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        Descente Aux Enfers

      b. Braque, Georges (1882-1963); Jouhandeau, Marcel (1888-1979). Descente Aux Enfers. Paris: Nouveau Cercle Parisien du Livre, 1961. No. 121 of 200 copies. Total edition: 200 copies, of which 30 were hors commerce. There were also 30 suites on Japan. Four original lithographs, in color. Signed by both Braque and Jouhandeau on the colophon. Vallier, no. 171. Folio. 13 x 11 inches. Unbound sheets as issued. In original wrappers, sleeve and slipcase. The lithographs were printed by Mourlot; the typography by Fequet et Baudier. A fine copy with name of original subscriber erased from justification page. The box is slightly faded and worn. For full description see:

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      Montpellier / Paris 1882, In - 8 relié demi basane blonde, dos à nerfs, couverture conservée. 316 pages. Publiés avec une introduction, un glossaire et une table des noms propres. Bel exemplaire. Rare d'autant plus dans cette condition.

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        The Poems of Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Illustrated by the Paint and Clay Club

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin at the Riverside Press. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1882. Cloth. Plain card-stock wrappers in the publisher's japanese -vellum dust-wrapper; pp. ix, [9]-228, [25], illustrated throughout with plates, plus frontis portrait. Book is fine, without flaw but for the ghost of the frontis to its tissue-guard; jacket age-toned and a touch soiled, but also just about fine; Houghton Mifflin released the title in a number of formats including cloth, 3/4 leather, full leather, and this scarce wrappered/jacketed format. BAL 315 .

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        The Kaisarnamah i Hind; or, Lay of the Empress a Poem, in nine Cantos with Appendices containing the Histories of the Princes of India, dedicated with gracious Permission to Her Majesty the Queen Empress of India.

      London, printed for private circulation only (by Maclure & Macdonald), 1877-1882. - 2 vols. Large folio (495 x 370 mm). (44) ff. of English text, (58) ff. of Persian text, 117, (1) pp. (48) ff. of English text, (26) ff. of Hindi text, (2), 45, (1) pp. With 2 lithogr. title pages, 2 lithogr. frontispiece portraits of Queen Victoria (double-tinted lithograph) and Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (chromolithograph), and 24 photographic portraits (woodburytypes), 17 chromolithogr. coats of arms, 51 photographic views (woodburytypes), 1 lithogr. view, 2 maps and 4 genealogical tables (3 double-page). With the portraits and the text of the cantos in elaborate and finely illuminated chromolithogr. borders (with gold); the other text leaves within red borders. With the extensive Persian and Hindi texts lithographed from calligraphic models. Contemp. green morocco, each board with large gold-tooled centre-piece representing the star of India, with in the centre the monogram "VRI" ("Victoria Regina Imperatrix"), gold-tooled fillets, gold-tooled spine with title and author in second and third of six compartments, gilt edges (signed at the foot of the front turn-in by Morley, Oxford). A sumptuous and extremely rare tribute to the British Raj and a detailed history of the princely families in India by the distinguished orientalist Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1814-83), prompted by the proclamation of Queen Victoria as Empress of India in 1876. The first volume contains three cantos, with a translation into Persian verse by Amir Jan, followed by a history of the Nizáms of the Dakan; the second volume contains cantos IV and V with a translation into Hindi verse by Kaviraja Syamala Dasa of Udaipur, followed by a history of the Rájpúts. - The work is beautifully decorated, and illustrated with fine photographic views of palaces, tombs, gates, etc., including the mausoleum of the Emperor Humayún, the tomb of Nizámu'd-dín, the caves of Ajanta, the Palace of Nizám, the Hall of the 66 pillars and the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. It further includes photographic portraits and finely chromolithographed coats-of-arms of several members of the English and Indian aristocracy. - The "List of subscribers to the Kaisarnámah i hind and distribution of copies", included in the first volume, lists only 107 copies, which explains its rarity. - Edward Backhouse Eastwick spent some six years in India, serving first as cadet in the infantry and later as interpreter, and another three in Persia. He published a number of well-received translations of Persian literary classics and wrote several books on the cities of India. - Some smudges and spotting, frontispiece portraits pulled loose from the title page, but still attached to the endleaves. The bindings show some wear, the first volume with some stains and scratches and one headband nearly detached. Overall in very good condition. Blumhardt, A supplementary catalogue of Hindi books in the library of the British Museum, col. 80. For Eastwick: Loloi, "Eastwick, Edward Backhouse (1814-1883)", in: Encyclopedia Irancia (online ed.). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A hand-coloured cabinet photograph (coloured image size 133 x 90 mm) of three men in uniform. The photograph is mounted on the gilt-edged card of 'Artist & Photographer Otto von Hartitzsch . 125 Rundle Street, Adelaide'

      - The South Australian Register (Thursday, 16 November 1882) contains an advertisement for the sale of 'the whole of his superior stock-in-trade . of his well-known photographic establishment . in consequence of his relinquishing the profession'. Accordingly, this photograph cannot be later than 1882, but it is probably circa 1880. The young men are in identical uniforms; the only specific clue is the distinctive badge on their forage caps. The extensive hand-colouring obliterates some of the detail, but it is essentially a flag or pennant on a flagpole set within a circle of rope finished off with a square knot. This suggests to us the uniforms are of maritime, if not naval, relevance (and we would not be surprised to learn that the men were foreign visitors to Adelaide). Use [Ask Bookseller a Question] option below to confirm availability.

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        Kept in the Dark [Exceedingly Rare True First, published prior to the first UK edition]

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1882. First edition. Wrappers bound in thin boards. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the EXCEEDINGLY RARE TRUE FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, being the first American edition published prior to the first UK edition and described by Trollope Bibliographer Walter Smith as being of the "utmost rarity", in the Publisher's original newspaper format bound in contemporary thin boards and with the even rarer outer advertisement pages included (some page toning, occasional minor spot of foxing, a minor tear to the lower left corner of the rare outer advertisement wrapper, some tiny closed tear to the page margins, short closed tear to the gutter edge of a number of pages ); Trollope's psychological novel centered on a husband who was "kept in the dark" by his wife about her prior engagement to another man who she had then jilted. Prior to their own marriage, her husband had confided to her the tale of his own prior engagement and, while doing so, spoke with such disdain about any girl who would jilt her lover that she could not bring herself to tell him her own history, even after they had married. Once he became aware of her having jilted another, he obsessed on the matter to such a degree that he eventually deserted her. Of course, the tale goes on beyond that. With respect to the novel, Sadleir, in his Commentary on Trollope, stated: "It is a study of morbid obsession.... Nevertheless it reads agreeably and ranks among the brief studies in individual psychology... as a book which must be read to be realized, and which, when read, will be found to offer genuine, if conventional, Trollope to such as seek him." (Sadleir, p 396.) After serializing the tale in its Harper's Weekly magazine, Harper published the first American edition of the novel on September 29, 1882, prior to the publication of the first UK edition on October 20, 1882. [In the UK, the tale was published in serial format in "Good Words" magazine from May to December, 1882. Thus, the first American edition was published both prior to the completion of the novel's "Good Words" serialization and prior to the UK publication of the novel in book form, making the US first edition the true first edition of the novel.] Smith states: "This new series and its advertising logic sounded the death knell for collectors. First editions in this series are no longer books, but newspapers. Their fragility, format, and ephemeral makeup discouraged most buyers from keeping them.....few have survived." According to Smith, these issues are "rarely seen for sale and are usually found only in private collections and in certain research libraries." [An OCLC WorldCat search made at the time this listing was created revealed only two copies.] An extraordinary opportunity for the Trollope collector. Most Trollope collectors will never see this true first edition, much less own a copy of it. As with Trollope's first novels, the chance to own one is unlikely to arise often, if at all, for almost all collectors. AN EXTREMELY RARE COMPLETE ISSUE OF THE FIRST AMERICAN EDITION OF TROLLOPE'S KEPT IN THE DARK, PUBLISHED PRIOR TO THE FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. A collection distinguishing copy. EXCEEDINGLY RARE.

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        ARTIC SUNBEAMS: OR FROM BROADWAY TO THE BOSPHORUS BY WAY OF THE NORTH CAPE By SAMUEL S. COX (signed) 1882 with Engravings possibly never seen in 3 Vols.

      G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS, NY 1882 - TITLE: ARTIC SUNBEAMS: OR FROM BROADWAY TO THE BOSPHORUS BY WAY OF THE NORTH CAPE By SAMUEL S. COX (signed) 1882 with Engravings possibly never seen in 3 Vols. AUTHOR: SAMUEL S. COX PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS, NY 1882 EDITION: First Edition ISBN: NONE CATEGORY: Adventure, Signed, Photographs, Super Rare BINDING/COVER: Hardbacks without dust jackets COLOR: Marble with leather tips SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 1-115, 116-243, 244-347 pages. CONDITION: There are 3 vols present. Vol. 3 is missing the back board. All the other boards have some cracking to the leather and there are hints of light glue, all boards may be detached at time of shipping (very weak). The back endpapers of volume 3 has some chips along the edge. There are really minor splits to the very edge of the back endpapers in volume 2. There is a stray signature in a couple of places written in ink from 1891 (Edith Pruser). A couple of the engravings have slight notations of the place they were done (possibly from Cox). Books are without other marks or writings, pages are clean and book is tight and sturdy. All the pages are present in book. Books may have been rebound with the extra illustrations inserted personally.Overall even with the missing board of volume 3, books are: Good/None dust jacket as issued. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: There is a cabinet portrait done in Stockholm of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Cox (frontispiece) : assume this is their writing beneath ( see photo) and across from the cabinet portrait affixed to the gutter is a card containing the 'Compliments of Mr. & Mrs. S. S. Cox - New York - April 1882'. 1-Samuel Sullivan "Sunset" Cox was an American Congressman and diplomat. He represented both Ohio and New York in the United States House of Representatives, and also served as United States Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire (Wikipedia). Engravings throughout that have possibly never been seen, and there is also a color photo in volume 2 (can't make out writing on bottom). There are extra illustrations added and listed throughout the book. COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, book(s) will ship immediately to customer (it's on the way), you are welcome to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 006388 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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)

      A.L. Bancroft & Company, Publishers, San Francisco 1882 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les dicts & faicts du chier cyre Gambette le Hutin en sa court EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: chés l'auctheur, 1882. Fine. chés l'auctheur, Paris s.d. [1882], 14x19cm, relié. - first edition of this Rabelaisian style pamphlet directed against Gambetta, one of 300 numbered copies on paper of the Netherlands. Binding to open bradel ivory wove, smooth back, red mesh frame compositions painted boards and boards to centers: a bookplate and a monogram on the first front cover and Léon Gambetta dabbling in a bathtub on the second, fragile parchment wrappers preserved and bound in, contemporary binding signed Dodé. Nadar handwritten signature under the justification of the draw. Book adorned the author of illustrations. Provenance: Library of Frederick Lachèvre, bibliographer, specialist in French poetry, with its large bookplate engraved and painted emblem repeated in the first boardes. A book illustration is reproduced on the lower flat of each volume. Some light and light bites to bookbinding. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Édition originale de ce pamphlet de style rabelaisien dirigé contre Gambetta, un des 300 exemplaires numérotés sur papier du Pays Bas.  Reliure à la bradel en plein vélin ivoire, dos lisse, filet rouge en encadrement des plats et compositions peintes aux centres des plats : un ex-libris et un monogramme sur le premier premier plat et Léon Gambetta barbotant dans une baignoire sur le second, fragiles couvertures parcheminées conservées, reliure de l'époque signée de Dodé. Signature manuscrite de Nadar en dessous de la justification du tirage. Ouvrage orné d'illustrations de l'auteur. Provenance : de la bibliothèque de Frédéric Lachèvre, bibliographe, spécialiste de la poésie française, avec son grand ex-libris gravé répété et son emblème peint sur les premiers plats. Une illustration des livres est reproduite sur le plat inférieur de chaque volume. Quelques légères et claires piqûres à la reliure.

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        Émile Zola Notes d'un ami Avec des vers inédits de Émile Zola EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: G. Charpentier , 1882. Fine. G. Charpentier , Paris 1882, 11,5x19cm, relié. - First edition of this biography of Zola by novelist and playwright Paul Alexis who was familiar with Zola (he was born in Aix-en-Provence) and member of the group of six (with Huysmans, Céard, Maupassant and Hennique, gathered around Zola ) the origin of the Soirees de Medan. It is decorated with a portrait of Zola and a note by facsimile. autograph dedication of the author signed autograph of Paul Alexis to art critic and collector Philippe Burty (1830-1890). Contemporary binding in full percaline ocher, back smoothes decorated with the bookplate of Philippe Burty (a stork) pushed to the back of the cold binding, preserved covers, contemporary binding signed in cold Pierson. The actor library Pauley with his bookplate engraved by Leroy, representing a magician. Armorial bookplate inscribed with the motto For Autruy. Light foxing. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Édition originale de cette biographie de Zola par le romancier et dramaturge Paul Alexis qui fut familier de Zola (il est né à Aix-en-Provence) et membre du groupe des six (avec Huysmans, Céard, Maupassant et Hennique, rassemblés autour de Zola) à l'origine des Soirées de Médan. Elle est ornée d'un portrait de Zola et d'une note en fac-similé. Envoi autographe signé de Paul Alexis au critique d'art et collectionneur Philippe Burty (1830-1890). Reliure de l'époque en pleine percaline ocre, dos lisse orné de l'ex-libris de Philippe Burty (une cigogne) poussé à froid au dos de la reliure, couvertures conservées, reliure de l'époque signée à froid de Pierson. De la bibliothèque du comédien Pauley, avec son ex-libris gravé par Leroy, représentant un magicien. Ex-libris armorié gravé portant la devise Pour autruy. Rousseurs claires.

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        Les Rougon-Macquart - Pot-Bouille.

      Paris, G. Charpentier 1882 - Histoire naturelle et sociale d'une famille sous le Second Empire. ÉDITION ORIGINALE tirée à 250 exemplaires numérotés sur papier de Hollande, celui-c (N°139). Paris, G. Charpentier - 1882 - 495 pages. Ex Libris Pierre Duché. Très belle reliure demi maroquin rouge à coins à la bradel. Dos lisse aux titre, auteur et date en pied dorés. Filet doré bordant les plats. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. Couverture jaune conservée. Pas de rousseur. Parfait état. Format in-12°(19x13). 1ère Edition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autores dramáticos contemporáneos y joyas del teatro español del siglo XIX. Contiene el retrato, la biografía y juicio crítico y la obra más selecta de cada uno de los mejores autores del teatro moderno. Con un prólogo general del señor Don Antonio Cánovas del Castillo.

      1881-1882. Ed. Pedro de Novo y Colsou / Pedro González Valdes. - Imprenta de Fortanet. Madrid. Ejemplar nº 247 (Sr. D. Francisco Larrea). 2 Vol. . Vol. I (LXIX + 468 pp. + lam.) Vol.II (606 pp.+ lam.). Folio. Media Piel con Puntas de época. Bibliografía / Bibliofilia (Bibliofilia general), Grabados , Literatura Hispánica (Romanticismo / siglo XIX), Literatura Hispánica (Teatro), Siglo XIX . Obra premiada con medalla de oro en la exposición literario-artística, Madrid 1884-85. Estudio sobre el Duque de Rivas, Antonio García Gutiérrez, Zorrilla, Ventura de la Vega, Narciso Serra, Martínez de la Rosa, Echegaray, etc. Ilustrada con los retratos de los autores españoles. Dos volúmenes encuadernados en media piel con puntas con nervios y dorados en lomera. Buen estado. .

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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)

      G. Reimer, Berlin 1882 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Vigilantes of Montana, A Correct History of the Chase, Capture, Trial and Execution of Henry Plummer's Notorious Road Agent Band, Together with accounts of the Lives and Crimes of many of the Robbers and Desperadoes, the whole being Interspersed with sketches of Life in the Mining Camps of the "Far West"

      Virginia City, M. T.: D. W. Tilton, Publisher, 1882. Second edition of the First Book Published in Montana. First published in Virginia City in 1866. 1 vols. 8vo. Original printed wrappers. Spne segment at head and tail lacking, some rubbing, corners of wrappers torn, ownership signature on title, else a very good copy. Second edition of the First Book Published in Montana. First published in Virginia City in 1866. 1 vols. 8vo. Includes biographical sketches of Henry Plummer, Boone Helm, George Ives, Aleck Carter, Bill Bunton, Cyrus Skinner, Bill Hunter, Stephen Marshland and James Daniels. Graff 1086; Howes D345: "Textually the most important book ever printed in Montana;" "Six Guns" 596

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        Doctoris Seraphici S. Bonaventurae S. R. E. Episcopi Cardinalis Opera omnia, iussu et auctoritate Rmi. P. Bernardini a Portu Romatino totius Ordinis Minorum S. P. Francisci ministri generalis edita studio et cura PP. Collegii a S. Bonaventura ad plurimos codices mss. emendata anecdotis aucta prolegomenis scholiis notisque illustrata. Tomus I-IV : Commentaria in quatuor libros sententiarum Magistri Petri Lombardi : In primum (secundum, teritum, quartum) librum sententiarum.

      Ad Claras Aquas (Quaracchi), Prope Florentiam Ex Typographia Collegii S. Bonaventurae 1882, resp. 1885, resp. 1887, resp. 1889.. 4 vol. (so cpl.). Folio (35.5 x 26 cm). LXXXVIII, 870 u. XII, 1026 u. X, 905 u. VIII, 1067 SS. Titel in Rot und Schwarz, Schriftsatz zweispaltig in Antiqua, Druck a. Büttenpapier (Wasserzeichen). HLdr. d.Zt./um 1900 (leicht bestossen u. berieben) mit mont. Rückenschildern u. marmorierten Deckeln, schöne div. Glanzpapier-Vorsätze mit buntem Kammeisenmuster. Erste Auflage dieser Ausgabe. Schnitt u. äusserste Lagen etwas stockfleckig. Alters- u. Dislokations-, sonst kaum Gebrauchsspuren, Bibliotheksetiketten mit Dublettenstempel a. Vorsätzen, Vol. I mit hs. Sammlungsvermerk u. Dublettenstempel a. 2. fl.Bl. Gesamthaft weitestgehend saubere, recht gute und relativ gepflegte Exemplare.. Aus wissenschaftlicher Sicht die wohl massgebliche kritische (Gesamt-) Ausgabe der Schriften des hl. Bonaventura, in sorgfältiger Typographie gedruckt auf gutem Papier. - Rückentitel von Band III u. IV err. 'in II librum'. - Der Kirchenlehrer u. Heilige Bonaventura OFM (Bagnorea b. Viterbo 1229-1274 Lyon), Zeitgenosse des hl. Franziskus von Assisi und Kardinal von Albano "war ein heiliger Ordensmann, ein kluger Oberer, ein gefeierter Prediger, neben Thomas von Aquin der grösste Theologe der Scholastik und der 'Fürst unter allen Mystikern' (Leo XIII). Seine zahlreichen Werke sind öfters gedruckt (kritische Ausgabe, 10 Bände, Quaracchi 1882 bis 1902). Sein Kommentar zu den Sentenzen des Lombarden (besonders zum 3. Buche) ist eine 'theologische Leistung ersten Ranges', an Fülle und Tiefe der Gedanken sowie an Wärme der Darstellung von niemand übertroffen (Bd. 1-4 der genannten Ausgabe)" (etc.; L. Lemmens, in: M. Buchberger, Hsg., Lex. f. Theol. u. Kirche, 2, 1931, sp. 447). - "Der bedeutendste Schüler des Alexander Halensis und die hervorragendste Persönlichkeit der älteren Franziskanerschule war Johannes Fidanza, [..] von dem Stifter des Franziskanerordens [..] Bonaventura zubenannt. [..] Wie die Viktoriner, ist Bonaventura Scholastiker und Mystiker zugleich, was auch deutlich in der Eigenart seiner Schriften zum Ausdruck kommt. Als Freund der scholastischen Methode und durchdrungen von dem Streben nach umfassender theologischer Systematik erweist er sich in seiner bedeutsamsten schriftstellerischen Leistung, die nach dem Vorbild des Wilhelm von Auxerre und insbesondere seines Lehrers Alexander Halensis in der Form des Sentenzenkommentars gehalten ist, nämlich in den umfangreichen Commentarii in quatuor libros sententiarum Petri Lombardi, die [..] die ersten vier Bände der Ausgabe von Quaracchi füllen. [..] Bonaventura ist und will nichts anderes sein als ein Vertreter der alten Schule im Sinne Augustins und des Alexander Halensis [..]. Neuerungen liegen ihm fern. Diesen konservativen Standpunkt hat er selbst klar in seinem Sentenzenkommentar gezeichnet (in Sent. II, praeloc., II. 1 ff.) [..]. Indessen wollte er sich dem Einfluss des mächtig vordringenden Aristotelismus nicht entschlagen. Er kennt die aristotelischen Schriften und Lehren sehr wohl und verwertet sie reichlich. Aristoteles ist für ihn eine Autorität, die er unmittelbar neben Augustin stellt. Trotzdem hält er sich aber nach der Weise der Früheren in vielen über die blosse Dialektik hinausgehenden Fragen vorzüglich an Plato [..]. Wenn manche Autoren, darunter auch die Franziskaner von Quaracchi [..] bemüht waren, auf dem Gebiete der Erkenntnislehre den Unterschied zwischen Augustinus / Bonaventura einerseits und Thomas von Aquin anderseits möglichst klein erscheinen zu lassen oder gänzlich zu verwischen, so ist ein solcher Versuch mit den Quellentexten und mit den historischen Verhältnissen [..] nicht in Einklang zu bringen." (etc.; einlässlich und ausführlich s. Ueberweg 2, 1928, p. 386 f. u. 393). -- Petrus Lombardus (Pietro Lombardo od. Langobardus), geb. bei Novara um 1100-ca. 1160 Paris), auch gen. 'Sentenzenmeister' oder 'Magister'. "Sein Hauptwerk sind die wohl schon vor 1148 begonnenen und um 1150 abgeschlossenen 'Sententiarum libri quatuor' [..]. Sie bieten bei massvoller Anwendung der dialektischen Methode eine systematische, in der Hauptsache positiv gehaltene Zusammenfassung der ganzen Theologie, mit der nach dem Brauch jener Zeit auch eine Reihe philosophischer Fragen eng verknüpft war, regten zu vielen Fragen an, ohne sich selber allzu sehr in Einzelheiten zu verlieren. [..] [.. So] wurden die Sentenzen [I. Gott, II. Schöpfung und Sünde, III. Christologie und Tugendlehre, IV. Sakramente und Eschatologie] doch DAS theologische Handbuch des Mittelalters. [..] Sehr früh wurden dazu Glossen geschrieben [..]; sie wuchsen sich mit dem beginnenden 13. Jahrhundert zu umfangreichen, die Schule beherrschenden Kommentaren aus, welche erst im 16. Jahrhundert durch die Kommentare zur Summa theologigica des hl. Thomas von Aquin verdrängt werden sollten." (A. Landgraf, in: Buchberger, Hsg., 8, 1936, sp. 165-167). - "Die Entwicklung der Sentenzenliteratur knüpft an die Sentenzen der Schule Abaelards an. War schon in der sog. Summa sententiarum der Einfluss Hugos von St. Viktor und Abaelards zusammengelaufen, so vermittelte diese die Einwirkung des grossen Viktoriners an die Sentenzen des Rolandus und Omnebene. Das Schlussglied in dieser Reihe und zugleich der Ausgangspunkt einer neuen Entwicklung sind die Sentenzen des Petrus Lombardus. [..] Petrus Lombardus handelt im ersten Buche von Gott als dem absoluten Gute (qua fruimur), im zweiten von den Kreaturen (quibus utimur), im dritten von der Menschwerdung, von der Erlösung und den Tugenden, im vierten von den sieben Sakramenten als den das Heil vermittelnden Zeichen (signa) und von den letzten Dingen." (etc.; Ueberweg op. cit., p. 274). -- NETTOGEWICHT / Net weight ca. 20 kg

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        Original Plat Map of the Sbino Otero Ranch Known as "rancho De Otero and House Lot

      - The original plat map of the Sabino Otero Ranch known as Rancho de Otero and House lot located near Tubac, Pima Co. Arizona containing in all 185.70 acres ,confirmation recommended in favor of Sabino Otero, et. al. The map has been preserved in near fine condition, it measure 15" x 19 1/2" and is accompanied by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior Report, 47th Congress, Senate Executive Document, no. 81, January 30, 1882. Designated as "Rancho de Otero and House Lot." Sabino Otero (1846-1914) became known as the "Cattle King of Arizona" and the land upon which he first lived was originally obtained in a land grant to Torrevio de Otero, his great-grandfather in 1789 and confirmed by the Secretary of the Interior in this Plat map on January 30, 1882 (after the Plat map was completed on July 7, 1881). His cattle became increasingly valuable as the U.S. Army needed food during the wars against Geronimo and the Apaches. Besides his extensive work which grew to seven large ranches, he became a mover and shaker in Tucson and was instrumental in found St. Mary's Hospital.

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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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        THE GAMES OF LAWN TENNIS (with authorised laws) and BADMINTON

      London, Thomas De La Rue & Co, 1882.. FOURTH EDITION,1882. Slim 12mo, approximately, 165 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4¼ inches, 3 text illustrations, 30 pages plus 2 pages of adverts, publisher's green cloth with attractive gilt decoration and title to upper cover, all edges gilt, gilt floral endpapers. Pale foxing to endpapers, title page and adverts, otherwise a very good copy in very bright binding. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Die Hyazinthe" und „Die Nacht". 2 eigenh. Gedichte.

      - 2 SS. Gr.-8vo. I: „Die Hyazinthe". Drei vierzeilige Strophen. II: „Die Nacht". Sechs vierzeilige Strophen. Am Kopf mit Bleistift von fremder Hand bezeichnet. Etwas unfrisch. I: „Ich grüße dich, du wunderbarer Duft, | Der sich in diesen zarten Kelchen wieget, | Du Schiff, worin durch dunkelblaue Luft | Die Seel’ entzückt nach fernen Ufern flieget. | Das Steuer ist ein alter, alter Traum | Von andern Zeiten, himmelschönen Auen, | Gold ist der königlichen Ströme Schaum, | Und hohe, schlanke Palmen sind zu schauen. | Die Lotosblume schwimmt auf blauer Fluth; | Die Welle scheint mit holder Scham zu fragen: | Welch Wunder ihr im keuschen Schoose ruht? | Doch nur die Kinder wissen es zu sagen". - Beide Gedichte erschienen erstmals 1882 in „Lyrische Gänge"; nach einem Eintrag von fremder Hand am Kopf dürften sie in den Jahren 1830/1835 entstanden sein.

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        The Prince and the Pauper. A tale for young people of all ages

      Boston: James R Osgood and co., 1882., 1882. First Edition, First Issue, with Franklin Press imprint to copyright page. Octavo. Bound in recent full green morocco, gilt ruling to boards, raised bands and gilt titles to spine; all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Illustrated with 192 in text illustrations. Publisher's original decorative upper board, showing regalia and titles in gilt against black embossed fleur-de-lys and heraldic shield designs, as well as spine with gilt titles, bound in at rear. Binding is handsome, and shows no signs of wear. Internally clean and free from spotting. A thoroughly attractive copy. The hilarious adventures of Tom Canty, a ragged street urchin who bears a striking resemblance to Edward VI, son of Henry VIII. Longing to experience the excitement of the outside world, the young prince persuades Tom to exchange places in society. The book was dedicated to his two daughters, Susie and Clara Clemens.

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        Miscellanea di testi relativi alla ginnastica e all'insegnamento dell'educazione fisica nelle scuole

      - 24 voll. in vario formato e nn. di pp. , pubblicati tra il 1882 e il 1911, riguardo alla ginnastica ed al suo insegnamento nelle scuole. Citiamo: dott. Giacomo Tauro - Se l'Educazione fisica debba rientrare nella Pedagogia; dott. Ettore Patini - La teoria dell'allenamento al lavoro muscolare - La stanchezza da lavoro muscolare; Scuole Comunali di Roma -L'educazione fisica nelle Scuole Primarie; dott. Giacomo Tauro - Ginnastica del corpo e ginnastica dello spirito; R. Guerra - Ginnastica della mente e ginnastica del corpo; Adolfo Fasano - Il crampo degli scrittori; dott. Gaetano Pini - Una questione d'igiene pedagogica; dott. Giovanni Orsi - Importanza igienica della educazione fisica - Relazione a S. E. il ministro della pubblica istruzione sull'igiene, con speciale riguardo all'educazione fisica; Giuseppe Pezzarossa - Gli attrezzi di Ginnastica; Romano Guerra - L'indirizzo della ginnastica sociale in Italia; Prof. Baccio Benucci - I caratteri sociali dell'educazione fisica; (a. m. ) - L'educazione fisica italiana e le panzane del prof. Angelo Mosso; Romano Guerra - Le riforme dei vigenti programmi di Educazione Fisica; Prof. Antonio Di Muro - Pedagogia e ginnastica; (a. m.) - Terzo congresso nazionale degl'insegnanti di ginnastica, tenuto a Genova ; Francesco Pasciuti - La riforma dei ricreatori popolari e il falso indirizzo dato all'educazione fisica; prof. Romano Guerra - Relazione del Presidente della C. T. F., prof. Romano Guerra; prof. Attilio Fabozzi - Relazione sulla ginnastica all'istituto froebelliano - L'Educazione Fisica e' una necessita' sociale; Istituto nazionale per l'incremento dell'Educazione Fisica in Italia - Atti della prima riunione annuale ; Prof. Attilio Fabozzi - Terza riunione annuale dell'Ist. Naz. per l'incr. dell'Educ. fisica in Italia. L'educazione fisica degli operai. ITA

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        La Terre Sainte, Son Histoire, Ses Souvenirs, Ses Sites, Ses Monuments

      E. Plon et Cie, Paris 1882 - Elephant folio. [6], 468pp. Uncut. Original 3/4 red morocco over marbled paper covered boards, with gold lettering on spine. Raised bands. All edges gilt. Binding signed by A. Lenègre, Paris. Marbled endpapers. Ribbon marker. Engraved additional title, and title-page. Title in red and black lettering. First edition of this remarkable and pictorial work on the geographical, historical and archaeological description of the Holy Land. "La Terre Sainte" is profusely illustrated throughout with 22 striking steel-engravings (including a double-page plan of Jerusalem outlined in color), and 288 wood-engravings. This is the first part of a study which will be completed in 1884 by a second volume. Age-wear on binding with moderate rubbing along edges. Corners heavily rubbed. White staining along fore-edge and lower margin of back cover. Ribbon marker detached but present. Minor and sporadic foxing throughout (mainly along paper margin). Text in French. Binding in overall fair to good-, interior in good+ to very good condition. About the author: 'Victor-Honoré Guerin, who had once studied at the French archaeological school in Athens, was one of the better known French scholars to excavate in Palestine, which he visited seven times between 1854 and 1888. Although he did not distinguish himself by any great archaeological discovery, he was a prolific and widely-read writer in the subject. La Terre Sainte was a popular work based on his far longer Description géographique, historique et archéologique de la Palestine, the seven volumes of which appeared between 1868 and 1880. With its fine engravings and woodcuts and its vivid descriptions of Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, Galilee, Mount Hermon, Damascus, Palmyra, Baalbek, Petra, Sinai and Egypt, La Terre Sainte provided an attractive introduction to the latest archaeological discoveries and a guide to the Near East' (Alastair Hamilton, Europe and the Arab world p. 192). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Marion Fay. A novel. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols.

      Chapman & Hall. Chapman & Hall. 1882 Half titles. Untrimmed in orig. orange cloth, boards blocked with floral designs in black, spines lettered in gilt; a little dulled & sl. rubbed. An ex-circulating library copy, with faint signs of removed labels on front boards. A good-plus copy.Trollope Society Catalogue 71; Sadleir 64. A novel about class, social expectation, and snobbery. It is centred on the ill-favoured relationship between Lord Hampstead, heir to the Marquis of Kingsbury, and Marion Fay, a lowly Quaker girl dying of consumption.

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        The Portrait of a Lady

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company,, 1882. Octavo. Original tan cloth, titles to spine and front board dark red with floral decoration blocked in red and gilt, brown coated endpapers. Housed in a custom green morocco solander box. Spine gently rolled and toned, short closed tear to head of spine, extremities rubbed, contents mildly toned with a few spots. An excellent copy. First US edition, first printing. The book first appeared serially in Atlantic Monthly from October 1880, with the book published in the UK in November 1881.

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        STRAVINSKY, Igor (1882-1971) Russian pianist, conductor, 1954, typed letter w/signature

      . On thin paper with address. 28 x 21,4 cm; 11 x 8,4 inches. Two folds, the margins with small areas of paper loss, with two small holes at the left margin

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        STRAVINSKY, Igor (1882-1971) Russian pianist, conductor, 1953, typed letter w/signature

      . On thin paper with address. 27,8 x 21,3 cm; 10,9 x 8,4 inches. Tree folds, minimal soiling, the margins with small areas of paper loss, with two small holes at the left margin

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        STRAVINSKY, Igor (1882-1971) Russian pianist, conductor, 1950, typed letter w/signature

      . On thin paper with address. 26,4 x 18,4 cm; 10,4 x 7,2 inches. Two folds, minor creases, at the lower and upper margin with traces of tape stain, with two small holes at the left margin

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        Le sang des Dieux EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Lemerre, 1882. Fine. Lemerre, Paris 1882, 12,5x18,5cm, relié. - First Edition, one of the copies on colored wove paper, one draw after 25 Holland paper. Binding Jansenist half red morocco with corners, back with five nerves, date tail contreplats guards and handmade paper, covers and spine preserved, gilt-head witnesses, binding signed Semet and Plumelle. Frontispiece in photogravure after Gustave Moreau. beautiful autograph dedication signed by the author Leon Cladel: "At the young master ... late ... [...]" on the half-title page. Exceptional copy of the first book of the author with a handwritten dedication to one of its masters. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires sur papier vélin teinté, seul tirage après 25 Hollande. Reliure janséniste en demi maroquin rouge à coins, dos à cinq nerfs, date en queue, contreplats et gardes de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée sur témoins, reliure signée Semet et Plumelle.Frontispice en héliogravure d'après Gustave Moreau. Bel envoi autographe signé de Jean Lorrain à Léon Cladel : "Au plus jeune des maîtres... tardif...[...]" sur la page de faux-titre. Exceptionnel exemplaire du premier livre de l'auteur comportant une dédicace manuscrite à l'un de ses maîtres.

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        Picturesque Canada ; the Country as it Was and is

      Toronto: Belden Bros., 1882. Fine but for some minor rubbing to extremities, prev. owner name in pencil, dated 1890, ( very unobtrusive on black endpaper ), and a little foxing to prelims. Gilt decorative full morocco binding, with all edges gilt. A lovely set.. Full-Leather. Near Fine.

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        Original-Fotografie (Albuminabzug) von Joseph Albert mit rückseitigen eigenhändigen 2taktigem Notenzitat aus der Blumenmädchenszene des 2. Aufzugs Parsifal und Initialen "RW". Geschrieben mit violetter Tinte (Parsifal-Tinte). Brustbild im Oval, Kopf im Halbprofil nach rechts.

      München, Joseph Albert, ohne Jahr (1882). - Ca. 14,1 x 10,2 cm (Fotogröße), ca. 16 x 11 cm (Kartonformat). Geck 40 A. Foto im Kabinett-Format, aufgenommen von Joseph Albert in München am 1. Mai 1882. Das Foto war ursprünglich auch auf der Vorderseite mit vollem Namenszug unterschrieben, die Signatur ist jedoch bis auf einen winzigen Rest des Vornamens verblaßt, da das Foto gerahmt an der Wand hing. Auf den Rändern der Vorderseite Montagespuren, Trägerkarton am oberen und unteren Rand gering beschnitten (minimaler Verlust).

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        Le Lion amoureux Nouvelle édition Avec Notice historique et littéraire pa Tirage de tête

      Paris: L. Conquet, 1882. Fine. L. Conquet, Paris 1882, 12x18,5cm, relié sous étui. - New edition printed in 500 copies, this one of 50 numbered copies on Japan, deluxe edition containing the reprint of Japan illustrations. The reprint of the figure that adorns the cover is on China. Binding the time of full red morocco, signed Thibaron-Joly, back with five nerves Jansenist, morocco green lining, interior framing formed of multiple threads and small golden jewel in the corners, double marbled paper guards, all edges gilt on witnesses , marbled paper bag lined with red leather. Pretty cartoon illustration by Sahib and engraved on steel by Adrien Nargeot including a figure on the cover, 18 thumbnails head and a small cul-de-lamp. Beautiful copy established in a full morocco binding signed, although the full prospectus (4 pp.), Doubled in binding Thibaron-Joly, in perfect condition. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition tirée à 500 exemplaires, celui-ci un des 50 exemplaires numérotés sur Japon, tirage de tête contenant le tirage à part sur Japon des illustrations. Le tiré à part de la figure qui orne la couverture est sur chine. Reliure de l'époque en plein maroquin rouge, signée Thibaron-Joly, dos janséniste à cinq nerfs, doublure de maroquin vert, encadrement intérieur formé de multiples filets dorés et petit fleuron aux angles, doubles gardes de papier marbré, toutes tranches dorées sur témoins, étui de papier marbré bordé de maroquin rouge. Jolie illustration dessinée par Sahib et gravée sur acier par Adrien Nargeot, comprenant une figure sur la couverture, 18 vignettes en tête et un petit cul-de-lampe. Bel exemplaire établi dans une reliure en plein maroquin signée, bien complet du prospectus (4 pp.), en reliure doublée de Thibaron-Joly, en parfaite condition.  

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      Calcutta: Thacker Spink, 1882. First in English . Hardcover. VG+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. (Eastern or Chinese Turkestan). Historial and geographical sketch of the country, its military strength, industries and trade. 255 pp, ill. One of the earliest and rarest works on this still little known mystical region. A surprisingly VG+ copy in original brown cloth, deco end papers.

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        Missale Romanum ex decreto SS. concilii Tridentini restitutum S. Pii V pontificis maximi, jussu editum clementis VIII et Urbani VIII auctoritate recognitum cum missis sanctorum. Novissime per summos pontifices usque ad hanc diem concessis cum textu et cantu a sacrorum rituum congregatione adprobato.

      Augustae Taurinorum (Torino), ex typis Binelli, (and) Benedicti Canonica cum ejusdem filio Joanne, 1882,. in-4to, text on 2 col., 3 leaves + 32 p. + 496 p. + 1 leaf; 136 p. + 16 leaves + 3 lithogr. illustr. plates, some leaves somewhat stained or browned, tear in one leaf, several silk signets of different colour, 9 leaves with brown silk signet on edge, a few leaves loosening, bordeaux red marocco binding, spine on 5 bands gilt, covers with gilt floral frame and centre piece composed of two angels facing a monstrance surmounted by "IHS" emanating beams of light, with studs in each corner and center, somewhat stained and rubbed, corners partly bumped, bords scratched, remains of gilding on edges.. In all an impressive copy in a fine binding.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Lower Egypt in 4 Sheets. Compiled. from the original French survey by M. Jacotin, from the manuscript of Mahmud Bey and from the most recent information.

      N.p.: Intelligence Branch War Office 1882 - Map dimensions 108 x 164 cm, overall 116 x 169.5 cm. A very large folding map of Egypt extending from the Mediterranean coast down to the parallel with the upper stretch of the Gulf of Suez, large inset plans of Cairo and Alexandria to the lower and upper left corners with smaller plans of Port Said, Suez and Ismailia to the right, some original colour indicating the altitudes, dissected into 18 sections and mounted on linen, marbled paper to the folded end sections, Edward Stanford label to one side. Slight toning along the folds, else very good.

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        Brief Description of the Algebra of Relatives.

      [Privately published] [1882], [Baltimore] - [1]-6 pages. Quarto, 9¼" x 11¾". First Edition Offprint (Ketner P00220).The Rare Private Printing of Brief Description of the Algebra of Relatives.The Brief Description of the Algebra of Relatives, was privately printed by Peirce in 1882, but distributed to very few people. That year, while teaching a short course in the logic of relatives at Johns Hopkins University, he heard from his students some details of a course on universal multiple algebra being taught by another mathematician, James Joseph Sylvester. "Peirce was convinced that Sylvester's universal algebra was only a case, or interpretation, of his own logic of relatives, and he decided to write out his system in a way that would demonstrate this relationship. He especially wanted to present his logic of relatives in a manner that would interest Sylvester." Once again, Peirce's lack of hubris and his ever-challenged social skills resulted in just the opposite. Sylvester was offended by this new, short paper and suggested that Peirce withhold publication of it until his own course was at least finished. This made no sense to Peirce who could not understand, as he said in a letter, why Sylvester "seem to be vexed with me." He went on to have the paper printed at his own expense (in a small, but unknown quantity), but checked with Daniel Coit Gilman, the President of Johns Hopkins University, before distributing it and was advised to "keep back the issue." Peirce did so grudgingly, circulating very few copies to close friends (while peevishly noting in his diary "Sylvester is a cad"). Schroeder, for one, did receive a copy, but when attempting to cite the paper years later, had to write to Peirce asking him where the piece had been published (this is not indicated on the copy although it was surely Baltimore). (See Writings of Charles S. Peirce: 1879-1884, Indiana University Press, 1989, pp. lii-liv.) Original privately printed light green cover with some browning and one minor chip to the top center front cover and another to the rear wrapper the lower left corner. Otherwise a fine copy of this piece privately printed by Peirce. ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ueber einen neuen Formbestandtheil des Blutes und dessen Rolle bei der Thrombose und der Blutgerinnung. Untersuchungen (pp.261-332, 1 lith. Tafel mit 14 Fig.).

      - Virch. Arch. path. Anat., 90. - Berlin, Verlag von Georg Reimer, 1882, 8°, (2), IV, 560 pp., 10 lith. plates., Halbledereinband. The first German translation with additions of "Su di nuovo elemento morfologico del sangue dei mammiferi e della sua importanza nella trombosi e nella coagulazione". - Giujo Bizzozero (1846-1901) gave the first blood platelets their name and found that they play a part in blood coagulation. - Further we find in this important volume by Bizzozero, G. & Vassale, G. "Ueber die und die physiologische Regeneration der Drüsenzellen bei den Säugethieren" (pp.155-214). - Garrison & Morton No. 881 (1st. Ital. ed. (1882) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Paris: Charpentier, 1882. Fine. Charpentier, Paris 1882, 12x19cm, relié. - First Edition. Binding to bradel full percaline gray, smooth back with a gold finial, date tail piece as green morocco, old binding. Rare autograph dedication signed by the author to the poet Anatole France. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure à la bradel en pleine percaline grise, dos lisse orné d'un fleuron doré, date en queue, pièce de titre de maroquin vert, reliure ancienne. Rare envoi autographe signé de Paul Arène au poète Anatole France.

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