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        Malay Archipelago

      1869. First Edition . WALLACE, Alfred Russel. The Malay Archipelago: The Land of the Orang-Utan, and the Bird of Paradise. London: Macmillan, 1869. Two volumes. Octavo, original gilt-stamped green cloth. $7800.First edition of Wallace's classic account of his journey to the Malay Archipelago, ""on the basis of artistic format, literary style, and scientific merit, clearly one of the finest scientific travel books ever written"" (DSB).""Since he had not solved the perplexing question of how species evolve while in the Amazon region [1848-52], Wallace decided to venture once more to the tropics, this time to Southeast Asia and the Malay Archipelago. Securing passage on a government vessel, Wallace departed in 1854 for explorations that lasted eight years and covered between 14,000 and 15,000 miles. The boundaries of the range of his explorations were the Aru Islands to the east; Malacca, Malaya, to the west; the northern tip of Celebes to the north; and as far south as southern Timor. The enormous quantity of materials gathered there—about 127,000 specimens of natural history—enabled him to publish scores of fundamental scientific papers on a broad range of topics. These works alone would have established him as one of the greatest English naturalists of his age, but his classic natural history book, The Malay Archipelago, earned him an international reputation that has endured to this day. On the basis of artistic format, literary style, and scientific merit, it is clearly one of the finest scientific travel books ever written. From his first arrival in the Malayan region Wallace had decided to gather precise scientific data on groups of animals in order to work out their geographical distribution and consequently to throw light on their origins through evolutionary processes. He kept a notebook on evolution, here designated as his 'Species Notebook.' His first explicit, published evolutionary statements drew on those materials"" (DSB). Complete with wood-engraved frontispieces and six engraved plates, two lithographed folding maps tracing Wallace's journey, and numerous in-text maps and illustrations. With publisher's ads dated December 1868 in Volume I. Plate at Volume II, p. 41, actually bound at p. 176. Norman 2176. Bookplate of Colonel William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney, a long-serving MP who remains best known as the first player ever to score a goal in an international soccer match. Contemporary ink library signatures. Binder ticket.Interiors generally fine with only a few spots of foxing, a bit of expert restoration to bindings, slightest rubbing to gilt, cloth quite bright. Near-fine condition.

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        The South-Eastern District of South Australia: Its Resources and Requirements.

      Adelaide: published by the author at the offices of The South Australian newspaper, 1869. Octavo, with the large folding map beautifully preserved; original gilt blocked brown cloth (a bit worn at extremities), spine lettered by hand at a later date; front endpaper inscribed 'To James Moorehouse, with the compliments of the author Ebenezer Ward...', bookplates of Edward Angas Johnson and Charles Glover and Adelaide binders ticket. Pleasing association copy, inscribed by the author to the Melbourne Anglican bishop James Moorehouse. The Australian Dcitionary of Biography records 'the second bishop of Melbourne had intellectual distinction, administrative skill, eloquence and leadership; he also smoked a pipe and walked with a bulldog'.Published to promote the benefits of South Australian settlement, the salient feature of this book is the large lithographic map of Adelaide and surrounds, with boundaries, leases and holdings demarcated (thus forming a good historical record of the growth of the settlement). Photolithographed by F. S. Crawford during December 1867, it is technically accomplished and typical of the high standard of cartographic printing at the Adelaide Surveyor Generals office from the mid 1850's onwards. The book includes a meticulous three page index for the folding map.Of additional interest are the 64 pages of advertisements, effectively forming a concise trade directory of Adelaide in 1869. This copy has passed through the hands of two notable Australian bibliophiles: surgeon and South Australian resident Dr. Edward Angas Johnson (the nephew of George French Angas), and Adelaide city council alderman Charles Glover, an assiduous collector of Australiana and ethnological artefacts.

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        Alice's Abenteuer im Wunderland

      London: Macmillan und Comp., 1869, 1869. FIRST EDITION FIRST ISSUE PRESENTATION COPY OF THE FIRST FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRANSLATION OF ALICE! 1 vol., inscribed on the half-title "Georgina Balfour from the Author", illustrated by John Tenniel. Bound in the publishers original gilt stamped green cloth, all edges gilt, with the original "Burn" binders tick to lower corner of rear pastedown. Inner and outer hinges fine, head and foot of spine with some mild rubbing without loss, back corners lightly rubbed, occasional mild foxing otherwise a NICE COPY. WMG 71 This copy last appeared at auction in May 20, 1950 at Sotheby's in one lot containing 2 A.L.S.'s and this book. Georgina Balfour was the recipient of one of the 1865 Alice's. There's a letter dated Nov. 14, 1865 which asks her to please return her copy as it was "so badly printed". There were 4 families named Balfour. Georgina belongs to the northern Balfours who have been family friends since Dodgson's boyhood.

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        Finely penned Document signed, in French with translation, to the President of Peru, (1835-1909, from 1865 King of the Belgians, his backing of Sir H. M. STANLEY led to the founding of the Belgian Congo)

      1869 - (Jos

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        La légende des siècles. Première série. - Nouvelle série. - Tome cinquième et dernier

      Michel Lévy frères & Hetzel|& Calmann Lévy, 1869. - Michel Lévy frères & Hetzel & Calmann Lévy, Paris 1869-1883, 15,5x24cm, 5 volumes reliés. - Complete Edition in cinque volumi di "La leggenda dei secoli." Leganti per Marocco bradel mezzo rosso Russia, torna liscia, le date d'oro in coda, alcune piccole tracce di sfregamento su alcuni tappi, piatti carta marmorizzata, alcuni strappi su una sezione del secondo volume della seconda serie, attacchi uniformi. Alcuni foxing. set Rare, istituita in uniforme vincolante, la cui pubblicazione corto di 24 anni e che troviamo difficile da completare in cinque volumi. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale complète en cinq volumes de "La légende des siècles". Reliures à la bradel en demi maroquin de Russie rouge, dos lisses, dates dorées en queues, quelques petites traces de frottements sur certaines coiffes, plats de papier marbré, quelques accrocs sur une coupe du second volume de la deuxième série, reliures uniformes. Quelques rousseurs. Rare ensemble, établi en reliure uniforme, dont la publication court sur 24 ans et que l'on rencontre difficilement complet en cinq volumes.  

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        Reisen in Ost-Afrika in den Jahren 1859 bis 1861 (2 B

      Leipzig und Heidelberg, Winter, 1869/71. - . Mit Frontispiz, 27 Tafeln und 11 Karten, XIX, 335 Seiten, 2 Blatt; XVI, 454 Seiten, 1 Blatt, Halblederb

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        Reisen in Ost-Afrika in den Jahren 1859 bis 1861. Bearbeitet von Otto Kersten. Mit einem Vorworte von A. Petermann.

      Leipzig, Heidelberg, C.F. Winter, - 1869 - 2 Bde. 4

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer]
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        Document signed, to the President of Peru, (1819-1901, from 1837 Queen of Great Britain)

      1869 - announcing that "Our dearly beloved Daughter-in-law . the Princess of Wales [Alexandra] Daughter of His Majesty The King of Denmark [Christian IX] . was safely delivered of a Princess at Marlborough House, at Twenty Minutes past Twelve o'Clock on the morning of the 26th Ultimo", the President's "friendly interest . on other occasions" assures her that "You will kindly share in the pleasure it affords Us", and recommending him "to the Protection of the Almighty", signed also by Foreign Secretary Clarendon (1800-1870, 4th Earl), 2 sides folio, narrow black edges, Windsor Castle, 14th December light rust marks from paper clips and one tiny hole on blank fourth side Princess Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria (1869-1938) married Prince Christian of Denmark in 1896 and subsequently he became King Haakon VII, King of Norway. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        Hong Kong (Gambling Houses).

      [London]. House of Commons. 9 August1869. 93pp. Original wrappers, quarto. String tie. Good copy. These voluminous papers on government-licensed gambling houses in Hong Kong in the 1860s contain the stirring exchanges between the colony's governor, Sir Richard Graves McDonnell, and the Secretary of State for the Colonies, the Earl of Buckingham and Chandos. This was a subject of major importance, given the marked proclivity of the Chinese for gambling and the associated problems to which it gave rise for the prevention of crime and the good government of the Colony. McDonnell's despatches reveal an able and strong-minded governor who did not agree with the view being taken by the Colonial Office of this subject, which, he felt, was being unduly influenced by the English lobby, spear-headed by the influential Standing Committee of the Social Science Association at the instigation of two disgruntled Hong Kong personalities, the Colony's former Attorney-General, T. Chisholm Anstey, and Edward Murrow, the editor of a Hong Kong newspaper. Both these men had been involved in the acrimonious public disputes following allegations of questionable behaviour made on each other by senior officials in the Colony of the late 1850s. Macdonnell considered that they were unduly biased, and should not be allowed to injure the case for continuing the system of licensing gambling houses which was, in his view, the lesser of two evils, and brought some tangible benefits to the maintenance of law and order. [The National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (NAPSS), often known as the Social Science Association, was a British reformist group founded in 1857 by Lord Brougham. It pursued topics in public health, industrial relations, penal reform, and female education. It was in existence for about 30 years, being dissolved in 1886: from Wikipedia]. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 142901).

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom]
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        Explorations of the Highlands of Brazil


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        Histoire de la Religion Chretienne au Japon.

      Charles Douniol, Paris, 1869 - Depuis 1598 jusqu'a 1651. Comprenant les Faits Relatifs aux Deux Cent Cinq Martyrs Beatifies le 7 Juillet 1867. 8vo. 2 vols. 642, 643-884, 464pp. Contemporary half morocco, marbled boards, slightly rubbed, internally slightly spotted. Ex-library copy, stamped on title-pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fosca. Racconto di I. U. Tarchetti. Volume primo ( - secondo)

      E. Treves e C. editori, 1869. In 16, cm 9,5 x 14, pp. 160; 176. Mezza pelle coeva con lievi segni d'uso. Rara edizione originale del piu' celebre romanzo di Iginio Ugo Tarchetti, pubblicato a puntate sul Pungolo e nello stesso anno in volume presso Treves. Tarchetti mori' senza aver potuto portare a termine l'opera che venne terminata grazie alla penna dell'amico Salvatore Farina che scrisse l'ultimo capitolo. Viene considerato forse il piu' rappresentativo romanzo della scapigliatura.  Parenti, Rarita', I, 117 ITA

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        Hésiode, Hymnes orphiques, Théocrite, Biôn, Moskhos, Tyrtée, Odes anacréontiques. Traduction nouvelle

      - Alphonse Lemerre, Paris 1869, 16x24,5cm, relié sous emboitage. - Edizione originale della traduzione Leconte de Lisle. Bound in mezzo marocchino rosso con angoli, torna con cinque nervi, testa dorata, contreplats e guardie di carta presso il serbatoio, copertine conservati e schienali, alcune macchie rare, montaggio tela beige moderna vincolante. Autografo Precious dell'autore George Sand: «Madame George Sand tributo di ammirazione rispettosa Leconte de Lisle " Dai suoi primi scritti, Leconte de Lisle è stato posto direttamente sotto l'influenza di George Sand, al quale ha dedicato due poesie di George Sand e Lelia in solitudine. Questo rapporto trasformato gradualmente in reciproca ammirazione, come George Sand renderà omaggio all'autore di un articolo in tempo 31 Luglio 1872: "Il signor Leconte de Lisle è anche un grande poeta, e così forte che è originale divenne capo della scuola. Lo abbiamo un vero riconoscimento dobbiamo? avrebbe anche il riconoscimento nazionale. » Questa forma spedizione di tributo, riflette la stima e l'ammirazione reciproca che viene indossato dai due autori. Bellissimo omaggio letterario a una copia splendidamente rilegato. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Édition originale de la traduction de Leconte de Lisle. Reliure en demi-maroquin rouge à coins, dos à cinq nerfs, tête dorée, contreplats et gardes de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés, quelques rares rousseurs, emboîtage de toile beige, reliure moderne. Précieux envoi autographe de Leconte de Lisle à George Sand : « à Madame G. Sand hommage de respectueuse admiration Leconte de Lisle » Dès ses premiers écrits, Leconte de Lisle se plaça directement sous l'influence de George Sand, à qui il dédia deux poèmes de jeunesse : à George Sand et Lélia dans la solitude. Cette filiation se transforma progressivement en admiration réciproque, puisque George Sand rendra hommage à l'auteur dans un article du Temps du 31 juillet 1872 : « M. Leconte de Lisle est grand poète aussi, et d'une si forte originalité qu'il est devenu chef d'école. On lui doit une vraie reconnaissance ? il faudrait que ce fût une reconnaissance nationale. » Cet envoi, sous forme d'hommage, rend compte de l'estime et de l'admiration réciproque que se portaient les deux auteurs.   Très bel hommage littéraire sur un exemplaire joliment relié.   

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        Boletín-Revista de la Universidad de Madrid

      Imp. de Manuel Rivadeneyra, Madrid 1869 - Conceptos fundamentales enseñanza. Dos partes: Núm.1º -10/01/1869- Año I (712 pags.) y Núm.1º -10/10/1869- Año II. (384 pags.) Quincenal. Imp. de Manuel Rivadeneyra, Universidad de Madrid, 1869. Establecimiento Tipográfico de Tomás Rey. Encuadernación en holandesa, lomo con nervios, filetes y títulos en dorado. Sello húmedo de anterior propietario. 24,5 x 16,5 cm., 712 pags. + 384 pags. Numerosas tablas estadísticas, barómetros y de muy diferentes temáticas. Ejemplar con algunas señales de uso / tiempo, cubiertas con leves desperfectos en puntas, ver fotos. BUEN EJEMPLAR. Los pagos por Paypal tienen un cargo adicional del 5%. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Wien, Herzfeld & Bauer, 1869. Original boards. 8vo. VI, 332 pages. 25 cm. First edition. Contains bookstamp of Rabbi Davin Schoenberger of Aachen (who served as chief rabbi of Aachen, Germany, from 1926 to 1938; he performed the marriage of Anne Frank's parents, as reported in his obituary in the New York Times, December 10, 1989) . In German, some Hebrew throughout.

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books LLC]
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        Prince Dhejlbon Flluptz of Nygoming Africa familiarly called Sambo


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      London, 1869. Two volumes. lxv,236; vii,[3],322pp. plus two tinted maps (one folding), twenty-four plates (mostly tinted lithographs), and 20pp. publishers advertisements at rear of second volume. Original russet blindstamped cloth. Lightly bumped at extremities. Bookplate on front pastedowns. Text block of second volume separated from binding. Light foxing to a few plates. Ownership stamp embossed on pp.xv-xix of first volume. A very good set of a scarce work. First edition, that without Appendix D. Bell set out in the spring of 1867 with a surveying expedition organized by the Kansas Pacific Railway Company to find a good southern railroad route to the Pacific Coast through Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and southern California. Their route through the Southwest is traced on the large folding map. Also included are firsthand accounts of the Indians of New Mexico and Arizona. The second volume includes a discussion of the Pacific railway and a botanical report by C.C. Parry. Illustrated with a number of nicely tinted lithographs. FIELD 109. GRAFF 246. STREETER SALE 181. COWAN, p.45. HOWES B330, "aa." RADER 330.

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        LES PENSÉES. les pensees

      , Paris, J. Rothschild, 1869.**. Relié de l' époque, demi - maroquin rouge, plats marbré, dos orné de fil fleuronné doré et pièce de titre doré, dos à nerfs (5), plats de papier doré, couverture originale d' éditeur, 27x36cm, 52pp Tiré a 200 exemplaires. Histoire, culture, multiplication, emploi. ouvrage orné de nombreuses vignettes et de 25 chromolithographies executees d'apres les specimens de F. Lesemann. Bon état

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        Fossile Flora der Steinkohlen-Formation Westphalens einschliesslich Piesberg bei Osnabrück.

      Kassel, Th. Fischer 1869 - 4°. V, 191 S., m. 32 (29 doppelblattgroßen und 3 gefalt.) lithographischen Tafeln. Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückenschild, (etwas berieben). Pritzel 7699; vgl. Nissen 1663. - Erste Einzelausgabe, erschien 1868 in der Zeitschrift "Paläontographica". - Interessante Abhandlung zur Paläobotanik des westphälischen Steinkohlengebietes. "Ein fast neunjähriger Aufenthalt, gaben mir Gelegenheit.eine ziemlich vollständige Collection der fossilen Pflanzenreste des westphälischen Kohlengebirges zusammen zu bringen. (und). eine möglichst vollständige Beschreibung der Kohlenpflanzen. zusammengestellt zu sehen." (Vorwort). - Die getönten Lithographien mit Wiedergaben zahlreicher Versteinerungen, teils mehrere Abbildungen auf einer Tafel. - 1 Tafeln m. alt hinterlegtem Einriss am oberen Rand, 1 gefaltete Tafel mit kleinem Einriss. Tafeln meist stockfleckig, teils gebräunt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer]
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        Atlas Of Hartford City And County, With a Map of Connecticut From Actual Surveys

      Hartford, Conn.: Baker & Tilden, 1869. First Edition. Very good+ in its original black cloth covered boards with bold gilt text stamping on the spine. A folio measuring 17 5/8 by 14 1/2 inches light soiling to the boards. There is no wear or rubbing to the cloth on the boards. The binding of the contents (maps, title page and table of contents) are tight with no damage or weakness to the joints and hinges. The title page shows mild tanning and a few minor closed tears which have been repaired with Japanese tissue. The maps show only very little tanning. The map of the State of Connecticut shows soiling at its fore edge and there are a number of penciled notations in the area of Long Island Sound noting steamship routes. All 45 maps as called for in the Table of Contents are present. The two large fold-out, hand colored maps are in place and without major damage or creasing. This volume is in remarkable condition with no loose pages or damage to the binding.

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      New edition of the complete works of Victor Hugo, adorned with a sticker on each title page, a set of 100 etchings inset, three boards frontispiece of three volumes (poetry T.1 T.3 and Roman T.4) and a reproduction of a manuscript drawing of Hugo Volume 1 of the Rhine, p.265.Binders full brown sheepskin, back with five nerves decorated with cold boxes and gilded florets chez Alexandre Houssiaux à Paris 1869 14x23cm 20 volumes reliés

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        [Op. 333]. Wein, Weib und Gesang! Walzer fûr das Pianoforte

      Wien: C. A. Spina [PN] C.S. 21731, [1869]. Oblong folio. Unbound as issued. 1f. (title), pp. 3-11, [i] engraved music. With decorative lithographic title printed in brown depicting a couple in a garden with a mandolin. Title separated at spine and very slightly browned, creased and chipped at edges. With previous owner's small handstamp ("Treitschke") to upper outer corner. First Edition. Fuld p. 653. Schneider 298, p. 110, no. 789. SEV p. 525. Weinmann p. 97. One of Strauss's best-known and loved works, this waltz was composed for the Men's Singing Association of Vienna.

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        Art Supplement to Appletons' Journal. - The Beach at Long Branch.

      Appleton. 1869. Wood engraving, fold out Art Supplement to Appletons' Journal 1869, 13 x 19 1/2 inches on sheet size 15 1/2 x 21 inches. Paper loss to lower left corner (just affecting very edge of image), multiple folds as issued, upper horizontal fold line has been backed with Japanese paper, a few short edge tears at lower edge; overall good, clean condition. The prominent late 19th century American artist Winslow Homer worked as an illustrator for Harper's Weekly and other illustrated journals from the 1850s to the mid 1870s, his designs being rendered as wood-engravings. Homer's superior artistic abilities were recognised in this elaborate foldout "art supplement" about which the magazine wrote: Mr. Winslow us a picture of the ease and pleasurable abandon which accompany life at Long Branch. On the beach, more than anywhere else in the world, society throws aside its dignity. Men and women make children of themselves. Those in the water give themselves up to sport, frolicking with each other and with the waves, thoughtless of fashion and its formalities. . . . Our artist suggests an old poetic thought in the letters drawn [the artist's initials], by a young girl, in the sand." This lovely image is in the American Art collection of the Brooklyn Museum.

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        The Poetical Works. With 128 steel engravings from the designs of J.M.W. Turner and Thomas Stothard.

      London: Routledge 1869 - New edition. Gr.-8°. XLII u. 453 S. Dekorativer grüner feinnarbiger Maroquinband (vorderes Innengelenk sorgfältig restauriert) mit reichem Vorder- und Rückdeckeldekor "à la dentelle" je mit intarsiertem roten Ledermedaillon, 5 Bünden und reicher Rückenvergoldung, üppige Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung und Dreiseitgoldschnitt, der Schnitt mit hübschem Fore-edge-painting. * Außerordentlich dekorativer Band! Als Fore-edge-painting eine hübsche farbige Ansicht von Euboia (Negroponte) mit Festung, Brücke und Segelschiff. Mit gestochenen Portrait von W. Finden nach Sir T. Lawrence; die 128 bezaubernden, außerordentlich fein gestochenen Stahlstichvignetten v. Goodall und Finden nach William Turner und Th. Stothard zeigen Genreszenen, vor allem aber Landschaften und Orte aus Schottland, aus der Schweiz und Italien. (Buchblock leicht gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, ansonsten sehr gut erhalten). Lovely full green leather binding of the collected works of Samuel Rogers, with a fine fore-edge-painting (showing the Greek town Euboia/Negroponte). An extraordinary collector item, containing a wealth of gorgeous steel plate engravings (landscapes and towns in Switzerland and Italy) after drawings by William Turner and T. Lawrence. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Partly-Printed Document Signed.

      - This son of the first white child born in Chicago (daughter of pioneering fur trader John Kinzie) served with the 1st Michigan Infantry in the Civil War, later serving as a battalion commander at the frontier in 1869 in General Nelson Miles' "Yellowstone Campaign." Partly-Printed DS, 1p, 11" X 8¼", Standing Rock, Dakota Territory, 18 August 1876. Very good. Partly-printed "Receipt for Quartermaster's Stores," a secretarially-completed (by Lieutenant William Badger) form signed boldly by Bates as infantry captain at lower right. Notes receipt of two "Common Tents," two sets of "Common Tent Poles" and five sets of "Common Tent Pins," noting their condition as "Serviceable" and "New." Penned just four weeks after the Battle of Little Big Horn and from the military post where Sitting Bull would later be kept. Scarce and unusual. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Playbill. (A Cricket on the Hearth.) Monday, Jan. 11th, 1869, and every evening, at seven, a Christmas drama entitled Dot; the story by Charles Dickens, Esq., the drama by Dion Boucicault.

      1869 51 x 25.5cm. A single sheet, printed in blue; single horizontal fold, edges sl. chipped & one or two short tears, but generally clean & bright.Bolton 64; he describes this adaptation as one of the 'best plays' of the 'most eminent popular playwright of the era'. Boucicault's adaptation of A Cricket on the Hearth was first performed in New York in 1859 (Bolton 42).

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        Les fleurs du mal

      Third edition in the partly original because appear here for the first time 25 poems.Binding to the full paper bradel, smooth back, morocco caramel part of title, wrappers and back preserved and bound in, signed pastiche binding T. Boichot.Illustrated book, frontispiece, a portrait engraved on steel by Charles Baudelaire.Notice by Théophile Gautier.Our copy is the date 1869 and often as part of the complete works of the poet.Small foxing mainly affecting the first and last pages.Rare copy pleasantly established. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1869 12x18,5cm relié

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        Tom & Jerry. Life in London, or The day and night scenes of John Hawthorne, ... and his elegant friend Corinthian Tom in their rambles and sprees through the metropolis. With numerous coloured illustrations from real life deigned by I.R. & G. Cruikshank.

      John Camden Hotten. [1869] Half title, col. front. & 35 col. plates, 26pp ads (undated, but with mention of 'Special List for 1870); text a little browned. Orig. blue sand-grained cloth, pictorially blocked & lettered in gilt; spine a little darkened & carefully repaired at head, inner hinge sl. splitting. With the armorial bookplate of Charles Dickens, and Sotheran's 'from the Library of Charles Dickens' label, June 1870. Initialled in pencil 'C.D.E.'Listed in the Catalogue of Dickens's Library, p.41, offered at 7s. 6d. With a 26pp introduction by Hotten, dated November 1869.

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        Werkzeugkunde zum Gebrauche für technische Lehranstalten, Eisenbahnen, Schiffbau u. Industrie Gewerbe, als Tischler, Drechsler, Fassbinder, Wagner, Zimmerleute, Modelleure & Mechaniker.

      Wien, Wurm & Schlögel 1869. - Wurzbach 108 ff. Erläuternder Textband (62 S.) fehlt. ?Prächtig ausgestattet und zu seiner Zeit epochemachendes Werk? (Das Waldviertel. Neue Folge. 1957, Nr.1/2). Großartige Dokumentation verschiedener Werkzeuge für Holzarbeiter. Mit Abbildungen aller seinerzeit gängiger Werkzeuge sowie einfacher aus Holz gefertigten Vorrichtungen und Maschinen. Herausgegeben von dem österreichischen Werkzeugfabrikanten Franz Freiherr von Wertheim (1814-1883), der seit 1852, als erster in der Habsburger-Monarchie, auch einbruchsichere und feuerfeste Kassen erzeugte. Eine Reihe von Patenten und Erfindungen zeichneten seinen Betrieb aus und brachten internationale Erfolge. In der Folge wurden seine Sammlungen nach Weltausstellungen auch in andere bedeutende Muster- und Lehrmittelsammlungen, wie z.B. in das Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers in Paris (1855) oder in das South Kensington Museum in London (1867, heute Science Museum), eingegliedert. 1867 nahm Wertheim mit einem großen Muster-Exponat an Werkzeugen an der Weltausstellung in Paris teil. Die doppelblattgroße Tafel zeigt den Ausstellungsstand mit Hunderten von Werkzeugen sowie eine Hobel- und eine Drechselbank. Auf dieser Ausstellung setzte er auch einen Betrag von einhunderttausend Franc als Preis aus für denjenigen, dem es gelänge, eine Wertheim-Kasse zu öffnen. - DIESES OBJEKT UNTERLIEGT DER DIFFERENZBESTEUERUNG. Imperial-Folio (36 x 56 cm). Farblithogr. Titel m. Goldauflage, 1081 Abb. auf 43 (dav. 25 farb.) lithograph. Tafeln und 1 doppelblattgr. farblithograph. Tafel (auf Leinen aufgezogen) [Textband fehlt]. OHalbleinenmappe m. aufgez., lithogr. Deckeltitel (wh. illustr. Titelbogen). Schließbänder abgerissen, Mappe stärker angeschmutzt u. berieben, an den Kanten abgewetzt, hs. Sign. v. alter Hd. auf Vorderdeckel, am Rücken eingerissen, alle Tafeln 2-fach m. Bibl.stempel versehen (dav. 1 Prägestempel). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Versuch eines Systems der Elemente nach ihren Atomgewichten und chemischen Functionen

      1869. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. In: Journal für praktische Chemie 106, 1869, 8vo. p.251. ----Sparrow 147 - The first appearance of Mendeleev's periodic table in a western journal. Mendeleev's work on Osnovy khimii led him directly in March 1869 to his formulation of the periodic law and table, in which the elements were grouped by atomic weight and grouped according to their chemical and physical properties. He famously used his table to predict accurately the elements which later came to be called gallium, germanium and scandium. Very Good.

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        Brigadier-General Thomas Francis Meagher: His Political and Military Career.

      Glasgow: Cameron & Ferguson, circa, 1869. Small octavo, fine in recent cloth with the publisher's green illustrated wrappers and advertisements bound in. Scarce biography of Irish nationalist Thomas Meagher (1823-1867), transported to Van Diemen's Land for his role in the Young Ireland movement of 1848.Renowned for his personal charisma and powerful oratory, Meagher was born into a prosperous family and enjoyed a successful political career. In 1848 he was charged with leading the Young Ireland movement and inciting rebellion, a capital conviction transmuted to transportation for life. He arrived in Hobart in October 1849, where he quickly married and obtained a ticket-of-leave, only to escape the colony within a matter of years (arriving in New York in May of 1852). His time in Australia and subsequent escape is detailed in a chapter of this book.As a citizen of the United States, Meagher is best remembered as a Union officer in command of an Irish brigade, and as sometime Governor of Montana. He drowned in the Missouri River in 1867, and was quickly immortalised as a paradigm Irish patriot in biographies such as this one.

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        Les chats. Histoire, moeurs, observations, anecdotes

      first edition. Bound in half red shagreen, back with four nerves decorated with double black boxes to centers which are struck gilded florets, golden tail date a slightly rubbed joint minor, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, preserved covers, gilded head, lower corners bumped, contemporary binding. Book illustrated in drawings and Inserts Eugène Delacroix, Edouard Manet, Prosper Mérimée, Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, Ok'Sai, Grandville ... Some spots affecting mainly the first pages. Copy full well of his rare trailer and a portrait of Champfleury on a flying sheet. J. Rothschild Paris 1869 11,5x18,5cm relié

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        Our American Cousin: A Drama, in 3 Acts

      [New York:] Printed, But Not Published, 1869, 1869. First edition. Fine copy.. 12mo, modern blue paper board, black leather label on the upper board, gilt lettering, 46 pages. The most famous play (of many) by Tom Taylor (1817-1880) and arguably the most famous play of the 19th century: it was being performed at Ford's Theater, Washington, D.C., on April 14, 1865, when halfway through Act III John Wilkes Booth shot Abraham Lincoln - thus immortalizing a farcical comedy which otherwise would have been long since forgotten. The American rights to Our American Cousin were purchased by New York theater owner Laura Keene in 1858. It was immensely popular and was still being performed more than ten years later, but there was no printed version of it until this one in 1869. Keene had shrewdly stated on the title-page that it was "Printed, but not published" - a step taken to protect her valuable rights from unscrupulous theater owners who could produce plays that had been "published" because copyright laws did not give them adequate protection. On the verso of the title-page is list of the cast at the first performance at Ms. Keene's theater on October 15, 1858, which included Joseph Jefferson. Contemporary manuscript notes on the front blank, listing other plays by Tom Taylor.

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        Osnovy khimii [i.e. The Principles of Chemistry]

      St. Petersburg, 1869-71. Part I: [4], III, [1], 816 pp., 151 ills. (1869); Part II: [4], [1], 951, [1] pp., 28 ills., 1 folding table (1871). 8vo. Woodcut illustrations, folding letterpress table in Part II. Contemporary quarter-leather. Rebacked. Blind lettering on the spine. The folding table is backed with tissue paper at the joints. Inscriptions in text. Half-title lacks a small piece (vol.1), restored, not affecting the text. Provenance: from the library of Alexander Petrovich Mikhnevich (1853-1912), stamp at the end of Contents of vol.2. Mikhnevich was an engineer, teacher and writer. His margins could be found throughout the book, especially interesting those are in vol.1. where he added some elements to the table adding the phrase 'somewhat different table in the new edition' (in pencil). First edition. Extremely rare. The periodic table of elements is a fundamental tool in the understanding of chemistry today. It categorizes elements by atomic number, electron configurations and recurring chemical properties. Some elements were only discovered because the Table existed, and it is now impossible to imagine chemistry without it. It was introduced by Dmitry Mendeleev, and it was printed for the first time in this very book, The Principles of Chemistry, in 1869-1871. Mendeleev was the first to recognize that the apparent randomness of elements fitted into a system. Furthermore, he suggested that the gaps in his system would later be filled with elements yet unknown to the scientific world. He was proved right. He had rejected the common practice of placing elements in the order of their atomic weight. He put the elements in order of their nuclear charge before such a phenomenon had been discovered (it was not adequately understood until the existence of protons and neutrons had been proven). The 'discovery' (or construction) of the table is a fine example of how the human mind managed to leap beyond contemporary understanding to lay the foundations on which later progress was built. Mendeleev didn't achieve instant recognition for what he had done. Robert Bunsen, the celebrated German chemist of the time, rebuked one of his students who had tried to explain to him the profound significance of the discovery: «Don't get to me with these guesses. The same 'regularities' can be found in stock-market reports!» It was not until the late 19th and early 20th centuries that Mendeleev's theory was finally acknowledged. In the first decade of the 20th century, Mendeleev was nominated for the Nobel Prize three times (1905, 1906 and 1907) and it was for purely circumstantial reasons that he did not receive it. He opposed the Nobel brothers' politics in respect of Russia's oil industry, and having failed to win twice, he was robbed of the Prize after being awarded it on his third nomination, because of his untimely death at the age of 72.

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        The Malay Archipelagoandnbspthe Land of the Oran Utan and the Bird of Paradise A Narrative of Travel with Studies of Man and Nature


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        Encyclopédie du dix-neuvième siècle. Répertoire universel des sciences, des lettres et des arts. Avec la biographie et de nombreuses gravures. Troisième édition.

      Paris, au Bureau de l'Encyclopédie du XIXe Siècle., , 1869. - 26 tomes bound in 25 vols. Large 8vo (25,5x18 cm). Half darkgreen morocco, with ribbons, gilt, and gilt titles; covers marbled paper; nicely decorated endpapers. Each volume: halftitle, title and 800 pp (vol. 2: 824 pp), printed in 2 columns. With some engravings in text. Encyclopédie A-Z (vols. 1-24), vol. 25 "Supplement", 800 pp. bound with (26): "Table Méthodique", 200 pp. We have to mention some minor defects: light brown spots in places but mainly to half-title and last leaf; convent stamp on titles; small marginal waterstain on half-title and title vol. 19; top of 1 spine rubbed; corners sl. bumped, a few corners with a bit damage; tear in backcover vol. 7 repaired). - On the whole a good complete set in nice bindings, with on foot of spines in gilt caracters the name of the owner: "Auguste Blondiaux". 38000g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hésiode, Hymnes orphiques, Théocrite, Biôn, Moskhos, Tyrtée, Odes anacréontiques. Traduction nouvelle

      Original issue of Leconte de Lisle translation.Bound in red half morocco with corners, back with five nerves, gilded head, contreplats and paper guards at the tank, preserved covers and backs, some rare spots, fitting beige canvas modern binding.Precious autograph of the author George Sand:"Madame George Sandtribute of respectful admirationLeconte de Lisle "From his earliest writings, Leconte de Lisle was placed directly under the influence of George Sand, to whom he dedicated two early poems to George Sand and Lelia in solitude. This relationship gradually turned into mutual admiration, as George Sand will pay tribute to the author in an article in Time July 31, 1872: "Mr. Leconte de Lisle is also a great poet, and so strong that it is original became head of the school. We owe him a true recognition? it would have even national recognition. »This shipment form of tribute, reflects the esteem and mutual admiration that is worn by the two authors.Beautiful literary tribute to a beautifully bound copy. Alphonse Lemerre Paris 1869 16x24,5cm relié sous emboitage

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        Traité de puériculture ou art d'élever les nouveau-nés jusqu'au sevrage.

      Paris, L'auteur, 1869. ____ Première édition. Envoi de l'auteur sur le titre "A mon ami Sergent pour lui servir en cas de divorce, souvenir d'amitié. P. Leplanquais." Très bel exemplaire, artistiquement relié. ***** First edition of this childcare treaty. Inscribed. Beautiful copy. In-12. [168 x 108 mm] Collation : 114, (2) pp. Chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs orné, encadrement de fers dorés sur les plats, gardes de soie, tranches dorées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        On The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. Fifth Edition, Tenth thousand.

      London: John Murray, 1869. 5th Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (190 x 128 mm). xxxiii [1], 596 pp., 1 folding lithographed diagram. Uncut in original green cloth [Freeman's variant 'c' binding], covers stamped in blind, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, black glazed endpapers (unobtrusive repair of spine ends, corners bumped, extremities rubbed especially at corners, inner hinges partly cracking). Bound without the publisher's adverts in this copy as issued. Little foxing to endpapers, half-title and final leaf, otherwise clean and unmarked. All in all a very good copy. ----Freeman 387. - THE FIFTH AND RAREST of ALL EARLY EDITIONS OF "THE MOST INFLUENTIAL SCIENTIFIC WORK OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. This edition sees the first use by Darwin of Herbert Spencer's phrase 'survival of the fittest', appearing in the heading of Chapter IV. Its publication aroused world-wide criticism and controversy, both religious and scientific" (Grolier/Horblit). The first edition of 1250 copies was sold on the day of publication. Though the work was initially prompted by observations, made during his travels aboard the Beagle from 1831 to 1836, of the biology and geology of isolated islands, Darwin spent nearly 25 years after his return to England accumulating evidence and considering his theory before publishing. "Although the theory of evolution can be traced to the ancient Greek belief in the 'great chain of being,' Darwin's greatest achievement was to make this centuries-old 'underground' concept acceptable to the scientific community by cogently arguing for the existence of a viable mechanism -- natural selection -- by which new species evolve over vast periods of time. Darwin's influence on biology was fundamental and continues to be felt today" (Garrison-Morton). Very Good.

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        ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel. Fourteenth thousand.

      10], 192 pages. Engraved frontispiece and numerous engravings throughout. Bound in half red morocco gilt over marbled boards. All edges gilt. Octavo. Some marking and spotting, but a very good copy of the sixth edition.

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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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        Our American Cousin: A Drama, in 3 Acts.

      First edition. [New York:] Printed, But Not Published, 1869. 12mo, modern blue paper board, black leather label on the upper board, gilt lettering, 46 pages. The most famous play (of many) by Tom Taylor (1817-1880) and arguably the most famous play of the 19th century: it was being performed at Ford's Theater, Washington, D.C., on April 14, 1865, when halfway through Act III John Wilkes Booth shot Abraham Lincoln - thus immortalizing a farcical comedy which otherwise would have been long since forgotten. The American rights to Our American Cousin were purchased by New York theater owner Laura Keene in 1858. It was immensely popular and was still being performed more than ten years later, but there was no printed version of it until this one in 1869. Keene had shrewdly stated on the title-page that it was "Printed, but not published" - a step taken to protect her valuable rights from unscrupulous theater owners who could produce plays that had been "published" because copyright laws did not give them adequate protection. On the verso of the title-page is list of the cast at the first performance at Ms. Keene's theater on October 15, 1858, which included Joseph Jefferson. Contemporary manuscript notes on the front blank, listing other plays by Tom Taylor. Fine copy.

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      1869. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, to Reverend J. T. Freeman. Davis writes to Reverend Freeman thanking him for a proposed endowment to support the former President of the Confederacy. The letter provides a poignant glimpse of the former leader's post-war plight. He tells of his personal loss and hardship, but at the same time expresses his pride and gratitude for the enduring love and confidence of the Southern people. JEFFERSON DAVIS AFTER THE END OF THE CIVIL WAR: "At dawn on May 10, 1865, Davis was captured near Irwinville, Ga. He was imprisoned in a damp casemate at Fort Monroe, Va., and was put in leg-irons. Though outraged Northern public opinion brought about his removal to healthier quarters, Davis remained a prisoner under guard for two more years. Finally, in May 1867, he was released on bail and went to Canada to regain his shattered health. Several notable Northern lawyers offered their free services to defend him in a treason trial, which Davis longed for. The government, however, never forced the issue, many believe because it feared that such a trial might establish that the original Constitution gave the states a right to secede. The case was finally dropped on Dec. 25, 1868.... Davis made five trips to Europe in an effort to regain his health, and for a few years he served as president of an insurance company in Memphis, Tenn. In 1877 he retired to Beauvoir, a small Gulf-side estate near Biloxi, Miss., which a patriotic admirer provided for him. There he wrote his Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government. Though pressed to enter the U.S. Senate, he declined to "ask for amnesty," for he felt he had done nothing wrong in fighting for states' rights under the Constitution, and he never regained his citizenship. He remained the chief spokesman and apologist for the defeated South. Davis' citizenship was restored posthumously in 1978" (Britannica).Two pages, folded 8vo sheet with integral blank. Fine.

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        Œuvres complètes. Roman [suivi de] Drame [suivi de] Poésie [suivi de] Le Rhin [suivi de] Littérature et philosophie

      chez Alexandre Houssiaux. New edition of the complete works of Victor Hugo, adorned with a sticker on each title page, a set of 100 etchings inset, three boards frontispiece of three volumes (poetry T.1 T.3 and Roman T.4) and a reproduction of a manuscript drawing of Hugo Volume 1 of the Rhine, p.265.Binders full brown sheepskin, back with five nerves decorated with cold boxes and gilded florets chez Alexandre Houssiaux à Paris 1869 14x23cm 20 volumes reliés

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        Etude sur les moyens de communication avec les planètes.

      Paris, Brx. du Cosmos, Gauthier-Villars, 1869. ____ Camille Flammarion avait invité Charles Cros a donner une conférence sur les possibilités de communication avec les éventuels habitants d'autres planètes. Ce mémoire reprend cette idée de "communication avec les planètes voisines de la terre, Mars et Vénus, au moyen de transmissions lumineuses." Cros propose une puissante lampe électrique, mise au foyer d'un miroir réflecteur parabolique dont l'axe principal est dirigé vers l'astre destinataire du message. Il imagine quelles devront être les procédures de formalisation des messages pour que les habitants des autres planètes comprennent qu'il s'agit de signaux volontaires et non de simples scintillements. Poète, apprécié des Surréalistes, Charles Cros (1842 - 1888) a été un inventeur malchanceux. Il a découvert un procédé de photographie en couleurs, en même temps que Ducos du Hauron et a inventé le phonographe (sans apparemment en construire un) indépendamment d'Edison qui a su rapidement commercialiser son idée. Un rare tiré à part de la revue "Cosmos", animée par l'Abbé Moigno, des 7, 14 et 21 août 1869 ***** Cros was convinced that pinpoints of light observed on Mars and Venus, probably high clouds illuminated by the sun, were the lights of large cities on those planets. He spent years petitioning the French government to build a giant mirror that could be used to communicate with the Martians and Venusians by burning giant lines on the deserts of those planets. He was never convinced that the Martians were not a proven fact, nor that the mirror he wanted was technically impossible to build. Charles Cros (October 1842 - 1888) was a French poet and inventor. He is perhaps most famous as the man who almost, but not quite, invented the phonograph. As far as is known, no one before him had thought of a practical way to reproduce sound from a recording of airborne sound waves. He discovered a theory of color photography at the same time that Ducos de Hauron. A rare off-print of the revue "Cosmos" In-8. Collation : 16 pp. Broché, couverture imprimée.

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        L'homme qui rit

      Edition without edition statement.Binders of the time in half black shagreen. Back with nerves decorated with 3 florets. gilt titles. Traces of rubbing a few nerves and headdresses. rubbed edges and boards. bottom corners bumped. very light scattered spots.Pleasant copy, no edition statement, prepared in good time binding.Certainly Hugo's masterpiece in the romance field, baroque and dark, where style evolving by antitheses and oxymorons is pushed to its limits, and in which recognize the Surrealists. Librairie internationale Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & Cie ParisBruxelles 1869 In-8 (15x23cm) 381pp. et 301pp. et 291pp. et 384pp. 4 tomes en 4 volumes reliés

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