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        The Italian Novelists; Selected From The Most Approved Authors In That Language; From The Earliest Days Down To The Close Of The Eighteenth Century: Arranged In An Historical And Chronological Series. Translated From The Original Italian. Accompanied With Notes, Critical And Biographical

      London: W. Simpkin And R. Marshall, 1836. 2nd Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. Complete In Four Volumes. Ornate Vellum Gilt Bindings, Spines With Black Morocco Labels And Entirely Tooled, Volume Number On Morocco Label At Bottom With"Lond. 1836" On Another Brown Morocco Label, Gilt Floral Border On All Covers. Matching Marbled Endpapers And Marbled Ends Of Page Blocks. Armorial Bookplate Of Robert Washington Oates, No Other Names Or Marks Or Damage.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        Collezione Biografica e Litografica de' più illustri uomini d'ogni età e d'ogni Nazione pubblicata da Antonio Zezon e dedicato a S. A. R. il Principe di Salerno

      Antonio Zezon Editore - Napoli, 1836. ITALIANO 2,18 Volume della prima metà del XIX secolo in buono stato, coperta in mezzatela con angoli in pelle, piatti in cartone goffrato, dorso in tessuto con due targhette e caratteri dorati in bassorilievo, minimi segni d'usura, tracce di fioritura sparsa, tagli lievemente bruniti, pagine ben conservate. Su frontespizio marca tipografica in nero. 96 tavole con magnifiche litografie, di Zezon, dei ritratti dei personaggi oggetto delle biografie, disegni di autori diversi. Su ogni tavola timbro a secco dell'Editore. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Kopfstudie einer alten Frau nach links (Anna Klimt 1915?). Bleistiftzeichnung auf Papier, 55 x 35,5 cm (Passepartoutausschnitt), gerahmt (83 x 63 cm, Art & Frame).

      Wohl in der Wohnung Wien 7., Westbahnstraße 36/III entstanden, in der Klimt mit seinen Schwestern und der Mutter Anna (1836-1915) zusammenlebte. Rechts unten mit brauner Tusche: "Nachlass meines Bruders Gustav Hermine Klimt" [1865-1938]. - Vgl. Strobl II, 2641-2643, vermutet Studienblatt für 'Tod und Leben' 2. Zustand. Leopold Liegler zeigt in seinem Aufsatz über Egon Schiele in den Graphischen Künsten von 1916 eine 'Männliche Figur' (1914), deren Kopf eine Verwandtschaft mit dieser Zeichnung zeigt.

      [Bookseller: Georg Fritsch Antiquariat]
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        Oeuvres

      Paulin 1836 - - Paulin, Paris 1836, Grd. in 8 (17,5x26,5cm), 768pp. et 895pp., 2 volumes reliés. - Edition illustrée par Tony Johanot, d'un frontispice, un titre gravé et de 800 vignettes gravées sur bois (en-tête, bandeaux, cul-de-lampe). Notice par Sainte Beuve. Premier tirage. Reliure en plein veau glacé noisette d'époque. Dos lisses richement ornés de fers rocailles en miroir. Titres et tomaisons dorés. Plats frappés à froid d'un losange central avec diverses textures, d'un rectangle central avec fleurons dans les écoinçons, et d'une large frise d'encadrement, ainsi que d'un filet doré. Tranches marbrées. Reliure de maître non signée. Les plats sont affectés d'une trace de mouillure, le cuir étant désormais plus foncé à cet endroit. Frottement divers. Petites rousseurs éparses, principalement en marges. Une très étroite fente en tête du mors inférieur du tome 1, peu visible, elle s'étend sur un tiers du mors. Une petite trace de pâle mouillure de 0,5 à 1 cm le long de la marge extérieure, sans gravité aucune. Le papier est blanc hormis quelques cahiers plus jaunes en fin du tome 2. Malgré quelques défauts, bel exemplaire dans une rare reliure. Ce livre est particulièrement rare en pleine reliure romantique, le veau glacé étant le cuir de prédilection des reliures de cette époque. Un des plus beaux livres illustré par Johannot, avec le Don Quichotte et un des fleurons de l'illustration romantique. "Très beau livre, rare en belle condition et fort estimé à juste titre, pour son admirable illustration." Carteret. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition illustrated by Tony Johanot, a frontispiece, an engraved title and 800 vignettes engraved on wood (header, headbands, cul-de-lamp). Notice by Sainte Beuve. First printing. Binding in full veal glazed noisette of time. Smooth backs richly adorned with mirrored rocailles irons. Titles and golden tones. Cold-shaved boards of a central diamond with various textures, a central rectangle with florets in the spots, and a large frieze framing, as well as a golden net. Marbled slices. Unsigned master binder. The boards are affected by a trace of wetting, the leather being now darker there. Various friction. Small scattered fissures, mainly in margins. A very narrow slit at the head of the lower joint of volume 1, not very visible, extends over a third of the bit. A small trace of pale moisture of 0.5 to 1 cm along the outer margin, without any gravity. The paper is white except some yellow notebooks at the end of volume 2. Despite some defects, beautiful copy in a rare binding. This book is particularly rare in full romantic binding, the velvet being the leather of choice of the bindings of that time. One of the most beautiful books illustrated by Johannot, with the Don Quixote and one of the jewels of the romantic illustration. "Very beautiful book, rare in good condition and very well regarded for its admirable illustration ." Carteret. 768pp. et 895pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Algemeen wapenboek van het Koningrijk der Nederlanden, overeenkomstig de registers en uitgegeven door L. van Weleveld, ambtenaar bij den Hoogen Raad van Adel.

      No place, Van Weleveld, 1836. Folio. Full red morocco. Slightly worn. Complete. 217 pages. Pages I to VI contain all crowns and coats of the Dutch Royal Family. Pages VII t/m CCXVII each show 6 coats-of-arms (only pages 204 and 217 have just 2). Some are hand coloured. H199

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        South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register Volume 1, Number 2, Adelaide, Saturday 3 June 1837

      Folio, [6] pages printed in four columns, unbound as issued. The vertical fold of the first leaf is a little holed, just slightly affecting the printed surface on the verso; essentially a very good copy in crisp condition. THE FIRST NEWSPAPER PRINTED IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, very rare indeed, and considerably more so than the London printing of the first number of 18 June the previous year. G.H. Pitt, in 'The Press in South Australia, 1836-1850' (1946), suggests a print run of about 100 copies, of which no more than a handful can have survived. The contents are of great interest, including proclamations issued by the Governor from December 1836 to May 1837; an account of his arrival and installation; a record of the first land sale, with the names of the buyers and prices; and the inaugural address of the Chief Justice, referring at some length to relations with the Aborigines.

      [Bookseller: Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers]
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        Narrative of a Residence in Koordistan, and on the Site of Ancient Nineveh; with Journal of a Voyage down the Tigris to Bagdad and an Account of a Visit to Shirauz and Persepolis Edited by his Widow.

      London: James Duncan, 1836 - 2 volumes octavo (219 × 130 mm) Near contemporary russia, tan morocco lettering- and numberiing-pieces, low bands with dotted roll, gilt, compartments attractively gilt with repeated hexafoil and stylised foliate tools, single fillet panel gilt to the boards, board edges milled in blind. Ex-San Francisco Mechanics Institute library, their perforated stamp to the title pages and to three text leaves in total, ink stamp to the top edges, ticket-pockets neatly removed from the rear pastedowns, frotn free endpaper neatly excised, text-blocks and plates a little browned and with the usual mild foxing, externally a little rubbed, corners bumped, tails of the spines with slight marks from the removal of labels, boards with a few other superficial scuffs and stains, but overall very good and presents well. Attractive bookplates of Rudolph J. Taussig, president of the MI, to the front pastedowns. Folding map frontispiece to each, 10 lithographed plates in all, 3 of them folding, one folding plan, all plates and maps are laid down on linen, all plates have tissue-guards. First edition. An important study, which "long remained valuable, as the first nineteenth-century geographical and archaeological account of the region and also as an interesting narrative of travel. It was reissued in 1984 in recognition of its continuing value" (ODNB). A linguistic prodigy, Rich began the study of oriental languages at the age of nine. When he joined the HEIC as a cadet in 1803 he was described by a family acquaintance as "a most extraordinary young man. With little or no assistance he has made himself acquainted with many languages, particularly with the languages of the East. Besides Latin, Greek, and many of the modern languages, he has made himself master of the Hebrew, Chaldee, Persian, Arabic, and is not without some knowledge of the Chinese, which he began to decipher when he was but fourteen." His language skills convinced Charles Wilkins, the librarian to the Company, to persuade the directors to appoint him to a writership in Bombay, and he was attached as secretary to the consul-general in Egypt to "improve his Arabic and Turkish." Rich's ship was burnt, and he spent the next few years travelling the Mediterranean and Near East, including intelligence gathering in the interior of Asia Minor. In 1808 Rich became company resident at Bagdad, "where he remained for six years and during this period became the first European to excavate at the site of ancient Babylon" (Howgego). Ill health forced his return to Constantinople in 1813. "On his return through Asia Minor and Mesopotamia to Baghdad, he resumed his studies and collections, made his second visit to Babylon, and in 1820, being again in bad health, travelled in Kurdistan" (ODNB), the tour which is described in the present work. He died of cholera in Shiraz in 1821. "Parts of his collections were purchased by the trustees of the British Museum, and consisted of about 900 volumes of manuscripts in Arabic, Persian, and Turkish, and a great number in Chaldee and Syriac; a large collection of coins, Greek and oriental; and gems and antiquities dug up at Babylon and Nineveh, including the first cuneiform inscriptions ever brought to Europe" Atabey 1040; Howgego, II, R11; Wilson p.189 [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River, and Along the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, in the Years 1833, 1834, and 1835.

      London: John Murray, 1836. sep 22 2017. Large 4to. x, (1), 663 pp. b/w plates, folding map. This was a relief expedition for the second Ross expedition. Back's party explored unknown portions of the Arctic and returned detailed reports on the topography and people of the regions they traversed. A large paper copy of the first edition. Arctic Bib. 851. Streeter Sale 3704. Field 65, who calls it "A very beautiful edition... a large paper size, of which a few copies were probably taken for presentation." Untrimmed, at 11 3/8 inches, it is in its original cloth binding. The backstrip is rather worn and faded, and has been laid down. The text is clean. Some of the sixteen plates show tanning along the outer edge. The folding map is in very good condition. A scarce example of one of the core Arctic books.

      [Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co.]
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        O.T. Original Roman i to Dele.

      1836 1836 - Orig. udgave. Kbhvn.: Reitzel 1836. [4] + 178; [4] + 214 s. Helt rent ubeskåret eksemplar i samtidigt blåt kartonnage med blank papirlabel på ryggen. Kapitæler med lette brugsspor. Indlagt i smuk nyere privat bogæske med rig forgyldt skindryg i gammel stil. Bogæsken signeret Anker Kysters Eftf. Forgylder: Hagel Olsen. * BFN 292.

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        THE TOURIST'S POCKET MAP OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS: EXHIBITING ITS INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, ROADS, DISTANCES, &c

      Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1836. Handcolored map, 15 x 13 inches, folded into. original 12mo. black leather folder, gilt. Lightly rubbed at extremities. A few minor spots of foxing on map, else quite fine. In a blue half morocco and cloth case. Includes an inset "Map of the Lead Mine Region East of the Mississippi River," showing the northwestern corner of Illinois and part of Iowa. One table provides the population for the state, according to the 1830 census, listed by both county and demographic (free white, free blacks, and slaves, with each category divided by gender). Another table lists the steamboat routes throughout the state, to both St. Louis and New Orleans. Not in Phillips or Rumsey. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 42618.

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        Buch der Ehre" (Deckelschild). Dt. Handschrift auf Papier.

      Ligist u. St. Andrä im Sausal, 1819-1836. - In diesem hübschen, teils in Rot u. Schwarz geschriebenen „Ehrenbuch" wurden besonders brave Schüler mit einem entsprechenden Eintrag verewigt. Die Einträge lauten meist in etwa „Durch Fleiß und Sittlichkeit haben sich [hier die entsprechenden Schüler namentlich angeführt] der Einschreibung in das Ehrenbuch würdig gemacht". Es folgen Ort, Datum sowie die Unterschriften der Lehrer. - Die Einträge der Jahre 1819 bis zum 31. August 1820 stammen aus der „Schule Ligist", gefolgt von der „Schule St. Andrä im Sausal" (3. Juli 1821 bis 2. September 1831) und der „Schule Waltersdorf" (1832 bis 20. September 1836). - Einband berieben, bestoßen u. etw. fleckig. Das erste Bl. m. Namensstempel. Etw. gebräunt u. fleckig. - Interessantes Dokument zur steirischen Schulgeschichte. - ge Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 4°. 97 nn. Bll. (die letzten beiden weiß), Ppbd. d. Zt. m. gepr. Deckelbordüren u. Deckelschild. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes]
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        Views of the cities and scenery in Italy, France, and Switzerland: from original drawings by Samuel Prout, F.S.A., and J.D. Harding. With descriptions of the plates by Thomas Roscoe. [Parallel title in French.]

      London, Paris and New York: Fisher, Son, and Co., n.d., 1836. First edition, 4to, 3 volumes in 2, with engraved title-pages and 132 steel-engraved plates; mild dampstain pervades the margins of some of the early plates in volume I; margins of some other plates a bit spotted, but all in all a very good copy in publisher's half red morocco, gilt-lettered direct on gilt-decorated spines, a.e.g.

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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        Svithiod. Efteraarserindringer fra en Sommerreise i Sverrig i Aaret 1836.

      1836 1836 - Orig. udgave. Randers: Smith 1837. 64 s. Ubeskåret, enkelte blade let skjoldet, eksemplar i samtidige blanke omslag indlagt i smukt nyere privat bogæske med rig forgyldt skindryg. Kassetten signeret Anker Kysters Eftf. Forgylder: Hagel Olsen. * Med egenhændig dedikation: 'Til min dyrebare Ven og Digterbroder Philos. Dr. Ekbohrn fra hans trofaste S.S. Blicher'.Vedlagt Povl Skadhauge: En Blicher-gåde og dens løsning? To ligelydende dedikationer til Carl Magnus Ekbohrn, 1982 samt Nørvig 6 Behrend: Blichers Breve til en svensk Ven, 1929, indbundet i samme udstyr som ovennævnte kassette og ligeledes signeret Anker Kysters Eftf. Forgylder: Hagel Olsen.Bertelsen 18. Bring 581.

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Denkwürdigkeiten und Erinnerungen aus dem Orient vom Ritter Prokesch von Osten. Bd. 1 - 3 (komplett).

      Stuttgart / Hallberger 1836 - 8°. 1836/ 37. 628 S., 780 S., 668 S. Interims-Brosch. Einbände teilweise gerändert, vereinzelt mit Fehlstellen; wenige Seiten knickspurig; sonst wohlerhaltene Bde.! 2200 Gramm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eugen Küpper]
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        Historical Collections of South Carolina; Embracing Many Rare and Valuable Pamphlets, and Other Documents, Relating to the History of that State, from Its First Discovery to Its Independence, in the Year 1776; Various notes and an introduction by the compiler

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1836. First edition. 8vo. 2 volumes: lxxx, [9]-533; 576 pp. Folding map in volume one (professionally repaired). Howes C-178. Sabin 11067. Turnbull II, p. 360. Larned 1128: "This useful work contains a reprint of Hewatt's 'Historical Account of South Carolina' and 16 pamphlets and extracts bearing on the early history of South Carolina." Lacking rear endpapers in volume two; still a very good copy for this title, in its original binding. Original plum cloth (unevenly faded, some soil and staining), paper spine labels (partly eroded). (#8005).

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        Reports of Cases at Law and In Equity, Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Alabama

      Tuskaloosa: Printed by Marmaduke J. Slade, 1836. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. [1], 501 pages, [2]. Restored. Text recased in half marbled paper covered boards with brown leather spine. Gilt lettered leather title label on brown leather spine. New front and rear end sheets added. Moderate scattered foxing to contents. Old ink inscription marked through with old ink at top of the title page. Inscription on front blank end sheet - "A. C. Hargrove Nov. 15 1860.

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        Memoirs of Napoleon by M. de Bourrienne, his private secretary. To which is added, an Account of the important Events of the Hundred Days, of Napoleon's Surrender to the English, and of his Residence and Death at ST. Helena. With Anecdotes and illustrative Notes from all th most authentic Sources.

      London, Richard Bentley, 1836. 8vo, 4 volumes. Contemporary English Regency dark blue calf, spines with raised bands, decorated and lettered in gilt; highly illustrated with engraved plates; only very light wear to extremities, plates with foxing, as usual, a very good and decorative set; ownership iscriptions, dated 1836 to red endpapers. Substantially enlarged edition. Bourrienne (1769-1834) was a childhood friend of Napoleon, and his private secretary from 1796 until 1802, and his Mémoires were first published in Paris in 1829, followed by a German edition in 1829-1830, an (abridged) English translation in 1830, and a Russian text in 1834-1838. Despite the sensation that their publication caused, the memoirs are not particularly trustworthy, since they were in fact the work of Charles de Villemarest, who composed them with the approval of the poverty-stricken and ill Bourrienne, using his recollections and material culled from a variety of sources, of varying reliability; Tulard quotes the statement of Méneval (who knew Bourrienne well) that the 'author' merely consented to 'couvrir de l'authorité de son nom des mémoires à la composition desquels il n'a coopéré que par des notes confuses, incomplètes, pièces que des hommes de lettres furent chargés de mettre en oeuvre' (p. 57). However, despite the numerous errors and inexactitudes that plague the work, Tulard agrees with Arthur Chuquet's conclusion: 'Peut-on croire aux mémoires de Bourrienne? Non. Mais il faut les lire et en les lisant avec précaution, on y trouvera quelquefois à prendre et à apprendre' (p. 58)

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        A History of British Fishes [Volumes I, II and both Parts of the Supplement. Inscribed]

      John Van Voorst, London 1836 - xxxvii, 408; 472; 48; 72 pages. Supplements issued 1839. Bound in two volumes: contemporary half leather, marbled paper over boards; gilt titles to spine; top edge gilt; marbled endpapers. A handsome set, with light rubbing to extremities. Armorial bookplate of Lawrence J. Baker on front pastedown of each volume; discrete recent ownership signature to verso of front free marbled endpaper of Vol. I. Foxing to first few and final few leaves of each. Blank leaf separating Vol. II from the first Supplement is inscribed: "William Cliff Esq. With the Author's sincere regards. 5 June 1839." Overseas customers please inquire for an accurate shipping quote. Size: 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Adventures During A Journey Overland To India By Way of Egypt, Syria & The Holy Land (TWO VOLUMES).

      R. Bentley, London 1836 - Volume I: xi 324 pp. steel engraved frontispiece portrait / Volume II: 291 pp. engraved frontispiece of Lake Tiberias, half-titles, later cloth-backed marbled boards, slightly rubbed round edges, spines faded, occasional foxing or staining. Thomas Skinner (1800 - 1843) served as an officer in India in 1826. After returning to England on leave, he went back to India in 1833 by the overland route through Egypt,Syria and Palestine. Thence he proceeded down the Euphrates,and embarked on the Arab Gulf. He describes the navy of Imam of Muscat and the city of Muscat. Bibliographical References: [ Blackmer 1547, Tobler p. 156, Ibrahim-Hilmy II, 237. Rohricht 1808.] Size: 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memorie istoriche della città di Gallipoli

      Napoli: Miranda, 1836. XVI; IV; 572; [4]; VII; [4] pagine. 26x21 cm.Rilegatura coeva in mezza pelle, con qualche lieve abrasione; titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Lievi bruniture all'interno. Strappo restaurato sul margine superiore esterno delle pagine 321-322. Ritratto dell'Autore in antiporta e sei tavole incise, cinque delle quali più volte ripiegate. [M093] Rara edizione originale, corredata da un notevolissimo apparato iconografico, di quella che è, ancora oggi, la migliore storia di Gallipoli mai pubblicata.Bartolomeo Ravenna (Gallipoli, 1761 - 1837) fu uno dei figli più illustri della rinomata località pugliese. Proveniente da una delle più facoltose famiglie della città, dedita al commercio dell'olio d'oliva, oltre ad amministrare egregiamente il patrimonio familiare, si dedicò con passione e competenza, attraverso la consultazione delle numerose fonti in suo possesso, allo studio della storia di Gallipoli, dall'antichità ai suoi

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        SARTOR RESARTUS. In Three Books

      James Munroe and Company, Boston 1836 - Small Octavo. First Published Edition. Edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson. One of 500 Copies. Bound in 3/4 black textured leather and marbled boards with gilt lettering spine, marbled endpapers. Additional lined paper pages bound in front and rear. Mild cover edge wear. Minimal scattered foxing. viii, 299 pp. The American edition is the first published edition, of which only 500 copies were printed. The British edition of 1834 was limited to 58 copies for friends and used the plated from Fraser's Magazine. Carlyle's most enduring and influential work. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales: Complete set of 8 books (4 volumes, with 2 parts each)

      A. Fullarton & Co., Glasgow 1836 - 8 matching HB books in full dark green moire cloth bindings with original brown paper titles to spines (slightly dulled). Published in 1836-37. Vol. I. Part I. has neat gift inscription on FFEP to 'Gertrude E Bartlett)'. Some use and wear but all fold-out maps present (15 x 23cm) ***Heavy - Please contact bookseller directly for revised P&P costs*** [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FRIEDRICH AUGUST II. u. MARIA, König u. Königin v. Sachsen (1797-18541805-1877), Ganzfiguren nach viertelrechts, stehend in Uniform bzw. im schulterfreien Kleid mit Perlenschmuck, rechts Blick auf Dresden mit Elbbrücke, Frauen- und Hofkirche, unten Inschrift.

      Lithographie auf China von M. Knäbig bei L. Zöllner, Dresden, um 1836, 38,5 x 29,5 cm. Die breiten Ränder außerhalb des Chinapapiers schwach stockfleckig. Porträts, Adel, Sachsen, Wittelsbacher

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        Le lys dans la vallée

      - Werdet, Paris 1836, 12x19,5cm, 2 volumes reliés. - raro e molto ricercato Edition (vedi Clouzot). Raccoglitori di pelle di pecora metà verde, torna liscia decorata con dorate potifs romantici tipografici, fregi dorati teste e delle code, piatti carta marmorizzata, guardie e contreplats di carta fatta a mano, in marmo, attacchi romantici del tempo. Alcuni minori foxing, descrizione libreria tag incollato piombo una contreplat il primo volume. Molto rara e bella ben disegnato copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale rare et très recherchée (cf Clouzot). Reliures en demi basane verte, dos lisses ornés de motifs typographiques romantiques dorés, frises dorées en têtes et en queues, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tranches marbrées, reliures romantiques de l'époque. Quelques petites rousseurs, étiquette de description de libraire encollée en tête d'un contreplat du premier volume. Exceptionnel exemplaire établi dans une élégante reliure du temps.  

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        Bilderchronik des Sächsischen Kunstvereins 1833 - 1836. Mit 6 gestochenen Tafeln von Adrian Ludwig Richter

      Sächsischer Kunstverein, 1836. Enthält die folgenden sechs gestochenen Tafeln von Adrian Ludwig Richter: Der blinde Dorfgeiger ; Dorf Schaenke ; Der Zahnbrecher in einem roemischen Staedtchen ; Bauern aus einem Dorfe, welche die Leipziger Schlacht mit ansehen und Der erste Zahn (auf einer Platte) ; Römische Pilger und Pilgerinnen gehen durch einen Bach ; Auszug der Tyroler und Das Innere einer Dorfschule (auf einer Platte). Enthält außerdem Stiche der folgenden Künstler: J. Thaeter, Pfau, Pötschke, Faber, Pescheck, Gille, Fleischmann, Schütze, L. Schütz, Prof. Hammer, Prof. A. Krüger, C. Beichling, Stölzel [Stöltzel ; Stoltzel], Busse, Veith, Honeck, Dietze, Haach, Schmidt, Kluge, Schütz, Witthöft. Insgesamt 153 Stiche auf 84 Platten. Privater Halbleineneinband mit marmorierten Deckelbezügen und vergoldetem Leder-Deckelschild. Einige Tafeln etwas fleckig, die Tafeln von Richter nur zum Teil sehr wenig. Einband zum Teil berieben und an den Ecken bestoßen. Insgesamt gutes Exemplar.

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        oder Geschichte und Beschreibung aller Länder und Völker 4Bände

      Europa 1.Band:Griechenland von Pouqueville. 1836. VI, 510 S. m.104 (statt 112) Stiche und 2 Faltkarten (Seiten 119 bis 122 fehlen). Europa 2.Band:Italien und Sizilien von Artaud. 1836, VII, 422 und 116 S. m. 121 Kupfern und 2 Karten von de la Salle (komplett), (zweite Karte unterer Rand etwas abgerissen). Europa 3.Band:Schweiz und Tyrol von von Golbery. 1840. XI, 568 und 572-648 S. m. 80 Stichen (Schweiz), 12 Stichen (Tyrol) und 1 Karte (komplett). Europa 4.Band:Schweden und Norwegen von M. Lebas. 1839. VIII, 582 und 587-678 S. m. 49 Stichen (Schweden), 12 Stichen (Norwegen) und 1 Karte (komplett). gr.8. Aus dem Französischen von C. A. Mebold und C. F. Kauffmann. Hld. d. Zt.- 4Bände (gleicher Einband wie RM181M ) Bild eines Stiches. E.Schweizerbart's Vlgsbuchhandlung. Stuttgart. 1836. Mit Gebrauchsspuren/Used condition. Halbleder der Zeit der Entstehung/Hardcover. etwas braunfleckig,Stiche teilweise stark stockfleckig. Einbände berieben. Sprache: deutsch/german.

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        Oesterreich (Tyrol und Vorarlberg)". Figurenreiche Szene in einem Schießstand in den Bergen beim Scheibenschiessen; umgeben von Ansichten sowie Trachten - und Wappendarstellungen.

      von L.v. Hohbach, Kempten, 1836. Litografia di cm 32x37,5. Buono, segno d'uso del tempo, lieve gora e strappo senza mancanze. Le viste mostrano Innsbruck, Bregenz, Castel Tirolo e la statua Hofer. Con scene di caccia in montagna, da frutteti e vigneti, a scultori gardenesi e un tirolesi giocatori di dithering nella parte inferiore dello stemma nazionale. Foglio decorativo nei colori originali brillanti. Si vende in cornice.

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        LA PATRIARCALE BASILICA LATERANENSE - 2 TOMES EN 1 VOLUME (VOLUME 1+2)

      AGOSTINO VALENTINI 1836 - R260227838: 80+LVI+90+LXXX pages - quelques piqures de vers sans conséquences pour la lecture - Nombreuses planches en noir et blanc - contreplats et plats jaspés - titre doré sur le dos - épidermures - GRAND FORMAT 34X48 CM - 5 PHOTOS DISONIBLES TEXTE EN LATIN In-Folio Relié cuir dos-coins. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos frotté. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 246-L'art dans le christianisme [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Switzerland. Illustrated in a Series of Views Taken Expressly for this Work. (2 Bde. in einem Bd., compl.).

      London, J. S. Virtue & Co., [1836] 4°,Fronti., IV, , 188 S., 57 Stahlstiche; Fronti., 3 Bl., 152 S., 49 Stahlstiche, OLdr. goldgeprägt, Rundumgoldschnitt, Etwas berieben, Aussengelenk stärker. Inn min. fingerfleckig - gutes Exemplar. Text engl. - William Beattie (1793-1875) studierte Medizin. praktizierte an verschiedenen Orten. Reiste unter anderem mit dem Duke of Clarence mehrmals aufs europäische Festland und schrieb zahlreiche detailreich illustrierte Reiseberichte. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Helvetica - Allgemein Reisen - Europa Illustr. Bücher - Originalgrafik

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        A Personal Narrative of Two Visits to New Zealand, in His Majesty's Ship Alligator, A.D. 1834.

      James Nisbet, London 1836 - pp xvi, 351. Frontis. Original green, watermarked cloth. A beautiful copy in near mint condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Squire's Map of the State of New York, Containing all the Towns in the State

      New York 1836 - Engraved wall map, full period hand-colouring. Inset maps of Manhattan, New York Bay, and the Vicinity of Niagara. Inset view of Niagara Falls. Inset tables relating to height of mountains, length of rivers and construction of canals. (Linen-backing renewed). Scarce 19th century wall map of New York State at the height of canal fever. Chapin began his career as an apprentice to John Vallance in Philadelphia in 1817. Five years later, he began working for Fielding Lucas. Chapin was the engraver of Greenleaf's atlas of the state of Maine (1829) and Lay's wall map of the United States (1832). First issued in 1834, the present example is the second issue, with the date changed in the cartouche. The map is quite rare, with only one other copy recorded by OCLC. Not in Phillips, A List of Maps of America or Rumsey.

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        Oeuvres

      Edition illustrated by Tony Johanot, a frontispiece, an engraved title and 800 vignettes engraved on wood (header, headbands, cul-de-lamp). Notice by Sainte Beuve. First printing.Binding in full veal glazed noisette of time. Smooth backs richly adorned with mirrored rocailles irons. Titles and golden tones. Cold-shaved boards of a central diamond with various textures, a central rectangle with florets in the spots, and a large frieze framing, as well as a golden net. Marbled slices. Unsigned master binder. The boards are affected by a trace of wetting, the leather being now darker there. Various friction. Small scattered fissures, mainly in margins. A very narrow slit at the head of the lower joint of volume 1, not very visible, extends over a third of the bit. A small trace of pale moisture of 0.5 to 1 cm along the outer margin, without any gravity. The paper is white except some yellow notebooks at the end of volume 2. Despite some defects, beautiful copy in a rare binding.This book is particularly rare in full romantic binding, the velvet being the leather of choice of the bindings of that time.One of the most beautiful books illustrated by Johannot, with the Don Quixote and one of the jewels of the romantic illustration."Very beautiful book, rare in good condition and very well regarded for its admirable illustration ..." Carteret. Paulin Paris 1836 Grd. in 8 (17,5x26,5cm) 768pp. et 895pp. 2 volumes reliés

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        Johnsoniana; or Supplement to Boswell: Being Anecdotes and sayings of Dr Johnson

      London: John Murray, 1836. Large Paper Quarto Issue Copy. xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches). Contemporary green morocco, covers bordered with gilt rules, spine in six compartments with semi-raised bands, each bordered in gilt, lettered in gilt in the second compartment, dated at the foot of the spine, gilt turn-ins, yellow/cream glazed endpapers, a. e.g. (extremities scuffed, repaired tear to head of spine, scuff to gilding on fore-edges). Provenance: Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery (1847-1929, Prime Minister, armorial bookplate incorporating the Garter insignia but not the Order of the Thistle, which dates it to approx. 1892 and 1895, 'The Durdans, Epsom' blindstamp to title). Large Paper Quarto Issue Copy. xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches). ROSEBERY COPY. A large paper copy of an interesting work with a distinguished provenance: Rosebery who served as Prime Minister in the 1890s, was a Scottish Liberal, a racing enthusiast (he owned three Derby winners), a keen book collector (a portion was sold by Sothebys in London on 29 Oct 2009 for over 1.5 million pounds), and he married Hannah de Rothschild (the richest heiress of her generation). Lowndes V, p.1221 (mentions an 8vo issue at 1 guinea; and a large paper 4to issue at 2 pounds 8 shillings

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        Johnsoniana; or Supplement to Boswell: Being Anecdotes and sayings of Dr. Johnson .

      John Murray, London 1836 - Large Paper Quarto Issue Copy. xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches). ROSEBERY COPY. A large paper copy of an interesting work with a distinguished provenance: Rosebery who served as Prime Minister in the 1890s, was a Scottish Liberal, a racing enthusiast (he owned three Derby winners), a keen book collector (a portion was sold by Sothebys in London on 29 Oct 2009 for over 1.5 million pounds), and he married Hannah de Rothschild (the richest heiress of her generation). Lowndes V, p.1221 (mentions an 8vo issue at 1 guinea; and a large paper 4to issue at 2 pounds 8 shillings Contemporary green morocco, covers bordered with gilt rules, spine in six compartments with semi-raised bands, each bordered in gilt, lettered in gilt in the second compartment, dated at the foot of the spine, gilt turn-ins, yellow/cream glazed endpapers, a. e.g. (extremities scuffed, repaired tear to head of spine, scuff to gilding on fore-edges). Provenance: Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery (1847-1929, Prime Minister, armorial bookplate incorporating the Garter insignia but not the Order of the Thistle, which dates it to approx. 1892 and 1895, 'The Durdans, Epsom' blindstamp to title) xxii, [2], 530 pp. 45 engraved plates (including the additional title page, views, portraits and facsimiles of letters and signatures). Printed by A. Spottiswoode. 4to (10 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches)

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        Johnsoniana: or, Supplement to Boswell: being anecdotes and sayings of Dr. Johnson

      John Murray 1836 - xxii, 530 p. All edge maraled, half leather, gilt marbled bords. Ex-library. Corners rubbed, but binding is tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mrs. Armytage: Or Female Domination

      G. W. M. Reynolds, Paris 1836 - Quarter bound green calf over marbled paper boards, tips worn, flat back spine, wear to spine edges, outer hinge starting on rear board starting at tail of spine and extending upwards two inches, spine faded, gilt decorations rubbed, wear to bottom edge of boards, marbled endsheets, book plate on front paste-down, 395 pages, last ninety pages has water stain on lower margin, some paper loss to margin, does not affect text. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LA CONFESSION D'UN ENFANT DU SIÈCLE

      Paris: Félix Bonnaire, Éditeur, 1836. Two volumes. [4],321;[4],330pp. Octavo. Quarter 19th century smooth calf and marbled boards, spines elaborately gilt extra, without wrappers, but with half-titles bound in. Manuscript annotation on I:97, light scattered foxing, faint tidemark and rippling to textblock of first volume, otherwise an attractive, tall set (218 mm). First edition of the author's autobiographical early prose masterpiece, through which is intimately woven the thread of his relationship with George Sand. "Ouvrage d'une grande rareté" - Carteret. In recent years, this work has been celebrated for its role as the source work for the film adaptation of 1999, LES ENFANTS DU SIÈCLE. CARTERET II:192. VICAIRE V:1241. ASSELINEAU, p.294.

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        Peintures antiques inédites précédées de recherches sur l'Emploi de la peinture dans la décoration des édifices sacrés et publics chez les Grecs et chez les Romains ; faisant suite aux Monuments inédits.

      Paris, Imprimerie Royale 1836 - in-4, [4]-XVI-470 pp., 15 pl., demi-chagrin rouge à coins, filet doré en encadrement, dos à nerfs orné de filets et de motifs dorés (rel. de l'époque). Petites griffures en tête du second mors et au premier coin supérieur. Édition originale rare, illustrée de 15 superbes planches gravées ou lithographiées, dont une dépliante, et réhaussées à l'aquarelle, excepté une. Désiré-Raoul dit Rochette fut notamment professeur d'Histoire et suppléant de Guizot, l'un des rédacteurs du Journal des Savants, puis conservateur du cabinet des médailles et antiques près de la bibliothèque du roi. Il était membre de l'Institut et de plusieurs académies européennes. Brunet, IV, 1106. Quérard, France littéraire, VIII, 96-99. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Physique Sociale. Ou, Essai Sur Le Developpement Des Facultes de L\'Homme, Tome premier et second

      Bruxelles Louis Hauman et Comp. 1836 kl 8°, Lwd., 339 S. m. einer Ausfalttafel u. 343 S. m. zwei Ausfalttafeln - Titelblätter mit Namenseintrag und Namensstempel, vereinzelt etwas stockfleckig, sporadische zeitgenössische Annotationen Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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        Robert Macaire, Les

      Paris: Chez Aubert, 1836-38 - Daumier's Most Celebrated WorkIn The Scarce Publisher's Original PortfolioWith Plates Larger Than In Sadleir's CopyDAUMIER, Honoré and Charles Philipon. Les Robert Macaire [Caricaturana]. Paris: Chez Aubert, 1836-1838. First edition. Folio (13 5/8 x 10 1/2 in; 347 x 267 mm). Eighty hand-colored lithographed plates (of 100) heightened with gum arabic, loose as issued, imprinted Caricaturana and numbered 1-27, 29-56, 58-69, 70-77, 79-83. Sadleir's copy (examined by Ray) measured 13 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches. With a TLS from Marseille book dealer Henri Roi dated Oct. 28, 1935 offering this copy to Librarie Michel in Paris.The plates chemised in the publisher's original blue cartonnage portfolio with gilt rolled border and corner-pieces enclosing a gilt panel with gilt lettering. Exceptionally rare. Housed in a felt-lined half black morocco clamshell case, spine with five raised bands, lettered in gilt in compartments.Also included are several Librarie R.G. Michel catalogs from the nineteen-thirties and some relevant newspaper cuttings."Les Robert Macaire remains Daumeir's best-known work. Baudelaire chose it. for specific discussion in his essay on French caricaturists and Carteret accorded it a place in his bibliography. Its contemporary popularity was immense. As an album it was published by Aubert in an edition of 2500 copies, a far larger number than for any other series. Yet so persistent was the demand that 6000 two-volume sets of reduced copies, called Les cent-et-un Robert Macaire, were published in 1839." (Ray).Though 2,500 may have been printed few have survived. OCLC/KVK records only two copies in institutions worldwide, Sadleir's at the Morgan Library, and at Yale. Though both are complete only the Morgan copy is in the original cartonnage portfolio. ABPC reports only three complete copies at auction since 1935 and it appears that at least two were rebound; it is safe, we think, to presume that the third copy was also rebound. The 'reduced' edition of 1839 is still quite rare at auction (two copies only since 1975) but there are more copies in institutional holdings."When politics became a forbidden topic in Le Charivari, where Caricaturana first appeared, Daumier and Philipon turned to social satire. If they could not attack Louis-Philippe directly, they could at least show the kind of society that flourished under his gross and venal regime. Taking the flamboyant and florid swindler Macaire from the character that Frederick Lemaitre had created in a hack melodrama called L'Auberge des adrets, they showed him.ranging through all kinds of commercial enterprise, in the stock market, in the banks, in the courts, and in dozens of other public settings, never failing to find eager dupes.Though Daumier's designes are are superb in themselves.they would be incomplete without the unfailing wit and point of Philipon's captions" (Ray).Ray, Art of the French Illustrated Book 161. Beraldi V, p. 124.

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        Über die Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaues

      Berlin: Druckerei des königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften,, 1836. und ihren Einfluß auf die geistige Entwickelung des Menschengeschlechts. Quarto (254 x 213 mm). Modern black pebbled quarter cloth, marbled boards, green paper label to spine hand lettered. A few neat pencil annotations to contents. Light wear to extremities, corners very gently bumped, contents browned with some foxing, creasing, and dampstain, small paper repair to title page verso, trimmed in the binding process, overall a very good copy. First edition of the diplomat, stateman, and linguist's major philological testament, "the first great book in general linguistics" (Bloomfield, p. 133), published posthumously. "Humboldt attempts the classification of peoples according to language. More important than the classification itself was the corollary to it, which seemed to Humboldt to imply that the development of individual languages is affected by physiology, ethnography, history, geography, political and religious relationships, and that stages in cultural development of peoples leave strongly marked traces in their languages" (PMM). Humboldt (1767–1835) travelled extensively as he studied the Basque language and, later, the ancient courty Kawi language of Java. Much of his work was never completed or published but remained in draft form. He was also renowned for his work as an education reformer, his most notable achievements being the founding of Berlin's Humboldt University in 1811 and as the originator of the highly influential holistic academic system now known as the Humboldtian model.

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        Autograph Letter Signed ("Thomas Hardy") to English novelist Walter Besant

      [London], "Wednesday 5:30 p.m." [no year]. 1 p. 8vo. Bifolium, 16 Pelham Crescent, South Kensington stationery. Faint marginal soiling. 1 p. 8vo. Hardy To Walter Besant. Hardy writes to his friend, the English novelist Walter Besant (1836-1901), to decline an invitation. "My dear Besant: I have only this minute received your kind invitation. I am so sorry that I am unable to accept owing to another engagement. With my kind regard to Mrs. Besant, I am, yours sincerely Thomas Hardy"

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        Annalen der Irren-Heilanstalt zu Siegburg. Herausgegeben von D. M. Jacobi. Erster Band. (all publ.)

      Köln, Druck und Verlag von M. DuMont-Schauberg, 1836, 8, XX, (4), 303, (1) pp., Halbledereinband d.Zt. minimal fleckig, feines Expl. Selten - Erstdruck! Carl Wigand Maximilian Jacobi (1775-1858) "gilt als Begründer der modernen Irrenheilkunde".Anhand von 23 ausführlichen Fallgeschichten versucht Jacobi eine Gliederung der möglichen Ursachen der Syndrome zu entwickeln, um zur Entwicklung einer Krankheitslehre beizutragen. Insbesondere die Zusammenhänge mit körperlichen Leiden waren für ihn bedeutsam. Er führt in diesen Annalen seinen Ansatz aus der "Sammlung für die Heilkunde der Gemüthskrankheiten" (1822 - 1830) fort, durch intensive und genaue Beobachtungen Ordnung in das Durcheinander der Erscheinungsbilder zu bringen. Am Schluß des Bandes gibt er "Summarische Nachweisungen über die während der Jahre 1825 bis 1836 Statt gefundenen Krankenaufnahmen, Genesungen, Todesfälle u.s.w.""Während die erste Lebenshälfte Jacobi's wenig Spuren einer bedeutenden Thätigkeit hinterließ - zu erwähnen ist er nur als Uebersetzer des Herodot und Thucydides, als Verfasser einiger kleiner medicinischer Aufsätze und gemeinsam mit Sim. Häberl als Herausgeber der "Jahrbücher des Sanitätswesens im Königreich Bayern", 1810 - hat er in seiner psychiatrischen Wirksamkeit geradezu Großartiges geschaffen. Als er sich der Psychiatrie zuwandte, lag das Irrenwesen Deutschlands im Argen, seine wissenschaftlichen Vertreter hatten sich in zwei Lager gespalten und bekämpften sich in ermüdendem Theorienstreite. Da trat J. auf und ging mit unbefangenem Blick und in thatkräftiger Weise an die praktische und wissenschaftliche Förderung der Irrenheilkunde. Gegenüberder damals sich mehr und mehr ausbreitenden psychischen Schule der Psychiatrie stellte er dem Standpunkte des Psychologen und Philosophen den des Naturforschers entgegen, dessen Aufgabe die Erforschung des menschlichen Organismus und der Gesetze aller diesem eigenthümlichen Lebenserscheinungen sei, also auch der psychischen Erscheinungen, allein nur insoferne sie Naturerscheinungen seien. Die Nachweisung ihres Hervorgehens, ihres Zusammenhanges und ihrer Veränderungen aus den Gesetzen des Organismus sei vor Allem zu erforschen. Alle Seelenstörungen beruhten auf körperlichen Abnormitäten, oder seien vielmehr nur Symptome körperlicher Erkrankung. J. ging jedoch noch weiter, indem er, wie dies schon der Titel seiner "Beobachtungen über die Pathologie und Therapie der mit Irresein verbundenen Krankheiten", 1830 andeutet, die Geistesstörungen nicht als selbständige Formen sondern nur als Symptome irgend einer somatischen Krankheit auffaßte und annahm, daß die mit Seelenstörung verbundenen Krankheiten bald diese bald jene Sphäre, bald dieses bald jenes einzelne Gebilde, bald diesen bald jenen Complexus von Gebilden des Gesammtorganismus ergriffen, während der Gehirnerkrankung selbst nur eine ganz untergeordnete, secundäre Rolle zukomme. In echt naturwissenschaftlicher Methode hat J. diese theoretisch aufgestellten Propositionen in der Praxis begründet. Obwol er nicht ganz auf der Höhe der ärztlichen Wissenschaft stand und nicht mit ihren Fortschritten gleichen Schritt zu halten vermochte, so daß er in späteren Jahren in den diagnostischen Behelfen und der pathologischen Anatomie manche Mängel zeigte, schuf er doch in seinen "Annalen der Irrenheilanstalt zu Siegburg", 1837 und in den "Hauptformen der Seelenstörungen in ihren Beziehungen zur Heilkunde", 1844, Werke von immer bleibendem Werthe. Flemming (Pathologie und Therapie der Psychosen, S. 17) nennt ihn in Anbetracht der Verdienste um die pathogenetische Untersuchung der Seelenstörungen den Baco der Irrenheilkunde. Das letztere Werk war ans drei Bände berechnet, leider ist nur der erste über Tobsucht erschienen. In diesem ist die ganze Symptomatologie der mit Tobsucht verbundenen Krankheitszustände, die Blutbewegung, die Respiration, die Verdauung, Ernährung etc. und schließlich die psychischen Erscheinungen mit solcher Gründlichkeit und Genauigkeit durchforscht, daß überall neue, zum Theil überraschende Resultate sich ergeben. In der Behandlung der Geistesstörungen verfolgte J. zwei Wege, die bald einzeln bald zugleich in Anwendung gezogen werden müssen: einerseits die Anwendung der zu Gebote stehenden Medicamente und diätetischen Mittel, andererseits directe Einwirkung auf die Gemüthskräfte, um durch deren Rückwirkung auf den Organismus, insofern ihre Aeußerung eine correspondirende organische Thätigkeit bedingt, die Krankheit zu heben. Diese psychische Einwirkung sei eine rein humane, rein individualisirende, unter Umständen sei aber auch Strenge nicht auszuschließen." Bandorf, ADB XIII(1881), pp. 593-596The asylum of Siegburg, the first who founded in Prussia and created by Jacobi under English influence, became the model for the German psychiatrists of the time. Jacobi, called the Esquirol of Germany, was a somatologist and proclaimed his respect for the brain by asserting that one needed no psychology to understand and treat mental diseases.Kirchhoff I, 83-94 Leibbrand-Walley, Der Wahnsinn, 496-97 Hirsch-H. III, 393 Waller 5097 Ackerknecht, Hist. Psychiatry, 62 Zilboorg, 433 & 434.

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        Jahrbuch / [Astronomisches Jahrbuch] für. . .

      Verlag der J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, Stuttgart and Tübingen 1836 - 1836-1844. Eight volumes bound in four (all published). 12mo (177 x 110 mm). xvi, 256; viii, 282, [2]; vi, 330; [4], 151 [1], 197 [1], [2]; [4], 340; [6], 326; [8], 116, 235 [1]; [2], 108, 254 pp., including 2 (1 folding) lithographed plates, 1 coloured engraved map, 2 folding engraved tables, 1 folding letterpress table, several illustrations and diagrams in text. Bound in contemporary uniform half cloth with gilt-lettered spines (little rubbing and chipping to extremities). Text little age-toned only, occasional minor foxing and brown spotting, light dampstaining to second part of vol. 1839, otherwise generally quite crisp and clean. Provenance: Teyler Museum, Haarlem* (ink stamps "Bibliotheque Musée Teyler Haarlem to title pages and upper and lower edges); Dieter Schierenberg b.v. (acquired from them in 1986). A very good copy, rarely found complete as here (no volume was issued for 1842). ---- DSB XII, p.234; ADB 33, p.32-33. - A complete set of the FIRST EDITION of Schumacher's Jahrbuch also known as Astronomisches Jahrbuch. The yearbooks contain astronomical and other scientific topics as well as astronomical ephemerides and were published by the Gauss student and head of the Sternwarte to Altona, Heinrich Christian Schumacher, "one of the most important friends and partners of Gauss" (HAB, Mass, number and weight, 5.16). The volumes contain contributions by Bessel, Olbers, Oersted, Gauss, Berzelius, von Humboldt and others, often in first edition. Amongst others are articles from Gauss (Erdmagentismus und Magnetometer, Erstdruck) in 1836; a first printing of Alexander v. Humboldt (On two attempts to climb the Chimborazo) in 1837, as well as BESSEL'S, investigations on the distance of the 61st of the Swan in Jahrgan 1839. Without year 1842, which never appeared. All the yearbooks are rare. A complete set as here is of exceptional rarity with no copies traceable in the antiquarian and auction book trade. Die Jahrbücher enthalten astronomischen u. anderen naturwissenschaftlichen Themen sowie astronomische Ephemeriden und wurden herausgegeben vom Gauss-Schüler und Leiter der Sternwarte zu Altona Heinrich Christian Schumacher, "einer der wichtigsten Freunde und Briefpartner von Gauss" (HAB, Mass, Zahl u. Gewicht, 5.16). Die Jarbücher enthalten Beiträge von Bessel, Olbers, Oersted, Gauss, Berzelius, von Humboldt und anderen Autoren, häufig in Erstdruck. Unter anderem sind Artikel enthalten von Gauss (Erdmagentismus und Magnetometer, Erstdruck) in Jahrgang 1836; ferner einen Erstdruck von Alexander v. Humboldt (Ueber zwei Versuche den Chimborazo zu besteigen) in Jahrgang 1837 sowie BESSEL'S, Untersuchungen über die Entfernung des 61.Sternes des Schwan in Jahrgan 1839. Ohne Jahrgang 1842, der nie erschienen ist. Sämtliche Jahrbücher sind selten. Ein vollständiger Satz wie hier von extremster Seltenheit und im Antiquariats- und Auktionshandel für uns nicht nachweisbar. *This is an ex library copy from the famous Teylers Museum in Haarlem, the only museum in the Netherlands that has been open to the public continuously since 1784. Its authentic interior, containing the original objects, has remained the same since then. So Teylers can justly lay claim to the title of being the first and oldest museum in the Netherlands. The library is interesting for itself. There is no other library in the Netherlands with such a beautiful and complete collection of literature from the 18th and 19th centuries about botany, zoology, and the earth sciences. In total, the book and journal collection consists of more than 125,000 volumes. Major acquisitions continued to be made until approximately 1940. Since then, the library has no longer been a place for finding out about the latest scientific developments, but primarily as a museum room of historic interest. (source: Tylers Museum website). - Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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