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Literature of Java. [Three volumes]
Catalogue Raisonne of Javanese Manuscripts in the Library of the University of Leiden and other Public Collections in the Netherlands. The Hague Martinus Nyhoff 1967-70
First edition Three volumes, pp.xx, 325, xv, 972, xvii, 441, 41 illustrations, 3 in colour, 4 folding maps. Bibliotheca Universitatis Leidensis Codices Manuscripti IX, X, XI, XX. A very good set in original cloth.
Java in the 14th Century.
A Study in Cultural History. The Nagara-Kertagama by Rakawi Prapanca of Majapahit, 1365 A.D. Third edition, revised and enlarged by some contemporaneous texts, with notes, translations, commentaries and a glossary. The Hague Martinus Nijhoff 1960-63
Third edition, revised and enlarged Five volumes, pp.xvi, 125; xvi, 153; xiii, 177; x, 552; viii, 451, illustrations, 4 folding maps & plans. A near fine set in original cloth.
Memoir of the Life and Public Services of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, F.R.S. &c.
Particularly in the Government of Java, 1811-1816, and of Bencoolen and its Dependencies, 1817-1824; with Details of the Commerce and Resources of the Eastern Archipelago, and Selections from his Correspondence. By His Widow. London John Murray 1830
First edition 4to, pp.xv, , 723, , 100, 7 plates, 4 maps, several folding, including the large panorama of Singapore. A good copy bound in quarter leather, recased with new endpapers. Some plates repaired. Occasional spotting and light staining.
Report on Japan to the Secret Committee of the English East India Company by Sir Stamford Raffles, 1812-1816.
With preface by M. Paske-Smith. Kobe J.L. Thompson & Co (Retail), Ltd. 1929
First edition pp.xv, 252, frontispiece, 8 plates, 3 folding (of 9, lacking the large folding map of Nagasaki). A very good copy in original cloth.
Description Geographique, Historique et Commerciale de Java
et des autres iles de l'Archipel Indien, par Mm. Raffles, Ancien Gouverneur-General Anglais, a Batavia et John Crawfurd, Ancien Resident a la Cour du Sultan de Java; Contenant des details sur les Moeurs, les Arts, les Langues, les Religions et les Usages des Habitans de cette partie du monde, ouvrage traduit de l'Anglais, par M. Marchal, ex-Employe du Gouvernement. Brussels H Tarlier, et Jobard, Lithographe 1824-
First French edition 4to, pp.xix, 364, 47 lithographed plates, of which 10 are coloured by hand, 2 folding maps heightened in colour. A clean copy with wide margins to the text, bound in contemporary red half morocco, neatly rebacked preserving the original spine with gilt ornaments. A few plates slightly spotted as usual.
Brunet IV, 1088
De Ambonse Historie.
Behelsende een kort verhaal der gedenkwaardigste geschiedenissen zo in vreede als oorlog voorgevallen sedert dat de Nederlandsche Oost Indische Comp: Het besit in Amboina gehadt heeft. 'S-Gravenhage: Martinus Nijhoff 1910
First edition Two volumes bound in one, pp.327, 162. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indie, Zevende volgreeks, tiende deel. A very good copy bound in later cloth.
ou, recherches sur les racines primitives dans les langues Chinoises et Aryennes. Etude philologique. Batavia Bruining & Wijt. 1872
First edition pp.xvi, 181, . Verhandelingen van het Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen, Deel XXXVI, whole issue included. Bound in recent half calf, cloth boards. A very good copy.
Sketches, Civil and Military, of the Island of Java and its immediate dependencies:
Comprising interesting details of Batavia, and authentic Particulars of the Celebrated Poison-Tree. London 1811
First edition. pp.xix, , -406, , -8 (publishers adverts), folding map and folding plan. Original boards, paper label. Spine repaired.
Sketches, civil and military, of the Island of Java and its immediate dependencies:
Comprising interesting details of Batavia, and authentic particulars of the celebrated Poison-Tree. London Printed for J.J. Stockdale 1811
First edition pp.xix, , (17)-406, 2 folding maps. A good complete unsophisticated copy. The maps are in good condition, though mis-folded and lightly foxed. The title page is stained and there is some light foxing and off-setting throughout. The binding is contemporary boards, with later plain paper spine.
Indisch-Javaansch Heldendicht, voor de uitgave bewerkt. I: Voorrede, inleiding, vertaling, alphabetisch register van eigennamen, enz. II: Javaansche tekst en kritische aanteekeningen. Batavia Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen. 1860
First edition, two volumes, 4to, pp.274, map; [c.150, Javanese text], 392, . Text in Dutch and Javanese. Verhandelingen van het Bataviaasch Genootschap, Deel XXVII & XXVIII. Although printed on poor quality paper this set, rebound in half calf, cloth boards, is in very good condition. Professional paper repairs to some page edges. The original Javanese text is in the second volume, with critical notes. The first volume has an introduction (in Dutch), a Dutch translation, and a register of names. The editor, Cohen Stuart, taught Javanese language and literature in Surakarta.
1815: Superb illustrations of Java
Memoir of the Conquest of Java;
With the subsequent operations of the British Forces, in the oriental archipelago. To which is subjoined, A statistical and historical sketch of Java; Being the result of observations made in a tour through the country; With an account of its dependencies. London printed for T. Egerton, Military Library 1815
First edition 4to, pp.xxiv, 369, 35 plates, of which 18 are maps and charts and 17 uncoloured aquatints by Joseph Jeakes. A very good copy handsomely bound by Hering in contemporary full calf, neatly rebacked. Corners slightly bumped, a little light off-setting.
pp.viii, 549, 30 hand coloured plates. A very good copy bound in contemporary leather-backed boards. Blind stamp of British and Foreign Bible Society on title, and shelf number on spine. Inscribed to the British and Foreign Bible Society, from the Netherlands Bible Society.