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        Venezia. Palais Lucrezia Borgia davant la restauration

      Venezia, C.Naya, ca. 1878. Original photograph, albumen print, 25,6 x 33,5 cm, on mount. KEYWORDS:italy/venezia/photo

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        BODIE AND ESMERALDA BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THE REVIVAL OF AFFAIRS IN TWO SINGULARLY INTERESTING AND IMPORTANT MINING DISTRICTS...

      San Francisco, 1878. 60pp. plus two folding maps. 12mo. Original printed wrappers. Minor soiling and wear. Very good. A rare pamphlet describing the early history of two California mining districts at the height of their boom. A profitable deposit of gold-bearing ore was discovered in Bodie in 1876, and over the next few years the population soared to 5000-7000. The once small town bustled with activity, boasting as many as sixty-five saloons spread along a one mile strip. With details on more than twenty mines, as well as tunnels, railroad routes, and other information useful for the prospective investor or settler. COWAN, p.671.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana ]
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        Un Capitaine De Quinze Ans

      Hetzel, Paris - Non daté (1878). Collection Hetzel, Les Voyages Extraordinaires. Cartonnage Hetzel percaline bleue Roi, "aux deux éléphants, titre dans le cartouche", cartonnage très rare dans cette couleur. 1ère édition, 1er plat signé A. Souze, 2e plat type f, trois tranches dorées, catalogue à la fin, illustré, intérieur bon état. Discrète restauration ancienne. Size: In8 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal of the North-China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, New Series No. XII. . Including Shi-king, or Classic of Poetry of the Chinese, by Thomas W. Kingsmill

      Shanghai: Celestial Empire Office, 1878 - First edition, first printing. Octavo, 21.1*14*4.7cm, 337p. Hardcover in modern binding with new endpapers, with 3 folded tables and 18 folded diagrams of temperature, atmosphere pressure, precipitation, wind directions and other aspects of weather in Asia. Contents: Article I. On the Stone Figures at Chinese Tombs and the Offering of Living Sacrifices by William Frederik Mayers. Article II. The Comparative Study of Chinese Dialects by E. H. Parker. Article III. Droughts in China, A. D. 620 to 1643 by Alex Hosie. Article IV. Sunspots and Sun-shades observed in China, B.C. 28 to A.D. 1617 by Alex Hosie. Article V. The Ancient Language and Cult of the Chows; being Notes Critical and Exegetical on the Shi-king, or Classic of Poetry of the Chinese by Thomas W. Kingsmill. Article VI. The Climate of Eastern Asia by Dr. H. Fristsche. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Twelfth Annual Report of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 1878 Maps and Panoramas

      Washington: Government Printing Office. Good with no dust jacket. 1878. Hardcover. Black cloth government binding folder containing 10 maps. Soil on boards and regular holes in boards where string may have bound the boards. A list of sheets pasted into the front lists 7 maps, but 10 numbered maps are included. The maps range from good to very good condition and have some chipped edges, light soil on backs, and fold edge tears, with the first map showing the most wear and tears along fold edges. The geologic maps are color. The last three, 8-10, are topographic maps of parts of Wyoming, Southeastern Idaho, and Northeastern Utah. The List of Sheets is 1. Economic map of Portions of Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah 2. Geologic map of portions of Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah 3. Geologic map of part of Central Wyoming 4. Geologic map of parts of Western Wyoming and Southeastern Idaho 5. Geologic map of Western Wyoming, Southeastern Idaho, and Northeastern Utah 6. Geologic map of the Yellowstone National Park 7. Panoramic views in the Wind River and Teton Mountains (has brown tinting only). These are some of the earliest detailed geologic maps of the mountain West, compiled under US Geological and Geographical Survey Director F. V. Hayden. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall; 10 pp .

      [Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA]
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        Vue d'Odessa. Steps to Harbour

      1878. Original photograph, albumen print, 25,8 x 42,2 cm, on original mount. Few small spots at upper border. Spot at left lower corner. KEYWORDS:russia/odessa/ukraine/photo

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        The Origin of Species

      John Murray London, 1878 1878, Sixth Edition, 20th Thousand. The sixth edition was the last edition personally revised by Darwin during his lifetime (1809-1882); in 1872 a new chapter was added and in 1876 Darwin added his corrections. The sixth edition is the edition in which the word "evolution" was used for the first time (although Darwin used this term in the Descent of Man, published a year earlier); a very handsome copy of an early edition, with a clean, bright, unmarked text, of this great, original work of science. Very good in original cloth. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne Written in the Years MDCCCXIX and MDCCCXX and Now Given from the Original Manuscripts with Introduction and Notes by Harry Buxton Forman

      Reeves and Turner, London 1878 - Hardcover. First Edition. Author's presentation copy, inscribed "W.M. Rossetti with H. Buxton Forman's kind regards 1 Feb '78." Beneath the inscription is the ownership inscription of Mary E. Madox Rossetti, recording her inheritance of the book from her father. The connections between Buxton Forman, editor of the Romantics, bibliophile, and (with Thomas J. Wise and alone) literary forger and the Rossettis are many and complicated. Forman began by writing positive critical comment on Dante Gabriel Rossetti in 1869, leading to acquaintance with the painter-poet and then to a close friendship with William Michael, himself an editor of Keats, Blake, and Shelley, that lasted until their deaths. Over time, William Rossetti sold and gave Forman much Rossetti material, but he resisted authenticating the Wise-Forman forgeries of his brother's work. Bound in the original navy blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine. It has been restored with the repair visible along both hinges. There is a repaired short closed tear to the cloth along the front hinge. Rubbing to gilt on spine and large black ink stain to front cover and margins of several pages. As the cloth is a deep navy blue, the black stain is not particularly visible on the cover. Offsetting to verso of signature page from a laid in newspaper clipping relating to Keats. Includes three illustrations: a portrait of Keats, silhouette of Fanny Browne, and facsimile of letter XXVII. From the collection of Stuart B. Schimmel. 128 pages plus 12 pages of advertisements. LIT/062316. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Le Nouvel Opera de Paris.

      Ducher et Cie, Paris, 1878-1881. - Band 1 : 525 Seiten / Band 2 : Seiten 424. Einband und Schnitt leicht angeschmutzt. Rückseite Band 2 abgescheuerte Papierstelle. Rücken leicht stockfleckig. Papier altersgemäß nachgedunkelt. Vorsatzseiten leicht randwellig u. randlichtig. Folgeblatt jeweils auch stärker nachgedunkelt. Innen sehr sauber und gepflegt. Stabile Fadenheftung. Altersentsprechend sehr gutes Exemplare. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3200 Halbledereinband mit marmoriertem Papier. Blauer Sprenkelschnitt. Handgebundene Ausgaben.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat-Plate]
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        A Complete Set of the Picture Books: The House that Jack Built; The Diverting History of John Gilpin; An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog; The Babes in the Wood; The Three Jovial Huntsmen; Sing a Song for Sixpence; The Queen of Hearts; The Farmer's Boy; Hey Diddle Diddle and Baby Bunting; A Frog He Would a-Wooing Go; The Milkmaid (Where are you going, my pretty maid); Fox Jumps over the Parson's Gate; Come Lasses and Lads; Ride A Cock Horse to Banbury Cross and A Farmer Went Trotting Upon His Grey Mare; Mrs. Mary Blaize; [and] The Great Panjandrum Himself

      George Routledge & Sons, London 1878 - a few are a little worn at the extremities else a very good set housed in two clam-shell boxes. four of the issues are present in two states[similar] [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Return of the Native

      London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1878. Three volumes complete - Volume One - vi, 303pp, [1]; Volume Two - vi, 297pp, [3] and Volume Three - vi, 320pp. Later full crushed morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, raised bands, spines in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, author and volume to third, remaining panels gilt with central flower head, surrounded by a quadrilobe and volutes with dots and small roundels in the background, covers with double fillet border and an inner single fillet frame, gilt rolls to edges and inner edges, t.e.g. Slightly rubbed to extremities, otherwise externally very good indeed. Internally very lightly browned with one or two small spots of foxing, but generally quite bright and clean. With frontispiece in volume one. The Foyle copy, with the Beeleigh Abbey bookplate to front pastedowns, also the Clement K. Shorter copy, with his bookplate to one of the blanks of volume one, with a presentation inscription by Hardy to Shorter on the half-title of volume one stating 'To Clement Shorter, Yours Sincerely, Thomas Hardy July 2. 1903'. Now housed in a cloth slipcase made by Temple Bookbinders. Hardy gave the original manuscript of 'The Return of the Native' to Shorter in 1908 in return for his having had a number of Hardy's manuscripts bound (Purdy, page 27), and whilst Purdy records two other books inscribed to Shorter by Hardy, books inscribed by Hardy are uncommon. Sadleir 1113, Purdy, pages 24-27. Signed by Author. First Edition. Full Morocco. Very Good. 8vo.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        Libro De Agricultura. Arreglo Hecho En Vista De La Traducción Castellana De D. José Banqueri Por D. Claudio Boutelou. Introducción De Esteban Boutelou.

      Biblioteca Científico Literaria, Sevilla 1878 - 508 y 547 pp. Bien encuadernado de época en tela. Lomera con dos tejuelos. =Esta obra recoge todo el saber agrícola y zootécnico de su época, siglo XII, pero no volvió a ver la luz hasta el siglo XVIII, cuando fue encontrada en la biblioteca del Escorial, traducida al español e impresa en Madrid en 1802 y en Sevilla en 1878. Después se tradujo en francés y se publicó en París en 1865. Desde entonces ha sido una referencia en materia de agricultura en Europa. Size: 2 Tomos En 1 Vol. En 8º [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUÀRIA]
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        Gärtnerisches Skizzenbuch.

      Wiegandt Hempel & Parey, Berlin 1878 - Berlin, Wiegandt, Hempel & Parey, [1878-]1882. 38 x 32 cm. Titelblatt., 30 S., 60 teils gefalt. Farblithographien, darunter ein zweifach gefalteter Plan des Berliner Tiergartens. Neuer Leinenband (Hardcover) unter Verwendung von Fragmenten des Original-Kartoneinbandes. Neu mit Faden gebundenes und restauratorisch stabilisiertes Exemplar, Schimmelbefall behandelt. Im oberen Bereich durch Feuchtigkeit zusammengeklebte Seiten getrennt, teils mit minimalem Textverlust. Die Pläne überwegend recht sauber, aber teils auch im oberen Bereich durch Schimmelbefall verfärbt und an einigen Stellen etwas mürbe. Thomas Nietner, Königlicher Hofgärtner im Neuen Garten zu Potsdam, hat in diesem Buch zahlreiche eigene Entwürfe sowie solche von "Fachgenossen" mit Erläuterungen vorgestellt. Das Skizzenbuch ist gedacht als ein praktisches Vorlagen- und Ideenbuch für Gartengestalter und Bauherren, mit vielen dekorativen Details und Plänen. Sprache: deu Neu mit Faden gebundenes und restauratorisch stabilisiertes Exemplar, Schimmelbefall behandelt. Im oberen Bereich durch Feuchtigkeit zusammengeklebte Seiten getrennt, teils mit minimalem Textverlust. Die Pläne überwegend recht sauber, aber teils auch im oberen Bereich durch Schimmelbefall verfärbt und an einigen Stellen etwas mürbe. Neuer Leinenband (Hardcover) unter Verwendung von Fragmenten des Original-Kartoneinbandes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        YO SEMITE UNION CHAPEL ASSOCIATION. Building Fund. 5000 Dollars. 20,000 Shares of 25 Cents Each

      San Francisco: A. L. Bancroft & Co., Lith, 1878. 1st Printing. Some edge rash, with left edge showing removal from what apparently was a stapled pad. Certificate, "1 share", made out to "Miss Bessie M. Boyle". Vertical fold-line in center. About Very Good.. Single certificate, printed recto only. To right, a wood engraved vignette of the Chapel, 2-3/4" x 1-5/8". The image bracketed, on top & bottom, by two quotations from the bible: Go up to the mountain, and bring wood, and build the house; and I will take pleasure in it, and I will be glorified, saith the Lord." (Haggai 1:8), followed underneath by, "The mountain of the Lord's house shall be established on the top of the mountains and shall be exalted above the hills." (Isaiah 2:2). Oblong format: 3-7/8" x 9-1/4" Even though this fundraising campaign reputedly raised only $1,511.70, vice the desired $5000, thanks to largess of others, the chapel was built, erected at the base of the "Four-mile Trail," and was first used on June 7, 1879. Mr. Charles Geddes, a leading architect of San Francisco, made and presented the plans. Mr. E. Thomson, also of San Francisco, erected the building at a cost of between three and four thousand dollars. Mr. H. D. Bacon of Oakland donated the bell. [Yosemite Chapel HIstory]. Here offered then is a rare stock certificate for this Yosemite project, whereon the stated purpose is "to erect an Undenominational house of Worship in the Yo Semite Valley, under direction of the California State S.S. Association." Albeit in a slightly different location, the chapel stands to this day, now a popular site for weddings. According to a local Yo Semite collector, only 3 of these certificates are known to have survived.

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        La méthode graphique dans les sciences expérimentales et particulièrement en physiologie et en médecine

      [187 - de (4), XIX, (1), 673 et (3) Paris, G. Masson, [1878], in-8, de (4), XIX, (1), 673 et (3) pages, exemplaire broché, sous couvertures imprimées de l'éditeur, Première édition, rare, de cet ouvrage capital qui forme l'aboutissement des travaux de médecine appliquée de Marey sur la transcription dans un langage objectif, scientifique et neutre des phénomènes physiologiques et sensorielles : "la méthode graphique [.] saisit des nuances qui échapperaient aux autres moyens d'observation [et] traduit les phases de la marche d'un phénomène avec une clarté que le langage ne possède pas". Cette publication constitue aussi un tournant : à partir de 1880, les recherches de Marey porteront principalement sur l'invention de l'image animée, sur la captation et la retranscription de corps en mouvement. Ainsi, lors de sa réédition, en 1885, le présent texte fut augmenté d'un supplément "sur le développement de la méthode graphique par la photographie". Plus de 340 figures gravées sur bois dans le texte d'appareils, de courbes et de tracés montrent l'utilisation de nouveaux appareils, entre autres inventés par Marey, servant pour des mesures physiologiques ou médicales. Malgré de rares rousseurs, bel exemplaire, broché. DSB, IX, 103 ; Rothshuh, History of Physiology, p. 274. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera omnia graece et latine cum indice nominum et rerum absolutissimo. 5 Bände.

      Paris, Ambrosio Firmin-Didot, 1878. - Griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe. - Einbände beschabt u. bestoßen (vereinzelt kl. Bezugsfehlstellen). Vorderdeckeln m. Nummernschild. Vortitelbll. gestempelt. Etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - gr Gewicht in Gramm: 8000 4°. Zus. ca. 3600 S., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. m. etw. Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückenschildern u. dreiseitig marmor. Schnitt.

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        1776-1876. Centennial Memorial, in Congress. July 4,1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America.

      Artist: Columbian Publishing Company New York; Issued in: New York; date: 1878 - Artist: Columbian Publishing Company, New York; Issued in: New York; date: 1878; - Condition: Folds perfectly restored; One of the famous unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America.Issued as a copy arround 1878 in a comercial pamphlet. Only are few are still available.Very scarce 1876 broadside Centennial printing of the Declaration of Independence, engraved by Continental publishing and published by James McBride as part of an advertising campaign for the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. The broadside is decorated with a lovely engraved border featuring ribbons and stars and an elaborate header that depicts a bald eagle flanked by six American flags.

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        Relazione sulla cultura dei cotoni in Italia. Seguita da una Monografia del Genere Gossypium.

      Rome and Palermo: Stamperia Reale and C. Visconti, 1877-1878. - Folio (19 x 13 2/8 inches). Fine chromolithographed title-page and 12 plates by Visconti after F.P. Rivas. Original grey cloth backed grey printed paper boards (a bit spotted and lightly soiled). Published to accompany the display at the Paris Exhibition of 1878. A centre for the making of fine cotton cloth from the Middle Ages, by the end of the 19th-century production had become highly mechanised, and faced fierce competition on a grand scale from the American producers. Catalogued by Kate Hunter [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc]
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        Topographisch-statistisches Lexikon von Steiermark mit historischen Notizen und Anmerkungen. 3 Bände.

      Graz, Leykam, 1878-85. - Erstausgabe. - Erschien eigentlich bereits ab 1875 in Lieferungen, das zusammenfassende Titelblatt des ersten Bandes ist jedoch 1878 datiert. - Mit Ansichten von Graz, Bad Aussee, Bruck a. M., Eisenerz, Frohnleiten, Fürstenfeld, Hartberg, Irdning, Judenburg, Knittelfeld, Leibnitz, Leoben, Liezen, Marburg, Mautern, Murau, Pettau, Radkersburg, Rottenmann, Schladming, Semriach, Spielfeld, Stainz, Trofaiach, Voitsberg, Vorau, Vordernberg, Weiz, Wildon u.a. - Einbände etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Kopfschnitt des letzten Bandes tlw. mit Wasserrand. Innendeckeln m. Resten entf. Aufkleber. Die Ortsbezeichnungen der Tafeln wie meist bindungsbedingt tlw. leicht angeschnitten. Durchg. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Nebehay/W. II, 275; Schlossar 1007; Graff, Leykam, S. 111; List 309. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 5000 Gr.-8°. Mit 93 (1 gefalt.) Ansichten in Tonlithographie. VIII, 812; 1 Bl., 753 S.; 4 Bll., S. (753-)1492, OHLdr.-Bde. m. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückentiteln. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne Written in the Years MDCCCXIX and MDCCCXX and Now Given from the Original Manuscripts with Introduction and Notes by Harry Buxton Forman

      London: Reeves and Turner, 1878. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. Author's presentation copy, inscribed "W.M. Rossetti with H. Buxton Forman's kind regards 1 Feb '78." Beneath the inscription is the ownership inscription of Mary E. Madox Rossetti, recording her inheritance of the book from her father. The connections between Buxton Forman, editor of the Romantics, bibliophile, and (with Thomas J. Wise and alone) literary forger and the Rossettis are many and complicated. Forman began by writing positive critical comment on Dante Gabriel Rossetti in 1869, leading to acquaintance with the painter-poet and then to a close friendship with William Michael, himself an editor of Keats, Blake, and Shelley, that lasted until their deaths. Over time, William Rossetti sold and gave Forman much Rossetti material, but he resisted authenticating the Wise-Forman forgeries of his brother's work. Bound in the original navy blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine. It has been restored with the repair visible along both hinges. There is a repaired short closed tear to the cloth along the front hinge. Rubbing to gilt on spine and large black ink stain to front cover and margins of several pages. As the cloth is a deep navy blue, the black stain is not particularly visible on the cover. Offsetting to verso of signature page from a laid in newspaper clipping relating to Keats. Includes three illustrations: a portrait of Keats, silhouette of Fanny Browne, and facsimile of letter XXVII. From the collection of Stuart B. Schimmel. 128 pages plus 12 pages of advertisements. LIT/062316.

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        Catalogue illustré des Livres Précieux, Manuscrits et Imprimés, faisant Partie de la Bibliothèque de M. Ambroise Firmin-Didot...

      [Compiled by G. Pawlowski]. 195 plates & facsimiles (some in color & some double-page). Six vols. Large thick 4to, cont. green half-morocco & marbled boards, t.e.g., other edges uncut. Paris: 1878-79-81-82-83-84. A magnificent set in matching bindings of the rare illustrated issue, limited to 500 numbered sets and printed on special and large paper, of one of the most magnificent collections of early French books, manuscripts, and fine bindings ever assembled. This is the only issue to contain the very fine reproductions in lithography, photogravure, and chromolithography, of illuminated MSS. and bindings. The Firmin-Didot sale marked the apotheosis of "classical" French bibliophily; it was the finest collection formed, and eventually dispersed, in 19th-century France. This set, "no. 60" was reserved for F.S. Ellis, the London bookseller, most likely for his greatest client, Sir Thomas Brooke (with his bookplate in the first five volumes). It was Brooke, of course, who owned the celebrated Pillone library. This set comes from the library of A.R.A. Hobson and, I believe, his father, G.D. Hobson. Laid-in are a number of rubbings of bindings and the occasional note concerning the whereabouts of various books from the library. A really fine and handsome set. Volumes 1, 2, and 5 have been ruled in red with prices in a contemporary hand. The final volume is numbered "197." .

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        Experimental Researches in Electricity . . . reprinted from the Philosophical Transactions. 3 volumes.

      Bernard Quaritch, London 1878 - 3 volumes. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1839, 1844, 1855 (but 1878-1882). 8vo (220 x 145 mm). viii, 574; viii, 302; viii, 588 pp. 17 engraved plates (13 folding), woodcut diagrams in text, half-titles in vols. 2 and 3 (not called for in vol. 1), no advertisement leaf at end of vol. 1. Original publisher's green pebbled cloth with spine lettered in gilt. Uncut and largely unopened. Text very clean, crisp and virtually unfoxed. Provenance: The library of Hugh Selbourne. An outstanding, well preserved and greatly unsophisticated copy, with only a few gatherings opened. ---- PMM 308, Horblit 29; Norman 762 (all for 1st ed.); DSB IV, 527-40. QUARITCH REPRINT of the FIRST COLLECTED EDITION, with line "Facsimile Reprint" to title-pages. Containing the 29 papers published by Faraday in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society between 1832 and 1852. The collection includes all of Faraday's most important contributions to the fields of electricity, electro-magnetic induction and magnetism. The author's epoch-making discovery of the means to generate electricity by electro-magnetic induction is the principle behind the dynamo and the transformer, and the foundation of the modern electrical industry. The experiments that Faraday recorded in this paper marked the begining of his "great series of investigations into electricity" (PMM), through which he established the identity of all types of electricity, the magnetic properties of the earth and his theory of "lines" or "tubes" of magnetic force, "the starting point for the revolutionary theories of Clerk Maxwell and later of Einstein" (PMM). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Des dyspepsies

      1878 - (4)-284 pages Paris, Octave Doin, 1878, in-8, (4)-284 pages, broché, Thèse d'agrégation de médecine, présentée le 2 mai 1878 à la faculté de Paris, du docteur Fulgence Raymond (1844-1910), le plus âgé des élèves de Charcot, mieux connu pour ses travaux en neurologie. Elle a paru deux ans après sa thèse de doctorat et juste avant sa nomination en tant que chef de clinique de la Faculté, attaché au service du professeur Germain Sée à l'Hôtel-Dieu. Dès la fin de cette première année de clinicat, il devient médecin des hôpitaux et concourt à l'agrégation dans la section médecine et médecine légale. Sa thèse ainsi rédigée se veut « la synthèse des travaux du passé susceptibles de nous éclairer sur la nature, les causes, l'évolution, le diagnostic et le traitement des affections si diverses qu'on rattachait et qu'on rattache encore à la dyspepsie. » Raymond, qui fut vétérinaire en début de carrière, succèdera à Charcot à la chaire de neurologie en 1894 et fondera, en 1895, la Société de neurologie de Paris. Bogousslasky, Following Charcot, pp. 58-59. Gazette médicale du Centre, 1er août 1906. Couverture fanée, rousseurs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LA PHOTOGRAPHIE EN AMÉRIQUE:; TRAITÉ COMPLET DE PHOTOGRAPHIE PRATIQUE CONTENANT LES DÉCOUVERTES LES PLUS RÉCENTS

      A. Liébert, Paris 1878 - 8vo., xi, 679 pp. photogravure frontispiece, 16 carbon photographs mounted on 6 leaves, and one mounted photo-lithograph, other illustrations in text. Contemporary half morocco with tips, gilt titled and decorated within raised bands on spine, t.e.g. Occasional scattered foxing. A very good copy. Alphonse Justin Liébert (1827-1913) a French naval officer, resigned his commission and opened a photographic studio in San Francisco, 1851. By 1864 he was back in Paris where he introduced the melainotype (tintype) and was an early advocate of the carbon process. In this survey of American approaches to photography he included studio design, lighting apparatus, darkroom work and enlarging as well as photo-sculpture, many of his own design. This third edition is greatly revised and expanded from previous editions. Roosens and Salu #6546.

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        LA PHOTOGRAPHIE EN AMÉRIQUE:; TRAITÉ COMPLET DE PHOTOGRAPHIE PRATIQUE CONTENANT LES DÉCOUVERTES LES PLUS RÉCENTS

      Paris: A. Liébert, 1878. Third edition. 8vo., xi, 679 pp. photogravure frontispiece, 16 carbon photographs mounted on 6 leaves, and one mounted photo-lithograph, other illustrations in text. Contemporary half morocco with tips, gilt titled and decorated within raised bands on spine, t.e.g. Occasional scattered foxing. A very good copy. Alphonse Justin Liébert (1827-1913) a French naval officer, resigned his commission and opened a photographic studio in San Francisco, 1851. By 1864 he was back in Paris where he introduced the melainotype (tintype) and was an early advocate of the carbon process. In this survey of American approaches to photography he included studio design, lighting apparatus, darkroom work and enlarging as well as photo-sculpture, many of his own design. This third edition is greatly revised and expanded from previous editions. Roosens and Salu #6546.

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        CIVIL WAR ERA MANUSCRIPT DIARIES Of A NORTHERN DEMOCRAT "COPPERHEAD" SCHOOLTEACHER. 1859 - 1879

      [Champion, NY] 1878 - 10 diaries, one per year here offered. Smallest volume: ~ 375 unnumbered pages (dates printed, one entry per page, plus front and rear matter). Remaining volumes: ~120 unnumbered pages (dates printed, 3 entries per page), plus a varying number of printed pages at rear for memoranda, accounting, etc.; ~20 printed pages of yearly calendar, tables, statistics, etc. to beginning of some volumes. Most entries contain writing, though occasional blanks; some unused pages of back matter, particularly in later diaries. Total manuscript word count conservatively estimated at 55,000+. Sizes vary. Smallest 4" x 2-3/4"; largest 6-13/16" x 3-1/2". Most ~5" x 3-1/4" An archive of ten Civil War and Reconstruction era manuscript diaries kept by Myron E. Rose, a Democrat from Champion, New York, whose political views during the war coincided most strongly with those of the Peace Democrats, or ?Copperheads.? Rose was a young schoolteacher at the start of the war, supplementing his income with a variety of odd jobs and seasonal work. After the war, he and his family moved to Lucas, Iowa, and began a farm; he returned to Champion not long after his wife diedwas a 25-year-old schoolteacher in 1859, when these diaries begin, still working toward his certification, griping about his noisy ?scholars,? chasing girls, and supplementing his income with a variety of other odd jobs/ seasonal work, including roofing, house construction, woodcutting, farming, and, later, cheesemaking. The diaries reference many important aspects of civilian life during the war, with particular emphasis on drafting and draft riots ? not surprisingly, from a young man living under threat of a draft to fight a war he doesn?t believe to be worthwhile ? the deaths of townsfolk and family members, abolitionism, local and national politics, debates between neighbors, the many and varied jobs Rose takes to supplement his seasonal teaching salary, and more.  Beginning in 1859, when Rose was a 25-year-old new teacher still working toward certification, griping about his students, and going to a New Year?s party with the woman he would later marry, and ending in 1879 (with several gap years), after he has returned from homesteading in Iowa following the death of his wife, the diaries offer a singular and complex portrayal of a Northern Democrat during the war, and of a schoolteacher throughout, supplementing his income with a variety of seasonal and/or entrepreneurial opportunities. In near daily, if somewhat terse, entries, Rose seems to have become a Copperhead early on in the war (though he never self-identifies as such, only as a Democrat), voting for Horatio Seymour in the 1862 election for NY governor, loathing abolitionists, lauding the possibility of Lincoln?s capture by Confederate troops, and resenting a war fought to ?free the niggers [?] it takes more men than there were negroes what works? (July 19, 1864). Nevertheless, Rose was no supporter of the Confederacy, either. and in at least one case quite enjoyed debating politics and discussing current events with a Republican relative. Consequently, his near-daily, if often terse, diary entries present a complex portrayal of the experience of a Northern Democrat during and after the Civil War, including not only notes on the progress of the war, drafts and draft riots, local and national politics, and the deaths of friends and fellow townsfolk, but also his move to Iowa following the war and efforts to homestead there, his life back in Champion after the death of his wife, his attendance at Spiritualist meetings (and disdain for Adventists), and his many jobs, social life, successes and lack thereof with women, book purchases, accounting, and more.A cache of ten Civil War and Reconstruction era manuscript diaries kept by Myron E. Rose, a Democrat from Champion, New York, whose political views coincide most strongly with those of the Peace Democrats, or Copperheads. Rose seems to have become a Copperhead early on in the war (th [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ã¨ÂÂ¬Ã¥ÂœÂ‹Ã¥ÂœÂ°Ã¨ÂªÂŒÃ§Â•Â¥Ã¨Â«Â³Ã¥Â°Â„譯圖 四. [Bankoku chishi-ryaku ansha yaku-zu 4]. [Atlas of the General Topography of the World for Easy Learning ].

      

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        Histoire de mes Ascensions. Récit de Vingt-Quatre Voyages aëriens (1868-1877) précédé de simples Notions sur les Ballons et la Navigation aérienne.

      Numerous illus. & plates (several double-page) by Albert Tissandier; one folding table printed on both sides & one folding map. viii, 344 pp. Large 8vo, fine orig. red sheep (a few tiny defects), panelled in gilt, with the initials of Albert Tissandier on upper cover ("A.T."), spine nicely gilt, a.e.g. Paris: M. Dreyfous, 1878. First edition, the copy of Albert Tissandier, the illustrator of this book and brother of the author. Gaston Tissandier (1843-99), chemist, meteorologist, author, and aviator, with his brother Albert, were the most famous balloonists of their time, making a number of ascensions. They were the first to successfully power an airship using an electric motor. Gaston's history of ballooning was the standard work for many years and his bibliography was the first to be compiled on the subject of aviation. Albert Tissandier (1839-1906), was an architect, aviator, illustrator, editor, and archaeologist. He collaborated with his adventurer brother Gaston in writing for the magazine La Nature, a French language scientific journal aimed at the popularization of science. The perfect association copy. .

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        TA., Straßenansicht (Innenstadt) von Bombay, " Bombay ".

      - Aquarell n. Hildebrandt, dat. 1878, 24,3 x 34 Nach dem Aquarell von Eduard Hildebrandt, das auf seiner Weltreise 1862/63 entstanden ist. - Auf festem Papier und datiert : März 1878. Vgl. Lit.: Th./B.XVII. Auf Karton altmontiert und mit einer getuschten Linie gefasst. - Dekoratives Blatt. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        CIVIL WAR ERA MANUSCRIPT DIARIES Of A NORTHERN DEMOCRAT "COPPERHEAD" SCHOOLTEACHER. 1859 - 1879

      

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        Manuscript Journal - Female Traveller's Account of Australia, Yemen, Egypt and France

      Australia, 1878. Australia, Yemen, Egypt, France. 29 October 1878 - 27 November 1881. Manuscript journal penned by an English woman who had settled in Australia for one year, whose return voyage took her through Yemen, Egypt, featuring early accounts of Aden, Port Said, and El-Qantara. She subsequently travelled through France. 8vo. 146 pages with several small manuscript drawings within the text. Very good condition, a most pleasing account with early observations in Yemen and Egypt. The female writer is unidentified although she is certainly of the upper class, and the text suggests that she is the wife of Walter Green, Esq., formerly of 15, Pall Mall, Westminster, who retired at Beacon-Terrace, Torquay, Devon, where he died of consumption on 27 February 1880. She refers to his death as the saddest day of her life, and occasionally brings up memories of him. She spent one year in the colony of New South Wales, from there writing letters to Mr. Green at 15 Pall Mall. Somewhat wealthy, on 14 January she renews a deposit of £106 into Moloney Bank, Australia, and around the same time was advised to make a will to leave her money to "Georgie." Her home was London, where upon her return she and her companion dine with Hugh Grosvenor (1825-1899), and where she visits Kate and Kathleen, possibly sisters or daughters. The highlight of this unusual and illustrated travel diary is a superbly descriptive account of a passage through the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea, and the Suez Canal only ten years after it opened in 1869, containing especially interesting details of people and customs observed at Aden, Port Said, and El-Qantara. The first entry is made at Rose Bay, Sydney, 29 October 1878. Eighteen (18) pages of the diary are devoted to the writer's final four months in Australia and her preparations for departure. The following twenty-four (24) pages describe the voyage north to the Arabian Sea, through the Gulf of and entering the Red Sea, with fascinating accounts of the ports of call, and a most unusually detailed account of the Suez Canal passage. Disembarking at Port Said on 5 March 1879, nine of the twenty-four pages describe the sights and people of this city alone. For the first and presumably the only time, the female writer sees before her - women in burkas, Bedouin fishermen, Arab dwellings, camel caravans, Egyptian costume, foreign markets and foods unknown to her, Arab cafés, mud walls, streets of sand, vast desert landscapes, Red Sea Dhows, and so forth. Sailing into the Mediterranean, the vessel passes Malta, Pantelleria, Cartagena and Gibraltar, this part of the voyage to England encompassing nine (9) pages. She spends a few months in England visiting friends and family in Torquay, London, etc. until her next travel adventure, which consists of one year in France beginning in September 1879 and spending Christmas in Paris, and fifty-four (54) pages of the volume. Her tour in the French country also included the popular seaside retreat town of Arcachon, a two month sojourn of vineyards and wine cellars in Bordeaux, the historically rich Touraine, and several ancient castles including the Château de Chenonceau and the village of the same name, the Château de Blois, and Château de Chambord. May 3rd 1880 she has returned to Paris, and on the 8th has landed at Southampton. The remaining pages are a daily diary of her life in England dispersed with memories of Australia and of course, her late and beloved Walter. Excerpts from the journal: Yemen and Egypt: Monday 24th Feb. 1879. "About 2 PM we saw a large island on the East named Abdel Kuri [Abd al Kuri, Yemen] has 60 Arabs..." Tuesday 25th February 1879. "We passed the isle of Socotra & Cape Guardafui... The Captain says the inhabitants are cannibals & live chiefly from wreckage..." Wednesday 26th Feb. "We arrived at Aden Rock... numerous canoes with one brown boy & one paddle each, came round the ship... They only wore a piece of coarse cotton around their loins but some funny police had the serge knickerbocker suits, bare feet & legs, & a yellow cap on a shaven head, & pointed staves in the hand... some Parsee merchants dressed in white linen... They had to be chased off the ship... Several parties went on shore... some took carriages at 3s each person & drove across to Aden Town, consisting of a kind of square with a bazaar... a string of camels was met carrying wood..." Monday 3rd March 1879. "We are in the Gulf of Suez, & were opposite the Sinai Range at noon - I made an outline of it from my window... I had an invasion into my cabin, by a low passenger to my great astonishment. Certainly the people who make this voyage to Australia are of the lowest as a rule... had a long walk on deck with Captain Fitzstubbs..." Tuesday 4th March 1879. "We arrived in the harbour of the Suez during the night... flanked by a monster bridge at the mouth of the Canal... The health officer in uniform came followed by 6 Egyptians in white turbans and long gowns fastened with a scarf at the waist... The ship was soon a scene of selling and buying... Some ebony colored Nubians wore a different headdress, no women came on the ship but I saw a few in blue dresses with covered faces... after entering the canal we passed a caravan camp, a great many men & camels resting around... saw the train arriving from Cairo to Suez... we were fastened to 2 posts in the Canal ready for the night." Wednesday 5th March 1879. "It is a large lake 'Timsah' & has several nice houses one was built by the Khedive for the Empress Eugene when she opened the canal. Another is Lesseps' house & there is an empty hotel... a great number of quail - the Bedouins catch them by hundreds in nests... In the afternoon we passed Kantara [El-Qantara] ... got into an Egyptian boat & were landed in Egypt for 6s each...started off down the main street which consisted of sand, the whole town being built on it...shop keepers came out... There were several cafés open & an orchestra composed of young women (chiefly) playing violins, violoncellos & triangles... ... came to an Arab village... dilapidated dwellings... men with loose trousers to the knee... The Egyptian women only show their eyes & some have 3 rows of medallions down the veil... a long gown of white or blue linen... we went into a shop & got some more fez caps... We cleared out of the harbour about 11.30..." Monday 10th March 1879. "Found out we are drinking Port Said water. It is really Nile water which comes into the Sweet Water Canal between Cairo and Ismailia, then pumped... the people have to buy it from the great tank & we saw Arabs carrying it in pig skins on their backs..." Friday 21st March 1879. " SS Kent... finished my packing... Am told we are opposite Dover" Saturday 22nd March 1879. "My first day at home... Kathleen & I went to the abbey together & I enjoyed it..." Previously, in Australia: Tuesday 5th Nov. "Went to Reading... shopping for a hat, the first time since I came to the Colony [New South Wales]. Posted letters to W.15 Pall Mall & to George at Watsons [Bay?]." Friday 5th Nov. "While at C Lodge the P & O came in & brought Mr. Frisby such presents; some handsome tortoise shell long combs... silver ornaments..." Monday 18th. "A hard day's work, Vaucluse Bay & the Sea Bath, taking all the afternoon." [One of the first known swimming spots at Watsons Bay Baths was at Laing Point. Around 1888 two local men, Jack Graham and Reg Norton, carved out a pool from the rock and it was named the 'Bogie Hole'.] Tuesday 19th. "Melbourne servant being found reposing in the drawing-room and requested to withdraw..." Wednesday 27th. "Left Claremont for Campbelltown... driving thro' the Bush I saw a solitary placard attached to a tree advising folks to buy 'Hunts Baking Soda' I saw it in the wilds before." Tuesday 10th December. "Sitting out sketching malgré heat..." Wednesday 2nd January 1879. "A hot day, we drove into Bathurst & were baked... to take my passage for London from Sydney via Melbourne in the Steam Ship 'Kent' sent £30..." Saturday 4th Jan 1879. "Drove into Bathurst & met Mr. R. Barton... got to Orange hotel by dusk... This night last year I travelled by Rail from Sydney to Orange & Claude met me at 4 am." Monday 6th Jan 1879. "The Bartons slept in the round cottage, which has 2 rooms... a sort of sofa... a few colored prints of Bushranger incidents in Australia... very cozy quarters for surveyors & folks accustomed to camp out..." Tuesday 7th Jan. "Drove into Moloney...Mrs. G. gave me 3 parrots. I called on Mrs. Betts & found her in a muddle indescribable making a cake, she had 3 children to mind & no servant only an old Chinaman... I had at dinner, the most odd meal I have had in the Colony. I never sat at such a table nor in such a shed, a slab mat with paper peeling off, floor in holes, everything woeful... yet the two daughters and old lady are really gentle folks... Mr. Simpson a surveyor came to tea..." Wednesday 8th Jan. 1879. "Claude drove me to Orange R. Station in his [new?] coach... Had about 4 hours journey for the 40 miles on the train - plenty of Chinese travelled in the train & got much hastled by guards & porters... " Thursday 30th [aboard a steam ship called the 'City of Sydney' departing from Sydney Harbour]. "... A fearfully rough day...almost aground on one of many islands before rounding Watsons Point which is a hill or rock with a lighthouse on it & a very dangerous rock... A curious cavernous rock nearer Melbourne seems the house of thousands of huge white & green coloured birds. We anchored at Melbourne Pier about 1- P.M." Friday 14th Feb. 1879 [board a SS Kent for passage to England]. "I dined at the Captain's end of the table... I have found my right place at last. The Captain knows Captain Mackenzie of the Malabar, when he landed in Melbourne in Dec. 1875 the Kent was in the Harbour..." Subsequent Tour of France: Friday 27th September. "... Express train to Paris... racing about with the luggage... drove to Hotel St. James..." Wednesday 24th [December 1879, Paris]. "The pudding of course - great work & when ingredients were needing, nothing in the could be found large enough to mix it in. At last a bucket...The boiling pot was a difficulty... the mass was settled into a large earthen pot and started on a continuous boil of eleven hours... the French cook was at rest... It would not come out. The water was poured off & came all over my silk dress... this was the commencement of Xmas festivities. I shall not regret the end. We hurry the pudding to a rail over the Parisian store & left it for the night." Monday 18th [February 1880]. "Our old French cook said the stairs are getting too much for her & so as her month was up she would like to go away tonight. We are so glad!" Thursday 22nd [April 1880]. "Then we took a carriage & drive to the wine cellars - the largest in Bordeaux... led us through immense vaults full of barrels of wine, some men by candle light were pumping off wine from some stationery barrels into clean ones... the wine has to be clarified... Some bins had not been touched for many years... The wine merchant never does more than repair corks & for some valuable wines - strengthens them for voyages - it is a very expensive affair..." End Excerpts. . Very Good.

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        Woodburytype portrait.

      

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        The Decorative Arts. Their Relation to Modern Life and Progress.

      1878 - An Address delivered before the Trades' Guild of Learning. London, Ellis and White. 8vo, 32pp, original wrappers [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Utopia

      Robert Roberts, Boston, Lincolnshire 1878 - This is an interesting copy as it comes from the private collection of the the actor Paul Scofield who played Thomas More in the premier of the play at the Globe Theatre (now Gielgud Theatre) in 1960 and on Broadway in 1961 (where he won a Tony Award) and also went on to win an Oscar for his role in the 1966 film. 475 printed of which this is no 425. A lovely dramatic association copy. Exceptionally fine binding. Bound in full vellum extensive gold tooling, marbled end papers. Brick red polished beeswax to all edges. Some light fading at top edge. Pages bright and clean but pages 123 to 148 have slight creasing at top ranging in width from 5mm to 20mm by 1 -2mm depth along with some resultant foxing in area of creases. Bookplate on endpaper of Augustus Ralli. There is a personal letter inserted from Augustus Ralli's widow Mabel Ralli giving the book as a gift to Paul Scofield. Other books from Scofield's private collection are being sold through this bookseller. Other books from Paul Scofield's private collection are also on sale through this book seller. Further details and images are available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE MARYSVILLE APPEAL DIRECTORY OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA! FOR 1878, EMBRACING A COMPLETE DIRECTORY OF RESIDENTS IN THE COUNTIES OF BUTTE, COLUSA, NEVADA, PLACER, SUTTER, TEHAMA AND YUBA, INCLUDING THE CITIES AND TOWNS, WITH HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL SKETCH OF EACH...

      Marysville, Ca.: Lockwood & Dawson, 1878. [4],426pp. plus two leaves of chromolithographic advertisements. Original leather-backed and printed boards, spine elaborately lettered in gilt. Spine slightly chipped, primarily at head and foot. Light wear and soiling to boards. Contemporary ink notations on endleaves and several leaves of text. Lower corner of pp.7-8 torn, affecting a few words of text. Internally clean. Very good. "Multicounty directory [with] general directories, town- by-town of Butte, Colusa, Nevada, Placer, Sutter, Tehama and Yuba counties; business directory of Sacramento, descriptions of the cites and towns. First general directories of Butte and Tehama counties, preceded only by G. Owens' A GENERAL DIRECTORY AND BUSINESS GUIDE OF THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS IN THE UPPER COUNTRY...and Henry G. Langley's PACIFIC COAST BUSINESS DIRECTORY for 1867, 1871- 73 and 1876-78. First general directory of Yuba County, preceded by Amy's Marysville and Yuba County business directory of 1858....Extremely rare. This directory was L.M. McKenney's attempt to link seven north central California counties, all rural, most agricultural, some mountainous - from Butte and Tehama in the north to Placer in the south. Their population together, two years after its publication, in 1880, was approximately 92,500 according to the U.S. Census" - Quebedeaux, locating six copies, two of which are in private collections. This volume has the contemporary ink ownership inscription of P.J. Flannery of Marysville on the contents page and rear pastedown, and a few other of his ink markings. Flannery is listed on pages 32 and 66 as a shoe seller who apparently lived above his shop. Rare and in handsome contemporary condition, full of useful information on the area. ROCQ 1293. QUEBEDEAUX 133.

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        The Analytical Theory of Heat. Translated, with Notes, by Alexander Freeman.

      Cambridge: University Press, 1878. - First Edition in English (1st French ed., 1822). xxiii, 466 pp; ads. Original cloth. Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Return of the Native

      London: Smith, Elder, 1878, 1878. First edition; Purdy's first issue binding; Sadleir's second. Purdy, pages 24-27; Sadleir 1113; NCBEL III, 981. Cloth a little worn and soiled; some light foxing, particularly on the prelims; very good copy.. 3 vols, 8vo, original decorated brown cloth, gilt lettering. Frontispiece. Faint evidence of lending library labels on the upper boards of each volume. Bookplate of American collector Kenyon Starling on the front paste-downs, below which is the earlier bookplate of illustrator and connoisseur Pickford Waller, designed by Austin Osman Spare (circa 1907).

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        Ravenna. Recited in The Theatre, Oxford, June 26, 1878

      Oxford: Thomas Shrimpton, 1878. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Wilde's first work in book form in very collectable condition: tight and clean, with no loose pages, not showing any fading, pen-marks, inscriptions or stamps, just the lower edge of the slender backstrip ever so slightly rubbed or edge worn and a few very mild signs of handling to the upper-cover. Note: apart from the superior condition this copy is also the first issue of the first edition, thus the original grey-green printed wrappers and title-page both bear the Oxford crest. A very decent copy indeed, no wrinkling, chips or creases, and so one of the best of its kind available. Comes with a custom made wrapper protector and slipcase. Mason 301.

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        Ocherki Tseilona i Indii Iz Putevikh Zametok RusskogoandnbspRusskogo Essays on Ceylon and India From the Travel Notes of a Russian

      

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        Diving for Gold in the Ancobra River

      

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        Nuevo Cocinero Americano en forma de diccionario que contiene todos los procedimientos empleados en la alta, mediana y pequeña cocina... Encontrándose en él todos los artículos importantes de las obras de esta clase que se han publicado en castellano, y otros nuevos, relativos tanto á la cocina mexicana, como a la francesa, tomados estos últimos del cocinero real

      Paris/Mexico: Libreria de Ch. Bouret, 1878. Thick octavo, 966, V pages. 5 plates. Frontispiece and illustrated title. Later printing. The was first issued in 1845 under the title Diccionario de Cocina. In these later edition, the book invokes a umber of French chefs including Beauvilliers, Careme, and Burnet. In original blind and gilt-stamped black morocco. All edges marbled. Small chip to head of spine, hinges a bit shaken. Otherwise near very good. [OCLC locates no copies of this printing, and seven of all others combined, only two in the US (Huntington & UCSD; not in Bitting, Cagle, or Vicaire].

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