viaLibri Requires Cookies CLICK HERE TO HIDE THIS NOTICE

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1835


         Die Wundermappe oder sämmtliche Kunst- und Natur-Wunder des ganzen Erdballs. Treu nach der Natur abgebildet und topographisch-historisch beschrieben. Erster Band (zweite Abtheilung): Ober-Italien. Zweiter Band. Erste Lieferung - Frankreich (Paris).

      Frankfurt a. M., Comptoir für Literatur und Kunst, 1835. 2 Bde. VIII + 376, 372 S. Priv. Hlwd. der Zeit. Pro Band mit 60 Tafeln. - Besitzsign. a. V., stärkere Gbrsp., stockfleckig bzw. fleckig, Ebd. bestossen u. berieben, 1.Bd.: Buchbloch locker (hinteres Gelenk gerissen). Zustand im Preis berücksichtigt. - Friederich, (1789 - 1858), trat 1805 als Soldat in den französischen Militärdienst ein. 1809 überbrachte er Napoleon nach Schönbrunn die Nachricht von der Verhaftung Papst Pius’ VII. durch sein Regiment. Nach dem Sturz Napoleons wurde er preuß. Offizier in Kolberg, nahm 1819 seinen Abschied und war journalistisch tätig. Er gab u.a. 1821/22 den politisch-satirischen \"Beobachter am Rhein und Main\" heraus und arbeitete für zahlreiche weitere Zeitschriften in Köln und Mainz, 1825 als Redakteur des \"Phönix\" in Mannheim und Stuttgart. Daneben entstanden populärwissenschaftliche historische und geographische Sammelwerke. (DBE) Versand D: 7,00 EUR Illustr. Bücher; Reise

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
 1.   Check availability:     buchfreund.de     Link/Print  


         古今沿革地圖 [Kokon enkaku chizu] [Japanese Colour Woodblock Historical Atlas of China]

      大阪.: 京屋淺二郎.. Third edition.. 1835.. Thirteen colour double page woodblock maps, 35 x 20cm, map sheet size 35 x 40cm. Later plain brown paper covered card covers, some worming though the damage is not significant, small area of East Asian regional map browned, occasional light soiling or marking. Apparently the third edition of this influential Japanese historical atlas of China traces Chinese history from early times through to the Qing Dynasty. This is one of two 1835 editions published; this particular one is unique because the introduction is a dedication to the author by one of his students. It also is dated 1789 twice in reference to the original first edition. The 13 maps which comprise this atlas are: 1. 大清國道程圖 [Dai Shinkoku dōteizu] [Map of The Broad World of Great Qing] 2. 禹貢九州圖 [Ukō kyūshūzu] [Yugong Map of the Nine Provinces] 3. 周職方氏圖 [Shū Shokuhō-shi zu] [Map of the Nine Provinces of Zhou Dynasty] 4. 春秋列國圖 [Shunjū rekkokuzu] [Map of Five Nations of Chunqiu Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 5. 戰國七雄圖 [Sengoku shichiyūzu] [Map of Seven States of Zhanguo Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 6. 秦三十六郡并越四郡 [Shin sanjūrokugun narabi ni Etsu shigun] [Map of Thirty-six Administrative Regions of Qin Dynasty] 7. 西漢州郡圖 [Seikan shūgunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and subdivisions of Western Han Dynasty] 8. 東漢郡國圖 [Tōkan shūgunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions of Eastern Han Dynasty] 9. 三國鼎峙圖 [Sangoku teijizu] [Map of Tripartite Confrontation of the Three Kingdoms] 10. 兩晋南北朝州郡圖 [Ryō Shin Nanbokuchō shūgunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and Subdivisions of Two Jin Dynasties, Southern and Northern Dynasties (A.D.265-5890] 11. 唐十道圖 [Tō jūdōzu] [Map of Ten Prefectures of Tang Dynasties] 12. 大明一統二亰十三省圖 [Dai Min itto nikei jūsanshōzu] [Map of Thirteen Provinces of Great Ming] 13. 亞細亞小東洋圖 [Ajia sho ̄Tōyōzu] [Map of Asia and Little Eastern Ocean] Influential and popular this handsome atlas ran to at least seven editions the last apparently published in 1857. .

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom]
 2.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


         Kokon enkaku chizu]. [Japanese Colour Woodblock Historical Atlas of China].

      ?????., ??. 1835 - Thirteen colour double page woodblock maps, 35 x 20cm, map sheet size 35 x 40cm. Later plain brown paper covered card covers, some worming though the damage is not significant, small area of East Asian regional map browned, occasional light soiling or marking. Apparently the third edition of this influential Japanese historical atlas of China traces Chinese history from early times through to the Qing Dynasty. This is one of two 1835 editions published; this particular one is unique because the introduction is a dedication to the author by one of his students. It also is dated 1789 twice in reference to the original first edition. The 13 maps which comprise this atlas are: 1. ?????? [Dai Shinkoku do?teizu] [Map of The Broad World of Great Qing] 2. ????? [Uko? kyu?shu?zu] [Yugong Map of the Nine Provinces] 3. ????? [Shu? Shokuho?-shi zu] [Map of the Nine Provinces of Zhou Dynasty] 4. ????? [Shunju? rekkokuzu] [Map of Five Nations of Chunqiu Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 5. ????? [Sengoku shichiyu?zu] [Map of Seven States of Zhanguo Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 6. ????????? [Shin sanju?rokugun narabi ni Etsu shigun] [Map of Thirty-six Administrative Regions of Qin Dynasty] 7. ????? [Seikan shu?gunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and subdivisions of Western Han Dynasty] 8. ????? [To?kan shu?gunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions of Eastern Han Dynasty] 9. ????? [Sangoku teijizu] [Map of Tripartite Confrontation of the Three Kingdoms] 10. ???????? [Ryo? Shin Nanbokucho? shu?gunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and Subdivisions of Two Jin Dynasties, Southern and Northern Dynasties (A.D.265-5890] 11. ???? [To? ju?do?zu] [Map of Ten Prefectures of Tang Dynasties] 12. ?????????? [Dai Min itto nikei ju?sansho?zu] [Map of Thirteen Provinces of Great Ming] 13. ??????? [Ajia sho ?To?yo?zu] [Map of Asia and Little Eastern Ocean] Influential and popular this handsome atlas ran to at least seven editions the last apparently published in 1857. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom ANZAAB/ILAB]
 3.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Lodore

      New York: Wallis and Newell, 1835. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First American edition. (Following the three volume British edition.) Two volumes in one. Bound with The Naval Officer by Frederick Marryat as issued. 228; 219pp. Period half calf and marbled boards, morocco spine label lettered in gilt. About Very Good. Small stain in upper margin of first 60 pages or so of Lodore. Crease down middle of spine, wear to edges. Some textual foxing and spotting, heaviest at Naval Officer title page and facing last page of Lodore; wrinkling to pages of Naval Officer. Published as part of the Franklin Library series but fortunately, unlike most surviving copies, is not an institutional copy. The rare first American appearance of a proto-feminist novel by Mary Shelley (best-known as the author of Frankenstein) also known as The Beautiful Widow.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books ]
 4.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


         Die Doppelsterne.( Mit 1 mehrfach gefalteten lithographierten Tafel)+Sterngruppen und Nebelmassen des Himmels with 3 folded lithographs+Geschichte der Entdeckung der allgemeinen Gravitation durch Newton

      Wien Beck's Universitäts-Buchhandlung, 1835, 1835,1835 - IV+176+87+100 pages p. Bound in a contemporary half cloth with goldprint on spine, With some foxing, , Old name on endpaper [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat]
 5.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         TRAITE COMPLET DE L'ART DES ACCOUCHEMENS ou Tocologie thorique et pratique, avec un Abrege des maladies qui compliquent la grossesse, le travail et les couches, et de celles qui affectent les enfans nouveau-nes. Accompagnè de 16 planches gravees.

      Bailliere,, Paris, 1835 - 2 voll. in-8, pp. CCVIII, 129-136, 572, 8; 664 (mal numerate 580), 8, bella leg. m. pelle coeva con tit. oro ai d. Con 16 tavv. in rame, 8 su ciascun vol., raff. parti anatomiche e strumenti chirurgici. Seconda edizione ma la prima figurata. Ex libris. Arrossature diffuse ma bell'esempl. [234]

      [Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico]
 6.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Manuscript letter to son seeking his help with "French land Claim"

      Hudson NY 1835 - Manuscript letter from a member of an old Hudson NY family member William Ashley, to his son, Col. Chester Ashley (then living in Arkansas Territory), asking for help with family land which Ashley senior refers to as the "French Claim prior to 1800". William appeals to his son Chester who had settled in Little Rock in 1820, a powerful lawyer and political operator, one of the founders of the Rose Law Firm. William Ashley specifically asks Chester to intercede with "Col. Sevier" who was a political ally of Chester's and serving at the time as an elected territorial delegate to Congress:"I calculate that Col. Sevier will be starting for Washington about the time you will review this letter; wish you to get him [engaged] in supporting The French Claim prior to 1800, as you know I have a deep interest at Stake, and I am inford (sic) by Some of our members of Congress that Col. Sevier has as much influence amongst the Members as any other man."Ambrose Hundley Sevier (1801 - 1848) was a political ally of Chester Ashley in Arkansas Territory. Sevier too had settled in Little Rock in 1820, where he began a long political career. By 1827, he was elected territorial delegate, taking his seat in Congress in 1828. He quickly aligned himself with President Andrew Jackson, and secured Arkansas's bid for statehood, which was approved in 1836. Directly following statehood Sevier was elected one of the state's first US senators; he was reelected in 1837 and 1843.The reference by William Ashley to the French claim likely concerns land in the strategic corridor running from New York City to Montreal via Lake Champlain and along the Hudson River, which the French wanted to control as early as the 1690s. By 1753 Great Britain controlled the 13 colonies and as far west as the Appalachians, but everything to the north and west was New France. Borders were continually in dispute, and the Ashley land that William Ashley refers to had no doubt been claimed by the French.William Ashley also describes to his son the rapid rate of change in Hudson NY: land speculation; the laying out of a new railroad from Stockbridge to Hudson; the building of a new Court House and Jail; and a debt owed to pay the executors of the Elisha Williams estate. In reference to his debts, Ashley refers to a possible panic in the markets: "I fear it will be as bad as the panick (sic) was before; which ruined thousands who were men of property but could not command the money to save their credit.". The panic he refers to was the worldwide panic of 1825 which has been called the first modern financial crisis; the one he predicts is the panic of 1837, a financial crisis in the US that touched off a major recession that lasted until the mid-1840s.Chester Ashley, William's son (1791 - 1848) played an important part in the early history of Arkansas. Born in Hudson, he settled in Little Rock in 1820, and partnered with the future Territorial Governor Robert Crittenden to form a law firm which became the Rose Law Firm, the oldest west of the Mississippi. Ashley became wealthy through real estate speculation, investing in what is now downtown Little Rock. He was a powerful political figure, and served as a director of the government-chartered Arkansas State Bank. He was elected US senator in 1844 and served until his death in 1848.The letter is addressed to Col. Chester Ashley, Little Rock, Arkansas Territory, U. S. There is a circular Hudson NY cancel, with the 25 cent postage in mss. 16 x 12 3/4", folds to 8 x 12 3/3", written on 3 sides.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
 7.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Lodore

      Wallis and Newell 1835 - First American edition. (Following the three volume British edition.) Two volumes in one. Bound with The Naval Officer by Frederick Marryat as issued. 228; 219pp. Period half calf and marbled boards, morocco spine label lettered in gilt. About Very Good. Small stain in upper margin of first 60 pages or so of Lodore. Crease down middle of spine, wear to edges. Some textual foxing and spotting, heaviest at Naval Officer title page and facing last page of Lodore; wrinkling to pages of Naval Officer. Published as part of the Franklin Library series but fortunately, unlike most surviving copies, is not an institutional copy. The rare first American appearance of a proto-feminist novel by Mary Shelley (best-known as the author of Frankenstein) also known as The Beautiful Widow. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA]
 8.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  


         Atlas Classique et Universel de Géographie ancienne et moderne contenant les Découvertes et les Divisions les plus Nouvelles dans les cinq parties du Monde pour servir à la Lecture des Voyages, des Ouvrages Historiques et des meilleurs Traités de Géographie. Publié par J. Andriveau-Goujon

      A Paris: Chez l?Editeur [Andriveau-Goujon] 1835 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo A. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type A. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type A].- // 1ª edición.- (508x346mm); portada e índice grabados con orla, 32 mapas grabados coloreados a mano (numerados 1 a 32) de 635x508mm., huella más habitual 535x428mm.- // Encuadernación original en media piel marrón y papel marmoleado gris; lomo decorado con filetes y grecas doradas y tejuelo grabado. Rozadura muy leve en cofia, pie y charnelas. Mancha al pie de la guarda delantera, afectando al margen inferior interno de la portada. Texto manuscrito a lápiz en margen exterior de grabado 25. Magnífico estado.- // Proc.: De la biblioteca del Château de La Chaux.- // El nombre de J. Andriveau-Goujon es una denominación empresarial adoptada después de que J. Andriveau, casado con la hija del editor y comerciante de mapas Jean Goujon, se hiciese cargo del negocio de su suegro en la parisina rue du Bac a mediados de la década de 1820. Sin embargo fue el hijo de éste, Gilbert-G.-B. Andriveau, quien en la década de 1830 daría el impulso al negocio: como editores, impresores y libreros, se dedicaron exclusivamente a la geografía, los Atlas y los libros de viajes(1). A su vez, a Gilbert le sucedió su hijo Eugène en 1858, manteniendo una misma línea comercial que sólo se vería laterada a finales de siglo, cuando Henry Barrière compró la empresa, ampliando el uso del formato 'atlas', con la combinación del microscopio y la fotografía, a un terreno bien diferente del geográfico: la microbiología.En lo cartográfico, la casa Andriveau-Goujon disponía de una cartera de mapas que iba ampliando y actualizando continuamente de manera que, cuando disponían de uno nuevo (novedoso o recién actualizado), ese reemplazaba al considerado obsoleto que desaparecía de la cartera y dejaba de imprimirse. Los mapas disponibles los ofrecían recopilados en tres modelos diferentes de Atlas que encuadernaban en función de la demanda, de tal manera que, salvo en ocasiones muy concretas en las que consideraban que abrían un nuevo ciclo, los publicaban sin fecha de edición. Así, para saber cuándo tuvo lugar la composición de cada volumen concreto hay que acudir a la fecha del mapa más reciente que contenga. La denominación de 'Atlas Classique et Universel de Géographie Ancienne et Moderne' era común, no sólo a los tres tipos de Atlas que se producían en Andriveau-Goujon, sino a todos los editores especializados, que venían empleándola al menos desde 1812 como denominación estandar del producto en el mercado por ser el nombre requerido para los atlas que quisieran verse homologados para su empleo en los centros educativos escolares y universitarios, de formación de militares y en acuartelamientos.El primero de los tres tipos de Atlas estandarizados producidos por Gilbert Andriveau-Goujon fue, a partir de agosto de 1835, el 'Atlas classique et universel de géographie ancienne et moderne : contenant les decouvertes et les divisions les plus nouvelles dans les cinq parties du monde pour servir a la lecture des voyages, des ouvrages historiques et des meilleurs traites de geographie', con 33 mapas, que al verse aprobado por el Ministerio de la guerra en 1837 pasó a llevar la leyenda 'Adopté par le Ministre de la Guerre pour les bibliothèques régimentaires'. Con posterioridad tuvo otras dos ediciones: en 1847, con la mención de 'Nouvelle édition', con un máximo de 45 mapas y en 1850.'El segundo de los tipos de Atlas que produjeron fue el 'Atlas elementaire simplifié de Geographie ancienne et moderne. E. Soulier de Sauve & J. Andriveau, Approuve par le Conseil royal de l'Universite de France', editado también a partir de 1835, con 30 mapas: 10 de cosmografía, 10 de geografía de la antiguedad y 10 de los estados de Europa. Para complementar esos Atlas y expli [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Andarto B.]
 9.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Poesie e Prose Inedite e Rare di italiani viventi (cambia dal vol. IV: Prose e poesie di italiani viventi). Volumi: 1, 2, 4-9.

      Bologna, per dall'Olmo e Tiocchi (poi: pe' tipi del Nobili e Comp.), 1835-1836, voll. 8 (su 11), in-16, mz. pelle coeva, piatti in cartone giallo (poi verde, rosso), cartello con titolo manoscritto al dorso, pp. 318-19 a volume. Applicate al verso dei piatti del vol. 2° le copp. del fasc. in br. edit. Forellini di tarlo che interessano le cerniere interne dei piatti, qualche traccia d'uso, vol. 8° con gore residue da umidità. Periodico con cadenza bimensile, pubblicato a fascicoli (22 fasc. raccolti in voll. 11) nel 1835-37 a cura di Piero Bernabò Silorata, che ne curò anche le altre 4 serie (l'ultima a Roma, nel 1874). In questa I serie i primi 2 voll. contengono l'elenco completo dei sottoscrittori (331 nomi, di cui 11 donne) per lo più appartenenti allo stato pontificio. Ogni volume comprende da 16 a 25 autori, appartenenti in gran parte al "classicismo" di area romagnola (scuola del Monti): Silorata, Montanari, Costa, Farini, Ferrucci, Montalti, Strocchi ecc; prevalgono scritti di raffinata erudizione, rimeria d'occasione, traduzioni e volgarizzamenti da latino e greco. Giacomo Leopardi è presente con 2 scritti: l'"Inno ai patriarchi", in 117 endecasillabi sciolti (composta nel 1822) e "All'amico C.P. Epistola" in 158 endecasillabi (composta nel 1826; nell'edizione dei "Canti" apparsa presso Starita di Napoli è il XIX°, col titolo "Al conte Carlo Pepoli"). Segnaliamo anche: di M. Baldacchini "Addio alla gioventù" con dedica "al conte Giacomo Leopardi"; contributi di Maria Giuseppa Guacci, che fu intima amica di Antonio Ranieri e scrisse versi in morte di Leopardi e di Teresa Carniani Malvezzi il cui salotto bolognese Leopardi frequentò, ammirando le doti di poetessa e traduttrice.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini]
 10.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


         Le livre mystique. - Les proscrits. - Histoire intellectuelle de Louis Lambert. - Séraphita

      - Werdet, Paris 1835, 14,5x23cm, 2 volumes reliés. - Edition per Serafita. Binding metà marocchino verde pino con angoli, di nuovo liscia bruniti, le date d'oro code, piatti di carta marmorizzata, guardie e contreplats di carta fatta a mano, coperte e schienali conservati, vincolante siglato Champs.   - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour Séraphita et troisième version de Louis Lambert. Reliures en demi maroquin vert sapin à coins, dos lisses, dates dorées en queues, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés, reliures signées de Champs. Bel exemplaire rare et recherché.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet]
 11.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


         Poesie e Prose Inedite e Rare di italiani viventi (cambia dal vol. IV: Prose e poesie di italiani viventi). Volumi: 1, 2, 4-9.

      - Bologna, per dall'Olmo e Tiocchi (poi: pe' tipi del Nobili e Comp.), 1835-1836, voll. 8 (su 11), in-16, mz. pelle coeva, piatti in cartone giallo (poi verde, rosso), cartello con titolo manoscritto al dorso, pp. 318-19 a volume. Applicate al verso dei piatti del vol. 2° le copp. del fasc. in br. edit. Forellini di tarlo che interessano le cerniere interne dei piatti, qualche traccia d'uso, vol. 8° con gore residue da umidità. Periodico con cadenza bimensile, pubblicato a fascicoli (22 fasc. raccolti in voll. 11) nel 1835-37 a cura di Piero Bernabò Silorata, che ne curò anche le altre 4 serie (l'ultima a Roma, nel 1874). In questa I serie i primi 2 voll. contengono l'elenco completo dei sottoscrittori (331 nomi, di cui 11 donne) per lo più appartenenti allo stato pontificio. Ogni volume comprende da 16 a 25 autori, appartenenti in gran parte al "classicismo" di area romagnola (scuola del Monti): Silorata, Montanari, Costa, Farini, Ferrucci, Montalti, Strocchi ecc; prevalgono scritti di raffinata erudizione, rimeria d'occasione, traduzioni e volgarizzamenti da latino e greco. Giacomo Leopardi è presente con 2 scritti: l'"Inno ai patriarchi", in 117 endecasillabi sciolti (composta nel 1822) e "All'amico C.P. Epistola" in 158 endecasillabi (composta nel 1826; nell'edizione dei "Canti" apparsa presso Starita di Napoli è il XIX°, col titolo "Al conte Carlo Pepoli"). Segnaliamo anche: di M. Baldacchini "Addio alla gioventù" con dedica "al conte Giacomo Leopardi"; contributi di Maria Giuseppa Guacci, che fu intima amica di Antonio Ranieri e scrisse versi in morte di Leopardi e di Teresa Carniani Malvezzi il cui salotto bolognese Leopardi frequentò, ammirando le doti di poetessa e traduttrice. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc]
 12.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Travels in Northern Greece.

      London: J.Rodwell, 1835. First edition of Leakes work on Northern Greece. Octavo, 4 volumes, original cloth, 10 engraved maps and plans, some folding, and 44 plates, wood-engraved illustrations in text. In near fine condition with some toning and light wear to the extremities. Armorial bookplates to each volume. First editions in the original cloth are rare. William Martin Leake was a British military officer and classical scholar specializing in reconstructing the topography of ancient cities. He was a founding member of the Royal Geographical Society and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1815. After his retirement in 1815, he devoted the rest of his life to topographical and classical studies. These volumes, first published in 1835, contain Leake's account of his four extensive journeys across northern Greece between 1804 and 1810. Using the form of a travelogue, Leake discusses contemporary Greek and Turkish culture and provides detailed descriptions of ancient archaeological sites and geography. Leake's precise observations and detailed descriptions were influential in shaping the study of classical topography, with these volumes providing valuable information for the ancient sites and contemporary culture of the region. Volume 1 contains two journeys undertaken in Macedonia, Illyria and Thessaly in 1804 and 1805.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books ]
 13.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


         Storia d'Italia Continuata da quella del Guicciardini Sino al 1789

      Tipografia del Giorn. Letterario, PALERMO 1835 - ITALIANO Opera in 15 volumi. Legatura coeva in mezza pelle con titolo su tassello e fregi in oro al dorso, piatti marmorizzati, copertina rigida cartonata con abrasioni, piccole mancanze e punte piegate, ritratto dell'Autore inciso in antiporta del volume 1, tagli scuri con tracce di polvere e di fioritura, etichetta adesiva al contropiatto anteriore di tutti i volumi tranne il volume 5, pagine ben conservate con tracce di fioritura e lievi segni di umidità La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
 14.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Kurze Uebersicht der Wirkungen homöopathischer Arzneien auf den menschlichen Körper, mit Hinweisung zu deren Anwendung in verschiedenen Krankheits-Formen.

      Leipzig, Schumann 1834 - 1835. - 2 Bände. Zweite vermehrte Auflage. VIII, 406 S.; IV, 380 S. Marmorierte Pappbde. d. Zt- Haehl II, 491; Tischner S. 795. - Rückert (1795-1843) war Schüler von Samuel Hahnemann. - Einbände beschabt. Wenig stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
 15.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Systematische Darstellung aller bis jetzt gekannten homöopatischen Arzneien, in ihren reinen Wirkungen auf den gesunden menschlichen Körper. Zweite, durchaus umgearbeitete und vermehrte Auflage. 2 Bände.

      Leipzig, Schumann, 1835. - circa 21,8 x 14,4 cm. XVIII, 826 SS.; X, 710 SS. Halb-Leder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung Zweite, veränderte und erweiterte Auflage dieses zuerst 1830-32 erschienenen Hauptwerks des Hahnemann-Schülers und zeitweiligen Assistenten Ernst Ferdinand Rückert (1795-1843). - Komplett in zwei Bänden, jedoch, wie meist, ohne das Inhaltsverzeichnis, das am Ende des zweiten Bandes manchen Bänden beigegeben wurde, offenbar bei Abschluss des Druckes aber noch nicht vollständig vorlag und bei vielen Exemplaren (vgl. KVK, bzw. alte Auktionsergebnisse) nicht eingebunden ist. "- Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt und stockig, berieben. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
 16.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage,and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions during the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. Including the Reports of Commander, now Captain, James Clark Ross. and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole. [with] The Appendix

      1835 - First edition. 2 vols. Large paper. Large folding map (coloured in outline), with 30 plates & charts. The appendix with 20 numbered lithographs of which 12 are coloured. 4to. Original cloth, recased, the Appendix in good original cloth viii, xxxiv, 740; xii, 120, cxliv cii,pp. ?As a result of the failure of his voyage in 1818, the Admiralty refused to support John Ross in a second expedition. It was not until 1829 that the assistance of Felix Booth, the sheriff of London, enabled him to set out in the small paddle-steamer Victory with his nephew James Clark Ross as second-in-command. The expedition survived the winters in the Arctic, during which James Clark Ross discovered the North Magnetic Pole. James Clark Ross edited the natural history section of the appendix, and John Ross the remaining sections, comprising meteorology, navigation, and ethnology? (Hill). Hill: 1490; Sabin: 73381. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
 17.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         GEORGIA SCENES, CHARACTERS, INCIDENTS, &c. IN THE FIRST HALF CENTURY OF THE REPUBLIC. By a Native Georgian.

      Augusta, Ga. 1835. - 235pp. Original plain paper-covered boards, cloth backstrip, remnants of paper label. Moderate rubbing and soiling, extremities worn, joints tender. Bookplate on front pastedown, ownership ink signature, minor scattered foxing. Good plus. In a brown half calf and cloth slipcase, spine gilt. The rare first edition of a classic of southern literature and manners, GEORGIA SCENES. is written in the form of a series of sketches set in frontier Georgia at the beginning of the 19th century. Although in fictional form, the book is such realistic social history that it presents one of the best pictures of life in that time and place, and straddles the line between fact and fiction. Longstreet said that his purpose was "to supply a chasm in history which has always been overlooked - the manners, customs, amusements, wit, dialect, as they appear in all grades of society to an ear and eye witness of them.there is scarcely one word from the beginning to the end of the book that is not strictly GEORGIAN." The book stands at the beginning of a long line of southern humor. Goodspeed's bought the Streeter copy for $375 in 1967. HOWES L448, "b." STREETER SALE 1168. DE RENNE I, p.445. GEORGIANA 28. SABIN 41936. WRIGHT I:1721. BAL 12946.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
 18.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         THE WORKS OF JOHN HUNTER, F.R.S. with Notes. Edited by James F. Palmer.

      Longman, Rees, Orme,, London 1835 - In five volumes, illustrated by a volume of Plates Including the life of John Hunter by Drewry Ottley; a Treatise on Venereal Disease with Notes by George Babington; Treatise on the Natural History and Diseases of the Human Teeth with Notes by Thomas Bell; Lecture on the Principles of Surgery; Observations on Certain Parts of the Animal Oeconomy with Notes by Richard Owen; and a Treatise on the Blood, Inflammation, and Gunshot Wounds. 5 Volumes. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Longman, 1835-37. 4 volumes of text (octavo); 1 volume of plates (large quarto, 53 engraved plates). Green buckram with paper title labels on spine. I. xxiv + 643pp. Life of John Hunter, by D. Ottley. Appendix. Surgical lectures. II. xvi + 498pp, with 15 folding plates. Treatise on the natural history and diseases of the human teeth with notes by T. Bell. A treatise on the venereal disease, with notes by G.G. Babington. III. xx + 685pp. Treatise on the blood, inflammation, and gun-shot wounds. Observations on the inflammation of the internal coats of veins. On introsusception. An account of Mr. Hunter's method of performing the operation for the cure of popliteal aneurism, by Sir E. Home. Additional cases to illustrate Mr. Hunter's method. A case of paralysis of the muscles of deglutition cured by an artificial mode of conveying food and medicines into the stomach. Some observations on the loose cartilages found in joints, by Sir E. Home. Observations on certain horny excrecences of the human body, by Sir E. Home. IV. xl + 506pp. Observations on certain parts of the animal economy, inclusive of several papers from the Philosophical transactions, etc., with notes by R. Owen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bjarne Tokerud Bookseller ABAC & PBFA]
 19.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Schloß Wildenstein von der Doanu aus gesehen ('Ansicht des Schlosses Wildenstein. Vue Du Chateau De Wildenstein.- N°. 4.').

      - altgouachierte u. eiweißgehöhte Aquatinta v. J. Sperli n. H. Neukom b. Henry Lochner in Zürich, 1835, 18,5 x 24,5

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
 20.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  


         Erinnerungen an Carlsruhe. (Deckeltitel: XXXII Ansichten mit dem Panorama und dem Plan von Carlsruhe nebst einem erklaerenden Texte, zweisprachig dt.-franz.)

      Karlsruhe, Wagner (1835). - Mit lithograph. Titel, 32 lithograph. Ansichten, 2 lithograph. Plänen und 2 mehrfach gefalt. lithograph. Panoramen. 34 S. Lwd. um 1900, Decken bezogen mit der illustr. Orig.-Broschur. 20 x 16,5 cm. Engelmann 384; Schefold S. 374. - Mit den hübschen Ansichten vom Schloss, Rathaus, Ettlinger Tor, Gotischer Turm, Marktplatz, Großherzoglicher Münze, Infanterie Kaserne, Großherzogliches Landesarchiv, Friedhof, Schloss Gottesaue, Stephanienbad, Synagoge u. a., sowie zwei Plänen bzw. Karten. Das erste lithographierte Panorama (ca. 15 x 74 cm) zeigt eine Gesamtansicht von Karlsruhe mit Blick vom Schlossturm aus. Das zweite lithographierte Panorama (ca. 16 x 74 cm) ist die entsprechende Erklärung zum ersten Panorama. - Der hintere Orig.-Umschlag mit einem Blick in die Lithographenanstalt P. Wagner - Mit Exlibris Franz und Emilie Beil und handschriftl Besitzeintrag. Franz Beil war kurz nach 1900 Geschäftsführer der Karlsruher Fotohandlung Albert Glock & Cie und hielt öffentliche Vorträge zur Stadtgeschichte und Stadtentwicklung. - Rückenenden etwas bestoßen, vorderes Gelenk ca. 7 cm angerissen. Die ersten beiden Tafeln amateurhaft ankoloriert. Das erste Panorama mit kurzer Hinterlegung im oberen weißen Rand. Etwas stockfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
 21.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  


         Opere [.] Ordinate ed illustrate coll'analisi storica della mente di Vico in relazione alla scienza della civiltà da Giuseppe Ferrari.

      - Milano, dalla Società Tipog. de' Classici Italiani, 1835-36, voll. 6, in-8, legatura coeva in pieno vitello "tree-calf", titolo in oro su doppi tasselli ai dorsi, fascette a greca e fitomorfe, sempre in oro, piatti in carta imitante i dorsi, tagli spruzzati, pp. XV, 412, [2] - XXIV, 354, [2] - XXVII, 415, [3] - XX, 488 - XLV, [3], 630, [2] - XVI, 480, [4]. Con tre tavole in rame (ritratto, un'antiporta, una tavola in fine al VI° volume) e una tavola cronologica più volte ripiegata. Frattura lungo gli angoli bassi esterni dei piatti del IV° volume per un colpo ricevuto (senza mancanze), leggeri fori di tarlo marginali, per il resto bell'esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc]
 22.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         New York Mirror

      , 1835 - 1836. 1835 - 1836. Collection of 52 issues of “New-York Mirror,/A Weekly Journal, Devoted to Literature and the Fine Arts./Embellished with Fine Engravings, and Musick [sic] arranged with accompaniments for the Pianoforte,” eight pages each, published in New York City every Saturday by Scott & Co. Printers, 33 Ann-street, 416 pages, 10.75” x 14”, front and verso. Edited by George P. Morris, Theodore S. Fay, and Nathaniel P. Willis, with editorials in each issue. Three columns per page. The complete Volume XIII, numbers 1 to 52, dated July 4, 1835 to June 25, 1836. Light foxing. Small portion of a column on pages 115-116 and one on pages 371-372 cut out. The newspapers were published on paper made using cotton rag fiber and are in fine condition. Included is a two page index of the poetry (by first line), prose, engravings, and music selections. Bound together with a title page for “Volume XIII./New York: 1835.” The newspapers themselves remain bound together with the index and back cover; the front cover, spine, blank front flyleaves, and a frontispiece are loose. Heavily worn spine in five compartments with four raised ornate bands, lettered in gilt “New-York/Mirror” and “1835-6.” At the end of the publication year, subscribers could have their 52 issues bound at the offices of the “Mirror.” Included are original poems by William Cullen Bryant, George P. Morris, T.S. Fay, Fitz-Greene Halleck, Nathaniel P. Willis, and other American and British poets, poems by Lord Byron, Coleridge, Thomas Moore, Joseph Rodman Drake (“Bronx”), Wordsworth, Charles Lamb, and others, works including prose by Washington Irving, Robert Southey, J.K. Paulding, Alexandre Dumas (translated), and Tyrone Power (great grandfather of the Hollywood star â€

      [Bookseller: University Archives ]
 23.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


         Vue de Fribourg du coté du Midi.

      (Neuchâtel, Baumann), s.d., vers 1835, - 29x41 cm, (Image), Aquatinte en sépia / Aquatinta Radierung, Passepartout, alter Goldrahmen. (58x 71 cm). Magnifique vue générale de Fribourg. Rare. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
 24.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Panorama von Elberfeld'.

      - gouachierte u. eiweißgehöhte Aquatinta v. Ruf(f) n. Anton Ditzler b. F.C. Eisen in Köln, um 1835, 8,5 x 53,5 Schmitt, Die illustrierten Rhein-Beschreibungen, 59, 7.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
 25.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Travels in Northern Greece.

      J.Rodwell, London 1835 - First edition of Leakes work on Northern Greece. Octavo, 4 volumes, original cloth, 10 engraved maps and plans, some folding, and 44 plates, wood-engraved illustrations in text. In near fine condition with some toning and light wear to the extremities. Armorial bookplates to each volume. First editions in the original cloth are rare. William Martin Leake was a British military officer and classical scholar specializing in reconstructing the topography of ancient cities. He was a founding member of the Royal Geographical Society and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1815. After his retirement in 1815, he devoted the rest of his life to topographical and classical studies. These volumes, first published in 1835, contain Leake's account of his four extensive journeys across northern Greece between 1804 and 1810. Using the form of a travelogue, Leake discusses contemporary Greek and Turkish culture and provides detailed descriptions of ancient archaeological sites and geography. Leake's precise observations and detailed descriptions were influential in shaping the study of classical topography, with these volumes providing valuable information for the ancient sites and contemporary culture of the region. Volume 1 contains two journeys undertaken in Macedonia, Illyria and Thessaly in 1804 and 1805. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
 26.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         The Elements of Moral Science

      New York: Cooke and Co., 1835 First edition, first printing, presentation copy from the author to "Mrs. Arnold", that is, Frances Arnold, mother of historian Samuel Greene Arnold. Economist and educator Francis Wayland (17961865) was president of Brown University for 28 years and a highly regarded author on moral philosophy. Samuel Greene Arnold was a trustee of Brown University during Wayland's presidency, and both had strong work and familial ties to Rhode Island.Octavo. Original marbled purple cloth, spine lettered in gilt, boards with quadruple rule frame in blind, edges uncut.

      [Bookseller: Bell's Books]
 27.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


         Vesuve. Croquis mis en couleurs.

      s.d. vers 1835) - 20.3x30 cm, filigrane du papier: ?LA BRIGLIA? & ?D. LORENZO?, 1 feuille. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
 28.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Heinrich Maximilian IMHOF (1795/98-1869). Dessin original au crayon. - Vierge à l?enfant. D?après Raphaël ?La Vierge au poisson? (au Prado).

      S.d., vers 1835, - 59 x 44 cm, dessin au crayon, signé en bas a gauche ?M. IM-HOF? 1 feuille / encadrée. Neben einer Reihe von starken Frauenpersönlichkeiten des Alten Testaments, die Imhof bis zu seinem Lebensende erforgreich weiterführen wird, entstehen auch Gruppen mit neutestamentarischer Thematik, wie die Madonna mit Jesuskind in zwei Versionen (1837 und nach 1850) Gipsabzug im hist. Museum Uri, Altdorf. (SIKART). Berühmter schweizer Bildhauer, Schüler von H. Dannecker und B. Thorvaldssen, selber Lehrer von Adèle d?Affry (Marcello) und Ferdinand Schlöth. Tätigkeitsbereich Skulptur, Plastik. (Zeichnungen von ihm sind selten und überhaupt wenig bekannt).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
 29.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Sposob uviersit'sia v izchezanii bezkonechnykh strok i priblizhat'sia k znacheniiu funktsii ot ves'ma bol'shikh chisel [Cyrillic] [A method for ascertaining the convergence of infinite series and for obtaining approximate values of functions of a large number of variables].

      Universitetskai a tip., Kazan 1835 - First edition, incredibly rare offprint, of this important book-length memoir on the foundations of calculus and real analysis by the first inventor of non-euclidean geometry. "As early as 1835, Lobachevsky showed in a memoir [the offered work] the necessity of distinguishing between continuity and differentiability" (Cajori, History of Mathematics, p. 421). This paper was published in the Scientific Memoirs of Kazan University, 1835, No. 2, pp. 211-342. The Kazan publications of Lobachevsky are exceptionally rare, even in Russian collections. OCLC lists the Harvard copy only; we are not aware of any other copy having appeared in commerce. "It may be observed that Lobachevsky’s works in other areas of mathematics were either directly relevant to his geometry (as his calculations on definite integrals and probable errors of observation) or results of his studies of foundations of mathematics (as his works on the theory of finites and the theory of trigonometric series). His work on these problems again for the most part paralleled that of other European mathematicians. It is, for example, worth noting that in his algebra Lobachevsky suggested a method of separating roots of equations by their repeated squaring, a method coincident with that suggested by Dandelin in 1826 and by Gräffe in 1837. His paper on the convergence of trigonometric series, too, suggested a general definition of function like that proposed by Dirichlet in 1837. (Lobachevsky also gave [in the offered paper] a rigorous definition of continuity and differentiability, and pointed out the difference between these notions)" (DSB). "The mathematicians of the eighteenth century did not touch the question of the relation between continuity and differentiability, presuming silently that every continuous function is eo ipso a function having a derivative. Ampère tried to prove this position, but his proof lacked cogency. The question about the relation between continuity and differentiability awoke general attention between 1870 and 1880, when Weierstrass gave an example of a function continuous within a certain interval and at the same time having no definite derivative within this interval (non-differentiable). Meanwhile, Lobachevski already in the thirties showed the necessity of distinguishing the ‘changing gradually’ (in our terminology: continuity) of a function and its ‘unbrokeness’ (now: differentiability). With especial precision did he formulate this difference in his Russian Memoir of 1835: ‘A method for ascertaining the convergence, etc.’ [the offered paper]. A function changes gradually when its increment diminishes to zero together with the increment of the independent variable. A function is unbroken if the ratio of these two increments, as they diminish, goes over insensibly into a new function, which consequently will be a differential-coefficient. Integrals must always be so divided into intervals that the elements under each integral sign always change gradually and remain unbroken" (Halsted, p. 242). Lobachevsky’s interest in the foundations of calculus seems to have been awakened when he read Bernard Bolzano’s important 1817 work Rein analytischer Beweis des Lehrsatzes, dass zwischen je zwei Werten, die ein entgegengesetztes Resultat gewähren, wenigstens eine reelle Wurzel der Gleichung liege, in which he gave the first rigorous proof of the intermediate-value theorem (see Grattan-Guinness, p. 52, note). This work includes an extensive discussion of infinite series. Much of this parallels the contributions of western European mathematicians, but it includes a new convergence criterion, now known as ‘Lobachevsky’s test’ Lobachevsky also treats the problem of expressing functions by infinite products Much space is also devoted in this memoir to definite integrals, motivated by the computation of areas and volumes in Lobachevskian geometry. One year later, Lobachevsky devoted a whole memoir to this subject, ‘Primenenie voobrazhaemoi geometrii k ne

      [Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS]
 30.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         The landscape gardener; comprising the history and principles of tasteful horticulture.

      London: James Ridgway and Sons 1835 - 8vo., 5 coloured plates* (of which two are double-page), viii + 106pp., original green cloth with printed paper spine label (label worn and chipped), the covers lightly marked. A very good copy with no marks of previous ownership. Only edition. Dedicated by the author to Sir Richard Colt Hoare of Stourhead, the plates illustrate the gardens at Buckingham Palace and St. James's Park, while the text discusses the landscape developments at Blenheim Palace, Powderham Castle and various largely West Country gardens. The author, a Devonshire cleric living near Exeter, was clearly carried away by unbounded enthusiasm for his subject. 'To an individual privileged with leisure, exempt from anxiety, and not absorbed in the incessant pursuit of ambition, avarice, or pleasure', he writes, 'few objects appear more adapted to excitement of interest, than observation of the diversified productions of vegetative creation. Their leading feature, progressive expansion rarely intermitted; their infinitely varied and elegant form of outline; their multifarious and fluctuating shades of tint; their alternate acquisition and privation of decorative mantling; their annual florification and subsequent fructification; their relief to numerous wants of the human race, by supplying protection, nutrition, medicine, habitation, with various means of convenience, comfort, and gratification, constitute inherent properties, combining to render horticulture a study of equal importance and amusement'. * Three of the plates are lithographed and signed: On stone by R. Hamerton. A. Ducôté Litho 70 St. Martin's Lane.> [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books ABA ILAB]
 31.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         De la Democratie en Amerique

      Paris: Gosselin, 1835, 1840 - Four volumes. Near contemporary quarter blue morocco. Folding map after Tocqueville by Bernard. Some browning and foxing. An excellent set. FIRST EDITIONS. Famed Harvard constitutional scholar Harvey Mansfield called Democracy in America “at once the best book ever written on democracy and the best book ever written on America.” The most influential commentary on America in the nineteenth century, Democracy in America was based on Tocqueville’s travels in the United States in 1831 and 1832. Tocqueville came to America to study the American prison system on behalf of the French government. After completing his official duties in the east, he toured the West and the South, visiting Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Alabama, the Carolinas, Virginia, and Washington, D. C. The book resulting from these investigations is generally considered the 19th century’s most insightful commentary on the development of our unique American culture and political system. Tocqueville declared, “Democratic nations care but little for what has been, but they are haunted by visions of what will be; in this direction their unbounded imagination grows and dilates beyond all measure Democracy, which shuts the past against the poet, opens the future before him.” Fewer than 500 copies of the first part were published. The second part (1840) was issued concurrently with the eighth edition of the first part, helping to explain why quality matched sets are so difficult to obtain today. The book was an immediate success, and more than fifty editions were published in French and English in the nineteenth century. For nearly two centuries it has provoked endless discussion and been an inspiration for countless commentaries on American democracy. Finely bound matched sets of the first edition are difficult to locate. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: 19th Century Rare Book & Photograph Shop]
 32.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Medicinal, Edible & Toxic Fungi

      Switzerland, Germany, circa 1835. Manuscript mycology field notes in the form of pencil drawings with scientific annotations, classification references, and occasionally with the month in which a living specimen was either collected or observed in its habitat, made by an unidentified mycologist / botanist, and illustrating various species of fungi - edible, medicinal, and toxic. Comprising some 240 drawings on individual trimmed leafs, each mounted thematically with others of its type, with brass pins to the inside of folio double leafs. Text is in German, with some plant names also in Latin. The lot housed in the author's original string-tied portfolio boards, heavy green cardstock with manuscript inscription to front. This is a most uncommon manuscript work, profusely illustrated with pencil drawings, encyclopaedic in its scope, devoted strictly to the study and classification of mushrooms, and dating to formative era medicinal mycology. Numerous specimens shown were, and still are, popular and beneficial in homeopathic treatments. The present work is contemporary to notable pioneer mycologists such as Elias Magnus Fries, Christian Hendrik Persoon, Anton de Bary, and Lewis David von Schweinitz, though its author is unknown. The notes suggest that the writer observed living fungi specimens, between the months of May and October 1830, in Switzerland, Germany, and possibly London, drawing them on the spot, and subsequently identifying and classifying them according to the works of eighteenth century botanists. Specific regions identified include Münsterlingen and Scherzingen in Switzerland, as well as St. Katharine, which may be the ancient "Royal Peculiar" jurisdiction by the Tower of London which became a civil parish until 1895. In the nineteenth century, St. Katharine's by the Tower grew to be a village, flanking the banks of the River Thames. Aiding to date the work, one of the drawings is dated 2 June 1835. The drawing of honey fungus is annotated "Agaricus melleus" as it was then classified in the Agaricus genus, and later changed to the Armillaria genus in 1871. In addition, a single leaf found at the front of the volume is watermarked with a cameo and the name of Leopold Grosherzog von Baden, who in 1830 became the Grand Duke of Baden, the papermaker's name partially seen, André B.C. von Ac... Finally, the large folded leafs to which the drawings are mounted, are forged Whatman paper, watermarked "J.B. Whatman" with the crossed mid-section to the 'W' and the letter 'B' being clear revelations of forgery. [In the early nineteenth century, Whatman watermarks were commonly forged in France, Germany and Austria, as unscrupulous papermakers sought to gain from the name and reputation of Whatman.] The manuscript notes make frequent reference to "Schaeff." referring to Jacob Christian Schaeffer (1718-1790) who was an authoritative eighteenth century mycologist in Germany. [Jacob Christian Schaeffer was a German botanist, mycologist, zoologist, theologist, and clergyman, born in Saxony, residing at Regensberg for several years, and who wrote several botanical works between 1758 and 1767. From 1762 to 1764, he wrote four richly illustrated volumes on mycology, "Natürlich ausgemahlten Abbildungen baierischer und pfälzischer Schwämme, welche um Regensburg wachsen". In botany, "Schaeff." refers to Jacob Christian Schaeffer (1718-1790) whereas "Herr.-Schaeff." refers to Dr Gottlieb August Wilhelm Herrich-Schäffer (1799-1874).] Some examples found in the present lot of manuscript drawings and field notes: Agaricus violaceus. Schaeff. [Cortinarius violaceus] commonly known as the violet webcap or violet cort, a fungus in the webcap genus Cortinarius native across the Northern Hemisphere. The fruit bodies are dark purple mushrooms. Though they are edible, the appearance of these mushrooms is more distinctive than their taste. The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753, and has undergone several name changes. Christiaan Hendrik Persoon placed it in the Section Cortinaria of Agaricus in his 1801 work "Synopsis Methodica Fungorum". Cortinarius was established as a 'genus' by English botanist Samuel Frederick Gray in the first volume of his 1821 work "A Natural Arrangement of British Plants", where the species was recorded as Cortinaria violacea, 'the violet curtain-stool.' Agaricus melleus. Schaeff. [Armillaria mellea] commonly known as honey fungus, which causes Armillaria root rot in many plant species and produces mushrooms around the base of trees it has infected. They are edible but some people may be intolerant to them. The species was originally named Agaricus melleus by Danish-Norwegian botanist Martin Vahl in 1790; it was transferred to the genus Armillaria in 1871 by Paul Kummer. Agaricus galerituculatus. Schaeff. [Mycena galericulata ] a mushroom species known as the common bonnet, the toque mycena, or the rosy-gill fairy helmet. It is quite variable in color, size, and shape, which makes it somewhat difficult to reliably identify in the field. The mushrooms have caps with distinct radial grooves, particularly at the margin. Mycena galericulata is saprobic, and grows on decaying hardwood and softwood sticks, chips, logs, and stumps. It can also grow from submerged wood, which may give it a terrestrial appearance. The type species of the genus Mycena was first described scientifically as Agaricus galericulatus by Italian mycologist Giovanni Antonio Scopoli in 1772. It was sanctioned under this name by Elias Magnus Fries in his 1821 Systema Mycologicum, however, that same year, Samuel Frederick Gray transferred the species to the genus Mycena. Agarica maculatus. Schaeff. also known as the spotted agaricus, and at the time of this work, considered to be rare according to Mrs. Hussey. A leading mycologist of her day, Mrs. Anna Maria Hussey (1805-1853), wife of scientist and rector Thomas John Hussey described it as having only two types. Her collections eventually led to the publication of her two-volume work published between 1847 and 1855 and titled, "Illustrations of British mycology: Containing figures and descriptions of the funguses of interest and novelty indigenous to Britain." Edward Hamilton's 1852 title "The Flora Homeopathica... Medicinal Plants..." lists it for natural remedies. The 1884 issue of American Homeopathic Dispensatory also lists it as a medicinal plant. Agaricus is primarily a remedy for use by medical homeopaths because of its sphere of influence on the nervous system. Throughout the volume we also find references to "Bull." - the botanical abbreviation for Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) a French physician and botanist. Bulliard's Dictionnaire Elémentaire de Botanique (1783) contributed to the expansion and consolidation of botanical terminology and the Linné system. It was especially important in the area of the mycology, containing descriptions of 393 out of 602 table mushrooms. Significant species described by Bulliard include the cep (Boletus edulis), the common inkcap (Coprinopsis atramentaria) and the poisonous livid pinkgill (Entoloma sinuatum). Two sections of the present work are devoted to the genus Boletus and together include thirty-four (34) diagrams with descriptions. Some of these were observed at Münsterlingen in the canton of Thurgau, Switzerland. At least one was observed nearby at Scherzingen. The writer also notes Bulliard in relation to his drawing of an Agaricus pseudoaurantiacus, a wild and edible mushroom first mentioned by Bulliard in his "Herbier de la France" published in 1783. At least one reference is made to Röhl., being the citation for a botanical name associated with Johann Christoph Röhling (1757-1813), a German botanist and clergyman of Gundernhausen, near Darmstadt, and the author of an important treatise on German flora titled "Deutschlands Flora" first published in 1796. He also published a work on mosses of Germany titled "Deutschlands Moose" (1800). He was the taxonomic authority of the plant genus Melandrium (family Caryophyllaceae). The plant genus Roehlingia (family Dilleniaceae) was named after him by August Wilhelm Dennstedt. Historically, mycology was a branch of botany, because, although fungi are evolutionarily more closely related to animals than to plants, this was not recognized until a few decades ago. Mushrooms have been widely used in homeopathic remedies for centuries, especially in traditional Chinese medicine. Although medical mycology is a fairly recent sub-discipline of medicine, having gained ground since the Second World War, medico-mycological investigations began as early as 1842, at Greifswald in Germany, when Wilhelm Baum (1799-1883) was appointed to the chair of surgery of the university. In 1846, Carl Ferdinand Eichstedt (1816-1892) discovered a fungus to be the cause of the contagious nature of the skin condition pityriasis versicolor. Before all of this, German physician Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), created the system of alternative medicine called homeopathy, publishing his scientific approach in a medical journal in 1796

      [Bookseller: Voyager Press Rare Books & Manuscripts]
 33.   Check availability:     PBFA     Link/Print  


         Oeuvres de Walter Scott

      PARIGI: Furne, Charles Gosselin, Perrotin, 1835. Rilegato. BUONO. 13 22. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
 34.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


         Odes et prière hébraïques, traduites en français en l'honneur de S.M. Louis-Philippe, Roi des Français, ainsi que de toute sa famille, par son serviteur Abraham Belais, ex-trésorier du Bey de Tunis, grand-rabbin de Nice et d'Alger, traduit en français par Lazare Wogue. [Odes and prayers. in honour of S. M. Louis-Philippe.]

      J. Smith Paris 1835 - 8vo. ff. [1 blank], pp. [3], [6], [2], [4], [1], [1 blank], [4], [4], [1 blank], with manuscript text next to the printed pages. Original gilt tooled full red morocco, upper board with Dédié a Sa Majesté L.P. Roi des Français surmounted by the royal crest in gilt, lower board with embossed floral device, original marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Magnificent example of this great rarity - a presentation copy for the dedicatee, Louis-Philippe (1773 – 1850), the last King of France (ruled 1830 – 848). One of only three known copies. The identically bound companion to the present copy, a presentation copy for the Queen of France, Louis-Philippe's wife Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily (1782-1866), was sold at auction in 2003; another copy - the only other we could locate - is held in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. With the original Hebrew text handwritten next to the printed text. The printed dedication to Louis-Philippe is followed by six compositions by Belais. Each of them includes the original Hebrew text in manuscript in ink (presumably in Belais' own hand, or in the hand of Elazar Wahague, the author of the introductory praise poem, printed in Hebrew on the back of the title page). The Hebrew handwritten text appears either on the right hand page or in the right hand column, with the parallel French translation by Lazare Wogue (scholar of the Beth Midrash Hagadol in Metz) printed in letterpress either on the left hand page or in the left hand column. Each composition has a separate title in bold: [1] Ode orientale d'Abraham Belaïs, tunisien, en l'honneur du Roi des Français, de la Reine son épouse, des Princes leurs enfans et du peule [sic] français; [2] Hymne acrostiche a la gloire de notre seigneur le Roi des Français; [3] Au Roi. Cantique (with engraved tail-piece of a cornucopia); [4] Acrostiche; [5] Au Roi des Français, à la Reine et à leur Auguste Famille. Acrostiche; [6] Prière; two of the three acrostics spell the name ABRAHAM and the other BALAIS (not Belais). 'Abraham Belais (Belaish; 1773 – 1853) was treasurer to the bey of Tunis when he had to leave the country following business reverses and settled in Jerusalem. For a time he was rabbi in Algiers, then, moving to Europe, he managed to secure the patronage of persons high in public life. He was appointed by the king of Sardinia rabbi of Nice, against the wishes of the community [ ] In 1840, he went to London where [ ] he was ultimately given a minor communal office and sat occasionally on the bet din. He published a large number of books, apart from his sycophantic odes in honor of European crowned heads and other influential persons.' (Encyclopaedia Judaica. Detroit, 2007. vol. 3, p.277). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
 35.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Départ du Suisse pour le service de France / Retour du Suisse dans sa famille. 2 feuilles ens.

      à Paris chez Ch. Bance rue Portefoin N°15 et rue J.J. Rousseau N° 10, s.d. vers 1835, - 18.8x28.5 cm, gravure sur cuivre tirée en couleurs (mezzotinte), planche ?Départ? tache d?eau en bas à gauche (coin touché). En bas à droite sous l?image ?déposé à la Direction?, 2 feuilles (la feuille: 26.6x36.5 cm) ensemble. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Benezit: vol. 9 p. 1274.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
 36.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Journal of a Cruize in the U.S. Ship Delaware 74, in the Mediterranean, in the Years 1833 & 34, together with a sketch of a journey to Jerusalem

      1835 - First edition. 12mo. Contemporary quarter calf over marbled boards, spine stamped in gilt, housed in a drop-down buckram cloth box; boards rubbed, some loss to head of spine. [4], 106 (mis-paginated, really 107), [1]blank pp. [Port] Mahon [Minorca], The Widow Serra and Son, The Delaware was the first American naval ship to visit Beirut, and the tour did much to establish American prestige in Egypt and the Levant. The Commodore, Daniel T. Patterson, told the American Missionaries that he had come, in no small part, as a demonstration of their government's support for them. The ship had a crew of some 876 (incl. Patterson's wife and three daughters) and during its ?stay in Beirut . it was estimated that 40,000 persons visited her? (p.200, Finnie, Pioneers East, 1967). David H. Finnie notes that ?Service in the Mediterranean was much sought after by young officers with a flair for the exotic and antique? (ibid. p.262) and his point is much evidenced in the palpable excitement of this journal. Written in rather colloquial prose by two crew-members, it contains a breezy, energetic account of the voyage to Beirut, followed by a more detailed account of the overland journey from Jaffa to Jerusalem. They devote a number of pages to describing Alexandria and Jerusalem; comparing book-learnt visions with the reality of the cities as they were in 1834. Rare. We find copies only at the BL, the Biblioteca Nacional de Espana, and seven copies in North America. A Spanish language edition of the same year and publisher is even more scarce, with OCLC finding only three holdings. Palau, 122048; Rosenbach, no. 390; cf Sabin 35267. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
 37.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Gedächtnis Beitrag über die k. freye Bergstatt Joachimsthal vom Ursprunge 1515 an bis 1835.

      ca. 700 S. Hardcover Sehr seltene, in ca. 5 Exemplaren vervielfältigte Abschrift einer alten St. Joachimsthaler Chronik. Ehem. Archivex. mit Stempel innen. Buch mit nur minimalen Lagerspuren, sehr guter Zustand.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bookfarm]
 38.   Check availability:     booklooker.de     Link/Print  


         古今沿革地圖. [Kokon enkaku chizu]. [Japanese Colour Woodblock Historical Atlas of China].

      大阪. 京屋淺二郎. 1835. Thirteen colour double page woodblock maps, 35 x 20cm, map sheet size 35 x 40cm. Later plain brown paper covered card covers, some worming though the damage is not significant, small area of East Asian regional map browned, occasional light soiling or marking. Apparently the third edition of this influential Japanese historical atlas of China traces Chinese history from early times through to the Qing Dynasty. This is one of two 1835 editions published; this particular one is unique because the introduction is a dedication to the author by one of his students. It also is dated 1789 twice in reference to the original first edition.The 13 maps which comprise this atlas are:1. 大清國道程圖 [Dai Shinkoku dōteizu] [Map of The Broad World of Great Qing] 2. 禹貢九州圖 [Ukō kyūshūzu] [Yugong Map of the Nine Provinces] 3. 周職方氏圖 [Shū Shokuhō-shi zu] [Map of the Nine Provinces of Zhou Dynasty] 4. 春秋列國圖 [Shunjū rekkokuzu] [Map of Five Nations of Chunqiu Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 5. 戰國七雄圖 [Sengoku shichiyūzu] [Map of Seven States of Zhanguo Period (Eastern Zhou Dynasty)] 6. 秦三十六郡并越四郡 [Shin sanjūrokugun narabi ni Etsu shigun] [Map of Thirty-six Administrative Regions of Qin Dynasty] 7. 西漢州郡圖 [Seikan shūgunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and subdivisions of Western Han Dynasty] 8. 東漢郡國圖 [Tōkan shūgunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions of Eastern Han Dynasty] 9. 三國鼎峙圖 [Sangoku teijizu] [Map of Tripartite Confrontation of the Three Kingdoms] 10. 兩晋南北朝州郡圖 [Ryō Shin Nanbokuchō shūgunzu] [Map of Administrative Divisions and Subdivisions of Two Jin Dynasties, Southern and Northern Dynasties (A.D.265-5890] 11. 唐十道圖 [Tō jūdōzu] [Map of Ten Prefectures of Tang Dynasties] 12. 大明一統二亰十三省圖 [Dai Min itto nikei jūsanshōzu] [Map of Thirteen Provinces of Great Ming] 13. 亞細亞小東洋圖 [Ajia sho ̄Tōyōzu] [Map of Asia and Little Eastern Ocean]Influential and popular this handsome atlas ran to at least seven editions the last apparently published in 1857. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 156679).

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom]
 39.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  


         Standing Orders for the Seventy-Ninth Highlanders

      Printed by Thos. Carey & Co, Quebec 1835 - xxviii, [2], [2], 192, 30pp. Contemporary cloth, paper label on spine, soiled and worn Regulations regarding the British regiment stationed in Canada. The introductory leaf is signed in print by Duncan McDougall, the Lt. Col. commanding the regiment. TPL 1888. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
 40.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Dissertation étymologique, historique et critique sur les diverses origines du mot Cocu, avec des notes et pièces justificatives par un membre de l?Académie de Blois.

      Blois, 1835 - Demi-maroquin citron à coins, filet doré sur les plats, dos à nerfs orné de triples filets dorés dans les caissons, pièce de titre, lieu et date dorés, tête dorée. [PAGNANT]. 72pp. Augmentée de l?origine du cocuage. Ouvrage orné d?un frontispice ainsi que d?une vignette de titre.Exemplaire imprimé sur papier jonquille.Membre de l?Académie de Blois est le pseudonyme de Jules de Pétigny. «Facétie spirituelle d?un homme fort érudit».Gay fait mention de deux éditions : l?une de 1835, in-16 comprenant 52 pages et tirée à 71 exemplaires dont 21 sur papier jaune, une réimpression de 1866, petit in-12, de 40 pages tirée à 108 exemplaires dont 25 sur papier jonquille. Gay précise que ce tirage était «un nombre très faible pour son mérite, car elle est aujourd?hui aussi rare que l?édition originale». Aucune des deux collations ne correspond à notre exemplaire. Gay donne également pour l?amusement de ses lecteurs, un passage de cette plaquette.Ouvrage condamné à la destruction par jugement du Tribunal correctionnel de la Seine, en date du 25 juin 1869.Exemplaire en bel état. Gay, II, 10.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Gaëlle Cambon]
 41.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Poezye Lorda Byrona tlumaczone Giaur prez Adama Mickiewicza, Korsarz prez Edwarda Odynca, Wydanie Alexandra Jelowickiego

      w Drukarmi Gisserni H. Pinard, Alexander Jelowicki. In 8° (15,1

      [Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Zanfrognini Antonio]
 42.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


        Cologne.

      - Lithographie v. Jean Jacottet n. Nicolas Chapuy aus Les Bords du Rhin b. Victor Delarue, Paris, um 1835, 17,5 x 24 cm Letztes von insgesamt sechzig Blättern des oben genannten Werkes; seltene Ansicht von Norden mit St. Kunibert rechts im Vordergrund; reiche Personenstaffage. Schmitt, Rheinbeschreibungen 36 ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Goyert]
 43.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

______________________________________________________________________________
More rare books found from 1835


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     561 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service     


Copyright © 2017 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.