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        Report of the Annual Meeting of the California State Vinicultural Society

      San Francisco: August 27, 1879. First edition. A brownish stain on front wrapper going through the pages gradually lightening, foredge with small loss of paper (not affecting text). Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books]
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        Further Correspondence Respecting the Affairs of South Africa

      GEORGE EYRE, LONDON 1879 - Theirs writings on the front page. Theirs a brown spots on some of the pages. The first page you will see have a colorful design. Theirs some maps that are fold. No bookplate on the book. DATE PUBLISHED: 1879 EDITION: 396 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        The Theory of Political Economy

      London, Macmillan and Co., , 1879. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged, with New Preface and Appendices. Octavo. Original brown boards, titles to spine gilt. Ownership name of F. R. Cowell to half title in pencil, edges of upper board discoloured from damp, internally a bright clean copy and shows well. Second edition. Jevons's foremost contribution to the history of economic thought. "Comparatively short and lucidly written, it sharply attacked the classical theory of value of the 'Ricardo–Mill school', and offered in its place the challenging view that 'value depends entirely upon utility', asserting boldly that 'Economy, if it is to be a science at all must be a mathematical science' ... from it Jevons gained international recognition as an economic theorist" (ODNB). While he made no fundamental changes for the second edition, Jevons revised the book thoroughly and discussed criticisms of it in a new preface.

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        Nineteenth Century Sketchbook of Original Pencil Drawings of Scottish Scenes

      Unpublished, Scotland 1879 - Oblong format, with 29 original pencil sketches, dated 1879 to 1883, depicting views, architecture, and villages of Scotland. Includes *Prestwick *Margueretta + Helena Villas *Heads of Ayr *Arran *South End of Bute *Tighnabruaich *Robertson *Morton Manse-Thornhill *Miss Sophie Wilson / Mr. Caldwell / + the Rev. J. R. Wilson at Morton Manse - Thornhill *Cromarty Frith from Braham Rocks - Mr. George, Miss Macgregor, Miss Grant + "The Dot" *Bowden. Along with others. Bound in 3/4 leather and cloth, plaid endpapers, marbled page edges all around, binding tight, covers show edge and corner wear/tear. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Monroe Bridge Books, MARIAB Member]
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        THE TRUE AND ROMANTIC HISTORY OF WILLIAM PIGG, ESQUIRE. M. P. FOR HAM(P)SHIRE. Or life's burlesque in black and white, by the Hon. Charlotte Ellis. The poetical accompaniment by the Rev. H. A. Martin, M.A

      Kerby aand Endean. London. 1879. FIRST EDITION. 4to. (10 x 7.7 inches). 80pp. Frontis and 27 full page illustrations, all within decorative border, by Catherine Ellis. A clean fresh copy. Publishers dark blue cloth with gilt and black lettering and full illustration to the front board. Spine lettered in gilt. Rear board with blind stamped double rule border and publishers device to the centre. Brown coated endpapers. Inner front hinge cracked but still firm. Overall a near fine copy. A scarce and unusual book of Satyrical political verses with all the characters being pigs and set in Ham(p)shire. Copac lists just five physical copies of this first edition.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Les Frères Zemganno

      Paris: G. Charpentier, 1879. 12mo signed in sixes. (7 x 4 1/2 inches). Half-title. Contemporary dark green morocco by David, covers with triple fillet border, spine in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second and third compartments, the others with repeat decoration in gilt centering on a stylised pomegranate tool, elaborately tooled turn- ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine inscribed copy of the limited issue of the first edition of Goncourt's novel, in an elegant contemporary Parisian binding. This is number 5 of 100 copies of the first edition printed on 'papier de Hollande'. The inscription, on the half- title, reads 'à M. Leon Rattier / Comme un gage des sympathies / amicales de l'auteur. / Edmond de Goncourt ': the recipient Léon Rattier, as well as being a bibliophile and collector of note, was also married to de Goncourt's cousin Fédora. The subsequent owner, author Louis Auchincloss, is best known for his chronicles of life amongst the patrician class of America's east coast. In contrast: the present work superficially concerns the lives of the Zemganno brothers, acrobats in France during the latter part of the 19th century. De Goncourt is said to have based his fictional brothers in part on the real-life Hanlon-Lees troupe of acrobats, but actually used the story of his fictional brothers, Nello and Gianni, to explore his own relationship with his brother Jules who had died in 1870. Edmond saw that the level of intellectual support they offered each other in their professional and personal lives was analagous to physical interdependence of the fictional acrobat brothers. Vicaire, III, 1060

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray

      London - Smith, Elder and Co, 1879 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of the Works of William Thackeray. Included in these Works are: 'Vanity Fair', 'The History of Pendennis', 'The Newcomes', 'The Paris Sketch Book of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh', 'Memoirs of Mr. Charles Yellowplush', 'The Irish Sketch Book', 'Memoirs of Barry Lyndon', 'Catherine: A Story', 'Ballads', 'Roundabout Papers', 'Lovel the Widower; The Wolves and the Lamb; Denis Duval', 'The Four Georges', 'History of Henry Esmond', 'The Virginians', 'The Adventures of Philip', 'History of Samuel Titmarsh and the Great Hoggarty Diamond', 'The Christmas Books of Mr M. A. Titmarsh', 'Burlesques', 'Book of Snobs'. William Makepeace Thackeray (July 1811 December 1863) was an English novelist of the 19th century. He was famous for his satirical works, particularly Vanity Fair, a panoramic portrait of English society. Thackeray began as a satirist and parodist, writing papers with a sneaking fondness for roguish upstarts like Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair and the title characters of The Luck of Barry Lyndon and Catherine. In his earliest works, writing under such pseudonyms as Charles James Yellowplush, Michael Angelo Titmarsh, and George Savage Fitz-Boodle, he tended towards the savage in his attacks on high society, military prowess, the institution of marriage, and hypocrisy. One of his earliest works, Timbuctoo (1829), contained his burlesque upon the subject set for the Cambridge Chancellor's medal for English verse, (the contest was won by Tennyson with Timbuctoo). His writing career really began with a series of satirical sketches now usually known as The Yellowplush Papers, which appeared in Fraser's Magazine beginning in 1837. Between May 1839 and February 1840, Fraser's published the work sometimes considered Thackeray's first novel, Catherine, originally intended as a satire of the Newgate school of crime fiction but ending up more as a rollicking picaresque tale in its own right. Also notable among the later novels is The History of Henry Esmond, in which Thackeray tried to write a novel in the style of the eighteenth century. In fact, the eighteenth century held a great appeal for Thackeray. Complete in Twenty Four Volumes. Numerous plates and illustrations throughout. Collated complete. Condition: In gilt half calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally, sound with rubbing to the boards and some wear and slight loss to the top and tail of the spine. The front board to volume I is detached and the spine has been reattached. The front hinge to Volume VIII has come loose withtape from an amateur repair to the front blank, thespine is held by the back hinge only. Internally, firmly bound, bright and generally clean with just some occasional scattered spotting. Overall Condition: GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Uncle Tom's Cabin; Or, Life Among The Lowly

      Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company. Near Fine. 1879. New Illustrated Edition. Cloth. A striking new edition with illustrations, the red line "Holiday Edition" as per Michael Winship. Bright black and gilt stamped cloth, all page edges gilt. Near Fine condition, endpapers and tissue guard lightly foxed. An attractive copy of a fundamental piece of literature. Hildreth p14; New edition, with illustrations, and A Bibliography of the Work by George Bullen, Esq, F. S. A. , keeper of the department of printed books, British Museum together with an introductory account of the work. Originally sold for $3.50 .

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why]
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        A History of England in the Eighteenth Century

      90 - London - Longmans, Green and Co, 1879 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A leather bound set with cloth boards, gilt titles to spines and gilt fore edges. Lecky's comprehensive History of England in the Eighteenth Century, complete here in eight volumes. William Edward Hartpole Lecky, OM (26 March 183822 October 1903) was an Irish historian and publicist. Lecky devoted himself to the chief work of his life, A History of England during the Eighteenth Century, vols. i. and ii. of which appeared in 1878, and vols. vii. and viii. (completing the work) in 1890. His object was to disengage from the great mass of facts those which relate to the permanent forces of the nation, or which indicate some of the more enduring features of national life. In carrying out this task, Lecky displays many of the qualities of a great historian. The work is lucid in style, extensive in its use of source material, and, above all, impartial throughout. These qualities are particularly valuable in the chapters dealing with the history of Ireland, and in the cabinet edition of 1892, in 12 volumes (frequently reprinted), this part of the work is separated from the rest, and occupies five volumes under the title of A History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm and all covers are firmly attached. A couple of the inner hinges are slightly strained but holding. There is some minor wear to the extremities including some rubbing to the spines and slight bumping to the top and tail of the spines on some volumes. The edges are a little rubbed and a couple of the corners are bumped. Internally the books are generally clean and bright throughout apart from some spotting to the fore edges and the occasional mild spot in the main text. There is an amoral bookplate to each front pastedown. Approximately the first 40 pages of volume I are becoming loose and are a little dog eared to the edges. Overall the books are in very good condition..

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      - Obra dividida em quatro partes contendo os seguintes assumptos. 1 ? Diccionario dos escriptores estrangeiros, que escreveram obras consagradas a Portugal ou a assumptos portuguezes, com a traducção dos trechos mais notáveis dessas obras. II ? Diccionario das obras portuguezas vertidas em linguas estrangeiras. III ? Noticia dos portuguezes que no estrangeiro se distinguiram nas letras, e resenha das obras portuguezas, reimpressas nos paizes estrangeiros. IV ? Noticia das recordações e monumentos existentes em diversas partes do mundo, construidos por portuguezes ou erigidos em honra d'elles. Adornada de nove retratos. Estudos de. da Academia Real das Sciencias de Lisboa. Livraria de A. M. Pereira. Lisboa. 1879, 1893 e 1895. 4 (de 5) volumes De 26x17 cm. Com xxi-533, 646, 703 e 383 pags. Encadernações recentes em percalina verde. Ilustrados com gravuras intercalados no texto de: Marquesa de Abrantes (francesa Laure Permon); Ferdinan Diniz (francês); Richard Henry Major (inglês); Don Antonio Romero Ortiz (espanhol); Conde de Raszynski (polaco); Vegezzi J. Ruscalla (italiano); Carl von Reinhardstoetener (alemão); Friederich Christian Diez (alemão); e Johann Heinrich Friedrich Link (alemão). Exemplar com falta do 3º volume da obra. Obra com a recolha biográfica e bibliográfica dos principais autores, comentada juntamente com os excertos mais significativos das obras que os mesmos escreveram sobre Portugal. Obra de referência do Dicionário Bibliográfico de Inocêncio (V, 376 e XVI, 138): ?MANUEL BERNARDES, natural de Lisboa e nascido em 1832. Havendo se habilitado com o curso de instrução secundaria, é desde alguns anos Professor particular de línguas na cidade do Porto. No concurso a que o governo mandou proceder recentemente para o provimento das cadeiras da língua grega nos Liceus de Lisboa e Évora foi ele um dos opositores. Desde muitos anos que veio a estabelecer-se em Lisboa, continuando no exercício do magistério particular, e principalmente no ensino da língua e literatura portuguesa, do latim e do grego. Tem sido colaborador, mais ou menos assíduo, na parte literária do Jornal do Porto, do Panorama e do Jornal do Comércio, de Lisboa, onde se encontram numerosos artigos críticos, históricos, arqueológicos e bibliográficos. Com louvável curiosidade começou também Bernardes Branco a coordenar um catálogo descritivo dos manuscritos que existem na Bibl. Pública do Porto, entre os quais há muitos de valor, por serem raros e interessantes. Por inconvenientes alheios da sua vontade, e que não pôde remover, teve de sobr'estar no trabalho, chegando apenas a descrever uns trezentos e tantos códices, dos mil e duzentos que se guardam na dita Bibl. O Diccionario Bibliographico deve lhe valiosos e prestáveis serviços, na investigação e diligencia a que se deu, para obter várias noticias que dele solicitei, relativas a escritores contemporâneos, nascidos ou residentes no Porto, como por vezes nos artigos respectivos hei tido ocasião de notar. PORTUGAL E OS ESTRANGEIROS. Obra dividida em quatro partes, etc. Adornada de nove retratos. Estudos, etc. Lisboa, livraria de A. M. Pereira Editor. 1879. 8.º grande de XXI com 533 e 616 pag. e mais 1 da indicação das estampas. O sr. Bernardes Branco prosseguiu este seu trabalho, acumulando material para outros dois tomos, que submeteu á apreciação do Ministério do Reino para gozar do benefício da impressão por conta do estado; o manuscrito foi depois pelo governo enviado para a Academia Real das Ciências dar o seu parecer, o qual foi apresentado numa sessão da segunda classe, favorável ao autor? Location/localizacao: 8-9-C-3

      [Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva]
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        Die Alpenpflanzen nach der Natur gemalt von Jos. Seboth und einer Anleitung zur Cultur der Aplenpflanzen von Joh. Petrasch

      Prag, Tempsky 1879-1884 (Bd. 4: Prag/Lpz.,Tempsky/Freytag).. kl.-8°.106; IV, 68; IV, 63; S, 3 Bll., 70 S. Mit 4 chromolithogr. Frontisp. und 401chromolithogr. Pflanzentaf. von Jos. Seboth. OLn. Einbde. m. prachtvoller Farb- und Goldprägung. Im 2. Bd. einige Taf. stockfleckig, sonst von sehr guter Erhaltung. EA Nissen BBI 1826; Dreyer 686; Stafleu/C. 11.586 - Die farb. Frontisp. stellen Ansichten von 'Montblanc', 'Grossvenediger', 'Jungfrau' und 'Dachstein' dar.

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        FRANCK, Cesar (1822-1890). Belgian Composer.

      - Printed Score for his oratorio Les Beatitudes, inscribed and signed (?a mon vieil ami Lammoissier souvenir bien affectueux Cesar Franck?) on the title page.314pp 4to bound in red roan, the title in gilt on the spine, Paris, n.d. César Franck completed his largest cboral work, the oratorio Les Béatitudes in 1879, but it did not receive its first performance until 1891, afrer his death. Because of its massive length and the huge musical forces required for its performance, it has never fully eestablished itself in the choral repertoire.A few white specks on the front cover, but this is otherwise a very clean, fresh copy of the score.

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA ILAB BA]
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        Revi-Lona a Romance of Love in a Marvelous Land

      Greensburg, Pennsylvania: Frank Cowan [1879], 1st Edition. () 247pp. Very good. Octavo. Original black pebbled cloth. Somewhat faded gilt title on spine. Contemporary signature on the front free endpaper. Bookplate removed with a trace of glue stain. A clean unfoxed copy. Locke Spectrum of Fantasy page 59 A lost race novel set in the Antarctic tells the story of a man from Pennsylvania who travels to the South Pole where a race of big and beautiful women ruled and little and learned men obeyed!.

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        Compendio del arte de la Lengua Tagala, por el Padre

      Manila, Imprenta de "Amigos del Pais", 1879. - 13,5x10 cm., 168 páginas. Bella encuadernación en piel marrón muy fina con nervios y tejuelos. Perfecto ejemplar. Tercera edición de este compendio de la lengua Tagala, publicado por vez primera en Manila, 1703, y posteriormente reimpreso en Sampaloc en 1787. Todas las ediciones son raras por el poco cuerpo de la obra y su uso constante. El autor fraile Agustino, fue prior del convento de Tambobong. Palau 289442.

      [Bookseller: Arteclío S. L.]
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        The Folklore, Manners, Customs, and Languages of the South Australian Aborigines: Gathered from Inquiries made by Authority of South Australian Government. Edited by the Late Rev. G. Taplin, of Point Macleay. First Series

      Adelaide: By Authority, E. Spiller, Acting Government Printer, 1879. First edition. Frontispiece and 15 plates, 12-pages of printed facsimiles of letters written by Aborigines, 1 folding. Musical notation "The Aboriginal Corrobbery". 8vo, pp. viii:174:(1):29 (the addendum with separate title-page " Grammar of the Narrinyeri Tribe of Australian Aborigines" by the late rev. George Taplin, Adelaide: 1880), original crimson cloth, the upper cover elaborately blocked in gilt with an image of an Aborigine hunting Emu; the spine mottled and discoloured, the upper cover bright; decorative endpapers. Foxing to prelims., one leaf creased (binding fault). Nine of the plates are from drawings by Aborigines, e.g. "Hunting Party. Drawing by 'Yertabrida Solomon' an Aboriginal of the Coorong". The frontispiece and remaining 6 plates are original photographs, albumen prints, and depict "A Camp of the Narrinyeri, Lake Alexandrina" (the frontispiece) showing 8 Aborigines seated before a hut, two of the other photographs show weapons, mats, baskets etc. The remaining 4 photographs are individual portraits and depict "Waldaninyeri, a Woman of the Narrinyeri Tribe"; "Wewat-thelari, a Man of the Narrinyeri Tribe"; "Ngunaitponi, a Man of the Narrinyeri Tribe"; & "Mimukulari, a Woman of the Narrinyeri Tribe"; pp. 105-106 of this work give an explanation of the photographs, giving details of the Aborigines portrayed and of the weapons, mats, baskets, twine, girdles and necklaces shown. Very rare. Series 2 was not published.

      [Bookseller: Bristow and Garland]
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        History of the Pan-Handle; Being Historical Collections of the Counties of Ohio, Brooke, Marshall and Hancock, West Virginia, with Illustrations (1879)

      Wheeling, WV: J. A. Caldwell. 1879. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. First printing, 1879. Large quarto, original brown cloth gilt, handsome recent spine in leather-like dark brown cloth gilt, with recent endpapers, pp. (6) 450, xxx (2), with many illustrations, full page color map, many lithograph plates of people and homesteads, farms, factories, businesses, etc. Very good, light wear to corners. Very handsome restoration, the spine and endpapers clearly done by a professional. RARE.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        The Council Book of the Corporation of Kinsale, From 1652 to 1800

      Guildford, Surrey: J. Billings and Sons, 1879 Title continues: edited from the original with annals and appendices compiled from public and private records. 447 pages, 9 plates. Red cloth hardcover with guilt lettering. Good condition except for spine wear. Paste-on frontis map, with age spots . Interior clean and solid, Cover mainly clean with fading on one corner, spine fading, and binding solid except spine feels weak but pages firm and clean, corner of boards bumped and lightly worn.

      [Bookseller: Limebay Books]
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      1879. Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company, 1879. Original terra cotta cloth, beveled. First American Edition, first impression, which consisted of only about 1500 copies. This was actually published in October 1878, less than a month after the two-volume London edition (which is now decidedly rare). One of James's earliest novels (published just three years after his first), THE EUROPE­ANS centers about the entrance of a European brother and sister into Bostonian society.~According to Blanck there were three printings that all bear the date 1879 on the title page: the first was printed on Oct 7, 1878, and was bound up later that month; the second was printed on Dec 24 1878, but was not bound up until Jan 2 - March 19, 1879; the third was printed on April 21, 1879, and was bound up during the period April 30 - Dec 1, 1879. The three impressions differ only in collation, with the unfortunate result that today many second and third impression copies are being sold as first impressions; this copy, however, is indeed from the first impression, as the initial gathering consists of only two leaves (blank plus title leaf). ~This copy is in terra cotta cloth (three colors were used, with no priority). The volume is in near-fine condition (spine very slightly darkened, just a touch of rubbing at the extremities). Supino 7.6.0; Edel & Laurence A7b; Blanck 10537.

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman]
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        The Ironmonger: Universal Engineer & Metal Trades Advertiser. 1879-1903, passim

      London, 1879-1903. quartos, subtitle varies somewhat, mostly a binding set, ie: all were at one time bound but now the bindings are disbound; some early and final pages chipped or lacking to several volumes due to mis-treatment over the centuries but in all a spectacular collection with illustrations more prevalent in later years. Published weekly, this set lacks only 20 months or approximately 80 issues of an estimated 1222 published during 1879-1903! Note: 75 volumes = approximately 4 meters or 15 feet of shelf space!. Photos available upon request.

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        Memorie Documentate per la Storia della Rivoluzione Italiana

      Roma, Tipografia di Mario Armanni, 1879-1888. Seis partes en tres volúmenes en 4to. mayor; 389 pp., 392 pp., 455 pp., 320 pp., 352 pp., 416 pp. Encuadernación uniforme en media tela con tejuelos.

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        Cassell's illustrated history of the Russo-Turkish war / by Edmund Ollier [complete in 2 volumes]

      London : Cassell, Petter & Galpin, [1879?]., 1879. 1st Edition. Physical description: 2 v : illus., maps, ports., fronts. ; 27 cm. Contents: v. 1. From the commencement of the war to the fall of Plevna, including an historical sketch of the Russian and Turkish Empires. -- v. 2. From December, 1878, to the ratification of peace, including a history of Cyprus and of the Afghan War. Subjects: Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878 -- History -- Eastern Europe -- 19th century. Notes: Dated from internal evidence. Vol. 1 refers to a Blue Book of 1878 (note, p. 572). Vol. 2 refers to events of summer 1879. Text in double columns. Finely bound copies in modern leather-backed marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather label to spine, with gilt-crossed raised bands. Light, scattered foxing around prelims. and title page. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.

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        Histoire Des Romains - Depuis Les Temps Les Plus Recules Jusqu'a l'Invasion Des Barbares

      Paris. Librairie Hachette. 1879. Bound in extravagantly ornate gilt pictorial red Morocco depicting gilt tooled Roman emblematic seals and large embellishment of armour, eagles and statuary to front and rear covers. Gilt tooled spine compartments embellished with seals and laurel leaves. Raised bands. White silk moire endsheets. a.e.g. Thick 4to. New Edition. Illustrated with 50 brilliantly illuminated full page tissue-guarded chromolithographic plates. Further illustrated with over 3400 gravure engravings and 30 colour maps. A monumental work in a most impressive Hachette gilt binding - truly one of the most stunning bindings we've encountered. Sumptuously illustrated with eye-boggling, iridescent Chromolithographs, this extremely rare set is a true work of design art. Some chipping to head and tailpieces to various volumes with some small bits lacking, hinges rubbed on various volumes, some corners bumped through, front cover of Vol. 1 starting, mild scattered foxing throughout, else Very Good. A bright, crisp, gleaming gilt gem.Featured Sets.

      [Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB]
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      1879. Paperback. Good. [EHON] Kiyomizu Nosaburo, artist. Tsuchiya Ihei, editor. TAKETOMI-ZO GAROKU. Tokyo, Meiji 12 [1879]. Oblong grey wrappers, string-bound Japanese style, fukuro toji, with printed paper title label. 16.6 x 24.1 cm. Illustrated throughout in fine and precise b+w woodcuts that resemble wood-engravings more than traditional Japanese woocuts, though they are obviously the latter. 1879 was a low point in Japanese book illustration but this little work rises above the contemporary mediocrity with its detailed and realistic images of animals, plants, landscapes, etc. Especially interesting for its association - it is signed on the front cover by none other than Isabella Lucy Bird, the important late 19th century female explorer whose UNBEATEN TRACKS IN JAPAN (London 1880) was one of the most famous traveller's tales of Japan in that era. Perhaps Isabella obtained this very copy while she was in Japan. Good condition, good impressions. Not found in Mitchell. Very unusual.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        DICK SANDS

      1879. Translated by Ellen E. Frewer. Illustrated. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1879. 26 pp undated ads. Original brown cloth pictorially decorated in black and gilt. First fully-illustrated American edition.~A whale hunt in the Pacific Ocean between New Zealand and the Americas ends in tragedy and Dick Sands, as the only surviving crew member, becomes captain at fifteen years of age. Not possessing the full skills of a sailor, Dick tries to get the ship east to the South American coast. However, the cook on board has plans of his own, and manages to get the ship diverted to eventually land in the country of Angola on the continent of Africa. The cook's plans involve killing Dick and selling the other passengers of the ship into slavery. [Kytasaari]~Published in France as UN CAPITAINE DE QUINZE ANS, this tale was first published in English, in November 1878, by the American pirate publisher Munro -- titled DICK SAND (with no final "S"). It was issued in simple green cloth (also in two wrappered volumes), with 20 illustrations that were somewhat crude due to Munro's eagerness to be first in the marketplace. Sampson Low's authorized London edition was published the following month (December), at the end of which month Charles Scribner's Sons also published this authorized and fully-illustrated edition (dated 1879).~DICK SANDS was published by Scribner during the absolute hey-day of ornate American trade bindings -- similar in style to their very elaborate productions of Verne's MICHAEL STROGOFF and HECTOR SERVADAC. However Scribner's DICK SANDS is scarcer than these other two -- perhaps due to the share of market lost to Munro's simple hardbound volume.~This copy is in brown cloth; we have also had terra-cotta and green (no priority). It is in near-fine condition: the spine ends have very minor wear and the endpaper gutters are reinforced with archival tape (and there is a small "Merry Christmas" sticker on the front endpaper), but the pictorial binding remains bright and sharp. This is only the third copy of the elusive Scribner DICK SANDS that we have seen in 25 years. See Taves & Michaluk V018 and Myers 15.

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        La Renaissance en France par Léon Palustre. Dessins et gravures sous la direction de Eugène Sadoux. (3 volumes)

      Paris, A. Quantin, 1879. - 1885. 3 vols. Green cloth, gilt. viii,(2),234 pp.; viii,324,ii pp. vi,316 pp.: with 64 (hors texte) engraved plates and over 200 original engravings in the text; (Folio) 45x34 cm. Text in French. Weight is 17 kg. (sl. worn, first 10 pages of vol. 3 sl. foxed and 3 or 4 plates in vol. 3 with minor foxing stains, all other gravures in very good clean condition) In all a very good set, see image. ¶ Original engravings by Sadoux, Gautier, Gaujean, a.o.

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        The Land of Midian (Revisited)

      London: C. Kegan Paul & Co, 1879. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Two volumes in original pictorial cloth, with folding map and 16 plates, including 6 chromolithographs by Thomas Keel. Spines browned but fully legible, corners bumped, evidence of removed labels on front boards. One plate detached in Vol. I; rear hinge of Vol. II cracked, otherwise sound, contents clean. Burton mapped a 600-mile route through the northern and southern Midian (northwestern Saudi Arabia), recording its ruined ancient cities, discovering evidence of crude oil in the region, and bringing back 25 tons of minerals for analysis. Penzer 96-97; Casada 44. Provenance: Bookplate of Thomas Barbour on the front pastedown of each volume. Most recently from the collection of Burton scholar and bibliographer James A. Casada.

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        Original FINANCIAL LEDGER from 1879 TO 1882 for WILLIAM WHARTON Jr., Railway Pioneer

      Easton, PA: William Wharton, Jr., 1879. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. The Original Financial Ledger of Railway Pioneer William Wharton, Jr. from 1879 to 1882, showing this important Railway innovator's Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable for that period. William Wharton, Jr., working in his individual capacity, was the earliest and largest US contractor in the business of building street railroads, having entered that line of work in 1862, and going on to build many of the principal street railroads in New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore. As the construction of street railroads was then a new endeavor in the US, there were no plants established specifically to supply materials necessary for such work and Wharton had to obtain them from multiple sources. In response to these supply difficulties, Wharton constructed his own works, being of a small scale as the building of street railways was not yet a large business. In 1881 he and others formed a limited partnership named William Wharton, Jr., & Co., Limited for the carrying on of this business. His work grew in the US and extended to Cuba, Mexico, and South America. William Wharton, Jr. was the great pioneer and innovator of the street railway business in the US, inventing the Wharton Unbroken Main Line Switch, as well as rolled groove rails for use in street railway curves, each of which was a revolutionary invention in the industry. Wharton also was the first to use manganese steel in railway tracks, thus increasing their wear resistance and extending their useful life. Thus we have here the Original Financial Ledger for one of the period's most important personages of the Railway industry. The Ledger gives insight into his business from 1879 into 1882, showing transactions in which he engaged with various other rail companies and persons during this important period in American history following the end of the Long Depression, an unstable economic time across the globe, but a boom period for Railway construction; a wonderful and significant piece of Railway History.

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      1879. [inscribed to Cardinal Manning] London: Macmillan and Co., 1879. 2 pp undated ads. Original red cloth decorated in black. First Edition, being the ninth volume in the "English Men of Letters" series edited by John Morley. This copy has the ad leaf in the earliest state, listing nine of the titles (including this one) as "Ready" and SPENSER as "In the Press." Condition is very good (moderate wear at the spine ends, front endpaper cracked). Sadleir 54.~This is an inscribed presentation copy from Trollope, with this inscription in Trollope's hand at the top of the title page: "His Eminence Cardinal Manning | with the author's regards". On the title page there is an inkstamp, and on the front pastedown a bookplate, "Ex Oblatorum S Caroli... Bibliotheca" and bearing the word "humilitas." This was the Oblates of St. Charles, centered at St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church in Bayswater (whose motto is "humilitas"). Quoting from the Manning papers at Emory University,~Henry Edward Manning (1808-1892) was one of the most influential English Roman Catholic figures of his time. From his ordination in the Church of England in 1832, through his conversion to Catholicism in 1851, and to his death in 1892, his words and actions were powerful influences in England and in the Roman Catholic Church...~In December 1838, Manning and [William] Gladstone visited Rome, where they met with Nicholas Wiseman (later Cardinal and Archbishop at Westminster) at the Vatican's English College...~When [John Henry] Newman converted to Catholicism in 1845, Manning became one of the acknowledged leaders of the High Church Movement... In the Spring of 1847, Manning made an extended trip to the Continent... While in Rome he met with Newman and had two audiences with Pope Pius IX. The trip left him favorably impressed with the vitality of the Roman Catholic Church in Europe.~On his return to England, Manning found the Anglican Church in disarray and deeply divided...~Quoting further from the History of St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church,~[Following Manning's conversion,] in 1851 Cardinal Wiseman sent his most prestigious convert, Henry Edward Manning, to Bayswater to found a community whose mission would be to revitalize the clergy and faithful in the new diocese of Westminster. Manning drew his inspiration from St Charles Borromeo, who had founded an order of Oblate priests to renew the diocese of Milan in the sixteenth century. Manning founded the Oblates of St Charles at Bayswater, and had considerable success in evangelizing northwest London. In 1865, Manning was made second Archbishop of Westminster, and later Cardinal...~As for Trollope, he was raised as a High Church Anglican; he became a mild supporter of the Oxford Movement, and "his experiences in Ireland brought him into a closer sympathy with the Roman Catholic Church. However, he was hardly ready to follow Newman to Rome!" [Niles]. Robert H. Taylor, in "Letters to Trollope" (The Trollopian, Sept. 1946), noted that after Trollope's death (three years after inscribing this book), a leather portfolio was found, containing the thirty letters he had received over the years that he treasured the most; one of Trollope's most-treasured letters was the one from Cardinal Manning thanking him for the gift of this very book.

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        Lilith. Gedicht in drie Zangen.

      - Haarlem, W.C. de Graaff, [1879; MDLM: 'Van deze uitgave zijn ook exemplaren vervaardigd zonder jaartal op de titelpagina en het omslag of de band']. Bedrukt perkament (rug professioneel gerestaureerd). (4), 66 p. Niet afgesneden. 1e druk.* Auteursexemplaar, met de signatuur van Emants in de rechterbovenhoek van het voorplat. Bovendien is dit het vooralsnog enig bekende luxe-exemplaar, gedrukt in bruin en zwart met rode kaders op geschept papier, gebonden in een band van heelperkament.Cf.: Marcellus Emants, Schrijvers prentenboek deel 23, (Den Haag, NLMD, 1984), p. 18 (dit exemplaar!).

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        A history of the castles, mansions, and manors of western Sussex / by Dudley George Cary Elwes, F.S.A., assisted by the Rev. Charles J. Robinson: with original illustrations, by Messrs. Thomas Batterbury and William Penstone and numerous reproductions from "The Sussex archaeological collections."

      London : Longmans & co. ; Lewes : G. P. Bacon, 1876 [i.e. 1879] - Physical description: vi, 285, xliii p. : front. , illus. , plates. , plans, geneal. Tab. (partly fold. ) ; 30 cm. Subjects: Castles - England - Sussex. Historic buildings - England - Sussex. Sussex (England) - Historic houses, etc. West Sussex (England) - Antiquities - Description and travel. Notes: Preface and cover dated 1879 - title page dated 1876. Originally issued in 3 parts dated 1876, 1877 and 1879. Title in red and black. Includes bibliographic notes. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Recased with the original spine laid back. Impressively finished, with some some slight dust dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Minor foxing only to title page and frontis. Gilt border and title to front panel. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 3 Kg. 285 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Atlantic Coast Pilot - Eastport to Boston

      Washington: United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, Government Printing Office,, 1879. Quarto (295 × 193 mm). Original half skiver on marbled boards, title gilt to the spine, marbled edges and endpapers. 24 folding harbour charts and 31 folding coastal profiles. A little rubbed, short tear at the tail of the spine, joints carefully restored, but overall very good. A revised and corrected edition, following the first of 1871. Founded by an act of 1807 "to provide for surveying the coasts of the United States," the Office of Coast Survey is the oldest scientific organization in the US, described in the Dictionary of American History as "one of the major birthplaces of modern American science, including many disciplines not generally associated with geodesy and hydrology. Its creation is a cornerstone of the rapid growth of science and technology and of the development of natural resources for commercial use in the United States." During the Civil War, Bradford Served with David Porter as hydrographer to the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. He was responsible for piloting the powder-ship Louisiana alongside Fort Fisher, and prepared the battle-charts for the two bombardments of the fort. "After the fall of Fort Fisher he conducted elaborate surveys of the defences of Cape Fear River. In February he was sent North by Rear Admiral Porter to carry his charts and the trophies of victory from Fort Fisher to the Secretary of the Navy. Fort Fisher was the last combat action in North Carolina waters" (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration web-site). This copy with the pencilled gift inscription of Boston philanthropist E.W. Kinsley to Oliver White Peabody, a scion of one of the oldest and most distinguished families in Boston and one of the founders of the investment bank Kidder, Peabody & Co.

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      - Paris, A. Quantin, 1879, 26x33, deux parties en un volumes. Reliure en demi chagrin marron. Plats recouverts de papier marbré. Sur beau papier vergé, non ébarbé. Bien complet des 55 planches en couleurs (protégé par une feuille de papier glacé). Reliure solide, mais un peu frottée sur les coupes. Intérieur très propre. Bel exemplaire de ce monumental ouvrage (à ce titre prévoir des frais de port ajustés). Envoi de photographies sur demande. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Some Mistakes of Moses

      C. P. Farrell, Publisher. Hardcover. Extremely Scarce! Original 1879. Fourth Edition Printing by C. P. Farrell, Publisher., 278 pages. 1 lb 2 oz. ((8 x 5.75 x 1 inches Blue-Purple Decoratively Black Stamped Hardcover with gilt lettering of title front cover & gilt lettering on the back cover stating (This is the only correct edition of "Some Mistakes of Moses, Signed R. G. Ingersoll, Oct. 1, 1879- no dust jacket)) Good Condition. name top FFEP, spine darkened, edge-wear to top & bottom spine, corners, front hinge cracked, back hinge starting, rest of inside Text is Clean and Unmarked! Binding is Tight! Next day Shipping with tracking! Some Mistakes of Moses by Robert G. Ingersoll, Most Famous Agnostic of His Time! Religion, Biblio . Good. 1879. Original 1879 C. P. Farrell Printing Edition.

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        Original FINANCIAL LEDGER from 1879 TO 1882 for WILLIAM WHARTON Jr., Railway Pioneer

      Easton, PA: William Wharton, Jr., 1879. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. The Original Financial Ledger of Railway Pioneer William Wharton, Jr. from 1879 to 1882, showing this important Railway innovator's Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable for that period. William Wharton, Jr., working in his individual capacity, was the earliest and largest US contractor in the business of building street railroads, having entered that line of work in 1862, and going on to build many of the principal street railroads in New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore. As the construction of street railroads was then a new endeavor in the US, there were no plants established specifically to supply materials necessary for such work and Wharton had to obtain them from multiple sources. In response to these supply difficulties, Wharton constructed his own works, being of a small scale as the building of street railways was not yet a large business. In 1881 he and others formed a limited partnership named William Wharton, Jr., & Co., Limited for the carrying on of this business. His work grew in the US and extended to Cuba, Mexico, and South America. William Wharton, Jr. was the great pioneer and innovator of the street railway business in the US, inventing the Wharton Unbroken Main Line Switch, as well as rolled groove rails for use in street railway curves, each of which was a revolutionary invention in the industry. Wharton also was the first to use manganese steel in railway tracks, thus increasing their wear resistance and extending their useful life. Thus we have here the Original Financial Ledger for one of the period's most important personages of the Railway industry. The Ledger gives insight into his business from 1879 into 1882, showing transactions in which he engaged with various other rail companies and persons during this important period in American history following the end of the Long Depression, an unstable economic time across the globe, but a boom period for Railway construction; a wonderful and significant piece of Railway History.

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        The Native Tribes of South Australia

      Adelaide: E.S. Wigg. 1879. Comprising 'The Narrinyeri', by the Rev. George Taplin (second edition); 'The Adelaide Tribe', by Dr. Wyatt, J.P.; 'The Encounter Bay Tribe', by the Rev. A. Meyer; 'The Port Lincoln Tribe', by the Rev. C.W. Schuermann; 'The Dieyerie Tribe', by S. Gason; 'Vocabulary of Woolner District Dialect (Northern Territory)', by John Wm. Ogilvie Bennett; with an introductory chapter by J.D. Woods. 8vo. xliv, 316pp, 8 tinted lithographs with tissue-guards (that for the frontis is a recent replacement). Original gilt- and blind decorated blue cloth, neatly rebacked with original spine laid down (formerly a bit frayed at head and tail), light rubbing of extremities. Offsetting on endpapers, two owners' names, clean and crisp inside. A very good copy. ***Ferguson 13095. A collection of previous published (but out-of-print) material, with a new introduction by Woods, and the lithographic plates added. .

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        From New York to Portland, Oregon, via Straits of Magellan, with a History of the Voyages, Scenes, Places, Incidents and Notes of the Journey

      Walla Walla, W.T.: Statesman" Book and Job Printing Office, 1879. First Edition. Pamphlet. 12mo. 80pp. Pale pink wrappers, upper cover printed within a double-ruled border, wrappers faded a bit to tan otherwise an about Fine copy. // A very scarce Washington Territorial imprint, and one of the earliest non-periodical imprints for Walla Walla. The first three-quarters of McConkey's narrative is dedicated to his ocean voyage on board the steamer 'Oregon', a well-written and interesting account with stops in Chile, San Francisco, and Portland. The final 15 pages share his observations traveling up the Columbia, culminating with his favorable description of his ultimate home, Walla Walla Image or additional images available upon request

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        On stresses in rarefied gasses arising from inequalities of temperature

      London, The Royal Society, 1879 [1880]. 4to. 26 pp. (for the paper) in 446 pp. (for the volume). Original printed wrappers.* The Scottish physicist and mathematician James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) is world-famous for demonstrating that light, electricity and magnetism are manifestations of the same phenomenon, all based on the underlying electromagnetic field. This was the first major step in uniting the forces of nature into one theory. Later, he turned his attention to thermodynamics, and the present work is his last but not least contribution to this subject, published in the year he died, at the early age of 48. Here, he introduced the notion of "thermal transpiration" which causes the movement in Crookes radiometer; or "light mill", a near vacuum bulb with a set of vanes which are mounted on a spindle, and still a popular novelty item today because of its "perpetuum mobile" like behaviour: the vanes rotate when exposed to light, with faster rotation for more intense light, providing a quantitative measurement of electromagnetic radiation intensity. The reason for the rotation has historically been a cause of much scientific debate (Wikipedia), but with this paper Maxwell actually "won" this debate, showing that a molecular phenomenon lies at its base, and that a supposed "light force" could not be responsible. Part of the Philosophical Transactions for the year MDCCCLXXIX (volume 170, part I). Uncut, partly unopened. Spine skilfully repaired. Some light soiling, otherwise a very good clean copy.

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        The Works Of William Makepeace Thackeray

      Smith Elder, 1879. Very good, ex school reference library, unobtrusive stamp and/or catalogue annotation on prelims, minor edge wear, volume VII missing. Hardback, 12mo, 25 volumes of 26 volume set, approximately 375 pp per volume, illustrated, marbled endpapers, marbled edges, half leather, raised bands, spine decorated in gold, marbled sides illustrations by the author.

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        L`art du mobilier. Traité graphique d`ameublements des styles. Renaissance, Louis XIII, Louis XIV, Louis XV & Louis XVI avec coupes & plans de constructions à l`échelle de 0m 10cent. pour 1 mètre accompagné de tous les éléments d`ornamentation et motifs d`architecture pour servir à la composition ou à la décoration du meuble. Composé & gravé à l`eau forte par J. Verchère, sculpteur, architecte d`ameublement.,

      Paris, Selbstverlag, (1879). - Gest. Titel in architektonischer Rahmung, Drucktitel, 87 Tafeln (davon 26 Lithographien mit Tonplatte, 61 Radierungen auf aufgewalztem China). Erste Ausgabe. Tafeln im Rand stellenweise fleckig. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Lose in Halbleinenmappe mit gedrucktem Deckeltitel. Bindebänder. Folio (495 x 325 mm). Mappe gering angestaubt, Ecken wenig bestossen.

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        Suite of manuscript material relating to 'Birds of New Guinea'

      London & Maidstone,: dated between 4 September 1879 & 23 December, 1880.. Four single sheets; including two printed receipts from Gould, 13.5 x 21 cm, both completed in manuscript, one with internal revenue stamp and signature of Gould, old folds, some chipping and small tears to edges; purchase order from Maidstone Museum, 12.5 x 16 cm, printed in red and completed in manuscript; and a fourth on Gould's letterhead, 20 x 12.5 cm, address printed in blue at head, manuscript date and "with Mr Gould's complts. & thanks" in a secretarial (?) hand. Four interesting pieces of ephemera regarding the sale of Gould's monumental Birds of New Guinea and Birds of Asia to the Maidstone Museum in 1880. Included is a "with compliments" slip on Gould's personal letterhead, and, on one of the receipts, Gould's unsteady signature acknowledging payment; he died only three months later, and both of the works being discussed here were completed by R. Bowdler Sharpe.The four documents track the sale of the two works to Maidstone Museum in Kent, still recognised as a prominent natural history museum, and then curated by the expert on South American birds and keen ornithologist, Edward Bartlett. The first two pieces in this collection are orders payable raised on the banker Drummonds, ordering the two works then in preparation, the Birds of Asia (1850-1883) and the Birds of New Guinea (1875-1888). One of these orders has an inland revenue stamp and record of moneys received, with Gould's shaky signature.The third document is a purchase order from the Borough of Maidstone, dated 11 August 1880, authorising the payment of nine guineas, signed by various local dignitaries.The fourth, which effectively completes the transaction, is on Gould's letterhead, and is evidently the note forwarded to Maidstone, "with Mr Gould's compts. & thanks": this is in a neat and legible hand, and given the nature of the signature of Gould for the receipt of monies on the same day, must be secretarial.John Gould (1804-1881), started out as a London taxidermist, and in 1823 was appointed to the staff of the Zoological Society of London. Gould's career really began with the publication of two works, his Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains (1831-1832) and The Birds of Europe (1832-1837). His magnificent Birds of Australia began to be published in London in 1840, less than two years after he had first arrived in Hobart. Gould's work on birds was followed by his equally monumental work on the mammals of Australia.Now reverently known as the 'Bird Man', manuscripts relating to his career have long been assiduously collected.

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        Index to the Townland Survey of the County of Kildare Map

      revised edition [First edition 1838]. 1879 - Hard back in publisher's original russet cloth covers, gilt lettering to upper panel, marble paper lower paste down. Folded size 7½" x 5¼". Scale of index half inch to one statute mile, scale of Townland survey six inches to one statute mile. 32 section linen backed map opening to 41" x 27". The ornament by J. Macauley. The writing by H. Grandison, complied by John Hackett and William C. Ryan. Produced and drawn by J. Mason and C. B. Cradock. Small black numbers in very neat black fountain, wavy crease line across upper cover and in VG condition, without any foxing or darkening to the paper, cloth spine slightly faded. Member of the P.B.F.A. MAPS & ATLASES [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works

      London: Smith, Elder, & Co.,, 1879-80. In Thirteen Volumes. 12 volumes, octavo (188 × 128 mm). Contemporary red half morocco, titles to spine, deocration to bands, red cloth boards, marbled endpapers and edges. Engraved frontispieces. Some occasional light foxing, spines slightly rubbed, a very good set. A handsome library set of Thackeray's works.

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        Homoeopathic Therapeutics

      New York, Philadelphia, Boericke & Tafel, 1879. 2nd revised and enlarged edition. Description: 3 p. L. , [9]-710 p. 25 cm. Subjects: Homeopathy--Materia medica and therapeutics. Marginal notes. Very good copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Professionally recased; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans etc. On request.

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        Arrêt de développement de la machoire inférieure : moyens d'y remédier (photographie du sujet avant et après

      J.-B. Baillière 1879 Observation présentée à l'Académie de Médecine de Paris le 26 février 1879. In-8° broché, couvertures imprimées originales, 8 pages. les deux photographies "avant" et "après" sont des photographies originales contrecollées. - - - On joint également : S. Goldenstein : Un fait de destruction d'une partie de la face : quatre faits de division de la voute palatine ou du voile du palais moyens d'y remédier (J.-B. Baillière, 1874), travail présenté à l'Académie de Médecine de Paris le 9 juin 1874. In-8° broché, couvertures imprimées originales, 19 pages. 2 photographies et 8 figures in-texte. Les deux photographies "avant" et "après" sont des photographies originales contrecollées. - - - S. Goldenstein : Destruction d'une grande partie du maxillaire supérieur de la lèvre et du nez : moyens d'y remédier : photographie avant et après le traitement. (J.-B. Baillière, 1882), travail présenté à l'Académie de Médecine de Paris le 12 décembre 1882. In-8° broché, couvertures imprimées originales, 8 pages. 2 photographies et 1 figure in-texte. Les deux photographies "avant" et "après" sont des photographies originales contrecollées. Les photographies médicales antérieures à 1885 sont d'une rareté insigne. Les trois tirés à part sont protégés dans un étui en peau d'autruche. Signé par l'auteur. (TZ)

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