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        Voyage dans un grenier: bouquins, faïences, autographes & bibelots

      Paris: D. Morgand & C. Fatout, 1878. First edition, one of 10 copies on Whatman paper, "avec tirages successifs d'un chromo", in a total edition of 620 copies. 21 plates (10 col.),including facsimiles, with 19 color plates appended [4], 270, [2] pp. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary three quarter citron morocco and marbled boards; original wrappers bound in. Lovely copy of a magnificent book on collecting - autographs, books, objets d'art, porcelain, etc. -- in its rarest and most desirable state. First edition, one of 10 copies on Whatman paper, "avec tirages successifs d'un chromo", in a total edition of 620 copies. 21 plates (10 col.),including facsimiles, with 19 color plates appended [4], 270, [2] pp. 1 vols. 4to.

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        Vue d'Odessa. Börse.

      1878. Original photograph, albumen print, 26,8 x 43 cm, on original mount. KEYWORDS:russia/odessa/ukraine/photo.

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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        Plutarch's Lives

      London: Edward, Charles, Dilly, 1878. Full leather. Very good. London: Edward, Charles, Dilly, 1878. Full leather. Eight volumes. Octavo. Plutarch Lives, Translated from the original Greek with notes critical and historical and a new life of Plutarch, by john Langhorne and William Langhorne, Thrid Edition, illustrated frontispiece. Bound in full tree calf marbled board, spine gilt decotations, black and red title labels, decorative endpaper.

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        London in 1741-5 [Knightsbridge, Brompton, Earls Court, Hammersmith, Acton, Kilburn, Paddington, Hyde Park].

      London, 1878. Sheet 11. Lithograph. Hand coloured. Fine condition; a few repaired marginal tears, not affecting the image. Size: 67 x 52 cm. This is a lithograph published by George Stanford in 1878 from the 1769 edition. Despite many editions, these days the maps are available infrequently, and the demand for them is high. Sheet from John Rocque's 16-sheet An Exact Survey of the City's of London, Westminster ye Borough of Southwark and the Country near ten miles round, 1741-5. His magnificent and meticulous map includes a vast amount of detail where every house and garden is marked, as well as heights, roads and paths. The map was first published in 1746, with plenty of later editions due to its popularity. It was originally engraved by Richard Parr.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Picturesque, Ireland:A Literary and Artistic Delineation of the Natural Scenery, Remarkable Places, Historical Antiquities, Public Buildings, Ancient Abbeys, Towers, Castles, and Other Romantic and Attractive Features of Ireland

      New York: Thomas Kelly. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1878. First Edition. Hardcover. No Dustjacket -- NOTE: Does NOT include dust jacket. -- First Edition 1878. No markings to the text block. Previous owner's stamp and bookplate on inside front cover. All edges gilt. 3/4 leather. Gilt on cover and spine bright. Corners bumped and worn. Edges of spine scuffed but complete. Some damp staining to the title page, Table of Contents and List of Illustrations. Map and frontispiece title in excellent condition. A nice tight copy. Additional photos upon request.; Folio - over 12 - 15" tall .

      [Bookseller: Henniker Book Farm]
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        LArt de la Soie. Les Soies (2 Bde. u. Extrait-Bd.).

      4, VIII, 484 S., 604 S. m. Textabb. 69 S., Brosch., Bd. 2 unbeschnitten (Extrait-Bd. tlw.) Deckel der Bde. 1 u. 2 fehlen (im Extrait-Tl. vorhanden, jedoch lose), Buchblöcke jeweils in 2 Teile gelöst, Rücken broschurbedingt längs gebrochen, innen frisch, mit nur sehr vereinzelten Stockfl., Blattränder etw. knittrig u. äusserst selten rissig (sehr breitrandiges Ex.). Jeweils 2. Aufl., publiée aux frais de la chambre de commerce de Lyon, der Extrait-Tl. in EA - dieser mit Auszügen aus Bd. 2: Essai sur les propriétés physiques de la soie, mit Widmung des Autors auf Vakatseite vor Schmutztitel. Verfasst vom président des industries textiles [...], président du jury de lindustrie de la soie à lexposition universelle de 1878. Enth.: I. Les soies des vers domestiques du mûrier. Soies grèges et soies ouvrées. II: Les soies des vers du mûrier élévés sur dautres arbres que le mûrier. III: Les soies des vers sauvages. IV: La production générale de la soie. V: Les fils de déchets de soie. VI: Les soies retorses. VII: Les origines de lart de la soie. VIII: Les propriétés physiques de la soie. IX: Conclusion.

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        MÜNCHEN. - Sendlinger Tor. Blick vom heutigen Sendlinger-Tor- Platz über den Stadtgraben auf die Stadtmauer und das Sendlinger Tor, aus dem eine Militärmusikkapelle, gefolgt von Bürgersoldaten, über die Brücke herausmarschiert, vorne Staffage, im Hintergrund die Türme der Frauen- und der Kreuzkirche.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift von Joseph Andreas Weiß, monogr. und dat. "J(oseph) W(eiß) 1878", 22 x 32 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXV, S. 332. - Der Architekturmaler wurde 1814 in Freising geboren. Er war Schüler seines Vaters und von Simon Quaglio. Seit 1839 war er Hofmaler des Herzogs Max Eugen von Leuchtenberg und bis 1852 in Petersburg ansässig. Berühmt sind seine bei Th.-B. aufgeführten Ansichten: "Das Sendlinger Tor i.J. 1849 (1879) . (sämtl. Aquar.)" - Im Himmel schwach fleckig. Gerahmt.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Blick vom heutigen Sendlinger-Tor- Platz über den Stadtgraben auf die Stadtmauer und das Sendlinger Tor, aus dem eine Militärmusikkapelle, gefolgt von Bürgersoldaten, über die Brücke herausmarschiert, vorne Staffage, im Hintergrund die Türme der Frauen- und der Kreuzkirche.

       Aquarell über Bleistift von Joseph Andreas Weiß, monogr. und dat. \"J(oseph) W(eiß) 1878\", 22 x 32 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXV, S. 332. - Der Architekturmaler wurde 1814 in Freising geboren. Er war Schüler seines Vaters und von Simon Quaglio. Seit 1839 war er Hofmaler des Herzogs Max Eugen von Leuchtenberg und bis 1852 in Petersburg ansässig. Berühmt sind seine bei Th.-B. aufgeführten Ansichten: \"Das Sendlinger Tor i.J. 1849 (1879) ... (sämtl. Aquar.)\" - Im Himmel schwach fleckig. Gerahmt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Aquarell/Zeichnung, BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Oloth Habrith--Broadside

      1878. (JUDAICA—JERUSALEM). Oloth Habrith. Jerusalem: Judah & Jerusalem, (1878). Broadside, printed on recto. Framed. $2500.Broadside issued by the Ashkenazi Rabbis of Jerusalem reaffirming their ruling forbidding the secular education of Jewish children in the Holy City of Jerusalem “under pain of excommunication.”The Rabbis stress that even the teaching of the Arabic language is forbidden as is the tutoring in private of a student. Signed (typographically) by Rabbis Joshua Leib Diskin of Brisk and his Beth Din, Joseph Chaim Sonnenfeld, Eliezer Menachem Biderman and Mordechai Eliezer Weber, among others. Text in Hebrew. Fine condition. Scarce.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        Archiv für Geschichte des Deutschen Buchhandels. Bände 1 - 20 und das Register, ohne den erst 1930 erschienenen 21. Band, mit dem die Reihe eingestellt wurde. Publikationen des Börsenvereins der Deutschen Buchhändler. Neue Folge.

      Leipzig, Verlag des Börsenvereins der Deutschen Buchhändler, 1878-1898. - Einbände berieben. Rücken etwas ausgebleicht und bei einigen Bänden etwas fleckig. Innen sauber und gut. Schöne, dekorativ gebundene, bis auf den deutlich später erschienenen 21. Band komplette Reihe. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 12000 21 x 14 cm, einheitliches priv. Halbleder [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Göppinger Antiquariat]
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        The MAnners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians (Volumes 1, 2, & 3)

      John Murray, London 1878 - No markings. Bindings are tight, covers and spines are fully intact. Edges browned slightly. Original green embossed cloth hard bounds with bright gilt designs on front boards and lettering down spine. Includes B&W plates, folding plates and maps. Very clean, crisp, and tight copy. Not Ex-Library. All books offered from DSB are stocked at our store in Fayetteville, AR. 510, 515, 528pp. Hardcover Near Fine Condition Size: 6 1/4" x 9 1/4" English Text [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dickson Street Bookshop]
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        Prendergasts Mastery System, Adapted to the Study of Japanese or English.

      Kelly & Co., Publisher, Yokohama, 1878 - Small 8vo. viii, 213pp. Original cloth, slightly rubbed, slightly binding weak. With Japanese style portfolio. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Isseido Booksellers, ABAJ, ILAB]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Weimar, 19. III. 1878. - 1¾ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Diesmal komme ich mit einer Bitte. Nämlich mir Ort, Tag, Jahr etc. Deiner Geburt mitzutheilen, wichtigste Data Deines Lebens, alle Deine Publicationen etc. Es ist für Meyers Konversationslexicon, und wenn ich auch nicht speciell mit Bearbeitung des Lebens berühmter Naturforscher beauftragt bin, sondern nur die der Reisenden, Geographen etc übernommen habe, so halte ich es dennoch für eine große Ehre den Dir zukommenden Platz mit meiner Feder ausfüllen zu können. Willst Du mir freundlichst die Notizen geben? [.] Von meiner Expedition kann ich nichts melden. Die beantragten M. 100000 sind von der Budgetcommission gestrichen. Von den geographischen Gesellschaften hat mir nur die Leipziger 1000 M. zur Verfügung gestellt, die ich einstweilen deponirt habe [.]". - Auf Briefpapier mit gepr. Monogramm.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Adams' Synchronological Chart Or Map of History: A Chronological Chart of Ancient, Modern, And Biblical History

      Colby & Co., 1878. Third edition of 12,000. I am not completely clear regarding how the book was originally issued. But as of now, the chart is detached from the covers and the covers are detached at the spine. The chart is generally very good with wear to the hinges. The covers appear bound in leather and are deteriorating at the spine, corners and edges. Still, a good example of a very scarce artifact.. Third Edition. Hard Cover. Good.

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        THE VOYAGE OF THE "CHALLENGER". THE ATLANTIC: A PRELIMINARY ACCOUNT OF THE GENERAL RESULTS OF THE EXPLORING VOYAGE OF H.M.S. "CHALLENGER" DURING THE YEAR 1873 AND THE EARLY PART OF THE YEAR 1876. [2 VOLUME SET]

      NY: Harper & Brothers, 1878. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+ binding. Thomson's preliminary account of his researches as the Chief Scientist on the global expedition of HMS Challenger in 1872 and 1876. The hydrographic and zoological findings of this expedition are considered so important that some consider the Challenger voyage to be one of the most important scientific expeditions of the 19th century. Illustrated with maps, vignettes, in text illustrations, and 42 plates. An exceptionally bright copy, with the name plate of Thomas F. Perley (Brigade Surgeon who became Medical Inspector General in the Civil War) on the front paste-down of each volume. The First American Edition, following the London edition of 1877. Very Good+ binding.

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        Money

      , 1878. 1878. First Edition . WALKER, Francis. Money. London: Macmillan, 1878. Octavo, original red cloth. $1500.First edition of this work on money supply and international bimetallism, in original cloth.In this widely influential series of lectures Walker addresses the money supply question, a topic of vital importance during an era of continued industrial expansion. Money, Walker argues, includes banknotes and anything else used as a medium of exchange. He urges countries to adopt the system of international bimetallism (the use of silver and gold) as the truest path towards fiscal responsibility. In addition to these and other theoretical contributions, Walker helped to systematize and greatly improve the teaching of economics while president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. ""Unquestionably the most prominent and best known of American [economic] writers"" (F.W. Tausig, quoted in DAB X:343-44). Bookplate.Interior quite nice, only minor rubbing and soiling to cloth. A near-fine copy.

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        Une Danse macabre. 20 Gravures en Couleurs.

      2 (52 x 40 cm), 2 Doppeltaf. Text., 20 farb. Orig.-Holzschnitte, Kart. Mappe m. farb. Deckelill., lose Taf., Titelbl und Rückseite der letzten tafel duch Kontakt mit der Kartonmappe min. gebräunt. Einige Taf am breiten Rand ebenfalls leicht gebräunt. Insgesamt sehr schönes Exempalr mit kräftigen Farben. Franz. Einführung von William Ritter. Exemplar Nr. 15 von 20 der sehr seltenen Vorzugsausgabe auf van Geldern Bütten. Die VA wurde mit einem zusätzlichen Druckstock (Chamois) überdruckt und ist vom Künstler im Impressum signiert u. num. Gesamtauflage 520 Ex. (100 Ex. der Normalausgabe (500 Ex.) wurden als Buch gebunden). Die schwarzen Konturen im zinkographischen Verfahren nach den Originalen des Neuenburger Künstlers reproduziert und danach mit mehreren Holzschnitten farbig überdruckt. In seiner expressiven Farbigkeit wohl einmalig. Bei diesem Totentanz handelt es sich um eine zeitgenössische Version nach dem Grauen des 1. Weltkrieges. - Edmond Bille (1878 - 1959), studierte in Paris und Florenz und wurde durch die bäuerliche Welt des Wallis in seinem Ausdruck stark geprägt. Unter dem Einfluss von Romain Rolland und Pierre-Jean Jouve sozialkritische und pazifistische Themen. Aus dieser Phase stammt auch diese eindrückliche Mappe. Später Hinwendung zu religiöser Kunst. Bille war ausserdem in der Lokalpolitik engagiert.

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        Conchyliologie des Terrains Tertiaires de la Belgique (Book III)

      Brussels, Belgium: Hayez. 1878. First. First edition. Two volumes. Folios. Many plates. Text in French. Very good in thick wrappers worn along the spine and peeling at the bottom of volume II, rear wrap of volume II creased at a angle 45 degrees from the bottom and fore-edge of book along a line of four inches. Volume I contains primarily plates of seashells on every other recto while volume II contains descriptions of the plates. From the Royal Annals of Natural History of Belgium. Volume II about an inch taller than volume I. .

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        MÜNCHEN. - Sendlinger Tor., Blick vom heutigen Sendlinger-Tor- Platz über den Stadtgraben auf die Stadtmauer und das Sendlinger Tor, aus dem eine Militärmusikkapelle, gefolgt von Bürgersoldaten, über die Brücke herausmarschiert, vorne Staffage, im Hintergrund die Türme der Frauen- und der Kreuzkirche.

      Aquarell über Bleistift von Joseph Andreas Weiß, monogr. und dat. "J(oseph) W(eiß) 1878", 22 x 32 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXV, S. 332. - Der Architekturmaler wurde 1814 in Freising geboren. Er war Schüler seines Vaters und von Simon Quaglio. Seit 1839 war er Hofmaler des Herzogs Max Eugen von Leuchtenberg und bis 1852 in Petersburg ansässig. Berühmt sind seine bei Th.-B. aufgeführten Ansichten: "Das Sendlinger Tor i.J. 1849 (1879) ... (sämtl. Aquar.)" - Im Himmel schwach fleckig. Gerahmt. Aquarell/Zeichnung, BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. 27 Volume Set

      London : Smith, Elder & Co. 1878 - 27 Volume set, illustrations, plates, portraits ; 28 cm. No. 68 of 1000 copies. Bound in publishers cream boards. Paper spine labels. Good bindings. Soiling to boards with some spotting occurring. Chipping and loss to head and tail of spines. Bookplate of Calvin Bullock to pastedown of each volume. Scattered foxing throughout. Some volumes with ruffling to a few pages. Most of the pages are uncut. Calvin Bullock was a pioneer of mutual funds. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. Contents are: v. 1-2. Vanity fair : a novel without a hero --v. 3-4. The History of Pendennis : his fortunes and misfortunes, his friends and his greatest enemy --v. 5-6. The Newcomes : memoirs of a most respectable family --v. 7. History of Henry Esmond, Esq. : a colonel in the service of her majesty Queen Anne, written by himself --v. 8-9. The Virginians : a tale of the last century --v. 10-11. The Adventures of Philip : on his way through the world shewing who robbed him, who helped him, and who passed him by ; to which is now prefixed A Shabby genteel story --v. 12. The History of Samuel Titmarsh and the Great Hoggarty Diamond ; A Little dinner at Timmins's ; Notes of a journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo --v. 13. The Christmas books of Mr M.A. Titmarsh ; Mrs Perkins's ball ; Our street ; Dr Birch ; The Kickleburys on the Rhine ; Rebecca and Rowena --v. 14. Book of snobs and sketches --v. 15. Burlesques ; Novels by eminent hands ; Jeames's diary ; The History of the next French revolution ; A Legend of the Rhine ; Adventures of Major Gahagan--v. 16. The Paris sketch book; and, Little travels and road-side sketches --v. 17. Memoirs of Mr C.J. Yellowplush --v. 18. The Irish sketch book ; Critical reviews --v. 19. Memoirs of Barry Lyndon --v. 20. Catherine a story --v. 21. Ballads ;The Rose and the ring --v. 22. Roundabout papers; and, The Second funeral of Napoleon --v. 23. The four Georges --v. 24. Lovel the widower ; The Wolves and the lamb ; Denis Duval--v. 26. Miscellaneous essays ; Sketches and reviews -- v. 27. Bibliography [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        UNDER THE WINDOW Pictures & Rhymes for Children

      London [1878]: George Routledge & Sons. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine. First issue, [Schuster & Engen's 1a] 64pp. Illustrated by the author, engraved and printed by Edmund Evans. Bound in pictorial glazed boards backed in blue cloth; all edges yellow. With first issue points: "No printer's ornaments on both sides of 'Edmund Evans' on page 5" and "End of Contents" at foot of page 14; all edges yellow; with illustrations on pages 21, 35 and 63, which were removed in later editions; dark blue endpapers. A beautiful copy of Greenaway's charming color illustrations. A fine copy. Schuster & Engen, 201 (1a).

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        Why Work Is Scarce

      1878. First Edition . GEORGE, Henry. Why Work Is Scarce, Wages Low, and Labor Restless. [San Francisco]: The California Tax Reform League, 1878. Octavo, 16-page pamphlet in printed self-wrappers, re-stitched at an early date. Housed in custom cloth clamshell box. $1600.First edition of the text of this lecture delivered by George in the Metropolitan Temple, San Francisco, on March 26, 1878.One of GeorgeÂ’s few separate publications prior to his immensely influential landmark work, Progress and Poverty, which appeared in 1879 shortly after this speech was delivered. Addressing the causes of poverty and class conflict—the central theme of Progress and Poverty—George here calls for a confiscatory tax on land in order to maintain the American traditions of cheap land and entrepreneurial freedom. Though his analysis was scorned by trained economists like Alfred Marshall, Karl Marx, and George B. Dixwell, it proved extremely popular with the American public. Reformers such as the California Tax Reform League, who sponsored this speech, propelled George to the head of the Single Tax Movement opposed to monopolism and socialism. In 1886 George narrowly lost the mayoral election of New York City (but finished far ahead of Theodore Roosevelt). Tiny stain to front wrapper, otherwise a fragile piece in exceptionally good condition. Scarce.

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        Egypt, Cyprus and Asiatic Turkey

      Tr, 1878. Good. 1878. 263 pages. Brown decorative cloth with gilt lettering. Firm binding with cracking to the gutting. Mild tanning and rub marks to the pages, with foxing to the text block edge and throughout the book. Bumping to spine ends and corners with moderate water marks over boards, and creasing to the edges. Mild rubbing and scuffing over the surfaces.

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        1870s Collection of "Sea Mosses"

      Santa Cruz, California 1878 - Two folio presentation albums of beautifully arranged sea moss (seaweed) specimens, a total of 125 pages, presented by C. L. Anderson of Santa Cruz to Mills Seminary, in elaborate gilt stamped and tooled fine leather bindings.Collecting, drying and pressing sea moss became a popular pastime in the mid to late 1800s. On the east coast, the Harvard naturalist Louis Agassiz undertook the first formal survey of plant and animal life throughout Buzzards Bay and Vineyard Sound in 1873. One of the specimens here is from Cape Ann, Mass. Sea moss specimens were dried and prepared for display, often in albums, as in this presentation by Charles Anderson to Mills College. The first album has manuscript botanical names of each specimen of seaweed and the location where it was gathered, and the second album with the sea mosses arranged decoratively. The first album includes a full page manuscript presentation page, in which the author explains that the specimens are arranged not by system, but by "grand divisions", which include: the Rhodosperms or Red Algae; the Melanosperms, or Dark Algae; the Chlorosperms, or Green Algae; and the "plant like animals, often gathered as "Sea Mosses", the Hydroids & c." The presentation page dated Jan 1st, 1878, Santa Cruz, Cal., and signed C. L. Anderson. The book plates of the Margaret Carnegie Library, (Mills College, Seminary Park 1870) at the front paste down of each volume.Most of the locations for the specimens are Santa Cruz; other locations include New York Bay, NY; College Point, NY; Cape Ann, Mass; Eastport, Maine; Plymouth, England; and Picton, Canada. A few of the specimens include notes on their naming, such as "Pikea Californica, named for Col. Pike author of "Subtropical Rambles". The second folio volume includes sea moss specimens arranged decoratively, most of them in floral bouquet form. Others are very decorative, including a wreath, an astonishing harp in which each string consists of a delicate strand of seaweed; a ship's anchor; a cross; a double star; and a basket of flowers. Charles Lewis Anderson (1827 - 1910) trained in medicine. In 1864 he moved to Santa Cruz, California, where he lived until his death in 1910. He was an amateur botanist and an avid collector of plants in Nevada and California. Many of his Carson City collections appeared in Asa Gray's 1865 paper "New Plants of California and Nevada, chiefly from Professor W. H. Brewer and Dr. C. L. Anderson." (Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 6, p. 519-556).Folio volumes with gilt titles and elaborate borders at front boards, titled in gilt "Sea Mosses" at front covers and spines. Spines with gilt raised bands, and gilt decorated compartments. Marbled end papers, gilt inner dentelles. Volume I, [62] pp, most of the specimens laid down on separate paper tipped in to the album. A few pages with 2 or more specimens. Volume II: [63] pp, multiple specimens per page, laid down on album pages. Volumes not paginated, but Vol. II numbered in pencil, with pages 2, 6, 7, 14, 22 and 57 not present. A total of 125 specimen pages in the two volumes.A truly handsome labor of love. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Bakerian Lecture: On Repulsion Resulting from Radiation. Part V" [Crookes] WITH "New Determination of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat" [Joule] in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 169, Parts I & II., 1878, pp. 365-385 [Joule]; pp. 243-318 [Crookes]

      London: Harrison & Sons, 1878 FIRST EDITION & PRINTING OF A LONG & IMPORTANT PAPER IN THE HISTORY OF VACUUM PHYSICS BY BRITISH CHEMIST SIR WILLIAM CROOKES. In it, Crookes "looked at the effect of repulsion due to radiation on chemical precipitates, varied the characteristics of the radiation, investigated conductors and experimented with the presentation of surfaces", comparing the reactions of various substances by using radiometers (Wess, Crookes's Radiometers, Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 2010). Volume includes Parts I & II of the Phil Trans bound together and 70 plates. Of this paper, James Clerk Maxwell wrote: "Mr. Crookes describes several most extensive series of experiments. The labor, skill and ingenuity displayed in these experiments are marvelous and many of the individual results are valuable but I think the improvement of the methods of making measuring and preserving a vacuum is likely to be still more valuable to science than any of the actual experiments" (Maxwell, The Scientific Letters, 681). And Maxwell was right: Crookes did a great deal of important work, but "he was a pioneer in the construction and use of vacuum tubes for the study of physical phenomena" (Wikipedia). "With his thorough grounding in the experimentally difficult art of vacuum physics, Crookes laid the foundation for the fuller investigation by J. J. Thomson of the behavior of radiant matter in the discharge tube, showing, for example, that it induced phosphorescence in minerals like…; that it caused the glass of the discharge tube to phosphoresce; that its stream could be deflected by a magnet; and, most important of all, that since it cast a shadow of an opaque object . . . it travelled in straight lines and was corpuscular in nature" (DSB). ALSO: FIRST EDITION & PRINTING OF JOULE'S FINAL DETERMINATION OF THE MECHANICAL EQUIVALENT OF HEAT. Inspired by his belief that heat was derived from work, Joule spent a great deal of his life converting mechanical work directly into heat without any electrical steps as he worked to determine the mechanical equivalent of heat. The concept of the mechanical equivalent of heat states "that motion and heat are mutually interchangeable and that in every case, a given amount of work would generate the same amount of heat, provided the work done is totally converted to heat energy" (Wikipedia). In this paper, Joule discusses problems relating to his discovery of the first law of thermodynamics, the principle of the conservation of energy, and presents his final measurement of the mechanical equivalent of heat. His final measurement of the mechanical equivalent of heat was 772.55, a number Joule also requested be engraved on his gravestone. The result of Joule's final experiments by the direct method of friction presented in this paper agreed almost exactly with the value he had found in 1850. "It appeared, therefore, that the cause of the discrepancy lay in the unit of resistance. Any doubt as to this was soon resolved, for Rowland, in the same year as Joule's last paper was published… showed that the standard of resistance was about 1 per cent smaller than the committee of 1864 had intended it to be, and that, making this correction, the results of his own experiments by the methods of friction and of electrical heating agreed very closely both among themselves and also with Joule's value, 772.5. "The exactness of his work has been amply verified" (DNB, 30, 216). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: Harrison and Sons. Ex-libris bearing a tiny on the title page and a pencilled notation; no other markings. Full volume, Parts I & II, complete. 4to. (288 x 213mm). Part I: [4], 12, [318], Part II: [18], 319-826, [4]. 70 plates. Handsomely rebound in aged calf. 5 raised bands at the spine, each gilt-ruled; gilt-tooled fleur de lis at the spine. Red and black, gilt-lettered spine labels. Tightly bound; new endpapers. Bright and clean throughout (including plates). Occasional and minor small closed tears at the margin. Near fine.

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        Les Palmiers. Histoire Iconographique. Géographie, Paléontologie, Botanique, Description, Culture, Emploi etc. Avec Un Index Général Des Noms et Synonymes Des Espèces Connues

      J. Rothschild, Paris 1878 - In-8 reliure demi maroquin début XXè, plats et gardes marbrés, couverture conservée. 348 pp. 228 vignettes et 40 chromolithographies dessinées d'après nature par P. de Pannemaker. Très bel exemplaire. A.Ph.

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        L'uomo delinquente in rapporto all'antropologia, giurisprudenza e alle discipline carcerarie. Aggiuntovi la teoria della tutela penale del Prof. Avv. F. Poletti.

      - Torino, Bocca, 1878, in-8, mezza pelle e angoli, nervetti, fregi e scritte oro sul dorso, pagine 746. Copertine editoriali conservate (Ambedue soppannate: quella anteriore con piccole mancanze). Angolo superiore esterno delle prime 3 carte con restauro. Rara seconda edizione completa delle 8 tavole in litografia fuori testo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Portions of the Holy Scripture for the use of the Esquimaux on the northern and eastern shores of Hudson's Bay

      [London]: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1878. 16mo, pp. [4], 93, [1]; original brown cloth, later printed label on spine; very good. An Ayer Linguistics duplicate with a Newberry release stamp on the front free endpaper, an Ayer presentation bookplate on the front pastedown, and an Ayer accession label on the rear pastedown. Contains portions of the Gospel of John, Romans, Corinthians, Epistles of John, Revelation, scattered verses, the Creed, the Ten Commandments, the Lord's Prayer, and the Benediction in the Inuktitut dialect. Pilling, Proof-sheets, 2926: "In syllabic characters, similar to those used in the publications of the Cree language." Pilling, Eskimo, p. 72: "The first publication in the Eskimo language in which the syllabic characters were used."

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        Photographie originale de Claude Bernard

      1878 - Ce portrait provient du legs de Sonia Balachowsky qui la tenait d'Alexandre Dumas fils. L'inscription : « Claude Bernard décédé le 10 février 1878 » est de la main d'Alexandre Dumas fils. La photographie a ensuite appartenu au physiologiste et collectionneur d'oeuvres de Claude Bernard, Pierre Dejours. Photographie originale - 10 x 14 cm [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Superb long Autograph Letter Signed in German (with translation) to FREDERICK WILLIAM IV (1819-1901, Queen of Great Britain)

      1878 - (1795-1861, King of Prussia, Godfather to Edward VII) thanking him effusively for his letter and "for the touching way in which you expressed your opinions, and please rest assured that I shall continue to reciprocate openly and unchangingly your inestimable friendship. I shared every moment of your journey to St Petersburg . and am now longing to know that you are safe . in the arms of your dear Queen . It may have been the Tempter who reminded me of the dangers and uncertainties of this mortal life . he also gives me through your kindness . the most visible proofs of your protection and the most wonderful ways of attaining comfort and strength. Such a way was also provided by the visit of my brother ERNEST and his young wife ." (ERNST II, Duke of Saxe Coburg & Gotha, 1818-1893, Prince Albert's elder brother), married on 3rd May 1842, ALEXANDRINE (1820-1904, daughter of Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden), "She completely won my heart, and no-one can possess a purer, simpler, more loving or more faithful heart than she . Your Majesty must have felt the same pain as I did upon hearing the news of the sudden appalling death of the Duke of ORLEANS ." (Ferdinand, Duke of Orleans, 1810-1842, Prince Royal and eldest son of Louis Philippe I, King of the French, died in a carriage accident on 13th July), "The letters I have had from Paris testify to the immense anguish and deep distress that fills the whole of the Royal family .", she then changes the subject and says that "Your Majesties will perceive that my desire to comply with your wishes does have its limits: despite your order you have had an answer from me . The Prince of Wales is doing very well, as also his sister and has received the greetings from his royal godfather .", she ends by sending greeting from herself and her mother, 5 sides 4to, on crested mourning paper, Windsor Castle, 3rd August

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        Geometry and Optics of Ancient Architecture

      1878. First Edition . PENNETHORNE, John. The Geometry and Optics of Ancient Architecture, Illustrated by Examples from Thebes, Athens, and Rome. London and Edinburgh: Williams and Norgate, 1878. Elephant folio, modern three-quarter dark green morocco, raised bands. $4000.First edition of PennethorneÂ’s magnum opus, richly illustrated with 12 double-page and 42 full-page lithographed plates (54 of 55), nine beautifully color-printed, and numerous in-text woodcuts and diagrams. “Extremely rare” (Blackmer); one of only a few hundred copies printed at the authorÂ’s expense.Architect and mathematician John Pennethorne was one of the first to prove that the classical architecture of Greece was based not upon strict rectilinear parallels but rather on subtly curved lines that heightened the sense of proportion and symmetry. The Greek architects “changed the first figure of their design into one which should produce to the eye an apparent symmetry and accuracy of outline, or, in the words of Plato, ‘The artists, bidding farewell to truth, change the real symmetry, and accommodate to images such commensurations as are only apparently beautiful.” Pennethorne arrived at these conclusions independently, in 1837, very near the time that architects Joseph Hoffer and Schaubert were investigating and publishing on the same topic. Subsequent work by F.C. Penrose provided Pennethorne with additional measurements upon which he could “set forth in minute detail his theory of the manner in which the actual proportions of the original design were adapted to the optical conditions of correct perspective” (DNB). John RobinsonÂ’s expert illustrations adorn the text, ten of which are intricately colored and depict the complicated designs of the Greek columns. Without Plate II of Part I, a color plate depicting Egyptian columns. Blackmer 1280. Text and plates bright. A magnificent work, handsomely bound.

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        NOTES ON A VOYAGE TO CALIFORNIA VIA CAPE HORN, Together with Scenes in El Dorado in the Years 1849-'50.

      Philadelphia: published by the author, 1878. 594 pages of text. Original bevelled cloth binding with minor fraying to 3 corners and minimal shelfwear; protected in archival mylar. A tiny stain to the bottom edge of the front endpaper and frontisportrait. Contains 45 illustrations. Cowan, CA & Pac West: "The author was a pioneer journalist. There is much contained in this interesting work that is not to be found in any other source, more especially of the Territorial pioneers, and pioneer journalism in California." Zamorano 80, #76. Wheat, Gold Rush #215. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Diving for Gold in the Ancobra River

      

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        London in 1741-5 [Knightsbridge, Brompton, Earls Court, Hammersmith, Acton, Kilburn, Paddington, Hyde Park]. Sheet 11.

      London 1878 - Lithograph. Hand coloured. Size: 67 x 52 cm. Fine condition; a few repaired marginal tears, not affecting the image. This is a lithograph published by George Stanford in 1878 from the 1769 edition. Despite many editions, these days the maps are available infrequently, and the demand for them is high. Sheet from John Rocque's 16-sheet An Exact Survey of the City's of London, Westminster ye Borough of Southwark and the Country near ten miles round, 1741-5. His magnificent and meticulous map includes a vast amount of detail where every house and garden is marked, as well as heights, roads and paths. The map was first published in 1746, with plenty of later editions due to its popularity. It was originally engraved by Richard Parr. Howgego: 94 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Album of photographs from the Hazara Expedition, 1891.

      1878-93. Landscape folio (380 × 300 mm). Contemporary black half roan, dark green morocco-grained boards ruled in gilt, all edges gilt, white moiré-silk effect endpapers. 39 albumen photographs each c.215 × 280 mm mounted to stiff card leaves, detailed inked captions on mounts identifying location and personnel, discreet captions and Burke catalogue numbers in the plate where applicable (26 photographs labelled Burke, Burke and Baker or "B"; 2 with numbers only; 5 captioned "J. Winter"; remainder uncaptioned), contemporary tissue-guards laid in. Binding slightly rubbed, some light staining to boards, neat restoration of the joints, head and tail of the spine and to the corners, a few very minor spots of foxing to mounts, First photograph slightly oxidised and a few slightly faded along margins but prints in the main in excellent condition, retaining their rich tonal contrasts. A collection of fine photographs largely originating from the Black Mountain, or Hazara, Expedition of 1891, with the ownership inscription of Captain C. J. H. H. Noble to the front free endpaper. The North West Frontier Province was highly unstable; restive local tribes, in particular the Yusufzai, were a major problem for the British, who converged on the region from three directions with a total force of some 7,000 troops. From the photographs it is clear that Burke was attached to the Indus River column: there are views of Attock, Abbottabad, Rawalpindi, the Indus Valley and several of Murree, regimental photographs, camp views, various images including Sikh soldiers and a striking scene of "No. 1 Mountain Battery shelling Diliasi from Palosi" (Burke 81). The final two photographs – each of the 1st Bedfordshire Regiment – are puzzling: Charles John Herbert Hay Noble (b. 1870), son of Col. C. S. Noble of Murrayfield, Edinburgh, received his commission in the Yorkshire Regiment in September 1894 having after five years in the ranks. He was promoted lieutenant January 1897 and captain in the Manchester Regiment in June 1900. He served with the Jsazai Expedition (1892) and as transport officer to the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment in the Tirah Expeditionary Force campaign on the North West Frontier Province, led by Sir William Lockhart (1897–98). In 1900 he travelled from India to South Africa on special service, where he distinguished himself in reconnaissance, led a successful night raid on a Boer farm and was mentioned in despatches (7 May 1901) before dying of wounds received in action at Schalkie Farm, near Bethlehem, in November the same year. At around 17 years old John Burke travelled out to India as an assistant apothecary to the Royal Artillery, but he spent very little time in the service before forming a partnership with William Baker, a retired sergeant of the 87th Regiment, in a photographic studio: "the first commercial photographers in Peshawar and in the North-West Frontier Â… [ranking] among the earliest war, news and landscape photographers in the Indian subcontinent Â… [becoming] over the next decades the first photographers to work in large areas of northern British India and the independent feudal realms of Kashmir and Afghanistan" (Khan, From Kashmir to Kabul, p. 11). Outside of the extensive archive of the photographs themselves, they left little record of their lives, taking a prominent place "among the finest forgotten photographers of the British Raj". Whatever the reason for the work of their studio so often being passed over in favour of better-known photographers (Bourne and Shepherd for example), it is not due to any technical or aesthetic shortcomings: "The chemicals and procedures they used have aged better than those of many others Â… [and] the rich composition of their images is immediately apparent. In their time, they won many of the top photography awards in competitions throughout British India". Burke's work was also far more widely published in Graphic and the ILN than that of any of his competitors. This excellence has not been lost on genuine connoisseurs of Indian photography, one of the first modern publications of Raj photography Worswick and Embree's The Last Empire – based on Worswick's pioneering collection, now at the Getty Research Institute – included more photographs by Burke and Baker than by any of their contemporaries. "Burke accompanied the Peshawar Valley Field Force, one of three British Anglo-Indian army columns deployed in the Second Afghan War (1878–80), despite being rejected for the role of official photographer. He financed his trip by advance sales of his photographs 'illustrating the advance from Attock to Jellalabad' Â… Burke's two-year Afghan expedition produced an important visual document of the region where the strategies of the Great Game were played out" (British Library online cataloguing).

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        L'Aéronaute. Bulletin mensuel illustré de la navigation aérienne. N°1 de la 11ème année au N°12 de la 12ème année

      First Edition. Bound in half navy shagreen, back with five nerves set with golden threads and double blind fillets, small traces of minor friction on the back, golden date (bookbinder, perhaps love, falsely indicated the years 1876 to 1877 then it is many years 1878-1879 contained in this volume), flat marbled, endpapers and contreplats of handmade paper, wrappers preserved and bound in contemporary binding. Many illustrations in-text. Very rare copy of the first aerospace publication, after the failed attempt of a first Balloonist by Nadar in 1864: "The child that I could not grow is now up to you, sir, and it is I who Thank you for adoption. " Contributions of Charles Robin, Hureau de Villeneuve, Enrico Ciotti, Jules armengaud, Ch Hauvel of Audreville Louis Rameau, Louis Redier, Victor Tatin, Claude Jobert, Mangon Hervé-Pierre Castel, Charles Louvrié Paul Martin Saint Léon Serge Mikounine Gaston tissandier, Adrien Dute-Poitevin, Felix Caron, J. Melikoff Michel Krouchkoff, Wilfrid de Fonvielle, J. Bennett, Enrico Forlmanini, Count d'Esterno Louis branch, Henri Lachambre, Saint-Loup, Elie Mirepoix, Marc Antoine Gaudin ... Becoming a badge rarity, this review constittue an important testimony of the aviation adventure and concurrency between the lighter and heavier than air. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Aux bureaux et à la rédaction de la revue l'Aéronaute Paris Janvier 1878 - Décembre 1879 15,5x23,5cm 24 fascicules reliés en 1 volume

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        Shores of the Polar sea a narrative of the Arctic expedition of 1875–6.

      London M. Ward 1878 - First edition. Folio (49 x 35.5 cm), vi, 83 pp., Title page in red and black, coloured map frontispiece, 16 mounted chromolithographs mounted on card as issued, 28 vignettes in text. Original publisher's blue cloth, elaborately blocked in black and gilt on the spine and upper board, panels in blind to the lower board, all edges gilt, a fine example. A "sumptuous volume" (Books on Ice), illustrating Nares's British Arctic Expedition 1875–6. Moss was naval surgeon aboard Nares's flagship Alert "but also served as artist for the expedition." Moss places the emphasis on his pictorial efforts – which offer some of the classic images of the heroic era of polar exploration. The sketches are not designed to illustrate the progress of the expedition, or any stirring events in its history, so much as the appearance of the strange and desolate country by the shores of which teh ships slowly steamed, the wonderful phenomena of the sky, and the effects of light and shade produced by a midnight sun, or a midday moon, on the ice-bound rocks which form the scenery of the region. Encouraged by the reports of the American expeditions of Isaac Israel Hayes and C. F. Hall, which had "revived the belief in an open polar sea and suggested that land extended far to the north, west of Robeson Channel" (ODNB), the Nares expedition was intended to reach the pole via Smith Sound. A sledge party under Commander Markham of the Alert did reach "83

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Strasbourg, 4. I. 1878. - 8vo. 1

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        New Determination of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat" [Joule] WITH "The Bakerian Lecture: On Repulsion Resulting from Radiation. Part V" [Crookes] in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 169, Parts I & II. 1878, pp. 365-385 [Joule]; pp. 243-318 [Crookes]

      London: Harrison & Sons, 1878 FIRST EDITION & PRINTING OF JOULE'S FINAL DETERMINATION OF THE MECHANICAL EQUIVALENT OF HEAT. This was the "last experimental research of any magnitude that Joule undertook" (Reynolds, Memoir of James Prescott Joule, 165). Crookes information appears below. Volume includes Parts I & II of the Phil Trans bound together and 70 plates. Inspired by his belief that heat was derived from work, Joule spent a great deal of his life converting mechanical work directly into heat without any electrical steps as he worked to determine the mechanical equivalent of heat. The concept of the mechanical equivalent of heat states "that motion and heat are mutually interchangeable and that in every case, a given amount of work would generate the same amount of heat, provided the work done is totally converted to heat energy" (Wikipedia). In this paper, Joule discusses problems relating to his discovery of the first law of thermodynamics, the principle of the conservation of energy, and presents his final measurement of the mechanical equivalent of heat. His final measurement of the mechanical equivalent of heat was 772.55, a number Joule also requested be engraved on his gravestone. The result of Joule's final experiments by the direct method of friction presented in this paper agreed almost exactly with the value he had found in 1850. "It appeared, therefore, that the cause of the discrepancy lay in the unit of resistance. Any doubt as to this was soon resolved, for Rowland, in the same year as Joule's last paper was published… showed that the standard of resistance was about 1 per cent smaller than the committee of 1864 had intended it to be, and that, making this correction, the results of his own experiments by the methods of friction and of electrical heating agreed very closely both among themselves and also with Joule's value, 772.5. This result was confirmed in 1881 and 1882 by Lord Rayleigh, who found that the value of the British Association unit of resistance was .9867 instead of unity, while the value required to bring Joule's two determinations of J. into complete accordance is .9873. Thus the exactness of his work has been amply verified" (DNB, 30, 216). ALSO: A Bakerian lecture by the British chemist Sir William Crookes here in its first printing. "On the Repulsion Resulting From Radiation. Part V." is a long and important paper in the history of vacuum physics. In it, Crookes "looked at the effect of repulsion due to radiation on chemical precipitates, varied the characteristics of the radiation, investigated conductors and experimented with the presentation of surfaces", comparing the reactions of various substances by using radiometers (Wess, Crookes's Radiometers, Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 2010). Of this paper, James Clerk Maxwell wrote: "Mr. Crookes describes several most extensive series of experiments. The labour, skill and ingenuity displayed in these experiments are marvelous and many of the individual results are valuable but I think the improvement of the methods of making measuring and preserving a vacuum is likely to be still more valuable to science than any of the actual experiments" (Maxwell, The Scientific Letters, 681). And Maxwell was right: Crookes did a great deal of important work, but "he was a pioneer in the construction and use of vacuum tubes for the study of physical phenomena" (Wikipedia). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: Harrison and Sons. Ex-libris bearing a tiny on the title page and a small pencilled notation; no other markings. Full volume, Parts I & II. Quarto. (11.5 x 8.5 inches; 288 x 213mm). Part I: [4], 12, [318], Part II: [18], 319-826, [4]. 70 plates. Full volume, complete. Handsomely rebound in aged calf. 5 raised bands at the spine, each gilt-ruled; gilt-tooled fleur de lis at the spine. Red and black, gilt-lettered spine labels. Tightly bound; new endpapers. Bright and clean throughout (including plates). Occasional and minor small closed tears at the margin. Near fine.

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