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        Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1872. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel. Octavo (173 x 120 mm). Near-contemporary red crushed morocco by Cross & Beckwith, titles to spine gilt in compartments, floral frame to covers gilt, edges gilt, floral patterned turn-ins gilt, green marbled endpapers. Frontispiece, 49 illustrations by John Tenniel in text. Slight wear to tips, an excellent copy. First edition. As with the first edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking-Glass was published for the Christmas market but bears the following year's date in its imprint. It was actually published in December 1871, in an edition of 9,000 copies.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Les sept journées de la Reine de Navarre suivies de la huitième

      Reprint of the 1559 edition given by Claude Gruget with notes Paul Lacroix containing 72 new divided into 8 days and added three other news, from the Heptameron. Limited to only 120 copies on large paper, this one of 100 on Holland paper unnumbered state with double prints. Illustrated with etchings by Leopold Flammeng.Demi morocco purple vintage wedge. Back with five nerves decorated with gilded finials and small mosaics in green morocco. Date tail. Golden head. wrappers preserved and bound in. Back slightly discolored. Very nice copy, perfectly prepared. Binding signed Champs. Note that serpentes broken away too early, there are burning superimposed on the single opposée.Exemplaire page with a portrait engraved double state, also a second portrait frontispiece, 17 plates in double state boards and 8 additional off- text (a regular copy should possess only 8 boards in total); or 27 boards including 18 double state. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Jouaust, Librairie des Bibliophiles Paris 1872 4 tomes en 4 volumes in-8 (14,5cm x 22cm) relié

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        Exposé des applications de l'électricité

      Third edition in the original game. Half cloth bindings fir, back smooth, flat marbled paper, some conis lightly bumped, small traces of rubbing on some slices. Book illustrated with numerous figures in the text and decorated in 22-fine folding plates. The book is divided as follows: Volume 1: Electrical Technology illustrated 99 figures and adorned with a fine in-folding plate. Volume 2: Electrical Technology illustrated with 192 figures and adorned with 2 folding plates in-fine. Volume 3: Electric Telegraphy illustrated with 192 figures and adorned with 7 folding plates in-fine. Volume 4: Applications mechanical electricity illustrated with 123 figures and adorned with folding plates in 9-fine. Volume 5: Industrial applications of electricity illustrated with 169 figures and adorned with 3 folding plates in-fine. A wetness affecting head the latest pages of the first volume, some foxing, otherwise nice interior volumes for each state. Rare together. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Lib. scientifique, industrielle et agricole Eugène Lacroix Paris 1872-1878 16x24,5cm 5 volumes reliés

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        ROUGHING IT.

      Hartford: American Publishing Company: . 1872 - 591pp. plus seven plates including extra frontis. Illus. Original brown cloth. Gilt stamped cover and spine. Expertly recased. Contemporary ownership inscription in pencil and ink on front pastedown and front free endpaper. Overall, about very good. First American edition, first state. The first English edition was issued a week prior to the first American edition. "Valuable as an autobiographical chapter in the author's life and as a vivid portrayal of Nevada mining life in the '60s" - Howes. HOWES C481. BAL 3337.

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        Mémoires sur les principaux travaux d'utilité publique éxécutés en Egypte depuis la plus haute antiquité jusqu'à nos jours

      1872. Paris, Arthus Bertrand, 1872 - 1873. Fort volume grand In-8 demi-chagrin havane, dos à nerfs soulignés de pointillés dorés, guirlande dorée en tête et en queue. VII (errata et avant propos) + 620 pages. Quelques rousseurs sans gravité. Exemplaire bien relié. Sans l'atlas annoncé. LINANT de BELLEFONDS, né à Lorient en 1799, Explorateur et surtout Ingénieur en Chef des Travaux de la Haute Egypte (1831-1835) puis des canaux, ponts et chaussées de tout le pays et enfin Ministre des Travaux Publics et Membre du Conseil privé du Vice Roi. Cet ouvrage relate tous les travaux, notamment de canalisation, qu'il a dirigé et notamment le CANAL de SUEZ dont il est le véritable initiateur, qui en définit le tracé et mis en place le chantier. On a fréquemment dit de lui qu'il était le véritable père" du Canal de SUEZ. Bel exemplaire

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        The Complete Works of Richard Crashaw. For the first time collected and collated with the original and early editions, and much enlarged... Edited by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart. In two volumes. The Fuller Worthies' Library.

      [Blackburn]: Printed for Private Circulation, [The Fuller Worthies' Library], 1872 - 1873. First edition. Hardcover. Good. Two volumes. [Blackburn]: Printed for Private Circulation, [The Fuller Worthies' Library], 1872-1873. Quarto. First edition. Portrait (this to volume two), nine plates, decorative head- and tail-pieces. §One of an edition of 100 (ex 256) large-paper sets. Original maroon quarter morocco, gilt lettering and decoration, maroon cloth boards, top edge rough, others untrimmed. Boards discoloured, and bindings somewhat rubbed but sturdy and sound - neatly internally strengthened at head of spines; two inner hinges also strengthened. Glue-marks to endpapers of volume one. Foxing to prelims., and - slightly so - to page edges. One leaf carelessly opened at top edge. §§The 1890's poet and aesthete JOHN GRAY'S COPY, with his handsome bookplate to front pastedown of each volume. Front free endpapers bear the circular library stamp (with handwritten cancellation) of the Dominican Fathers, Edinburgh, with whom Gray was connected subsequent to his aesthetic period, and into whose possession came at least one other volume from Gray's library. No further Dominican stamps to either volume. John Gray, the supposed original of the 'Dorian Gray' of Oscar Wilde, had a lifelong interest in Renaissance poetry and contributed editions of Campion, Constable, Drayton and Sidney. His copies of editions of Phineas Fletcher and Herbert of Cherbury - each bearing the same bookplate - are in private hands. Not a beautiful set, but a serviceable one and with an interesting provenance. (**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY** - Unusually heavy set - weighs almost 4kg not including packaging materials - therefore additional postage will be charged. PLEASE CONTACT US for a prior shipping quote & further information).

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        Petit traité de poésie française

      First Edition. Binding to bradel half blue calico, smooth back with a gold finial, double tail thread, part of title shagreen, contemporary binding. autograph dedication of the author Paul Dally on this rare and sought-text which is the bible of Parnassians. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Bibliothèque de l'écho de la Sorbonne Paris s.d.(1872) 12x18,5cm relié

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        La chambre bleue, nouvelle dédiée à madame de la Rhune

      Second edition, the first having been printed in only 3 copies, this one of 100 copies on vergé paper, the only printing with 9 on China and 20 on Hollande. Contemporary Bradel binding in half indigo paper over marbled paper boards, spine with double gilt fillets, head of spine slightly rubbed. Small wormholes to endpapers, otherwise internally good. Rare. Lib. de la Place de la Monnaie Bruxelles 1872 14,5x23,5cm relié

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        Une ville flottante. Les forceurs de blocus

      First edition illustrated by Férat first and cardboard bearing the signature Magnier lower back.Cardboard editor "Aux bouquets of roses" of the 3rd kind green grass. Superb first plate of perfect freshness (except a problem of the Greek frieze print top volume, the ink having somewhat bavée). Back to the impeccable bent slightly higher cap. Second flat copy. The set is an impeccable, with the corners well pinched. We only deplore the scattered spots.Roman dating from 1870 and takes place on the Great Eastern, a gigantic airship with on board several thousand people on the route Liverpool-New York. The blockade runners is a long maritime having new framework for the War of Secession. It assists in the fight against sailing steam. Hetzel Paris 1872 Grd. in-8 (18x27,5cm) 171 (1) relié

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        Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice found there With Illustrations by John Tenniel

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1872 [but 1871]. First edition, first issue, 8vo, (xii), 224, (4) pp. Black and white illustrations, some occasional light browning, inscription dated "Christmas 1871" to half title. Original gilt decorated cloth, extremities rubbed, some minor wear to the lower joint, otherwise a good sound copy. Williams, Madan, Green & Crutch pp. 61-8.

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        Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.

      Lee and Shepard, Boston / Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham, New York 1872 - First American edition ('wade' for 'wabe' on p. 21). Professionally rebacked with original backstrip laid down (some loss from edges), new end sheets. Boards lightly rubbed and soiled, pencil name and year ('R.P. Blake 1880') on front flyleaf, a number of illustrations colored with pencil by a young reader, some quite nicely done. x, [1]-224 pp. 8vo. The sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, with fifty illustrations by John Tenniel. This first American edition was released with both red and green cloth (no priority) in the same year as the Macmillan edition printed in London, and contains the same typo in the Jabberwocky's poem. Our research indicates that the U.S. edition appears less frequently both in the trade and at auction than its British equivalent. Carroll's books about Alice are among the most collected works in modern literature, and have both inspired a number of animated and live actions films (most recently those directed by Tim Burton and featuring Johnny Depp as The Mad Hatter, Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen, and Mia Wasikowska as Alice), as well as other adaptations. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ölgemälde *Blumenstrauß in Vase*.

       ( Wilhelm Battermann: *1872 Elze/Hannover - 1964, Hamburg: Literatur u.a.: Rump: Lexikon der bildenden Künstler Hamburgs, Altonas und der näheren Umgebung ). Schönes Ölgemälde des bekannten Hamburger Malers. Dargestellt ist ein reicher Blumenstrauß in grüner Vase vor Büchern, rechts unten mit *Battermann* signiert - undatiert (ca. 1920-1930) . Bildmaß: 58 x 66 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 69 x 77 cm ). Öl auf Pappe. Das Bild etwas fleckig, etwas eingedunkelt - ansonsten von guter Erhaltung wie auch der Rahmen. ( Gewicht 4000 Gramm ) ( Bitte beachten: Bei Ölgemälden ist leider kein Versand möglich - hier bitte nur Selbstabholung bzw.selbst organisierter Transport ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )( Please notice: No shipment possible ) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Battermann, Blumen, Blumenstrauß, Gemälde, Ölgemälde

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        Electrostatics and Magnetism.

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1872. First Edition. 8vo. Full tan calf prize binding by Maclehose, red title label to spine, extra gilt decoration to spine compartments, gilt rule and gilt badge of Glasgow University to front board. Light edgewear and rubbing. A sound, clean and handsome copy. Marbled endpapers with latin prize presentation label inscribed to George Mitchel to front pastedown SIGNED 'Gul. Thomson' (Gul. being the abbreviation for William in latin). Books signed in the name of Thomson are unusual; it was far more common for him to sign 'Kelvin. PNP'. A scarce object in an attractive prize binding.

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        Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal

      Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, 1872 vi + 327 pages. Illustrated by Lithograph Portraits copied from Photographs by ToscoPeppe and W. Simpson. These lithographs are further hand coloured. Single frontispiece and 39 hand coloured lithographed portraits.SIZE:Height: 35 cmWidth: 27 cmDepth: 5.5 cmThe term Bengal in Dalton s time referred to what are now the Indian states of Bihar, Orissa, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Tripura, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Megalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, and Nagaland, and the present-day country of Bangladesh. The book is a geographically precise description of the landsand people treated in this classic ethnography. Each tribe described by Dalton is portrayed in stunning lithographs that convey a sense of immediacy free of the staging common to Victorian ethnographic photography.LIST OF PLATES IN ORDER: .br.Rest at noon (frontispiece)Khamti (plate I)Fig 1. Khamti Female (plate II)Fig 2 Chulikata Woman (see accents on the plate) (plate II)Fig 1 A capital specimen of a Singpho Chief (plate III)Fig 2 Abelo, Chulikata Mishmi Chief (plate III)Male and Female of the Tain or Digaru Mishmi Tribe (plate IV)Group of Digaru Mishmis (plate V)Group of Miju Mishmis (plate VI)Group of Midhi or Chulikata Mishmis (plate VII)Fig 1 An admirable and thoroughly typical representation of a Tain Mishmi girl (plate VIII)Fig 2 A Bor Abor girl. (plate VIII)A Miju or Mizhu Mishmi in undress (plate VIIIa)A Chulikata Mishmi Chief in full dress (plate IX)Group of Bor Abors (plate X)Abor Chief (plate XI)Dhoba Abor (plate XII)A Dhoba Abor (plate XIII)Fig 1 A Phakial (plate XIV)Fig 2 Miri Woman (plate XIV)Miuis Male and Female (plate XV)Naga Chief (plate XVI)Male and Female of the Namsang Naga Tribe (plate XVII)Maleand Female from Murruck, Asam (plate XVIIa)Male and Female of the Lower Naga Group (plate XVIII)Figs 1, 2 and 3 are natives of Mauipur Valley (plate XIX)Fig 4 Angami Naga (plate XIX)Kachari Male and Female (plate XX)Kukis Male and Female (plate XXI)Garo Women and head of Garo Boy (plate XXII)Bhutias or Burs, Male and Female (plate XXIII)Lepchas (Sikkim) (plate XXIV)Limbu Male and Female (plate XXV)Fig 1. A Mug (plate XXVI)Fig 2. A "Ho" or Kol of Singhbum (plate XXVI)Mundas of Chutia Nagpur, Male and Female (plate XXVII)Oraons and Mundas of Chutia Nagpur (plate XXVIII)Santals (plate XXIX)Group of Korwas (plate XXX)Fig 1. An Oraon Chutia Nagpur (plate XXXI)Fig 2 RomiaN Oraon girl of Chutin Nagpur (plate XXXI)Koccu Male and Female (plate XXXII)Juang Girls (plate XXXIII)Juang Tribe (plate XXXIV)Bendkar Tribe (plate XXXV)Ho or Larka Kol Females (plate XXXVI)Paori (or Pahari) Bhuiyas of Keonjhar Male and Female (plate XXXVII)

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        Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There.

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1872. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt, triple rules to covers framing central vignette gilt, black coated endpapers, all edges gilt. Frontispiece with tissue-guard, 49 illustrations by John Tenniel in text. Ownership inscription to head of half-title. Binder's label to foot of rear pastedown. Spine rolled, tips bumped with light wear, small marks to covers, inner front and rear hinges cracked but holding, occasional foxing; a very good copy. First edition, first state with the misprint "wade" for "wabe" in the second line of the poem "Jabberwocky" on page 21.

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        Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel.

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1872 - Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt, triple rules to covers framing central vignette gilt, black coated endpapers, all edges gilt. Ownership inscription to head of half-title. Binder's label to foot of rear pastedown. Spine rolled, tips bumped with light wear, small marks to covers, inner front and rear hinges cracked but holding, occasional foxing; a very good copy. Frontispiece with tissue-guard, 49 illustrations by John Tenniel in text. First edition, first state with the misprint "wade" for "wabe" in the second line of the poem "Jabberwocky" on page 21. Williams–Madan–Green–Crutch 84. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ganka yakusetsu [trans.: Summary of Ophthalmology]

      22 finely hand-colored full-page woodcuts. 35; 39, 30 folding leaves. Three vols. 8vo, orig. wrappers (some marginal worming in Vol. III), orig. block printed title label on each upper cover, new stitching. Tokyo: 1872. First edition in Japanese of this collection of translations from a variety of Western ophthalmological texts. NLM suggests the author was Paul Silex (1858-1929), but this is clearly impossible. The present work is the earliest work published in Japan on Western techniques in ophthalmology, preceding the Ika zensho ganka-hen of 1879 (see Mestler, A Galaxy of Old Japanese Medical Books, IV, p. 336. The attractive plates, all finely hand-colored, depict ophthalmological instruments and a series of surgical procedures. Fine and fresh set.

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Actes et paroles 1870 - 1871 - 1872

      First edition, one of 24 numbered copies on Alfa paper only leading copies.Iconography.Some small bites without gravity. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1872 12x18,5cm relié

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        FAIRY TALES.

      vi, [2], 94, [2] pages. Illustrated with coloured frontispiece and 11 coloured plates after original drawings by E. V. B. (Eleanor Vere Boyle.). Original decorative green cloth gilt. All edges gilt. Two plates trimmed at fore-edge; two with some slight damage to fore-edge; slight cracking to front inner hinge; else an excellent copy, being particularly clean internally. Printed at the Chiswick Press, the plates printed by the Leighton Brothers, this is arguably the finest of Boyle's creations and, altogether, a true masterpiece of Victorian book production.

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        La chanson de Roland

      Edition originale de la traduction de Léon Gautierbindings en demi maroquin bleu outremer signées Creuzevault. Alfred Mame Tours 1872 Grd. et fort in-8 (19x28,5cm) ccj, 325pp. et VII, 507pp. 2 tomes en 2 volumes reliés

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        THE OWL AND THE PUSSY-CAT and other nonsense songs.

      [2], [28] pages.12 mounted albumen prints reproducing Lord Ralph Kerr's illustrations. Original pictorial green cloth gilt. All edges gilt. Oblong folio. First and only edition thus. Re-cased; ownership signature on title; corners worn; some occasional marking to outer fore-edges; and some tissue guards a little damaged; else a very good and clean copy of a very rare children's book. Contains, The Owl and the Pussy-Cat; The Duck and the Kangaroo; How the Beasts Got into the Ark. The first two poems are reprinted from Nonsense Songs (1871). See McLean, Joseph Cundall, p.91; White, From the Mundane to the Magical, 20.

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        Roughing It

      Hartford: American Publishing Co, 1872. 591 pages with 6 tipped in plates and numerous figures. Octavo (9" x 6"). Issued in full cloth with pictorial spine and cover in gilt and blind stamped cover. (BAL 3326) First edition, first state.The print run for the first edition is uncertain, but the book was published in February 1872 and by month's end 10,855 copies had been bound. By May 1, according to a royalty statement, 37,701 copies had been sold, of which 22,43 were in cloth; 13, 952 in sheep and in cloth with gilt edges; 1,176 in three-quarter morocco; and 30 in "special" bindings which included full morocco. By 1879, the proportions were as follows: 96,083 copies sold. Two surviving copies are recorded in the full morocco binding, one of which Twain presented to his wife with her name stamped in gilt on the front cover. The other full morocco copy was identically stamped, except for having no name on the cover. BAL distinguishes between the first and second states by the presence of two words on page 242 (first state) or their absence (second state). But it isn't that simple. Copies are found with just one word present (or one word absent, if you are a pessimist.) And similar damage to the plates has been noted on the following pages: xi.1 (M in My is perfect) as in this copy; 19.1 (y is perfect) as in this copy; and 123.6 up (death! which was corrected from death.) as this copy. All of these texts are damaged at some point during the printings(s), and all, including the one on page 242, are found in endless random combinations. At some point, two words were altered: at page 156.2 up "thirteenth" was corrected to "sixteenth" - this copy has the uncorrected "thirteenth" -and on page 330.16 up "Eastern" was corrected to "eastern" - this copy has the uncorrected listing. These changes could distinguish between two printings, but may only distinguish between two later printings. The states of the plates can be guessed at, but if multiple plates were used or mixing of sheets took place (as is clear from surviving copies) they should be viewed with caution.Condition:Professionally re-backed; page ends renewed, corners bumped, former owner's name on front end paper dated March 27, 1872. Over all a very good copy.

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        Ett år i stilla hafvet reseminnen från Patagonien, Chili, Peru, Californien, Britiska Columbia och Oceanien...

      Stockholm: Lith. Art. Anstalt, 1872. Quarto, with 12 tinted lithographic plates; a very good copy in original decorated boards. Scarce and finely illustrated voyage account, including handsome lithographed portraits of the Hawaiian monarchs Kamehameha the Fourth and Kamehameha the Fifth. The author, Adolf Ekelöf, was a young Swedish lieutenant who sailed on the English frigate Zealous to the Pacific in 1867. In addition to descriptions of California and British Columbia, this book is particularly interesting for its Pacific material, with significant entries on Hawaii, Tahiti, and other South Sea Islands. Unusually, Ekelof provides both the music and words to an Hawaiian Folk Hymn and a Tahitian National Melody.The lithographic plates are well rendered - some are clearly produced from portrait photographs while others are based on marine and landscape sketches. Of the twelve plates, seven are of Hawaiian and Tahitian subjects. In addition to the plate of the Hawaiian monarchs mentioned above, the book includes portraits of Queen Pomare of Tahiti and a coastal scene at Waikiki. Backstrip and endpapers renewed.

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        SING-SONG A Nursery Rhyme Book. With one hundred and twenty illustrations by Arthur Hughes engraved by the Brothers Dalziel.

      [ix], xiv, 1-135pp. Black & white frontispiece, title vignette and illustrations in the text. Original green short silk, gilt. Original pictorial dust-wrapper. All edges gilt. 12mo. Head and heel of spine just a touch rubbed; wrapper is a trifle dust-soiled, browned at spine with light chipping to head & heel, and has some foxing to rear panel; else a near fine, bright and fresh copy in a very good wrapper. Very scarce.A new and enlarged edition.of the original 1872 edition, published a year after the poet's death.

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        Untersuchungen ueber Bacterien.

      Breslau: J.U. Kern, 1872. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 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. Near Fine.

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        PIANTA DI FIRENZE CON LA CINTA DAZIARIA ED I NUOVI QUARTIERI SECONDO IL PIANO REGOLATORE D'AMPLIAMENTO Dedicata al Comm. Ubaldino Peruzzi Sindaco di Firenze.

      Firenze, Lit. Laudi E Steffen, 1872. Bella pianta della città Firenze (mm. 900x710) in litografia e colorata a mano; suddivisa in 32 riquadri è montata su tela e incisa da S. Benelli su disegno dell?Ing. Romanelli. Esemplare ben conservato, posto in custodia in tela coeva (mm. 182x122), .

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        PIANTA DI FIRENZE CON LA CINTA DAZIARIA ED I NUOVI QUARTIERI SECONDO IL PIANO REGOLATORE D'AMPLIAMENTO. Dedicata al Comm. Ubaldino Peruzzi Sindaco di Firenze.

      Lit. Laudi E Steffen, 1872. Bella pianta della città Firenze (mm. 900x710) in litografia e colorata a mano; suddivisa in 32 riquadri è montata su tela e incisa da S. Benelli su disegno dell'Ing. Romanelli. Esemplare ben conservato, posto in custodia in tela coeva (mm. 182x122), .

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

      

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

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1872 & 1878. 2 works, quarto (175 x 120 mm). 20th-century red calf bound by Bayntun, titles to blue and green crushed morocco labels, gilt motifs blocked to spine compartments, the White Rabbit and Queen of Hearts blocked to front covers gilt, turn-ins and all edges gilt, marbled endpapers, original cloth bound in at rear. Housed in a custom red cloth slipcase. Illustrated throughout by Sir John Tenniel. A fine set, in the slipcase with light creasing to spine and rear board. Early editions, Alice in Wonderland is the thirty-third thousand and Through the Looking-glass is the forty-fifth thousand. A handsomely bound set.

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        Le Caire et la Haute-Egypte.

      Paris, E. Dentu, 1872. ____ Première édition. Elle est illustrée par 30 planches d'après les dessins de Darjou. L'ouvrage a été tiré à 300 exemplaires seulement, tous numérotés. Celui-ci est le N°76. Pharaon était journaliste pour la revue "La France" et il a assisté aux cérémonies d'ouverture de Canal de Suez en 1869. Exemplaire dans sa jolie reliure d'éditeur, au plat supérieur très orné. Charnières restaurées. Blackmer 1302. *****. In-folio. [510 x 360 mm] Collation : (4), 54, (2) pp., 30 planches h.-t. Demi-chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs orné, plat orné d'un décor doré. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        A History of Greece; from the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation Contemporary with Alexander the Great.

      London: John Murray, 1872. Ten volumes, octavo, folding maps and illustrations; a fine set in contemporary polished half calf, marbled sides and edges, spines decorated in gilt in compartments. 'Although as biased as Macaulay's History of England and less scholarly than Mommsen's Roman History, Grote's History of Greece can be bracketed with these two works. Like them, it was received with universal acclamation, was translated into French and German, shaped the European conception of its subject-matter throughout the nineteenth century, and still merits respect as a monument of industrious Victorian scholarship' (Printing and the Mind of Man 321).

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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

      Paris Imprimerie nationale 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 Versand D: 9,00 EUR Währungsfragen Currency question Money Geld Gold Silber Bimetallblock Goldstandard Silberstandard Geldgeschichte Bimetallismus Doppelwährung Silberwährung Goldwährung bimetallism Europa Bargeld Theorien Debatte Wirtschaftsgeschichte Monetary History

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        More Nonsense, Pictures, Rhymes, Botany, etc...

      London: Robert John Bush, 1872. First edition. Small quarto. Publisher's quarter brown cloth gilt over illustrated paper-covered boards. 138 lithographs printed on the recto of each page only. Light edgewear, some bumping and fraying of cloth at spine ends, some foxing to boards. Essentially a very good copy of a scarce book. Internally clean with scattered foxing to prelims. A charming and pretty scarce collection of nonsense verse.

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        La Pierre de Lune. Roman Anglais, traduit avec l'authorisation de l'auteur par Mme. la Comtesse Gédéon de Clermont-Tonnerre. FIRST FRENCH EDITION. 2 vols.

      Paris: Librairie Hachette & Cie. 1872 Half titles. Contemp. half red morocco, gilt spines; corners sl. bumped. Contemp. signatures on leading f.e.ps & booksellers' tickets on leading pastedowns. v.g.The Moonstone.

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        The Skylight and the Dark-Room: a complete text-book on portrait photography. Containing the outlines of hydrostatics, pneumatics, acoustics, heat, optics, chemistry, and a full and comprehensive system of the art photographic. FIRST EDITION. 4to.

      Philadelphia: Benerman & Wilson. 1872 Illus, 12 photographs laid down on 5 plates, 14pp ads. Orig. pict. green cloth, bevelled boards. v.g.Not in BL; Imperial College only on Copac; 3 copies only on OCLC; no copies recorded on ABPC & none currently for sale.An exceptionally scarce and comprehensive guide to the science and method of portrait photography, with 12 photographic examples of how to set up and mount the perfect portrait. 'This book' Anderson writes in the preface, 'has been written for learners, not for the learned! It has not been my object to extend the boundaries of our present system of photography, by excursion into debatable ground, but to present that which is generally admitted in a form easily comprehended. By this, however, I do not wish to convey the idea that my book is unscientific in its method; certainly not. I mean merely, that I have striven to avoid encumbering the work with the many abstruse and still unsolved questions which environ the subject'.

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        L'Arlésienne

      Lemerre. Published the same year as the first edition.Handsome autograph inscription from Alphonse Daudet to Hector Giacomelli.Tiny foxing, not serious, to head of spine and some leaves, otherwise a good copy. Lemerre Paris 1872 12x19cm broché

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        Petit traité de poésie française

      Bibliothèque de l'écho de la Sorbonne. First Edition. Binding to bradel half blue calico, smooth back with a gold finial, double tail thread, part of title shagreen, contemporary binding. autograph dedication of the author Paul Dally on this rare and sought-text which is the bible of Parnassians. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Bibliothèque de l'écho de la Sorbonne Paris s.d.(1872) 12x18,5cm relié

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        L'année terrible

      First edition, one of 150 numbered copies on Hollande, the only large paper copies after 25 Chine.Spine and covers very slightly and marginally sunned, not serious, otherwise  a very good copy. Michel Lévy frères Paris 1872 15,5x24cm broché

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        Autograph letter signed "Fr. Luetke", to Russian Privy councillor Von Adelung.

      St. Petersburg: 22 October, 1872. Manuscript in ink on paper, single leaf folded to form four pages, 210 x 130 mm. An interesting and rare private letter from the explorer Count Fyodor Petrovich Lütke.Lütke, who started his career in the Imperial Russian Navy in 1813, was a member of Golovnin's voyage on the Kamchatka (1817-19). Subsequently he himself led (1821-24) the expedition to explore the coastline of Novaya Zemlya, the White Sea, and the eastern parts of the Barents Sea. From 1826 to 1829 he commanded the last great Russian scientific voyage to the Northwest coast of America: sailing to the Pacific on the Senyavin via Cape Horn, they reached Sitka in 1827 and spent over a month there. They continued north to Unalaska and the Aleutian Islands, going as far north as St Matthew Island and the Bering Sea, and surveying the coast of the Alaskan Peninsula as far as Kvichak Bay. Islands in the Caroline group of Micronesia were explored during the winter of 1828, and they visited Guam, the Philippines, and St Helena Island in the south Atlantic before returning to Kronstadt in September 1829.The printed account of his voyage on the Senyavin is one of the rarest Pacific voyages today, and was rare even in the nineteenth century (the bibliographer Sabin could only explain this by pointing out that the small edition is said to have been almost entirely bought up within Russia, unlike other voyage publications of the period which reached a much wider audience).Lütke became an influential member of the Russian Geographic Society, chairman of the Naval Scientific Committee, commander-in-chief and military governor of the ports of Reval and later Kronstadt, and a member of the Russian State Council. In 1873, the Geographical Society introduced the Lütke gold medal. He is commemorated by many placenames, including a cape, a peninsula, a mountain and a bay in Novaya Zemlya, as well as a group of islands of the Franz Josef Land, Baydaratskaya Bay, and Nordenskiöld Archipelago. A strait between Kamchatka and Karaginsky Island, as well as a Russian icebreaker were also named after him.In this letter to the Russian privy councillor von Adelung, Lütke discusses the financial support of his friend's niece. Lütke gives advice on how this might be accomplished with the help of prominent members of St. Petersburg society including the Secretary of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, the mathematician Paul Heinrich Fuss, past and present Ministers of Culture Counts Uwarov and Tolstoy, as well as Tsarina Olga Nicolajevna. Fine condition.

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        L'histoire de France, racontée à mes petits enfants

      Edition illustrated with 75 inset wood for Volume 1, Volume 2 66, 74 volume 3, 94 Volume 4, and 85 volume 5, all designed by Alphonse de Neuville, Philipoteaux .. . the fifth book was written by madame de Witt, the author's daughter, according to the notes left by one. Some cards colors.Cardboard editor Magnier Charles signed tail, red and gold. Half red shagreen percaline dish. Back with false nerves decorated with four emblems of French royalty: the salamander, sun, dolphins and a crescent moon. boards decorated with a large red and gold plaque bearing in medallions figures of several kings on red background of foliage. shimmering white guards. Only the upper and lower flat of the first volume bears some gilding shortages in low margin and angular lilies otherwise magnificent example, in superb condition, perfectly fresh, well white paper pristine. Note that the fifth volume is subsequently appeared in a bright red and vermilion. Librairie Hachette et Cie Paris 1872 - 1876 grand in-8 (19x27,5cm) 5 volumes reliés

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        Voyage autour du monde... Australie ... Java, Siam, Canton... Pékin, Yeddo. San Francisco.

      Paris: Henri Plon, 1870-, 1872. Three volumes, octavo, in total 7 folding maps & 38 plates engraved after photographs (5 folding); contemporary quarter green morocco. A very good early mixed set of this extremely popular account of the author's voyage around the world.This popular and well-written account of a long circumnavigation was written by the Marquis de Beauvoir. He arrived in Melbourne in 1866, and travelled extensively in Australia, trekking overland through the eastern states and Van Diemen's Land, and going the entire length of the east coast, heading for Malaya by way of the Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait. He includes particularly good material on the Victorian goldfields, especially around Ballarat and Bendigo, but there is also a lively account of Melbourne, some thoughtful comments on the Australian aborigines he met in the bush, and a lengthy digression on the Burke and Wills expedition.The good maps are after Erhard and Vuillemin, while the many illustrations include views in Australia and California, with several depictions of Australian aborigines, including "King" Tatambo and his daughter.Fourth edition of volumes I and II, first edition of volume III. The work was begun in 1869. Ferguson concentrates on the Australie volume, and lists copies of the fourth edition of this part in the Mitchell Library and the National Library of Australia. A very good set.

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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, and G.H. Richards, R.N. 1858-62.

      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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        1 Documento manuscrito em papel.-Séc. XIX.- 38cm. Carta Imperial de nomeação do Conselheiro António Maria Fontes Pereira de Melo, Grã-Cruz da Ordem Imperial do Cruzeiro. \"Escripta no Palacio do Rio de Janeiro em dezassete de Julho de mil oitocentos setenta e dous, quinquagésimo primeiro da Independencia e do Imperio\".

      Assinatura autógrafa do Imperador. Conserva o selo branco sobre obreia. Datado do Rio de Janeiro de 17 de Julho de 1872. Junta-se uma carta do Barão de Japurá da Legação Imperial do Brasil em Lisboa datada de 22 de Agosto de 1872 dirigida ao Conselheiro Fontes Pereira de Melo \" Tenho a honra e a satisfação de passar às mãos de V. Exª a inclusa Carta Imperial, pela qual Sua Magestade o Imperador do Brasil, meu Augusto amo, se dignou condecorar a V. Exª com a GranCruz da Imperial Ordem do Cruzeiro.\"

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        The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection... Sixth edition (Eleventh Thousand), with Additions & Corrections.

      London: John Murray, 1872. 6th Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (182 x 117 mm). xxi [1], 458 pp. Includes half-title and one folding lithographed plate facing p.91. Original publisher's green cloth, gilt spine, lettering, embossed border at covers (inner hinges partly cracked, slight fraying of spine ends, very light rubbing of extremities). Owner's signature to upper blank margin of title, occasional scattered spotting (mostly to first and last leaves), otherwise clean and unmarked. All in all a fine copy. ----THE VERY RARE FIRST PRINTING OF THE SIXTH EDITION. "The sixth edition, which is usually regarded as the last, appeared in February 1872. Murray's accounts show that 3,000 copies were printed, but this total presumably included both those with eleventh thousand on the title page and those with twelfth, the latter being notably less common. It is again extensively revised and contains a new chapter, VII. This was inserted to confute the views of the Roman Catholic biologist St George Mivart. The edition was aimed at a wider public and printed in smaller type, the volume shorter again and giving the general impression of a cheap edition, which at 7s. 6d. it was. The title changes to The origin of species, and a glossary, compiled by W. S. Dallas, appears. It is in this edition that the word 'evolution' occurs for the first time. It had been used in the first edition of The descent of man in the previous year, but not before in this work. 'Evolved' had been the last word of the text in all previous editions, but 'evolution' had been omitted, perhaps to avoid confusion with the use of the word by Herbert Spencer or with its more particular embryological meaning. The word had however been used in its transformist sense by Lyell as early as 1832 (Principles of geology, Vol. II, p. 11). In this edition it occurs twice on page 201 and three times on page 424." (John van Wyhe, ed. 2002-. The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online). Very Good.

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