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        Nachrichten von den Eisbergen in Tyrol.

      Wien, Kurzböcken, 1773. 12 n.n. + 96 S. Priv. HLd. der Zeit. Mit den Vignetten und den fünf gefalteten Kupferstichen. - Im Bug bis S. 1 etw. wasserrandig, leicht stockfleckig, hds. Notiz a. V., Ebd. etw. berieben, leichte Gbrsp. - Ein Jahr nach dem Ausbruch des Rofener Eissees im Jahre 1771 hat Joseph Walcher, (1718 - 1803), Professor für Mathematik und Physik an der Universität in Wien, den Vernagtferner besucht und mit den \"Nachrichten von den Eisbergen im Tyrol\" (1773) die erste wissenschaftliche Abhandlung über die Ötztaler Gletscher verfasst. (Zitat, NDB) Versand D: 7,00 EUR Tirolensien

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        OBRAS

      - Obras de Lorenzo Gracian.- En Madrid: en la imprenta de Pedro Marín, 1773; 2 tomos en 8º mayor plena piel nervios y dos tejuelos en lomo 1º: Que contiene El Criticon, primera, segunda y tercera parte: y el Heroe, portada, 1 h. 678 pp. 1h. 2º, Que contiene: La Agudeza, y arte del ingenio: El Discreto: El Político Don Fernando el Catolico: Meditaciones varias para antes y despues de la Sagrada Comunion, que hasta ahora ha corrido con titulo de Comulgador, portada, 624 pp. 5 hh. Palau: 106849

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        Èléments de la Politique, ou Recherche des vrais principes de l'E conomie sociale.

      1773 1773 - 6 vols. Londres 1773. Copy with wide margin bound in nice contemporary full leather with coloured labels and richly gilt on spines. Bindings marked of use, some leaves weakly foxed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Handbuch der Naturgeschichte oder Vorstellung der Allmacht, Weisheit und Güte Gottes in den Werken der Natur.

       Aus dem Französischen übersetzt. Mit Churfürstl. Sächsischer allergnädigster Freiheit. 1. Band, welcher den Menschen und die vierfüßigen Thiere enthält. Mit Frontispiz, Titelvignette, (6 Tafeln im Text) und II, VII Tafeln, Nürnberg, Chr. Gotthold Hauffe, 1773, (7 Blätter), 292, 336 Seiten, ( 2 Blätter), Band 2, welcher die Vögel enthält, 1773, mit Frontispiz, Titelvignette und 11 Kupferplatten, davon Tafel 2 von alter Hand koloriert, (7 Blätter), 404 Seiten, (5 Blätter), Band 3, welcher die Fische enthält, 1774, mit Titelvignette und 12 Kupferplatten, (7 Blätter), 352 Seiten, Vorsatz fehlt, Band 4, welcher die Insecten enthält, 1774, mit Titelvignette und 7 Kupferplatten, (8 Blätter), 408 Seiten, Vorsatz fehlt, 19,5x12, Pappbände der Zeit mit handgeschriebenem Rückenschild, alle berieben/bestoßen, stockfleckig, Name und Anmerkungen auf Vorsätzen, Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, 4 Bände, komplett,Versand D: 4,90 EUR Naturgeschichte

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        An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, and successively performed by Commodore Byron, Captain Wallis, Captain Carteret, and Captain Cook, in the Dolphin, the Swallow and the Endeavour; drawn up from the journals which were kept by the several Commanders, and from the papers of Joseph Banks

      W. Strahan and T. Cadell, London 1773 - London: W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 3 vols, quarto, 52 engraved maps and plates (ppxxix-xxxiv and 425-496 misbound in Vol.1; neatly repaired 3.5 inch tear to pp.571/2 in vol.1; light insect wear to outer edges, esp. Vol. 1. Contemporary diced russia, single gilt fillet border, expertly rebacked to style, spines in 6 compartments with raised bands, black morocco lettering-piece in the secord compartment, red/brown lettering piece in the third, the others with repeat decoration in gilt and blind. A near fine copy of the first edition of this work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Account of the Voyages Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere; South Pole and Round the World; A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean and the Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere. The First, Second and Third Voyages. [1st, 2nd and 3rd editions Respectively

      ] W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1773;W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1777; G. Nicol, and T. Cadell. 1785. Quarto & Folio. CAPT. COOK'S THREE VOYAGES IN EIGHT VOLUMES PLUS ATLAS VOLUME WITH THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN COOK PLATE AND THE CHART OF MAGAELLAN In nine volumes; eight quarto volumes plus folio Atlas volume. An early issue of the First edition of the First Voyage which lacks the f2 (placement of the cuts and chart) but retains the large folding chart of the Straits of Magellan. [Hocken pp. 10-11; Spence p.9; Rothchild 668] and first editions of volumes two and three in which the pagination in these two volumes is continuous rather than separate pagination. On laid paper marked GR. All together containing 204 Maps, Plates, Plans or Views, most folding, and includes Webber's Death of Cook Plate (in Atlas volume)., [Davidson, pp. 53-54: "The importance of the work cannot be overstated as it is not only the first published account of the voyage but it is also an interesting narrative of the expedition.... It will always be a highlight of any collection." ] Bookplate: The Hon. George Baillie, Esq. One of the Lords of the Treasury 1724 in all eight volumes while atlas volume contains the bookplate of Henry Goodwin Rooth (1861-1928) who was a West India merchant and ship-owner, barrister, Metropolitan Police Court Magistrate (1917-1928). All the 8 volumes with very early rebacking with original spines laid down and superbly executed without disturbing the endpapers. There are a few internal repairs but most are marginal without penetrating any plates with the exception of a corner or two and again masterfully done. Some occasional foxing or off-setting to facing pages of plates, plates may exhibit minor toning but mostly clean. Atlas volume had been rebacked and re-cornered and the plates in this volume are quite fresh. Each volume has been carefully collated and a full disclosure of collation and condition upon request.

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        Die Gebräuche und Ceremonien der Griechischen Kirche in Russland,

      1773 1773 - oder Beschreibung ihrer Lehre, Gottesdientes und Kirchendisciplin. Aus dem Englishcen übersetzt. Riga: Johann Friedrich Harknoch 1773. Med en foldet planche, der viser Devitza klosterkirke ved St. Petersborg samt 12 plancher. [20] + 444 s. Samt. hlvldr. med forgyldt ryg, titelfelt mangler. With one folding plate showing Devitza abbey church in St. Petersborg and 12 plates. Contp. halfleather, spine gilt, lacks title-label. * Et meget rent ekspl. 1. engelske udg. udkom 1772. A very clean copy. 1st English edit. was publ. 1772. Lippenheide Oc 29. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, in Which the Words are deduced from their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To Which are Prefixed a History of the Language and An English Grammar

      London: by W. Strahan for W. Strahan, J.& F. Rivington [and others], 1773. 2 volumes. The Fourth edition, the highly important final folio edition to be revised by Johnson himself. Provenance: Sir James & Lucy Esdaile (inscription dated (?)1775); James Kennedy Esdaile (armorial bookplate); Edmund Esdaile, Pembroke College, Oxford (inscription). Title-pages printed in red and black. Royal folio (425 X 265mm), in original binding of full calf over thick boards, the backs expertly restored to full period grandeur with elaborate gilt tooled compartments with grand central tools and extensive additional tooling all in gilt between gilt decorated bands, two compartments with contrasting red and green labels gilt lettered and decorated, endpapers marbled. A very attractive set, the original calf with some pleasant age, corners consolidated, first two leaves of Vol. I with some normal creasing, the text clean and fresh, withal a very solid, handsome copy in fine state. A VERY HANDSOME SET OF THE HIGHLY IMPORTANT FOURTH EDITION, which was the last in which Samuel Johnson himself had any involvement. TEXTUALLY, IT IS CONSIDERED TO BE THE BEST EDITION of Johnson's great work and THE MOST IMPORTANT EDITION AFTER THE FIRST. It contains Johnson's advertisement (THE FIRST EDITION TO DO SO) in which he states, 'Perfection is unattainable, but nearer and nearer approaches may be made; and finding my Dictionary about to be reprinted, I have endeavoured, by a revisal, to make it less reprehensible'. Johnson, in undertaking the vast work of creating his dictionary, set out to perform single handed for the English language what the French Academy, a century before, had attempted for French. He hope to produce "a dictionary by which the pronunciation of our language may be fixed, and its attainment facilitated;" and though, of course, no language can be frozen in time, by aiming at fixing the language he succeeded in giving the standard of reputable use. As Noah Webster stated, his work "had, in philology, the effect which Newton's discoveries had in mathematics." "Johnson's achievement marked an epoch in the history of the language. The result of nine years labor, it did more than any other work before or since towards fixing the language. The preface ranks among Johnson's finest writings. The most amazing, enduring, and endearing one-man feat in the field of lexicography" (Printing and the Mind of Man).

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        THE PALLADIUM OF CONSCIENCE; OR, THE FOUNDATION OF RELIGIOUS LIBERTY DISPLAYED, ASSERTED, AND ESTABLISHED, AGREEABLE TO ITS TRUE AND GENUINE PRINCIPLES, ABOVE THE REACH OF ALL PETTY TYRANTS...BEING A NECESSARY COMPANION FOR EVERY LOVER OF RELIGIOUS LIBERTY. AND AN INTERESTING APPENDIX TO BLACKSTONE'S COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND

      America [i.e. Philadelphia], 1773. Antique half calf and marbled boards. Old ex-lib.marks, not obtrusive, with a perforated stamp on two internal titlepages and one text leaf. Lightly tanned. Overall, internally clean and very good. The third printing by Bell of this important and influential commentary on Blackstone, and the first one published under the present title. Bell first printed these collected works as the fifth volume to the first American edition of Blackstone's COMMENTARIES..., published in 1772. He changed the title for this third printing, perhaps to boost sagging sales numbers. Blackstone's work is considered the definitive pre- Revolutionary source on the Common Law, doing much to define conceptions of personal rights and the relationship between the English citizen and his government. The works collected herein include rejoinders to Blackstone by Joseph Priestley and Philip Furneaux, with Blackstone's responses. They specifically address Blackstone's writings on religious liberty and toleration, and the rights of nonconformists. The philosophical issues addressed in these essays, especially the concepts of personal rights and the obligations of a subject to authority were obviously of great importance to American colonists in the years just before the outbreak of the Revolution (Thomas Jefferson, for example, had a copy of the second Bell printing of these commentaries). This is underscored by Bell's reference to "petty tyrants" in the title, and his proud designation of "America" as the place of publication. All three printings of this work are bibliographically complex, with leaves printed variously in octavo and quarto formats. Evans is mistaken in attributing a publication date of 1774 to the present printing, it is actually 1773. A scarce and important consideration of personal liberties, published on the eve of the Revolution.

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        Ragionamento sopra l'uso ed abuso del tabacco.Rome, Arcangelo Casaletti, 1773. 8vo. Yellow wrappers (ca. 1900?).

      Arents 875; ICCU (8 copies). Rare first and only edition of a treatise on the use and abuse of tobacco, according to its own title, though the author, the physician Giuseppe Maria Silvestri, regards nearly all use as abuse. Silvestri strongly opposes all use of tobacco for pleasure or in social activities, considering it extremely dangerous and evil. He cites his own experiments injecting tobacco juice into the blood veins of animals, which rapidly caused convulsions and death. He also quotes extensively from previous medical writers and others citing deaths from its use as snuff or from smoking. Medicinal used carefully supervised by a knowledgeable physician he finds acceptable in cases of extreme need. Finally he declares that God put tobacco in America because it was not suited for use by Europeans. He nevertheless provides some information on its origins, introduction to Italy and preparation for use.With library stamp. Some minor and mostly marginal foxing, but still in good condition. A vociferous treatise against smoking.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Vaud. - Ollon. - 3 parchemins manuscrits d?Ollon VD du XVIIIe s.

      1726-1773, - Il s?agit d?actes juridiques rédigés par et portant le seigne de notaires locales:1) 1726: Réception de Jean Daniel, fils de feu Jean Daniel Meffat, bourgeois de Vevey et de son vivant notaire et commissaire, en tant que communier d?Ollon contre paiement d?une taxe et l?obligation de planter et élever 3 noyers sur les communs. Belle initiale avec 2 visages, parchemin plié (32x47 cm). 2) 1728: Echange de vignes à Aigle, St-Saphorin et Antagnes entre Jean, fils de Pierre Pousaz du Coterd d?Ollon et Jeanne Marie Ruchet, femme de Pierre Croset d?Antagnes. Parchemin plié (23x49 cm), 2 petits trous d?origine, sinon bon état.3) 1773: Un double acte des réceptions d?André Gabriel Cossy, bourgeois de St-Saphorin et chirurgien demeurant à Ollon depuis longtemps, comme communier d?Ollon et également comme bourgeois des ,quatre dixains? de ce même lieu. Les 2 actes sont rédigés sur le même parchemin par deux différents notaires avec des sceaux différents (le sceau d?Ollon pour le ,communage? et celui du châtelain pour la bourgeoisie). A part les taxes à payer M. Cossy devait fournir un seau en cuir pour le ?service de la ceringue? ainsi que planter et élever 3 noyers sur les communs et finalement offrir du vin pour chaque chef de famille du mandement d?Ollon (et il s?agissait déjà d?une grande commune à cette époque). Parchemin plié (47x57 cm) avec 2 sceaux rouges, quelques petits trous de vers, sinon bon état.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Abhandlungen aus der Insektologie.

      Gebauer, Halle 1773 - Die extrem seltene 1. Ausgabe. 64, 414 S. Pp. d. Zt. (Absplitterungen, beschabt), komplett mit 6 (5 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln und einer gr. gefalt. Tabelle. Kl. Bes.verm. a.V., Gelenk vor Titel u. n. Register aufgeplatzt, Bindung jedoch fest. Einige S. und 2 der Tafeln teils leicht fleckig, sonst sauber. +++ Erste deutsche Ausgabe. ¿ Hagen I, 71, 2. Horn-Sch. 8027. Nissen 462. Fromm 3612. ¿ Frühes Werk des Schweizer Naturforschers Charles Bonnet (1720-1793), 1745 unter dem Titel Traité d¿insectologie veröffentlicht, in dem er die von ihm entdeckte eingeschlechtliche Fortpflanzung der Blattlaus, "his first and greatest discovery, the parthenogenesis of the aphid" (DSB II, 286), ausführlich darlegt; der zweite Teil des Werkes enthält Bonnets "Beobachtungen über einige Arten Würme des süssen Wassers, aus welchen, wenn man sie in Stücken schneidet, eben so viel ganze Würme werden", also ein Kapitel aus der Helminthologie ¿ die Wissenschaft von den Würmern, speziell den Eingeweidewürmern, war Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts noch keine eigene Disziplin, weil Würmer und Insekten allgemein als eine Tierklasse galten. ¿ Übersetzt hat die Abhandlungen Johann August Ephraim Goeze (1731-1793), wie sein berühmter älterer Bruder Johann Melchior Pastor, zugleich aber außerdem ein Zoologe, der hauptsächlich über Eingeweidewürmer und Insekten geforscht und die Übersetzung von Bonnets Werk an zahlreichen Stellen mit kundigen Anmerkungen und einem Anhang mit eigenen Beobachtungen an Blattläusen und Wasserinsekten bereichert hat. +++ Aus Nichtraucherhaushalt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle 1773.

      London: 1773 - Vol. XLII. 8vo, (iv) 655pp & 17pp index, 22 copper plate engravings, some folding, & 1 folding map. Directions to the Binder for placing the plates calls for a Chart of the S. Sea at p590, but this plate was obviously never included as there is no impression mark. Bound in original full diced calf, raised bands, gilt title. Hinges starting, extremes rubbed o/w a very good copy. Contains 6 articles about Cook & the S. Pacific, ranging from 4 to 7 pages each in length. The engraving of a kangaroo at p320 (after George Stubbs) is the first published representation of a kangaroo. The breadfruit and Maori canoe illustrated at p433 are after Parkinson. These are rather oddly engraved with a cut of a coin, which a reader wishes to have identified. 2 articles covering the discovery of the East coast of Australia & Tahiti titled "An Epitome of the Voyage round the World, by Lieutenant Cook." Also "An Epitome of the Dolphin and Tamar's Voyage round the World, under the Command of Commodore Byron and Capt. Mourat" and "Epitome of Capt. Wallis's Voyage round the World." There is a little mis-numbering of pages sprinkled throughout, but particularly in the Sept.& Dec. issues. September should start at page 417, (August correctly ends at p416), but instead September starts at p. 409. It runs from 409 to 424 correctly, then skips to p. 433. However, this is a printer's mis-numbering error, as the text flows continuously through p 470, 4pp addenda. (There even appears to be an extra (unnumbered page here). November ends p 584, but December starts at p. 576 & runs through p. 624. There follows a Supplement numbered pp 629-655, then an Index of 17 unnumbered pages. The numbering after December makes it appear that there are 5pp missing - however, the format for December is consistent with previous months, and we feel this is just another printer's error. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Traité du suicide ou du meurtre volontaire de soi-même

      1773 - de VIII, 444 et (6) pages Amsterdam, Changuion, 1773, in-8, de VIII, 444 et (6) pages, plein veau marbré de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné, pièce de titre, tranches rouges (coins émoussés), Première édition. Pasteur français de Leipzig en Allemagne, Jean Dumas réfute les arguments traditionnels en faveur du suicide et examine la défense qui en est faite dans la littérature et la philosophie de l'époque, en particulier par Rousseau, Montesquieu et d'Holbach. "Depuis quelques temps le suicide devient trop commun dans toutes les parties du monde chrétien, pour ne devoir pas fixer l'attention des Amis de la Société et des Hommes". En 1769 à Paris, 147 personnes se seraient donné volontairement la mort. Malgré des rousseurs, bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage en Sicile et a Malthe.Amsterdam, D.J. Changuion, 1776. 2 volumes. 12mo. With folding engraved map by A.v. Krevelt, and an engraved plate. Contemporary half calf, sprinkled paper sides.

      STCN (1 copy of Harrevelt issue); WorldCat (3 copies of this issue); cf. Cox I, p. 142; Graesse I, p. 561. Rare issue of the second or third Dutch edition in French of Patrick Brydone's letters to William Beckford giving an account of his travels through Sicily and Malta, translated into French by Jean-Nicolas Démeunier. After the publication of Brydone's letters Sicily became part of the Grand Tour and attracted numerous tourists. The work was first printed in English in 1773 and went through several editions and translations. The first edition of this Dutch edition in French was published in 1775 and followed by two other editions in 1776. This copy is a re-issue of the Harrevelt edition published in 1776 and is identical except for the title-page. Some minor foxing. Good copy of an account of a voyage to Sicily and Malta.

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        The Attorney's Compleat Guide in the Court of Common Pleas...

      1773. "So as Much to Enable the Young Clerk" Attorney of the Court. The Attorney's Compleat Guide in the Court of Common Pleas: Containing the Whole Modern Practice of the Court, Laid Down in a New, Familiar, and Concise Manner, With Practical Remarks on Each Head, Illustrated by Cases Selected from the Best and Latest Authorities: And also an Account of the Monies Paid Out of Pocket on Each Particular Article of Business at the Publick Offices and Judges Chambers; So as to Enable the Young Clerk to Prosecute or Defend a Suit from its Commencement to Judgment and Execution, Through All the Different Minutiae of Practice, Without Further Assistance. London: Printed by W. Strahan and M. Woodfall, 1773. vii, [1], 371, [1] pp. 12mo (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary sheep, blind fillets to boards, raised bands and early hand-lettered initials "G P" to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, a few minor nicks, scuffs and stains to boards, small scuff near foot of spine, corners bumped, pastedowns loose. Light toning to text, faint inkspots to a few leaves. Early owner stamp (J. Ridout) to front free endpaper, interior otherwise clean. A handsome copy. * Only edition. "The following sheets were at first composed merely for private Use; The great Advantage the Author has reaped from them in an extensive Practice is his chief Inducement for offering them to the Public, as a sure Guide whereby the Young Clerk may readily acquire every necessary Information with respect to this Court" (iii). This is a scarce title. OCLC locates 6 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard, LA County, Library of Congress, University of Minnesota, York, Yale). English Short-Title Catalogue N15039.

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        Landgrafen von Hessen-Kassel. Schwarze Tusche auf handgeschöpftem Bütten.

       13,5 x 18,8 cm. Portraits jeweils unterhalb betitelt: \"Fréderic II Landgrave de Hesse\" und \"Philippine Landgrave de Hesse\".Im Stil eines Scherenschnittes angefertigte Profildarstellung von Friedrich II. Landgraf von Hessen sowie Philippine Auguste Amalie Landgräfin von Hessen mit ovaler Einfassungslinie, entstanden zwischen 1773 und 1785. - Der Monarch wurde vor allem durch die Vergrößerung des Heeres und die Bereitstellung von 19.000 Soldaten an die englische Krone bekannt. Der Sachverhalt des damals als skandalös empfundenen Soldatenhandels wurde von Friedrich Schiller in seinem Theaterstück \"Kabale und Liebe\" aufgegriffen. Philippine von Brandenburg-Schwedt war die zweite Ehefrau des Landgrafen, der sich durch die Heirat größere Unterstützung für seine Ziele durch Preußen erhoffte. - Im oberen Bildbereich mit kl. Tintenspuren von rückseit. Bezeichnung. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Friedrich II, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel, Monarchie, Scherenschnitte, Porträts, Portraits, Philippine

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        Etat Actuel de l'Art et de la Science Militaire a la Chine: Tire des Livres Militaires des Chinois. Avec Diverses Observations sur l'etendue & les bornes de connoissances militaires chez les Europeens

      London & Paris: Didot. Very Good. 1773. Nine engraved plates on seven heavy-stock folding sheets. Front fly reattached. Cordier 1555. Bound in nineteenth century mulberry cloth.; Octodecimo (4 x 6.5 inches); 288 pages .

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        Andrew Marvell's Second Address

      1773 - (PHILADELPHIA) (GODDARD, William). Andrew Marvell’s Second Address to the Inhabitants of Ppiladelphia [sic]. Philadelphia: [Printed by William Goddard], 1773. Octavo, disbound; pp. 16. $1800.First edition of this 1773 pamphlet opposing the construction of a new public market in Philadelphia, attributed to printer and journalist William Goddard by Evans.Using the pseudonym Andrew Marvell, Goddard published two works in June 1773 opposing a plan to erect a new city market in the streets of Philadelphia (on what was then High Street, later renamed Market Street). The first was a broadside dated June 10th, followed by this pamphlet dated June 18th. He vigorously objects to “the present design of the corporation to erect shambles in the street of this city,” noting “the illegality of their proceedings and badness of their cause.” He quotes from a petition sent to the mayor of Philadelphia and complains that ignoring it is “contrary to Magna Charta, and inconsistent with an equal distribution of justice.” “Philadelphians oppose a council attempt to erect a new city market. The Council, in the interests of the farmers, voted to have a market place erected on Market Street between Third and Fourth. This was much against the wishes of the property owners of that section, and taking the law into their own hands, they ‘tore down the market as fast as it was erected, demolishing at night what was built by day.’… The controversy was finally settled through the intervention of the Society of Friends, and the Council ordered the construction stopped” (Rosenbach). “A number of handbills and addresses on this subject and against the building of the market were issued over various signatures… The opposition became popular, the plea being that the corporation threatened to swallow up the people’s liberties; but selfish and individual interests seem to have been at the bottom of the controversy. The Council, in place of building a new market, made some changes in the meal market to accommodate the country people… Twenty new stalls were also added to the new market on the southern bounds of the city” (Sharf, History of Philadelphia, p. 266). Evans 12793. Sabin 45022. Hildeburn 2902. Only eight institutional copies listed in ESTC W11624. We can find no records of any copies at auction in over 40 years. Light browning and spotting. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Attorney's Compleat Guide in the Court of Common Pleas...

      1773. "So as Much to Enable the Young Clerk" Attorney of the Court. The Attorney's Compleat Guide in the Court of Common Pleas: Containing the Whole Modern Practice of the Court, Laid Down in a New, Familiar, and Concise Manner, With Practical Remarks on Each Head, Illustrated by Cases Selected from the Best and Latest Authorities: And also an Account of the Monies Paid Out of Pocket on Each Particular Article of Business at the Publick Offices and Judges Chambers; So as to Enable the Young Clerk to Prosecute or Defend a Suit from its Commencement to Judgment and Execution, Through All the Different Minutiae of Practice, Without Further Assistance. London: Printed by W. Strahan and M. Woodfall, 1773. vii, [1], 371, [1] pp. 12mo (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary sheep, blind fillets to boards, raised bands and early hand-lettered initials "G P" to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, a few minor nicks, scuffs and stains to boards, small scuff near foot of spine, corners bumped, pastedowns loose. Light toning to text, faint inkspots to a few leaves. Early owner stamp (J. Ridout) to front free endpaper, interior otherwise clean. A handsome copy. * Only edition. "The following sheets were at first composed merely for private Use; The great Advantage the Author has reaped from them in an extensive Practice is his chief Inducement for offering them to the Public, as a sure Guide whereby the Young Clerk may readily acquire every necessary Information with respect to this Court" (iii). This is a scarce title. OCLC locates 6 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard, LA County, Library of Congress, University of Minnesota, York, Yale). English Short-Title Catalogue N15039.

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        THE REVOLUTION IN NEW-ENGLAND JUSTIFIED, AND THE PEOPLE THERE VINDICATED FROM THE ASPERSIONS CAST UPON THEM BY MR. JOHN PALMER, IN HIS PRETENDED ANSWER TO THE DECLARATION PUBLISHED BY THE INHABITANTS OF BOSTON, AND THE COUNTRY ADJACENT, ON THE DAY WHEN THEY SECURED THEIR LATE OPPRESSORS, WHO ACTED BY AN ILLEGAL AND ARBITRARY COMMISSION FROM THE LATE KING JAMES. TO WHICH IS ADDED, A NARRATIVE OF PROCEEDINGS OF SIR EDMOND ANDROSSE AND HIS ACCOMPLICES, WHO ALSO ACTED BY AN ILLEGAL AND ARBITRARY COMMISSION FROM THE LATE KING JAMES, DURING HIS GOVERNMENT IN NEW ENGLAND

      Printed in the Year 1691. Boston: Re-printed and sold by, 1773. Antique-style three-quarter speckled calf and marbled boards, spine gilt extra, leather label. Very good. The second printing, following the extremely rare 1691 Boston edition, which is rated a "d" in Howes. The present edition is itself rated a "b" in terms of rarity by Howes. The great patriot printer, Isaiah Thomas, was no doubt asking his fellow New Englanders to draw inevitable comparisons between the oppressive administration of 17th-century Massachusetts governor, Edmund Andros and their own day. Andros outraged the Puritans of Massachusetts by enforcing unpopular British laws, restricting town meetings, promoting the Church of England, and other seemingly intolerable acts. Thomas published this edition in the wake of the Boston Tea Party, and the significance and timeliness of this pamphlet would be self-evident to any American of patriotic leanings. Authorship has been ascribed to Increase Mather, but the "To the Reader" is signed with the initials "E.R." and "S.S." Edward Rawson was the longtime Massachusetts colonial secretary, and Samuel Sewall was a prominent Boston merchant, jurist, publisher, and diarist.

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        Optices lbri tres: Accedunt ejusdem lectiones opticae, Et Opuscula omnia ad lucem & Colores pertinentia. sumpta et Transactionibus Philosophicis.

       Patavia (Padova) Typis Seminarii apud Joan. Manfrè 1773. Editio altera Patavina. kl.-4°. XX, 165 S., 1 w. Bl., 2 Bll., 110 S., 1 w. Bl., 93 (1) S. Mit 42 gefalt. Kupfertaf. HLdr. d. Z. m. goldgeprägt. Rückentit. - (Opera omina)Gray 185; Wallis 185 - Komplette Ausgabe. Als Ergebnis seiner Arbeiten mit dem Spiegelteleskop veröffentlichte er seine neue Theorie über das Licht und die Farben, die 1704 die Grundlage für das Hauptwerk Opticks or a treatise of the reflections, refractions, inflections and colours of light bildeten. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Naturwissenschaften, Physik

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        Recueil des antiquités et monumens marseillois,

      Jean Mossy, Marseille 1773 - In-4 de 1 f. (titre), 1 f. (Approbation, Privilège et Errata) et 296 pp., plein veau ,dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre, tranches rouge. (1 mors légèrement fendu en bas du plat sup.sur 5 cm.) "Bel exemplaire de cet ouvrage important,ayant appartenu à Bruno Roberty , administrateur de sociétés et conservateur du Musée d' archéologie de Marseille - Parc Borely dont il porte l'Ex-libris. Il est illustré de 47 pl. h.-t. (42 pl. gravées sur cuivre numérotées, et 5 planches non numérotées d'épigraphies latines et grecques, gravées sur bois). Le corps du volume est très frais et grand de marge. Seul ouvrage ancien donnant les monuments antiques de Marseille, les bas-reliefs, les monnaies Ces gravures hors-texte sont l'œuvre de l'artiste aixois Barthélémy LANTELME. Grosson fut un grand antiquaire et son livre est fort précieux car il représente des antiques depuis lors disparus. A son époque déjà, le Comte Moszynski, célèbre voyageur polonais qui visita la Provence à la fin du XVIIIème siècle écrivait: "Je crois que sans G. Grosson qui est non seulement amateur mais connaisseur érudit, ses concitoyens ignoreraient la plus grande partie des objets de ce genre que cette ville produit ou possède". Cet ouvrage est considéré "Comme une des plus belles éditions du XVIIIème en Provence" (Billoud, 103)."

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        An Account of the Voyages undertaken... for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere

      London: for W. Strahan & T. Cadell, 1773. 3 volumes, quarto. (11 x 8 3/4 inches). 52 plates, maps and charts (39 folding). Second edition of vols.I and II, including Hawkesworth's reply to Mr. Dalrymple, and first edition of vol.III. Cf. Beddie 648 and 650; cf. Hill (2004) 782 and 783. [Second Voyage] - James COOK. A Voyage towards the South Pole, and around the World. London: for W.Strahan & T.Cadell, 1779. 2 volumes, quarto (11 x 8 3/4 inches). Engraved portrait frontispiece of Cook by J. Basire after W. Hodges and 63 engraved plates, charts and maps (30 folding), 1 folding letterpress table. (Plates XXXVI and XXXVII in vol.I shaved as usual, portrait shaved, plate LXI facing p.342 in vol.I expertly repaired). Third edition. Beddie 1226; cf. Sabin 16245. [Third Voyage] - James COOK & Captain James KING. A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean... for making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere . London: H. Hughs for G.Nicol & T.Cadell, 1785. 4 volumes (Text: 3 vols., quarto [11 x 8 5/8 inches]; Atlas vol. of plates: 1 vol., large folio [21 1/8 x 15 1/4 inches]). Text: engraved title vignettes, 1 folding letterpress table, 24 engraved maps, coastal profiles and charts (13 folding). (Charts number 80 and 81, here facing pp.409 and 420 in vol.II, shaved at the outer edge). Atlas vol.: 63 engraved plates, plans and maps only (2 folding). Second (and best) edition. Beddie 1552; Forbes Hawaiian National Bibliography 85; cf. Sabin 16250. KIPPIS, Andrew (1725-1795). The Life of Captain James Cook. London: Printed for G. Nichol and G.G. J. and J. Robinson, 1788. Quarto (10 3/4 x 9 inches). Engraved portrait frontispiece of Cook by Heath, unsigned but after Nathaniel Dance. (Lacks half-title). Beddie 1962; Hill (2004) 935; Holmes 69; Sabin 37954. Together, 10 volumes. Expertly bound to style in 18th-century diced russia, covers with decorative roll tool border, spines divided into six (text) or eight (atlas) compartments by horizontal fillets and decorative rolls, red morocco lettering-piece in the second, green morocco label in the fourth, with small onlaid oval of red morocco bearing the volume number of the text vols. or the word Atlas, the compartments otherwise decorated with star and circle tool at each corner and large centrally-placed star tool or fouled-anchor tool, sprinkled edges. A fine complete set of all three of Cook's great voyages of discovery: "the basis for any collection of Pacific books" (Hill), here including the first edition of Kippis's "Life of Captain James Cook," the first and most important English biography of the famed explorer. Cook's first voyage included visits to Tahiti and New Zealand, and the tracing of the east coast of Australia was one of the most perilous feats of navigation in the whole recorded history of exploration. The second voyage pushed further south than any previous navigators in search of a southern continent, as well as visiting numerous Pacific islands. The third voyage returned to islands previously visited, discovered Hawaii, and explored the northwest coast of America from Alaska to Oregon. The text of these official reports form an invaluable record of the voyages, but they are enhanced enormously by the 219 plates, maps, charts and views. This set includes the preferred second edition of the Third Voyage. The typography of the second edition text of the third voyage is generally considered superior to the first (Hughs took over the printing from Strahan and re-set all the text). Contemporary support for this view is reported by Forbes who quotes an inscription in a set presented by Mrs. Cook to her doctor which notes "the second edition being much superior to the first both in paper & letterpress." Also included with this set is the 1782 first edition of Kippis's biography, the first and most important English biography of Cook which "was intended to give a well-balanced account of his life from birth to death" (Hill). It includes his early life as well as details his surveys of Newfoundland and Labrador and his three voyages, but most importantly Kippis reprints most of David Samwell's eyewitness account of Cook's death. "The famous accounts of Captain Cook's three voyages form the basis for any collection of Pacific books. In three great voyages Cook did more to clarify the geographical knowledge of the southern hemisphere than all his predecessors had done together. He was really the first scientific navigator and his voyages made great contributions to many fields of knowledge" (Hill).

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        Ledum [Labrador Tea]

      [Nuremberg], 1773. Engraving, coloured by hand, by J.J. or J.E.Haid. Very good condition apart from a small greenish spot and minor bit of adhesive residue in the left margin. A very fine image from Trew's "Plantae Selectae," one of the greatest of all eighteenth-century botanical books, drawn by the greatest of eighteenth-century botanical artists, George Dionysius Ehret. Linnaeus wrote to Trew, in Latin, that "The miracles of our century in the natural sciences are your work of Ehret's plants...[N]othing to equal them was seen in the past or will be in the future." Christoph Trew, a physician and botanist, had for a number of years been an admirer of Ehret's work. Ehret, a brilliant botanical artist, was unrivalled in his ability to "achieve realism, majesty, ineffable colour, all in one breathtaking look" (Hunt). Born in Heidelberg in 1710, he originally worked as a gardener and practised drawing in his spare time. His artistic abilities led him to the service of a Regensburg banker named Leskenkohl, and it was during this period that Trew met Ehret. Trew was to remain a friend and patron of Ehret's throughout his life, and by 1742, the germ of what was to become the present publication was already under discussion when Trew wrote to Christian Thran in Carlsruhe "Every year I receive some beautifully painted exotic plants [by Ehret] and have already more than one hundred of them...." Ehret moved to London in the late 1730s, where he painted the recently introduced exotics at the Chelsea Physic Garden and established himself as a teacher of flower-painting and botany. Discussions about the projected work continued by letter until 1748, when Johann Jacob Haid from Augsburg agreed to produce the engravings from Ehret's drawings. Gerta Calman, Georg Ehret, Flower painter Extraordinary (1977), p.97; Dunthorne, 309; Great Flower Books (1990), p.144; Hunt, 539; Nissen BBI, 1997; Pritzel, 9499; Stafleu & Cowan, TL2, 15.131.

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        A New & Accurate Chart of the Discoveries Made By the Late Capt. Js. Cook . Exhibiting Botany Bay.New South Wales in New Holland.Map

      Kings Royal License - c. 1773. Orig copper engraved map of the Pacific and Asia, showing the discoveries made by James Cook and others. Australia shown with the east coast and the New Zealand islands which Cook charted in 1769-1770 during his first voyage of exploration. The map also includes the Hawaiian Islands and the charting Cook made during his third voyage. Damage to fold at centre, but else a fine map. Free-floating & protected by mylar. Size 360mm x 460mm. A very nice map.

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        Mespilus Caroliniana, apii folio vulgari similis, maior, fructu luteo.

      [Nuremberg]. 1750-1773. Engraving, hand-colored, plate area approximately 17 x 11 on sheet size 21 1/4 x 14 1/2 inches. A couple of 1/8 inch tears to lower right edge (all well outside plate area). Very good condition on fine laid paper. An exceptional antique botanical print depicting a medlar plant by one of the finest botanical artists of all time, Georg Dionysus Ehret, engraved by Johann Jacob Haid and published in PLANTAE SELECTAE by Christopher Jacob Trew and Benedict Christian Vogel (plate XVII). This remarkable work, published over the period 1750 to 1773, scientifically documents and artistically celebrates exotic plants in the collection of the Chelsea Physic Garden in London and other collectors at a time when the collection, cultivation and documentation of exotic flowers was popular among the upper strata of European society. Ehret trained as a gardener, but his talent as a botanical artist was noted and put to work by wealthy patrons including the physician and botanist Dr. Trew. The unusual fruit on these plants was once commonly eaten.

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        Monarda floribus capitatis et verticillatis...

      1750-1773. Handcolored engraving, image 17 x 11 1/2 on sheet 21 1/2 x 14 inches. Very good condition on fine laid paper. This outstanding example of botanical art by the great 18th century botanical artist Georg Dionysius Ehret, one of the finest botanical artists of all time, was engraved by Johann Jacob Haid and published in PLANTAE SELECTAE by Christopher Jacob Trew and Benedict Christian Vogel (plate XLIV). This remarkable work, published over the period 1750 to 1773, scientifically documents and artistically celebrates exotic plants in the collection of the Chelsea Physic Garden in London and other collectors at a time when the collection, cultivation and documentation of exotic flowers was popular among the upper strata of European society. Ehret trained as a gardener, but his talent as a botanical artist was noted and put to work by wealthy patrons including the physician and botanist Dr. Trew. (Nissen 1997; Great Flower Books, p.78; Dunthorne 309). The plates were engraved and handcolored by J.J. and J.E. Haid. Included are fine botanical details reflecting the influence of the newly introduced Linnaean system of plant classification.

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         La génération de l'homme ou tableau de l'amour conjugal considéré dans l'état du Mariage. Nelle édition enrichie de remarques importantes...

      à Londres, 1773, 2 vol. in 12, de XXIV-408pp. & 2ff. 400pp. 1f., ill. d'un front. et de 11 planches gravées anatomiques, pl. basane mouchetée époque, dos lisse orné, infime trou de ver en marge int. d'un volume sinon bel exemplaire. Edition très augmentée de ce curieux traité de sexologie dont la table des matières est très explicite: "des parties qui servent à la génération, défauts des parties génitales..., remèdes qui corrigent les défauts, remèdes capables de rendre la virginité à une fille, quel tempérament doit avoir un homme pour être fort lascif, à quelle heure du jour l'on doit baiser amoureusement sa femme, de la manière dont les personnes mariées doivent se caresser,... s'il y a un art pour faire des garçons ou des filles, ... du congrès, de la stérilité, si les charmes peuvent rendre un homme impuissant ou une femme stérile, des hermaphrodites, si une femme peut devenir grosse sans l'application des parties naturelles d'un homme, des incubes & des succubes, si les eunuques sont capables de se marier & de faire des enfans....". La première édition date de 1687, la dernière de 1795. ¶ Gay Amour, femmes III. 1168 - Caillet n°11075 "amour, mariage, parfums, monstruosités...." - Blake p.471

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        Phaedri Fabulae. L. Annaei Senecae, ac Publii Syri Sententiæ.

      Couret de Villeneuve, Aureliae (Orléans) 1773 - In-16 de (4)-91-(1) pp., maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné, triple filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Jolie impression orléanaise en caractères microscopiques des fables de Phèdre suivies des sentences de Sénèque et de Publius Syrus classées par ordre alphabétique. Couret de Villeneuve (1719-1780), imprimeur et littérateur orléanais, donna tous ses soins à améliorer les procédés typographiques. Bel exemplaire à grandes marges en maroquin rouge du temps, texte encadré. Brunet IV, 589 ; Nauroy, Bibliographie des impressions microscopiques, p. 77.

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        Beyträge zur Pfälzischen Geschichte. (2 Bände in 3).

      Mannheim, Löffler, 1773/82. - 222 Seite; Seite 223 bis 454, 11 Blatt; 1 Blatt, 399 (recte 397) Seiten, 9 Blatt, Kalbslederbände der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 17 x 11 cm, Band 2 mit oberflächlicher Abschabung im Lederbezug, innen sauber und frisch.

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        Krebs 19]. The Periodical Overture in 8 Parts. Number XXXVIII Price 2s. [Parts]

      R. Bremner [1773], [London] - Second edition. Krebs 19; Grave C10/C-16. RISM D3280 (9 copies, some incomplete; the only complete copy in the U.S. is at the Eastman School of Music (also with two basso parts). The first edition was published by Venier in Paris in 1767."Dittersdorf's symphonies span virtually his entire career, and his changing approach to the genre mirrors recognized patterns of evolution in 18th-century Viennese instrumental music. Apart from a group of early three-movement works, almost all are in four movements. While the earliest symphonies have small proportions, nervous energy and modest instrumentation, the later ones tend towards more extended structures, simpler themes, richer harmony and more elaborate orchestration." Margaret Grave and Jay Lane in Grove Music Online. Folio. Unbound. 8 parts. A symphony in C major. Violino Primo: [i] (title), pp. 92-93, [i] (blank); Violino Secondo: [i] (blank), pp. 92-93, [i] (blank); Viola: [i] (blank), pp. 84-85, [i] (blank); Basso: [i] (blank), pp. 82-83, [i] (blank) [2 copies]; Corno Primo: [i] (blank), p. 38; Corno Secondo: [i] (blank), p. 38; Oboe Primo: [i] (blank), p. 44; Oboe Secondo: [i] (blank), p. 44. Engraved. Basso parts figured. Printed note to head of title: "To be continued monthly;" "Ditter's Number XXXVIII" printed from a smaller plate; caption title to head of each part: "Sinfonia XXXVIII."Signature in ink to upper right corner of title: "Wharton."Some browning and soiling; edges frayed; stain to p. 44 of Oboe Secondo part. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, in Which the Words are deduced from their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To Which are Prefixed a History of the Language and An English Grammar

      London by W. Strahan for W. Strahan, J.& F. Rivington [and others] 1773 - 2 volumes. The Fourth edition, the highly important final folio edition to be revised by Johnson himself. Provenance: Sir James & Lucy Esdaile (inscription dated (?)1775); James Kennedy Esdaile (armorial bookplate); Edmund Esdaile, Pembroke College, Oxford (inscription). Title-pages printed in red and black. Royal folio (425 X 265mm), in original binding of full calf over thick boards, the backs expertly restored to full period grandeur with elaborate gilt tooled compartments with grand central tools and extensive additional tooling all in gilt between gilt decorated bands, two compartments with contrasting red and green labels gilt lettered and decorated, endpapers marbled. A very attractive set, the original calf with some pleasant age, corners consolidated, first two leaves of Vol. I with some normal creasing, the text clean and fresh, withal a very solid, handsome copy in fine state. A VERY HANDSOME SET OF THE HIGHLY IMPORTANT FOURTH EDITION, which was the last in which Samuel Johnson himself had any involvement. TEXTUALLY, IT IS CONSIDERED TO BE THE BEST EDITION of Johnson's great work and THE MOST IMPORTANT EDITION AFTER THE FIRST. It contains Johnson's advertisement (THE FIRST EDITION TO DO SO) in which he states, 'Perfection is unattainable, but nearer and nearer approaches may be made; and finding my Dictionary about to be reprinted, I have endeavoured, by a revisal, to make it less reprehensible'. Johnson, in undertaking the vast work of creating his dictionary, set out to perform single handed for the English language what the French Academy, a century before, had attempted for French. He hope to produce "a dictionary by which the pronunciation of our language may be fixed, and its attainment facilitated;" and though, of course, no language can be frozen in time, by aiming at fixing the language he succeeded in giving the standard of reputable use. As Noah Webster stated, his work "had, in philology, the effect which Newton's discoveries had in mathematics." "Johnson's achievement marked an epoch in the history of the language. The result of nine years labor, it did more than any other work before or since towards fixing the language. The preface ranks among Johnson's finest writings. The most amazing, enduring, and endearing one-man feat in the field of lexicography" (Printing and the Mind of Man). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Catalogue des Livres, Estampes, &c. de Monsieur V.S.

      dont la vente se fera publiquement...à Anvers à la Chambre des Arquebusiers, le Lundi 18 Octobre & Jours suivants. 12, 250 pp. 8vo, attractive antique half-calf & speckled boards, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine, a.e.g. Anvers: J. Grangé, [1773?]. An earlier owner attributes the ownership of this catalogue to Pierre François Gisbert de Schorel, seigneur de Wilryck (1716-73 or 1778) and mayor of Anvers, whose collection of paintings was sold the following year in Anvers by Grangé. Van Schorel was actively involved in the artistic life of Antwerp and in the early 1740s played an important role in the reorganization and financial support of the city's Academie voor Schoone Kunsten. He formed one of the largest gatherings of Rubens's oil sketches in the southern Netherlands in the eighteenth century. His splendid art collection featured twenty-eight paintings by Rubens. .

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        Système Social. Ou Principes Naturels de la Morale et de la Politique. Avec un Examen de l'Influence du Gouvernement sur les Moeurs. Parl l'Auteur du Systeme de la Nature. Tome Premier; Tome Second; Tome Troisième.

      Londres (= Amsterdam) 1773. - (3), 210 S.; (1) Bl., 176; 167 S., 3 in 1 Bd., Ldr., Anm. aV., min. Anstr. -- Vercruysse 1773, A5. - ". La police se préoccupa rapidement du Système social: il figure parmi des ouvrages saisi chez la veuve Stockdorff en juin. ."-- [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hrn. Missionarii Gerickens merkwürdige Seereise von London nach Ceylon und Cudelur in den Jahren 1766 und 1767.

      im Verlag des Waisenhauses, Leihbibiothek bei F. Dombrowsky., Halle, 1773 - Halle, im Verlag des Waisenhauses, Leihbibiothek bei F. Dombrowsky. 1773, 17 x 11 cm, 294 Seiten, Titel-, Anfangs- und Schlussvignette, schlichter Halbleder-Pappband der Zeit (bestossen, Gebrauchsspuren), insgesamt ein ordentliches Exemplar. Selten. Alter Namensstempel auf dem Titelblatt. Exemplar aus einer alten Leihbibliothek. - Gericke (1742-1803), der ab 1760 in Halle Theologie studiert hatte, kam im Juni 1767 nach einer gefahrvollen Reise in Tranquebar (heute Tharangamadi) an der Koromandelküste an. Er lernte und sprach das zur dravidischen Sprachgruppe gehörige Tamil. 1767-82 wirkte Gericke in Cuddalore im südlichen Indien, erlebte dort Krieg, Hunger und Seuchen. Er rettete die Stadt vor der Besetzung durch Hyder Ali. 1783-1788 lebte er in Nagapattinam und bewirkte ein Aufblühen der Missionsarbeit. 1788-1893 arbeitete er in Madras, von wo aus er 1802 die südliche Spitze Indiens (Tirunelveli) in Fortsetzung früherer deutscher Missionsarbeit bereiste. Sprache: Deutsch insgesamt ein ordentliches Exemplar. schlichter Halbleder-Pappband der Zeit (bestossen, Gebrauchsspuren), [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De' fenomeni della circolazione osservata nel giro universale de' vasi; De' fenomeni della circolazione languente; De' moti del sangue independenti dall'azione del cuore; e del pulsar delle arterie. Dissertazioni quattro.

      Presso la Società Tipografica, In Modena 1773 - In-8 (210x135 mm.), pp. VIII, 343 (1). Vignetta xilografica al frontespizio, capilettera e testate ed una tavola fuori testo incisa in rame raffigurante la macchinetta anatomica del sig. Lyonet. Legatura in piena pelle marezzata coeva, dorso a nervi con scomparti riccamente decorati in oro, titolo in oro su tassello in marocchino porpora. Tagli di rosso vivo. Ottimo esemplare impresso su carta forte. Edizione originale. Bibliografia: Blake, 426. Heirs of Hippocrates, 983. Norman, 1980. Prandi, pp.35-36. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Philosophical Works. Methodized, and made English, from the Originals. With occasional notes by Peter Shaw. 3 Bde.

      London, Knapton, 1773. 4°, Ledereinband LXXIX/603, III-V/602, 26 Bl./590 (recte 594), LXX/632 S. Erste Ausgabe dieser Übersetzung. - Gibson 250. Lowndes 93: This edition does not contain the whole of Lord Bacon’s works. (The translator has extensively altered Lord Bacon’s arrangement by way of improving it.) - Neben der englischen Werkausgabe von 1730 die zweite englische Ausgabe überhaupt. - Die beiden im Bd. I am Ende zwischengeb. Blätter enthalten eine Widmung des Herausgebers Peter Shaw für Horatio Walpole. - Vorsätze mit Exlibris. Vereinzelt etw. fleckig und mit Wurmspuren, Bd. I am Ende wasserrandig. Insgesamt innen sauber. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Philosophie, Ganzledereinband

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        De l Homme, de ses facultés intellectuelles, et de son éducation

      - Londres [La Haye], Société Typographique, 1773. 2 volumes in-12, 1ff-XLIII+399pp & 2ff-495pp. Edition longtemps considérée comme l¿originale, tout en signalant une édition possible en 1772. Depuis Quérard et Tchémerzine, on a trouvé quelques exemplaires de cette édition de 1772, notamment l¿exemplaire de La Luzerne (Audap-Mirabaud, 17 juin 2013), montrant bien que cette édition est donc une seconde édition. Cet ouvrage est dans la droite ligne de De l¿Esprit et fut publié à titre posthume. Reliure demi-basane fin XIXème, fleurons, un coin de plat abîmé, mouillure marginale sur le tome 1, un feuillet du tome 2 non cousu, petite fente en pied d¿un mors. Edition très rare [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Coup d'oeil Purin, augmenté par son auteur de plus de 700 vers, enrichi de beaucoup de notes necessaires & très intéressantes, avec un Précis des actions héroïques de Messieurs de Miromesnil dans la Magistrature. Ou Abrégé de l'Histoire mémorable à la postérité. Suivi de: Relation des cérémonies du mariage du roy de France Louis XV avec la princesse Marie, fille du roy de Pologne Stanislas.

      A Tote, chez le Grand-Père Fiquet et Rouen chez Perchel, 1773. - In-8 d'un faux-titre, un titre, viii pages préliminaires et 84 pages. Le texte est imprimé dans un double encadrement de filets noirs (rousseurs). Relation du mariage: Rennes, Vatar, 1725, 16 pp. Demi-basane fauve du XIXe, dos à nerfs orné de filets à froid (dos frotté). Rare édition originale de ce texte rédigé entièrement en patois normand, qui traduit la violente protestation des rouennais contre la suppression du Parlement de Normandie et l'avènement du Conseil Supérieur. Satire attribuée généralement à M. Dommey, greffier en chef à la Chambre des Comptes. Les notes et la suite seraient d'un autre auteur. Guilbert, dans ses Mémoires Biographiques, attribue le Coup d'oeil Purin au chimiste Dambourney, directeur du Jardin Botanique de Rouen, d'autres préfèrent un dénommé Gervais. Frère I, 291; Oursel; note de Girardin dans la Revue de Rouen 1837. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        SEPP (J.C.) & HOUTTUYN (M.)

      1773 1184 - Amsterdam, J.C. Sepp, 1773, in-4, [8] feuillets liminaires, 84 planches, accompagnées de 42 feuillets d'explication, demi basane marine, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque), Le plus bel ouvrage sur le bois jamais publié, rassemblant une collection rare de plus de 500 gravures sur cuivre d'échantillons colorés à la main d'après nature, de bois européens et exotiques, sur 84 planches. Les planches étaient publiées par série de six par souscription, comme le souligne Sepp dans son avant-propos ("auxquels on continuera d'en produire à chaque fois six planches ensemble"). Notre exemplaire est bien complet des 14 premières livraisons. Le texte d'explication des gravures en regard de chaque planche, est en cinq langues. L'imprimeur a choisi d'insérer cinq pages de titre, une pour chaque langue, latin, français, anglais, allemand et néerlandais. Le naturaliste et éditeur Jan Christiaan Sepp (1739-1811) a commencé à publier cet ouvrage en 1773, en reprenant tout d'abord les travaux de Seligmann ("Abbildung in- und ausländischer Hölzer" publié à Nürnberg) puis il a enrichi son ouvrage des spécimens du cabinet de curiosités du révérend Hazeu. Il travailla sur ce projet assisté par Martinus Houttuyn (1720-1798). L'ensemble composé de 100 planches de gravures, fut rassemblé par la suite et publié en un ouvrage en 1791, avec une page de titre légèrement modifiée et enrichie d'un frontispice, puis un supplément de 6 planches sera ajouté en 1795. Nissen, BBI, 939; Pritzel, 4291. Ex-libris aux iris, de Philippe de Vilmorin contrecollé sur la page de garde. Bel exemplaire aux coloris particulièrement frais, offrant une remarquable provenance. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fragments sur l\'Inde, et sur le Général Lalli.

      Ohne Ort (Geneve), ohne Verlag, 1773. 1.Ausgabe. Titelblatt, 1 Bl.Table, 2.Titelblatt (Fragmens sur quelques révolutions dans l\'Inde, et sur la mort du Comte de Lalli), 162 S. Mit einigen Vignetten. 20 x 13 cm. Original-Lederband mit dunkelrotem ledernem Rückenschild, floraler Rückengoldprägung, Buntpapier-Deckblättern und rotem Schnitt. Barbier S.444; C.V.Beuchot, 305; Bengesco II, 1828. Diese erste Version mit 20 Artikeln erschien Ende Juli 1773 in Genf, gedruckt von Barthélemy Chirol im Auftrag von Gabriel Cramer. -----Rückenkanten und Ecken fachmännisch mit Lederstücken restauriert; Papier minim gebräunt und an wenigen Stellen leicht stockfleckig, Riss am unteren Rand des vorderen Deckblatts mit säurefreiem Klebband unterlegt, Zettel mit zusammengefasster Verlagsgeschichte des Buches (Auszug aus Barbier?) mit Papier-Klebstreifen auf die Hinterdeckel-Innenseite montiert. Frankreich, Französische Bücher, Geschichte vor 1900, Indien, Kolonien, Philosophie 18.Jh.

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        Die neusten Offenbarungen Gottes in Briefen und Erzählungen. Zweyter Theil. [Von Carl Friedrich Bahrdt].

      Riga: bey Johann Friedrich Hartknoch 1773. Nur der 2. Band separat! (4), 376 Seiten. Kl. 8° (15,5 x 10 cm). Marmorierter Lederband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit Rückenschild, dekorativer floraler Rückenvergoldung, goldgeprägten Deckenrahmen sowie rot gefärbtem Schnitt. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Skandalträchtige, entmythologisierende Bibelübersetzung (\"Keine Übersetzung, sondern eine vorsätzliche und frevelhafte Schändung\", JM Goeze) in empfindsam-moderner Sprache, mit textkritischen Anmerkungen und Ausfällen gegen die Apostel (\"unstudirte Leute, die weder Plan noch Ausdruck zu wählen wußten\"), den griechischen Urtext (\"Bastard von einer Sprache\") und Luthers Bibelübersetzung (mytischer, zweydeutiger und dunkler Kram\"); von Goethe kongenial in dem \'Prolog zu den neusten Offenbarungen Gottes\' verspottet (\"So redt\' ich, wenn ich Christus wär\"). (Jacob/Majewski 343 - Goed. IV/1, 820, 44 a) - Carl [Karl] Friedrich Bahrdt (1741-1792) war ein deutscher evangelischer Theologe und Schriftsteller im Zeitalter der Aufklärung. \"Er wirkte nach philosophischen, theologischen und philologischen Studien in Leipzig, zunächst in orthodoxem Sinne als Repetent seines Vaters, seit 1761 als Privatdozent und seit 1766 als außerordentlicher Professor der geistlichen Philologie, daneben als beliebter Kanzelredner an der Peterskirche und als biblischexegetischer Schriftsteller. Wegen seines liederlichen Lebenswandels und als Anhänger der biblizistisch-neologischen Richtung konnte er sich in Leipzig, später in Erfurt und Gießen nicht halten. [...] Seit 1779 hielt er in Halle stark besuchte philologische und philosophische Vorlesungen und produzierte, nunmehr den Offenbarungsglauben aufgebend und das Christentum ganz naturalistisch ausdeutend, zahllose Schriften theologisch-moralischer Art, Lehrbücher, Übersetzungen aus dem Lateinischen, aber auch - größtenteils anonym - oft frivole belletristische Werke, freche Satiren, Streitschriften u. a. Er griff damit, zuletzt unter dem Einfluß der französischen Revolution - für diese Entwicklung durchaus typisch - als radikaler Demokrat auch auf das politische und soziale Gebiet über. [...]\" (ADB, S. 772-774) - Einband leicht berieben und etwas angestaubt. Leder auf Vordeckel mit kleiner Wurmspur. Ecken leicht bestoßen. Dezenter Besitzervermerk in Tinte auf dem Titelblatt. Wenige Seiten mit kleineren braunen Flecken. - Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar in schönem zeitgenössischem Einband. Versand D: 2,50 EUR [Bahrdt, Carl Friedrich]: Die neusten Offenbarungen Gottes in Briefen und Erzählungen. Zweyter Theil. [Von Carl Friedrich Bahrdt]. Riga: bey Johann Friedrich Hartknoch 1773. Neues Testament Christentum Theologie

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        Schauplatz der Künste und Handwerke. Oder die vollständige Beschreibung derselben, verfertiget oder gebilliget von den Herren der Academie der Wissenschaften zu Paris. In das Teutsche übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Daniel Gottfried Schreber. Abhandlung von den Fischereyen und Geschichte der Fische, oder deren Thiere, die im Wasser leben. . Zwölfter Band. Zweeter Abschnitt (Bd. 12 Teil 2 von 21 Bde.).

      Leipzig und Königsberg, Johann Jacob Kanter, 1773 4°. 438 S. und im Anhang 50 mehrfach ausklappbare Kupfertafeln, Ganzpergament d. Zeit, mit goldgepr. Rückentitel und Bibliothekssignet der \"Academie.1767.Artillerie\" a. Frontdeckel, m. Lesebändchen, Eine Ecke min gestaucht. Auf Vorsatz eingeklebte \"Bibliotheksordnung\" der Zeit und einige Marginalien von alter Hand. Stempel auf Titelblatt (\"Bibliothek des K.S. Artillerie-Corps\"), Kupfertafeln tadell. Erste deutsche Ausgabe der von der Pariser Akademie der Wissenschaften nach dem Vorbild der Encyclopedie veranstalteten Reihe «Descriptions des arts et metiers» die von Duhamel du Monceau u.a. herausgegeben wurde. Schreber. Daniel Gottfried (1708-1777). Prof. f. Oekonomie und Polizey u. Cameralwissenschaft(Verwaltungswissenschaft) in Leipzig. war auch an Naturwissenschaften und deren konkrete Anwendung interessiert. Unter anderem Kontakt zu Carl v. Linné (ADB-/NDB 524). Versand D: 20,00 EUR Naturwissenschaft Biologie - Fischkunde Alte Drucke - nach 1550

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        Voyage autour du Monde, par la frégate du roi La Boudeuse Nouvelle édition, augmentée

      Neuchâtel: Société Thypographique [sic], 1773. In fine original condition.. Two volumes in one, small octavo; a fine copy in a very attractive contemporary binding of marbled calf, sides bordered in gilt, the flat spine ornately gilt with a repeating drawer-handle design. A delightful copy of this reduced version of the official account of the Bougainville voyage, based on the first French edition of 1771. This was the first official French circumnavigation and in many ways the most consequential of all the many French voyages into the Pacific, commemorated on today's maps by a multitude of geographical names. Bougainville's description of his travels in the Pacific created enormous interest in France, and was largely responsible for building up the romantic vision of a South Sea paradise where Rousseau's noble savage lived in a state of blissful innocence.Bougainville's expedition passed through the Straits of Magellan in January 1768. After some time looking for the mythical "Davis Land" said to be off the Chilean coast, they started on a direct route across the Pacific. They discovered the Tuamotus, sighted Tahiti in April, then visited Samoa, sailed through Melanesia, sighted the Great Barrier Reef, and passed through the Solomons, and New Britain, to Batavia.Bougainville, not knowing of Wallis's stop there a year earlier, thought that he had discovered Tahiti, and his lengthy account of the island group is an interesting counterpart to Wallis's account. The vocabulary of 300 words that he prints is the first such vocabulary to appear of any Polynesian language.Unillustrated, this edition is in a much smaller format than the first edition; the addition referred to in the title is a new 22-page dictionary of nautical terms. This version proved popular, and was reprinted several times at Neuchâtel. It is quite scarce today: there is no copy in the catalogue of the Hill Collection.

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