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        After the French Liberation of Italy

      [1869], [London] 1869 - Rare. This is a single leaf, with the poem dated "D.G.R. 1859" below the text. The sonnet was printed as part of the proof process for Rossetti's Poems, published in April 1870. Rossetti decided not to include the poem after all because of its erotic nature and reference to prostitution. Thus the poem was written in 1859 but not published until 1904, many years after Rossetti's death. William Michael Rossetti, in his Bibliography of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1904) considers this as a separate item of importance. There are only four copies in Worldcat (Lilly, Princeton, Texas, and Huntington). Two tiny chips on right side of page else in very good condition. Although there is no evidence with this item of its provenance, it is supposedly from the collection of William E. Fredeman, the Pre-Raphaelite bibliographer and collector.PRERAPH/120114. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop, ABAA]
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        MEDEA: A POEM; . WITH A PHOTOGRAPH FROM THE PAINTING OF "MEDEA," BY FREDERICK SANDYS

      London: Chapman & Hall 1869 - First edition, 24 x 18.5cm (4to), in publisher's ivory rib-grain cloth w/gilt decorations & title (designed by Sandys) to fr. cover, bevelled edges, a.e. red, pale blue ep.s, [i-v] vi-x, [1] 2-67 [68] pp., + tissue-guard facing half-title, & sepia albumin print of "Medea" by Sandys pasted to frontis. Printed by Joseph Causton & Sons, London. With bookseller's ticket of H. Cleaver, Bath to fr. pastedown. One of the rarest of all Pre-Raphaelite publications; only eight other copies are known. "Shortly after the appearance of 'Medea' at the Royal Academy in 1869, a slim volume was published, elegantly printed & bound, containing 'Medea: a Poem' by Alfred Bate Richards, w/a photograph of Sandys's picture as frontispiece. The gilt-stamped binding was clearly a Sandys design also" (Betty Elzea, "Frederick Sandys" [Woodbridge UK: ACC Ltd., 2001], p.185). Binding Very Good (cloth moderately soiled, & extremities sl. bumped); contents Very Good (remnants of tape repair to gutter between half-title & frontis, & lt. foxing to 1st & final few leaves). See Elzea (ibid) pp.185-86, 335 (binding repr.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leonard Roberts, Bookseller]
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        [Victorian Textiles- Lace Sample Book] "Cahier de Dentelle"

      [France], [1869]. Original brown paper covered boards, cloth spine. 80 unnumbered pages. A manuscript Victorian lace sample book entirely written in fine handwriting (fountain pen) by Marie Vachoiz and comprising 70 original samples of hand-made crocheted, knitted, and bobbin lace samples, 68 of them beautifully mounted on thick coloured paper and then tipped-in, two tipped-in directly onto the sheets (lightly ruled paper). Title page: "Chahier de Dentelle (in heavy lettering) [starting of penciled lettering] [a string of numerals ] 1869, Marie Vachoiz." The quality of the lace presented here represents a significant expertise and polish in producing handmade lace. The text details 81 different patterns in manuscript (with 70 actual samples) and at the end offers a few pages discussing the specifics of producing knitted and crochet laces. An important work in the sense of its teaching parameter, rarely found thus, with examples and copious explanations, in manuscript form, and the extent of these suggest a work perhaps made in anticipatioin of publication. The superb patterns detailed in elegant cursive include those M. Vachoiz has identified as the Spider, the Laf, Tortoiseshell, the Scale, Pyramids, Snowflake, Valencian, and many others. A superbly preserved survival, with all the examples in perfect condition. Boards somewhat worn at corners, well-preserved internally. Laid in is a fine pen and ink engraving transferred onto gold leaf paper (unknown if this was owned by the author or laid in by a subsequent owner).

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        Beitrage zur Lehre von den Functionen der Nervencentren des Frosches

      Berlin: August Hirschwald, 1869. 1st edition. Goltz, Friedrich. Beitrage zur Lehre von den Functionen der Nervencentren des Frosches.8vo. 130pp. Original printed wrappers bound in modern cloth boards. Front wrapper repaired. Dampstaing on titlepage, otherwise good. First edition. Garrison-Morton 1364: "Goltz made important observations on the decerebrate frog. He showed it to possess no volitional powers except after stimulation, no memory and no intelligence. His experiments on frogs deprived of their spinal cords showed them to have intelligence by lessened powers of coordination and adaptation."

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        Beiträge zur Lehre von den Functionen der Nervencentren des Frosches.

      - Berlin, August Hirschwald, 1869, 8°, 130 pp., 8 Holzschnitte, feiner Pappband. First Edition of a classic in physiology! - "Goltz's first book describing his ablation experiments on frogs! - Friedrich Goltz (1834-1902), a pupil of Helmholtz "made important observations on the decerebrate frog. He showed it to posess no volitional powers except after stimulation, no memory and no intelligence. His experiments on frogs deprived of their spinal cords, showed them to have intelligence but lessened powers of co-ordination and adaptation." - Garrison & Morton No.1364; - Rothschuh No.1420; - Rothschuh No.1509 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        After the French Liberation of Italy

      [London], [1869]. Very Good. Rare. This is a single leaf, with the poem dated "D.G.R. 1859" below the text. The sonnet was printed as part of the proof process for Rossetti's Poems, published in April 1870. Rossetti decided not to include the poem after all because of its erotic nature and reference to prostitution. Thus the poem was written in 1859 but not published until 1904, many years after Rossetti's death. William Michael Rossetti, in his Bibliography of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1904) considers this as a separate item of importance. There are only four copies in Worldcat (Lilly, Princeton, Texas, and Huntington). Two tiny chips on right side of page else in very good condition. Although there is no evidence with this item of its provenance, it is supposedly from the collection of William E. Fredeman, the Pre-Raphaelite bibliographer and collector. PRERAPH/120114.

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        Historia Elesiástica y Civil de Nueva Granada. Escrita sobre documentos auténticos.

      Imprenta a cargo de Foción Mantilla, Bogotá, Colombia 1869 - Tomo I de 586 páginas. Tomo II de 573 páginas y el 3er. tomo de 687 páginas. Las últimas dos páginas del índice en el 3er. tomo manuscritas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maria Sanchez]
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        NOUVELLES ODES FUNAMBULESQUES

      Alphonse Lemerre, Paris 1869 - RO40241597: 231 pages. Gravure à l'eau-forte en noir et blanc en frontispice. Bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe ornés en noir et blanc. Plats de l'ouvrage broché conservés. Titre doré sur le dos. Etiquette de code sur le dos. Tampons de bibliothèque en page de titre. Etudes lyriques (poésie). In-12 Relié. Très bon état. Couv. fraîche. Dos impeccable. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 840.08-XIX ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ATLAS CELESTE contenant plus de 100 000 Etoiles et Nébuleuses dont la position est réduite au 1er Janvier 1860, d'après les catalogues les plus exacts des Astronomes français et étrangers. Introduction par M. BABINET.

      Gauthier-Villars, Imprimeur-Libraire, De L 1869 - In-folio ( 510 X 350 mm ) de 12 pages de texte et 26 cartes, pleine percaline vert-sapin, dos lisse janséniste, titre et auteur frappés en lettres d'or au premier plat avec filets d'encadrement à froid. 26 cartes dont 3 sur double-page finement gravées. Lettres du premier plat un peu effacées, très bel exemplaire, très pur. astronomie ciel Etoiles Nébuleuses planetes [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tiré à Part]
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        Mopsa the Fairy. FIRST EDITION.

      Longmans, Green, & Co. 1869 Front. + 7 plates by Jessie MacGregor, Alfred W. Hunt & W. Eden; sl. spotting, leading blank torn at upper corner & laid down on verso of leading f.e.p. Contemp. half calf, gilt spine, red morocco label; rubbed. Signed 'Albert Foot, June 1879'.The extremely scarce first edition of Ingelow's haunting tale for children. Jean Ingelow, 1820-97, friend of Ruskin, Longfellow, Tennyson & Christina Rossetti, and a candidate for the role of poet laureate after Tennyson's death.

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

      7 November 1869, Cambridge - A 3-1/2-page AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED on an 8-3/4" x 7" sheet of paper, folded once, to "My Dear Mrs. Lawrence" on his stay in Florence. In part: "Friday is certainly an unlucky day; for on Friday I called at your hotel and was so unfortunate as not to find you. I saw more than once the sunny Torrigiani gardens, and the empty house. I saw also many friends of yours, who regretted your absence, and spoke of you as you would like to be spoken of; and finally I shook hands with you in Powers' Studio, which was a kind of welcome and farewell to Florence." SIGNED "Henry W. Longfellow." Normal folds from mailing. Near Fine [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Shining Cuckoo (Chrysococcyx Lucidus)

      London: The Author 1840-, 1869. Hand-coloured lithograph (535 x 350 mm.), with letter-press text; very good. Gould notes that although the Shining Cuckoo is an active bird, 'it is characterized by a remarkable degree of quietude'. Like most Cuckoos it deposits it single egg in the nest of another bird. This is an original hand coloured lithograph plate from Gould's most famous work, Birds of Australia.Birds of Australia is a great tribute to Australia and was one of Gould's most successful projects. 'Only 250 copies have been printed, and the drawings have been effaced from stones; of these, 180 were subscribed for, the remaining seventy the author proposes to issue upon the original terms, with the exception, that five or more parts shall be delivered in the course of each year instead of four; the delivery to commence on the 1st of January 1849' (Prospectus).

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        Gedenkblatt zur Erinnerung an den Auszug der Schumacher-Meister aus ihrem Amtshause d. 2. Mai 1869. Lithographie von J. Schöpel.

      Hamburg, H. Wernicke, 1869.. 47,5 x 62,0 cm. In der Mitte : Fronte des Amtshauses, umgeben von 6 Ansichten : Lohmühle und Gartenhäuser der Aelterleute, Schusterlaube und angrenzende Häuser, Die frühere Lombardsbrücke, Einzug in das neue Local, Innere Ansicht des Amtsaales, Eckhaus an der Esplanade (Wallseite), alles umgeben von umfangreicher ornamentaler Bordüre. Sehr seltenes und dekoratives Blatt. [SW - Ansicht, Ansichten].

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        Indiana In the War of the Rebellion. INSCRIBED.

      Indianapolis: Douglass & Conner, 1869. - Thick 8vo. xviii, 372 pp. Original green cloth stamped in gilt. INSCRIBED by the author on a special "Executive Department of Indiana, Adjutant Generals' Office" plate affixed to the front pastedown: "Indianapolis 17 July 1869, To General H. B. Carrington, . . with compliments of W. H. H. Terrell." Henry Beebee Carrington served as Colonel and Brigadier General in the Union Army. He is best known for his role in the Fetterman Massacre, and also for his zealous pursuit of northerners disloyal to the Union. Light edge wear, some spinal darkening, scattered foxing else tight, very good plus. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thomas Dorn, ABAA]
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        Tymms] The Art of Illuminating As Practiced in Europe from the Earliest Times

      Day and Son, London 1869 - Thick quarto. Original lavishly gilt and interwoven brown cloth both covers and spine, bevelled boards. Chromolithographed title and half-title, 100 chromolithographed plates printed on thick card paper each with tissue guard providing a thorough overview of the art of illumination from the 6th-16th Centuries. Hinges reinforced, corners very slightly bumped, else near fine copy of what is certainly the most authoritative treatise on this topic from an artistic point of view. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Edward Nudelman Rare Books]
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        Her Majesty's Tower

      Hurst and Blackett, London 1869 - Four volumes: Vol I: 406pp, 6th ed. Vol II: 376 pp. 2nd ed. Vol III, 387pp. 1st ed. Vol iv: 370 pp. 3rd ed. Half brown morocco withwith blindstamp design extending from spine to boards. Blue marbled boards and endpapers. teg. Lettered in gilt on the spine. Lovely double fold-out engraving of The Tower by P. Justyn at the frontis. An altogether very attractive and desirable set telling the tumultous history of the world's most famous castle. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Cider Makers' Manual: A Practical Handbook

      Haas and Kelly, Buffalo 1869 - Good condition concidering the year it was made but please see photos as there is a lot of wear to this book. The binding is sound and hinges and joints intact. Cloth on boards and spine very faded. A very scarce book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Geologische Betrachtungen aus den Central-Apenninen.

      München, R. Oldenbourg, 1869 - 4°, S. 93 - 176, 1 Falttaf., 3 lithogr. Taf., einige Textabb., Priv.-HLwd., Bibliotheksbd.: handschriftl. Rückenschildchen, Kanten u, Kapitale min. berieben, Stempel bzw. Nummerierungen a. Vs. und Titelei (recto und verso), sowie Falttaf. verso, vereinzelt etw. stockfl., an den Seitenstegen tlw. wasserrandig. EA. (= Geognostisch-paläontologische Beiträge, 2. Bd., 2. Heft.). Mit Widmung d. Autors a. eingebundenem V.deckel der ehem. Broschur. Karl Alfred Zittel, Paläontologe, Konservator (1839 -1904) in München. Seit 1866 Geologe und Konservator der paläontologischen Sammlung der Universität München; Sein Handbuch der Paläontologie, 4 Bde., 1876-93, gilt aufgrund der exakten methodischen Arbeiten als Wendepunkt in seiner Disziplin. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Shipbuilding in Iron and Steel.

      Murray., London. 1869 - xxvii, 540pp, plates-one folding table ,wood engravings. '.a practical treatise, giving full details of construction, process of manufacture, and building arrangements; with results of experiments on iron and steel, and on the strength and watertightness of riveted work.' Has seen better days but complete, water stained to boards and eps with minor staining to some inner margins but not affecting text, cloth has bubbled to rear board and slack in binding. 1.4kg Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        American Entomology. A description of the Insects of North America. Edited by John L. Le Conte, M.D. with a memoir of the author, by Georg Ord.

      - New York, J.W. Bouton, 1869. 2 volumes. Royal-8vo. pp. xxiv, 412; iv, 814, with 54 handcoloured lithographed plates. Publisher's green cloth. The complete entomological works of Thomas Say, assembled by LeConte. The present work is the second edition of the complete works, the first being published in Boston 1859. Included in the present work is Say's 'American Entomology' published in Philadelphia 1824-28 "which earned him the title of 'father of American entomology'. Its detailed and accurate descriptions, with more than a thousand new species, are supplemented by splendid colored illustrations" (Nature in the New World, 23). Thomas Say (1787-1834), was one of the premier native born American naturalists of the early nineteenth century. Some very faint marginal waterstaining to a few leaves.Nissen ZBI,3616 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Culture and Anarchy; An Essay In Political and Social Criticism

      Smith, Elder and Co, London 1869 - Some wear on the bottom edge of spine, front board starting to crack but still fairly solid. A fine old copy in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sheafe Street Books, NHABA]
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        MOYEN AGE - RENAISSANCE - XVII SIECLE - XVIII SIECLE - DIRECTOIRE, CONSULAT ET EMPIRE

      Paris, Firmin Didot, 1869-1884. In-4 p. (mm. 285x187), 9 voll., mz. marocch. rosso edit. con ang., tagli sup. dorati. Di questa pregiata opera offriamo la collezione completa, molto ben illustrata nel t. da centinaia di vignette inc. su legno (anche a p. pag.) e da bellissime tavv. f.t. in cromolitografia. La raccolta è cosi' composta: - ?"Les Arts au Moyen Age et à l'époque de la Renaissance?", con 20 tavv. in cromolito. - ?"Moeurs, usages et costumes au Moyen Age et à l'époque de la Renaissance?", con 15 tavv. in cromolito. - ?"Vie militaire et religieuse au Moyen Age et à l'époque de la Renaissance?", con 14 tavv. in cromolito. - ?"Sciences et lettres au Moyen Age et à l'époque de la Renaissance?", con 13 tavv. in cromolito. - ?"XVII siècle. Institution, usages et costumes. France (1590-1700)?", con 16 tavv. in cromolito e 20 incise su legno. - ?"XVII siècle. Lettres, sciences et arts. France (1590-1700)?", con 17 tavv. in cromolito e 16 incise su legno. - ?"XVIII siècle. Lettres, sciences et arts. France (1700-1789)?", con 16 tavv. in cromolito e 20 incise su legno. - ?"XVIII siècle. Institutions, usages et costumes. France (1700-1789)?", con 15 tavv. in cromolito, 6 in tinta, e 32 inc. su legno. - ?"Directoire, Consulat et Empire. Moeurs et usages, lettres, sciences et arts?", con 12 tavv. in cromolito e 24 incise su legno. Solo due voll. con qualche fiorit., altrim. esemplare ben conservato.

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        Theodore's Cattle

      Poona: For Private Circulation, Printed at the Deccan Herald Press,, 1869. Octavo. [ii], 58pp. Original purple bead-grain cloth covered card wraps. C20th rubber stamp of philatelist M. A. M. Graham inside upper panel of the wraps. Wraps a little rubbed and sunned, upper wrap professionally reattached, slight discolouration of the title page from ?old repair, light toning, else very good. First and only edition of this justification of Lord Napier's conduct before the storming of Magdala, at the conclusion of the Abyssinian Expedition. Concerning the Emperor's "peace gift" of cattle, this was an enigmatic incident which emerged from a profound clash of culture and a confusion of intent, and which the British commander clearly felt was in need of some clarification. Scarce, COPAC and OCLC list only the BL copy. The pamphlet opens with an extract from Napier's speech at Welshpool in August 1868, in which he explains that he had always been determined that he would "receive no negotiations from Theodore," but had revealed this only to his Military and Political Secretaries. Tewodros had sent two letters to the British commander, the first, on 11 April - "Theodore's Testament" - was written following the Abyssinians' heavy defeat in the battle of Good Friday and in response to Napier's ultimatum, it was also immediately before the Emperor's abortive suicide attempt. The second was sent the following day when he was "now desperately anxious to make peace." (Appleyard and Pankhurst) He freed the first of the contentious captives, and offered to "send heifers to you," a gesture of friendship "deeply engrained in Ethiopian culture." Unaware of the true significance of this peace-offering, Napier seems to have agreed to accept them, but when the 1000 cattle and 500 sheep were approaching the British camp, the underlying meaning was explained to him, and he had them stopped at the first piquet "until Tewdoros's 'full acceptance' of his conditions." Tewodros learned of the failure of his peace initiative later that evening, and again essayed suicide, this time successfully. Magdala was comprehensively sacked the following day. This pamphlet was evidently issued soon after Napier's return to India, having briefly basked in the thanks of his grateful nation, in order to allay the rumours of duplicity which may have begun to circulate. A family copy inscribed on the title page from "C.F.B. from E. W. B. 1870" and then "Robert Napier Bray, 1st D[uke] of W[ellington's] Regt. late 33rd Regt. from C. F. B. 23rd Oct 1896."

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        Charadrius Xanthocheilus: Wagl (Australian Golden Plover)

      London, 1869 This splendid hand-colored, folio size lithograph, Charadrius Xanthocheilus: Wagl, from John Gould?s (1804-1881) monumental book "Birds of Australia", is in mint condition and measures 14" x 21". This lithograph magnificently displays the author?s scientific skill and attention to detail. These birds, commonly called Australian Golden Plovers, are expertly hand-colored in shade and patterns of brown, taupe, black and white. The adult in the foreground has a black face, chest and underside with a white outline, whereas the juvenile has the intricate patterns of feathers throughout its body. At the time "Birds of Australia's" publication, the birds of this region were essentially unknown to a European audience and as Gould himself admitted in the preface to the book, ?the field was comparatively a new one?.John Gould was without question the most prolific ornithological artist of the 19th century, and the only one to rival John James Audubon in ambition and quality. The 19th century was a time of intense fascination with discoveries in natural history, especially regarding knowledge of the wildlife of exotic lands. Gould combined his passion for natural history with outstanding scientific, artistic, and entrepreneurial talents, and embarked on a series of projects that would eventually make him the leading publisher of ornithological illustrations in Victorian Britain.Gould?s unparalleled career spanned five decades, and he produced a monumental series of books of birds throughout the world. The Birds of Australia is John Gould?s largest and most important work. Because he himself spent so much time in the field making his own observations, the text that accompanies the illustrations is by far the most accurate and detailed of all his works. Each of the illustrations is stunningly colored and flawlessly drafted, highlighting the exquisite plumage and elegance of the birds.The colossal work is tremendous throughout, and quite rightly, it is considered Gould?s masterpiece. When Gould began work on the Birds of Australia, the ornithology of that continent was all but unknown in Europe. Gould started his research using specimens available in England, but quickly realized that the supply was far from sufficient. He discarded the work and traveled to Australia to begin his effort anew on his magnum opus.Arriving in Australia in September 1838, Gould and his wife, Elizabeth, spent the following eighteen months exploring Tasmania and the adjacent islands, South Australia, and New South Wales, and penetrated well into the interior. Over the course of these extensive travels Gould made many of the preliminary drawings that were translated into the remarkable series of 681 lithographs. Gould collected and documented so many new species -- more than three hundred -- that very few additions have been made since. His voyage to Australia was unsurpassed in the annals of ornithology.

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        KIRCHLICHES AMTSBLATT DES KÖNIGLICHEN EVANGELISCH-LUTHERISCHEN CONSISTORIUMS IN KIEL, 69 Jahrgänge: 1869 - 1933 und 1935 - 1938. [Späterer Titel: Kirchliches Gesetz- und Verordnungsblatt für den Amtsbezirk des evangelisch-lutherischen Landeskirchenamts in Kiel.],

      Kiel : Druck Schmidt und Klaunig, 1869-1938. - 69 Jahrgänge in 39 Bänden. 69 Jahrgänge in 39 Bänden!!! Umfangreiche Sammlung. Bis 1912 sind jeweils 2 bis 4 Jahrgänge in einem Band eingebunden. Aus ehemaligem Bibliotheksbestand, mit entsprechenden Kennzeichungen versehen. Einbände berieben und lichtgeblichen. Seiten nachgedunkelt, sonst aber zu großen Teilen sauber. Besonders die älteren Bände weisen innen Mängel, wie kleine Stockflecken, Knickspuren, Textmarkierungen oder vereinzelt gelockerte Seiten auf. Guter bis akzeptabler Gesamtzustand. Dennoch handelt es sich um brauchbare Exemplare, die noch immer Freude bereiten! Bitte beachten Sie unser umfangreiches Angebot an antiquarischen Fachzeitschriften. zqx mbx Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 23000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        KIRCHLICHES AMTSBLATT DES KÖNIGLICHEN EVANGELISCH-LUTHERISCHEN CONSISTORIUMS IN KIEL, 69 Jahrgänge: 1869 - 1933 und 1935 - 1938. [Späterer Titel: Kirchliches Gesetz- und Verordnungsblatt für den Amtsbezirk des evangelisch-lutherischen Landeskirchenamts in Kiel.]

      Kiel : Druck Schmidt und Klaunig, 1869-1938.. 69 Jahrgänge in 39 Bänden. 8° , Halbleinen. 69 Jahrgänge in 39 Bänden!!! Umfangreiche Sammlung. Bis 1912 sind jeweils 2 bis 4 Jahrgänge in einem Band eingebunden. Aus ehemaligem Bibliotheksbestand, mit entsprechenden Kennzeichungen versehen. Einbände berieben und lichtgeblichen. Seiten nachgedunkelt, sonst aber zu großen Teilen sauber. Besonders die älteren Bände weisen innen Mängel, wie kleine Stockflecken, Knickspuren, Textmarkierungen oder vereinzelt gelockerte Seiten auf. Guter bis akzeptabler Gesamtzustand. Dennoch handelt es sich um brauchbare Exemplare, die noch immer Freude bereiten! Bitte beachten Sie unser umfangreiches Angebot an antiquarischen Fachzeitschriften. zqx mbx

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        Explorations of the Highlands of theBrazil; with A Full Account of the Gold and Diamond Mines Also, CanoeingDown 1500 Miles of the Great River Sao Francisco, from Sabara to the Sea

      London. Tinsley Brothers. 1869. 8vo, 22.5cm, the First Edition, 2ndissue, (map in v1), in two volumes, xii,[2],443 & viii,[2],478,2pp.,ads., complete with half titles, and 2 engraved title pages each withvignette, 2 printed titles, 2 frontis plates, folding map, in theoriginal green cloth, gilt spine titles, gilt vignette (natives) on theupper covers, blind decorated borders on the boards, new (match)endpapers, some slight occasional foxing in volume two, else a very goodto fine set. (cgc) Penzer p78-80. Posted as Consul at Santos, SaoPaulo's port, in 1865, Burton sailed to Rio de Janero before travellinginto the interior and down the Sao Francisco by raft. The work containsvivid descriptions of his travels and observations throughout Brazil indiary form, with much on the gold mines worked by English companies. LadyBurton saw the work through publication, writing a revealing preface inwhich she gives vent to her personal feelings regarding her husband'sviews on religion and polygamy, begging the "fair or gentle reader" tobear in mind that her husband is writing "from a high moral pedestal".. 1st Edition. Hardcover.

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        He Knew He Was Right, by Anthony Trollope; with Sixty-Four Illustrations by Marcus Stone ... - [Complete in Two Volumes]

      London, Strahan And Company, 1869, Hardback, First EditionFinely bound both in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and titling. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 0 pages; Description: 2 v. Illus. 22 cm. Subjects: Husbands--Fiction. Married people--Fiction. Form/Genre: Psychological fiction. Domestic fiction. Sadleir, 31. Illustrations listed as appearing at p. 304 of vol. I and at p. 206 of vol. II, ordinarily used as frontispieces, are inserted at their respective pages. Sadleir notes only one copy in this state.

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        Phantasmagoria

      Macmillan. Very Good+ with no dust jacket; Internally the book is very clean with . just an occasional fingermark and hardly any spotting.. 1869. First US Edition; Second Printing. Hardcover. Profesionally conserved ; 8vo; Some water damage to front cover...new spine with old cloth attached. Gilt edges still bright. 1st edition second issue with the mention of "Alices Adventures in Wonderland" on the title page. .

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        Chirurgische Klinik. Zürich 1860-1867; Wien 1868; Wien 1869-1870; Wien 1871-1876. Erfahrungen auf dem Gebiete der praktischen Chirurgie. 4 in 3 Bdn. (all publ).

      - Berlin, Verlag von August Hirschwald, 1869, 8°, XII, 605, (1); 1870, XII, 159, (1); 1872, VI, 379; 1879, XXVII, (1), 652 pp.; mit 45 Holzschnitten und 17 lith. Tafeln, feines einheitlich in Halbleinen gebundenes Exemplar. Selten Vollständig angeboten, die ersten Auflagen der 'Chirurgischen Klinik'en 1860-1876 - der letzte Bericht "nebst einem Gesamt-Bericht über die Chirurgischen Kliniken in Zürich und Wien während der Jahre 1860-1876." - "Die Jahresberichte über seine praktische chirurgische Tätigkeit bedeuten insofern einen Markstein in der chirurgischen Publizistik, als er mit schonungsloser Kritik und bis dahin unbekannter Offenheit die Erfahrungen seiner ZÜRICHER und WIENER Klinik vor der medizinischen Öffentlichkeit ausbreitete. Er ist wahrscheinlich der erste Chirurg gewesen, der auch seine Mißerfolge ausführlich dargelegt hat." -Uhlenbruck - - "Soweit ich mich selbst beurtheilen kann, ist es das Beste was ich gemacht habe, es ist auch unwiderruflich das Letzte." -Billroth an Czerny, 29.Nov. 1878. - The value of this final (4th) report, which could only have been collated at the expenditure of the greatest industry and through apparently infinite capacity for work, is due not merely to the important contributions to practical surgery contained in them, but much more to the fact that Billroth for the first time presented to the world a complete account of his experience. no one before Billroth had the courage to appear before the tribunal of scientific criticism with his experience in its entirety, including, therefore that of an unsuccessful, as well as that of a successful character.-Hemmeter - His 'Chirurgische Klinik' had a world-wide influence on cancer surgery. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LOST AMID THE FOGS: SKETCHES OF LIFE IN NEWFOUNDLAND, ENGLAND'S ANCIENT COLONY.

      London. . 1869 - xv,299pp. plus 4pp. publisher's ads. Colored lithograph frontispiece. Later green cloth. Gilt title on spine. Library label on spine, few fox marks on titlepage. Very good. With the bookplate of the Horticultural Society of New York noting Kenneth K. Mackenzie's bequest of the volume. A charming account of travel in Newfoundland. Reads rather like a romance, full of dialogue, and descriptions of country life in Newfoundland, travel from Halifax to Nova Scotia, English influences, etc. The color frontispiece is a scene at Quiddi Viddi Lake. Not in TPL, Lande or Lande Supplement. Scarce. SABIN 43116.

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        The works of William Makepeace Thackeray [complete in 22 volumes]

      London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1869, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formVery good all in the original, gilt-blocked calf over marbled boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dulled and rubbed as with age. Corners bumped. Top edges gilt. Remains particularly well-preserved overall. Provenance: from the library of Robert Cooper with his bookplate to the front pastedown of each volume. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Description: 22 v. illus., plates, fronts. ; 22 cm. Contents: v.1-2. Vanity Fair, a novel without a hero --v.3-4. History of Pendennis --v.5-6. Newcomes, memoirs of a most respectable family --v.7. History of Henry Esmond --v.8-9. Virginians --v.10-11. Adventures of Philip on his way through the world shewing who robbed him, who helped him, and who passed him by --v.12. Paris sketch book of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh ; and The memoirs of Mr. Charles F. Yellowplush --v.13. Memoirs of Barry Lyndon written by himself; with the history of Samuel Titmarsh and the great Hoggarty Diamond --v.14. Irish sketch book and notes of a journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo --v.15. Book of snobs; and sketches and travels in London v.16. Burlesques: Novels by eminnet hands ; Jeames's diary ; Adventures of Major Gahagan ; A legend of the Rhine ; Rebecca and Rowena ; the history of the next French Revolution ; Cox's diary --v.17. Christmas books of Mr. M.A. Titmarsh ; Mrs. Perkins's ball ; Our street ; Dr. Birch ; Kicklebury's on the Rhine ; Rose and the ring --v.18. Ballads and tales --v.19. Four Georges ; Tthe English humourists of the eighteenth century --v.20. Roundabout papers (from the Cornhill magazine) to which is added The second funeral of Napoleon --v.21. Denis Duval: Lovel the widower and other stories --v.22. Catherine: a story ; Little travels ; The Fits-boodle papers, etc. etc. Subjects: Thackeray, William Makepeace (1811-1863) -- Collected works -- English literature -- 19th century -- Fiction.

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        Private Chronik] Hollenegg 20/7 [18]69.

      Hollenegg, 1869 - Hollenegg, 1869 - 1878. o. Pag. [ca. 185 S.]. Priv. Lwd. der Zeit. Handschriftliches Manuskript des zivilen Lebens in Hollenegg, Steiermark. - Ebd. m. Gbrsp. u. fleckig, etw. fingerfleckig, innen leichte Gbrsp. - Dichtbeschriebene Seiten in Kurrent und z. größten Teil in Tinte geschrieben über das ländliche Leben in der Steiermark des ausgehenden 19. Jahrhunderts. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        On the Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection

      John Murray, London, 1869, Original Cloth, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 5th or later EditionPUBLISHING DETAILS: Rare fifth edition, tenth thousand of Darwin's great book, one of only 2000 copies, published by John Murray of London in 1869. 596 pages, no advertisements to rear. Size; 20 x 14 cms (8" x 5.5"). Weight; 835g (1 pound 13 ounces). CONDITION: I would rate this as very good. The original green cloth covers, with gilt titling to the spine, are cleaner and sounder than often found with slight wear to the corners and darkening to the spine (see photo). The binding is tight and strong having probably been rebacked at some time. The text and pull out diagram are clean and bright and free from foxing. The trimming of a few bottom edges is a little irregular, an original printing/binding error. There is a stylishly penned 1869 owner's inscription on the half-title page, that of H G Dakyns, emminent British translator of Ancient Greek texts and friend of Tennyson. This is altogether a very handsome and desirable early printing of the 'most important biological book ever written' (Darwin Online). THE BOOK:'can we doubt ... that individuals having any advantage, however slight, over others, would have the best chance of surviving and of procreating their kind?' In the Origin of Species, Darwin challenged many of the most deeply held beliefs of the Western world. His insistence on the immense length of the past and on the abundance of life-forms, present and extinct, dislodged man from his central position in creation and called into question the role of the Creator. He showed that new species are achieved by natural selection, and that absence of plan is an inherent part of the evolutionary process. Darwin's prodigious reading, experimentation, and observations on his travels fed into his great work, which draws on material from the Galapagos Islands to rural Staffordshire, from English back gardens to colonial encounters. N.B. It is in this edition that Darwin used the expression 'survival of the fittest', Herbert Spencer's term, for the first time. Size: 20 x 14 (8" x 5.5") Pages: 596

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        A List of Medals, Jettons, Tokens, &c. in Connection with Printers and the Art of Printing

      Privately printed, London 1869 - Limited to 100 copies. Original brown cloth-covered bevelled boards. Spine and front gilt stamping bright. Wear at the spine extremities and tips, front hinge starting, black mark on the rear board, previous owner's blindstamp on the front endpaper and an earlier owner's ink name. Overall a very good copy. 128 pages of text followed by 100+ engraved facsimiles of the various medals. An elusive and uncommon book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Map of the Thunder Bay & Lake Nipigon Regions

      Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa 1869 - This map was meant to illustrate the geological explorations in the report written by Robert Bell., Size : 605x965 (mm), 23.75x38 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good, laid on acid free canvas for long term preservation.

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        Missale Romanum ex decreto sacrosancti concilii Tridentini restitutum, S. PII Quinti jussu editum, Clementis VIII. et Urbani VIII. Papae auctoritate recognitum, et novis missis ex indulto apostolico hugusque concessis auctum

      Mechlinae (Mechelen): H. Dessain, 1869 - Folio. xxxvi, 480, cxxxv, [1], 32, ----pp. Contemporary red morocco, gilt spine, five brass bosses on both upper and lower covers, brass clasps, a.e.g. Fine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Plate LV, Bimaculated Teal, Female

      London, 1869 Prideaux John Selby (1788-1867) created some of the most memorable bird images of the 19th century. This expertly hand-colored copperplate engraving, Plate LV, Bimaculated Teal, Female, from his work “Illustrations of British Ornithology,” measures 21.25” x 25.75” and is in mint condition. This female Bimacualed Teal, also known as Bikal Teal, is expertly hand-colored with intricate plumage in rich brown shades, with white detailing and a green wing flank.Selby’s contributions to British Ornithology were rivaled only by those of John Gould, and yet his images were on a larger scale and less purely scientific, exhibiting Selby's distinctive and charming style. nBorn in Northumberland and educated at University College, Oxford, Selby was a landowner and squire with ample time to devote to the study of the plant and animal life at his country estate, Twizell House. As a boy, he had studied the habits of local birds, drawn them, and learned how to preserve and set up specimens.Later, Selby became an active member of several British natural history societies and contributed many articles to their journals. Although Selby was interested in botany and produced a "History of British Trees" in 1842, he is best known for his "Illustrations of British Ornithology," printed in 1820, the first attempt to produce a set of life-sized illustrations of British birds, remarkable for their naturalism and the delicacy of their execution. Issued in nineteen parts over thirteen years, the book consisted of 89 plates of land birds and 129 plates of water birds, engraved by William Lizars of Edinburgh.

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