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        Travels through Italy. Containing New and curious Obfervations on that Country; particularly The Grand duchy of Tuscany; the Ecclesiastical State, or the Dominions of the Pope; The Kingdom of Naples; The Republic of Venice and Genoa; and Other Italian Sta

      [A] 4+1, B-2K8, 2L2. [10], 476, [12] pages with five folding engraved plates [several signed by R. Bennett], folding map by D'Anville. Octavo (8" x 5 1/4") bound in modern sheep, spine banded, title gilt on black leather label, edges in blue. (ESTC t153068. Pine-Coffin752.2 [var. imprint]. Borroni 3182.Cox I, 136. D'Ancona 672) First edition as a reissue of the edition "printed for S. Hooper; H. Webley; W. Nicol; and S. Bladon", 1766, with a cancel title page and an additional dedication to David Garrick.John Northall (1723?-1759), army officer and travel writer, "entered the service as a gentleman cadet in the Royal Regiment of Artillery on 1 July 1741 and was promoted to lieutenant fireworker on 1 April 1742. He served under Thomas Pattison with the Royal Artillery in Flanders in 1742, and was promoted second lieutenant on 1 April 1744. He was at the battle of Fontenoy on 11 May 1745, and became first lieutenant on 3 October 1745, captain-lieutenant on 24 March 1752, and captain on 1 October 1755. In February 1752 he went to Minorca, and thence to Livorno. He was recorded in Capua on 1 April 1752. Instead of making the usual tour of Italy, he visited the principal cities of Tuscany and, after a cursory visit to Rome, went to Naples. Then, after a more lengthened stay in Rome, he went to Loreto, Bologna, Venice, Mantua, Parma, Modena, and returned to Livorno, whence he sailed for Genoa. From Genoa he went by sea to Villafranca, and on by land to Marseilles. He died in 1759. An account of his Italian tour was published posthumously in July 1766, Travels through Italy; Containing New and Curious Observations on that Country, but the work has been criticized as following closely J. G. Keysler's Travels (1740; Eng. trans. 1756)." [Oxford DNB]Condition:Binding lightly rubbed, vertical creases on title label; new endpapers, title page re-inserted with repairs along inner margin, holograph ink signature on title page crossed through and pencil year beneath roman numerals; occasional small tears and spots of minor paper loss, mostly in the margins; ink stamp of "Scott County Public Library" on dedication leaf and page twenty-five, some smudges and soiling, rust stain on B3, few pages misprinted or mis-bound at an angle; nonetheless in overall very good condition.

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        PENNSYLVANIA. BETWEEN TIMOTHY PEACEABLE (UPON THE DEMISE OF JOHN FOTHERGILL, DANIEL ZACHARY, THOMAS HOWE, DEVEREUX BOWLEY, LUKE HIND, RICHARD HOWE, JACOB HAGAN, SILVANUS GROVE, AND WILLIAM HERON) - - - - -} APPELLANT. AND CHRISTIAN STOVER, - - - - RESPONDENT. THE RESPONDENT'S CASE

      [London, 1766. Folio. Printed self-wrappers, stitched. Three horizontal folds. Near fine, untrimmed. This case arose out of a dispute concerning land in the township of Lampeter in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Christian Stover obtained a verdict against an order of ejectment in the Court of Pennsylvania on April 15th, 1763. Here he prays for an affirmation of the judgment for a list of "Reasons," which are printed on page 5 and signed in print by Stover's counsels, William De Grey and Fletcher Norton. The document contains three engraved plans of the area in question. Sabin calls for a map, which was actually printed and issued separately and is not present here.

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        Fragmentos de la vida, y virtudes del V. Illmo. y Rmo. Sr. Dr. D. Vasco de Quiroga Primer Obispo de la Santa Iglesia Cathedral de Michoacan, Y Fundador del Real y Primitivo Colegio de S. Nicolas ... [with] Reglas y Ordenanzas para el gobierno de los Hospitales de Santa Fe de Mexico, y Michoacan ...

      Mexico City: Imprenta del Real y mas Antiguo Colegio de S. Ildefonso, 1766. First edition. Quarto, ff 13, portrait of Quiroga, 202 pp; 1 f, 29 pp, with errata on verso. [Medina 2781; Beristain II:303] In the prologue Moreno relates the many sources he was able to consult, and his book is the basic source for Quiroga's biography. In fact Medina (Imprenta de Mexico) says of it:"Uno de los libros mas notables de su epoca en el pais en que fue escrito, por su estilo, por el criterio que revela en su autor y por la investigacion historica y critica que encierra." Bishop Quiroga [1470? - 1565] was one of the earliest of Mexico's proselytizers. A lawyer by profession, though known for his saintly character, he was consecrated as first bishop of Michoacan by Zumarraga himself. He attempted to create a kind of utopia on the lines of Sir Thomas More among the Indians of his diocese. He established hospitals and colleges as well. The second part of the book consists of the regulations for the hospitals he had founded for the care of the native population. Bound in contemporary vellum, with ties, only one of which is still present. Edges are stained red, with evidence of ownership ecclesiastical library -- a "marco de fuego" -- on upper edge. Smudge on first page of text of the biographichal part, but otherwise the paper is fresh. Very good copy.

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        De Zwaarste Plaatzen der Brieven van Paulus, in 't Miscellaneous beschouwd. En, die voorkomen in den Briev aan den Romeinen (-Corinthen, Galatien, Ephese, Philippi, Colossen, Thessalonicensen, Timotheus, en den Hebreen) meer byzonderlyk opgehelderd. Vooraf gaat eene Kerklyke Redevoering, gedaan ter gedachtenis van zynen XXV-jaarigen Predikdienst, over Hand. XXVI: 22, 23.

      Amsterdam, Gerrit de Groot en Zoon 1766/1769/1773/1777 - 4 delen, (titelprent met verklaring, 50, LXIV) 665 (23), (26) 739 (34), (22) 720 (35), (36) 790 (38) p. Perkament, 4° (Latere banden.)

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        The History of The Late War in Germany Between The King of Prussia and The Empress of Germany

      R. Horsfield et al 1766 - Volume one was published in 1766 pseudo-anonymously by Henry Lloyd, the author describing himself as ¿a general officer¿in the Austrian army¿. However, volume two was not published until 1790 along with a re-issuing of volume one. This happened posthumously as Lloyd died in 1785. As with his other works, this is not a generalised account of the wars at this time. The book also deals with the topography of the different regions with specific reference to roads and military manoeuvres, as to be expected from an officer who took part in the actions. Lloyd¿s works came to be highly respected for their almost scientific approach to warfare. This volume is enhanced by a fine fold-out map of the region, as well as seven fold-out plans of battle accompanied by their order of battle. Condition: Binding: contemporary calf rebacked with banded spine and label. Boards generally scuffed and worn. Hinges repaired. Binding tight. A little dampstaining affecting the upper margins of the last three plans and a little of the plans themselves. Small damp stain to lower margins near spine, not affecting text. Periodic light damp stain to upper margin, again not affecting text. Slight loss to the outer margin of p19 of the chapter on the campaign of 1756. Pages generally bright, maps and plans correctly folded and in good order. 27cm by 22cm approx. Map facing title. Title page with section details. Dedication page. Preface 36pp. Four sections including one plan of battle. The remaining plans to the rear along with errata page. Printed for the author and sold through various outlets, 1766. Due to the size and weight, extra postage may be required to post outside the UK please email for details [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fragmentos de la vida, y virtudes del v. illmo. y rmo. Sr. Dr. D. Vasco de Quiroga primer obispo de la santa iglesia cathedral de Michoacan, y fundador del real, y primitivo Colegio de s. Nicolàs obispo de Valladolid ... Con notas criticas, en que se aclaran muchos puntos historicos, y antiguedades americanas especialmente michoacanenses.

      Mexico: en la imprenta del Real, y mas antiguo Colegio de S. Ildefonso Small 4to (20.5 cm; 8"). [13] ff., 202 pp., [2] ff., 29, [1 (errata)] pp., port.. 1766 In the 18th century Mexico saw a birth of great biographical writing focusing on important figures in its history, especially its ecclesiastical history. Vasco de Quiroga (1470?-1565) was an imposing and perhaps quixotic figure during the early post-Conquest decades. A learned man, he arrived in Mexico in 1531 as one of the first four judges of the high court (i.e., oidores) and became the first bishop of the far western province of Michoacan. In that "out of the way" region of Mexico he devoted himself to establishing European culture, ensuring fair treatment of the indigenous population, creating towns and cities, and building the first utopian community in the New World. => Not the least of his accomplishments was the creation of two pueblo-hospitals for native Americans, and appended and integral to this biography are his "Reglas, y ordenanzas para el gobierno de los Hospitales de Santa Fé de México, y Michoacàn," which occupy the final 29 pages. Historians still consider this to be the definitive biography of Quiroga. The => engraved portrait of him, handsome and from the burin of José Morales, adds a face to the words of the biographer and to the account of the deeds of the biographee. Contemporary limp vellum with remnants of ties. Marca de fuego, unidentified, in upper edges of closed volume; very faint waterstaining visible here and there, most visible on five leaves at rear; generally a very good copy, clean and even crisp.

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        Opera omnia: A Collegio Medicorum Londinensi edita

      London: William Bowyer, 1766. Harvey, William (1578-1657). Opera omnia: A collegio medicorum Londinensi edita. Edited by Mark Akenside. 4to. [8], xxxviii, [2], 673pp., including errata leaf. Lacking leaf Rr1, the half-title to Tomus Secundus. Engraved frontispiece portrait, plate. 294 x 234 mm. Mid-19th century calf gilt, front cover stamped with the arms of the Royal College of Surgeons. Rebacked retaining original backstrip. Light toning & foxing, but very good. [London]: A Collegio Medicorum Londinensi, 1766. Presented by the Royal College of Physicians to Sir George Edward Paget (1809-92), the Harveian Orator for 1866, with bookplate commemorating the presentation on the front pastedown. Second collected edition in Latin. â??Harveyâ??s chief works in Latin have only twice been printed in a collected form, first by van Kerckhem at Leyden in 1737, and secondly by Bowyer for the Royal College of Physicians in 1766. The latter is an imposing volume with a fine engraved portraitâ? (Keynes, p. 100). This edition also includes a life of Harvey and a list of emendations in the 1628 De motu cordis and the 1649 De circulatione sanguinis. This copy of Harveyâ??s collected works was presented by its publishers, in a presentation binding, 99 years after its publication. Keynes 47.

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        Essai pour servir à l'histoire de la putréfaction

      1766 - (6), XLVIII, 578, (6)pp., 10 Paris, chez P. Fr. Didot le Jeune, 1766, in-8, (6), XLVIII, 578, (6)pp, 10 tableaux, veau havane de l'époque, dos à nerfs et fleuronné, tranches rouges, Première édition de cet ouvrage rare. Bien complet des 10 tableaux dépliants; 6 pour les substances qui conservent la viande saine, 3 tables des expériences sur les différentes substances "employées dans le cours de cet ouvrage, placées chacune dans le saisons où elles on été faites", et un tableau des substances "qui ont rendu les œufs, le poisson et la viande inaltérables". Touchant à la fois la chimie et la gastronomie, cet Essai n'a pourtant été que très rarement mentionné par les principales bibliographies de ces sujets. Liée aux grands hommes et aux intellectuels de son temps, madame Thiroux d'Arconville (1720-1805) s'intéressa à différentes parties des sciences : la chimie (elle traduisit les Leçons de chimie de Shaw), la médecine, l'histoire naturelle, etc. Dans l'ouvrage présenté ici, elle décrit un grand nombre d'expériences menées avec rigueur dans son laboratoire de Meudon entre 1755 et 1763. Pour chacune d'elles, elle consignait avec précision la température de l'air, la force des vents, la couleur des liquides de conservation, leur odeur au fil des jours. Ses expériences portaient sur la conservation des denrées alimentaires et tout particulièrement sur les viandes conservées dans les vins, le vinaigre, les liqueurs, etc. Il faut lire avec intérêt les observations tirées de toutes ses expériences (p. 442 et suiv.). Charnières et coupes frottées, coins usés. Quelques rousseurs pâles. Cole, 1272 ; Blake, 449. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Carte Réduite de L'Ocean Septentrional compris entre l'Asie et l'Amerique suivant les Decouvertes qui ont été faites par les Russes..

      Paris: J. N. Bellin, 1766. Copper-engraved map, in very good condition apart from expert repairs to center fold. A fascinating map of the North Pacific shown just before the voyages of Cook, by Bellin, the esteemed French Royal hydrographer, present here in the first state This extremely interesting and finely engraved large map depicts the northern Pacific Ocean, and adjacent coasts during an early stage in its exploration, after the first wave of great Russian explorers but just before the momentous voyages of Captain James Cook. The map embraces a vast expanse from north of the 35th parallel, from Japan to California. The map shows the tracks of the Russian voyages of Bering and his deputy Aleksei Chirikov conducted from 1728-43 that first defined eastern Siberia and touched upon the American northwest. Save the imaginary bulge on the north coast of the Chuckchi Peninsula, the coasts of Siberia are extremely well-defined, attesting to Bering's enormous talent as a cartographer. Japan, whose rulers were known to be especially unwelcoming to foreign explorers, is not well understood, such that its large northernmost island, Hokkaido, does not appear at all on the map. It is perhaps Bellin's depiction of North America that is most intriguing. It shows how Bering and Chirikov touched on various points of the Aleutians and sighted Mount St. Elias, the 18,000 ft. peak located near the top of the Alaska panhandle. The Pacific northwest immediately south of that point is entirely conjectural noting apocryphal discoveries such as the 'River of the King's' encountered by the Spanish Admiral de Fuente in 1640, and the Strait of Juan De Fuca, discovered in 1592. Although the latter body of water does exist, it was probably first encountered by Europeans in the 1770s. Bellin does, however, note Sir Francis Drake's actual discovery of 'Nouvelle Albion' (northern California) in 1578. The map optimistically shows a land route across the continent to the Pacific, decades before any such endeavor was embarked upon. The mapping of the heart of North America is also most curious, as it shows the Red River system, which in reality flows towards Hudson's Bay, as being connected to the Mississippi Basin. The map is elegantly traversed by rhumb lines and the composition is completed by an exquisite rococo title cartouche. This map was part of the l'Hydrographie Française, a great sea atlas, published by Bellin in two volumes from 1755 to 1766. This was one of the finest works of the prolific Bellin, the "Hydrographer to the King", who was so highly regarded that the British (who were almost always at war with France) made him a member of their Royal Society. Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada IV:1125, plate 879; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America , 610.

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        Allgemeine Uebersicht der Weltgeschichte von den aeltesten Zeiten bis auf gegenwärtige in Strömen und Flüßen dargestellt von Friedrich Strass.Teilkolorierter Kupferstich von 3 Platten, 1821. Erschienen im Verlag Zanna, Augsburg.Größe: 71 x 140 cm.

      - Auf Leinwand aufgezogen und mit 2 hölzernen Rundstäben zum Einrollen versehen. - Die ungewöhnliche Übersichtskarte des Historikers Friedrich Strass (1766-1845) verwendet die Darstellung von Flüssen als Metapher für die Strömung der Zeit. Eingezeichnet sind die verschiedenen Epochen und Herrscher, beginnend bei der Urzeit bis zum Jahr 1820 am Fuße der Darstellung. Bekannt wurde Friedr. Strass mit seiner 1804 erschienenen Darstellung "Strom der Zeiten", die bis zum Jahre 1816 mehrfach erschienen war. Viel seltener ist diese Übersichtskarte, welche dieselben "Flüße" darstellt, jedoch im oberen Bildbereich eine dekorative Landschaftsabbildung mit Personenstaffage im alten Kolorit zeigt. - Leicht gebräunt u. ein wenig braunfleckig. Im unt. Bereich mit kl. Einrissen in der Darstellung. Einige Randeinrisse. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentaries On The Laws Of England (4 volumes)

      Oxford; Clarendon Press; 1766; 68; 68; 69; Quarto; - 4 volume set. Volumes I and II are second editions, Volumes III and IV are first editions. Quartos. Bound in modern beige leather. Gilt spine. Gilt rule to boards. 5 raised bands. Marbled endpapers. Marginal damp stain throughout, affecting text of first few pages in each volume, affecting text in Vol. III throughout. Soot to prelims and page ends. Early signature of John Spence to title page. Grolier, 100 English, 52. Printing and the Mind of Man 212. Rothschild 407 Blackstone's great work on the laws of England is the extreme example of justification of an existing state of affairs by virtue of its history. Until the Commentaries, the ordinary Englishman had viewed the law as a vast, unintelligible and unfriendly machine. Blackstone's great achievement was to popularize the law and the traditions which had influenced its formation. He takes a delight in describing and defending as the essence of the constitution the often anomalous complexities which had grown into the laws of England over the centuries. But he achieves the astonishing feat of communicating this delight, and this is due to a style which is itself always lucid and graceful. ? Printing In the Mind of Man). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Recueil de divers traités sur l'histoire naturelle de la terre et des fossiles

      1766 - (4 ff.), 552 pp. Avignon, Louis Chambeau, 1766, in-4, (4 ff.), 552 pp, reliure de l'époque en veau marbré, dos à nerfs ornés de motifs floraux dorés, tranches rouges, Première édition collective de ce recueil principalement consacré à la géologie, dû au naturaliste suisse Elie Bertrand (1713-1797), dédié au roi de Pologne Stanislas Auguste, dont Bertrand était membre du conseil privé. Composé de 9 neufs traités qui parurent séparément, et qui sont ici revus et corrigés par l'auteur, cet ouvrage est de fait plus complet et plus exact. Cet ouvrage contient notamment les "Mémoires sur la structure intérieure de la terre" (Heidegguer, Zurich, 1752) et les "Mémoires historiques et physiques sur les tremblements de terre" (Pierre Gosse junior, La Haye, 1757) ainsi qu'un mémoire sur les tremblements de terre et une minéralogie du Canton de Berne. Illustré de bandeaux gravés sur bois par Orcat, répétés à chaque partie. De la bibliothèque du malacologue Ernest Bucaille, avec étiquette ex-libris. Coins et mors émoussés. Intérieur frais, exceptés les 4 derniers feuillets légèrement brunis. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed peer, 1 page 8vo (inlaid), Arlington Street, 'Sunday Night', no date.

      - Summoning him to an urgent meeting. 'I received your note & will certainly attend tomorrow. Vansittart [Nicholas Vansittart, first Baron Bexley (1766-1851, politician] is aware of the circumstance & will no doubt have taken measures for attendance. You are all summoned to a Cabinet at my office tomorrow at two. The nature of the business is such as to make me very desirous of your & Erskine's attendance if possible. .' The reference to Erskine is probably to Thomas Erskine, first Baron Erskine (1750-1823, lord chancellor) an intimate friend of Fox's.With an engraved portrait by J.W. Cook after Reynolds.

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        Astronomical manuscript on the 1766 comet in Portuguese entitled: Dialogo epistolar astronomico sobre o cometa apparecido em Lamego as da Abril e observado aze o dia 9. dao anno de 1766

      1766 - Folio (345 x 228 mm), ff [10] paginated [2] 15 [3, blank], ink on paper in a fine cursive script, drawing in ink pen and wash of the comet on the title; title a bit dust-soiled, otherwise fine, on uncut sheets in contemporary marbled boards. £5500A very learned unpublished Portuguese manuscript treatise on the 1766 comet (D/1766 G1 Helfenzrieder), which appeared in April of that year and was discovered on April 1 by Helfenzrieder, and independently by Messier, Cassini de Thury, and others. This treatise gives a detailed account of the observations made by the authors from their observatory set up on the mountain of Queimada near Lamego in Portugal. The authors also present a chronological catalogue of previous observations of comets from 1500 on, and cite numerous authors, including Apianus, Kepler, Gassendi, Cassini, Hevelius, Halley, Newton, Clairaut, and members of the Académie Royal des Sciences.The authors were pioneer climatologists as well as being accomplished astronomers. 'To the best of our knowledge, the earliest [meteorological] records undertaken in continental Portugal were carried out by Joao de Sousa Freire de Araujo Borges da Veiga (Veiga, hereafter) in Lamego, from 1770 until 1784. Lamego was an important and prosperous Episcopal city of the Douro valley, and was marked by economic productions: silk (the 16th-17th centuries) and Port wine (since the 18th century). There is scarce information concerning Veiga's life, although there are some facts worthy to be highlighted (Taborda et al, 2004). Although he was a correspondent member of the Lisboa Royal Academy of Science (elected in 1785), he began his meteorological observations in 1770, well before the LRAS foundation. His knowledge and interest in meteorological observations came most probably from his contacts with foreign colleagues. Furthermore, astronomy was also within Veiga's interests: he published a small booklet on astronomical observations in Salamanca (Nunes, 1997). The Lamego series consists of tables of annual values (extreme, average, totals) of temperature, precipitation and wind direction . Quantitative and qualitative information is included in the manuscript "Meteorological observations made in Lamego", that he offered to the LRAS (Veiga, 1784). Veiga's observations site and measurement methods are unknown' (M.J. Alcoforado et al, 'Early Portuguese meteorological measurements (18th century)', Climate of the Past, 8, pp 358-9 (2012)). The authors were also contributors to the Portuguese nautical ephemerides.The title bears the initials of the authors, who have signed and dated the manuscript in full at the end, and dedicated it to an unidentified noble recipient.

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        Instituzione Pratica Dell' Architettura Civile, 2 vols.; Per la Decorazione de' Pubblici, e Privati Edifici; Preceduta da un Articolo di Geometria in Pratica ad Uso Delli Disegnatori ed Artifici

      Per Gianbattista Bianchi Regio Stampatore, Milan 1766 - Two volumes. First edition, 1766. Leather-backed boards, red spine- labels, heavily illustrated, vol. I: 232 pp., vol. II: 160 numbered plates + engraved titlepage and 1 unnumbered plate , clean unmarked text, generally Good ex-library volumes with typical treatments (bookplates, barcode stickers, stamps, etc.), library stamps to a handful of the plates, discoloration or soiling to some pages, creasing or wear to the edges of a couple pages, significant wear to the covers--especially vol. 2- -including chipping and loss to the edges, no dust jackets. Text in Italian. Rare set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le grand trictrac ou méthode facile pour apprendre sans maître la marche, les termes, les règles, et une grande partie des finesses de ce jeu.

      Paris, De Hansy, Nouvelle éd., revue, corrigée & considérablement augmentée1766. - Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten, XVI, 357 Seiten, 1 Blatt, Kalbslederband der Zeit, 20,5 x 13 cm, Gut erhalten. Tric Trac ist eine französische Backgammon-Variante. Es wird nach den gleichen Grundregeln gespielt wie bei Standardbackgammon. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ANNO REGNI GEORGII III AN ACT FOR INDEMNIFYING PERSONS WHO HAVE INCURRED CERTAIN PENALTIES INFLICTED BY AN ACT OF THE LAST SESSION OF PARLIAMENT, FOR GRANTING CERTAIN STAMP DUTIES IN THE BRITISH COLONIES AND PLANTATIONS OF AMERICA; AND FOR MAKING VALID ALL INSTRUMENTS EXECUTED OR INROLLED THERE ON UNSTAMPED PAPER, VELLUM, OR PARCHMENT

      London:: Printed by Mark Baskett, Printer to King's most Excellent Majesty,, 1766. Fine. Fine in disbound self wrappers with blank rear wrapper. 4to. pp. 823-826.

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        Abhandlung vom Wasserbau an Strömen

       Fritsch, Lpz. 1766. 245 S. und 13 gefalt. Kupfertafeln, Original Hldr. (berieben u. best./NaV./etwas fleckig/1 Tafel eingerissen) -Silberschlag, Pastor an der heil. Geistkirche zu Magdeburg und Mitglied der Königl. Preuß. Akademie der Wissensch. zu Berlin- Versand D: 5,90 EUR Architektur/Bauing.

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        Canton Bern sive Illustris Helvetiorum Respublica Bernensis cum Subditis huis et confinibus recenter delineata a Gabriele Walsero edentibus Homannianis Heredibus.

      Nürnberg, Hommans Erben, 1766. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte, Kartusche mit Berner Wappen, Plattengrösse 47 x 56 cm, Blattgrösse 53 x 62 cmNur stellenweise gering fleckig. - Blumer 256 B. Versand D: 2,30 EUR

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        Laokoon: oder über die Grenzen der Mahlerey und Poesie.

      Berlin: Christian Friedrich Voss,, 1766. Mit beyläufigen Erläuterungen verschiedener Punckte der alten Kunstgeschichte. Octavo (198 x 123 mm). Contemporary marbled paper boards, printed paper spine label, edges stained red. Joints and corners worn, with partial loss of marbled paper, spine label defective, front free endpaper removed. Occasional light browning, more severe in places and with the odd marginal stain. Withal a very good copy. First edition of Lessing's best known work outside Germany, a discussion of the limits and limitations of all the arts. "It contains the first clear statement of the truth, which is now considered axiomatic, that every art is subject to limitations, and can achieve greatness only by a clear understanding of and self-restriction to its proper function" (PMM).

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        \"Prospect der Churfrtl: Bairischen Haupt und Residenz Stat München, Wie Solche gegen Abend von der Iser-Bruggen anzusehen\". Gesamtansicht vom Gasteig aus in westlicher Richtung über die Isar hinweg.

       Kupferstich und Radierung von Franz Xaver Jungwirth, München 1766, nach dem Gemälde von Canaletto in der Münchner Residenz 1761, 43 x 63,5 cm. Maillinger I, 957; Pfister II, 25; Slg. Proebst 94; Lentner 1072; Zettler hat unter Nr. 19 nur den verkleinerten Nachstich im Rocaille-Rahmen. - Die wohl schönste und seltenste Altmünchen-Ansicht in einem Exemplar des 2. Zustands (Name des Stechers im Unterrand ausgeschliffen). Blick nach Westen über die Isar, im Vordergrund das Terrain der Au, belebt von den Insassen des Gasteig-Spitals. Am Auer Tor sieht man den Anfang der bereits in Stein ausgeführten Brücke, während die Brücke vom gegenseitigen Ufer, die vom Roten Turm ausgeht, noch aus Holz ist. Lentner schreibt in der \"Bibliotheca Bavarica\" bereits im Jahre 1911: \"Von der allergrößten Seltenheit. Eine ganze Reihe von Jahren dürfte kein Originalabdruck dieses herrlichen Prospekts in den Handel gekommen sein, dem man mit Recht nachrühmt, dass er unter den schönsten Altmünchner Ansichten den allerersten Platz beanspruchen kann.\" Guter Abdruck, vor allem in der Stadtansicht klar zeichnend. Mit umlaufendem Rand. Geglätteter Mittelknick, kleine Schadstellen im Himmel restauriert. Von harmonischer Gesamtwirkung. In handgearbeitetem Modellrahmen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Ansichten, Oberbayern

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        Recueil de divers traités sur l'histoire naturelle de la terre et des fossiles.

      Avignon: Louis Chambeau, 1766 - Première édition collective, in-4; [viii], 552p.; bandeaux et lettrines. Reliure d'époque en veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, gardes marbrées, tranches rouges. Exemplaire à grandes marges de la bibliothèque de José Caetano Mazziotti Salema Garcao, ingénieur des mines et parlementaire portugais, avec son cachet ex-libris à froid armorié. Petits accrocs aux coiffes, certains cahiers un peu brunis, mais un bon exemplaire. Pasteur, géologue et naturaliste Suisse, Elie Bertrand publia séparément ces traités entre 1752 et 1760, qui sont revus et corrigés dans cette édition collective "plus complette & plus exacte". Parmi les titres: Mémoires sur la structure intérieure de la terre - Essai sur les usages des montagnes - Mémoires historiques et physiques sur les tremblements de terre - Essai de minéralogie ou distribution méthodique des fossiles - Essai de la minéralographie, et de l'hydrographie du Canton de Berne - Catalogue des fossiles du Canton de Berne - Catalogue du Cabinet d'histoire naturelle de Bertrand - Lettre sur les inondations du Nil et l'usage des montagnes de l'Abissinie, et Lettre sur la diminution des mers et l'origine des montagnes.

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        LOUIS (Antoine)

      1766 1257 - Paris, Chez P. G. Cavelier, libraire, 1766, in-8, [8]-270 pages et un feuillet blanc, veau marbré, dos à nerfs fleuronné, Édition originale, peu courante, du recueil d'observations réunies par Antoine Louis (1723-1792), célèbre chirurgien militaire, dans le but de "perfectionner la pratique de la chirurgie" et de contribuer au "progrès de la médecine interne, dans le traitement des apoplexies, & des maladies du cerveau". Antoine Louis est un des précurseurs de la médecine légale en France. Il reprend les pièces du procès Calas et prouve l'impossibilité du meurtre grâce à la pratique minutieuse de l'autopsie. Il est l'auteur d'un Mémoire sur une question anatomique relative à la jurisprudence; dans lequel on établit les principes pour distinguer , à l'inspection d'un corps retrouvé pendu, les signes du suicide d'avec ceux de l'assassinat, qu'il lira devant l'Académie royale de Chirurgie (1763). Ce recueil propose des observations et des démonstrations médico-chirurgicales qui étayent les idées d'Antoine Louis. En introduction, un de ses discours, prononcé à l'ouverture de la séance publique de l'Académie de Chirurgie (1766). Nouveau système du cerveau par Pourfour du Petit. Observation de Valsalva. Commentaires sur les observations de Valsalva, par Morgagni. De la cause de l'Hémiplégie, de Morgagni. Observations anatomiques de Santorini. Expositions anatomiques de Winslow. Expériences anatomiques de Molinelli. Thon G.C, dissertation inaugurale de chirurgie médicale, où l'on établit la préférence des moyens chirurgicaux sur les autres remèdes dans la cure d'apoplexie (Praes.L. Heister). Étiquette ex-libris de la Bibliothèque de l'Institut de Paris (bibliothèque des Liouville) et cachet annulé de l'Institut catholique de Paris. Reliure usée. Wellcome III, p. 550. Hirsch III, pp. 847-848. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Plan du Siege De Minden. F.W. de Bawr Gravé Sous la Direction de J. v. Schley, et Publié à la Haye aux Depens de Pierre Gosse junior & Daniel Pinet, 1766':.

      - Kupferstich v. Jacob van der Schley n. Friedrich Wilhelm von Bauer b. Pierre Gosse & Daniel Pinet, dat. 1766, 53 x 70,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. S. 43. - Karte des Gebietes zwischen Bückeburg, Petershagen und Lübbecke mit Einzeichnungen altkolorierter Truppenstellungen. - Unten links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Erklärungen. - Mittig Minden. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Plan de L'Affaire de Meer . 1758 . F.W. de Bawr. Grave Sous la Direction de J. v. Schley, et Publié à La Haye aux Depens de Pierre Gosse junior & Daniel Pinet, 1766.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Jacob van der Schley n. Friedrich Wilhelm von Bauer b. Pierre Gosse & Daniel Pinet, 1766, 50 x 34 Braun Bd.1, S. 114/115. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Rees, Sonsbeck, Kamp-Lintfort, Rheinberg, Wesel und Isselburg-Werth mit Einzeichnungen altkolorierter Truppenstellungen i.J. 1758. - Oben links Titelkartusche und Erklärungen. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Dänischer Atlas oder Beschreibung des Königreichs Dännemark, nach seiner politischen und physikalischen Beschaffenheit, mit Landkarten und andern Kupferstichen versehen. Aus dem Dänischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen begleitet von Johann Adolph Scheiben. Band 1 in zwei Teilen (mehr nicht erschienen). Mit zus. 26 teils großformatigen Faltkupfern und Karten.

      Kopenhagen and Hamburg, Rothen Wittwe und Profft, und M.Chr. Bock, 1766-1767. I/1: XXXII, 464 Seiten. Mit einer großen Faltkarte und 17 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. - I/2: XVIII, 276 Seiten und 8 meist mehrfach gefaltete Karten, Ansichten und Pläne. 4° (23 x 19 cm). Lederband der Zeit (Rücken etwas berieben und oben und unten mit kleinen Wurmlöchern). *Einzige deutsche Ausgabe. In der dänischen Originalausgabe erschienen bis 1781 noch 6 weitere Bände (ab Bd. 4 von einem anderen Verf.), die deutsche Übersetzung ist nach Streitigkeiten mit dem dänischen Verleger in \"verbesserter Form\" und anderer Zusammenstellung erschienen. Dieser erste Band der deutschen Übersetzung in zwei Teilen entspricht dem ersten und zweiten Band der dänischen Ausgabe. Die später erschienenen Bände der dänischen Ausgabe (zu den übrigen einzelnen Landesteilen) ist nicht mehr als deutsche Übersetzung erschienen. - Der erste Teil beinhaltet eine allgemeine Landesbeschreibung zur Geschichte, zu den Menschen und ihren Sitten und Gebräuchen, der politischen Geschichte etc. aber auch der geographischen und physikalischen Beschreibung: der Geologie und Mineralogie, der Gewässer, des Fischfangs, der Landwirtschaft sowie der Flora und Fauna. Enthält eine große Faltkarte von Dänemark und 17 Faltkupfer mit Münzabbildungen, geologischen Formationen, Fossilien, Vögel, Fischen und Insekten. Der zweite Teil behandelt ausschließlich die Stadt Kopenhagen mit ihrer geographischen Beschreibung, Geschichte, Architektur, Schlössern und zugehörigen Ämtern. Er enthält 2 große Faltkarten, einen großen Faltplan, eine gefaltete große Panorama-Ansicht sowie 4 Ansichten von Gebäuden und Schlössern, jeweils zu Kopenhagen. - Geringe Altersbräunung, alle Kupfer in unberührter Erhaltung. Abgesehen von kleineren Altersspuren am Rücken ein sehr gut erhaltenes, absolut vollständiges Exemplar der deutschen Ausgabe. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Dänemark, Kopenhagen, 18. Jahrhundert, Atlas

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        Histoire naturelle, generale et particuliere. Avec la Description du Cabinet du Roi. Tome Quatorzieme, Vol. 14

      Paris: De L\' Imprimerie Royale 1766 GLDr. der Zeit, [7], 411 Seiten, [1], lex. 4°, mit Titelvignette, zahlreichen Textvignetten, Zierleisten und 41 Kupfern auf Sondertafeln. Einband leicht berieben und abgegriffen. Innen frisch und sauber, sehr guter Zustand.Alte Drucke, Naturgeschichte, Buffon

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        The Art of Angling. Now Improved with Additions and Formed into a Dictionary. In Two Parts. I. Containing an Account of Fish and Fish-Ponds: A new Art of Fly-Making: The new Laws that concern Angling: The secret Ways of

      London T. Lowndes [printed for] 1766. G : in Good condition. Covers rubbed with some scuffing to leather and wear to external joints. Front board weak. Corners bumped. Edge-tears to fep Reprint Leather cover 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). viii, 293pp + ads. Illustrated with 135 wood-engravings within the text; frontis engraving. Title in full: 'Now Improved with Additions, And Formed into a Dictionary. In Two Parts. I. Containing an Account of Fish and Fish-Ponds: A new Art of Fly-Making: The new Laws that concern Angling: The secret Ways of catching Fish by Ointments, Pastes, and other Arts: Directions how to procure Baits, and for making all sort of Fish - Tackle, with the surest Method of finding Sport, II. Of the great Whale, and Whale-Fishery; the devouring Shark; The amphibious Turtle; the luscious Turbot and Sole; with Flying Fish, Sea-Devil, and other extraordinary Productions of the Sea. Likewise a Natural History of the Inhabitants of the Salt Water, and the various Methods of Rock and Sea-Fishing. Illustrated With One Hundred and Thirty-five Cuts, exactly describing the different Kinds of Fish that are found in the Fresh or Salt Waters. The Whole forming A Sportsman's Magazine; And Comprizing all that is curious and valuable in The Art of Angling.'.

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        THOUGHTS ON THE NATURE OF WAR, AND ITS REPUGNANCY TO THE CHRISTIAN WAY OF LIFE. EXTRACTED FROM A SERMON, ON THE 29th NOVEMBER, 1759; BEING THE DAY OF PUBLIC THANKSGIVING FOR THE SUCCESSES OBTAINED IN THE LATE WAR

      Philadelphia: Printed by Henry Miller, in Second-Street, 1766.. 30pp. Small octavo. Dbd. Tanning and foxing. Good. Scarce separate printing of Benezet's pamphlet, which was also included as part of William Law's EXTRACT FROM A TREATISE, also published by Miller in 1766. Benezet, a Quaker and noted educator and abolitionist, writes that despite the success of Britain and her colonists in the French and Indian War, that war is evil, malignant, repugnant, and "the premeditated and determined destruction of human beings; of creatures originally 'formed after the image of God.'" The second half of the text contains extracts from the writings of William Law and Thomas Harley regarding religion. A scarce early American pacifist tract. EVANS 10505. ESTC W1329, W1330. SABIN 4692. HILDEBURN 2231 (as part of Law EXTRACTS).

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        [MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT, SIGNED BY THOMAS LORD FAIRFAX, CONCERNING A RENTAL PROPERTY AGREEMENT IN VIRGINIA]

      Frederick County, Va, 1766. Vellum, 8 x 14 1/4 inches, official seal present. Some soiling. Wear along folds, with minor loss of a few letters. Docketed on verso. About very good. An official document recording a contract to rent land to one Isaac Foster by Thomas Fairfax, the Sixth Lord Fairfax and proprietor of the Northern Neck of Virginia. In the document, Fairfax agrees to rent 326 acres of land in Frederick County to Isaac Foster, the boundaries of which are described therein. Fairfax retains rights to part of the natural resources of the land, including "a full third of all lead, copper, tin, coals, iron mine and iron ore that shall be found thereon." Thomas Lord Fairfax (1693-1781), a baron in the Scottish peerage, inherited a domain of over 5,000,000 acres through his Culpepper ancestors. His vast proprietorship in the Northern Neck of Virginia, which encompassed the areas between the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers and westward, had been managed by Robert "King" Carter, but when Fairfax learned how rich Carter had become on his death in 1732, he decided to move to Virginia and manage his estates himself. He soon became the richest man in Virginia. The ANB notes that "...in Frederick County Lord Fairfax worked at managing his farms, granting vacant land, and collecting quitrents from Chesapeake Bay to the Appalachian Mountains. As lord of the manor he was magistrate in every county within the proprietorship and occasionally sat with their courts. He helped found the towns of Winchester and Alexandria and backed a Potomac River canal. During the Seven Years' War, he commanded Virginia's militia on the northern frontier. Since the Northern Neck encompassed only part of the Old Dominion's territory, his role in the colony's government was unofficial, but he exerted influence through discreet patronage of Northern Neck gentry." A very old man when the Revolution broke out, he was unmolested personally despite being a devout Loyalist. He died in 1781 at the age of 88. His estates, however, had been confiscated in 1779. His heirs received only a comparatively minor settlement from the British government. An interesting colonial document relating to lands in northern Virginia, typical of Fairfax's transactions as a proprietor.

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        Political treatises, on the following subjects: I. The police of France: with a particular description of the police and government of the city of Paris. II. An account of the Southern Maritime Provinces of France; with observations on the cities of Aix, Marseilles, and Toulon. To which are added, remarks on the marine of France. III. The laws and policy of England, relating to trade, examined, &c.

      London: printed and sold by T. Harrison ..... and by J. Robson. 1766. 4to., 138 + (4) + 133 + (1) + 125 + (3)pp., including the final advertisement leaf, and with two folding engraved plates of Toulon and its 'projected out work' and dockyards, but wanting the separate title-page to the Police of France,> discarded presumably as superfluous by an early owner, bound in contemporary calf, rather scratched and worn, well rebacked in the 20th century, the spine with raised bands and contrasting labels lettered in gilt. A very good sound copy with the early 19th century armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Cornelius, 2nd Viscount Lismore.> First collected edition: apparently very scarce (Cambridge + Ripley Castle + Kress + Lilly + Lib. of Congress in ESTC). Kress 6365. Higgs 3626. The three constituent essays were originally published in 1763, 1764 and 1765. Sir William Mildmay, 1st Baronet (c. 1706-1771), of Moulsham in the County of Essex, was created in the Baronetage of Great Britain on 5 February 1765. He was appointed Commissioner on the Anglo-French Commission of 1750-1755.

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        Dictionnaire Pittoresque et Historique, ou description d'Architecture, Peinture, Sculpture, Gravure, Histoire Naturelle, Antiquités, & dates des Etablissemens & Monumens de Paris, Versailles, Marly, Trianon, S. Cloud, Fontainebleau, Compiégne, autres Maisons Royales & Châteaux à environ quinze lieues autour de la Capitale, & Discours sur ces quatre Arts, avec le Catalogue des plus célèbres Artistes anciens & modernes, & leurs Vies. Utile aux Artistes, Amateurs des beaux Arts & Etrangers.

      Herissant, Paris 1766 - 2 vol. in-12 de XXIV 397 pp. 1 f.n.ch. et 3 ff.n.ch. 418 pp., plein veau marbré de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné aux petites armes, pièces de titre et de tomaisons, tranches rouges. Bel exemplaire de cette édition originale. Aux armes non identifiées. Signature de l'auteur sur la page de titre du tome I. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Essai sur l abus des règles générales et contre les préjugés qui s opposent aux progres de l art des accouchemens.

      chez l Auteur, Prault, Didot le jeune, Paris 1766 - Legatura coeva in piena pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello in pelle nera al ds. Tagli marmorizzati. Ottimo esemplare. Questa edizione presenta un monogramma dell A. a pag. 1 e sulla tavola. Edizione originale, rara. Blake, p. 269; Wellcome III, p. 510. 8bo (cm. 19,6), XIII(1)-356 pp., 4 cc.nn. con una tav. più volte rip. f.t. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Gentleman Gardener Instructed in Sowing, Planting, Pruning, and Grafting Seeds, Plants, Flowers, and Trees; Also in the Manner of Making Wines From the Fruits of the Garden; and in the Management of Bees. To Which is Added The Gardener's Kalendar

      London: J. Hinton, at the King's-Arms, in Pater-noster Row. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed with wear to spine ends. Contemporary signatures on fep and paste-down. 1766. The Seventh Edition, carefully revised and corrected with many new Additions and Improvements. Contemporary calf. 180mm x 100mm (7" x 4"). vii, 293pp, + index. '... Shewing the Particular Work to be Done every month in the Kitchen-Garden, Fruit-Garden, and Pleasure-Garden.'. .

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        Mémoire pour la Suppression des Festes.

      1766 - In-12 de (4)-70 pp., maroquin rouge, titre doré en long sur le dos, filets dorés d'encadrement sur les plats, tranches dorées (Thouvenin). Edition originale signée « Faiguet, T.D.F., de la Société de Bretagne ». Le titre de départ porte : Mémoire de discipline et de Politique, sur la Suppression des Fêtes, et sur d'autres arangemens relatifs à ces deux objets. « (Faiguet de Villeneuve) a ajouté aux exemplaires qui portent pour titre L'Ami des Pauvres ou l'Economie Politique (1766), un mémoire sur la diminution des fêtes, imprimé avec des signes ou caractères nouveaux qui le rendent fort difficile à lire. Cet écrivain pensait que notre orthographe devait être rapprochée de notre prononciation ». Financier, Faiguet de Villeneuve (1703-1780) acquit la charge de trésorier de France au bureau de Châlons-sur-Marne. A l'origine de l'étude de l'économie politique en France - il participa à ce titre à l'Encyclopédie -, il fit de nombreuses propositions pour réformer l'état et les finances. Bel exemplaire dans une fine reliure Thouvenin. Provenance : Charles Nodier, (1829), n°172 : « Vol. fort rare ». Brunet II, 1162 : « Cet opuscule devenu rare, comme tant d?autres qui sont morts en naissant, est moins curieux par le fond que par le système bizarre d?orthographe que l'auteur s?est créé, et dont il donne la clef en tête de son mémoire. Vend. en mar. 40 fr. Nodier » ; Quérard, III, 59. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Nouvelle Carte des Decouvertes Faites par Des Vaisseaux Russiens Aux Cotes Inconnues de l?Amerique Septentionale ... A St. Petersburg a l\'Academie Imperiale des Sciences 1758.

      Amsterdam, Marc Michel Rey, 1766. 50x 65 cm Seltene holländische Ausgabe nach Mullers ebenfalls seltener Karte von 1758. Das Datum in der Kartusche ist 1758, während als Druckdatum 1766 und für die Kupferplatte \"L. Schenck, Jansz: Sculpsit 1765\" angegeben werden. Dargestellt werden die russischen Entdeckungen im nordwestlichen Teil von America. Die Karte bestätigt das Vorhandensein von Wasser zwischen Asien und Amerika, was in den vorhergehenden zwei Jahrhunderten umstritten war. Die Lage der Kurilen ist korrekt wiedergegeben. Annähernd der Wirklichkeit entsprechen die Umrissen von Alaska. - links bis über den den Plattenrand beschnitten, ein Einriss im Falz fachgerecht hinterlegt. Versand D: 2,30 EUR

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        Delle specie diverse di frumento e di pane siccome della panizzazione.

      Venezia, Presso Antonio Zappa, 1766. 208 x 158 mm. 8, 237 pp. Later marbled wrappers. *First edition. - Vicaire (Bibliographie gastronomique) 406; BING 1222; Bitting 185; Westbury 140: \"This work precedes Parmentier\'s Parfait Boulanger by 13 years\". Saverio Manetti (1723–1785) was an Italian physician, botanist and ornithologist in Florence. - Title with old stamp, generally in good condition. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Dictionnaire de chimie, contenant la théorie et la pratique de cette science, son application à la physique, à l'histoire naturelle, à la médecine et à l'économie animale

      Lacombe, Paris 1766 - _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Première édition, premier tirage, du premier dictionnaire moderne de chimie. Publiée anonymement, c'est l'ouvrage le plus important de Pierre-Joseph Macquer (1718--1784). Selon Neville & Smeaton, il s'agit du tirage 1A', (Paris est écrit "Pari" sur le titre du volume I). Cole 863. Duveen 377. Des fentes aux charnières du tome 2, reliures tachées et frottées avec des petits manques. Ex-libris manuscrit du XIXe : "Bibliothèque de Jules Tripier, chimiste à la parfumerie Pinaud." _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________. 2 volumes in-8. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Format : 2 volumes in-8. Collation : XXVI, (2), 616 pp. / (4), 686, (2) pp. Basane brune, dos orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Première édition, premier tirage, du premier dictionnaire moderne de chimie. Publiée anonymement, c'est l'ouvrage le plus important de Pierre-Joseph Macquer (1718--1784). Selon Neville & Smeaton, il s'agit du tirage 1A', (Paris est écrit "Pari" sur le titre du volume I). Cole 863. Duveen 377. Des fentes aux charnières du tome 2, reliures tachées et frottées avec des petits manques. Ex-libris manuscrit du XIXe : "Bibliothèque de Jules Tripier, chimiste à la parfumerie Pinaud." _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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        Plan Des Mouvements de l'Armée depuis le 26 jusqu'au 31 de May de meme depuis le 12. d'Aout jusqu'au Sept. 1758. F.W. de Bawr. Grave Sous la Direction de J. v. Schley, et Publié à La Haye aux Depens de Pierre Gosse junior & Daniel Pinet, MDCCLXVI.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Jacob van der Schley n. Friedrich Wilhelm von Bauer b. Pierre Gosse & Daniel Pinet, dat. 1766, 56 x 91,5 Nicht bei Braun. Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. S. 565. - Kriegskarte des Münsterlandes in dem Gebiet Emmerich, Duisburg, Unna, Münster, Coesfeld und Bocholt. - Oben links Titelkartusche; rechts daneben Erläuterungen der verschiedenen Truppenstellungen bei Coesfeld, Bocholt, Borken, Emmerich, Dülmen, Lembeck, Ringenberg, Raesfeld, Rees, Dorsten, Duisburg, Millingen, Gemen, Wesel, Haltern, Schermbeck, Recklinghausen u.a. sowie den Lippeflußlauf. - In der Karte altkolorierte Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen. - Sehr detaillierte Karte. - Tadelloser Zustand. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Tentativa theologica, em que se pretende mostrar, que impedido o recurso SÈ Apostolica se devolve aos senhores bispos a faculdade de dispensar nos impedimentos publicos do matrimonio, e de prover espiritualmente em todos os mais cazos reservados ao papa, todas as vezes que assim o pedir a publica e urgente necessidade dos subditos.

      Lisbon, Na Officina de Miguel Rodrigues, 1766. - (24 ll.), xi, 286 pp., (22 ll.). Lacking a final blank leaf present in some copies. 4?, contemporary mottled sheep (some wear; small repair to rear cover), spine richly gilt with raised bands in six compartments, citron morocco lettering piece with short author and title gilt-lettered, text block edges speckled red. Internally clean and crisp, printed on high quality, thick paper. Overall in very good condition. ---- Second edition of what was written as a detailed discussion of dispensations regarding marriage issued by the pope and by bishops, but in fact served as the death-blow to Ultramontanism in Spain and Portugal. The first edition appeared in Lisbon, 1764; the third ("revista e emendada") at Lisbon, 1769. It was translated to Latin, Italian, French, German, and Spanish. An English translation was published in London, 1847, under the title @Tentativa theologica: episcopal rights and ultra-montane usurpations. Ultramontanism emphasizes the powers and prerogatives of the pope, even in secular matters. As such, it was an aspect of the struggle for power between the Church and increasingly powerful secular rulers. From the seventeenth century on, Ultramontanism was closely associated with the Jesuits, who (not coincidentally) were expelled from Portugal in 1759, five years before the first edition of this work appeared. After the expulsion, D. JosÈ I recalled his ambassador to Rome and expelled the papal nuncio: diplomatic relations between Portugal and Rome were not resumed until 1770. Also not coincidentally, the third and final Portuguese edition of the @Tentativa theologica appeared in 1769. The Proemio (pp. i-xi) reviews the reasons for Portugal's break with Rome, cites numerous historical justifications, and lists the immediate consequences, in terms of ecclesiastical matters that had to be taken over by Portuguese bishops when the Holy See could not be consulted. Leading among them were dispensations allowing nobles to marry despite a prohibited degree of consanguinity.The first license (final page) states rather ambiguously that the work can be printed, "vistas as licenÁas do Santo Officio, e Ordinario." Rather than the usual statements that there is nothing herein against the Church, the three other licenses simply say, "PÛde correr." The name "Carvalho" (i.e., Sebasti?o JosÈ de Carvalho e Melo, Conde de Oeiras, later MarquÍs de Pombal) appears after three of the four licenses.AntÛnio Pereira de Figueiredo (1725-1797) was an Oratorian priest interested in philological studies who also wrote a considerable number of didactic works on Latin and history. He moved between Enlightenment and theological thought as the political winds blew. After Portugal cut off relations with the Holy See, Figueiredo put himself at the service of the political-religious policy of the MarquÍs de Pombal. In 1768 he abandoned his order, which had fallen out of favor with Pombal, to take up a post as a deputy of the Real Mesa CensÛria. His translation of the Bible into Portuguese has been reprinted a number of times.---- InnocÍncio I, 228. NUC: DLC, MH. OCLC: 16623777 (Emory University, Boston College-Theology & Ministry Library, Harvard University-Harvard College Library and Houghton Library, Seton Hall University, Universiteit Utrecht); 14260682 (University of California-Los Angeles, University of Arizona); Lisbon, 1769 edition is 13022089 (Emory University, University of Missouri-Columbia); English translation of 1847 is 221943845 (12 copies, 5 of them in the U.S.A.). Porbase locates copies in four locations: Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (4 copies), Universidade CatÛlica Portuguesa-Biblioteca Jo?o Paulo II (2 copies), and 1 each at the Biblioteca Central da Marinha and the Biblioteca Municipal de Elvas, as well as a single copy of the first edition (Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal) and the third edition in copies at the Universidade CatÛlica Portuguesa-Biblioteca Jo?o Paulo II and Biblioteca Municipal de Elvas. Melvyl locates only a [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentaries on the Laws of England (Four Volumes, Complete)

      The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1766-1769. Very Good with no dust jacket. First Printing. Hard Cover Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1766-1769. Four volumes uniformly bound in half calf over marbled boards, spines in six compartments separated by gilt borders, gilt titles and decoration on red and black labels in two compartments, volume numbers, gilt, in gilt borders in one compartment. Marbled endpapers. (iv), iv, 485, (i); (viii), 520, xix; viii, 455, xxvii; viii, 436, vii, (40) pp. Illustrated with two copperplate tables, Table of Consanguinity and fold-out Table of Descents in Volume Two. "Blackstone's great work on the laws of England is the extreme example of justification of an existing state of affairs by virtue of its history. Until the Commentaries, the ordinary Englishman had viewed the law as a vast, unintelligible and unfriendly machine. Blackstone's great achievement was to popularize the law and the traditions which had influenced its formation. He takes a delight in describing and defending as the essence of the constitution the often anomalous complexities which had grown into the laws of England over the centuries. But he achieves the astonishing feat of communicating this delight, and this is due to a style which is itself always lucid and graceful.". MIXED FIRST AND SECOND EDITIONS IN MATCHING BINDINGS. Volumes One and Two are Second Editions, Volumes Three and Four are First Editions. All volumes are in excellent condition. The front hinges are starting in volumes one and two. A former owner's name (John Black) is neatly written on each title page. The boards are all very lightly bumped. The hinges in volumes one and two have been professionally reinforced. Very light, mild foxing throughout. Both Tables are in excellent condition. VERY GOOD. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

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        Commentaries on the Laws of England

      Oxford: Clarendon Press,, 1766-69 & 1771. [Together with:] Tracts chiefly relating to the Antiquities and Laws of England. The Third Edition. 2 works bound as 5 volumes, quarto (273 × 203 mm). Contemporary mottled calf recently rebacked in brown morocco, decorative gilt spines, red and dark green morocco twin labels. 2 engraved tables (1 folding) in volume II. A little wear to corners of bindings, some paper toning and scattered foxing. An attractive set of mixed editions of the Commentaries: first edition of volumes III and IV, second edition of volume I, third edition of volume II; with the third edition of the Tracts. "Blackstone's great work on the laws of England is the extreme example of justification of an existing state of affairs by virtue of its history … Until the Commentaries, the ordinary Englishman had viewed the law as a vast, unintelligible and unfriendly machine... Blackstone's great achievement was to popularize the law and the traditions which had influenced its formation... He takes a delight in describing and defending as the essence of the constitution the often anomalous complexities which had grown into the laws of England over the centuries. But he achieves the astonishing feat of communicating this delight, and this is due to a style which is itself always lucid and graceful" (PMM). Armorial bookplate in each volume of George Manners: possibly the diplomatist (1778-1853) and editor of the Tory journal The Satirist who practised law in London between 1815 and 1819.

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        THE NECESSITY OF REPEALING THE AMERICAN STAMP-ACT DEMONSTRATED: OR, A PROOF THAT GREAT-BRITAIN MUST BE INJURED BY THAT ACT. IN A LETTER TO A MEMBER OF THE BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS

      London, 1766. Modern marbled paper wrappers, laid in. Very good. An important political pamphlet in which the author urges the overturning of the Stamp Act due to the increasingly bitter colonial response. Assuring his readers that the colonists bring no immediate threat of military force, "they are neither able nor desirous to contend with their mother country," he instead warns of the effects on British trade with the colonies. Because of the great expense, he argues, the colonists might either refuse or be unable to continue to support the trade and thusly bring about economic ruin. A British citizen who resided in the colonies for several years, the author cautions, on behalf of the Americans, "they will never consent to enrich us, while they think we oppress them; they will never treat us with the respect due to parent, while they think we treat them as slaves; nor will they carry on a friendly and profitable trade with us, while they think we treat them as aliens, and load them with chains." Adams notes the date of publication as 1765, though the titlepage reads 1766. The pamphlet was reprinted in Boston the next year.

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        Artikel von der Zauberey, Hexerey, Wahrsagerey und dergleichen.

      Österreich, 1766. - 9 Blatt, Rückenfalz, 30 x 20 cm, Gut erhalten. Eine von mindestens 2 Druckvarianten. Der am 5. November 1766 publizierte Erlass stellte die Gesetzgebung in Bezug auf Hexerei und Zauberei auf neue Grundlagen, die die bisher gängige Praxis außer Kraft setzten und Hexenprozesse nahezu unmöglich machte. Hexerei wurde zwar nicht vollends angezweifelt jedoch sehr in Zweifel gezogen und nur angenommen werden dürfe „wo die Vermuthung Statt hat, daß eine erwiesene Unthat, welche nach dem Laufe der Natur von einem Menschen für sich selbst nicht hat bewerkstelligt werden können, mit bedungener Zuthuung und Beistand des Satans aus Verhängniß Gottes geschehen sei."

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