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        A series of adventures in the course of a voyage up the Red-Sea, on the coasts of Arabia and Egypt, and of a route through the desarts of Thebais, hitherto unknown to the European travellers in the year 1777. In letters to a lady.

      - London, J. Dodsley, 1780.4to. Later half black calf, spine lettered in gilt. With engraved folding plan, 2 engraved plates (each with 2 views) printed in sepia, and 3 folding engraved maps. XVI,400 pp.* First edition. - Irwin was born in Calcutta and served with the East India Company. He left India in 1777 for England, when his ship was captured by pirates. From Cossier he was forced to cross the desert to Suez and then on to Luxor, Cairo and Alexandria. It took him eleven months to reach England. In the autumn of 1780 he returned to India. Includes two poems by Irwin 'Ode to the dessert' and 'Ode to the Nile'. - (Age-browned).Blackmer Collection 865; Atabey Collection 609; Ibrahim-Hilmy p.325. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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        A Series of Adventures in the course of a Voyage Up the Red-Sea on the coasts of Arabia and Egypt; and of a route through the desarts of Thebais, hitherto unknown to the European traveller, in the year M.DCC.LXXVII in letters to a lady

      Printed for J. Dodsley, London 1780 - 4to. xv, (1) errata page, 400pp. plus b/w maps and engraved plates. Modern three-quarter black gold-stamped cloth over marbled paper boards with gold lettering on spine. An exciting personal account of a journey through the Near East. Irwin was dismissed from the East India Company in 1776, and traveled through Arabia and Egypt on his return to England to seek redress. Includes a personal account of Arabian life in the 18th century. Illustrated with three engraved folding maps and three engraved plates. Ex-libris of Charles W. Calloupe on inside of front board. Minor age wear to binding. Expertly reinforced with gray binders tape along gutter at front- and rear endpapers. Circular half-inch piece in center of title-page missing due to cigar burn. Some waterstaining to edges, heavy water staining on several pages. Repairs to verso of one foldout map. Overall in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        PRAXIS ECCLESIASTICA ET SAECULARIS, in que Acta processum omnium utriusque Fori causarum cum actionum formulis sermone hispano composita, & ad hodiernum stylum accomodota traduntur. & ordinatur. Novissima editio.

      Joachim Ibarra, Matriti 1780 - 31x21, port, 3h, 332p (merma esq. p43, no afecta), 84p, 140p, 108p. Leve óx. en alg. hojas. Texto a dos columnas, viñetas y florones. Pergamino. - Palau 324036. Aparecida en 1583, es un texto didáctico de primer orden que ordena y comenta los principios y prácticas procesales, e incorpora formularios de peticiones y resoluciones redactados en castellano. Edición muy cuidada y muy bien impresa. 1780

      [Bookseller: Escalinata, librería]
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        Mémoire sur le traitement électrique, administré à quatre-vingt-deux malades. Mémoire sur les effets généraux, la nature & l'usage du fluide électrique considéré comme médicament. In Histoire de la Société Royale de Médecine, avec les mémoires de médecine & de physique médicale, pour la même année. Années M. DCC. LXXVII et M. DCC. LXXVIII.

      Paris, impr. de Philippe-Denys Pierres et se trouve chez Didot le Jeune, 1780. - 1 volume in-4 (255 x 185 mm), XXIV, 324, 648, (4) pp., 26 tableaux dépl. h.t., 3 planches dépl. h.t. , plein veau raciné de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges, coiffe supérieure arasée, sinon bel exemplaire à grandes marges, ex-libris armorié. Ce volume renferme les premiers mémoires de Mauduyt de la Varenne sur le traitement électrique. Ces mémoires sont les suivants : 1°) Mémoire sur le traitement électrique, administré à quatre-vingt-deux malades. (pp. 199-431, avec 1 tableau dépl.). 2°) Mémoire sur les effets généraux, la nature & l'usage du fluide électrique considéré comme médicament. De la manière d'employer lélectricité. Du prognostic. (pp. 432-455). Mauduyt de la Varenne fut chargé par Louis XIV d'étudier les effets des phénomènes électriques sur la santé et leur utilité en médecine. Ces mémoires ont été analysés par M. U. Zelbstein. Comme l'indique cet auteur "ce que va faire alors Mauduyt nous éclaire sur une tentative de rationalisation de la démarche expérimentale dans un domaine nouveau de la recherche médicale. Bien entendu, c'est encore le règne, assez net, de l'empirisme mais on y trouve parfois, sous-jacentes, quelques prémisses de la méthode scientifique". Les différentes observations rapportées se répartissent en diverses affections : paralysie, stupeurs ou engourdissements, rhumatismes, surdité, maladies des yeux (goutte sereine), L'évolution est clairement précisée pour chaque observation ; Mauduyt de la Varenne conclut en particulier à l'effet bénéfique de l'électricité dans les cas de paralysie. Mauduyt de la Varenne reçut les éloges de Lorry et Andry, ce qui contrastait avec les critiques qui avaient été émises sur les travaux de l'abbé Nollet, de l'abbé Bertholon, ¿ (seul Jallabert avant lui n'avait pas fait l'objet de critiques). Pierre-Jean-Claude Mauduyt de la Varenne (1733-1792) fut médecin et naturaliste. Il possédait un cabinet de curiosités renommé. U. Zelbstein, Mauduyt de la Varenne (1733-1792), un médecin au siècle des lumières, Histoire des Sciences Médicales, 1984, 18, 295-304 ; Rowbottom, Electricity and medicine, p. 25 : "Mauduyt de la Varenne (d. 1792) reported on an extensive series of trials at the early meetings of the Société Royale de Médecine and he also read a long paper on the methods that should be employed. This account appeaed in the Mémoires of the Society and as a separate publication (1784)." Ce volume renferme par ailleurs de nombreux articles dignes d'intérêt et d'importants mémoires. On peut citer en particulier un mémoire sur la topographie médicale de Marseille (75 pp.), des Suite des recherches sur la rage" par Andry (115 pp.) et un mémoire sur "les effets du seigle ergoté", par l'abbé Tessier (30 pp.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jean-Pierre AUBERT]
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        Joannis Brunnemanni Jurisconsulti Commentarius in pandectarum libros quinquaginta.a Samuele Strykio JC. Opus theoretico-practicum.Editio prima Neapolitana

      Antonii Cervonii, Neapoli - Napoli 1780 - in 4° - pp.XV + 2076 numerazione continuativa - Pergamena - 4 volumi - Testatine e capilettera. - Testo in latino su due colonne- Primo front. in rosso e nero - Piccole mancanze agli angoli di alcune pagine con lievi rare perdite di testo - Lievi aloni alle pagine - Libro usato

      [Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl]
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        OBRAS de D., primer pintor de Cámara del Rey, publicadas por D. Joseph Nicolás de Azara.

      Imp. Real de la Gazeta, Madrid 1780 - 4ºM, 6h, retrato (pintado por el propio Mengs y grab. por su yerno Carmona), Lp, 404p. Plena piel, tejuelo y dorados en lomo, hilos dorados en planos, rueda dorada en cantos, cortes pintados. - Primera edición. El autor gozó de un buen prestigio y sus obras eran consultadas por todos los artistas de la época. 1780

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        Histoire Philosophique et Politique. Des Etablissemens et du Commerce des Europèes dans les deux Indes.

      Jean Le Leonard Pellet., Geneve. 1780 - 8 voll. , in 8° (piccolo) , p. pelle, pp. XVI + 532 + 2 tavv. ripiegate, nn. f. t. (1° vol.) + VIII + 582 + 4 tavv. ripiegate, nn. f. t. (2° vol.) + VII + 580 (3° vol.) + VII + 484 + 6 tavv. ripiegate, nn. f. t. (6° vol.) + XVI + 558 + 3 tavv. ripiegate nn. f. t. (7° vol.) + VIII + 548 + 1 tav. ripiegata, nn. f. t. (8° vol.) + VIII + 412 + 2 tavv. ripiegate nn. f. t. (9° vol.) + VI + 538 (10° vol.). Antip. di tutti i voll. figurati con inc. a tutta p. di N. de Lauray, L. Deliquor, F. lo Simonet e H. Guttemberg. Piatti ant. del 1° , 3° e 9° vol. , sciolti. Il 1°vol. , inoltre, è privo del piatto post. ed il 10° vol. di quello ant. Mende ai piatti del 2° vol. (quello ant. è anche semi sciolto). Tracce di gore su alcune pp. del 7° vol. che, tuttavia, non ledono il t. Disponiamo dei soli volumi sopra citati. T. A.

      [Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone]
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        Oeuvre de Jean Holbein ou Recueil de gravures d`après ses plus beaux ouvrages, accompagnés d`explications historiques et critiques et de la vie de ce fameux peintre, par Chrétien de Mechel. 1ière partie: Le triomphe de la mort. Second partie: La passion de Notre Seigneur.,

      Basel, chez l`auteur, 1780, 1784. - 2 w. Bll., 4 Bll. (Titel und Widmung), 12 (2) Textseiten, 12 (2) Kupferstichtafeln, 1 Bl. mit typogr. Rahmen. / Titel, gest. Titel, 12 Kupfertafeln, 1 Bl. mit typogr. Rahmen Cohen/Ricci 493; Wüthrich II, S. 137ff.; Lonchamp 1529. - Massmann S. 56. - Mechel (1737-1817), Kupferstecher und einflussreicher Kunsthändler, war nicht nur der Begründer des Basler Klassizismus. Als profunder Kenner der Basler Holbeinsammlung trug er wesentlich zur Verbreitung von dessen Werk bei. - Das Werk ist vollständig. Textseiten etw. gebräunt. Die Tafeln sauber und frisch, mit kräftigen Abdrucken. Kl. Fehlstelle am unteren Kapital. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 Fol., HLeder der Zeit mit 6 Bünden und RSchild

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy]
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        Contes et nouvelles, en vers

      Londres (Paris, Cazin) 1780 - Deux volumes in-16 (126 x 78 mm), veau fauve, dos lisse orné, pièces de maroquin vert, triple filet autour des plats, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque). Orné d'un portrait de l'auteur et 24 figures d'après Desrais gravées par Aveline, Deny, Delvaux, etc. " Jolie édition peu commune " (Cohen, 572). (reliure usée, charnières fendues tome 1 et frottées tome 2, restaurations aux coiffes, coupes frottées, coins usés, rousseurs). // Two volumes 16° (126 x 78 mm), fawn calf, smooth spine tooled in gilt, green morocco labels, triple fillet border on covers, inner dentelle, gilt edges (contemporary binding). Illustrated with a portrait of the author and 24 figures after Desrais engraved by Aveline, Deny, Delvaux, etc. " Nice not common edition " (Cohen, 572). (used binding, hinges cracked vol. 1 and rubbed vol. 2, restorations on top and bottom of spine, turns-in rubbed, corners used, brownings).

      [Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, founded 1860]
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        Historia General de Espana

      Madrid - Andres Ramirez 1780 - The1780 editionof this famous history of Spain in a rather attractive blindstamped binding and innear finecondition. Direct from the library at Newton Hall, the 18th century country house and estate, seat of the Widdrington familyin Northumberland, with a pencil shelfmark to the front free-endpaper and the armorial bookplate for S. E. Widdrington. Bound in leather with gilt lettering and blindstamped decoration. Complete in Two Volumes. Juan de Mariana,1536 1624, was a Spanish Jesuit priest, historian, and member of the Monarchomachs. Mariana's Historia is justly esteemed for its research, accuracy, sagacity and style. Samuel Edward Widdrington (formerly Cook), 1787 - 1856, was an English writer. Having served as a Captain in the Royal Navy, he lived for some years in Spain. He served as High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1854. He was a fellow of the Royal Society, and the Royal Geographical Society. By royal license he assumed the name Widdrington, and purchased the moiety in 1842. He inherited the Newton Hall estate from his father, Joseph Cook. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm. There is only some mild wear to the extremities, with just some mild rubbing and edge wear. Internally the pages have only slight browning and just somelight background spots. Overall the condition is near fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA]
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        St. John holding a Chalice.

      ca. 1780s. - Woodcut print after Parmigiano. Four color blocks: light green, light brown, medium brown, dark brown. 282 x 154 mm. Signed in the block. Nagler, 17. Le Blanc, 17. Kennedy, 191. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        A Group of Monks.

      ca. 1780s. - Woodcut after Peter Paul Rubens. Four color blocks: tan, light brown, dark brown, darker brown. 379 x 232 mm. Kennedy, 175. Nagler, 13. Le Blanc, 13.

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        Unterricht, theoretisch -praktischer, im Schach- spiele, von einer Gesellschaft von Liebhabern

      Friedrich Nicolai, Berlin 1780 - [i-viii]+430 pages small octavo (7" x 4 1/2") bound in contemporary three quarter leather with marbled boards. Foreword by Friedrich Nicolai, Translated by K F Trost. First published in French (Paris) in 1775 as Traite Theorique et Pratique du Jeu des Eches. From the library of Börje Börjesson. 1st German edition. The leading players in Paris befor the revolution were Philidor, Verdoni, Leger, Carlier and Bernaard. In 1775 the last four, Verdoni, Leger, Carlier and Bernaard published Traite Theorique et Pratique du Jeu des Eches, par una societe d'amateurs, (Commonly know as the Traite des amateurs), in which they challenged comparison with Analyze (Philidor). Thier criticism of Philidor was sufficiently mild. The Amateurs devote considerabel attention to the game at odds, but the work as a whole, written in full agreement with the priciples of the Philidorian school. (Murray) Condition: Spine ends rubbed, small crack at head and heal hinges, corners rubbed, book plate of Börje" Börjesson on front paste down, old previous owner's neat name on title else about very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector, Inc.]
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        Demetrio moderno, ou o bibliógrafo jurídico portuguez. O qual em huma breve dissetação historica, e critica propóem, e dá huma clara, e distincta ideia de todas as preciozas reliquias, e authenticos monumentos antigos, e modernos da legislação portugueza; e igualmente de todos os livros, o obras dos jurisconsultos, e escriptores reyniculas theoricos, e practicos, que escreverão nos renados dos Senhores Reys de Portugal. A beneficio dos cultores da jurisprodencia theoretica destes reynos.

      Lisbon, na Officina de Lino da Silva Godinho, 1780. - Woodcut arms on title-page. (2 ll.), 216 pp. 8°, contemporary cat's-paw sheep (rather worn, especially at head and foot of spine), spine richly gilt with raised bands in six compartments, edges rouged. Browned. Overall in good condition. ---- FIRST EDITION, first issue. First bibliography of the law written in Portuguese. Since the author insisted on including some passages censured by the Mesa Censoria, sale of the book was prohibited in 1781, and those who had purchased copies were ordered to return them (see @Grande enciclopédia III, 62-3). This first issue is not listed in Innocêncio (cf. I, 95), but @NUC cites one of 1780 at MH-L, with the same number of pages in the text but only 2 preliminary leaves. This first issue was almost certainly issued thus; the half-title appears not to be called for, and as there is no mention of a dedicatee on the title-page, it is logical that the two leaves of dedication encountered in the later issue are not required either.---- This first issue not in Innocêncio (cf. I, 95). Neither issue located in any major Portuguese auction catalogue. NUC: MH?L; second issue at DLC, CLL. OCLC: 253417491 (Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut Preußischer Kulturbesitz). Porbase locates two copies, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and the Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa. This first issue not located in Copac. Nor is it located in Melvyl. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books]
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        The State of the Prisons in England and Wales with Preliminary Observations.

      Warrington, printed by William Eyres., London. 1780 - 'The State of the Prisons in England and Wales, with Preliminary Observations, and an Account of some Foreign Prisons and Hospitals'. [6] + 449pp + [17]pp index + 10 foldg plates as called for. Bookplate of 'The Right Honourable Sir John Trollope, Bar't. M P'. on paste down fep. Browning to eps and scattered foxing but very tight and generally bright and clean. New calf spine, with original title label on original full calf boards. Very good hardback. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Elaine Beardsell (ABA,PBFA )]
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        A Reply to the Observations of Lieut. Gen. Sir William Howe, On a Pamphlet, Entitled Letters to a Nobleman: In Which His Misrepresentations are Detected, and Those Letters are Supported, by a Variety of New Matter and Argument. To Which is Added An Appendix .

      Printed for G. Wilkie, London 1780 - Octavo. . . During the British occupation of Philadelphia in 1777-1778 Galloway was a "Superintendent" and Loyalist. In this volume he replies to General Howe's Observations, and elaborates how Howe could and should have won the war. Galloway counters Howe's claim that he was forced to fight in forest by pointing out that in many place more than three quarter of the land and at a minimum two thirds of the land in question was cleared farm land. Even though Galloway sounds hostile there is important information and details on the Revolution, the nature of the countryside and more. [Howes G48. Sabin 26443] Spine a bit cocked, missing paper at ends, wrappers a little foxed, interior fine [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Randall House (ABAA)]
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        Emile, ou, De l'education / par J.J. Rousseau, citoyen de Geneve - [Complete in 4 volumes]

      Geneve : [Societe typographique de Geneve] 1780 - Referenced by: McEachern, J.E. Rousseau, v.2, 30A & 30B. Language: French. Subject: Education & Etiquette - Early works to 1800. Genre - Didactic Literature. 2 Kg.

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        Testacea Musei Caesarei Vindobonensis.

      - Vienna, J.P. Kraus, 1780. Large folio (485 x 295mm). pp. xxxv, 442, (18), with 1 engraved title-vignette, 11 engraved vignettes, 18 handcoloured engraved plates and 35 engravings in the text. Contemporary richly gilt quarter red morocco over patterned boards. A fine uncut copy of this sumptuously printed work portraying shells in the imperial collection in Vienna. In 1776 Ignaz von Born, one of the leading scientists of the period, was appointed by Empress Maria Theresia to arrange the K. k. Hof-Naturalien-Cabinet. He describes in the above work the finest shells in the Imperial collection. " his descriptions of the imperial shells with a sumptuous folio volume containing coloured figures of many of them. The collection, now in the natural History Museum of Vienna, is of great importance to systematists as Born described from it a number of species new to science' (Dance, A History of Shell collecting p. 66). The splendid plates show 319 different shells and most of the plates are by Jakob Adam, an Austrian artist (1748-1811). "Eines der schönsten Muschelbücher sind die 'Testacea Musaei Caesarei Vindobonensis, 1780' von Ignaz Born mit Grossfoliotafeln nach Jak. Adam " (Nissen II, p. 152). A fine example of the Golden Age of Viennese natural history book production which was patronized by the House of Habsburg.Nissen ZBI, 470.

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        Belehrung für dem Gemeinen Houssaren betreffend' und 'Anmerckung bey dem Vorposten Dienst überhaubt'. Zwei Handschriften von einer Schreiberhand in einem Band, dunkelbraune Tinte auf Papier, Schriftspiegel 16 x 9 cm, Blattgröße 17,5 x 11,5 cm, Wasserzeichen einer bekrönten Lilie zusammen mit dem Schriftzug C & I Honig. Mit 13 ausfaltbaren, kolorierten Tafeln im Anhang. Das Titelblatt mit dem (späteren) Namenszug 'Breme' sowie kleinem Stempel 'J.U.B.'.

      Berlin (?), um 1780. - 2 weiße Bl., Titelblatt, 1.Teil: 68 Seiten, 1 Bl. Inhaltsverzeichnis, 2. Teil: 316 Seiten, 2 Bl. Inhaltsverzeichnis, 2 Bl. vacat, 13 Tafeln. Dunkelbrauner Lederband der Zeit mit rotem goldgeprägtem Rückenschild ('Belehrung für den gemeinen Hussaren'), dreiseitigem Rotschnitt und hübschen, blauweißen Kleisterpapier-Vorsätzen (Rückengelenke mit geklebten Einrissen, Kanten stellenweise berieben), 18 x 12 cm. Die vorliegenden Handschriften entstanden vermutlich kurz nach dem Bayerischen Erbfolgekrieg um 1780 und widmen sich dem (preußischen) Husarendienst. Der erste Teil befasst sich vorrangig mit den grundständigen Aufgaben und der Ausbildung von gemeinen Husaren und Unteroffizieren im Felddienst. Der zweite Teil dagegen legt den Schwerpunkt mehr auf Teiltruppenführer und Offiziere, wobei der Autor seine eigenen Schlüsse zieht und sich auf zwei zur damaligen Zeit unter Fachleuten sehr bekannte Schriften stützt. Beide Arbeiten zeigen das gleiche Schriftbild. Sie sind nicht als gedruckte Werke nachweisbar. Obwohl keine genauen Angaben zum Autor oder dessen Herkunft gemacht werden können, lassen der Inhalt und die didaktische Gliederung der Schriften einen höherrangigen (vermutlich Stabs-)Offizier als Autor vermuten, der besonders die preußischen Husaren in ihrer Ausbildung, ihrem Einsatz und ihrer Wirkung als vorbildhaft ansah und sie daher zum Gegenstand seiner eigenen Ausführungen machte. Beide Handschriften sind zudem von besonderem Interesse, da sie sich mit den Husaren und den Bosniaken als selbstständigen Truppenteilen befassen. Diese Aufwertung erfolgte besonders in der Zeit während und nach dem Bayerischen Erbfolgekrieges 1778/79. Damit sind die beiden Schriften Ausdruck des Zeitgeistes, der neue taktische und strategische Überlegungen in die Ausbildung, die Verwendung und letztlich die Reglements der Husaren aufnahm - hervorzuheben sind hier die etwa zeitgleichen "reformerischen" Schriften Hans Joachim von Zietens sowie Johann Heinrich von Günthers. Deutlich wird diese Intention besonders im zweiten Teil der Handschrift, der teilweise längere zitierte Passagen aus den 1753 in kleinster Auflage ausschließlich für seine Offiziere erschienenen 'General-Principia vom Kriege' Friedrichs des Großen enthält, die erst nach 1760 durch unautorisierte französische Ausgaben allgemein zugänglich wurden, sowie dem "Husaren im Felde" (1762) von P.J.Platen. Beide Schriften galten als richtungsweisend für den Husarendienst. Neben dem Bezug auf diese Fachliteratur sind jedoch besonders die eigenen Schlüsse des Autors von besonderem Interesse, wie auch seine graphische Verdeutlichung der behandelten Themen in dreizehn kolorierten Zeichnungen am Ende des Bandes. Der Inhalt im einzelnen: Der erste Teil befasst sich mit den Grundlagen, die ein gemeiner Husar im Felde zu beherrschen hat. Denn für den Autor steht fest, dass Paraden und Exerzieren zwar schön anzusehen sind, sie aber im Kriege selbst nichts nützen. Vielmehr müsse sich der gemeine Husar in seinen Waffen, den Pistolen und dem Säbel sowie insbesondere im Reiten üben. Der Autor bezieht seine Ausführungen auf direkte Situationen wie Plänkeleien, Aufklärungen und Feldwachen. In einfachen Worten führt er dabei Sinn und Zweck einzelner Vorgänge vor, so beispielsweise, dass wenn ein gegnerischer Offizier zu sehen ist, dieser sofort zu bekämpfen sei, um die Befehlskette des Gegners zu stören. Doch auch das Verhalten bei Gefangennahme wird ausgeführt. Damit richtet sich der Autor nach den damaligen neuesten Erkenntnissen, die, geht man von einer Entstehung der Schrift um 1780 aus, in den eher kleineren Gefechten während des Bayerischen Erbfolgekrieges gemacht worden waren. Ähnliche Schlüsse finden sich auch in den grundlegenden Schriften Zietens und Günthers. Richtet sich die erste Schrift an den gemeinen Husaren, konzentriert sich die zweite auf die Belehrung von Truppenführern und Offizieren. Auch hier werden Schlüsse aus bisherigen Konflikten gezogen. Allerdings werden diese durch zahlreic [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rationis medendi, in nosocomio practico Vindobonensi.

      Leiden, Versailles und Wien, H. und A. Koster, B. André de Laussin und R. Graeffer, 1780-90. - 7 Bde. Mit 4 gest. Titeln mit gest. Bordüre. Schöne Hldr.-Bde. d. Zt. (gering berieben). Vgl. Blake 435, Lesky 636, Garrison/Morton (4. Aufl.) 1964 (alle Ausg. Wien 1777-90). - Lateinische Ausgabe von Stolls bedeutendster Schrift in einer Mischauflage: Bde. 1 und 2 erschienen in Leiden 1780, Bd. 3 Versailles 1786, Bde. 4-7 Wien 1789-90, diese jeweils mit gest. Titel. - Maximilian Stoll (1742-88), 'einer der hervorragendsten Repräsentanten der älteren Wiener Schule' (Hirsch/H. V, 441), hielt Privatvorlesungen in Wien und wurde Arzt am Dreifaltigkeitshospital, wo er bis 1784 als Lehrer wirkte. - Fliegende Vorsätze und Titelblattrückseiten jeweils mit hs. Besitzvermerk. - Gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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 - viii,140,lxii pp. plus [1]p. entitled "Advertisement," five partially colored folding plans (two with overlays), and folding map. Large quarto. Mid-19th-century three-quarter morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Old repaired tear in first map. Scattered foxing, light tanning. Light dampstain affecting upper and lower margins of four leaves toward rear of text. Some off-setting on the maps. Overall just about very good. 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. STREETER SALE 794. LANDE 69. TPL 503. SABIN 9255. HOWES B968, "aa.".

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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,

      Printed for J. Almon, opposite Burligton-house Piccadilly 1780 - and an addition of many circumstances which were prevented from appearing before the House by the prorogation of Parliament. Written and Collected by Himself, and dedicated to the officers of the Army he commanded. ix, 1,191,cix, blank, six folding engraved plans / maps, elements hand-coloured, two with overlays, small repairs, slight cropped edge to uncut foredge of one map. UNCUT COPY later half calf raised bands, gilt ruled over marbled boards. title with professional corner repair. Second edition. Burgoyne a famous British General of the American Revolution. Defence of his conduct as Commander of the British Expedition to the Hudson Valley from Canada in 1777. Sabin 9255. EXCELLENT COPY OF THIS RARE VOLUME. London 1780. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Russia: Or, a Compleat Historical Account of All the Nations Which Compose That Empire

      For J. Nichols, T. Cadell, H. Payne, C. Dilly and N. Conant, Pall-Mall, London, 1780-1783 - In four volumes. Volume I: Finnish Nations, cxi, (1) errata, 201pp. 2 plates. Volume II: Tartar nations, 401pp; 2 plates Volume III. Samoyede nations, 372pp. 2 plates, one closed tear to p. 271, description of plates and placement of the second plate in volume I which states it should be placed at p. 102 but in fact is placed at p. 199 (stated in the plate to be at p. 199). Volume IV. Mogol [sic] nations, 451pp., (1) pp. publisher's ad., 1 folding map, 12 plates of which one is folding.(18 plates and 1 map. total). The first demographic study of the Russian peoples and its territories. Translated by William Tooke (1744-1820) author and historian who is well known for his Russian studies while he resided in St. Petersburg. An exceptional history of how Siberia became a province. The history of the Russian provinces, the various inhabitants and their culture; including the Kara-Kitans, Mongouls [sic], the Burats; agriculture, mining, religious beliefs, and leaders. All volumes bound in tree calf, boards fragile with some splitting and chipping, spines flat and fully decorated in gilt, black and red contrasting labels gilt with some chipping (one label nearly gone), marbled endpapers, early bookplate with crown and snake with initials below "WBJ"., text clean, lacking only the three integral ads in volume 3. An uncommon work which has become exceedingly scarce. Size: Octavo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Oeuvre de Jean Holbein ou recueil de gravures. D'après ses plus beaux ouvrages, accompagnés d'explications historiques et critiques et de la vie de ce fameux peintre..Première partie: Le triomphe de la mort. Seconde partie: La passion de notre-Seigneur

      Basel: Chretian de Mechal. Very Good. 1780-1784. First. Full tree calf. Hinges professionally reinforced; chip to head of spine. ; Part One: The Dance of Death including 47 engravings on twelve plates followed by two folio plates: "Triumphus divitiarum" & "Triumphus paupertatis" Part Two: The Passion of Christ comprising 13 folio plates including engraved title.; Folio .

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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 EVIDENCE.

      London. 1780. - ix,[1],191,cix pp. plus six folding maps (some with original coloring of troop movements) and one folding table. Contemporary three-quarter calf and marbled boards; rebacked to style. Corners bumped, boards rubbed. Bookplates on front endpapers. First map torn at gutter, neatly repaired with tissue. Some light scattered foxing, but generally quite clean. About very good. Second edition of Burgoyne's defense of his conduct as the 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 responds to the inquiry of the House of Commons, demonstrating that the forces he was given were not sufficient to perform the task. This is the most important source for the campaign, illustrated with excellent maps, mostly depicting the Saratoga battle. HOWES B968, "aa." SABIN 9255. AMERICAN CONTROVERSY 80-12b. NEBENZAHL, BATTLE PLANS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 48 (note).

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        ETAT du régiment des Gardes Françaises du Roi à la revue de Sa Majesté. En mai 1780.

      Paris, Lamesle, 1780, - in-16, 89 pp., maroquin rouge, dos lisse fleuredelysé, triple filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, tranches dorées (rel. de l'époque). Petit travail de ver sur le mors supérieur, traces de choc sans gravité sur le plat inférieur.

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        Vue de la Ville de Zürich. Prise sur le Lac, A.P.D.R. Kupferstich Zürich von der Enge aus, mit Blick auf die Stadt. Gezeichnet von Nicolas Alexis Perignon. Gestochen von Decquevauviller.

      . Bildgrösse: 22x35 cm. In schönem über Eckvergoldenen Glasrahmen 42x53 cm. Blatt ist etwas stockfleckig.. Erschienen in Zurlauben, Baron de Beat Fidel, Tableaux topographiques, pittoresques, physiques de la Suisse, Paris, Clousier, 1780 - 1788.

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        A treatise of algebra, in two books. Book I. Containing the fndamental principles of this art, together with all the practical rules of operation. Book II. Containing a great variety of problems, in the most important branches of mathematics . The second edition

      J. Nourse, London 1780 - Second edition, 8vo, pp. viii, 527, [1]; 13 folding plates of diagrams; recent calf-backed marbled boards, new endpapers; contemporary ownership signatures of Wm. Adam and Wm. Pease on title page; a nice copy. First published in 1764, Emerson's mathematical text for young students was "found too advanced for their alleged purpose, the explanations and demonstrations being far too concise to be readily understood by the young" (DNB VI, p. 769). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "A treatise of algebra, in two books. Book I. Containing the fndamental principles of this art, together with all the practical rules of operation. Book II. Containing a great variety of problems, in the most important branches of mathematics ... The second edition"

      London: J. Nourse. 1780. "Second edition, 8vo, pp. viii, 527, [1]; 13 folding plates of diagrams; recent calf-backed marbled boards, new endpapers; contemporary ownership signatures of Wm. Adam and Wm. Pease on title page; a nice copy. First published in 1764, Emerson's mathematical text for young students was ""found too advanced for their alleged purpose, the explanations and demonstrations being far too concise to be readily understood by the young"" (DNB VI, p. 769)."

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        Two English coins owned by Major John André, given by him to his jailer prior to his hanging as a British spy, with manuscript illustrations, map, and account detailing the events leading up to André?s capture<br>

      Original drawings in ink and watercolor and an Autograph Manuscript unsigned, almost all in pencil, 9? x 5.5?, mounted on a card. To the left of the manuscript is a hand drawn map of the Hudson River from Tappan north to West Point in ink and watercolor. A snake is the grass is slithering behind the map. Identifications are in ink, such as is ?Andre landed at the Clove,? ?André Taken,? ?Smith?s House,? ?Tellers Point,? and ?Robinson?s House.? The location on the Hudson River of the ?Vulture,? André?s two-masted sloop of war, is noted, with a tiny drawing. There are finely executed drawings of Smith?s House and Robinson?s House, and a skillfully executed copy of John André?s self-portrait which was found among his effects. A 2.25? x 3? left-profile bust sketch of Benedict Arnold is at the lower left on an extension to the card. This item is very difficult to date and attribute. The lengthy manuscript begins in ink: ?Sep 21 to Oct. 1, 1780, ten days, began & finished Andre?s Traged

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        LEIPZIG: Gesamtansicht, um 1780, Kupferstich, koloriert, 16x27 cm

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        ITALIEN: VENEDIG: Markusplatz, um 1780, Kupferstich, altkoloriert, Guckkastenblatt, selten, 29x41 cm

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        Framed 18th century vue d?optique of Venice, ?Vue Generale de la Ville de Venise,? published in Paris

      Paris, c.1780 Copperplate engraving titled ?Vue Generale de la Ville de Venise,? 16? x 10.25? (visible), matted and framed to 23? x 17?. Handcolored at time of publication in Paris by Daumont in the rue St. Martin. These kind of perspective views (vues d?optique) became extremely popular in Europe in the second half of the 18th century. Publishers would use a zograscope, a device with a lens and mirror, to give an illusion of depth to hand colored engravings.

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        CERVANTES Saavedra, Miguel de - El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha

      Joaquin Ibarra 1780 CERVANTES Saavedra, Miguel de. El ingenioso hidalgo do Quixote de la Mancha... Nueva edicion por la Real Academia Espanola. Madrid, Joaquin Ibarra, 1780. 4 volumi in - 4° grande, legatura in pieno vitello avana marmorizzato coeva, dorso con doppio tassello rosso e verde o decorazioni in oro, piani con inquadratura a secco dorata, taglio roseo. Vol. I: Antiporta allegorica incisa, xiv, (2) pp., ritratto del Cervantes inciso da Manuel Salvador y Carmona, CCXXIV, 199 pp. e 6 tavole f.t. incise in rame da Carmona, Gil. Selma e Moles. Vol. II: (4), 418 pp., con antiporta incisa da Selma e 9 tavole f.t. incise da Fabregat, Ballester, Carmona e Selma. Vol. III: (2), xiv, 306 pp. con antiporta incisa da Muntaner, Barcelon, Selma, Ballester e Fabregat. Vol. IV: (4), 346 pp. con antiporta incisa da De la Cruz e 9 tavole f.t. incise da Ballester, Muntaner, Fabregat e Selma, oltre una carta geografica ripiegata in fine. Complessivamente, 4 antiporte, 14 iniziali, 22 testate e 20 finalini n.t. e 31 tavole f.t., il tutto finemente inciso in rame. E' questa la più celebre edizione del Don Chisciotte, vero capolavoro di arte tipografica. Cette édition est un vrai chef - d' oeuvre typographique; on la enrichie de la vie de Cervantes et de l' analyse de son roman par Vicente de los Rios. Les gravures sont presque toujours sans lettre, et l' on prétend meme que les épreuves où la lettre se trouve sont les premières tirees (Brunet, I, 1749). Cohen - Ricci, 103. Cat. Salvà, 1564. Cat. Heredia, 1208. Palau, II, 146. Ruiz Lasala, Juaquin Ibarra y Marin, p. 162. Updike, Printing types, II, p. 73: The finest edition which Spain has produced and perhaps altogether the most estimable one we have...

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        La Georgica tradotta in ottava rima dal Sig. Conte Lorenzo Tornieri nobile vicentino. Dedicata al Nobil Sig. Conte Agostino Negri.

      per Francesco Modena,, in Vicenza, 1780 - Cm. 26, pp. (2) 168 (4). Vignetta al centro del frontespizio con blasone del dedicatario, il Conte Agostino Negri. Quattro belle tavole f.t. incise in rame da Cristoforo Dall'Acqua. Legatura coeva in cart. alla rustica con dorso ricoperto in carta dipinta. Titoli ms. su tassello (recente?). Bell'esemplare, fresco, marginoso ed impresso su carta forte. Elegante edizione vicentina del volgarizzamento del Tornieri (1751-1834) delle "Georgiche", inclusa dal Morazzoni nel suo repertorio sui figurati veneziani del '700, ancorché impressa a Vicenza. Morazzoni, p. 171: "C. Dall&#146;Acqua è a disposizione degli stampatori F. Modena e Turra di Vicenza e prepara loro tavole, testate e finali, che per il concorso di D. Rossi e A. Vecchia possono essere citati come documento della penetrazione neoclassica nel Veneto. I libri di questi due stampatori, parchi di testate e amanti delle tavole a piene pagine, molto si avvicinano a quelli del veneziano Palese: si vegga la Georgica di Virgilio tradotta da Lorenzo Nieri [sic]". Mambelli, 964. Gamba, 2497. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        TRAVELS THROUGH SPAIN, WITH A VIEW TO ILLUSTRATE THE NATURAL HISTORY AND PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THAT KINGDOM

      G. Robinson, Londres, London, UK 1780 - Primera edición mucho mas apreciada que la seguna de Dublin un año posterior. Gran ecuadernación editorial en plena piel con un tejuelo en rojo y oro con el título de la obra. Ruedas decoradas con motivos florales con cuatro flores de Lys en cada esquina. Canto superior dorado. Entrenervios bellamente decorados. Guardas y contraguardas con papel marmoleado. Frontispicio con un grabado del Rey Carlos III. En segunda hoja de respeto otro de Minerva con una dedicatoria. Mapa plegado de España decorado con un leon en la esquina inferior derecha. Seis grabados mas a plena pagina que contienen. I.- The arbustus uva urfi, to face. II.-The Great and Bear. III.-The Created Falcon. IV.-Arch of Fernan Gonazales, in Burgos. V.- The Cathedral of Burgos. VI.-Tower and Giralda of Sevilla. Completo. Excelente papel , limpio y amplio de márgenes. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Tour in Ireland: with General Observations on the Present State of that Kingdom: made in the Years 1776, 1777, and 1778. And brought down to the end of 1779. (Two Volume Set)

      Dublin: Printed By George Bonham for Messrs. Whitestone, Sleator, Sheppard, Williams, Burnet, Wilson, Jenkin, Wogan, Vallance, White, Beatty, Byrn and Burton, 1780. Leather. Very Good. Leather. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Complete matched set: Vol. 1 - xxxii introductory pages, 416 text pages, folding frontispiece; Vol. 2 in two parts w Pt 1 - 287 pages, Pt 2 - 232 pages, five-page index. A separate engraving of Young is laid in to volume two. Original leather covers with gilt titled red morocco spine labels. Sound bindings; hinges cracked. Clean pages; minor foxing to endpapers and frontispiece. Owner&#39;s name in the top margin of the title pages. Expected wear to covers. The Dublin printing by Bonham preceded Cadell&#39;s London edition. Arthur Young, a well-regarded agricultural writer, published tours of England, Ireland and France, which combined travel diaries with agricultural information and social commentary. His Tour of Ireland is the classic, authoritative examination of 18th century Irish life.

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        Festgesellschaft zur Feier der Künste im Palast der Musen auf dem Olymp.

      . Aquarell von Chr. Fr. Wiegand, Leipzig, um 1780, 53 x 68 cm.. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXV, S. 529 über den Schüler A.F. Oesers: Bilder u.a. "im Stadtgeschichtlichen Museum Leipzig (Aquarell-Kopie nach dem von Oeser gemalten Vorhang des Theaters auf der Rannischen Bastei)". Laut freundlicher Auskunft von Frau Dura vom Stadtgeschichtlichen Museum Leipzig ist unser Aquarell das Gegenstück zu dem bei Thieme-Becker erwähnten, das sich nach wie vor im Besitz des Leipziger Museums befindet. Die Figur links neben der linken Säule mit dem Rücken zum Betrachter soll nach zeitgenössischen Berichten Shakespeare darstellen. - Vor einem Tempel in der Art des Pantheon mit seitlichen, halbkreisförmigen Kolonnaden hat sich zur Feier der Künste eine Festgesellschaft versammelt, bestehend aus mehreren männlichen Teilnehmern, z.T. mit Theatermasken, sowie den Musen, von denen die verhüllte Melpomene (links) einen Lorbeerkranz an der Statue des Aischylos(?), die heitere Thalia Blumenkränze an der des Aristophanes(?) niederlegt. Im Vordergrund spielen Amoretten mit Musikinstumenten neben zwei weiteren Musen, links eine Amorette beim Malen eines hochformatigen Gemäldes, rechts betritt Himeros, der Doppelgänger des Eros, die Szene mit Bogen und brennender Fackel, am Himmel schweben die drei Chariten bzw. Grazien sowie weitere Amoretten mit Lorbeerkränzen, in der Tempelhalle im Hintergrund eine Statue der Venus(?). - Vollausgeführte Arbeit mit zahlreichen Bezügen und Anspielungen von grosser dekorativer Wirkung. Sehr aufwendig gerahmt.

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        CERVANTES Saavedra, Miguel de-El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha

      Joaquin Ibarra, Madrid 1780 - CERVANTES Saavedra, Miguel de. El ingenioso hidalgo do Quixote de la Mancha. Nueva edicion por la Real Academia Espanola. Madrid, Joaquin Ibarra, 1780. 4 volumi in-4° grande, legatura in pieno vitello avana marmorizzato coeva, dorso con doppio tassello rosso e verde e decorazioni in oro, piani con inquadratura a secco dorata, taglio roseo. Vol. I: Antiporta allegorica incisa, xiv, (2) pp., ritratto del Cervantes inciso da Manuel Salvador y Carmona, CCXXIV, 199 pp. e 6 tavole f.t. incise in rame da Carmona, Gil. Selma e Moles. Vol. II: (4), 418 pp., con antiporta incisa da Selma e 9 tavole f.t. incise da Fabregat, Ballester, Carmona e Selma. Vol. III: (2), xiv, 306 pp. con antiporta incisa da Muntaner, Barcelon, Selma, Ballester e Fabregat. Vol. IV: (4), 346 pp. con antiporta incisa da De la Cruz e 9 tavole f.t. incise da Ballester, Muntaner, Fabregat e Selma, oltre una carta geografica ripiegata in fine. Complessivamente, 4 antiporte, 14 iniziali, 22 testate e 20 finalini n.t. e 31 tavole f.t., il tutto finemente inciso in rame. E' questa la più celebre edizione del Don Chisciotte, vero capolavoro di arte tipografica. Cette édition est un vrai chef-d' oeuvre typographique; on la enrichie de la vie de Cervantes et de l' analyse de son roman par Vicente de los Rios. Les gravures sont presque toujours sans lettre, et l' on prétend meme que les épreuves où la lettre se trouve sont les premières tirees (Brunet, I, 1749). Cohen-Ricci, 103. Cat. Salvà, 1564. Cat. Heredia, 1208. Palau, II, 146. Ruiz Lasala, Juaquin Ibarra y Marin, p. 162. Updike, Printing types, II, p. 73: The finest edition which Spain has produced and perhaps altogether the most estimable one we have. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Reis naar de legerplaats van den grooten Emir, en Beschrijving, van de zeeden en gewoonten, der woestyn-bewoonende Arabieren.

      Utrecht, Henrik van Otterloo, 1780.. 8vo. XL, 384, (16) pp. With engr. view on title by de Vries, 1 other vignette and 3 full-pages engravings by Isaak de Wit Jansz. 8vo. Half calf with giltstamped spine label.. First Dutch edition of d'Arvieux's "Voyage [...] dans la Palestine" (first published posthumously in French in 1717). Well-versed in Arabic, Turkish, Persian, Hebrew and Syriac languages and dressed in local costume, d'Arvieux travelled widely in the Levant. He resided in Sidon (or Saida) from 1653 to 1664, when he was sent on a mission to the Islamic communities of Mount Carmel, which is narrated in the present work. Praised by Niebuhr, the account includes a general description of the traditions and customs of nomadic tribes and is illustrated with 3 fine plates, showing an Arabian horseman, the Emir and the Emir's wife. - Binding rubbed and extremeties worn, slight browning due to paper. - Röhricht (Palestine) p. 268, no. 1113. Tiele 55. Cf. Röhricht (Pilgerreisen) 599. Atabey 38. Blackmer 50 (1st French ed. 1717). Gay 3453. Weber II, 337.

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        Biographical Memoirs of Medicine in Great Britain From the Revival of Literature to the Time of Harvey

      Joseph Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London 1780 - xii, 338pp + index. Bound by Maltby, Oxford. G+ : in Good condition plus. Rebound with new eps. Minor rubbing to spine. Light scattered foxing. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons Quarter leather marbled board cover [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Abrege de l'histoire generale des voyages.

      . Vols. 1-21. (lacking vol. 20). Paris: Hotel de Thou 1780. With 70 engr. plates (14 folding). Contp. mottled calf, spines rubbed and with slight wear. * Brunet III, 771. Sabin X, 26..

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