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        John Inglesant: A Romance

      Birmingham: Cornish Brothers, 1880, 1880. First edition, one of 100 privately printed copies. This copy is signed "J. Henry Shorthouse / Lansdowne, Edgbaston" on the verso of the title page. Sadleir 3054; Wolff 6300. Spine water-stained; parchment a little soiled; some scattered foxing; good, sound copy.. 8vo, original white parchment boards, red lettering. An adventurous philosophical romance set in England and Europe of the early 17th century. John Inglesant was first published at the expense of its unknown author, an obscure middle-aged manufacturer in Birmingham. A copy came to the attention of Mrs. Humphrey Ward (who had recently published her first novel), and its strong themes of devotion in the face of religious and social upheaval strongly impressed her. She passed her copy on to Macmillan and that firm brought out the trade edition in 1881. John Inglesant became an immediate success, selling upwards of 80,000 copies, bringing literary fame to Shorthouse and ensuring the novel a place among the minor Victorian classics.

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        Bords du Nil, à Béni-Hassan. Fellahines portant de l'eau.

      ca. 1880. Original photograph, albumen print, 27,3 x 36,3 cm on mount, singned and titled, no. 170. KEYWORDS:egypt/beni hassan/photo.

      [Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books]
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        Sahha Arrosant.

      ca. 1880. Original photograph, albumen print, 26,2 x 20,5 cm, on mount. Photograph no 543. KEYWORDS:egypt/photo.

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      ca. 1880. Original photograph, albumen print, 26,5 x 20,6 cm, singned and titled, no. 321. KEYWORDS:egypt/photo.

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      Printing House of Matthews Bros. & Bryant, Office of the "Buffalo Morning Express," 1880., Buffalo - First edition. 8vo. Lithograph front & rear pictorial wrappers, 135 pp., introduction, double column, illustrated, 14 full-page lithograph plates, folding color map (21 1/2" x 15 1/2") of Texas affixed to the front of the booklet. The map is a color map of the state of Texas published by the International and Great Northern Railway and the entire route beginning in St. Louis and Cairo, Missouri, through Arkansas, and into all points in Texas are outlined in red. Further stated "The extension of the line from Austin to San Antonio is now in process of completion, and it is confidently expected will be open for business to San Marcos, 30 miles west of Austin by September 15th, New Braunfels in October or November, and to San Antonio by December." Two other charts are provided with one advising of the lines owned and operated by the International & Great Northern R. R. Company, and the other provides the distances by this line and connections from Chicago, St. Louis, Cairo, and Little Rock to destinations in Texas. The artwork for the front and rear covers is done by the Maerz Lithography Company of Buffalo, New York. Home sites along the line of the International and Great Northern Railroad are provided in detail on a county by county basis. Fifty-two Texas counties are discussed with tract numbers provided along with number of acres, selling price, terms of sale, etc. for each available tract of land. Additionally information on average wages per day for tradesmen is provided along with the prices of stock, tools, provisions, etc. After a general description of the potential new settlers, there is a summary of the Constitution of the State relating to settlement and property, with some forward thinking provisions for women's rights, information about wages and prices, and then a county by county description of the state, including a listing of land for sale with cost. A great promotional booklet to encourage emigration to Texas. Light wear to the head of spine, top three inches of front cover beginning to loosen, tiny closed tear to the bottom edge of the front cover, interior clean and tight, map in fine condition, overall a very good copy of an informative booklet. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Island Life: Or, The Phenomena and Causes of Insular Faunas and Floras, Including a Revision and Attempted Solution of the Problem of Geological Climates.

      London: Macmillan & Co., 1880. Pages xvii, 526. Bound in original dark green cloth with gilt vignette to front board, all titles and rules to spine in gilt. A very good copy of this rare book with the original endpapers. Island Life is one of the foundation works of zoogeography. . . Wallace was the first to use the new knowledge of Pleistocene ice ages to explain certain phenomena of animal distribution and in Island Life he speculated about the possible causes of glaciation. He was one of the few nineteenth-century scientists to realize that astronomical cause alone would not suffice, but had to be combined with a corresponding elevation in the northern land mass.' 'Island Life. . . his great contribution to biology' (Knight 181). An interesting and important development in the theory of evolution of which Wallace was the co-discoverer with Darwin. . First Edition. Very Good.

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        The Forty-Fourth Indiana Volunteer Infantry

      LaGrange, Indiana: Self published, 1880 This is one of the most visually attractive regimental histories I have seen.It is bound in black leather with gilt double borders at the top and bottom, a gilt image of a soldier on front and an elaborate of a crest, canon, eagle flag and rifles on back, all this over a black leather cover. 293 pp with two folding maps that quite probably have never been opened. A stunning very good to near fine copy.

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        After a Good Run.

      Ackermann, Arthur, London 1880 - Image Size : 363x707 (mm), 14.25x27.875 (Inches), Platemark Size : 493x815 (mm), 19.375x32.125 (Inches), Paper Size : 515x840 (mm), 20.25x33 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring, Aquatint

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        [Lundy, California Roads to Mines]

      W. T. Booth, Traveling Photographer. Large format photograph on a tan mount [8" x 10"] W. T. Booth backstamp. In pencil on the reverse: "Lundy, and roads to May Lundy Mine, 1880's.

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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      25 April 1880, Cambridge - A 2-page AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED on two sides of an 8-3/4" x 7" sheet of paper, folded once, to an unidentified recipient inviting him to dine at his home and telling him which "horse-car" would be best to take from Boston. SIGNED "Henry W. Longfellow." Normal folds from mailing. Near Fine [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Victorian Vanity - A Collection of 71 mostly Victorian Trade Cards Relating to Complexion Care, Hair Renewers & Whisker Care

      1880s. This collection of predominantly advertising trade cards demonstrates the emergence of vanity products towards the end of the Victorian era. The collection concentrates 33 advertisements on hair renewers promoted to cure all hair imperfections. It claimed to return aging hair to its original color, prevent or reverse baldness, keep dandruff away and make hair grow thick and strong. Additionally it was to add luster and was recommended for people of all ages. Products include Barry's Tricopherous, Columbia Herp. C. Hair Tonic, Currier's Cocoanut Cream, Hair Vine Nature's Remedy, Elick's Hair Tonic, Burnett's Cocoaine and Hall's Hair Renewer. It includes 30 pieces relating to Complexion care - creams, balms, toilet powder, toilet soap, face powder, salves. They claimed to improve rough hard skin, refresh, soothe and heal. Toilet Powder claimed to remove tan, sunburn, greasiness or oilness, unnatural dryness, freckles, redness, pimpms and other skin troubles as well as conceal blemishes of disease. Toilet powder was designed to make the skin graceful and matrons look twenty again. Burnett's Kalliston Toilet Water made an additional claim of affording instant relief for 'itching Piles'. American Beauty Cream claims to be made from Cucumber Juice and never spoils! Finally this grouping includes a booklet titled Beauty's Boudoir - Useful Toilet Hint that also includes testimonials from actresses. Products include Dr. Hebra's Viola ream and Viola Skin Soap, F. S. Cleaver's Terebene Soap, Beethanms Glycerine & Cucumber, Hagan's Magolia Balm, Freeman Face Powder, Cream of Lilies, Elite Toilet Soap, Burnett's Kalliston and Cologne Water, Field's Rose Salve, Vogeler's Fedora Toilet Powder, American Beauty Cream and finally Chaplin's Liquid Pearl producers of Beauty's Boudoir Useful Toilet Hints booklet. Lastly the collection is not limited to female vanity but includes 8 advertising cards for Buckingham's Whisker Dye with various methods including metamorphic cards of depicting before and after effects of the product always making the man appear significantly younger. The dyes were in black or brown and usually accompanied by promotions for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer for men to prevent baldness among other things. The majority of imagery is of physically attractive, affluent people most with perfect hair, skin and features. Additional topics include flowers and children.

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        Autograph letter signed. Ostende, 26. VII. 1880.

      1880. 8vo. 5 pp. on 4 ff. To one unnamed Count (presumably Count Rudolf Chotek), thanking for spending some memorable days in the hills of Fruška Gora. - On stationery with printed letterhead "Pavillon d'Ostende".

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        Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, consisting of old heroic ballads, song, etc. A new edition edited by Edward Walford, M.A., with a glossary and life. Portrait and original illustrations.

      Frederick Warne and co., (1880)., London: - At head of title: The Lansdowne Poets. Small 8vo. 438 pp. Engraved illus. Original full green blind and gilt-stamped calf, spine gilt, maroon leather spine label, a.e.g. School prize award mounted on front pastedown (1882). With a fine fore-edge painting showing The Tower of London and Mint from Tower Hill (1842), after Thomas Shotter Boys (English engraver, 1803-1874). Painted circa 1970s by Don Noble [unsigned]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA]
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        The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges, and Ferns of Great Britain. And Their Allies The Club Mosses, Pepperworts and Horsetails.

      London / New York, Frederick Warne & Co. / Scribner, Welford & Armstrong, (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. Spines a little darkened. Some minor foxing to endpapers, bookplates to front endpapers “Roberti Andrews”, with bookbinders labels to corners “S.Waterhouse, Bradford.” Some areas of mild foxing to pages otherwise inside pages and plates very clean and tight throughout. 318 very nice colour chromolithographic plates. 1 b/w plate. Approx. 350pp. per each vol.

      [Bookseller: The Antique Map & Bookshop]
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        Ernst Albert Fischer-Coerlin. - Rittergelage. - "Fidelitas".

      - Historische Malerei. Zeichnung / Tusche, Bleistift und Aquarell, mit Goldfarbe, um 1880. Von Ernst Albert Fischer-Coerlin. 24 x 70,4 cm (Darstellung ) / 31 x 73,3 cm (Blatt). Unten links innerhalb der Darstellung signiert, darüber betitelt. - Teilweise unvollendetes Aquarell mit einer Wirtshausszene unter freiem Himmel. Unten mit ornamentalem Pflanzen- und Blattwerk sowie mit Fischotter, Katze und Krähe. An langen Tischen sitzen Ritter und Knechte in bierseliger Stimmung. - Unvollendetes Aquarell, Unterzeichnung teilweise sichtbar. Goldfarbe des Rahmens partiell abgeblättert. Ecke oben links mit Knickspur, Ecken etwas bestoßen. Passepartout verso oben montiert. Insgesamt guter Zustand. Ernst Albert Fischer-Coerlin (geb. 1853 Cörlin). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. Studium an der Akademie Berlin. Meisterschüler bei Anton von Werner. Breites Schaffensspektrum über Supraporten, Historienbilder, Urkunden, Taufbriefe u.a. Regelmäßige Ausstellungen in der Großen Kunstausstellung Berlin. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Gallery of the Celebrated Landscapes of Switzerland (Titel auf Einband: Gallery of Swiss Landscapes. Celebrated views of Switzerland).

      Zürich, Preuss / London, Rothe (um 1880). - 4°. (33) Bll. (Texte), 100 Fotos auf 100 Bll. Originaler illustrierter Pergamenteinband, Goldschnitt. Erste Ausgabe. Die Fotos zeigen Landschafts- und Städteansichten aus der ganzen Schweiz. Stellenweise etwas fleckig (einzelne Fotos gering betroffen), sonst ein schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LE LIVRE. Revue mensuelle. Bibliographie Ancienne. Bibliographie Retrospective.

      A. Quantin 1880-1889, Paris - 10 vols. 29x20. 431p + 392p + 400p + 423p + 409p + 396p + 394p + 395p + 402p + 380p,2h. Numerosas ilustr. en texto y láminas. Holandesa, nervios algo roz, conservan cubs. originales, corte sup. dorado. - Revista bibliográfica creada por Octave Uzanne, Después de estos 10 años de 'Bibliographie Ancienne' fue reemplazada en 1890 por 'Bibliographie Moderne'.

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        Oestliche Halbkugel-Westliche Halbkugel

      Vienna 1880 - Litografia a colori, stampata da Eduard H?lzel, mm 1080x1290. Montata su tela coeva e ripiegata. Mappa murale che raffigura i due emisferi terrestri in grande, mentre in piccolo ai lati sono rappresentati i die emisferi celesti e il mappamondo in proiezione di Mercatore al centro. Perfettamente conservato. cartografia.

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        Nouvelles Maisons de Campagne avec Plans Paris et ses Environs

      Paris: Francois Delarue. Folio. Very Good Minus. N.d., circa 1880. Folio, 38.5 by 29.5 cm. 100 color plates of stately homes (many modest in size but grand nonetheless in their presence), with house plans beneath the color image. Scarce, with only two copies listed on OCLC with the full complement of 100 plates, and three other copies with incomplete sets of plates. Soiling to the folio cover, and some wear to it as well. Some light scattered foxing on the edges. The pictorial images are all bright and lovely.

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        Nouvelles Maisons de Campagne avec Plans Paris et ses Environs Nouveau Recueil contenant un choix des plus jolis types de Constructions nouvelles exécutées aux environs de Paris, ou d'après les dessins inédits de plusieurs architectes distingués.

      Paris: Francois Delarue. Folio. Very Good Minus. N.d., circa 1880. Folio, 38.5 by 29.5 cm. 100 color plates of stately homes (many modest in size but grand nonetheless in their presence), with house plans beneath the color image. Scarce, with only two copies listed on OCLC with the full complement of 100 plates, and three other copies with incomplete sets of plates. Soiling to the folio cover, and some wear to it as well. Some light scattered foxing on the edges. The pictorial images are all bright and lovely.

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        Nouvelles Maisons de Campagne avec Plans Paris et ses Environs Nouveau Recueil contenant un choix des plus jolis types de Constructions nouvelles exécutées aux environs de Paris, ou d'après les dessins inédits de plusieurs architectes distingués.

      Francois Delarue, Paris - N.d., circa 1880. Folio, 38.5 by 29.5 cm. 100 color plates of stately homes (many modest in size but grand nonetheless in their presence), with house plans beneath the color image. Scarce, with only two copies listed on OCLC with the full complement of 100 plates, and three other copies with incomplete sets of plates. Soiling to the folio cover, and some wear to it as well. Some light scattered foxing on the edges. The pictorial images are all bright and lovely.

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      Berlin, Franz Ebhardt 1880. Kl.-8°. 3 Bll. (Titelei), 158(2) S. HLederbd. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden m. kl. Fileten u. Titel (auf mont. Papierschild) in Goldpräg. auf Rü., Deckelbezügen aus Sprenkelpapier u. marmor. Vorsätzen. Einbd. stellenw. berieben u. fleckig, im Text etw. gebräunt u. tls. abgegriffen, einzelne Aphorismen m. Rotstift markiert oder auch kommentiert. \"WG² 10; Kosch III, 798. EA. Die geistreichen Aphorismen erfreuten sich rasch großer Beliebtheit, sodass in recht kurzer Folge weitere, vermehrte Auflagen entstanden. - Auf Schmutztitel mit eigenhändiger, datierter (Wien 24/5 1880) u. unterzeichneter Widmung der Verfasserin \"\"Meiner lieben Flora in treuer Freundschaft\"\". Aus dem Nachlass der österreichischen Schriftstellerin und Redakteurin der `Wiener Zeitung` Florentine Galliny (1845-1913). G. schrieb, teils unter dem Pseudonym `Bruno Walter`, feingeistige Feuilletons für zahlreiche Zeitungen und Zeitschriften.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Widmungsexemplare, Belletristik, Österreich, Erstausgaben

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        Le meurtre de Kudo Suketsune par Goro Tokimune

      Original print. Triptych of three interconnected prints (taped to the back of a strip of paper) .Three sheets joined into one. Hole at each end. A lack in the left margin. A twelfth century central.Au fold Tokimune avenge the death of his father by killing his murderer, Kudo Suketsune. Toshihide was a pupil of Yoshitoshi, his prints are characterized by a mixture of Western and Traditional. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Matsunaga Sakujiro 1880 35x72cm (Oban triptyque) une feuille

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        Atlante di carte celesti contenenti le 634 stelle principali visibili alla latitudine boreale di 45°. Catalogo delle posizioni medie di dette stelle per l anno 1880

      Stamperia Reale, Torino 1880 - Bross. ed. staccata, con notevoli mancanze e tracce d usura. Minime fioriture altrimenti ottimi interni. Raro. Album (cm. 40,5x56), 1 cc.nn., 12 tavv. litografiche, 1 c.nn. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM] Aborigines, Melbourne, Geelong, Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand

      Between 1880 and 1885. A fine nineteenth century travel album of commercially produced photographs. Large quarto, 300 x 240 mm, full pigskin with tooled decoration and gilt rule, owner's name 'Frederick Brock' inscribed on the decorative title page, containing 48 large format albumen print photographs (average size approximately 210 x 150 mm), mounted back-to-back on thick boards, all with contemporary handwritten captions in pen by Frederick Brock on the mount beneath the image. The majority of the photographs are of locations in Victoria, and include views of Melbourne; Fernshaw and the Dandenongs; Cape Schank; Sorrento; Geelong; Queenscliff; Healesville; Bass River, Western Port; Merriang, and Aborigines at Corranderrk (one of King Billy and Queen Mary, the other of a group in the hop gardens, both by Fred. Kruger); the remainder of the album includes views of Adelaide; New Zealand scenery (by Hart & Campbell); a native house in Levuka, Fiji; a Kanak village at St. Louis, New Caledonia; a native in banana plantation, New Caledonia; Government House, Noumea; waterfalls near Sydney; Sydney Heads; view of the village of Dunkar at the foot of the Himalayas; Bombay, and Rome. The condition of the prints is uniformly very good.

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        [ABORIGINES] Diorama of a bush scene, South Australian Court, Melbourne International Exhibition

      Albumen print photograph, 210 x 285 mm, laid down on its original album leaf of thin card, no photographer's imprint; the albumen print is in good condition with excellent tonal range, a small surface blemish to the right of the Aboriginal figures in lower left corner, and some fading towards the upper and right margins; the mount with a few light marks;verso with a smaller format albumen print (probably also of the interior of the Exhibition Building), showing a display of jewellery in cabinets, including one case with printed sign reading '... of the Hanau jewellers'. Another view of the same scene, taken from a slightly different angle, is held in the collection of Museum Victoria, as part of an album of 61 photographs of the Melbourne Exhibition of 1880 presented by the Trustees of the Exhibition to its Assistant Secretary, Thomas B. Hill. It is believed that the photographer Ludovico Hart was given a private commission by the Trustees to photograph the exhibition. The similar view in the Hill album has a printed caption, '49. South Australian Court. Bush Scene'. The diorama, which features two life-size wax models of a male and female Aborigine dressed in possum skin cloaks, is remarkably similar to a diorama sent by the Colony of Victoria to the London Colonial and Indian Exhibition in 1886. The two Aboriginal figures are positioned outside a mia-mia, with a small group of traditional implements scattered on the ground. Opposite the mia-mia is a settler's bark hut with animal skins hung on the walls. A selection of taxidermied fauna, including several wallabies, large goannas and native birds, adorns the middle ground, with an impressive painted backdrop overlooking the entire scene; around the front perimeter of the diorama are what appear to be small plots of mineral and/or soil specimens from various locations in South Australia. The diorama was designed by an English journalist living in Adelaide, Richard Twopeny (see McKay, Judith.A good show : Colonial Queensland at international exhibitions, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Cultural Heritage Series, Volume 1, Part 2b). Inspired by the success of the Melbourne Exhibition, Twopeny and his business partner, French entrepreneur Jules Joubert, staged their own smaller exhibitions in Adelaide, Perth and Christchurch in 1881.

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        Le Darwinisme Social (Social Darwinism)

      Paris: Derveaux, 1880. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. 1st Printing Xvi, 89 Pp + 1 Pp Catalog At End. Simply Bound With Brown Binder's Tape Spine And Brown Card Wrappers, Two Preliminary Blanks, Two Final Blanks. Pages Square And Unworn, No Marks. Small Area Of Light Damp-Spotting At Part Of Top And Bottom Of Most Pages, No Waviness To Pages. ?mile Jean-Marie Gautier (1853 - 1937) Was An Anarchist And Later A Journalist. He Coined The Term "Social Darwinism". He Obtained A Doctorate In Law. He Became A Disciple Of Jules Vall?s. Gautier Attended The Anarchist Congress That Met In London From 14 July 1881. Other Delegates Included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel And Marie Le Compte. While Respecting "Complete Autonomy Of Local Groups" The Congress Defined Propaganda Actions That All Could Follow And Agreed That "Propaganda By The Deed" Was The Path To Social Revolution. He Was Implicated During The Trial Of Peter Kropotkin, And On 19 January 1883 Was Sentenced By The Criminal Court Of Lyon To Five Years In Prison. On 15 August 1885 He Was Pardoned. Renouncing Political Activism, Gautier Worked At Various Newspapers, Including L'?cho De Paris, (Where He Met Octave Mirbeau), And Le Figaro, Where He Published "Documentary Chronicles". These Were Published As A Collection In 1992 Under The Title Les ?tapes De La Science (Steps Of Science). According To The Historian Of Social Thought Mike Hawkins, Emile Gautier Was The First To Use The Term "Social Darwinism" In His Pamphlet Of The Same Name Published In 1880 In Paris. He Became A Well-Known Popular Science Writer. His 1902 Fleur De Bagne (Prison Flowers), Written With His Childhood Friend Marie-Fran?ois Goron, Was An Ancestor Of Techno-Thrillers And Crime Dramas With Science Themes.

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        Kamilaroi and Kurnai : group-marriage and relationship, and marriage by elopement

      : drawn chiefly from the usage of the Australian aborigines : also the Kurnai tribe, their customs in peace and war.Melbourne [etc.] : G. Robertson, 1880. First edition. Octavo, fine original embossed brown cloth (lightly rubbed), spine with gilt lettering, [8], 372 pp, frontispiece folding map of Gippsland,"Memoirs, the first by the Rev. Lorimer Fison, and the second by Mr. Alfred W. Howitt." (prefatory note), a fine copy, sound and bright. Pioneering studies of the Aboriginal peoples of Gippsland, eastern Victoria.

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        The Devotional Family bible

      ondon - George Virtue, 1880 Book. Good. Hardcover. A comprehensive family bible. Edited by Reverend Alexander Fletcher. Illustrated throughout, with forty plates to vol I and fifty seven plates to volume II. An engraved title page per volume. Undated, dated using Copac. Alexander Fletcher was a Scottish kirk minister and a Congregationalist divine in England. He wrote many devotional works. Condition: In uniform calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with rubbing to the spines and joints. A few marks to boards. rubbing to spines is mostly to the head and tail. Small chips to spine labels. Cracks to the joints of volume I resulting in the front hinge being weak and rear hinge tender. Cracks to the tail of both joints to volume II. Hinges to volume II are tender. Lacking front endpapers to volume I. Engraved title page has been damaged to volume I, lacking the top portion affecting readability. Prior owner's inscription has been coloured over to engraved title page. Small ink spill to the head of final twenty pages of volume I, not affecting text. Creasing to the title page and endpapers to volume II. Tape repairs to the first few pages of volume II. Prior owner's inscription covered to the verso of front endpaper to volume II. Internally, works are firmly bound. Pages are slightly age toned. Several small closed tears to plates throughout volume II, not affecting image. The oddmarks to pages. Plates to bothvolumes have small tidemarks to the tail of pages and spots. Tissue guardto start ofvolume I has an ink spill. Instances of marks to pages and occasional spots throughout, not affecting the text. Overall: GOOD..

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      Dublin: John Lawrence / M.H. Gill. London: W. Kent & Co. 1880 - A jolly account of the cricket tour of the Gentlemen of Ireland in the United States during the autumn of 1879. The author, Henry Brougham, was "one of them". Also among their number was the captain, Nathaniel Hone, Charles Barrington, brother of the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Sir George Colthurst, Hugh Gore, and Dr Arthur R.F. Exham. The bulk of the side was drawn from members of the famous Phoenix Club in Dublin. As an appendix, there are two colourful contemporary reports of the players and their deeds, one from the the New York Herald of September 12th, 1879, the other from the New York Daily Courier, September 18th, 1879. First Edition. 8vo. [iv] + 103pp. Original cloth-backed printed boards, sl rubbed. Foxing to the first dozen or so pages, also last few and page edges. Slight rubbing to the top edge and corners of the boards where the green paper covering has been removed in very small patches (at most 3-1mm) and a previous owner has made an attempt to cover the loss in a complimentary ink, only noticeable on very close inspection. Also small apparent crease mark to the lower left hand corner of lower boards. Otherwise a very good copy. Inscribed "with the Author's Compliments" to the fly-leaf. Ex-libris Robert Stratten Holmes, with his signature on the half-title page. [Padwick, 5772]

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      Boston: Rockwell and Churchill. Good+. 1880-1906. Hardcover. Tenth of February,1879 a petition was presented to the Board of Aldermen of the city of Boston, County of Suffolk. Attention was called to the worn, mutilated and illegible condition of Record of Deeds. April 13th 1880, first volume of Suffolk Deeds was printed, indexed and distributed . Mr. William Blake Trask an eminent investigator of local history copied the book by hand, carefully compared it with the original prior to print. Clean black cloth with gilt lettering on spine Condition range from G to G+, one VG, mild cover wear to spine ends, mended internal hinges Oxidized spine gilt.. Text tight and clean. Vol. 1 rebound. Publishing years for the 14 volumes; 1880, 1883, 1885, 1888, 1890, 1892, 1894, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1900, 1902, 1903 and 1906 . New England; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        [PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM] Australian Photographs

      1880-1885. A fine nineteenth century album of photographs compiled by a traveller. Oblong folio, 290 x 430 mm, full leather with blind tooled decoration, upper and lower boards with gilt ornament and upper board titled in gilt Australian Photographs, inner boards with gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, containing [119] albumen print photographs in various formats ranging from 100 x 170 mm to 230 x 290 mm, mounted back-to-back on [52] leaves of thick card, all with contemporary handwritten captions in ink on the mount beneath the images; a few of the prints and some album leaves with mild foxing, the vast majority of the albumen prints in fine condition; overall an attractive, well-preserved travel album of substantial proportions. Although the album was compiled in the early 1880s by a visitor to Australia, many of these commercial photographs date to the 1870s. No studios are identified, but the photographers probably include such leading names as N.J. Caire and Charles Nettleton (Victoria), John Degotardi, John Paine, Charles Bayliss and J.W. Lindt (New South Wales), Captain Samuel White Sweet (South Australia), George White (Queensland), Alfred Winter and Anson Bothers (Hobart), and Burton Brothers (New Zealand). The final photographs in the album - a group of three large format shots of the Roper River and a team working on the Overland Telegraph on the Gulf of Carpentaria - are all rare images, attributable to Samuel Sweet and dating to around 1872. Contents: Melbourne and regional Victoria (39), including St. Kilda Esplanade; Sandridge Pier; Burke & Wills monument; "Cerberus" in graving dock; view of Ballarat; gold mine at Sandhurst; view of Sandhurst; Hanging Rock. Sydney and New South Wales (14), including The Rocks and Darling Harbour from Observatory Hill; Lavender Bay; shipping at Circular Quay; Cockatoo Island from the North Shore; Garden Island; Solferino (a rare large format view of the northern New South Wales goldfields township, attributable to J.W. Lindt); Zig Zag Railway. Adelaide and South Australia (14), including Botanical Gardens; a sheep station; a cattle station; Mount Lofty. Brisbane and Queensland (15), including views of the Brisbane River; Government House; Sandgate Beach; gathering oranges, Brisbane; Breakfast Creek; a bush township; view on the Logan Road. New Zealand (18), including numerous views of the White Terrace and Pink Terrace at Rotomahana; Maori village; Manawatu Gorge. Hobart (16), including views of Hobart Town and Mount Wellington; Benevolent Asylum; New Harbour; fern bower. Far North Australia (3), including shipping on the Roper River; view on Roper River; Telegraph construction party, Gulf of Carpentaria.

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        Les petits hommes.

      - Feder-Tusche ( laviert ) v. P. Noel, um 1880, 46 x 31 Eine Stadtmauer, die im Vordergrund eingerüstet ist und auf der Arbeiter ( Maurer ) stehen. Unten ziehen in einer langen Reihe Zwerge ( kleine Menschen ) mit Spitzhacke und in typischer Kleidung vorbei. Die Szenen spielt wohl an der Küste. Links unten ein Bereich von 30 x 10 cm für den Txt ausgespart, bzw. mit dem Anfang des Textes auf vorgezeichneten Linien versehen: " Ses travailleurs virent arriver, un beau jour, une l'coupe de nains conduite par un étrange vieillard " . - Unten rechts doppelt signiert: P. Noel. - Auf festem Papier, randlich mit einigen hinterlegten Einrissen, links unten der Rand mit kleinem bis zu 1 cm breitem Abriss. - Die Ecken oben mit kleinen Stiftlöchern ( Befestigung; einige wenige Flecken.). - Sehr schöne Original - Illustration zu ? - [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Hardy's Oomoo and other first class Adelaide wines

      Melbourne and Sydney : Charles Troedel & Co., [c. 1880]. Lithograph printed in colour and gold, 525 x 705 mm, laid on linen, framed. A magnificent example of colonial printing. The central vignette with the Oomoo label features two Aboriginal hunters in an Australian landscape stalking kangaroos and an emu, flanked by a wreath of Sturt's desert pea (emblem of South Australia) and foliated vine leaves surrounding medals of prizes the wine has won at international exhibitions. Thomas Hardy arrrived in South Australia in 1850 and in 1853 planted shiraz and grenache grapes in a property a few miles out of the city on the banks of the River Torrens with an aim to 'create quality wines that will be prized in the markets of the world'. In 1857 his first vintage was sent in hogsheads to England and in 1859 he visited England with wine samples. Hardy launched Oomoo Wine in 1870. He named the wine after the local aboriginal word for ‘good’. A single example recorded in Australian collections (State Library of Victoria, donated by Troedel in 1968)

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        Indian Reminiscences

      Allen, London 1880 - pp xv, 263. Complete with photographic plates. Contemporary half morocco. With fine gilt crest stamped on spine and front board. Some foxing, but else a very nice copy. Rare [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Anah Dunsheath RareBooks ABA ANZAAB ILAB]
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        The Trumpet-Major.

      London: Smith, Elder & Co.,, 1880. A Tale. 3 volumes, octavo. Original red cloth, titles and illustration to front covers in black, titles to spines gilt, triple rule frames to rear covers, top edge untrimmed, others trimmed. Housed in a custom red cloth slipcase with red silk ribbon. Spines slightly faded, minor wear to tips, faint marks to rear covers, a couple of gatherings unopened; an excellent set in unusually bright cloth. First edition in book form of one of Hardy's lesser-known novels. Written during the year 1879 and serialised in the magazine Good Words (where it was bowdlerised by its Scottish clergyman editor), it is a tale in which Hardy compiled the three separate strands which at that time most affected his life. One strand was his own Dorset background, and in particular the idea of a family reminiscence; another is the strand of historical study, and in particular the concentration he was then giving to the years 1804–1805 and the effect of the then recent French Revolution. "These two strands... are firmly woven into the construction of the novel, and give it remarkable unity and a steady sense of reality. Hardy was determined that the charges of unreality, brought against 'The Return of the Native', should not be repeated" (Gittings). The third strand, natural in that Hardy was then writing with an idea of how his books might appear onstage, is that the characters are "universal figures from the traditional rituals of the theatre". "It was an inspired time to begin dramatic work. Ellen Terry had joined [Henry] Irving as his leading lady in 1878... Hardy's concentration in 1879 on theatrical matters held a great importance for the novel he was writing... The pattern of the book, embracing nearly every major character, derives from the old Italian Comedy of Masks, whose debased form, the harlequinade, was showing in nearly every Victorian theatre, burlesque and ballet" (ibid). In any event, The Trumpet-Major was a triumphant success with the critics; however, in spite of Hardy himself drawing the two vignettes for the volumes' front covers, the novel in book form did not sell well. On this copy the blank rear covers have a blind-stamped three-rule border; other copies are identical except for a two-rule border. Of the 1,000 copies printed, 600 were issued with the two-rule border (almost entirely to lending libraries), 1,500 were issued with the three-rule border a month or two later, and the remaining 20 unbound quires were remaindered two years later. Since the three-decker format was intended to be rented rather than bought by the public (the vast majority of first edition copies always went directly to lending libraries), it is increasingly difficult to find Hardy's pre-1890 novels in condition approaching this.

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      London: Tinsley Brothers. 1880. First edition, first printing. First edition, first printing. Three volumes. Inscribed presentation copy. Publisher's original green / blue cloth with gilt titles and decoration to the spine. Vol I 248pp; vol II 234+1pp ad; vol III 245+1pp ad. Half titles to all three volumes. Each volume firmly bound with the gilt bright, volume one with a three corner tear towards the top of the spine. The contents are spotted to the prelims with some offsetting of the author's inscriptions to two half titles, otherwise generally clean and bright throughout. One signature in volume II shaken. The author's third novel. Rare. Volume one is signed by the author on the front pastedown underneath which she has added the address “Meadow View / Hampton Hill”. Volume three is inscribed by the author on the front pastedown “From the author / To her dear Parents / General and Mrs Hopkins / September 29th 1880”. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        The Power of Movement in Plants Assisted by Francis Darwin with Illustrations Second Thousand

      London, John Murray, 1880 (1st.edition / 2nd.thous.). Hardback, 8vo. 7.5 x 5 ins. In dark green cloth covers with gilt lettering to spine. Blind embossed panelled boards. Dark brown endpapers. In very good condition. Cloth soiled at leading top corners, rubbed on edges and a little on boards and spine. Endpapers oiled at edges, rear endpaper chipped at top corner. “F. Hockliffe, Bedford” bookseller label to front, hinges cracked between endpapers (glue repair to rear), Some dark marks to edges of last index pages else pages very clean and tight throughout. Else a very good 1st edition copy. --- The first edition was published on Nov. 6th., 1880 and 1,500 copies were sold. In this issue there are 2 lines of errata which are corrected in the second thousand of the same year (this copy). In this issue, the advertisements may be the same as those in the first, but are more often dated November 1880. In these both and the 3rd. issue the title on the spine differs slightly from the one on the title-page. The book was not reprinted in England after the year of Darwin’s death until modern facsimile editions appeared. SCARCE , especially in the original cloth. 196 wood-engr.ills; Hf.title. Adverts.on verso of hf.title. pp.x/592 pp; Cat.32pp.(dated Jan 1879.).

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        The Works.

      London: J. S. Virtue & Co.,, [c.1880]. Imperial Edition. Edited by Charles Knight. With Illustrations on Steel from Pictures by C. W. Cope, R.A.; W. P. Frith, R.A. … and others. In two volumes. 2 volumes, folio (370 x 270 mm). Contemporary purple half morocco, purple cloth boards, raised bands, compartments lettered and elaborately decorated in gilt, marbled endpapers, edges gilt. Engraved vignette title pages, frontispieces, and 42 plates with tissue guards. Bound with earlier variants of both Lists of Illustrations. Boards a little marked, occasional foxing to plates, otherwise a fine set. An attractive Victorian edition of Shakespeare's works, beautifully illustrated by some of the leading contemporary artists, with commentary by the great Shakespearian critic Charles Knight. Knight's "first major project as an author took shape in 1837, when he resolved to produce a pictorial edition of Shakespeare's works. He started searching for 'authentic' visual materials and began a critical reading of the texts. His edition was based substantially—indeed, too substantially—on the first folio edition, although he made comparisons with other quartos and, in some cases, with originals in the British Museum. His background reading led to a deep interest in Shakespeare's life and the edition, published between 1838 and 1841 (he published six later editions of the works of Shakespeare), was prefaced with a one-volume biography. Knight succeeded in contextualizing Shakespeare's life as no biographer except Nathan Drake had done, and in dismissing a couple of the more absurd legends surrounding the playwright's early life" (ODNB).

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        Across the Zodiac: The Story of a Wrecked Record Deciphered, Translated and Edited by . .

      London: Trübner & Co., 1880, 1880. First edition. Locke, Spectrum of Fantasy, page 96; not in Wolff, who had but one novel by Greg. Hinges and spine skillfully repaired; very good copy. Rare.. 2 vols, 8vo, original brown cloth, gilt lettering. A major work of Victorian science fiction, the story of "a flight, in a huge spacecraft powered by a force called apergy, to Mars, which is found to be populated by a scientifically advanced people" - Locke. The story purports to be a translation of a manuscript in Latin, which is discovered by a former Colonel in the Confederate army, after he is shipwrecked on an unknown island in the South Pacific. Percy Greg (1836-1889) was a journalist from Manchester, who had an interest in American history, particularly the Civil War; hence the Confederate character in an English novel of science fiction. He wrote several other novels and was a prolific contributor to Blackwood's, the Manchester Guardian, Fraser's, etc. See Allibone, Supplement, and the ODNB.

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      Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson & Brothers, 1880. First American Edition. Hardcover. Good. 430 pp. Publisher's blue cloth stamped in black with gilt titles on front. First American edition. Good. Cloth darkened at spine and frayed at spine ends and corners, lightly marked. Inner hinges appear repaired, small abrasion to front free end paper. Pages show an occasional corner crease, toning. First American edition.

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        Konvolut von 25 Fotografien mit Ansichten von Aarau.

      Aarau, (um 1860 - 1880). - Formate: 6,5 x 10,5 cm u. 11 x 17 cm. Beiliegend 3 weiter Fotografien aus dem Atelier G. Wolfsgruber (von Aarau) und G. Pujibet von Bordaux. - Friedrich-Zimmerli Gysi war Reisszeugmacher, Fabrikant und Daguerrotypist, eröffnete sein Atelier für Daguerreotypien 1843 in Aarau. Seine Söhne Otto (1834-1901) und Arnold (1837-1922) führten das Fotogeschäft nach dem Tode ihres Vaters weiter.

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