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        OUR MUTUAL FRIEND.

      Published by John Bradburn (Successor to M. Doolady),, New York: 1865 - Frontis in each volume + 14 inserted plates (v1: 6; v2: 3; v3: 3; v4: 2). Bit of shelfwear, with board just showing to lower tips. Chipping to cloth at spine ends. Volumes joint cloth just starting top & bottom 1". Penciled pos to preliminary blank. Paper lightly toned, occasional light spotting/foxing. Withal, a respectable Very Good set of this rare US edition. Original publisher's brown cloth binding, with gilt stamped spine lettering & graphic, and boards stamped in blind. Pale peach colored eps. "D. S. Pillsbury" ticket to each front paste-down. 12mo. 7-3/8" x 4-7/8". 1st US book edition, 2nd issue (Edgar & Vail, p. 29n [stating 'not seen']; Gimbel A153; Smith 14, p. 408). Not in VanderPoel, nor Wilkins. 4 volumes in 2 (317, [1 (blank)]; 314; 314; 294 pp). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Freiburger Diöcesan-Archiv (Freiburger Diözesan-Archiv): Organ des kirchlich-historischen (kirchlichgeschichtlichen) Vereins der Erzdiöcese Freiburg für Geschichte, Alterthumskunde und christliche Kunst, mit Berücksichtigung der angrenzenden Bisthümer (KONVOLUT aus 101 Bänden) - Bd. 1 (1865) bis Bd. 104 (1984) - ES FEHLEN DIE BÄNDE: 6 (1871/ 72); 27 (1899); 76 (1956)! Mit Register für Bd. 1 - 27!

      Herder;. Gebundene Ausgabe. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt; Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 101 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Das Bild zeigt nur einen Teil der hier angebotenen Bände!

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        Atalanta in Calydon

      London: Moxon, 1865. First edition. Original smooth beige buckram with circular git designs on front cover by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. P. 85/86 with cancel as called for. xii for xiv on preliminary page. Slight wear, corners bumped, else very good, tight copy of a scarce Swinburne title.

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        Cape Cod

      Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865 First edition, first printing, with the publisher's December 1864 catalog at the rear of the text, in BAL's A binding. One of 1,650 copies. Publisher's green Z cloth, boards decoratively ruled and with wreath illustration in blind, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, brown coated endpapers. Fine, with a slight lean, secure binding, former owner's 1865 pencil inscription to the front free endpaper and pencil signature title page, otherwise bright and fresh pages. Overall, an extremely pleasing copy, free of any repairs or restoration. Rare in such excellent condition. BAL 20113 Cape Cod is a posthumously published collection of Thoreau's writings inspired by his numerous visits to Cape Cod from 1849-1857. Specifically, it includes "The Shipwreck," "Stage-Coach Views," "The Plains of Nauset," "The Beach," "The Wellfleet Oysterman," "The Beach Again," "Across the Cape," "The Highland Light," "The Sea and the Desert," and "Provincetown." Thoreau explains that he was "accustomed to make excursions to the ponds within ten miles of Concord," but chose to "extend his excursions to the sea-shore" of Cape Cod because he was "wishing to get a better view that [he] had yet had of the ocean, which, we are told, covers more than two thirds of the globe, but of which a man who lives a few miles inland may never see any trace, more than of another world." Cape Cod, which is considered one of the author's happiest texts, Thoreau applies his keen sense of observation and affinity for nature to the people and scenery of the Massachusetts's landscape.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        The Rules for Playing the Popular Game, Bésique. TOGETHER WITH AN ELABORATE CASED SET OF FOUR PACKS OF BÉSIQUE CARDS AND MARKERS

      London: Joseph Reynolds & Sons, [Ca. 1865] - Accompanying the instruction booklet is an elaborate boxed set of four packs of bésique cards, each accompanied by a movable dial-type marker/scorer, the whole set into separate compartments in a purple moire silk-lined gilt bronze-trimmed box of a honey-colored exotic wood. The box cover is a trifle warped, and there are minor signs of wear here and there, but the overall condition is fine, and the packs are complete. An unusual and attractive item.and a useable one! Your deal! (CARDS) 32mo. 10 pp. Original yellow printed wrappers, foxed with a little cover wear [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        [MANUSCRIPT LETTER, SIGNED BY GEN. P.G.T. BEAUREGARD TO GEN. ROBERT E. LEE, GIVING A BLEAK ASSESSMENT OF THE CONDITION OF CONFEDERATE FORCES, AND PREPARING FOR THE COMING ATTACK ON MOBILE, ALABAMA. WITH LEE'S AUTOGRAPH RESPONSE OF 100 WORDS ON THE FOURTH PAGE, WRITTEN IN HIS OWN HAND AND SIGNED BY HIM]

      Charlotte, N.C. & Petersburg, Va. March 9 & March 15, 1865.. [4]pp. manuscript letter from Beauregard to Lee in a secretarial hand, signed by Beauregard on the fourth page. With Lee's autograph response and signature on the fourth page as well. Two old horizontal folds, with neat splits along the folds which have been expertly mended. Small tear in lower foredge of both leaves, affecting five words of text, also expertly repaired. Paper tanned and with some moderate staining. Encased in plexi. An outstanding letter to General Robert E. Lee, with Lee's decisive reply written in his own hand and signed by him on the fourth page. This letter was sent to Lee at his headquarters in Petersburg, Virginia, from Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard at Charlotte, North Carolina, and explains in stark terms the desperate condition and lack of funds of the Confederate Army a month before Lee's surrender at Appomattox. Lee responds that he will contact the Secretary of War to seek much needed funds, and also gives further orders regarding Confederate preparations for the coming assault on Mobile, Alabama. Beauregard's letter is written in a secretarial hand and is signed by him on the fourth page, just above Lee's autograph reply and signature. Beauregard writes that the Army is in dire need of money in order to pay the troops, as well as the railroads and steamboats they have been using for transportation. He goes to state that the failure to pay the troops is making them demoralized and hard to control. Beauregard also relays the instructions he has given to Gen. Richard Taylor, who, along with Nathan Bedford Forrest, was preparing to fight Union forces in Alabama. By this point in the war the Confederacy was in a heavily defensive position, with Sherman marching north through the Carolinas, the line of the James at Petersburg and Richmond under threat, and a Union attack on Mobile expected. Beauregard writes: "General Taylor reports from Meridian on the 14th ulto. that one of the greatest causes of difficulty in his department is the want of money necessary to defray its current expenses. The arrearages on the part of the Government to Rail Roads, Steam Boats and Troops, for services already rendered & to citizens for produce &c long since delivered, have made them lose all faith in the promises of Government officials and loath to sell to or make a fight for the Government. The failure to furnish promptly the necessary funds, to pay the Troops, has made them dissatisfied demoralized and exceedingly difficult to control." Beauregard writes that Taylor says that unless measures are adopted "to correct the evil effects it has produced, that all military operations in his Department must stop." Beauregard then reports Taylor's views on the Union Army's next moves: "He states that the enemy continues to concentrate on the lower Mississippi and is evidently about ready to move. He thinks Mobile will be the objective point. The enemy will probably have sufficient force to invest that place and General Taylor is now making every effort to put a sufficient quantity of supplies there, to enable the Garrison - which, with recent additions made to it, is sufficient to man the works - to hold out until operations in Carolina will permit the Army to return to its relief and raise the Siege. This hope is, I think no longer to be entertained." Beauregard tells Lee that he has instructed Taylor "that the main roads leading, from Tennessee River, into Alabama, be obstructed and sufficient garrisons be placed at Selma and to the other more important points, to protect them from mere Cavalry Raids. The small force at his disposal, will not permit him, however, to hope to defend those points against any attacks more formidable than Cavalry Raids." Beauregard closes by writing Lee that "Gen'l. Taylor states that Maj. General Forrest is actively engaged in collecting and reorganizing the Cavalry, which is much scattered and of course reduced after its [?] campaign." After a string of important successes, Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest's forces would finally be overwhelmed at Selma a few weeks after Beauregard wrote this letter to Lee. Lee's autograph response and signature are written on the lower two- thirds of the final page of the letter, below Beauregard's signature. Lee's dates his message 11am on March 15, 1865, and writes: "Reply submitted to the Honble. Sec. of War, in the hopes that something may be done to relieve G. Taylor's financial embarrassments. I see no prospect of the garrison in Mobile, provided that place is [?] being relieved by the Army of Tennessee & have advised against that course. I have recommended that Genl. Taylor unite his troops & keep an army in the field sufficient to cope with the enemy & fight him in detail. I think any other course will ensure the capture of his troops. I hope this plan will meet with the approbation of the Dept. R.E. Lee Gen'l." The Union Army mounted its attack on the important port of Mobile on March 25th and took control of the city on April 2nd, a day before Union forces occupied Richmond and Petersburg, Virginia. An important communication between one of his leading generals and Robert E. Lee in the waning days of the Confederacy, with a significant note written and signed by him, accompanying a dire report on the prospects of Confederate forces.

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        1865 CAPE COD HENRY DAVID THOREAU 1ST EDITION 1ST ISSUE MASSACHUSETTS WALDEN NATUCKET $$$

      Boston, Ticknor and Fields 1865 - CAPE COD 1865; Henry David Thoreau; First Edition, First Issue; Boston, Ticknor and Fields; 252 Pages, 24 of Ads Dated Dec. 1864; w4.8"xh7.4"; Very Rare!!! One of Only 2,000 Copies Printed!!! ATTRIBUTES: A Charming, sleek original beaded brown cloth cover design with stamped borders, pretty gold binding, brown end pages and a Great Travelogue from the Legendary Author!!! SUMMARY: In the plants, animals, topography, weather, and people of Cape Cod, Thoreau finds 'another world' Encounters with the ocean dominate this book, from the fatal shipwreck of the opening chapter to his later reflections on the Pilgrims' landing and reconnaissance. Along the way, Thoreau relates the experiences of fishermen and oystermen, farmers and salvagers, lighthouse-keepers and ship captains, as well as his own intense confrontations with the sea as he travels the land's outermost margins. Chronicles of exploration, settlement, and survival on the Cape lead Thoreau to reconceive the history of New England - and to recognize the parochialism of history itself. BACKGROUND: Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 – May 6, 1862) was an American author, poet, philosopher, polymath, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, historian, and leading transcendentalist. He is best known for his book Walden, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay Resistance to Civil Government (also known as Civil Disobedience), an argument for disobedience to an unjust state. CONDITION: Condition is Good+/Very Good. Some wear to edges, little to boards, slight lean inward/right to the front board, some glue to inner spine, most pages are very good, light blemish to upper right margin at edge in beginning, couple tiny black dots at very edge of a few pages, blemish to upper/lower margins of ads, hinges/text block are very good for 150 years old!!! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pytchley Hall, Northamptonshire, Fox Hunting Scene

      Caspar Clarke 1856-1871, 1865, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust JacketSize: 570 x 450 mm. 1 pp. Item Type: Watercolour. Original drawing Ink & Watercolour includes the subtitle: "Pytchley hall, Northamptionshire; was built in the early part of Queen Elizabeth's reign by Sir Euseby Isham. The house and estate passed successivey through the families of Isham, Lane, Washbourne and Knightley, until it became the property of G. Payne Esq. by whom it was pulled down in the year 1829. The ancient lords of this manor held it of the king by petit serjeantry, that is to furnish dogs at their own cost, to destroy the wolves, foxes, polecats, and other vermin in counties of Northampton, Rutland, Oxford, Essex and Buckingham". Print is in quite good condition considering it's age. We are selling it (posting ) it to you rolled up in a tube rather than mounted and framed owing to courier costs but if you wish for it mounted and/or framed then we can discuss extra courier costs or collection in person.Buy with confidence, support a genuine Independent Bricks & Mortar Real Bookshop and help to preserve our High streets as interesting places to shop. We are Maynard & Bradley CAMBO & PBFA(now lapsed) members here in Leicester City Centre, UK Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Sports & Pastimes; Equestrian & Racing; Britain/UK; 19th century; Inventory No: 50280.

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        Administrativ-Karte des Erzherzogthumes Oesterreich (Österreich) ob der Enns nach den neuesten und besten Materialien der Katastral-Aufnahme zusammengestellt, gezeichnet und herausgegeben von ..... Revidirt und in zweiter Auflage herausgegeben

      1865,. 0 S., 20 auf Leinen aufgezogenen Blätter a 56 x 45,5 cm zu je 8 Teilen, zusätzlich 1 Ergänzungsblatt "Diöcesan-Eintheilung vom Jahre 1865" und eine Blatt 27 x 21,5 cm als Kartenübersichtsblatt. Blatt 1 mit schöner Kartusche (Wappen von OÖ, Linz, Steyr, Ried und Wels). Auf Blatt 3 mitgedruckt: Landeseintheilung vom Jahre 1863, Kreis Linz, Kreis Ried. Auf Blatt 4 mitgedruckt: Kreis Steyr, Kreis Wels, Zusammenstellung. Auf Blatt 13: Alphabetische Zusammenstellung der trigonometrisch bestimmten Höhepunkte. Auf Blatt 17: Trigonometrisch bestimmt Höhepunkte. Auf Blatt 18: Zeichenerklärung. Maßstab: 1 W.Z. = 1000 W. Kl. Manche Orte rot untersrichen. Elisabeth-Bahnlinie rot eingezeichnet, Bahnlinie über Prägarten, Käfermarkt Richtung Böhmen nachträglich mit roter Tinte eingezeichnelt. Schuber zerfledert. Sehr gutes und sauberes Exemplar..

      [Bookseller: Buchhandlung W. Neugebauer GmbH]
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        Dervish kloster.

      c. 1865 - Albumen print. Very good tonal range and in good condition, pasted on card, title in manuscript, photographer's credit and number in negative. Dimensions: 230 by 290mm. (9 by 11.5 inches).

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        Im Kaukasus 1862 : Von Pest bis Stawropol. Von Stawropol bis Tiflis. Von Tiflis bis an das Kaspische Meer. Vom Kaspischen Meer bis Erivan. Von Erivan bis an das Schwarze Meer. Vom Schwarzen Meer bis Stawropol. Kriegsoperationen. Mit farb. lith. Tit. u. 29 farb. lith. Taf. nach T. Horschelt sowie 3 farb. lith. Kt..

      Berlin, Druck von A.W.Hayn 1865.. Gr.-8° (27 x 20 cm). Grüner neuerer GanzLederband mit 2 roten, montierten RüSchildern mit goldgedrucktem Titel auf 5 unechten Bünde. Farbiges lithographiertes Titelblatt, VI, 603 Seiten. Das farbige Titelblatt stark stockfleckig, die ersten 10 Blatt mit abnehmendem Feuchtrand seitlich. Mit 29 ganzseitigen Farblithos (Lith.Anstalt v.Winckelmann & Söhne,unt Leil.v.C.Köpper in Berlin), 1 s/w Abbildung, 1Karte zum Gefecht (Nov.1862 ) bei Pschechui-Efendi-Chabl. und 2 mehrfach gefalteten, farbigen Special-Karten : Erläuterungen zu militairischen Operationen und Arbeiten,Wege- und Reisekarte (W.H.L. Green del). Mit Personen- und Ortsregister. Die Textseiten überwiegend sauber, die Tafeln leider etwas braunfleckig, 1 Karte im Bug gerissen. Durchaus gutes Exemplar.. #GeoVit

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        HISTORIA DE GALICIA. TOMO PRIMERO

      Imprenta de Soto Freire, Editor, Lugo 1865 - Encuadernación original con el lomo en piel decorada, con dorados. Láminas fuera de texto con grabados y partituras musicales. Buen estado, en general: solicite fotografías. ANTES DE HACER EL PEDIDO, DEBE INFORMARSE ACERCA DE LOS GASTOS DE ENVÍO HACIENDO CLIC EN EL ENLACE QUE ACOMPAÑA A ESTA FICHA, YA QUE ÉSTOS VARÍAN EN FUNCIÓN DEL PESO DE LOS LIBROS, LA MODALIDAD DE ENVÍO (ORDINARIO, CERTIFICADO O MENSAJERÍA), EL DESTINO Y LA FORMA DE PAGO (TARJETA, TRANSFERENCIA O CONTRA REEMBOLSO). Size: 599 Pp. + Ilustraciones, 23x15,5 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Collection of 17 reports concerning the Maori Wars, Land Settlements, and the Administration of Sir George Grey

      Auckland: Government printer 1861, 1865. Foolscap folio, some tables and a coloured folding map, occasional foxing and browning, occasional contemporary notes and marginalia in ink; very good condition overall, bound in later quarter polished calf with labels. Sir George Grey and the New Zealand Wars. An engaging collection of 17 official reports and papers dating from Sir George Grey's second term as Governor of New Zealand, a formative period for European-Maori relations in New Zealand's history. Grey had been recalled after a controversial tenure as governor of the Cape Colony and High Commissioner of South Africa. An able self-promoter, Grey had offered to return in the hope that his rapport with the Maori would enable him to quell the emerging troubles and took little time in maligning the efforts of his predecessor Thomas Gore Brown. Grey was an able negotiator, but his intentions were suspected both by the Maori and the British commander, Lieutenant-General Duncan Cameron, who acted with great caution following his efforts to defeat the Maori in southern Taranaki. Cameron (whose report On the Native Insurrection is included here) suspected Grey and the government of trying to use the British Army to acquire Maori land. On one occasion, at Weraroa, Grey took to the field himself and, with a small force of colonial troops and 'friendly' Maori, captured a native supply depot, which the Maori promptly evacuated. This was hailed, not least by Grey, as a famous victory. The papers collected here begin with the Auckland printed Native Addresses of Welcome continuing with Reports on the state of Maori relations and finish with Wellington published Papers on The supply of ammunition to rebel natives and Murder of the Rev. Carl Sylvius Volkner by the Hau Hau Fanatics with page references of the Maori-translated passages in an early hand. Of special interest is the folding coloured map showing the proposed system of roads and settlements for military defence of the North Island, included as an integral part of the report titled Memorandum on Roads and Military Settlements in the Northern Island (1863).A full listing of contents, in order of binding in this volume:Native Addresses of Welcome to Sir George Grey. Ngatiraukawa and Ngatitoa Tribes. Published Auckland 1861; 14pp.BALNEAVIS, Adj.-Gen. H.C. Return Shewing the Strength of the Various Volunteer Corps in the Colony, on the 15th January and 30th June, Respectively. Auckland, House of Representatives, August 1862; 4pp (last blank).PAUL, Major James. Return Shewing the Number of Troops in New Zealand, during the Year ended 30th June, 1862. Auckland, House of Representatives, August 1862; 2pp.[Various contributors]. Reports on the State of the Natives in Various Districts at the time of the Arrival of Sir George Grey. Auckland, House of Representatives, 1861; 44pp.GREY, Sir George, and others. Speeches of Governor Sir George Grey and Native Chiefs at Meetings in Waikato December, 1861. Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1861; 6pp.GREY, Sir George, DOMET, Alfred and others. Papers Relating to Military Settlements in the Northern Island of New Zealand [drop title]. Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1863; 16pp.DOMET, Alfred. Memorandum on Roads and Military Settlements in the Northern Island... Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1863; 12pp., two folding tables and folding coloured lithographic map.DOMET, Alfred & MANTELL, W. Correspondence Relative to the Introduction of Military Settlers into the Province of Wellington. Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1863; [4]pp.Return of Cases Between Europeans and Natives in the Resident Magistrates Court... Bay of Islands. Return to an Order of the House of Representatives, dated August 22nd, 1862... Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1863; 8pp.Return of Cases Between Europeans and Natives in the Resident Magistrates Court... Bay of Islands. Return to an Order of the House of Representatives, dated 28th October, 1863... Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1863; [ii]4pp.CAMERON, Lieutenant-General Duncan, and others. Papers Relative to the Native Insurrection [drop title]. Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1863; 44pp. (last blank).CAMERON, Lieutenant-General Duncan, and others. Further Papers Relative to the Native Insurrection. In continuation.... Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1863; 10pp.GREY, Sir George; FOX, William, and others. Further Papers Relative to the Native Prisoners. In continuation... Auckland, by order of Parliament, 1864; [10]pp.GREY, Sir George; LOGAN, R.M.; WHITE, John, and others. Further Papers Relative to the Native Insurrection. Auckland, GREY, Sir GeorgeGREY, Sir George. Despatches from the Governor to the Secretary of State. Auckland, Govt. printer 1865, 10pp.BATEMAN, Thomas, YOUNG, W., and others. Papers relative to the Supply of Ammunition to Rebel Natives. Wellington, by order of Parliament 1865, [ii], 4 pp.[Various]. Papers relative to the Murder of the Rev. Carl Sylvius Volkner by the Hau Hau Fanatics. Wellington, by order of Parliament 1865, 20 pp. (last blank).

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        Sir Jasper's Tenant

      Robson and Son, Temple Bar Magazine, London 1865 - First appearance of this Victorian novel, serialized in Temple Bar magazine in 11 parts, 37 chapters, February 1865 through December 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 (19th century) 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 "David Chantrey" by W. G. Wills, see separate listing under his name [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Das Bömerland. Wanderungen und Ansichten. Der Nordwest. Mit 36 Stahlstichen.

      Prag: I. L. Kober 1865 - OLWd., [3], 384 S., [1], 8° mit 36 Stahlstichen (Ansichte auf berühmte Burgen, Schlösser, Städte u. andere Sehenswürdigkeiten Nordwestböhmens) von W. Kandler. Roter Einband mit schwarzer Ornamentalprägung auf Vorderdecke u. Rücken; vergoldeter Sachnameschildchen auf Rücken. Marmorierter Schnitt. Exemplar gering berieben und bestoßen; beide Kapitale minimal abgeschürft, bzw. leicht eingerissen. Innen unbeschädigt u. frisch. In sehr gutem Zustand. sehr guter Zustand. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: de [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Confederation on the British North American Provinces; Their Past History and Future Prospects; Including Also British Columbia & Hudson's Bay Territory; With a Map, and Suggestions in Reference to the True and Only Practical Route from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.

      Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, London - 1865, 1st Edition. () Very good. ix, 240pp. Octavo. Original red cloth boards with faint embossed decorated boards. Gilt title on spine. Corners slightly bumped. Foredging speckled red and is foxed. Toning to verso f.f.e.p. Significant foxing to the last 8 pages. 1 fold out map. 4 black and white plates. Textblock is tight. Rawlings was a fervent supporter and advocate for a Canadian transcontinental Railway through the Rockies. The book touches on all matter of related subjects, including colonization, economy, the relationship with the United States, resources, and others. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Confederation of the British North American Provinces

      Sampson Low, 1865, - RAWLINGS, Thomas. The Confederation of the British North American Provinces; Their Past History and Future Prospects; including also British Columbia& Hudson's Bay Territory; with a Map, and Suggestions in Reference to the True and Only Practicable Route from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. L.:Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, 1865. Pp (2),[iii]-xi,(1),[1]-244,+ 4 plates+ lg.fldg.map. 8vo, maroon pressed cloth. O'Dea 703, TPL 4442, Lande 1408,Peel 206, Lowther 260, Waterston p.128. Includes two views of Victoria, British Columbia, along with a view of St.Paul, Minnesota and a farm scene. Covers faded, closed tear to map, else vg. 600.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoires grotesques et sérieuses.

      Michel Lévy frères 1865 - - Michel Lévy frères, Paris 1865, 11x18cm, relié. - Edition originale de la traduction établie par Charles Baudelaire et pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Reliure en demi chagrin noir, dos à quatre nerfs sertis de filets à froid et orné de fleurons dorés, plats de papier marbré, petits accrocs sur les coupes, reliure de l'époque. Une claire mouillure sans gravité en tête des premiers feuillets, rares rousseurs. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Catecismo de Perseveranca

      Porto - Manoel Jos Ferreira 1865 - Asummary of the principles of Catholicism, from the origins of the religion to the time of the series' publications. With reference to the social, political, dogmatic, historical, moral, liturgical and philosophical influences of the Catholic religion, translated from the French of Abb Gaume. Jean-Joseph Gaume (1802-1879) was a French Roman Catholic theologian and author. Gaume wrote numerous books treating of theology, history, and education. As a cure to what he saw as a rise in paganism after the Renaissance, it was necessary to devise a new method of moulding childhood and youth; this was to consist in catechetical instruction and the exclusion of pagan authors from classical studies. In support of this method he wrote Catchisme de Persvrance, ou Expos de la Religion depuis l'origine du monde jusqu' nos jours (1854), La Religion et l'Eternit (1859) andTrait de l'Esprit Saint (1864). To this series of works belong his Manuel du Confesseur (1*54) and l'Horloge de la Passion (1857), which he translated from St. Alphonsus Liguori. In Portugese. With vignette illustrations. Volumes I-IV and VI-X of a ten volume set only (volume V absent). Condition: In tree calf bindings. Externally smart, though some light rubbing in places (particularly the spine label of volumes VII and IX). Front board of volume I warped. Internally, firmly bound. Institutional stamps to title pages. Pages are generally bright and clean, with just some light scattered spots inplaces. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gipsbüste eines Knaben.

      . 42 x 33 x 21 cm.. Der schweizer Maler, Zeichner und Bildhauer Paul Friedrich Wilhelm Balmer (18.6.1865-1.3.1922) schuf vorwiegend Familien- und Kinderbildnisse. Er war befreundet mit Ernst Kreidolf und Albert Welti. Letzterem assistierte er am grossen Fresko "Landsgemeinde" im Ständeratssaal des Bundeshauses in Bern.

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        Missionary Ships Connected with the London Missionary Society

      London: London Missionary Society, 1865. Small octavo, frontispiece, illustrations; bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in half black morocco. Early Missionary enterprise in the Pacific. Summary of London Missionary Society activities across the world, edited for the enjoyment and education of children. Contains much relating to the Pacific Island missions, with engraved vignettes of human sacrifice on Tahiti, Sydney Cove, Polynesian morai, native shipbuilding, and the like. Significant content concern's Wilson's voyage on the Duff.

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        CAPE COD

      Boston Ticknor and Fields 1865 - First edition. 8vo, publisher’s original green pebbled cloth lettered and decorated in gilt on spine, embossed in blind on both covers of a wreath within framed boarders. (6), 252 pp., ads (dated December 1864). A very good and handsome copy with only light edgewear or evidence of shelving to the tips, light and light mellowing internally. SCARCE FIRST EDITION. Thoreau occasionally left his beloved woods to visit and write about other places. He went to Cape Cod, "Wishing to get a better view than I had yet of the ocean, which we are told covered more than two thirds of the globe, but of which a man who lives a few mile inland may never see any trace." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Jumma Masjid, from the courtyard, Delhi.

      1865 - Albumen print. Good tonal range and in fair condition. Mounted on card. Printed caption below. Dimensions: 230 by 290mm (9 by 11.5 inches). Printed caption below reads: The courtyard and gateways are of red sandstone, but in the mosque itself marble is frely employed in panelling the facade, covering the domes, and paving the floor. The inscriptions from the Koran on the cornice, and the stripes on the domes, are of black marble.

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        HISTOIRE DE JULES CESAR

      Paris, Imprimérie Impériale, 1865-1866. In-4 gr. (mm. 355x255), 2 voll., sontuosa legat. firmata (Tarditi) in marocchino rosso coevo, piatti con ricchissima decoraz. oro a piccoli ferri e al centro le armi imperiali di Napoleone III, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro, dentelles dorate ai risguardi in seta rossa, tagli dorati, pp. (4),VI,(2),357; VIII,515; con 1 ritratto di Giulio Cesare, da un dipinto di Ingres ed inc. in rame da A. Salmon, e con 36 tavv. f.t. a colori di cui 30 a doppia pag. e 6 a pag. singola, per lo più inc. da Erhard Schièble. Vi sono raffigurate: carte geografiche delle varie campagne, piante di campi di battaglie, vedute, dettagli di opere effettuate dai Romani (ponti, gallerie, ecc.). Nel I vol. dedica autografa a: M. le Marquis Pepoli (di mano del segretario) e "souvenir d'amitié / Napoléon" (di mano dell'Imperatore). Il Marchese Gioacchino Napoleone Pepoli era cugino dell'Imperatore. "Edizione fuori commercio tirata esclusivamente per l'Imperatore Napoléon III". Negli stessi anni (1865-66), la presente opera usci' in tiratura normale, in-8, dall'Editore Plon, come precisa Brunet,IV,9. Cfr. anche Lorenz,III, p. 567. Solo le tavv. f.t. con qualche fiorit. ai marg. bianchi, altrimenti fresco e bell'esemplare su carta distinta.

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        CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM CONFEDERATE PRISONER OF WAR, WITH ORIGINAL POSTAL COVER, 1865 JOHNSON ISLAND OHIO CAMP OFFICERS

      Very Good with no dust jacket. 1865. Paperback. Philately; Postal Cover; Civil War Cover; CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM CONFEDERATE PRISONER OF WAR, WITH ORIGINAL POSTAL COVER, 1865 JOHNSON ISLAND OHIO CAMP OFFICERS. A spectacular example of Civil war letter from confederate prisoner of war with original postal cover, 1865 Johnson Island Ohio camp officers. A spectacular cover with two circular postmarks, one of Sandusky Ohio, a clear 'Due 2' inked stamp and a well struck PRISONER'S LETTER, JOHNSONS ISLAND inked stamp. Addressed to Richmond Va March 14th 1865. Ink with normal fading but still clear. "US Prison Depot Johnson Island, OhioMarch 14th 1865Col. J. W. M. Wilten, Dr. Sir, Yours of February 14th came to hand today, was truly glad to hear from you and my relations. I am in fine spirits at this time, looking forward to the time when I will be called upon for exchange if everything goes on well, my "turn" will come, in about six weeks. Cousin Edel will leave in the next squad, he is very much excited over the idea of getting back, and I think he has improved in looks considerably since he has been xxx for that purpose. I have not heard from Lt. Thompson for some time, perhaps he's gone on exchange. In regard to the tobacco, I am very glad you did not send it at this particular time, though if I am so unfortunate as to remain here during the summer it will be very acceptable and hope you will make the necessary arrangements with Perncell to ship me a small box when I write again, if it is your intention to send Ben tobacco, do not send together, direct separately, otherwise we could not divide with each other. I often hear from Joe and Frank. They are well, all of the Lazerwell boys here are well. The health of this place is very good. I will be pleased to hear from you again. Give my love to all my friends and relations. Yours Respectfully, James PeeryPSI enclose you a stamp, perhaps you can't get them. "This letter has been carefully framed and stored with the original envelope, with stamp and postal markings. Johnson's Island is a 300-acre (121.4 ha) island in Sandusky Bay, located on the coast of Lake Erie, 3 miles (5 km) from the city of Sandusky, Ohio. It was the site of a prisoner-of-war camp for Confederate officers captured during the American Civil War. Johnson's Island was the only Union prison exclusively for Southern officers but it also held regular soldiers. During its three years of operation, more than 15,000 men were incarcerated there. (history courtesy of Wikipedia) Not examined out of frame. ; 0 .

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        Runa.

      En skrift för Nordens fornvänner, utgiven af Richard Dybeck. (1)-2 samlingen. Stockholm, J. & A. Riis, 1865. Folio. 102 s.+ 23 litogr. planscher, varav 2 i färg och 9 tonade; 42,+ 11-16 s.+ 8 litogr. planscher, varav 2 i färg. Liten fläck s. 49 i första delen. Samtida svart hfrbd, guldornerad rygg och blåa marmorerade pärmpapper, handskriven nummerlapp på främre pärmen, nött övre kapitäl med liten skada. Fiske, Runic literature, s. 20. Montelius 310-311. Allt som utkom av Richard Dybecks (1811-77) sista fortsättning på sin periodiska följetong "Runa", som tidigare utkommit i olika serier åren 1842-50. Denna sista är dock i helt annat format och utseende än de tidigare och även med annat namn. Första delen utkom i sex häften och den andra i tre. Den innehåller liksom de tidigare "Runa" en blandning av fornminnen, runstenar, folksånger med musik, folkdräkter och andra minnen från skilda delar av Sverige. Övriga Norden verkar - trots titelns ändring från "Fäderneslandets fornvänner" till Nordens fornvänner" - inte vara representerade. Färgbilderna är litograferade av Strömmer, annars är en mängd olika litografer inblandade. Färgbilderna föreställer "Glasruta med inbränd målning. Från 1300 talet", "Skogjänta. Jerfsö socken Helsingland", "Öja buss i vinterdrägt (1750)", "väggmålning i Wästerås domkyrka"

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        N. Chevalier's Album of Chromo Lithographs

      C. Troedel, Melbourne 1865 - Imperial folio; 12 unnumbered chromolithographs mounted on stiff white sheets, with Troedel's blind-stamped mark in the margins and printed captions on the verso of each plate; in excellent condition in the original cloth portfolio, the leather spine and corners refurbished, lettered as above on front cover. Melbourne, C. Troedel, [1865]. Pioneering chromlithograpy depicting the wilderness regions of Victoria. Nicholas Chevalier was the first significant artist to use chromolithography in Australia. This is the first series of published views devoted almost exclusively to the wilderness regions of Victoria where the artist made extensive expeditions.His Album is "an important contribution to the Australian plate book genre? the first printed expression of High Victorian taste in landscape art by a key figure in the late romantic era of Australian colonial art? [It] is a keystone in any collection of Australian plate books and no collection can be considered complete without it" (Australian Rare Books).This is a fine and richly-coloured copy of an important nineteenth century Australian colour plate book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        History of Joseph and his Brethren, The

      1865. first edition. A High-Spot of English Color PrintingJONES, Owen. WARREN, Henry, illuminators. The History of Joseph and his Brethren. London: Day & Son, [1865]. First edition of this high-spot of English Color Printing. Large quarto (11 3/16 x 8 1/2 inches; 285 x 215 mm.). Twenty-six leaves printed on heavy card stock, each printed on both sides with fine chromolihographic decorations. One each leaf is a Bible verse, printed in black and red on a gold background; on the verso is a full-page color illustration on a gold background. The text and the illustrations are within elaborate illuminated borders. Publisher's red cloth, covers decoratively stamped in gilt and blue, spine decoratively lettered in gilt. Yellow coated endpapers, all edges gilt. Inner hinges expertly and invisibly repaired, some minor rubbing and creasing to corners,otherwise near fine. A wonderful example of Victorian chromolithography at its very best by one of the masters of the art form. Owen Jones (1809-1874) was a Welsh architect, decorative artist and ornamental designer. Through his efforts to publish his findings on the historic use of color in decoration, he also became one of the pioneers of chromolithography. He published many seminal and definitive works, including The Sermon on the Mount (1844), The Grammar of Ornament (1856), a highly influential book in ornamentation and decorative arts and The History of Joseph and his Brethren (1865).

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        Camps and Prisons: Twenty Months in the Department of the Gulf

      New York: J. P. Robbins, 1865. _. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Complete: 424 pages; 6 plates; 6-page advertising section in rear. Sound binding with intact hinges. Clean pages. Small owner's label inside front cover. Minor cover wear, heaviest at the head of the spine. "The best account of prison life in Texas during the Civil War" (Basic Texas Books 47B.) Duganne was a poet, playwright, and dime-novel author who fought in the Gulf region with the Union Army as officer in the New York 176th Volunteer Infantry Regiment and was captured at Brashsear City. About 1/3 of the book discusses service with the regiment and 2/3s discusses life as a prisoner. Quite scarce.

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        Jagdschloß Grunewald, "Das Jagdschloß Grunewald".

      . lavierte Tuschpinselzchng. v. L. Wilhelmy, 1865, 28,1 x 37,8. Blick vom baumbestandenen Ufer, mit einem Angler im Vordergund, über den Grunewaldsee zum Jagdschloss. - Alt auf ein braunes Untersatzpapier montiert und kaschiert. Rechts und links unten in den Ecken kleine, unbedeutende Fehlstellen. Rechts unten mit Feder bezeichnet, signiert und datiert. - Louis Wilhelmy (ca. 1820 - 1880).

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        Lessons from The World of Matter and The World of Man. Selected from Notes of Unpublished Sermons by Rufus Leighton

      Boston: Published by Charles W. Slack. 1865. First. First edition. Green cloth gilt. A few tears at the bottom of the spine, short crack to the paper over the front hinge, modest wear to the boards, a very good copy. Inscribed by the editor to author and Thoreau biographer Frank B. Sanborn: "F.B. Sanborn, With best regards of R. Leighton. May 11, 1865." Both Sanborn (one of the Concord circle of transcendentalists that included Thoreau, Emerson, and the Alcotts) and Parker were abolitionists, as well as early and strong supporters of John Brown. Sanborn later published a biographical sketch of Parker. .

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        Grant and Sherman; Their Campaigns and Generals. Comprising an Authentic Acount of Battles and Sieges....[Of]...the Great Rebellion of 1861-1865 with Numerous Fine Sttel Portraits, Battle Scenes and Maps

      New York, E. B. Treat & Co., 1865, Hardback, The True first edition for subscription only. The trade edition did not appear until a year laterMinor stain shadowing to the terminal page edges. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and titling. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 608 pages; The trade edition did not appear until a year later. Description: 608 p. Front. , pl. , port. , maps. 22 cm. Subjects: Generals--United States. United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Campaigns.

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        Miners and Travelers' Guide to Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado. Via the Missouri and Columbia Rivers

      Published by Wm. M. Franklin, New York 1865 - 153 pp. Duodecimo [19 cm]; light brown cloth with decorative blind stamping to boards with the title gilt stamped on the backstrip. Very good. Fold-out map present at the rear and in good shape with no tears or wear. In advising emigrants entering the Pacific Northwest, Captain Mullan furnishes a day-by-day itinerary of the route from Fort Benton, on the Missouri River, through the mountains to the Walla Walla in Washington Territory. After these directions he continues with a general description of the resources of the entire region, including the text of an address that he made to the American Geographical and Statistical Society of New York entitled "The Geography, Topography and Resources of the Northwestern Territories." This work contains an excellent account of the mountain regions of the Northwest with particulars of the firsts discoveries of gold in Idaho and Montana. Wagner-Camp 420a. Graff 2933. Howes M885. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Geschichte des reichsständischen Hauses Ysenburg und Büdingen, 3 Bände (= alles),

      Ffm., Brönner, 1865,. alle drei Bände in Erstausgabe, 8°, X, 262 S. mit einer (grenzkolorierte) Karte und drei Zeichungen / X, 415 S. mit vielen Siegelzeichnungen und Stammtafeln (oftmals zum Ausklappen) / XII, 312 S. mit sechs Siegelzeichnungen und einem Personen und Ortsregister, schöne Halbleder-Einbände der Zeit mit goldener Rückenbeschriftung, Rückenbünden, Lederecken und floralen Musterpapierbezügen, die Einbände im Randbereich leicht beschabt, der Band 1 mit kurzem zeitgen. Vermerk (für uns unlesbar) auf der Titelseite oben, innen teilweise leicht stock- oder altersfleckig, sonst schöne, saubere wohl vollständige und sehr dekorative Exemplare (Ti2) Erster Band: Die Geschichte des Ysenburg-Bündingen'schen Landes / Zweiter Band: Die Ysenburg und Büdingen'sche Hausgeschichte / Dritter Band: Das Ysenburg und Büdingen'sche Urkundenbuch.

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        To Madame Livia Frege: Six Songs : With German & English Words. The Music Composed By F Edward Bache

      Addison Hollier & Lucas, London, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust JacketTHIS IS ONE OF THE SCORES FROM OUR BOOK NUMBER #6647000 - Undated [1865?]. In English & German. Size: 13 inches tall by 9.5 inches. 4 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Music; Inventory No: 6647003.

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        The Life of Josiah Wedgwood

      London: Hurst and Blackett, 1865. Two volumes, thick octavo, two engraved portrait frontispieces (the first neatly repaired along gutter-edge), double-page pair of chromolithograph plates of borders, numerous wood engravings in the text; ALS from Josiah Wedgwood II (son of Josiah Wedgwood) attached to verso of frontispiece in first volume; fine condition in striking three-quarter red morocco, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, gilt edges. A fascinating and comprehensive work on the life of Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795) the famous English potter who established the grand firm which carries his name, and who is of particular Australian interest as the creator of the Sydney Cove Medallion.An investigation into the nature of the clay of the Sydney basin had been one of the first requests given to Governor Phillip, and he sent home a series of specimens to Sir Joseph Banks as soon as he was able. Banks was a close associate of Josiah Wedgwood, and some of the clay was immediately dispatched in order to create the Medallion. The medallion was designed by Henry Webber with the final finishing of the moulds done by William Hackwood, Wedgwood's principal modeller. The full title of the medallion is "Hope encouraging Art and Labour, under the influence of Peace, to pursue the employments necessary to give security and happiness to an infant settlement". An engraving of the design adorned the title-page of Phillip's Voyage (1789), and a fine depiction of the Medallion is also included in this work (II, p, 568).Meteyard's work is also of great interest for the number of engravings of cameo portraits which it includes, such as the famous portrait of Sir Joseph Banks as a young man, as well as those of John Fothergill, the artist John Flaxman, and Sir Joshua Reynolds, quite apart from an almost endless array of illustrations of some of Wedgwood's finest work, including one of the famous Portland Vase.The short note signed by Josiah Wedgwood II tipped-on to the verso of the frontispiece is of some interest, being a note about [Thomas] Minton's purchase of some clay at Liverpool, with a note on costs.

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        Le Tour de Marne d?crit et photographi?.

      Librairie Internationale, 1865, Softcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust JacketSize: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall. Text is in French. Small number stamped on front free endpage and front pastedown with some light pencil marks. Pages lightly tanned. Bookplate on front pastedown. Stamp on edges of text-block. Black & white photographs tissues binded at each plate. Quarter leather boards bumped and worn at corners, edges and spine ends with some rubbing on boards and spine. Pull out map in back. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 132326.

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        Andersonville: Six Months a Prisoner of War:

      Milwaukee: Daily Wisconsin Steam Printing House. Fair; Title continued: Giving a True Description of the Prison, An Account . of the Life and Sufferings of our Union Soldiers who Were Confined There, . Their Treatment by the Rebel Authorities in Prison, in Hospital, &c, &c: . List of the Andersonville Dead, Giving the Number of Grave, Name, Rank, . Company and Regiment, Date of Death and Disease, of all the Illinois, . Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota Soldiers, Who Died There During the Summer . of 1864. Yellow stapled wraps. 54 pages plus approx. 20 pages of . appendices. Covers waterstained and rear cover and rear half of book have . bright red spot at outer margins, first 20 pages of text waterstained, . lower half of spine rubbed away. Some penciled notes in appendices. I . believe the author to be Sgt. Major Edward L. Clapp of the 9th Minnesota . Volunteer Infantry Regiment, who was under the command of Union Brigadier . General Samuel D. Sturgis during an operation to destroy parts of the Ohio . & Mobile Railroad in Mississippi, when cavalry forces led by Confederate . Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest defeated Sturgis' forces at the Battle of . Brice's Crossroads. Clapp was captured on June 10, 1864 in Guntown, . Mississippi and held at the infamous Andersonville prisoner of war camp in . swampy, rural Georgia. He vividly describes the abysmal conditions there . in this book.. 1865. Hardcover. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 54 pages .

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        Histoire de France depuis les temps plus reculés jusqu'an 1789.

      Furne,, Paris, 1865 - Diciassette volumi di cm. 24, pp. 8.000 circa complessive. Bel ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame all'antiporta del primo volume. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con titoli e fregio in oro. Brossure originali conservate all'interno. Esemplare marginoso e fresco, parzialmente a fogli chiusi, in ottimo stato di conservazione fatto salvo per una gora chiara alle carte del decimo e dell'ultimo volume. Opera classica e di riferimento nella vasta produzione storiografica francese dell'800. Gadagnò comunque parecchi riconoscimenti ufficiali, tra cui il premio da parte dell'Académie des Inscriptions et de Belles-Lettres nel 1844 e quello dell'Académie Francaise nel 1856 e 1859. L'ultimo volume è interamente formato da utili ed agili indici per materie. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Frank B. Converse's Banjo Instructor, without a Master: Containing a Choice Collection of Banjo Solos, Jigs, Songs, Reels, Walk Arounds, etc., Progressively Arranged, and Plainly Explained; Enabling the Learner to Become a Proficient Banjoist

      New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1865. Hard Cover w Pictorial Label. Very Good. Hard Cover w Pictorial Label. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Complete; 96 numbered pages with advertising sections in front and rear. Cover illustration shows an angel playing a banjo. The book bears an 1865 copyright date, and it appears to be a major revision of "Frank B. Converse's New and Complete Method for the Banjo with or without a Master," which was published in 1865, although this book is in an entirely different format and only about half of the tunes are the same. The list of advertisements on the rear cover includes "The Banjo, and How to Play It," which was published in 1872 and appears to be a companion to this title. Sound binding and hinges. Clean pages with some very slight discoloration along the fore-edge margin of two leaves. Front illustration is in nice shape with only a little edge wear and light soiling. Back cover has a large ink stain. The spine is present, however the gilt lettering has faded. The book begins with a brief summary of music theory and instructions for holding and tuning a banjo. Songs, in regular musical notation, are shown in blocks of two measures followed by detailed playing instructions. Songs include Arkansas Traveler, Coon Hunt Walk Around, Cane Break Reel, O Susanna, O'Flarharty's Wake, Yankee Doodle, and more.

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        Autograph Manuscript signed ("A. J.H. Duganne") of his poem "Sheridan's Harvesting"

      n.p., [1865] - Major-General Sheridan's copy, with his name stamped in gilt on front cover within a gilt laurel wreath topped by an American Eagle. Duganne was a Boston author whose verse and prose won great acclaim in his day from contemporary critics such as William H. Burleigh: "Mr. Duganne's lyrical powers are characterized by a nervous energy, a generous sympathy with humanity, a wonderful command of language, and an ardent hatred of wrong and oppression in all their forms." (Quoted by Allibone). A wonderful association copy One of 75 copies comprising sheets from the 1855 edition, with new title- page, some with sheets of manuscript bound in. 8vo. Written on four preliminary blank leaves of a copy of Duganne's Poetical Works, Autograph Edition [Phila: Carey & Hart], 1865. Original green cloth gilt, t.e.g, board edges bevelled, minor stains slight rubbing. BAL 4900 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Six complete issues of the New York Tribune in the days immediately following Lincoln's assassination

      "1.) New York Tribune, April 17, 1865, 8pp, folded folio, reporting on the assassination of Lincoln (he was shot on April 14, 1865 and died the next day). The entire front page filled with articles on the tragedy. ""The Great Calamity""; ""The President's Murderer Still at Large""; ""General Grant's Arrival""; ""Demonstrations of Mourning"". 2.) New York Tribune, April 21, 1865, 8pp, folded folio, frontpage articles include ""The President's Assassin"" with information on a $50,000 reward for Booth's capture, as well as the effects of the assassination on various cities and regions. 3.) New York Tribune, April 27, 1865, 8pp, folded folio, frontpage news of Sherman's occupation at Raleigh, The Cortege On Its Way Westward, the Treatment of Secessionists"". 4.) New York Tribune, April 29, 1865, 8pp, folded folio, frontpage news of the surrender of General Johnston, news of Lee's surrender, Rebels giving up. 5.) New York Tribune, May 8, 1865, 8pp, folded folio, frontpage news of the arrest of a conspirator at St. Louis, whereabouts of the head Rebel, continuing news of the assassination. 6.) New York Tribune, May 9, 1865, 8pp, folded folio, frontpage news on Sherman ""His Army Homeward Bound"", enthusiasm of the colored people, ""The Assassination: The Trial to Commence Today"", news from Washington. The New York Tribune was established by Horace Greeley in 1841 and was long considered one of the leading newspapers in the United States. The Tribune was created by Greeley with the hopes of providing a straightforward, trustworthy media source in an era when newspapers such as the New York Sun and New York Herald thrived on sensationalism. Although considered the least partisan of the leading newspapers, the Tribune did reflect some of Horace Greeley's idealist views. During the American Civil War (1861-1865) the tribune was a radical republican newspaper, which supported abolition and subjection of the confederacy instead of negotiated peace. During the first few months of the war, the tribune's ""on to Richmond"" slogan presured Union general Irvin McDowell into advancing on Richmond before his army was ready, resulting in the disaster at the First Battle of Manassas (July 21, 1861). after the failure of the Peninsular Campaign (spring 1862), the tribune pressured president Abraham Lincoln into instating John Pope as commander of the army of the Potomac."

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