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        Docketed by Brady, a letter from the nephew of photographer Charles D. Fredricks to Brady concerning financial matters

      Docket ìE L Cook / May 18, 1865î by Mathew B. Brady on verso of second sheet of an Autograph Letter Signed ìE.L. Cook,î 2.5p, 5î x 8î, front & verso. New York, May 18, 1865. To Brady. Stain at lower corner. Fine condition. As the Civil War came to an end, the interest in battlefield photographs waned and Brady suffered a number of financial setbacks. Cook writes, in part, ìMr. Fredricks will be home on the 23rd and I hope you will do all you can before that time as he has written me often about that matter and I have done the best I could to make matters easy for you. The whole amt. you have paid so far is on a/c $200.00. interest 30.00. $230.00. The interest for 3 months is $35. His partner tried hard to prevent his loaning the money and it was only owing to my urgent request that he did loan it so that I feel as sorry as you do about the matter Ã? Please write me at once and at least try and pay up the interest due. You know that I will do all I can to make things easy with my uncle for you. He will arrive here on the 23dÃ?î Penned in purple ink in an unknown hand on third page: ìsent $200 Dec 5th.î Docketed on blank verso of third page by Mathew B. Brady ìE L Cook / May 18, 1865î From 1855-1875, the studio of Elijah L. Cookís uncle, Charles D. Fredricks (1823-1894), at 585-587 Broadway operated as Fredricks Photographic Temple of Art, the largest and most stylish photographic gallery in New York City. In 1859, Fredricks introduced cartes de visite photographs to the United States and became the American agent of French photographer F.R. Grumel, inventor of the photograph album. Fredricks brought suits against anyone who infringed upon Grumelís patent. He also supplied photographic templates for the illustrations in ìFrank Leslie's Illustrated,î the first periodical that made pictures its selling point. When his studio was destroyed by fire in 1875, Fredricks relocated to 770 Broadway.

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        Introduction à l'étude de la médecine experimentale

      Paris, London, Madrid, New York, Leipzig: Baillière, 1865 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Paris: J.B. Baillière et fils; London: Hippolyte Baillière; Madrid: C. Bailly-Baillière; New York: Baillière Brothers; Leipzig: E. Jung-Treuttel, 1865. 8vo (22,5x14,5 cm). 400 pp., 4 pp. publishers advertisements. Later cloth, spine gilt, original boards included. Ex Crear Library Chicago with cancelled perforation stamp on title. Page 5 with small stamp, one leaf of advertisements torn. Contains variant of advertisements with "Nouveau dict. de médecine & de chirurgie". First edition, first issue with 5 cities of publication & "Crete" in imprint on half title verso and page 400. ---- <br><br> PMM 353; Garrison-M. 1766.501; Horblit 11b; Norman 206; Heirs of Hippocrates 974. - First edition, first print. "Bernard&#39;s masterly justification and exposition of the use of the experimental method in studying life phenomena has remained a classic on both scientific and philosophical literature..

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        Local Records [3 Volumes 1865-1867] on Historical Register of Remarkable Events which have occurred in Northumberland and Durham, Newcastle upon Tyne and Berwick upon Tweed,

      Newcastle upon Tyne T. Fordyce 1865. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. Inner front hinge of volume II cracked. Corners bumped and with minor wear. Spines slightly sunned. Bookplates to front pastedowns Reprint Half-leather cover on green cloth boards 418pp; 416pp; 474pp :: B/w plates and illustrations throughout :: 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6") :: Published from 1865-1867. Volumes 1 , 2, 3. Contains details from the earliest period of authentic records to the present time with biographical notices of deceased persons of talent, eccentricity and longevity

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        La Cuisine Francaise - Troisieme Edition

      Librairie L. Hachette, Paris 1865 - Third edition, revised and quite scarce [nbo copies located in WorldCat]. Title, Advertissmernt, 3 pp. Division de L'Ouvrage, 536 pp including indices at end. Newly rebound to style in full brown morocco, black spine label, tooled and gilt spine and covers, marbled endpapers.Pages edges with original red color. Short table of equivalent measures, French and english, in ancient ink on page opposite title, and similar small name "Sophie May" at top of title page, no other names or marks, contents cleann a little aging to pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Farmacopea española. 5ª ed.

      Imp. Nacional, Madrid 1865 - 4º, XVI p., 628 p. Punto de óxido. Piel época, tejuelo, hilos dorados. Farmacopea redactada por una comisión presidida por Mateo Seoane, que revisó y puso al día la anterior edición de 1817, con los nuevos avances en el campo de la terapéutica y de las ciencias naturales y químicas. Farmacia. Medicina. Pharmacy. Medicine.

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      Prescott: Office of the Arizona Miner, 1865.. [2],13pp. Folded sheets, untrimmed and unbound. Foredges stained and a bit frayed. Overall a very good copy, in original state. In a half morocco box. A very rare early Arizona imprint. McCormick gives a "state of the territory" address, including discussions of both hostile and friendly Indians, and of the burgeoning mining industry in Arizona. McMurtrie locates only two copies of this rarity, at the Bancroft Library and the Library of Congress. OCLC adds four others. McMURTRIE (ARIZONA) 7. ARIZONA IMPRINTS 7. MUNK, p.141. OCLC 11871322.

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        Robert E. Lee

      William Sartain, Philadelphia 1865 - Robert E. Lee Engraved & Published by William Sartain, Philadelphia, ca. 1865 After the original photograph by Matthew Brady Mezzotint and steel engraving on wove paper Paper size 13 7/8 x 10 7/8¿, Image size 9 1/2 x 12 1/4¿

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        Anteckningar förda under tiden från år 1785 till år 1816 jemte relation om Savolaks-brigadens operationer under 1808 och 1809 års krig, af Johan Jacob Burman.

      I tvänne afdelningar med planscher och kartor. Stockholm, 1865. 8:o. (7),+ (blank),+ 199,+ (blank),+ 124,+ (1) s.+ 8 kolorerade litogr. planscher,+ 6 utvikbara, delvis kolorerade kartor. Breda marginaler. Samtida hfrbd, guldornerad och blindpräglad rygg, blåa marmorerade pärmpapper. Blekt rygg. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Setterwall 3756 & 4612. Johan Jacob Burman (1771-1824) föddes i Pernå. han inträdde 1789 i Savolaks fältjägarregemente och deltog både i Gustav III:s krig mot Ryssland och i 1808-1809 års krig, i det sistnämnda under Sandels i femte brigaden. Han deltog även i 1814 års fälttåg i Norge och blev från 1816 major vid Hälsinglands regemente. Dessa efterlämnade anteckningar utgavs av sonen C. J. Burman

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      1865. In Three Volumes. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1865. Original salmon red cloth. First Edition of this early novel by Meredith --~one of the most profound Victorian studies of living death after sexual fall. Dahlia and Rhoda are the two flowerlike daughters of a dead, garden-loving mother. Beautiful, moral and naive, Dahlia goes to the city, is seduced by Edward Blancove, the worldling son of a banker, and when he deserts her, she evades her family. She is about to marry a ruffian when she is discovered by Rhoda&#39;s suitor. Morally strong but blindly unaware of the dangers of supposedly correct behavior, Rhoda is willing to see Dahlia married off after her fall because it will make her respectable again. Only very slowly does Rhoda realize that acts like marrying off are what constitute immorality. Dahlia dies to life... She maddens, unsuccessfully attempts suicide, and then succumbs to tedium vitae... Dahlia dies uttering the words "Help poor girls" [in the 1886 second edition, revised by Meredith]. [Gates]~Meredith did not make much money in his arrangement with the publisher Tinsley, but felt he had to get it published:~To publish a novel was of vital importance to him at this stage in his career; he had just married [a second time], was in debt, and no doubt had to demonstrate that he could make a living by his writing alone... RHODA FLEMING, though conceived in 1863, was written hurriedly during a prolonged honeymoon. [Collie]~Sadleir ranks RHODA FLEMING as the absolute scarcest -- number one -- of Meredith&#39;s fifteen works of fiction, and goes on to say that "Few Victorian fictions are more seldom seen than those numbered 1 to 4"; he attributes this scarcity, actually in his bibliography of Trollope, to the fact that this was the only Meredith book published by Tinsley.~This copy is in the secondary binding of blind-stamped salmon-red cloth, page edges trimmed, without the publisher&#39;s name at the foot of the spines; the fact that there was a secondary binding is indicative that the novel did not sell well, prompting the publisher to bind up remaining copies more cheaply. Condition is very good (spines rather faded, as usual with this color, minor rubbing at the extremities, foxing on the very first and last leaves, one Vol I gathering standing a little proud). Collie VI; Sadleir 1702 and pp 380-381; Carter (More Binding Variants) p. 26, this being his Binding "B". Provenance: loosely inserted is 1950 correspondence between the most-recent owner of this set and Myers & Co. of New Bond Street.

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        Our Mutual Friend

      Chapman and Hall 1865 - First Edition, First Printing with the three page Postscript by Dickens printed at the end of Volume II. A magnificent copy with 40 engraved plates by Marcus Stone. This two volume set is bound in red leather with marbled boards. The binding has nice gold lettering with some wear to the spine and panels. The pages are clean with light foxing. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the books. Overall, a beautiful two volume set in collector's condition. Includes acetate dustcovers to protect the books. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A History of Nova-Scotia or Acadie (in the original 23 parts)

      A. & W. Mackinlay March 1865-February 1867, Halifax, N. S. - (1840) Pp. Twenty-three monthly issues published from March 1865 through February 1867 Vol. I - parts 1-7; Vol. II - parts 8-15; Vol. III - parts 16-23 Beamish Murdoch (1800?-1891) was born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He was called to the Bar of Nova Scotia in 1822, and elected to the House of Assembly in 1826. He edited the 'Acadian Recorder' for a number of years. The title-page, Preface, and Table of Contents to Volume I is at end of Part 7; the title-page, Preface, and Table of Contents to Volume II is at the beginning of Part 15; the title-page, Preface, and Table of Contents to Volume III, along with the Indexes for each volume is at the end of Part 23. All covers are worn along the edges and a few are split along the spine. There is some foxing and a few have soiled covers Original engraved printed blue paper wraps [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        English bards and Scotch reviewers

      New York: Charles B. Richardson, 1865. 4to (30.2 cm, 11.9"). 126 pp.; 80 plts. An extremely limited, wide-margined American edition of Byron&#39;s satire (first published in 1809), this printing was => intended specifically for extra-illustrating. The present example features => 80 engraved plates: images collected from a wide range of 19th-century sources, depicting an impressive number of people mentioned in or connected to the poem. The poem is preceded by a new preface written for this edition (signed "E.A.D.") and an article from the Edinburgh Review of January 1808, as well as the author&#39;s preface. This is numbered copy 16 of => only 75 printed by Alvord for Richardson. Binding: Contemporary half blue morocco with marbled paper&#150;covered sides, spine with gilt-stamped title. All edges gilt. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of Ethel Randolph Thayer [Starr], a New England artist better known as Polly Thayer. NSTC 2B64516. Bound as above, spine slightly dimmed, extremities rubbed, one corner partially refurbished; occasional offsetting from plates. Index with small pencilled marks of emphasis. => A handsome and uncommon representation of the long-running Byron "mania.

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        Handley Cros, Plain or Ringlets, Ask Mamma, Mr Romfords Hounds, Mr Sponge`s Sporting Tour. Five Volumes

      London: Bradbury & Agnew, 1865. A very fine set of five volumes bound in red leather with profuse gilding between the raised bands black title labels gilt titles, marbled boards 84 hand coloured plates and numerous b&w illustrations. a very handsome desirable set. See our website for many more horse and dog Book Plate of Former Owner.. First Thus. Half Calf. Fine. Illus. by John Leech. 8 Vo Heavy Email 4 Postage Cost.

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        French Album containing 50 carte de visite of actresses, beauties, courtesans, ballerinas, performers

      Ca. 1865.. Hardcover. Good +. A nineteenth century album of photographs of female performers and others, many in costume. A few of the cards with hand written captions below. The first card is of Celine Montaland, a French actress, 1843 -1891. Subsequent cards include Leonide Leblanc, 1842-1894, one of the most famous French actress/courtesans and known as &#147;Mademoiselle Maximum.&#148;; M. Jolly; Silly, Royaume des femmes; Mariani, Cendrillon (Cinderella); Fantine, Cendrillon; Mrs Love, Mazeppa; La Patineuse (the ice skater); Clementine; and many more which are not titled. Small 8vo, not paginated, all edges gilt. Full red calf, with three dimensional chased brass horse shoe shaped embellishment with studs at front cover and two brass plaques at the right edge. No title at spine. Loose in covers, owner inscription at ffep. As is.

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        Carte de visite portrait photograph of George Armstrong Custer, in Civil War uniform

      [New York: Printed by Anthony from the negative by Brady, ca. 1865]. (CUSTER, GEORGE ARMSTRONG) 3-1/2 x 2-1/2 inches. Half-length, seated in semi-profile. Very slight mottling to image . Superb image of the still-controversial Custer, the boy-general, gallant Union cavalry officer, ambitious, publicity hungry Indian fighter, and in many ways the U.S. soldier who epitomized the posture of the United States in its Westward Expansion until he himself was killed, with his command, at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. This photograph, taken by the famous Civil War photographer Mathew Brady, is one of the rarer Brady images of the legendary general. "Even now [1984], after a hundred years, his name alone will start an argument. More significant men of his time can be discussed without passion because they are inextricably woven into a tapestry of the past, but this hotspur refuses to die. He stands forever on that dusty Montana slope ." - Evan S. Connell, SON OF THE MORNING STAR

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        Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language to Which is Appended an English-Hawaiian Vocabulary and a Chronological Table of Remarkable Events, 1716-1864.

      Thos. G Thrum, Honolulu 1865 - xvi, 559 pages. Original binding, brown leather spine with black leather label and title printed in gilt "Andrews's Hawaiian Dictionary". Wear at top of spine, leather on front hinge cracking but binding secure, 4 old library stamps: "Marist Maori Mission Hawke's Bay" but no markings on spine, old name on front endpaper, small hole at top of title page, browning on preliminary pagesii-xvi, also on edge of first 70 pages. Overall a good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Westermann&#39;s Holzschnitt-Illustrations-Katalog, 2557 Nummern enthaltend. Zum Gebrauch für Buchhändler und Buchdrucker

      Braunschweig, Westermann 1865. 34 cm. 16, 336 Seiten mit 2557 Holzstich-Abbildungen. Festeinband, Halbleineneinband der Zeit - Bigmore / Wyman III, 77 - Bilder aus der Geschichte des 30-jährigen Kriegs, Kulturgeschichte, Ethnographie, Städte und Bauwerke, Landschaften, Seebilder, Kunst, Mythologie, Technologie und Naturwissenschaften, Zoologie, Botanik, Mineralogie, Initialen und Vignetten. Darunter mehr als 200 Porträts sowie Ansichten. Mit Inhaltsverzeichnis, Register zu den Porträts und Sachregister. Kanten berieben, erste 20 Seiten am Bund schwach wasserrandig -

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        OUR FAITHFUL ALLY, THE NIZAM: being an historical sketch of events, showing the value of the Nizam&#39;s alliance to the British government in India, and his services during the mutinies

      London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1865.. FIRST EDITION, 1865, PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR. 8vo, approximately 30 x 135 mm, 9 x 5½ inches, pages xxviii, 507, original publisher&#39;s blind stamped green cloth, spine gilt lettered and decorated, gilt vignette to upper cover. Rebacked, original spine laid on, gilt on spine dull, corners slightly worn, original brown endpapers retained, little faint foxing to title page, occasional very light foxing, some pages unopened, binding tight and firm, no loose pages. Overall a very good sound copy of a scarce book. The history of the Nizams (princes) of Hyderabad from 1713 and of their relations with the British. Inscribed at the top of the title page: &#39;With the Author&#39;s compliments&#39;. Nizam, a shortened version of Nizam-ul-Mulk Urdu meaning Administrator of the Realm, was the title of the native sovereigns of Hyderabad State, India, since 1719, belonging to the Asaf Jah dynasty. The dynasty was founded by Mir Qamar-ud-Din Siddiqi, a viceroy of the Deccan under the Mughal emperors from 1713 to 1721 and who intermittently ruled under the title Asaf Jah in 1724, and After Aurangzeb&#39;s death in 1707, the Mughal Empire crumbled and the viceroy in Hyderabad, the young Asaf Jah, declared himself independent. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.By the middle of 18th century, the scions, known as The Nizams, had quickly surpassed the Mughals ruling a vast dominion of about 125,000,000 acres (510,000 km2) in south India. They were among the wealthiest people in the world. Seven Nizams ruled Hyderabad for two centuries until Indian independence in 1947. The Asaf Jahi rulers were great patrons of literature, art, architecture, culture, jewelry collection and rich food. The Nizams ruled the state until its integration into the Indian Union in September 1948 after independence from the British. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        The Complete and Illustrated Editions of Charles Dickens&#39; Works: Duodecimo Edition (16 Volumes)

      Philadelphia. T. B. Peterson & Brothers, 1865. Hardcover. Good. 1st American Edition, in book form, of the Collected Works of Charles Dickens. 16 volume set. 19cm. Includes: Bleak House, Nicholas Nickleby, Dickenâ&#128;&#153;s New Stories, John Jasperâ&#128;&#153;s Secret, Dombey and Son, Pickwick Papers, Hunted Down, Martin Chuzzlewit, Little Dorrit, Barnaby Rudge, Edwin Drood, Life of Charles Dickens, Holly Tree Inn, Mutual Friend, David Copperfield, American Notes, Christmas Stories. Eventually 38 volumes were published between 1855 and 1871. These volumes circa 1865? Although stated as duodecimo, the set is Octavo. This set were the first uniform collected edition of the works of Charles Dickens published in America (Wilkins, p. 41) Publisherâ&#128;&#153;s brown cloth with handsome gold Dicksonian characterâ&#128;&#153;s on spine edges. Most volumes in good bindings. Two volumes missing a portion of the back strip at the head of the spine, and 2 boards detached. Overall, an unusual early printing of Dickenâ&#128;&#153;s works. Illustrated throughout by Cruikshank and others. Podeschi: D 26

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        Grant and His Generals. Distinguished Commanders, in the Campaign Against Richmond

      New York.: Currier & Ives.. 1865.. Lithograph, image approximately 13 x 18 inches on sheet size 17 1/4 x 21 inches. Soft creases (from previous rolling), 1 1/2 inch professionally repaired tear at centre of right edge (comes to 1/2 inch outside image), thin toned line 1/2 inch above image, faint toning to right edge (outside image area), discoloration on verso; image itself in very good, clean condition. Conningham 2553. An unusual medium folio Currier and Ives print of Ulysses S. Grant, standing, surrounded by his seated Generals: Ord., Weitzel, Terry, Sheridan, Crook, Rawlins, Sedgwick, Parke, Wright, Hancock, Warren, Meade, and Humphrey. .

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        On the movements and habits of climbing plants

      Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, London 1865 - Darwin, Charles (1809-84). On the movements and habits of climbing plants. In Journal of the Linnean Society 9, nos. 33 & 34 (1865): 1-118. Text wood-engravings. Whole number. 128pp. 224 x 144 mm. (uncut and unopened). Original blue-green printed wrappers, a bit chipped at extremities, very minor spotting. Very good copy. Preserved in a cloth folding box. First Edition, journal issue of Darwin?s book-length paper on climbing plants, containing the essence of his discoveries in this field. The book-form second edition published ten years later, by which his work on this subject is generally known, is actually a revision and enlargement of the above. Darwin found that climbing was the result of the bending in a revolving plane of the apex of a plant?s stem while it grows. He later studied the mechanism of bending and showed that it was due to a substance that comes down from the apex when acted upon by light. This research laid the foundation of the science of growth hormones in plants. The first printing of Darwin?s monograph appeared in three forms, all from the same setting of type: the double number of the Linnean Society Journal (as above), which was issued to the Fellows; a commercial offprint for sale to the public; and an offprint for the author. It made its first appearance between hard covers in 1875. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Freeman 833. Norman 596. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Recherches Hydrauliques

      Paris - Denod, 1865 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Recherches Hydrauliques Recherches Experimentales sur l&#39;coulement de l&#39;Eau dans les Canaux Decouverts is a very scarceatlas with twenty-eight platesof tables and figures on experimentalhydraulic research on the flow of water in open channels. In French. Written byHenry Philibert Gaspard Darcy (1803- 1858) was a French engineer who made several important contributions to hydraulics. He was employed by theCorps of Bridges and Roads. In this role he built an impressive pressurised water distribution system in Dijon following the failure of attempts to supply adequate fresh water by drilling wells. The system carried water from Rosoir Spring 12. 7 km away through a covered aqueduct to reservoirs near the city, which then fed into a network of 28,000 meters of pressurised pipes delivering water to much of the city. The system was fully closed and pressurised by gravity, and thus required no filters or pumps. He was also involved in many other public works in and around Dijon, as well as in the politics of the Dijon city government. Continued by Henri-mile Bazin (1829 - 1917) was a French engineer specialising in hydraulic engineering. Condition: In a morocco binding. Externally, generally smart but with somewear to extremities and the odd slight mark to boards. Front joint starting with backstrip lifting slightly, front hinge strained. Internally, generally firmly bound. Bright and generally clean with only the odd handling mark to pages and marginally to plate XXI and a small crayon mark to front blank. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Histoire de France depuis les temps les plus recules jusqu&#39;en 1789 / par Henri Martin [complete in 17 volumes]

      Paris : Furne, 1865. 4th Edition. Physical description: 17 v. : frontis. (port. ) ; 23 cm. Subjects: France - History. Notes: frontis. To vol. 1. &#39;Table analytique&#39; to vol. 17. Language: French. Very good copies bound in slightly later full red cloth. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spines. Library coat-of-arms tooled in gilt to front panels. Minor library marks remain. Spine bands and panel edges very slightly dust-toned as with age. All edges marble. Publisher&#39;s device to title pages. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        The Bible in Miniature, for Children

      Boston: Lee & Shepard, (c. 1865). 192pp. A sparkling copy of a miniature book with twenty-five wood engravings, including a frontispiece of the Garden of Eden at the dawn of creation. Stereotyped version of the Dorr, Howland edition, published in Worcester in 1835. This copy features a fine vertical fore-edge painting by Martin Frost showing a child reading a book. Very fine in green cloth boards, elaborately stamped with intricate gilt decoration on both covers and spine. A.e.g. (Adomeit A133, Welsh 1141). (2 3/8 by 2; 60x50mm).

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      London. Lockwood & Company and Richard Bentley. 1865-1868. Elegantly bound by Riviere in 3/4 gilt ruled morocco, gilt ruled spine compartments, gilt tooled embellishments, gilt tooled raised bands, gilt titles. Marbled end sheets. teg 12mos. First Editions. This uniformly bound set of Timbs&#39; classic works on London is comprised of the following titles: The Romance of London [3 volumes/1865.] , Walks and Talks About London [1 volume/ 1865], Club Life of London [ 2 volumes/ 1866], London and Westminster [2volumes/1868]. A Very Fine set.Featured Sets.

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        French Album containing 50 carte de visite of actresses, beauties, courtesans, ballerinas, performers.

      Ca 1865 - A nineteenth century album of photographs of female performers and others, many in costume. A few of the cards with hand written captions below. The first card is of Celine Montaland, a French actress, 1843 -1891. Subsequent cards include Leonide Leblanc, 1842-1894, one of the most famous French actress/courtesans and known as "Mademoiselle Maximum."; M. Jolly; Silly, Royaume des femmes; Mariani, Cendrillon (Cinderella); Fantine, Cendrillon; Mrs Love, Mazeppa; La Patineuse (the ice skater); Clementine; and many more which are not titled. Small 8vo, not paginated, all edges gilt. Full red calf, with three dimensional chased brass horse shoe shaped embellishment with studs at front cover and two brass plaques at the right edge. No title at spine. Loose in covers, owner inscription at ffep. As is. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Social Contrasts Portrayed in a Series of Twenty Two Coloured Lithographic Plates From Pen and Ink Sketches

      London:: William Oliver ,. 1865.. First edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. A social commentary illustrated by 22 hand colored chromolithographs on 12 pages, highlighted with gum arabic, on the status of rich compared to poor women in various London settings. Most pages feature side by side lithographs with the wealthy woman on one side and the poor on the other, such as "In Luck" and "Out of Luck", "Going to the Well, Gone to the Bad". With full page plates for Boxing Day 10 a.m. and Boxing Day, 10 p.m., showing young girls on stage, behind the scenery, while the other shows lovely ballerinas on stage in costume. Maroon gilt stamped covers, with decorative gilt title in oval center panel at front board, no title at spine. Covers gently rubbed. Internally, new end papers.

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      London: Smith Elder & Co. 1865 - Unstated second edition, 32.5 x 25cm [folio], in publisher's dark red sand-grain cloth w/gilt title & border to fr. cover (blind border only to rear), gilt title to spine, bevelled edges, a.e.g., pale yellow ep.s, [i-vi], 1-100 (plates) +[100 blank versos] cardstock pp. w/100 wood engravings by the Dalziels, W.J. Linton & Joseph Swain after Millais (29), Leighton (25), Walker (27), Sandys (2), etc. Printed at the Camden Press, London. Binding Good (expertly recased w/hinges mended, some staining to cloth, & corner-tips moderately bumped); contents Very Good (occas. lt. foxing, & fore-edges of a few leaves mended). Fredeman 90.7, de Beaumont 69. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Arte de la lengua tagala, y Manual tagalog para la administracion de los SS. Sacramentos, que compuso

      Binondo (Filipinas), Imprenta de Miguel Sánchez y Cía., 1865. - 22x15 cm., VIII-131 +166 pp. Encuadernación filipina en pergamino flexible de la época. Muy buen estado de conservación. Ejemplar completo de las dos partes, muy raros en esta condición, ya que solían venderse por separado estas dos obras. Los ejemplares de la edición de Manila, 1850, no suelen llevar la segunda parte. Una de las ediciones más conocidas pero no por ello menos rara. La lengua tagala, la más hablada en las islas Filipinas, fue también la que sufrió más modificaciones. Esta edición fue mandada imprimir por Fr. José Miralles, publicada siguiendo la primera impresa (Sampaloc, 1745), y la posterior de 1796, después Manila 1850. Todas llevan añadido como segunda parte el Manual en tagalo para la administracion de los santos sacramentos, entre ellos el de la confesión, que era administrado con una serie de preguntas, que ocupan las páginas 56 a 158. En la página 73: "Confesonario de lo que regularmente se halla en los Indios, y de lo que por lo comun esta obligado el ministro a preguntarles". Palau 338008.

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        "Traite Pratique de l'Entretien et de l' Exploitation des CHEMINS DE FER par CH. GOSCHLER - Tome Premier SERVICE DE LA VOIE; Tome Deuxieme SERVICE DE LA VOIE; Tome Troisieme SERVICE DE LA LOCOMOTION; Tome Quatrieme ADMINISTRATION"

      Librarie Polytecnique Noblet et Baudry, Editeurs 1865 -1868 Opera in 4 Volumi: Vol. 1° 581 pagine; Vol 2°644 pagine; Vol. 3° 672 pagine; Vol. 4° 688 pagine . Formato in 8°. Legatura editoriale in tela cerata al dorso con titoli in oro; piatti cartonati rivestiti di carta cerata: spellature. Interno con ossidazioni sparse e qualche fioritura. Timbro di appartenenza ai frontespizi. Rara opera in lingua francese sulle Ferrovie riccamente illustrata con incisioni e XX tavole intercalate nel testo: Primo Volume 176 incisioni; Secondo Volume 424 incisioni ; Terzo Volume 524 incisioni; Quarto Volume 576 incisioni.

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        Traite Pratique de l'Entretien et de l' Exploitation des CHEMINS DE FER par CH. GOSCHLER - Tome Premier SERVICE DE LA VOIE; Tome Deuxieme SERVICE DE LA VOIE; Tome Troisieme SERVICE DE LA LOCOMOTION; Tome Quatrieme ADMINISTRATION"

      Paris, Librarie Polytecnique Noblet et Baudry, Editeurs 1865 / 1868 - Opera in 4 Volumi: Vol. 1° 581 pagine; Vol 2°644 pagine; Vol. 3° 672 pagine; Vol. 4° 688 pagine . Formato in 8°. Legatura editoriale in tela cerata al dorso con titoli in oro; piatti cartonati rivestiti di carta cerata: spellature. Interno con ossidazioni sparse e qualche fioritura. Timbro di appartenenza ai frontespizi. Rara opera in lingua francese sulle Ferrovie riccamente illustrata con incisioni e XX tavole intercalate nel testo: Primo Volume 176 incisioni; Secondo Volume 424 incisioni ; Terzo Volume 524 incisioni; Quarto Volume 576 incisioni. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tijl Uilenspiegel

      G. Thood Bom 1865 Réparation à effectuer sur la couverture , quelques pointes de rouille à l'intérieur . Mais les chromolithographies sont une merveille ! Very nice illustrations , 35 lithography in color . - 16 p. , 250 gr. Album Jeunesse

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        Le Livre de Marco Polo - Citoyen de Venise, Conseiller Privé et Commissaire Impérial de Khoubilai-Khaan

      Paris, Librairie de Firmin Didot Frères, Fils et Cie, 1865. - 2 volumes in-8, CLVI-351 pp. (Première Partie) et 479 pp.(352-831)(Seconde Partie), reliure demi-chagrin à coins, têtes dorées, dos insolés, quelques inscriptions au crayon au tome premier, bon état géneral. Publié pour la première fois d'après trois manuscrits inédits de la Bibliothèque impériale de Paris, présentant la rédaction primitive du livre, revue par Marc Polo lui-même et donnée par lui, en 1307, à Thiebault de Cépoy, accompagnée des Variantes, de l'explication des mots hors d'usage, et de commentaires géographiques et historiques, tirés des écrivains orientaux. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Sherman and His Generals. Distinguished Commanders, in the Atlanta and Georgia Campaigns

      New York.: Currier & Ives.. 1865.. Lithograph, image approximately 12 1/2 x 19 inches on sheet size 16 3/4 x 21 1/4 inches. Soft vertical creases (probably from being rolled), 5 inch tear at right (professionally mended with paper backing and now scarcely visible) and short tear at left edge not entering the image (also professionally repaired), faint soiling to left margin; overall the image appears in very good, bright condition. An unusual Currier and Ives medium folio of Sherman surrounded by his Generals: McPherson, Slocum, Blair, Thomas, Williams, Howard, Geary, Schofield, Davis, Hazen, Kilpatrick, and Logan. Conningham #5490. .

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      Boston: Wright & Potter, Printers, 1865.. 61pp. plus two plates and folding map. Narrow quarto. Original wrappers. Titlepage chipped on bottom and foredge, moderately dampstained. Map cleanly torn, affecting one inch of image; also cleanly separated along one fold. Moderate dampstaining of plates and pp.1-15. Some additional very light dampstaining in upper outer corner of text. A good copy. In a half morocco and cloth box. A scarce privately circulated prospectus setting forth the optimistic plan of the Overland Traction Engine Company to haul freight and passengers overland aboard steam traction engines from the Missouri River to the Rockies. The plates, lithographed by Prang & Co., show two views of the engine - one encased, the other uncovered. A fabulous idea at a time when supplies were routinely carried hundreds of miles over the plains entirely by mule and cattle trains. In the end, however, the plan was a bit short on execution. The engine weighed fifty- four tons when fully loaded with fuel and bogged down in mud on its first trial. The folding map illustrates the prospective route west from Nebraska City. A curious 19th-century railroad alternative, which was essentially a locomotive with wheels. The NUC locates six copies, and we can add another, at Yale. GRAFF 3145. SABIN 57977. REESE & MILES, CREATING AMERICA 63.

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        Our Mutual Friend - Volumes I & II

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1865. Two volume first printing set bound from the parts. Complete with half-titles, title pages, 40 illustrations, and postscript. Wrappers and advertisements (for installments 1-10) bound in at rear. Conforms to Smith,106-109, including &#39;principal&#39; misspelled as &#39;pricipal&#39; in vol II on page 115, 14 lines from the bottom. Publisher&#39;s half-leather morocco binding; marbled boards. Top edges gilt. Sound binding. Clean pages. Very lightly rubbed. Bright gilt lettering and rulings. . First Printing. Half-Leather. Near Fine. Illus. by Stone, Marcus. Octavo.

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        Our Mutual Friend

      Chapman and Hall, London 1865 - "Our Mutual Friend" by Charles Dickens. First edition first issue. Published by Chapman and Hall, London, 1865. Illustrated by Marcus Stone. Two volumes published in one. Measures 5.5" x 8.5". First edition point: "principal" misspelled as "pricipal" in Volume II on page 115, 14 lines from the bottom. The book is in fair to good antiquarian condition. Half-bound in contemporary calf over marbled boards. Moderate wear to the boards and leather spine. Scattered spotting to the preliminary and terminal pages. Moisture stain present on the top edge of the frontispiece and at the top of numerous pages. Scattered spotting throughout the textblock, most notably on the verso and margins of the plates.The hinges are starting. Pencil notations on the publisher's advertisements. Charles Dicken's "Our Mutual Friend" is one of his most sophisticated works and the last novel he completed in his lifetime. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store.We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory # (D8-37) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1865. With Illustrations by Marcus Stone. In Two Volumes [in one]. London: Chapman and Hall, 1865. Bound two-volumes-in-one, in full polished calf, red and green leather spine labels, all edges gilt. First Edition in book form of Dickens's last complete novel, in which Greed and The River Thames are two of the principal characters. OUR MUTUAL FRIEND first appeared in twenty numbers; the two volumes were published separately during serial issue, Vol I in January 1865 and Vol II in October 1865.~This set has been bound by Riviere & Son, with both half-titles, with the explanatory slip at the beginning of the text, and with the ad leaf -- in full polished calf (red and green leather spine labels, gilt borders and dentelles, all edges gilt). The spine appears to be not as old as the boards -- with the result that this is a nice tight copy, without the usual chafing of the joints of a 100-year-old calf binding. Condition is very good-plus (very minor edge-wear, a few faint scratches); the Stone plates are clean and sharp. Gimbel A150; curiously not in Carr; Smith I pp 105-110.

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        Civitas Londinum A.D. MDLX

      London: Cassells, 1865. London in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. Lithograph. Hand coloured. Presented in handmade wood and gold frame. Size: 440 x 1220 mm. Framed size 620 x 1390 mm Very good condition. 2 sheets joined. A fascinating plan of Elizabethan London extending from Westminster to the Tower of London. The plan features two coats of arms (one of the City of London, the other the royal coat of arms), plus two keys to principal buildings and landmarks. There is a note by John Dower on the map which states "This map is a facsimile (reduced) of the old one by Ralph Agas in the year 1560." Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin in Edward Weller&#39;s Weekly Dispatch Atlas.

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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 True first edition for subscription only. The trade edition did not appear until a year later. 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.

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      1865. In Two Volumes. London: Chapman and Hall, 1865. Original blind-stamped dark green cloth. First Edition. According to Trollope&#39;s autobiography, he wrote this novel~with a desire to prove that a novel may be produced without any love... In order that I might be strong in my purpose, I took for my heroine a very unattractive old maid [of 35!], who was overwhelmed with money troubles; but even she was in love before the end of the book...~Gerould observes that~Originally titled "The Modern Griselda," this is an amusing example of the way Trollope&#39;s characters, as they developed in his mind, contrived to write their own story -- in this instance quite against his will.~MISS MACKENZIE is among Trollope&#39; scarcer titles, ranked by Sadleir fourteenth among the 50+ fiction titles. There was at least one copy (described by Sadleir) bound in maroon cloth, but this dark green cloth binding is the standard one. This copy is in very good condition, with some wear mainly near the fore-edges and minor cracking of the original pale-yellow endpapers. We seldom see this title in any better condition. Sadleir (TROLLOPE) 20.

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      New York: Kimmel & Foster, 1865. Softcover. 140 x 203 mm (5 1/2 x 8"). Attractively matted. Evidence of previous matting (faint brown line at bottom and along right, outside the image, where earlier mat must have been), otherwise fresh, clean, uncreased, and altogther fine. Looking at the island from a southern vantage point, this is a fascinating view of Manhattan and environs at the end of the Civil War, before the great bridges spanned the river. The surprisingly verdant Battery Park is in the foreground, with ships docked at the piers on the tip of the island. The river is swarming with boats, from three-masted tall ships to steamships and ferries--and more vessels are docked all around the edges of the island and across the river at the Brooklyn piers. The great bridges that will connect Manhattan with the outer boroughs have yet to be built, and the tallest structures in the city are the church steeples. In the far distance uptown, we can see the beginnings of Frederick Law Olmstead&#39;s Central Park. The density of the buildings and the bustling river traffic establish it as a vital commercial center, the seed of what would become the financial capital of the world.

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        Autograph letter signed, 4-sides (each 8 ½ x 6 ½ inches) to the Rev. John Compton, Minstead Parsonage

      " Thanks for your good notes. I do not think much more or much that is better can be said of Ps XIX.5. The passage holds no doctrine, .........My version of vv.4.5 is 'There is no where a speaking/ and no where are worlds/and none of their voices/ have ever been heard/ There love is outreaching/ all over the earth/and their teachings so uppermost/ bounds of the world........". He continues by giving his versions of several other psalms, and finishes "No sinners shall rise up in judgement, nor wicked in councils of saints, in judgment not in the judgment, what say you and your books?". With postscript. Came Rectory, 25 Nov. 1865. Inscribed in another contemporary hand at head of first leaf "William Barnes, The Dorsetshire Poet". Some browning and a very small puncture to last leaf.

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      Mobile. July 31, 1865.. Broadside, 15 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches. Old fold lines. Heavily worn and stained, with tape repairs vertically down center and left edge of sheet. Slight loss along some folds, affecting a few words of text. Else good. This broadside, composed by a a member of the Union occupying forces after the Civil War, expresses outrage at the decision of army officials to exclude "private soldiers" from a masquerade ball. The author, who signs himself as "High Private," expresses indignation at the exclusion of the common soldiery, expressing a serious contempt for the officer corps. He writes: "[We] would like to know what class will compose the favorite guests? If negroes, we will be happy to stand off on the windward side. If citizens, we will respectfully give way. But if officers, we wish to say a word or two before we retire: If it had been a battle, instead of a ball, who would then have been excluded? Not the private soldier! We have suffered the privations of a soldier&#39;s life; we have left our fathers and mothers, our brothers and sisters, and our companions and children, and many of us have suffered the insolence of tyrannical officers. Thus it follows, insult is heaped upon injury....After weighing the matter carefully, we have decided on one of two conclusions: First, they wish to conceal from our gaze their dark deeds of lewdness. Secondly, they fear we may prove successful competitors. If correct in the first, we have seen enough already; but if correct in the second, they are welcome to their tainted meat." A contemporary manuscript notation at the bottom reads "1st Brig. 119th Ill.," indicating, perhaps, the intended audience or a previous owner. Not recorded in Hummel or Ellison, and not found in OCLC. Rare and interesting.

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        Buenos Ayres And Argentine Gleanings: With Extracts From A Diary Of Salado Exploration In 1862 And 1863.

      London, Edward Stanford, 1865 - First Edition 1865 original gilt decorated publisher's maroon cloth, school prize bookplate to pastedown, upper hinge cracked but firm. aeg, half title, frontis, tissue guard, xxi, [2], pp321 [1] 3 folding maps at rear (complete) one hand coloured, two maps with short inner margin closed tears [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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