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        Voyageur Francois ou La Connoissance, De L'Ancien Et Du Nouveau Monde, 14 volumes

      L. Cellot, Paris 1769 - 14 volumes of a 42 volume set, consisting of volumes 3, 5, 6, 10, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 dated between 1769 and 1782. French language text. Full leather bindings with general wear, bumps and chips with loss to the spines of volumes 6, 23 and 27. Text blocks solidly bound, occasional loose or torn end-paper. Text is clean with only a few instances of spots of soiling. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Glossarium Arabico-Latinum Manuale

      Leiden: Ioannem le Mair,, 1769. Maximum Partem E Lexico Goliano Excerptum. Quarto (244 × 198 mm). Contemporary half calf, rebacked to style, red morocco label, light brown board, sprinkled, red edge-stain. Bound with the half-title, engraving of the arms of the dedicatee, William V, the last Stadtholder of the Netherlands Boards slightly scuffed, neat contemporary acquisition inscription to the front pastedown and a scatter of informed inked marginalia, tan-brun to the corners of the endpapers which are slightly foxed, light browning and occasional light foxing to the text, overall very good. First edition. Arab-Latin dictionary largely based on Jacob Golius' famous Lexicon Arabico-Latinum of 1653. Jakob's brother Everard Scheidius (1742- 1794), professor of Oriental languages at the university of Harderwijk, "purchased Erpenius types from a certain Abraham Elzevier (not to be confused with the two earlier Leiden printers of that name). He set up his own Arabic typesetting workshop, but had his books printed [as here] by local Harderwijk printers such as Jan Moojen or Mooien (active 1737-1795). Scheidius became professor of Oriental languages at Leiden after the death of the last Schultens in 1793, but died the following year" (Vrolijk, "Arabic Typography in the Netherlands. A Brief Introduction", in TXT, Exploring the Boundaries of the Book, The Hague 2014).

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        Lettres cabalistiques, ou correspondance philosophique, historique et critique, Entre deux Cabalistes, divers Esprits élementaires, & le Seigneur Astaroth. Nouvelle édition, augmentée de LXXX Nouvelles Lettres & de Quantité de Remarques, et de plusieurs Figures. 7 vols.

      - La Haye, Chez Pierre Paupie, 1769-1770, Cont.leather. 12mo. Jean Baptiste Boyer d'Argens, French philosopher and freethinker, a great popularizer of the philosophical ideas of the Enlightenment. His Lettres Cabalistiques, written in Maastricht in the Netherlands, first published in 1737-38 was placed on the Index in 1742. In this work he attacks all forms of religions, especially the Jesuites. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mezzotint portrait by Johann Jacob Haid

      1769 - Trew, Christoph Jacob (1695-1769). Mezzotint portrait by Johann Jacob Haid (1704-67). N.p. [Nuremberg], 1769 or after. 531 x 356 mm. (image measures 406 x 268 mm.). Margins a little frayed (not affecting image), a few small marginal tears repaired, but very good.Excellent mezzotint portrait of German physician and botanist Christoph Jacob Trew, after whom the East Indian plant genus Trewia is named. Trew was the author of the lavishly illustrated Hortus nitidissimis omnem per annum superbiens floribus (1750-86) and Plantae selectae quarum imagines ad exemplaria naturalia Londini, in hortis curiosorum nutrita (1750-73), both with plates engraved after drawings by the noted 18th century botanical artist Georg Dionysius Ehret; the latter work has been described as "one of the great botanical iconographies" (Lazarus and Pardoe, p. 43). The present portrait appeared as a frontispiece to the Plantae selectae. Trew founded the periodical Commercium litterarium ad rei et medicinae scientiae naturalis, one of the first general medical journals, and from 1743 served as director of the Kaiserlich-Leopoldinisch-Carolingischen Akademie der Naturforscher. Trew's scientific correspondence, numbering over 19,000 letters, is the largest such collection known; his natural history library of 34,000 volumes is now at the University of Erlangen. Lazarus and Pardoe, Catalogue of botanical prints and drawings at the National Museums & Galleries of Wales (2003).

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        Christophorus Jacobus Trew

      [Nuremberg], 1769. Mezzotint, on laid paper. Some light marginal spotting and surface soiling. An important mezzotint portrait by and after Johann Jakob Haid, of the author of one of the greatest of all botanical books. Johann Jakob Haid came from a German family of artists and printmakers. Haid worked initially with the animal painter Johann Elias Ridinger, but he soon went on to found a well-known publishing house in Augsburg. This portrait is from a series which pictured all those most closely involved in the publication of Trew's Plantae Selectae , and was originally bound into that great botanical work. Dr. Trew (1695-1769) was a Nuremberg physician, scholar, botanist and collector whose greatest contribution to the worlds of art and botany was his patronage of Georg Ehret and publication of Plantae Selectae and Hortus Nitidissimus. All of Plantae Selectae and much of Hortus ... are engravings after drawings by Ehret.

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

      Wolfgang Schwarzkopf,, Nürnberg, 1769 - 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". Sprache: N [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        MOBILIARIO Y RELOJES DE PIRANESI (1769).

      Roma 1769 - Decortivo grabado neoclasico de mobiliario dibujado y grabado por Piranesi. Basados en la arqutectura griega, egipcia y etrusca. 1ª edición. 400 x 250 mm.

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        TITULOS DE CASTILLA (BERNI 1769)

      1769 - Materia:Libro antiguo sobrela Creación, Antigüedad y Privilegios de todos los títulos de Castilla, con los que la realeza honró a sus vasallos en premio de valerosas hazañas y distinguidos méritos. Publicación: Valencia; Imprenta particular del Autor, 1769. Descripción fisica; Anteportada., portada., 5 hojas., XX paginas., 3 hojas., 522 p. XXVIII páginas., 1 hoja de grabado. Obra ilustrada con bellas capitulares y cabeceras calcográficas con retratos de reyes, dibujadas por J. Camarón y grabadas por Vincent Galcerán. Encuadernación plena piel con dorados en el lomo (moderna) Conservación: Muy buen estado, falto del retrato de Carlos III y encuadernación posterior S. XX. PSB 1 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Doctrinae Particularum Linguae Graecae

      ex typographeo Dammeano 1769 - - ex typographeo Dammeano, Leyde 1769, Un Vol. très fort in 4 (23x28cm), (66) 1338pp. (94), Un Vol. relié. - Edition originale. Rare. Page de titre gravée avec vignette de l'imprimeur (une ruche et des abeilles). Belle édition bien imprimée sur un beau papier vergé. L'exemplaire a été justifié par la signature originale de l'auteur. L'exemplaire porte une première page qui précède le faux-titre de prix, on y retrouve la même devise que sur la reliure, le livre semble avoir été offert par l'université ou l'école de Harlem à Bernardo Van Laar en 1799 pour un premier prix de lettres, et paraît signé de la main de plusieurs professeurs. Plein Veau d'époque marbré. Reliure à emblème (Athéna - ou vertu?- avec ses attributs lisant un livre sous un arbre, sur son écu : une épée surmontée de la croix de Malte , le tout flanqué de 4 étoiles) et devise Vicit Vim Virtus frappé sur les plats. Dos à nerfs richement orné d'un décor de feuillages et de fleurs entrelacés. Large frise d'encadrement sur les plats. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Traces de lacets. Frottis sur le dos, mais bel exemplaire. Etude exhaustive sur le grec ancien et ses particularités. Nombreux passages en grec. A noter que parmi les souscripteurs de cette édition, on compte Benjamin Franklin. Une étiquette de librairire (A Durand à Paris), un tampon de la bibliothèque diocésaine de Valence, un cachet au nom de E. T. Hannion, aumonier au lycée impérial de Bar-Le-Duc. (66) 1338pp. (94) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Collection of Anthems used in His Majesty's Chapel Royal, and most Cathedral Churches in England and Ireland

      London: Printed for J. and F. Revington, 1769., 1769. 8vo. Beautiful in full royal dark red oasis morocco with fine extra gilt tooling to spine, boards intricately emblazoned with the crown and monogram of King George the Third and Chapel Royal St. James's to centre within a decorative border with flowers and crown corner pieces; all edges gilt, marbled end papers. Binding a little rubbed to extremities and with a lovely patina. A superb example.

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        The Sentiments of an English Freeholder, on the Late Decision of the Middlesex Election. Not in Eller. Quarto

      London: Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Maall, 1769. Modern marbled wraps, very light browning, and the half-title somewhat dusty, else a very good copy; 60 pages Only edition of a pro-Wilkes tract, calling the "Case Considered" (attributed on occasion to Blackstone) "very full and very learned" but irrelevant, and concluding with an express citation to Blackstone's Commentaries in support of seating Wilkes

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        LETTERS TO THE MINISTRY, FROM GOVERNOR BERNARD, GENERAL GAGE, AND COMMODORE HOOD, AND ALSO, MEMORIALS TO THE LORDS OF THE TREASURY, FROM THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CUSTOMS. WITH SUNDRY LETTERS AND PAPERS ANNEXED TO THE SAID MEMORIALS

      Boston: Edes & Gill, 1769.. 108pp. Original gathered sheets, untrimmed and stitched as issued. Light staining to titlepage, slight age-toning to text. Very good. In a folding cloth clamshell box, stamped in gilt. An important tract on the causes of the American Revolution. This pamphlet was one of the first major "leaks" in American history. Bernard was governor of Massachusetts during the Stamp Act Crisis and was not well liked by the colonists. He was replaced as governor by Thomas Hutchinson in 1769, after being burned in effigy. He had made his feelings clear to various officials in London, while expressing strong views on how to stamp out dissent in Boston. Copies of the papers were obtained by parties (still unknown), who published them. Wikileaks had nothing on this; a firestorm of protests followed, and the resulting ill-feeling only added to the growing anger of the colonials. "On the turbulent state of affairs in Boston resulting from the Stamp Act" - Howes. EVANS 11176. AMERICAN CONTROVERSY 69a. SABIN 4923. ESTC W13583. HOWES B383.

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        Wapiti

      - A detailed hand colored lithograph by Frederic Cuvier (1769-1832) & Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire (1772-1844) from their sweeping book "Histoire Naturelle des Mammiferes, avec les figures originales." that was published in Paris in 1824-42. Overall this print measures 12” x 18”. This rare publication of mammals was originally published in 72 parts (to be bound in seven volumes) under the auspices of the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle of Paris. The animals were drawn from life mainly at the zoo Jardin des Plantes in Paris. The majority of the descriptions were by Cuvier, with Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire editing the work and providing occasional articles (indicating by his initials at the end of each article). The two final parts were edited and seen through the press by Cuvier’s son. A quarto edit was started in 1826, but ceased publication (with the 13th part) in July 1833. These are among some of the most exquisitely rendered images of animals ever published. Cuvier has successfully brought each animal to life by his exceptional talent for detail without forgetting the characteristics that give them personality. Overall this print is in very good condition with some light foxing and staining. We will not be knowingly undersold on this work of art.

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        Franklin Proclaims, "Britain has no Right to tax the Colonies"

      Philadelphia, PA 1769 - Newspaper, The Pennsylvania Chronicle. Philadelphia: William Goddard, February 6, 1769. 8 pp., 10 x 12.5 in. The entire front page prints a letter concerning comments on a speech by the King of England, most of it relating to America and the troubling situation there. One paragraph begins: "For my own part, I confess, with regard to A[meri]ca, I see no necessity for such violent measures as have been taken." and another paragraph: "The present state of the colonies is the most momentous subject ever under the consideration of this, the most illustrious assembly upon earth." [p.1-2]Advertisment for John Dunlap's printing of Sermons to Asses, "supposed to be written by the ingenious Dr. Franklin," but today attributed to James Murray. [p.3]From the Public Advertiser, appears a letter of October 11, [1768] from Francis Lynn of Boston, Massachusetts in reply to a letter by Thomas Crowley of London: ".You speak of us as a people unreasonable enough to expect protection from Britain without contributing towards the expence, which is far from being the case. You speak of our 'dangerous and vain expectations of becoming independent,' and say that 'certainly there are such among us." "You bring an account against us if Eighty Millions, which you say this nation has run in debt by a war commenced for our protection." [p.4]An item from Boston reads: "The reports of the removal of some of the Governors in North America, has subsided; and we hear his Excellency the Governor of this province has received the fullest assurances of the royal approbation of his conduct." [p.7]A noteworthy extract from London letter reads: ".Doctor Franklin is indefatigable in his Endeavours to serve his Country. I heard him say, a few days ago, in a large Company, 'Britain has no Right to tax the Colonies, and never had any such Right, and I trust never will have it.' Be not alarmed if you should hear of Military Preparations, to enforce the late duties that have been imposed on you." [p.7]And another: "Dr. Franklin is very well, and very busy. You do not see him this year. Indeed it is better for you that he is where he is." [p.7]The handsome masthead features an engraving of the Pennsylvania coat-of-arms.ConditionNever-trimmed, wear at edges with a small loss at the top of the front leaf affecting about 5 words on page 2, loss filled by a professional paper conservator; dampstaining to upper portion of the issue.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Rizzi Zannoni b. Homann Erben, "Novissima totius Lavsonii sive Lemani Lacvs cum Regionibus circumjacentibus Chorographia Repraesentatio ..1766".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, 1769, 47,5 x 59. Sandler, S. 150; Blumer, Nr. 256 R. - Zeigt die Umgebung des Genfer Sees. Über der Karte Kopftitel, links große ornamentale Kartusche, rechts Vogelschauansicht von Genf.

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        DORADO CONTADOR ARITHMETICA ESPECULATIVA Y PRACTICA

      - Dorado contador, arithmetica especulativa, y práctica. Contiene la fineza, y reglas de contar oro, y plata, y los emcages de Flandes, por moderno, y compendioso estilo.- Madrid, en la Imprenta de Antonio Marín, 1769; en 4º menor pergamino de época con pérdidas restauradas, 4 hojas preliminares incluida portada, 431 páginas. 2 estados plegados. Palau nº 297905. Buen ejemplar de esta obra matemática útil en especial para comerciantes en oro, plata y encages, impresa por primera vez en Madrid 1594.

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        Neues Systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet [Volume One Only]

      G.N. Raspe, Nurenberg 1769 - First edition. Large quarto. Contemporary full calf gilt. Volume 1 only of the 12 volume set. Hand-colored engraved title page, and 31 full-page plates with a total of 340 figures of individual shells, all hand-colored, plus an additional 16 internal illustrations printed in red. Front joint is tender, dampstains to the bottom margins of some pages, affecting none of the images, a good or better copy, with the images about fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Elemens de physiologie.

      Chez Guillyn 1769 - - Chez Guillyn, A Paris 1769, In 12 (10x17cm), (2) ix (1) 161pp. (2) ; (3) 305pp. (3), relié. - Seconde édition de la traduction par Bordenave. L'oeuvre avait paru an latin en 1749, à Gottingen. Pleine Basane blonde marbrée. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffes élimées. Rousseurs éparses. Papier en partie jauni. Considéré comme une des principales figures de son temps, Haller était à la fois Naturaliste, médecin, anatomiste et poète. On le considère à juste titre comme le père de la physiologie. Dans ce manuel classique, Haller donne une vue d'ensemble critique du savoir anatomique et physiologique de son époque. (2) ix (1) 161pp. (2) ; (3) 305pp. (3) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE DE FRANCOIS PREMIER, ROI DE FRANCE, DIT LE GRAND ROI ET LE PERE DES LETTRES.

      Saillant & Nyon, Libraires,, Paris, 1769 - 2e edition, revue, corrigee & augmentee. Gabriel-Henri Gaillard (1726-1806) fut un homme de lettres franeais elu ? lAcademie franeaise. Il fut ami de Malesherbes et collabora au Mercure de France. Aujourdhui, il reste surtout connu pour ses textes historiques. 8 vol., 4-XLVIII-VIII-400 pp., 4-488 pp., 4-498 pp., 4-530 pp., 4-506 pp., 4-514 pp., 4-446 pp., 4-430 pp. in-12, Reliure plein veau d'epoque, dos orne ? 5 nerfs (coiffes usees, epidermures; pieces de titre et de tomaison brun clair, tranches ocre rouge. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Conjurationis Pactianae anni MCCCCLXXVIII. Commentarium. Documentis, Figuris, Notis nunc primum inlustratum cura, et studio Ioannis Adimari

      praesidibus adprobantibus,, Neapoli, 1769 - Cm. 26, pp. (2) iv, 13 (1) 196. Frontespizio inciso con belle veduta di Firenze, un albero genealogico con stemmi, bei capolettera e grandi testate raffiguranti edifici e monumenti fiorentini. Il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Legatura del tempo in mezza pelle con punte, dorso liscio con fregi e titoli in oro su tassello. Timbretto di possesso della biblioteca privata Colonna da cui il volume proviene. Esemplare con poche tracce d'uso, genuino e stampato su carta forte. Celebre ed importante edizione, elegantemente impressa, di questo clessico della letteratura stoirica in cui Poliziano tratta della congiura della famiglia dei Pazzi contro la casa medicea. Cfr. Lozzi, 1917; Moreni II, 207. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Contemplation de la nature. Seconde édition. 2 volumes.

      Marc-Michel Rey, Amsterdam, 1769 - XLV- 244 + 301pages, 3 pages (catalogues de l?éditeur), relié papier marbré, étiquette de titre verte, (reliure début XIXe) quelques rousseurs.

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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Newly Translated Out of the Original Tongues; and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised. By His Majesty's Command. Appointed to be Read in Churches

      Alexander Kincaid, UK 1769 - New Edition 1769. A good complete example of a large Scottish bible. Includes both the new and old testaments. Late Georgian full leather binding. Nice tight binding in very good order. Book is in very good condition with rubbing to edges and hinges. Boards with indentations, scratches and marking. Contents good with name to title page. Pages age toned and used in places but overall good. PLEASE DOUBLE CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE. Digital images available upon request.Ref 6044 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        EL REY. POR QUANTO EN TRES DE OCTUBRE DE ESTE ANO TUVE POR BIEN MANDAR EXPEDIR PARA ESTOS REYNOS DE ESPANA LA REAL CEDULA DEL TENOR SIGUIENTE...CON MOTIVO DE HAVERSE EXPERIMENTADO, QUE ALGUNOS REGULARES EXPULSOS DE LA COMPAÑÍA

      [Madrid]. Dec. 9, [1769].. [11]pp. Gathered signatures, stitched. Minor toning, some loss to the last leaf, affecting the stamped signature of the King and a couple of other words. Good. A royal decree discussing the finances of the Jesuit order in the Spanish territories after their expulsion from Spain in 1767, stamp- signed by King Charles III and docketed by his secretary.

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        Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of the Trustees of the Creditors of Messrs. Adam and Thomas Fairholm, Bankiers in Edinburgh.

      Edinburgh: n.pr 1769 - several pen trials (the letter B) to first leaf, blank corner of one leaf torn, some light soiling, a few leaves with a touch of fraying to edges, pp. 27, [1], 4to, modern pale blue paper wrappers, good Adam Fairholm was a prominent merchant and banker in Edinburgh, who started in the family firm and rose to be a director of the Bank of Scotland and later the Royal Bank of Scotland. But business was not always easy: in 1761 the Fairholms had petitioned the Court of Session twice for settlement of a debt accrued by the Earl of Rothes; within a few years ‘over-speculation brought financial difficulties for himself and his partners, including the architect and contractor John Adam. The Fairholms were forced to give up their holdings in the Carron company and went into bankruptcy in March 1764. Thinking he was being pursued by bailiffs while fleeing to the continent, Adam Fairholm jumped from his ship and drowned in 1764’ (ODNB). Five years after that Fairholm’s estate was still being settled, and this further petition to the Council of Session seeks to overturn a previous decision and establish that his executor’s distribution of his estate amongst the various creditors was legal and should satisfy the debts. All of Fairholm’s petitions are rare, with the two earlier petitions recorded in the Bodleian only, and this one in the BL only in ESTC. (An answer to this petition on behalf of Andrew Johnston is BL and Harvard Law only.) (ESTC T476429)

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        TRATADO DE FORTIFICACION O ARTE DE CONSTRUIR LOS EDIFICIOS MILITARES Y CIVILES. (2 TOMOS)

      THOMAS PIFERRER, BARCELONA 1769 - ENCUADERNADO EN PLENA PIEL, PASTA ESPAÑOLA DE ÉPOCA, CON TEJUELO Y NERVIOS. TOMO I ---24 HOJAS, 430 PÁGINAS. TOMO II ---4 HOJAS, 356 PÁGINAS. 48 LÁMINAS DESPLEGABLES EN TOTAL. ESCRITO EN INGLÉS POR JUAN MULLER. TRADUCIDO EN CASTELLANO, DIVIDIDO EN DOS TOMOS Y AUMENTADO CON NOTAS, ADICIONES Y 22 LÁMINAS FINAS SOBRE LAS 26 QUE ILUSTRAN AL ORIGINAL POR D. MIGUEL SANCHEZ TARAMAS. ESTA IMPORTANTE OBRA CONTIENE TODAS LAS INDICACIONES NECESARIAS SOBRE ARTE MILITAR Y CIVIL, TEORIA DE LOS MUROS Y ARCOS, CONOCIMIENTO DE LAS MATERIAS Y COMO LLEVARLAS A LA PRACTICA, SEGUN EL TERRENO. CONTIENE GRAN NUMERO DE LAMINAS GRABADAS CON ELEMENTOS ESTRUCTURALES, PLANOS, EDIFICIOS, ETC. TAMBIÉN ACOMPAÑADO DE TABLAS, CALCULOS Y FORMULAS. ARTE MILITAR. EXCELENTES EJEMPLARES. MUY BUENA CONSERVACIÓN. Size: 20 X 15

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        Tratado de Fortificacion, o Arte de construir los Edificios Militares, y Civiles. [in 2 volumes]

      Thomas Piferrer, Barcelona 1769 - Two volumes bound in vellum, 430 and 356 pages. Illustrated with 48 black-and-white folding plates. "Escrito en Ingles, por Juan Muller. Traducido en Castellano, Dividido en Dos Tomos, y Aumentado con Notas, Adiciones, y 22. Laminas finas sobre las 26., que ilustran al Original, por D. Miguel Sanchez Taramas, Capitan de Infanteria, e Ingeniero Ordinario de los Exercitos de S. M., actualmente empleado en la enfenanza de la Real Academia Militar de Mathematicas establecida en Barcelona." Ex-library with small stamp to upper right corner of both covers, small ink numbers at bases of spines, and stamps to title pages. Text blocks separated from bindings and damage to front pastedown of vol. II. Pages showing some waviness as is typical of books of this age, but otherwise text blocks and fold-out plates are in fine condition. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LES TRACASSERIES / UN JEU DE LA FORTUNE / ENCORE DES MENECHMES / LA NOCE SANS MARIAGE / LES TROIS MARIS

      Paris. 19th century mottled calf with five plays bound in one volume. hb leather.. 8vo, The boards are bowed & the rear joint is tender. Conts. browned at margins. Fourth play stained at bottom; else good+ condition. . Louis-Benoit Picard (1769-1828) was a French playwright and member of the Academie-Francaise. He was born in Paris and wrote 85 plays, which were meticulously crafted and shrewdly observant of contemporary manners (see W. Staaks, "The Theatre of Louis-Benoit Picard"). This unique volume contains five of Picard's plays bound into one volume: (1) "Les Tracasseries, ou Monsieur et Madame Tatillon" which was presented for the first time in Paris, at the Comedie Francaise on June 25, 1804. This is the first edition, published in 1804, and is signed on the copyright page by the publisher, Mme. Masson (80 pages); (2) "Un Jeu de la Fortune, ou Les Marionnettes", presented for the first time in Paris, May 14, 1806. This is the first edition, published in 1806, in Paris, by Chez Martinet, and contains 121 pages; (3) "Encore Des Menechmes", a comedy presented for the first time in 1791. This edition published in Paris, in 1802, by the booksellers Huet, Ravinet and Charon (96 pages); (4) "La Noce Sans Mariage", presented for the first time in Paris in 1805. Published by Madame Masson in that year and signed by her on the copyright page (96 pages); (5) "Les Trois Maris", date of first presentation not stated. Published by the booksellers Huet and Charon - no year of publishing stated. WorldCat suggests 1800, although the website for the Comedie Francaise gives the year of the first performance as 1801 (104 pages). It is evident that these five plays were not published together, but were bound so at a later date, probably in 1806, or shortly thereafter. .

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        Description générale, historique, géographique et physique de la colonie de Surinam.

      Amsterdam, Van Harrevelt, 1769. - 2 vols.in 1. XXIV+252;(IV)+352 pp. With fold. engr. map by A. de Lavaux (44 x 56 cm) & 3 fold. engr. plates. List of plantations referring to numbers on the map. Hardcover. Contemp. half morocco with 2 gilt lettered title labels on spine; red paper edges. (Spine ends sl. rubbed, corners sl. bumped; corners of endpapers sl. browned; else fine spotless copy). * Provenance: Lundsbergs Skola, with bookplate & label on front pastedown. - Sabin 24112; Tiele bibliogr. 356; Cat. Nederl. Hist. Scheepvaart Museum 281. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Decouverte de la Maison de Campagne d'Horace. (In Three Volumes).

      Rome. L'imprimerie de Zempel chez Jean Ughetti Marchand Libraire. 1767-1769. - 8vo, 19.8cm, in 3 volumes, lxxx,366 & xvi,477,(1) & xvi,568pp., copper engraved frontis in volume one, 5 header vignettes, title pages printed in red and black, large engraved folding map (missing lower corner slightly affecting index), additions & corrections, in contemporary full speckled calf, full gilt decorations in the panels, gilt titles on crushed morocco labels, volume labels deteriorated, original marbled endpapers, small circular paper library label on volume one, some slight wear on the edges, a fine sound set (s13). ~ A note in Volume 3 explains that the first two volumes were published in 1767, (printed by Zempel) while the third was published in 1769 (printed by Komareck). The results of an extensive search to find Horace's summer home in the Sabine hills, near modern Tivoli, by Bertrand Capmartin de Chaupy (1720-1798), a Roman Catholic priest. Around 34 B.C. Horace was presented with the Sabine farm by Maecenas and it is felt that the rural atmosphere inspired many passages in his "Odes" and "Epistles". A very scarce, and attractive, set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Patrick McGahern Books, Inc. (ABAC)]
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        Architettura delle strade antiche e moderne. Trasportata dalla Francese nell'Italiana favella, con Annotazioni, e con L'Itineraio di tutte le Strade antiche Romane in Italia, da Domenico Roselli Capitan T.e Ing.re delle Strade Regie, Fabbriche, &c.

      presso Antonio Veronese,, in Vicenza, 1769 - In-4° (225x175mm), pp. XCVIII, (2), legatura di inizio Ottocento in m. pelle verde cupo e angoli con titolo, filetti e fiorellini dorati al dorso. Tagli a spruzzo. Ritratto a p. pag. del Diedo entro cornice. Testatine e capilettera ornati incisi su rame. In fine, 5 tavv. ripiegate incise su rame. Freschissimo esemplare. Prima edizione italiana del Traité de la construction des chemins, ou il est parle de ceux des Romains & de ceux des modernes, importante trattato del Gautier sull'architettura delle strade, con particolare riferimento alle antiche strade militari romane (Via Flaminia, Aurelia, Numentana, Tiburtina, Prenestina, Appia, Aurelia, etc.). L'opera presenta inoltre cenni sulle "Strade Regie d'America", sulle "Strade Regie dei moderni", sulle strade in pianura, nei terreni paludosi, presso stagni, laghi, fiumi e presso la sponda del mare, delle strade costeggianti poggi o declivii montani, delle strade nelle valli, dei lastricati e selciati, sull'"Itinerario d'Antonino sulle Strade antiche Romane d'Italia". Hubert Gautier, spesso chiamato erronamente Henri (Nîmes, 1660-Parigi, 1737) fu per 28 anni ingegnere nella provincia di Languedoc e scisse, fra l'altro, un pregevole Traité des Ponts (1716), il primo trattato sistematico dedicato all'architettura dei ponti. Cicognara, 923. Cfr. Graesse, III, 37. Brunet, VI, 8808. Poggendorff, I, 858. Wolf, 558. Singer, IV, 522. Goldsmiths, 6056. Kress, 3381. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)]
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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 Spalanzani par M. l'Abbé Regley Avec des notes, des recherches physiques & métaphysiques sur la nature & la religion, & une nouvelle théorie de la terre, par M. de Needham

      Lacombe, Londres & a Paris 1769 - First edition, 2 parts in 1; 8vo, pp. [2], ii, liv, [2], 298; [4], xvi, 293, [1] errata; 9 engraved plates (6 folding); contemporary full calf, red morocco label on gilt-decorated spine; top of spine chipped level with text block, cracks starting at the ends of the joints; good and sound. The second part, with separate title page, has title: 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        JUICIO IMPARCIAL SOBRE LAS LETRAS EN FORMA DE BREVE QUE HA PUBLICADO LA CURIA ROMANA

      - Juicio imparcial somre 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.- Madrid, En la Oficina de D. Joachín de Ibarra Impresor de Cámara de S. M., M.DCC.LXIX (1769); en folio holandesa con puntas del XIX, 4 hojas incluida portada, 337 páginas. SIGUE: APENDICE DE DOCUMENTOS AL JUICIO IMPARCIAL Sobre el Monitorio de Roma, publicado contra las Regalías de Parma.- Madrid M.DCC.LXIX (1769); 4 hojas, incluida portada, 48 páginas. Ejemplar con amplios márgenes. Exlibris de anterio propieterio en sello de caucho en la página 123. Notas manuscritas de época en el margen externo de las páginas 9, 13, 28 y 54 que han sido conservadas al ecuadernar quedando en ellas más margen que en el testo de las hojas. Alguna manchas de humedad antígua en el papel. Palau nº 125179. Ejemplar de la segunda tirada ampliada y corregida respecto a la primera de 1768.

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        Colonial governor of Massachusetts Thomas Pownall lauds the American cause in 1769

      Excellent content Autograph Letter Signed "Th. Pownall", 2.5 pages, on two conjoined sheets, 7.25" x 8.75", London, June 26, 1769, to Sir William Johnson who has docketed on the verso "London, June 26th, 1769, Govr. Pownall's Letter." The writer of this great colonial letter, an intimate friend of Benjamin Franklin, had been the colonial governor of Massachusetts until 1760, and continued to be an ardent champion of American causes in the British Parliament. Folds, marginal soiling. Fine condition with dark, bold, and legible writing.The letter reads, in part: "Although there has been an interruption in our correspondence, there has been none in our friendship. I am now in a situation independent not only of Gov but also independent of all the Parties & Factions with which our Affairs are perplext....When I left America I saw things getting into factions amongst ye Officers & King's Servants there. I saw some of my friends (some that I most esteemed, yourself

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        Naturgeschichte merkwürdiger Thiere in welcher vornemlich neue und unbekannte Thierarten durch Kupferstiche, Beschreibungen und Erklärungen erläutert werden. Aus dem Lateinischen von C. Baldinger and Chr. Erxleben. Sammlung (=Parts) I-X. (rare hand-coloured edition).

      . Berlin and Stralsund, A. Lange, 1769-1778. 4to. With 43 contemporary hand-coloured plates plus an extra suite of the same 43 plates in uncoloured state. 519 [50+36+36+24+44+60+43+43+120+63] pp. Contemporary speckled boards.* Pallas laid the basis for this work with his research on specimens contained in Dutch natural history cabinets, describing exotic species from all over the world. In 1767 Pallas was invited by Catherine II of Russia to become professor at the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences. Between 1769 and 1774 he led an expedition to Siberia, collecting natural history specimens (some of which were also described in this title). He started working on the "Spicilegia Zoologica" in 1769 in Berlin, but finished the work in St. Petersburg. This is the rare German translation of the "Spicilegia". This copy is without part XI which was published several years later by another publisher. Largely devoted to vertebrata (in particular mammals, birds, and fish, with a few frogs or toads), the work contains also new descriptions of Insecta and arachnids (three plate), crustaceans, and Mollusca. Vague library stamp on title page. Contents very good, the coloured plates fresh and vivid. The uncoulored plates with some browning, a few more heavily uniformly age toned. A special copy with the plates both in coloured and uncoloured state. Nissen ZBI, 3073..

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        The History of England

      London: for Edward and Charles Dilly,, 1769-72. from the accession of James I to the elevation of the House of Hanover. Edit. III. 5 volumes (all published to date), octavo (210 × 132 mm). Contemporary sprinkled calf, spines gilt in compartments, contrasting red morocco lettering- and numbering-pieces, marbled endpapers. Engraved medallion portrait frontispiece. Bookplates of H. Moody. Spines rather worn, still a very good set. First octavo edition, complete to that date (the first four volumes are dated 1769, while the fifth bears no edition statement and is dated 1772). Catharine Macaulay's history was published episodically, the first volume in 1763, the fourth in 1768, and the fifth (covering events to the Restoration) in 1772. Her decision to leave London for Bath in 1774 to improve her health, which had been badly affected by the effort of completing her latest volume, led to a hiatus and publication was not resumed until two more volumes appeared in 1781 and the eighth and final volume in 1783. Macaulay's freely expressed republican ideas and warmly expressed sympathy for the colonists had significant influence in America, and through her History she became acquainted with Benjamin Franklin, Josiah Quincy, Benjamin Rush, Richard Henry Lee, John Adams, Ezra Styles, and Jonathan Mayhew, many of whom visited her in Britain.

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        Tratado de Fortificacion o Arte de Construir los edificios Milit

      Thomas Piferrer, Barcelona 1769 - Ejemplar con las 26 l?minas que dice Palau mas 22 de adicionales y mapa plegado,todas las laminas tambien plegadas,en buen estado asi como las paginas del libro.La Pasta espa?ola esta en mal estado Paginas:

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        The Case of the Late Election for the County of Middlesex, Considered On the Principles of the Constitution, and the Authorities of Law. Not separately listed in Eller, who also does not list the London variant printings of 1769; compare Eller 231. Quarto

      Printed for T. Cadell (Successor to Mr. Millar) in the Strand, London 1769 - Modern calf, very light browning, a good, wide-margined copy, with the half-title; 44 pages Blackstone's passionate invocation of the common law as the source of the House of Common's power to expel a member, and his principal contribution to English constitutional law outside the Commentaries; not seen by Eller and surprisingly uncommon

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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        The Case of the Late Election for the County of Middlesex, Considered On the Principles of the Constitution, and the Authorities of Law. Eller 231 [citing the University of Chicago Library copy of 48 pages, as here]. Quarto

      London: Printed for T. Cadell (Successor to Mr. Millar) in the Strand, 1769. Modern marbled stabbed wraps, light browning, the half-title a bit dusty, else a good, generously margined copy; 48 pages Blackstone's passionate invocation of the common law as the source of the House of Common's power to expel a member, and his principal contribution to English constitutional law outside the Commentaries; not seen by Eller and surprisingly uncommon

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        Georgian Silver Salver

      London, 1769. Antikes Karten- bzw. Brieftablett von Coker aus London 1769. Massives Sterling Silber, 10 inch (25,4 cm) Durchmesser. Guter Zustand, selten und sammelwürdig. Weitere Infos und Fotos auf Anfrage per Email (oder Sie rufen uns an). Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns für mehr Informationen. Please contact us for more information.

      [Bookseller: Karsten Buchholz KG]
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        A Complete Concordance To The Old And New Testament Or A Dictionary And Alphabetical Index To The Bible With A Complete Table Of Proper Names With Their Meanings In The Original Languages, A Concordance To The Proper Names Of The Old And New Testament, A Concordance To The Apocrypha, And A Compendium Of The Holy Scriptures, Etc., Etc

      Frederick Warne And Co., Ltd.. Hardcover. NEAR FINE. Inside fine. Little sign of use. Foot of spine slightly bumped. Slight edge tanning. Blue cloth with gilt on spine. Clipped dustjacket with slight marks and slight wear; pencil price on flap. A reprint of the whole text of the original (updated with the author's last corrections to the Third Edition 1769). With a memoir by William Youngman. Main text in 3 columns of small close type. Heavy book - delivery restrictions may apply. 752 pages. Main language English. No ISBN shown. Weight 1257g. Offers always considered - please contact us.

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        A SIX WEEKS TOUR THROUGH THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES Describing Particulary, I. The Present State of Agriculture and Manufactures, II. The Different Methods of Cultivating Soil,III. The Success Attending Some Late Experiments on Various Graffes, IV. The Prices of Labour and Provisions, V. The State of the Working Poor in Those Counties, wherein the Riots were Most Remarkable

      Strahan 1769 - Second edition. 8vo. 377 pages. Bound in contemporary full calf. A very good copy, with spine tips rubbed and joints a little worn. With pull out plate illustrating tools of husbandry, plus one woodcut in the text.

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        Beyträge zur Geschichte merkwürdiger Bücher

      Bützow, Berger 1769 -1774. 18 cm. Stück 1-8 (von 9) in 1 Band. 634 Seiten kartoniert der Zeit - Diesch 254 - Ebert 13335 - Es erschien noch Stück 9. Beschrieben werden 184 überwiegend theologische Bücher. 1: Bibeln; 2: Inkunabeln; 3: Kirchenordnungen; 4: Bücher zur Confessio Augustana; 5: U. a. Verzeichnis der Lutherischen Bibelübersetzungen von 1517 bis 1534; 6: Glaubensbekenntnisse, Bibelkommentare und a.; 7: Kirchenrecht, Konzile und a.; 8: Lateinische Bibelausgaben und a. Masch (1724 - 1807) war seit 1765 Hofprediger von Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Rücken restauriert, gelegentlich leicht fleckig, in der Paginierung sind die Seiten 161-176 und 357-360 übersprungen. -

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        Einleitung zur Erkentnis und Gebrauch der Erd- und Himmels-Kugeln, auf die leichteste Art in Frag und Antwort dergestalt eingerichtet, daß man nicht nur diese Wissenschaft deutlich erlernen, sondern auch zugleich dadurch zur Hochachtung und Verehrung des Schöpfers aufgemuntert werden kann.

      Nürnberg, Monath, 1769. - 2 Teile in 1 Band. 3 Blatt, 104 Seiten, 144 Seiten. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz und 15 gefalteten kolorierten Kupfertafeln. Originaler Halbleder-Einband der Zeit mit Rückenschild. Einband leicht berieben. Eintragung von alter Hand auf vorderem Vorsatz. Innen wenig braunfleckig. Gutes Exemplar mit den schönen Kupfertafeln u.a. mit Globendarstellungen im prachtvollem Altkolorit. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Essay on the Natural History of Guiana, in South America. Containing a description of many curious productions in the animal and vegetable systems of that country. Together with an account of the religion, manners, and customs of several tribes of its Indian inhabitants. Interspersed with a variety of literary and medical observations in several letters from a gentleman of the medical faculty during his residence in that country

      Printed for T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt in the Strand, London First Edition . London 1769. - First edition hard back in old contemporary full leather boards which have been re-backed and had new corners applied, new green morocco and gilt title label to the spine. 8vo. 8½'' x 5¼''. Contains [iv] 402 [vi] printed pages of text with frontispiece of a Double-headed Snake found by Lieutenant Mofes Park in 1764. Age toning to the page edges and end papers, smart bookplate inside belonging to one Robert Montgomery on board the 'Convoy'. Bancroft worked as a spy for Benjamin Franklin in Britain before the Revolution, and while serving as secretary to the American Commission in Paris. On 14 July 1763 he departed the colonies for British Guiana, where he became a doctor on a plantation. He soon expanded his practice to multiple plantations and wrote a study of the local environment. His discovery that the torpedo fish discharged electricity is notable, he also noted the transmission of yaws by flies on page 385 of this book. Bancroft grew tired of South America and left in 1766. He spent a year travelling between North America and South America before leaving for London. During the latter period, he was also a spy for Britain, reporting on dealings between France and the United States. Member of the P.B.F.A. GUYANA [Guiana] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The history and adventures of an atom. In two volumes [First Issue]

      Printed for Robinson and Roberts MDCCXLIX [but 1769], London - First Issue (with the erroneous date 1749 on the title page). 12mo: viii,227;[ii],190pp. Half title in Volume II only. Newly bound by Fitterer in period-style speckled calf, spine in six compartments divided by raised bands ruled in gilt, with green morocco letter piece gilt, top edge gilt, end papers renewed. A nearly pristine copy, the pages very lightly and evenly toned. Rothschild 1923. ESTC Citation No. T55310. Although Adventures of an Atom is generally accepted as by Smollett, there is no conclusive proof that he wrote it. "There is no reference to it in his letters or those of his correspondents, but it was attributed to him in the London Chronicle (8–11 April 1769). With echoes of the humour of Rabelais, it is a rumbustious, at times scatological, satire on British political life, transposed to Japan. [The 'atom' is the supposed narrator, a witness to the events and somehow able to communicate them to modern listeners. ] It may be that Smollett, sensing that his remaining days were few, revived his vituperative energies to target enemies, including Pitt, Cumberland, Mansfield, and Wilkes. If his, it was a pungent valediction. He took his leave of Hume in an affectionate letter of 31 August 1768 before going into ‘a perpetual exile’ (Letters, 136)." (ODNB) A Key to the pseudonyms is given by Thomas Seccombe in the bibliographical introduction to vol. XII of Smollett's Works. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        ATLAS NOVUS REIPUBLICAE HELVETICAE XX MAPPIS COMPOSITUS SUMTIBUS HOMANNIANIS HEREDIBUS.

      - Nuremberg, 1769. 33x52,5 cm. Recueil de 20 grandes cartes de la Suisse sur double pages, en couleurs ! Augmenté d'une carte de Neuchâtel et Valangin dressée en 1778. Reliure de la fin du XVIIIème siècle ou du début du XIXème siècle en demi-basane à petits coins. Plats recouverts de papier beige moucheté. Dos lisse orné de bandes dorées. Titre sur pièce de couleur orangée. Petites traces d'usage sur la reliure et papier très légèrement bruni par endroit, sinon ouvrage en excellent état et complet, ce qui est exceptionnel ! Liste des cartes : 1) Carte générale de la Suisse 1751, 2) Carte des religions en Suisse 1732, 3) Turgovie 1765, 4) Berne 1765, 5) Lucerne 1763, 6) Uri 1768, 7) Schwyz 1767, 8) Unterwald 1767, 9) Zug 1768, 10) Glaris 1768, 11) Bâle 1767, 12) Fribourg 1767, 13) Soleure 1766, 14) Schaffhouse 1753, 15) Appenzell 1765, 16) St-Gall 1768, 17) Grisons 1768, 18) Valais 1768, 19) Lac Léman & Genève 1766, 20) Lac de Constance & Turgovie. + Neuchâtel & Valangin en supplément 1778.

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