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      Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1882. First American Edition, first issue with Franklin Press imprint. This book was the first of Clemens' works to have an historical rather than contemporary setting, in this case Tudor England. Henry VIII's only son, Prince Edward, and a beggar's child, Tom Canty, switch identities and learn a great deal about life in the process. The prince's experience of the brutal life among the poorer classes allowed Clemens to comment on social injustice, a recurring issue in his works as a whole. "Prince and the Pauper," like all of Twain's novels, was available by subscription in a choice of bindings; the more expensive deluxe bindings show up much less frequently than regular cloth, and, unlike here, they are almost invariably restored or rebound.. 220 x 165 mm. (8 5/8 x 6 1/2"). First American Edition, first issue with Franklin Press imprint. Publisher's deluxe binding of half calf over marbled boards, smooth spine with gilt compartments, one red and one black label, marbled endpapers and edges. With 192 illustrations in the text. BAL 3402. Calf a bit soiled and marked, extremities somewhat worn, lower board chafed, but the binding structurally sound and not without appeal. An excellent copy internally, very smooth and clean, with virtually no signs of use. This book was the first of Clemens' works to have an historical rather than contemporary setting, in this case Tudor England. Henry VIII's only son, Prince Edward, and a beggar's child, Tom Canty, switch identities and learn a great deal about life in the process. The prince's experience of the brutal life among the poorer classes allowed Clemens to comment on social injustice, a recurring issue in his works as a whole. "Prince and the Pauper," like all of Twain's novels, was available by subscription in a choice of bindings; the more expensive deluxe bindings show up much less frequently than regular cloth, and, unlike here, they are almost invariably restored or rebound.

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        ATLAS DER ALPENFLORA. Hrsg. v. Deutschen u. Oesterreichischen Alpenverein. Nach der Natur gemalt v. Anton Hartinger. Text v. K. W. v. Dalla Torre.

       Wien, Vlg. d. deutschen und österreich. Alpenvereins 1882-84. 1 Textbd. u. 4 Atlas-Bde. 249 (3) S. Mit 1 Taf.; 504 chromolithogr. Taf. u. 4 Titelbll. mit Inhaltsverz. OLn.-Kassetten. u. OLn.-Bd. mit floraler Gold-, Silber- u. Schwarzprägung. Tlw. in Lagen zerfallen. Angeb.: Ders.. Wörterbuch der Botanischen Fachausdrücke. Ergänzung zu dem vom Deutschen und Oesterr. Alpenverein hrsg. Atlas der Alpenflora. Salzburg 1884. 94 S. Mit 230 Texholzschn.Nissen BBI 799 - Vollständiges Expl. der gesuchten ersten Ausgabe. - 1 Textvol., 4 Atlas-vols. 249 (3) pp. with 504 , chromolithograph. plates, 4 titlepages,. Index. In 4 Orig.-cloth-cases. and 1 Orig.-cloth-binding. Floral silver stamping on boards, some plates loose. Complete copy of this rare first edition. - Bound with: \"Wörterbuch der Botanischen Fachausdrücke. Ergänzung zu dem vom Deutschen und Oesterr. Alpenverein hrsg. Atlas der Alpenflora\". 94 pp. with 230 woodcuts. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Naturwissenschaften, Botanik

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        Record of Engagements with Hostile Indians within the Military Division of the Missouri, 1868 to 1882, Lieutenant General P.H. Sheridan, Commanding.

      Chicago, Illinois: Headquarters Military Division of the Missouri. Very Good. 1882. True First Edition. Hardcover. A true first edition, Chicago imprint and inscribed by Sheridan on title page. Reprinted in Washington in same year, Chicago imprint being much rarer. Ex-library copy with rubber stamps from the "Long Island Historical Society"; one stamp located on second title page and one on last leaf of text block. Period binding with three-quarter leather and marbled paper boards; and title on a red leather pastedown on spine. All edges have light toning and a few leaves have light chipping on the fore edge, not affecting content. Signature from Sheridan reads "Compliments of Lt. Gen. Sheridan." This is the "official compilation covering the bloodiest years in western warfare" (Howes) and details over 400 engagements. Howes S395. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 120 pp; Signed by Author .

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        The Works of William Harrison Ainsworth

      London: George Routledge and Sons. - George Routledge and Sons, London, 1882. 16 Volume set, 9 inches tall. Attractive contemporary half red calf bound by one of the Finest bookbinders of the period – Ramage, London. Cloth boards, gilt spine with 6 compartments of raised bands, gilt lettering on two and four on twin labels, top edges gilt. William Harrison Ainsworth a noted British writer, was trained in law, but some adventures in journalism led him finally to the literary life, his first success as a writer of romance being scored with "Rookwood" in 1834. "Tower of London" was the fourth work of the novelist, and, according to Ainsworth himself, it was written chiefly with the aim of interesting his fellow-countrymen in the historical associations of the Tower. Ainsworth died at Reigate on January 3, 1882. Size : 8vo, Numerous steel and wood engraved plates and text illustrations, illustrated by various illlustrators incl. Cruikshank, Phiz, Browne. 16 Volumes consisting of: Vol I – Tower of London, frontispiece, title, advertisement, preface iii-viii, contents ix-xii, illustration listing xiii-xvi, 1-439; Vol II – Windsor Castle, P. frontispiece, engraved title, blank, title, advertisement, half title, contents iii-vi, illustrations vii-x, 1-324; Vol III – Chrichton, P. frontispiece, engraved title, blank, title, advertisement, preface (2), contents (2), 1-354; Vol IV – The Flitch of Bacon, P. frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, preface v-vi, 1-290; Vol V – The Star Chamber, half-title, blank (2), frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, contents vii-viii, 1-296; Vol VI – Boscobel, P. frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, preface v-viii, contents ix-xvi, illustration listing (1), blank, 1-369; Vol VII – Ovingdean Grange, P. frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, contents v-ix, illustration listing (1), half-title, blank, 3-357; Vol VIII – Mervyn Clitheroe, P. frontispiece, engraved title, blank, title, blank, dedication, blank, contents v-viii, plate list (1), blank, half-title, blank, 1-372; Vol IX – The Spendthrift, P. frontispiece, title, blank, contents iii-v, illustrations, 3-332; Vol X – The Miser’s Daughter, frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, contents vii-xi, blank, 1-302; Vol XI – Guy Fawkes, P. frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, preface v-vi, contents vii-viii, 1-359; Vol XII – Rookwood, P. frontispiece, engraved title, blank, title, advertisement, contents iii-iv, memoir v-xxvii, blank, (2), dedication xxxi-xxxii, preface xxxiii-xxxviii, 1-338; Vol XIII – Jack Sheppard, P. frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, contents v-viii, 1-344; Vol XIV – The Lancashire Witches, frontispiece, title, advertisement, dedication, blank, contents v-viii, 1-492; Vol XV – Auriol, P. frontispiece, title, advertisement, illustration list, blank, 1-238; Vol XVI – Old Saint Paul’s, P. frontispiece, engraved title, blank, title, advertisement, contents (2), advertisement, list of plates, 1-426. Occasional foxing to some of the volumes otherwise an excellent attractive set.   Condition Report Externally Spine – very good condition – nicely decorated in gilt and twin labels. Joints – very good condition – minor rubbing. Corners – very good condition. Boards – very good condition – minor marks and rubbing, gilt lines to quarters. Page edges – very good condition – top edge gilt, minor foxing. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – very good condition. Paste downs – very good condition – marbled, bookplate. End papers – very good condition – marbled. Title – good condition – some foxing to some titles. Pages – very good condition – minor foxing. Binding – very good condition. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1882 Binding: Hardback [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - TWAIN,MARK [CLEMENS,SAMUEL]. THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER: A TALE FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES by Mark Twain. Boston: James R. Osgood 1882 (1882). 4to, (7 x 8 1/2"), 411p., green cloth stamped in gold and black, very slight cover soil and rubbing, really near Fine in custom cloth box with leather label. First Edition in first state binding (resette 1/8" below fillet), second state of text with corrections on pages 124 (state not estate), 263 (do instead of do not) and 362 (reined not reigned). The classic children's tale tells the story about a prince and a pauper who switch roles and learn that the grass isn't necessarily greener on the other side. Illustrated with 192 engravings. Peter Parley To Penrod p.65, BAL 3402. Lovely copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Prince and the Pauper A tale for young people of all ages. With one hundred and ninety-two illustrations.

      Boston James R. Osgood and Company 1882 - First Edition, First Issue of "The Prince and the Pauper" TWAIN, Mark. The Prince and the Pauper. A tale for young people of all ages. With one hundred and ninety-two illustrations. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1882. First American edition, first issue, with Franklin Press imprint on verso of title-page, and the three uncorrected texts. Octavo (8 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches; 210 x 165 mm). [1]- 411, [5, blank] pp. BAL binding state B, with true binder's endpapers at front and back, and top rosette on spine 1/16-inch below fillet. With 192 text illustrations. Original green cloth lettered and pictorially stamped in gold and black on front cover and spine. Hinges expertly repaired. Extremities very slightly rubbed. Overall an excellent copy. BAL 3402. Johnson, Twain, pp. 39-41. HBS 67885. $500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A complete set (21 volumes) of the Annual Reports of the U.S. Geological Survey, 1882-1895, published when Powell served as Director of the Survey. [First editions].

      the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1882 - Washington, thick quartos, variously paged. ***CONTENT: Major John Wesley Powell, who lost his right arm at the battle of Shiloh, achieved wide notoriety for his explorations of the American West, especially his two daring voyages down the untamed Colorado River in 1869 and 1871-1872. Gifted with imagination, disciplined, and largely educated by his field experiences, Powell developed a solid background in geology and ethnology, and became a champion of conservation and the wise use of natural resources. He encouraged the Survey's scientists to produce reports focusing on all aspects of geology: mineralogy, petrology, hydrology and irrigation, topography and geomorphology, structural geology, earthquakes, volcanism, paleontology, glacial studies, areal geology, geologic history, etc. Studies of metallic and non-metallic mineral resources received particular attention. These volumes each contain from 1-8 reports that vary in length from a few pages to more than 300 pages. Reports of special significance in this set include geological studies of the Grand Canyon (Dutton), the Comstock Lode, Nevada (Becker), Lake Superior copper and iron (Irving), Hawaiian volcanoes (Dutton), rocks of the Sierra Nevada (Turner), arid region hydrography (Powell, Newell), Appalachian structure (Willis), North American glaciers (Russell), fossil mammals and birds (Marsh), Iowa Pleistocene (McGee), Cambrian trilobites and faunas (Walcott), the Charleston (SC) earthquake (Dutton), artesian wells (Chamberlin), paleobotany and Laramie flora (Ward), mid-continent petroleum and natural gas (Orton, Phinney), and more. Mining districts receiving attention include: Comstock, Washoe, Leadville (Colorado), Eureka, California quicksilver, Penokee and Marquette iron, Ophir gold and silver, plus coal, oil and gas districts, etc. Areal geology studies of specific regions include: the San Francisco Peninsula, southern Oregon, eastern seacoast swamps and shorelines, Yellowstone, Martha's Vineyard and Cape Ann (Massachusetts), Chesapeake Bay, Mount Desert (Maine), the Rocky Mountains and Appalachians, the Taconic Range and Green Mts. (New York and Vermont), Maryland granites, and more. These reports are splendidly illustrated by 1218 full-page plates, photos and maps (yes, I counted them), many folding and in color, as well as a plethora of text figures and small maps. Two volumes contain colored geologic maps of the U.S. that command significant prices at auction. [Annual Report no. I, by Clarence King, will be offered in a separate listing]. ***CONDITION: All volumes are fully complete; they are in VG to Fine condition and uniformly bound in the original "Geological Survey" cloth bindings with a gilt vignette on the front covers and original gilt-lettered spines with crossed pick and hammer decoration. The covers are very clean and sound with only light wear to the extremities. Joints and hinges typically solid, bindings firm. The text pages and illustrations are near pristine: fresh, clean and bright. Some volumes show mild evidence of previous ownership on the endpapers. It has taken many years to assemble this handsome set - these volumes are very difficult to obtain in such nice condition. Nickles 841-842. BMNH 2176. International and domestic shipping will be extra, but only at my cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bevis. The Story of a Boy. Complete in three volumes.

      Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, London(1882). First edition - complete in three volumes. Miller & Matthews' primary printing and binding. 8vo. 287pp, 294pp and 294pp. Green cloth, lettered in gold at spines with a black- and gold-stamped decoration to the upper boards. Decorated endpapers. The bindings of all three volumes shaken and quite tender, cracked at a number of gatherings but holding. Spine heads rubbed and with just a touch of light chafing to corner tips. Endpapers a little browned, with a touch of light spotting to edges, and preliminary and concluding leaves. Former owner name and date (1938) neatly inked to a blank flyleaf in each volume. Really quite a bright if tender set of Jefferies' boyhood classic, the sequel to 'Wood Magic' (1881): really quite uncommon in this primary green binding (there is some considerable debate over the priority between the green and brown bindings, and here I bow to George Miller's proven scholarship in deducing the green set over the brown see Miller & Matthews B15.1). Produced in a likely print run of between 750 and 1,000 copies. Only the second such set we have had in over a decade.. Book Condition: Good. Binding: Hardcover

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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 - (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 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Crusaders : a story of the Women's Temperance Movement of 1873-74

      Peabody, Macey, and Co., New York 1882 - Extremely rare Hardcover, first edition thus. Original. Plaid pink and lavender endpapers are clear of any handwriting or bookplates. Inscribed but not signed by the author on the fly - appears to state: 'Warren Smith - presented by the Author." Also has a signature of Emily Smith Wallace. A nice VG+ condition book. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Poet's Harvest Home

      London: Eliot Stock, 1882. pp (xi) 155. 12mo (6 1/2" x 4 1/4"). A rare Presentation Copy from the author, William Bell Scott to his friend, Professor John Nichol, "with affectionate remembs... November 1882". Featuring original engraved artwork within oval frames by the author on front board, title page, as well as two additional within. In cream-colored binding with title, author and illustration in red ink on front board; spine plain, with red title and author and paper sticker in old ink. Engraved Bookplate inside front cover: University of Aberdeen, English Class Library (in old ink). Also rubber stamped in red: "withdrawn from Aberdeen University Library." Condition: overall Very Good, with heavy dust-soiling to spine and less so to covers. T.e.g.,otherwise the laid paper pages are untrimmed and charmingly offset. Ungilt edges are age somewhat age-toned, elsewise, interior pages are clean and tight. One small tear to page 5. One small edit in ink, p. 153 (could be by author's hand). Numerous engraved initial caps and dingbats contained within. Dedicated to W.M. Rossetti; this volume was published only a day before the demise of D.G. Rossetti, William's bother and Scott's dear friend. Signed presentation copies were despatched to many of his friends of the Pre-Raphaelite circle: C. Rossetti, Swinburne, Holman Hunt, as well as William Morris. Scott’s Autobiographical Notes (1892) records the touching notes and verses sent him in thanks by Christina Rossetti and Swinburne; Morris congratulates him on a well-produced book. These missives recognize the mutual loss felt by the group of artists. Scott could not attend Rossetti's funeral , being ill. This volume was, in fact, Scott’s valedictory work of poetry, written when he was seventy years old and entering a period of decline due to angina pectoris which severely limited his travel. He would die in November of 1890. Scott records in the Notes that he wrote A Harvest Home "without premeditation and with quite a novel feeling of spontaneity... every line to be employed in its development, came to me as if from memory, they were written down in pencil on pieces of paper I had placed under my pillow the night before." (Vol.2,pp. 303-304.) *** The recipient of this copy, PROFESSOR JOHN NICHOL, (1833-1894) was the first Regius Professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Glasgow. The son of an academic, Nichol was an accomplished biographer, essayist, literary critic, lecturer and sometime poet. Warm correspondence spanning the 1880's exists between Nichol and Bell (See Memoir of John Nichol, J. Maclehose, Glasgow, 1896) wherein Bell comments on Nichols's The Death of Theistodes and Other Poems which Bell declares "rouse (him) like the sound of a trumpet." The two visited each other in Ayrshire, and Nichol attended Bell's funeral in 1890. . Signed by author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good-.

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      - with an exposition of ancient and modern means of communication, and of the Federal and Confederate cipher systems; also a Running Account of the War between the States. In two volumes. Volume 1: Pp. [ii]+xii+378(last blank, paginated 9-378), frontispiece, tissue guard, 4 plates (maps, 3 full page), text illustrations, appendix; Volume 2: Pp. viii+390 (paginated 9-390), frontispiece, tissue guard, text illustrations, 3 full page maps, appendix, Roll of US Military Telegraph Operators, index; brown cloth, lettered and ruled in gilt and blind; upper hinge starting in Volume 1 and cracked in Volume II, leaves browned with occasional creasing to some upper fore-corners, some occasional light foxing and offsetting, Jansen, McClurg & Co, Chicago, 1882. First edition. *The definitive work on the history of communication and military telegraph during the American Civil War. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Schoenenwerd, Album der Firma C. F. Bally mit 24 Ansichten der schweizer Gemeinde Schoenenwerd im Bezirk Olten des Schweizer Kantons Solothurn

      Zürich: Orell Füssli & Co, [1882]. 1. Auflage, ORIGINALAUSGABE mit 24 Tafeln nach Zeichnungen von J. Weber mit jeweiliger Bezeichnung in Französischer Sprache, 31x24 (Querformat), rotes illustriertes O Ln mit facettierten Buchdecken und montierter Ansicht auf der Vorderdecke SEHR SCHÖNES EXEMPLAR des frühen Firmenalbums der Firma Bally, die 1851 von Carl Franz Bally in Schönenwerd gegründet wurde. Dieses zum Inbegriff schweizer Qualität gewordene Unternehmen stellte zunächst Damen- und Herrenschuhe, später auch Accessoires her. Die internationale Luxusmarke Bally (als Hersteller von Schuhen, Bekleidung und Accessoires) ist seit 2008 im Besitz der österreichischen Labelux Group GmbH. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Lk 43094, i

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        EPISODIOS NACIONALES. Ilustr. de los Sres. Mélida, Lizcano, Pellicer, Esteban, Ferriz, Sojo, Mestres, Sala, Gómez Soler, Ferrant, Beruete, etc.

      La Guirnalda 1882-85, Madrid - 10 vols. 4º. Cada vol. comprende 2 episodios, leve óx en alguna hoja. Lomos en tela, tapas estampadas. - Bella y apreciada edición. Las ilustraciones no firmadas son debidas al mismo Pérez Galdós. Después de la edición de las 2 primeras series, no continuó publicándose ilustrado e in-cuarto, sino en edición económica.

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        Building Plans, Elevations, Details, and Sketches for Structures in San Francisco.

      San Francisco: James H. Hjul, Structural Engineer.(). Original pencil drawings on tracing paper. Sheet size varies. 52 sheets. James Hansen Hjul (1882 - 1957), a structural engineer, constructed many buildings in San Francisco. He was the founder of the J.H. Construction Company and was listed as a contractor, civil engineer, structural engineer and construction engineer in San Francisco City Directories from 1907 to 1958. Most of his work occurred in the South of Market area on warehouses and industrial buildings.

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        The Novels and Miscellaneous Works of Daniel De Foe. with prefaces and notes including those attributed to Sir Walter Scott. Life, adventures, and piracies of Captain Singleton, and life of Colonel Jack. In seven volumes

      London: George Bell & Sons 1882 / 1885. In 7 volumes complete. Half calf over marbled boards. Raised bands to spines with gilt panels and maroon & black leather title labels. Marbled edges and endpapers. Bookplate to first blanks. Slight foxing to prelims. Frontis portrait to volume one. Minimal wear. Bindings firm. A Very Good to Near Fine set. This edition was also published as the Bohn's Standard Library edition. . Very Good. Half Calf. 1882. 8vo..

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        Catalogue of the Library of J. Montgomery Sears, including The Poetical Library of Ferdinand Freiligrath

      John Wilson and Son 1882 - John Wilson and Son; Cambridge, 1882. Hardcover. First edition. Very Good, some soiling to leather/slight wear to extremes/trace foxing to page edges in full polished brown tree calf leather, edges gauffered, 5 raised bands, 6 compartments, deep red leather label in second one with title, others embossed and gilt ruled, both front and rear panels are gilt lined embossed with a nice gilt embossed emblem of Apollo on front cover, teg others very slightly deckled. 4to[quarto or approx. 9.5 x 12 inches], 330pp., appendix. We pack securely and ship daily with delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire.

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        Before & After Marriage in Five Acts. Drawn by Cassius M. Coolidge. Copyright by Geo. M. Hayes.

      1882 - New York. Published by Barnum & Co. 1882. Single chromolithograph sheet of postcard stock folded into 6 panels, printed recto only. Folded 182 x 77mm, extended 182 x 462mm. An early satirical piece by the famous caricaturist and artist best known for his poker-playing dogs. In 1877 Cassius Coolidge published a short series of sketches entitled The Tale of Wedded Life In Ten Scenes that depict stages of relationships. It was available for one dollar, including shipping. Apparently after his self published work, Coolidge was commissioned to create a custom version of his scenes for Jaques, Atwood & Co. in Chicago. The story was cut from ten scenes to five, each placed on 3?x5? paper cards.

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        Large collection of 85 books and magazines by and about Jean Lorrain.

      58 early books (from 1882 to 1957) and 20 more recent ones, including 4 translations (into Dutch and English). Plus 2 old books that mention Lorrain sidedishwise, and 5 fin de siècle magazines. Please ask for a complete description.l Jean Lorrain (1855-1906), a symbolist writer turned decadentistic, presenting himself as a 'dandy of the mire', catering gothic novelettes, but also chronicles of contemporary life, full of slurs and slander to the sensation-hungry reader. A great stylist, a master of masks who tampered with drugs, dying as a syphilitic and drug addict. His doting mother lived on for another 20 years, providing material to his Eckermann, the author Georges Normandy who was able to enhance Lorrains reputation as an author in the 20s and 30s. Never quite forgotten, there was a Lorrain revival in the carefree Sixties and the studious Eighties, fostering many publications also included in this collection. This is an arsenal of 44 different early titles with 14 reprints and differring duplicates, comprising 5 books with a lengthy dedication by Jean Lorrain, 3 with inserted letters by him and 2 with autograph poems his first three titles, nice original illustrated wrappers and some fantastically illustrated books. Added: two dozen books and other publications about Lorrain. This collection, measuring more than two shelves, is a grandiose addition for any Lorrain specialist or library.

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        Building Plans, Elevations, and Details for a Two Story Class "B" Building for James H. Hjul on the Corner of Harrison St. and Rincon St., San Francisco.(Now possibly the site of San Francisco's most recognized high-rise. )

      San Francisco: James H. Hjul, Structural Engineer, October 30 - May 31.(). Original pencil drawings on tracing paper. Sheet size varies. 40 sheets. Job #0087. James Hansen Hjul (1882 - 1957), a structural engineer, constructed many buildings in San Francisco. He was the founder of the J.H. Construction Company and was listed as a contractor, civil engineer, structural engineer and construction engineer in San Francisco City Directories from 1907 to 1958. Most of his work occurred in the South of Market area on warehouses and industrial buildings.

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        Poésies d'un voyageur, 1834-1878.

      - Paris, A. Lahure, 1882. In-12, (4)-217-(1) pp., reliure plein maroquin rouge (Amand), dos orné, tranches dorées (mors très légèrement frottés). Edition originale, tirage limité à 150 exemplaires. ENVOI autographe signé de Marmier à Mme Stéphen Liégeard. Bel exemplaire sous une riche reliure signée. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). *** Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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      London: Simpkin Marshall & Co.,, 1882. Or, the Heart of Heathen Africa. Native Customs and Beliefs. [Volume 2: Mission Life.] 2 volumes, octavo. Original diagonal-ribbed dark yellow cloth over bevelled boards, spines and front boards lettered and decorated in gilt and black, rear boards ruled in blind, brown floral endpapers, binder's ticket (Jackson's Works, Aberdeen) to rear pastedowns. Housed in a custom blue cloth slipcase. Wood-engraved frontispiece, 8 similar plates, illustrations to the text. Spines a touch sunned and bumped, tips lightly rubbed, small section of darkening to cloth at upper outer corner of vol. 1 front board, a small portion of cockling below, faint scuffing and a light score-mark to vol. 2 rear board, a few other trivial marks, these flaws minor: an excellent, fresh copy. First edition of this important account of Malawi, from the celebrated travel collection of Franklin Brooke-Hitching, with his pencilled initials to the half-titles. Macdonald (1850-1929) arrived in the Shire Highlands in July 1878 as the first ordained minister of the newly-established Church of Scotland mission at Blantyre. During his tenure the mission assumed control of what Macdonald himself referred to as "civil jurisdiction", and became implicated in numerous abuses, including routine corporal punishment of any locals suspected of stealing mission property, leading to death in one instance and the flogging of an entirely innocent individual in another, and the large-scale expropriation of land "partly to forestall Portuguese claims to the sovereignty of the Shire Highlands" (Morris, An Environmental History of Southern Malawi, p. 53). Macdonald and others were recalled by the Foreign Mission Committee in 1881, and he spent the rest of his life as a parish minister. Despite the circumstances of his tenure, considered disreputable even by the standards of the day, his account is considered a "pioneer ethnographic study of the Yao" (ibid.) in a remarkably sympathetic vein.

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        A History of Champagne with Notes on the other Sparkling Wines of France [Presentation / Signed and Inscribed by Perinet & Fils, Reims in September 1886]. With an Appendix: "The Principal Champagne and other Sparkling Wine Brands. Illustrated with 880 Engravings.

      London: Vizetelly & Co.. The binding slightly stained on front board and back cover. Very firm binding. The endpapers fully intact. Extremely rare with the inscription by Perinet & Fils in Reims. Perinet & Fils also have a full page advertising for their Champagne production in the rear of the book which shows a 'Sectional View of a portion of the Caves in the Rue St.Hilaire in Reims'. Other companies advertising are: Ches. de Cazanove / Roper Freres & Co. (Extra Dry / Medium Dry) / Moet and Chandon's Brut Imperial - Dry Champagne.. London, Vizetelly & Co., 1882. Quarto. Frontispiece, XII, 263 pages and 12 pages Appendix and Advertisement of Champagne companies. Hardciover / Originall full green cloth with gilt lettering and illustrations on spine and cover. The binding slightly stained on front board and back cover. Very firm binding. The endpapers fully intact. Extremely rare with the inscription by Perinet & Fils in Reims. Perinet & Fils also have a full page advertising for their Champagne production in the rear of the book which shows a 'Sectional View of a portion of the Caves in the Rue St.Hilaire in Reims'. Other companies advertising are: Ches. de Cazanove / Roper Freres & Co. (Extra Dry / Medium Dry) / Moet and Chandon's Brut Imperial - Dry Champagne. Includes for example: Early Renown of the Champagne Wines / The Wines of the Champagne from the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century / Invention and Development of Sparkling Champagne / The Battle of the Wines / Progress and Popularity of Sparkling Wines / Champagne of England / The Champagne Vinelands - The Vineyards of the River / The Vineyards of the Mountain / The Wines of the Champagne and the System of Cultivation / The Vintage in the Champagne / The Preparation of the Champagne / Reims and its Champagne Establishments / Epernay / The Champagne Establishments of Epernay and Pierry / Some Champagne Establishments at Avize and Rilly / Sport in the Champagne (Boar - Hunting in the Champagne ) M. D'Honnincton's Boar - Hounds / The 'sonnerie du sanglier' etc. etc. Damge by Boars / Sparkling Saumur and Sparkling Sauterne's / The Sparkling Wines of Burgundy, the Jura, and the South of France / Facts and Notes respecting Sparkling Wines /

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        TWO ON A TOWER.

      - A romance. In three volumes. Pp. [iv]+246+[iv]+240+[iv]+224(last colophon); rebound in brown half calf, spines lettered and ruled in gilt around raised bands, lighter brown cloth boards, a trifle marked; all edges sprinkled red; later endpapers; ex library copy, with several scattered stamps, a couple of tiny edge splits, small piece torn from bottom fore-corner pp. 15/16 Volume I, a few leaves faintly creased, a little light foxing and occasional slight soiling; Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, London, 1882. First edition. Purdy 41; Sadleir 1116. *Originally published serially in the \i Atlantic Monthly , Boston, from May to December 1882. For the publication in book form, Hardy devised his own advertisement, in which he described the novel as 'the story of the unforeseen relations into which a lady and a youth many years her junior were drawn by studying the stars together; of her desperate situation through generosity to him; and of the reckless \i coup d'audace by which she affected her deliverance' (Purdy, p. 44). [Attributes: 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).

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        Days of the Son of Man

      J. C. McCurdy & Co., Philadelphia 1882 - Embossed title with gilt lettering. Separation at right hinge and pull to head of spine. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 685 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Horse In Motion As Shown By Instantaneous Photography

      Boston: James R. Osgood And Company, 1882. Book. Illus. by Eadweard Muybridge - Photographer. Very Good +. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Original Brown Cloth With Gilt Pictorial Stamping. The Book Has Bumped Corners..

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        The Horse in Motion.

      Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1882. - Small folio, original pictorial black and gilt-stamped dark green cloth over boards, t.e.g. [iii]?viii, 127 pp., 107 plates, including 9 chromolithographs, 5 heliotypes, and 98 lithographs. First edition of this important work documenting Muybridge's groundbreaking work in motion photography. Leland Stanford, railroad magnate, a governor of California and founder of Stanford University, reputedly made a bet that, for a moment in the course of its galloping stride, all four of a horse's hooves are simultaneously off the ground. Because the moment is too fleeting for the human eye to detect, Stanford hired English-born photographer Eadweard Muybridge, already well known for his photographs of western American landscapes, to prove him right. Although Muybridge's work was apparently interrupted by his determination to track and kill his wife's lover, he eventually devised a system of 24 successively placed cameras whose shutters were linked to trip wires set off by the galloping horse. The resulting sequence of photographs, reproduced here as lithographs, was a "technical and conceptual breakthrough" (Tate Museum) which not only of course won Stanford's bet and opened the doors to new conceptions of animal locomotion, but also set the stage for motion picture cameras and the film industry. Illustrated with black and white plates depicting the horse in motion and chromolithographs of horse anatomy.CONDITION: Very good, discreetly re-backed with original spine laid down, covers slightly worn, head and foot of spine rubbed, corners bumped, contents clean, binding tight; nineteenth century bookplate of Newton Hall, Cambridge on front paste-down. Over all a bright, solid, and attractive copy.SHIPPING: Heavy item. Additional shipping charges may apply. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fine Motif Samples for Silverware of Aesthetic Period Bird and Flora Designs

      Birmingham, circa 1882-1890. The private working volume of a prolific and most talented Birmingham silversmith, containing over 260 silver engraved rubbings on paper, of designs to be etched onto jewellery, silver tableware, etc., approximately 17 pictorial engravings from a book, 12 pencil drawings, and one illustrated magazine print advertisement for Fattorini and Sons of Bradford in West Yorkshire retained for design reference. Each rubbing is made on its own paper clipping, and mounted to 25 leafs of an 1880 annual diary made by White & Pike, a lithography and book making firm in Birmingham. Rubbings vary in size, the smallest measuring approximately 2 x 2 cm, and the largest 7 x 11 cm. Rubbings mounted to the first four leafs are made in purple wax, while the majority are made in charcoal. Also containing a few manuscript annotations of specific client purchases, some of whom were jewellers and manufacturers of silverworks, also in Birmingham. Together with 4 photocopy leafs, loosely placed within the volume, outlining the particulars of a patent granted in 1930 to Tiptaft Limited of Birmingham for the production of decorative plaques, possibly suggesting the firm's connection to the volume. Folio. White & Pike's diary, featuring numerous advertisements of contemporary firms in the precious metals trades, and other businesses. Volume measures approximately 21 x 33 cm, green cloth boards titled in gilt to front. A generous example of Victorian silver etching works. During the Aesthetic Period (1880-1901), when beauty and freedom of spirit prevailed over social-political themes, in literature, fine art, music, and other art forms, a sense of fun and insouciance returned to jewellery and table wares. Sterling silver pieces made in Birmingham became quite popular at this time. Engraved motifs such as those presented here were used to decorate vases, tea caddies and sugar bowls, serving platters, candlesticks, bangle bracelets, lockets, brooches, watch fobs, jewellery boxes, fine furniture embellishments, and so much more. A rare survivor from a silversmith's shop in Birmingham, historic Warwickshire, now known as the West Midlands, the present volume has survived in excellent form, and now serves to memorialize Victorian era styles of ornamentation for precious metals, in particular the English attraction to the fabled bird. The volume, a White & Pike's Diary for the year 1880, was first used in 1880 to record the silversmith's sales and services rendered to his Birmingham clients, as manuscript entries are made on specific dates throughout the volume. Clients include private names such as one Mr. Abbott who may have been a manufacturer of musical instruments as he also purchased silver by weight "for snaps, mouthpieces, and plates". Other repeat private clients appearing in the accounts include Walton and Dewson. The silversmith frequently served other professionals and firms from various trades working with metals and jewellery, for example: •Phillips & Pearce - listed in Harrod's Special Directory (1880 First Edition) as dye sinkers, tool makers, stampers and piercers with a shop at 131 Barr Street in Birmingham •Mr. Phillips himself, who purchased silver to stamp into beads •Tool makers Cashmore & Morton who purchased red gold in one instance •Clock and watch makers Grimmett & Finning / Grimmet & Co., and co-owner Mr. Grimmett •Peers & Co. - The 1880 Kelly's Directory of the Watch & Clock Trades lists Peers Edgar & Co. as a manufacturer of best gold-cased chains and jewellery, situated at 264 Icknield Street, in Birmingham •Mr. Sanders who purchased silver to saw-pierce into names •Hickman who brought in 39 earrings and 19 brooches to renew •Clutterbuck who bought 42 blanks to stamp in dies sent Based on the sales entries, some of the items manufactured and sold to retail clients included women's brooches, bracelets, locket dies, and earrings, whereas to other men in the trade and manufacturing of silver artifacts, he sold beads, blank silver pieces for stamping, and silver to turn into coils. The volume was subsequently re-purposed as a private catalog, to retain sample engraved rubbings on paper clippings, which have been pasted over the earlier accounts records. Owing to the private financial notes throughout the volume, this was most likely the silversmith's private working volume, kept in the shop. A more aesthetically pleasing catalog of designs would have surely been presented to his clients. Also intended for personal reference only, a large printed advertisement leaf for Fattorini and Sons of Bradford in West Yorkshire was retained, and annotated in pencil "keep this" - evidently for design reference. Interestingly, the advertisement illustrates designs for cigarette case, one of which is similar to a rubbing found on the previous leaf with the same shaped shield at its center. Oblongs, cameos and roundels, the silver plate etched motifs are rather intricate and refined, the work of a skilled and passionate silversmith. Many of the designs feature birds, a scant few of these having a Far East influence with delicate fans incorporated in the composition, and some resonating with the local appreciation for the birds of England. Flora and leaf patterns are also abundant, and combinations of birds in gorgeous botanical flourishes. [Bird motifs were especially popular in the 1890s and into the turn of the century. Victorians were deeply inspired by nature, and they especially loved birds, which represented hope, freedom, and rebirth. Swallows were typically the first bird to land on a ship when nearing land, and thus came to represent a safe return.] A few designs standout as rather unique and must have been special orders, including one which highlights the Albert memorial clock erected in Belfast in 1869, a round cut scene hand drawn of horse drawn closed carriage complete with a bugler, and a small roundel of a sail boat. One of the cigarette case designs features sand dollars, also fitting for a period during which seaweed collecting and seaside retreats were popular. The 17 copper engraved leafs also suggest that the silversmith produced copper engraved plates for book printers, or at least made the engraved plates for one book which illustrated several birds. Finally, one loose leaf placed in the volume carries rubbings of monogram initials. This may be the working volume of James Walter Tiptaft who founded "J.W. Tiptaft & Son" in 1882. Tiptaft of Birmingham operated from 1882 until 1940, the founder and his son being advertised as ironmongers, jewellers and medallists, over the years. On 14 January 1880, the first manuscript entry was made in the present volume. James Walter Tiptaft was by this time already active in Birmingham. In 1881 he was known to have 2 employees working for him, and may very well have begun compiling this volume for easy reference. James Walter Tiptaft was born in January 1848 in Welford, Northamptonshire, and died sometime after 1900. According to the census of Birmingham, by 1871 he was employed as an "ironmonger's assistant" and residing with his brother Edward at No. 6 Louisa Street. He married Elizabeth Smith in July 1872 in Dudley, Worcester. By 1878, and possibly earlier, the couple had moved to Birmingham. At 33 years old James W. Tiptaft appears in the 1881 census of Birmingham, Warwickshire, his trade being "ironmonger employing 2 men," residing at 12 Spring Hill with his wife Elizabeth, together with his parents William Kea Tiptaft and Ann James (née Atkin) Tiptaft (1821-1892), and also his brother Robert Tiptaft. In 1882, he founded "J.W. Tiptaft & Son." The 1901 census of Birmingham shows James W. Tiptaft living at 129 City Road, with his wife Elizabeth, son William, and nephew Percy N. Burton who is described as 20 years old, ironmonger, worker, born at Birmingham. James Walter Tiptaft's father was William Keal Tiptaft (1824-1893), born in Houghton, Leicestershire, and died in Birmingham, Warwickshire. He was a classical and commercial teacher, later a schoolmaster until at least age 47. In an uncommon turn of events, it seems that in his later working years, he joined his son James in ironmongery. Having moved from Leicestershire, the 1881 census of Birmingham lists him as an "ironmonger's assistant." James and Elizabeth had at least one child, William J. Tiptaft who was born circa 1884 in Birmingham. At age 17, he was also a ironmonger, having learned the trade from his father. He too married a woman named Elizabeth. They had a son they named William. Online sources state that James Walter Tiptaft went into partnership with his son Norman in 1909, however contemporary directories, trade mark registries, and genealogies available online only produce the record of one son, William Tiptaft. Further research is warranted. The mark registered with the Birmingham Assay Office in 1886, 1892, 1906, 1923, and in 1934, for J.W. Tiptaft himself was "J·W·T" whereas in October 1914 for J.W. Tiptaft & Son Ltd. the mark registered was simply "JWT" with no dots or periods. James Walter Tiptaft also entered his mark with the Chester Assay Office from the address of 25 Northampton Street, Birmingham, on the 30th April 1904. His private address at the time of the Chester registration was 22 Whately Road, Handsworth, Staffs. In 1940, Tiptaft Limited was still listed in Kelly's Directory, and also the London Post Office Directory, as a medallist ("Medals and badges in gold, silver and bronze for sports, societies and clubs; Contractors to H.M. Government"), the London address being 22 Hatton Garden. Later the same year the firm was sold to and incorporated with S. Blanckensee and Son Ltd.. S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd. was founded in Bristol in 1826. In September 1863 the firm moved to Birmingham where it established its first registered mark, and established a shop on Great Charles Street. Solomon (Abraham) and his son Aaron, traded as Blanckensee & Son, Jewellers. In the 1931 Kelly's Trade Directory the firm is listed as makers of regimental, naval, and R.A.F. badges, crests and brooches, In 1941, as medalists.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1882 - 1882 Wisden Paperback, Facsimile Covers.

      1882. Hi, This is an 1882 Original Paperback Wisden, only the 19th Edition and quite a hard year to find. It is an original but has facsimile covers and spine. Inside the pages are very white but have quite a few underlines to the text, the majority in pencil. The covers are excellent.

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        Picturesque Canada, Volumes 1,2,3

      Belden Bros., Toronto 1882 - Picturesque Canada; The Country As It Was And Is. Rare 3 volume set, full leather, gilded title and art pallete and easel on front cover, 6 bands on spine with gilded letters and scroll, morroco endpapers, all fore-edges gilded. Text in Very Good condition, 889 total pages for the three volumes, top cover of leather worn off at nearly all edges, slight separation of spine from front cover in a small area of a couple volumes. Photos provided if interested. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Naturalist's Voyage Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the countries visited during the voyage of H.M.S. 'Beagle' round the world, under the Command of Capt. FitzRoy, R.N. Fifteenth Thousand

      New York: John Murray, 1882 Later printing of Darwin's first published book most commonly referred to as The Voyage of the Beagle, taken from the 1860 edition with the postscript which is considered to be his final text. Originally published as volume III of a four-volume multi-authored set, Darwin's account of the HMS Beagle's second survey expedition from 1831 to 1836 was so successful and well regarded that it was published separately in 1839 by Henry Colburn.

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        Mlle FIFI.

      Bruxelles, Henry Kistemaeckers 1882 - Mlle Fifi - La Bûche - Le Lit - Un Réveillon - Mots d'Amour - Une aventure parisienne - Marroca. Eaux-fortes par Just (portrait-frontispice). L'un des rares portraits dont l'écrivain ait autorisé la publication. Vignettes de chapitre, bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe. ÉDITION ORIGINALE RARE. Bruxelles, Henry Kistemaeckers, collection "Édition du Bibliophile" - 1882 - 172 pages. Tirage à petit nombre sur vergé. Joint un article de presse sur François Tassart. Reliure demi-maroquin bleu de l'époque. Dos à nerfs aux titre et auteur dorés. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. Couverture chamois conservée. Pas de rousseur. Parfait état. Format in-12°(16x11). Mademoiselle Fifi est un recueil de nouvelles de Guy de Maupassant placé sous les thèmes du libertinage et de la guerre de 1870. 1ère Edition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Manuscript, signed ("Rose Hartwick Thorpe"), two stanzas from "Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight"

      Grand Rapids, Mich, 1882. 24 lines, fair copy, in ink, on single folded sheet. 1 vols. 8vo. Accompanied by a 2 pp. ALS from Thorpe, conveying the ms in response to the recipient's request. Both in fine condition. 24 lines, fair copy, in ink, on single folded sheet. 1 vols. 8vo. "Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight". Two stanzas from the immensely popular popular song, in its day, about a young girl during the Protectorate who saves the life of her Cavalier lover from a sentence of death" She has reached the topmost ladder, o'er her hangs the great dark bell; Awful is the gloom beneath her, like the pathway down to hell. See! the ponderous tongue is swinging; 'tis the hour of curfew now, And the sight has chilled her bosom, stopped her breath, and paled her brow. Shall she let it ring? No, never! Her eyes flash with sudden light, As she springs, and grasps it firmly: "Curfew shall not ring to-night!" Out she swung,-- far out. The city Seemed a speck of light below,-- There twixt heaven and earth suspended, As the bell swung to and fro. And the sexton at the bell-rope, old and deaf, heard not the bell, Sadly thought that twilight curfew rang young Basil's funeral knell. "Still the maiden, clinging firmly, quivering lip and fair face white, Stilled her frightened heart's wild throbbing: "Curfew shall not ring tonight!"

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        A fine photogravure portrait of Florence Eleanor Booth (1861-1957), wife of Bramwell Booth, Second General of The Salvation Army

      The high-quality sepia-toned photogravure is printed on stiff card (external dimensions 217 x 255 mm, image size 139 x 190 mm). The wide margin beneath the image is inscribed and signed in ink: 'Yours, affectionately Florence E. Booth. The grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit. Gal[atians] VI 18'. Apart from light creases to two corner tips, the item is in fine condition. Florence Eleanor Soper became a Salvation Army convert in her late teens; in October 1882, 'shortly after her twenty-first birthday, Captain Florence Soper married Chief of the Staff Commissioner Bramwell Booth' (official Salvation Army website). They were married for forty-seven years and had seven children. Shortly before her first child turned one, Florence became involved in the Women's Social Work aspect of The Salvation Army, 'and by the time she relinquished leadership of the WSW in 1912, this spare time ministry of a single rescue home had expanded to more than forty social work centres, of varying types, spread across' England. On the death of his father, Salvation Army founder and General William Booth, in August 1912, Bramwell Booth succeeded him as the Second General, and 'as Mrs General Booth, Florence had to move on to other duties'. This charming portrait appears to date from about this time.

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        Blason General y Nobleza del Universo.

      Madrid, Librería de M. Murillo, 1882. - in-4. XVI. XXIVff. 34ff. Plein maroquin rouge, dos a nerfs richement orné, double filet doré encadrant les plats et monogramme doré au centre du plat supérieur, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Précieux exemplaire, imprimé sur peau de vélin et somptueusement relié en maroquin, de la réimpression de 1882 de ce magnifique incunable héraldique illustré de 39 gravures. Elle ne fut tirée qu'à à 102 exemplaires (dont 100 sur papier vergé et 2 sur peau de vélin). On ne sait presque rien sur l'auteur Pedro de Gracia Dei, né vers 1469, mort en 1530, à qui l'on attribue également des poésies. On le croit galicien et il fut peut-être Roi d'Armes, expert en héraldique et en généalogie des familles nobles. Superbe reliure de l'époque en maroquin rouge. Très bel exemplaire. Palau, 106731. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sommertag, nach Arnold Böcklin.

      - Radierung und Aquatinta, 1882. 19:14,2 cm, Blattgröße 31,7:22,8 cm. Singer 326. – Brillanter Abdruck vor der Schrift, auf China. Im breiten Rand mit einigen wenigen Fleckchen, leicht knitterfaltig. Der Maler, Bildhauer und Radierer Max Klinger wird am 18.2.1857 in Leipzig geboren. Er studiert in bei Karl Gussow in Karlsruhe und an der Berliner Akademie. 1879 ist er im Atelier von Emile Wauters in Brüssel tätig. Ab 1888 reist Max Klinger wiederholt nach Italien. 1892 ist er Mitbegründer der Berliner Künstlergruppe "XI". Ab 1893 lebt er in Leipzig. 1894 wird er Mitglied der Berliner Akademie, ab 1897 ist er als Professor an der Leipziger Akademie der Grafischen Künste tätig. Ab 1903 hat er auch einen Wohnsitz in Großjena. Beim neu gegründeten Deutschen Künstlerbund ist Max Klinger Vizepräsident neben Max Liebermann, Fritz von Uhde und Harry Graf Kessler. 1906 wird er Vorsitzender des neuen Villa-Romana-Vereins für das Atelierhaus in Florenz. Ein Grundcharakteristikum der Kunst von Max Klinger ist der Symbolismus mit antik-mythologischen und christlichen Bezügen und Inhalten. Zu seinen malerischen Hauptwerken zählen "Kreuzigung" (1890), "Christus im Olymp" (1897), "Die griechische Geisteswelt" (1909 für Leipzig als Aulagemälde der Universität, zerstört). In seinem bildhauerischen Werk orientiert sich Klinger an der neu entdeckten griechischen Polychromie und er verwendet farbige Steine, so bei "Die neue Salome" (1893) und "Kassandra" (1886-1895). Als sein Hauptwerk gilt hier die monumentale Statue des sitzenden "Beethoven" (1886-1902, Leipzig, Neues Gewandhaus). Den bedeutsamsten Teil des künstlerischen Werks von Max Klinger stellt sein grafisches Werk dar. Es zählt zu den besten Leistungen der deutschen Grafik der Neuzeit, sowohl was das Technische, Künstlerische und Narrative angeht. Max Klinger setzt die Technik der Radierung und der Aquatinta in jeder Hinsicht meisterhaft ein und entwickelt sie weiter. Es entsteht ein umfangreiches Werk von Radierfolgen. Max Klinger stirbt am 4.7.1920 in Großjena bei Naumburg.

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        The Sun : Its Planets and Their Satellites a Course of Lectures Upon the Solar System

      Edward Stanford, London 1882 - The Gresham Lectures for 1881 & 1882. Given by the Professor of Astronomy Gresham College, London. pp xiv 432, illus with 94 woodblocks, 8 woodbury photo and lith plates (one set of three in colour) fold out chart of Mar to front. Only faults a little faded to edge of rear bd, name to title page, on small marginal note, short tear to fold of chart. Very tight and bright copy in fine bindings. Overweight Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Diccionario basco-español titulado Euskeratik Erderara Biurtzeco Itztegia

      - Editorial de Eusebio Lopez, Tolosa 1882. Plena piel grabada con nervios, rozada por el uso. Conserva cubierta. Texto a 2 columnas. IX+1257+11 hojas. Buen estado. 33x24 cm. Ref: 6874 [LS/015179-6874]

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        Pasquin: the Pastoral, Mineral, and Agricultural Advocate

      Judd and Co, London 1882 - Large thick quarto, ii, 980 pp., fine in handsome half brown morocco with gilt lettering by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Early London printed facsimile of the first three volumes of Pasquin (January 1867 to November 1869).Eustace Mitford 'came to South Australia in 1839, and remained here until he died thirty years afterwards. As a journalist he has been rarely equalled for fearlessness. His style of writing was reckless, fanciful, full of the strangest paradoxes and surprises? Pasquin was established as a favourite with a large portion of the South Australian people, and the object of unmeasured hatred and denunciation to other portions' (from the preface). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ALS to W. Watkinson, on the headed paper of the Casa Coraggio, Bordighera, Riviera di Ponente, May 1, 1882. 30 lines on 2pp, 8vo with integral blank.

      1882 1882 - ?Dear W. Watkinson, When your card arrived I was ill in bed, and when up again I delayed & delayed . I am sorry I cannot undertake to visit you . we shall be down in the West of England and not near Yorkshire. There is no place I would sooner go to give a lecture, but I cannot make engagements irrespective of my company . We shall be in London in the beginning of June. The name of my agent there is A.P. Watt Esq . Yours most truly, George MacDonald.? Small tears to edges, without loss. After receiving a Civil List pension, George Macdonald and his family moved in 1879 to Bordighera in the Riviera dei Fiori in Liguria, Italy, almost on the French border. He was based there for 20 years, writing almost half of his whole works. especially the fantasy work. MacDonald?s home at Casa Coraggio (Bravery House), became a renowned cultural centre. PLEASE NOTE: For customers within the UK and the EU, this item is subject to VAT.

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        The Sun : Its Planets and Their Satellites a Course of Lectures Upon the Solar System

      London: Edward Stanford, 1882. The Gresham Lectures for 1881 & 1882. Given by the Professor of Astronomy Gresham College, London. pp xiv 432, illus with 94 woodblocks, 8 woodbury photo and lith plates (one set of three in colour) fold out chart of Mar to front. Only faults a little faded to edge of rear bd, name to title page, on small marginal note, short tear to fold of chart. Very tight and bright copy in fine bindings. Overweight. First Edition. Full-Leather. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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