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        Nathan der Weise. Ein dramatisches Gedicht, in fünf Aufzügen. 2 Bl., 276 S. Schöner Halblederbd d. Z. mit Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Marmorpapiervorsätze.

      (Berlin, Voß), 1779.. . Erste Ausgabe des berühmten Schauspiels, im Mai 1779 auf Subskription erschienen. Anlass für die Niederschrift war der berüchtigte Kabinettsbefehl von 1778, in dem Lessing weitere Auseinandersetzungen mit der lutherischen Orthodoxie im Allgemeinen und die weitere Publikation von Fragmenten des Reimarus im Besonderen verboten wurden. Lessing, anstatt zu resignieren, wechselte den Kampfplatz und verwendete die Parabel von den drei Ringen, die er in Boccaccios Decamerone kennengelernt hatte, um in diesem klassischen Toleranzdrama sein aufklärerisches Credo zu vermitteln. Die Uraufführung erfolgte erst zwei Jahre nach Lessings Tod, im Mai 1783 in Berlin. Einigen Erfolg als Bühnenstück hatte das Drama erst nach der Bearbeitung durch Friedrich Schiller 1801. Größer als die Bühnenwirksamkeit, deren geringe Wirkung Lessing vorausgesehen hatte, war jedoch schon damals die Aufmerksamkeit, die die ostentative Postulierung des Toleranzgedankens hervorrief und mit der sich Lessing damals heftige Angriffe einhandelte. Kritiker verstiegen sich schon 1779 dahin, Lessing sei von den Juden für dieses Stück gekauft worden. Hier liegt ein Exemplar des noch unkorrigierten ersten Drucks vor, mit den bei Muncker genannten Setzfehlern: "Jntroite" auf dem Titel, Fehlpagination der S. 123 sowie der "verschlimmbesserten" Korrektur der Zeile 13 (statt 11) auf Seite 95 ("ein reichre Mann" sowie "Der reicher Jude"). Im selben Jahr erschienen zur Michelamesse zei weitere, in der Kollation abweichende Ausgaben mit der offenen Vossischen Verlegerangabe (Muncker "b" und "c"). Während diese beiden Drucke relativ häufig im Handel auftauchen, ist die vorliegende Subskriptionsausgabe von großer Seltenheit. - Etwas stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt, wie fast immer infolge der Papierqualität. Exlibris Johann Benedikt Elstorpff (teils entfernt). - Goed. IV 1, 451, 171. Muncker S. 458 f., Ausgabe a. Seifert 1009. Borst 387.

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        Kleinkind auf dem Arm einer Frau, deren Oberkörper ohne den Kopf gezeigt ist; links unten Detailstudie des rechten Ärmelansatzes, rechts unten einer linken Hand.

      - Schwarze Kreide, mit Weißhöhungen, auf braunem Papier. 14,6:14 cm. Provenienz: Aus dem künstlerischen Nachlaß. Vermutlich Studie für ein Kinderbildnis. Zum Broterwerb trat Resch auf Wunsch seiner Mutter als Tonarbeiter in die Meissener Porzellanmanufaktur ein. Mit wenigen Talern in der Tasche verließ er die Stadt, um in Dresden die Akademie zu besuchen. Er erwarb sich mit unterschiedlichen Tätigkeiten seinen spärlichen Lebensunterhalt, doch gelang es ihm dank seiner künstlerischen Begabung und auch dank seiner höflichen Umgangsformen, Verbindungen in hohe und höchste gesellschaftliche Kreise zu finden und erhielt den Auftrag, den sächsischen Prinzessinnen Zeichen- und Malunterricht zu geben. Daneben studierte er bei dem bekannten Zeichner und Radierer Fr.M.A. Retzsch (1779-1857) und erwarb sich malerisches Können durch das Studium der alten Meister in der Galerie. Er war länger als zwanzig Jahre der gefeiertste Porträtist des Schlesischen Adels und der vornehmen Bürgerschaft und bildete den geistigen Mittelpunkt des Breslauer Kunstlebens.

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        The Poetical Works of Sir Sam Garth with a Life of the Author

      Edinburg : At The Apollo Press, By The Martins, 1779, Hardback, First EditionProfessionally bound in full buckram with a gilt-blocked aniline calf label. Very impressively finished - a sumptuous copy with clear, clean text. Highly uncommon in such positive condition. ; 216 pages; Physical desc. : 216p. , plates : port. ; 18°. Contains his Dispensary, Epistles, Prologues, Claremont, Translations, Imitations, &c. Referenced by: English Short Title Catalog, ESTCT139896. Other names: Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669.

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        RACCOLTA DEGL'IMPERATORI ROMANI INCISI IN RAME FINO A COSTANTINO MAGNO. Cavati dai busti originali della Real Galleria di Firenze con un estratto il più interessante delle loro vite. Opera nuova. Con privilegio di S.A.R. il Gran Duca di Toscana l'anno MDCCLXXX.

      Nella Stamperia Allegrini alla Croce Rossa, Vendesi presso Pietro Pisani Scultore Veneziano Direttore di detta OperaCartella in formato cm.42,5x28,8, pg.100, contenente le quattro parti che compongono l'Opera. Sono contenute 50 brevi biografie di Imperatori romani, da Cajo Giulio Cesare a Costantino, intercalate dai relativi ritratti sciolti, in formato cm.46,4x32,7. Molto belle le tavole, incise da Carlo Lasinio e dedicate ciascuna ad un nobiluomo italiano del tempo. Queste le tavole: Tomo primo: Cajo Giulio Cesare (tavola dedicata a Orazio Rucellai), Ottaviano Augusto (Orazio Rucellai), Tiberio Claudio Nerone (Annibale di Collalto), Cajo Caligola (idem), Claudio Tiberio Druso (Giuseppe Sugana), Claudio Nerone Cesare (idem), Servio Sulpizio Galba (Guido Guidi), Marco Silvio Ottone (idem), Aulo Vitellio (Ferdinando Filippo Conte d'Harrsch), Flavio Vespasiano (idem), Tito Vespasiano (Giuseppe Manni), Flavio Domiziano (idem). Tomo secondo: Nerva Coccejo (Massimiliano Taddeo d'Egger), Ulpio Traiano (idem), Elio Adriano (Jacopo Tolomei Gucci), Tito Elio Antonino Pio (idem), Marco Aurelio (Conte Donato Agucchi Legnani), Lucio Vero (idem), Marco Aurelio Comodo (Agostino Dini), Publio Elvio Pertinace (idem), Didio Giuliano (Andrea Leone Betti), Cajo Pescennio Negro (idem), Lucio Settimio Severo (Conte Giacomo Spineda), Decimo Clodio Albino (idem). Tomo terzo: Settimio Geta (Giovanni Nicolao Frediani), Antonino Caracalla (idem), Marco Opelio Macrino (Orlando Malevolti Del Benino), Marco Antonino Diadumeniano (idem), Marco Aurelio Antonino Eliogabalo (Silvestro Aldobrandini), Alessandro Severo (idem), Giulio Massimino Trace (Tomaso Boscia Tommasi), Massimo (idem), Gordiano Africano Padre (Ferdinando Capponi), Gordiano Africano Padre (idem), Celio Balbino (Giovanni Giugni), Pupieno Massimo (idem). Tomo quarto: Gordiano Pio (Marco Zen), Marco Giulio Filippo il Padre (idem), Marco Giulio Filippo il Figlio (Conte Fioravante degli Azzoni), Trajano Decio (idem), Treboniano Gallo (Luigi Cotti di Brusasco), Valente Ostiliano (idem), Valeriano (Francesco Picedi), Galieno Idem), Claudio Secondo (Montanaro Bomben), Aureliano (idem), Probo (Filippo Bathiani), Diocleziano (idem), Costanzo Cloro (Montanaro Bomben), Costantino (idem). Nove tavole si presentano con margini ridotti. In fine, sempre sciolta, una tavola in formato doppio, cm.46,8x64,3, incisa da Pietro Pisani su disegno di Carlo Lasinio, raffigurante "L'Ara di Alceste aggiunta a questo R.Museo di Firenze l'anno 1779" e dedicata a Francesco di Colloredo Ajo. Coperta muta cartonata. Esemplare su carta greve, ben marginoso.

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        TRAVELS THROUGH THE INTERIOR PARTS OF NORTH-AMERICA, IN THE YEARS 1766, 1767, AND 1768

      TRAVELS THROUGH THE INTERIOR PARTS OF NORTH-AMERICA, IN THE YEARS 1766, 1767, AND 1768.  Jonathan Carver.  Dublin:  for Price, [et. al.], 1779, 1st. Dublin edition, (xx), xiv, 15-508 pp. ***  First Dublin edition reprinted from the first edition of the previous year.  Listed in Howes with the comment that this book stimulated curiosity concerning routes to the Pacific, later satisfied by Mackenzie and Lewis and Clark.  Carver also describes his experience of being captured by the French and their Indian allies at Fort William Henry in 1757.  With a folding map in front, and two (2) plates. ***  Bound in original brown calf boards, worn and rubbed.  Resewn and recased with new brown leather spine with gilt lettering and decoration.  The contents are clean and complete in a good binding.  The map has a small tear starting from gutter which has been repaired on the verso with archival tape. ***  8.5 inches high by 5 inches

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM ARTHUR LEE TO L(?).W. STOCKTON].

      Paris. June 10, 1779. - [1 1/4]pp. written on folded sheet, addressed on verso. Quarto. Some foxing. Very good. Arthur Lee, diplomatist and statesman of the Revolutionary and Federal periods, was sent to France in 1776 as one of three commissioners to negotiate a treaty with France and to solicit aid, one of the other commissioners being Benjamin Franklin. At the time he wrote this letter, Lee was commissioned to the court of Spain, but still resided in Paris. This letter is apparently a response to correspondence from Stockton concerning problems with an unnamed printer. "If some one had not been tutoring him, he would not have varied from his first account, & upon the whole I cannot but think M. Dumas knows more of it than he ought to do." He remarks: "You mentiond [sic] Mr. Sayre's arrival. I should be glad to hear, where he has been, what account he gives of things in the north, and what are his views." This certainly is a reference to Stephen Sayre, a patriot who was committed to the Tower of London for a time and afterward forced to leave England. He was then employed by Benjamin Franklin on some important missions and was his private secretary for a period. In 1777, Arthur Lee appointed Sayre secretary of his mission to Berlin, but the two had a falling out and separated. Early in 1779, Sayre went to Stockholm, then returned to Paris before going to Russia. In closing this letter, Lee conveys a letter of introduction for Stockton to use when meeting Col. William Fitzhugh in Maryland (not present here).

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        Einheimisch- und ausländisch-wohlredender Jäger oder nach alphabetischer Ordnung gegründeter Rapport derer Holz- Forst- und Jagd-Kunstwörter nach verschiedener teutscher Mundart und Landesgewohnheit. Nebst nützlich- auch lustigen Anmerkungen.

      (Johann Leopold Montag),, Regensburg 1779 - Zweyte, vermehrt- und verbesserte Aufl. Regensburg (Johann Leopold Montag), 1779. Gr. 8°. 7 Bl., 428 S. + 1 Bl. Druckfehlerberichtigung mit ganzseitigem Titelkupfer mit Wappen eine Jagdszene darstellend. Pb. der Zeit. Einbandkanten angeplatzt, vorderes Gelenk etwas gelockert, minmale Läsur des Titelkupfers mit kleinem Papierstreifen hinterlegt, insgesamt von sehr ansprechender Erhaltung. Heppe (1716-1791) war Forstinspektor zu Freihüls und Freidenberg. Bedeutendes Forst- und Jagdwörterbuch mit teils ausführlichen, kulturgeschichtlich wertvollen Anmerkungen. Lindner schreibt in Dt. Jagdschriftsteller, 208: " Christian Wilhelm von Heppe gewann als Jagdschriftsteller stärkeren Einfluß als sein Vater Carl. Sein einziges Werk, der Wohlredende Jäger, ist noch immer ein wertvolles und zuverlässiges Nachschlagewerk mit klaren und originellen Angaben." Einbandkanten angeplatzt, vorderes Gelenk etwas gelockert, minmale Läsur des Titelkupfers mit kleinem Papierstreifen hinterlegt, insgesamt von sehr ansprechender Erhaltung. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Iphigenie en Tauride Tragédie en Quatre Actes [Par Mr. Guillard, Mise en Musique et Dédiée A La Reine]... Répresentée pour le Premiere fois par l'Academie Royale de Musique le mardi 18 Mai 1779. Prix 24 livres. [Full score]

      Paris: Des Lauriers [without PN]. [between 1779 and 1792]. Folio. Full contemporary green vellum with mid-tan leather label with decorative border gilt lettered "Romagnat" to upper, edges colored in red. 1f. (title), 211, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. With blank overpaste to title with later manuscript note in pencil: "On a caché par cette [...] un nom [...] d'une personne qui a été guillotinée[:] Marie-Antoinette" (by this overpaste, a name of a guillotined person has been obscured: Marie- Antoinette). Labels to verso of upper board: printed advertisement of "Husson Marchand Papier" to upper left corner; "Ex libris Georges van Parys" (in the shape of a G clef) to center. Bass figures entered throughout: pp. 1-31, 164-70, and 174-end in pencil, otherwise in ink. Some moderate browning; occasional creasing and staining. . Second edition, first issue. Hopkinson 46A (a). Wotquenne 46 (pp. 215-16). Lesure p. 239. RISM G2816. "Iphigénie en Tauride was given on May 18, 1778, with excellent singers; Rosalie Lavasseur sang Iphigénie, Larrivée Oreste, Legros Pylade, and Moreau Thoas... The opera had a great success immediately, and even Grimm wrote of it - I do not know whether this is melody, but perhaps it is something better. When I hear Iphigénie I forget I am at the opera; I seem to be listening to a Greek tragedy, with music by Lekain and Mlle Clarion. It was the crowning point of Gluck's career. Guillard had provided an excellent libretto, more classical than Goethe's poem, less Christian and more ruthless; and Gluck had seized on the contrast between Scythians and Greeks, upon the perfectly dramatic figures of Iphigenia and Orestes, and had produced a work which both re-created a part of Greek tragedy and at the same time foretold a new world." Cooper: Gluck p. 258. While Marie-Antoinette is not actually mentioned on the title, she was the queen to whom the work is dedicated. Hopkinson describes a later issue with a new title without the dedication (46 A [c]). Georges van Parys (1902-1971) was a French composer of operetta and film music.

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        PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONVENTION BEGUN AND HELD AT CONCORD, IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, IN AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF CARRYING INTO EFFECT THE SEVERAL INTERESTING AND IMPORTANT MEASURES RECOMMENDED BY CONGRESS, TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE UNITED STATES, IN THEIR LATE WISE, SEASONABLE, AND ANIMATING ADDRESS.

      [Boston: Benjamin Edes and Sons, 1779]. - [3]pp. Folio. Folded bifolium sheet. Old fold lines. Light soiling and wear. Reinforced with silk at two folds. Some contemporary manuscript notations. Good. Matted. An account of the Concord Convention, that "includes a list of delegates for each town, the thirteen resolutions passed by the convention for controlling the depreciation of Continental currency through price regulation, and an Address to the inhabitants of the state of Massachusetts- Bay" (NAIP). At the time of the Convention, the colonies were embroiled in a financial crisis. The Continental dollar was depreciating rapidly, and it was becoming increasingly difficult for the state and national governments to supply the army. Local measures such as those illustrated here provided temporary stop-gaps, but it took sweeping Congressional reform involving creative debt funding to preserve the dollar long enough to win the actual war. A vital document in the history of price controls in Revolutionary America. ESTC records only seven copies. EVANS 16228. FORD, MASSACHUSETTS BROADSIDES 2175. NAIP w027879.

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        A full and genuine history of the inhuman and unparallel'd murders of Mr William Galley, a Custom-House Officer at the port of Southampton: and Mr Daniel Chater, a shoemaker, at Fordingbridge in Hampshire: by fourteen notorious smugglers With the trials of the seven bloody criminals at Chichester, by virtue of a special commission, on the 16th, 17th, and 18th of January, 1748-9, before Mr Justice Foster, Mr Baron Clive, and Mr Justice Birch Also the trials of John Mills, alias Smoaker, and Henry Sheerman, alias Little Harry: with an account of the wicked lives of the said Henry Sheerman, Lawrence and Thomas Kemp, two brothers, Robert Fuller, and Jockey Brown, condemned at the said Assizes at East Grinstead With the trials at large of Thomas Kingsmill, alias stay-maker, and other smugglers, for breaking open the King's Custom-House, at Poole, in Dorsetshire To the whole is added, a sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Chichester, at a special assize held there January 16, 1748-9, before

      London: printed for and sold by G. Robinson; J. Russell, at Guildford; T. Ford, at Southampton; J. Wilkes, at Winchester; . J. Breadhower, at Portsmouth; J. Grist, at Portsmouth Common; W. Stapley, at Havant; W. Lee, at Lewes; T. White, at Arundel; and P. Humphry and W. Andrews, in Chichester. 1779. 12mo., viii + 269 + (3) + iv + 26pp., with seven engraved plates, with generally pretty minor dust-marking or soiling, contemporary calf, neatly and sympathetically rebacked, with gilt lines and raised bands and original lettering piece. A good, perhaps very good, copy. A very scarce early edition (ESTC showing copies at only 5 libraries: BL + Brighton Central + Harvard Law + Huntington + Un. of Memphis. OCLC adding Michigan Un.). The main text (without the sermon) had been printed in 1749 but is known in a tiny number of surviving institutional copies. (It went on to be reprinted several times in the 19th century). The criminal exploits of the so-called Hawkhurst Gang of smugglers, ruffians and thugs was a colourful chapter in the mid-18th century story of the seemingly relentless battle along the Sussex, Hampshire and Dorset coasts between the smugglers and the Customs Officers. It has been often written about and many an inn or public house along the coast has gained financially from a genuine or pretended connection with the smuggling industry. It is said that the trials and subsequent executions of so many of the ringleaders in early 1749 dramatically reduced the activities of smugglers along the south coast. The seven engraved plates, comprising nine actual engravings vividly illustrate some of the atrocious crimes of which the men were convicted.

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        MANUSCRIPTS ,PROBLEMAS Y CALCULOS TRIGONOMETRICOS, ESFERA, ASTRONOMIA, MATEMATICA, NAVEGACION, ANTONIO MARI Y GORGOLL 1779

      1779 Palamós. 1779. 22X15. Pergamino y cartoné. 180Pág manuscritas de gran valor historico+12 bellos dibujos originales desplegables. Astronomia, navegación, matematicas. Manuscrito original de un Capitan de Marina. Raríssimo y espectacular. Ref 3.1 Biblioteca D.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        A NEW HISTORY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE Comprising the topography, antiquities, curiosities, produce, trade, and manufactures of that County Descriptions of the Principal Seats; Descent of the Manors; Genealogies of Families Also History of the City of Gloucester From its First Foundation to the Present Time With a Copy of the Domesday-Book for Gloucestershire, now first printed in the Language, and after the Manner of the Original Illustrated with a Map of the County, Views of Gentlemen's Seats, &c &c

      Cirencester Glos: Samuel Rudder 1st edition 1st printing, 1779. Hardcover. Good. Plates (16) [some later editions also had one more making 18 plates incl. the map] + folding map in facsimile. The plates are by Bonnor/Garvy, Hartley etc. + a few woodcuts in the text. Folio later half reddish brown leather with hand marbled paper sides the spine blind tooled and gilt (some scuffing/lower edge shelf rubbed but a neat, strong binding) x +855pp +lxiv + (the last 4 pages lxc-lxvii of the index are in facsimile). In this 1st printing, there is no Postcript to the Preface dated 1783 (as in later printings), and in this 1st printing leaf 345-6 has NOT been substited by 2 leaves as was done in 1782. Ex library with new endpapers, Cheltenham library label & Gloucestershire Archives withdawn stamp to free endpaper. All the plates have three quarter inch circular light purple library stamps to the blank backs and to each top corner margin except for the double page plate for Barrington Park which has NO stamps. The text pages have 38 of the same stamps to top margin mostly to the first half of the book. Most of the plates have been stub-mounted at the time of the rebind so as to help them lie flat when opened. Two plates have had tears repaired without loss, the repair done on the blank side, one had a paper break-through at the plate mark which has been repaired on the verso, again without loss. The titlepage has been mounted to repair some tears all without loss except for a small hole with loss of five letters which have been renewed in pencil. This title also has two cm. circular stamps. Overall still a very firm, crisp copy of a desirable illustrated work (N.B. the book is large and very heavy).

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        Iphigenie en Tauride Tragédie en Quatre Actes [Par Mr. Guillard, Mise en Musique et Dédiée A La Reine]... Répresentée pour le Premiere fois par l'Academie Royale de Musique le mardi 18 Mai 1779. Prix 24 livres. [Full score]

      Paris: Des Lauriers [without PN]. [between 1779 and 1792]. Folio. Full contemporary green vellum with mid-tan leather label with decorative border gilt lettered "Romagnat" to upper, edges colored in red. 1f. (title), 211, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. With blank overpaste to title with later manuscript note in pencil: "On a caché par cette [...] un nom [...] d'une personne qui a été guillotinée[:] Marie-Antoinette" (by this overpaste, a name of a guillotined person has been obscured: Marie- Antoinette). Labels to verso of upper board: printed advertisement of "Husson Marchand Papier" to upper left corner; "Ex libris Georges van Parys" (in the shape of a G clef) to center. Bass figures entered throughout: pp. 1-31, 164-70, and 174-end in pencil, otherwise in ink. Some moderate browning; occasional creasing and staining. . Second edition, first issue. Hopkinson 46A (a). Wotquenne 46 (pp. 215-16). Lesure p. 239. RISM G2816. "Iphigénie en Tauride was given on May 18, 1778, with excellent singers; Rosalie Lavasseur sang Iphigénie, Larrivée Oreste, Legros Pylade, and Moreau Thoas... The opera had a great success immediately, and even Grimm wrote of it - I do not know whether this is melody, but perhaps it is something better. When I hear Iphigénie I forget I am at the opera; I seem to be listening to a Greek tragedy, with music by Lekain and Mlle Clarion. It was the crowning point of Gluck's career. Guillard had provided an excellent libretto, more classical than Goethe's poem, less Christian and more ruthless; and Gluck had seized on the contrast between Scythians and Greeks, upon the perfectly dramatic figures of Iphigenia and Orestes, and had produced a work which both re-created a part of Greek tragedy and at the same time foretold a new world." Cooper: Gluck p. 258. While Marie-Antoinette is not actually mentioned on the title, she was the queen to whom the work is dedicated. Hopkinson describes a later issue with a new title without the dedication (46 A [c]). Georges van Parys (1902-1971) was a French composer of operetta and film music.

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        MANUSCRIPTS ,PROBLEMAS Y CALCULOS TRIGONOMETRICOS, ESFERA, ASTRONOMIA, MATEMATICA, NAVEGACION, ANTONIO MARI Y GORGOLL 1779

      1779 Palamós. 1779. 22X15. Pergamino y cartoné. 180Pág manuscritas de gran valor historico+12 bellos dibujos originales desplegables. Astronomia, navegación, matematicas. Manuscrito original de un Capitan de Marina. Raríssimo y espectacular. Ref 3.1 Biblioteca D.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        Iphigenie en Tauride Tragedie en Quatre Actes [Par Mr. Guillard, Mise en Musique et Dediee A La Reine]... Representee pour le Premiere fois par l'Academie Royale de Musique le mardi 18 Mai 1779. Prix 24 livres. [Full score].

      Paris Des Lauriers [without PN] [between 1779 and 1792]. Folio. Full contemporary green vellum with mid-tan leather label with decorative border gilt lettered "Romagnat" to upper, edges colored in red. 1f. (title), 211, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. With blank overpaste to title with later manuscript note in pencil: "On a cache par cette [...] un nom [...] d'une personne qui a ete guillotinee[:] Marie-Antoinette" (by this overpaste, a name of a guillotined person has been obscured: Marie- Antoinette). Labels to verso of upper board: printed advertisement of "Husson Marchand Papier" to upper left corner; "Ex libris Georges van Parys" (in the shape of a G clef) to center. Bass figures entered throughout: pp. 1-31, 164-70, and 174-end in pencil, otherwise in ink. Some moderate browning; occasional creasing and staining.. Second edition, first issue. Hopkinson 46A (a). Wotquenne 46 (pp. 215-16). Lesure p. 239. RISM G2816. "Iphigenie en Tauride was given on May 18, 1778, with excellent singers; Rosalie Lavasseur sang Iphigenie, Larrivee Oreste, Legros Pylade, and Moreau Thoas... The opera had a great success immediately, and even Grimm wrote of it - I do not know whether this is melody, but perhaps it is something better. When I hear Iphigenie I forget I am at the opera; I seem to be listening to a Greek tragedy, with music by Lekain and Mlle Clarion. It was the crowning point of Gluck's career. Guillard had provided an excellent libretto, more classical than Goethe's poem, less Christian and more ruthless; and Gluck had seized on the contrast between Scythians and Greeks, upon the perfectly dramatic figures of Iphigenia and Orestes, and had produced a work which both re-created a part of Greek tragedy and at the same time foretold a new world." Cooper: Gluck p. 258. While Marie-Antoinette is not actually mentioned on the title, she was the queen to whom the work is dedicated. Hopkinson describes a later issue with a new title without the dedication (46 A [c]). Georges van Parys (1902-1971) was a French composer of operetta and film music.

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        Fastorum anni Romani a Verrio Flacco ordinatorum reliquiae ex marmorearum tabularum fragmentis praeneste nuper eoffossis ..

      Rom, Benedicti Francesii 1779.. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz-Porträt, je 1 gestochenem Titel und Zwischentitel mit breiter Bordüre mit Illustrationen, 10 gestochenen Vignetten, 2 gestochenen Initialen, 1 gefalt. Blatt und 6 (2 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. 2 Bl., XX, 104 S., 12 Bl. paginiert 105-116, S. 117-143. Dekorativer HLdr. d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenverg. 41 x 29 cm.. Schweiger II, 1135; Nicht bei Cicognara. - Erste Ausgabe. Prachtvolles, der Kaiserin Maria Theresia gewidmetes, römisches Barockbuch über eine Schrift des lateinischen Grammatikers M. Verrius Flaccus, eine sakralrechtliche Kommentierung des römischen Kalenders, von der Exzerpte in den Praenestiner Fasten überliefert sind. - Etwas berieben. Schönes Exemplar!

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        Historia Corografica, natural y evangelica de la Nueva Andalucia, Provincias de Cumana, Guayana y vertientes del Rio Orinoco

      The best history of colonial Venezuela; a large paper copy. 1779. [Madrid]. Juan de San Martin. In large folio. 8 ff. + 482 + 7 ff. 3 plates & large folding map. Contemporary Spanish calf, raised bands to spine, tooled in gilt, red morocco lettering piece, slightly rubbed, else perfect. A fine copy in large paper, scattered foxing, a fine copy overall.An exceptionally fine and large-paper copy of the first edition of Caulin?s seminal work; the first general history and a fundamental source of information of Venezuela and its Provinces. Caulin (1719 ?" 1802) was a Franciscan Missionary, at a young age he travelled to Venezuela, where he dedicated his efforts to evangelizing the Caribes and Tomuza tribes -amongst others-, living with them, learning their languages and costumes. He participated in the expedition led by Jose de Iturriaga sent to settle the limits between the Portuguese and Spanish colonies around the Orinoco River, including Brazil. The considerable time spent in the region and positions he was appointed to, endorse him as a reliable source, "his descriptions are the most truthful which are extant" (Maggs, Bibliotheca Americana, 4730, 1926). Furthermore, his participation with Iturriaga?s expedition provided him a considerable working knowledge of the territory, its geography and hydrographical reality. The work begins by situating the reader in the geographical and ethnic context; bear in mind information on Venezuela was scarce; follows with his achievements, the evangelizing of the tribes? -both historical and contemporary to his missionary activity-, the missions, foundations and expeditions of colleagues to the jungle and finishes with an exhortation to Priests to predicate amongst the Indians. It is filled with details on the natives, their habits, natural history, missionary activities, precious stones, and the history of the colony and discovery up to the time of publishing. Caulin?s work is illustrated with an engraved frontispiece, three full-page plates mainly picturing natives and a large folding map; the map is a very fine one, executed by Louis Surville by order of Jose de Galvez, according to our research, only included in this work.This copy is one of the few in large paper, remarkably appealing, "There are copies of the edition of 1779 on large paper." (Sabin).Palau, 50407. Sabin, 11570. JCB (I), p.144. Medina, Biblioteca Hispano-Americana, 4893.

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        DONAUWÖRTH. - Geschichte der Stadt Donauwörth, aus Reichs= und Craißhandlungen, dann tüchtigen Urkunden.

      (Eichenberg),, Ffm., 1779 - 20 x 16 cm. 4 Bl., 92 S. Mit gestoch. Titelvignette. Erste Ausgabe. - ADB Bd. XXX, S. 378. Nicht bei Lentner und Pfister. - Vorgebunden: (Schrötter, F.F.), Unpartheyische Gedanken über verschiedene Fragen bey Gelegenheit der Succession in die von dem verstorbenen Kurfürsten Maximilian Joseph zurückgelassene Länder und Güter. Augsburg 1778. Titel, (7-) 144 S. Nachgebunden: (Sartori, J. von ), Historisch-rechtliches Bedenken über die Frage: ob der retractus equestris oder Einstand-Recht der frey- und ohnmittelbaren Reichs-Ritterschaft sich auf Lehen-Güter erstrecke. Frankfurt 1776. 147 S., 2 Bl. - Alle drei Drucke leicht gebräunt und wenig fleckig. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        "Das Baum-Cabinet und vormaliches Vogelschiessen zu Laxenburg. Ihrer k. k. Majestät Marien Theresien ... gewidmet - Le Cabinet des Arbres et le ci-devant jeu de l'Oiseau".

      Wien, Artaria, um 1779.. Bildausschnitt ca. 26,5 x 40 cm.. Nicht bei Nebehay-W.- Erster Etat mit Nummer 54 rechts oben. Ausserordentlich seltene Ansicht der Vergnügungsstätte im Laxenburger Schlosspark mit künstlicher Plattform und einer Vorrichtung zum Vogelschießen. Die Ansicht ist in den Artaria Katalogen von 1799 und 1805/1806 angeführt (siehe Schwarz S. 74 ff.).

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        Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière.

      À Paris, Hôtel de Thou, 1775-1779. - Quinze volumes in-8. Un portrait frontispice, 3 cartes dépliantes, et 314 planches essentiellement zoologiques dont une dépliante. Pleine basane d'époque, dos à nerfs joliment décoré de fers " à la toile d'araignée", pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge, tranches marbrées. Reliure très décorative, malgré de petites restaurations d'usage et les ors des deux derniers volumes passés. RARE ÉDITION publiée par Panckoucke, non mentionnée par les principales bibliographies comme celles de Nissen ou de Genet-Varcin et Roger. IMPORTANTE ILLUSTRATION GRAVÉE SUR CUIVRE COMPRENANT 321 planches hors texte. Volume I : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome I (1), 1775, 386-(2) pp., 4 planches hors texte, soit : 2 cartes dépliantes et 2 planches numérotées 1 à 2. - Volume II : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome I (2), 1775, (4)-254 [chiffrées 387 à 640]-(2 dont la dernière blanche) pp., 7 planches hors texte numérotées 3 à 9. - Volume III : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome II (1), 1775, (4)-275-(1) pp., 1 planche hors texte numérotée I. - Volume IV : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome II (2), 1775, 300 [chiffrées 277 à 576]-(2 dont la dernière blanche) pp., 42 planches hors texte, soit 41 numérotées 2 à 42 et une dépliante non numérotée (la 22 placée avant la 12, la 33 en fin du vol. fait partie du tome V). - Volume V : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome III (1), 1775, (4)-266-(2) pp., 42 planches hors texte numérotées 1 à 42, à quoi s'ajoute une seconde planche n° 40 dans une version différente demeurée inachevée (la panthère n° 33 se trouve en fin du tome précédent). - Volume VI : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome III (2), 1775, (4)-292 [chiffrées 267 à 558]-(2) pp., 35 planches hors texte numérotées 43 à 76 avec 2 planches différentes numérotées 67, la planches n° 43 mal numérotées 45 (la 74 se trouve en fin du VIII). - Volume VII : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome IV (1), 1775, (4)-252 pp., 39 planches hors texte numérotées 1 à 39, la planche n° 37 mal numérotées 3. - Volume VIII : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière, tome IV (2), 1775, (4)-222 [chiffrées 253 à 474]-(2) pp., 37 planches hors texte, soit 36 numérotées 40 à 75 et une non numérotée reliée à la fin. - Volume IX : Histoire naturelle des oiseaux, tome I, 1775, xxiv-326-(2) pp., 30 planches hors texte numérotées I à XXX. - Volume X : Histoire naturelle des oiseaux, tome II, 1775, (2)-313 [chiffrées 327 à 639]-(1 blanche) pp., 26 planches hors texte numérotées XXXI à LVI. - Volume XI : Histoire naturelle des oiseaux, tome III, 1775, (4)-412 [mal chiffrées 12] pp., 31 planches hors texte numérotées I à XIX et I à XII. - Volume XII : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière [.] Supplément, tome I (1), 1774, 400 pp., portrait-frontispice et 16 planches hors texte numérotées I à XV et 16. - Volume XIII : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière [.] Supplément, tome I (2), 1776, 400-xxxv-(1) pp., sans planche. - Volume XIV : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière [.] Supplément, tome II (1), 1779, (4)-210-(2)-180 pp., 6 planches hors texte numérotées 1 à 6. - Volume XV : Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière [.] Supplément, tome II (2), 1779, (4)-375 pp., une carte dépliante hors texte non numérotée, 2 planches numérotées 1 et 2. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Breve descripcion de las solemnes exequias que en los dias 25 y 26 de junio de este año de 1779 se celebraron en la Santa Iglesia Catedral de Mexico al Excmô. señor baylio Fr. don Antonio Maria de Bucareli y Ursua

      Mexico: Por D. Felipe de Zúñiga y Ontiveros Small 4to. [4], 32, [2], 23, [3], 42 pp., engr. port.. 1779 Viceroy Bucareli was one of the best to serve in Mexico in the 18th century and the observances at this death were extended and significant. This work, which prints three of the orations, has also has the distinction of having => one of the finest full-page copper engravings executed in Mexico for such a work. The artist was Manuel Villavicencio. Contemporary plain wrappers, dust-soiled, with bug-spotting in upper inner area of title-page; engraving and pp. 1–4 laid in, clearly supplied from a different copy as proved by worming and page size. Else nice, clean and with strong stitching.

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        Delle antichità giudaiche - Storia della guerra giudaica. Tradotta dal greco e illustrata con note dall?Abate Francesco Angiolini piacentino, in 7 voll.

      in 8° (cm 20,5x13), pp. XIX, 1 b., 341; 392; 410; 456; 136, 81 (Vita di G. F. scritta da lui medesimo), 1 b., 299 (Dell?Antichità de? Giudei contro Apione); 384; 364; leg. coeva p / pelle con tit. in oro su tass. ai ds., tagli spruzz.; ?Collana degli Antichi Storici Greci volgarizzati?, con 11 tavv., nella 1^ opera, tra cui grande tav. della Palestina rip., e 4 tavv. nella 2^ di cui 3 ripiegate. Ottima ed accurata edizione particolarmente completa sulla storia del popolo ebraico. Cfr. Gamba, 2270 che cita l'ediz. del 1779 / 80. Alcuni forellini di tarlo ai ds. e qc. piccola sbucc. alle leg. ma solidi voll. 155 / 29 154

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        Topographie oder kurze Beschreibung desjenigen Distrikts der bayerischen Lande,

      Wien, Kutzböck, 1779. - welchen das durchlauchtigste Erzhaus von Österreich Kraft der mit Kurpfalz zu Teschen geschlossenen Konvention in Besitz genommen hat. Mit XXI Kupferstichen und einer Karte versehen. Mit gestochener Titelvignette, 3 Textvignetten, 21 doppelblattgroßen Ansichten in Kupferstich, 1 gefaltete kolorierte Karte, 8 Blatt, 64 Seiten, 12 Blatt, Lederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 26 x 20,5 cm, Einband etwas berieben, mit gestochenem Ex Libris „Joanne Joseph S.R Comes de Thun", Titel verso mit dem Stempel der ehemaligen „Tetschner Bibliothek", innen sauber, gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Historisch-Topographische Beschreibung des 1779 von Bayern an Österreich abgetretenen Innviertels. Mit den bereits im 3. Teil der von Michael Weining herausgegebenen „Historico-topographica descriptio" publizierten Ansichten des Innviertels ist das vorliegende Werk ein schönes Beispiel einer topographischen Monographie des ausgehenden 18. Jahrhunderts. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cases Which have been determined by the Judges Relative to the Duties on Houses and Windows, on Servants and on Inhabited Houses

      Printed in the year MDCCLXX1X 1779 - First Edition, sm8vo. (pagination U1 - Xx, titlepage, half-title, pagination starting at page 149 to 318 + xx), original light blue plain paper wrappers, No copy of this edition listed in ESTC, the only edition listed in ESTC T6633 dated three years later 1782 of which only one copy recorded, British Library. Both this copy and the British Library copy have a similar number of pages. This copy is bound in original paper wrappers and appears to be complete in itself with half-title and title-page. The pagination would suggest that this could be part of a larger work but we cannot find this included in any larger work in ESTC. The window tax was a glass tax which was a significant social, cultural and architectural force in the kingdoms of England, Scotland and then Great Britain during the 17th and 18th centuries. Some houses from the period can be seen to have bricked up window spaces (ready to be glazed at a later date) as a result of the tax. Some allege that the term "daylight robbery" originated from this tax. This work appears to be complete in itself with half-title and titlepage. Spine worn and torn but stitching tight, wrappers foxed and corners of wrappers a little worn, corner of one leaf creased but text clean. Exceedingly rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        MEMORIAS SOBRE LA PÚRPURA DE LOS ANTIGUOS, RESTAURADA EN ESPAÑAque de orden de la Real Junta General de Comercio y Moneda se dan al público.

      Madrid 1779 - Continuación del titulo: trata de su hallazgo, antiguedad, progresos, estimación, decadencia, y olvido, y del modo como puede restablecerse y aprovecharse en las costas de la Península y demas dominios de S.M. por medio de las varias conchas, granos y gusanos de mar, que la suministran, y de los ingredientes españoles que pueden facilitarla en la lana, seda, algodón, lana de vicuña, lino, esparto, y otros vejetables todo para mayor adelantamiento y perfección de la tintura, e incremento de las fábricas, comercio y pesca (sin otras ventajas a favor de la pintura). Materia: Libro antiguo del siglo XVIII sobre la Púrpura. Tintes naturales. Pesca. Comercio. Publicación: En Madrid, En la Imprenta de Blas Roman, Año M.DCC.LXXIX. (1779). Descripción física: cuarto, 22 cm. Anteportada, portada, 2 grabados, 16 hojas, 86 páginas, 1 hoja. Encuadernación plena piel original de época decorada con ruedas en planos y nervios y dorados en el lomo. Conservación: Muy buen estado, encuadernación con desgastes. Papel limpio. Revisado completo. ESS1

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        The Speeches of Isaeus in Causes Concerning the Law of Succession to Property at Athens, with a Prefatory Discourse, Notes Critical and Historical, and a Commentary

      London: Printed by J. Nichols, For E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry, 1779. Modern 1/4 calf, some foxing and embrowning, a good copy; with eleven plates, one folding Only edition of Jones' first treatise on law, praised by Burke and Gibbon and establishing his reputation as a legal scholar, providing the first English translation of Isaeus, "the first master of strict forensic argument

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        PIANI PARCELLARJ ESTRATTI DAL TIPO GENERALE DEI BENI STABILI DELL'ECCELLENTISSIMO MARCHESE FRANCESCO MARIA DORIA QM. BRANCALEONE SITUATI NEI DISTRETTI DI QUARTO, QUINTO, APPARIZIONE E MONTE DI FASCE, COMPILATO NELL'ANNO 1779 DALL'INGEGNERE GIUSEPPE FERRETTO. Quaderno comprendente otto terrilogi originali, in grande formato, colorati a mano.

      Quaderno in formato cm.61,5x42, composto da 10 carte compilate solo al recto. Alcuni minimi forellini. Alla prima carta compare l'intestazione, alle successive sono disegnati a mano svariati appezzamenti di terreno ubicati nel territorio genovese: N°1) Villa del Palazzo; San Giovanni Battista di Quarto; 2) Oliveti diversi; Santa Maria d'Apparizione a sinistra del Fossato Penego; 3) Oliveti diversi nel distretto di S.Maria d'Apparizione; 4) Ville La Frugona in San Giovanni Battista di Quarto e La Mosciatura a Santa Maria della Castagna (a doppia pagina); 5) Oliveti diversi nel distretto di S.Maria d'Apparizione e in quello di San Giovanni Battista di Quarto; 6) Terre prative e boschive nei distretti di Santa Maria della Castagna e di Santa Maria d'Apparizione; 7) Prati nei monti di Fasce nel distretto di Santa Maria d'Apparizione; 89 Villa Sauli e Giulia nel distretto di S.Giovanni Battista di Quarto.

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        [Captain James Cook]

      London: J K Sherwin, 1779. Engraving, artist's proof copy 275 x 235 mm, mounted and framed. Very first proof copy of first separately issued portrait of Cook. A proof impression (before title, date and some letters) of the first issue of the first separately published engraving of Captain Cook.This famous portrait of the great navigator was published in the year of his death, though news of the events at Kealakekua Bay did not reach Europe until the following year. Now the trademark image of Cook as a result of its very many subsequent versions (Beddie lists an astonishing 284 entries for the Dance group), it was considered the best likeness at the time and is known, for example, to have been distributed to friends by his widow Elizabeth. It is a conspicuously rare portrait in this first version. The engraving is based on Nathaniel Dance's original portrait, commissioned by Joseph Banks, for which Cook sat for Dance in 1776, before sailing on his third voyage. The painting is today in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Dance, one of the greatest of British history painters and a founding member of the Royal Academy, shows Cook wearing captain's full-dress uniform and holding his own chart of the Southern Ocean: the caption "New Holland" can clearly be discerned in the engraving.This extremely rare proof was pulled before the image had been titled and dated, and before the usual pinxit and sculpsit notes had been added to the artists' names; this state corresponds with an example in the Mitchell Library (it is item 3 in an 18th-century connoisseur's album entitled "Three voyages round the world"), while a subsequent state with the addition of the title is held in the Dixson Library (Beddie 3379). An earlier less developed form where the shape of Cook's body has been simply blocked out is held by the National Library (Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK10914/A and /B).

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        POOR RICHARD IMPROVED: BEING AN ALMANACK AND EPHEMERIS OF THE MOTIONS OF THE SUN AND MOON.FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1780.

      Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by Hall and Sellers, []. 1779 - [36]pp. including in-text woodcut illustrations. 12mo. Printed self- wrappers, stitched. Additional stab holes in blank gutter. Contemporary ink signature of Jacob Brickets in margins of titlepage and p.[36]. Small portion of titlepage lacking (about an inch square) repaired with missing portion corrected in manuscript. Outer leaves lightly soiled, else clean and very good. Revolutionary War-era Poor Richard's almanac, containing a list of "Reflections on different Subjects of Morality" and numerous other aphorisms, anecdotes, and medicinal recipes. Woodcuts illustrating the different signs of the zodiac accompany each month of the almanac. The illustration, "The Anatomy of Man's Body, as govern'd by the Twelve Constellations," appears on p.[5]. DRAKE 10100. EVANS 16517. NAIP w021198.

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        Theorie der Gartenkunst.

      M.G. Weidmanns Erben und Reich,, Leipzig, 1779 - 5 Bände komplett Leipzig, M.G. Weidmanns Erben und Reich, 1779 - 1785. 25 x 21 cm. Ggpr. Original Halbleder m. 2 ggpr. RS., Band 1 in Vollleder. Gut. Einbände beschabt und gering bestoßen, Seiten teils braunfleckig. Lederrücken sauber mit Japanpapier verstärkt, Fehlteile behutsam farblich angepasst. Name von alter Hand auf Titel. Bei Band 1 mit abweichendem Einband und Seiten 153/154 mit einem Ausschnitt mit Textverlust und Verlust eines Kupfers. Das Blatt liegt in Reproduktion bei. Band 1 (1779): XIV S., 1 Bl., 230 S. 1 Bl. Mit 1 Titelkupfer und 46 Kupfern. Band 2 (1780): IV, 200 S., 1 Bl. Mit 1 Titelkupfer und 25 Kupfern. Band 3 (1780): IV, 251 (5) S. Mit 1 Titelkupfer und 57 Kupfern. Band 4 (1782): IV, 252 S., 1 Bl. Mit 1 Titelkupfer und 36 Kupfern. Band 5 (1785): VIII, 368 S. 5 Bl. Verzeichnis der Kupfer aller 5 Bände. Mit 1 Titelkupfer und 48 Kupfern. Dochnahl 71. Saubere Ausgabe des "berühmtesten deutschen Gartenbuches der Zeit. Kupfertafeln nach Schuricht, Zingg etc. von Crusius, Geyser, Liebe u. a. gestochen. Alle Kupfer mit der erwähnten Ausnahme komplett. Das fünfbändige Werk ist der erste Versuch in deutscher Sprache dem gartenbaulichen Umbruch der Zeit eine unter dem Begriff "Gartenkunst" zusammenfassende künstlerische Dimension zuzugestehen. Der Idealgarten wendet sich ausschließlich der Natur zu und somit gegen die repräsentative Formalität des französischen und den barocken Überschwang des italienischen Gartens. Weniger eine eigene "Gartentheorie", befasst sich das Werk mit den Eigenschaften des Gartens unter Betonung der künstlerischen aber auch oft künstlichen Komponenten. So beschäftigt sich der 3. Band ausschließlich mit architektonischem Beiwerk und auch ansonsten findet weniger die Gestaltung, als die Ausschmückung Erwähnung. Dennoch hat dieses Werk grundlegende Bedeutung für die deutsche Gartenkultur zu Beginn des 19.Jhdts und deren weitere Entwicklung. Enslin/Engelmann 132. Sprache: deu Gut. Einbände beschabt und gering bestoßen, Seiten teils braunfleckig. Lederrücken sauber mit Japanpapier verstärkt, Fehlteile behutsam farblich angepasst. Name von alter Hand auf Titel. Bei Band 1 mit abweichendem Einband und Seiten 153/154 mit einem Ausschnitt mit Textverlust und Verlust eines Kupfers. Das Blatt liegt in Reproduktion bei. Ggpr. Original Halbleder m. 2 ggpr. RS., Band 1 in Vollleder. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L’Usurier". Der Wucherer.

      - Feder in Rot und Braun, grau, braun und rot laviert, links unten signiert „Göz Inv. et del.", im Unterrand betitelt, auf Bütten. 20,6:14,3 cm. Die untere Blattkante etwas unregelmäßig geschnitten. Ursprünglich Jurist und als solcher bis 1779 in Wien im Staatsdienst angestellt, betrieb Göz hier, wohl unter dem Einfluß von H.F. Füger (1751-1818), intensive Malstudien. 1779-1783 war er in München ansässig und malte dort Bildnisse z.B. von Kurfürst Karl Theodor von der Pfalz und dem Schauspieler F.L. Schröder (als Hamlet). Anschließend ging er nach Augsburg, kehrte jedoch 1785 vorübergehend nach München zurück und zog 1791 nach Regenburg, wo er verstarb. Neben seiner malerischen Tätigkeit war er als Graphiker, Kupferstecher sowie Schriftsteller v.a. für das Theater tätig, denen er auch als Direktor vorstand. Während seines mehrjährigen Aufenthaltes in Augsburg veröffentlichte er u.a. 1785 eine 100-Blatt-Folge Radierungen unter dem Titel „Excercises d’Imagination de différ. Caractères et Formes humaines". Wahrscheinlich handelt es sich bei dem vorliegenden Blatt um eine Vorzeichnung zu dieser Folge.

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        Reisen durch Brandenburg, Pommern, Preussen, Curland, Russland und Pohlen in den Jahren 1777 und 1778. Dritter und Vierter Band (von 6) in 1 Band.

      Leipzig, Fritsch, 1779.. circa 17,5 x 11,5 cm. Titel mit kleiner Vignette, 2 Bll., Pappe d. Zt.. Cat. Russica B 1042; Winkelmann 702; Estreicher XII, 507 f. Seltene erste Ausgabe, hier von den insgesamt 6 erschienenen Teile nur die in sich abgeschlossenen Bände 3 und 4. Dritter Band: Reise von Danzig nach Königsberg, und von da nach Petersburg, im Jahr 1778. - Vierter Band. Aufenthalt zu St. Petersburg, nebst dem Verzeichnis der kaiserlichen Gemäldesammlung. Beide Teile widmen sich eingehend öffentlichen wie privaten Sammlungen und Bibliotheken, die teils im Detail beschrieben werden. Der vierte Teil schildert auch das gesellschaftliche und gelehrte Leben in Petersburg und gibt dann auf etwa 120 Seiten ein Verzeichnis der 2080 Gemälde sowie einiger kleinerer Kunstwerke. Der dritte Teil beschreibt Danzig, Elbing, Königsberg und seine Bibliotheken, Memel, Mitau, Riga, Dorpat, Narva etc. Interessant ist auch die Schilderung der Universität Königsberg, wo der Gelehrte Bernoulli aus der berühmten Basler Mathematikerfamilie auch Kant trifft: "Dieser berühmte Philosoph ist im Umgange ein so lebhafter und artiger Mann, und von so feiner Lebensart, dass man den tiefforschenden Geist nicht so leicht bey ihm vermuthen würde...". - Nur gering gebräunt, etwas berieben, Ecken bestossen. Gut erhalten, Vorsatz mit altem gestochenem Wappen-Exlibris.

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        Casa de Cabrera en Córdoba: Obra genealógica histórica, dedicada a el Señor D. Fernando de Cabrera, Méndez de Sotomayor, Conde de Villanueva de Cárdenas

      - Córdoba, Juan Rodríguez, 1779, 29,5 x 21 cm., pergamino, 4 h. + escudo grabado por J. Ribadas + 558 págs. + 15 h. (Única edición de la mas importante obra genealógica cordobesa. Desarrolla los orígenes de los Ponce de León y la descendencia de numerosas familias andaluzas). ANDALUCÍA GENEALOGÍA CÓRDOBA

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        COLECCIÓN DE CRÓNICAS Y MEMORIAS DE LOS REYES DE CASTILLA (MADRID, SANCHA 1779 - 1787)

      Madrid 1779 - Materia: colección completa de la Historia de los Reyes de Castilla editada por Sancha en el siglo XVIII. Publicación: Madrid, imprenta de Sancha, 1779-1787. Comprende: Crónicas de los reyes de Castilla D. Pedro, D. Enrique II, D. Juan I, D. Enrique III por D. P. López de Ayala. 1779-80. 2 vols. 3 retratos. Crónica de D. Pedro Niño Conde de Buelna, por Gutierre Diez de Gámez. Historia del gran Tamorlan, y un breve discurso de G. Argote de Molina. Sumario de los Reyes de España, por el despensero mayor de la Reyna Doña Leonor, 1782. Memorias históricas de la vida y acciones del rey D. Alonso VIII el Noble, recogidas por el Marqués de Mondexar, 1783. 1 retrato. Crónica de D. Alvaro de Luna. Seguro de Tordesillas por D. Pedro Fernandez de Velazco. Libro del passo honroso, defendido por Suero de Quiñones. Copilado por Fr Juan de Pineda. segunda impresion,1784. Crónica del Rey D. Alfonso el onceno de este nombre. Por Don Francisco Cerdá y Rico, 1787. Crónica de Don Enrique el quarto de este nombre, por Diego Enriquez del Castillo. Coplas de Mingo Revulgo, por R. de Cota, glosadas por H. del Pulgar. Las mismas coplas glosadas por Martinez de Barros. Carta del levantamiento de Toledo en 1467, 1787. Descripción física: 7 vols. Cuarto (26 cm.) Encuadernación holandesa piel de época ricamente decorada con hierros en el lomo. Notas: Obra muy difícil de encontrar completa, en perfecto estado y con la encuadernación de época para los 7 volúmenes. Estado de conservación: Muy buen estado, papel muy limpio con amplios márgenes y de gran calidad. Encuadernación con pequeños desgastes en la piel y los cantos. Revisado completo.

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        Memoire Sur La Navigation Dans la Mer Du Nord depuis le 63 degre de latitude vers le Pole, & depuis kle 10 au 100 degre Longitud

      [4]+28+[2] pages lacking the map. Small quarto (10" x 7½") rebound in ¾ morocco & marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt, top edges gilt. (Sabin 22572) First edition.Rare account of travels into the arctic, most notably Nova Zemblya to the north of Europe. Twelve years earlier, Engel wrote his notable work on explorations on the other side of the Arctic Circle, Memoires et observations geographiques et critiques sur la situation des pays septentrionaux de l'Asie et de l'Amerique... Lausanne, 1765. Condition:Rubbing to joints and extremities; some minor staining and soiling within, hinge professionally repaired else a very good copy.

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        FeldzŸge des Vicomte Turenne Marechal-General der Armeen des Kšnigs von Frankreich aus den Šchtesten Urkunden.

      Leipzig, Weidmanns Erben und Reich 1779. - 4¡. VIII, 582 S. Mit gest. Frontispiz und Titelkupfer von Geyser und 18 gef. Kupfertafeln. Lederbd. d.Z. mit reicher RŸckenvergoldung (etwas fleckig und berieben, Kapitale und Ecken fachmŠnnisch restauriert). Die Tafeln zeigen Schlachten-Karten und Feldlager des Turenne. - 2 Bll. und 2 Tafeln mit Feuchtigkeitsspur, gelegentlich Stockflecken, insgesamt jedoch schšnes, sauberes Exemplar. Lang de

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        Les Amours Pastorales de Daphnis et Chloe. escrites en grec par Longus, & translatées en françois par Jacques Amyot.

      London 1779 - ( Ohne Verlagsangabe, als Verlagsort ist *Londres* angegeben. In französischer Sprache ) 2 n.n. Blätter, 182 Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 29 Kupfertafeln. Goldgeprägter Ganzlederband der Zeit mit umlaufenden Goldfileten, umlaufendem Goldschnitt und farbigem goldgeprägtem Rückenschildchen auf dem schmalen Einbandrücken sowie marmorierten Vorsatzpapieren, 8° ( 22 x 17 cm ). Einband etwas berieben, Ecken und Kanten etwas bestoßen, der schmale Einbandrücken zum oberen Kapital hin etwas angeplatzt und etwas ausgefranst sowie mit Rest eines alten Bibliothekschildchens. Innen längere handschriftliche Notiz in Bleistift auf dem Vorsatz ( entfernbar ), Besitzvermerk. Innen die Kupfertafeln mit kleiner handschriftlicher Nummerierung in Bleistift in der rechten oberen Ecke ( entfernbar ). Wenige Seiten gering fleckig bzw. gering stockfleckig, die schönen Kupfertafeln meist nur am Außenrand gering stockfleckig. Einige Seiten etwas angeknickt. Druck auf Büttenpapier. - selten - ( Gewicht 650 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Trials for Adultery: or, the History of Divorces

      London: S. Bladon,, 1779-80. Being Select Trials at Doctors Commons, for Adultery, Cruelty, Fornication, Impotence, &c. From the Year 1760, to the present Time. Including the whole of the Evidence on each Case. Together with the Letters, &c. that have been intercepted between the amorous Parties. Taken in Short-Hand by a Civilian. 7 volumes, octavo (195 × 118 mm). Contemporary calf, all volumes rebacked with the original spines laid down, new labels, single gilt panel to the boards, edges sprinkled blue, marbled endpapers. 30 very sprightly engraved plates by Wells, Golder, Grignion, Cook, Birrell and Collyer, after Dodd. A little rubbed at the extremities, front endpapers renewed in volume II, light browning throughout, heavier in some gatherings, and occasional offsetting from the plates, but overall a very good set. First editions, complete, originally published in seventy parts each separately paginated. "The genre of pornographic trial reports was fully developed in the late 1770s, a fact which is borne out by the publication in seven volumes of a special collection of interesting cases, Trials for Adultery … The editor remarks to the reader that 'conjugal infidelity is become so general that it is hardly considered as criminal; especially in the fashionable world'. In view of the many erotic and obscene prints contained in the seven volumes, the moral justifications offered in defence of the publication of the trial reports appear quite ridiculous, if not hypocritical. Mostly erotic, but occasionally also obscene, such pictorial material now became a standard feature of trial reports for the rest of the century" (Boucé, Sexuality in Eighteenth-century Britain, p.128). Although fairly near to the knuckle for a "legitimate" publication of their date, it is probably unfair to call the plates obscene, however "Miss Roberts sitting naked in Ld. Grosevenor's lap at the Hotel in Leicester Fields" may shade across that line. But who could resist "Lady Abergavenny & Mr. Liddel amusing themselves", "Captain Gambier and Lady Knowles habited in loose Gowns and toying together", "Mrs. Draper taking unwarrantable Liberties with William Pinfold", or "Mr. Wade & Mrs. Campbell discovered in a critical Situation by William Jenkins". The publisher has been described by Raven as "the enterprising Samuel Bladon, warehouseman of Andrew Millar, investor in newspapers, and accounting adept"; his shop "a noted repository of old plays, was singled out by book trade chronicler Thomas Rees for 'its affluence of dust and soot'" (Raven, The Business of Books: Booksellers and the English Book Trade 1450-1850, p.174). Starting operations in 1750, Bladon was responsible as seller or publisher for over 870 publications. Nineteenth-century armorial bookplate to the front pastedowns with some version of the Blake coat of arms, crest of a martlet surmounting a cap of maintenance, ermine turned up, motto "labor vincit omnia". Much enhanced by the presence of a small booksellers' ticket for "Des Forges De Luxe Books Milwaukee" to the front pastedown, gilt border slightly oxidised, but none the worse for that.

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        Letter signed ("Necker") to Joseph-Marie de Barral, acknowledging receipt of the Barral's letter of 10 May, thanking him for "the details it encloses", and sending his respects to "Madame de Barral"

      Paris, 1779. One page, in ink, in secretarial hand. Minor, light foxing. Framed, and accompanied by a mezzotint portrait by Levacher (framed), "Néker Ministre d'Ètat", (ca. 1797). Good example of the autograph of the famous Swiss-born economist and Louis XVI's Minister of Finance from 1777 - 1781 and again in the months leading up to the French Revolution, when he was caled back to the government to try to save the country from ruin. Interestingly, the letter was written shortly after the American Revolution of 1776. France's monetary support of the American cause (with Necker's strong support) in the midst of a financial crisis, became a major source of controversy, and none of Necker's efforts to keep the country afloat financially were successful. Necker's daughter was the famous writer, Madame de Staël.

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        A Voyage to New Guinea, and the Moluccas, from Balambangan; including an Account of Magindano, Sooloo, and other Islands .[Author Presentation Copy]

      Printed by G.Scott; and sold by J. Robson; J. Donaldson; G. Robinson [ London], and J. Bell, Edinburgh,, London 1779 - Performed in the Tartar Galley, belonging to the Honourable East India Company, During the Years 1774, 1775, and 1776 to which is added, A Vocabulary of the Magindano Tongue. Large Quarto. [320mm x 250cm] xxiii, 368pp 13p, [1] [1] Complete Copy with engraved Portrait after Sherwin, large folding map and 30 engraved plates and plans, most folding, many featuring coastal profiles accompanied by detailed charts. Presentation Copy to Robert Riddell 1780. Finley Bound later half brown morocco, gilt ruled, raised bands. [ before entering the service of the East India Company Forrest had served in the Royal Navy, seeing action in 1757 under George Pocock against the French in the Bay of Bengal. The year 1762 found him in command of a company ship, "from which he seems to date his experience when, writing in 1782, he spoke of himself as having been more than twenty years in 'the country trade', and as having made fifteen voyages from Hindustan to the East, and four voyages from England to India" (ODNB). In 1770 he pioneered the settlement at Balembangan at the eastern tip of Borneo and from here set out in 1724 in a native prahu renamed the Tartar accompanied by two English officers and 18 Malays. "In this unlikely craft he pushed further east than any of his company predecessors, eventually reaching Geelvinks Bay on the north coast of New Guinea. Hill 623. FINE UNCUT PRESENTATION COPY. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tables of Insurance on Ships and Merchandize, Shewing What Sum.

      1779 - Risks and Losses Walters, Thomas. Tables of Insurance on Ships and Merchandize, Shewing What Sum Must be Insured, To Cover Any Value from One, To One Thousand Pounds, Either on Commission, Or One's Own Account, So as to Receive, In Case of a Loss (After All Deductions) the Whole Nett Interest. Calculated at Every Premium from Ten Shillings to Sixty Guineas per Cent. London: Printed by the Author, 1779. viii, 104 pp. 55 pp. of additional manuscript tables. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary tree calf, rebacked in period style with lettering piece and gilt fillets, corners and repaired. Light wear to extremities. Residue from small bookplate to front pastedown, bottom of title page excised with no loss to text. Early owner signature to verso of title page, early annotations to foot of each leaf. Light foxing in a few places, interior otherwise fresh. A handsome copy of a scarce item. * "Insurance on Ships and Merchandize, is an Expedient devised for securing to the Proprietors their Interest in case of a Loss; but Persons Insuring the Cost only, without including the Praemium, &c. paid for Insuring, will be Sufferers; and that in a greater proportion as Praemiums increase. To such therefore who wish to be fully covered when they Insure, this Book will be particularly useful; the Tables therein being constructed with Accuracy will facilitate the dispatch of Business, as they obviate the Errors and Loss of time in making troublesome calculations on every occasion and alteration of Praemiums.": Preface. OCLC locates 2 copies, KVK locates 3. Not in Goldsmiths.' [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letter signed ("Necker") to Joseph-Marie de Barral, acknowledging receipt of the Barral's letter of 10 May, thanking him for "the details it encloses", and sending his respects to "Madame de Barral"

      Paris, 1779. One page, in ink, in secretarial hand. Minor, light foxing. Framed, and accompanied by a mezzotint portrait by Levacher (framed), "Néker Ministre d'Ètat", (ca. 1797). Good example of the autograph of the famous Swiss-born economist and Louis XVI's Minister of Finance from 1777 - 1781 and again in the months leading up to the French Revolution, when he was caled back to the government to try to save the country from ruin. Interestingly, the letter was written shortly after the American Revolution of 1776. France's monetary support of the American cause (with Necker's strong support) in the midst of a financial crisis, became a major source of controversy, and none of Necker's efforts to keep the country afloat financially were successful. Necker's daughter was the famous writer, Madame de Staël.

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        Geschäftsbuch / Hauptbuch / Debitorenbuch - 1779

      Handschriftlich 1779. Handschriftliches Geschäftsbuch / Hauptbuch / Debitorenbuch / Rechnungsbuch, evtl. mit sog. Doppelter Buchführung. o.ä. eines Großwarenhändlers / Kaufmanns / Kontorinhabers o.ä. Dieser war tätig im Bereich Norddeutschland, Hamburg, Bremen, Amsterdam und/oder bis Montpellier in Frankreich. Das Buch verzeichnet mittels Auflistung in sehr sauberer, strukturierter Form, unter Einsatz handgezeichneter, zu jener Zeit gebräuchlicher Handelszeichen Waren- und/oder Geld- und Kreditgeschäfte, recht oft erscheint der Name Jacob Ebeling, Amsterdam. Das Buch umfasst ca. 220 S. wovon ca. 190 S. beschriftet sind. Pergamenähnlicher Pappeinband, roter Farbschnitt, kräftiges, gutes Papier. ca. 1100 gr. Einband und Rücken etwas angeschmutzt, Schnitt kaum angeschmutzt, Seiten sauber, keine Beschädigungen, ausgesprochen guter Zustand. Kein Schutzumschlag Pappband 8°. Gut

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        Portal einer gotischen Kirche.

      . Feder in Braun, braun laviert, über Bleistift, auf Velin, auf dünnem Velin montiert, mit Feder dort umrandet und links unten signiert "A. Lange". 28:21,3 cm. Insgesamt nicht ganz frisch.. Der als Landschafts- Theatermaler tätige Lange gehörte zunächst zum Kreis des Wiener Malers J.N. Schödlberger (1779-1853). Nach seinem Umzug 1810 nach Lamberg arbeitete er als Dekorationsmaler am Theater.

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        John Adams' 20-year-old law clerk during the time he was defending the British soldiers accused of the Boston Massacre, William Tudor, delivers an Oration commemorating the "Bloody Tragedy" nine years later at the request of John Hancock and other prominent Bostonians

      Printed pamphlet: ?An Oration, delivered March 5th, 1779, at the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston; to Commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the Fifth of March, 1770, By William Tudor, Esquire,? 18 pages, 5.25? x 8?. Boston: Printed by Edes & Gill, in Court-Street. M.DCC.LXXIX. Signed atop the first page of the oration, ?Thos Jackson April 15 1801.? Each year since 1770, at a town meeting held in Faneuil Hall, a person was asked to deliver an oration to mark the anniversary of the Boston Massacre including Dr. Joseph Warren in 1772 and 1775 and John Hancock in 1774. William Tudor (1750-1819), Harvard Class of 1769, was one of John Adams? law clerks when Adams was defending the British soldiers accused of the massacre. Tudor began his own practice in 1774. From 1775-1777, Capt. Tudor served as the chief legal officer on Gen. George Washington?s staff at Cambridge and later in New York City. Lieutenant Colonel and later Colonel, Tudor returned to Boston in 1777 and resigned his commission in 1778. Some pages closely cut affecting the last letter of some lines. Soiling and minor foxing. Pages tied together with thread. Very good condition. [Evans 16500] Some passages are underlined and there are cross-outs and corrections. For example, in the phrase ?Cromwell granted their request ?" and became sole tyrant of three kingdoms,? Jackson, most probably, crossed out ?kingdoms,? replacing it with ?countries.? Referring to Sweden?s King Gustavus III, Tudor calls him ?so wise, so good a King.? ?King? is crossed out and replaced with ?Man.? The back page is numbered ?20? and the word ?Our? appears at the bottom right indicating that at least a twenty-first page beginning with ?Our? is missing. Printed inside the front cover is the text of a motion voted ?At a Meeting of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston? on March 5th to appoint a committee of seven including John Hancock to go to Tudor ?to thank him for the spirited and elegant Oration delivered by him at their Request, in Commemoration of the horrid Massacre perpetrated on the Evening of the fifth of March, 1770, by a Party of Soldiers of the XXIXth Regiment, under the Commander of Capt. Thomas Preston, and to request of him a Copy thereof for the Press.? Tudor?s March 6th reply is printed beneath: ?Conceiving that nothing short of Impossibility ought to dispense with that prompt Obedience which Individuals owe to the public Voice, this Oration was composed and delivered in Sickness: In the same sentiment I consent to the Publication of it.?

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        Anticipation Continued. Containing the substance of the Speech Intended to be delivered from the T---------e to Both H-----s of P--r---m---t, on the Opening of the ensuing Session. To which is added A Sketch of the Debate which will take place in the H---e of L--ds on the motion for an Address and Amendment

      London: Printed for the Editor; and sold by J. Bew, 1779. First edition. Pp. [iii]-57. Lacking half-title. 1 vols. 8vo. Red morocco-backed green cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Rubbed, some light spotting. Bookplate of John Carter Brown, ex-library with stamp on title, else very good. First edition. Pp. [iii]-57. Lacking half-title. 1 vols. 8vo. Financing the Revolution. A satire. Often attributed to Richard Tickell as it imitates the tone of Tickell's "Anticipation" published the year before. Purports to contains speeches made in the Houses responding to the King's speech on the war in America and his need for more monies to pay for it.

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