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        Roughing It.

      American Publishing Co., Hartford, Conn 1872 - State B of p. 242, with ad on p.592, double frontispieces, 591(1)pp., bound in dark black-brown pictorial gilt cloth, decorative gilt spine, peach endpapers with triple fly leaves, chipping to spine ends, very light corner wear, rear hinge cracking, gilt on spine fading, some toning to leaves, previous owner’s name George B. Twitchell, was a surgeon in the Massachusetts Light Artillery. A very good copy. [BAL 3337] Size: Large Octavo [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA]
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        A Handbook of the Birds of Egypt

      London: John Van Voorst 1872 - A review of the birds previously recoarded or collected by the author on his travels to Egypt, up the Nile from Alexandria to the Second Cataract with an excursion to Faroom. Fourteen fine handcolored lithographs by J.G. Keuleman (Plate XIV bound out of order). Crudely rebacked, pp.103-106 loose. Marginal notations in ink by previous owner W.G. Van Dyck. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Punch Staff Papers:

      Sydney: Gordon and Gotch,, 1872. a Collection of Tales, Sketches, &c., in Prose and Verse, by the members of the Staff of Sydney Punch. Octavo (214 × 133 mm).. Recent half calf, marbled sides. Lithographed decorative title and 9 lithograph plates (including one of Sydney Harbour). Marginal stain to inscribed leaf, a few leaves a little tired but a very good copy. First edition and uncommon, just 6 locations outside of Australasia on OCLC. Presentation copy from one of the contributors, inscribed on the original front free endpaper: "Leslie Stephen from Harold W. H. Stephen, Sydney, N.S.W., 1873". H. W. H. Stephen (1841-1889) was a writer and, for a brief period, editor of the Sydney Punch; he contributes two pieces to the present work: "My Dream" (a poem) and a ghost story, "Hans von Schloggenbochs". The recipient is presumably Sir Leslie Stephen (1832-1904). author, literary critic, and first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography.

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        RIVISTA ARCHEOLOGICA DELLA PROVINCIA DI COMO Antichità e arte.

      Como, Longatti/Ostinelli/Soc. Archeologica Comense, 1872-1933. In-8 gr., brossura con illustrazioni nel testo e numerose tavole f.t., più volte ripieg. Offriamo una raccolta di 97 fascicoli di questa importante pubblicazione: dal n. 1 (marzo 1872) al n. 107 (1933). "Mancano 10 fascicoli", dal n. 86 (1924) al n. 95 (1928). Nata semestrale, a partire dal 1877 la rivista diventa annuale. La raccolta comprende anche 2 Indici generali: il primo (relativo ai fascicoli 1/44, 1872-1901) è costituito dal n. 45 della rivista; il secondo (fascicoli 46/82, 1902-1922) è un vol. a sè stante, qui in ristampa anastatica. A partire dal n. 46 (1902), la rivista prende il nome di "Rivista archeologica della Provincia e antica Diocesi di Como". Nel ns. esempl. i primi 40 fascicoli sono in ristampa anastatica (tiratura di 5/600 es.), raccolti in 4 voll., mentre i restanti 57 sono in edizione originale. Molto ben conservati.

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        On the Origin of the Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life

      London John Murray 1872. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Slight edge-rubbing to cover. Previous owner inscription to fep. Some neat underlining Sixth Edition (Thirteenth thousand) Black hardback tooled leather cover 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5"). xxi, 458pp. fold out diagram. The first edition where the term "evolution" is used.

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        Through the Looking-Glass

      Macmillan and Co, London 1872 - First Edition, First Printing with the First Issue point "Wade" printed on page 21 that was changed to "Wabe" on later editions. The book is bound in the ORIGINAL publishers' Red Cloth. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION housed in a custom folding slipcase for preservation. We buy Lewis Carroll First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gideon Welles takes issue with assertions made in Ward Lamon's account of the formation of Lincoln's cabinet. He then directs his ire toward Thurow Weed, whom he admitted had " some talent, " but dismissed him as " a desperate and unscrupulous party intriguer. "

      Hartford, July 1, 1872. 5" x 8". "Autograph Letter (unsigned), 4 pages, 5"" x 8"", Hartford, July 1, 1872, to [David Davis (1815-1886)], concerning claims by Lincoln biographer Ward Lamon concerning the formation of Lincoln's cabinet. Fine condition. A fascinating letter to Davis in which Welles takes issue with several assertions made by Ward Lamon in his recently published biography of Lincoln: The Life of Abraham Lincoln; From his Birth to his Inauguration as President. Welles writes in full: ""In looking over the pages of Lamon's 'Life of Abraham Lincoln', which I have done with great interest, not unmixed with sorrow and regret, there were one or two statements which conflicted with my previous impressions. On page 458 Lamon states that Presdt. Lincoln did actually 'offer the Treasury Depart. To Mr. [James] Guthrie of Kentucky', or authorize Mr. Speed to do so. The fact, if so, is new to me, for Mr Lincoln in two or three conversations with me on the subject of the formation of his Cabinet made no allusion to the circumstance. Again, Lamon says on the same page 'he commissioned Thurlow Weed to place a seat in the Cabinet at the disposal of Mr. [John A.] Gilmer of North Carolina.' Mr. Lincoln said to me, that in making up his Cabinet, he desired, very much, to have one good, reliable man from the South of the number; and he named Stephens, Gilmer and one or two others, his preference being the former, but he found the whole thing impracticable. He also wished to have men of both the old parties, whigs and democrats in their antecedents. To this, Weed and those whom he represented objected, except they favored Cameron and did not oppose Judd. The Auburn policy was a Cabinet composed mainly of men of Whig antecedents - in plain words a Seward Cabinet rather than a Lincoln cabinet. Weed was particularly anxious to exclude me, but the President said on the day succeeding his election he had made up the frame work of his Cabinet including myself - that this frame work was essentially that of his cabinet as finally appointed - there was some changes and modifications, but that his selection for New England he never changed. To some extent he was complicated by arrangements and understandings of some of his friends. Weed was intrusive and gave him some trouble, from a belief that he (W.) could make a better cabinet for him, than he could for himself. You and Mr Seward , he said were his confidants and managed affairs with Weed as well as others. As I am tolerably well posted in the affairs of that period, and as the two statements referred to were unknown to me until I saw them in Lamon's book - and as it is difficult to reconcile them with some other facts, I should be glad to learn from you whether, to your knowledge, Mr Guthrie was offered the Treasury Depart[ment] or whether Thrulow Weed was ever commissioned to place a set in the cabinet at the disposal of Mr Gilmore. The first would have been to his credit ?" the last would not. For Weed with some talent was a desperate and unscrupulous party intriguer[.]"" Lamon's claim that Lincoln had offered the post at Treasury to James Guthrie of Kentucky was corroborated by James Speed in an interview with William Herndon. Speed confirmed the same personally in a letter to Welles on August 8, 1872. Lincoln, not wishing to address Guthrie directly to avoid any potential embarrassment to the latter, chose Speed to make the offer who lived in the same town as Guthrie. (See Speed, interview with Herndon, [1865-66], Douglas L. Wilson and Rodney O. Davis, eds., Herndon's Informants: Letters, Interviews, and Statements about Abraham Lincoln, 1998, p. 475; Joshua Speed to Gideon Welles, Louisville, 8 August 1872, Abraham Lincoln Collection, Beinecke Library, Yale University) As to the claim that Lincoln had offered a cabinet post to John A. Gilmer, it would appear there was a good deal of truth to this claim as well. Gilmer, then Chairman of the House Committee on Elections and one of the few southerners to reject the pro-slavery Lecompton Constitution for Kansas, appeared to Lincoln the best candidate, and in December 1860, Lincoln invited him to Springfield, but did not state the reason for the visit. Gilmer, not realizing that he was being offered a cabinet position, declined to undertake the journey, writing to Lincoln, ""Such a visit would I apprehend not be useful to either of us, or the country."" (Gilmore to Lincoln, December 19, 1860, Lincoln Papers, Library of Congress) After Gilmer returned to Washington following the Christmas recess, Weed and Seward urged him to accept the appointment, but to no avail. Welles was correct in that Weed did oppose his appointment to the Cabinet, but Lincoln refused to alter his choice, citing the fact that he had reserved the choice of a New England appointee to Hamlin. Accompanied by a carte-de-visite size photograph portrait of Welles from the collection of Frederick Hill Maserve."

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        The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

      London: John Murray, 1872. vi, 374, 4, 7 plates (3 folding), 21 text figs. 8vo. HB. Orig. cloth, gt, minor wear to corners and spine ends; rear inner hinge cracked but firm; small blind stamp of 'W.H. Smith & Son, Strand, London' to end-paper. Very good copy. 1st edition, but bound without the first blank leaf (?); last signatures 2B2, 2C3, with 2B1 and 2C1 signed; 'that' correctly spelt on page 208, and points as noted by Freeman for the first issue on the first page of publisher's adverts. Variant with plates numbered in Roman (except for plate 7, which in this copy is un-numbered). Pp. vi, 374, 4 (publisher's advertisements), 7 heliotype plates (3 folding), 21 woodcuts in text. [Freeman 1141]..

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        A Journey through the Caucasus and the Interior of Persia

      London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1872. 1st Edition . Near Fine. 5.75 x 8.25 inches (14.5 x 21 cm). High quality brown cloth rebind exactly matching the original, gilt lettering to spine, black ruled border to boards, bevelled board edges. Very clean text throughout, fold out map. Presentation inscription from the author to the title page (in pencil). The author left Britain in 1865 and spent several years living in Iran, also travelling through Turkey, Georgia and Armenia. A first class example of a very scarce title. . Hardback. Printed pages: x, 304 + [2] ads

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

      London: Macmillan & Co, 1872. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Macmillan and Co., 1872. First edition, early printing with 'Thirty-Sixth Thousand" on title page. A lovely copy, that seems to have benefited from some neat restoration work. New end papers. Foxing and reading wear to pages. Short, thin split at spine cloth at head. A very nice, early copy of this classic, restored with care.

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        Erewhon or Over the Range

      Trubner & Co, London 1872 - Hardcover. FIRST EDITION. FIRST BOOK. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR. An excellent presentation copy, inscribed by Butler: "H.T. Gillson 1 Hans Court Temple from the Author" on the title page. Only a very few presentation copies of Erewhon are known, due to the book having been published anonymously. Samuel Butler (1835-1902) was an important writer and satirist perhaps best known for this book and for The Way of All Flesh. Erewhon was a satire on Victorian society and also revealed Butler's interest in Darwin's theory of evolution. The recipient, Henry Thomas Gillson (1837-1929) was one of Butler's close friends a his confidant when they attended St. John's College Cambridge, together. He later became a solicitor and occasional writer. His chambers in the Temple were near Butler's own in Clifford's Inn. Unlike Butler, Gillson was married and had a family. Bound in original brown cloth beveled boards with gilt title to spine and black title with decoration to front board. Slight wear to spine ends and corners but covers are exceptionally nice. Tender hinges not affecting text block. Some aging to pages but interior is otherwise very clean. In near fine condition. Housed in a custom morocco backed cloth box. Staining to lower edges of box boards otherwise very good. 246 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Zanzibar; City, Island, and Coast

      London: Tinsley Brothers, 1872. 1st ed. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 vols. folding map, 4 plans, 11 plates, xii, 503, vi, 519p. Hardcover in original chocolate brown cloth with gilt stamped design of an Indian on front covers. 23cm. Corners frayed. Recased with new inner hinges. Original endpapers preserved. Other restoration includes releasing the free front endpapers from the pastedowns along the gutter areas. Minor chipping and tears at ends of backstrip have been repaired. Binder's conservation report laid in. INSCRIBED in Lady Burton's hand ("To Dear Uncle Robert with the best love of Richard and Puss Burton, January 22, 1872. Garswood") on the free front endpaper in Volume I. From the John Ralph Willis Collection of Africana with his bookplate on the front pastedowns. We sold this book to Professor Willis in 1994 and re-purchased it after his death at the February 2010 Heritage auction of many of his African books. The Heritage description noted that Richard and Isabel Burton were married at Garwood, her Uncle Robert's home, in 1861 and that the Burtons stayed with or relied upon financial help from Isabel's Uncle Robert from time to time when their financial situation became particularly dire.

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        AVVENTURE D'ALICE NEL PAESE DELLE MERAVIGLIE

      - CARROLL,LEWIS. (ITALIAN) LE AVVENTURE D'ALICE NEL PAESE DELLE MERAVIGLIE. Londra: Macmillan 1872. 8vo, red cloth, top edge gilt, near fine. 1st edition. "Another form of the first issue, the covers lack the gold lines around the border." (WMGC 85 theorize that 1st issue sheets were bound at a later time without the gold rule). Translated by T. Pietrocola - Rossetti and illustrated in black & white by Tenniel. In this edition the tickets on the Mad Hatter's Hat and the "Drink me" labels have been translated into Italian (not done on the French or German editions). A beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE CHOCTAW NATION VS. THE UNITED STATES: IS AN AWARD AGAINST THE UNITED STATES, MADE UNDER A TREATY THAT DECLARES IT SHALL BE FINAL, BINDING UPON THE CONSCIENCE OF THE NATION?

      Washington: David M'Intosh, printer, 1872. 8vo. 205 pp. Bound with: (Pike, Luther H.) IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WARD H. LAMON, ET AL., VS. HENRY E. MCKEE:, NO. 11,238, EQUITY DOC. 28: A BRIEF [caption title]. Leather and marbled boards and endpapers, gilt title on spine; lacking outer wrappers, older endpapers repaired. First edition of both titles. The first is the author's own copy, inscribed by him on the title page, "Wholly prepared by me, and printed for and at the cost of myself and Gen. Denver; Henry E. McKee having nothing to do with it, and knowing nothing about it. Albert Pike, July 27, 1890." Additionally inscribed and signed by him at the caption title of seven other sections to the book (e.g., "Prepared wholly by me in 1856. Albert Pike"). Pike (1809-1891), largely self-educated, travelled through the West, published several books of poetry, was a leader in the American masonic movement, made important contributions in journalism and law in his adopted state of Arkansas, and served as a brigadier general in the Confederate army (see DAB). OCKC: "Compilation of documentary material on the United States Treaty of 1830 with the Choctaw Nation and the Treaty of 1855 with the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations." By these treaties' terms, the tribes ceded their lands in the Southwest in exchange for land in the new Indian Territory. Rare; OCLC locates but three copies (New York Public, Yale, Library of Congress).

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        THE HIGHLANDS OF CENTRAL INDIA: Notes on their Forests and Wild Tribes, Natural History, and Sports.

      HUNTING AND SPORTING IN INDIA London 1872, - Chapman. Full gold-stamped calf, 5 color, 47text figures, large folding map, 2nd edition, marbled endpapers, quite solid, bright copy, small corner mended ontitle page, else quite clean, appendix, all edges marbled. Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Nachlass bzw. Nachlässe.

      0 - Der umfangreich Teilnachlass besteht aus folgenden Materialien: Ein Ölbild von Josef Blaas, wohl von dem Maler Blaas. Eine Flügelmappe Schriftverkehr zwischen L. Blaas und Behörden. Stenographische Aufzeichnungen zur allgemeinen Geologie. Eine handgezeichnete geol. Karte der Glacialablagerungen der Umgebung Innsbruck. Eine hds. Bibliogafie der Schriften von Josef Blaas. Eine Chronik der Reisen und Aufenthalte, sowie der Exkursionen. 13 handschriftliche Bände von Josef Blaas Briefverkehr (auch Kopien der erhaltenen Briefe), dann Skizzen, Abschriften, Gutachten, eigene Gedichte usw. Ausweise, Immatrikulationen von Josef Blaas in Innsbruck, auch Verzeichnis seiner Studienfächer von 1872. Geologische Literatur bzw. Verzeichnisse sowie div. Schriftverkehr, eine umfangreiches Heft bez. Geldangelegenheiten, ein Bündel über den Verein "Lappia", zwei umfangreiches Konvolute "Gesammelte Zeitungsaufsätze". Zwei gebundene Bände mit Kleinschriften von Josef Blaas. Zwei umfangreiche Mappen bez. "Korrespondenz Leo Blaas". Vier schwarz geb. u. hds. verfasste Hefte über Klimaeinwirkungen. Ein hds. Bücherverzeichnis v. Josef Blaas. Dokumente der ersten Decenal- Maturafeier 1886. Tagebücher von Josef und Leo Blaas. Hds. Studien zu Esperanto. Mappen mit Dokumenten der Familie Schuchter, Dr. Hans Niedermeier u. a. Umfangreiche Briefsammlungen ab Josef Blaas aus Prag, Wien u. v. anderen Städten. Briefe von Würdenträgern u. a. Heinrich v. Srbik, Ildefons Schober Abt u. v. a. Zettelkastendokumene. Kartei der volkskundlichen Schriften von Leo Blaas. Ein Karton mit Studien zu Esperanto. Ein Faszikel mit Seperata versch. Wissenschatler. Verschieden Karten Reliefprofile, sowie Bürstenabzüge zur Petrografie. Umfangreiches Konvolut Briefe v. Oswald Redlich. Zahlreiche Aufzeichnungen zur Blindenschrift Braille, Prager Tafel, sowie Skizzen und Entwürfe für eine Verbesserung. Umfangreiches Fotomaterial und Porträtfotografie von Kollegen und Familie, Mitstudenten und Ereignissen u. a. von G. Steinmann, E. Tietze, R. Mylins, F. Paula, G. Greim, F. Kerner v. Marilaun, F. Wähner, A. Grim, R. Canaval, F. Partsch, E. Kayser, sowie zahlreichen Fotos von Familie und Kollegen beginnend ab circa 1880. Ein Karton v. Leo Blaas "Natterer Dorfbuch, Bildmaterial, Verträge. Ein Ordner mit Kopien der Natterer Geschichte. Ein Faszikel Buchbesprechungen im Österr. Literaturblatt über Josef Blaas. Leo Blaas Evangelienharmonie in 6 hds. Heften DIN A5 u. 3 DIN A4. 1 Karton mit Dissertationen versch. Biologen. Eine Mappe mit großformatigen Fotos von Wisschenschaftlern, Studentenverbindungen, Familien usw. - Äußerst interessantes Material eines Wissenschaftlers, der mit Größen wie Redlich (zahlreiche Briefe) u. vielen anderen Wissenschaftlern zwischen 1870 - 1930 in regen Verkehr stand. Deutsch [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Zanzibar; City, Island, and Coast

      Tinsley Brothers, London 1872 - 2 vols. folding map, 4 plans, 11 plates, xii, 503, vi, 519p. Hardcover in original chocolate brown cloth with gilt stamped design of an Indian on front covers. 23cm. Corners frayed. Recased with new inner hinges. Original endpapers preserved. Other restoration includes releasing the free front endpapers from the pastedowns along the gutter areas. Minor chipping and tears at ends of backstrip have been repaired. Binder's conservation report laid in. INSCRIBED in Lady Burton's hand ("To Dear Uncle Robert with the best love of Richard and Puss Burton, January 22, 1872. Garswood") on the free front endpaper in Volume I. From the John Ralph Willis Collection of Africana with his bookplate on the front pastedowns. We sold this book to Professor Willis in 1994 and re-purchased it after his death at the February 2010 Heritage auction of many of his African books. The Heritage description noted that Richard and Isabel Burton were married at Garwood, her Uncle Robert's home, in 1861 and that the Burtons stayed with or relied upon financial help from Isabel's Uncle Robert from time to time when their financial situation became particularly dire. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire raisonné du mobilier français de l'époque carlovingienne à la Renaissance -

      650 1872-1875 -, Paris - 6 tomes. in-4 Reliure demi-chagrin noir. Dos à nerfs avec fleurons et titre dorés, monogramme C.G. en queue. Légères rousseurs. Bel exemplaire. Ouvrage illustré de très nombreux dessins dans le texte et de 117 planches hors-texte dont 43 chromolithographies. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Coila's Whispers

      London: F. Harvey, 1872. - "The Fog is Dank in Rotten Row,The Sun a Disc of Dingy Red "An Early Twentieth Century Geometric Binding by Riviére & SonRIVIÉRE & SON, binders. FRASER, William, Sir. Coila's Whispers. London: F. Harvey, 1872. Second Edition. No. 6 of fifty copies printed. Small quarto (8 1/4 x 6 inches; 210 x 152 mm.). [ii blank], vi, 160, [i], [3 blank]. Etched half-title drawing by William M. Thackeray. Five full-page etchings on india paper by George Cruikshank. Bound ca. 1920 by Riviére & Son (stamp signed on verso of front endpaper) in full dark blue crushed levant morocco. Both covers richly decorated in gilt with triple borders, each surrounding one hundred and seventy nine floral tools in a geometric design. Spine with five raised bands, richly decorated and lettered in gilt with the same floral tools. Double-ruled gilt board edges, decorative turn-ins, all edges gilt.The five etchings by George Cruikshank on india paper, are five out of eight compartments of a large plate etched by G.C. for Sir William Fraser, in 1870, for Poems by the Knight of Morar."Only fifty numbered copies were issued of this edition, and consequently it is scarce." (Albert M. Cohn. George Cruikshank. A Catalogue Raisonné, p. 104.).

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        London. A Pilgrimage. With 189 including 53 full pages Illustrations.

      London, Grant & Co., 1872 (First Edition).. Fol., Halbleder. 191pp., illustrated with 189 illustrations including 53 full page plates by Dore. Original(?) leather binding over original green cloth, raised bands with lettering gilt, marbled endpapers and all edges marbled. Spine ends are pumped and chipped, extremities are little worn, joints starting. Occasional scattered foxing but mostly clean. Neverthless a good copy of this scarce edition.

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        THE EXPRESSION OF THE EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS. [First Issue]

      London:: John Murray,, 1872. First Edition. Very Good+. Very Good+ First Edition, First Issue in the original dark green cloth with mild scuffs covers, gift inscription (dated 1882) ffep, foxing ffeps. Gilt lettering spine. Complete with all seven heliotype plates, three folding, and all illustrations. Hinges and joints intact. 8vo. vi, 374, [4 Ads] pp. Scarce First Issue in such nice condition in the original binding.

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        Rough Notes of a Journey through the Wilderness, from Trinidad to Pará, Brazil, by way of the Great Cataracts of the Orinoco, Atabapo, and Rio Negro. With Illustrations drawn on the spot by the Author

      London: W.H.J. Carter, 1872., 1872. First edition. 8vo; pp. xiv, (4), 301. Publisher's dark brown cloth with gilt titles and illustration to spine, same illustration blind stamped to centre of upper, blind stamped frieze to boards. Inscribed by the publisher, W.H.J. Carter, the Author's father in law, to his brother in law, dated June 30, 1873. Binding and gilt rubbed; recased; very light occasional markings. With a frontispiece and 15 lithographic plates. 'Sir Henry Alexander Wickham (May 29, 1846 – September 27, 1928) was an explorer, author, plant collector and planter, and a pioneer of the British and Colonial rubber industry in the 19th century. He was responsible for gathering 70,000 seeds from Brazil's rubber-bearing tree, Hevea brasiliensis, in 1876. These he accompanied to the Kew's Royal Botanic Gardens from where seedlings were dispatched to Malasia, Africa, Batavia, and other tropical destinations, thus dooming the Amazonian rubber boom. As a direct result Malaya (now Malaysia) was soon to become the biggest producer of rubber. An important and rare text - the first we have seen in 10 years - let alone with such an inscription.

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        Returning to Kennel

      London 1872 - This hand colored lithograph depicts a riders returning from a hunt. The image measures 23 1/3" x 34 2/3". 1.5" tear on right hand margin. 3" and 1" tear in top left hand corner. Mild foxing throughout margins.

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        The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. Sixth Edition, with Additions and Corrections to 1872. (Thirty - Third Thousand). BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY

      8vo., Sixth Edition, Thirty - Third Thousand, with a folding diagram, front free endpaper and following leaf lightly frayed at fore - edge; original arches - style binding of green cloth, decorative gilt back, chocolate endpapers, uncut, very short tear in upper joint else a bright, crisp copy. With 32pp publisher's catalogue bound in at end. The sixth is generally held to be the last significant edition, containing as it does Darwin's final major corrections and revisions. Published in 1872, it is the first edition with the title The Origin of Species, and includes among many other revisions a new chapter (VII) inserted to confute the views of the Catholic biologist St. George Mivart. There is a glossary, and the word 'evolution' is used in the text for the first time. An attractive and desirable copy of the 'most important scientific work of the 19th century' (Horblit) and 'the most important biological book ever written' (Freeman). SCARCE IN ANYTHING LIKE THIS CONDITION. Freeman (Darwin), 131; Freeman (BNHB), 907.

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        The origin of species by means of natural selection. . . .

      Original green cloth, gilt title on spine and, boards with blind - stamped borders. Corners slightly rubbed, interior excellent. Armorial plate of John E. Sandbach on front paste - down. Sixth edition of perhaps the most historic and pioneering work on the theory of evolution biology. This copy includes additions and corrections to the 1872 edition that make up the final definitive text. Like the 1872 edition, this was aimed at a wider public and printed in smaller type.

      [Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg]
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        LA ESTAFETA DE PALACIO HISTORIA DEL REINADO DE ISABEL II CARTAS TRANSCENDENTALES DIRIGIDAS A AMADEO

      Imprenta de R. Labajos, Madrid 1872 - 771, 865 y 1086 con láminas litográficas. Completo en tres tomos Esta repasado página a página Encuadernación a toda piel.

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        North America - West Coast. Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Channels between the Continent and Vancouver Id. Showing the Boundary Line between British and American Possessions. From the Admiralty Surveys by Captains H. Kellett, R.N. 1847,

      London.: British Admiralty.. 1872.. Map, folding as issued, 28 3/4 x 44 on sheet 31 1/2 x 45 1/2 inches, outline handcolor to mark the boundary line. Very short separations at some of the fold intersections (with tiny amount of paper loss at one intersection), split at the end of one fold, light toning along fold lines, generally very good condition. An extremely detailed British map "prepared at the Admiralty 1st Nov 1872 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral G.H. Richards, C.B. F.R.S. Hydrographer" with the boundary between the United States and Canada marked in color as it wends through the maze of the San Juan Islands and Vancouver Island. This map has the printed annotation "Chart referred to in the protocol of the undersigned of this date" with the signatures of Edward Thornton, James Prevost and Hamilton Fish and "Washington, March 10, 1873." It would appear that this is a contemporary copy of the map reflecting the abitral award of the San Juan Archipelago which was agreed in 1873. Detail includes soundings, physical features etc. An interesting and unusual map of this beautiful area. .

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        DOGMATA THEOLOGICA LUDOVICI THOMASSINI, PRESBYTERI CONGREGATIONIS ORATORII D. JESU, 6 TOMES (INCOMPLET)

      Apud Ludovicum Vivès, Parisiis 1872 - RO40169405: 6 tomes de 600-800 pages chacun (tome VII de 205 pages). Tome I manquant. Texte sur 2 colonnes. Papiers muets et étiquettes de code collés sur les dos. Dos des tomes IV et V fortement tachés. Quelques manques sur les plats. (Rare) Editio Nova in qua Textus ipse Auctoris Diligenter Fuit Recognitus, et Cuncta Loca, tam SS. Patrum, etc. Tome II: De Deo, Deique Proprietatibus. Tomes III-IV: De Incarnatione Verbi Dei. Tomes V-VI: Tractatus Reliqui. Tome VII: Index Rerum et Personarum. In-4 Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos fané. Non coupé Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Council Journal of the Seventh Session of the Legislative Assembly, of the Territory of Montana, Begun and Held at Virginia City

      "New North West" Deer Lodge, Montana: James H. Mills, Public Printer. 1872. First. First edition. Thin octavo. 123pp. Legal calf with red and black morocco spine labels gilt. Shelf numbers at base of the spine, small label remnant front pastedown, splits along the front joint threatening to detach, but otherwise near very good. On the front pastedown is written: "Council Chambers, Va. City, Montana. April 27th 1873". Also written large on the front fly, in the same hand is written "His Excellency Brigham Young with complts. Yours, Rept. [name indecipherable]." Account of the Assembly, among the listed members of the Council is Third District representative Seth Bullock. .

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        Through the Looking-Glass,

      New York: Macmillan and Co.,, 1872. and what Alice found there. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt, boards triple ruled in gilt, with pictorial medallion centrepieces, all edges gilt, black coated endpapers. Frontispiece with tissue guard, and 50 illustrations by John Tenniel. Spine gently rolled, edges rubbed, minimal scattered foxing to contents. An excellent copy. First edition, US issue, with a cancel title leaf adding "New York" to the imprint, and bound with the first printing sheets from the London edition (not noted in Madan and Green). The first US edition was published later the same year in Boston by Lee and Shepherd, and New York by Lee, Shepherd and Dillingham.

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        Document Signed

      ("U. S. Grant") 1 page, Washington, D.C. September 28, 1872. 11 1/4" x 9" tipped on left to album leaf. A warrant for the pardon of Louis Zellner for an unspecified crime. Fine, fresh.Grant (1822-85), Ohio-born Civil War general; 18th U.S. President (1869-77) noted for the campaign victories at Vicksburg (July, 1863) and at Richmond (March 1865); conferred general of the armies (1865-67) and secretary of war after Stanton until the Senate restored Stanton; administration noted for corrupt officials and the Credit Mobilier scandal; spent final year sin poverty only to be restored by the success of his "Personal Memoirs."

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        Constitution, By Laws, Rules and Regulations of Troop "A", President's Mounted Guard of the District of Columbia. Original Constitution adopted 1853; revised 1871 & 1872.

      (Washington: not published) ca. 1872 - *This price HAS BEEN temporarily reduced by 10% until Sunday, April 12. Order now for BEST SAVINGS!* Manuscript book, 24 leaves written one side only along with two title pages (there are also unused leaves at the end), inserted is a written letter of application from William Smith dated 1871. Includes detailed uniform regulations, recruiting form, and certificate of membership, all in pen, and ends with the signatures of 24 members, the first being S. W. Owen. During the Civil War the President's Mounted Guard was also known as Owen's Militia Cavalry Company or Captain Samuel Owen's Independent Company of Cavalry and served for three months in defense of the Capitol during which time a member of their unit managed to become the first Union soldier to be captured by the Confederates. Samuel W. Owen was their Captain (later in the war he became a Lieutenant Colonel in the 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry) and here he seems to be attempting to rev. Photos available upon request.

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        Cock Robin

      New York:: R. Shugg & Co. /Rutherford Park Press,, 1872.. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good in Wraps. A scarce survival. Very Good condition. Large Quarto (29.5 x 23.5 cm. 11.5 x 9.25 in.) Color illustrated and printed wraps. Cotton stitched. [8] p. [6] color plates. Publisher's advertisement; "Juvenile Classics from the Rutherford Park Press. Beautifully illustrated in oil colors" with complete series list and Copyright 1872 by R. Shugg & Co. printed on on rear wrap. Overall toning, edge tears- archivally repaired. The stitched binding is exposed with traces of gummed residue, indicating a later repair. Cock Robin is one of the two titles in the 'Merry Christmas Series' from the Juvenile Classics, and although R. Shugg & Co. published another version of the story with silhouette illustrations, this is the only issue of the colored Quarto edition. The six chromolithograph plates are richly printed in multiple colors from as many as twelve stones to create the lively and vibrant illustrations. Although based on the traditional Nursery Rhyme the arrangement of the text is unique and differs from that of the 1744 edition of Tom Thumb's Pretty Song Book- the first printed reference to the rhyme. In this rare Shugg edition every one of the helpful birds and beasts are present- just appearing in different order. This is a scarce survival. There are no copies listed or documented, and the OCLC shows only one library holding, which is at Yale University. In addition there is very little known about the firm of R. Shugg & Co. beyond an obsure directory listing: Shugg, Richard; listed in New York City directories as an engraver between at least 1858 and 1868; in 1869 listed with the term, "books" in 1870 the directory contains an entry for R. Shugg & Co. (LOC). There are no references in Opie, Pritchard, Osborne or Cotsen to this work. The Death of Cock Robin is a traditional English folk song/Nursery rhyme with suggested origins dating back centuries and a colorful list of royal, mythologic and political associations from Norse Gods, William II of England, Robert Walpole and Robin Hood.

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        Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice Found There

      8vo. London: MacMillan and Company, 1872. 8vo, [xii], [1]-224, [4] pp. Fifty illustrations by John Tenniel including frontispiece. With one page of publisher's advertisements. Original red cloth gilt, binder?s ticket, neatly restored as usual, inscribed by the author. In a red morocco box. First edition first issue of ?Through the Looking-Glass? with the misprint "wade" instead of "wabe" on page 21 and page 98 unnumbered. Inscribed: ?Edith Margaret Argles from the author, Christmas 1871.? Edith Margaret Argles (1853-1935) was a long-time child-friend who eventually became Vice-Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. This copy is one of the 100 copies the author inscribed in December of 1971. A census is currently being made of all extant copies.

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        Coila's Whispers

      1872. The Fog is Dank in Rotten Row,The Sun a Disc of Dingy Red…"An Early Twentieth Century Geometric Binding by Rivi?re & SonRIVI?RE & SON, binders. FRASER, William, Sir. Coila's Whispers. London: F. Harvey, 1872. Second Edition. No. 6 of fifty copies printed. Small quarto (8 1/4 x 6 inches; 210 x 152 mm.). [ii blank], vi, 160, [i], [3 blank]. Etched half-title drawing by William M. Thackeray. Five full-page etchings on india paper by George Cruikshank. Bound ca. 1920 by Rivi?re & Son (stamp signed on verso of front endpaper) in full dark blue crushed levant morocco. Both covers richly decorated in gilt with triple borders, each surrounding one hundred and seventy nine floral tools in a geometric design. Spine with five raised bands, richly decorated and lettered in gilt with the same floral tools. Double-ruled gilt board edges, decorative turn-ins, all edges gilt.The five etchings by George Cruikshank on india paper, are five out of eight compartments of a large plate etched by G.C. for Sir William Fraser, in 1870, for Poems by the Knight of Morar."Only fifty numbered copies were issued of this edition, and consequently it is scarce." (Albert M. Cohn. George Cruikshank. A Catalogue Raisonné, p. 104.).

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        Cock Robin

      New York:: R. Shugg & Co. /Rutherford Park Press,, 1872.. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good in Wraps. A scarce survival. Very Good condition. Large Quarto (29.5 x 23.5 cm. 11.5 x 9.25 in.) Color illustrated and printed wraps. Cotton stitched. [8] p. [6] color plates. Publisher's advertisement; "Juvenile Classics from the Rutherford Park Press. Beautifully illustrated in oil colors" with complete series list and Copyright 1872 by R. Shugg & Co. printed on on rear wrap. Overall toning, edge tears- archivally repaired. The stitched binding is exposed with traces of gummed residue, indicating a later repair. Cock Robin is one of the two titles in the 'Merry Christmas Series' from the Juvenile Classics, and although R. Shugg & Co. published another version of the story with silhouette illustrations, this is the only issue of the colored Quarto edition. The six chromolithograph plates are richly printed in multiple colors from as many as twelve stones to create the lively and vibrant illustrations. Although based on the traditional Nursery Rhyme the arrangement of the text is unique and differs from that of the 1744 edition of Tom Thumb's Pretty Song Book- the first printed reference to the rhyme. In this rare Shugg edition every one of the helpful birds and beasts are present- just appearing in different order. This is a scarce survival. There are no copies listed or documented, and the OCLC shows only one library holding, which is at Yale University. In addition there is very little known about the firm of R. Shugg & Co. beyond an obsure directory listing: Shugg, Richard; listed in New York City directories as an engraver between at least 1858 and 1868; in 1869 listed with the term, "books" in 1870 the directory contains an entry for R. Shugg & Co. (LOC). There are no references in Opie, Pritchard, Osborne or Cotsen to this work. The Death of Cock Robin is a traditional English folk song/Nursery rhyme with suggested origins dating back centuries and a colorful list of royal, mythologic and political associations from Norse Gods, William II of England, Robert Walpole and Robin Hood.

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        Picturesque America; or, The Land We Live In

      New York: D. Appleton and Company,, 1872?-4. A delineation by pen and pencil of the mountains, rivers, lakes, forests, water-falls, shores, cañons, valleys, cities, and other picturesque features of our country. With Illustrations on Steel and Wood, by Eminent American Artists. 2 volumes, quarto (312 × 239mm). Publisher's brown hard-grain full morocco, decorative blind-tooled spines, elaborate floriate borders on sides, all edges gilt, white moiré endpapers, Steel-engraved frontispieces and vignette titles, 45 steel-engraved plates, numerous wood-engraved illustrations in the text. A little rubbing to extremities otherwise a very good set in the publisher's de luxe binding. First edition of this monumental work of celebratory Americana, edited by the American Romantic poet William Cullen Bryant. The majority of the superb plates were engraved by Robert Hinshelwood, a Scottish engraver who emigrated to America in 1835 where he established a considerable reputation for his work on landscapes. His painstaking and highly detailed work was much appreciated not only by the publishing houses that employed him, such as Appleton's and Harper's, but also by the Continental Bank Note Company who for a time employed him producing plates for currency. In her recent study of Picturesque America, the historian of American graphic arts, Sue Rainey, notes that the book "enabled Americans, after the trauma of the Civil War, to construct a national self-image based on reconciliation between North and South and incorporation of the West" (Creating Picturesque America, 2001, p. xiii).

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        A Literal Translation into English of the Earliest Known Book on Fowling and Fishing written originally in Flemish and Printed at Antwerp in the Year 1492 [Dit Boecxken leert hoe men mach voghelen vanghen metten handen]

      N.p.: Privately Printed for Alfred Denison, 1872. Limited to 25 copies. Illustrated with woodcuts. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary red morocco-backed marbled boards, gilt lettered spine, t.e.g. In felt-lined morocco-backed solander box by Aquarius.

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        Das malerische und romantische Westphalen. Mit 28 Stahlstichen und 56 Holzschnitten im Text.

      Paderborn, F. Schöningh 1872.. Gr.8°. Titel und gestocheners Frontispiz, VI/365(1) S. mit 56 Textholzstichen und 27 Stahlstich-Tafeln von A.H. Payne u.a. nach W. Schuch und C. Schlickum. Illustriertes Oln. mit äußerst reicher Gold- und Blindprägung auf Vorderdeckel und Rücken (signiert R. Gerhold) und Moireevorsätzen. Vollgoldschnitt. Rücken an den Gelenken unter Verwendung des Originalrückens sehr sauber und fachmännisch restauriert. Sehr schönes Exemplar, innen nur ganz vereinzelte Stockfleckchen und mit allen unverletzten Seidenhemdchen vor den Tafeln.. Zweite, umgearbeitete Auflage, erschien erstmals 1842. Enthält u.a. Ansichten von Altena, Arnsberg, Arensburg, Balve, Barmen, Bilstein, Blankenstein, Bielefeld, Brake, Corvey, Desenberg, Dortmund, Driburg, Elberfeld, Enger, Freusburg a.d. Sieg, Hardenstein a.d. Ruhr, Herdringen, Herford, Horn, Höxter, Iburg, Iserlohn, Klusenstein, Laer, Lemgo, Limburg, Matfeld, Minden, Möllenbeck, Münster, Neuhaus, Oeynhausen, Osnabrück, Paderborn, Ravensberg, Rheder, Rüschhaus, Schwarzenberg, Siegen, Soest, Sundwig, Syburg, Thienhausen, Varenholz, Volmarstein, Wehrden, Wetter und Wevelsburg.

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        Seltene Liebig-Bilder-Serie (unvollständig): Sanguinetti Nr. 011: Enfants diffusent Liebig.

      Liebig 1872 - ( Liebig-Bilder-Serie in Chromolithographie gedruckt, teils unter Verwendung von Gold und Silber. Bildgröße 10 x 7 cm: Katalognummer und Erscheinungsjahr nach dem Katalog von Sanguinetti: Hier eine seltene, unvollständige Serie, die nicht in Deutschland erschienen ist - mit französischem Text bzw. Werbetext " Extrait de Viande Liebig ": Einzelbildverkauf ist möglich - Preis hierfür je Bild 75.- EURO ): Hier die Serie Nr. 11: " Enfants diffusent Liebig " aus dem Jahrgang 1872-1873 ( erste Edition ), gedruckt bei Appel in Paris. ( Diese Serie ist nur in Frankreich erschienen / italienischer Titel hierzu: " Bambini propagandano l`Estratto " ). Von den 12 erschienenen Bildern sind hier 11 Bilder vorhanden: " a: L`extractum carnis Liebig est le salut du pecheuer. / b: Grace au Liebig plus de rejouissance dans le pot au feut. / c: De l eau chaude, deux cuillerees, d`extrait de viande Liebig et le diner sur l`herbe ne laisse plus rien a desirer. / d: La viande est si chere qu`il faudra renoncer au pot au feu. Achetez douc du Liebig, vous ferez des economies et vos potages seront mieille. / e: A la pension: Plus de bouillon de college, le Liebig donne a .la force et la sante. / f: Cinq amis a diner et pas de potage! Que faire mon Dieu? Madame oublie son Liebig. / g: Moi je ne sers que dans les maisons ou l`on emploie de Liebig pour n`est is a manger le boeuf q.idien ( Textzeile teils stark berieben, einige Buchstaben unleserlich, teils handschriftlich verbessert ) / h: A la sortie du theatre, Madame et Monsieur rentrent a la maison pour prendre conjugalement un bon potage Liebig. / ( Nummer i fehlt hier ) / k: Une tasse de bouillon Liebig repare dans l`entr`acte les forces epuisees de l`artiste / l: Et cette chere sante? - Merci, merci, grace a l`excellent extrait Liebig, les.reviennent peu a peu ( teils unleserlich ) / m: Fichtre! fameux bouillon! Mon general, j`ai fait ma provision de Liebig avant de partir pour les grandes manoeuvres. " Zusammen 11 Bilder mit teils deutlichen Gebrauchsspuren ( etwas fleckig und berieben, weißer Außenrand meist beschnitten, Ecken und Kanten teils bestoßen. - außerordentlich selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LONDON A PILGRIMAGE

      Grant & Co. 1872 - 1st 1872. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Large format. Black full leather binding; raised bands to spine; gilt title to spine. All edges gilt. Numerous tissue-guarded engraved plates; some letterpress illustrations. Professionally repaired splits to covers, near spine. Some heavy wear and marks to covers. Edge-chips and tears to a couple of pages of prelims. Name in ink to free front endpaper. Foxing throughout, but especially to prelim pages. Tears and some creasing to tissue-guards. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Untersuchungen ueber Bacterien.

      J.U. Kern, Breslau 1872 - Untersuchungen ueber Bacterien. In: Beiträge zur Biologie der Pflanzen, Part I, 1872, 2. Heft, pp. [127]-224, 1 tinted lithograph plate, and part II, 1875, 3. Heft, pp. [141]-207, 2 plates (one tinted and one colored lithograph). Breslau: J.U. Kern, 1870-75. Three parts in two volumes. 8vo (224x141 mm). Whole volumes: [6], 131, [1]; [4], 224; [8], 224 pp., 15 plates (some chromolithographed). Contemporary half morocco, neatly rebacked retaining original endpapers. Light toning due to paper stock, otherwise clean and unspotted. Provenance: R.G.L. Dieffenbach M.D. (bookplates to pastedowns and title-page of first part); Smith College Bacteriology Library (bookplates to front pastedowns), small discrete withdrawal stamps. Fine copy. ---- Norman 494; Garrison-Morton 2483. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, very rare. "Cohn's three papers, published in the journal that he founded and edited, are among the seminal works of bacteriology. The first paper (part I), originally published in 1872, effectively initiated the science: it contained Cohn's new system of bacteria classification, in which he distinguished four groups of bacteria based on their constancy of external form and linked this constancy to certain physiological phenomena. The second paper (part II) announced Cohn's discovery of thermoresistant spores produced by certain bacteria, which could survive even prolonged intense heat in a sealed container; this discovery explained what had long been a puzzling anomaly, and dealt a convincing blow to the doctrine of spontaneous generation." (Norman 494). A third part was published in 1876. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ENQUETE SUR LA QUESTION MONETAIRE. Komplett in 2 Bänden: 1. Band: Proces-verbaux des deliberations du Conseil superieur. Rapports. Depositions 2. Band: Depositions. Proces-verbaux des deliberations du Conseil superieur. Resume de l'enquete. Documents. Tables

      Imprimerie nationale, Paris 1872 - 2 Halblederbände der Zeit, gr.-4°, 1. Band: XIV, 768 Seiten und 2. Band: IV 584 Seiten; Exemplar gestempelt, Einbände etwas berieben und angestaubt Umfangreiche Dokumentation der in Paris den Jahren 1869 bis 1870 stattgefundenen Konferenz. / Text: Französisch fr 5000 Buch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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