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        Manual do Ministerio Publico: Repertorio Alphabetico da Legislacao...

      1867. Rare Portuguese Treatise on Administrative Law Navarro de Paiva, Jose Cunha. Manual do Ministerio Publico: Repertorio Alphabetico da Legislacao Diplomas do Governo, Circulares de Execucao Permanente dos Procuradores Regios das Relacoes de Lisboa, Porto e Acores, Officios do Procurador Geral da Coroa, Jurisprudencia e Doutrina Relativas a Assumptos do Ministerio Publico. Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade, 1867. xii, [2], 400, [1] pp. Octavo (8" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary tree calf, lettering pieces and gilt fillets, lettering piece and ornaments to spine. Light rubbing to boards, heavier rubbing to extremities with some wear to spine ends and corners, boards slightly bowed, front joint just starting at head. Light toning to text, foxing to title page, minor worming to upper corner of preliminaries and a few following leaves, internally clean. * Second edition. This well-regarded manual of administrative law and procedure reached a third edition in 1901. No copies located on OCLC.

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        THE TENANTS OF MALORY. A NOVEL .

      New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square, 1867 - Octavo, pp. [1-5] 6-176, original light tan wrappers printed in black, sewn. First U.S. edition. Issued as "Harper's Library of Select Novels," number 300. A criminous sensation novel. Hubin (1994), p. 493. Mild spine roll, a very good copy. Housed in an attractive custom clamshell box. (#151824) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Zwei große Vorstellungen in der höheren Reitkunst, Gymnastik und Pferdedressur im Circus Gymnasticus in St. Pauli. - Außerordentliche Culbutvoltige von Herrn Christensen. Grand travail en force par Mr. Fréderique. Die Fischerfreu zu Pferde. Komische Verwandlungsscene von Mad. Virginie Halvorsen-Tourniaire. Außerordentliche Sprünge durch reifen und Ballons in der Carrière, von Mad. Virginie Halvorsen-Tourniaire. Herr Gunerius Halversen wird den von ihm erfundenen und zuerst ausgeführten Doppelbrückensprung produciren. Die komischen Intermezzos werden ausgeführt von den beiden Clowns Mr. Maurice und Mr. Gontard.

      St. Pauli, J. C. H. Hütter (1867). - Plakat auf rosa Papier. Blattgr.: 82 x 51 cm. Gunerius Halvorsen war der Direktor des 1865 gegründeten ersten norwegischen Circus; seine Gattin Virginie Halvorsen-Tourniaire eine Enkelin des Jacques Tourniaire, Begründers der weitverzweigten Kunstreiter-Dynastie.

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        Der Todtentanz : Gemälde auf der Mühlenbrücke in Luzern, ausgeführt von Casparus Meglinger, Pictor. Getreu nach den Originalien lithographirt und herausgegeben von Gebr. Eglin in Lucern, Kapellgasse No. 260 / La Danse des Morts sur le pont des moulins à Lucerne, peinte par Gaspard Meglinger.

      Luzern, Gebr. Eglin 1867. - Quer-Folio (27 x 38.5 cm). VI SS. (Text mit lithogr. Titel), 56+1 lithogr. Tafeln, 1 Bl. (Tafelverzeichnis). OHLn. (etwas gebräunt u. berieben) mit lithogr. Deckelillustrationen. Erste Ausgabe. Seiten leicht gebräunt u. stellenweise schwach stockfleckig. Etwas Alters- u. Lagerungs-, weniger eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, Besitzerstempel a. Titel. Gesamthaft weitestgehend sauberes, recht gutes Exemplar. Einzige Ausgabe in Grossformat. Zu den vier verschiedenen Ausgaben bis 1892 vgl. die Einträge der ZHB Luzern. ? Kaspar Meglinger (Taufe in Luzern 1595?ca. 1670 Luzern), Historien und Porträtmaler in Luzern (vgl. SIKART u. Brun, SKL 2, 1908). Der Totentanzzyklus auf der (nach üblicher Bezeichnung:) Spreuerbrücke, entstanden in den Jahren 1626?1635/1637 gilt als gesichertes Werk Meglingers und als bedeutendstes erhaltenes Beispiel eines Totentanzes. ?Von den ursprünglich 65 [recte wohl: 67] Tafeln des Totentanzes sind 46 am Ort, die übrigen in Museen und Magazinen der Stadt erhalten.? (Kunstführer durch die Schweiz. Bd. 1, 1971, p. 321). ? ?Der Maler Kaspar Meglinger schuf in 67 Tafeln einen Totentanz, den er auf der Darstellung des Weltgerichtes signierte. [.] Der Totentanz ist im Thema und in einzelnen Kompositionen stark unter dem Einfluss von Callots radiertem Zyklus ?Balli di spassani? (Tanz der Spassmacher). Im Gegensatz zum Totentanz Jakob von Wyls im Ritterschen Palast [.] stellt Meglinger die unheimlichen Vorgänge in stimmungsvolle Landschaften und Interieurs mit zahlreichen malerischen Details. Der Tod mischt sich als Mensch unter die Menschen und nähert sich einem jeden gemäss seinem Stand oder Beruf. Auf diese Weise zeigt uns Meglinger seine Zeitgenossen im damaligen beruflichen und gesellschaftlichen Milieu und vermittelt eine Fülle von kulturhistorischem Anschauungsmaterial. Rein künstlerisch steht der Zyklus hoch über den Bilderreihen der beiden andern Brücken [i.e. Hofbrücke u. Kapellbrücke].? (Adolf Reinle, Die Kunstdenkmäler des Kantons Luzern, Bd. II: Die Stadt Luzern. I. Teil. Basel 1953, p. 94 u. 98 f.). ? ?Als älteste Darstellung im deutschsprachigen Raum gilt der ca. 60 m lange, um 1440 entstandene Zyklus auf der Friedhofsmauer des Basler Dominikanerklosters, von dem nur wenige Fragmente erhalten sind. Die Blütezeit erlebte das Motiv im Zeitalter der Reformation: Die Basler Bilder wurden umgestaltet, in Bern malte Niklaus Manuel einen monumentalen Totentanz und Hans Holbein der Jüngere schuf Vorlagen für eine erfolgreiche Holzschnittfolge, die als Emblembuch 1538 in Lyon veröffentlicht wurde. Totentänze kommen in der Schweiz seither als grossformatige Zyklen im öffentlichen Raum, in Erbauungsbüchern und Kalendern, auf kunstgewerblichen Objekten wie Dolchscheiden und Glasbildern, als Denkmäler, in Liedern und als szenische Aufführungen vor. Das Verbreitungsgebiet erstreckt sich über fast die ganze Schweiz. Das bedeutendste erhaltene Beispiel sind die zwischen 1626 und 1635 entstandenen Tafeln von Kaspar Meglinger auf der Spreuerbrücke in Luzern.? (aus: HLS, Lemma ?Totentanz?). ? ?Nachdem beim Brand der Kapellbrücke zahlreiche Bilder unwiederbringlich zerstört wurden, erstellte die Stadt Luzern 1996 von den Bildern der Spreuerbrücke Sicherungsfotografien. Einige Bilder waren damals wie heute nicht mehr auffindbar, die Bildverse wurden jedoch in Abschriften überliefert.? (s. stadtluzern ch/de/dokumente/fotoalbum, online, mit farb. Abbildungen der erhaltenen Bilder u. Angabe der vorliegenden Ausgabe als Inventarwerk). ?? Besitzerstempel um 1920: Franz Bielmann, Luzern (nicht in HBLS). Sprache: de [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Young Idea. A Naval Journal Edited on Board H.M.S. Chesapeake in 1857, 1858 & 1859. Volume 1, Number 1 - Volume 2, Number 11. December 12, 1857 - March 26, 1859

      London: Paul Jerrard, 1867 . Folio, unpaginated (about 200 pp.) b/w decorations and illustrations. This is the lithographic reprint of the entire file of a weekly paper that was circulating in manuscript aboard "HMS Chesapeake." It is rare, with Worldcat showing only four libraries holding copies. U Conn. has an interesting website devoted to this shipboard publication at http://omeka2.lib.uconn.edu/ The article talks in general about shipboard publishing and the scarcity of surviving examples. "Victorian shipboard periodicals hold the promise of new perspectives on shipboard culture and events surrounding a given ship's commission. In the case of "The Young Idea" circulated in manuscript during the Chesapeake's service in the East India Station, these events include "The Indian Mutiny" and the Second Opium War." It also states, "The handful of shipboard periodicals we know about are not available in the forms in which they originally circulated. The manuscript pages of "The Young Idea" are not extant..." Well, laid into this copy is the manuscript of issue no. 34, Saturday 28 August 1858, which corresponds exactly to the article in the 1867 lithograph reprint. The manuscript is written on blue folio sheets watermarked "Weatherley 1854," slightly smaller than the page size of litho reprint which was made from the diary of the ship's chaplain. A fascinating survival of a publication rich in period history. The front blank bears the ms. notation "From Lady Perrott 1918 to MW" Below this is the note "Capt. Marcus Ware RN was one of the Jun. Lieuts in HMS Chesapeake." Unfortunately this copy was physically compromised by the time Lady Perrott rescued and rebound it. The first ten pages, and the entirety of the final four pages are mangled, waterstained, and torn, with considerable loss of text. The rest of the paper, happily, is in good shape and quite legible, with no loss of text. Bound in half morocco over boards, hinges cracked but holding.

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        LES METAMORPHOSES DU JOUR

      Garnier Freres, Paris 1867 - Two quarto (7" x 10-3/4") volumes bound in half green calf leather with gilt lettering and green marbled boards. Illustrated with 52 superb anthropomorphic hand-colored plates (including 2 title pages), 2 black-and-white plates, and numerous wood-engravings in the text, all after J. J. Grandville. Text by several contributors. Grandville was a caricaturist best known for presenting animals and flowers in human form and using them to satirize the French social and political milieu of his period. Foxing to the text, but the color plates are quite clean. A few plates loose or detached in the second volume. Very Good set of this classic [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Reise in Arabien. Aus dem Englischen. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd.

      Leipzig Dyk- 1868 1867 - VI, 1 Bl., 354 SS.; 2 Bll., 292 SS. m. 1 Frontispiz, 4 lithogr. Plänen u. 1 mehrf. gefalt. Karte, gr.- 8°, Hldr.- Bd. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rtit. ( l. ber. u. best.). Embacher 223-224; Henze III, 691. - Seltene deutsche Erstausgabe. - Palgrave reiste 1862 als verkleideter syrischer Arzt, ohne Instrumente u. Kompaß, ins Innere Arabiens. Nach heutigen Erkenntnissen dürfte er von Ma'an aus nach dem Wadi Sirhan im Süden gezogen sein, dort von der Oasengruppe Djuf aus die Nefud nach Hail am Dschebel Schammar erreicht haben. Er soll monatelang in der Hauptstadt Er-Riad gewohnt haben und sogar bis an den Persischen Golf gekommen, von Oman nach Maskat gesegelt und dort im März 1863 eingetroffen sein. Demnach hätte er Arabien von NW nach SO durchmessen (vgl. Henze). - Die grenzkolorierte Karte von Arabien im Format 36,7 x 47cm zeigt die arabische Halbinsel mit nahezu allen zu dieser Zeit bekannten geographischen Details ( Oman, Katar, Jemen etc.)., Titelblatt und Seite 1 gestempelt. Frontispiz mit leichtem Stempelabklatsch. Vereinzelt minimal fleckig, insgesamt etwas gebräunt. - Gutes Exemplar dieses seltenen Titels. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Nile Tributaries Of Abyssinia, And The Sword Hunters Of The Hamran Arabs

      London: Macmillan And Co., 1867., 1867. 8vo. pp. 1 p.l., [v]-xxii, [1 leaf], 596. engraved frontis. & 2 maps (1 folding ?" the other partly coloured), & 24 illus. on 23 wood-engraved plates. original gilt-stamped pictorial cloth (slight spotting to covers, slight wear to spine ends). First Edition. A record of Baker?s preliminary explorations of the Nile tributaries of Abyssinia in which he was engaged for fourteen months before embarking on the journey which led to his greatest achievement, the discovery of the Albert Nyanza, the origin of the Nile. During this period he also mastered Arabic, acquired the use of astronomical instruments, and engaged in big game hunting. "His prowess in the field won for him the friendship and admiration of the Hamran Arabs, themselves mighty hunters." (DNB). "The value of...[Baker?s] observations proving the Nile sediment to be due to the Abyssinian tributaries was publicly recognised by Sir Roderick Murchison, president of the Royal Geographical Society." (Ibid.). 1st Edition.

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        [AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM J.L.B. CAUVELT ON THE U.S.S. DE SOTO AT ST. THOMAS, VIRGIN ISLANDS, GIVING A FIRSTHAND ACCOUNT OF THE 1867 EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI THAT JUST HIT THE ISLANDS]

      St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, 1867. Sheets with wear around the edges. Each sheet neatly backed with paper, repairing small tears or separations. Overall, in good condition, and very readable. In a half morocco and cloth folding box, spine gilt. An exciting firsthand account by an American sailor, describing the effects of the terrible earthquakes and tsunamis that hit the Virgin Islands on November 18, 1867. J.L.B. Cauvelt was a sailor aboard the U.S.S. De Soto, which was anchored in the harbor of St. Thomas when the earthquake hit. The ship was badly damaged in the resultant tsunamis caused by the earthquakes, which had an estimated 7.5 magnitude on the Richter scale. These are Cauvelt's original notes of his experiences, written shortly afterward and appended to a letter he wrote to his mother on November 21. On the afternoon of November 18, 1867, a magnitude 7.5 earthquake occurred in the Anegada trough, located between the Virgin Islands of St. Croix and St. Thomas. The earthquake actually consisted of two shocks, separated by ten minutes. These shocks generated two tsunami waves that were recorded at several island locations across the eastern Caribbean region, most notably on the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix. The U.S.S. De Soto was docked at St. Thomas when the earthquake hit. Initially a private commercial ship, the De Soto was purchased by the United States Navy at the outbreak of the Civil War. The ship assisted in the blockade of Confederate ports, and participated in the capture or destruction of numerous blockade runners. The De Soto and two other American naval vessels arrived at St. Thomas on November 17, 1867, a day before the earthquakes and tsunamis hit. The De Soto was initially thrown onto a wharf, but was carried back to deep water by the next wave that hit St. Thomas. Badly damaged, the ship was repaired by its crew over the following days. Cauvelt begins by describing the earthquake and resultant tsunami: "At 2.50 p.m. Nov. 18th...we felt a strong quivering of the ship with a slight rumbling noise which we immediately recognized as a shock of an earthquake & of course run on deck. The shock lasted about 7 minutes and at 3.05 p.m. we saw the water rising in an immense wall about two miles out side the harbor, seemingly some 35 to 40 ft. high and advancing towards us. Of course we let go all our anchors & made what preparations we could closing all air ports &c. In about two minutes from the time we first saw it it struck a brig & bark on the outer edge of the harbor with a fearful force throwing them completely on their beam ends & the water rushing over them & parting all their moorings & tossing them about as if they were but shells. They however righted & both eventually went on shore where I suppose they will be total wrecks. A small tug boat of about two or three beams was just coming in to the harbor & received the full force & of course was swamped. Her capt. was picked up dead shortly afterwards. At the same time a sail boat went down just outside of us & all on board were lost. All this happened outside of us & as for what was going on inside of us I had no time to look for we were all rather anxious about our own fate but as the water came in the harbor it sensibly diminished & did not strike us with the same force that it did the vessels outside of us but when it struck us it made us tremble from stem to stern, at the same time parting two of our cables & sending us ashore. The reflux of the sea sent us back swinging us in all directions. One small anchor still being down but dragging & we thumping pretty heavily although as the bottom was soft it did not hurt us much. A large iron wharf on our port side was about this time washed away except the outer end against which we swung breaking our starboard paddle wheels. After being here a short time the wharf gave way, we swinging over it & the iron poles punching two holes in us. At this time the pumps were manned but could not keep her clear. We then drifted over on some dangerous rocks on the other side of the harbor & worked hard to get another anchor down. At this time I would not have given ten cents for the ship." Cauvelt goes on to describe the cool-headed response of the De Soto's commodore, and the repairs that were effected over the next few days. He mentions that another American naval vessel, the Monongahela, which had been sent to Santa Cruz from St. Thomas the day before "was totally wrecked by the effects of the same earthquake...She was struck by 5 large rollers & 7 minutes after they first saw the sea coming in she lay high & dry on the beach with her back broken." Cauvelt also comments on the destruction caused by the tsunamis on St. Thomas itself, and the plight of the people of the island: "[they] were in the greatest state of excitement as well as in a most abject state of fear being on there [sic] knees & praying more like maniacs than reasonable beings to all the saints in the callender [sic]. Business was abandoned stores being left open & unattended, men rushing out of their business places perfectly frantic leaving money and goods strewed all around." A remarkable letter, giving a detailed account of a terrible series of earthquakes and tsunamis in the Caribbean in 1867.

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        An Inquiry Into The Difference of Style Observable In Ancient Glass Paintings, Especially In England; With Hints On Glass Painting.

      Oxford: James Parker 1867 - SECOND EDITION. 2 vols., 8-7/8" x 6-1/8", illustrated. Bound in full tan morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spines, gilt lettered black morocco spine labels, spine panels inlaid with a black morocco border, covers with matching gilt border, gilt dentelles, all edges gilt, by Zaehnsdorf. Hinges fine, head and foot of spines fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Fleurs Animees. Tome Premier + Second (Introduction et Texte Par Alphred Karr, Taxile Delord et le Cte. Foelix) nouvelle Edition 2 vol.

      Paris, Garnier Freres, Libraires-Editeurs, (). 1867 - 339, 4 + 324 Pages avec planches res soigneusement retouches pour la gravure et le coloris par M. Maubert (Peintre l`Histoire Naturelle Att. au Jardin des Plantes) / Band 1 mit 23 kolorierten Tafeln, 2 s/w Tafeln und einige Abb. im Text; Band 2 avec 28 Tables des Gravures gr. 8°. Halbleinen, Rücken goldgeprägt, Einbände etwas berieben, Band 1 etwas mehr, Schnitte fleckig, sonst nur wenige Flecken, z.T. gebräunt und leicht fleckig Seidenhemdchen vor den Farbtafeln, sonst gute Ex. Im Jardin des Plantes und auf dem Pariser Friedhof Père Lachaise entstanden intensive botanische Studien als Grundlage für jene Illustrationen, in denen Pflanzen zu menschlichen Formen und Verhaltensweisen mutierten. Ein wesentliches Beispiel dafür ist, neben Une autre monde, das Buch Les Fleurs animées (Die Seele der Blumen) von 1846/47, wieder mit Texten von Taxile Delord. Darin erscheinen Blumen als elegante Damen, ihr Gestus entspricht den tatsächlichen oder symbolisch zugeschriebenen Eigenschaften der verschiedenen Blütenpflanzen. Etwa 1350 Naturstudien Grandvilles werden im Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy aufbewahrt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Holograph Poem, "The Bit o' Garden," Four Stanzas, 24 Lines, with Two Corrections

      Written in fountain pen by Buchanan on two ruled octavo sheets (in landscape form), his poem, "The Bit o' Garden," with two corrections from what appears to be a last manuscript before submitting poem for publication. The poem appeared in Buchanan's book in 1867, Wayside Posies, published by George Routledge. The poem appears in the book with the complete copy as written out here by Buchanan in holograph form, with both corrections appearing in print. Very good. Scarce.

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        Les fleurs animées.

      1867 - Paris, De Gonet, 1867; in-4, 343 + 325 pp, Reliure demi-veau rouge, dos lisse, épidermure sur les dos mais en superficie du cuir. Edition illustrée par Jean-Jacques Grandville. Introduction de Alphonse Karr. Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard, né le 13 septembre 1803 à Nancy et mort le 17 mars 1847 à Vanves, est un caricaturiste français, connu sous le pseudonyme de J.J. Grandville. Le dessin de Grandville est très inspiré de la caricature. Il est un novateur et donne aux animaux ou aux fleurs un supplément d'âme? Grandville meurt très jeune marqué par la mort de sa femme et de ses trois enfants. Un frontispice et 50 planches en couleurs. La gravure sur acier est exécuté par Geoffroy. Nouvelle édition, état moyen pour la reliure.

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        Aus früherer Zeit.

      Berlin, Franz Duncker, 1862-1867. - 4 Bde. (8), 394 SS. (4), 387, (1) SS. VI, 468, (2) SS. XII, 622 SS. Bedr. Originalbroschuren. 8vo. Seltene erste Ausgabe von Ruges Autobiographie. - Der deutsche Politiker und Publizist Arnold Ruge (1802-80) wurde als Student der Philologie 1824 wegen burschenschaftlicher Aktivität zu 14 Jahren Festungshaft verurteilt, verbüßte sechs Jahre und nutzte die Haftzeit zum Studium. Nach seiner Entlassung habilitierte er sich über "Die Platonische Ästhetik". Seit 1838 gab er die "Hallischen Jahrbücher für dt. Wiss. und Kunst" heraus, die zum theoretischen Organ der Linkshegelianer wurden; zu den Mitarbeitern zählten u. a. David Friedrich Strauß wie auch Ludwig Feuerbach. 1843 floh Ruge vor der Zensur nach Paris, wo er mit Karl Marx die "Dt.-Frz. Jahrbücher" herausgab. Als bürgerlich-radikaler Demokrat trennte er sich von Marx, als dieser zum Kommunismus überging, und kehrte im Herbst 1846 nach Deutschland zurück. Nach der Niederlage der Revolution floh Ruge nach England und lebte seit 1850 in Brighton. Er war als Sprachlehrer tätig, schrieb Dramen, Romane und Novellen und übersetzte aus dem Englischen. Zuletzt Nationalliberaler, unterstützte er publizistisch Bismarcks Reichseinigungspolitik (vgl. DBE). - "Diese 'Erinnerungen' sind neben seinen 'Briefen' das Lesenswerteste aus Ruges Feder. Sie reichen bis zum Beginn des Jahres 1843 und sind 1861-66 entstanden, was insbesondere bei Beurteilung seiner Ausführungen über die Burschenschaften zu berücksichtigen ist. Doch darf man ihren Quellenwert nicht unterschätzen. Als Gesamtbild jener für die burschenschaftliche Entwicklung entscheidenden Jahre sind sie unübertroffen. Dabei ist die Darstellung flüssig und fesselnd, mit Humor und witzigen Anekdoten gewürzt" (Neher, Ruge als Politiker und politischer Schriftsteller). - Papierbedingt gleichmäßig schwach gebräunt, aber insgesamt sehr sauber. Unbeschnittenes, teils unaufgeschnittenes Exemplar. Goedeke XVIII, 1231. 247. Hirschberg II, 426. Kosch XIII, 539. Killy X, 70 (falsch: "1842 bis 1847"). MEGA III/2, 20, 21, 31, 83, 112, 193, 211, 251, 257, 269, 270, 284, 341, 348, 349, 372, 374, 448; III/3, 26, 98, 107, 214, 321, 379, 670; III/4, 13-16, 31, 37, 40, 48, 74, 79-82, 98, 104, 107, 117, 121, 139, 146-150, 153, 159, 160, 163, 164, 170, 171, 176, 183, 184, 187-191, 195, 197-199, 254, 256, 285, 297, 365, 368, 373, 392, 412, 417, 425, 493, 494; III/6, 25, 38, 39, 42, 47, 87, 106, 107, 142, 148, 153, 160, 195, 197, 228, 250, 251, 253-255, 272, 282, 297, 309, 318, 319, 368, 392, 405, 421, 431, 432, 454, 477, 485, 492, 501, 502, 529, 530, 552, 555, 566, 573, 585, 589, 609, 611. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Geschichte der Türkei vom Sieg der Reform 1826 bis zum Pariser Traktat 1856. Zwei Teile in einem Band; XII+303 Seiten und VIII+262 Seiten; schmuckloser, neuzeitlicher Bibliothekseinband (22x14cm) Hirzel Leipzig 1866 und 1867

      - [Die ersten und letzten Seiten etwas stockfleckig. Titel und letzte Seite mit Bibliotheksstempel, sonst gut.] Georg Rosen (1820 in Detmold - 1891 ebenda) war ein produktiver Iranist, Turkologe und Diplomat. Er studierte in Berlin und Leipzig und war seit 1844 Dragoman bei der preußischen Gesandtschaft in Konstantinopel, seit 1853 preußischer Konsul in Jerusalem, seit 1867 Generalkonsul des Norddeutschen Bundes, später des Deutschen Reichs in Belgrad (bis 1875). Kein Nachdruck!!! No Reprint!!! Sondern die originale Ausgabe aus den Jahren 1866 und 1867!!!!

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        O-KEE-PA: A RELIGIOUS CEREMONY; AND OTHER CUSTOMS OF THE MANDANS

      Philadelphia, 1867. Half title. Quarto. Modern half morocco over marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. Original fly leaf and half title chipped at upper corner (no loss). Text lightly tanned, plates clean. A very good copy. First American edition, using the same sheets and printing as the London edition of the same year, but with a cancel titlepage. Catlin spent some fourteen years among the various North American Indian tribes and left the most authentic anthropological record of an already vanishing people. He wrote O-KEE-PA... in response to an article appearing in an 1866 issue of Truebner's monthly catalogue. The article attributed to Catlin the authorship of an "indescribably lascivious pamphlet" on the secret customs of the Mandans (see Sabin 11528). O- KEE-PA... is as much a defense of Catlin as of the Mandans, a tribe who were mostly found on the west side of the Missouri River, most of whom were destroyed by a smallpox epidemic in 1837. Catlin states in his preface that of all the numerous customs which he had recorded, nothing was so peculiar and surprising as the O-kee-pa ceremony of the Mandans. The curious rite of O-kee-pa is shown in "horrible fidelity" (Field) in the thirteen outstanding color plates. The explicit details of the sexual elements of the ceremony were considered too shocking for the general public and were included in a separately issued three-page "Folium Reservatum," purportedly issued in an edition of approximately twenty- five copies and present here.

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        [COLLECTION OF 56 STEREOSCOPIC PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS FROM WATKINS' PACIFIC COAST SERIES, PRINCIPALLY DEPICTING SCENES IN YOSEMITE]

      San Francisco, 1867. Very good. In a modern half morocco and cloth box. Carleton Watkins was one of the finest 19th-century landscape photographers. The magnificence of the Yosemite Valley was unknown to settlers until 1849 and it remained so until Watkins brought photographic images of its extraordinary beauty to the public. Watkins' vistas of a serene and underpopulated land demonstrated the ideal harmony between man and nature. "The controlled grandeur of his views of the sublime is encoded not only with classical ideals of simplicity, geometry, and measure but also with a perception of the West as the primordial theatre of an authentically American place" - THE WAKING DREAM. These photographs helped clinch the notion that Yosemite was a relic of Eden in North America. Although Watkins is best known for his mammoth plate photographs, his work was also published as stereoscopic views. In July of 1861, Watkins first traveled to Yosemite equipped with a stereoscopic camera, taking 100 stereoscopic negatives. He returned to Yosemite between 1865 and 1866 which yielded an additional 300 stereoscopic negatives. The present collection includes fifty images of Yosemite (eleven from the first series taken in 1861, and thirty-nine from the second series taken between 1865 and 1866), as well as five images in San Francisco (including three Cliff House views; a July 4, 1864 image of Montgomery Street; and a view from Telegraph Hill), and an additional image of the entrance to the New Almaden, California mine. The collection is from an unusually early period, with the images on Watkins' yellow card mounts with his Montgomery Street address (images printed subsequently would be on orange cards and a different address post-1871). The stereoviews present here were printed between 1867 and 1868, with many including notice of his Paris International Exposition medal on verso. Photographic historian Peter Palmquist has noted: "As a landscape photographer Watkins is best remembered for his pictures of Yosemite. Not only did he achieve many of his artistic successes there, but Yosemite also became more widely known and appreciated because of his eloquence and vision.

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        BEAN'S HISTORY AND DIRECTORY OF NEVADA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. CONTAINING A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE COUNTY, WITH SKETCHES OF THE VARIOUS TOWNS AND MINING CAMPS

      Nevada, Ca., 1867. Contemporary printed paper boards, calf backstrip, spine gilt; rebacked, with most of the original backstrip laid down. Boards rubbed and soiled, worn at corners and edges. Contemporary bookplate on front pastedown of William Montgomery; printed label on rear pastedown ("John Howell / Importer/ San Francisco") and pencil notes in the hand of Warren Howell. Quite clean and neat internally. A very good copy. The first Nevada County directory, the first history of the county as a whole, and the first book printed in Nevada County. Bean's history and directory is quite scarce and contains a great wealth of early material on this vitally important mining region. Bean, who was Nevada County assessor and editor of the DAILY GAZETTE, provides a complete history of the county, along with sketches of the various towns and mining camps, names and occupations of residents, and statistics on mining and other resources. A substantial essay is given over to mining gold from quartz deposits, which, as the author notes, has been the subject of numerous false starts. Besides the general history of Nevada County, there are also descriptions and directories of Nevada City, Grass Valley, Meadow Lake, Bridgeport, Rough and Ready, Little York, Washington, Bloomfield, and Eureka, as well as descriptions of the mines of Nevada City and Grass Valley, and a number of advertisements for local businesses. "[Bean's] history and directory is, by far, the best-known of all California directories. One of the great 'standard' county histories, it is, in the minds of many collectors, dealers, historians and libraries, one of the most valuable - content wise - of all directories published in the United States. Though very scarce, it is also perhaps the most obtainable of California directories, probably because its worth was recognized from the beginning, resulting in the fact that copies were preserved in quantities greater than those of other directories" - Quebedeaux. "Notable compendium of early source material" - Wheat.

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        Verzameling van tuinsieraden, bevattende: 40 platen als modellen voor schetsen van plattegronden, met en zonder waterwerken, tot het aanleggen van tuinen en buitenplaatesen; benevens 60 platen tot voorbeelden om op de minst kostbare wijze, volgens Van Laar, Koepels, tuinhuizen, preeltjes, bruggen, zitbanken, tuinstoelen, enz. enz. te doen vervaardigen. Gouda , G.B. van Goor, 1867.

      - Rebound, some pages carefully repaired. 51 pp. With 100 plates, reproduced after Van Laar. Good copy of this rare reprint. In addition to Van Laar’s Magazijn der tuinsieraden, this new edition contains: K.J.W. Ottolander, Alphabetische lijst van de meest aanbevelenwaardige vruchtensoorten; A.C. van Eeden, beschrijving van de meest aanbevelenswaardige eenjarige bloemzaden en bloembolgewassen; J.T. van den Berg, Wenken over de decoratie der Tuinen; Idem, Lijst der meest aanbevelenswaardige rozen, and: Idem, Lijst der meest aanbevelenswaardige bloemplanten, voor den vollen grond. B0123

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        New Zealand. Its physical geography, geology and natural history. With special reference to the results of government expeditions in the provinces of Auckland and Nelson. Translated from the German original published in 1863 by Edward Sauter, with additions up to 1866 by the author.

      Stuttgart, Cotta, 1867. - 4to. XVI, 515pp. With 7 chromolithogr. plates, 10 full-page woodcuts, 93 woodcut text- illustrations and 2 maps. Orig. green pict. cloth gilt. First English edition. - Stamp of castle library on lower margin of title-page. A mint copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        RARE Archive - Manuscript Letters & Lease Documents Pertaining to the Original Prince of Wales Theatre in Liverpool

      Liverpool, 1867. Liverpool, 1867-1878. Archive of 65 manuscript letters and 3 manuscript lease documents pertaining to the historic and all but forgotten original Prince of Wales Theatre (1862-1912) in Clayton Square, featuring correspondence between celebrated theatre manager Alexander Henderson, owner William Earp, and purchaser John Henry Addison, in which are recorded lease negotiations and purchase agreements, financial arrangements, theatrical performers, and litigation. From the archives of J.H. Brown of Messrs Wright & Brown, attorney for John Henry Addison who purchased the theatre in 1874. Some age-toning to documents, otherwise in excellent condition, a splendid content-rich theatre archive. Little known to some, the very first Liverpool Prince of Wales Theatre (1862-1912), was conceived and first operated by the distinguished Alexander Henderson, and was situated in Clayton Square, and is altogether separate from the theatre on Lime Street. Centering around John Henry Addison and Alexander Henderson, consequential firsthand information on transactions surrounding leasing the premises, a transfer of ownership, and bookings, is abundant in this archive of manuscript correspondence and documents. The lot of correspondence includes 10 signed letters from visionary theatre manager Alexander Henderson, creator of the Prince of Wales Theatre (1862-1912) in Clayton Square, first lessee of the building formerly known as Clayton Hall, and irrefutably one of the most important theatre managers of the nineteenth century, with influence in the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Australia. Also included is a manuscript copy of Henderson's lease of the Prince of Wales Theatre in Liverpool in 1867. Alexander Henderson (1828-1886) was a leading promoter of theatre and burlesque for some thirty years in the nineteenth century, especially active in West End London. His legacy includes some of the biggest productions in the United Kingdom, America and Australia. The historic and lesser known Prince of Wales Theatre situated in Clayton Square, was first under the management of the lessee Mr. Alexander Henderson, who approached the building's proprietor William Earp in 1862 with his vision and immediately obtained from him a ten year lease with option to purchase. Upon returning from Australia, Henderson was meandering in Liverpool and came upon Clayton Hall in December 1859 which was advertising a musical performance by the Minstrel Troupe, for which he paid his entrance. Looking around the room, he envisioned the space as a more inviting and lovely little theatre. And so, the very next morning he brought a proposal to Mr. Earp and secured the lease presented here. Two days later he sailed for Australia, where he would stay for six months, and during which time the hall became vacant. After making the necessary modifications, Henderson secured famous actors such as Toole, Sothern, and Sir Henry Irving, with performances starting as early as January 1862. Henderson travelled to America with his wife Lydia Thompson and her dance group for six years from 1868 to 1874, bringing in others to manage the theatre in his absence. In the summer of 1874 the theatre was under management of Mr. W. Sidney. In 1876 Mr. Kittle was the lessee. On 9 October 1876 Frank Emery opened the theatre with a burlesque performance "Zampa..." All three latter names appear in this correspondence. In the meantime, in June of 1873 Mr. William Earp sold the theatre to John Henry Addison. By an indenture dated 9 April 1874 Earp released all interest in the theatre to Addison for a sum of £500. Addison and Henderson worked well together, at least for a time it seems. Interestingly, in 1875 Earp filed a lawsuit against Henderson which also implicated Addison. The original lease agreement with Henderson and the purchase agreement with Addison being unrelated to one another, the case ended in favour of the defendant. The theatre was originally a mansion built in 1769, home to Miss Clayton, daughter of Liverpool MP and prominent tobacco merchant William Clayton (ca 1661-1715), which was around the turn of the nineteenth century converted to Clayton Hall which was used at irregular intervals for entertainment, and subsequently into the Prince of Wales theatre. The Prince of Wales Theatre was demolished in 1912. A new theatre of a different kind, the Liverpool Picture House, was built adjacent to the site. (Note - This Prince of Wales Theatre in Clayton Square is not to be confused with the Prince of Wales Theatre and Opera House which opened some four years later, on 15 November 1866, very nearby on Lime Street, and which is today's Empire Theatre) Highlights from the archive include: Manuscript File copy of a ten year lease agreement made on 22 October 1867 between theatre manager Alexander Henderson of Liverpool and proprietor William Earp of Eastbourne, which replaced the first agreement made in 1862. Excerpt from the agreement: ..."The said William Earp agrees to let and the said Alexander Henderson agrees to take the Prince of Wales Theatre situated in Clayton Square Liverpool in the county of Lancaster with all fixtures fittings furniture and scenery therein belonging to the said William Earp... for the term of ten years commencing the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and seventy six at which time the existing lease of the said premises dated the nineteenth day of April one thousand eight hundred and sixty two expires... annual rent rate of one thousand and fifty pounds..." Three (3) letters from John Henry Addison to Henderson written from July to September 1874, concerning the impending law suit between Addison and the theatre's proprietor William Earp, and a falling out between Addison to Henderson. These letters are his own retained copies and further reveal private negotiations, specific performances discussed for the theatre, and also the continued business involvement of Sydney Nelson of Australia. Excerpts from the letters: "When you were in Liverpool before starting for America you said your co. would play an engagement with me in June... September would be best... In the meantime Kate Stanley's troupe wanted to come and I put them off until the date of your arrival...I also have stopped an arrangement for the autumn on the same account... you several times promised to fix a final date... I arranged for my co. to go away for 2 months, no sooner... you have decided to open at Charing Cross... "...In your letters you entirely avoid to reference to breach of engagement with me & this is a very strong point. I do not consider you entitled to the full amount you claim... I will give £250 to close everything between us... Sidney can inform of what the agreements were before he came in..." Ten (10) autograph letters signed by Alexander Henderson, nine being addressed to Addison, dated between 23 April and 10 September 1874 in response to the above, and discussing plans for his performance company. Henderson's letters are written whilst in Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Carlsbad in Western Bohemia in the Czech Republic, and finally London. Excerpt from the letters: "We arrived here [Philadelphia} on Sunday... The performances of my company as done here... work so well together... Sullivan has been doing very badly & has closed up so I hear, until he goes to California." "... you might however send your company over to Dublin to play as the P. of W. party. I used to do it every year when Harry Webb had the Queens Theatre and always made money... nearly £400 every night." "... I wanted most particularly to consult you on business matters... Liverpool engagement for my company... keep the September dates open..." "... up to the time of my leaving London... Kate Stanley's arrangements were not fixed so far as Liverpool was concerned... My arrangement is to play a season at the Charing Cross Theatre of 3 months... you must occupy your time with Stars... I will if you like form a company of the best available material & play El Dorado - and my comedy... There are plenty of good people to carry out such an undertaking... " "... By a letter I've first had from Sothern it seems he himself concluded the arrangements..." "... I sold the lease to you at one sixth its value purely to meet your views, which it seems were to sell it for £3000 as you had a customer for it at that figure... I never said I would take less than £500... Without prejudicing my claim I am willing to take £450 for the debt..." "Dear A.[Addison] There is nothing to arbitrate. You bought my lease... for £500 and I handed it to you. Cancelled, endorsed, in return for your I.O.U.... I want the £500. This is simply business... Two draft agreements issued by Addison for the lease of Prince of Wales Theatre, and his portion of the Clayton Square estate, one being granted to Thomas Kittle and Sefton Henry Parry on 21 September 1874, the other a draft agreement to Mr. Frank Emery in 1877. Fifty (50) signed manuscript letters pertaining to purchase, lease, and insurance of the theatre, as well as the trial and other business matters. Twelve are penned and signed by Liverpool solicitor George R. Robertson, and discuss the lease agreement being made in 1877 between Addison and Frank Emery. Forty-seven letters and one telegram are penned and signed by John Henry Addison, addressed to his lawyer Mr. J.H. Brown, addressing numerous important matters. Excerpt from Addison's letters: "White says he sold theatre to me as it stood so this I think makes me safe." "...I sent you what I call my theatre lease at the time you were examining the Emery business..." "Theatre is now insured by me for £6000.... £1000 furniture scenery &c the latter Emery should pay I think." "... R. & E. are falling out I fancy over other matters & I'd like to get clean of both of them." "Enclosed is receipt for Earp £1000 due 31 July which I have paid..." "Earp has been attacking me fiercely in person..." "Earp writes this morning, 'will you purchase seats, scenery &c as in Mr. Henderson's lease'... I bought everything of course when I bought the theatre. I wasn't buying 4 walls. If you have anything to say or any documents please send them to Hull & Co. Contract says theatre and all appurtenances." "Emery the present lessee of Prince of Wales Theatre has offered me in writing £4000 for a lease of 21 years...10% down..." "Emery was breaking away from his bargain... I took the bull by the horns... He took the bait... told me just what he should not have... Don't drop this letter in the coffee room..." "Mr. Emery will agree to the terms proposed viz. Premium on lease £4000 payable as follows... Balance £10 per week... Emery has just got through a law suit with Kittle... If the payment stops the lease stops..." "Kittle has settled with Sidney about the P. of W. [Prince of Wales Theatre]" "What should I ask for the theatre. It cost me 26 a yard for 500 £13000. Property next to it sells for £30 and not occupied... some way of calculating surrender of leases apart from value of land. I shall be glad to get rid of it." Alexander Henderson (1828-1886) was a leading promoter of theatre and burlesque for some thirty years in the nineteenth century, especially active in West End London. His legacy includes some of the biggest productions in the United Kingdom, America and Australia. He gained his first theatrical experience as secretary to Edward Askew Sothern, and laid the foundations of his fortune in Australia, in dramatic enterprise. There he first tried his hand at theatre management, became acquainted with famous composer Sydney Nelson, and further apprenticed in the business with the Syndey family. In 1864 he was managing the new Theatre Royal in Birkenhead, where he met his second wife, Lydia Thompson. In 1866 he opened and managed the Prince of Wales Theatre in Liverpool, which became noted for unique staging and first class performances, and which is now one of the most important theatres in the North West - the Empire Theatre. Henderson leased and managed several theatres. After establishing the Prince of Wales, he moved on to productions in America in the summer of 1868, and later in London. His successor at the Prince of Wales was Frank Musgrave, musical director for the London Strand Theatre. After a six year production tour in New York, in 1874 Henderson was in London, at the Globe theatre. In 1878 he became owner and manager of the Folly Theatre in London (previously the Charing Cross Theatre). On 18 September 1880 the Strand Theatre re-opened with 'Olivette', a new opera-comique under the management of Alexander Henderson. The Comedy Theatre on Panton Street was built in 1881 for Henderson, from the designs of Thomas Verity, with Renaissance style ornamentation finished in white and gold, the dress circle uniquely entered directly from the street level. It opened with 'La Mascotte' on 15 October. He was also lessee of the Avenue up to the time of his death. At only fifty-seven years of age, Henderson died suddenly at Caen in Normandy on February 1st, 1886, during a millionaire's vacation. Henderson's second wife was Lydia Thompson (1838-1908), born in London, an accomplished dancer and actress in Burlesque, who travelled as far as America, on numerous occasions, with her burlesque group called the "British Blondes". She performed at the Prince of Wales Theatre in its early years. Recently wed, Henderson and Thompson sailed in August 1868 for America, she heading a small theatrical troupe, adapting popular English burlesques for middle-class New York audiences by adding topical and local references into the lyrics. Their performances were the most popular entertainment in New York during the 1868-1869 theatrical season, the planned six-month tour extending into an extremely successful tour of almost six years. Thompson, Henderson and her troupe finally returned to England in 1874, and she resumed her starring roles in London and provincial productions. In 1878 she also performed at the Folly Theatre, of which her husband Alexander Henderson was proprietor and manager. Thompson and Henderson separated, but continued to work together into the 1880s. Following Henderson's death in 1886 Thompson returned to New York for a season, and did so again in the winter seasons of 1888 and 1891. Henderson's first wife, Miss Moon, was associated with Liverpool. Fascinating stories and important historical details pertaining to the Prince of Wales Theatre in Clayton Square are found in a book titled, "Annals of the Liverpool Stage: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time," by R. J. Broadbent, published in 1908. Particulars of the 1875 trial Earp vs Henderson were published inthe 1876 Law Reports: Division 1, Chancery Division High Court of Justice. . Very Good.

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        Alice's Adventures In Wonderland.

      London: Macmillan & Co.,, 1867. With forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel. Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in red morocco, titles and "Alice" motifs to spine gilt, raised bands, rule to boards gilt, "Alice" devices to boards, inner dentelles gilt, gilt edges. Illustrated by John Tenniel. Some occasional mild foxing and browning, an excellent copy. Third edition of Alice in a fine binding. First published in 1865.

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        Reisen im Archipel der Philippinen. Zweiter Theil. Wissenschaftliche Resultate.

      - Wiesbaden, Kreidel's Verlag, (1867)-1905. 10 volumes (bound in 12). 4to (300 x 250mm). With 456 plates of which 248 hand-coloured, coloured or tinted. Later red cloth, gilt lettered spines. Vol. I: Holothurien. By C. Semper. Wiesbaden 1868. pp. x, xxi, 288, with portrait of Semper and 40 (27 coloured) plates.Vol. II, 1: Malacologische Untersuchungen I. Theil: Ascoglossa. Nudibranchiata Kladohepatica. By R. Bergh. Wiesbaden 1870-75. pp. 1-367, with plates 1-48 (5 coloured).Vol. II, 2: Malacologische Untersuchungen. II. Theil: Porostomata. Nudibranchiata Holohepatica. By R. Bergh. Wiesbaden 1876-78. pp. 377-645, L, with plates 49-68.Vol. II, 3: Malacologische Untersuchungen. III Theil: Nudibranchiata Holohepatica. Nudibranchien von Meere der Insel Mauritius. Nudibranchien des Sunda-Meeres. System der Nudibranchiaten Gastropodes. By R. Bergh. Wiesbaden 1880-92. pp. 647-1168, with plates 69-89 (3 coloured). Together with:Vol.II, 4: Malacologische Untersuchungen. IV. Theil: Nachträge und Ergänzungen (Ascoglossa, Nudibranchiata). Marseniadae. By R. Bergh. Wiesbaden 1880-87. pp. 289, with 25 (3 coloured) plates.Vol. III: Landmollusken by C. Semper. Wiesbaden 1870-94. pp. xiv, iv, 337, with 27 (10 col.). plates. Together with: Ergänzungsheft: Über Sehorgane vom Typus der Wirbelthieraugen auf dem Rücken von Schnecken. By C. Semper. Wiesbaden 1877. pp. 90, with 10 (6 coloured). plates.Vol. IV, 1: Die Sipunculiden. By E. Selenka. Wiesbaden 1883. pp. xxxii, 131, with 14 (13 coloured) plates. Together with: Vol. IV, 2: Die Landschnecken. By W. Kobelt. Wiesbaden 1886. pp. vi, 80, with 7 coloured plates. Together with: Vol. IV, 3: Die Seewalzen - Holothurioidea. By K. Lampert. Wiesbaden 1885. pp. 310, with 1 plate.Vol. V: Die Schmetterlinge der Philippinischen Inseln. Ein Beitrag zur Indo-Malayischen Lepidopteren Fauna: Erster Band. Die Tagfalter. - Rhopalocera. By G. Semper. Wiesbaden 1886-92. pp. xiv, 1-380, with 51 coloured plates.Vol. VI: Die Schmetterlinge der Philippinischen Inseln. Beitrag zur Indo-Malayischen Lepidopteren-Fauna. Zweiter Band: Die Nachtfalter. - Heterocera. By G. Semper. Wiesbaden 1896-1902. pp. 381-728, with 36 tinted plates.Vol. VII: Malacologische Untersuchungen. V. Theil. Pleurobranchidae (Index). Bukkacea (Index). Ascoglossa (Index). Aplysiidae (Index). By R. Bergh. Wiesbaden 1897-1902. pp. 382, with 29 plates.Vol. VIII: Landmollusken. Ergänzungen und Berichtigungen zum III. Bande: Die Landmollusken. By O.F. von Möllendorff & W. Kobelt. Wiesbaden 1898-1904. pp. 268, with 33 (9 coloured) plates.Vol. IX: Malacologische Untersuchngen. VI Theil. Erste, Zweite & Dritte Lieferung: Nudibranchiata; Opisthobranchiata - Pectinibranchiata; Tectibranchiata - Penctinibranchiata. By R. Bergh Wiesbaden 1904-1908. pp. 178, with 12 plates.VOL. X: Landmollusken. Ergänzungen und Berichtigungen zum III. Bande: Die Landmollusken. By O.F. von Möllendorff, W. Kobelt & G. Winter. Wiesbaden 1905. pp. 387, with plates 1-4 (in photocopy), 5-82 coloured plates.Apart from the 4 photocopy plates in the last volume a very rare complete set. No complete copy has been sold at auction or offered in the trade since many decades. Volumes II, 2; II, 3 and II, 4 with some water-staining. Bound in at the beginning of the first volume the 'Ergänzungs-Heft' 1895, an in memoriam of Carl Semper by A. Schuberg, with a portrait of C. Semper.The 'Zweiter Theil. Wissenschaftliche Resultate' is all published, a first part was never published (See J.A. Robertson, Bibliography of the Philippine Islands p. 93). Carl Gottfried Semper (1832-1893) was a one of the greatest of the few scientists who has written on the Philippines. He was a pupil of renowned comparative anatomists F. von Leydig, R.A. von Kölliker and K. Gegenbauer, and became professor of Zoology at the University of Würzburg. "Semper devoted the period from December 1858 to May 1865 to the exploration of the Philippines. Nevertheless, it was a period of outstanding achievement, chiefly because Semper [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Düsseldorf, 20. V. 1867. - 8vo. 3 pp. on bifolium. To the German composer, conductor and cellist Julius Rietz, asking for some informations about a vacant position at the Dresden Court opera.

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        The Sailor's Word-Book:

      London: Blackie and Son,, 1867. An Alphabetical Digest of Nautical Terms, including some more especially Military and Scientific, but Useful to Seamen; as well as Archaisms of Early Voyagers, etc. By the Late … Revised for the Press by Vice-Admiral Sir E. Belcher. Octavo (217 × 148 mm) Slightly later blue half hard-grained morocco, blue linen boards, title gilt to the spine, marbled edges and endpapers. Engraved medallic portrait to the text. A little rubbed, and stained on the boards, light browning, scatter of foxing, overall very good. Bookplate of the Junior Conservative Club to the front pastedown, and device gilt to the tail of the spine. First edition. Craig describes the book as containing "full and learned definitions, but little attempt at etymology or derivation". but remains uncommon, and invaluable reference for all that. Smyth went to sea early in the merchant service "in 1804 was in the East India Company's ship Cornwallis, which took part in the expedition against the Seychelles. In March 1805 the Cornwallis was bought into the navy and established as a 50 gun ship under the command of Captain Charles James Johnston. Smyth remained on board, seeing much active service in Indian, Chinese, and Australian waters" (J.K. Laughton in ODNB). But after a period largely engaged in surveying operations, which he combined with antiquarian research, he retired from the sea and pursued " a literary and scientific life". He occupied high position in the Society of Antiquaries, the Royal Astronomical Society, the Royal Society, the Royal Geographical Society - of which he was one of the founders - and was an "honorary or corresponding member of at least three-quarters of the literary and scientific societies of Europe".

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        Edouard Manet

      In Revue du XIXème siècle 1867 - - In Revue du XIXème siècle, Paris 1867, 16,5x25,5cm, broché. - Rares éditions pré-originales du fameux article de Emile Zola et du poème 'La fin de la journée' de Charles Baudelaire, dernier poème publié du vivant de l'auteur. Autres contributions de T. de Banville, A. Houssaye, le comte d'O. Dos fendillé comportant une petite déchirure en pied, une petite tache marginale sur le premier plat, quelques petites rousseurs sans gravité. En frontispice, un portrait en buste gravé de A. Karr. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Rare pre-editions of Emile Zola's famous article and the poem 'The end of the day' by Charles Baudelaire, the last poem published during the lifetime of the author. Other contributions from T. de Banville, A. Houssaye, Count O . Back cracked with a small tear at the bottom, a small marginal spot on the first board, a few minor foxing. Frontispiece, an engraved portrait bust of A. Karr. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Biblia. Dat is De Gantsche H. Schrifture, vervattende alle de Canonycke Boecken des Ouden en des Nieuwen Testaments, Door Last der Hoog. Mog. Heeren Staten Generaal van de Vereenigde Nederlanden en volgens het Besluyt van de Synode Nationaal gehouden tot Dordrecht in de Jaren 1618 en 1619. Uyt de Oorspronckelyke Talen in onze Nederlandsche Tale getrouwelyk overgeset. Met Consent van de Ed. Gr. Achtb. Heeren Burgemeesteren in Amsterdam. WAARBIJ: Het Boek der Psalmen, nevens de Gezangen bij de Hervormde Kerk van Nederland in gebruik, Door last van de Hoog. Mog. Heeren Staaten Generaal der Vereenigde Nederlanden, Uit drie berijmingen, In den jaare 1773, gekooren, Met de noodige daar in gemaakte veranderingen. Met, Catechismus, Ofte Onderwyzing

      Amsterdam en Haarlem, De Nederlandsche Bijbel-Compagnie. 1867-1892 - 3 delen in 1 band Folio, H. 44 x B. 29 x D. 11 cm. (10) 328, 124, 148, (2) 81 (3) folia. 47 (1) p. Origineel Leer met ribben, met 6 Kaarten w.o. de Wereldkaart.

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        Elsie Dinsmore

      M.W. Dodd - 1867. First edition. 12mo plum cloth elaborately stamped in blind, with gilt title surrounded by a gilt decorative device. Spine lightly faded and a few short splits at the outer joints; front cover with a light, diffuse water stain at the lower corner that does not affect contents. Front inner hinge cracked but sound. In all, an extraordinary, near fine copy of one of the great rarities of 19th century children's fiction. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Prologue représenté pour l'ouverture du théâtre des Délassements-commiques EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Lemerre, 1867. Fine. Lemerre, Paris 1867, 13,5x21cm, broché. - First edition, one of the few Holland paper on the only leading copies with 5 China. Signed autograph from the author to Mr. Raynard, actor Theatre du Chatelet and husband of actress that is dedicated to this work. Rare and light bites. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des quelques ex sur Hollande, seuls grands papiers avec 5 Chine. Envoi autographe signé de Albert Glatigny à Mr. Raynard, acteur au théâtre du Châtelet et mari de l'actrice à qui est dédié cet ouvrage. Rares et légères piqûres.

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        "First lessons on natural philosophy, for children. In two parts. New edition, enlarged and improved"

      Yedo [i.e. Tokyo]. 1867-66. "2 parts in 3 volumes, 16mo, pp. [104]; [88]; [107]; illustrated with woodcuts throughout (that of the rainbow hand-colored); original tan wrappers sewn in the Japanese manner, printed paper labels on upper covers; last 40pp. of the first volume heavily annotated over the text and obscuring the same, so this is accompanied by another copy of the first volume in a different wrapper; occasional spots and stains, ink stamps; good copy. The interesting part of the overwriting is that it was written by an officer by the name of Hiroshi Yuchi in the Sino-Japanese War (ca. 1894-95), and as such constitutes a sort of diary, making notes on military strategy, the raining down of bombs and hand-grenades, deaths of comrades, his girl friend, etc. The imprint in vol. II is Hartford: William J. Hamersley, publisher; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1866. "

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        Don Carlos Grand Opéra en Cinq Actes Représenté sur le Théatre Impérial de l'Opéra. Poeme de M.M. Méry & C. du Locle... Partition, in-8o, Piano et Chant, net: 20f... Accomt. de Piano par E. Vauthrot Chef du Chant à l'Opéra

      Paris: Léon Escudier [PN L.E. 2765., L.E. 2765 et 2767.]. [April 1867]. Large octavo. Quarter dark brown morocco with textured brown cloth boards, previous owner's initials ("M.G.") gilt to upper, spine in compartments with rules and titling gilt, marbled endpapers. 1f. (lithographic title illustration by Trinocq after Cravzat including names of Verdi operas entwined around a set of arched columns), 1f. (named cast list for the premiere performance at the Paris Opéra, on March 11, 1867 and index), 359 pp. Text in French. Lithographed. Binding slightly worn, rubbed, bumped and stained; hinges tender. Slightly foxed; first signature slightly split; occasional small tears; impression occasionally weak; publisher's handstamp to lower right corner of title. . First edition. Hopkinson 61A considers this to be the earliest printing. Collector William Crawford, however, identified what he believed to be an earlier issue, distinguished by typographical differences to the title page (Verdi's name in a smaller typeface and the absence of the lithographer's name to the lower right corner) and the absence of the printer's imprint to the foot of the first page of music. "Don Carlos has of late become one of the best-loved and most respected of Verdi?'s operas... Verdi dedicated to the work some of his greatest dramatic music. One need think only of the magnificent series of confrontational duets that form such a great part of the drama... several of these break decisively with traditional models, forging for themselves a vital new relationship between musical and dramatic progress. It is for such moments that Don Carlos will be remembered and treasured." Roger Parker in Grove online

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        Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey

      Smith 1867 - 1867. 446 pages. Red, quarter leather with gilt lettering and indigo cloth. Firm binding. Noticeable foxing, tanning and handling marks with missing front endpaper. Scuffing and noticeable colour transfer from front paste-down at titles with intermittent dog-eared corners. Gilt trim along top of page edges. Noticeable wear, rubbing and scuffing along spine with splits along edges. Noticeable bumping, rubbing and scuffing to spine ends and to corners with noticeable rubbing, scuffing and wear along edges and over surfaces. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Charles Dickens. The Library Edition

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1866-1867 - 26 volume set, 7.5 inches tall. In full morocco, bound by 'MANSELL SUCCESSOR TO HAYDAY', 2 of the greatest names in the pantheon of London bookbinders of the period. With gilt raised bands, gilt titles, dentelles and all edges. Lovely gilt mistletoe devices on the corners of the boards. Full page illustrations, slightly foxed, as usual. Some rubbing. Dickens considered this to be his 'Best Edition' and inscribed it to John Forster, later his great biographer. This edition was published just a few years before his death and doesn't contain the minor and incomplete works published after 1867. A superb set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: McConnell Fine Books ABA & ILAB]
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        THE LAST CHRONICLE OF BARSET

      Smith, Elder and Co., London 1867 - **LIMITED TIME ONLY! 20% OFF ALL ANTIQUARIAN SHOP INVENTORY! (DISCOUNT ALREADY APPLIED TO PRICE SHOWN)** First edition, first issue. two volumes bound in 1/4 leather over burgundy cloth boards, raised bands with double light brown cloth labels with bands ruled in gilt, new endpapers. Illustrated by George H. Thomas with 32 illustrations. A very nice set. First Edition, first issue points, Vol.II without the ads in the back. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Plantes Tinnéennes, ou description de quelques unes des plantes recueillies par l'expédition Tinnéenne sur les bords du Bahr-El-Ghasal et de ses affluents en Afrique Centrale/ Plantae Tinneanae, sive descriptio plantarum in expeditione Tinneana ad flumen Bahr el-Ghasal eiusque affluentias in septentrionali interioris Africae parte collectarum. Suis sumtibus ediderunt A.P.F. Tinne et J.A. Tinne.

      Vienne, Charles Gerold Fils, 1867. Folio (550 x 400mm). pp. (18), viii, (2), 54, with tinted lithographed frontispiece, portrait and 1 tinted headpiece, 3 tinted lithographed illustrations and 27 lithographed plates of which 26 finely hand-coloured. Publisher's pictorial boards, red cloth spine with gilt lettering (small skilful repair to hinges). First and only edition of this splendidly produced work, with the text both in French and Latin. The present copy is the rare issue with the plates coloured. "This book gives the botanical results of a tragic journey of exploration up the White Nile made in 1861-64 by three courageous Dutchwomen, Mme. Henriette Louise Marie Tinne, her daughter Alexandrie P.F. Tinne and her sister Adrienne van Capellen. The two elder women, Henriette and Adrienne, died on the journey"(Great Flower Books p. 63)./"From the end of January 1863 until mid-December, the Dutch traveller Alexine Tinne and the German zoologist Theodor von Heuglin carried out an expedition to the vast region of the Gazelle-river, a western tributary of the White Nile also known as the Bahr el-Ghazel (the Arabian name). Their private fortune enabled Alexine and her mother, Harriette Tinne-van Capellen, to prepare and maintain an expedition of immense proportions. No expense was spared. A steamboat was engaged together with transport vessels for the accompanying people, beasts of burden, and provisions, together forming a 'train' of more than 150 people, which after three months had increased to more than 550" (R.J. Willink , The fateful Journey p. 17). The book describes and portrays the plants collected by Alexine and Heuglin, some eighty samples were collected of which many new to science. The text was written by the well-known botanist Theodor Kotschy and J. Peyritsch. The work was financed by John Tinne and dedicated to Queen Sophie of the Netherlands. Only very few copies were published./Recently a book was published by Robert Joost Willink, 'The fateful journey. The expedition of Alexine Tinne and Theodor von Heuglin in Sudan (1863-1864). A study of their travel accounts and ethnographic collections', by the Amsterdam University Press.//Provenance: Bookplate of the botanical library of Christian Heuer./Nussen BBI 1059; Stafleu & Cowan 3894; Great Flower Books p. 63.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        Griset's Grotesques; or, Jokes Drawn On Wood, With Rhymes By Tom Hood, One Hundred Quaint Designs By Ernest Griset, Engraved By The Brothers Dalziel

      London: Routledge, 1867. First edition. 4to. (10 x 8 inches). Unnumbered prelims + 151 + 4 (adverts). B/w frontis and numerous b/w illusts. Original blue cloth gilt, large sunken oval cut-out, chromolithographed paper onlay. Bevelled edges. A.e.g. Frayed to foot of spine, rubbed to head. Corners rubbed. Rear board a trifle marked. Personal bookplate to front pastedown. O/w contents clean and bright. A very good copy indeed. No foxing or spotting. Tightly bound. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

      [Bookseller: John Taylor Books P.B.F.A.]
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        The Rise and Progress of the Kingdoms of Light & Darkness. or, the Reign of Kings Alpha and Abadon

      Philadelphia: J. Nicholas, Printer, 1867. 1st ed. Hardcover. Fair. 2 [of 12 or 13] illustrations, 288p. Original cloth, recently rebacked, with most of original backstrip laid down. 18cm. Cover cloth chipped at corners. Faint, faded gift inscription on blank leaf preceding title-page. Moderate age-toning. Lacks 10 or 11 plates (has only the portrait of the author and one other plate). We are uncertain about the exact number of plates since we found references for 12 plates and for 12 plates plus the portrait. According to the "Sketch of the Life of the Author (pp. 3-18), Blackson, born to free parents in Christiana, Delaware,in 1817, was a devoutly religious Methodist who, disturbed by the discriminatory mistreatment of African Americans, joined the African Union Church. Max Whiteman described the contents of this rare work of allegorical religious fiction thusly: "... Original folklore full of strange biblical characters. The story is brought up to the time of the Civil War. King Alpha is Christ and Abadon is Satan who fight through the centuries until at last Abadon is defeated."

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        Monographia molluscorum terrestrium fluvalium, lacrustrum insularum maderensium.

      Lisbon, Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa, 1867 - 4to (298 x 225 mm), pp 19 [1] xix 168 [2], text in Portuguese and Latin with 2 hand-coloured lithographed plates illustrating 60 species; a fine copy in contemporary green half morocco, presentation copy inscribed by author to Edwards Luiz Ferreira Carun on front free endleaf. £850First edition, a rare work on the terrestrial, riverine, and lake molluscs of Madeira.

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        On the dynamical theory of gases. Extract from Philosophical Transactions

      London, 1867. 49-88pp. 290 x 215 mm. Modern boards, printed label on front cover. Minor toning and foxing, small tear in upper margin of first leaf.

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com ]
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        1867 JULES-EMILE PLANCHON HANDWRITTEN LETTER to DR. V.A. SIGNORET, plus two of J.-E. Planchon's ORIGINAL WORKS on the FRENCH PHYLLOXERA VINEYARD PLAGUE, plus a SIGNED WORK by J.-E. Planchon's brother, GUSTAVE PLANCHON

      Montpellier, France, 1867. 1st Edition . No Binding. Good. 1867 JULES-EMILE PLANCHON HANDWRITTEN LETTER to DR. V.A. SIGNORET, plus two of J.-E. Planchon's ORIGINAL WORKS on the FRENCH PHYLLOXERA VINEYARD PLAGUE, plus a SIGNED WORK by J.-E. Planchon's brother, GUSTAVE PLANCHON. THREE PAGE HANDWRITTEN LETTER by JULES EMILE PLANCHON to DR. VINCENT ANTOINE SIGNORET (addressed to "Monsieur", but clearly to Dr. Vincent Antoine Signoret, identified by the other included items that are described below). The letter is on a single-fold sheet, making 4-pages. Handwritten on the front page and the two inside pages, the back page is blank. Signed by J. E. Planchon at the end of his letter, with his current positions as Professor and Director of Pharmaceuticals in Montpellier, written beneath his signature. AN IMPORTANT LETTER - Written during the time J-E PLANCHON was investigating the cause of the destruction of grape vines throughout Europe. Much of the letter discusses botany, with botanical words such as: Chènes, Coccus, Gramutii, Pulvinatus, Chermes, Cultivés, Coquilles, Èspece, etc. Much of the letter has to do with scale insects, a specialty of the letter's recipient, DR. V.-A. SIGNORET. The letter is dated: Montpellier le 10 Decembre 1867. It appears that the letter was originally sent to GUSTAVE PLANCHON, the brother of JULES EMILE PLANCHON, in response to a booklet written by Gustave Planchon titled: LE KERMES DU CHENE - AUX POINTS DE VUE ZOOLOGIQUE, COMMERCIAL & PHARMACEUTIQUE. But the letter by Signoret to Gustave Planchon was either intercepted by or forwarded to Jules Emile Planchon, who read it and responded to it. THE LETTER IN THIS AUCTION IS THE LETTER BY J.-E. PLANCHON to SIGNORET, it DOES NOT include the assumed letter written by Signoret to Gustave. However... GUSTAVE'S BOOKLET IS INCLUDED. The booklet has printed blue wrappers, sewn binding, 5.25x8.25", 47 pages. Published in PARIS and MONTPELLIER, 1864. The booklet is SIGNED and INSCRIBED by GUSTAVE PLANCHON at the top of the front cover: "hommage de l'auteur / Gustave Planchon (signed)". The booklet has the ink-stamped signature of SIGNORET on the half-title page, again on page 7 (the beginning of the text), and a third time on the blank bottom of the last page (page 47). Handwritten on the front cover, presumably by SIGNORET is "ecrit à M. Planchon le 21 Nbre 1867". This corresponds nicely with the December 10, 1867, date on the letter by E.-J. Planchon to (presumably) Signoret. The booklet also has a handwritten, single-line, relevant note on page 23, presumably by Signoret. ALSO INCLUDED are TWO BOOKLETS on GRAPE VINES and VINEYARDS by J. E. PLANCHON. (1) An 8 page booklet titled "LA PHTHIRIOSE ou PEDICULAIRE DE LA VIGNE CHEZ LES ANCIENS - Et Les Cochenilles de la VIGNE Chez Les Modernes". A separately bound extract from the Societe des Agriculteurs de France, 1870. (2) A 16 page booklet titled "NOTES ENTOMOLOGIQUES SUR LE PHYLLOXERA VASTATRIX". A separately bound extract from the Societe des Agriculteurs de France, 1869. IN SUMMARY, THIS AUCTION IS FOR: (1) A 3-PAGE HANDWRITTEN LETTER BY JULES-EMILE PLANCHON. (2) A 42 PAGE Booklet by GUSTAVE PLANCHON, SIGNED by GUSTAVE PLANCHON, and owned by VINCENT ANTOINE SIGNORET, with his stamped Signature and Handwritten notes. (3) AN 8 PAGE Booklet by JULES EMILE PLANCHON on VINES both Ancient and Modern. (4) A 16 PAGE Booklet by JULES EMILE PLANCHON on PHYLLOXERA, the Plague that was destroying the Vineyards of France and Europe. CONDITION: The letter is solid, there are some stains, spots, creases and edge toning but the writing is clear throughout. The letter has a number of folds from where it was folded, presumably to fit into a small envelope. The booklet by Gustave Planchon has a couple of creases and spots, but remains solid and nice. The 8 page booklet has some creases but remains sturdy, bright and clean. The 16 page booklet is soiled, has edge wear, creases, and tears, has some foxing, and has some early previous owner's margin marks and text underlining.

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        TEORÍA GENERAL DE LA URBANIZACIÓN, y aplicación de sus principios y doctrinas a la REFORMA Y ENSANCHE DE BARCELONA.

      Imp. Española. Madrid, 1867 - . 27 c m. 2 tomos: 831-700 pág. Enc. en dos vols. en media piel. Primera edición. Dedicatoria de la hija del autor a Fossas y Pi. obras publicas, urbanismo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        FAR AWAY OR SKETCHES OF SCENERY AND SOCIETY IN MAURITIUS

      London, Chapman and Hall ,1867.. FIRST EDITION 1867. Small 8vo, approximately 185 x 125 mm, 7¼ x 4¾ inches, black and white frontispiece, pages: xii, 1-368, bound in full school prize calf, maroon gilt lettered label to spine, extra gilt decoration to spine, gilt coat of arms with motto underneath to upper cover, marbled endpapers and edges. Covers have pale uneven darkening, upper cover has a diagonal crease, lower cover has a scuff mark, slight shelf wear to edges, long old ink prize presentation inscription on first free endpaper, age-browning to edges of frontispiece, page 256 wrongly misnumbered 212, printer's error, light turning crease to several pages, otherwise a very good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Albumen Photograph with Title Philippa

      1867 - Titled, Signed, and Inscribed on the mount by Cameron. The title is "Philippa, " Signed and dated 1867, and inscribed "From Life Registered Photograph copyright." Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) is considered one of the most important female photographers and one of the great portraitists in the history of photography. She came late to photography, not starting until 1863 when she was 48 years old. Because of her close connections in Victorian England she was able to photgraph many of the luminaries of her time, often in costume. This lovely profile photograph of a woman unfortunately is a wreck - damaged and defective, with the top several inches of the photograph and mount torn away. This affects the top of the woman's head but the remainder of the photograph is intact. Despite its condition, this photograph is still of considerable interest as this is the onlh known example of the image to bear a title, "Philippa." Intact portion of image is 10.5 x 11 inches. Mounted on brown stiff paper with browning, evidence of glue on back, and a water stain along bottom and top edges. PHOTO/072915. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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