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        Trelawny Papers - Edited & Illustrated With Historical Notes & Appendix

      Hoyt, Fogg, and Donham, Portland Maine, 1884. First Edition. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good . Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. i, 520 large pages with an index, historical notes and an appendix. Illustrated with (Fold-out) Maps & Plates and a full size facsimile of an Indenture dated 1631. List of Illustrations - Trelawny Arms; Map of Ancient Plymouth; Ham,-Home of Robert Trelawny; Winchester House,-Prison of Robert Trelawny; Autographs; Coins and Ring Found At Richmond's Island; Patent to Trelawny and Goodyear; Power of Attorney to Winter and Pomeroy; Specimen of Invoice; Map of Cape Elizabeth and Casco Neck; Deed From Vines to Winter; Letter of John Winter Merchant's Marks; The Arms on Smith's Title-Page; Seal of the Council For New England, on the Patent of Jan 13, 1629; Fragments of Seal of the Council For New England, on the Patent to Trelawny and Goodyear, Dec I, 1631. Book - in Very Good blue boards with gilt lettering - slight marking to the spine. Contents, rough trimmed page edges, a couple of leaves carelessly opened, professional repair with archival tape to a tear on one map and with Japanese tissue to a couple of tears to spine edge of one leave, (again caused by careless opening), neat previous owner's annotation to the index otherwise clean, bright & tightly bound. An Attractive Copy Of This Interesting Work. Size: 10 inches tall by 6.25 inches. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Genealogy & Local History; biography; Family & Relationships. Inventory No: 001995.

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        Miss Harriet.

      1st edition. Paris: Victor-Havard 1884. 351 pp. Uncut copy bound with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in beautiful halfleather of smooth darkblue morocco. Binding signed Kauffmann - F. K? Very clean copy

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        Rapid Ramblings in Europe.

      What I saw at London, Paris, Genoa, Pisa, Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Florence, Venice, Milan, Varese, Como, Chamounix, Geneva, Chillon, Bern, Breig, Interlaken, Lucerne, Zurich, Lyons, Brussels, Cologne, Bingen, Wiesbaden, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, and on the Alps and Rhine. With twelve illustrations. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1884. 8:o. 566 pp. + plates. Publisher`s darkblue cloth with brown endpapers. Upper bord with design of people on ship deck and embossed gilt title. Gilt embossed title to spine. Some wear to edges. Cracking to endpaper lower hinges. Frontispiece of Falkner with printed text in facsimile Yours respectfully W. C. Falkner. Light foxing to a few pages at front and rear. 20 x 13,5 cm.. William Clark Falkner grandfather of Nobelprize laureate William Faulkner

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        Recherches sur la Conductibilité Galvanique des Électrolytes. I: La conductibilté des solutions aqueuses extrêmement diluées déterminée au moyen du dépolarisateur. II: Théorie chimique des électrolytes.

      Stockholm, P.A. Norstedt, 1884. 8vo. (215x145 mm). No.13+14, Vol.8 of 'Bihang till K. Svenska Vet.Akad. Handlingar'. 63,(1);89,(1) pp. and 1 lithographed plate. Fine and clean. Uncut and mostly unopened. Custom cloth box. Papers from this supplement series to the 'Proceedings of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences' are often mistakenly identified as offprints or 'first separate edition' because they have their own title page with the publishers named and their own pagination, but they are not - all publications from this series were printed separately in this way and issued in a wrapper mentioning number and volume (not present here).. First edition of Arrhenius' famous dissertation, in which he first presented his theory of electrolytic dissociation. Arrhenius was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1903 "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered to the advancement of chemistry by his electrolytic theory of dissociation". See Dictionary of Scientific Biography, I:p.296-302 and Partington, IV:p.672-81

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        Reisen in Tibet und am oberen Lauf des Gelben Flusses in den Jahren 1879 bis 1880. Aus dem Russischen frei in das Deutsche übertragen und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Stein=Nordheim. Mit zahlreicher Illustrationen und einer Karte in Farbendruck.

      Jena, Herman Costenoble, 1884. Cont. marbled boards. Gilt back and gilt titlelabel in leather. Light wear to coverpaper at edges. XIV,281,(1) pp., many large textillustrations, 16 tinted lithographed plates and 1 large folded map in colour. Scattered brownspots.. Scarce first German edition of his account of his third Asia-expedition. Przhevalskii set out on his third journey in central Asia from Lake Zaysan in Kazakhstan, and continued through Khami to the upper reaches of the Huang Ho. He covered some 7,660 kilometers and came within 270 kilometers of his goal, Lhasa in Tibet, but he was forbidden to enter the area. The work contains imoportent first descriptions of the flora and fauna of many of the areas through which he travelled

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        Pompeii, Past and Present

      Illustrated by photographs of the ruins as they are, with sketches of their original elevations. London, Clowes & Sons, 1884. Gr.-8vo. (Rückenhöhe 23,5 cm). Mit 39 auf stärkeres Papier aufgezogenen Original-Photographien (Photograph E. Lauro) antiker Gebäuderuinen aus Pompeii (18, davon 5 ganzseitig) sowie von Aquarellen mit Gebäuderekonstruktionen von Luigi Fischetti (21, davon 8 ganzseitig) auf insgesamt 26 Tafeln. IV S., 1 Bl., 44 S. Orig.-Leinenband mit Gold- u. Farbprägung; etw. fleckig, Ecken u. Kapitale beschabt. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe mit den Original-Photographien (Albumin-Abzüge) wichtiger Gebäude Pompejis sowie der Rekonstruktionszeichnungen Luigi Fischettis. Die hier vorliegende Londoner Ausgabe sollte nicht mit dem unter nahezu identischem Titel in Mailand verlegten, kleinformatigen touristischen Führer verwechselt werden, der natürlich keine Originalaufnahmen enthält. - Papier etw. gebräunt u. teils etwas stockfleckig, vorderes fliegendes Blatt an der Unterkante mit Ausriss (ca. 1,5 : 4 cm). Auf eine Tafelrückseite ist eine moderne Ansichtskarte aufgeklebt worden. Innendeckel mit radiertem Exlibris von Aug(ust) F. Ammann u. gedrucktem Signaturschild. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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        A collection of ca 1700 original pen and wash drawings of plants from the botanical garden at lemberg, [ca 1862-1872].

      The drawings are on laid paper 215 x 140mm, and preserved in 9 blue folding boxes. A highly unusual archive of botanical illustrations of the botanical garden at Lemberg, now L'viv, Ukraine, then part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, executed by Adolf Weiss, the pre-eminent Austrian botanist of his day. The drawings are of a very high quality and Weiss was known to be an accomplished artist: "... die seltene Meisterschaft in der Handhabung von Pinsel und Feder macht die Abbildungen... zu den auch künstlerisch vollendesten, die wir besitzen (... the rare mastery and use of the brush and pen make [his] illustrations the most artistically accomplished we have) (Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschrift, 1884). Each drawing shows the plant in flower, with anatomical details supplied below. Most of the sheets have the Linnaean binominals at the foot. Each is surrounded by a border either scored or in pencil, which presumably was intended to indicate the size of an engraved plate. Likewise reference is made at the bottom to Kunth's 'Enumeratio plantarum' (5 vols, 1833-1850) indicating volume and page. All drawings are all in the same style; three have been signed by 'A Weiss del.', and one with initials only. This one shows an 'Aloë marginalis' in a wooden barrel with Weiss' initials A.W. dated 2/3 [18]65 Lemberg. It is a portrayal of the plant as it flowered in the Lemberg botanical garden. Weiss published a paper on the Aloë 'Agave Jacquiniana' which had flowered in the Lemberg Garden in 1864. Weiss was assisted by his wife Hermine, and two drawings bear her signature. In style the drawings are quite accomplished and graceful, and resemble some of the best botanical illustration of the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth century. You would not be surprised it you were told there were 75 years earlier. Adolf Weiss (1837-1894) was born at Freiwaldau, Silesia. Between 1855 and 1858 he attended the University of Vienna where he studied botany. In 1862 he was appointed professor of botany and director of the botanic garden at Lemberg, but before taking up this post he undertook a tour of Italy, France, Switzerland and Germany to study botanical gardens in those countries and to forge links between them and Lemberg. Under Weiss's direction, the Lemberg gardens became the finest in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, with rare examples of flora of Lemberg and the Carpathians. Weiss published on the flora of Lemberg (1865). Together with Jarolim, an assistant of his institute, he made numerous excursions to collect plants in the Lemberg area and his herbarium was still preserved in the Lemberg University Museum in 1881. In 1872 he moved to the University of Prague, where he founded the first institute of plant physiology in the Empire. Weiss was the undoubtedly the most important Austrian botanist and plant anatomist of his time and is best remembered for his publications on plant anatomy. It is sad that today he is all but forgotten in Lemberg where he did his most important work. Sadder still, there is now scarcely a trace of his fine botanical garden. The present collection therefore remains a unique testament to this influential botanist and his garden. Together with the plates there are some leaves with plant names and numbers; on one there is Weiss' name dated 12.7.65. Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschrift XXXI, 1881 'B. Blocki, Dr. A. Weiss' Herbar im Lemberg Universitätsmuseum'; Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschrift, XXXIV, 1884 'Gallerie oesterreichischer Botaniker, XXX. G. Adolf Weiss'; Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschrift XLIV 'A. Nestler, G.A. Weiss (obituary); Wurzbach, Biographisches Lexikon des oest. Kaiserstaates, LIV, 82ff.

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        Study of Maid's drapery for his painting "King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid

      n.p. ca. 1884 n.p., ca. 1884. Initially exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery, 1884. Image 13-1/4 x 9-1/4 inches, matted, framed and glazed to 22 x 17-1/2 inches overall. Pencil on paper. . Christian, The Last Romantics, pp. 79 et seq . Edward Coley Burne-Jones (1833-1898), was "The most important artist in the later phase of the Pre-Raphaelite movement and a figure of enormous influence at home and abroad" (Christian). He was born in Birmingham, the son of a frame-maker; originally planning for a career in the Church, at Oxford "he and his friend William Morris came under the influence of Ruskin and the Pre-Raphaelites, and decided to devote themselves to art". Burne-Jones embarked on a distinguished career. For many years he seldom exhibited, relying on the support of devoted patrons, but in 1877 he began exhibiting at London's Grosvenor Gallery; his large paintings "caused a sensation, revealing him as the 'star' of the Grosvenor, a key figure in the Aesthetic Movement, and one of the leading artists of the day ... the [peak] of his later career [was] the exhibition of King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid at the Grosvenor in 1884 ... " During the 1890s he enjoyed an international reputation, "being especially fashionable in Symbolist circles in Paris, where King Cophetua was received with great acclaim at the Exposition Universelle of 1889". He was created a baronet by Queen Victoria in 1894

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