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        Aufgaben zum Übersetzen ins Lateinische - Dritter Teil: für Ober-Tertia und Unter-Secunda mit Verweisungen auf die Grammatik von Ellendt-Seyffert

      S. 287 Hardcover/Pappband Hardcover/Pappband, Weidmannsche Buchhandlung 1882, Achte Auflage, 287 Seiten, Ehem. Bibliotheksbuch mit den üblichen Änderungen einer Bibliothek wie Stempel - Kategorieaufkleber - usw., Text in altdeutscher Schrift, Seiten innen: nur vereinzel mit Eintragung (überwiegend sehr sauber und sehr gut erhalten), Buchschnitt nachgedunkelt, Cover: Ecken und Kanten leicht berieben/bestoßen, Buchrücken: Leinenkante vorne/oben brüchig/eingerissen (intern: 59L/Grau - weißer BA (Tx 13-3)/Altdeutsch Antiquarisch/Ohne Titel am Buchrücken/HC-2)

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        LA VEGA - VIAGGIO DI SCOPERTA DEL PASSAGGIO NORD-EST TRA L'ASIA E L'EUROPA, narrata dal BARONE A.E. NORDENSKJOLD, capo della spedizione - due volumi opera completa, Milano, Treves Fratelli, 1882

      1882. 22 x 29,7 , due volumi rilegatura mezza pergamena con titoli su tasselli, buone condizioni generali salvo macchioline diffuse. PRIMO VOLUME pagine 383 + XV di indici e ritratto iniziale dell'autore + 205 incisioni ed in fine DIECI stupende dieci carte anche grandi ripiegate di cui alcune a colori. SECONDO VOLUME pagine 359 + XI di indici + 262 incisioni e OTTO bellissime carte anche grandi e ripiegate di cui alcune a colori. I due volumi sono rari

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        Two on a Tower.

      London: Sampson Low, Marston, Rivington and Searle. 1882. First Edition. 3 Volumes. 8vo. Attractively bound (circa 1920s) in full blue calf by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, with burgundy title labels and gilt decoration, combed marble endpapers, top edge gilt. The original cloth covers are bound in at the rear and all half-titles are present. A clean and exceptionally handsome set. Tipped into the prelims of volume I is a short ALS from Hardy on Athenaeum notepaper. Housed in a tailor made triple compartment marbled slipcase. 'Two on a Tower' is a a romance story set in the world of Astronomy and was classified by the author as a fantasy. It represents the author's fullest expression of his fascination with science.

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        Winning His Spurs: A Tale of the Crusades

      London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1882. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE first edition, first printing, in the Publisher's original red boards with the spine and front board lettered and decorated in gilt and black, with all three edges of the closed page block gilded, and with the small binder's ticket to the rear pastedown's lower left corner. The volume is complete with the 32 page catalogue to the rear. This is the EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE first edition of one of Henty's earliest books for boys. Shortly prior to its publication in book form, the tale had been serialized in 26 installments in the Union Jack, and, as this book publication came directly from that serialization, the illustrations are within the text rather than on separate plates. The catalogue to the rear is dated September, 1883 -- while the earliest catalogue published in this title is dated December, 1881. The volume is mildly askew, the front cover is unusually bright, the spine and the rear board's forecorner show minor fading, and there is only modest exterior wear. Within, the original patterned endpapers are cracked and the leaves show scattered foxing -- mainly to the earliest and latest pages. As Newbolt points out, "no publisher's records survive", so the number of copies of the first edition published is unknown -- nevertheless, the number of first edition copies surviving to the present time is decidedly low. A Very Good copy of the EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE FIRST EDITION OF ONE OF G. A. HENTY'S EARLIEST BOOKS FOR BOYS, a genre by which he made much of his living.

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        Le sang des dieux

      First Edition, one of 500 numbered copies on laid, ours unjustified, only draw with Holland paper 25. Autograph signed by the author. In addition, this copy includes autograph manuscript of Jean Lorrain corrections on pages 26, 37, 39, 101 and 134. Illustrated book frontispiece a drawing after Gustave Moreau. Bites on the guards, light spots on boards, two ink spots on the second TV. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Alphonse Lemerre Paris 1882 12x19cm broché

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        Mélanges d?archéologie et d?histoire. 1881 (première année), 1883 (IIIe année), 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889. Ecole Français de Rome. (8 Volumes).

      Ernest Thorin - Spithöver 1882 - 1889, Paris - Rome, - aquarelles, reliure demi-parchemin à coins de l?époque. Plats papier marbré. Pièce de titre en cuir rouge dorée au dos. Filets, ornementations et motifs dorés au dos. Belle reliure. Ex-libris de Gaspard Mermillod, 1842 - 1892, Evêque de Lausanne et Fribourg puis Cardinal. Texte en grec ancien, latin et français. Bel exemplaire, hormis cachets de bibliothèque sur les pages de titres.

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        La forêt bleue

      First Edition, one of the rare copies printed on Holland paper paper (We know of at least two) unknown bibliographies leading copy. Bound in black half morocco with corners, back with five nerves embellished with ornate golden dotted double gilded boxes inlaid with red leather inset, date tail, gilt fillet on covers, covers and spine preserved, golden head on witnesses binding signed Blanchetière. Beautiful autograph of the author (José-Maria de Heredia) "First flute player of the modern ancient times, the teacher friend of Pan and goat-feet, this humble and distant echo of an adorable syrinx ... Jean Lorrain "Our copy is enriched with an autograph letter signed by the current of 2 sheets sent to (Leon) Vanier connected volume header author. Exceptional copy superbly prepared. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Alphonse Lemerre Paris 1882 13x19,5cm relié

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        The Chess Monthly

      London: Jas Wade, 1882-1883. iv+380 pages with illustrations, diagrams, tables, and index. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 6 1/4") bound in half brown leather with gilt lettering to spine and blue marbled boards. From the library of Dino Ruggieri. Volume IV (4). (Betts: 7-25). First edition.The Chess Monthly of Great Britain was one of the first to give properly annotated games. The principal editor, Leopold Hoffer, was helped enormously by having J H Zukertort as co-editor until his death in 1888. There were four regular sections: news, annotated games, problems and endgames. In addition, Hoffer carried on a profoundly bitter feud with his one-time benefactor, Steinitz. This publication should not be confused with The Chess Monthly published in the United States which was short lived from 1857-1862 and edited by Fiske and Morphy.Dino Ruggieri was born in, Pigüé a small city in the Buenos Aires province, October 22, 1921. His parents were both Italians, natives of Porto D'Ascoli. In their early years in Argentina, the Ruggieri’s family lived in the country, located about 45 miles from Pigüé. The family was engaged in agriculture. When Ruggieri was 8, his father purchased a home in Pigüé, where he lived until 2008. In 1938 he was involved in an accident and he was transferred to Buenos Aires for recovery. This was the beginning of his hobby of chess, both as a player over the board and by correspondence, but as well as a major collector of chess materials. After his recovery he became a prominent local chess player and very good representative in postal chess, where he represented Argentina in matches against Italy, Yugoslavia, Holland and other countries. He was using the correspondence with his rivals to offer exchanges. Ruggieri was related to Mr Niemeijer and soon began exchanging materials and making important purchases. He also had frequent contacts with Gregorio Lastra, Normando Ivaldi, Gaspar Soria and Carlos De Veyga, all known collectors of chess. He died in 2009 at the age of 88.Condition:Corners bumped, Ruggieri's stamp to front end paper, foxing else a very good copy of a scarce item.

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        Remarkable and newly discovered original manuscript draft pages of Charles Guiteau's 1882 book justifying his shooting of President Garfield, written from jail

      Washington, DC, 1882. 6.25" x 7.75". "Original manuscript draft page, 6.25” x 7.75”. Marginal tears and losses, light toning and soiling, glue remnants. Manuscript reads: [Brooklyn?] newspaper recently published a column + and a half of interview a lengthy interview with my brother John Watson W. Guiteau of Boston and I herewith extract from it. The interview is headed “Guiteau,” + is about me.” Guiteau has pasted a cutout of the newspaper article to which he refers onto this page.Also included is a lengthy, yet incomplete letter from one of Guiteau's admirers, Clara Augusta Davis, of West Hoboken, New Jersey, dated January 11, 1882. While Davis does not excuse Guiteau's murder of the President, throughout her letters she expresses her sincere belief that he truly believed that he was doing God's work and was insane.Davis even speaks of a personal visit to Guiteau in confinement, writing: ""I had hoped to see you … but Pa, who, dear soul, is the most indulgent of parents, felt constrained to refuse my petition to visit you at the jail.” Guiteau has crossed out “West Hoboken” and has written in “New York”, adding “No 2.” at the top of the page. Following James A. Garfield's death on September 19, 1881, Charles Guiteau, who had already been imprisoned and charged with attempted murder, was now charged with murder and went on trial on November 14, 1881. The trial concluded on January 30, 1882 and on February 4, the court sentenced him to hang on June 30. While awaiting his execution, Guiteau composed a sequel to his 1879 religious tract, The Truth, a Companion to the Bible, entitled, The Removal (the term he employed to describe his assassination of President Garfield). The condemned prisoner employed Gibson Brothers of Washington to print the book as The Truth and The Removal.Extremely Rare. These are among the only known pages of Guiteau's manuscript for The Removal known to be extant in private hands. Auction records reveal no other draft pages of the present, most important manuscript. Only Malcolm Forbes had a similar Guiteau item, sold at auction in 2002 (Christies, March 27, 2002, Lot 122, $9,988).From the family of printer William Gibson, whose firm printed the book in 1882. "

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        Works [All Early Editions, 17 volumes]

      - London; George Routledge and Sons; Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington. Various early dates (1882-1888). All early printings, 17 volumes, 12mo, containing Jules Verne's major works; modern 3/4 leather bindings, bound to style, raised bands, new end papers. Internally very clean and bright. For complete description, please inquire.

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        Report on the Phoenician and Roman Antiquities in the Group of the Islands of Malta

      

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        The Prince and the Pauper. With 192 illustrations.

      Boston, MA: James R Osgood and Co., 1882. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, with Franklin Press imprint to copyright page and the following identifying points: Page 124, line 1 ("estate" for "state"); page 263, line 9 from bottom ("do not" for "do"); page 362, line 3 from the bottom ("reigned for reined"). Square octavo, pp.411. Illustrated throughout. Original green cloth pictorially stamped in black and gilt, binding B with the top rosette just 1/16 inch from fillet. Lightly edgworn, owner name to flyleaf, spine tips a litttle rubbed and frayed. A very good copy indeed. 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. BAL [3402]. BMC No261, p90-93.

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        Hulda. Marche et airs de Ballet. Transcription a 2 pianos. Autograph musical manuscript signed and dated November 18, 1889

      Folio (345 x 270 mm.). 35, [ii] (blank), 36-61 pp. Wrappers with attractive calligraphic titling to upper. Notated in black ink on 14 hand-ruled staves per page. Occasional autograph corrections; significant rewriting of two bars on page 42; additional markings in red crayon and pencil. Wrappers slightly worn and torn at edges. Minor internal wear. Franck began his opera Hulda in 1882 and finished it in 1885. Its first performance was given posthumously on March 8, 1894 at Monte Carlo. The opera is based on a Scandinavian legend with text by Ch. Grandmougin after a dramatization by Bjornson. It was not published until 1894, at which time it was issued by Choudens in Paris. Even though Hulda did not premiere until after Franck's death, the Marche and Airs de Ballet from the opera were performed earlier and quite well received. In a letter to Vincent d'Indy (one of Franck's students) written from Antwerp on August 14, 1885 Franck wrote: "I want to tell you that at a concert here your `Chevanchee du Cid' was played perfectly, and had a great success...You were in the same company as your master, whose march and ballet music from `Hulda' were warmly applauded..." D'Indy: César Franck, p. 246. The same music from Hulda was also performed at the Franck Festival on January 30th 1887 at the Cirque d'Hiver. It would appear, moreover, that of the entire opera the ballet music was closest to Franck's heart. Again, quoting from d'Indy: "At the same time he almost took the bit between his teeth (forgive the trite expression) at one moment while composing Hulda; but it is remarkable that it was the ballet that carried him away from the first, and that was still symphonic music. He wrote this ballet without pause or break, at the same time as a prologue, which does not appear in the score as it now stands, having been replaced, no one knows why, by an epilogue. One evening in the autumn of 1882, when Henri Duparc and I called to see him, he came to meet us, flushed and very much excited, and fired off these words at us, which can only be really appreciated by those who knew "Father" Franck: "I think the ballet of Hulda is a very good bit of work; I am very pleased with it. I have just been playing it over to myself, and - I even danced it!" ibid p. 179.

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        Pasquin: the Pastoral, Mineral, and Agricultural Advocate

      London: Judd and Co, 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).

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        European Butterflies and Moths.

      London. Cassell, Petter & Galpin. 1882. Lithographic plates with original handcolor and tissue guards, all edges gilt, decorative endpapers, lvi+427pp, index, 11 x 9 inches, decorative color and gilt cloth covered boards and spine (hardbound). Light wear to cover extremities with some faint marking, light foxing and some soiling to a handful of plates, repaired tears to pg 37/38 (affecting text only) and to tissue guard of facing plate, light toning to edges of plates but plates are very clean. Overall very good, bright condition. This antique book features a gorgeous, bright decorative binding with golden butterflies, moths and flowers, and includes 61 attractive handcolored plates, information on Eggs, Larvae, Breeding Lepidoptera, Rearing Larvae and Pupae, On the Arrangement and Management of a Collection, etc, plus an Explanation of Plates and Alphabetical Index of Genera and Species. A heavy volume which will entail extra shipping charges.

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        The People's Map and Guide of San Francisco. (Map title: The People's Map & Guide of San Francisco California.)

      San Francisco. H.W. Faust. Map copyright June 1st., 1882. 3rd Edition. Color street map, 16 x15 inches on sheet 17 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches, folding to 5 3/4 x 3 inches. Only front cover of thin card wrappers is present (lacks guide and back cover). 1 inch horizontal separation at most fold intersections, otherwise map is clean and bright. A scarce early edition of the map of San Francisco published over a period of many years by H.W. Faust, this copy dated on the map 1882 and on the card cover 1883 (3rd. edition). Lithographed by W.T. Galloway & Co. S.F. Scale 1500 ft. to 1 inch, compiled by P. Spitze, C.E. There is a small black and white inset map at the upper right corner "General View of San Francisco Bay."

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        Memoire sur les Races d'Océanie...

      Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1882. Octavo, diagrams and tables throughout the text, folding table; elegantly bound in modern three-quarter morocco with raised bands. Fine copy of a scarce anthropological study carried out by French maritime medical officer Cauvin, during his visit to Australia and New Guinea in the early 1880s. Cauvin's work followed that of Labillardiére in 1800, Huxley in 1870 and Topinard in 1872, in the study of cultural and physical attributes of the Tasmanian and mainland Aborigines, the Papuans and the Polynesians, in an attempt to determine their origins.This work was issued as an offprint from the Archives des Missions Scientifiques et Litteraires; unlike the copies in the Mitchell Library and National Library of Australia, this is the separately paginated issue. A fine copy.

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        Shakespeare's Works. 12 vols. Large paper edition.

      Kegan Paul, Trench & Co. 1882-83 Limitation leaves, half titles, engr. titles in red & black. Contemp. half brown crushed morocco by Monnell, raised bands, gilt compartments. Armorial bookplates of Michael Tomkinson. A fine set.Copy number 23 of only 50 printed; all volumes are signed Charles Whittingham & Co.

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        Traité de l'art des accouchements.

      Paris, Lauwereyns, puis Steinheil, 1882-1886-1898-1901. ____ Première édition. Dans sa préface (Décembre 1881) Stéphane Tarnier s'explique sur le but de son ouvrage. "Après avoir écrit le texte des 3e et 4e sections de l' "Atlas" de Lenoir, revu et annoté les quatre dernières éditions de Cazeaux, j'avais acquis la conviction que ces livres malgré leur succès permanent de librairie, devenaient insuffisants au point de vue scientifique, et qu'il y aurait un grand intérêt à faire paraître un traité d'obstétrique, dont le cadre serait assez large pour qu'il put contenir le résumé des nombreux progrès accomplis depuis quelques années dans l'art des accouchements." Illustré par plus de 750 figures dans le texte. Contient : Tome 1. Grossesse et accouchement physiologiques. T. 2. Pathologie de la grossesse. T. 3 Dystocie maternelle. T. 4 Dystocie foetale. Accidents de la délivrance. Opérations. Infections puerpérales. Le tome 1 est rédigé par S. Tarnier et G. Chantreuil et les tomes 2-4 par Tarnier et Pierre Budin qui a achevé l'ouvrage, Tarnier étant mort en 1897. Une auréole en coin sur le 2e volume, papier un peu bruni, petit accroc à une coiffe. Bon exemplaire de ce livre étonnamment rare et qui semble avoir été un échec commercial; il en existe très peu d'exemplaires complets dans les bibliothèques publiques. *****. 4 volumes grand in-8. Collation : XII, 956 / (4), 586 / VI, 771 / XIX, 754 pp. Demi-chagrin noir, filets dorés, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        McKenney's Pacific Coast Directory for 1883-4 Giving Name, Business, and Address of Business and Professional Men of California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Arizona, and New Mexico. Together with Sketches..

      San Francisco. L.M. McKenney & Co. 12- 1882. 2 inserted advertising leaves one with black and white foldout view, small black and white illustrations in text, (xlviii)-1489 pp, index to advertisers, 9 x 6 inches, advertising paper covered boards with leather spine. Covers rubbed, text block cracked at p.952 and p.1017 but text block is still tight, very good condition. The title continues: "together with Sketches of the Different Towns, Giving Location, Population, Etc. Complete Alphabetical Lists of 3,000 Cities and Towns. Over 35,000 Names." A fascinating and thorough compendium of business activities in the western Pacific states. The foldout advertisement for Santa Clara College features a "Birdseye View of Santa Clara College" (image 5 x 8 1/2 inches) with legend listing 21 places and fees. Extensive business listings for all states, plus pages of advertisements for many businesses listed, making it an invaluable resource for researchers of Western U.S. history. A scarce publication, only listed in two United States libraries.

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        Atlas To Accompany The Monograph Of The Geology Of The Comstock Lode And The Washoe Dictrict - Solid American Western History Association Copy

      Government Printing Office - Washington 1882 - RARE. Large Folio (20" x 30" loose sheet size) of 19 folded and numbered maps plus 2 (title and contents pages) from a presumed complete set with the impressed name on the front leather spine of George T. Beck [George Washington Thornton Beck (1856-1943)], pioneer, western developer and early leader in the history of Cody, Wyoming and Wyoming politics. 9 1/2" x 11 3/4" with three quarter tanned calf over marbled boards and plaid endpapers. Center compartment of spine impressed "Part 2 Atlas". Upper red leather gilt lettered spine label reads " House Miscellaneous, 1st Sess. 47th Cong./ 1181-'82/ Vol. 17" and the gilt lettered lower black label " Geology/ Of The/ Comstock Lode/ And The/ Washoe Dist./ Becker". Front board separated from spine; spine with light edge damp stain and dark lower spine apparent ink stain. Boards with wear and rubbing, loss of design. Black closure ribbons all missing. Map condition varies. A few have damp stains at common corner locations as they were inserted between folio covers. On 4-5 the damp stain penetrated to the front; on most it did not.[Please contact me for a detailed condition report.] Some have single or two corner splits. The maps remain impressive. They are not soiled or marked and the colors remain vibrant. This folio is large and will require a small increase in postage. NOT EX-LIBRARY [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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

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

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        The Illustrated London News. January through July 1882.

      London. George C. Leighton. 1882. Volume LCIII. Firmly bound volume, three-quarter leather, 16 x 12 inches, 692 pp. Slight abrasion at bottom corner of both front and rear covers along spine edge. Some issues labelled "Foreign Postage" on front page. Volume contains two copies of December 2 issue, while December 9 and 16 issues not present--perhaps the "Christmas Number" published in their stead. Water damage at bottom of "They Were Married!"--the ponderously long work of fiction accompanying the Christmas Number. Color plates: Christmas Cards (9 images) and "Married for Love." Copious Anglo-Egyptian War illustrations; the war began in earnest with the bombardment of Alexandria in July, 1882. Numerous double page illustrations focusing on battles waged during the conflict; also three extraordinary folded battle illustrations: "The Bombardment of Alexandria" sheet size 16 x 45 inches; "The Battle of Tel-El-Kebir" sheet size 16 x 45 inches; a second "Battle of Tel-El-Kebir" sheet size 23 x 30 inches. The last two were the work of Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. while the first was the work of J. R. Wells. Also included is a once-folded sheet "British Ships Engaged in the Bombardment of Alexandria," which has been cut into four parts each featuring an individual ship on sheet size 16 x 11 1/2 inches. Two of the illustrations are by J. R. Wells. The Anglo-Egyptian War dominates the July through October issues, while the remaining two months feature parades before the public and reviews of the troops before the Queen; also ceremonies in which Officers are decorated by the Queen. Additional double-page views include Views in and Around Reading, Sketch of Halifax, Sketch of Carlisle, Sketch of Plymouth, Sketch of Southampton, Sketches of Vancouver B.C., Sketches on Lower Thames (all double page) and Sketches at Hong Kong. Double page illustration: The Australian Cricketers. Several color plates: Christmas Cards (9 individual cards) "Married for Love". Coverage also of the Eira Arctic Expedition; double-page "Fire" depicting horse-drawn fire rig; double-page view "Royal Courts of Justice," and much more. A compelling volume with remarkable illustrations, with particular emphasis on the Anglo-Egyptian War.

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        Painting Book. Steps to Art, After Kate Greenaway

      New York: McLoughlin Brothers, 1882. Good +. Charming illustrated painting book with 12 pictures to paint. None of the pictures have been painted. With 'instructions for mixing the colors', 'a few practical directions', and 'pictures to paint' printed inside the front cover. The pictures to paint section of text explains, "some of the pictures in these books may be found, elegantly printed in colors, in the new "Greenaway Mother Goose" series.... The covers of these books are also intended to provide a copy for the children to work by, if the above mentioned "Mother Goose" should not be procurable". The 12 pictures include: On the Rock by the Shore; Battledore and Shuttlecock; Ring-A-Ring Rosy; Gathering Berries; Tea in the Garden; Moonlight Walk; Under the Umbrella; Dancing Party; Winter Walk; Gathering Apples; Summer Walk; and Skipping the Rope. The young lady who owned this book was a talented artist: on the verso of several drawings she has carefully made her own pencil copy of the printed picture on the facing page. 8vo, not paginated, [12]pp. Color illustrated wrappers, title in red and white at front wrapper, McLoughlin advertisement at rear wrapper. Front cover illustration of young boy and girl seated on rocks at the seashore. Early pencil inscription at top of first illustration, Mary Louisa Hart, Christmas 1888 and at the top of the rear wrapper. OCLC: 18303755.

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        Les races sauvages

      G. Masson 1882 - - G. Masson, Paris s.d. (1882), 15,5x24,5cm, relié. - Edition originale. Reliure en demi basane bleu nuit, dos à quatre nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, plats de papier marbré, plats comportant quatre manques de peau en marge, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, reliure de l'époque. Rare envoi autographe signé d'Alphonse Bertillon : "A monsieur Goron chef de la Sûreté, affectueux hommage de son obligé." Ouvrage illustré de 115 gravures dont 8 planches hors-texte. Quelques rousseurs, un accroc en pied d'une tranche. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition. Binding half sheepskin midnight blue, back with four nerves decorated with gilded finials, marbled paper boards, plates with four skin defects on the sidelines, and guards contreplats of handmade paper, contemporary binding. Rare autograph signed Alphonse Bertillon: "A Mr. Goron chief detective, loving tribute to his debtor." Illustrated book of 115 prints including 8 boards inset. Some spots, a scratch in foot of a slice. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Le Lion amoureux. Nouvelle édition. Avec Notice historique et littéraire par Ludovic Halévy

      L. Conquet. 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. L. Conquet Paris 1882 12x18,5cm relié sous étui

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        Les races sauvages

      first edition. Binding half sheepskin midnight blue, back with four nerves decorated with gilded finials, marbled paper boards, plates with four skin defects on the sidelines, and guards contreplats of handmade paper, contemporary binding. Rare autograph signed Alphonse Bertillon: "A Mr. Goron chief detective, loving tribute to his debtor." Illustrated book of 115 prints including 8 boards inset. Some spots, a scratch in foot of a slice.G. Masson Paris s.d. (1882) 15,5x24,5cm relié

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        New Arabian Nights.

      London: Chatto and Windus, 1882. FIRST EDITION. In two volumes. Small Octavo, pp.vi, 269; viii, 234 [32]. Loose catalogue notes by Harry F. Marks, New York, to rear of each vol. In contemporary half brown calf with gilt titles to spine and green cloth boards.Guttering between half-title and title split towards the tail in vol. I. Light even browning. Light edge wear; more heavily to corners. Good overall. Stevenson's classic collection of weird and wonderful short stories in the fantasy-mystery genre, with more than a passing resemblance to the later Sherlock Holmes short stories. A cornerstone of any dark or criminous library. Containing 'The Suicide Club', 'The Rajah's Diamond' and 'The Pavillion on the Links'.

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

      London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1882.. The Steventon Edition. 6 volumes; octavo, with frontispiece engraving by Pickering to each volume. Publisher's cream-white fine ribbed cloth with gilt titles to backstrip, Austen and Bentley's monogram motif repeated across covers as a decorative trim, edges untrimmed, elegantly respined in vellum with red morocco title labels. A finely conceived edition attractively typeset and printed on quality handmilled paper by John Dickinson and Co. A little age toning and dustiness to deckled edges, endpapers browned, armorial bookplate of G.W.Darby 'steadfast in faith'. An attractive set, housed in a custom-made slip-case. Issued on 22 November 1882 at 63s., sold in sets only, this was the final complete edition of Miss Austen's works to be published by Bentley, who were bought up by Smith Elder in 1898; an important printing.

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        Rand, McNally & Co.'s Indexed Atlas of the World.

      Chicago. Rand, McNally & Co. 1882. Fifth Edition. Leather-bound volume, 15 1/2 x 11 3/4 x 3 inches; AEG; 904 plus 7 unnumbered advertising pp. at rear. Unnumbered Title page, Introduction, Contents, and Index of Diagrams and Tables at front. Tipped-in maps are in full color or outline color. Leather binding is scuffed with discolored spot to front cover. Several loose pages; however, binding overall is tight and secure. An attractive atlas with contents in very good clean condition. Title page reads (take a deep breath): "Rand, McNally & Co.'s Indexed Atlas of the World containing large scale maps of every country and civil division upon the face of the globe, together with Historical, Descriptive, and Statistical matter relative to each. Illustrated by colored diagrams showing increase or decrease of population, wealth, debt, and taxation, civil condition of people, chief productions, articles of manufacture and commerce, religious sects, etc., accompanied by a new and original compilation forming a ready reference index, which presents as its special feature the arrangement in alphabetical order of nearly all known geographical names; those pertaining to each country and civil division being placed after its map, with convenient reference thereto. In connection herewith is given, as accurately as can be ascertained, the population of every city, town, village and hamlet in the known world, that of the United States of America being taken from the census returns of 1880."

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        Cram's Unrivaled Family Atlas of the World.

      Chicago. Henry S. Stebbins. Copyright 1882. Color maps both hand colored and printed, black and white illustrations, decorative endpapers, 122pp, 14 x 12 inches, decorative gilt lettered cloth covered boards (hardbound). Front cover detached, rear hinge starting to split but still attached, covers soiled and rubbed exposing edges of boards, front free endpaper loose, slight insect damage to right margin of title page, short tear to lower left edge of first few pages, toning to Table of Contents page from newspaper article adhered to verso of title page, occasional soiling to outer margins of some pages (not affecting image areas). There is a tear to the lower centrefold of two maps: Alabama etc and the map of Dakota and Manitoba. Overall, a well preserved copy of a scarce volume. This is an interesting transitional atlas from the heyday of the atlas with handcolored plates to the printed color atlas. The maps appear to have been printed with the wax engraved process, with the resulting loss of clarity compared to the engraved atlases of the earlier nineteenth century, but the handcolored maps of the states are decorative and detailed. These, each with decorative oval cartouche title, are titled "New Railroad and County Map..." of: New York; Pennsylvannia, New Jersey, Delaware & Maryland; Virginia & West Virginia; North Carolina; Alabama, Georgia, Sth. Carolina & Northern Florida; Arkansas, Louisiana & Mississippi (interestingly there is a single page printed color map of Florida on the verso of this double page map); Indian Territory and Northern Part of Texas; Southern Part of Texs (sic) with inset of Western Part of Texas; Kentucky & Tennessee; Michigan & Wisconsin; Missouri; Kansas; Nebraska; Colorado; Minnesota; Dakota and Manitoba; Wyoming; Montana and Northern Idaho; Utah; Southern Part of Idaho; Oregon and Washington Territory; New Mexico; Northern California and Nevada; Alaska; Southern California and Arizona. Other maps are printed color. All double page maps are tipped in; most of the maps are double sided. There are also illustrations of Flags of All Nations, Animal and Vegetable Life of the Different Zones, Races of Man, a map of the Solar System, statistics on Comparative Wealth of States, Population & Area information, plus portraits of U.S. Presidents.

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

      London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1882. The Steventon Edition. 6 volumes; octavo, with frontispiece engraving by Pickering to each volume. Publisher's cream-white fine ribbed cloth with gilt titles to backstrip, Austen and Bentley's monogram motif repeated across covers as a decorative trim, edges untrimmed, elegantly respined in vellum with red morocco title labels. A finely conceived edition attractively typeset and printed on quality handmilled paper by John Dickinson and Co.A little age toning and dustiness to deckled edges, endpapers browned, armorial bookplate of G.W.Darby 'steadfast in faith'. An attractive set, housed in a custom-made slip-case. Issued on 22 November 1882 at 63s., sold in sets only, this was the final complete edition of Miss Austen's works to be published by Bentley, who were bought up by Smith Elder in 1898; an important printing. Gilson D13.

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        Paris ingénu

      First edition.Old Bradel binding of grey cloth, spine with gilt fleuron, date to foot of spine, green morocco titlepiece, reliure ancienne.Rere autograph inscription signed by Paul Arène to the poet Anatole France. Charpentier Paris 1882 12x19cm relié

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        Poems

      

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        Émile Zola. Notes d'un ami. Avec des vers inédits de Émile Zola

      G. Charpentier . 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. G. Charpentier Paris 1882 11,5x19cm relié

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        Les races sauvages

      - G. Masson, Paris s.d. (1882), 15,5x24,5cm, relié. - Edizione originale. Binding mezza pelle di pecora blu notte, di nuovo con quattro nervi decorati con pinnacoli dorati, piatti carta marmorizzata, piatti con quattro difetti della buccia in disparte, e le guardie contreplats di carta fatta a mano, legatura contemporanea. autografo Rare firmato Alphonse Bertillon: "Un capo detective Mr. Goron, amorevole omaggio al suo debitore." libro illustrato di 115 stampe, tra cui 8 schede nel riquadro. Alcuni punti, un graffio in piedi di una fetta. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en demi basane bleu nuit, dos à quatre nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, plats de papier marbré, plats comportant quatre manques de peau en marge, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, reliure de l'époque. Rare envoi autographe signé d'Alphonse Bertillon : "A monsieur Goron chef de la Sûreté, affectueux hommage de son obligé." Ouvrage illustré de 115 gravures dont 8 planches hors-texte. Quelques rousseurs, un accroc en pied d'une tranche.  

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        (Autografo) Biglietto da visita di Igor' Fëdorovi? Stravinskij 1882 - 1971

      1882. (Autografo) Biglietto da visita di Igor' Fëdorovi? Stravinskij. Lomonosov, 17 giugno 1882 - New York, 6 aprile 1971. Ben conservato.

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        La Terre Sainte. Son histoire, ses souvenirs, ses sites, ses monuments.

      - Paris-Ed. E. Plon et cie.-1882-1884. 43 cm. 2 tomos. (I) 468p.-22 grabados sobre acero. (II) 512p.-22 grabados sobre acero. Los dos tomos con gran multitud de grabados sobre madera. Enc. en media piel con nervios, puntas, corte superior dorado firmada "Domenech", presentados en sendas petacas. (Ejemplar sobre papel japón nº: 13). (10651-Col). TIERRA SANTA. TERRE SAINTE.

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        Monografia anfibi et rettili (5 Bände)

      Gebundene Exemplare der folgenden wichtigen Abhandlungen über italienische Amphibien und Reptilien: - Monografia degli anfibî anuri italiani (1882) - Monografia degli anfibî urodeli italiani (1884) - Monografia dei sauri italiani (1885) - Monografia degli Ofidi italiani. Parte I Viperidi - Monografia degli Ofidi italiani. Parte II Colubridi. + Monografia dei Cheloni italiani, (1891) Gebunden in zwei Bänden (Band 1: Amphibien, Band 2: Reptilien). Starke Abnutzungserscheinugnen. Tafeln teils stark fleckig. Trotzdem sammelwürdiges Exemplar dieser seltenen Ahbhandlungen.

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        Catalogue Of A Collection Of Pictures, Works Of Art and Decorative Objects, The Property Of His Grace The Duke Of Hamilton. K.T [Hamilton Palace Collection]. Which Will Be Sold By Auction by Christie, Manson & Woods, At Their Great Rooms In St James's Square 1882.

      London.: Christie, Manson & Woods., 1882. Limited Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. This is the complete sale over 15 days of the Hamilton Palace Collection, comprising 5 sections each with a separate title page.With 70 sepia carbon photo plates by James Craig Annan 234 pages + plates. There were 2213 lots offered in the 15 days sales. Totaling nearly 400,000 pounds a staggering amount at the time even. This copy has a number of items priced in ink, neatly under or at the side of the lots in question and the end of the days sales totals also in ink, making me think this was an employees copy, or sent to someone needing the prices realised for some lots, one section is filled and another two mostly filled with prices. There were cheaper catalogues without the photo plates, this cost 21/- each as opposed to 5/- for the unillustrated version. Each photo has the lot number hand written underneath in the same hand as the priced items. This is bound in red gilt and blind stamped original cloth, no loose pages, no plates missing. Two small white paint spots to cover and a little light handling to covers. Very Good+. Octavo. Rare. 1882. * James Craig Annan: [1864-1946] James Annan introduced the photogravure process into Britain, and T. & R. Annan, having acquired the British Patent holder rights, were to become the leading firm in Britain in gravure photographic printing. In 1893 he exhibited his own photogravure work at the Photographic Salon in 1893, as a result of which he was, in 1894, elected a member of The Linked Ring, a select international group of art photographers. He was to influence the development of photography in North America through having his work exhibited at Alfred Stieglitz's Photo-Secession Galleries in New York, and being featured in the American photographic periodical Camera Notes.

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        Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District, Monograph Only

      Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1882 - United States Government Printing Office, Monograph only. 3/4" dark green leather binding over green pebbled boards. Front board detached. Ex-library copy. Interior is clean and free of markings save a few library markings. Tight binding; marbled endpapers (1" x 1/2" chip missing from front endpaper) and edges. This copy was used by Wallace Stegner in his research for "Beyond the Hundredth Meridian", although there is no indication within; no marginalia or owners signature. "Beyond the Hundredth Meridian" was unlike any of Stegner's previous works, requiring research spanning 5 years. Stegner often consulted with his mentor Bernard DeVoto during the writing. At one point Stegner writes to DeVoto, "I really am scared to death to let anybody see this, for some reason. Maybe I know the thing stinks." The writing of Hundredth Meridian would solidify Stegner's growing environmentalism and the book remains a classic of the history of the west. Book was acquired directly from the Stegner family. ; Book; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall; 264 pp [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tertiary history of the Grand Cañon district, [&c.]. [U.S. Geological Survey Monograph II]. [Text volume, First edition].

      the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1882 - Washington, quarto, xiv, 264 p., 42 plates and text illustrations. This is the text volume to this important work, the folio atlas was issued separately. *** CONTENT: This is Dutton’s classic geological description of the Grand Canyon. As Sinkankas (1988, Peri Lithon Cat. 85) notes, this is one of the most sought after of all the publications of the U.S. Geological Survey, not only because it was the first volume published (Monograph I was issued in 1890), but because it contains two splendid colored lithographs drawn by W.H. Holmes, the expedition artist, as well as many other views done by him and by Thomas Moran, who later became famous as a western landscapist. The plates also include dramatic photographs as well as a folding chromolithographed geologic map. ***CONDITION: Overall, a VG copy, but internally Fine. The volume is bound in the original tan leather covers, backstrip perished. The covers are sound, though detached and surficially worn, but the text block sewing and the binding is quite firm. The text pages are pristine: fresh, clean and bright, as are the plates, with intact tissue guards. There are no indications of previous ownership. This is a solid copy of the scarcest USGS monograph; rebound or rebacked, it would be a most handsome tome. BMNH 498. Nickles 326. International shipping will be extra, but only at my cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Egipto. 2 Tomos

      Espasa, Barcelona 1882 - Egipto. Jorge Ebers. 2 Tomos. Edit. Espasa. 1882 Egipto. Edición Monumental ilustrada con 650 grabados intercalados en el texto y enriquecida con 2 cartas geográficas tiradas a tres tintas y 24 magníficas imitaciones de las artísticas acuarelas del reputado pintor Carlos Werner. 2 tomos. Espasa. Barcelona 1882. Plena tela de editor decorada con filetes dorados (Cubiertas restauradas, tal y como se observan en la foto) Tomo I: 408 páginas Tomo II: 434 Páginas Medidas: 35x27 cms. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rychnovsko. Kreslil M. Dusil" (Deckeltitel).

      Reichenau -1883 1882 - 18 Federzeichnungen von Marcel Dusil. Gr.-Fol. (45,5 x 31,5 cm). Blindgeprägte Leinwand um 1929. Reizvolle Ansichten aus der Kleinstadt Reichenau (Rychnov nad Kneznou) im böhmischen Adlergebirgsvorland. Zeichner war der Architekt Marcel Dusil (1856-1916) aus Beneschau (Benesov) bei Prag während seiner Arbeit als Assistent beim Bau der Reichenauer Mädchenschule 1881-1883. - Ohne künstlerischen Anspruch, aber detailgenau und teils mit reicher Personenstaffage sind dargestellt: Das Schloß von Reichenau, Havel-Kirche, Dreifaltigkeitskirche, Straßen- und Marktpartien, Schlittschuhvergnügen sowie Landschaften aus der Umgebung. 15 Ansichten tschechisch betitelt, einige Arbeiten signiert und teils auch datiert. - Lose beiliegend ein Schreiben in tschechischer Sprache aus dem Jahr 1929 mit genauen Angaben zur Provenienz des Albums: Demnach 1916 mit dem Nachlaß Dusil versteigert und von einem Hotel-Besitzer in Benesov gekauft, von diesem 1929 an Frantisek Kolacek aus Reichenau, den Unterzeichner des Schreibens, verschenkt, der die Zeichnungen wegen des lokalgeschichtlichen Wertes binden ließ. - Bindung leicht gelockert, teils etwas stockfleckig. Einband etwas fleckig, berieben und bestoßen. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Gewicht (Gramm): 1400 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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