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        The Formosan Deer

      ?A very detailed hand-colored natural history lithograph by Joseph Wolf (German-English, 1820-1899) from his book "Zoological Sketches", which was compiled for the Zoological Society of London and printed in London: by Henry Graves & Company in 1867. Overall this print measures 13 ?" x 19", the lithograph is tipped into the larger paper which includes a boarder and lettering.Sir Edwin Landseer described Joseph Wolf as ?...without exception the best all-round animal painter who ever lived.? Born and educated in Prussia, Wolf moved to London in 1848 to pursue a growing number of commissions to illustrate natural history works. He quickly became the foremost animal illustrator in Britain. Among his achievements were the illustrations he produced for Gould?s ?The Birds of Great Britain?(1862-1873) and the romantic subjects he drew for ?The Life and Habits of Wild Animals? (1873). Wolf did not wish to be categorized as a scientific illustrator, preferring to create complete and naturalistic compositions, which conveyed a sense of drama and mystery. Rather than show his subjects isolated from their environment, Wolf integrated them into a natural setting and portrayed them involved in dramatic action.In 1852, the British Zoological Society commissioned Wolf to complete several watercolors for its Zoological Sketches published in parts between 1856 and 1867. P.L. Sclater, the secretary of the society, noted in the publication?s preface, ?the Council was fortunate enough to secure the services of Mr Joseph Wolf, who may be fairly said to stand alone in intimate knowledge of the habits and forms of Mammals and Birds.? By this stage in his career, Wolf?s works were in considerable demand both in their own right and as illustrations to books and journals. ?From 1859 to 1869 Wolf was the regular artist for Ibis, the journal of the Zoological Society, and his work was also reproduced in the Illustrated London News, Once a Week, The Leisure Hour, The Sunday at Home, and The Graphic. Unfortunately, during the 1870s, Wolf was increasingly hindered by the onset of chronic rheumatism, which gradually curtailed his work, but he lived on into his eightieth year and died in London surrounded by his pet birds and held in high popular esteem. ?More than three-quarters of a century later his plates are regarded as among the finest productions of the great period of the illustrated book, while his oil paintings, watercolors and drawings are prized by museums and collectors alike.Overall this print is in very good condition with some foxing and staining throughout margins.?

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        Vie et opinions de M. Frédéric-Thomas Graindorge

      Hachette 1867 - - Hachette, Paris 1867, 12,5x20cm, relié. - Edition originale sur papier courant du seul roman de Hippolyte Taine paru de son vivant. Reliure en demi chagrin chocolat, dos à cinq nerfs légèrement passé orné de motifs floraux dorés, plats de papier marbré, deux petits accrocs sur les tranches, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, coins légèrement émoussés, couvertures conservées. Rare envoi de l'auteur 'offert par l'exécuteur H. Taine' sur le premier plat de couverture. Quelques petites rousseurs sans trop de gravité. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Further Papers Relative to the Union of British Columbia and Vancouver Island

      London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode 1867, 1st edition. () iv,47,[1]pp. Very good. Folio (32.5 x 21 cm.) in original printed blue wrappers. Lowther 285. [In continuation of Papers presented 25th June 1866]. Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty, May 1867. Series: Great Britain. Parliament. Command Papers. 1867 3852..

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        Elaine, by Alfred Tennyson. Illustrated by Gustave Dore

      London : Edward Moxon, 1867, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth over bevelled boards. Professionally recased with a new matching cloth spine; very impressively finished. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dulled and scuffed as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans etc. on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 84 pages; Physical description; [4], 84 p. 9 plates : ill.. ; 41 cm. The plates are dated 1866. Printer named on verso of titplepage. Referenced by: Allsobrook 183. Subjects; English prose literature - 19th century. English poetry - 19th century. Tennyson - Idylls of the King.

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        Das Kapital (copy limited edition)(Chinese Edition)(Old-Used) ZI BEN LUN ( YING YIN XIAN LIANG BAN )

      paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Das Kapital is German writing. Marx. Engels and other editors a political and economic writings. the first volume was first published in 1867. This work capitalism. critical analysis. have a profound impact on many fields of social sciences and humanities in the future. Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Briefs of Title in Sundry Tracts, Pieces and Parcels of Land Situate, Lying and Being in Northumberland and Montour Counties in the State of Pennsylvania, Belonging to "The Shamokin Coal Company." 1867

      - Folio, contemporary ½ leather, and cloth boards, red morocco label on front board, which reads: Briefs of Title of the Lands of The Shamokin Coal Co., front board nearly detached, as is front fly-leaf, spine chipped, corners worn through, includes 4 hand-colored property maps and 83 hand written pages, in a very fine calligraphic style. The present volume constitutes a documentary history of the area which included the lands occupied by Robert Morris' Asylum Company, and of the Shamokin Coal Company. 1. Brief of Title to the Tract of Land Known as the William Lambert Tract. Warrant granted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to William Lambert four hundred acres of land adjoining land surveyed for Robert Martin and Lawrence Lambertson to include some of waters of Shamoken Creek in the County of Northumberland. 2 maps, 10 pages . 2. Brief of Title to 67 Acres and 81 Perches neat measure part of the land William Lane Tract. Warrant granted to William Lane for four hundred acres of land on Coal Run about one mile north of the road leading from Reading to Sunbury in Catawissa Township in the County of Northumberland. 1 map, 42 pages. 3. Brief of Title of "The Shamokin Coal Company," being a Tax Title in and to the full undivided interest or share of eight hundred acres of an in all those seven tracts of land in the warrantee names of Daniel Rees, Charlotte Ruston, Mary Myers, John Reynolds, Mary Ruston, Thomas Ruston and Mary Ruston, Jun'r¿. Situate contiguous to each other, formally wholly in Northumberland County afterwards partly in Northumberland and partly in Columbia Counties, but partly in Coal Township, Northumberland County, and partly in Roaring Creek Township, Montour County, Pennsylvania. 1 map, 20 pages There is also a 4-page section titled "Searches" which contain Certificates of Judgments & Mortgage Searches against the late and former owners of the foregoing¿Tracts of Land in the Counties in which said tracts lie¿. In addition there is an appendix of 7 pages, which contains the Articles of Agreement that is referred to in "Note No. 2" of this volume [Articles of Agreement and Association for the Asylum Company]. The William Lane tract passed from Lane to Dr. Thomas Ruston to John Nicholson. Nicholson was partners with Robert Morris in the "Asylum Company," a company which purchased thousands of acres of land in Pennsylvania in the hopes of profits in resettling the French exiles and refugees during the French Revolution. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cedrus Deodara, A Grove at Nachar near the Waterfall, from a drawing by the late Lady Canning (Himalayan Cedar)

      Edinburgh & London 1867 - Hand-coloured lithograph. Sheet size: 21 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches. A very fine plate from Ravenscroft's 'The Pinetum Britannicum. A Descriptive Account of Hardy Coniferous Trees' Ravenscroft's work is the third (in order of publication) of the three great coniferous iconographies of the nineteenth century, following Bedford and Lambert. The very fine plates fall into two categories: botanical studies of details of the needles and fruit of the individual trees, and landscape studies of examples of individual trees in their natural habitat. This plate is an outstanding example of the latter group, here drawn from a drawing by William Richardson and lithographed by F. Schenck. Cf. Nissen BBI 1588; cf. Great Flower Books (1990) p.127; cf. Stafleu & Cowan 8685.

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        Paris 1867

      Librairie du Petit Journal 1867 - - Librairie du Petit Journal, Paris 1867, 107,5x71cm, une feuille repliée. - Edition originale. Plan de Paris divisé en 20 arrondissements, lesquels furent créés en 1859. Bel exemplaire avec les vingt quartiers entièrement aquarellés à l'époque. Carte habilement consolidée aux pliures du verso. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Paris, Morel, 1867. In folio p. (mm. 388x287), 4 voll., mz. marocchino coevo, dorso a cordoni con filetti e tit. oro (lievi abras.), tagli sup. dorati, pp. compl. 374, con 228 figg. inc. su legno nel t.; opera molto ben illustrata da 295 tavv. architettoniche f.t., disegnate e inc. in rame dal Sauvageot. Bella edizione d'arte in cui vengono descritti e raffigurati 27 importanti edifici di: Arcueil, Beaumesnil, Bussy-Rabutin, Dijon, Orleans, Sully, Montescot, etc. Il primo vol. con 4 carte fiorite e arross., altrim. solo qualche fiorit. sparsa: di certo un buon esemplare.

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        Zimmermann's malerische Reisen nach den Inseln des indischen und stillen Meeres. Ein Natur- und Zonen-Gemälde für die reifere Jugend bearbeitet von Carl Zastrow. 2 Bände

      . Wartig, Leipzig, 1867. 404 S./456 S. mit 2 lithogr. colorierten Frontispiz-Tafeln und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten, original Halbleder/Halbfranzbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel (etwas berieben). - gute Exemplare -

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        The CHARLES DICKENS DINNER. An AUTHENTIC RECORD Of The PUBLIC BANQUET GIVEN To MR. CHARLES DICKENS at the Freemason's Hall, London, on Saturday, November 2, 1867, Prior to His Departure for the United States. With a Report of Speeches from Special Shorthand Notes

      London / Boston:: Chapman and Hall / Tichnor and Field,. 1867.. 8vo. 21.5 cm x 13.5 cm. 1st edition (Eckel, p. 236; Gimbel B-296; Kitton 22). 32 pp.. Original printed wrappers, sewn.. Soiling to wrappers. Faint vertical fold-line. A VG+ copy.. A banquet with a "List made up almost entirely of Representative Men. It comprised within it upwards of one hundred celebrities." [from the Preface by Charles Kent]. Pamphlet records speeches by Dickens, Lytton [acting as Chairman], Russell, Anthony Trollope et al. Rear wrapper of this copy addressed, in blue ink, & stamped in what some have said is Dickens' hand - while of some resemblance, personally, I could not so attest.

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        Autograph Letter Signed to [Edward Rogers], 2 pages 16mo on very thin black-edged paper with blank leaf, Chelsea, 11 February 1868. With a transcription in a more legible hand.

      - Thanking him for the gift of Some Account of the Life and Opinions of a Fifth-Monarchy-Man (London, Longmans, Green etc. 1867). Teh Fifth Monarchists were a group of Christians at the time of the English Civil War and Commonwealth who held the belief that a Fifth Monarchy or Empire would arise following those of Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome, founding their idea on the dream of Nebuchandessar in Daniel II of the Old Testament.'I received your Fifth-Monarchy-Man and have gone over that curious record of his earthly Pilgrimage, enveloped (as all men's is) in strange clouds and hallucinations! He is not discreditable to you as an ancestor. . what I most admired in that "Interview" and throughout, was the almost incredible patience of O[liver] C[romwell] Protector (and Governor) of England with him and the like of him, in those perilous conditions of the Commonwealth. The book will be an ornament to my small Puritan collection .'

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        Le Bois de Vincennes

      A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie/Librarie Internationale, Paris, 1867. Very good. 12 x 9 inches, cloth with gold stamping, rubbed at top and bottom of spine, 71 pages plus map, [2] pages table of contents, [2] pages of advertisements and 25 mounted albumen photographs, photographs range in size from 3 x 4 inches to 5 x 7 inches, the majority of images are mounted on thin boards with letterpress description, several photographs are mounted on text pages, several images show overall fading but most have rich tonality. An interesting survey of the various public functions of the park in the mid-19th century. Photographs by Ildefonse Rousset.

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      Librería de Alfonso Durán - Imprenta de T. Fortanet, Madrid 1867 - 1ª edición en castellano de una novela de Verne. Los Viajes Extraordinarios. Une première édition chez l'Espagnol d'un roman de l'auteur. The first edition in Spanish of a book of the author. Encuadernación original en holandesa con lomo en piel. Des couvertures originales. Original covers. Trad. de Federico de la Vega. Dos pequeños sellos en interior. Buen estado, en general. Solicite fotografías. Dans un bon état, en général. Sollicitez des photographies. Good condition, in general. Request photographies. ANTES DE HACER EL PEDIDO, DEBE INFORMARSE ACERCA DE LOS GASTOS DE ENVÍO HACIENDO CLIC EN EL ENLACE QUE ACOMPAÑA A ESTA FICHA, YA QUE ÉSTOS VARÍAN EN FUNCIÓN DEL PESO DE LOS LIBROS, LA MODALIDAD DE ENVÍO (ORDINARIO, CERTIFICADO O MENSAJERÍA), EL DESTINO Y LA FORMA DE PAGO (TARJETA, TRANSFERENCIA O CONTRA REEMBOLSO). Size: 428 Pp. 17,5x12 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Monographie de L`Hotel-de-Ville de Lyon. Restaure sous l`administration de MM. Vaisse et Chevreau, Senateurs.,

      Paris, Morel 1867. - 2°. 2 Bll., 75 S. Mit mehreren Textill., 2 Bll. und 76 Taf. (dav. 14 in Chromolithographie und 62 in Stahlstich. HLdr. d. Zt. m. Rückensch. Einbd. bestoßen. Bis auf wenige Stock- bzw. Staubflecken, sauberes Exemplar. Desjardins war Chefarchitekt der Stadt Lyon, Mitglied der Ehrenlegion. Gewicht in Gramm: 6000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Südwest-Deutschland bis zu den Alpen mit Theilen angrenzender Länder. In 25 Blättern und einem Übersichtsblatt. Gefertigt im topographischen Bureau des königlich bayerischen Generalquartiermeister Stabes. Im Maass 1:250,000.

      o. O., Königl. bayer. Generalquartiermeister Stab, 1867 - 26 auf Lwd. aufgezogene, 4-blättrige Faltkarten (geöffnet 30.5 x 48.5 cm), Lose Faltkarten in priv. Lwd.-Schuber., Schuber etw. lichtrandig u. berieben, Kartenränder etw. gebräunt, vereinzelt min. stockfl.; die Karten verso m. Schildchen u. darauf handschriftl. nummeriert. 1900 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Shakespeare's dramatische Werke. Nach der Uebersetzung von August Wilhelm Schlegel und Ludwig Tieck. 12 Bände. Berlin, Reimer 1867-1871. 8° (20,5 x 13,5 cm). Zusammen 5.370 S. Halbleder d. Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und goldgeprägter Rückenverzierung.

      Berlin: Reimer, 1867-1871. Im Rand durchgehend mild gebräunt. - Von der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft anläßlich der silbernen Hochzeit des Großherzogs von Sachsen-Weimar herausgegebene Prachtausgabe der Werke Shakespeares in der wunderbaren Übersetzung von Schlegel und Tieck..

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        Historia de L. M. N. Y. M. L. Ciudad de Ronda.

      - Ronda, Establecimiento Tipog. del autor, 1867, 21,5 x 15,5 cm., hol. piel, retrato + 858 págs. + 3 h. + 10 láminas. ANDALUCÍA MÁLAGA

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        The Brooklyn Water Works and Sewers. A descriptive Memoir

      D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., New York 1867 - Modern quarter morocco leather with five raised bands, with gilt rulling, toolwork and lettering. Original pebbled grey cloth boards with blind stamped decorated Victorian border. Gilt medallion on the front cover. New endsheets. Signed by the head engineer and head author of the book, J. P. Kirkwood and presented to Col. Henry Flad, on the page on the front flyleaf. James Pugh Kirkwood, civil engineer, born in Edinburgh, Scotland, 27 March, 1807; died in Brooklyn, New York, 22 April, 1877. Kirkwood eventually he travelled to St. Louis in 1850 and became the chief engineer for Pacific Railroad. Shortly thereafter, he was appointed chief engineer of the St. Louis Water Division. During this time, he met and worked closely with Colonel Henry Flad. Kirkwood moved to New York in 1867 and helped to write this work. Col. Flad fought for the Union in the civil war. He worked with Kirkwood in St. Louis on a number of projects. After Kirkwood left for New York, Col. Flad stayed and continued to work to improve St. Louis. There are 60 lithographic plates. The book is an engineering history of the waterworks project for Brooklyn. More than 35 miles of piping are original to Kirkwood and this book is an essential resource describing and giving detailed drawing of these pipes, fittings, etc. The land profiles, maps, sections, conduit, mechanical pumps, Greek revival architecture and appointments of the buildings and engineering infra-structure for the project are all illustrated. Exceptional gift for the proud Brooklyn Civil Engineer. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sequoia Wellingtonia. Mariposa Grove, South California

      London & Edinburgh, 1867. Hand-coloured lithograph. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling and minor foxing. Sheet size: 22 x 16 1/2 inches. A very fine plate from Ravenscroft's 'The Pinetum Britannicum. A Descriptive Account of Hardy Coniferous Trees' Ravenscroft's work is the third (in order of publication) of the three great coniferous iconographies of the nineteenth century, following Bedford and Lambert. The very fine plates fall into two categories: botanical studies of details of the needles and fruit of the individual trees, and landscape studies of examples of individual trees in their natural habitat. This plate is an outstanding example of the former group, here lithographed by W.H. Schenk. Cf. Nissen, BBI, 1588; cf. Great Flower Books (1990), p. 127; cf. Stafleu & Cowan 8685.

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        The Great Sea Horse

      Small 4to. Faux full vellum with gilt lettering and elaborate pictorial giltstamping. xii, 251pp. Top edge gilt. Tipped-in color frontispiece with tissue guard with printed caption, 23 full-page color plates (as called for) also with tissue guards with printed captions, pictorial endpapers. Very good. Scarce and lovely first edition of this author's first children's book -- the edition on handmade paper limited to 300 numbered copies (this #96). "The Great Sea Horse" is very reminiscent of Charles Kingsley's children's novel "The Water-Babies, A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby," and its superb color plates by illustrator John Elliott remind one of Jessie Willcox Smith's "Water-Babies" illustrations -- Anderson notes in her preface "the fantastic water fairies with real shells, curious fish, and birds of the ocean...." This unique copy came from the personal collection of famed Boston bookseller Charles E. Goodspeed (1867-1950). Goodspeed had a second home in Boca Grande, Florida, and gave a small number of books (including this one) to the local library there, the Johann Fust Community Library whose bookplate appears on the front pastedown. Better yet, this copy was the personal copy of author Isabel Weld Perkins Anderson (1867-1948), the Boston heiress and author, wife of noted diplomat Larz Anderson (1866-1937). Her estate in Brookline, Massachusetts, was a castle known as Weld Estate, and was horticulturally significant because of its lush extensive gardens (now the Larz Anderson Park). Her "Library of Isabel and Larz Anderson" Weld bookplate graves the front pastedown, and a small typed note on the front flyleaf (likely placed there by Goodspeed) notes, "This copy belongs on Globe Table in Living Room at Weld House Brookline." A choice association copy, being the author's personal copy of her own book, thence to the private collection of Boston's most famous bibliopole. Accompanied by two booklets: First, a lovely third printing of the scarce booklet, "Bibliography of the Works of ISABEL ANDERSON LL.D., Litt.D. (Mrs. Larz Anderson)," a 16mo 12pp leaflet in dust jacket published in 1935 by C.A.A. Parker of Medford, Massachusetts. Near fine in very good jacket. And secondly, "A Biographical Sketch of LARZ ANDERSON (New York: James T. White & Co., 1914), a 16mo 4pp booklet in stiff brown wrappers. Near fine. both of these are also Charles Goodspeed's copies, with the bookplate of the Johann Fust Community Library of Boca Grande, Florida on inside front wrapper.

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        Works of Charles Dickens (54 Volumes)

      Cambridge, England: Riverside Press, 1867-1870. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Produced in an edition of 100 copies for subscribers only, the sets were not numbered. 8vo. Red cloth covered boards with paper label titles affixed to each spine. Light wear and scuffing overall, minor losses to cloth at head of some volumes. Highly illustrated with proof impressions from designs by Darley, Gilbert, Cruikshank, Phiz, etc. This set is missing Volume 55, "Edwin Drood," the last volume published in 1871 following Dickens' death. We are happy to send a list of individual titles and photographs upon request.

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        Icones selectæ hymenomycetum nondum delineatorum. Sub auspiciis regiæ Academiæ scientiarum Holmiensis. I-II. Stockholm and Uppsala, 1867-84. Folio. 10,15-116,(2) pp. & 100 lithographed plates in colour + portrait,(4),VII,(1 blank),100,(2),101-104 pp. & 100 lithographed plates in colour.

      1867 - Two volumes in nice contemporary half calf with gilt spines and red labels. Spines with superficial cracks and a few stains and rubbings. One upper joint with a crack at the bottom. Textblock fine, plates in an uncommonly clean state. Bookplate of Carl Jedvard Bonde. From the Ericsberg library in Sweden. Pages 11-14 in part I are missing. Krok Bibliotheca botanica suecana 131. Printed in 200 copies. Plates partly varnished to achieve colours as lifelike as possible. Among the contributing artists were P. Åkerlund, E. Pettersson, R. Haglund, E. Pettersson, A. G. Hafström, von Post, Sanna Fries, Lignell och A. F. Carlsson. Part I was published by Elias Fries and part II by his sons Thore Magnus och Robert Fries, after their father's death in 1878. The magnificent work describes and depicts species of fungi which had previously been overlooked or never depicted. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office for the Year 1866, with map of the United States and Territories

      Washington, G.P.O, 1867-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Octavo. 43p, tables, folding map. Bound in publishers green cloth. Gilt lettering on front cover. Minimal shelfwear. Owners name of A.W. Hoyt on inside board. Faint foxing to inside boards and prelims. Clean, unmarked pages. Map is 54.5 in x 28.25 in. with contemporary hand-colored outling to boarding. 2 small tears at the left margin of map, where the map is pasted to the inside board. 2 small holes at corners. The General Land Office (GLO) was an independent agency of the United States government responsible for public domain lands in the United States. It was created in 1812 to take over functions previously conducted by the United States Department of the Treasury. In 1849, it was placed in the Department of the Interior, and later merged with the United States Grazing Service to become the Bureau of Land Management on July 16, 1946. The GLO oversaw the surveying, platting and sale of the public lands in the Western United States and administered the Homestead Act and the Preemption Act in disposal of public lands. The frantic pace of Public Land sales in the 19th century American west led to the idiomatic expression "Land Office business", meaning a thriving or high-volume trade. The year of 1866 was the first year of The Southern Homestead Act. It is a United States federal law enacted to break a cycle of debt during the Reconstruction following the American Civil War. Prior to this act, blacks and whites alike were having trouble buying land. Sharecropping and tenant farming had become ways of life. This act attempted to solve this by selling land at low prices so that southerners could buy it. Many people, however, could still not participate because the low prices were still too high. The Southern Homestead Act opened up 46,398,544.87 acres (about 46 million acres or 190,000 km²) of public land for sale in the Southern states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi. The land was initially in parcels of 80-acre (0.32 km2) (half-quarter section) until June 1868, and thereafter parcels of 160-acre (0.65 km2) (quarter section), and homesteaders were required to occupy and improve the land for five years before acquiring full ownership. Ultimately, before too much land was distributed, the law was repealed in June 1876. Nevertheless, free Blacks entered about 6,500 claims to homesteads, and about 1,000 of these eventually resulted in property certificates. The map accompanying shows the surveyed land in the states effected along with Midwestern states and the Pacific. Also shown were the known mineral deposits in America at the time, which led to the upcoming Indian Wars of the 1870s.

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        Histoire générale de l'Eglise depuis la création jusqu'a nos jours.

      Paris, Louis Vivès. - 1867 - 1886. 40 volumes. Half leather (first 20 volumes green half leather and last 20 volumes brown half leather) Together over 25.000 pages; 22 cm. Text in French - (sl. worn, sl. browned, few pages loose, monastic library markings) Although still good/ very good set, see image. 35000g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cedrus Deodara, at Nachar from a drawing by the late Lady Canning (Himalyan Cedar)

      Edinburgh & London, 1867. Hand-coloured lithograph. Sheet size: 21 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches. A very fine plate from Ravenscroft's 'The Pinetum Britannicum. A Descriptive Account of Hardy Coniferous Trees' Ravenscroft's work is the third (in order of publication) of the three great coniferous iconographies of the nineteenth century, following Bedford and Lambert. The very fine plates fall into two categories: botanical studies of details of the needles and fruit of the individual trees, and landscape studies of examples of individual trees in their natural habitat. This plate is an outstanding example of the latter group, here drawn from a drawing by William Richardson and lithographed by F. Schenck. Cf. Nissen BBI 1588; cf. Great Flower Books (1990) p.127; cf. Stafleu & Cowan 8685.

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        Charge of the Lord Chief Justice of England to the Grand Jury at the Central Criminal Court in the Case of the Queen against Nelson and Brand

      London: William Ridgway, 1867. Octavo, 166 pp., a little gentle foxing yet a nice copy in publisher's gilt lettered cloth. Court martial of George William Gordon in the Jamaica uprising. Second edition. Details legal proceedings brought against Colonel Nelson and Lieutenant Brand for their role in the court martial trial, and subsequent execution, of George William Gordon during the Jamaican uprising of 1865. Nelson and Brand acted under instruction from the Governor of Jamaica, Edward John Eyre, who was curtly recalled to England and censured for his handling of the matter.

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        Das Kapital

      Hamburg: Otto Meissner, , 1867. Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Erster Band. Buch I: Der Produktionsprocess des Kapitals. Octavo (212 × 133 mm). Contemporary German binding for the office of the Oberbergamt of Halle of marbled paper boards, paper spine label lettered gilt and two library shelf labels to the spine. Stamp of the K. Oberbergamts Library, Halle to the title page, shelf mark in ink to the front free endpaper. Joints professionally restored, board extremities and corners worn, internally a very clean copy. Rare first edition of the first volume of Das Kapital, the only one to appear in Marx's lifetime; one of 1,000 copies printed. Two further volumes were published from his manuscripts by Engels, in 1885 and 1894 respectively. The first volume of Das Kapital was published on 14 September 1867 in Hamburg, issued in printed wrappers. "Marx himself modestly described Das Kapital as a continuation of his Zur Kritik de politischen Oekonomie, 1859. It was in fact the summation of his quarter of a century's economic studies, mostly in the Reading Room of the British Museum. The Athenaeum reviewer of the first English translation (1887) later wrote: 'Under the guise of a critical analysis of capital, Karl Marx's work is principally a polemic against capitalists and the capitalist mode of production, and it is this polemical tone which is its chief charm'. The historical-polemical passages, with their formidable documentation from British official sources, have remained memorable; and, as Marx (a chronic furunculosis victim) wrote to Engels while the volume was still in the press, 'I hope the bourgeoisie will remember my carbuncles all the rest of their lives' ..." "By an odd quirk of history the first foreign translation of Das Kapital to appear was the Russian, which Petersburgers found in their bookshops early in April 1872. Giving his imprimatur, the censor, one Skuratov, had written 'few people in Russia will read it, and still fewer will understand it'. He was wrong: the edition sold out quickly; and in 1880 Marx was writing to his friend F. A. Sorge that 'our success is still greater in Russia, where Kapital is read and appreciated more than anywhere else'" (PMM). "The history of the twentieth century is Marx's legacy. Stalin, Mao, Che, Castro?"the icons and monsters of the modern age have all presented themselves as his heirs. Whether he would recognise them as such is quite another matter ... Nevertheless, within one hundred years of his death half the world's population was ruled by governments that professed Marxism to be their guiding faith. His ideas have transformed the study of economics, history, geography, sociology and literature. Not since Jesus Christ has an obscure pauper inspired such global devotion?"or been so calamitously misinterpreted" (Francis Wheen, in his introduction to Karl Marx, 1999).

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        Der königliche botanische Garten in München.

      München, Manz, 1867.. Mit Plänen der Gartenanlage sowie Abbildungen von Gewächshäusern und einem Aquarium. 5 gefaltete Tafeln. VII, 58 Seiten Leinwand der Zeit.. Erste Ausgabe. Nicht bei Lentner und Pfister. - Max Kolb war seit 1860 Leiter des Botanischen Gartens in München und veröffentlichte 1877 die "Theorie des Gartenbaus". Seine Ausbildung erhielt er an den botanischen Gärten von Berlin und Potsdam, außerdem wirkte er an der Gestaltung des Bois de Boulogne mit. - Einband etwas lichtrandig.

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        May and September: A Novel / by the Hon. F. Walpole [complete in 3 volumes]

      London : Richard Bentley, 1867, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionGood copies in the original gilt-blocked, green cloth. Blind-tooled borders to panels. Library marks remain, including circulating library stamps. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat worn and dulled as with use and age. Some staining to boards. Bumped corners. Spines cocked. Front hinges starting. Scattered foxing throughout. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Provenance: Mark's Circulating Library, Stourbridge. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; Description: 3v. ; 21cm. Genre: English Fiction -- 19th century -- Novel -- Romantic fiction. Biographical note: The Hon. Frederick Walpole was born in 1822, the younger son of Horatio Walpole (1783-1858), the 3rd Earl of Orford, and Mary Fawkener. Aside from a number of works based on his travels, Walpole wrote one novel, the love story May and September.

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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 Onderwyzinge in de Christelyke Leere, die in de Nederlantsche Gereformeerde Kerken ende Scholen geleerd werd.

      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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        Plato : And the Companions of Sokrates [COMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES]

      John Murray, U.K, 1867. Second Edition. Leather Binding. Very Good/No Jacket. COMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES. PLEASE EMAIL FOR SHIPPING RATES NET WEIGHT 3190 GRAMS, PLEASE NOTE WILL NOT BE SHIPPED OUTSIDE THE UK WITHOUT ADDITIONAL POSTAGE. ix, 564, xxviii, 620, xxiii, 602 pages, size 8.5 inches tall by 5.25 inches. Books - Rebound in tree calf, with blind decorated, black and red labelled to spines, gild decorated bordering to boards, brown marbled endpapers and all page edges coloured brown. Slight, faint spotting to free endpapers otherwise lovely, clean, bright and tightly bound. An attractively bound copy of this desirable edition. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: History; Philosophy. Inventory No: 004374.. THIS SET OF BOOKS IS HEAVIER THAN THE AVERAGE UPON WHICH CHARGES ARE BASED AND SO WILL INCUR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES OUTSIDE THE U.K..

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        Original drawing by Abel Faivre (1867-1948) of Richter conducting

      . The conductor is depicted full length, baton in hand, at the podium. Executed in black ink, red crayon and white gouache on ivory wove paper. Signed by the artist with the initials "AF." Sheet size 377 x 295 mm. Slightly worn and soiled; unevenly trimmed at edges; remnants of adhesive to blank right margin. In very good condition overall..

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        Temple Bar Magazine. Volumes VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19), December 1862 - March 1867. John Marchmont's Legacy, Trials of the Tredgolds, The Doctor's Wife, Broken to Harness, Paid in Full, David Chantry, Sir Jasper's Tenant, Land at Last, Archie Lovell, Lady Adelaide's Oath

      London: Richard Bentley, 1867. Book. Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Contains: John Marchmont's Legacy by M. E. BRADDON. Complete serialisation. The Trials of the Tredgolds by Dutton COOK. Complete serialisation. The Doctor's Wife by M. E. BRADDON. Complete serialisation. Broken to Harness by Edmund YATES. Complete serialisation. Paid in Full by Henry J. BYRON. Complete serialisation. David Chantry by W. G. WILLS. Complete serialisation. Sir Jasper's Tenant by M. E. BRADDON. Complete serialisation. Land at Last by Edmund YATES. Complete serialisation. Archie Lovell by Mrs Annie EDWARDES. Complete serialisation. Lady's Adelaide's Oath by Mrs Henry WOOD. Complete serialisation. Gup by Florence MARRYAT. Start of serialisation. (Non-fiction. Sketches of life in India.) Also contains the last few chapters of Aurora Floyd by M. E. BRADDON and Captain Dangerous by G. A. SALA. Miscellaneous articles by Mortimer COLLINS, G. A. SALA, Eliza Lynn LINTON, Percy FITZGERALD, Edmund YATES. Thirteen volumes in original blindstamped green cloth, lettered and decorated in green on spines, yellow endpapers. Bookplates of Guildhall Library on front pastedowns, and small round stamps on prelims (no other library markings, no shelf marks on spines etc). Corners bumped, light foxing, small nicks on spine ends, front inner joint partly cracked in 3 volumes: a good set. A very heavy 13 volume set, which will require additional delivery costs. I can offer competitive rates for delivery by courier..

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        The Old Indian Chronicle; Being a Collection of Exceeding Rare Tracts Written and Published in the Time of King Philip's War

      Boston, S. A. Drake, 1867, Hardback, 1st Edition in this formUninked, impressed linstitutional mark to the title. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a gilt-blocked title. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 333 pages; Description: ix p. , 1 l. , 333 p. Fold. Map. 22 cm. Subjects: King Philip's war, 1675-1676.

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        Die Architektur der Spongiosa. (Zehnter Beitrag zur Mechanik des menschlichen Knochgerüstes) (pp.615-628, 1 lith. Tafl.).

      - Arch. Anat. Phys., 1867/5. - Leipzig, Veit et Comp., 1867, 8°, pp.547-658, 3 gefalt. lith. Taf., OBrosch. "In 1867 Georg Hermann von Meyer (1815-1892) published a paper on the architecture of spongy bone which led, indirectly, to Julius Wolff's historic studies of the relation between form and function." - David LeYey, The History of Orthopaedics, p. 299 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Admiral David D. Porter promotes the purchase of the Island of St. Thomas

      "A scarce imprint relative to William Seward's attempt to purchase the Danish Virgin Island of St. Thomas between 1865 and 1868: ""THE ISLAND OF ST. THOMAS. LETTER OF VICE-ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE."" three conjoined pages, front and verso, 8.25"" x 13"", Annapolis, November 6,1867, a transcript of Porter's report to Seward, the strategic advantages of purchasing the island concluded, ""I think St. Thomas is the keystone to the arch of the West Indies; it commands them all. It is of more importance to us than to any other nation, and if Europe was at leasure and its attention not distracted by its own complications, we would not be allowed to get the island on any terms. The chances are that we may not get it yet. The people of St. Thomas may prefer their present independent position to being mixed up with our difficulties."" Lightly toned and stained, small tear, small loss at lower left edge and punch hole at upper edge, both in blank areas, else very good condition.William Seward first began contemplating the idea of purchasing St. Thomas during the Civil War. While the majority of the islands in the West Indies sympathized with the the Confederacy, providing critical ports to blockade runners, the governor of the Danish island of St. Thomas was so friendly to the United States that Union ships could obtain special favors, serenely and openly. The Lincoln Administration was in need of a Caribbean base for refitting and processing of captured prizes, and the Danes were most likely to part with one of their possessions for a price. Seward first broached the subject with the Danish Minster in Washington in January 1865. After two years of negotiations, Denmark agreed to sell the islands of St. John and St. Thomas for $7.5 million with the condition that the islands residents be able to approve the annexation in a vote. St. Thomas was a lucrative free port and Admiral Porter, like many observers saw numerous reasons why the islanders might reject the proposal. Despite these fears, the islanders voted overwhelmingly for annexation. However the purchase was never ratified in the Senate due to the recent purchase of Alaska and the distraction over the Andrew Johnson impeachment. Ulysses S. Grant finally killed the project, pronouncing it ""'a scheme of Sewards,' and would have nothing to do with it.""Both islands (together with St. Croix) became part of the United States in 1917 in exchange for $25 million in gold. The purchase came about after an islander, David Hamilton Jackson, who campaigned against Danish mismanagement of the territory, convinced the King of Denmark government to sell the islands. "

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        The Chromolithograph. A journal of Art, Decoration and the Accomplishments.

      London: Zorn & Co., 1867-9 - 2 volumes quarto (276 × 191 mm). Contemporary black calf, bevelled boards, title gilt to spines, raised bands, gilt devices in the compartments, attractive gilt and blind panelling to boards, cream surface-paper endpapers, gilt edges. A little rubbed, joints skilfully restored, some browning of the text, and offsetting from the plates, small contemporary ink ownership stamps to endpapers and some plates, but overall a very good set. Volume I with 78 tipped-in chromolithographs; volume II with 73. First edition. Uncommon, COPAC locates sets at Oxford, Cambridge, the Universities of London and Nottingham, and the V & A; OCLC adds the Getty, the Huntington, Yale and McGill. No complete set at auction in the last 40 years, this run, in common with that V & A, lacks the last issue for 27 March 1869. A short-lived periodical, in an already short run publication was suspended from 22 February to 27 June 1868, from a short-lived publishers. Zorn & Co., for whom we can trace only one other publication, The Floral Decoration of Churches at Christmas with numerous illustrations in colours and gold, by W. G. and G. A. Audsley - who contribute an article to the present work on the art of illumination - also of 1868 and just two copies recorded, Oxford and BL. Zorn were looking for a niche in the market, aiming to place "within the reach of all classes of people an Art Journal, illustrated in colours, and in all respects of a high order of merit," and that niche was clearly not a sufficient toe-hold to maintain the business. An appealing miscellany of articles on artistic themes; exhibition reviews; artist biographies; techniques; materials, and most interestingly "illustrated lessons," with numerous plates in tinted and coloured lithography. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the Cession of Russian America to The United States

      Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. 1867. First. First edition. Tan printed wrappers. 48pp., large folding map. Old embossed library stamp and stamped number, contemporary owner's name, small chips, tears, and stains all on front wrap, a very good copy of an important speech. The map is reportedly the first to use the name "Alaska" for the ceded area. Howes S1134. .

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        Speech on the Cession of Russian America to the United States

      Congressional Globe, Washington, 1867, Original Wraps, Book Condition: Good, First Edition, Illustrated By: Lindenkohl, A.Size: 5½" by 8½", Transcript of Sumner's important speech on the new US territory of Alaska, 'Seward's Folly', describing the nature, character, and prospects of the place. Includes the scarce large folding map by Adolf Lindenkohl, apparently the first to use the name Alaska for the area. Howes S-1134. The map is the stated second edition, May, 1867; which added several details including the inset maps of the Sitka area and overview. Disbound from a collection of pamplets, edges trimmed, no loss of text; spine messy; label pasted to first page; light tanning & foxing; map delicate, torn and mended with archival tape, some browning at edges & creases. Text clean; 48 pages.

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        Plato : And the Companions of Sokrates [COMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES]

      John Murray, U.K., 1867, Leather Binding, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, Second EditionCOMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES. PLEASE EMAIL FOR SHIPPING RATES NET WEIGHT 3190 GRAMS, PLEASE NOTE WILL NOT BE SHIPPED OUTSIDE THE UK WITHOUT ADDITIONAL POSTAGE. ix, 564, xxviii, 620, xxiii, 602 pages, size 8.5 inches tall by 5.25 inches. Books - Rebound in tree calf, with blind decorated, black and red labelled to spines, gild decorated bordering to boards, brown marbled endpapers and all page edges coloured brown. Slight, faint spotting to free endpapers otherwise lovely, clean, bright and tightly bound. An attractively bound copy of this desirable edition. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: History; Philosophy. Inventory No: 004374.

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        Recherches géologiques dans les parties de la Savoie, du Piémont et de la Suisse voisines du Mont-Blanc.

      Paris, V. Masson et Fils, 1867. 4 volumes (3 text-volumes & atlas). Royal-8vo. (text) & Large-Folio (atlas). With 32 lithographed plates. Contemporary wrappers (text) & original gilt-lettered black cloth (frontcover loose; atlas). B.M.(N.H.) II, 559; Hölder 346; Zittel, p. 304: "In 1867, in a now classic description of the geology of the Mount Blanc, he (Favre) ascribed the complex fanshaped arrangement of the rocks in that mountain to the action of strong lateral pressure". A rare and important work on the geology of the Swiss Alps.

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        Official Manumission "Libertad" Document for a Black Slave Child in Cuba].

      Havana 1867 - Havana, 9 July 1867. Folio (ca. 31,5x21,5 cm). 2 pp., with an integral blank leaf. Brown ink on paper, with official notary stamps on top of rectos of both leaves. Light wear, some worming, mostly marginal but affecting a few letters at bottom; overall a very good document. An extraordinary document, signed and ratified by Havana notary public Juan Requeyra, granting freedom to a "brown-skinned girl" who "has not yet been baptized." She was to be named Maria del Carmen, and her mother a "Creole and mulattress slave Natalia" belonged to a local merchant Jose Rabell. The child's freedom was "graciously granted as a payment of her mother's good services everything will be given up, renounced and transferred as a matter of fact in her own cause in order for her to, as a free person from now onwards, do business, contract, buy and sell, appear in court, issue public deed and be able to do all that is allowed to people who freely act upon their own volition. Freedom is bound to be enforced at all times in an uncompromising and unscathed manner; by law she will remain protected along with her possessions." This document was necessary, as children born into slavery were considered to be slaves, unless, as here, were manumitted.

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        Mackinlay's Map of the Province of Nova Scotia including Island of Cape Breton

      A. & W. Mackinlay, Halifax 1867 - Size : 785x1010 (mm), 30.875x39.75 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, disected and laid on original canvas

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