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        The Flag of America Shall Never Grow Dim, Nor One Star be Obliterated from its Bright Galaxy! Maj. Gen. Hancock's First Army Corps of Veterans. A splendid opportunity to form a grand national guard, to vindicate the national honor, in defiance of all the enemies of the institutions of America. Recruiting office, "Berry's Marquee," 106 S. Sixth Street. ... Veterans, to the front! ... Application may be made, personally or by letter, to Benjamin Franklin, Chief of Detective Police, Mayor's Office, Philadelphia

      Philadelphia: n.p. [1865]. First edition. Broadside. A very good copy, small cellotape repair at fold, minor wear at extremities, small crease. 19 x 12 inches (48 x 30 cm). Three illustrations show an artillery man before a canon, a sailor, and a mounted cavalryman. A recruitment broadside for Winfield Scott Hancock's First Army Corps of Veterans by Philadelphia Chief of Detective Police, Benjamin Franklin. On the 28th of November, 1864, an order was issued by the War Department for raising and organizing twenty thousand infantry under command of Major General Winfield S. Hancock, to be enlisted for not less than one year. The privates were to consist only of able-bodied veterans who had served honorably, not less than two years, and therefore not subject to the draft; the officers to be commissioned by the President from those who had honorably served not less than two years. Shows the multiple bounties paid for varying terms of enlistment. Quite uncommon. OCLC locates only two copies: Lib. Co. Phila. & Lib. Congress.

      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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      London: Alfred William Bennett, 1865.. 270pp. plus twenty-four original photographs. Quarto. 20th-century three- quarter green morocco and cloth by Root & Son, a.e.g. Front hinge cleanly separated. All of the photographs in excellent condition. Very good. The first American literary volume illustrated with original photographs. The twenty-four beautiful photographs by Francis Frith are scenes captured during Frith's travels in Switzerland and elsewhere in Europe. Includes a preface by Frith. "The book is notable for its direct association of landscape photographs as non-literal visual equivalents of literary ideas" - TRUTHFUL LENS. "...HYPERION was a touristic narrative. Set in the early nineteenth century, the story's trajectory follows the course of the Rhine, with stops at tourist sites. The year before this edition was published, Frith had traveled the Rhine, and from those travels had produced THE GOSSIPING PHOTOGRAPHER ON THE RHINE. It is possible to imagine him picking up a copy of HYPERION on those travels, much like the clientele of Tauchnitz, or simply bringing it along to guide his perambulations and then deciding that it was a good idea to illustrate it himself. In any case, the photographs that resulted from this trip found their way into HYPERION...Thus Frith was not only the consumer but also the producer of the illustrated novel, and performed both the functions of the reader tracing the protagonist's journey and of the photographer confirming the fact of the journey through photographs" - Armstrong. See Carol Armstrong's book for an exhaustive scholarly treatment of the relationship between Frith's photography and Longfellow's text. TRUTHFUL LENS 106. Armstrong, SCENES IN A LIBRARY (1998), pp.284, 332-42, and passim.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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      Raleigh: Wm. B. Smith & Co., 1865.. 32pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Old stamp on front wrapper, titlepage and several text leaves. Foredge trimmed quite close, shaving a few letters from the final word in each line. Otherwise a very good copy. In a half morocco box. A scarce Confederate romance, illustrated on the front wrapper with a macabre scene of a soldier leaning on his rifle among a sea of skulls. Styled on the titlepage "Southern Field and Fireside Novelette 2 - New Series." Parrish & Willingham locate twenty-eight copies. PARRISH & WILLINGHAM 6307. CONFEDERATE BELLES-LETTRES 27.

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      1865. FRY, Francis, F.S.A. A DESCRIPTION OF THE GREAT BIBLE, 1539, and the Six Editions of Cranmer's Bible, 1540 and 1541, Printed by Grafto and Whitechurch: also of the Editions, in Large Folio, of the Authorized Version of the Holy Scriptures, Printed in the Years 1611, 1613, 1617, 1634, 1640. Illustrated with Titles, and with Passages from the Editions, the Genealogies, and the Maps, Copied in Facsimile, also with Identification of every Leaf of the First Seven, and of many Leaves of the other Editions; on Fifty-One Plates. TOGETHER WITH AN ORIGINAL LEAF OF EACH OF THE EDITIONS DESCRIBED. London, Willis and Sotheran, 1865. Folio. 41.7 x 27 cm. [viii], 42pp. + 52[f., with two charts, one of them folding, and 14 original leaves from early Bibles. Francis Fry, a Quaker and an Abolitionist, based his fortune on railroads and the Fry chocolate factory. He collected more than 1300 early Bibles, focussing on Tyndale, Coverdale and Cranmer. This is an extraordinary leaf book, in almost perfect condition. Small library stamp to verso of title-page; small tear to edge of p. 29, not affecting text; toning and half-inch tear to edge of folding chart. Rebound to period in half morocco and marbled boards.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        Histoire de la Revolution Francaise

      Paris - Furne, 1865 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A comprehensive history of the events of the French Revolution, in French. Thirteenth edition. Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe Thiers was a French politician and historian. Thiers was a prime minister under King Louis-Philippe of France. Following the overthrow of the Second Empire he again came to prominence as the French leader who suppressed the revolutionary Paris Commune of 1871. From 1871 to 1873 he served initially as Head of State (effectively a provisional President of France), then provisional President. When, following a vote of no confidence in the National Assembly, his offer of resignation was accepted (he had expected a rejection) he was forced to vacate the office. He was replaced as Provisional President by Patrice de Mac-Mahon, Duke of Magenta, who became full President of the Republic, a post Thiers had coveted, in 1875 when a series of constitutional laws officially creating the Third Republic were enacted. With fifty-four plates, collated complete. Complete in ten volumes. Condition: In half-morocco bindings with marbled boards. Externally sound, with some rubbing and some light wear to the spines and extremities. Loss to front board of volume III and rear board of volume IV. Internally, firmly bound. Bookplates to front pastedowns. Pages are bright, but with some scattered light spotting. Overall: VERY GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        CRANIA BRITANNICA. Delineations and Descriptions of the Skulls of the Aboriginal and Early Inhabitants of the British Islands: with Notices of Their Other Remains. Volume I. Text. Volume II. Plates and Descriptions. [bound with] "Osteological Contributions to the Natural History of the Chimpanzees (Troglodytes) and Orangs (Pithecus). No. IV. Description of the Cranium of an Adult Male Gorilla from the River Danger, West Coast of Africa, ... ". [1851]. By Professor Owen

      London:: Printed for the Subscribers,. 1865.. Folio. 14-7/8" x 11". 1st edition. 2 volumes in 1.. Period brown half-leather binding, with brown pebbled cloth boards. Marbled paper eps. TEG.. Ex-lib, with the usual markings, though not obtrusively or. obsessively so. Joints rubbed. A solid VG copy.. 66 plates (some folding). Intratextual cuts. Plus 5 plates illustrate the Owen article.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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      1865. Original artwork in pencil. Approx. image size 85 × 60 mm with large margins all round. John Tenniel's monogram to the lower right. Mounted, glazed and framed. Portion of backing from previous mount cut round and retained, with ink inscription of Mr & Mrs Ben Wolf; framers' label of Kennedy & Co. Rare Prints, 693 & 5th Ave.; later sticker of Newman Galleries, Philadelphia. Fine. Tenniel's original preliminary drawing for the illustration of the Gryphon which appears on page 138 of the 1865 first edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Carroll gave Tenniel the exact measurements of each image as they were to fit on the page around the text. The drawings were then traced onto woodblocks and engraved by the Dalziel Brothers. The final stage in the reproduction process was to make electrotype plates from the woodblocks, using them as masters. The electrotype plates were used for the actual printing. There were enormous difficulties preserving Tenniel's delicate pencilwork throughout this process, and Carroll famously cancelled the 1865 first edition on account of its poorly-reproduced illustrations. When one sees at first hand the extreme delicacy of line and tone in Tenniel's original, one must have some sympathy for the poor engravers and printers. Accompanying the drawing is a copy of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: An 1865 printing re-described (Privately printed for The Jabberwock, 1990), which includes a census of the original drawings by Justin G. Schiller, this copy with a signed inscription by Justin Schiller on the half-title: "For the owner of the recently unearthed original art of the sleeping Gryphon (A33), a genuine Tenniel drawing used by the Dalziels for making the woodblock used in the 1865 "Alice" but not [double underline] in my census", signed and dated 16 April 2004.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Genêve. 11 Novembre." Blick vom gegenüberliegenden Ufer der Rhône aus auf die Altstadt mit Pont des Bergues und Ile de Rousseau im Vordergrund

      Gouachierte Lithographie um 1865. 9x18.8 cm. - Dekorative Ansicht in sehr schönen Farben. Bis zur Einfassung beschnitten und auf gelbliches Papier montiert. Auf dem Unterblatt eine Einfassungslinie und der handschriftliche Titel, kalligraphisch schön, in Sepia ausgeführt.

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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      2011. THOREAU, Henry David. LETTERS TO VARIOUS PERSONS. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. First edition. A most interesting copy, inscribed by Annie Delano to her Uncle Ned on 31 July in the year of publication. An early inscription as the book was not listed for sale until the August 1865. The recipient, Edward Delano was one of President Franklin Roosevelt's maternal grandfather's brothers and Annie Delano was his aunt. There are a few tiny nicks at the head and tail of the spine and some foxing throughout the text, on the whole, however, it is a sturdy pleasing early copy with an interesting pedigree. (BAL 20116, binding a)

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        CAPE COD

      Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1865. First Edition. Original cloth. Internally quite clean. Spine gilt bright with some fraying to the tips and edges. Very Good. Original purple Z cloth. Binding D, no priority. BAL 20115: 2,040 copies printed. Borst A5.1.a states that 2000 copies were printed. Catalogue dated December 1864. Modern bookplate on front free endpaper.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        LETTERS to Various Persons

      1865. hardcover. Thoreau, Henry David. LETTERS to Various Persons. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. Original blind-stamped green cloth. <p>First Edition of the first collection of Thoreau&#39;s letters, which consisted of only 2,100 copies; the next printing (only 150 copies) would not be until 1877. The editor, "R. W. E.", who provided the brief prefatory Notice, was of course Ralph Waldo Emerson.</p> <p>This copy is in green sand-grain cloth, and on the spine it reads "Author of Walden and A Week on Concord River"; there are six primary binding states (different colors and grains of cloth), without precedence; this is the only one of the six to read thus on the spine, not mentioning "Excursions."</p> <p>Condition is bright and near-fine (cloth barely wearing through at a few points on the edges). Borst A6.1.a, binding state 1.</p> (Sumner & Stillman Code:11976)

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      2011. THOREAU, Henry David. LETTERS TO VARIOUS PERSONS. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. First edition. A most interesting copy, inscribed by Annie Delano to her Uncle Ned on 31 July in the year of publication. An early inscription as the book was not listed for sale until the August 1865. The recipient, Edward Delano was one of President Franklin Roosevelt&#39;s maternal grandfather&#39;s brothers and Annie Delano was his aunt. There are a few tiny nicks at the head and tail of the spine and some foxing throughout the text, on the whole, however, it is a sturdy pleasing early copy with an interesting pedigree. (BAL 20116, binding a)

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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&#39;s blind-stamped cloth with gilt title on the spine.* 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&#39;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&#39;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. Front joint repaired, front and rear hinge weak, otherwise an excellent clean copy. Very rare. Horn-Schenkling II(4), p. 453.

      [Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg bv]
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        Johnson&#39;s New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World, with Physical Geography, and with Descriptions Geographical, Statistical, and Historical

      New York: A. J. Johnson. 1865. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. H Hard Cover. Fair. Johnson&#39;s 1865 world atlas, externally worn but with most maps in generally very good condition. Collated and complete, with 105 color maps, several double-page and some insets, 136 pages of text, additional illustrations. Green cloth lettered in gilt, green leather spine, 18.5" tall. Covers rubbed with chipping to the edges and spine ends, binding sound, maps very good but with 8 having clean closed tears along the center fold line (maximum halfway up from bottom), horizontal closed tear across right hand page of national emblems, bottom third of left side of NY map missing, minor dampstains to lower margins near the back of the atlas affecting the border of only Palestine, Turkey and Hindustan. Color good, pages very clean.

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        Our Mutual Friend

      1865. first edition. First Edition in Book FormIn The Original ClothDICKENS, Charles. Our Mutual Friend. With Illustrations by Marcus Stone. In Two Volumes. London: Chapman and Hall, 1865. First edition in book form, first state following all forty-two points listed in Smith. Two octavo volumes (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 in; 224 x 140 mm). xi, [1, blank], 320, 36 as publisher&#39;s catalogue dated January 1865; vii, [1, List of Illustrations], 309, [1, imprint], [1, adv.], [1, blank], 4 as publisher&#39;s advertisements dated November 1865. With green paper advertisement for Chapman and Hall&#39;s The Martins of Cro&#39; Martin mounted to front free end papers of both volumes. Forty black and white plates, including frontispieces.Publisher&#39;s dark reddish-brown sand-grain cloth. The front and back covers are stamped in blind with a thin single-line border and a decorative equilateral rounded arch-frame. The thick arch-frame within the border occupies the remaining area of the covers and is embellished with a variety of leaves and a design of three flowers midway on each side of the arch and three in each of the top two corners above the arch. The spines have five gilt bands at the top and bottom and are richly ornamented with a gilt design of leaves, flowers, flourishes, and lineal borders. The spines are decoratively lettered in gilt. Original pale-yellow coated endpapers. Hinges expertly and near invisibly restored. Light wear to spine extremities. The plates are in unusually nice condition with most quite clean and only a few exhibiting just the lightest of mottling and toning to margins. An excellent copy."Our Mutual Friend originally appeared in twenty numbers, bound in nineteen monthly parts, the last part forming a doouble number, from May 864 - November 1865. The first volume was published in book form on January 20, 1865; the second on October 21, 1865. 11s each." (Smith).Smith I, 15. Sadleir 687. Eckel pp. 94-95.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Our Mutual Friend. In Two Volumes

      London - Chapman and Hall, 1865 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The first edition of Dickens&#39; last complete novel, Our Mutual Friend. Complete in two volumes. Bound from the parts. With forty illustrated plates by Marcus Stone, collated complete. The novel with its panoramic treatment of contemporary society, complex plotting, scathing social satire, and masterly emblematic art recalls both Bleak House and Little Dorrit. It differs from these predecessors in a number of important ways, however. Most notably, both of the love stories at the heart of the book (the earlier novels each have only one main love story) end on a very positive note -ODNB. Condition: In a Victorian calf binding. Externally, rubbed. The joints are starting. The front hinge of volume two is slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound, with foxing as usual and some marks. There are small tidemarks to the margins of the first 90 pages of volume one. Overall: GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Map of the World

      Emanuel Gottlieb Leutz, 1865. A POWERFUL MONUMENT TO AMERICA&#39;S IDEOLOGICAL SUPREMACY AND HER RETURN TO WORLD POLITICS AT THE END OF THE CIVIL WAR Oil on canvas Canvas size: 32" x 40 3/4" Frame size: 44 3/4" x 53 1/4" Signed in monogram and dated lower left: EGL 1865/66 Provenance: The collection of the United States Department of State; Private Collection As a strong supporter of Europe&#39;s Revolutions of 1848 and as one of the greatest proponents of American democracy, the celebrated history painter, Emanuel Leutze, created powerful visual landmarks illustrating the distinctiveness and independence of the United States. Painted in 1865, in the same year as the end of the American Civil War, his oil painting, A Map of the World, is a monument to America&#39;s concept of Manifest Destiny and a powerful symbol of her return to universal authority. . Book.

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        Drum-Taps (First Edition | Poems | Poetry | Leaves of Grass)

      Washington, 1865. FIRST EDITION, first printing. This is specially bound (1 of only 500 copies) with the separately printed "Sequel to Drum Taps" 24 pages (separately paginated), Full brown cloth with gilt lettering on the front cover, moderate wear, spine professionally relaid, paper in the gutter behind the boards, no half-title as is usual with this work, exlibrary with the embossed design of a circulating library on the title page. This book contains much of Whitman&#39;s wartime poetry which was incorporated into later editions of Leaves of Grass. Very minor chips to the foredge of the title page. No previous owner&#39;s names. Overall in GOOD condition. A good gift. Photos available upon request.. First Edition. Full Cloth. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Hardcover.

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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)

      Rouen: Imprimerie de H. Boissel, 1865. Broché. 14,5x23cm. Edition originale. Très rare exemplaire provenant de la bibliothèque de Gustave Flaubert, référencé sous le numéro 22 dans la vente de la succession de Mme Franklin Grout-Flaubert le 18 novembre 1931. Bel envoi autographe: "A l&#39;auteur de Mme Bovary et de Salaambo, Cordial hommage de son admirateur." Infime accroc et petite tache sans gravité affectant une tranche. Petite déchirure restaurée en pied du dos sans manque. Célèbre compositeur et musicien, Jean-Amédée Lefroid de Méreaux (1802-1874) avait été l&#39;élève de Reicha, puis pianiste du duc de Bordeaux, virtuose à Paris, Londres, Rouen (où il mourut) et musicographe. Lire à son sujet la belle biographie-hommage de Marmontel : "... En 1832, il exécuta plusieurs fois avec Chopin un duo de sa composition sur le Pré aux Clercs (...) En 1835, Méreaux renonça à sa vie mouvementée de virtuose pour se fixer à Rouen, où il conquit rapidement la sympathie universelle. (...) Admis à l&#39;Académie des Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts de Rouen, en 1858, il fut nommé président de cette Société en 1865; cet honneur très-rarement accordé à un musicien, était un double hommage rendu au caractère comme à l&#39;érudition de l&#39;artiste. (...)La décoration [de la Légion d&#146;Honneur] de ce savant compositeur, de cet éminent critique, de ce savant érudit, qui fut à la fois président de l&#39;Académie des Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts de Rouen et vice-président du congrès scientifique et archéologique réuni à Rouen sous la présidence de M. de Caumont, la décoration de Méreaux, dis-je, fut accueillie avec enthousiasme dans la ville d&#39;adoption de cet artiste distingué. Un banquet lui fut offert dans lequel prirent place des amis, des élèves d&#39;Amédée Méreaux, des notabilités artistiques et littéraires parmi lesquelles nous citerons MM. Clogenson, conseiller honoraire, Bouilhet, Gustave Flaubert, Lucien Dautresme, Charles Vervoitte. (...) Le nom d&#39;Amédée Méreaux restera parmi ceux des maîtres dont la vie entière est un exemple et un noble enseignement." (Marmontel). Très recherchés, les ouvrages de la bibliothèque de Flaubert sont d&#39;une insigne rareté. - Imprimerie de H. Boissel, Rouen _1865, 14,5x23cm, broché. - broché

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        The fishes of Malabar

      London, Bernard Quaritch, 1865. Large 4to (32.5 x 25.5 cm). xxxii, 293 pp., 20 engraved plates. Later green cloth. Spine with black morocco label and gilt lines and title.* A very rare book by the British ichthyologist and Inspector-General of Fisheries in India, Francis Day (1829-1889) on the fish fauna of southwestern India, from Goa to the southern tip of the peninsula. He is best known for writing the fish-section of the Fauna of British India, but this earlier work is perhaps more important. This is the very rare original, however, the plain edition. The finely engraved plates and text figures are by the author. At least one species, Microphis bleekeri, is new. Subscribers, with the number of copies ordered split into coloured and plain copies, are listed in the front. In all, no more than 28 coloured copies, and 19 plain copies are listed, the latter mainly ordered by bookshops and governmental organizations. Uncut. A very good clean copy. Dean I, p. 303; Nissen ZBI, 1055.

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        Buste af H.C. Andersen udført af Bing & Grøndahl efter Bissens model som han modellerede 1864 med Andersen som levende model. [Bust of Hans Christian Andersen, made by Bing & Grøndal after Bissen's model, which he modelled in 1864 with Andersen as a living model].

      København, Bing & Grøndahl, 1865. H:27 cm. B:14 cm. D:13 cm. Udført af B&G i biscuit i 1865.. Andersen må have været glad for busten, af ham kaldet "den Bissen-Bingske Buste", idet han brugte den som gave til venner i den snævre kreds. Han bestilte selv 8 eksemplarer af den. Bissen udtalte selv efter at Andersen havde siddet model for ham "Vorherre havde givet sig tid til at skabe hans hoved aparte fremfor de fleste andres". Bissens buste må siges at give et fint billede af Andersen, der er mere end portrætlighed i den, der er også noget af Andersens sjæl og hele væsen.Andersen must have liked the bust himself, as he used it as a present for his closest friends. He ordered eight copies of it. By Andersen, the bust was called the "Bissen-Bingske Bust".After Andersen had modeled for Bissen, Bissen said "Our Lord had taken his time to create his head queer above that of most others." Bissen's bust must be said to display a very fine portrait of Andersen; There is more than exact likeness to it, there is also some of Andersen's soul and very nature in it

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

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

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        PRE-HISTORIC TIMES, as illustrated by Ancient remains, and the Manners and Customs of Modern Savages.

      xxiii, (1), (1), 2 - 512pp. Tinted lithograph frontispiece, and two other-full-page plates, one coloured; plus numerous black & white woodcuts in the text. Recent sympathetic quarter calf, gilt over marbled boards; black & gilt title-label to spine. New endpapers. 8vo. Small contemporary oval photograph of the author pasted on to title-page and the words, Sir and Bart have been added either side of the author's printed name in ink, presumably by the author. Inscribed, From the Author in ink on the half-title. Some spotting. mostly to the verso of the plates, else a very good presentation copy.

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        Mildred Arkell. A novel. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols.

      Tinsley Brothers. 1865 Half titles, final ad. leaf vol. I. Orig. sand-grained purple cloth, boards blocked in blind, gilt spines; spines sl. dulled & rubbed, front board vol. II with compression marks. A good-plus copy.Sadleir 3351, in his fourth group for rarity; Wolff 7282. With Presentation Inscription from the Author, 'For Harry - With Mamma's love. E.W.'.

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        Ur hoffotografen J. Jaegers album öfver Stockholm och dess omgifningar. Fem fotografiska afbildningar. Pris 10 kr.

      Stockholm. Joh. Jaeger Kongl. Hoffotograf. Ca. 1865-1870. Portfolio containing 5 albumen photographs mounted on card boards. Portfolio 25 x 33 cm. 3 card boards 23,5 x 31,5 cm, 2 card boards 23 x 30,5 cm. Size of the actual photographs 13-13,5 x 21 cm. Original paper board portfolio with blue cloth spine. Printed title at the front and back boards. Card boards blind stamped "Joh. Jaeger Kongl. Hoffotograf Stockholm ". Drottningholm castle and one of the views from Mosebacke with rounded upper corners. Some wear and browning to the portfolio. Ties missing. One of the Mosebacke views somewhat faded, with a crease, a few small stains and a browned card board with a break. Another photo with a stain. A few minor spots to the other card boards. A litlle browning to the margins of one card board. Four photos with nice tonal range.. Five early photo views of Stockholm by Johannes Jaeger, photographer to the Royal Court. Jaeger was the most celebrated photographer in Stockholm from the 1860s throughout the century. Eventhough Jaeger left the country in 1890, his studio remained and kept its high profile. The photos depicts; the Royal Castle from Skeppsholmen; Drottningholm Castle; the city from Skansberget in Djurgården; two photos of the Old Town from Mosebacke, each with slightly different angle. One of the views from Mosebacke is probably supplied from another copy. When the portfolio was sold it is unlikely that it would have contained two similar views. Originally there was probably a fifth motif

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        L'ITALIA PITTORESCA. Opera del tutto nuova compilata... particolarmente su quelle di Cantù, La Farina, Scotto, Vasi, Audot, Mousset, ecc.

      In-8 gr., primo vol. (su 2), cartonato mod., tit. oro su tassello al dorso, pp. 944, con 30 belle tavv. f.t. di vedute in litografia o inc. su legno. ?L?Italia nel suo territorio, citta', borghi, castelli, uomini e donne celebri, costumi e storia ossia descrizione illustrata con disegni delle persone e dei luoghi italiani". In questo primo volume sono descritte: "Piemonte e Liguria", con 3 tavv. (Torino, Genova e Nizza) - "Lombardia", con 18 tavv. (Milano, Arco della Pace, Cattedrale di Monza, Palazzo Comunale di Monza, Certosa di Pavia, Castello di Bereguardo, Palazzo dei Cusani a Chignolo, le Torri di Pavia, Lodi, Duomo di Crema e Arco del Torrazzo, Duomo di Cremona, Cattedrale di Brescia, Piazza Virgiliana a Mantova, Esterno del Duomo di Mantova e sua torre, Casa di Torquato Tasso in Bergamo, Cappella Colleoni in Bergamo, Panorama di Como, Chiesa di Galliano (presso Como) - "Veneto", con 9 tavv. (La Piazzetta di Venezia, Basilica di S. Marco, Ponte di Rialto, l'Arsenale, Chioggia, Mestre, Piazza del Duomo di Treviso, Castelfranco, Piazza di Rovigo). Qualche lieve fiorit., pagg. ingiallite per la qualità della carta ma complessivam. ben conservato.

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        Pantheon des illustrations francaises au xix. siecle... publie' sous la direction de victor frond. paris, abel pilon, lemercier, s.a. (1865 ca.).

      In-folio (cm. 39), pp. 200 circa complessive. Con 40 splendidi ritratti litografici su carta di Cina applicati alle tavole. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle e percallina rossa, dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati a secco con titoli centrali. Tagli dorati. Esemplare fresco, a carte candide ed in perfetto stato di conservazione. Bella serie di ritratti dei principali personaggi della vita culturale e politica francese ottocentesca. La qualità della litografia è di sorprendente bellezza; vi è poi da notare che tutti i ritratti sono stati eseguiti da fotografie dei maggiori fotografi del tempo (Nadar, Meyer et Pierson, Bisson, P. Petit, Carjat, Trinquart, ecc.). Ciascun ritratto è accompagnato da una pagina con note biografiche ed una pagina di autografo. Fra i personaggi ritratti: Arago, Berlioz, E. Delacroix, Gavarni, Victor Hugo, Ingres, Lamartine, Lesseps, Meyerbeer, George Sand, ecc.

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        Ueber verschiedene für die Anwendung bequeme Formen der Hauptgleichungen der mechanischen Wärmetheorie.[Zürich: Fäsi & Beer, 1865].

      The true first edition (see below) of Clausius' introduction of the term 'entropy' and the culmination of his work on the second law of thermodynamics. Clausius is today regarded, alongside Sadi Carnot, as the founder of modern thermodynamics.<br/><br/> Clausius explains his introduction of the term 'entropy' as follows: "I propose to name the quantity <i>S</i> the entropy of the system, after the Greek word [&tau;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&eta; <i>trope</i>], the transformation. I have deliberately chosen the word entropy to be as similar as possible to the word energy: the two quantities to be named by these words are so closely related in physical significance that a certain similarity in their names appears to be appropriate." Clausius concludes the present paper with his now classic statement of the first and second laws of thermodynamics: 'Die Energie der Welt ist constant; die Entropie strebt einen Maximum zu.' ('The energy of the universe is constant; the entropy of the universe tends towards a maximum'). <br/><br/> "The beautiful symmetry of this statement... did not suffice to impose the [entropy] concept in early thermodynamics. Clausius himself preferred the now forgotten concept of disgregation, which he intuitively grasped as the dispersion of the molecules of a body... the leaders of British thermodynamics judged the entropy concept too abstract and rather reasoned in terms of available and dissipated energy, which directly referred to the human ability to exploit energy sources - and, for Thomson, to God's unwillingness to intervene in the created world. In their treatises on heat James Clerk Maxwell and his friend Peter Guthrie Tate cared so little about Clausius's entropy as to give an erroneous definition of it. <br/><br/> "French, German and American thermodynamicists were more receptive to this notion. In the 1870s, the engineer François Massieu discovered that the entropy function could be used to form thermodynamic potentials from which all the thermodynamic properties of a substance resulted by simple derivations; and the American Josiah Willard Gibbs founded the laws of chemical equilibrium on Clausius's entropy law. In the 1880s, Hermann von Helmholtz recovered similar laws... and his disciple Max Planck reformulated thermodynamics on the basis of the energy and entropy laws. By the end of the century, the entropy concept belonged to the standard equipment of well-educated physcists..." (Garrigol, pp. 4-5). <br/><br/> The present paper was presented to the <i>Naturforschenden Gesellschaft</i> of Zürich on 25th April, 1865 and published in July. It was then republished in the 1st August issue of <i>Annalen der Physik</i> (Bd. 125, No. 9, pp. 353-400). Although it is the <i>Annalen</i> issue that is referred to by most bibliographies (e.g. DSB), the present issue is the true first publication of this important paper. <br/><br/> See DSB III: 303-11 and O. Darrigol, "The origins of the entropy concept", Séminaire Poincaré 2 (2003), 1-12.. 8vo (196 x 130 mm), pp 1-59 in 'Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich', 10. Jahrgang, Erstes Heft, 1865. Extracted in original plain yellow wrappers, fine and clean throughout

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        A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field. Received October 27, - Read December 8, 1864.

      London, Taylor and Francis, 1865. 4to. No wrappers as extracted from "Philosophical Transactions", Vol. 155. Title-page to volume 155. Pp. 459-512. Title-page with minor light browning at corners. Internally clean. A stamp on verso of title-page.. First printing of this fundamental paper, in which Maxwell unified the theory of light-waves, electricity, and magnetism in his spectacular laws of electromagnetism. The paper represents THE BIRTH OF ONE OF THE GREATEST DISCOVERIES IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE and the most SPECTACULAR TRIUMPH OF THE 19TH CENTURY - it had an enormous impact on science and technology. Working out a few simple equations that expressed all the varied phenomena of electricity and magnetism, Maxwell bound them indissolubly together, showing that electricity and magnetism could not exist in isolation. Maxwell's suggestion that electromagnetic waves could be generated in a laboratory was confirmed by Heinrich Hertz's in 1887 and laid the foundations for the later inventions of radio, television, and radar."Since Maxwell's time, Physical Reality has been thought of as represented by continuous fields...not capable of any mechanical interpretation. This change in the conception of Reality is the most profound and the most fruitful that physics has experienced since the time of Newton."(Albert Einstein in "James Clerk Maxwell" 1931)."James Clerk Maxwell (1831-79) succeeded in formulating Faraday's geometrical ideas in exact mathematical language. He became the founder of the electromagnetic field theory which described all electric and magnetic action as the consequence of eight partial differential equations of the first order, the celebrated "Maxwellian equations". These equations established the interrelation between two fundamental field vectors, the electric and the magnetic field strength, based on Faraday's experiments, but augmented by the 'displacement current' which was too small to be directly observable by the instruments available in his time - it was put in solely by Maxwell's ingenious intuition.....The Maxwellian theory gave Faraday's field ideas their full significance and became the most important accomplishment of nineteenth-century physics. We could not imagine the physics of our day without the Maxwellian theory, even if we know today that these equations describe the electric phenomena only in their macroscopic manifestations, but fail to account for the atomistic structure of electricity demonstrated by the existence of the electron and proton." (Cornelius Lanzos in "The Einstein Decade (1905-1915", p.71-72)."A generation later Einstein's work on relativity was founded directly upon Maxwell's electromagnetic theory; it was this that led him to equate Faraday with Galileo and Maxwell with Newton." (PMM No 355). - Dibner. Heralds of Science No 68. - Milestones of Science No 144

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        Yachts and Yacht Building: Being a Treatise on the Construction of Yachts and Other Matters Relating to Yachting.

      E.& F.N. Spon, London 1865. 8vo. XII + 92 pages + VIII tables + 10 foldable plates. Illustrated in b/w. Publisher's blue, blind-tooled cloth with gilt title and decoration on front cover. Covers with very light signs of use. On the paste down a book plate and an owner's stamp mark in blue, both from "Handels- of Søfartsmuseet paa Kronborg". On the half-title page a red stamp mark stating "Kasseret af Handels- og Søfartsmuseet" (Discarded from "The museum of Trade and Merchant Shipping"). The largest of the foldable plates with some marginal wear to the uncut parts stretching out from the book. In all other regards a very fine and well preserved copy of this very rare book on how to outline and build your own yacht.. An early, but very important book on Yacht building, from the beginning of the Era when privately build and used larger vessels were becoming more and more popular

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        Originalt fotografi.

      (Ca. 1865). 8,7 x 5,5 cm. Monteret på sort pap m. guldrand (pappet måler 10,3 x 6,3 cm), for neden på forsiden trykt i guld: "Johs Jaeger/ Stockholm/ Fredsgatan 13." Det samme samt "Kongl. Hoffotograf" er trykt på bagsiden. Fotografiet forestiller en yngre Ibsen, end man normalt ser afbildet, i halv profil m. hovedet drejet til venstre, i hvid skjorte, slips og mørk velourjakke med satinkanter, uden briller.. Original photograph of the famous Norwegian playwright, the author of "Hedda Gabler" (PMM 375: "Revolution in the Theatre"), "Pillars of Society, "A Doll's House" etc, etc. Original photographs of Ibsen are hard to come by and very sought after, especially ones from before 1870

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

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

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        Altona. Kolor. Lithographie nach J. Gottheil bei Loeillot. Berlin, um 1865. 41 x 52 cm. Gerahmt.

      Großes Panorama in der Mitte und 8 Randansichten von Rainville's Garten, Dreifaltigkeits Kirche, Rathausmarkt, Heiligegeist Kirche, Schmidt's Tivoli, Gas Ansalt, Altona von der Nordseite und Krankenhaus. Dazwischen dezente Ornamentverzierung.- Leicht gebräunt im äußersten Rand am Passepartout.

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        Das Schleswig'sche Wattenmeer und die friesischen Inseln. Mit 10 Bildern und 1 Karte nach Originalzeichnungen.

      VIII, 277 S. Mit 10 getönten lithograph. Tafeln u. 1 mehrfach gefalteten getönten lithograph. Karte. Dunkelblauer Halbleinen der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe. - Alberti 687, 12. - "Ich habe mir vorgenommen ein Buch zu schreiben über meine kleine Welt, über meine kleinen nordfriesischen Inseln, meinen kleinen inselfriesischen Volksstamm und das große, gewaltige ... viel gefährdende und dereinst verschlingende Nordmeer" (Vorwort). - "Es ist H's Verdienst das Überlieferte im Sinne einer umfassenden Heimatkunde aufgezeichnet zu haben. Ohne ihn wäre das geschichtliche Wissen von den Besonderheiten Sylts und den nordfriesischen Inseln geringer" (Biographisches Lexikon für Schleswig-Holstein und Lübeck, Band 7, S. 129ff.) - Mit Abbildungen des Hafens von Husum, des Morsumkliffs, von Wyck u. Boldixum auf Föhr u. von Sylt (Keitum, Westerland, Hörnum u.a.). - Widmung auf Vortitel, durchgehend gering stockfleckig.

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        Preliminares da Ampelographia e Onologia do paiz Vinhateiro do Douro. Brüssel, 1865-1869. 8 Orig.-Farblithographien und 4 faksimilierte (broschierte) Texthefte in goldgepr. OLwd.-Kassette.

      Oberlé, Fastes, 983.- Seltene Serie der Suite mit den acht farblithographierten Tafeln, die die Trauben des Douro-Tals zeigen: Bastardo; Tourica; Moirisco-Tinto do Douro; Tinta Francisca; Tinta Carvalha; Tinta Casteloa; Verdelho Estimado ou Coveio; Codega.- Diese Lithographien (um 1865) wurden gezeichnet und gestochen von Emilio Pimentel.- Die vier faksimilierten Broschüren (von 2012) beschreiben den Douro Quintas und die Pflege der acht wichtigsten Sorten, aus denen der berühmte (Port-)Wein hergestellt wird.- Tafeln an den breiten weißen Rändern etwas stockfleckig.-

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        Our mutual friend. london, chapman and hall, 193, piccadilly, 1865.

      Due volumi legati in uno di cm. 21, pp. xi (1) 320; vii (1) 309 (1). Con antiporta e primo frontespizio illustrati al primo volume e antiporta al secondo + 38 tavole fuori testo con incisioni di Marcus Stone. Solida ed elegante legatura novecentesca in piena pelle verde, dorso a cinque nervi con fregi in oro e titoli su doppio tassello bicolori. Piatti inquadrato da doppio filetto e tagli dorati. Sguardie marmorizzate. Entro custodia in cartonato rigido. Esemplare con poche, sporadiche fioritura, peraltro in ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratterebbe della prima edizione e prima tiratura che si distingue per alcuni refusi tipografici segnalati tra cui la parola errata ""pricipal"" a pagina 115, linea 38.

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        [Fotografier efter taflor, målade af H. M. Konung Carl XV]

      Fotografie, Fr. Lamm, Stockholm. 1865-1868? Oblong folio. 28,5 x 35 cm. 23 albumen photographs mounted on heavy card board. Printed captions in swedish and french at each card board. 20th. century half cloth. Marbled board papers. Some wear to the binding. Boards a bit bent. Nice condition.. The album contains twentytwo photographs depicting oil paintings executed by king Carl XV. There is also a photo of a portrait depicting the king. In 1865 Lamm published the work "Fotografier efter taflor, målade af H. M. Konung Carl XV. Cahier I", containing 13 photographs. The present album contains all of them. It is unclear if any further parts were published. Since this album contains nine more photographs it is likely that at least one more part was in fact published. The work is not present in the "Swedish Royal Library" and, surprisingly, not in the "Bernadotte Library", the king´s private library. The only copy in the swedish library system is at "Konstfack" (Sweden´s main art school) containing nine photographs only (one doublet). All the "Konstfack" plates are present in this copy as well as in the first part of the work cited above. In 1866 Lamm was advertising to find paintings by Carl XV to reproduce in photography which suggests that the efforts were being made to publish a second part of the work, eventhough there is no evidence of a second part. Lamm was active from about 1862 to1868. Carl XV was a great art lover and a patron of the swedish art scene. He was obviously also an active painter in his own right. The album has Martin Carlssons code inscription at the back paste down "ssb5059=544-raix". The first section probably means "Stockholms stads bokauktion May 9th. 1950". The rest is unknown. Carlsson was a great print collector. He had one of the greatest Rembrandt print collections in the world and also a very large collection of Bernadotte material, which was aquired by the Royal Library after his death. He is also said to have been a forger of Rembrandt prints and using the collections at the National Museum of Fine Arts a bit to freely.The plates in this copy are: The king, Ulriksdal, Toorsebro Bruk, Upsala, Mälaren, Leckö, Ljusne Elf, Wermdön, Frötuna Kyrka, Vy från Bergslagen, Calles Klimp, Winterlandskap i Dalarne, Bäckaskog, Åminne, Lommaren, Isterdalen, Stördalshalsen, Sogn, Hardangerfjorden, Sagatjaur, Sahrasbraten, Fjellpartie i Norrige and Thelemarken. A rare set of photographs

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        Recherches sur le systeme nerveux cerebro-spinal. sa structure, ses fonctions et ses maladie. paris, bailliere, 1865.

      In-8 gr. (mm. 242x157), mz. tela edit. (picc. spacchi alle cerniere), pp. (4),80. Disponibile il solo Atlante che raccoglie 40 interessanti tavole, ciasc. con più figg., disegnate dal vero da Luys e litografate da Léveillé, tutte dettagliatamente. descritte. Prima edizione. -br-Cfr. Lorenz,III,328 - Garrison-Morton,1402: "Description of the hypothalamus, 'nucleus of Luys'".-br-"Jules Bernard Luys (1828-1897), medico della Salpetrière, si dedicò allo studio dell'anatomia e dell'istologia del cervello", cosi' Diz. Treccani,VII, p. 195.Solo qualche lieve fiorit., altrim. esemplare ben conservato.

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