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        A Dictionary of Ancient Geography

      London: Printed for G. Robinson, 1773. Leather Bound. Good/No Jacket. n.p., 21 cm. Full leather. Bookplate of 'Lord Walsingham' on front paste-down endpaper. Extended title reads: "Explaining The Local Appellations in Sacred, Grecian, and Roman History; Exhibiting The Extent of Kingdoms, and Situations of Cities, &c. and illustrating The Allusions and Epithets in the Greek and Roman Poets. The Whole established by proper Authorities, and designed for the Use of Schools." MacBean was one of the compilers of Johnson's dictionary.

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        Anacréon, Sapho, Bion et Moschus

      Le Boucher 1773 - In-8° plein maroquin bleu, triple filet autour des plats, dos à nerfs orné de roulettes et de caissons à motifs dorés, filet or sur les coupes, DOUBLURE DE MAROQUIN CITRON ornée de filets, roulettes et dentelle dorés, tranches dorées sur marbrure (reliure signée CHAMBOLLE-DURU), 280 pp Edition illustrée EN PREMIER TIRAGE d'1 frontispice et de 12 vignettes d'après EISEN gravées par MASSARD "L'un des livres les plus élégamment illustrés du XVIIIème siècle", Cohen 79 ; Rahir 291 ; Sander 17 ; "L'illustration d'Anacréon, . moins à la mode que celle des Baisers, est tout aussi jolie", (Portalis 207). Oberlé, 1 EXEMPLAIRE IMPRIME SUR PAPIER DE HOLLANDE. Très bel exemplaire, hormis de légères rousseurs très éparses

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        In lode delle Belle Arti orazione e componimenti poetici relazione del concorso e de' premi distribuiti in Campidoglio dall'insigne Accademia del disegno in S. Luca il di 27 aprile 1773 secondo l'istituzione del nobil uomo Carlo Pio Balestra essendo principe dell'Accademia il signor Andrea Bergondi scultore.

      per il Casaletti,, In Roma, 1773 - Cm. 28, pp. (2) 70 (2). Bell'antiporta allegorica, emblema calcografico dell'accademia al frontespizio, alcune grandi vignette in luogo di testate e finali, capolettera istoriati e la raffigurazione di due medaglie. Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida. Tracce d'uso alla legatura, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Interessante nota manoscritta di possesso di: Colonel Fraille (?) academics of Rome and Florence. In fine segnaliamo il lungo poema di Gioacchino Pizzi: Il Tempio del Buon Gusto seguito da vari elenchi e cataloghi degli accademici.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        TRAVELS THROUGH SICILY AND THAT PART OF ITALY FORMERLY CALLED MAGNA GRAECIA (Riedefel) and A TOUR THROUGH EGYPT WITH AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF ITS CITIES AND THE MODERN STATE OF THE COUNTRY (Granger/ Tourtechon)

      London; Edward and Charles Dilly, 1773 vii + 383 pages. 5 1/2 X 8 1/2 in. high. Full polished calf with 5 raised bands and a maroon leather label with gilt title 'Forster's Travels' on spine. Condition of the book is GOOD; Light wear and soiling to covers & spine, front cover detached after title page, front hinge repaired with clear plastic tape, the rest of the binding is very tight. Slight uniform toning to paper, but no foxing, staining etc. No illustrations in this edition. Travel Rare RGR

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        C. Crispus Sallustius; et L. Annaeus Florus./C. Crispi Sallustii Quae Exstant. [Bellum Catilinarium sive de Conjuratione Catilinae; Jugurtha, seu Bellum Jugurthinum; Historiarum Fragmenta. Epitome Rerum Romanarum: Baskerville Edition].

      Birminghamiae; Typis Joannis Baskerville. MDCCLXXIII. (Birmingham, 1773). Gaskell # 51. - 9 ½ in. x 11 ¾ in., [4]pp., [1]-317 pp. Bound in old tree calf sides, with the spine replaced in more recent, antique-style calf; featuring five raised bands, red morocco title label, gilt-lettered: SALLUS ET FLORUS, simple, blindstamped floral tooling in compartments; old calf covers show a triple-line borders, single line on the cover edges, and borders on the leather turn-ins; all edges stained dark blue, sewn headbands, with dark green silk bookmarker bound in, early marbled paper-covered endpapers. Half-title shows some tanning to the edges, light crease to lower right margin; tanning to flyleaves; tiny hole in center of page 73-74, small bumps/creasing to upper corners of pp. 105-137, crease to back (later) watermarked flyleaf. Cover edges show some wear, covers show age-related abrasions to the leather surface, with loss of leather surface, flaking off of part of the “tree” designs. Former owner's bookplate on front paste-down. Text is generally clean & crisp, with good sized margins. Scan shows the spine & part of the front cover. Weight: 3 lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. (Latin text). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Quae Exstant [comprising] Bellum Catillinarium; Bellum Jugurth; Historiarum Fragmenta; Oratio Ad C. Cæsarum, De Republica Ordinanda. [with Florus’] Epitome Rerum Romanorum.

      Birminghamiæ Birmingham: Joannis Baskerville 1773 - 4to. Curiously paginated thus (4), 1-198, (3), p. 199, p. 102, p. 200, 205-225, (2), 226-227, 230-317, (1) pp., but obviously complete by the catchwords and signatures. Full patterned calf, spine flat with gilt rules, recent green gilt lettered label, gilt decorated to compartments, decorative gilt tooled border to boards. Joints and spine expertly repaired, the latter slightly darkened and with slight loss of gilt, a few abrasions with loss to leather on boards, contents clean throughout, a handsome copy. Gaskell, 51 .

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        EL BLASON DE CATALUÑA (1773-1775)

      1773 - Materia: Periodico del siglo XVIII referente a la invasion de los moros en España. Descripcion fisica: 5 Tomos. Tomo I: 361 p. [2 h.],; Tomo II: 388 p. [3 h.], Tomo III: 359 p. [2 h.], ; Tomo IV: 359 ? 717 p. ;Tomo V: 408 p. [4 h.] 4to: 200 x 150 mm. Texto en castellano. Encuadernación: Pergamino de época, con decoración de cortes al agua. Portadilla con escudo calcográfico en cada tomo. Título y tomo manuscrito en lomo. Conservación: Muy buen estado. Notas: El Blasón de Cataluña inició su publicación semanal en 1773 hasta 1775, de la mano del negociante ilustrado D. Pedro Ángel de Tarazona. Siendo realmente una versión de la ?fantástica historia? de los Condes de Barcelona. Una de las primeras publicaciones periódicas impresas en Cataluña que tuvo una importante repercusión con su permanencia durante tres años y la impresión de 180 números. Su interés estriba en la propuesta ilustrada de proporcionar conocimientos a la sociedad, siendo posiblemente sus destinatarios la capa noble e ilustrada a los que destina elogios y que mostrarán su interés en la continuación de la obra. Rara publicación periódica en este magnífico estado de conservación [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Merits and Defects of the Dead by their Ingenious Secretary.

      London May 1st 1773 - Broadside, oblong folio, overall 19" x 12", hand-coloured engraving by William Austin, minor usage, printed one side as issued. A satire on George Lyttleton. First Baron Lyttleton (1709-1773) of Hagley, Worcestershire, author of 'Dialogues Of The Dead'. The illustration shows Lyttleton in the guise of the Grand Reaper: a tall, lanky figure sitting on a gravestone and holding a sickle. Facing him is a gravedigger holding out a human skull with the lines 'Life is a jest and all things show it, I thought so once but now I know it' emenating from its mouth and billowing towards Lyttleton. The gist of the satire is that Lyttleton who once assumed to record the conversations of the dead was himself not much longer for this world- as, indeed, was the case as he was to pass away barely 3 months after the publication of this broadside.

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        Collecrion complette des oeuvres philosophiques, littéraires et dramatiques de (...). Tome I - tome V.

      Londres, 1773. 8vo. Samtidige helskinnbind med opphøyde ryggbånd og enkel ryggforgylling. (4), 604 ; (4), 472 ; (4), 627, (1) ; (4), 428 ; cxij, 412 s. Med en foldetplansje i bind I, og en gravert frontispiece i bind II.. Ex libris

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        Onomatologia forestalis-piscatorio-venatoria, oder vollständiges Forst- Fisch- und Jagd-Lexicon, in welchem alle [.] vorkommende Kunstwörter erkläret [.] die Eigenschaften, Gebrauch und Fortpflanzung der verschiedenen Holzarten [.] die Natur und Eigenschaften der wilden Thiere, der Vögel [.] auch der Raub- Strom- und Teichfische [.] mitgetheilet werden. 3. und letzter Theil. Nebst einer Vorrede von Abgabe der Gerechtigkeitshölzer.

      Frankfurt u. Leipzig 1773 (am Schluß: Ulm, gedr. bey Christian Ludwig Wagner). - M10415 12 Bl. Vorrede incl. Titel, 1064 Spalten, 1 S. Nachtrag u. Druckfehler. Mit einigen Holzschnittvign. u. -initialen. - Angebdn.: Stahl, J[ohann] F[riedrich]: Onomatologiae forestalis-piscatorio-venatoriae Supplementum oder Beyträge und Verbesserungen des vollständigen Forst- Fisch- und Jagd-Lexicon. 4.Band in welchem alle bey dem Forst- Floß- Fisch- und Jagdwesen vorkommende Kunstwörter erkläret [.] werden etc. Nebst einer Vorrede von [.] Hölzern und Waldungen. Stutgart, bey Johann Benedict Mezler 1780. 8 Bl. Vorrede incl. Titel, 1120 Spalten. Mit 3 Holzschnittvign. - 8°. Ppbd. d.Zt. mit braun-schwarz gemustertem Buntpapierbezug, grünem hschr. Rschild u. Dreiseitengelbschnitt; min. berieben, Ecken gering abgenutzt u. bestoßen. - Schönes Expl., beide Teile in absolut fleckenfreiem Bestzustand. Holzmann/Bohatta III,7646. Lindner 11.1565.01. Einzige Ausgaben. Nicht bei Mantel, Dt. forstliche Bibliogr. - Der 3., damalige Schlußbd. mit dem Inhalt Pabstbaum-Zwinger, das erst 7 Jahre später erschienene u. daher besonders seltene Supplement mit dem neuen, umfangreichen Alphabet Aalbaum-Zyland, Daphne Mezereum. 2300

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        A new dictionary of the English language: containing, not only the explanation of words, with their orthography, etymology, and idiomatic use in writing; but likewise, their orthoepia or pronunciation in speech, according to the present practice of polished speakers in the metropolis to which is prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar

      printed for John and Francis Rivington, William Johnston, Thomas Longman and Thomas Cadell, London 1773 - First and only edition, 4to, pp. [8], viii, 57, [1], plus unpaginated lexicon in double column; mid 20th century half calf over marbled boards, gilt-decorated spine, red morocco label; overall appearance is fine. A "hack writer" who possessed a "strong love of notoriety, [and] a jealous and perverse temper," Kenrick (?1725-1779) "was often drunk and violent. He became the enemy of every decent and successful person, and so notorious as a libeler that few condescended to answer him. His vanity lead him to fancy himself equal to any task without serious study. In his later years Kenrick seldom wrote without a bottle of brandy at his elbow. Though a superlative scoundrel, he was clever, and especially proud of the rapidity of his writing; even his more serious works seldom occupied him for more than two days" (see DNB for a lively account of this literary curmudgeon). Among those most frequently attacked and offended were Johnson and Boswell, Garrick, Goldsmith, Fielding, and, predictably, other famous men, who, by association would give Kendrick a name. For all his attacks on Johnson (Kenrick was violently critical of Johnson's edition of Shakespeare and his dictionary) he seems to have made good use of Johnson's lexicographic skills. A spot check of entries shows Kenrick's lexicon to be a word-for-word transcription from that of Johnson. Alston V, 283; Kennedy 6276. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "A new dictionary of the English language: containing, not only the explanation of words, with their orthography, etymology, and idiomatic use in writing; but likewise, their orthoepia or pronunciation in speech, according to the present practice of polished speakers in the metropolis… to which is prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar…"

      London: "printed for John and Francis Rivington, William Johnston, Thomas Longman and Thomas Cadell". 1773. "First and only edition, 4to, pp. [8], viii, 57, [1], plus unpaginated lexicon in double column; mid 20th century half calf over marbled boards, gilt-decorated spine, red morocco label; overall appearance is fine. & & A ""hack writer"" who possessed a ""strong love of notoriety, [and] a jealous and perverse temper,"" Kenrick (?1725-1779) ""was often drunk and violent. He became the enemy of every decent and successful person, and so notorious as a libeler that few condescended to answer him. His vanity lead him to fancy himself equal to any task without serious study. In his later years Kenrick seldom wrote without a bottle of brandy at his elbow. Though a superlative scoundrel, he was clever, and especially proud of the rapidity of his writing; even his more serious works seldom occupied him for more than two days"" (see DNB for a lively account of this literary curmudgeon). Among those most frequently attacked and offended were Johnson and Boswell, Garrick, Goldsmith, Fielding, and, predictably, other famous men, who, by association would give Kendrick a name. & & For all his attacks on Johnson (Kenrick was violently critical of Johnson's edition of Shakespeare and his dictionary) he seems to have made good use of Johnson's lexicographic skills. A spot check of entries shows Kenrick's lexicon to be a word-for-word transcription from that of Johnson. & & Alston V, 283; Kennedy 6276."

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        Essai général de tactique, précédé d'un discours sur l'état actuel de la politique et de la science militaire en Europe ; avec le plan d'un ouvrage, intitulé la France politique et militaire. Nouvelle édition revue et corrigée par l'auteur. 2 tomes.

      - Londres, Chez les libraires associés, 1773. 2 tomes in-4 reliés en un volume, (2)-LII-154-(2) p., (12 pl.) et (2)-128 p., (15 pl.), reliure plein veau, dos lisse orné, tranches marbrées (coiffe inférieure arasée, mouillures). Complet des 27 planches dépliantes de tactique militaire. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. Langue : Français

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        DICTIONNAIRE RAISONNE UNIVERSEL DE MATIERE MEDICALE, concernant les végétaux, les animaux et les minéraux qui sont d’usage en médecine; leurs prescriptions, leurs analyses, leurs vertus, leurs propriétés, etc. recueillis de manuscrits originaux, et des me

      - A Paris, chez P. Franç. Didot le jeune, 1773. 4 volumes in-8 plein veau moucheté du temps, dos à nerfs ornés de petits fers dorés encadrant des fleurons centraux, titres et tomaisons dorés, (1f+IV+718+privilège+1f), (1f+ft+t+736),(1f+ft+t+672+2ff),(1f+t+742pp+1f). Bel ensemble qui ne présente que les défauts habituels d’usage: coiffes frottées, coins faibles, traces au papier sans gravité avec quelques petites fentes; mais les volumes sont plaisants, en pleine reliure du XVIII° et les défauts énoncés ne portent pas atteinte à la qualité de l’ensemble.Passionnant ouvrage, très pratique sous forme alphabétique, avec des fiches bien développées et couvrant un inventaire au niveau mondial; chaque matière, minérale, végétale ou animale est longuement décrite, les propriétés sont détaillées, les applications et recettes explicitées. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LECTURES ON SELECT SUBJECTS IN MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, AND OPTICS, THE USE OF GLOBES, THE ART OF DIALING AND THE CALCULATION OF THE MEAN TIMES OF NEW AND FULL MOONS AND ECLIPSES WITH THE SUPPLEMENT A New Edition

      W. Strahan, Et Al, London 1773 - Astronomy; Mechanics; Pneumatics; Hydorstatics; Clocks; Time; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Bound in full contemporary leather. This copy was sold by Christies in 1986. Red morrocco spine label. Numerous illustrated foldouts of scientific phenomena such as eyes, air pumps, globes, cranes, sun dials and so forth in uniformly fine condition. A few minor scrapes to leather boards, leather has cracked externally over hinges. Hinges, spine and textblock are solid. Book is sound and tight and clean throughout with no owner's name, etc. An accomplished mechanical engineer with a good knowledge of his subjects. First section is 252pp + index with 23 fold-out plates as noted in summary. Second is Supplement of 40 pages and 13 fold outs. The supplement was not published with an index. All plates are present. ; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRATADO THEORICO-PRACTICO DE MATERIA MEDICA, que explica los medicamentos naturales ô simples, assi como las preparaciones chimicas, y galenicas, las mas usuales; sus doses, su modo de obrar; los casos donde convienen, y sus formulas: con un suplemento â lo ultimo.

      Imp. Francisco Suriá y Burgada. Barcelona, 1773 - . 20,5 cm. Portada litográfica ante cada uno de los tomos enmarcada en orla, grabada por Francisco Boix en Barcelona en 1773. 3 vol.: (I) [20], XXXII-278 pág. [i. e. 268] [4] pág. (sign. [ ]6, A-Z4, 2A-Q4). CCPB 69027-9. (II) [4], 270 [2] pág. (sign. [ ]2, A-Z4, 2A-L4). CCPB 69028-7. (III) [4] 275 pág. y [22] pág. de índices, [2] 52 [4] pág. (sign. []2, A-Z4, 2A-M4, 2N-O2, 2P-Y4, 2Z2). CCPB 69026-0. Tres vol. en piel de época, lomeras cuajadas, tejuelos, cortes pintados. * Primera edición de esta interesante obra sobre medicina natural, la más importante de Juan Rancé, catedrático del Real Colegio de Cirugía de Barcelona y director de la institución en 1779. La obra se divide en tres tomos: el primero y el segundo se dedican a la materia médica interna (medicamentos evacuantes y medicamentos alterantes, respectivamente). En la primera parte, dedicada a los medicamentos evacuantes, Rancé se extiende sobre los purgantes, los eméticos, los sudoríficos, uterinos, etc. En cuanto a los alterantes, esto es, los que modifican alguna de las funciones sin provocar la salida o evacuación, el autor los distribuye en trece capítulos, entre los cuales se encuentran los aperitivos, cardíacos, carminativos, vermífugos, refrigerantes, astringentes, antiescorbúticos y narcóticos. El tercer tomo, por contra, se consagra a los medicamentos externos (que divide en universales y particulares) y está compuesto por 17 capítulos más un último apartado dedicado a los baños y aguas minerales (cita las de Caldes d'Estrach, Ribes, 1'Espluga de Francoli, Sant Hilari, Tortosa, la "Font Groga" de Valle de Hebron y la fuente de la "Satalia" a los pies de Montjuïc. Además incluye, con paginación propia, el Suplemento a la materia medica, que da las nociones, y definiciones de los medicamentos. Como curiosidad, decir que el autor cita como remedios de origen animal, en concreto entre los sudoríficos, la víbora, los excrementos de animales e incluso algunos de origen humano, como la momia o el cráneo humano, que especifica "Debe ser sacado de un hombre joven, robusto, sano, que haya muerto de una muerte violenta y que no haya sido sepultado; no se debe calcinar, como creian los antiguos, pero solamente ser raspado o reducido en polvos después de secado." Jacint Corbella, en Nota sobre el tractat de Materia medica de Joan Rancé (1773) (Gimbemat, 2004 (**), 42, 89-103) ofrece una detallada descripción de la obra y analiza de forma pormenorizada su estructura, contenido y estilo. Corbella se fija en algunos de los medicamentos propuestos para dolencias concretas, como la absenta, que fortificaría el estómago y facilitaría la digestión; el agua mercurial, la raíz de helecho y el petróleo, grandes carminativos; el mercurio como potente antivenéreo; la carne de tortuga y ternera como refrigerantes; el cuerno de ciervo, los fragmentos de las cinco piedras preciosas (amatista, esmeralda, granate, jacinto y topacio) y el hueso de sepia como absorbentes. Rancé había estudiado junto a Antoine Fizes, entre otros. Formado en Francia, era doctor en Montpellier antes de la creación del primer Colegio de Cirugía de la Península, el de Cádiz. Se trata pues de un autor con una sólida formación preparado para la docencia y concienciado con esta tarea. Sin embargo, no escribe mucho más allá de este tratado y Corbella dice que el resto de su obra no tiene un nivel "que le permita mantener el prestigio en generaciones posteriores", por lo que cayó prácticamente en el olvido. Sin embargo, el Tratado que presentamos fue importante y útil en su época, pues mejoró el grado y nivel asistencial de la población. La publicación, equilibrada, accesible y directa, tuvo además el mérito de dotar a los futuros cirujanos de una extensa formación en materia de terapéutica. Palau 248034. Medicina natural, tratados, manuales, siglo XVIII, cirugía Medicina clínica, diagnòstica, instruments mèdics Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Het Boek Der Psalmen, Nevens De Gezangen Bij De Hervormde Kerk Van Nederland in Gebruik; Door Last Van De Hoog Mogende Staaten Generaal Der Vereenigde Nederlanden Uit Drie Berijmingen (Van J. E. Voet, Van T Genootschap Laus Dei Salus Populo, Van H. Ghyse

      [Amsterdam], 'S Graavenhaage : Bij Hendrick Christoffel Gutteling 1773 - Physical desc. : pp. 3. 438. 8º. Subjects; Bible. Psalms. Dutch. Metrical Versions. States General Version. Scattere, marginal foxing. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 438 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Collection Complette Des Oeuvres Philosophiques, Littéraires Et Dramatiques.

      London: 1773. - 5 Volumes. 8vo. with half-titles in Vols. II-V. folding table. 10 engraved plates. contemporary mottled calf, gilt backs (several joints cracked, extremties rubbed, a few gatherings foxed). Included are four works which are not by Diderot: Le Code de la Nature by Morelly, Les Principes de Philosophie Morale by Étienne Beaumont, La Justification de Plusieurs Articles de l’Encyclopédie by Abbé Monlinot, and Lettre au P. Berthier sur le Matérialisme by Abbé Coyer. Quérard II 455. Tchemerzine IV 462. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letters on the Improvement of the Mind, Addressed to a Young Lady [With:] Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.

      London: J Walter/ E.& C. Dilly, 1773-5. - Hester Chapone (1727-1760) was one of the Bluestockings. She was associated especially with Elizabeth Carter, and Elizabeth Montagu, to whom this work is dedicated, but was also a friend of Samuel Richardson, Frances Burney dÕArblay, and Gilbert White. She came to the attention of Samuel Johnson, who admitted four of her pieces to The Rambler. The publication of Letters on the Improvement of the Mind, (1773), a treatise on female education, brought her fame, if not fortune; she was paid £50 for it. She was paid five times that for Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, which included her early verses, moral essays, and ÒThe Story of Fidelia,Ó first published in The Adventurer (See the Linda V. Troost article in An Encyclopedia of British Women Writers). Three volumes, small octavo. viii, 200; [2], 230; xii, 178, [2, ads] pp. Lacking the half-title to Volume III. Uniformly bound in contemporary mottled calf. Gilt-decorated flat spines with black morocco labels. Binding extremities lightly rubbed, front joints of the first two volumes neatly repaired. Ink signatures of three early women owners. A very good, attractive set. Second edition of the first work, first edition of the second work. [Attributes: First Edition; 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 - 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. Sprache: en Gewicht in Gramm: 3550

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        Topographische und Chronologische Beschreibung der Pommerschen Kauf- und Handels-Stadt Anklam aus Urkunden und Historischen Nachrichten verfasset und mit einem Anhange des Herrn Pastors J.F. Sprengels zur Kirchen- und Gelehrten Geschichte.

      Greifswald. A.F. Röse (Drucker).1773.. 23 x 17,5 cm. 14 S., 5 Blatt, 614 Seiten, 3 Blatt. Original Leder. d. Zeit stark berieben.. Carl Friedrich Stavenhagen (* 7. Oktober 1723 in Anklam 26. September 1781 in Anklam) war Stadtsekretär und Historiker. Carl Friedrich Stavenhagen wurde als Sohn des Kaufmanns Gottfried Stavenhagen und seiner Ehefrau Regina, geb. Oemichen, in Anklam geboren. Nachweislich studierte er bis 1746 die Rechte an der Universität Halle. 1748 ging er nach Kurland zu nahen Verwandten. Dort wurde er Erzieher der Söhne des Kanzlers Diedrich von Keyserling . Ab 1754 war er wieder in Anklam und wurde Stadtsekretär. 1773 gab er eine Chronik von Anklam heraus, die ihn in Preußen bekannt gemacht hat. Sein Verdienst war es, dass er auf Grund seiner Tätigkeit alle wesentlichen Urkunden auswertete, zusammenfasste und sie chronologisch einordnetete. Er konnte sich dabei auf Materialien stützen, die vor ihm an der Anklamer Geschichte interessierte Persönlichkeiten aufgestellt hatten. Das Buch enthält ein Verzeichnis der 240 Subskribenden , das nachvollziehbar werden lässt, in welchen Kreisen Interesse für dieses stadtgeschichtliche Buch bestand. So wurden 84 Bücher von Einwohnern Anklams subskribiert, davon 36 von Handwerkern. 1777 wurde Stavenhagen Stadtsyndikus. Am 6. Oktober 1756 heiratete er Caroline Sophie von Scheven aus einer Anklamer Gewandschneiderfamilie (Das Schevensche Haus war in der Peenstraße 51 - das spätere Eleonorenstift). Die Geschichte der Brautwerbung hat der aus Anklam stammende Schriftsteller Konrad Maß in seinem Buch "Das Haus Stavenhagen" anschaulich geschildert. Er stammte aus einer angesehenen Patrizierfamilie, deren Vertreter vorwiegend Kaufleute waren. Nach alten Urkunden stammte die Familie aus dem Mecklenburgischen , wahrscheinlich aus der Stadt Stavenhagen . Das Stammhaus des Geschlechts der Stavenhagen war das Haus Markt 21, welches 1896 an den Ein- und Verkaufsverein verkauft und am 29. April 1945 durch deutschen Beschuss zerstört wurde. Die Familie Stavenhagen hatte in der Marienkirche eine Erbbegräbnisstelle. 1934 entdeckten Handwerker in der Marienkirche das Erbbegräbnis der Familie Stavenhagen mit 22 Särgen. Aus der beiliegenden Denkschrift aus dem Jahre 1849 ist ersichtlich, dass die Grabstelle 1773 von der Kirchenbehörde gekauft worden war. (Wikipedia). Titelblatt fehlt, gefalteter Plan der Stadt Anklam. Schwacher Wasserrand im Mittelteil, kaum sichtbar.

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        Costumen van den Lande van Waes [samen gebonden met] Costumen der stede ende lande van Dendermonde [en met] Costumen van den princelicken leen-hove van Dendermonde.

      Petrus de Goesin, Gent 1773 - 3 werken in 1 vol. Lokale wetgeving. 1 vouwplaat in deel I Ref. Vanderhaeghen III, 4512-4514. [8]-164-xii, [8]-70-xvi, [4]-40-x pp. (minor spotting, folding table sl. torn). 1 volumes. Originele kalfslederen band (hoeken licht gedeukt), Rug met 5 nerven en vergulde versiering, rode snede.

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        AN INTERESTING APPENDIX TO SIR WILLIAM BLACKSTONE'S COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND.

      America [i.e. Philadelphia]: Printed for the Subscribers, by Robert Bell, 1773. - [4],119,[1],xii,155,[1]pp. Contemporary calf, raised bands, gilt morocco label, number "5" stamped on spine. A bit rubbed, three old stains on the front board. Front board lightly warper at foreedge. Lightly tanned, a few light fox marks. A very good copy. This copy bears a 1774 ownership inscription on the titlepage of Thomas Lewis (1718-90), a prominent Virginia planter and Justice of the Peace who was also a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. The Lewis family of Virginia was very prominent in colonial and Revolutionary- era politics and military affairs, and one of Thomas' brothers, Andrew, served under George Washington in the French and Indian War, fought Indians on the frontier in the 1760s and 1770s, and was a brigadier general in the Continental Army. Another of Thomas' brothers, Charles, was killed serving under Andrew Lewis at the Battle of Point Pleasant in 1774. This copy also bears the ownership inscription on the titlepage of Charles Lewis (1772-1832), the son of Thomas Lewis. The front pastedown bears the bookplate of Jacob Mohler, and a note in Mohler's hand records that he bought this copy at the sale of Charles Lewis' library on April 10, 1832. The second printing by Robert Bell of this important and influential commentary on Blackstone, published the year after the first edition. 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, issued in 1773 as THE PALLADIUM OF CONSCIENCE., 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 present 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. A scarce and important consideration of personal liberties, published on the eve of the Revolution. EVANS 12684. NAIP w012870. COHEN 5369. HILDEBURN 2859. ELLER, WILLIAM BLACKSTONE COLLECTION IN THE YALE LAW LIBRARY 256. SABIN 5697. SOWERBY, JEFFERSON'S LIBRARY 2899.

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        Commentaries on the Laws of England.

      Fifth Edition, at the Clarendon Press, Printed for William Strahan., Oxford, 1773. - 4 volumes, 8vo., (8 1/4 x 5 1/2). The first Oxford edition to be published in octavo & also the first to contain the 'Table of precedence' (Eller, p. 4). Bound in old mottled calf (covers), spines elegantly restored with gilt calf & gilt red & black labels done in fine antique style, leather corners repaired, antique style marbled endpapers, gilt dates at bases of spines read 1783 rather than 1773. WITH: Douglas, D. The biographical history of Sir William Blackstone.By a gentleman of Lincoln's-Inn., London, Printed for the author, 1782. Same binding as the Blackstone set,(dated 1782), but lacks portrait, some ink lines, asterisks, etc., in margins. See Eller, p. 104-05. An exceptionally well preserved set of the first octavo edition of this major legal classic, that had world wide legal & political influence. The text is sound, pages are clean, with only a few occasional age spots in the margins. The bindings are in especially fine condition, beautifully executed & gilt. Eller 7 & 252. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Briefe aus Wälchland, über natürliche Merkwürdigkeiten dieses Landes an den Herausgeber derselben Ignatz Edlen von Born.

      - Prag, Wolfgang Gerle, 1773. 8vo (220 x 145mm). pp. (6), 407, (1), with engraved title vignette. Contemporary boards. First edition. A series of letters addressed to Ignaz von Born, describing the mineralogy, mining etc. of Italy. 'His descriptions of the neighbourhood of Naples, and still more his account of the ejected rocks of Vesuvius, are among the finest scientific writings of the eighteenth century' (Zittel p. 41). Ferber describes a.o. the areas of Padua, Venice, Verona, Florence, Rome, Naples, Sicily (Etna), Sienna, Bologna, Livorno, Genua, Turin, Milano. As a result of the present publication Ferber was elected member of the Academy of Sciences of Sienna and of the 'Naturforschenden Gesellschaft' of Berlin. Hoover quotes the French edition of 1776. A fine uncut copy.B.M.(Nat. Hist.) II, 566; Olson, Bibliographia discipuli Linnaei, p. 129. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND: In Four Books. The Fifth Edition.

      Printed for John Exshaw [and others], Dublin 1773 - Four (4) volumes. pp: (viii), 485; (vii), 520, xix; (vii), 455, xxvii; (vi), 436, vii + index; two folding charts in second volume. Bound in old calf, raised bands, red leather labels; spines darkened on two volumes. 8.25" x 5.25" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Los seis libros de S.Juan Chrysostomo sobre el sacerdocio. Traducidos en lengua vulgar, e ilustrados Con Notas Criticas por el padre Phelipe Scio de San Miguel, de las Escuelas Pias. 276,pp. Manque petite marge papier en tête de la page titre, autrement très bel exemplaire. Reliure plein veau de l’époque.

      En Madrid: En la Imprenta de Pedro Marin. Ano de MDCCLXXIII. 1773 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anacréon, Sapho, Bion et Moschus, traduction nouvelle en Prose, suivie De la veillée des fêtes de Vénus, et d'un choix de pièces de différents auteurs. Par M. M*** C**.

      Chez Le Boucher 1773 - - Chez Le Boucher, A Paphos, et se trouve à Paris 1773, In 8 (14x22,2cm), (4) iv, 280pp., relié. - Edition originale de cette traduction de Moutonnet de Clairfonds, et premier tirage de l'illustration, laquelle comprend un frontispice, 12 en-têtes et 13 culs-de-lampe par Eisen, gravés par Massard et Duclos. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Plein Maroquin rouge fin XIXe signé Pickering. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Large frise intérieure. Tranches dorées. Petites tâches brunes sur le plat supérieur. Malgré les minimes défauts signalés, très bel exemplaire. A juste titre, Cohen cite cet ouvrage comme " l'un des livres les plus élégamment illustrés du XVIIIe siècle" l'apport d'Eisen est en effet délicat et inspiré, et les gravures des en-têtes sont supérieurement réalisées. (4) iv, 280pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        ANACREON, SAPHO, BION ET MOSCHUS: TRADUCTION NOUVELLE EN PROSE, SUIVIE DE LA VEILLEE DES FETES DE VENUS, ET D'UN CHIOX PIECES DE DIFFERENS AUTEURS. PAR M. M*** C**.

      Le Boucher 1773-74, Paris - [vi], iv, 280p; xvi,104p. Illustrated with engraved frontispiece and 25 head- and tail-pieces by Massard after Eisen. Includes Hero et Leandre with separate title-page and engraved frontispiece by Duclos after Eisen. Bound by Hayday in full pebbled morocco with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., gilt spine title Purportedly purchased at the Hoe sale.Cohen-De Ricci 79. Joints rubbed, scars from removal of bookplates, contents fine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Abridgement of Burn's Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer. To Which is Added An Appendix, Containing Some General Rules and Directions Necessary to be Known and Observed By All Justices of the Peace.

      Joseph Greenleaf., Boston 1773 - .386pp., 2 pages ads.PRINTED FOR AND SOLD BY JOSEPH GREENLEAF.PREFACE BY J. GREENLEAF.BURN'S MOST IMPORTANT WORK.FIRST AND ONLY AMERICAN EDITION.FIRST AND ONLY ABRIDGEMENT OF A LEGAL TREATISE PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.Original ad page chipped and replaced. Embossed leather remarkably good for its age, worn and minor stains. Spine label partially missing. 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Quae Exstant [comprising] Bellum Catillinarium; Bellum Jugurth; Historiarum Fragmenta; Oratio Ad C. Cæsarum, De Republica Ordinanda. [with Florus’] Epitome Rerum Romanorum

      Birminghamiæ [Birmingham]: Joannis Baskerville, 1773. . 4to. Curiously paginated thus (4), 1-198, (3), p. 199, p. 102, p. 200, 205-225, (2), 226-227, 230-317, (1) pp., but obviously complete by the catchwords and signatures. Full patterned calf, spine flat with gilt rules, recent green gilt lettered label, gilt decorated to compartments, decorative gilt tooled border to boards. Joints and spine expertly repaired, the latter slightly darkened and with slight loss of gilt, a few abrasions with loss to leather on boards, contents clean throughout, a handsome copy. Gaskell, 51 .

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        Description méthodique d'une collection de minéraux, du cabinet de M.D.R.D.L. Ouvrage où l'on donne de nouvelles idées sur la formation & la décomposition des mines, avec un court exposé des sentimens des minéralogistes les plus connus, sur la nature de chaque espèce.

      - Paris, Didot jeune and Knapen, 1773. 8vo (194 x 123 mm). pp. (xxxii), 299, (5), with engraved frontispiece; a fine, crisp copy in contemporary French mottled sheep, head and tail of spine slightly worn. First edition of this catalogue of the minerals in Romé de Lisle's own mineral cabinet. Romé 'earned money by cataloguing at least fourteen mineral collections, according to his own, probably incomplete, list in the bibliography to his Cristallographie of 1783. Three of the catalogues remained in manuscript. In 1773 he brought out a description of the metallic ores of his own mineral cabinet, in which he discussed the origin, metamorphosis, and paragenesis of each' (DSB).The descriptions are highly detailed, in terms of locale, mineral and crystal structure, composition, etc. The minerals are cross-referenced to Romé's 'Essai de cristallographie' (1772), the work in which he had established that crystallography was the basis of mineralogical classification. This was amplified in his epochal 'Cristallographie' in 1783, in which he established the general form of the law of constancy of interfacial angles and that each species of mineral has his characteristic primitive form and each form its characteristic constant angles. Pp. xx-xv contain a bibliography of works cited.Hoover 690; Ward and Carozzi 1908 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        VARIA COMMENSURACION PARA LA ESCULTURA Y ARQUITECTURA

      - Varia commensuración para la escultura y arquitectura. Por . Sexta impresión. Añadido por Don Pedro Enguera . .- Madrid, Miguel Escribano, 1773; en folio pergamino de época, 2 h. - 298 pp. Ilustrado con muchos grabados en el texto varios a toda página de analomía, animales y arquitecónicos. Publicado por primera vez en Sevilla en 1585, este trabajo está dividido en cuatro libros: Libro I, sobre la geometría, con un apéndice sobre relojes de sol añadido por Pedro de Enguera, Libro II sobre las proporciones del cuerpo humano y sus partes, el libro III sobre las proporciones de los cuerpos de los animales, Libro IV sobre los cinco órdenes de la arquitectura de la iglesia y accesorios. Palau 16058. Fowler 29. Bonet Correa 292. Mínimo punto de polilla en margen superior de 6 hojas restaurado. Por lo demas se trata de un excelente ejemplar.

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        The history of a voyage to the Malouine (or Falkland) Islands, made in 1763 and 1764 in order to form a settlement there: and of two voyages to the Streights of Magellan, with an account of the Patagonians. Translated from Dom Pernety's historical journal, written in French. The second edition.

      printed for William Goldsmith and David Steel, London 1773 - "4to, pp. [4], xvii, [1], 294; 16 copper-engraved maps and plates (7 folding), some with offsetting; folding maps with a few short tears, the whole a bit spotted, otherwise a nice enough copy in modern full calf, green morocco label. With an old Dublin Library Society rubberstamp on verso of title-p., with the inscription "A present to the Dublin Library from Mr. George June 14th 1791" and with another inscription at the top of E2(r) "Ex libris George Barnes 1767." "This voyage was undertaken by Louis de Bougainville at his own expense, in order to found a French colony in the islands named by him the Malouines, in honor of French seamen from St. Malo The settlement was protested by the Spanish and the French government surrendered it to them on the condition of their indemnifying Bougainville. This work is mainly devoted to the study of the natural history of the Falkland Islands Pernety, the author, was a Benedictine monk. The first edition was published at Berlin in 1769" (Hill). Sabin 6870; Hill: Pacific Voyages (2004 edition), 1328." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        "The history of a voyage to the Malouine (or Falkland) Islands, made in 1763 and 1764 … in order to form a settlement there: and of two voyages to the Streights of Magellan, with an account of the Patagonians. Translated from Dom Pernety's historical journal, written in French. The second edition."

      London: printed for William Goldsmith and David Steel. 1773. "4to, pp. [4], xvii, [1], 294; 16 copper-engraved maps and plates (7 folding), some with offsetting; folding maps with a few short tears, the whole a bit spotted, otherwise a nice enough copy in modern full calf, green morocco label. & & With an old Dublin Library Society rubberstamp on verso of title-p., with the inscription ""A present to the Dublin Library from Mr. George June 14th 1791"" and with another inscription at the top of E2(r) ""Ex libris George Barnes 1767."" & & ""This voyage was undertaken by Louis de Bougainville at his own expense, in order to found a French colony in the islands named by him the Malouines, in honor of French seamen from St. Malo … The settlement was protested by the Spanish and the French government surrendered it to them on the condition of their indemnifying Bougainville. This work is mainly devoted to the study of the natural history of the Falkland Islands … Pernety, the author, was a Benedictine monk. The first edition was published at Berlin in 1769"" (Hill). Sabin 6870; Hill: Pacific Voyages (2004 edition), 1328."

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        Saggio sopra l'Arte Storica alla Maestà di Vittorio Amedeo Re di Sardegna.

      dal Mairesse,, Torino, 1773 - 2 opere in un tomo in-8° (210x133mm), pp. XIV, 304. Legatura ottocentesca m. pelle e angoli con titolo in oro su tassello e filetti e fregi in oro al dorso. Tagli a spruzzo azzurri. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta incisa su rame con stemma sabaudo. Una testatina incisa in rame con ritratto di Vittorio Amedeo II. Una tav. ripiegata f.t. tra le pp. 34-35. Bruniture e fioriture minime. Antica firma al contropiatto. Edizione originale di quest'opera del Galeani Napione (il nome dell'autore, non indicato nel frontespizio, si evince dalla dedicatoria), relativa alla metodologia della ricerca storica. L'autore traccia un quadro dell'evolversi di essa nei secoli e illustra le sue varie specificazioni, nello stile così come nella narrazione dei fatti. Il Galeani Napione (Torino, 1748-1830) fu insigne erudito e scrittore di diversissime materie; la sua opera più nota è "Dell'uso e dei pregi della lingua italiana" (Torino, 1791-92). Manca al Manno e al Brunet. Segue: [Giovan Francesco Galeani Napione di Cocconato], "Ragionamento intorno al Saggio del Conte Algarotti sopra la durata de'Regni de Re'di Roma, in cui si difende la Cronologia de'medesimi Regni adottata dagli antichi Storici dalle ragioni recate dal Conte Algarotti per sostenere in questa parte il Sistema Cronologico del Neutone [Newton], che le è contrario , e s'illustrano diversi punti della Storia de'primi tempi di Roma", in Torino, nella Stamperia Mairesse, 1773, pp. (1), 150, (1). Vignetta incisa su rame al frontespizio con fregio floreale. Edizione originale. L'opera fu stesa come replica e integrazione all'algarottiano Ragionamento sopra la durata de' regni de' re di Roma (Firenze, 1746). V. voce "Galeani Napione" di Francesco Lemmi in Encicl. Italiana, XVI, 266-67. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Etat des Gouvernements Militaires tant generaux que particuliers et Etats Majors des Places du Royaume Annee 1773.

      [Ca. 1773]. 1773 - 1 vol. in-12° (164 x 113 mm.) de : [7] ff. (Titre gravé complété à l'encre, Introduction, Table des Gouvernemens), 117 ff. doubles. L'ensemble est rédigé à l'encre noir et rouge et pris dans un cadre rouge. Plein maroquin rouge d'époque, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre de maroquin vert, triple filet doré d'encadrement des plats avec motifs floraux aux quatre coins, roulette dorée sur les coupes, frise intérieure dorée, tranches dorées, gardes de papier marbré. Etui de chagrin noir avec titre doré au dos (Riviere & Son). Très beau document manuscrit donnant l’état des gouvernements militaires en France, en 1773, un an avant la mort de Louis XV. Son auteur commence ainsi : « Les Gouvernemens et Lieutenances générales sont donnés aux Princes du Sang, à la haute Noblesse, aux Maréchaux de France et autres officiers généraux auxquels la naissance, l’éduction, et l’expérience ont rendu familiers les principes des gouvernements et l’art de commander. C’est à eux que s’adressent directement les ordres du Roi, surtout en ce qui a trait à l’administration militaire. Ils les exécutent en les faisant exécuter à ceux que ces ordres concernent come Gouverneurs et Commandans des Places. Ceux-ci sont toujours d’anciens officiers, qui par leur service ont mérité la confiance du Souverain. Les uns et les autres contribuent, selon l’étendue de leurs pouvoirs, à la tranquillité publique, en faisant régner le bon ordre en dedans et en nous défendant des attaques du dehors. De là naît cette heureuse harmonie au moyen de laquelle la bonté et la Sagesse du Roi, Père de son Peuple, influence jusqu’au dernier de ses sujets. » Cette introduction est suivie d’une table : l’auteur donne d’abord les Maisons Royales, puis Paris (Ville, Prévôté et Vicomté), Isle de France, Picardie, Artois, Champagne et Brie, Boulonnois, Duché de Bourgogne, Souveraineté de Dombes, Dauphiné, Provence, Principauté de Monaco, Languedoc, Foix, Comté de Roussillon, Navarre & Béarn, Guyenne & Gascogne, Sainlonge, Angoumois, La Rochelle, Poitou, Bretagne, Normandie, Le Havre de Grâce, Le Maine, Orléannois, Nivernois, Bourbonnois, Lyonnois, Auvergne, Limousin, Haute et Basse Marche, Haut et Bas Berry, Touraine, Anjou, Saumur, Flandres Françoise, Metz, Verdun, Principauté de Sedan, Lorraine, gouvernement à la disposition du feu Roi de Pologne, Toul, Alsace, Franche-Comté, Colonies, Isle de Corse. Pour chacune de ces places, il détaille les villes et les établissements, nomme les gouverneurs et les hauts gradés, et donne le nombre d’officiers, les émoluments et les appointements. Pour la Corse, annexée à la France cinq ans auparavant, l’auteur indique : « M. le Marquis de Monteynard, Ministre et Secrétaire d’Etat au Département de la Guerre, Gouverneur général. M. le Comte de Marbeuf, Lieutenant Général. Cette île a été érigée en gouvernement Général et militaire par le Roy Louïs XV, les Etats de Corse assemblés ayant demandés cette grâce à sa Majesté par leur Délibération du 6 May 1772. » Provenance : Mortimer L. Schiff (ex-libris contrecollé sur le premier contreplat : lettres estampées dorées sur une pièce de maroquin rouge) Précieux document d’une importante valeur historique, soigneusement calligraphié et joliment relié. 1 vol. 12mo. [7] ll. (Engraved title completed with ink, Introduction, Table), 117 double ll. The text is written by hand with black and red ink, pages framed with a red line. Contemporary full red morocco, black morocco box. Very interesting manuscript document given information on the French military places in 1773, one year before Louis XV’s death. Precious item, carefully written and nicely bound.

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        Chymie expérimentale et raisonnée.

      Paris: Franç. Didot, 1773 - Edition originale, 3 volumes in-8; clx, 482p.; 671p.; 698p., [6p.].; portrait de Baumé en frontispice et 12 planches gravées dépliantes illustrant des appareils, installations et dispositifs expérimentaux. Reliure d"époque en basane marbrée, dos à nerfs ornés avec pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin fauve et vert, gardes marbrées, tranches rouges. Petites restaurations à la coiffe supérieure du premier volume et à quelques coins, petite mouillure marginale en tête affectant le premier tiers des deux derniers volumes, mais un bel exemplaire néanmoins. L"un des ouvrages les plus importants de Baumé (1728 - 1804), reçu maître apothicaire à l"âge de 24 ans, qui consacra la plus grande partie de sa vie aux recherches chimiques expérimentales et à la rédaction de divers mémoires, qui lui ouvrirent les portes de l"Académie des Sciences en 1773. Les inventions ou perfectionnements mis au point par Baumé concernent de très nombreux domaines: teinture, dorure, conservation du blé, fabrication de la porcelaine, blanchiement des soies, purification du salpêtre, fertilisation des terres, fabrication d"une fécule de marron d"Inde propre à faire du pain? On doit également à Baumé l"invention de l"aréomètre qui porte son nom, instrument permettant de mesurer la densité des liquides ou le degré de concentration d"un mélange. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Lettres nouvelles ou nouvellement recouvrées de la Marquise de Sévigné, et de la Marquise de Simiane, sa petite fille, pour servir de suite aux différentes éditions des lettres de la Marquise de Sévigné.

      chez Lacombe. 1773 - - chez Lacombe., A Paris 1773, grd. In 12 (10x17,2cm), xij , 393pp. (1)., relié. - Edition originale. Tchemerzine V-829 Plein Veau blond marbré glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Tranches cailloutées. Coiffe supérieure élimée. L'ouvrage, outre de nouvelles lettres de Mme de Sévigné au Président Moulceau, contient quelques lettres au même de Corbinelli et de Mme de Grignan il renferme en réimpression la correspondance sur le procès de Fouquet, composée de 11 lettres. La préface a été attribuée à La Harpe. xij , 393pp. (1). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lettres Nouvelles ou Nouvellement Recouvrees de la Marquise de Sevigne, et de la Marquise de Simiane, sa petite fille, pour servir de suite aux differentes editions des Lettres de la Marquise de Sevigne.

      Paris - Lacombe 1773 - The first edition of new additions to the famous correspondence of Madame de Sevigne in a contemporary calf binding. In the original French. With 1pp of errata to the rear. The preface is attributed to La Harpe. Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de Sevigne,1626 1696, was a French aristocrat, remembered for her letter-writing. Most of her letters, celebrated for their wit and vividness, were addressed to her daughter. Condition: In a full calf binding. Externally, worn, with clear tape to the joints and spine. The boards are detached, although the rear board is held by the tape. The front free-endpaper is detached. Internally, generally firmly bound,although split in several places. There is light background foxing, prominent to the margins. The detached free-endpaperhas a small ink number. Overall: FAIR with a very good interior. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Acad?mie Universelle Des Jeux Contenant Les R?gles Des Jeux, avec des inftructions faciles pour apprendre a les bien jouer

      Amsterdam: Aux Penens de la Compaigne, 1773 2 volumes in one: 384 pages with tables; 324 pages. Duodecimo (6 3/4" x 4") bound in full leather with raised spine bands and gilt-lettered red morocco spine label, spine tooled in gilt and marbled page ends. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 3435) First published in 1717.This enormously popular collection of games was first published in 1717 and went through numerous editions well into the 19th century. This edition of the work on chess was augmented by Philidor. Edmond Hoyle's work on Whisk was translated from the English.Condition:Worming to front heal hinge, small chip to front heal edge, neat hand written not to front paste down. Else about very good.

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        A Voyage from England to India in the year MDCCLIV

      London: Edward and Charles Dilly, , 1773. And an historical narrative of the Operations of the Squadron and Army in India, under the Command of Vice-Admiral Watson and Colonel Clive, in the Years 1755, 1756, 1757; including a Correspondence between the Admiral and the Nabob Serajah Dowlah. Interspersed with some interesting Passages relating to the Manners, Customs, &c. of several Nations in Indostan. Also a Journey from Persia to England, by an unusual Route. With an Appendix, containing an Account of the Diseases prevalent in Admiral Watson's Squadron: A Description of most of the Trees, Shrubs, and Plants, of India, with their real, or supposed, medicinal Virtues … Quarto (263 × 193 mm) Later half calf, marbled boards, morocco label to spine. Folding map frontispiece and one other folding map, 13 plates, one of them folding - "The Hookah." A little rubbed, light browning throughout, occasional staining, frontispiece map torn, no loss, old repair, title page and least few leaves slightly soiled, overall a very good copy. First edition. "From 1753 to 1757 Ives was surgeon of the Kent, bearing the flag of Vice-Admiral Charles Watson as commander-in-chief in the East Indies. The squadron sailed via the Cape of Good Hope and Madagascar to India, where they visited the chief English settlements and major cities, Ives attending the company hospitals and staff in each place. On the admiral's death in August 1757, his own health being somewhat impaired, he resigned his appointment, and travelled home overland from Basrah, through Baghdad, Mosul, and Aleppo, thence by Cyprus, to Leghorn and Venice, and so home through Germany and the Netherlands, arriving in England in March 1759 … In 1773 he published A Voyage from England to India, which described his journey to India, his experiences there, and his overland route home. Ives's presence at many of the events which he describes and his close relationship with Vice-Admiral Watson give his historical narrative an unusual importance, and his accounts of the manners and customs of the inhabitants, of the diseases and medical practices, of the natural history, and of the products of the countries he visited, some then little known to Europeans, are those of an acute and, for his time, relatively enlightened observer." (ODNB)

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        Medals of the Sovereigns of England]

      : , 1773. - Engravings of Dassier’s Medals of the Sovereigns of England[NUMISMATICS]. [DASSIER, Jean]. [An Explanation of Dassier’s Medals of the Sovereigns of England]. [N.p.: n.d., ca. 1797].Blank book with mounted engravings of thirty-three medals, including thirty-one medals by Jean Dassier of the Sovereigns of England from William I to George II, including Oliver Cromwell (without the medals of the medals for Richard III, Henry VII, and Henry VIII), as well as medals of George III (by Lewis Pingo) and Queen Charlotte (by John Kirk). Twelvemo (6 3/8 x 3 3/4 inches; 162 x 95 mm.). [33] leaves, each with two mounted engravings showing the recto and verso of a medal. Each leaf separated by a guard leaf.Bound in late eighteenth-century full red roan. Covers with gilt single fillet border, smooth spine ruled in gilt, board edges and turn-ins decoratively tooled in gilt, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Spine, corners, and board edges rubbed. A few areas of slight discoloration on covers. Pencilled annotations on verso of one leaf. An excellent copy.The engravings are most likely cut from An Explanation of Dassier’s Medals of the Sovereigns of England, a series of six engraved plates of the Kings and Queens of England, by Pye, c. 1773, the final plate with additional medals of George III and Queen Charlotte, followed by 7 pp. of explanatory text, reduced landscape folio. "The additional medals chosen are interesting, the first the undated medal of George III, by Lewis Pingo. Eimer [Pingo, 54], dates the medal to c. 1775, when the medal was exhibited at the Free Society of Artists. Stainton (private notes) believed it to have been used by the Welch Society. However it is catalogued by Brown [BHM 265], following Col. Grant’s lead, as "American Independence", and placed ten years later in 1785. The second medal is John Kirk’s medal of Queen Charlotte, for the founding of the Medical Society of London in 1773 [BHM 184]. It would seem logical to date the book to 1773-1776" (Coin Archive).A complete listing of the engravings is available upon request.Swiss medallist Jean (John) Dassier (1676-1763) "trained under his father Domaine Dassier (1641–1719), chief engraver at the Geneva Mint, and studied in Paris under Jean Mauger and Joseph Roettier. From 1711 he was assistant engraver at the Geneva Mint and in 1720 succeeded his father as chief engraver, a post he held until his death. Around 1720 he designed and executed his first series of medals: those of French monarchs (72 medals) and religious reformers (around 24). In 1728 he visited England, where he refused the offer of a position at the Royal Mint. In 1731 he issued a series of medals dedicated to George II, depicting British sovereigns from William I to George II. This consisted of 35 medals available in gold, silver and bronze, some of which were damascened. He was joined in this project by his second son, and the medals are described in his A Sett of Medals of all the Kings of England (London, 1731) and An Explanation of the Medals of the English Monarchs Engraved by John Dassier and Son (Birmingham, 1731)" (Grove Art Online)."Having being presented to Queen Caroline, perhaps through the good offices of Wake, Dassier set out proposals for a set of thirty-three medals of English sovereigns from William I to George II, to whom the series was dedicated. Based on engravings by George Vertue for Paul Rapin de Thoyras’s History of England, these were advertised in the prospectus published in 1730 for purchase by subscription at 6 guineas for sets in copper and at 15 guineas for silver. During his second stay in England Dassier also planned, according to Vertue, to engrave many remarkable persons noted for great Actions in the government of this nation in Times passd. and learned men of all degrees lately or formerly or of the present time which he proposes to grave at his own expence. (Vertue, Note books, 3.51–2). Medals of Milton, Bacon, and Selden were included in this set. Together these t

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        VOYAGE A L'ISLE DE FRANCE, A L'ISLE DE BOURBON, AU CAP DE BONNE-ESPERANCE, etc. Avec des Observations nouvelles sur la nature et sur les Hommes, par un officier du roi [BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE].

      1773 - A Amsterdam, et se trouve à Paris, Chez Merlin, 1773. Deux volumes in-8 (134 X 205) veau fauve marbré, encadrement de filet à froid sur les plats, dos cinq nerfs, caissons dorés avec fleuron central, large dentelle en queue et tête, coupes et coiffes ornées, pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin rouge, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Tome I : (1) f. blanc, faux-titre, frontispice, titre, 328 pages, 3 planches et 4 tableaux dépliants, (1) f. blanc ; Tome II : faux-titre, titre, 278 pages, 2 planches, (1) f. blanc. Notice ancienne collée sur le premier contreplat du tome I. Les planches de Moreau sont brunies. EDITION ORIGINALE illustrée de 6 PLANCHES (dont trois dessinées par MOREAU et gravées par Masquelier, Née et Duclos, et trois dépliantes gravées par Colas) et de 4 tableaux dépliants ("Observations nautiques"). Deux des gravures de J. M. MOREAU sont célèbres car elles représentent la triste condition des esclaves. Envoyé en 1766 à l'île de France comme capitaine-ingénieur, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre (1737-1814) se laissa entraîner par sa passion des aventures et partit avec d'autant moins d'hésitation, qu'on semblait l'autoriser à tenter l'application de ses idées de colonisation à Madagascar. Il y séjourna durant trois années et contribua à apporter de précieux renseignements pour la connaissance et le développement de l'Île de France, aujourd'hui île Maurice. (RYCKEBUSCH, 674 - COHEN, 934 - GAY, 3264). BEL EXEMPLAIRE, en PARFAIT ETAT. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        1) - Das Neue Testament unsers Herrn und Heilandes Jesu Christi, verteutscht von D. Martin Luthern. angebunden: (2) - Der gantze Psalter Königs und Propheten Davids, verteutscht von D. Martin Luthern: In Commißion des Leipziger Int. Comtoir, 1773, 156 S. .

      Leipzig. In Commißion des Leipziger Int. Comtoirs, 1773. - 4 in 1, 12°. 14,6 x 8,7 cm. (2) Bll.,676 S.,(2) Bll., Seiten, In gutem Zustand. der Einband an den Kapitalen und Ecken leicht berieben und bestoßen, der Rücken mit feinen Gebrauchsspuren, Schnitt gebräunt, das Vortitelblatt entfernt, auf dem vorderen Spiegel Eintragungen von alter Hand, das Titelblatt etwas angestaubt und fleckig, der hintere Spiegel stockig und mit Besitzstempel, dieser auf das letzte Blatt durchgeschlagen, ansonsten der Buchblock in gutem Zustand, seltene Ausgabe des Neuen Testaments, das Konvolut in dieser Zusammenstellung der Texte nicht nachweisbar. weiter angebunden: . (3) - Ein Hundert geistliche Lieder, nebst Morgen- Abend- und anderen Gebeten, in Commißion des Leipziger Int. Comtoirs, 1773, 121 (4) S., (4) - D. Martin Luthers Kleiner Katechismus, Commißion des Leipziger Int. Comtoir, 1773, (12) Blatt , alle 4 Titel aus dem Jahre 1773 im Leipziger Intelligenz Comtoir erschienen. Einband auf 4 echten Bünden, mit Blindprägung, Hardcover in Leder, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LECTURES ON SELECT SUBJECTS IN MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, AND OPTICS, THE USE OF GLOBES, THE ART OF DIALING AND THE CALCULATION OF THE MEAN TIMES OF NEW AND FULL MOONS AND ECLIPSES WITH THE SUPPLEMENT A New Edition

      London: W. Strahan, Et Al. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1773. New edition. Hardcover. Astronomy; Mechanics; Pneumatics; Hydorstatics; Clocks; Time; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Bound in full contemporary leather. This copy was sold by Christies in 1986. Red morrocco spine label. Numerous illustrated foldouts of scientific phenomena such as eyes, air pumps, globes, cranes, sun dials and so forth in uniformly fine condition. A few minor scrapes to leather boards, leather has cracked externally over hinges. Hinges, spine and textblock are solid. Book is sound and tight and clean throughout with no owner's name, etc. An accomplished mechanical engineer with a good knowledge of his subjects. First section is 252pp + index with 23 fold-out plates as noted in summary. Second is Supplement of 40 pages and 13 fold outs. The supplement was not published with an index. All plates are present. ; 0 .

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        Compendio histórico del descubrimiento y conquista de la India Oriental. refiérense las primeras navegaciones de los Portugueses, varios acontecimientos en ellas, islas, cabos, puertos, ciudades y sushabitantes de la India Oriental.

      Juan Rodríguez, Córdoba 1773 - 4 h. inc. port., 155 p., 2 h. sin num. Culs de lamp con motivos vegetales. Piel de época, lomo con hierros y tejuelo. Primera edición española de esta rara obra sobre los descubrimientos portugueses y sus colonias en Oriente, inicialmente publicada en francés en 1771. Recoge el descubrimiento de Puerto Santo y Madeira, Canarias y Cabo Verde., la toma de Mozambique, Malabar, Cochin, Goa y Malaca. No faltan las noticias sobre el comercio e industria, sobre los usos y costumbres de los indígenas y las barbaries cometidas sobre los cristianos. Palau, 346368

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        Provinzialbriefe über die Sittenlehre und Politik der Jesuiten, unter dem Naman Louis de Mantalte an einem Provinzial, und an die Ehrwürdigen Väter aus der Gesellschaft Jesu geschrieben von Blasius Paskal. Nebst dem Leben des Hrn. Paskal und der Geschichte dieser Provinzialbriefe. Aus dem Französischen und Lateinischen übersetzt.,

      Lemgo, Verlag Meyer, 1773 -75. - 238 Seiten 1 leeres Bl. 240, 326 Seiten 5 Bl. Einband gut, Buchblock leicht gebräunt und unbeschnitten Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 21 cm, neuerer Halbledereinband 3 Teile in einem Band. Erste Ausgabe dieser bedeutenden und frühen Übersetzung.

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        Eigenh. Albumblatt mit U.

      Lübeck, 16. XII. 1773. - 1 S. Qu.-8vo. "Ouden ater graphes" ("Nichts wider die Schrift" - Klemens v. Alexandria). - Johann Gottlob Carpzov, Sohn des Theologen Samuel Benedikt Carpzov, studierte Theologie in Leipzig und Altdorf bei Nürnberg und begleitete als Reiseprediger den polnisch-sächsischen Gesandten nach England und Holland. 1719 erhielt er eine a.o.Professur der orientalischen Sprachen in Leipzig; von dort aus ging er 1730 als Superintendent nach Lübeck. "In seinen Schriften verteidigte er die orthodoxe Verbalinspirationslehre des Alten Testaments gegen die Bibelkritik Richard Simons, Spinozas und anderer. Zu seinen Hauptwerken gehört die 'Introductio in libros canonicos bibliorum Veteris Testamenti' (3 Bde., 1714-21). - Mit kl. zeitgen. Vermerk: "Dieser, mein Herr Pathe, wurde in Dresden am 26. September [lt. DBE Juni] 1679 gebohren und starb in Lübeck am 7. April 1767". - Mit kleiner Numerierung am rechten oberen Blatt- und kl. Wurmspur am unteren Blattrand.

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