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        An inquiry into the state of medicine, on the principles of inductive philosophy. With an appendix; containing practical cases and observations.

      Edinburgh: for T. Longman and T. Cadell London; and C. Elliot Edinburgh 1781 - 8vo., xvi + (2) + 376pp., without a half-title, contemporary calf, appropriately rebacked, spine now gilt and labelled. A very good copy. First edition (or 1st ed. in English: see notes below). Robert Jones M.D., an Edinburgh doctor, was a pupil and fan of the eccentric John Brown (or Bruno), 1735/6-1788, the originator of the system of 'Brunonian' medicine. In 1780, Brown had published his Elementa medicinae> which was later elaborated in the Inquiry into the state of medicine> by his pupil Robert Jones. Indeed, the present work is dedicated 'To Dr Brown' with a sycophantic dedicatory letter. 'Sir, your enemies may oppose, disparage, and do their utmost to decry, yourself and your doctrine. But the nature of truth is such, that it needs only to be known, to beget conviction. The application of this to you is, that you have made a great and useful discovery; and which only wants time, and the exercise of your talents, to render it as universal, as it is important.' Deborah Brunton (Dict. of 18th century British Philosophers>, I, p.131) concluded that Brown's 'medical theories were too radical to be fully accepted in Britain', [although] 'his ideas were undoubtedly influential'. Jones's Inquiry> is significantly enhanced by several detailed accounts of the treatment regimes of a number of specific cases. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ein paar Tröpflein aus dem Brunnen der Wahrheit. Ausgegossen vor dem neuen Thaumaturgen Caljostros.

      Am Vorgebürge (d. i. Frankfurt, Brönner), 1781.. 46 S., 1 w. Bl. Rückenbroschur- Goed. IV/1, 587, (31), 17; Hayn, Vier neue Curiositätenbibliographien, Cagliostro 98: "Sehr selten!"; Wolfstieg 14362. - Der Autor Bode war Weimarer Hofrat, Freund und Förderer Goethes, den er in Abwesenheit des Meisters vom Stuhl in Loge Anna Amalia in Weimar aufgenommen hatte. Die kritische Schrift über den Hochstapler Cagliostro erzürnte Lavater, einen kritiklosen Bewunderer des sizilianischen Scharlatans. An einen an Goethe gerichteten Brief beschwerte er sich vehement über den für ihn anonymen Verfasser. Der Dichterfürst sah Cagliostro durchaus sehr kritisch, anfänglich gar als Gefahr für Europa, später mehr als Witzfigur, den er literarisch mehrfach verarbeitete (u. a. als "Groß-Cophta"). - Tadelloses Exemplar!

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        B "Vue du Cháteau du cote du Levant, avec une partie du grand pont et la St Statue Equestre de Guillaume le Grand. - Dédieé à Son Altesse serénissime, Monseigneur le Duc Ferdinand de Brunswic et Lunebourg".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. u. v. Jean ( Johann Georg ) Rosenberg b. Morino & Company, dat. 1781, 39,5 x 64,5 Ernst, Rosenberg, J.G., Nr. 8; Kiewitz 1043, Rave, Nr. 11. - 2. Zustand mit Dedikation. - Blick von der Burgstraße über die Lange Brücke zum Schloß. Mittig ( vorne ) das Denkmal des Großen Kurfürsten auf der Langen Brücke ( oder Kurfürstenbrücke ), links - hinter dem Denkmal - der kurfürstliche Marstall.

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        Vue du Marché de Hack, du Pont de Spandau de l'Eglise Sophie dans l'eloignement, prise du Côté de la nouvelle Rue de Frederic. Dediée . Monsieur de Blumenthal, Ministre d'Etat & de guerre .

      - kol. Kupferstich v. J. ( Johann Georg ) Rosenberg b. Morino & Company, dat. 1781, 40 x 66 Ernst, Rosenberg, J.G., Nr. 9; Kiewitz 1052; Rave 6. - 1. Zustand vor der Nummerierung. Mit Verlegeradresse und Dedication. - Der Beobachter steht auf der Straße "An der Spandauer Brücke"/Ecke Neue Friedrichstraße und blickt über den ehemaligen Festungsgraben zum Hackeschen Markt, der den Namen nach dem General Hans Christoph v. Hake erhielt, 1749 Kommandant in Berlin. Im Hintergr. mittig die Sophienkirche. Auf der Spandauer Brücke zahlreiche Baumaterialien, die wohl für den Neubau dieser Brücke verwendet werden sollten ( erfolgte 1785 ). Mittig zeigt die Ansicht die stattlichen Häuser des Hackeschen Marktes, deren größtes das "Kleinsche Haus" war.

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        Nouveau traité de navigation, contenant la théorie pratique du pilotage.

      Veuve Desaint, Paris 1781 - Plein veau de l'époque. Dos à cinq nerfs, orné et doré, portant la pièce de titre. In-8 (19,5x12,7 cm). [1]ff. (faux-titre), [1]ff. de titre, La pagination se poursuit, comme sur les exemplaires que nous avons pu examiner, de pp.vii à xxxii, 376 pp., [52] ff., 12 planches dépliantes sur 13 (n° 9 manque) Reliure frottée avec quelques restaurations sur les plats. Coiffe de tête manquante. Un mors fendillé au dernier caisson. Légère mouillure angulaire. La mention "nouveau traité" fait référence au "Traité complet de navigation", publié par le père de l'auteur, Jean Bouguer, en 1698. Pierre Bouguer (1698-1758) fut professeur d'hydrographie au Croisic, puis au Havre. Il succèda à Pierre Louis Maupertuis comme géomètre associé à l'Académie des Sciences. Cette nouvelle édition a été revue et corrigé par l'abbé de La Caille. Polak, 1053 (Autre édition) ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full calf. Spine gilt in six compartments with raised bands, titled in gilt on lettering-piece. 8vo (7,6x5 inches) of xxxii pp., 376 pp., [52] ff., 12 (on 13) folding plates (Lack n.9). Few defects to binding. Head of spine missing. Pierre Bouguer (1698-1758) was professor of hydrography at Croisic, then to Le Havre. He succeeded Pierre Louis Maupertuis as associate geometer of the Academy of Sciences. This rare new edition has been revised and abridged by Abbe de la Caille. Polak, 1053 (Autre édition) In 8 636g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        B "Vue du Cháteau du cote du Levant, avec une partie du grand pont et la St Statue Equestre de Guillaume le Grand. - Dédieé à Son Altesse serénissime, Monseigneur le Duc Ferdinand de Brunswic et Lunebourg".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. u. v. Jean ( Johann Georg ) Rosenberg b. Morino & Company, dat. 1781, 39,5 x 64,5 Ernst, Rosenberg, J.G., Nr. 8; Kiewitz 1043, Rave, Nr. 11. - 2. Zustand mit Dedikation. - Blick von der Burgstraße über die Lange Brücke zum Schloß. Mittig ( vorne ) das Denkmal des Großen Kurfürsten auf der Langen Brücke ( oder Kurfürstenbrücke ), links - hinter dem Denkmal - der kurfürstliche Marstall. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Jason et Medee Ballet Tragique. Etching and aquatint engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi (1727-1815) after Nathaniel Dance (1735-1811)

      John Boydell, London 1781 - 416 x 468 mm. Printed in sepia ink.This satirical print depicts a scene from a ballet by Jean-Georges Noverre for a performance in London: Gaetano Vestris (?1729-1808) poses between two female dancers, Giovanna Baccelli (?-1801) as Creusa and Adelaide Simonet (fl. 1776-1791) as Medea, who holds a dagger. Three wind players (two oboists and a flutist) perform below front center stage with five measures of music from the ballet beneath.Slightly soiled; minor restoration to upper and lower center; lightly creased at central fold; laid down onto mounting board; trimmed to just within platemark. In a very good state of preservation. One of the best-known and most desirable of 18th century dance prints. Rare. Stephens & George: Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum 5910. NYPL b12145882.The ballet Jason et Médée, with music by Jean-Joseph Rodolphe (1730-1812) and choreography by Noverre (1727-1810), was first performed in London in 1781; it had been performed at the Paris Opéra a year earlier, in 1780. "Imperious and vain, "The French Rose [Vestris]" was nevertheless recognized as a brilliant dancer. He was regularly praised for his noble style, ease, lightness, and precision. He was called the "God of the Dance" by his brother Giovanni Battista, and the nickname was picked up by his followers." Highfill et al., Vol. 15, pp. 146-148.Baccelli made her debut at the King's Theatre on November 8, 1774 in Pirhame et Thisbe and Le ballet de fleur. "On 29 March 1781, she danced the role of Creusa in [the first London performance of] Medée et Jason, one of the great ballets by Noverre which in this London production the elder Vestris cavalierly took credit for as his own work. With the cast also including Vestris as Jason, his son as the young Prince, Simonet as Creon, and Mme Simonet as Medea, the event was impressive. A lovely painting of a moment from this performance is in the Cia Fornaroli Collection and was engraved by Boydell in 1781 [the present print]." Highfill et al, Vol. I, pp. 191-192. Simonet was the wife of the dancer Louis Simonet. "[Her] career was closely connected with that of her husband, who danced at the King's Theatre until 1788 and served as ballet master there until 1791. She was engaged as a featured dancer in the operas at the King's through June 1784." Highfill et al., Vol. 14, pp. 78-79.

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        Dell'Origine ed Istituto del Sacro Militar Ordine di S. Giovambattista Gerosolimitano, detto poi di Rodi, oggi di Malta. Dissertazione.

      Nella Stamperia di Luigi Perego Salvioni,, Roma, 1781 - Cm. 28, pp. xii, 499 (1) c. Stemma inciso in rame al frontespizio, alcuni capolettera istoriati ed una tavole f.t. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pergamena con punte, dorso liscio con titoli in oro su tassello e piatti ricoperti in carta dipinta. Esemplare fresco e genuino, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Ex libris. Edizione originale ed unica, non comune ed interessante. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Siciliae populorum et urbium, regum quoque et tyrannorum veteres nummi Saracenorum epocham antecedentes.

      Typis Regiis,, Panormi, 1781 - Tre parti in un volume in folio (cm. 42), pp. vii (1) 103; 20; 15. Con grandi vignette a ciascuno dei tre frontespizi, belle testate con la raffigurazione della Sicilia e 125 tavole incise in rame (così suddivise: 107 + 9 + 9). Solida ed elegante legatura posteriore (1900 ca.) in mezza pelle con punte, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Testo su 2 colonne; le tavole sono state disegnate e incise da Melchiorre Di Bella. La tavola num. 82 con margini leggermente più ridotti rispetto alle altre e verosimilmente proveniente da un altro esemplare (nonostante possegga esattamente la stessa patina). Etichetta di libreria antiquariua romana applicata alla controguardia. Esemplare complessivemante molto ben conservato. Edizione originale di questa importante opera sulla numismatica siciliana, rara a trovarsi completa delle due appendici. Cfr. Bassoli (Monete e medaglie nel libro antico dal XV al XIX secolo): "Gabriello Castelli, principe di Torremuzza è ancora un benemerito dell'archeologia e della numismatica classica siciliana con una descrizione del proprio museo nel 1767, ma soprattutto con l'eccellente lavoro Siciliae populorum.". Mira (I, p. 197): "Questa è la più ricca ed accurata collezione, che abbiamo, di siciliana numismatica."; Moncada. Una biblioteca siciliana, 530/1: " Splendida edizione di numismatica siciliana." . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bibliothèque Orientale, ou Dictionnaire universel, contenant tout ce qui fait connoître les peuples de l'Orient; leurs Histoires et Traditions, tant fabuleuses que véritables; leurs Religions et leurs sectes; leurs Gouvernemens, loix, politiques, moeurs, coutumes; et les révolutions de leurs Empires, etc. Nouvelle Edition, réduite et augmentée par M.D., membre de plusieurs académies.

      A Paris, chez Moutard, 1781.. 6 tomes en 6 volumes. Plein veau de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné (un peu frottée, petits manques de cuir). Rousseurs éparses. Petites mouillures angulaires au dernier tome. Certains feuillets très légèrement déreliés. Première encyclopédie du monde arabo-musulman. Dictionnaire. Turquie. Perse. Egypte.

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        Dictionnaire raisonne de physique, par m. Brisson, de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. I: A-G. II: H-Z. III: Planches du dictionnaire de physique de M. Brisson

      Hotel de Thou, rue des Poitevins, 1781. 3 volumi, in 4°, 27 cm, rilegatura coeva in mezza pelle, titolo su tassello e fregi in oro al dorso, tagli spruzzati. p. xvi, 708; (2), 769; diverse tabelle nel testo, incipit decorati all'inizio di ogni volume, testo su due colonne. Il terzo volume ha p. vi e 90 tavole ottimamente incise, di cui alcune ripiegate tutte su carta forte. Bello e fresco esemplare

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        Vue du Marché de Hack, du Pont de Spandau de l'Eglise Sophie dans l'eloignement, prise du Côté de la nouvelle Rue de Frederic. Dediée . Monsieur de Blumenthal, Ministre d'Etat & de guerre .

      - kol. Kupferstich v. J. ( Johann Georg ) Rosenberg b. Morino & Company, dat. 1781, 40 x 66 Ernst, Rosenberg, J.G., Nr. 9; Kiewitz 1052; Rave 6. - 1. Zustand vor der Nummerierung. Mit Verlegeradresse und Dedication. - Der Beobachter steht auf der Straße "An der Spandauer Brücke"/Ecke Neue Friedrichstraße und blickt über den ehemaligen Festungsgraben zum Hackeschen Markt, der den Namen nach dem General Hans Christoph v. Hake erhielt, 1749 Kommandant in Berlin. Im Hintergr. mittig die Sophienkirche. Auf der Spandauer Brücke zahlreiche Baumaterialien, die wohl für den Neubau dieser Brücke verwendet werden sollten ( erfolgte 1785 ). Mittig zeigt die Ansicht die stattlichen Häuser des Hackeschen Marktes, deren größtes das "Kleinsche Haus" war. Sprache: Deutsch

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        B "Vue du Marché de Hack, du Pont de Spandau de l'Eglise Sophie dans l'eloignement, prise du Côté de la nouvelle Rue de Frederic. Dediée à Son Excellence, Monsieur de Blumenthal, Ministre d'Etât & de guerre, Vice Président et Ministre dirigent du Directoire Géneral & Superieur des Finances de guerre et des Domaines du Roi, Seigneur héréditaire de Steinhovet & c. par ses tres humbles Seriteurs.".

      - kol. Kupferstich n. u. v. Jean ( Johann ) Rosenberg b. Morino & Company, dat. 1781, 40 x 66 Ernst, Rosenberg, J.G., Nr. 9; Kiewitz 1052; Rave 6. - 2. Zustand mit Dedication. - Der Beobachter steht auf der Straße "An der Spandauer Brücke"/Ecke Neue Friedrichstraße und blickt über den ehemaligen Festungsgraben zum Hackeschen Markt, der den Namen nach dem General Hans Christoph v. Hake erhielt, 1749 Kommandant in Berlin. Im Hintergr. mittig die Sophienkirche. Auf der Spandauer Brücke zahlreiche Baumaterialien, die wohl für den Neubau dieser Brücke verwendet werden sollten ( erfolgte 1785 ). Mittig zeigt die Ansicht die stattlichen Häuser des Hackeschen Marktes, deren größtes das "Kleinsche Haus" war. Sprache: Deutsch

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        C "Vue du Marché de Hack, du Pont de Spandau de l'Eglise Sophie dans l'eloignement, prise du Côté de la nouvelle Rue de Frederic. Dediée à Son Excellence, Monsieur de Blumenthal, Ministre d'Etât & de guerre, Vice Président et Ministre dirigent du Directoire Géneral & Superieur des Finances de guerre et des Domaines du Roi, Seigneur héréditaire de Steinhovet & c. par ses tres humbles Seriteurs.".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. u. v. Jean ( Johann Georg ) Rosenberg b. Morino & Company, dat. 1781, 40 x 66 Ernst, J.G. Rosenberg, Nr. 9; Kiewitz 1052; Rave 6. - 3. Zustand mit römischer Nummerierung (X), Verlegeradresse und Dedication. - Der Beobachter steht auf der Straße "An der Spandauer Brücke"/Ecke Neue Friedrichstraße und blickt über den ehemaligen Festungsgraben zum Hackeschen Markt, der den Namen nach dem General Hans Christoph v. Hake erhielt, 1749 Kommandant in Berlin. Im Hintergr. mittig die Sophienkirche. Auf der Spandauer Brücke zahlreiche Baumaterialien, die wohl für den Neubau dieser Brücke verwendet werden sollten ( erfolgte 1785 ). Mittig zeigt die Ansicht die stattlichen Häuser des Hackeschen Marktes, deren größtes das "Kleinsche Haus" war. - Im Himmel einige Stockflecken. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Émile, ou, De l'éducation.

      Londres [i. e. Paris, Cazin]. 1781 - Sprache: Französisch 2 Bände. 8°. [2] Bl., XI, [1], 386 S.; [2] Bl., 370 S. mit gestoch. Frontispiz u. 5 Kupfertafeln von Delvaux nach (Jean Michel) Moreau. Marm. Kalbslederbände d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Rückensch., dekorativer Rücken- u. Deckelverg., goldgepr. Deckelmonogramm u. Goldschnitt. Cohen 904 (kl. Ausgabe in 4 Bänden). Vgl. Dufour I, 181. - Seltene Ausgabe auf "großem" Velin-Papier mit den berühmten Illustrationen von J. M. Moreau in einem prachtvollen zeitgenössischen Einband. - Das Frontispiz mit dem bekannten Portrait Rousseaus im Profil und der Darstellung seines Grabmals. - Hinteres Gelenk von Band I im oberen Drittel restauriert, sehr schönes dekorativ gebundenes breitrandiges Exemplar.

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        Jason et Medee Ballet Tragique. Etching and aquatint engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi (1727-1815) after Nathaniel Dance (1735-1811)

      London: John Boydell, 1781. One of the best-known and most desirable of 18th century dance prints. Rare. Stephens & George: Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum 5910. NYPL b12145882. The ballet Jason et Médée, with music by Jean-Joseph Rodolphe (1730-1812) and choreography by Noverre (1727-1810), was first performed in London in 1781; it had been performed at the Paris Opéra a year earlier, in 1780. "Imperious and vain, "The French Rose [Vestris]" was nevertheless recognized as a brilliant dancer. He was regularly praised for his noble style, ease, lightness, and precision. He was called the "God of the Dance" by his brother Giovanni Battista, and the nickname was picked up by his followers." Highfill et al., Vol. 15, pp. 146-148. Baccelli made her debut at the King's Theatre on November 8, 1774 in Pirhame et Thisbe and Le ballet de fleur. "On 29 March 1781, she danced the role of Creusa in [the first London performance of] Medée et Jason, one of the great ballets by Noverre which in this London production the elder Vestris cavalierly took credit for as his own work. With the cast also including Vestris as Jason, his son as the young Prince, Simonet as Creon, and Mme Simonet as Medea, the event was impressive. A lovely painting of a moment from this performance is in the Cia Fornaroli Collection and was engraved by Boydell in 1781 [the present print]." Highfill et al, Vol. I, pp. 191-192. Simonet was the wife of the dancer Louis Simonet... "[Her] career was closely connected with that of her husband, who danced at the King's Theatre until 1788 and served as ballet master there until 1791. She was engaged as a featured dancer in the operas at the King's through June 1784." Highfill et al., Vol. 14, pp. 78-79.. 416 x 468 mm. Printed in sepia ink. This satirical print depicts a scene from a ballet by Jean-Georges Noverre for a performance in London: Gaetano Vestris (?1729-1808) poses between two female dancers, Giovanna Baccelli (?-1801) as Creusa and Adelaide Simonet (fl. 1776-1791) as Medea, who holds a dagger. Three wind players (two oboists and a flutist) perform below front center stage with five measures of music from the ballet beneath. Slightly soiled; minor restoration to upper and lower center; lightly creased at central fold; laid down onto mounting board; trimmed to just within platemark. In a very good state of preservation.

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        Diario de las operaciones de la expedicion contra la Plaza de Panzacola concluida por las Armas de S. M. Católica baxo las órdenes del Mariscal de Campo D. Bernardo de Galvez.

      s.l.n.d. (Madrid ou Séville, 1781). - Petit in-4. 45pp. 1f. Broché, couverture muette de l'époque en papier décoré. Importante relation des opérations militaires menées en Floride pendant la guerre d'indépendance américaine, par les troupes espagnoles en provenance de Louisiane et de Cuba. La bataille de Pensacola marque l'apogée des efforts entrepris par le gouvernement espagnol pour récupérer la Floride perdue en 1763 par la signature du traité de Paris. C'est dans ce but qu'il se rangea aux côtés des insurgés et de la France, contre l'Angleterre. On connaît deux tirages de ce rare pamphlet, portant le même numéro de pages mais une composition différente: le premier passe pour avoir été imprimé à La Havane, et le second (celui-ci) aurait été imprimé à Madrid ou à Séville. Manque angulaire de papier à l'ensemble du volume, frôlant quelques lettres mais sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire par ailleurs, dans son brochage d'origine en papier décoré. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Platonis Philosophi

      Zweibrucken: Ex Typographia Societatis,, 1781-7. Quae exstant Graece ad editionem Henrici Stephani accurate expressa cum Marsilii Ficini interpretatione praemittitur L. III Laertii de vita et dogm. Plat. cum notitia literaria accedit varietas lectionis; [together with:] Dialogorum Platonis argumenta exposita et illustrata. 12 works, octavo (220 x 135 mm). Uniformly bound in later diced calf, raised bands to spine, lettered in gilt, compartments ruled in gilt and decorated with floral designs in blind and gilt, triple gilt border to covers, tips of board edges gilt, turn-in rolled in gilt, marbled endpapers, edges gilt. With 11 title vignettes. Ownership inscription verso title page. A few dark spots to covers, joints a little creased, tops of joints occasionally slightly cracked, text blocks firm, tips a bit worn, minor loss to base of spine vol. 10. An excellent set. First Bipontine edition of Plato's complete works, considered to be one of the best editions of his works. This edition utilises the Latin translations by Marsilio Ficino (1433–1499), originally published in 1484, and places them alongside the later Greek text from the 1578 edition of Plato's works by Henri Estienne (1528/31–1598). The editors of this edition, Johann Valentin Embser (1749–1783) and Friedrich Christian Exter (1714–1787), considered Ficino's Latin to be superior to that of Estienne's translator Jean de Serres (1540–1598) but regarded Estienne's Greek text to be based upon superior original sources. The Platonis Philosophi has 11 volumes but is commonly accompanied by the Dialogorum Platonis. For instance, in Jefferson inventory of the library of George Wythe (1726–1806), which Thomas Jefferson received from Wythe in around 1806, it is listed as "Plato. Gr. La. 12 v. 8vo".

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        Geschiedenis van Java . vertaald, wat betreft de onderwerpen, welke voor Nederland en Indië wetenswaardig zijn, en voorzien van aanteekeningen, tot verbetering, beoordeeling en vervolg van het oorspronkelijke werk, door J.E. de Sturler.The Hague and Amsterdam, Van Cleef, 1836. 8vo. With folding letterpress table. Modern half parchment, gold-tooled spine, gilt upper edge.

      - Cat. NHSM, p. 244; Tiele, Bibl. 896. First and only edition of a revised Dutch translation of a classic on the history of Java by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles (1781-1826). From 1811 to 1816 Raffles was Lieutenant Governor of Java during the British administration of the Dutch colonies following the blockade of the coasts of Europe by Napoleon. Raffles worked on his history during his stay in Java. The original is important not only for the usual topics - such as the history of Java, its geography, demography, natural history, religion, law, customs, antiquities, European administration, commerce, military system, etc. -, but also for its highly original chapters on Javanese ethics, literature, poetry, music, national drama, games of skill, hunting, languages, etc. The present edition omits most of the cultural chapters and focuses more on commerce. At the end ca. 30 pages follow with additional notes, made by the translator, Jacques Eduard de Sturler (1800-1840).With the bookplate of the Dutch politician Gerbrand de Jong (1917-1984). A very minor waterstain in the lower, outer corner of the last five pages, otherwise in fine condition. Binding very good.

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        Opere Giusta le correzioni e aggiunte dell'Autore nell'edizione di Parigi del 1780

      Venezia, presso Antonio Zatta, 1781, quindici volumi (di sedici, manca il vol. XV) in-8vo (cm. 16,5 x 9,5) rilegati in mezza pelle coeva con tasselli, fregi e titoli dorati ai dorsi, oltre 5000 pagine complessive. Frontespizio inciso a ciascun volume con vignetta centrale, ritratto dell'autore all'antiporta del primo volume e moltissime (238) incisioni in rame fuori testo, poste all'inizio di ciascun atto ed altrettante testate ad un terzo di pagina. Il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Esemplare marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione, bella la parte incisa.

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        Essais historiques et politiques sur les Anglo-Américains.

      Bruxelles: s.n., et Paris: Chez l"auteur, pour les T.III et IV, 1781-1782 - Edition originale, 5 volumes in-8, dont un atlas contenant les cartes et planches; Tome Premier, première partie: xvi, 198p.; seconde partie: xii, 199 - 441p. Tome Second, première partie "Essais historiques et politiques sur la Révolution de l"Amérique septentrionale": xii, 208p.; seconde partie: xiv, 436p. Atlas: 8 cartes et 1 plan dépliants, 4 portraits et 5 planches, pour un total de 18 gravures; les planches sont de Le Barbier gravées par Pelicier, Patas, Halbou, Godefroy. portraits de John Hancock, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin et William Pitt; les gravures illustrent la Première assemblée du Congrès, Incendie de New York, Pompe funèbre de Warren. Reliure d"époque en veau marbré, triple filet d"encadrement sur les plats, dos lisse orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin vert, gardes et tranches marbrées, coupes ornées. Extrémités légèrement frottées, deux trous de vers à un mors, pâle mouillure à une quinzaine de feuillets du troisième volume, mais un bel exemplaire. Intéressante relation détaillée de la période 1776-77: émigration, formation et évolution des colonies anglaises d"Amérique du nord jusqu"en 1770, troubles de Boston, imposition des droits sur le thé (Boston Tea-Party), George Washington nommé commandant des armées d"Amérique, siège de Québec, arrivée de l"armée anglaise au Canada, déclaration d"indépendance des 13 états réunis le 4 juillet 1776 dans l"hôtel de ville de Philadelphie. Rôle et mort de Pitt, voyage de Lafayette et d"autres jeunes aristocrates français pour soutenir les insurgés, alliance de la France avec l"Amérique. "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." Ouvrage très rare en dehors des bibliothèques d"institutions. Sabin 31899, Chadenat 3525, 4563. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Lettre d'un médecin de la Faculté de Paris à un médecin du Collège de Londres, ouvrage dans lequel on prouve contre Mesmer que le magnétisme animal n'existe pas

      1781 - 70, (2)pp. La Haye, s.n, 1781, in-8, 70, (2)pp, demi-toile rouge moderne, dos lisse portant une pièce de titre en chagrin rouge, Unique impression de cette apologie fallacieuse des théories de Mesmer. Nicolas Bergasse, orateur et rhétoricien brillant d'origine lyonnaise, était un proche de Mesmer. En prenant le masque du dénonciateur, il fait l'éloge indirect du magnétisme animal et des "cures magnétiques" pratiquées par son ami ; en plaidant une mauvaise cause, il valorise celle qu'il prétend dénoncer. Intérieur propre [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle Volume LI (51) January to December 1781

      London: David Henry; Elizabeth Newbery. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. 20th century binding with new eps. Some foxing and set-off. 1781. First Edition. Buff hardback cloth cover. 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). vi, 633pp, [xv] + plates. 15 b/w plates and maps (7 fold-out). Includes Captain Cook's Journal. .

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        Travels from Aleppo to the city of Jerusalem, and through the most remarkable parts of the Holy Land in 1776.

      London & Edinburgh, no printer, 1781. - 8vo. 36 pp. Leaves mainly disbound, stored in custom-made black cloth portfolio. Second recorded copy (all printings are rare) of this little-known travel account of the Holy Land in the late 18th century. Unlike most other examples of this genre, the author was evidently not interested in a refined readership, but chose to publish his work in a popular, brief format. Despite its humble appearance, Tyron's account is a key contribution to Holy Land travel during this period (cf. Talbot), and his accounts of Jerusalem, Bethlehem, etc. are both direct and informative. - Tyron was one of three Britons to visit the region during the second half of the 18th century. Tyron's Protestantism certainly colours his observations; according to Michael Talbot, descriptions such as his "gave further weight to the proof of Biblical prophecy that the Holy Land was desolate and cursed" (p. 43): "A merchant of the Levant Company based in Aleppo, his writing has [.] more of a sense that it was intended to function as a guidebook, with itineraries in various towns and costs of provisions. He also noted the chief economic activities of the region, although describing the local population as very poor and dependent on European trade. As with [Thompson and Haynes], Tyron spent many pages ridiculing the religious rites of other Christian sects, commenting on their ostentation and superficiality. He was disgusted by the marble and gold adorning the Holy Sepulchre, and believed that money alone drove the dominance of the Catholics and the Greek Orthodox Church in Jerusalem. He also continued the theme of a cursed land. Instead of tigers, the barren terrain was 'pestered with the wild and savage Arabs [.] said to be the descendants of Ishmael', claiming this was in fulfillment of prophecies in Genesis. It was because of those wild Arabs that the land was 'now under a curse'". Talbot has argued that it was this popular perception of Palestine as an accursed land which influenced the Restorationist movement for the return of the Jews to Palestine under British protection (as a necessary precursor of the Second Coming) in the early 19th century. - Talbot mistakenly presumes the first edition of Tyron's "Travels" from Aleppo as 1785. In fact, all printings of this pamphlet-format work are extremely rare in census. The earliest dated example in the ESTC is from 1780, suggesting that the present work is the second edition. Full census of ESTC worldwide holdings: 1780: Princeton; 1781 (the present edition): National Library of Scotland; 1785: British Library; 1786: National Library of Scotland; 1787: Illinois; 1790: New York Public Library; 1793: National Library of Scotland, Oxford; 1798: University of California, Los Angeles. - A very worn copy, but a rare survival. Repair to blank right margin of title page, not affecting text; generally browned and duststained; all text present and legible. No copies of any printing are recorded at Anglo-American auctions in the last 50 years. OCLC 316392139. ESTC T176153. Cf. Weber II, 575 (later ed.: Glasgow, Robertson, 1790); Jain, Four Paths to Jerusalem: Jewish, Christian, Muslim, And Secular Pilgrimages (2006), p. 158; Michael Talbot, "Divine imperialism: the British in Palestine, 1753-1842" in Martin Farr & Xavier Guégan (eds.), The British Abroad Since the Eighteenth Century, vol. II (2013). Not in Roehricht. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Recherches chimiques sur l'Étain, faites et publiées par ordre du gouvernement; ou réponse à cette question: Veut-on sans aucun danger employer les vaisseaux d'Étain dans l'usage économique.

      A Paris, de l'imprimerie de Philippe-Denys Pierres, 1781.. in-8. VIII. 285pp. Broché. Exemplaire assez abîmé aux 20 premiers et 10 derniers feuillets. Non rogné. Manque de papier à la page de titre (avec légères atteintes au texte). Mouillures. Feuillets un peu déreliés. Première édition. Bayen, ami de Lavoisier, y montre, par une série d'expériences chimiques, l'innocuité de l'étain.

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        [K376, 296, 377-380]. Six Sonates pour le Clavecin, ou Pianoforte avec l'accompagnoment[!] d'un Violon Dediés A Mademoiselle Josephe D'Aurnhamer... Oeuvre II... Prix f5. [Parts].

      Vienna: Artaria [PN 22], [1781]. 2 volumes. Oblong folio. Keyboard part in full modern dark green cloth with black leather title label gilt to spine; violin part in flexible marbled boards with decorative ivory cut paper label to upper. 1f. (recto title within fine decorative border. verso blank), [1] (blank), 2-85 pp.; 1f. (recto title within fine decorative border, verso blank), [1] (blank, 2-28 pp. Engraved throughout. With fine decorative title-page to each part. Watermark as in Haberkamp first issue. Keyboard part with some marginal tears with slight paper loss in several instances; repairs to lower margin of final leaf, just affecting plate number. Violin part with minor browning and soiling to title, very small red ink stains to upper portion; first few leaves partially separated; tear to upper area of pp. 19/20 with no loss; narrow strip of clear tape to spine. Possibly a mixed set. Very good copies of both parts overall. First Edition, first issue (without plate number to foot of title). Rare. Haberkamp p. 173 and illustration no. 128. Hoboken II, 129. Fraenkel: Decorative Music Title Pages, 187. RISM M6492 (not distinguishing among issues). These sonatas "are especially notable for the quality of their thematic development (shared between the instruments)." Eisen & Keefe pp. 473-474. The dedicatee of this publication, Josephine Aurnhammer (1758-1820), was Mozart's pupil in Vienna in 1781; she formed an amorous attachment to the great composer which proved not to be reciprocal. Among the first Viennese publications of Mozart's works.

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        K376, 296, 377-380]. Six Sonates pour le Clavecin, ou Pianoforte avec l'accompagnoment[!] d'un Violon Dediés A Mademoiselle Josephe D'Aurnhamer. Oeuvre II. Prix f5. [Parts]

      Artaria [PN 22], Vienna 1781 - 2 volumes. Oblong folio. Keyboard part in full modern dark green cloth with black leather title label gilt to spine; violin part in flexible marbled boards with decorative ivory cut paper label to upper. 1f. (recto title within fine decorative border. verso blank), [1] (blank), 2-85 pp.; 1f. (recto title within fine decorative border, verso blank), [1] (blank, 2-28 pp. Engraved throughout. With fine decorative title-page to each part. Watermark as in Haberkamp first issue.Keyboard part with some marginal tears with slight paper loss in several instances; repairs to lower margin of final leaf, just affecting plate number. Violin part with minor browning and soiling to title, very small red ink stains to upper portion; first few leaves partially separated; tear to upper area of pp. 19/20 with no loss; narrow strip of clear tape to spine. Possibly a mixed set. Very good copies of both parts overall. First Edition, first issue (without plate number to foot of title). Rare. Haberkamp p. 173 and illustration no. 128. Hoboken II, 129. Fraenkel: Decorative Music Title Pages, 187. RISM M6492 (not distinguishing among issues).These sonatas "are especially notable for the quality of their thematic development (shared between the instruments)." Eisen & Keefe pp. 473-474. The dedicatee of this publication, Josephine Aurnhammer (1758-1820), was Mozart's pupil in Vienna in 1781; she formed an amorous attachment to the great composer which proved not to be reciprocal. Among the first Viennese publications of Mozart's works. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of the Isle of Wight.

      London: A. Hamilton,, 1781. Quarto (294 × 232 mm). Contemporary straight-grain red morocco, smooth spine richly gilt in compartments with floral sprays, twin green morocco labels, single-fillet frame gilt to sides, all edges gilt, turn-ins hatched in gilt, marbled endpapers. Engraved title vignette, 7 similar tailpieces, folding map by John Hayward coloured in outline, 10 double-page engraved views by Thomas Vivaries after Antony Devis, or by Richard Godfrey, one folding view by Godfrey after J. Brotherton, double-page plan of Carisbrooke Castle, further plan of Sandown Fort, 18 plates including views and seals, folding genealogical table. With the terminal errata leaf. Handwritten collation and newspaper clipping laid in. Joints and extremities slightly rubbed, sides lightly marked, old tape-repair and commensurate staining to folding map stub, occasionally light spotting or browning, stronger in sig. Cc and the view between pp. 258-9, plates variably offset, sig. X2 a little soiled in lower margin, otherwise a few other minor spots or marks. A very good copy in a splendid contemporary binding. First edition. Worsley's political career as member of parliament for the Isle of Wight constituencies for Newport (1774-83) and subsequently Newtown (1790-3) were hampered by a mixture of limited skill, a somewhat abrasive personality and the very public collapse of his marriage, but "antiquarian studies were always an important refuge. His father and grandfather had begun work on The History of the Isle of Wight and Worsley brought it to completion, albeit with unacknowledged contributions from the Newport attorney Richard Clarke. It was published in 1781 after four years' labour and was well received, Worsley having been elected both FSA and FRS in 1778 on its strength. He found it satisfying work, gathering materials patiently and searching the sources with some expertise. Modern opinion considers it 'well researched, organized, and written, and handsomely produced' (Hicks, 166)" (ODNB). Provenance: from the library of Major J. R. Abbey (1894-1969), who built the standard collection of travel books illustrated in aquatint and lithography, with his bookplate to the front free endpaper, and a note to the rear free endpaper recording purchase at the posthumous 1942 sale of Sir Charles Chadwyck-Healey, 1st Baronet (1845-1919), with his bookplate to the front pastedown.

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        Dictionnaire raisonne de physique, par m. Brisson, de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. I: A-G. II: H-Z. III: Planches du dictionnaire de physique de M. Brisson

      Hotel de Thou, rue des Poitevins, A Paris 1781 - 3 volumi, in 4°, 27 cm, rilegatura coeva in mezza pelle, titolo su tassello e fregi in oro al dorso, tagli spruzzati. p. xvi, 708; (2), 769; diverse tabelle nel testo, incipit decorati all'inizio di ogni volume, testo su due colonne. Il terzo volume ha p. vi e 90 tavole ottimamente incise, di cui alcune ripiegate tutte su carta forte. Bello e fresco esemplare [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Man holding Mantle, with Aureole.

      1781.(). Woodcut print after Parmigiano. Three color blocks: tan, brown, dark brown. 210 x 123 mm. Kennedy, 186.

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        William Westall (1781-1850) ARA - Signed and Framed Oil, River.

      19th Century - DescriptionA fine English School oil painting depicting figures in a river landscape. Presented in a modern metallic effect frame. Signed in the lower right by the listed artist William Westall (1781-1850). Signed. ConditionThis oil painting on canvas has been restretched and re-lined. Inspection under UV light reveals some touching up to the sky area. There is a craquelure typical for a picture of this age and a small loss below the house in the distance at the right edge of the canvas.BiographyWilliam Westall ARA (12 October 1781 â€" 22 January 1850) was an English landscape artist best known as one of the first artists to work in Australia. He was admitted a probationer of the Royal Academy Schools in September 1800, but never became a full student. His paintings in notable international collections including The National Gallery of Victoria in Australia and the Iniapolis Museum of Art, as well as domestically in the Tate Britain, Courtauld, Royal Academy of Arts and The Royal Collection in London. Size: Large (30-60cm) Framed: Yes Style: Realism Weight: 2000.00g [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The History of the Isle of Wight.

      London: A. Hamilton, 1781 - Quarto (294 × 232 mm). Contemporary straight-grain red morocco, smooth spine richly gilt in compartments with floral sprays, twin green morocco labels, single-fillet frame gilt to sides, all edges gilt, turn-ins hatched in gilt, marbled endpapers. With the terminal errata leaf. Handwritten collation and newspaper clipping laid in. Joints and extremities slightly rubbed, sides lightly marked, old tape-repair and commensurate staining to folding map stub, occasionally light spotting or browning, stronger in sig. Cc and the view between pp. 258-9, plates variably offset, sig. X2 a little soiled in lower margin, otherwise a few other minor spots or marks. A very good copy in a splendid contemporary binding. Engraved title vignette, 7 similar tailpieces, folding map by John Hayward coloured in outline, 10 double-page engraved views by Thomas Vivaries after Antony Devis, or by Richard Godfrey, one folding view by Godfrey after J. Brotherton, double-page plan of Carisbrooke Castle, further plan of Sandown Fort, 18 plates including views and seals, folding genealogical table. First edition. Worsley's political career as member of parliament for the Isle of Wight constituencies for Newport (1774-83) and subsequently Newtown (1790-3) were hampered by a mixture of limited skill, a somewhat abrasive personality and the very public collapse of his marriage, but "antiquarian studies were always an important refuge. His father and grandfather had begun work on The History of the Isle of Wight and Worsley brought it to completion, albeit with unacknowledged contributions from the Newport attorney Richard Clarke. It was published in 1781 after four years' labour and was well received, Worsley having been elected both FSA and FRS in 1778 on its strength. He found it satisfying work, gathering materials patiently and searching the sources with some expertise. Modern opinion considers it 'well researched, organized, and written, and handsomely produced' (Hicks, 166)" (ODNB). Provenance: from the library of Major J. R. Abbey (1894-1969), who built the standard collection of travel books illustrated in aquatint and lithography, with his bookplate to the front free endpaper, and a note to the rear free endpaper recording purchase at the posthumous 1942 sale of Sir Charles Chadwyck-Healey, 1st Baronet (1845-1919), with his bookplate to the front pastedown. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Göttingisches Magazin der Wissenschaften und Literatur.

      Göttingen, Dieterich, 1781-82. 2. Jg., 4.-6. Stück 4: 1 Kupfer. 463 Seiten. Kl.-8° Marmorierter Pappband der Zeit. Lichtenbergs aufklärerisches Zeitschriftenprojekt. Er betreute das Magazin redaktionell allein, Forsters Name diente in erster Linie als Werbung. Enthält Aufsätze über Inventar von Johann Käpler, System des Empedokles, über die Liebe der Tiere, über die deutsche Literatur, über die polnische Sprache, über Ursprung und Bedeutung von Tarok-Charten etc. - Mit wenigen Gebrauchsspuren.Auf Titelblatt von Heft 4 ein Bibliotheksstempel. Siehe Photo. Versand D: 5,90 EUR

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        Thelyphthora; or, a Treatise on Female Ruin, in its Causes, Effects, Consequences, Prevention, and Remedy; Considered on the Basis of the Divine Law

      London - J. Dodsley 1781 - The secondedition of Thelyphthora; or, a Treatise on Female Ruin, in its Causes, Effects, Consequences, Prevention, and Remedy; Considered on the Basis of the Divine Law by Martin Madan. Under the following Heads, viz. Marriage, Whoredom, and Fornication, Adultery, Polygamy, Divorce. With many other Incidental Matters; Particularly including an Examination of the Principles of the Tendency of Stat. 26 Geo. II. c. 33. Complete in three volumes, third volume printed at a later date. Commonly called the Marriage Act. The second edition, enlarged. Martin Madan (1726 2 May 1790) was an English barrister, clergyman and writer, known for controversial views on marriage expressed in his book Thelyphthora. In 1780, Madan raised a storm of opposition by the publication of his Thelyphthora, or A Treatise on Female Ruin, in which he advocated polygamy as the remedy for evils he deplored. His arguments were based mainly on scriptural authority; but his book caused many angry replies. Amongst them was 'Anti-Thelyphthora' by his first cousin, the poet William Cowper, which he published anonymously. Condition: In full calf leather bindings with gilt embellishment to the front boards. Externally, a trifle rubbed. Front board is detached on volume III. Front board is held by cords only on volume I. Other joints are starting but firm. There is some loss to the leather on the spines. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright and clean with some scattered light foxing. There is a label to the front pastedown in volume II. Overall: GOOD ONLY. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vita di Donna Olimpia Maidalchini Pamfili Principessa di S. Martino cognata d Innocenzio X. Sommo Pontefice

      s.t., s.l. 1781 - Solida legatura inizi 900 in mz. pergamena con piccoli angoli. Titoli oro al dorso su doppio tassello in pelle. Due carte aggiunte ms. all inizio del volume. Alcuni aloni sul ritratto e sulle ultime carte della prima opera, altre ingialliture sparse, ma nel complesso un buon esemplare di questa inconsueta raccolta di scritti sulla Principessa Olimpia. Non comune l opera anonima del Leti e quella del Delécluze. 8vo (cm. 17,8), 183 pp. con il ritratto ripiegato della Principessa in antiporta inciso su rame da I. B. Cecchi (unito) Delécluze E.-J., Donna Olimpia. Nouvelle édition, Paris Michel Lévy frères éditeurs 1872, 2 cc.nn., 356 pp. (unito) Capranica Luigi, Donna Olimpia Pamfili. Romanzo storico. Terza edizione, Milano Fratelli Treves, 1875, 2 cc.nn., 366 pp., 1 c.nn. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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