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        La Hollande à vol d'oiseau. Parijs: G. Decaux & A. Quantin, 1881.

      "4º: Geb., half marokijn; (8)+400 p., ill. Mooi exemplaar. Lit: Koumans p. 160, Van der Meulen p. 35."."Na het succes van de serie La Hollande pittoresque besloot men tot een luxe-uitgave, geïllustreerd met prenten van de kunstenaar Maxime Lalanne. Daartoe bezocht Havard in 1880 opnieuw een aantal plaatsen in Nederland, met als resultaat dit boek. Het werk is geïllustreerd met 24 heliogravures van: Amsterdam (3), Maastricht, Roermond, Den Bosch, Nijmegen, Utrecht (2), Zutphen, Kampen, Groningen, Leeuwarden, Hoorn, Zaan, Haarlem (2), Den Haag (2), Delft, Rotterdam (2), Dordrecht en Middelburg. Daarnaast heeft het boek 146 houtgravures in de tekst, ongesigneerd, maar ook van Lalanne, met gezichten in een groot aantal steden en dorpen. De tekst heeft hoofdstukken over: Maastricht, Roermond, Venlo, Mokerheide, Grave, Den Bosch, Nijmegen, Arnhem, Utrecht, Zeist, Amersfoort, Zutphen, Deventer, Zwolle, Kampen, Meppel, Steenwijk, Assen, Drenthe, Groningen, Leeuwarden, Dokkum, Franeker, Sneek, Bolsward, Harlingen, Friesland, Hindelopen, Stavoren, Zuiderzee, Nieuwediep, Medemblik, Enkhuizen, Hoorn, Alkmaar, Zaanstreek, Amsterdam, Haarlem, Leiden, Den Haag, Gouda, Delft, Rotterdam, Schiedam, Dordrecht, Breda, Bergen op Zoom, Goes, Middelburg, Walcheren, Veere, Zierikzee en Vlissingen. In het voorwoord verklaart de uitgever dat de nieuwe tekst in niets op de vorige lijkt: dit nieuwe werk is minder wetenschappelijk en meer “pittoresque”!"

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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        DOMMERS, ESCHAUZIER, GRATAMA--- Fotoalbum (beschadigd) met ingeschoven 69 carte-de-visite foto's en kabinetfoto's, betr. de familie Dommer en aanverwanten, voorzien van uitvoerige aantekeningen in potlood met de namen, ca. 1880-1910.

      - Namen: Dommer, Eschauzier, de Vicq, v. Heusden, Pabst, van Bosstraeten, Slingenberg, Gratama, Rikkers, Zermatten, Rinsma, Westra, v. Senden, Wetselaar. M11435

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        American Clergy. Vol. 1 [cover title]

      N.p. 1880 - Photograph album containing 17 mounted and two loose albumen prints of clergymen. 14 are captioned images of various American Episcopal State Bishops, two are of lesser divines, two are unidentified, and one, Henry Forrester, appears in non-clerical dress in a photo bearing the stamp of a Las Vegas photographer. 1 vols. The photographs measure 5-1/2 x 4 inches, and are mounted on pages 9-3/4 x 7-1/2 inches. Original Photographs of 19th Century American Clergymen. Each of the mounted photographs is enclosed with a decorative ink border, and hand-lettered caption showing the individual's name and office. Among these are: Benjamin B. Smith, Bishop of Kentucky, 1832--; John Williams, Bishop of Connecticut, 1851--; Horatio Potter, Bishop of New York, 1854--; William H. Odenheimer, Bishop of New Jersey, 1859-1879; Alfred Lee, Bishop of Delaware, 1841--; William B. Stevens, Bishop of Pennsylvania, 1862--; Joseph C. Talbot, Bishop of Indiana, 1860--; Daniel S. Tuttle, Bishop of Utah, 1867--; Benjamin H. Paddock, Bishop of Massachusetts, 1873--; William H. Hare, Bishop of Niobrara [Southern Dakotas], 1873--; and others. Most are shown in full-length images, and all are in clerical garb.The album itself bears a London stationer's label on the rear pastedown, and is less than half full, despite the "Vol. 1" on the cover. It would be interesting to know the genesis of this effort, which was obviously undertaken with much thought and care. Bound in 3/4 green pebble-grain morocco, a.e.g., title stamped in gilt on upper cover, some wear to extremities and occasional foxing to the mounting pages; the photographs are generally fine Photograph album containing 17 mounted and two loose albumen prints of clergymen. 14 are captioned images of various American Episcopal State Bishops, two are of lesser divines, two are unidentified, and one, Henry Forrester, appears in non-clerical dress in a photo bearing the stamp of a Las Vegas photographer. 1 vols. The photographs measure 5-1/2 x 4 inches, and are mounted on pages 9-3/4 x 7-1/2 inches

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        (Broadside or display card): Compliments of C. Curtin, Importer of Dry Goods,... San Francisco

      San Francisco: C. Curtin, 1880. Near Fine. Chromolithographic broadside on thin card stock. Approximately 7.75" x 13.25". Slight paper remnant on verso, slightly rubbed in lower right corner, else very near fine. Very attractive image of a very well-dressed woman wearing a fur trimmed filigree coat in (an incongruous, for California) field of snow, with a rustic fence and a probable church in the distance. A lovely and colorful image. We could find colorful trade cards from this dry goods retailer and importer, but no display size window cards. OCLC locates no copies.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Two photo albums with 241 photographs from ca. 1880.

      Red half leather, oblong, a bit rubbed. Rear cover of one album water damaged, but not affecting the inside. 60+70 cardboard sheets. Photo's depicting places and people in Japan (64), China (18 + 1 large panoramic view of the harbour of Hongkong from Pike's Peak), Dutch East Indies (24), Ceylon (18), Aden (2), Africa (2), South Africa (10), Natal (11), Zanzibar (2 + panorma harbour view), Cape-Colony (11), Griqualand-West (9), United States of America (a.o. Rocky Mountains, San Francisco, cowboys) (44), 'Sanwichich-Islands': Hawaii (3), Singapore (4), Siam (12), England (3), Germany (24), Switzerland (7 coloured)Red half leather, oblong, a bit rubbed. Rear cover of one album water damaged, but not affecting the inside. 60+70 cardboard sheets. Photo's depicting places and people in Japan (64), China (18 + 1 large panoramic view of the harbour of Hongkong from Pike's Peak), Dutch East Indies (24), Ceylon (18), Aden (2), Africa (2), South Africa (10), Natal (11), Zanzibar (2 + panorma harbour view), Cape-Colony (11), Griqualand-West (9), United States of America (a.o. Rocky Mountains, San Francisco, cowboys) (44), 'Sanwichich-Islands': Hawaii (3), Singapore (4), Siam (12), England (3), Germany (24), Switzerland (7 coloured). 57 of 64 photographs of Japan are hand coloured and large ( about 21x27 cm.). The photographs of China, Siam, Singapore and the Dutch East Indies are large as well (about 21x27 cm.) and escpecially of good quality. These are mounted in the sheets and seem to be the originals in these albums, the others are pasted in and are probably 'extra'.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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        Cabinet photograph of Samuel Adjai Crowther, Former Slave and First African Bishop of the Anglican Church

      London: Elliott & Fry, 1880. Fine. Cabinet card. Measuring 4.25" x 6.5". Photographer's stamp on both front and back. Slight spotting, possibly from the negative, else about fine. Full-length portrait of the stern looking clergyman, dressed in clerical garb and holding a book. Crowther's life was remarkable. He was captured in West Africa in 1821 and sold to Portuguese slave traders, whose ship was then interdicted by the British Navy. He was liberated in Freetown where he was taken in by the Church Missionary Society. He married Asano Susan, who had been imprisoned on board the same ship as Crowther. He learned English and displayed an enthusiasm for education, traveled to London for training, where he showed a remarkable aptitude for languages. In 1841 he was recruited for the Niger Expedition of James F. Schon. After the expedition he trained as a minister and was ordained. He returned to West Africa where he established a mission and produced several grammars and dictionaries of African languages, and translated a substantial portion of the Bible into Yoruba. In 1853 he accompanied Macgregor Laird's expedition to the Niger and Tshadda Rivers. In 1864 he was consecrated Bishop of the Niger, and the first black African bishop in the Anglican Church. At the same year he received a Doctorate of Divinity from Oxford.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        FOLLAS NOVAS. Versos en gallego.

      - Precedidos de un prólogo de Emilio Castelar. XXVIII+271 pp. Enc. en media piel con nervios de época. PRIMERA EDICIÓN. La Ilustración Gallega y Asturiana. Madrid / La Propaganda Literaria. Habana. Imp. de Aurelio J. Alaria. Madrid, 1880. N. S. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Galgo]
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        Slave Trade. No. 5 (1880). Correspondence with British representatives and agents abroad, and reports from Naval Officers and the Treasury, relative to the Slave Trade. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1880. [C.-2720].

      London, Harrison and Sons, 1880. - Folio. XVIII, 336 pp. Publisher's printed blue wrappers. Rare British parliamentary papers and correspondence with local agents and officers on the slave trade, including much material relating to the Hejaz, to Jeddah and the Red Sea, as well as Rear-Admiral Corbett's "Report on the Slave Trade on the East Coast [of Africa] and Mozambique, and the Persian Gulf" (pp. 315-318), stating that "No sea traffic in Slaves appears to exist in this region" (i.e., the Arabian Gulf). - Wrappers a little dust-soiled, spine slightly worn with loss. A very good copy. Bennett 507. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Document Signed

      Trenton, NJ: Not published, 1880. Document signed by George B. McClellan as Governor of New Jersey, on December 9, 1880. The letter is written on engraved State of New Jersey Executive Department letterhead. Written in a secretarial hand, it reads "His Excellency, Alonzo B. Cornell, Governor State of New York, Sir: I hereby recommend Mr. Charles W. Potter for the appointment of Commissioner of deeds for the State of New York residing at Toms River in this State. Very Respectfully, [signed] 'Geo B. McClellan' Governor." Father of George Brinton McClellan (1865 - 1940). Born in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County PA, on December 3 1826. Democrat. General in the Union Army during the Civil War; candidate for President of the United States in 1864; Governor of NJ 1878 - 81. Member of the Loyal Legion and Freemasons. Died October 29 1885. Attractively matted and framed with a 19th century engraving of the General writing a letter in the field during the Civil War. Military, Politics. A clean and attractive example of McClellan's autograph.. Signed. First Edition. Unbound. Near fine condition. Quarto (4to).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        Madrid. Vista general desde el Banco de España.

      Madrid, 1880. Original photograph, albumen print, 25,1 x 34,3 cm. Few white/dark points at right upper corner. KEYWORDS:spain/madrid/photo

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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        The English School of Painting in Water-Colours: Its Theory and Practice. With the Several Stages of Progression. Accompanied with Forty-Seven Illustrations in the First Style of Chromo-Lithography

      Henry Sotheran & Co, London 1880 - New and revised edition, 1880, hardcover with gilt stamped green cloth plate mounted on green cloth boards, folio, 130pp., illustrated with color chromo-lithographs. Book VG with soil and rubbing to boards, faint dampstain to top corners of rear board, mild wear to spine ends and corners, binding tight, text has some mild foxing and toning thoughout, otherwise clean. No DJ, but now in archival mylar wrap. THIS LARGE, HEAVY BOOK WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING FEES. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA]
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        The Sea Fogs - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Nawakum Press. Fine+. First Edition; First Printing. A handsome first edition/first printing in fine condition. The book is 32 pages and measures 6 -1/4 by 10-3/4 inches. The typeface is Ehrhardt, with Isadora for display. Patrick Reagh cast the type and printed the book on Zerkall Frankfurt at his shop in Sebastopol, California. Illustrations printed letterpress, with color triptych printed digitally at Black Cat Studio. The binding and slipcases were produced by Lisa Van Pelt. The Sea Fogs is published in one state, in an edition of 55 slipcased copies, each numbered and signed by the artist. ; 'The Sea Fogs' is the tenth of fourteen episodes - narratives, character sketches, and extended moments - that make up Scottish novelist, essayist, and poet Robert Louis Stevenson's The Silverado Squatters. It is drawn from Stevenson's journal, which he kept while on a two-month stay on Mount St. Helena, at the head of the Napa Valley in California. He had come to the area for his honeymoon in 1880, and for his health as well, hoping to get away from the damp, coastal climate of San Francisco. Unable to afford the ten dollars a week for a room at the local hotel, he and his bride instead “squatted” an old bunkhouse, at an abandoned silver mine on the side of the mountain. On a fine June morning Stevenson found himself awakening to, and then writing about, a local natural occurrence- fogs drawn inland from the Pacific Ocean. Stevenson scholar Roger G. Swearingen, through his introduction, shares with the reader just how a younger Stevenson, surrendering himself completely to this highly personal story, was fully in command of his art long before penning his most famous works. And how this wonderful, self contained, stand-alone piece is among Stevenson's finest of this kind; 32 pages; Signed by Author .

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        The Gamekeeper at Home - Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life

      Smith, Elder, & Co, London., 1880. First illustrated edition: numerous black and white drawings in the text by Charles Whymper. Octavo. pp xii, 219. Original green gilt pictorial cloth, bevelled edges. Decorated endpapers. Top edge gilt.Presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the verso of the front free endpaper: ''W.H. [?] Esq - From the author - Dec. 10th. 1879''. The presentee's surname has been crossed through in ink. Covers just a little rubbed in places. Some pages clumsily opened. Very good indeed.

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        Etching & Etchers

      London: Macmillan & Co, 1880. 4to (314 x 222 mm). Title printed in red and black with engraved vignette, and 48 plates: 26 etchings by various artists and 22 heliogravures by Amant-Durand. Publisher's roan-backed cloth, edges uncut. Hinges split, rubbed. Provenance: John Hall (bookplate); purchased from Boston Book Company, 1959. Third edition. WITH ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY NUMEROUS CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS, including: Whistler "Billingsgate" (Kennedy 47), Palmer "Sunset" (Lister 3), Haden (Schneiderman 161), Israels, Herkomer, Rajon, Legros, Unger, Beyer, Lalanne, Jacquemart, Appian, Lalauze, and others. Hamerton, a painter, writer and art critic, had great influence on engraving in England and the United States. The first edition was published in 1868 and included 35 plates. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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        Two photo albums with 241 photographs from ca. 1880.

      - Red half leather, oblong, a bit rubbed. Rear cover of one album water damaged, but not affecting the inside. 60+70 cardboard sheets. Photo's depicting places and people in Japan (64), China (18 + 1 large panoramic view of the harbour of Hongkong from Pike's Peak), Dutch East Indies (24), Ceylon (18), Aden (2), Africa (2), South Africa (10), Natal (11), Zanzibar (2 + panorma harbour view), Cape-Colony (11), Griqualand-West (9), United States of America (a.o. Rocky Mountains, San Francisco, cowboys) (44), 'Sanwichich-Islands': Hawaii (3), Singapore (4), Siam (12), England (3), Germany (24), Switzerland (7 coloured) Red half leather, oblong, a bit rubbed. Rear cover of one album water damaged, but not affecting the inside. 60+70 cardboard sheets. Photo's depicting places and people in Japan (64), China (18 + 1 large panoramic view of the harbour of Hongkong from Pike's Peak), Dutch East Indies (24), Ceylon (18), Aden (2), Africa (2), South Africa (10), Natal (11), Zanzibar (2 + panorma harbour view), Cape-Colony (11), Griqualand-West (9), United States of America (a.o. Rocky Mountains, San Francisco, cowboys) (44), 'Sanwichich-Islands': Hawaii (3), Singapore (4), Siam (12), England (3), Germany (24), Switzerland (7 coloured). 57 of 64 photographs of Japan are hand coloured and large ( about 21x27 cm.). The photographs of China, Siam, Singapore and the Dutch East Indies are large as well (about 21x27 cm.) and escpecially of good quality. These are mounted in the sheets and seem to be the originals in these albums, the others are pasted in and are probably 'extra'.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur]
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        De l'état de mal épileptique

      Paris, Bureaux du Progrès médical et Delahaye & Lecrosnier, 1880, in-8, [2] ff, 90 pp, broché, couverture imprimée de l'éditeur, ÉDITION ORIGINALE de cette étude sur le mal épileptique qui, selon Bourneville, se caractérise par la répétition, un collapsus, une hémiplégie, la fréquence du pouls et une élévation de la température. A l'issue de ce traité, Leroy conclut qu'il existe deux périodes de l'état du mal épileptique : l'une convulsive, l'autre méningitique. Alphonse Leroy occupait la chaire d'accouchements à la Faculté de Médecine de Paris. Bon exemplaire, dos partiellement fendu. Cachet ex-libris du docteur Carrier.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Album Riga [cover title].

      

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        Autograph musical quotation signed. Copenhagen, January 1880.

      1880. Oblong 8vo. 1 page. Five bars "Moderato" for piano from an unnamed work.

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        The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges, and Ferns of Great Britain And Their Allies The Club Mosses, Pepperworts and Horsetails SIGNED

      London Frederick Warne & Co. (n.d.). circa 1880. Hardbacks, Complete in 6 volumes. Tall 8vo. (approx 9.5 x 6 inches.) Attractive green cloth with gold lettering and decoration to spine and front and black and red design also to fronts. Brown endpapers. All edges gilt. In very good conditions. Lovely bright binding, good strong impression on plates. Corners a little bumped and rubbed, some minor rubbing to cloths. Some minor fading to, and foxing between endpapers. Some areas of mild foxing to pages otherwise inside pages and plates very clean and tight throughout. Author’s signature to blank postcard loose in front. 318 very nice colour chromolithographic plates. 1 b/w plate. Approx. 350pp. per each vol.

      [Bookseller: The Antique Map & Bookshop]
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        India Photographs from the studio of G W Lawrie of Lucknow

      An Archive of 41 b/w or sepia photographs bearing the blind stamp of G W Lawrie a successful photographer active in in Lucknow during the 1880's 1890's. Several of the photographs relating to locations prominent in the Indian Mutiny[or, the 1st war of Indian Independence] The images are all annotated in pencil to verso. Each measuring approx 11 1/2" x 8 1/2" [29cms x 21 cms] Some 20 or so views of Lucknow including; The Dilkushka, hunting lodge of the Nwabs of Oudh. The palace was damaged by shellfire in 1857, but the annotation verso records that most damage was incurred during a careless fire in the 1870's; La Martiniere, college in Lucknow [which features as 'St Xaviers' in Kipling's Kim]; The Cantonment Church, Lucknow [a view of the building in its previous incarnation before being extensively remodelled in the early twentieth century; The Secundra [Sikander] Bagh, summer residence of the last Nawab of Oudh scene of a mass slaughter of 2,000 sepoys in the 'Mutiny'; Kaiser Bagh [Emperor's Garden]; The Residency (several different views); Mohamed Bagh; Havelock's grave; The Chattar Manzil, [Umbrella Palace]; Shah Najaf mausoleum (slight chip one edge); Lal Baradari; Hossainbad (general view); the Great Imamabra Hall & Mosque; Wingfield Park; General view of Lucknow from Clock Tower showing Hossainbad. A number of views of Nynee Tal, including; Hindu Temples & Bathing Shed; General view of Nynee Tal; St John's Church in the Wilderness & Rectory, Nynee Tal; Nynee Tal general view showing Governor's House on skyline; Nynee Tal from upper Mall West showing new growth of trees after landslip of 1881; general view from Cheena [mountain]; view from Lower Mall towards Assembly Rooms; Looking at Cheena Mountain. Bolan Pass with mail trains; Bolan Pass, showing Fairlie's Double Bogie Locomotive; Bolan Pass railway bridge. Benares, Golden temple; Agra, The Taj [2]; Cawnpore, the Suttee Chowra Ghaut [scene of a massacre during the Mutiny; Gwalior fort ramparts (strong vertical crease); Meerut, Church of the Mutiny [St John's, where the Mutiny began]; The ruins of old Delhi; Seringapatam [Srirangapatna] sally port of the fort where Tipu Sultan died; Seringapatam, British breach in fort made in 1799. Lawrie has a good eye and often seems to dispose figures in an artful manner to add to the composition. Generally sound condition with occasional minor creasing, chipping to edges. One or two creases stronger but really a very good set of images. All photographs now held within archival acid free sleeves and housed in an archival storage box.

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        Workers in the Dawn. A Novel. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols.

      Remington & Co. 1880 1p. ad. facing titles in all vols; leaves very sl. browned, tear to fore-edge of pp 105/6 vol. II. Small tears to fore-edge of leading f.e.p. vol. I, with neat repairs to verso. Orig. olive brown fine bead-grained cloth, blocked in black, spines lettered in gilt; spines v. sl. dulled. An exceptional copy.Not in Sadleir; Wolff 2562 ('somewhat stained and worn'). Coustillas A1.a, in the primary binding. Gissing's first published novel. One of 277 sets printed by Remington, but paid for by Gissing. By the end of 1880, only 49 copies had been sold at one guinea. A near fine, if not the finest surviving copy of one of the great rarities of nineteenth-century literature. Workers in the Dawn, described by Sutherland as having the 'melodramatic excesses of a first novel', centres on the wretched life of Arthur Golding and his destructive relationship with two women, Helen Norman, a clergyman's daughter, and Carrie Mitchell, a young prostitute. Arthur takes pity on the 'whoring and brandy-drinking' Carrie and marries her in an attempt to cure her ways. He fails miserably and flees to America seeking a melodramatic end by hurling himself into Niagara Falls screaming 'Helen! Helen!'. Loosely inserted is a typed unpriced catalogue description of this set by the New York dealer James F. Drake, Inc.

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        GÉOMÉTRIE DE L'ÉCHIQUIER Solutions réguliéres du probleme d'Euler su la marche du cavalier + SUR L'ÈCLIPSE TOTALE DE SOLEIL DU 28 MAI 1900 + ENSAYO DE UNA NUEVA TEORÍA DE LA PROPORCIONALIDAD DE LAS LÍNEAS RECTAS + EXPOSÉ ÉLÉMENTAIRE DES LOIS DE LA CRISTALOGRAPHIE GÉOMÉTRIQUE + SCIENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES + EL ERROR DEL PARTIDO INTEGRISTA + SUR QUELQUES POINTS RELATIFS AU MAGNÉTISME TERRRESTRE DANS LES ILES PHILIPPINES + LE PLATEAU DE PAMIR + LA MYTHOLOGIE COMPARÈE + PREMIERS RÉSULTATS OBTENUS A L'OBSERVATOIRE DE L'ÈBRE + STRUCTURES ET CLASSIFICATION DES ROCHES ÉRUPTIVES + LES PROCÉDÉS OPÉRATOIRES EN HISTOLOGIE VÉGÉTALE + LA DÉFINITION PHILOSOPHIQUE DE LA VIE

      - Libro en aceptable estado, aunque con la encuadernación muy fatigada, con diversas roturas, encuadernado en tela y cartoné, con sellos del anterior propietario, con manchas en algunas páginas, en lengua francesa y española. Se trata de un libro que reúne y encuaderna una serie de obras (en su mayoría de gran rareza) que en origen fueron publicadas individualmente. Las obras son las siguientes: Géométrie de l'échiquier (1880), 56 páginas; Sur l'Èclipse totale de soleil du 28 mai 1900, 5 páginas; Ensayo de una nueva teoría de la proporcionalidad de las líneas rectas, 1891, 89 páginas; Exposé élémentaire des lois de la cristallographie géométrique, 1914, 27 páginas; Science in the Philippines, 13 páginas; Sur quelques points relatifs auf magnétisme terrestre dans les iles Philippines, 4 páginas; Le plateau de Pamir, 1883, 47 páginas; LA MYTHOLOGIE COMPARÈE, 1884, 41 páginas; PREMIERS RÉSULTATS OBTENUS A L'OBSERVATOIRE DE L'ÈBRE, 14 páginas; STRUCTURES ET CLASSIFICATION DES ROCHES ÉRUPTIVES, 1889,93 páginas; LES PROCÉDÉS OPÉRATOIRES EN HISTOLOGIE VÉGÉTALE, 39 páginas; LA DÉFINITION PHILOSOPHIQUE DE LA VIE, 69 páginas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Attractions of an excursion upon the Great Lakes. Routes and rates for summer tours

      Buffalo: Clay & Richmond, 1880. 16mo (approx. 5" x 3½"), attractive chromolithograph paper wrappers illustrating the "Lake Superior Transit Co.'s steamer 'India'," and a rather odd-looking Chinese junk under full sail in calm waters, the sail a placard for the title of the pamphlet; folding map (detached, but present), and 4 chromolithograph plates (the steamer "City of Cleveland," "Pictured Rocks," "The Dalles of the St. Louis," "Cave in the Apostle Islands," the text printed in blue. With index, notes, and a listing of the hunting and fishing resorts. "The trip by steamer to Lake Superior is one of the cheapest and most delightful excursions in this country, the total cost between Buffalo and Duluth being less than four dollars per day...Seekers after health as well as pleasure, especially those afflicted by HAY FEVER are most earnestly recommended to try the climate of Lake Superior. It is stated on the best authority that there are no cases too severe to be relieved by its bracing atmosphere..." Contains information on Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Erie, Cleveland, Lake Superior, Bayfield, Ashland, Duluth, etc. Very slight split at the bottom joint of the front wrapper, else generally fine and bright. Rare: only Library of Michigan in OCLC.

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        Sunshine And Storm In The East, or Cruises to Cyprus and Constantinople.

      

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        The History of England from the Accession of James the Second

      ondon- Longmans, Green and Co., 1880 Book. VERY GOOD INDEED. Hardcover. A beautifully bound set of Macaulay's History of England. Complete in eight volumes. With a portrait frontispiece to volume I. A beautiful example of a Riviere binding. The final volume edited by his Macaulay's sister, with a memoir of Lord Macaulay by Henry Hart Milman. Thomas Babington Macaulay was a British historian and politician whose works onBritish history have been hailed as masterpieces. Macaulay's History of England was innovative for his period, framing the true history in a picturesque dramatic style of the classical historians, but with the learned and factual approach ofhis 18thcentury forebears. Condition: Uniformly bound in tree calf bindings with gilt detailing and contrasting spine labels. Bound by Riviere. Externally, very smart with just minor shelfwear to extremities. Marbled pastedowns and endpapers. Very slight wear to front joint of volume I and V. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and generally clean, with the odd scattered spot, heavier to first and last as usual. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

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        The Illustrated History of the British Empire in India and the East. From the Earliest Times to the Suppression of the Sepoy Mutiny in 1859. Illustrated with Steel Engravings and Maps. (Two Volume Edition - Bound in Eight Divisions.)

      London, Virtue & Co., (n.d.) circa 1880.. Hardbacks, 8 Volumes. Tall 8vo. (approx 10.5 x 7 inches.) Red cloth bindings with elaborate gilt decoration to spines and gilt vignettes to fronts, blind embossed decoration to boards. Yellow endpapers. In very good conditions. Corners a little bumped and rubbed, spines a little faded with a few minor nicks to ends. Some minor darkening and handling marks to boards. Some mild foxing and darkening to plates, tissue guards darkened. Else inside pages all very clean and tight. Most pages still remain uncut at top edges. A nice set. 774pp. Illustrated with many Steel Engraved plates and Maps. (Listed at rear of Div.8.)

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        Leçons sur les affections nerveuses locales. Traduites de l'anglais par Douglas Aigre

      Paris, aux Bureaux du Progrès médical, 1880, in-8, , demi-basane bleu nuit à la bradel, couvertures conservées, Édition originale de la traduction française, publiée sous l'impulsion de Charcot, de cet ouvrage de neurologie du célèbre chirurgien anglais Sir Brodie (1783-1862), paru à l'origine en 1837. Rare.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        The draperies at the "Makam Ibrahim" (Abraham's Station) in Mecca.

      [Weißenburg, Burckardt, c. 1880/88]. - Colour lithograph. 43 x 33.3 cm. One of the very rare Weißenburg illustrated broadsheets showing oriental motifs. These were published under the fictitious address of Hassan Uwais (Auvès) in Cairo. The actual publisher, Camille Burckardt, was head of the Weißenburg company from 1880 until 1888. - Slight crease, minor edge damage and browning. All of these prints are very rare; a different print commanded £21,250 at Sotheby's in 2012. Des Mondes de Papier p. 66, no. 2.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Sur l'hallucination visuelle, preuve physiologique de la nature de cette hallucination

      Paris, J.B, Baillière et fils ; Lyon, Henri Georg, 1880, in-8, 22 pp, broché, couverture imprimée, Première édition. Exemplaire enrichi d'un envoi signé de l'auteur au Docteur Carrier de Lyon. Paul-Max Simon (1837-1889), chef du service médical de l'asile de Bron et directeur de l'asile de Blois, a écrit de nombreuses études sur le rêve, le somnambulisme, l'hypnotisme et les hallucinations. Dans cet ouvrage consacré aux hallucinations visuelles essentiellement, il démontre que les rapports entre l'hallucination et la vue sont plus étroits que dans les autres sens. Simon démontre que depuis la couche corticale jusqu'à la rétine, l'appareil visuel entier est mis dans le même état lors d'une hallucination que lorsque le sens est stimulé par une perception réelle. Ex-libris du docteur Carrier. Bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Mächen in Süddeutscher Tracht. Öl auf Leinwand.

       1880. Signiert und datiert \"80\". 30 x 25,5 cm. Durchgearbeitete Ölstudie eines Mädchen, das im Dreiviertelprofil als Schulterstück gegeben ist. Das Bildnis bekommt durch die bis an den oberen Bildrand reichenden Kopf eine besondere Präsenz, obwohl der Blick des Mächens etwas versonnen ist und dem Betrachter ausweicht. - Verso auf der Leinwand \"R. Böhme, München, Studienkopf\". - Außenkante partiell durch Passepartout minimal berieben. Portät, Portait, Ölstudie, Süddeutsch, Mädchenportrait, Mädchenportät, Studie,

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        Paul Meyerheim: Wäscherin im Gebirge (Originalzeichnung)

      1880 - Aquarell und Gouache auf Karton 32,3 x 45,4 cm Links unten signiert: P. Meyerheim Provenienz Privatsammlung [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Gamekeeper at Home, The

      London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1880. Richard Jefferies 'The Gamekeeper at Home' In a Fine Exhibition Binding by Zaehnsdorf [ZAEHNSDORF, binder]. [JEFFERIES, Richard]. The Gamekeeper at Home: Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. With illustrations by Charles Whymper. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1880. First illustrated edition. Octavo (7 3/4 x 5 3/8 inches; 192 x 137 mm.). xii, 219, 1, blank] pp. With forty-one line illustrations in the text. Bound ca. 1900 in a fine 'Exhibition' binding by Zaehnsdorf (stamp-signed in black on front silk paste-down). Full dark green morocco, covers with elaborate gilt pointille decoration surrounding a fox, a dog, a trout and a partridge in the corners (front cover also lettered in gilt), spine with five raised bands, elaborately tooled in gilt with sporting devices and lettered in gilt in compartments, gilt ruled board edges and elaborate gilt turn-ins, pale green silk liners and end-leaves, all edged gilt. The rear liner with the Zaehnsdorf 'Exhibition' stamp in black. Upper and lower extremities of front joint expertly and almost invisibly repaired, otherwise very fine. Small booksellers label of Philip C. Duschnes on rear liner. With the bookplate of the ornithologist Frank S. Hatch on front blank. Housed in a later fleece-lined green cloth slipcase. The Gamekeeper at Home was first published without illustrations two years earlier, in 1878. John Richard Jefferies (1848-1887) was an English nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels. His childhood on a small Wiltshire farm had a great influence on him and provides the background to all his major works of fiction. The Gamekeeper At Home is probably his best known work, truly reflecting those by-gone days when the Gamekeeper was a vital part of rural activities. He discusses the man himself and how he fits into the community and examines his relations with his family. His area of activity is covered - the fields, the woods, the meadows and the ponds and streams. The world around him needs protection from the predators that kill the game and disturb the balance of nature. There is contact with his dogs and other animals such as rabbits and deer as well as the traditional enemies such as the fox. All parts are brought together so the reader can sense the activity of the countryside and the efforts to keep its integral parts operating in harmony. This understanding is enhanced by the masterly drawings by Charles Whymper. Charles Whymper (1853-1941), was a prolific book illustrator specializing in travel, animal, and hunting themes.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Photo Album]: England and Scotland

      1880 - Large, heavy oblong folio. Measuring 18" x 13.25". Full morocco with "England and Scotland" in gilt on the front board. An exhaustive travel album with 381 tipped-in photographs. Sizes range from one image to a half dozen per page, with perhaps two per page the average. Subjects include Oxford, Cambridge, Balmoral, Stratford-upon-Avon, Canterbury, Bath, York, Lincoln, Stonehenge, and a couple of dozen other locations. Many are stock images, with production marks, of cathedrals, buildings, and bucolic country scenes, a few of individuals. Almost all images are captioned in ink. Edgewear at the extremities, a couple of pages have modest insect damage, but only a single image is affected. A standard, if massive, travel album with an unusually generous selection of images. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Traité d'anatomie dentaire humaine et comparée

      Paris, O. Doin, 1880, in-8, XIII, (1), 442 pp, demi-basane rouge de l'époque, dos lisse, Première édition française, traduite de l'anglais et annotée par le Dr. L. Cruet. Mors supérieur fatigué. David, p. 268.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        KOCHELSEE., Blick von Schlehdorf über den Kochelsee zum Herzogstand, vorne Ort und Kloster.

      Öl auf Pappe, um 1880, 34 x 25 cm. Dekoratives Gemälde, mit einer Bäuerin im Vordergrund und einem Kahn auf dem See staffagiert. - Minimale Bereibungen im Himmel. Im zeitgenössischen Goldrahmen. BAYERN, Gemälde, Oberbayern

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        Blick von Schlehdorf über den Kochelsee zum Herzogstand, vorne Ort und Kloster.

       Öl auf Pappe, um 1880, 34 x 25 cm. Dekoratives Gemälde, mit einer Bäuerin im Vordergrund und einem Kahn auf dem See staffagiert. - Minimale Bereibungen im Himmel. Im zeitgenössischen Goldrahmen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Gemälde, Oberbayern

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl]
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        The Power of Movement in Plants.

      London: John Murray,, 1880. With illustrations. Octavo. Original green cloth, spine lettered in gilt and with gilt decorative border at ends, covers blindstamped, brown coated endpapers. With the publisher's 32-page catalogue, dated May 1878, to the rear. With 196 woodcuts in the text. Bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown. Slight rubbing to extremities, tiny nick to head of front joint, small glue residue to front free endpaper; an excellent, largely unopened, copy. First edition, first issue, with 32pp. inserted adverts dated May 1878 and with two lines of errata at the foot of page x. "The first edition was published on November 6, 1880, and it is recorded that 1,500 copies were sold at Murray's autumn sale" (Freeman). The collaborative authorship proclaimed on the title page reflects Darwin's concern to introduce his children into the world of science. Francis Darwin had trained as a doctor but turned from medicine to botany, initially working as secretary and assistant to his father. In 1876 he had been for some months at the University of Würzburg, learning laboratory methods from Julius Sachs. "The book was an extension of Charles Darwin's work on climbing plants and it showed that the same mechanisms can be observed in plants in general. By extending the idea of irregular circumnutation the Darwins analysed the growth movement of plants in response to factors of the environment such as light, gravity, and wounds. In addition, they demonstrated that the mechanism of curvature in both roots and shoots was the result of differential growth rates. They could also confirm that the effect of the stimuli on the growth movement was indirect and that light and gravity act on some substance in the tip of the root and the shoot, which is transmitted to other parts of the plant. Francis Darwin later refined some of the experimental techniques and modified their theoretical conclusions" (ODNB). This copy with the compliments slip of bibliophile Arnold Muirhead (1900–1988) laid-in.

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        Album contenant 414 échantillons de "frivolités", dentelles ou broderies réalisées à la main, au crochet ou à l'aiguille.

      sans éditeur (pièce unique), Sans date (Circa 1880-1890)., Sans lieu (Abbeville?), - 31 planches comportant 414 échantillons. Cet ouvrage est exceptionnel de part son volume, le nombre de ses échantillons et son très beau cartonnage illustré, très original. Mentions manuscrites (postérieures?) sur la page de garde. Un pochette vide en papier marbré sur le second contre-plat. Livres Quelques défauts sur les plats, mors fragiles, sinon très bel et rare exemplaire. Reliure en pleine percaline rouge, dos lisse, premier plat illustré de dentelle au crochet et portant la mention "Album Ouvrages au crochet". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie l'Art et la Manière]
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        Femme arabe syrienne.

      ca. 1880. Original photograph, albumen print, 27,5 x 21,6 cm, on mount, signed and numbered No. 692. KEYWORDS:syria/photo

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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