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        The Lives of the most Eminent English Poets; with Critical Observations on their Works

      UK: London. London, C.Bathurst, J.Buckland, W.Strahan et al., 1781. First authorised separate edition complete in four volumes. Very good condition throughout. Rebacked with original boards. Some toning throughout both most pages very nice, foxing and tape burn to endpapers on all volumes, short owner's names and the odd area of wear. A nice set overall, particularly with the high quality rebacking. . Very Good. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1781.

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        Historia de la villa de Pedro Muñoz, que es una del priorato de Santiago de Uclés en el Reyno de Toledo y provincia de la Mancha Alta

      Madrid, Manuel Martín 1781 - 4º menor (20,3 x 14 cm.) 10 h. inc. port., 187 p. Holandesa del siglo XIX, lomo con nervios, hierros dorados y doble tejuelo. Magnífico ejemplar, muy limpio y en perfecto estado. Dice el autor en el prólogo: “Habiendo determinado escribir la historia de la Villa de Pedro Muñoz, me pareció hacerlo en forma de diálogo, pues siendo escasas las noticias que han quedado, principalmente de los tiempos de su primitiva población, se podrán historiar así con mayor diversión. Divídola en tres coloquios, en el primero pongo lo que pertenece a lo civil, en e segundo lo perteneciente a lo esclesiástico y en el tercero la noticia de los sugetos (sic) que ha producido dignos de memoria.” Palau, 154980 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Maritime School on the Banks of the Thames, for the Education of the Sons of such Sea Officers, and others, as may be intended for the King's, the East India Company's, or the Merchants Service [caption title]

      [Chelsea, England?: no publisher. circa 1780s]. Small quarto pamphlet, approximately 6.75" x 3.5". 19, [1, blank] pp., A--B[4], C1--C[ 2]. Stitched, without wrappers, later (?) paper reinforcement strip to spine. First leaf slightly dust-soiled, very good. This pamphlet serves as a continuation of a proposal first made in1777 to establish at Chelsea a naval training school for young English boys. The school was the brainchild of English philanthropist andmerchant Jonas Hanway. The objectives of the school were to train young boys for the Royal Navy, and to ensure the children of fallenofficers who had died in serving their country could receive a naval education. The details of the institution and its benefits for King,country, and character are herein outlined. Pages 13--19 record a lengthy list of subscribers; many, quite obviously, with title, status, and notable standing.Not on ESTC, COPAC, or OCLC. A variant example, in seventeen pages, held by the National Maritime Museum in England, has a similar, but variant title, and suggests a date of 1781. We suspect NMM's example chronologically preceded this present example. Other Maritime School on the Banks of the Thames pamphlets are recorded, but not with this title's wording. Additionally, they often appear to post-date this present example which is apparently unrecorded. Of the other editions, not one mentions in the caption title that the school was intended for training individuals who would then serve with the East India Company. A curious anomaly? .

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        The Elements of Euclid, viz. The First Six books,

      1781. EUCLID. The Elements of Euclid, viz. The First Six books, Together with the Eleventh and Twelfthe. In this Edition, the Errors, by which Theon, or others, have long ago Vitiated these Books, are Corrected, And some of Euclid's Demonstrations are Restored. By Robert Simson, M.D. Professor of Mathematics in the University of Glassgow. [8], 466, [2], 38 pp. Illustrated with 3 folding engraved plates, numerous woodcut text figs. 8vo., 205 x 130 mm, bound in contemporary English full calf, gilt-ruled spine, gilt- stamped red morocco spine label. Glasgow: Andrew Foulis, 1781.A handsome octavo version of The Elements of Euclid printed by the famous Glasgow University printers Robert (1707-76) and Andrew Foulis (1712-75) first issued in quarto in 1756. Best known for their simple yet elegant printings of carefully edited classics, this work is no exception. Dr. Robert Simson's corrections and additions to Theon and early editors in this edition were among the most important in clarifying Euclid's theorems.In addition, Simson's demonstrations were among the most clearly illustrated. Simple in-text woodcut diagrams appear next to the geometrical ideas they highlight in a harmonious mise en page. Some slight wear to the binding, still a fine crisp copy, and presumably one of the copies which Gaskell referes to as being printed on slightly better paper. PROVENANCE: Andras Gédéon with his ex-libris on front paste-down. In 2006 Gédéon published a book entitled: Science and Technology in Medicine: Based on Ninety-nine Landmark Publications form Five Centuries using his own library as source material.Gaskell 648.

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        über Gegenstände der schönen Wissenschaften.

      Mchn., Strobl, 1781.. Erster Band. 19 x 11,5 cm. 2 Bl., 363 S. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz von J.A. Zimmermann und gestoch. Vignette auf dem Titelblatt. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rvergoldung und Rsch.. Maillinger Bd. I, Nr. 1355. - Das Frontispiz mit Widmung "Patri Patriae", d.h. an Kurfürst Karl Theodor. - Der erste Band der Akademie der schönen Künste in München enthält folgende Abhandlungen: "Ueber die Stärke des Menschen im gesellschaftlichen Stande" von Alexander Graf Savioli Corbelli, "Von der Wirkung der Dichtkunst auf die Sitten der Völker in alten und neuen Zeiten" von J.G. Herder, "Vom Einfluß der schönen in die höhern Wissenschaften" von J.G. Herder, "Ueber die Singspiele" von Joachim Schuhbauer und "Ueber das Studium der Kupferstecherey" von Ludwig Fronhofer. - Angebunden: (Dalberg, Karl Theodor von) "Von dem Einflusse der Wissenschaften und schönen Künste in Beziehung auf öffentliche Ruhe", Erfurt bei Georg Adam Keyser, 1793. - Einband gering berieben. Selten.

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        Ueber Sprache, Wissenschaft und Geschmack der Teutschen. XVI, 328 S. Pappbd d. Z. (Kapitale und Kanten beschabt) mit (defektem) Rückenschild.

      Leipzig, Dyk, 1781.. . Erste Ausgabe dieser hervorragenden Verteidigung der deutschen Sprache, neben Blankenburgs und Moritz' Abhandlungen der bedeutendste Beitrag über die deutsche Sprache im 18. Jahrhundert. Angeregt durch Friedrichs d. Gr. Traktat 'De la litterature allemande' war diese eigentlich nur Anlass, sich über die verschiedenen einschlägigen Themen auszusprechen. "Die politische Zuspitzung seines polemischen, gegen die antinationalen Weisungen Friedrichs II. gerichteten Traktats, die Erkenntnis, daß 'die politische Verfassung des deutschen Reiches das Nationalinteresse und den Nationalreichtum in Stücke und Stückchen' zerteile, die Eigenart der künstlerischen Form, die Fülle von treffenden Bildern, der Wechsel von gelehrter Erörterung und satirischer Anprangerung - alles verleiht dem Traktat Wirksamkeit und Originalität " (Tronskaja, Die dt. Prosasatire der Aufklärung, Berlin 1969). - Etwas gebräunt, Titel mit gelöschtem Eintrag, recto und verso mit Stempel. Selten! - Goed. IV 1, 924, 23. McKnight II 4. Kippenberg I 1458. Nicht bei Borst.

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        Arrest de la cour du Parlement, qui fait défenses à toutes personnes de s'assembler ni de s'attrouper, sous quelque prétexte que ce puisse être, le jour de la Pentecôte, pour danser dans la place publique & boire dans les cabarets [...]

      Extraordinary meeting of 120 judgments concerning essentially the rules of public life. Handwritten pagination and table of contents premettant consult the various pieces of this collection. Full marbled calf period. Back tooled raised, wheels and tail head. Part of title in red morocco. A lack in mind. Friction. A dull corner. Besides many regulations of public space, including the disruption of public order (drinks, games, music, gatherings ...) the obligations of hotels and inns; various judgments also apply to merchants, and some publications; we particularly distinguish a judgment condemning philosophical History of the Indies by Raynal to be slashed and burned. Very interesting set which tracks public life under Louis XVI, and many regulations pout all things such as the prohibition to kill calves for slaughter less than three weeks. Chez P. G. Simon ; Imprimerie royale A Paris 1781 - 1783 In 4 (19x26cm) 700pp. relié

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        Oeuvres posthumes de Jean - jacques Rousseau ou recueil de pièces manuscrites ; pour servir de supplément aux éditions publiées pendant sa vie

      Collective First edition, rare. S.n. A Genève 1781- 1789 10 tomes en 10 Vol. in 8 (12x20cm) reliés

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        Landschaft am See mit Bäumen und einem Reiter im Vordergrund.

      . Radierung, auf Velin. 17:22,8 cm. Unfertiger Druck mit zahlreichen eigenhändigen Bleistiftkorrekturen, mit ca. 2-3 cm breitem Rand, etwas stockfleckig, Löchlein innerhalb der Darstellung. Provenienz: Sammlung Friedrich August von Sachsen, Lugt 971. Literatur: Weigel III, 17356.. Die als Landschaftszeichnerin und Radiererin tätige Künstlerin heiratete 1781 in Düsseldorf den bekannten Maler J.P. von Langer (1756-1824), dessen Schülerin sie auch war, und übersiedelte 1806 mit diesem nach München. Ihr Porträt radierte 1816 M. Ellenrieder (1791-1863) nach einem Gemälde von J.P. von Langer.

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        Les Essais De Michel, Seigneur De Montaigne *3 Volumes*

      (full book description) Depens De La Compagnie, Amsterdam, Holland, 1781. New Edition Good+, Hard Cover, DJ Not Issued. Size=5"x7", 2026pgs. Frontis. FRENCH TEXT. New Edition as designated by "Novelle Edition on all 3 Title Pages. 3 volumes complete. Marbled boards & spine, red page ends, red spine labels. 3/4" cover chip Volume 1 head of spine, top page ends dull, endpapers very slightly so, o.w. clean and tight. No ink names, bookplates etc. Amazingly bright and except for a very few 1/4" faint brown spots in text pages are bright and Near Fine condition. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CARTA CRITICA DEL BACHILLER GIL PORRAS DE MACHUCA. A LOS RR. PP. MOHEDANOS SOBRE LA HISTORIA LITERARIA QUE PUBLICAN. Se hacen ver los errores de la Historia literaria en la inteligencia de los Autores antiguos; las materias incoherentes que trata; las aserciones que dá por demostradas i no prueba; las inconsecuencias en que cae, i la injusticia con que censura á los principales Historiadores Españoles Zurita, Morales, Mariana, Mondéjar, etc.

      Imp. Real de la Gazeta. Madrid, 1781 - . 21 cm. 2 h., 105 pág., 3 h. [Sigue:] REFLEXIONES CRITICAS DEL LIC. COSME BERRUGUETE I MAZA sobre el tomo octavo de la Historia literaria. Continuacion á los reparos del Bachiller Gil Porras, i defensa de Don Nicolás Antonio sobre las omisiones i yerros que el imputan los RR.PP. Mohedanos. Imp. Isidoro de Hernández Pacheco. Madrid, 1783. 98 pág. [Sigue:] RAJAS Y PEÑALOZA, Fulgencio de. CARTA MISIVA DEL DOCT. FULGENCIO DE RAJAS I PEÑALOSA A DON JOSEF SUAREZ DE TOLEDO I COMAPAÑIA SOBRE LA DEFENSA DE LA HISTORIA LITERARIA que han publicado contra el Bachiller Gil Porras. Se convencen los yerros de la historia i de la defensa en la inteligencia de los AA. antiguos; impertinencia de las materias que tratan. Id. Id., 1784. [4] 183 pág. Tres obras enc. en un vol. en pasta española de época, nervios, tejuelo, lomera cuajada. * Gil Porras de Machuca, Cosme Berruguete y Maza y Fulgencio de Rajas y Peñalosa son seudónimos de Ignacio López de Ayala, quien escribió estas obras como crítica a la Historia literaria de Rodríguez Mohedano. Palau 233035, 28109 y 246441-2. CCPB 266044, CCPB000204362-9 y CCPB000058164-X . Literatura castellana. Crítica literaria Crítica literària i història de la literatura Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español

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        The Works of Alexander Monro, M.D. Fellow of the Royal Society, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and Late Professor of Medicine and Anatomy in the University of Edinburgh. Published by His Son, Alexander Monro,

      Edinburgh Charles Elliot 1781. Upper board missing with contents commencing at title page. Lower board detached. Spine rubbed. Occasional ex.-lib. stamp of Royal College of Physicians. Plates with some light browning but overall clear. Contents firm and in good condition First Edition Leather cover 300mm x 250mm (12" x 10"). xxiv, 791pp. 7 fold out copper plate engravings.

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        The New British Traveller, The National Omnibus and General Advertiser

      Alex Hogg, George Cowie 1781 - Two titles bound together at a later date. The first is The New British Traveler, or a complete modern universal display of Great Britain and Ireland printed for Alex Hogg at the Kings Arms, 16 Paternoster Row, undated but believed to be 1781. The other is a set of weekly publication from 1831-1833 entitled The National Omnibus and General Advertiser and subtitled A journal of literature, science, music, theatricals and fine arts. Each consists of about 6 sheets with adverts, reviews of books poems and articles printed in a 3 column format. There are a few small illustrations. 67 issues are present being # 14 dated 30 Sept 1831 to # 80 from 4th Jan 1833 (dated in error 4 Jan 1832). The year 1832 is complete. The the British Traveler is a work of 520pp and is extensively illustrated with upwards of 150 engravings of famous houses of the day, views of towns, county maps and prominent persons. As stated the book has been rebound probably around 1833. The current binding is poor with the front board completely removed and spine loose. The rear board is badly scuffed and damaged around the edges and is nearly detached. The British Traveler frontispiece has a tear across most of it's width which has a good quality repair probably done at the time of the rebind. Similar damage and repair applies to the title page. Internally there is age related browning and spotting but many of the illustrations are free of these marks. Generally the internals are very good for a book of this age. No original end papers are present. The National Omnibus copies are generally free of damage. 237x370x85mmHeavy book. Extra carriage will be require for delivery and insurance charges. Limited illustration here. There are more images on the Oxfam on line site. Go to Oxfam GB and follow the links. Size: 237x370x85mm [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Marquis de la Fayette

      Paris: Chez l'auteur., 1781.. XXX. Copper engraving. Original colour. Fine condition Size: 20.5 x 33 cm. (8 x 13 inches) This attractive copper engraving is from Buchoz's 'Collection Coloriée des plus belles variétés de Tulipes' in Pierre Buchoz's supplement to the work Collection des Fleurs de la Chine & de l'Europe, & de tout l'Ouvrage. Buchoz or Buc'hoz (1731-1807) was born in Metz. At the age of 28, he was appointed physician to the King of Poland, but left his post to pursue his interest in botany.

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        Oeuvres posthumes de Jean - jacques Rousseau ou recueil de pièces manuscrites ; pour servir de supplément aux éditions publiées pendant sa vie

      S.n. 1781 - - S.n., A Genève 1781- 1789, 10 tomes en 10 Vol. in 8 (12x20cm), reliés. - Edition collective, rare. une autre édition des oeuvres posthumes est parue dans le même temps à Neuchatel chez Samuel fauche, elle diffère par quelques points. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé. dos à nerfs orné. pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Le tome X, paru en 1789 possède une reliure sensiblement différente, toujours en veau blond glacé, avec un triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Quelques coins émoussés et défauts minimes. Très bel exemplaire. Cette édition collective devait compléter la collection des oeuvres de Rousseau, mais devant les multiples éditions de Rousseau, cette dernière pose des problèmes. Elle comprend Les dialogues (Rousseau juge de Jean-Jacques, Les confessions (1782 en VI livres, à la suite des Lettres à M. de Malesherbes) et la suite des confessions (1789, tome X), ainsi que Les rêveries du promeneur solitaires à la suite de la première partie des Confessions. On ne sait si cette édition précède ou pas l'édition in-4 avec figures, mais elle semble préalable, puisque le premier volume date de 1781, et que l'édition in-4 commence en 1782. Il est possible que ce soit la toute première édition collective des Confessions, mais rien ne l'atteste. Encore faut-il déterminer si l'édition originale collective est la première édition originale des Confessions, ou s'il faut prendre en compte l'édition séparée in-8, certains bibliographes s'accordant sur le fait qu'une collective ne peut être une originale malgré l'antériorité. Outre ces grandes oeuvres, cette édition contient de multiples pièces dont une correspondance choisie, Emile et Sophie, Les amours de Milord Edouard Bomston, L'engagement téméraire (théâtre), la traduction de L'histoire de Tacite, La dissertation sur la musique moderne, Fragments pour un dictionnaire des termes en usage en botanique (Titre différent du Dictionnaire de botanique mais même oeuvre). La plupart de ces pièces semble paraître ici pour la première fois, si cette édition est bien antérieure à l'édition in-4 pour les oeuvres de 1782. Il faut noter que cette édition est également différente de l'édition collective In-8 parue dans le même temps que l'édition in-4, il y eut également une édition collective In-12 de 1782 à 1790 en 36 volumes à Neuchatel. Dans l'édition in-8 de Génève, similaire à l'édition in-4, La seconde partie des Confessions est de 1790, elle est ici de 1789. En outre les édition in-4 et in-8 de Genève possèdent des figures dont le tirage a nécessité plus de temps. Nombre de points tendraient à penser que cette édition collective est antérieure à toutes les autres, et qu'elle contient nombre d'originales, notamment Les Confessions, Les dialogues, Les rêveries et diverses pièces, elle est en tous les cas fort rare. Il est certain que cette édition pourvait venir s'adjoindre aux différentes éditions antérieure des oeuvres de Rousseau, notamment celle parue en 1772 chez Rey à Amsterdam. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Critik der reinen Vernunft.

      Riga, Hartknoch, 1781. 8vo. Very nice later (probably around 1920, signed "F. Dudik, Aachen) pastiche-binding of brown half calf with elaborate blindtooling and gild lettering to spine. A bit of wear to extremities, especially corners. A bit of soiling to inner blank margin of title-page. One tiny wormhole to blank margin of first four leaves. A very nice, clean, and fresh copy. (24), 856 pp.. Rare first edition of Kant's monumental main work, arguably the most important work in the history of philosophy since Aristotle.The "Critique of Pure Reason" took Kant about a decade to write, and the work is of the utmost scarcity. It is due to this work that Kant became world famous as one of the three or four greatest philosophers of all times, and the work fundamentally changed the face of philosophy. With this work philosophy is finally provided with a new and comprehensive way of dealing systematically with the problems of philosophy. "In 1770 Kant became professor of logic and metaphysics, and at this point there is a sudden falling off in number of his publications. The cause of this became clear eleven years later when "The Critique of Pure Reason" appeared; and with it Kant became famous. Kant's great achievement was to conclude finally the lines on which philosophical speculation had proceeded in the eighteenth century, and to open up a new and more comprehensive system of dealing with the problems of philosophy... The influence of Kant is paramount to the critical method of modern philosophy. No other thinker has been able to hold with such firmness the balance between speculative and empirical ideas. His penetrating analysis of the elements involved in synthesis, and the subjective process by which these elements are realized in the individual consciousness, demonstrated the operation of "pure reason", and the simplicity and cogency of his arguments achieved immediate fame." (PMM 226)

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        Revolutionary War-date Autographed Letter Signed

      Philadelphia, 1781. unbound. Autographed letter signed by Lawrence Morris to his brother Lewis regarding movement of British troops south from New York, which were in fact reinforcements to General Cornwallis from General Clinton. 7.5" x 9", 2 pages, signed "L. Morris." Philadelphia, May 28th, 1781. ...for if the enemy should lend their whole force to the southward, he will not be able to resist them. We have reports today that they are about to evacuate New York, that they intend for the southward...Their movements are more secret than our...

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        A Letter from Mr. Christian Mayer... On the Going of a New Pendulum Clock, made by Mr. John Arnold

      London: T. Becket, 1781. Quarto, 19 pp., final page advertisement for a work by John Arnold, a few spots; very good in neat modern paper boards with morocco spine label. Significant longitude publication. Very rare: one of very few publications to directly discuss the chronometers of John Arnold, and clearly published with his consent - and almost certainly with his involvement - this work was issued in very small numbers to puff the technical prowess of Arnold at a time when he was working on the revolution in chronometers that would culminate in "Arnold 36" of 1782, the first timepiece to actually be called a chronometer, and the forerunner of the viability of quantity production: by the mid-1780s 'Captains of the East India Company and the Royal Navy flocked to the chronometer factories' (Sobel, Longitude).Arnold (1736-1799) was the English watchmaker most responsible for making practical advances in the manufacture of chronometers. He had benefitted from the magnum opus of longitude, John Harrison's Principles of 1767, the publication of which was forced by Astronomer Royal Nevil Maskelyne, who first gave copies of the detailed plates to Larcum Kendall for the manufacture of K1, the chronometer taken on board Resolution for Cook's second voyage. Soon after, Maskelyne also gave a copy of Harrison's book to Arnold, who ultimately produced three chronometers which were also taken on board the Resolution. Kendall's was by far the superior timepiece, although Arnold's chances were not helped by the fact that one was allowed to go unwound (the fiery debate about whether this was the fault of William Wales helped fuel his acrimonious split with the Forsters).Arnold had a better business mind than Kendall, and was more aware of the practicalities of watch-design meaning that his "Arnold 36" of 1777 is considered the first modern chronometer. Arnold was also not only personally charming, but as this rare pamphlet neatly proves, a wonder at self-promotion. This work translates a laudatory essay by the German astronomer Christian Mayer, praising Arnold's work on a new pendulum clock at Manheim. The fact that this is in effect an extended advertisement is safely proven by the long translator's preface, which concludes triumphantly: 'While Mr. Arnold's improvements in clock-work may thus become serviceable to astronomers; that superior degree of perfection to which he had brought his Pocket Chronometers must be of the highest utility in geography and navigation... ships may now proceed on their voyages with a degree of certainty and expedition unhoped for and unknown to preceding navigators...'.

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        Compte rendu au Roi par M. Necker Directeur général des Finances Au mois de janvier 1781. Imprimé par ordre de sa MAjesté.

      A Paris de l?Imprimerie du Cabinet du Roi, 1781. In 4to (cm. 24,3); piena pelle maculata coeva. Tagli rossi. Antiporta allegorica incisa con la scritta ?Le Compte rendu?; altra antiporta incisa con ?Allegorie pour le Frontispice du Compte rendu au Roi...; pp. (4), 116 + una grande tabella ripiegata + 2 carte geografiche a colori ripiegate. (unito:) NECKER, J. Memoire donné au Roi par M. Necker e1778. Londres, 1781. In 8vo (cm. 21); pp. 32. EX libris. Einaudi, p. 604. Per la seconda opera, Kress, B.389 Prima edizione della rara tiratura stampata ?Cabinet du Roi? e particolare copia con 2 incisioni in antiporta non citate dalle bibliografie.

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        Ueber das Betragen in Nervenkrankheiten für Unerfahrne in der Arzneiwissenschaft

      Wien, Gerold 1781. 20 cm. 128 Seiten Festeinband, Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung - Blake 437 - Laehr II, 798 - Erstausgabe. Stunzer war Leibarzt des Erzherzogs Maximilian Franz von ?-sterreich (seit 1784 Kurfürst und Erzbischof von Köln). Aus dem Inhalt: Beschreibung der hypochondrischen und hysterischen Krankheit; Ob die Nervenkrankheit in der Einbildung bestehe oder eine wahre Krankheit sey; Von der Heilungsart der Hypochondrie mit Materie; Die Leidenschaften. Leicht gebräunt, am Schnitt vereinzelt Feuchtigkeitsränder. -

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        La Singulière. IIII.

      Paris: Chez l'auteur. 1781 - Copper engraving. Original colour. Framed*/7 Size: 205 × 330 mm. Mounted: 375 × 495 mm. Fine condition. This attractive copper engraving is from Buchoz's 'Collection Coloriée des plus belles variétés de Tulipes' in Pierre Buchoz's supplement to the work Collection des Fleurs de la Chine & de l'Europe, & de tout l'Ouvrage. Buchoz or Buc'hoz (1731-1807) was born in Metz. At the age of 28, he was appointed physician to the King of Poland, but left his post to pursue his interest in botany.

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