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         LECCE E I SUOI MONUMENTI LA CITTA

      GAETANO CAMPANELLA, LECCE 1874 - ITALIANO Volume primo della raccolta. Mancanza di dorso e pagine conseguentemente scollate. Copertina con alone di becca all'angolo superiore e piccolo strappo. Tagli scuriti ed irregolari e pagine tutt'ora intonse; prime pagine leggermente scurite da fattore tempo; pagina 29 con aloni di scurimento ai margini. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,99 euro.

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         The West and Lee Game and Printing Co.'s Illustrated Catalogue of Chivalrie with Rules of the Game

      Worcester: West & Lee Game, 1874. First Edition.. orig. publisher's wrappers.. A very good copy with some light marginal wear; last two leaves with some bug damage to blank margin.. 8vo. There are text illus. and 5 large fldg. woodcuts. West and Lee patented the game in 1873. They issued this rule book and trade catalog for the equipment in 1874. The game is a form of croquet. It is played with elaborate cast iron structures that are the ' gates ' of the modern game. West and Lee were the suppliers of all the equipment. The large fldg. woodcuts illustrate the game and gardens as well as the well dressed participants. Absent from Drazin.

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         John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1874 - 1874 Original Front Wrapper Incredibly Rare

      1874. On offer here is an 1874 Wisden that has it's original front wrapper together with a facsimile spine and rear wrapper. After the 1875 and 1864 and perhaps the 1869, 1874 is the rarest of all Wisden and I think only one has been offered for sale on Wisden Auction before. This copy retains it's original front wrapper but as will be seen from the photograph it has areas of darkening and discolouration and the bottom right hand corner has been restored. The first few pages also have areas of discolouration but in my view these do not detract from the book itself. The discolouration lessens so that by the time you reach page 11 there is no trace. The remaining contents are complete, original and in very nice condition. The last page has the remains of a sellotape mark to it. The spine and facsimile rear cover have been very sympathetically done and are in fine condition. Overall this is a very presentable copy of a very rare book. If a prospective purchaser would prefer I could have the book rebound by Scriveners Bookbinders in Buxton, Derbyshire who do a fabulous job of rebinding Wisden in a variety leather and cloth bindings. Don't hesitate to ask for details.

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         Volume containing 10 titles demonstrating Walras's developing theories of economic equilibrium.]

      Various places: Various publishers, 1874–91 - 10 works bound in 1 volume, octavo. Later green cloth, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, yellow endpapers, edges uncut. Manuscript contents leaf pasted to front free endpaper verso in black and red ink plus several section division leaves in manuscript. Spine rolled, ends bumped with some short snags at head, extremities lightly rubbed, hinges gently cracked but firm, a few nicks to upper edge of first leaf, half-title a little loose, some pamphlets evenly browned, overall a very good volume. From the library of the Royal Statistical Society of London, with a label to front pastedown and their stamps occasionally to contents, with a few neat pencil annotations to the text. Manuscript list of contents in ink to front free endpaper verso. A collection of Walras's essays, including the first edition of Théorie de la monnaie and the first separate editions of his articles on bimetallism and price variation, from the years of his "second phase of theoretical activity, his period of high creativity and maximum theoretical prolificacy" (Walker, p. 9), when he was in the process of developing his initial comprehensive model of general equilibrium that would eventually appear in the first edition of Éléments, and his later period of maturity during the 1880s and 1890s, when he "significantly extended, refined, and altered his system, particularly in regard to capital, money, and equilibrating mechanisms, and composed numerous essays on applied and normative economics" (The New Palgrave IV, p. 854). Several of these articles, written after Walras's appointment as professor of political economy at the University of Lausanne in 1871, were first delivered to the Vaudois Society of National Science in Lausanne (and then printed in their Bulletin), and others were published in the Journal des Économistes as well as in publications of various other societies. This volume has a pertinent mathematical provenance, having been bound together for the Royal Statistical Society of London who, in the late 19th century, were acquiring material for their library which was deemed to have made a valuable contribution to statistical and economic science. A note at the foot of the manuscript list of contents erads "N.B. Nos 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, & 10 of the above form the book called Théorie mathématique de la richesse sociale." Bound up together are the following titles: a) Principe d'une théorie mathématique de l'échange. Mémoire lu à l'académie des sciences morales et politiques (Séances des 16 et 23 août 1873). Orléans: Ernest Colas, 1874. Pp. [5], 6–24, 1 folding plate. A bright, clean copy. Original offprint, separately paginated, first published in Paris by Alphonse Picard in January 1874 after Walras read the essay to the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences the previous year. Sraffa 6240; Walker 103. b) Équations de la capitalisation. Mémoire lu à la société vaudoise des sciences naturelles (Séance du 5 juillet 1876). Extrait du Bulletin de la Soc. Vaud. des Sciences naturelles. –2e S. Vol. XV. No 77. Lausanne: L. Corbaz et Comp., 1876. Pp. [4], 525–64. Contents evenly browned and a little brittle, a few chips to fore-edge of half-titleand a few other leaves. Original offprint, retaining the original pagination, with the erroneous title page statement (it actually appeared in volume XIV). There is some debate as to the date of the essay—the Bulletin article is dated a year later, 1877—and it is quite possible that the tirage à part was published before the essay's appearance in the journal. Sraffa 6242; Walker 122. c) Equations de l'echange. Equations de la production. Mémoires lus à la société Vaudoise des sciences naturelles (Séances des 1er et 15 décembre 1875, 19 janvier et 16 février 1876). Extrait du Bulletin de la Société Vaudoise des Sciences naturelles. Lausanne: Allenspach fils, 1876. Pp. [2], 365–430 (separately paginated 1-66). A few nicks to upper leaf edges. Original offprint, retaining the original pagination and separate pagination,

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         Contes et Nouvelles En Vers

      Chez A. Barraud, Paris 1874 - 2 tomes en 2 volumes in-8 reliure demi maroquin d'époque, dos ornés, plats et gardes marbrés, tête dorée, reliure signée Petit. XLVI-XII-268 pp. et XI-316 pp. 85 planches d'après Charles Eisen. Tirage limité à 1004 exemplaires. Un des 300 ex. sur cavalier vergé. Beaux exemplaires très bien reliés.

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         [Volume containing 10 titles demonstrating Walras's developing theories of economic equilibrium.]

      Various places: Various publishers, , 1874–91. 10 works bound in 1 volume, octavo. Later green cloth, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, yellow endpapers, edges uncut. Manuscript contents leaf pasted to front free endpaper verso in black and red ink plus several section division leaves in manuscript. From the library of the Royal Statistical Society of London, with a label to front pastedown and their stamps occasionally to contents, with a few neat pencil annotations to the text. Manuscript list of contents in ink to front free endpaper verso. Spine rolled, ends bumped with some short snags at head, extremities lightly rubbed, hinges gently cracked but firm, a few nicks to upper edge of first leaf, half-title a little loose, some pamphlets evenly browned, overall a very good volume. A collection of Walras's essays, including the first edition of Théorie de la monnaie and the first separate editions of his articles on bimetallism and price variation, from the years of his "second phase of theoretical activity, his period of high creativity and maximum theoretical prolificacy" (Walker, p. 9), when he was in the process of developing his initial comprehensive model of general equilibrium that would eventually appear in the first edition of Éléments, and his later period of maturity during the 1880s and 1890s, when he "significantly extended, refined, and altered his system, particularly in regard to capital, money, and equilibrating mechanisms, and composed numerous essays on applied and normative economics" (The New Palgrave IV, p. 854). Several of these articles, written after Walras's appointment as professor of political economy at the University of Lausanne in 1871, were first delivered to the Vaudois Society of National Science in Lausanne (and then printed in their Bulletin), and others were published in the Journal des Économistes as well as in publications of various other societies. This volume has a pertinent mathematical provenance, having been bound together for the Royal Statistical Society of London who, in the late 19th century, were acquiring material for their library which was deemed to have made a valuable contribution to statistical and economic science. A note at the foot of the manuscript list of contents erads "N.B. Nos 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, & 10 of the above form the book called Théorie mathématique de la richesse sociale." Bound up together are the following titles: a) Principe d'une théorie mathématique de l'échange. Mémoire lu à l'académie des sciences morales et politiques (Séances des 16 et 23 août 1873). Orléans: Ernest Colas, 1874. Pp. [5], 6–24, 1 folding plate. A bright, clean copy. Original offprint, separately paginated, first published in Paris by Alphonse Picard in January 1874 after Walras read the essay to the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences the previous year. Sraffa 6240; Walker 103. b) Équations de la capitalisation. Mémoire lu à la société vaudoise des sciences naturelles (Séance du 5 juillet 1876). Extrait du Bulletin de la Soc. Vaud. des Sciences naturelles. –2e S. Vol. XV. No 77. Lausanne: L. Corbaz et Comp., 1876. Pp. [4], 525–64. Contents evenly browned and a little brittle, a few chips to fore-edge of half-titleand a few other leaves. Original offprint, retaining the original pagination, with the erroneous title page statement (it actually appeared in volume XIV). There is some debate as to the date of the essay—the Bulletin article is dated a year later, 1877—and it is quite possible that the tirage à part was published before the essay's appearance in the journal. Sraffa 6242; Walker 122. c) Equations de l'echange. Equations de la production. Mémoires lus à la société Vaudoise des sciences naturelles (Séances des 1er et 15 décembre 1875, 19 janvier et 16 février 1876). Extrait du Bulletin de la Société Vaudoise des Sciences naturelles. Lausanne: Allenspach fils, 1876. Pp. [2], 365–430 (separately paginated 1-66). A few nicks to upper leaf edges. Original offprint, retaining the original pagination and separate pagination, followed by a second offprint of Equations de la production. Sraffa 6241; Walker 118, 119. d) Théorie mathématique du bimétallisme. (Extraits du Journal des Économistes de Décembre 1876 et Mai 1881). Paris: Librairie de Guillaumin et Cie, 1881. Pp. [3], 4–16, 1 folding plate. Light vertical crease where previously folded, Royal Statistical Society stamp to heaf of title. First separate edition, a pamphlet in two parts: the first, a reprinting of Walras's "Note sur le 15 1/2 légal", and the second, a reprinting of his article on bimetallism. Walras was the first economist to work out the complete theory of the bimetallist standard at a fixed ratio. Sraffa 6243; Walker 153. e) De la fixité de valeur de l'étalon monétaire. Extrait du Journal des Economistes, no. d'octobre 1882. [Paris: printed by A. Parent & A Davy, 1882.] Pp. [1], 2–8, 1 folding plate. Light vertical crease from folding. Original offprint, separately paginated. Walker 158. f) D'une méthode de régularisation de la variation de valeur de la monnaie. Contribution à l'étude des variations des prix depuis la suspension de la frappe des écus d'argent. Mémoires lus à la Société Vaudoise des Sciences naturelles, les 6 mai et 3 juin 1885. (Extrait du Bulletin, vol. XXI, no. 92). Lausanne: Corbaz & Comp., 1885. Pp. [2], 22; 11, [1], 1 folding plate. Vertical crease where folded, Royal Statistical Society stamp at head of first leaf. First separate edition, the second co-authored with Alfred Simon, both articles republished after their original appearance in the Bulletin in August 1885. Sraffa 6254; Walker 166, 167. g) Théorie de la monnaie. Lausanne: Corbaz & cie., 1886. Pp. [V], VI–XII, [3], 4–123, [1], 4 folding plates. A few neat marginal annotations in pencil. First edition. Einaudi 5973; Mattioli 3804; Sraffa 6245; Walker 169. h) De l'échange de plusieurs marchandises entre elles. Extrait des mémoires de la Société des iIgénieurs civils (Janvier 1891). Paris: Cité Rougement, 1891. Pp. [3], 4–9, [1], 1 plate. Edges of title page browned, Royal Statistical Society stamp at head of title. Original offprint, separately paginated, with the title leaf and plate not included in the Société's journal. Sraffa 6247; Walker 179. i) Théorie mathématique du billet de banque. Pp. 553–92, 1 plate. [May 1880.] Vertical crease where previously folded, Royal Statistical Society stamp at head of first leaf. First edition, read to the Société on 19 November 1879. Walker 148. j) Théorie mathématique du prix des terres et de leur rachat par l'État. [June 1881.] Pp. 189–284, [1], 1 folding plate. First edition. Walker 154. A substantial pamphlet volume encompassing some of Walras's most characteristic work on general equilibrium theory and its effect on currency in the wake of his pioneering work, Éléments d'économie politique pure (1874).

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         The Stones of Venice : Volume the First: The Foundations. Volume the Second: The Sea-Stories. Volume the Third: The Fall. In three volumes

      London: Smith, Elder and Co. 1874. In 3 volumes complete. xxii, 400; viii, 394; iv, 362 pp. One of 1500 copies signed by the author John Ruskin at p. ix of the preface. Contemporary dark blue full calf. Raised bands to spines with gilt decoration and lettering. Top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. Bound by Bayntun. Spines uniformly lightened to brown. Gilt bright. Slight rubbing to spine ends. One board partially faded with mark to calf. Ink owner's name to title-page of volume one. Internally clean. With 53 full-page plates by the author, including some in colour. Additional in-text illustrations. Bindings firm. . Very Good. Full Calf. New Edition. 1874.

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         [India]

      [1860s-70s].. Oblong folio, measuring 33 x 45 cm. Contemporary brown half morocco over matching cloth boards, spine with raised bands, gilt rules. 52 original photographs mounted on card, mostly on rectos only, all captioned beneath the image in ink in the same early hand. 8 of the photographs, including a folding panorama, relate to Cape Town, the other 44 are of various Indian subjects - many topographical plus a few portraits. Some scuffing to the binding, occasional spotting, mostly to the mounts, very good overall. 22 of the Indian photos bear the blindstamp of the "Frith Series", another 12 are signed and numbered in the negative by Samuel Bourne. The first photo in the album "Parbutty [Parvati] near Poona" is most likely by Bourne's successor Colin Murray, but has also been attributed to Bourne by others. The subjects of the photos are mostly northern Indian - images in and around Lahore, Srinagar, Simla, Kullu and Delhi are featured as well as a particularly striking photograph of the Golden Temple of Amritsar. However, the album also ventures further south with images of Gwalior, Fatehpur Sikri, Lucknow and Varanasi plus the aforementioned photo of Pune and two photographs of Bombay (featuring the Harbour and the Town Hall). Four of the photographs are of people: an interesting shot of the "Inhabitants of Chumba" (Bourne 553), a "A Yâk Spiti" (Frith) plus two group shots of soldiers from Royal Horse Artillery dated 1874 and 1876. Of the R.H.A. photos the first show the sergeants of A & C Batteries, the second the "Chesnut [sic] Troop" (the alternate name of A Battery) in parade ground formation.

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         Cabinet Card Photograph of Charles Darwin

      Elliott & Fry, London 1874 - Cabinet card. Image size 4" x 5.75" on a slightly larger card. Captioned "Darwin" under the image. Photographer's marks below the image and on the verso. The image is crisp and very near fine. Darwin with long white beard is pictured from the chest up and from the side.

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         Geschichte des Herzogthums Steiermark. 9 in 5 Bänden.

      Gr.-8. Mit 2 lithogr. Titelbildern, 3 (2 lithogr. u. 1 gest.) Titelportraits, 2 lithogr. Titeln m. Vignette, 1 lithogr. Zwischentitel, 20 (1 mehrf. gefalt.) lithogr. Tafeln, 2 gefalt. Stammtafeln u. einer mehrf. gefalt. Karte. Zus. ca. 4100 S., Einheitliche spätere HLdr.-Bde. m. goldgepr. Rückentiteln. Erstausgabe des bedeutenden steirischen Geschichtswerkes mit dem seltenen, erst 1874 erschienenen 9. Band von Georg Göth Alphabetisches Register der in Muchars Geschichte der Steiermark Band I-VIII vorkommenden Namen von Personen, Orten und Sachen. - [...] Ehe er sein Hauptwerk, Die Geschichte der Steiermark, zu bearbeiten begann, sammelte er jahrelang aus Hand- und Druckschriften die überall zerstreuten Urkunden und römischen Steinschriften, die darauf Bezug hatten, und brachte an die Tausende von wichtigen Auszügen zu Stande, welche er seiner Hauptarbeit alsdann zu Grunde legte [...] (Wurzbach). - Wie fast immer fehlt eine nicht gefalt. Karte in Bd. 1 (Ausschnitt aus der Tabula Peutingeriana). - Einbände etw. berieben u. (Deckeln) fleckig. Einige Bll. angefalzt. Durchg. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Schlossar 1 Wurzbach XIX, 307f.

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         NEWTON'S PRINCIPIA, THE MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, By SIR ISAAC NEWTON ; Translated into English By Andrew Motte. TO WHICH IS ADDED NEWTON'S SYSTEM OF THE WORLD ; With a Portrait Taken from the Bust in the Royal Observatory of Greenwich. First American Edition, Carefully Revised and Corrected, With a Life of the Author, By N. W. Chittenden, M. A. , & c

      New York: Daniel Adee, 176 Fulton Street [1874]. Later printing. 4, v-vii, [1-blank], [9]-581 pages. 8vo. Original green cloth with salmon endpapers. Gilt titles and spine decoration head and tail.Fraying to head of spine panel, with top 1 3/4 inches of front joint cloth wearing through. Front hinge paper cracked. Rear hinge sound. A few signatures starting to come loose, partially separating from the stitching. Still a fundamentally sound copy noting a few dings to the board edges. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Sir Isaac Newton. Corner tips turned with minor wear, minor shelf wear overall.Previous owner's name on front pastedown endpaper. Cloth. Although the title page notes "First American Edition" and the copyright page is dated 1846, this is a later printing, published circa 1874 based on lack of portrait subscription or date, 176 Fulton Street address and lack of title page date (see Wallis & Wallis 27.2, Cohen #3). The First American edition was first published in 1848 (NOT 1846) and first editions are routinely mis-identified based on the copyright page information. The work was reprinted for many years from the same stereotype, issues differing only by date (or absence of date), publisher, publisher's address, and portrait subscription (or lack thereof). In 1970 scholar and historian I.B.Cohen in ''The American editions of Newton's Principia'' (Wallis 62.472) provided a much needed guide which updated Babson and Gray's work on this title.Cohen's work was updated by and subsequently incorporated into Wallis's "Newton and Newtoniana 1672-1975, A Bibliography" by Peter and Ruth Wallis (See 26, 27.2, 62.472). See also Babson 23; Gray 26 both referring to the first American Edition. As is often the case with American cloth bindings from this period, this work is hard to find in nice condition, and this example exhibits the usual wear to the binding. Good.

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         Atlas dressé pour l'histoire de la géographie et des découvertes géographiques depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu'a a nos jours

      Librairie Hachette et Cie., Paris 1874 - 4 + XII pp páginas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A Journey To the Centre of the Earth

      NY: Scribner, Armstrong & Co. 1874 - Jules Verne. A Journey To the Centre of the Earth. NY: Scribner, Armstrong & Co., nd (1874), 1st. American edition, viii, 413 pp., publisher's catalog (6 pp.). *** A rare 1st. American edition of this classic science fiction novel about a hollow earth with its own exotic flora and fauna. With a frontis. engraved illustration, illustrated title page, and fifty-four (54) engraved plate illustrations by Riou. Sold by subscription only. *** This book comes with a clear mylar protective cover. *** Bound in green cloth boards with beveled edges, stamped pictorial and decorative gilt and paint on the front cover and on the spine. Covers have moderate soil, some wear at corners. The contents are clean and complete in a good, slightly cocked binding. A chip in the bottom margin of one plate with no loss. White spot at top of back end paper. Small private library label at top of front end paper. The binding has been professionally resewn and the book re-cased with original spine re-backed, so it is good to go for at least another century. *** 8 inches tall by 5.75 inches [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         SPEAKING LIKENESSES

      Macmillan and Co., London 1874 - Rossetti, Christina. SPEAKING LIKENESSES. London: Macmillan and Co., 1874. First edition, first issue. 12mo - 5-1/16" x 7-3/8". Royal-blue cloth covered boards with bright gilt decoration and lettering to upper board and spine with touches of shelf wear, wear to the head and tail of spine and a slightly sunned spine for what is a bright, clean copy of the book. AEG. Chocolate brown endpapers. 96 pp. Illustrated with tissue-guarded frontis and title page vignette, plus ten additional illustrations, all by Arthur Hughes. The condition of the book is VERY GOOD +. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         First Melbourne General Catalogue of 1227 Stars, for the Epoch 1870, Deduced from Observations Extending from 1863 to 1870 made at the Melbourne Observatory / Scond Melbourne general Catalogue of 1211 Stars for the Epoch 1880

      John Ferres, Government Printer 1874,1889. - 63,63 Seiten; Das hier angebotene Buch stammt aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel.). Buchschnitt und Seitenränder alters-/papierbedingt angebräunt; Einbandkanten sind leicht bestossen; der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1060

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         Cabinet Card Photograph of Charles Darwin

      London: Elliott & Fry, 1874. Near Fine. Cabinet card. Image size 4" x 5.75" on a slightly larger card. Captioned "Darwin" under the image. Photographer's marks below the image and on the verso. The image is crisp and very near fine. Darwin with long white beard is pictured from the chest up and from the side.

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         Translations from the Hakayit Abdulla Bin Abdulkar Munshi

      First English Translation. 8vo. Modern quarter morocco, red morocco label with gilt lettering to spine, half title, photo lithographic frontispiece, pages browned. viii, 349pp. London, Henry S. King & Co.

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         Sochinenija V. Belinskij v 12 tomah = Collected Works by V. G. Belinsky in 12 volumes.

      Moskva: A. I. Mamontov, 1874-1881.(). 12 vols., mixed editions but uniform set. 8vo. vol. 1 with frontispiece and portrait of the author. Inscription in ink by the author on frontispiece verso dated 1882. Text in Russian. Very good in green cloth with lettering and decoration in gilt and black; faded marbled edges, extremities lightly rubbed. Vol. 2: light foxing to f.e.p and title page; underlining and markings in pencil on some pages. Vol. 3: light foxing throughout; underlining and writings in pencil on some pages and on f.e.p. Vol. 4: underlining and writings in pencil on some pages and on f.e.p. Vol. 5: underlining and markings on some pages. Vol. 8: underlining and writings in pencil on some pages and on f.e.p. Vol. 10: light foxing throughout. Extra shipping charges will apply.

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         Rivista penale di Dottrina, Legislazione e Giurisprudenza diretta da Luigi LUCCHINI con la scorta e la collaborazione di molti criminalisti italiani e stranieri

      Salmin - Utet. Collezione che parte dal primo anno volume 1 del 1874 all'anno 1964 con alcuni anni mancanti, uniti i supplementi dal volume 1 del 1892 al volume 26 del 1917. Riparte poi in fascicoli dal 1924 fino 1930, dal 1932 fino al 1936, 1942, dal 1946 al 1951, dal 1953 al 1956, dal 1959 al 1964. Fino al 1918 i volumi sono rilegati con un elegante mezza pergamena con tasselli in pelle e titolo in oro Sono rilegati in cartone editoriale gli anni 1888 e 1889 e è in fascicoli il 1913. Mancano gli anni 1931,1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1952, 1957, 1958. Alcune annate sono prive di indice generale.

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         La guerre franco-allemande.

      1874 - Berlin, Paris, E. Siegfried, J. Dumaine, 1874-1882; grands in8, VII + 640pp+180ff + de 641 à 1421pp+de 181ff à 357ff + 556pp+228ff+IX+de 557 à 1111pp+de 229 à 502ff + XV+de 1112 à1466pp+de 503 à 1003ff, reliures demi-chagrin tabac de l'époque, dos à nerfs, titre auteur et tomaisons frappés or au dos. Les 5 volumes. Le monument de la guerre de 1870 !!! Volume I : Première partie Histoire de la guerre jusqu'à la chute de l'empire. Premier volume. Du début des hostilités à la bataille de Gravelotte, édité en 1874. Volume II : Première partie Histoire de la guerre jusqu'à la chute de l'empire. Deuxième volume. De la bataille de Gravelotte à la chute de l'empire, édité en 1875. Volume III : Seconde partie Histoire de la guerre contre la république. Premier volume. Depuis l'investissement de Paris jusqu'à la reprise d'Orléans par les allemands, édité en 1878. Volume IV : Seconde partie Histoire de la guerre contre la république. Deuxième volume. (IVe volume de l'ouvrage complet) Evénements dans le nord de la France depuis la fin de novembre dans le nord ouest depuis le commencement de décembre et siège de paris depuis le commencement de décembre jusqu'à l'Armistice. Opérations dans le sud-estdu milieu de décembre au milieu de janvier, édité en 1880. Volume V : Seconde partie Histoire de la guerre contre la république. Troisième volume (Ve et dernier de l'ouvrage complet) Les événements dans le sud-est de la france depuis le milieu de janvier jusqu'à la cessation des hostilités. Les communications avec l'arrière. L'armistice. Marche rétrograde et occupation. Coup d'oeil rétrospectif, édité en 1882. Cet ensemble est agrémenté de l'ensemble des cartes, plans et croquis,en couleurs, en noir et dépliants. Soit au total 67 !! L'ensemble est complet, ce qui est incroyable, et collationné bien sûr. la traduction de Paul-Emile Costa de Serda de cette immense ouvrage rédigé par la Section historique du grand état major prussien est la référence suprême. A noter que c'est le Capitaine Ch. Kussler, professeur d'allemand à l'école supérieure de guerre, qui termina l'ouvrage (dernier volume). L'amateur de 70 appréciera?.

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         Dictionnaire raisonné du mobilier français de l?époque carlovingienne à la renaissance par M. Viollet-le-Duc, architecte. Deuxième édition. En 6 volumes, complet.

      Paris, Veuve A. Morel et Cie., 1874, - gr. in-8vo, (24.5 x 17 cm), 2 ff. (faux-titre, titre) + 443 p. illustrées + 28 planches gravées hors texte / 2 ff. (faux-titre, titre) + 536 p. + 28 pl. gr. / 2 ff. (faux-titre, titre) + 478 p. + 1 f. + 13 pl. gr. / 2 ff. (faux-titre, titre) + 506 p. + 1 f. + 3 pl. gr. / 2 ff. (faux-titre, titre) + 498 p. + 1 f. + 8 pl. gr. / 2 ff. (faux-titre, titre) + 489 p. + 10 pl. gr., reliure en demi-cuir d?époque, dos avec cinq nerfs, titre doré, Bon état. Contient 90 belles planches gravées hors texte (dont certaines en couleur), plus un grand nombre d?illustrations in-texte.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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         Gems from the Diamond Land

      [1874]. 1874 - Souvenirs of the Diggers' Life. 18 photographs (2 panoramic), 17 mounted on card, titled in manuscript. Image size: 205 by 140mm. Loosely inserted into a plum cloth album, spine missing, some occasional foxing to backing card, small tear with minor loss (15 by 20mm) to image 15. Some images faded & scratched. Kimberley, Eighteen rare and interesting shots of diamond mining in South Africa. Although the first diamond miners were active in Pniel and Klipdrift as early as 1867, the rush really began with the discovery of the Star of Africa, a diamond weighing over eighty carats in 1869. Shortly afterwards, diamonds were discovered at Kimberley, then known as Colsberg Koppie. By the end of 1871, over 30,000 men were mining (and panning) the area including the Vaal, Modder and Orange Rivers. These shots document the early days of diamond mining in Klipdrift, Pniel, Du Toits and Kimberely before the De Beers consolidation. They include a variety of images depicting the daily life of the miners, the steady expansion of works and the concomitant development of infrastructure as the years progressed. The images are as follows: 1. Klipdrift Scene of the first Diamond Diggings. 2. Pniel Diggings. Klipdrift in the Distance. 3. Old De Beers Diggings. 4. Du Toits Pan. The first of the Dry Diggings from the Pan. 5. New Rush Kopje While being prospected in July 1871 (After painting). 6. New Rush a roadway in . 1871. 7. New Rush. the erection of staging. Aug 1872. 8.The Mine Kimberley. 1872 (Folding. Unmounted with pencil title to rear.) 9. New Rush. A General View of Roads in Aug. 1872. 10. The Circular Road. New Rush. 11. New Rush. Interior of Mine. With so. reef staying. Jan 1873. 12. New Rush. The last of the red stuff - Surface soil. July 1873. 13. New Rush. Panorama of Mine from the South Corner. March 1874. (Folding). 14. New Rush. The North Reef with water in the mine. April 1874. 15. New Rush. General view of the interior from South. May 1874. 16. New Rush Camp. From . (3 sections, folding).17. Our Labourers.18. Homeward Bound. The Passenger Wagon. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         History of the Reign of Philip the Second King of Spain.

      London: George Routledge and Sons. First edition. Octavo, bound in full morocco, gilt titles to the spine, raised bands, all edges gilt, inner dentelles, frontispiece of Queen Mary. Inscribed by Queen Victoria to her son-in-law, "To dear Lorne, from his very affect. Mama, V. R., Christmas 1874." An ownership inscription in pencil on the opposite page notes, "Bought at Sotheby's sale Feb. 23rd 1948 of the Duke of Kent's books, Lot 42." The recipient, John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll, Marquess of Lorne, was the husband of Victoria's daughter Princess Louise; he served as the governor general of Canada from 1878 to 1883. In near fine condition.

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         The heart of Africa three years' travels and adventures in the unexplored regions of central Africa from 1868 to 1871.

      New York Harper 1874 - First U. S. edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, viii, 559; x, 521pp., 6 pages ads at end, 2 frontispieces, 2 maps (1 folding), 24 full-page plates (1 in colour), numerous text illustrations throughout, original green cloth gilt, gilt pictorial vignette to upper cover, neatly recased, light wear, a very good set. "At the Universities of Heidelberg and Munich, Schweinfurth specialized in geology and botany. An 1862 specimen-collecting trip up the Nile River to Khartoum won him support from a Berlin scientific institute for more extensive exploration in the equatorial area of Africa, in what is now the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He sailed south from Suez in the late summer of 1868 and reached the Nile via an overland route from the coast. From Khartoum he continued south in January 1869, then joined a group of ivory traders heading west through regions inhabited by the Dyoor, Dinka, Bongo, and Niam-Niam tribes; later, he reached the unknown kingdom of the cannibalistic Monbuttoo. On 19 March 1870, Schweinfurth discovered the Uele River, which would prove to be an important tributary of the Congo. He arrived back in Khartoum on 21 July 1871. The record of his journey was published in an English translation in the same year it appeared in German. As a trained botanist and accomplished artist, Schweinfurth expanded knowledge of the flora and fauna of central Africa as well as the ethnology of its inhabitants. He was the first European to encounter the Akka Pygmies of East Africa—settling the question raised by Homer and Herodotus of the existence of dwarf races in Africa—and the Mittoo and Loobah tribes between the White Nile and the upper Congo, among whom women practice lip enlargement to enhance their appearance." (John Delaney, To the Mountains of the Moon). Gay 2568. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Liebig Serie 6 Bilder : Genrebilder X 10 - spanische Volksszenen ( Arnhold 18 Sanguinetti 79 ).

      Paris : 1874.- 6 Bilder (Chromolithographien), H 7 x 11 cm. - Guter Zustand. Kultur- und Sittengeschichte , Kinder, Spanien, Sammelbild, Liebig, Liebig's Fleisch-Extract, Liebigs Fleischextrakt, Liebig-Sammelbilder, Liebigs, Kaufmannsbilder

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         Collezione completa di tutti gli Annuari della Società degli Alpinisti Tridentini - SAT. A RICHIESTA FORNIAMO LA DESCRIZIONE DETTAGLIATA DELLA RACCOLTA.

      Sociatà Alpina del Trentino, Trento (fino al 1875) - Società degli Alpinisti Tridentini, Trento (dal 1876). 26 volumi di vario formato da 18 a 24 cm. La raccolta è mediamente ben conservata. INSIEME DI ECCEZIONALE RARITA' questa collezione completa dei XXVI Annuari Società degli Alpinisti Tridentini già Società alpina del Trentino dal numero I del 1874 al numero XXVI del 1931. Sono presenti tutti i volumi compresi i più rari completi di tutte le tavole e le carte secondo l'Indice delle illustrazioni contenute nei ventisei Annuari della Società degli Alpinisti Tridentini: (I - 1874 - XXVI - 1930/31) di Gastone Mingardi che offriamo in omaggio oltre al lotto. A RICHIESTA FORNIAMO LISTA DETTAGLIATA DELLA COLLEZIONE.

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         History of the Reign of Philip the Second King of Spain.

      George Routledge and Sons, London - First edition. Octavo, bound in full morocco, gilt titles to the spine, raised bands, all edges gilt, inner dentelles, frontispiece of Queen Mary. Inscribed by Queen Victoria to her son-in-law, "To dear Lorne, from his very affect. Mama, V. R., Christmas 1874." An ownership inscription in pencil on the opposite page notes, "Bought at Sotheby's sale Feb. 23rd 1948 of the Duke of Kent's books, Lot 42." The recipient, John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll, Marquess of Lorne, was the husband of Victoria's daughter Princess Louise; he served as the governor general of Canada from 1878 to 1883. In near fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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         The First Book of Records of the Town of Southampton with Other Ancient Documents of Historic Value

      John H. Hunt, Book and Job Printer, Sag-Harbor, NY 1874 - First edition. Half diced leather with leather spine label gilt and linen cloth boards. 177 pp. Hairline crack to the front joint and a stain on the rear board, else a tight and attractive, very good copy. Exceptionally uncommon. OCLC locates three copies, no auction records in the last several decades. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Paris intime.

      Paris 1874 - Un volume in-folio (45 cm x 31,5 cm). Notre exemplaire contient 31 planches gravées sur vergé : Justification de tirage, Page de titre, 13 planches gravées sujet + texte, 16 planches gravées et 30 vignettes sur chine (3 cm x 3 cm). Un des 240 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé. 1/2 maroquin contemporain à coins. Dos à cinq nerfs. Titre doré. Pour plus de détails sur cet ouvrage, consultez notre blog Paris-Libris et pour accéder à la totalité de notre offre consultez notre site Paris-Libris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A collection of 11 photographs including 8 superb photographs of Castillo San Marcos, the oldest military structure in the continental United States and 3 of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine first built in 1565 and rebuilt in the 1790s

      St. Augustine, c 1874 - Eleven albumen prints (6 x 8 in.), mounted and captioned in a contemporary hand. Very good condition. This remarkable collection of early Florida photographs documents two of the most important early structures in Florida history: the fort Castillo de San Marcos and the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine. Built in 1672 the fort is the only extant 17th-century military structure in the continental United States. The church, located in the oldest parish of the United States (founded in 1565), was built in the 1790s. The eight photographs of Castillo San Marcos are: 1. Interior of Fort St. Marco. South West Corner showing entrance to Indian Prison. Old Well in the foreground. St. Augustine. Fla. 2. Interior of Fort St. Marco Showing entrance to Chapel. St. Augustine. Fla. 3. Interior of Fort St. Marco. Southeast Corner showing entrance to Dungeons. Chapel on the left. St. Augustine. Fla. 4. Fort St. Marco. South Front. Showing Drawbridge and Moat. St Augustine. Fla. 5. Doorway. Fort St. Marco. St. Augustine. Fla. 6. Entrance to Fort St. Marco. St. Augustine. Fla. 7. General view of South Front, Lunette Battery, and Moat, from parapet. Fort St. Marco, The Bay. Anastatia island, and Lighthouse in the distance. St. Augustine. Fla. 8. South Front from Parapet Fort St. Marco. Showing Drawbridge and Moat. St. Augustine Fla. The three photographs of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine read: 1. Catholic Church. St. Augustine. Fla. 2. Catholic Church. The oldest church on the continent of America. St. Augustine. Fla. 3. Catholic Church. St. Augustine. Fla. Protecting St. Augustine Florida (the oldest continuously occupied European settlement within the United States and near the site of Ponce de León’s first landing in 1513) the Castillo San Marco was built while the Spanish Empire controlled Florida. Construction of the masonry fort began in 1672 after a devastating raid on the city by the British privateer Robert Searles. Over the centuries, Spain, Great Britain, the United States, and the Confederate States of America all controlled the fort. Several times over the course of its history the fort was used as a military prison. During the American Revolutionary war, the prisoners included Christopher Gadsden, the Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina and a delegate to the Continental Congress. Beginning in 1862 the United States used the fort as a military prison for Native Americans for several decades. One of the images shows the jail that was used for their confinement while another shows dungeons that were presumably used for the same purpose. In later years members of Geronimo’s band of Apache warriors, including women, children, and Geronimo’s wife were imprisoned. Ledger Art, a prominent art form among Plains Native Americans, began at the fort. Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine is located in the oldest parish in the United States, having been founded in 1565. In 1586 Francis drake destroyed the first church, built in 1565. In 1566 Martín de Argüelles was born in the parish, the first recorded birth of a child of European ancestry in what is now the continental United States. DATING. The photographs showing the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine allow us to date the entire group, which are on identical mounts and have captions in the same hand. Due to the presence of a side chapel built in 1873, the absence of the rectory built in 1875, and the presence of a stonewall destroyed in 1875 we ascribe a likely date to the series of ca. 1874. The photographs display consistent tones, dimensions, mounts, inscriptions, and aging across the collection. These images appear to be unrecorded. We have made a comprehensive online survey of photographic collections of the time and place, consulted the Library of Congress’s digital archives, and queried area historical societies.

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         "Anorexia nervosa (apepsia hysterica, anorexia hysterica)"; In: Transactions of the Clinical Society. Vol 7

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co. 1874. 8vo. Gull's paper is on pp. 22-28, illustrated by three plates, each showing two women. Entire volume: [cxvii], 189 pp. Original cloth. Gull had first referred to the disease that he observed mostly in women, and characterized by extreme emaciation, in a paper addressed to the British Medical Association in 1868 (the condition had been described in the 17th century by Robert Morton, but had remained largely unstudied until Gull). Gull named the disease Apepsia hysterica at the time, soon changing it to Anorexia hysteria, and finally to Anorexia nervosa. He describes three cases in this seminal paper: those of Miss A, Miss B, and an unnamed patient. The plates show the condition of the young women, and thus are the first identified depictions of the disease. Garrison-Morton-Norman 4845. ¼ -in. cut on spine affecting title, wear at ends of spine, hinges cracked; small chip to fore-edges of some leaves (not affecting Gull's paper) / From the Collection of Allan B. Kirsner, M.D.

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         The Scarlet Shawl. A novel.

      Tinsley Brothers, London(1874). First edition of Jefferies' first novel, published at the author's own expense; this copy being Miller & Matthews third variant, with the uncorrected dedication leaf and without advertisements. 8vo. 309pp. Professionally re-cased retaining the original decorated cloth but with new endpapers. Just a touch of very minor soiling to several leaf margins. A very good copy of an extremely uncommon book - rarely found in the original binding, this example admittedly having undergone some careful restoration. Former owner bookplate to front pastedown. Miller & Matthews (B4.3) estimate a print run of 500 copies, issued in three batches in July 1874, spring 1875 and this third one sometime afterwards but before August 1877.. Book Condition: Very Good. Binding: Hardcover

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         Beobachtung des Procyon als Doppelstern. Offprint from Mélanges mathématiques et astronomiques tirés du Bulletin de l’Académie impériale des sciences de Saint-Pétersbourg (dated 27 March/8 April 1873).

      [St. Petersburg 1874 - First edition, extremely rare offprint, of Struve?s ?discovery? of the faint companion to the star Procyon, which together form a binary system. This offprint is accompanied by two signed autograph letters from Struve to the Scottish amateur astronomer Robert Stirling Newall (1812-89), who at the time owned the largest refracting telescope in the world, asking Newall to confirm Struve?s observations. Neither Newall nor other contemporary astronomers were able to do so, however, and it was later shown that Struve?s observations were illusory, probably caused by a defect in his telescope lenses. Ironically, however, Struve was correct that Procyon is a binary system: the companion star was observed by the Lick Observatory in 1896. OCLC lists only one copy of this offprint (Hamburg).Procyon is the brightest star in the constellation Canis Minor. Its name, meaning ?before the dog?, derives from the fact that Procyon comes into the sky shortly before Sirius, the ?dog star? In 1844 Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel (1784-1846) noticed that both Sirius and Procyon exhibited irregularities in their proper motions which Bessel ?ascribed to the presence of unseen companions of each of these stars and he was dramatically vindicated in 1862 (after his death) when the American telescope maker Alvan Clark detected the companion of Sirius while testing a new telescope. The nature of this companion was not understood until the twentieth century, but it turned out to be the prototype of a whole new class of stars ? the white dwarfs. Confirmation of Bessel?s prediction about one star strengthened belief that he had also been right about the other, and many people began to look for a companion to Procyon. We now know that this star, too, is a white dwarf: it is a curious coincidence of constellation mythology that both dog stars should have similar companions. White dwarfs are very small and very faint. It is particularly difficult to see them with certainty when they are close to a bright star. The succeed in detecting the companion of Procyon, the would-be discoverer had to have access to a large telescope and should, by preference, be experienced in double-star observations. Naturally, Otto attempted this discovery and, in 1873, believed he had made it. He published his discovery in that year, complete with measurements of the companion?s relative position, and he published further measurements the following year? (Batten, Resolute and Undertaking Characters, p. 181).The two enclosed letters from Struve show his concern to have his ?discovery? confirmed by another observer.-----------------------------------------Pulkovo 19 March 1873Dear SirThis evening with an extraordinary transparent sky and excellent images, I thought I could see a small companion of Procyon at a distance of somewhat more than 10". I would be most happy if this discovery could be independently confirmed by your magnificent telescope and for this reason I abstain from communicating to you in what direction that object was. Pray look out for Procyon and let me know if and where you see that small object. It was so distinctly seen and measured this evening that I hardly can believe it was an optical illusion.Since we left England we have nothing heard from you and yours. I hope you have received the letter I wrote you from Cambridge. We frequently talk of you and the friendly reception we have met with in your house, but even more frequently I have to report on the excellent performances of your grand telescope. Prof. Littrow, I am told, wants to get a similar instrument from Cooke. Will he succeed with the second as well as with yours?Please convey my and Mrs. Struve's most cordial compliments to Mrs. Newall and believe meVery truly yourOtto StruveHave you succeeded to provide the refractor with a good micrometer, so that we may hope to get this year a series of good distances of Neptune's satelllites?-----------------------------------------Pulkovo 28 April 1873My dear Sir,I have

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         Ismailia A narrative of the expedition to Central Africa for the suppression of the slave trade. Organized by Ismail, Khedive of Egypt.

      London Macmillan and Co 1874 - First edition. 2 volumes, 8vo., viii, 447; viii, 588 pp., 2 portrait frontispieces, numerous wood-engraved plates, 2 maps (1 large folding), original green cloth gilt, light wear to extremities, an excellent example. In 1869, Baker, one of the greatest explorers of Africa, was appointed by the Khedive Isma'il to a four-year term as governor-general of the equatorial Nile basin, with the rank of pasha and major-general in the Ottoman army. It was the most senior post a European ever received under an Egyptian administration. According to the khedive's firman, Baker's duties included annexing the equatorial Nile basin, establishing Egyptian authority over the region south of Gondokoro, suppressing the slave trade, introducing cotton cultivation, organizing a network of trading stations throughout the annexed territories, and opening the great lakes near the equator to navigation. The expedition produced mixed results. Although he had suppressed the slave trade in some areas and had extended the khedive's authority to Gondokoro and Fatick, he had failed to pacify the lawless region between these two places. Moreover, he was unable to annex the wealthy kingdoms of Bunyoro and Buganda. Despite Baker's dubious performance, the khedive bestowed on him the imperial order of the Osmanieh, second class. Baker received a hero's welcome on his return to England. Apart from various glowing newspaper accounts of his travels, the prince of Wales met him to learn first hand of his experiences in Africa. On 8 December 1873 he received an enthusiastic reception at the Royal Geographical Society, and the following year he published the present account which further enhanced his popularity. Blackmer 66; Hilmy I, 49 (later edition); Czech p11. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Neue Apparate zur Bestimmung des Brechungs- und Zerstreuungsvermögens fester und flüssiger Körper.

      Jena. Z. Naturw.,8. - Jena, Mauke's Verlag, 1874, 8, 1874, 8, (4), 79, (1) pp., 7 Fig., 1 gefalt. von Ernst Abbe gezeichnete lith. Tafel mit 6 Figuren mit zahlr. Details, Halbleinenband d.Zt. ExLibris u. St. v. Hubert de Martin. ERNST ABBE DESIGNED THE FIRST REFRACTOMETER !Erster Buchausgabe - "Aus der Jenaischen Zeitschrift für Naturwissenschaft besonders abgedruckt".Ernst Abbe (1840-1905) hatte "bereits 1872 in einem Vortrag vor der medizinisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft zu Jena und im August des gleichen Jahres auf der 45. Versammlung deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte in Leipzig sein Refraktometer der Fachwelt vorstellte. Abbe selbst beschrieb dieses Instrument zur Flüssigkeitsmessung erstmalig ausführlich 1874 und gab dabei die Entstehungszeit mit 1869 an: "Ich habe diese Methode... seit dem Jahre 1869, zuerst zur Bestimmung von Balsamen und Harzen benutzt und zu ihrer bequemen Anwendung besondere Apparate - Refractometer - construiert, durch welche es möglich gemacht wird, bei jeder flüssigen oder halbflüssigen Substanz den Brechungsexponenten und, wenn nötig, auch die Dispersion, durch die einfachsten Manipulationen zu bestimmen. Dabei genügt ein einziger Tropfen der betreffenden Flüssigkeit, die in dickeren Schichten beliebig undurchsichtig sein kann. Die ganze Beobachtung besteht in einer einzigen kunstlosen Einstellung und in der nachfolgenden Ablesung an einem Gradbogen oder an einer Mikrometerscala, welche Ablesung den gesuchten Brechungsexponenten unmittelbar, d.h. ohne jede Rechnung, ergibt. - Im Folgenden gebe ich die ausführliche Beschreibung dieses Refractometers in drei voneinander abweichenden, verschiedenen Zwecken angepaßten Formen. Schließlich sei noch bemerkt, daß alle in diesem Aufsatz beschriebenen Apparate in der optischen Werkstatt des Herrn CARL ZEISS in Jena zu wiederholten Malen ausgeführt und die meisten davon auch schon seit einigen Jahren, sowohl von mir wie von Anderen, im wirklichen Gebrauch erprobt worden sind." Wie sahen nun diese ersten Refraktometer aus? "Nach ABBE's Beschreibung von 1874 besitzen sie alle die Merkmale, die ein Refraktometer zur Messung des Grenzwinkels auszeichnen: Meßprisma (bzw. Doppelprisma) zum Kontakt mit der Probe, Fernrohr zur Beobachtung der Grenzlinie, Vorrichtung zur Winkelmessung und evtl, einen Kompensator zur Beseitigung der Farbränder an der Grenzlinie. Dabei ist interessant, festzustellen, daß die ersten Refraktometer sich noch stark an die von Spektrometern her gewohnte Art der Messung anlehnen: Zwischen die beiden polierten Hypotenusenflächen eines auf geschnittenen Glasblocks wird die Probeflüssigkeit als dünne planparallele Schicht eingebracht. Ihre Brechzahl sei kleiner als die des Glases. Wird der Glasblock von einem Kollimator beleuchtet, so erkennt man bei nicht zu großem Einfallswinkel d den Kollimatorspalt, im Unendlichen liegend, genau so, wie wenn der Glasblock keine Flüssigkeitsschicht in sich bergen würde. Überschreitet aber d den Grenzwinkel der Totalreflexion, der durch das Verhältnis der Brechzahlen von Glas und Flüssigkeit festgelegt ist, so wird das Doppelprisma vollkommen undurchsichtig. Durch Umkehrung des Strahlenganges kam Abbe zu noch einfacheren Formen. Er ließ die Beleuchtung diffus, von einer ausgedehnten Lichtquelle, erfolgen und der Kollimator wurde nach Ansetzen eines Okulars zum Beobachtungsfernrohr. Bei dieser Anordnung läßt sich der Hell-Dunkel- Übergang noch besser beobachten, wenn man den ursprünglichen Kollimator-spalt herausnimmt und zum Zwecke der genauen Meßeinstellung durch ein Strichkreuz ersetzt. Selbstverständlich hat Abbe die Dispersionswirkung bei diesen Anordnungen untersucht und ist ihr in sehr geschickter Weise begegnet. Er benutzte ein aus mehreren Prismen zusammengesetztes, um die Fernrohrachse drehbares 'Amici'sches Prisma', das für Natrium-Licht geradsichtig ist, aber für alle anderen Farben je nach seiner Stellung eine Ablenkung ergibt. Dieser 'Kompensator' war zuerst unmittelbar hinter dem Okular, also zunächst dem Auge angebracht, aber schon im 'großen Abbe-Refraktometer' von 1874 ist er vor das Fernrohrobjektiv gesetzt und mit einer Skala zur Messung des Drehwinkels versehen worden. Der Teilkreis der Refraktometer war von Anfang an nicht in Winkelgraden, sondern direkt in Brechzahlen geteilt. Dies war möglich einmal durch die berechenbare Beziehung zwischen Winkeldehnung und Brechzahl der Probe, die durch die Eigenschaften des Meßprismas festgelegt ist, und zum anderen durch die hohe Empfindlichkeit, die eine Noniusanzeige überflüssig machte. Abbe hat zugleich mit der Beschreibung des Gerätes eine genaue Anleitung für das praktische Messen sowohl für die Brechzahl nD als auch für die mittlere Dispersion nF - nC angegeben. Damit lag die vollständige Konzeption für das Abbe-Refraktometer in einer Form vor, in der auch heute noch Abbe-Refraktometer - wenn auch in technisch wesentlich verbesserter Ausführung gebaut werden... In den Jahren zwischen 1874 und 1889 finden wir keine weiteren wesentlichen Weiterentwicklungen der vorhandenen Refraktometer. Der Grund ist leicht erklärlich: Für Abbe selbst waren die Refraktometer Mittel zum Zwecke der Prüfung von Gläsern für die Mikroskop-Objektive, Immersionsflüssigkeiten usw., also in jedem Falle Werkstattprüfgeräte bzw. zweckgebundene Forschungsgeräte. Die von ihm entworfenen Modelle erfüllten diesen Zweck in bequemster Weise. Er hatte für Weiterentwicklungen in dieser Richtung keine Veranlassung und infolgedessen auch keine Zeit in Anbetracht seiner Verpflichtungen als Universitätslehrer und als Wissenschaftler des inzwischen (1890) über 400 Beschäftigte zählenden Jena-Betriebes."Mit solchen Instrumenten ... "untersuchte Abbe die Brechungseigenschaften verschiedener Flüssigkeiten, die in Versuchsausführungen von Mikro-Objektiven mit Flüssigkeiten verwendet wurden und damit die später eingeführten Apochromate vorbereiteten." E.H. Schmitz, Handbuch Geschichte der Optik, 3/B: Das XIX. Jahrhunder oder vom Pröbeln zum Rechnen (1983), Refraktometer - Interferometer, pp.681-689

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         Calendario del Obispado de la Habana para el año 1874. Impres con Real privilegio esclusivo (sic).

      H. E. Heinen. Calle de la Obrapía Nº 11, Habana 1874 - "Nineteenth Century "Petit" Cuban Calendar. Attractive Original Binding In Velvet". 16vo., original binding in blue velvet; goffered with plant motifs and shield in the center. Attractive Cuban piece documenting the array of religious activities in the country at the time. Of particular note is the elegant original velvet binding. * WorldCat: no copies. vols. volumen(es)/volume(s) S.P. páginas

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         I Tasmaniani cenni storici ed Etnologici di un Popolo Estinto.

      Fratelli Treves, Milan 1874 - Octavo, 160 pp., numerous xylographic illustrations, in an early pebbled cloth binding; neat blind stamp to title. Very rare: the great anthropolgist Enrico Hillyer Giglioli's account of the Tasmanian Aborigines. Enrico Giglioli (1845-1909) was an Italian zoologist and anthropologist, director of the Florence Royal Zoological Museum and an honorary member of the Royal Geographical Society. As a young man he had studied in London under luminaries such as T.H. Huxley, and immediately on his return to Italy in 1865 had been appointed to the Magenta for its important voyage of scientific discovery in Australia and the Pacific. During this voyage he visited both Melbourne and Sydney (although not Tasmania), and his association with some of the scientific establishment here piqued his interest in the Australian Aborigines. On his return he was appointed to the University of Turin to catalogue the vast collections made on the voyage, beginning a career as one of the pre-eminent ethnographers and biologists of his era. This major monograph on the Tasmanians was also one of his earliest publications, and is quite rare in any form.It was first published as a two-part essay in the Archivio per l'Antropologia e la Etnologia in 1871, and there may have been an offprint edition of that essay (records are a bit sketchy), but this 1874 edition is its first proper appearance as a book, heavily revised and expanded, notably with the addition of the map and many of the printed images. Provenance: With a Milan bookseller's sale receipt from 1942 tipped onto front endpaper, neat ex libris blind stamp to title Repairs to the endpapers at the gutters, some toning; a very good copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         [Broadside]: Manuscript "Wanted Poster" for a U.S. Sailor who jumped ship in Japan

      Yokohama, Japan: U.S.S. Tuscorora, 1874. Near Fine. Manuscript "wanted poster" handwritten on an 8" x 12" sheet of lined paper by Lieutenant Commander Theodore F. Jewell, the Executive Officer of the U.S.S. Tuscorora. Old folds, otherwise clean and near fine with very little wear. The sailor who deserted the ship is identified as Ordinary Seaman James Slaven, a 32-year-old Irish native who bore tattoos on both hands (a shield and eagle on the left and a star on the right). The document is dated May 11th 1874 and offers a $10 reward for "the apprehension and delivery [of Slaven] on board this vessel." A note of receipt at the bottom of the document shows that the reward was paid to William Ford, who apparently apprehended Slaven.Jewell had a long and successful career in the navy, retiring as an admiral in 1904. This notice was posted shortly after Jewell and the Tuscorora played a significant roll in keeping the peace in Honolulu following the riots by disgruntled followers of the widow of King Kamehameha IV, after the legislature selected David Kalakaua, the son of the High Chief Caesar Kaluaiku Kapa'akea, to be the next king. Partly in gratitude for Jewell's assistance, the Hawaiian government granted the United States rights to establish a coaling and repair station on Oahu that would eventually become the Pearl Harbor Naval Station.

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         Catalogue complet d’eaux-fortes originales et inédites Composées et Gravées par les Artistes eux-mêmes Avec douze planches types divers

      Paris, Cadart, 1874 - 54 pp, tables. Petit in-8 bradel, demi-percaline vert d’eau à coins, couverture conservée (signée Alfred Farges). Ex-libris symboliste gravé du grand bibliophile Victor Mercier. Rare publication de la maison Cadart illustrée d’eaux fortes originales, certaines avant la lettre, placées en hors-texte. Comme le précise Cadart dans sa préface, « ceci n’est pas un livre, c’est un catalogue » recensant toutes les publications de la maison Cadart de 1868 à 1874. Parmi les noms cités, on note au passage ceux de Jongkind, Martial, Corot, Manet, Meryon, Bracquemond, etc. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Alpine plants: figures and descriptions of some of the most striking and beautiful of the Alpine flowers. Vol. 1: Second edition / Vol. 2 (second series, first ed.). In 2 volumes complete.

      London, G. Bell, 1874, - Gr.-8vo (26:18,5 cm), XII + 152 S. / 2 Bll. + 140 S. Illustrated with 108 coloured (woodcut-) plates in chromotypie, 1 Exlibris: coats armes: ?Stephen Middleton? + 1 ex-libris ?Corbeille avec fleurs? sans nom. Original clothbound, gilt flowers on fist covers, spine gilt. Orig. spines mounted. Un très bel album sur la flore alpine. Rare et recherché. (Perret). Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Nissen, BBI 2186; Stafleu-C. 18.285; Perret 4600 (seulement volume 1 (en première éd. de 1872). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         The Narrinyeri. An Account of the Tribes of South Australian Aborigines inhabiting the Country around the Lakes Alexandrina, Albert, and Coorong, and the Lower Part of the River Murray: their Manners and Customs, also an Account of the Mission at Port Macleay

      Adelaide, J.T. Shawyer, Printer, 1874. Octavo, iv, [ii], 107 pages plus a frontispiece (an original albumen paper photograph, 184 x 113 mm). Recent quarter calf and marbled papered boards (with the binder's stamp of Bayntun of Bath); rear board slightly bowed; margins of the frontispiece mount a little chipped and discoloured; one page a little marked; a very good copy. The frontispiece, a Townsend Duryea photograph, is a composite of five numbered oval portraits; the identification key is printed on the verso of the title page. The blank recto of its mount has the contemporary ownership details of 'T R Sumner / Goolwa / July 1874' and other details dated 1979. In pencil in an early hand, upside down at the foot of this page, is a timeless quotation from the Book of Psalms: 'Is not the heathen to be given, even the uttermost part of the earth for his possession'.

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        A Brief Sketch of the Long and Varied Career of Marshall MacDermott, Esq , JP, of Adelaide, South Australia

      Adelaide, William Kyffin Thomas, Printer [for The Author], 1874. Octavo, 53 pages. Flush-cut quarter green cloth and yellow papered boards, with the full title page details repeated on the front cover; covers slightly rubbed at the extremities and lightly marked; front flyleaf removed; an excellent copy. 'These papers are written solely for private distribution amongst relatives and special friends; and, as my family is rather numerous and dispersed, the necessity arises of having them printed'. This copy is inscribed on the verso of the title page to 'Charlotte de S. Dutton with kind regards' and signed by the author. MacDermott, an 1829 pioneer of Western Australia before settling in South Australia in 1846, died in 1877. The provenance is most interesting: Charlotte de S. Dutton was the widow of William Hampden Dutton (1805-1849); her mother's maiden name was Da Silva. In 1849, William's brother Francis Stacker Dutton (1818-1877) married MacDermott's daughter Caroline. The Duttons and their pastoral property, Anlaby, were household names in South Australia for generations; to put them into context, 'While working at Anlaby in 1842 Francis had discovered with Captain Charles Bagot the Kapunda copper mine' (Australian Dictionary of Biography).

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