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        CATALOGUE OF FISHES, MOLLUSCA, ZOOPHYTES, &c., &c. [caption title].

      Boston. August 3, 1860. - Broadside, 14 x 9 inches. Some light foxing. Old fold lines. Some small chips and tears around the edges. Very good. Broadside advertising the contents of the tanks at the Boston Aquarial Gardens, later renamed the Boston Aquarial and Zoological Gardens. When first established in 1859 by James Cutting, the Gardens were devoted solely to marine life. In the spring of 1860, it undertook a change in direction with the inclusion of zoology, as is already evidenced in this broadside, which advertises kangaroos, bears, monkeys, rats, as well as several species of birds and reptiles. The Gardens was acquired by P.T. Barnum in the summer of 1862 and closed in 1863, its holdings relocated to Barnum's museum in New York. The contents of forty tanks are listed here, as well as fourteen cases holding zoological life. Posting open hours of 9 A.M. to 10 P.M., with a daily fish-feeding at 11 A.M., the broadside warns patrons to "always look through that part of the glass nearest the object" in order to prevent dizziness. OCLC locates only four similar items.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Manuscript - HMS Donegal - French Intervention in Mexico

      England 1860 - United Kingdom, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, 25 August 1860 - 12 May 1862. Manuscript logbook kept by an ambitious and diligent officer onboard the HMS Donegal, one year of which was served under the command of Arctic explorer and Admiral Sherard Osborn, conveying British troops and guns to Mexico for the War of the French Intervention. Qto. 63 pages. Volume measures approximately 19 x 23 cm. Indication of moisture to some leaves, otherwise in very good condition, bound in marbled paper wrappers representative of the period, labeled to front. Featuring one year's service in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean on HMS Donegal commanded by Sherard Osborn, together with HMS Sans Pareil and HMS Conqueror, recording daily, and sometimes hourly, the ship's course, the choice and changing of sails, coaling and loading, the order of the day, and any unusual events, this chronicle of life at sea was penned by an unidentified Royal Navy Officer whose rank appears to be that of 'Master.' In November 1861 HMS Donegal was one of a number of ships transporting troops to Mexico, and in February 1862 she assisted the recovery of equipment and stores from the wreck of her sister HMS Conqueror. Two thirds of the volume, 40 pages, document the vessel's movements under the direction of Captain Sherard Osborn, 19 pages of which pertain to the French Intervention in Mexico. Numerous other ships are named throughout, mainly British but also Spanish and French. Contemporary to the start of the American Civil War, the officer also makes note of American vessels in the Gulf of Mexico including the frigate USS Potomac attached to the Gulf Blockading Squadron. From May 1861 to June 1862, Admiral Sherard Osborn commanded Donegal in the Gulf of Mexico. On 24 July 1861 she returned to England with 36 military invalids and 6 convicts from the Gibraltar garrison, as well as three naval invalids from the St. Jean d'Acre. Returning for service in the Caribbean, on 5 November 1861 she was passing Antigua, and on the 10th Puerto Rico. On 16 December 1861 she was anchored at Port Royal in Jamaica where many other British vessels were present. From there she sailed to Bermuda, and on 24 December she was "steaming through Caicos passage." Always on the move, by the 1st of January 1862 she was moored and coaling at Bermuda, from where she also supplied HMS Nile with guns, etc. On 22 January she enters the Port of Havana in Cuba, staying there for one week, then proceeding to Vera Cruz fro provisions, then back to Havana, and so forth. The volume ends on the voyage from Bermuda to England in May. Excerpts from the manuscript: 18 May 1861. "Captain [Sherard] Osborn read his commission. -- Broadhead discharged HMS Asia. ship drifted down near Trafalgar." 24 July 1861. "At anchor Plymouth Sound. Discharged convicts and invalids." 16 December 1861. "Running along the land under sail & steam. 2.30 furled sails. At anchor Conqueror, Barracouta, Mercury Himalaya. 5.30 HMS Sans Pareil anchored. At Anchor in Port Royal Harbour. " 1-2 January 1862. ".anchorage in Grassy Bay [Bermuda], supplied HMS Nile with Armstrong guns. Mail arrived bringing the news of the death of Prince Albert." 6 January 1862. "Coaling and setting up for rigging. news of Conqueror being on shore on Rum Cay [Bahamas]. HMS Diadem sailed. " 13 January 1862. "Watling Island [Bahamas]. HMS Conqueror on shore on Rum Cay by two o'clock saw that she was broken backed & not the slightest hope of getting her off. Captain communicated." 17 January 1862. "Steaming after a French vessel supposed to be a slaver; found her to be a Man of War." 22 January 1862. "Came to in Havana harbour in 6 1/2 pms. St. George, a large French & Spanish squadron at anchor. Find minute guns. Foreigners topped there yards & also fired minute guns on account of the death of Prince Albert. " 31 January 1862. "At Havana. Spending a very pleasant time at Havana." 13-14 February 1862. [Vera Cruz] "A court martial on board. A Spanish War steamer

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        Report on The Art of War in Europe in 1854, 1855, and 1856. From His Notes and Observations Made as a Member of the Military Commission to the Theater of War in Europe, Under the Orders of Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War

      George W. Bowman, Printer, Washington 1860 - First edition. Thick quarto. 287pp. Decorative chromolithographic title page, many plates, including many folding plates. Rebound in quarter calf and marbled papercovered boards with red leather spine label. Contemporary owner's name, small nicks and tears to the edges of a couple of leaves of one of the oversize folding plates, else a pleasing and tight, near fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Philadelphia. . 1860 - 413pp. 12mo. Modern paper boards. Ex-lib. with ink stamp on titlepage and a few text leaves, some pages with minor staining, but overall very good. A rare whaling narrative and Pacific voyage. Whitecar was aboard the whaling barque, Pacific, out of New Bedford, cruising the south Atlantic and Indian oceans before whaling off southwest Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, then returning to New Bedford by the same route. A colorful, detailed account. Not in Hill or Ferguson. HOWES W373. FORSTER 101.

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        La Sovranità temporale dei Romani Pontefici propugnata nella sua integrità dal suffragio dell'orbe cattolico, regnante Pio IX, l'anno XIV.

      Civiltà cattolica., Roma. 1860 - 15 voll., in 8°, br., ogni vol. è di ca. 900 pp. Intonsi. Barbe. Sciolto il vol. I, parte prima, seconda, quinta e settima, la prima anche priva della cop. ant., sciolta quella della seconda parte. Lievi mende alle copp. Gore. Disponiamo: 1-2-3) Vol. I: L'Episcopato - Parte 1^, 2^ e 3^, Italia, Francia, Belgio, Svizzera, Austria, Alemagna, Olanda. 4-5) Vol. I: L'Episcopato - Parte 5^ e 6^, Inghilterra, Irlanda, Scozia, America Inglese, Il resto dell'Europa, Asia, Africa, Oceania, con un'appendice generale. 6) Vol. I: L'Episcopato cattolico - Parte settima. 7-8-9-10-11-12-13) Vol. II, Indirizzi Collettivi, Parte 1^,2^,3^,4^,5^,6^ - Italia, tomo I: Stati Pontifici, Italia, tomo II: Due Sicilie, Toscana, Modena, Piacenza, Lombardo Veneto, Stati Sardi, Malta, Francia, Belgio, Svizzera, Austria, Alemagna, Olanda, Spagna, Portogallo, America Spagnuola e Portoghese, Inghilterra, Irlanda, Scozia, America, Il resto dell'Europa, Asia, Africa, Oceania, col supplemento a tutta la raccolta. 14) L'Episcopato : Aggiunta all'appendice generale che si trova nel vol. I della parte sesta. 15) Principatus Temporalis Romanorum Pontificum in sua integritate propugnatus totius orbis catholici suffragio regnante Pio IX, annis XIV-XVIII, Epilogus generalis totius collectionis. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      [Fort Putnam, N.Y. ca. 1860]. - Watercolor on paper, 9 3/4 x 12 3/4 inches. Laid down on modern card, matted. Signed in lower left corner: "W F Friend." Colors clean and fresh. In fine condition. A fine watercolor by Washington F. Friend of the Hudson River as seen from Fort Putnam. A single figure in a red coat in the foreground provides scale as well as a touch of contrast to the predominant brown, blue, green, and grey tones used to portray the river and surrounding woods and hills and a partially cloudy sky. Several ships can be viewed on the Hudson and a village across the river is also depicted. In the foreground on the right side can be seen part of a brick wall, perhaps part of the fort's fortification. Friend (circa 1820-86), a painter and topographic artist who specialized in watercolors, is particularly well known for his work in the American West. "After failed business, he became an itinerant artist, sketching in Utah, California, Colorado, and Montana and painted a panorama which was exhibited in Canada and the eastern U.S." - Falk. Following a three-year journey through the western United States and Canada, Friend displayed his work in panoramic form as one element in a theatrical event which included music and recitations. The show toured in the northeast and England. Upon his return to the United States, he continued to paint and exhibit his work. A fine mid-19th-century watercolor view of the Hudson River as seen from the West Point area. Falk, WHO WAS WHO IN AMERICAN ART, 1564-1975 I, p.1202. Hughes, ARTISTS IN CALIFORNIA, p.192.

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        The Mill On The Floss

      William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London 1860 - Three octavo volumes; publisher's orange-brown cloth, decoratively stamped in blind and lettered in gilt on spines; [x],359; [viii],319; [viii],313pp. 16pp of publisher's ads at end of volume III; Carter's first state of volume I, without the inserted ad leaf. Cream yellow endpapers, with binder's ticket of Edmonds & Remnants to rear pastedown of volume I. First volume expertly restored at spine ends, else a clean, original and well-preserved set. Early ownership signature ("Evelyn Maud Challis") to each volume; scattered foxing to texts; Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Mill on the Floss. In Three Volumes.

      William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh 1860 - First edition. 3 vols. Brown cloth, gilt. Possibly ex-Murdie's Circulating Library, some signs of labels having been removed from upper boards. Spine ends a little chipped and torn with cloth splitting a little along hinges, corners bumped. Internally a very clean copy. VG- [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Mill on the Floss

      Edinburgh and London - William Blackwood and Sons 1860 - The complete set of this highly sought after work from prolific author, and pseudonym for Mary Ann Evans,George Eliot. First edition. Sadleir 816a; Carter Variant B. With the original publishers' catalogue to the rear of volume three, and all volumes featuring their original half titles. Like other novels by George Elliot, The Mill on the Floss articulates the tension between circumstances and the spiritual energies of individual characters struggling against those circumstances. The two main themes of the novel, growing up and falling in love, lend themselves to amusement, but it is stunted growth and frustrated love that are emphasised. Commentators have often focused on the constant rejection of Maggie's talents and mannerisms by her family and society. Even the cultural norms of her community deny her intellectual and spiritual growth, according to Elizabeth Ermarth, They are norms according to which she is an inferior, dependent creature who will never go far in anything, and which consequently are a denial of her full humanity. Complete in three volumes. Condition: Inembellished cloth bindings, with gilt lettering to the spines. Externally,lightly rubbed, with slight wear to the extremities and spines. Verylightmarks to the front boards. Some straining to thehinges, but still holding firm. Internally, generally firmly bound, with instances of spotting, and handling marks. Binder's label to the rear hinge. Overall: GOOD. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Mill on the Floss 3 Volumes

      William Blackwood and Sons, London 1860 - These three volumes are bound in the original brown blindstamped cloth, with gilt titles anddecorations on spine, Volume 1 has a small ink stain on front board. All three volumes have a very faint, almost invisible, mark on the front board where a label has been removed - looks like a lending library label - may not be apparent in a photograph. Some very minor foxing. Vol. 1 - very fresh and clean endpapers, with some wear at inner hinge. Pages vi, 361. Corners a littleturned in.Top and tail of spine lightly rubbed. Vol. 2 - pages vi, 319 - otherwise as vol. 1. Vol. 3 - pages vi, last 2 uncut, 313, plus 16 page Blackwood catalogue. A very nice, clean and attractive set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Duncan's Masonic Ritual and Monitor: Guide to the Three Symbolic Degrees of the Ancient York Rite

      DICK & FITZGERALD, PUBLISHER 1860C, NEW YORK - beautiful condition slight dulling of gilt lettered spine. front cover has Ecclesiastes chapter XII open with framing square and compass overlapping WITH VERY DECORATIVE CURLING OF GILT LETTERING. Impress design to back cover. Black and white illustrations. DATE PUBLISHED: 1860C EDITION: 231 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Mill on the Floss

      Edinburgh and London - William Blackwood and Sons 1860 - The complete set of this highly sought after work from prolific author, and pseudonym for Mary Ann Evans,George Eliot. First edition. Sadleir 816a; Wolff 2060. With one page of the original publishers' catalogue to the rear of volume three, and two volumes featuring their original half titles. Like other novels by George Elliot, The Mill on the Floss articulates the tension between circumstances and the spiritual energies of individual characters struggling against those circumstances. The two main themes of the novel, growing up and falling in love, lend themselves to amusement, but it is stunted growth and frustrated love that are emphasised. Commentators have often focused on the constant rejection of Maggie's talents and mannerisms by her family and society. Even the cultural norms of her community deny her intellectual and spiritual growth, according to Elizabeth Ermarth, They are norms according to which she is an inferior, dependent creature who will never go far in anything, and which consequently are a denial of her full humanity. Complete in three volumes. Condition: In original publishers' cloth bindings, with gilt lettering to the spines. Externally, a trifle rubbed, with wear and loss to the extremities and spines. Chipping to the head and tail of spines. Light damp staining to the boards, and sunning to the spines, as well asone front board. Three joints are starting, and all hinges are tender. Internally, generally firmly bound, with instances of spotting, and handling marks. Tide marks to volume ones endpapers. Bookseller ink stamps to the front pastedown of two volumes. Overall: GOOD ONLY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        British North America : reports of progress together with a preliminary and general report on the Assinniboine and Saskatchewan exploring expedition, made under instructions from the provincial secretary, Canada.

      London : Printed by G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode. 1860 - Second edition. size of binding: 8 ¼ in. x 13 1/8 in., 219 pp., 6 folded maps, some with color outlines, 2 plates, in-text illustrations. Original, blue paper printed covers bound in. Bound in dark blue cloth & marbled paper-covered boards, with gilt titling on the spine. An uncommon edition of this report. A well-preserved copy. References: Wagner-Camp (4th ed.), 330:3. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Longman, Green, Longman, London 1860 - Signed binding by Bickers. Marbled endleaves and free edges. Covers lined in gilt. Spines have six panels, gilt designs, and leather titles. Joints are just slightly weakened, endleaves are foxed. Bindings show modest scuffing. Neat ink inscription on preliminary page of Volume 1, dated Xmas/65. These attractive volumes contain half-titles, three colored maps (two of which are folding), four colored plans, one folding chart, twenty chromoxylographs, and numerous woodcuts in the text. An outstanding narrative by Mr. Hind, "who lived almost constantly among the Crees and Chippewas, whose habits and peculiarities he was most eager to study". (Sabin). 494,472pp. See Sabin 31934, Abbey Travel 630 Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts., London. 1860 - .TWO VOLUME SET. Vol. I:. [xx, 494, 2pp]. Vol. II:. [xvi, 472, 3pp]. Rebacked with original stamped burgundy boards, original spine with gilt lettering laid down. ILLUSTRATED WITH 11 MAPS (THREE FOLDING), CHROMOXYLOGRAPHS, AND WOODCUTS, ALL COLLATED. "During this exploration, Mr. Hind lived almost constantly among the Crees and Chippeways, whose habits and peculiarities he was most eager to study, and prompt to record. Everything in their life had not only the charm of novelty to him, but as a man of science, he was anxious to observe all the facts which may prove steppingstones in tracing their origin and their history."- SABIN 31934. Hind's duties in connection with the expedition as its Geologist and Naturalist was to examine the lines and state of the communication thence to Fort Garry, comprising a description of the main geological features of the country and whatever pertained to its natural history. Ex-library. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage au Pays des Mormons Relation; Geographic Histoire Naturelle .

      Paris 1860 - 2 volumes, 8vo. Contemporary ¼ green calf and marbled boards. lxxvii, 432 ; viii, 544 pp., 10 plates and 1 map. Very good with some rubbing to binding. Internally fine. Wagner-Camp 364: “Remy and his companion Julius Lucius Brenchley traveled from San Francisco to Salt Lake City in the summer of 1855. After a month's stay they left for Los Angeles, which they reached on November 29, and then returned to San Francisco.” Extensive information on the early Mormons. Flake 6866, Howes R210, Graff 3461, Monaghan 1220, Wheat (Transmississippi) 1014 “Remy was a good mapmaker, as well as a raconteur.” [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hawaiian Missionary (Related) - 1860 - ALS

      - 1860 2pp letter from William P. Simerson addressed to William R. Lawrence sent from Napoopoo "direct to Kealakeakua, Hawaii, Sandwich Islands." Simerson writes, ".I have got a second wife Miss Victoria Thornton of English parentage. I still work at my trade masonry and no scarcity of work. Iam the only mason on the island of Hawaii. I still have hopes of coming home some time in the future.

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      Mr Mitchell, Publisher to the Queen, Chromo-Lithographed by Day & Son, no date [ca.1860s]., London - Original red bevel edge cloth lettered and decorated in gilt and blind. Modern rebacking of matching red morocco, gilt titled, cloth inner hinges. 25 colour plates on 13 heavy leaves, all edges gilt. Some professional repairs at outer corners and edges of covers; small chip at bottom edge of front free endpaper; scattered foxing to margins but only a few of the plates show any foxing at all; separation at fore edge of two leaves (a very easy repair if desired); else a VG tight copy, plates bright and clean. The leaves (all but the last) have a colour plate on each side mounted within a heavy card frame, two frames joined to make each leaf. >>> Old ink inscription on front free endpaper "Given to my Father, Rev Rufus W. Clark, D.D. at Albany, N.Y. - January first - 1868 by General Stephen Van Rensselaer." Tipped in at inner edge of one leaf (the other is loose) is a two page letter signed from Stephen Van Rensselaer to Clarke dated 1 Jan., 1868, headed "Manor House", with his printed monogram, 8 x 5 inches, folded twice, short tears to two folds, else fine. The text is in a secretarial hand, which perhaps isn't such a pity. as Ms Clark was confused about which Van Rensselaer gave the book to her father. It has to have been Stephen Van Rensselar IV (1789-1868), one of the largest land-holders in New York, the son of the distinguished War of 1812 general and politician Stephen Van Rensselaer III (1764-1839). IV found himself involved a the 30 year Anti-Rent Wars when the estate was divided. Van Rensselaer IV writes "Dear Doctor, Among the many books I have overlooked, this one I send is the most artistic & beautiful in design & in execution. The title alone renders it somewhat inappropriate, as never has God's enchanted sun shine beamed more fully upon a family, than upon yours.Your, aged friend, S.V Rensselaer" ( the text body, in a secretarial hand, is in sepia ink, the signature in black ink). In pencil lightly on the back of the tipped in leaf is "This book belongs to Eliza W. Clark" >>> Biblical calligraphed texts with fancy illustrated borders, illustrated and decorated initials (some in gilt). Inspired by the medieval illuminated manuscript, but thoroughly High Victorian, a striking example. COPAC locates only one copy, at the Nat. Lib. of Scotland. WorldCat finds three - at Cal. State, Stanford, and Delaware. Note: heavy book, please enquire for shipping rate. Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Steam-Ship Quaker City 1,800 Tons Regular U.S. Mail Line between New York and Charleston. W.H. West, Commander] (proof before letters)

      [N.p. but New York, 1860. A very rare proof of this spectacular view, in Charleston Harbor, of the paddle steamer that took "Mark Twain" on an excursion to the Holy Land The schooner-rigged ocean paddle-steamer Quaker City was built in Philadelphia "for the express pupose of running between Philadelphia and Charleston [where the current scene is set. She also made ] ... "trips to Havana and the Gulf ports during the early part of career. She was very well designed and strongly built and was always a popular vessel" (India House p.108). During the Civil War she was seconded to the U.S. navy for blockading service, and then in 1867 she "carried a large excursion group to the Mediterranean and Holy Land, one of the first examples of an ocean mail steamer being employed on a yachting cruise ... One of her passengers on this cruise was Mark Twain [aka. Samuel Clemens], and he wrote the greater part of "Innocents Abroad" on board her." ( op.cit ). Cf. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Marine Collection to be found at India House (New York: 1935) item number 355; Parker & Bowen Mail and Passenger Steamships of the Nineteenth Century (London: 1928) p.245. Lithograph, proof before all letters, printed in colours by Macay & Herwig, drawn by J.L. Giles & Co., signed in the image 'J.L. Giles'. Good condition. Sheet size: 21 1/2 x 34 inches. Image size: 16 7/8 x 30 1/4 inches.

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        Traité sur les vins du Médoc et les autres vins rouges et blancs du département de la Gironde.

      - Bordeaux, Chaumas, 1860. In-8, (6)-IV-352 p. et (7) f., demi-chagrin noir, plats de percaline, (29) hors-texte, (2) cartes rehaussées, (5) tableaux dépliants, (1) grande carte dépliante rehaussée (défauts d'usage à la reliure). 4e édition revue, augmentée et accompagnée de 26 vues de châteaux des principaux domaines du Médoc, d'une grande carte rehaussée de la Gironde, de 2 cartes donnant la classification des vins rouges et des vins blancs, et de tableaux. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. Langue : Français

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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.

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        Travels, researches and missionary labours, during an eighteen years' residence in Eastern Africa.

      Trübner and Co., London 1860 - Subtitled: Together with Journeys to Jagga, Usambara, Ukambani, Shoa, Abessinia, and Khartum; and a coasting voyage from Mombaz to Cape Delgado. Half calf, 8vo., pp. [2], half title, li, 1, [1], 566, [2]. Frontispiece portrait of the author, one folding map (of two), coloured in outline and 12 beautiful tinted lithographs. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards, the spine elaborately gilt-tooled, divided by gilt-stamped raised bands into six compartments with a black gilt title label in the second compartment. All edges marbled. Some foxing, mainly on preliminary leaves and some very sporadic light foxing to the tinted plates. Lacking folding map at the rear, which has been torn out. Slight rubbing to extremities, some edge-wear and bumped corners, bookplate of private collector on front pastedown. Despite these flaws, it still is a very attractive copy of this important book on East Africa. Prince Ibrahim-Hilmy I, p.349. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        River St. Lawrence above Quebec Sheet XII Repentigny to Long Point.

      Office of the Admiralty, London 1860 - This map was engraved by J.& C. Walker and sold by J.D. Potter.Captain Bayfield was a prominent English surveyor of the Admiralty who surveyed the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence river., Size : 630x955 (mm), 24.75x37.625 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        The Address of the People of South Carolina Assembled in Convention, to the People of the Slaveholding States of the United States. Printed by Order of the Convention

      Charleston: Evans & Cogswell, Printers to the Convention. 1860. First. First edition. 16pp. Printed yellow wrappers. Small chip on the front wrap, but still very near fine. Important and early pamphlet espousing the Confederate cause. Housed in a slipcase. Scarce in wrappers. No printed copies located by OCLC. .

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        [Photo Album]: William Zay Family

      [Mansfield, Ohio. circa 1860-1890]. Small thick quarto, approximately 5.5" x 6.75". Contemporary full morocco, both boards with an elaborate design in deep relief, brass clasps with etched designs, gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt, printed moire endleaves. Very good with moderate rubbing. A nicely made album of family portraits, containing 27 original albumen photographs laid into the slots. Most are identified with small captions in pencil (two empty slots are also captioned). Moderate fading to some photographs, scattered soiling and tears to the margins, five photos have partially shifted in their slots, overall good or better. The photographs document the life and family of William Zay, a German-born immigrant and photographer from Mansfield, Ohio, from the Civil War through 1890. They include a portrait of the young Zay in uniform, when he served in the 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (he was promoted to first lieutenant in 1864), and later portraits of Zay, his wife Flora, and their children (Nellie and Clara). Also included are portraits of Zay's brother Frederick (an artist and photographer who worked in partnership with William), and related family. After the Civil War, Zay became a successful photographer, and it is likely that this album was made at or for his studio. A unique piece of Midwestern Americana. .

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        The Colored Fruit Book: For use of Nurseymen.

      Rochester, N.Y.: D.M. Dewey, 1860. - 4to., (11 2/8 x 9 inches). 64 chromolithographed and stencilled plates (many plates with expert repairs to verso and mounted on guards, some plates quite thumbed). Contemporary half black morocco, gilt, red morocco lettering-piece on the front cover, rebacked preserving the original spine, extremities worn). Provenance: with "H.H. Washburn" [?travelling seedsman] gilt stamped on the front cover; early pencilled ownership inscription on front free endpaper, and title-page. A travelling seedsman's custom-made sample catalogue assembled from stock plates, including examples produced by Dewey, but also plates lithographed for him by Kellogg of Rochester. "As Rochester's gardening flourished a local bookseller with an interest in the subject, D.M. Dewey, began to collect and publish coloured plates of fruit, flowers, shrubs, and fruit-bearing or purely ornamental trees. Selections of these plates sold by Dewey and others from the 1850s to the last decade of the century were usually bound into pocket-sized books about ten by six inches with stout leather covers, often stamped with the name of the nursery or the salesman offering the plants portrayed within. Dewey also recognised the wider appeal of the coloured plates described by Charles van Ravenswaay as 'an innovation in American popular art' ("A Nineteenth-Century Garden", 1977, page 20.). Their polychromic attractions were extended to a larger audience in small selections from a larger-sized series presented in decorative bindings, . the earliest plates were simple watercolours, but later, as the demand grew, the technique of theorem paintings coloured with the help of stencils was used to multiply the number of copies as quickly and as cheaply as possible. Later still engraved or lithographed outlines were coloured by hand, and finally chromolithographs printed in colour began to replace more laborious procedures, though some of these were finished by hand too. Most of these processes involved the labour of teams of artists and colourists, one or two of whom went on to establish themselves as rivals to Dewey, though none achieved the same success" (Oak Spring Pomona 64). For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Halbfigur nach halbrechts im Oval der Gemahlin des Königs Franz II. beider Sizilien und Schwester der Kaiserin Elisabeth von Österreich, im schulterfreien Kleid mit Spitzenärmeln, unten Inschrift.

      . Lithographie auf China von J. Melcher nach Schrotzberg bei Stoufs, Wien, um 1860, 26,5 x 22,5 cm.. Boetticher, Schrotzberg 18; Slg. Maillinger, Bd. I, Nr. 2107. - Die Tochter des Herzogs Maximilian von Bayern, des sog. "Zithermaxl", heiratete siebzehnjährig den letzten König beider Sizilien, Franz II. (1836-1894). Als tapfere Verteidigerin der Festung Gaeta wurde sie 1861 in ganz Europa berühmt. - Breitrandig.

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        Pasquino. Giornale umoristico, con caricature. Pubblicazione settimanale.

      S.t., Torino. 1860 - 3 voll., in 4°, in cart. ed. le prime due annate ed in m. pelle la terza. Ogni vol. è di ca. 500 pp. ed arricchito da numerosissime ill. , alcune anche a doppia pp. Disponiamo degli anni 1860, 1861 e 1868 completi. Fioriture. Tracce di tarletti che ledono raramente alcune lettere. Lievi mende alle copp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyages et découvertes dans l'Afrique Septentrionale et Centrale pendant les années 1849 à 1855.

      A. Bohné Et Fr. Van Meenen Et Cie 1860 - 4 volumes in-8 ( 220x140 mm ) demi basane brune. Titre et tomaison dorés sur dos lisse orné de filets dorés en place des nerfs. Mors et coiffes frottés.Traductionn de l'Allemand par Paul Ithier.Ouvrage orén de nombreuses planches hors-texte.Tome I. 370 pages.Portrait de Barth en frontispice.18 planches hors-texte.Introduction. Vayage vers Tripoli. Excursion dans les montagnes autour de Tripoli. De Tripoli à Moursouk. à Arrivée à Kano.Tome II. 318 pages.2 planches en couleurs hors-texte dont une en frontispice.Séjour à Kano. Voyage vers la capitale du Bornou. à . Excursion au Kanem.Tome III. 337 pages.1 planche en couleurs en frontispice.1 carte dépliante de l'Afrique Septentrionale.15 planches en noir hors-texte.Entrée dans le Pays des Mousgou. à . Voyage par eau de Sarayamo à Kabara. Arrivée à Tombouctou.Tome IV. 304 pages.1 planche en couleurs hors-texte en frontispice.18 planches en noir hors-texte.Esquisse historique sur Tombouctou et les principaux Etats riverains du Niger avant l'invasion des Foulbe. Description de Tombouctou. à . Dernier séjour à Koubaoua. Retour à Tripoli par le désert. Arrivée en Angleterre.Appendice. Afrique [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JOURNAL de la Société d?Agriculture des cinq cantons de la Suisse romande et à partir de 1862 JOURNAL de la Société d?Agriculture de la Suisse romande.Année 1860 (première année), 1861 - 1862 - 1863 - 1864 - 1865 - 1866 - 1867 - 1870 - 1871 - 1872 - 1873 - 1874 - 1875 - 1876 - 1877 - 1878 - 1879 - 1880 - 1884 - 1885 - 1886 - 1887 - 1890 - 1891 - 1896 - 1897 - 1899 - 1900 - 1901 - 1902 - 1903 - 1904 - 1905 - 1906 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1911- 1912 - 1913 - 1914 - 1915 - 1916 - 1917 et 1918 reliées en 27 volumes.

      1860 - 1918, Lausanne, 1860 - différentes reliures, demi-basane verte avec titre au dos doré pour les premières années, demi-parchemin et demi-percaline pour les autres années.

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        Plaisirs de l'enfance.

      Arnauld de Vresse,, Paris, 1860 - Paris, Arnauld de Vresse, (ca. 1860). (16) S. Mit 1 lithogr. Titel u. 15 lithogr. Tafeln von Roche nach A. de Vresse. Blindgepr. Leinenbd. d. Zt. mit floraler Deckelvergoldung u. goldgepr. Deckeltitel (bestossen). Durch uns nicht nachweisbares seltenes Werk über Kinderspiele wie Drachenfliegen, Tanzen, kleine Schiffe wässern, Kreiseln, Schaukeln, Bogenschiessen, Schlitteln, Schmetterlinge fangen, Marionetten- u. Kasperlitheater, Boggia u.a. - Mit Exlibris auf fest. Vorsatz u. Besitzerprägestempel auf dem lithogr. Titel. Gelenke angebrochen. Vorsätze stärker gebräunt. Stellenweise stockfleckig. - Einbandgelenke an Kopf u. Fuss über jeweils 0,5 cm geplatzt. Sprache: Französisch / Français / French Blindgepr. Leinenbd. d. Zt. mit floraler Deckelvergoldung u. goldgepr. Deckeltitel

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        Dean's Illustrated Farthing Books ( Complete in 48 parts)

      London: Dean & Son No date. c. 1860. In 48 volumes. 8 p. : ill. ; appx. 12 x 8 cm. Sewn spines. Volume 1 cover almost off otherwise in fine condition. Booklets are remarkably clean and tight, with just about no foxing or any signs of wear. Rare in such fine condition and in the complete 48 parts. In a green cloth clamshell box with gilt title to spine. A very nice collection. . Fine.

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        Map of the Five Cities of New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken and Hudson City

      New York: Valentine, 1860. Map. Hand-colored lithograph. 39.5" x 28". This fantastic large scale map of New York City and its surrounding areas was originally prepared for the 1860 edition Valentine's "Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York," a richly illustrated collection of facts and statistics related to the city. It depicts Manhattan Island at the center from the Battery up to lower Westchester and the Bronx. Around Manhattan are the waterfront areas of Brooklyn, Astoria, Hoboken and Jersey City. Overlaying the grid are the names and tracts of Manhattan's original land owners, as well as scattered individual buildings. Wards are in color and there are ferry routes, depths in sounding and a 'proposed prospect park' in Brooklyn. Printed in two sheets, this version has been mended together and lined with linen. Original folds as issued are slightly browned but overall very pleasing. Must be seen to be appreciated. Mathew Dripps was from Ireland. He became a prominent map publisher based in lower Manhattan and is remembered most for his maps of New York City. His maps are hard to find.

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        MINUTES Of The PROCEEDINGS Of The LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Of The DISTRICT Of SAN FRANCISCO, From March 12th, 1849, to June 4th, 1849, and a Record of the Proceedings of the Ayuntamiento or Town Council of San Francisco, From August 6th, 1849, until May 3d, 1850. With an Appendix Containing Official Communications and Correspondence, together with Extracts from Mexican Constitutions and Laws, relating to the Powers of Public Officers, and the Administration of Justice.

      Towne & Bacon, Printers,, San Francisco: 1860 - A reissue of the Proceedings of the Town Council of San Francisco, first published in 4 parts, 1849-50. This copy with the ownership mark of former San Francisco Mayor, H. P. Coon, who held office from 1863 - 1867. Coon, a medical doctor, was also an enterprising businessman, who arrived in Calfornia in 1853. He was active in the Vigilance Committee, which transformed itself into the People's Party, eventually electing Coon to the police judgeship in 1856. The party then called him for the mayorship in 1863, which he won handily. While quite active as a Mayor, one of Coon's most lasting legacies by showing interest in a 'sandy area' west of the city. this acreage would eventually become Golden Gate Park. Modern respining to style. Some extremity wear & rubbing. A VG+ copy. Period dark blue full morocco-style sheep binding, with gilt stamped title lettering to spine & front board gilt stamped "H. P. Coon. / Mayor." within a double rule perimiter border. AEG. Yellow eps. Binder's ticket of "Bartling & Kimball / San Francisco" & bookseller ticket from "John Howell / Importer / San Francisco". 8vo. 9" x 5-3/4". 1st edition thus (Cowan II, p. 559; Greenwood 1364; Rocq 11754). iv, [5] - 296 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fine original woodburytype photograph of the composer, three-quarter length, seated, by Etienne Carjat (1828-1906)

      Paris Galerie Contemporaine. 244 x 193 mm., laid down to publisher's mount with decorative border and text. Ca. 1860, but published 1876-1884. A fine impression.. "No composer in the first half of the 19th century enjoyed the measure of prestige, wealth, popular acclaim or artistic influence that belonged to Rossini. His contemporaries recognized him as the greatest Italian composer of his time. His achievements cast into oblivion the operatic world of Cimarosa and Paisiello, creating new standards against which other composers were to be judged. That both Bellini and Donizetti carved out personal styles is undeniable; but they worked under Rossini's shadow, and their artistic personalities emerged in confrontation with his operas. Not until the advent of Verdi was Rossini replaced at the centre of Italian operatic life." Philip Gossett in Grove online

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        Blick auf den gesprengten Turm des Heidelberger Schlosses, im Vordergrund reiches Buschwerk.

      . Lavierte Federzeichnung in Graubraun von Theodor Verhas, rechts unten signiert, um 1860, 22,5 x 28,5 cm.. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXIV, S. 248. - Der 1811 in Schwetzingen geborene Landschafter lernte bei Ernst Fries in Karlsruhe. Beeinflußt wurde er auch durch Turner, der sich 1838 in Heidelberg aufhielt. Seit 1856 lebte Verhas in Heidelberg, wo er 1872 starb. Das romantische Blatt, auf leicht bräunlichem Karton, unter Passepartout montiert.

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        Autograph letter signed, concerning several of his inventions.

      1860 - Autograph Letter Signed from the Designer of the "Monitor" ERICSSON, John (1803-89). A.L.s. dated March 26, [18]60, to an unknown recipient. 2-1/2 pp., on lined paper embossed with a small steam locomotive and the letters "P. & P. in the upper left corner. 247 x 195 mm. Creased where folded, small tear mended, but fine overall. A very fine, detailed letter from the prolifically inventive Swedish-born engineer John Ericsson, whose many accomplishments include the invention of a screw propeller for steamships, a rotary steam engine, the first English steam-driven fire engine, and his enormously popular "caloric" engine. This last, a hot-air engine designed to use heat more directly and efficiently than its steam-powered counterpart, was the first mass-produced heat-powered engine; in various incarnations, it satisfied the growing need for small and medium-sized sources of industrial power throughout the nineteenth century. Ericsson's most famous achievement, however, was his design for the Union Navy's ironclad warship Monitor; the Monitor's decisive victory over the Confederate ironclad Merrimac in March 1862 marked a turning point not only in the course of the Civil War, but in the history of warship design and construction. In later life Ericsson interested himself in alternative sources of power, particularly solar and tidal energy. The present letter, written almost exactly two years before the Monitor's defeat of the Merrimac, discusses several of Ericsson's inventions-a hydraulic pump, a "swing machine," an air hoister and a telegraphic machine-as well as the difficulties Ericsson had encountered in obtaining the necessary support and encouragement to proceed with the patenting of these inventions. The last paragraph of the letter contains a reference to a "new" caloric engine, which was "nearly ready"; Ericsson continued to improve the caloric engine to the end of his life. Ericsson's imperious and combative temperament is apparent throughout the letter, particularly in the postscript, in which he states that "I should prefer the 'cove' you allude to showing his hand before I have my patent claim. Under my general principle I will be able to hit him all the harder-so with others who may feel inclined to tread on my & our toes just now." DAB. Strandh, History of the Machine, pp. 136-39; 164. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Kremsmünster - Lithographie Sammelblatt]. Gewidmet dem Hochwürdigsten Herrn Augustin Reslhuber, Abte des Benedictinerstiftes Kremsmünster etc. von Joh. Schauer.

      v. Reiffenstein & Rösch,, Wien, 1860 - OTonlithographie. Wien, v. Reiffenstein & Rösch, o. J. [um 1860 - 1875]. ca. 39 x 45 cm. Leicht stockfleckig, Läsur fachmännisch m. Japanpapier geschlossen, leichte Gbrsp. - Beinhaltet die Ansichten (im Uhrzeigersinn): Kremsmünster von Nord-Ost (Mitte), Teich am Stiftsgebäude, Fischbehälter, Partie aus dem Stiftsgarten, Gunther's Denkmal, Kirchberg, Kremsmünster von Süd, Kremsmünster von Nord, Kremsmünster von Süd-West, Kremseck, Moschee. Deutsch

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        A GRAMMAR OF THE PUKHTO, PUSHTO OR LANGUAGE OF THE AFGHANS - Together With Translations from the Articles of War, and Remarks on the Language, literature ans descent of the Afghan Tribes / 2nd EDITION.

      LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN AND ROBERTS, PATERNOSTER ROW ET DIVERSES SOURCES 1860 - R320058331: XVI + 204 pages - dos insolé. OUVRAGE EN ANGLAIS ET EN AFGHAN. In-4 Relié. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos fané. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 410-Linguistique [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage pittoresque en Allemagne. Partie septentrionale et partie meridionale.

      Morizot,, Paris, 1860 - Due volumi di cm. 26, pp. (4) 516; (4) 504 (4). Con 44 belle tavole fuori testo incise in rame, di cui 6 in fine coloritura coeva. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in piena, dorsi a nervi con titoli e filetti in oro ai comparti, piatti inquadrati da vari ordini di filetti, tagli dorati, dentelles interne. Carte a tratti un po' fiorite, peraltro esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. Opera munita di una ampio ed interessante apparato iconografico che comprende soprattutto vedute delle principali città e scene popolari. Nel secondo volume, accanto a vedute di città tedesche troviamo anche le Praga, Budapest, Vienna, Trento e Trieste. Copia munita di una legatura assai decorativa.

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        Voyage Pittoresque en Allemagne, Partie Septentrionale.

      Paris, Morizot, 1860.. 2 Bll., 514 SS. m. 20 (2 kol.) Stst.- Tafeln, 4°, HLdr. m. Kopfgoglschnitt. Mit schönen Stst.- Ansichten von und nach Rouargue, darunter Berlin (2), Dresden (2), Frankfurt/M (2), Koblenz, Köln, Leipzig, Mainz, Würzburg usw.

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        The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments.

      George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, London 1860 - Small octavo, original dark leather gilt, slightly rubbed. Presented aboard ship by John McDouall Stuart. A gift from the explorer John McDouall Stuart, given aboard ship on his way to London from Adelaide in 1864, the year that his Explorations in Australia was published. 'White-haired, exhausted and nearly blind, Stuart decided to visit his sister in Scotland and sailed in April 1864' (ADB). His book of common prayer, inscribed perhaps in his hand with the quotation from Matthew "Ask, and it shall be given you", records the gift: 'Presented to me Henry Nathaniel Phillips by John McDouall Stuart on board of the ship "Indus" on her passage from South Australia to London in 1864. John McDouall Stuart" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Richard Bentley. London. 1860/61 - SECOND EDITION. 2 Volumes. 8vo. (9 x 6 inches). Illustrated with four charts (3 folding) in volume 2, complete. A bright and clean set in the publishers decorative original Navy Blue cloth bindings. Boards with elaborate blind-stamed designs. Spines decorated in blind and ruled & lettered in gilt. Light brown coated endpapers. Neat previous owners armorial bookplates, and another family member's name plate below, on each of the front paste-down endpapers. Some light spotting to the fore-edges and an off white mark to the spine of one volume otherwise a superior set in the uncommon publishers original cloth bindings. Thomas Cochrane, Tenth Earl of Dundonald (1775 1860) was a Member of the British Parliament and noted naval commander who fought in the Napoleonic Wars. In 1814 he was imprisoned on a false charge of committing fraud at the London Stock Exchange and expelled from the Navy and Parliament. In 1832 he was pardoned and reinstated in the Royal Navy with the rank of Rear Admiral of the Blue, later rising to the rank of Admiral of the Red, and the honorary title of Rear-Admiral of the United Kingdom. The adventure writer Captain Marryatt served under him and his character inspired both C. S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower and Patrick O'Brian's Jack Aubrey, as well as turning up in the historical novels of G. A Henty and Bernard Cornwell. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Charles Desilver / Cushings & Bailey, Philadelphia / Baltimore 1860 - Very Good++ hardback First Edition First Printing nicely recased in the original green cloth binding with gilt decoration, lettering. Complete with two maps and eight handcolored plates, including frontispiece. Mild scattered foxing, soil. This is the true first edition with "1860" on both the title and copyright pages, quite scarce by itself and when compared with the 1861 second edition. 8vo. xii, 13-448, [8 Ads] pp. Cordier Sinica 2512-2513 (noting only the 1861 edition). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Zoologie Du Jeune Age, ou Histoire Naturelle Des Animaux

      Derivaux, Strasbourg 1860 - Rebound in brown boards with gilt title to spine. Gilt surface of original upper board professionally applied to new binding. New endpapers. Text in French. Illustrated with 33 coloured plates of animals. Other sellers have identified these plates as hand-coloured, but after examining them with a magnifier I believe they were coloured with a block print or silkscreen process. They are truly beautiful prints, however they were done. Please see photos for best description. Scattered foxing, otherwise fine, in new binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      St. Paul: Newson, Moore, Foster and Company, Printers, . 1860 - 53,[1]pp. Without the map, which was included only in some copies. Modern three-quarter morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Very good. The true first edition, printed as a supplement to the Journal of the House of Representatives, of this very rare report on boundary questions and possible rail links from Minnesota into the Canadian Northwest. "Streeter calls the paper a valuable report, resulting from Taylor's appointment in 1859 as an agent of the United States Treasury Department to investigate trade and transportation between the United States and Canada" - Wagner- Camp. Streeter had a copy of Wagner-Camp 365:2, which contains a map that did not appear in the first edition. Not in AMERICAN IMPRINTS INVENTORY for Minnesota. HOWES T56, "b." LOWTHER 124. WAGNER-CAMP 365:1. STREETER SALE 3731 (ref).

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        Mathematische Schriften. Sammelbd. von 12 Schriften in 1 Bd.

      o.O, o. Vlg., o.J - Gr.8°, ca. 200 S., 5 gestoch. Tafeln, Kart., Deckel berieben, Ecken gestaucht, Seiten teilw. stockfl. Die Schriften stammen teilweise aus naturwissenschaftlichen Zeitschriften, sind Dissertationen oder Vorträge an Gymnasien u. wurden vom Vorbesitzer um ca.1860 gebunden.: 1. Fortunato Padula «Sul momento d?inerzia e sugli assi principale Memoria; 1838 (S. 179 - 221). 2. Louis Poinsot (1777 - 1859), Prof. au Lycée Bonaparte. «Mécanique sur la compostion des moments et la composition des aires.», aus «Journal de l?école polytechnique» 1806 (S. 182 - 242 S.). 3. Elwin Bruno Christoffel (1829 - 1900), Prof. in Zürich, Berlin u. Strassburg, Dissertation. «De Montu permanenti electricitatis in corporibus homogeneis.» 1856, Berlin, Vlg. Gustav Schade. (62 S., 1 Taf.). 4. Rudolf Otto Sigismund Lipschitz (1832 - 1903), Prof. in Breslau u. Bonn, «Determinatio status magnetici viribus inducentibus commoti in ellipsoide.» Dissertation, 1853, Berlin, Vlg. Gustav Schade. (35 S.). 5. Jahresbericht über d. königl. sächs. Landesschule zu Grimma. 15.Sept 1851. Vortrag des Lehrers der Mathematik, Prof. Carl Rudolph Fleischer, «Über die Focalkurven» (32 S., 2 Falttaf., XVII S. Chronik der Schule u. Schulnachrichten). 6. C. T. Anger, Astronom «Analytische Darstellung der Basrelief-Perspektive.», Danzig, 1834 ,Vlg. Sam Gerhard (11 S., 1 Falttaf.). 7. Ludwig Genies «De Superficiebus tertii ordinis parabolicis.», Dissertation, 1856, Bonn, Vlg. Formis I.F. Carthausii (22 S., 1 Taf.). 8. Carl Eduard Senff «Theoremata principalia e theoria curvarum et superficierum.», Dissertation, 1831, Dorpad, Typogr. Academie. (106 S.). 9. Programm d. königl. evangel. Gymnasiums zu Gross-Gloga, 22. März 1861, Oberlehrer Dr. Simon, «Über ebene u. sphärische Krümmungslinien.» Vlg. Carl Flemming. (18 S. u. 18 S Schulnachrichten). 10. Prüfung d. Schüler des königl. Friedr.-Gymnasiums, Breslau, März 1858, R. Ladrasch «Algebraische Bestimmung der Tangente, der Wendepunkte u. des Krümmungskreises d. algebraischen ebenen Kurven.», Vlg. Storch u. Comp. (20 S., 16 S. Schulnachrichten). 11. Hermann Hankel (1839 - 1873), Prof. an. der Univ. Leipzig u. Erlangen, «Über eine besondere Classe der systematischen Determinanten.», Dissertation a. d. Univ. Leipzig, 1861, Göttingen, Dieterichschen Univ.-Buchdruckerei (29 S.). 12. Einladungsschrift zu d. Öffentlichen Prüfung u. Entlassungsfeier in d. Königl. Ritter-Akademie zu Liegnitz, 14/15. April 1859, R. Weiss, «Functiones logarithmicae et circulares integralibus defintae.», Vlg. W. Pfingsten (35 S., 26 S. Schulnachrichten). 1200 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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