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        Neustädter Rathaus mit Karlsplatz ('Prospect des Plazes, Bey dem Neustädter Rath=Hauss, oder des so genannte Viehmarckt in Prag. - Vue de là Place ou Marche aux Bêtes auprès de la Maison de la neuf=Ville a Pargue').

      - Kupferstich v. Johann Christoph Nabholz n. Jean Joseph Diezler (Johann Joseph Dietzler) b. Akademische Kunsthandlung in Augsburg, um 1780, 29 x 39 (Guckkastenblatt - optical view - vue d'optique - veduta d'ottica) (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Anecdotes of Painting in England ? [with:] A Catalogue of Engravers, Who have been born, or resided in, England

      Strawberry Hill 1780 - First editions. 16 plates (I); 25 plates (II); 37 plates (III); 22 plates (IV); and 9 plates (CATALOGUE). (Plus 4 plates of "Additional Lives in vols. 2 & 3). 5 vols. 4to. Rare set - complete - in a contemporary binding. Hazen & Kirby 10 Contemporary calf, gilt spines. Joints cracked but sound. Altogether, a fine set in contemporary binding 16 plates (I); 25 plates (II); 37 plates (III); 22 plates (IV); and 9 plates (CATALOGUE). (Plus 4 plates of "Additional Lives in vols. 2 & 3). 5 vols. 4to

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        STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS-BAY. THE HONORABLE HENRY GARDNER, ESQ....TO THE SELECTMEN OR ASSESSORS OF THE TOWNE OF...AN ACT FOR APPORTIONING AND ASSESSING A TAX OF FIVE MILLION SIX HUNDRED AND ONE THOUSAND AND TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS SIX SHILLINGS AND SEVEN PENCE [caption title]

      [Boston], 1780. completed in manuscript and signed by Gardner in lower margin. Minor soiling and splits along some fold lines, spotting and old repair in left margin, faint dampstain toward right edge. Additional manuscript text visible on verso, though illegible. Good. Expertly matted, and protected with mylar sheet. A scarce tax warrant blank form, here issued to the town of Newcastle, by Henry Gardner as treasurer of Massachusetts. 1780 was a difficult year in the financial history of the American Revolution. In May of that year two Connecticut regiments mutinied over lack of pay, while in October the value of Continental currency sank to 1/177th of its face value. Growing desperate for additional funds and supplies, the several states did what all governments do in similar straits: they raised taxes. This broadside grants sweeping authority to local Massachusetts governments to tax a variety of real estate transactions and property. Bereft of reliable demographic data, the act also calls for an accurate list of inhabitants and their "rateable estates." The effort was likely a failure. The tremendous population fluxes during the Revolution due to war death and Loyalist desertion made the statistical enumeration of inhabitants nearly impossible. At least four similar warrants were issued by Gardner throughout the year. Fittingly, Gardner was one of the first officials of the new government to draw his salary entirely from public revenue. Extremely rare. Bristol locates only one copy, at the Library of Congress. BRISTOL 5128. NAIP w018365. MASSACHUSETTS BROADSIDES 2260-2263 (ref). APPLETON'S CYCLOPÆDIA II, p.598. Cassedy, DEMOGRAPHY IN EARLY AMERICA, p.198. Greene & Pole, BLACKWELL'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, pp.818-19.

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        Account of the Russian Discoveries Between Asia and America. To Which Are Added, the Conquest of Siberia.

      Printed by J. Nichols, London - 1780, 2nd edition Revised and corrected. (Hardcover) Very good. xxiii,344pp. + [13]pp (index) + [2]pp. (publisher's ads). Quarto (23 X 28 cm.) Contemporary full calf boards. Spine divided into five compartments. Gilt decoration. Red morocco label. Outer joints with professional restoration. Four folding maps and folding plate. Armoural (Dacre) bookplate on front pastedown. A very attractive clean copy. Lada-Mocarski 29; Hill I p.71. While derived from other sources, Coxe visited St. Petersburg and did considerable research into Russian activities into the North Pacific & Bering Sea areas, collecting journals of Russian expeditions subsequent to Bering. "This work includes the main Russian discoveries and explorations made in northwestern America in their attempts to open communications with Alaska and the Aleutian Islands." - Hill. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        Gesamtansicht ('Die von den Spaniern bloquirte Vestung Gibraltar. - La Forteresse Gibraltar enferme des Espagnioles.').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Akademische Kunsthandlung in Augsburg, um 1780, 29,5 x 38,5 Dekoratives Guckkastenblatt mit Seeschlacht von großen Segelschiffen vor Gibraltar. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Very Rare 1780 Broadside notice of Ratification by Referendum of the Massachusetts State Constitution.

      Boston, 1780. 10" x 16". "Broadside: State of Massachusetts-Bay, In Convention, June 16, 1780. Whereas, upon due Examination of the Returns… it appears that more than Two-thirds of the Inhabitants thereof… have expressed their Approbation of the Form of Government. [Boston: probably Benjamin Edes, 1780]. Folio half-sheet of laid paper, one page, 10"" X 16"". Signed in type by James Bowdoin, President and Samuel Barrett, Secretary. Fold lines, light pencil notation on verso. Fine condition.Massachusetts congressional broadside announcing the results of the public vote to adopt the State Constitution, the only one of the 13 original state constitutions that did not require wholesale revision following the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.With the leading expert on constitutional law during the Revolution, John Adams, as its chief architect, the Massachusetts State Constitution replaced the colonial charter and served as a model for the U.S. Constitution-particularly in its strict separation of powers and system of checks and balances. “The process of constitution-making in Massachusetts gave life to what was then the revolutionary concept of ‘We the People,’ a phrase traceable to the Preamble of the Massachusetts Constitution of 1780 and, later, made famous as the inspirational first words of the United States Constitution” (Robert J. Brink). The full text of the Massachusetts Constitution first appeared shortly after March 2, 1780 from the Boston press of Benjamin Edes, a Son of Liberty and one of the organizers of the Boston Tea Party. Edes was the printer of the radical and influential Boston Gazette, which counted among its contributors John Adams, Samuel Adams and other leaders of the Revolution. This is the rare broadside announcement of public endorsement of the Massachusetts Constitution. While it bears no imprint statement, it was probably also printed by Benjamin Edes. Not only does it announce the formal adoption of the Constitution, but also declares an effective date for implementation, sets a date for convening the first General Court, and outlines procedures for electing the Governor, Senators and Representatives. The 1780 Massachusetts Constitution, though extensively amended, still serves her. It is the oldest continuously-used constitution of any state or nation in the world, and this scarce broadside announces its legitimacy. Evans 16846. Ford 2259."

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        LE MAJOR ROBERT ROGER [sic] COMMANDANT EN CHEF LES TROUPES INDIENNES AU SERVICE DES AMERICAINS [caption title]

      Paris: chez Esnauts et Rapilly, 1780. Light soiling. Very good. A rare French portrait of Major Robert Rogers, showing him in his military uniform with musket. This portrait is copied from the best known image of Rogers, produced in London in 1776. That image shows him from the knees up and looking to his right, a powder horn at his waist, and with three Indians in the background. In this French version he is looking to his left and is pictured from the waist up, and the Indians have been removed from the background. Rogers acted as a scout for the 1755 expedition against Crown Point, and in 1756 he became the captain of an independent company of Rangers. He made scores of raids against the French in New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, going as far west as the shores of Lake Huron. His exploits made him the most romantic and famous figure of the war in America. He published A CONCISE ACCOUNT OF NORTH AMERICA and the JOURNALS OF MAJOR ROBERT ROGERS in 1765, which brought him further fame and recognition. We can find no listings of this French portrait in OCLC, though there are copies in the Anne S.K. Brown military collection at Brown University and the National Army Museum in London. Those copies do not have the engraved number "126" within the plate mark, however, as does our copy.

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        Op. 3]. Six Quartettos for two Violins a Tenor and Violoncello with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord or Organ. Op. III. Price 10s.6d. [Parts]

      Longman & Broderip [PN 364] [1780-1798], London - An enigmatic edition, possibly unrecorded. Not in BUC, COPAC, RISM, WorldCat, or KVK. An apparent reprint of an edition by Johann Julius Hummel, Berlin and Amsterdam (RISM V371; [1780]), with matching key sequence, opus number, and plate number. The time frame is determined by the date of Hummel's edition and the imprint of the present publisher, which changed to Longman, Clementi & Co. in 1798 (Humphries and Smith p. 218). The RISM database lists various manuscript copies of all six quartets. The quartet WeiV 5a C1 was once misattributed to Joseph Haydn (Hob. III:C13).". it is clear that Vanhal was one of the best composers of the time – innovative, imaginative and original. He was also influential, but to what extent is difficult to assess. However, he unquestionably contributed significantly to music in Europe, and his published music, issued by many publishers, stimulated the public and the entire industry. His career, which led him from bondage to comfortable independence, reflects the influence of Emperor Joseph II and the democratic principles he espoused in Viennese society. Vanhal’s music, in turn, contributed to the development of Viennese musical style." Paul R. Bryan in Grove Music Online. Folio. Disbound. Violino primo: 1f. (title), 3-23, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino secondo: 1f. (title), 3-20, [iv] (blank) pp.; Viola: 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 4-9, [i] (blank), 11-22, [ii] (blank) pp.; Basso: [1] (title), 2-19, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Watermark "JKool." With figured bass.Contains:Quartetto I in E major: WeiV 5a E2Quartetto II in C major: WeiV 5a C1Quartetto III in F major: WeiV 5a F4Quartetto IV in A major: WeiV 5a A1Quartetto V in B-flat major: WeiV 5a B-flat3Quartetti VI on G major: WeiV 5a G3"No. 18" in contemporary manuscript to head of each title.Title of Violino primo part stained; occasional stains throughout; final blank leaves worn and soiled.

      [Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC]
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        De la Litterature Allemande; des defauts qu’on peut lui reprocher; quelles en sont les causes; et par quels moyens on peut les corriger.

      A Berlin, chez J.G.Decker, Imprimeur du Roi 1780 - 80 S. Marmorierter Lederband d.Zt. auf fünf Bünden mit Rückenschild und –vergoldung. Etwas berieben, Decken mit Schabspuren. - Erste Ausgabe (Goedeke IV,4,32; Leithäuser 427). – Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, etwas fleckig. Recht aufwendig gebundenes Exemplar von des Königs so berühmter wie umstrittener Schrift über den Zustand der deutschen Literatur und Sprache zu seiner Zeit. Sie zeugt von weitgehender Unkenntnis der tatsächlichen Gegebenheiten, ignoriert das Werk der LESSING, KLOPSTOCK, WIELAND, erwähnt von all denen, die heute als erste Höhepunkte auf dem glanzvollen Weg der deutschen Literatur in der zweiten Jahrhunderthälfte verehrt sind, nur GOETHE und nur negativ dessen Götz, preist stattdessen GELLERT, HALLER, CANITZ und hebt als gelungene Komödie, wie sie MOLIERE nicht besser hätte schreiben können, den Postzug des Österreichers AYRENHOFF hervor, ausgerechnet, da für die Berliner Literaturbriefeschreiber um LESSING, NICOLAI und MENDELSSOHN doch gerade die Wiener Bühne seit 20 Jahren beispielhaft stand für alles, woran die deutsche Literatur so lange krankte. Und während die Anerkennung der überragenden Bedeutung SHAKESPEAREs seit den Übersetzungen WIELANDs und ESCHENBACHs fast allgemein ist, nennt der König dessen Stücke „lächerliche Farcen“. Dennoch wirkte die Schrift letztlich förderlich. Zahlreiche Gegenschriften und Stellungnahmen trugen zu Reflexion und (Selbst-) Bewusstwerdung über den tatsächlichen Zustand der deutschen Literatur bei und belegten deren Aufschwung. Die Kritik des Königs an der Verwahrlosung der deutschen Sprache führte schließlich zu den Reformen im Bildungswesen, die KARL ABRAHAM VON ZEDLITZ, Minister für das Erziehungswesen, einleitete. In dessen Auftrag entstand JOHANN CHRISTOPH ADELUNGs epochemachende Schulgrammatik. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Prospectus Collegii Borromaei Papiae (ripetuta in francese).

      Bassano d. G., 1780 - Incisione in rame, coloritura originale d'epoca, 315x420 Le vedute ottiche edite dai Remondini a Bassano del Grappa verso il 1770-80, stampate per l'utilizzo nel Mondo Nuovo rappresentano a pieno merito la stampa popolare italiana: semplici nel tratto, colorate con poche tinte in maniera rapida e decisa, affascinano per la loro immediatezza e sono state oggetto di numerose mostre, raccolte e studi negli ultimi anni. Le vedute erano preparate per essere inserite nel Mondo Nuovo, dove i popolani potevano vederle illuminate e conoscere così le città del mondo. Ottimo esemplare con leggere tracce di sporco superficiali sui bordi e una piccola macchia superficiale sul cielo.

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        MIYAKO MEISHO ZUE: PICTORIAL DESCRIPTION OF NOTED PLACES IN KYOTO.

      [Osaka 1780, Yoshinoya].Blue stitched wrs., very good,covers. covers bit dusty, extremities bit worn, contents clean,solid. a 6 vol. set, complete, woodblock printed on hand-made. mulberry paper by Takehara Shunchosai flourished [1772-1801]. A MOST LOVELY ILLUSTRATED PERIOD GUIDE TO KYOTO'S SIGHTS A collection of famous views in and around Kyoto, the ancient capital. A lovely period guide to the Buddhist temples and shrines, the Emperor's outings in and around the city, his Royal processions, great funeral processions to Kitano Tenman temple, Buddhist ceremonies and musical rituals. A documentary on 18th century contemporary Kyoto life, the common people, Samurai, the Imperial family, New Year's celebrations, great merchant houses & activities. In volume 2, part 2 is a very fascinating illustration of three Hollanders visiting a temple. * Large numbers of onlookers cast astonished glances at the first Westerners to grace their city. Akizato also wrote SHUI MIYAKO MEISHO ZUE, a supplement to this title, please check with us to see if this is in stock, or request our full list of Japanese illustrated books. *** SEE US FOR THE SUPPLEMENT ITEM: We have separately listed the supplement to this title as our book # 240225. Please see it listed on our website, or ask us for more information. This supplement completes the first series of this title. *** BIBLIOGRAPHY: H. Kerlen. CATALOGUE OF PRE-MEIJI JAPANESE BOOKS...p.453 item #1065. * D. Chibbett: A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF THE PRE-1868 JAPANESE BOOKS...p.53 item #139. * L. Dawes: CATALOGUE OF JAPANESE ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, p.136. * C.H. Mitchell: ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF THE NANGA, MARUYAMA, SHIJO...lists a later edition on p.420. * L. Roberts: DICTIONARY OF JAPANESE ARTISTS, p.155 for biographical details on the artist Shunchosai. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        ANNO REGNI GEORGII II. REGIS MAGNAE BRITANNIAE, FRANCIAE, & HIBERNIAE, VICESIMO SECUMNDO. AT THE PARLIAMENT BEGUN AND HOLDEN AT WESTMINSTER, THE TENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, ANNO DOMINI 1747...AN ACT FOR AMENDING, EXPLAINING, AND REDUCING INTO ONE ACT OF PARLIAMENT, THE LAWS RELATING TO THE GOVERNMENT OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIPS, VESSELS, AND FORCES BY SEA

      London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, 1780. Small quarto. Full dark blue morocco, gilt, gilt inner dentelles; cover embellished with gilt-tooled Star, Garter, Royal Motto, and royal initials of King George III. Light wear to extremities. Multiple bookplates and remarkable provenance, as detailed below. Very good. In a custom clamshell box, gilt leather label. Two Acts of Parliament concerning the Navy and Naval Affairs which have been specially bound for King George III. The first act, passed under George II, explains and condenses several Acts of Parliament into one clearer and more manageable act. The second act, paginated continuously but with its own titlepage, is an act to explain and amend the previous act. We locate one copy on OCLC, at the Society of the Cincinnati. This work does not appear to be listed in the ESTC. This copy is remarkably of note due to its provenance. The binding is stamped with the arms and initials of King George III, tooled in the Star and Garter and topped with a crown. The front endpapers bear many bookplates, beginning with the bookplate of the Duke of Sussex, son of George III and the most famous book collector among his sons, with a clipping from the Sussex auction. Here it was evidently bought by his brother, the Duke of Clarence, and has his bookplate; a naval officer most of his life, he would have been particularly interested in the subject. Clarence later became William IV, and the volume passed to the First Earl of Munster, illegitimate son of William IV and his mistress Dorothy Jordan. Although he was treated well and made a member of the Privy Council by his cousin Victoria, the Earl killed himself in 1842. The volume was acquired by the 2nd Lord Stanley of Aderley, a prominent political figure and well- known collector. From the Stanley family the volume passed to another famous English book collector, Robert Hovenden, who made a fortune in the wig business and spent his profits on books. After him it was owned by Dr. Francis Gray Smart, another collector and antiquary. Sometime after Smart's death in 1913, the volume came into the hands of the great English collector Major J.R. Abbey, best remembered for his great bibliographies of English illustrated works (his collections now reside at the Yale Center for British Art). Abbey's penciled notes are on the flyleaf. This volume was sold with his remaining books and manuscripts at auction in the late 1960s. A wonderful volume with a truly stupendous provenance.

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        ACCOUNT OF THE RUSSIAN DISCOVERIES BETWEEN ASIA AND AMERICA.To Which are Added,

      London 1780, Nichols. Half leather over marbled boards, very. good, wide margins, untrimmed, some foxing, large engraved. folded map, 4 other folding maps, small folio, 22.5 x 30 cm.. recent binding, solid copy, [10p.] index, 4 of which foxed.. AN EARLY RUSSIAN MONOGRAPH ON CHINA & ASIAN EXPLORATION A very important source on Russian exploration and expansion into the Northern Pacific and the attempt to open trade with Alaska & the Aleutians Islands based partly on existing narratives, but also on the author's personal knowledge gained on a visit to Russia, during which he consulted with G.F. Muller and P.S. Pallas. "He also succeeded in securing additional material: for instance the narrative and maps of Krenitzin and Levashev's "secret" expedition, the first official Russian government expedition since Bering's 2nd expedition of 1741. He was able to secure this particular information, not widely known at the time even in Russia, from Dr. Wm. Robertson, who in turn obtained it through his friend Dr. Rogerson, first physician to the Empress Catherine II." Lada-Mocarski. * FIRST EDITION, with bibliography. * CONDITION: The book is solid, and complete, with occasional browning to the edges where exposed to the air, internally cleaner, uneven decle edges as issued. There is some minor foxing spots here and there, on plates, maps and text pages, 4 pages of index has some heavy foxing. * BIBLIOGRAPHY: Hill p.385, 392 Sabin 17309 H. Cordier: SINICA 2447 Forbes 134 Holmes 107 Lada-Mocarski 29n Lust: 170 [3rd. ed] Morrison: I, 198 [p3rd. ed] Taylor, Louise: CATALOG OF BOOKS ON CHINA IN THE ESSEX INSTITUTE: p.226 * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Veduta del Ponte delle Navi di Verona. (ripetuta in francese).

      Bassano del Grappa 1780 - Incisione in rame, coloritura originale d'epoca, mm 320x425. Le vedute ottiche edite dai Remondini a Bassano del Grappa verso il 1770-80, stampate per l'utilizzo nel Mondo Nuovo rappresentano a pieno merito la stampa popolare italiana: semplici nel tratto, colorate con poche tinte in maniera rapida e decisa, affascinano per la loro immediatezza e sono state oggetto di numerose mostre, raccolte e studi negli ultimi anni. Le vedute erano preparate per essere inserite nel Mondo Nuovo, dove i popolani potevano vederle illuminate e conoscere così le città del mondo. Buon esemplare con piccoli margini, piccoli strappi e sporco superficiale marginali.

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        \"Canalis majoris caput qua Venetias ingreditur.\" Blick vom Anfang des Canale Grande auf die Kirche Santa Maria della Salute links, vorne ein Gedränge von Gondeln, unten Inschrift.

       Kupferstich von G.B. Brustolon nach A. Canaletto bei L. Furlanetto, um 1780, 28 x 43,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. V, S. 151 (Brustolon) und S. 485 (Canaletto). - Der 1726 in Venedig geborene Kupferstecher Brustoloni wurde berühmt u.a. durch seine 30 Ansichten aus Venedig, die er nach Canaletto stach. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Italien, Venedig

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        A STATE OF THE EXPEDITION FROM CANADA, AS LAID BEFORE THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, BY LIEUTENANT-GENERAL BURGOYNE, AND VERIFIED BY EVIDENCE; WITH A COLLECTION OF AUTHENTIC DOCUMENTS

      London, 1780. Large quarto. Modern half calf and marbled boards. Some maps neatly repaired on old folds. The first edition, in large quarto format, of Burgoyne's defense of his conduct as commander of the British expedition down the Hudson Valley from Canada in 1777. Intended to cut the New England colonies off from the rest of rebellious America, the expedition ended in disaster at Saratoga, where American forces soundly defeated Burgoyne and forced his capitulation. Herein Burgoyne answers the inquiry of the House of Commons, demonstrating that the forces he was given were not sufficient to accomplish the task. This is the most important source for information about the campaign, illustrated with excellent maps and plans. The "Plan of the Encampment and Position of the Army under His Excelly. Lt. General Burgoyne at Swords House on Hudson's River near Stillwater..." depicts, among other particulars, the "First and Second Positions of that part of the Army engaged on the 19th of September." Tipped to the margin of that plan, as an overlay, is a section of a similar map depicting the "Third and Fourth Positions..." of the Army on that same date. The "Plan of the Encampment and Position of the Army under his Excelly. Lt. General Burgoyne at Braemus Heights..." also has an overlay tipped to the margin of the plan indicating the position of Burgoyne's Army on Oct. 8. On the printed plan beneath the overly is indicated the General's camp from Sept. 20 to Oct. 7.

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        The Experienced Huntsman. Containing Observations on the Nature and Qualities of the Different Species of Game. With Instructions for Hunting the Buck, the Hare, the Fox, The Badger, the Marten, and the Otter

      Printed for L. Flin, Castle Street, Dublin 1780 - First Dublin and Second Edition (Belfast was first in 1714). pp. [i]-304. 1 vols. 12mo. ESTC T107871; Higginson p. 14 First Dublin and Second Edition (Belfast was first in 1714).

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        Guckkastenbild - Prospect bey dem Sultan Mechmets und Selims Mosche zu Constantinopel.

      o. O., -, o. J. [um 1780]. Altkoloriert ORadierung. ca. 27,5 x 40,5 cm. Altbeschnitten und mit Papierstreifen umklebt, alte Fehlstelle unfachmännisch unterlegt, althinterlegt, Gbrsp., hds. Titelei auf Rückseite. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Deutschland; Varia

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        Laws of Maryland (1780, 1784); A Digest of the Laws of Maryland (1799-1800, 1804); Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland (1810, 1811, 1812, May 1812 & June 1813 Extra Sessions, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816) (13 volumes total)

      Frederick Green, J.C. O'Reilly, Jehu Chandler, 1780-1816. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Signed. 13 volume collection of Laws of Maryland during the Federalist period and War of 1812 printed between 1780 - 1816. Bound in cloth by the Bar Association of New York (their stamps on most title pages). Boards of 1780 volume detached. Pages are well tanned with scattered foxing to most of the volumes. Sold with all faults, we welcome inquiries. Includes: Laws of Maryland 1780. -- Maryland under the Articles of Confederation. (Title and last 2 leaves in facsimile.); Laws of Maryland 1784. -- (First 2 leaves and last 4 leaves in facsimile.) Annapolis was the capital of the United States during this year. Georgetown was part of Montgomery County. Revolutionary War claims from Britain.; Laws of Maryland 1799 - 1800. Signature of Josiah Bayly (1769-1846, Maryland Attorney General and Delegate.) (Authorization of a canal from the Chesapeake to Delaware River); A Digest of the Laws of Maryland. Baltimore: 1799. -- Includes Maryland's Declaration of Right. Maryland's Declaration of Right is still in the state constitution and remains mostly unchanged from this version. The Declaration is similar to George Mason's in Virginia and contains 42 sections. Also in this volume is a large section on Negroes and Slaves: "All negroes and other slaves, and their issue, shall be slaves during their natural lives." p. 379. Anti- miscegenation laws: Section 3. A white women "suffering herself to be got with child by a negro or other slave, or by a free negro, shall, if free, become a servant for 7 years." 4. "Any free negro, begetting such child [mixed race], shall become a servant for 7 years." 5. White men also had to serve 7 years for impregnating a "negro woman." 7. "No negro shall be permitted to carry guns…" 8. No negro…shall be received as evidence against any Christian white person." The statutes go on to lay out the judicial whipping of slaves (40 lashes), 39 stripes, death without benefit of clergy, branding on the cheek with the letter "R", for various offenses. 17. Additionally, "any negro" who struck a white person could have their ears cropt. 21. Runaway slaves could be killed for not giving up. Section 24 lays out punishment for negroes for petty treason, murder or arson, "right hand cut off, to be hanged, quartered, and the head of the quarters set up in the most public places in the country." (p. 379-392) A stark testament to empowerment of the institution of slavery in ante-bellum Maryland.; A Digest of the Laws of Maryland. . -- Inscribed by the author, Thomas Herty. Includes an act relating to Runaways and slaves (p. 91), Declaration of Right, List of Subscribers; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1810. --Contains "An act relating to servants and slaves" - an attempt to limit manumission. Signed James Bowden, John Bristow, J. Miller on final page; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1811; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1812. --Partial signature by John Montgomery (1764-1828), former Attorney General of Maryland (1811-1811) and Mayor of Baltimore. Montgomery was the son of a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He served as a captain in the militia in the Baltimore Union Artillery and fought in the Battle of North Point.; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1812 (June, Extra session). -Primarily deals with militia and armament issues stemming from the War of 1812. Maryland was under attack by British forces (Washington was burnt in 1814).Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1813 (May, Extra session). --Deals with regulation of the militia stemming from the War of 1812;Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1813. --Deals with regulation of the militia stemming from the War of 1812. Chapter 56 is an Act respecting slaves from the District of Columbia brought to Maryland (They won’t be freed in Maryland); Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1814. --197 p. (Hagerstown incorporation); Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1815-1816. --229 p. Many of the Acts during the War of 1812 period deal with internal improvements, such as roads, canals, schools, the establishment of banks, etc. These developments are discussed in Howe's, "What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815 - 1848."Refs: Evans 37893. Evans 35617. Cohen 5671. Marvin 384. I Harv. Law Cat. 916. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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        Sämmtliche Werke

      In der Waltherischen Hofbuchhandlung, Dresden 1780 - Vollst.Titel: Des Herrn D. Benjamin Franklin ¿s, Mitglieds der Königlichen Londner und Göttinger Gesellschaften, der Königlichen Pariser Akademie der Wissenschaften, der Edimburger und Rotterdamer philosophischen Gesellschaften, Präsidentens der philosophischen Gesellschaft zu Philadelphia, Geschäftsträgers einiger Amerikanischen Kolonien, [et]c. sämmtliche Werke. Aus dem Englischen und Französischen übersetzt. Nebst des französischen Uebersetzers, des Herrn Barbey Dubourg, Zusätzen, und mit einigen Anmerkungen versehen von G. T. Wenzel. 3 Teile in 1 Bd.(so vollständig) Mit 14 Kupfertaf. Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. (Stärkere Gebrauchsspuren, Rückbezug mit Einrissen). Sabin VII, 25581. Erste dt. Ausgabe. Noch zu Lebzeiten Benjamin Franklins ersch. - Enthält schwerpunktmäßig in Band 1 Beiträge zur Elektrizität + 5 Kupfertafeln, Bd. 2 Meteorologie + 9 (von 10?) Kupfertafeln, Bd. 3 Politik und Staatskunst. Sehr selten im Handel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ANNO REGNI GEORGII II. REGIS MAGNAE BRITANNIAE, FRANCIAE, & HIBERNIAE, VICESIMO SECUMNDO. AT THE PARLIAMENT BEGUN AND HOLDEN AT WESTMINSTER, THE TENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, ANNO DOMINI 1747...AN ACT FOR AMENDING, EXPLAINING, AND REDUCING INTO ONE ACT OF PARLIAMENT, THE LAWS RELATING TO THE GOVERNMENT OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIPS, VESSELS, AND FORCES BY SEA.

      London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, 1780.. 62pp. Small quarto. Full dark blue morocco, gilt, gilt inner dentelles; cover embellished with gilt-tooled Star, Garter, Royal Motto, and royal initials of King George III. Light wear to extremities. Multiple bookplates and remarkable provenance, as detailed below. Very good. In a custom clamshell box, gilt leather label. Two Acts of Parliament concerning the Navy and Naval Affairs which have been specially bound for King George III. The first act, passed under George II, explains and condenses several Acts of Parliament into one clearer and more manageable act. The second act, paginated continuously but with its own titlepage, is an act to explain and amend the previous act. We locate one copy on OCLC, at the Society of the Cincinnati. This work does not appear to be listed in the ESTC. This copy is remarkably of note due to its provenance. The binding is stamped with the arms and initials of King George III, tooled in the Star and Garter and topped with a crown. The front endpapers bear many bookplates, beginning with the bookplate of the Duke of Sussex, son of George III and the most famous book collector among his sons, with a clipping from the Sussex auction. Here it was evidently bought by his brother, the Duke of Clarence, and has his bookplate; a naval officer most of his life, he would have been particularly interested in the subject. Clarence later became William IV, and the volume passed to the First Earl of Munster, illegitimate son of William IV and his mistress Dorothy Jordan. Although he was treated well and made a member of the Privy Council by his cousin Victoria, the Earl killed himself in 1842. The volume was acquired by the 2nd Lord Stanley of Aderley, a prominent political figure and well- known collector. From the Stanley family the volume passed to another famous English book collector, Robert Hovenden, who made a fortune in the wig business and spent his profits on books. After him it was owned by Dr. Francis Gray Smart, another collector and antiquary. Sometime after Smart's death in 1913, the volume came into the hands of the great English collector Major J.R. Abbey, best remembered for his great bibliographies of English illustrated works (his collections now reside at the Yale Center for British Art). Abbey's penciled notes are on the flyleaf. This volume was sold with his remaining books and manuscripts at auction in the late 1960s. A wonderful volume with a truly stupendous provenance. OCLC 70821711.

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        Les Hommes illustres de la marine françoise, leurs actions mémorables et leurs portraits. Supplément [.]

      A Paris, Chez l'Auteur, Louis Jorry & Jean-François Bastien, 1780. - (1bl), (1) Faux-titre, 389p., (1bl). 17 gravures sur cuivre hors texte. In-4, cartonnage d'attente bleu, pièce de titre de maroquin miel, tiré sur papier fort. L'ouvrage se compose de : Introduction, Les Hommes illustres de la marine françoise, Supplément aux Hommes illustres de la marine françoise du siècle de Louis XIV, Avertissement de l'auteur, Précis historique de Monsieur Mahé de la Bourdonnais, Table des noms. Une passionnante suite de monographies donnant portrait et faits d'armes parfois très détaillés des gloires maritimes de 1643 à 1762. Citons, entre autres figures de légende, les noms de Jean Bart, Duquesne, Dupleix, Rochambaut, Tourville, etc. 17 gravures sur cuivre, dessinées par l'auteur et gravées par Hubert, viennent illustrer le récit. Quelques mouillures éparses, large de marge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MÜNCHEN. "Prospectus magni mercatus versus Ecclesie B.M.V.". Blick vom Turm des Alten Rathauses über den Marienplatz auf die Frauenkirche, am Ende der Kaufingerstraße der Schöne Turm, unten Inschrift in Latein und Französisch.

      - Altkol. Kupferstich (Guckkastenblatt), um 1780, 28 x 40,5 cm. Maillinger I, 969 (datiert die Ansicht auf nach 1768); Slg Proebst 347 (datiert sie auf 1740); nicht bei Lentner. - Auf dem Marktplatz herrscht reges Treiben mit Fuhrwerken, Reitern, Kutschen, einer Sänfte und zahlreichen Passanten. -Ränder gering angestaubt, das alte Kolorit etwas aufgefrischt.

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        ANNO REGNI GEORGII II. REGIS MAGNAE BRITANNIAE, FRANCIAE, & HIBERNIAE, VICESIMO SECUMNDO. AT THE PARLIAMENT BEGUN AND HOLDEN AT WESTMINSTER, THE TENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, ANNO DOMINI 1747.AN ACT FOR AMENDING, EXPLAINING, AND REDUCING INTO ONE ACT OF PARLIAMENT, THE LAWS RELATING TO THE GOVERNMENT OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIPS, VESSELS, AND FORCES BY SEA.

      London: Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, 1780. - 62pp. Small quarto. Full dark blue morocco, gilt, gilt inner dentelles; cover embellished with gilt-tooled Star, Garter, Royal Motto, and royal initials of King George III. Light wear to extremities. Multiple bookplates and remarkable provenance, as detailed below. Very good. In a custom clamshell box, gilt leather label. Two Acts of Parliament concerning the Navy and Naval Affairs which have been specially bound for King George III. The first act, passed under George II, explains and condenses several Acts of Parliament into one clearer and more manageable act. The second act, paginated continuously but with its own titlepage, is an act to explain and amend the previous act. We locate one copy on OCLC, at the Society of the Cincinnati. This work does not appear to be listed in the ESTC. This copy is remarkably of note due to its provenance. The binding is stamped with the arms and initials of King George III, tooled in the Star and Garter and topped with a crown. The front endpapers bear many bookplates, beginning with the bookplate of the Duke of Sussex, son of George III and the most famous book collector among his sons, with a clipping from the Sussex auction. Here it was evidently bought by his brother, the Duke of Clarence, and has his bookplate; a naval officer most of his life, he would have been particularly interested in the subject. Clarence later became William IV, and the volume passed to the First Earl of Munster, illegitimate son of William IV and his mistress Dorothy Jordan. Although he was treated well and made a member of the Privy Council by his cousin Victoria, the Earl killed himself in 1842. The volume was acquired by the 2nd Lord Stanley of Aderley, a prominent political figure and well- known collector. From the Stanley family the volume passed to another famous English book collector, Robert Hovenden, who made a fortune in the wig business and spent his profits on books. After him it was owned by Dr. Francis Gray Smart, another collector and antiquary. Sometime after Smart's death in 1913, the volume came into the hands of the great English collector Major J.R. Abbey, best remembered for his great bibliographies of English illustrated works (his collections now reside at the Yale Center for British Art). Abbey's penciled notes are on the flyleaf. This volume was sold with his remaining books and manuscripts at auction in the late 1960s. A wonderful volume with a truly stupendous provenance. OCLC 70821711.

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        Anno Regni Georgii II. Regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Vicesimo Secumndo. At the Parliament Begun and Holden at Westminster, the Tenth day of November, Anno Domini 1747.An Act for Amending, Explaining, and Reducing into One Act of Parliament, the Laws relating to the Government of His Majesty's Ships, Vessels, and Forces by Sea

      Charles Eyre and William Strahan, London 1780 - 62pp. Full dark blue morocco, gilt, gilt inner dentelles; cover embellished with gilt-tooled Star, Garter, Royal Motto, and royal initials of King George III. In a custom clamshell box, gilt leather label. Provenance: King George III (arms in gilt) In a Full Royal Binding for George III, with an Astounding Provenance Two Acts of Parliament concerning the Navy and Naval Affairs which have been specially bound for King George III. The first act, passed under George II, explains and condenses several Acts of Parliament into one clearer and more manageable act. The second act, paginated continuously but with its own titlepage, is an act to explain and amend the previous act. We locate one copy on OCLC, at the Society of the Cincinnati. This work does not appear to be listed in the ESTC. This copy is remarkably of note due to its provenance. The binding is stamped with the arms and initials of King George III, tooled in the Star and Garter and topped with a crown. The front endpapers bear many bookplates, beginning with the bookplate of the Duke of Sussex, son of George III and the most famous book collector among his sons, with a clipping from the Sussex auction. Here it was evidently bought by his brother, the Duke of Clarence, and has his bookplate; a naval officer most of his life, he would have been particularly interested in the subject. Clarence later became William IV, and the volume passed to the First Earl of Munster, illegitimate son of William IV and his mistress Dorothy Jordan. Although he was treated well and made a member of the Privy Council by his cousin Victoria, the Earl killed himself in 1842. The volume was acquired by the 2nd Lord Stanley of Aderley, a prominent political figure and well-known collector. From the Stanley family the volume passed to another famous English book collector, Robert Hovenden, who made a fortune in the wig business and spent his profits on books. After him it was owned by Dr. Francis Gray Smart, another collector and antiquary. Sometime after Smart's death in 1913, the volume came into the hands of the great English collector Major J.R. Abbey, best remembered for his great bibliographies of English illustrated works (his collections now reside at the Yale Center for British Art). Abbey's penciled notes are on the flyleaf. This volume was sold with his remaining books and manuscripts at auction in the late 1960s. A wonderful volume with a truly stupendous provenance. OCLC 70821711. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Rêveuse. [The Dreamer]

      Paris, 1780. Engraving. Printed on laid paper with watermark. In good condition with the exception of being trimmed within the platemark. Some overall light foxing and some sunning where a mat was in place. Image size: 15 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches. A lovely pastoral print after the celebrated French Rococo artist François Boucher. In this handsomely composed image, Boucher depicts a pretty shepherdess who has fallen asleep, attended only by a pet goat. She seems to epitomise "sweet dreams" with her calm face, bare feet, and the flowers in her hair, at her breast and at her feet. She is the ideal that pastoral art aimed at: unsophisticated attunement with nature and we feel in her innocence, beauty and vulnerability a latent fecundity both deeply restful and rich in possibility. François Boucher (1703-1770) was one of the most versatile and influential French artists of the eighteenth century. He not only decorated palaces and private residences, but also painted portraits, landscapes, and mythological scenes; and designed opera sets, porcelains, and tapestries. He was a prolific painter and draftsman and he excelled in cabinet-sized paintings for collectors, many of which were reproduced in print in an effort to satisfy the demands of eager connoisseurs. He began his career producing reproductive engravings of Watteau's paintings, but he quickly became one of the most fashionable artists in Paris. He was favoured by the King's mistress, Madame du Pompadour, and quickly became "premier peintre" to Louis XV. Boucher depicts a pretty shepherdess who has fallen asleep. She seems to epitomise "sweet dreams". Her innocence, beauty and vulnerability seem to symbolize restful sleep and in a larger way peacefulness itself.

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        INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA...Nueva Edicion, Corregida por la Real Academia Espa?ola

      Madrid: Don Joachin Ibarra, 1780. 4 volumes. The First Ibarra Edition, the most revered and beautifully illustrated and printed pressing of the most treasured work in all of Spanish literature, a monument of Spanish typography. The edition chosen by the Fathers of Seville for presentation after the defeat of Napoleon by the English. The choice of this edition as a gift in thanks for rescuing Spain from Napoleon's onslaught is of the greatest importance and suggests the esteem in which the edition was held by the people of Spain. With an engraved portrait, engraved title pages in each volume, 31 fine engraved plates and 66 charming head- and tailpieces, and a large map with Quixote's peregrinations in the first volume. Large 4to, a splendid and very beautiful binding by the firm of Simier R. du Roi, binder to the king, in the finest dark purple goatskin, adorned in gold and blind decorations, the spines titled and numbered in gold and with very rich and beautiful gold decorations in compartments, rich gold dentelles and edges. Simier's "variety and and technique were superb; he had no superior and few rivals during his career" ( Ramsden's French Bookbinders 1789-1848 ). [iv], XIV, ccvviv, 199; [iv], 418; [ii], xiv, 306; [iv], 346. This is a superb example in the most wonderful state of preservation. A magnificent binding and the most beautiful Cervantes we have ever encountered. AN EXTRAORDINARY COPY OF THE FIRST IBARRA CERVANTES. PROFUSELY AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED THROUGHOUT WITH THE FINEST ENGRAVINGS. PERHAPS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE SET AVAILABLE OF THE MAGNIFICENT IBARRA EDITION. The Ibarra Edition is "the finest edition of Don Quixote that has ever been printed" (D. B. Updike). Printed for the Royal Spanish Academy in Spanish-designed types, lavishly ornamented, and containing the Prologue of the Academy, the Life of Cervantes, and a Chronological Plan and Analysis of the book, this is not only the finest edition of Cervantes, but is also a monument of European fine printing. What results from the combination of edition and presentation is a remarkable historical artifact whose position in the annals of bibliophily is perhaps unequaled except by a handful of famous books. It boils down to this: the greatest imaginative work from the Spanish mind, in its most beautiful physical manifestation. Binder to the King, Simier's "variety and and technique were superb; he had no superior and few rivals during his career" ( Ramsden's French Bookbinders 1789-1848 ). This was the edition given to one of the most famous figures in military history, in gratitude for one of the most important military operations in European history.

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        Vue du Place grande a Neaple vers Orient. Guckkastenblatt. Altkolorierter Kupferstich nach einer Zeichnung von Wilhelm Baur.

      Augsburg, bei Acad. Imperiale um 1780. 32 x 43 cm. Aus der Folge \"Collection des Prospects\". - Versandkosten auf Anfrage. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Neapel, Guckkastenblätter, Habermann, Naples, Napoli, Italien, Italy, Italia, Kupferstiche

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        [Triumph of Britannia]

      1780. Engraving. Unfinished working proof. Printed on watermarked laid paper. In excellent condition with the exception of being trimmed within the platemark on all sides. Some creases in image. Image size: 15 1/8 x 20 ½ inches. An extremely rare working proof of James Fittler's striking engraving of Britannia. James Fittler was a skilled etcher and engraver, who established a reputation as an exceptional marine engraver. His oeuvre included portraits and book illustrations but he was best known for his appealing marine scenes. Trained at the Royal Academy schools, Fittler became an associate in 1800. He was a regular exhibitor at the Academy and was appointed "Marine Engraver" to George III. This stunning image of Britannia is an excellent example of his skill and a fascinating glimpse of the etching process. This intriguing print shows a unique step in the printmaking process before an image is ready for publication. Before the image is completed the engraver has printed a trial impression to view this stage of the engraved plate. It is incredibly rare to find prints in this unfinished experimental stage. Impressions which were pulled as working proofs are unique and were almost never duplicated Dictionary of National Biography ; Benezit, Dictionnaire Des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs , Vol. 5, p. 492.

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        Appendix to the comment on the petition of the British inhabitants of Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa, to Parliament. Containing memorials and authentick papers.

      [London, ca. 1780]. Five parts issued and bound together, 4to, (iv) + 24 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8pp., recent marbled boards lettered on spine Rare first appearance of these papers presenting grievances with regard to legal status of British officials and native people living under the rule of the East India Company. The papers comprise: Authentick papers relating to the right of trial by jury in civil cases at Calcutta in Bengal: The memorial of the British inhabitants of Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa, to the Governor-General and Council: Letter from George Bogle, Esq; to the Governor-General and Council at Fort-William, resigning his office of Commissioner of Law-Suits to the Company: Translation of a Persian* petition from the native inhabitants of the Subah Azeemabad to the King, and the Translation of a petition from the renters or farmers of the Patna province, stating the innumerable hardships they suffer by being made liable to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Calcutta.> The British expatriate civil society had begun to take shape in the late eighteenth century. The Regulating Act> of 1773 established a supreme court in each of the presidency towns and laid down rules for trial by jury, but only in criminal cases. The white community petitioned parliament in 1780 for juries in civil cases. ?'The European community in India was treated as an extension of the military. Public meetings were prohibited in 1807 and press censorship was introduced in 1799 and again in 1823. Europeans could not hold extensive property outside the presidency towns and they had to apply for a passport if they wished to travel beyond the outskirts of Calcutta. Their licences to reside in India could also be removed at the Company?'s discretion, as James Silk Buckingham found out to his cost. Commentators such as Malcolm apparently failed to realize the irony of a situation in which the Company acknowledged that there was a British public that could sit on juries, but refused to admit that there was an enlightened and informed public that warranted a periodical press that was not closely scrutinized by Company officials?' (Joseph Hardwick, Vestry politics and the Emergence of a Reform ?'Public?' in Calcutta,> 1813?-36, published online by the Institute of Historical Research at the University of London).

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        L`Histoire de l`Amérique. Traduite de l`Anglois [par Eidous].

       Paris, Pissot 1780. Seconde Édition revue & corrigié. Bde. 1-4 (v. 5). 12°. 380; 572; 520 (3), 434 S. Mit 3 (v. 4?) mehrf. gefalt. Kupferkarten u. 1 gefalt. Kupfertaf. (Table chronologique des Méxicains). HLn. d. 19. Jhdts. m. goldgepr. Rückentit.vgl. Sabin 71990 f. - 1789 erschien noch ein 5. Band. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Geschichte, Reise, Amerika

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        Les Moyens de détruire la mendicité en France, en rendant les mendians utiles à l'Etat sans les rendre malheureux ; extraits des Mémoires qui ont concouru pour le prix accordé en l'année 1777, par l'Académie des Sciences, Arts et Belles Lettres de Chaalons-Sur-Marne.

      Chaalons-Sur-Marne, Seneuze, Paindavoine, Paris, Delalain 1780 - in-8, VIII-512-[2] pp., veau brun moucheté, dos lisse orné, triple filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, armes au centre, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Seconde édition revue, corrigée et augmentée. "Moyens propres à supprimer la mendicité (politiques, moraux, coactifs, etc.). S'attacher à détruire la mendicité illégitime. Ce n'est pas par les hôpitaux, jugés néfastes, mais par le travail, qu'on aide les mendiants, qu'ils soient valides ou invalides ; Malvaux admet néanmoins l'existence de bonnes ?uvres, de Monts-de-Piété, de loteries, etc. Enfin, il propose de supprimer ce qu'il estime être les sources de la mendicité, telles l'usure, la prostitution, etc." (INED). Bel exemplaire aux armes d'Henriette-Anne-Eugénie de Béthizy de Mézières, Princesse de Ligne (1710-1787). INED, 3039. OHR, 15. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Laws of Maryland (1780, 1784); A Digest of the Laws of Maryland (1799-1800, 1804); Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland (1810, 1811, 1812, May 1812 & June 1813 Extra Sessions, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816) (13 volumes total)

      Frederick Green, J.C. O'Reilly, Jehu Chandler 1780 - 13 volume collection of Laws of Maryland during the Federalist period and War of 1812 printed between 1780 - 1816. Bound in 1920 by the Bar Association of New York (their stamps on most title pages). Pages are generally clean and legible. Some volumes have scattered foxing. Sold with all faults, we welcome inquiries. Includes: Laws of Maryland 1780. -- Maryland under the Articles of Confederation. (Title and last 2 leaves in facsimile.); Laws of Maryland 1784. -- (First 2 leaves and last 4 leaves in facsimile.) Annapolis was the capital of the United States during this year. Georgetown was part of Montgomery County. Revolutionary War claims from Britain.; Laws of Maryland 1799 - 1800. -- Signed by Josiah Bayly (1769-1846, Maryland Attorney General and Delegate.) (Authorization of a canal from the Chesapeake to Delaware River); A Digest of the Laws of Maryland. Baltimore: 1799. -- Includes Maryland's Declaration of Right. Maryland's Declaration of Right is still in the state constitution and remains mostly unchanged from this version. The Declaration is similar to George Mason's in Virginia and contains 42 sections. Quite fascinating aspirational testament to the rights of man.) Also in this volume is a large section on Negroes and Slaves: "All negroes and other slaves, and their issue, shall be slaves during their natural lives." p. 379. Anti- miscegenation laws: Section 3. A white women "suffering herself to be got with child by a negro or other slave, or by a free negro, shall, if free, become a servant for 7 years." 4. "Any free negro, begetting such child [mixed race], shall become a servant for 7 years." 5. White men also had to serve 7 years for impregnating a "negro woman." 7. "No negro shall be permitted to carry guns?" 8. No negro?shall be received as evidence against any Christian white person." The statutes go on to lay out the judicial whipping of slaves (40 lashes), 39 stripes, death without benefit of clergy, branding on the cheek with the letter "R", for various offenses. 17. Additionally, "any negro" who struck a white person could have their ears cropt (cut off). 21. Runaway slaves could be killed for not giving up. Section 24 lays out punishment for negroes for petty treason, murder or arson, "right hand cut off, to be hanged, quartered, and the head of the quarters set up in the most public places in the country." (p. 379-392) A stark testament to empowerment of the institution of slavery in ante-bellum Maryland.; A Digest of the Laws of Maryland. 1804 Volume II. -- Inscribed by the author, Thomas Herty, stating "from the author". Includes an act relating to Runaways and slaves (p. 91), Declaration of Right, List of Subscribers; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1810. -- Contains "An act relating to servants and slaves" - an attempt to limit manumission. Signed James Bowden, John Bristow, J. Miller on final page; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1811; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1812. -- Partially signed by John Montgomery (1764-1828), former Attorney General of Maryland (1811-1811) and Mayor of Baltimore. Montgomery was the son of a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He served as a captain in the militia in the Baltimore Union Artillery during the War of 1812. He fought in the Battle of North Point.; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1812 (June, Extra session). -- Primarily deals with militia and armament issues stemming from the War of 1812. Maryland was under attack by British forces (Washington was brunt in 1814). The British attacked Baltimore in 1814 as well and fought against the US navy/pirateers in Maryland's waterways.; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Maryland 1813 (May, Extra session). -- Deals with regulation of the militia stemming from the War of 1812; Laws made and passed by the General Assembly of the state [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        AN ADDRESS OF THE CONVENTION, FOR FRAMING A NEW CONSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT, FOR THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, TO THEIR CONSTITUENTS

      Boston, 1780. 20th-century three-quarter red morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Extremities rubbed. Institutional bookplate on front pastedown. Contemporary ownership inscription on titlepage, a few contemporary notations. Second "S" in "Address" on half title lacking, some paper damage to the "E" as well. Light soiling, foxing, and wear. About very good. Although primarily written by Adams, this explanation of the new constitution was issued by James Bowdoin, convention president. After the rejection of the 1778 Massachusetts constitution, the document was entirely revised, largely by John Adams, and offered to the public in 1780. Adams and others then lobbied hard for its acceptance, and this is the opening gun.

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        Allegazioni distribuite in più tomi dall'Avvocato Domenico Bracale. Volumi I-XIV. Tutto il pubblicato.

      - Napoli, Paci, 1780-86, volumi 14, in-8, mezza pelle, fregi e scritte oro sui dorsi. Bell'esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Accurate Map of Rhode Island, Part of Connecticut and Massachusets (sic) (Massachusetts) - shewing Admiral Arbuthnot's Station in Blocking up Admiral Ternay. [With Duke's County / Martha's Vineyard / Long Island / Cape Cod Bay / Buzzards Bay / Long Island Sound / River Thames etc.]

      [Political Magazine / John Bew],, [London], 1780 - Original copper engraved Map. [London], [Political Magazine / John Bew], c.1780. 38 cm wide x 27.2 cm high. Mounted on paper. Very good condition with only the faintest signs of foxing. From a wonderful collection of Maps from an old english library (South Shields) - with a tiny library stamp to the back of the mounting paper (The stamp is NOT on the map). Excellent map from America's war of Independence and Admiral Mariot Arbuthnot's blockade - campaign at Narrangasett, Rhode Island, against Admiral Charles-Henri-Louis d'Arsac de Ternay. Mounted on paper. Very good condition with only the faintest signs of foxing. From a wonderful collection of Maps from an old english library (South Shields) - with a tiny library stamp to the back of the mounting paper (The stamp is NOT on the map).

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        Document Signed (Br. Hidalgo), on paper, in Spanish. Folio, 1 p. Bound in a dossier of documents relating to the execution of the provisions of the will of Augustina Velázquez. [with] A number of other collateral documents relating to the Condes de Vivanco. On paper, in Spanish. Mexico City, Real de Bolaños, Aguas Clientes, Valladolid (now Morelia), and elsewhere in Mexico. Folio (31 cm, 12.25") and smaller. => Approximately 350 ff.

      No place [mining region of Real de Bolaños or Aguas Calientes] no date [1780] In 1780 Augustina Velázquez died and her will provided, among other things, for a huge number of masses to be said for her. Subsidy for the masses was spread among the priests in the mining region where she had lived — Real de Bolaños and Aguas Calientes. Those receiving sums of money signed receipts, and among the dozens was a newly ordained minister who signed his receipt "Br. Hidalgo." The young bachiller became famous in 1810 for initiating the uprising that began the eleven-year struggle for Mexican Independence. => This is a fine, extremely early example of Father Hidalgo's signature. The woman who provided the money for the above mentioned masses was the wife of Antonio de Vivanco (also spelled Bibanco) Gutiérrez and mother of Antonio Guadalupe de Vivanco, the first two Condes de Vivanco. Cambridge scholar David Brading credits Antonio de Vivanco with restoring the mining region of Bolaños to prosperity in the early 1770s, following the region's sharp decline in silver ore production during the first two-thirds of the 18th century — whereby he became very wealthy. In addition to payment for masses for her soul, Doña Augustina's will provides for large sums of money to be spent on construction work on the chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the bishopric of Guadalajara. The paperwork, including receipts, associated with the distribution of her largesse is weighty and detailed. Among the collateral documents in this offering are copies of the last wills and testaments of Antonio de Vivanco Gutiérrez (1796), Augustina Velázquez (1780), and Antonio Guadalupe de Vivanco (1800); the inventory of the younger Vivanco's massive estate (1801); and a marvelous calligraphic manuscript in which the bishop of Guadalajara grants a special privilege to Vivanco the elder. All are notarially certified copies of the originals. All documents in very good condition, sewn, in contemporary vellum bindings.

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        Vue du Place grande a Neaple vers Orient. Guckkastenblatt. Altkolorierter Kupferstich nach einer Zeichnung von Wilhelm Baur.

      Augsburg, bei Acad. Imperiale um 1780. - Aus der Folge "Collection des Prospects". - Versandkosten auf Anfrage. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Kirchen- und Ketzer-Almanach aufs Jahr 1781. - Und: Zweytes Quinquennium, ausgefertiget im Jahr 1787.

      Kasimir Lauge (d. i. Berlin, Vieweg)., Häresiopel, im Verlag der Ekklesia pressa (d. i. Züllichau, Frommann 1780) und Gibeon, - 2 Bände. Häresiopel, im Verlag der Ekklesia pressa (d. i. Züllichau, Frommann 1780) und Gibeon, Kasimir Lauge (d. i. Berlin, Vieweg). 15 Blätter, 247 S.; 15 Blätter, 240 S. mit je 1 gestochenem Frontispiz. Verschiedene Pappbände der Zeit, der erste mit Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Blätter leicht gebräunt, teils etwas braunfleckig; Notizen u. Exlibris auf erstem Vorsatz, 2. Titelblatt mit altem Stempel. Einbände an Ecken u. Kanten teils bestossen bzw. beschabt, Rücken vom 2. Band am Fuss mit ca. 15 mm grosser Fehlstelle im Bezug. Sammlung meist satirischer Charakterbilder zeitgenössischer Schriftsteller. Darunter finden sich Goethe, Herder, Kant, Lessing, Lavater, Lenz, Mendelssohn und Bahrdt selbst. - "Mein Verleger denkt, bei dieser Sache etwas zu verdienen, das kann er nicht, ., wenn's Ding nicht konfiscirt wird" (Vorwort). - Mit dem seltenen "Zweyten Quinquennium" - Lanckoronska-Rümann 200 - Köhring 71 - Goed. IV/1.823/24.61, a u.b - Weller FD 116 Blätter leicht gebräunt, teils etwas braunfleckig; Notizen u. Exlibris auf erstem Vorsatz, 2. Titelblatt mit altem Stempel. Einbände an Ecken u. Kanten teils bestossen bzw. beschabt, Rücken vom 2. Band am Fuss mit ca. 15 mm grosser Fehlstelle im Bezug. Verschiedene Pappbände der Zeit, der erste mit Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Baum- und Wiesenlandschaft mit links vom Bildrand angeschnittener Hütte.

      - Kohle und Pinsel in Grau und Schwarz, grau laviert, mit weißer Kreide gehöht, auf blauem Bütten, auf blaues Bütten aufgezogen, links unten monogrammiert, datiert und bezeichnet „J.C.H. f.", „1780.", „bey Düsseldorf", verso numeriert „N.121.". 33:55 cm. Provenienz: Aus dem Besitz der Nachfahren des Künstlers. Seine erste künstlerische Ausbildung erhielt der Schweizer Maler Johann Caspar Huber bei H. Wuest (1741-1821) in Zürich. 1773 hielt er sich in Basel, 1774 in Straßburg auf und war anschließend bis 1778 für J.A.B. Nothnagels (1729-1804) Tapetenfabrik in Frankfurt am Main tätig. Um sich künstlerisch weiterzubilden, besuchte er 1778 die Akademie in Düsseldorf, 1783/1784 die in Amsterdam. Anschließend hielt er sich bis 1789 in Düsseldorf auf, wo er sich verheiratete und zum Mitglied der Kunstakademie ernannt wurde. Seit 1789 war er wieder in Zürich ansässig, wo er als geschätzter Landschaftsmaler verstarb. Die Zeichnung entstand noch während Hubers Düsseldorfer Studienzeit in den Jahren 1778-1782.

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        Konvolut aus 43 Tafeln.

      Berlin, -, o. J. [um 1780]. Orig. Radierung. [zwischen ca. 7 x 5 cm und 12 x 6,7 cm]. Größenteils altkaschiert a. Papier der Zeit, Ränder größenteils beschnitten. Die Tafeln können einzelnen Werk nicht mehr zugeordnet werden. - Chodowiecki, (1726 -1801), ging nach Berlin 1743, um im Quincailleriegeschäft eines Onkels zu arbeiten, dem er auch Miniaturen als Schmuck für allerlei Gegenstände lieferte. Er erlernte die Emaillemalerei; erst sehr spät, 1754, machte er sich selbständig, um eine Künstlerlaufbahn einzuschlagen. Dieser Entschluß im reiferen Alter bewirkte eine Unabhängigkeit des künstlerischen Denkens, das ihn den Berliner Aufklärern nahebringen sollte ... 1757 entstanden die ersten Radierversuche und möglicherweise auch die ersten Ölgemälde, für die er ein kleines Format bevorzugte, Figurenszenen mit häuslichen Motiven, die er durch gezeichnete Studien vorbereitete... Mit Illustrationen zu Lessings Minna von Barnhelm (1769) schlug er den Weg ein, der ihn vor allem berühmt machte und ihm die Bekanntschaft mit vielen zeitgenössischen Autoren bescherte. Von seinen 2075 Radierungen auf 978 Platten sind die weitaus meisten Illustrationen für Romane, Schauspiele und Kalender, oft mit moralisierendem und pädagogischem Inhalt... (DBE) Versand D: 7,00 EUR Varia

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        Vida, y Martyrio del siervo de dios Pedro Borguny Mallorquin, martyrisado en Argel a los 30 Agosto 1654. Dividida en dos partes.

      En Roma, por Miquel Angel Barbiellini a la Minerva, 1780. - in-4. 1f. XVI. 143pp. Vélin de l'époque, pièce de titre. Edition Originale de la première biographie de Pedro Borguny (1628-1654), illustre figure mallorquine du 17e siècle. Originaire de Palma, ce fils de bonne famille était parti à l'aventure, dès son plus jeune âge, à bord des navires marchands qui sillonaient la Méditerranée; fait prisonnier par des pirates arabes, il fut réduit en esclavage une première fois en Alger où il passa trois années avant d'être libéré une première fois grâce aux efforts de son père. Revenu à Mallorca, il se maria mais, devenu veuf peu après et forcé de quitter son île natale en raison de son implication dans une rixe, il s'installa à Valencia comme négociant de tissus, reprenant ses voyages maritimes et caressant l'espoir de libérer ses anciens compagnons d'esclavage encore retenus prisonniers à Oran. C'est en organisant une expédition de libération qu'il fut à nouveau fait prisonnier en Alger. Après plusieurs années de captivité, menacé d'être envoyé à Constantinople et de perdre tout espoir d'être libéré, Borguny céda aux instances de ses geôliers et il se convertit à l'islam mais quelques mois plus tard, pris de remords, il renia publiquement sa conversion auprès du Dey d'Alger. Il mourut en martyr, brûlé vif, le 30 août 1654. Ses reliques, ramenées à Paris par les soins d'un religieux présent au moment du supplice, furent rapatriées à Palma de Mallorca en 1750 et la présente biographie fut rédigée d'après les documents consultés par l'auteur à Rome, où il la fit imprimer. Le feuillet de dédicace ("Dedicase este libro al muy ilustre Ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de Palma y Reyno de Mallorca") semble avoir été rajouté après l'impression et ne figure pas dans tous les exemplaires, mais il est bien présent ici. Rousseurs éparses. Bon exemplaire dans son vélin d'origine, probablement italien. Palau, 196029 (qui ne décrit pas le f. de dédicace). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        A South-East View of the City of Boston in North America

      London: Printed for Carington Bowles, 1780. Engraving, on laid paper, full period hand colouring. Linen backed at a very early date. The third state of this important early view of Boston, based on an original drawing by William Burgis. "This interesting view of Boston from the bay, showing the waterfront with the Long Wharf in the foreground, was apparently based on the first state of the 1723 Burgis prospect of the New England city. When John Carwitham prepared the engraving, he added the Old South Meeting House and Hollis Street Meeting house, both built in 1731. The spire of Christ Church seen in the Burgis view -- then an architectural projection rather than a reality -- was retained by Carwitham even though the spire would not be built until about 1740" (Deák p.53). Brightly hand-colored in a thick gouache, the engraving was intended by Bowles as part of a series of prints to be used in a peep show or optical viewer. Operating one of the largest print "warehouses" in London, Bowles capitalized on the interest in the American colonies brought about by the Revolution and issued several such views of American cities. This is the third state of the Boston view, with the number 34 added to the plate just to the left of the title. Deák Picturing America I,86; cf. J. Winsor Memorial History of Boston II,pp.531-2; Stokes and Haskall American Historical Prints p. 14; Cresswell 496.

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        Grotta di Pozzuoli

      1780. Gouache painted on board. Very good condition apart from a few barely visible water stains in the bottom margin. A charming view of the famous Crypta Neapolitana, an ancient architectural marvel in the Italian town of Pozzuoli, near Naples. Designed by the architect Cocceio during the reign of Augustus, the grotto was a heavily trafficked tunnel used to facilitate trade and transportation between Naples, Pozzuoli and Baiae. Legend has it that the ancient poet Virgil, author of The Aeneid , The Bucolics , and The Georgics and a resident of the environs of Naples, magically created the grotto in the Hill of Posillipo for the benefit of the town's citizens. Situated directly above it is the Tomb of Virgil, the fabled columbarium where the poet was allegedly buried, which is commemorated by an imposing funerary monument located to the left of the cove's mouth. The façade of this monument, which is visible on the left side of this beautiful work, also served as an epitaph on which Sebastiano Bartolo recorded information discovered in his analysis of the water of the two thermal springs (Astroni's Bath) he found in the area in 1668. An impressive feat of Roman engineering, the Crypta Neapolitana has been depicted by many artists through the centuries, among them Seneca and Alexandre Dumas.

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        \"Forum herbarium versus curie ad Monachium\". Blick auf die Ostseite des Marienplatzes mit dem Alten Rathaus und dem Rathausturm, im Vordergrund der sog. \"Kreutlmarkt\".

       Altkol. Kupferstich (Guckkastenblatt), um 1780, 28 x 41 cm. Slg Proebst 348 und Abb. 11; nicht bei Maillinger und Lentner. - Auf dem Platz herrscht reges Treiben mit Reitern, Kutschen, zweirädrigen Karren sowie zahlreichen Käuferinnen und Verkäuferinnen. Vorne links das Gebäude des heutigen \"Ludwig Beck am Rathauseck\". - Angerändert und dekorativ gerahmt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Guckkastenblatt, Oberbayern

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        Mühlsteinschleiferei, davor Pferdegespann und Personen unter einem überdachten Arbeitsplatz.

      - Bleistift, zum Teil gewischt, auf Velin. 21,6:34,3 cm. Reißnagellöchlein in den beiden oberen Ecken, Knickfalte in der linken unteren Ecke geglättet. Wohl Detailstudie für ein Gemälde. „Bürkel hat seine Zeichnungen äußerst selten signiert. Eingereiht in seine große Motivsammlung, waren sie ihm vor allem Hilfsmittel, auf die er bei der Komposition eines Ölbildes zurückgreifen konnte. Zwei Themenkreise interessierten ihn dabei besonders: die Alpen und Italien." (Vgl. Ausst. Katalog: Ideal und Natur. Aquarelle und Zeichnungen im Lenbachhaus 1780-1850. München / Saarbrücken, 1993/94, Nr. 66). Bürkel war im wesentlichen Autodidakt und beteiligte sich bereits seit 1825 an den Ausstellungen des Münchner Kunstvereins. 1830/32 war er mit H. Heinlein (1803-1885) in Italien und später noch einmal 1837 und 1853/54. Er machte zahlreiche Wanderungen durch Oberbayern und Tirol, um das Volksleben zu studieren.

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