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        TRAVELS OF A PIONEER OF COMMERCE IN PIGTAIL AND PETTICOATS: Or, an Overland Jour

      London 1871, Murray. 3/4 red leather over marbled boards, very good, 475p., 13 b.w. plates, folding map, appendix, bookplate. QUITE S C A R C E A fascinating primary narrative of the overland journey from the plains of Hoopeh to Ichang, Chun China, Chen-tu, Hi-Yan-Ky, Tai-Tsian-Loo, Eastern Thibet, Bathang, Atenze, the tribes of the Lan-Tsan-Kiang and amongst the Tze-Fans. Imprisonment at Weisee, return to Ta-Tsian-Loo and homewards. This wonderful resource is a careful description of what and who the author saw, the customs and actions of the people, their interactions with the expediton, and commentaries on the natural history, geography, customs and environment he travelled in. "A valuable book..." by "one of the most adventurous of modern English travellers." D.N.B. The 1st edition was published in 1869 soon after the author's return from Hankow. He had attempted to traverse Tibet to India against the orders of the Chinese authorities. Three days from Weisei he was imprisoned on suspicion of spying and kept for weeks weeks, then forced to descend the Min & Yangtsze rivers to Hankow. .

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        Album von Leipzig. Erinnerungs-Blätter gezeichnet und lithographiert.

      Lpz., Klein, (1871). 18,5 x 14 cm. Mit 17 getönten Lithographien. Lose in OBrosch. Die hübschen Tafeln mit einer Gesamtansicht und Ansichten der Pleissenburg, Rosenthal, Schützenhaus, Napoleonstein, Theater, Bahnhof, Pathologie, Schillerstrasse usw. - Einband wenig lädiert. Minimal angestaubt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt

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        DOUBLE PLAY Or, How Joe Hardy chose his friends

      Boston: Lee, Shepard and Dillingham. Very Good. 1871. First Edition. Hardcover. (viii), 244 pages; Clean and secure in original green cloth binding with gilt lettering and gilt image of a baseball and a baseball bat at spine. Faint inscription in pencil on first blank "S.F. Sweetser / from / M. Warren" An attractive example of this scarce baseball novel. This book Double Play was Everett's second novel featuring a baseball theme (the first was Changing Base published in 1868). This book involves a game between the local Starlings baseball club and their challengers The Wide-Awakes from a nearby town. The style of their new pitcher Wheeler is much discussed and there is some play by play description of at least one of the games. William Everett (1839 – 1910) was born in Watertown, Massachusetts, the son of U.S. Secretary of State Edward Everett. He graduated from Harvard University in 1859, from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1863 and from Harvard University's law department in 1865. He tutored at Harvard University from 1870 to 1873, then was promoted to assistant professor of Latin, a position he held till 1877. He became master of Adams Academy in 1878. .

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        Tales of Old Japan. In two volumes. Vol I. Vol II. With Illustrations, drawn and cut on wood by Japanese artists.

      London, macmillan & Co. 1871 - 2 Bde. XII + 277 + 3, VI + 2 + 272 S. OLwd. In engl. Sprache. Mit allen 31 Tafeln. - Ebd. bestossen, tlw. leicht stockfleckig, St. a. Schmutztitel, im Ganzen leichte Gbrsp. - With all 31 plates. - cover a little bumbed, partly foxing, stamp on page before title, overall some signs of use. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anthropométrie ou mesure des différentes facultés de l'homme

      Brussels & Paris: C. Muquardt; J. Bailličre, 1871. Quetelet, Lambert Adolphe Jacques (1796-1874). Anthropométrie ou mesure des différentes facultés de l'homme. 8vo. [7], 6-479pp. 2 folding lithographed plates; wood-engraved text illustrations. Brussels: C. Muquardt; Paris: J. Bailličre & Fils, 1871. 250 x 167 mm. 20th century half cloth, paste paper boards, original printed rear wrapper bound in, front hinge cracked and first signature starting. Minor foxing and toning but a good copy. First Edition, version with 1871 title-page. In this work and in his Physique sociale ou essai sur le developpement des facultés de l'homme (1869), Quetelet established the basis for mathematical study of anthropological data. "Quetelet showed that if a series of anthropological measurements of either physical or intellectual qualities were plotted on squared paper, allowing x to be the measurements and y to be their frequency, they formed a curve like that representing the expansion of the binomial, or like that formed by plotting the errors of a great number of observers [i.e., the Gaussian curve]" (Penniman, p. 105). By applying the mathematics of the Gaussian curve to anthropological data, it became possible to plot the average or "standard" deviation from the statistical average, and thus to interpret anthropological data with greater exactness.In our 1991 catalogue of the Haskell F. Norman library, we had stated that there were two Brussels editions of Quetelet's work, published by C. Muquardt in 1870 and 1871. OCLC shows both the 1870 and 1871 versions of Anthropometrie to have identical collations, and we now believe that the 1870 and 1871 versions represent different states or issues. Garrison-Morton.com 171 (citing 1870 version).

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        Vildanden. Skuespil i fem Akter.

      1871 1871 - Orig. udgave. Kbhvn.: Gyldendalske Boghandel 1884. [4] + 244 s. Ubeskåret eksemplar indbundet med de orig. omslag og guldsnit foroven i smukt privat, let falmet, halvlæder med guldtryk på ryggen. Bindet signeret Anker Kyster. Det orig. foromslag med lille navn, ellers rent og meget velholdt eksemplar.

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        NOTEBOOK OF FELICE BEATO & RAIMUND VON STILLFRIED PHOTOGRAPHS.

      [Japan, n.d. ca. 1871-1883]. Notebook mounted sepia tone photographs, two basic sizes: smallest: 108 each 8.5 x 5 cm, largest: 8 each: 14 x 12 cm., all very good, strong, clear non-faded images, first photo has small tear balance fine. This is a rare collection of Stillfried & Beato photographs. Mounted in a lined paper notebook, no covers, 17.5 x 21 cm., soiled first blank & back cover pages, contents quite clean. Each page has about 6 small images per page, and other pages have a combination of one large with about 3 smaller sized photos, [22 pages] with photos, balance are blanks. A famous photograph is found on page [15], showing four Japanese men pushing a cart ladened with several bails of rice. This is illustrated in to common reference books: Hugh Cortazzi et al: JAPAN CAUGHT IN TIME, photograph 27, attributed to Von Stillfried, in a color version. It is also illustrated in ONCE UPON A TIME, page 79 again in color, but this time with the number 563 in lower right corner, attributed to Felice Beato. Beato had been an early Yokohama photographer in Japan from 1869-1877. The great fire of 1866 had destroyed a large number of his negatives, so he spent a year working diligently to replace all he had lost. Exhausted by 1868, he began to look for other business; in 1877, he sold his stock and archives to Von Stillfried. Therefore this collection has that distinct look of Beato's works, with some likely Von Stillfried added images. The images were available for purchase by foreigners who visited Yokohama and bought some memorial photos, most of which were put into handsome lacqu- er albums. A few other foreigners who had less money to spend just bought selected photos and put them in their own albums, ergo what we have here. Old pen captions read: A memorial of a visit to Yokohama, and a tour of Japan. Entra- nce to a temple; Burial ground; Views of sacred mountain [Mt. Fuji] 9 photos; Street scent in native town; Yokohama; In the rice fields; Silk weaving room; Picking tea leaves; Views of Yokohama; School for Japanese children; Seminary for young ladies [actually a house of prostitution!]. In the interior [native street scenes]; View of Yokio [sic for Tokio]; Railway terminal; the river; Views of Yokohama:rail- way station; gentleman's house. Nagasaki: Town of Nagasaki; seaport town; in the mountains; town hall of Yokohama; Rail- way between Yokohama &c; Then the captions end. Other photos show Kintai Bridge in Iwakuni; waterfalls, leisure boats with Geisha, Kyoto pagoda; Photos of Japanese girls in elab- orate Kimono costume; A street scene with rickshaw pullers before a great merchant's business [dye shop]. More Japanese women, one in a Western dress, others in Kimono; view of a Japanese temple; Japanese coolies being served wine by two women; Women in winter Kimono and scarf; View of Yokohama city and bay from the bluff; women musicans, rickshaw puller and children; girl having her coiffeur done; Various sellers with "yoke" type carriers on their shoulder; one carries load on her head; girls with umbrella; male coiffeur, basket sellers. The great bronze Buddha at Kamakura, temple scenes, Japanse women with dolls; mother and baby; then the very famous photo of pullers of rice bails; children musicians play Shamisen, another plays the Koto. Waterfalls [Nikko], girls sleeping under Futon; Street with many rickshaws before the theatre. Children entertainers and acrobats,girls playing string games; others drink tea; another group of three sing, others play the Shamisen, another musical group play the Tsutsumi drum,Shamisen, and flute. A child studying by oil lamp. Views of Yokohama harbour and the bay with a large number of grand sized Kuro-fune or "Black ships" which were the earliest of sailing vessels to visit Japan. Most have three large sail masts. Antoher shows the quay in Yoko- hama with its stone lanterns; the last shows a very low in the water type sailing ship with center smoke stack, flying the Japanese flag. The last page shows a man with a Japanese head on a box, perhaps a magician, next to that is one show- ing two Japanese criminals with large wooden stocks on their necks, the last shows a Japanese carpenter with a hoe-like tool plaining wood. An exciting work, showing a wide variety of Japanese life, and two famous ports and their environs. People who catalogue Japanese photos do not always give credit to both Beato and Stillfried for some photographs, but rather naively cite just one photographer. Due to the nature of the transfer of the Beato business to Stillfried, there is always a question, as to which person took the photo or made a reprint of it. Nevertheless, this collection is early and quite rare ! A large number of these are not found in the reference books, perhaps they were taken prior to the fire and are thus quite early. See ONCE UPON A TIME: VISIONS OF OLD JAPAN: PHOTOGRAPHS BY FELICE BEATO AND BARON RAIMUND VON STILLFRIED for excellent background information. Beato went to Japan in 1863 where he and Charles Wirgman founded the first Egnlish-language Japanese magazine: JAPAN PUNCH, which later became the FAR EAST, enhanced with actual photographs tipped in. Beato was the first foreign person to establish a photographic business in Yokohama. See also [Helene Bayou]: FELICE BEATO: Et L'ecole de Yokohama for many other excellent photos, and Yokohama Kaikoo Shiryo Kan comp.: F. BEATO BAKUMATSU NIPPON NIHON SHASHIN SHU for other valuable photos and details. Color scans can be sent by email. .

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        GASKELL William 1805 1884 Unitarian minister author and husband of Elizabeth Gaskell

      Autograph Letter Signed ("Wm Gaskell") to "My dear Mr Ashton" [Thomas Ashton, cotton manufacturer and Beatrix Potter's great-uncle], 4 pages 8vo, Plymouth Grove, 12 January 1871.

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        Paris dans les caves.

      Paris, Deforet & Cesar Editeurs, []. 1871 - Groß-4°. 38 cm. 39 Seiten. Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und marmorierten Deckelbezügen. Erste Ausgabe. Französischsprachige Ausgabe. 39 kolorierte Lithographien. Einband leicht berieben, Kanten leicht bestoßen. Circa 3 Seiten mit kleinem Einriss, eine Seite mit hinterlegtem Einriss. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. First edition. French language edition. 39 coloured lithos. Half leather binding. Cover lighty rubbed, cut edges lightly bumped. Circa 3 pages with tears, one page with repaired tear. Nearly fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Anecdotes of a Life on the Ocean being a Portion of the Experiences of Twenty Seven Years Service in many Parts of the World

      First edition. Frontispiece. 8vo. Fine original red pictorial cloth, gilt, with errata slip. viii, 198pp. Montreal: Pr. by John Lovell,

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        NOTEBOOK OF FELICE BEATO & RAIMUND VON STILLFRIED PHOTOGRAPHS.

      - [Japan, n.d. ca. 1871-1883]. Notebook mounted sepia tone photographs, two basic sizes: smallest: 108 each 8.5 x 5 cm, largest: 8 each: 14 x 12 cm., all very good, strong, clear non-faded images, first photo has small tear balance fine. This is a rare collection of Stillfried & Beato photographs. Mounted in a lined paper notebook, no covers, 17.5 x 21 cm., soiled first blank & back cover pages, contents quite clean. Each page has about 6 small images per page, and other pages have a combination of one large with about 3 smaller sized photos, [22 pages] with photos, balance are blanks. A famous photograph is found on page [15], showing four Japanese men pushing a cart ladened with several bails of rice. This is illustrated in to common reference books: Hugh Cortazzi et al: JAPAN CAUGHT IN TIME, photograph 27, attributed to Von Stillfried, in a color version. It is also illustrated in ONCE UPON A TIME, page 79 again in color, but this time with the number 563 in lower right corner, attributed to Felice Beato. Beato had been an early Yokohama photographer in Japan from 1869-1877. The great fire of 1866 had destroyed a large number of his negatives, so he spent a year working diligently to replace all he had lost. Exhausted by 1868, he began to look for other business; in 1877, he sold his stock and archives to Von Stillfried. Therefore this collection has that distinct look of Beato's works, with some likely Von Stillfried added images. The images were available for purchase by foreigners who visited Yokohama and bought some memorial photos, most of which were put into handsome lacqu- er albums. A few other foreigners who had less money to spend just bought selected photos and put them in their own albums, ergo what we have here. Old pen captions read: A memorial of a visit to Yokohama, and a tour of Japan. Entra- nce to a temple; Burial ground; Views of sacred mountain [Mt. Fuji] 9 photos; Street scent in native town; Yokohama; In the rice fields; Silk weaving room; Picking tea leaves; Views of Yokohama; School for Japanese children; Seminary for young ladies [actually a house of prostitution!]. In the interior [native street scenes]; View of Yokio [sic for Tokio]; Railway terminal; the river; Views of Yokohama:rail- way station; gentleman's house. Nagasaki: Town of Nagasaki; seaport town; in the mountains; town hall of Yokohama; Rail- way between Yokohama &c; Then the captions end. Other photos show Kintai Bridge in Iwakuni; waterfalls, leisure boats with Geisha, Kyoto pagoda; Photos of Japanese girls in elab- orate Kimono costume; A street scene with rickshaw pullers before a great merchant's business [dye shop]. More Japanese women, one in a Western dress, others in Kimono; view of a Japanese temple; Japanese coolies being served wine by two women; Women in winter Kimono and scarf; View of Yokohama city and bay from the bluff; women musicans, rickshaw puller and children; girl having her coiffeur done; Various sellers with "yoke" type carriers on their shoulder; one carries load on her head; girls with umbrella; male coiffeur, basket sellers. The great bronze Buddha at Kamakura, temple scenes, Japanse women with dolls; mother and baby; then the very famous photo of pullers of rice bails; children musicians play Shamisen, another plays the Koto. Waterfalls [Nikko], girls sleeping under Futon; Street with many rickshaws before the theatre. Children entertainers and acrobats,girls playing string games; others drink tea; another group of three sing, others play the Shamisen, another musical group play the Tsutsumi drum,Shamisen, and flute. A child studying by oil lamp. Views of Yokohama harbour and the bay with a large number of grand sized Kuro-fune or "Black ships" which were the earliest of sailing vessels to visit Japan. Most have three large sail masts. Antoher shows the quay in Yoko- hama with its stone lanterns; the last shows a very low in the water type sailing ship with center smoke stack, flying the Japanese flag. The l

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        Bancroft's Tourist's Guide, Yosemite, San Francisco and Around the Bay, (South)

      San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1871. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall. 314 pp. Published just two years after the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, which enabled easier and faster travel westward, this pocket travel guide to Yosemite was published "for the ordinary use of the average tourist". In the Preface (dated June, 1871) they point out the merits to this more concise, economical version and go on to state "In a new and fast-growing State, like ours, where railroad companies sometimes lay nearly a league of track a day, it is simply impossible that any publication should remain perfectly accurate in every particular, even for twenty-four hours after its first issue" and offer their thanks in advance to "any traveler, railroad, stage or saddle-train agent, or hotel manager" who submits later information or corrections. Per Currey, pages [7]-71 comprise a guide to Yosemite Valley and the Calaveras, Mariposa, and "southern" giant sequoia groves; it also describes northern routes to the valley with rates for hotels, livery, and guides. The book was reissued in 1872, this is the first 1871 edition. ***DESCRIPTION: Original green cloth with a blind-stamped ruled border on both boards, gilt lettering on the front and spine, 16 mo size (approximately 6.25" tall), pagination: (1)-256, (i)-lviii (publisher's ads), with an additional ad being pasted onto the rear pastedown ("Joseph Gillott's Steel Pens of the Old Standard Quality"). ***CONDITION: Overall in very good condition, with a strong, square text block and solid hinges, the entire volume is free of prior owner markings, it is in the original binding and with all 58 pages of ads in the rear as called for by the bibliographies; a professional restorer has strengthened the binding by inserting new boards and putting the original cloth binding over them, so the binding is now strong and sturdy (name of restorer available upon request); the binding does show the original damp-stains. Note that internally the volume has old damp-staining to the flyleaves and title page, minor damp-staining to the next several pages, with a similar pattern at the rear, with the majority of the text pages being clean and bright. ***CITATION: Cowan pg. 33, Currey 5. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB, and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        The Art of H. Anglada-Camarasa. A Study in Modern Art. [Buch, mit zusätzlicher Originalzeichnung].

      4, 88 S. u. 48 Taf. (1 davon als Frontispiz), Priv.-Pgt. d. Zt. m. gold. Rückenpräg., Kanten tlw. etw. berieben, winziger Riss im Fusssteg des Frontispiz, vereinzelt etw. stockfl. gutes Ex. EA. 1 von 500 Ex. Auf Deckpapier des Frontispiz eine signierte Original-Bleistiftzeichnung (Hüftbild einer Frau, ein Kleinkind tragend, vor Landschaft 16 x 11 cm, unten in Tinte signiert) montiert. Mit Widmung des Künstlers auf Fusssteg des Frontispiz (Muy respetuasamente / a la Senora Dr. O. Salzmann / H. Anglada-Camarasa). - Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa (1871 in Barcelona - 17. Juli 1959 in Pollença) war ein katalanisch-spanischer Maler des Postimpressionismus und des Jugendstils. Anglada Camarasa studierte Malerei an der Escola de Belles Arts de Barcelona (Schule der Schönen Künste in Barcelona) bevor er 1894 nach Paris zog, wo er zunächst unter sehr einfachen Verhältnissen lebte, bevor seine Kunst um die Jahrhundertwende Anerkennung gewann. 1901 eröffnete Anglada Camarasa ein eigenes Atelier in Paris und lehrte später auch an der Académie Vitti. Er nahm an einer großen Kunstausstellung in Dresden teil, gewann mehrere internationale Preise und erlangte vor allem in Italien Erfolg. Er war mit russischen Avantgardekünstlern wie Gorki, Meyerhold und Kandinsky befreundet. Der dekorativ-ornamentale Stil seiner Frauenporträts aus der Zeit vor 1914 weist hingegen jedoch deutliche Parallelen zu den Werken von Gustav Klimt auf. 1914 bis 1936 lebte Anglada Camarasa auf den Balearen. 1936, zu Anfang des Spanischen Bürgerkriegs, musste der bekennende Republikaner und Freimaurer ins Exil nach Südfrankreich gehen, 1948 kehrte er jedoch auf die Balearen zurück, wo er 1959 auch verstarb.

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        Traite de l'education des vers a soie au Japon. Traduit pour la premiere fois du Japonais. Quartrieme edition abrege. Nancy, Sordoillet

      1871 - Fourth edition. 8vo, xvi, 56, [6]pp, original wrappers [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Practical Hints to Emigrants intending to proceed to Tasmania

      and a full description of the several countries and their products; with a paper on local industries.First edition. 12mo. Fine in original printed wrappers. 2ads, 48, 2ads.pp. Hobart Town, Printed for the Tasmanian Government by W. Fletcher,

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        Von Tripolis nach Alexandrien. Beschreibung der im Auftrage Sr. Majestät des Königs von Preussen in den Jahren 1868 und 1869 ausgeführten Reise. 2 Bde. Mit 1 Fotographie als Frontispiz, 2 (davon 1 gefalt. farb.) Karten, 4 farb. lithogr. Tafeln und 4 gefalt. Tabellen.

      Bremen, J. Kühtmann 1871 - 2 Bll., II S. (Vorrede), 1 Bl., 197 S., 1 Bl.; 2 Bll., 148 S. 8°. Braune, marmor. Pp. d. Zt. mit rotem RSchild (Bibliothekseinbände des ausgehenden 19. Jhs.). - Erste Ausgabe. - Dinse 548. - Kainbacher I, S. 115. - Embacher 249f. - Gerhard Rohlfs (1831-1896) gehört zusammen mit Barth und Nachtigal zu den größten deutschen Afrikaforschern und trug wesentlich zur Erforschung der Sahara, Libyens und des Sudan, jedoch auch der westlichen und mittleren Provinzen Marokkos bei. - Vorliegende Ausgabe beschreibt seine Forschungsreise nach Tripolis und die von dort aus unternommene Reise nach Kyrenaika im östlichen Libyen und der Oase des Jupiter Ammon (heute "Oase Siwa") in den Jahren 1868-1869. - Rohlfs "wendete sich, um den bisher noch nicht von ihm besuchten östlichen Theil der großen Wüste kennen zu lernen, nach dem alten Culturlande der Cyrenaica. Er fuhr von Tripolis nach Benghasi, untersuchte die Ruinenstätten der Pentapolis und drang auf wenig begangenen Karawanenpfaden südwärts nach den Oasen Audjila und Djalo vor. Dann zog er am Nordrande der Libyschen Wüste hin, zunächst nach der Oase Siwah mit ihren merkwürdigen Resten antiker Bauwerke, und dann weiter nach Aegypten. Dabei stellte er als Erster das Vorhandensein eines ausgedehnten Depressionsgebietes fest, das erheblich unter den Spiegel des Mittelmeeres herabsinkt. Daneben lernte er auch die an Einfluß stetig zunehmende mohammedanische Brüderschaft der Senussi kennen, welche sich bemüht, die Welt des Islam durch Verschärfung des religiösen Fanatismus vor den Einflüssen der europäischen Cultur zu bewahren. Im Mai 1869 traf er wohlbehalten in Alexandrien ein und kehrte rasch nach Deutschland zurück" (siehe ADB 53, S. 440ff). - Einbände etwas berieben und gering bestoßen. Rücken mit Resten einer Bibliotheks-Nummer. Innen von sehr guter Erhaltung, vereinzelt minimal stockfleckig. Vordere Innenspiegel, Titelei mehrfach gestempelt, wobei die Titelblätter vorderseitig nur durch Blindprägung gestempelt sind, verso jedoch mit datiertem Stempel ("aus dem Bestand. gelöscht"). - Im Gesamteindruck äußerlich ordentliche, innen sehr gut erhaltene, vollständige Ausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Middlemarch A Study of Provincial Life [Complete in four volumes]

      London:: William Blackwood and Sons,, 1871, 1872, 1872, 1873.. First editions, except Vol IV New edition.. Hardcover. VG+. Very good set in refurbished contemporary bindings of green half calf with five raised bands and two spine labels, with marbled boards and endpapers. Half titles present, all edges red. Contents very clean and fresh. Translation rights note at foot of title shaved in Vol I, and lost in Vol III. Some rubbing to boards: spines bright, with good patina. A really very nice set.

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        After all, not to create only : recited by Walt Whitman on invitation of managers, American Institute, on opening their 40th annual exhibition, New York, noon, September 7, 1871

      Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. 8vo: vii,[1],[9]-24,[2]pp. Original dark green FL cloth over beveled boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, plain paper end papers. (BAL notes two bindings, "no sequence established." Ours is binding B, apparently the scarcer of the two. Binding A was of flexible FL cloth (green or terra-cotta). Virtually pristine: fine, bright copy, enclosed in a purpose-made chemise and quarter morocco slipcase. BAL 21405. Wells & Goldsmith, pp. 15-16. Myerson, p. 180-182. First book edition (or second, according to Meyerson) of a poem originally published in broadside format. "This little book, reprinting Whitman's poem that was commissioned for the Managers American Institute Exhibition in New York in 1871, was printed by Roberts Brothers in Boston, and stereotyped by John Wilson and Son in an edition of 2,000 copies; at least 300 copies remained unbound as late as 1889. Whitman eventually retitled the poem "Song of the Exposition" and included it in Leaves of Grass. He issued the book in two different colored bindings, initiating a pattern he would follow with others of his last books--to give readers a choice between dark green and dark red. . . . He was proud of this little book, talking about how "wonderfully neat" it was: "How healthy the print!--the big clean type!" And he found particular significance in the cover: "This is my design--I conceived it." (Folsom, Whitman Making Books/Books Making Whitman) According to Myerson, in 1889 David McKay (then Whitman's publisher) took remainder sheets of the original issue and had them bound in cloth. The first issue flexible cloth binding is common; the second-issue binding in boards is scarce. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fine.

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        聯邦志略 [Renpō shiryaku]. Summary on the United States.

      Tokyo: Kōsa Rōsōkan 江左老皂館 [Yorozuya Hyōshirō 萬屋兵四郎]. 明治辛未 [1871].. Complete in 2 volumes. Volume I: 5 coloured woodblock maps, including one double page coloured map of the world, a map showing the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, another showing the Northern and Southern Hemispheres and a map of the United States. Volume II: 37 maps, two with outline handcolour. Black and white woodblock illustrations in the text in both volumes. Folded sheets 1-47. Volume II: 1-48 + 1. Patterned yellow paper binding soiled in places, lacks title labels. Traditional Japanese 4 hole stab binding. 26 x 18cm. Presented in modern Japanese cloth covered case with toggles. This influential work on the geography and customs of the United States was first published under the title 美理哥合省國志略 [Meilige he sheng guo zhi lue] in Chinese in Singapore in 1838 by American missionary, E.C. Bridgman writing under his Chinese name of Pi Zhiwen 裨治文. With the hope of removing the uncivilised image of the United States, Bridgman had begun writing this book in 1836 and finished it at the end of 1837 with the help of a Chinese man called 梁植 [Liang Zhi]. Following its publication this work became the educated 19th century Chinese persons standard reference for all related to the United States. There are still disputes among the academics with regard to how many Chinese editions of this book exist. However the majority of scholars agree, that besides the first 1838 edition, the other editions are the 1844 Hong Kong edition titled 亚墨利格合众国志略 [Yamolige he zhong guo zhi lue] and the 1861 Shanghai edition 大美联邦志略 [Da mei lian bang zhi lue]. In 1861 the first Japanese edition was published in Shanghai and it immediately proved very popular running to a further six editions over the following 13 years. Mitukuri Genpo 箕作元甫 (1799-1863), an interpreter for the Edo government was responsible for the Japanese reading marks in the text, rendering the Chinese text more readable for the Japanese readership. (学术堂-裨治文与《美理哥合省国志略》, 2016) .

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        Anecdotes of a Life on the Ocean

      John Lovell, Montreal 1871 - being the portion of the experiences of 27 years service in various parts of the world. 198 pp. Early mention of Muscat and Persian Gulf travel. Original gilt pictorial cloth. Slight wear at spine tips and corners. Small tape marks on front free end paper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Méjico desde 1808 hasta 1867

      Imprenta a cargo de D. A. Pérez Dubrull - Estrada, Madrid 1871 - 403,127p; 432, 50 p., 1 h.; 356, 122 p., 1 h.; 350 p. ,1 h., 29 p., 1 h. Tomos I - IV. 22cmx14cm. Tomo I: Con dedicatoria del autor al Marqués de Barranallana; cajos quebrados. Lomos con etiquetas de antiguas bibliotecas y texto con sellos de antigua biblioteca. Encuadernados en pasta dura, lomo en piel con tejuelos y títulos en dorado. Relación de los principales acontecimientos políticos que han tenido lugar desde la prisión del Virrey Iturrigaray hasta la caída del Segundo Imperio. Con una noticia preliminar del sistema general de gobierno que regía en 1808 y del estado en que se hallaba el país en aquel año. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of England. From the accession of James the Second.

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1869–1871 - 8 volumes, octavo (170 x 115 mm). Contemporary red calf, green labels lettered in gilt to spines, gilt decorations to spines in compartments, gilt frames to covers, marbled endpapers and edges. Minor rubbing to extremities, spines uniformly a little faded, top edges dust toned, a couple of small scratches to covers, tiny abrasion to front cover of vol. VI; an excellent set. An attractively bound set of Macaulay's history. "The first historical work deliberately designed to outsell the best-selling novel of the day, Macaulay's book immediately fulfilled its author's aspiration. His colourful style and stirring power of description secured for the History a success such as no historical work in the English language had had since Gibbon. Each volume sold about one hundred and fifty thousands copies within a month of its publication, and the numerous reprints and translations into almost every literary language have perpetuated Macaulay's ideas almost to this day" (PMM 328).

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        聯邦志略 [Renpō shiryaku]. Summary on the United States.

      Tokyo: Kōsa Rōsōkan 江左老皂館 [Yorozuya Hyōshirō 萬屋兵四郎], 明治辛未 [1871]. Complete in 2 volumes. Volume I: 5 coloured woodblock maps, including one double page coloured map of the world, a map showing the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, another showing the Northern and Southern Hemispheres and a map of the United States. Volume II: 37 maps, two with outline handcolour. Black and white woodblock illustrations in the text in both volumes. Folded sheets 1-47. Volume II: 1-48 + 1. Patterned yellow paper binding soiled in places, lacks title labels. Traditional Japanese 4 hole stab binding. 26 x 18cm. Presented in modern Japanese cloth covered case with toggles. This influential work on the geography and customs of the United States was first published under the title 美理哥合省國志略 [Meilige he sheng guo zhi lue] in Chinese in Singapore in 1838 by American missionary, E.C. Bridgman writing under his Chinese name of Pi Zhiwen 裨治文.With the hope of removing the uncivilised image of the United States, Bridgman had begun writing this book in 1836 and finished it at the end of 1837 with the help of a Chinese man called 梁植 [Liang Zhi]. Following its publication this work became the educated 19th century Chinese persons standard reference for all related to the United States. There are still disputes among the academics with regard to how many Chinese editions of this book exist. However the majority of scholars agree, that besides the first 1838 edition, the other editions are the 1844 Hong Kong edition titled 亚墨利格合众国志略 [Yamolige he zhong guo zhi lue] and the 1861 Shanghai edition 大美联邦志略 [Da mei lian bang zhi lue].In 1861 the first Japanese edition was published in Shanghai and it immediately proved very popular running to a further six editions over the following 13 years. Mitukuri Genpo 箕作元甫 (1799-1863), an interpreter for the Edo government was responsible for the Japanese reading marks in the text, rendering the Chinese text more readable for the Japanese readership. (学术堂-裨治文与《美理哥合省国志略》, 2016) (When referring to this item please quote stockid 159023).

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        Visits to High Tartary Yarkand and Kashghar

      (Formerly Chinese Tartary) and a Return Journey over the Karakoram Pass. First edition. 2 folding maps & 14 plates & illustrations in the text. 8vo. Modern half calf, bookplate to front free endpaper. xiv, 486,1, 16[ads dated Nov. 1871]pp. London,

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        After all, not to create only : recited by Walt Whitman on invitation of managers, American Institute, on opening their 40th annual exhibition, New York, noon, September 7, 1871

      Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First Edition. Cloth. Fine. 8vo: vii,[1],[9]-24,[2]pp. Original dark green FL cloth over beveled boards, upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, plain paper end papers. (BAL notes two bindings, "no sequence established." Ours is binding B, apparently the scarcer of the two. Binding A was of flexible FL cloth (green or terra-cotta). Virtually pristine: fine, bright copy, enclosed in a purpose-made chemise and quarter morocco slipcase. BAL 21405. Wells & Goldsmith, pp. 15-16. Myerson, p. 180-182. First book edition (or second, according to Meyerson) of a poem originally published in broadside format. "This little book, reprinting Whitman's poem that was commissioned for the Managers American Institute Exhibition in New York in 1871, was printed by Roberts Brothers in Boston, and stereotyped by John Wilson and Son in an edition of 2,000 copies; at least 300 copies remained unbound as late as 1889. Whitman eventually retitled the poem "Song of the Exposition" and included it in Leaves of Grass. He issued the book in two different colored bindings, initiating a pattern he would follow with others of his last books-to give readers a choice between dark green and dark red. . . . He was proud of this little book, talking about how "wonderfully neat" it was: "How healthy the print!-the big clean type!" And he found particular significance in the cover: "This is my design-I conceived it." (Folsom, Whitman Making Books/Books Making Whitman) According to Myerson, in 1889 David McKay (then Whitman's publisher) took remainder sheets of the original issue and had them bound in cloth. The first issue flexible cloth binding is common; the second-issue binding in boards is scarce. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Desperate Remedies. A Novel.

      Tinsley Brothers, London., 1871. First edition. The author's first novel, published anonymously. Octavo. Three volumes: pp vi, 304; [vi], 291; vi, 274. Fine late 19th Century bindings by Stikeman & Co. of three-quarter red morocco with raised bands, gilt decoration, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. Bound with the half-titles. Original cloth bound in at the end of each respective volume. From the library of the prominent New York homeopathic doctor, John F. Talmage, with his armorial bookplate on the front pastedown of each volume.There is some discoloration to the last page of each volume caused by the bound-in cloth. Small stain to fore-edge of first volume. Near fine and attractively bound.

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        The Adventures of a Woman in Search of Her Rights

      1871. Illustrated Anti-Suffrage Tale of a Woman in "Search of Her Rights" Claxton, Florence [1839-1879]. The Adventures of a Woman in Search of Her Rights: Containing Nearly One Hundred Original Drawings by the Author, Which Have Been Reproduced in Fac-Simile by the Graphotype Process of Engraving. Boston and New York: Lee & Shepard, [1871]. [1], [16] ff. Content is a series of illustrations with caption texts. Oblong octavo (8" x 13-1/4"). Stiff full-color pictorial boards, recent pebbled-cloth spine, advertisements (for household products) to verso of rear board, text re-cased. Light soiling, moderate rubbing to extremities with some wear and chipping to corners, light toning to margins of interior. An attractive copy of a scarce title. $1,850. * Later edition. Trained by her father, the painter Marshall Claxton, Florence Caxton enjoyed a successful career as a book and magazine illustrator. She was the first woman to produce a woodblock cut for publication. She often worked alongside with her sister, Adelaide, who was also trained by her father. Both sisters had similar styles, and sometimes worked together, often caricaturing British society. First published in London the 1860s (in an undated edition), The Adventures of a Woman in Search of Her Rights, a satirical view of the role of women, was Florence's last book. The protagonist pursues a traditional male education centered on the writings of John Stuart Mill, which destroys her looks. Since she is now ugly, she must make her way as first a lawyer, then a politician and finally a doctor. Failing at all three professions, she emigrates to the United States and marries the polygamous leader of the Latter Day Saints, Brigham Young. The last two illustrations are of a letter to "Mrs. Brigham Young," and an attractive young woman rising from her slumber, who says: "Thank goodness it's only a midsummer night's dream and I'm not emancipated."

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        Patent of nobility donated by Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) to Wasa Ritter von Stoikovics (Kubin, Hungary 1808-?) for his loyal services at the siege of Ofen (Budapest) in 1849.

      Holy Roman Empire, Vienna d.d. 8 March 1871. Full purple velvet, front cover decorated with gold embossed imperial coat-of-arms. Good condition. 37x28 cm. Silk endpapers, 8 pages on vellum. Printed decorative margins, text handwritten, with a hand painted coat-of-arms in colour and the original signature of Franz Joseph I. The imperial wax seal is attached by the gold cloth rope of the binding, in a disc shaped wooden case. The seal is cracked. This patent of nobility confirms the handwritten letter of 10 June 1850, which conferred the status of Knight (Ritter) to the recipient. Wasa Stoikovics served the Austrian Empire as soldier and became 'oberstleutenant. He deserved his nobility in the year 1849 at the defense of the Festung Ofen and was decorated with the Order of the Iron Crown third class, which also meant that he recieved the noble title of Ritter. 21 years after recieving this order, the nobility and his coat of arms are confirmed with this patent of nobility. The siege of Ofen took place from 4-21 May 1849. 5000 soldiers in Austrian service fought against 30.000 rebellious Hungarians who tried to take over the Festung during the War of Independence which followed the Hungarian revolution of 1848. The couragious but small army withstood the vigorous attacks for 17 days. Ofen is the German word for Buda, the western part of Budapest. Wasa Stoikovics is also mentioned to command the Theiszer Kron- und Gross-Kikindaer-Districts-Freiwilligen-Battalion in Italy in 1859. The order of the Iron Crown originally was a Napoleonic order, but was reestablished as an Austrian Order of the same name after the fall of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy in 1815. H191

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        Select Specimens of the Theatre of the Hindus

      London: Trübner & Co., 1871. Translated from the original Sanskit. 2 volumes, octavo. Bound in full vellum, two black labels, titles and decoration to spines gilt, rules and centre designs to boards gilt, marbled endpapers, edges dyed yellow. Some light wear to boards with a shall split to the top of volume I spine, otherwise clean copies in very good condition. Third edition.

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        Patent of nobility donated by Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) to Wasa Ritter von Stoikovics (Kubin, Hungary 1808-?) for his loyal services at the siege of Ofen (Budapest) in 1849.

      Holy Roman Empire, Vienna d.d. 8 March 1871. Full purple velvet, front cover decorated with gold embossed imperial coat-of-arms. Good condition. 37x28 cm. Silk endpapers, 8 pages on vellum. Printed decorative margins, text handwritten, with a hand painted coat-of-arms in colour and the original signature of Franz Joseph I. The imperial wax seal is attached by the gold cloth rope of the binding, in a disc shaped wooden case. The seal is cracked. This patent of nobility confirms the handwritten letter of 10 June 1850, which conferred the status of Knight (Ritter) to the recipient. Wasa Stoikovics served the Austrian Empire as soldier and became 'oberstleutenant. He deserved his nobility in the year 1849 at the defense of the Festung Ofen and was decorated with the Order of the Iron Crown third class, which also meant that he recieved the noble title of Ritter. 21 years after recieving this order, the nobility and his coat of arms are confirmed with this patent of nobility. The siege of Ofen took place from 4-21 May 1849. 5000 soldiers in Austrian service fought against 30.000 rebellious Hungarians who tried to take over the Festung during the War of Independence which followed the Hungarian revolution of 1848. The couragious but small army withstood the vigorous attacks for 17 days. Ofen is the German word for Buda, the western part of Budapest. Wasa Stoikovics is also mentioned to command the Theiszer Kron- und Gross-Kikindaer-Districts-Freiwilligen-Battalion in Italy in 1859. The order of the Iron Crown originally was a Napoleonic order, but was reestablished as an Austrian Order of the same name after the fall of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy in 1815. H191.

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        THE SCIENCE OF MONEY. A GREAT TRUTH. GOLD LEGAL TENDER, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, BALANCE OF TRADE, FAVORABLE OR UNFAVORABLE BALANCE OF EXCHANGE. ALL SIMPLIFIED AND MADE CLEARLY MANIFEST

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1871. First Edition. Half Leather. Very Good+ binding. W. B. Partee, a New Orleans banker, debates the proper use of gold as the standard for currency, the elimination of the national debt, and other such topics which have relevance to our national debate today. Partee, wrote under the pseudonym

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        Poezdka po Kitaiskoi granitse ot Altaia do Tarbagataia.

      

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        Atlas of Strafford County, New Hampshire. From actual Surveys, drawn and published by Sanford & Everts

      Sanford & Everts, Philadelphia 1871 - First Edition. Folio. Original quarter leather covered in light brown cloth, gilt lettering and blind decoration to front cover. Color cadastral maps of Strafford County, New Hampshire. 32 plates total, AÐQ: 13 town maps and 19 village maps. Single page maps 13 x 16 1/2 inches, double page maps 26 x 16 1/2 inches. Maps on separate sheets. Includes County Plan, Tables of Distances, Statistics, Directories, and Histories and Descriptions (by Towns). Good, cover attached but by a thread, significant wear to spine and minor wear to cloth; very good maps but staining to some pages (see map of Dover). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Anecdotes of a Life on the Ocean

      Montreal: John Lovell, 1871. First. Hardcover. VG. being the portion of the experiences of 27 years service in various parts of the world. 198 pp. Early mention of Muscat and Persian Gulf travel. Original gilt pictorial cloth. Slight wear at spine tips and corners. Small tape marks on front free end paper.

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        Poems by Thomas Hood.

      E. Moxon, London., 1871. First edition thus: illustrated with 22 exquisite engravings by Birket Foster. Quarto. pp viii, 109, [1] adverts. 22 plates. Fine period binding by H. Sotheran of full straight-grain morocco with raised bands, gilt decoration and rules, all edges gilt.A bit of foxing here and there, otherwise fine.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [together with] Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1871 & 1883. 2 works, quarto (176 x 116 mm). Finely bound in 20th-century red morocco by Sangorski and Sutclife, titles and "Alice" motifs to spines gilt, raised bands, twin rule to boards gilt, "Alice" devices to boards, inner dentelles gilt, gilt edges. Illustrated throughout by Sir John Tenniel. Bookplates to front blanks, the occasional minor blemish, spines a little faded, an excellent set. Early editions, Alice in Wonderland is the 27th thousand and Through the Looking-Glass is the 53rd thousand. A handsomely bound set.

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        THE SCIENCE OF MONEY. A GREAT TRUTH. GOLD LEGAL TENDER, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, BALANCE OF TRADE, FAVORABLE OR UNFAVORABLE BALANCE OF EXCHANGE. ALL SIMPLIFIED AND MADE CLEARLY MANIFEST

      J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia 1871 - Octavo. W. B. Partee, a New Orleans banker, debates the proper use of gold as the standard for currency, the elimination of the national debt, and other such topics which have relevance to our national debate today. Partee, wrote under the pseudonym "Nomistake" -- his wife had inherited "No-mistake Plantation" in the Mississippi delta. This treatise, published in 1871, is scarce, with only two copies found in OCLC, both in the UK. This copy, appropriately enough, was deaccessioned by the U. S. Treasury Department. Handsomely bound in half-morocco and marbled boards. Small amount of loss to bottom corner of the front free marbled endpaper. Very Good+ binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Legal Correspondence, Documents, and Other Papers of Attorney William

      1871. Records of a Lawyer in West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1871-1901 [Manuscript Archive]. Hayes, William M. [Legal Correspondence, Documents, and Other Papers of Attorney William M. Hayes of Chester County, Pennsylvania]. West Chester, PA, And elsewhere, 1871-1901. 63 items comprising approximately 77 pages, sizes range from 5" x 3" to 14" x 8-1/2." Manuscript in ink to most rectos and versos. Light to moderate toning, fold lines, minor wear and soiling. $750. * This archive includes incoming and outgoing correspondence and other papers kept by attorney William M. Hayes of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Highlights include three letters by James F. Wood [1813-1883], the first Catholic archbishop of Philadelphia, concerning a church established for the benefit of factory laborers and an affecting letter from a semi-literate client who can't pay his bill. Seven legal documents seen within the collection include a paper book, a release, the texts for two auction announcements and a deed containing a plat map. It also includes receipts, canceled checks and other financial papers. A distinguished citizen of West Chester, Hayes was the father of Prof. John Russell Hayes of Swarthmore College, president of the West Chester Electric Railway, solicitor for the Wilmington and Northern Railroad Co. and a prominent Freemason.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Sarajewo, 3. I. 1871. - 8 SS. auf 4 Bll. Gr.-4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten, der ihn offensichtlich um einen Lebenslauf gebeten hatte, den Blau nun sehr ausführlich und detailreich ausführt: "[.] Geboren zu Nordhausen (Prov. Sachsen) am 21. April 1828 empfieng [sic] ich in der Taufe die Namen Ernst Otto Friedrich Hermann. Meine Pathen, der Gymnasialdirektor und Lexicograph D. Fr. Krafft, der Conrektor und Urkundenforscher E. G. Förstemann, und eine Schwester des Orientalisten W. Gesenius mögen mir schon als erstes Angebinde den Keim zum künftigen Gelehrten in die Wiege mitgegeben haben. Mein Vater, damaliger Gymnasiallehrer, jetziger Superintendent, selbst [ph]ilologischer und theologischer Schriftsteller (Griech. Formenlehre von Chr. Fr. Blau, Nordhausen 1830) unterrichtete mich bis zum 14. Lebensjahre, Gründlichkeit und Vielseitigkeit verbindend [.]".

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        Armenprotocoll zu Ording 1871 (Deckeltitel). Ording, 1871-1914. 80 hs. Bll., 98 w. Bll. Folio. Hldr. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Titel auf VDeckel und 2 Schließbändern (bestoßen, etw. fleckig, 1 Schließband lädiert).

       1871 Handschriftliches Protokoll der Armenverwaltung in Ording von 1871 bis 1914 mit diversen Unterschriften von Stöhrmann, Dircks, Jacobsen, Peters, Schumann, Reimers, Frahm, Lünemann, Clausen, Schröder u.v.a. Notiert sind Statuten, Verhandlungen und Beschlüsse, \'Verzeichnis der Armencapitalien\' sowie Verzeichnis der Einwohner die das \'Armengeld eincassirt haben\', Vorsitzende der Verwaltung waren meist Herren der Familie Stöhrmann.- Teils etwas fingerfleckig in unterer Aussenecke, meist schwach feuchtrandig in weißen Außensteg. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Il Duomo di Milano rappresentato in sessantaquattro tavole e illustrato da cenni storici e descrittivi. Seconda edizione accresciuta.

      Pietro e Giuseppe Vallardi, 1871. In-folio imperiale (cm. 47), legatura coeva in m. pelle e punte con titolo e filetti in oro ai comparti dorso, taglio superiore dorato, risguardi marmorizzati; pp. 33 [11] con in fine una descrizione delle illustrazioni anche in tedesco, 1 frontespizio e 64 tavole in rame f.t., per lo più a doppia pagina, fresche e in perfetto stato. All'opera, concepita e promossa da Giuseppe Vallardi, collaborarono studiosi e valenti artisti dell'epoca, tra cui F. Zuccari, G. d'Adda, L. Cagnola, A. Nava e G. De Castro. Cfr. Meneghina 398. Ottimo esemplare.

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        [AUSTRALIA] Австралия. История открытия и колонизации растения и животные пятой части света

      St. Petersburg : E. Likhachev and A. Suvorin, 1871. Octavo, contemporary quarter calf over marbled papered boards (rubbed), spine lettered Австралия and with nineteenth century label with manuscript collection number, front pastedown and title with nineteenth century Russian collection stamps of the Totemsky District teachers' seminary library, title also with (original bookseller's?) manuscript note and price in rubles, 394 pp, 106 lithographic illustrations and maps, occasional foxing, a good copy. Russian translation of Ferguson, 8182, Christmann's Australien. Geschichte der Entdeckungsreisen und der Kolonisation (Leipzig : Otto Spamer, 1870). A survey of the discovery, exploration, ethnology and natural history of Australia. One of the earliest books specifically about Australia to be printed in Russian. Unrecorded in Australian collections.

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        Atlas d'anatomie pathologique. Texte par M. Lancereaux. Atlas par le Dr. Lancereaux et M. Lackerbauer. (2 volumes).

      Paris, Victor Masson et Fils, 1871 - Paris, Victor Masson et Fils, 1871; 2 volumes in-4 : 1 vol. de texte in-4 (265 x 183 mm), XI, 552 pp., 51 figures dans le texte et 1 atlas in-4 (268 x 190 mm), (4) pp., 60 planches accompagnées chacune d'un feuillet explicatif, (3) ff ; (table) ; demi-chagrin à coins rouge de l'époque, dos à nerfs, tête dorée, quelques traces de frottement, une coiffe supérieure endommagée, quelques rousseurs, très bon état. Seule édition, assez rare. Le but des auteurs était de proposer un atlas d'anatomie pathologique plus pratique et moins onéreux que ceux de Cruveilhier et de Lebert. Le but de Lancereaux était aussi de fournir une étude actualisée et, bien que concise, la plus complète possible, avec l'aspect macroscopique et histologique des lésions, la corrélation anatomo-clinique, des notions étiologiques et pathogéniques, et le diagnostic différentiel. Le volume de texte comporte l'étude des principales lésions, classées par appareil et par organe. Lancereaux expose les observations anatomo-cliniques correspondant aux lésions illustrées sur les planches de l'atlas. Cet atlas comporte 60 planches lithographiées en couleurs par Lackerbauer, avec plusieurs figures par planches, illustrant fidèlement les lésions macroscopiques et histologiques. Cet ouvrage fut très bien accueilli ; il fit l'objet de longues et élogieuses analyses dans les principales revues médicales françaises, et il fut traduit en anglais en 1880. Il fut couronné à la fois par l'Institut (Prix Monthyon, 1872) et par la Faculté de médecine (Prix Châteauvillard, 1874). Certaines observations sont novatrices ou ont été remarquées (cf. références ci-dessous). Etienne Lancereaux (1829-1910) devint médecin des hôpitaux et professeur agrégé de médecine à la Faculté de médecine de Paris. Il fut membre de l'Académie de médecine (président en 1903). C'était un adepte de la méthode anatomo-clinique. Il n'obtint pas la chaire d'anatomie pathologique qu'il souhaitait et qui fut attribuée à Charcot, infiniment moins expérimenté que lui en histopathologie. Charles Robin, titulaire de la chaire d'histologie, n'hésita pas à affirmer : "Il n'y a que cette brute de Lancereaux qui sache l'anatomie pathologique, nous allons nommer Charcot qui n'y connait rien." Peter Lackerbauer (1823-1872) fut un illustrateur scientifique et médical très renommé. Il avait déjà dessiné les planches du traité danatomie pathologique de Lebert. Références : Goldschmid : Entwicklung und bibliographie der pathologisch-anatomischen abbildung, 206 ; McHenry LC: Garrison's history of neurology, p. 179 ; Lorber J : The Incidence and Nature of Intracranial Calcifications after Tuberculous Meningitis, Arch Dis Child. 1952, 27, 542¿551 ; Bacq Y : Acute fatty liver of pregnancy, Seminars in perinatology, 1998, 22(2), 134-140 ; Smillie IS: Diseases of the knee joint, pp.199-200 ; Faria M et al. : Acute tuberculous cholecystitis, BHJ, 2003 ; Waller 5536. © S.A.S. Jean-Pierre Aubert, 2017. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        O podchinenii zhenshchiny . perevod s angli?iskago pod redaktsieiu i s predisloviem G .E. Blagosvetlova. Izdanie vtoroe.

      - Saint Petersburg, A. Morigerobskii, 1871. 8vo. Contemporary Russian half-morocco over marbled boards, spine lettered ingilt and with raised bands; pp. xix, 304; light wear to corners, brown-spotted in parts, a few underlinigns in crayon and pencil; contemporary Russian ownership inscription to front fly-leaf and title. Second edition in Russian, a new translation of Mill's seminal Subjection of Women, a text which gained added poignancy in the Russian autocracy with an established church. Mill's book had appeared first in Russian in 1869, a virtually unobtainable edition. Mill had a feminist contact in Russia, the leader of the women's liberation movement Mariia Vasilevna Trubnikova, who informed him that the progressive women pushed for an all-female university. He wrote to the group of women lead by Trubnikova that Russia would 'prove that a nation relatively recently civilized grasps the ideas of ameliorizatioj sooner than the older ones' (Stites, The Women's Liberation Movement in Russia, p. 73). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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