The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1775

        Commentaries on the Laws of England, In Four Books, 6th Edition.

      1775. Early Duodecimo Edition of Blackstone's Commentaries Blackstone, Sir William [1723-1780]. Commentaries on the Laws of England, In Four Books. Dublin: Printed for the Company of Booksellers, 1775. Four volumes. Copperplate frontispiece portrait, table of consanguinity, folding Table of Descents. 12mo. (6-1/2" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary calf, blind fillets to boards, lettering pieces and blind fillets to spines, blind tooling to board edges. Some minor nicks and spots to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, minor chipping to spine ends, joints starting, Volume I has split through center of backstrip, corners bumped and somewhat worn. Light toning, minor worming in a few places, minor tears to edges of a few leaves, some edgewear to table of descents. Small early signature to head of Volume I title page, interiors otherwise clean. A handsome set. * "Sixth Edition." This pirated Dublin edition follows the text of the fourth Oxford edition, 1770. It is similar to another pirated Dublin edition published by John Colles, also in 1775. Not in Eller. Laeuchli, A Bibliographical Catalog of William Blackstone 14.

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
 1.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Letters from Yorick to Eliza.

      Printed for T. Evans 1775 - a few trifling spots, the last leaf apparently mounted on a stub, pp. [ii], xix, [20-] 8o, 12mo in 4s (6 1/16 x 3 x 7/8 ins), contemporary half calf, spine gilt, red lettering piece, insect damage to spine, the top of which a little defective, and to corner pieces, withal an attractive copy. Second London edition, though not so named, and rather scarce - 10 copies in ESTC, only 3 of them in the UK; much scarcer than the plethora of Kearsly editions. The proportions of the title-page make it look as if the binder has been unkind to the fore- and lower edges, but the measurements do not compare badly with those given by Cross. The front pate-down has lifted, revealing the contemporary instruction to the binder for 1/2 calf. (Cross, New Ed., 1925, II, p. 274; ESTC N10953)

      [Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA]
 2.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        Letters from Yorick to Eliza; [bound after] Sterne's letters to his friends on various occasions. To which is added, his History of a watch coat, with explanatory notes.

      London: [1st work] printed for T. Evans; [2nd] for G. Kearsly; and J. Johnson, 1775 - 2 volumes bound in one, small octavo (155 × 94 mm). Contemporary sprinkled calf, spine with double gilt rules either side of raised bands, red morocco label, red and blue sprinkled edges. A little rubbed, faint offsetting to some leaves, still a fine copy. Early engraved armorial bookplate (motto "Festina Lente"). Second London edition ("though not so-named" – Cross) of the Letters from Yorick to Eliza. This genuine correspondence between Sterne and his friend Eliza Draper was later imitated in Letters Supposed to have been Written by Yorick and Eliza (1779) by William Combe, who was also the editor of Sterne's Letters to His Friends, a combination of authentic and fabricated correspondence. It contains 12 letters, of which three are probably authentic, and one is from John Eustace to Sterne; the others are by Combe, who thereby established himself as a skilful literary imitator. Sterne had died in 1768; his daughter gathered 114 of his letters in three volumes, published in October the same year as these two less respectable volumes. 1st named, Cross, pp. 606-607.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
 3.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        ATLAS DE LA FRANCE DIVISÉE EN SES 40 GOUVERNEMENS GÉNÉRAUX ET MILITAIRES.

      - 1775 Desnos Louis Charles [ATLAS]. DESNOS (Louis-Charles). Atlas de la France, divisée en ses 40 gouvernements généraux et militaires. Paris, Desnos, 1775. In-24, maroquin rouge, triple filet doré, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre verte, filet sur les coupes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées (Reliure de l'époque). Joli petit atlas entièrement gravé, contenant un titre-frontispice, une dédicace ornementée et un portrait de Louis XVI, 48 cartes gravées à double page et une table des cartes. Bel exemplaire en maroquin rouge avec les cartes coloriées. Les fleurs de lys et le mot roi ont été maculés d'encre sur le titre et la dédicace. 12x07 cm Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Costa LLibreter]
 4.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        The Life of Petrarch Collected from the Memoires pour la vie de Petrarch [by Jacques François Paul Aldonce, abbé de Sade ]

      London: Printed for James Buckland, 1775 First edition. Contemporary calf, lightly worn at spine extremities. Gilt spine with burgundy morocco label, edges sprinkled red. . Two volumes, octavo. Engraved frontispiece in Volume I. Light foxing to first and last few leaves of each volume, old ink signature on title-page of Volume I. A very good, clean copy. Susanna Dobson (d. 1795) was the wife of Matthew Dobson, author of several medical treatises. Mrs. Dobson's first book was her Life of Petrarch, which was based in part on de Sade's Mémoires pour la vie de Petrarch. According to Samuel Johnson, 'Mrs Dobson, the Directress of rational conversation, did not translate Petrarch; but epitomised a very bulky French life of Petrarch' (Letters of Samuel Johnson, 249). Sade's work was controversial; he claimed to prove the true identity of Petrarch's Laura and identified her with the Laura de Noves, wife of Hugues de Sade, on the basis of a sonnet found in her tomb in the De la Croix Chapel in Avignon. Dobson's work was very popular, going into a sixth edition by 1805. Roderick Marshall wrote, "this book restored Petrarch, after a hundred and fifty years of banishment, to an active part in English literature:" (Marshall, 124, quoted in DNB). Dobson's other works were less well received, and she was never accepted into the literary circles that she desired to join. Fanny Burney famously referred to her as "coarse, low-bred, forward, self-sufficient, and flaunting."

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I]
 5.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  


        Institutionum Dn Justiani SS Principia, Libri Quatuor a Domino...

      1775. A Manuscript Paraphrase of Justinian's Institutes [Manuscript]. [Roman Law]. [Corpus Juris Civilis]. Institutionum Dn. Justiani SS Principia, Libri Quatuor a Domino Ruffat Editi Anno Domino 1775. Toulouse, 1775. [i], 41, 56, 29, 29, 6 ff. Quarto (9" x 6-3/4"). Contemporary mottled calf, raised bands gilt ornaments and gilt title (reading Instit/ Justin) to spine, edges rouged, marbled endpapers. Light rubbing and a few minor nicks to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, chipping to head of spine, corners somewhat worn. Moderate toning to interior, text in neat hand. A handsome item. * This appears to be a fair copy of lectures on the Institutes of Justinian or a text that circulated in manuscript. We were not able to locate any information about the author, Ruffat. It is a section-by-section paraphrase of Justinian's text with a table of contents and index. Many sections have cross-references to other sections. A note on the title page states "Ad Usum j. V. Dardignae," likely the owner of the manuscript.

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
 6.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        DE VITA AUSTRIACORUM QUINQUE IMPERATORUM, QUI FLORUERUNT SECUNDO BELLO BORUSSICO COMMENTARIUS.

      - 1775 Typis Josephi Kurzböck, Viennae Illustr. amb senefa decorativa. 173 pg. 21x13 cm. Enq. plena pell época. - Full binding skin time. Decorated with decorative tiles Dado rail. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web.

      [Bookseller: Costa LLibreter]
 7.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        Vue d'Italie : Marine animée

      S.n. 1775 - - S.n., S.l. 1775, Cadre : 32x40,5cm ; dessin : 26x28,5cm, une feuille encadrée. - Dessin original à l'encre et à l'aquarelle représentant une vue animée de bord de mer avec un village perché sur une falaise. Encadrement moderne de baguettes blondes. Dessin réalisé pendant le voyage fait avec le marquis de Sade au cours de l'année 1775 [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Original drawing in ink and watercolor representing an animated view seaside with a village perched on a cliff. Modern blond chopsticks framing. Drawing done during the trip frait with the Marquis de Sade in the year 1775 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 8.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        De l'homme, de ses Facultés Intellectuelles, et de son Éducation. Ouvrage posthume .

      Londres [i.e., Hague? Paris?]: Chez la Société Typographique, 1775. Later (third?0 edition. [2], xxxvi, 408; [2], 522pp. [*1, (inserted singleton)], a12b6A-R12; [*1, (inserted singleton)], A-Y12 (final three leaves blank). 2 vols. 12mo. Contemporary vellum, spines with ms. labels "Helvetius | L'homme | I [II]", each volume bound with additional (separately printed) leaf (8vo format) inserted at front, "Oeuvres | de | M. Helvetius, |Troisième [Quatrième] Volume | Contenant de l'Homme. | Tome Premier [Second]" (probably to be issued with De l'Esprit as a set). Later (third?0 edition. [2], xxxvi, 408; [2], 522pp. [*1, (inserted singleton)], a12b6A-R12; [*1, (inserted singleton)], A-Y12 (final three leaves blank). 2 vols. 12mo. A Forerunner of Utilitariansim. First published in 1773 from the manuscript found among his papers after his death in 1771, de l'Homme is generally considered to be a supplement to Helvetius' major philosophical work De l'Esprit (1758), which had a particularly important influence on the English utitlitarians Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill, and which had aroused the furious opposition of the Sorbonne and of the French monarchy (the book was burned in public by the hangman) - hence the spurious imprint. An exceptionally fine copy of this early edition, in contemporary vellum. Tchemerzine VI, pp. 191-192 (1st ed.)

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 9.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED by Benjamin Faneuil

      Circa [1775]. [1775]. - Circa [1775]. [1775]. Good. - sc - [The letter is undated but it was penned circa 1774-75]. Over 85 words penned on a 5 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide sheet of buff watermarked paper, there is a faint outline and remnant of a red wax seal at lower right. Slightly soiled and toned, the letter was once folded and a short tear was repaired with document tape from the verso. Inlaid into a 7-1/2 inch high by 7-1/2 inch wide cream paper mat. Good. The Boston merchant Benjamin Faneuil (1701-1785) was the brother of Peter Faneuil who donated Faneuil Hall to Boston. Upon Peter's death, he and his sister Mary inherited a large fortune. He owned a 70 acre estate on Bigelow Hill and in the 1840's Faneuil Street was named for him.The letter, addressed to David Jeffries of the Boston Committee of Donations, is a rather cranky reply to "the Commity wanting my Determination. I am surprised those Gen. Act the part they do you know I was always ready to fulfill my agreement."In response to the Boston Tea Party, the pro-British Parliament closed the city to trading and sent Redcoats to occupy Boston. The Committee of Donations was set up to receive funds from colonists in Massachusetts and from the other colonies for the relief of the citizens of Boston who suffered under the occupation.

      [Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.]
 10.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        The Miscellaneous Works of . . . Containing All His Essays and Poems.

      London: Printed for W. Griffin, 1775. 8vo, contemporary sheep rebacked with the original spine retained, red morocco label, gilt rules and lettering. Half-title present. ¶ The uncommon first collected edition of Goldsmith's essays and poems, issued shortly after his death by his long-time publisher W. Griffin. Contemporary bookplate of Stephenson, Gent. on the front paste-down; bookplate of Syracuse, NY, collector Charles Walker Andrews on the front free endpaper. Edges a little rubbed; outer margins of the endpapers browned; very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop]
 11.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  


        [begins] Eu el rey. Faço saber aos que este Alvará virem: Que sendo o decurso dos tempos sujeito as grandes alterações, que vem a fazer necessarias muitas novas, e antes não cogitadas providencias ... Havendo sido util, e louvavelmente erigido o Hospital dos Expostos da Cidade de Lisboa....

      [Lisbon]: [colophon: Na Regia Officina Typografica, 1775]. Folio. 38 pp. The Portuguese king decides to reform and reorganize the Hospital Real das Caldas (a thermal springs treatment center) that Queen Leonor established in 1484. The details of the innovations are detailed here. ("Alvará de Regimento, por que Vossa Magestade, annullando, cassando, e abolindo o antigo Regimento, chamado Compromisso do Hospital Real das Caldas . . . que depois delle se expediram; fazendo cessar a Inspecção, que sobre elle até agora teve a Meza da Consciencia, e Ordens; e separando-o da Adminstração dos Conegos Seculares de S. João Evangelista").    => No copy traced via WorldCat or COPAC. Removed from a volume and laid into modern wrappers. Light stain in outer margin of last leaf with a trace of same showing on a few more inward; old foliation neatly inked in upper outer corners; generally clean, with good margins. One inked, contemporary marginal note.

      [Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co]
 12.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  


        PYGMALION: SCENE LYRIQUE DE MR. J. J. ROUSSEAU. [bound with] IDYLLE

      Paris; [s. l.]: [s. n.], 1775. FIRST EDITION of first work. Elegantly bound, using massed tools to form undulant dentelles in the style of Derôme, this volume is beautiful inside and out. In addition to the animated and elegant binding, the chief pleasure of the book lies in the engraved text by Drouet and the elegant engravings after Jean-Michel Moreau "le Jeune" (1741-1814). Ray says that the work done by Moreau during the 1760s "showed him to be the equal of the established rococo masters Boucher, Eisen, and Gravelot" and that in his work during the 1770s, "he carried all before him." Despite its title, the second work is actually an excerpt entitled "L'Espérance" from Berquin's larger, two-volume work, "Idylles," also published in 1775. This part of the volume features two domestic scenes after Pierre-Clément Marillier (1740-1808), characterized by Ray as "among the most accomplished and abundant of eighteenth-century illustrators" whose "designs are characterized by grace, liveliness, and firmness of drawing." The lovely and well-preserved binding was executed by Émile Mercier, assistant and then celebrated successor to François Cuzin (d. 1890). The work of Cuzin was so well known and so highly esteemed that he was responsible for establishing what was called the "Cuzin style," and that Cuzin tradition was sustained in its finest form by Mercier, who signed bindings from this period (as here) "Mercier s[uccesseu]r de Cuzin." Best known for his didactic children's books, Arnaud Berquin (1749-91) here renders in verse Rousseau's popular "Pygmalion," but with a twist. Whereas in the original story from Ovid, the gods conspire with Pygmalion to bring his sculptures to life, here our central character animates Galathée without divine aide; also, in contrast to his undiscriminating love as depicted in Ovid, Pygmalion pledges his eternal fidelity to her alone in the present version. Although this is not an impossible book to find, it is rarely encountered with such extensive margins and in a binding as lovely and well preserved as the present one.. 255 x 168 mm. (10 x 6 5/8"). 2 p.l., 18, [2], 8 pp. FIRST EDITION of first work. ELEGANT LATE 19TH CENTURY RED MOROCCO BY ÉMILE MERCIER (stamp-signed "Mercier s[uccesseu]r. de Cuzin" on front turn-in), covers with graceful, undulating dentelle frame formed by volutes, fleurons, flowers, and many small tools, raised bands, spine panels with fleuron centerpieces and volute cornerpieces, gilt titling and turn-ins, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. ENGRAVED THROUGHOUT, six vignettes in the first work engraved by Delaunay and Ponce after Moreau le Jeune, and two vignettes in the second work engraved by Gaucher after Marillier. A Large Paper Copy. Front free endpaper with morocco bookplates of Georges Wendling and Carlo de Poortere. Cohen-de Ricci 140 (second work), 141 (first work). Faint toning throughout (perhaps washed?) but paper still thick and textured, offsetting from leather bookplates on verso of front free endpaper, but A BEAUTIFUL COPY, the binding unworn and glittering with gilt, and the wide-margined interior clean and fresh. Elegantly bound, using massed tools to form undulant dentelles in the style of Derôme, this volume is beautiful inside and out. In addition to the animated and elegant binding, the chief pleasure of the book lies in the engraved text by Drouet and the elegant engravings after Jean-Michel Moreau "le Jeune" (1741-1814). Ray says that the work done by Moreau during the 1760s "showed him to be the equal of the established rococo masters Boucher, Eisen, and Gravelot" and that in his work during the 1770s, "he carried all before him." Despite its title, the second work is actually an excerpt entitled "L'Espérance" from Berquin's larger, two-volume work, "Idylles," also published in 1775. This part of the volume features two domestic scenes after Pierre-Clément Marillier (1740-1808), characterized by Ray as "among the most accomplished and abundant of eighteenth-century illustrators" whose "designs are characterized by grace, liveliness, and firmness of drawing." The lovely and well-preserved binding was executed by Émile Mercier, assistant and then celebrated successor to François Cuzin (d. 1890). The work of Cuzin was so well known and so highly esteemed that he was responsible for establishing what was called the "Cuzin style," and that Cuzin tradition was sustained in its finest form by Mercier, who signed bindings from this period (as here) "Mercier s[uccesseu]r de Cuzin." Best known for his didactic children's books, Arnaud Berquin (1749-91) here renders in verse Rousseau's popular "Pygmalion," but with a twist. Whereas in the original story from Ovid, the gods conspire with Pygmalion to bring his sculptures to life, here our central character animates Galathée without divine aide; also, in contrast to his undiscriminating love as depicted in Ovid, Pygmalion pledges his eternal fidelity to her alone in the present version. Although this is not an impossible book to find, it is rarely encountered with such extensive margins and in a binding as lovely and well preserved as the present one.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
 13.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Crisis. Number LIX

      , 1775. 1775. [MOORE, William]. The Crisis. Number LIX. (London: T.W. Shaw), March 2, 1776. Small folio (7 by 11-1/2 inches), disbound, three leaves tipped together at center fold for six pages; pp. [377]-382. $1750.A 1776 rarity, first edition of the 59th installment of ""The Crisis"": part of a weekly series of political essays published in London defending American liberty and criticizing royal authority

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books ]
 14.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


        La contagion sacrée ou Histoire naturelle de la supersition. (Unito:) - - Le christianisme dévoilé, ou Examen.

      s.e. 1775 - La contagion sacrée ou Histoire naturelle de la supersition. (Unito:)Le christianisme dévoilè, ou Examen des principes et des effets de la réligion chrétienne. Londres, 1767. (HOLBACH, P.- H.-D., baron de, 1723-1789). 3 volumi rilegati assieme in-8°, m. pelle recente. I. 188; (4), 192 pp. II. (4), 172 pp. Lievissime tracce di umidità in qualche pagina della seconda opera; comunque bell' esemplare di queste rare pubblicazioni del celebre illuminista ateo. d'Holbach (1723-1789). Il s'agit d'un écrit contre la religion chrétienne; il sera condamné en août 1770, par arrêt du Parlement de Paris, à être lacéré et brûlé. Il se divise en quinze chapitres dont certains titres sont éloquents: Origine de la Superstition; la terreur en fut toujours la base. - Des différentes Religions; il ne peut y en avoir de véritable. Des Révélations. - Alliance de la Tyrannie & de la Superstition. - De la corruption des mœurs & des préjugés introduits par le Despotisme & la Superstition. - De la Tolérance; elle est incompatible avec les principes fondamentaux de toute Religion. - De l'influence de la Religion sur la Morale; la Religion ne peut en être la base. - Des prétendus devoirs, des pratiques & des fausses vertus de la Religion. Dangers des Expiations. - De l'influence de la Religion sur le bonheur des individus; elle les rend très-malheureux. Etc. I. Vercruysse, 1775. II. Vercruysse, 1767. Edizione originale. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti]
 15.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        LA CONTAGION SACREE OU HISTOIRE NATURELLE DE LA SUPERSITION. (UNITO:) - - LE CHRISTIANISME DEVOILE', OU EXAMEN... S.E. 1775 1775

      S.E. 1775. La contagion sacrée ou Histoire naturelle de la supersition. (Unito:)Le christianisme dévoilè, ou Examen des principes et des effets de la réligion chrétienne. Londres, 1767. (HOLBACH, P.- H.-D., baron de, 1723-1789). 3 volumi rilegati assieme in-8°, m. pelle recente. I. 188; (4), 192 pp. II. (4), 172 pp. Lievissime tracce di umidità in qualche pagina della seconda opera; comunque bell' esemplare di queste rare pubblicazioni del celebre illuminista ateo. d'Holbach (1723-1789). Il s'agit d'un écrit contre la religion chrétienne; il sera condamné en août 1770, par arrêt du Parlement de Paris, à être lacéré et brûlé. Il se divise en quinze chapitres dont certains titres sont éloquents: Origine de la Superstition; la terreur en fut toujours la base. - Des différentes Religions; il ne peut y en avoir de véritable. Des Révélations. - Alliance de la Tyrannie & de la Superstition. - De la corruption des mœurs & des préjugés introduits par le Despotisme & la Superstition. - De la Tolérance; elle est incompatible avec les principes fondamentaux de toute Religion. - De l'influence de la Religion sur la Morale; la Religion ne peut en être la base. - Des prétendus devoirs, des pratiques & des fausses vertus de la Religion. Dangers des Expiations. - De l'influence de la Religion sur le bonheur des individus; elle les rend très-malheureux. Etc. I. Vercruysse, 1775. II. Vercruysse, 1767. Edizione originale.

      [Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari]
 16.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


        William Bolts British East India Trading Company Bengal South ASIA Voyages MAP

      La Haye : Chez Gosse, fils, 1775. - 1775 William Bolts British East India Trading Company Bengal South ASIA Voyages MAP William Bolts (1739–1808) was a Dutch-born eighteenth century merchant active in India. He began his career as an employee of the British East India Company, and subsequently became an independent merchant. He is best known today for his 1772 book, Considerations on India Affairs, which detailed the exploitation and despoliation of Bengal by the East India Company which began shortly after the Battle of Plassey in 1757. The observations and experiences he recorded offer a unique resource for scholars inquiring into the nature of early British rule in Bengal. Throughout his life, Bolts continued to propose and execute various trading ventures on his own behalf and in conjunction with various commercial and governmental partners. The ventures of individual traders like Bolts did much to spur governments and large corporations into the expansion of their own interests and empires. We find complete examples of this same 2v set for sale for $1,150! Main author: William Bolts Title: Etat civil, politique et commercant du Bengale, ou, Histoire des conquetes & de l’administration de la compagnie angloise dans ce pays Published: La Haye : Chez Gosse, fils, 1775. Language: French FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all xl + 222 + 240 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Illustrations: 2 plates + 1 large foldout map Publisher: La Haye : Chez Gosse, fils, 1775. Size: ~8in X 5.25in (20.5cm x 13.5cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian]
 17.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        MARIA THERESIA, Kaiserin (1717 - 1780)., Ganzfigur der Kaiserin und ihrem Gemahl Franz I. Stephan, sitzend auf einem Triumphwagen, mit ihren Kindern etwas unterhalb, sowie allegorische Figuren, Wappen, Chronos mit Sanduhr. Der prächtige barocke Wagen wird von sechs geschmückten Pferden gezogen.

      Kupferstich nach Willem Jacob Herreyns von und bei Klauber, um 1775, 34,5 x 73,5 cm. Aus: "Prael-treyn verrykt doqr Ry-Benden, Prael-Wagens, Zinne-Beelden en andere oppronkingen toegeschikt aen ... den heyligen Rumoldus", Mechelen, van der Elst, 1775. - Mit geglätteten Faltspuren. Porträts, Habsburger, Maria Theresia, Österreich

      [Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat]
 18.   Check availability:     booklooker.de     Link/Print  


        MARIA THERESIA, Kaiserin (1717 - 1780). Ganzfigur der Kaiserin und ihrem Gemahl Franz I. Stephan, sitzend auf einem Triumphwagen, mit ihren Kindern etwas unterhalb, sowie allegorische Figuren, Wappen, Chronos mit Sanduhr. Der prächtige barocke Wagen wird von sechs geschmückten Pferden gezogen.

      - Kupferstich nach Willem Jacob Herreyns von und bei Klauber, um 1775, 34,5 x 73,5 cm. Aus: "Prael-treyn verrykt doqr Ry-Benden, Prael-Wagens, Zinne-Beelden en andere oppronkingen toegeschikt aen . den heyligen Rumoldus", Mechelen, van der Elst, 1775. - Mit geglätteten Faltspuren.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
 19.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland

      London: W. Strahan; and T. Cadell, 1775. Second edition, first issue, with 6-line errata and U4 corrected (as opposed to first edition) and the first two preliminary leaves on laid paper (as opposed to second edition, second issue, on wove). [ii], 384, [2, errata] pp. 8vo. Contemporary calf, rebacked to style preserving red morocco spine label. Foxing to first and last few leaves, small closed tear to lower margin of B1, a very good copy, with two engraved armorial bookplates. Second edition, first issue, with 6-line errata and U4 corrected (as opposed to first edition) and the first two preliminary leaves on laid paper (as opposed to second edition, second issue, on wove). [ii], 384, [2, errata] pp. 8vo. "I had desired to visit the Hebrides … and was … induced to undertake the journey, by finding in Mr. Boswell a companion …" Though Johnson's name does not appear on the title-page, the opening sentence left no doubt in the minds of his earliest readers who the author was. This edition is frequently referred to as the first edition, second issue; but it was largely reset, and incorporates Johnson's final revisions. The errata leaf in this copy is bound in at the rear. Fleeman 75.1J/2a (citing Todd, "The Printing of Johnson's Journey", SB vi 1954, 247-54)

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 20.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Des Strabo eines alten stoischen Weltweisen aus der Stadt Amasia gebürtig allgemeine Erdbeschreibung. Erster (und zweyter) Band oder Europa.

      Abraham Jacob Penzel hat sie aus dem Griechischen übersetzt. 1. Band: Mit einer Karte von dem bewohnten Theile der Erde so weit er den Griechen bekannt war, nach dem Eratosthenes Maasstab. Lemgo, in der Meyerschen Buchhandlung, 1775, (22 Blätter), 654 Seiten, (1 Blatt), 18,5x11,5, Lederband der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildchen (davon eines mit kleiner Abschabung) und -verzierungen, Namenszeichen auf Titelblatt, sonst nur geringe Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, 2. Band: Lemgo, in der Meyerschen Buchhandlung, 1775, Seite (623) - 1408, 18,5x11,5, Lederband der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildchen (davon eines mit kleiner Läsur) und -verzierungen, Namenszeichen auf Titelblatt, die letzten Seiten mit kleinem Wurmgang am Fuß, meist ohne Textverlust, sonst nur geringe Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, Seitenzählung ein wenig eigenwillig/gewöhnungsbedürftig, zusammen 2 Bände, dekorativ

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ingrid Degutsch]
 21.   Check availability:     booklooker.de     Link/Print  


        De Funium tensione.

      apud Josephum Galeatium Reg. Typographum,, Mediolani 1775 - Lastra incisa al frontespizio e molte altre di finissimo gusto nel testo firmate Ramis. Magnifico esemplare, in barbe, stampato su carta forte. Rarissimo. Prima ed unica edizione. Prima parte De tensione fili nec gravis, nec rigidi sviluppata in VIII Capitoli e Seconda Parte De tensione fili gravis, minime tamen rigidi in XIII Capitoli dedicati allo studio della Catenaria. Esemplare completo delle 3 tavole incise più volte ripiegate al fondo contenenti 30 figure. Lettera dedicatoria al Conte Carolo Comiti de Firmian. Prefazione ed Indice. L’Autore (Leontica oggi Acquarossa, Svizzera 1740 - Milano 1810) nel 1756 entrò nella provincia milanese. Insegnante nei collegi di Monza e Pavia (1761-67), nel 1768 fu ordinato sacerdote a Torino. All'Accademia di Brera a Milano fu professore di teologia (1769-71), di fisica e matematica (1771-75 e 1782-96), materie che insegnò all'Università di Pavia (1775-82) divenuto poi Rettore (1781-82). Fu congedato dall'insegnamento in seguito al rovesciamento politico nell'Italia settentrionale, provocato dall'arrivo delle truppe napoleoniche. Fu membro dell'Accademia delle scienze di Torino e amico del matematico Joseph Louis Lagrange. - Riccardi, Biblioteca matematica, Vol. I, col. 598/599 - Oldelli, Uomini illustri del Canton Ticino, pag. 95. Brossura coeva cartacea puntinata a spruzzo, pp. 16, 136 - 3 tav. ripiegate, in 8° [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: il Bulino libri rari]
 22.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        La Cuisinière Bourgeoise, suivie de l'Office, à l'usage de tous ceux qui se mêlent de dépenses de Maisons. Contenant la manière de disséquer, connoître e servir toutes sortes de Viandes..La façon de faire des nenus pour les quatres saison, et des ragouts les plus nouveaux.. Nouvelle édition, augmentée.. A Paris, chez Guillyn, MDCCLXXV (1775)

      Foppens, Fr, 1775. in-8, pp. XXIV, 528, leg. coeva p.pelle, tit. e fregi in oro al dorso. Edizione definitiva e accresciuta di un elenco di termini di cucina in ordine alfabetico e di nuove ricette di ragoûts e di liquori evidenziate con una stellina. Tra i trattati di cucina più importanti e diffusi in materia. (Usuali lievi fioriture della carta, piccole macchie in alcuni margini).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco]
 23.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


        Reliques of Ancient English Poetry:

      London: J. Dodsley,, 1775. Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and other Pieces of our earlier Poets. Together with some few of a later Date. 3 volumes, foolscap octavo (172 × 107 mm) Slightly later dark blue straight-grained morocco, titles direct to the spines, flat bands with narrow rope-twist roll, small tool of overlapping dotted circles and quatrefoils to the first and fifth compartments, rolled panel of overlapped alternate dotted and solid circles within a panel of a broad and narrow fillet, dotted edge-tooling to the corners, all edges gilt, narrow foliate roll to the turn-ins, light buff endpapers. Engraved frontispiece to volume I, also an uncalled for engraved author portrait tipped in before the preface, emblematic title-page vignettes to all, each volume with two illustrative section heads, and a similar tail-piece, one page of musical notation. Very light shelf-wear, light browning, occasional foxing, particularly in volume III, an extremely pretty Regency binding in excellent, unrestored state. First published 1765, this a lovely set of the third edition in which Percy "corrected such Mistakes as he had detected Â… [and] also inserted such further Illustrations as had either occurred to himself, or been communicated to him" (Advertisement to the Third Edition). The dedication, though signed by Percy, was written by Samuel Johnson. Johnson had in fact offered to do much more, but the task of helping Percy select and annotate the material fell instead to Shenstone. "Most of Percy's contemporaries welcomed the Reliques as a powerful blast of fresh air. 'Poetry has been absolutely redeemed by it', wrote Wordsworth ('Essay supplementary to the preface', Lyrical Ballads, 1815, 3, 75). Several generations of poets felt its influence: Blake, Coleridge, Keats, Rossetti, Morris, Swinburne, and many lesser lights. Scott, both as novelist and ballad-editor, owed a debt to the book, as did figures such as Bürger, Herder, and the Grimm brothers in Germany, and by extension European Romanticism in general" (ODNB).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
 24.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Institutionum medicinae practicae quas auditoribusfuis praelegebat J. O. Burseri

      21 cm. Ld. Einband berieben und bestoßen mit kleinen Einrissn und Fehlstellen. Seiten vergilbt und fleckig. Insgesamt guter Zustand : 1. Bd., Teil 1: De Febribus. 347 S. (460g). (1775) 1. Bd., Teil 2:De Febribus continuis continentibus. 450 S. (550g). (1775) 2. Bd. : Teil 1: De Morbis exanthematicis Febrilibus. 401 S. Teil 2:De Morbis exanthematicis. 685 S. (820g) 3. Bd., Teil 1: De Praecipuis singularumcorporis, patrium morbis, ac primum de iis, qui ad caput pertinent. 315 S. (470g). Teil 2:De nervorumdistentione, et rigore. 347 S.(470g) 4. Bd.,Teil 1:Morbos pectoris complectens. 366 S.(520g).(1789) Teil 2: Morbos imi ventris complectens. 274 S. (410g). (1789)

      [Bookseller: Ant. Unterberger Buchgemeinschaft Meran ]
 25.   Check availability:     booklooker.de     Link/Print  


        Leiden Marepoort - naar La Fargue, ca. 1775-1780.

      STADSGEZICHT LEIDEN - TREKSCHUITEN VOOR DE MAREPOORT NAAR HAARLEMTekening met waterverf vervaardigd ca. 1775-80, naar een schilderij van Paulus Constantijn la Fargue. Afm. (voorstelling): 44 x 54 cm.Vanaf de westelijke kant van de Nieuwe Mare (tussen Langegracht en Oude Vest) zien we de Marepoortsbrug met daarachter de Marepoort die leidde naar de Haarlemmertrekvaart.Aan de overkant van de Nieuwe Mare staan bij de ophaalbrug twee (vermoedelijk administratie-/wacht-)huisjes van de trekvaart en liggen trekschuiten.In 1657 werd de aanleg van de trekvaart naar Haarlem afgerond. Er was daarbij gebruik gemaakt van reeds bestaande waterlopen en zo werd de Mare onderdeel van de trekvaart. Het riviertje werd hiertoe verbreed en het jaagpad kwam op de westelijke oever van de nieuwe vaart te liggen. Een gevolg hiervan was dat de oude brug over de singel en de oude Marepoort niet meer goed aansloten op dit nieuwe jaagpad. Door de aanleg van de trekvaart nam de drukte bij de Marepoort snel toe en in 1664 werd besloten een nieuwe stadspoort te bouwen. Stadsbouwmeester Willem van der Helm maakte hiervoor het ontwerp. De bouwwerkzaamheden werden in 1666 afgerond.Het bakstenen gebouw had een hoge poortopening die omlijst werd door gekoppelde Ionische pilasters en hoofdgestel. Aan zowel stads- als landzijde werd dit bekroond met een fronton. Bovenop de poort stond een gesloten vierkante lantaarn.Paulus Constantijn la Fargue (1729-1782) ? bekend om zijn nauwkeurig uitgewerkte stadsgezichten - maakte twee schilderijen van vrijwel het zelfde gezichtspunt. Onze tekening is vermoedelijk een iets gesimplificeerde kopie van het schilderij uit 1771 (in particulier bezit, te zien geweest in het Maritiem Museum Rotterdam in 2008 tijdens de expositie ?Macht & Glorie: Scheepvaart in de Gouden Eeuw?). Een vergelijking met de wandkaart van Leiden van Christian Hagen uit 1670, laat zien dat de gevels aan beide kanten van de gracht exact zijn weergegeven.Prijs: ?3.450,-.

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
 26.   Check availability:     NVvA     Link/Print  


        Beschreibung seiner Reise von Berlin über Potsdam nach Rekahn unweit Brandenburg, welche er vom dritten bis achten Junius 1775 gethan hat. Mit Landcharten und andern Kupferstichen.

      Leipzig Friedrich Gotthold Jacobäer Format: 8° [2] 332 [14] S Mit mehrfach gefalteter Kupfertafel und 2 (1 gefaltete und 1 vielfach gefaltete) Kupferstichkarten und einigen Tabellen im Text Halblederband im Stil der Zeit mit altem Rückenschild und Rückenblindprägung sowie Kibitzpapier-Deckelbezügen und Lederecken 1775 - *** Erste Ausgabe der ausführlichen topographischen Beschreibungen von Berlin, des havelländischen Kreises, der Stadt Werder, Rekahn, Brandenburg, Potsdam, Stolpe u. a. "Der Weg von Schöneberg bis Stegelitz, gehet durch eine waßerlose und nicht fruchtbare Ebene, auf welcher ich weiter nichts, als eine kleine Heerde Schafe aus Stegelitz erblickte, ." (S. 49). Ausführliche topographische Beschreibung von Berlin, des havelländischen Kreises, der Stadt Werder, Rekahn, Brandenburg, Potsdam, Stolpe u. a. Die schönen Kupfer zeigen eine bemerkenswert große Reisekarte von Berlin nach Rekhan, gedruckt auf starkem, weißen Papier (19 x 60 cm!), ferner eine Karte des "Campment bey Brandenburg 1744" mit der Stadt Brandenburg sowie einen ortstypischen Bauernhof in Grund- und Aufriss: "Zeichnung von einem Steinernen Bauern-Hofe. Aufris des Hauptgebäudes auf der Mittagsseite, nach dem Hofe. Aufris der Scheune und des Wagenschuppens, Vieh und Mist Hof" etc. Vorn und hinten leicht leimschattig, Titel verso gestempelt, sonst kaum fleckig oder gebräunt, bemerkenswert wohlerhaltenes, sehr schön im Stile der Zeit gebundenes Exemplar. Engelmann 362. Berlin-Bibliographie 4. Erste Ausgabe [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat ABATON oHG]
 27.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland.

      W. Strahan and T. Cadell, London. 1775 - First edition, later issue with the six-line errata leaf. Octavo. pp [iv], 384. Period binding of full calf with raised bands, gilt rules to spine.Spine label missing. Covers rubbed. Endpapers tanned. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB]
 28.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        ""The Crisis."" IN: The New-England Chronicle: or, Essex Gazette [Newspaper printing]

      1775. (AMERICAN REVOLUTION). ""The Crisis."" IN: The New-England Chronicle: or, Essex Gazette. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Printed by Samuel and Ebenezer Hall, in Stoughton Hall, Harvard-College, Vol. VIII. Numb. 375. Sept. 28-Oct. 5, 1775. Folio (10 by 15-1/2 inches), one sheet folded once for four pages. $3750.A 1775 rarity, originally printed the same day as the Battle of Bunker Hill: an American printing of the 12th installment of ""The Crisis"": part of a series of political essays published in London defending American liberty and criticizing royal authority.The present issue reprints the 12th installment of a pro-American publication printed in London entitled ""The Crisis."" The original weekly, published by T. W. Shaw, ran from January 1775 to September 1776 in 91 issues and was notable for its fierce attacks, not only against Parliament but George III as well. (Note: this series is not to be confused with Thomas Paine's similarly titled series of essays, ""The American Crisis"" which ran in newspapers beginning in December 1776 – though he very well may have been inspired by the title.)This installment, subtitled ""BLOOD calls for BLOOD,"" is highly critical not only of Parliament, but of King George III, who had been viewed by American rebels as inherently good, but misled by his ministry: ""No tyrant was ever more despotic and cruel than the present sovereign, who disgraces the seat of royalty in the British empire; no court ever more corrupt than his, and yet. O my countrymen, to this merciless and despotic tyrant, and to his wicked and corrupt ministry, you sacrifice your rights, and yield a PEACEABLE submission."" Recalling the freedoms secured during the Glorious Revolution, the author asks: ""Shall we TAMELY submit tho have those privileges, for which they FOUGHT and FELL, ravished from us by a lawless tribe of men, who calls themselves senators or ministers, and who taking advantage of their price, are laying waste their country, and spreading desolations through the land? Shall it be said in after times, that the year ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED and SEVENTY-FIVE was less glorious than that of SIXTEEN HUNDRED and EIGHTY-EIGHT; and that as the age grew more and more enlightened it became more and more PUSILLANIMOUS. Forbid it Heaven!""""The axe is now at the root of the tree; the overthrow of the constitution is the great design of the King and his ministers, the open and avowed enemies to the natural rights of mankind, who have already sufficiently proved to the world, that they mean the subversion of the universal right of Christians and of subjects. Let those, my countrymen, who plead for tyrants, submit to their power ; but let us esteem our liberty, religion and property, equally with our lives, every man's birthright by nature; no government ever received a LEGAL authority to abridge or take it away; nor has God vested any single or confederated power in any hands to destroy it; and it is in defence of those glorious privileges, these common rights, I have written this paper; and to preserve them unviolated by the polluted hands of lawless tyrants, I would lay down my life, for life is a burthen in any other state than that of FREEDOM.""A slug at the bottom of the left-hand column, added by the editor of the Chronicle, notes, ""'Tis worthy of observation that this CRISIS was printed in London, the Day of the Battle at Bunker's Hill.""In many respects, the language of ""The Crisis"" anticipated Thomas Paine, who took the argument a step further in ""Common Sense,"" in which he categorically rejected royal authority and denied the right of monarchs to rule. Up to this point, many were reluctant to criticize, let alone question, the authority of the king, who was viewed as a basically good man who was misled by his ministers. Essays like this helped prepare the colonies for the next step, forwarded by Paine: the rejection of monarchy, and the goal of American independence.Soon after the republication of this essay in American newspapers, word would arrive that George III had declared the American colonies in a state of ""open and avowed rebellion"" and ordered the military to use their ""utmost endeavors to withstand and suppress such rebellion."" This measure, combined with Paine's arguments for independence issued in January, 1776, convinced many government critics that a separation from the British Empire was the only logical course of action.The paper also includes news of the ongoing campaign against Quebec led by General Richard Montgomery and the recall of Lord Dunmore from Virginia. Contemporary owner signature.Creases, light toning and minor foxing, rough margins, very good condition.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
 29.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        La lire maçonne ou recueil de chansons des francs-maçons. Revu, corrigé, mis dans un nouvel ordre, & augmenté de quantité de Chansons qui n\'avaient point encore paru (Avec les airs notés, mis sur la bonne clef, tant pour le chant que pour le violon & la flute).

      R. van Laak Libraire; 1775. Nouvelle edition, revue, corrigee & augmentee; 516 Seiten; gebundene Ausgabe Das hier angebotene Buch befindet sich in einem altersgemäß guten Zustand; Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt; Orig.Ganzleder; FRANZÖSISCH! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

      [Bookseller: Petra Gros]
 30.   Check availability:     buchfreund.de     Link/Print  


        Anleitung zur Schönschreibkunst.

      Darmstadt: (N.P.), 1775. Oblong quarto. 31pp. First edition. An instructional book for calligraphy, with an ornate engraved title page followed by thirty plates of calligraphic examples by Johann Menzzer. The plates demonstrate a variety of hands using quotations, biblical passages, and alphabets in Latin, French, and German, and include elaborate flourishes and ornamentation. A few of the examples have large initials and letters filled in with decoration. Menzzer was secretary and scribe to Ludwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt. Bound in contemporary gilt boards with green and red patterned endpapers. Boards show some light finger-marks and slight wear to extremities, else very fine. A.e.g. (Bonacini 1162).

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
 31.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  


        Physiognomische Fragmente zur Beförderung der Menschenkenntniß und Menschenliebe. Gott schuf den Menschen sich zum Bilde! Erster- Vierter Versuch. 4 Bände (komplett).

      Leipzig und Winterthur, Weidmann' Erben und Reich, und Heinrich Steiner und Compagnie, - 1775 - 4°. 32, 0 x 26,5 cm. VIII, [12], 272, 8 Seiten, [10], 291, [9] Seiten, [12], 356, [8] Seiten und XII, 490, [10] Seiten. Hellbraune Ganzlederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Bandnummer auf zwei roten Lederschildchen . Erste Ausgabe. WG 58. Graesse, Tresor de livres rares, Band IV Seite 126. Mit 34 Kupfertafeln und 488 Textvignetten, Kopf- und Schlussstücken von Daniel Chodowiecki, Johann Heinrich Lips, J. R. Schellenberg u. a. Jeder Titel mit Kupfervignette. Einbände teils stärker berieben, Kapitale mit, meist, kleinen Einrissen, Rücken von Band 2 an Kapitalen mit Fehlstellen (oben und unten ca. 3,5 cm). Wenige Blätter leicht stockfleckig, ansonsten innen saubere und komplette Exemplare. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR]
 32.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        Acts of Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania

      1775. First Edition . Signed. (REVOLUTION). The Acts of Assembly of the Province of PennsylvaniaÂ… And an AppendixÂ… Together with the Royal, Proprietary, City and Borough Charters; and the Original Concessions of the Honourable William Penn to the First Settlers of the Province. Philadelphia: Hall and Sellers, 1775. Folio, period style full speckled calf gilt, red morocco spine label, raised bands, marbled endpapers. $2000.First edition of this official folio collection of the Acts of the Pennsylvania Assembly, published by FranklinÂ’s longtime partner and spanning the rule of four British monarchs, containing a printing of the Pennsylvania charter of 1681, issued only one year after the convening of the First Continental Congress and shortly before the Assembly was disbanded on the eve of revolution.This 1775 official printing of the collected Acts of the Pennsylvania Assembly marks a turning point in American history. Published by the former partner of Benjamin Franklin, this folio volume appeared only one year before the colonial Assembly was disbanded and replaced under the Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776. Further, this key record emerged shortly after the Pennsylvania Assembly elections of October 1774 were “convened while the First Continental Congress deliberated.” That 1774 Assembly then “promptly approved its actions— the first colonial legislature to do so” (Klein, History of Pennsylvania, 88). Herein are Acts passed under the rule of four British monarchs (1700-1775), a printing of the Pennsylvania Charter of 1681, and laws on religious freedom, western expansion, the controversial quartering of British soldiers, colonial defense and changing relations with Indians. The shift toward revolution is also implicit here in actions such as a 1767 law that orders death for the counterfeiting of currency (p. 336)—signaling a increase of “troubles over paper money and the quartering of soldiers that kept alive the feeling against England” (Lincoln, Revolutionary Movement, 137). In 1776 the Assembly was disbanded in a move aided “by the Continental Congress which, indeed, chose Philadelphia as its meeting place partly to give aid and encouragement to the Pennsylvania revolutionary party” (Klein, 93-4). This first edition edited by loyalist Joseph Galloway and published by David Hall, a longtime partner in Benjamin FranklinÂ’s publishing firm. Franklin had captured the government printing job in Pennsylvania from his rivals the Bradfords when he was made clerk of the Assembly in 1736, a position that allowed Franklin to secure “the business of printing the votes, laws, paper money, and other occasional jobs for the public”— especially regular printings of the Acts. In 1748 “Franklin retired and turned over the operation of his printing business to his foreman David Hall” (Isaacson, 114, 127). Franklin and HallÂ’s firm regularly published these official collections until their partnership expired in 1766, and Hall continued to publish Assembly Acts under his imprint. Without three-page Addendum, rarely found. Evans 14364. Harvard Law Catalogue, 322. Sabin 59820. Thomas, 379-80. Tower, 216. Text generally fresh with light scattered foxing, light marginalia. Beautifully bound.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
 33.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        ijsgezicht nabij Antwerpen, Dutch winter scene,1775.

      ?Village pres d?Anvers??Ets vervaardigd door landschapsetser en -schilder Franz Edmund Weirotter, uitgegeven door Fran?ois Basan te Parijs in 1775. Afm. (afb.) 23,7 x 36,7 cm.Weirotter (1733-1771) krijgt zijn opleiding in Innsbruck, Wenen, Regensburg, Mainz en uiteindelijk in Parijs waar hij in 1759 de Duitse graveur Johann Georg Wille tegenkomt. Bij Wille, die zeer succesvol is in Frankrijk, leert Weirotter graveren. In zijn vroege jaren volgt hij de uit Itali? afkomstige pseudo Hollandse stijl.Hij blijft in Parijs tot 1763, vanwaar hij naar Rome vertrekt. In 1765 keert hij weer terug naar Parijs, om vervolgens in 1767 in Wenen tekenleraar te worden aan de Academie. Daar overlijdt hij aan een oogkwaal op 41 jarige leeftijd.Ondanks zijn korte leven liet hij een imposant oeuvre van 288 etsen na. Vrijwel allemaal landschapsvoorstellingen. Kort na zijn dood worden 218 van zijn etsplaten gekocht door de Parijse uitgever Basan & Poignant, die in 1775 de platen in een kleine oplage herdrukt.Prijs: ?625,- (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
 34.   Check availability:     NVvA     Link/Print  


        Das Maskenrecht, 1775

      - Technik: Radierung auf Papier. Beschriftung: oben mittig bezeichnet: "Das Masquen-recht"; verso Sammlungsstempel. Werkverzeichnis: Engelmann 121. Provenienz: Du Bois. Grösse: 9 x 12,4 cm (Darstellung). Weitere Größen: Papier: 13,4 x 19,0 cm. Beschreibung: Sehr seltenes Blatt. Eine Anspielung auf das unerträgliche Benehmen der Menschen bei Maskeraden, die glauben, sich alles erlauben zu können. Es handelt sich um einen Gesamtpreis inkl. Versandkosten innerhalb der BRD. Umsatzsteuer wird wegen Differenzbesteuerung nach §25a UstG weder erhoben noch ausgewiesen.

      [Bookseller: H. W. Fichter Kunsthandel e.K.]
 35.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and other Pieces of our earlier Poets. Together with some few of a later Date.

      London: J. Dodsley, 1775 - 3 volumes, foolscap octavo (172 × 107 mm) Slightly later dark blue straight-grained morocco, titles direct to the spines, flat bands with narrow rope-twist roll, small tool of overlapping dotted circles and quatrefoils to the first and fifth compartments, rolled panel of overlapped alternate dotted and solid circles within a panel of a broad and narrow fillet, dotted edge-tooling to the corners, all edges gilt, narrow foliate roll to the turn-ins, light buff endpapers. Very light shelf-wear, light browning, occasional foxing, particularly in volume III, an extremely pretty Regency binding in excellent, unrestored state. Engraved frontispiece to volume I, also an uncalled for engraved author portrait tipped in before the preface, emblematic title-page vignettes to all, each volume with two illustrative section heads, and a similar tail-piece, one page of musical notation. First published 1765, this a lovely set of the third edition in which Percy "corrected such Mistakes as he had detected [and] also inserted such further Illustrations as had either occurred to himself, or been communicated to him" (Advertisement to the Third Edition). The dedication, though signed by Percy, was written by Samuel Johnson. Johnson had in fact offered to do much more, but the task of helping Percy select and annotate the material fell instead to Shenstone. "Most of Percy's contemporaries welcomed the Reliques as a powerful blast of fresh air. 'Poetry has been absolutely redeemed by it', wrote Wordsworth ('Essay supplementary to the preface', Lyrical Ballads, 1815, 3, 75). Several generations of poets felt its influence: Blake, Coleridge, Keats, Rossetti, Morris, Swinburne, and many lesser lights. Scott, both as novelist and ballad-editor, owed a debt to the book, as did figures such as Bürger, Herder, and the Grimm brothers in Germany, and by extension European Romanticism in general" (ODNB).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
 36.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        Geschichte Gustav Adolphs, Königs von Schweden. Aus den Arkenholzischen Handschriften und den vornehmsten Geschichtsschreibern. Erster Band. Erste und zweythe Abtheilung . Zweiter Band. Erste Abtheilung . Zweythe und letzte Abtheilung in 2 Bänden komplett.

      Breslau: Löwe 1775 - 1777. - Gutes Exemplar der deutschen Erstausgabe, anonym erschienen. Vollständig in zwei Bänden mit insgesamt vier Abteilungen. Einbände berieben und bestossen, innen nur geringe Altersspuren. Recht seltene Edition. Mauvillon (1712-1779) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und Professor für französische Literatur in Braunschweig. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. Kupferporträt, 490, 472 S. Mit einigen Textvignetten. Schlichte Halblederbände d.Z. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Primavera Birgit Stamm]
 37.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

______________________________________________________________________________


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     562 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     


Copyright © 2018 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.