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        1. Mac Cormac, William. Notizen und Erinnerungen eines Ambulanz-Chirurgen. 2. Burckhardt, Albert. Vier Monate bei einem Preussischen Feldlazareth während des Krieges von 1870. 3. Lücke, Albert. Kriegschirurgische Fragen und Bemerkungen.

      1. Hannover: Hahn, 1871. 2. Basel, Schweighauser, 1872. 3. Bern, J. Dalp, 1871. hardcover. 1. Mit 10 Textholzschnitten und 7 Tafeln (Heliotypien). Aus dem Englischen von Louis Stromeyer. 2. Mit 7 Beilagen, davon 2 gefaltet. 3. Mit 4 Textholzschnitten und 1 gefalt. Plan. Pappband der Zeit mit handgeschriebenem Rückenschild, VIII, 183 S., V, 1 Bl., 131 S., VIII, 112 S. 1. Hirsch-H. IV, 5. Pagel 1068. 2. Hirsch-H. I, 770 f. Pagel 283 (Burckhardt-Merian). 3. Pagel 1060. Drei seltene kriegschirurgische Titel. - Gut erhaltener, einfach gebundener Band, nur leicht berieben bzw. fleckig. "Schatten" eines früheren Bibl.-Etiketts am unteren Rücken. Innen papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Die Rückseite der gefalt. Planskizze von 3. komplett mit alten handschr. Notizen mit dünnem Bleistift gefüllt. Der hintere Vorsatz mit einer handschr. Liste von 10 weiteren kriegschirurgischen Werken.

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      Leavenworth: Printed at the office of the Kansas Farmer, 1871. 19pp. plus partially colored folding lithograph map. Original blue gilt printed wrappers. Some tanning and light dampstaining. Map with a few scattered fox marks and some discoloration along folds. Very good. In a blue morocco and cloth clamshell box. A prospectus for the Kansas Central Railway, which proposed to connect Denver with the Missouri River at Leavenworth, Kansas. Considered to be one of the most significant attempts to connect Denver with eastern states and transport, the railway managed only to construct approximately 165 miles of narrow gauge track west to Miltonvale, Kansas between its foundation in 1871 and 1882. The railway was then subsumed by Union Pacific, which by 1890 had reconstructed the existing track as a standard gauge line. "Not in McMurtrie. The map is of exceptional interest, with various routes marked in red. The report of Professor Mudge describes the country to be opened up by the new route through the Delaware strip" - Eberstadt. EBERSTADT 137:274. GRAFF 2273. HAWLEY & FARLEY 240.

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      [New Jersey and Pennsylvania], 1871. This lot of nineteen items is described below. Additional details available upon request.1. Delaware and Raritan Canal Company: FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL COMPANY; MAY 10, 1831. Princeton, N.J.: Printed by D'Hart & Connolly., 1831. 31, [1 blank] pp. Stitched, untrimmed. Light fox, soil, and wear. Closed short tear [no loss] at title leaf. Good+. Felcone 546. Thomson 516. 2. Blue, Jersey: ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW-JERSEY, RELATIVE TO A BRIDGE OVER THE DELAWARE RIVER AT TRENTON AND A RAIL-ROAD FROM TRENTON TO NEW-BRUNSWICK. New Jersey: December, 1834. Disbound, 14pp, light to moderate foxing, Good+. Scarce, OCLC locating four copies [Yale + three New Jersey institutions]. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 317. AI 22847 [2]. OCLC 31747190 [4].3. [Stewart, Wm. D.]: REPORT. THE MINORITY OF THE COMMITTEE, TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE BILL ENTITLED "AN ACT RELATIVE TO THE TRENTON AND NEW-BRUNSWICK TURNPIKE COMPANY," ASK LEAVE TO OFFER A COUNTER REPORT, WITH THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT TO THE BILL, VIZ... [Trenton?: 1835?]. 3, [1 blank] pp. Caption title [as issued]. Disbound and foxed. Good. Felcone 1067. OCLC 28540566 [1]. 4. Williamson, Isaac H., and Garret D. Wall: OPINION OF ISAAC H. WILLIAMSON, ESQ. AND GARRET D. WALL, ESQ. IN RELATION TO THE CORPORATE POWERS OF "THE TRENTON AND NEW-BRUNSWICK TURNPIKE COMPANY." Trenton: Joseph Justice. 1835. 1835. Disbound, 20pp, light to moderate foxing. Good+. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 1422. AI 35445 [3]. OCLC 8685098 [8]. 5. [Wood, George et al.]: OPINIONS OF COUNSEL ON THE RIGHTS VESTED IN THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL AND CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAIL ROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES, BY THE ACTS OF THE STATE OF NEW-JERSEY PASSED IN RELATION TO THEM. Princeton, N.J.: Robert E. Hornor., 1835. Disbound, 24pp, light fox and wear, Good+ or so. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 1192. AI 31316 [1]. OCLC 31744707 [6]. BEAL 10987. 6. [Stockton, Robert F.]: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO OFFER TO THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL AND FEEDER, AND THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAIL ROAD, WITH THEIR APPENDAGES: MADE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1836. Princeton: Printed by John Bogart, 1836. 37, [3 blank] pp. Disbound. Scattered foxing, Good+. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 557. AI 37070 [5]. Thomson 1251.7. [Blane, John]: REPORT OF THE MINORITY OF THE COMMITTEE OF ENQUIRY, RELATIVE TO THE RAIL ROAD AT TRENTON, &C. PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE HOUSE. Trenton: Printed by Joseph Justice & Son, 1837. 43, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, untrimmed, and generously margined. Lightly spotted, old numerical accession number in top margin of title page. Good+. Includes an opinion by Samuel L. Southard. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 1069. Thomson 1679. OCLC 31746833 [2]. 8. New Jersey: REPORT ON THE RAIL ROAD CONTROVERSY, MADE BY THE JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE LEGISLATURE OF NEW JERSEY, WITH THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE TREASURER, ATTORNEY-GENERAL, AND THE COMPANIES. READ MARCH 8TH, 1841, AND ORDERED TO BE PRINTED. Trenton, N.J.: Printed by Sherman and Harron, 1841. 31, [1 blank]. Later plain brown wrappers [ink notation on front wrap]. Partly untrimmed. Scattered foxing, some water stains in bottom margins. Good to Good+. Felcone 1066. AI 41-3753 [1]. OCLC 31746899 [2].9. [Potter, John]: ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAIL ROAD AND DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL COMPANIES, TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW JERSEY. Trenton: Press of the Emporium, 1846. 31, [1 blank] pp. Disbound and lightly spotted, a small rubberstamped rectangle on title page. Good+. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 456. AI 46-1314 [5]. OCLC 8480396 [6]. 10. Delaware and Raritan Canal Company: REPORT OF A COMMITTEE OF THE JOINT BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE...AND CAMDEN & AMBOY R.R. & TRANSPORTATION CO'S, ON THE SUBJECT OF THE TRANSPORTATION OF THE MAILS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. OCTOBER, 1846. Trenton: 1847. Contemporary plain wrappers, stitched, 16pp. Light foxing and wear, Good+. Felcone 556. OCLC 31746765 [6]. 11. Delaware and Raritan Canal Company: REPLY OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL AND CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES, TO A LETTER ADDRESSED TO THE HON. G.W. HOPKINS, CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE OF POST OFFICES AND POST ROADS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE U.S., BY THE HON. CAVE JOHNSON, POST MASTER GENERAL. Trenton: Arnold & Brittain, Printers, 1847. 23, [1 blank] pp. Disbound without wraps, scattered foxing, last leaf with a tear in blank inner margin [no text affected]. Good+. Felcone 555. OCLC 51311381 [9]. 12. Delaware and Raritan Canal Company: ADDRESS OF THE JOINT BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL AND CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD COMPANIES, TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW JERSEY. JUNE-1848. Trenton: Printed by Sherman and Harron, 1848. 30, [2 blank] pp. Disbound with light wear and a couple of institutional marks in blank portions of the pamphlet. Good+. Felcone 544.13. Stockton, Robert Field: APPEAL OF COMMODORE R. F. STOCKTON TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW JERSEY, IN RELATION TO THE EXISTING CONTRACTS BETWEEN THE STATE AND THE UNITED DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL, AND CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD COMPANIES. SEPTEMBER 24TH, 1849. 1849. Princeton. 1849. 29, [1 blank] pp. Disbound without wrappers, light spotting, Good+. OCLC locates seven, under two accession numbers. 14. Delaware and Raritan Canal Company: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE AFFAIRS OF THE DELAWARE & RARITAN CANAL AND CAMDEN & AMBOY RAIL ROAD COMPANIES, IN REFERENCE TO CERTAIN CHARGES BY 'A CITIZEN OF BURLINGTON,' DECEMBER, 1848. Newark: Daily Advertiser, 1849. 78, [2] pp. Disbound with scattered foxing. Last leaf dusted. Good+. Felcone 551. 15. Tatham, George N.: AN EXPOSITION OF THE CHARACTER AND MANAGEMENT OF THE NEW JERSEY JOINT MONOPOLIES, THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY: THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL COMPANY, AND THEIR APPENDAGES. Philadelphia: King & Baird, 1852. 32pp, disbound. Trimmed closely at the fore-margin, just touching [without taking] a few letters in the margins. Good+. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 1355. OCLC 4648617 [11]. 16. Stockton, Robert F.: ANSWER OF ROBERT F. STOCKTON IN BEHALF OF THE JOINT BOARD OF THE D.& R. CANAL AND C.& A.R.R. COMPANIES, TO A COMMITTEE OF THE SENATE OF NEW JERSEY, IN RELATION TO SURRENDERING THE WORKS OF THE COMPANIES TO THE STATE. READ AND ORDERED TO BE PRINTED. Trenton: Printed at the True American Office, 1854. 22pp. Disbound, light wear. Old rubberstamping. Good+.FIRST EDITION. Felcone 1333. OCLC 7242584 [8]. (19769) 17. [Stockton, Robert F.]: AT THE MEETING OF DIRECTORS HELD AT THE CANAL OFFICE IN PRINCETON, N. J. ON FRIDAY JANY 19TH, 1855- RESOLVED THAT COL. DAVID POTTER BE APPOINTED AND HE IS HEREBY APPOINTED REAL ESTATE AGENT TO PROCURE THE CONDITIONAL RIGHT OF WAY FOR THE WEST JERSEY RAILROAD, FROM WOODBURY STATION TO THE LINE OF CUMBERLAND & CAPE MAY COUNTIES, THE OPERATION OF THIS RESOLUTION TO COMMENCE MAY 9TH 1853...AT MEETING, HELD MAY 9TH, 1853 ON MOTION OF COMMODORE R.F. STOCKTON, J.H. WHITNEY, G.M. WARD, DAVID POTTER & JOSHUA SWAIN WHERE APPOINTED A COMMITTEE TO MAKE CONTRACTS FOR THE RIGHT OF WAY. 1855. [Princeton, N.1855]. Broadside, approx. 7"x 10". Handwritten in ink. Previously folded, a few small splits on folds. Good+. 18. Steam Ferry Boat New Jersey: STARTLING TRUTHS RELATING TO THE BURNING OF THE NEW JERSEY. THE CONDUCT OF WM. B. REED, AND THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST YOUNG KEYSER FULLY EXPOSED. ONE ACQUAINTED WITH THE FACTS. Philadelphia: Published by the Author, 1856. 24pp. Tall 8vo, disbound, traces of original wraps visible. The boat was owned by the Camden and Philadelphia Steamboat Ferry Company, a company controlled by the joint Delaware and Raritan Canal and Camden and Amboy Railroad and Transportation companies. Bit of loosening. Else, Very Good.FIRST EDITION. Felcone 1311. Sabin 90581. Not in Eberstadt, Decker, Harv. Law Cat., BEAL. 19. Read, John M.: SPEECH OF...AT THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE JOINT BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE UNITED DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL COMPANY, CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, AND NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. HELD AT TRENTON ON THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1871. Philadelphia: Sherman & Co., Printers, 1871. 16pp. Original printed wrappers, Very Good to Near Fine. OCLC 5467709 [6].

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        Charles Darwin: Signed Cart de Visite photograph

      1871. Charles Darwin: Signed Cart de Visite photograph. Measures 2 9/16" W x 4 1/16". Taken in 1871 by Oscar Gustaf Rejlander. Tape / residue on the top right corner and lower right corner of the cardboard mount not effecting signature or photograph. Full-priced Rockville.

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        [Chicago Fire, Newspapers] The Chicago Times. Volume 17, Number 309. Wednesday Morning, October 18, 1871.

      W.F. Storey. LOOSE_LEAF. Chicago, 1871. One folded sheet, [4] pp, 76 cm. A very scarce early account of the Chicago Fire, published the morning of Wednesday October 18, 1871. The entirety of the issue is devoted to the fire, with accounts of damage throughout the city. A well preserved copy, generally bright, with a few tears at folds and some foxing. Very good minus condition overall. An important account of the Chicago Fire. The last copy sold at auction at Christies in 1997. Graff 691. Please contact us if you would like to see more pictures. . Very Good. 1871. First Edition.

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        Types Militaires Etranges.

      Librarie Illustree. C.1871., Paris: - 20 color plates. Humorist / Satirical content. Plates: Suede Lif Dragon, Allemagne Guarde a Pied, Belgique Chasseur Carabinier , Russie Chevalier Guarde, Hollande Chasseurs a Pied , Belgique Grenadier, Allemange Cuirassiers, Russie Cosaques de la Guarde, Hollande Hussard, Espagne, Italie, Espagne Hussard, Suede Chasseur, Angleterre Grenadier Guard, Russie Grenadiers a Cheval, Autriche Uhlan, Allemagne Uhlans, Danemarke, Baviere, Angleterre Highlander. Red cloth with poaste down on front. Oversize. Fine Copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Reihenfolge der österreichischen Regenten von Carl dem Großen bis in die neuesten Zeiten. 1. Abteilung komplett mehr nicht erschienen in 4 Bänden (22. Lieferungen) in 6 Bänden (= Oesterreichisches Museum ..)

      alle 4 Bände gebunden in 6 Halblederbände der Zeit, 8, mit 22 gestochenen Porträttafeln, 1. Band 1. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 1. Band 2. Lieferung: 88 Seiten 1. Band 3. Lieferung: 83 Seiten 1. Band: 4. Lieferung: 74 Seiten 1. Band 5. Lieferung: 65 Seiten 2. Band 1. Lieferung: 84 Seiten, 2. Band 2. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 2. Band 3. Lieferung: 79 Seiten 2. Band 4. Lieferung: 76 Seiten 2. Band 5. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 3. Band 1. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 3. Band 2. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 3. Band 3. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 3. Band 4. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 3. Band 5. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 3. Band: 6. Lieferung: 78 Seiten 4. Band 1. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 4. Band 2. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 4. Band 3. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 4. Band 4. Lieferung: 80 Seiten 4. Band 5. Lieferung 80 Seiten und 4. Band 6. Lieferung: 72 Seiten Zustand: dekorative Halblederbände in guter Erhaltung, ein sehr schönes Exemplar Holzmann /Bohatta III S. 355, Nr.:11401 / Wurzbach XXXII, S. 348 f. / ÖBL Bd. 12 S. 38 / Czeike: V. S. 181 / Sammlung Mayer: 1871 / Sammlung Eckl III Nr.: 513 / die Stecher der Porträttafeln: Karl Mahlknecht (1810-1893) vgl. Thieme/Becker XXIII S. 567 / Anton Bogner (1812-1859) vgl. Thieme/Becker IV S. 219 / Joseph Berkowetz (Berkowitz) vgl. Thieme/Becker III S. 420 / Adam Sándor Ehrenreich (1784-nach 1840) vgl. Thieme/Becker X S. 394 / weiters F. Mehl bzw. unbezeichnet Buch

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      Colby & Co, 1871. First Edition. Quarter Leather. Very Good binding. Elephant Folio. The First Edition Adams' spectacular (and gigantic) chart; dissected and backed in linen, in brightly chromolithographed coated sheets. "A huge and impressive twenty three foot long chart showing 5,885 years of history, from 4004 B.C. to 1881 A.D. First issued in 1871, Adams put out several editions in many formats. Rosenbeg and Grafton, in "Cartographies of Time" [see pp. 171-177] say that as a timeline Adames Synchronological Chart "was nineteenth-century America's surpassing achievement in complexity and synthetic power" [David Rumsey Map Collection]. Half-green morocco over pebbled cloth with titling in the center of the front board; folded into portfolio. 28" x 13". Some minor loss to the linen at a few of the folds. (Rumsey 6000). Very Good binding.

      [Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.]
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        Adolf Stieler's Hand-Atlas über alle Theile der Erde und über das Weltgebäude

      Leider geht das genaue Erscheinungsjahr nicht aus dem Buch hervor, die Karten sind zwischen 1871 und 1875 datiert. Druck der Engelhardt Reyher'schen Hofbuchdruckerei in Gotha, herausgegeben von Adolf Stieler und Justus Perthes. Es handelt sich um einen sehr schönen alten Atlas mit 90 Nummern, einschließlich das Titelblattes. Trotz der starken Abnutzung sind alle Karten gut lesbar.Titelblatt in Stahlstich. Der Einband besteht aus Pappe, die mit dünnem Stoff überzogen- und mit goldgeprägter Schrift ist. Der Stoff löst sich an einigen Stellen (siehe Bilder). Das Buch enthält 90 Seiten und vorne im Buch befindet sich zusätzlich ein 11-seitiger Vorbericht. Die Seiten sind vollständig und bis auf wenige Seiten zusammenhängend. Maße: 48 cm breit, 39 cm lang und 3,5 cm dick. Gewicht: ca. 4.600g

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        Table for Transmitting Chinese Despatches by Telegraph, containing all characters employed in official, commercial, or private correspondence of Chinese, and their translation in numbers

      Folio (28.5 x 43 cm). 16 pp, mounted on linen. Contemporary half black roan, marbled boards, worn, separated at spine. Dampstaining. Very rare. FIRST EDITION. The Great Northern Telegraph Company introduced the telegraph in China in 1871. This rare volume enabled its use in Chinese, marking an epoch in the history of commerce. The first two pages provide instructions in Chinese, English, and French, and the other fourteen pages comprise a table assigning a four-digit number to each of thousands of Chinese characters. Viguier writes in small part, "In view of the early arrival in Shanghai of the submarine cable ... connecting this great centre of trade with the colony of Hongkong, and the southern provinces of the Empire, it becomes very important, in order to increase the native trade, by facilitating communications between the different markets, to enable the Chinese traders to employ this telegraph." The Chinese Recorder observed that the telegraph, "bringing into contact the most distant nations, marks an epoch in the progress of civilization" and reported in 1874 that Viguier's system is now 'extensively used" by the Chinese.

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      Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood and Sons,, 1871-2. 4 volumes, octavo (171 x 121 mm). Early 20th-century tan half morocco by Birdsall & Son, Northampton, raised bands to spines, blue morocco labels, compartments decorated in gilt, blue cloth sides with a double gilt rule, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Bookplate of Sir George John Armytage, 6th Baronet (1842–1918) to front pastedowns, erratum tipped-in to vol. 1. Extremities rubbed, a little spotting to front prelims. An excellent copy. First edition in book form of George Eliot's sixth and greatest novel. The book proved problematic in some ways as it became too long for the traditional three-decker format. George Henry Lewes suggested to Blackwood that "on the model of Victor Hugo's Les misérables, it should be brought out in eight parts at two-monthly intervals, and subsequently published in four volumes" (ONDB).

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        Spiegazione teorico-pratica del Codice Napoleone contenente l'analisi critica degli Autori e della giurisprudenza e seguita da un reassunto alla fine di ciascun titolo. Terza versione italiana sulla sesta ed ultima edizione di Parigi aumentata dall'Autore

      Pedone Lauriel e Marghieri 1871-1885, Napoli e Parigi - n.d. p. 14 voll in-8

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      New York: George Routledge and Sons, 1871. First American Edition. The British sheets, with the title canceled for American distribution. With illustrations by Arthur Hughes. 8vo,, publisher's original cloth, the spine and upper cover with gilt and black decoration and ornate lettering, t.e.g., enclosed in a custom clamshell box. viii, 378pp. The spine has been expertly laid down, and recased, preserving nearly all the original material and the original end-papers, otherwise a fine fresh copy. AN IMPORTANT WORK OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE. MacDonald touches on many theological and philosophical questions, especially concerning theodicy. It is considered one of his masterpieces. NORTH WIND is a fantasy centered on a boy named Diamond and his adventures with the North Wind. Diamond travels together with the mysterious Lady North Wind through the nights. There are many similarities between Diamond and MacDonald's own son Maurice, who died young. Diamond also seems to represent Christ, always trying to help others while not completely belonging to this world. The work is better known through the abridged edition of 1914 with illustrations by Maria L. Kirk. This original edition is nearly three times longer then that overly simplified version.

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      Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1871-2 - 4 volumes, octavo (171 x 121 mm). Early 20th-century tan half morocco by Birdsall & Son, Northampton, raised bands to spines, blue morocco labels, compartments decorated in gilt, blue cloth sides with a double gilt rule, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Bookplate of Sir George John Armytage, 6th Baronet (1842–1918) to front pastedowns, erratum tipped-in to vol. 1. Extremities rubbed, a little spotting to front prelims. An excellent copy. First edition in book form of George Eliot's sixth and greatest novel. The book proved problematic in some ways as it became too long for the traditional three-decker format. George Henry Lewes suggested to Blackwood that "on the model of Victor Hugo's Les misérables, it should be brought out in eight parts at two-monthly intervals, and subsequently published in four volumes" (ONDB). Parrish pp. 29-35, Sadleir 815. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire de la commune révolutionnaire

      Librairie générale 1871 - Édtion originale illustrée. Reliure demi basane bleue nuit grand in-8 ou petit in-4 Édtion très difficile à trouver. Bon état général reliure présentant quelques frottements sur le dos, solide , cahier bien solidaire. 480 pages. De nombreuses gravures sur cuivre, in et hors texte. Belle pièce pour les passionnés de cette période. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Door Locks, Knobs, Padlocks, etc.,

      1871. LOCKS - Trade Catalogue. Door Locks, Knobs, Padlocks, etc., Illustrated and Described. Mallory, Wheeler & Co., Manufacturers, New Haven Conn. iv, 5-292 pp. Illustrated with 227 chromolithographic plates. Folio, 455 x 357 mm, bound in contemporary straight-grained brown morocco, blind-ruled fillets, gilt-lettered title on upper cover, by H. M. Robinson, New Haven, CT (with his ticket) . New Haven: Burton Mallory, J. Davenport Wheeler and Frederick B. Mallory, 1871. |~||~||~||~||~| This spectacular catalogue of the locksmith's art is one of the most extraordinary books printed in America in the nineteenth century, and it would certainly be hard to find a more impressive trade catalogue produced on either side of the Atlantic in terms of luxuriousness. The splendid plates in gold, silver and bronze are a triumph of the printer's art. Mallory, Wheeler and Company was established in 1834 and successfully sold locks until just before the First World War. This trade catalogue illustrates their inventory of: Store Door Locks, Front Door Locks, Night Latches, Rabbeted Knob Locks, Sliding Door Locks, Mortise Hotel Locks, French Window Locks and Latches, Mortise Bolts, Upright Rim Knob Locks, Lock and Latch Strikers, Door Keys, Padlocks, etc. The spectacular chromolithographic plates were drawn by A. P. Norman of New York, engraved by Tarbell & Sanford of West Merriden, CT and printed by the Hutchings Printing House of Hartford, CT. Some occasional staining, overall, the condition is excellent, expecially for a book of this size. Some repairs to chipped fore-edges of a few pages, extremities of binding rubbed, volume newly rebacked. Not in Romaine.

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        Traité sur les Vins du Médoc et les autres Vins rouges et blancs du Département de la Gironde. [ Grands Vins de Bordeaux ]

      P. Chaumas 1871 - Septième édition, augmentée d'un supplément et accompagnée d'un grand nombre de vues de châteaux du Médoc et autres, d'une Carte du département de la Gironde, de deux Cartes donnant la classification des Vins rouges et des Vins blancs et de divers tableaux synoptiques, 1 vol. in-8 br., P. Chaumas, Bordeaux, 1871, 3 ff. (faux-titre, titre-gravé, titre), VI-404 pp., 1 f. gravé n. ch., 29 pl. hors texte (bois et lithog.), 2 cartes coloriées, 6 tableaux dépliantes et une grande carte dépliante. Bon état (petite restauration au dos, bel état par ailleurs) pour ce rare exemplaire broché, tel que paru, avec le cachet de l'abbé Dubaquié. L'abbé Dubaquié fut directeur de la station oenologique de Bordeaux, où il succéda à son maître Ulysse Gayon qui, en 1881, sur les suggestions de Pasteur, de Paul Bert, de Jean-Baptiste Dumas et de Berthelot avait monté cette station oenologique pour étudier la fermentation des vins. On le surnomma "le Pape du Vin", dont il était alors le "super-expert" français, européen et mondial. Très belle provenance. Langue: Français [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Lappisk Mythologi. Eventyr og Folkesagn.

      1871 1871 - 2 bd. Christiania (Oslo): Cammermeyer 1871. Illustr. i teksten samt med 15 plancher, 11 foldede. XVI + 176 + IV; X + 176 + [2] s. med træsnit i teksten + 15 plancher, hvoraf flere er foldede. Velholdt eksemplar indbundet i samtidigt halvlæder med farvet titelfelt samt guldtryk på ryggen. * Eksemplaret har tilhørt Svend Grundtvig. Skougaard IV, 68.

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        Missa Solennis (Full Score)

      J. Schuberth & Co, Leipzig 1871 - Tan paper over boards; Dark brown cloth at spine; 129 pp. comprised totally of a musical score. Oversize (15 x 21.5 inches) and heavy (7.5 pounds / 3.4 kilos). The mass was composed by Franz Liszt between 1855 and 1858 for the dedication of the new part of the cathedral at Esztergom, Hungary (by Archbishop Janos Scitovszky). Liszt conducted the work, and the organist was Alexander Winterberger. The dedication concert (the work's premiere) was on August 31, 1856. The reverberation time in the cathedral is 9 seconds (Wikipedia), creating the potential for an acoustic nightmare in performing a piece of this magnitude! The performance was attended by 4,000 guests, including Emperor Franz Joseph I and other imperial majesties of Austria-Hungary, ecclesiastical dignitaries, well-known musicians, and members of the press. After the premiere, Liszt (and others) continued to make various small changes and corrections to the original score. The first publication was in 1859, by the Imperial Printing House, Vienna, followed by subsequent editions and variations (piano reductions, etc.) by J. Schuberth (1871.), G. Schirmer (1909.), etc. This particular edition/volume contains NO individual parts (violin, flute, soprano, etc.) for actual performance but IS an actual, complete copy of the entire conductor's score, meaning that it includes all the orchestral, organ, vocal soloist (SATB), and choral (SATB) parts (with vocal text) all together for a conductor to use in rehearsal or performance. This edition was published by J. Schuberth & Co. (no date), likely in Leipzig (rather than New York or Philadelphia), as the names of the instruments are listed in German, and the price on the front cover is listed in Thaler, an old German/European coinage. The work is complete: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei, with all parts readable, even where margins are chipped. An excellent copy for the conducting student, Liszt afficionado, musical researcher, or someone interested in Hungarian/Esztergom ecclesiastical history. (For an excellent article by Morten Solvik on Liszt's writing of this work, see this link from the American Symphony Orchestra's web site. Fair (Ex-lib., usual markings; heavy wear to extremities of boards; spine mostly gone; front and back boards detached but present; ffep and title pages detached and heavily chipped; main block secure and mostly in good condition but with brittle page edges) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Prusse s'Arrêtant. La Ligne Exacte De Démarcation De L'Armistice. Le contour de l'animal montre d'une maniere Absolument Exacte les lignes occupées par les belligérants pendant l'armistice.

      1871 - London: Edward Stanford, 14th February 1871. Tinted lithograph, sheet 405 x 525mm. A few repairs. An extremely rare broadsheet caricature map of France at the end of the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1), with the area occupied by the Prussians depicted as a lion's head with the face of Wilhelm I. After France declared war in July 1870 the Prussians mobilised more quickly and swept into northern France and within two months had captured Napoleon III and had Paris under siege. The fall of the French capital on 28th January 1871 led to an armistice while the terms of the French surrender could be agreed. Two weeks later this pro-French propaganda map was published in London, using the symbolism of the carnivorous lion because 'of the uncontrollable voracity of Prussia exemplified by the veracity of their present demands', which included the annexation of both Alsace and Lorraine. The success of these demands led to the rise of 'revanchism' in France and British concern about the balance of power in Europe, both major factors in the outbreak of the First World War

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        La oposicion liberal - conservadora en las Cortes Constituyentes de 1869 a 1871.Coleccion de discursos publicada por D. Antonio Canovas del Castillo,D. Joaquin Vazquez de Puga,D. Luis Estrada,D. Jose de Elduayen,D. Saturnino Alvarez Bugallal,D. Manuel

      Imprenta de M. Rivadeneyra, Madrid 1871 - hoalndesa moderna bien conservada con hierros y nervios dorados en el lomo, Quiroga Vázquez y D. Francisco Siluela, Diputados de aquellas Cortes recopilación de los discursos pronunciados en las Cortes de 1869 a 1871,por un grupo de Diputados monárquicos y liberales partidarios de la legitimidad del Príncipe Alfonso y contrarios a la revolución de 1868. . 600 págs.

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        Hongkong. Piratenstrasse.

      Berlin, R. Wagner (1871 - 1874).. Chromolithographie, montiert auf starkem Karton. Rückseitig mit Titeletikett. Bildgr.: 34 x 24 cm; Untersatzkarton: 45,5 x 56 cm. - - - BITTE UM BEACHTUNG: AUSLIEFERUNG BESTELLTER BÜCHER KANN BETRIEBSBEDINGT ERST AB 14.02.2018 GESCHEHEN!!! - - - PLEASE NOTE: ORDERED BOOKS WILL BE SHIPPED NOT BEFORE 14/02/2018 !!!

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        Pilgrimage To The Caaba and Charing Cross

      London, W. H. Allen & Co., [1871]., 1871. 8vo. VIII, 174, 8, (2) pp. With mounted photo portrait frontispiece. Original elaborately gilt stamped forest green cloth. All edges red. Slight wear to spine ends. First and only edition; inscribed copy. Scarce.The author, Hafiz Ahmed Hassan was in the service of the Nawab of Tonk, a small kingdom in today's Rajastan. The account commences with a description of the Tonk state, it's administration and political intrigues. In 1870 the Nawab made a pilgrimage to Mecca and Hassan accompanied him. The journey starts from Bombay and continues via Aden and Jedda before reaching Mecca and Medina. Includes interesting information about Mecca and the proceedings of the Hajj at this time.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1871 - 1871 Wisden : Rebound without Covers

      1871. Hi, This is a Wisden from the Adrian Ellis Collection. 1871 : Rebound without Covers This Wisden is bound in light brown with gilt to the spine, the internal book is excellent, a tiny amount of spotting to the title page and page block but other than that it is in excellent condition.

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        Al-Kitab al-Muqaddas, Ay Kutub al-’Ahd al-Qadim wa al ahd al Jadeed. The Holy Bible. Old and New Testaments. TWO VOLUMES IN ONE.

      British and Foreign Bible Society, Oxford 1871 - 1258 pp., / 422 pp., Arabic text within borders, contemporary embossed calf, worn, title gilt on spine, hinges weak, speckled red, copy inside clean & in very good condition, translated from the original Hebrew and Chaldee and Greek texts. The most popular translation is the Van Dyck Version, funded by the Syrian Mission and the American Bible Society. The project was the brainchild of Eli Smith, and started around 1847, centred in Beirut. After Eli Smith's death it was completed under the direction of Cornelius Van Allen Van Dyck. Others involved included Nasif al Yaziji, Boutros al Bustani, and Yusuf al-Asir. The New Testament was completed on March 9, 1860, followed by the Old Testament on March 10, 1865. The original manuscript is preserved in the Near East School of Theology Library in Beirut. About 10 million copies of this version have been distributed since 1865. It has been accepted by the Coptic Church and the Protestant churches. This translation was based mostly on the same Textus Receptus as the King James Version of the Bible, and follows a more literal style of translation. Most printings of the Van Dyck version uses the same basic printing plates which have been employed for years (possibly the same plates that were made when the translation was first adopted). These plates employ the "stacking" version of writing Arabic, in which, for example, letters that precede other specified letters, such as jim, are written vertical to rather than horizontal to that letter. This style of Arabic can be hard to read at times, especially for non-native students of Arabic. More recently, newer printings of the Van Dyck have been made which employ a more common, straightforward Arabic font. The Van Dyck translation was done at the beginning of the revival of Modern Standard Arabic as a literary language, and consequently many of the terms coined did not enter into common use. One indication of this is a recent edition of the Van Dyck printed by the Bible Society in Egypt, which includes a glossary of little-understood vocabulary, with around 3000 entries. In addition to obsolete or archaic terms, this translation uses religious terminology that Muslim or other non-Christian readers may not understand Is?a?, a Syriac borrowing meaning a chapter of the Bible; ????? tajdif, the word for blasphemy.) It should also be noted that an Arab Muslim reading the Bible in Arabic (especially if reading the New Testament) will find the style quite different from the style that is used in the Qur'an (this is more or less true of all Arabic translations of the Bible). Also of note is the fact that religious terminology familiar to Muslims was not used very much in this version of the Bible, as is the case in most Arabic versions of the Bible. Size: 4to. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Commune de Paris remercie Agar au début de la semaine sanglante.

      - 1 lettre autographe signée 1 In-folio 20/05/1871 Datée du 30 floréal an 79. Tranches dorées. Cachet rouge au bonnet phrygien "République française - Garde nationale - 18 mars 1871". pliures, petits trous d'épingle [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        La Commune de Paris proclame la séparation de l'Église et de l'État.

      - 3 affichette, lettre autographe signée et lettre signée 3 In-4 8 - 23 mai 1871 Deux lettres sont à l'entête de la Direction des Ambulances de la République Universelle - Palais de l'industrie. pliures, très légers défauts Bel ensemble provenant du docteur Joseph Rousselle, l'un des meneurs de la Commune. 1. Affichette de la direction des ambulances de la république universelle. "Considérant que la Commune a décrété la séparation de l'Eglise et de l'Etat, et que, d'autre part, il importe de laisser toute liberté à chaque citoyen de vivre et de mourir selon sa croyance, s'il en a une, j'ai fait enlever des salles d'ambulances tout insigne religieux, de n'importe quel culte ; j'en ai interdit l'entrée aux membres de toutes sectes ou corporations religieuses [.]. J'ai surtout eu soin d'écarter des blessés ces visites fatigantes de gens qui, sous prétexte de religion, viennent démoraliser les blessés, et ajouter aux souffrances physiques des tortures morales [.]". 2. Certificat du Dr Rousselle délivré le 8 mai 1871, pour le citoyen Ferrero-Gola "ex-chirurgien de Garibaldi" qui avait été chargé d'inspecter le service médical des forts et des ambulances volantes sous Paris. 3. Certificat délivré durant la semaine sanglante, le 23 mai 1871, en faveur du citoyen Henri qui avait été mis à disposition du service des ambulances. 4. Carte de visite du Dr Rousselle portant au dos le cachet des ambulances volantes "Société de secours aux blessés". Rare ensemble. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex (2 volumes, 1871)

      New York: D. Appleton, 1871. Hardcover. Very Good. First U.S. edition, later issue (no errata), published 1871. 2 volumes, 8vo, terracotta cloth stamped in black with gilt titles on spines, 409 / 436 pp, ads. Very good tight set, light wear and soil. 1887 Ownership signature of James D. Seguin of New Orleans, famous in his day as a champion chess player who wrote a column on chess for the New Orleans Times Democrat.

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        Les Prêtres, 1871

      Unpag. album containing a total of 42 lithographed political cartoons and caricatures, from a numbered suite of 29 unique and individual images, most images presented in duplicate with some examples featuring hand-coloring and some in the original black-and-white, depicting French military and political figures from the time of the end of the Franco-Prussian War, the siege of Paris, the Paris Commune, and the Armistice of Versailles, including Ernest Picard, Gustave Flourens, the Marquis de Galliffet, and Louis Veuillot, together with allegorical figures and other stylized characterizations, each captioned below the image and with Moloch's signature within the plate. Some scattered toning and very minor foxing. Folio. Half-calf with marbled boards. Some abrasions especially along spine. Paris (Chez Deforêt et César/Talons) 1871. Hector Moloch was a French cartoonist and caricaturist who published his works in journals and newspapers such as Chanteclair, La Fronde, L'Éclipse, Le Greot, Le Pêle-mêle, Le Chambard Socialiste, L'Assiette au Beurre, and others. These caricatures are an important historical document from a time of great political and social upheaval in Paris. Very scarce; as of January 2018, WorldCat locates one copy of a similar title in a North American institution, but with what appears to be one copy of each of the caricatures.

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        Visits to High Tartary, Yarkand, and Kashghar (formerly Chinese Tartary), and Return Journey over the Karakoram Pass.

       London, John Murray 1871. gr.-8°. XV, (1), 486 S., 32 S. (Verlagsanz.) Mit 1 farblith. Frontisp., 1 Titelvign., 6 (3 davon in tonlithgogr.) Taf., 5 Textabb. u. 2 gefalt. Karte. (Komplett!) OLn. Einbd. m. Gold- u. Schwarzpräg.Kashghar ist ein Knotenpunkt der Seidenstraße und Ausgangspunkt des Karakorum Highways. Robert Shaw hatte sich im Himalaya als Teepflanzer niedergelassen. Er entschied sich die Gegend nördlich des Karakorum zu erforschen. Als erster Engländer erreichte er Yarkand und Kashghar im Winter 1868/69. / gr.-8°. XV, (1), 486 pp., 32 pp. (advert.) with 1 coloured lithograph. frontispice, 1 title-vign., 6 (3 lithgogr.) plates., 5 textill. and 2 folded maps. (complete!) Orig. cloth with gilt and black stamps. - Kashghar is a junction of the Silk Road and the starting point of the Karakorum Highway. Robert Shaw had settled in the Himalayas as a tea planter. He decided to explore the area north of the Karakorum. He was the first Englishman to reach Yarkand and Kashghar in the winter of 1868/69. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Reise, Asien

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        Grundriß der Volkswirthschaftslehre. Für das Selbststudium wie für den Unterricht an Lehranstalten 2., nach dem Tode des Verfassers veranstaltete Aufl. bearb. von Friedrich Kleinwächter

      Stuttgart Verlag von Julius Maier 1871 2., nach dem Tode des Verfassers veranstaltete Aufl., HalbLeinenband der Zeit, 8°, XVI, 250 Seiten; Exemplar gestempelt; Zustand: gutVersand D: 9,00 EUR

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        Lives of the Queens of England of the House of Hanover - Extra Illustrated

      Richard Bentley 1871 - Two Volumes in Three. Thick Octavo's. Full brown/olive green levant morocco, gilt backs and sides, gilt tops, inner border of morocco, uncut. Name of 'Mary E. Plummer' in gilt letters to front boards, beneath which is a coat of arms. Light rubbing to extremities. Floral end papers. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 220 plates, some coloured, and few text illustrations, and extended from two to 3 volumes by Mary E. Plummer. (Her bookplate to each volume). Overall a Near Fine set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        銅鐫 地球萬國方圖 [Dōsen chikyū bankoku hōzu] [Map of the position of the world on the earth]

      Tokyo, Japan : 須原屋茂兵衛 [Suharaya Mohei] and 須原屋伊八 [Suharaya Ihachi], Meiji 4 [1871]. Hand coloured copper plate print, 980 x 1210 mm folding to 170 x 250 mm, with original cover and title label, lacking paper portfolio (title label silverfished, covers with some minor stains), map with silverfishing across, repaired with Japanese tissue. A map of the world on a Mercator projection bordered by flags of the world. Includes a preface by 村上義茂 [Murakami Yoshishige], a Meiji-era French-speaking linguist. The information section beneath the map includes information on major countries and cities, as well as attributing the map to an 1870 publication by the American ミッチェール [Micchēru], most likely the prolific geographer Samuel Augustus Mitchell (1790-1868).

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        Electoral Disabilities of Women. A Lecture Delivered at the New Hall, Tavistock, March 11th, 1871

      [n.p.]: Printed for the Bristol & West of England Society of Women's Suffrage by the Tavistock Printing Company, 1871. First edition. Disbound and stitched at the spine; front wrapper partially detached with small paper loss to upper left corner not affecting text. Internally clean and complete, with all 23 pages unmarked and bright. A Near Fine copy of this exceptionally rare pamphlet, which does not appear in modern auction records or at any institutions according to OCLC. A suffragist rather than a more militant suffragette, Dame Millicent Fawcett employed dispassionate, rational arguments to make a case for women's rights. The lecture recorded in this pamphlet is a prime example of her methods, as the Electoral Disabilities of Women sets out and deconstructs seven common arguments against women's enfranchisement. Drawing on the philosophy of John Stuart Mill and Erasmus Darwin, Fawcett calls for logical consistency in Britain's application of disability laws, asserting that if concerns about women's intellect, emotion, or education levels are what bar them from civic participation, those same concerns must shape when and how men gain the right to vote.

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        A Practical Treatise on Labor

      G.W. Carleton & Co, New York 1871 - First edition. Small thick octavo. 405pp., frontispiece portrait. Green cloth gilt. Foxing to the foredge and to the preliminary and terminal leaves, small stain on front board, a tight, very good copy. Inscribed by the author and four-term Pennsylvania Congressman to his aunt: "Aunt Sarah Wright will please accept this book as a testimonial of the high regard in which the Author holds her in his remembrance. Aug. 18, 1871." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Correspondance de 17 lettres de Léopold Delisle à Gabriel Marcel.

      - 17 lettres autographes signées 21 In-8 1871-1898 bon Intéressante correspondance, en particulier sur les acquisitions faites par la Bibliothèque nationale pour la section de géographie. « La Bibliothèque a-t-elle intérêt à acquérir le petit atlas & à quel prix maximum pourrait-elle en donner ? ». « Madame Thuillier accepte les 50 frs que je lui ai proposés pour le lot de cartes que vous aviez évalué à cette somme. Je les lui ai payés. Vous pouvez faire la proposition au nom de M. Paul, notre libraire, qui en remboursera la somme après encaissement ». « Madame de Boutin-Thuillier nous cède les pièces énoncées sur la feuille ci-jointe [ici absente]. Pour la décider, j'ai dû lui offrir 350 fr et lui faire l'avance de cette somme [.]. Il est entendu que le libraire ne prendra point de commission puisqu'il n'a rien déboursé ». « L'annonce de la visite des orientalistes m'est confirmée pour aujourd'hui vers 2 heures. Ils traverseront, je pense, votre section [.] ». « [.]. On me laisse entrevoir le moyen d'en obtenir un exemplaire si la Bibliothèque ne possède pas déjà cette très belle carte ». « Un professeur de Prague demande si la Bibliothèque possède une carte d'Islande publiée en 1548 à Paris chez Gourmont [.] ». « Je vous prie d'examiner l'atlas ci-joint qui m'est communiqué par M. Brac, inspecteur de l'enregistrement. M. Brac désire en connaître la valeur et serait disposé à nous céder les pièces qui seraient à notre convenance [.] ». « Prière à M. Marcel de vouloir bien traiter ce volume, qui vient de la Bibliothèque du palais de Compiègne, et de m'en envoyer la carte de catalogue portant la cote que l'atlas aura reçu dans les collections de la section géographique », « Le président de la commission du contesté franco-brésilien jugeant qu'il est urgent de vous faire examiner des documents conservés en Suisse, et que cet examen vous obligera à rester absent de Paris une huitaine de jours, je m'empresse de vous donner l'autorisation de faire ce voyage [.] », etc. Paléographe. Administrateur de la bibliothèque nationale, il réforme complètement cette administration, impulse l'impression du Catalogue général. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Antique Master Print-LANDSCAPE-REST ON THE FLIGHT TO EGYPT-Bresdin-1871

      1871 - Antique Master Print, untitled. Fantastic landscape with the rest on the flight to Egypt. From and edition printed around 1975. State: Second state of 2. Ref: Van Gelder 138. Etching on wove paper. Watermark: Monogram Made by 'Rodolphe Bresdin' after own design. Rodolphe Bresdin (1822-1885) was one the most influential and enigmatic artists in France in the 19th. Century. Very good, given age. Large margins, some foxing. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 33.3 x 42 cm. The image size is ca. 22.5 x 28.7 cm. The overall size is ca. 13.1 x 16.5 inch. The image size is ca. 8.9 x 11.3 inch. Storage location: Expo

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      Boston: Alexander Moore, 1871. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Farquhar observed that "Kneeland took pains to get reliable information and present it with more than ordinary care. The photographic illustrations are excellent and include some unusual views," while Currey and Kruska note that Kneeland, a professor of zoology and physiology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "produced one of the better early guide books to the Yosemite Valley..." Illustrated with ten mounted albumen photographs credited to John P. Soule and a few textual engravings. Tall octavo. In a contemporary full blue morocco binding, with "Harleyford Manor" stamped in gilt on the front. Red ink ownership inscription, dated December 15, 1871, to the top edge of the title page. Small bit of foxing, largely to the prefatory leaves. Occasional minor edgewear to the boards; else very good. Currey and Kruska 225; Farquhar 10a.

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        Souvenirs du Siège de Paris. Les Défenseurs de la Capitale. [SUIVI DE:] Paris assiégé. Vie parisienne. [ET DE :] Les Soldats de la République. L'Armée française en Campagne.

      - Paris, Au Bureau de L'Eclipse (impr. Coulboeuf / Barousse), (1871-1872). In-4, (2 : titre) et 31 pl.--(2 : titre) et 31 pl.--(2 : titre) et 31 pl., reliure de l'époque pleine percaline rouge, titre doré sur le plat supérieur (reliure gauchie et abîmée : mors supérieur fendillé, restaurations au dos). Complet des 31+31+31 planches en couleurs. * Voir photographies / See pictures. *** Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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        Mark Twain's (BURLESQUE) Autobiography and First Romance [WITH] the Original Edition in Wraps

      New York; (1871): Sheldon & Co. Small Octavo. First state without ad on verso of title page. 46pp, (2)pp. ads at rear, bound in publisher's green cloth lettered in gilt, pale yellow endpapers. Twain's fictional history of his ancestry with anonymous illustrations satirizing Jay Gould and the Erie Railroad scandal. A very nice copy with minor wear to lower spine end and one corner, bookseller's ticket to front pastedown. [Together with] First edition, 2nd state of this title issued in wrappers, some light chipping to spine, damp stain to upper corner, two corners chipped on rear wrapper. [BAL 3326]. $875.

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        / Pictorial instruction on Western writing for children

      n.p., 1871. Accordion-fold pamphlet, 6.75" x 5' 15" (3.25" folded), the top half a chart representing hiragana, katakana, and romaji writing, the bottom a collection of hand-colored images representing animals, toys, and household items with their Japanese names written in hiragana and romaji; original blue covers and printed paper label; covers lightly worn, near fine. We locate only 2 copies in Japan.

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