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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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        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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      LOUIS VIVES 1865 - RO20165902: 16 TOMES: XIII + 608 + IV + 692 + XI + 632 + X + 719 + X + 799 + XIII + 632 + II + 775 + 800 + X + 664 + IX + 670 + III + 664 + 548 + 672 + VII + 720 + VIII + 614 + 613 pages - dos abimé sur le tome 24, 26 et 30 - 1 trace d'étiquette collée sur le dos sur les tomes 15, 16 et 17 - 1 etiquette collée au dos du tome 18 au tome 30 - 1er plat desolidarisé sur le tome 20 - 1er plat partiellement desolidarisé sur le tome 21 - 1er plat desolidarisé et 2ème plat manquant sur le tome 22 - 1er plat et 2ème plat desolidarisés sur le tome 23, 25, 26, 27 - 2ème plat desolidarisé sur le tome 28. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 200-RELIGION [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Admiral David D. Porter promotes the purchase of the Island of St. Thomas

      "A scarce imprint relative to William Seward's attempt to purchase the Danish Virgin Island of St. Thomas between 1865 and 1868: ""THE ISLAND OF ST. THOMAS. LETTER OF VICE-ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE."" three conjoined pages, front and verso, 8.25"" x 13"", Annapolis, November 6,1867, a transcript of Porter's report to Seward, the strategic advantages of purchasing the island concluded, ""I think St. Thomas is the keystone to the arch of the West Indies; it commands them all. It is of more importance to us than to any other nation, and if Europe was at leasure and its attention not distracted by its own complications, we would not be allowed to get the island on any terms. The chances are that we may not get it yet. The people of St. Thomas may prefer their present independent position to being mixed up with our difficulties."" Lightly toned and stained, small tear, small loss at lower left edge and punch hole at upper edge, both in blank areas, else very good condition.William Seward first began contemplating the idea of purchasing St. Thomas during the Civil War. While the majority of the islands in the West Indies sympathized with the the Confederacy, providing critical ports to blockade runners, the governor of the Danish island of St. Thomas was so friendly to the United States that Union ships could obtain special favors, serenely and openly. The Lincoln Administration was in need of a Caribbean base for refitting and processing of captured prizes, and the Danes were most likely to part with one of their possessions for a price. Seward first broached the subject with the Danish Minster in Washington in January 1865. After two years of negotiations, Denmark agreed to sell the islands of St. John and St. Thomas for $7.5 million with the condition that the islands residents be able to approve the annexation in a vote. St. Thomas was a lucrative free port and Admiral Porter, like many observers saw numerous reasons why the islanders might reject the proposal. Despite these fears, the islanders voted overwhelmingly for annexation. However the purchase was never ratified in the Senate due to the recent purchase of Alaska and the distraction over the Andrew Johnson impeachment. Ulysses S. Grant finally killed the project, pronouncing it ""'a scheme of Sewards,' and would have nothing to do with it.""Both islands (together with St. Croix) became part of the United States in 1917 in exchange for $25 million in gold. The purchase came about after an islander, David Hamilton Jackson, who campaigned against Danish mismanagement of the territory, convinced the King of Denmark government to sell the islands. "

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        Das Schleswig'sche Wattenmeer und die friesischen Inseln.

      Glogau, Flemming, 1865.. VIII, 277 SS., 1 Bl. m. 10 getönten Lithogr. u. 1 lithogr. Karte, 8°, neuere HLwd. d. Zt. ( l. ber. u. best. ).. Die Tafeln zeigen: 1. Husum ( Hafen ) 2. Hallig Nordshandischmeer 3. Morsumkliff 4. Wyck ( Wieck ) 5. Boldixum auf Föhr 6. Burgthal auf Hörnum 7. Dünengegend am rothen Kliff auf Sylt 8. Keitum auf sylt 9. Westerland auf Sylt 10. Lister Dünen - Titel der Karte: "Karte vom Schleswigschen Wattemeer und Nordfriesland" ( 47 x 32,6 cm ). Anfangs mit nicht stark ausgeprägtem Feuchtigkeitsrand, insgesamt ein gutes Exemplar in einem schlichten Einband.

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      Mexico: Imprenta de Andrade y Escalante, . 1865 - 11pp. Original printed wrappers. A couple small nicks in foredge of front wrapper, else very good. Provisional laws for Mexico set forth by Emperor Maximilian. The first article declares what type of government shall rule Mexico: "la monarquica moderada hereditaria, con un Principe catolico." These rare laws were only in place for a short time before the defeat and execution of Maximilian.

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        N. Chevalier's Album of Chromo Lithographs

      Melbourne: C. Troedel, 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.

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        General Nelson A. Miles, in command of Fort Monroe, reports that ?the prisoner ?Davis? is feeling quite comfortable this morning ... I do not think it possible for him to escape, even if the sentinels are taken out of the front room, he will still be under two locks, aside from the Guard in front of his cell.?

      "Autograph Letter Signed ?Nelson A. Miles? as ?Bvt Maj Gen U.S. Vols / Comdg Dist.,? two conjoined pages, 7.75? x 9.75?. Head Quarters Military District, Fort Monroe, August 22, 1865. To an unnamed General, undoubtedly Assistant Adjutant General Edward D. Townsend to whom Miles sent all his reports about the prisoners and mail to be forwarded. Ink stain at top right of first page. Expertly strengthened on verso at folds. Fine condition.In full, ?I have the honor to state that the prisoner ?Davis? is feeling quite comfortable this morning, complaining a little however of erysipelas in the face and a carbuncle on his leg. I also enclose a communication from [Clement] Clay to the ?Sec of War? together with a letter to his wife which he desires, forwarded. In regard to the Sentinels, when they were taken out of his room he said they did not disturbe or waken him, lately they have been required to make as little noise as possible and not to walk around in the room. I do not think it possible for him to escape, even if the sentinels are taken out of the front room, he will still be under two locks, aside from the Guard in front of his cell.?On May 19, 1865, the propeller vessel ?William P. Clyde? arrived at Hampton Roads, Virginia, with Confederate prisoners aboard including Jefferson Davis and Confederate Senator and diplomatic agent Clement Claiborne Clay. On May 22nd, Major General Nelson A. Miles arrived to take command of Fort Monroe.From ?Prison Life of Jefferson Davis? by Bvt. Lt. Col. John J. Craven, M.D., ?Late Surgeon U.S. Vols., and Physician of the Prisoner during his Confinement in Fortress Monroe, from May 25, 1865, up to December 25, 1865? (New York: G.W. Dillingham Co., 1866): ?The procession into the fort was simple though momentous ... First came Major-General Miles holding the arm of Mr. Davis, who was dressed in a suit of plain Confederate grey, with a grey slouched hat?"always thin, and now looking much wasted and very haggard. Immediately after these came Colonel Prichard [Michigan Cavalry] accompanying Mr. Clay, with a guard of soldiers in their rear ... Mr. Davis was shown into casemate No. 2 and Clay into No. 4, guards of soldiers being stationed in the cells numbered 1, 3, and 5, upon each side of them. They entered; the heavy doors clanged behind them, and in that clang was rung the final knell of the terrible, but now extinct, rebellion ... On the morning of the 23d of May, a yet bitterer trial was in store for the proud spirit ?" a trial severer, probably, than has ever in modern times been inflicted upon any one who had enjoyed such eminence. This morning Jefferson Davis was shackled ... These fetters were of heavy iron, probably five-eighths of an inch in thickness, and connected together by a chain of like weight ... On the morning of May 24th, I was sent for about half-past 8 A.M., by Major-General Miles; was told that State-prisoner Davis complained of being ill, and that I had been assigned as his medical attendant ...?August 21st. ?" Called with Captain Corlis, on the staff of General Miles, Officer of the Day. Prostration increased, and the erysipelas spreading. Deemed it my duty to send a communication to Major-General Miles, reporting that I found the State-prisoner, Davis, suffering severely from erysipelas in the face and head, accompanied by the usual prostration attending that disease. Also that he had a small carbuncle on his left thigh, his condition denoting a low state of the vital forces...? The information in Dr. Craven?s communication to Miles was included by the General in this letter penned the next day.Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer, in ?A History of the United States Since the Civil War? (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1917), wrote about Davis in Fort Monroe. In part, ?The President of the Confederacy suffered from insomnolency, dyspepsia, neuralgia, boils, carbuncles, erysipelas. Never during any night since his incarceration had he slept for two hours continuously. The creaking boots of the sentinels as they paced the floor, even after it was covered with straw matting, the noise as they hailed each other, the light in his room, his nervous and physical diseases, the lack of full opportunity for exercise were noted by the physician, who made so unfavorable a statement that many thought the distinguished culprit could not live for trial for his crimes.? In this letter, General Miles notes that the sentinels are ?required to make as little noise as possible.? For keeping Jefferson Davis shackled in his cell, General Miles was the target of severe criticism, even in the North."

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        Statement and reports concerning the Uncle Sam Senior and Gold Cañon silver lodes in Nevada.

      Alfred Mudge & Son, Boston 1865 - "First edition, 8vo, pp. 24, 8; frontispiece map 36 x 57 cm. (approx. 14" x 22") of the Gold Hill Front Lodes on the Comstock range, N.T. Surveyed July 1864, by N Wescoatt and John Allen Veatch Located Sept. & Oct. 1859. Made to accompany report of Dr. J.A. Veatch." Original salmon printed wrappers, joints a little split, but otherwise fine and bright. With: hand-colored map 23 x 45 cm. (approx. 9" x 17") of the Comstock Lodes extending down Gold Cañon, Storey Co., Nevada. San Francisco: G.T. Brown & Co. Lith. With: Report by Wm. C. Prescott, Esq. March 8, 1866, on the Uncle Sam Sr. and Gold Canyon Silver Mines of the Comstock Lode in Nevada, pp. 7, self wrappers. With, a second copy of the map of Gold Hill Front Lodes, loose. None of these items in either Howes or Graff." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ludwig Friedrich Leopold von Gerlach (Berlin 17. 09. 1790 - 10. 01. 1861 Berlin). Preuss. General und konservativer Politiker. Brustbild im Oval in Uniform mit Orden, "Leopold von Gerlach" (faksimilierte Unterschrift, od. ev. Or.- Signatur?),.

      . Fotografie (Silbergelatinabzug?) v. anonym, um 1865, 22 x 18 (H). Alt auf einen verso mit Chinapapier bezogenen Or.- Untersatzkarton mit aufgesetztem Rand und Goldfassung montiert. - Karton minimal fleckig, sehr guter Abzug ohne Schäden. - Selten

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        Johann Karl von Möllendorff (Reinsdor/Krs. Delitzsch 20. 03. 1791 - 06. 11. 1860 Berlin). Graf von Möllendorff. Preuss. General der Infanterie, Brustbild m. Orden im Oval en face, "Carl von Möllendorff" (faksimilierte Unterschrift?),.

      . Fotografie (Silbergelatinabzug?) v. anonym, um 1865, 23,5 x 19,5 (H). Alt auf einen Or.- Untersatzkarton mit aufgesetztem Rand und Goldfassung montiert. - Tadelloser Abzug ohne Oberflächenschäden. - Selten

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        Alexander Graf von Keller (Hietzing b. Wien 12. 06.1801 - 30. 05. 1879 Potsdam). Preussischer Generalleutnant. Königlich Preuss.Oberhof- und Hausmarschall (1856), Herr auf Möbisburg und Stedten bei Erfurt, Kniestück sitzend mit Orden und Band, "Graf v. Keller" (mit Tinte untertitelt, Or.- Signatur?),.

      . Fotografie (Silbergelatinabzug?) v. anonym, um 1865, 26,7 x 20,7 (H). Alt auf einen verso mit Chinapapier bezogenen Or.- Untersatzkarton mit aufgesetztem Rand und Goldfassung montiert. Im Rand leicht fleckig. - Guter Abzug. - Selten!

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        Carl Graf Finck von Finckenstein (?). Brustbild im Oval mit Orden. "Carl Graf Finck von Finckenstein" (handschriftlich mit Tinte untertitelt, Unterschrift?),.

      . Fotografie (Silbergelatinabzug?) v. anonym, um 1865, 23,4 x 19,6 (H). Alt auf einen verso mit Chinapapier bezogenen Or.- Untersatzkarton mit aufgesetztem Rand und Goldfassung montiert. - Karton minimal fleckig, sehr gut erhaltener Abzug. - Selten

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        Lehrbuch der practischen und theoretischen Pharmacie, mit besonderer Rücksicht auf angehende Apotheker und Aerzte.

      Mainz, C. G. Kunze, 1865 - 1866.. 2. Aufl. bearb. von Ernst Hallier und Hermann Ludwig. 3 Bde. 8°. XX, 511, XVI, 676, XX, 894 S. Halbleder - Einbände der Zeit mit marmorierten Einbandbezügen und -Schnitt. Einbände etwas berieben, Papier teils nachgedunkelt. Insgesamt doch gut. (s. Foto). ger/deu; 2. Band 1: Pharmaceutische Naturgeschichte und Waarenkunde. Bände 2 und 3: Pharmaceutische Chemie und Präparatenkunde I und II.

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        Il Cielo e l’Inferno, ossia la giustizia di Dio secondo lo Spiritismo.

      (seconda metà del XIX sec.). - Manoscritto in -8 di 408 carte non numerate, in italiano, in chiara e leggibile grafia. Si tratta della traduzione italiana coeva di: Le Ciel et L’enfer ou la Justice Divine selon le Spiritisme. Pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1865, contiene uno studio sulla vita dopo la morte. Attraverso l’analisi dei messaggi degli spiriti provenienti dall’aldilà Kardec intende dare risposte alle domande esistenziali sulla sorte dell’essere umano dopo la morte. Allan Kardec (pseudonimo di Hippolite Léon Denizard Rivail) è considerato il padre fondatore dello Spiritismo su cui scrisse i cinque libri base, tra questi Le Livre des Esprits(1857) e Le livre des Mediums (1861) continuamente ristampati. Fondò, nel gennaio 1858, la "Revue Spirite", che diresse fino a marzo 1869, e che ancora oggi viene pubblicata in diverse lingue [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Neue Börse, "Das neue Börsen-Gebäude in Berlin".

      . farbige Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. Hitzig b. Loeillot in Berlin, um 1865, 22,6 x 33,5. Ernst, Berlin in der Druckgraphik, Hizig, Nr. 10 und Farbabb. - Die neue Börse ( Ecke Burgstr./Neue Friedrichstr.) wurde in der Zeit v. 1859 - 1864 nach einem Entwurf Hitzigs durch J. Hennicke erbaut.

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        Vogelschau, "Berlin. Ber'lin. Berlino".

      . altkol. Lithographie v. C. Burckardt b. C. Burckhard in Weissenburg, um 1865, 20,5 x 29,5. Nicht bei Kiewitz; Nicht bei Ernst ( in Band II nur die spätere Fassung). Blick auf Berlin - Mitte ( der Betrachter "schwebt etwa" über der Friedrichstraße ). Die Straße "Unter den Linden" in der Bildmitte, rechts noch das Denkmal Friedrich des Großen, mittig - im Vordergrund - die Staatsbibliothek. Links der Lustgarten und der größte Teil der Museumsinsel.

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        Essais de Michel de Montaigne / avec les notes de tous les commentateurs choisies et completees par M. J.-V. Le Clerc ; precedee d'une nouvelle etude sur Montaigne par M. Prevost-Paradol [complete in 4 volumes]

      Paris : Garnier, 1865-66, 1865, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, New EditionVery good copies bound in contemporary leather-backed marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spines, with spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. Slight dust-dulling and rubbing to the spine bands and panel edges. Top edge gilt; marbled endpapers. Previous owner's bookplate verso ffep of each volume. Minor, scattered marginal foxing. Some water staining evident in vols. 2 and 3 - particulary to prelims of vol. 2. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Physical description: 4 v. frontis. (port., t.g., v.1) ; 24 cm. Subjects: Montaigne, Michel de (1533-1592) -- Essays -- French Renaissance -- French literature -- 16th century. Contents: Essais -- Correspondance -- Voyage en Allemagne et en Italie -- Theologie naturelle de Raymond Sebon -- Pieces additionnelles et documents biographiques-- La servitude volontaire. Language: French.

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        A Broadside Critical of Andrew Johnson's Southern Sympathies

      1865 - Broadside, "Ho! For the Salty Styx!". With image of Andrew Johnson piloting a boat named "Accidental President," with text beneath "Grand Excursion of the A n d y - J o h n s o n - Cooperhead-Reb-B & B Club." [Philadelphia], Ca. 1865. 5 x 4 1/4 in. Attacking Johnson's ascension to the presidency upon the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, and his conduct since taking office.

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        35 Gedenkblätter der Schweiz, das Schönste und Interessanteste aller Hauptorte darstellend, fein in Stahl gestochen. Basel, Krüsi, ca. 1865. Quer-4to. Titel., Inhalt und 35 Stahlstichtafeln. Lwd. d. Zt. mit Goldschnitt, gelockert und leicht beschabt.

      . . Dekorative Souvenirblätter, tlw. mit reichem Rankenwerk. Enthält Ansichten von Appenzell, Bad Ragaz, Basel, Bern, Chur, Einsiedeln, Frauenfeld, Fribourg, Genf, Glarus, Haslithal, Interlaken, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Lausanne, Lugano, Luzern, Neuchatel, Sankt Gallen, Schaffhausen, Solothurn, Vevey, Zürich u.a. - Minimal gebräunt und leicht fleckig. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

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        Die Laryngoskopie und die larngoskopische Chirurgie. (Text only)

      . Tübingen, H.Laupp, 1865, 8°, VIII, 442 pp., 1 lith. Tafel, mit eingebundener orig. Broschur im Halbleinenband der Zeit; Atlas mit 8 Tafeln fehlt.. Viktor von Bruns (1812-1883) claimed to have been the first to remove a tumour from the larynx with the aid of the laryngoscope. - Garrison & Morton No.3271

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        Letters to Various Persons

      NY: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. 1st edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Contains letters and poems. Owner's book plate. Binding is tight, pages are good. Boards are good, with wear to the extremities. The spine is badly chipped at the top, less so at the bottom and needs restoration. The book is Very Good; the binding is Fair.

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      PRUSSIA GERMANY 1865 - On offer is a superb Prussian Soldier's Militair-Paß [Military Pass] and handwritten record of participation in Prussian campaigns against Austria and France. for a man named Pässler who served in the Prussian Infantry. The pass states Pässler: Geboren am 17 Juli 1844 zu ____ bei Hollburg. Sixth Infantry Regiment, 11th Company. Apparently he took part in the famous battle at Königgrätz [Sadowa] in 1866 [research suggests he was with Herwath von Bittenfeld's advance to Dresden in the Kingdom of Saxony, where they easily defeated the Saxon army of 25,000 and then joined with the First Army]; served in Frankreich 1870-71; Beaumont, Verdun, Sedan, Paris. Includes 4+ pages: "Bestimmungen für Mannschaften der Reserve und Landwehr". Paper booklet with elaborate, elegant German calligraphy; lightly soiled, good. 15 pp. 8.5 x 17 cm. Overall G. 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall

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        Portraitpostkarte mit eigenh. Namenszug auf der Bildseite.

      O. O. u. D.. 8vo.. Aufnahme in ganzer Figur in Kostüm des Offiziers der portugiesischen Flotte "Vasco di Gama". Die Oper von Giacomo Meyerbeer "Die Afrikanerin" wurde am 28. April 1865 in Paris uraufgeführt. - Aufnahme von Breitkopf & Härtel in New York. Stärkere Knickspuren. Rückseitig Montagespuren.

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        La Traite L'émigration et la Colonisation au Brésil.

      A. LaCroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie, Paris 1865 - ix, 336, 2 pp. 8vo. Green buckram with original yellow wrappers bound in, gilt titles. "Extrait de la Revue du monde colonial, asiatique et americain." Expilly, who explains the details of emigration, was very critical of Brazil's treatment of slaves especailly away from the major population centers. Quite uncommon. Last at auction in 1978. Borba de Moraes I, 253. Leclerc 3203. Garraux p.103. Conrad: Brazilian Slavery 116. A very good or better copy, gilt accession numbers on spine, otherwise no further external or internal markings, original wrappers lightly soiled, small chip on corner of front wrapper professionally repaired, scattered foxing, new binding fine. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Miners! Laboring Men! Mechanics! Rally! Great Mass Meeting at Piper';s Opera House. Adolph Sutro Will Address the Citizens of Virginia City

      [Virginia City, NV], 1865. Very good. 17.25" x 23" broadside printed on cardboard, with portions completed in crayon or charcoal pencil. Some rubbing, a few water spots; very good. Announces a meeting organized to rally popular support and financing for the Sutro Tunnel. Adolph Sutro's proposed four-mile-long drainage tunnel would correct the flooding of the mines under Virginia City, saving pumping costs, allowing for deeper mining, and providing better ventilation and an additional means of egress. The Bank of California and other major mining interests opposed the tunnel, fearing it would decrease their control over the valuable resources of the Comstock Lode. The Bank succeeded in blocking much of Sutro's access to investors, and his plan appeared doomed to failure until the Yellow Jacket Mine Fire (April 1869) killed forty-five miners whose lives might have been spared had the tunnel been in place. Miners became interested in the issue, and the speech announced in this broadside proved to be a critical turning point. The Miners' Union voted to provide Sutro with $50,000 to start the job, and other funders soon followed their lead. The tunnel was successfully completed in 1878 and served as a model for drainage and access tunnels at many other mining sites. Sutro sold his interest in the tunnel the following year, departing a wealthy man for San Francisco, where he was elected Mayor in 1894.

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        Malay Ladies.

      Ca 1865 - An unmounted albumen photograph of a group of Malay women and children, with number and title at the lower left "158 Malay ladies". With the blind stamp for G. R. Lambert & Co., Singapore at the lower right. The entire group is seated, with most of the women weaving and working with cloth, with large panels of cloth erected as a backdrop. Lambert & Co. were commercial photographers in Singapore, 1867 - c. 1914. Founded by the German-born Gustave Richard Lambert (b.1846), the firm was by the end of the 19th century the largest and most successful studio in South-East Asia, maintaining branches at various times in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, and Sumatra. It was appointed photographer to the king of Siam in 1880 and was also extensively patronized by the British colonial authorities to record political occasions and official visits. Although Lambert's personal presence in Singapore was sporadic, under the management of Alexander Koch the studio assembled the most extensive photographic documentation of the area, with a catalogue of views covering almost the entire Malay archipelago. - The Oxford Companion to the Photograph. 7 1/2 x 10". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Milwaukee, WI: Starr & Son, 1865. Nineteen pages of preliminary advertisement lettered A-O, followed by [vi] pages of preliminary text, followed by text numbered [79]-[343]. Boards are also illustrated with advertisement; boards are soiled, stained, and rubbed, with minor warping. Leather spinestrip is lacking, textblock remains solid (though cracked at several locations) and the boards are hanging on by threads. Damp-staining to margins of first and last several pages, and a small stain affects the top margin of most pages, not affecting text. Top corner is rounded about two thirds of the way through text. In need of rebacking. Milwaukee Directory.. First Edition. Hardcover. Good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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      London: Longman, Green and Co., 1865. Edited by Lady Theresa Lewis. 6 vols. 3 volumes extended to 6 by the insertion of 206 extra plates. Various pagination. Hardcover. 8vo size. Full crushed brown morocco. Gilt spines tooled in compartments with floral art nouveau motif. Boards double ruled in gilt. Board edges gilt, with gilt turn-ins. Top edges gilt. A spectacular set inside and out. Near fine/No jacket issued. (Multiple volumes - extra shipping charges apply) (Insurance required to ship this item).

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        CRÓNICA GENERAL DE ESPAÑA, o Sea Historia Ilustrada y Descriptiva de sus Provincias. Crónica de la Provincia de Navarra por Julio Nombela. Crónica de la Provincia de Guipúzcoa por Fernando Fulgosio. Crónica de la Señoría de Vizcaya por Francsico Rodríguez García. Crónica de la Provincia de Alava por José Bisso.

      Ribo, Grilo y Vitturi / Aquiles Ronchi, Madrid 1865 - 1ª ed. 22x32. 112pp. (mapa, 5 de 6 litografías, grabados entre texto) + 80pp. (mapa, 3 de 4 litografías, grabados entre texto) + 164pp. (mapa, 9 litografías, grabados entre texto) + 78pp. 1h. (mapa, 4 litografías, grabados entre texto). Holandesa piel puntas. Discreta picadura marginal en la primera parte del libro. Algunas huellas de óxido, pero buen ejemplar. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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        unter den Befehlen des Commodore B. v. Wüllerstorf-Urbair. ZOOLOGISCHER THEIL.

      Wien 1865-1869. 14 parts bound in 9 volumes. 4to (280 x 225mm). With 88 (8 coloured) lithographed plates. Publisher's gilt pictorial cloth (spines renewed). The almost complete zoological section, lacking the Lepidoptera part, of this famous Austrian expediton. It contains the following monographs: Zelebor, J. Säugethiere; Pelzeln, A. v. Vögel; Steindachner, F. Reptilien; Steindachner, F. Amphibien; Kner, R. Fische; Redtenbacher, L. Coleopteren; Saussure H. de. Hymenoptera; Mayr, G.L. Formicidae; Bauer, F. Neuropteren; Schiner, J.R. Diptera; Mayr, G.L. Hemiptera; Heller, C. Crustaceen; Grube, E. Anneliden; Frauenfeld, G.v. Mollusken. 'This important voyage to the Pacific was the only official Austrian scientific expedition ever to circumnavigate the globe. The Archduke Maximilian of Austria (1832-1867), who was later to become the Emperor of Mexico, was the patron of this expedition as he was commander in chief of the Austrian fleet' (Hill p. 513). The frigate Novara was under command of Baron von Wüllerstorf-Urbair. The best specialists of the time were commissioned by the Austrian Royal Academy to write the volumes which would result from the voyage. Among the places visited are Rio de Janeiro, Cape of Good Hope, Sydney, Tahiti, Valparaiso, Hong-Kong, Singapore, Java, Manila, and Shanghai. //Nissen ZBI, 4750.

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        Le Verger, ou histoire, culture, et description avec planches coloriées des variétés des fruit le plus généralement connues.

      Paris, G. Masson, (1865-1872). 8 volumes. Royal-8vo. With 384 chromolithographed plates, partly finished by hand, containing 702 figures. Contemporary half morocco, gilt lettering on spines. Nissen BBI, 1295 (giving a wrong collation). One of the rarest pomological works published in the 19th century. The volumes are divided as follows: I. Les poires d'hiver; II. Poires d'été; III. Poires d' automne; IV. Poires tardives; V. Poires precoces; VI. Prunes; VII. Pêche; VIII. Cerises et Abricoses. The aprocots were planned as volume IX but finally incorporated in volume VIII. The fine plates were lithographed by Adolphe Lefèvre, Felix Grabowski a.o. Some plates have the imprint: 'Colorié par Mme Lefranc. Each figure is accompanied by a leaf with descriptive text and reference to the latest literature. A good copy with the bookplate of Sir Thomas Neame.

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        Le grand voyage du pays des Hurons (2 volumes)

      Librairie Tross 1865 - Quart de reliure cuir, plats marbrés, quatre faux nerfs et dorure au dos. Dominoterie et ex-libris en pages de garde. Cuir vert décoloré au dos. Sinon très bel état. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1865 - [AMERICANA - 19th CENTURY EPHEMERA] AMERICAN COW MILKER MACHINE POSTER, ORIGINAL. Buffalo, NY: Express Printing Company for the American Cow Milking Machine Co. [n.d. ca. 1865]. 42 x 26 3/4 inches. Woodblock printing: Boldest typeface measures 10 inches tall. L. O. Colvin's "American Cow Milker" was patented in 1860 as the first use of teat cups with a vacuum. The milker was used in England, but the constant vacuum pressure caused problems with the cows' teats. He sold the patent in England for about $5,000, after selling over 1,500 machines. He continued to make improvements and was more successful in America where this undated broadside was published. "Triumphant Success | The Most Important and Valuable Invention of the 19th Century" proclaims the headline; the company is seeking business men to invest/sell the machines; the farmer is being courted. "A sure cure for aching hands & kicking cows." Several archival tape repairs to reverse with no loss of text. Heavy newsprint stock, printed in black. A few small closed tears to edges, and some light foxing. Very good overall. We have located a smaller version of this advertisement, but none this size.

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        "Our origin, dangers and duties. The annual address before the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Monrovia, July 26, 1865, the day of national independence; and repeated on Tuesday, August 1, 1865, at Caldwell, St. Paul's River"

      New York: "John A. Gray & Green, printers". 1865. "First edition, 8vo, pp. 42; original cream printed wrappers; minor soiling, else fine.& & Blyden (1832-1912) was the first Liberian to visit Lebanon where he went to study Arabic in the cause of pan-Africanism. He was born in the West Indies and later hailed from Sierra Leone. At various points in his career he was the president of Liberia College, was Liberian Secretary of State, Minister of the Interior, and Minister to Britain. Between 1850 and 1896 he visited the United States eight times. & & ""Blyden was easily the most learned and articulate champion of Africa and the Negro race in his own time. To his educated Negro contemporaries his achievements as litterateur, educator, theologian, politician, statesman, diplomat and explorer, were the most convincing refutation of the oft- repeated white charges of Negro inferiority. His teachings, incessantly propounded, that Negros had a history and a culture of which they could be proud, and that with the help New World Negros a progressive civilization could be built in Africa, gave members of his race a new pride and hope, and inspired succeeding generations of African nationalists and New World Negro leaders"" (Hollis R. Lynch, Edward Wilmot Blyden: Pan-Negro Patriot, Oxford University Press, 1967).& & Eight copies in OCLC: AAS, Harvard, Penn, NYPL, Rochester, Emory, Cornell, and LC."

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        Braunschweiger Tageblatt und Beilage zum Braunschweiger Tageblatt. Hier No. 1. 1866 Montag den 1. Januar 1866 bis No. 144. Donnerstag den 31. Mai 1866 komplett in einem Buch gebunden !

      Braunschweig, Braunschweiger Tageblatt Erpeditions-Local Bohlweg No. Achtundvierzig, 1865.. . 2°, ca. 800 Seiten, Halbleineneinband der Zeit - Einband leicht ber. sonst sehr guter Zustand - 1865. Selten ! a79650

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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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        Autograph Letter Signed to Sir Henry [Holland (1788-1873, physician)], 2 pages 8vo, 15 Stratford Place, oxford Street, 13 May 1865.

      - Inviting him to view the pictures that Lear had brought back with him for his travels. '. I was very sorry to find, by your card sent out to me at Nice, that you had called last December when I was away: the more that I had had a picture of Jo\'c3\'a1nnina I believe you would have liked to see, & which I regretted I had not asked you to come & look at, before it went away to Mr. Fairbairn who purchased it.'Lear probably painted several pictures of the landscape of Joannina in Greece.

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      KURRACHEE [KARACHI] PAKISTAN 1865 - On offer is a super handwritten manuscript 1865 diary of a Major [George Lynedoch] Carmichael [Smythe], [b. December 8, 1831 - d. January 29, 1903], of the 95th Regiment of Foot [Derbyshire] serving in Kurrachee [Karachi, Pakistan] as evidence by the holograph entry to the calendar at the front. A slip of ephemera being a loose slip relating to "Major Carmichael, 95th Regiment" being further confirmation. This is an amazing relic of British Colonial times at a superbly interesting time in Pakistan for an Officer of the famed Regiment. Various manuscript entries largely of a financial nature eg "Paid Fatigue Party for Porter - £2-1", "Drew for Company Pds. 400" but a number of other notes including an alphabet translation of an unidentified language but most probably local to Karachi and one particular section full page section written in another language we are not able to decipher. Married to Eva Saunders. BIO NOTES: Lt.-Col. George Lynedoch Carmichael was baptised with the name of George Lynedoch Carmichael Smythe. He was educated at Harrow School, Harrow on the Hill, London, England. His name was legally changed to George Lynedoch Carmichael by Royal Licence. He fought in the Crimean War. He was decorated with the award of Order of Medjidie (5th Class). He was decorated with the award of Chevalier, Legion of Honour. He fought in the Indian Mutiny, where he was mentioned in despatches. He gained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the 95th Regiment. He held the office of Chief Constable of Worcestershire between 1871 and 1903. Thin card covers, good illustrated advertisement for Ransomes & Sims Agricultural Machinery, Ipswich to the back. With the original advertising inserts (8pp [Thurston & Co., Billiard Tables, Hobb's Locks etc.] & 4pp Royal Insurance Company). Some losses to the backstrip, some soiling, marks & rubs to the covers, creases & losses to two corners. The contents are slightly toned, with light foxing, small creases to the corners. Thirty two pages have handwritten entries from simple notes of finance or wages to more detailed weeks. Some losses to the blotting paper leaves, which have been well used. Otherwise clean & complete. Size: 24.5cm by 19cm. Overall G. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

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