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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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        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 7.5". "Original manuscript draft pages 1 “Title page” through 5 of his 1882 book, The Truth and The Removal, written while awaiting his execution for the murder of President James A. Garfield. Also included is a lengthy 4 page letter from an admirer, Clara Augusta Davis. Some marginal tears and losses, some text faded, light toning and soiling, some scattered glue remnants, else good condition. On one pair of bifolia, Guiteau sets up the basic layout for the title and copyright pages: ""The Truth, / and The Removal / By Charles Guiteau / Published and sold only by the author / Washington DC / 1882,"" and advising the printer (vertically in the left margin) to ""Make a sheet of each page & cut out any leaves that interpose C G."" On the opposite side, he added: ""Copyright 1882 By Charles Guiteau"" followed by pages 3 (reading simply ""Part I"") and page 5 (all three pages are glued together in the upper left corners) where he writes ""The Truth / A Companion to the Bible,"" adding a note ""To the printer,"" to ""(Copy preface on the next page and then the entire book, The Truth),"" referring to his 1879 volume.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 Guiteau 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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        LECOCQ Charles Le Coeur et la Main Opera autographe Lecocq 1882

      - LECOCQ Charles Le Coeur et la Main Opera comique en trois actes Paroles de MM. Nuitter et Beaumont Musique de Charles Lecocq pour Chant et Piano Exemplaire ayant appartenu au compositeur Charles Lecocq Note autographe de Charles Lecocq critiquant son opera et donnant quelques anecdotes : "Jolie pièce dont les deux premiers actes sont les meilleurs. Le troisième ne m'a jamais satisfait. Si cette pièce est reprise un jour à Paris, je me promets de remanier ce 3e acte. Le Succès fut très grand, et Mme Vaillant-Couturier, excellente chanteuse et fort jolie femme qui faisait ses débuts dans l'opérette, y produisit un excellent effet." Paris, Brandus & Cie Editeurs B. & Cie 12,823 XIXe siècle 1882 278 pages Très bon état a1104 Opéra et Ballet [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The American Boys Handy Book

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York - 1882. First edition. Large thick octavo green pictorial cloth stamped in gilt and black. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts and diagrams. Front inner hinge slightly shaken, else a fine, bright copy. Laid in is a card with a printed photo of Beard which he has boldly signed below. Preserved in a custom green cloth chemise and slipcase. Very scarce in this condition. PPP page 62. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches historiques sur les étalons de poids et mesures de l'Observatoire et les appareils qui ont servi à les construire

      112pp. Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1882, in-8, 112pp, broché, PREMIERE EDITION de cet important mémoire extrait, avec pagination nouvelle, des Annales de Chimie et de Physique. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Hervé Mangon, président de la Société d'encouragement pour l'industrie nationale

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        La Roulette et le Trente-et-quarante

      X, 338pp. Paris, Delarue, s.d. [1882], in-8, X, 338pp, percaline bleue à la bradel, dos lisse avec pièce de titre, couvertures conservées (ateliers Laurenchet), Figures et tableaux dans le texte. PREMIERE EDITION. L'auteur est en fait Jules Arnous de Rivière (1830-1905), l'un des meilleurs joueurs d'échecs français du XIXe siècle et un théoricien des jeux. Bel exemplaire

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        Les races sauvages

      VIII, 311 pages et (8) Paris, G. Masson, 1882, in-8, VIII, 311 pages et (8) planches hors texte, demi-chagrin vert foncé, dos orné à faux-nerfs, lettres dorées, tranches mouchetées, Unique édition de cet ouvrage dans lequel Alphonse Bertillon décrit les coutumes de vie des peuples de l'Afrique (Bochimans, Hottentots, Cafres, Peuls, Nubiens, etc), de l'Amérique (Indiens, Mexicains, Péruviens, Chibchas, Gauchos, Botocudos, Pampas, Araucans, etc.), de l'Océanie (Australiens, Tasmaniens, Papous, Indonésiens, Négritos, etc), de l'Asie et de Pôles (Veddahs, Aïnos, Eskimos, Samoyèdes et Lapons). L'auteur mélange descriptions ethnologiques (us et coutumes, habitations, costumes, métiers et artisanats) et anecdotes. Le texte est complété par plus de 100 illustrations dans le texte, parfois en pleines pages. Certaines ont été dessinées par Albert Tissandier. Ex libris manuscrit de Grace E. Williams Rio de Janeiro Febry, 8th 1884. Quelques rousseurs pâles.

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        Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield

      Washington DC: Gibson Bros., 1882. Bell, Alexander Graham (1847-1922). Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield; an upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body. 58pp. Text illustrations. Washington DC: Gibson Brothers, 1882. 228 x 150 mm. Original printed wrappers, spine perished, evidence of previous binding in a book (oversewing, glue and mesh at spine). Very good copy. Embossed stamp of the Connecticut State Library on front wrapper and first leaf. First Edition, Author’s Offprint for private circulation (so noted on the front wrapper) of the paper describing Bell’s induction balance, the best instrument for locating metallic objects in the body prior to the x-ray. On July 2, 1881 President James Garfield was shot by a deranged assassin and survived for 79 days before dying from septicemia on September 19. The assassination attempt left Garfield with a bullet lodged behind his pancreas, but his death could likely have been prevented had he received better medical care after the shooting. Unfortunately, his doctors did understand antiseptic principles and so did not take any measures to prevent infection, probing the president’s wound with unsterilized fingers and instruments in a vain attempt to find the bullet; they also misjudged the path the bullet took, believing that it had traveled to the right rather than to the left in Garfield’s body. Shortly after the shooting Bell was asked if he could invent a device to detect the bullet in Garfield’s body without the need for painful probing. Bell came up with his induction balance, a machine that used a telephone hooked up to an electric current to locate metallic objects in the body. On August 2 Bell tried to find the bullet lodged inside the president but was unsuccessful, in part because the metal in Garfield’s bed frame prevented Bell from getting an accurate result, and in part because Garfield’s doctor would only let Bell use his device on Garfield’s right side. The president’s deteriorating condition prevented Bell from making a second attempt, and after his initial failure he was denounced as a charlatan; however, an improved version of Bell’s induction balance saved countless lives on the battlefield in the decades before the x-ray came into general use. 8176.

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        A grammar and dictionary of the Otchipwe language [wrapper title]

      Montreal: Beauchemin & Valois, 1882. New edition, by a Missionary of the Oblates, 2 volumes in 1, thick 8vo; pp. xi, [1], 422; [6], 301, [1], viii, 422, [2]; large folding table of Ojibeway verbs; original green printed wrappers and rare thus. The title page of the Grammar is dated 1878 and the Dictionary 1878-1880. Apparently this is a late issue with the two volumes bound up as one, in wrappers. This copy with an original invoice from the publishers dated 4 Sept. 1882 to W. Scott Hill, the original owner, and with Hill's name and date (6 Sept. 1882) on flyleaf. In a new cloth folding box. Called the "Indian Apostle of the Northwest," Baraga served the Chippewas and the Ottawas in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and in Wisconsin from 1831-1868. He studied the Chippewa language, translating religious books, and writing the Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the Otchipwe Language (1850) and the Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language (1853). Ojibway (or Chippeway) is the principle dialect of of the great Algonquin stock. A number of early travellers had included lists of Ojibway words in their published accounts (among them Carver, Keating, Long, McKenney, and Schoolcraft), but Baraga's is the first comprehensive Ojibway dictionary, the first separately printed, and the first to treat the language bilingually with English. Pilling credits Baraga as one of the foremost contributors to the study of Algonquian languages, and states that Baraga's grammar and dictionary are "perhaps the most important contribution to Indian philology made hitherto." Pilling, Algonquin, p. 27; see Ludewig, The Literature of American Aboriginal Languages, London, 1858, pp. 41-44.

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        Savannah River to Saint Helena Sound including Calibogue Sound, Port Royal and Broad River

      Published by the Admiralty, London 1882 - Engraving. Printed on wove paper. In excellent condition. Image size: 25 1/4 x 38 1/4 inches. A fantastic Admiralty chart of the Savannah River to St. Helena Sound, produced by the British Hydrographic Office. The British Hydrographic Office was founded in 1795 by George III, who appointed Alexander Dalrymple as the first Hydrographer to the Admiralty. He immediately set to work but it was not until 1800 that the first Admiralty chart was published of the waters around Quiberon Bay in Brittany. Unlike the U. S. Coast Survey the Hydrographic Office was given permission to sell charts to the public and they produced a great number of sea charts covering every corner of the globe. Most of the Admiralty charts produced by the Hydrographic Office delineated coastline as well as high and low water marks and record depth of water as established by soundings. In addition these charts included information on shoals, reefs, and other navigational hazards that plagued mariners across the world. Thanks to the innovations of Sir Francis Beaufort, who developed the Beaufort Scale of wind strength, the British Hydrographic Office became one of the leading producers of sea charts. This large chart covers the Port Royal Sound including the Savannah River, the Calibogue Sound, and the Broad River. Water depths and sand bars are all carefully recorded, as are the various lighthouses along the coastline. This is an important sea chart of this area and a wonderful example of the maps produced by the British Hydrographic Office.

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      1882. GORDON AND GOTCH. 1882. In-8.Carré. Relié toilé. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable. XXXII + 300 pages augmentées de nombreuses cartes en noir et blanc et en couleurs a déplier - OUVRAGE EXCLUSIVEMENT EN ANGLAIS.

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        ACTA MATHEMATICA. Zeitschrift herausgegeben / Journal rédigé par

      26 tomes en 22 volumes Stockholm, Beijer, 1882-1902, in-4, 26 tomes en 22 volumes, 18 volumes demi-basane bleue et 4 volumes brochés, Très rare ensemble de la tête de collection de cette revue capitale, encore éditée aujourd'hui, fondée par le mathématicien Magnus Gustaf Mittag-Leffler (1846-1927), maître de conférence à l'université d'Uppsala en 1872, professeur à l'université d'Helsingfors (Finlande) en 1877 et à la faculté des sciences de Stockholm à partir de 1881. Certainement le plus prestigieux de tous les journaux consacrés à la recherche en mathématiques. Les Acta Mathematica se flattent de la contribution des plus grands mathématiciens de l'époque : Henri Poincaré, Sophie Kowalevski, Georg Cantor, Émile Picard, Paul Appell, Rudolf Lipschitz, Johan Jensen, David Hilbert, Émile Borel, Heinrich Martin Weber, etc... Ils contiennent entre autre le fameux travail d'Henri Poincaré sur la théorie du chaos, qu'il publia en remplacement de son mémoire initial sur la stabilité du système solaire. L'épisode relatif à ces 2 mémoires fait partie des temps forts de l'histoire de la revue : En 1889, Poincaré rédige un mémoire pour répondre au problème de savoir si les petites perturbations intrinsèques au mouvement des planètes pourraient, un jour, provoquer une collision entre elles ou bien si, comme l'avaient démontré Laplace, Lagrange et Gauss, le système solaire restera stable pendant au moins un million d'années. Le roi Oscar II de Suède lance un concours auquel répond le mathématicien français : en démontrant qu'un système très simple, formé de trois corps dont un de masse presque nulle, est un système stable, Poincaré obtient le prix du concours. Il est prévu que le mémoire soit publié dans les Acta Mathematica. L'article est imprimé, mais tout de suite après sa relecture, on constate une erreur fondamentale, qui non seulement invalide le raisonnement de l'auteur, mais plus encore, le conduit à une conclusion opposée : le système peut être instable. Poincaré dépense plus de la totalité de son prix à faire détruire les tirages et à faire réimprimer le numéro sans son article. Un an après, les Acta Mathematica publient son mémoire révisé, Sur le problème des trois corps et les équations de la dynamique, occupant la quasi intégralité du tome 13 (1890), qui fonde l'une des théories mathématiques les plus connues et les plus populaires, la théorie du chaos. Articles en allemand et en français. 2 portraits : Karl Weierstrass et Sophie Kowalevski Tables des matières aux tome 10 et 20. In fine au tome 11 : liste des 12 mémoires, anonymes, présentés au Prix Oscar II. Sans le portrait d'Abel annoncé au tome I. Volumes en demi-basane : dos épidermés et passés. Couvertures des volumes brochés fanées, dos muets refaits. Cachets annulé de l'Institut catholique de Paris et étiquettes en pied des dos.

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        Recherches cliniques sur la fréquence des maladies sexuelles chez les aliénées

      20 pp. Paris, Aux bureaux du progrès médical, A. Delaye & E. Lecrosnier, 1882, in-4, 20 pp, broché, couverture d'attente, Édition originale de cette publication du Progrès Médical, extraite des archives de neurologie, et traitant de l'influence de la fréquence des maladies sexuelles sur la folie de la femme. Le docteur Danillo, médecin de la clinique de Saint-Pétersbourg, a mené cette étude à la Salpêtrière et à Saint-Anne, avec l'accord de Charcot et Magnan. Danillo introduit son sujet avec une approche médicale historique des études précédentes. La problématique de la fréquence n'ayant encore jamais été abordé, il expose par la suite sa méthode scientifique et les résultats obtenus. Cela lui permet de conclure que "si l'on examine le degré de fréquence des affectations sexuelles chez les aliénées accompagnant les différentes formes d'aliénation mentale, [...] on voit qu'il ne parait pas y avoir une tendance plus prononcée chez les aliénées à être affectées des organes génitaux plutôt dans une forme de maladie mentale que dans une autre". Ainsi selon Danillo, les maladies sexuelles touchent les patientes sans distinction de pathologie psychiatrique ; il souligne aussi que la folie a une forte tendance à s'aggraver avec la fréquence des maladies sexuelles (surtout chez femme non ménopausée), et que ces complications sont directement à la fréquence et non à la maladie en elle-même. Bel exemplaire, sous couverture d'attente.

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        Métalloscopie, métallothérapie, aesthésiogènes

      72 pages Paris, Delahaye et Lecrosnier, 1882, in-8, 72 pages, broché, couverture d'attente, non coupé, PREMIÈRE ÉDITION en librairie de cette étude sur la métalloscopie initialement publiée dans les n°2, 3, 4, 5 des Archives de Neurologie en 1880-1881. (Archives de neurologie, 2-5. Paris, Bureaux du Progrès médical, pp. 257-273, 413-428, 564-573 & 92-119) Victor Burq fut le premier à faire usage de la métalloscopie sur les femmes hystériques à travers des expérimentations à l'aide de métaux, d'aimants et de courants électriques. Les premières séances d'expérimentation ont lieux en 1876 et 1877. L'application de plaques métalliques sur une région anesthésiée du corps contribuait au retour de la sensibilité dans cette partie du corps, tandis que le côté symétrique, sain à l'origine, perdait sa sensibilité normale. Par la suite, Charcot qualifiera d' « aesthésiogène » l'ensemble des agents ou des procédés susceptibles d'agir sur la sensibilité. Outre les métaux traditionnellement usités par Burq, l'aimant, le gong et le diapason firent progressivement leur apparition durant les séances d'hypnotisation, à l'initiative de R. Vigouroux et de D.-M. Bourneville. Romain Vigouroux, (1831-1911), successeur de Guillaume Duchenne De Boulogne dans le service d'électrothérapie de la Salpêtrière, est par ailleurs connu pour avoir mis au point des installations d'un concentré de machines électriques permettant des traitements réguliers et sériel de patients pouvant aller jusqu'à 4 par jours. (Le Sonn, « L'aimant, le transfert et la polarisation. Les manoeuvres d'hypnotisation à la Salpêtrière par Alfred Binet et Charles Féré », Recherches & éducations, 11 | 2014, 168-184.) Couverture d'attente fragile, dos renforcé. Intérieur frais. Cachet ex-libris du docteur Carrier sur le plat supérieur et le faux titre.

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        Poems. From George Bannatyne's Manuscript, Compiled 1568

      Glascow: For Private Circulation, 1882. hardcover. near fine. Small 8vo, full tan morocco, elaborately gilt, with raised bands, gilt dentelles, figured silk end-papers. (Glascow) Printed for Private Circulation, 1882. Limited Edition. Near fine. Scott, "The Anacreon of old Scottish Poetry", stands at the head of the ancient minor poets of Scotland. (Pinkerton). One of only 50 copies.

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        L'origine des espèces au moyen de la sélection naturelle ou la lutte pour l'existence dans la nature. Traduit sur l'édition anglaise définitive par Ed. Barbier

      [1] f. d'annonce de Paris, Reinwald, 1882, in-8, [1] f. d'annonce de l'éditeur, XXI-604 pages et 20 pages de catalogue éditeur, percaline verte de l'éditeur, filets à froid sur les plats, fers dorés en tête et en pied du dos [A. Lenègre], Nouvelle édition française de l'un des tous premiers ouvrages parus qui instaure la théorie de l'évolution et modifie la pensée scientifique par rapport aux origines de l'homme. Nouvelle édition française de la traduction d'Edmond Barbier établie sur le texte définitif anglais (la sixième édition), parue pour la première fois en 1876, après celles de Clémence Royer, parue en 1862, et de Jean-Jacques Moulinié, en 1873. Bon exemplaire en dépit de coins très légèrement usés et de quelques rousseurs.

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        En Folkefiende : Skuespil i Fem Akter

      Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag (F. Hegel & Son) 1882. 219 pp. Publisher's original elaborately gilt-decorated light brown cloth. All edges gilt. Slight wear to spine ends & extremities. Small stain to rear board. Patterned endpapers. Scattered light foxing. Gilt cover bright. Binding firm. First edition in the original Danish. . Very Good. Gilt Decorated Cloth. First Edition. 1882. 8vo..

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      1882. Paris Imprime? pour Isidore Lisieux et ses amis Imprimerie de Charles Unsinger 1882 8° Pagine XII + 270 Brossura editoriale con minimi strappetti. Fregi in rame. In barbe. ottimo esemplare stampato su carta forte in 100 esemplari (Nostra copia N°85) Molto rara. Cfr: L'Enfer de la Bibliothèque nationale p. 562-565. Antonio Vignali nacque nel 1500 a Siena e fu membro della famosa Accademia degli Intronati. Assunse perciò lo pseudonimo di Arsiccio Intronato. Durante lotte intestine tra le varie fazioni politiche della sua città, 'i popolari', che lui aveva osteggiato, ottennero la vittoria costringendolo, nel 1530, all'esilio. La caduta della Repubblica di Siena nel 1555 lo addolorò profondamente. Morì nel 1559 a Milano presso la corte del cardinale Cristoforo Madruzzi. L'opera più famosa di Antonio Vignali, La Cazzaria pubblicata probabilmente intorno al 1531 a Venezia, fu riscoperta agli inizi del XVIII secolo dal francese La Monnoye Bernard, che ne fece una copia, poi tradotta e pubblicata da Isidore Liseux. Il giovane francescano Francesco Calcagno (1528-1550) venne giustiziato per blasfemia e sodomia durante la repressione inquisitoriale a Venezia dopo aver confessato la sua lettura della Cazzaria di cui aveva una copia. Cfr: Vendita Gerard Nordman 27 Aprile 2006. In questo prestigioso catalogo di erotica si trova, al N°426, il manoscritto che Isidore Lisieux usò per la stampa di quest'edizione.

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

      1882 - First Edition. 38 original mounted photographs, all of which are albumen prints (by G. L. Formosa). Small folio (21 x 32.5cm). Very good light green cloth, corners slightly bumped, gilt title to spine. viii, 168 pp. Malta, Govt. Printing Office, Antonio Annetto Caruana served as Librarian and Keeper of Antiquities at the Malta Library. Inspired by his predecessor, Cesare Vassallo (who discovered hypogea at Mistra and produced a book on the ancient monuments of Malta), Caruana set about his own investigations and publishing projects. He made his first excavations of catacombs in 1860 with Capt. Strickland and, from 1871, was active for the next thirty years in exploring tombs and catacombs, which were myriad, although not always easy to get to (his descent into the Tal-Mintra hypogea at Mqabba was made in a cattle-pen). He also worked on the cleaning and surveying of St. Paul's Catacombs in 1894. This report is the most extensive of his earlier writings and provides a copious survey of Phoenician, Greek, Carthaginian and Roman antiquities at Malta and Gozo. While some of the archaeological work now comes across as dated and unsystematic, the visual record provided is undiminished. The photographs are beautiful and varied: showing artists' re-creations of ancient sites, numismatic drawings and various archaeological finds. A number stand out, such as the image of the seven Kabiri, a series of Phoenician sculptures of hyperbolic female figures that include Axieros and Axiokersa (Ceres and Proserpine) among their number. On their headless forms, Caruana notes that 'the heads were [probably] of some more fragile or precious material than stone'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      L.FAVRE/H.CHAMPION 1882 - R240089623: 432 + paginé de 49 à 444 + 480 + 480 + 483 + 480 + 460 + 516 + 480 + 394 + 28 pages - plats désolidarisés - dos manquant - ouvrages désolidarisés - plats manquant pour le tome 2 + incomplet ouvrage commençant à la page 49 - textes sur deux colonnes - mouillures et tâches brunes sur les plats - ouvrages en français et en vieux françois - 3 photos disponibles. Tome 3 : BID-CHIC - Tome 4 : CHIE-DECA - Tome 5 : DECE-ESCH - Tome 7 : H-MY - Tome 8 : N-QUQ - Contenant signification primitive et secondaire des vieux mots etymologie des vieux mots proverbes qui se trouvent dans nos poètes des XIIe XIIIe et XIVe siècles usages anciens suivi des curiositez françoises pôur supplement aux dictionnaires ou recueil de plusieurs belles proprietez avec une infinté de proverbes et quolibets pour l'application de toutes sortes de livres par Antonin Oudin. In-8 Broché. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 443-Dictionnaire français [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Voltaire. Bibliographie de ses oeuvres.

      Emile Perrin, 1882-1885., Paris, - 4 volumi in-8° (cm. 22,3), solide legature coeve in m. pelle e angoli con nervi ai dorsi, titolo in oro ai comparti, piatti marmorizzati, tagli superiori dorati, risguardi in carta decorata (conservate le brossure editoriali a stampa leggermente brunite); pagine in ottimo stato con 3 ritratti incisi su tavole f.t. e due facsimili. Edizione originale in tiratura limitata di 550 copie stampate su Papier de Hollande. Ottimo esemplare dell'importante bibliografia sull'illuminista.

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        The Russian advance towards India. Conversations with Skobeleff, Ignatieff, and other distinguished Russian generals and statesmen, on the Central Asian question.

      London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1882. - (1st ed.). XX+338+(1) pp. With fold. col. map. Hardcover. Or. pict. red cloth. Good. (Upper part of binding sl. damp-stained, lettering on spine faded, binding recased & paper edges trimmed; foxing to map & titles, old owner's name & number on title, occas. light foxing). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Notes on Criminal Tribes Residing in or Frequenting the Bombay Presidency, Berar and Central Provinces.

      1882 - First edition. 8vo. Original purple cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt, covers rubbed & a little stained, spine neatly repaired. (iv), ii, 112, (1)pp. Bombay, printed and published at the Times of India Steam Press, ?These few notes were originally commenced with the intention of aiding the Police to recognize, and cope with, the Criminal Tribes who frequent these parts of India. At the request of friends the papers first appeared in the Times of India, and in hopes that they may be of some slight interest to the public, and especially to those whose duty brings them in constant contact with the predatory classes, they are now issued in book form? (preface).The tribes referred to include the Bowries, Tukkarees, Soonarias, Bunjara, Mooltanee, Kolhatee, Kaikaree, Deccanee Kunjur, Marwaree Kunjur, Gopaul, Mang and Ramoosee. The criminal habits and methods of each tribe are discussed (almost enitrely concerned with theft or poisoning) as well as their customs and language. A table of slang vocabulary is included at the rear of the work featuring six dialects. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CORPUS JURIS CIVILIS A DIO[NYSIUS] GOTHOFREDO RECOGNITUM. Editio tertia. (2 Tle.). Tomus I. continens Pandectarum seu Digestorum libros quinquaginta. Additus est breviculus Index M.CCCC.XXV. Regulas juris continens. / Tomus II [continens]: Codicis DN. Justiniani libri XII Authenticae, seu Novellae Constitutiones ejusdem Justiniani CLXVIII. Edicta ejusdem Justiniani XIII. Constitutiones aliquot Justiniani, Justini et Tiberii ex libro Juliani antecessoris. Leonis Imperatoris Novellae CXIII. Constitutiones Imperatoriae juris Orientalis. Canones Apostolorum. Consuetudines Feudorum. Consuetudines Friderici II. Extravagantes. Liber de pace Constantiae.

      8. Tit., 18 Bll. (Titelei), 1882 Sp., Tit., 15 Bll. (Titelei), 872 Sp., 614 Sp. (enthält mit Ausnahme der Codicis Justinani alle auf Tit. v. Tl. 2 aufgezählten Texte), 50 n. num. Sp. (Regulae & sententiae juris Index). Mit Tit.einrahmung sowie einigen Zierleisten, Init. u. Vignetten in Holzschnitt. Pergamentbd. d. Zt. m. Rü.beschrift. v. alter Hd., abgeschrägten Seitenkanten, dez. blindgepr. Rahmen auf beiden Buchdeckeln, sowie umseit. farb. Sprengschnitt. Schließbänder fehlen Einbd. berieben u. angestaubt sowie stellenw. m. Kratzspuren u. leicht angeschmutzt beide Spiegel m. Wurmgängen flieg. Vorsatz m. Knickspur u. hs. Sign. v. alter Hd. Ss. z. Tl. etw. abgegriffen im Text einige weinige Anstreich u. Anmerk. Spangenberg 377 ADB IX, 448r-448s. Europaweit, lange Zeit maßgebliche Ausgabe der unter Kaiser Justinian I. (527-565) geschaffenen Kodifikation des römischen Rechts, bearbeitet durch den bedeutenden, französischen Juristen Dionysius Gothofredus (1549-1622). Seit dem 13. Jhdt. kennt man für das große Gesetzeswerk der Spätantike die Bezeichnung Corpus iuris civilis. Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts faßte der Rechtsgelehrte Gothofredus die gesamten textkritischen Arbeiten zusammen und publizierte eine eigene Ausgabe mit Kommentaren und exegetischen Noten. Diese von Gothofredus bearbeitete Version nennt man auch Littera Gothfrediana, sie hatte bis in das 19. Jahrhundert hinein Gültigkeit, wo sie schließlich durch die Edition des Theodor Mommsen abgelöst wurde. Die Bearbeitung G.s wurde mehr als fünfzigmal neu aufgelegt, darunter, alleine zu dessen Lebzeiten, dreimal in verschiedenen Ausgaben (Die erste erschien mit einem kurzen Kommentar 1583, die kommentarlose zweite 1587 und die dritte samt Glossen 1589). Hier vorliegend der dritte Nachdruck der kommentarlosen zweiten Ausgabe.

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        EVERYMAN. A morality play. (Edited by Frank Sidgwick).

      4. 1 nn. Bl., XIII, 36 pp., 2 nn. Bll. Mit einfarbiger Titelillustration und 10 mont. Farbtafeln von John Henry AMSCHEWITZ. Flexibler Orig-Pergamentband mit goldgepr. Rücken- und Deckeltitel, Kopfgoldschnitt und verdeckt rundum geführten Schließbändern. Titel u. Inhaltsverzeichnis von der Gestapo gestempelt "Geheime Staatspolizei Staatspolizeileitstelle Wien", flieg. Vorsatz gestempelt "Kulturreferat der Polizei Wien II". Leimschatten-Ecke a. d. Spiegel. Nr. 8 von nur 12 Exemplaren auf Pergament (Gesamtaufl. 512). - Horne S. 70 Vollmer I, 42. - Prachtvoller, breitrandiger Druck für die Medici Society. Erschienen im selben Jahr wie Hugo v. Hofmannsthals Bearbeitung des "Jedermann"-Stoffes. Die Illustrationen des Malers und Illustrators J.H. Amschewitz (1882-1942) erinnern an die Arbeiten von Frank Brangwyn. Die Illustrationstafeln auf Büttenpapier montiert, die Seidenpapier-Hemdchen tragen die Illustrationstitel in Rotdruck."

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        Histoire du Socialisme depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu\'à nos jours ou efforts des reformateurs et des revoltes a travers les ages. Edition illustrée de plus de deux cents gravures dans le texte et de plus de quarante grandes primes hors texte inédites. Tome I - IV

      Paris Derveaux 0 1882-1885, pri. Halblwd., 348, 775, 776-1241, 1242-1629 S. - Einbände etwas berieben u. lichtrandig, Kanten leicht bestoßen, Papier teilw. nachgedunkelt und sehr vereinzelt stockfleckig, die letzten 8 Blatt des vierten Band mit kleineren Verlusten, Text jedoch so gut wie vollständigFrühes Standardwerk zur Geschichte des Sozialismus Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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

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

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        The Prince and the Pauper: A Tale for Young People of All Ages.

      FIRST EDITION SECOND STATE. 1 vol., with 192 illustrations, corrected text on pages 124, 263, & 362. Bound in the publisher's deluxe binding of 1/2 brown morocco.Mark Twain's first attempt at historical fiction.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1882 - 1882 Original Paperback Wisden, Tape to Spine.

      1882. Hi, I recently purchased a set of Wisdens and the first 50 of the run were in a suitcase that had not been opened for over 50 years. This lot is an 1882 Original Paperback Wisden. It has tape to the spine. It is in Very Good Condition for the year. The tape is neatly done and holds the book together well, the covers have some marks and age toning , mainly to the bottom of the rear cover. Internally it is very nice and clean and hasn't been opened for a while. No restoration other than the tape applied many years ago. A hard year to find.

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        Laguna Indian translation of McGufeyf's [sic] New First Eclectic Reader. Translated and printed by John Menaul

      [Laguna Mission Press], Laguna, New Mexico 1882 - Complete set of 7 unbound, unopened and uncut gatherings, approx. 7¼" x 4¾", pp. [4], iv, [6]-12, [2 blank], 13-28, [2 blank], 29-44, [2 blank], 45-60, [2 blank], 61-76, [2 blank], 77-82 [i.e. 84], [7 blank]; consisting of Directions to the Book Binder, title page, introduction, and the full text of McGuffey's Reader in Laguna translation; an Ayer Linguistics duplicate, with an Ayer accession label on the verso of the last leaf, and a Newberry release stamp above it, and also on the Directions to the Book Binder leaf. McGuffey's 'Reader' was used in the instruction of Indian children of Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico, by Rev. John Menaul, a Presbyterian missionary in that village for many years, commencing 1876. He obtained some copies of the 'Reader' and interleaved them with his translation into Keres (the language of Laguna) using his own little printing press. Menaul was New Mexico's premier publisher of bilingual works. He got his first taste of printing in Africa and put his experience to use in New Mexico beginning in1877. Following four years of work with Navajos at Fort Defiance, Arizona, he assumed a post at Laguna Pueblo, fifty miles west of Albuquerque. There he launched what has since become known as the Laguna Mission Press. Recognizing that a key element of bringing Christianity to the Pueblo people was a common language, Menaul produced educational material and religious tracts in English and Keres, the Laguna tongue. After leaving Laguna Pueblo in 1889, he settled in Albuquerque and continued to print Spanish language religious works" (from Lasting Impressions: The Private Presses of New Mexico, 2005). Not in Graff; not in Streeter (who had at least one other Laguna Mission imprint).

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        L'Ancien Hôtel de ville de Paris, 1553-1871

      Paris: A. Quantin, 1882. Livre. Bon. Couverture souple. Ed. originale. In-folio. Paris, A. Quantin, 1882. 35 x 26 cm, in-folio, 224 pp., 23 planches hors texte en noir, gravures dans le texte, broché, couverture blanche imprimée et illustrée en couleurs. Edition originale de cette imposante documentation sur le sujet, qui fait toujours référence. Dos brisé, couverture défraichie, pour le reste un fort bon exemplaire, exempt de rousseurs. Prévoir des frais de port pour 3 kg..

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        Views of Kangaroo Point - Brisbane River and Toowoomba

      Two original photographs from Queensland in Australia, taken circa 1882, both with embedded captions, mounted one recto and one verso to the same cardstock mount. The Kangaroo Point photograph was taken by Australia's photographer and colourist Albert Lomer whose studio name appears as the embedded caption. This photograph measures approximately 20,5 x 14 cm, being an albumen print with some age-toning, otherwise in very good condition. The Toowoomba photograph is a gelatin silver print photograph measuring approximately 19,5 x 15 cm, with indication of some creasing, otherwise in very good condition. The cardstock to which both photographs are mounted measures 21 x 15 cm. A very rare albumen print photograph of Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, taken by renowned photographer Albert Lomer around 1882, shows some of the foremost commercial buildings, including a shoreside timber yard, as well as the expanse of residences developing. This view is captured from the north side of the Brisbane River looking south, and likens a similar photograph from a slightly different spot, which Lomer may have taken the same day while creating his panoramic view of Brisbane River from Bowen Terrace, the panorama being composed of five views. [The John Oxley Library, in the State Library of Queensland, holds the original panorama, found in the Lomer Photograph Album dating to 1884.] This photograph bears the embedded stamp "Lomer & Cie". Albert Lomer was an important commercial photographer, active in Australia. He opened the first photographic studio in Brisbane in 1862, and worked from a variety of studio addresses in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Queensland from 1862 to 1900. He opened a studio at Sydney in partnership with Andrew Chandler, advertising that they were from W. Davies & Co. of Melbourne, where both had presumably trained. Their studio, The London Photographic Company, was at 419 George Street. By February 1867 Lomer was operating the business alone. In 1872-73 Lomer was working at 57 Bourke Street in Melbourne. He then established a very successful Brisbane studio at 158 Queen Street which lasted from 1874 until 1905, although he apparently no longer ran it after 1880. Branch studios were opened in various parts of the colony, including the Lomer studio at Mackay in 1887 (managed by J.P. Kemp), a studio at Toowoomba (1893-96) and one at Ipswich (1898-99). Lomer was again in Sydney in 1880-95. Several photographs from Lomer's Brisbane studio have survived, although mainly carte-de-visite portraits. Kangaroo Point is one of the earliest suburbs settled in Brisbane and subsequently, is one of Brisbane's oldest suburbs, rich in history. In 1823, explorer John Oxley described Kangaroo Point as a "jungle, fringed with mangroves with the higher land open forest, covered with grass". During the time of the subsequent convict settlement (1825-1841), Kangaroo Point was cleared and used for cultivation of crops. Subsequently, the area was opened up for free settlement, the first land sales taking place on 13 December 1843. Among the early purchasers was Captain J.C.Wickham, the Police Magistrate. Surveyor James Warner built the first house at Kangaroo Point in 1844. Kangaroo Point's first school was opened in 1861 by the Church of England, which came under the control of the Board of Education in 1867. In 1887, the Yungaba Immigration Centre was built on Main Street at Kangaroo Point to replace the facilities on William Street.

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        Louis F. Baum's Popular Songs as Sung with Immense Success in his Great 5 Act Irish Drama Maid of Arran

      New York: J.G. Hyde Lith.. 1882. First. First edition. Folio. 16pp. Color lithographic cover with portrait of Baum (who both wrote and starred in the musical play) in lower right corner. Small nick on upper right corner, thin split at the spine about halfway up, two tiny spots in lower corner, else near fine.Sheet music and lyrics for six L. Frank Baum songs (Baum's real first name was Lyman, but he disliked the name and often used Louis or the initial "L." instead). Printed with space left to include the place of performance for the touring show, in this case: "To be produced at The Opera House, Ypsilanti, [Michigan]. Tuesday Eve., Jan 23. Positively the Only Appearance of this Renowned Company in this City this Season."A rarity, Baum's first commercially issued publication. His first "book" was a pamphlet on raising a specific breed of chicken, A Brief Treatise upon the Mating, Rearing, and Management of the Different Varieties of Hamburgs, published in 1886. Additionally and previous to that, he owned a miniature home printing press and published a few little amateur periodicals, in themselves great rarities.OCLC locates three or four copies, although a 1895 reprint might account for some of these. .

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        The Epic of Kings - Stories retold from Firdusi.

      T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1882 - First edition. Folio. pp xlviii, 339. Preface by Edmund W. Gosse. Full parchment with bevelled edges and elaborate decoration in blue, red. tan and gilt; top edge gilt.Number 100 of 200 copies with the two etchings by Alma Tadema both signed by the artist.Covers a bit marked and rubbed. Snags to tail of spine. Very good. The two etchings are fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Aarau, 22. II. 1882.

      1882. 1 S. Gr.-4to. An einen Redakteur: "Beiliegend sende ich Ihnen 2 Concertbesprechungen, die Sie vielleicht nicht ungern in Ihr Blatt aufnehmen [...]". - Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf der Gemeindekanzlei Aarau.

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        Deutsche Pomologie.Chromolithographische Abbildung, Beschreibuhng und Kulturanweisung der empfelenswerthesten Sorten. ( Hier Kirschen und Pflaumen. )

      Paul Parey, Berlin 1882 - 8°, Kirsche III / 25 Abb., Pflaume IV / 25 Abb., jeweils eineinhalb oder zwei Seiten Text zu den Abbildungen, geprägte Olwd., Kopfgoldschnitt, vergoldeter Rückentitel, Schnitt, Titelblatt, und leider auch einige wenige Abbildungen stockfleckig, sonst guter Zustand 16 / WG Sprache: de [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1882. Corrected from the Greek and Revised by A. H. Clough. Fine. This set is in superb condition, inside and out; extraordinarily well preserved.. Corrected from the Greek and Revised by A. H. Clough. Five volumes. The preface containing a life of Plutarch. Quite beautifully bound in full scarlet crushed morocco with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the spines with gilt titles and the panels with gilt devices of flowers and trailing vines, the covers with elaborate borders and large cornerpieces, fancy dentelles. Book seller's ticket in rear of Vol. I, John Howell, Importer, San Francisco.

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        Les désirs de Jean Servien.

      Paris, Lemerre, 1882. - LIVRES Édition originale rare, avec les couvertures imprimées par Gustave Retaux (Talvart VI, 45). Superbe reliure de Kieffer. 1 volume in-12. Plein maroquin Lavallière, plats divisés en compartiments de filets à froid, composition en rouge et vert au centre de chacun des plats, dos à nerfs, tête dorée, roulettes et fleurons dorés aux doublu [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Brehms Thierleben / Tierleben 2. Auflage Kolorirte (kolorierte) Ausgabe, 10 Bände, 1882-1884

      Bibliographisches Institut 1882-1884, Leipzig - Brehms Thierleben (Tierleben). Allgemeine Kunde des Thierreichs. Zweite (2.) umgearbeitete & vermehrte Auflage. Kolorirte (kolorierte) Ausgabe. Komplett in 10 Bänden. Leipzig, Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts, 1882-1884. Dekorativ gestaltete Prachteinbände (Original-Halbleder) mit Goldprägungen. Format ca. 26x19 cm, rd. 6.600 S. Zahlreiche Abb. im Text & mit überw. farbigen Tafeln (Chromolithographien). Bände 1-3: Die Säugethiere • Bände 4-6: Die Vögel • Band 7: Die Kriechthiere und Lurche • Band 8: Die Fische • Band 9: Die Insekten, Tausendfüßler und Spinnen • Band 10: Die Niederen Thiere. Wie auch den ersten acht Originalbildern in der Galerie zu entnehmen, haben die Bände eine beeindruckende Rückenansicht. Bei einem Band ist die Rückenkante ein wenig ausgefasert, bei zweien hat sie einen kleinen Einriss (von 0,5 cm bzw. noch geringer). An ebenfalls drei Bänden finden sich kleine Einrisse am Außengelenk, der längste misst 2,5 cm. Der Buchschnitt ist sehr gut erhalten, lediglich unterschiedlich aufgehellt. Buchecken bestoßen; Leder gering berieben, an einigen Außengelenken & Ecken etwas mehr. Buchdeckel bekratzt & berieben; das Papier an den Deckelkanten, besonders der unteren, teils stärker. Der Band Vögel 2 ist durch früheren Kontakt mit Feuchtigkeit in der Erhaltung abweichend: der Vorderdeckel in sich gebogen & aufgequollen, an der seitlichen Deckelkante das Papier komplett abgerieben. Innen vollständig, kein unangenehmer Geruch. Alle Seiten & (Farb-) Tafeln erstklassig erhalten. Keine losen oder fehlenden Seiten. Von einem Band abgesehen (dort einige Flecke) Seiten ohne Fleckigkeit. Auf einem Abbildungsverzeichnis am Seitenrand handschriftliche Zahl. Bei zwei Bänden der Vorsatz angeschmutzt. In einem Band ist nach rund 120 Seiten mittig der Buchblock zu circa einem Dreiviertel angebrochen (wenn dieses letzte Stück noch reißt, sind es zwei Hälften). 22500 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Louis F. Baum's Popular Songs as Sung with Immense Success in his Great 5 Act Irish Drama Maid of Arran

      New York: J.G. Hyde Lith.. 1882. First. First edition. Folio. 16pp. Color lithographic cover with portrait of Baum (who both wrote and starred in the musical play) in lower right corner. Small nick on upper right corner, thin split at the spine about halfway up, two tiny spots in lower corner, else near fine.Sheet music and lyrics for six L. Frank Baum songs (Baum's real first name was Lyman, but he disliked the name and often used Louis or the initial "L." instead). Printed with space left to include the place of performance for the touring show, in this case: "To be produced at The Opera House, Ypsilanti, [Michigan]. Tuesday Eve., Jan 23. Positively the Only Appearance of this Renowned Company in this City this Season."A rarity, Baum's first commercially issued publication. His first "book" was a pamphlet on raising a specific breed of chicken, A Brief Treatise upon the Mating, Rearing, and Management of the Different Varieties of Hamburgs, published in 1886. Additionally and previous to that, he owned a miniature home printing press and published a few little amateur periodicals, in themselves great rarities.OCLC locates three or four copies, although a 1895 reprint might account for some of these. .

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        Über den Bau der Nervenfasern und Nervenzellen beim Flusskrebs. in: Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Classe, LXXXV. und LXXXVI. Band, III. Abtheilung

      Wien, K.K. Hof und Staatsdruckerei in Commission bei Carl Gerold\'s Sohn, 1882. 23 x 15cm, Originalhalblwd., goldgeprägter Rückentitel, marmorierter Deckelbezug, zwei alte Bibl.-Stempel auf Titel; VI, 388 S., 19 Tafeln und 5 Holzschnitte; 1 weißes Bl., 1-120, VI, S. 121-247 S. (Jahrgangsinhalt zwischen Heft II und III eingebunden), 16 Tafeln, 1 Holzschnitt; sehr gutes Exemplar frühe (sechste) neurologische Arbeit von Freud (auf den S. 9-46 mit einer colorierten Tafel). Er untersucht an lebendigen Nervenzellen, ob auch diese \"Fibrillen\" enthalten und kann dies eindrucksvoll bestätigen. Er hat \"mit dieser und den vorhergehenden Arbeiten über den Aufbau von Nervenzelle und -faser (...) wesentliche Schritte für die Erforschung des Nervensystems getan und damit den Weg für die Neuronentheorie vorbereitet\" (SPEHLMANN 21f.). Der Vortrag wurde auf der Sitzung vom 15. Dezember 1881 gehalten, Freud war in diesem Jahr noch Assistent bei dem berühmten Physiologen Ernst W. Brücke. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Neurologie, Hirnanatomie, Neuron

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