‎AYMÉ Marcel - AYME Marcel.‎
‎ Uranus.‎

‎ P , NRF Gallimard 1948, in-12 (18,2 x 12,2 cm) de 285 (3) pp. Édition originale tirée à 1168 ex., un des 1040 exemplaires sur alfa, reliés d’après la maquette de Paul Bonet (Huret N°52). Papier cristal d’origine. ‎

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‎ ... Cohabitent dans l’appartement d’un petit cadre : un militant communiste et un professeur de maths qui rêve de la planète Uranus. Le militant héberge, en cachette, un homme recherché pour collaboration. Le patron d’un café, qui sert d’école admire Racine et se prend pour un poète tout en faisant du marché noir. Une analyse du comportement des habitants d’une petite ville de province pendant cette période trouble. - - - JUILLET 2021 - RETOUR de nos CATALOGUES sur notre site www.sisyphe.com : CHASSE - GASTRONOMIE - ŒNOLOGIE - PÈCHE - LITTERATURE XIXe - LIVRES ILLUSTRES - ÉDITIONS ORIGINALES - VOYAGES ET TOUJOURS plusieurs catalogues spécifiques : Henri Bosco - Colette - Giono + Contadour - Queneau - Ramuz - Roger Vailland - Bourgogne-Sud - Nous vous souhaitons une bonne journée.‎

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‎"LE VERRIER (LEVERRIER), URBAIN JEAN JOSEPH. - PREPARING FOR, PREDICTING AND CONFIRMING THE EXISTENCE OF NEPTUNE.‎

Reference : 49635

(1845)

‎Premier MÃmoire sur la thÃorie d'Uranus. (SÃance 10 Novembre 1845). (+) Recherches sur les mouvements d'Uranus. (SÃance du Lundi 1er Juin 1846). (+) Sur la planÚte qui produit les anomalies observÃes dans le mouvement d'Uranus. DÃtermination de ...‎

‎Paris, Bachelier, 1845 a. 1846. 4to. No wrappers. In: ""Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des sÃances de lâAcadÃmie des sciences"", Vol. 21, No 19, Vol. 22, No 22, Vol. 23, Nos 9, 14, 16 a. 17. (6 entire issues offered). Le verrier's papers: pp. 1050-1055 (No 19), pp. 907-919 (no 22), pp. 428-438 (No 9), pp. 657-659, 659-643, 676 (No 14), pp. 741, 741-754, 754 (No 16), pp. 798-799, 799-800 (No 17). With title-pages to vol. 21,22 a. 23. Titlepages with a small stamp in upper corner and a perforated stamp to lower margin. Light yellowing to title-pages, otherwise clean and fine on good paper.‎


‎First printing of Le Verrier's importent and famous papers, predicting and confirming the discovery of the Planet Neptune, including the ""preparatory"" paper, the first paper on the anomalities in the orbit of Uranus, the calculations on which eventually leading to his prediction and discovery of a new planet, Neptune the following year, 1846.""In 1846 John Cauch Adams... and Urban J. Leverrier... simultaneously and independently determined the location of a possible new planet... In 1845 he wrote of his findings of the mathematical location of a new planet to Sir George Bidell Airy,,, Because Adams was unknown, his letter was put aside. Meanwhile the same perturbations of Uranus had become of interest to Leverrier. On July 1(should be June !), 1846 he presented a paper ""Recherches sur les mouvements d'Uranus"" to the Academie des Sciences inParis. When Airy realized that Leverrier and Adams had reached the same conclusions, he hastened to suggest that a search be made for the newplanert. Shortly hereafter it was seen bur not recognized. About a week before it was found in England, it was discovered by Galle in Berlin on information supplied by Leverrier. Thus, the honour of the discovery, or even co-discovery of the new planet, Neptune, was lost to Adams and credited to Leverrier.... Adams paper was reade before the Royal Astronomical Society, November 13, 1846, and was published in 1847. (Milestones p. 40).Milestones of Science No 132. - Dibner No. 16.‎

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‎"LE VERRIER (LEVERRIER), URBAIN JEAN JOSEPH. - THE EXISTANCE OF NEPTUNE PREDICTED.‎

Reference : 47206

(1846)

‎Recherches sur les mouvements d'Uranus. (SÃance du Lundi 1er Juin 1846).‎

‎Paris, Bachelier, 1846. 4to. No wrappers. In: ""Comptes Rendu hebdomadaires des SÃances de lâAcadÃmie des Sciences"", Vol. 22, No 22. Pp. (893-) 928. (Entire issue offered). Le Verrier's paper: pp. 907-018.‎


‎First appearance of Le Verrier's paper in which he postulated the existance of a new planet on mathematical premises from the gravitational disturbencies of Uranus.""In 1846 John Cauch Adams... and Urban J. Leverrier... simultaneously and independently determined the location of a possible new planet... In 1845 he wrote of his findings of the mathematical location of a new planet to Sir George Bidell Airy,,, Because Adams was unknown, his letter was put aside. Meanwhile the same perturbations of Uranus had become of interest to Leverrier. On July 1(should be June !), 1846 he presented a paper ""Recherches sur les mouvements d'Uranus"" (the paper offered) to the Academie des Sciences inParis. When Airy realized that Leverrier and Adams had reached the same conclusions, he hastened to suggest that a search be made for the newplanert. Shortly hereafter it was seen bur not recognized. About a week before it was found in England, it was discovered by Galle in Berlin on information supplied by Leverrier. Thus, the honour of the discovery, or even co-discovery of the new planet, Neptune, was lost to Adams and credited to Leverrier.... Adams paper was reade before the Royal Astronomical Society, November 13, 1846, and was published in 1847. (Milestones p. 40).Milestones of Science No 132. - Dibner No. 16.‎

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‎NEWCOMB (Simon)‎

Reference : 60427

(1873)

‎An Investigation of the Orbit of Uranus with General Tables of its Motion‎

‎Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1873, in-4, VII, (1) et 288 pages, demi-toile verte de l'éditeur, Première édition. Newcomb, après avoir publié son calcul de l'orbite de Neptune en 1866 (découverte seulement 20 ans plus tôt, en 1846, par Le Verrier), se décida en 1867 à recalculer celle d'Uranus puisque la planète nouvellement découverte exerçait une action sur Uranus et rendait caduque tous les almanachs astronomiques antérieurs. Ainsi, avec le présent travail Newcomb propose une discussion des précédents calculs de l'orbite d'Uranus, une représentation de son mouvement au sein du système solaire, mais aussi et surtout une table générale des ses positions depuis le début de l'ère chrétienne jusqu'en 2300. Intérieur propre, grand de marges. Cartonnage sali et abîmé. Couverture rigide‎


‎Bon VII, (1) et 288 pages‎

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‎AYME Marcel‎

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‎URANUS.‎

‎Gallimard - NRF Paris 1948 In-12 ( 160 X 105 mm ), cartonnage décoré de l'éditeur d'après la maquette de Paul BONET. EDITION ORIGINALE, exemplaire numéroté sur alfa. Dos très légèrement "ombré" par endroits, sinon bel exemplaire. D'autres photos sur www.cazitel.com ‎


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‎AYMÉ (Marcel).‎

Reference : 1345758

‎Romans parisiens. Suivi d'Uranus.‎

‎P., Gallimard, 1959, in-4, cart. éd., maquette de Paul Bonet, étui. ‎


‎Contient : Le Vaurien. Maison basse. Le Boeuf clandestin. Travelingue. Le Chemin des écoliers. Uranus. Illustré de 32 aquarelles de Gen PAUL, VIVANCOS, B. KELLY, DEMONCHY, J.-D. MALCLES, PERRAUDIN, DECHELETTE. Huret. Les Cartonnages NRF, n° 50. ‎

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