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        HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD & NEW TESTAMENTS. Newly Translated Out of the Original Tongues And With The Former Translations Diligently Compared And Revified By His Majesty's Special Command Appointed To Be Read In Churches

      London: n.p., 1773. Hardcover. A very good tight solid copy. 4to. Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan. Large illustration. With hand printed family ownership information, title page. a.e.g. Bound in red leather with decorations and five raised bands to spine

      [Bookseller: Ed Smith Books]
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        Espectáculo de la naturaleza, o conversaciones acerca de las particularidades de la Historia Natural, que han parecido más a propósito para excitar una curiosidad útil, y formarles la razón a los jóvenes lectores. Tercera edición

      Madrid, Imprenta de Pedro Marín, 1771-1773 - 16 tomos en 8º mayor. Encuadernación uniforme en pasta española, tejuelo, nervios, lomo cuajado, cortes tintados; encuadernación en aceptable estado, aunque con algunos desperfectos en lomo y planos de algunos volúmenes (pequeñas faltas en lomos, piel algo levantada en planos), falto de alguna guarda. Anotaciones de antiguo propietario en verso de guardas, algunas marcas de lápiz. Taladros en primeras hojas de tomo IV, sin afectar. Consta de un total de 209 grabados, 171 de ellos plegados; FALTO DEL GRABADO CORRESPONDIENTE A LA P. 115 DEL TOMO III; algunos grabados arrugados, dos levemente rasgados, uno suelto (p. 92 del Tomo III) y tres mal colocados

      [Bookseller: MIQUELEIZ ANTIGUEDADES]
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        Anleitung zu der Bergbaukunst nach ihrer Theorie und Ausübung, nebst einer Abhandlung von den Grundsätzen der Berg-Kammeralwissenschaft, für die Kaiserl. Königl. Schemnitzer Bergakademie entworfen, von Christoph Traugott Delius, Ihro Röm. Kaiserl. Königl. Apostol. Majestät wirklichen Hof-Kommissionsrathe bey Dero Hofkammer in Münz- und Bergwesen.

      Wien Edler v Trattner 1773 - 1 (weißes) Blatt; 1 Blatt (Titel mit gestochener Vignette von J. E. Mansfeld nach F. X. Würth ); 8 Blätter; 519 Seiten; 45 Seiten; 24 Kupfertafeln von J. Gerstner, A. Richter, J.X. Schmuzer, G. Hampfelmeyer und J. Boehm nach Compte de Dietrichstein zum Ausfalten am Schluß, wobei die Tafel VIII doppelt beigebunden wurde und Tafel IX fehlt (liegt in verkleinerter Kopie lose bei). (26,5 x 22,5 cm) 4°.Über fünf Bünde gebundener Original-Verlagseinband aus marmoriertem Leder mit Rücken- vergoldung, sowie rotem, goldgeprägten Titelrückenschild. Allseitiger Rotschnitt. Der Kaiserin Maria Theresia im Druck gewidmetes, den Bergbau und das Hüttenwesen betreffendes, grundlegendes Lehrbuch. VD18 14657856. Unser Exemplar identisch zum Exemplar des Deutschen Museums gebunden, vergl. online: ( h t t p : / /www.)nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bvb:210-14-001585922-8. ADB V, 38: "Das beste, umfangreichste und lehrreichste Werk über Berbgau." Hoover 259. Humpert 3828. Kress 6928. Poggend. I, 544. NDB 3, 586 (". ein Werk, das 1773 auf Staatskosten gedruckt wurde, mehrfach Neuauflagen erlebte und bis hoch ins 19. Jahrhundert hauptsächlich in Österreich, aber auch in Deutschland mit Erfolg benutzt und in verschiedene Sprachen übersetzt wurde. Es war auch die Ursache dafür, daß Delius den Auftrag erhielt, sämtliche ungarische Bergwerke in den Jahren 1775/76 zu besichtigen und Verbesserungen einzuführen ."). Giese 1248. Etwas lädierter Einband, an beiden Kapitalen und dort auch im Bereich der Gelenke eingerissen, die Deckel beschabt, die Ecken bestoßen. Christoph Traugott Delius (* 1728 in Wallhausen (Helme); † 21. Januar 1779 in Florenz) war ein deutscher Bergbauwissenschaftler. Anleitung zu der Bergbaukunst nach ihrer Theorie und Ausübung, nebst einer Abhandlung von den Grundsätzen der Berg= Kammeralwissenschaft für die Kaiserl. Königl. Schemnitzer Bergakademie entworfen. Johann Thomas Edler von Trattner, Wien 1773. 1772 wurde Delius nach Wien berufen, wo er sich an der Errichtung des Bergbau- und Münzdepartements beteiligte. Gleichzeitig wurde er zum Wirklichen Hofrat und Referenten in Bergwerks- und Münzsachen berufen. Delius beschäftigte sich in seinen Arbeiten vorwiegend mit Bergbau und Hüttenwesen. Im Jahr 1778 wurde er zum Mitglied der Leopoldina gewählt. Nach einem schaffensreichen Leben suchte er durch Kuren in Italien seinen Gesundheitszustand zu verbessern, verstarb jedoch während dieser Reise in Florenz. Enthält: "Von der unterirdischen Berggeographie" - "Von dem Grubenbaue" - "Von der Aufbereitung der Erzte über Tages" - "Von der Bergbauwirthschaft". * One of the most interesting books about mining, unfortunately one plate was right from the beginning bound in twice, collation in the sum complete, but one plate is missing ! * * Zahlung mit VISA/ MASTERCARD möglich. Versand mit Deutsche Post oder DHL. * 2500 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat oHG]
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        El Lazarillo de ciegos caminantes desde Buenos-Ayres, hasta Lima con sus Itenerarios según la mas puntual observación, con algunas noticias útiles a los nuevos comerciantes que tratan en Mulas; y otras históricas

      1773 - Exceedingly rare colonial travel-guide, describing the route from Buenos Aires to Lima. 1773. Gijon [but Lima]. Imprenta de la Rovada [n.p.]. In 8vo. Recent stiff vellum, spine lettered in gilt, edges gilt, in a box. Single worm hole on first few leaves, a few headlines shaved, else a clean and fresh copy. First edition of the most important colonial guide of 18th century, printed in Lima, describing the route from Buenos Aires to Lima; a very curious work, with both the authorship and printers details falsified. Carrió de la Vandera was a Postal Officer for the Spanish Crown, appointed Visitor to the Mail Route from Buenos Aires to Lima in 1771, and Carlos Bustamante Inca [better known as Concolorcorvo] was the native who accompanied him on his route. The work, as the title suggests, is a guide book for travellers going from Buenos Aires to Lima, describing every post, town and stop along the road; it also narrates what was experienced and what to expect during the journey. In it, the author allows himself to criticize the Spanish colonial administration, which could cause problems for him. To avoid the unpleasantness, he attributed the authorship to the native who accompanied him. The printer’s details are also falsified, having it as printed in Gijon when in fact it was Lima, “This work bears all the marks of having been printed in Lima” (RICH, I 194). The types and style of printing are definitively from Lima (Sabin and Palau agree on it). The authorship however, took longer to determine, having been the subject of bibliographical discussion for over a century. In any case, the authorship of the book is commonly attributed to Concolorcorvo. Very rare and important, often found severely damaged; this copy complete with the plate and remarkably well preserved considering the fate of an aid-book for travellers. Palau, 37707. Sabin, 9566. Santos Gomez, 775. Medina, Imprenta en Lima, III, 1354. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere.

      W. Strahan & T. Cadell, London 1773 - Three volumes, quarto, with a total of 52 maps, views and plates (many folding), a fine set in contemporary full tree calf, gilt spines with morocco labels. Second edition of the official account of Cook's first voyage, including the discovery of the eastern coastline Australia. The first volume of this three part set publishes preceding British discoveries in the Pacific, namely the voyage accounts of Byron, Wallis and Carteret. The remaining volumes print Cook's first voyage, edited from his journals by the professional writer John Hawkesworth. The resulting compendium presented the best of eighteenth-century English maritime exploration to the public in an attractive and generously illustrated format.The second edition is generally preferred to the first as being more complete; it includes the chart of the Strait of Magellan and the List of Plates (missing in many copies of the first edition). Furthermore, the second edition contains additional preliminary material in the form of a new preface in which Hawkesworth replies to the charges of poor editing made against him by Dalrymple. This is an unusually attractive copy in its original full calf binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Histoire Philosophique et Politique,

      . Des Etablissemens & du Commerce des Europeens dans les deux Indes. Nouvelle Edition. 7 Bände u. Atlas. Amsterdam 1773-74. Mit 50 Doppelblattgr. Kupferkarten. 8° u. 4° (Atlas). Schöne Hldr.-Bände d. Zt. mit 2 Rückensch. u. marmor Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückensch. u. Rückenvergold. (Atlas). Etwas berieben u. bestoßen. Atlas ohne Haupttitel. Schönes frisches Exemplar. - Eines der meistgelesenen Werke der Spätaufklärung über die Eroberungs- u. Handelsgeschichte der Europäer in Asien, Afrika und Amerika. Es wurde verboten und 1781 öffentlich zur Verbrennung verurteilt. - Selten komplett mit dem Atlas..

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        A Journal of the Voyage to the South Seas,

      London: Printed for Stanfield Parkinson, the Editor, , 1773. in His Majesty's ship, the Endeavour. Faithfully transcribed from the Papers of the Late Sydney Parkinson, Draughtsman to Joseph Banks, esq. on his Late Expedition with Dr. Solander, round the World. Embellished with Views and Designs, delineated by the Author, and engraved by Capital Artists. Folio, (332 × 272 mm.) Later mottled calf by Zaehnsdorf, double red morocco labels and date to the tail of the spine, low bands with dotted twist roll, framed by dog-tooth rolls, compartments gilt with large floral centre-tools, triple fillet panel to the boards with cinquefoil corner-tools, double fillet edge-roll, all edges gilt, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. Engraved portrait frontispiece after James Newton, 27 other plates depicting scenery, South Sea Islanders and their accoutrements, and the famous image of "Two Natives of New Holland advancing to Combat", and map of New Zealand. Skilful restoration to the spine, head and tail and to the joints, light toning, some off-setting as usual, but overall a handsomely presented, clean, and wide-margined copy. First Edition. His skill in botanical drawing being noticed at an exhibition of the Free Society of Artists in 1765?-6 Parkinson went to work for James Lee at his nursery in Hammersmith. Commissions from Joseph Banks followed, Parkinson being employed to "depict in water-colours from the preserved material some of the creatures collected on his 1766 expedition to Labrador and Newfoundland, and to make copies for him of paintings of Indian mammals and birds made for Gideon Loten, a former governor of Ceylon." [ODNB] Some of these latter being reproduced in Pennant's Indian Zoology. In 1768 when Banks formed his suite of "scientific gentlemen" to accompany Cook's voyage to the South Seas, Parkinson went as botanical draughtsman. The death at Tahiti of Alexander Buchan, the topographical draughtsman, threw a heavy extra burden on him but he attacked his task with "great flair and diligence," making at least 1300 sketches during the voyage "including the first in Western history of an Australian landscape and of its inhabitants at first hand, as well as compiled vocabularies of the languages spoken in Tahiti and New Holland, by the time the ship called at Batavia for repairs on the voyage home." At Batavia, like many others, Parkinson contracted dysentery and died at sea shortly afterwards. A dispute arose over his papers with his executors being paid £500 for the balance of salary due and for the papers and drawings, which Banks, as his employer, had felt were his property. Parkinson's brother Stanfield had a copy made of the papers whilst they were on loan to him, contrary to his arrangement with Banks, and arranged for publication; "... he was restrained by an injunction from doing so until the official account of the voyage had appeared... A result of the squabble was that although Hawkesworth, who edited [it] used Parkinson's papers and drawings freely he did not acknowledge them" (Dictionary of Australian Biography). The journal contains "much colourful detail not in those kept by Cook and Banks." An excellent copy of this uncommon and important account.

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        The Case of Mr. John Harrison [drop-head and docket title]

      [London:] , 1773. Folio, pp. 4. Disbound. Numbered in manuscript "42" in ink and "142" in blue pencil at upper outer corner of first page. A little paper restoration at centre fold, faint shadow of an ink stamp to first page, very good. A rare and significant survival, this is the third of three editions published, the first undated in 1767, and another in 1770 (though no extant copy of that printing is recorded). This third was published the year before Harrison was awarded most of the prize offered under the terms of the 1714 Longitude Act, and indeed may never have been issued; its rarity would suggest that it may have been withdrawn as Harrison's complaint was finally settled. The pamphlet sets out Harrison's case that his chronometer had passed every test set by the commissioners of the board of longitude. In particular, he complains that his masterpiece H4 has been duplicated successfully by the watchmaker Larcum Kendall, while he, the original maker, has been denied all access to his own creation. The story of Harrison's long struggle for recompense is now well known. The Longitude Act had offered "to reward anyone who could provide a method for determining longitude at sea within certain prescribed limits on a trial to the West Indies. The prizes were £10,000 for a determination to within 60 geographical miles, £15,000 to within 40 geographical miles and £20,000 to within 30 geographical miles" (ODNB). Despite the notable success of Harrison's chronometers in successive trials, the board was reluctant to award the prize in full, so Harrison resorted to lobbying in print on his own behalf. The three Cases of Mr. John Harrison were significant documents in that campaign. In 1774 he was awarded a final payment of £8,750, which, including all the payments over the years, came to a total of more than £20,000. No copy recorded in OCLC; ESTC locates copies at the BL and the National Trust.

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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,

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        Fables nouvelles.

      The Hague and Paris: Delalain -75 1773 - FIRST EDITION, small paper copy, 2 vols. (continuously paginated) in 1, with 2 engraved title-pages, one title-page vignette, one engraved frontispiece (lacking engraved frontispiece in vol. 2), 99 engraved vignettes, and 99 engraved culs-de-lampe all after Marillier, pp. xxii, [i], 176, [177-] 309, [3], 8vo, mid-19th-century crushed dark blue morocco, French fillets on sides, gilt corner pieces, spine richly gilt in compartments, gilt edges, minor wear, armorial bookplate of William Horatio Crawford, very good Quoting Locke on the benefits of illustrated Fables, Dorat gives this as the sole response to those who would criticise ‘la pompe typographique de cet Ouvrage.’ Cohen says that the work rivals Les Baisers in perfection of execution, and is ‘le chef d’oeuvre de Marillier.’The unsigned binding is probably French, but could equally be by Ramage.William Horation Crawford (1812-88) founder of the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork. (Cohen-de Ricci 314; Ray The French Illustrated Book 43)

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        A CONTINUATION OF THE NARRATIVE OF THE INDIAN CHARITY SCHOOL, BEGUN IN LEBANON, IN CONNECTICUT; NOW INCORPORATED WITH DARTMOUTH-COLLEGE, IN HANOVER, IN THE PROVINCE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE.

      New-Hampshire [i.e. Portsmouth]. 1773. - 40pp. Gathered signatures, stitched. Institutional ink stamp on titlepage. Contemporary manuscript notes on titlepage (noting the scope of the work), and in a few instances in the text. A bit of foxing and tanning. Very good. Untrimmed. The sixth of eight pamphlets published by Wheelock between 1763 and 1775, documenting his history of the first Indian school in America. The series began with his A PLAIN AND FAITHFUL NARRATIVE OF THE ORIGINAL DESIGN. (Boston, 1763), which covered 1754 to 1762. The school, founded by Wheelock, opened in 1754 under the name of the Moors Charity School. In 1772 it was removed to Hanover "where it formed the germ of the institution, known as Dartmouth College" (Field). This tract describes the progress made at Dartmouth College from May 6, 1771 to September 10, 1772. Wheelock begins with an account of the first buildings to be erected: "I have now finished, (that is so far as to render comfortable and decent) the building there mentioned to accommodate my students, of 80, by 32 feet; and have done it in the plainest and cheapest manner, which furnishes 16 comfortable rooms besides a kitchen, hall and store- room." Other constructions included a saw-mill, a grist- mill, and two barns: "I have also raised, and expect within a few days to finish a malt house of 30 feet square, and several other lesser buildings which were found necessary; I have also clear'd, and in a good measure fitted for improvement about 70 or 80 acres of land, and seeded with English grain about 20 acres last fall; from which I have taken at the late harvest, what was esteemed a good crop considering the land was so lately laid open to the sun." At the end is an interesting appendix, dated September 26, 1772, in which Wheelock describes a visit made by one of his colleagues, Mr. Ripley, to a tribe of Indians at Lorett (or Loretto), near Quebec, to recruit new students for his school. Ripley's proposal to the tribal chiefs was deemed acceptable: "In consequence of which determination, nine of their boys were made ready to accompany Mr. Ripley hither; three of which were children or descendants from captives, who had been captivated when they were young, and lived with them 'till they were naturalized and married among them. One was a descendant from the Rev. Mr. Williams who was captivated from Deerfield in 1704, but the boy was taken sick with the measles, and thereby his coming was prevented; but may be expected in the spring. Another was a descendant from Mr. Tarbull, who was captivated from Groton, in the year 1700, who is now a hearty and active man, and the eldest chief, and chief speaker of the tribe. He expressed great affection to his relations in New-England, sent his love to them, and desired they might be informed he had a grandson at the school. The other was son to Mr. Stacey, who was captivated from Ipswich, and is a good interpreter to that tribe. They all arrived safe and in health on that day fortnight, after they sat [sic] out from Caghnewaga, and appeared to be very glad 'that they had got home,' as they expressed it." There are two issues of this pamphlet, from the same setting of type; in the other the titlepage is dated 1772. Daniel and Robert Fowle were the only printers active in Portsmouth in this period. HOWES W330. SABIN 103210. SHIPTON & MOONEY 42542. BRISTOL B3675. BRINLEY SALE 467.

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        Esprit du Grand Corneille Extrait De Ses Oeuvres Dramatiques Dedie a Monsieur De Voltaire

      Societe Typographique, A Bouillon France 1773 - Thoughts of the Great Pierre Corneille, extract of his dramatic works, dedicated to Monsieur Voltaire.Original leather binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ein Mann und eine Frau an einem Tisch sitzend. Er reicht ihr einen Blütenstengel, sie, eine Handarbeit und Schere in den Händen haltend, blickt ihn an.

      . Gouache, auf Bütten. 47,5:38,5 cm. Verso an den Rändern Reste einer alten Verklebung.. Reinhold wurde durch den Zeitzer Maler J. G. Krippendorf (Geb. und Todesdat. unbek.) ausgebildet. Seit etwa 1773 lebte er in Gera, wo er sich vor allem als Porträtmaler thüringischer Bürgerfamilien und des Adels einen Namen machte, "wobei seine Ehrlichkeit am Häßlichen und Grotesken keineswegs vorübergeht, und sein Humor oft ergötzlich zum Ausdruck kommt." (zitiert aus: Thieme-Becker, Bd. 28, S. 133). Nach dem Brand seines Hauses zog er 1780 vorübergehend von Gera nach Schleiz, wo er sich ebenfalls erfolgreich als Maler betätigte. 1782-1783 hielt er sich in Neustadt auf, dann kehrte er nach Gera in sein wiederaufgebautes Haus zurück. Hier erhielt er mehrfach Aufträge von Graf Heinrich XXX. von Reuß-Gera und verwandten Fürstenhöfen. So unternahm er Reisen an reußische, thüringische und fränkische Fürstenhöfe sowie zu den Stolbergischen Harzschlössern, um seine Dienste als Porträtmaler anzubieten. Drei seiner Söhne, Friedrich Philipp (1779-1840), Gustav (1798-1849) und Heinrich (1788-1825) wurden ebenfalls Maler. Reinholds Arbeiten befinden sich u.a. im Rokoko-Museum im Belvedere bei Weimar und im Städtischen Museum in Gera.

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        Von der Landes-Hoheit in Policey-Sachen, nach denen Reichs-Gesezen und dem Reichs-Herkommen, wie auch aus denen Teutschen Staats-Rechts-Lehrern und eigener Erfahrung....

      Frankfurt u. Leipzig, 1773.. 4°, circa 20,6 x 18,5 cm. 4 Bll., 492 SS. Marmoriertes Leder d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägten Wappensupralibros auf beiden Deckeln, Rotschnitt. In sich abgeschlossene juristische Monographie, die zum "Teutschen Staatsrechts" (vgl. Stinzing/L. III1, 330) gehört. - Der schöne Einband mit kurfürstlich-bayerischem Allianzwappen auf den Deckeln und Monogramm BP (Bibliotheca Palatina) auf dem Rücken. - Gering gebräunt, ein Blatt mit Randausbesserung, Einband etwas berieben, mit leichtem Wurmfrass. Sehr dekorativ.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Oeconomische Encyklopädie, oder allgemeines System der Land- Haus- und Staats-Wirthschaft, in alphabetischer Ordnung. Ab Band 33 (1785): Oekonomisch-technologische Encyklopädie, oder allgemeines System der Staats- Stadt- Haus- und Landwirthschaft und der Kunstgeschichte... Ab Band 74 (1798): Oekonomisch-technologische Encyklopädie, oder allgemeines System der Staats- Stadt- Haus- und Landwirthschaft, wie auch der Erdbeschreibung, Kunst- und Naturgeschichte...

      Berlin, Joachim Pauli 1773-1855.. 8°. Je ca. 600 - 900 Seiten. Mit meist je einem Kupferstich-Frontispiz, einer Kupferstich-Titelvignette und zahlreichen tlw. gefalteten Tafeln in Kupferstich, einigen teils gefalteten Tabellen auf Tafelseiten. Unterschiedlich gebunden in schlichten Pappbänden der Zeit mit teilweise goldgeprägter Rückenbeschriftung (Siehe Foto). Einbände an den Kanten z. Tl. etwas berieben, Ecken bestoßen, Papier zumeist etwas gebräunt u. tlw. m. Gebrauchsspuren. Konvolut von 157 Bänden der von Johann Georg Krünitz (1728-1796) herausgegebenen Enzyklopädie, die von 1773-1858 in 242 Bänden erschienen ist und eine der wichtigsten wissenschaftsgeschichtlichen Quellen zu Wirtschaft und Technik der Zeit zwischen Aufklärung und Industrialisierung darstellt. Vorhanden: Bände 1-6, 9-19,21-59,61-64,66,67,69-92,94,98-107,109, 111-127,130,131,133-137,139, 141,142,145-147,149-151,154-157,168-170,172-174,177,179,181,184-188,190,192,194,196,204,215,227. Zusammen 157 Bände Auf Wunsch verpacken wir Ihre Bestellung als Geschenk..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Verlag Winfried Jenior]
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        Die beste Welt. Eine Theologische, Philosophische, Praktische Abhandlung aus dem Spanischen Grundtext des Don Ranudo . de Collibradoz, Beysitzer der heiligen Inquisition, übersetzet; und mit einer Zuschrift und Register begleitet von Johann Albrecht Ralph (d. i. Johann Albrecht Philippi). 2 Teile in 1 Band. Titel, 4 Bl., 205 S., 4 Bl.; 112 S. Mit Holzschnit-Vignetten. Moderner Lederbd mit Rückenschild und Filetenvergoldung.

      Ohne Ort, 1773. - Erste deutsche Übersetzung des 'Candide'; Neudruck der ersten, 1761 erschienenen deutschen Ausgabe, die 17 Jahre vor der Übersetzung durch Mylius erschienenen war. Fast zeilengenauer, kaum veränderter und etwas kompresser gesetzter Druck, unter Auslassung der Vorrede. Die Auflage beider Drucke war wohl winzig, und von Meusel, der irrig 1751 als Erscheinungsjahr angibt, über Goedeke, die ADB, Marbachs Weltliteraturkatalog, das DBI bis hin zum KNLL (das erst eine spätere Ausgabe von 1776 nennt) wird diese Übersetzung nur ungenau oder gar nicht verzeichnet. Von Voltaire als trivialer Scherz bezeichnet, wurde der Roman bald "viel gelesen, belacht, verdammt, gelobt, interpretiert, illustriert, auf den Index gesetzt, mißverstanden und in seiner bleibenden Aktualität erst spät erkannt. Stilistisch und thematisch von souveräner Vielseitigkeit, die Geschichtliches, Philosophisches und Dichterisches vereint, ist die Geschichte der Abenteuer des gutgläubigen Candide in einer Welt wechselnder Realitäten und Utopien auf den ersten Blick ein gelungener Spaß. (Aber) die ostentativ-boshafte Lustigkeit täuscht nicht über die latente Problematik der Geschichte hinweg . Das Werk ist doppelsinnig und widersprüchlich, sowohl pessimistisch, zynisch und skeptisch als auch optimistisch. Gutes und Böses halten sich die Waage in der von Voltaire beschriebenen Welt. Er entlarvt Utopien, Heilslehren und jedes Paradies auf Erden als Illusion und setzt nach kritischer Prüfung allen Seinsspekulationen den Mut zur Arbeit, wenn nicht als letzten Sinn des Lebens, so doch als Möglichkeit, es mit Würde zu bestehen, entgegen" (KNLL). Voltaire hatte seinen Roman als Übersetzung aus dem Deutschen eines Dr. Ralph ausgegeben. Der Übersetzer, der preußische Kriegsrat und Berliner Polzeidirektor Philippi (1721-1791) trat nun seinerseits als dieser Dr. Ralph auf und gab seine Übersetzung aus dem Französischen wiederum als Übertragung aus dem Spanischen aus, versah das Ganze frech mit einer fingierten Zensur-Approbationen sowie mit Gleichnissen zeitgenössischer Dichter wie Gellert u. a. – Fleckig bzw. gebräunt. Eindruck "Deutsche Lese-Bibliothek" unter der Jahreszahl auf dem Titel. Die Widmung datiert: 1. April 1758. – Äußerst selten und nur in zwei deutschen Bibliotheken vorhanden. Das Exemplar der Berliner Staatsbibliothek ist Kriegsverlust. – Vgl. Fromm 26940.

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        Essays concerning iron and steel:

      the first, containing observations on American sand-iron: the second, observations, founded on experiments, on common iron-ore, with the method of reducing it first into pig or sow-metal, and then into bar-iron; on the sort of iron proper to be converted into good steel, and the method of refining that bar-steel, and the method of refining that bar-steel by fusion, so as to render it fit for the more curious purposes: with an account of Mr. Reaumur's method of softening cast-iron; and an Appendix, discovering a more perfect method of charring pit-coal, so as to render it a proper succedaneum for charred wood-coal.A valuable contemporary contribution to the rather fraught, and certainly competitive, early development of modern steel manufacture in England. Although Benjamin Huntsman (1704-1776) of Sheffield has been usually credited with the invention of crucible steel, or 'cast steel' as it was known at the time, the little known Henry Horne, a London-based cutler seems also to have played a part in developing new methods of steel manufacture at about the same time. Surprisingly, Horne mentions in his Essays neither Huntsman nor Samuel Walker, another contemporary experimenter in crucible steel making. In his book, Horne claims originality in his own process and seems to have perfected an efficient and commercial steel razor manufacturing business in London, the steel itself being produced with a highly polished surface. The steel used, Horne claimed, was "vastly superior" to that produced by his rival, John Waller, and which Horne was able to supply to the London cutlers "at a very moderate price". Waller eventually took the process to Sheffield and was able to undercut Horne's prices, resulting, inevitably, in substantial loss of business to the London manufacturer. Horne, while now hardly a footnote to industrial history, was certainly an early cast steel maker, although there is nothing in his account to suggest a date earlier than 1765, by which time others in Sheffield were also practising the art.12mo., (2) + 223 + (1)pp., wanting a half-title, short tear to inner margin of title (no loss), inner margin (gutter) of following leaf stained, contemporary sheep, stamped in blind, some wear to joints else a sound copy., 1773. First edition: scarce. Sabin 33031.. the first, containing observations on American sand-iron: the second, observations, founded on experiments, on common iron-ore, with the method of reducing it first into pig or sow-metal, and then into bar-iron; on the sort of iron proper to be converted into good steel, and the method of refining that bar-steel, and the method of refining that bar-steel by fusion, so as to render it fit for the more curious purposes: with an account of Mr. Reaumur's method of softening cast-iron; and an Appendix, discovering a more perfect method of charring pit-coal, so as to render it a proper succedaneum for charred wood-coal. A valuable contemporary contribution to the rather fraught, and certainly competitive, early development of modern steel manufacture in England. Although Benjamin Huntsman (1704-1776) of Sheffield has been usually credited with the invention of crucible steel, or 'cast steel' as it was known at the time, the little known Henry Horne, a London-based cutler seems also to have played a part in developing new methods of steel manufacture at about the same time. Surprisingly, Horne mentions in his Essays neither Huntsman nor Samuel Walker, another contemporary experimenter in crucible steel making. In his book, Horne claims originality in his own process and seems to have perfected an efficient and commercial steel razor manufacturing business in London, the steel itself being produced with a highly polished surface. The steel used, Horne claimed, was "vastly superior" to that produced by his rival, John Waller, and which Horne was able to supply to the London cutlers "at a very moderate price". Waller eventually took the process to Sheffield and was able to undercut Horne's prices, resulting, inevitably, in substantial loss of business to the London manufacturer. Horne, while now hardly a footnote to industrial history, was certainly an early cast steel maker, although there is nothing in his account to suggest a date earlier than 1765, by which time others in Sheffield were also practising the art. 12mo., (2) + 223 + (1)pp., wanting a half-title, short tear to inner margin of title (no loss), inner margin (gutter) of following leaf stained, contemporary sheep, stamped in blind, some wear to joints else a sound copy.

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        Neues lehrreiches und vollständiges Magazin, vor junges Frauenzimmer die ganze Koch-Kunst, und Zuckerbeckerei, samt allem, was damit verknüpft ist, vollkommen zu erlernen.( hier: Teil 2 von 2 erschienenen Teilen ).

      Macklot, Karlsruhe 1773 - ( .Nach Art derer Magazins der Madame le Prince de Beaumont, in Fragen und Antworten eingekleidet, und mit alphabetischem Register zum bequemen Aufschlagen derer darinnen enthaltenen mehr als 4500 Speisen auch einem Tranchir-Buch mit Figuren versehen. Zweyter Theil. Neue Auflage ( Verfasser ermittelt ) ). Hier der zweite Teil des umfangreichen Kochbuchs mit Titelblatt, den Seiten 751 - 1542 sowie dem umfangreichen Gesamtregister über beide Teile mit 76 Seiten, ferner 2 n.n. Blätter. Schlichter Pergamentband der Zeit, 8° ( 17,5 x 11 cm ). Der vorliegende Band behandelt: Saucen, Brühen, Pasteten, Torten, Kuchen, Backwerk, Essig, Salz, Tunken, Gallert, Gelees, Zuckerwaren, Säfte, Konserven, Marmeladen, Auftragen der Speisen an Fleischtagen und Fastentagen sowie zu Hochzeiten, Sonn- und Feiertagen, ferner mit Hinweisen zur vorteilhaften Anschaffung als auch *Aufbehaltung allerley Victualien*. Einband etwas fleckig und leicht berieben, innen Titelblatt und erste Seiten etwas stärker fleckig bzw. stockfleckig, sonst gelegentlich etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, einige Seiten leicht angeknickt bzw. etwas eselsohrig ( letzte Seiten oben stärker eselsohrig ). - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 500 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Anleitung zu der Bergbaukunst nach ihrer Theorie und Ausübung

      Wien, Trattner, 1773. - nebst einer Abhandlung von den Grundsätzen der Berg-Kammeralwissenschaft für die Kaiserl. Königl Schemnitzer Bergakademie. Mit 24 gefalteten Tafeln, 9 Blatt, 519 Seiten, 45 Seiten, Lederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 26 x 21,5 cm, Einband etwas berieben, sonst gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anleitung zu der Bergbaukunst nach ihrer Theorie und Ausübung, nebst einer Abhandlung von den Grundsätzen der Berg-Kammeralwissenschaft.

      Wien, Trattner, 1773.. Kl-4; Titel mit gest. Vignette (von J. E. Mansfeld nach F. X. Würth), 8 Bll., 45, 519 pp mit einigen Vignetten, 24 gefaltete Kupfertaf. (von L. Assner nach D. C. v. Dietrichstein); Ldr. d. Zt. mit 5 Bünden, Rotschnitt, reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung und Rückenschildchen (Rücken mit Buchblock verklebt, etwas berieben und bestoßen, oberes Kapital mit kl. Fehlstellen); Besitzeintrag auf vorgebundenem weißem Blatt, innen nahezu fleckenfrei und sehr frisch. - Die Abhandlung zur Berg-Kameralwissenschaft vor statt nach dem Hauptteil eingebunden.. Wurzbach 3, 221; Poggendorff 1, 544; ADB 5, 38; Humpert 3855. - Erste Ausgabe, auf Kosten des Hofärars für die Schemnitzer Bergakademie gedruckt und ihrer Gründerin Maria Theresia gewidmet. Enthält: "Von der unterirdischen Berggeographie" - "Von dem Grubenbaue" - "Von der Aufbereitung der Erzte über Tages" - "Von der Bergbauwirthschaft". Der deutsche Bergbauwissenschaftler Delius (1728-1779) lehrte seit 1770 in Schemnitz und wurde 1772 an die Hofkammer nach Wien berufen. Sein ausführliches, reich illustriertes bergmännisches Handbuch blieb für lange Zeit maßgeblich.

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        The history of the life of Nader Shah, king of Persia : Extracted from an eastern manuscript, which was translated into French by order of His Majesty the King of Denmark With an introduction containing, I a description of Asia, according to the

      London: Printed by J. Richardson, for T. Cadell in the Strand. , 1773. Title Continuation: /" the oriental Geographers. II. A short history of Persia from the earliest times to the present century : and an appendix, ..." [46], lxxii, 196 p. ; 8vo. Description: Introduction: A description of Asia, according to the Oriental geographers. A short history of Persia from the earliest times to the present century.--The history of the life of Nader Shah.--Appendix: An essay on Asiatick poetry. The history of the Persian language. Pieces relative to the French translation. An excellent clean example, now bound handsomely in a full leather binding, with gilt embellished spine.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Élémens d'Architecture ? [Première Partie]; [bound with:] Nouveaux Élémens d'Architecture ? Seconde Partie

      Paris: Chez l'Auteur ... et Chez Desnos, 1773. First edition. First part: 17 engraved plates, printed recto and verso, most hand-colored in wash and pink watercolor; second part: 36 numbered engravings and 12 supplemental plates (in two series numbered 1-6 each) by P.L. Bienvenue. [ii], 27, [1]; 22 pp. 2 vols. 8vo. Contemporary mottled calf, smooth spine gilt all over with small volute tool, red morocco lettering-piece. Light wear along joints, internally fine. Architecture Textbook for Young Students The first two parts of Panseron's Elements of Architecture, a textbook for young students. The first part treats the five orders and other basic elements of architecture, the second deals with sculpture as it relates to architecture. A third part, published in 1776, explains the application of the five orders to construction. The parts were issued separately or together. [With:] Recueil des Profils d'Architecture Composé par le Sr. Panseron ... Engraved title and 54 (of 56) engraved plates showing architectural and design details of interiors, cornices, columns, etc. Paris: Chez Mondhare et Jean, n.d. [ca. 1773]. Contemporary quarter citron morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt, with intials "F.B." at spine. Light spotting throughout, pinholes to margins.

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        Dictionnaire Portatif, Francois Et Hollandois ... Et Augmentee ... Dictionnaire Portatif, François Et Hollandois ... Huitième Édition, Corrigée ... Et Augmentée ... (Neder-Duitsch En Fransch Woorden-Boek)

      Abraham Blusse En Zoon, 1773, Hardback, 1773 EditionFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt-titled spine, raised bands with gilt-decoration. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 816 pages; Subjects: MARIN, Pieter.

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        A complete set of Baskerville's classics, in matching Kalthoeber bindings

      Birmingham: Baskerville, 1757-, 1773. Seven volumes, quarto, in matching full contemporary red straight-grain morocco bindings, almost certainly by Kalthoeber, elaborate gilt borders on covers, gilt-decorated spines in 7 compartments, gilt-lettered in 3, all edges gilt and gauffred, blue-grey paper endpapers; a remarkably fine and compelling set, the first volume extra-illustrated by the insertion of an engraved title page by J. Goeree after G. Valk from an unidentified edition of Virgil. 'Astonishing all the librarians of Europe'. A glorious set of this great series of printed classics, a late eighteenth-century high point in printing and publishing and generally seen as Baskerville's greatest achievement alongside his famous Bible. The set consists of the first editions of each of Baskerville's classical authors (Virgil, Juvenal & Persius, Horace, Catullus, Terence, Sallust & Florus, and Lucretius),The superb bindings are unsigned, but the tools, materials, and style clearly indicate the work of Christian Kalthoeber, the famous German craftsman producing some of the finest bindings of the period in London during the 1780s and 1790s.The beauty of Baskerville's books lies not only in his celebrated and unmistakeable types, still honoured today in computer-produced fonts, but also in paper and ink, both manufactured under his supervision. This magnificent set is the result of the addition of these to Kalthoeber's distinctive and beautiful style of binding.'The famous quarto 'Virgil,' the first of those 'magnificent editions' which, in the words of Macaulay, 'went forth to astonish all the librarians of Europe' (History, ch. iii.), appeared in 1757, and is not too highly praised by Dibdin as 'one of the most finished specimens of typography' (Introduction to the Classics, ii. 554).A beautiful quarto 'Horace' appeared in 1770, and seems to have sold fairly well. He was thus tempted in 1772 to bring out a series of quarto editions of Latin authors Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, Lucretius, Terence and next year Sallust and Florus. These noble quartos are said to be incorrect texts; for their magnificence of type, paper, ink, and presswork there can only be unqualified praise. Nothing finer had yet been attempted in England.''The typography of Baskerville,' says Dibdin, 'is eminently beautiful... He united in a singularly happy manner the elegance of Plantin with the clearness of the Elzevirs... He seems to have been extremely curious in the choice of his paper and ink: the former being in general the fruit of Dutch manufacture, and the latter partaking of a peculiarly soft lustre, bordering on purple. In his italic letter, whether capital or small, I think he stands unrivalled; such elegance, freedom, and perfect symmetry being in vain to be looked for among the specimens of Aldus and Colinseus' (Introduction to the Classics, ii. 556).' (DNB).The modern study of Baskerville's printing is Philip Gaskell's Bibliography in which these appear as numbers 1 (first printing on wove paper, and his "first and perhaps finest book", with 20 additional names in the subscribers' list, a number unrecorded by Gaskell); 15; 39 (with engraved vignette title page, frontispiece, and 4 engraved plates by Gravelot, the latter appearing in only half of the edition, and on the higher of 2 qualities of paper); 43; 44; 46; 50; and 51.

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        STATUTI di Milano volgarizzati con note, e spiegazioni a pubblica intelligenza, e utilità. [volume primo e secondo] [Segue:] Supplementi al primo e al secondo volume degli Statuti di Milano volgarizzati.

      - In Milano, appresso Giuseppe Galeazzi regio stampatore, 1773-1775, tre parti legate in voll. 2, in-4, leg. coeva in piena pergamena, pp. XX, VIII, 409, [3], - [8], 315, [1], Con 2 tavv. ripiegate al primo volume. Buon esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hands (plate XIII from "Corps complet d'anatomie"). Matted and framed

      Nancy: J.B.H. LeClerc, 1773. First printing. Gautier d'Agoty, Arnauld-Eloi. Plate 13 (hands) from Corps complet d'anatomie (Nancy: J. B. H. LeClerc, 1773). Mezzotint printed in colors by Gautier d'Agoty's 4-color method. Plate size approx. 535 x 390 mm. Archivally matted and framed.Arnaud-Eloi Gautier d'Agoty was the second son of the celebrated Jacques-Fabien Gautier d'Agoty (1717-86), who for thirty years held the royal privilege for color printing in France. J. F. Gautier d'Agoty was (or claimed to be) the inventor of the four-color method (red, blue, yellow and black) of printing mezzotints in color, an improvement on the three-color method devised in the early part of the 18th century by Jacques Christophe Le Blon. (d. 1741). Gautier d'Agoty obtained the color printing privilege in 1742, and over the next three decades he and his associates, including his son Arnauld-Eloi, issued a series of illustrated works, primarily on human anatomy, that were as radically original and dramatic in their size and artistic composition as they were in their manner of production.The series of large anatomical works issued by the Gautier d'Agotys concluded with Arnaud-Eloi's Corps complet d'anatomie (1773), "a major work of great merit and satisfaction . . . [The work's] fifteen plates follow a scheme of progress, from the classical figures at the start, to skeletal hands and feet; or we can see it as a strip performance, from fully clad nudes by stages to muscle and bone" (Franklin, pp. 49-50). Among the most brilliant of these plates is the present one showing five skeletal and muscular hands; "the space and execution of this raise it to a place among the finest plates of any sort achieved by the Gautier family" (Franklin, p. 50). 40098

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        Anleitung zu der Bergbaukunst nach ihrer Theorie und Ausübung

      Wien, Trattner, 1773.. nebst einer Abhandlung von den Grundsätzen der Berg-Kammeralwissenschaft für die Kaiserl. Königl Schemnitzer Bergakademie. Mit 24 gefalteten Tafeln, 9 Blatt, 519 Seiten, 45 Seiten, Lederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 26 x 21,5 cm,. Einband etwas berieben, sonst gut erhalten.

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        The Carpenter's Treasure

      1773. WALLIS, N. The Carpenter's Treasure; A collection of designs for temples, with their plans, gates, doors, rails, and bridges, in the gothic taste; With the centres at large, for striking gothic curves and mouldings; and some specimens of rails, in the Chinese taste: Forming a complete system for rural decoration. Unpaginated. Title-page plus 16 engraved plates. Large 8vo., 255 x 175 mm, bound in modern calf, black morocco spine labels with gilt borders. London: I. Taylor, [1773]. |~||~||~||~| "A New Edition." The plates are dated 6 Nov. 1773 and the first undated edition was evidently published by 1774, as the Taylor advertisement with it includes William Pain's Practical Builder published that year. A self-described architect, Wallis is best known as the author of three pattern-books. The Carpenter's Treasure, the third such work, provides 'rural decorations' -temples, gates, rails, and bridges - mainly in the Gothic style. An attractive copy. PROVENANCE: William Wilshere with his ex-libris. Wilshere served in the House of Parliament from 1837 to 1847. In 1858 he became the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire. Harris 902.

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        Geometria Subterranea, oder Unterirdische Meßkunst der Berg- und Grubengebäude, insgemein die Markscheidekunst genannt: Zum Besten derer, die sich dieser Wissenschaft wiedmen wollen,

      - nach einer sechs und dreysigjährigen Bemühung, in drey Theilen herausgegeben. Neue verbesserte Ausgabe. . Leipzig, Johann Paul Kraus, 1773, 4°, 5 Blatt, 572 S., 10 Blatt + 8 gefaltete Kupferstichtafeln, etwas späterer Pergamenteinband.

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        Elements of Navigation: or the Practical Rules of the Art, Plainly Laid Down, and Clearly Demonstrated from their Principles; with Suitable Examples to these Rules. To which are Annexed all the Necessary Tables

      Edinburgh: Printed for the Author, and for Geo. Robinson ... and A. Donaldson, 1773. First edition. 14 folding engraved plates, numerous diagrams, tables. xvi, [2, errata], 510 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary brown calf, red leather spine label.. Small chip to upper right joint, corners bumped; text slightly browned, occasional light spotting. An attractive, sound copy.

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        Description de l'Arabie, d'après les observations et recherches faites dans le pays même

      Copenhagen: Chez Nicolas Möller, 1773. First edition in French, with half-title. 24 plates, two of which have hand-colored diacritical marks (of Arabic text) and initials; folding genealogical table; large fold-out map hand-colored in outline. 1 f. (half-title), [i]-xliii, [xliv-xlvi], [1]-372 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Full period raintree calf, spine gilt, boards tooled with floral border gilt. Short closed tear in folding map repaired, some minor dampstaining in margins. Fine. With the large fold-out map of Yemen hand-colored in outline. Niebuhr really only covered a small triangle of Yemen in his exploration, but as Palgrave stated"... that (his) intelligence and courage which first opened Arabis to Europe.". He was the source for Gibbon on Arabia.

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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,.

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        Dominus ac Redemptor [bound with:] Gravissimis ex causis

      Romae: ex Typographia Rev. Cam Apostolicae, 1773. First edition (?) of the first title (one of four editions in 1773). Extra-illustrated with engraved frontipiece portrait of Clement XIV by Alexius Giardoni. A-C4 D2; xxvii, [i]. *2; iv pp. Text in Latin with facing Italian translation; two columns. Text of both works (22.5 cm.) inlaid to larger sheets. 1 vols. 4to. Remboitage of contemporary pink satin over pasteboards, embroidered with gold thread to a design of interlacing ribbons and leafy curls, in the center the arms of Pope Clement XIV on a blue ground. First four leaves of first work slightly dampstained. Preserved in a cloth box. The Suppression of the Jesuits - Embroidered Binding with Pope Clement XIV's Arms A fundamentally important text in the history of the Catholic Church and its long and contentious history with the Society of Jesuits - expelled in this decree by Clement XIV - whose arms are beautifully embroidered on the covers.

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        De Officiis ad Marcum filium

      Luteti [Paris]: Jos. Barbou, 1773. 346 pp. 32mo. Contemporary full red morocco, front cover with gilt-stamped arms and motto of Lord Stuart de Rothesay, spine in 6 compartments with 5 raised bands, lettered in one, tooled in gilt in the rest, a.e.g., with fore-edge painting under gilt of Cicero declaiming to two listeners. Bookplate of Stanley Marcus and another unidentified. Early library shelfmark label to ffep. A fine wide-margined copy printed on blue paper, with a fore-edge painting.

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        La France divisee suivant ses Provinces ou Gouvernmens Militaires

      Paris 1773 - Size : 510x690 (mm), 20.125x27.125 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("A. Rosetti / Cpllmstr").

      O. O. u. D.. 1½ SS. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt (Wasserzeichen: doppelstrichige Antiquaversalien "SKW"). 4to.. An einen nicht ermittelten Adressaten: "Wohlgebohrener sonders zuverehrender Herr! Gleich nach Eingange Ihres ersten Briefes, worinn uns die Hoffnung, Sie samt wehrtesten Frauen Gemahlinn bey eintrethenden Ostern hier bey uns zu haben, benommen wurde, entschlossen sich hiesige Herrschaft sich anderwärts eine Sängerin von Range zu beschreiben, die nun täglich erwarthet wird. Jetzt steht aber dahin, ob man wegen einem Engagement von beeden Seithen einig werden kan; voraus läßt sichs nicht bestimmen. Wollen sie mir erlauben, Sie nach Ostern von dem Außgange zu berichten? Um selbige Zeit wird auch die Wiedergenesung der Madame erfolgt seyn, und so kan sichs sehr wohl schicken, daß ich Sie bitte die Tour hieher zu machen. Halten Sie sich ja nicht durch diesen Vorfall zurückgesetzt; denn es war Nothwendigkeit eine Sängerinn, die Oster Musiken zu singen, zu haben; ausser diesem würden wir hier gern die Niederkunft Ihrer Frau Gemahlin abgewartet haben, um so mehr, da uns das vorzügliche Talent und übrige vortreffliche Eigenschaften derselben gar zu wohl bekannt sind. Wir wollen also die Sache noch nicht als decidirt ansehen - kurze Zeit wird entscheiden, ob ich das Vergnügen haben soll oder könne Sie samt Madame persönlich kennen zu lernen [...]". - Seit 1773 war Rosetti Kontrabassist in der Hofkapelle des Fürsten Kraft Ernst zu Oettingen-Wallerstein. In Paris wurde er gefeiert; er verkehrte mit Gluck und Piccinni. Nach dem Weggang Joseph Reichas wurde Rosetti 1785 zum Kapellmeister der Wallersteiner Hofkapelle ernannt und avancierte zu einem der beliebtesten Komponisten seiner Zeit: "Rosetti's contemporaries ranked him with Haydn and Mozart" (New Grove XVI, 206). Von wachsender Verschuldung geplagt, wechselte er 1789 an den Hof des Herzogs von Mecklenburg-Schwerin, der sein Gehalt verdreifachte.

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        The history of the life of Nader Shah, king of Persia. : Extracted from an eastern manuscript, which was translated into French by order of His Majesty the King of Denmark. With an introduction containing, I. a description of Asia, according to the .

      Printed by J. Richardson, for T. Cadell in the Strand., London 1773 - Title Continuation: /" the oriental Geographers. II. A short history of Persia from the earliest times to the present century : and an appendix, ." [46], lxxii, 196 p. ; 8vo. Description: Introduction: A description of Asia, according to the Oriental geographers. A short history of Persia from the earliest times to the present century.--The history of the life of Nader Shah.--Appendix: An essay on Asiatick poetry. The history of the Persian language. Pieces relative to the French translation. An excellent clean example, now bound handsomely in a full leather binding, with gilt embellished spine. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Introduzione alla cognizione fisica, e politica d?Europa di Ant. Federico Busching consigliere del concistoro supremo del Re di Prussia ... Tradotta in lingua toscana dall?Ab. Gaudioso Jagemann. Edizione prima veneta.

      Venezia, presso Antonio Zatta, 1773. In 8vo (cm. 20,5); legatura dell?epoca in mezza pergamena e bella carta goffrata; pp. 144 + una grande tavola ripiegata: ?tavola di ragguaglio dei pesi Veneti? di Marin Ambelicopolo Maestro di Zecca, Antonio Damjani Bilanciaio pubblico, Tommaso Deserti, Maestro d?Aritmetica. I confini dell?Europa; Il commercio in genere; Compagnie mercantili; Il Commercio degli Europei in Europa, il Asia, in Africa, in America... Axs

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        Estatutos de la Sociedad Bascongada de los Amigos del País, según acuerdo de sus Juntas de Vitoria, por abril de 1765.

      - [1773- 1793] Edición facsímil. 14 Vols. 200 p. aprox. cada volumen. 4º m. Encuadernación en cartoné nuevo con tejuelos en los planos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Informazione alli forestieri delle cose piu notabili della citta, e st

      1773. LONGHI, Francesco M. Informazione alli forestieri delle cose piu notabili della citta, e stato di Bologna. [1] -190, [2], iv pp. Illustrated with fold out engraved map by P. Panfili, 2 small ornamental woodcuts and decorated initial. Small 8vo., 143 x 98 mm, bound in cream paper over boards with paper title label, speckled edges. In Bologna: Nella Stamp del Longhi, 1773.|~| |~||~||~||~| Rare First Edition (OCLC and RLIN do not list any earlier editions), with large pristine engraved fold-out map of "Pianta della città di bologna" by P. Panfili, measuring 376 x 424 mm, marking all of the various bridges, palazzi and other points of interest around the city. Depicts in fine detail six important structures in late eighteenth-century Bologna: Foro de' Mercanti (Mercanzia Square); Scuole Publiche, o sia Università (Bolognese Studio); Instituto delle Scienze (Bologna's University); Zecca (the mint, closed in 1860); Fonte publico (Neptune's fountain); and Palazzo publico (Accursio Palace--town hall). Four pages of errata following the text. There is some light rubbing to extremities of binding, spine paper label with small tear, otherwise fine, map is in fine condition. RLIN lists only four copies of this early edition (National Gallery of Art, The Getty, Columbia University, and Canadian Centre for Architecture). OCLC lists only one that loosely matches the pagination and measurements, although no date is given (at the Bibliotheque d'Art et d'Archeologie). I libri di viaggio e le guide della raccolta Luigi Vittorio Fossati Bellani III, 2677 (later edition).

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        Fables nouvelles

      1773. DORAT, Claude Joseph. Fables nouvelles. Two volumes. [xxii], [2], 176; [177]-309, [3] pp. Illustrated with 2 engraved title-pages, 1 full-page plate (repeated), 1 title-page fleuron, 99 vignettes, and 99 culs-de-lampe all executed after designs by Pierre-Clément Marillier. 8vo., 204 x 131 mm, bound nineteenth-century calf-backed boards. A La Haye, Et se trouve à Paris: Chez Delalain, 1773. |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition, first issue, of Dorat's Fables nouvelles. Gordon N. Ray described this edition as an "eighteenth-century masterpiece of miniature illustration." Cohen-De Ricci claimed that this work remains the "chef-d'oeuvre de Marillier, sous le rapport de la finesse de l'exécution et de l'esprit qui règne dans tous les jolis sujets qui l'ornent." Pierre-Clément Marillier (1740-1808) was praised by Dorat for these delightful interpretations of the author's verse. It was with good reason that Baron Roger Portalis described this artist as "The Master of the Infinitely Small." Of the two-hundred and two engravings herein there are indeed many masterpieces in miniature. Lewine quite simply states that, "In delicacy of execution, as well as in the beauty of the embellishments, the book rivals Les Baisers and must be regarded as Marillier's masterpiece." A very nice copy with fine impressions of all the plates. Lewine 150-151. Cohen-De Ricci 313-316. Ray, French 43 (with 4 reproductions). Portalis Les dessinateurs au XVIIIe siècle I, 367

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        An Institute of the Law of Scotland, In Four Books, In the Order of Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions of that Law Two Volumes in One

      Edinburgh: Printed for John Bell, at Addison's Head, 1773. Contemporary speckled calf, rebacked, a good clean copy First edition of Erskine's principal work, and one of the pre-eminent Institutes of Scots law, bringing nearly to perfection the Scots Institutionalist tradition and, in Erskine's case, foreshadowing both Austin and Bentham

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        [Commentarius Historicus Et Dogmaticus De Sacramentis, in Genere Et in Specie, Quo Defenduntur Veritates Catholic? Contra Antiquos Et Recentiores H?reticos: .... . ... His Adduntur Dissertationes De Censuris, De Irregularitatibus, Et ... (Truncated)

      Venetiis : Sumptibus Societatem [Sic], 1773, Hardback, Editio novissima Veneta post sextam LugdunensemFull Book Title: [Commentarius Historicus Et Dogmaticus De Sacramentis, in Genere Et in Specie, Quo Defenduntur Veritates Catholicæ Contra Antiquos Et Recentiores Hæreticos: .... . ... His Adduntur Dissertationes De Censuris, De Irregularitatibus, Et De Indulgentiis, Exactæ Ad Veterem Et Hodiernam Ecclesiæ Disciplinam. Auctore Gaspare JueninVery good in the original full [limp] vellum. Minor generalized wear to extremities of covers, with insignificant external stamps and dust-dulling. Internally, altogether clean and quite sound. A very good copy. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 602 pages; Ab innumeris mendis sedulo expurgata. Printed with 2 columns per page. Half-title: Juenin De sacrementis in genere, et specie. Editio novissima Veneta post sextam Lugdunensem. Physical desc. : XX, 602, [1] p. ; fol. Subject: Sacraments - Catholic Church - Early works to 1800. Language: Latin.

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        "Steüer Register der [...] Stadt Rottenmann pro Anno militari 773". Dt. Handschrift auf Papier.

      Rottenmann, 1773.. Fol. 17 nn. Seiten, 1 weißes Bl., Geheftet.. Steuerbuch der Stadt Rottenmann auf das Jahr 1773. - Verzeichnet in der ersten Spalte die laufende Nummer (rund 100), in der zweiten die Namen der Steuerzahler mit Angabe ihres Berufes sowie tlw. weiterer Angaben, in der dritten die veranschlagte Steuerleistung und in der vierten die geleistete Zahlung. - Leichte Gebrauchsspuren. -

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        Oeuvres de Molière avec des remarques grammaticales; des avertissemens et des observations sur chaque pièce, par M. Bret

      First printing of this edition made famous by Bret. Illustrated book of the famous portrait of Molière etched Cathelin Mignaud from the frontispiece of the first volume, 6 florets as well as 33 fine figures of Moreau Le Jeune. Undoubtedly one of the finest editions of Molière, "The sequence of figures Moreau is one of the estimated" (Cohen, 717). Pages titles in red and black. Full brown calf period. Back smooth ornate pedestal. Parts of title and volume number in red morocco. Golden caster on cuts. Triple gilt frames in dishes. Interior lace. Some corners very lightly bumped. Beautiful set comfortably established in a rich contemporary binding. This edition, much sought after for the quality of its artwork (Cochin Moreau was with one of the most loved illustrators of his day) is also good for the correction of the text that must be in the heat of Bret; it has in fact carefully revised texts based on the original editions; notes and comments, witness his work is no less interesting, and make this year one of the jewels among those of Molière. Par la compagnie des libraires associés Paris 1773 6 tomes en 6 Vol. in 8 (13x20,5cm) 6 volumes reliés

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        Chefs-d'oeuvre dramatiques, ou recueil des meilleures pieces du théâtre françois, tragique, comique et lyrique

      First edition, beautifully illustrated and finely 3 figures, 15 header, and 10 tail-lamp, all by Eisen and engraved by de Launay young Helman, Masquelier, Born and Ponce. Printing on large paper.Full mottled calf period. Back tooled raised, wheels and tail head. Part of title in red morocco. Triple Net framework on food. Gilt edges. Cap fragile head with gaps, same tail. Beautiful jaspure on flat (green, touge, beige). Despite minor flaws, fine copy in a luxury binding, and very fresh.The volume, in addition to the preliminary parts, with essays on the dramatic genre of Marmontel, brings together three tragedies of the French theater of the seventeenth: Sophosnibe Du Ryer Scévole Mairet and Wenceslas Rotrou. This first volume was to be followed by several others, but the project failed. Beautiful publication.Bookplate engraved eighteenth, library Laus Boissy. A second bookplate nineteenth: library of Count Alexis de Priest. De l'imprimerie de Grangé A Paris 1773 Grd. in 4 (22x29cm) xij, lxxij, 107p. vij, 118p. xvj, 132p. (3) relié

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