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2017-09-05 20:52:47
Kennedy, John
London, printed for S. Hooper 1777 - Second edition, corrected and greatly enlarged. Two vols in one. 280 + 279pp. Original full leather, scoffed and edgeworn all around. Chips off top and bottom of spine but gold-stamped red leather label bright. Front cover reattached but light space at attachment joint visible.Pages crisp and clean with a few penciled notations by knowledgable previous owner. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eastside Books & Paper
2017-09-04 20:17:04
London, printed for J. Dodsley, 1777. or A View of the History, Politics, and Literature, for the year 1776. London, 1777. Contains an early British printing in book form of THE AMERICAN DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE in Congress 4th July 1776, printed in full. 8vo, 221 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5¼ inches, pages: iv, 1-192, 113-270, [1], 1-259, [9] - Contents, the irregular pagination is the same in all copies, bound in half contemporary calf, gilt lettering and decoration to spine, marbled boards, endpapers and edges. Spine rubbed with some minor cracks, both hinges beginning to crack but covers holding firmly, corners worn and rubbed, small repair to top margin of pages 261-261, not affecting text, 2 pages have a small ink spot and another has a tiny hole, text easily understood, a few pages have pale age-browning and the occasional pale brown spot mostly to margins, old ink name and date to top of blank endpaper, otherwise a very good clean copy. The Declaration of Independence is followed by the XVI Articles of Confederation between the thirteen colonies, resolved and signed at Philadelphia on 4 Oct. 1776 (pages 261-270), chapter 8 page 143 relates military conflicts between America and Britain (see attached image). See: Joseph Sabin, A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, Volume 1, No. 1614. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2017-09-04 20:17:04
London, printed for J. Dodsley, 1777. or A View of the History, Politics, and Literature, for the year 1776. London, 1777. Contains an early British printing in book form of THE AMERICAN DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE in Congress 4th July 1776, printed in full. 8vo, 221 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5¼ inches, pages: iv, 1-192, 113-270, [1], 1-259, [9] - Contents, the irregular pagination is the same in all copies, bound in half contemporary calf, gilt lettering and decoration to spine, marbled boards, endpapers and edges. Spine rubbed with some minor cracks, both hinges beginning to crack but covers holding firmly, corners worn and rubbed, 2 pages have a small ink spot and another has a tiny hole, text easily understood, a few pages have pale age-browning and the occasional pale brown spot mostly to margins, old ink name and date to top of blank endpaper, otherwise a very good clean copy. The Declaration of Independence is followed by the XVI Articles of Confederation between the thirteen colonies, resolved and signed at Philadelphia on 4 Oct. 1776 (pages 261-270), chapter 8 page 143 relates military conflicts between America and Britain (see attached image). See: Joseph Sabin, A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, Volume 1, No. 1614. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2017-09-04 15:49:53
OST- u. WESTPREUSSEN (Prusach Wschodnich i Prusach Zachodnych) Polen (Poland / Polska):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Guillaume de L' Isle aus Nieuwe natuur- geschied- en handelkundige zak- en reisatlas . b. N.T. Gravius in Amsterdam, n. 1777, 17,5 x 24,5 Jäger, Prussia-Karten 1542-1810, Nr. 126. - Zeigt Ost- und Westpreussen. - Oben links Titelkartusche; rechts daneben Maßstab.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2017-09-04 13:10:48
Edinburgh, Robert and Richerd Wilson, 1777;. Hardback. 4.75" x 2.5". Good- condition. 180pp with the Calculations by Mr James Dinwiddie, Mathematician of Dumfries. Blank pages at front & back have been filled with personal accounts from 18th century Owner. A few of these pages have small tears. Body of work clear and tight although the type is small. Contents include : English Lists of the names of Archbishops, King's Household, Admiralty Office, Regiments, Pay of the Army & Navy and more. Irish Lists include : Commissioners of the Revenue , Staff Officers. Scottish Lists include : Agents and Solicitors, Arrival and Departure of Carriers and Posts, Court of the Admiralty, Merchants Hospitals, Officers of the Crown, Post Office, police, Roads to London, Royal Bank and much more. Original 18th century brown worn leather covers with front flap and paper label on spine. Front hinge cracked and fragile. Of great historical and geneology interest. Hard to find. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wheen O' Books [Selkirk, United Kingdom]
2017-09-03 13:51:47
Robertson, Wilhelm; Schiller Johann Friedrich ( Übs. )
Weidmanns Erben und Reich Leipzig 1777 Mit 12 n.n. Blättern ( Inhalt und Vorrede ), 574 Seiten. Mit 2 großen ausfaltbaren gestochenen Karten *Landkarte von Süd-America * von Th. Kitchin sowie 1 große ausfaltbare *Karte des mexicanischen Meerbusens und der anstossenden Inseln und Länder * ( ebenfalls von Th. Kitchin ). ( Karten für diesen Band so vollständig ). Ein möglicherweise ehemals vorhanden Frontispizkupfer fehlt in der vorliegenden Ausgabe, Ohldr mit goldgeprägtem schmalen Einbandrücken und marmorierten Buchdeckel sowie umlaufendem Rotschnitt, 8° ( 21 x 12 cm ). Der Einband etwas fleckig, berieben, Ecken und Kanten teils etwas bestoßen, der schmale Einbandrücken zu den Kapitalen hin in alter Zeit ausgebessert bzw. restauriert, das obere Kapital etwas ausgefranst. Innen fehlt das vordere unbedruckte Vorsatzblatt und wie erwähnt ein dort möglicherweise vorhandenes Frontispiz. Papier gebräunt, Seiten teils gering fleckig, die in Kupfer gestochenen Karten gering fleckig, die erste Karte mit kleinem hinterlegten Einriß. ( Gewicht 600 Gramm ) ( Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage – further pics at request ) Versand D: 6,00 EUR Robertson, Schiller, Kitchin, Columbus, Cuba, Kuba, Hispaniola, Konquistadoren, Südamerika, Mexiko, Mittelamerika, Entdeckung, Indianer, Google
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen [Hamburg, Germany]
2017-09-02 21:31:58
MONTESQUIEU, Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de.
London: Printed for T. Evans, and W. Davis,, 1777. Translated from the French. In four volumes. 4 volumes, octavo (217 x 130 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, red and green morocco labels to spines, remaining compartments elaborately tooled in gilt, raised bands. With the separately paginated and registered Index to the Spirit of Laws in volume 4. Engraved frontispiece to volume 1. Armorial bookplates of the Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire to front pastedowns of each volume, 20th-century bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst, Lancashire retail chemist and discriminating collector of 18th-century literature in contemporary bindings, to front free endpaper of volume 1, and a few neat ink annotations to contents. Extremities lightly worn, corners gently bumped, very minor rubbing to the lower board of volume 2 and a few spots to rear board of volume 3, contents a little foxed, otherwise a bright, clean set. First collected edition in English of the works of "one of the great political philosophers of the Enlightenment" (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). Books XI and XII of The Spirit of Laws are sparsely but intelligently annotated in a contemporary hand, possibly by the 12th Earl of Suffolk and 5th Earl of Berkshire, Henry Howard (1739–1779); for example, Montesquieu's discussion of Roman government concludes with the reader's observation that "the Causes of destroying the Liberty of Rome better explain'd in this chapter than by any other treatise I ever read on the subject".
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2017-09-02 05:02:50
[West, Benjamin]
Norwich: Printed and Sold Wholesale and Retail, by J. Trumbull, 1777. [24]pp. Self wrappers, stitched. Minor staining and foxing, a few leaves with contemporary marginalia. Very good. A rare Revolutionary-period almanac from Connecticut, attributed by both Evans and Bates in his CHECK LIST OF CONNECTICUT ALMANACS, 1709-1850. The contemporary marginalia reveals the usefulness of the almanac, with several notations from a colonial American noting good times to perform certain functions according to the calendar, namely "a good time to cut coalts" on June 13. Only seven copies reported from five institutions in ESTC. EVANS 15706. TRUMBULL 254. DRAKE 312.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
2017-09-01 14:15:25
Robertson William
Nella Stamperia Allegrini, Pisoni e Comp, 1777. In 8° (19,5x10,2 cm); 4 tomi: (2), XXX, 362 pp. e 1 grande c. di tav. fuori testo più volte ripiegata (Golfo del Messico ed paesi adiacenti), (4), 516 pp. e 1 grande c. di tav. fuori testo più volte ripiegato (America Meridionale) un piccolo restauro rinforzo al margine superiore della tavola a restaurare piccolo strappo senza perdita di carta, 552 pp. e una c. di tav. più volte ripiegata (Carta dei paesi sopra il mare meridionale) un piccolo alone al margine bianco superiore delle prime 10 carte ininfluente, 412 pp. e due grandi c. di tav. più volte ripiegate (la tavola con i disegni aztechi è solitamente inserita nel terzo volume, l'altra invece contiene Messico e Nuova Spagna, piccolo strappetto senza perdita di carta). Legatura coeva in tutta pergamena maculata con titolo e numero del volume impresso su pecette in pelle al dorso, strofinature e qualche lieve difetto alle cerniere del secondo volume che però si presenta in ogni caso solido e ben legato. Esemplare ancora in barbe. Prima non comune edizione italiana completa dei quattro volumi e delle tavole fuori testo. All'interno a parte i due strappetti senza perdita di carta a due delle tavole fuori testo, l'opera si presenta in buone-ottime condizioni di conservazione, priva delle tipiche bruniture presenti solitamente nelle altre copie e dovute alla qualità della carta utilizzata. L'opera ebbe subito grande successo e una nuova edizione uscì già nel 1778, una terza nel 1794. William Robertson nacque a Borthwick nel Midlothian nel 1721. E' considerato con Hume e Gibbon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Zanfrognini Antonio [IT]
2017-09-01 02:25:55
COOK, James.
London: W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1777. London: W. Strahan and T. Cadell,, 1777. Performed in His Majesty's Ships the Resolution and Adventure, in the Years 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775 … In which is included, Captain Furneaux's Narrative of his Proceedings in the Adventure during the Separation of the Ships. 2 volumes, quarto (285 x 233 mm). Contemporary sprinkled calf, rebacked with original spines laid down, raised bands, red and green morocco labels, gilt floral device to compartments. Engraved portrait frontispiece, 49 similar plates of which 25 folding or double-page, mostly after William Hodges, 14 engraved maps, of which 6 folding or double-page, and 1 folding table. Later armorial bookplate of Lord Wenman to front pastedowns. Leather slightly lifting along joints, tips bumped and rubbed, a few mild scuffs and markings to sides, contemporary inked annotations to front free endpapers, perforated stamp of the Indiana University Library to lower margins of title pages with associated ink-stamps to versos, very light offsetting from a small number of plates only, vol. 1 with skilfully repaired tear to folding chart facing p. 1, pale marking to sig. R3, plate no. XXIV facing p. 157 loose, superficial spill-burn to chart of Easter Island facing p. 277, the image spared; vol. 2 with short closed to gutter sig. A4 not affecting text, plate no. LIX (Landing at Tanna) between pp. 54-5 with old repair to fore edge verso, imprint of plate XLV facing p. 81 (Woman of the Island of Tanna) with imprint just shaved. A very good copy, internally crisp and fresh, with generous margins. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-08-31 18:32:15
THIERS, Jean-Baptiste
Avignon : Louis Chambeau, 1777. In-12°. xxiv-442pp. Reliure demi-velin du XIXe (pièce de titre en cuir noir, tranches marbrées, ancienne signature dans la marge inférieure de la page 1, ex-libris armorié couleurs ave la devise "disjecta quaerendo collegi"). Bel exemplaire en bon état. Format 10,5 x 17,2 cm. // 19th centuty half vellum (a.e. marbled, chromolitho. armorial book-plate, old signature to lower margin of p.1, a sound & attractive copy). 2nd edition (1st ed: Paris 1690). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MAGICBOOKS [Plélan-le-Grand, France]
2017-08-31 13:30:02
Cambridge Printed by John Archdeacon printer to the University, 1777. 16mo., contemporary ink ownership to front free endpaper, contemporary red panelled calf gilt, single Greek key panel, smooth spine gilt in five compartments, gilt edges, very good indeed. Gaskell 20. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-08-31 05:03:45
Weiße, Christian Felix (1726-1804), Jugendschriftsteller, Redakteur, Übersetzer.
- An den Dresdner Geheimen Kammerrat Heinecke, mit Dank für einen Beitrag für Weißes "Neue Bibliothek der schönen Wissenschaften und der freyen Künste", betreffend Heineckes "Sammlung von Kupferstichen nach den berühmtesten Gemählden der königl. Gallerei zu Dresden". Weiße beklagt: "Das Buch der Bibliothek kommt dießmal sehr spät. Die Polygraphie wird itzt so groß, daß man in den Buchdruckereyen über die Gebühr aufgehalten wird". Der neue Band war seit Pfingsten, d.h. Mitte Mai unter der Presse gewesen. - Christian Felix Weiße verfaßte und übersetzte Libretti und Dramen und gründete mit dem "Kinderfreund" die erste deutsche Jugendzeitschrift. Außerdem war er über 30 Jahre lang Redakteur der "Bibliothek der schönen Wissenschaften und der freyen Künste" (später "Neue Bibliothek.")
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel
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2017-08-31 00:23:33
Dyche, Thomas & William Pardon
London: printed for C. Bathurst [et al. ], 1777. 8vo, [16] & unpaginated lexicon in double column; text in good condition, but in a battered sheepskin binding. Alston V, 160. Because this dictionary stressed departments not found in Bailey, Dyche & Pardon were able to grab a small, loyal share of the growing dictionary market. Their dictionary, aimed at a less educated class than Bailey's, stressed proper accentuation and pronunciation (it was the first of many dictionaries to stress pronunciation); and, anticipating Webster, suggested several improvements in spelling which were subsequently adopted ("physick" to "physic, " for example). Etymology is omitted. The dictionary was begun by Dyche, a schoolmaster, who had two previous non-dictionaries to his credit, A Guide to the English Tongue (1709; 48th ed. by 1774); and, A Dictionary of all the Words Commonly Us'd in the English Tongue (1723), both of which stressed spelling and pronunciation, but gave no definitions. Of William Pardon little is known. The New General English Dictionary is, however, "so different in character from the earlier Dyche works that we are naturally tempted to visit its eccentricities on the unknown Pardon" (see Starnes & Noyes, chapt. XVII). The book incorporates the names and descriptions of hundreds of English and Welsh towns, with their market-days, government, manufactures, distances from London, etc. It was partially due to this gazetteer-like entry that the work remained popular with the public.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2017-08-30 23:08:32
Richardson, John.
1777. Folio (275 x 407 mm). 2 vols. (4), XLVIII, (16) pp. 2144 (but: 2136: skipping 441-448) cols. (4) pp., XX cols., (6) pp., 2286 cols. 19th century English calf. First edition of the first Persian-Arabic-English dictionary, edited by the orientalist Sir John Richardson (1740/41-1795). The first volume includes a dissertation on the languages, literature and manners of Eastern nations. ''An excellent work. As the first vol. or Persian, Arabic and English part was published separately, many more copies were sold than of the second or English, Persian, and Arabic. A few broken sets of the first volume being left, the booksellers were led to reprint several deficient sheets, and so with the copies left on hand of the second vol. they made up some perfect sets. But these are easily known from the original'' (Clarke), as they are printed in London in 1800. - "On 12 November 1767 [Richardson] was proposed for the Society of Antiquaries of London as of Furnival's Inn. In London he pursued both the law and the study of Arabic and Persian. In his oriental interests Richardson was much influenced by another young man, William Jones, who was already coming to be regarded as a prodigy of learning in Asian languages. With the growth of British territorial power in India the potential market for a Persian dictionary had aroused the interest of London publishers and by 1770 Jones and Richardson were working on a new version of Franciscus Meninski's 'Thesaurus linguarum orientalium', first published in 1680-87. Progress was very slow, and Jones withdrew to concentrate on his legal career … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-08-30 19:22:58
Bookseller: Librairie du Château de Capens [Capens, France]
2017-08-30 18:27:08
QUARLES, Francis
Printed and Sold by H. Trapp, London, 1777. [2], 289pp, [1]. Without two terminal leaves - translations of Latin mottoes and directions to the binder respectively. With an engraved half-title and a further 96 engraved plates. Contemporary gilt-tooled calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Rubbed, cracking to spine, corners bumped. Marbled endpapers, front blank fly-leaf removed, small hole to engraved half-title, very occasional ink-spotting/marking. First printed in 1635, the aptly named Emblems, by English renaissance poet Francis Quarles (1592-1644), consists of divine and moral poetry, illustrated throughout with allegorical baroque designs, promoting the uncontroversial characteristics typically identified with good Christian living. The work, which proved the most successful Quarles produced, was dedicated to Edward Benlowes, who had provided inspiration in presenting the poet with copies of two highly esteemed seventeenth-century Jesuit continental emblem books; Pia Desideria (1624) and Typus Mundi (1627). Quarles produced a second poetic-emblem book, the Hieroglyphikes of the Life of Man in 1638, and the two works were collected together in over 30 editions before 1800. ESTC T94285. Size: 12mo [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquates Ltd - ABA, ILAB [Wareham, Dorset, United Kingdom]
2017-08-30 01:34:23
New London, Connecticut, 1777. Unbound. Near Fine. Large laid paper leaf. 8.25" x 12". Old folds, near fine. An accounting of pay and expenses owed to Latham with note of his receipt of payment the same paid by [Captain] John Deshon. Lawrence's expenses included delivering cargo to Boston, awaiting orders in New London, and waiting ten days in Hartford for orders from the Governor. Four days before this document the Governor and Connecticut Council of Safety commissioned Latham to deliver salt to Boston.
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-08-29 12:24:33
Voch, Lucas
Augsburg, Johann Martin Will 1777 - Gr.8°, Titelbl., 36 S., Titelbl., 31 S., 13 Falttaf. in Holzschnitt, Priv.-HLdr. d. Zt., Rücken mit brauner Farbe übermalt, 2 Bibliotheksstempel a. 1. Titelbl., do. jeweils 1 auf den letzten Textbl., tlw. etw. stockfl. u. knittrig; allg. sehr gutes Ex. Die «Anleitung» in 2., verbesserter Auflage, die «Zugabe» in EA. 600 gr. Schlagworte: Architektur - HolzbauGeschichte - 18 Jht. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
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2017-08-29 11:57:04
Glasse, Samuel; Richard Kaye, and Robert Markham
London, 1777-1779. 12mo. (iv), 36; (iv), 62; (iv), 23; (1)-33, (1) pp. The first two sermons - by Glasse - sketch out the mission of the Society, and list receipts and disbursements, and the various constituencies served by the Society’s charity. These include such items as, “Distresst boys fitted out and sent to sea as servants,” and the “sons of poor widows.” Those children likely to be sent to sea included “Orphans lurking about the streets... Vagabonds, the major part of them overwhelmed with Filth and Rags... Forsaken poor Boys, from the Country.” Donations were received from the East India Company and a lengthy list of subscribers including the likes of George Pococke and Jonas Hanway, not to mention “His Royal Highness the Nabob of the Carnatic.” The third sermon, by Kaye, lauds the Marine Society and its charitable aims, and the fourth sermon, by Markham, gives a list of members and subscriptions. All these sermons are quite scarce, with no copies being held outside the UK. VG, bound in period full calf with spine label.
Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co.
2017-08-29 10:01:16
BORGO CARLO (1731-1794).
Venezia, presso Antonio Zatta, 1777. In - 4ø; 11 cc. (ultima errata), 300 pp., 20 tavv. fuori testo incise in rame; bella vignetta al titolo incisa da P. A. Zatta. Legatura coeva in tutto cartone alla rustica, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Una macchiolina su una tavola. Ottimo esemplare a pieni margini con barbe. Edizione originale preceduta dalla circolazione di alcune rarissime copie senza anno di stampa (1770, secondo il d'Ayala ) e senza dedica. Assai interessante opera di architettura militare illustrata da 20 grandi tavole incise. Carlo Borgo, appartenente alla Compagnia di Ges--, volle con questa pubblicazione rendere omaggio a Federico II di Prussia, protettore dei dispersi dell'ordine gesuitico, da poco soppresso. "L'opera, che secondo l'autore avrebbe dovuto completare quella sugli assedi del Vauban, suggeriva la costruzione di fortificazioni che offrissero al nemico la minor superficie possibile d'attacco; consigliava una difesa statica basata piuttosto sulla potenza delle artiglierie che sulle sortite; mostrava l'utilit... dell'uso di proiettili a punta al posto delle palle; e progettava, infine, un telegrafo ottico da campo, fissando cifre e segni convenzionali. Federico II premi• il B. con un brevetto di tenente colonnello onorario del genio, mentre l'opera conosceva due traduzioni: in lingua spagnola ad opera del gesuita Casseda e in francese ad opera dell'abate J. J. Rossignol (Pens‚es sur l'art de fortifier les places?, Turin 1805)" (DBI). "Il Borgo si dimostra eccellente teoretico fortificatore; sicchŠ Federico facevalo colonnello de' suoi ingegneri militar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2017-08-29 08:11:23
Marco COLTELLINI - Il Gazzettiere Americano
Livorno, 1777. "Carta tratta dal "Atlante dell'America contenente le Migliori carte geografiche ". Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara." "From "Atlante dell'America contenente le Migliori carte geografiche ". After Nicolas Bellin. Copperplate, showing the usual folds, wide margins, two small warm holes, generally in very good condition. Rare." 175 230mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-08-28 16:09:57
Sincerus, Germanus (Pseudonym).
Augsburg: bey Matth�us Riegers sel. S�hnen, 1777. Augsburg: bey Matthäus Riegers sel. Söhnen, 1777. hardcover. Gut. Mit Register und einem ausklappbaren Kupferstich (Uringläser) im Anhang. Kl.-8vo. (ca. 16,5 x 10,5 cm). Pappband der Zeit ohne Rückentitel, 3 Bll., 99 (5) S. VD18 10348581. Es fehlt das gestochene Frontispiz. - Germanus Sincerus war im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert ein von mehreren Autoren benutztes Pseudonym und konnte für den Verfasser dieser Schrift nicht aufgeklärt werden. In seinem Vorbericht bezeichnet er sich als "Ordinarius", der seit vielen Jahren Patienten "bedient". Durchaus modern mutet seine Warnung vor übertriebener Selbstmedikation an: "Ich warne aber einen jeden sehr wohlmeynend vor der pharmaco-mania, daß man nicht täglich den medicinischen Kasten besuche, und beym jeden leichten Zufalle, sogleich Arzney gebrauche, als wodurch der Sensus vitalis internus obtundiret, mithin die Natur schläfrig gemacht wird, daß also mit der Zeit gar keine Medicin mehr anschlagen würde" (Vorbericht, letzte S.). Derselbe Autor brachte später ein umfangreicheres "Medicinische Handbüchlein für Stadt- und Landwundärzte" ebenfalls bei Rieger heraus, möglicherweise eine Erweiterung mit abgeändertem Titel. - Einband abgegriffen und etwas fleckig, Ecken leicht bestoßen. Innen kleiner Flüssigkeitsfleck auf den ersten und letzten Seiten im unteren Außenrand. Kleiner verblasster Stempel auf dem Titel. Tafel mit Knickspuren.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke [Germany]
2017-08-28 14:02:44
DIDEROT D’ALEMBERT Blason ou art héraldique. Genève (Pellet) 1777 In-4°, (28 x 21 cm), illustré de 33 planches H.T., dont 18 en double page (42 x 28 cm) et une en triple page (65 x 50 cm), généalogie de Louis XVI. +/- 700 figures de blasons et armes insignes, figures etc. Gravé par Bernard. Tiré de la grande encyclopédie, bon état intérieur, brochage d’attente. Paypal accepté uniquement pour l’étranger, merci de votre compréhension. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie PERRAUD [Antibes, France]
2017-08-28 13:49:47
Lorry, A.C. de
Tractatus de morbis cutaneis, Parijs, Cavelier, 1777, 4o, 16 +704 + ( 4 ) pag., half leather [ first modern textbook on dermatology ]
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-28 10:04:41
LE-BLOND, Abate.
D. Joachin Ibarra, Madrid, 1777. 170x110mm, XX - 259 paginas + 2 hojas, con 5 planchas b/n plegable y 17 tablas tambien plegables, encuadernacion marmol lleno de la epoca. Floretes et etiqueta de titulo dorado en espalda a nervios. Bordes rojos. Platos liviamente rasgados en algunos lugares. Inscriptiones manuscritas en la parte superiorio de la pagina de guardia y en la pagina de medio titulo. Interior en bueno estado.
Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis [Russy, FR, Switzerland]
2017-08-24 20:22:53
Andrea Palladio;Pierre Le Muet
Used [Publisher: Palala Press] 1777
2017-08-24 19:49:55
First edition. 2 vols. Large folding engraved map of the South Pole. 4to. Contemporary hatched russia rebacked, with red morocco label to spines; title page of vol. I being a cancel mounted on the stub of the fourth leaf. xx, 601, [2]; [iv], 607pp. London,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-08-24 13:53:55
London Adamson -89, 1777. Kl.-8°. Brosch. Fadenheftung. Teilw. unbeschn. u. unaufgeschn. Ex. Umschl. angeschmutzt, m. Sign. u. teilw. beschäd. Barbier III, 253b. Graesse I, 27. Die v. Bachaumont gegründete Exilzeitschrift griff auf 29 sehr gut informierte Persönlichkeiten zurück, darunter Bernis, Mirabeau, Caylus, Helvétius, Marivaux, etc. Obwohl sie mehrere Skandale am Hofe u. in d. Justiz aufdeckte, schaute d. Polizei so bereitwillig weg, daß die Verkaufszahlen "unter d. Ladentisch" beträchtlich waren. - VOL. 6, 10, 21-22, 24 AUCH EINZELN ERHÄLTLICH! Sprache: Französisch
Bookseller: Zentralantiquariat Leipzig GmbH [Leipzig, Germany]
2017-08-24 10:56:50
ANDREW, Jonathan
Near Fine. Small holograph document. 6.5" x 2". Tear repaired on verso with glassine, else near fine. In full: "Salem, April 1777. Rec. of Mr. Abr[aha]m. Watson Treasurer of the Committee of Safety etc. three shillings for assisting in removing the House furniture of Will[ia]m. Browne, Esq. Jon[atha]n. Andrew." Docketed on verso. The furniture was removed from the home of William Browne, Royalist Judge in the Massachusetss Superior Court. He evacuated from Boston with Howe in 1776. The Massachusetts legislature banished him from the state in 1778. He served as Royal Governor of Bermuda from 1781-1788. Jonathan Andrew served at Bunker Hill; Abraham Watson, of the Committee of Safety, was Anmdrew's father-in-law.
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-08-24 09:06:07
Lotter C.T., 1717-1777
Lotter C.T., 1717-1777. Naumburg-Zeitz, anno 1770, Karte+Ansicht, Lotter C.T. Episcopatus Numburgensis et Cizensis delineatio geographica ; adjectis præfecturis Portensi, Pegaviensi, Tautenburg. et finitimis ; cum privileg. S. reg. polon. et elect. saxon ; cura Matth. Seutteri, geogr. cæs. ; Tob. Conr. Lotter Blattmaß: 55x66 cm., sehr schönes Verlagskolorit, nur gering gebräunt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-08-24 09:06:07
Lotter C.T., 1717-1777
Lotter C.T., 1717-1777 - Delitzsch/Bitterfeld/Zörbig, 1760, Karte, Lotter T.C. Seutter, Georg Matthaeus, hier von Lotter T.C.: Descriptio Geographica Praefecturarum Doelitsch, Bitterfeld, Zoerbig : Cum Privil. S. Reg. Polon. et Elect. Saxon. / edita cura studioque Matthaei Seutteri Geogr. Caesar. Tob. Conr. Lotter sculps. - Karte der Ämter Delitzsch, Bitterfeld und Zörbig. Blattmaß: 55x66 cm., sehr schönes, zeitgenössisches Flächenkolorit. gering gebräunt, min. Randläsuren [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
2017-08-22 17:37:48
Wraxall, N.
256 pag., original boards. Translated from the original English edition. Zeldzaam, slecht 1 ex. in STCN.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-22 15:16:38
Salomon Geßner
Zürich, Orell, Geßner, Fueßlin und Comp. 1774-1777. 268 S.; 274 S. 1 Bl. und 224 S. mit 3 gestochenen Titelkupfern und zahlreichen Vignetten im Text. Halblederband der Zeit mit Rückenschildchen und floraler Rückenvergoldung. - Erste Ausgabe. - Wichtige von Geßner überarbeitete Ausgabe der Schriften. In Band III erste maßgebliche Revision der Idyllen. - Vorsätze und erste Seiten etwas leimschattig, sonst praktisch fleckenfreies Exemplar. Hinterer Innendeckel mit kleiner Buchhändlermarke "Gunnar A. Kaldewey". - Wegen des einige Jahre später erschienenen III. Bandes ist diese Ausgabe vollständig selten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Merz-Buchhandlung [Hannover, Germany]
2017-08-21 23:49:25
Gellert, Christian Furchtegott
8°: * 6 A-N 8 O 2 (-O2), gepag.: [12] 209 pp. Met op de titelpagina een gegraveerd vignet door L.B. en met 4 gravures door Jan Punt naar Jacobus Buijs, gedateerd 1777. Half kunstleer. Lit.: Noordhoek, Gellert und Holland (Amsterdam 1928); De la Fontaine Verwey, De illustratie van letterkundige werken in de XVIIIe eeuw (Amsterdam 1934) pp. 83-97; L. Buijnsters-Smets, 'Jacobus Buijs (1724-1801) als boekillustrator', in: Doc.blad Werkgroep Achttiende Eeuw 1984, pp 91-107. Mateboer 904/ 905 (titelpagina van 904, vingerafdruk van 905); Waller 591; Scheepers II, 416; Buisman 634; Forum II, 856 (1774), Buijnsters-Smets 38 (1774) Tweede druk van de nieuwe vertaling van Gellerts 'Zweedse Gravinne', geïllustreerd door Jacobus Buys. Voor Buys, die mét Vinkeles beschouwd wordt als de belangrijkste boekillustrator van de tweede helft van de 18e eeuw, was het een van zijn eerste illustraties. Voor Jan Punt kwam in 1777 juist een einde aan een roemvolle loopbaan als acteur. De laatste twee jaar van zijn leven verdiende hij zijn brood uitsluitend als graveur, een vak dat hij naast het toneelspelen zijn leven lang heeft uitgeoefend. De 4 platen komen ook wel voor in exemplaren van de eerste druk van deze uitgave, die in 1774 was verschenen.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-08-21 14:34:49
Capt Benjamin Haskell
February 22, 1777 letter written by Captain Benjamin Haskell, at Dorchester Height's Mass, to Captain Jonas Hartsell, of Lincoln, Mass. Haskell writes that he is creating the numbers for the general orders, and need to know if Hartsell plans to serve in the Army for the month of March, 1777. I send mr Thorning up to you to know if you will stay the next month. Pray be so good as to send him down early Monday morning, that I may know what to do. I must make this return by noon. Hartsell's reply was as follows: Brother Captain. I should be glad if you would send down a horse by Thorning for me to ride upon as I have obtained leave from the Col to leave the camp/ Jonas HartsellThis was in the Siskin collection of Colonial and Revolutionary War postal history and manuscripts. This letter was written one year after the British were forced out of Boston.
Bookseller: Bradford Dewolfe Sheff- Bookseller
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2017-08-21 08:10:21
Marmontel, J.F.
Paris, Lacombe, 1777. First edition. 2 volumes, half leather.Very nice copy in good condition. 338+380 pag. Illustrated with a frontispice and 10 engraved plates after Moreau le Jeune.B0248 .
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR [Netherlands]
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2017-08-21 04:40:09
LINNÉ, CARL VON [1707-78]:
1777 1777 - 14 vols. in 15 parts. Nürnberg: Raspe 1777-88. With engraved portrait and 121 engraved plates. Well-preserved copy with red edges bound in 15 nice contemporary halfleatherbindings with coloured labels and goldprint on spines. Bindings with minor blemishes, internally all white and clean. Plate no. 57B+C placed pp. 38 in vol. 8.1. Theil, Von den Palmbäumen und andern Bäumen, nebst eilf Kupfertafeln, 1777, [12], 798, [2] pp.2. Theil, Von den Bäumen, 1777, [6], [3]-548, [28] pp.3. Theil, Von den Gesträuchen, 1778, [2], 683 pp.4. theil, Von den Gesträuchen, 1779, [6], 709, [65] pp.5. Theil, Von den Kräutern, 1779, [2], 870, [1] pp.6. theil, Von den Kräutern, 1780, [6], 696 pp.7. theil, Von den Kräutern, 1781, [2], 584, [1] pp.8. Theil, Von den Kräutern, 1782, [6], 794 pp.9. Theil, Von den Kräutern, 1783, [6], 630, [2] pp.10. Theil, Von den Kräutern, 1783, [6], 381, [180] pp.11. Theil, Von den Zwiebelgewächsen, 1784, [6], 664, [16] pp.12. Theil, Von den Gräsern, 1785, [6], 810, [31] pp.13. Theil, 1. Band, Von den cryptogamischen Gewächsen, 1786, [6], 562, [22] pp.13. Theil, 2. Band, Von den cryptogamischen Gewächsen, 1787, [9], 565, [13] pp.14. Theil, Allgemeines Register über die in den sämtlichen dreyzen Theilen des Linneischen Pflanzensystems beschriebenen Gattungen und Arten nebst einem Besondern die denselben eigenen synonymen Erläuternden, 1788, [4], 614 pp. * First German collected edition. Krok pp. 427.Linné was a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist, who formalised the modern system of naming organisms called binomial nomenclature. He is known by the e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller [Denmark]
2017-08-20 20:52:05
LIGHTFOOT The Revd. John 1735-1788
1st ed, 1777, complete in 2 vols, 37 plates. In modern dark brown half calf with brown marbled boards, some blind tooling. Spines, raised bands, gilt tooling and titles. Internally, new endpapers, bookplate to fpds (Ashton Allis) text blocks sprinkled red, printed by B White, at Horace's Head, Fleet Street, London, some light offsetting. Vol 1, first two eps have been clipped at head (removing names?), additional engraved titlepage present with the Moses Griffith vignette, (xli), [1], [1], 2-530 pp, 24 B&W plates (including the eng tp, & 3 folding). Vol 2, with the additional engraved titlepage with vignette, [4], 531-1151 pp, [1], [24] index, 13 B&W plates (including the engraved plate and 6 folding), small tear repair to fep & additional tp at head, some occasional faint browning, light staining to first 4 leaves at head. A lovely set of a rare title. Or a Systematic Arrangement, in the Linnaean Method, of the Native Plants of Scotland and the Hebrides. (ESTC T68845. Pritzel 5318). A reissue of the 1777 edition, but without the addition of "Some account of the author of this work," by Thomas Pennant, dated Nov. 13th, 1788, which is sometimes inserted between a2 and a3. Pennant contributed the Class 1 Quadrupeds pages 1-66. Having traveled with Lightfoot during his second tour and voyage to the Hebrides in he summer of 1772. Lightfoot, Church of England clergyman and naturalist was the Rector of Gotham in Nottinghamshire, and Chaplain to the Duchess Dowager of Portland. See ODNB. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB) [Llandudno, CONWY, United Kingdom]
2017-08-20 19:27:12
Hume, David
Londo, W. Strahan and T. cadell, 1777. 62 pages, the plate with the portrait of david Hume is missing; privately bound in half leather [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Thomas Emig (privat) [Altlandsberg, Germany]
2017-08-20 19:21:22
HUME (David):
London: Printed for W. Strahan; and T. Cadell..., 1777., 1777. FIRST EDITION, first issue. Small 8vo, 159 x 96 mms., pp. [iv], iv, 62, contemporary marbled boards, new leather spine; short tear in fore-margin of half-title, issued without portrait, lacks final adverts leaf. With the small rectangular bookplate of John Sparrow on the upper margin of the front paste-down end-paper. The first issue of Hume's autobiography with the correct reading "myself" on page 27, line 3. Todd's "a" edition.
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books [United Kingdom]
2017-08-20 18:22:15
2017-08-20 17:20:21
Thomas Jones
Shrewsbury, Stafford Pryse, 1777. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. Original 1777 Shrewsbury Edition This Welsh English Dictionary and introduction to the Welsh language Shrewsbury: Stafford Pryse,Original 1777. Book. Good- Hardcover. 3rd Edition. 16mo. Also includes A British and English Herbal . Thomas Jefferson owned a copy of this and this book is a interesting American touchstone to the Prince Madoc or Madog ap Owain Gwynedd "Welsh Indians" story. But what is fascinating is Thomas Jefferson gave a copy of this book to Meriwether Lewis of "Lewis and Clark" fame to use in his search for the Welsh Indians!! This is a solid working copy. The 1777 Revolutionary War era covers which appear to be contemporary are present but not attached.A 2 to 3 inch piece of the top of last page is torn with loss along with bottom of right margin. The end papers are missing and the edges trimmed for binding. Tight complete text, except the mentioned piece of last page. Free of writing, No underlines. NOT a library copy. A rare piece of Welsh history and perhaps a American Lewis and Clark Prince Madoc mystery. Don't laugh no one believed in electricity except Benjamin Franklin. Three Geese In Flight reading what we sell since 1977. Fair+ .
Bookseller: Three Geese in Flight Celtic Books [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]

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