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        Travels, Researches, and Missionary Labours, During an eighteen years' residence in Eastern Africa. Together with journeys to Jagga, Usambara, Ukambani, Shoa, Abessinia, and Khartum; and a coasting voyage from Mombaz to Cape Delgado.

      London: Trübner and Co 1860 - First edition, 8vo, li, (iii), 554 pp. Portrait frontispiece, 12 tinted lithographic plates and 2 folding maps, closed tear to the inner margin of the map at the end, front and rear blanks foxed. Recent half calf, marbled sides, a handsome copy.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        H.M. Brig Pilot. To the Commander and Officers of H.M. Brig Pilot This Print is respectfully dedicated

      Edmund Fry & Son, Edmund Fry Junr, London & Plymouth 1860 - A fine ship portrait of the brig Pilot, by one of the most successful marine painters of the latter part of the 19th century. Sir Oswald Brierly, after an adventurous early life when he emigrated to New South Wales and took part in a number of exploring expeditions, returned to Britain in 1851. He recorded the French and English fleets' operations in the Baltic during the war with Russia, and developed a close artistic association with the British Royal family. Upon the death of Schetky in 1874 he was appointed marine painter to Queen Victoria, and at the same time was made marine painter to the Royal Yacht Squadron. He was eventually knighted in 1885. Tinted lithograph, coloured by hand, after Brierly, printed by Day & Haghe.

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        Photographie médicale: fillette atteinte de dermatose et d'ataxie locomotrice. Circa 1860

      1860 - Photographie médicale originale d'une fillette atteinte de dermatose (les piqûres de la photo le laissent mal entrevoir) et d'ataxie locomotrice. 15,5 x 21cm, sur papier fort, tirage original, circa 1860(TV) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed, with instructions to Messrs Harper & Co. to send out copies of The Lake Regions

      Panama: , 1860. One page quarto, 23 lines in Burton's hand, subsequently annotated in two other hands. Lightly browned, light creases from old mailing folds, docketed verso. A letter from Burton sending out presentation copies of his most recent book following his sojourn in the American West. He asks his publishers to "oblige" him "by forwarding (for my expense) copies of The Lake Regions to the following directions and by letting me know what my bill for them to you is … [list of three names in Canyon City and Virginia City, Utah Terr.; and 5 names in California] … the latter to be addressed in the care of Wm. Lane Booker Esq. H.M. Consul, San Francisco, Cal. Believe me ever, yours sincerely, Richd F. Burton." The postage amounts in each case have been added and tallied, with a note in another hand to charge both books & postage. One of the recipients is a judge in Carson City, a place described by Burton as being full of "legal vultures — attorneys, lawyers, and judges … In and about Carson City a dead man for breakfast was the rule" (Rice). Burton sent this letter to his American publishers from the "horrible, wet, dull, and dirty" town of Panama. He was about to return to England.

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        "Vue de Constance". Gesamtansicht vom See aus.

      . Farblithographie von F. Stroobant bei C. Muquardt, um 1860, 22,5 x 30,5 cm.. Schefold 28712. - Aus "Le Rhin monumental et pittoresque".

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        Edith Wharton's Sterling Silver and Coral Baby Rattle / Teething Device / Whistle, Engraved "Edith" on the lip.

      Birmingham 1860 - Baby rattle with English hallmarks as follows: "L" date letter for 1860; Lion Passant for sterling; Anchor for Birmingham; Maker's Mark "T. illegible. Rattle is approximately 5" long and 1-1/2" wide at the center portion, with whistle at one end and "Edith" engraved on the lip of the whistle, decorated with three bells, with 1-1/2 x º" piece of coral [used for teething] at end, lacking three bells, else fine. Housed in custom- made black cloth clamshell box lined with purple velvet with black leather gilt-stamped label on spine. Given to the only child of Leon and Germaine Belugou, by Edith Wharton on the occasion her christening in 1920. It is known that Edith Wharton gave her sterling silver baby mug to Bill Tyler, son of other intimate friends in Paris, Bill and Elisina Tyler, but until now, this gift, like Edith's relationship with Leon Belugou, was not known.In 1908 Edith Wharton wrote her first note to Leon Belugou asking him to tea and informing him that Henry James would be there. Introduced to both Wharton and James by Morton Fullerton, Belugou's good friend, and Edith Wharton's lover, Leon Belugou would come to play a crucial role in Edith Wharton's expatriate life. Over the next 25 years they developed an intimate friendship; he was, perhaps, her closest French friend. Leon Belugou (1865-1934) French scholar and journalist had known Morton Fullerton since 1902. Belugou was introduced into the best "salons" in Paris; in fact, he was private tutor for noble wealthy families, including that of the Duke de Gramont. Although not actually part of the highest French society, he was quite close to them and often acted as a sort of non-clerical Abby Mugnier when their money or love affairs became compromising. He was known for his tact and ability at handling embarrassing situations. As such, he was invaluable when Wharton decided to conquer the Faubourg Saint-Germain. In business affairs, his connections served him well. He was in charge of the "Cao Bang Mine" in Tonkin and spent seven years at that endeavor. He managed Armand de Gramont's optical instruments factory in Levallois. In 1919 he married an opera singer, Germaine Gien; l'Abbe Mugnier officiated. Madame Belugou's best friend was the noted soprano Lucienne Breval. Edith Wharton's marriage to Teddy had, from 1909-1913, gone into decline. Her affair with Fullerton, dating from 1908, undoubtedly contributed to this, but there seems to be little doubt that Edith's intellectual life did not suit Teddy. Leon Belugou was one of two people (Henry James the other) who knew of her affair with Fullerton. Edith approached her dear friend, Leon Belugou for assistance; he complied, finding her an attorney to handle the divorce and acting as official translator for the letters Teddy and his family wrote that were introduced into the legal proceedings. It is clear that Belugou served as the model for the character in THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, the secretary of Count and Countess Olenska's. Although he remained nameless, he is referred to and cited as assisting the Countess in obtaining her divorce later in her life - much as the author had. Leon Belugou cherished his friendship with Edith Wharton; he kept everything she sent or gave him. The items offered here come from directly through the family. See page 299 of Hermione Lee's biography of Edith Wharton published by Knopf in 2007 for detail of this gift by Edith Wharton to Lucienne Belugou, only child of Leon Belugou. See an Image. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Album D'Ostende

      Bruges and Ostende: J. Buffa. Half Morocco . Very Good. Cham, Victor Eeckhout, H. Borremans, van Cuyck, Gerlier, F. Stroobant, J. Van de Putte, Baldisseroni, de Nestele (?) [spellings of these names somewhat elastic]. N.d., circa 1860. A fabulous collection of hand-colored plates of the popular Belgian beach resort, with a mix of character studies (mostly of the local, non-fashionable citizenry), humorous genre scenes and views of the beach, the architecture, the beachgoers, the sea. 52 plates in all, all but one of which is hand-colored, the final plate is a folding tinted panorama of the beach looking in from the sea . Some of the beach scenes are evocative of Boudin. The mix of humor and more sober portraits lends a balance from which we can better approximate the culture and atmosphere at this early destination resort. And through the pictures we can sense the uneasy embrace of the vacationing bathers with the sea. The colored plates are all 13.5 by 10 inches, or 34 by 25 cm, including their margins. The plates are mostly clean, but there is some finger soiling and the like in the margins, and a few plates have chips and small chunks of card missing, never affecting the images. Rebacked with attractive green morocco. The contemporary cloth boards are soiled, with a few minor edge dings.No title, and no evidence there ever was one.

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        Poesias. Prologo de Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda

      Librería e Imprenta El Iris, Habana 1860 - holandesa época rozada con nervios, interior bien conservado retrato grabado autora y firma manuscrita a tinta. . 267 págs.

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        The Marble Faun

      Ticknor and Fields, 1860-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. First American edition, first issue. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1860. Brown buckram with gilt stamping on spine. Two volumes. All points present: correct signing with pg. xi of vol. 1 signed "1*," preface placed before table of contents, ads at rear dated February 1860; volume II has no conclusion, signed "4*" at pg. 197. Most likely issued simultaneously with the British edition. Very Good condition. Clean pages with occasional foxing and small stains. Cloth at extremities of both volumes worn, a bit of cloth missing from head of first volume. Former owner's name and date of August 1860 on second volume. A few spots on spine of second volume, which has a bit more stray stains and foxing, wear along its bottom edge, and a slightly leaning spine. Both volumes have clear protective sleeves. Nice condition overall. The first American appearance of one of Hawthorne's most ambitious works.

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        "Panorama aus dem Salzkammergut" originales Aquarell ca. 27x36cm; links unten signiert; um 1860

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("v. Goethe").

      Wien, 5. XII. 1860.. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-4to.. An einen Mathematiker in Jena, dem er u. a. für "die Nachrichten über die schöne umfassende Thätigkeit der Mathematischen Gesellschaft" dankt: "[...] Wäre ich nur noch so in solche Dinge eingeweiht, wie ich wünschte, dann würde ich auch Bartholomäi's [wohl der Mathematiker und Philosoph Friedrich Bartholomäi, 1817-1878] "Vorlesungen über Philosophie der Mathematik besser haben folgen können [...] ich [...] bin jedoch den Grundlagen seines Werkes durch Leben und Studien jetzt so ferngerückt, daß ich mich eigentlich außer Stande fühlte seinen Gedankengang [...] in mich aufnehmen zu können [...]". - Erwähnt seinen älteren Bruder, den Komponisten Walther von Goethe. - Mit einigen tls. ausgebesserten Falteinrissen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        L'ETE A BADE.

      Paris, by Ernest Bourdin, sans date(ca 1860), Illustre par Tony Johannot, Eugène Lami, Français et Daubigny,4e édition, Précédé d'une notice sur l'auteur par M. Jules Janin, et de l'inauguration de l'embranchement de Strasbourg à Kehl par M. Amédée Achard. 299 pp.Avec 1 map,2 portraits,6 coll.plts and 14 steelengr.plts.8to.

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        Nouveau Plan de la Ville et Fauxbourgs de Paris. Paris en 1713.

      1860 - Paris, Ch.Chardon, c.1860. Coloured. Heliogravure, 680 x 850mm. A two-thirds reduced version of Jaillot's large plan of Paris, made using one of the first photo-engraving techniques. Superbly detailed.

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        Herdringen." Blick auf Schloss Herdringen mit dem Park, im Vordergrund dekorative Staffage mit einer Jagdgesellschaft

      Farblithographie von W. Korn nach Wilhelm Riefstahl bei Friderichs 1860. 21.5x29.8 cm. - Westfalia Picta I. S. 87 - Korzus, Westfalen S. 29 - Schönes Blatt in frischen Farben.

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        Schloss Tegel." Ansicht des nach Plänen Karl Friedrich Schinkels umgebauten Schlosses

      Farblithographie von Bardtenschlager aus Alexander Duncker um 1860. 15x20 cm. Mit dem dazugehörigen Textblatt. - Hahn / Lorenz II, S. 597ff. - War im Besitz der Familien von Holwede und Wilhelm von Humboldts und seiner Familie. - Die Farblithographie wurde auf separates Papier gedruckt und auf das weiße Unterblatt mit der in Gold aufgedruckten Beschriftung: Titel, Künstler, Verlag, Angabe der Provinz u. a. und Einrahmungslinien, montiert. Blattgröße ca. 30 x 40 cm.

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        "Erinnerungen an das Freimaurer Institut zu Dresden". Gesamtansicht des Instituts, umgeben von 14 Teilansichten sowie Szenen aus dem Leben im Institut.

      . Altkol. Lithographie von W. Bässler nach G. Wunderlich bei J. Braunsdorf, Dresden, um 1860, 26 x 33,5 cm.. Das Dresdner Freimaurerinstitut wurde bereits 1772 als Schule für Arme und Waise gegründet, mehrfach erweitert und ausgebaut. 1876 wurde es in eine Realschule umgewandelt. Sie existiert heute noch unter dem Namen Kreuzschule. - Der Zeichner des Blattes Carl Gustav Wunderlich gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Lehrer am Institut. Er leitete der Kunstunterricht und war erster Lehrer und Förderer der Maler Sascha Schneider und Ferdinand Rayski. - Das seltene Souvenirblatt mit schmalem Rändchen und sorgfältig geschlossenen Randeinrissen. Feines altes Kolorit. Im Unterrand mit Widmung.

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        Barn Owl Plate 34

      New York: John Woodhouse Audubon. Very Good. 1860. First Printing. Print. 9-inch crease or repaired tear (linen-backing makes it difficult to discern) to central bottom and into image of body of water; general soiling & wear to the lower caption area including abrasion to Latin caption. ; Chromolithographed by J. Bien; 47.5" x 34.5" framed; Chromo-lithograph; 34.25" x 22.75" (image)/ 39.5" x 26.5" (paper) .

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        Keble's Morning Hymn

      1860. Full Blindstamped and Gilt-Decorated Calf. Quarter Morocco Slipcase. Very Good. Extraordinary Victorian era amateur illuminated manuscript, with rare commentary by the illuminator/artist. Oblong. 18 by 22.5 cm. Four page introduction, followed by nine leaves of illuminated manuscript on vellum mounted onto card stock of album. The calligraphy is a highly refined yet easily readable Gothic Fraktur script. The ornamentation, featuring extensive use of floral and foliage sprays and flowers, draws on Christian iconology, arabesques, trefoils, fleur-dy-lys, feathers, and on and on, all worked together with exquisite taste and seamlessness. In the borders can be found meticulously rendered vignette cameo watercolors -- a seascape, a castle view, a peacock rendered, most unconventionally, in gilt and ink only. Aside from the uncommon skill and beauty of the production, the introductory comments set this manuscript apart, for seldom does the artist speak directly to us about his/her work. Thus we learn that the choice of flowers was quite deliberate, and the symbols, some of which might be obscure in their meaning to a modern reader, are explained. Without this would one know that the illuminator wished to suggest a future life through the use of cones and a dove's nest, to take one example. Rubbing and some abrasion to the calf.

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      London George Virtue 1860 - Engraved frontispiece,title page vignette,4portraits 54 county maps & plans by Thomas Moule and 3 additional plates Quarto xxxiii.l-960pp. Full contemporary calf with marbled endpapers.

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      . Markt Aflenz in Obersteier. Getönte Lithographie v. Carl Reichert n. Julius Hörmann, Graz A. Leykam's Erben um 1860, 23,5 x 35,5 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nicht in Nebehay-W. - Sehr schönes, seltenes Blatt!

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Johannes Müller]
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        "Markt Aflenz in Obersteier".

      Graz, A. Leykam's Erben, o. J. (um 1860).. Getönte Orig.-Lithographie von Carl Reichert nach Julius Hörmann. Blattgröße 32,5 x 48,5 cm; Darstellung 23,5 x 35,2 cm.. Dekorative, großformatige Ansicht des Kurortes Aflenz in der Obersteiermark. - Schwache Knickspuren u. leicht fleckig. Rechte untere Ecke mit kl. zeitgen. Archiv-Stempel. - Nicht in Nebehay/W.

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

      Day and Sons, circa, London 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eine Wasserparthie bei Mondenschein (Das kleine Alster-Bassain in Hamburg).Kreidelithographie mit Tonplatte von M.Beeger. Verlag u. Eigenthum Oswald Seehagen in Berlin. Farben-Druck von J.Hesse in Berlin. Lithographie mit Tonplatte.

      Berlin, Oswald Seehagen, um 1860.. 34,0 x 47,2 cm. Bildunterschrift in deutsch und englisch. Einige leichte Quetschfalten. Gereinigtes Exemplar dieses seltenen Blattes, aufgezogen, unten mit fachmännisch restaurierten knitterfalten und Einrissen. Zeigt den Blick bei Mondschein auf die Lombardsbrücke mit der Mühle, rechts die Kirche in St.Georg, auf der Binnenalster Segelboote und und Ruderboote, rechts zwei Schwäne. Nebenstehende Abbildungen ist aus zwei Scans zusammengesetzt, die senkrechte Linie bzw. die Helligkeitsunterschiede existieren im Original nicht. [SW - Ansicht, Ansichten, Lithographie].

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

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

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        Album of Comical Drawings

      - N.d., circa 1860. 8vo. 19 by 11.5 cm. The drawings poke fun of fat people, philanthropists, indulgent pet masters, street urchins, dandies, etc. The cartoons could very plausibly have appeared in "Punch" magazine, for they are generally very well executed artistically, with visual humor that speaks for itself, and a number have captions that can bring a chuckle even to a modern reader. The humor tends to be gentle, directed at very human foibles, of which paramount is the lack of self-awareness in the subject. While most of the drawings are free-standing, with a few tied together in a short narrative, there is a strong cohesiveness to the whole album. Leafing through it should transport one to mid-Victorian London to witness some of its ordinary absurdities and quotadian collisions between people from different walks of life. Overall, it is the visual aspect of the drawings that will bring the widest smile. Rebacked, with skiver (pig). Heavy wear to boards. Scattered soiling within, most on the surviving tissue guards. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bregenz - Pfänder

      . Panorama vom Pfaender von A(lbert). Steudel. Mehrf. gef. Federlithographie. Bregenz, J. N. Teutsch o. J. (1860), 17,5 x 163,5 cm. Hlwd. d. Zt. mit aufgeklebtem Deckeltitel. - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Erste Ausgabe, selten.- Mit Benennung der Gebirgsspitzen.- Albert Steudel (1822-1890) Professor und Stadtpfarrer in Ravensburg.- Etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. berieben und bestoßen.

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        On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection Or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.

      New York D. Appleton and Company 1860 - First American Edition of " On the Origin of Species" DARWIN, Charles. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. Or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1860. First American edition, first state with only two notices oppisite the title page. Octavo. 432 pp. Original brown blindstamped cloth, gilt-stamped on spine. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, minor scattered foxing throughout. A fine copy. One of the most influential scientific works of the nineteenth century, On the Origina of Species was (and still is) one of the most controversial. In it "Darwin not only drew an entirely new picture of the workings of organic nature; he revolutionized our methods of thinking and our outlook on the natural order of things. The recognition that constant change is the order of the universe had been finally established and a vast step forward in the uniformity of nature had been taken" (Printing and the Mind of Man). HBS 67095. $12,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection

      London: John Murray. PUBLISHING DETAILS: Second edition, fifth thousand of Darwin's masterpiece, published by John Murray of London in 1860, the year following the first edition. 502 pages, top edge gilt, with no advertisements at the rear. Size; 20 x 14 cms (8" x 5.5"). Weight; 690g (1 pound eight ounces). CONDITION: I would rate this as very good. It is rebound in three-quarters tan leather over marbled boards with 5 raised bands to the spine, with gilt titling. There is surface wear to the leather at the hinges which are, however, firm. Also wear to the top and tail of the spine and one gilt titling panel missing (although the title imprint is still visible). The binding remains tight and secure throughout. The text and fold-out diagram are clean, bright and free from foxing, with light, even age-toning. Heresy to say so, but the text appears unread. All in all, a very smart copy of this desirable early printing of 'certainly the most important biological book ever written' (Freeman). THE BOOK: 'can we doubt ... that individuals having any advantage, however slight, over others, would have the best chance of surviving and of procreating their kind?' In the Origin of Species, Darwin challenged many of the most deeply held beliefs of the Western world. His insistence on the immense length of the past and on the abundance of life-forms, present and extinct, dislodged man from his central position in creation and called into question the role of the Creator. He showed that new species are achieved by natural selection, and that absence of plan is an inherent part of the evolutionary process. Darwin's prodigious reading, experimentation, and observations on his travels fed into his great work, which draws on material from the Galapagos Islands to rural Staffordshire, from English back gardens to colonial encounters. . Very Good. Three-quarters leather. 2nd Edition. 1860. 20 x 14 (8" x 5.5").

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        The History of The Indian Mutiny Giving A Detailed Account of the Sepoy Insurrection in India; and a Concise History of the Great Military Events Which Have Tended to Consolidate British Empire in Hindostan. (2Volumes)

      The London Printing and Publishing Company, London, 1860. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dustjacket. Size: Approx 7" x 10". 2-volume set (complete). .. Complete in 2 Volumes. 3/4 calf over marble boards. Rebacked with original spine laid on and new gilt title red leather labels. Boards worn and blemished yet very securely bound. Leather worn away at corners. Marble end papers with owner leather name label on front paste downs dated 1860. Printed in double columns.Vol I: 647, vii pp Frontis portrait of Sir Colin Campbell facing vignette title page. Table of distances between places in India and coloured map of British India. Illustrated with 46 battle scenes, views of places and portraits engraved on steel. Vol II: 664, viii pp Frontis portrait of Lord Viscount Canning facing vignette title page. Illustrated with 32 battle scenes, views of places and portraits engraved on steel. Some light foxing to contents and light finger marks to some margins otherwise overall a very good clean sound copy. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Military & Warfare; India; 19th century; History. Inventory No: 11052..

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Rockhill, Sydenham, 20. VII. 1860.. 2 SS. 8vo.. An Lady Egerton: "[...] You can get from here [d. i. Paxtons Anwesen Rockhill bei Sydenham] to the [Crystal] Palace to see the fancy fair, & if you like to ask half a dozen gentlemen to come to the dance we shall be happy to see them, they must be at Rockhills by about eight o clock from whence they will be passed to the Ball room [...]". - Joseph Paxton war der Erbauer des Crystal Palace, des Ausstellungsgebäudes der ersten Weltausstellung 1851 in London. - Auf Briefpapier mit schwarzem Trauerrand und mit einigen alten Tintenwischern.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Abbildungen der vorzüglichsten und haupsächlichsten Traubensorten Württembergs Im Auftrag der Königl. Württemberg. Centralstelle für die Landwirthschaft hrsg. von Christian Single, Weingärtner, Gemeinderath und Mitglied der Weinverbesserungs-Gesellschaft und des landwirthschaftlichen Bezirksverein Stuttgart. Neunzehn Tafeln in Farbendruck, grösstentheils nach Originalzeichnungen.

      Ravensburg : Ulmer 1860. 96 S., 19 Taf. 4° Pappeinband - Taf. 1: Silvaner Taf. 2: Elbling Taf. 3: Klevner Taf. 4: Burgunder Taf. 5: Trollinger Taf. 6: Rissling Taf. 7: Früher weisser Malvasier Taf. 8: Weissgelber Muscateller Taf. 9: Abb. der Rebhölzer (gefaltet) Taf. 10: Gutedel Taf. 11: Schwarzurban Taf. 12: Portugieser Taf. 13: Limberger Taf. 14: Malvasier Taf. 15: Burgunder Taf. 16: Affenthaler Taf. 17: Rothgipfler Taf. 18: Liverdon Taf. 19: Abb. der Rebhölzer (gefaltet) SELTEN!! DIE FOLGENDEN GEBRAUCHSSPUREN SIND IM PREIS BERÜCKSICHTIGT: Buchrücken und Einband berieben / bestoßen, z.T. leicht eingerissen. Vorsatz, Schnitt und einige Seiten braunfleckig. Seiten leicht gewellt. Seidenpapier an einigen Stellen eingerissen. Sonst guter altersgemäßer Zustand!!!.

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        Sechste Wandkarte der Schweiz in 8 Blättern, nach der eidgenössischen topographischen Karte. Sixieme Carte Murale de la Suizze en 8 feuilles, réduite de la carte topographicque du général Dufour.

      1860 - Zurich: Heinrich Keller, c.1860. Lithograph with original colour. 8 sheets conjoined, dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 1170 x 1770mm, brass hanging rings with cord, original board covers. Map in very fine condition, slight wear to covers. A huge wall map of Switzerland, with the title and key in German, French and Italian, with hatchuring used to mark the mountains. The key lists icons for cities, castles, chateaux, monasteries, baths, mines, roads, canals, rainroads, waterfalls, glaciers and caves.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
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        GA aus halber Vogelschau, im Vgr. die Hafenanlagen, "Vogel-Perspecktive der Stadt, Häfen und Forts von Odessa".

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. A. Kaiser ( Druck J. Höfelich ) b. Neumann in Wien, um 1860, 29 x 51,5. Sehr dek. Panorama der Stadt. Unter der Darstellung Erklärungen von 1- 30.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Gesamtans., m. Watzmann.

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte v. Sandmann ( Druck bei J. Höfelich) n. Würthle, um 1860, 38,5 x 50. Seltenes Blatt. Karbacher u.a, Berchtesgaden in alten Ansichten, S. 42 mit ganzs. Abb. - Restauriert. Unten links und rechts der weiße Rand ergänzt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Die Territorien der Mark Brandenburg oder Geschichte der einzelnen Kreise, Städte, Rittergüter und Dörfer in derselben, als Fortsetzung des Landbuchs Kaiser Karls IV. bearbeitet von E. Fidicin, Stadt-Archivar. Band 3 (von 4) separat: Das Havelland. I. Der Kreis West-Havelland. II. Der Kreis Ost-Havelland. III. Der Kreis Zauche.

      Berlin, Selbstverlag des Verfassers, 1860. - FL4135 25,5 x 20 cm. Pappband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Titel auf rotem Rückenschild. Der Einband ist stärker bestoßen, mit größeren Fehlstellen des Bezugspapiers. Ausgeschiedenes Bibliotheksexemplar mit den entspr. Stempeln und Signaturen. XL, 72 / XX, 68 / XXXII, 87 (1) Seiten mit 2 ausfaltbaren, grenzcolorierten Karten 1) des Havellandes und der Zauche vom Jahre 1375. 2) Havelland und Zauche in vorchristlicher Zeit. Die Karten sind jeweils an einem Falz bis zu 14 cm mit säurefreiem Filmoplast hinterlegt, die zweite neu eingehangen. Das Papier ist leicht randgebräunt. Durchgehend mit einigen Rotstift- und Blaustift-Anstreichungen sowie Anmerkungen mit Bleistift. Der sonstige Innenzustand dieses seltenen Werkes ist jedoch sauber. Jeder Teil hat ein Orts- und Personenregister. 1020

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung Carl Wegner]
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        Reminiscences of General Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane of Brisbane and Makerstoun, Bart

      Edinburgh: Thomas Constable, 1860. Quarto, frontispiece and three lithographs, some browning of the preliminaries and foxing of the plates, good in original red cloth with gilt blocked arms, thumbed, front joint splitting. Scarce biographical memoir of Sir Thomas Brisbane who succeeded Lachlan Macquarie as Governor of New South Wales between 1821 and 1825. This detailed account includes his early years of military service in Jamaica, the war against Napoleon's armies in Spain as well as Brisbane's time in Australia. He governed at a turbulent time in the colony, implementing major land grant reforms that proved widely unpopular, yet was considered a fair and honest administrator nonetheless. Under Brisbane's direction, two new convict settlements were founded at Norfolk Island and at Moreton Bay in Queensland, where the city bearing his name now stands. Brisbane's memoirs reveal a man whose reputation as a scientist equalled his fame as a military commander and colonial administrator. A lengthy chapter is devoted to his achievements as an astronomer. While serving in the West Indies in 1795 Brisbane was aboard a vessel that narrowly escaped destruction on a reef due to the poor navigation by her officers. So began an interest in navigation and astronomy that became a lifelong passion. Brisbane founded the second observatory in Scotland in 1808 and a his curiosity for the skies of the southern hemisphere was a prime motivation in accepting the governorship of New South Wales. Under his watchful eye, construction of the Parramatta observatory commenced within months of his arrival in the colony. Brisbane was a long-term member of the Royal Society and in 1832 was elected President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. In 1828 he was awarded the gold medal of the Royal Astronomical Society of London for founding the Parramatta observatory. Significantly, this book includes the address of six pages delivered by renowned astronomer John Herschel at the ceremony. A contemporary inscription indicates this copy was originally owned by a member of the 34th regiment commanded by Brisbane from 1826. Interestingly, two of the Brisbane family armorial plates have been attached to the front endpaper by a later owner.

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        (Landhaus in Hamburg mit Garten). Farbig lavierte Original-Bleistiftzeichnung, auf Trägerpapier montiert. Unten rechts monogrammiert T.R. und datiert.

      Hamburg 1860.. 28,5 x 45,5 cm. An den Rändern und Ecken etwas knitterig, oben mit kleinem Einriß. Das Trägerpapier etwas knitterig und mit kleinen Quetschfalten. Nebenstehende Abbildung ist aus zwei Bildern zusammengesetzt, der senkrechte Absatz in der Bildmitte existiert im Original nicht. [SW - Ansicht, Ansichten, Hamburgensien, Hamburgensie].

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Heinz Tessin]
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      - A nice leather album with photographs both carte-de-viste and tintypes featuring an early and scarce Ulysses S. Grant image, two relatives who served Co. A Regiment, New Hampshire Vol. Infantry(with family notes) and other family members [Photography] Besides the U.S. Grant (circa. 1860-63) appointed Major General (an uncommon photograph), the two relatives, an unidentified Union officer named Drake, and an unidentified soldier, there are thirty-six other photographs including tintypes and some hand colored or tinted in Album dated January 1, 1864. Very nice

      [Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA]
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        Das Brandenburger Thor.

      . Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. Borchel b. Sachse & Co., um 1860, 16,5 x 24. Nicht bei Kiewitz; Ernst, Borchel, Nr. 32. - Die Darstellung im Oval. Blick vom Pariser Platz auf das Brandenburger Tor.

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        Autograph letter signed in the third person to “Miss Smith.”

      London, 1860. <p>Hooker, William Jackson (1785-1865). Autograph letter signed in the third person to &#147;Miss Smith.&#148; Kew Gardens, July 26, 1860. 2pp. plus integral blank. 184 x 114 mm. Traces of mounting and mounting removal on verso of blank leaf, but very good otherwise. </p><p>From botanist William J. Hooker, the first full-time director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew and author of over two dozen works on botany. Hooker was appointed head of the Royal Botanic Gardens in 1841; under his leadership Kew grew from eleven acres to its present size of nearly 300 acres, and its collections vastly increased, largely due to a network of Hooker&#146;s former students who brought in specimens from around the world. </p><p>In this letter, written in his capacity as director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Hooker refuses &#147;Miss Smith&#146;s&#148; request for plant specimens: </p><p>"Sir Wm. Hooker presents his compliments to Miss Smith, & begs to assure her that it is quite impossible to meet the views & wishes & applications for plants, of Amateur Botanists. All would instantly come to Kew for their supply:&#151;& it is the less needful, seeing that the plants enumerated in the enclosed list are provided by Nurserymen, & their stock increased, for the express purpose of supplying the public with what they need."</p>

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      um 1860.. . Gesamtansicht über die Regnitz aus südöstlicher Richtung. Lithographie von und nach Gustav Frank bei Königlich Lithographischer Anstalt in Berlin, um 1860. 33,6 x 57 cm. - Auf festes Papier montiert, dort hs. in Druckbuchstaben bez.; das Blatt selber bis auf den Rand beschnitten, obere rechte Ecke mit minimalen Verlusten; Etwas gebräunt und gewellt; im unteren Bildbereich fehlt eine Stelle von ca. 7 x 3,5 cm (Weg und Buschwerk), die mit Tusche unfachmännisch ausgebessert wurde; dort ein unauffälliger Rissfortsatz. - Trotz des Verlustes in dieser einen Stelle bleibt die Darstellung äußerst dekorativ und malerisch. Dem Betrachter wird die gesamte Stadt vor Augen gelegt, vom Altenstein ganz links bis zu St. Gangolf rechts. Durch das ansteigende Gelände treten die bestimmenden Gebäude (Dom, Residenz, Kloster St. Michael) klar hervor. Einige Repousoirbäume im Vordergrund ragen weit in den Himmel und teilen das Bild geschickt, sodass der Blick des Betrachters auf das Stadtzentrum gelenkt wird. In den weiten Wiesen des Vorgergrundes sind Spaziergänger unterwegs, die dem Auge die Dimensionen verdeutlichen. Gustav Frank hat vergleichbare Ansichten von zahlreichen deutschen Städten geschaffen, die alle zu den qualitätvollsten Veduten aus jener Zeit zählen.

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      [Charleston, S.C.: Evans and Cogswell, Dec. 18 or 19, 1860].. Broadside, 13 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches. Stained along the left edge. Wrinkles and old folds. Heavily tape-repaired on the verso. Good. In a half morocco box. A very rare draft printing, likely the earliest printing, of the South Carolina Secession Ordinance, apparently printed for the use of the seven-member committee appointed to draft the ordinance by which South Carolina seceded from the Union, precipitating the Civil War. It is thus one of the most important printed documents of the entire Civil War. After Lincoln&#39;s election, South Carolina moved vigorously to follow through its threat to secede from the Union. A secession convention was called, and assembled at Charleston on Dec. 17, 1860. Their entire business was to debate the issue of secession, which they favored overwhelmingly, and to settle on the wording of a secession ordinance. The ordinance drafting committee created the present text, and within three days, the 169 members of the Convention voted unanimously for the ordinance. This is the printing of the ordinance that was made for the use of the seven members of the committee appointed to draft the secession ordinance, and is likely its earliest printing. The ordinance is set up in the form of a "slip bill" or "reading bill," familiar to most delegates as the typical form of a legislative bill in working draft, with the body of the text in numbered, double-spaced lines to facilitate the making of corrections. Textually, it is identical to the final draft version of the ordinance as distributed to the members of the full secession convention for their final vote. It differs from that later printing slightly in form however; the present version is printed in a much plainer manner, and does not italicize the title of the ordinance or the preamble, as is found in the later printing. Also, in the title of the ordinance, "America" is hyphenated "Ame-rica," indicating the work of a printer who was not as concerned with aesthetic appeal as they would have been for the final product presented to the full convention. Though without an imprint, this version was likely printed by Evans and Cogswell, who were printers to the secession convention. Following the title, given above, the text reads: "We, the People of the State of South Carolina, in Convention assembled, do declare and ordain, and it is hereby declared and ordained, That the Ordinance adopted by us in Convention, on the twenty-third day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight, whereby the Constitution of the United States of America was ratified, and also, all Acts and parts of Acts of the General Assembly of this State, ratifying amendments of the said Constitution, are hereby repealed; and that the union now subsisting between South Carolina and other States, under the name of &#39;The United States of America,&#39; is hereby dissolved." Presumably, only a small number of copies would have been printed for the use of the seven-member ordinance drafting committee, and we are aware of only three other copies that have survived. One of those is in the Robert Barnwell Rhett papers at the Charleston Museum, and contains marginal annotations, presumably in Rhett&#39;s own hand. Rhett was a member of the secession ordinance drafting committee. There are also copies at Emory University and at the College of Charleston. Parrish & Willingham and Crandall both locate a copy at the Huntington Library, but according to the Huntington Library catalogue their holdings are of two, different, later printings of the secession ordinance. We are not aware of any copies of this first draft printing of the South Carolina Secession Ordinance to appear in the market. By comparison, a copy of the "slip bill" version that was presented to the consideration of the full convention was sold by this firm to the collector, Jay Snider, and reappeared at his auction at Christie&#39;s in 2005 where it sold for $66,000. PARRISH & WILLINGHAM 3795. CRANDALL 1888. SABIN 87444 (ref).

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        "St. Giles. Engl(ischer) Vollblut Hengst 4 Jahre alt, nach Womersly. Gewinner des ersten Staatspreises 1858 in Wien". Im Stall nach rechts stehend.

      . Altkol. Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Otto Stotz bei Reiffenstein & Rösch, Wien, um 1860, 36 x 47 cm.. English full-blood stallion St.Giles, 4 years old, after Womersly. Winner of the first price of the state of Austria at Vienna, 1858. Lithograph, contemporarily coloured, drawn and lithographed by Otto Stotz, edited by Reiffenstein & Rösch, Vienna.

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        4 eigenh. Briefe m. Unterschrift.,

      Laxenburg-Wien, o. J. (um 1860). - Gräfin Esterházy &#132;war Hofdame und eine enge Vertraute der österreichischen Erzherzogin Sophie, der Mutter des Kaisers Franz Joseph I. von Österreich. Von Erzherzogin Sophie wurde sie auch für das Amt der Oberhofmeistern, der sog. &#130;Ersten Gesellschaftsdame&#145;, bei Kaiserin Elisabeth ausgesucht. Im August 1853 begegnete sie erstmals der jungen Sissi, als sie ihr in Bad Ischl zu ihrer Verlobung mit Kaiser Franz Joseph I. gratulierte. Im April 1854 wurde sie Elisabeths Oberhofmeisterin. Sie war fast 56 Jahre alt, als sie das Amt der Oberhofmeisterin erhielt und galt als &#130;sittenstrenge, zeremoniöse Frau&#145;; außerdem war sie für ihre erzkonservative Haltung bekannt. Sie übernahm bei Kaiserin Elisabeth de facto die Funktion einer Gouvernante. Elisabeth fasste vom ersten Augenblick an eine tiefe Abneigung gegen Gräfin Esterházy-Liechtenstein; sie empfand sie als &#130;Aufpasserin&#145;. Esterházy-Liechtenstein wurde allerdings von einzelnen Mitgliedern des Hofstaats ebenso wegen ihrer gouvernantenhaften Haltung gegenüber Elisabeth kritisiert; auch, dass sie Elisabeth in den Familienklatsch der Hocharistokratie einzuweihen versuchte, obwohl Elisabeth dafür kein wirkliches Interesse zeigte, wurde negativ vermerkt. Esterházy-Liechtenstein betrachtete dies jedoch als eine ihrer Aufgaben. Sie war, im Auftrag von Erzherzogin Sophie, im April und Mai 1854 auch bei den Flitterwochen von Franz Joseph I. und Elisabeth auf Schloss Laxenburg anwesend, um eventuelle Verstöße der Kaiserin gegen die Etikette an Erzherzogin Sophie berichten zu können. Im Juni 1854 begleitete sie das Kaiserpaar auf dessen erste Auslandsreise nach Böhmen und Mähren. Im Winter 1860 wurde ihr von Kaiserin Elisabeth mitgeteilt, dass sie sie auf ihrer Reise nach Madeira nicht begleiten werde und dass sie von einer anderen Hofdame, der jungen Mathilde zu Windisch-Grätz, vertreten werde. Während Elisabeths Madeiraaufenthalt übernahm sie, gemäß den Weisungen von Erzherzogin Sophie, die Erziehung der beiden Kinder Elisabeths, der Erzherzogin Gisela von Österreich und, gemeinsam mit Baronin Karoline Walden, auch die des Kronprinzen Rudolf. Im November 1861 - Erzherzogin Sophie hatte sich diesmal durchsetzen können - reiste sie gemeinsam mit Kaiser Franz Joseph I. und den beiden Kindern Gisela und Rudolf zu Elisabeth, die sich seit Ende Oktober 1861 in Venedig aufhielt; von dort berichtete sie Erzherzogin Sophie ausführlich über Elisabeth und ihre Kinder. Während des Venedigaufenthalts kam es mehrfach zu Streitigkeiten zwischen ihr und Kaiserin Elisabeth wegen der Erziehungsmethoden der Gräfin. Esterházy-Liechtenstein bestand darauf, dass die von Erzherzogin Sophie angeordneten Erziehungsprinzipien genauestens eingehalten wurden. Elisabeth forderte daraufhin die Entlassung der Gräfin. Anfang 1862, wohl im Laufe des Jänner 1862, wurde Esterházy-Liechtenstein von Kaiser Franz Joseph I. als Oberhofmeisterin entlassen. Ihre Nachfolgerin wurde Pauline von Königsegg, Gräfin Bellegarde. Kaiser Franz Joseph I. verabschiedete sich persönlich von ihr, dankte ihr für ihre Dienste und überreichte ihr als Zeichen seiner Dankbarkeit ein wertvolles Armband mit seinem Porträt. Esterházy-Liechtenstein kehrte daraufhin von Venedig nach Wien zurück. Sie starb im Juni 1869 in Wien und wurde in der Liechtenstein'schen Familiengruft in Wranau beigesetzt. Bei ihrer Beerdigung in Wranau in der Liechtenstein-Gruft waren auch Kaiser Franz Joseph I. und Kaiserin Elisabeth anwesend" (Wikipedia). - Der Empfänger der auf Französisch abgefassten Briefe ist Jacques (Jacob) Mislin (1807-1878). Der aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen stammende Mislin konnte dank seines Onkels an der berühmten Lehranstalt von Porrentruy im Schweizer Kanton Bern studieren, wo er nicht viel später auch selbst unterrichten sollte. Der 1830 zum Priester geweihte kath. Theologe wurde 1836 auf Vermittlung des Grafen von Bombelle an den Wiener Hof berufen, wo er einer der Lehrer der Söhne von Erzherzog Franz Karl und Erzherzogin Sophie wurde und damit sowohl [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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