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      L. Hachette Et Cie, Paris 1861 - 10 Volumes in-8 ( 23,5 / 15,5 cm ) demi chagrin marron fonc. Dos à 5 nerfs.Titre et tomaison dorés. Date en queue.Tranches à la queue de paon.Traduction par Jacques Porchat.Ex-libris au tampon en page de garde : A.G. Roth.Tome I.Poésies diverses. Pensées. Divan oriental - occidental.755 pages.Portrait de Goethe en frontispice.Tome II.Théâtre. Tome premier.488 pages.Le capricee de l'amant.Les complices.Prométhée.Jery et Baetely.Goetz de Berlinchingen à la main de fer.Egmont.Clavijo.Stella.Tome III.Théâtre. Tome second.465 pages.Le frère et la soeur.Le grand Cophte.Le citoyen général.Les révoltés.Pandore.Torquato Tasso.La fille naturelle.Tome IV.475 pages.Théâtre. Tome troisième.Iphigénie en Tauride.Elpénor.La gageure.Faust.Tome V.Poëmes et Romans.Poëmes :Hermann et Dorothée.Achilléide.Le roman du Renard.Romans :Les souffrances du jeune Werther.Les affinités électives.Tome VI.Les années d'apprentissage de Wilhelm Meister.585 pages.Tome VII.Les années de voyage de Wilhelm Meister.Entretiens d'émigrés allemands - Les bonnes femmes - Nouvelle.584 pages.Tome VIII.Mémoires.Vérité et poésie.668 pages.Tome IX.Voyages en Suisse et en Italie.504 pages.Tome X et dernier.Mélanges.486 pages.Introduction.Campagne de France.Siège de Mayence.Fête de Saint Roch à Bingen.Annales de 1749 à 1822.Oeuvres diverses.Table alphabétique des noms de personnes.Table alphabétique de toutes les oeuvres contenues dans les dix volumes. complètes Oeuvres

      [Bookseller: Librairie FAUGUET]
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        Phaethornis Bourcieri, Pl.25 (Bourcier’s Hermit)

      London 1861 - John Gould (1804-1881) was an English ornithologist, self-taught artist and naturalist. Gould first worked as a gardener under his father in the Royal Gardens of Windsor from 1818-1824, where he began his illustrations. He became an expert taxidermist, opening his own practice in London in 1824 and in 1827 he became the first Curator and Preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. Through his work he was able to meet with the country’s leading naturalists and view new collections of birds given to the Zoological Society. His interest in birds was continually developing and in 1830 he published his first volume on birds, “A Century of Birds From the Himalaya Mountains.” For the next fifty years, Gould, his wife and artists working with them traveled around Asia, the East Indies and Australia. His wife Elizabeth and other artists were able to transfer his sketches to stone; hand print and hand-color them. Of all his works, many of Gould’s best-known images come from this beautiful and comprehensive “Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Hummingbirds”. One of his largest productions, the Hummingbirds was also the most painstaking, meticulously detailed project that the ornithologist attempted. In order to create accurate representations of the tiny, delicately beautiful birds, Gould invented a new method of coloring, using metallic pigments to reproduce the iridescence of their plumage. Most images also show at least one subject in flight to further accentuate the coloring of their feathers. All of the hummingbirds are drawn to scale and are anatomically correct to the smallest detail, their brilliant coloring highlighted with gold and transparent luster. Most of the subjects in the book were taken from Gould’s personal collection of hummingbird specimens. This magnificently hand-colored lithograph, "Phaethornis Bourcieri", measures 22" x 15" and is in excellent condition. This lithograph shows the two hummingbirds, commonly called Bourcier's Hermits, in mid-flight. These hummingbirds are expertly hand-colored with rich green and brown backs and vibrant white undersides. They have grey wings and their long tail feathers are accented with brown and white tips. The dynamic positioning of these hummingbirds allows for both sides and the different coloring of their bodies to be appreciated.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        The Autobiography of a Stage Coachman 1st Edition (3 Volumes)

      Hurst & Blacklett, Ltd, London 1861 - Rare first edition with calf spines and raised bands and title box, tips leather covered, boards and endpapers rich burgundy marble paper. Three matching volumes. Leather surface worn at extremities with a few tips showing through leather, shelfwear and color loss on lower board edges but no boards showing. Marbled edges on all three sides of page block. Inner hinge papers starting but not totally split, page blocks are all tight and secure. Moderate foxing on preliminary pages, internally creamy and clean. No signatures, tears or soil. 3 excellent volumes on the era of horse drawn Stage Coaches and the people of that time. Exceedingly rare and beautiful addition to your sporting library. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The War, and How to End It

      San Francisco: [no publisher]. 1861. Third edition revised. Printed tan wrappers. 48pp. Owner's name (Lafayette S. Foster) on the front wrap, and a short split at the top of the spine, else near fine. OCLC locates four copies of the first or second editions (all in California), none of this edition. Lafayette S. Foster was a Senator from Connecticut who served from 1855-1867. He was President pro tempore of the Senate in 1865 when Lincoln was assassinated, and if John Wilkes Booth's conspirator George Atzerodt had acted on his assignment to assassinate Vice President Andrew Johnson, Foster would have succeeded Lincoln as President of the United States. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        2 eigenh. Briefe mit U.

      Rudolstadt und Jena, 1861.. Zusammen (1+2=) 3 SS. auf 3 Bll. 4to und 8vo.. An einen Clemens mit der Bitte, ihm "als Polizeisergeant" gefällig zu sein (I) und mit Dank für dessen Dienste (II). I: "[...] Nicht für mich sondern für einen Freund, nicht zu bösen sondern zu guten Zwecken möchte ich gerne nähere Nachricht über den in Frankenhausen lebenden Knopffabrikanten Carl Zierfuß erhalten und zwar hauptsächlich über seinen Charakter, seine Bildungsstufe, seinen Umgang und die Verhältnisse, in denen er lebt, so wie, wes Geistes so ungefähr seine Kinder sind [...]" (24. V.; mit kl. unbed. Randläsuren). - II: "[...] Der Bericht über den Knopffabricanten war sehr willkommen [...] Hier vergehen wir seit 3 Wochen vor Hitze, die den[n] auch nicht ohne nachtheilige Folgen für die Gesundheit bleibt. Vor kurzem starb Rob. v. Froriep in Weimar am Schlag [...] Meine eigene Familie hat sich bis je[t]zt, Gott sei Dank, vollkommen ungefährdet erhalten. Auch die nächsten Freunde sind grösstentheils wohl, nur hat uns Ried [d. i. der Chirurg Franz Jordan von Ried, 1810-1895] vor einigen Tagen den Schre[c]k gemacht sich plötzlich mit einer heftigen Darmentzündung niederzulegen. Seit gestern ist er indess [!] wieder völlig außer Gefahr [...]" (24. VI.; mit kl. Einr. im unteren Blattdrittel).

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        Das Saugadernsystem vom anatomischen Standpunkte.

      - Leipzig, Wilhelm Engelmann, 1861, 4°, XII, 124 pp., mit 17 gestochenen und 1 zweifarbig lithographierten Tafel mit 52 Abb., Leineneinband der Zeit; Breitrandiges Bibliotheksexemplar. LYMPHOLOGIC ATLAS - TEICHMANN'S NETWORK. - Erste Auflage. Profunde Gelehrsamkeit. Joseph Hyrtl gewidmet, speziell zum Ursprung der Lymphgefäße und ihrer Verteilung in den Lymphdrüsen, sowie in den einzelnen Organen. Besonders erwähnenswert sind die schönen Abbildungen (in weiß auf schwarzem Grund gedruckt). Ludwig Karol Teichmann (1823-1895) war Professor in Göttingen und später als Professor der Anatomie in Krakau tätig. Entdecker der Häminkristalle. - First Edition, dedicated to the great anatomist Hyrtl, this is an important work on the lymphatic system. Teichmann "mastered time-consuming anatomical preparations to supply Henle with illustratons for his Handbuch der systematischen Anatomie. Teichmann's main scientific interest was in the lymphatic vessels and their origin, which he studied by means of an original injection method. He maintained that no direct communication exists between blood capillaries and lymphatics, and discovered the obstruction of lymphatic vessels in elephantiasis . Das Saugadernsystem . is his main publication on the lymphatic system" -DSB, 13,274 - Teichmann was professor on anatomy in Krakau and he is remembered by "Teichmann's Network" (superficial and deep lymphatic plexuses in the wall of the stomach), and the invention of the hemin crystals. cf. Dobson, 201; Hirsch V, 529. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA GENERAL DE ESPAÑA por Don ---, edicion economica (14 VOLUMENES)

      - Mellado. Madrid 1861 14 vols. (22 cm) Enc. holandesa puntas con nervios. Algunas marcas y taladro antiguas de insecto. --- INCOMPLETO: FALTA VOLUMEN 7º --- El vol. 15 y último incluye biografía del autor e índice general alfabético. A (Ref.35621) historia general españa [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Washington: Bureau of Topographical Engineers, August 1861.. Sun printed (i.e. photozincographed) map after the original manuscript, with routes of railroads and canals handcolored, 44 x 51 1/2 inches, dissected into twenty-four sections and linen-backed as issued. Manuscript annotations in pencil [by J.J. Young?]. Very good. In a blue morocco- backed box. Provenance: Family descendants of Amiel Weeks Whipple. A highly important military map of northern Virginia, made for the use of the Union Army in the early days of the Civil War, by an important military topographer. The present map depicts Virginia as far north as Fredericksburg, as far south as the North Carolina border, and as far west as Charlottesville, with detail including towns, roads, waterways, and railroads. A statement on the map cites the U.S. Coast surveys and the Boye map of Virginia as sources, in addition to surveys conducted by the Corps of Topographical Engineers. The map was completed within a month of the first major battle of the war, the Battle of Bull Run, fought on July 21, 1861. The failure of Union forces there made it clear that the war was not going to be resolved easily and quickly. Although not named as the cartographer, the present map can be attributed to Amiel Weeks Whipple. During the 1850s, Whipple became one of the most accomplished surveyors in the Corps of Topographical Engineers, leading explorations for the transcontinental railroad. Upon the outbreak of the Civil War, "Captain Whipple was immediately ordered to report to the Chief of Topographical Engineers in Washington. There was then a dearth of maps giving any but the most meager of information concerning the State of Virginia, and to him as Chief of Topographical Engineers of the defenses of Washington, South of the Potomac, was entrusted the very trying and responsible duty of making armed reconnaissances to collect the topographical details required. It was hazardous work, in a country thickly wooded in places, where small bodies of men could be concealed with absolute impunity; and the first skirmishes of the war, such as that at Fairfax Court House, were fought during its continuance. The work, however, was successfully and very quickly done, and reliable maps were soon in possession of the Union commanders" (Stoddard). Attribution of this map to Whipple can also be determined by a very similar map, though focused on Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William counties, which identifies Whipple as the source for the manuscript drawn by Civil Engineer J.J. Young (see Stephenson 536.6). That map is in essence the companion to the present map, showing the northern regions of Virginia not shown on this map. The handwriting of the manuscript used for that map and the present map are identical, suggesting both to have been drawn by Young. Interestingly, the present map includes pencil annotations, again in the same hand (see for example the naming of the branches of the Elizabeth River near Norfolk). That this map was done specifically for use in the field is suggested by the hurried process of its production. Rather than taking the time to have the map lithographed or engraved, a sun print process was used to duplicate the original manuscript. Sun printing, also called photozincography, was developed in Great Britain in the mid-19th century to reproduce maps created during the Ordnance Survey. In this photographic process, a negative is made of the original using a wet plate collodion method, which is then exposed onto a thin sheet coated with a saturated potassium bichromate solution and transferred to a zinc plate, coated in ink, and put through a press. The present copy descended in the family of Whipple and includes a manuscript presentation below the cartouche: "To accompany letter to / dated Bureau of Topogl. Eng.s Augt 1861." The name of the recipient is not filled in, suggesting that Whipple kept this copy for himself. The map is very rare, with OCLC citing but three known examples. STEPHENSON, CIVIL WAR MAPS 451.6. Francis R. Stoddard, "Amiel Weeks Whipple" in CHRONICLES OF OKLAHOMA, Vol. 28 (Autumn 1950).

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        Orley Farm [Bound from the Original Parts with Wrappers]

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1861-62. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing (a mixed issue as is usually found) bound from the Original Parts with Wrappers bound in at the edge of each Volume, bound in three-quarter blue leather with complementary blue boards, spines lined, lettered, and dated in gilt, boards lined in gilt, and the top edge of each closed page block gilded as well [modest rubbing to the board corners and edges, modest rubbing to the spine edges with some tiny splits where the spine heads meet their adjoining boards; tape reinforcement to Part I's front wrapper verso at the leading and bottom edges, wrappers otherwise in Very Good condition with minor edge wear, numerous advertisements present -- although not a "perfect" set with respect to advertisements -- tissue guard to each frontispiece and not to the other illustrations, tide marks to seven illustrations (mostly rather small) but not to their adjoining pages -- leading us to conclude that the tide marks were already present to the those plates prior to their insertion into their respective Parts, lacking the wrappers for Part XX --- with all text to Part XX present, of course.] Of Orley Farm, Trollope stated: "Most of those among my friends who...are competent to form an opinion on the subject, say that this is the best I have written.... The probably the best I have ever made...." The tale centers on Lady Mason and her son, Lucius and on the legal ownership of Orley Farm. Born to Lady Mason in Sir Joseph's old age, Lucius had an older brother born of Sir Joseph's first wife who inherited the bulk of Sir Joseph's property while, under a codicil to the Will, Lucius inherited Orley Farm, a small holding about 25 miles from London. The older son contested the Will, but lost the case. Upon taking uncontested ownership of Orley Farm, Lucius canceled various leaseholds to the property, including that of a low-grade lawyer named Samuel Dockwrath whose father had drafted the original Will but not the Codicil. Dockwrath then closely examined matters respecting the property and alleged that the Codicil had been forged, leading the older son to renew his lawsuit claiming ownership of the Farm. A Very Good copy bound with BOUND FROM THE PARTS WITH ORIGINAL WRAPPERS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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      Imprenta y librería de Tomás Gorchas., Barcelona. 1861 - 2 volúmenes. 505 y 477 pp., grabados a plena página. Buen estado general con pequeñas manchas de óxido. Las guardas con papel de aguas.;LA GESTIÓN DEL CONTRA REEMBOLSO SON 7 EUROS

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        Sloan's Homestead Architecture, Containing Forty Designs for Villas, Cottages, and Farm Houses, with Essays on Style, Construction, Landscape Gardening, Furniture, Etc, Etc

      Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1861. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo, pp xii, 13-355, extensively illustrated with engravings, one chromolithograph plate (some copies apparently issued with two). Recently rebound in quarter leather and marbled boards, with spine label, raised bands, and gilt rules. Light soiling and foxing throughout, a bit musty. Very good. Sloan began his career as a carpenter, but read widely and taught himself the principles of architecture. By the 1850s, he had become "the chosen architect of Philadelphia's rising industrial and entrepreneurial elite. For them he built mansions, commercial buildings, speculative housing, even entire resort communities" (ANB). This is one of several successful pattern books Sloan authored, each containing detailed drawings (plans, elevations, sections, etc) together with descriptions of the designs and short essays on style, site selection, construction, furnishings, etc.

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        House Journal [and] Senate Journal of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Kansas

      Lawrence KS: State of Kansas, 1861. (Title continues . . .) Begun and Held at Topeka, on Tuesday, March 26th, A. D. 1861. It being the First Session of the Legislature of the State of Kansas. Published by Authority. Lawrence, Kansas: Printed at the Republican Book & Job Office. John Speer, State Printer. Contemporary brown leather, gilt stamped lettering on spine with five panels divided by shallow double-ruled ribs, upper lettered panel in red, and lower in black, small library label in bottom panel; two books bound as one; House Journal 614pp; Senate Journal, 405pp. Some rubbing on spine but gilding is quite bright and legible, ends bumped with some chipping, front hinge is fully broken and front cover is loose, outer back hinge is broken but inner hinge is quite firm, endpapers are all present, with Baker University bookplate affixed to front pastedown, text edges are faded but text is quite white, clean, pliable and easily readable.. First Edition. Full-Leather. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Gene's Books, IOBA]
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        Wissenschaftlicher Teilnachlass: 7 Manuskripte, 5 Typoskripte und 2 Korrekturabzüge, zusammen ca. 60 Seiten folio und 4° (ohne die Drucke).

      - - Durchweg im guten Zustand. Carl Metz (1861-1941) erster Mathematiker des Firma Ernst Leitz! - - I. Manuskripte: - - 1) Eigenhändiges Manuskript, auf dem Titelblatt signiert. 24.VIII.1908. Titel + 12 (von 14) Seiten 4°. - - "Die neuen Leitz'schen konfokalen Okulare". - Mit einer eingeklebten Illustration; die Seiten 9+10 fehlen. - - 2) Manuskript von Schreiberhand mit mehreren eigenh. Marginalien (Bleistift), Datum und Paraphe sowie eigenh. Umschlagtitel (rote Tinte). August 1911. Titel + 10 Seiten folio. - - "Priorität betr. Mikro-Objektive u. aplan. Kondensor / gegen Wychgram-Kiel / Aug. 1911 / M." (Umschlagtitel). - Richtigstellung einer in der "Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Mikroskopie" erschienenen Abhandlung, in der Form eines Briefes im Namen der Fa. Leitz an den Verfasser (Wychgram). - - 3) Eigenhändiges Manuskript. Ohne Datum. 1 S. 4°. - - "Über die neuen photogr. Objektive", mit einer Zeichnung (Linsen). - Liste von Veröffentlichungen in "Eders Jahrbuch" zwischen 1897 und 1906. - - 4) Eigenhändiges Manuskript. Ohne Datum (wohl um 1910). 2 Seiten folio. - - Notizen zur "Geschichte des Mikrotoms", mit einer Zeichnung. - - 5) Eigenhändiges Manuskript. 5.XII.1932. Titel + 1 S. folio. - - "Das binokulare Mikroskop". - Literaturliste zu einer Arbeit für die "Royal Microscopical Society". - - 6) Eigenhändiges Manuskript. Ohne Datum. 3/4 Seiten 4°. - - Notizen, betitelt "Mikrotechnik", auf der Rückseite eines eigenhändigesn Briefentwurfs an "Lieber Aug[ust]". - - 7) Eigenhändiger Briefentwurf, Wetzlar 10.XII.1931, 3 Seiten 4°, an Dr. Lampert an der Medizinischen Universitäts-Poliklinik in Frankfurt a.M., ausführlich über "die Ausführung des Zählfeldes im Okular Ihres Thrombozytenzählapparats"; mit einer ganzseitigen Darstellung der Zählplatte. - - II. Typoskripte: - - 1) "Der grosse makroskopische Zeichenapparat", (12.I.1915), mit zahlreichen eigenhändigen Korrekturen, 6 Seiten gr.-4°. - - 2) "Das binokulare Mikroskop", 5.XII1932, Durchschlag mit mehreren eigenhändigen Korrekturen (Tine) sowie Notizen (Bleistift) am Kopf, 7 Seiten gr.-4°. - - 3) "Ein neues der homogenen Oelimmersion überlegenes Immersions-Objektiv", (3.III.1933), mit 3 Diagrammen am Rand, einem längeren eigenhändigen Zusatz sowie Signatur am Kopf, 2 Seiten folio, anhängend ein photokopiertes Diagramm. - - 4) "Einige Bemerkungen zu dem neuen hypergenen Monobrom-Naphthalin-Objektiv von Leitz", (3.III.1933), 3 Seiten folio. - - 5) "Abbe", (1919?), 3 Seiten folio; (Durchschlag). - Würdigung Abbes als "Begründer des Rufes der Zeiss-Werke". - - III. Korrekturabzüge: - - 1) "Die Leitzsche Dunkelfeldbeleuchtung bei Verwendung der homogenen Ölimmersion" (Z. f. wiss. Mikroskopie, 22/1905, 1, 114-118), Klebeumbruch; dazu ein fragmentar. Sonderabdruck. - - 2) "Neuere Vervollkommnungen der Leitzschen Mikroskop-Stative" (a.a.O., 23/1906, 4, 430-439), Klebeumbruch mit Abbildungen und (wenigen, teils eigenhändigen) Korrekturen, 8 S. gr.-8°. - - "Bis zum Jahre 1880 hatte Ernst Leitz den ganzen Betrieb allein geleitet und sich nur bei der Buchhaltung von seiner Frau helfen lassen. Dann wurde das Werk in einzelne Abteilungen mit eigenen Abteilungsleitern untergliedert. Nachdem die apochromatischen Objektive bei Zeiss auf den Markt gekommen waren, musste Leitz erkennen, dass es nicht mehr genügt, Mikroskopobjektive allein auf einer soliden handwerklichen Basis herzustellen, sondern dass deren Weiterentwicklung nach wissenschaftlichen Gesichtspunkten erfolgen muss. Deshalb wurde mit dem Mathematiker Carl METZ (1861-1941) im Januar 1887 der erste Wissenschaftler eingestellt. - Dieser stammte aus Braunfels und hatte seinen Vater, einen Postverwalter und Fürst liehen Hofhaltungssekretär, bereits als 7-Jähriger verloren. Metz besuchte das Gymnasium in Wetzlar und konnte durch Abhalten von Nachhilfestunden an Gymnasiasten und Offiziersanwärter die knappe Familienkasse aufbessern. Das Studium de Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften an der Universität . [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Princess: A Medley [Fore-Edge Painting] The Princess, Maud, Ode on the Death of Duke Wellington Charge of the Light Brigade

      Edward Moxon, London 1861 - Gilt lettered and decorated cover and spine. All edges gilt. Gilt inner dentelles. Full morocco leather cover with gilt decorations and lettering and gilt page-ends. Fore-edge painting of a country house and church, with a lake and a man rowing in the foreground. Dimensions of book, as measured on the cover, are 4 1/4" wide, 6 1/2" tall, 1" thick. Light foxing on preliminary pages. Gift inscription from 1863 on front free endpaper. A nice, clean attractive copy of Tennyson's poems with a handsome and colorful fore-edge painting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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