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        Stevens and Bartholomew's New Zealand Directory for 1866-67: Including Wellington Auckland Dunedin Christchurch.

      G. Stevens and D.H. Bartholomew, Melbourne 1867 - pp xxxiv, 322, 73. Numerous advertisements. Includes directories for the major centres, runholders' directory, statistical information, general resources. Original blindstamped cloth is worn with edgewear and damage to back joint and spine ends. Internally good. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Imprenta del Gobierno, México 1867 - XIII + 310 pp. 16 x 23 cm. Bordes rozados. Interior en buen estado. Papel limpio. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VIVIEN [and] GUNIEVERE

      London: Edward Moxon, 1867. Minor fraying to crown and foot, one plate with gouge to outer margin, owner's embossed stamp on title page. All in all a very nice bright copy in this unusual format containing two titles from the Idylls Of The King.. First edition thus Folio (16 7/8"). Illustrated with 18 steel-engraved plates by Gustave Dore. Bound in blue pebbled cloth over beveled boards, a.e.g., the spine and upper cover with stylized titles and designs in gilt and black & The engraved plates have a depth and beauty superior to the lithographed plates.

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        The Law and Practice of Joint-Stock and Other Public Companies: Including the Statutes, with Notes, and The Forms Require in Making, Administering, and Winding Up a Company. Second Edition

      Stevens & Sons, H. Sweet, and W. Maxwell [etc.] London 1867 - Modern light grey boards, black lettered, light browning, else well preserved; no location given in OCLC with this collation of 673 pages, one in COPAC A rare edition of the work by Thring, writing upon the seminal Companies Act of 1862 which he himself had drafted, appearing the year before he became the first Parliamentary Counsel, in recognition of his superior talents as a great draftsman [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Os Chins de Macau

      1867 - The Chinese of Macau described. 1867. Hong Kong. Typographia de Noronha e Filhos. In 8vo (186 mm x 118 mm). 1 [blanks] + xi + 144 + 2 ff. + 1 [blank]. Contemporary red morocco, boards with gilt fillet, spine flat tooled and lettered in gilt, head of spine chipped, scattered wormholes. Title page with ink ownership inscription, irrelevant foxing to a few leaves, else an excellent copy. First edition. An important work on the Chinese population resident in Macau; divided into 13 chapters, it deals with the topography of the city –accompanied by a map-, the bazar, manners and costumes of the Chinese, their industry, commerce, habits, religion, and general aspects of daily life. Macao was under Portuguese control from the 16th up to the 20th century; its port was fundamental for trade in Asia and thus coveted by naval powers such as the Dutch. The inhabitants were a combination of Portuguese, African slaves, and within time, Chinese. In the 19th century, the prosperity made it an attraction pole for Chinese works seeking jobs. This set of peculiarities makes the city’s history different from the rest of China. Books printed in Hong Kong are scarce; this particular title hasn’t appeared for auction since 1986, Swann Galleries, 350 u$s. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Freer's Glen at Watkins. A Handbook for the Tourists [bound with:] WINTON, H.C.. Glen Sketches, at Havana, N.Y. [now Montour Falls], with Descriptive Poems. [bound with:] ELLS, M. Descriptive Guide Book of The Watkins Glen, (located at Watkins--head of Seneca Lake--Schuyler Co., N.Y.) and its Romantic Surroundings

      Rochester, N.Y.: Daily Democrat Printing House; Ithaca: Andrus, McChain; Syracuse, Hitchcock 7 Company;, 1867; 1868; 1871. (NEW YORK, SENECA LAKE) First editions. 12mo. [8], [13]-46 pp.; 80 pp; 58 [of 65] pp., (lacking last 4 leaves of ads); and 18 pp., respectively. Third title (Descriptive Guide Book of The Watkins Glen) illustrated with 5 MOUNTED ALBUMEN PRINTS from photographs of Watkins Glen, each with printed captIon on the mount. Nineteenth-century half green morocco and marbled boards and endpapers, marbled edges. Beautiful copy, from the library of J.B. VOORHEES of Brooklyn . A fine little collection of guides to this region, EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with an inserted advertisment for "Seneca Lake Steamers. Summer Arrangment 1869", a receipt from "Jefferson House" hotel at Watkins; and with a bound extract from Harpers magazine from June 1871, entitled "The Watkins Glen ... by Porte Crayon, Grace Greenwood and Others", with wood-engraved frontispiece (leaves folded to size) The third title, ELLS, M. Descriptive Guide Book of The Watkins Glen, with original photos, was revised and reprinted numerous times throught the next two decades -- but this first edition is EXCEEDINGLY RARE -- the only copy located through online catalogues being at Cornell

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      St. Louis Mo. ... New York: Appleton and Co. 1867-86. . 20 vols. bound in 10. [only]. Some light browning, presented by Prof. G.L. Robertson to Univ. College London with bookplates, discreet ink stamps, rebound in lib. cloth, some soiling, spines faded and chipped, joints fraying. William T. Harris (1835–1909) ‘... He founded the Journal of Speculative Philosophy in 1867, and became an important part of a small group of scholars and educators who studied the German philosopher Georg William Friedrich Hegel, a community that would become known as the St. Louis Philosophical movement ... The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, which Harris founded and edited, produced a very real contribution to philosophical discourse, highlighting the work of various important thinkers, including John Dewey, William James, Charles Pierce, Josiah Royce, G. Stanley Hall, and George S. Morris. It also featured much of Harris's most gritty philosophical essays, an output of more than 35 articles over the life of the journal ...’ Additional postage may be necessary US$1570

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        A Journey to Ashango-Land: And Further Penetration Into Equatorial Africa

      London: John Murray, 1867. xxiv, 501pp, [1], folding map. Rebound in half calf and combed marbled paper over boards, semi-raised bands, spine in six panels, morocco title label to second panel, remaining panels gilt, all edges marbled, combed marbled endpapers. Slightly rubbed to extremities, internally very lightly browned, map to rear with small repair to reverse and slightly spotted, gift inscription to reverse of front marbled endpaper. Binding is by Mudie. Du Chaillu's first book, 'Explorations and Adventures in Equatorial Africa' was widely derided as made up, however many of his observations were later confirmed, his revelation of the existence of the gorilla, regarded by some as Darwin's missing link, created a sensation in Victorian England. Complete with frontispiece, vignette to title, twenty engravings and folding map to rear. "However, Du Chaillu did return with astronomical observations that verified his previous statements and in 1867 he published 'A Journey Through Ashango Land', accompanied by a map of unique value, but his discovery of pygmies deep in the forest was received with the same incredulity as had greeted his account of gorillas" (Howgego). See Howgego IV:D32. First Edition. Half Calf and Boards. Good+. 8vo.

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        The Delaware Water Gap: Its Scenery, Its Legends, and Its Early History

      Philadelphia: Sherman & Co., Printers, 1867. (PENNSYLVANIA, DELAWARE WATER GAP) First edition. 12mo (images 3-1/2 x 3 inches). Illustrated by 9 [of 10?] vintage photographs (albumen prints) of the region, mounted to stiff card stock with printed captions in red, and tissue guards. xii, [9]-220 pp. Without the folding map found in some copies. Nineteenth-century half green morocco and marbled boards and endpapers, marbled edges. Beautiful copy, with images still quite bright, and for the most part, largely unfaded. The Truthful Lens 27; OCLC 6825848 (listing 9 plates only, and no folding map) . EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with two pieces of ephemera tipped-in: (1.) Broadside Advertisement: "The following places are worthy of attention of Visitors at the Kittantiny House, Delaware Water Gap...W.A. Brodhead & Sons, Proprietors..."; and (2) "Morris & Essex Railroad ... Summer Arrangements" 4-page schedule for the Summer, 1869 A beautiful guide to the region, and an excellent example of the photo-illustrated book of the day. Like many such books, the number of plates inserted by the publisher seems to vary: some have 9, some have 10, and no copy currently on the market notes a folding map "Illustrated with 10 photographs by Jesse A. Graves of landscape subjects of the 'places of interest.' Graves of Delaware Water Gap is typical of talented professional photographers whose work is known to have been extensive but which has survived in a limited number of book pages." - The Truthful Lens

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

      London : Richard Bentley 1867 - 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. Good 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. 1 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Paris E. Dentu 1867 - FIRST EDITION 1867, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. French text, 8vo, approximately 255 x 165 mm, 10 x 6½ inches, mounted photograph of Vidie as frontispiece, a few text illustrations, 408 pages plus 1 (Contents table), bound in contemporary half morocco, marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, raised bands with gilt rules and gilt lettering to spine, gilt top edges, marbled endpapers, silk marker. Very slight rubbing to 3 raised bands, upper corners slightly worn, frontispiece expertly reinserted on a tab, offsetting on title page, occasional slight pale foxing including on title page. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce book. Born in Nantes (France), Lucien Vidie (1805-1866) began his career as a lawyer but soon turned to engineering, particularly the design of steam engines. The study of manometers awakened his interest in barometers. In c. 1844, he built and patented an efficient aneroid barometer. The instrument, however, did not meet with immediate success in France so he turned to the English market, where he was more fortunate. Auguste Laurant the author has inscribed the half-title: "Offert a M. Emil Gautier. Aug. Laurant 17 D. 67". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Circular[s]: Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the State of New York. 1867-1922 [Eight Volumes].

      New York: [Commandery of the State of New York], 1867-1922.. 8vo. Three quarter morocco over red boards, four raised bands ruled in gilt, gilt titles; one volume matching cloth. First edition. The Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, begun in Philadelphia in 1865, was modeled on the Society of the Cincinnati, and formed to protect the republic amid rumors of a plot to destroy the government after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Among its members were Presidents Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, and William McKinley. By 1899 it had over 8000 members which included nearly every officer of note. The New York Commandery was the second formed after Pennsylvania. This collection is a nearly complete run lacking perhaps a dozen and a half meeting and other notices (out of 1194) prior to 1879, otherwise complete through 1922, ending with the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial. Contains circulars, papers, and annual meeting notices (as well as a few unnumbered items such as letters, publication advertisements, etc). The meeting notices are nearly all signed, corrected, and annotated by the New York Commandery recorders; they were then sent to the Illinois Commandery for their records. Written in hand in the early volumes, and by stamp latter on, the disposition of each person seeking membership was noted; the first volume contains additional and extensive handwritten notes and a letter explaining the rejection of a candidate by Horatio King (1811-1897) who was Postmaster General of the United States under James Buchanan and the first recorder. A later volume contains a tipped in typed and signed letter, explaining an expulsion for "conduct unbecoming of an officer." Beginning in the first volume is the appearance of the first black bordered "In Memoriam" notice, usually four pages, with a biography of the deceased. These biographies will, slowly come to make up the bulk of the circulars as the former officers passed away. A wealth of information and a very scarce collection, made irreplaceable by the annotations and corrections of the recorders. A very good set with the bookplate of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the State of Illinois on front pastedowns of most volumes, shadow of sticker on foot of most backstrips. spine ends and joints scuffed on most volumes, well bound, most circulars quite clean.

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        LA TERRE-SAINTE. Voyage dans l'Arabie Pétrée, la Judée, la Samarie, la Galilée et la Syrie. Illustrations par Karl Girardet. 2ème édition

      Alfred Mame, Tours 1867 - 4º, 576 págs., láminas grabadas al acero, capitales decoradas. Lomo piel, cuajado con adornos dorados. Gofrados en planos. Cortes dorados. Buen ejemplar. Viaje a los llamados Santos Lugares, cuna y primer escenario de la religión cristiana, iniciado en las tierras de Egipto, Arabia y las ruinas de Petra, recorriendo toda Palestina, Judea, Samaria, Galilea o Siria, siempre recogiendo tradiciones bíblicas y siguiendo los pasos de Jesucristo. Buena edición, ilustrada con bellas láminas grabadas al acero con paisajes y monumentos de las tierras recorridas. Palestina. Viajes. Palestine. Travels.

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        Routledge's Popular Natural History

      London,: Routledge,, 1867.. Small thick quarto, engravings; original green cloth, aeg, very good. With a gilt vignette of a kangaroo, and numerous Australian species.

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        The Poultry Book; [bound with] Pigeons: their Structure, Varieties, Habits, and Management

      London: George Routledge and Sons, 1867 A good to very good copy of the 1st edition of the Book of Poultry, 1867, bound with Pigeons, 1868. With stunning colour printed illustrations by Harrison Weir. In very good contemporary half leather binding with gilt compartments and red title label. Page edges and endpapers marbled. The Book of Poultry has frontispiece, decorative colour title page, further title page, and 28 colour and 16 full page black and white illustrations. 355pp including appendix. Pigeons has colour frontispiece and 15 further full page colour plates. 188pp. Numerous black and white illustrations throughout both volumes. The binding has slight wear at the top and bottom of the spine but is in very good and sound condition. Internally there is brown spotting that affects some leaves and many plate margins. It occasionally affects the plates - but these are so strongly coloured that it is not particularly noticeable unless the birds are set against a light background. Some plates have tissue guards but these are generally detached and ragged. Where there are no guards there is offsetting to text pages and there is occasional offsetting from the black and white plates. The plate of 'Spanish' has been rebound in to the Poultry volume. Pigeons has a damp stain affecting the top left corner of the frontispiece; page 35 has a little paper missing from the margin not affecting text; the almond tumbler and runts plates have a dampstain affecting the top left corner; magpies has a damp stain affecting the upper right corner. The last few leaves of Pigeons have some browning. The rear endpaper has a little white marking and is splitting although the book is sound.

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        The Last Chronicle of Barset [Signed]

      London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1867. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. An about Very Good copy of the first edition of this famous Trollope novel, rebound in three-quarter green leather and marbled boards, with the endpapers marbled to match and the leather lined at the interior edge with gilt, all edges of the closed page block are gilded as well. The buttressed spine is decorated in gilt with the title set forth on an applied leather label. The title label to each volume is lacking but the lettering remains evident. Each Volume has rubbing through at the board corners and bottoms as well as cracking to the joints -- but holding internally by the hinges. Trollope's signature on a small piece of paper has been applied from to Volume I's front free endpaper and reads "with pleasure / Anthony Trollope / __ Sept. __, 18__". The Last Chronicle of Barset is the sixth and last of Trollope's famed Barsetshire Novels and the novel of which in his Autobiography he stated "I regard this as the best novel I have written. I was never quite satisfied with the development of the plot, which consisted in the loss of a cheque, of a charge made against a clergyman for stealing it, and of absolute uncertainty on the part of the clergyman himself as to the manner in which the cheque found its way into his hands." An about Very Good copy WITH ANTHONY TROLLOPE'S SIGNATURE.

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        Billigheim: Beitrag zur Geschichte der Pfalz,

      Kaußler,Landau, 1867 - 85 S. Originalausgabe 1867, nachträglich mit kartoniertem Einband versehen,alles sauber gut erhalten. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550

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        Reineke Fuchs.

      Stuttgart: Cotta [1867]. With engraved titlepage and 36 plates with drawings by Wilhelm von Kaulbach, engraved by R. Rahn & A. Schleich. Fol. 257 p. Nice contp. full red leather with all edges gilt and richly decorated with gold and blindtoolings on spine and boards.. Nice book with beautiful steelengravings

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        Voyage dans les deux Amériques. Nouvelle édition revue et corrigée

      Paris; Furne, Jouvet et Cie, 1867. hardback, 4to, iv,615pp, 2 large coloured folding maps, 27 plates (1 folding), - some foxing (mainly on tissue guards and on half-title page, otherwise slight), page edges browning, otherwise clean and tight, no inscriptions, marbled endpapers, black half-leather, 4 raised bands, scuffed at base of spine, Very Good condition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        19th century autograph album O. T. Brown while at Eastman Business College graduating in 1867

      Poughkeepsie, NY: Brown, O.T., 1867. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 4" x 6 ", original blind stamped full morocco, front cover lettered in gilt, all edges gilt. Rebacked with new leather spine. Very good inside and out.& Autograph album of O.T. Brown of Poughkeepsie, New York. Largely a collection of autographs of friends and acquaintances. & There are about 130 signatures of fellow student of O. T. Brown and many with thoughtful notes and comments. Beautiful examples of calligraphy in virtually all the signatures!, Interspersed with approximately 24 very attractive and skillfully executed calligraphic drawings of birds, feathers, angels and other decorative flourishes., Also included is an 1875 pamphlet from the Eastman Business College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. O.T. Brown was a student who attended Eastman National Business College (ENBC) from 1865-1866, originally from Milford, PA. & Beautiful signatures-calligraphy seem to be more standard in autograph book at ENBC. Penmanship was an important subject taught at this school (using the Spencerian method). & Eastman National Business College, Poughkeepsie, New York 1859 Founded by Harvey Gridley Eastman; five years earlier he opened a school in St. Louis; at it's height, the school in Poughkeepsie occupied five buildings, enrolled 1,600 students and employed 60 instructors

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1867. With forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel. Octavo. Recent burgundy morocco, Alice motif centre tool to spine in compartments separated by raised bands, single rule to boards, plain green endpapers, gilt edges. Illustrated by John Tenniel. Inscription and ownership stamp to half-title, the occasional light blemish, an excellent copy in a handsome binding. Sixth thousand.

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        Stenograficzne Sprawozdania galicyjskiego Sejmu krajowego w drugim peryodzie [Paliamentary transcripts from the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria. Language: Polish]

      [Galicia : National Parliament] 1867 - Two collections of 19th century transcripts from the Galician Parliament. Each collection includes an index. Contents: [1] February 1867, 170p continuously paginated through 8 parts, with separate title pages, 30cm. [2] August 1868, 422p. continuously paginated through 20 parts, with separate title pages, 30cm. Subjects: Galicia (Eastern Europe) -- Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria -- Habsburg Monarchy -- Austrian Empire -- Parliamentary papers. Ukraine -- Poland -- History -- Politics and government. Language: Polish. A collection of parliamentary papers in varying condition from fair to good. Unread copies with unopened pages. Generally edge-nicked and dust-dulled, with a small number considerably edge-torn. Dust-toning and marginal foxing throughout. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 1 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A History of the Royal Toxophilite Society, from its Institution to the Present Time

      Printed for Private Circulation Only. Near Fine. 1867. Hardcover. Near Fine condition. Bound in green cloth with the Royal Toxophilite Society : 1871 coat of arms in gilt on the front cover. Bottom corner lightly bumped. Prospective customers can always request images. We have been selling collectible books everyday for 22 years. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 125 pages .

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        On the dental characters of genera and species, chiefly of fishes, from the low main seam and shales of coal, Northumberland

      London: Wyman & Sons, 1867. Presentation Copy with Autograph Letter SignedOwen, Richard (1804-92). On the dental characters of genera and species, chiefly of fishes, from the low main seam and shales of coal, Northumberland. Offprint from Transactions of the Odontological Society of Great Britain. 8vo. 72pp. 15 chromolithographed plates. London: Wyman & Sons, 1867. 211 x 137 mm. 19th century cloth, a little shaken, minor wear at spinal extremities, handwritten paper spine label (a little chipped). Presentation copy, with 2-page A.L.s. from Owen to the recipient John Ward, dated 19 May 1868, tipped in at the front; Ward's signature (dated May 1868) and note "Presented by Professor Owen" on the title. Sheet of notes in pencil in an unidentified hand laid in. First Separate Edition of Owen's brief monograph on fossil teeth, originally intended for inclusion in a second edition of Owen's Odontography, which, however, was never published. The work is iIllustrated with 15 colored plates showing cross-sections and microscopic views; Owen had been among the first to take advantage of recent improvements in microscopy to study the structure of fossil teeth. Owen presented this copy to John Ward, a collector of fossils who contributed specimens to the British Museum; see The History of the Collections Contained in the Natural History Departments of the British Museum (1904), p. 235. Owen's letter to Ward reads as follows:I am obliged by your friendly information relative to Rhizodus & other coal-fossils, & have pleasure in forwarding you a copy of the Paper you desire to have. Tell Mr. Garner with my kind regards, that "Part VI" will be forwarded to him, and that parts VII & VIII, now in Press, will complete the Work: although the Materials have grown on my hands to fill two or more such volumes. Believe me, truly yours, Richard Owen.[postscript] I could not, just at present, devote time to describe your Fossils-I may tell you when I am at leisure to take them in hand."Rhizodus" refers to an extinct group of predatory lobe-finned fishes. We have not been able to identify the publication Owen mentions. B.M. (Nat. Hist.), p. 1491. Owen, Life, II, p. 369. Rukpe, Richard Owen, pp. 113-15.

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        Quatre Ans De Campagnes a L'Armee Du Potomac - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      Paris [Etc. ] : Librairie Internationale, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven Et Cie 1867 - Subject: United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Regimental histories - Army of the Potomac - Campaigns. Assoc. Reference; Larner 2353. Full contemporary aniline calf, very good. Raised bands with the title and publisher's device blocked direct. Minor, generalized wear only. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 2 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Quatre Ans De Campagnes a L'Armee Du Potomac - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      "Paris [Etc. ] : Librairie Internationale, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven Et Cie" "Paris [Etc. ] : Librairie Internationale, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven Et Cie", 1867. 1st Edition. "Subject: United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Regimental histories - Army of the Potomac - Campaigns. Assoc. Reference; Larner 2353." "Full contemporary aniline calf, very good. Raised bands with the title and publisher's device blocked direct. Minor, generalized wear only. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. "

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

      London : Richard Bentley 1867 - 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. Good 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. 1 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Cronica general España. Leon y Zamora. 2 Tomos en un Volúmen

      Rubio, Grilo y Vitturi, Madrid 1867 - holandesa tela grabados. . 172 págs.

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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

      Cotta,, Stuttgart 1867 - pp.xvi,515, Complete with all illustrations 19 maps and plates. This is a very nice clean copy of this rare work, in original cloth. Copies such as this one, with both folding maps present are rare, and the book also contains 7 chromolithographs amongst its plates. The author made much contact with the Maoris whilst on his scientific expeditions. Also the book has a good section on Maori. NZNB 2627 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Charles Dickens Dinner: An Authentic Record of The Public Banquet Given to Mr. Charles Dickens at the Freemasons' Hall, London, On Saturday, November 2, 1867, Prior to His Departure for the United States with a Report of the Speeches from Shorthand Notes

      London and Boston: Chapman and Hall; Ticknor and Field, 1867. First edition. A Very Good example of this noteworthy piece of Charles Dickens ephemera, being the record of a dinner given him prior to his departure for America where he was to give his farewell American reading tour --- Dickens and his wife had previously visited the United States in 1842 --- which American Tour was then followed by a series of Farewell Readings in England, Scotland, and Ireland during 1868 and 1869. The Freemasons' Hall Banquet memorialized in the Pamphlet here offered featured over 100 prominent persons of the day and included speeches by Lord Lytton, the Dinner's Chairman, Anthony Trollope, and others. This is a Very Good example of this uncommon item in the Publisher's original stitched wrappers, with some moderate edge wear, a split at the spine below the lower stitch, and some modest soiling. A noteworthy Dickens item and one connecting him with many of the great persons of the day.

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        Colton's Map of the County of Westchester

      New York: "G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co. ... 312 Broadway, New York", 1867 [but circa 1890]. Folding pocket map, roads and district boundaries printed in color. Folds into publisher's cloth, upper and lower covers stamped and lettered in black, upper cover lettered: "Colton's Road Map of Westchester County New York". 26 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches. Scarce Colton road map and an unusual variant of their 1867 map of Westchester County. This large map of Westchester County was first issued in 1867. The Coltons here reissued the map, with a new border, and with the roads and district boundaries printed in colours. See Rumsey 3163 for a prospectus on such road maps issued by the Coltons from their final 312 Broadway address.

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        THE CLAVERINGS (Superb Copy, Fine in Original Publisher's Cloth)

      London: Smith, Elder, 1867. Trollope, Anthony. THE CLAVERINGS. London: Smith, Elder, 1867. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION in Two Volumes, original publisher's bright green cloth, gilt, ornately blocked in black and gold (an example of the scarce and preferable first binding state). 8vo, all ads correct. In FINE, ORIGINAL UNTOUCHED CONDITION, rarely seen thus. Virtually unworn with only the most trivial of faults; a little light foxing can be found on the edges, on both sets of prelims as well as the title of Volume One. Michael Sadleir, Trollope's bibliographer, said of THE CLAVERINGS that "there is not a loose end, not a patch of drowsiness, not a moment of false proportion." It still stands as one of the best of Trollope's forty-seven novels and one of the famous Victorian author's high spots. This is the compelling tale of Henry Clavering's unrequited love for beautiful Julia Brabazon (who declines his pure affections for a depraved marriage with a member of the nobility which, alas, leads to her fall from grace). However, being jilted has the fortuitous result of eventually guiding Henry toward redemption and a better outcome (happy ending). In England's 1860s, men struggled for career and it was no easy task for a simple engineer (in this case) to rise in the highly rigid Victorian caste system. But Julia Brabazon got the truly raw deal, as women had only marriage as a path to getting ahead in the world and the wrong choice, as here, was the way to ruin. An interesting social document as well as a fascinating novel. Sadleir, Trollope, p. 27. Wolff 6771. Stunning copy of the first edition, first binding. A better copy would be difficult to find... First Edition. Fine. Illus. by M. Ellen Edwards.

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        Handbuch der analytischen Chemie. Sechste Auflage. Nach dem Tode des Verfassers vollendet von R. Finkener. Bd. 1: Qualitative Analyse. Bd. 2: Quantitative Analyse.

      Johann Ambrosius Barth 1867-1871, Leipzig - Gr.-8vo. Mit mehreren Holzstichen als Textabb. im 2. Bd. 4 Bl., 863 S.; 3 Bl., 957 S., 1 Bl. (Stichwortverzeichnis v. alter Hd.). Etw. späteres Hldr. mit goldgeprägt. Rückentitel auf 4 unechten Bünden. Marmorschnitt. Am Rücken leicht verblaßt. Vorsätze leicht fleckig. Schöne Bände. gr.

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        Almanaque religioso, astronómico, histórico y estadístico de Segovia y su Provinciadedicado a la Diputación de la provincia para utilidad de los establecimientos de beneficencia

      - Religión Imp. D. Pedro Ondero. Segovia. 1867. 22 cm. 424 p. Encuadernación en tapa dura en piel con nervios, estampado en dorado, cortes dorados y cantos decorados. Almanaque religioso, astronómico, histórico y estadístico de Segovia y su Provincia. Impr. de P. Ondero. El autor, D. Adolfo Carrasco y Saez. Almanaques. Carrasco y Saiz del Campo, Adolfo. 1830-1906 . Cubierta deslucida. 36D [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Flyfisher's Classic Library. Bovey Tracey. - (1867) 1996 new edition. Pp520. Colour plates & b/w ills, hand marbled eps, gilt edges. Fully bound in leather, raised bands. Buckram presentation box. Mint in clamshell box. Edn ltd to 65 numbered copies with fly. De luxe limited edition of 65 copies in green goatskin with fly mounted inside front boards. Writing in 1920, Sir Herbert Maxwell says: "I have never detected any fallacy in Francis's precepts for such branches of the fisher craft as I have practised, neither have I handled any book which gives such succinct and trustworthy instruction in every form of fresh-water angling . His experience was universal, his knowledge encyclopaedic." In addition to much information on contemporary trout and fishing methods, Francis devotes more than one hundred pages to the dressing of salmon flies. The colour plates are magnificent. Although firstpublished in 1867, FFCL has chosen the text and illustrations of the most complete and revised edition of the Fifth edition of 1880 with the additions of Sir Herbert Maxwell's eight page Introduction of 1920 plus theFrancis Francis Prefaces to both the first and second editions. One of the following salmon flies tied by the brilliant Danish tyer Flemming Andersen is set in the front endpaper: The Snow Fly, The Switching Sandy, The Black Dog, The Royal, The Owenmore, The Old Blue. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BEADLE'S DIME BASE-BALL PLAYER: Comprising the Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Base-Ball Convention, Together with the Amended Rules Adopted, Rules for the Formation of Clubs, and the Constitution and By-Laws of the National Association. Also, the Base-Ball Averages for 1866

      Beadle and Company Publishers 118 William Street. New York:: Beadle and Company, Publishers, 118 William Street.. (1867).. 12mo. 6-1/8" x 3-3/4". 1st edition thus, & 6th edition overall (Johannsen BEADLE, p. 407). [3] - 96, [2] pp. 2 page advert @ rear for other Beadle publications (including the infamous "The Dead Letter"). NB. This pagination scheme matches that as given by Johannsen).. Bound in an 1870s style green cloth with gilt spine lettering (though later). Lacks wrappers.. Binding - Nr Fine. Text block - VG+ (gutter edge of title leaf with. a small, unobtrusive light brown stain carrying through, though. fainter, to the next leaf).. Chadwick generally regarded as the first 'Sports' writer in the United States; the "Rules of Baseball are largely his work..." [DAB]. This continuous series by Beadle & Chadwick, of which this is the 6th example, ran through 1881 & was first issued in 1860 [none in 1861 or 1863]; it has the distinction of being the first ever of such a nature, and gave rise to the many iterations today's fans so much enjoy, as well as laboriously study [can you say, "Fantasy Baseball"?]. All these early guides now quite rare- none of this series at auction these last 30 years, and OCLC shows but one listing [7th ed] for the 9 editions up to 1870. . Field diagram on the copyright page [which, we note, positions the umpire in front, and to the right, of the catcher].

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        Le zombi du grand Pérou ou la comtesse de cocagne.

      S.n. 1867 - - S.n., Paris _1867, 12x18,5cm, broché. - Réimpression tirée à 110 ex numérotés de la rarissime édition originale publiée en 1697, le nôtre un des 90 vergé. Texte précédé d'une notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de l'auteur. Trois petits accrocs en tête et en pied du dos, exemplaire exempt de rousseur. Rare exemplaire de ce roman colonial se déroulant aux Antilles françaises. Feux follets, fantômes et autres vampires . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 690 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Treaty Ports of China and Japan. A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of Those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao forming a Guide Book & Vade Mecum for Travellers, Merchants, and Residents in General. With 29 Maps and Plans

      London / Hong Kong.: Trubner and Co. / A. Shortrede and Co.. 1867.. 28 folding maps, one fold-out illustration "Japanese Coinage" and one page "Reference to Map of Peking" complete as called for in the Table of Contents "List of Maps etc," indices, appendices, viii+668+xlviii+[ii]+26pp, 9 x 5 1/2 inches, cloth-covered boards with leather corners and spine. Wear to extremities, front joint split, three stamps and penciled number to title page, occasional light soiling and toning to paper, overall good to very good condition. Maps: Victoria has two (archivally repaired) 5 inch splits, plus a small chip; 4 inch archivally repaired tear to the map of Peking. A fascinating and detailed study of 23 ports in China and 6 in Japan, published shortly after the major expansion in Treaty Ports effected by the Second Opium War in China (1858 -1860) and the Harris Treaty in Japan (1858). The maps include: Hongkong Island; Plan of Victoria, H.kong; Canton; Macao; Swatow; Amoy; Foochow; Formosa; Takao and Taiwanfoo; Fort Zelandia; Ningpo; Plan of Shanghai; British Settlement Shanghai; Yang-tz'Kiang; Peking; etc. The appendices include the P. & O. Steamship Companies Tables, the Messageries Imperiales Tables, the Pacific Mail Steamship Co's Tables, and Alfred Holt's Line of Steamers from Liverpool to China. .

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      1867. Good. TURGENEF, Ivan Sergheievitch. FATHERS AND SONS. A Novel. Translated from the Russian by Eugene Schuyler. New York: Leypoldt and Holt, 1867. First English language edition of the author's best known work. [1] p. adv., viii, 248 pp., + [4] pp. adv. 12mo., blue-green cloth, gilt title on spine and publisher's monogram on upper board, grey coated endpapers. A bit of wear at ends of spine and along joints; some light spotting to cloth. Internally clean. Very good.

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        Ricerche paleoetnologiche nelle Alpi Apuane.

      Subject: (Toscana - Paleoetnologia - Alpi - Fotografia originale). Pisa, Tip. Pieraccini, 1867, 8vo brossura originale con cornice tipografica alle copertine, pp. 38 con quattordici fotografie originali all'albumina in fine. Raro. (Soft Cover)

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        Herregårdar uti Södermanland. Skildrade av Olof Eneroth. Med 57 taflor, tecknade efter naturen af Fr. Richardt. Stentryck af I. W. Tegner & Kittendorff i Köpenhamn.

      Bonniers 1867-1869. Tvär 4:o. (4), 307, (3) s. Illustrerad med 56 vackra litografier + ett mycket vackert litograferat extratitelblad (Gripsholm) + 1 utvikbar karta i färg. Förlagets skinnryggsband med rikt blindpressade och guldornerade klotpärmar, guldornerad rygg och marmorerade snitt. Exlibris på klistrade försättsbladet, pärmhörnen med stöt- och skrapmärken. Det litograferade extratitelbladet samt första planschbladet med fuktfläck i nedre hörnet, inlaga och planscher i övrigt med några smärre, spridda fukt- och lagerfläckar men i huvudsak ren. Ett rätt så välhållet ex, anmärkningarna till trots

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        A Second Century of Orchidaceous Plants

      London: L. Reeve and Co., 1867. First edition. A few scattered text pages with mild foxing, the fine hand-colored plates are bright and clean (only 3 plates show the slightest hint of marginal foxing); an exceptionally bright and clean copy in near fine condition.. Pp. viii, with 100 full-page hand-colored lithographs by W. Fitch, each plate is accompanied by one or two pages of descriptive text. Publisher's original blind-stamped green pebble cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine and front cover, and with the stamped gilt seal (probably after Bateman) on the front cover, lg 4to (12.5 x 10 inches). This fine publication is completely separate work from Hooker's volume 'A Century of Orchidaceous Plants' published in 1846. The Bateman volume consists of 100 fine hand-colored plates selected from orchids published in the 'Curtis Botanical Magazine' from 1846-1866. The selected images were the most attractive and easily cultivated orchidaceous plants. The larger format of the present work allowed these fine illustrations to be published without any folds. New and/or more complete descriptions of these orchids were provided by Bateman. The fine hand-coloring this work is superior to the Curtis Botanical Magazine images. Bateman is considered the leading expert on orchids in the 19th century. He is probably best known from his truly immense work 'Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatamala.' See also Stafleu and Cowan 344, Pritzel 471 and Nissen BBI, 87. No previous ownership marks.

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        Pathologie des Tumeurs. 4 volume set

      G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Ex-lib. Royal College of Surgeons. Covers rubbed and scuffed. Some foxing Reprint Green hardback half-leather cover with marbled boards 230mm x 160mm (9" x 6"). xiii, 544pp; 552pp; 503pp; 191pp. Numerous b/w vignettes. Text in French. Published 1867, 1869, 1871 & 1876. Binding of volume four differs from the other three.

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        A Book on Angling: Being a Complete Treatise on the Art of Angling in Every Branch with Explanatory Plates, Etc

      London: Longmans, Green and Company. Very Good-; Cloth unevenly faded with some loss of surface around . edge of boards.. 1867. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo ; Publisher's pebbled maroon cloth, gilt spine title, xi, 429p., 15 plates, five hand colored. .

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