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        Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesquieu ou la politique de Machiavel au XIXe siècle, par un contemporain

      Bruxelles: Imprimerie de A. Mertens et fils. Tres bon état général. Intérieur propre. . Bruxelles, Imprimerie de A. Mertens et fils, 1864. 19 x 12 cm. 337 pages. Broché originale. Tres bon état général. Intérieur propre. Le sujet : Machiavel et Montesquieu devisent aux enfers, et échangent quelques propos sur la politique moderne, et la façon la plus efficace pour quelques hommes politiques - toute considération de morale mise à part - d'acquérir et de conserver indéfiniment le pouvoir (thème classique du Prince), mettant des hommes de paille aux places clé de la société. Montesquieu, conformément à son rôle historique, met l'accent sur la séparation des pouvoirs, l'État de droit, la souveraineté de la nation, mais Machiavel retourne à chaque fois ses arguments pour montrer comment ces notions nobles peuvent être détournées au service d'un homme, ici Napoléon III qui n'est jamais cité, manipulant toutes les composantes de la société. Le dialogue fait référence au début au dialogue de Socrate et Thrasymaque dans La République de Platon.[wikipédia]. Maurice Joly (1829—1878) was a French satirist and lawyer known for his work titled The Dialogue in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu, later used as a basis for The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Joly is best known as author of the political satire entitled The Dialogue in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu (Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesquieu), which attacks the political ambitions of Napoleon III. It was first published in Geneva in 1864, and then in Brussels. The piece used the literary device of a dialogue between two diabolical plotters in Hell, the historical characters of Machiavelli and Montesquieu. In this way he tried to cover up a direct, and illegal, attack on Napoleon's rule. The pamphlets were smuggled into France for distribution, but were seized by the police immediately upon crossing the border. The police swiftly tracked down its author, and Joly was arrested and imprisoned for 15months. The books were banned. On April 25, 1865, he was sentenced to a prison term of 15 months at Sainte-Pélagie. Joly relates in his 1870 autobiography that one evening by the Seine he was inspired to write a dialogue between Montesquieu and Machiavelli. The noble baron Montesquieu would make the case for liberalism; the Florentine power broker Machiavelli would present the case for despotism. In this manner, Joly would communicate the secret ways in which liberalism might spawn a despot like Napoleon III. (Wikipedia)

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        Königreich Böhmen. (= "Städtewappen des Österreichischen Kaiserstaates", abgeschlossener Teil 1 (von insg. 4 des ganzen Werkes) der Originalausgabe. (Vorrede vom Autor datiert 10.Jänner 1860)

      Wien k.k. Hof-und Staatsdruckerei, 1864.. Erste /1./ Ausgabe. VIII, 146 Textseiten und 37 lithogr. Farbtafeln (mit Seidenhemdchen) mit 560 Städtewappen. Zeitgen. Halbledereinband auf 6 falschen Bünden. 4to.. Der Zeit entsprechen, gutes, wohl erhaltenes Exemplar. Lederrücken und Ecken berieben, innen sauber und ohne Stock- bzw. Braunflecken. Das Vorsatzblatt und die 1. Seite minim. "wasserrandig". Das Werk ist alphabetisch gegliedert.

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        A HISTORY OF PAINTING IN ITALY, FROM THE SECOND TO THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY

      London: John Murray, 1864. First Edition. Hardcover. Some scattered foxing, generally very clean; minor spotting to cloth. Very Good and a scarce family Association Copy. Three octavo (5-3/4" x 9") in publisher's gilt-decorated green cloth. Illustrated with 99 plates. A Presentation Copy from Longfellow INSCRIBED TO HIS SON in the poet's distinct hand on the first blank: "Ernest W. Longfellow/with his father's love/and good wishes./June 1, 1876." In addition the poet has written his son's name with the date 1876 on the first blanks of the other two volumes. Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow (1845–1921) was the second of the famed poet's six children. He was an established artist at the time of receiving these volumes from his father, having exhibited at the National Academy of Design in 1871 and 1875; the Williams & Everett gallery in Boston in 1875; the 1876 World's Fair in Philadelphia; and later at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the St. Botolph Club in 1880.

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        La Terre et les Mers ou Description Physique du Globe.

      . Paris: Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie 1864. Richly illustr. and with 20 maps, most in colour. VIII + 580 pp. Well-preserved copy bound in nice contemporary halfleather with clothboards, spine and all edges gilt..

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        Nieuw biografiesch, anthologiesch en kritiesch woordenboek van Nederlandsche dichters, onder medewerking van J.T. Bodel Nyenhuis, I. da Costa, H.O. Feith, J. van Harderwijk, A.J. Lesturgeon, G.D.J. Schotel, en anderen, bijeengebracht door - . Uitmakende tevens een vervolg op Witsen Geysbeeks Woordenboek der Nederlandsche dichters.

      Asd., Van Langenhuysen, 1864. - Nieuwe uitgave., met eene voorreden van J.A. Albertingk Thijm. 3 vols. VI+496;(III)+480;(III)+426 pp. With engr. portrait (Bilderdijk). Indexes. Hardcover. Contemp. half leather with marbled boards. VG/--. (Ex-lib. copy Hageveld, with stamp on endp.; spines sl. rubbed, else unused copy). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, AND THE ORDINANCES ADOPTED BY THE CONVENTION WHICH ASSEMBLED AT ALEXANDRIA, ON THE 13th DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1864

      Alexandria: D. Turner, Printer to the State, 1864.. 31pp. Dbd. Original front wrapper present, rear wrapper lacking. Some light soiling. Very good. Proposed Unionist constitution outlawing slavery, anticipating the downfall of the Confederacy, promulgated by loyalist Virginians living in exile in the northern part of the state. From February 13 through April 11, 1864 seventeen delegates, some of whom were owners of slaves, wrote a new constitution for Virginia. When they voted on March 10th to declare that "Slavery and involuntary servitude (except for crime) is hereby abolished and prohibited in the state forever," church bells rang throughout the city of Alexandria. The new constitution also repudiated the Confederate government, barring any of its officials from holding public office in the future.

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        Några iakttagelser om närmaste Mariestads-Traktens Fanerogamer och ormbunkar, upptecknade till hjelpreda för Mariestads skolungdom vid botaniska exkursioner.

      P. W. Karström., Mariestad 1864 - Inscription on titlepage. 'Ingvar Nordin' book plate. (4), 41, (1) pp. Interior slightly foxed. # Krok 780 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ett Ar I Sverige: Taflor Af Svenska Almogens Kladedragt, Lefnadssatt Och Hemseder. Samt De for Landets Historia Markvardigaste Orter; Tecknade Af J. G. Sandberg, Beskrifne Af A. Grafstrom, Och Utgifne Af C. Forssell

      Stockholm: Frans Svanstrom, 1864. Quarter Leather. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾. Book. 103 pp, with 48 colored lithographic plates, mostly with peasent costumes from Dalarna, Helsingland, Lappland, Södermanland, Westergöthland, Småland, Blekinge and Skåne, but also genre scenes and a few of architectural interest. Some light occasional foxiing, but generally clean and plates would all be of frameable quality. Binding is tight. Corners and edges have wear. Overall very good copy of a delightful and charming costume plate book.

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        The Illustrated Horse Management;

      . containing descriptive remarks upon anatomy, medicine, shoeing, teeth, food, vices, stables; likewise a plain account of the situation, nature, and value of the various points together with comments on grooms, dealers, breeders, breakers, and trainers; also on carriages and harness. London: Wm. H. Allen & Co. 1864. Embellished with more than 400 engravings from original designs made expressly for this work. XVI + 612 + VIII pp. Uncut in publisher's pictorial cloth, corner weakly bumped, internally clean..

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        Life and times of her Majesty Caroline Matilda,

      . Queen of Denmark and Norway, and Sister of H.M. George III. of England, from Family Documents and Private State Archives. 3 vols. London: Allan & Co. 1864. Publisher's nice green cloth with the Danish royal coat of arms in gold on frontboard and gold on spines. Bindings with paperlabel 'Bound by Edmonds&Remnants, London'. Front hinge in volume 1 weak. With stamp 'Udgaaet af Hans Majestaet Kongens Haandbibliotek' [no longer in His Majesty the King's own library]..

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        The History of Dundalk and its Environs; from the Earliest Historic Period to the Present Time; with Memoirs of its Eminent Men.

      Dublin: Hodges, Smith, & Co 1864. - 23 by 14.5 cms. xvi+400 pp. with tissue guarded maps and plates, red embossed boards, gilt spine tooling, in very good condition, a little rubbing to the top of the spine, internally tight, bright and clean. This copy bears a presentation inscription on the ffep from J.R. O'Flanagan dated August 12th 1864. This classic history of Dundalk has always been highly scarce and collectible. It went through two printings in 1864 and was not republished thereafter until recent years.

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        Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin - [Complete in Two Volumes]

      New York, Mason Brothers; Boston, Mason & Hamlin; [Etc. , Etc] 1864 - Description: 2 v. Double fronts. (portraits - tissue-guarded) 21 cm. Subjects: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Scattered marginal foxing and minor textual toning. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 3 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A HISTORY OF PAINTING IN ITALY, FROM THE SECOND TO THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY

      London: John Murray, 1864. First Edition. Hardcover. Some scattered foxing, generally very clean; minor spotting to cloth. Very Good and a scarce family Association Copy. Three octavo (5-3/4" x 9") in publisher's gilt-decorated green cloth. Illustrated with 99 plates. A Presentation Copy from Longfellow INSCRIBED TO HIS SON in the poet's distinct hand on the first blank: "Ernest W. Longfellow/with his father's love/and good wishes./June 1, 1876." In addition the poet has written his son's name with the date 1876 on the first blanks of the other two volumes. Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow (1845?-1921) was the second of the famed poet's six children. He was an established artist at the time of receiving these volumes from his father, having exhibited at the National Academy of Design in 1871 and 1875; the Williams & Everett gallery in Boston in 1875; the 1876 World's Fair in Philadelphia; and later at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the St. Botolph Club in 1880.

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        Naaman, An Oratorio

      Joseph Williams, London 1864 - Gilt decorated leather. Original owner's name Lizzie C. Scott impressed in gilt. Six raised band to badly sunned spine .Extermities rubbed with some loss. Includes the program of the first performance in Canada 1880. Also a letter from J.F. Johnstone, Professor of Music. All edges decorated gilt. 218 pages. Naaman: an oratorio written by William Bartholomew ; the music composed by Michael Costa. Size: 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" tall, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        No. 2. The Small White House for the Large Statesmen

      [N.p., but possibly New York, n.d., but possibly ca. 1864?] - An original cartoon by the father of the American political cartoon, Thomas Nast, signed by him in the lower right corner. The drawing shows the White House inhabited by sleeping giants - one man lays stretched prone along the top of the building, while a long pair of legs emerges from the front portico. Yet another pair of legs protrudes from the right side of the building, while a large set of hands and feet stick out of windows on the left side of the building. In the foreground, a black woman stand over an iron stove, cooking, with her washboard in the fountain on the lawn and a clothesline strung from the house to a post planted in the front yard. This almost certainly is a reference to Abraham Lincoln's White House, with the famously tall President sticking out of the windows 8-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. Pen and ink on heavy cardstock, signed "Th Nast" (lower right). A few small chips, particularly to corners, tear to lower left corner, some scuffing to center of image. Minor soiling, about very good. In a grey cloth folder, gilt leather label [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Maine Woods

      Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1864 First edition, first printing, without the publisher's advertisements, with Thoreau's books on p.1 priced. One of 2,040 copies. Publisher's purple cloth, boards decoratively ruled and with wreath illustration in blind, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, brown coated endpapers. Near fine, with some light wear and rubbing to the extremities, a hint of toning to the spine, minor rubbing to the endpapers, secure binding, a few faint hints of light and scattered spotting, otherwise bright and clean interior. Overall, a clean and extremely fresh copy, free of any repairs or restoration. BAL 20115. In the Maine Woods is a posthumously published collection of three essays related to Thoreau's travels and experiences in the Maine woodlands. Specifically, this volume contains the essays "Ktaadn," "Chesuncook," and "The Allegash and East Branch." Additionally, it includes a brief appendix that contains Thoreau's notes on the varieties of plants and animals one might encounter in the Maine woods as well as some suggestions about proper attire for the region and a helpful glossary of Native American phrases. In these essays, Thoreau relates adventures as an early observer of Maine, which he visited three times from 1846-1857. Thoreau recounts experiences climbing Mount Katahdin (Maine's tallest mountain) and Mount Kineo and visiting Grand Lake Matagamon and Chamberlain Lake. Throughout the text, Thoreau explores man's relationship to and effect on the wilderness. Blanck notes that some first printings of In the Maine Woods have publisher's catalogs from April or June 1864, but the lack of the catalog does not denote a later printing; the second printings are identified as "Second edition" on the copyright page and lack the prices on p.1. Indeed, "BAL has not seen a copy of the true 1st printing with his list not priced.". 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine.

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        Alfabetische Namenliste Ungrischer Emigration 1848-1864. (Mit Einschluss der ausserhalb Ungarn Internirten.) Sammt vorläufigen biografischen Andeutungen in Abreviaturen. Redigirt von --

      Kiessling und Comp. (Vanderauwers), Brüssel-Leipzig 1864 - First edition. With stamp of ownership (Jen? Etter, mayor of Esztergom) on inner front panel. In latter half cloth, the original cover bound into. (4), IV, 103, [1] p. Karl-Maria Kertbeny (1824-1882) was an Austro-Hungarian journalist, memoirist and early human rights campaigner. Kertbeny is renown for coining the words homosexual and heterosexual in 1869, in his anonymously published open letter (entitled "Das Gemeinschädliche des §143 des preussischen Strafgesetzbuches vom 14. April 1851 und daher seine nothwendige Tilgung als § 152 im Entwurfe eines Strafgesetzbuches für den Norddeutschen Bund") to the Royal Prussian Minister of Justice regarding the Prussian sodomy law that - argued Kertbeny - violated the "rights of man", he reasoned that consensual sexual acts should not be subject to criminal law and he put forward that progressive view that homosexuality was inborn and unchangeable. In latter half cloth, the original cover bound into First edition. With stamp of ownership (Jen? Etter, mayor of Esztergom) on inner front panel [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'Expédition de Chine - Relation physique, topographique et médicale de la campagne de 1860 et 1861

      Paris, Librairie de la Médecine, de la Chirurgie et de la Pharmacie Militaires, Victor Rozier, Editeur, 1864. - 1 volume in-8, 346 pp., reliure moderne plein cuir vert, couvertures imprimées conservées, ouvrage accompagné de deux cartes (Itinéraire du voyage de Marseille en Chine, itinéraire de l'embouchure du Pei-ho à Pékin), discrets cachets de bibliothèque sur les tranches, bel envoi du Docteur Castano au sinologue Pauthier. Très rare relation de la Campagne de Chine en 1860 par le Dr F. Castano, Médecin en chef du Corps Expéditionnaire de Chine. Il relate le voyage vers la Chine et les différents épisodes de la Campagne de Chine d'un point de vue médical et scientifique. Table des matières: Causes de l'Expédition - Départ de l'Expédition: Les Canaries - Océan Atlantique - Le Cap de Bonne-Espérance - Des Mers Australes - Singapour - L'embouchure du Shou-Kiang - Shan-ghai - Moeurs et Coutumes des Chinois - La presqu'île de Tche-Fou - Les Forts du Ta-kou - Le cours du Pei-ho - Marche sur Pékin - Le Palais du Yuen-Min-Yuen - Le Traité de Pékin - Pékin - Etat de la médecine en Chine - La mousson du retour - La Cochinchine - Retraite des Armées alliées - Hôpitaux et Ambulances du Corps Expéditionnaire - Résultats de la Campagne.

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        Voyage au Golfe de Californie. Grands Courants de la Mer. Courants Généraux Atmosphériques. Usages de la vie Maritime. Tempêtes vers le Pôle Austra. Poissons et Oiseaux de la Mer. Description de la Sonora et de ses Richesses Minérales. de la Basse Californie, ses Volcans, ses Produits. Péche des Perles. La Chaine des Cordillères, ses Forêts. Nuits de la Zone Torride

      Paris: Arthus Bertrand, [1864]. First edition. Quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, six compartments, decorated in gilt, marbled endpapers, sewn-in silk bookmark. Extremties worn but still a very good copy, tiny tear to map at inner margin. 8vo. Illus. with 1 folding lithographed map (hand-colored in outline). Combier [a French merchant] set out to write an account of the voyages he had undertaken during the course of his business ventures in the New World. ...[and] established himself primarily in Guaymas and Hermosillo and sailed between Mexican ports such as Guaymas, Acapulco, Mazatlan, and Veracruz. He also visited Valparaiso, Chile and the La Paz-Loreto environs in Baja California. His observations of the people and the terrain visited were carefully noted and included in the account," (Hill p.61). Map by M. V. A. Malte-Brun includes part of Baja, California, and the southwest with the Apache territories noted. Sabin 14925. Barrett 555. Hill pp. 59-61. Palau 57920.

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        Entwürfe zu ausgeführten Öffentlichen und Privat-Gebäuden. Enthaltend: Städtische und ländliche Wohngebäude, Hotels, Villen, Theater, öffentliche Vergnügungslocale u.s.w. u.s.w. in Grundrissen, Profilen, Facaden und Details für Architecten, Mauer- und Zimmermeister, Bauunternehmer u.s.w. - Hefte 1 bis 11 in einem Band

      . Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin, 1864-1868. Zusammen 12 Blatt und 68 teils kolorierte oder getönte lithographische Tafeln, Halbleinen-Einband der Zeit, folio, (gering berieben und bestoßen/oberes Kapital ausgebrochen/etwas fleckig/Stempel auf Vorsatz). - Enthält folgende Bauten: Das Hotel D'Angleterre zu Berlin mit 6 Tafeln / Das Victoria-Theater zu Berlin mit 24 Tafeln / Das Krollsche Etablissement zu Berlin mit 12 Tafeln / Wohnhaus mit Läden in Berlin, Oberwallstrasse No. 8 und Villa Simundt im Thiergarten bei Berlin mit 6 Tafeln / Villa bei Finsterwalde. Wohnhaus in Berlin, Unter den Linden No. 54 u. 55 mit 6 Tafeln / Das Wallner-Theater zu Berlin mit 12 Tafeln / Heft 2 doppelt, hintereinander gebunden, einmal nur mit 5 Tafeln. Dieses versteht sich als Beilage / Gezeichnet und herausgegeben von H. Kaemmerling, Architekt in Berlin -

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        Illustrierter Spaziergang durch München. La promenade illustree dans Munich. The illustrated walk through Munich. Ein Panorama der bedeutendsten Straßen, Plätze und Gebäude Münchens (27 bayerische Fuß lang) mit mehr als 80 colorirten Ansichten, einem Plane worauf der Weg angedeutet ist, welchen der Reisende verfolgen soll.

      . Leporello in altkolorierter Lithographie mit Tondruck von Karl Grünwedel, München, k. Hofkunsthandlung Hermann Manz, 1864, Gesamtlänge 7,63 Meter. In illustriertem Original-Einband.. Thieme-Becker XV, 140; Pfister I,1041 u. II,359; Lentner 1182; nicht bei Maillinger. - Die komplette Folge ist von außerordentlicher Seltenheit. Schön erhaltenes Exemplar in frischem Altkolorit. Besonders reizvoll ist die vielfältige Figurenstaffage. - Der Weg führt vom Siegestor durch die Ludwigstraße bis zur Feldherrnhalle (Odeonsplatz mit Dampflokomotive), die Briennerstraße vorbei am Wittelsbacherplatz bis zum Obelisk und den Propyläen, Barerstraße (ehemaliges Haus von Lola Montez), Alter Botanischer Garten, Glaspalast, Liebigs Laboratorium, Karlstraße, Karlstor mit Rondell, Stachus, Bahnhofsplatz, Bavaria und Theresienwiese, Auer Kirche, Gärtnerplatz, Schrannenhalle, Isartorplatz, Marienplatz, Frauenplatz, Promenadeplatz, Hofgartenstraße, Marstallstraße, Max-Joseph-Platz und Maximilianstraße bis zum Maximilianeum. - Der Maler und Lithograph Karl Grünwedel (Pappenheim 1815- 1895 München) war auch als Porzellanmaler für König Ludwig II. tätig (für die Schlösser Linderhof und Herrenchiemsee). In Schloss Anif bei Salzburg sind Malereien von ihm erhalten. - Einband etwas gebräunt und mit kleinem Abrieb, innen sehr gut und frisch.

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        The Boatswain's Whistle. Nos. 1-8 [of 10 issues].

      Published at the National Sailor's Fair Nov 9 to Nov 17, 1864, Boston - First and only printing of this scarce journal, the first 8 of 10 issues (lacking November 18 and 19, 1864). Folio; 80pp; 8 pages per issue. Bound: original self wrappers, with front printed in black, "The Boatswain's Whistle. / National Sailors' Fair, Boston." around an engraved image of a sailor on deck blowing a whistle; printed on poor quality paper that is discolored and a bit brittle, split at folds, some staing at foredges, chipped at corners and foredges, still a very good set of these scarce daily newspaper printed during the National Sailors Fair held in Boston in 1864. Edited by Julia Ward Howe, she contributed articles as did other notable New England authors, including Maria S. Cummins with a story that ran through most issues, "Phases in the Life of Jack Oakheart." Other original contributions (either poetry or prose) were made by Emerson, Channing, Dana, Whittier, Everett, Holmes, and Lowell, mostly on nautical themes. . Women contributors included Mrs. Sigourney, Phoebe Cary and Harriet Kimball. There is a large article on Harriet Hosmer, noting the American sculptor and creator of "Zenobia" was returning to Boston from Rome. There is an obituary notice for "Moll Pitcher" of Lynn. There is a brief letter from Abraham Lincoln and an article on whale fisheries by Charles Cliffford. Ephemera from a Sanitary Commission fair is rare; this run of newspapers under the direction of Julia Ward Howe especially so. BAL 9422, 5242, 1416, etc. See an Image. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Rare Original Carte-de-Visite Photograph of Dr. David Livingstone

      1864. circa 1864. Rare original sepia CDV photograph, measuring approximately 4 x 2.5 inches (10 x 6cm), on original mount, with photographers' imprint to recto and verso, the "H.N.King", Bath - Photographer to the Queen. Very good condition, well preserved. David livingstone, the African traveller, returned to England from his Zambesi expedition in July, 1864. the following September he spoke at the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in Bath. When in Bath, livingstone had several portraits of himself taken by "H.N. King". These portraits were used on cartes de visite, and the present one, showing livingstone three quarter-length with hat in hand, is one of the less common. .

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        David Chantrey

      Robson and Son, Temple Bar Magazine, London 1864 - First appearance of this Victorian novel, serialized in Temple Bar magazine in 13 parts, 38 chapters, Dec. 1864 through Dec. 1865; contained in four bound volumes of Temple Bar, A London Magazine, the four volumes being Vol. 13 through Vol. 16, Dec. 1864 through March 1866; bound in half dark brown leather with marbled paper-covered boards, ex-libris with minimal marks (only spine label on one volume), Very Good condition with light rubbing to edges of covers, library bookplates on front pastedowns; also contains complete serialization of "Sir Jasper's Tenant" by Mary Elizabeth Braddon, see separate listing under her name [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ With engravings on wood from designs of Fra Angelico, Pietro Perugino, Francesco Francia

      London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, 1864.

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        Gedruckter Gesetzestext mit dreifacher eigenh. U.

      Bad Ischl, 6. X. 1864.. 4 SS. Mit papiergedecktem Siegel. Roter Leinenband der Zeit. Folio.. Betrifft einige Abänderungen der Bestimmungen von §75 der provisorischen Landtagsordnung für Rumänien in Bezug auf die Auszahlung und Höhe von Taggeldern, Reisekostenentschädigungen u. a. Der dreisprachig und -spaltig gesetzte Text (auf ungarisch, deutsch und rumänisch) ist vom Kaiser dreifach unterzeichnet ("Ferencz Jozsef", "Franz Joseph" und "Franciscu Josifu"). Ebenfalls dreisprachig gegengezeichnet von Franz Frh. von Reichenstein und Eugen Frh. von Friedenfels.

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        Entwürfe zu ausgeführten Öffentlichen und Privat-Gebäuden. Enthaltend: Städtische und ländliche Wohngebäude, Hotels, Villen, Theater, öffentliche Vergnügungslocale u.s.w. u.s.w. in Grundrissen, Profilen, Facaden und Details für Architecten, Mauer- und Zimmermeister, Bauunternehmer u.s.w. - Hefte 1 bis 11 in einem Band

      - Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin, 1864-1868. Zusammen 12 Blatt und 68 teils kolorierte oder getönte lithographische Tafeln, Halbleinen-Einband der Zeit, folio, (gering berieben und bestoßen/oberes Kapital ausgebrochen/etwas fleckig/Stempel auf Vorsatz) - Enthält folgende Bauten: Das Hotel D'Angleterre zu Berlin mit 6 Tafeln / Das Victoria-Theater zu Berlin mit 24 Tafeln / Das Krollsche Etablissement zu Berlin mit 12 Tafeln / Wohnhaus mit Läden in Berlin, Oberwallstrasse No. 8 und Villa Simundt im Thiergarten bei Berlin mit 6 Tafeln / Villa bei Finsterwalde. Wohnhaus in Berlin, Unter den Linden No. 54 u. 55 mit 6 Tafeln / Das Wallner-Theater zu Berlin mit 12 Tafeln / Heft 2 doppelt, hintereinander gebunden, einmal nur mit 5 Tafeln. Dieses versteht sich als Beilage / Gezeichnet und herausgegeben von H. Kaemmerling, Architekt in Berlin - [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Memoria sobre las causas que han originado la situacion actual de la raza indígena de México, y medios de remediarla

      Mexico City: Imprenta de Andrade y Escalante, 1864 241 pages. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5") bound in half leather with gilt lettering to spine and stiff boards. First edition.In the mid 1800's Mexico's population was forty percent Indian. Most had a subsistence economy which was out side the nation's main stream, and condemned the native population to poverty and malnutrition. The Mexican government began to divide the communal lands of the Indians into farms (ejidos), which they opposed. Liberals, such as Pimentel, thought that the Indian was an obstacle to progress of the nation. The Mexican intellectuals thought one of the best ways to integrate the natives was to encourage European immigration and to eliminate the indigenous languages. Pimentel in his Political economy applied to landed property in Mexico (1866) asked "Who is to blame for this laziness, improvidence and squandering of our poor class?" To which he answered the same day Indian laborer. Two years earlier Pimentel's Report on the causes that have led to the current situation of the indigenous race and the means to remedy the situation gives a concise history of the Indian and discusses solutions to what the intellectuals considered a problem. This is one of the fundamental works which began to frame the ruling establishment's actions toward the indigenous populations and which eventually led them to assist the side with the revolutionists in 1910.Condition:Previous owner's name on front end paper, boards and edges rubbed and chipped, corners bumped else a good to very good copy of a scarce item.

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        Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds

      Bradbury and Evans, London 1864 - FIRST EDITION, IN THE ORIGINAL PARTS. A beautiful complete set. The second issue of part 1 on the front cover, titled "Mr. Romford's Hounds" has light restoration to the edges. The pages are clean with Facey Romford Advertiser in parts 1-5; ads for Temple Anecdotes and Newton's Camomile Pills in part 2; and the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company ads in part 6 and 10. Schwerdt II, 237. Overall, a wonderful copy housed in a customer clamshell slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Collection of seven reports on the Maori Wars, and Confiscation of Native lands

      London: HMSO, 1863-, 1864. Foolscap folio, with a total of five folding maps, fine in nineteenth century green cloth with gilt lettered crimson label. Mapping the Maori Wars. Seven detailed reports featuring a total of five large folding handcoloured maps detailing military activity during the Maori Wars.The reports contain much information on conflicts with the Maori, especially the use of native militia and the confiscation and resale of lands captured from the Maori (a policy with resounding historical implications). Additionally, the depth and detail of the material sheds light on little known aspects of the conflict of the 1860s, such as the pay and conditions of Sikh soldiers serving as British infantry. The second report contains four large handcoloured lithographic maps detailing military operations in Waikato; including a detailed plan captioned "Plan of the Rebel Maori Position of Mere Mere". In addition to military content, other material includes the legal status of native land settlements, the discovery of gold at Coromandel, and sundry matters.Full collation as follows, in order of binding in this volume:GREY, Sir George, and various native chiefs. Further Papers relative to the Affairs of New Zealand...27 July 1863. London, HMSO; vi, 148pp.GREY, Sir George, CAMERON, Lieutenant-General Duncan, and various other officers. Further Papers relative to the Affairs of New Zealand...3 March 1864. London, HMSO; vi, 108, four large folding maps. GREY, Sir George, CAMERON, Lieutenant-General Duncan, and various other officers. Further Papers relating to the Military Operations in New Zealand... 15 July 1864. London, HMSO 1864; 68 pp.GREY, Sir George, CAMERON, Lieutenant-General Duncan, and various other officers. Further Papers relating to the War in New Zealand... June 1864. London, HMSO 1864; iv, 46pp.GREY, Sir George, and the Duke of Newcastle. Copy of all Correspondence that has taken place between Governor Sir George Grey and the Colonial Office relating to the Policy of Confiscation... 26 May 1864. London, HMSO 1864; 54 pp.GREY, Sir George, CAMERON, Lieutenant-General Duncan, and various other officers. Further Papers relating to the War in New Zealand... July 1864. London, HMSO 1864; [ii], 20pp.ROMAINE, W.G., ROGERS, sir Frederic, and others. Further Papers relating to Military Operations on the Gold Coast. June 1864. London, HMSO 1864; [iv], 30pp., with a folding plan captioned "Plan of Operations in the Interior 1860"

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        Independence and Progress. An Oration Delivered at Prescott, Arizona, July 4th, 1864

      Prescott, Arizona: Office of The Arizona Miner. 1864. First. First edition. Sewn buff printed wrappers. 15, (1)pp. Tiny chips on the front wrap, and two neat horizontal folds, else a near fine copy. A Fourth of July oration concerned with Arizona, the resources of the state, and the contemporary military campaign against the Apaches by a future Governor of the state. A rare, early Arizona imprint. OCLC locates seven copies. .

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        Seize mille lieues a travers l'Asie et l'Océanie. Voyage éxecuté pendant les années 1858-1861 par le comte Henry Russell-Killough

      Paris: Hachette, 1864. Two volumes, octavo, with a world map and splendid folding engraved view of the Himalayas; some moderate foxing yet very good in contemporary green quarter roan, flat spines with gilt lettering. The man who married a mountain. Endearing account of a world voyage, including a sojourn in Victoria, by eccentric traveller and mountaineer Henry Russell (1834-1909).Henry Patrice Marie - Count Russell-Killough - was born in France of Irish descent. A comfortable inheritance left Russell free to travel and pursue his love of mountaineering. This book recounts his travels across the globe; including Siberia, central Asia, Nepal, East Asia and Hong Kong, before sailing for Australia and New Zealand.Three chapters are concerned with the author's stay in Victoria, with notes on the Ballarat, Maryborough and Castlemaine mines. Russell recounts his impressions of day-to-day life, including Chinese miners, the culture of personal liberty and intemperance of colonial life. The travel notes are interspersed with observations on the native birds, tall forests and the vast silence of Australian landscapes. The author departed from Sydney to New Zealand in early 1860.Upon returning to Europe, Russell became entranced with mountaineering in the French Pyrenees, spending weeks at a time in the wilderness. A harmless eccentric, Russell adored the Vignemale peak with such affection he had live-in caves constructed above a glacier flowing off her flank, and eventually conducted a wedding service uniting himself and the mountain forevermore.

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        Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.

      c. 1864 - Albumen print. Good tonal range and in good condition, photographer's credit and number in negative. Dimensions: 210 by 275mm. (8.5 by 11 inches).

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        Tracts issued by the Loyal Publication Society, From Feb. 1, 1863, to Feb. 1, 1864. Nos. 1 to 44

      New York: Loyal Publication Society of New York. 1864. First. First collected edition. Octavo. Contains 55 tracts bound in one volume. Lacks three tracts, else complete with additional tracts (nos. 45-50, 52, 54, 56-58, and 60-62) dating from March-September 1864 also bound in. A beautiful copy professionally bound in modern period-style half calf and marbled boards that match the original marbled edges. Small library stamp to the top edge of the title page, else no other markings, with moderate toning to the title and contents pages, very good. The Loyal Publication Society of New York was led by Charles King, president of Columbia University, and the German-American jurist Francis Lieber. A second, sister Society was established in Boston. Both were founded in 1863 after the Union Army had suffered many defeats, in order to bolster public support for the Union effort. They achieved this by disseminating pro-Union tracts and related articles to newspapers around the country, and directly to Union soldiers. The tracts address the economic, social, and political issues of the day, with special attention to slavery and its abolition. Scarce. OCLC locates only five copies, and none with the additional tracts bound in this volume. A detailed list is available upon request. .

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        Geschichte der französischen Arbeiter-Associationen. Teil I - IV (in 2 Bänden).

      Hamburg Hoffmann und Campe, 1864.. Vortitel / T./ 306 S./ Vort./ T./ 347 S.// Vort./ T./ 364 S./ Vort./ T./ 304 S./ 1 Bl. (Inhalt), 8°, Ppbde. d.Zt. mit goldgeprägtem Rckns. Einband berieben (bes. Außengelenke), Seiten stellenweise braunfleckig; insgesamt gut erhalten..

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        What led to the discovery of the source of the Nile.

      Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood and Sons, 1864,. lg. in-8vo, engraved frontispiece + X + 1 ll. (2 p.: half-title : Journal...Somali Land) + 372 p., + 1 double-page and 1 folding map, a very clean copy, engraved ex-libris 'James Early Smith' and a small legacy stamp on first fly 'C.A.W. Guggisberg', contemporary h.-leather, spine richly gilt.. First edition. An account of Speke's first journey to Central Africa as part of Burton's expedition, during which Speke claimed to have discovered the source of the Nile, a claim vigourously disputed by Burton, although time was to prove Speke correct. The book is in two parts, the first a journal of adventures in Somali-Land, the second a journal of a cruise on the Tanganyika Lake.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Hilmy II, p 255.

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        Ueber Einschlüsse im Diamant.

      Haarlem, de Erven Loosjes, 1864. 4to. pp. 84, with 7 (1 folded) of which 3 coloured, the others tinted. Contemporary half calf. Published in the 'Natuurkundige Verhandelingen van de Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen te Haarlem. Tweede Verzameling, negentiende deel'. "On the basis of studies of inclusions in diamands which to him resemble organic remains, and the occurrence of diamonds 'primarily' in itacolumite rock and 'secondarily' in alluvia, Göppert concludes that the inclusions are actually organic in nature and that diamond formed in 'Neptunian' rather than 'Plutonian' process. A valuable feature of this paper in his review of the statements previously made by many authorities on the problem of the true matrix of the diamond, from Newton to Cagniard De Latour" (Sinkankas 2446).

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        Our Mutual Friend, The Rare Bradburn Edition: First Hardcover Edition Published in America - Precedes the First English Edition, Four Volumes, Dated 1864;-65;-65;-65

      John Bradburn New York 1864 - Our Mutual Friend: A Good to Very Good 4-Volume Set of the First American Edition, in the original Publisher’s Cloth bindings, Dated 1864;-65;-65;-65. Cloth shows wear at the extremities, the gilt titles & engravings on spines a bit rubbed. The condition of the books can be appreciated by looking at the pictures, the colors of loth bindings & endpapers, described in various references, are subject to interpretation. Internally, all four volumes are clean, the type setting is mostly clear & legible throughout [ a few pages of light impression], endpapers with transparent spots, tanning. “Book 1” has seven plates, a few spots, one page lower corner lacking, not effecting the text, the endpapers are not split, a few tiny worm holes at the top front & rear hinges: 318 pages; 5“ by 7.5“+/-. “Book 2” has four plates, endpapers are not split, a bit of spotting on a few pages; 2 sections projecting at the fore edge: 316 pages; 5“ by 7.3“+/-. “Book 3” has four plates & tissue guards, endpapers not split, text is nearly pristine: 316 pages; 5“ by 7.5“+/-. “Book 4” has three plates, one with tissue, endpapers not split, nearly pristine, with just a spot or two, worm hole lower front hinge, more so base of rear hinge, worm hole mid point of the rear endpaper: 296 pages; 5“ by 7.5“+/-. According to Walter E Smith’s “Charles Dickens A Bibliography of His First American Editions,” Book 2 has a Variant Binding with a Title Page date of 1865. Smith’s variants are from complete 4 volume sets, some of which may have been made up of “odd volumes,” meaning they were accumulated from the out-of-print market. The point being, the sets may not have been bought consecutively, at the time of publication, by a single “original owner.” To the credit of this set, the penned signatures on the endpapers throughout indicate the continual single ownership of the set. It is reasonable to assume that both the 1864 & 1865 editions of "Book 2" were "available to the public" simultaneously. Historically noting, the Lessard-Foster family dates to pioneer times, some descendants locating in Ludington, Michigan, and, becoming prosperous, the family was noted for its appreciation of music, relics & antiques, and fine books. Notes from Goggling [edited for typos & clarity]: “The Fosters from far back had been prolific readers and what a treasure store of old books they left behind. Just a brief look was all we had time for but one could spend years pouring over those old volumes and still there would be many left untouched. Sets of the old classics, exquisitely 'bound in leather‘, a Polyglot Bible, dated 1836: There was "A Speller & Definer," published by J. B. Lippincott of Philadelphia in 1844, and gardening . . . Old prayers books, hymnals and Bibles, children's story books, family records, letters and pictures, all these and many more behind the glass doors of the massive cases arranged along the walls.” The Bradburn Edition Volumes 1 & 3 precede Hardcover Editions in both America & England. Ref: Smith, Charles Dickens A Bibliography of His First American Editions, page 404; Gimbel-Podeschi page 149 #A153; Edgar & Vail page 29 First Entry, note. Our Mutual Friend, The Rare Bradburn Edition: First Hardcover Edition Published in America - Precedes the First English Edition, Four Volumes, Dated 1864;-65;-65;-65. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arte de Aprender y Jugar el Noble Juego del Villar, con las reglas y leyes en toda su estencion

      Malaga: D. José Garcia Taboadela, 1864. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Purported to be the first book in Spanish on billiards. Bound in full modern acid calf over the original wraps. 32pp plus two large (24" x 16") fold out plates, both with small tears at attached edge, and some mild creasing. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Games & Gaming; Inventory No: 038785.

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        Address of his Excellency John A. Andrew to the Two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, Together with Accompanying Documents. January 8, 1864. (The Gettysburg Address)

      Boston: Wright & Potter, State Printers. 1864. First. First edition. 88, cx, [110]pp., folding map. Original buff printed wrappers. 19th century blind stamp on title page from an important Americana library collection (with letter releasing the book), contemporary inscription on the front wrap: "Francis Rendall, Esq. with regards of Joseph Crofts". About 20% of the rear wrap lacking, modest splits on the paper spine, still a nice very good or better copy. Largely devoted to the Massachusetts war effort. The folding map shows the Soldier's National Cemetery at Gettysburg, dedicated November 19, 1863, with the speech of Edward Everett of Massachusetts and the short "Dedicatory Speech by President Lincoln," better known as the Gettysburg Address. Monaghan notes this as an early printing of the Gettysburg Address. .

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        Traite des Maladies du Coeur et de L'Aorte. Ouvrage traduit, avec L'Autorisation de l'auteur par le Dr. Senac.

      Paris, Adrien Delahaye, 1864.. Premiere edition francaise. 8°. XIX, 716 pages. Demi-chagrin noir (reliure de l'epoque). Bel exemplaire, tres frais.. [Garrison & Morton, 2760 / Bedford Library of Cardiology, 281 / Willius & Dry - A history of the heart and the circulation - pages 134-135 / L. J. Acierno (The history of cardiology), page 102 and page 112] Premiere edition de la traduction francaise de "The Diseases of the Heart and the Aorta". On y trouve la description classique de la " respiration de Cheyne-Stokes " et la premiere description de la tachycardie paroxystique. Il existe egalement des donnees importantes sur la pericardite, sur les valvulopathies et sur les complications cardiaques du typhus. William Stokes (1804-1878) etait un medecin irlandais qui enseigna a Dublin.

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        Experimentelle Untersuchungen zur Physiologie und Pathologie der Embolie, Transfusion und Blutmenge.

      . Virch. Arch. path. Anat., 27./29. - Berlin, Verlag von Georg Reimer, 1864, 8°, (2), 286 pp., orig. Broschur; unaufgeschnittenes frisches Exemplar.. Erste Ausgabe in Buchform dieses Grundlagenwerkes. - Peter Ludwig Panum (1820-1885) aus Rönne in Bornholm, ein Schüler Claude Bernards, Professor in Kiel und Kopenhagen, ist der Begründer der modernen dänischen Physiologie. Der vorliegende, klassische Text enthält grundlegende Erkenntnisse zur Lehre von den embolischen Prozessen und zur Transfusionskunde. Daneben finden sich noch sehr frühe, experimentelle Studien zur Koronardurchblutung. -- Panum erkannte, daß beim defibrinierten Blut kein Unterschied mehr zwischen arterieller und venöser Herkunft bestand. Er bemerkte, daß die transfundierten Blutkörperchen im Empfängerorganismus weiter ihre respiratorische Funktion ausüben und das Fibrin innerhalb von 48 Stunden wieder regeneriert wird. Daneben konnte er nachweisen, daß defibriniertes Blut wiederbelebend wirkte und auch in größeren Mengen gut vertragen wurde. Mit diesen Erkenntnissen gehört Panum zu den Pionieren der Transfusionskunde. -- Von ebenso großer Bedeutung sind seine Forschungsergebnisse zur Entstehung der Embolie, die er durch Injektionen von Öl, Fett, Wachs, etc. in die Aorta und Koronararterien von Hunden gewonnen hatte. Alle vorliegenden Arbeiten stammen noch aus der Kieler Tätigkeit des berühmten Physiologen. - FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. Among the earliest studies of the coronary circulation to employ methods of physiological measurement, Panum's experiments confirmed Erichsen's conclusion that any disease, such as hardening of the coronary arteries, that interferes with the flow of the blood through them may result in sudden death. He embolized the coronary arteries and aorta of dogs by means injection of powder, wax, oil and India ink, finding gradual cessation of cardiac action. -- He replaced practically the entire blood of a dog and found no change in behavior of the animal. He pointed out the dangers implied in direct transfusion of non-defibrinated blood and in transfusion from one species to another. He found the transfusion of defibrinated blood within the same species to be relatively safe. -- Panum, who had trained under Virchow and Claude Bernard, was the founder of modern Danish physiology. He opened the first Danish physiology laboratory in Copenhagen in 1864. - See Leibowitz, Hist. of Cor. Heart disease, 130-31; Fishman & Richards, Circulation of Blood, 230-32; Maluf, Hist. of Blood Transf., 78; Schorr, Gesch. d. Bluttransfus., 35 + 45-46; Hirsch IV, 492-94; Meisen, Danish Scientists, 134-37; Carstensen, P.L. Panum (Neumünster 1967); Garrison & Morton 3008; Waller 7095; Willius & Dry, p. 157; Norman 1633. Not in Bedford-Library.

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        Memoirs of Jane Cameron, Female Convict. By A Prison Matron . in two volumes

      London: Hurst and Blackett, 1864 - Succesful novelist of prison and low-life whose fiction was so often compelling and realisticm his readers often sent him contributions to improve the lives of his charcters (v. ODNB) First edition. 2 vols., 8vo. [viii], 326; [vi], 301 pp. Original green pebbled cloth, staining to lower covers affecting the binding but mostly not the text block, [ acceptable withal. Wolff 5935 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire encyclopedique des sciences medicales.

      Paris, P. Asselin, successeur de Labe, Victor Masson et fils, 1864 - 1889.. 100 Bände. (alles Erschienene). Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten und einigen gestochenen Tafeln. Grüne Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. 24 x 15,5 cm.. Herausgegeben von Jacques Raige-Delorme, Amedee Dechambre, L. Lereboullet und L. Hahn. Das Werk erschien in 5 nicht nummerisch, sondern alphabetisch geordneten Serien: Serie 1 (36 Bde.), Serie 4 (16 Bde.), Serie 2 (27 Bde.), Serie 3 (18 Bde.) und Serie 5 (3 Bde.). - "Im gleichen Jahr (1864) kam auch der erste Band des 'Dictionnaire encyclopedique des sciences medicales' heraus, an dem hundertneunundsiebzig Autoren, darunter Pasteur und Littre, unter der Leitung von A. Dechambre, mitarbeiteten: dieses monumentale Werk stellt das gesamte medizinische Wissen der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts dar" (R. Toellner, Illustrierte Geschichte der Medizin 6, 3020). - Teilweise etwas berieben und bestoßen, Rücken aufgehellt, mit kleinen Abweichungen in Farbe und Größe, 1 Band mit einseitig gelöstem Rücken. Einige Bände mit angeplatzten Innengelenken, teilweise mit gestempeltem Vorsatz oder Reihentitel, Vorsätze leicht gebräunt, innen sauber und nahezu fleckenfrei. Insgesamt dekorative Reihe!

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        Eine Weltreise um die nördliche Hemisphäre in Verbindung mit der Ostasiatischen Expedition in den Jahren 1860 und 1861. Erster und Zweiter Theil.

      Leipzig. F.A. Brockhaus, 1864. - 1. Auflage, 2, 8°. 20,8 x 13,8 cm. XIV,288/VIII,305 Seiten, Vorwort von Wilhelm Heine, In gutem Zustand. saubere und frische Einbände, das Bezugspapier mit Pfauenmuster (Oleographie-Papier), sauber und frisch, wie unberührt, der Einband in braunem Lederimitat. private Nachbindung, mit Leinenecken, Lederrückenschild mit Goldprägung und Dreiseitenrotschnitt, Hardcover in Halbleinwand, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire encyclopédique des sciences médicales

      Paris, P. Asselin, successeur de Labé, Victor Masson et fils, 1864 - 1889.. 100 Bände. (alles Erschienene). Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten und einigen gestochenen Tafeln. Grüne Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. 24 x 15,5 cm. Herausgegeben von Jacques Raige-Delorme, Amédée Dechambre, L. Lereboullet und L. Hahn. Das Werk erschien in 5 nicht nummerisch, sondern alphabetisch geordneten Serien: Serie 1 (36 Bde.), Serie 4 (16 Bde.), Serie 2 (27 Bde.), Serie 3 (18 Bde.) und Serie 5 (3 Bde.). - ?"Im gleichen Jahr (1864) kam auch der erste Band des ?'Dictionnaire encyclopedique des sciences medicales?' … heraus, an dem hundertneunundsiebzig Autoren, darunter Pasteur und Littre, unter der Leitung von A. Dechambre, mitarbeiteten: dieses monumentale Werk … stellt das gesamte medizinische Wissen der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts dar?" (R. Toellner, Illustrierte Geschichte der Medizin 6, 3020). - Teilweise etwas berieben und bestoßen, Rücken aufgehellt, mit kleinen Abweichungen in Farbe und Größe, 1 Band mit einseitig gelöstem Rücken. Einige Bände mit angeplatzten Innengelenken, teilweise mit gestempeltem Vorsatz oder Reihentitel, Vorsätze leicht gebräunt, innen sauber und nahezu fleckenfrei. Insgesamt dekorative Reihe!

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