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         ALS in draft to an unknown correspondent. 'I lose not a single moment in addressing this letter to you ... I made a charge against you in the Garrick Club ... I indiscreetly made it in the strongest belief that I was right ... since I left the Committee Room today I have had reason to believe - reason that I could not possibly foresee - that I was wrong. I therefore beg in the fullest and amplest manner to express my regret ...' With some 17 deletions and insertions.

      [1865] 20 lines on verso only single 8vo leaf, headed paper of All the Year Round.This is recorded in vol. XI of Pilgrim Letters, p.20, BUT WITHOUT NOTING THE INSERTIONS & CORRECTIONS. A draft letter to a member of the Garrick Club. The letter dates to February 1865 and is written in the aftermath of the blackballing on 25 February of W.H. Wills, Dickens's assistant, by members of the Club. Dickens initially resigned membership on the same day, to be followed on the 3rd May with a note requesting that the Secretary 'with-hold my letter of retirement ... as it is possible that I may have occasion to enter the Club once more, before finally leaving it ...' His 'withdrawal', with Wilkie Collins & Fechter, eventually took place on 9th March. Dickens joined and resigned from the Garrick several times - most famously over the 'Garrick Club Dispute' between Thackeray and Edmund Yates in 1858 - but this resignation in 1865 was his last. Presumably the intended recipient of the letter, if it was ever sent, was either the Secretary or to a committee member of the Club who had been verbally attacked by Dickens. A most unusual document: Dickens was clearly exercised by the whole business and lost his temper - this manuscript shows him admitting 'I was wrong'. It is also unusual in being a heavily corrected draft, when Dickens was normally a supremely confident letter-writer. CAROL CHECK - Dickens's - use throughout PLEASE NOTE: For customers within the UK and the EU, this item is subject to VAT.

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         Original Manuscript Diary of Union Army Lieutenant Lowell Nichols

      New Bern, NC: np, 1865. A CIVIL WAR DIARY WITH EXCELLENT CONTENT, COVERING THE FALL OF RICHMOND, LEE'S SURRENDER AND LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION. Lt. Nichols begins his diary in January, 1865, while stationed at New Bern, NC, and his early entries record the basic activities of army life: drills, marching, target practice. His troop, however, is soon sent to scout for, and then fight the Confederate soldiers ("Rebs") under Captain "Greely" [Captain Edwin Seneca Greeley, who rose to become Brevet Brigadier General and post-bellum a prominent financier]. He writes of his encountering and engaging with the enemy, mentioning Sherman on March 19 ("Heavy firing of artillery heard in the direction of Goldsboro, perhaps Sherman is fighting there.").He writes of lighter moments ("strolled about town to see the pretty girls and found lots of them. Should like to garrison the place for the rest of my term of service") and at other times the diary becomes an outlet for amusing self-reflection (For example, he turned age 29 a few days after he arrived and comments that his late mother would have liked to have seen him set some resolutions but he thinks it better not to set them and then inevitably break them.)He most passionate entries, not surprisingly, correspond to the most significant events on the time. On the fall of Richmond (April 7 entry), he writes:"Hurrah! Huray!! Huroor!!! Richmond has fallen news just arrived everybody wild with joy Bully for old U S Grant & Abe Bully for everybody 2500 prisoners & 500 pieces of artillery captured, Richmond & Petersburgh in our possession, Lee skedaddling westward & Grant pursuing...him...& his army...to Hell the final home of all traitors..."On receiving the news of Lincoln's assassination (April 16 entry), he laments:"The terrible news of the murder of President Lincoln has just been sent officially over the wires to General Harland & the headquarters. Flag is mournfully floating at half mast in respect to the illustrious dead, the tidings have fallen on the army with sudden & terrible effect we had not dreamed that such a calamity could befall us & we cannot realize that it is so..."O April 19 he announces the end of the war:"Sessation [sic] of Hostilities and Peace soon to be proclaimed from the Potomac to the Rio Grande."And after he learns that the president's assassin is John Wilkes Booth, the actor, he writes that the "Son of a Bitch ...can perform once more on the stage with a rope around his neck."Approximately 138 entries, written in both pen and pencil (the pencil is sometimes light). In addition to the diary there are a about six pages recording purchases made for food and other supplies for the soldiers. Also laid in is an authentic bank note from the Bank of Tennessee for ten cents, dated Nashville December 1st 1861. With prefatory material on astronomy, postage rates, a calendar with moon phases, and taxes and stamp duties.[New Bern NC]: [1865]. Small (approx. 3x6 inches) diary bound in soft black leather with flap enclosure; housed in custom silk box. Tear to top right corner of diary title page; text in excellent condition.A FASCINATING CONTEMPORARY RECORD OF SOME OF THE MOST MOMENTOUS EVENTS OF THE CIVIL WAR. Very Good.

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         Klinisches und Experimentelles zur Lehre von der Trepanation (pp.595-647, 1 lith. Taf. mit 6 Abb.).

      Arch. klin. Chir.,6. - Berlin, Verlag von August Hirschwald 1865, 8, VI, 793 pp., 6 lith. Taf., Einband der Zeit. Erstdruck! - Klassische Arbeit - "Der einzige Weg ... in der Klinik und im Experimente den Verlauf und die Folgen der verschiedenen Schädelverletzungen prüft, und dann versucht, ob die sich herausstellenden Gefahren durch die Trepanation abgewendet werden können.." zit. a.ob. Arb. Hermann Eberhard Fischer (1830-) studierte in Berlin als Zögling der militärärztlichen Bildungsanstalten, war dann als Stabsarzt an der Charité anfangs Assistent von Traube und kam später an die chirurgische Klinik unter Langenbeck, habilitierte sich 1866 als Provatdocent der Chirurgie in Berlin und erhielt 1868 als Nachfolger Middeldorff's die ordentliche Professur der Chirurgie und Direktion der chirurgischen Universitätsklinik in Breslau, wo er 1875 zum Medizinal Rath und Mitglied des Medzinalkollegiums, 1885 zum Geh.Med.-Rat ernannt, bis 1890 tätig war und nach Berlin wieder übrsiedelte. -cf.Pagel, p.511f.

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         Transportation Tycoon Gould Adds Another Railroad To His Vast Collection

      DS. 1pg. 10 ¾” x 4”. April 4, 1865. Troy, New York. A partly printed document signed â€

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         VOYAGE PITTORESQUE EN ITALIE Partie Méridionale et en Sicile. Illustrations de MM. Rouargues Frères. Nouvelle édition revue et corrigée par l’Auteur.

      Paris, Morizot, s.d. (ma 1865). In-8 gr. (mm. 265x170), mz. marocchino coevo, decoraz. e tit. oro al dorso (lievi abras.), risg. damascati, tagli dorati, pp. (4),524, molto ben illustrato da 23 pregevoli tavv. f.t., disegnate e inc. su acciaio dai F.lli Rouargues, di cui: 18 sono vedute delle più pittoresche città dell'Italia Centro-Meridionale e della Sicilia - 5, colorate a mano, raffigurano costumi di Roma e dintorni. Considerate il suo capolavoro, queste "esperienze italiane" rimasero per lungo tempo l'introduzione più aggiornata a un viaggio nella penisola. Cfr. Carteret,III, p. 429 - Fossati Bellani,I,560 e Brunet,VI,20189 citano la prima ediz. del 1855 - Benezit,IX,123/124. Testo fiorito, tavole ben conservate.

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         SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST. AUGUSTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1865

      Augusta, Ga, 1865. Folio broadsheet, approximately 21 3/4 x 14 inches. Previously folded. Light tanning at edges, a few stray ink marks. Very good plus. An exceedingly rare newspaper printing of an early draft of the proposed Georgia state constitution of 1865. This document attempted to fulfill the requirements place on Confederate states by the federal government after the end of the Civil War, including the repeal of secession, the abolition of slavery, and repudiation of war debts. Although this constitution addressed several of the obligations for readmission, the Georgia legislature refused to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment, and the state was placed into Reconstruction and military rule. Only after federal control under Reconstruction was established did an acceptable constitution receive passage in 1868. This supplement to the DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST prints the proposed constitution almost in its entirety on the recto of the broadsheet and the remainder in one half column on the verso. Numerous advertisements fill the rest of the space on the verso. This draft was printed in September, but Georgia's Constitutional Convention was not commenced until the next month in Milledgeville, and the final draft of the document was not adopted until November 6, 1865, just over two months after this printing. As a result, this version of the document exhibits numerous differences from the final one. An enormously rare imprint, we locate only one potential copy, at the American Antiquarian Society.

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         Voyage de Sultan Abd-ul-Aziz de Stamboul au Caire.

      E. Dentu Palais-Royal, Constantinople-Smyrne 1865 - Modern aesthetics full morocco. Demy 8vo. (22 x 14 cm). In French.[xxix], 388 p. The empire headed for Egypt in the second half of the 19th century in the name of Ottoman modernization. On April 3, 1863, Sultan Abdulaziz traveled to Egypt. L. Gardey was one of the sultan's chefs and accompanied him for this voyage. According to Gardey, the reason for this campaign was to be known as an eastern country of Egypt which placed great importance on western modernization. Sultan Abdulaziz wanted to strengthen Egypt's attachment to Istanbul by going to this Ottoman province, which started to become a separate government since Mehmed Ali Pasha's rebellion. This voyage was described by Gardey's brilliant style. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by Gardey as 'A mon ami A. Baltud, drogman, chancelor substitut de l'ambassade de France. Hommage de mes meilleurs sentiments, L. Gardey" to A. Baltus. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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         Collection of Civil War Sheet Music Bound together, including When Sherman Marched Down to the Sea; Lincoln Quick Step; General Grant's Grand March; Rest, Noble Chieftain, Song on the Death of President Lincoln and more (34 pieces)

      Various, 1865, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair Condition. Missing the spine; some wear to the covers; cracked binding; the middle pages coming loose. The pages have some soiling and foxing; a few with tears or chips; several rare pieces included; all original from the Civil War era. Includes E Pluribus Unum: An American National Song by Capt. G.W. Cutter; Shall We Know Each Other There? by Lowry (1862); The Orphan's Prayer by E. Mack (1862); Spring Blossoms for the Piano by J. Bellak (1862); When Sherman Marched Down to the Sea by Byers and Mack (1865); Song of a Thousand Years by Henry C. Work (includes a color title page, 1863); Come Home, Father by Henry Clay Work (1864); Nellie Lost and Found by Henry C. Work; Kind Friends Are Near Her: An Answer to Who Will Care for Mother Now? by Ednor Rossiter and B. Frank Walters (1863); The Wings of a Dove by Mrs. Wood; Serenade March: A Companion to Love Not by J.C. Buckhoven (1849); Rochester Scottish (1857); Coral Beads for Piano: Sweet Home by Ja's Bellak (1861); General Grant's Grand March by Mack (includes title page with a portrait of Grant. The title page says Lieutenant Grant; the first page says General); Wake Nicodemus by Work (1864); General Hancock's Grand March by Sep. Winner (1864, title page with portrait); There's Music in the Air by Geo. F. Root (1857); General Lyons Funeral March by Geo. W. Hewitt (1861, title page with a portrait of the General); Grafted into the Army by Work (1862); Lincoln Quick Step (1860, bound upside, includes the title page with a portrait of Lincoln without his beard); Fading Still Fading; Is There Sorrow in Your Breast by L.M. Thornton and W.T. Wrighton; Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! Prisoner's Hope by Edwin Kelley and Geo. F. Root (1864, missing a corner of one page, large tear to first page); My Angel Boy: I Cannot See Thee Die by H. Brougham and Stephen Foster (1865); Carry Me Back to Tennessee or Ellie Rhee by Sep. Winner (1865); the Prisoner's Release or the Dear Old Flag Has Come by Eastburn (1865); Fairy Bell Polka or Princess Maude by A. Wallerstein; No One to L:ove by N.O. Tivole (1862); The Cruel War Quick Step, introducing the Melody When This Cruel War Is Over by Winner (1862); Thou, Oh! Glorious Queen of Nations by Vincent Minnelli (1863); The Disowned Song by Antonio Arrighi and Minnelli (1863); Kiss My Mother Dear for Me by Linden Parr (1863); The Sweet Opoponax Polonaise Dedicated to the Ladies of the U.S. by E.T. smith and co. (1866); He Doeth All Things Well or My Sisater a Ballad by Woodbury; Tenting on the Old Camp Ground by Walter Kittredge (1864); Rest, Noble Chieftain, Song on the Death of President Lincoln by C. Archer (1865). A color title page that says Music for the Union and has a color American flag on it. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 3-4 Pounds. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Inventory No: 156250.

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         Original Manuscript Diary of Union Army Lieutenant Lowell Nichols

      np, New Bern, NC 1865 - A CIVIL WAR DIARY WITH EXCELLENT CONTENT, COVERING THE FALL OF RICHMOND, LEE'S SURRENDER AND LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION. Lt. Nichols begins his diary in January, 1865, while stationed at New Bern, NC, and his early entries record the basic activities of army life: drills, marching, target practice. His troop, however, is soon sent to scout for, and then fight the Confederate soldiers ("Rebs") under Captain "Greely" [Captain Edwin Seneca Greeley, who rose to become Brevet Brigadier General and post-bellum a prominent financier]. He writes of his encountering and engaging with the enemy, mentioning Sherman on March 19 ("Heavy firing of artillery heard in the direction of Goldsboro, perhaps Sherman is fighting there."). He writes of lighter moments ("strolled about town to see the pretty girls and found lots of them. Should like to garrison the place for the rest of my term of service") and at other times the diary becomes an outlet for amusing self-reflection (For example, he turned age 29 a few days after he arrived and comments that his late mother would have liked to have seen him set some resolutions but he thinks it better not to set them and then inevitably break them.) He most passionate entries, not surprisingly, correspond to the most significant events on the time. On the fall of Richmond (April 7 entry), he writes: "Hurrah! Huray!! Huroor!!! Richmond has fallen news just arrived everybody wild with joy Bully for old U S Grant & Abe Bully for everybody 2500 prisoners & 500 pieces of artillery captured, Richmond & Petersburgh in our possession, Lee skedaddling westward & Grant pursuing.him.& his army.to Hell the final home of all traitors." On receiving the news of Lincoln's assassination (April 16 entry), he laments: "The terrible news of the murder of President Lincoln has just been sent officially over the wires to General Harland & the headquarters. Flag is mournfully floating at half mast in respect to the illustrious dead, the tidings have fallen on the army with sudden & terrible effect we had not dreamed that such a calamity could befall us & we cannot realize that it is so." O April 19 he announces the end of the war: "Sessation [sic] of Hostilities and Peace soon to be proclaimed from the Potomac to the Rio Grande." And after he learns that the president's assassin is John Wilkes Booth, the actor, he writes that the "Son of a Bitch .can perform once more on the stage with a rope around his neck." Approximately 138 entries, written in both pen and pencil (the pencil is sometimes light). In addition to the diary there are a about six pages recording purchases made for food and other supplies for the soldiers. Also laid in is an authentic bank note from the Bank of Tennessee for ten cents, dated Nashville December 1st 1861. With prefatory material on astronomy, postage rates, a calendar with moon phases, and taxes and stamp duties. [New Bern NC]: [1865]. Small (approx. 3x6 inches) diary bound in soft black leather with flap enclosure; housed in custom silk box. Tear to top right corner of diary title page; text in excellent condition. A FASCINATING CONTEMPORARY RECORD OF SOME OF THE MOST MOMENTOUS EVENTS OF THE CIVIL WAR. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Album of Albumen Photographs

      - Twelve albumen photographs, circa 1865-75, each mounted on card with letterpress titles, images 7 x 8 ½ inches (or the reverse), mounts 13 ½ x 12 inches. Contemporary Welsh green half morocco, pebbled cloth, gilt-ruled, gilt-lettered "VIEWS IN CALIFORNIA" on the front cover, smooth spine gilt ruled, binders ticket of B. R. S. Frost of Aberdare, Wales. Light rubbing to joints. Provenance: inscription on front free endpaper: "Daniel Rees / from his brother William / November 14th 1876.". A superb series of images from the early period of photography in the Yosemite Valley. The images bear striking resemblance to many taken by Eadward Muybrdge, but lack attribution. Muybridge, along with photographers Carleton Watkins and Charles Weed (who may also be responsible for these images), did much to expand the wider appreciation for the natural beauty of Yosemite and its spectacular geology. The subjects here are quintessential of the Valley, and represent its grandeur from tree to rock, and from water to sky. This album clearly was prepared for special presentation given the nature of its binding and the hand letterpress captioning on the mounts. Its Welsh binding and presentation inscription may again point to the British-artist Muybridge, who visited Yosemite in 1867 and 1872. The subjects comprise: 1) Three Brothers (some spotting to mount) 2) Bridal Veil Fall 3) Nevada Fall 4) Grizzly Giant 5) Clouds' Rest 6) Yo-semite Falls 7) North and South Dome from Glacier Point (silvering to dark areas of image) 8) Mirror Lake 9) Yo-Semite Falls From Glacier Point 10) El Capitan 11) Vernal Fall 12) Yo-semite Valley from Inspiration Point. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Ludwig van Beethoven's Werke Band 1-3 Vollständige, kritisch durchgesehene, überall berechtigte Ausgabe mit Genehmigung aller Originalverleger 3 Bände

      Leipzig, Verlag von Breitkopf & Härtel, ca. 1865 - Noten, in lithographischem Umdruck Folio. Leinen, goldgeprägt, Ecken bestoßen, 2 Bände ohne Rücken (aber noch fest), 1 Bd. mit sprödem Rücken, wenige Flecken, innen meist gut, restaurationsbedürftige Einbände, insges. gut brauchbar Band 1: No. 9 D moll Op. 125 // Symphonien für grosses Orchester No. 1-4 (C dur Op. 21, D dur Op. 36, Es dur Op. 55, B dur Op. 60 (46, 64, 96, 82 S.) (PN = B 1, 2, 3, 4) /// Band 2: No. 9 D moll Op. 125 // Symphonien für grosses Orchester No. 5-8 (C moll Op. 67, F dur Op. 68, A dur Op. 92, F dur Op. 93 (100, 86, 92, 66 S.) (PN = B 5, 6, 7, 8) /// Band 3: D moll Op. 125 // Neunte Symphonie mit Schlusschor über Schiller`s Ode an die Freude (Serie 1 No. 9) (PN = B 9) (276 S.) ---------- Vollständige Ausgabe der 1. Serie Band 1-3 der Werkausgabe [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Mitchell's New General Atlas.

      Philadelphia, Pa.: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1865.(). Containing maps of the various countries of the World, plans of cities, etc. Embraced in fifty-five quarto maps...forming a series of eighty-seven maps and plans together with valuable statistical tables.

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         Bau-Anlagen der Köln-Giessener Eisenbahn und der Zweigbahn von Betzdorf nach Siegen.

      Ohne Ort und Verlag 1865. Halbleder der Zeit. mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel. Gr.-Fol. 63 S. Mit gestoch. Titel und 48 Stahlstichtafeln (7 doppelblattgr., 1 gefalt., 1 altkolor.). Die Tafeln nummeriert von 1 bis 45 (darunter 24a und 24b) sowie 2 nicht nummerierte Tafeln. - Äussert seltene, aufwendig und detailreich illustrierte Dokumentation zum Bau der Bahnstrecke und ihrer gesamten Anlagen (Bahnhofe, Tunnel, Brucken etc.), hergestellt im Auftrag der Köln-Mindener Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft durch den Siegener Landschaftsmaler und Graphiker Jakob Scheiner (1820-1911). - In unserem Exemplar zwei weitere unnumerierte Tafeln eingebunden: \"Geognostische Profile des Tunnels bei Niederschelden\" (mit kolorierten Profilschnitten) und \"Ausmauerung des Tunnels bei Hoppengarten\". Diese werden in den Bibliothekskatalogen und in den KVK-Einträgen nicht erwähnt. Die gefaltete Tafel mit einer Karte des Streckenverlaufs sowie einem Hohenprofil (Falze mit Lwd. hinterlegt). - leicht gebräunt, Rücken fehlt, Einband berieben und bestoßen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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         The Battle between the Minamoto and Taira clans at Yajima [1185]

      Edo, Japan, 1865. Title: The battle between the Minamoto and Taira clans at Yajima [1185]. Artist: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-92). Signed: Ikkaisai Yoshitoshi ga. Note that early on Yoshitoshi took the secondary "studio" name Ikkaisai and that 1865 was the last year when he used that studio name on a regular basis, although he used it occasionally after 1865. Date: date seal Kei-o 1(1865) and publisher cartouche. By 1865 Yoshitoshi was ranked tenth most popular Ukiyo-e artist in the Edo Almanac (Edo Saiseiki). Size: HxW 14.25 x 19.5 inches. Oban tate-e. Unframed Japanese woodblock diptych set, two sheets (the middle and right panels), originally from a triptych of three sheets. The two sheets gently glued together along the shared border. Condition: Very Good. Strong impression with the blocks apparently little worn. Almost no wrinkles or soiling or fading. No holes observed. Margins are trimmed. Unbacked. Two tape remnants to the back of the center sheet. Comments: Presumed early state of early printing. Bright aniline dye colors include purple, reddish-orange, pink, green, deep blue, sea-foam blue, medium brown, and light yellow. Masterful with regard to composition, color and dramatic intensity. Compare this 1865 print to the artist's debut print of 1853, when the artist was 14, a triptych titled, Bunji Gannen Heiki no Ichimon Horobi Kaichu ni Ochiiru Zu. (In 1185 the Heiki Clan sank to their doom in the sea.) See pp. 28-29 of Yoshitoshi: the Splendid Decadent, by Shinichi Segi. Even the debut print, while by definition immature, shows Yoshitoshi's "characteristically painstaking concern with detail and overall composition." The Taira fleet was ambushed at Yajima by Minamoto Yoshitsune and was completely destroyed. This was the famous naval battle of Dannoura of 1185 on the Inland Sea. Interestingly, the late 12th century has been shown (by dendrochronology) to have been one of the hottest and driest periods in the history of Japan. This weather meant very bad crops, which meant severe famines, which in turn meant increased social strife and warfare.. Signed by Illustrator. Presumed First Edition. Very Good. Illus. by Yoshitoshi. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Fine Art Print.

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         Bau-Anlagen der Köln-Giessener Eisenbahn und der Zweigbahn von Betzdorf nach Siegen.

      Ohne Ort und Verlag 1865 - Halbleder der Zeit. mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel. Gr.-Fol. 63 S. Mit gestoch. Titel und 48 Stahlstichtafeln (7 doppelblattgr., 1 gefalt., 1 altkolor.). Die Tafeln nummeriert von 1 bis 45 (darunter 24a und 24b) sowie 2 nicht nummerierte Tafeln. - Äussert seltene, aufwendig und detailreich illustrierte Dokumentation zum Bau der Bahnstrecke und ihrer gesamten Anlagen (Bahnhofe, Tunnel, Brucken etc.), hergestellt im Auftrag der Köln-Mindener Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft durch den Siegener Landschaftsmaler und Graphiker Jakob Scheiner (1820-1911). - In unserem Exemplar zwei weitere unnumerierte Tafeln eingebunden: "Geognostische Profile des Tunnels bei Niederschelden" (mit kolorierten Profilschnitten) und "Ausmauerung des Tunnels bei Hoppengarten". Diese werden in den Bibliothekskatalogen und in den KVK-Einträgen nicht erwähnt. Die gefaltete Tafel mit einer Karte des Streckenverlaufs sowie einem Hohenprofil (Falze mit Lwd. hinterlegt). - leicht gebräunt, Rücken fehlt, Einband berieben und bestoßen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         OFFERTA* Dizionario della lingua italiana. 8 tomi. Tommaseo/Bellini. 1865-1879

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         Original photograph of Florence "Flo" Maude Terry.

      London: Kentish Town, Caversham Rd., July 17, 1865. - AN UNRECORDED PHOTOGRAPH BY DODGSON. Original photograph trimmed to an oval measuring 10 x 7.5 cm, mounted to a piece of card stock, verso of card stock with a contemporary inscription which reads "Flossey Terry July 1865.", housed in a contemporary victorian black wooden frame, image slightly faded but still sharp. According to the catalogue raisonne of Dodgson's photographs by Edward Wakeling there are 2 similar images of Florence numbered 1351 and 1353. This image seams clearly to be the missing image #1352. This visit is well documented by Dodgson. His diary entry reads "At Terrys, took Flo as 'Cinderella," and one or two others."

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         Binding, Fine- Riviere] Atalanta in Calydon. A Tragedy.

      Edward Moxon & Co., London 1865 - Small 4to.Exquisitely bound in Turn of Century binding by Riviere & Son in full crimson crushed morocco with an ornate and pleasing Arts & Crafts style all-over gilt design comprising curving gilt decoration of flowers and leaves and dots, the spine with gilt dot decorated raised bands, the compartments panelled, lettered, the remaining four compartments fully and finely decorated with flowers, leaves and dots, a gorgeous design.Neatly rebacked in closely matching leather, only the left-hand side of the top of the spine chipped; the spine a little darkened, new inner hinges; some slight damage to endpapers; else a near fine copy. Even with faults noted,a truly wonderful Arts and Crafts binding by one of the leading bookbinders of the period. Ink stamp of Helen Ladd Corbbet, one of the wealthiest and most influential families in Oregon.

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         Abraham Lincoln

      April 25, 1865.

Long strip of black crepe worn by Admiral C.H. Eldredge when he was a Guard of Honor from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, 1865 at City Hall when Lincoln lay in state. Amazing piece of history. Excellent provenance includes Eldredge's assignment to the guard detail in New York, dated April 25, 1865, an accompanying envelope, and a document dated 1951, describing the "Crape worn as morning band by Adm. C. H. Eldredge (sic)...".


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         International Relations with Brazil. Proceedings on the Reception of H.E. Senhor d'Azambuja, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from Brazil, by the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New-York, November 2d, 1865, with Remarks of . . . on the Mail Communication between the United States and Brazil.

      New York, John W. Amerman, 1865. - 8°, original beige printed wrappers. In fine condition. 15 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION? Besides Fletcher's remarks, includes comments by the Brazilian ambassador and letters from the Brazilian government discussing a line of mail steamers to operate between Brazil and the United States.*** Not in Borba de Moraes, Rodrigues or Sabin. Not located in AAS online catalogue. Not in Hollis. Not in Orbis. Not in Melvyl. NUC: DLC. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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         HISTORY OF THE 11th WISCONSIN VETERAN VOL. INF. GIVING A RELIABLE ACCOUNT OF ITS MARCHES, HARDSHIPS AND BATTLES. FROM ITS ORGANIZATION TO OCTOBER 1864

      New Orleans: James J. McMyler, 1865. [3]-32,[5]-61,[2]pp. Later cloth backstrip. Titlepage toned and slightly worn, ink stain to bottom corner of first half of text, minor dampstaining to last handful of leaves. Good. An extremely rare regimental detailing the history of the 11th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment, including the battles of Port Gibson, Big Black River, Jackson, and Vicksburg, among others. Perhaps most importantly, the regiment served west of the Mississippi in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. The regiment served in Arkansas from March 1862 to March 1863, took part in the Vicksburg campaigns during the spring and summer, and then in Louisiana in the fall. In late November 1863 the regiment was transported by steamship to Point Isabel, Texas. For the next three months they fought in difficult campaigns on the Texas coast before returning to New Orleans in late February 1864. They then returned to hard campaigning in western Louisiana until they had completed their three year enlistment terms in late September 1864. Also included are lists of the officers, privates, transfers, discharges, and deaths of the regiment, from Companies A through K. Eberstadt called this work "very scarce" in 1965; OCLC concurs, with only five copies in institutions. SABIN 43588. EBERSTADT 167-113. DORNBUSH, WISCONSIN 110.

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         Our Mutual Friend (In Two Volumes, First Issue)

      Chapman And Hall, London 1865 - Xi, 320; Viii, 309 Including Three Page Postscript, Lacking Half Titles. First Issue With "Principle" Mis-Spelled As "Pricipal" On P. 115. Half Red Morocco, Five Bands, Elaborate Gilt To All Compartments, Gilt Rules And Turns; Marbled Paper Covered Boards, Matching Marbled Endpapers And Matching Marbled Edges. Near Fine, Slight Signs Of Use, Small And Light Foxing Spots To Plates. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Choice Fruit.

      New York: Currier & Ives, 1865.(). Hand-colored lithograph on a heavy wove rag paper. 1.5 inch marginal tear within 6 inch margin.20.5 x x 25.75 inches. paper. Image is 13.74 x 14.25 Gale, 1144.

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         Voigtländer`s Album des Nahe Thales. Nach Original Aufnahmen v. G.u.F. Wiefsner. In Stahl gestochen v. Carl Mayer`s Kunstanstalt in Nürnberg.

      Kreuznach/R. Voigtländer., ca. 1865. - 20 Bl., unpag., mit 20 Original Stahlstichen. Sehr seltenes Werk mit 20 Stahlstichen (17x11 cm), welche das Nahetal um 1860 darstellen: Die Schlossruinen von Oberstein, die Nahemündung, Kreuznach, das Salinenthal bei Kreuznach, Bad Münster und der Rheingrafenstein, die Ebernburg, der Rothenfels, Schloss Böckelheim, Ruinen vom Kloster Disibodenberg, Schloss Dhaun, die Johanniskirche und der Hellberg, Kirn mit der Kyrburg, Stein-Callenfels, der gefallene Fels mit Tunnel, Oberstein, die Hammersteiner Klipp` mit dem Tunnel, der Clausfels, die Frauenburg, an der Mausenmühle und St. Wendel. Bemerkenswert ist, dass 10 Stahlstiche Streckenabschnitte der zwischen 1856 und 1860 in Betrieb genommenen Nahetalbahn abbilden.-Der Einband ist bestoßen und fleckig. Die einzelnen Seiten sind vor allem an den Rändern fleckig. Mit Ausnahme des Titelblattes wurde das zwischen den Seiten befindliche Seidenpapier entfernt. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 570 Querformat, 25x33 cm, Halbleinen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST. AUGUSTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1865.

      Augusta, Ga. September 3, 1865. - Folio broadsheet, approximately 21 3/4 x 14 inches. Previously folded. Light tanning at edges, a few stray ink marks. Very good plus. An exceedingly rare newspaper printing of an early draft of the proposed Georgia state constitution of 1865. This document attempted to fulfill the requirements place on Confederate states by the federal government after the end of the Civil War, including the repeal of secession, the abolition of slavery, and repudiation of war debts. Although this constitution addressed several of the obligations for readmission, the Georgia legislature refused to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment, and the state was placed into Reconstruction and military rule. Only after federal control under Reconstruction was established did an acceptable constitution receive passage in 1868. This supplement to the DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST prints the proposed constitution almost in its entirety on the recto of the broadsheet and the remainder in one half column on the verso. Numerous advertisements fill the rest of the space on the verso. This draft was printed in September, but Georgia's Constitutional Convention was not commenced until the next month in Milledgeville, and the final draft of the document was not adopted until November 6, 1865, just over two months after this printing. As a result, this version of the document exhibits numerous differences from the final one. An enormously rare imprint, we locate only one potential copy, at the American Antiquarian Society.

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         ESSAI sur les MONNAIES du COMTÈ de BOURGOGNE , Depuis l'Epoque GAULOISE jusqu'à la Réunion de la Franche-Comté à la FRANCE , sous LOUIS XIV

      - Paris . Aug. Aubry / Dijon . Lamarche , Libraire . 1865 . Un grand volume in-4 , 23 x 29,5 cm , reliure demi percaline , titre or , de VI , 288 pages , suivi de 15 planches lithographiées ( 186 monnaies rect-verso représentées . Infime marque en bas des premieres pages , coiffé réparée avec une pice de cuir ( photo ) , sinon excellent état . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Narrative of an expedition to the Zambesi and its tributaries; and of the discovery of the lakes Shirwa and Nyassa 1858-1864.

      London Murray 1865 - First edition. 8vo., xiv, [i], 608pp., folding frontispiece, large folding map (at the end), 12 full-page plates (5 by Thomas Baines), 23 illustrations in the text, contemporary polished calf gilt by Zaehnsdorf, panelled spine in six compartments, green morocco label to second, others tooled in gilt, raised bands, a fine copy. Livingstone's second book describes his expedition to expose the Portuguese slave traders and to find a way to establish a settlement for missions and commerce near the head of the Rovuma. Mendelssohn I, 915. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         NARRATIVE OF AN EXPEDITION TO THE ZAMBESI AND ITS TRIBUTARIES; AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE LAKES SHIRWA AND NYASSA, 1858-1864

      London John Murray 1865 - First edition. Profusely illustrated with fine cuts throughout, many full page, and one folding of the Falls at Zambesi at the front, large folding map at rear. Thick 8vo, in an attractive period-style binding of full crushed morocco, boards ruled in gilt, the spine with gilt tooled raised bands creating gilt framed compartments, four with central gilt tool and two others gilt lettered, additional gilt lettering at the tail, t.e.g. The original cloth spine panel and upper cover with gilt vignette have been preserved and bound in the rear. xiv, 608 pp. A very handsome and well preserved copy, as fine, internally very clean and fresh, the map in good order and the binding as pristine. SCARCE FIRST EDITION. "Dr. David Livingstone, the Scottish medical missionary, is known to history as the greatest explorer of his age and a dedicated humanitarian who devoted his life to the eradication of the African slave trade. He was a national hero to his contemporaries and time has confirmed his reputation as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, of the eminent Victorians, both in his achievement and in his influence." This is the scarce account of Livingstone's second expedition. "Other explorers we have had whose fame rose as high, but it lasted only for a few years. The influences of Dr. Livingstone's life-work, on the other hand, are so far- reaching that his fame is above the passing feelings of the time." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         THE ASSASSINATION AND DEATH OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AT WASHINGTON, ON THE 14th OF APRIL, 1865

      New York: American News Company, 1865. 12pp. Self wrappers, stitched. Spine splitting, light chipping at edges. Light tanning. About very good. According to MIDLAND NOTES, this is the "first separately published account of the assassination." Each leaf is edged in black to represent mourning. The text covers events of the evening of the 14th of April and through the morning of the 15th, including the events at Ford's Theatre and the attack on Secretary Seward. It was probably printed within a few days of Lincoln's death, certainly prior to the capture of any of those connected with the plot. "Employs the garbled and conflicting deathbed dispatches, and possibly their earliest appearance in pamphlet form" - Eberstadt. FISH 3. MONAGHAN 372. McDADE 607. MIDLAND NOTES 4:1. EBERSTADT 165:451.

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         Wit and Wisdom from West Africa; or, a book of proverbial philosophy, idioms, enigmas, and laconisms.

      London: Tinsley Brothers 1865 - First edition. 8vo., xxxi, 455pp., original red blindstamped cloth gilt, small split at head of upper joint, lightly rubbed, a very good copy of a scarce book. A compilation of material which had previously only existed in oral form, comprising proverbs from Wolof, Kamuri, Oji, Ga Yoruba, Efik and Fan traditions, along with other colloquialisms and idioms. Penzer p75; Casada 71. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Waverley Novels Complete 48 Volume Set

      Edinburgh: Cadell and Company. London: Simpkin and Marshall 1865 - Cadell and Company and Simpkin and Marshall, Edinburgh and London, 1829 – 1833. Mixed edition with Vols 39, 40, 43 and 47 by A and C Black, Edinburgh. Contemporary uniform half morocco leather, raised bands, spines in five panels, title in gilt to second panel, with volume number to third panel, the remaining panels decorated in gilt, bands gilt hatched, covers with marbled boards, all edges marbled. Externally slightly rubbed to extremities, one or two corners slightly bumped, a few covers with minor abrasions and slight discolouring. Internally the frontispieces and titles are foxed, occasional spots of foxing to text, but generally quite bright and clean. The front inner joint of volumes twenty-two and thirty-nine are slightly cracked and a little weak. Each volume with an engraved frontispiece and engraved title, and a folding Ground Plan of Kenilworth Castle to the rear of volume twenty-three. An attractive set of Scott's novels.   Condition Report Externally Spine – very good condition – gilt titles and decoration to the spine, minor abrasions. Joints – very good condition – solid, volume 1 is showing small signs of cracking at the rear joint, all others perfect. Corners – very good condition – minor wear. Boards – very good condition – marbled, minor wear. Page edges – very good condition – marbled. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – good condition – it feels like the books have never been opened, stiff. Paste downs – very good condition – marbled. End papers – good condition – wedding gift inscription. Title – good condition – foxed and offset from the frontispiece. Pages – good condition – some foxing, minor signs of damp stains to the margins of vols 26, 31 and 35. Binding – very good condition. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1829-33 Binding: Hardback [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST. AUGUSTA, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1865

      Augusta, Ga, 1865. Folio broadsheet, approximately 21 3/4 x 14 inches. Previously folded. Light tanning at edges, a few stray ink marks. Very good plus. An exceedingly rare newspaper printing of an early draft of the proposed Georgia state constitution of 1865. This document attempted to fulfill the requirements place on Confederate states by the federal government after the end of the Civil War, including the repeal of secession, the abolition of slavery, and repudiation of war debts. Although this constitution addressed several of the obligations for readmission, the Georgia legislature refused to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment, and the state was placed into Reconstruction and military rule. Only after federal control under Reconstruction was established did an acceptable constitution receive passage in 1868. This supplement to the DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST prints the proposed constitution almost in its entirety on the recto of the broadsheet and the remainder in one half column on the verso. Numerous advertisements fill the rest of the space on the verso. This draft was printed in September, but Georgia's Constitutional Convention was not commenced until the next month in Milledgeville, and the final draft of the document was not adopted until November 6, 1865, just over two months after this printing. As a result, this version of the document exhibits numerous differences from the final one. An enormously rare imprint, we locate only one potential copy, at the American Antiquarian Society.

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         Our Mutual Friend (In Two Volumes, First Issue)

      London: Chapman And Hall, 1865. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Good. Illustrations Throughout By Marcus Stone, Engraved By Dalziell Etc.. Xi, 320; Viii, 309 Including Three Page Postscript, Lacking Half Titles. First Issue With "Principle" Mis-Spelled As "Pricipal" On P. 115. Half Red Morocco, Five Bands, Elaborate Gilt To All Compartments, Gilt Rules And Turns; Marbled Paper Covered Boards, Matching Marbled Endpapers And Matching Marbled Edges. Near Fine, Slight Signs Of Use, Small And Light Foxing Spots To Plates.

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         Bulwer`s Novels, 12 Bände, Halbleder-Ausgabe (12 Volume Set in Half Calf).

      London, George Routledge and Sons, o. J. (um 1865). Braune Original-Halblederbände (contemporary half calf) mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln auf rotem und grünem Rückenschild sowie reicher goldgeprägter Ornamentik; Buchdeckel mit bunten Marmorbezügen und großen Lederecken; Vorsätze ebenfalls mit Buntpapierbeschlägen; sehr schöner dreiseitiger Pfauenbuchschnitt. Vol. I: Pelham; or, Adventures of a Gentleman / Eugene Aram. A Tale. Vol. II: The Disowned / Devereux. Vol. III: The Last oft he Barons. Vol. IV: What will he do with it? By Pisistratus Caxton (2 vols). Vol. V: Lucretia; or, The Children of Night / The Caxtons: A Family Picture. Vol. VI: Leila; or, The Siege of Granada. And Calderon, the Courtier / A Strange Story; and the Hauted and the Hauntiers. Vol. VII: Ernest Maltravers (two parts). Vol. VIII: Rienzi, the Last of the Roman Tribunes / Paul Clifford. Vol. IX: Zanoni / Harold, the Last oft he Saxon Kings. Vol. X: Night and Morning / The Pilgrims oft he Rhine. Vol. XI: The Last Days of Pompeii / Godolphin. Vol. XII: \"My Novel,\" by Pisistratus Caxton or, Varieties in English Life. Alle Novellen mit ganzseitiger Illustration als Frontispiz (all novels with full-page frontispiece). Alle Bände in sehr gutem Zustand; allenfalls Deckelpapier partiell minimal berieben. Sehr schönes, frisches Exemplar dieser bibliophilen, prachtvoll gestalteten Ausgabe; Seiten sauber und fleckenfrei. Very nice, fresh copy of this bibliophile edition; pages clean and free of stains. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Further photos on the homepage of the antiquarian bookstore (please enter there the article number in the search box). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Bulwer Novellen novels Werke Werkausgabe works

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         La Vie des Steppes Kirghizes: Descriptions, Recits & Contes

      1865 - First edition. 21 etched plates and supplementary title page etched by Beilet and Forestier after drawings by Zaleski. All plates with protective tissue, some with very faint marginal browning or foxing. Oblong small folio. Contemporary quarter red morocco with red cloth-covered boards, gilt lettering to front board; minor wear to extremities, boards worn and slightly faded, a few dark stains to front board. A very good copy internally. (ii), 67pp. Paris, J. -B. Vasseur, Zaleski (1819-1880) was a Polish painter who lived in Orenburg, from where he spent just under a decade travelling through part of the vast Kazakh Steppe. His drawings, beautifully reproduced here as etchings, show scenes in Kyrgyzstan and what are now areas of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Each plate is preceded by a lively descriptive passage on the landscape, architecture or people depicted in the image. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Soldier's Letters, from Camp, Batle-Field and Prison (UNION GENERAL W.B. FRANKLIN'S PERSONAL COPY WITH HIS OWNERSHIP SIGNATURE AND DATED JULY, 1865)

      New York: Bunce & Huntington, 1865. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/None issued. First edition. 472 pps. with engraved first title page.Union blue cloth with spine lettering gilt, vintage but presumed not contemporary with the book. Published in the closing days of the Civil War, this collection of extracts from letters and diaries of soldiers, officers and leaders, gleaned mostly from manuscript material not previously published. The book was produced on behalf, and for the benefit, of the U.S. Sanitary Commission. General Franklin's personal copy with his signature and inscription in ink on the second blank, "W.B. Franklin/ July 1865/ York/ Penna.". There is a further notation in pencil on the front free endpaper, "George Small Franklin/ Gen'l Franklin's library/ 1903-". There are also two sections where pencil annotations appear though it is unclear as to whether these are in General Franklin's hand or that of his ancestor. A folded 1862 newspaper clipping (about a Revolutionary War figure) is affixed to the third front blank. A tight copy, with a narrow crescent-shaped stain to the upper outer top corners of the first several leaves in including the titles, gradually diminishing to about p. 90. William Buel Franklin (1823-1903), a native of York, Pa., rose to the rank of Major General and served in command positions in several key engagements. He was wounded in action and also taken prisoner in July, 1864 but escaped the following day. His injuries effectively ended his active military career; after the war he served in a senior management role in the Colt Firearms company and later a U.S. Commissioner- General for the Paris Exposition of 1888.

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         Our regiment. A history of the 102d Illinois infantry volunteers with sketches of the Atlanta campaign, the Georgia raid, and the campaign of the Carolinas.

      Brewster & Hanscom, Printers, Chicago 1865 - First edition, sm 8vo., pp. 192, xxiv; endpapers slightly foxed, previous owner's signature in pencil on front free endpaper; gilt star stamped on upper cover, blindstamping on both covers, spine faded, spine extremities slightly chipped, else a very good copy. Union regimental history with accounts of Sherman's Georgia and Carolina campaigns. Pre-Chicago fire imprint. Chicago Ante-fire Imprints 931, Sabin 24691. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        Derrick and Drill, Or an Insight into the Discovery, Development, and Present Condition and Future Prospects of Petroleum, in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, &c

      James Miller, New York 1865 - First edition, 1865, hardcover with embossed black cloth boards, octavo, 277pp., illustrated with fold out map of the oil region of Pennsylvania, otherwise not illustrated. Book VG with spine ends worn away, cloth at corners split, mild sun to spine, rubbing and faint soil, binding tight, price in ink to front flyleaf that bleeds onto surrounding paper, text shows mild foxing and dampstain to bottom edge throughout text block. No DJ, but now in archival wrap. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA]
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