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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1879 - 1879 Wisden Rebind without Covers or Ads - 16th Edition

      1879. Hi, This lot is an 1879 Original Wisden , Rebound without the original covers or the couple of adverts at the rear. The binding is beautiful and the book inside is very clean and well presented, 16th Edition! . Buy-it-now. More Photos on request.

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        Lettre autographe signée (10 septembre 1942)

      - GIRAUD Henri (1879-1949). Général français. Président du Comité Français de Libération nationale, grand rival du général de Gaulle pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Lettre autographe signée, 10 septembre 1942, au général Clément-Grandcourt, 2 pages in-8. « Ce dont je suis sûr, c’est que l’Allemagne ne peut plus gagner la guerre » « Mon Général, je ne saurai vous dire combien j’ai été touché par votre lettre. J’ajoute qu’elle ne m’étonne nullement d’un homme tel que vous. Je vous en remercie très vivement. Jusqu’à présent, je n’ai pas envisagé pareille hypothèse, mais il est certain qu’elle peut se présenter, et, dans ce cas, j’accepte d’enthousiasme votre offre ( ) Ce dont je suis sûr, c’est que l’Allemagne ne peut plus gagner la guerre, et qu’il faut que la France tienne le coup jusqu’à l’échéance inéluctable où elle aura à se décider. Cette heure-là sonnera à partir de 1943, je ne sais pas exactement à quelle date. Le prochain hiver nous apportera quelques lumières à ce sujet. À ce moment-là, tous ceux pensant français auront leur mot à dire et leur rôle à jouer : vous êtes de ceux-là ( ) H. Giraud ». Cette lettre est écrite très peu de temps avant que Henri Giraud quitte la France pour l’Afrique du Nord (7 novembre 1942). Après avoir écarté de Gaulle (conséquence de son échec à la bataille de Dakar en septembre 1940), les forces alliées s’était rapprochées de Giraud afin de fédérer les forces militaires françaises libres. Giraud répondit favorablement aux messages de Roosevelt qui l’invitait à participer à la libération de la France. Malgré son absence lors de l’Opération Torch, Giraud gagna Alger. Il participera à la conférence de Casablanca en 1943 et co-présidera avec de Gaulle le Comité Français de la Libération Nationale avant de s’effacer devant ce dernier qui bénéficiait de meilleurs appuis politiques au sein de la Résistance.

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        HISTORY OF SOLANO COUNTY.ALSO A FULL AND PARTICULAR BIOGRAPHY OF ITS EARLY SETTLERS AND PRINCIPAL INHABITANTS.

      San Francisco: Wood, Allen & Co., 1879. - 503pp., plus twenty full-page lithographic portraits. Quarto. Half calf and marbled boards. Stain along inner margin of one portrait (not affecting image), else very clean and neat internally. Very good. A scarce and informative early California county history. The text begins with an extensive history and description of Solano County (located at the north end of San Francisco Bay), including a discussion of its early settlement, natural resources, politics, and civic structure. One chapter is devoted to murders and other trials, and another focuses on Mexican land grants. Several individual towns are profiled, including Benicia, Vallejo, Suisun, and Vacaville, as well as a number of smaller communities. Nearly two hundred pages are devoted to biographical sketches of prominent citizens, twenty of whom are illustrated with portraits. HOWES M897, "b." ROCQ 14603. COWAN, p.597. NORRIS CATALOGUE 3649.

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        HISTORY OF SOLANO COUNTY ALSO A FULL AND PARTICULAR BIOGRAPHY OF ITS EARLY SETTLERS AND PRINCIPAL INHABITANTS

      San Francisco, 1879. Quarto. Half calf and marbled boards. Stain along inner margin of one portrait (not affecting image), else very clean and neat internally. Very good. A scarce and informative early California county history. The text begins with an extensive history and description of Solano County (located at the north end of San Francisco Bay), including a discussion of its early settlement, natural resources, politics, and civic structure. One chapter is devoted to murders and other trials, and another focuses on Mexican land grants. Several individual towns are profiled, including Benicia, Vallejo, Suisun, and Vacaville, as well as a number of smaller communities. Nearly two hundred pages are devoted to biographical sketches of prominent citizens, twenty of whom are illustrated with portraits.

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        The Scientific Papers of Sir Charles Wheatstone

      Taylor and Francis, 1879. Hardcover. Good/No Dustjacket. 1879. 380 pages. No dust jacket. Green cloth with gilt lettering. Hinge cracked with noticeable foxing, tanning and handling marks. Dedication to previous owner inserted at front endpaper with intermittent dog-eared corners. Contains B&W illustrations and pull-outs. Noticeable rubbing and scuffing along spine. Noticeable bumping, rubbing and scuffing to spine ends and to corners with noticeable rubbing, scuffing and wear along edges and over surfaces.

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        HISTORIA GENERAL DE ESPAÑA. DESDE TIEMPOS PRIMITIVOS HASTA MUERTE DE FERNANDE VII. MODESTO LAFUENTE.

      MONTANER Y SIMÓN - BARCELONA 1879 - HISTORIAL GENERAL DE ESPAÑA. Desde los tiempos privitivos hasta la muerte de Fernando VII. Por DON MODESTO LAFUENTE. Continuada desde dicha época hasta nuestros días por Don Juan Valera, de la Real Academia Española. . La obra se compone de los TOMOS 1, TOMO 2 Y TOMO 3. . BARCELONA 1879. . EDITADA POR MONTANER Y SIMON EDITORES. . Los 3 tomos estan en estado optimo de conservación. No presentan golpes ni rozaduras aparaentes. LIBRO [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire d'Ottar Jarl, pirate norvégien, conquérant du Pays de Bray, en Normandie et de sa descendance.

      Paris, Didier et Cie, 1879. - In-8 de 450 pages. Edition originale. Rousseurs éparses. Beau demi-maroquin rouge à coins à la bradel postérieur, tête dorée, couvertures vertes et dos conservées. Très bel état. Cette saga historique très documentée commence au IXe siècle pour se terminer au début du XIXe. Elle retrace l'histoire d'une famille, ses qualités, les défauts inhérents à son sang. A partir de recherches historiques, l'auteur évoque le pirate conquérant du Pays de Bray au IXe, la sédentarisation des vikings, la vie sociale du Moyen-Age, la famille de Gournay, la vie provinciale jusqu'au XVIIIe siècle. Le comte de Gobineau est lui même descendant de cette lignée norvégienne. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Works of Lord Macaulay Complete

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co.,, 1879. Edited by his Sister Lady Trevelyan. 8 volumes, octavo (220 x 145 mm). Contemporary tan full calf, twin red and tan morocco labels, narrow bands with dotted roll, compartments richly gilt with urn centre-tool, double fillet border with floral cornerpieces gilt to boards, gilt turn-ins, all edges and endpapers marbled. Volume 1 with steel-engraved portrait frontispiece. Spines lightly darkened, front board of Volume 8 partially sunned and slightly scuffed. An excellent set. First edition. An attractively bound set.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        La Renaissance en France. Dessins et gravures sous la direction de Eugène Sadoux. I - III.

      Paris: Quantin 1879 - 1885. Rote Halbledereinbände d. Zt. m. schwarzem Rückenschild. Groß-Folio 44 x 32,5 cm, I) 3 Bll., 234 S., II) 3 Bll., 324 S., 2 Bll; III) 2 Bll., 316 S., 3 Bände, Band 1): Flandre, Artois, Picardie, Ile-de-France (Aisne et Seine-et-Marne).mit 19 ganzseitigen Radierungen, davon 2 doppelblattgroß, sowie im Text 60 Radierungen und 9 Holzstiche - Band 2) Île-de-France (Seine-et-Oise), Paris, Normandie mit 25 gansseitigen radierten Tafeln, davon 2 doppelblattgroß, sowie 56 radierte Textillustrationen und 22 Holzstiche. - Band 3) Bretagne, Maine, Anjou, Poitou, Angoumois, Aunis et Saintonge, mit 22 radierten Tafeln, sowie 46 radierten Textillustrationen und 55 Holzstichillustrationen. - Vollständiges Exemplar. - Einbandecken u. -kanten berieben. Am Rücken von Band 3 eine ca. 1 x 1 cm große Fehlstelle. Insgesamt noch ein sehr gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Frankreich

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gallus]
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        Transactions of the Zoological Society of London: Volume 10, Part 1, 1879

      London: The Zoological Society of London, 1879. Hardcover. No jacket. Ex-university library. From Birbeck College, London and Museum of Science and Art, Edinburgh. Contains parts one to five of volume ten, 1877 to 1878, in library binding. Contains black & white and colour illustrations. Boards and spine are marked and scored. Leading corners, edges and spine ends are bumped and worn. Page block and pages are tanned, marked and creased. Taped tears on several pages. Embossed and ink stamps on early pages and reverse sides of illustration plates. Pen on title page. Label on BEP. Contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound. HCW. hardcover. Acceptable/No Dust Jacket. Ex-Library.

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        Transactions of the Zoological Society of London: Volume 10, Part 2, 1879

      London: The Zoological Society of London, 1879. Hardcover. No jacket. Ex-university library. From Birbeck College, London and Museum of Science and Art, Edinburgh. Contains parts six to thirteen of volume ten, 1878 to 1879, in library binding. Contains black & white and colour illustrations. Boards and spine are marked and scored. Leading corners, edges and spine ends are bumped and worn. Page block and pages are tanned, marked and creased. Embossed and ink stamps on early pages and reverse sides of illustration plates. Label on BEP. Contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound. HCW. hardcover. Acceptable/No Dust Jacket. Ex-Library.

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        Bilderbuch für kleine Mädchen, welche gern mit Puppen spielen.

      Stuttgart, J. Hoffmann (1879). - Titel und 12 chromolithographische Tafeln. OHLwd. mit chromolithogr. Vorderdeckelillustration von Carl Offterdinger. 18,5 x 24,5 cm. GV 16, 106; nicht in den einschlägigen Kinderbuch-Bibliographien. - Zu Carl Offterdingen siehe LKJ II, 605. - Die hübschen Tafeln zeigen kleine Mädchen beim Spiel mit Puppen, die sie auf eine "Spazierfahrt" mitnehmen, mit ihnen "Mittagessen", sie "Waschen" und auch "Schlafenlegen". Die vorletzte Tafel zeigt ein Missgeschick mit 2 Kindern und der Puppe auf einer Treppe: "O weh! o weh! was ist passirt? Das arme Püpplein ist blessirt! Da liegt es traurig auf dem Rücken, Sein schöner Kopf ist ganz in Stücken." Die letzte Tafel tröstet: Der "studierte" Puppendoktor gibt die geheilte Puppe den glücklichen Mädchen zurück. - Gering bestoßen, minimal fleckig. Insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar! Bitte um Beachtung: Bis zum 31.01. stellen wir auf der Stuttgarter Antiquariatsmesse aus; der Versand verzögert sich somit bis zum 01.02.2016! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        La loi périodique des éléments chimiques

      1879 - (2), 691 à 738 pp., 889 à 908 Paris, Quesneville, 1879, in-8, (2), 691 à 738 pp, 889 à 908 pp, demi-maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque), Première édition de la traduction française de ce texte capital dans l'histoire des sciences, extraite du "Moniteur scientifique, journal des sciences pures et appliquées", tome XXI de la collection, année 1879, troisième série, Tome IX. On trouve en tête une très importante lettre de Mendeleïev à Quesneville, en édition originale ; Mendeleïev analyse sa théorie à la lumière des recherches les plus récentes. Il y écrit notamment : "La loi périodique a donné la première possibilité de prédire non-seulement l'existence d'éléments encore inconnus, mais aussi de déterminer les propriétés chimiques et physiques des corps simples encore à découvrir et celles de leurs combinaisons." A la suite a été relié : "La loi périodique des éléments chimiques. Communication faite à la société chimique britannique dans sa séance du 4 juin 1889, consacrée à la mémoire de Faraday". La découverte en 1869, par le chimiste russe Dimitri Mendeleïev, de la loi périodique des éléments chimiques est une avancée majeure dans l'histoire de la classification de ces éléments selon la corrélation de leur masse atomique et de leurs propriétés. Ce texte qui était un mémoire réalisé pour la chaire de chimie de l'université de Saint-Pétersbourg fut traduit du russe en allemand dès 1871. La première traduction en français fut publiée en 1879 dans cette édition du Moniteur scientifique. Bel état. DSB p.293. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der grüne Heinrich. Neue Ausgabe in vier Bänden. 4 Bände in 2 Büchern. Roman.

      Stuttgart, G.J. Göschen'sche Verlagshandlung, Band 1-3 = 1879, Band 4 = 1880. - 305, 287, 376, 396 Seiten., Erstausgabe der zweiten Fassung, WG(2) 830/32. Der Einband ist leicht berieben, innen vereinzelt etwas fleckig, sonst schönes Exemplar mit Lesebändchen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1600 8°. goldgeprägtes Halbleder der Zeit mit Lederecken und marmoriertem Schnitt auf 5 falschen Bünden., [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La meteorologia endogena. Tomo I (-II)

      Dumolard 1879-82, Milano - 2 voll. in 8, pp. 359 con 5 tavv. f.t. in litografia; XII + 437 con 24 incisioni n.t. e 5 tavv. f.r. ripiegate inc. in litografia. Due legature difforme, entrambe editoriali, il primo volume e' in piena tela con impressioni a secco ai piatti e scritte oro; il secondo volume e' in brossura editoriale. Edizione originale, completa delle tavole, di quest'opera di De Rossi, importante pioniere degli studi diÂsismologia, che qui analizza i fenomeni endogeni e sismici, preferendo l'espressione 'meteorologia endogena' a quella piu' utilizzata di 'sismologia' anche se poi piu' tardi parlera' di geodinamica. De Rossi sintetizza in quest'opera il suo pensiero ma anche quello di altri scienziati come Bertelli e Monte. ITA

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        Parliament Square, Ottawa. Ont.

      Rolph, Smith & Co., Toronto 1879 - Toronto: Lithographed by Rolph, Smith & Co., 1879. Lithographed view ca. 37x65,5 cm (14 ½ x 26 in.). Original centre fold, with a couple of minor repaired tears of margin, otherwise a very good view. Large attractive lithographed view of the newly constructed Parliament Hill. "By 1876, the structures of Parliament Hill were finished, along with the surrounding fence and gates. However, the grounds had yet to be properly designed; Governor General the Marquess of Dufferin and Ava sent chief architect Thomas Scott to New York City to meet with Calvert Vaux and view Central Park. Vaux completed a layout for the landscape of Parliament Hill, including the present day driveways, terraces, and main lawn, while Scott created the more informal grounds to the sides of and behind the buildings" (Wikipedia). The present lithograph shows Parliament Hill shortly after the grounds design had been completed.

      [Bookseller: The Wayfarer's Bookshop, ABAC/ILAB/PBFA]
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        Napoléon le petit -

      Eugène Hugues 1879 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-4 225 pp. Reliure demi-maroquin rouge à coins. Dos à nerfs avec date au talon. Tête dorée. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée V. Champs. Petit accident sur un nerf. Édition illustrée de 35 compositions par Laurens, Bayard, Morin, Vierge, Lix, Chifflart, Garcia, Scott, Brun et Bellenger : Portrait de l?auteur en frontispice d?après Garcia, un titre-frontispice d?après Bayard (reproduit en couverture), 18 grandes compositions à pleine page, 10 compositions illustrant les chapitres, à pleine page, et des vignettes. Très bel état. EXEMPLAIRE DU TIRAGE DE LUXE A 50 EXEMPLAIRES, celui-ci un des 30 sur vélin, enrichi d?un portrait de Victor Hugo par Burney, sur Chine monté en frontispice. Couvertures doublées. Chiffre « E.C.L. » en lettres dorées, frappé sur le premier contreplat, non identifié. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NINE EARLY SESSION LAWS FROM IDAHO TERRITORY, 1864 - 1879].

      Lewiston and Boise City. 1864-1879. - Nine volumes bound in eight, publication details and pagination in the listing below. 20th-century buckram, gilt leather labels. Minor shelf wear, one label chipped. Small ink library stamp on titlepages, most with embossed blindstamp to titlepage and some other leaves, some titlepages and a few other leaves with ink ownership inscriptions. Otherwise, mostly clean texts. A nice set in good plus condition. A fantastic run of the first session laws for the Idaho Territory (which then included Montana, so this ostensibly counts as the first laws of that territory). All of these volumes are rare in commerce, including the crucial first volume, which includes the Organic Act. But for the eighth session, this is a complete run of Idaho territorial laws from the first session through the tenth, providing the legal foundation for the territory that would become the forty-third state of the Union on July 3, 1890. The volumes included here are as follows: 1) LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO, FIRST SESSION. Lewiston: James A. Glascock, 1864. 686,xxxiii pp. Duplicate of the fourth signature present. AII (IDAHO) 16. 2) LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO, SECOND SESSION. Boise City: Frank Kenyon, 1866. [iii]-viii,[2],516pp. AII (IDAHO) 32. 3) LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO, THIRD SESSION. Boise City: Frank Kenyon, 1866. xiii,329pp. AII (IDAHO) 33. 4) LAWS, MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS, PASSED BY THE FOURTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO. Boise City: Idaho Statesman Publishing Company, 1867. xiii,[15]- 270pp. AII (IDAHO) 39. 5) LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE FIFTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO. Boise City: James S. Reynolds, 1869. [4],[15]-183pp. AII (IDAHO) 52. 6) LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE SIXTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO. Boise City: James S. Reynolds, 1871. 106pp. AII (IDAHO) 62. 7) LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE SEVENTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO. Boise City: Milton Kelly, 1873. 104pp. Original printed wrappers bound in. AII (IDAHO) 73. 8) LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO, NINTH SESSION. Boise City: Milton Kelly, 1877. [4],144pp. Original printed wrappers bound in. AII (IDAHO) 93. 9) LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF IDAHO TENTH SESSION. Boise City: D. Bacon, 1879. 92pp. Original printed wrappers bound in. Bound with the the ninth session laws. AII (IDAHO) 105. AII (IDAHO) 16, 32, 33, 39, 52, 62, 73, 93, 105. SABIN 34166.

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        [COLLECTION OF MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENTS RELATING TO AMERICAN EFFORTS TO REDUCE NATIONAL DEBT INCURRED DURING THE CIVIL WAR THROUGH SELLING BONDS VIA THE ROTHSCHILD BANK]

      Washington & London, 1879. Light soiling, but overall very neat, clean, and readable. Near fine. An interesting group of letters to Charles Conant, the American Treasury Department official in London charged with overseeing the sale of American bonds in the European financial markets, thereby reducing the debt incurred during the Civil War. The national debt skyrocketed during the Civil War and Reconstruction, from about $78 million in 1861 to $2.5 billion in 1871. To alleviate some of the debt the Treasury Department decided to actively sell American bonds in Europe, using the assistance of the Rothschild Bank in London and several prominent New York bankers (including J.P. Morgan), referred to in these letters as "The Syndicate." The centerpiece of this small collection is a group of four manuscript letters (the text written in a secretarial hand) signed by U.S. Treasury Secretary John Sherman to Charles Conant, his agent in London for "refunding the National Debt." Conant (1835-86) was appointed to the Treasury Department in 1865 and rose through the civil service ranks. Beginning in 1870 he was chief of the warrants division, and responsible for completing the monthly debt statement of the United States, and by 1874 he was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. In 1877, Treasury Secretary John Sherman named Conant the department's funding agent, and placed him in charge of the financial transactions of the government in London in relation to refunding the national debt. Conant spent more than two years in London, overseeing the sale of U.S. bonds in the European financial market, working closely with the Rothschild Bank (one of the envelopes is addressed to Conant c/o N.M. Rothschild & Son). In these letters Sherman writes Conant regarding several aspects of his work. In the earliest letter, dated Feb. 12, 1878, Sherman informs Conant: "...the relation of the Syndicate, as an association, will terminate with this Department in accordance with a personal understanding had after the contract was annulled. If no bonds shall be sold in Europe, of course I shall not be justified in incurring any expense there on account of the Loan, and it will be well for you to make provision for closing your business, unless you are cognizant of some plan or arrangement for continuing the business of funding abroad, of which, I am not advised." Apparently the Treasury Department's agreement with The Syndicate was renewed, as the next letter from Sherman, dated a year later, on Feb. 15, 1879, describes a vigorous selling operation: "The rapid sales of bonds in this country tend to make me solicitous to promote sales in Europe to avoid anything like a drain of coin here in April, May and June. I therefore thought it best to allow the Syndicate to deposit with you any called bonds as collateral, but payment for the four per cent must in every case be made within the ninety days the interest to be adjusted here. Please say to the Messrs. Rothschild that it is desirable to have all called bonds as soon as received by them, and they will be credited with interest to the maturity of the call." A letter from Sherman to Conant of Feb. 28, 1879 describes some of the nuts and bolts of their dealings. Sherman writes (in part): "I transmit to you to-day...ten million dollars ($10,000,000)...for delivery to the contracting parties as required and paid for by them. The bonds are contained in four (4) iron safes, which are addressed to the Hon. John Welch, U.S. Minister London." The final letter from Sherman is dated April 21, 1879, and he informs Conant that a large number of bonds belonging to the Manhattan Savings Institution have been stolen, and instructs Conant of the specific bonds that he should decline to receive, totaling some $42,000. The final three letters to Conant are of a more less official nature and are from a variety of correspondents, including one from John Biddulph Martin, who would later marry the famed feminist, Victoria Woodhull. Martin asks Conant if he can give him "the totals of the U.S. interest-bearing debt from 1860-78, which I do not find in any work which I have consulted, but which you may be able to refer to readily." An interesting group of letters shedding light on a little-known aspect of post-Civil War American debt financing.

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        Eucalyptographia. A descriptive Atlas of the Eucalypts of Australia and the adjoining islands. First [to] seventh decade. (7 Teile von 10).

      Melbourne / London, John Ferres, George Robinson / Trübner, / 1880 1879 - 4°, 6 S. Einleitung u. 77 lithogr. Taf. m. ca. 80 Textbl., Priv.-HLdr., Bibliotheksbd.: Schildchenspur am Fuss u. auf V.deckel, Stempel a. Vs. u. Titelblatt recto u. verso; Kapitale u. Rückenkanten beschabt, Kanten berieben, 2 Tafeln im Bund geschnitten u. m. Transparent-Klebband wieder montiert, 1 Textbl. lose; innen sonst tadelloses, frisches Ex. EA. Standardwerk zu den Eukalyptus-Gewächsen des Baron von Müller (1825 - 1896). 2200 gr. Schlagworte: Biologie - Botanik [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Karte des Rhein-Stroms im Koenigreich Preussen von Mainz bis unterhalb Bimmen in 19 Sectionen. Hg. von dem Königlich Preussischen Ministerium für Handel, Gewerbe und öffentliche Arbeiten nach dem Zustande des Stroms im Jahre 1872. Innentitel abweichend: Karte ueber den Lauf des Rheinstroms im Königreich Preussen von Mainz bis unterhalb Bimmen im Maasstabe von 1/20 000 der natürlichen Grösse. Nach dem Zustande des Stromes in dem Jahre 1872. Auf dem Titelbild der Uebersichts Plan der 19 Sectionen nach dem Maasstabe 1/300 000 der natürlichen Größe. Cplt. in 19 farbigen lithographierten Karten und dem Titelblatt.

      Berlin: Druck durch die Lithographische Anstalt von Leopold Kraatz 1879 - 20 Blatt. Orig. Lieferungsumschlag (Achtung die Ausgabe wurde offenbar recht lange gerollt gelagert und dadurch sind die Blätter sämtlich gerollt, der Versand wird daher ebenfalls gerollt erfolgen, am rechten Rand der Karten Randläsuren und je ein ca. 21 cm langer, in das Kartenbild reichender zwar mit braunem Papier, aber sauber und ordentlich alt unterlegter Einriß, der rechte weiße Rand der Karten mit einer Feuchtigkeitsspur (leicht gewellt), das Titelblatt am rechten Rand mit mehreren Einrißen, sonst gute und saubere, im Druckbereich fleckenfreie Blätter). Quer-Imp.-2° (Blattgröße ca. 59,5 x 95 cm). Vollständig recht seltene äußerst großformatige Darstellung des preussischen Teils des Rheinlaufs. Übersicht über die Sektionen: 1: Mainz 2: Bingen 3: Bacharach 4: St. Goar 5: Boppard 6: Coblenz 7: Andernach 8: Linz 9: Bonn 10: Wesseling 11: Cöln 12: Hittorf 13: Benrath 14: Düsseldorf 15: Ruhrort 16: Orsoy 17: Wesel 18: Rees 19: Emmerich. - Zwei weitere Bilder finden Sie auf meiner eigenen Homepage oder auf Anfrage. 18000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Transactions of the Zoological Society of London: Volume 10, Part 2, 1879

      The Zoological Society of London 1879 Hardcover. No jacket. Ex - university library. From Birbeck College, London and Museum of Science and Art, Edinburgh. Contains parts six to thirteen of volume ten, 1878 to 1879, in library binding. Contains black & white and colour illustrations. Boards and spine are marked and scored. Leading corners, edges and spine ends are bumped and worn. Page block and pages are tanned, marked and creased. Embossed and ink stamps on early pages and reverse sides of illustration plates. Label on BEP. Contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound. HCW Ex - Library

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        Transactions of the Zoological Society of London: Volume 10, Part 1, 1879

      The Zoological Society of London 1879 Hardcover. No jacket. Ex - university library. From Birbeck College, London and Museum of Science and Art, Edinburgh. Contains parts one to five of volume ten, 1877 to 1878, in library binding. Contains black & white and colour illustrations. Boards and spine are marked and scored. Leading corners, edges and spine ends are bumped and worn. Page block and pages are tanned, marked and creased. Taped tears on several pages. Embossed and ink stamps on early pages and reverse sides of illustration plates. Pen on title page. Label on BEP. Contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound. HCW Ex - Library

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        Das Königreich Bayern. Seine Denkwürdigkeiten und Schönheiten.

      München : Franz 1879 (-1881 (ca.)) - Mit 241 Ansichten auf 228 Stahlstichtafeln und Abbildungen im Text. Geprägte Leineneinbände, marmorierter Schnitt. Einbände berieben und an den Ecken bestoßen. Bindung dieser schweren Bände fest. Tafeln komplett, diese selten randgebräunt. VII, XLVIII, 116, 52, 68 S.; VII, 92, 108, 63 Seiten Deutsch 5000g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Las Hadas del Mar. Cuentos de Mágia. Tomo I and II (Volume I and II).

      Barcelona. Celestino Verdaguer. 1879. TWO VOLUMES. 61 chromolithographic plates with tissue guards, all edges gilt, 480pp 478pp, index at rear of each volume, 11 1/4 x 8 inches, decorative embossed red cloth covered boards with decorative gilt spine (hardbound). Covers lightly soiled; some tissue guards badly torn, tissue adhering to some plates, foxing to first and last few pages of each volume and sporadically through the text, scattered foxing to plates (mainly outside image area of the plates) but the plates are rich and bright. Still overall in very good condition. Stories of sea fairies and tales of magic written by José Feliu y Codina with beautiful and richly colored chromolithographic illustrations by Mr. J. Simon. Feliú y Codina was a playwright known for naturalistic regional dramas as well as for authoring opera librettos. His early works were in Catalan but his reputation was made with dramas and other literary works written in Spanish. Text in Spanish. REDUCED FROM $1250.

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        Descriptions of New Indian Lepidopterous Insects from the collection of the late Mr.

      W.S. Atkinson. Rhopalocera by Hewitson (&) Heterocera by Moore. With an introduction by A. Grote. Calcutta, Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1879-1888. 3 parts (bound in2). Large-4to. pp. xi, (1), 299, (1), with 8 lithographed plates. Recent cloth and contemporary half cloth. Nissen ZBI, 2878. Scarce publication, of which the larger part treats the Rhopalocera.

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        La chaleur solaire et ses applications industrielles

      1879 - de VI, 294 pages et 2 Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1879, in-8, de VI, 294 pages et 2 planches repliées, demi-chagrin cerise à coins de l'époque, dos à nerfs, Seconde édition, augmentée par l'auteur, et pour la première fois illustrée de deux planches finales qui représentent le Grand générateur solaire industriel exposé lors de l'Exposition Universelle de 1878 dans le Parc du Trocadéro. La première planche en est la description technique, la seconde une mise en scène avec passants et visiteurs du temps. Mouchot fut le premier à s'intéresser de manière systématique à l'utilisation et à l'exploitation industrielle et humaine de l'énergie solaire. Bon exemplaire, Tampon de l’Institut catholique de Paris annulé. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Trachten, Kunstwerke und Gerathschaften vom Fruhen Mittelalter bis Ende des Achtzehnten Jahrhunderts nach Gleichzeitigen Originalen.

      Heinrich Keller, Frankfurt am Main, 1879 - Small 4to. 340 x 26cm. 10 vols. 38, (ii), 36, (iii), 38, (ii), 31, (iii), 28, (ii), 25, (ii), 27, (iii), 25, (iii), 27, (iii), 30, (iv)pp. 720 chromolithographed plates. Bound in half leather, marbled boards, slightly worn. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MAP OF PART OF THE UNITED STATES NORTH OF THE 37TH PARALLEL EMBRACING THE COUNTRY BETWEEN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN AND THE 96TH MERIDIAN OF LONGITUDE

      New York, 1879. Bound into original brown cloth boards, stamped in blind and gilt. Slight wear at spine ends. Very good. Not in Rumsey.

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        Celebrated Dogs of America

      S.E. Cassino, [Boston 1879 - (14 x 19 inches). 20 mounted chromolithographed plates, each accompanied by a leaf of explanatory text. Publisher's prospectus on green paper bound in. Without letterpress title as issued. Expertly bound to style in half dark brown morocco over original cloth covered boards, upper cover lettered in gilt. Housed in a dark brown morocco backed box. Provenance: Mrs. George W. Stevens (name in gilt on upper cover) Very rare American work on dogs, with chromolithographed images after Alexander Pope, Jr. Only two copies listed as having sold at auction in the past thirty-five years - the last copy in 1987. "The style of the present work is entirely original . The pictures are painted from life by Alex. Pope, Jr., whose Upland Game Birds and Water Fowl of the United States, and wood carvings of Game Birds, have made him familiar to the sportsmen art lovers of this country . The Celebrated Dogs of America will be issued monthly, in parts composed of two plates, 16 1/2 by 20, and accompanying letter-press. The series will be completed in ten parts, at $2 per part. The plates will be exact reproductions of the water-color paintings, and will be superior to anything heretofore produced of this nature . The work will be sold only by subscription." (prospectus). Bennett p.90; McGrath, p. 212; H.M. Chapin The Peter Chapin Collection of Books on Dogs (Williamsburg, Virginia: 1938) 1426. 10 parts in one [complete], oblong folio [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        CHAPMAN'S SECTIONAL MAP OF WISCONSIN

      Milwaukee, 1879. Backed with modern linen, trimmed in maroon cloth, and on contemporary rollers. Three small age spots in western part of state, faint streaking in margin areas. A lovely map, brightly colored, in very good condition. An attractive and boldly colored wall map of Wisconsin. The counties are each delineated and individually colored, though the northernmost part of the state is still made up of a few very large regions, and does not exactly resemble the current configuration of counties. Several Indian reservations are shown, including those of the Menominee and Oneida, and the many railroad lines in the state are identified. Silas Chapman produced several maps of the Midwest from the 1850s through the 1870s, including pocket and wall maps of Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. This map is not in Rumsey; Phillips' MAPS; CHECKLIST OF PRINTED MAPS OF THE MIDDLE WEST TO 1900: WISCONSIN; nor on OCLC. Rare.

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        Evolution, old and new; or, the theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck as compared with that of Mr. Charles Darwin

      Hardwicke & Bogue, London 1879 - "First edition, 8vo, pp. xii, 384; orig. terracotta cloth stamped in gilt and black; very good, bright copy, with the bookplate of Eric Quayle. "The line of argument against the tyranny of natural selection was completed in Evolution, Old and New (1879), Unconscious Memory (1880), Luck or Cunning (1886), The Deadlock in Darwinism (Universal Review, 1890), and Notes, afterwards reprinted in the New Quarterly Review of 1910. These books and papers were a revolt against what Butler considered as a conspiracy of the Darwins to banish mind from the universe, and the scientific controversy was complicated by a grievance 'partly justified even now, wholly justified as far as Butler could possibly then have seen' against Charles Darwin's method of interpreting a private communication (see Festing Jones, Darwin and Butler: a Step towards Reconciliation, 1911). Butler brought to the subject in dispute tenacity, memory, and power of concentration, which enabled him to discover certain defects in the armour of natural selection. A Prague professor, Ewald Hering, had formulated a theory connecting heredity with memory a few years before. Butler knew nothing of this until his Life and Habit was on the eve of publication, but when he looked at Hering's lecture he found the kernel of Hering's theory was practically identical with his own. His object was to show that variation was due less to chance and environment, and more to cunning and effort, design, or memory 'whether conscious or unconscious' than Darwin had supposed. As a guiding principle, however, his views though highly suggestive have not proved of direct service, save as a stimulus to fresh hypotheses" (DNB)."

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        Nederlandsche Flora en Pomona, beschreven en uitgegeven door het Bestuur der Pomologische Vereeniging te Boskoop. Met platen naar de natuur geteekend door A.J. Wendel.

      Groningen, J.B. Wolters 1879. 2 volumes, IX/XII/235 pp. and 76 chromolithograped plates (of 81, there are missing the plates No. 3,4,8,18,22), Folio (ca. 32 x 25 cm), bound in illustrated original cloth, spines restored by bookbinder, bindings rubbed, bumped and stained, new preliminary pages, pages 27 and 45 with repared margin tears, most pages stained / finger-stained (partially stronger) and creased, some pages slightly foxed, plate 62 and text pages 185/186 mistakenly bound behind page 190, Versand D: 4,90 EUR A.J. Wendel / G. Severyns (Lithograph), Fruit, Fruits, Flowers, illustrated Flower Books, Pomology / Pomologie, Holland, Niederlande, The Netherlands, Obst, Früchte, Rosen, Äpfel, Chromolithographien, chromolithographierte Tafeln, Pflanzenbuch, Pflanzenbücher, Pflanzen,

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        The Fallen Leaves.

      London, Chatto and Windus. 1879 - First Edition. 3 volumes, crown octavo. Bound in full tan calf, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt inner dentelles, recently respined to style with burgundy and green title labels. Half titles to all 3 volumes. Internally clean and fresh. Slight paper damage to two leaves of volume II (not affecting text). Original cloth bound in at the rear. A highly attractive set in a strong binding. One of Wilkie Collins' later novels, more aimed at encouraging social change than entertainment. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Widmung mit U.

      Stuttgart, 18. VII. 1879. - 1 S. Qu.-8vo. "Schwäbischer Bauernspruch / Der Mensch sollte drei Dinge in seinem Leben zweimal thun können, dann würde er sie das Zweitemal besser machen: nämlich zweimal bauen, zweimal weiben, zweimal sterben [ ]". - Müller leitete seit 1843 die Redaktion des "Frankfurter Conversationsblatts", bis er 1848 zur Redaktion des "Mannheimer Journals" übertrat. Nach einem längeren Aufenthalt in Bremen seit 1854 wieder in Frankfurt/Main ansässig, übernahm Müller die Leitung der Romanzeitschrift "Deutsche Bibliothek" und beteiligte sich an der Gründung der Wochenschrift "Frankfurter Museum". Seit 1856 lebte er als freier Schriftsteller in Stuttgart.

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        Nina Balatka. The story of a maiden of Prague. Two volumes in one. (

      Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood & Sons. 1879 [1867] - FIRST EDITION.) Ad. preceding half title. 2 vols in 1 as issued in orig. brick-red publisher?s remainder cloth, spine lettered in gilt; at some point expertly recased, spine sl. dulled. Trollope Society Catalogue 28; Sadleir 25. Issued in 1879, utilising the unsold sheets from the original first edition print run. A new titlepage was printed for this secondary publication, and the prelims in vol. II removed. The spine lettering on this copy differs from Sadleir 25, with ?Wm. Blackwood & Sons / Edinburgh & London? at base of spine. Although this edition is in a rather plain remainder binding, the spine bears the initials ?J.L.? within a flourish device, and might possibly be the work of the binder John Leighton. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Waltham, Past and Present; and its Industries. With an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1738

      Thomas Lewis, Landscape Photographer, Cambridge 1879 - 152 pp. Illustrated with 55 albumen photographs on 31 pages of photographic paper. One of 900 copies. Thomas R. Lewis (1845-1901) was a regional landscape photographer, documenting many architectural landmarks in and around the Boston region including Concord, Lexington, Wellesley. Narragansett and Providence, Rhode Island, and more. A large collection of his work is in the NYPL. The images range from 2 ½ x 3 ½ to 4 x 6 inches with views of the city, important buildings, portraits of prominent men, and industrial plants including the White Swan Riverboat, the Boston Manufacturing Company's Cotton Mill, and of special interest, exterior and interior photographs of various watch factories which made the town of Waltham a household name. Only two at auction in the last quarter century, including a damaged institutional copy. Van Haaften: Original Sun Pictures: Checklist of the NYPL 384. Head and foot of spine expertly repaired else a near fine copy with a faintly sunned spine. Brown cloth with beveled edges, with gilt title [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Nouvelle Atala; ou, La Fille de l'Esprit: LÈgende Indienne par Chahta-Ima (De La Louisiane)

      Nouvelle OrlÈans: Imprimerie du Propagatetr [sic] Catholique, 1879 - Small 8vo, original printed blue wrappers, 139 pages. ? A novella in French by Adrien Emmanuel Rouquette (1813-1887) about an idealized Louisiana Indian maiden. At the conclusion is an unsigned review of the work by the young assistant editor of the New Orleans Item, Lafcadio Hearn - his first appearance in a book, preceding his first book (a translation of Gautier's Cleopatra's Nights) by three years. Rouquette was a poet and priest from New Orleans who spent much of his time living in the countryside with the Choctaw Indians (who named him "Chahta-Ima"), due in part to local disapproval of his iconoclastic and anti-slavery views. Hearn was taken with Rouquette and praises his novella in the review: "We have before us the advance pages of a romance which we do not hesitate to term the most idyllic work in the literature of Louisiana." See the DAB for Rouquette. Wrappers a little worn and creased; very good copy. BAL 7910; OCLC records four copies (BL, two in France and UC Berkeley) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Über Krystallinischen Hagel im unteren Kaukasus in seiner Beziehung zu der Physik des Bodens.

      Wien: Hölder 1879 - Gr.8°. Titel, III S., 1 Bl., 256 S., 1 Bl.: 5 farbig lithographierte Tafeln, 1 lithographierte Faltkarte nach einer Zeichnung des Verfassers, 1 Falttabelle. Halblederband d. Zt. mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung, Kanten, Ecken u. Kapitale etwas beschabt, Rückengelenke teils etwas brüchig. Erste im Handel erschienene Ausgabe. Sehr selten. - Die Abhandlung war zuerst 1871 in der Druckerei des Stadthalters von Kaukasien in Tiflis mit etwas abweichendem Titel veröffentlicht worden, jedoch nicht in den Handel gelangt. - Die Tafeln zeigen Hagelkörper und eine eindrucksvolle Abbildung des Hagelsturms, wie ihn der Verfasser am 27. Mai 1869 beobachten konnte. - Abich, Geologe und Forschungsreisender, wandte sich, angeregt durch A. v. Humboldt, L. v. Buch u. C. Ritter, zunächst vulkanologischen Studien zu. Nach Reisen in Italien wurde er dann zu einem der angesehensten Pioniere deutscher Wissenschaft in Russland, besonders bei der Erforschung des Kaukasus. - "Seine genauen Beobachtungen waren als die ersten zuverlässigen Nachrichten aus diesen damals noch schwer zugänglichen Regionen grundlegend und sind noch jetzt von Wert" (NDB). - Alter Stempel auf Titel, sehr sauberes Exemplar. - Poggendorff III 5; Kayser verzeichnet nur diese Ausgabe; vgl. NDB I 19 u. Henze I 9 ff. zum Verfasser. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ancient Oriental Carpet Patterns After Pictures and Originals of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries with Descriptive Text

      London: Henry Sotheran. Good; 20 x 14 Hardback in Good condition. Quarter-leather binding shows . rubbing to spine. Foxing throughout. Plates clean and bright.. 1879. Hardcover. Illustrated by 30 color plates; GWO 733. First English language book on Oriental carpets. Essentially a design book with patterns from rugs.; 9.5; 86 pp. .

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        Saggio di studi naturali sul territorio mantovano con illustrazioni

      Guastalla, Mantova 1879 - In 8, pp. IV + 507 + (1) di errata + (IX) + (1b) con 12 illustrazioni in litografia a piena pagina n.t. (cartine, carte idrografiche, carte archeologiche.) e 23 illustrazioni n.t. Legatura coeva in mz. pl. con filetti e tit. oro al dorso (leggeri segni di consunzione nella parte alta e bassa del dorso). Edizione originale di quest'opera di scienze naturali del Mantovano. Si segnalano in particolare il ricco catalogo degli animali indigeni e di passaggio del mantovano (mammiferi da p. 347 a p. 353, uccelli da p. 353 a p. 375, rettili e anfibiÂda p. 375 a p. 379, pesci e crostacei da p. 379 a p. 385, aracnidi da p. 385 a 386, insetti da p. 386 a p. 436, molluschi da p. 437 a p. 446). Segue poi il catalogo della flora locale (da p. 447 a p. 507). La prima parte e' dedicata a nozioni di geografia fisica, la seconda alla geognosia, la terza alle valli Salse di Sermide, la quarta alla geogenia, la quinta all'archeologia, la sesta e la settima sono appunto dedicate ai cataloghi di fauna e flora. ITA

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        British Fresh-Water Fishes.

      London; William Mackenzie undated c 1879 - Two divisions (volumes), large 4to [ 375 x 41 fine tissue guarded coloured chromolithographs of fish plus delightful wood engraved chapter headings and text illustrations, all by A.F. Lydon, [xxvi+92]+[93-204pp], original decorative brown cloth over bevelled boards, gilt, all edges gilt. Some slight fraying at head and foot of spines; tips of corners frayed and exposed; some light and fairly typical foxing which rarely affects plates; small tear and crease on fore-edge of one plate (and tissue-guard). A perhaps slightly better than average set. Will want extra postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Staniland (Booksellers) P.B.F.A.]
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