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        Camp Apache, Arizona,1876

      [Camp Apache, Arizona], 1876. Gray watercolour, highlighted with red, white, and blue watercolor, on paper. Image size: 16 1/4 x 21 inches, sheet size: 20 x 25 inches. Titled in block letters in the lower margin. Signed and dated lower mid-left image: 'G. Anderson / Aug. 5th 1876'. Excellent condition, three short marginal tears expertly repaired. Matted and glazed, in a modern decorated gilt frame. A fine historical graphic record of one of the most storied of western forts: a panoramic view of Camp Apache, a U.S. Army stronghold in the Indian reservation established on the White Mountain River in southeastern ArizonaTerritory to control the White Mountain and Cibecue Apaches. The Indian fighter General George Crook and his Apache Scouts (pacified Apaches who wore U.S.Army uniforms) operated from the base, attempting to control the marauding tendencies of the wild tribes. The fort was originally built in 1870 as Camp Ord under the supervision of Brevet Colonel John Green of the U.S. 1st Cavalry. It was renamed several times; first Camp Mogollon, then Camp Thomas, and then Camp Apache (its name when this drawing was done). It was not until 1879 that the post was finally called Fort Apache. The camp is pictured in 1876, shortly after General August Valentine Kautz had taken command of the Department of Arizona. 'G. Anderson' is not a recorded artist. Possibly he was a soldier with some training in drawing stationed at Camp Apache. An American flag, painted, red, white, and blue (the only object in the painting not painted en grisaille) flies above the parade ground. The camp is shown in fine detail, in the valley of the White Mountain River, with canyons and mesas in the near distance. More than sixty buildings are depicted, including headquarters, the commanding officer's residence, junior officers' billets, enlisted men's barracks, squad huts, privies, and work sheds. At the camp entrance in the right foreground, functioning as a decorative cartouche for the picture, stands an Indian brave in a feathered head-dress, loincloth, and leggings, leaning on a long rifle. In 1869, Green explained the strategic reasons for establishing the camp: 'I have selected a site for a military post on the White Mountain River which is the finest I ever saw. The climate is delicious, and said by the Indians to be perfectly healthy, free from all malaria. Excellently well wooded and watered. It seems as though this one corner of Arizona were almost its garden spot, the beauty of its scenery, the fertility of its soil and facilities for irrigation are not surpassed by any place that ever came under my observation. Building material of fine pine timber is available within eight miles of this site. There is also plenty of limestone within a reasonable distance. This post would be of the greatest advantage for the following reasons: It would compel the White Mountain Indians to live on their reservation or be driven from their beautiful country which they almost worship. It would stop their traffic in corn with the hostile tribes, they could not plant an acre of ground without our permission as we know every spot of it. It would make a good scouting post, being adjacent to hostile bands on either side. Also a good supply depot for Scouting expeditions from other posts, and in fact, I believe, would do more to end the Apache War than anything else' Provenance: Kennedy Galleries (labels); Collection of Edward Eberstadt & Sons. Howard R. Lamar (editor) New Encyclopedia of the American West (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1998), p.39.

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        Works / Werke in 24 Bände / volume Collection of British Authors / collected works

      Leipzig, Tauchnitz Edition Text: english rote Kaliko - Einbände, gebundene Ausgabe, goldgeprägter Deckel und Rücken, books in good condition, Exemplar in sehr gutem Erhaltungszustand Band 1: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) EA / (2 + 3) Band: The Innocents Abroad (1869), travel 2 Bände / volume / Band 4: Roughing It (1880), travel / Band 5: The innocents at Home (1881) / Band (6 + 7): The Prince and the Pauper (1881) 2 Bände EA / Band 8: The Stolen White Elephant\" (1882) EA / Band (9 + 10): Life on the Mississippi (1883), EA travel 2 Bände / volume / Band 11: Sketches New and Old (1883), short story collection / Band 12: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885) \"nur Band I / von 2 Bänden / Band 13: Selections from american Humor (1888) / Band (14 + 15): A Yankee at the court of King Arthur 2 Bände / volume (1890) / Band 16: The American Claimant (1892) EA / Band 17: The 1,000,000 Note\" (1893) EA / Band 18: Tom Sawyer Abroad (1894) EA / Band 19: Pudd\'nhead Wilson (1895) / Band (20 + 21): Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc (1896) EA - 2 Bände / volume / Band 22: Tom Sawyer, Detective (1897) / Band (23 +24): More Tramp Abroad (1897), travel 2 Bände / volume / Romane T Versand D: 4,50 EUR Englische Literatur - Ausgaben / in englischer Sprache / englisch /, Literatur / Gesamtausgaben / Werke / sämtliche Werke / Gesammelte Schriften /, USA: Amerikanische Literatur / Anglistik /

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        Map of New York City south of 46th. St

      New York: M. Dripps, 1876. Folding lithographic map (39 3/4 x 26 3/4 inches), hand-coloured in outline. (Small clean tears to folds, small section at foot of title excised by the publisher, replaced with identical paper and with some manuscript work added). 1p. letterpress 'Catalogue of M. Dripps' Maps' tipped onto front pastedown of cover. (Small clean tears to folds.) Unbound, as issued, within original dark brown cloth boards, blocked in blind, with title 'Dripps' Large Map of N.Y. City' blocked in gilt on upper cover. A fine example of this pocket map, with a fully-coloured inset of a copy of Thomas Kitchin's map of 'New York Island' (originally published in the London Magazine in 1778) and interesting lists of Police Stations and sub-Post Offices, a street directory, and a key to rail road routes The title notes that the map also includes details '... showing new arrangement Docks, piers and water frontage also soundings and former high water line Elevated and horse car railroad routes, traced by characters, public buildings, churches, &c. Street directory and numbers.' The detail on the map is impressive, with numerous businesses, hotels, banks, theatres, etc. identified, as well as the route of the elevated railway along Greenwich Street -- the first elevated railroad in Manhattan. In the same year, Dripps also issued a two-sheet map which extended the area covered north to 135th street but was otherwise similar (the same inset Kitchin map for instance). Cf. "Checklist of Maps and Atlases relating to the city of New York in the New York Public Library" in the Bulletin of the New York Public Library, volume V (New York: 1901), p.71 ("Map ... south of 135th Street'); not in Rumsey.

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        Les convulsions de Paris. 1. Les prisons pendant la Commune. 2.Episodes de la Commune. 3. Les Sauvetages pendant la Commune. 4. La Commune à l'Hôtel de Ville.

      Hachette, Paris 1876 - Quatre volumes (1876-1880) in-8 (23 cm x 15 cm), IV-543-III-506-III-515-III-542 pp. Le volume I (1878), deuxième édition. Les volumes II (1879), III (1879), IV (1880), troisième édition. Demi-chagrin bleu. Dos à quatre nerfs, fleurons et titres dorés, têtes marbrées. Quelques frottements aux reliures. Reliure uniforme pour les quatre volumes. Pour accéder à la totalité de notre offre, consultez notre site Paris-Libris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Holy Bible: Containing the Old and New Testaments; translated literally from the original tongues.

      Hartford: American Publishing Co. 8vo (25.5 cm, 10"). [2], 892, 276 pp.. 1876 First and only edition of this interestingly nonconformist translation, done by a vocal suffragist known for protesting the taxation of unenfranchised women. Julia Evelina Smith (1792–1886), one of the five celebrated, talented siblings sometimes referred to as the "Marvelous Smith Sisters of Connecticut," became a member of the Sandemanian sect after much independent religious study. She chose to have her private labor of love published to serve as a public demonstration of the intellectual capabilities of women, rebuking one dubious banker with the comment that she "thought it just as well to spend money to print this Bible as to put it into a thousand-dollar shawl" (New York Times, 9 March 1886). Smith endeavored to provide an extremely literal, word-for-word rendition to enhance her and her sisters' understanding of the text. Regarding the rather tangled results, she notes in her preface that "readers of this book may think it strange that I have made such use of the tenses . . . It seems to me that the original Hebrew had no regard to time, and that the Bible speaks for all ages." Priding herself as a student of ancient languages particularly on her Hebrew, this translator closely followed the Masoretic text for the O.T. and => consistently used "Jehovah" for the Tetragrammaton. Publisher's pebbled brown cloth, title and translator's name simply gilt-stamped within blind-stamped panel; recently rebacked and original spine reapplied (spine slightly rumpled), one corner restored, other corners mildly rubbed. Hinges (inside) reinforced. Front pastedown with affixed newspaper clipping on the Smith sisters. One page with short tear from lower edge, not extending into text; pages clean. => A nice copy of a very desirable Bible.

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        The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

      American Publishing Company 1876 - First Edition, Second issue with illustration on verso of half title and pages IX, X, & XII instead labeled XII, XIII, & XVI. Laid in is a card inscribed "Truly Yours", and SIGNED "Mark Twain". The card is of heavy stock and was previously attached to another sheet of paper, the remains of which are on the verso. A glue stain is present on the bottom edge of the card and very minute amounts of foxing are present on card face. The original cloth covers of the book have had the corners professionally touched up and the original spine is professionally refurbished although still age darkened with the gilt considerably less bright than the front panel. There is an ink name on the front endpaper, the hinges have been stabilized with Japanese paper, and the first contents page has a short tear near the gutter. The pages have light age toning, there is some soiling on the rear psstedown and endpaper, the front endpaper has two small tears and a tiny chip, and there is off setting on the second and third front endpapers from a prior occupant and bleeds through faintly to the illustration and title page. The binding is still quite solid. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in one volume

      Leipzig Bernhard Tauchnitz 1876 authorized edition. 303 S., 8°. collection of brithish autors; vol.1622 Besitzereintrag auf Titelseite\"Bippelius\" rotes Leinen mit Goldprägung auf Titel und Rücken, Marmorschnitt, guter Zustand, ohne Mangel, good condition, english, Bilder auf Anfrage, Pictures on request Versand D: 5,00 EUR Belletristische Darstellung; Amerika

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        Handbuch der Römischen Alterthümer. 7 in 10 Bde, komplett.

      S. Hirzel, Leipzig Hartkarton/Leinen Sehr gut Sieben Bände in zehn Büchern, vollständig. Marmorierte Hartkarton-Einbände mit Leinenecken und -rücken, goldgeprägte Rückentiteleien, Einbände vom Buchbinder fachmännisch restauriert, alle mit Bibliotheksstempeln (ausgeschieden) und Exlibris von Dr. Erwin Wickert (ehemaliger deutscher Botschafter)versehen, klare lateinische Schrift, Fußnoten zugeordnet, sauber und ohne jegliche Anstreichungen und Eintragungen, Bände nummeriert von I-VII.b. --- ERSTES BUCH, I. Band, 1876, 2. Auflage: Römisches Staatsrecht. XXII, 682 Seiten. --- ZWEITES BUCH, II.a. Band, I. Abtheilung, 1877, 2. Auflage. Theodor Mommsen: Römisches Staatsrecht. XIV, 720 Seiten. --- DRITTES BUCH, II.b. Band, II. Abtheilung, 1877, 2. Auflage. Theodor Mommsen: Römisches Staatsrecht. XIV, Seite 724 bis 1147. --- VIERTES BUCH, III.a. Band, I. Abtheilung, 1887, 1. Auflage. Theodor Mommsen: Römisches Staatsrecht. XVIII, 832 Seiten. --- FÜNFTES BUCH, III.b. Band, II. Abtheilung, 1888, 1. Auflage. Theodor Mommsen: Römisches Staatsrecht. XIV, Seite 836 bis 1336. --- SECHSTES BUCH, IV. Band, 1881, 2. Auflage. Joachim Marquardt: Römische Staatsverwaltung. XII, 584 Seiten. --- SIEBENTES BUCH, V. Band, 1884, 2. Auflage, besorgt von H. Dessau und A. v. Domaszewski. Joachim Marquardt: Römische Staatsverwaltung. Mit 1 lithographischen Tafel und 14 Holzschnitten. XVI, 621 Seiten. --- ACHTES BUCH, VI. Band, 1885, 2. Auflage, besorgt von Georg Wissowa. Joachim Marquardt: Römische Staatsverwaltung. Dritter Band. XII, 598 Seiten. --- NEUNTES BUCH, VII.a. Band, 1886, 2. Auflage, besorgt von A. Mau. Joachim Marquardt: Das Privatleben der Römer. Erster Theil. Mit 2 lithographierten Tafeln und 12 Holzschnitten. XIV, 385 Seiten. --- ZEHNTES BUCH, VII.b. Band, 1886, 2. Auflage, besorgt von A. Mau. Joachim Marquardt: Das Privatleben der Römer. Zweiter Theil. Mit 23 Holzschnitten. XII, 887 Seiten mit umfangreichem Register. AB SEITE 510 MIT KUGELEINSCHUSS, entsprechend bei den Fußnoten Textverlust in der Größe eines 10 Cent Stückes. --- Trotz des Kugeleinschusses im letzten Buch eine insgesamt sehr gut erhaltene, saubere Ausgabe. --- 9.4 Kg. LBH 22,5 x 15,5 x 37 Cm. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Rom Antike Verwaltung Altertümer Verfassung Recht Rechtsgeschichte Jura Gesamtausgabe

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        MEMORIE STORICO-DIPLOMATICHE DELL\'ANTICA CITTA\' E DUCATO DI AMALFI cronologicamente ordinate e continuate sino al secolo XVIII e divise in due volumi. Band 1-2 cpl..

      Stabilimento Tipografico Nazionale Salerno 1876 Mit IV, 682 Seiten, 1 Blatt und 710 Seiten, LXVIII ( Annotazioni e Documenti ),1 Blatt, 4° ( 27 x 19 cm ), im Halbledereinband etwas späterer Zeit mit neuen Vorsätzen aufgebunden. Einbände etwas fleckig und berieben, Kanten etwas bestoßen. Innen einige Seiten etwas angestaubt, wenige Seitenleicht fleckig. Bibliotheksstempel auf Vortitel ( Municipio della citta di Amalfi ). Mit handschriftlicher Widmung auf dem Titelblatt \" Il Signore Andrea Barbaro proprietario dell`Hotel Luna Amalfi offre al...carissimo amico Arturo Castillanos, Amalfi 23.2.1924 \". ( Gesamtgewicht 2500 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Amalfi, Neapel, Golf von Neapel, Salerno, Hotel Luna

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        JAMES YOUNGER.

      Taken in September, 1876 in Madelia, Mankato, or Northfield, Minnesota. - This, the first photograph of Jim Younger after his capture, along with his brothers Cole and Bob, outside of Madelia, Minnesota, after their infamous robbery of the First National Bank in Northfield, Minnesota. See the image of Jim Younger shown between pages 40 & 41 of the classic account of the robbery, Robber and Hero, The Story of The Raid on The First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota by the James-Younger Band of Robbers, in 1876 by George Huntington. An original carte-de-visite image, trimmed by a previous owner to 2" wide x 2.5" high, then protected in a rather ornate 19th century case, typically used with daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, or tintypes. Case in very good condition, with original cloth, hinge intact and original clasp present. Image has a very small card 1.25"W x .5"H, describing image, affixed to the image under Jim's chin, across his upper chest, by a previous owner, many years ago. Otherwise, a clean, very good image. James Younger was born in Lee's Summit or Harrisonville, Missouri on January 15, 1848. Jim rode, with Cole and the James Brothers, with Quantrill's Guerillas. Jim was captured near Smiley, Kentucky and imprisoned until the end of the war. After the war, Jim joined Cole and the James Brothers in several bank robberies. In addition, Jim and brother John confronted 2 Pinkerton men and a Deputy Sheriff in Monegaw Springs, Missouri on March 16, 1874. The resultant shoot-out ended with John Younger and 2 of the 3 lawmen dead. Jim's demise began with the gang's decision to go north and rob The First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota. Eight or nine men, including Jim, Cole, and Bob Younger, and Frank and Jesse James attempted the bank robbery. The failed attempt ended with the bank teller wounded, the bookkeeper dead, and a citizen dead in the street, along with 2 robbers dead, and several robbers riding hard to escape. Cole and Bob Younger were wounded. Jim Younger and Charlie Pitts stayed with Cole and Bob. Frank and Jesse James split-up from the others and successfully escaped from the myriad of pursuers. Outside of Madelia, Minnesota, Pitts and the Youngers were surrounded by a group of local citizens and lawmen. As the posse closed-in, a gunfight erupted resulting [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Études d'entomologie

      1876 - 21 livraisons en cinq volumes Rennes, imprimerie Oberthür, 1876-1902, , 21 livraisons en cinq volumes ; 2 vol. in-4 et 3 vol. grand in-4, demi-chagrin noir, dos à faux nerfs et orné de caissons dorés ; avec un vol. de table, in-8 broché, 44 p, Tout ce qui a paru, en édition originale, de cette belle somme que l'on trouve rarement complète : elle comprend 143 planches planches de papillons, la plupart en couleurs, auxquelles ont été rajoutés quelques états en noir. Notons néanmoins qu'il manque la planche en couleurs n° 4 de la 3e livraison (état en noir seul, planche déréglée). Envois de l'auteur sur quelques fascicules, à M. Capronnier ; plusieurs planches avec signature autographe "Ch. Carpentier". L'ensemble a paru en 2 séries (livraisons I à X et XI à XXI), qui constituent une "suite de monographies locales et d'aperçus généraux, ne renfermant pas moins de 1120 pages avec 142 [pour 143] planches finement gravées en noir ou coloriées au pinceau. Les Études d'entomologie ont été suivies, à partir de 1904, de la publication des Études de lépidoptérologie comparée. - Première livraison, juillet 1876 : Étude sur la faunes des lépidoptères d'Algérie. 4 pl, dont 1 et 2 en deux états. Avec envoi. - Deuxième livraison, novembre 1876 : Espèces nouvelles de lépidoptères recueillis en Chine par M. l'abbé A[rmand] David. 4 pl. en couleurs. - Troisième livraison, octobre 1878 : Étude sur la faune des lépidoptères de la côte orientale d'Afrique. 5 pl, la n° 4 en noir. - Quatrième livraison, octobre 1879 : Catalogue raisonné des papilioniadae de la collection des Ch. Oberthür à Rennes. 6 pl. en couleurs. - Cinquième livraison, octobre 1880 : faune des lépidoptères de l'île d'Askold, 1ere partie. 9 pl. en couleurs. - Sixième livraison, juillet 1881 : 1. Lépidoptères de Chine ; 2. Lépidoptères d'Amérique ; 3. Lépidoptères d'Algérie. 20 pl, toutes en deux états (un en noir, un en couleurs) - Septième livraison, mai 1883 : Hepialides nouveaux d'Aurope. Lépidoptères de l'Amérique méridionale. 3 pl, en deux états. Envoi. - Huitième livraison, juin 1884 : Lépidoptères des Pyrénées. 1 pl. en deux états. -Neuvième livraison, août 1884 : Lépidoptères du Thibet, de Mantschourie, d'Asie-Mineure et d'Algérie. 3 pl. en deux états. - Dixième livraison, octobre 1884 : Lépidoptères d'Asie orientale. 3 pl. en 2 états. - Onzième livraison, décembre 1886 : Espèces nouvelles de lépidoptères du Tibet. 7 pl. en deux états, dont plusieurs portent la signature autographe "Ch. Carpentier" - Douzième livraison, 12 mai 1888 : Nouveaux lépidoptères d'Afrique et d'Amérique. Premiers états de lépidoptères de la Réunion. Lépidoptères européens et algériens. 7 pl. en deux états. - Treizième livraison, mai 1890 : Lépidoptères des îles Comores, d'Algérie et du Tibet. 10 pl. en couleurs. - Quatorzième livraison, avril 1891 : Lépidoptères du genre parnassius. 3 pl. en couleurs. - Quinzième livraison, juin 1891 : Lépidoptères d'Asie. 3 pl. en deux états. - Seizième livraison, juin 1892 : Lépidoptères du Pérou, du Tibet et du Yunnan. 2 pl. en deux états. - Dix-septième livraison, avril 1893 : Lépidoptères d'Asie et d'Afrique. 4 pl. en deux états. - Dix-huitième livraison, novembre 1893 : Lépidoptères d'Afrique et d'Asie. 6 pl, deux états. - Dix-neuvième livraison, août 1894 : Lépidoptères d'Europe, d'Algérie, d'Asie et d'Océanie. 8 pl, deux états. - Vingtième livraison, mai 1896 : De la variation chez les lépidoptères. Pl. 1 à 10 en couleurs ; les pl. 11 à 21 sont des reproductions de photographies en phototypie. - Vingt-et-unième livraison, février 1902 : Variation des heliconia thelxiope et vesta. 11 pl, deux états. Houlbert C, Tables générales systématiques et alphabétiques. Première partie. Rennes, Imprimerie Oberthür, 1920. Tables complètes pour la publication des Études d'entomologie (la deuxième série concerne les Études de lépidoptérologie comparée, publiée à partir de 1904). Nissen, ZBI, n° 2997. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Recueil de mémoires, rapports et documents relatifs à l'observation du passage de Vénus sur le Soleil (Institut de France. Académie des sciences)

      1876 - 3 tomes en 8 volumes in-4 Paris, Firmin-Didot et Cie puis Gauthier-Villars, 1876-1890, , 3 tomes en 8 volumes in-4 (atlas 68 planches et annexe compris), demi-chagrin brun de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs, armes anciennement masquées en tête des dos, Édition originale de la totalité des publications de l'Académie des sciences autour de l'expédition astronomique française chargée d'étudier le passage de Vénus devant le soleil en 1874 : cette conjonction, qui a lieu deux fois tous les cent treize ans environ à huit ans d’intervalle, fut l'occasion de mettre sur pied un projet d'enregistrement photographique mené, entre autres, par le célèbre astronome Jules Janssen (1824-1907), qui embarqua officieusement, à bord de la mission japonaise dont il était chargé, un dispositif ingénieux de son invention : le très célèbre revolver photographique. L'expédition fit des observations à Nagasaki, Pékin, Saïgon, Nouméa en Nouvelle-Calédonie, l'île Saint-Paul dans l'océan indien et l'île Campbell à l'extrême sud des océans ; l'objectif astronomique put s'enrichir de multiples investigations dans les champs hydrographique, météorologique, géologique et zoologique. Ensemble d'une grande rareté, qui se compose comme suit: Le tome I (2 parties en 2 volumes) contient les procès-verbaux et les nombreux mémoires lus devant la Commission de 1872 à 1874 ; illustré de 3 grandes cartes dépliantes (passages de Vénus sur le soleil en 1874 et 1882) et de 4 planches gravées, dont l'une figure la lunette astronomique et un autre l'appareil photographique utilisé par Ad. Martin de Wolf. Le tome II (2 parties en 2 volumes) relate les missions de Pékin, de Saint-Paul, du Japon, de Saïgon et de Nouméa ; illustré de 26 + 35 planches, soit 10 planches de clichés photographiques originaux, dont l'une comprend des clichés du Soleil obtenus avec "l'appareil de le Commission du passage de Vénus", et plusieurs cartes et vues en lithographie, parmi lesquelles des représentations de l'Observatoire de Pékin. Les deux premières parties du tome III (2 tomes et 1 atlas) rapportent la mission de l'île Campbell illustrée de 6 planches + d'un atlas de 68 planches en lithographie d'études géologiques et zoologiques (55 planches de zoologie sur fond crème et 13 planches de géologie dont 10 d'observations microscopiques de roches, en couleurs et sous serpentes légendées). Enfin, la troisième partie du tome III (1 volume) contient tous les documents relatifs aux épreuves photographiques. L'Annexe paru en 1890 (relié à la fin de la 3e partie du 3e tome) fait le bilan des résultats obtenus (calcul des parallaxes, trajectoire de Vénus, etc.) Du point de vue de l'enregistrement photographique, l'expédition n'est pas une véritable réussite : en effet, comme le craignait Janssen, les appareils officiels embarqués pour les différentes missions ne sont pas similaires et ne permettent pas d'obtenir des photographies comparables. Face à cette appréhension, Janssen embarque son révolver photographique : "Although Janssen disagreed with the official prescriptions of the commission with respect to photography, "a spirit of discipline" compelled him to follow its prescribed methods during the expedition he was charged to lead to Japan. Nevertheless, in addition to the officially sanctioned instruments, Janssen brought along some unauthorized ones, including his controversial 'revolver'." L'appareil présente une innovation de taille : il ouvre la possibilité d'enregistrer un corps en mouvement. Janssen parvient à penser théoriquement la photographie comme un enregistreur de temps ; "J'ai eu la pensée de tourner cette difficulté au moyen d'un appareil qui permît de prendre, au moment où le contact va se produire, une série de photographies, à des intervalles de temps très courts et réguliers, de manière que l'image photographique de ce contact fût nécessairement comprise dans la série et donnât en même temps l'instant précis du phénomène" (Tome I, seconde partie, p. 296). L'invention préfigure le fusil [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Clouds in the East

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1876. First. Hardcover. VG. Travels and Adventures on the Perso-Turkoman Frontier. 376 pp, ill (some colored), 3 large folding maps in front. VG in orig green blindstamped cloth. Some wear at corners and spine tips professionally (and obscurely) strengthened.

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        Revue historique et archéologique du Maine.

      1876 - 1876-1955, vol. ou fasc. grand in-8 br./Première série: 1876-1919, tomes 1 à 76. (manque: vol. 73 et 1er fasc. du vol. 74). Deuxième série: 1920-1955. fasc. 1 à 90. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        1876 1877 1878 Paperback Wisdens with Facsimile Covers. VG

      Hi, I recently purchases a rebind in fabulous condition, inside the binding were 1876 through to 1878 but it was in such good condition I decided to split them out and had facsimile covers added to them hence, and to keep them together ... This lot is a set of three Original Wisdens 1876 , 1877 and 1878 , Paperbacks with facsimile spines and covers in very good condition. The books are in very good condition, the pages are very clean and pretty much unmarked. There is a touch of foxing to the 1877 but it is only slight and to the odd page, the other two have minimal foxing. Although it used to be rebound there is not much trimming with nice margins. A fabulous set of 3 early Wisdens at a great price.

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        Manual of Cinchona Cultivation in India

      Calcutta: Office of the Superintendant of Government Printing, 1876. First. Plate. [ii], 80, 2, [2]pp. 1 vols. Folio. Original printed boards, slightly soiled, corners rubbed, preliminaries spotted. First. Plate. [ii], 80, 2, [2]pp. 1 vols. Folio. King's important work on the manufacture of quinine has become increasingly scarce. Quinine alkaloids and bark had become the standard treatment for malaria as early as 1825. However, methods of cultivation took were ruinous to the plants themselves and within 30 years demand for the bark (which only increased) was unable to be met. Forced to look abroad, cinchona plants - native to South America - were evenutally successfully cultivated in Travancore and Sikkim. As superindentant of the Royal Botanical Garden at Calcutta George King played a pivotal role in this and had "urged his superiors that cinchonas benefits should be extended to reach all the population... By 1876 he organized the production of cheap febrifuge in Sikkim, out of crude extracts of cinchona, and its distribution through the Royal Mail's post offices in India in 5-pice packets (about one English farthing)" (Drayton). In 1887, he inaugurated "an economic method of separating quinine, and established in 1893 a self-supporting method of distributing the drug at a low price" (ODNB). Drayton, Richard Harry; Nature's Government: Science, Imperial Britain, and the Improvement of the world (2000), p.231

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        Tibyan-i nafi'. Burhan-i Qati [The Incisive Proof]:

      1287 AH [1876], [Istanbul] 1287 - Ottoman Turkish translation of an important Persian dictionary. Islamic style leather binding, a little rubbed, but overall very good.

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        Blick auf die Bühne. Szene mit Rießenschmetterling., Verso weitere Abb.: Studie mit 3 Tänzerinnen.

      1. H. 20. Jh. - Öl auf Malpappe. TB // VO // Eckstein // Berlin 1876-1957 München. -Gerahmt! -A.d. Nl. des Künstlers! Anm. zur Rechnungstellung: Die Buchpreise beinhalten die reduzierte MwSt von 7 %, diese wird gesondert ausgewiesen // Rechnungen für Kunstgegenstände wie Grafiken, Gemälde weisen gem. § 25a Abs.3 Satz 1 UStG (Differenzbesteuerung) bzw. § 25a Abs.3 Satz 2 UStG (Margenbesteuerung) keine MwSt aus (brutto = netto). 0 Gewicht in Gramm: 2001 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Baedeker's Palestine and Syria Handbook for Travellers with Eighteen Maps, Forty-three Plans, a Panorama of Jerusalem, and Ten Views

      Leipsic: Karl Baedeker, 1876. First edition. Original Cloth. Very Good. H. Kiepert. Leipsic: Karl Baedeker, 1876. First edition. Original Cloth. Very Good. H. Kiepert. xvi, 610 pp. index, illus. 16mo. 6.25 x 4.5 inches. Red cloth over flexible boards with gilt titles, marbled text edges, red ribbon placeholder. Cloth faded, gilt lettering faded but clear, tear to lower spine, light wear and mild indentations along board edges, hinges cracked, interior maps and text pages clean and fairly bright, closed edge tears to a couple of maps, no foxing, only mild fading to marbled text edges. The year 1876 appears on title page, however the front pastedown listing of Baedeker's Guide Books is dated August 1889, so this copy is either a later printing of the first English edition ( the second edition was not published until 1894.) or, as Baedeker was known to bind their books as they were issued for sale, it is likely the 1876 printing bound at a later date and having the updated pastedown. The book is complete - all maps, views, plans and text pages present. Many finely drawn illustrations including the "place of wailing of the Jews" now the Wailing Wall, Damascus, Via Dolorosa, etc. Duotone Jerusalem panorama fold-out is approximately 22 x 6 inches. Most maps are colored in green or orange and blue and include the approximately 16 x 12 inch frontispiece fold-out map showing the routes to the Levant. Comprehensive densely detailed historical reference with sections on travel modes and routes, customs, vocaabulary, hotels, restaurants, mosques, dwelling-houses, baths, bazaars, geography, climate, population, and the specific environs of the many Palestinian and Syrian towns and cities as they were in the mid-19th century. A "Plan of Tour" lays out a one-month journey from Yafa ("hire horses immediately") to Jerusalem, to Dead Sea, to Jericho, to Ford of Jordan, to Bethlehem and back to Yafa, the on to Beirut, Damascus, Smyrna, and Tropoli. There is also a 6-week "Ride through Palestine" which includes Gaza, Ascalon, Nazareth, Haifa, Tiberias.

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        A NEW SYSTEM OF SWORD EXERCISE FOR INFANTRY

      William Clowes and Sons, London 1876 - Boards lightly worn and with light waterstains. Front hinge started and with binding not tight. Small stamp on title page ; The rarest Burton! ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 59 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRANSIT VÉNUS 1874]

      1876 1183 - Paris, Firmin-Didot et Cie puis Gauthier-Villars, 1876-1890, , 3 tomes en 8 volumes in-4 (atlas 68 planches et annexe compris), demi-chagrin brun de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs, armes anciennement masquées en tête des dos, Édition originale de la totalité des publications de l'Académie des sciences autour de l'expédition astronomique française chargée d'étudier le passage de Vénus devant le soleil en 1874 : cette conjonction, qui a lieu deux fois tous les cent treize ans environ à huit ans d’intervalle, fut l'occasion de mettre sur pied un projet d'enregistrement photographique mené, entre autres, par le célèbre astronome Jules Janssen (1824-1907), qui embarqua officieusement, à bord de la mission japonaise dont il était chargé, un dispositif ingénieux de son invention : le très célèbre revolver photographique. L'expédition fit des observations à Nagasaki, Pékin, Saïgon, Nouméa en Nouvelle-Calédonie, l'île Saint-Paul dans l'océan indien et l'île Campbell à l'extrême sud des océans ; l'objectif astronomique put s'enrichir de multiples investigations dans les champs hydrographique, météorologique, géologique et zoologique. Ensemble d'une grande rareté, qui se compose comme suit: Le tome I (2 parties en 2 volumes) contient les procès-verbaux et les nombreux mémoires lus devant la Commission de 1872 à 1874 ; illustré de 3 grandes cartes dépliantes (passages de Vénus sur le soleil en 1874 et 1882) et de 4 planches gravées, dont l'une figure la lunette astronomique et un autre l'appareil photographique utilisé par Ad. Martin de Wolf. Le tome II (2 parties en 2 volumes) relate les missions de Pékin, de Saint-Paul, du Japon, de Saïgon et de Nouméa ; illustré de 26 + 35 planches, soit 10 planches de clichés photographiques originaux, dont l'une comprend des clichés du Soleil obtenus avec "l'appareil de le Commission du passage de Vénus", et plusieurs cartes et vues en lithographie, parmi lesquelles des représentations de l'Observatoire de Pékin. Les deux premières parties du tome III (2 tomes et 1 atlas) rapportent la mission de l'île Campbell illustrée de 6 planches + d'un atlas de 68 planches en lithographie d'études géologiques et zoologiques (55 planches de zoologie sur fond crème et 13 planches de géologie dont 10 d'observations microscopiques de roches, en couleurs et sous serpentes légendées). Enfin, la troisième partie du tome III (1 volume) contient tous les documents relatifs aux épreuves photographiques. L'Annexe paru en 1890 (relié à la fin de la 3e partie du 3e tome) fait le bilan des résultats obtenus (calcul des parallaxes, trajectoire de Vénus, etc.) Du point de vue de l'enregistrement photographique, l'expédition n'est pas une véritable réussite : en effet, comme le craignait Janssen, les appareils officiels embarqués pour les différentes missions ne sont pas similaires et ne permettent pas d'obtenir des photographies comparables. Face à cette appréhension, Janssen embarque son révolver photographique : "Although Janssen disagreed with the official prescriptions of the commission with respect to photography, "a spirit of discipline" compelled him to follow its prescribed methods during the expedition he was charged to lead to Japan. Nevertheless, in addition to the officially sanctioned instruments, Janssen brought along some unauthorized ones, including his controversial 'revolver'." L'appareil présente une innovation de taille : il ouvre la possibilité d'enregistrer un corps en mouvement. Janssen parvient à penser théoriquement la photographie comme un enregistreur de temps ; "J'ai eu la pensée de tourner cette difficulté au moyen d'un appareil qui permît de prendre, au moment où le contact va se produire, une série de photographies, à des intervalles de temps très courts et réguliers, de manière que l'image photographique de ce contact fût nécessairement comprise dans la série et donnât en même temps l'instant précis du phénomène" (Tome I, seconde partie, p. 296). L'invention préfigure le fusil photographique [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        OBERTHÜR (Charles)

      1876 1201 - Rennes, imprimerie Oberthür, 1876-1902, , 21 livraisons en cinq volumes ; 2 vol. in-4 et 3 vol. grand in-4, demi-chagrin noir, dos à faux nerfs et orné de caissons dorés ; avec un vol. de table, in-8 broché, 44 p, Tout ce qui a paru, en édition originale, de cette belle somme que l'on trouve rarement complète : elle comprend 143 planches planches de papillons, la plupart en couleurs, auxquelles ont été rajoutés quelques états en noir. Notons néanmoins qu'il manque la planche en couleurs n° 4 de la 3e livraison (état en noir seul, planche déréglée). Envois de l'auteur sur quelques fascicules, à M. Capronnier ; plusieurs planches avec signature autographe "Ch. Carpentier". L'ensemble a paru en 2 séries (livraisons I à X et XI à XXI), qui constituent une "suite de monographies locales et d'aperçus généraux, ne renfermant pas moins de 1120 pages avec 142 [pour 143] planches finement gravées en noir ou coloriées au pinceau. Les Études d'entomologie ont été suivies, à partir de 1904, de la publication des Études de lépidoptérologie comparée. - Première livraison, juillet 1876 : Étude sur la faunes des lépidoptères d'Algérie. 4 pl, dont 1 et 2 en deux états. Avec envoi. - Deuxième livraison, novembre 1876 : Espèces nouvelles de lépidoptères recueillis en Chine par M. l'abbé A[rmand] David. 4 pl. en couleurs. - Troisième livraison, octobre 1878 : Étude sur la faune des lépidoptères de la côte orientale d'Afrique. 5 pl, la n° 4 en noir. - Quatrième livraison, octobre 1879 : Catalogue raisonné des papilioniadae de la collection des Ch. Oberthür à Rennes. 6 pl. en couleurs. - Cinquième livraison, octobre 1880 : faune des lépidoptères de l'île d'Askold, 1ere partie. 9 pl. en couleurs. - Sixième livraison, juillet 1881 : 1. Lépidoptères de Chine ; 2. Lépidoptères d'Amérique ; 3. Lépidoptères d'Algérie. 20 pl, toutes en deux états (un en noir, un en couleurs) - Septième livraison, mai 1883 : Hepialides nouveaux d'Aurope. Lépidoptères de l'Amérique méridionale. 3 pl, en deux états. Envoi. - Huitième livraison, juin 1884 : Lépidoptères des Pyrénées. 1 pl. en deux états. -Neuvième livraison, août 1884 : Lépidoptères du Thibet, de Mantschourie, d'Asie-Mineure et d'Algérie. 3 pl. en deux états. - Dixième livraison, octobre 1884 : Lépidoptères d'Asie orientale. 3 pl. en 2 états. - Onzième livraison, décembre 1886 : Espèces nouvelles de lépidoptères du Tibet. 7 pl. en deux états, dont plusieurs portent la signature autographe "Ch. Carpentier" - Douzième livraison, 12 mai 1888 : Nouveaux lépidoptères d'Afrique et d'Amérique. Premiers états de lépidoptères de la Réunion. Lépidoptères européens et algériens. 7 pl. en deux états. - Treizième livraison, mai 1890 : Lépidoptères des îles Comores, d'Algérie et du Tibet. 10 pl. en couleurs. - Quatorzième livraison, avril 1891 : Lépidoptères du genre parnassius. 3 pl. en couleurs. - Quinzième livraison, juin 1891 : Lépidoptères d'Asie. 3 pl. en deux états. - Seizième livraison, juin 1892 : Lépidoptères du Pérou, du Tibet et du Yunnan. 2 pl. en deux états. - Dix-septième livraison, avril 1893 : Lépidoptères d'Asie et d'Afrique. 4 pl. en deux états. - Dix-huitième livraison, novembre 1893 : Lépidoptères d'Afrique et d'Asie. 6 pl, deux états. - Dix-neuvième livraison, août 1894 : Lépidoptères d'Europe, d'Algérie, d'Asie et d'Océanie. 8 pl, deux états. - Vingtième livraison, mai 1896 : De la variation chez les lépidoptères. Pl. 1 à 10 en couleurs ; les pl. 11 à 21 sont des reproductions de photographies en phototypie. - Vingt-et-unième livraison, février 1902 : Variation des heliconia thelxiope et vesta. 11 pl, deux états. Houlbert C, Tables générales systématiques et alphabétiques. Première partie. Rennes, Imprimerie Oberthür, 1920. Tables complètes pour la publication des Études d'entomologie (la deuxième série concerne les Études de lépidoptérologie comparée, publiée à partir de 1904). Nissen, ZBI, n° 2997. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Atlas of Bergen County New Jersey

      WALKER, A.H. Atlas of Bergen County New Jersey. 167 pp. including over 100 maps and illustrations: 61 coloured maps of townships and villages, 37 lithograph views of residences and businesses by A.M. Davis after drawings by George Allen Rudd, plus world maps and advertisements. Folio, 440 x 375 mm, bound in half black leather over publisher's brown cloth elaborately stamped in black and gold. Reading, PA: C.C. Pease, 1876. |~||~||~||~| First Edition. An atlas of northeastern New Jersey with maps drawn from surveys of 13 townships and 49 villages, and illustrations of 37 homes and businesses in Englewood, Franklin, Harrington, Lodi, Midland, New Barbadoes, Palisade, Ridgefield, Saddle River, and Union. The contents include a 14-page description of Bergen County charting local history from settlement to present day, by J.F. Cowan of Englewood. A fine, complete copy, with an index and directory. Expertly rebacked. PROVENANCE: J. Van Wagoner, owner's inscription on title-page.

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        New Zealand - According to New Zealand Counties Act. 1876 By Keith Johnston, F.R.G.S. - Engraved, Printed and Published by W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh & London. - 38':.

      - Altkolorierte Lithographie v. Keith Johnston aus Keith Johnstons General Atlas b. W. & A.K. Johnston in Edinburgh & London, dat. 1876, 57,5 x 44 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J., S. 447 f. (W. & A.K. Johnston, fl. 1826 - 1901. Founded by Sir William Johnston. Engraver and printer, later publisher of 6 Hill Square, Edinburgh ; .). - Zeigt Neuseeland mit der Nord- und der Südinsel, die durch die Cook-Straße voneinander getrennt sind. - Oben links Titel. - Unten rechts Insetansichtkarte von Neuguinea mit der Aufteilung von 1884 wo die Niederlande die Westhälfte der Insel bekam, Großbritannien den Südosten (Britisch-Neuguinea) und Deutschland den Nordosten (Kaiser-Wilhelms-Land). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        LE TOUR DU MONDE EN VÉLOCIPEDE

      Bureaux De La Publication, Paris 1876 - Former owner's name on front endpaper and title page. Occasional foxing ; Extremely scarce! A detailed accound of an adventure of a cyclist. Numerous b&w illustrations from ink drawings. Originally published in the periodical Le Velocipede Illustre starting in 1870 and collected here in book form. Red boards with gilt lettering and gilt pictorial design. Decorative black pattern along edges. All edges gilt. Brochure of a Danish Beach destination laid-in with 4-digit phone number ; 8vo; 266 pages [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Leaves of Grass

      Camden, NJ: s.n., 1876 Author's edition. Signed by Whitman on the title page. Publisher's light tan leather and green marbled boards, tan title label lettered in gilt, decorative lattice pattern to the spine in blind, ruled in blind, yellow coated endpapers. A bright and unsophisticated copy, with some light rubbing to the extremities, minor toning to the spine, a few small chips to the spine head, some light soiling to the leather, otherwise clean boards, a hint of residue to the endpapers, some light spotting to the endpapers, minor scratch to the top edge, otherwise fresh and clean pages, sturdy spine. Overall, an about near fine and pleasing copy without any repairs or restoration. Scarce in such fine condition. BAL 21412. First published in 1855, Leaves of Grass is a collection of poetry that Walt Whitman continued to edit, revise, and republish over the course of his life. In its first iteration, the collection contained only twelve verses, while later editions included several hundred. This author's edition contains 195 poems, including "Salut au Monde," "I Sing the Body Electric," "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry," "One's-Self I Sing," "Unfolded Out of the Folds," and "Bathed in War's Perfume," among others. Inspired by his friend Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Transcendentalist movement, Whitman's poetry lauds the human body, the material world, and the American spirit. Notably, although criticized for its exultation of sensual pleasure and overt discussion of sexuality, Leaves of Grass was highly praised by Emerson and remains widely considered one of the cornerstones of 19th century American poetry.. Signed by Author. Hardcover. Near Fine.

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        Vorschule der Aesthetik. 1. Aufl., 2 Teile in 1 Band,

      Lpz., Breitkopf & Härtel 1876 - VIII, 264, IV, 319 S. schwarzer Halblederband der Zeit mit Goldpräg. am Rücken etwas bestossen, ex libris Herwarth Oppermann +++Antiquariat seit über 25 Jahren+++ [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Royal Moveable Punch & Judy

      1876. PUNCH & JUDY. Royal Moveable Punch & Judy. [8] ff. Illustrated with 8 full page chromolitghographic plates each with movable parts and accompanying text. Folio, 340 x 245 mm, bound in publisher's illustrated cloth, printed advertisements on rear cover, pebbled green cloth spine. London: Dean & Son, [ca. 1876]. |~||~||~||~||~| A fully functioning and graphically impressive moveable Punch & Judy published by Dean & Son at the end of the nineteenth century. Eight chromolithographic scenes depict Punch taking on Judy, Judy and baby, Beadle, the Clown, Shallabala, the Ghost of Judy, and two with Dog Toby. Beneath each scene a drummer with the pull tab is shown next to the verse that accompanies the action. Dean & Son where the first firm to publish moveable books on a large scale, publishing it's first Punch & Judy around 1860. Our edition is listed in Montanaro 266 with a conjectured date between 1873 and 1893 based on the publisher's address. Our copy has been neatly recased with new endpapers and with a few other minor repairs, however it remains bright and clean, most importantly each scene functions well, rare thus. Montanaro, Pop-up and Movable Books 266.

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        Handbuch der Palaeontologie. 5 Bände.

      München und Leipzig, Oldenbourg, 1876-93. - (24,5 x 16 cm). Zus. über 4300 S. Mit über 3400 Abbildungen. Dekorative Halblederbände der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. Vollständiges Exemplar von Zittels Hauptwerk. Es enthält die Forschungsergebnisse von 20 Jahren und stellt die fossilen Tiergruppen, auf der Grundlage der Deszendenztheorie, zusammenfassend dar. - Zittel (1839-1904) war der führende Palaeontologe des 19. Jahrhunderts. Er begründet mit obigem Werk "eine den neueren biogenetischen Anschauungen angepaßte Lehre dieser Wissenschaft" (Darmstaedter). Der 1. Teil (in 4 Bänden) enthält die Palaeozoologie, der 2. Teil (in 1 Band) die von P. Schimper und A. Schenk bearbeitete Palaeophythologie. - Exlibris. Einbände leicht berieben und bestoßen. Insgesamt dekoratives Exemplar in guter Erhaltung. Innen sehr sauber. - DSB 14, 626; Darmstaedter S. 706. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        4 eigenh. Briefe m. Unterschrift.

      Paris, Düsseldorf, Wien u. München, 1876 bzw. o. J. Zus. 10 S., 8° bzw. Gr.-8°. Der Priester Bernard Petitjean wurde nach mehreren Jahren der Missionstätigkeit in Japan zum ersten Bischof von Nagasaki geweiht. Er war als apostolischer Vikar zudem zuerst für ganz Japan, später für dessen südlichen Teil zuständig. Er besorgte auch ein „Lexicon latino-japonicum“, welches auf die Ausgaben des Ambrosius Calepinus zurückgeht und 1870 in der Römischen Jesuiten-Druckerei erschien. - Da sich nach dem neuen Handelsabkommen von 1859 vermehrt Ausländer in Nagasaki ansiedelten, wurde unter seiner Aufsicht 1864 die katholische Kirche Oura errichtet, die zuerst als Denkmal für die 26 Märtyrer von Nagasaki gedacht war (26 im Jahre 1597 hingerichtete Missionare). Das in gotischem Stil errichtete Gotteshaus ist eine der ältesten Kirchen Japans und wird als Nationalschatz eingestuft. Und hier begegnete Petitjean auch jenen 15 japanischen Christen, die bis dahin ihren Glauben im Untergrund praktizieren mussten (zwischen 1614 und 1873 war das Christentum in Japan verboten und härtesten Verfolgungen und Repressionen ausgesetzt). Dieses Ereignis ist als Wiederbelebung des Christentums in Japan bekannt. - Der Empfänger der auf Französisch abgefassten Briefe ist Jacques (Jacob) Mislin (1807-1878). Der aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen stammende Mislin konnte dank seines Onkels an der berühmten Lehranstalt von Porrentruy im Schweizer Kanton Bern studieren, wo er nicht viel später auch selbst unterrichten sollte. Der 1830 zum Priester geweihte kath. Theologe wurde 1836 auf Vermittlung des Grafen von Bombelle an den Wiener Hof berufen, wo er einer der Lehrer der Söhne von Erzherzog Franz Karl und Erzherzogin Sophie wurde und damit sowohl den zukünftigen Kaiser Franz Joseph wie auch Erzherzog Ferdinand Maximilian (später Kaiser Max von Mexiko) unterrichtete (u.a. auch in Erdkunde). Vor der Revolution von 1848 unternahm Mislin eine Pilgerreise von Wien über Budapest und Konstantinopel nach Jersusalem. Der danach erschienene Reisebericht wurde in mehrere Sprachen übersetzt und mehrfach nachgedruckt. In den folgenden Jahren leitete er die Bibliothek am Hof der Herzogin von Parma, Erzherzogin Marie Louise, wurde zum Abt von St. Maria von Deg (Ungarn), geheimer Kämmerer u. Hausprälat Papst Pius\' XI., Apostolischer Pronotar, Kanoniker der Kathedrale von Großwardein, Träger zahlr. Orden (u.a. von Spanien, Parma u. des Ritterordens vom Heiligen Grab zu Jerusalem) sowie Mitglied zahlr. Akademien. Der Verfasser zahlr. Publikationen und Vertraute des belgischen Königs und des Grafen von Chambord blieb nach der Rückkehr von seiner Pilgerreise in Wien, wo er weiterhin in persönlichem Kontakt mit dem Kaiserhaus stand. - In einem numerierten, von Mislin eigenh. beschrifteten Papierumschlag. - Versand D: 12,00 EUR Mislin, Petitjean, Japan, Nagasaki, Mission, Missionare, Brief, Letter, Lettre, Briefe, Autograph, Autographe, Autographen, Autograf, Autografe, Autografen, Signatur, Signiert, Signed, Signature, Unterschrift, Eigenhändig, Handschrift, Handschriften, Manuscript, Manuscrit, ALS, A.L.S., LAS, L.A.S.

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        Dejiny knihtiskarstvi na Morave - od vzniku jeho az do roku 1621. - od B. Dudika.

      v Brne [Brno - Brünn], Tiskem mor. akciove Knihtiskarny - Nakladem vlasnim, 1876 - 38 Seiten. . - An den Ecken und Kanten etwas abgestossen; flieg. Vorsatz mit geringen Rand-Knickspur. Titel umseitig mit Wappenstempel. Vereinzelt Ausbesserungen (etwa das Format oder das Erscheinungsjahr betreffend), gering gebräunt. Insgesamt ein solides, gut brauchbares Exemplar. - In tschechischer Sprache. ****An unsere Kunden in Deutschland: Versand nach Deutschland ein- bis zweimal in der Woche ab Freilassing mit der Deutschen Post, im Regelfall in offener Rechnung. Unsere Rechnungen an deutsche Kunden enthalten deutsche Umsatzsteuer!***Bankkonten in Deutschland und Österreich*** - cs Gewicht in Gramm: 300 8°, Schlichter Halbleinen-Band der Zeit

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        Les Oeuvres. Accompagnées d?une Vie de Molière, de Variantes, d?un Commentaire et d?un Glossare. 7 vol.

      Paris, Alphonse Lemerre 1876 - -1906. In-8°. 7 Bde. Mit 1 rad. Portraittafel in 2 Zuständen, 1 rad. Vignette und 18 rad. Tafeln. Kopfgoldschnitt. Rotes Halbmaroquin (à coins, 5 nerfs) mit goldgepr. Rückenttitel. Der Orig.-Umschlag ist eingebunden (Collection Lemerre). Nr. 17 von 25 Exemplaren sur papier de Chine. Justification von Lemerre monogrammiert. Vicaire II/766 nennt 35 Tafeln. Die meisten Exemplare sind ohne Tafeln erschienen. Band 7 teils unaufgeschnitten. Teils etwas stockfleckig. Sehr gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Etruscan Bologna: A Study

      Smith, Elder, & Co., London, 1876,, 1876. 8vo., 217 x 143mm., pps. (xii) + 275. Illustrated with folding pullout frontispiece, sepia tone lithograph illustration: Synoptical Table of the Paleo-Ethnological Remains of Central Italy', wood block illustrations throughout text. Bound in Publisher's blue cloth with decorative decorative Greek key design. Gilded motif to upper, gilt titles to spine. Edges and corners lightly rubbed, sunned to spine otherwise a clean and sound copy. Internally clean, bookseller's label to front pastedown, label marked "first edition" to foredge of pastedown. Yellow endpapers. Very good indeed, a handsome copy.

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        JAMES YOUNGER.

      Taken in September, 1876 in Madelia, Mankato, or Northfield, Minnesota., 1876. This, the first photograph of Jim Younger after his capture, along with his brothers Cole and Bob, outside of Madelia, Minnesota, after their infamous robbery of the First National Bank in Northfield, Minnesota. See the image of Jim Younger shown between pages 40 & 41 of the classic account of the robbery, Robber and Hero, The Story of The Raid on The First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota by the James-Younger Band of Robbers, in 1876 by George Huntington. An original carte-de-visite image, trimmed by a previous owner to 2" wide x 2.5" high, then protected in a rather ornate 19th century case, typically used with daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, or tintypes. Case in very good condition, with original cloth, hinge intact and original clasp present. Image has a very small card 1.25"W x .5"H, describing image, affixed to the image under Jim's chin, across his upper chest, by a previous owner, many years ago. Otherwise, a clean, very good image. James Younger was born in Lee's Summit or Harrisonville, Missouri on January 15, 1848. Jim rode, with Cole and the James Brothers, with Quantrill's Guerillas. Jim was captured near Smiley, Kentucky and imprisoned until the end of the war. After the war, Jim joined Cole and the James Brothers in several bank robberies. In addition, Jim and brother John confronted 2 Pinkerton men and a Deputy Sheriff in Monegaw Springs, Missouri on March 16, 1874. The resultant shoot-out ended with John Younger and 2 of the 3 lawmen dead. Jim's demise began with the gang's decision to go north and rob The First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota. Eight or nine men, including Jim, Cole, and Bob Younger, and Frank and Jesse James attempted the bank robbery. The failed attempt ended with the bank teller wounded, the bookkeeper dead, and a citizen dead in the street, along with 2 robbers dead, and several robbers riding hard to escape. Cole and Bob Younger were wounded. Jim Younger and Charlie Pitts stayed with Cole and Bob. Frank and Jesse James split-up from the others and successfully escaped from the myriad of pursuers. Outside of Madelia, Minnesota, Pitts and the Youngers were surrounded by a group of local citizens and lawmen. As the posse closed-in, a gunfight erupted resulting

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        LIFE STUDIES OF THE GREAT ARMY.

      New York: Harry Johnson, 1876.. Forty plates. Large folio. Original publisher's cloth, gilt. Front board present, gilt worn away; rear board lacking. Cover somewhat dampsoiled and worn. Light foxing and soiling, heavier to first plate, though mostly confined to margins elsewhere. A few plates with small marginal tears or chips. Good. Edwin Forbes was one of the most notable illustrators of the American Civil War. From 1862 on he was a correspondent for HARPER'S WEEKLY, producing illustrations to accompany war news. During most of this period he accompanied the Army of the Potomac on its campaigns in Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. Although Forbes portrays battle scenes, he was much more interested in depicting the everyday life of the private soldier in camp and on the march. Typically his scenes include such topics as "Washing Day," the camp cook, vendors of supplies to soldiers, picket duty, and other incidents of camp life. A number of other illustrations show life on the march, fording streams, the supply train, and the like. All of the plates are etchings, evidently executed by Forbes himself from his original drawings (which were mainly pen and ink wash). The forty plates contain fifty-nine scenes, since some plates have two or three scenes, and one has five. A table of contents appears on the inside of the front board, where each plate has a more lengthy textual gloss as well. The front board proclaims the publication was sold "to subscribers only." It divides the plates into ten parts, so it would seem the publication was issued over a period of time, although all plates are dated 1876. A major graphic record of the Civil War, by one of its most notable recorders.

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        REMINISCENCES OF THE TEXAS REPUBLIC ANNUAL ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GALVESTON

      Galveston, Tx., 1876. Recent half morocco. Scattered pencil annotations. Very good. One of 100 copies of the rare first printing of Ashbel Smith's important memoir of Texas diplomacy during the Republic period. "Written by one of the wisest men of early Texas, this is the most astute first-hand account of diplomatic activities leading to annexation. No one, with the exception of Sam Houston and Anson Jones, was more intimately involved in the process of acquiring international recognition of the Republic of Texas and bringing about annexation than Dr. Ashbel Smith....The text is personal but objective, a blended narrative of anecdote and analysis. Smith reviews the Texas border question, the various votes and movements for recognition and annexation in Texas and the United States, his activities in France and England, and the treaties which he negotiated" - Jenkins. Smith was born in Connecticut and educated at Yale, where he also received his medical degree. He became surgeon general of the Army of Texas in 1837, was appointed chargé d'affaires to England and France by Sam Houston, and later served as Texas Secretary of State. He provides a careful narrative of the course of Texas diplomacy from 1836 to 1845, covering shifts in mood regarding annexation in both the United States and in Texas, the Republic's relations with the U.S., European nations, and Mexico, and the activities of Texan leaders. "An able work by one of the really great men of the Republic" - Raines. Though reprinted several times, this is the true first edition of this vital firsthand report on the diplomatic activities of the Texas Republic.

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        1876 1877 1878 Paperback Wisdens with Facsimile Covers. VG -

      Hi, I recently purchases a rebind in fabulous condition, inside the binding were 1876 through to 1878 but it was in such good condition I decided to split them out and had facsimile covers added to them hence, and to keep them together ... This lot is a set of three Original Wisdens 1876 , 1877 & 1878 , Paperbacks with facsimile spines and covers in very good condition. The books are in very good condition, the pages are very clean and pretty much unmarked. There is a touch of foxing to the 1877 but it is only slight and to the odd page, the other two have minimal foxing. Although it used to be rebound there is not much trimming with nice margins. A fabulous set of 3 early Wisdens at a great price.

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        Dictionnaire Raisonnè De L' Architecture

      Paris: V. A. Morel Editeurs, 1876. Leather_bound. Fine. Paris: V. A. Morel Editeurs, 1876. Leather_bound. Nine volumes. Octavo. Dictionnaire Raisonnè de L'Architecture francaise du xi au xvi siecle par E.Viollet. Illustrated through-out with castle, chateau, villas, structural elements, concrete and brick beams, etc. Bound in three quarter red morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, gilt title, top edge, marbled board. (Text is in French).

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        MANDALAY TO MOMIEN: A Narrative of Two Expeditions To Western China of 1868 and 1875 Under Colonel Edward B. Browne.

      AN EARLY PHYSICIANS NARRATIVE OF LIFE & TRAVEL London 1876, - Macmillan. Green cloth, neatly rebacked, cleanx-lib., 479p., index, 3 fold out maps, 15 engraved plates,tissue guards, 5 appendices, glossary. Cordier 328. R A R E Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        CAMP APACHE, ARIZONA, 1876

      [Camp Apache, Az.], 1876. Three short marginal tears expertly repaired. Excellent displayable condition. Matted and glazed, in a modern decorated gilt frame. A panoramic view of Camp Apache, a U.S. Army stronghold in the Indian reservation established on the White Mountain River in southeastern Arizona Territory to control the White Mountain and Cibecue Apaches. Indian fighter Gen. George Crook and his Apache Scouts (pacified Apaches who wore U.S. Army uniforms) operated from the base, attempting to control the marauding tendencies of the wild tribes. The fort was originally built in 1870 as Camp Ord under the supervision of Brevt. Col. John Green of the U.S. 1st Cavalry. It was renamed several times: first Camp Mogollon, then Camp Thomas, and then Camp Apache (its name when this drawing was done). The post was designated with its famous appellation of Fort Apache in 1879. In 1869, Green explained the strategic reasons for establishing the camp: "I have selected a site for a military post on the White Mountain River which is the finest I ever saw. The climate is delicious, and said by the Indians to be perfectly healthy, free from all malaria. Excellently well wooded and watered. It seems as though this one corner of Arizona were almost its garden spot, the beauty of its scenery, the fertility of its soil and facilities for irrigation are not surpassed by any place that ever came under my observation. Building material of fine pine timber is available within eight miles of this site. There is also plenty of limestone within a reasonable distance. This post would be of the greatest advantage for the following reasons: It would compel the White Mountain Indians to live on their reservation or be driven from their beautiful country which they almost worship. It would stop their traffic in corn with the hostile tribes, they could not plant an acre of ground without our permission as we know every spot of it. It would make a good scouting post, being adjacent to hostile bands on either side. Also a good supply depot for Scouting expeditions from other posts, and in fact, I believe, would do more to end the Apache War than anything else." The camp is pictured in 1876, shortly after Gen. August Valentine Kautz had taken command of the Department of Arizona. "G. Anderson" is not a recorded artist. Possibly he was a soldier with some training in drawing who was stationed at Camp Apache. An American flag, painted red, white, and blue (the only object in the painting not painted EN GRISSAILLE) flies above the parade ground. The camp is shown in fine detail, in the valley of the White Mountain River, with canyons and mesas in the near distance. More than sixty buildings are depicted, including headquarters, the commanding officer's residence, junior officers' billets, enlisted men's barracks, squad huts, privies, and work sheds. At the camp entrance in the right foreground, functioning as a decorative cartouche for the picture, stands an Indian brave in a feathered headdress, loincloth, and leggings, leaning on a long rifle. A fine historical graphic record of one of the most storied western forts.

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        Frank Leslie's Illustrites Historisches Register der Centennial Exposition 1876. Die Weltausstellung im Jahre 1876 und Geschichte früherer Ausstellungen. Mit vielen Holzschnitten nach Zeichnungen hervorragender Künstler

      New York: Frank Leslie, 1876. First edition.. Hardback. Folio. (15 x 11.5 inches). pp.192. Chromolithograph title page preceding printed title page. 2 chromolithograph plates of Flags of All Nations. Profuse b/w illustrations, including several double-page spreads and many whole-page plates. Original full pebbled leather, stamped in blind, gilt title to upper board, all very much rubbed and scuffed, mainly to the edges, with a snag or tear to part of the leather at the head of the top corner of the lower board. Rubbed and dry to spine and outer joints, with short cracks at head of front cover, board loosened. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers, but front free endpaper detached, nicked and ragged to edges. Trifle spotting to blank prelims and extrems. O/w contents clean and bright. Binding of main textblock sound. Magnificent illustrations. Text in GERMAN. The first official World's Fair in the United States of America. A Very Good copy. Rare. Heavy book (ca. 4 kilos wrapped), requiring eye-watering and prohibitive amounts of extra postage overseas. Courier in UK. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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        THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK: an agony in eight fits. With nine illustrations by Henry Holiday

      Macmillan, London 1876 - Octavo, buff pictorial cloth delightfully illustrated front and rear in black, black endpapers, all edges gilt. pp (xiv), (84), (2, ads). Frontispiece and 8 other illustrations, all but one (a diagram) with tissue guards. Book leaned; spine slightly darkened with moderate wear at ends; cracked rear inner hinge very neatly repaired; 07 April, 1876, ink name on half-title leaf; creases to a few of the tissue guards, with one guard trimmed at margins, and soft creases to the free endpapers; occasional light soil spots in text; VG otherwise, an attractive and respectable copy, with ownership signature near publication date (officially 29 March). One of the Carroll's best books, with really outstanding illustrations. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Quaint Treatise on "Flies, and the ArtArtyfichall Flee Making". By An Old Man well known on the DerbyshireStreams as a first-class fly-fisher a century ago. Printed from an OldMs. Never Before Published, the Original Spelling and Language BeingRetained,

      London. John B. Day. 1876.. Hardcover. 4to,27.5cm, the First Edition, 2nd issue, xiii,[1](errata page),91p., plus2 chromolitho colour plates & 25 actual specimens of flies and fly makingmaterial in 22 oval mounts on 8 (six double sided) hard card plates with22 recesses of real flies and materials, the text and mounts in reddouble line borders throughout, in the original dark green cloth,elaborately decorated spine and upper cover with gilt titles, blackstamped borders and decorations & gilt vignette fish and fly pictorialdecorations, bevelled boards, a.e.g., some slight foxing else a finecopy Westwood & Satchell p3. Heckscher 18. Sage p3. "With twochromo-lithographic facsimiles. The various patterns and samples areinserted on heavy card stock in an oval frame with raised edge to protectthem". First book to use actual fly tying materials and flies. It is saidapproximately 220 copies were produced. .

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        Framed Display! President Grant appoints future General and Indian Fighter Charles Morton as First Lieutenant in the Third Cavalry, just months after he fought the Apaches during Custer's last stand while at Little Big Horn.

      Washington, DC, December 20, 1876. 15.5" x 19.25". "Partly Printed Document Signed ""U.S. Grant"" as President, 1 page, 15.5"" x 19.25"". Washington, D.C., December 20, 1876. Countersigned ""J.D. Cameron"" as Secretary of War. On parchment. Military vignettes at top center and across the bottom. Matted with an engraved portrait of President Grant and framed to 32.5"" x 28"". In apparent fine condition.In part, """"Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the patriotism, valor, fidelity, and abilities of Charles Morton, I have nominated, and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, do appoint him First Lieutenant in the Third Regiment of Cavalry in the service the United States: to rank as such from the twenty-fifth day of September, nineteen hundred and eight ...""Charles Morton (1846-1914) enlisted in the Union Army at age 15. He served as a Private in Missouri Infantry and Engineer regiments from 1861 to 1864. Morton attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point from 1865 to 1869, being appointed Second Lieutenant, 3rd U.S. Cavalry on June 15, 1869. He saw action on the frontier in the early 1870s, and fought the Apaches and Cheyenne in the Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition in 1876. Lieut. Morton was engaged in the Battle of the Rosebud , Montana, under Gen. George Crook, on June 17, 1876. Crook's forces then headed northward, Col. John Gibbon led a force from the west, while Gen. Alfred Terry and Gen. George A. Custer came from the east. Gen. Custer's 7th Regiment was massacred at Little Bighorn a week later. Lieut. Morton rose through the ranks to Brigadier General, United States Army, April 19, 1907."

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        Journey of Augustus Raymond Margary, from Shanghae to Bhamo, and Back to Manwyne

      White Lotus, London 1876 - Journey of Augustus Raymond Margary, from Shanghae to Bhamo, and Back to Manwyne [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BISHOPS OF THE A.M.E. CHURCH. [caption title below image]

      Boston: Printed by J.H. Daniels (copyright held by John H.W. Burley, Washington D.C.), 1876. Lithograph, 14 1/4 x 19 inches, a montage of portraits of African Methodist Episcopal Church bishops, featuring a central portrait of Richard Allen, surrounded by smaller oval portraits of Morris Brown, Wm. Paul Quinn, Daniel A. Payne, Jabez P. Campbell, Thos. M.D. Ward, John M. Brown, Jas. A. Shorter, Alexander W. Wayman, Willis Nazrey, and Edward Waters. Framing the bishops are views and vignettes of Wilberforce University in Zenia, Ohio, Payne Institute in Cokesbury, South Carolina, the first missionaries in Haiti, the A.M.E. Church book depository in Philadelphia, "Early days of African Methodism in Philadelphia, 1816," and the Holy Bible. Allen, a colonial-era slave, purchased his freedom in 1777 and became the first bishop of the A.M.E. Church. Morris Brown, born free in Charleston, South Carolina, helped Allen found the A.M.E. Church and was its second bishop. Willis Nazrey was born a slave in Virginia and founded the A.M.E. Church in Canada to serve runaway slaves; he was also a conductor for the Underground Railroad. OCLC cites four copies (Library of Congress, American Antiquarian Society, Boston University School of Theology, Clements Library). Some age toning and a few short, closed tears at margins, one small pinhole in upper right margin, not affecting image, several surface abrasions. A very good example. (7187)

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