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        Examen Chymique de différentes Substances minérales. Les Vins du Pays-Messin.

      Paris, P. de Lormel. Metz, Joseph Antoine. Marchal 1769 - 2 ouvrages en 1 volume. 1. Examen chimique de différentes substances minérales. Essais sur le Vin, les Pierres, les Bézoards, & d'autres parties d'Histoire Naturelle & de Chymie; Traduction d'une Lettre de Monsieur Lehmann, sur la Mine de Plomb rouge. Par M. Sage. A Paris, De l'Imprimerie de P. de Lormel, 1769 - 251 pages. 2. Mémoire couronné par la Société Royale des Sciences et des Arts de la ville de Metz, dans sa Séance publique du 23 Août 1769, sur cette question : Quelle est la meilleure méthode de faire & de gouverner les Vins du Pays-Messin ? Par M. Mathis, Membre d'une Société de Gens de Lettres à Metz. A Metz, De l'Imprimerie de Joseph Antoine et se vend chez Marchal, 1769 - 60 pages. Reliure plein-veau marbré de l'époque. Dos lisse avec pièce de titre rouge. Tranches rouges. Roulette dorée sur les coupes. Mouillures sur le bas de quelques feuillets. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17x10). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Universal Dictionary of the Marine

      London, 1769. London, 1769. b/w folding plates. 4to. Unpaginated. (About 480 pp.) First edition of Falconer’s great work. Scott 342. Craig p. 15. Adams & Waters 1039. The twelve folding plates are evenly tanned; the text is clean and fresh. Bound in polished calf over marbled boards, with spine label. A collectible copy of an important work.

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        Totius Imperii Russici tabula generalis........

      Berlin 1769. Karte zeigt das gesamte Russland, Auf 2 Platten gedruckt und zusammen gesetzt, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 56 x 126. Zustand: Knickfalten gelättet

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        Le deserteur. Drame en trois actes. Represente par les Comediens Italiens ordinaires du Roi le 6 Mars 1769

      . Paris : Herissant, [1769]. - Partitur. 2 Bll. (Titel, blanco, gedr. Widmung, blanco), 267 S. Fol. Ldr. Goldgepr. Büten. // Full score. Engraved. Fol. Full leather binding. Gilt-lettered raised bands.. Erstausgabe. RISM M 3167. Hirsch II, 609.

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        Underdånig Berättelse om Wester=Norrlands Höfdingedöme til Riksdagen 1769.

      - Anledning til Norrländska åkerbrukets förbättrande. Stockholm, Johan Arvid Carlbohm 1769. 8:o. (4),96,24 s. + 3 tabeller varav en utvikbar. Senare enkelt halvfransktband (1800-tal). Liten skada vid ryggens huvud. Svaga inre falsar, pärmpapper delvis sprucket i fals. Titelblad och förtal med liten bläckfläck i nedre marginalen. 18 x 11 cm.*Enligt lös lapp i boken köpt på Göteborgs Stadsbiblioteks duplett auktion september 1906 ur Tranemålasamlingen. Vilket det enkla bandet talar för. De sista fyra sidorna är tabeller.[#\5594]

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        The History of Vandalia. Containing the Antient and Present State of the Country of Mecklenburg; Its Revolutions under The Vandals, The Venedi, and the Saxons; with Succession and Memorable Actions of its Sovereigns. Vol II

      London : Printed for the Author by Arch Hamilton. And sold by J Nourse; W Owen; W Johnston; E and C Dilley; and J Dodsley, 1769. London : Printed for the Author by Arch Hamilton. And sold by J Nourse; W Owen; W Johnston; E and C Dilley; and J Dodsley, 1769 Vol II only of this work. Nugent completed Vol I and then travelled to Mecklenburg to gather material for a second volume. Free access to ducal archives and opportunities to meet other scholars provided a wealth of material. Comprising Book III - reign of Pribislaus II to Albert I 1329; and Book IV - of the Dukes of Mecklenburg, from Albert I to Henry the Fat, 1329-1423. Complete with 2 full page engravings. Bound in an exceptional contemporary full leather binding with extensive gilt tooling and an intricate star design to boards. Raised bands to spine. The binding has some darkening to the spine, some tenderness at the top of the joint with the front board, and some wear to corners and edges. Marbled endpapers. Aeg. Contents in very good condition - occasional light spotting and some offsetting from the engravings to the text. A lovely volume.

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        1769 Eleazer Wheelock ADS Founder Dartmouth College Indian Missionary Bible

      1769 - Title: Wheelock, Eleazer - Autograph Document Signed (Land Deed) Author: Eleazer Wheelock Publisher: Manuscript, Eleazer Wheelock Place: Massachusetts Bay, New England Year: 1769 , July 11 Description: Land Deed, signed by Wheelock and witnessed by him. Massachusetts Bay New England.sale of land the west side of Charles River as well as that on the East Side of river, referring the privileges to the affairs.of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third by the grace of God, King. (Signed) Hope Lowell, Eleazer Wheelock. Cutout section measuring 2.5x.5 inch. Remnants of wax seal still affixed .Period paper, crisp good condition. Eleazar, Wheelock (1711 ¿ 1779). Founder of Dartmouth College, Minister, orator, educator, Indian missionary. Size: 13x8 inches

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        Letters to the Right Honourable the Earl of Hillsborough, from Governor Bernard, General Gage, and the Honourable His Majesty's Council for the Province of Massachusetts-Bay, with an Appendix containing Divers Proceedings referred to in the said Letters

      (Edes and Gill) / J. Almon, (Boston) / London 1769 - 1769, First UK Edition. 163 pp., (pages 123* and 124* inserted between 122 and 123). Lacks original covers, ads and endpapers. Neatly respined with old binder's tape. Bright, complete contents. HOWES B382, ''cover one and a half years of New England political dissensions.'' Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Anfangsgründe der Geburtshilfe zum Gebrauche seiner Vorlesungen.

      Straßburg, J. G. Bauer, 1769. - 6 mehrf. gef. Kupfertaf., (7 Bl.), 224 S. Pp. d. Zt. (Ecken und Stehkanten etwas bestoßen, Rücken unauffällig restauriert). Erste Ausgabe dieses seltenen Hebammen-Lehrbuches. - SGC II: V, 1082; Blake 162; Wellcome III, 70; Lesky 225; Engelmann 176; Fasbender 249; Freund/Klein, Gesch. der Straßburger Hebammenschule 13. - Dem bedeutenden Werk Georg Albrecht Frieds (ca. 1736-73) liegen die Vorträge seines berühmten Vaters und ersten klinischen Lehrers der Geburtshilfe Johann Jakob F. (1689-1769) zugrunde, die zuvor von Thebesius unter dem Titel 'Hebammenkunst' veröffentlicht wurden. Allerdings erfüllte erst G. A. Frieds Ausgabe, die wichtige Ergänzungen von ihm enthalten, die Anforderungen an ein Hebammenlehrbuch im Sinne J. J. Frieds (vgl. Freund/Klein). - Taf. 1 und 2 zeigen den von J. J. Fried verbesserten Deventer'schen Hebammenstuhl, Taf. 3 das J. J. Fried'sche Geburtsbett, - Taf. 4 die Levret'sche krumme Zange, Taf. 5 verschiedene Werkzeuge wie den Smellie'schen Haken und Kopfschere, den Levret'schen Kopfbohrer etc. - Etwas braunfleckig. Exlibrisaufkleber auf vorderem Innenspiegel, vorderer Vorsatz mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Collection of Original Papers Relative to the History of the Colony of Massachusets-Bay. [Massachusetts]

      Boston, New-England: Thomas and John Fleet, 1769. First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. First edition. Ebenezer Hazard's copy, and later his son Erskine's, with both of their names in ink on the title page. Ebenezer's name shows more oxidation, indicating that his son's name was written later, likely at the time the book was passed down to him. Boards rubbed with tiny chip from spine head, discolored patch on front board, tiny ink stamp on rear endpaper. 1769 Full-Leather. ii, 576 pp. 8vo. A^2, B^8-2O^8. Original full calf, gilt titles & rules. An important copy of a work preserving documents the originals of which are largely lost (see below). This copy belonged to Ebenezer Hazard, who compiled and published the first printed collection of American state papers in a two-volume work released in 1792. He likely used it as a primary reference, as the originals of works reproduced her would no longer have been available at the time he was compiling his work. Sabin 34069: "This collection of papers was published by Lieut.- Gov. Hutchinson, 'to support and elucidate the principal facts related in the first part of the of the History of Massachusetts Bay, and may serve as an appendix to it.' 'The author of that History was possessed of many other ancient and very curious original papers, which are irrecoverably lost by an unfortunate event sufficiently known.' (This alludes to the destruction of his papers by a mob, at the time of the Riots in Boston on account of the Stamp Act, in 1765.)' - Rich. It is sometimes erroneously bound up and lettered as Vol. III. of the 'History.' It is a necessary adjunct to Hutchinson's 'History of Massachusetts Bay'". Howes H-853. Evans 11300. "Ebenezer Hazard (1744-1817, APS 1781) was a publisher, businessman, an editor of historical documents and Postmaster-General of the United States. His two-volume work Historical Collections: Consisting of State Papers and Other Authentic Documents: Intended As Materials for An History of the United States of America (Philadelphia, 1792-1794) was the first published collection of American state papers and historical documents. His duties as surveyor-general of the post office (1777-1782) entailed extensive travel, and he took advantage of the opportunity to collect the documentary evidence and source-materials of early American history. In response to his petition to the Continental Congress on July 11, 1778, he was given permission to copy documents in the Continental archives, as well as a grant of one thousand dollars for expenses. He collected most of these materials before 1782, when he became Postmaster-General. The first two volumes entitled Historical Collections were published in Philadelphia from 1792-1794." - American Philosophical Society

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        Traité de la tactique ou méthode artificielle pour l`ordonnance des troupes. Ouvrage publié et imprimé a Constantinople, par Ibrahim Effendi, Officier Mutteferika de la porte Ottomane. Traduit du turc. (von Karl Emerich Alexander von Reviczky von Revisnye)

      Wien, Trattner (aber wohl Paris), 1769.. Wien, Trattner (aber wohl Paris), 1769.. XLIV, 224 S. Karton d. Zt. Brunet III, 400 (unter Ibrahim, Effendi). Wohl nicht autorisierter französischer Druck des seltenen Werkes. In der innertürkischen Debatte über die Nutzung europäischer Erkenntnisse tat sich Müteferrika, der als einer der ersten nahöstlichen Intellektuellen bei diplomatischen Missionen in unmittelbare Berührung mit den Lebensverhältnissen der Ungläubigen gekommen war, hervor. Seine Schlussfolgerungen aus diesen Begegnungen mit westlicher Zivilisation und Technik legte er in seinem Buch `Usul al-hikam fi nizam al-umam` vor, das 1731 in der von ihm begründeten ersten osmanischen Buchdruckerei erschien. - Titel mit handschriftl. Namenszug von G. Adolph Fleetwood, unbeschnittenes Exemplar.

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        Rang-Liste der Königlichen Preussischen Generalität, Obristen, Obrist-Lieutenants und Majors. Pro Martio 1769. Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier.

      1769.. 67 Blatt. 15 x 10 cm, flexibles Pergament der Zeit mit Einsteckklappe.. Enthält drei Teile mit kalligraphisch gestalteten Titelblättern. Teil 2 betrifft die "Regimenter Infanterie und Cavallerie auch derer dabey befindlichen Generals und übriger Officiers", Teil 3 die "Grenadier-Batallions". - Einband fleckig, alt beschrieben. Einsteckklappe hinterlegt. - Aus den Beständen des Reichsarchivs ausgeschieden, Stempel auf Vorsatz und Titel. - Hervorragende militärgeschichtliche und genealogische Quelle.

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        Letters to the Right Honourable the Earl of Hillsborough, from Governor Bernard, General Gage, and the Honourable His Majesty's Council for the Province of Massachusetts-Bay, with an Appendix containing Divers Proceedings referred to in the said Letters

      (Boston) / London: (Edes and Gill) / J. Almon, 1769 (Boston) / London: (Edes and Gill) / J. Almon. 1769. First UK edition. Paperback. Fine. 1769, First UK Edition. 163 pp., (pages 123* and 124* inserted between 122 and 123). Lacks original covers, ads and endpapers. Neatly respined with old binder's tape. Bright, complete contents. HOWES B382, ''cover one and a half years of New England political dissensions.'' Digital images available upon request.

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        Traite de la tactique ou methode artificielle pour l'ordonnance des troupes. Ouvrage publie et imprime a Constantinople, par Ibrahim Effendi, Officier Mutteferika de la porte Ottomane. Traduit du turc. (von Karl Emerich Alexander von Reviczky von Revisnye).

      Wien, Trattner (aber wohl Paris), 1769.. XLIV, 224 S. Karton d. Zt.. Brunet III, 400 (unter Ibrahim, Effendi). Wohl nicht autorisierter französischer Druck des seltenen Werkes. In der innertürkischen Debatte über die Nutzung europäischer Erkenntnisse tat sich Müteferrika, der als einer der ersten nahöstlichen Intellektuellen bei diplomatischen Missionen in unmittelbare Berührung mit den Lebensverhältnissen der Ungläubigen gekommen war, hervor. Seine Schlussfolgerungen aus diesen Begegnungen mit westlicher Zivilisation und Technik legte er in seinem Buch 'Usul al-hikam fi nizam al-umam' vor, das 1731 in der von ihm begründeten ersten osmanischen Buchdruckerei erschien. - Titel mit handschriftl. Namenszug von G. Adolph Fleetwood, unbeschnittenes Exemplar.

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        Min Son pa Galejan, Eller en Ostindisk Resa, Innehallande Allahanda Bläckhornskram, Samlade pa Skeppet Finland,

      . Som Afseglade ifran Götheborg i Dec. 1769, och aterkom dersammastädes i Jun. 1771. Stockh.: Joh. Christ. Holmberg 1781. 2 vols. 132 + 120 p. + Strödda Anmärkningar Under en utländsk Resa [continuation of "Min Son pa Galejan]. Stockh.: J.C. Holmberg & L.W. 1781. 80 p. Bound in one contp. halfleatherbinding, joints weak. Weakly browning and stained. 1 page nicely restored at the buttom margin (c. 1x2 cm) without loss of text. * Jacob Wallenberg was employed as a priest i Ostindiska Kompagniet, which had monopoly on the Canton-shippingtrade. He made in all 3 journeys to the East Indies and it is the impressions and adventures from these journeys he here is telling in a humorous sense. The book was published after his death only 32 years old, and it is considered a most outstanding work in the 18th century Swedish literature.<br>Bernströms uppl. B. Abesten 169..

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        Der Arzt. Eine medicinische Wochenschrift

      Hamburg, Lüneburg und Leipzig, Berth (neueste von dem Verfasser verbesserte und viel vermehrte Auflage. Zweyter Druck), 1769 (12 Bände in 6 Bänden).. 21 x 13cm, zeitgen. Pappbände mit marmoriertem Bezug, Rückenschild mit goldgeprägtem Titel; Porträtstich von Unzer zu Beginn von Bd. 1, Titelblätter mit schönen jeweils unterschiedlichen Vignetten; 23 Bl., 710 S.; 5 Bl., 708 S.; 3 Bl., 660 S.; 5 Bl., 690 S.; 5 Bl., 690 S.; 5 Bl., 672 S.; 50 Bl. "Vollständiges Register über alle sechs Bände des Arztes". neue verbesserte Auflage der insgesamt 12 Bände umfassenden populärmedizischen Zeitschrift von Unzer (erstmals 1759 erschienen) mit über 300 aufklärerischen, humorvollen und "wissenschaftlichen" Arbeiten zu Medizin, Hygiene, Diätetik: von den "üblen Gewohnheiten bei unsern Gastgeboten" kommt er zu den Modenarrheiten, plaudert über das Kölnische Wasser, kämpft teils erbittert gegen den Alkohol, nimmt in einem späteren Stück aber die Schärfe der Attacke wieder heraus, schreibt über Sterndeutung, Seelenwanderung, Melancholie, Fallsucht u.v.m.. - sehr schöne Reihe!

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        Geschichte des Prinzen Biribinker. Ein Comischer Roman, aus den Schriften des berühmten Herrn Wielands gezogen.

      Ulm, Albrecht Friederich Bartholomäi, 1769.. 2 Bll. 129 S., 1 w. Bl. Hübsche, rotgelb gemusterte Interimskartonage.. Günther/Zeilinger 584. - Seit 1950 kein Exemplar im JbdA. - Erste Einzelausgabe des ersten Kunstmärchens in deutscher Sprache, erschien erstmals 1764 in Don Sylvio. - Kanten des Kartons tls. etwas berieben. Nur wenig fleckiges, recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Aneuroysmatis spurii. Post venae basilicae sectionem orti historia et curatio.

      Nürnberg, Wolfgang Schwarzkopf, 1769.. Klein-4°. 1 n.n. Bl., 46 S. Mit 3 gefalteten teilkolorierten Kupfertafeln. Pappband der Zeit.. Blake 458. - Hirsch VI, 6 (ohne diesen Titel). - Trew (1696-1769) war der berühmteste Medizner Nürnbergs seiner Zeit, Professor und Dekan der Universität. Hirsch erwähnt, dass Trew ca. 137 selbstständige Publikationen veröffentlichte. - Mit gestochenen Exlibris "Conte de Carburi".

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        INSTITUTIONS NEWTONIENNES; OU, INTRODUCTION A LA PHILOSOPHIE DE M. NEWTON.

      Guillyn, Paris 1769 - B&W Illustrations; 7 folding engraved plates on 6 leaves [ the often errant plate 4 is present], Lvi, xlix, [3], 393, [3] pages. 8vo, 198x122 mm, contemporary sheep gilt with morocco lettering piece, spine ends with shallow wear, cover corners worn through, 19th-century Ricasoli-Firidolfi armorial bookplate on title verso (slightly wrinkling the paper). NOTES: Second edition of an introduction to Newtonian mathematics and physics originally published in 1747. Pages 327-59 contain a summary of the author's 1748 prize essay on the effects of attraction on capillary phenomena, "the most successful of Sigorgne's efforts to apply the concept of universal gravitation" (DSB). Babson 112; DSB XII, 430; Wallis 150.001.; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Letter from a Member of Parliament to One of His Constituents, on the Late Proceedings of the House of Commons in the Middlesex Elections. With a Postscript . . . on a Pamphlet entitled, "The Case of the Late Election for the County of Middlesex" [etc.]

      Printed for M. Hingeston, in the Strand [etc.] [four lines], London 1769 - Disbound, else a very good, crisp, untrimmed copy, without the half-title; 86+8 pages A first-rate critique of the House of Commons' attempt to bar John Wilkes from sitting in Parliament, targeting Blackstone directly, both with substantial quotations from his Commentaries and, in the postscript, as the anti-Wilkes "chief Engineer"

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        Belisaire Drame en cinq actes et en vers

      Paris - Chez Lejai, 1769. Paris - Chez Lejai, 1769 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Scarce French play by D&#39;Ozicourt. It is disbound but loose in card covers. Condition: The binding is firm and all pages are attached. It is disbound and loose inside card covers. There is some very mild wear to the covers. Internally the book is generally clean and bright apart from some mild spotting and the odd handling mark. There is some slight worming throughout the book but this does not affect the text..

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        A Discourse Delivered to the Students of the Royal Academy, on the Distribution of the Prizes, Dec. 10, 1790. By the President

      Printed by Thomas Cadell. Printed by Thomas Cadell. First edition.. Wrappers worn and chipped at the corners; stitching gone; some foxing; a sound copy.. NCBEL II, 1176; not in Rothschild. 4to, original marbled wrappers, 31 pages. The final lecture in the series of fifteen Discourses delivered by Reynolds at the Royal Academy between 1769 & 1790. A fine association copy: inscribed on the half-title to ?Gen?l Burgoyne / from the Author.? Just below that is the annotation, in the elegant hand of Peter Mequignon, ?and given by Gen. Burgoyne to / his gratefull and affectionate Servant / Mequignon.? Burgoyne also inscribed the front free endpaper to ?Mr. Mequignon pupil of the royal academy.? The great painter Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792) and the dashing soldier, dramatist and politician John Burgoyne (1722-1792) were immortally linked in 1766 when Reynolds painted the vigorous and romantic portrait of 'Gentleman Johnny' in the scarlet uniform of the 16th Light Dragoons that now hangs in the Frick Collection in New York. By 1791 Burgoyne was far past his military and political activities and was enjoying great success as a playwright. Dublin-born Peter Mequignon (1769-1826) was a student at the School of Painting at the Royal Academy from 1788 to the mid 1790s. He painted portraits and dramatic subjects in London and Dublin but left no mark on the history of art.

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        The History of Vandalia. Containing the Antient and Present State of the Country of Mecklenburg; Its Revolutions under The Vandals, The Venedi, and the Saxons; with Succession and Memorable Actions of its Sovereigns. Vol II

      Printed for the Author by Arch Hamilton. And sold by J Nourse; W Owen; W Johnston; E and C Dilley; and J Dodsley, London 1769 - Vol II only of this work. Nugent completed Vol I and then travelled to Mecklenburg to gather material for a second volume. Free access to ducal archives and opportunities to meet other scholars provided a wealth of material. Comprising Book III - reign of Pribislaus II to Albert I 1329; and Book IV - of the Dukes of Mecklenburg, from Albert I to Henry the Fat, 1329-1423. Complete with 2 full page engravings. Bound in an exceptional contemporary full leather binding with extensive gilt tooling and an intricate star design to boards. Raised bands to spine. The binding has some darkening to the spine, some tenderness at the top of the joint with the front board, and some wear to corners and edges. Marbled endpapers. Aeg. Contents in very good condition - occasional light spotting and some offsetting from the engravings to the text. A lovely volume. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires de l'Académie Royale de Chirurgie.

      Paris, 1761-1769 - 5 vol. in-4 (18 x 25 cm) ; T.I : Paris, P.A. Le Prieur, 1761, XL, 778, (2) pp., front., 20 pl. ; T.II : Paris, P.A. Le Prieur, 1769, XCVII, (7), 612 pp., front., 22 pl. ; T.III : Paris, Delaguette, 1757, (6), 139, (5), 680, (2) pp., front., 19 pl. ; T.IV : Paris, P.A. Le Prieur, 1768, (4), 123, (1), 699, (1) pp., front., 9 pl. (dont 1 pl. dépl. d'instruments non numérotée) ; T. V : Paris, P.Fr. Didot le jeune, 1774, XVI, 928 pp., front., 19 pl. ; pleine basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés, tranches rouges, reliures frottées avec épidermures, intérieur en bon état (quelques pâles rousseurs, rares et petites mouillures marginales), cachet ex-libris (du XVIIIe s.) relativement élégant d'un chirurgien militaire (Salleneuve) sur les pages de titre des 4 premiers volumes. Deuxième édition pour les deux premiers tomes et édition originale pour les trois suivants, en reliure uniforme, de l'ensemble des mémoires publiés par l'Académie Royale de Chirurgie au XVIIIe siècle. Cette Académie fut créée en 1731 par les deux premiers chirurgiens du roi, Mareschal et La Peyronie, qui souhaitaient une institution comparable à l'Académie des Sciences. Elle eut un rayonnement considérable. Ces volumes renferment des mémoires des grands chirurgiens français de l'époque et certains de ces mémoires constituent des pièces majeures dans l'histoire de la chirurgie. Ils sont illustrés de 5 frontispices et de 89 planches de grande qualité. Parmi ces mémoires, on retient avant tout ceux de : - La Peyronie (T.I), sur la maladie à laquelle il laissa son nom (Garrison & Morton, 4163) - Quesnay, sur les plaies de la tête et l'opération du trépan (T.I) - Daviel sur l'extraction de la cataracte (T. II), technique inventée par lui (Garrison & Morton, 5829). Daviel y expose sa technique (extraction extracapsulaire après incision de la cornée) et les résultats (182 succès sur 206 interventions), nettement supérieurs à ceux obtenus avec la méthode traditionnelle par abaissement. Cette publication eut un retentissement considérable, ayant transformé le pronostic fonctionnel des patients atteints de cataracte et souvent alors voués à la cécité. - Le Dran (T.III), sur le cancer, avec la reconnaissance de ses stades évolutifs (Garrison & Morton, 2607) - Louis, sur la bronchotomie (T. IV) et sur les tumeurs fongueuses de la dure-mère (T. V). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Answer to a Pamphlet Entitled, "The Question Stated, Whether The Freeholders of Middlesex forfeited their Right by Voting for Mr. Wilkes at the last Election? In a Letter from a Member of Parliament to one of his Constituents" [etc.]. Not in Eller

      Printed for James Fletcher [and two others] [etc.], London 1769 - Disbound, laid into modern marbled wraps, some foxing and the margins cut somewhat close, a sound copy; 38 pages, without the half title Part of the debate whether John Wilkes should sit in Parliament, the postscript possibly by Blackstone, accused of saying one thing in his 'Commentaries' and another as a Member of Parliament, in Ian Doolittle's words "caught leaden-footed in debate" [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Médecine de l'esprit. Où l'on cherche: le méchanisme du corps qui influe sur les fonctions de l'âme, les causes physiques qui rendent ce méchanisme ou défectueux, ou plus parfait, les moyens qui peuvent l'entretenir dans son état libre et le rectifier lorsqu'il est gêné.

      Paris, Ganeau 1769 - 2 volumes in-12 [165 x 89 mm]. Collation : (2), XX, (4), 543 pp. / (4), 484, (2) pp. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.) Seconde édition. L'auteur a profondément remanié son ouvrage. "J'y ai substitué tout ce que m'a suggéré une expérience acquise depuis vingt-cinq années que cet ouvrage a été composé." Livre qui "a exercé une influence certaine sur ceux qui, à cette époque, se sentaient attirés vers l'étude des phénomènes psychiques." (Semelaigne pp. 63-66). Ex-libris manuscrit de l'époque sur le titre : Pagès. Très petites piqûres de vers sur le caisson inférieur d'un volume. Très bel exemplaire. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        Lettres cabalistiques ou correspondence philosophique, historique et critique, entre deux cabalistes, divers esprits elementaires, & le seigneur Astaroth Nouvelle edition.

      A la Haye Pierre Paupie 1769-1770. 12mo. 7 volumes. Title pages printed inside a decorative border. Bound in full period calf with gilt spines. All text block edges are dyed red. Rubbing and wear is present to the bindings; the outer joints on several volumes are neatly and professionally restored. Volume II is slightly leaning in the binding. The head cap and the bottom panels of the spine to volume III are carefully repaired with some loss of gilding; the spine label to volume III is lacking and the board edges also contain spots of restoration. The interior pages of this set are generally crisp with minimal age-toning, foxing, spotting etc. An occasional minor marginal chip or tiny tear is present. Volume II reveals faint damp staining on the lower inner margins. Volume V contains a short worm track in the upper margins of the first 30 pages; two tiny worm holes (or on some leaves a small worm track) are present in the bottom margins, near the outer corners throughout. Jean-Baptiste de Boyer d'Argens (1704-1771) was a French writer and an opponent of religion. He spent much of his career in the court of Frederick the Great. His "Lettres cabalistiques," similar to his other works, contains anti-religious sentiments (particularly regarding the Jesuits) along with commentaries on the politics, philosophies and manners and customs of his times. He discusses various esoteric topics such as Kabbalah, Freemasonry, The Knights Templar, etc. " le marquis d'Argens se montre, comme du reste dans la plupart de ses ecrits, ennemi declare de la relgione et decrit, d'une facon parfois un peu libre, les travers et les ridicules des diverses confessions, en visant particulierment les Jesuites" [Dorbon-Aine]. [Caillet 1605; Yve-Plessis 868; Casanatense, Bibliotheca Magica 118 and Dorbon-Aine 985 - both listing 1737-38 edition; De Guaita 109 - listing the 1766-67 edition]. Hardcover.

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        Lettres cabalistiques ou correspondence philosophique, historique et critique, entre deux cabalistes, divers esprits elémentaires, & le seigneur Astaroth Nouvelle édition.

      Pierre Paupie 1769-1770, A la Haye - 12mo. 7 volumes. Title pages printed inside a decorative border. Bound in full period calf with gilt spines. All text block edges are dyed red. Rubbing and wear is present to the bindings; the outer joints on several volumes are neatly and professionally restored. Volume II is slightly leaning in the binding. The head cap and the bottom panels of the spine to volume III are carefully repaired with some loss of gilding; the spine label to volume III is lacking and the board edges also contain spots of restoration. The interior pages of this set are generally crisp with minimal age-toning, foxing, spotting etc. An occasional minor marginal chip or tiny tear is present. Volume II reveals faint damp staining on the lower inner margins. Volume V contains a short worm track in the upper margins of the first 30 pages; two tiny worm holes (or on some leaves a small worm track) are present in the bottom margins, near the outer corners throughout. Jean-Baptiste de Boyer d&#146;Argens (1704-1771) was a French writer and an opponent of religion. He spent much of his career in the court of Frederick the Great. His "Lettres cabalistiques," similar to his other works, contains anti-religious sentiments (particularly regarding the Jesuits) along with commentaries on the politics, philosophies and manners and customs of his times. He discusses various esoteric topics such as Kabbalah, Freemasonry, The Knights Templar, etc. " le marquis d'Argens se montre, comme du reste dans la plupart de ses écrits, ennemi déclaré de la relgione et décrit, d'une façon parfois un peu libre, les travers et les ridicules des diverses confessions, en visant particulièrment les Jésuites" [Dorbon-Ainé]. [Caillet 1605; Yve-Plessis 868; Casanatense, Bibliotheca Magica 118 and Dorbon-Ainé 985 &#150; both listing 1737-38 edition; De Guaita 109 &#150; listing the 1766-67 edition]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vite dè pittori, scultori ed architetti genovesi di Raffaello Soprani patrizio genovese. In questa seconda edizione rivedute, accresciute ed arricchite di note da Carlo Giuseppe Ratti, pittore e socio delle Accademie Ligustica e Parmense. Tomo I° e II° (quest'ultimo in continuazione dle primo è scritto dal Ratti).

      Genova, stamp. Casamata dalla cinque Lampadi 1768- 1769. - Volumi due in-8° gr. cm. 25 X 19,5 pp. VII-482-1, e 2 nn. 393 con doppio frontespizio e una ill. all'antiporta, oltre a 55 ritratti incisi n.t. legature in piena pelle coeca con nervature titoi e dorature ai dorsi. Con lievi abrasini alle cuffie. Interni in eccellente stato di conservazione e privi di fioriture. Foglio di guardia in carta marmorizzata con ex libris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of England

      sp;- London - Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, 1769. sp;- London - Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, 1769 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Volume iv of Catharine Macaulay&#39;s scarce The History of England. Bound in calf with gilt lettering and decoration. Thirdedition. Scarce. Volume4 only. Collated complete. Catharine Macaulay (1731-1791) was an English historian. She wrote a History of England from the Accession of James I to the Elevation of the House of Hanover (8volumes, 1763-83), which had great popularity in its day, some critics, e. g. Horace Walpole, placing it above Hume. Macaulay was one of the leading political activists of her day, and was involved in various reforming groups. She was an active supporter of John Wilks during the Wilkesite controversy of the 1760&#39;s and closely associated with the radical Society for the Supporters of the Bill of Rights. Her works were critically acclaimed, financially successful and politically influential in her own period. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The hinges are cracked. There is some wear to the extremities, including bumping and rubbing. Internally the pages are bright and generally clean with the very occasional spot and browning and on the first and last few pages only. There are some tidemarks to some of the page edges, mostly limited to the first and last few pages. There is a small ink signature on the front pastedown. Overall the condition is very good..

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        [Various Acts of Parliament and manuscript notes relating to the Window Tax]

      London: each pamplet printed by Thomas Baskett except 1769 by Mark Baskett, 1747-1769. London: each pamplet printed by Thomas Baskett except 1769 by Mark Baskett, 1747-1769. Quarter calf marbled boards, 4 raised bands, "Daylight Taxation by King Geo 2 &3rd 1746&#39; written in cntemporary hand on rear cover. Scuffed and corners bumped, juvenile ownership inscription and writing on verso of fep and first blank leaf. Octavo, (110 x 163mm). 6 pamphlets (dated 1746,1747,1748 1748,1747,1769) and 18 pages of manuscript notes, pp. [xvi]blank, 94, 8, 3-45, [2]blank, 3-12, 3-13, 3-28, [18], [16]blank. Each pamphlet has its own title pagewith engraved royal arms , and apart from introductory paragraphs and marginal notes, the text are printed in black letter. The window tax - introducd in 1696 was an unpopular tax on windows and arguably a precursor to income tax - the richer the person, the bigger the house, the more windows, the more tax they pay- a way of taxing according to income without intruding into personal finances. Some hold it to be the origin of the phrase &#39; Daylight robbery&#39; . This book contains several mid18th Century parliamentary acts concerning the Window Tax and a few leaves of manuscript notes about the rates and means of collecting the tax, and appeal procedures (possibly written by someone with the onerous task of visiting houses to count their windows and assess them).

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        MARINE, Plan des Formes Baties a Rochefort pour la Construction des Vaisseaux du Roy

      , 1769. 1769. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition. Size: 43.5 x 34 cm. (17 x 13½ inches). This beautiful print, engraved from drawings by the French hydrographer, Bellin, shows a dry dock for the building of &#39;ships of the King&#39; by the Charente River. The print shows in detail the structure of the docks and the mechanics of the locks for flooding and draining the dock. Engraved by Benard.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Theatre de L. B. Picard, de l'Academie Francaise

      (Picard, Louis Baptiste, 1769-1828). Fournier, Edouard. Theatre de L. B. Picard de l'Academie Francaise. Nouvelle edition, precedee d'une biographie de l'auteur par M. Edouard Fournier. Ornee du portrait en pied colorie des principaux acteurs qui ont jou?'original. Paris: Laplace, Sanchez et Cie, 1880. 4to. Original wrappers, glassine. Uncut, xiv, 777pp., and table. Illustrated with 17 hand-colored engraved plates by Follet of characters in the plays of Picard, and a portrait of Picard himself as frontispiece; all full-length. Small tear on cover, l.l., but overall a fine copy. Louis Baptiste Picard (1769-1828) was one of the few successful dramatists of France under Napoleon. After studying law, he became an actor, author and manager. Napoleon found in him an "unquenchable gaiety." Picard excelled in depicting bourgeois and provincial interiors. His play La Petite Ville (1801) went on to England as The Merry Widow. He was founder of the Odeon, second only to the comedie-Francaise in importance. His many comedies show an indebtedness to Beaumarchais, yet stay free from a deeper satire. In 1897 he qualified for the Legion d'Honneur and the French Academy.

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        THE SEATS AND CAUSES OF DISEASES INVESTIGATED BY ANATOMY; In Five Books, Containing a Great Variety Dissections, with Remarks. To Which are Added very Accurate and Copious indexes of the Principal Things and Names Herein Contained. PMM 206. [The Foundation Volume of Pathological Anatomy]

      London: Printed for A. Millar & T. Cadell and Johnson and Payne, 1769. London:: Printed for A. Millar & T. Cadell and Johnson and Payne,, 1769. First Edition in English. Very Good++. THREE VOLUMES. Complete Set. Very Good++ hardback First Edition in English in contemporary marbled boards, modern half leather rebacking and corners. Leather spine label, gilt lettering. Cover edges mild wear. Scattered mild foxing. Owner bookplate vol. I. Not ex library copy. 4to. xxxii, 868; vi, 770; [vi], 604 + Index. A handsome set.

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        The Pleasures of Imagination

      London - J. Dodsley, 1769. London - J. Dodsley, 1769 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Leatherbound volume with marble paper covered boards. Mark Akenside (November 9, 1721 June 23, 1770), was an English poet and physician. During a visit to Morpeth in 1738, he had the idea for his didactic poem, &#39;The Pleasures of Imagination&#39;, which was well received, and was subsequently translated into more than one foreign language. He had already acquired a considerable literary reputation when he came to Londonnear the end of 1743 and offered the work to Robert Dodsley for 120. Dodsley thought the price exorbitant, and only accepted the terms after submitting the manuscript to Alexander Pope, who assured him that this was no everyday writer. The three books of this poem appeared in January 1744. His aim, Akenside tells us in the preface, was not so much to give formal precepts, or enter into the way of direct argumentation, as, by exhibiting the most engaging prospects of nature, to enlarge and harmonize the imagination, and by that means insensibly dispose the minds of men to a similar taste and habit of thinking in religion, morals and civil life. Condition: The binding is tight and firm with both covers and all pages attached although the front hinge is strained and the leather is cracked. There is some wear to the extremities including rubbing to the boards and some peeling to the leather on the spine. The spine label is beginning to peel away. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright with the occasional handling mark and isolated spot. Overall the volume is in very good condition..

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        Beschreibung der Königlichen Residenzstädte Berlin und Potsdam und aller daselbst befindlicher Merkwürdigkeiten.

      Berlin, Friedrich Nicolai, 1769.. 3 Bll, XIV, 622 S., 9 Bll. (Reg.). Halbleder der Zeit auf 5 Bünden. Erstausgabe. Kl. 8°.. "Nebst einem Anhange, enthaltend die Leben aller Künstler, die seit Churfürst Friedrich Wilhelms des Großen Zeiten in Berlin gelebt haben, oder deren Kunstwerke daselbst befindlich sind." Die üblichen Altersspuren, allerdings etwas stärker berieben und bestoßen, besonders der Rücken, der auch einige Fehlstellen aufweist, auch das Rückenschild ist beeinträchtigt. NUR innen in gutem Zustand! Siehe Foto. Es fehlen die zwei gestochenen Pläne. Buchmarke auf dem vorderen festem Vorsatz, von Harrwitz, Berlin.. Siehe Foto.

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        Geschichte des Prinzen Biribinker. Ein Comischer Roman, aus den Schriften des berühmten Herrn Wielands gezogen

      Ulm, Albrecht Friederich Bartholom? 1769.. Ulm, Albrecht Friederich Bartholomäi, 1769.. 2 Bll. 129 S., 1 w. Bl. Hübsche, rotgelb gemusterte Interimskartonage. Günther/Zeilinger 584. - Seit 1950 kein Exemplar im JbdA. - Erste Einzelausgabe des ersten Kunstmärchens in deutscher Sprache, erschien erstmals 1764 in Don Sylvio. - Kanten des Kartons tls. etwas berieben. Nur wenig fleckiges, recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Mechanick Dialling; Or the New Art of Shadows, Freed from the Many Obscurities, Superfluities and Errors of Former Writers on this Subject

      G.Pearch, Cheapside, London. 1769 - A copy of a rare title rebound in half calf and marbled paper. Pages show some spotting and foxing. 148 pages with 12 plates. "The Whole laid down after so plain a method, that any Person (tho' a Stranger to the Art) With a Pair of Compasses and a Common Ruler only, May make a Dial upon any Plane for any Place in the World, as well as those who have attained to the greatest Knowledge and Perfection in the Mathematics. Illustrated with many Copper Plates, And Examples of Dials for London, Exeter, Bristol, Worcester, Oxford, Cambridge, Norwich, Lincoln, Chester, Liverpool, York, Newcastle upon Tyne, Durham, Edinburgh, Dublin, &c. To which are added, 1. A collection of above 300 Mottos in Latin and English. 2. A New and Correct Alphabetical Table of the most eminent Cities and Towns in the World; shewing the Elevation of the Pole, and the Difference of their Meridians from London. 3. The best and most approved Methods of Painting Sun Dials. A work not only useful for Artificers, but very entertaining for Gentlemen, and those Students at the Universities, that would understand Dialling, without the Fatigue of going through a Course of Mathematics. A NEW EDITION; not only very much improved by the Addition of the New Star-Dial. &c. but is the only Book upon the Subject that has been adapted to the NEW STILE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Augusta liberata. Melodrama.

      [Dillingen], Johann Leonhard Brönner, 1769.. (64) SS. Mit einigen Zierstücken in Holzschnitt. Halbpergamentband um 1880. Folio.. Einzige Ausgabe. Durchgehend zweisprachig im lateinisch-deutschen Paralleltext: "La trad. en vers allemands en regard. - La dedic. est signee: 'Societas Jesu quae Dilingae est'" (de Backer/S.). Gewidmet Clemens Wenzel von Sachsen, Erzbischof von Trier. - Papierbedingt durchgehend etwas gebräunt; gegen Ende auch fleckig und mit Wurmspur im Text. Selten; nur 5 Exemplare in Bibliotheken nachweisbar (BSB, UB München, UB Augsburg, Dillingen, Univ. of Michigan). - De Backer/Sommervogel III, 82, 369. OCLC 36376093.

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        Miscellaneous Works in Verse and Prose, of the Late Right Honourable Joseph AddisonIn Four Volumes

      Edinburgh - J. Robertson, 1769. Edinburgh - J. Robertson, 1769 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce set ofuniformly bound anthologies containing the works of poet and playwright Joseph Addison. Including an account of the life and writings of the author by Mr Tickell. Bound to volume three isThree sets of Medals, Illustrated by the Ancient Poets which includes thirty plates, one of which is folding. Collation presumed complete. As well as The Present State of the War and the Necessity of an Augmentation Considered. Joseph Addison was an English essayist, poet, playwright and politician. He was a man of letters, eldest son of Lancelot Addison. His name is usually remembered alongside that of his long-standing friend, Richard Steele, with whom he founded The Spectator magazine. Volume two contains Addison&#39;s most famous work of fiction Cato, a Tragedy. The play was a success throughout Britain and its possessions in the New World, as well as Ireland. It continued to grow in popularity, especially in the American colonies, for several generations. Indeed, it was almost certainly a literary inspiration for the American Revolution, being well known to many of the Founding Fathers. In fact, George Washington had it performed for the Continental Army while they were encamped at Valley Forge. Among the founders, according to John J. Miller, no single work of literature may have been more important than Cato. Complete in four volumes. Condition: In vellum bindings with gilt numbering to the spines. Externally, all are a trifle rubbed with shelfwear to the head and tail of spines. Volume two has a different works spine label. Joints to volume two are starting, with the front hinges of volumes one and three being slightly strained but firm. Internally, all are firmly bound, pages have some marginal age toning, with intermittently clean pages, and the occasional spot. Overall: GOOD..

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        Poema Tograi. Ex versione Latina Jacobi Golii, cum scholiis et notis. Curante H. van der Sloot.

      Franeker, Willem Coulon, 1769.. 17, (1), 174 pp. Moderner Lederband. Kopfrotschnitt. 4to.. Das Gedicht "Lamiyat al-Agam" von al-Hasan Ibn-Ali at-Tugrai (ca. 1061-1121) im arabischen Originaltext mit lateinischer Übersetzung und reichem Kommentar. "The 'Lamiyat al-'Agam', a famous poem by At-Tograi [...] It was first edited by Golius together with the Sentences of Ali in 1629. This is the first [edition] accompanied by Arabic scholia, and also the first readily available edition containing Golius' translation: Anchersen's edition of 1707, which published this translation for the first time, was lost at sea except for six copies" (Smitskamp). - Kleine Quetschfalten, kaum fleckig. Unten unbeschnitten. - GAL I, S. 247. Smitskamp 318. Schnurrer 200. Brunet V, 875. Ebert 23021.

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        A regular English syntax. Wherein is exhibited, the whole variety of English contruction . To which is added, the elegant manner of arranging words, and members of sentences . A new edition

      G. Keith, J. Johnson, and J. Payne [et al.], London 1769 - Second edition (the first appeared in 1767), 12mo, pp. xxxiv, [2], 237, [3] ads; contemporary full calf, gilt fillets on spine; light wear; a very good, sound copy. Buchanan also published Linguae Britannicae (1757), A British Grammar, first published in London in 1762, and other philological works, 1753-73. Alston I, 280 (locating only the Oxford, Pennsylvania, and Virginia copies); OCLC and ESTC add Michigan. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "A regular English syntax. Wherein is exhibited, the whole variety of English contruction ... To which is added, the elegant manner of arranging words, and members of sentences ... A new edition"

      London: "G. Keith, J. Johnson, and J. Payne [et al.]", 1769. London: "G. Keith, J. Johnson, and J. Payne [et al.]". 1769. "Second edition (the first appeared in 1767), 12mo, pp. xxxiv, [2], 237, [3] ads; contemporary full calf, gilt fillets on spine; light wear; a very good, sound copy. & & Buchanan also published Linguae Britannicae (1757), A British Grammar, first published in London in 1762, and other philological works, 1753-73. & & Alston I, 280 (locating only the Oxford, Pennsylvania, and Virginia copies); OCLC and ESTC add Michigan. "

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        Camahnes des Francais sous le Consulat & Empire Album..Portrait de Napoleon I,..Carle Vernet,,

      Paris ca. 1769. Buch zeigt auf 52 großformatigen Tafeln der Napoleanischen Kriege mit Ansichten von Berlin, Danzig, Dresden, Preuß. Eylau, Regensburg, Ulm, Wien, ferner Madrid, Turin, Neapel, Venedig, Moskau etc., auf 5 Tafeln die Portraits wichtiger Feldherren, Gr.Fol., Einband geprägt auf Hartkarton, Kupferstich, 48 x 32. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        St. Petersburgischer Calender auf das Jahr nach Christi Geburth (..) gerichtet auf die vornehmste (!) Orte des Rußischen Reichs. Sammelband mit 6 Bänden der Reihe.

      Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften., Sankt Petersburg 1769-1802. ca. 600 S., 8°, Pappband der Zeit, etwas bestossen und beschabt, gestempelt, teils etwas fleckig und knitterspurig, nur gering gebräunt.. Enthält die Kalender für die Jahre 1769, 1781, 1790, 1799, 1800 und 1802 und bringt jeweils das Kalendarium, in den Bänden ab 1781 auch ein Verzeichnis der Städte mit Entfernungsangabe sowie wichtige Ereignisse der letzten Jahre. Der Kalender erschien nur bis 1808. - Volume with a rare collecton of six Russian Imperial Calendars for years 1769 to 1802, bound in one. Contains the Russian calendar, a list of Russian cities and short genealogies. - Cardboard of the time. - Chafing and bumping, library stamps, some creases and browning, very good.(L0903)

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        TABULAE ANATOMICAE CLARISSIMI VIRI BARTHOLOMAEI EUSTACHII QUAS A TENEBRIS TANDEM VINDICATAS ... PRAEFATIONE, NOTISQUE ILLUSTRAVIT ... JOH. MARIA LANCISIUS ... ACCEDUNT EPISTOLAE CELEBERRRIMI JOANNIS BAPTISTAE MORGAGNI, ATQUE ALIORUM PRAESTANTISSIMORUM AUTHORUM [...]

      VENETIIS, TYPIS BARTHOLOMAEI LOCATELLI, 1769ITALIANO Legatura in mezza pelle coeva con titolo calligrafico coevo al dorso; ex - libris alla sguardia dell';antiporta; 4 ex - libris, di cui 3 Piergiorgio Borio. Ritratto del Lancisi in antiporta, frontespizio con vignetta incisa in rame + [5] cc.nn., XVI pp., 34 pp. a doppia colonna, [5] cc.nn., 21 tavole fuori testo, [1] c.b. Quarta edizione dopo quella del 1714, anno nel quale vennero scoperte le celebri tavole anatomiche dell';Eustachio. Choulant e Garrison Morton sono concordi nel ritenere che se le tavole fossero state pubblicate all'; epoca della stesura, nel 1552, l';Eustachio avrebbe avuto il primato, assieme al Vesalio, di cofondatore dell';anatomia moderna. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Cris de Paris Dessinés d'après Nature

      - Paris: chez l'Auteur, [1769-1775]. 12 parts in one, 8vo. Engraved title and 72 engraved plates. Expertly bound to style in period mottled calf, spine gilt, period marbled endpapers. Rare complete suite featuring the cries of the street tradesmen and women of Paris. The first book of engravings is dated 1769, the third through the eighth are dated 1774, and the remaining 1775. Jean-Frédéric Bignon (1747-1784), to whom this book was dedicated and whose arms are depicted on the title, was member of the Académie des Inscriptions and in charge of the king's library. Cohen-de Ricci 812; Colas 2405; Hiler p. 715. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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