19.Jahrhundert

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Queen's College Cork - Original Matriculation Card for the Faculty of Arts - Class of Anatomy and Physiology. [Anatomy and Physiology] Queen’s College Cork. Original Matriculation Card for the Faculty of Arts – Class of Anatomy and Physiology. Printed in Cork, Queen’s College, 1870. 12,2 cm x 9,3 cm. 1 page. Original cardboard with beautiful 19th century type font. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Very rare original matriculation card of the 1870’s for Cork University / Queen’s College.

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, Carte d'immatriculation, Cork University, County Cork, Matriculation Card

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Queen's College Cork - Original Matriculation Card for the Faculty of Medicine - Class of Anatomy and Physiology. [Anatomy and Physiology] Queen’s College Cork. Original Matriculation Card for the Faculty of Medicine – Class of Anatomy and Physiology. Printed in Cork, Queen’s College, 1870. 12,2 cm x 9,3 cm. 1 page. Original cardboard with beautiful 19th century type font. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Very rare original matriculation card of the 1870’s for Cork University / Queen’s College.

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, Carte d'immatriculation, Cork University, County Cork, Matriculation Card

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Queen's College Cork - Original Matriculation Card for the Faculty of Medicine - Class of Practical Anatomy. [Anatomy] Queen’s College Cork. Original Matriculation Card for the Faculty of Medicine – Class of Practical Anatomy. Printed in Cork, Queen’s College, 1870. 12,2 cm x 9,3 cm. 1 page. Original cardboard with beautiful 19th century type font. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Very rare original matriculation card of the 1870’s for Cork University / Queen’s College.

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, Carte d'immatriculation, Cork University, County Cork, Matriculation Card

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Anonymous. Mercy and Truth - A record of C.M.S. Medical Missions Anonymous. Mercy and Truth – A record of C.M.S. Medical Missions – Volume IV. [for the year 1900 – with essays on: A Week in the Kyber (Khyber Pass visit by three workers of the C.M.S. during their time at Peshawar / The Opening of the New Mengo Hospital – by Mrs. Albert Cook (with images) / Medical Staff at Hang-chow (Dr. Kember, Dr. Main, Dr. Tsang), Some Men and Women in Hakodate (North Japan) / A Day of Medical Work in a Persian Town (by Henry White) / In Touch with the sick in Oyo (Yoruba) – with support from the Royal irish Constabulary / Moslem Fatalism (by L. Cropper in April 1899) / Photograph of a Temporary Hospital iat Onitsha, West Africa / An Acquaintance with sickness in Central Africa [with a diagram that shows how many and what kind of operations were done (Teeth Extractions, Gynaecological Cases etc.) and how the natives paid for the treatment with Shells !!] / Dr. L.G. Hill of Pakhol – Overcoming Obstacles in China / Photograph of “Serai at Lundi Kotal – C.M.S. Dispensary in the Corner / Women Patients Rich and Poor – by Mary Synge about a fishing Village called Sang Sua / etc. etc. London, Church Missionary Society, 1900. Slim Quarto. 300 pages with numerous photographs and Index. Hardcover, light blue publisher’s cloth with red lettering to spine and cover. Binding a little stained and rubbed. Otherwise in excellent condition ! Rare !!

Includes for example the following essays:

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, Asia, History of Medicine, Hospital, Medical History, Mission, Missionar, Missionare, Missionary Medicine, Missions in Asia, Missionsberichte, Missionsgeschichte, Missionswesen, Missionswissenschaft

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[Anonymous] Victorian Recipes / Food / Cooking / Healing / Medical / Veterinary / Homoeopathy. [Anonymous – possibly a Mrs. J. S. Stone or Mrs. Church or Miss S.R. Monckton] Victorian Recipes / Food / Cooking / Healing / Medical / Veterinary / Homoeopathy. Victorian Manuscript-Recipe-Diary with more than 250 handwritten manuscript recipes on 121 pages and 32 loosely inserted additional manuscript pages. The diary has 264 pages in total and an Index on page 264. While the majority of the recipes are on food and drink, there are numerous medical recipes, remedies for simple but also serious illnesses either loosely inserted or pasted to the pages numerous printed recipes from newspapers with tips and tricks on preservation of meat, remedies to avoid sea-sickness, “The [Homoeopathic] Treatment of English and Asiatic Cholera” / “Dropsy” [Oedema] / “The Danger of Gas-Baths”, a stern note on “Cocaine and Sleeplessness”, “A Remedy for Diphteria” (Sulphur), “List for arsenic in wall papers” / “Cough Mixtures for Bronchitis” / “Influenza Poison” / Mr.Sidney Bennet for Rheumatism / etc. There is even a description for a double-crochet shawl by a Mrs. Whichcote. All these recipes were collected between roughly 1859 (dated Beef Tea recipe on page 7) and 1880. The wonderfully detailed recipes for food include for example: Gluten Bread free from Starch to diabetic patients / Souffle Potatoes / Irish way of dressing potatoes (p.51) / Ginger Pudding / Savoies Pigeon Pie / Ivory Jelly / To cook a Ham / A German Pastry / Apple Cheese Cakes / etc. etc. (see more recipes below) England, Anonymous, c.1859 – 1904. Octavo. 266 handnumbered pages with 121 pages filled and 32 loosely inserted recipes. Contemporary, very decorative 19th century Hardcover with the original boards but recently professionally rebacked by an english master bookbinder. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. This rare compilation is a true gem and collector’s item and also a well of information for veterinary homoepathic tinctures, old recipes against rheumatism, chilblaines (pages 256 and 257). Neuralgia, Cholera (page 251), Dr.Barry for Diarrhea and Neuralgia etc. etc.

More recipes from this manuscript recipe book:

The Influence of the electric Light upon Vegetation / Salad Dressing / White Soup / Souffle Pudding / Curry (page 131) / Allen’s recipe for making bread (page 112) / Gingerbread Cake (page 113) / Cheese Fritters / Fish Pudding / Genuine Scotch Marmalade / Miss Brewster’s Shortbread / Gingerbeer / Essence of Coffee (page 9) / Dandelion Wine by Mary Richards (page 16) / Dandelion Beer / Orange Wine / Malaga / Sponge Cake by Mrs. Backler’s (year 1869) / A Guisado (spanish stew) recipe by Mrs. Postlethwaite / Toad in the Role / etc. etc.

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, Cookery Books, Diary, Food, Food and Drink, Manuscript, Manuscript Recipes, Manuscripts, Manuskript, Manuskripte, Rezepte

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Anonymous [Barrow, A family tour through South Holland Anonymous [Barrow, John]. A family tour through South Holland; Up the Rhine; And Across the Netherlands, to Ostend. [London], [Murray], [1831]. Duodecimo. Frontispiece, VIII, 295 pages. With 10 original steel-engravings and with the little fold-out map: “Route of a Tour in South Holland, up the Rhine and through Belgium”. Hardcover / Original half leather with gilt lettering on spine. Good condition in firm binding. Preious owner has cut out the lower part of the frontispiece (image not effected) and also cut out the printer and publishing information on the titlepage.

Includes for example the following illustrations / engravings: Hotel de Ville of Brussels / Cathedral of Antwerp from the Canal au Beurre / St.Lawrence of Rotterdam from the Leuve Haven / The Hotel de Ville of the Hague / St.Paneras Church of Leyden / The Waag or weighing-house of Amsterdam / View on the Amstel, Amsterdam / Bingen, with bridge over the Nahe / St.Nicholas Church, Ghent / Hotel de Ville of Bruges //

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, Belgien, Belgium, Holland, Netherlands, Travel

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The Artist. Anonymus. The Artist. German, 1839. Original colour lithograph depicting a playful and satirical approach of a painter to his work. Beautifully Framed. Size of frame with lithograph: 60 cm x 69.5 cm Size of actual lithograph: 47 cm x 38,5 cm. Excellent condition of this early lithograph – in old, original hand-colouring.

Wonderful example of a very accomplished work using the still young technique of lithography. Playing with all sorts of clichées of artists and their approaches, centering the pastime of the usuccessful artist against the seriousness of the craft. The year 1683 on the easel surely a clue to deciphering the meaning of this image, we were not able to do so. Whoever solves the puzzle, receives 20% discount on the price of this artwork.

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, Art, Decorative Original Graphic, History of Art, Kunst, Kunstgeschichte, Lithograph, Lithographie, Original Art, Original Lithograph

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Great Australian Landscape Paintings. Australian Art Library. Great Australian Landscape Paintings. Selected by the Editors of the Australian Art Library. Melbourne, Lansdowne Press, 1973. 26cm x 33cm. 72 pages with 48 colour plates. Original Hardcover with original dustjacket. Excellent condition with only minor signs of wear.

Includes for example: John Eyre/ Joseph Lycett/ John Skinner Prout/ John Glover/ Conrad Martens/ Nicholas Chevalier/ Edward Roper/ Louis Buvelot/ Charles Conder/ Tom Roberts/ William Charles Pigeunit/ Sydney Long/ Julian Ashton/ Arthur Streeton/ Hans Heysen/ Elioth Gruner/ Frederick McCubbin/ Emanuel Phillips Fox/ Tom Roberts/Russell Drysdale/ Ray Cooke/ Lloyd Rees/ Fred Williams/ John Perceval/

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, 20.Jahrhundert, 20th century, Australian Art, Australian Impressionism, Books / Art

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Bemis, Precedents of American Neutrality, in Reply to the Speech of Sir Roundell Bemis, George. Precedents of American Neutrality, in Reply to the Speech of Sir Roundell Palmer, Attorney General of England in the british Commons, May 13,1864. Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1864. 8°. VIII, 83 pages. Softcover. Original Pamphlet. Original brochure. Unopened. Upper corner dogeared. Elswise very good plus.

The pamphlet includes: Expulsion and seizure of Genet’s privateers in 1793; The case of the Cassius; The case of the Santissima Trinidad and Judge Story on neutral duties; Judge Story’s Dictum in “The Amistad de Rues Case”; Retrospect of “The Alabama Case” – Her escape the result of British Treachery and official connivance or Negligence; American Treatment of French and British Alabamas in Washington’s Administration – Appendix: Extract from the speech of Mr.Thomas and the speech of the Attorney-General in full.

George Bemis, Esquire, (October 13, 1816 – January 5, 1878) was the preeminent Boston lawyer during the mid-1800’s. He was involved with many unique cases and was an advocate of international law and the reform of the treatment of criminals.
George was born at Watertown, Massachusetts, on October 13, 1816 the youngest son of Seth and Sarah (Wheeler) Bemis. He was an extremely conscientious and diligent student and when he was 13 years old he passed the entrance exam to Harvard College in 1829. Instead of enrolling at such a young age he continued with his studies for three more years. He finally matriculated into the sophomore class in 1832 and Graduated in 1835. He continued his studies by enrolling in Harvard Law School. He completed his formal education in 1839 and was admitted into the Massachusetts Bar in July of 1839.
Bemis was one of the most esteemed lawyers in Boston during the 1850’s and developed a profitable law practice while being involved in many famous legal proceedings. Bemis was a crusader for reform of the Penal code in Massachusetts, especially laws that allowed prisoner’s previous convictions to add to their current sentences.
In 1843 he was involved with the case of Abner Rodgers, who was an inmate at the Massachusetts State Penitentiary accused of killing the warden of that prison. During his defense of Mr. Rodgers, Bemis utilized an insanity defense. The results of Bemis defense led to Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw issuing an opinion that became the American authority on insanity plea during criminal prosecution.
The second major case that Bemis was involved in was the Parkman-Webster murder case. During this case Bemis acted as co-counsel to Massachusetts Attorney General John H. Clifford in prosecuting Harvard Professor John White Webster for the death of John Parkman. Bemis was selected, and paid $1,500, by the Parkman family to represent their interests in the case against Webster. This case was one of the first to use forensic and circumstantial evidence to prove a defendants guilt.
Bemis not only acted as a lawyer during these landmark cases, he also acted as a court reporter during each trial and eventually published his notes on each trial as the official transcription of the cases. At least in the the Webster case, the published transcripts from the trial was heavily edited and “slanted” so that the hanging of Dr. Webster was justified.
In 1858 he was struck by an hemorrhage in his lungs while arguing a case regarding railroads. Subsequently he moved to Europe for the remainder of his life. During this time in Europe he focused on the study of public law and published many pamphlets about neutrality in response to British positions on these topics. He died in Nice, France in January 18, 1878.
George Bemis, in his will, endowed the position of International Law Professor at Harvard Law School. “In his retirement he came to appreciate the need for an endowed chair which would support the advancement of knowledge and goodwill between governments. The Bemis Chair is given to a professor who is a “practical cooperator,” has had a connection with public life, and is capable of seeing the United States as one nation among many.” The chair is currently held by Noah Feldman.

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, 19th Century, American Civil War, American Civil War Pamphlets, American History, Pamphlets

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Brehm, Reisen im Sudan 1847 bis 1852. Brehm, Alfred Edmund. Reisen im Sudan 1847 bis 1852. Herausgegeben, bearbeitet und eingeleitet von Helmut Arndt. Mit 50 zeitgenössischen Darstellungen und 1 Karte. München / Zürich, Droemer Knaur, 1981. 11,5 x 18cm. 411 Seiten. Originale Broschur. Sehr guter Zustand. [Knaur, Band 3654].

“Brehms Tierleben” – wer kennt es nicht! Aber dass sein Verfasser auch Expeditionsabenteuer in Afrika bestand und Reisen im Sudan machte voller Strapazen und Gefahren, von denen er nicht weniger lebendig zu berichten wusste, ist für viele eine echte Entdeckung. Die Erzählkunst des großen Naturforschers, seine exakte Schilderung und genaue Beobachtung besonders von Fauna und Flora, Land und Leuten, machen sein Buch zu einer Kostbarkeit abenteuerlicher Reiseliteratur. [Knaur]

Keywords: 19.Jahrhundert, Abenteuer, Afrika, Reise, Reisebericht, Reiseliteratur, Sudan

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