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        The Comic History of England; The Comic History of Rome. In three volumes bound as two

      London - Punch Office and Bradbury and Evans, 1864. London - Punch Office and Bradbury and Evans, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Thehumorous and richly illustrated histories of England and Rome. Comprising: 'The Comic History of England' complete in two volumes bound as one (Punch Office, 1864), and 'The Comic History of Rome' complete in one volume (Bradbury and Evans, undated). Featuring a total of 30 hand coloured plates by John Leech, collated complete. With 200 woodcut illustrations by John Leech. Condition: In uniform decorative cloth bindings. Externally, only slightly bumped, with light shelfwear. Hinges of 'England' and front hinge of 'Rome'slightly strained. Internally, 'Rome' generally firmly bound. 'England' slightly loose in places, with several gatherings coming away slightly. Very common with this work which was reada lot when new. Intermittent light foxing to pages and plates, prominent to margins and first and last few pages. Small closed tears to several page edges. Clear tape to outer margins of pages 1 and 30 of 'Rome', partly covering text, with slight loss to margin of p1. Overall: GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Das Grossherzogliche Schloss In Ludwigslust." Schloss

      Lithographie mit Tonplatte gedruckt von J. G. Fritzsche, Leipzig nach H. Lauterbach bei Dyk in Leipzig um 1864. Lithographie mit Tonplatte gedruckt von J. G. Fritzsche, Leipzig nach H. Lauterbach bei Dyk in Leipzig um 1864. 17.8x25 cm. -

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        TA., Krahntor mit der Langen Brücke.

      . Lithographie v. L. Sachse & Co n. Meyerheim b. Gerhardsche Buchhandlung, 1864, 24,5 x 32. Selten, nicht bei Bott/Holzamer. - Dek. Blatt mit schöner Staffage.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        TA., Kohlmarkt mit dem Schauspielhaus.

      . Lithographie v. L. Sachse & Co n. Meyerheim b. Gerhardsche Buchhandlung, 1864, 24,5 x 32. Selten, nicht bei Bott/Holzamer.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        TA., Grüne Tor mit der Grünen Brücke,.

      . Lithographie v. L. Sachse & Co n. Meyerheim b. Gerhardsche Buchhandlung, 1864, 24,5 x 32. Selten, nicht bei Bott/Holzamer. - Blick über die Mottlau.

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        Maud and Other Poems

      London - Edward Moxon, 1864. London - Edward Moxon, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A selection of the poetry of Alfred Lord Tennyson. Including Maud, The Princess, and others. A new edition. Condition: In a decorative red morocco binding with gilt detailing. Externally smart, though with some marks and some light rubbing. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and mainly clean, with just the odd spot. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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      London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1864. London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lovely pocket edition of Poet Laureate Tennyson's Poems with a poem dedicated 'To The Queen'as a preface dated March 1851. Sixteenth edition. With an ink inscription dated 1864 to the front free endpaper. Condition: In a full morocco binding. Externally, generally smart but with slight bumping and wear to extremities. Rubbing to front board. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean throughout but with some foxing to the first and last few pages. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Enoch Arden

      London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1864. London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition of this poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Enoch Arden was published in 1864 by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, during his tenure as England's Poet Laureate. The story on which it was based was provided to Tennyson by Thomas Woolner. The story could be considered a variation on and antithesis to the Classical myth of Odysseus, who after an absence of 20 years at the Trojan War and at sea found a faithful wife who had been loyally waiting for him. Condition: In a full red morocco binding with gilt detailing. Externally smart, with just some light shelfwear. Internally, firmly bound. Previous owner's label to front pastedown. Neat ink signature to recto of front free-endpaper. Pages are bright and mainly clean, with just some light spotting to the first and last few pages. Overall: NEAR FINE..

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        Enoch Arden etc

      London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1864. London - Edward Moxon and Co., 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A copy of Tennyson's narrative poem, which is sometimes considered an antithesis to Homer's Odyssey. The hero of the poem, fisherman turned merchant sailor Enoch Arden, leaves his wife Annie and three children to go to sea with his old captain, who offers him work after he had lost his job due to an accident; in a manner that reflects the hero's masculine view of personal toil and hardship to support his family, Enoch Arden left his family to better serve them as a husband and father. However during his voyage, Enoch Arden is shipwrecked on a desert island with two companions; both eventually die, leaving Arden alone there. This part of the story is reminiscent of Robinson Crusoe. Enoch Arden remains lost and missing for ten years. He finds upon his return from the sea that, after his long absence, his wife, who believed him dead, is married happily to another man, his childhood friend Philip (Annie has known both men since her childhood, thus the rivalry), and has a child by him. Enoch's life remains unfulfilled, with one of his children now dead, and his wife and remaining children now being cared for by his onetime rival. Tragically Enoch does not ever reveal to his wife and children that he is really alive, he loves her too much to spoil her new happiness, and Enoch dies of a broken heart. Condition: In a full morocco binding. Externally smart, with just some shelfwear to the spine and corners. Internally, firmly bound. 'Ex-Libris' bookplate to free endpaper. Pages are bright and clean with just the odd spot. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Almanach astrologique.

      Paris, (Lithographie Ch. Fernique) 1864 - . Collation : 320 x 490 Belle affiche publicitaire de Cham, imprimée en deux couleurs pour l'Almanach astrologique de 1864. // You can browse all my books on

      [Bookseller: Hugues de Latude]
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        Les Ruines de Ninive, ou description des palais detruits des bords du Tigre, suivie d'une description du Musee assyrien du Louvre.

      Paris, Societe des ecoles du dimanche, 1864.. Octavo. Pp. half-title, vii (verso blank), 319. Plus engraved frontispiece, protected by tissue-guard, and 4 other engraved plates, all printed on thick paper, bound-in. Plus 2 full-page maps; plus a full-page Plan de Musee assyrien du Louvre, with indications to artifacts' display points. Many engraved illustrations to the text. Hardcover, bound in contemporary half cloth and marbled paper over boards, spine gilt, inner hinges starting, neat repair to marginal tear in one leaf, sporadic foxing. In overall fine condition. ~ First edition. Leon Feer (1830-1902). Scarce. OCLC lists 6 copies only worldwide, two of which are in the Bibliotheque d'Art et d'Archeologie in Paris..

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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        Our Mutual Friend.

      With Illustrations by Marcus Stone. 20 monthly serial parts in 19 (parts 19 & 20 published as one part). Chapman and Hall, London 1864-1865. Original light blue-green wrappers. Condition is very good, with some edgewear on the printed wrappers, and with larger parts missing on the first volume's wrappers. A couple of wrappers are loose or nearly loose. A couple of spines have been repaired as well as one corner. Small label on the front cover of the first volume. Housed in a newer box with marbled sidepaper.. First Edition of Dickens's last complete novel, where Greed and The River Thames are two of the main characters. The book first appeared in these twenty monthly serial parts (the last one being a double-number) from May 1864 through November 1865.** Including the preliminary leaves readymade for a bound edition in two volumes in parts 10 & 19/20 (ie. titleleaves, halftitleleaves, table of contents, list of illustrations and more). With the printer's name at the bottom of part 1's front wrapper. With many ads and slips inserted, including the Albert Insurance slip and Wilkie Collins slip (twice) in part 6, the At the Bar slip in part 18, and the Foreign Bank Notes in the last part. Also Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy in part 8. Lacking the Economic Life Assurance inset both in part 14 and in part 19/20

      [Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat]
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        Shakespeare Jest Books: Reprints of the Early and Very Rare Jest Books Supposed to have been Used by Shakespeare. In two volumes

      London - Willis and Sotheran7 by 5, 1864. London - Willis and Sotheran7 by 5, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An interesting collection of jest books supposedly used by Shakespeare. (In 'Much Ado About Nothing', Beatrice claims 'I had my good wit out of the Hundred Merry Tales'). Volume I, Part I is entitled 'A Hundred Mery Talys, from the only Known Copy' and Volume I, Part II is entitled 'Mery Tales and Quicke Answers, from the Rare Edition of 1567'. Volume II contains: 'Merie Tales of Skelton', 'Jests of Scogin', 'Sackfull of Newes', 'Tarlton's Jests', 'Merrie Conceited Jests of George Peele' and 'Jacke of Dover'. With introductions and notes by W. Carew Hazlitt, and an illustration to Volume I. Volumes I and II of three volumes. Condition: In modern half calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally, a little shelfwear, with the corners slightly bumped. Internally, firmly bound. Age-toning, with occasional small spots and marks. A number of the pages have been carelessly opened, with some creasing, small tears and slight loss prominent to the margins. Some of the pages are unopened. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Gettysburg Address

      Wright & Potter 1864 - Boston. 1864. 88,110pp. plus folding map. Original printed paper wrappers. Internally clean, back cover not attached anymore, water stain at top of spine and around it. Very good. Devoted almost entirely to the Massachusetts war effort, published early in January, 1864. The folding map shows the Soldier's National Cemetery at Gettysburg, dedicated November 19, 1863, with the long speech of Edward Everett of Massachusetts and the short "Dedicatory Speech by President Lincoln," better known as the Gettysburg Address. Also printed is the "Programme of Arrangements" of that day, a list of Massachusetts soldiers killed at Gettysburg and buried there, and details of the cemetery. Monaghan notes this as an early printing of the Gettysburg Address. MONAGHAN, LINCOLN BIBLIOGRAPHY I:48. This historically significant and very early book publication of the Gettysburg Address, which may be the most important, and certainly best known, speech in US history, is extremely uncommon, and almost only found rebound or with the covers missing. This version, intact and in its original condition, is a coveted artifact of Americana. Comes in a custom-made slipcase. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Die Entdeckung der Nilquellen. Reisetagebuch.

      Erster Theil (bis zweiter Theil) in 1 Band [= vollständig]. Übs. aus dem Englischen. Autorisirte deutsche Ausgabe. Mit zwei [randkolorierten] Karten [davon 1 gefaltet], zwei Stahlstichen [als Frontispiz] und zahlreichen Holzschnitten. Leipzig, Brockhaus 1864,. XII,348,VII(III),349 S., Halbfranzbd. der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, rotem und grünem Rückenschild, marmorierte Vorsätze, umseitiger Blauschnitt. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe - UFB S 17/4554 - gutes Exemplar, Einband etwas berieben

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        Fables de la Fontaine

      Paris - Garnier Freres, 1864. Paris - Garnier Freres, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The fantastic Grandville illustrated edition of Fontaine's classic fables. Bound in quarter leather with gilt lettering, decoration, and blindstamped decoration. In the original French. Can command up to 300 in this edition. With numerous in-text illustrations by Grandville. Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard, 1803 1847, generally known by the pseudonym of J. J. Grandville, was a French caricaturist. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The inner hinge has failed and the rear inner hinge is slightly strained but still firm. The outer hinges are just starting but still firm. There is some wear to the extremities, including some rubbing and edge wear. Internally the pages have slightbrowning to the edges, with light foxing and marks. There is discolouration to the pastedowns and free-endpapers. Overall the condition isfair, with a very good interior..

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        Österreichs Holzpflanzen. Eine auf genau Berücksichtigung der Merkmale der Laubblätter gegründete floristische Bearbeitung aller im österreichischen Kaiserstaate wild wachsenden oder häufig cultivierten Bäume, Sträucher und Halbsträucher.

      Wien: K. k. Hof- u. Staatsdruckerei 1864.. OHldr. m. Rückenprägung, Folio, XXVIII, 1 Bl., 524 S., 1 Bl., mit 1640 Blattabrucken in Naturselbstdruck auf 79 Tafeln, zahlreiche Blattabdrucke im Text, sowie am Bandende eine Maßstabtafel.,. Vor- u. Haupttitel m. jew. einem Stempe u. leicht stockfleckig. Vortitelblatt knitterig. Rücken u. Kanten berieben. Ansonsten absolut einwandfreier Zustand.

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      Alta California Book and Job Office, San Francisco 1864 - 8vo. 31pp. Original printed wrappers in quarter orange leather slipcase. Very good condition (lower front hinge starting to separate; chipping to spine head; light soiling; minor dampstaining to lower covers; decorative owner bookplate of George Clinton Ward, early California electric company executive; shadow of bookplate adhesive on front cover), still a very nice, scarce copy of Harte's fourth appearance in print. (BAL 7237; Cowan II pg. 595). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        La Lisette de Beranger: Souvenirs Intimes

      Paris - Bachelin Deflorenne, 1864. Paris - Bachelin Deflorenne, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition of this biography of Judith Frere, the companion of the songwriter Jean de Beranger. Featuring an engraved portrait frontispiece by G. Staal. The original paper wraps have been bound in. In French. Condition: In a half calf binding, with marbled boards and decorative endpapers. Externally, some shelfwear. Internally, generally firmly bound, although the frontispiece is working loose. Occasional light foxing prominent to first and last few pages, with the odd mark. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        La Renaissance monumentale en France. Specimens de compositions et d'ornementation architectoniques empruntes aux edifices construits depuis le regne de Charles VIII jusqu'a celui de Louis XIV.

      . 2 vols. Paris: Morel et Ce 1864. With numerous plates. Folio. Uncut with orig. wrappers in nice new halfleather. Bindings signed Thorkil og Leif Hagel Olsen 1969. Frontwrapper volume 2 restored.

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        O Full True un Pertikler Okeawnt O Wat Me un Maw Mistris Seede un Yerde Wi' Gooin to th' Greyte Eggshibishun E' Lundun, E' Eyghtene Hundurth un Sixty Two

      sp;- Rachde - Wrigleyun Son, 1864. sp;- Rachde - Wrigleyun Son, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A book on the Great Exhibition of London in 1862, written in theLancashire dialect. First published as a series of letters in the Rochdale Observer; first edition thus. With many illustrations and a dictionary to the rear. This is the second such work by Oliver Ormerod, the first being an account of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Condition: In a cloth covered binding. Externally, sound with shelfwear and marks to boards. Hinges very tender and may fail in post, despite careful packing. Internally, binding loosening in places. Slight foxing and marks to pages throughout. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        Waldsee und seine Vorzeit, zugleich jene von zwölf dahin Bezug habende Orte des ehemaligen Haister- & Argengaues; nebst einer Lebensbeschreibung und Seligsprechung Elisabetha der Guten zu Reute, geboren in Waldsee.

      Waldsee, Georg Sebald Liebel's Buchdruckerei, 1864.. 8° (21x13), XII, 502 S., Pbd d.Zt., Ecken etwas bestossen, der Rücken oberflächlich etwa zur Hälfte stärker beschabt, Vorsatzblatt mit kleinem Eckabschnitt, gutes gepflegtes Exemplar, fest und sauber,.

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        The Four Experiments in Church and State and the Conflicts of Churches

      London - Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green, 1864. London - Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. An interesting study on the relationship between the Church and State in Britain and abroad. A scarce first edition. Lord Robert Montagu PC (24 January 1825 6 May 1902), was a British Conservative politician. He served as Vice-President of the Committee on Education between 1867 and 1868. Montagu was an advocate of protectionist policies. With binder's label to rear pastedown of Westleys and Co. of London. Condition: In a cloth binding. Externally, sound with slight bumping to extremities. Internally, firmly bound, bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Nivellement général de la France.

      Bourges, Pigelet 1864 - 4 volumes in-8 [212 x 135 mm]. Collation : (4), XLII, (4), 604 / (6), 698 / (8), 720 / XIII, (1), 48 pp., 1 tab. dépl., 104 pp., 2 tab. et 15 planches. Demi-chagrin vert, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure de l'époque.) Première édition. Le nivellement général de la France de 1864 est le premier nivellement homogène fait sur l'ensemble du territoire français. Bourdalouë, directeur des travaux, avait dirigé la brigade française en 1847 des études de l'isthme de Suez. "La précision (du nivellement ) est telle que, par kilomètre, il n'existe pas un écart dépassant 1 mm , et à peine 3 cm d'une extrémité de la France à l'autre". Les trois premiers volumes contiennent les: "Résultats des opérations exécutées pour l'établissement du réseau des lignes de base." Le quatrième des : - "Notes diverses." Suivies des: - "Instructions", contenant 18 circulaires, de 1859 à 1863, de une ou plusieurs pages chacune, totalisant 104 pp. , 2 tableaux et 15 planches dont 6 dépliantes. Ces notes et instructions sont illustrées de lithographies montrant les instruments et les méthodes utilisés. L'une est une grande planche dépliante du "niveau dit Bourdaloue". A la suite on a relié un : "Carnet de l'opérateur". (44) pp. sous couverture imprimée verte. Tel qu'il a été envoyé à tous les opérateurs qui ont participé à ce nivellement. In fine deux très grandes cartes dépliantes, une de France avec le Réseau des lignes de base et un spécimen des cartes du nivellement de détail. Envoi de l'auteur à Mr. Combes, Directeur de l'Ecole des mines, dans les 1er et 4ème volumes. Carte de visite de Bourdalouë jointe. Très bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      , 1864. 1864. [a just-about-fine set] With Illustrations by Marcus Stone. [In 20-in-19 monthly serial parts.] London: Chapman and Hall, 1864-1865. Original light blue-green wrappers. First Edition of Dickens's last complete novel, in which Greed and The River Thames are two of the principal characters. OUR MUTUAL FRIEND first appeared in these twenty monthly serial parts (the last one being a double-number) from May 1864 through November 1865; it was then published in two volumes (serial readers were encouraged to have their parts so bound up, with the two volumes' preliminary leaves here provided in Parts X and XIX/XX).~This set has the one issue-point in the first state: the lack of the printer's imprint at the bottom of Part I's front wrapper. As Hatton & Cleaver point out, an absolutely-complete set of OUR MUTUAL FRIEND in parts has the most advertising matter of any Dickens novel -- 320 pages of preliminary ads, plus 89 different ads and slips inserted at the rear. This set is remarkably complete -- lacking only the Albert Insurance slip in Part VI, the often-missing Economic Life Assurance inset both in Part XIV and in Part XIX/XX, and the "At the Bar" slip in Part XVIII (stub remains); on the other hand, there is extra (not-called-for) advertising material in Parts VIII and XVIII -- and the scarce "Foreign Bank Notes" slip is present in the final part.~Condition is overall close to fine, with very little external wear (just a little wear at the foot of about five parts) and with little internal wear other than some spots on the first and last ad leaves of Part I; four of the parts still have unopened leaves, and all plates are clean and bright. OUR MUTUAL FRIEND in parts in not all that scarce, but sets in this condition are: "Dickens in parts" doesn't get much better than this. Hatton & Cleaver pp 343-370. Housed in an attractive cloth clamshell case with leather label.

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        The Life of Major-General James Wolfe

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1864. London: Chapman and Hall,, 1864. Founded on Original Documents and illustrated by his Correspondence … Octavo. Original red cloth, title gilt to the spine, panelling in blind to the boards. Mounted photographic portrait frontispiece. Slightly rubbed and soiled, front hinge carefully repaired, light browning, mounting leaf of frontispiece foxed, overall very good. First edition. This copy inscribed by the author on the half-title, "G. Cheatle from Robt. Wright, May 1869." The first biography to "make use of the extensive surviving correspondence between Wolfe and his family; and to publish many other key documents …" (Brumwell, Paths of Glory, pxvii). A neat enough copy, unusual inscribed.

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        VESSEL BOOK" of S.W. Carey, of New York, showing his ownership in 54 Sailing Vessels and 21 Floating Grain Elevators, 1855-1890

      4to. 263 pp. Half calf over marbled boards, with the spine partially defective. A small label with the manuscript notation “Vessel Book” appears on the front cover. Manuscript entries in sepia and red ink in a fine, bold hand - perhaps Carey’s. Entries are in balance sheet form with debit and. credit entries - usually on facing pages. Carey owned interests in smaller sailing vessels, including clippers (the Western Empire and John Fyfe), a whaler (the Virgin of New Bedford), and a number of large packets (the Isaac Webb, the Yorktown, the Great Western, etc,). Nineteen of Carey’s ships were lost during his ownership and their fates are carefully recorded. The ship Byzantium, for example, was “burned at sea by Pirate Bark Tacony. Capt. Reid June 21st/63.” Or, “Schooner Cordelia, driven ashore and became a total wreck at Vera Cruz.” Or the Octavius, which sailed from New York and was never heard from again. The bark Virginia was “taken by the Rebel Pirate Alabama” etc. From 1864 through 1890 Carey began investing in the floating grain elevators in New York harbor - at greater profit with far less risk. A most unusual manuscript item.

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        'F.W. Delkeskamp's kleines Rhein-Panorama von Mainz bis Cöln.'.

      . Stahlstich v. J.Ph. Dauch n. Friedrich Wilhelm Delkeskamp, 1864, 89 x 15 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Friedrich Wilhelm Delkeskamp geb. 1794 in Bielefeld war Maler, Kupferstecher u. Verleger. - Zeigt ein Rheinpanorama von Mainz nach Köln mit Einzeichnung der Eisenbahnlinie aus der Vogelschau. - Unter u. über dem Panorma Gesamtansichten von Köln und Mainz mit Bordüren.

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        Beppo the Conscript

      London - Chapman and Hall, 1864. London - Chapman and Hall, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce first edition of this novel by Thomas Anthony Trollope. Trollope wrote thirteen novels in all, both English and Italian stories. In 1864 Tom wrote a two-volume novel, Beppo the Conscript, in twenty-four days (to raise money to take his then ailing first wife somewhere more conducive to her health). Two volumes bound in one. Condition: Im a half-calf binding. Externally, generally smart, though with some rubbing to the head of the spine and some discolouration to the leather. Internally, firmly bound. Ink signature to verso of front free-endpaper. Pages are bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Collection of Religious Pamphlets

      79 - London, Dublin and Oxford- Strahan and Co, John Robertson, The Christian Book Society, W. Tweedie, andF. Bowyer Kitto, 1864. 79 - London, Dublin and Oxford- Strahan and Co, John Robertson, The Christian Book Society, W. Tweedie, andF. Bowyer Kitto, 1864 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce collection of victorian religious pamphlets, poetry and fiction. Includes On the Loss of Friends and On Beingill bothby the Reverend Anthony W. Thorold, The Two Bibles Compared, Catholic and Protestant: Being Saint Pauls Epistle to the Romans, The Sanctity of the Church, the Teaching of Scripture on the Nature and Development of True Holiness by Reverend W. Conway, The Vow of the Nazarite by Reverend Canon Farrar, Analytical Exposition of the Book of Ruth, with Suggestive Practical Teaching by Dr. Anderson and which is only published on request,Farewell Sermons Preached in St Pancras Church by W. Weldon Champneys, Modern Christianity, a Civilized Heathenism, The Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England, Explained and Compared with Scripture by the reverend H. J. Turrell, The Girl of the Period reprinted by permission from the Saturday Review, Tracks for Tourists or the Continental Companion by F. C. Burnand and illustrated throughout by Charles Keene, and lastly Warren Hastings by Lord Macaulay. Illustrator of Tracks for Tourists or the Continental Companion,Charles Keene, was one of the more influential artists of the nineteenth century. He holdsa highplace amongst English craftsmen in black and white. Condition: In a half calf binding with marbled boards and gilt lettering to the spine. Externally, sound with light wear to extremities and spine. Internally, all pamphlets are firmly bound with bright pages, and some with original publishers title page. Light spotting to the text block edge and endpapers, copperplate ink signature to the title pages of The Sanctity of the Church and Warren Hastings, as well as copperplate ink contents to free endpaper. Overall: GOOD..

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        Deutschlands Flora oder Abbildung und Beschreibung der daselbst wildwachsenden Pflanzen.. In naturgetreu colorirten Abbildungen. Vollständig in einhundert Lieferungen. Siebente vollständig umgearbeitete und vermehrte Auflage

      Leipzig Wilhelm Baensch Verlagshandlung 1864,. 0 S., kl.4°, HHLdr. XXXVI Seiten(= Systematische Aufstellung der Gattungen und Arten von Deutschlands Flora) + 500 kolorierte Tafeln. Hier sind alle 500 kolorierte Tafeln in einem Band gebunden. Zustand: Lederrücken mit kleiner Fehlstelle am Kapitäl unten und berieben. Kanten zu Buchdeckel gebrochen, Bindung aber fest. Kanten berieben, Ecken bestoßen. Titelblatt innen unterlegt. Exlibris innen am Deckel. Ansichten sauber und komplett.

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        Hingham, Massachusetts Raises Troops Under Lincoln's Draft Call

      Hingham, MA 1864 - Broadside. "War Meeting! An Adjourned Meeting of Citizens liable to be Drafted into the Military Service of the United States." Hingham, Mass., February 13, 1864. 1 p., approximately 11 1/4 x 16 3/4 in., matted and framed to 18 3/4 x 24 1/4 in. On February 1, 1864, Lincoln called for an additional 200,000 men to fill Union ranks. The town of Hingham needed 34 men to meet their quota, and used this broadside to advertise the muster. Israel Whitcomb was secretary of the Hingham rallying committee, organized to recruit soldiers and solicit donations to meet the town's quota of troops. The Hingham committee had assembled (and voted itself out of existence) for Lincoln's earlier draft calls.

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        Billedbog til Forstandsövelse for Börn.

      . (Efter Bohny). Odense: Hempel [1864]. Med handkoloreret litograferet titelblad + 36 handkolorerede litograferede plancher. Tvaer4to. (4) s. + pl. Samt. kartonbind med brun shirtingsryg og hjörner. Pa forpermen, opklaebet, det litograferede titelblad i sort/hvid. Forpermen med tre sma pletter.<br>With handcoloured lithographed titlepage + 36 handcoloured lithographed plates. Oblong 4to. (4) pp. + plates. Contp. boards with brown clothspine and -corners and with the lithographed titlepage in b/w mounted on frontcover. Frontcover with 3 small stains. * Dansk udgave af Niklaus Bohnys paedagogiske laerebog "Neues Bilderbuch. Anleitung zum Anschauen, Denken und Rechnen für Kinder von 2½ bis 7. Jahren", som förste gang udkom i Esslingen 1848. 'Hvorvidt det er lykkedes mig ved foreliggende Vaerk, hvori for störstedelen Talforholdet er stillet i Forgrunden som ledende Princip og hvor der tillige er taget hensyn til udviklingen og Barnets Evne til at ytre sig, at vise, hvorledes ovenomtalte Maalkan naaes, vil Resultatet vise. ... Derfor kan denne Billedbog, omendskjönt isaer bestemt for Börnestue, ogsaa anvendes paa det förste Trin af Elementarundervisningen som et passende Underviisningsmiddel til Regne- Taenke- og Taleövelser' (fra bogens forord). Den schweiziske laerer og paedagog Niklaus Bohny (1815-56) var staerkt pavirket af paedagogen Johan Heinrich Pestalozzi (1747-1827), som var en af grundlaeggerne af det 18. arhundredes paedagogik.<br>Danish edition of Niklaus Bohny's textbook of pedagogy "Neues Bilderbuch. Anleitung zum Anschauen, Denken und Rechnen für Kinder von 2½ bis 7. Jahren", which was first published in Esslingen 1848..

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        Auf dem Forum Romanum, 1864

      1864. Bleistift auf Papier, unten rechts datiert: "24 Juni", verso bezeichnet: "Forum - Rom 1864", 14,6 x 22,3 cm. Wie Schauspieler auf einer Bühne am Ende einer Tragödie liegen die geborstenen Reste einer korinthischen Säule über- und durcheinander. Albert Hertel konzentriert sich in diesem Skizzenblatt nicht auf die majestätische Pracht der antiken Ruinen des Forum Romanum, die der Zeit getrotzt haben, sondern auf das, was den Verfall bedeutet. Im Hintergrund ragt die einstige Ordnung der Säulenreste noch hervor, doch wirkt die fragile Dürre nicht als Hoffnungsschimmer für die Fragmente im Vordergrund. Hertel kann sich ganz dem widmen, was eigentlich bildunwürdig ist, was vergessen ist. In unzähligen Gemälden haben Hunderte von Künstlern vor ihm jeden Blick auf das Forum in jeder erdenklichen Lichtsituation dargestellt. Die Begeisterung der Entdeckung ist 1864 bereits verflogen. Die Heroisierung interessiert Hertel, der Ende 1863 als 20jähriger Künstler zum ersten Mal nach Italien kommt, nicht. Somit schwingt in dieser frühen Zeichnung des forschenden und suchenden Malers ein Hauch von Menzels Voyeurismus mit, indem sich für ihn der Charakter der Landschaft im unbeachteten Detail ereignet. Doch gleichzeitig präsentiert er die Steinformation auch, rückt sie ins Zentrum, macht sie zur Hauptperson. Gerade dieses Changieren von Zufälligkeit und Inszenierung macht das Blatt so spannend. Hertel schloss sich in diesen ersten Italienjahren an Friedrich Preller d. J. und Heinrich Franz-Dreber an, die zwar den idealen Charakter einer Landschaft nicht gänzlich zugunsten eines ungeschminkten Realismus fallen ließen, aber doch stärker als etwa Joseph Anton Koch am Realen den Zugang zum Idealen suchten. Hertel bewegt sich in dieser Zeichnung auf eben diesen Spuren.

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        Apologia Pro Vita Sua

      London Longman, Green, Roberts, and Green., 1864. London Longman, Green, Roberts, and Green., 1864. Being a Reply to a Pamphlet entitled "What, then, Does Dr. Newman Mean? Octavo. Original parts in wrappers (223 × 140 mm). In the dark red slipcase, spine lettered in gilt. Wrappers lightly soiled, contents a tad foxed. Slipcase slightly worn at edges. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. A landmark of Victorian literary culture, this is the author&#39;s classic defence of his journey from Protestantism to Catholicism, in response to a rather vitriolic remark made by the Anglican priest Reverend Charles Kingsley about the Catholic priesthood.

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        Svenska folket sådant det ännu lefver vid elfvom, på berg och i dalom.

      - Tecknade af J. W. Wallander. Beskrifne af Onkel Adam. Stockholm, Albert Bonnier, (1864-65). Folio. Titel/Innehållsblad + 17 litograferade planscher med text på svenska, franska, tyska och engelska. Nött dekorerat originalklotband. Lagad vid ryggens huvud och fot samt bakre fals. Ren inlaga med endast någon liten sporadisk fläck. Worn original dekorated cloth. Repaired at head and tail of spine and lower joint. Interior clean with a few small spots. 39 x 27 cm.*Bilden bundna som tvåsidigt uppslag. Textbladen vikta. Plates as double spread. Textpages folded.[#\104508] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. sowie 37 weitere U. von Wiener Künstlern.

      Wien, Februar 1864.. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-4to.. An seinen Bruder, den Sänger Ludwig Cramolini (1805-1884): "Ich gratuliere Dir von Herzen zu Deinem vierzigjährigen Jubiläum am 25. Februar d. J. und mit mir die Unterzeichneten [...]". - Unter diesen finden sich etwa Ernst Ritter Steinhauser v. Treuberg, Alois Anders, Mathias Strebinger, die Sänger Gustav Walter u. Heinrich Kreuzer, Georg Hellmesberger, Ferdinand Richter, Luise Dustmann, Richard Lewy, Gustav Braunmüller, der Historiker Dr. Theodor Georg Ritter von Karajan sowie die Schriftsteller Otto Pechtler und Carl Adam Kaltenbrunner. - Etwas angestaubt und fleckig und mit kleinen Randläsuren.

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      London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, 1864. London:: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green,, 1864. First Edition. Very Good+. A Very Good+ hardback First Edition First Printing in original boards rebacked with new endpapers and original spine title piece laid-down. Frontispiece of Babbage&#39;s calculating engine. Mild cover edge wear, soil edges, corners bumped. 8vo. viii, 496 pp.

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        Some New Industries for South Australia. Silkworms, Mulberry, Olives, Tobacco, etc., etc

      Adelaide, Rigby, 1864 - Octavo, xii (last one blank), 82, [2, colophon] pages plus 2 lithographs by William Wyatt (a double-page plate of 'Method of training the White Mulberry to a standard' and 'The Reeling Machine'). Original yellow card covers with the plain spine expertly renewed; absolutely trifling surface loss to silverfish; essentially a fine copy with the contemporary blindstamp of Rigby (as bookseller) on the front flyleaf. Sir Samuel Davenport (1818-1906) was an ardent promoter of agriculture and new industries in South Australia and served as president of both the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society and the South Australian branch of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia (Australian Dictionary of Biography). Other new industries discussed in the book are Verdigris and Flower-Farming. Ferguson 8971 (pagination incorrect, and the plates are not recorded). Use [Ask Bookseller a Question] option below to confirm availability.

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        Can You Forgive Her? . . . With Illustrations

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1864-1865.. London: Chapman and Hall, 1864-1865.. First edition in book form.. Fine copy in the standard binding from Bayntun, with the sheets and plates washed, etc.. Sadleir, Trollope, 19; Wolff 6769; NCBEL III, 883. 2 vols, 8vo, full crimson morocco by Bayntun-Riviere, gilt rules and lettering, a.e.g. 40 plates by H. K. Browne and others. Bound without the half-titles. ¦ The second of TrollopeÕs Palliser novels, which chronicles the history of Plantagenet Palliser and his wife, Lady Glencora.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. sowie 15 weitere U. von Bühnenkünstlern.

      Stuttgart, 24. II. 1864.. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 4to.. An den Sänger Ludwig Cramolini (1805-1884): "Meine mitunterzeichneten Collegen so wie ich bringen Dir ihre herzlichsten Glückwünsche zu Deinem 40 jährigen Künstler Jubiläum dar [...]". - Mit den Unterschriften von Aloise Kettel, Mathilde Marlow-Homolatsch), Bertha Leisinger, J. Rauscher, Dr. F. Löwe, Johann Bapt. Pischek, Leonhard Pfeifer, Carl Weber, Heinrich Sontheim, Lenz, Gustav Pezold, Albert Jäger u. a. - Zunächst Chorist am Theater in der Leopoldstadt, debütierte Rauscher 1821 als Ramiro am Theater an der Wien, war von 1822 bis 1825 Tenor am Kärntnertortheater und wirkte mehrmals bei den Aufführungen von Franz Schuberts Vokalquartetten mit; von 1840 bis 1860 war er an der Hofoper in Stuttgart engagiert. - Etwas gebräunt und mit mehreren Randeinrissen.

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        Sull'Origine delle Specie per Elezione Naturale ovvero Conservazione delle Razze perfezionate nella Lotto per L'Esistenza. Prima Traduzione Italiana col Consenso dell' Autore per Cura di G. Canestrini e L. Salimbeni.

      Modena, Nicola Zanichelli e. Soci, 1864. 8vo. Bound partly uncut in a very nice contemporary half calf with gilt lettering and gilt ornamentation to spine. Light wear to boards, otherwise an unusually fine and well preserved copy, internally as well as externally. XV, 403 pp + 1 plate.. Rare first edition of the first Italian translation of Darwin's seminal "Origin of Species", quite unusually, authorized by Darwin himself. The work was very well received and - compared to France and Spain - Darwinism was quickly adopted by Italian biologist and zoologist and meet only little catholic opposition. "The impact of Darwinism on Italian naturalists was powerful; the logic and rigorous treatment of the problem of the origin of species as Darwin had presented it, forced zoologists and anthropologists to reconsider those passages of Lamarckisms that they had agreed to with excessive enthusiasm". (Capanna, Darwinism and the Italian academies). The reception of Darwin's work in France (1862) and Spain (1877) were characterized by a strong chatolic opposition, which also had a strong suppressing effect on the spread of his ideas to academic institutions.Despite of Italy being a catholic stronghold the reception of Darwinism was very favourable and meet very limited criticism from the church:"In contrast to the power Catholicism was able to exert against Darwinism in Spain, it was practically impotent in Italy. Neither could the Italian Catholic intellectual establishment draw upon a repertory of anti-Darwinism arguments from the Italian scientific establishment, as was done in France. As in France under the Third Republic and as was the case sporadically in Spain, the advent of Darwinism in Italy provided a source of ideology for the anticlerical movement. Although Darwinism enjoyed a number of close connections with the English source, the peculiarities of the Italian situation set Darwinism in Italy apart from other situations. Italy was in the forefront in recognizing Darwin, electing him to various academies and societies and awarding him the famous Bressa Prize in 1875. In Italy the translation of the Origin "1864" was given an impeccable scientific presentation by Giocanni Canestrini and Leonardo Salimbeni, which avoided the type of situation that arose from the presentation of Darwinism in France by Clémence Royer as a new scientific basis for a secularistic Weltanschauung. As a general explanation, of course, it is reasonable to accept Cermenati's arguments that the favorable receptivity of the scientific community and the general indifference to ecclesiastical objections to Darwinism are the chief factors explaining the quick spread of Darwinism in Italy". (Glick, The Comparative Reception of Darwinism).Emma Darwin, Darwin's wife, wrote publisher John Murry on the 17th of December: "Mr Darwin desires me to say that as you have never hesitated to authorize a foreign translation he has taken upon himself to authorise a translation into Italian without consulting you." When Darwin was informed that his work was being translated into Italian he wrote to his close friend J. D. Hooker: "There is an Italian Edit. of Origin preparing!!! This makes fifth foreign Edit, ie in five foreign countries. Owen will not be right in telling Longmans that Book wd be utterly forgotten in ten years. Hurrah!".Freeman no. 706

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