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        Shakespeare in deutscher Sprache.

      Georg Bondi, Berlin. Leder Tadellos. Komplette Ausgabe in 10 Bänden Alle Bände unpaginiert. Erste neun Bände in unverletztem Ganzleder (Schweinsleder) , blindgeprägt, Buchschnitt rundum marmoriert, Vor-/ Nachsatz Papier mit goldgeprägten Zierbordüren. Jeder Band mit illustriertem Doppeltitel, Initalen und Texteinrahmung von Jugendstil-Künstler Melchior Lechter. Klare lateinische Schrift auf hochwertigem Büttenpapier gedruckt. Zehnter Band : Gemusterter Hartkarton, Lederecken, Lederrücken, blindgeprägt, Buchschnitt rundum marmoriert ebenfalls mit illustriertem Doppeltitel, Initalen und Texteinrahmung von Melchior Lechter (1865 - 1937), deutscher Maler, Buchgrafiker, Schriftsteller, Ästhet. +++ Inhalt: BAND I (1908) : Coriolanus. Julius Caesar. Antonius und Cleopatra. BAND II (1909) : Romeo und Julia. Othello. Der Kaufmann von Venedig. BAND III (1909) : König Johann, König Richard der II. ,König Heinrich der IV., erster Teil . BAND IV (1910 ) : König Heinrich der IV., zweiter Teil. König Heinrich der V., König Heinrich der VI., erster Teil . BAND V (1910) : König Heinrich der V.I, zweiter Teil. König Heinrich der VI., dritter Teil. König Richard der III .Rücken minimal verdunkelt, kleine Kratzspuren auf vorderem Buchdeckel jedoch solide und sehr ordentlich. BAND VI (1911) : Verlorene Liebesmueh. Die beiden Veroneser. Die Komödie der Irrungen. Der Widerspenstigen Zaehmung. BAND VII (1911) : Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor. Viel Lärm um Nichts. Ende gut, alles gut. Wie es euch gefällt. BAND VIII (1913) : Was ihr wollt. Mass für Mass. Troilus und Cressida. Timon von Athen. BAND IX (1914) : Hamlet. Macbeth. König Lear. BAND X (1918) : Ein Sommernachtstraum. Cymbelin. Das Wintermärchen. Der Sturm. +++ Eine wunderschöne vollständige, illustrierte Ausgabe in reiner Jugendstil- Ausstattung..+++ 16 x 28 cm, 9,2 kg.

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        Theorie der Bewegung der Himmelskörper welche in Kegelschnitten die Sonne umlaufen (Theoria Motus Coporum Coelestium in Sectionibus Conicis Solem Ambientium. Auctore Carolo Friderico Gauss.) Ins Deutsche übertragen von Carl Haase, Königlich Hannoverschem Kriegsrathe, Mitgliede der Astronomischen Gesellschaft. Mit einem Anhange, sowie einer photographischen Abbildung des Gauss'schen Geburtshauses in Braunschweig und dem Facsimile der Gauss'schen lateinischen und deutschen Handschrift.

      Hannover: Verlag Carl Meyer 1865.. XVI, 279 Seiten plus Tabellarische Uebersicht A-F [der lateinischen Druckfehler] plus 72 Seiten Anhang, Fadenheftung, Format 21,5 x 27 cm, privater Leinenband der Zeit mit Rückentitel in Golddruck.. * Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz der Besitzvermerk mit Tinte "Hermann Leitzmann / stud. astron." Erhaltung: Die Rückenkanten waren beidseitig durchgehend eingerissen, d.h. der Rücken ist lose ist aber komplett und auch schön rund geformt. Er könnte ggfs. für eine Rückenerneuerung wiederverwendet werden. Der Buchblock ist fest zusammen und die längere Schnittkante gut gerundet, d.h. für einen neuen Einband müßte der Buchblock nicht aufgebunden werden. Der Bucblock ist sauber, fleckenlos u. ohne Eintragungen. Somit ist der lose Rücken der einzige echte Mangel, der im Preis berücksichtigt wurde. Sehr seltene Ausgabe.

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        Travels and researches in Crete. In two volumes

      London: John van Voorst 1865 - *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily REDUCED until Sunday, Feb. 22 as part of our Abebooks sale* first edition; 2 volumes , xii, [1], 387 + ix, [1], 435 pp., folding color frontis. in the first volume, single-page color frontis. in the second, plates, color folding map in each volume, illustrations within the text; original gilt & blind stamped brick colored cloth, book plate to each front paste down, spines frayed, else very good. Photos available upon request.

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        Asia: Persian Gulf.

      London, Admiralty, 1865. - 65.5 x 102 cm. Engraved chart of the Arabian Gulf with inset maps of "Abu Thabi", "Khaur Fakan", Charak, Hanjam, El Kais and Kasm. Including tidal information, compass roses, soundings, sandbanks and coastal profiles. First published in 1862, large corrections in September 1865. Signs of contemporary use. Tooley IV, 217. Cf. Henze I, 636. Tooley I, 293. Not in the Al Ankary or Al-Qasimi collections

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        Müllerröschen oder Die Erscheinung auf der Blutbrücke

      Pirna, J. Berthold (Dresden, Druck von Ferdinand Thomas), ca. 1865.. Mit 12 prächtig kolorierten lithograph. Tafeln. 444 S., 1 Bl. HLwd. d. Zt. Nicht im KVK, für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. - Offensichtlich sehr seltener und recht früher deutscher Kriminalroman. - 2 Bll. mit Randbeschädigung und etwas Papierverlust, den Text nicht tangierend. Insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar!

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        Impressions from Wood Blocks Engraved by Thomas Bewick and Others, Formerly in the Possession of Messrs. T. and J. Hodgson.

      Newcastle upon Tyne 1865 - Quarto. Title page + 44 ff. Contains the impressions of 391 woodcuts by Thomas Bewick and others. A pencilled note on the title page verso indicates that 20 copies of this book were printed "before being sent to Rev. T Hugo." In the Supplement to his Bewick Collector, Hugo states that "twelve copies were taken off for Mr. Hodgson, before he disposed of the Blocks to me." Either number points to the rarity of this title, which has not been for sale at auction in forty years. With the Bewick bookplate of John Creswell, a Newcastle dweller and avid Bewick collector. In contemporary quarter morocco and marbled boards which show very minor rubbing and wear to extremities. (Hugo 4408; Not in Tattersfield) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Musikzitat mit U.

      Breslau, 23. XI. 1865.. 1 S. Qu.-Folio.. Schönes, großformatiges Widmungsblatt: acht Takte "Adagio" für den Breslauer Landschaftsmaler und Hofphotographen Robert Weigelt (1815-79). - Piatti war von 1859 bis 1898 Erster Cellist und Solist der Pariser Samstags- und Montagskonzerte und unternahm ausgedehnte Konzertreisen ins Ausland.

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        THE DRAMATIC WORKS OF MASSINGER AND FORD

      London: George Routledge and Sons. 1865. Beautifully bound by Riviere in full tree calf with decorative tooling and five raised bands to the spine. Gilt titles, borders and inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. 24 x 16.5 cms. Engraved frontispiece and title page vignette. Neat previous owner?'s bookplate to the top left corner of front pastedown. A fine copy. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Correspondance scientifique et littéraire recueillie, publiée et précédée d'une notice et d'une introduction par M. de la Roquette

      First Edition. Binding Editor in full green buckram bottle back with four ornate coffered nerves cold upper cover rubbed, frames and interlacing threads Cold dishes, coats of arms of Napoleon III gilt in the center of the first flat, medallion representing a golden crown and palms framing the inscriptions Paris and Academy Award-around the center of the second course, liners and guards moire paper eagle, gilt edges, contemporary binding. Book ornamented head, two engraved portraits of Humboldt and fac simile of one of his letters, figures interspersed throughout the text. End of the volume, we find a biography correspondents Humboldt, notes and table. Rare. Ducrocq Paris 1865 14x22cm relié

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        Histoires grotesques et sérieuses

      First edition of the French translation by Charles Baudelaire and why he did not come from large papers. Binding eggplant half calf, spine past five bands set with ornate golden croisilllons caisson to the grotesque, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, contemporary binding. Virtually free copy pleasant freckles. Original in elegant period-binding, which is rare because most copies were modestly related to the period. Michel Lévy Paris 1865 11x18cm relié

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        Bouts rimés

      First Edition.Bound in half burgundy morocco corners, smooth back with a gold cartridge embellished with golden arabesques, date and place golden tail, wheels Cold caps, gilt frame on flat marbled paper, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, two corners lightly bumped, two small nicks on the edges without gravity, covers preserved, writing with a pen on the first and last guard binding, top edge gilt.Signed autograph from the author on a slip.Some minor foxing.  Librairie du Petit Journal Paris 1865 12x18,5cm relié

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        La poésie et son avenir : Discours prononcé par M. Amédée Méreaux en réponse au discours de M. Simonin (1865 et la poésie)

      First Edition. Very rare copy from the library of Gustave Flaubert, under the reference number 22 in the sale of the estate of Mrs. Franklin Grout Flaubert November 18, 1931 Bel sending autograph. "To the author of Madame Bovary and Salaambo Cordial tribute to his admirer. " Small tear and small spot without gravity affecting a slice. Small repaired tear in foot back without missing. Famous composer and musician Jean-Amédée Lefroid of Méreaux (1802-1874) was a pupil of Reicha and pianist Duke of Bordeaux, virtuoso Paris, London, Rouen (where he died) and musicologist. Read about the beautiful tribute biography of Marmontel: "... In 1832, he executed several times with a pair of Chopin's composition to pre Clerics (...) In 1835, Méreaux renounced his eventful life . virtuoso bind to Rouen, where he quickly won universal sympathy (...) admitted to the Académie des Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts of Rouen, in 1858, he was named president of the Society in 1865, this honor very rarely awarded to a musician, was a double tribute to nature as to scholarship of the artist. (...) The interior [of the Legion of Honor] of this learned composer, this eminent critic , this erudite scholar, who was both president of the Academy of Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts of Rouen and vice president of scientific and archaeological conference held in Rouen under the chairmanship of M. de Caumont, decoration Méreaux, I say, was greeted with enthusiasm in the city of adoption of this distinguished artist. A banquet was offered to him in which took friends, students Amedee Méreaux, artistic and literary notables, among which we mention MM . Clogenson, Honorary Advisor, Bouilhet, Gustave Flaubert, Lucien Dautresme Charles Vervoitte. (...) The name of Amédée Méreaux remain among those teachers whose whole life is a noble example and teaching. "(Marmontel). Highly sought after, the works of Flaubert library is a badge rarity. Imprimerie de H. Boissel Rouen 1865 14,5x23cm broché

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        Histoires grotesques et sérieuses.

      First edition of the translation by Charles Baudelaire and for which he was not drawn large papers.Binding half black shagreen, back with four nerves set with blind fillets and decorated with gilded florets, marbled paper plates, small rips on the cuts, contemporary binding.A clear wetting headless severity of the first leaf. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1865 11x18cm relié

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        The Imperial Atlas, Blackie, ca.1865

      Blackie, W.G: The Imperial Atlas; An extensive series of maps, embracing the most recent discoveries and the latest political divisions of territory in all parts of the world. Compiled and engraved from the most authentic sources. London. Blackie & Sons. nd but c.a.1865. Folio, 13 x 15 ins (approx 300mm x 390mm). Pp [29 with index], 124, lacks title. 100 full page and double page engraved world maps with hand colouring outline, very minor browning in some blank margins. Drawn and engraved by J. W. Lowry and others. Original half morocco gilt, slight rubbing, marbled end papers. A very unusual feature regarding this atlas is the number of islands shown eg. Celebes, Borneo, Philippine Islands, Windward Islands, Leeward Islands and others, each full page. Complete with all 100 maps, missing title page otherwise in very good condition.

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        Capitoline hill].

      c 1865 - Albumen print. Good tonal range and in good condition, pasted on original mount. Dimensions: 270 by 375mm. (10.5 by 14.75 inches).

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        Life of James Mars, A Slave Born and Sold in Connecticut. Written by Himself

      Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood & Company. 1865. Second edition (first published in 1864). Stitched wrappers. 36pp. Creases and short tear on the front wrap, a very good copy of this fragile and uncommon narrative. .

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        Eigenh. Brief m. Unterschrift.

      Genf, 6. IV. 1865.. 1 S., 8°.. An den österr. Chemiker u. Mineralogen Anton Schrötter von Kristelli (1802-1875). - Vogt wirkte nach seiner Einbürgerung in der Schweiz als Reformer der Universität Genf. Im Materialismusstreit war Vogt ein wesentlicher Vertreter des naturwissenschaftlichen Materialismus. Er trat entschieden für Darwins Evolutionstheorie ein und wird von diesem in der Einleitung seines Buchs "Die Abstammung des Menschen und die geschlechtliche Zuchtwahl" namentlich erwähnt. --- Der in Olmütz geborene Anton Schrötter, Sohn eines Apothekers, studierte ab 1822 zunächst auf Wunsch seines Vaters in Wien Medizin, wechselte dann aber unter dem Einfluss von Friedrich Mohs zu den naturwissenschaftlichen Fächern, speziell der Mineralogie. 1827 erhielt er eine Assistentenstelle für Physik und Mathematik an der Universität Wien. 1830 wurde er Professor für Physik und Chemie am Technischen Institut Joanneum in Graz. Während eines halbjährigen Urlaubs im Jahre 1838 besuchte er chemische Institute in Göttingen, Heidelberg, Frankfurt und Paris. In Gießen machte er sich bei Justus von Liebig mit der organischen Elementaranalyse vertraut. Ab 1843 arbeitete er als Professor für technische Chemie am Polytechnischen Institut der Universität Wien und übernahm dort 1845 die Professur für allgemeine Chemie. Schrötter war neben Baumgartner, Ettingshausen und Haidinger einer der Begründer der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien und wurde 1850 ihr Generalsekretär. Die Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina wählte Schrötter 1856 zu ihrem Mitglied. Ab 1868 leitete er das österreichische Hauptmünzamt und wurde gleichzeitig zum Ministerialrat ernannt. Er wurde 1874 in den Ruhestand versetzt und eröffnete in seiner Wohnung ein Privatlaboratorium, in dem er Studien über Edelmetalle betrieb. 1875 starb er in Wien. Schrötter hat in seinem Leben ca. 60 wissenschaftliche Publikationen verfasst. Ab 1845 beschäftigte Schrötter sich intensiv mit Phosphor. 1848 gelang ihm der Nachweis der schon von Berzelius geäußerten Vermutung, dass roter Phosphor eine allotrope Modifikation des weißen Phosphors, nicht aber eine Phosphorverbindung ist. Schrötter wandelte weißen Phosphor durch Erhitzen in roten um, den man zeitweise Schrötterschen Phosphor nannte. Sein Verfahren zur Darstellung desselben revolutionierte die Streichholzindustrie, wo roter Phosphor schon bald als Bestandteil der Reibflächen genutzt wurde. Er war ein Organisator in Industrie und Wissenschaft sowie Berater bei den Vorbereitungen zur Novara-Expedition und zur Österreich-Ungarischen Nordpolexpedition. -

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        Life of James Mars, A Slave Born and Sold in Connecticut. Written by Himself

      Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood & Company. 1865. Second edition (first published in 1864). Stitched wrappers. 36pp. Creases and short tear on the front wrap, a very good copy of this fragile and uncommon narrative. .

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        Landschaft, Sagen, Geschichte und Monumentales der Rhein-Provinz. In Farbendruck ausgeführt in der Lith. Anstalt von R. Reiss in Düsseldorf

      . Reymann, Düsseldorf, 1865. 24 lithographierte Blätter (von 27), Maße: ca. 80 cm x 63 cm, (durchgehend stockfleckig und randfleckig/einige Randläsuren). - Enthalten: 21 Rheinansichten: I. Abtheil. Von Cleve bis Coblenz / Zweite Abtheilung. Von Coblenz bis Bingen / Ahrthal / Engersau / Oberlahnstein, Rhense / Siebengebirge / Sanct Goar/ Remagen / Oberwesel / Trier / Nahe und Saar / Lurleifelsen / Maifeld / Eifel / Cleve / Cöln / Berg / Aachen / Burg Rheinstein / Ende. Valete / Stolzenfels / Bonn / sowie 2 Titelblätter und 1 Widmungsblatt an Königin Augusta von Preußen, Herzogin von Sachsen / Caspar Johann Nepomuk Scheuren war deutscher Maler und Illustrator. Er galt als ein Vertreter der Düsseldorfer Malerschule. Seine Bilder behandeln meist den Rhein und seine Romantik / sehr farbenprächtige großformatige und seltene Blattfolge -

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        The Works of Laurence Sterne:

      London - Henry G. Bohn, 1865 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of the writings of Laurence Sterne, including his novel, Tristram Shandy. Bookplate of Stanley Leighton to front pastedown. With an engraved frontispiece and title page. Bound by Bicker's and Son (ink stamp to front endpaper). Condition: In blue calf bindings. Externally, sound, though with some marks and rubbing. Some sunning to the spine and front board also. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, though with some spotting and a few handling marks. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Archive collection of Elfego Baca Material

      Various. Paper/Ephermera. Very Good. Small archive of material related to the activities of Elfego Baca, (February 10, 1865 - August 27, 1945). Baca was a gunman, lawman, lawyer, detective and politician in and around Socorro, NM from the 1880's thru the 1930's. Any one of his vocations might had led him to fame but his legend was sealed early in his career because of the Frisco Shootout, or Baca's Battle of 1884. Baca, quite likely a self-deputized deputy sheriff, arrested a cowboy for drunkenness, which led to the death of a fellow cowboy. Hot heads prevailed and legend has it over 80 cowboys surrounded the house Baca holed up and laid siege for over 30 hours firing hundreds if not thousands of shots at the house. Baca survived this punishment and indeed killed four of his attackers. Upon surrender a trial acquitted Baca of murder leaving him later to become sheriff of Socorro County, a U.S. Marshall, county clerk, mayor and school superintendent of Socorro County, and district attorney for Socorro and Sierra counties. Leon Metz, his biographer states, "Elfego was, and is, controversial. He drank too much; talked too much ... he had a weakness for wild women. He was often arrogant and, of course, he showed no compunction about killing people." Archival material includes: -Tintype of Baca with handwritten provenance. Circa 1881 -Subpoena to appear at Baca's murder trial for Josepha Armijo dated April 18th, 1885. -Legal notice from 1894 when Baca was probate clerk in Socorro County. -Certificade de Nombraumiento (Certificate of Appointment) signed by Baca as witness, April 1894 -Mortgage signed by Baca as Recorder of Socorro county, NM with promissory note, February, 1895 -Letterhead of La Opinion Publica, Official Spanish Paper of Bernalillo County. Elfego Baca President. Typed letter to Judge M.C. Mechem, signed by manager J.R. McGuinness. October 1911. -Plea of abatement signed by Baca as Attorney for Defendant, 1913 -TLS to Judge Mechem signed by Baca on his letterhead as Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 1913. -Another TLS to same dated 1914. -Campaign brochure for Elfego Baca for Judge of the Second Judicial district of Bernalillo and Sandoval counties, no date. One digital copy found in OCLC at University of New Mexico. -Brochure for the Baca Detective Agency, no date. No copies found in OCLC. -Business card for Baca as attorney in Albuquerque, NM, no date. -TLS regarding infamous murder trial in 1938 on Baca letterhead. Baca was hired to defend Wilbur Cassidy of the fatal shooting and mutilation of 'raven-haired Rose Garcia'. With related news clipping and 2 copies of an unrecorded song written about Garcia titled Corrido De Rosita Garcia. -Prospectus for the book "Law and Order, Ltd. The Rousing Life of Elfego Baca of New Mexico. -Baca's Battle by V.B. Beckett, 1 of 800 copies signed. Photos upon request.

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        Bildnis des Schriftstellers Charles Baudelaire (1821-Paris-1867), Büste nach links.

      1865. Radierung, 1865, auf Chinabütten. 9,6:8 cm. Mit der Adresse des Druckers A. Salmon.n Literatur: Harris 61, V. - Einer von 50 Frühdrucken auf Chinabütten vor der Auflage für Charles Asselineaus Buch "Charles Baudelaire, sa vie et son oeuvre". Hervorragender und vollrandiger Abdruck! Baudelaire verband mit dem Maler und Radierer Edouard Manet seit 1856 eine innige Freundschaft..

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        Only a few months after Appomattox Longstreet complains of the injury to his hand sustained at the Wilderness: <i>"a crippled a[r]m cramps me very much, and I [cann]ot but feel that it has a tenden[cy t]o cramp my ideas, or the expression of them also," </i>while seeking a pardon for a fellow confederate. He would do this by writing to General Grant

      Autograph Letter Signed,"James Longstreet," 1 page, 8" x 10" in pencil, Macon, Mississippi, August 30, 1865, to former Confederate Major Thomas Klugh Jackson, concerning his difficulty in composing a letter to General Ulysses Grant seeking a pardon on his behalf. Losses affecting several words in text expertly in-filled, expected folds, else good condition. Longstreet writes in full: "I have written you letter in pencil but cannot use a pen with my left hand. Nor have I any one to call upon to copy it with ink that [I] may sign it. I therefore en[close] it to you [not present] that you may get some friend to [p]ut it in ink and send it up for my signatu[r]e. I would also suggest that you s[u]b[m]it the letter to Judge Beauchamp and get [h]im to add to it or take from it anything [t]hat have a tendency to help you. Writing [w]ith my left hand and a crippled a[r]m cramps me very much, and I [cann]ot but feel that it has a tenden[cy t]o cramp my ideas, or the expression of them also[.]" Longstreet was writing with his left hand as his right arm had been temporarily paralyzed following a wound he received at the Battle of the Wilderness in May 1864. Although he rejoined Lee's Army of Northern Virginia within several months (learning to ride a horse with his left hand), he did not regain the use of his right hand for several years after the war's conclusion. Because of his temporary handicap, Longstreet requested that Jackson have someone copy his letter in ink and return to him for his signature. Jackson did just that, and when Longstreet's final letter reached Grant in October 1865, the general endorsed the recommendation to the Attorney General, requesting that a "pardon be speedily granted..." to Jackson. After which Grant went a step further and endorsed Longstreet's arguments advocating clemency for officers who had resigned their commissions at the opening of the war: "I think it is now time when some pardons should be extended to officers who left the old Army. As a rule they are a class who will keep any obligation...." In his letter, Longstreet had observed that when he had resigned his own commission at the start of the war, "I asked some officers from the northern states, who advised me not to resign, whether they would resign if their states had done a mine had done. They invariably admitted that they would return to their states. Yet all of these officers have served in your army during the war and some with considerable distinction. And are accepted as the truest and bravest in your great army. Let me appeal to you then to determine whether there is justice or honor in pursuing a fellow for whose only crime is error of judgment, and who now sues for pardon. Besides, it is my humble opinion that the terms granted by you at the surrender of Genl. Lee, extended, to all of us, the benefits of the Amnesty Proclamation of President Lincoln of 1863. Those terms were approved by President Lincoln and are therefore irrevocable." Unfortunately for Jackson, the pardon was delayed for several months as his case languished amidst the crush of other amnesty claims. Finally, on February 14, 1867, Attorney General Henry Stanbery recommended that Jackson be pardoned. President Johnson granted the pardon the following day. (NARA M619. Letters received by the Adjutant General's Office, 1860-70, during and after the Civil War period. Roll 0032, File J85, NARA Cat ID: 300368). A copy of Grant's endorsement, together with a copy of Longstreet's final letter are included for reference. James Longstreet and Ulysses Grant were fellow West Point classmates, both graduating in 1843. Following school, the two remained close, serving together for sometime at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. A few years on, Longstreet attended Grant's 1848 wedding in St. Louis. During the Civil War, Grant and Longstreet faced each other at the Wilderness in 1864 where the latter received the wound to his right arm. Following the war Longstreet remained close to Grant endorsing him for president in 1868 (and attending his inauguration) and earning the distinction of the only former senior Confederate officer to join the Republican Party. Thomas Klugh Jackson (1828-1902), born and raised in South Carolina, entered the United States Military Academy at West Point in July 1844 receiving his second lieutenant's commission in 1849. He served in several posts including Texas and New Mexico, including service with the U.S. Boundary Commission and the 8th U.S. Infantry (where he served alongside Longstreet). Rising to first lieutenant in 1855, he did a brief stint at West Point teaching infantry tactics before moving to Texas where he worked as a recruiter. At the outbreak of the war, Jackson obtained commission from the State of South Carolina and resigned his U.S. commission on April 1, 1861. During the Civil War he served as Albert Sidney Johnston's chief commissary before being captured at Fort Donelson. Following his exchange, Jackson continued service as a commissary first in Gainesville, Alabama and later in Grenada Mississippi. Following the war he settled in Gainesville as a merchant and a farmer.

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

      CAPE COD1865; 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!!!Great For any Travel Fan or of the Famous Author or Collector.  Great Gift Idea; One of Only 1,650/2,000 Copies Printed; Listing for over $7,000.00!!!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!!!

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        California Whaling Scene Manuscript. Entitled: "A Lively Whaling Scene"

      n.p., [n.d., circa 1865] - Unique remembrance of the California whaling scene, about the Santa Barbara Islands and a charming period vignette abroad the Minerva An account of Commer's sailor-friend, who landed a whale in front of a group of "pretty girls" on another boat. "-But the ladies had seen enough of whaling, and it was their unanimous opinion that any further lesson would be superfluous. They had passed the initiatory ordeal, and would stop right there!" Small 4to. Clearly written in graphite on 19 pages, bound with string through two top holes. In crimson cloth chemise with author's name mispelled. Browning throughout of text, some wear to binding holes, creases and losses to pages, especially front page [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Coleoptera Atlantidum, being an enumeration of the coleopterous insects of the Madeiras, Salvages, and Canaries.

      - London, John van Voorst, 1865. Thick 8vo. xlvii, 526, 140 pp., one engraved map. Publisher's blind-stamped cloth with gilt title on the spine.l The first monograph on the beetles of what is collectively known as the northern Macaronesian islands in the temperate-subtropical North Atlantic. The material was mostly collected by the author. As could be expected from rather isolated island-faunas most species described in this work are endemic. Thomas Vernon Wollaston (1822-1878) FLS published a series of eight island faunal studies, the others being on the insects of Madeira (published in 1854), the Coleoptera of Madeira in the British Museum (1857), ditto those of the Canaries (1864), and those of the Cape Verde Islands (1867), on the landshells of the Atlantic islands (1878), and on the variation of species, with especial reference to the insecta (1858). The last mentioned paper in particular is an important contribution to evolution. However, Wollaston, concluded from his researches that species were created under a divine plan to best suit local circumstances. Published in the year previous to Darwin's "On the origin of species", it was kindly received by Darwin. In turn, Wollaston, who could not shed his religious beliefs, published quite a negative review of Darwin's work.Thereafter sympathy between both men although working on much the same subject deteriorated slowly but steadily. The present work is dedicated to the British zoologist (in particular malacologist and cetaceologist) John [Edward] Gray (1800-1875), keeper of zoology of the British Museum in London, ".In whose yacht I first visited the Canarian Archipelago.". This study was based on over 20,000 specimens, belonging to 1,449 species described earlier, mostly by Wollaston himself but including at least seventy new species, described here in the 140 pp. appendix. Joints expertly repaired, an excellent and clean copy. Very rare. Horn-Schenkling II(4), p. 453. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pinus sabiniana. Douglas. (Gray, Foothill or Digger Pine)

      Edinburgh & London, 1865. Hand-coloured lithograph. Sheet size: 21 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches. A very fine plate from Ravenscroft's 'The Pinetum Britannicum. A Descriptive Account of Hardy Coniferous Trees' Ravenscroft's work is the third (in order of publication) of the three great coniferous iconographies of the nineteenth century, following Bedford and Lambert. The very fine plates fall into two categories: botanical studies of details of the needles and fruit of the individual trees, and landscape studies of examples of individual trees in their natural habitat. This plate is an outstanding example of the former group, here drawn and lithographed by W. Richardson. Cf. Nissen BBI 1588; cf. Great Flower Books (1990) p.127; cf. Stafleu & Cowan 8685.

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        Kong family mausoleum, Fuzhou, Fujian.

      c. 1865 - Albumen print. Very good tonal range and in good condition. Dimensions: 205 by 270mm. (8 by 10 inches).

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        De Syriae Provinciae Romanae Partibus Capita Nonnulla Dissertatio Inauguralis Antiquaria quam Consensu et Auctoritate Amplissimi Philosophorum Ordinis

      Bertolini, 1865. Broschur, altersbedingt guter Zustand, leichte Gebrauchsspuren, 32 S., 13*20 cm. latein

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        Die Krankheiten der Bewegungsorgane (pp.234-920, 213 Holzschnitte, 3 farb. lith.). + Weber, Karl Otto: Krankheiten der Haut, des Zellgewebes, der Lymph- und Blutgefässe (pp.1-233, 30 Holzschnitte).

      . Pitha & Billroth, 2.Bd., 2.Abt. 1 Hälfte - Hdb. allg. spec. Chir. - Die Verletzungen und eigenthümlichen Erkrankungsformen einzelner Gewebssysteme, 1. - Erlangen, F.Enke, 1865, 8°, unbeschnittenes Exemplar in feinem Halbleinenband.. RARE FIRST EDITON - CLASSIC PIONEERWRK OF BONE SURGERY! - Content: Die Krankheiten und Verletzungen der Knochen; Die Krankheiten und Verletzungen der Gelenke; Die Krankheiten der Schleimbeutel und Schleimscheiden; Die Krankheiten und Verletzungen der Muskeln und Sehnen; Tenotomie und Myotomie. - Richard von Volkmann (1830-1889) introduced Listers principles in Germany, espcially in the surgical treatment of bones and joints, a subject of particular interest. Volkmann's "Ischemic Paralysis and Contractures" is one of his lesser contributions, but his best known eponym. --- During the siege of Paris, as a German army officer occupying a French chateau and waiting for the surrender, Volkmann used his leisure to prepare his Reveries at French Firesides, comprising short stories written for children but also widely read by adults.. The book was published under the pseudonym Richard Leander, the hellenized form of his name. - He was born in Leipzig and spent six years in the famous Fürstenschule at Grima. At the age of 20 years he began his study of medicine at Halle, where his father A.W. Volkmann held the cheir of physiology from 1843 until 1877. In 1867 he became full professor and head of the surgical clinic in Halle. - He wrote the section on locomotor disorders in this famous surgical textbook, in which he noted that the improvement after forcible 'reduction' of congenital dislocation of the hip was not necessarly due to actual reposition of the femoral head. He desribed 'caries sicca', a slow dry tuberculous destruction of bone without caseation, he also seems to have described acute transient synovits of the hip in children, and Key credited him with first distinguishing the joint affections of haemophilia from rheumatism. - David Le Vay. The History of Orthopaedics, p.198f.

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        Eigenh. Brief m. Unterschrift ("Plücker").

      Bonn, 25. V. 1865.. 4 S., 8°.. [An den österr. Chemiker u. Mineralogen Anton Schrötter von Kristelli (1802-1875)]. - "[...] Gemeinsam mit Heinrich Geißler schuf Plücker die Voraussetzung zur modernen Vakuumtechnik. Seine Grundlagenforschungen sind später für die Atomforschung wichtig geworden. In der Mathematik erfand er die Liniengeometrie, in der ein Punkt durch die durch ihn hindurchgehenden Geraden charakterisiert wird, und arbeitete über algebraische Kurven sowie deren Singularitäten. Nach ihm benannt sind die Plücker-Matrix und Plücker-Koordinaten zur eindeutigen Repräsentation von Geraden sowie die "Plückerschen Formeln", die eine einfache Relation zwischen den Anzahlen spezieller Punkte einer Kurve herstellen. In der Kombinatorik lieferte er eine der frühesten Beschreibungen von Blockplänen (er konstruierte S (2,3,9) in seinem Buch System der analytischen Geometrie von 1835). Er führte Regelflächen ein und eine spezielle Regelfläche (Plücker Konoid) ist nach ihm benannt. In der Physik beschäftigte er sich unter anderem mit dem Magnetismus der Kristalle sowie mit elektrischen Entladungen im Vakuum. 1858 entdeckte er die Kathodenstrahlen. Seit 1855 gehörte er als auswärtiges Mitglied der Royal Society an, mit deren Copley Medal er 1866 ausgezeichnet wurde [...]" (Wikipedia). --- Der in Olmütz geborene Anton Schrötter, Sohn eines Apothekers, studierte ab 1822 zunächst auf Wunsch seines Vaters in Wien Medizin, wechselte dann aber unter dem Einfluss von Friedrich Mohs zu den naturwissenschaftlichen Fächern, speziell der Mineralogie. 1827 erhielt er eine Assistentenstelle für Physik und Mathematik an der Universität Wien. 1830 wurde er Professor für Physik und Chemie am Technischen Institut Joanneum in Graz. Während eines halbjährigen Urlaubs im Jahre 1838 besuchte er chemische Institute in Göttingen, Heidelberg, Frankfurt und Paris. In Gießen machte er sich bei Justus von Liebig mit der organischen Elementaranalyse vertraut. Ab 1843 arbeitete er als Professor für technische Chemie am Polytechnischen Institut der Universität Wien und übernahm dort 1845 die Professur für allgemeine Chemie. Schrötter war neben Baumgartner, Ettingshausen und Haidinger einer der Begründer der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien und wurde 1850 ihr Generalsekretär. Die Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina wählte Schrötter 1856 zu ihrem Mitglied. Ab 1868 leitete er das österreichische Hauptmünzamt und wurde gleichzeitig zum Ministerialrat ernannt. Er wurde 1874 in den Ruhestand versetzt und eröffnete in seiner Wohnung ein Privatlaboratorium, in dem er Studien über Edelmetalle betrieb. 1875 starb er in Wien. Schrötter hat in seinem Leben ca. 60 wissenschaftliche Publikationen verfasst. Ab 1845 beschäftigte Schrötter sich intensiv mit Phosphor. 1848 gelang ihm der Nachweis der schon von Berzelius geäußerten Vermutung, dass roter Phosphor eine allotrope Modifikation des weißen Phosphors, nicht aber eine Phosphorverbindung ist. Schrötter wandelte weißen Phosphor durch Erhitzen in roten um, den man zeitweise Schrötterschen Phosphor nannte. Sein Verfahren zur Darstellung desselben revolutionierte die Streichholzindustrie, wo roter Phosphor schon bald als Bestandteil der Reibflächen genutzt wurde. Er war ein Organisator in Industrie und Wissenschaft sowie Berater bei den Vorbereitungen zur Novara-Expedition und zur Österreich-Ungarischen Nordpolexpedition. -

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        The Journals of John McDouall Stuart during the Years 1858, 1859, 1860, 1861 & 1862, when he fixed the centre of the Continent and successfully crossed it from sea to sea

      London: Saunders, Otley, and Co, 1865. Octavo, original photographic portrait of the author as frontispiece, 12 plates and two maps, one of them folding and hand-coloured; original green cloth, gilt vignette, all edges gilt, endpapers renewed. The inland encompassed. Second edition, edited by William Hardman who declares that Stuart's explorations may be considered amongst the most important in the history of Australian Discovery. John McDouall Stuart began his inland exploration career as a draughtsman on Charles Sturt's expedition to central Australia. He went on to make six expeditions between 1858 and 1862, culminating in his successful crossing of the continent from Adelaide to the Indian Ocean. From the Collection of Robert Edwards.

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        In Original FIrst Issue Cloth) Ballads and Songs of Brittany

      Macmillan, London 1865 - Original fine wove tan cloth with cover stamped design of knight on horse, concentric gilt ruled borders on cover, spine stamped in gold. Original dark green endpapers. Woodcut illustrationsb y J.E. Millais, John Tenniel, H.K. Browne and others. Top edges gilt. Exceedingly scarce unsophisiticated copy in original cloth binding (first issue with knight stamped in gold on cover). Cover shows some wear, especially on spine, corners bumped, but all in tact; internally clean and bright. A tight copy of a scarce Victorian classic. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Nouvelles Etrennes Fribourgeoises. Collection complète 1865-1950.

      impr. Fragnière 1865-1950, Fribourg, - Les années 1867 & 1868 n?ont jamais parues. L?année 1877 est bien complète de la gravure sur acier représentant Gruyères.Précieuse série qu?il est difficile de réunir au complet, revue de vulgarisation dans tous les domaines, ses articles nécrologiques et statistiques, son répertoire complet des autorités sont très appréciés de tous les chercheurs et de tous les curieux de notre histoire. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Seeadler - White-tailed Eagle, "Haliaetus albicilla".

      . Farblitho. v. Bowen & Co. n. Elliot, Daniel Giraud, um 1865, 45 x 38 (H) - Blattgr. 61 x 48,5 cm. Im Stein signiert C.D. Tholey. - Sehr schönes Blatt.

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        COMMEDIA DI DANTE ALLIGHIERI. Con ragionamenti e note di Niccolò Tommaseo.

      Francesco Pagnoni 1865 Opera completa in tre volumi, ciascuno dedicato ad una singola cantica. Cm.35x25. Pg.LX, 312; 368; 356, tutte con doppia numerazione per pagina. Buone legature coeve in mz.pelle, con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi a quattro scomparti. Opera adorna da 55 nitide incisioni su rame fuori testo, realizzate da Giuseppe Gandini su bozzetti di Federigo Faruffini e Carlo Barbieri. Alcune carte protettive delle tavole, assai brunite, sono collazionate fuori posto. Il primo volume, oltre alla cantica, riporta i "Discorsi premessi al poema" e i "Discorsi aggiunti a ciascun canto dell'Inferno", mentre gli "Scritti concernenti il poema di Dante" sono collazionati nel volume del "Purgatorio. I "Discorsi aggiunti" si ripetono anche negli altri due volumi. Opera in eccellenti condizioni di conservazione, assai difficile da reperire completa di tutte le tavole.

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        Die Krankheiten der Bewegungsorgane (pp.234-920, 213 Holzschnitte, 3 farb. lith.). + Weber, Karl Otto: Krankheiten der Haut, des Zellgewebes, der Lymph- und Blutgefässe (pp.1-233, 30 Holzschnitte).

      - Pitha & Billroth, 2.Bd., 2.Abt. 1 Hälfte - Hdb. allg. spec. Chir. - Die Verletzungen und eigenthümlichen Erkrankungsformen einzelner Gewebssysteme, 1. - Erlangen, F.Enke, 1865, 8°, unbeschnittenes Exemplar in feinem Halbleinenband. RARE FIRST EDITON - CLASSIC PIONEERWRK OF BONE SURGERY! - Content: Die Krankheiten und Verletzungen der Knochen; Die Krankheiten und Verletzungen der Gelenke; Die Krankheiten der Schleimbeutel und Schleimscheiden; Die Krankheiten und Verletzungen der Muskeln und Sehnen; Tenotomie und Myotomie. - Richard von Volkmann (1830-1889) introduced Listers principles in Germany, espcially in the surgical treatment of bones and joints, a subject of particular interest. Volkmann's "Ischemic Paralysis and Contractures" is one of his lesser contributions, but his best known eponym. --- During the siege of Paris, as a German army officer occupying a French chateau and waiting for the surrender, Volkmann used his leisure to prepare his Reveries at French Firesides, comprising short stories written for children but also widely read by adults. The book was published under the pseudonym Richard Leander, the hellenized form of his name. - He was born in Leipzig and spent six years in the famous Fürstenschule at Grima. At the age of 20 years he began his study of medicine at Halle, where his father A.W. Volkmann held the cheir of physiology from 1843 until 1877. In 1867 he became full professor and head of the surgical clinic in Halle. - He wrote the section on locomotor disorders in this famous surgical textbook, in which he noted that the improvement after forcible 'reduction' of congenital dislocation of the hip was not necessarly due to actual reposition of the femoral head. He desribed 'caries sicca', a slow dry tuberculous destruction of bone without caseation, he also seems to have described acute transient synovits of the hip in children, and Key credited him with first distinguishing the joint affections of haemophilia from rheumatism. - David Le Vay. The History of Orthopaedics, p.198f. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Only weeks after cessation of the final hostilities of the Civil War, James Longstreet writes to his old friend Ulysses Grant, advocating a pardon for a fellow former Confederate officer, invoking the "Amnesty Proclamation of President Lincoln of 1863"

      "Fine content Autograph Letter Signed, ""J Longstreet,"" 2 pages, 8"" x 10"" in pencil, Macon, Mississippi, August 30, 1865, to Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant appealing to him to recommend a pardon for a former Confederate officer. Tears expertly repaired and marginal losses in-filled, light toning, else very good condition. Longstreet writes in full: ""I take the liberty to address you in behalf of Maj. T.K Jackson of the late Confederate Army. He, like most of the Army Officers from the Southern States, resigned at the beginning of the war and returned to his state. This step was taken under the conviction that his services and allegiance were due to his state. I think that I can safely assure you that he was always a national, rather than a sectional, man, and had he been in a position to do so would have made any sacrifice for the safety and honor of the country. If he has been misguided he has committed error that was common to one half of the world, and those who were called upon to determine it, have already grievously answered it. Before I left the old Army, I asked some officers from the northern states, who advised me not to resign, whether they would resign if their states had done a mine had done. They invariably admitted that they would return to their states. Yet all of these officers have served in your army during the war and some with considerable distinction. And are accepted as the truest and bravest in your great army. Let me appeal to you then to determine whether there is justice or honor in pursuing a fellow for whose only crime is error of judgment, and who now sues for pardon. Besides, it is my humble opinion that the terms granted by you at the surrender of Genl. Lee, extended, to all of us, the benefits of the Amnesty Proclamation of President Lincoln of 1863. Those terms were approved by President Lincoln and are therefore irrevocable."" Longstreet was writing with his left hand as his right arm had been temporarily paralyzed following a wound he received at the Battle of the Wilderness in May 1864. Although he rejoined Lee's Army of Northern Virginia within several months (learning to ride a horse with his left hand), he did not regain the use of his right hand for several years after the war's conclusion. Jackson obliged Longstreet's request and had a copy made that he returned for a signature. When Longstreet's final letter reached Grant in October 1865, the general endorsed the recommendation to the Attorney General, requesting that a ""pardon be speedily granted..."" to Jackson. After which Grant went a step further and endorsed an argument Longstreet presented in his final letter advocating clemency for officers who had resigned their commissions at the opening of the war: ""I think it is now time when some pardons should be extended to officers who left the old Army. As a rule they are a class who will keep any obligation...."" Unfortunately for Jackson, the pardon was delayed for several months as his case languished amidst the crush of other amnesty claims. Finally, on February 14, 1867, Attorney General Henry Stanbery recommended that Jackson be pardoned. President Johnson granted the pardon the following day. (NARA M619. Letters received by the Adjutant General's Office, 1860-70, during and after the Civil War period. Roll 0032, File J85, NARA Cat ID: 300368). A copy of Grant's endorsement, together with a copy of Longstreet's final letter are included for reference. James Longstreet and Ulysses Grant were fellow West Point classmates, both graduating in 1843. Following school, the two remained close, serving together for sometime at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. A few years on, Longstreet attended Grant's 1848 wedding in St. Louis. During the Civil War, Grant and Longstreet faced each other at the Wilderness in 1864 where the latter received the wound to his right arm. Following the war Longstreet remained close to Grant endorsing him for president in 1868 (and attending his inauguration) and earning the distinction of the only former senior Confederate officer to join the Republican Party. Thomas Klugh Jackson (1828-1902), born and raised in South Carolina, entered the United States Military Academy at West Point in July 1844 receiving his second lieutenant's commission in 1849. He served in several posts including Texas and New Mexico, including service with the U.S. Boundary Commission and the 8th U.S. Infantry (where he served alongside Longstreet). Rising to first lieutenant in 1855, he did a brief stint at West Point teaching infantry tactics before moving to Texas where he worked as a recruiter. At the outbreak of the war, Jackson obtained commission from the State of South Carolina and resigned his U.S. commission on April 1, 1861. During the Civil War he served as Albert Sidney Johnston's chief commissary before being captured at Fort Donelson. Following his exchange, Jackson continued service as a commissary first in Gainesville, Alabama and later in Grenada Mississippi. Following the war he settled in Gainesville as a merchant and a farmer. "

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        Piratenstrasse. - (Hong Kong)

      Berlin, 1865 - Chromolithograph laid on card, as published, with full margins, in fine condition. 9.5 x 13.5" One of a series of chromolithographs based on paintings by the German artist HIlderbrandt which he made during a world tour in the 1860's.

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        THE EXPEDITIONS OF CAPT. JOHN LOVEWELL, AND HIS ENCOUNTERS WITH THE INDIANS; INCLUDING A PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF THE PEQUAUKET BATTLE, WITH A HISTORY OF THAT TRIBE; AND A REPRINT OF REV. THOMAS SYMMES SERMON

      - - 1865- Bartlett and Halliday, Boston- 1st Edition/Limited Edition- 1/235 copies- Hardcover, GOOD, or better; light wear, including hinge crack, head and heal loss and corner bumping, but overall square, solid and bright- with ORIGINAL 'MAP of LOCALITY of LOVEWELL'S FIGHT.' The contents of this book include, but are not limited to: 'Causes and Commencement of Lovewell's War, Biographical Sketch of Rev. Thomas Symmes, Historical Memoir of Pigwacket Fight, Dispatches Received by the Governor, and His Orders, Contemporaneous Accounts of the Battle,.' Biographical Sketches of: Lovewell, Robbins, Farwell, Wyman, Frye, Lingfield, Kidder, Davis, Johnson, Farrar, Melvin, Richardson, Whiting, Asten, Austin, Jones, Chamberlain and Hassell, and more. 138 pages with a comprehensive Index. RARE. LIMITED EDITION. REFERENCE. AMERICANA. HISTORY. NATIVE AMERICAN. INDIANS. JOHN LOVEWELL. FRYEBURG, MAINE. The RARE, ORIGINAL of 'THE EXPEDITIONS OF CAPT. JOHN LOVEWELL' with the MAP. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dell'origine della stampa e degli stampatori di Bergamo. Dissertazione

      1865 - Cm. 17, pp. (4) 66 (3). Frontespizio inquadrato da cornice colorata. Legatura coeva in cartonato rigido. Qualche brunitura, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Si tratta di una copia manoscritta da Giuseppe Massobrio nell'agosto del 1865 (come da dichiarazione in fine) del testo impresso in originale a Bergamo dal Locatelli nel 1786. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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 - 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. Minor 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. 2 Kg. 608 pp. The True first edition for subscription only. The trade edition did not appear until a year later [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Traite L'émigration et la Colonisation au Brésil

      Paris: A. LaCroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie, 1865. First edition thus. Green buckram with original yellow wrappers bound in, gilt titles. 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. 8vo. 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.

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        Beitrag zur Chirurgischen Anatomie der Extremitäten. Zehn Tafeln in Farbendruck mit Durchschnitten der gefrorenen Leiche. Für Studierende und Ärzte, insbesondere für das Bedürfnis der Militärärzte. Tafeln und Textheft [=vollst.]

      Berlin, Druck und Verlag von Georg Reimer 1865 - Org.-Halbleinenmappe mit Org.-Schliessbändern, Textheft einfache Broschur, in die Mappe eingelegt. Quartformat, VI, 43 (+1) S., unbeschnitten und die meisten Seiten nicht aufgetrennt, erste und letzte Seite des Textheftes gering braunfleckig, Tafeln sehr sauber, Ränder gering bestossen. Insgesamt vollständig und sehr wohlerhalten. Erste (und einzige?) Ausgabe. - Wie hier vollständig vorliegend, äusserst selten. - Volz war zunächst Regimentsarzt, dann Oberamtsarzt in Ulm und Lehrer an der dortigen Anatomischen Anstalt. Erste (und einzige?) Ausgabe. - Wie hier vollständig vorliegend, äusserst selten. - Volz war zunächst Regimentsarzt, dann Oberamtsarzt in Ulm und Lehrer an der dortigen Anatomischen Anstalt. 1500 g

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Stefan Wulf]
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        Haram as-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary, Temple Mount, Jerusalem.

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

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        Macao, China.

      Berlin, 1865 - Chromolithograph laid on card, as published, with full margins, in fine condition. 15 x 10.5" One of a series of chromolithographs based on paintings by the German artist HIlderbrandt which he made during a world tour in the 1860's.

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