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        The Ladies New Dispensatory and Family Physician

      Johnson and Payne 1769 - Johnson and Payne, London, 1769 , pp [2], ii, 156, engraved pseudo classical vignette on title page, bound in contemporary sheep, spine a little chipped, upper board detached, a sound clean copy, FIRST EDITION; a collection of herbal remedies for use of women and their families. Johnson and Payne were publishers specifically aimed at the growing female market in books at the end of the 18th Century. In the three pages of advertisements at the end, included in the pagination, they give rather full accounts of some of their recent publications, quoting extensively from the Critical Review three new novels aimed specifically at women. 1 volume. Binding: contemporary sheep, spine a little chipped, upper board detached, a sound clean copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Natuurkundige Verlustigingen, behelzende Microscopise Waarneemingen van In- en Uitlandse Water- en Land-Dieren

      Haarlem: J. Bosch, (1769-)1778. (4),(8),166, 18 hand-col engraved plates. Hardback. 4to, cont. half calf, rebacked and with new corners in morroco, orig. calf backstrip (with gilt tooling), laid down (with some loss at top/bottom), marbled boards, new marbled endpapers. Marginal tear to final text leaf neatly repaired. Vg clean copy with wide margins. First edition. Rare and important work giving microscopical observations on marine and other invertebrates. The complete work, issued over 9 years (1769-1778) in 18 parts, each with a fine hand-coloured copperplate by R. Muys after P.M. Brasser, or M. Slabber, each part with a dedication leaf. [Landwehr, 187; Nissen ZBI, 3861]

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        Contes philosophiques et moraux

      Nouvelle éditionbindings en plein veau brun marbré d'époque. spine lisse orné. Pièces de titres et de tomaisons en maroquin rouge. Un coin émoussé. Frottements. Bel exemplaire. Chez Delalain A Londreset se trouve àParis 1769 in-12 (9,5x17cm) xx, 300pp. et (4) 307pp. et (4) 334pp. 3 volumes reliés

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        Les Graces

      Laurent Prault et Bailly. First illustrated edition, with title page by Moreau le Jeune, frontispiece by Simonet after Boucher, and 5 illustrations by Moreau le Jeune engraved by Massard, De Longueil, De Launay and Simonet.Contemporary green morocco, spine richly gilt with compartments, fleurons and fillets, as well as a red morocco title piece. Boards with triple gilt fillets and gilt fleurons at corners. Pink guards and endpapers, geometric gilt roulette frame to pastedowns. All edges gilt. Modern slipcase. Ink ex libris to one endpaper: Du Comte Charles Caissotti de ChiusanA superb copy. Laurent Prault et Bailly Paris 1769 in-8 (14x21cm) (2) viij ; 327pp. (8) relié sous étui

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         Description générale, historique, géographique et physique de la colonie de Surinam contenant ce qu'il y a de plus curieux & de plus remarquable, touchant sa situation, ses rivières, ses forteresses; son Gouvernement & sa Police; avec les moeurs & les usages des Habitants Naturels du pays, & des Européens qui y sont établis; ainsi que des éclaircissements sur l'Économie générale des Esclaves Nègres, sur les plantations & leurs produits, les arbres fruitiers, les plantes médicinales & toutes les diverses espèces d'animaux qu'on y trouve, &c.

      Amsterdam, E. van Harrevelt, 1769, 2 tomes in 8°, de XXIV-252pp. et 2ff. 352pp., ill. d'une très grande carte se dépl. et 3 planches se dépl. (un esquif ou "Tent Boote", un moulin à eau et un moulin à bête), rel. en 1 vol. pl. veau marbré époque, dos orné, qq. infimes rousseurs en marge sinon bel exemplaire. (Ex-libris gravé 18e Dr. Lud. Hieron. Raussin Med Univ. de Reims, célèbre bibliophile plusieurs fois Doyen de la Faculté de Reims) Edition originale de la description détaillée de la colonie du Surinam ou Guyane hollandaise, "traitée avec beaucoup d'étendue et d'intelligence" selon Boucher de la Richarderie (VI, pp. 256-57). L'auteur, médecin hollandais, s'embarque en 1754 et séjourna près de 10 ans au Suriname. Il dépeint avec grande exactitude la colonie néerlandaise, avec d'importantes considérations sur les esclaves, leur condition, leurs moeurs et «la manière de bien les gouverner». Ses connaissances en histoire naturelle lui permirent de collecter d'intéressantes observations : plantations (avec une liste des établissements de la région), arbres fruitiers, plantes médicinales, faune, industrie (sucre, café, coton). ¶ Leclerc 1519 "Ouvrage exact et donnant des renseignements précieux sur le climat de la colonie néerlandaise" - Chadenat 1342 "Un des meilleurs ouvrages sur la Guyane Hollandaise" - Sabin 24112 "One of the best books, at the time it was written, in regard to the colonies" - Tiele biblio. 356.

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        Histoire d'Angleterre, contenant la maison de Plantagenet ; contenant la maison de Tudor ; contenant la maison de Stuart

      S.n.. New edition, and probably the first in-4 that brings together three stories published between 1760 and 1765.Traduction Ms. Belot, described by the author himself. Full sheepskin marbled time. Back to nerves decorated with nets. Piece blue morocco title and volume number of brown morocco. Scuffs in caps tail of six volumes. Some gaps on the boards, due to galleries and to the last nerve of Volume I. Border lower flat bare half a cm. Good copy, however, very fresh. The History of England is undoubtedly the most popular work and was a great success of the philosopher David Hume, the father of philosophical empiricism and its importance in the history of philosophy is the measure of Descartes France. The story could not but interest the philosopher effect since it is an unparalleled amount of experience, as such, it is a must for those seeking knowledge; the historian is an empiricist, since can not simply perceive the causal links between facts and events, it is constrained in its vision to design a movement. However, for Hume, there is no way to conceptualize the history and structure typically follows the chronology of events, it is a story provided detailed and England, which extends from the arrival of the Romans in Revolution of 1688; it is divided into three historic and dynastic contemporary: the house of Plantagenet, the Stuarts and the Tudors. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! S.n. à Amsterdam 1769 6 tomes en 6 Vol. in-4(19x25,5cm) relié

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        Supplément à la bibliographie instructive ou Catalogue des livres du cabinet de feu M. Louis Jean Gaignat.

      Paris, Guillaume François de Bure, 1769. ____ Première édition. A la mort du bibliophile Louis Jean Gaignat, Guillaume François de Bure fit paraître, en supplément à sa bibliographie instructive, ce catalogue, décrivant l'une des collections les plus précieuses du XVIIIe siècle, réputée pour la perfection de ses exemplaires, et contenant plus de 3500 ouvrages. De Bure, qui avait commencé ce travail dès 1765, corrigea et augmenta certaines notices pour cette publication. Les prix d'adjudication ont été à l'époque notés à la plume en marge. Relié à la suite : - Bibliographie instructive, tome dixième contenant une table destinée à faciliter la recherche des livres anonymes qui ont été annoncés par M. de Bure le jeune dans sa Bibliographie instructive et dans le Catalogue de M. Gaignat, et à suppléer à tout ce qui a été omis dans les tables de ces deux ouvrages, précédée d'un discours sur la science bibliographique et sur les devoirs du bibliographe. Précédée d'un discours sur la science bibliographique & sur les devoirs du bibliographe... Paris, Gogué, Née de La Rochelle, 1782. Volume rédigé par Née de La Rochelle. Coiffes abîmées. *****. 2 volumes in-8. Collation : XXXIX, (1), 621 / 491, (1), 166, (2) pp. Demi-basane brune, dos à nerfs orné, tranches mouchetées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Autograph letter to Le Chevalier de Rossel, director of the Dépôt des Cartes of the Paris Académie des Sciences]. [Paris, 1818?]. 4to (23 x 18.5 cm) Letter in black ink on laid paper, in Humboldt's somewhat cramped but still legible hand. Formerly folded for posting, with the address written on the otherwise blank final page and with traces of a paper seal.

      - An autograph letter, signed, from the great German naturalist and geographer Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) to Vice Admiral Elisabeth Paul Edouard Chevalier de Rossel (1765-1829), director of the Paris Académie des Science's Dépôt des Cartes and himself a distinguished cartographer. Humbolt asks his permission to borrow the new Spanish chart of the estuary of the Rio Magdalena, east of Carthagena in South America, because he was correcting proofs of his own map of the region, engraved for him by (Ambroise) Tardieu ("helas! pour 3000 francs"). This is map no. 24 in his Atlas géographique et physiques des régiones equinoxiales de Nouveau Continent, published in the years 1814 to 1834. He wished to keep the Dépôt's map for two or three days. Formerly folded for posting and with a few small marginal spots, but further in fine condition.

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        Tractatus de morbis mulierum Joanne Astruc Ex officina Vincentii Ursini 1769

      1769. Opera assai rara e ricercata             Tractatus de morbis mulierum; quo praxi certiori et experientiis comprobata, solida ac nova theoria  exponitur accedit catalogus chronologicus medicorum, quorum scripta de his morbis extant Autore Joanne Astruc Pubblicato in Napoli Ex officina Vincentii Ursini nel 1769 Formato in 8°  Dimensioni cm 19 (L) x 24 (H) Pagine 350 + 2 tavole Una delle opere più importanti del celebre medico francese che fu professore di anatomia a Parigi              

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        Juicio Imparcial sobre las Letras, en forma de breve que ha publicado la Curia Romana, en que se intentan derogar ciertos Edictos del Serenísimo señor Infante Duque de Parma y disputarle la Soberanía temporal con este pretexto

      Joachim de Ibarra - Madrid, 1769 en las oficinas de Joachim de Ibarra. 4 hjs.+ 337 pgs. + Apendice de documentos al Juicio Imparcial sobre el Monitorio de Roma publicado contra las regalias de Parma,1769, + 3 hjs. + 48 pgs. Encuadernado en plena piel de época con nervios, tejuelos y adornos dorados en el lomo. Excelente ejemplar con papel muy blanco y amplios márgenes. En hojas uno dos y tres tiene escrito con tinta la cifra 2048 con números pequeños. La encuadernación presenta un pequeño deterioro al pié y en las puntas inferiores. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Doctrinae Particularum Linguae Graecae

      ex typographeo Dammeano. First Edition. Rare. Engraved title page with vignette of printer (a hive and bees). Beautiful well printed on fine laid paper edition. The copy was justified by the original signature of the author. The copy carries a front page above the half-title price, we find the same currency as the binder, the book seems to have been offered by the university or school in Harlem, Van Laar Bernardo in 1799 for a first prize of letters, and appears under the hand of several professors. Full mottled calf time. Binding emblem (Athena - or under - with its attributes reading a book under a tree on his shield: a sword topped the Maltese cross, all flanked by 4 stars) and currency vicit Vim Virtus hit on the boards. Spine ribbed ornate décor of foliage and flowers intertwined. Wide frieze border on covers. Part of title in red morocco. Traces of laces. Smear on the back, but nice copy. Exhaustive study of ancient Greek and peculiarities. Many passages in Greek. Note that among the subscribers of this edition include Benjamin Franklin. Label librairire (A Durand in Paris), a buffer of the diocesan library Valencia, a stamp in the name of ET Hannion, chaplain at Imperial High School Bar-Le-Duc. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! ex typographeo Dammeano Leyde 1769 Un Vol. très fort in-4 (23x28cm) (66) 1338pp. (94) relié

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        Stirpium Austriacarum. Pars I [-II]

      Vienna: J.P. Kraus, 1769. 2 vols: xii, 508, [4], 18 engraved plates (17 folding), 8 engraved title vignettes, 6 engraved dedications. Qtr. cloth. Qtr. roan, gilt spines (rubbed), marbled boards (rubbed, scuffed and worn at corners); 248x185mm; some browning and spotting to text. Blind stamp to title (E. Lopez de Silva, Madrid) Early flora of plants growing around Vienna, Austria. Crantz (1722-1799) was professor of botany at Vienna. First complete edition. Each volume consists of 3 fascicles. The first Edition comprised fasc. 1-3 only (1762-67). Part 1 (fasc. 1-3) here is "Edito Altera Aucta". Hunt 603

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        Relación del Viage... al descubrimento del estrecho nuevo de San Vicente, que hoy es nombrado de Maire, y reconocimiento del de Magallanes...

      Cadiz: Manuel Espinosa, 1766 or, 1769. Small quarto, with a folding map; contemporary limp vellum, spine lettered by hand. Second edition, itself very scarce while the first edition has traditionally been seen as almost unfindable. 'This was the first circumnavigation of Tierra del Fuego. The whole voyage, out and back, had taken only nine months and twelve days: 'a period which, in the present state of navigation, would be reckoned very short for the performance of such a voyage, and was then unprecedented' (Burney) - many a Dutch and English ship took longer just to reach Cabo Virgines. The ships had never once separated, and except for one man hanged at Rio for plotting mutiny, there was not a single death. Rapid as the voyage was, it was not scamped; the Nodals brought back careful and clear sailing instructions, and paid unusual attention to tidal observations. Their conduct of the voyage was indeed a model of decision and efficiency; but they fell victims to the general slackness which was creeping over Spanish naval affairs: the Spain of Philip III was not that of Philip II' (Spate II, p. 26).This second edition has traditionally been the first procurable edition of this important book as the 1621 printing, notoriously difficult to find, was a famous rarity even in the 1860s when Sabin described it as "one of the rarest books of its class". The Hill catalogue (which surprisingly does not note this second edition) called it "one of the rarest books on voyages of the 17th century", and even Streeter had to settle for an incomplete copy. The first edition has almost never appeared complete on the market in modern times.The second part is new to this edition: separately paginated, it has its own title-page (Instruccion exacta, y util de las derrotas, y navegaciones, que se executan en todos tiempos en la America Septentrional... Sacala a luz D. Manuel de Echevelar... Año de 1753. Con Licencia: en Cadiz en la Real Imprenta de Marina, Calle de San Francisco).This landmark voyage of Pacific discovery cleared the way for future Spanish approaches to the Straits of Magellan and beyond. The voyage came about as the Spanish reflex reaction to the Dutch discovery of the Le Maire Strait (called San Vicente by the Spanish); it had been discovered by Le Maire and Schouten during their 1616 voyage in search of the Southern Continent. The Dutch success alarmed the Spanish - but they were also interested in a safer means of passage into the South Sea; they therefore sent out two caravels under the command of the Nodal brothers, to report on the Le Maire and Schouten discoveries. In excellent condition in original binding.

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        Lettres Chérakéesiennes mises en François de la traduction Italienne. Par J.J. Rufus, Sauvage Européen.

      Rome: de l'Imprimerie du Sacré Collége de la Propagande... , 1769. Octavo, bookplate with coat-of-arms; an appealing copy in original quarter sheep and plain grey boards, First edition, based on the Lettres Iroquoises of 1752: a wonderful imaginary voyage, and a rare example of such a tale told from the perspective of a visitor to Europe, in this case a Native American Iroquois.Maubert de Gouvest (1721-1767) was a diverse and prolific French writer, known for his irreverent style, and for a vast oeuvre which often appears both anonymously and under fictitious imprints. This text is a wonderful example. Originally published as Lettres Iroquoises in 1752, the Lettres Chérakéesiennes reprints and revises thirty-six of the original text's forty-three letters with a new title and the marvellous fake Roman imprint and papal imprimatur "par Ordre en forme de Brevêt de sa Sainteté Clement XIII" - a particularly good joke as Pope Clement had only recently put D'Alembert and Diderot on the Index for their contributions to the Encyclopédie.Throughout, the text is a thinly veiled attack on French society, as the Iroquois "Igli" dissects French religion and society. While Igli's letters to his chief express wonder and pleasure at his visit to Europe, they also highlight the oddity of many French customs, particularly regarding religion and law. Confronted with this, Igli often appeals to the 'Great Spirit' as an infallible guide - something which he sees as sadly lacking amongst the Europeans.With the bookplate of the Duc de Richelieu. Some wear at spine.

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        The History of England from the Accession of James I to the Elevation of the House of Hanover Edit III (in 4 volumes)

      London: Edward And Charles Dilly. Good with no dust jacket. 1769. Third Edition. Hardcover. xxii, 420; viii, 498 pp; [viii], 443;[iv], 409, [ii] pp. Appendix. Frontis plate. Full leather with rebacked spines. Vol. I has a frontis engraved portrait of Catharine Macaulay. 1st few pages bit browned with some chipping at the edges, Vol. III the last leaf is coming away at the top gutter; Vol. IV has a few pages with a small bit of humidity staining at outer edges, first leaf cracked at top gutter. Binding is strong, leather boards are bit rubbed and worn, relatively modern rebacking with some wear, gilt titles very bright. This is the first 4 volumes of Edition III all published in 1769. An additional volume was eventually published in 1772. Catharine Macaulay became the "celebrated" after the publication of her History of England. She battled with Edmund Burke, was attacked by Catholics, hated Cromwell and was at first beloved by the Whigs but then attacked by them. Although she never took up feminism, she was nevertheless an early and successful historian who also happened to be female. Her work is relatively hard to find. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Totius Imperii Russici tabula generalis.

      Artist: Büsching AF ; issued in : Berlin; date: 1769 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Folds smoothed; size (in cm): 56 x 126 - description: Map shows total Russia

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        Tracts on Practical Agriculture and Gardening. In which the advantage of imitating the garden culture in the field is fully proved, by seven years course of experiments.

      Printed by S. Hooper, London 1769 - , [6], xxiv, 278 pages, A Catalogue of English Authors who have wrote on Husbandry, Gardening, Botany and Subjects relative thereto, title page, 70 pages. [22] letter from the author, errata and catalogue of the authors. Once owned by Philip Gell of Hopton hall. First Edition , small pieces missing from top and tail of spine, wear to edges and corners of boards, name plate on front paste down, front endpaper folded, very little foxing to pages, good condition. , full calf, five raised bands on spine, gilt pattern to board edges. , octavo, 21 cm x 13 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Collection of five views of Russian and Siberian Cities].

      Imp. Akad. Nauk Skt. Peterburg -1771 1769 - Five views on four sheets, including Vue de la ville de Kokchajsk du côté de la Wolga (34 x 43 cm; sheet 49 x 59 cm); Vue de la ville de Sinbirsk au nord-est (35 x 45 cm; sheet 48.5 x 60 cm); Vue de la ville de Mangasei, Vue de la ville de Kousneszk (two views on one plate 49 x 36 cm; sheet 59.5 x 48.5 cm); Vue de la ville de Pénze sur la Soura du côté du nord-est (19.5 x 45 cm; sheet 24.5 x 59.5 cm), with captions in Russian and French, printed on Dutch handmade paper watermarked C & I Honig IV; central fold, scratches to surface and spotting to Vue de la ville de Kousneszk. A collection of the earliest views of the Russian cities on the Volga river and in Siberia engraved by Russian masters. These views are part of the series that included in total 34 prints. Their publication spanned almost forty years from the creation of the first drawings until the issue of the prints, and involved in the process seven artists and twelve Russian engravers. The cities perspectives were drawn on the spot between 1733 and 1766 during two great expeditions; the originals were later corrected and re-worked from 1748 to 1768 before being printed at the Academy from 1769 to 1771. The view of Mangazey offered here and of other Siberian cities from this series are based on the drawings made during the Great Northern Expedition (1733–1743) sent on the order of the Empress Anna Ioanovna. Under the leadership of Vitus Bering the expedition had to map the eastern reaches of Siberia, and if possible to continue onto the western shores of North America to explore and map them as well. The views of towns encountered on the way, including Novgorod, Tver, Kazan, Tobolsk and Yakutsk were drawn by the expedition artists J.C. Berckhan and J.W. Lursenius, who completed twenty eight cities prospects. The delays in passing the drawings to the Engraving Chamber and disruptions in the engraving process meant the engraving plates were not finished until 1771. The twelve views of the cities in the European part of Russia, including Kokshaysk, Sinbirsk, Kuznetsk and Penza offered here, are based on the original drawings by Alexandr Ivanovich Svechin (end of 1720s – 1796). The colonel and artist headed the expedition to the Volga region in 1765 organised on the order of Catherine the Great to investigate oak forests in the Kazan province and potential of timber supply for the construction of Russia's naval fleet. With the help of a 'camera obscura' Svechin produced during this trip twenty-eight drawings, including fourteen views of the cities on the Volga river which Makhaev had to review following Catherine II's wish. The result of Makhaev's efforts was twelve amended versions of the cities prospects in which the artist corrected perspective inaccuracies and unified the composition. In December 1768 the drawings were finally sent to the Engraving Chamber of the Academy of Sciences. The engraved plates were sold individually and are exceptionally rare. We were able to trace only two copies comprising all 34 views, both in Russia – in the collections of the State Hermitage Museum and the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. Outside Russia the collection of these views was found only in the Eton library, where the copy, in a modern binding, is lacking one plate. ????????? ? ? «???????? ?????????? ? ????????? ???????». ????? ?????? XVIII ????, ????????? ??? ??? ?????, ??? VIII, 1964; ????????? ? ? "??????? ?????? - ?????? ???????? ??????? XVIII ????", 2003, pp. 237-245; Rovinsky Slovar II-650; cf. Gubar 2590; not in Svodniy Katalog.

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        The Sugar-Cane. a Poem. in Four Books With Notes

      R and J Dodsley, 1769. Hard cover bound in ivory leather with gilt title and decoration on spine, frontis illustration, 167 pages followed by errata. The book is dated 1769. Due to the publication date, it is probably that no two books will be found to be bound the same. The binding of this copy is modern with very light wear. The text (old part of the book) begins with the half title page and is fully intact through the errata. Paper is age toned and several pages have been stabilized along the edges, there is a ghost of the frontis illustration on the title page. Images available. USPS confirmation used on all U.S. shipments. Additional postage will be necessary for Priority or International addresses.. First Edition. Full-Leather. Good.

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        Abbildungen und Lebensbeschreibungen berühmter Gelehrten. 3 Bände mit 8 Sammlungen in 2 Bänden.

      Leipzig, Hilscher, 1765-, 1769. - circa 18,5 x 11,4 cm. Mit 8 Titeln mit Vignetten (3 gestochen) und zusammen 49 Kupfertafeln Marmoriertes Leder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung ADB XXXII, 499; Rümann 1042; MNE II, 223. Erste Ausgabe, nur die erste Sammlung in Band I in zweiter Auflage; alles Erschienene dieser Reihe. Enthält eine Sammlung von Lebensbeschreibungen und Portraits von insgesamt 48 Gelehrten, darunter Savonarola, Brentz, Bugenhagen, Luther, Zwingli, Bucer, Jansen, Aenaes Sylvius Piccolomoni, Anna Maria von Schurmann, Paracelsus, G. Postel, Campanella, Grotius, Kuhlmann, Rousseau u. a. Mit dem seltenen Porträt des Olearius, zu dem kein Text mehr verfasst wurde. - Johann Matthias Schröckh (1733-1808) war Professor der Geschichte in Wittenberg. Er starb an den Folgen des Sturzes von einer Bücherleiter. "- Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, wenig fleckig, etwas berieben. Rücken von Band 1 sauber und unauffällig unterlegt. Exlibris des Antiquars H. P. Kraus. Hübsche Bände. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Natuurkundige Verlustigingen, behelzende Microscopise Waarneemingen van In- en Uitlandse Water- en Land-Dieren

      Haarlem: J. Bosch, (1769-)1778. (4),(8),166, 18 hand-col engraved plates. . HB. 4to, cont. half calf, rebacked and with new corners in morroco, orig. calf backstrip (with gilt tooling), laid down (with some loss at top/bottom), marbled boards, new marbled endpapers. Marginal tear to final text leaf neatly repaired. Vg clean copy with wide margins.. First edition. Rare and important work giving microscopical observations on marine and other invertebrates. The complete work, issued over 9 years (1769-1778) in 18 parts, each with a fine hand-coloured copperplate by R. Muys after P.M. Brasser, or M. Slabber, each part with a dedication leaf. [Landwehr, 187; Nissen ZBI, 3861].

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        Les économiques par L.D.H. [L'ami Des Hommes]

      deux parties en un volume A Amsterdam et se trouve à Paris, chez Lacombe, 1769, , deux parties en un volume in-12, VIII-XVI-366 (i.e. 310, les pages 305 à 310 étant numérotées 361 à 366), un feuillet blanc ; [4]-387 pages, basane havane de l'époque, Édition définitive, parue la même année que l'édition originale in-4 ; sans les parties 3 et 4 qui parurent en 1771. La réunion des 4 volumes est très rare et la plupart des exemplaires ne referment que les deux premiers volumes. Rare et important ouvrage économique du physiocrate Victor Riqueti, marquis de Mirabeau, auteur avec François Quesnay de L'Ami des Hommes (1756) : ce dernier a pris part à la révision des Économiques, comme à la plupart des textes publiés par Mirabeau. Le texte est conçu comme un dialogue entre L'ami Des Hommes et Antoine, enfant de 15 ans, et s'adresse à l'instruction de la classe productive et de la classe des propriétaires ; il s'inspire du Dialogues sur le commerce des blés de Galiani. Reliure restaurée. Quérard VI, p. 154. Tchémerzine IV, p. 754, b.

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        Nouvelles recherches sur les découvertes microscopiques, et la génération des corps organisés

      2 tomes reliés en un volume Londres, Paris, Lacombe, 1769, in-12, 2 tomes reliés en un volume de I: (2), II, LIV, (2), 298pp, 7pl. - II: (4), XVI, 293, (1bl.), (1)pp, pl. N°8 et 9, basane marbrée, dos à nerfs orné, 9 planches gravées par Le François. PREMIERE EDITION de la traduction de l'abbé Regley. Avec des notes, des recherches physiques sur la nature et la religion, et une nouvelle théorie de la terre par Needham. Spallanzani (1729-99) étudie et réfute la théorie de la génération spontanée des cellules en 1768. Son expérience prouve que les microbes viennent de l'air et qu'ils sont tués par une ébullition. Coiffes et coins restaurés. Agréable exemplaire

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        Natuurkundige Verlustigingen, behelzende Microscopise Waarneemingen van In- en Uitlandse Water- en Land-Dieren

      J. Bosch (1769-)1778, Haarlem - (4),(8),166, 18 hand-col engraved plates. . HB. 4to, cont. half calf, rebacked and with new corners in morroco, orig. calf backstrip (with gilt tooling), laid down (with some loss at top/bottom), marbled boards, new marbled endpapers. Marginal tear to final text leaf neatly repaired. Vg clean copy with wide margins. First edition. Rare and important work giving microscopical observations on marine and other invertebrates. The complete work, issued over 9 years (1769-1778) in 18 parts, each with a fine hand-coloured copperplate by R. Muys after P.M. Brasser, or M. Slabber, each part with a dedication leaf. [Landwehr, 187; Nissen ZBI, 3861]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Arzt. Eine medicinische Wochenschrift. 6 Bände

      Neueste vom Verfasser verbesserte und viel vermehrte (= 2. ) Ausgabe. Gotthilf Christian Berth, Hamburg, 1769. 710/708/660/690/690/672 S., original Halbleder mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild (gering fleckig/1 Kapitalstück etwas ausgebrochen/Rücken von Band 6 abweichend) - Vergl. Hirsch/H. VI, 47 - Kirchner 3540 - Blake 21/Mit einem Register über 12 Teile/Adam (in ,,Librarium " 38, 1995, Heft 3) 175 ff. ,,Unzer wendet sich an einen Leser, der nicht in den medizinischen Wissenschaften ausgebildet ist, sich aber für medizinische Fragen interessiert/Vornehmste Intention des aufklärenden Arztes ist es, den Adressaten zu einem mündigen Leser zu erziehen. Das Muster an dem sich Unzer orientiert sind die englischen Wochenschriften. Der Hamburger Arzt wendet sich vehement gegen Vorurteile und Scharlatanerie bei der Behandlung von Krankheiten -

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        Georgian Silver Salver

      Antikes Karten- bzw. Brieftablett von Coker aus London 1769. Massives Sterling Silber, 10 inch (25,4 cm) Durchmesser. Geringe Gebrauchsspuren sonst ok, sammelwürdig

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        Partially printed Bill of Lading of the Royal Charlottes of cargo, Signed by Silvanus Jencks

      Mississippi, 1769. Old folds. THE CARGO THAT FED A SPANISH ARMY. Reading in part: "Shipped by the grace of God… in and upon the good Ship, called the Royall Charlotte whereof is Master under God for this recent voyage Silvanus Jencks and now riding at anchor in the Road to St. Eustasius and by Gods grace bound for Mississippy to lay Five hundred ninety Barrels of Flower, Thirty T---- of ships Bread, Twenty T---- of Rice, Twenty kegs of white Bread, five Hhds of Rum, fourpipes & fifty kegs of Brandy, four Hhds Claret, two puncheons of beer & two puncheons of Cyder in bottles, five cases of Frontignan Wine, five Casks hams & Twenty four Negroe Slaves…and are to be delivered… at the aforesaid, Port of Missisipi (the danger of the seas onely excepted) unto Mr. Oliver Pollock…" The Royal Charlotte is believed to be one of the 30 merchant vessels owned by Aaron Lopez (1731-1782), a Sephardic Jew born in Lisbon, Portugal, who came to Newport Rhode Island in 1752. Lopez quickly became a leading merchant in Newport and would go on to become its wealthiest citizen. Among his diverse business interests, he is credited with underwriting at least 21 slave ships between 1761 and 1774. The ship's captain chartered for the voyage from the free Dutch port of St. Eustatius to the Spanish port in New Orleans was Silvanus Jenckes (1746-1781), a Providence, Rhode Island ship's master who, In 1772, married Freelove Whipple Fenner, a young woman from a political family remembered in Rhode Island history for her beauty and her participation in the "Daughters of Liberty." Jenckes, like most seafaring New Englanders, would go on to become a privateer during the American Revolution but neither he nor his wife would live to see the end of the war. As a charter party, the goods on board the Royal Charlotte did not belong to the ship's owner but rather the "charter party," in this case, Mr. Oliver Pollock. Oliver Pollock (1737-1823) was born in County Tyrone, Ireland and arrived in 1760, settling in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Within two years he established himself as a merchant, trading mainly with the Spanish in the West Indies. He set up his headquarters in Havana, Cuba, where he became friends with the island's Governor General, Alejandro O'Reilly. Irish-born O'Reilly was one of the fabled "Wild Geese," soldiers who left Ireland to serve in the European armies of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. In April, 1769 O'Reilly was ordered to New Orleans to quell an uprising of Creole and German inhabitants who had deposed the Spanish Governor in response to government trade restrictions. O'Reilly arrived in August, with 2,000 troops and quickly restored order but soon realized he would have difficulties feeding and supplying his troops. Then, "To O'Reilly's great fortune, his old friend Oliver Pollock arrived at the port of New Orleans just in time on a ship with the very British name Royal Charlotte. O'Reilly was delighted to learn that the ship was full of flour…" (Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution, DuVal, Kathleen. Random House Publishing Group, 2016). Instead of selling his flour at inflated market prices, Pollock sold them to O'Reilly at pre-rebellion cost. As a reward, Pollock was granted free trade privileges in Louisiana and relocated his headquarters to New Orleans, where he soon became one of its most successful businessmen. Pollock would later use his fortune to finance western operations of the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Given the timing and the items listed on this bill of lading, it is likely that this is the cargo of flour and goods that saved Alejandro O'Reilly and fed his army.

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        Als die Dinge heilig waren: Gelebte Frömmigkeit im Zeitalter des Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Christoph Kürzeder (Autor) Religion Theologie Christentum Barock GeistesGeschichte Kultur-Geschichte Frömmi

      Welche Dinge waren den Menschen im Barock heilig? Warum trugen sie Nachbildungen einer menschlichen Zunge als Amulett um den Hals? Warum versteckten sie im Ehebett geweihte Palmkätzchen? Diese und weitere Fragen zur materiellen Kultur des katholischen Sakramentalienwesens beantwortet dieser Band und entschlüsselt anhand der Vielfalt ""heiliger"" Dinge das subtile Wechselverhältnis zwischen gelehrter Theologie und gelebter Frömmigkeit im Barock. Autor: Dr. Christoph Kürzeder promovierte mit der vorliegenden Arbeit im Fach Pastoraltheologie an der Katholisch-Theologischen Fakultät der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Als Sammler religiöser Volkskunst bin ich auf dieses Buch gestoßen. Selbst für mich als Nichtwissenschaftler ist dieses Werk verständlich, d.h. in einer gut lesbaren Sprache geschrieben. Der umfangreiche Bildteil hilft mir als Sammler, viele meiner Objekte besser zu verstehen, bzw. die hierfür verwendeten Materialien zu bestimmen. Es ist (soweit ich das beurteilen kann) das umfassendste Buch zu diesem Thema. Absolut empfehlenswert für alle, die tiefer in die Materie einsteigen möchten. Zusatzinfo 174 farb. Abb. Sprache deutsch Maße 210 x 280 mm Einbandart gebunden Geisteswissenschaften Religion Theologie Christentum Barock GeistesGeschichte Kultur-Geschichte Frömmigkeit Glaube ISBN-10 3-7954-1769-4 / 3795417694 ISBN-13 978-3-7954-1769-7 / 9783795417697

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        Partially printed Bill of Lading of the Royal Charlottes of cargo, Signed by Silvanus Jencks

      Mississippi, 1769. Old folds. THE CARGO THAT FED A SPANISH ARMY. Reading in part: "Shipped by the grace of God... in and upon the good Ship, called the Royall Charlotte whereof is Master under God for this recent voyage Silvanus Jencks and now riding at anchor in the Road to St. Eustasius and by Gods grace bound for Mississippy to lay Five hundred ninety Barrels of Flower, Thirty T---- of ships Bread, Twenty T---- of Rice, Twenty kegs of white Bread, five Hhds of Rum, fourpipes & fifty kegs of Brandy, four Hhds Claret, two puncheons of beer & two puncheons of Cyder in bottles, five cases of Frontignan Wine, five Casks hams & Twenty four Negroe Slaves...and are to be delivered... at the aforesaid, Port of Missisipi (the danger of the seas onely excepted) unto Mr. Oliver Pollock..." The Royal Charlotte is believed to be one of the 30 merchant vessels owned by Aaron Lopez (1731-1782), a Sephardic Jew born in Lisbon, Portugal, who came to Newport Rhode Island in 1752. Lopez quickly became a leading merchant in Newport and would go on to become its wealthiest citizen. Among his diverse business interests, he is credited with underwriting at least 21 slave ships between 1761 and 1774. The ship's captain chartered for the voyage from the free Dutch port of St. Eustatius to the Spanish port in New Orleans was Silvanus Jenckes (1746-1781), a Providence, Rhode Island ship's master who, In 1772, married Freelove Whipple Fenner, a young woman from a political family remembered in Rhode Island history for her beauty and her participation in the "Daughters of Liberty." Jenckes, like most seafaring New Englanders, would go on to become a privateer during the American Revolution but neither he nor his wife would live to see the end of the war. As a charter party, the goods on board the Royal Charlotte did not belong to the ship's owner but rather the "charter party," in this case, Mr. Oliver Pollock. Oliver Pollock (1737-1823) was born in County Tyrone, Ireland and arrived in 1760, settling in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Within two years he established himself as a merchant, trading mainly with the Spanish in the West Indies. He set up his headquarters in Havana, Cuba, where he became friends with the island's Governor General, Alejandro O'Reilly. Irish-born O'Reilly was one of the fabled "Wild Geese," soldiers who left Ireland to serve in the European armies of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. In April, 1769 O'Reilly was ordered to New Orleans to quell an uprising of Creole and German inhabitants who had deposed the Spanish Governor in response to government trade restrictions. O'Reilly arrived in August, with 2,000 troops and quickly restored order but soon realized he would have difficulties feeding and supplying his troops. Then, "To O'Reilly's great fortune, his old friend Oliver Pollock arrived at the port of New Orleans just in time on a ship with the very British name Royal Charlotte. O'Reilly was delighted to learn that the ship was full of flour..." (Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution, DuVal, Kathleen. Random House Publishing Group, 2016). Instead of selling his flour at inflated market prices, Pollock sold them to O'Reilly at pre-rebellion cost. As a reward, Pollock was granted free trade privileges in Louisiana and relocated his headquarters to New Orleans, where he soon became one of its most successful businessmen. Pollock would later use his fortune to finance western operations of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.Given the timing and the items listed on this bill of lading, it is likely that this is the cargo of flour and goods that saved Alejandro O'Reilly and fed his army.

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        THE NATURAL HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF NORTHUMBERLAND 2 VOLUMES

      LONDON, STRAHAN, 1769. FIRST EDITION, QUARTO, TWO VOLUMES, RECENT HALF LEATHER OVER MARBLED BOARDS, NEW ENDPAPERS, RED LABELS, GILT DECORATIONS TO SPINE. pp xxvii, 438, errata, 562, appendix (22pp), errata. A PARTICULARLY NICE SET IN A HANDSOME BINDING.

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        THEATRO CRITICO UNIVERSAL O DISCURSOS VARIOS EN TODO GÉNERO DE MATERIAS, PARA DESENGAÑO DE ERRORES COMUNES

      Joachin Ibarra, Madrid 1769 - 16 Tomos. Theatro Critico: 8 Tomos. Tomo 1º: XCVI + 376 págs + Tomo 2º: XXXVI + 395 págs. + Tomo 3º: LXIV + 352 págs. + Tomo 4º: XL + 439 págs. + Tomo 5º: XLVIII + 398 págs. + Tomo 6º: XLVIII + 381 págs. + Tomo 7º: XLIV + 412 págs. + Tomo 8º: LVI + 405 págs. Se completa la obra con las Cartas Eruditas y Curiosas, en que, por la mayor parte, se continua el designio del Theatro Critico Universal, impugnando, o reduciendo a dudosas varias opiniones comunes. 5 Tomos. Madrid, Imprenta de los Herederos de Francisco del Hierro. 1742. Tomo 1º Portada, XV hojas + 396 págs + VIII hojas de índice + Tomo 2º: Portada, XIII hojas + 460 págs. + VI hojas de índice + Tomo 3º: Portada, XXVII hojas + 425 págs. + VIII hojas de índice + Tomo 4º: Portada, XXI hojas + 370 págs. + IX hojas de índice + Tomo 5º: Portada, XI hojas + 423 págs. (El índice está incluido en la paginación de este tomo). Se incluye, así mismo, la Ilustración Apologética, al primero y segundo tomo del Theatro Crítico. Madrid, 1769. Joachin Ibarra (Portada, XXXII hojas + 233 págs. + Justa Repulsa de Iniquas Acusaciones. Carta en que, manifestando las imposturas, que contra el Theatro Crítico, y su autor, dió al público el R. P. Fr. Francisco Soto Marne (Madrid, Joachin Ibarra, 1769) Portada, VIII + 155 págs. + 2 Tomos de Adiciones a las Obras del muy ilustre y reverendísmo Padre Maestro D. Fr. Geronimo Feyjoó y Montenegro. Maestro General de la Orden de San Benito, del Consejo de S. M. (Impreso por Blas Román. Madrid, 1781). Portada, VIII hojas + 248 págs. + Adiciones. Portada, I hoja + 242 págs. Sobria y elegante encuadernación en plena piel de época (Pasta española). Obra de ocho tomos publicada entre 1726 y 1739, donde se recoge el pensamiento del monje Benito Jerónimo Feijoo y Montenegro. Para el titulo, el autor se sirve de una antigua acepción del término teatro, entendido como panorama o visión general de conjunto. Como bien dice el subtitulo de la publicación ¿Discursos varios en todo género de materias, para desengaño de errores comunes¿, se trata de una obra en la que el monje escribía y reflexionaba sobre temáticas muy diferentes. Así tenían cabida desde cuestiones amorosas, científicos, religiosos, hechos cotidianos, guerras, grandes pensadores o artes mágicas entre otros muchos. Y todo ello con la voluntad de dar una visión general de estos aspectos a las gentes comunes. Es difícil encontrar esta obra en comercio y, sobre todo, que los tomos del Theatro correspondan a la misma tirada. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelles recherches sur les découvertes microscopiques, et la génération des corps organisés. Ouvrage traduit de l'Italien de M. l'Abbé Spallanzani par M. de Needham.

      Londres & Paris, Lacombe, 1769. - Londres & Paris, Lacombe, 1769 ; 1 vol. pet. in-8 (19 x 12.5 cm), (2), ii, LIV, (2), 298 pp., 7 planches dépliantes h.t. et (4), XVI, 293, (1) pp., 2 planches dépl. h.t. ; pleine basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, reliure frottée avec épidermures, petit manque en tête du dos, coins émoussés, tranches marbrées, quelques rousseurs pâles, déchirure restaurée à la première planche avec petit manque marginal ; assez bon exemplaire. Première édition de la traduction française du premier ouvrage scientifique de Spallanzani, l'un des plus importants, faisant date dans l'histoire de la microbiologie. Il n'y eut pas de traduction ancienne en anglais. Cet ouvrage fut rédigé après plusieurs années d'expériences minutieuses. Spallanzani y réfute les conceptions de Buffon et de Needham sur la génération spontanée. Il répéta avec plus de rigueur les expériences de Needham, prêtre lui-aussi, qui utilisait des flacons bouchés avec du liège (très poreux). Il montre que les infusions introduites dans des fioles, dont les cols avaient été scellés à la lampe et plongés dans l'eau bouillante pendant 1 heure, ne renferment plus de formes vivantes décelables au microscope. Spallanzani arrive à distinguer les plus gros animalcules (protozoaires) détruits après une minute d'ébullition, des plus petits (bactéries), qui résistent à plus d'une demi-heure d'ébullition. Ces expériences sont remarquables pour l'époque, ayant abouti à des conclusions à bien des égards prophétiques. Elles ont tracé la voie à Appert puis à Pasteur. Le tome second est entièrement de Needham (qui était entré en relation épistolaire avec Spallanzani). Il a un titre propre : "Nouvelles Recherches physiques et métaphysiques sur la nature et la religion, avec une nouvelle théorie de la terre, et une mesure de la hauteur des Alpes" par M. de Needham. L'abbé Lazzaro Spallanzani (1729-1799) entra dans le clergé après avoir fait des études de droit, de lettres et surtout de sciences. Il fut nommé directeur du Muséum d'histoire naturelle, puis professeur à l'université de Pavie. Expérimentateur ingénieux, il est considéré comme l'un des plus grands physiologistes de son époque et comme un pionnier de la physiologie expérimentale. References : Bulloch W : History of Bacteriology, p. 75 ; Ratcliff MJ : The Quest for the Invisible : Microscopy in the Enlightenment, p. 218 : "The 1765 Saggio established that there is no transmutation of organisms for animalcules and that a parent of the same species is needed to give birth to an animalcule. Although Saggio was not widely welcomed, it influenced subsequent discoveries." ; Capanna E : Lazzaro Spallanzani : At the roots of modern biology, Journal of Experimental Zoology, 1999, 285, pp. 178¿196 ; Berche P : Une histoire des Microbes, pp.26-28: "Spallanzani reste surtout célèbre pour avoir montré le premier sur une base expérimentale rigoureuse et exemplaire, que les microorganismes ne naissent pas spontanément dans les infusions organiques ou végétales, comme le jus de viande ou de poivre. Ces expériences furent magistralement reprises par Louis Pasteur un siècle plus tard." ; Castellani C : La réception en Italie et en Europe du Saggio di osservazioni microscopiche de Spallanzani (1765), Dix-huitième siècle, 1991, n° 23, 85-95 : "Aujourdh'ui, l'ouvrage nous apparaît révolutionnaire de manière décisive, parce qu'il résolvait radicalement, moyennant une application intelligente de la méthode expérimentale, une question qui était encore en discussion, d'une certaine façon, dans les dernières décennies du 18e siècle : celle de la génération spontanée ; [livre] aujourdhui considéré comme un véritable tournant dans l'évolution de la science moderne. » ; Prandi : Bibliografia di Lazzaro Spallanzani, pp. 79-80 ; Grmek MD : Histoire de la pensée médicale en Occident, vol. 2, p. 333. © S.A.S. Jean-Pierre Aubert, 2016. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La France littéraire contenant, I. Les Académies établies à Paris dans les différentes villes du Royaume. II. Les Auteurs vivans, avec la Liste de leurs ouvrages. III. Les Auteurs Morts, depuis l Année 1751 inclusivement, avec la Liste de leurs ouvrages. IV. Le Catalogue alphabétique des Ouvrages de tous ces Auteurs. Tome premier (e Tome second)

      Chez la Veuve Duchesne, Paris 1769 - Legature coeve in piena pelle con ricchi fregi e titolo oro al ds. Bei tagli marmorizzati. Fenditure alle cerniere, piccole mancanze alle cuffie del secondo tomo e al tassello del primo tomo. Angoli usurati. Qualche brunitura, ma nel complesso buon esemplare. Raro. 8vo (cm. 16,8), 2 Voll., 4 cc.nn., 452 pp.; 2 cc.nn., 591(1) pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hollandsche zee-schepen.With: (2) Beknopte beschrijving der takelaadje van een driemast koopvaardijschip.Amsterdam, Evert Maaskamp, [ca. 1810]. 8vo (19.5 x 16 cm). With 6 aquatint plates to ad 1 and an engraved plate to ad 2. 20th-century brown roan.

      - Ad 1: Maritiem Digitaal (1 copy); NCC (No location); not in De Groot & Vorstman; Cat. NHSM; WorldCat; ad 2: Maritiem Digitaal (1 copy); not in Bruzelius; NCC; WorldCat. Extremely rare series of Dutch sea ships, containing 6 aquatints and a letterpress title-page defining the different ships, published and engraved by the Amsterdam-based publisher Evert Maaskamp (1769-1834). The aquatints show two cutters, two frigates, a yacht and a "smak", all depicted at sea. The plates are accompanied by an equally rare, small booklet on the rigging of a Dutch three-master merchant ship, also published by Maaskamp. It briefly discusses the masts, sails and cordage of the ship, all illustrated on an engraved plate. With bookplate on paste-down. Through the entire book, each leaf and each plates is mounted on a stub. Slightly browned and slightly foxed, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding only slightly rubbed along the extremities.

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        Pontificale romanum Clementis VIII

      Venise, Balleon, 1769. - LIVRES Très belle impression en rouge et noir, très richement illustrée de fines gravures au monogramme A.R.Monseigneur Dubreil a été archevêque d'Avignon (1863-1880). 1 volume in-folio. Plein chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs orné de caissons dorés, plats richement ornés d'encadrements avec frise de vigne et épis de blé, dentelles intérieures et sur coupes, armes de Mgr Dubreil sur les plat

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        Supplement a la Bibliographie Instructive, ou Catalogue des Livres du Cabinet de feu M. Louis Jean Gaignat

      Paris: Francois De Bure le Jeune, 1769. Very good antiquarian condition. 2 vols., 8vo. xxxix, [1], 621, [1]; 491, [1] pp. 3542 lots described, all priced by a contemporary hand with the exception of the last 23. Contemporary French calf (refurbished), five raised bands on spines, red and olive lettering pieces, red edges, marbled pastedowns and endpapers. Old papers label on spine of Vol. I, later ink stamp on first blanks of both vols. "Handbibliothek unverkauflich" and with pencilled note "doubl." (i.e. duplicate). Sale catalogue of the library of L.-J. Gaignat (1697-1768), the immensely rich Receveur-general de la Chambre de Requetes and Secretary to Louis XV. Gaignat he devoted the greater part of his fortune to the acquisition of works of art and books, perhaps to console himself for the untimely death of his second wife and only daughter. Doubtless he was one of the greatest bibliophiles of eighteenth-century France. Charles Isaac Elton, in "The Great Book Collectors," wrote "When Gaignat died in 1768 his collection was regarded as perfect; it was said that 'no one in the commonwealth of letters had ever brought together such a rich and admirable assembly.'" This was no exaggeration: Gaignat's treasures are legendary, and included fabulous illuminated manuscripts, early printed books (for instance lot 16, a copy of the 42-line "Gutenberg" Bible), an alarming number of books printed on vellum, choice bindings, and so forth. The catalogue was written by the preeminent bookseller of the 18th-century, G.-F. De Bure, who was Gaignat's principal agent. The present catalogue forms a sort of monument to both men. The present Catalogue was issued as vols. VIII and IX of De Bure's 10-volume "Bibliographie Instructive," and provides important corrections to it. The significance of certain lots is related by De Bure in extraordinary detail, for instance the description of lot 2638 extends some 14-pages. The volume in question was the "Voyages & Avantures de Charles Magius," printed on vellum and exquisitely illuminated (now in BnF). It was purchased by the Duc de la Valliere who, according to Brunet, was the principal buyer at the sale and is believed to have spent somewhere between 80,000 and 90,000 livres (NB: the entire sale realize 227,597 livres). Brunet also notes that the finest incunabula in the sale came from the Gros de Boze collection (his sale, Paris, 1753). Vol. II contains a 245-page index which is a model of its kind. Our copy is priced in a contemporary hand. Brunet, Dictionnaire de bibliologie catholique, cols. 461-462. Emile Dacier, Un bibliophile du XVIIIe siecle, L.-J. G., in Bull. du bibliophile, 1920, pp. 1-21 e 41-65; id., Catalogues de ventes et livrets de Salons illustres par G. de Saint-Aubin, XI: Catalogue de la vente L.-J. G., Paris, 1920. Petzholdt pp. 81-83. North, Grolier no. 193.

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        C.F. Gellerts sämmtliche Schriften. 10 Theile in 5 Bänden (5 Bände)

      Mischauflage Theil 1-5: 1769 Theil 6-10: Neue verbesserte Auflage 1775. Außer Band 3: original Ledereinband d.Z., Band 3 gänzlich neuer Einband in aufwändiger Nachbildung. Einbände mit teils leichten Läsuren, teils am Rücken etwas rissig, Besitzvermerke, ansonsten gute Erhaltung.

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        Sämmtliche Schriften. Mit 10 Titelvignetten (Kupfern von Oeser) sowie einem Porträtfrontispiz in Kupfer.

      Leipzig: Weidmann, 1769-1774. - 5 Bl., LII, 346 S., 3 Bl., 230 S., 2 Bl., VIII, 474 S., 2 Bl., VIII, 450 S., 2 Bl., 284 S., 2 Bl., XXXVI, 666 S., VI, 520, 240 S. Erste rechtmäßige Gesamtausgabe. (Wilpert/Gühring II, 34.) Band 1. Fabeln und Erzählungen. 1769. / Band 2. Gedichte, Geistliche Oden und Lieder. 1769. / Band 3. Lustspiele. 1769. / Band 4. Praktische Abhandlung von dem guten Geschmacke in Briefen, Briefe, Leben der Schwedischen Gräfinn von G**. 1769. / Band 5. Abhandlungen und Reden. 1769. / Band 6-7. Moralische Vorlesungen. 1770. / Band 8-9. Briefe. 1774. / Band 10. Johann Andreas Cramer: Christian Fürchtegott Gellerts Leben. 1774. - Deckel berieben; ein Band mit abgebröckelter Deckelecke; Titelblätter mit kleinem Besitzstempel; auch die Vorsätze mit Besitzvermerken; sonst gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2550 8°. Halbleder der Zeit mit 5 Bünden, der vierte Band in Ganzleder. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anfangsgründe der Geburtshilfe zum Gebrauche seiner Vorlesungen, Halbleder-Ausgabe.

      Straßburg, Johann Gottfried Bauer, 1769. Brauner Original-Halblederband auf fünf Bünden mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf hellbraunem Rückenschild sowie goldgeprägten Ornamentleisten; Buchdeckel in bräunlicher Marmorierung und mit Lederecken; dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. 7 Bl., 224 S. Mit 6 mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafeln im Anhang. Ferner mit großformatigen Kupfervignetten im Text. Standardwerk zur Geburtshilfe des Straßburger Arztes Georg Albrecht Fried (1736 - 1773), der mit diesem Werk an die Pionierarbeit seines Vaters Johann Jakob Fried (1689 - 1769) anknüpfte. Schon dieser hatte als Lehrer einer in Straßburg ins Leben gerufenen Gebäranstalt gewirkt und \"der Anstalt durch den ausgezeichneten Unterricht, den er ertheilte, alsbald einen solchen Ruf\" verschafft, \"daß zahlreiche Schüler von nahe und fern nach Straßburg eilten, um seiner Unterweisung in diesem bis dahin gerade in Deutschland so sehr vernachlässigten Gebiete der Heilkunde theilhaftig zu werden. F. ist der Erste gewesen, welcher die Geburtshülfe in Deutschland würdig vertreten hat.\" (ADB 7, S. 388). Der Sohn setzte diese Arbeit nicht nur als Nachfolger des Vaters auf dem Lehrstuhl für Geburtshilfe der Straßburger Universität fort, sondern schuf mit den \"Anfangsgründen\" auch ein erstes Handbuch und Standardwerk der Geburtshilfe, mit dem \"einem fühlbaren (medizinischen) Bedürfnisse in Deutschland abgeholfen\" werden konnte (ADB 7, S. 387). Die im Anhang angefügten gefalteten Kupfertafeln zeigen folgende Instrumentarien: I. Deventerscher Hebammenstul. II. Zergliederung und stückweise Abzeichnung desselben. III. Geburtsbett (von J. J. Fried entwickelt). IV. Levretische krumme Zange. V. Verschiedene Geburtshilfewerkzeuge nach Levret. VI. Von F. F. Fried entwickelte Bänder zur Geburtshilfe (alle abgebildeten Werkzeuge werden in einem Textanhang ausführlich erklärt). Tadelloses, frisches Exemplar, augenscheinlich ungelesen. Seiten sauber und fleckenfrei. Auch die Kupfertafeln im Anhang vorzüglich erhalten. In diesem frischen Erhaltungszustand sicherlich einzigartiges Exemplar. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geburt Geburtshilfe Schwangerschaft

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        Hollandsche zee-schepen. With: (2) Beknopte beschrijving der takelaadje van een driemast koopvaardijschip.Amsterdam, Evert Maaskamp, [ca. 1810]. 8vo (19.5 x 16 cm). With 6 aquatint plates to ad 1 and an engraved plate to ad 2. 20th-century brown roan.

      Ad 1: Maritiem Digitaal (1 copy); NCC (No location); not in De Groot & Vorstman; Cat. NHSM; WorldCat; ad 2: Maritiem Digitaal (1 copy); not in Bruzelius; NCC; WorldCat. Extremely rare series of Dutch sea ships, containing 6 aquatints and a letterpress title-page defining the different ships, published and engraved by the Amsterdam-based publisher Evert Maaskamp (1769-1834). The aquatints show two cutters, two frigates, a yacht and a "smak", all depicted at sea. The plates are accompanied by an equally rare, small booklet on the rigging of a Dutch three-master merchant ship, also published by Maaskamp. It briefly discusses the masts, sails and cordage of the ship, all illustrated on an engraved plate. With bookplate on paste-down. Through the entire book, each leaf and each plates is mounted on a stub. Slightly browned and slightly foxed, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding only slightly rubbed along the extremities.

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        1769 1st English ed Goulard Treatise on SURGERY Anatomy Medicine Lead Poisoning

      London : Printed for P. Elmsly (successor to Mr. Vaillant), facing Southampton-Street in the Strand, MDCCLXIX. [1769] - 1769 1st English ed Goulard Treatise on SURGERY Anatomy Medicine Lead Poisoning A rare 1st English edition of Thomas Goulard treatise on surgery. Thomas Goulard (1697 – 1784) was a French surgeon famous for Goulard's extract, a solution of lead(II) acetate and lead(II) oxide which was formerly used as an astringent. Goulard was a surgeon and anatomist in Montpellier who specialized in genitourinary disorders. His best known written work is titled Oeuvres de Chirurgie. Goulard's Extract (also known as subacetate of lead) is a solution of lead(II) acetate and lead(II) oxide used as an astringent during the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. It was named after its introducer, Thomas Goulard. Lead poisoning and the development of more effective astringents caused doctors to abandon its use. Main author: Thomas Goulard Title: A treatise on the effects and various preparations of lead : particularly of the extract of saturn, for different chirurgical disorders. Translated from the French of Mr. Goulard, Surgeon-Major to the Royal and Military Hospital at Montpellier. Published: London : Printed for P. Elmsly (successor to Mr. Vaillant), facing Southampton-Street in the Strand, MDCCLXIX. [1769] Language: English Notes & contents: • 1st English edition • Various disease treatments and medicines • Treatise on lead poisoning – Extract of Saturn FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 222 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: London : Printed for P. Elmsly (successor to Mr. Vaillant), facing Southampton-Street in the Strand, MDCCLXIX. [1769] Size: ~7in X 4.5in (18cm x 12cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $599 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of Emily Montague By the Author of Lady Julia Mandeville

      London, Printed for J. Dodsley, M DCC LXIX [1769]. Hard Cover. Four 12mo volumes: vii, 240; 2 p.l., 240; 2 p.l., 223; 2 p.l., 213 p., errata leaf at end; 17.5 cm. Dedication, to Guy Carleton, Governor and Commander in Chief of Quebec, signed: Frances Brooke. First edition of the first English novel written and set in Canada. Frances Brooke lived in Quebec and Sillery, where her husband was garrison chaplain, from 1763 to 1768. Her epistolary novel was written to convey a description of Quebec scenery and social life of the period immediately after its conquest from the French, to a London audience. Sabin 8240; Gagnon I: 1690; Lande 1615; TPL 425. Bound in contermporary full leather; bindings worn at corners; title-label to vol. 1 missing. stock#NS0189.

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