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2009-11-13 23:49:15
CARLSKIÖLD, Pehr.
Stockholm, Lars Salvius, (1764). Folio. (16) s.+ 5,+ 12,+ 65 grav. planscher,+ 26,+ 4 s. Sammanbunden med: (CARLSKIÖLD, Pehr.) Swea rikes ridderskaps [...]. Tryckt i Stockholm, 1781. Folio. (4) s.+ 2 grav. planscher,+ (6, blanka),+ (2) s.+ 4 grav. planscher,+ (10, blanka),+ 1 grav. plansch [tilläggning],+ (2) s.+ 8 grav. planscher,+ (5, blanka),+ 1 grav. plansch [tilläggning],+ (2),+ 22 s. Saknar graverat titelblad. Genomgående fläckig och med revor och små lagningar. Det tryckta titelbladet lagat i nederkant, planscherna med revor i nederkant, enstaka bläckfläckar och småfläckar, plansch tre riven med liten bildförlust i bild nummer 70, Putbus, och plansch 65 med spår av en extra inklistrad bild. Nött samtida hfrbd, rygg med upphöjda bind och röd titeletikett, med texten bortnött. Initialerna "S.C.J" i guld på ryggen. Med Ludwig W:son Munthes exlibris. Warmholtz 6965. De graverade planscherna av E. Geringius och C. Bergqvist. Första upplagan av Pehr Carlskiölds vapenbok, kompletterad med de planscher som tillkom eller ändrades i och med 1781-års upplaga. Carlskiölds vapenbok trycktes om ända till 1872. Den ersattes sedermera med Stiernstedt och Klingspors vapenbok
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2009-10-09 17:57:02
Alliene, Joseph (1634-68)
Boston, N.E. [New England]: Re-printed and Sold By S. Kneeland, 1764. Published 1764. Scarce. Full sheep, (2), xxii, 197, (3), 4-88, final text page and free endpapers absent. Covers heavily rubbed and worn, text block sound, pages age-toned but in generally good condition, main titles traced over neatly in ink, name of Jonathan Willson on front pastedown. Evans 9567.. Hard Cover. Fair. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.
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2009-10-01 11:46:37
ROSÉN von ROSENSTEIN, NILS.
Sthlm, L. Salvius, 1764. 8:o. (2),363,(11) s. Samtida hårt nött skinnbd med upphöjda bind, delvis bortnött guldornerad rygg och ljusbrun titeletikett i glättad papp. Stänkta snitt. Spricka längs nedre halvan av främre ytterfalsen. Återkommande störande spegeltryck, t.ex. på s. 14-15, 111 och 247. Fläck i nedre marginalen på s. 120. Nästan utsuddade bläcknoteringar på främre pärmens insida. Dintler Nils Rosén von Rosenstein bibliography 50. Bibliotheca Walleriana 8215. "Underrättelse om barn-sjukdomar", enligt Sten Lindroth "det mest inflytelserika arbete, som någonsin utgivits av en svensk läkare", publicerades först i form av små uppsatser i Vetenskapsakademiens almanackor 1753-71. Detta är första upplagan i bokform. Lindroth skriver vidare: "Utan att bjuda på några märkliga nyheter ägde Rosensteins pediatriska handbok i fullständighet och moget omdöme ingen motsvarighet, och den anammades snabbt som klassisk utomlands; före århundradets slut var den översatt till åtta främmande språk".
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2009-09-23 19:43:50
Edwards, George / 1694 to 1773 / Fellow of the Royal Society and of the Society of Antiquaries, London / 7th Volume in Series on Natural History [part III / Three, only]
A Bound / Flex Cover / REPRINT: London: Printed for the Author, at the Royal College of Physicians in Warwick Lane 1764 / Reprint / FBRE Ltd Full title page reads: Gleanings of Natural History : Containing Figures of Quadrupeds Birds Insects Plants etc. Most of which have not Till Now Been Either Figured or Described : With Descriptions of Eighty five Different Subjects Designed Engraved and Coloured after Nature on Fifty two Copper Plate Prints : Part III / 3 ; 175 pages. Paperback : soft cover edition in very good or better condition, some slight wear to edges, as normal for age of book. Overall good copy of this title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. Color illustrations. This is volume 7 of seven in series on natural history. Part 3 of Gleaning titles.. Clean and Unmarked Text. Scarce Title.. Modern Reprint/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Fully Illustrated. Facsimile Bound Reprint Edition. Art History / Reference.
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2009-09-21 20:41:21
WILLE, JOHANN GEORG (1715-1808):
Orig. engraving showing two musicians playing bagpipe and fiddle, in the background a man smoking a pipe. 1764 (later impression). 49,8 x 36,2 cm. Printed on thick paper. Signed, titled, dated and dedicated within the lower margin of the plate by J.G. Wille. A clean copy.. Musiciens is a prime example of the art of Wille, one of the greatest engravers of the 18th century
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2009-08-20 20:44:39
Kupferstich von Francesco Piranesi aus Giovanni Battista Piranesi aus "Antichitá d'Albano e de Castel Gandolfo" 1764. 39x55 cm. - Wilton-Ely 646 - Grabmal der Horatier und Curiatier. Exemplar aus einer Ausgabe um 1800 auf kräftigem Papier, mit Mittelfalte.
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2009-08-17 08:55:28
Fischer, Leopold, Illustrated by Johann Ernst Mansfeld (1739-1796)
Vindobonae [Vienna] : Ioannis Thomae Trattner, 1764. ~ Engraved portrait frontispiece by Mansfeld, 1 heading cut depicting a view of Vienna, capital letters, 1 folded map of Vienna 1547, 10 leaves of genealogy tables (fold.) ~ A History of Vienna since the Romans to the XVIIIth century, written by the Jesuit priest Leopold Fischer and published anonymously ~ Contemporary leather partially rebacked with paper at a later date, preserving old spine and corners ~ [34]+257+[1]p+1 blank leaf - Sign: X- XXXX4, A-Z4, Aa-Kk4 [Kk4 blank]. Catchwords on all pages ~ 24x21x4cm. ~ Hinges partially broken, some slight wear at spine, occasional light browning and spotting, some minimal worming affecting frontis and text of first leaves ~ LANGUAGE: Latina / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lirolay [Wilmington, DE, U.S.A.]
2009-07-06 12:54:27
[Fischer, Leopold, 1703-1787]
Vindobonae: Typis Ioannis Thomae Trattner, Caes. Reg. Maiest, Aulae Typographi et Bibliopolae, 1764. Contemporary paper binding i.e. 18th century. Some foxing and discoloration. An unopened copy. Overall condition is very good +. 4to. [28] 257 pp. [1]. Page of corrigenda present. Engraved frontispiece. Folding map of Vienna dated 1547. 10 folding charts. Pictorial head and tailpieces and initials. OCLC locates copies at University of Rochester, Loyola University, Chicago, Brigham Young Universiy. No copy for sale on the NET. A history of the city of Vienna from its origins with material on the Habsburgs and the Babenburgs.
Bookseller: Richard L. Press, Fine and Scholarly Boo
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2009-07-06 11:34:41
Holwell, Mr. \[John Zephaniah\] & Friends
London: Printed for T. Becket and P.A. de Hondt, 1764. Second edition. Bound in 19th century cloth, with a paper title label ( 145 x 100mm) pasted at centre of front cover. According to a pencil note on the front free endpaper it was cased in India and the binder used a secondary title page (Ii2) cut down to make the label. . Spotting on titlepage, edges of leaves are browned but evenly toned,on the front cover there are some bleached spots. Tape repairs on the rear of the frontispiece. 4to pp. viii, 286. Large folding engraved frontispiece showing the monument in Calcutta to the victims of the Blackhole. John Zephaniah Holwell (1711- 1798) was a surgeon in the East India Company in Bengal. He was forward looking, and a reformer trying to make laws more just. But he found himself in 1756 in the position of having to defend Calcutta against Suraj ud Dowlah.1758. As a result of the defeat he with hundreds of others was imprisoned in the Black Hole in which most of the prisoners were suffocated. James Holwell published his description of the horrific experiences he suffered in and escaping from the Black Hole of Calcutta. - 123 died and only 22 escaped. Holwell's original description was published in a pamphlet in 1758. The following year he 'hastily produced' and 'hastily published' the first edition of these Tracts in vindication of unjust accusations made aginst him on his return to England,. in his Dedication to Sir William Baker, William Mabbot and John Payne, he says, 'it seems requisite I should explain a little more at large.' Which he does in this Second Edition. Very … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-07-06 01:11:19
[Harte, Walter]
London: Printed for W. Frederick in Bath, 1764. First edition. Original full calf, joints tender but sound, raised bands, red label, gilt lettering. Rubbed otherwise a very good clean copy of the first edition.. pp xviii, errata, Essay I: tp, 213[214] ; Essay II: 232. 5 plates, woodcuts in text. Walter Harte (1709-1774) was a friend to Alexander Pope, who approved of the book of poems that Harte published in 1727 when he was only 18 years old. He was a tutor to the Earl of Chesterfield's son and became Vice Principal of St. Mary's Hall Oxford and ,later, Canon of Windsor. His approach to agriculture although scholarly, is well rooted in the practice of his time. His "Essay on Lucerne" is of particular interest as, although it had been known since antiquity, the importance and success of lucerne as a fodder crop were just coming to light. Fussell II p. 37 calls this edition "Essays on Husbandry and Lucerne 1764" because Essay II is "An account of some Experiments tending to improve the Culture of Lucerne by transplantation: Being the First Experiments of the Kind hitherto made . . ." . Kress 6188& Perkins - see No.758 but he only describes the second edition. Kress No. 6188.
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2009-06-01 13:17:05
Koch, Heinrich Andreas
Braunschweig, Waisenhaus 1764. 20 cm. (8), 487, (1) Seiten mit Titelvignette. Festeinband, Leineneinband der Zeit mit Rückenschild, Rückenvergoldung und Deckel-Blindprägung - ADB 16, 380 - Holzm. / Boh. Anonym IV, 9417 - Loewe 503 - Sein Hauptwerk, von seinem Kabinettssekretär Hinze herausgegeben. "... das noch immer seinen Wert behauptet und mit dem für die wissenschaftliche Behandlung der braunschweigischen Geschichte zuerst ein sicherer Grund gelegt worden ist" (ADB). Exemplar aus der Königlichen Ernst August Fideicommiss-Bibliothek mit deren Stempel auf Titelrückseite -
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2009-04-26 04:38:56
Edward Coke
London: Printed by His Majesty's Law-Printer [etc.], 1764. Contemporary calf, very worn, adequately rebacked, the rear hinge cracked, some browning, a usable copy; with the frontispiece portrait of Coke The first collected edition of three of Coke's works, all praised by Holdsworth, linking two of the great writers on English criminal law (Coke and William Hawkins) and presenting Coke's views on several topics pertaining to the law of real property
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2009-04-14 16:51:13
BACHIENE, WILLEM ALBERT. ENGRAVED BY O. LINDEMAN.
Utrecht, Paddenburg, 1764. Original single-sheet map in copperplate engraving of fine quality. Overall size ca. 400 x 510 mm. Plate mark ca. 360 x 455. Image size ca. 340 x 420 mm. With Inset Map of Africa. Engraved illustration depicting the Biblical episode of the Tower of Babylon. Handsome ornate cartouche encloses engraved title and colophon. Fine, strong impression on heavy handmade paper with ample margins all round. First, original state, unaltered by later colouration. Preserved flat in acid-free, pH-balanced, buffered archival paper. In fine condition. - - First edition. Willem Albert Bachiene (1712-1783), Dutch clergyman, later a professor of geography and astronomy at the Illustere School, Maastricht. Well known cartographer. The 3-volume "Heilige geographie of aardrijkskundige beschryving van het Joodsche land, alsmede andere landen in de H. Schrift voorkomende," is considered among his most important works. It was published in Utrecht between 1763-1768, and included a suite of 12 fine geographical maps of the Holy Land and its neighbouring lands which Bachiene made during a period of ten years, the first in as early as 1758. The map offered herewith is taken from this suite. Other important cartographic works of the Holy Land by Bachiene were included in the so-called "Jehovah Bible" i.e. "De Gansche H. Schrift, Vervattende alle de regelmatige Boeken des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments (.) Gods Gedenk-Naam Jehovah onvertaald gehouden" published in 1762 by N. Goetzee of Gorinchem, shortly before the present map first appeared in book form. Whereas other single-sheet … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [The Hague, Netherlands]
2009-04-13 12:46:37
La Salle de l'Etang, [Simon Philibert de].
Paris, Lottin l'Aîné & Dessain Junior, 1764. Three parts, in six, bound in one volume. Paginated consecutively. Pp. xviii, (ii) (Explication de l'estampe, Fautes), 584 (erratically numbered 608), (ii) blank. The "Manuel." comprises of the first 3 parts; the "Réfutation." comprises of the next 2 parts; the volume concludes with the Supplément. With a charming engraved frontispiece (Cochin Filius 1764, engraved by Prevost). Half-title present. Decorative head- and tail-pieces. Hardcover, bound in contemporary full tree calf (polish on leather cracked & blemished as often is the case with old, acid-molted tree calf), spine gilt extra in compartments between raised band, matching gilt morocco label, gilt French fillet on sides, gilt inside dentelles and boards' edges, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, green ribbon marker, corners and extremities somewhat rubbed. Fine, handsome wide margined copy with bright interior, free of foxing. ~ First edition. Simon Philibert de La Salle de l'Etang (1700-1765). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [The Hague, Netherlands]
2009-03-17 08:16:57
MEAD, Braddock, alias John GREEN (c.1688-1757)]
Thomas Jefferys, London 1764 - Copper-engraved map, on four unjoined and untrimmed sheets as issued. The largest and most detailed map of New England that had yet been published, and one of the great maps of the east coast of America, by one of the greatest figures in 18th-century cartography: 'Mead's contributions to cartography stand out . At a time when the quality and the ethics of map production were at a low ebb in England, he vigorously urged and practiced the highest standards' (Cumming, p.47) This is the grandest, most accurate and detailed map of New England produced during the British colonial period. It depicts the entire region from Long Island Sound up north to line of 44'30 of latitude. While it shows that the coastal areas, and the lower Connecticut Valley were well settled, areas of the interior, especially in New Hampshire and the future Vermont were just developing, with the early boundaries of townships having recently been established by surveyors. Importantly, this map contains two highly-detailed cartographic insets, one of the city of Boston (upper-left), and another of Boston Harbor on the lower-right sheet. The map is also adorned with a very handsome pictorial title cartouche, depicting the arrival of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock in 1620. The present map is the first issue of the second edition of this work, and has been significantly updated from the original issue of 1755. The map's publisher, Thomas Jefferys was the leading British mapmaker of the mid-eighteenth century. He became geographer to the Prince of Wales in 1746 and then to King Geor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-15 20:42:11
Kupferstich von Francesco Piranesi aus Giovanni Battista Piranesi aus "Antichitá d'Albano e de Castel Gandolfo" 1764. 41.5x56.5 cm. - Wilton-Ely 645 - Wohl das Grab des Pompejus an der Via Appia, die Porta Romana im Hintergrund. Exemplar aus einer Ausgabe um 1800 auf kräftigem Papier, mit Mittelfalte.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-03-15 08:14:55
Vadé (Guillaume)
- Sl, 1764. In-8 de XVI-386 pp. + Table; veau moucheté, dos à cinq nerfs richement orné, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale illustrée d'une vignette de titre gravée sur bois. Avec la préface de Catherine Vadé. Bel exemplaire en très bon état. La librairie offre aux clients d'AbeBooks 20% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 250 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie les mains dans les poches
2009-03-14 04:15:39
[Hogarth] BUTLER, Samuel (bap.1613, d.1680)
London: printed for C. Hitch, G. Hawkins, C. Bathurst, J. Tonson, J. Worral, R. Baldwin, T. Longman, J. Bathoe, C. Corbett, T. Lownds, G. Kearsly, T. Becket, W. Nichol, and M. Richardson, MDCCLXIV. [1764]. Second Edition. "Best edition" (Lowndes), with Grey's annotations and Hogarth's plates. Complete in two octavo volumes, with engraved half-length portrait of the author by Vertue and 16 full-page engravings (five folding) by Mynde after Hogarth. [2],xiv,xxxvi,424,[16]; [2],446,[24]pp. Engraved, armorial spade shield bookplates of J. G. Vernon on front paste downs. Contemporary full calf, spines in six compartments divided by gilt-ruled bands, red morocco lettering pieces gilt, all edges speckled red. A superlative set: endpapers and a few preliminaries and final leaves browned at the margins, but otherwise clean and bright and plates pristine, in deep, rich impressions; boards firmly attached, bindings tight and intact. Grolier (English 100) 32. Bland, pp. 216-19. Wither to Prior 137. Dibdin (Library Companion), p.731 ("the best critical edition, not only of this author, but doubtless of every other of the period"). Brunet I 1427-28. Lowndes 335. Maslen & Lancaster (Bowyer Ledgers) 4485. Paulson, pp. 40-41. ¶ Second Hogarth Edition (first was 1744). Influenced by Rabelais and particularly Cervantes' Don Quixote, Butler's mock-heroic poem satirized Roundheads, Puritans, Presbyterians, and other factions of the English Civil War. "Although 'written in the time of the late Wars,' Hudibras was not licensed to be printed until 11 November 1662, two years after re-establishment … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2009-03-13 05:18:32
Altona 1764. 206 von 209 Nummern (es fehlen die Nummern 2, 105, 117). ca. 1700 S., Titelblätter mit Holzschnittvignette, Kl.-8°, sauber und fachmännisch neu eingebunden in marmorierten Pappband (Fadenbindung), Schnitt fleckig, einige Lagen Papier qualitätsbedingt stärker gebräunt, bei der Nummer 87 zwei Blätter mit Abschnitt der unteren Hälfte, bei Nr. 89 ein Blatt mit Abschnitt der unteren Hälfte, ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar, (enthält neben den europäischen Neuigkeiten auch lokale Nachrichten und Anzeigen, u.a. auch Geld- und Wechselkurse), selten, Versand D: 4,90 EUR Altona, Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Dänemark, historische Zeitungen,
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hagena & Schulte GbR [Grafschaft-Ringen, Germany]
2009-02-19 05:15:41
Argenson, Marquis d'
Rey, Amsterdam. Argenson, Marquis d'. Considerations sur le gouvernement ancien et present de la France. 8vo. xvi, 328pp. 200 x 120mm. Contemporary calf, rubbed. Front cover not attached (needs re-backing) otherwise good. FIRST EDITION. Argenson "is better known by his celebrated mot 'pas trop gouverner' (not too much government) - lineal ancestor in spirit of the laissez-faire, laissez-passer of Gournay. . . .His 'Considerations sur le gouvernement ancien et present de la France (published 1764, but written more than thirty years previously), in which he treats of democracy in a state governed by a monarch, deserves, however, to reprinted" (Palgrave). This work, which can be seen as a prelude to much of the economic writing of France, later in the century, was praised by Rousseau in the 'Contrat social', and has some points in common with Quesnay's writings. (Spengler 73-74). N.B.G. INED 87 citing 2nd ed., 1784.Goldsmiths 10051. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-02-09 15:14:50
CHAMBARS, Thomas (1729-1789), engraver
London: Published by John Boydell, 1764. Engraving, printed on laid paper. Excellent condition. 16 7/8 x 20 7/8 inches. 19 1/4 x 25 1/2 inches. A beautifully rendered print thought to have been after a painting by Caravaggio in the Duke of Devonshire's collection. This plate is from John Boydell's "Collection of Prints, Engraved from the most Capital Paintings in England." An ambitious and voluminous work, Collection of Prints helped establish Boydell's position as one of the leading London publishers of his time. It was comprised of plates engraved by artists including Chambars, Francis Ravenet, Anthony Walker, and William Woollett after Old Master paintings in various important English collections. Although primarily sold by subscription (prestigious subscribers included the King and the Princess Dowager), individual prints were available at higher prices. The first of the publication's nine volumes was issued in 1769. One of the most influential figures in the history of English printmaking, John Boydell was instrumental in re-establishing England's flagging reputation as a creative nucleus of printmaking. He was not only an accomplished engraver and an industrious publisher, but also a print seller who came to dominate the English print trade. He is probably best known as the originator of the Shakespeare Gallery, which made him one of the most successful print-sellers of his time. Trained in Dublin and Paris, the Irish engraver Thomas Chambars (c. 1724 - 1789 (?)) was appointed an associate at the Royal Academy in 1770 and exhibited his works at the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-01-27 11:49:51
Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus "Schauplatz des gegenwärtigen Kriegs ..." bei Gabriel Nikolaus Raspe, Nürnberg um 1764. 23x38 cm. - Kamp-Lintfort mit Umgebung, zeigt auch Rheinberg, und Bornheim. Mit Legende.
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2009-01-19 00:13:19
Gibbon, Edward
printed for T. Beckett and P.A. De Hondt, London. First edition in English of Gibbon's first published work, 12mo, pp. [8], 168 (including ads); contemporary full speckled calf ruled in gilt, leather spine label lettered in gilt, previous owner's name written neatly in ink on title, else a very good copy. In 1753 Gibbon, a young man of twenty-five, was sent by his father to Lausanne to study with the Calvinist minister, Pavillard, and did not return until 1758. By this time he had already begun his Essai sur l'Etude de la Litterature, which he finished in England in 1759, where it was published on the urging of his father in 1761. Published in French, the work found little audience in England but succeeded, apparently abroad, and it was reprinted in both Paris and Geneva in 1762. After its publication in English in 1764 it became highly sought after, but Gibbon refused to republish it himself. Only one other contemporary edition appeared, in 1788 in Dublin, which was pirated. Contains a touching 5-page dedication to his father. Norton 6; Rothschild 939: The translation was not made by Gibbon, though it was announced as being prepared "under the inspection of the author" (Norton, p. 4). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2009-01-13 21:10:25
BURLAMAQUI Mr.
Chez Cl. & Ant. Philibert, Genève et Copenhague, 1764. 298 pages. Titre, tomaison et caissons dorés sur le dos. Tranche rouge. Annotation et taches d'encre en pages de garde et de titre. Ouvrage posthume de Mr. Burlamaqui. Contenant les 3 premières parties. In-12 Relié plein cuir. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur bon état Classification Dewey : 340.55-Droit féodal et avant 1789. .
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2009-01-13 21:10:25
BURLAMAQUI Mr.
Chez Cl. & Ant. Philibert, Genève et Copenhague, 1764. 318 pages. Titre, tomaison et caissons dorés sur le dos. Tranche rouge. Mors droit fendu sur 3 cm. Contenant la 4e partie. Nouvelle édition revue et corrigée. In-12 Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur bon état Classification Dewey : 340.55-Droit féodal et avant 1789. .
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2009-01-11 02:44:54
WITHERSPOON John D D
London: Edward And Charles Dilly, 1764. pages 281 ads lacks eps.,page 57 eroded, with some loss of text corners lost from 3 other pages with no loss of text , fingered and browned;o\w good & tight tight in near contemporary full calf. Author ,graduate of Edinburgh University signatory to American declaration of Independence . First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
Bookseller: Brian Annesley Books of Scottish Interes
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2009-01-07 04:15:22
Camus, M.
Ballard, Paris, 1764. Portada - VI - 568 págs. y 25 láminas plegadas con 407 figuras. Estado del ejemplar muy aceptable, el lomo un poquito cansado. Encuadernación de época en piel jaspeada, lomo con nervios, tejuelos y florones en oro. Size: 8º [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUÀRIA [Barcelona, Spain]
2008-12-27 20:11:44
VENERONI, GIOVANNI.
Jean Henri Harscher, 1764. Nouvelle Edition, 4to, 2 vols. in 1, engraved frontis, titles printed in red and black, pp. [4] & 522; [2] & 422; full contemporary calf gilt, red morocco label on spine; a little rubbed and scuffed, but generally a good, sound copy. This edition not in Cordell.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2008-12-23 10:05:47
Möser, Justus
Regensburg, 1764. 31 cm. 82 Seiten Broschur - Möser Bibliogr. 19c - Abweisung der Beschwerde des Domkapitels, das sich durch die Vormundschaftsregierung des Königs Georg III. in seinen Rechten verletzt fühlte. Möser, der während der umstrittenen Wahl 1764 in London war, wurde vom König in dieser Sache zu Rate gezogen. -
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2008-12-08 14:45:00
WALTERS, William
1 page, 11 x 7 inches, signed in full by Walters on September 16, 1764. This letter is certifying a lease for a ship from John Hancock to the British Navy in Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, in part: "John Hancock, Esq., Merchant in Boston...the sloop, Sally, Master John Bragoon, burthen about 27 tons that was taken into service of the Government, the 24th day of April last, has been employed here until the 16th of September following, from which time he is allowed fifteen days to carry home..." This document is dated four months before the Stamp Act of 1765, which spurred Hancock's identification with the Patriot cause and permanently turned him against the British. Horizontal folds; chipped along top edge not affecting the text. Very good condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-12-08 12:10:37
FONTAINE, M de la. - [MAIN WORK OF ROCOCO BOOK-ILLUSTRATION]
Amsterdam, 1764. 8vo. Two very nice cont. uniform red hcalfs; gilt backs w. gilt black leather title-labels. All edges uncut. Minor repairs to upper part of back of vol. one. In very good condition. Some of the text-leaves of the last section of the second volumes are evenly browned, and a few of the last leaves are professionally repaired, otherwise only occasional brownspotting to a few leaves. Nicely printed on good paper. Richly and beautifully illustrated w. the engr. portrait of La Fontaine, engr. frontisp. in both volumes, engr. title-vignettes, engr. preliminary vignette-leaves, 77 full-page engr. plates and 63 engr. text-vignettes. I.e. in all 80 engr. plates, 67 engr. vignettes and two woodcut vignettes (in the table of contents). ¶ This rare and very beautiful Amsterdam edition is printed two years after the monumental first edition from Paris, which was commissioned by Ferniers Géneraux, and which is very scarce and sought after. This is the most beautiful and well-executed of the re-impressions (Paris, 1762 (-without vignettes), Amsterdam, 1764 and London, 1764). -"Celle d'Amsterdam, 1764, 2 vol. in-8. fig. copiées sur celles de l'édition de 1762, est assez belle..." (Brunet III:760). The illustrations of this edition are excellent and copied from the beautiful first edition; many of them are engraved and signed by C. Boily, and all are after Eisen. Most of the vignettes are after Choffard. The portrait of La Fontaine is engraved by Macret after Ficquet. "Cette imitation de l'édition des fermiers généraux est assez jolie. Le portrait de La Fontaine est tantôt g … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2008-12-06 18:45:13
LEDERMÜLLER, M.F.
1764. Nuremberg, Adam Wolfgang Winterschmidt, 1764-1768. 3 volumes. 4to (265 x 215mm). With 1 fine handcoloured allegorical frontispiece and 150 beautifully handcoloured engraved plates. Later half vellum. The rare French edition of probably the most beautifully illustrated work on microscopical research. Martin Frobenius Ledermüller (1719-1769) settled down in Nuremberg in 1749, after having been wandering about for many years as a soldier and a secretary, and started his valuable microscopical observations under the protection and direction of the famous Dr. C.J. Trew. The publication of the results, with the finely engraved and coloured plates by the successful Adam Wolfgang Winterschmidt, met with close attention and interest, and for years to come the "Mikroskopieren" was a fashionable pastime for many of the well-to-do classes. The work describes and illustrates a wide range of objects: parts of plants and insects, small shells, plancton, the crystallization of salts in solution etc. The author was the first to use the term 'infusoria'. A fine uncut copy. Graesse IV, 139; Brunet III, 919: "Ouvrage tres estime"; Nissen BBI, 1156..
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2008-11-25 18:25:22
[Mossin, Hans.]
Bergen, 1764. Liten 8vo. (52 s) + 1 - 848 (+ alle deltittelbl.) + Register (69 s.) + Errata (1 s.) Fraktur. Samt. helskb., kapitéler sl., spor av orm i b. fals. Hj. kn. Skr. i gml. hånd på fribl. Pen materie. . . En Bekymring og Bedrøvelse, som betager Sindets Haab, Lyst og Fornøyelse, kaldes Qvælelse af en Ting." Mossin var prest i Bergen frem til 1771. B. N. 1, 256/257. Sjelden m. alle deltittelblad.
Bookseller: Norlis Antikvariat [NO]
2008-11-23 01:53:20
John MILTON
Printed for L. Hawes, W. Clarke [and others], 1764. Printed for L. Hawes, W. Clarke [and others],, 1764. 12mo., with an engraved portrait frontispiece and 12 engraved plates, all by Hayman after Miller, frontispiece neatly mounted, text mildly age-stained (but on the whole plates rather cleaner), eighteenth and nineteenth century signatures on title verso, a few ink splashes on publisher's advertisement leaves, fore-edges dusty; contemporary full calf, sides with double gilt frame border, neatly rebacked in calf with five raised bands, second compartment with leather label ruled and lettered in gilt, all other compartments ruled and tooled in blind with a floral device, a good, tight copy. With 2 leaves of publisher's advertisements at rear, and the arguments to each book.Still a pleasant copy in sympathetically restored contemporary binding.
Bookseller: Island Books [Thakeham, West Sussex, United Kingdom]
2008-11-21 17:06:39
Oxford: James Fletcher. Near Fine. 1764. Decorative Hard Cover. NF: A Near Fine 12mo Hardcover in Three-Quarter Leather with Marbled Boards. Gold and Color Stamping to Spine. Text-block is Very Tight and Clean. Title page is thin with closed tear. 246 pages, 2 pages of Ads. **See Book**; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall .
Bookseller: Book Gallery // Mike Riley
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2008-11-20 10:19:18
[Samuel RICHARDSON]
Printed for S. Richardson; and sold by C. Hitch and L. Hawes, in Pater-Noster Row [and several others] 1764 7 vols., sm. 8vo., First Edition, on laid paper, small neat contemporary signature on front free endpapers; most attractively bound in contemporary full mottled calf, backs with five raised bands, second compartments with leather labels lettered and ruled in gilt, third compartments lettered and ruled in gilt, all other compartments tooled and ruled in gilt, sprinkled red fore - edges, backstrips mildly age - scuffed (but all gilt wholly legible) and chipped at some heads and tails, some corners lightly bruised, some joints cracked (but all bindings entirely sound) else a very good, crisp, clean set. The following points apply: vol. I wants front free endpaper, leather label chipped by half; vol. IV complete with publisher's advertisement leaf at end; vol.VI wants front free endpaper; single worm hole in lower blank margin from title to B9; vol. VII title bears the additional wording 'To which is added, an Historical and Characteristical Index. As also, a Brief History, authenticated by Original Letters, of the Treatment which the Editor has met with from certain Booksellers and Printers in Dublin. Including Observations on Mr. Faulkner's Defence of himself, published in his Irish News - Paper of Nov. 3 1753'. A most attractive copy, ideal as a gift or for presentation. SCARCE IN THE FIRST EDITION. Rothschild 1752; sale I, 32; II, 261.
Bookseller: Island Books
2008-11-06 19:15:29
Voltaire, Francois-Maris Arouet
aux depens de la compagnie, Londres, 1764. 8vo, pp. xvi, 384; engraved frontispiece and 20 engraved plates; 20th-century full crimson straight-grain morocco by Zaehnsdorf, decorative gilt border on covers, gilt-paneled spine, and preserving the original blue printed wrappers which are bound in. First published without plates at Louvain in 1755. This is likely a 'variorum' edition, probably Dutch, based on the first authorized edition of 1762 (Geneva), with variant readings from earlier piracies. Bengesco 491. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2008-10-15 16:36:39
Galloway, Joseph:
London: W. Nicoll, [1764].. [2],92pp. Modern three-quarter calf over marbled boards by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine gilt. Titlepage slightly soiled. A very good plus copy. The first London edition of Joseph Galloway's speech in the Pennsylvania House of Assembly, printed the same year as the first Philadelphia edition. (Although the titlepage is dated 1765 in roman numerals, Adams indicates a 1764 printing in his AMERICAN CONTROVERSY.) Galloway was one of the leaders of the Pennsylvania Assembly and a close ally of Benjamin Franklin. Through this speech and other measures he won the support of that representative body for a petition to King George III pleading that the proprietary governors of Pennsylvania be replaced by direct royal government. Galloway would eventually become the most prominent American Loyalist during the Revolution. John Dickinson, whose speech prompted this response from Galloway, later wrote LETTERS FROM A FARMER IN PENNSYLVANIA..., the most important document of the Stamp Act crisis. The 'Preface' on pages 3-43 was written by Franklin and is a very bitter attack on the Penns and their supporters. AMERICAN CONTROVERSY 64-8b. FORD, FRANKLIN 282. SABIN 26445. ANB 8, pp.657-59 (Galloway). HOWES G50.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2008-10-15 16:36:39
Galloway, Joseph:
Philadelphia: Printed and sold by W. Dunlap, 1764.. xxxv,[5],45pp. 19th-century half calf and marbled boards. Bookplate on front pastedown and fly leaf. Ink stamp of John Carter Brown on p. iii. Light foxing and soiling, confined primarily to exterior leaves. Good. In a blue half morocco and cloth folder. Joseph Galloway was one of the leaders of the Pennsylvania Assembly, and a close ally of Benjamin Franklin. Through this speech and other measures he won the support of the Assembly for a petition to King George III pleading that the proprietary governors of Pennsylvania be replaced by direct royal government. Galloway would go on to become the most prominent American Loyalist during the Revolution. John Dickinson, whose speech prompted this response from Galloway, would go on to write LETTERS FROM A FARMER IN PENNSYLVANIA..., the most important document of the Stamp Act crisis. "The 'Preface' of 35 pages, was written by Franklin, and is a very bitter attack on the Penns and their partizans [sic]" - Ford. This first printing of Galloway's speech is scarce. AMERICAN CONTROVERSY 64-8a. FORD, FRANKLIN 280. SABIN 26444. EVANS 9671. HOWES G50, "aa." HILDEBURN 1996. ANB 8, pp.657-59.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2008-09-01 13:06:32
GUIOT
Guillyn, Paris, 1764. Petit in-8 (186 x 125 mm), veau moucheté, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre marron, tranches rouges (reliure d'époque). Edition originale, ornée de 7 planches dépliantes. (défauts d'usage, frottements sur le dos et les coupes, petit manque de cuir au bas du dos et haut du premier plat, coins usés, quelques légères rousseurs, pliures sur quelques pages). // Small octavo (186 x 125 mm), sprinkled calf, smooth spine tooled, brown label, red edges (contemporary binding). First edition, illustrated with 7 folding plates. (defects of use, rubbings on spine and turns-in, little lack of leather on bottom of spine and on top of first cover, corners used, some light spots, foldings on some pages). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, depuis 1902 [PARIS, France]
2008-07-25 22:56:44
Butler, Samuel
London: C. Hitch, G. Hawkins, et al., 1764. Second edition. leather_bound. Late 19th century three quarter green morocco and marbled boards. Teg. 2 vols. Near fine.. Hogarth, William. 424 & 446 pp. 8vo, sixteen copper engraved plates by William Hogarth, many of which are fold-outs. Unpaginated Indexes in each volume -- 16pp and 23pp respectively. Notes by Zachary Grey. Hudibras is Sir Samuel Lake, a gentleman of Bedforshire, and a commander of note under Cromwell. The general design of Hudibras is borrowed from "Don Quixote." Here the Presbyterians tilt at windmills. DIBDIN called Gray's edition, "the best critical edition of this author." [see: DIBDIN'S LIBRARY COMPANION]. BRUNET Vol.I, p.1429. Raised bands, gilt spine motifs, modest age-toning, plates clean, chipping to preliminary blanks, minor surface rubbing, marbled endpapers.
Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc. [US]
2008-07-24 16:06:45
Burn, Richard
Only edition of the principal early work on the poor laws, valuable for its history, its proposed reforms, and (in Holdsworth's words) its "exceptionally competent" vetting of earlier reform proposals, including those of Hale and Fielding. Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, title a bit dusty, some browning and foxing, primarily to the beginning and end of the copy, else quite sound. Printed by H. Woodfall and W. Strahan . . . for A. Millar, London, 1764.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2008-07-21 14:55:02
Montesquieu [Charles-Louis de Secondat]
Arkstee et Merkus, Amsterdam et Leipsick, 1764. Language: French. There are a few marks to the cloth boards. Ex-public library. Rebound in blue cloth. Each volume bears a bookplate to the front pastedown "City of Leeds Public Libraries, Presented by __". Each volume also has a "Discarded" stamp on the front endpaper. Volume 4 contains "Table de Matiers". Library shelf mark gilt stamped to the spines of each volume. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Books & Ink Bookshop (Banbury) [Banbury, United Kingdom]
2008-07-21 07:55:18
BELLIN, J. N.
1764. Engraved view, uncoloured, 28 x 34,5 cm. From: Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und Lande; oder Sammlung aller Reisebeschreibungen, Leipzig, Arkstee und Merkus, 1764. - The important trading port of Dabul. KEYWORDS:india/dabul/maps.
Bookseller: KRUL Antiquarian Books [Netherlands]
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2008-07-21 07:55:18
BELLIN, J. N.
1764. Engraved view, uncoloured, 18 x 27 cm. From: Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und Lande; oder Sammlung aller Reisebeschreibungen, Leipzig, Arkstee und Merkus, 1764. KEYWORDS:india/cananor/maps.
Bookseller: KRUL Antiquarian Books [Netherlands]
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2008-07-21 07:55:18
BELLIN, J. N.
1764. Engrave view, uncoloured, 18 x 27,5 cm. From: Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und Lande; oder Sammlung aller Reisebeschreibungen, Leipzig, Arkstee und Merkus, 1764. KEYWORDS:celebes/sambupo/indonesia/maps.
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2008-07-21 07:55:18
BELLIN, J. N.
1764. Engraved view, uncoloured, 18 x 28 cm. From: Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und Lande; oder Sammlung aller Reisebeschreibungen, Leipzig, Arkstee und Merkus, 1764. KEYWORDS:indonesia/sumatra/atjeh/maps.
Bookseller: KRUL Antiquarian Books [Netherlands]
2008-07-18 14:15:50
COLLECTIF
Apud Amatum Delaroche, Lugduni, 1764. 576 + 180 pages. Illustré de quelques gravures originales en noir et blanc sur planches hors texte. Nombreuses lettrines et quelques culs-de-lampe illustrés en noir. Texte encadré, sur 2 colonnes, avec certains caractères en rouge. Quelques partitions musicales. Texte très lisible. Dos manquant avec Nerfs apparants. Plats très abîmés, avec surface en cuir manquante. Plats se détachant. Quelques pages se détachant ou détachées. Quelques déchirures et taches dans le texte. Nombreuses notes manuscrites d'époque, dans le texte, et sur feuillets volants ou collés dans le texte. Additae sunt Missae, ex Praecepto vel ad Libitum, Concessae Usque ad Clementem XIII. In-8 Relié. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Déchirures Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin. .
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2008-04-14 15:37:24
DOCTOR S. BRUNES
Artois Flanders Belgium Belge Belgique: (1764). 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. On offer is an archive of French language handwritten manuscript papers penned by Dr. S. Brunes between the years 1764 - 1767. Dr. Brunes provides a study and accounting of several hospitals in the counties of 'les comte des Flandres et d'Artoi". Also included is a more personal letter which acts as an overview of the report proper. This is a very detailed, very well written account in a beautiful hand. In total nine handwritten pages over 12 leaves. Provenance: collection of SIR THOMAS PHILLIPPS (1792-1872). Born in 1792, Sir Thomas Phillipps from childhood was obsessed with the idea of obtaining virtually anything written or printed on paper, including cartloads of documents from wastepaper merchants and the entire inventories of booksellers. "I wish to have one copy of every book in the world," he declared to a friend. He very nearly succeeded. His collection ultimately grew to more than 100,000 books and at least 60,000 manuscripts. As a result of his extravagant purchases, Sir Thomas was permanently on the verge of bankruptcy and was constantly pursued by creditors. So many books arrived at his house that it was impossible to unpack his acquisitions much less keep pace with them. Visiting scholars, driven to distraction, would spend days hunting for an elusive text in the dusty heaps that filled every room. Because Sir Thomas has a morbid dread of fire, most of his collection was housed in coffinlike boxes that could be carted away quickly. Visitors to Middle Hill were struck too, by the presen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: M Benjamin Katz FineBooksRareManuscripts [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2008-04-07 21:43:56
[PHILIPPINES] DRAPER, Sir WILLIAM
London: J. Dodsley, 1764. Scare first edition of this document relating to the British occupation of Manila during the Anglo-Spanish War of 1762-3, and an interesting case of international law. In September of 1762, under the command of Draper and Cornish, a British fleet of 13 ships containing over 6000 men attacked Manila and, following a difficult landing, quickly dispatched the Spanish garrison which they outnumbered 10 to 1.They entered the city on October 5, and part of the terms of capitulation was that Spain would pay the British an indemnity of 4 million pesos (roughly a million pounds) for not pillaging the city. The British evacuated in 1764 when hostilities ceased, and Draper enjoyed the highly unusual privilege of presenting the standards of Spain taken in Manila to his alma mater, King’s College Cambridge. But the Spanish did not honor this gentleman’s agreement, claiming that Draper dealt with an unauthorized agent, that he himself broke the terms of the agreement, etc. In order to press his claim, which amounted to £25,000, he published the present tract to pressure his government to collect. The tract contains a brief letter to the British Secretary of State outlining his grievance; a bilingual summary, in English and French, of the Spanish ambassador’s grounds for not complying with the terms of the agreement; extracts from the treaty; a refutation by Draper of the claim that he dealt with an unauthorized agent; and an English language treaty signed by the original parties, in Manila. But with hostilities over and their attention occupied by other … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [US]
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