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        Gilchrist, Alexander

      London: Macmillan, 1863. 2 vols., 8vo, xv, 389; vii, 268 pp., with a portrait frontispiece in vol. 1, a folding frontispiece of the Canterbury Pilgrims in vol. 2, and numerous illustrations. Original brown cloth with elaborate gilt-stamped designs, a brilliant set in virtually flawless condition. Hoar bookplate in each volume. First edition. Of especial interest are the original prints - three from the Virgil woodblocks and 17 from electrotypes made from the original copperplates of the Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Bentley, Blake Books, 1680A.

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        Hints to Company Officers on Their Military Duties

      D. Van Nostrand, New York 1863 - One of the rarest books on Civil War leadership and the responsibilities of Company officers. The principal portion of this work was written while the author was confined as a prisoner of war in the State of Georgia, and contains, in a small compass, a large amount of information to Company Officers which can not be found in the "Regulations." An officer can not fail to be better qualified for a command after a careful perusal of its pages. Andrews served with the Third Regiment Minnesota Infantry, U.S. Volunteers, rising from his role as Lt. Colonel at Vicksburg to full Colonel at Fitzhugh's Woods and finally to Brigadier General at Pine Bluff. In 1865 he was assigned to the command of the Second Division of the VIII Corps and participated in the siege of Fort Blakely and then finished his role in command of the Mobile division where he was brevetted Major General. 68pp., (16)pp ads at rear. bound in red cloth lettered in gilt, spine blank but with a partial homemade paper label, brown coated endpapers, a bit of toning to page edges, foxing to preliminaries, a few very tiny nicks to spine and some soiling to covers, contemporary owner's name, otherwise a very good copy of this exceedingly rare work locating no auction records and not in Nevins. [see Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars 1861-1865] Size: 18mo (6"x4") [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Flowers from many lands: a Christian companion for Hours of Recreation

      London: Religious Tract Society, circa, 1863. Octavo, eight colour plates, very good in old gilt ruled morocco, joints rubbed. This attractive literary selection is illustrated with eight colour plates showcasing English, Japanese, Indian, Syrian, Australian, North and South American and African flowers: each plate is accompanied by text explaining the species. The Australian flower plate features the Pretty Correa, a Boronia blossom, the Scarlet Kennedya, Hairy Pyrethrum and the Greater Clitoria.

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        Die Aphorismen des Hippokrates nebst den Glossen eines Homöopathen.

      Leipzig, Purfürst, 1863,. Erste Ausgabe, 8°, goldgeprägter Halblederband der Zeit mit marmorierten Deckeln, XXIV, 640 Seiten.. Einband minimal berieben. Namenseintrag auf Vorsatzblatt. Einige Anmerkungen von alter Hand. Minimalst fleckig. Sehr schönes Exemplar und von größter Seltenheit.

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        Das Schweizerland in Bild und Wort. Dargestellt in malerischen Original-Ansichten und von verschiedenen Künstlern in Stahl gestochen. Mit geschichtlich-, topo- und orographisch- physikalisch- und ethnographisch erläuterndem Text.

      Chr. Krüsi,, Basel, 1863 - 1. und 2. Hälfte in 1 Band. Basel, Chr. Krüsi, (1863-1868). 4°. 4 Bl., 464 Spalten; 2 Bl., Spalte 465-926. Mit 160 Stahlstichtafeln (inkl. 2 gestoch. Titel). HLdr.-Bd. der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel. Lonchamp 1100. - Barth 17369. - Die Mehrzahl der Stiche von Jakob Lorenz Rüdisühli, Texte von Hermann Alexander Berlepsch und Karl Morell. - Minim stockfleckig, schönes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch HLdr.-Bd. der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'ingénieux Hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche.

      Paris, Librairie L. Hachette & Cie, 1863. - 2 volumes in-folio (437X337mm), XXIII-459-II; 515-IIp. Premier tirage. Célèbre édition illustrée de 120 planches hors texte (dont 2 frontispices) et de nombreuses vignettes dans le texte de Gustave Doré gravées par H. Pisan. Quelques légères rousseurs, principalement dans les marges, sinon très bel exemplaire. Reliures pleine percaline rouge d'éditeur, avec titre doré sur les dos et sur les plats (Magnier).

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        Les Roses.

      [Paris]: Léon Curmer, 1861-1863. - 3 volumes. 16mo., (5 ¾ x 4 ¾ inches). ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT half-titles and vignette title pages LAVISHLY ILLUMINATED IN GILT AND COLOR. 113 EXQUISITE MINIATURE WATERCOLORS plus frontispieces; 3 engraved plates, original pen sketch and 2 photographic portraits inserted (very occasional offsetting, engraved plates slightly toned). Contemporary red morocco, green morocco gilt doublures, green moiré silk guards, by Marius Michel; red levant chemises and pull-off cases by Hardy-Mennil (chemises worn but holding). Provenance: With the armorial device of Léon Curmer (1801-1870) in the center and his monogram at head and foot of the doublures, his sale, Paris, 22 May 1874. With the bookplate to verso of front free endpaper of Robert Hoe, his sale, Part IV, Anderson Auction Company, 18 November 1912 (describing a fourth volume). General Brayton Ives, his sale, American Art Association, 6 April 1915. Donated to the Hispanic Society of American in 1955 by Archer M. Huntington (describing only three volumes, as here). Christie's sale 2059, Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts Including Americana, 5 December 2008. A SUPERB COLLECTION OF MINIATURE PAINTINGS OF ROSES BY A STUDENT OF REDOUTÉ. Manuscript on paper. Includes "Histoire de la Rose" by Edouard Cadol and Delongchamps (1859), with quotations from French poets, written within blue and gold borders. Rembert was a student of Redouté who produced two such manuscripts for Curmer, the present one and "Les Fleurs" (February 1858-1861-3 April 1862). The prefatory page of "Les Fleurs" says of Rembert: "qui pourrait se glorifier d'etre élève de Redouté, s'il n'était lui-même un maître" ("who could boast of being Redouté's student, even if he himself was not a master"). "Les Roses" took two years to make and was described in the Curmer sale catalogue as an "admirable manuscript." The publisher and bookseller Léon Curmer (1801-1870), who specialized in botanical art, was one of the first publishers to make systematic use of chromolithography to reproduce Medieval illuminated manuscripts in color. He also applied this new and innovative technique to photography. He opened his bookshop in 1833, going bankrupt in 1845 but continuing to publish many works over the next 20 years. He is perhaps best known for his edition of "Paul et Virginie" (1836-1838), one of the most illustrated books of the Romantic period. Marius Michel (born Henry-François-Victor Michel, 1846-1925) was a French gilder and art binder trained by his father Jean Michel, becoming his partner in 1866 before founding a bindery together in 1876. "A CHARMING COLLECTION, the text of which is formed by the 'History of the Rose' by Edouard Cadol and Delongchamps, and by poems referring to the Rose. All the paintings were executed by Ferdinand Rembert from specimens furnished by the most celebrated cultivators of roses, and the butterflies and insects were painted after the suggestion of M. Deyrolle. The names of the roses were given by Eugène Verdier and Edouard André" (quoted in the Anderson catalogue: A Catalogue of Manuscripts Forming a Portion of the Library of Robert Hoe, New York: Privately Printed, 1909, p.197). 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 Megan Scauri, M.A., M.L.S., in the Rare Book Department. Bookseller Inventory #72MMS156. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Invasion of The Crimea: its Origin, and An Account of its Progress Down To The Death of Lord Raglan

      Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1863-87. 8 volumes, illustrated, numerous fold-out plates. Bound in 1/2 red morocco, raised bands, gilt lettered spines, top edges gilt, by Bickers & Son, hinges fine, overall VERY GOOD.

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      1863 - ("A. Lincoln") in black ink on Executive Mansion, Washington, letterhead, March 18, 1863. 5" x 8", 1 page with integral leaf. Very good. Integral blank with an autograph endorsement signed by Holt and clerical endorsement from the Adjutant General's office. To Judge Advocate General Joseph Holt: Lincoln requests his Judge Advocate General to investigate the "Strong Mitigating Circumstances" surrounding the court-martial of a member of the West Point Class of 1861. "It is said Lieut. John Benson [Williams], of the 3rd regular infantry, as been sentenced by a Military Commission, to be dismissed the service. I have some reason to believe there are strong mitigating circumstances in his case, which the Commission perhaps, did not deem competent for them to consider, I will thank you to procure the record, examine it and report it to me. . ." Holt forwarded Lincoln's letter to the Adjutant General, noting that "No record or report in regard to [the Williams case] has been received at this office." The letter was returned to Holt, accompanied by the record of William's court-martial and docketed "Please see papers within." After studying the record, Holt made a lengthy report to Secretary of War Stanton, March 30, 1863, which survives in the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. Holt dismissed the "mitigating circumstances" referenced by Lincoln - Williams's supposedly "severe sickness" - and concluded that "It is evident that Lieut. Williams left his command on the battlefield and returned to Washington, without leave and in known violation of orders and of his duty. . . .[He] has shown himself disqualified for the profession of arms." On April 8th, Stanton, in turn forwarded Holt's deposition to the President, "as requested by his note on the 18th Ulto" (that is, the present letter). Lincoln ended the matter with his own terse endorsement on April 11th: "I decline to interfere in Behalf of Lieut. Williams" (Basler 4:169). Although referred to in Basler's note regarding Lincoln's endorsement, the present letter does not appear in "The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln". [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Field Promotion of Joseph A. Slipper, Signed

      Very Good. 1863. Signed vellum field promotion of Joseph A. Slipper to to Assistant Adjutant General with the rank of Captain. (Slipper survived the war and was a journalist and bookprinter in New York City.) Framed and matted with plaque and 19th century portrait of Lincoln; also signed by by Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War ; Autograph; 36.5 in x 30 in; Signed by Author .

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        The Scottish Nation; or the Surnames, Families, Literature, Honours, and Biographical History of the People of Scotland. [Complete in three volumes]

      Edinburgh:: A. Fullarton & Co.,, 1863.. First edition.. Hardcover. VG+. viii, 4, 752pp; [ii], 4, 752pp; [ii], 4, 736pp: each volume with engraved portraits, woodcuts in the text, and engraved tables of titular genealogies, printed in black and red and showing family crests. Contents very clean, though with some tanning at the portraits, and with foxing to the prelims and final pages. Each volume with the 1863 ownership name of Charles Neil to the first blank leaf and the armorial bookplate of John Whiting to the pastedown. Neil's blindstamp to head of title pages: also, in Vol.I, his name. Quarto, all edges marbled, in attractive early 20thC bindings of half morocco with marbled boards, ruled and titled in gilt, bright, clean and firm. A very nice set. [EXTRA Heavy Item]

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        On the Coagulation of the Blood" in The Proceedings of the Royal Society, Volume 12, 1863, pp. 580-611

      FIRST EDITION of the Croonian Lecture in which Joseph Lister demonstrated the cause of blood coagulation. "Lister exploded the theory that blood coagulation is due to ammonia and showed that, in the blood vessels, it depends upon their injury. He further showed that by carrying out the strictest precautions he could keep blood free from putrefaction indefinitely, thus supporting his theory that bacteria were the cause of wound suppuration." (Garrison-Morton 871). "In 1863, Lister embarked upon experiments that were designed to examine the idea that clotting was due to the liberation of ammonia. Almost incidentally, he made the important discovery that blood remained partially fluid for several hours in a vulcanized India-rubber tube but clotted promptly in an ordinary cup" (Wintrobe, Blood, Pure and Eloquent, 619). Lister concluded that the real cause of coagulation of the blood is "the influence exerted upon it by ordinary matter, the contact of which for a very brief period effects a change in the blood, inducing a mutual reaction between its solid and fluid constituents, in which the corpuscles impart to the liquor sanguinis a disposition to coagulate" (Lister). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: Harrison & Sons. Entire volume. 8vo. 8.5 by 5.5 inches (213 x 138mm). 731pp. Lister paper: Pages 580-611. Ex-libris. As a whole, the volume is inclusive of Proceedings papers from 6 March 1862 to 18 June 1863. Illustrations: Lister: six in-text illustrations. Exterior: Handsomely bound in half calf over marbled paper boards. Five raised bands at the spine. Chipped red morocco, gilt-lettered spine label; another label appears to be missing; very slight ghosting remains where a library label apparently was. Scuffing and rubbing at the edges, a bit more so at the head and foot of the spine. Professionally rendered Japanese paper repair at the spine. Tightly and very solidly bound. Interior: Complete. Ex-libris stamps to title and contents page; Springfield Library plate on rear pastedown. Marbled endpapers and pages. Bright and clean throughout. The Lister paper is pristine.

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        Salammbô , 1863, Edition Originale premier tirage

      Michel Lévy 1863 D?après Baudelaire cette Edition Originale fut tirée à 2000 exemplaires qui furent enlevés en deux jours. Cet exemplaire du premier tirage présente bien les fautes corrigées dans les tirages suivants ( Dumesnil, Vicaire III 724. Talvart VI, 4, 2a. 935 G, carteret 1 page 266) : "effraya" au lieu de "effrayèrent" page 5, « scissites » au lieu de « syssites » pages 80, 97, 251, 368, et 370 ). Edition Originale dans son premier tirage de 1863 par Michel Lévy, reliure demi cuir avec un dos en chagrin orné d?une pièce de titre et deux fleurons gravés à l?or fin, intérieur en très bon état à l?exception de la page de titre qui comporte de légères auréoles, format in 8, 474 pages.

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        The Weather Book

      Longman, London 1863 - First edition in dark blue cloth with gilt title on spine and blind stamped decoration on boards. Fully restored copy which has been re-sewn, re-backed preserving the original spine, corners consolidated and tears repaired with Japanese tissue. Original brown end papers which are a little marked. Previous owner name and town on front paste down and title-page. The text block is generally very clean and bright but there is some occasional light foxing and a few areas of light staining to page extremities. Pages a little cockled. 16 plates as called for, including two colour fold-outs on blue paper showing storm and wind patterns with their original tissue guards and two double page lithos of cloud patterns. The three large fold-out charts have repaired joins where they usually tear from opening. All plates are in very good condition. Attractive copy of this hard to find first edition. Pp. x, [2], 464, [4], [39pp adverts], [3pp index] + 16 plates. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Auswölbung der Kirche St. Salvatoris in Zellerfeld. (1863-1864).

      1863.. Jeweils Hlwd.-Mappe d. Zt. (39,5x31,5 cm und 43x32 cm). Ein Rückenbezug leicht lädiert, Schließbänder fehlten. Etwas fleckig. Passepartout gering stockfleckig.. Quer-fol. Aquarellierte Federzeichnung auf Papier (30x38 cm) u. Aquarell auf Zeichenkarton (ca. 26x35,5 cm, unter Passepartout). Jeweils in zugehöriger Mappe. Frühe Arbeiten des schleswig-holsteinischen Architekten, Stadtplaners und Architekturtheoretikers Johannes Otzen (1839-1911), beide Blätter signiert u. bezeichnet. Die 1683 als Saalkirche erbaute St.-Salvatoris-Kirche in Clausthal-Zellerfeld wurde 1863/64 nach Plänen von Conrad Wilhelm Hase in eine dreischiffige Hallenkirche umgebaut, die Bauleitung hatte Hases Schüler Otzen. Der aufwendige Umbau wurde von König Georg V. finanziell unterstützt.

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        Further Papers on the Subject of Convict Discipline and Transportation

      London: Eyre and Spottiswoode for HMSO, 1863, 1864. Tall quarto volume containing two above-titled publications relating to convict transportation; bound with other material related to Scottish prisons, Poor Relief and other legal matters; all in fine condition, green cloth with red leather spine label. A fascinating selection of documents relating to the last years of convict life in Australia. This collection of bound parliamentary papers contains two publications titled 'Further Papers on the Subject of Convict Discipline and Transportation' dated July 1863 and February 1864 respectively. Both print a selection of correspondence between Australian Governors and the Secretary of State regarding the convict system. At this stage transportation had ceased to all colonies excepting Western Australia where it continued on a limited scale until 1867. Accordingly, these two publications form a detailed record of the final years of the convict system in Western Australia. Aside from discussion of finance and logistics, several of Governor Hampton's dispatches concern the selection of men best suited to the conditions of his colony. Much of the success of transportation to Western Australia lay with the selection of men suitable for assigned labour and the relatively lenient ticket-of-leave system here practised (in contrast to the indiscriminate transportation of large numbers of felons to Van Diemen's Land in the 1840s that caused widespread social upheaval and disruption). Of additional interest is a dispatch titled 'Breaking up of the convict establishment at Bermuda, and transfer of Prisoners to Western Australia' that includes correspondence between the Governor of Bermuda and the Secretary of State on the subject. Dispatches from Tasmania include a report of three pages on the convict establishment at Port Arthur followed by a breakdown of the number and description of convicts for the year 1862. Overall, correspondence from the Governors of other Australian colonies report widespread public hostility to any possibility of a return to the convict system. Fuelled by rumours that transportation was once again before British parliament for consideration, these 'Memorials against Transportation' played an important part in forming a confident and distinct Australian national identity.

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        10 eigenh. Briefe m. Unterschrift.

      Wien, 1863-1868.. Zus. 13 S., 8°.. Der mit Napoleon III. befreundete Gramont war 1870 als Außenminister des Kabinetts von Emile Ollivier eine der handelnden Personen im Vorfeld des Deutsch-Französischen Krieges. - Der Empfänger der auf Französisch abgefassten Briefe ist Jacques (Jacob) Mislin (1807-1878). Der aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen stammende Mislin konnte dank seines Onkels an der berühmten Lehranstalt von Porrentruy im Schweizer Kanton Bern studieren, wo er nicht viel später auch selbst unterrichten sollte. Der 1830 zum Priester geweihte kath. Theologe wurde 1836 auf Vermittlung des Grafen von Bombelle an den Wiener Hof berufen, wo er einer der Lehrer der Söhne von Erzherzog Franz Karl und Erzherzogin Sophie wurde und damit sowohl den zukünftigen Kaiser Franz Joseph wie auch Erzherzog Ferdinand Maximilian (später Kaiser Max von Mexiko) unterrichtete (u.a. auch in Erdkunde). Vor der Revolution von 1848 unternahm Mislin eine Pilgerreise von Wien über Budapest und Konstantinopel nach Jersusalem. Der danach erschienene Reisebericht wurde in mehrere Sprachen übersetzt und mehrfach nachgedruckt. In den folgenden Jahren leitete er die Bibliothek am Hof der Herzogin von Parma, Erzherzogin Marie Louise, wurde zum Abt von St. Maria von Deg (Ungarn), geheimer Kämmerer u. Hausprälat Papst Pius' XI., Apostolischer Pronotar, Kanoniker der Kathedrale von Großwardein, Träger zahlr. Orden (u.a. von Spanien, Parma u. des Ritterordens vom Heiligen Grab zu Jerusalem) sowie Mitglied zahlr. Akademien. Der Verfasser zahlr. Publikationen und Vertraute des belgischen Königs und des Grafen von Chambord blieb nach der Rückkehr von seiner Pilgerreise in Wien, wo er weiterhin in persönlichem Kontakt mit dem Kaiserhaus stand. - In einem numerierten, von Mislin eigenh. beschrifteten Papierumschlag. - Beiliegend 19 Briefe der Schottin Emma Mary Mackinnon (1811-1891), mit der Gramont seit 1848 verheiratet war sowie 3 weitere Beilagen (ein Brief von Gramonts Kind, einer der "Comtesse d'Appony sowie eine Notiz Mislins). -

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        Unpublished Union Soldier's Civil War Journal: 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 13 Sep 1863 - 18 May 1864

      Tennessee and Georgia, 1863. Half Leather. Very Good. Half Leather. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 63-page manuscript half-leather diary centered in a 6"x7" ledger book later used by Clum in the 1880s. Post war accounting entries, notes, and recipes surround the journal entries. Sound binding overall, however several leaves of the journal are separated. Cover has some rubbing and edge wear. Journal entries are legible; pages are in good shape. Terrific content. First Sergeant Clum's journal includes exceptional accounts of combat during the battles of Mossy Creek, Tennessee and Rocky Face Ridge. Although most entries describe in detail the boredom, sickness, drudgery, rumors and anxiety of life in the field for Civil War infantry company, the journal also contains long and vivid accounts of the excitement and terror of charging into fusillades of musket fire and artillery explosions. Examples of the entries include: 29 Dec: " Heavy firing of Artillery and Musketry all morning. We expected to have hot work. . . . Moved to the extreme right on the double quick, a distance of 1 ½ miles. . . . Immediately took up positions. . . . By this time the Rebs had got their Battery in position and commenced shelling us, and they put them in thick and fast falling around and among us. . . . They now opened on us with grape and canister shot but most of it went over our heads. After being under fire for 3 ½ hours we were ordered to fall back. . . . As we fell back our enemy withdrew and left us in possession of the field. Those of our wounded and dead [who reached enemy lines] was stripped of all their clothing even to their socks." 4-16 May: "We was ordered forward . . . and took our position our line about 200 yards from 2 lines of ? held by the rebs - had come down a very steep precipice to get to our position- the order soon came to fix bayonets. Forward double quick charge - we had a field to cross some 20 rods (110 yards) wide to reach them - but we never got nearer than ½ way across - they poured in such a tremendous fire from stone entrenchments - artillery & musketry that no troops could live though - the order was given to fall back - which we done - The casualties in Company C as follows - Killed George Baker, Joseph ? & James Clawson - Wounded Capt Wm D Stone, Lieut A O ?, Lieut George Black, [and sixteen more.] Col Young ordered us to take the men and get our dead and wounded off the field - we are right at it - a sorrowful task." Clum entered the war in April of 1861 and served until July 1865, eventually reaching the rank of First Lieutenant before he was discharged. During that time he fought in the battles of Mossy Creek, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Dallas, Kennesaw Mountain, Atlanta, Waynesboro, Franklin, Nashville, Fort Anderson, Town Creek, and Mosely Hall.

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        Gen. Doubleday forwards Gen. Hunter?s request to Gen. Patrick that his letter be forwarded across the Rappahannock River ?by the next flag of truce??

      Autograph Letter Signed \"A. Doubleday,\" 1p, 5? x 7.75?. Head Quarters 2nd Brigade 1st Division I Corps [Falmouth, Virginia], January 15, 1863. To Gen. [Marsena R.] Patrick, Provost Marshall Genl, Head Qs, Army Potomac. Minor smudge on one word. Inlaid to 5.5? x 8.25?. Fine condition.In full, ?The enclosed letter Maj. Genl Hunter would like to have forwarded across the river by the next flag of truce, if there be no official obstacles in the way.\"Abner Doubleday served as Commander of the 2nd Brigade 1st Division I Corps from September 12-14, 1862, December 22-28, 1862, and January 4-18, 1863 when he was put in command of the 3rd Division, I Corps.The recipient of this letter, Gen. Marsena R. Patrick, commanded the 2nd Brigade 3rd Division I Corps (March-April 1862) and the 3rd Brigade 1st Division I Corps (September-October 1862). He was Provost Marshal General of the Army of the Potomac (1863-1865) and of the armies operating against Richmond (1864-1865).

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        Reminiscences of Thirty Years' Residence in N.S.W . and Victoria. With a supplementary chapter on transportation and the ticket-of-leave system

      London: Samson, Low, Son and Co., 1863. Octavo, original blind blocked plum cloth, gilt spine lettering; shaken, front inner hinge split and tender, some flecking of the back board, a few leaves chipped at top-edge where opened, good. First edition of the memoirs of Sir Roger Therry (1800 - 1874) magistrate of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Therry's Reminiscences are an important source of detailed and obscure information on early Australian history and the book includes a chapter on gold. Therry examines rival claims for the first discovery of gold 'claimants to the discovery are almost as numerous as the cities that claimed the birthplace of Homer' and describes the rapid social and economic effects that followed. Interestingly, the tale of an unnamed convict who presented a nugget to the authorities is narrated: the convict refused to reveal its location and was charged with stealing a watch and melting it down! He received 150 lashes for his efforts. Other sections of interest include the judicial treatment of settlers charged with the murder of Aborigines and the plight of female convicts in the early years of the colony. A thousand copies of the first edition were printed February of 1863, with 300 copies sent to Sydney for sale. Favourable reviews in Britain led to a second edition in April 1863, however the work attracted strong criticism in Sydney due to Therry's firm support for the Catholic church and unsold copies were returned to the publisher.

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        Mittelmeerlandschaft., Aquarell über Bleistift.

      1863 - Schwer leserlich signiert "F Dreg[s]"und datiert. Von einem etwas erhöht liegenden Betrachterstandpunkt aus fällt der Blick auf den Küstenabschnitt am Rand einer südlichen Stadt. Im Hintergrund zeigt sich ein gebirgiger Küstenabschnitt. In zarten, vorwiegend erdigen Farben aquarellierte, impressionistisch aufgefasste weite Landschaft. - Durchgehend mit kleinen Stockflechen. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100

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        Field Promotion of Joseph A. Slipper, Signed

      Very Good. 1863. Signed vellum field promotion of Joseph A. Slipper to to Assistant Adjutant General with the rank of Captain. (Slipper survived the war and was a journalist and bookprinter in New York City.) Framed and matted with plaque and 19th century portrait of Lincoln; also signed by by Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War ; Autograph; 36.5 in x 30 in; Signed by Author .

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        Carta Esférica de una parte del Mar de Java que comprende el Estrecho de Sonda segun los trabajos holandeses.

      1863 - Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1863. Touches of original colour. 980 x 640mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia. Old sea chart of the eastern approaches of the Sunda Strait, through the western Java Sea, with the south east coasts of Sumatra and the north west coast of Java. Lighthouses are marked in colour.

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      London: William MacKenzie & Co., no date circa 1863.SECOND ENLARGED EDITION circa 1863. FIRST VOLUME and PART OF VOLUME 3 ONLY. Folio, approximately 445 x 320 mm, 17½ x 12½ inches. SINAI AND PALESTINE 37 albumen photographs (including title page), UPPER EGYPT AND ETHIOPIA 19 albumen photographs (including title page), all mounted on thick paper with paper guards, each with explanatory text, rebound in half wine coloured morocco, matching cloth covers, gilt lettered black label to spine, gilt rules to spine and covers, mounted on the first pastedown is a portion of the original cloth bInding with the author's name and title in gilt, all edges gilt. All the thick paper that the photographs are mounted on and the text pages have pale brown stains to varying degrees, (see attached images), the photographs are all in good condition. A few small repairs to blank margins, not affecting images or text, a few edges have tiny nicks, browning to extreme edges, pages slightly wavy, a good sturdy copy. See: Helmut Gernsheim, Incunabula of British Photographic Literature 1839 - 1875, page 38, No. 195. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Report on the Construction of a Military Road

      Complete with Four Tinted Plates and Four Folding MapsMULLAN, Capt. John. Report on the Construction of a Military Road From Walla-Walla to Fort Benton. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1863.First edition. Octavo (8 7/8 x 5 3/4 inches; 225 x 147 mm). [4], [1]-363, [1, blank], [1, errata], [5, blank] pp. With ten tinted plates and four folding maps.Bound by the US Government Bindery in green textured cloth. Boards ruled in blind. Spine lettered in gilt and blind. A bit of browning and offsetting throughout. A few small dampstains to fore-edge and to the creases of the first and second map. A tiny hole in the cloth of the back outer hinge. Three previous owner's small bookplates on front pastedown. Overall a very good copy."[John Mullan was an] army explorer, road builder, and lawyer... he volunteered for assignment to the northern railway survey headed by Governor Isaac I. Stevens of Washington Territory. This began a ten-year period of exploration and road building in the Pacific Northwest that is the basis for Mullan's reputation. The army transferred Mullan to the topographical engineers, and Stevens assigned him to a party bringing supplies up the Missouri River to Fort Benton...In 1857 Stevens became the delegate to Congress from Washington Territory. Realizing that a railroad was unlikely at any time in the near future, he pushed for construction of a military road from the head of navigation at Fort Benton to the Walla Walla Valley. Congress made an appropriation of $100,000, and Stevens successfully lobbied for Mullan's appointment to head the project...On arriving in the territory Mullan found himself in the middle of a war occasioned by the defeat of Colonel Edward Steptoe's command. Mullan was attached to the punitive expedition of Colonel George Wright as an aide and topographical engineer and participated in that capacity at the battles of Four Lakes and Spokane Plain near present Spokane in 1858. With the Indians subdued, but in some cases still hostile, Mullan began his road building the next year, proceeding north from Walla Walla to Lake Coeur d'Alene, then turning east toward Fort Benton, retracing the route he had explored during the railroad survey. Additional appropriations allowed Mullan to complete the more than 600-mile route by 1863, although wagons had begun to move over the road well before completion. The road represented a major engineering effort for which Mullan deservedly received high praise (and a promotion to captain in 1862); Mullan produced two major reports and an immigrant guide during this period, 'Topographical Memoir of Colonel Wright's Campaign' (1859), 'Report on the Construction of a Military Road from Fort Walla Walla to Fort Benton' (1863), and 'Miners' and Travelers' Guide . . . via the Missouri and Columbia Rivers' (1865)." (American National Biography Online).Graff 2932. Howes M884. Sabin 51275.HBS 64861.$1,850

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        Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords , on the Present State of Discipline in Gaols and Houses of Correction... [bound with six other parliamentary papers]

      London: by Order of Parliament, July, 1863. Quarto, with six short contemporary notices related to convict management bound before the primary report of xxx, 512 pp.; a fine copy in modern green cloth. An influential report prepared by members of the House of Lords highly critical of the lenient treatment of prisoners sent to Western Australia. On 27 November 1852 the last convict ship sailed for Van Diemen's Land, and so ended transportation to the east coast of Australia proper. Even the 700 prisoners held in the hellish penal colony at Norfolk Island had all finally been removed from the inhumane conditions under which they suffered by May 1856. The only colony willing to take convicts at this stage was Western Australia. An economic depression, combined with acute shortage of labour, made the prospect of transportation an appealing one and legislation of 1849 made Western Australia a place to which convicts could be sent. Small numbers of men, well selected for assignment labour in colonial conditions, produced good results for the colony. It appeared that the mistakes and abuses experienced on the east coast were largely avoided. In total only 9,635 male prisoners were sent to Western Australia over a period of 18 years. This report, prepared by a select committee of the House of Lords, attacks the supposedly lenient treatment of prisoners both in Britain and Western Australia. Alan Shaw writes 'It had come to accept the view that a more severe, deterrent punishment was needed, and that transportation was no good for this'. The convict assignment system in Australia failed to inspire horror in potential criminals, subsequently the Lords committee wanted it disbanded and replaced with 'a massive machine for the promotion of misery' (Shaw p.359-360). This report marks an important point in nineteenth-century criminal law, where notions of reform and rehabilitation tested in previous decades were quickly replaced with an inflexible science of punishment. Reformation and the infliction of suffering had always co-existed but this report heralded a new era (neatly surmised by Sir James F. Stephen) wherein 'criminal law is mainly a system of licensed revenge'. Interestingly, this report is bound with six related notices printed for parliament. Five concern prisoners and tickets-of-leave in Great Britain and Ireland while the sixth is a printed petition dated 12 February 1863 by a deputation of Australian colonists. It summarises the benefits of transportation to Western Australia, claiming convict labour indispensible to the development of the colony, that escape is 'almost insurmountable' while boasting considerable success in the reformation of felons. Although transportation continued for a few more years ultimately the conservatives won the day and the colonial petitioners were unsuccessful. The last transport sailed for Western Australia in October 1867.

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        Bericht uber ein fast vollständiges Skelet von Palapteryx Ingens [Giant Moa]

      Wien: Willhelm Braumuller, 1863. Folio, 12 pp. letterpress and two plates (being two original mounted albumen photographs); an excellent copy in the original bright yellow printed wrappers, preserved in a folding box. Very rare: an original monograph on Palapteryx Ingens (the extinct North Island Giant Moa), brought back to Austria by Professor Christian Gottlieb Ferdinand von Hochstetter during the Novara expedition, the only major Austrian exploring expedition. Hochstetter was the senior geologist of the Novara, and was asked by the provincial government of New Zealand to stay on in order to undertake geological surveys of the Auckland and Nelson regions (see a good entry on him in Howgego, vol. 3, H25). After his return to Europe, Hochstetter spent much of the 1860s working on the scientific specimens collected during the voyage and his own peregrinations. The charming introduction here notes that the skeleton was originally found by prospectors who gone out with their flasks of brandy on a Sunday, and who were so astonished at the immense bones that they stumbled across, that they tried their strength by breaking one in half; Jäger soberly notes that this particular bone is now missing, and that the rest of the excavation was more rationally arranged. Originally held in the Museum at Nelson, the curators made a gift of the bones to the geological collection of Vienna, and this was the first specimen of the bird to be taken to Europe. This bird is now known by the scientific designation Dinornis novaezealandiae.

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        History of the counties of Ayr and Wigton / by James Paterson [ 3 volumes bound in 5 complete ]

      Edinburgh : J. Stillie, 1863-1866, 1863. 1st Edition. Fair to good copies bound in title-labelled red cloth. Spine bands worn and frayed, with rubbing to panel edges. Bumped corners. Scattered, marginal foxing, mainly around prelims. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. Physical description: 3 v. in 5. : illus., folding facsim., front. ; 20 cm. Vols. 1 & 3 are divided into 2 parts, each with a separate t.p., but continuous pagination. Deals with Ayrshire only; no more published. Contents: v. 1, pts. 1-2. Kyle -- v. 2. Carrick -- v. 3, pts. 1-2. Cuninghame. Subjects: Ayrshire (Scotland) -- Genealogy. Ayrshire (Scotland) -- History. Notes: Includes folding facsimile of the charter granted by King Robert II to William Huntar, A.D, 1374.

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        Bericht Burgermeister und Rhat, der Statt Lindaw. I. Von wegen ettlicher daselbsten, enturlaubten Predicanten. II. Sampt dem Gespräch, vom Artickel der Erbsünde, uber dem new erweckten Streit, in dem Monat Augusto, Anno 1575. auff dem Rhathauß ... gehalten. III. Mit angehengten, unnd darüber ergangnen, reiner Christlichen Kirchen, Augspurgischer Confession, Urtheiln unnd Erkanntnussen. IIII. Auch gantzem Proceß, wie mit den jrrigen Predicanten ... gehandelt. In wölchem die Lehre von der Erbsünde... eigentlich erkläret, unnd die Kirch Gottes vor der newen falschen Lehrern trewlich gewarnet würdt. Tübingen, G. Gruppenbach 1576. 4°. 14 nn. Bll., 333 S., mit kl. Titel- u. Schlussvign. in Holzschnitt, grün eingefärbter, flex. Prgt. d. Zt.

      . . VD 16 L 1863 - Schottenloher 25503 - nicht im BM u. bei Adams.- Einzige Ausgabe dieser seltenen reformatorischen Schrift mit Vorrede des Bürgermeisters der Stadt Lindau.- Leicht gebräunt u. tls. stockfleckig sowie tls. leicht wasserrandig, Ebd. mit kl. Randläsuren.

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        Souvenirblatt, "Erinnerung an das 1te. fränkische Sängerfest Bamberg 1863".

      . Stahlstich b. Ritter in Nürnberg,, dat. 1863, 22,5 x 33. Seltenes Blatt! Einblattdruck. Mittig die Festtribüne, davor zahlreiche, begeisterte Menschen. Das Mittelbild umgeben von breitem Ornamentwerk, das oben geschmückt ist mit zahlr. Fahnen der Sängergruppen, im rechten bzw. linken Rand je eine Ansicht der Altenburg bzw. von Kloster Michelsberg, unten mittig eine Gesamtansicht von Bamberg.

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        Tracks of McKinlay and Party Across Australia ... Edited from Mr. Davis's manuscript journal... by William Westgarth

      London: Sampson Low, Son, & Co., 1863. Octavo, with a tinted lithograph frontispiece and 13 tinted lithograph plates, large folding map loose in the endpocket; new endpapers but a very good copy in the original green cloth. First edition of this substantial London publication based on the papers of John Davis, a member of McKinlay's 1861 expedition in search of the ill-fated Burke and Wills. En route McKinlay investigated the land to the north of Lake Eyre, and then set out for the Gulf of Carpentaria. This London edition is generally seen as the "formal" account of the expedition, and was edited by William Westgarth, who also gives an introductory section on recent Australian inland exploration. The delicate tinted lithograph plates show in vivid detail the trials the party encountered in very remote territory.

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        Map of the Southern States, Including Rail Roads, County Towns, State Capitals, County Roads, the Southern Coast from Delaware to Texas, Showing the Harbors, Inlets, Forts and Position of Blockading Ships. Prepared for Harper's History of the Rebellion

      Harper's Weekly,. 1863.. Very good overall. Hand colored Civil War map depicting the ships along the US coastline which effectuated the strategy (the Anaconda Plan) of General Winfield Scott of blockading Southern ports and taking control of the Mississippi River in order to divide and weaken the seceding Southern states. Extending from the east coast as far west as Kansas and Texas. With elaborately decorated wide borders and corner portraits of President Lincoln, Secretary of State Seward, and Generals Scott and McClellan, and an inset titled 'Florida, Southern Part'. With three wood engraved views on the verso: "Pictorial Map of Portions of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina…" (double page); "Balloon View of Fortress Monroe and Hampton Roads"; and "Balloon View of the Seat of War." With a short slit at the fold at the bottom edge, slt toning along the horizontal seam o/w very good. 30 1/4 x 22".

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      London: William MacKenzie & Co., no date circa 1863.. SECOND ENLARGED EDITION circa 1863. FIRST VOLUME and PART OF VOLUME 3 ONLY. Folio, approximately 445 x 320 mm, 17½ x 12½ inches. SINAI AND PALESTINE 37 albumen photographs (including title page), UPPER EGYPT AND ETHIOPIA 19 albumen photographs (including title page), all mounted on thick paper with paper guards, each with explanatory text, rebound in half wine coloured morocco, matching cloth covers, gilt lettered black label to spine, gilt rules to spine and covers, mounted on the first pastedown is a portion of the original cloth bInding with the author's name and title in gilt, all edges gilt. All the thick paper that the photographs are mounted on and the text pages have pale brown stains to varying degrees, (see attached images), the photographs are all in good condition. A few small repairs to blank margins, not affecting images or text, a few edges have tiny nicks, browning to extreme edges, pages slightly wavy, a good sturdy copy. See: Helmut Gernsheim, Incunabula of British Photographic Literature 1839-1875, page 38, No. 195. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Stonewall Jackson orders ?two of Anderson's Brigades moved up to the U.S. ford ? to prevent the enemy from crossing the Rappahannock? ? just weeks later he was shot trying to prevent the enemy from escaping through U.S. Ford on the Rappahannock

      Autograph Letter Signed ?T.J. Jackson / Lt Genl?, 1p, 4.5? x 7.75?. [Headquarters, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia], March 14, 1863. To Brigadier General Robert H. Chilton, Assistant Adjutant & Inspector General. Headquarters 2nd Corps Army of Northern Virginia. Plastic tape on verso at upper right edge. Light horizontal folds. Fine condition.In full, ?Please have two of Anderson's Brigades moved up to the U.S. ford as soon as the roads will permit. And have such disposition made of them as will be best calculated to prevent the enemy from crossing the Rappahannock. I hope to move my Hd. Qrs near you on next Monday.? Penned across top, probably by Chilton: ?Answd Ordered See letter book 15 Mar?On the day he wrote this letter to Chilton, Jackson also wrote to his wife. In part, ?March 14th. The time has about come for campaigning, and I hope early next week to leave my room, and go into a tent near Hamilton's Crossing, which is on the

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        Op. 25]. Quartett für Pianoforte Violine Viola und Violoncello. [Score and parts]

      N. Simrock [PN 6264] [1863], Berlin - First Edition, first issue. Rare. Deutsch p. 137. Hofmann p. 53. McCorkle p. 86.Dannreuther was largely responsible for introducing Brahms's music to England.An interesting association copy. Folio. Score disbound, parts unbound. [1] (title), 2-61; [1] (blank), 2- 16; [1] (blank), 2-15; [1] (blank), 2-16 pp. Engraved. From the collection of the English pianist, conductor and writer Edward Dannreuther, with his oval handstamp to title and each part. Occasional performance markings and corrections in blue crayon and pencil, most likely in Dannreuther's hand. Slightly worn; minor to moderate foxing. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Curiosities of Savage Life

      London: S.O. Beeton, 1863. Octavo, with a chromolithograph frontispiece and one other plate, woodcuts throughout, 8-pp. advertisements bound in at rear; good in the original highly-gilt pictorial cloth, some flecking. First edition of this extraordinary compendium, illustrated by Harden S. Melville, artist on the Fly expedition in the Great Barrier Reef and Northern Australia in 1841. The work includes Melville's own description of the local tribesman Neinmal, who was taken on board the Fly at Port Essington, as well as his depiction of "Surf Swimming off the coast of Hawaii". References to Australia and the Pacific are found throughout, including descriptions of 'the ceremony of "Kebarrah" among the Bushmen of Australia', 'Australian Kuri dance' and other corroborees, 'a Port Essington swell', or 'the affecting narrative of Jacky-Jacky' (the story of the only survivor of the Kennedy expedition). Most of the book derives from serious works by authors such as George Angas and Thomas Mitchell, although Greenwood cannot resist making his own asides. Indeed, it quickly becomes apparent that the author sees little reason to differentiate between any of the people he is describing, preferring the remarkably silly conceit of following one archetypal 'Savage' from cradle to death. This is an example of the scarce "First Series" referred to by Ferguson only in passing in his note to a "Second Series" (10073c) and apparently known to him only from the Dixson Library copy.

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        Carta Esferica de las Islas al Este de Java y parte de los Mares de Aruafura y Banda segun los trabajos holandeses mas modernos.

      1863 - Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1863. Touches of original colour. 640 x 990mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia. Old Sea Chart of part of the Indonesian island chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands, including Sumbawa, Flores and Sumba, with East Timor. The lighthouses are marked in colour.

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        Die öffentliche Beleuchtung von Berlin. Eine geschichtliche, technische und wirthschaftliche Darstellung des öffentlichen Beleuchtungswesens in Berlin, sowie des Beleuchtungseffectes auf den Berliner Strassen. Auf Grund officiellen Materials hrsg. Mit 1 doppelblattgr. lithogr. Plan u. 256 (3 auf 2 gefalt. Tafeln) Abb. Berlin, S. Fischer, 1896. Gr.-8vo. (26,5 x 17,5 cm). XIV S., 1 Bl., 468 S., XIV S. Anzeigen, 1 Bl. Halblederband d. Zt. mit etwas Rückenvergoldung.

      . . Einzige Ausgabe. - Umfangreiche, sowohl die historischen Aspekte wie die damals gegenwärtige Situation umfassende Darstellung des Berliner Gas- und elektrischen Beleuchtungswesens. Behandelt werden neben der Produktion u. Verwendung von Leuchtgas u. elektrischem Strom auch die administrativen u. wirtschaftlichen Bedingungen ihrer Verteilung u. ihres Konsums. Kapitel 11 über Ölgas, Petroleum u. Ähnliches. Interessant auch das letzte Kapitel "Der Beleuchtungseffect auf den öffentlichen Strassen und Plätzen" mit theoretischen Ãœberlegungen zur optimalen Ausnutzung der Leuchtkraft. - Die Abbildungen zeigen u.a. Laternen u. Kandelaber, Maschinendetails, Generatoren, Schaltkreise etc. - Lux (1863-nach 1935) war als Ingenieur u. Fachautor in Berlin tätig, zwischen 1894 u. 1922 war er Hrsg. der "Zeitschrift für Beleuchtungswesen". Berlin-Bibl. C 27, S. 69. - Beck: S. Fischer S. 43. - Vgl. Heiduk: Oberschlesisches Literaturlexikon II, S. 118. - Degener (1909) S. 870 u. (1935) S. 1013. - Kanten u. Gelenke berieben. Leicht gebräunt. Spiegel mit Radierspur.

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        Carta Esferica de las Islas al Este de Java y parte de los Mares de Aruafura y Banda segun los trabajos holandeses mas modernos.

      1863 - Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1863. 640 x 980mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia. Old Sea Chart of part of the Indonesian island chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands, including Sumbawa, Flores and Sumba, with the western tip of Timor.

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        The Ionian Islands in the year 1863.

      Wm. H. Allen & Co. London 1863 - First edition. 8vo., xii, 480pp., lithographed frontispiece, 4 engraved maps, contemporary calf gilt, covers slightly marked, spine faded, red morocco letteing piece, an excellent copy. Ansted was a geologist and an engineer who visited the islands at this time specifically because he believed they would soon be ceded to Greece. Blackmer 35. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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