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        Atlas du voyage d'exploration en Indo-Chine effectué pendant les années 1866, 1867 et 1868 par une commission française... première partie: Cartes et plans.Paris, Hachette, 1873. Folio (49.5 x 37 cm). With 12 chromoxylographed maps, 1 tinted lithographed view and 9 wood-engraved plates. Original publisher's red cloth, original endpapers, rebacked. In a blue cloth portfolio.

      Cordier, Indosinica, cols. 1012-1013; Cordier, Sinica, cols. 329-330; Gomane, L'exploration du Mekong; Satow 147. Single volume containing the most important maps and architectural drawings from the rare official account of the French 1866-1868 Mekong expedition led by Ernest Doudart de Lagrée and Francis Garnier. Due to financial difficulties, only 300 copies of the official account were printed. It included a two-volume travel account, an atlas volume containing the expedition's maps and architectural drawings and an atlas volume with scenic drawings.The present first of the two atlas volumes contains all the extensive maps made by the expedition, showing modern Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and parts of China and Myanmar. Also present are several plans, elevations and details of Khmer buildings, drawn by expedition member Louis Delaporte, who would later publish extensively on the subject. Amongst these are the first extensive architectural drawings of the great temple complex of Angkor Wat.With the bookplate of Frank B. Forbes. Binding rebacked and worn at the extremities. Paper slightly discoloured, otherwise in good condition.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        The PRINCE'S PROGRESS And Other Poems

      London: MacMillan, 1866. 1st edition (NCBEL III, 497). Green cloth binding with gilt stamped title lettering to spine and gilt design stamped to front & back boards. Gilt bright. A bit cocked. Binder's ticket to rear eps. A pleasing VG - VG+ copy.. viii, 216 pp. 2 designs by D. G. Rossetti. 7" x 4-1/4"

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      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. Kraneck, dat. 1866, 34 x 50 Nicht bei Schefold. - Blick von einer Anhöhe zur Stadt. Im Vordergrund der Bahnhof.

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      [New York], San Francisco & Sacramento, 1866. Contemporary legal sheep, leather labels. Some volumes with tender or almost detached hinges. Contemporary and later ownership inscriptions, including those of Walter Norris of Salinas, Lucas F. Smith of Santa Cruz, Victor L. Hicks, Wright & Wright of San Francisco, and Fred V. Wood of Oakland. Overall a very good set. A complete run of the first editions of the statutes of California during her formative years. As the third and fourth volumes are very rare, it is extremely difficult to find a consecutive run of these early laws. At this early stage of California legal printing, any given state printer was not kept for long. Those represented herein are as follows: J. Winchester (first volume); Eugene Casserly, State Printer (second volume); G.K. Fitch & V.E. Geiger, Co., State Printers (third volume); George Kerr, State Printer (fourth volume); B.B. Redding, State Printers (fifth and sixth volumes); James Allen, State Printer (seventh and eighth volumes); James O'Meara, State Printer (ninth and tenth volumes); Charles T. Botts, State Printer (eleventh and twelfth volumes); Benj. P. Avery, State Printer (thirteenth and fourteenth volumes); O.M. Clayes, State Printer (fifteenth and sixteenth volumes). There is an interesting note to the printing history of the statutes. According to Wagner, the Governor refused to acknowledge Casserly as state printer at the end of the 1851 session and instead appointed G.K. Fitch to the position. Fitch turned over all state printing copy to be done in New York. Casserly brought the matter to court and won back his position as state printer, whereupon the already printed statutes were sold to him in a compromise agreement. Casserly then proceeded to have new titlepages added to the statutes that had been printed in New York, and added errata slips and an index. All subsequent laws were printed in California. COWAN, p.610 (ref). GREENWOOD 167 (ref). WAGNER, CALIFORNIA IMPRINTS 147, 149, 150 (ref).

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        The Naturalist in Vancouver Islandand British Columbia.

      London. Richard Bentley. 1866. 8vo, 20.5cm, theFirst Edition, in 2 volumes, xvi,358 & x,375pp., with 11 plates, 2 titlevignettes, in the original green cloth, gilt titles and borderdecorations on the spines, gilt borders and gilt fish vignettes on theupper covers, some slight foxing early and late on volume one and on thelast few leaves of volume two, a fine bright set. (cgc) T.P.L. 4516.Lande 1290. Lowther 275. Sabin 42035. Starkman p92. Sage p131., Albeep100. Wood 441. Bruns L-124 "Very Scarce". Phillips p238. Haller 559. Theauthor was a naturalist and veterinary surgeon. Written for the generalreader from the author's observations and experiences while he was thenaturalist for the British North American Boundary Commission, for whomhe travelled extensively. He found a number of new species. The platesare of birds and other nature subjects, views and indigenous peoples. Hiscollection of B.C. mammals, birds, fish, insects, etc, are in the BritishMuseum. "A natural history work, but with some sporting material. Involume one, there are six chapters on fishes and fishing, includingsalmon and salmon fishing by the Ind-ians, trout fishing by the author;halibut fishing with line and bait; sturgeon spearing; and descriptionsof various fishes including herring, candlefish, whitefish, sticklebacksand others. One chapter has five pages on the pronghorn antelope and itshunting in Klamath country. Volume II is predominately natural history,including one chapter with brief descriptions of the big game animals anda segment on how to track moose". Heller.. Hardcover.

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        Buch das gut, enthaltend den Gesang....

      Wien, Oesterreich: Kaiserliche wie auch königliche Buchdruckerei 12mo (17.5 cm; 7"). Frontis., 209, [1] pp., 1 plt.. 1866 [with] Catholic Church. Catechism. Buch das gut, enthaltend den Katechismus, Betrachtung.... Wien, Oesterreich: Kaiserliche wie auch königliche Buchdruckerei, 1866. 12mo (17.5 cm; 7"). Frontis., 146 pp., plt., [1] f., pp. [5]–109, [3] pp. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's set. America's great early lyric poet seems to have had an interest in the Micmac, perhaps dating from his days as a student at Bowdoin College but certainly from when he began conceiving Evangeline and its story of the Acadians who lived among and intermarried with the Micmac. Fr. Christian Kauder (b. 1817) was a Luxembourger priest who worked for ten years as a missionary among the Micmac in eastern Canada: In 1866 he produced a hymnal, a catechism, and a devotional volume (containing prayers for various occasions and excerpts from the breviary and missal) all in Micmac hieroglyphs with occasional headings in German in Roman characters. => Offered here is the complete set of three works. The trio was issued in two versions: 1) with all three works bound together and the Betrachtung full-paginated to p. 111, and 2) as here, in two volumes, the Gesangbuch separately and the Katechismus and Betrachtung together with the latter work having the final three leaves unpaginated. (See Pilling, Algonquian, on this matter of the multiple methods of issue). => This is the first edition of the issue/state of the texts in two volumes. The highly developed system of characters used in these books was invented by Fr. Chrestien Le Clercq (b. 1641) and was used beginning in the late 17th century by the Micmac for both religious and nonreligious texts, written on birch bark. In this production, the Micmac characters are printed on blue-green paper. Provenance: Owned by H.W. Longfellow with "Micmac Language" in his hand on the recto of the frontispiece of the Gesangbuch and "Micmac Language New Brunswick" in his hand on the recto of the frontispiece of the other volume. Each volume bound in black oilcloth wallet-style with a natural cloth tie; some adhesion of old paper to the exteriors of the bindings. Internally very attractive clean, and with a => wonderful provenance.

      [Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co]
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        Voyage pittoresque et anecdotique dans le nord et le sud des Etats-Unis d'Amerique.

      Paris: A. La Place. 1866. Hardcover. vii, 469pp + 2pp of publisher's advertisements. Full brown morocco elaborately decorated in gold on the covers, initials on the front cover, spine with raised bands, lettered and decorated in gold, gilt inside dentelles, all edges gilt, white silk endpapers. Frontispiece and inserted plates with illustrations by Saintin, Noel, Lebreton and Foulquier engraved by Willmann, Outhwaite, Delannoy, Lalaisse and Golin. Small bookstore stamp on the rear free endpaper (G. Cacoulides, Athens, Greece). A few minor scuffs to binding, two tiny spots to front cover. Internally clean with only minor foxing. A near fine copy.; Quarto .

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        CITY OF ATLANTA, GA. No. 1. [Pl. 45]

      [New York, 1866. 2 1/2 x 1/2-inch marginal paper loss to the lower left corner of the support sheet; a few small spots and discolorations; overall nice tones. Good. A stunning image from Barnard's PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN, an album which is one of the two greatest photographic monuments to the Civil War and 'a landmark in the history of photography' (Keith F. Davis). A contemporary reviewer wrote of this image and its companions: "These photographs...surpass any other photographic views which have been produced in this country - whether relating to the war or otherwise" (HARPER'S WEEKLY, Dec. 8, 1866, p.771). This image comes from George N. Barnard's album titled PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN, EMBRACING SCENES OF THE OCCUPATION OF NASHVILLE, THE GREAT BATTLES AROUND CHATTANOOGA AND LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, THE CAMPAIGN OF ATLANTA, MARCH TO THE SEA, AND THE GREAT RAID THROUGH THE CAROLINAS (1866). This album, together with Alexander Gardner's PHOTOGRAPHIC SKETCHBOOK OF THE CIVIL WAR (1866) are the two greatest photographic monuments of the Civil War. Between them, they contain some of the most famous images of the War. The present image offers a poignant reminder of the trail of destruction left across the Confederacy by Gen. William T. Sherman's army in 1864 to 1865 during his famous campaign from Nashville to Chattanooga then Atlanta and so to Savannah and the sea, then by-passing Charleston, north to Columbia. In the meantime a smaller force had occupied Charleston and Fort Sumter. To the North, the military campaign was brilliant, bold and decisive - an event worthy of the present monumental album. To the South, it was vicious, bloody, and destructive. DE RENNE, p.1317. HOWES B150, "b." SABIN 3462. Taft, PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE AMERICAN SCENE, pp.232, 486. George N. Barnard, PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN... with a new preface by Beaumont Newhall (New York, 1977). Keith F. Davis, GEORGE N. BARNARD PHOTOGRAPHER OF SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN (Kansas City, Mo., 1990).

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        The Daily Union Vedette

      Great Salt Lake City, U.T., Monday Morning, July 9, 1866. Volume 6, Number 8. [4pp] Large single sheet [74 cm x 56 cm] folded in half. Very good. The Union Vedette (1863-1867) was the first daily newspaper in the Utah Territory. Started by Patrick Connor and others at Camp Douglas (Fort Douglas today) as an alternative to the Deseret News. Issues are rare. This issue contains an article titled 'Duties of Citizenship' which is a scathing attack on the hierarchy of the LDS Church. "Now as to this polygamous knight of the quill and scissors, to whose do-as-they-dern-please sentiments we alluded in the beginning of this article, we hold that he and those of his ilk should be cured of all such unwholesomeness ideas at once and effectually. Especially is it necessary here, where the behests of the Pacha of Deseret have been so long obeyed as the supreme law of the land, congressional enactment's to the contrary notwithstanding, that many are apt to forget the existence of any other authority to which obedience is ever due." "We are dwelling in the heart of an organized Territory of the U.S. boasting a population of 80,000 souls who possess but one general newspaper from which to gather news...This fact...has no parallel within the boundaries of the U.S. Secondly, the Gentile (so called) portion of the community - including the military within this district - has no medium of publicity, setting forth its opinions, or communicating its thoughts, correcting misapprehension or rebutting misrepresntation...The want of a press for these and similar purposes has been sorely felt, since the troops arrived in these valleys, and we propose to supply the want, so far as our ability and limited space will permit." - first issue

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        The Belton Estate.

      Chapman & Hall. 1866 - FIRST EDITION. 3 vols. Sl. later plain dark blue binder?s cloth; dulled & a little rubbed, inner hinges cracking in places. Armorial bookplates of John Lees. Trollope Society Catalogue 25; Sadleir 22. The first edition of this novel of matrimonial dilemma is most uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vierteljahresschrift für wissenschaftliche Veterinärkunde, herausgegebe von den Mitgliedern des Wiener k. k. Thierarznei-Institutes, Bände V (1854) - XXVI (1866) in 25 Bänden (Bde. XI; XVII/1; XXIV fehlend).

      Wien, Wilhelm Braumüller, 1854 - 1866. - Bände V (1854) - XXVI (1866) in 25 Bänden (fehlend: XI; XVII/1; XXIV). Original-Halbleinenbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und goldgeprägter Biedermeier-Ornamentik. Format: 21 x 14 cm. Beiträge (Auswahl): Bemerkungen zu der im Kronlande Mähren im Wischauer und Kremsierer Bezirke herrschenden Rinderpest (Bd. V) - Beobachtungen über Rinderpest. Gesammelt während der Verwendung bei dieser Seuche in Mähren im Jahre 1853 - 1854 (Bd. V) - Die Landespferdezucht, die Art ihres Betriebes und die ihrem Aufschwunge entgegenstehenden Hindernisse (Bd. VII) - Das Verhalten der Lungenseuche und die Resultate der Impfung im Kronlande Böhmen, während des Jahres 1856 (Bd. IX) - Bericht über das k. k. Militär-Thierarznei-Institut für das Studienjahr 1858/59 (Bd. XIII) - Versuch über die historische Entstehung und Verbreitung der Pferderacen (Bd. XV). Ein Band leicht fleckig. Die Bände sonst in sehr gutem Zustand; Seiten sauber und nahezu fleckenfrei. Sehr gutes Konvolut dieser bedeutenden tiermedizinischen Zeitschrift, in der sich der Wissens- und Forschungsstand der Zeit in vielfältiger Form widerspiegelt. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben).

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        Der Gang nach Bethlehem.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift mit Deckweiß gehöht, auf braunem Papier. 21,3:34,3 cm. Rechte obere Ecke ergänzt.- Aus dem Künstlernachlaß. Wahrscheinlich Vorzeichnung für das um 1866 entstandene bei Thieme-Becker erwähnte gleichnamige Gemälde. Anton Becker war 1860-68 Schüler am Städelschen Kunstinstitut unter E. J. von Steinle und 1880-85 dessen Mitarbeiter bei der Ausschmückung des Frankfurter Domes mit Fresken.

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        Les Oeuvres d'Horace -

      Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie 1866 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-12 379 pp. Reliure d'époque pleine maroquin rouge. Dos à nerfs finement orné aux petits fers dorés. Triple filet d'encadrement doré sur les plats. Toutes tranches dorées. Large dentelle dorée intérieure. Un portrait-frontispice d?Horace sur Chine par Augustin de Saint-Aubin. Rares rousseurs. Bel exemplaire dans une reliure de maître, non signée. Il a été enrichi d?une longue lettre autographe signée de Jules Janin, auteur de cette traduction. Provenance : ex-libris gravé par A. Lalauze, à la devise « Mieux que pourra », monogramme «E.L. » [E. Lalauze ?] dans un cartouche. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1866 - 1866 Wisden Rebind without Covers - 3rd Edition. Very Good.

      1866. Hi, This lot is an 1866 Wisden , Rebound without the original covers, This rebind is in very good condition, excellent for the year, the third edition of Wisden. There is some light spotting to the forst few and last few pages and a crease to one page, otherwise it is in superb condition for a book nearly 150 years old. The binding is attractive and the pages nice and clean, with minimal trimming. Currently my 1866 that is in my main set but selling to fund an original paperback purchase. Buy-it-now. More Photos on request.

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        "A Supplementary Memoir on the Theory of Matrices" (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 156 for the Year 1866, pp. 25-35)

      London: Royal Society of London, 1866. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Arthur Cayley's (1821-1895) paper supplementing his earlier paper "Memoire on the Theory of Matrices" (pp. 17-37) in our #27536. Also contains J. Clerk Maxwell's "The Bakerian Lecture: On the Viscosity or Internal Friction of Air and Other Gases" (pp. 249-268). v, [4], 25, [1]-886 pp. 4to. Library binding, tan leather spine with gold embossed titling. Interiors clean, ex-library stamp on title page, and occurring sporadically within. Numerous folding plates that illustrate articles. Pages were trimmed slightly when rebound.

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        The Bakerian Lecture: On the Viscosity or Internal Friction of Air and Other Gases" (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 156 for the Year 1866, pp. 249-268)

      Royal Society of London, London 1866 - Also contains Arthur Cayley's "A Supplementary Memoir on the Theory of Matrices" (pp. 25-35). v, [4], 25, [1]-886 pp. 4to. Library binding, tan leather spine with gold embossed titling. Interiors clean, ex-library stamp on title page, and occurring sporadically within. Numerous folding plates that illustrate articles. Pages were trimmed slightly when rebound. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "The Bakerian Lecture: On the Viscosity or Internal Friction of Air and Other Gases" (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 156 for the Year 1866, pp. 249-268)

      London: Royal Society of London, 1866. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Also contains Arthur Cayley's "A Supplementary Memoir on the Theory of Matrices" (pp. 25-35). v, [4], 25, [1]-886 pp. 4to. Library binding, tan leather spine with gold embossed titling. Interiors clean, ex-library stamp on title page, and occurring sporadically within. Numerous folding plates that illustrate articles. Pages were trimmed slightly when rebound.

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        The Oberland and its glaciers: Explored and illustrated with ice-axe and camera

      A.W. Bennett 1866 - xii, 243 p. illus. 29 cm. 28 mounted albumen photographs, double-page litho. map. Bound in publisher's blue cloth. Gilt spine. Gilt vignette of ice axe and camera. Hardcover. AEG. Good binding and cover. Beveled edges. Front hinge cracked. Bookplate. Shelfwear. Chipping and loss to head and tail of spine. Dampstain to bottom corner margin of pages throughout. "Ernest Edwards was considered to be the best of the early amateur Alpine photograpers." Neate G13; Perret 1884; Gernsheim 327; Truthful Lens, 74. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Paris, 14. VI. 1866. - 8vo. 3 pp. With some damage to lower border affecting a few words. About Paul Cezanne and Le Salon de 1866: „Je porte à Paul les quinze fr. que vous m’envoyez, et je lui ferai lire votre lettre. Nous ferons ensemble notre acte de contrition, nous reconnaîtrons notre culpabilité à votre égard. [.] Paul a été refusé, comme de juste, ainsi que Solari et tous ceux que vous connaissez. Ils se sont remis au travail, certains qu’ils ont dix ans devant eux avant de se faire accepter. Valabregue est ici. Iltravaille, – lentement. Je crois que la maturité vient, et j’espère beaucoup en lui. Quant à moi, j’aurais beaucoup à dire, si je voulais tout vous apprendre. J’ai quitté la librairie Hachette le 1er février et depuis cette époque je suis attaché à l’Événement pour une besogne régulière : la Revue des livres. J’ai fait en outre un Salon qui a soulevé de grands cris. Je viens de recevoir mes articles en brochure, et je vous envoie un exemplaire de l’oeuvre, ainsi qu’un exemplaire d’un volume que je viens également de publier [Mes haines]. En somme, je me hâte, je travaille beaucoup. Je suis un impatient. Je vais maintenant tenter le théâtre. [ ] C’est un crime que de vivre loin de Paris en ces temps de fièvres et de luttes [ ]"

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        ST. PÖLTEN - REALSCHULE- KONVOLUT VON JAHRESBERICHTEN: 3. Programm der n.ö. Landes-Ober-Realschule in St. Pölten. Veröffentlicht am Schlusse des Schuljahres 1866 9. Jahresbericht der n.ö. Landes-Ober-Realschule in St. Pölten. Veröffentlicht am Schlusse des Schuljahres 1872 15. Jahres- Bericht der n.ö. Landes-Ober-Realschule und des Real-Gymnasiums in St. Pölten. Veröffentlicht am Schlusse des Schuljahres 1878 19. Jahres- Bericht der n.ö. Landes-Real - und Ober- Gymnasiums in St. Pölten. Veröffentlicht am Schlusse des Schuljahres 1882 21. Jahres- Bericht der n.ö. Landes-Real - und Ober- Gymnasiums in St. Pölten. Veröffentlicht am Schlusse des Schuljahres 1884 22. Jahres- Bericht der n.ö. Landes-Real - und Ober- Gymnasiums in St. Pölten. Verö

      Selbstverlag der Schule 1866-1970, St. Pöten - original Broschur, gr.-8°,.; Exemplare gestempelt; Zustand: gut de 4200 Buch [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Last Chronicle of Barset.

      London: Smith, Elder, & Co.,, 1866-1867. 32 weekly parts, as issued. Original white paper wrappers, lettered and decorated in blue and red. Housed in a brown linen chemise and quarter calf slipcase, red morocco label to spine lettered gilt. Each with a full-page plate and vignette by G. H. Thomas. Wrappers bright, but covers lightly soiled and spotted, with some minor creasing, shallow chips, and short closed tears to extremities, and some minor repairs to spines and tips, large closed tear to rear cover of part 31, with repairs to verso, contents lightly spotted. A very good set. First edition in original weekly parts. The sixth and final novel in Anthony Trollope's Chronicles of Barsetshire series. Regarded by Trollope as "the best novel I have written", he noted in his autobiography that "it was with many misgivings that I killed my old friend Mrs ProudieÂ…I have sometimes regretted the deed, so great was my delight in writing about Mrs Proudie, so thorough was my knowledge of all her shades of character." Trollope was dubious about the issuing of the novel in parts, for "the public finding that so much more might be had for a shilling, in which a portion of one or more novels was always included, were unwilling to spend their money on the novel alone. Feeling that this certainly had become the case in reference to novels published in shilling numbers, Mr Smith and I determined to make the experiment with sixpenny parts. As he paid me £300 for the use of my MS., the loss, if any, did not fall on me.

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        Wanderung nach den Türkis-Minen und der Sinai Halbinsel

      JC Hinrich, Leipzig 1866 - Extremely rare. J.C. Hinrichs'sche Buchhandlung, Leipzig, 1866. First edition. 8o, 13+ 96 pages, 3 plates. Black hard paper. Very good condition. Stamp of Aus der Bibliothek des Hofprediger D. Friedrich Adolph Strauss (geb. 1817 - gest. 1888). Gründer des Jerusalem-Vereins. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        List of Marks and Brands Recorded in the Recorder's Office of Tulare County, Cal. , from the 9th Day of March A. D. 1864 to the 31st Day of January A. D. 1866

      Good. 1866. Ephemera. An uncommon and attractive manuscript document recording cattle brands for early ranchers in Tulare County, California. Eight pages of manuscript with the gilt seal of the the Tulare County Recorder's Office affixed to the final page. Two small holes are punched in the left and top margins, and the edges have chips, tears and toning. Some dampstaining of final three leaves. Located at the southern end of the Central Valley, Tulare County is is known for its agricultural production and stock raising. This document contains the certification and seal of the county recorder, Thomas J. Shackleford, attesting that it is a true copy of the cattle brands for the county between March 9, 1864 and January 31, 1866. The list is chronological and includes sixty-two brands written large with heavy lines, and forty very detailed ear marks for more than eighty named cattle ranchers. Among the ranchers are several women, including Harriet Clapp, Susan Wallace, and Lucy Barnes. State senator and Visalia mayor Tipton Lindsey and other early settlers are listed. ; 15 1/2" x 10 1/2"; 8 pp .

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        The Book of Mormon: An Account Written By The Hand of Mormon, Upon Plates taken from the Plates of Nephi

      Liverpool: Published by Brigham Young, Jun, 1866. Sixth European edition. 563pp. Sextodeimo [16.5 cm] Presentation bindings. Full diced calf with gilt stamped borders to boards and gilt stamped raised bands to the backstrip. Title gilt stamped on the backstrip. Gilt dentelles AEG. Minor rubbing to the hinges. Large contemporary decorative bookplate on the front pastedown. A beautiful copy of this uncommon printing. Flake/Draper 606.

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      1866. 3 3/4 x 6 inches. Contemporary calf. Boards rubbed, minor chipping to extremities. Hinges tender, but holding. The detailed and extensive journal of John Carlisle of the Pennsylvania Infantry from 1861-66. Carlisle's entries vary from a single sentence to a full page, with recordings nearly every day. His first entry begins with his enrollment on September 12th, 1861 and records day to day troop movements and engagements with the enemy, including the Battle of Gaines' Mill. "[October 24, 1861] Regt attended the funeral of Col Baker at Washington 1028 went on review at Washington by Gen Geo B McClellan about 11,000 men in line...[December 13] A soldier of the first regt NY Cavalry was shot by a detachment of 12 men of his own Regt for trying to desert over to the Rebels...[January 5,1862] Received new Belgian rifles...[January 11] on a visit to Alexandria went in the Marshall house where Col Ellsworth was shot by Jackson while hauling down the rebel flag...[May 17] Left camp and went in the woods to reconoitre [sic] by companies. Came across 2 divisions of Rebels had a fight for about 3 hours on pickit for over night...[June 27] fine day, got marching orders called into line several times through the day, left camp at one P.M. for battle. crossed the river. Had a severe battle with the enemy at Gains Hill. Our Col, Major, Capt, and Lieut wounded. Regt returned to camp after dark...[June 30] fine day left picket at 7 A.M. and marched back 2 miles to act as rear guard for the wagons, under arms all afternoon. Heavy artillery fight around us laid on the ground for three or four hours." In December of 1862, Carlisle fell ill and was hospitalised. He was discharged for disability a few months later but re-enlisted in February of 1862 with the 112th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. Entries for the last days of the war include mention of Petersburg and transport of prisoners. "[April 3, 1865] Comp in the evening at a place called chester 8 miles from Point of rocks, 12 miles from Richmond on the Petersburg and Richmond railroad...[April 4] the right of our comp (1/2) went out in the afternoon a scouting. I staid in comp with the left about 1 hour after the left of our comp and part of comp K and M fell in line and went to some coal pits, a distance of 20 miles from chester reached there 12 midnight. captured about 60 prisoners on the march, and 3 locomotives at the coal pits. after getting up steam we left the coal pits, with the prisoners on board..." Also included are an undated GAR reunion photo with the note, a carte de visite of Carlisle's brother, Godfrey, and four tintypes of Carlisle's family members. A well preserved and detailed account of the war, with good content on the movements of the Pennsylvania Regiment.

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        Substantive Autograph Letter Signed, in French, 4pp on small folded 8vo of blind embossed monogrammed stationery, Paris, Dec. 3, 1866

      - Broca writes on several topics including accurate newborn statistics. "The academy received no notice.from the administration on the inappropriateness of a discussion on newborns. I am one of the registered speakers; I consulted.the police's main registers (wet-nurses' office); there was no attempt at minimizing or altering the truth.results are probably better now than in 1859.but they are still deplorable.if progress seems soft, it is because it does not fit in with the special attributions and the current research of any of the members of the academy; I only decided to register because this issue , which is first and foremost a question of statistics, seemed to take a course that was more sentimental than scientific." He then discusses academy elections and appointments and returns to the discussion of newborns as a conference topic and more on colleagues. He signs, "P. Broca." Broca's early scientific works dealt with the histology of cartilage and bone, but he also studied cancer pathology, the treatment of aneurysms, and infant mortality as reflected here. In the year prior to our letter, 1865, Broca published "General Instructions on Anthropological Research," and about two years after our letter, 1868, he became Paris professor of surgical pathology and also became a member of the Legion of Honor.

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      Oregon City; Portland, 1866. 20th-century tan cloth, gilt leather labels. Cloth lightly soiled, labels chipped. Library ink stamp on titlepages; additionally, one with contemporary ownership notation, one with an embossed stamp. Light scattered soiling and wear. Good. A substantial run of the laws of the Oregon Territory, primarily printed by Asahel Bush in Oregon City, together with two early volumes of Oregon state laws. The first volume present here is considered the first comprehensive volume of Oregon Territory laws, issued after the second session of the Territorial Legislature. John B. Preston was the Oregon Territory's first surveyor general, arriving in 1851. Oregon became a state in February 1859. 1) STATUTES OF A GENERAL NATURE PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF OREGON.... Oregon City: Asahel Bush, 1851. 301pp. 2) THE STATUTES OF OREGON, ENACTED AND CONTINUED IN FORCE BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, AT THE SESSION COMMENCING 5th DECEMBER, 1853. Oregon: Asahel Bush, 1854. [4],592pp. Second leaf torn away at top, affecting caption title. 3) THE STATUTES OF OREGON. ENACTED, AND CONTINUED IN FORCE, BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, AND THE FIFTH AND SIXTH REGULAR SESSIONS THEREOF. Oregon: Asahel Bush, 1855. 653pp. 4) THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE AND OTHER GENERAL STATUTES OF OREGON, ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.... Oregon: Asahel Bush, 1863. 286,127,xx,iv pp. 5) THE ORGANIC AND OTHER GENERAL LAWS OF OREGON TOGETHER WITH THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION AND OTHER PUBLIC ACTS AND STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES. 1845-1864. Portland: Henry L. Pittock, 1866. 1107pp.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

      New York: D. Appleton & Co.,, 1866. Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in red morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule and pictorial decoration to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, dark green endpapers, all edges gilt. With frontispiece and 42 illustrations by John Tenniel. Some occasional mild foxing, an excellent copy. First edition, second issue. This is the first obtainable issue with the Appleton cancel title page. Macmillan printed around 2000 copies of the book in 1865, but both artist and author were unhappy with the poor quality printing and insisted it was reprinted before being published. Only a few copies of this exist, Macmillan sold the rest of the print run to Appleton in New York who published a US edition using a new title page but with the first printing sheets from the London edition.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [together with:] Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1866 & 1872. 2 works, octavo (174 x 115; 174 x 115 mm). Early 20th-century dark red crushed morocco by Root, decorative gilt spines, two-line gilt border on sides enclosing a roll tool border with an art nouveau floral motif at the corners, gilt stamp in the centre of each cover (showing Alice, the Red Queen, the White Queen, and the Cheshire Cat), all edges gilt, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, with the original cloth covers and spines bound-in at the end. Housed in a custom-made morocco-trimmed marbled paper slipcase. Illustrated throughout by Sir John Tenniel. With the simple book labels of the distinguished American bibliophile John Jay Paul. Extremities of slipcase a little rubbed. A very attractive set. First published editions, first issue of Through the Looking-Glass (with the misspelling of "wabe" on p. 21). Famously, the first edition of 2,000 copies of Wonderland was recalled by Dodgson, due to what either he, or Tenniel, felt to be the unsatisfactory reproduction of Tenniel's illustrations; "it has been questioned whether the first edition [of 1865] was ever published, in the strict sense of being on sale to the public and sent to the copyright libraries... Assuming that only a strict 2,000 copies were printed at the Clarendon Press, Dodgson seems to have regained all but 10 copies" (Williams, Madan & Green). For this new edition the book was entirely reset by Richard Clay and was published in November 1865, although dated "1866". It is this version which formed the basis for all future Macmillan editions. A most handsomely bound set.

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      Virginia City, M.T.: Montana Post Press..., 1866. Original printed front yellow-orange wrapper (rear wrapper lacking) bound into slightly later three-quarter morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Binding a bit rubbed and shelfworn. Early ownership signature on endpapers. Very clean and fresh, and internally near fine. "Perhaps no book excells [sic] Dimsdale's in presenting the picture of the lawless conditions that characterized the mining camps of the Rocky Mountain country. The author was editor of the Virginia City MONTANA POST and a participant in the extraordinary campaign against lawlessness....Exceedingly rare" - Adams. "Not only the first, but textually the most important, book ever printed in Montana" - Howes. Dimsdale's work was originally issued in printed wrappers, and this copy retains the original front printed wrapper. Adams, however, calls the wrappers "pictorial" and says the front wrapper should have advertisements on the verso. In past copies we have seen, the wrappers are blue. In the present copy the front wrapper is yellow-orange and has no advertisements on the verso, which is blank. A legendary rarity of Montana and western outlaw books. HOWES D345, "b." MONTANA IMPRINTS 2. ADAMS SIX-GUNS 596. GRAFF 1086. STREETER SALE 2221.

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        Essays and Lectures on Indian Historical Subjects.

      London & Calcutta: Trübner & Co.; R.C. Lepage,, 1866. 1. A Native State and its Rulers: 2. Lord Lake of Laswaree: 3. Count Lally: 4. Havelock: 5. Hyder Ali's Last War. Octavo (183 × 113 mm). Contemporary russia prize binding for Mussoorie School, black morocco label, low, narrow gilt milled bands, compartments with lozenge centre-tool, scrolled foliate corner-pieces, school crest gilt centrally to both boards enclosed within double fillet gilt panel, gilt foliate edge roll, floral roll in blind to the turn-ins, marbled edges and endpapers. A little light shelf-wear, small patch of worming to the upper board and joint carrying through only to the hinge, presentation inscription to the first blank, light browning, but overall a very good copy. First edition, uncommon with just six locations on Copac, OCLC adding thirteen. "With the exception of the paper on Havelock … these Essays and Lectures were compiled during the course of the past year. Their publication in connected form is due to the fact that the original editions of the most of them, published in India, have been long since exhausted, and demand has arisen which the publishers are unable to supply" (Advertisement). Mussoorie School was founded in 1849 as Grant Lodge by the Rev. Robert North Maddock "an excellent classic and a strict disciplinarian. Such a school was then greatly wanted in the Hills, and many officers gladly availed themselves of it, and sent their sons to be trained by Maddock" (Warburton, Eighteen Years on the Khyber, p.6). The school was subsequently taken over by the Diocesan Board of Education. The recipient of the Second Classical Prize in 1872 was William Prest Housden, who subsequently trained at the Thomason College and became an executive engineer in the Indian Public Works Department, working in the North West Provinces and Oudh in the 1890s.

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        Pemaquid Pt. to Fletchers Neck

      London: Published by the Admiralty, 1866. Engraving. Printed on wove paper. In excellent condition. Two joined sheets. Image size: 37 1/2 x 39 1/2 inches. An excellent admiralty chart of Casco Bay, Maine from Pemaquid Point to Fletcher's Neck, produced by the British Hydrographic Office. The British Hydrographic Office was founded in 1795 by George III, who appointed Alexander Dalrymple as the first Hydrographer to the Admiralty. He immediately set to work but it was not until 1800 that the first Admiralty chart was published of the waters around Quiberon Bay in Brittany. Unlike the U. S. Coast Survey the Hydrographic Office was given permission to sell charts to the public and they produced a great number of sea charts covering every corner of the globe. Most of the Admiralty charts produced by the Hydrographic Office delineated coastline as well as high and low water marks and recorded depth of water as established by soundings. In addition these charts included information on shoals, reefs, and other navigational hazards that plagued mariners across the world. Thanks to the innovations of Sir Francis Beaufort, who developed the Beaufort Scale of wind strength, the British Hydrographic Office became one of the leading producers of sea charts. This large chart of Casco Bay, Maine, covers the coastline from Pemaquid Point to Fletcher's Neck. Water depths and sand bars are all carefully recorded, as are the various lighthouses along the coastline, which are identified in colour. This is an important sea chart of this area and a wonderful example of the maps produced by the British Hydrographic Office.

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        Report of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows in America Held in the City of Alexandria, State of Virginia, in Harmony Lodge Room, Corner of King and Columbus Streets on the Third and Fourth Days of October, 1866

      Printed by P. G. M., James McC. Crummill, Philadelphia 1866 - 32p. plus a folding table at end. Original blue wrapper. 19cm. Wrapper has a closed tear on back cover and light soiling and other wear. According to this rare early report, thirty-one Lodges were represented. Albany was the most northerly; lodges in Portsmouth and Norfolk, VA. were the most southerly. The now-little-known printer of this item is worth mentioning. *James McC. Crummill, a Philadelphian, was a founding member of Unity Lodge in Philadelphia in 1844 and served as Chairman of the first Annual Moveable Convention of the Grand United Order in America in 1845. Crummill (sometimes spelled Crummell) was also active in a number of efforts to improve the lives and secure basic human rights for his fellow African Americans. The P.G.M. before his name indicates that he was a "Past Grand Master." An online search provides a few tantalizing hints about his activities but less than one would expect, suggesting that he is someone deserving of further attention. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A fine example of McRae's engraving of Bruekner's painting , The Prayer at Valley Forge

      New York, 1866. 21" x 15". " Engraving, THE PRAYER AT VALLEY FORGE, (New York: John C. McRae, 1866) 21"" x 15"" on a 21.25"" x 26.75"" sheet, after the painting by H. Brueckner. Engraved by John C. McRae. Light uneven toning from a previous matting, light marginal wear, else fine condition."

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        The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin Of The Nile And Exploration Of The Nile

      Macmillan and Co 1866 - 2 Vols, XXX 395, IX (i) 384 pages, 12 full page engraved plates including coloured frontis to Vol.I also numerous text illus, large coloured folding map and single map to Vol I small closed tear to the folding map, the maps are also called for in Vol. II, corrected in later editions. Browning to outer margin edge of title page and frontis of Vol. I. Bound in the publishers green cloth, gilt lake vignette to upper board of each volume within gilt framed boards. A vg copy of an important work describing the author's discovery of Nile and the Albert N'Yanza and the source of the White Nile, includes much on big game hunting including buffalo and elephant. Baker describes a muzzle loading rifle which fires a 1/2 pound shell. Czech 15

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        The Holy Land, Egypt, Constantinople, Athens, etc. etc.

      a Series of Forty-Eight Photographs. Taken by Francis Bedford, For H.R.H. the Prince of Wales during the Tour in the East, in which, by command, he accompanied his Roayl Highness. With Descriptive Text and Introduction, by W.M. Thompson. London: Day & Son [1866]. With 48 mounted photographs, 10,6x12,9 cm. Titlepage printed in red and black in red frame. VII + 99 pp. + photographs. Headbands and corners weakly marked of use and time, inner hinges very nicely restored, otherwise well-preserved copy bound in publisher's blue cloth, spine and boards richly gilt and all edges gilt.. First edition, complete with Bedford's excellent photographs illustrating travels in 1862 by the Prince of Wales in Egypt, Syria, Turkey, and Greece. Francis Bedford [1816-94] was the first photographer to accompany a royal tour. In 1862, when he was asked by Queen Victoria to travel with the Prince of Wales, Bedford was an accomplished and respected professional photographer, with two earlier royal commissions already successfully completed.Bedford was born in London. He initially started working as a draughtsman and subsequently as a lithographer, but in 1853 he took up photography. Within a few years, he was working as a commercial photographer of landscape and architectural views. During the tour Bedford took at least two hundred photographs. The Prince of Wales subsequently acquired two sets of the images. In 1863, 172 of the photographs were exhibited, in large format, at the German Gallery in New Bond Street

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        The Colonial History of The City of San Francisco: Being a Narrative Argument in the Circuit Court of the United States for the State of California, for Four Square Leagues of Land Claimed by That City and Confirmed to It by That Court

      San Francisco: Towne & Bacon, Book and Job Printers, 1866. Third edition. Leather bound. 106; 391pp. Octavo [23 cm] 3/4 dark brown leather with marbled paper over boards. Marbled endpapers. With 3 illustrated plates and 2 maps. Fair condition only. The extremities are rubbed, and the front cover detached. There is a bookseller's small ticket on the rear pastedown. The title page is detached, but present, and has had paper restoration work along the top edge. Several other pages have small paper repairs, including the maps at pp. 1 and 223. Two pages have losses from the top margins. Pp. 50-63 are almost completely detached. The pages have sporadic faint tide marks in the margins, with the largest tide marks measuring 2" wide by 1/4" deep. There are very occasional hatch marks on the pages. With a section at the front with a title page stating: "Address on the Acquisition of California by the United States. Delivered before The Corporate Society of California Pioneers, at the Academy of Music, in the City of San Francisco, on September 10th, 1866, on Occasion of the Sixteenth Anniversary of the Admission of the State of California into the Federal Union... Printed by Sterett & Cubery." Howes D614 "c." Zamorano 80 #32. A work in which the author's goal is to prove the legal existence of an organized Pueblo of San Francisco, and a work that contains a large amount of documents, many of which were destroyed or are otherwise unavailable. The third, and best edition, with much additional information gathered after the case was transferred to the U.S. Circuit Cout.

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        Yankee in Canada, with Anti-Slavery and Reform Papers

      Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866. Octavo. (iv), 286pp. First edition, first printing. One of 1,500 copies. In addition to accounts of Canadian travel, this book contains the first appearance of Thoreau's most famous, even inflammatory, writings: "Civil Disobedience" and "A Plea for Captain John Brown." In the original green cloth decorated with blind-stamped borders and a wreath design to the covers, gilt-titled to spine. Lacking page 95/96, the half-title starting the "Slavery in Massachusetts" section. Pages 94 and 97 are stained where a clover was pressed between the book's pages. Small tear to rear endpaper, slight rubbing to corners and spine, else very good. (BAL 20117; Borst A7.1.a).

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        Fountain Savannah, Ga

      [New York, 1866. Albumen photograph from a negative taken in 1866, 10 x 13 inches, on original two-tone gilt-edged thin card mount, 16 1/8 x 20 inches, with plate title and photographer's credit. A fine copy of a stunning image from Barnard's 'Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign', an album which is one of the two greatest photographic monuments to the Civil War and 'a landmark in the history of photography' (Keith F. Davis). A contemporary reviewer wrote of this image and its companions: 'These photographs... surpass any other photographic views which have been produced in this country - whether relating to the war or otherwise' ('Harper's Weekly', 8 December, 1866, p.771) This image comes from George N. Barnard's album titled Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign, embracing scenes of the occupation of Nashville, the great battles around Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain, the campaign of Atlanta, March to the Sea, and the Great Raid through the Carolinas (1866). This album, together with Alexander Gardner's Photographic Sketchbook of the Civil War (1866) are the two greatest photographic monuments of the Civil War. Between them, they contain some of the most famous images of the War. Though some of Barnard's photographs in this series offer poignant reminders of the trail of destruction left across the Confederacy by General William T. Sherman's army in 1864 to 1865, the photographs in Savannah record that beautiful city's avoidance of destruction. The Confederate Army evacuation and subsequent civilian surrender saved Savannah from the destruction of bombardment and the agony of siege. This splendid fountain (Forsyth Park Fountain, which is still standing) in a peaceful park, handsomely photographed by Barnard, evokes the blessings of peace and creativity rather than the viciousness of war. Two Federal soldiers can be seen enjoying the beauty of the scene in the background. Cf. De Renne p.1317; cf. Howes B150, "b."; cf. Sabin 3462; cf. Taft Photography and the American Scene pp.232 & 486. See also: George N. Barnard Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign... with a new preface by Beaumont Newhall New York: 1977 Keith F. Davis. George N. Barnard Photographer of Sherman's Campaign Kansas City, Miss.: 1990.

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        Storegut af ... Prentat hjaa H.E. Larsen. Eiget Forlag. I Commission hjaa Carl Wang.

      Christiania 1866. [4], IV, 134 [2] s. Orig. helsjirtingb. med ryggdekor, uten ryggtittel. Bakdekkelens øvre kant med et sår i sjirtingen. Indre fremre fals med brist i papiret. For øvrig, et fint eksemplar. Uvanlig i forlagsbind

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