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        Wasserhirsch (Wasserreh).

      - Bleistift, teils gewischt, auf chamoisfarbenem festem Velin, rechts unten signiert und datiert „Wilh. Kuhnert 06." und rechts oben bezeichnet „Wasser-hirsch!". 24,2:30,8 cm. Linker und oberer Rand ungleichmäßig beschnitten, rechts und links am Oberrand Nagellöchlein und rechts oben ein wenig fleckig. Verso am Oberrand Reste alter Verklebung. Kuhnert, der als Maler, Illustrator und Autor tätig war, zählt zu den bedeutendsten deutschen Tiermalern seiner Zeit. Nach einem Studium 1883-1887 an der Kunstakademie in Berlin als Schüler von F. Bellermann (1814-1889) und P. Meyerheim (1842-1915) unternahm er von dort aus Reisen nach Ägypten, Ostafrika und Indien, um vor Ort Tier- und Landschaftsstudien zu betreiben.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        THE UNTOWARD EFFECTS OF DRUGS: A PHARMACOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL MANUAL

      1883 - LEWIN, Dr. Louis. THE UNTOWARD EFFECTS OF DRUGS, A PHARMACOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL MANUAL. Translated from the German by J.J. Mulheron. Detroit, Michigan: George S. Davis, 1883. Tall octavo, original embossed brown cloth, ornately stamped in gilt; 216 pages plus six-page index. Second Edition, Revised & Enlarged. Dr. Louis Lewin [1850-1929] was a German author of more than 200 major publications on the subject of pharmacology, including 12 books. He was the first researcher to study peyote with the Native Americans and the first to publish a monograph on kava. He directed a private laboratory in Berlin and he was considered the leading toxicologist in Germany. He published the first methodical analysis of the Peyote cactus, a variant of which was named Anhalonium lewinii in his honor. In Berlin, a street and a nearby underground station are also named in his honor. One of Lewin's most enduring tasks was to create a system of classification of psychoactive drugs and plants on their pharmacologic action. His original categories were Inebriantia (inebriants: alcohol or ether); Exitantia (stimulants like Kaht or ampehtamines); Euphorica (euphoriants and narcotics, like heroin); Hypnotica (tranquilizers, such as Kava); Phantastica (hallucinogens or entheogens, like peyote or Ayahuasca). A very rare book and in terric condition. Very Good or better condition (quite nice; minor wear covers with contents clean & tight; gilt-stamping is very bright & unrubbed). $750.00. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antic Hay Books]
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        Mademoiselle de Maupin - Double Amour. 2 volumes

      Paris, L. Conquet - G. Charpentier 1883 - 18 Compositions de E. Toudouze gravées par Champollion. Un portrait frontispice de l'auteur par Manteuil et Burney et un titre ancien en frontispice. 2 portraits en vignettes de titre (dessins de Jeanniot) et 15 hors texte. Relié in fine du tome 2 : Essai pour l'illustration, comportant 4 compositions supplémentaires, "Avis au relieur" et "Avis de l'éditeur pour la reliure". Complet & Contrôlé. Réimpression textuelle de l'édition originale. Notice bibliographique par M. Charles de Lovenjoul. Tirage unique à 500 exemplaires. Celui-ci, sur vélin à la cuve, nominatif, signé par l'éditeur sur la justification. Illustrations sur papier JAPON. La suite des 18 eaux-fortes, gravées par Champollion d'après E. Toudouze, a été vendue un an après l'impression de l'ouvrage et présentée avec une couverture gravée, celle-ci étant généralement placée en frontispice du tome II comme ici. Paris, L. Conquet - G. Charpentier - 1883 - XVI, 374 et 373 pages. Ex libris. Très belle reliure demi maroquin rose à coins signée Septier. Dos à nerfs finement orné et doré avec petits décors mosaïqués. Titre, auteur et date en pied dorés. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. Filet doré bordant les plats. Couvertures et dos conservés. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état pour cet exemplaire de luxe. Format in-8°(24x16). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Livres et Collections]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Ernstbrunn, 9. XI. 1883.. 1¾ SS. 8vo.. Bittet den Adressaten, Einlasskarten an das Hotel Imperial zu schicken. - Heinrich XXIV. entstammte der nichtregierenden Nebenlinie Reuß-Köstritz aus der jüngeren Linie der alten, weitverzweigten deutschen Adelsfamilie der Reuß. Trotz seiner ersichtlichen musikalischen Begabung entschloss sich Heinrich XXIV. zuerst ein juristisches Studium aufzunehmen. Ab 1883 widmete er sich jedoch fast nur noch seinen musikalischen Interessen. In dem Komponisten Heinrich von Herzogenberg, der in Kontakt mit Johannes Brahms stand, fand Heinrich XXIV. einen fähigen Lehrmeister. - Auf Briefpapier mit gepr. Briefkopf.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Das Ausland. Wochenschrift für Länder- und Völkerkunde (später: Erd- und Völkerkunde), unter Mitwirkung von Professor Dr. Friedrich Ratzel (später: Siegmund Günther) und anderen Fachmännern herausgegeben von der J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung in Stuttgart. 56.-66. Jahrgang in 11 Bänden.

      Stuttgart-München, J. G. Cotta, 1883-1893.. 4°. Mit Illustrationen, Karten u. Plänen im Text. Zus. ca. 10.200 S., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückentiteln u. dreiseitig marmor. Schnitt.. Erstausgabe. - Einbände etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Innendeckeln u. Vorsatzbll. m. Bibl.-Signatur. Titelbll. gestempelt. Etw. gebräunt. -

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        THE WONDERFUL CITY OF TOKIO OR FURTHER ADVENTURS OF THE JEWETT FAMILY AND THEIR FRIEND

      Boston 1883, - Lee. Red pictorial gold stamping, 169 illustra-tions, very good, 301p. S C A R C E Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        Rutherford Hayes makes a cryptic allusion to President Chester A. Arthur: "I have no quarrel with my old adversary that is in the least personal. If he has with me I do not know it."

      Fremont, Ohio, September 26, 1883. 5.5" x 8.5". "Autograph Letter Signed, ""R.B. Hayes,"" 1 page, 5.5"" x 8.5"", Fremont, Ohio, September 26, 1883 to noted autograph collector Lewis Jacob Cist (1818-1885). Light folds, very light soling, else fine. ""Your letter of the 15th instant came during my absence. I am now so thronged[?] with matters requiring instant attention that I cannot at once lay my hand on what you wish, or even recall defiantly the fact that I have or have not that document you seek. But I will try to give it to you, to procure it somewhere. The hour[?] strikes me as it does you ?" unless I put in a disclaimer as to the personal sting. I have no quarrel with my old adversary that is in the least personal. If he has with me I do not know it."" Hayes, an early but ultimately unsuccessful champion of civil service reform, had one major victory in his efforts to weed out corruption in the federal workforce: his dismissal of Chester A. Arthur as Collector of the Port of New York. His initial efforts to dismiss the corrupt Arthur and his cohorts met with stiff resistance by conservative Republicans in Congress. Hayes was forced to await a Congressional recess to take executive action to get Arthur out of the lucrative post. "

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        The Stars in Their Seasons, an Easy Guide to a Knowledge of the Stars: Exhibiting, in twelve large maps, the appearance of the heavens at any hour of the night all the year round

      Published by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Northumberland Avenue, London Second Edition . 1883. - Second edition hard back binding in publisher's original blue and white paper over thick card board, navy blue cloth spine. 4to 11'' x 7½''. Contains 7 printed pages of text followed by 12 single-sided double page blue maps. The covers are badly rubbed and the text is very difficult to distinguish, the cloth spine has been repaired, internally the the book is in Very Good clean condition, without any marks or soiling to the text block or the maps, very scarce. Member of the P.B.F.A. ASTRONOMY & COSMOLOGY [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA Member]
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        Rhyme? And Reason?

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1883. 1st Edition . Near Fine. 5 x 7.25 inches (13 x 18.5 cm). Full green morocco binding by Bayntun-Riviere of Bath (binder's name in gilt to front turn-in). Spine has five raised bands, gilt ruled panels, gilt lettering, date to foot of spine. Single gilt fillet border to boards. Gilt decorated board edges. Gilt fillet turn ins with fleurons to corners, hand marbled endpapers, all page edges gilt. Very light rubbing to boards, otherwise in fine condition throughout. Contains first printings of 'Echoes', 'A Game of Fives', the last three of the 'Four Riddles' and 'Fames Trumpet'. Also includes reprints of 'Phantasmagoria' and 'The Hunting of the Snark'. An excellent example in a binding of the very highest order. Hardback. Printed pages: xii, 214, [2]

      [Bookseller: Tarrington Books]
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        The Voyage of the Jeannette The Ship and Ice Journals of George W De Long Lieutenant-Commander U S N , and Commander of the Polar Expedition of 1879-1881

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company. The Riverside Press, Cambridge., 1883 6.5 by 9.5 inch size, Full Leather Bound, Gold Gilt Spine, Volume one boards & Spine Scuffed,  Volume Two boards & Spine Scuffed & Front bottom corners bump damage.

      [Bookseller: Bill's Books]
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        U.S. Grant signed card dated the day General Orders were given resulting in Gen. P.H. Sheridan succeeding General W.T. Sherman as commander of the Army of the United States

      New York City, October 13, 1883. 3.25" x 2". "Card Signed ""U.S. Grant / New York City / Oct. 13th 1883."" 3.25"" x 2"", sharp corners. Slight toning at right edge. Mounting remnant on verso with no show-through. Fine condition.Under General Orders issued by President Chester A. Arthur the day General Grant signed this card, the command of the Army of the United States passed from General William T. Sherman to General Philip H. Sheridan on November 1, 1885:""By and with the consent of the President, as contained in General Orders No. 71, of October 13, 1883, the undersigned relinquishes command of the Army of the United States ... W.T. Sherman, General.""""In obedience to orders of the President, promulgated in General Orders No. 71, October 13, 1883, from these headquarters, the undersigned hereby assumes command of the Army of the United States ... P.H. Sheridan, Lieutenant-General""In 1866, Congress had established the rank of ""General of the Army of the United States"" for General U.S. Grant. After Grant became President, he was succeeded as General of the Army by W.T. Sherman. By an Act of June 1, 1888, the grade was conferred upon Philip H. Sheridan. The rank of General of the Army ceased to exist with Sheridan's death on August 5, 1888."

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        HISTOIRE GÉNÉRALE DE LA PROVINCE DE QUERCY. [4 volumes].

      1883 - Cahors, Girma, 1883-86. Quatre volumes grand in-8 (168 X 246) demi-basane rouge vif, plats de toile chagrinée vieux rouge, dos lisse, triple doré en place des nerfs, auteur, titre et tomaison dorés (reliure de l?époque). Tome I : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre, 474 pages, (1) f. d'achevé d'imprimer ; Tome II : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre imprimés en rouge et noir, 492 pages, (1) f. d'achevé d'imprimer ; Tome III : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre imprimés en rouge et noir, 467 pages, (1) f. d'achevé d'imprimer ; Tome IV : (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre imprimés en rouge et noir, 451 pages, (1) f. d'achevé d'imprimer, (1) f. blanc, une carte dépliante. Quelques rares rousseurs, déchirure à la carte restaurée anciennement avec du scotch, accroc en tête du tome IV, début de fente à un mors sans gravité. ÉDITION ORIGINALE de cet excellent ouvrage de synthèse historique, publié par les soins de MM. L. Combarieu et F. Cangardel. Cette édition contient une CARTE dépliante en photolithographie de la «description du païs de Quercy ». Tirage limité à 550 EXEMPLAIRES, celui-ci UN des 471 imprimés sur papier teinté vergé. Cet ouvrage, écrit sous la Restauration, n'a pas été publié du vivant de Lacoste (1765-1844). PLAISANT EXEMPLAIRE en reliure d'époque, en BON ÉTAT. PLEASANT COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LETTER AND SPIRIT. NOTES ON THE COMMANDMENTS

      London: SPCK, n.d. [1883].  First edition, 17 x 11.5cm (large 16mo), in publisher's dark aqua linen w/decorative red borders enclosing gilt title & red snowflakes to fr. cover, gilt title & red ruling to spine, red publ. colophon to rear cover, dark slate green ep.s, [1-5] 6-206 pp. +1p. publ. advert to rear.  Printed at the Clarendon Press, Oxford.  From the library of William E. Fredeman (the Pre-Raphaelite scholar) w/his lt. pencil notes to prelims.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. bumped, fr. cover sl. rubbed, & remnants of label glue to fr. pastedown); contents Very Good (occas. lt. foxing).  Ehrsam & Deily 196, Ives A18.1 (while our copy lacks the "two-leaf advertising section dated '1-11-82' [which] appears in all copies examined" [p.93], all other aspects correspond exactly).

      [Bookseller: Leonard Roberts, Bookseller]
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        The History of the County of Brant, Ontario, Containing A History of the County; Its Townships, Cities, Towns, Schools, Churches, etc.; General and Local Statistics; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of the Six Nation Indians and Captain Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea); History of the Dominion of Canada, Miscellaneous Matters; Etc., Etc., Etc

      Warner, Beers & Co, Toronto 1883 - iv, [4], 689 p. 25 cm. 10 b&w portraits. Rebound in half burgundy leather with original black cloth. Light soiling to cloth. New endpapers. Repaired title page. A little light spotting and thumbing. As its title indicates, a comprehensive history of Brant County until time of publication. Covers native history, the City of Brantford, township histories, biographies. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Attic Books (ABAC, ILAB)]
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        KOGYO ZUKUSHI: SKETCHES FOR ARTISANS.

      DESIGNS FOR SWORD FURNITURE, TEXTILES, CERAMICS, CARVINGS &c[Tokyo 1883, - Ookura]. Stitched stiff wrs., very good, oblongformat, 18 x 12 cm., each bound in a different cover color,profusely illustrated with pink, Sumi, black & grey colors,1-4 illustrations per page, 22+22+22+21 p., 4 of 5 vol. set. Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        Numismata Typographica; or The Medallic History of Printing

      London: Printers' Register Office, 1883. 1st Limited Edition . Good+. 8.5 x 10.5 inches (22 x 26.5 cm). Later brown cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine. Library labels and barcode to front endpaper. The title page is marked and lightly creased. It appears that library labels were at some point pasted to the title page - some remnants are still attached to the inner side of the page. Library stamp to the title page, library number to rear of title page - no other library stamps or markings within the book. There is an area of damage to the bottom right corner of the title page with an old repair - there is corresponding damage (with similar repairs) to a lessening degree to each of the following 5 leaves (pages affected are Preface, Index I and Index II) The Preface page also has a repaired 2 inch tear to the outside edge. The text has a couple of spots of foxing but is generally very clean throughout. All 24 plates are present and in excellent condition - there is foxing to the following plates: Plate I (small spot to margin); Pate XIII (small spot to rear of plate only); Plates XIV, XVI, XXI, XIII (A couple of small spots within engraving); Plate XIX (foxing to rear of plate showing through faintly); Plate XX (obvious foxing to plate); Plate XXIV (foxing to margin, a few spots to engraving. No inscription. Rare. Hardback. Printed pages: 144 + plates

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        Aut Caesar Aut Nihil. In Three Volumes

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co.. 1883. First. First edition. Three volumes. Publisher's smooth mustard-yellow cloth, covers ruled in blind, lettered and ruled in gold on the spine, light blue floral-patterned endpapers. London born Mary Bothmer, daughter of merchant John Young, married Major Count Hippolite von Bothmer, a German diplomat at Marseilles, and lived for a time in Germany. She published the popular German Home Life in 1876 and four novels. Aut Caesar Aut Nihil (Either Caesar or Nothing), her last novel, centers around the assassination of Tsar Alexander II in 1881. A handsome set in fine condition. Wolff 603. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        L'Art Japonais, complete in two volumes

      A. Quantin, 1883, Decorative Cloth, Book Condition: Good Minus, Presumed First EditionSize: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall, Ce n'est pas une édition bilingue. Texte en français uniquement, pas en anglais, et illustrés de très nombreuses reproductions dans le texte et de 64 planches hors-texte imprimées en héliogravures et chromolithographie, reliure de l'éditeur en soie ivoire décorée par une reproduction des Sansonnets sur le soleil couchant, d'après Shinman. This is not a bilingual edition. Text in French only, not in English. Printed in France. Complete in two volumes. This is copy no. 5 of 1400 copies of a limited edition printed on Japan paper. This is the large format edition, 14 x 10.5 inches. Ivory-colored silk bindings, with crisp orange-stamped title and black-stamped image of three birds against an orange background [Starlings at Sunset, by Shinman] to the front board of each volume. Lightly faded black- and orange-stamped lettering to the spines. The boards are lightly soiled and the spines are heavily soiled. As to both volumes, the spine head and tail are bumped and with fabric and underlayment losses. Most of the corners are moderately bumped and abraded. Hinges tender. Volume One with iv and 310 numbered pages. Volume Two with 369 numbered pages. Both volumes illustrated with many engravings in the text and with approximately 64 plates bound in. Specifically, 13 etchings, 21 heliogravures, 2 prints in black and gold, 10 chromolithographs and 18 watercolors. Artists include: M. Henri Guérard, M. Dujardin, M. Guillaume, M. Gillot, ME-L. Montefiore, M. Coin, M. Lefevre and M. Lemoine. Most of the plates with tissue guards present. Scattered light to moderate foxing to both volumes, especially to the preliminaries, and also affecting some of the plates. Previous owner bookplate, very small and discreet, to the bottom of the front pastedown of each volume. Else a clean set. A Good Minus set of two volumes. A significant work regarding various aspects of Japanese art: painting, sculpture, architecture, decorative arts, and lacquers. From the private library of Herbert McLean Evans, with his bookplate to the front pastedowns. Evans [1882-1971] was a highly regarded U.S. anatomist and embryologist. He was an ardent collector of rare books and of Japanese ukiyo-e prints, Limited Edition

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        TREASURE ISLAND

      1883 - STEVENSON, Robert Louis. TREASURE ISLAND. London [etc.]: Cassell & Company, Limited, 1883. First edition, first issue. Frontispiece map printed in three colors. viii, 292, + [8] adv. pp. Octavo, 18.7 x 11.8 cm, publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering to spine, top edge stained a matching green, black coated endpapers. Housed in a brown cloth clamshell box. Binding shows some edgewear and cloth has darkened slightly on spine, with some light spotting to upper board; inner hinges have superficial cracking but are sound; a contemporary bookseller's label has been partially removed from front pastedown; and there is occasional scant, light foxing to text leaves, though they are mostly quite clean. Very good condition overall. This most famous of stories of the sea was begun by Stevenson for the amusement of a schoolboy friend and not with a view to publication. It was offered, however, at the instigation of another friend and published, though the author's choice of title, THE SEA COOK, was altered. Stevenson himself in his letters relates the relish with which he entered on the writing of this tale of adventure and romance and the ease with which his ideas flowed as he wrote. This copy has the following points: "dead man's chest" not capitalized on pages 2 or 7; the first letter of "vain" broken in the last line, page 40, and looks like "rain"; the "a" not present in line 6, page 63; the "8" dropped from the pagination on page 83; the missing "7" overstamped in the pagination on page 127; period dropped from line 20 on page 178, after "opportunity";"worse" for "worst" in line 3 on page 197; and With first state October advertisements, marked "5R-1083", with this title listed incorrectly as having 304 pages. (Osborne II, p. 1030; Prideaux 11; Princeton/H. E. Gerstley Stevenson Coll. 22.8).

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        The Green Ray

      Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1883. Hardcover. First Printing of the First English Edition. Mauve-grey and green pictorial cloth with gilt titles. Decorative endpapers. 312 pp. plus advertisment supplement (dated September 1883) at rear pages. B/w illustrations. Superb condition. No inscriptions. One very light area of rubbing to the top corner of blank flyleaf page (where a prev. inscription had been erased). Pages beautifully clean throughout. Pictorial cloth is in stunning condition with no noticeable wear. Gilt is still bright and cloth still has its lustrous sheen. One of Verne's scarcest works (particularly in this the mauve cloth variant). NEAR FINE

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        Das Schloss zu Heidelberg,, hrg. von Friedrich Sauerwein (Architekt 1843 - 1903), mit Text von Marc Rosenberg (1852-1930),

      Frankfurt am Main, Verlag von Heinrich Keller, 1883 - 100 Tafeln nach photographischen Aufnahmen in Lichtdruck ausgeführ, 6 Seiten Text, KOMPLETTES EXEMPLAR dieses sehr seltenen Titels, der Einband unfrisch, das Papier gebräunt, teilweise mit Randeinrissen und -Läsuren ohne Beeinträchtigungen der Motive, das Abbildungsmaterial mit Außen- und Innenansichten der verschiedenen Gebäuden und Räumen sowie Statuen an den Gebäuden Sprache: de

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        The Landleaguers. [Note by Henry M. Trollope]

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1883. First edition, with half-titles. [viii],[2], 280; vii, 296; viii, 291 pp. plus 32 pp. Publisher's List dated October 1883. 3 vols. 8vo. Dark green cloth decorated in yellow, gilt-lettered spines. Rebacked, spines laid down. Some shelf wear, lending library bookplate of Westerton's Hyde Park Corner on cover of volume II (long ago removed from other 2 vols.). About very good. The novel upon which Trollope was working before his last illness; with a note by his son. Uncommon. Sadleir 68

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        Sonnendurchfluteter Laubwald" originales Ölgemälde auf Malkarton ca. 52x62cm; rechts unten signiert; um 1900 [Maße im originalen sorgsam restaurierten Jugendstil-Rahmen 57,5x68,5cm.]

      - Vor Beginn seines Studiums an der Dresdner Akademie absolviert Palmié als Vierzehnjähriger eine Ausbildung zum Dekorationsmaler und arbeitet als Schüler des Hoftheaterdekorationsmalers Rieck in Dresden. Bereits in dieser Zeit erhält der junge Künstler die Gelegenheit, seine erworbenen Kenntnisse in größere Auftragsarbeiten einzubringen: 1883 erhält das heutige Leonhardi-Museum in Dresden, damals im Besitz des Malers Eduard Leonhardi, nach einem Umbau im romantisierenden Stil des 19. Jahrhunderts eine reiche farbige Bemalung durch Palmié. Genutzt wird das Haus als Ausstellung und Atelierhaus. 1884 siedelt Palmié von Dresden nach München über, wo er als Schüler von August Fink seine künstlerische Ausbildung vollendet. Im Jahr 1886 heiratet er die Blumenmalerin Marie Kapferer und arbeitet seither selbstständig. Regelmäßige Reisen in die Alpen, seit den 90er Jahren auch in die Ebenen des Altmühltals, der Wörnitz und der Donau, inspirieren den Künstler zu meist großformatigen Gemälden in neoimpressionistischem Stil. Palmié gehört zu den Gründungsmitgliedern der Neuen Künstlervereinigung München, die 1909 unter Vorsitz von Wassily Kandinsky ins Leben gerufen wird. Doch tritt er noch vor der 1. NKVM-Ausstellung im Winter 1909 wegen künstlerischen Differenzen aus. Vor allem als Landschafts- und Stilllebenmaler hat er sich einen Namen gemacht.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Niederbayern]
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        Mr. Scarborough's Family

      Chatto & Windus, 1883, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, First editionA Very Good + copy of the first edition, first printing, bound in 3/4 blue leather with coordinated blue cloth, top edge of the closed page blocks gilded (minor nicks Volume I's spine tips, minor rubs to the board corners and leading edges); an excellent Trollope novel in which a dying man seeks to determine which of his two heartless and unworthy sons should inherit his vast fortune. A rather nice copy of a Trollope triple-decker which never was reprinted in its 3-Volume form and which seems increasingly difficult to find in collectable condition. A Very Good + copy .

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Bitter").

      Berlin, 20. I. 1883. - 1 S. Gr.-4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Ew. Wohlgeboren gefälliges Schreiben vom 10. d. M. habe ich erhalten u. werde Ihnen das Manuscript meiner Studie über das Stabat mater in spätestens 8 Tagen zustellen können, da mir immer noch ein ein bereits bestelltes Material zu der mir nothwendig scheinenden Vervollständigung fehlt. Ich möchte aber doch dringend bitten, dem Abdruck der einzelnen Abschnitte nicht auf 5 Spalten zu beschränken, sondern ihrer 6 dazu bestimmen zu wollen, da die Sache bei 82 folio Seiten meiner Schrift überaus lang u. daher kaum übersichtbar sein würde [.]". - Karl Hermann Bitter wirkte als Finanzminister (1879-82) bei der Bismarckschen Steuerreform und beim Eintritt Hamburgs in das deutsche Zollgebiet mit und setzte sich für die Verstaatlichung der preußischen Privatbahnen ein. Er "betrieb auch musikwissenschaftliche Forschungen (u. a. zur Geschichte der Oper und des Oratoriums) und verfaßte auf der Grundlage eigener Quellenstudien die ersten wissenschaftlich fundierten Biographien über Johann Sebastian Bach (1865) und seine Söhne" (DBE).

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        A Year's Housekeeping in South Africa new edition

      Macmillan, 1883, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No JacketThe boards are a bit marked and worn. Several name stamps. A little foxing and a few dirty marks. Soundly bound. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: ig70.

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        Life on the Mississippi.

      James R. Osgood, Boston 1883 - First state of p. 441 and 443. 624pp. Illustrated, bound in brown pictorial cloth accented in black and gilt., pictorial gilt spine, previous owner’s name in pencil, and stamped on second blank and top of title page. Only light wear to spine ends, rear hinge is cracked, cloth remains bright with little rubbing, no restoration. A very good copy. [BAL 3411] Size: Large Octavo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Green Ray

      Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1883. Hardcover. First Printing of the First English Edition. Mauve-grey and green pictorial cloth with gilt titles. Decorative endpapers. 312 pp. plus advertisment supplement (dated September 1883) at rear pages. B/w illustrations. Superb condition. No inscriptions. One very light area of rubbing to the top corner of blank flyleaf page (where a prev. inscription had been erased). Pages beautifully clean throughout. Pictorial cloth is in stunning condition with no noticeable wear. Gilt is still bright and cloth still has its lustrous sheen. One of Verne's scarcest works (particularly in this the mauve cloth variant). NEAR FINE

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        Crofutt's New Overland Tourist, and Pacific Coast Guide......Through Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, California, Arizona and New Mexico....... Large folding map included (laid in loose inside back cover)

      Overland Publishing Company , Omaha, Neb. and Denver Colorado, 1883. 1883 Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Illustrated throughout with maps, wood engravings (some double page). [ Maps ] Exterior of Binding moderately rubbed. Hinges some stressed but not separated. First free end-paper has separation about three inches at the top. -- Overall Good or Better Condition. The large folding map is in very good condition. Advertisement on the front paste-down and front side of the first free endpaper. -- Pages 273 (Atchikison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad), 274 (Texas Pacific Line), 275 (Galveston, Harrisburg, & San Antonio--El Paso Div.) are time tables. -- Seldom found with the folding map, and rare with the map in very good condition. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 275 pages. (Continuously paginanted with page 275 being the pastedown on the rear cover). Item Type: [ Maps ]. Illustrator: Illustrated throughout with maps, wood engravings (some double page). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Travel & Places; Western Americana; United States; 19th century; Transportation; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8721. .

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        LES VOUS ET LES TU

      1883. Paperback. Fine. VOLTAIRE (Francois-Marie Arouet). LES VOUS ET LES TU, EPITRE DE M. DE VOLTAIRE, ORNEES DE LITHOGRAPHIES A LA PLUME PAR FRAIPONT. (RUBAN binding). Paris: Imprime pour les Amis des Livres,, 1883. Octavo. 12 unnumbered pages plus [2]ff. Illustrated with erotic lithographs in two states, one onjapan paper without text, by G. Fraipont, 1849-1923. Only 80 copies printed. (Carteret 1946: V, p.204). Signed binding by Petrus Ruban (1851-1929) of coral-colored full levant, elaborately gilt in rococo style with flowers, bees, birds, foliage, quivers and cornucopias.. Spine in raised bands and floral gilt decorations in compartments; floral gilt turn- ins. Custom slipcase covered in marbled paper with leather edges matching the coral levant of the binding. All edges gilt. 25 cm. Fine. This epistle in verse was composed for Suzanne Catherine Gravet de Livry, later marquise de La Tour du Pin Gouvernet. Original printed blue-gray wrappers bound-in. Only five institutions hold this book, including two in the US, according to OCLC.

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        THE RIVER OF GOLDEN SAND: Being the Narrative of A Journey Through China and Eastern Tibet to Burmah.

      A VERY IMPORTANT, EARLY & SCARCE PRIMARY RESOURCE London 1883, - Murray. Blue cloth, very good, 332p., index,+ 332p. text, index, color folding plate, foldout color map,1 map, 31 plates,pictorial gilt covers, head/tail spine wearcorner wear, several pages corners bent,mended, 2nd edition. Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Games Played in the london International Chess Tournament, 1883

      Jas Wade, London 1883 - lvi+371 pages with two tables and diagrams. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 6 1/2") bound in original publisher's red cloth with gilt decoration and lettering to spine and embossed chess board, pieces and lettering on cover. Edited with the assistance of the English Masters, Zukertort, Steinitz, Mason and Bird. Annotated by Zukertort, Steinitz, Mason and Bird. (Betts 25-16) (Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana 5216) First edition.The London 1883 chess tournament was a strong chess tournament among most of the leading players of the day. It was won convincingly by Johannes Zukertort (22 points out of 26) ahead of Wilhelm Steinitz (with 19 points). Remarkably, Zukertort was already assured of victory with three rounds to go, having scored an astonishing 22/23. He then lost his last three games against relatively weak players, probably due to exhaustion. The tournament established Zukertort as rivaling Steinitz to claim to be the best player in the world, and led to the World Chess Championship 1886 match between the two (the first official World Chess Championship match). The event was a double round-robin tournament. Marmaduke Wyvill contributed to organizing the tournament. The tournament was also notable for the first use of the double-sided chess clock, manufactured by T.B. Wilson of Manchester. A common story relates to an incident that occurred at the tournament banquet, when the St. George Chess Club President proposed a toast to the best chess player in the world and both Steinitz and Zukertort stood up at the same time to thank him. Research by Edward Winter suggests that this story has been embellished. The tournament book was dedicated to Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, for his patronage of the tournament. Time limit: 15 moves per hour.b>Condition:Spine ends restored, corners bumped else a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Games Played in the International Chess Tournament, 1883

      lvi+371 pages with two tables and diagrams. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 6 1/2") bound in original publisher's red cloth with gilt decoration and lettering to spine and embossed chess board, pieces and lettering on cover. Edited with the assistance of the English Masters, Zukertort, Steinitz, Mason and Bird. Annotated by Zukertort, Steinitz, Mason and Bird. (Betts 25-16) (Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana 5216) First edition.The London 1883 chess tournament was a strong chess tournament among most of the leading players of the day. It was won convincingly by Johannes Zukertort (22 points out of 26) ahead of Wilhelm Steinitz (with 19 points). Remarkably, Zukertort was already assured of victory with three rounds to go, having scored an astonishing 22/23. He then lost his last three games against relatively weak players, probably due to exhaustion. The tournament established Zukertort as rivaling Steinitz to claim to be the best player in the world, and led to the World Chess Championship 1886 match between the two (the first official World Chess Championship match). The event was a double round-robin tournament. Marmaduke Wyvill contributed to organizing the tournament. The tournament was also notable for the first use of the double-sided chess clock, manufactured by T.B. Wilson of Manchester. A common story relates to an incident that occurred at the tournament banquet, when the St. George Chess Club President proposed a toast to the best chess player in the world and both Steinitz and Zukertort stood up at the same time to thank him. Research by Edward Winter suggests that this story has been embellished. The tournament book was dedicated to Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, for his patronage of the tournament. Time limit: 15 moves per hour.b>Condition:Spine ends restored, corners bumped else a very good copy.

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        The Fly-Fisher's Entomology. With Colored Representations of The Natural and Artificial Insect, and A Few Observations and Instructions on Trout and Grayling Fishing

      Longmans, Green, and Co, 1883. Ninth Edition. With 20 hand- colored plates. 132 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original dark blue cloth, uncut, Beautiful Copy; publisher's 24-page catalogue dated November 1883 at end. "This work ... displays a rare combination of entomological and piscatorial science. The drawings of the natural fly in juxtaposition with the artificial, are of great value and nicety" (Westwood & Satchell).

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        The History of the County of Brant, Ontario, Containing A History of the County; Its Townships, Cities, Towns, Schools, Churches, etc.; General and Local Statistics; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of the Six Nation Indians and Captain Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea); History of the Dominion of Canada, Miscellaneous Matters; Etc., Etc., Etc

      Toronto: Warner, Beers & Co, 1883. iv, [4], 689 p. 25 cm. 10 b&w portraits. Rebound in half burgundy leather with original black cloth. Light soiling to cloth. New endpapers. Repaired title page. A little light spotting and thumbing. As its title indicates, a comprehensive history of Brant County until time of publication. Covers native history, the City of Brantford, township histories, biographies.

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        With the Connaught Rangers in Quarters, Camp, and on Leave

      London: Hurst and Blackett,, 1883. Octavo. Original green cloth,. title gilt to the spine, regimental badge embossed and gilt to the upper board within an elaborate blind panel, similar panel to the lower board, dun surface-paper endpapers. Steel-engraved frontispuece, title page printed in red and black with large steel-engraved vignette of the regimental badge. Just a little rubbed at the extremities, hinges slightly cracked but tight, light browning, foxing front and back, but overall a very good copy. First edition. Sprightly memoir of three decades of service with the 88th. Includes the Crimea, but largely relating to India with the briefest of possible mentions of the Mutiny. Posthumous bookplate of the Comte de Chambord verso of the front free endpaper, later collector's plate to the front pastedown. Decidedly uncommon, just 6 copies on Copac - BL, NLS, NLW, Oxford, Cambridge, and London Library.

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        Recollections of the Kabul Campaign, 1879 & 1880

      London: W.H. Allen & Co.,, 1883. Octavo. Original red cloth, title gilt to the spine, broad gilt rolls across the spine and upper board, brown surface-paper endpapers. Mounted photographic portrait frontispiece, and 7 lithographic plates, 3 of them folding, folding map. A little rubbed, front inner hinge cracked and repaired slight lean, a very good copy. First edition. This copy inscribed on the title page; "General Johnstone CB, with the Author's kind regards, London, June 20/83". Duke "served as a medical officer first to General Roberts's Headquarters then to various native infantry units engaged in the Second Afghan War" (Riddick). Gives an account of the advance of the Kurum Field Force to Kabul, and the occupation of the city, and of Roberts's march on Kandahar. The recipient, Henry Campbell Johnstone, had served with the 5th Native Infantry during the Mutiny in Murree, and subsequently on the Bengal Staff Corps, Deputy Superintendent of Survey, North-Western Frontier. Attractive presentation copy on an uncommon account.

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        Life on the Mississippi. By Mark Twain

      Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1883. First edition, first state of p. 441 (tail piece depicting an urn, flames and the head of Mark Twain) and p. 443 (caption reads "The St. Louis Hotel"). With more than 300 (actually 316) Illustrations. 625 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Publisher's brown pictorial cloth. Light wear to spine ends, else a near fine copy.

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        An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil. With Illustrations by the Author. Edited by A.H. Palmer

      Folio. London: Seeley & Co, 1883. Folio, (2) xvi, 102pp. Title-page printed in red and black With 14 plates including 5 original etchings and 9 reproductions from drawings by Palmer. Original white vellum over boards, lettered in gilt, a very fine copy extremely rare thus. First edition, large-paper copy limited to 135 copies (#34). The book was unfinished when Palmer died, so it was completed by his son A.H. Palmer. Of the 5 original etchings in the book, only one was completely etched and finished by Samuel Palmer, ?Opening the Fold? or ?Early Morning?: Lister 13.vii. Sophie Schneideman noted of her copy: ?He writes in the introduction that Samuel Palmer was a great admirer of Virgil and that in about 1856 he had begun writing a paraphrase of the Eclogues in English verse so that "those who do not read them in the original should have some version from which the pastoral essence had not quite evaporated". It took him years and he imagined that each Bucolic would have an exquisite etching or woodcut at the head of it. In 1872 he wrote "If Blake were alive and I could afford it, I would ask him to make a headpiece of each". He later began some designs for them himself in ink on cardboard. He wrote to Mr. Hamerton about them "I hope to make them distinctly the best things I have ever done". After some thought Palmer decided that he should go back to his favorite medium of etching for the illustrations. As he son notes, although he had given only 10 etching to the world in almost 25 years, this was not light undertaking by "a labor of love". It wasn't until 1881 that he really got going only to be struck down. He died in May telling his son of his wish that the Virgil should be finished. He used the original drawings and his father's notes on proofs. One plate had been finished by Palmer and others were well advanced and then finished by his son from Palmer's notes but some of the designs had not been etched. So those that had been etched are printed here from the plate and for the other illustrations the drawings have been reproduced using photo-engraving.? Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England from 1790-1914, 222.

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        Untersuchungen über die Methode der Socialwissenschaften, und der Politischen Oekonomie insbesondere

      Leipzig: Duncker & Humblot,, 1883. Octavo (208 × 131 mm). Recent half cloth and marbled boards, spine lettered gilt. Repeated institutional library stamps (Freiburg University) to half-title, title page and 17 further leaves, with cancel overstamp. Half-title strengthened with tape along gutter, short tear to page vii repaired, tear to page 69 mended with clear tape. Shelf marks to title covered with correction fluid. Occasional pencil underlining and marginalia; a rather worn ex-library copy of a book that has become difficult to find in any condition. First edition, scarce. Carl Menger (1840-1921), economic theorist and founder of the Austrian school of marginal analysis, was both the most influential and the least read of the major figures who gave economic theory the shape it preserved from about 1885 to 1935. In the Untersuchungen, his second major work, he "undertook to vindicate the importance of theory in the social sciences. This was an effort that seemed necessary to him in view of the complete indifference or even hostility which most of his German colleagues, influenced by the antitheoretical attitude of the 'younger historical school' in economics, had shown towards his attempt in the earlier Grundsätze der Volkswirthschaftslehre (1871) to reconstruct economic theory" (von Hayek in IESS).

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        Palästina in Wort und Bild. Nebst der Sinaihalbinsel und dem Lande Gosen. Erster Band.

      Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart, Leipzig 1883 - VIII, 520 Seiten. Mit gestochenem Titel, 19 Stahlstichtafeln, sehr zahlreichen Textillustrationen ( teils auch blattgroß ) sowie 2 getönten lithographierten Karten. Illustrierter Ohln mit goldgeprägtem Einbandrücken, Folio ( 38 x 32 cm ). Inhalt: Jerusalem - Bethlehem und das nördliche Judäa - Das Gebirge von Juda und Ephraim - Sichem und Samaria - Die grosse Ebene - Untergaliläa und der See von Tiberias - Obergaliläa - Der Hermon und seine Tempel - Damaskus - Palmyra - Der Wadi Barada - Baalbek. Einband angestaubt, etwas fleckig, leicht berieben. Innen teils etwas stockfleckig, desgleichen die Tafeln ( diese meist nur zum Rand hin stockfleckig ). ( Gewicht 3400 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Court of the Tuileries from the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe

      London: Richard Bentley & Son,, 1883. 2 volumes, octavo (190 × 132 mm). Finely bound by Bayntun, mid 20th-century, in rich brown crushed morocco, spines gilt in compartments between five raised bands, gilt lettered in two panels and dated at foot; slightly bevelled boards with one-line gilt rule border enclosing, on front cover, a panel set with green faceted stones and with gilt flower tools at inside corners, each flower with an inset faceted white stone at centre and two seed pearls either side, enclosing a central oval with a hand-coloured miniature portrait mounted behind glass, the oval surrounded with seed pearls and four blue faceted stones; on back cover a simpler gilt panel; board edges decorated in gilt with a dotted roll, headcaps with gilt hatching; moiré silk doublures and endpapers, turn-ins gilt all round with palmettes at corners, gilt edges. Frontispiece with later but skilful hand colouring, 7 plates, and extra-illustrated with 23 plates of which 4 are hand-coloured. Fine condition. First edition. The popular historian Lady Jackson was widely read in standard authorities (and even unpublished papers), and her narrative style ?- bumptious and with "a great deal of go" (Saturday Review, 25 Jan 1879, 117) ?- made her histories readable works of light literature. From the library of W. A. Foyle at Beeleigh Abbey, with his leather book label.

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