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        Alveare historicum ex variis flosculis collectum sive CL. historiae ex variis authoribus amoeno stylo, et selecta phrasi elaboratae. Adiecto in fine duplici indice, tum historiarum, tum rerum praecipuarum. AUTHORE P. BASILIO BALTHASAR:

      S. Galli, Typis prinzipalis monasterii, 1751, Kl.-8°, Halbleder [8] Bl., 454 S., [20] Bl. Halbpergament der Zeit mit dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Einband berieben, Ecke bestoßen, innen sauber, insgesamt gutes u. seltenes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geschichte

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        Deliciae Naturae Selectae, oder auserlesenes Naturalien-Cabinet, welches aus den drey Reichen der Natur zeiget, was von curiösen Liebhabern aufbehalten und gesammlet zu werden verdienet ... Delices Physiques Choisies, ou choix de tout ce que les trois règnes de la nature renferment de plus digne des recherches d'un amateur curieux, pour en former un Cabinet Choisi de Curiositez Naturelles.

      Nürnberg, Knorr (Erben), (1751-)1766-1767. 2 volumes (bound in one). Imperial-folio (355 x 505mm). pp. (26), viii, 132; pp. (4), xx, 144, with one charmingly handcoloured engraved frontispiece and 91 large beautifully handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary full calf, gilt lines on covers, spine with 6 raised bands, gilt lettering and ornaments (spine has been skilfully rebacked at a later date). First edition and large paper copy of one of the most sumptuously illustrated German natural history books. Georg Wolfgang Knorr (1705-1761) was a Nuremberg engraver, art dealer, and scientist. He published some of the most beautiful natural history works to appear in the south of Germany. In the 18th century Nuremberg became the center for producing superbly illustrated natural history books. This was principally due to the stimulus of Dr. Trew, a wealthy Nuremberg physician who assembled a number of young artists and scientists around him, such as Ehret, the most gifted botanical artist of second half of the 18th century. Dr. Trew owned a large collection of natural history specimens, and his 'Wunderkammer' was admired by numerous foreign visitors. Most of the natural history specimens depicted in the present book derive from his collection as is mentionned at the bottom of each plate. The splendidly engraved and handcoloured plates depict mineralogical and zoological matter as follows: corals 15 plates; shells 7; butterflies 6; urchins 4; minerals 6; crustacea & spiders 7; starfishes 4; fishes 9; birds 7, quadrupeds 14; reptiles & amphibians 12. The animals and minerals are very well arranged on each plate and often cover the plate fully. "Das gilt vor allem für Knorrs prächtigstes Werk, die 'Deliciae naturae selectae', in dem er versuchte, die schönsten und seltensten Exemplare aus den drei Reichen der Natur abzubilden… Die meisterhaften Kolorierungen der Kupferstiche in Knorrs Publikationen sind besonderes bestechend… Die Nürnberger Illuministen und Illumistinnen, die auch international einen sehr guten Ruf hatten, sparten nicht mit guten Farben" (H. Ludwig, Nürnberger naturgeschichtliche Malerei im 17. Und 18. Jahrhundert pp.172-3). The text is in German and French.//Provenance: Armorial bookplate with crown and monogram EK and 'Loyal en tout'.//Nissen ZBI, 2227.

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        Prima classis humani corporis origine[m], formationem, dissectionem, temperaturam, facultates, facultatum[que] cum auctiones omnes, tum instrumenta & loca singula complectitur.Venice, heirs of Lucantonio Giunta, 1541. Folio. With title-page within woodcut border, displaying 8 scenes of Galen curing patients or dissecting an animal, 4 woodcut illustrations in text and numerous woodcut initials and headpieces. Contemporary vellum.

      - Durling 1751; S. Fortuna, The Latin editions of Galen’s Opera omnia (1490-1625) and their Prefaces (2012) pp. 399-402; cf. Hagelin, Rare and important medical books, pp.12-15. One of the seven volumes comprising the collected works of the Greek physician Galen, published under the general title Opera omnia nunc primum in unum corpus redacta in the years 1541-1542. "There is no name more illustrious in the whole history of medicine than that of Galen Written in Greek, this Galenic treasure reached the Latin Western World only through Arabic translations" (Hagelin). The present volume mainly deals with the anatomy of the human body: the nerves, the muscles, the veins etc. All the volumes were edited by the physician Agostino Gadaldini (1515-1575) from Modena. When the present edition appeared, it was presented as the "new translation", based mostly on earlier humanist translations of Greek manuscripts, but also with many new translations and commentaries by well-known physicians of that day. "It is interesting to note one of Gadaldini's collaborators was Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564). He revised the translations of Galen's anatomical works, in particular the version of Anatomical procedures" (Fortuna), which can be found in the present volume. The present copy is frequently annotated in the margins in an early hand.With bookplate and owner's inscription. Binding worn, spine heavily damaged on top and bottom, wormholes. With a large waterstain affecting the title-page and some occasional smaller waterstains and spots. Internally in good condition.

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        Brixia Veronae Mater Amata Meae

      Brescia 1751 - Splendida larga veduta panoramica della città di Brescia, presa da est, disegnata da Francesco Battaglioli e incisa da Francesco Zucchi per l'opera di Antonio Sambuca "Memorie istoriche artistiche intorno all'antico Stato de' Cenomani ed ai loro confini", pubblicata a Brescia, presso Rizzardi, nel 1751. Firmata nel margine inferiore, in basso a sinistra: F.CO BATTAGLIOLI DIS. e in basso a destra F.CO ZUCCHI SCOLPÌ. Il titolo, contenuto entro un cartiglio retto da angeli, è una citazione dichiarata da Catullo, Carme LXVI. Nel margine inferiore, ampia dedica di Antonio Sambuca al Cardinale Angelo Maria Querini, datata "Brescia primo Febbrajo MDCCLI". Al centro del margine inferiore, grande stemma cardinalizio di Querini. Ai due lati della dedica, due rubriche di 13 rimandi ciascuna sormontate da due vignette. Acquaforte, lieve e uniforme brunitura, al verso tracce di colla e alcuni strappi restaurati. T. Sinistrri, Brescia nelle Stampe, p. 70; Il voltostorico di Brescia, pp. 110-113 Dimensioni 1284 486mm

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        Das englische Gartenbuch, Oder Philipp Millers (Gärtners der preiswürdigen Apothekergesellschaft in dem Kräutergarten zu Chelsea, und Mitgliedes der Königl. Englischen Societät der Wissenschaften), Gärtner-Lexicon, in sich haltend die Art und Weise, wie sowohl der Küchen- Frucht- Blumen- und Kräutergarten, als auch Lustwälder, Glashäuser und Winterungen, nebst dem Weingarten, nach den Regeln der erfahrensten Gärtner jetziger Zeit, zu bauen und zu verbessern seyn: dazu kommet noch die Historie der Pflanzen, der Character und englische Name jedes Geschlechtes, die deutschen und lateinischen Namen aller besondern Sorten, wie auch eine Erklärung der in der Botanick und Gartenkunst gebräuchlichen Kunstwörter, nebst einer den Lehren der besten Na

      Nürnberg, Georg Lochner, 1750-1751. - Nach der fünften, verm. u. verb. Ausgabe, aus dem Englischen, Band 1 und 2. 37 cm. Band 1. Original Halbleder (Hardcover), Band 2 Original Leder (Hardcover). Beide auf 5 echten Bünden mit ggpr. Rückenschild. Gut. Beide Einbände bestoßen und beschabt, Bd. 2 m. Fehlteilen an den Kapitalen und Einrissen an den Gelenken oben, diese fachmännisch mit Japanpapier hinterlegt. Band 1 innen sehr sauber und frisch. Seiten Band 2 teils mit Wasserflecken am Rand und im Satzspiegel etwas gedunkelt. Das letzte Blatt des Registers nur rudimentär vorhanden. BAND 1, 1. Theil: 1 Bl., 1 gest. Frontispiz [Idealer Barockgarten] von A. Nunzer, 1 Titelbl., 1 Bl. Priivileg, 2 Bl. Widmung, 4 Bl. Vorrede d. Übers., 548 [recte 528] zweisp. S. [AB bis LV] m. 4 Abb. im Text sowie 5 (dav. 3 gefalt.) Kupfern u. je einer Kapitel- u. Schlussvignette. BAND 2, 2. Theil (1751): 2 Blatt, mit Titelvignette, 620 zweisp. Seiten [MA bis Zusätze] mit 2 Kupfertafeln ("die ordentliche und die grosse Presse"), 4 gestochenen botanischen Tafeln (Tafeln stärker gebräunt), einer gestochenen Textabb. sowie einigen Kartuschen, 11 Bll. Register (engl., lat., deutsch). Im Band zwei Besitzervermerk von alter Hand: "K. Meyer, Berggarten Hannover Herrenhausen". Dochnahl 105; Haller II,220 (Magnum Opus); Stafleu-Cowen 6048; Pritzel 6237; Güntz II,12; Ensslin/Engelmann 212. 1758 erschien noch ein hier nicht angebotener 3. Ergänzungsband. Das "Gärtnerlexicon" kann als eines der wichtigsten Gartenbücher überhaupt bezeichnet werden. Es half vielen, ja noch im französischen Gartenstil ausgebildeten, Gärtnern die vielfältigen Anforderungen der Auftraggeber nach Einrichtung eines nach der neuesten englischen Mode gestalteten "Landschaftsgartens" zu erfüllen. Seine Verwendung ist bei zahlreichen Gartenanlagen nachweisbar, so z.B. in den Schloßgärten von Herrenhausen und Karlsruhe. Linné selber meinte, dass es eigentlich den Titel eines botanische Lexikons verdiente. "Es ist das einzige größere systematische Werk, dass auch nach Linné seine Geltung behauptete. Es ergänzte Linnés kurze Diagnosen in praktisch brauchbarer Weise". (Jessen 1864). "This celebrated dictionary by a writer known for his knowledge of botany, and for his skill in gardening, proved a success from the start. Many editions appeared in (England) and versions were published in Holland, France, and Germany." (Henney II,215). [Lexikon Gärtnerlexikon] Bitte beachten Sie, dass die angegebenen Versandkosten nur für Sendungen bis zu einem Gesamtgewicht von 1 Kg gelten. Bei schwereren Sendungen betragen die Versandkosten innerhalb Deutschands € 5,00. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, theological, moral, dramatic, and poetical.

      London: J. and P. Knapton,, 1751. Several of them now first printed. Revised and published, with an Account of the Life of the Author, By Thomas Birch. 2 volumes, octavo (206 x 118 mm). Contemporary brown full calf, red and green morocco labels to spine, compartments gilt ruled, supralibros to front and rear boards, plain cream endpapers, top edge brown. Frontispiece to Volume 1. Library labels to front pastedowns, advertisement slip for the 1754 edition tipped-in to front pastedown of Volume 1, some light marginalia throughout. The pagination of sheet N, Volume 2, is mistakenly duplicated from sheet M. Wear and rubbing to extremities, creases and splitting to spine joints, spill-burns to front board of Volume 1 and rear board of Volume 2, endpapers browned from the turn-ins, front free endpaper of Volume 1 partially loose, some creasing to tips, a little foxing throughout, heavier creasing to p. 575 of Volume 2, a very good set. First edition. This, Cockburn's complete works, most notably includes the first appearance in print of her third defence of Locke, "A Vindication of Mr Locke's Christian Principles, from the injurious Imputations of Dr. Holdsworth", which was composed in 1726 but failed to find a publisher at the time. Published posthumously and by subscription, this edition also contains all her important philosophical writing, including her first and second Lockean defences of 1702 and 1726; the first biography of Cockburn, written by Thomas Birch, her editor; and the lesser known works such as her letters, poetry, and her early play, Fatal Friendship (1698). The supralibros are that of the Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet, an association of Scottish lawyers and one of the oldest professional bodies in the world. Their private library, part of the Parliament house complex in Edinburgh, opened in 1822; King George IV described it as "the finest drawing room in Europe". This is a rare edition, commercially scarce.

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        An Enquiry Into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers, &c.

      1751 - Fielding on Crime and the Evils of Gin Fielding, Henry [1707-1754]. An Enquiry Into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers, &c. With Some Proposals for Remedying this Growing Evil. In Which the Present Reigning Vices are Impartially Exposed; And the Laws that Relate to the Provision for the Poor, And to the Punishment of Felons are Largely and Freely Examined. By Henry Fielding, Esq; Barrister at Law, and One of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Middlesex, And for the City and Liberty of Westminster. London: Printed for A. Millar, 1751. xxxii, 203, [1] pp. With a half-title. 12mo (6-1/2" x 3-3/4"). Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt-tooled raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Some toning to text, light foxing in a few places, light marks in pencil to margins in a few places. A handsome copy. * Second edition, published teh same year as the first. This tract by the great writer draws attention to the social evils of the time, gin consumption among the poor especially. An influential piece, it inspired a bill to restrict gin production and Hogarth's famous engraving, "Gin Lane." The advertisement on the last page, possibly written by Sir John Fielding, is headed "To the Public." It advertises a domestic employment agency that offers servants free of "the rude Behaviour and Insolence of Servants of all Kinds" that has "become a general complaint." Two issues were published in 1751, another by Millar (as an octavo) and a Dublin imprint by M. Faulkner. English Short-Title Catalogue T89871. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Erste Gründe der bürgerlichen Baukunst in einem Zusammenhange entworfen. Mit XXXV Kupfern. 4. veränd. u. verm. Aufl.

      4. Titelbl., 4 nn. Bll. (Vorrede), 332 S., 11 nn. Bll. (Index, Verbesserungen), 19 gef. Taf. mit 35 Kpfr. Halblederband d. Zeit, mit e. goldgeprägten Rückenschild u. goldgeprägten Rückenzierlinien, Einbanddeckel marmoriert, Rücken etw. berieben, Ecken u. Kanten bestoßen, Seiten nur wenig vergilbt u. schwach stockfleckig. Mit je e. Namensz. v. alter Hand am Titelblatt u. am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt. Breitrandiger Druck. Poggend. 2,1046. Vgl. GV 142,198. ADB 37,105. Hamberger/M. 3,667f. Cat. of the Avery Memorial Architectural Libr. of Columbia Univ. 17,771 (2. Aufl.) - Schönes Architekturlehrbuch (Erstaufl. 1751) d. Jenaer Professors f. Physik u. Mathematik, S. (1722-1801), d. in einigen Auflagen erschienen ist. Vorliegende 4. Aufl. stellt die umfangreichste u. vollständigste dar.

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        Miscellaneae Observationes criticae in auctores veteres et recentiores. Ab Eruditis Britannis inchoatae, & nunc a Doctis Viris, in Belgio & aliis regionibus, continuatae. Band 11-14: Miscellaneae Observationes criticae novae in Auctores veteres et recentiores in Belgio collectae et proditae in annum MDCCXL. 12 Teile in 14 Bänden.

      Amstelaedami / Amsterdam, Jansson-Waesberg, 1732-1739 und 1740-1751 - 14 Bände, 14 vols. ( complete). Oktav. Pergament Bände der Zeit. Teils wasserrandig, angestaubt. Bei zwei Bänden wölbt sich das Pergament aufgrund eines Wasserschadens. (kann aber restauriert werden) Eine editorisches Grossprojekt, mit Index, Rezensionen etc. Barbier IV, 1315; Ebert 14972.

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        The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy; which far exceeds anything of the kind ever yet published. Containing, I. Of Roasting, Boiling, &c. II. Of Made-Dishes. III. Read this Chapter, and you will find how Expensive a French Cook's Sauce is. IV. To make a Number of pretty little Dishes fit for a Supper or Side-Dish, and little Corner-Dishes for a great Table; and the rest you have in the Chapter for Lent. V. To dress Fish. VI. Of Soops and Broths. Vii. Of Puddings. Viii. Of Pies. IX. For a Lent Dinner, a Number of good Dishes, which you may make use of for a Table at any other Time. X. Directions for the Sick. XI. For Captains of Ships. XII. Of Hogs Puddings, Sausages, &c. XIII. To pot and make Hams, &c. XIV. Of Pickling. XV. Of making Cakes, &c. XVI. Of Cheesecakes, Creams, Jellies, Whip Syllabubs, &c. XVII. Of Made Wines, Brewing, French Bread, Muffins...By a lady. London, printed for the author, and sold at the Bluecoat-Boy, near the Royal-Exchange; at Mrs Ashburn's China-Shop, the Corner of Fleet-Ditch; at the Leg and Dial, in Fleet-Street; at the Prince of Wales's Arms, in Tavistock-Street, Covent-Garden; by W. Innys, in Pater-Noster Row; J. Hodges, on London-Bridge: T. Trye, near Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holborn; J. Brotherton, in Cornhill; and by the Booksellers in Town and Country. MDCCLI [1751].

      Fourth edition. 8vo. pp. [2], iv, [20], 334. Engraved advertisement frontispiece for 'Hannah Glasse Habit Maker' with Royal Arms at head. Signed by the author at head of p.1. Contemporary mottled calf, gilt, spine in compartments and with red morocco label. Rebacked, preserving original backstrip. Scarce edition. ESTC lists 8 copies. Provenance: Caroline Jane Sheppard; Jane Allen (later ink signatures) Bitting 186-190 (note); Cagle 698; Maclean pp. 59-61; Vicaire 413-414 (note); cf. Simon, BG, 761-773 (various editions)

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        Kleinigkeiten von G. E. Leßing. Neue Auflage.

      8. (16 x 10 cm). Titel mit Titelkupfer (G. A. Fridrich), 100 S., 2 nn. Bll. (Inhalt), zahlr. Holzschnittvignetten. Pappband d. Zt. mit jeweils drei flieg. Vor- u. Nachsatzbll., auf dem ersten eine hs. Widmung u. der dez. Stempel eines Sammlers. Auf Bütten gedruckt, nahezu fleckenfrei. Einbandbezug fleckig u. mit kleinen Einrissen am Rücken. Zweite Auflage von Lessings spielerisch heiteren Gedichten zu Liebe und Wein. Die erste Auflage mit 65 Gedichten und Liedern erschien 1751 ab der vorliegenden zweiten Auflage um 21 Stücke vermehrt, ist sie als erste vollständige Ausgabe zu bezeichnen. Höchst selten.- Vgl. Goedeke IV,1,361,36 b vgl. Seifert 175.

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        The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, theological, moral, dramatic, and poetical. Several of them now first printed. Revised and published, with an Account of the Life of the Author, By Thomas Birch.

      London: J. and P. Knapton, 1751 - 2 volumes, octavo (206 x 118 mm). Contemporary brown full calf, red and green morocco labels to spine, compartments gilt ruled, supralibros to front and rear boards, plain cream endpapers, top edge brown. Library labels to front pastedowns, advertisement slip for the 1754 edition tipped-in to front pastedown of Volume 1, some light marginalia throughout. The pagination of sheet N, Volume 2, is mistakenly duplicated from sheet M. Wear and rubbing to extremities, creases and splitting to spine joints, spill-burns to front board of Volume 1 and rear board of Volume 2, endpapers browned from the turn-ins, front free endpaper of Volume 1 partially loose, some creasing to tips, a little foxing throughout, heavier creasing to p. 575 of Volume 2, a very good set. Frontispiece to Volume 1. First edition. This, Cockburn's complete works, most notably includes the first appearance in print of her third defence of Locke, "A Vindication of Mr Locke's Christian Principles, from the injurious Imputations of Dr. Holdsworth", which was composed in 1726 but failed to find a publisher at the time. Published posthumously and by subscription, this edition also contains all her important philosophical writing, including her first and second Lockean defences of 1702 and 1726; the first biography of Cockburn, written by Thomas Birch, her editor; and the lesser known works such as her letters, poetry, and her early play, Fatal Friendship (1698). The supralibros are that of the Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet, an association of Scottish lawyers and one of the oldest professional bodies in the world. Their private library, part of the Parliament house complex in Edinburgh, opened in 1822; King George IV described it as "the finest drawing room in Europe". This is a rare edition, commercially scarce. Yolton C1751-1. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        An Enquiry Into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers, &c...

      1751. London, 1751. 1st ed. 12mo. Fielding on Crime and the Evils of Gin Fielding, Henry [1707-1754]. An Enquiry Into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers, &c. With Some Proposals for Remedying this Growing Evil. In Which the Present Reigning Vices are Impartially Exposed; And the Laws that Relate to the Provision for the Poor, And to the Punishment of Felons are Largely and Freely Examined. By Henry Fielding, Esq; Barrister at Law, and One of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Middlesex, And for the City and Liberty of Westminster. London: Printed for A. Millar, 1751. xxxii, 203, [1] pp. With a half-title. 12mo (6-1/2" x 3-3/4"). Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt-tooled raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Some toning to text, light foxing in a few places, light marks in pencil to margins in a few places. A handsome copy. $500. * First edition. This tract by the great writer draws attention to the social evils of the time, gin consumption among the poor especially. An influential piece, it inspired a bill to restrict gin production and Hogarth's famous engraving, "Gin Lane." The advertisement on the last page, possibly written by Sir John Fielding, is headed "To the Public." It advertises a domestic employment agency that offers servants free of "the rude Behaviour and Insolence of Servants of all Kinds" that has "become a general complaint." Two issues were published in 1751, another by Millar (as an octavo) and a Dublin imprint by M. Faulkner. English Short-Title Catalogue T89871.

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        Alfred: a Masque. Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's Servants

      London: Printed for A. Millar, opposite to Catherine-Street, in the Strand, 1751. Second edition, revised, after the first edition of 1740; and the second printing of "Rule Britannia", also revised, with new stanzas added by Lord Bolingbroke. [8], 72 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Sewn. Some light, early waterstaining throughout the text, but a fresh, untrimmed copy, in a quarter brown morocco clamshell box with the book ticket of Donald & Mary Eccles. Second edition, revised, after the first edition of 1740; and the second printing of "Rule Britannia", also revised, with new stanzas added by Lord Bolingbroke. [8], 72 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. "Rule, Britannia!" Originally written for the stage by Thomson and Mallet, with music provided by Thomas Arne, ALFRED was greatly revised by Mallet in 1751 for stage performance - with several changes made in the principal role for David Garrick. Moreover, the original "Rule Britannia" was transformed by the addition of three stanzas by Lord Bolingbroke. So substantial were the revisions for this performance, in fact, Tinker calls this the first edition. Rothschild 1362; Tinker 1518

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        Histoire de la Jamaïque traduite de l'anglois,par M*** ancien officier de dragons [Raulin].

      Londres, chez Nourse, 1751, 2 vol. in 12, de 2ff. 285pp., 1f. 248pp., ill. de 6 planches gravées dépl. (moulin à sucre, poissons et crocodile, fruits et plantes dont le bananier, le caféier, le piment), pl. veau moucheté époque, dos lisse orné., qq. très rares rousseurs, et un mors inf. lég. fendu sinon bon exemplaire. Traduction généralement considérée comme celle dit livre de Sir Hans Sloane sur la Jamaïque. Ce naturaliste britannique, accompagna l'expédition du duc d'Albermale dans les Antilles en 1687. Il étudia les ressources naturelles de l'île : politique, économie, commerce, histoire naturelle, agriculture (banane, café, piments, poissons...), et ramena 800 espèces de plantes. En fait il s'agirait plutôt de la traduction de "A New and Exact Account of Jamaica" ouvrage publié en 1739 à Edinburgh et rédigé par Charles Leslie (cf. British Libr. et Conlon). ¶ Chadenat 4668 "Rare récit de ce voyage en Jamaïque, dans lequel on trouve des renseignements intéressants sur cette île, notamment en ce qui concerne sa politique et son histoire naturelle." - Sabin 35585 et 82167 - Boucher de La Richarderie VI, 186 "Le voyage de Sloane .. est une mine féconde pour les naturalistes, surtout quant à la partie de la botanique. L'étendue que Sloane a donnée à ses recherches sur les plantes, et l'exactitude des descriptions qu'il en a faites, donnent un grand prix à cet ouvrage" - Leclerc 721

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        The Faerie Queene. With original editions, published by himself at London in Quarto; the former containing the first three books printed in 1590, and the latter the six books in 1596. To which is added, a new life of the author, and also a Glossary

      London: for J. Brindley and S. Wright, 1751. Quarto. In three volumes. Illustrated with thirty-two copper-plates, from the original drawings of the late W. Kent, esq. Vol. I. 20 plates 453pp. [mis-numbered pages 113-116 but text complete). After contents, The Life of Mr. Spenser p. [ii]-cccvii. A Letter of the Author's to Sir Walter Raleigh p. [iii]-viii; Glossary p. li-lxiii; (2)pp. errata. The first book follow the errata. Vol. II. 7 plates. Lacks page 271-272(1 leaf), 450pp. Vol. III. 5 plates 440pp. Bound in contemporary mottled calf, spines gilt decorated, newer leather labels gilt, lower margin of title page with piece torn away not affecting text. Bindings are rough but holding well. While lacking one leaf, this item is priced accordingly. From the library of John Wyndham Bruce, Knight 1809-1868 of Roehampton Priory Surrey Son of the late Rev Horace Lewis Bruce Vicar of Abbotsham Devon, grandfather the Rt. Hon Sir JL Knight Bruce.

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        Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae. Hrsg.: Imperatorskaja Akademija Nauk.

      Typis Academiae, St. Petersburg 1751 - Tomus XIII. Ad annum MDCCXLI ¿ XLIII. [1] Bl., 474 S., [2] Bl., 1 Titelkupfer, 4 gefaltete Kupfertafeln. Halbleder der Zeit mit vergoldeten Rückenprägungen und Titelschild. Rundum Rotschnitt. Vorsätze in marmoriertem Papier. Ecken und Kanten teilweise bestoßen, Papier gelegentlich gebräunt und fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cronaca Veneta Sacra e Profana, o sia un Compendio di Tutte le Cose Più Illustri ed Antiche della Citta di Venezia. Rinnovata in Questa Ultima Edizione, e in Ogni Sua Parte di Gran Lunga con Nuove Aggiunte Accresciuta e Rimodernata, Tomo Primo e Secondo.

      [12], 310; 406 pp. 12mo. Cloth spines, gilt titles, paper over boards. Italian text. An 18th century guide to Venice by Pietro Antonio Pacifico, with engraved illustrations, including several fold-outs. Rebound with new endpapers. Minor ink notes on flyleaves, modern owner bookplate on front endpaper of each volume. Venezia: Presso Francesco Pitteri, Con Licenza de' Superiori, e Privilegio., 1751. Revised Edition. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        THE LETTERS OF PLINY THE YOUNGER with Observations on Each Letter; and an Essay on Pliny's Life Address to Charles Lord Boyle By John Earl of Orrery. Two Volumes

      London: James Bettenham for Paul Vaillant, 1751. First Edition. Full Leather. Very Good. Octavo. TWO VOLUMES. Engraved vignette title pages, dated and engraved vignette title page for The Tenth Book of Pliny's Epistles, illustrated with 20 wonderful copperplate engraved head and tail pieces. Vol. 1 ,450pp., [24]pp. index, [1] pp. explanation of copper engravings. Vol. II. 397pp., [32]pp. index, [1]p. explanation of copper engravings. Bound in contemporary calf, older rebacking with original spines laid down, leather labels gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges speckled red; a few small minor splits to joints, light chipping and wear to spines ends and corners. Internally remarkably clean and bright. Overall a very good set. John Earl of Orrery writes to Charles Lord Boyle: "Pliny was an elegant scholar, an excellent philosopher, and a powerful orator, the patron and example of those arts and sciences , which he cultivated and admired. His abilities were only to be exceeded by his candour, and integrity; so that, among the most celebrated names of antiquity, scarce any character will be found adequate to Pliny."

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        Art de faire éclorre et d'élever en toute saison des oiseaux domestiques de toutes espèces, soit par le moyen de la chaleur du fumier, soit par le moyen de celle du feu ordinaire

      1751. A Paris de l'Imprimerie Royale 1751. 2 volumes In-12 plein veau de l'époque, dos à nerfs très orné, pièce de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges. XVIII + 364 + 427 pages. Bien complet des 16 planches dépliantes, 9 pour le tome 1, 7 pour le tome 2. Beaux bandeaux gravés en tête de chapitre. Petit manque à la coiffe du tome I sans aucune gravité. L'ouvrage est divisé en 11 mémoires, avec, en fin de chaque mémoire l'explication détaillé des figures illustrant les planches. 1er mémoire : Des fours, au moyen desquels on fait éclorre les poulets en Egypte & des fours et fourneaux qui se trouvent presque tout faits dans la plupart des pays et qui peuvent être employés avec succès au même usage. 2ème mémoire : Idée générale des moyens de faire éclorre des poulets & des oiseaux domestiques de toutes les autres espèces & en toute saison, dans des couches de fumier. 3eme mémoire : De la construction des fours chauffés par le seul fumier, qui consistent en un simple tonneau. 4ème mémoire : de l'arrangement des oeufs dans les fours, & des attentions au moyen desquelles on réussit à les entretenir dans une chaleur propre à en faire éclorre les poulets. 5ème mémoire : Des effest funestes aux poulets renfermés dans la coquille, produits par des vapeurs imperceptibles ; des remèdes qui les préviennent ; & de la construction d'un four inaccessible aux vapeur du fumier. 6ème mémoire : de la naissance des poulets. Tome second : 1er mémoire : Moyens de suppléer aux mères qui manquent aux poulets éclos dans les fours. 2ème mémoire : Suite de la manière d'élever les poulets. Des différentes nourritures qu'on peut leur donner. 3ème mémoire : Où l'on parcourt les utilités que peuvent procurer les nouvelles manières de faire éclorre & d'élever les oiseaux ; & ou on examine si elles sont sujettes à des inconvéniens, comme on les en a soupconnées. 4ème mémoire : Esquisses des amusemens philosophiques que les oiseaux d'une basse-cour ont à offrir. 5ème mémoire : Sur la manière d'engraisser la volaille. Bel exemplaire.

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        An Enquiry Into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers, &c With Some Proposals for Remedying this Growing Evil

      London: Printed for A. Millar, 1751. Second Edition. Full calf. Good. 12mo. xxxii, 203pp., [1]. Full brown calf binding with raised bands and red leather title label on spine. Right front flyleaf removed otherwise book in very good condition. Half title page is present. Very light edge wear to boards and head of spine. Armorial bookplate of Wm. Constable, Esq. F.R.S. & F.A.S. on front paste down. A newer bookplate of Donald L. Stone on rear paste down. Old small paper label bottom of spine.

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        He Kaine Diatheke. Novum Testamentum Graecum Editionis Receptae Cum Lectionibus Variantibus . Nec Non Commentario Pleniore Opera et Studio Joannis-Jacobi Wetstenii. " vol. Complete

      Amsterdam 1751 - 966+920+27 pages p. With latin and Greec text Bound in 2 contemporary half calf (Folio)with raised bands and titellabels with goldprint. . With golddecoration on spines

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        He Kaine Diatheke. Novum Testamentum Graecum Editionis Receptae Cum Lectionibus Variantibus . Nec Non Commentario Pleniore Opera et Studio Joannis-Jacobi Wetstenii. '' vol. Complete.

      Amsterdam, 1751. 966+920+27 pages pp. With latin and Greec text. Bound in 2 contemporary half calf (Folio)with raised bands and titellabels with goldprint. . With golddecoration on spines. 17041602

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        O CAPITAÕ DE INFANTARIA PORTUGUEZ,

      - COM MA THEORICA, E PRATICA DAS SUAS FUNÇÕES, Exercitadas assim nas Armadas terrestres, e navaes, como nas Praças, e Corte, EM QUE SE COMPREHENDEM A JURISDICÇAM, POLITICA, E CONSCIENCIA do Capitaõ, a Economia da Companhia, as Evoluções, e marchas da Infantaria; as funções, e guardas da Corte, Armadas, Campanhas, e Praças; as Recrutas dos Soldados, e Officiaes; e a Architectura Militar da Infantaria, com a delineaçaõ e pratica de todas as obras de fachina, e terra. Governando a Capitania do Rio de Janeiro, e a das Minas Geraes O ILLUSTRISSIMO, E EXCELLENTISSIMO SENHOR GOMES FREIRE DE ANDRADA, DEDICADO AO LEITOR UNIVERSAL, POR ANDRÈ RIBEIRO COUTINHO, Fidalgo da Casa de Sua Magestade, Coronel de hum dos Regimentos de Infantaria da Praça do Rio de Janeiro. TOMO I [+ TOMO II]. LISBOA, Na Regia Officina SYLVIANA, e da Academia Real. M.DCC.LI [1751]. Obra em 2 volumes. In 8º gr. (24x19 cm) com [58], 402 e [5], 375 pags. Encadernações da época inteiras de pele marmoreada com ferros a ouro nas lombadas (lombada do 1º tomo cansada e com danos nas coifas). Ilustrado com 32 gravuras extratexto, entre os quais 2 planos de batalha da autoria do gravador Debrie, dos quais salientamos o mapa da Batalha de Fontenoy travada em 11 de Maio de 1745 e ganha pela França contra a Inglaterra e os seus aliados Exemplar com uma pequena galeria de traça sobre as primeiras 16 páqginas do 2º volume, recuperável e sem perda significativa de texto. Obra muito rara sobre a organização interna de uma companhia de infantaria em tempo de paz e durante a guerra, com muito aspectos da psicologia e das relações dos oficiais, dentro e fora dos quartéis, e com conselhos práticos sobre os procedimentos do dia-a-dia. Inocêncio I, 68: «André Ribeiro Coutinho, neto do antecedente, e filho de Paschoal Ribeiro Coutinho, de quem se faz também menção n?este Dicionário. Serviu o Estado militarmente, tanto dentro do reino como fóra d?ele, sendo despachado para a India no posto de Sargento mór em 1723, depois em 1735 Tenente Coronel para a Nova Colonia do Sacramento na América; e ultimamente nomeado Coronel de um regimento de infanteria do Rio de Janeiro, onde acabou seus dias em 1751. ? O Capitão de Infanteria portuguez, com a theorica e practica das suas funcções, assim nas Armadas terrestres e navaes, como nas Praças e Corte. Lisboa, na Off. Silviana 1751. 4.° gr. 2 tomos com estampas. Esta obra, tida em estimação no seu género, foi por seu autor composta expressamente para instrução de D. Francisco Xavier Mascarenhas, distinto cabo-de-guerra português que militou na India, e que também nos deixou alguns poucos escritos havidos por clássicos, os quais vão mencionados em seu lugar. Veio a imprimir se póstuma, bem que no mesmo ano em que o autor faleceu. O seu preço regular tem sido de 2:400 réis, posto que às vezes tenham aparecido exemplares vendidos por quantias muito inferiores». Borba de Moraes. Bibliogr. Bras. 1, 226: «This work figures in the catalogue of Classics of the 'Academia', and has a certain interest as regards Brazil. The author, a famous Portuguese soldier, was colonel of an infantry regiment in Rio de Janeiro, and died there in 1751. He was one of the officers belonging to the entourage of Gomes Freire, and dedicated the Capitão de Infantaria to him. There are long letters of Ribeiro Coutinho in praise of Alpoym in the Exame de Bombeiros, and the Exame de Artilheiros. This work is sumptuously printed and illustrated, and is quite rare». Outras referências: Barbosa Machado 1, 172 e Soares, Ernesto. Hist. grav. 1, 632; Sabin não refere. Work on the internal organization of an infantry company in peacetime and during the war, with very aspects of psychology and the relations of the officials, inside and outside the barracks, and practical advice on the procedures of the everyday life at the barracks. Bindings: contemporary full marbled calf gilt at spines (spine of the 1st volume is worn out and damaged at the top of the spine). Illustrated with 32 engravings ho

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        Sieben Bücher über natürliche Geburtshülfe.

      VIII, 469 (1) Seiten. Halblederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung. *Erste deutschsprachige Ausgabe (erschien zuerst in lateinischer Sprache). - Boer, Johann Lukas (ursprünglich J. L. Boogers), (1751-1835) war ein Pionier der natürlichen Geburt und Begründer der Wiener Schule der Geburtshilfe. Er lehnte die übertriebene Anwendung der Kunsthilfe bei der Geburt ab und verwies auf die Naturkräfte des Körpers. Unter seiner Leitung in der Wiener Geburtshilflichen Klinik lag die Mortalitätsrate beim Kindbettfieber unter einem Prozent. Hirsch nennt ihn "einen der genialsten Geburtshelfer, die es je gab. Die ganze moderne Geburtshilfe, wie wir sie heute kennen, ruht auf B's Lehren" (Hirsch-Hüb. I, 596). - vorsatzblatt mit einer privaten widmung von 1860. Schönes Exemplar in guter Gesamterhaltung.

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        The History of the Long Captivity and Adventures of Thomas Pellow, in South-Barbary.: Giving an account of his being taken by two Sallee Rovers, and carry'd a slave to Mequinez, at eleven years of age; his various adventures in that country for the space of twenty-three years; escape, and return home. In which is introduced a particular account of the manners and customs of the Moors .

      [1751], [Bath] R. Goadby 1751 - A very good copy bound in contemporary calf, later calf spine. Boards a little scuffed.

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        THE ADVENTURES OF PEREGRINE PICKLE. In Which Is Included, Memoirs of a Lady of Quality.

      Printed for the Author: And Sold by D. Wilson, at Plato's Head, near Round-Court, in the Strand, London 1751 - Four volumes in original 18th century bindings. First edition, first issue. Cancel present at L12 in Volume III, and final two pages of the same volume misnumbered 204 and 205 (instead of 304 and 305). Vol. I: x, 288 pages of text. Vol. II: x, 322 pages. Vol. III: vi, [305] pages including erratum. Vol. IV: viii, 315 pages. Volume one and four with one preliminary blank endpaper and two final blank endpapers. Volume two with one preliminary blank and three final blank endsheets. Volume three with one preliminary blank and one final blank endsheet. Minor ink on rear endpaper of first volume, and final few pages with a minor crease to the top corner, spine is slightly cracked, and the front board is detached. Three of four volumes lack the headband with minor chipping there, and some wear to foot of two volumes. Leather spine labels, raised bands. Marbled paper-covered boards. Hinges need strengthening. Endsheets show minor browning on corners, and the title pages have minor browning on the corners. HBS 7724. Rothschild 1910. Block pg. 221. CBEL II, pg. 524. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recopilación de las leyes, pragmáticas reales, decretos, y acuerdos del Real Proto-medicato / hecha por encargo, y dirección del mismo Real Tribunal

      1751 - "Recopilación de las leyes, pragmáticas reales, decretos, y acuerdos del Real Proto-medicato / hecha por encargo, y dirección del mismo Real Tribunal, por don Miguel Eugenio Muñoz." En Valencia : en la Imprenta de la Viuda de Antonio Bordázar, en la Plaza Arzobispal, M.DCC.LI (1751). En folio, encuadernación de época en pergamino fatigada, 13 h., incluida portada, 440 p. Dedica capítulos a "Boticarios", "Parteras", "Cirujanos", "Origen y Excelencias de la Medicina", "Estudios y Exámenes", "Aranceles" etc., etc. Palau, 185170. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        SEÑOR. EL BEATERIO DE MADRES RECOGIDAS, cuyo Titulo es de Santa Maria Egypciaca desta ciudad de Granada, puesto à los Reales Pies de V. Mag. le haze presente

      s.l.n.d. (Granada, 1751). - Petit in-folio. 2ff. En feuilles, tel que paru. Edition Originale. Rarissime lettre adressée au roi d'Espagne Fernand VI par les religieuses dirigeant le couvent de Santa María Egipciaca à Grenade, consacré à la réhabilitation des prostituées. Dans le but d'obtenir la protection du roi et son financement, la missive expose les buts de l'institution et révèle le cruel moyen utilisé par "les Juges Royaux et Ecclésiastiques" pour sauver les âmes des "femmes perverses": l'emprisonnement de longue durée, voire perpétuel, dans ce couvent. "El fin excelso, y laboriosa tarea de educar, instruir, y reducir a el verdadero conocimiento de Dios, y salvacion de las Almas a aquellas Mugeres, que por perversas, y de malas costumbres traen perdidos a muchos hombres en el desbocado, y pestifero vicio de la lascivia, y en otros pecados a que incita este con perdida de Caudales, y Familias, en que para evitarlos los Jueces Reales, y Eclesiasticos, las encierran en dicho Beaterio en pena de su desorden, y temporal, o perpetuamente, segun la gravedad de sus excessos". Fondé en 1594, le couvent de Santa Maria Egipciaca devint un établissement emblématique de l'oppression religieuse et du traitement réservé aux femmes dans l'Espagne pré-démocratique. C'est notamment là que fut emprisonnée l'héroïne libérale Mariana Pineda avant son exécution en 1831, et il fut choisi pour cadre par des dramaturges comme Federico García Lorca ou José Martín Recuerda (qui donna le nom du couvent à l'une de ses pièces de théâtre les plus célèbres). Cette lettre rarissime ne figure dans aucune des collections publiques que nous avons consultées et elle ne paraît être répertoriée nulle part. Manque à toutes les collections consultées (CCPB, Worldcat, etc.) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        An enquiry into the causes of the late increase of robbers, &c. with some proposals for remedying this growing evil. In which the present reigning vices are impartially exposed; and the laws that relate to the provision for the poor, and to the punishment of felons are largely and freely examined.

      London: A. Millar. 1751. 8vo., xv + (1) + 127 + (1)pp., a fine, crisp, copy in recent marbled boards lettered on spine. First edition. Fielding's most substantial work on social issues based on his experience as both a barrister and a Justice of the Peace. Judith Blow Williams (II p.360) does her usual shorthand summary: 'want less extravagance among the poor, altered Poor Laws, stricter treatment of receivers of stolen goods, of vagabonds, fewer pardons, prompt executions in private, more thorough search for felons'.

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        Observations on the Epidemical Diseases in Minorca. From the Year 1744 to 1749. To Which is Prefixed, A Short Account of the Climate, Productions, Inhabitants, and Endemial Distempers of that Island. Presentation copy from the author.

      D.Wilson, London 1751 - London, printed for D.Wilson, 1751. 1st edition. Octavo. (xix), [1], 288pp. Includes errata leaf. Pioneering Scottish physician George Cleghorn's landmark work on disease and epidemiology based on his own observations as an army surgeon in Minorca. The work begins with Cleghorn's idiosyncratic descriptions of Minorca and it's inhabitants, followed by detailed descriptions of a number of illnesses with their symptoms and treatments noted, including the first description of the use of Quinine bark as a cure for Malaria. With a contemporary handwritten inscription on the front flyleaf: 'To Dr Scott from the author'. Attractively bound in contemporary full calf with full gilt decoration to the spine. Corners slightly rubbed. Short splits (2cm-3cm) starting at the top and bottom of the front hinge, but with the front cover still firmly attached. Mild foxing to the foot of the title page. A short closed tear to the lower margin of A2. Approximately 10 leaves in the middle of the volume affected by a moderate water-stain around all 3 margins. Otherwise, a clean association copy of a scarce and important medical work with the text block sound and the binding in good condition. NB The price of this item is negotiable dependent on your chosen payment method. Please feel free to make contact for further information on this item or on payment options. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Observations sur le droit des patrons, et des seigneurs de paroisse aux honneurs dans l'Eglise

      first edition.Contemporary binding in full mottled calf. Back with five nerves decorated with boxes and gilded florets, part of title of blond leather. Gilt rolls on the cuts and caps. All red edges. A slightly blunted corner, otherwise very nice copy. Chez B. Brunet à Paris 1751 in-4 (18,5x24,5cm) xxxvj ; 474pp. (1f. priv.) relié

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        Skånska Resa, På Höga

      Stockholm, Uplagd på Lars Salvii kostnad 1751. 8:o. (10),XIV,434,(34) s. + 6 utvikbara graverade planscher (3 C. Berqvist sc, varav en I. Gane del.) + utvikbar graverad karta (C. Berqvist sc.). Träillustrationer i texten. Titelblad tryckt i rött och svart. Samtida halvskinnband i kalv. Nötta pärmpapper. Försättsblad och bakre pärms spegel med några äldre bläckanteckningar. Kartan med laging i vikning (japanpapper). Plansch I med bit borta i nedre kant går som mest 12 mm in i bildytan. Plansch II, III, V och VI med lagade revor (japanpapper). 12-15 mm av papper saknas i nedre kant på främre pärms spegel. Eftersättsbladet saknar bit 8 x 72 mm. Inlagan med några små sporadiska fläckar. Contemporary half-calf, rubbed boards. FFep and paste-down at rear with a few old ink annotations. Map mended with japanese ricepaper in fold. Plate I with paper loss at lower edge, at most 12 mm into image. Plates II,III, V and VI mended with japanese ricepaper. Interior with a few small spots. 12-15 mm loss of paper on front paste-down at lower edge. Endpaper at rear with loss of paper at lower edge 8 x 72 mm. 19,5 x 12,5 cm. Med de omtryckta sidorna 23-26 där det ursprungliga avsnittet om "Svedjorna" ersatts med "Gödslen" efter kritik från Carl Hårleman som sett texten efter ett par ark tryckts. Hårleman hade i sin dagbok tagit avstånd från svedjebruket. Baron Carl Hårleman protested against the passage about "Svedjor" on page 26, wich was replaced in following copies by "Gödseln". Soulsby 210. Hulth 81. Bring Itineraria svecana 164. Sten Lindroth Svensk lärdomshistoria. Frihetstiden sidan 191-92.

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        The Spirit of Laws. Translated from the French With Corrections and Additions communicated by the Author.

      Dublin: for G. and A. Ewing, and G. Faulkner, 1751 - 2 volumes, octavo (200 × 120 mm). Contemporary sprinkled calf, spines with raised bands, morocco labels. Joints lightly rubbed but firm, spine label to volume two renewed. Leaves lightly toned, a couple of blank corners cut away, tear with some loss to front free endpaper in vol. II, one or two marginal tears elsewhere; a very good copy. With engraved armorial bookplate and another of Mr H. Tighe of Manchester Street to front pastedowns. First Irish edition, first published in French in 1748, the first English edition published in London in 1750. One of the central texts in the history of 18th-century thought, L'Esprit des Loix was a huge influence both on English law, especially as mediated by William Blackstone, and on those who framed the American Constitution. Blackstone's Commentaries, Hamilton's Federalist Papers and Tocqueville's Democracy in America are all thoroughly imbued with Montesquieu's theories. In particular, Montesquieu is credited with the idea that the powers of government should be separated and balanced in order to guarantee the freedom of the individual, a key concept in the creation of the US Constitution. No English language edition was published in America until 1802. The translation is by the prolific Irish-born author and skilful translator of works mostly from the French Thomas Nugent (c.1700–1772). Goldsmiths' 8672.

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        Compendiöses Teutsch- und Lateinisches Blumen- und Kräuter-Buch, in welchem die vornehmsten hier innländischen, freywillig wachsenden, und zum Theil gepflanzte Blumen, Hecken, Bäume, Stauden und Wurtzeln . sehr deutlich beschrieben werden,

      Johann Jacob Beumelburg, Arnstadt 1751 - aus denen besten Autoribus in alphabetischer Ordnung zusammen getragen, und nun zum viertenmal zum Druck befördert., 6 Bl., 592 S. Ldr. d. Zt. Mit einem Titelkupfer. Angebunden: D. Ludewig Wilhelm von Knör, Vade Mecum Medicum, Oder: medicinisches Hand-Buch, darinnen eine kurzgefaßte Methode aller Krankheiten, und wie solche zu curiren, sammt denen darzu gehörigen Formuln vor Augen gelegt wird. Naumburg und Leipzig, Christian Friedrich Geßner, 1757 (3 Bl., 157 S., 3 Bl.)- Zu 1. Vierte und letzte Ausgabe des Kräuterbuchs von Christoph von Hellwig (1663 Kölleda - 1721 Erfurt). der als Stadtphysicus von Erfurt unter dem Pseudonym Valentin Kräutermann publizierte. zu 2.) Einzige Ausgabe der pharmazeutischen Rezeptsammlung, mit einem Vorwort und aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben von Christian Theodor Wachter, Zeitz. Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen, Seiten teils leicht gebräunt oder gering fleckig. Gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Collection of Franklin Extracts

      1751. (FRANKLIN, Benjamin). [Collection of 11 Articles Extracted from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society]. [London: The Royal Society, 1751-73]. 54 octavo leaves and two folding plates, loose, housed in plastic sleeves and binder, and a chemise and custom clamshell box. $9500.Collection of 11 scientific papers extracted from the pages of the Royal Society's venerable journal, Philosophical Transactions, many authored by or addressed to Benjamin Franklin, on the subject of electricity—including Franklin's account of his famous ""Philadelphia experiment"" with kite and key. A fascinating archive of primary sources.The Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge began publishing Philosphical Transactions, the world's oldest and longest-running journal devoted exclusively to science, in 1665. It helped pioneer the peer-review process so important for modern scientific research. Benjamin Franklin published 19 papers in its pages, most notably ""A Letter of Benjamin Franklin, Esq; to Mr. Peter Collinson, F.R.S. concerning an electrical Kite""—Franklin's own account of his most famous experiment, which led to his invention of the lightning rod: ""In June 1752, as dark clouds came up… Franklin ran the string from the kite to a Leyden jar, insulating himself by holding a silk ribbon to the string. When he observed the fibers on the hemp string stand out, he realized the experiment [to conduct electricity] had succeeded. It must have been one of the most satisfying moments of his life… Franklin became the most famous natural philosopher since Isaac Newton… In 1756 Immanuel Kant dubbed Franklin the 'Prometheus of modern time'"" (ANB).The present collection contains the following pieces by or about Franklin (presented in the order in which they were originally read before the Society), all extracted and disbound from Philosophical Transactions:1. ""A Letter from Mr. Franklin to Mr. Peter Collinson, F.R.S. concerning the Effects of Lightning"" - Volume 47 (1751-52), pages 289-91 (leaves 2O1-2O2) – Franklin discusses lightning's various properties, including its influence on magnetic compasses. Botanist Peter Collinson "" was acquainted with a wide range of natural historians,"" including such leading thinkers as Franklin and Carl Linnaeus (DNB).2. ""An Account of Mr. Benjamin Franklin's Treatise, lately published, intituled, Experiments and Observations on Electricity, made at Philadelphia in America, by Wm. Watson, F.R.S."" – Volume 47 (1751-52), pages 202-11 (leaves 2C1-2D2) – An accomplished botanist, apothecary and electrical experimenter in his own right, Watson here summarizes ""a few of the most singular"" of Franklin's electrical experiments (including Franklin's electrocution of a ten-pound turkey: ""He conceited, as himself says, that the birds kill'd in this manner eat uncommonly tender""). 3. ""A Letter of Benjamin Franklin, Esq; to Mr. Peter Collinson, F.R.S. concerning an electrical Kite"" and ""A Letter of Mr. W. Watson, F.R.S. to the Royal Society, concerning the electrical Experiments in England upon Thunder-Clouds"" - Volume 47 (1751-52), pages 565-70 (leaves [4B3-4C1) – Franklin recounts his famous kite experiment, and Watson describes attempts in England to verify Franklin's hypothesis.4. ""Electrical Experiments, made in pursuance of those by Mr. Canton, dated Decem. 3, 1753; with Explanations by Mr. Benjamin Franklin, Communicated Mr. Peter Collinson, F.R.S."" and ""Extract of a Letter concerning Electricity, from Mr. B. Franklin to Mons. Delibard, inclosed in a Letter to Mr. Peter Collinson, F.R.S."" – Volume 49 (1755-56), pages 300-09 (leaves 2Q2-[2R3]) – Franklin outlines three experiments in electric conductivity, and discusses a lightning strike on a church spire in Newbury (""The spire was split all to pieces by the lightning, and the parts flung in all directions over the square…"").5. ""An Account of the Effects of Electricity in paralytic Cases. In a Letter to John Pringle, M.D. F.R.S. from Benjamin Franklin, Esq; F.R.S."" – Volume 50 (1757-58), pages 481-83 (leaves 3Q1-3Q2) – Franklin details the apparent but temporary benefits of electrical shocks administered to people suffering from paralysis (""A man, for instance, who could not the first day lift the lame hand from off his knee, would the next day raise it four or five inches…"").6. ""Experiments in Electricity: In a Letter from Father Beccaria, Professor of Experimental Philosophy at Turin, to Benjamin Franklin, L.L.D. F.R.S."" with ""Remarks on the preceding Paper, by Benjamin Franklin, L.L.D. F.R.S."" – Volume 51 (1759-60), pages 514-26 (leaves [3W4]-3Y2 and one folding plate) – Description, in Latin, of 11 electrical experiments, followed by Franklin's brief explanatory remarks (in English).7. ""A Letter from Benjamin Franklin, LL.D. and F.R.S. to the Reverend Thomas Birch, D.D. and Secretary to the Royal Society"" with ""A Letter from John Canton, M.A. and F.R.S. to Benjamin Franklin, LL.D. and F.R.S. containing some Remarks on Mr. Delaval's Electrical Experiments"" – Volume 52 (1761-2), pages 456-62 (leaves 3N1-[3N4]) - Discussions of the relationships between the temperatures of various materials (stone, glass, ""common tobacco pipe"") and their conductivity or non-conductivity.8. ""Description of an Electrometer invented by Mr. Lane; with an Account of some Experiments made by him with it: In a Letter to Benjamin Franklin, LL.D. F.R.S."" – Volume 57 (1767), pages 451-60 (leaves 3M2-3N2), plus folding plate – Lane describes the construction and function of his electrometer, illustrated with an engraved folding plate, and four experiments he conducted with it. ""The instrument, which became known as Lane's electrometer, combined with portable electrical machines, came to be widely used as an essential component of medico-electrical apparatus. It was also used by Benjamin Franklin to demonstrate the action of electricity in atmospherical phenomena"" (DNB). 9. ""A Report of the Committee appointed by the Royal Society, to consider of a Method for securing the Powder Magazines at Purfleet"" – Volume 63 (1773), pages 42-47 (leaves G1-[G4]) – A report on affixing electrical conductors to five gunpowder magazines, a safeguard against ""[t]he blowing up of a magazine… by lightning…"" When the Purlfeet magazines were struck by lightning in 1777, the powder did not explode, and the buildings escaped serious damage (Weld, History of the Royal Society, 97).10. ""An Extract of a Letter from Dr. Nooth to Dr. Franklin, F.R.S. on some Improvements in the Electrical Machine"" – Volume 63 (1773), pages 333-39 (leaves 2X2-2Y1) – John Nooth, the future superintendent-general of hospitals for the British forces in North America now best remembered for his apparatus for absorbing carbon dioxide (""fixed air"") from water, here outlines his attempt ""to find out the best method of increasing the excitation of a glass, and of taking from it that fire for electrical purposes which might be collected on its surface.""11. ""Of the electric Property of the Torpedo. In a Letter from John Walsh, Esq; F.R.S. to Benjamin Franklin, Esq; LL.D., F.R.S., Ac. R. Par. Soc. Ext., &c."" – Volume 63 (1773), pages 461-80 (leaves 3O2-[3Q4]), with folding plate – ""Elected to the Royal Society in 1770, Walsh soon became absorbed in the subject for which he became briefly famous: the electric fish. The numbing shocks felt by anyone who touched the electric ray, Torpedo marmorata, which inhabited the Mediterranean and other shores of Europe, had been known since classical times. In 1769 Edward Banfield… proved that the [electric] eel emitted electric shocks, and Walsh set out to confirm that the ray had a similar power. In this he was encouraged by Benjamin Franklin, whose American colleagues were undertaking similar investigations. With his nephew Arthur Fowkes he spent the summer of 1772 at La Rochelle, where the ray was often captured. The fish could survive many hours out of water, and Walsh was able to conduct experiments ashore. He wired up the fish to a series of bowls of water, which were interlinked by people with a hand in each adjacent bowl. A shock was felt by all when the wire was led back to the fish and the circuit completed, proving that the ray's shocks were caused by electricity and could be transmitted through conducting substances. His letter to Franklin announcing these findings was published in the Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions"" (DNB). Illustrated with engraved folding plate featuring figures of the male and female electric rays. Light pencil marks through non-Franklin or non-electricity-related material on several pages.Scattered light foxing; light offsetting to Walsh's letter. An intriguing collection of material from the pages of Philosophical Transactions.

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        Works

      1751. POPE, Alexander. Works. Dublin: for G. Faulkner, T. Moore and A. Bradley, 1751-64. Nine volumes. 12mo, contemporary full speckled calf gilt, raised bands, red and green morocco spine labels. $3800.Early collected Irish edition of Pope’s always deft, delightful and frequently devastating satirical poetry— including his celebrated “Essay on Criticism” and his classic mock-heroic epic “The Rape of the Lock”— as well as his correspondence.“Pope is the greatest poet of the 18th century and the most deadly satirist in English, whether in the light-fantastic, mock-heroic vein of The Rape of the Lock, the mature vision of the Moral Essays, the forthright onslaughts of the Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot or the desolate vision of Book IV of The Dunciad. In his hands the heroic couplet is a subtle and varied weapon of ridicule” (An English Library, 129-30). In addition to all these and other works, this handsome set presents the lauded Essay on Criticism— Pope’s poetic proclamation of literary ideals, the work that “established Pope’s reputation once and for all” (Kunitz & Haycraft, 413)— the Essay on Man—“Pope’s most ambitious original poem; no student of his work can afford to pass it by” (Kunitz & Haycraft, 414)— and his extensive, enlightening correspondence. Pope is, “perhaps permanently, our great example in English of ‘the poet of reason,’ of intellectuality in the poetic art” (Baugh et al., 932). Warburton’s edition of Pope (the text presented here) first published in London, 1751 (see Lowndes, 1913-14). “This edition remained the standard one until Warton’s edition in 1797” (Griffith, 521). George Faulkner, Dublin printer and bookseller, “was the main outlet for the works of Jonathan Swift from the 1730s… [and also] brought out Dublin editions of Pope’s works, a touch matter since the status of Irish republication of English books was a gray area legally” (Rogers, 121). In this set, Volumes II and III are dated 1751; Volumes I, IV, VI (title page reads Volume V) are dated 1752; Volume V is dated 1756; Volumes VII-IX are dated 1764. Scattered light foxing and dampstaining. Volume IX title page with horizontal closed tear. A few volumes with light expert restoration. A handsome set in about-fine condition.

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        Polnische Reise Karte

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Z

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        Carte methodique / Pour apprendre aisement le Blason / en jouant / soit avec les cartes a tous les jeux ordinaires / soit avec les dez comme au jeu de l'Oye. - Original-Kupferstich.

      Paris, De Poilly, N. JB., o. J. (zwischen 1751 und 1761) ca. 50 (H) x 62 cm mit Rand (zw. 1 u. 2 cm). Kompletter und unzerschnittener Kupferstich-Bogen (unkoloriert) zum Erlernen der Wappenkunst, entweder mit Spielkarten oder als Würfel-Spiel (unzerschnitten). - Der Bogen enthält 53 Spielkarten mit Texten zu den Darstellungen, sowie eine Kopf-Leiste mit dreigeteilter Legende: Mittig Titel und Erläuterung, links und rechts die Spielanleitung ("Reglemens du Jeu Heraldique"), sowie nach unten mittig rechts eine zehnzeilige Widmung "A Monseigneur le Duc de Bourgogne" (1751 - 1761) mit Unterzeichnung des Verlegers N. JB. de Poilly (1707 - 1780). Im Plattenrand unten Verlegerangabe mit Adresse und Druckerlaubnis "avec privilege du Roy". - Blatt etwas unegal zweifach längs und quer zusammengefaltet mit einem 3 cm-Einriß oben (davon 1 cm in den Plattenrand, sowie minimale Einrisse an den jeweiligen Falzen sowie am unteren Rand ein Einriß mit ca. 6 cm im letzten 32stel des Blattes unten rechts, von hinten unsachgemäß mit Klebestreifen gestoppt, von der Bildseite etwas wahrnehmbar Druck nur sehr gering braunfleckig mit ebenso geringer Randbräunung. Am oberen linken Rand Knickfalte außerhalb des Plattenrandes unten mittig nur wenig in Abbildung reichend schwacher Wasserrand Blatt hinten in der Gegend des Einrisses etwas angeschmutzt. - In französischer Sprache!

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        Veduta della Dogana di Terra a Piazza di Pietra Roma: tra il 1751 ed il 1778

      1751. Incisione all'acquaforte di mm 650 x 445 alla battuta, su foglio perfetto, carta forte, pieni margini. Ottima impressione. Diciture: in basso a sinistra "Questa fu fabbricata sulle rovine del Tempio di M. Aurelio Antonino Pio nel suo Foro. 1 Avanzo di Colonne rimaste, oggi mezzo internate nella nuova Fabbrica 2 Architrave antico ristorato 3 Cornicione, ed Ordine Attico nuovamente rifatto."; al centro "Veduta della Dogana di Terra a Piazza di Pietra"; più a destra "4 Abitazione moderna 5 Collegio Bergamasco 6 Quartiere de' Soldati 7 Strada che va al Corso"; ed in piccolo più sotto "Presso l'Autore a Strada Felice nel Palazzo Tomati vicino alla Trinità de' Monti"; e un po' più in alto "Piranesi Architetto fec.". Proviene dalla raccolta "Vedute di Roma disegnate ed incise da Giambattista Piranesi Architetto Veneziano". Hind 32, III Stato su VI.

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        Geschichte des Gaudentio di Lucca:

      2 vols. in 1, 8vo., titles printed in red and black, (10) + 204 and (2) + 271 + (1)pp., contemporary German half calf over marbled boards, spine fully gilt with raised bands and contrasting morocco labels, red edges. A fine copy.Publisher: Frankfurt und Leipzig, van Duren.Year: 1751Edition: First edition in German: scarce thus.

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        Histoire générale d'Espagne, traduite de l'espagnol de Jean de Ferreras; enrichie de notes historiques et critiques, de vignettes en taille-douce, et de cartes géographiques. Par M. D'Hermilly. Tome premier - dixieme

      Gissey, Le Breton, Ganeau, Bordelet, Quillau, 1751. Dieci volumi in-8° (26 x 19,5 cm), pp. (4), 10, 38, CXXXIX, (1), 166, 507, (1); (4), 62, (2), LXV, (1), 744, (2); (4), XLIII, (1), LVIII, (2), 582, (2); (4), 36, LIX, (1), 609, (3); (4), 31, (1), 56, 592, (2); (4), 39, (1), LV, (1), 696, (2); (4), 24, (2), LXI, (1), 632, (2); (4), 8, (2), LXI, (1), 683, (1); (4), 20, L, 682, (2); (6), XLVI, 419, (1), 91, (1), 120, (2), legatura coeva in piena pelle con titoli su tasselli e fregi al dorso. Segni d'uso e del tempo alla legatura: in particolare, al dorso, la pelle presenta screpolature e le cerniere di ciascun tomo presentano fenditure per tutta la loro lunghezza, tali che i piatti rimangono ancorati alla legatura grazie alle corde e a rinforzi in carta giapponese applicati da intervento di restauro nella piegatura tra i contropiatti e le carte di guardia. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. All'antiporta del primo volume, tavola allegorica incisa su rame. L'opera è decorata da alcune bellissime testatine figurate, da qualche capolettera animato, incisi su rame, e da testatine e finalini xilografici. Con dieci tavole geografiche, la maggior parte delle quali più volte ripiegate, incise su rame, fuori testo. Di seguito il dettaglio: due al tomo primo, "Carte de l'Espagne ancienne divisée en trois grandes parties et ses differens peuples avec leurs villes, leurs Rivieres, ecc. et son raport avec l'Espagne moderne pour servir à la lecture de l'Histoire de Jean de Ferreras, dressée par le S.r Robert Geog. ord. du Roi 1741", e "Carte de l'Empire Romain, pour servir à la lecture de l'Histoire de Jean de Ferreras, dressée par le S.r Robert Geographe ord. du Roi 1741"; una al tomo secondo, "Carte générale de la Monarchie des Gots tant dans les Gaules qu'en Espagne, pour servir à la lecture de l'Histoire de Jean de Ferreras, dressée par le S.r Robert Geog. ord. du Roi 1742"; una al tomo terzo, "Cartes des Etats des Princes Chretiens et Mahometans en Espagne jusqu'à la fin du siécle XII, dressée pour l'Histoire d'Espagne, de D. Jean de Ferreras, par le S.r Robert Geographe ord. du Roi 1743"; una al tomo quarto, "Cartes des Etats des Princes Chretiens d'Espagne jusques vers l'an 1324, dressée pour l'Histoire d'Espagne, de D. Jean de Ferreras, par le S.r Robert Geog. ord. du Roi 1744"; due al tomo quinto, "Partie septentrionale du Royaume de Naples, dressée pour la lecture de l'Histoire d'Espagne de D. Jean de Ferreras, par le S.r Robert Geog. ordin. du Roi 1749" e "Partie meridionale du Royaume de Naples, ou Calabre, isle et Royaume de Sicile, dressée pour la lecture de l'Histoire d'Espagne de D. Jean de Ferreras, par le S.r Robert Geogr. ordin. du Roi 1749"; due al tomo sesto, "Carte de l'isle de Sardaigne dressée pour la lecture de l'Histoire d'Espagne de D. Jean de Ferreras, par le S.r Robert Geogr. ord. du Roi 1749" e "Carte de l'isle de Corsee, dressée pour la lecture de l'Histoire d'Espagne de D. Jean de Ferreras, par le S.r Robert Geogr. ordin. du Roi 1749"; una al tomo decimo, "Carte du Royaume d'Espagne, dressée pour la lecture de l'Histoire d'Espagne de D. Jean de Ferreras, par le S.r Robert Geographe ord. du Roi 1750". Qualche strappetto, alcuni minuscoli fori e poche, piccole mancanze nei margini bianchi delle pagine, lontano dal testo, ben sistemati da intervento di restauro. Al tomo settimo, nel foglio con le pagine 75-76, strappo nel testo, senza perdite, ben rimarginato con carta giapponese; al foglio con le pagine 399-400, piccolo foro nel testo, di tre millimetri di diametro, con reintegro della parte mancante e delle lettere cadute (due a ciascuna pagina) a matita. Al tomo ottavo, al foglio con le pagine 571-572, piccolo strappo nel testo, senza perdite, ben riparato. Alcuni errori nella numerazione delle pagine, compiuti in sede tipografica, ma testo completo; qualche errore anche nella legatura dei fascicoli, con pagine anticipate o posticipate rispetto alla loro corretta posizione. Normale patina del tempo alle pagine, per il resto, esemplare ben conservato. Si tratta della seconda edizione francese, dopo la prima, pubblicata, sempre a Parigi, tra il 1742 e il 1751, della Synopsis historica chronologica de España del Ferreras, opera edita per la prima volta a Madrid tra il 1700 e il 1727. Causa controversie nate intorno alla ricostruzione di alcuni fatti storici, la princeps spagnola fu ritirata dal mercato: lo scritto venne poi ripubblicato, censurato e modificato, tra il 1775 e il 1791. La presente traduzione francese riprende il testo originale non censurato. Juan (de) Ferreras y García (1652-1735), fu un religioso ed erudito spagnolo. Tra i fondatori dell'Accademia spagnola, ricoprì il prestigioso incarico di direttore della biblioteca reale. La sua Synopsis histórica de España godette di larga fama, malgrado gli errori di giudizio e cronologia.

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        THE ADVENTURES OF PEREGRINE PICKLE. In Which Is Included, Memoirs of a Lady of Quality.

      London: Printed for the Author: And Sold by D. Wilson, at Plato's Head, near Round-Court, in the Strand, 1751. Four volumes in original 18th century bindings. First edition, first issue. Cancel present at L12 in Volume III, and final two pages of the same volume misnumbered 204 and 205 (instead of 304 and 305). Vol. I: x, 288 pages of text. Vol. II: x, 322 pages. Vol. III: vi, [305] pages including erratum. Vol. IV: viii, 315 pages. Volume one and four with one preliminary blank endpaper and two final blank endpapers. Volume two with one preliminary blank and three final blank endsheets. Volume three with one preliminary blank and one final blank endsheet. Minor ink on rear endpaper of first volume, and final few pages with a minor crease to the top corner, spine is slightly cracked, and the front board is detached. Three of four volumes lack the headband with minor chipping there, and some wear to foot of two volumes. Leather spine labels, raised bands. Marbled paper-covered boards. Hinges need strengthening. Endsheets show minor browning on corners, and the title pages have minor browning on the corners. HBS 7724. Rothschild 1910. Block pg. 221. CBEL II, pg. 524.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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