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        The Athletic News. A Weekly Journal of Amateur Sports [1-40]

      [No1-No 40, lacking No 38] Rare collection of thirty nine issues of Edward Hulton's pioneering Manchester sports newspaper (1875-1876) containing some of the earliest printed football reports. Produced in small tabloid format, each issue runs to 8 pages, priced at a penny, with an engraving of an 'eminent athlete' on the front cover. The run of 39 issues has been bound in modern quarter buckram over marbled boards with recent endpapers; minor browning to the paper stock, otherwise the individual issues are in very good condition throughout. One old tissue repair to a closed tear, p269, final leaf of the No 40 torn with loss. This collection begins with the journal's first issue 'Vol 1-No.1.' on Saturday June 5, 1875 and concludes Saturday, March 4th 1876. The footballing content which would in time make the journal 'the voice of football and the paper of the discerning football enthusiast' becomes prominent from October 1875 onwards with the preceding summer issues filled with reports of Golf, Athletics, Swimming, Bicycling, Yachting, Cricket, Pigeon Shooting and even 'Walking Backwards'. On October 9 the editorial announced that 'To-day the [Football] season may be said to commence in earnest... The weather is not very promising but football enthusiasts are not easily daunted' with match reports from the previous week's clash between 'Wanderers v. Queen's Park, Glasgow' at Hampden Park. From the following week the match reports are prefaced by a list of fixtures which subsequently grew with every issue, prompting several acknowledgments of the pressure of space caused by the footballing reportage. In the October 30 issue appeared the first reports on 'ties for the Association Challenge Cup' - the fifth ever F.A. Cup competition with the final first round tie reported in late November (Crystal Palace v. 15th Regiment) alongside the observation that 'the Association Cup has been the means of giving such an impetus to the "dribbling game".' It's interesting to note the November 6 observation that 'it will be seen that association football is in a fair way to become an institution in Manchester'. The world's oldest independent football club, Sheffield United, makes regular appearances among the match reports with a preview in the final issue of the fifth international match between Scotland and England on the afternoon of 4 March, 1876. Unrecorded here, Scotland won 3-0! Worldcat and COPAC locate one incomplete institutional holding only: BL.

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        Stadtplan ('Karte des Kriegshafens und der Stadt Wilhelmshaven. Herausgegeben und verlegt von H. Grund, Wilhelmshaven 1875.').

      - Lithographie v. Bernhard Wenglein & Co. in Berlin, dat. 1875, 29,5 x 37,5 Sehr selten! - Das Blatt auf Leinen altmontiert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les châtiments.

      Paris, Michel Lévi Frères, à la Librairie Nouvelle 1875 - Édition en partie originale tirée à 100 exemplaires numéroté. Celui-ci (N°52) un des 80 de tête sur papier de Hollande. Paris, Michel Lévi Frères, à la Librairie Nouvelle 1875 - XI et 455 pages. Reliure demi veau vert signée Albinhag. Dos lisse orné de fers romantiques dorés. Couverture et dos, orange, conservés. Non coupé. Pas de rousseur. Parfait état. Bel exemplaire, bien relié. Format in-4°(26x17). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Central Asia: from the Aryan to the Cossack.

      London: Tinsley Brothers, 1875 - Octavo, original red cloth, title gilt to spine, blind panelling to boards, grey-brown endpapers. A little rubbed and soiled, the spine sunned, front hinge cracked and repaired, light browning throughout, but overall a very good copy. First edition of this excellent and uncommon survey of the history of the region down to the Russian expedition of 1872–3, written with a wary eye on accelerating Russianization in the khanates. The author James Hutton (1818–93) was born in Calcutta, the son of a merchant. After a brief period as an ensign in the army of the East India Company he "tumbled into a fine fortune, tumbled out of it, then applied himself to newspapering" (Reminiscences and Anecdotes of Great Men of India, p. 186). Falling out with the Madras establishment, he headed to England becoming involved with Thornton Hunt and G. H. Lewes's The Leader. "Mr Hutton was destined, however, like so many Liberals of those days, to become eventually a Conservative. He started some twenty-five years ago a morning paper called The Day, which represents the views of a particular section of the Conservative party, but failed, though conducted with great ability, to obtain their active support. After the non-success of The Day Mr Hutton went back to India for a time. He was, indeed, connected throughout his life with Indian journalism, now as editor, now as London correspondent" (obituary in the St James's Gazette). Hutton was the author of some half-dozen books and and the translator of several others, including an account of thuggee published in 1857, and a translation of Daumas's Les Chevaux du Sahara et les mœurs du désert (1863). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and Its Tributaries. Explored in 1869, 1870, 1871, and 1872, Under the Direction of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution

      Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1875 - 291pp. Quarto [30 cm.] Original calf with leather labels on backstrip. Very good. Volume has been rebacked with original backstrip laid over. Light overall rubbing to boards, more rubbing to extremities. Small map of Arizona attached to the front pastedown. Previous owner's name handwritten on the title page. Both the folding map and profile are present an in binder's pocket at the rear of the volume. Contains eighty black and white illustrations of Powell's epic adventure down the then unknown Colorado and Green Rivers Index. The maps are in excellent condition. Powell's 1869 exploration was the first documented expedition to successfully navigate the perilous rapids of the Colorado River through the uncharted Grand Canyon. The expedition set off in 1869 with ten men and four boats under the direction of one-armed Civil War veteran John Wesley Powell. After three months and nearly 1,000 miles, only five of the original party emerged from the depths of the canyon. Their historic journey mapped the last wild, untamed river of the American West and named the last unknown regions of American geography. The Henry Mountains and the Dirty Devil River were until the Powell expedition the last nameless mountain range and river in the continental U.S. Howes P525. Farquhar 42a. Wheat 1261. Graff 3336. Sabin 64751. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MANUALE DI GINNASTICA EDUCATIVA

      PARAVIA E COMP, TORINO 1875 - ITALIANO Legatura in pergamena con titoli neri al dorso, ingiallita e con macchie scure prevalentemente al bordo superiore anteriore e rosse al piatto posteriore, illustrazioni in nero nei testi, pagine brunite causa tempo, con fioritura e con tracce di umidità ai bordi

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        Carl Rottmann's Italienische Landschaften. Nach den Fresken in den Arkaden des Kgl. Hof-Gartens in München. In Chromolithographie ausgeführt von R. Steinbock in Berlin.

      München, Berlin, & London, Friedr. Bruckmann's Verlag, ohne Jahr (1875). - Ca. 38,5 x 46 cm (Kartonformat). Insgesamt 12 chromlithographierte montierte Darstellungen von Carl Rottmann. Vorhanden sind die ersten 3 Lieferungen mit jeweils 3 Blättern (Erste Lieferung: Tivoli - Scylla und Charybdis - Taormina. Zweite Lieferung: Kyklopenfelsen - Terracina - Reggio. Dritte Lieferung: Bajae - Palermo - Veroneser Klause) sowie eine weitere Lieferung (Trient - Perugia - Nemi-See). Insgesamt erschienen bis 1876 30 Blätter. Lieferungstitel beschnitten und mit Einrissen. Die Tafeln mit Trockenstempel des Verlages unterhalb der Darstellung, wenige Tafeln mit kleinen Stockflecken im weißen Rand, sonst fleckenfrei. Lose Blätter mit einem Lieferungsumschlag.

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        Storia antica e moderna del Mugello... Volume primo (e Volume secondo, terzo e quarto)

      Tip. e lit. di G. Carnesecchi e figli, 1875. 8vo (cm. 19), 4 Voll. legati in due tomi; XIX-252, 360, 403, 340, XXVII pp. (’Indice analitico alfabetico’) con una tav. più volte rip. f.t. (’Carta topografica della Val di Sieve’). Belle legature coeve in piena pelle. Nervi, titolo e numerazione dei volumi impressa in oro ai ds. Taglio superiore dorato e sguardie in carta xilografata. Brossure ed. conservate all’interno. Ex libris araldici. Ottimo esemplare. Raro. Non in Lozzi (che cita, dello stesso Autore, un opuscolo fuori commercio del 1883).

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        Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and Its Tributaries. Explored in 1869, 1870, 1871, and 1872, Under the Direction of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution

      Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1875. First edition. Leather bound. 291pp. Quarto [30 cm.] Original calf with leather labels on backstrip. Very good. Volume has been rebacked with original backstrip laid over. Light overall rubbing to boards, more rubbing to extremities. Small map of Arizona attached to the front pastedown. Previous owner's name handwritten on the title page. Both the folding map and profile are present an in binder's pocket at the rear of the volume. Contains eighty black and white illustrations of Powell's epic adventure down the then unknown Colorado and Green Rivers Index. The maps are in excellent condition. Powell's 1869 exploration was the first documented expedition to successfully navigate the perilous rapids of the Colorado River through the uncharted Grand Canyon. The expedition set off in 1869 with ten men and four boats under the direction of one-armed Civil War veteran John Wesley Powell. After three months and nearly 1,000 miles, only five of the original party emerged from the depths of the canyon. Their historic journey mapped the last wild, untamed river of the American West and named the last unknown regions of American geography. The Henry Mountains and the Dirty Devil River were until the Powell expedition the last nameless mountain range and river in the continental U.S. Howes P525. Farquhar 42a. Wheat 1261. Graff 3336. Sabin 64751.

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        Storia antica e moderna del Mugello. Volume primo (e Volume secondo, terzo e quarto)

      Tip. e lit. di G. Carnesecchi e figli 1875-1876, Firenze - Belle legature coeve in piena pelle. Nervi, titolo e numerazione dei volumi impressa in oro ai ds. Taglio superiore dorato e sguardie in carta xilografata. Brossure ed. conservate all interno. Ex libris araldici. Ottimo esemplare. Raro. Non in Lozzi (che cita, dello stesso Autore, un opuscolo fuori commercio del 1883). 8vo (cm. 19), 4 Voll. legati in due tomi; XIX-252, 360, 403, 340, XXVII pp. ( Indice analitico alfabetico ) con una tav. più volte rip. f.t. ( Carta topografica della Val di Sieve ). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("G. Schiaparelli"). Mailand, 13. VI. 1875.

      1875. ½ S. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-4to An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten zur Übersendung des ersten Teils der "Effemeriden", Jahrgang 1873; deren zweiter Teil für 1874 befinde sich gerade im Druck, und sobald dieser fertig sei, werde er ihn auch umgehend schicken. - Schiaparelli war von 1864 bis 1900 Direktor der Sternwarte Mailand und wurde weltweit bekannt durch seine Marsbeobachtungen und die Entdeckung der so genannten Marskanäle (Canali) im Jahr 1877. - Kleinere Einrisse in den Faltungen alt hinterlegt; etwas unfrisch; ohne den erwähnten Band. - Die Verso-Seite von Bl. 1 mit dem verschlungenen Monogrammstempel "LS", die Recto-Seite mit einigen handschriftlichen Numerierungen und kl. Registraturetikett.

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        A who's-who of New York business in 1875: a presentation album signed by nearly 100 of the most prominent capitalists, including J. P. Morgan and Charles Lewis Tiffany, in a tribute to Simeon B. Chittenden, soon after his election to Congress.

      New York, March 9, 1875. 8vo. "A fine set of four volumes presented to, or retained by, Simon Baldwin Chittenden (1814-1889) including two books presented to him on the occasion of his retirement from active business in 1875, following his recent election to Congress the previous year. Proceedings of the Complimentary Dinner given to Hon. Simeon B. Chittenden by his Friends on the Occasion of his Retirement from Business. (New York: Privately printed, 1875), 47 pp. + 15 un-paginated signature leaves preceding, bound in embossed gilt titled leather boards, with ribbed and titled spine. Boards and spine rubbed, pages clean. The front leaves are signed by some of the most prominent businessmen in New York City including John Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913), Charles Lewis Tiffany (1812-1902), Levi P. Morton (1824-1920), William M. Evarts (1818-1901), Cyrus Field (1819-1892), William E. Dodge (1805-1883), Samuel D. Babcock (1821-1902), Moses Taylor (1806-1882), Samuel Sloan (1817-1907), John Aikman Stuart (1822-1926), Elliot C. Cowdin (1819-1880), John Jay Cisco (1806-1884), Royal Phelps (1809-1884), William H. Fogg (1817-1884), Percy R. Pyne (1857-1929), William Allen Butler (1825-1902), Josiah M. Fiske (c. 1821-1892), James W. Beekman (1815-1877) and approximately eighty others. The signed edition is accompanied by an unsigned copy of Proceedings of the Complimentary Dinner given to Hon. Simeon B. Chittenden by his Friends on the Occasion of his Retirement from Business. (New York: Privately printed, 1875), 8vo., 47 pp. bound in brown leather boards titled in gilt with ribbed spine. Boards and spine rubbed, front board slightly warped, pages clean. The collection also features another privately printed, and untitled, book,([n.p.], c. 1882), 128 pp. 4to. Bound in soft green leather boards with Chittenden's monogram in gilt on the front board, signed and inscribed to ""Mr. S. B. Chittenden, Jr by his Father S. B. Chittenden, Brooklyn, January 1883"" on one of the front blank endpapers. The book, authored by one of Chittenden's friends, only identified in the preface with the printed signature, ""E.C."" is a compendium of some of Chittenden's speeches in Congress. The three volumes are complimented by a scrapbook kept by Chittenden's son containing news clippings and other family-related ephemera. Simon Baldwin Chittenden was born in Guilford, Connecticut and began his mercantile career in New Haven before removing to New York in 1842. From 1867 to 1869 he served as vice president of the New York City Chamber of Commerce and in 1874 was elected as an Independent Republican to the House of Representatives, serving there until 1881. "

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        Title in Ottoman Turkish] Hive siyahetnâmesi ve-tarih-i. (A traveller's account of Khiva and its history).

      Istanbul: Basiret Matbaasi, AH 1292 (AD 1875/76) - Royal octavo (230 × 160 mm). Contemporary green sheep-backed pebble-grain boards, title gilt to spine, gilt lozenges to compartments, blind panelling to boards, pale green endpapers. A little rubbed, the spine slightly sunned, the contents variably browned through variations in the paperstock, 2-inch closed tear to map-fold, but overall very good. 32 plates with tipped-in tissue guards, folding map to rear. First edition in turkish, the year following the English first edition: the first and only edition published in the Ottoman empire. Extremely uncommon, just four copies on OCLC, this timely Turkish translation of MacGahan's account of the 1873 fall of the Khivan khanate to the Russians under General Kaufman was made in the same years as the Russian translation. MacGahan (1844–1878), was a foreign correspondent for Gordon Bennett's New York Herald and later the Daily News. He had previously covered the Franco–Prussian War in 1870–1 and was subsequently appointed the Herald's St Petersburg correspondent. On hearing of the departure of a force to Central Asia under General Skobelev, MacGahan defied the ban on correspondents accompanying the expedition. He crossed the Kyzyl-Kum desert on horseback and was present at the surrender of Khiva. His later investigations of the Bulgarian atrocities in 1876 were instrumental in preventing Britain from supporting Turkey in the Russo–Turkish War of 1877–8, a key factor in Bulgaria gaining independence from the Ottoman Empire. Atabey 744; Ghani p. 233; Yakushi M12 - all for different English language editions. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        ETHIOPIC MANUSCRIPT Manuscript in Ge-ez script on vellum

      G/No Dustjacket. 1875. Manuscript. Late 19th century or early 20th century, 34 parchment leaves, (3 leaves with later notes and 31 leaves with text on both sides). 3.8" x 2.7" or 97 mm x 70 mm. Enclosed in a leather purse with rawhide straps. Wooden lid covers with rawhide sewing of 4 gatherings that have been reinforced with cotton string. This manuscript is most likely a religious liturgy book written in black ink with added red ink for emphasis using 8 lines in a single column. Case and book are just in good condition. .

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        The Militia (Voluntary Enlistment) Act, 1875, With an Introduction and Notes

      Printed under the Superintendence of HMSO, London 1875 - Original red cloth boards, gilt, somewhat worn and marked, slightly strained, yet a usable copy, xiii+32 pages; rare, no copy in OCLC or RLIN The act which "embraced all the provisions which relate to the militia of the three kingdoms", essentially creating, for the first time, a national militia raised by voluntary enlistment; with the gloss of both Clode and A.J. Wood, who framed the Act [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Russian Romance.

      London: Henry S. King & Co.,, 1875. By Alexander Serguevitch Poushkin. Translated by Mrs. J. Buchan Telfer (Née Mouravieff). Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt, publisher's device to front cover gilt, single rule frame blocked in blind to covers, top edge black, brown floral endpapers. Bumps to spine ends, spine browned, covers and edges slightly soiled, small mark to front cover; a very good copy. First edition. This early collection of Pushkin's stories contains for the first time in English the complete Tales of Belkin, together with The Moor of Peter the Great, and a new translation of The Captain's Daughter. The translator, Ekaterina Muraveva, was Russian and married an English naval captain who fought in the Crimean War, Captain Telfer. The couple travelled twice to the Crimea and Caucasus, and in 1876 Telfer published an authoritative two volume work entitled The Crimea and Transcaucasia, Being the Narrative of a Journey. An uncommon work.

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        A Journey to the North Pole

      George Routledge 1875 - Shows slight signs of edgewear, top of spine a little worn, generally a very nice tight book. Language: eng Language: eng 0.0 Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Cours d'histoire universelle à l'Hôtel de ville. - Les questions sociales dans l'Antiquité. - Symbolique des religions anciennes et modernes. - Catéchisme religieux des libres penseurs. - Les oracles

      Edition for each of the volumes. Binding to bradel half red calico, flat spine decorated with gilt double, flat marbled paper wrappers preserved and bound in for each of the volumes. Shipments autographs signed by the author and gentlemen Ravaisson Caro head of the first flat of the first volume and the title page of the fourth volume. Nice and rare set. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Administration des Deux revues & Lib. de l'Art Indépendant & E. Leroux & Hurtau & Lib. de l'Art Indépendant Paris 1891 & 1898 & 1896 & 1875 & 1897 14,5x23cm pour le premier volume & 15x24cm pour les autres volumes 5 volumes reliés en 1

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        LEIPHEIM. Gesamtansicht von einer Anhöhe, rechts und links oben Wappen.

      - Grau lavierte Tuschfederzeichnung nach Matthäus Merian, um 1875, 29,5 x 43 cm. Vergrößerte Darstellung nach dem Kupferstich von Matthäus Merian von 1644. - Im Himmel mehrere leichte Flecken, im unteren Bereich einheitlich leicht gebräunt. - Repräsentatives und fein ausgeführtes Aquarell in Grau.

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        PROCEEDINGS OF THE ORGANIZING CONVENTION, AND OF THE FIRST AND SECOND ANNUAL GRAND CONVOCATIONS OF THE M. E. GRAND CHAPTER OF ROYAL ARCH MASONS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, FOR 1847 AND 1848.

      Jacksonville, FL 1875 - PRICE REDUCED FROM $1200.00! 13 reports bound in one volume, wraps not bound in. The first report is a reprint, the first and last cover each two years. The reports span 1847-1873 (no reports present for 1850-1858, 1861-1862), 1863: 9 (bl)(11)31 pages Parrish and Willingham 8593. Crandall 5082. 1864: 9(bl)8 pages Parrish and Willingham 8594. 1865: 9(bl), 9(bl)1(bl) Parrish and Willingham 8595. An uncommon Florida item. We have never offered any of these Florida Confederate imprints. Our first copy in 47 years. Protected by a clear acid-free mylar dust jacket. 479-72 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        History of the Indian Mutiny

      1875. BALL, Charles. The History of the Indian Mutiny: Giving a Detailed Account of the Sepoy Insurrection in India. London: London Printing and Publishing Company, circa 1875. Seven volumes. Quarto, publisher's gilt- and blind-stamped red cloth. $2000.Early edition of Ball's illustrated history of the Sepoy Mutiny, with two engraved title-pages, seven steel-engraved portraits, 71 steel-engraved views and battle scenes, and two double-page maps of India hand-colored in outline. Seven volumes in publisher's original cloth.A detailed history of this very complicated time in Anglo-Indian history, the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857-58, often described as India's First War of Independence. The seven ""divisions"" of this history were meant to be bound by the purchaser in two volumes; this set includes appropriate title pages, engraved title pages, and directions for where to bind the plates, which have been bound into the front of each division. First published 1860. Early owner signature.Light foxing to some plates. Slight wear to spine ends, Volume II and V with expert reinforcement to text block. Near-fine condition, scarce in original cloth.

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        Album Du Carnival

      Parfumerie Oriza - No place, no date (circa 1875). 4to, purple cloth boards, gilt-lettered spine. About fine. Large bookplate of Wilhelm Herzog Braunschweig. Twelve color lithographs by E. Girard on thick paper mounted on stubs of provocatively dressed young women each with caption alluding to Ismail Pasha (1830-1895), Ottoman Viceroy of Egypt with the hereditary title Khedive. His greatest achievement was his role in opening the Suez Canal, but his building projects and profligate person spending led to British control and forced abdication in 1879. Sexy Anglo-Egyptian carnival costumes which are satiric adaptations of military costume with Scottish and Islamic motifs. Size: 4to [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Magie dévoilée ou principes de science occulte

      St Germain, imp. Heutte, 1875, in 4°, de VIII-284pp., et 2 ff. h. t. de 12 gravures sur papier bistre, demi-chagrin vert bronze éditeur, dos orné, plats toile avec encadrement d'un filet doré. Exemplaire avec les figures rajoutées collées dans le texte, certaines manuscrites. Rarissime ouvrage hors commerce avec mention en tête "2e tirage fait à très-petit nombre d'exemplaires". Il était réservé aux initiés, et le premier tirage date de 1852. Du Potet le cédait contre la somme énorme de 100 francs or et le serment par écrit de ne pas le communiquer et de ne pas révéler les secrets qu'il contient... Il est précédé d'une intéressante autobiographie de l'auteur. Certains exemplaires possèdent des figures rajoutées de la main de l'auteur et réservées à certains de ses disciples. "Opérations magiques, miroirs, attractions, sympathies et antipathies, flèches, harmonies magiques, magique ivresse, principes et secrets, créations spirituelles, moyens opératoires, préparation du miroir, visions, cercle et miroir visibles et occultes..." ¶ Caillet n°3405 - Dorbon 1387 - Guaïta n°1332.

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        The Works of Thomas Love Peacock, Including His Novels, Poems, Fugitive Pieces, Criticisms, Etc.

      Richard Bentley and Son, London 1875 - 3 volumes in early full green morocco by the Harcourt Bindery with inner dentelles, spines, edges and some of the boards gently toned to brown, light rubbing to hinges. Clean and bright internally - an attractive in fine Harcourt bindings. Size: Octavo (8vo). 3-volume set (complete). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Literature & Literary; Poetry. Inventory No: 045515. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht ('Ansicht von Detmold.').

      - kolorierte u. eiweißgehöhte Lithographie v. C. Süssnapp n. L. Menke b. Meyer in Detmold, 1875, 16,5 x 25,5

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        Sketches New and Old

      Hartford: American Publishing Co, 1875. First. hardcover. near fine. Large 8vo, blue cloth, stamped in gold and black.`` Hartford: American Publishing Co., 1875. First Edition. First issue, with the repeated footnote on p. 119 & 120, with the inserted erratum slip, and with the 11 line sketch on p. 299. Bright, tight copy, preserved in a 1/4 leather slipcase.

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        Scholia Graeca in Homeri Iliadem. Ex codicibus aucta et emendata. Bände I, II, III, IV.

      Oxford Clarendon Press Weigel Leipzig 1875. 4 Bde. (von 6) XLIX, 434 S. / 392 S. + gef. Faksimile/ XVI + 511 S. / IV: 413 S. + gef. Faksimile. 22,5 cm, HLdr.bde d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung. 1 Band am Gelenk angeplatzt, marmorierter Schnitt. EBs et was berieben Bibliotheksexemplar mit Stempeln und Rückenschildern. Innen frisch.Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        La Fille de Roland. Drame en cinq actes et en vers.

      Paris : Dentu (imp. Paul Dupont) 1875 - In-8, 232 x 155 : 106 pp., (3 ff. blancs), couverture imprimée. – Demi-maroquin vert à larges coins, à la bradel, dos lisse, couverture conservée (reliure de l’époque). Édition originale avec fausse mention de « huitième édition » sur le titre. La Fille de Roland fut créée le 15 février 1875 et jouée durant trois mois au Théâtre français (Comédie française) avec Sarah Bernhardt dans le rôle principal qui inaugurait ce jour là, sa place de Sociétaire. Cette pièce considérée comme «l’un des grands succès du théâtre contemporain, et l’une des meilleures pièces en vers du répertoire», permit à l’auteur de connaître une ascension fulgurante. Henri de Bornier (1825-1901) fit par la suite son entrée à l’Académie Française en 1893 contre Émile Zola au fauteuil de Xavier Marmier (n°31). Précieux exemplaire d’Adolphe Thiers (1797-1877), enrichi de plusieurs pièces : - un envoi de l’auteur sur le faux-titre : « A Mr. Thiers, membre de l’Académie française, hommage respectueux de l’auteur. Henri de Bornier ». - une émouvante lettre autographe de l’auteur accompagnée de sa petite enveloppe, adressée à Adolphe Thiers : « Monsieur, permettez-moi de vous offrir mon drame La Fille de Roland. Vous avez daigné accueillir autrefois avec bienveillance un autre ouvrage de moi, Dante et Béatrix, j’ose espérer la même bienveillance pour celui-ci. Je suis certain du moins que les sentiments patriotiques qui ont inspirés ce drame lui feront trouver grâce auprès du grand patriote auquel la France doit tant » Très bel exemplaire en demi-maroquin à coins. Provenances : Adolphe Thiers - Auguste Zakrzewski - Albert Semiane, dit Sciama bibliophile et poète. Quelques rares rousseurs. Infimes manques angulaires à la couverture. Carteret, 869. - Talvart et Place II, 121 n°25 A. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Illustrated Historical Atlas of Hancock County, Ohio. From Recent and Actual Surveys and Records, Under the Superintendence of G. A. Eberhardt, C.E.

      Chicago, Illinois: H. H. Hardesty, 1875. - Folio, (18 x 15 inches). Fine folding lithographed "General Railway Map of the United States and Canada," 25 full-page lithographed maps with original hand-color in full, 28 lithographed views, some full-page (one or two short marginal tears, occasional spotting). Library buckram. Provenance: Ink library stamp of the Chicago Historical Society to the title page. First edition. Hancock County is a county in northwestern Ohio established in 1828. Published by Hiram H. Hardesty (1834-1898), a prolific publisher of Ohio county atlases. With the Rand, MacNally & Co. folding "General Railway Map of the United States and Canada." Other maps include "Map of Ohio," "Outline Map of Hancock Co. Ohio," "Map of Washington Township," "Map of Allen Township." Views include "Residence, Stock Farm and Saw Mills owned by Amos Stover Esqr. Marion Tp. Hancock Co. Ohio"; "Coons, Adams & Co.s Iron Foundry, Findlay, Hancock Co., Ohio. Improved Circular Saw Mills & Engines of Every Discription [sic]"; "Res. Of L. Glessner, Proprietor and Publisher of the Hancock Courier, Findlay, Ohio." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Saskatchewan and the Rocky Mountains: a diary and narrative of travel, sport, and adventure, during a journey through the Hudson's Bay Company's territories, in 1859 and 1860. By the Earl of Southesk

      Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1875. First edition, first issue (without the half-title); 8vo, pp. [3], viii-xxviii, 448; 2 folding maps printed 3 colors, 7 wood-engraved plates, 5 lithographic facsimiles, plus other illustrations in the text; original blue cloth, gilt lettering on spine; hinges cracked, spine ends chipped and cracked, the whole a little shaken, lending library label removed from upper cover, ex-Northern Pacific Railway Co. Library with small rubberstamp on the flyleaf and a small accession label at the base of the spine, but no other markings; a good copy of a not-so-common book. Based on a "carefully-kept journal, for the most part noted down evening by evening over the camp fire, and none of it written, save a sentence or two, at intervals of more than a few days after the occurences it relates" (Preface). Sabin 88549; Graff 588; TPL 4019 (citing the second issue).

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        The Large Game and Natural History of South and South-East Africa

      Edmondston and Douglas, Edinburgh 1875 - Illustrated. 1 vols. Sm 4to. Original green cloth gilt Inner hinges cracked, front free endpaper slightly chipped at inner and outer margins, interior very good

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        ALS. To Joseph Fayrer (1824-1907), refusing to sponsor his paper for Royal Society as Dr. (T.L.) Brunton is now among us

      , 1875. 1875. 2 pp. old folds, small tape repair. 2 pp. Huxley and Fayrer met in 1844 at the University of London. "Fayrer became a firm friend. The two often worked through the night..." (Desmond). Indeed, it was Fayrer, who suggested Huxley take to the sea and thus he joined the Rattlesnake under the command of Owen Stanley (1846-50).Having returned from the Rattlesnake voyage (1846-50), he became the professor of natural history at the Royal School of Mines and later president of the Royal Society. Though is best known as "Darwin's bulldog" for his strident advocacy of his theory of evolution. He also coined the term "agnostic".Fayrer was famous for the treatment of snaekbite and, at the time of writing, was gearing up for membership of the Royal Society. He was proposed for election in March and finally admitted in April 1877. Desmond, A; Huxley From Devil's Disciple to Evolution's High Priest. Reading, 1997, p.36

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        An American edition of The Treatyse of Fysshynge wyth An Angle, from The Boke of St. Albans by Dame Juliana Berners, A.D. 1496 . Edited by Geo. W. Van Siclen

      [Jas. L. Black], New York 1875 - First American edition. 118 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed to Artist J. Wells Champney. INSCRIBED by the editor Van Siclen to the artist J. Wells Champney: "My dear 'Champ'"Yours cordially"The American Editor hereof"Oct/78"This is actually only the third separate edition of "Fysshynge with an Angle" (which first appeared in The BOOK OF ST. ALBANS in 1496), preceded only by the Wynken de Worde edition of 1496 and the Pickering edition of 1827. This edition is dedicated to the Willewemoc Club It includes a preface by van Siclen, the preface of the Pickering edition, and a glossary. Bruns B-137 & V27450 Rust colored cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt. Fine copy, with the bookplate of Dwight Blaney on the front pastedown [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Franz Skarbina: Der Opernhausball (Originalzeichnung)

      1875 - Tusche in Pinsel über Bleistift auf Papier 24,9 cm x 17,8 cm Links oben signiert und datiert. Studie zu dem Gemälde Opernhausball im Von-der-Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Descriptive Catalogue of James W. Tufts' Arctic Soda Water Apparatus

      James W. Tufts, Boston 1875 - Pictorial rust cloth binding rubbed at extremities; spine ends, corners frayed; boards scuffed; a lot of pale spotting to back board; hinges cracked; owner's name inked on small pencilled diagram on rfep; a few leaves nicked at edges; leaf edges, eps foxed, else a nice, clean catalogue, with bright & clear ils. ; Many great b&w product ils.; completed order form, dated 09/29/1891 included. ; Small 4to; Unpaginated pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Indian boys, the breech clout [Ute]

      C.R. Savage, Pioneer Art Gallery [c.1875], Salt Lake City, UT - Stereoview [17.5 cm x 8.5 cm] Green mount. Savage backstamp. Utah Illustrated by C.R. Savage. Very good.

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        Mittheilungen des deutschen und oesterreichischen Alpenvereins. Band I - Band XXXVI.

      Verlag des Vereins, Frankfurt a. M. - München (dal 1877) - Wien (dal 1880) - Salzburg (dal 1883) - Poi di nuovo München und Wien, 1875. Band I(1875)-IX(1883): Volumi di cadauno da 200 a 350 p. circa, 22 cm, mezza tela coeva con titoli oro al dorso (alcuni volumi) e mezza pelle coeva con titoli oro al dorso (altri volumi); Band XI - XXXVI: Volumi di ca. 300 p., 29 cm, mezza tela coeva alcuni con titoli oro al dorso altri con etichettine in carta. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo, timbri con eliminazione al primo volume, timbro privato al terzo volume, timbrini privati ai volumi 1897-1900 e 1907-1911. IL PREZZO SI RIFERISCE ALL'INSIEME DEI 34 VOLUMI COME DESCRITTO. Alla SERIE COMPLETA mancano i volumi X (1884) e il volume XIV (1888). Eccezionale raccolta quasi COMPLETA dal 1875 al 1911, in alcuni numeri presenta anche anche illustrazioni incise e una carta geografica. Alla fine del V volume (1879) è legata la seguente opera: "Der Deutsche und Oesterreichische Alpenverein: Ein Blick auf seine Ziele und seine bisherigen Leistungen". Alla fine dell'ottavo volume (1882) è legata la seguente opera: "Erster Nachtrag zum Verzeichniss der Mitglieder des deutschen und oesterreichischen Alpenvereins 1882 und Auszüge aus den Jahresberichten der Sectionen für 1881" e all'anno seguente lo "Zweiter Nachtrag...". Al volume del 1900 è allegata la carta geografica a colori: "Die Gebirge: Lau-Schan und Tung-Liu-Schui".

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        The Complete Angler with original memoirs and notes by Sir Harris Nicolas

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1875. Third Nicolas Edition. With engraved title, 60 engraved plates. 1 vols. 8vo. Three quarter green morocco, uniformly mellowed to brown, marbled paper sides and endpapers, gilt panelled spine, t.e.g. Extremities slightly rubbed, else fine. Third Nicolas Edition. With engraved title, 60 engraved plates. 1 vols. 8vo. A compact, pleasing edition, with the illustrations of the first Nicolas edition (1836), here printed all on separate leaves. Coigney 95; Westwood & Satchell, p. 235

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