinband der Zeit; feines Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe - Schönste und feinste mir bekannte Ikonographie der Vernerologie! - Die 74 aussergewöhnlich feienen Tafeln wurde gezeichnet von Léveille, bekannt durch die Illustration der berühmte Hirschfeld'schen "Névrologie". - Adrien Fidèle Auguste Cullerier (1805-1874), Chirurgie in de l'hopital du Midi, Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur etc, war jedenfalls der Bedeutendste aus der berühmten Syphilographenfamilie der Cullerier. Ausser der Herausgabe seiner Icongraphie beteiligte er sich in einer ansehnlichen Reihe von Artiklen und Vorträgen an der schwebenden Streitfragen seiner Zeit mit grossem Eifer. - Viele Inoculationsversuche, welche Cullerier an Thieren stets resultatslos verogenommen hatte, machten ihn zu einem Gegener Auzias-Turenne's; auch in den übrigen Punkten der Contagienlehre verfocht er die ursprüngliche Theorien Ricord's. - Proksch, Gesch. vener. Krankh., II, p.793ff. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1860 - Un Dessin Original, à la sanguine, Format : 27 centimètres de haut par 38 centimètres de large, sur papier marron-clair, notée en bas à la mine de plomb : "PLACE ST PIERRE - N°6 , COUR LE LA MAISON VERET A NANTES " de la main d'Olivier de Wismes (vérifié) , Période création/exécution : 1860 environ Le baron Jean-Baptiste Heraclée Olivier de Wismes était un dessinateur, graveur et lithographe français né le 16 septembre 1814 à Paris, et mort le 5 janvier 1887 à Nantes, a illustré les grand volumes in-folio suivant : Le Maine et l'Anjou historiques, archéologiques et pittoresques - La Vendée - l'Anjou ETC.DESSIN SUPERBE.UNIQUE.en trés bon état (very good condition).

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        A Treatise on the Loop Formation for Rifle Volunteers

      London, Chapman and Hall, , 1860. Octavo. Original printed glazed paper boards. Folding frontispiece. Light browning, boards a little rubbed, spine chipped with about 30mm of loss at the head, remains attractive. First Edition. Uncommon, three copies only on COPAC, BL, NLS, and Oxford, no copies on OCLC. Rather obscure tactical treatise based on the skirmishing techniques of the Parthians. Written at the height of the "War Scare", when the French were expected on British shores in moments, & the Rifle Volunteer movement had sprung up in response. This copy with the pencilled ownership inscription of Hastings Russell, 9th Duke of Bedford.

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        "Kircheninneres" originales Aquarell ca. 22x11cm; auf Karton (36x24cm) montiert; dort handschriftlich bezeichnet und datiert "1860"

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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. .

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        SCHWERIN: Gesamtansicht in ovaler Form - um 1860, Lithographie, dekorativ koloriert, 46x61 cm

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        Wolfingham; or, The Convict-Settler of Jervis Bay: A Tale of the Church in Australia

      London: John Henry and James Parker. [1860]. First Edition. Hardcover. Historical Tales No. 20. Part of a series recounting the history of the Church in Great Britain and other countries. iv, 112pp + 4pp of advertisements. Recent maroon cloth stamped in gold on the spine. Frontispiece. Two small stains to fore edge affecting the first and last two leaves. A very good+ copy. ; Octavo .

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        TA., Postamt, i. Vgr. zahlr. Postkutschen, "A north east view of the new General Post Office. With the Royal Mails & Carts preparing to Start".

      . altkol. Aquatinta v. Pyall n. Pollard, 1860, 37 x 58. Dek. Blatt. Unter der Darstellung sind die Bestimmungsorte der vor dem Postgebäude haltenden Postkutschen angeführt.

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      circa 1860 - 1870. Deck of 20 illustrated playing cards, 3 5/8 x 2 9/16 inches, hand-colored, with 2 card with printed game instructions. All housed in the original box with color printed label on the lid. A few cards have light soiling or foxing as does the blank paper of the box. Near fine. The game or Snip, Snap, Snorum has its roots in the late 18th century and was popular throughout the 19th century. It is basically a stops game in which cards are played in ascending sequence in suit. This version has five suits, each containing four cards. Of these, two suits depict stereotyped images of blacks with ridiculous names that verge on racist.

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      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. Frank ( Druck königl. lith. Inst. zu Berlin ) b. Ermst Foerster in Zittau, um 1860, 34,5 x 57. Blick von einer Anhöhe nach Zittau, i. Vgr. ein Bauernhof und die Eisenbahn. Am rechten Rand 2 restaurierte Einrisse.

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        The Complete Practical Brewer.

      Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird. 1860 - Measures approx. 4 ½ in. x 7 in. 199 pp. plus 24 pp. of ads. Illustrated with some drawings. Dark green cloth with gilt titling stamped on spine and on front cover. Some damp-staining to lower page margins. Spine ends show some wear. A fairly well-preserved copy of a fragile and rare book. Former owner's name in ink on back fly-leaf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Passau vom Oberhaus". Panorama-Gesamtansicht.

      . Lithographie von F. Maillinger nach Max Kuhn, um 1860, 47,5 x 73 cm.. Passau in der Druckgraphik I,291; nicht bei Lentner. - Mit schmalem Rändchen. Kleinere Randdefekte sorgfältig restauriert.

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        Autograph letter signed, probably to Latimer Clark

      1860. Very Good. Hughes, David Edward (1830-1900). A.L.s. to an unidentified recipient, possibly Latimer Clark. Paris, October 1, 1860. 2pp. 206 x 133 mm. Holes punched in upper margin, with tears at holes, remains of mounting present. Provenance: Latimer Clark.Hughes, an inventor and experimental researcher in electricity and magnetism, is best known for his invention of the microphone in 1878. His first successful invention was an improvement of R. E. House's automatic printing telegraph (1846); completed in 1855, Hughes's device was quickly adopted in both America and Europe. In 1860 the French government purchased Hughes's automatic telegraph for use on their lines. The present letter discusses its installation:"I have just returned from Bordeaux where I have been to give the necessary instructions to work my Inst[rument]. from there to Paris (distance 5.75 kilometres) and the line is now working first rate with my Inst. They have not yet commenced transmitting the regular business merely sending old messages for practice. I think they intend commencing tomorrow as they are sufficiently advanced to do it well. . . ."The Insts. we have now are not very good being very badly made but they answer well enough for demonstration. The new Insts. of Mr. Fremont will be finished in about 2 weeks. They will take the place of the old ones. Then I shall be at liberty to bring them to England and they will be at your disposal if you wish it. . . ." Origins of Cyberspace 162

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        Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australasia... Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australasia; being observations principally on the animal and vegetable productions of New South Wales, New Zealand, and some of the Austral Islands

      London: John Van Voorst, 1860. Octavo, with eight handcoloured lithograph plates by George French Angas; a very good copy in green half morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. With coloured lithographs after Angas. First edition: a handsome copy of this popular book by the well-travelled naturalist. "The drawings, with a few exceptions, are from the accurate pencil of Mr. G.F. Angas, well known for his correct delineations of subjects of Natural History, and the author of three splendid works illustrative of the scenery and natives of New Zealand, South Australia and Southern Africa" (Preface). The "few exceptions" are from originals by Thomas Baines and Joseph Wolf; together they represent three of the foremost artists of the period.Dr George Bennett first visited New South Wales in 1829 and settled in Sydney in 1836. As with many medically trained men from previous centuries, he was an ardent natural scientist, and became involved with the Australian Museum and Acclimatisation Society. He was also the Sydney agent for British ornithologist John Gould.Bennett's book is a practical and well-illustrated guide to the productions of Australia and an active attempt to protect certain species such as the Echidna, the Emu and the Notornis. This is a wonderful book, with commentary on life and natural history in colonial Australia. From the collection of Robert Edwards.

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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 paintingÂ’s title.

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        CDV Photo Album - Victorian Royals

      London, 1860. England, circa 1865-1885. Rare collection of 50 carte-de-visite photographs which features a generous number of Victorian era royals including Queen Victoria, Edward VII, and Princess Louise, as well as some famous writers. Mostly albumen prints, the carte de visites are neatly ensconced behind arched window mounts, recto and verso onto 25 thick gilt edged leaves. 8vo. Exquisite leather album binding made by Boston's Roberts Brothers, with deep blind-stamping, tooling to spine, gilt edges, satin endpapers, and two decorated working brass clasps. Volume measures 13 x 16 x 7 cm (WxHxD). Some age-toning, otherwise in Very Good Condition, an admirable collection beautifully preserved in the original period carte-de-visite album. A most uncommon collection of early and sought after carte de visites featuring scarce photographs of royals, a scant few famous English personalities, as well as Victorian citizens most likely related to the collector. Contained in a quality purpose made ephemeral type of album from the period, some individuals seen here include Queen Victoria and her issue, Princess Louise (Duchess of Argyll), Alfred (Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha), Alexandra of Denmark, Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (Edward VII). Further research may prove to authenticate other photographs as those of Princess Beatrice as a young girl, Princess Alice of the United Kingdom, Mary Adelaide (Princess, Duchess of Teck), Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, Princess Helena Frederica of Waldeck-Pyrmont, or others. Also included is a cdv of Tom Hood (Thomas Hood the Younger 1835-1874), English humorist and playwright, and son of the poet and author Thomas Hood; and at least one of Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton (1808-1877), English feminist, social reformer, author and first woman to petition for a divorce. Nineteenth century photographers whose work is represented here include: André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri (1819-1889) famed for his patented carte de visite James T. Wigney, Scarborough and Huddersfield Cramock, Newboro' Street, Scarborough Sarony & Co., Scarborough (An especially artisitc photographer) J. Peers, Manchester James Mudd Manchester [Charles] Outon of Landport Harrison & Son, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire Lafosse, Manchester Bentley Buxton & Exchange Arcaile, Manchester [Barrowclough Wright Bentley] Isaac Wilde, Blackpool W. Porter, Blackpool Wolstenholme Bros., Blackpool J. H. Lloyd, Southport Silas Eastham, Southport Henry W. Taunt, Oxford W. Shipperbottom, Bolton T. Gibson, Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire C. Hawkins, Brighton School of Photography T. Higgins, Shipstone J. Emery, Hanley I. Jackson, Rochdale Mr. & Mrs. S. G. Payne, Aylesbury & Thame I. Hargreaves, Barrow-in-Furness I. P. Baker & Son, Luton H. Grecson, Luton Edmund G. Ganty, Dublin, Ireland The carte de visite (CDV, carte-de-visite) was a type of small photograph which was invented by Louis Dodero and patented in 1854 in Paris by photographer André Adolphe Eugène Disdéri. It was usually made of a thin albumen print photograph mounted on a thicker calling card, the image size being 54.0 mm × 89 mm, and the card being 64 mm × 100 mm. The Carte de Visite gained widespread popularity when in 1859 Disdéri published a photograph of Emperor Napoleon III in this format. Subsequently photographic studios began to offer the cartes-de-visite of famous royals, politicians, actresses, and the like, and so began some spectacular nineteenth century photographic collections. This also created a need for a unique type of album for presentation and for preservation of these special private collections. Purpose made in limited quantities, the availability of these albums was usually announced in local newspapers. Carte-de-visite albums were bound in fine quality bindings, joining together heavy cardstock leaves featuring neatly rimmed window mounts, behind which the carte-de-visite would be ensconced to showcase the portrait image. Photographs were held securely in place while the arrangement remained convenient for changes as the collection expanded or changed. Established by Austin J. Roberts, John F. Roberts, and Lewis A. Roberts, the Roberts Brothers (1857-1898) were active publishers and bookbinders in Boston, Massachusetts, from the early 1860s until 1898. In 1862 they began producing photograph albums. They gained fame in 1868 with the publication of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women." The Trinitiy College Watkinson Library in Hartford, Connecticut, holds a Robert Brothers collection of their carte de visite albums. . Very Good.

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        Papa Lovechild's Series. TRUANT BUNNY.

      8 leaves printed on one side only, the first and last pasted to the wrappers as issued, each page bearing a hand-coloured image with verse beneath. Original pictorial wrappers. each page bearing a hand-coloured image with verse beneath. Original pictorial wrappers. 23.5 x 16.7 cm. Spine expertly repaired; else an excellent copy of a scarce title.

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