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        Looking Up the Toroweap From Vulcan's Throne [Grand Cañon District Atlas Sheet V]

      [New York]: Julius Bien & Co, 1882. Tinted lithograph by Julius Bien & Co. (Small tears to original fold). A fine image from "one of the grandest publications of the scientific explorations in the American West", by arguably one of the greatest American topographical artists who recorded this important era of westward expansion This magnificent image is from the atlas volume of the official government report of the first great geological survey of the Grand Canyon. The team assembled to carry out the survey included some outstanding talents: Clarence E.Dutton, the scientist; Jack Hilliers, the photographer, and William Henry Holmes and Thomas Moran as artist-topographers. Holmes had already taken part in the Hayden survey of 1872-1877, and after serving with the Geological survey from 1880-1884, he turned to Ethnology and Anthropology, becoming chief of the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1902. From 1930 to 1932 he was director of the National Gallery of Art. The intention of the survey of the Grand Canyon was strictly scientific, but as Dutton writes in his preface, "I have in many places departed from the severe ascetic style which has become conventional in scientific monographs." This is also true of Moran and Holmes: both were clearly inspired by their subjects. As Wallace Stegner wrote in his introduction to the 1977 reprint of the whole work "Later specialization has eliminated from scientific publications most of the elements that make The Tertiary History so charming. No report written as this one is written would now be published by any government bureau. No illustrators like Moran and Holmes would be permitted to illustrate it... A great book... The Tertiary History has kept its value precisely because it does not specialize". Cf. Francis P.Farquhar. The Books of the Colorado River & the Grand Canyon (Los Angeles: 1953) 73; cf. W.B.Reese & G.A.Miles Depicting America (New Haven: 1992) 40.

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        CHARLES DICKENS'S DRAMATIC READINGS As Read in America. Little Dombey; Bob Sawyer's Party; Boots at the Holly-Tree Inn; Bardell and Pickwick; David Copperfield; Doctor Marigold; Nicholas Nickleby at the Yorkshire School; Mrs. Gamp; Christmas Carol

      Lee & Shepard, Publishers, Boston 1882 - 9 (of 10 advertised) parts. Divers paginations. 12mo. Some extremity wear to binding, with front joint rubbed. Dickens centennial stamp to ffep. Prior owner has written titles to front wrappers [which only have printed series title]. VG to VG+. All 9 bound-in a late 19th C / early 20th C. maroon half-leather binding, by Riviere, with elaborate gilt decorated spine. TEG. Blue-grey eps. Original pale-orange printed [front] wrappers bound-in, which depict Dickens at the podium Later edition [Carol is an 1882 printing], deriving from the 1868 Ticknor & Fields publications. Cf. Wilkins p. 34; Gimbel B117 for this 1879 imprint of Mrs Gamp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Geschichte der Decorativen Wandmalerei in Pompeji, Text Volume + 2 copies of the Plate Volume (one complete with 20 plates, one lacking 2 of the plates)

      Berlin: G. Reimer. 1882. First printing. Hardcover. Good. 3 volumes--Text Volume + 2 copies of the Plate Volume (one complete with 20 plates, one lacking 2 of the plates). First edition, 1882. Text volume and 1 (of the 2) plate volumes bound in library cloth, other plates volume is original portfolio with loose plates and cloth ties, text vol. 462 pp., a total of 38 (complete run of 20 + 18 duplicates--duplicate vol. lacking plates 2 & 3) brilliant chromolithographs [measuring 16.5 x 20.75 inches / 42 x 52.5 cm], clean unmarked text, Good ex-library books with typical treatments (stamps, bookplate, pocket, etc.), soiling or age- toning to some pages, tips of some of the plates with a bit of creasing or wear, some wear to the one portfolio housing the loose plates. Text in German. Rare item, gorgeous chromolithos--11 of the 20 plates in color. Plates unmarked by library.

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        Storia di Ugone d' Avernia volgarizzate nel sec. XIV, non mai fin qui stampata

      Gaetano Romagnoli 1882 (Curiosità letterarie inedite o rare). Andrea, Da Barberino. Bologna, Gaetano Romagnoli, 1882. Storia di Ugone d' Avernia volgarizzate nel sec. XIV, non mai fin qui stampata. 2 volumi in - 16°, br., cop. orig. (uno strappo alla cop. del vol. II). XXXII, 334 pp.; 302 pp., 1 f. bianco. Edizione di soli 202 esemplari (es. nn. 178 e 174). Dorso del vol 1° rinforzato. Lievissime rifioriture in qualche pagina, peraltro ben conservati ed intonsi. Uff. scat. 6

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        The Scots Men-At-Arms and Life-Guards in France From their Formulation until their Final Dissolution. 2 volumes Limited edition

      Edinburgh: William Paterson. VG : in very good condition. Some light offsetting. Contents page of volume II slightly loose. 1882. 171/312. Half-leather cover. 290mm x 230mm (11" x 9"). xii,195pp; 232pp. Etched plates on Holland Paper. Contains lists of muster rolls. .

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        History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880: Negroes as Slaves, as Soldiers, and as Citizens

      New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1882]. Popular Edition. 2 volumes in one; octavo (23.25cm.); original dark green cloth, upper cover and spine embossed in gilt and black; xix,[1],481,[1];xiii,[1],611pp.; engraved author portrait frontispiece, tissue guard. Ex-Curtis Memorial Library with its early 20th-century bookplate to front pastedown accomplished in manuscript, no additional library markings; ownership bookplate to rear pastedown. Extremities rubbed, joints and hinges repaired, minor tape repair to tissue guard and title page. About Very Good. "With a preliminary consideration of the unity of the human family, an historical sketch of Africa, and an account of the negro governments of Sierra Leone and Liberia" - title page.

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        Memories of old friends. Being extracts from the journals and letters of Caroline Fox of Penjerrick, Cornwall. From 1835 to 1871. Edited by Horace N. Pym. ( Vorzugsausgabe - signiert und nummeriert sowie Widmungsexemplar Pyms )

      Smith, Elder & Co London 1882 ( First edition - Large paper edition, signed and numbered ( here No.19 from 30 nummered and signed examples ) from Horace N. Pym / Nummeriertes Nr. 19 einer Auflage von 30 Exemplaren auf büttenähnlichem Papier, handschriftlich signiert und mit Nummer 19 ( von 30 Exemplaren dieser Auflage ) nummeriert durch Horace N. Pym.. Mit Porträtfrontispiz Caroline Fox durch Hubert Herkomer. Mit XXVII, 355 Seiten, goldgeprägter OPergament über Holzdeckeln ( Signierter Einband: Buchbindersignet: *Bound by Simpson & Renshaw* ). Mit handschriftlicher 3-zeiliger Widmungs Pyms an George M. Smith, datiert January 1882 auf dem Vorsatzblatt. Der Einband angestaubt, etwas fleckig, leicht berieben ( Rückdeckel stärker berieben sowie mit kleinen Fehlstellen im Bezug ), der schmale Einbandrücken zum oberen Kapital hin etwas angeplatzt. Innen wenige Seiten gering fleckig oder stockfleckig. - in der hier vorliegenden signierten Vorzugsausgabe sehr selten, 4° ( 29,5 x 20,5 cm ) - ( Gewicht 2200 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available //additional pics on request ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Caroline Fox, Horace N. Pym, Pym, Simpson, Renshaw, Vorzugsausgabe, signiert, nummeriert, Büttenpapier, signed, numbered, Hubert Herkomer, George M. Smith, Google

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        Tertiary History [with: Atlas to accompany the monograph on the tertiary history] of the Grand Cañon district

      Washington: [text:] Government Printing Office, [atlas: Julius Bien & Co. of New York (for the Government Printing Office)], 1882. 2 volumes, quarto (11 ½ x 9 inches) and folio (19 7/8 x 17 ½ inches). Text: 'Department of the Interior… Geological survey' title. 42 plates, plans and maps, (including 2 chromolithographed views by Sinclair after Holmes, 17 wood-engraved views [8 after Thomas Moran, 9 after Holmes], 4 'Heliotype' plates), 10 double-page. Atlas: Mounted on guards throughout. 1p. letterpress text, otherwise lithographed throughout. Title, 12 double-page map-sheets after Dutton (11 printed in colors), 10 double-page sheets of views after Holmes (9) and Moran (1) (5 chromolithographed and 5 printed in tints), all printed by Julius Bien & Co. Expertly bound to style in deep burgundy-red half morocco over contemporary marbled paper-covered boards, spine in six compartments with raised bands, the bands flanked above and below by gilt rules, lettered in the second compartment A fine set of "one of the grandest publications of the scientific expeditions in the American West… [depicting] the Grand Canyon in a series of magnificent panoramas" (Reese & Miles. `Depicting America.' The work includes illustrations by arguably the two greatest American topographical artists to record this era of westward expansion: William Holmes and Thomas Moran. The atlas includes eight beautifully executed maps of the region on twelve sheets, as well as the ten sheets of views. The views include a number of images that are designed to form larger continuous panoramas. The greatest of these is Holmes view from Point Sublime in the Kaibab: the three chromolithographed sheets (numbered XVI-XVII), if joined, would form a single panoramic view with an image area measuring approximately 17 x 90 inches. It is interesting to note that the first of these sheets includes what may be a self-portrait and portrait respectively of Holmes and Dutton: two figures are visible at the edge of the canyon, one is seated and clearly sketching (Holmes) whilst the second figure bends down to examine his companion's work (Dutton). W.H. Holmes, whom William Goetzmann calls "the greatest artist-topographer and man of many talents that the West ever produced...his artistic technique was like no other's. He could sketch panoramas of twisted mountain ranges, sloping monoclines, escarpments, plateaus, canyons, fault blocks, and grassy meadows that accurately depicted hundreds of miles of terrain. They were better than maps and better than photographs because he could get details of stratigraphy that light and shadow obscured from the camera...his illustrations for Dutton's Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District are masterpieces of realism and draftsmanship as well as feats of imaginative observation." The team assembled to carry out this geological survey of the Grand Canyon included some outstanding talents: C.E.Dutton, the scientist; Jack Hilliers, the photographer and of course Holmes and Moran as artist-topographers. The intention of the survey was strictly scientific, but as Dutton writes in his preface, "I have in many places departed from the severe ascetic style which has become conventional in scientific monographs." This is also true of Moran and Holmes: both were clearly inspired by their subjects. The overall result is of a quality that would not be possible today. As Wallace Stegner wrote in his introduction to the 1977 reprint "Later specialization has eliminated from scientific publications most of the elements that make The Tertiary History so charming. No report written as this one is written would now be published by any government bureau. No illustrators like Moran and Holmes would be permitted to illustrate it... A great book... The Tertiary History has kept its value precisely because it does not specialize." Francis P.Farquhar, The Books of the Colorado River & the Grand Canyon (Los Angeles: 1953) 73; Goetzmann Exploration and Empire pp. 512-513; W.B.Reese & G.A.Miles Creating America (New Haven: 1992) 40.

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        Woordenboek der Nederlandsche Taal. (WNT). (Complete set A-Z, 40 volumes)

      's-Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff & Sdu, 1882 - 1998. 29 vols. and Supplement I. together in 40 bindings. (27 volumes in original half leather, rest in black cloth) Over 45.000 pages. Dutch text. (volumes 1 and 2 are loose in their bindings, few bindings sl. dam., some library markings, such as stamps or a ticket) Although still a very good set. See picture. ¶ A Dictionary of the Dutch language. One of the largest dictionaries in the world. It has over 400,000 entries of Dutch words from 1500 to 1976. The dictionary was almost 150 years in the making: the first fascicle (A-Aanhaling) was published in 1863 and the last (Zuid-Zythum) in 1998. (Three supplements (not present) to the original dictionary text containing modern-day Dutch words were published in 2001.).

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        Aus Persien. Aufzeichnungen eines Oesterreichers, der 40 Monate im Reiche der Sonne gelebt und gewirkt hat.

      Wien, R. v. Waldheim, 1882. 2 Bl., 260 S. mit 17 Holzschnitten im Text und auf Tafeln. HLeder der Zeit mit dekorativer RVergoldung Einband etwas berieben. Papierbedingt einheitlich gebräunt, ordentliches Exemplar. Versand D: 2,30 EUR

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        A Monograph of the Bucerotidae, or Family of the Hornbills

      [New York]: printed by Taylor & Francis of London, published for the subscribers by the author, 1882. 1 volume bound from the ten original parts, folio. (14 3/4 x 11 1/8 inches). 60 lithographic plates printed by M. & N.Hanhart (comprising: 57 plates by and after John Gerrard Keulemans, all hand-coloured by Mr. Smith, 3 uncoloured plates by and after Joseph Smit), occasional uncoloured illustrations. Near-contemporary green half morocco, spine in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in gilt in the second and third, date in gilt at foot of spine, original brown paper wrappers to all ten parts bound at the back, top edge gilt A fine copy of the first edition of this "comprehensive treatment of the entire family of hornbills" (Zimmer) from one of the best known American ornithologists of the second half of the nineteenth century, with illustrations by Keulemans, the most popular ornithological artist of the period. This is the important first monograph on this widely scattered family of extraordinary birds. "The Bucerotidae are pretty equally divided at the present day between the Ethiopian and Oriental Regions, the first having twenty-seven and the latter twenty-nine species, while but a few... are scattered about the islands of the Malay archipelago" (introduction). Hornbills are extraordinary not only for their physical appearance but also for their behavior - the most noteworthy shared trait amongst the species is the male's habit of "enclosing the female in the hollow of some tree, firmly fastening her in by a wall of mud, and keeping her close prisoner until the eggs are hatched" (introduction). The male will feed the female through a slit in the wall whilst she incubates the eggs. She will only break through the wall of mud and leave the nest once the young have hatched, at which point the wall is rebuilt and remains in place until the young are ready to fly. The bizarre beauty of this species is here ably captured by Keulemans highly accurate and beautifully observed plates. Keulemans was born in Rotterdam, Holland, in 1842, but worked and lived chiefly in England, working on most of the important ornithological monographs and periodicals published between about 1870 and his death in London in 1912. He was "undoubtedly the most popular bird artist of his day as well as being the most prolific. He was gifted with a superb sense of draughtsmanship and revealed his considerable versatility in capturing the significant subtleties of color, form, and expression in the birds... represented in his various illustrations" ( Feathers to brush p. 47) BM(NH) I,p.522; Fine Bird Books (1990) p.95; T. Keulemans & J. Coldewey, Feathers to brush... John Gerrard Keulemans , 1982, p.61; Nissen IVB 297; Wood p.331; Zimmer p.207.

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        Two manuscript and printed Chinese military albums, with integral notes, and translations of the text, and French titling: "Clef des Manoeuvres Anciennes des Chinois", and "Dessin des Manoeuvres a l'Europeenne", prepared by Frandon for the French Ministère des Affaires Etrangères

      [China, 1882. 2 volumes, tall thin folio. (22 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches). First volume: 18 double-page coloured images with woodcut, hand-coloured, colour-printed, letterpress and manuscript elements, depicting military battle formation plans (exercises 1-9 and 9 general formations), mounted to form a concertina fold-out, the mounts with blue/green silked edges; Second volume: double page manuscript introduction by Frandon bound in at the end, 24 double-page coloured images with woodcut, hand-coloured, colour-printed, letterpress and manuscript elements depicting military formation plans (exercises 1-24), mounted to form a concertina fold-out, the mounts with blue/green silked edges. Uniform binding of typical form: bevelled wooden boards, the upper cover of each work with the titles in Chinese characters cut out of black velvet mounted on gilt and red paper backing, with a manuscript title in French in black ink on red paper framed with card, each volume within a modern red cloth chemise, all contained within a single red morocco-backed cloth, spine gilt Provenance: Ernest Louis François Paul Frandon (1842-1904, signatures, text, etc.) A unique pair of manuscript Chinese military albums: a relic of the Sino-French War of 1883-1885. Ernest Frandon enjoyed a long and distinguished diplomatic career most of which was spent in a part of the world of great interest to France. Frandon describes this career in some detail in the manuscript 'Etat de Services' which he submitted when he was being considered for a Legion d'Honneur award in 1891. After working briefly in Spain, Frandon moved to Yokohama in November 1880. In November 1882 he received his first posting to China. in Shanghai. His work on the present albums date to the period from April 1883 when he was appointed 'gerant' or manager at the French Vice Consulat at Foutcheou (Fuzhow) in Fujian province. From July 1884 until the beginning of March 1885 he served in Calcutta, before being appointed Vice Consul in Kobe, Japan. He remained there for less than a year before returning to Fuzhow as French Vice Consul at the end of June 1885 where he appears to have remained for the rest of his active career (he retired in 1900). The early period of Frandon's first tour in Fuzhow seems to have been particularly eventful: he was able to provide important information about the harbour at Fuzhow, the Chinese fleet and the new naval yard (built under the supervision of Frenchmen). This all proved to be very useful to Admiral Amedee Courbet during the battle of Fuzhow when the vessels of the French Far East Squadron virtually destroyed the Fujian Fleet, one of China's four regional fleets. Specifically, in his 'Etat de Services' he notes that he sent a report on the defences of Fuzhow and that he found for Courbet the pilots necessary for the fleet to gain entry to the harbour. It appears that the gathering of military and naval intelligence was a significant part of Frandon's duties, and the present albums fall squarely into that category. In fact, according to his 'Etat de Services', Frandon clearly made maximum use of his command of languages during his diplomatic career and submitted a great many well-received reports on numerous aspects of his host nations' life and character. These appear to have varied widely in form, from straight-forward written reports, to the present albums which appear to be specifically referred to by Frandon, as reports on "les excercises militaries Chinois" and "les Forces militaries du Celeste Empire et l'effectif Europeen necessaire pour les vaincre." Frandon is also responsible for specially-commissioned albums of photographs of Chinese manufactured goods (these were exhibited recently to wide acclaim), to actual samples of 'native' goods and manufactures, to 'native' plants, all of which he collected and sent them back to France. Taking a pair of traditional military text-books as his starting point, Frandon here explains (in red ink) and interprets (in black ink) the text and diagrams. As he states in his two-page manuscript introduction in the second of the albums, his intention was to point out traits and weaknesses which could prove useful if a 'European' (i.e. French) army were ever to face the soldiers of the 'Celeste Empire'. The first album offers a key to the so-called 'ancient maneuvers', while the second concentrates on 'European maneuvers' introduced once the Chinese army was armed with European rifles. Each double page plate seems to have been carefully composed using a selection of smaller woodblocks (of individual figures, of small groups of figures, flags, small sections of buildings, tents, etc) which are combined in a way that illustrates each maneuver. Each of the plates in the first album includes extensive explanatory text printed in Chinese characters to one side (which is translated into French in Frandon's neat and legible hand), whilst the plates in the second album are identified only by titles. The use of these small individual woodblocks or stamps to form the plates would have given great freedom to whomever composed each plate, whilst also allowing for the outline of each plate to be completed relatively quickly. Colour was then added using a stencil process and the whole then finished off by hand: adding occasional details, or touches of additional colour. Intriguingly, the entry for Frandon in Figures Contemporaines tirées de L'Album Mariani (Paris: 1901, vol.VI pp.155-156) includes a foot note on page 156 which mentions that Frandon authored a two-volume work in 1883 titled Les Excercises militaries des Chinois , but we have not been able to find any other record of this ever having been published, and it may be that this refers to the present albums and Frandon's (unpublished) notes that they contain.

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Busseto, 14. V. 1882. - 8vo. ¾ p. on bifolium. To Signor Centi (?): "Ho ricevuto il libro [?] che è buono e [?] offrirle a spedirle un vaglia di Lire 101 a saldo. Le vaglia le verranno spedita domani o dopo. Con stima mi dico | Dato | G. Verdi".

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        Paris . Monuments élevés par la ville 1850 - 1880. Troisième Volume: Edifices consacrées aux Beaux-Arts. [Und:] Edifices religieux. (2 Teile, cplt.).

      Paris, A. Morel, / 1883 1882 - 2° (45 x 32 cm), 2 Titelbl., 24 S. Text m. Textabb., 23 Taf.; 1 Titelbl., 27 S. Text m. Textabb., 57 Taf., Lose Doppelbl. Text u. Taf. in Priv.-HLwd.-Mappe, Wenige Taf. etw. staubrandig u. randknittrig, sonst tadellos. Jeweils EA. Grundrisse, Ansichten u. Gebäudeschnitte in Stahlstich zu: Théatre du Chatelet, Théatre-Lyrique, Théatre de la Gaité, Théatre du Vaudeville, Musée Carnavalet, Pavillon d?Exposition de la Ville de Paris sowie zu den Kirchen Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Belleville, Saint- Bernard, Saint- Augustin, de la Trinité, Saint François-Xavier, Notre-Dame de la Croix a Ménilmontant, Saint-Pierre de Montrouge, Saint-Ambroise, Saint-Joseph, Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Notre-Dame D?Auteuil, Presbytère de l?Église Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet, Prebytère de l?Église de la Trinité, Temple Protestant de Grenelle, Synagogue Rue des Tournelles, Synagogue Rue de la Victoire. 4200 gr. Schlagworte: Architektur - Geschichte [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Aveux -

      Alphonse Lemerre 1882 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-8 215 pp. Reliure plein maroquin vert. Dos à 4 nerfs sautés. Couverture conservée. Toutes tranches dorées. Contre plats doublé en plein maroquin fauve avec un encadrement de fleurs dorées. Reliure signée Marius Michel. Dos passé. Bel exemplaire. EDITION ORIGINALE sur papier de Chine. Enrichi d'un envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à François Coppée. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal intime 1878-1881 - 1882-1885

      Edition originale, un des 60 exemplaires numérotés sur Holland papere, seuls grands papiers après 20 Japon.spine fendillé et légèrement décoloré, agréable état intérieur. Calmann Lévy Paris 1925-1929 20,5x20,5cm 2 volumes brochés

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        Thurgauisches Urkundenbuch. Herausgegeben auf Beschluss u. Veranstaltung des Thurgauischen Historischen Vereins.

      Schaffhausen, Brodtmann?sche Buchdruckerei (Brodtmann) / Frauenfeld, Kommissionsverlag von Huber & Co. [1882?]1967. - 8 Bände in 37 Heften/Lieferungen (cpl.). Gr.-8°. OBrosch. (gelegentlich kleinere Läsuren, allg. wenig gravierend). Etwas Alters-, Lagerungs- u. leichte Dislokations-, kaum eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, ident. Donatorenetiketten (passim). Gesamthaft recht gute, vollständige Serie. Die Urkundentexte in Latein und Mittelhochdeutsch. ? Enthält: Urkunden für die Jahre 724 bis 1400. ? Erscheinungsfolge : Band 1 von 1924 umfasste eine einzige Lieferung; Band 2 (5 Lieferungen, davon die ersten 4 hsgg. von Joh. Meyer) erschien in den Jahren 1882?1885 u. 1917 (Lief. 5); das erste Heft von 1882 (vgl. Barth 20842 u. Brandstetter Repertorium I, 1892, p. 14) hier in einem späteren Nachdruck ohne eigenes Titelblatt/Impressum; Bde. 3?5 in 5, Bde. 6 u. 7 in 6 u. Bd. 8 in 4 Lieferungen. ? Bearbeitungen der Bände/Lieferungen : J. Meyer: Bd. 2, Hefte [1]?4; / F. Schaltegger: Bd. 1, Bd. 2/H. 5, Bd. 3); / Ders. u. E. Leisi: Bd. 4; E. Leisi: Bde. 5?8. Mit Nachträgen und Registern. ?? Der erste Bearbeiter war Johannes Meyer (Rüdlingen 1835?1911 Frauenfeld), von Rüdlingen und ab 1866 von Schaffhausen. 1869?1908 Lehrer für Deutsch und Geschichte an der Kantonsschule Frauenfeld; 1880?1911 im Nebenamt Kantonsbibliothekar und Staatsarchivar. 1880?1910 Präsident des Historischen Vereins des Kt. Thurgau, 1898?1911 Schriftleiter des Vereins für Geschichte des Bodensees und seiner Umgebung. Unzählige Untersuchungen zur schaffhausischen und thurgauischen Geschichte sowie zur deutschen Sprachgeschichte. (Aus: E. Salathé, in HLS). Sprache: de, la, gm [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        BRIDGEMAN'S NEW RAIL ROAD & TOWNSHIP MAP OF NEW YORK

      New York, 1882. Expertly repaired, backed on linen, on contemporary rollers, trimmed in modern blue cloth. Minute creasing. Overall very good. An attractive map of New York State, featuring seven insets: a population table, a map of Manhattan, a map of Long Island, a list of principal cities and towns, a breakdown of congressional districts, a map of upper Manhattan and the Bronx, and a map of the United States. All of Lake Ontario is shown, as is the state's northwestern Canadian boundary. A nice view of the state as a whole, with particular focus on its most important regions. Scarce. Not on OCLC.

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        ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH OF CHIEF GALL, A HUNKPAPA DAKOTA INDIAN

      William R. Cross, Photographer, n.d. (circa 1882-1887)., n.d. (circa 1882-1887). 6.5" x 4.5" cabinet card image of "Gall, Leader at the Custer Massacre. The Great Orator of the Sioux Nation." A rare image of this important Dakota warrior, leader, and chief. Along with Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, Gall resisted efforts by the U.S. Government to annex the Black Hills. Gall, enraged by the slaughter of his family, led the charge across Medicine Tail Ford to attack Custer's main forces on the other side of the Little Bighorn River. Afterwards Gall accompanied Sitting Bull, escaping to Canada where Gall remained until November, 1880. Gall was first photographed by D.F. Barry at Ft. Buford in northwestern Dakota Territory in 1881. Later known images by D.F. Barry and others date to 1888 and 1894. These later images show a somewhat heavier Gall with a distinctive scar appearing on his chin. The photograph offered here is clean and clear and the scar on his chin appears to be fresh and unhealed, unlike the published later images. The photographer, William R. Cross had a studio in Hot Springs, S.D. and Niobrara, Nebraska, and is known to have done "field-work at the Dakota Reserves." Gall lived on the Standing Rock Reservation from 1881 until his death in December, 1894. The back of this cabinet card is printed: "Photographic Artist. Cross. South of Post-Office, Hot Springs, S.D. Views and Portraits." A fine, exceptional, and rare image of this important Hunkpapa Dakota warrior and chief.

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        COLTON'S NEW MAP OF LONG ISLAND

      New York, 1882. Bound into original tall brown cloth boards, stamped in blind and gilt, rebacked by white paper. Splits on folds neatly repaired. Very good. With a large inset of "Brooklyn, New York, Jersey City, Hoboken, etc." This is probably the largest commercially published map of Long Island to date, which indicates the increasing population and importance of Long Island. Development in the eighteen years since the publication of the 1865 map has been dramatic. Explosive growth can be seen throughout Queens, especially in Jamaica and Garden City. Railroads now crisscross the island, with the Brooklyn & Montauk Railroad extending along its southern coast as far as Sag Harbor. The map was evidently first introduced in 1873. Rumsey (167) lists a 1888 edition. Not in Phillips.

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        Manuscript - Unpublished Lecture Notes on "Ancient Modes of Travelling"

      England, 1882. The writer presents himself as a namesake of John Taylor (1578-1653), known famously as the Water Poet, and is therefore presumably a descendant. He may possibly be John Taylor of Plymouth, horse currier [a person who curries horses - to curry-comb and prepare a horse]. The National Archives, Plymouth and West Devon Record Office, holds a mortgage (1867) and assignment papers (1870-1887) relating to this John Taylor, currier. An accompanying photographic postcard names a Mr. Sydney Taylor who was evidently affiliated the Plymouth Photographic Society and whom is most likely a relation, which may also lead to details about the author's lineage. Excerpts from the manuscript: "My object is to trace the progress of locomotion, to contrast the old times with the present, to mark the marvellous changes that have taken place, to note the conquests over difficulties..." "...man is also induced with strong feelings of curiosity, and desires for investigation, and to this there seems to be no limit - he will pry into every corner of the world - he climbs the mountains and peeps into the mouths of the volcanoes - he burrows into the earth and searches for treasure there - he traverses the surface, across its oceans, or dives into the deep - no place seems too remote for his perseverance over the material - of mind over matter. " "To assist him in his travels many of the animals have been utilized - the ass, the horse, and the camel were in very early days... representations on the Egyptian and Assyrian monuments... Sledges were used for transporting the dead..." "... When the horse was first reduced to submission and servitude we cannot tell... but it is believed that horses were first used to draw the luxurious or triumphal chariot or war-car... " "...Yoked in couples to the war-chariots, they formed the strength of the Egyptian Army... Egypt possessed a very valuable race of horses - specimens of which still linger in the Valley of the Upper Nile." "... It is worthy to notice that the Jews were forbidden to raise large companies of Horse like other nations, or to go down to Egypt to purchase them, less they should make improper treaties with the heathen, and put their trust in their horses & chariots rather than trusting in Jehovah." "... as a beast of burden the camel is most remarkable and the wisdom of the creator is most strikingly displayed in its adaptation to the Eastern World... his legs & thighs are stripped of every muscle, not essential to their movement... his foot is cushioned with a spongy pad, specially suited to a dry sandy surface... stomach is provided with water-cells... the hunch upon his back is really a storehouse from which the body is nourished when food is otherwise not obtainable..." "... When Jacob fled across the Wilds of Mesopotamia we read, 'He rose up, and set his sons and wives upon camels', in like manner do the Arab migrate in the present day. There is one species of the camel, called Dromedary, which is distinguished for its fleetness and which is generally used for conveying intelligence... said to travel up to 100 miles in 24 hours... When your 'ship of the desert' has been called he begins to move, he carries the two legs on either side alternately... a continuous succession of jerks... a sensation akin to sea sickness..." "... a description of Eastern modes of travelling holds good for ancient or modern times... travel in the morning and evening, and rest in the heat of the day... There are no inns or hotels... Caravanserai - these are generally walled enclosures, with a well in the centre, a large hall in the middles of each side... with sleeping accommodation right & left. Each traveller carrying his own necessaries, a carpet or mattress... coffee pot..." "... The Southern tribes of the Ancient Britons, had at the time of the invasion, made some advances in artificial locomotion, for they fought on horseback, and in chariots or carts...manages with much skill. " "In 1285 during the reign of Edward 1st an Act was passed 'to clear the ground on the sides of all main roads for the width of 400 feet' that travellers may not be surprised by robbers, who concealed themselves in the tangled woods..." "During the reign of Mary & Elizabeth however no less than 25 Acts were passed... described places such as the Strand & Charing Cross in London, as being full of sloughs and encumbrances, very jeopardous to travellers, on horse back or on foot, in winter & summer, night or day." "In 1703 Charles 3rd, King of Spain... on his way from Portsmouth... to Windsor... Prince George the husband of Queen Anne went there to meet him... one of the attendants writing an account of the journey... the Prince knocked about for 14 hours... his highness's body-coach would have suffered damage if the nimble country people had not frequently supported it with their shoulders..." "... routes near London were haunted by mounted desperados, the thick forests were places of refuge for fellows more lawless and wicked than the Bedouin Arabs of the desert..." "The earliest drawings we possess of any vehicles used in Britain are those of the Saxon times... carriages called wheel-beds... they very much resemble a sailor's hammock hung by 2 hooks... an ingenious contrivance in those days before springs were invented..." "During the middle ages almost all riding and travelling was on horseback... the feats of horsemanship were remarkable for their dexterity..." "... The records of these times [14th Century] are rich in the description of the magnificence of the horsemen, on all state occasions... When Henry 4th was crowned he made a triumphant entry into the city of London with 6 thousand Horse..." "Travelling waggons were introduced in the 14th Century and were used by persons of high rank... The public carriers however who conveyed goods from town to town usually did their work by means of pack horses... the sign of the Pack Horse Inn still remains in many places as a reminiscence of the past..." "The introduction of Coaches took place about 300 years ago, the first we know of was introduced by a Dutchman, William Boomen who became coachman to Queen Elizabeth... The first coach ever seen in Plymouth was landed by a nobleman in 1669: he proceeded to London and the journey occupied 12 days." "... when their use became more general [use of coaches] they were denounced and ridiculed... The Thames Watermen were the biggest foes, and no wonder for the River Thames had been the great highway of the Metropolis..." "One of the most notable of the Thames Waterman was a namesake John Taylor, known as the Water Poet... a genius... One of his tracts was entitled 'The World Runs on Wheels, or odds between Carts and Coaches' - dedicated to the Sacred Society of Hackney Men... After resting a little while my poetical namesake returns to the attack, he seemed to have had some respect for the old fashioned 2 wheeled cart, but the 4 wheeled coach was an abomination... he argued..." [John Taylor (1578-1653), known as "The Water Poet," was an English poet, and the first poet to mention the deaths of William Shakespeare and Francis Beaumont in print. He spent much of his life as a Thames waterman, and was a member of the ruling oligarchy of the guild of boatmen that ferried passengers across the River Thames in London in the days when the London Bridge was the only passage between the banks. He addressed, rather confronted, the coachmen, in his tracts 'An Errant Thief' (1622) and 'The World Runnes on Wheeles' (1623). The latter was addressed "To the noble Company of Cordwainers, the worshipfull Company of Sadlers & Woodmongers; To the worthy, honest and lawdable Company of Water-men, And to the Sacred Society of Hackney-men, And finally, to as many as are grieved, and unjustly impoverished, and molested, with The Worlds Running on Wheeles."] "... one Saunders Duncombe petitioned King Charles 1st for a patent for sedan chairs which he had seen in other countries... the first sedans were borne on men's shoulders... it was thought to be degrading men to the condition of horses, yet for more than 150 years they were continued in use..." [In 1634, Sir Saunders Duncombe patented his own version of the sedan chair and obtained a monopoly on the rental of "hackney chairs" for fourteen years.] "After the Great Fire of London the streets were considerably widened, the coaches too were improved, and the driver got a seat on the Box..." "In 1669 a new vehicle was announced to run from London to Oxford, called the "Flying Coach"... Now there are several trains daily doing the journey in about 2 hours." "mail coaches... first started 1784, Mr. Palmer has the credit of originating the system... that letters should be carried by coaches, and as robberies were so frequent, armed men should accompany them... Mr. Palmer was denounced as a visionary... the mail coach period was but a brief one... gave way to the railways..." "For many years one of these fine old coaches called the 'Quicksilver Mail' used to create a sensation through Plymouth, a noted old celebrity Rich Blight was the driver..." "Before referring to the mighty revolution... the steam power... iron rail... let us notice the cabs and omnibuses... the system of canals, or artificial rivers..." "The word Foreigner is fast disappearing from the world's vocabulary, time is coming when it will be obsolete, the progress of locomotion is playing an important part in hastening the recognition of the oneness of the human race, the universal brotherhood of man... peace shall prevail, and truth be triumphant." End excerpts. . Very Good.

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         La science des philosophes et l'art des thaumaturges dans l'antiquité

      P., G. Masson, 1882, in 8°, de 220 pp. et 24 planches litho. h.t., pl. toile verte époque, étiquette au 1er plat, 1er plat de couv.cons., exemplaire très frais. Rarissime édition originale tirée seulement à 220 exemplaires. Cet ouvrage est consacré à l'histoire des sciences chez les Anciens, les différentes machines qu'ils inventèrent, l'influence de l'Ecole d'Alexandrie, et il contient surtout la première traduction française des "Pneumatiques" d'Héron d'Alexandrie et de Philon de Byzance. ¶ Caillet, n°9532 - Dorbon, n°4191 "...devenu extrêmement rare, St. de Guaïta ne le possédait pas dans sa bibliothèque".

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        Armée Française. Les Régiments sous Louis XV. Constitution de tous les corps de troupes à la solde de la France Pendant les Guerres de Succession à l'Empire et de Sept Ans

      Paris: Librairie Militaire de J. Dumaine; L Baudoin & Ce, Successeurs, 1882. First Edition. Half Leather. Near Fine. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. "The Regiments under Louis XV. Organization of All Units of Soldiers under the Pay of France during the Wars of Succession to the Empire and Seven Years War." In French. Complete with vii introductory pages, 120 pages of text, 8 chromolithographs of paintings, and 49 color plates showing regimental uniforms, standards, and flags. Covers the period from around 1700 through 1775 which includes the French and Indian Wars in North America. A truly impressive uniform reference. Sound binding. Clean pages with brightly colored regimental plates. Light wear to the cover.

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        TAHITI A Series of Photographs Taken by With Letterpress by Lady Brassey

      Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington 1882. . 1st Ed. Square 8vo. xii + 68pp. 31 autoype plates. Some very light browning, 1 plate very sl. creased along fore-edge, lacking front f.e.p., original bright gilt and cold. dec. blue cloth, lower corners and spine sl. discoloured and frayed, sl. cockled, a.e.g. Colonel Archibald Henry Plantagenent Stuart Wortley (1832-1890). A noted photographer who during travels to the Mediterranean during 1862 secured the process of the desired ?'instantaneous?' photograph. On his return to England his atmospheric Italian pictures showing the belching Vesuvius gained him membership of the Photographic Society of London. He visited Tahiti in 1880 with his wife. A collector of photographs herself, Lady Brassey, in addition to writing the letterpress was also involved with the publication of the book. US$842

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        Lord Palmerston.

      Wm. Isbister. (English Political Leaders.) 1882 - FIRST EDITION, first issue. Some light spotting in first few & last few leaves. Orig. brick brown smooth cloth, blocked & lettered in black; v. sl. marked. Armorial bookplate of Reginald H. Mardon. A v.g. copy. Trollope Society Catalogue 70; Sadleir 63. An exceptionally scarce title, with only one copy recorded at auction, 1979. Part of Isbister?s unsuccessful imitation of Macmillan?s series English Men of Letters. The Isbister series ceased after only three volumes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poor Archie's Girls. A Novel. In Three Volumes

      London: Smith, Elder & Co., 15, Waterloo Place. 1882. First. First edition. Three volumes. Publisher's smooth tan cloth with a decorative design blocked in olive-green over boards, lettered in gold on the spines, blocked in blind on the back covers, floral-patterned endpapers. Modest foxing to the back of the free endpapers and facing title and final text pages, else near fine. A scarce, handsome set. OCLC locates only 6 copies. .

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        Deutsche Pomologie. Chromolithographische Abbildung, Beschreibung und Kulturanweisung der empfehlenswerthesten Sorten Aepfel, Birnen, Kirschen, Pflaumen, Apricosen, Pfirsiche und Weintrauben. Band Äpfel (Erste Folge Nr. 1 - 50) Nach den Ermittlungen des Deutschen Pomologen-Vereins herausgegeben von W. Lauche.

      Berlin, Verlag Paul Parey, 1882. Titel, Widmungsbl.. Inhaltsverzeichnis und 50 Tafeln mit je einem Bl. Erklärungen 23 cm, Original-Halbledereinband Ex-Libris auf Vorsatz (Ernst Paulus Markneuenkirchen) guter frischer Zustand Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        The works of William Makepeace Thackeray. In twelve volumes. (=All)

      London, Smith, Elder & Co, 1882. Frontispiece with portrait of the author in the first volume, every volume with ca. 600 pages. Green Or.-Halflinenbindings. Format: 19 x 13,5cm. Copies are in a good condition. Only the backs are a little bit rubbed. Title page with slightly imprint of the frontispiece vis-à-vis. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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        The Mind of Mencius or Political Economy Founded upon Moral Philosophy. A Systematic Digest of the Doctrines of the Chinese Philosopher Mencius, B. C. 325. SIGNED by James Dyer Ball.

      London: Trubner & Co., Ludgate Hill, 1882 - First edition, first printing. Octavo, 21.5*15cm, xvi+293p. SIGNED by James Dyer Ball on title page. Translated from the German, with notes and emendations, by the Rev. Arthur B. Hutchinson, Church Missionary Society, Hongkong. Clean ex-library, theological school bookplate on front pastedown. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.

      1882 - (IRVING, Washington). The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1882. Two volumes. Royal octavo, early 20th-century full brown crushed morocco, raised bands, watered silk endpapers, all edges gilt. $3200.Edition de Luxe of Irving’s Sketch Book, featuring “Rip Van Winkle” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” richly illustrated with 150 wood-engravings printed on india paper and mounted throughout, number 84 of only 500 copies. This copy with an autograph letter signed by Irving with revealing content from his time in London skillfully window-mounted on a preliminary blank.This deluxe edition finely reprints and illustrates the well-loved sketches by the “Father of American Literature,” including the tales of Rip Van Winkle and Ichabod Crane. “Irving’s graceful, humorous, stylistically careful writing is in the tradition of Addison, Steele and Goldsmith,” and his Sketch Book was an immediate success in the United States when it was first published pseudonymously in seven parts in 1819-20 (Hart, 369). Like Emerson, Irving “married American literature to the literature of the world. He has every right to retain the title enthusiastically bestowed upon him, of ‘Father of American Literature.’ And if all else were lost, Rip Van Winkle and Ichabod Crane will live forever” (Kunitz & Haycraft, 407). The three-page letter, penned entirely by Irving and signed by him, on a folded sheet of 7-1/4 by 9-inch paper, is dated London, 13th July, 1831. In it Irving pleas with his correspondent to take care of a young man whom it would seem has been calling upon Irving and asking for money: “My dear Col, This young man has been again at my door when it was not in my power to see him. He said he had some message from you, & ended by getting some money of my servant. I entreat you to leave whatever is necessary for his relief down for him? I doubt whether for his own good he is to be trusted with money, let his board & lodging therefore be guaranteed, and paid by you, or your clerk at the end of the week, or on his departure. His clothes, if not yet redeemed & delivered to him, had better [not?] be delivered to him until on board ship: lest he should pawn them again. But do not let him want anything necessary for his comfortable subsistence until fairly afloat, when of course he will be taken care of by the captain. I am extremely sorry to give you this trouble, but you are in the way of taking care of these stray sheep and have fences about you who understand it & can take the trouble off of your head. I know not how to set about it, and am liable to be harassed and importuned and imposed upon by applicants of this sort. I shall refuse to see him, trusting that you will do all the needful for him. Very truly yours, Washington Irving.” Langfeld & Blackburn, 82. Only very light reinforcement to joints. Fine condition, with a wonderful signed autograph letter. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Aunt Louisa's London Favourite. Comprising: Alphabet of Animals, Childhood's Playtime, Our Boys and Girls, A Apple Pie

      London, Warne, o.J. kleine Widmung von 1882. - unpaginiert, with twenty-four Pages of Illustrations, printed in colours Einband leicht berieben, Ecken etwas stärker bestoßen, Seiten teilweise finger- und stockfleckig, Gelenk vor Our Girls and Boys am Falz gerissen, sonst sehr gut erhalten, schönes Exemplar. Vorsätze scheinen erneuert zu sein Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1110 4°, Leinen, goldgeprägter Rücken und Buchdeckel, dreiseitiger Goldschnitt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Over the Hills, A Collection of Juvenile Pictures in Colors, with Descriptive Verses [ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATED DUSTJACKET]

      McLoughlin Brothers New York (1882) - First Edition. Small quarto, original illustrated boards and illustrated dustjacket. Attractively color illustrated children's book by Waugh, retaining, rather unbelievably, its original thin paper illustrated dustjacket. The paper used for the jacket is only slightly thicker than glassine, an incredible survivor. Very Good, gift inscription dated 1883 (Atlanta, Georgia) at front free endpaper, dime sized chip to fore-edge margin of first page of text, modest shelf wear to edges, in Very Good dustjacket, quarter sized chip at top spine end, shallow chips along lower front panel, top front panel with even half centimeter of loss. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A remarkable newly discovered archive containing parts of the original draft of Charles Guiteau's 1882 book justifying his shooting of President Garfield?signed 8 times with over 500 words in his hand?together with letters from the assassin's female admirers

      [Washington, D.C.], 1882. various. "An archive of original manuscript pages, 28 pages, ranging in size from 5"" x 8"" to 8"" x 10"", Washington, West Hoboken, New Jersey, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, January 1 - April 1, 1882 including several Autograph Manuscripts Signed, 9 pages [Washington], April 1, [1882], being original manuscript draft pages of his 1882 book, The Truth and The Removal, written while awaiting his execution for the murder of James A. Garfield. Also included is an Autograph Letter Signed, ""Charles Guiteau,"" 2 pages, [Washington, c. March 1882] to his publisher enclosing the present pages to finalize the book's publication. The balance of the archive features letters from his admirers, many of which were published in the same volume. Creases, some marginal tears and losses, some text faded, light toning and soiling, some scattered glue remnants to one page, else good condition.Following James A. Garfield's death on September 19, 1881, Charles Guiteau, who had already been imprisoned and charged with attempted murder, was now charged with murder and went on trial on November 14, 1881. The trial concluded on January 30, 1882 and on February 4 the court sentenced him to hang on June 30. While awaiting his execution, Guiteau composed a sequel to his 1879 religious tract, The Truth, a Companion to the Bible, entitled, The Removal (the term he employed to describe his assassination of President Garfield). The condemned prisoner employed Gibson Brothers of Washington to print the book as The Truth and The Removal.The archive features a two page Autograph Letter Signed (April 1, 1882) addressed to ""Gibson Bros.,"" the printer of the book, which reads in full: ""This book seems to linger. I wish you send me all the proof Monday. I have advertised the book [in] to nights 'Star,' & it is important to get it out at once. I have asked you about the following matter. 1. I sent a paragraph to close Part II, but have had no proof. Have you got it? 2. I sent you a sketch, two months ago, headed 'Away with Corkhill & the experts' Have you got it? 3. I sent you a newspaper slip from the Baltimore Sun about my treatment in jail & my improved appearance. Have you got it. If you have these items send me proof at me. I want the sketch to go in between Part II, & the Appendix. I ordered a word cut of it when I sent it. Please send me a written answer by your [illegible] Monday. Yours Charles Guiteau."" The sketch to which Guiteau refers was sent to the prisoner by an admirer in January 1882, and appeared on page 199, just before the first page of the Appendix, per his request. The sketch showed a bearded man beside a large bag of money and a cannon firing several men (one of which was labelled ""CORKHILL"") into the gates of Hell. And true to his word, an advertisement for Guiteau's book appeared on page four of the April 1, 1882 issue of the Washington Evening Star, curiously classified under ""SEWING MACHINES &c."" rather than beneath the heading, ""BOOKS, &c."" As the advertisement announced that the book was ""JUST OUT!"", Guiteau no doubt was impatient see the work in print.Accompanying the letter to his printer are several pages of Guiteau's final draft of The Removal. On one pair of bifolia, Guiteau sets up the basic layout for the title and copyright pages: ""The Truth, / and The Removal / By Charles Guiteau / Published and sold only by the author / Washington DC / 1882,"" and advising the printer (vertically in the left margin) to ""Make a sheet of each page & cut out any leaves that interpose C G."" On the opposite side, he added: ""Copyright 1882 By Charles Guiteau"" followed by pages 3 (reading simply ""Part I"") and page 5 (all three pages around glued together in the upper left corners) where he writes ""The Truth / A Companion to the Bible,"" adding a note ""To the printer,"" to ""(Copy preface on the next page and then the entire book, The Truth),"" referring to his 1879 volume.The archive also includes two pages bearing two paragraphs of his ""Conclusion,"" which appeared on page 236 of the published work, and reads in full: ""Whatever this generation may think of me, future generations will see my work & character record from this book. It was sown in dishonor but the Almighty will see that it is reaped in glory. 'Ye are honorable, but I am despised'?"by fools and devils. But the Almighty will reckon with these fellows. It is a small thing that my removal I should be judged of man's judgment. For men curse you to day, & bless you to morrow. It matters little to me whether I live three months or twenty years. Life is a flimsy dream & it matters little when one goes. Paradise is a great improvement on this sin cursed world & I shall be far better off there than here."" Above the text, Guiteau adds more instructions for the printer: ""Put this in to end the Appendix..."" and demanding: ""I want a proof at once."" Also of note is the final two words from the preface [page 103] which reads in the upper left corner, ""is insanity.,"" and inscribed ""Charles Guiteau / United States Jail / Washington D.C. / March 14, 1882.""The archive also includes a deleted passage berating George Scoville, one of his court-appointed attorneys, and reads, in full: ""Nearly every day I notice something in the papers from Scoville's cranked brain, and I will not have him around me any longer. I prohibit his writing any book about me, or lecturing about me, or mixing with any affairs in any way. He crawled on to this case in October on the ground of being my brother in law & he has been a nuisance ever since. Without means, or charger, or experience he has assumed to manage the most important criminal case of the century, and of course he made a miserable failure of it."" Guiteau has crossed out the passage in three bold strokes. Needless to say, the published work still includes copious invectives directed against his counsel.The balance of the archive features six letters from Guiteau's admirers, many of which were published in The Removal. On all of the letters, Guiteau had crossed out certain sections for the benefit of the printer. One such letter, from a Myra D. Huntington of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, dated February 15, 1881, begins, ""You do not know how many ladies there are here who believe that you did right to remove the president. I am one of them."" Next to the final paragraph, Guiteau has noted to the printer that he wants it included in his book as it reads, ""I hope you will answer this in your own hand, as I wish to preserve your autograph as a memento of a great man."" The final five letters (one of which is incomplete) are from Clara Augusta Davis, of West Hoboken, New Jersey, written just before and immediately after Guiteau was sentenced to death. Davis even plans a personal visit to Guiteau in confinement, writing: ""Father goes to Washington Friday Evening. I have extorted a promise that I may accompany him, and that he will take me to Court; but he will not promise, but refuses, to take me to the jail. Unless I can coax him, before his departure, to do this, or let some friends take me to the jail, I shall pout and be disagreeable and stay at home..."" While Davis does not excuse Guiteau's murder of the President, throughout her letters she expresses her sincere belief that he truly believed that he was doing God's work and was insane. In a letter addressed to Gen. John Crocker, the warden of the jail in which Guiteau is being held, dated February 3, 1882, Miss Davis writes that she ""cannot believe that any sane man in our country could have desired to slay Garfield. . . . The fact that there was in the great Republic one man only disposed to do the deed is, to my mind, the best evidence that the shooting was the act of an insane man."" Extremely Rare. These are the only known pages of Guiteau's manuscript for The Removal known to be extant in private hands. Auction records reveal no other draft pages of the present, most important manuscript. Several pages of an alternate manuscript, written in the summer of 1881, and sent to an unnamed publisher who apparently wanted nothing to do with the project, sold at auction in 2002 (Christies, March 27, 2002, Lot 122, $9,988). This grouping was approximately 1/5 the size and had half the amount of signatures.From the family of printer William Gibson, whose firm printed the book in 1882."

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        Klinger, Max. - Eine Liebe (Opus X). - Blatt III. - "Am Thor".

      - Radierung / Strichätzung & Aquatinta, 1882/1887. Von Max Klinger. 41,3 x 27,0 cm (Darstellung) / 46,5 x 31,5 cm (Platte) / 60,5 x 43 cm (Blatt). Singer 159 VII (von VII). Außerhalb der Darstellung in der Platte links unten gestochene Signatur, mittig Stern und rechts bezeichnet "OPUS X, 3". - Plattenrand etwas angeschmutzt. Sonst sehr schön erhalten. Max Klinger (1857 Leipzig - 1920 Großjena). Deutscher Bildhauer, Maler und Grafiker des Symbolismus. 1874/75 Studium an der Großherzoglich Badischen Kunstschule in Karlsruhe bei Karl Gussow und Ludwig Des Coudres, 1875 an der Königlichen Akademie der Künste in Berlin. 1878 präsentierte Klinger zum ersten Mal seine Gemälde in der 52. Ausstellung der Königlichen Akademie der Künste in Berlin. Ab 1879 lebte er völlig zurückgezogen in Brüssel und beschäftigt sich intensiv mit Radierung und Aquatinta. Aufenthalte in Brüssel, München, Paris und Rom. Großer Erfolg als Graphiker, u.a. mit dem Radierzyklus "Paraphrase über den Fund eines Handschuhs" (1881). Klinger zählt zu den wichtigsten Vertretern der polychromen Plastik. Zu seinen Hauptwerken zählen u.a. die Skulpturen "Beethoven", "Die neue Salome" und "Kassandra". Eine sozialkritische Sicht beweist Klinger in den Radierzyklen, ?Dramen? und ?Ein Leben? Zahlreiche Künstler der Moderne wie Käthe Kollwitz, Ernst Barlach oder Edvard Munch beriefen sich auf ihn.

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        Acta ordinis Minorum. 70 Jahrgänge 1882-1965. Acta Ordinis (Fratrum) Minorum vel ad Ordinem quoquo modo pertinentia. Jahrgänge 1882-1950 (ohne 1911) + 1955/56 + 1964 + 1965. Zusammen 70 Jahrgänge, gebunden in 39 Bänden.

      Ad Claras Aquas (Quaracchi), Ex typographia Collegii S.Bonaventurae, 1882-1965. - 29 x 20,5 cm. *Buchrücken teilweise mit kleinem Papieraufkleber. Titelblatt teilweise mit kleinem Stempel. Insgesamt gut erhalten. la Gewicht in Gramm: 80 Bände 1-9: Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückentitel. - Bände 10-39 : Halbleinenbände der Zeit mit teilweise handschriftl. Rückenschildern.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        The Holy Bible [1882 George V. Jones specially bound Pictorial Family Bible and Brass Lectern]

      George V. Jones, No. 123 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 1882 - Large thick quarto. Various paginations. Containing the Old and New Testaments (with both versions of the New Testament); the Apocrypha; a complete Concordance; 100,000 marginal references, etc. Illustrated with color lithographic plates and maps, steel-engraved and wood-engraved plates, and wood-engraved illustrations throughout the text. Bound in at the back are two double-sided color lithographic cardboard sleeves with mounting slots to accommodate 16 family portraits. A rare and beautifully preserved pictorial family bible bound in elaborate gilt-decorated paneled morocco with metal clasps.A bright, fine copy housed in the publisher's very good original cardboard box with a printed paper label. A binder's ticket on the back pastedown further identifies this edition as having been both published and bound by: "Geo. V. Jones & Co., booksellers and bookbinders" in Boston. The binding is signed with a small copyright date in gold ("copyrighted 1881"), and an advertisement printed on the verso of a leaf at the front makes it known that the Bible won the highest prize at an International Exposition in December, 1881: ". the designs and workmanship being of the very best." Laid-in is an eight-page publisher's catalog: "Announcement for 1883," so we think it safe to attribute a date of 1882 to this volume. The Bible is also remarkable for its many fine engraved and lithographic plates printed in multiple colors. All are bright, pristine impressions of high artistic accomplishment, printed on high quality thick paper sheets, with pristine tissue guards. The steel engravings are printed on uncoated sheets, and the wood-engraved plates are printed on lightly coated sheets.The volume is accompanied by an equally fine brass lectern featuring open arabesque metal work on its four rectangular sides, the Last Supper depicted in relief on the front, and an adjustable top piece pierced with an open leaf pattern surrounding the IHS monogram. A brass plate on the back is engraved: "Darovala M.V.B.B., A.D. 1925." *OCLC* locates only one copy of this Bible at the American Antiquarian Society, which they acquired from the Mark Craig Collection of signed Bookbindings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Die neue illustrirte Familien Bibel für häusliche Erbauung und Belehrung, enthaltend das Alte und Neue Testament mit der Concordanz und Randparallelen. ...

      Philadelphia: Holman & Co., 1882. VIII, 5 nn Bl., S. 33 - 48, S. 17 - 32, S. 97 - 128, 96 S. (Populäres Wörterbuch der Bibel), 1 Bl., 32 S. (Bibl. Geschichten für die Jugend), S. 9 - 652 (Altes Testament), 144 S. (Apokryphen), 3 Bl. f. Eintragungen zur Familiengeschichte, 16 nn. Bl. (Gleichnisse), Titelblatt u. 14 nn. Bl. \"Hofmann\'sche Bildergallerie zum Neuen Testamente, S. 655 - 880 (Neues Testament). Das ganze Werk ist mit beinahe drei hundert vorzüglichen Illustrationen, in Holzschnitt, Stahlstich und Farben-Druck ausgestattet 31,5 x 25 cm, Orig. Ldr. m. gepr. Einband, goldgepr. Titel u. Farnwedel auf Vordereinband. 2 Lesebändchen. Vorwort d. Herausgeber: \".... Es ist das Ziel der Herausgeber gewesen, in dieser Ausgabe der Heiligen Schrift, dem Deutschen Publikum dieses Landes eine Familienbibel zu liefern, die einem weitgefühlten Bedürfniß entspricht. ... Diese Bibel enthält nebst den kanonischen Büchern des Alten und Neuen Testaments: 1. Eine Concordanz, welche das Nachschlagen der Hauptgegenstände und Lehren der Religion durch alphabetische Ordnung erleichtert. - 2. eine gründliche Zusammenstellung aller Parallelstellen, die sich gegenseitig erläutern und erklären. - 3. eine Geschichte der Deutschen Bibel-Übersetzung und des Lebens von Dr. Martin Luther. - 4. Werthvolle chronologische Tabellen von der Erschaffung der Welt bis zum christlichen Zeitalter. - 5. Eine illustrirte Gallerie der wichtigsten Ereignisse und Gegenstände des Alten und Neuen Testaments. - 6. Eine ausführliche Beschreibung der Bekehrungs-Reisen des Apostels Paulus. - 7. Eine Beschreibung der Bäume, Pflanzen, Früchte und Wohlgerüche der Bibel. - 8. Eine ausführliche Schilderung der Länder und Völker der Bibel und des Auszuges der Kinder Israels aus Egypten. - 9. Ein alphabetisches Verzeichniß der in der Heiligen Schrift vorkommenden Namen. - 10. Götzendienst und jüdischer Gottesdienst. - 11. Die Bibel-Prophezeiungen und deren Erfüllung. - 12. Historischer Zusammenhang des Alten und Neuen Testaments. - 13. Verzeichniß veralteter Wörter der Bibel. - 14. - Die biblischen Münzen und Geldwährungen und eine Fülle von anderen wichtigen Schilderungen und Notizen.\" Mit dekorativ lithographiertem Titelblatt u. Trauschein, zahlr. ganzs. s/w-Illustrationen (darunter einige von Doré) u. unzähligen Textillustrationen. - Der geprägte Ledereinband stark berieben u. beschabt, Lederüberzug der Kanten u. Ecken tlw. abgestoßen, Fehlstelle 3 x 1 cm am vord. Längsrand. Lederrücken unschön erneuert. Schnitt fleckig. Papier durchg. stärker gebräunt, etliche Seiten m. mst. kleinen Läsionen, einige Blätter der Bildergalerie unfachmännisch repariert. - Seltenes Exemplar einer in den Vereinigten Staaten gedrucken deutschen Bibel für die dortigen deutschstämmigen Einwohner. H/F2 Versand D: 5,00 EUR Lutherbibel, amerikanische Bibelausgaben

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        Autographed Card Signed (S.L. Clemens)

      - A small card, approximately 3" x 5", with the author's engraved monogram in red. Paper clip shadow on the left side, as well as a modest paper remnant on the verso where the card was tipped into a scrapbook, just touching the last letter in his signature, else very good. To the author's publisher, using both sides of the card. In full: "Wednesday. My Dear Osgood -- All right -- shall expect you Friday [word scratched out]. Would have written you sooner, but one of the children has been lying very close to the grave ever since New Years' night, & was not declared out of danger till yesterday evening. Truly Yours, S.L. Clemens." Undated but circa 1882. A little better content than most of Clemens's notes, the tragic theme of his children's mortality played an important role in his life. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        IN THE MATTER OF MAJOR W.S. PEABODY, A POST TRADER AT "FORT LEWIS" COL. [wrapper title].

      [Washington, D.C. 1882]. - 8pp. Original printed wrappers. Minor edge wear, tiny chip to spine, some light creasing. Very good. An unrecorded legal brief regarding who should rightfully serve as Post Trader for Fort Lewis, Colorado, originally established during the Ute War in 1879. Johnson, attorney for Major Peabody, argues that Peabody's position was wrongfully taken from him after Fort Lewis was relocated in 1880, and asks for reinstatement so that Peabody can "resume his rightful position as Post Trader at Fort Lewis Colorado, under his original appointment, which has never been revoked." Not mentioned in any major sources nor accounted for in OCLC.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft: The Native Races Volume I Wild Tribes; Volume II Civilized Nations; Volume III Myths and Languages; Volume IV Antiquities; Volume V Primitive History (5 volumes)

      San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, Publishers, 1882. First edition. Leather bound. 797; 805; 796; 807; 796pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] 3/4 brown calf with marbled paper over boards, gilt tooled spines and red and green leather spine labels, and double gilt ruled borders on the covers. Marbled text block edges and endpapers. Volume I is in good condition only. All other volumes are in very good condition. Gently rubbed and bumped at the extremities. There are sporadic chips in the leather, and the underlying boards are peeking through at the corners. The endsheets have occasional thin cracks along the hinges, and the front pastedowns have a previous owner's bookplate. The pages are age-toned, but very clean. The front cover of volume 1 is partially detached, and the rear cover is completely detached, but present. The backstrip is coming away from the spine as well. The front endpaper of volume 3 is cracked along the hinge, and the hinge is soft. There is a very thin loss from the leather at the head of the spine of volume V. The first 5 volumes from the exhaustively researched series of works in 39 volumes on the western half of North America. Wright/Howes describes the work, as a "Colossal co-operative undertaking; nothing approaching it has ever been attempted in this country." Howes B87.

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Acta Ordinis Fratrum Minorum. Vel ad ordinem quoquo modo pertinentia (Später unter dem Titel: Acta Ordinin Fratri Minorum))

      Rom, Monaldi, 1882- 1940. Bände 1 - 59 in 36 Bänden. Halblederbände der Zeit (25) und Halbleineneinbände (11) Vorstz oder Titel gestempelt. Buchrücken mit Bibliotheks-Signaturschild. Die Seiten teils etwas gebräunt, ansonsten sauberes Exemplar in festen Einbänden. 1 Buchrücken farblich leicht abweichend. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Trageser]
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        [ALBUM OF THIRTY-ONE ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING SCENES IN BERMUDA AND ELSEWHERE]

      [Bermuda, 1882. Oblong folio. Contemporary black cloth, neatly rebacked and recornered in contemporary black morocco, gilt. Light wear and soiling to cards. Images generally crisp and clean. Very good plus. A handsome 19th-century photo album which includes the work of one of the great photographers of Bermuda. Three of the images have been definitely attributed to N.E. Lusher - the first, showing the construction of a gangway to a docked vessel at St. Georges; the eighth image, showing a shaded crossroads; and the charming ninth image of a black woman and a young boy seated in a donkey cart. The remainder of the album includes a number of images of Bermuda subjects which are of a similarly high quality which suggest that they are all the work of Lusher. Lusher apparently worked as a professional photographer from 1882 onwards, and is known for a wide range of work. His success more or less tied in with the explosion of tourism to the island that followed the first visit of Princess Louise to Bermuda in 1883. The images in the present album offer a good selection of the best of his work. They range from the reportage of the dock scenes, to the topographical images of the lighthouse and other island locations, to the true art of landscape photography, to the whimsy of images which feature the local inhabitants. Eighteen of the photographs have been identified as images of Bermuda, while the remainder show unidentified American coastal towns, possibly Nova Scotia, including an image of a coastal fortification, possibly in Halifax. The Bermuda images include a view of the docks at St. George's; a view of the town of St. George's; a stone quarry; royal palms on the road to Paget; a donkey cart; Gibb's Hill Lighthouse; a field of Easter lilies; and stalactites, possibly in the Crystal Cave.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Opera omnia. Iussu et auctoritate Bernardini a Portu Romatino.

      Quaracchi, Coll. S. Bonav., 1882-1901. 11 Voll. Folio. 35,8 x 24,5 cm. Mit 1 gest. Porträt, 2 Faksimiles und 1 Stammtafel. HPgt mit 2 Rs. und Rv. (Rückenschilder teils defekt oder verloren, Kanten teils berieben. Porträt stärker stockfleckig. 1 Bl. mit kl. Schäden im Bug). Bde I-IX der wichtigsten und vollständigsten Gesamtausgabe. Der fehlende Bd. 10 enthält Aufsätze über Leben und Werk sowie Indices, daneben erschien ein weiterer Indexband. Versand D: 5,00 EUR l33l, Text, Textausgabe

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        The Novels of Jane Austen. The works include: Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey with Persuasion, and Lady Susan with A Memoir of J. Austen and The Watsons.

      London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1882., 1882. The Steventon Edition. 6 volumes; octavo. Publisher's cream-white fine ribbed cloth with gilt titles to backstrip, Austen and Bentley's monogram motif repeated across covers as a decorative trim, edges untrimmed. A finely conceived edition attractively typeset and printed on quality handmilled paper by John Dickinson and Co. Engraved frontispiece by Pickering to each volume. A little age toning and dustiness to pages, pale cloth naturally toned and marked, uniformly darkened to spine, a few short tears to extremities. Still shows well in the publisher's original cloth. Issued on 22 November 1882 at 63s., sold in sets only, this was the final complete edition of Miss Austen's works to be published by Bentley, who were bought up by Smith Elder in 1898; an important printing. Gilson D13.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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