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2018-03-11 08:00:42
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Torino, Giammichele Briolo, 1775-77 (ma in realtà 1779: l'ultimo fascicolo, il XII del 1777, reca infatti l'indicazione "pubblicato in giugno 1779"). 36 fascicoli mensili (componenti se riuniti 12 voll.) in-8° piccolo (18 x 11). Ogni fascicolo di pp. 80-90 ca., con svariate tavole f.t. incise su rame (alcune in xilografia), complessivamente in numero di 38, incluse 2 tabelle a stampa. Cartonature originali stampate con cornicette decorative ai piatti per le annate 1775-76, e legatura coeva in mezza pelle con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi per l'annata 1777, i cui fascicoli sono riuniti in 4 voll. Freschissimi esemplari, intonsi per le annate ancora in fascicoli sciolti. (8488) Raccolta di notevole interesse, pubblicata in concomitanza (o forse in concorrenza) con la analoga raccolta edita a Milano da Marelli e poi da Galeazzi negli stessi anni 1775-77 (a Milano ne uscì poi una seconda serie nel 1781-84, sempre con lo stesso titolo, da non confondere con gli Opuscoli scelti sulle scienze e sulle arti, pubblicati tra il 1778 e il 1803). La raccolta torinese vanta nei frontespizi di contenere, rispetto a quella milanese, l'aggiunta di un "nuovo opuscolo" in ogni volume (nei frontespizi degli ultimi fascic. della raccolta vi è l'indicazione "più di un quarto aumentata"). Tale tipo di pubblicazione ben rispondeva alle necessità di un aggiornamento della cultura scientifica in Italia, traducendo o sintetizzando quasi in contemporanea i più importanti saggi ed articoli apparsi sui periodici italiani stranieri nei campi più disparati delle scienze: meteorologia, agricoltura, anatom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [Italy]
2018-03-10 08:47:21
THOMAS PAINE
[THOMAS PAINE].Bound Volume. Pennsylvania Magazine; or American Monthly Museum. Volume 1. January-December 1775. Philadelphia, Pa., R. Aitken, 1775. 5 x 8¼ in. Twelve issues and one supplement, a complete run of the first year. 625, [5] pp., including title signature and the supplement, plus fifteen plates. without a leaf numbered 285-286, but the text uninterrupted and evidently complete (apparently a mis-pagination at the time of printing).Historical BackgroundThe Pennsylvania Magazine was the only magazine issued in the American colonies for most of the crucial years of 1775 and 1776 (the only other one being The Royal American Magazine, which ceased publication in March 1775). It was conceived and founded by Robert Aitken, best known for his work as a printer for the Continental Congress. Aitken hired Thomas Paine to edit the magazine, at the paltry sum of £50 a year, just a few months after the radical writer's arrival in America (in December 1774). Paine would edit the publication from February of 1775 to May of 1776. He was also a major contributor, writing Revolutionary essays, political analyses, poems and descriptions of new inventions. Paine wrote under the initials "A.B." and various other pseudonyms, and sometimes with no byline.Paine scholar William M. Van der Weyde observes that, under Paine's editorship, the magazine "was sprightly and interesting, and had, moreover, real literary merit.... [I]n his early literary work...we may clearly trace the keen mind and forceful pen which were soon to give the world some of its most distinguishe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-10 08:43:52
Brydone, Patrick:
Amsterdam et Paris, Pissot et Panckoucke, 1775. 8°. XVI, 419 S.; 2 n.n. Bl., 400 S.,4 n.n. S. Druckfehler. Geflammte Kalblederbände der Zeit mit 2 goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und floraler Rückenvergoldung. 2 Bände. Erste französische Ausgabe. - Erschien 1773 in Englisch, in einem Auszug in Deutsch 1775 und vollständig 1777. Brydone beschreibt in Briefen an William Beckford seine Reise mit den üblichen Exkursen über die Altertümer, Sitten und Gebräuche, wichtiger sind jedoch die Beschreibungen des Aetnas und des Strombolis sowie andere naturwissenschaftliche und geographische Daten. - Band 2 mit wenigen kleinen Schmauchflecken (Raucher ?!), sonst sehr sauberes Exemplar in guten Einbänden. Exlibris aus dem 19. Jahrhundert auf den Innendeckeln.
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2018-03-10 08:15:20
REVOLUTIONARY WAR
New York, NY, 1775. No binding. Fine. Rivingtons New York Gazetteer...and Weekly Advertiser. Newspaper. Rivington's New York Gazetteer...and Weekly Advertiser, New York, N.Y., July 21, 1775. 4 pp., 11 1/2 x 18 in. While 1776 will remain the most memorable year in American history, 1775 actually marks the moment when the colonists became Americans. Hostilities had already begun, yet the delegates of the Continental Congress still sought to avoid war. On July 8, the Continental Congress approved and sent the Olive Branch Petition to King George III. At the same time, they sent an appeal stating the case directly to the British people. Both attempts failed, and we have found no evidence that the address was even published in England. Here, in Rivington's New York paper, it is published in the first two columns of page one, and the first column of page two. ""Friends, Countrymen, and Brethren! By these, and by every other Appellation that may designate the Ties, which bind us to each other, we entreat your serious Attention to this our second Attempt to prevent their Dissolution.""""Our Enemies charge us with Sedition. In what does it consist? In our Refusal to submit to unwarrantable Acts of injustice and Cruelty? If so, shew us a Period in your History, in which you have not been equally Seditious.""""It is a fundamental Principle of the British Constitution, that every Man should have at least a Representative Share in the Formation of those Laws, by which he is bound.""""If you have no regard to the Connexion that has for Ages subsisted between us; if you have forgot the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-10 01:57:22
THOMAS PAINE
1775. Hardcover. Very Good. Bound Volume. Pennsylvania Magazine; or American Monthly Museum. Volume 1. January-December 1775. Philadelphia, Pa., R. Aitken, 1775. 5 x 8 1/4 in. Twelve issues and one supplement, a complete run of the first year. 625, [5] pp., including title signature and the supplement, plus fifteen plates. without a leaf numbered 285-286, but the text uninterrupted and evidently complete (apparently a mis-pagination at the time of printing).Historical BackgroundThe Pennsylvania Magazine was the only magazine issued in the American colonies for most of the crucial years of 1775 and 1776 (the only other one being The Royal American Magazine, which ceased publication in March 1775). It was conceived and founded by Robert Aitken, best known for his work as a printer for the Continental Congress. Aitken hired Thomas Paine to edit the magazine, at the paltry sum of £50 a year, just a few months after the radical writer's arrival in America (in December 1774). Paine would edit the publication from February of 1775 to May of 1776. He was also a major contributor, writing Revolutionary essays, political analyses, poems and descriptions of new inventions. Paine wrote under the initials ""A.B."" and various other pseudonyms, and sometimes with no byline.Paine scholar William M. Van der Weyde observes that, under Paine's editorship, the magazine ""was sprightly and interesting, and had, moreover, real literary merit.... [I]n his early literary work...we may clearly trace the keen mind and forceful pen which were soon to give the world some of its most distingui … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-08 14:56:03
FIELDING, Sir John, attributed author].
London: Printed for A. Grant and sold by all the Booksellers and News-carriers in Town and Country [1775?]. 8vo., pp. 48, with an engraved frontispiece by Terry of Daniel Perreau threatening to stab Mrs. Rudd; title-page slightly toned, last page slightly soiled, but a very good copy, uncut, in contemporary quarter calf and marbled boards, neatly rebacked.First and only edition of a pamphlet account of 'the unfortunate Perreau brothers', apparently published during their trial for forgery of financial bonds, but before their execution in January 1776. The twins Robert and Daniel Perreau, born in the West Indies to a father of Huguenot extraction, had been sent to England for education, but the death of their parents left them in the lurch. Robert apprenticed to an apothecary, qualified, and became moderately successful, with a good client list, a respectable wife, and a house on Golden Square; while Daniel was rather less successful as a merchant in Guadeloupe. After Daniel returned to England in 1769, they began to speculate heavily on the Exchange, enlisting the assistance of Daniel's common-law wife Margaret Caroline Rudd (née Youngson). Having incurred massive losses, they couldn't risk alerting their creditors by selling assets; their solution was to continue to spend extravagantly while, apparently, beginning to forge bonds, which they continued to do until 1775 when one of the forgeries was spotted at the Drummond bank. Thinking that he could clear the Perreau name by blaming the whole scheme on Rudd, Robert Perreau volunteered to tell all to the magistrates in retur … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-08 08:11:17
[SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS]
New York, NY: , 1775. On July 8, the Continental Congress approved and sent the Olive Branch Petition to King George III. At the same time, they sent an appeal stating the case directly to the British people. Both attempts failed, and we have found no evidence that the address was even published in England, as it was here, in Rivington's New York newspaper, starting on page one.[SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS].Newspaper. Rivington's New York Gazetteer; or, The Connecticut, Hudson's River, New-Jersey, and Quebec Weekly Advertiser, July 21, 1775. New York, N.Y.: James Rivington. Front- and second-page printing of "The Twelve United Colonies by their Delegates in Congress, to the Inhabitants of Great Britain" (July 8, 1775). 4 pp., 11½ x 18 in.Politically, these addresses were promoted by the more conservative elements in the Congress who wished to exhaust every possibility in finding a peaceful settlement; it was also done in the knowledge that a strong minority of the English public were sympathetic to the plight of the colonies. The entreaty was approved by Congress on July 8, 1775, following the battles of Lexington and Concord in April and Bunker Hill in June. It condemns "the wanton and unnecessary Destruction of Charlestown," and notes that Boston "is now garrisoned by an Army sent not to protect, but to enslave its Inhabitants." An exhaustive litany of wrongs, including a review of the Intolerable Acts. However, like the Olive Branch Petition issued by Congress on the same day, this declaration was issued "solemnly to assure you, that we have not yet lost … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-08 07:50:28
GEORGE WYLLYS
Hartford, CT, 1775. No binding. Fine. Document Signed. Order issued to pay Jonathan Jeffrey. Hartford, Conn., May 13, 1775. Manuscript copy signed by George Wyllys upon examining and verifying the true copy. Also signed on verso by Jeffrey. 1 p., 7 1/2 x 12 in. Connecticut governor Trumbull boldly rejected British General Gage's request for help, and sides with the Americans instead. Here, the secretary of the Connecticut legislature orders payment to Jonathan Jeffrey, who made copies of Gage's and Trumbull's letters regarding requests for aid after the ""shot heard 'round the world."" Complete TranscriptThe Colony of Connecticut-----------To Messrs Adams and Jeffrey--------------Dm1775/May 13th-To Copying his Honor the Governor Letters to General Gage with his answer,, and the account of the Fight at Lexington, containing in the whole about four sheets of paper, close Writ}£1:0:0 Hartford May 1775/ Mr William Adams/Jno JeffreyIn the lower house, /the above acct. allowed and the Treasurer of the Colony ordered to pay the Same/Just Rich Law Clerk Concurred in the upper House/Just George Wylly's Secret.ry A true Copy as on file/Examined/By George Wyllys Secrt.y[Endorsement]: Recd of Treasurer Lawrence the Contents/Jn.o Jeffrey[Docketed]: No 1589/order/John Jeffrey/Dated May 1775/1:0:0/Audited May 13, 1776/ECHistorical BackgroundIn the wake of the Battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775, British General Thomas Gage wrote to Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull requesting assistance for the fight. On April 28, Trumbull wrote back, instead making it known th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-08 07:50:27
AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Natick, Mass., 1775. Weapon receipts, bearing signatures of two African American patriots, remarkably early in the Revolution. [AMERICAN REVOLUTION].Archive. Six Manuscript Documents, Natick, Mass., May 15, 1775. One document (.16) is signed by the town selectmen, listing the disposition and values of eleven guns, 6¼ x 7½ in.; and five smaller corresponding receipts (.17-.21) signed by the recipients. 6 pp. total.INVENTORY.16 Manuscript Document Signed by Selectmen Elijah Goodenow, Oliver Bacon, and Timothy Smith, Natick, May 15, 1775. Lists 11 troops, at least 6 of whom were African or Native American.Partial Transcript"The Province of Massachusetts to the District of Natick, Debtor[,] To Eleven Guns Delivered to the Soldiers that were Inlisted into the Service from Natick"Listed under Capt. Morse are: Elijah Emes Cesar Ferit [see Quintal, Patriots of Color] Paul Thomas [Native American]Listed under "Leut Perry under Capt Millions of hopkenton," are: Plato Labord [see Quintal, Patriots of Color] James Antony [see Quintal, Patriots of Color] John Mcgrah Benjamin Budger Cato Fare [see Quintal, Patriots of Color] Isaac Dunton Thomas Madority [see Quintal, Patriots of Color] William DyerEach of the eleven named soldiers are shown as owing varying amounts of money to other Natick citizens, possibly as a deposit or security on the arms.The following five individual, corresponding receipts have survived with the above document, and bear the signatur … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-07 20:36:56
LIGER Louis -
Paris, chez Delalain, 1775, due volumi in piena pelle originale con titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi (leggere spellature , qualche abrasione alle giunture dei piatti) tagli rossi, pp. (6)-IV-(4)-916 + (8)-918-(2) con una tavola incisa in rame in antiporta e altre 34 (di cui due ripiegate) tavole incise in rame fuori testo e con numerose incisioni xilografiche nel testo. Rara edizione di questa famosa enciclopedia sull'agricoltura, l'economia rurale, caccia e falconeria, cavalli, economia domestica, gastronomia, veterinaria, farmacopea, ecc. Belle, interessanti e spesso molto animate le tavole. Buona copia.
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2018-03-07 06:14:53
REVOLUTIONARY WAR
Woodbury, Connecticut, 1775. No binding. Fine. Manuscript Broadside, in the hand of Captain Benjamin Stiles, Sr., August 21, 1775. Woodbury, Connecticut. 1 p. 7 3/8 x 11 3/4 in. Condition: Fine. Some wear along edge, including a few short tears, and 1 1/4 in. vertical tear at bottom edge clear of text. ""being unanimosly agreed...if any of the good people of this town Shall go Counter...it shall be the duty of this Committee publickly to advertise them...all persons must break of all Connections with Such person"" In response to the ""Intolerable Acts"" that Britain had passed to suppress the patriot movement, in October of 1774, the First Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Association, signed by 53 delegates, including George Washington and John Adams. The Articles called for severing economic ties with Britain, banning the slave trade, and improving agriculture and industry within the colonies. During the boycott, the Articles discouraged ""every species of extravagance and dissipation, especially all horse-racing, and all kinds of games, cock fighting, exhibitions of shews, plays, and other expensive diversions and entertainments."" It even frowned on expensive mourning clothes. While it lasted, the boycott was relatively successful in damaging Britain's economy. In 1775, the Crown responded with harsher acts which, rather than having the intended effect, pushed the colonies towards war. Captain Benjamin Stiles, Sr. (1720-1797) graduated from Yale in 1740 and practiced law in Southbury, Connecticut. For three periods between 1754 and 1771, he served as a Depu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-06 00:06:19
Brydone, Patrick:
Amsterdam et Paris, Pissot et Panckoucke. 2 Bände. 8°. XVI, 419 S.; 2 n.n. Bl., 400 S.,4 n.n. S. Druckfehler. Geflammte Kalblederbände der Zeit mit 2 goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und floraler Rückenvergoldung. Erste französische Ausgabe. - Erschien 1773 in Englisch, in einem Auszug in Deutsch 1775 und vollständig 1777. Brydone beschreibt in Briefen an William Beckford seine Reise mit den üblichen Exkursen über die Altertümer, Sitten und Gebräuche, wichtiger sind jedoch die Beschreibungen des Aetnas und des Strombolis sowie andere naturwissenschaftliche und geographische Daten. - Band 2 mit wenigen kleinen Schmauchflecken (Raucher ?!), sonst sehr sauberes Exemplar in guten Einbänden. Exlibris aus dem 19. Jahrhundert auf den Innendeckeln.
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2018-03-04 02:14:20
REVOLUTIONARY WAR
A scarce petition for pay listing 44 members of Captain Luke Drury's Company, 27 of whom were Grafton, Massachusetts-area Minutemen who had marched 36 miles to respond to the Lexington-Concord Alarm on April 19-21, 1775. The list includes Fortune Burnee, a Minuteman of African American and Native American heritage, and his half-brother, Joseph Anthony, who enlisted on April 29th and died in service. Another of the Minutemen listed is the famous clockmaker Aaron Willard.[REVOLUTIONARY WAR].Manuscript Document, Dorchester, Massachusetts, December 30th, 1775, addressed to Massachusetts Treasurer Henry Gardner. 1p. 8 x 13 in. Likely Drury's retained copy from the time, with the signatures all in one hand, though some may be signed with marks & Jonathan Hemenway has signed himself.Petition "to pay Capt Luke Drury the Whole of our Wages (as born on his Muster roll for our Services as Officers & Soldiers in his Company) from the time of our inlistment to the first Day of August for which this shall be your effectual voucher..." Today, the terms minuteman and militiamanare often used interchangeably, but there was a distinction in the eighteenth century. Militia were men in arms formed to protect their towns from foreign invasion. They could designate up to one quarter of their force as minutemen, a specially trained force required to be highly mobile and able to assemble instantly to a call to arms. It is difficult to categorize specific men into either of the two groups based on the surviving historical record. We apply the term here to all of those militia … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-03 02:48:33
BAILLY (Jean Sylvain) -
Paris, Debure, 1775, in-4to legatura coeva in piena pelle con bordure, titoli e fregi dorati al dorso, tagli rossi, pp. XXII-526 testatine e finali xilografici, con tre tavole incise in rame ripiegate in fine. Bruniture solo ai margini bianchi delle prime quattro e delle ultime tre pagine. Ottima copia.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già' Naturalistica snc [Italy]
2018-03-03 02:48:28
LIGER Louis -
Paris, chez Delalain, 1775, due volumi in piena pelle originale con titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi (leggere spellature , qualche abrasione alle giunture dei piatti) tagli rossi, pp. (6)-IV-(4)-916 + (8)-918-(2) con una tavola incisa in rame in antiporta e altre 34 (di cui due ripiegate) tavole incise in rame fuori testo e con numerose incisioni xilografiche nel testo. Rara edizione di questa famosa enciclopedia sull?agricoltura, l?economia rurale, caccia e falconeria, cavalli, economia domestica, gastronomia, veterinaria, farmacopea, ecc. Belle, interessanti e spesso molto animate le tavole. Buona copia.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica [IT]
2018-03-02 01:26:13
PRIESTLEY, Joseph. The Haskell F. Norman
London J. Johnson. FIRST EDITION 1775. 8vo, 220 x 125 mm, 8½ x 5 inches, pages: lxii, iv, 372, plus (4) - catalogue of Priestley's works and errata, bound in full sprinkled calf, double ruled gilt border to covers, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered morocco label, all edges speckled red. Slight chipping to head and tail of spine, 25 mm (1") cracked at top of hinges, just starting to crack at bottom, corners slightly worn with cardboard showing at tips, endpapers browned at edges, H. F. Norman MD bookplate on front pastedown, title page lightly browned and very lightly foxed, last 4 pages of text and catalogue lightly foxed, otherwise contents clean, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of the first edition. See Hook & Norman, The Haskell F. Norman Library of Science & Medicine, Volume II, page 631, No. 1751; Christies The Haskell F. Norman Library of Science and Medicine, Part II, Lot 734. Joseph Priestley (1733 –1804) was an English chemist, philosopher, dissenting clergyman, and educator. He made important contributions in the fields of education, moral philosophy, theology, metaphysics, political economy, history and science. He is known for his investigations of carbon dioxide and the co-discovery, with Antoine Lavoisier, of oxygen. As a young man at Daventry academy Priestley read David Hartley's Observations on Man (1749), a long psychological, philosophical and theological treatise that builds on the ideas of Locke and Isaac Newton. Later Priestley wrote that it was the book most responsible for opening his mind to new ideas and claimed that he l … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-28 11:50:42
DAREAU (François.)
Paris, Prault, 1775 ; In-12, basane fauve, dos orné, tranches marbrées. (Reluire de l'époque) "XXIV pp., 501 pp., 3 pp. n. ch. - EDITION ORIGINALE. C'est le traité le plus important de François Dareau, une célébrité de la Creuse qui vit le jour à Guéret en 1736 et mourut à Paris en 1784. Dans sa jeunesse, il s'amusa à faire des vers et des pièces fugitives qui ont été publiées dans l'Almanach des Muses. Il fit carrière comme avocat à Guéret puis à Paris. Ce livre est le premier aussi étendu sur ce sujet. Après avoir donné au mot injure une acceptation très large et défini les diverses espèces d'injures, il traite successivement des injures par écrit, par action, par omission ; des injures publiques envers Dieu (Blasphème, sacrilège, sortilège, hérésie), des injures envers le souverain, contre les bonnes moeurs, des injures du monde envers les ecclésiatiques et vice-versa, injures envers les militaires, juristes, écrivains (intéressantes anecdotes sur le plagiat et autres escroqueries littéraires), bourgeois, femmes, parents, maîtres et domestiques, jeunes gens...Carriat. Auteurs creusois p.134."
Bookseller: Librairie du Manoir de Pron [France, Montigny sur Canne]
2018-02-26 16:04:33
Dying], Quemiset [Leather
Chez Ch. Ant. Jombert Pere. LEATHER_BOUND. Paris, 1774. 12mo, nineteenth century half morocco over marbled paper, 525 pp. An attractive copy, which unfortunately lacks leaf Y1 (pp. 505-506) and also lacks a prelim, otherwise bright and complete. A quite uncommon title on the dying of leather. The author was a dyer at the Gobelins factory. . Fair. 1775. First Edition.
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2018-02-26 16:04:33
AGNESI, Mademoiselle ; [ AGNESI, Maria Gaetana ]
1 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marbrée, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Claude-Antoine Jombert, Paris, 1775, IV-500 pp. avec 6 planches dépliantes Etat très satisfaisant (petits accrocs avec petits mq. en coiffes et mors, bon exemplaire par ailleurs). Maria Gaetana Agnesi (1718-1799), née à Milan, fut une enfant prodige et l'un des toutes premières mathématiciennes de premier rang. Le présent ouvrage est la première traduction française de la second partie, qui "regarde entièrement l'Analyse infinitésimale", des "Instituzioni Analytiche, ad usi della Gioventu Italiana" publiés en 1748. D'Alembert, Condorcet et Vandermonde autorisèrent sa publication sous le privilège de l'académie des sciences. A sa lecture, le pape Benoît XIV la nomma à l'Université de Bologne, mais son père étant mort, elle choisira le service des pauvres et l'étude de la théologie, particulièrement de la patristique. DSB, I, 75 : "The first woman in the Western world who can accurately be called a mathematician". Français
Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal
2018-02-26 16:04:33
AGNESI, Mademoiselle ; [ AGNESI, Maria Gaetana ]
1 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marbrée, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Claude-Antoine Jombert, Paris, 1775, IV-500 pp. avec 6 planches dépliantes Etat très satisfaisant (petits accrocs avec petits mq. en coiffes et mors, bon exemplaire par ailleurs). Maria Gaetana Agnesi (1718-1799), née à Milan, fut une enfant prodige et l'un des toutes premières mathématiciennes de premier rang. Le présent ouvrage est la première traduction française de la second partie, qui "regarde entièrement l'Analyse infinitésimale", des "Instituzioni Analytiche, ad usi della Gioventu Italiana" publiés en 1748. D'Alembert, Condorcet et Vandermonde autorisèrent sa publication sous le privilège de l'académie des sciences. A sa lecture, le pape Benoît XIV la nomma à l'Université de Bologne, mais son père étant mort, elle choisira le service des pauvres et l'étude de la théologie, particulièrement de la patristique. DSB, I, 75 : "The first woman in the Western world who can accurately be called a mathematician". Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2018-02-26 15:33:33
ARIOSTO LUDOVICO.
chez Brunet (Laporte per il quarto voume), 1775. Quattro volumi di cm. 21,5, pp. (8) 321 (1); 391 (1); 407 (3); 410. Ritratto dell'Ariosto all'antiporta del primo volume e 92 tavole fuori testo incise in rame per opera di Cochin e altri (ciascuna protteta da velina). Legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorsi lisci con titoli su doppio tassello e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati da greca in oro, tagli e sguardie marmorizzati. Doppio ex libris. Qualche traccia d'uso esterna prevalentemente alle cuffie. Peraltro esemplare marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Impresso su carta vergata. Agnelli-Ravegnani (II, 289): "E' questa una delle più pregiate e ricercate stampe francesi del Furioso... Più che per la traduzione in prosa del D'Ussieux, questa edizione è cara ai bibliofili per il ritratto dell'Ariosto e per le 46 bellissime incisioni su rame e fuori testo, disegnate dal Cochin.". Cohen (97-98): "Les estampes, faites exprès pour cette édition, sont fort belles...".
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2018-02-26 15:33:33
ARIOSTO LUDOVICO.
chez Brunet (Laporte per il quarto voume),, A Paris, 1775. Quattro volumi di cm. 21,5, pp. (8) 321 (1); 391 (1); 407 (3); 410. Ritratto dell'Ariosto all'antiporta del primo volume e 92 tavole fuori testo incise in rame per opera di Cochin e altri (ciascuna protteta da velina). Legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorsi lisci con titoli su doppio tassello e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati da greca in oro, tagli e sguardie marmorizzati. Doppio ex libris. Qualche traccia d'uso esterna prevalentemente alle cuffie. Peraltro esemplare marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Impresso su carta vergata. Agnelli-Ravegnani (II, 289): "E' questa una delle più pregiate e ricercate stampe francesi del Furioso. Più che per la traduzione in prosa del D'Ussieux, questa edizione è cara ai bibliofili per il ritratto dell'Ariosto e per le 46 bellissime incisioni su rame e fuori testo, disegnate dal Cochin.". Cohen (97-98): "Les estampes, faites exprès pour cette édition, sont fort belles.". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2018-02-26 11:35:47
Pedro Rodríguez Campomanes]
Madrid, Antonio de Sancha, 1775. 8º, [24]+475+[1] p, pasta española algo rozada, pasta española algo rozada, tejuelo, hierros dorados en lomo, cortes jaspeados
Bookseller: MIQUELEIZ ANTIGUEDADES [PAMPLONA, Spain]
2018-02-26 08:43:15
JEFFERYS, Thomas ((1719-1771).
London: Printed and sold by R. Sayer and Bennett, 1775. Broadsheets (22 x 15 4/8 inches). Letterpress title-page (fore-edge a bit frayed, lightly soiled) and index leaf. 22 fine engraved maps on 29 sheets, one full-page the others all folding or double-page by Henry Mouzon, Joshua Fry & Peter Jefferson, William Scull, Thomas Jefferys, Samuel Holland and others, all with original hand-colour in outline, one with full-colour (four maps with some faint spotting, a few minor short tears along folds, some occasional minor soiling to sheet edges). Contemporary tree calf (rebacked to stye, a bit scuffed). Provenance: with the small library label of Wolfgang A. Herz, on the front pastedown, his sale "Important Voyages and Travels", Christie's 9th December 2009, lot 222 "ONE OF THE MOST AUTHORITATIVE AND COMPREHENSIVE ATLASES OF AMERICA..." (Walter Ristow) First edition, most maps are dated 1775, and some dated 1774. A very important atlas with large maps of 11 of the 13 colonies and of French Canada, of the Revolutionary War era. Jefferys was geographer to the Prince of Wales, later King George III, and the leading map supplier of his day. His "American Atlas" is the most important 18th-century atlas for America, described by Walter Ristow as a "geographical description of the whole continent of America, as portrayed in the best available maps in the latter half of the eighteenth century... as a major cartographic reference work it was, very likely, consulted by American, English, and French civilian administrators and military officers during the Revolution." The atlas contain … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-26 02:02:16
Wesley, John
Printed by William Kidd, for William Whitestone, Dublin. [6],[7]-31,[1]pp. Small octavo. Extracted from nonce pamphlet volume. Typographic decorative title border. Early ink name on half-title, half-title neatly detached, faint tanning and occasional minor spots, but a very good copy, printed on unusually heavy paper. First Dublin edition. A Limerick edition is tentatively dated the same year, and the first London edition followed in 1776. Wesley's prefatory "Advertisement" is dated at Cork, 8 May, 1775, and refers to requests that the sermon be rendered in print before he left that city, requests that he was unable to fulfill due to circumstance. Scarce: ESTC locates 7 copies, 3 of them in North America, and OCLC does not expand that count. ESTC T45856. BAKER 306.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-02-25 20:01:41
Anville d Jean Babtiste (1697 - 1782) Paris
Artist: Anville d Jean Babtiste ca ; issued in: Paris; date: ca1775 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 19 x 25; - description: Map shows the back sea, the peninsula Krim and the bordering countries; - vita of the artist: Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville (1697 ?1782), was both a geographer and cartographer who greatly improved the standards of map-making. His maps of ancient geography, characterized by careful, accurate work and based largely on original research, are especially valuable. He left unknown areas of continents blank and noted doubtful information as such; compared to the lavish maps of his predecessors, his maps looked empty. His first serious map, that of Ancient Greece, was published when he was fifteen. At the age of twenty-two, he was appointed one the king's geographers, and began to attract the attention of first authorities. D'Anville's studies embraced everything of geographical nature in the world's literature, as far as he could muster it: for this purpose, he not only searched ancient and modern historians, travelers and narrators of every description, but also poets, orators and philosophers. One of his cherished subjects was to reform geography by putting an end to the blind copying of older maps, by testing the commonly accepted positions of places through a rigorous examination of all the descriptive authority, and by excluding from cartography every name inadequately supported. Vast spaces, which had before
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2018-02-25 19:32:20
Bettinelli, Saverio
Presso Lorenzo Manini, e Comp. a S. Niccolò, 1775. in 8° (18,5x12,5 cm), cartone alla rustica coevo rimontato, tagli spruzzati; pp. 57, timbro privato al frontespizio. Ex libris privato al frontespizio
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB)
2018-02-25 18:21:54
GUIDICINI Giuseppe di Gio. Battista -
1775. Bologna, Regia Tipografia, 1876, tre volumi in-8vo rilegati in mezza tela recente con tasselli blu ai dorsi pp. 189 + 192 + 194-(2). Stampato su carta forte, buona copia.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2018-02-25 18:21:54
GUIDICINI Giuseppe di Gio. Battista -
Bologna, Regia Tipografia, 1876, tre volumi in-8vo rilegati in mezza tela recente con tasselli blu ai dorsi pp. 189 + 192 + 194-(2). Stampato su carta forte, buona copia.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica
2018-02-24 19:56:34
AA. VV.
Torino, Giammichele Briolo, 1775-77 (ma in realtà 1779: l'ultimo fascicolo, il XII del 1777, reca infatti l'indicazione "pubblicato in giugno 1779"). 36 fascicoli mensili (componenti se riuniti 12 voll.) in-8° piccolo (18 x 11). Ogni fascicolo di pp. 80-90 ca., con svariate tavole f.t. incise su rame (alcune in xilografia), complessivamente in numero di 38, incluse 2 tabelle a stampa. Cartonature originali stampate con cornicette decorative ai piatti per le annate 1775-76, e legatura coeva in mezza pelle con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi per l'annata 1777, i cui fascicoli sono riuniti in 4 voll. Freschissimi esemplari, intonsi per le annate ancora in fascicoli sciolti. (8488) Raccolta di notevole interesse, pubblicata in concomitanza (o forse in concorrenza) con la analoga raccolta edita a Milano da Marelli e poi da Galeazzi negli stessi anni 1775-77 (a Milano ne uscì poi una seconda serie nel 1781-84, sempre con lo stesso titolo, da non confondere con gli Opuscoli scelti sulle scienze e sulle arti, pubblicati tra il 1778 e il 1803). La raccolta torinese vanta nei frontespizi di contenere, rispetto a quella milanese, l'aggiunta di un "nuovo opuscolo" in ogni volume (nei frontespizi degli ultimi fascic. della raccolta vi è l'indicazione "più di un quarto aumentata"). Tale tipo di pubblicazione ben rispondeva alle necessità di un aggiornamento della cultura scientifica in Italia, traducendo o sintetizzando quasi in contemporanea i più importanti saggi ed articoli apparsi sui periodici italiani stranieri nei campi più disparati delle scienze: meteorologia, agricoltura, anatom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-02-24 12:05:33
Brydone, Patrick
Amsterdam et Paris, Pissot et Panckoucke, 1775. 8°. XVI, 419 S.; 2 n.n. Bl., 400 S.,4 n.n. S. Druckfehler. Geflammte Kalblederbände der Zeit mit 2 goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und floraler Rückenvergoldung. 2 Bände. Erste französische Ausgabe. - Erschien 1773 in Englisch, in einem Auszug in Deutsch 1775 und vollständig 1777. Brydone beschreibt in Briefen an William Beckford seine Reise mit den üblichen Exkursen über die Altertümer, Sitten und Gebräuche, wichtiger sind jedoch die Beschreibungen des Aetnas und des Strombolis sowie andere naturwissenschaftliche und geographische Daten. - Band 2 mit wenigen kleinen Schmauchflecken (Raucher ?!), sonst sehr sauberes Exemplar in guten Einbänden. Exlibris aus dem 19. Jahrhundert auf den Innendeckeln.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [CH]
2018-02-24 12:05:32
Vattel, (Emer) de
Amsterdam, E.van Harrevelt, 1775. 4°. Vortitel, Titel, XXVIII, 316 S.; Vortitel, Titel, 216 S. Mit 2 gestochenen Titelvignetten. Halblederband der Zeit mit rotem goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und floraler Rückenvergoldung. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Neuausgabe des wichtigen Werkes zum Völkerrecht mit einem zusätzlichen Vorwort des Verlegers in Briefform und einem kurzen biographischen Abriss Vattels (1714-1767). - Erschien erstmals 1758 auf Kosten des Verfassers, gedruckt von Abraham Droz in Neuchâtel. Noch im gleichen Jahr wurde das Buch in Leiden und Den Haag nachgedruckt. Vattels Hauptwerk hatte massgeblichen Einfluss auf die Diplomatie und die rechtlichen Verhältnisse zwischen den Staaten. Einer der grossen Texte der Aufklärung, geschrieben von einem Neuenburger, der nach seinen Studien in Genf und Basel am Hof von Dresden arbeitete. Als Gesandter Sachsens wurde er nach Bern berufen, wo er seine schriftstellerische Tätigkeit als Mitarbeiter des 'Journal Helvetique' begann und gleichzeitig an seinem Völkerrecht arbeitete. - Einband an Kanten berieben und an den Ecken etwas bestossen. Rücken an den Kapitalen mit kleinen Fehlstellen durch Insektenfrass. Papier stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Ca. 50 Seiten mit feinen Bleistiftanstreichungen. - Breitrandiges Exemplar.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [CH]
2018-02-24 10:08:09
Samuelsson, Sven.
1775. Af den namnkunnoge rusthållaren Sven Samuelsson i Hadelö upgifwen; innehållande säkra underrättelser om alla häste-kreaturen tilstötande sjukdomar samt ofelbara præservativer och botemedel deremot, samt tecken til rätta sjukdomen. Jemte några recepter mot smittosamma boskaps sjukdomar; af honom sjelf med egen hand anteknade under dess mångåriga försök och förträffeliga curer. Samt nu på många respective stånds-personers och fleres åstundan til allmänhetens tjenst och nytta til trycket befordrad. Linköping: tryckt hos Biörckegrens enka, 1775. 212,(12) s. Bunden med bevarade gamla stänksnitt i ett senare brunt halvskinnband (stämpelsignerat Anker Kyster). Slät rygg med titel, årtal och dekor i guld. Dekorerade pärmpapper och försätts. Sista bladet med en liten pappersförlust i övre marginalen. Titelbladet med numrering och lite kladdiga gamla förvärvsanteckningar. Ryggen lätt blekt. Med Paul Lundins exlibris. 17 x 11 cm. *Första upplagan av denna hippologiska klassiker i band av Anker Kyster.[#\118224]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Göteborg, Sweden]
2018-02-24 05:52:16
Phipps Constantin-Jean-
Paris, chez Saillant & Nyon, chez Pissot, 1775, 4to legatura coeva in piena pelle con snodi, titoli e fregi dorati al dorso (in parte ben restaurato) tagli spruzzati, pp. XII-257-(4) con marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, testatine xilografiche, con 12 tavole incise in rame e ripiegate fuori testo e numerose tabelle, nel testo, ripiegate. Copia in ottime condizioni. Prima edizione francese. La spedizione del “Race de Horse” e della “Carcasse” intrapresa per scoprire un percorso verso l'India attraverso le regioni polari settentrionali è stata bloccate dal ghiaccio a nord di Spitzbergen. La preziosa appendice fornisce osservazioni geografiche e meteorologiche, registrazioni zoologiche e botaniche, notizie per la distillazione dell'acqua dolce dal mare e osservazioni astronomiche. Il viaggio è forse meglio ricordato per il la presenza del giovane Orazio Nelson, caricatore a bordo della "Carcassa" e del il suo incontro con un orso polare. Le pagine da 187 a 208 riguardano la storia naturale, descrivendo balene, uccelli, anfibi, pesci, insetti, crostacei, invertebrati e piante. Nissen ZBI, 3165. Very good.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI [Italy]
2018-02-24 00:15:26
Hawkesworth, John. (1715-1773) - James Cook - Joseph Banks - Constantine John Phipps
Dublin: (1775). In Two Volumes. Illustrated with Charts and elegant copper-plates." Printed for James Williams, 1775. 'A Voyage towards the North Pole' has a separate titlepage, pagination and register. - Contemporary bindings in tree calf leather having burgundy and black spine labels lettered in gilt. Bound with (2) two large folding MAPS and (6) six engraved PLATES including (3) three folding with text leaves mostly crisp and clean. - John Hawkesworth was the publisher of Captain Cook's journals from his three voyages (also publisher of John Byron and Joseph Banks). Captain James Cook (1728-1779) made three separate voyages to the Pacific (with the ships Endeavour, Resolution, Adventure, and Discovery) and did more than any other voyager to explore the Pacific and Southern Ocean. Cook not only encountered Pacific cultures for the first time, but also assembled the first large-scale collections of Pacific objects to be brought back to Europe. He was killed in Hawaii in 1779. ; [12],xxviii,489;[10],539,49 pages, 8vo
Bookseller: Antiquarian Collections [Charleston, SC, UNITED STATES]
2018-02-23 17:41:55
- Valencia, Imprenta de la Real Intendencia, 1775, 29,5 x 20,5 cm., cubiertas en papel moderno, portada orlada, con escudo grabado y al verso imagen de San Herasmo, Parón del Colegio de Torcedores de Seda de Valencia + 30 págs. (Es obra muy rara de la que no hemos localizado ejemplares en el Catálogo Colectivo ni en Rebiun). VALENCIA
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos
2018-02-22 04:55:24
Walton, Isaac and Charles Cotton.,
The third edition By Sir John Hawkins, lxxviii+ 302+ lvii+ 128 pages+ (8) pages index sider, John and Francis Rivington: London,, 1775, Bound in a contemporary half calf with raised bands. With surfacewear to spine and boards. Content mostly clean Nore o With many full page engrawings. With owners bookplate
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [DK]
2018-02-21 21:14:29
Dorat Claude Joseph 1734 1780
- 1 manuscrit autographe (brouillon) 2 In-4 (vers 1775) D'une écriture difficile à lire. Il est joint un portrait gravé. bon Rare brouillon d'une pièce en vers de Claude Joseph Dorat, mettant en scène Germon et Lafleur, probablement pour le Célibataire, comédie en cinq actes et en vers, jouée par les Comédiens français le 20 septembre 1775, et publiée en 1776. Une quarantaine de vers : «Je sais et ce projet franchement n'est pas bête / Votre air d'honnêteté lui fait tourner la tête [.]». Poète et dramaturge, adversaire des Philosophes, il se ruina dans l'édition de luxe de ses ouvrages. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2018-02-20 12:59:29
URBAN, SYLVANUS, GENT. (pseudonym of EDWARD CAVE editor and publisher).:
London, D. Henry, 1775. COMPLETE YEAR, JANUARY-DECEMBER 1775. 8vo, 215 x 130 mm, 8 x 5 inches, 12 issues bound together, plus the Supplement, each month with its own title page with a woodcut of St. John's Gate at the top, 5 of 7 maps, LACKING THE PLAN OF BOSTON AND THE MAP OF THE COUNTRY ROUND BOSTON, the 5 present are folding road maps of England and Wales, 7 engraved plates, 1 of which not called for in the Directions to the Binder, but mentioned in the facing text: "Dr Johnson's Introduction to a Highland Hut", printed in double columns, pages (iv) - general title page and preface, 639, (14) - index, bound in modern quarter calf, marbled sides, raised bands, blind rules and blind motif in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Some lower margins trimmed, partial loss of bottom line on 1 column (page 18), loss of 1 line of notes (page 175), very occasional pale spot, faint blind library stamp on general title page and on edge of plates, light ink library stamp on top and bottom edges, otherwise contents clean, binding tight and firm. A very good copy, lacking 2 maps as noted. This volume contains many articles, documents and correspondence pertaining to the struggle for American Independence including in the August issue a very early English printing of America's Declaration on the Causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms - the prelude to the Declaration of Independence - and very probably the first English magazine publication of America's Olive Branch Petition. The Causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms appears in the August issue, preceding by 1 m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2018-02-20 09:57:29
RIDER, William
London: Printed for T. Carnan, at Number 65, in St. Paul's Church-yard; and G. Robinson, at Number 25, in Pater-noster-Row, [1775]. [18]ff. Interleaved with blanks (not included in the collation). Leaves unsigned as well as unpaginated. [Bound with:] A companion to the reverend mr. rider's almanack, for mdcclxxvi. Containing A Variety of useful Particulars. Together with a cash-book, on a new plan; More Concise than any yet Published. London. Printed for T. Carnan...., [s.d.]. [17]ff (of 18?). Leaves unsigned as well as unpaginated. With the calendar printed entirely in red ink. Some shaving, with loss, to final lines of the last leaf. 18mo?. Contemporary blind-ruled limp calf wallet-binding, with remains of pink-ribbon tie to flap, marbled pastedown, with pockets at each end. A rare survival - unrecorded in the usual databases - of the important first appearance of a new, monopoly-busting late eighteenth-century almanac, issued by publisher Thomas Carnan (1737-88), who had in June 1775 secured a famous legal victory against what was previously considered the exclusive and ever-lasting printing privilege of the Stationers' Company. His success in the Court of Common Pleas was clearly a delicious commercial prospect, and is celebrated on the title of this new work: 'The First Year of ALMANACKS being restored to Freedom from Tyranny and Dulness' Unwilling to be beaten to the punch in the newly liberated almanac business, Carnan evidently produced at least two titles for 1776; this present work (with G. Robinson), and The lady’s and gentleman’s diary, or, royal almanack … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates [United Kingdom]
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2018-02-19 20:54:32
Pennsylvania Laws 1775; Galloway, Joseph.
Printed and Sold by Hall & Sellers, Philadelphia, 1775. pp. (xxi), 536; 22 [Appendix], (12) [Index], 3 [Addendum - from a Letter of Benjamin Franklin as an agent for PA in London (1766)]. The Addendum is frequently missing, but present here. Some age stains and foxing throughout. Folio. 350 mm. Disbound. Signatures tight. **At the top of the title page is an early ink inscription: 'For the yous (use) of the Magistrates in the Southwark District by Robert Knox.' This Robert Knox was an influential Philadelphia merchant, businessman, and ship owner 1760's-1790's. When this book was published, he was in a location in Southwark, 826-828 Swanson St. Philadelphia. Part of this substantial brick home in a neighborhood now called Queen Village / Bella Vista, just sold for over $750,000.00. He was an agent for land sales and development in the District of Southwark. Also on the title page is the autograph of William McMullin, a magistrate in Philadelphia. Included with the book are four small manuscript summons forms (one printed) signed by McMullin. On the front fly leaf is the ownership of: 'Anna M. McClure from her father.' Edited by Joseph Galloway (1731-1803), this important collection of Pennsylvania Laws, printed on the eve of the American Revolution, was the last to be issued under British rule. Galloway was the Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly from 1766 to 1775. Though he was a delegate to the First Continental Congress he never supported the Revolutionary cause. Going over to the British he was of great service to General Howe. In England (1778) he became the outstandi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Family Album [US]
2018-02-19 19:23:16
Simon Lord Lovat publicado por la mujer de Hogarth, Jane en 1775. medidas huella: 36x24 cms. Medidas papel: 62x48 cms.
Bookseller: Orbis Antique Prints [Alicante, Spain]
2018-02-19 19:23:16
Interesante grabado de Moisés comprado por la hija del Faraon.Grabado por William Hogarth en y publicado por su mujer Jane Hogarth alrededor de 1775. Medidas huella: 42,5x53 cms. Medidas papel 48x62 cms.
Bookseller: Orbis Antique Prints [Alicante, Spain]
2018-02-17 19:31:41
TWISS, Richard.
LONDON: Printed for the Author, And sold by G. Robinson, T. Becket, and J. Robson. 1775. 4to. Bella encuadernación en plena tafilete de la época; lomo con nervios, título, filetes y florones dorados; orla, recuadros concéntricos y florones en las esquinas dorados en ambos planos; cantos, contracantos y cortes dorados. Lomo restaurado de manera experta.Portadilla; Portada; iv, 465 pp; Index, 3 h sin paginar; un mapa plegado, 6 grabados en cobre y un cul-de-lampe grabado.Obra poco común, aparecida 4 años antes que la de Swinburne y apreciada por la belleza de los grabados, especialmente los de tauromaquia y de la Alhambra. El apéndice de 127 pp contiene tablas de las distancias y tiempo necesario para viajar entre distintas ciudades y un catálogo crítico de libros que trataban de España en aquella época así como un comentario sobre la literatura española. (1) New / MAP of / SPAIN / and / PORTUGAL / 1775. 337 x 372 mm. J.Barber delint. et sculpt. M.A.Rooker sculp. (2) ALCOBAÇA. / ALMANZA. / SAX. / RONDA. [4 vistas en una hoja] 212 x 157 mm. M.A.Rocker Delint.et Sculpt. / Publ. Jany.10.1775. (3) [AQUEDUCTO DE SEGOVIA (sin título)] 128 x 215 mm. M.A.Rocker Delint.et Sculpt. (4) [NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LA PEZ (sin título)] 228 x 175 mm. Rafael pinxit. F.Bartolozzi sculp. (5) EL FANDANGO [partitura de música] 218 x 192 mm approx. (6) [ALHAMBRA DE GRANADA (sin título)] 200 x 660 mm. S.H.Grimm delt. V.M.Picot sculpt. (dos recuadros de detalles arquitectónicos e inscripciones árabes) (7) [TAUROMAQUIA EN LA PLAZA DE CADIZ (sin título)] 190 x 460 mm. Philys Reinagle Delin. Chas.White Sculpt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Paul Orssich HISPANIC STUDIES [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2018-02-17 12:27:06
Morellet A.)
Par M. l'A. M. A Londres, et se trouve à Paris, Chez les Frères Estienne, 1775. Réflexions sur les avantages de la liberté d'écrire et d'imprimer sur les matières de l'administration, écrites en 1764, une l'occasion de la Déclaration du Roi 28 Mars de la même année, les défenses Qui fait d'imprimer, débiter aucuns Ecrits, Ouvrages ou Projets Concernant la Réforme ou l'administration des Finances, etcReliure absente, texte bon état, 72p. Morellet, réformateur et philosophe des Lumières, a écrit un grand nombre de livres et de brochures visant à la réforme: la tolérance religieuse, abolition de la torture, la liberté de la presse et la liberté du commerce. Size: In8 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rossignol [Paris, France]
2018-02-16 15:55:01
MILTON, (John)
London, R. Bladon, et al. 1775 - Two volumes, original calf extremities worn, joints cracked frontispiece and 8 (of 12) plates (lacking plates to Books 4, 5, 7, and 11), light embrowning, name on end-paper and inscription on back cover of first volume, some worming to outer edges of first portion of first volume with slight loss to pages 13 through 25, minor chipping to spines and covers, still not that bad considering the rarity. We have seen one other example of this edition, and the ESTC On-line locates only the British Library and Inverness Public Library copies. Not in Coleridge; not in Kohler; and we do not locate an example in either the University of Western Ontario or University of Kentucky Milton collections. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: G. W. Stuart, Jr., ABAA(emeritus) [U.S.A.]
2018-02-15 20:45:58
Jean Baptiste Greuze (painter): Jean Massard (engraver)
Jean Baptiste Greuze, Paris 1775 - This is a very rare and well documented print. It was engraved in 1775 by Jean Massard after a drawing by Jean-Baptiste Greuze. Greuze had produced a drawing specifically for the purpose of it being engraved, and in 1772 entered into an agreement with Massard to engrave the drawing as an exact copy of the drawing and to the same size. Each print from the engraving was to be signed on the reverse by both Greuze and Massard, as this print is (on the verso - see image) The Art Gallery of New South Wales has another copy of this print, and also the original drawing. The only other copy of which we are aware is in the British Museum. It may be presumed that only a few copies were made, and even fewer will have survived. We understand that Greuze made an earlier painting, which was exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1769, very similar to this engraving. The painting was however a portrait of Jean-Joseph de Laborde and his family, commisioned by de Laborde, and it is not the model for this engraving (pace the British Museum). The painting is now in the Collection Laborde in Madrid. De Laborde was executed by guillotine during the French Revolution. The picture is in the typical style of Greuze (1725-1805), one of the foremost European genre painters. The art critic Diderot claimed that Greuze was "the first who has set out to give art some morals, and to organise events into series that could easily be turned into novels." Jean Massard (1740-1822) was a pupil of the King's engraver, Martinet. The condition of the print is not perfect. The print is o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Belvoir Bookmonger
2018-02-15 19:56:30
La Lande, (Joseph-Jérôme de)
Libraires Associés, 1775. In 8°, (19x13 cm), rilegatura coeva in cartone ricoperto con carte marmorizzate, titolo su tassello in oro al dorso; p. xxxvi, 507, (1); 16 tavole ripiegate contenenti complessivamente 132 figure incise
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB)
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