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        Numernius Tahitiensis

      - An exquisitely detailed hand-colored lithograph by Frederick William Frohawk (1861-1946) from the series "Aves Hawaiienses: The Birds of the Sandwich Islands" by Scott B. Wilson and A.H. Evans. This series was published in London by R.H. Porter in 1890-99. This print measures 10"x12.25" Frohawk was born in Norfolk, the youngest son of Francis William Frohawk. His career was spent creating paintings for private commissions, for periodicals and books, and his talents were diverse, he worked in oils, watercolors, lithography and wood engraving. Birds and insects were his two main interests in life and his drawings and paintings were largely devoted to these two subjects. Frohawk became a member of the British Ornithologists' Union in 1895 and a Fellow of the Entomological Society in 1891 (electing him a Special Life Fellow in 1926). During his long career, over 1,000 of his drawings were reproduced in books about birds. In addition, he provided illustrations for the Field Magazine (1881 onward), the Encyclopedia Britannica (illustrations of birds and reptiles), the British Museum Catalogue of Fishes and Proceedings of the Zoological Society. 80 of the artist?s original watercolors of birds are in the collection of the Natural History Museum, London. Overall this print is in very good condition with some light foxing and staining.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        Future Confederate Naval Commander

      U.S.S. Pennsylvania, Norfolk 1861 - Autograph Letter Signed to unknown. U.S.S. Pennsylvania, Norfolk, January 22, 1861. 1 p., 7 7/8 x 9 3/4 in. Three months before his home state of Virginia seceded, U.S. Naval Commander Arthur Sinclair writes to a Commander in the Navy. Complete Transcript U.S. Ship Pennsylvania Norfolk Jany 22. 1861.My dear Sir. I have nothing of any importance to communicate - only feel a desire to know how my esteemed Commander is getting on & whether your health has been entirely restored. Please inform me at your earliest convenience all about you & yours. As you will perceive I am in command of this ship, having been orderd at my own request, on the 15th. inst - I have just returned from Washington, whither I went in charge of the new steam sloop Pensacola. The Secretary received me with great kindness & was very complimentary. Poindexter is here with me as my executive - & desires to be remembered. Should you write Hitchcock present my regards. God bless you Yours truly as ever --- A. SinclairArthur Sinclair (1810-1865) was a Virginia native whose father served in the U.S. Navy during the Barbary Wars and the War of 1812, retiring as a Commodore. Sinclair was dismissed (effectually resigning) from the U.S. Navy on April 18, a day after Virginia seceded from the Union. He was then appointed a commander in the Confederate Navy on June 10, 1861. He commanded the C.S.S. Winslow during the Battle of Hatteras Inlet in August, 1861, and drowned during the foundering of the blockade runner Leila on January 14, 1865.Arthur's future grandson, Upton Sinclair, was a famous radical activist and writer of such books as The Jungle, an expose on the meatpacking industry. His biographer notes an old "favorite story in the Sinclair collection of traditional family tales . Lieutenant Commander Arthur Sinclair, and his old friend, fellow Virginian, and shipmate Captain David Farragut had stayed up and argued all night long in Sinclair's study, the day after Virginia had seceded. The next morning, Farragut had gone north, loyal to the Union. Sinclair, like [Robert E.] Lee, had been loyal to Virginia and the lost cause."ReferencesHarris, Leon. Upton Sinclair: American Rebel (New York, 1975), p. 15.http://www.wideopenwest.com/~jenkins/ironclads/ironcapt.htm#southskippers

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        The Yacht "Maria" 216 Tons: Modelled by R. L. Stevens Esq. Built by Mr. Capes 1844 and Owned by Messes JC. RL. & E.A.Stevens of Hoboken, N.J. To E.A. Stevens . this Print is with permission respectfully dedicated

      Currier & Ives, New York 1861 - A magnificent Currier & Ives portrait of one of the premier yachts in the New York Yacht Club: the yacht that beat the "America" in her speed trials The Stevens brothers listed in the title were members of a prominent American family, their father had served in the American Revolution. John Cox Stevens was one of the founding members of the New York Yacht Club, the first Commodore and one of five sponsors of the "America", the yacht that went to England in 1851 and won the race thereafter known as the America's Cup Race. His brother Robert L. Stevens designed the "Maria", which beat the "America" during the series of speed trial races to Sandy Hook, prior to the latter's epoch-making trip to England. The "Maria" was one of the most beautiful yachts in an era of exceptionally beautiful boats: an icon amongst American yachts. It was estimated that the Stevens spent a total of $100,000 on experiments and alterations involving Maria in the 22 years that she was in the family. A 1914 article in the New York Times described her as "a scientific racing machine, the first of her kind" (cf. NYT, 17 May 1914). Conningham 6805; Gale 7360. Hand-coloured lithograph by Charles Parsons (signature in image). Expert marginal repairs. Sheet size: 22 1/2 x 32 inches. Image size: 17 1/2 x 27 1/4 inches.

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        Autumn Fruits

      Currier & Ives, New York 1861 - A finely composed image of American fruits of the Fall. A delightful arrangement of the bounties of nature. The effortless nature of the composition conceals the fine artistic eye that was able to produce an image of such pleasing balance and harmonious tones. Conningham 317; cf. Gale 345-346. Lithograph, printed in black and brown, coloured by hand.

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        Colorado River of the West

      Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1861. Hardcover. Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. This is the first book to deal with the Colorado River, predating Powell's exploration by 10 years.The Ives report is also one of the first descriptions of the Grand Canyon and of the area's native inhabitants. Many of the sketches have exaggerated views of dark and narrow canyons, reflecting how strange the landscape must have looked to these early explorers. Two maps and profile. All views, engravings, and portraits as called for. Newer binding, half leather on dark cloth. Farquhar 21, Howes 192, Wagner-Camp 375.

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        REPORT UPON THE COLORADO RIVER OF THE WEST: EXPLORED IN 1857 AND 1858 BY LIEUTENANT JOSEPH C. IVES UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE OFFICE OF EXPLORATIONS AND SURVEYS

      Senate United States 1861 - Quarto. 36th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex Document. Bound in brown contemporary leather with marbled paper over boards. Marbled endpapers. gold stamping on spine. 5 raised bands. 6 compartments. Black leather spine and corners. 4 maps, including two large folding maps of the Rio Colorado of the West. Clean and unmarked pages with minimal staining. Various hand-colored illustrations throughout, as well as black and white charts and illustrations. Minor foxing to title page. Some water damage to tops of pages in mid-section. This rare volume describes in great length and detail the findings of the United States Corps of Topographical Engineers while exploring the Colorado river and surrounding areas. The leading artist on the expedition was Heinrich Baldwin Mollhausen, a German who had taken several trips to the west before the compilation of this book. The first fold-out map is slightly torn with some minor folds. Light splotching occurs throughout the book. Tight binding. Minimal shelf-wear. Light scuffing to boards, spine. Gilt remains clear and bright. Overall, a superior volume in excellent condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The "Secession Movement"

      Currier & Ives, New York 1861 - Lithograph with original hand-color. Sheet size: 12 x 17". Inventory #: p46pmat.

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        Report Upon the Colorado River of the West

      Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1861 - 154 pp + approx 70 pp. 4to. Quarter cloth. Rebacked, with new ep's. Illustrated with 2 folding maps, 1 profile, 8 folding panoramic views, 12 b/w engravings, 7 color lithographs of indians, and 41 woodcuts; collated. Maps have few tears. Wear to boards, few light stains, bumping to corners w/ chips to cloth. Browning to textblock. Foxing to original ep's and to some other pages including maps and edges of plates. Light browning to page edges, offsetting to some pages. Light edgewear to some panoramas. In great condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des musulmans d’Espagne jusqu’à la conquête de l’Andalousie par les Almoravides (711-1110)

      Leyde, E.J. Brill 1861 - Par R. Dozy, Commandeur de l’ordre de Charles III, membre correspondant de l’Académie d’Histoire de Madrid, associé étranger de la Société Asiatique de Paris, Professeur d’histoire à l’université de Leyde, etc. SOMMAIRE : I/ VIII & 392 pp. (Guerres civiles). II/ 356 pp. (Les chrétiens et les renégats). III/ 374 pp. (Le Califat). IV/ 338 pp. (Les petits souverains). Chronologie des princes musulmans du XIe siècle ; liste des ouvrages imprimés et manuscrits dont l’auteur s’est servi, suivi d’un index alphabétique des matières contenues dans les 4 volumes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Colton's Map of The Americas, Africa and Portions of Europe, showing the Atlantis and Part of the Pacific Oceans (Map of the United States and Mexico)

      J. H. Colton and Co. 1861 - Title on the map is: Colton's Map of The Americas, Africa and Portions of Europe, showing the Atlantis and Part of the Pacific Oceans, Title on front of book is: Map of the United States and Mexico Map. These maps have been bound into a hardcover book with black panels with stamped decoration and gilt title, inside front cover is a list of other J. H. Colton maps. Entered into Congress 1861. Colton calls this type of map MOUNTED AND IN ORTABLE FORM. Hard cover binding has edge wear with some re-coloring done along edges, gilt is still bright, spine has been reinforced from the inside with Japanese paper is age discolored (toned). The map is folded with wear to the fold with a few holes/tears worn through and a few repaired, light age toning. There is a distance chart by land and by water. Images available. USPS confirmation used on all U.S. shipments. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Wild Huntress [Three Volumes]

      Published by Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, London . Three Volumes. 1861. - Recently rebound in half dark chocolate morocco, raised bands, gilt decorations and twin labels to each spine, marble paper boards, biscuit end papers. 8vo 8'' x 5½''. [iv] 315; [iv] 319; [iv] 342 printed pages of text. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A. NINETEENTH CENTURY [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Wild Huntress

      Richard Bentley 1861 - Rare mayne Reid triple decker. All volumes dated 1861 on the title page. Yellow endpapers. Good only as the cloth colour has faded to brown with age and two volumes are somewhat marked where, I assume, the library labels have been removed. Having said that the books themselves are solid and extremely rare in any condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vierteljahresschrift für technische Chemie, landwirthschaftliche Gewerbe, Fabrikwesen und Gewerbetreibende überhaupt 3. Jahrgang Hefte: 2, 3, 4 (1861) Hrsg. Wilibald Artus

      Verlag G. Basse, Quedlinburg 1861 - 3 Nummern in original Broschur, 8°, Seite 129-527 mit 3 ausfaltbaren im Holzschnitt; Zustand Exemplar gestempelt 2. Heft im Bund gebrochen, Exemplar, gestempelt Erscheinungsverlauf: 1.1859 - 10.1869 ? INHALT: 2. Heft: Woher stammt die Phosphorsäure? Und werden die im Mineralreiche vorkommenden phosphorsauren Salze zu agronomischen Zwecken so benutzt, wie es wünschenswerth erscheint? // Guido SCHNITZER: Erläuterungen und Ergänzungen zu dem neuen Verfahren der Fabrikation von schwefelsaurem Kali uns schwefelsaurem Natron in einer Folge. // E. HESSE: Bereitung des Neublau. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Die Dollirmaschine. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Schornstein-Aufsatz, um das Rauchen zu verhindern. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Weiße Wolken schneeweiß zu machen. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Die vorzügliche Pelzgerbung. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Sämisch-Leder. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Ueber eßbares Rüböl. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Für Leimfabrikaten. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Ueber Holzschuhe. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Bischof-Extract. // Anton BRÜGGEMANN: Vanille-Liqueur. // HEEREN: Reibmaschine für technische Laboratorien. // RÜHLMANN: Zur Rauchverbrennungsfrage bei Dampfkesselfeuerungen und anderen gewerblichen Betrieben. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Praktisches, leicht ausführbares Verfahren, den Indigo zu prüfen. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber Holzverarbeitungsmaschinen und deren Anwendung, namentlich für Bauarbeiten. // Guido SCHNITZER: Neues Verfahren der Fabrikation von Salpeter, Seignette-Salz, chemisch reinem Weinstein, Weinsteinsäure, Schwefelsaurem Kali und schwefelsaurem Natron in Einer Folge.// OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber das Färben des Kautschuks mit den Anilinfarben. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber die Anwendung des Zinkoxyds statt des Bleioxyds bei der Fabrikation des Glases. // JOLLE: Ueber die vortheilhafteste Weise das Wachs zu läutern. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber eine neue Methode der Flachsbereitung.// OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ein neues Polstermaterial. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Verfahren, Marmor zu bleichen. // Joh. L. LEUCHS: Einfluß verschiedener Substanzen auf die Gährung. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Rectificirung des Alkohols. // MUSCULUS: Ueber die Umwandlung der Stärke in Glukose und Dextrin. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Die Fortschritte bei der Lenoir'schen Gasmaschine. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber phosphorsaures Kobaltoxydul-Zinkoxyd, als Porzellanfarbe. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Elektrisches Licht durch Quecksilber erzeugt. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Mischung zum Einfetten der Wolle. // E. v. GORUP-BESANEZ: Ueber die Anwendung des Ozons zur Reinigung alter vergilbter Drucke, Holzschnitte und Kupferstiche. // E. MEINE: Ueber ein Neues Reagens auf Anilin. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Neues Verfahren, um vertiefte Gravierungen in erhabene umzuwandeln. // A. KRÖTE: Ueber das günstige Meischverhältniß der Kartoffelmeische. // Bruno MISCHEL: Melasse als Zukühlung. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber die Erkennung von reinem Zinn. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber die technische Verwendbarkeit der weißen und grünköpfigen Riesenmöhre. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Die Bildung von Cyan und Ammoniak aus atmosphärischem Stickgas. // SAUERWEIN: Künstlicher Bimsstein für Tischler. // Wilibald ARTUS: Ueber das Reinigen des Kolophoniums. UND Ueber das Verbrennen einer in dem Taurin ähnlichen Schwefelverbindung in den Destillationsprodukten der schiefererigen Braunkohle, und Verfahren, die Schwefelverbindung abzuschneiden. // Wilibald ARTUS: Ueber das Manganbraun. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Ueber das Pergamentpapier. // Carlos KÖCHLIN: Ueber gebleichtes Bluteiweiß. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Die Anwendung des Leuchtgases zu Cementation. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Neue Methode der Schnellgerberei mittels Gerbestoffes aus Eichenrinden und Anwendung einer Luftpumpe. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Campagnat's Vorschriften zur Bereitung von Kautschukfirnissen und deren Anwendung auf Saffian und zu lackirende Schaffelle. // OHNE ANGABE DES AUTORS: Imprägnierung des Holzes. // OH [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics

      Hutton & Freligh, Memphis 1861 - FIRST REVISED EDITION, MEMPHIS ISSUE. The 1861 edition was issued in Memphis, Philadelphia and New York; no priority has been established. Commissioned by Secretary of War Jefferson Davis, William Hardee's Light Infantry Tactics modernized American infantry drill, allowing for nimbler, faster-paced battle movements. Though Hardee was a Confederate general, both Confederate and Union armies used Hardee's manual during the Civil War. This copy bears the ownership inscription of Isaac Howard, a Confederate soldier whose extensive correspondence with his father is an important primary source for military historians of the Civil War. The "Howard Papers" are part of the Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Memphis: Hutton & Freligh, 1861. 2 vols in 1, as issued. Octavo, original cloth back boards, original label on front cover, with 58 lithographs (complete). Scattered foxing and soiling throughout; some wear and soiling to upper cover. An extraordinary copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Portrait of Lady ........

      London, 1861. Original photograph, carte de visite, albumen print, 9,5 x 6,4 cm, in perfect condition. Caldesi, Blanford & Co Partnership between Leonida Caldesi, Ernest Blanford & John Anthony Scott. STUDIOS: 1. 13 Pall Mall East, Westminster 1860 - May 1862. Successors to Caldesi & Montecchi; succeeded by L. Caldesi & Co. 2. 6 Victoria Grove, Kensington May 1860 - May 1862. Succeeded by L. Caldesi & Co. Adverts for studio 1 IN Athenaeum May 5 1860; Times May 10 1860, February 3 & March 3 1862. Partnership with John Anthony Scott dissolved May 17 1862. LITERATURE: The Royal Collection of pictures at Buckingham Palace London, Colnaghi, 1860. With 40 mounted albumen prints. Gernsheim, Incunabula 118. KEYWORDS:england / london

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        Travels in the Regions of the Upper and Lower Amoor and the Russian Acquisitions on the Confines of India and China

      London, Hurst and Blackett, , 1861. With Adventures among the Mountain Kirghis; and the Manjours, Manyargs, Toungouz, Touzemtz, Goldi, and Gelyaks; the Hunting and Pastoral Tribes. Second Edition. Large octavo (249 × 150 mm) original pinkish purple sand-grained cloth, embossed, title elaborately gilt to the spine and to the upper board together with a large illustrative gilt block "The Dangerous Ride." Tinted lithographic frontispiece and numerous engraved illustrations to the text, large folding map at the rear. Slightly rubbed, spine sunned, corners a little bumped, front hinges just started, else a very bright copy. Second edition, issued the year after the first. Having trained as a stonemason, Atkinson became an architect carrying out some highly accomplished commissions in the Manchester area. Around 1844 "inspired by Alexander von Humboldt's accounts of Siberia, Atkinson then moved to St Petersburg …There, in 1846, he abandoned architecture as a profession for the pursuits of an explorer and topographical artist. Between March and November 1847 he travelled to the Urals, the Kirgiz steppes, and Altai Mountains …Between 1848 and 1853 he travelled extensively in the Russian orient, gathering much geographical and geological information. During this time he produced over 500 water-colours of the landscapes and peoples, some of them 5 or 6 feet square …After his return to Britain, an exhibition of Atkinson's Siberian and Chinese Tartar scenes was held in 1856 at Colnaghi's Gallery, London. Some of these were lithographed and published in his narratives of his travels." (ODNB) He died in 1861, the Athenaeum describing him in their obituary as "the type of an artistic traveller, thin, lithe, and sinewy, with a wrist like a rock and an eye like a poet's; manner singularly gentle, and air which mingled entreaty with command."

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        National Music: The Marseilles Hymn; The Grave of Washington; The Star Gemmed Flag National Hymn; The First Gun is Fired; The Officer's Funeral; Brave Boys Are They; The Vacant Chair; We Are Coming Father Abraham; The Wild Ashe Deer

      Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston 1861 - There are tears to some pages, age toning, foxing, tide marked, soiling, chipping, 1853-1862, Civil War Lincolniana sheet music. Unusual image of American flag 5 stars across by 6 stars down 26 stars total along with Republique Francaise Flag. Book of 12 pieces of sheet music, hand stitched together without boards or covers. Each piece of sheet music has illustration: The Marseilles Hymn by Rouger de Lisle 4pp. The Grave of Washington Composed and sung by Harmoneons Poetry by Marshall S. Pike by L. V. H. Crosby 4pp. The Star Gemmed Flag National Hymn by Rev. F. W. Taylor U.S.N. 7pp. The First Gun is Fired by Geo F. Root 5pp. The Officer's Funeral by The Honorable Mrs. Norton 5pp. Brave Boys Are They by Henry Clay Work 6pp. The Vacant Chair We Shall Meet but We shall Miss Him by Geo. F. Root 6pp. We Are Coming Father Abraham or Three Hundred Thousand More Volunteers by A. B. Irving 5pp. [Lincolniana] Let The Ocean Heave to the Tempest's Wing A Song of the Sea by Robert Davidson 5pp. O Give Me A Home By The Sea by E. A. Hosmer 3pp. The Wild Ashe Deer by Mrs. A. V. Pendleton 5pp. Will You Come to My Mountain Home by Alfred Wheeler 4pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Philp's Washington Described. A Complete View of the American Capital, and the District of Columbia; with Many Notices, Historical, Topographical and Scientific, of the Seat of Government

      Philp & Solomons 1861 - 16mo. Original maroon cloth with gilt stamped lettering and image of the capitol on front cover. Clean, unmarked pages. Moderate sunning to cover. Light scuffing to spine. Minimal shelf-wear. Text and illustrations are crisp and clear. Illustrations throughout and a map of the capital with labeled points of interests. Several pages in back contain various advertisements. This was the original volume printed in 1861 during the construction of the capitol dome. Chapter four details the capital building's history and describes the dome's construction. Other topics discussed are the capital's role in the Revolutionary War, departments of government, surrounding colleges, and local geography. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CATALOGUE DE LIVRES RARES ET CURIEUX Parmi Lesquels On Remarque Une Jolie Collection d'Editions Elzeviriennes Reiliées Par Du Seuil, Padepoup, Derome, Courteval, Ducastin, Vogel, Bozerian, Thouvenin, Muller, Simier, Hering, Koehler, Bauzonnet, Duru, Etc.

      Farancois Librarie, Paris 1861 - (FR) Cover edges rubbed, with leather spine panel completely intact and in good condition but worn, no markings, pages clean, there is a small stamp to the front fly stating "Printed in france" and a label there written in ink" "Millot, Catalogue des livres rares, 1861 in-8 1/2 perc", hinges are solid, about Very Good with rubbing to ocvers as noted. given its age. 22 x 13.5 cm, paper over bds with leather spine and a spine label in ink which states " Catalogue de la vente Millot/ Paris Francois 1861", [i-v] vi-viii, [1] 2-204pp. The title page reads as follows: CATALOGUE DE LIVRES RARES ET CURIEUX Parmi Lesquels On Remarque Une Jolie Collection d'Editions Elzeviriennes Reiliées Par Du Seuil, Padepoup, Derome, Courteval, Ducastin, Vogel, Bozerian, Thouvenin, Muller, Simier, Hering, Koehler, Bauzonnet, Duru, Etc. ayant appartenu A M. MILLOT / La vente aura lieu le lundi 17 juin 1864, à 7 heures du soir et jours suivants / Maison Silvestre, rue des Bons-Enfants, 28 (Salle du premier étage) / par le ministre de Me. Levillain, commissaire-priseur / rue du Faubourg-Montmartre, 62 / Paris / Francois, Librarie/ rue des Saints-Pères, 23 / 1861. The book is entirely in French and is a listing of 1463 rare books in the following catagories: Théologie, Jurisprudence, Sciences et Arts, Belles-Lettres, Historire. Some of the listing go back to the middle of the 17th century; others are as late as the early 19th century. There is a four-page introduction to the catalogue by Francois, the bookseller, who lists the psuedonyms used by the Elzeviers when printing controversial books. (1.8 jm HOQ 101/1 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Cloister and the Hearth. A Tale of the Middle Ages

      London: W. Clowes for Trübner & Co, 1861. First edition. 4 vols., 8vo. . Original green cloth with gilt-lettered spines. Hinges cracked, lower joint of volume I splitting; title reinserted in vol. II, with one small loss to corner. With the bookplates of MICHAEL SADLEIR in each volume, along with three others. In full red morocco slipcases, with chemises. Parrish 206; Sadleir 1999 . MICHAEL SADLEIR'S COPY of the scarce first edition of one the great historical novels. Set in of the latter part of the 15-century, and against a background of the Reformation, the invention of printing, and a wealth of historical characters such as Luther, Deschamps, Villon, and Erasmus (as a child), Reade weaves a rich tapestry revolving around the tragic love-story of Erasmus' parents. Very scarce in the original cloth, this is an exceptional copy with the distinguished provenance of the great collector and bibliographer of 19th-century fiction, Michael Sadleir

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        Egypt, The Soudan and Central Africa, with Explorations from Khartoum on the White Nile to the Regions of the Equator.

      William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London. - 1861, first edition, folding map, 482 pages, this is a very good hardback copy which has at some time been rebound into red cloth covers with the original spine relaid. Photos available on request. We have other books on the Arabs. For any enquiries, please click on "ask bookseller a question". If you are ever in Bath, please visit our bookshop, Bath Old Books. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Egypt, the Soudan and Central Africa. With Explorations from Khartoum on the White Nile to the regions of the equator. Being Sketches from sixteen years’ Travel

      Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1861. . First edition, 8vo, xii, 482 pp. Folding map with a closed tear to the inner edge. Label removed from the paste down, brief ink scribblings to the same and to the fly leaf. Original gilt titled blue cloth, spine stained and slightly wrinkled, some wear to the top of the lower joint, gilt arms of the Knox Institute, Haddington, to upper cover. Initially employed as a mining engineer in Egypt, Petherick also traded in gum arabic and was appointed British Vice-Consul in Khartoum in 1858. He is best known for the controversy surrounding Speke and Grant’s arrival following their expedition to discover the source of the Nile. Despite being only a short distance away, and Speke and Grant’s extreme late arrival, he was blamed for his absence and his reputation suffered accordingly.

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        Notes of lectures on "Morbid Anatomy" delivered in University College, London

      London 1861 - Jenner, William (1815-98). Notes of lectures on "Morbid Anatomy" delivered in University College, London by Dr. Jenner. 152, [4, blank], 9pp. With: Harley, George (1829-96). Notes of lectures on "Medical Jurisprudence" delivered in University College, London, by Dr. Harley. 168pp. Together two sets of manuscript notes in the hand of a student, Thomas F. Green, contained in a single notebook. [London], 1861. 221 x 183 mm. Original boards, cloth backstrip with leather label, worn, title inscribed by Green on front cover. Slight soiling, a few leaves cut out with no loss of text, but very good.William Jenner was professor of pathological anatomy, clinical medicine and the principles and practice of medicine at University College, London. He was a distinguished pathologist, best known for being the first to make the definitive distinction between typhus and typhoid; see Garrison-Morton 5027. George Harley, who studied under François Magendie, Claude Bernard and Robert Bunsen, was professor of medical jurisprudence at University College; he published the classic description of paroxysmal hemoglobinuria in 1865 (see Garrison-Morton 4171). Harley studied the toxicology of strychnine, and was the first to demonstrate that animals poisoned with strychnine could be saved by administering curare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Life of a Fireman: The New Era . Steam and Muscle

      Currier & Ives, New York 1861 - Lithograph with original hand-color. General signs of aging; mild discoloration, overall a good example. Sheet size: 20 1/4 x 27 7/8". Inventory#:p53pmat.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        THE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. 7 Volumes, 2 vols Mammalia, 2 vols Birds, Reptiles,Fishes, Insects.

      UK. William Mackenzie 1861 - Hardbacks, 7 Volumes or Divisions, previous owners inscription dated 1851. it states 1803 on the title page, Volume 1 Mammalia by T.Spencer Cobbold, light rubs to edges / board, bookplate on inner board, nice colour plates, Volume 2 Mammalia, few marks to boards, this one has no title page, starts at plate one, slight marks to some plates. Volume 3 Birds by William S.Dallas, few rubs to boards, Volume 4 Birds, this one has no title page, starts at plate 1 Volume 5 Reptiles by William Baird, some marks to boards. Volume 6 Fishes by Sir John Richardson. Vols 5 & 6 have small marks to rear boards. some marks / fading to boards, few marks internally, mainly black & white plates to this volume, Volume 7, Insects by Adam White. colour & black & white plates, all edges Gilt, all have bookplate to inner board, the odd mark here & there, couple of nicked pages, hessian showing to inner hinge here & there, but overalll Very Nice Books, Extra Postage may be Needed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travaux Hydrauliques Maritimes [Marseille ]. Ouvrage descriptif de l'Installation des chantiers pour l'exploitation des Blocs Naturels, la Confection des Blocs Artificiels et l'immersion de ces deux espèces de Blocs. Installation ayant servi à la construction de la Grande Jetée du large du Bassin Napoléon (Port de Marseille) Planches [ Planches I à VI, X à XIV, XVII, XIX à XXI, XXIII, XXIX à XXXI, XXXVIII, XL, XLII, XLIII, XLV à LV ]

      F. Canquoin 1861 - 1 vol. in-folio oblong en feuilles sous chemise cartonnée, F. Canquoin, Marseille, 1861, avec 33 chromolithographies au format 53 x 42 cm Volume de planches seul et incomplet, contenant les 33 chromolithographies suivantes : planches I à VI, X à XIV, XVII, XIX à XXI, XXIII, XXIX à XXXI, XXXVIII, XL, XLII, XLIII, XLV à LV. Etat moyen (cartonnage abîmé fort. frottés, nombreuses chromo. salies ou frottées, voire abîmées, croquis manusc. au verso de 3 pl., mais néanmoins un très intéressant ensemble). Rare. Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jewish School Books - No. 1 TORAT MOSHE THE LAWS OF MOSES A catechism of the Jewish Religion

      S. Solomons, London, Great Britain 1861 - BK190. OCLC: 3 copies worldwide. Edition: Second thousand. Stains to boards, inner hinges exposed. Such small books rarely survived, especially given their use in the schools. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        The Cloister and the Hearth. A Tale of the Middle Ages

      London: W. Clowes for Trübner & Co, 1861 - MICHAEL SADLEIR'S COPY of the scarce first edition of one the great historical novels. Set in of the latter part of the 15-century, and against a background of the Reformation, the invention of printing, and a wealth of historical characters such as Luther, Deschamps, Villon, and Erasmus (as a child), Reade weaves a rich tapestry revolving around the tragic love-story of Erasmus' parents. Very scarce in the original cloth, this is an exceptional copy with the distinguished provenance of the great collector and bibliographer of 19th-century fiction, Michael Sadleir First edition. 4 vols., 8vo. . Original green cloth with gilt-lettered spines. Hinges cracked, lower joint of volume I splitting; title reinserted in vol. II, with one small loss to corner. With the bookplates of MICHAEL SADLEIR in each volume, along with three others. In full red morocco slipcases, with chemises. Parrish 206; Sadleir 1999 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Tom Brown at Oxford

      Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1861. - Sequel to the Most Famous of All British School Stories With an Autograph Note and an Autograph Letter by the Author[HUGHES, Thomas]. Tom Brown at Oxford. By the Author of "Tom Brown’s School Days." In Three Volumes. Cambridge and London: Macmillan and Co., 1861.First edition. Three small octavo volumes (7 3/8 x 4 15/16 inches; 188 x 125 mm.). xii, 319, [1, blank]; vii, [1, blank], 338, [1, advertisements], [1, blank]; vii, [1, blank], 309, [3, blank] pp. At the end of Volume I is a publisher’s catalogue (23, [1] pp.) dated "15.10.61."Original royal blue morocco-grain cloth with covers ruled in blind and spines ruled in gilt and blind and lettered in gilt. Original cream-colored coated endpapers. Binder’s ticket on rear pastedown of Volume I: "Bound by/Burn/37 & 38/Kirby St." Minor rubbing to cloth boards and to extremities. Rear hinge of Volumes I and III expertly and almost invisibly repaired. Small hole (measuring approximately 3/8 x 1/4 inch) in the lower inner margin of half-title of Volume I. Leather bookplate of John Stuart Groves on front pastedown of each volume. An excellent copy. Individually chemised and housed together in a quarter dark blue slipcase.The sequel to the most famous of all British school stories and the novel that firmly established the genre, Tom Brown's Schooldays.Laid into Volume I is an Autograph Letter Signed by Hughes to a Mr. Moran, dated "9 Old Square, Lin Inn, Jany 28/68." Written in black ink. One twelvemo page on a folded leaf. "I want copies of Bemis’s pamphlets & any other good papers official or otherwise on that side of the Alabama question which are not printed in our blue books—Can you lend me these for a week or two—Ever yours Tho. Hughes."Tipped to the half-title of Volume I is a Signed Note by Thomas Hughes, dated Chester, March 1883 [?], being a transcription of Arthur Hugh Clough’s poem, "Say Not the Struggle Nought Availeth" (with variations from the published version): "Say not the struggle nought availeth/The labour & the wounds are vain,/The enemy faints not nor faileth,/And as things have been, things remain./Though hopes were vain, fears may be liars;/Who knows but, by yon smoke concealed,/Our comrades chase e'en now the fliers,/E’en now possess the stricken field—/For tho’ the tired waves, idly breaking,/Seem here no tedious inch to gain,/Far back, through creek & inlet making,/Comes, silent flooding in, the main—/And not thro’ eastern windows only,/When daylight comes comes in the light./In front the sun climbs slow—how slowly!/But eastward, look, the land is bright./A H Clough.""British jurist, reformer, and novelist best known for Tom Brown’s School Days (1857). Hughes was educated at Rugby School from 1834 to 1842. His love for the great Rugby headmaster Thomas Arnold and for games and boyish high spirits are admirably captured in Tom Brown’s School Days. The book did much to create an enduring image of the typical public-school boy and to popularize the doctrine of ‘muscular Christianity.’ From 1842 to 1845 Hughes was at Oriel College, Oxford, and Tom Brown at Oxford (1861), a less-successful sequel, gives a picture of live there at the time. Hughes’s admiration for the religious reformer Frederick Denison Maurice led him to join the Christian Socialists and, in 1854, to become a founding member of the Working Men’s College, of which he was principal from 1872 to 1883. His simple, earnest approach to religion and his robust patriotism show plainly in his tracts A Layman’s Faith (1868) and The Manliness of Christ (1879)" (Merriam-Webster’s Encyclopedia of Literature).Sadleir 1234. Parrish, pp.120-1. Wolff 3331. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Japanese Fragments. With Facsimiles of Illustrations By Artists of Yedo

      Bradbury and Evans, London 1861 - [Early Western Depiction of Japanese Color Prints]. Original purple blindstamped cloth boards with gilt vignette (boys feeding storks) on front board and gilt lettering and decoration on spine, gilt edges, 6 color woodblock plates, 11 black and white woodblock engravings and 6 woodblock text illustrations, 139 pp. Japanese history with focus on foreign contacts with Japan. Said to be one of the earliest appearances of Hokusai and Hiroshige color prints in any Western publication. ~~ Condition. The book is Good condition. The covers and spine are heavily faded. There is puckering of the cloth along the top, bottom and side edges of the front cover. Edges are scraped (including along the spine) and corners bumped. Gilt on the spine is quite faded. Internally very clean. One color plate ("Fishing Boats at Sea") has a 3/4 inch tear in the margin. The front paste down shows evidence of removal of a large book plate or similar type item that was once affixed. ~~~ More information, to include digital pics, available on request.

      [Bookseller: George C. Baxley]
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