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        Vue de la Place de l'Opera, et de Nouvelle Bibliotheque ainsi que de l' Eglise Catholique.

      . altkol. Kupferstich v. Rosenberg, dat. 1782, 39 x 64. Ernst, J. G. Rosenberg, Nr. 11; Kiewitz 1053; Rave 16.- Ohne Dedikation und Verlegeradresse. Die Legende nicht gedruckt, sondern von alter Hand geschrieben (Probedruck ?) - Blick von der Straße "Unter den Linden" auf den "Opernplatz", rechts die Bibliothek ( oder Kommode), links ein Teil der Oper. Mittig links die Hedwigskirche, rechts daneben die ersten Häuser in der Behrenstraße, die später durch den Neubau des Gebäudes der Dresdener Bank (von Heim 1887 ) an dieser Stelle ersetzt wurden.- Von zurückhaltender Farbigkeit. - Das Blatt wurde restauriert.

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        Medical content! General Washington grants an officer eight weeks leave of absence for recovery of his health, having <I>?supposed the experiment of change of air & diet might be made in a few weeks as well as in any Length of time??</I> ? in a postscript which Washington crossed off the draft of this letter before giving it to his Aide-de-Camp David Humphreys to transcribe, the General had added <I>?where, I hope proper Hospitals will by that time be prepared for the reception of those who are unfit for duty.?</I>

      Manuscript Letter Signed ?G:° Washington? one page, 8.75? x 11.75?. Head Quarters [Newburgh, New York], November 11, 1782. Lieutenant Colonel [Ebenezer] Gray. On watermarked laid paper. Text is a bit light but clearly legible. Strong bold signature of Washington. Expertly strengthened at folds on verso. Fine condition. Recorded in Fitzpatrick?s ?Writings of Washington? and in Washington?s Letter Books in the Library of Congress.In full: ?In giving permission of absence to Officers for the recovery of their health, I have supposed the experiment of change of air & diet might be made in a few weeks as well as in any Length of time; ?" I must therefore consider the indulgence given to you for the purpose, as limited to eight weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time, I shall expect you will return to the Army.?Text is in the hand of Col. David Humphreys (1752-1818) who, on June 23, 1780, had been appointed Aide-de-Camp of Washington, becoming a confidential

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        Bell's Edition of the Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to Churchill

      London: Printed for John Bell British Library Strand, 1777-1782 - A rather rare and interesting survival. Such sets, with their durable boxes, were intended as recreational reading for travellers, and were often taken on the Grand Tour. Given the generally crisp interior condition of the volumes, the owner of this set was either exceptionally fastidious and careful, or did not use them. Authors in the set include Chaucer, Spenser, Donne, Milton, Dryden, Swift, Pope, and Gay (TRAVELLING LIBRARY) 109 vols., 12mo (5 x 3-1/8 inches). . Bound in contemporary tree calf, gilt spine, with green leather author label and red number label (1-109) and red label stamped in gilt "Bell's Poets of G. Britain" on each spine, greek key scroll at outer margins of the upper and lower covers, green marbled endpapers, edges yellow. Laid into two contemporary wooden cases of book form (18-1/4 x 12 x 4-1/4 inches), lined with green marbled paper (matching the endpapers of each volume) and brown baize, with removable 16-1/2 x 2-1/2 inch central wooden marble paper covered post in each case. The cases lacking most of their original leather covering, some of the volumes within with very minor loss [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dernier Voyage du Capitaine Cook autour du monde , où se trouvent les circonstances de sa mort, publié en Allemand par Henri Zimmermann témoin oculaire, & traduit avec un abrégé de la vie de ce navigateur célèbre, & des notes

      Berne: Nouvelle Société Typographique, 1782. Octavo; a fine and very clean copy in an excellent modern French binding in the eighteenth-century style of grained dark blue calf, ornately gilt. With an eye-witness account of Cook&#39;s death. The first and best French edition of this important personal account of Cook&#39;s third voyage, and extremely scarce: a most attractive copy. Beddie records only the Mitchell and National Library copies in Australia. This edition contains, in addition to Zimmermann&#39;s narrative account, a life of Captain Cook adapted from material that had appeared in the Göttingisches Magazin, the work of either (or both) Georg Forster or Georg Lichtenberg. First appearing in German in 1781, Zimmermann&#39;s was the first description of the third voyage to appear on the continent, and as one of two accounts first published a full three years before the official account it may well have been in fact the earliest full description of the voyage to be published. In any early edition, Zimmermann&#39;s first-hand account of Cook&#39;s third voyage is one of the scarcest of all the Cook voyage accounts (there is for example no copy of any of the eighteenth-century editions in the Hill catalogue). Second French and German editions followed in 1783. "Both French editions are of great rarity and are of interest not only on that account but because of the additional matter which they contain…" (Holmes). Then followed Dutch editions in 1784 and 1791, and Russian versions were published at St. Petersburg in 1786 and 1788. These seem to have been all the appearances of the narrative until 1926, when the first version in English was published. As Rodney Davidson wrote of the early printings, "all these editions are exceedingly rare… It is hard to predict the realisation price for a copy if one were to come into the open market, as competition between collectors would be very keen…". "Zimmermann, a native of Speyer, was coxswain in the Discovery. From the start of the voyage he determined to keep a shorthand journal of the voyage and to retain it, despite the instructions… demanding the surrender of all logs and journals… His account is by no means free from errors, but it has an ingenuousness and charm which differentiate it from the other accounts. His appreciation of Cook&#39;s character deserves to rank with that of Samwell" (Holmes). Pp. 7 to 11 of this edition contain Zimmermann&#39;s long description of the Tasmanian Aborigines, with an interesting note in passing suggesting how many copies of the "Resolution and Adventure" medal, minted for distribution on the second voyage, were actually still available for distribution during the third voyage: on one day alone, Cook gave examples to eight or nine Aborigines, "which had such a good effect that the next day 49 more came to visit… some of whom received the same presents as their earlier compatriots, but none of whom was willing to come aboard the ships…

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        O-Wahaus des O-Tahiten Reise durch Athen. Aus dem O-Tahitischen übersetzt

      n.p., 1782. Small octavo, xvi, 148 pp. (last blank), early owner&#39;s name on title-page dated the year of publication; very good in original rust-coloured patterned paper boards, a few chips, spine lettered in manuscript. Most uncommon German satire purporting to have been translated from a Tahitian account of a journey to Athens written by the "world-famous" traveller and friend of Captain Cook, "O-Wahau". There was an old man on Tahiti called by Cook "Owhaa" (Beaglehole; or in the printed version "Owhaw") - perhaps this is the name that has been borrowed for the present work? It is also tempting to suggest that the name of the fictitious Tahitian is also a play on the contemporary spelling of "O-why-hee". Whatever the case, despite its obvious interest as an imaginary work based on Cook&#39;s first voyage, the current work has slipped under the radar, notwithstanding the many studies of the subject: it is not in Beddie nor Gove, and not noticed in Howgego&#39;s forthcoming volume on imaginary voyages. This humorous account has much in common with other political writing of the Enlightenment, not least the use of a foreign visitor as a convenient mask for the delivery of a few political barbs, but is most unusual in that the over-arching conceit of the whole book is that it has been written by the pen of a Tahitian brought to Europe by Captain Cook, who seeks to explain the history of Europe by the example of a society in Athens, describing the cultural round, and the truths and discoveries he finds there. The purported author O-Wahau is described as a cultured and philosophical man who wants to commit his thoughts on the subject to paper in an attempt to influence his own society. The account begins with the comment that it is "well-known" that on his first voyage Cook had brought O-Wahau back from the rich island of Tahiti, because the young islander wanted to be in a position to give his people an account of the ways of Europe. As this implies, the author is setting out to claim a factual basis for his work, by muddying the water about the real Tahitian travellers such as Tupaia (who died in Batavia), Omai, and Autourou. The German "translator" claims to have met O-Wahau in Athens on the latter&#39;s Grand Tour, where they taught each other Greek and Tahitian. The two men became so close, he comments, that the German seriously contemplated returning to the Pacific with his new friend. The work is signed with the mealy-mouthed pseudonym "J.G.S. Methermänevomenos", and the initials have led to it being attributed with some authority to Schulz (although J.G. Seume and J.G. Schlosser have both also been suggested, with varying degrees of plausibility). Schulz (1762-1810) was sometimes called the "Don Quixote of the Eighteenth Century" and was an important Enlightenment thinker in Germany. The epigram on the title-page is a quote from Christoph Martin Wieland which suggests that there is already a fool&#39;s paradise, no doubt a comment on utopian writing generally. Tahiti fascinated European writers, and any number of fictional plays and novels follow up on the clash of cultures and the role of Captains Cook and Bougainville, notably: Bricaire de La Dixmérie, Le Sauvage de Taïti aux Français (1770); Diderot, Supplément au voyage de Bougainville (1771/1796); Fitzgerald, The Injured Islanders (1779); Pfeil (attributed), Die glückliche Insel oder Beytrag zu des Capitain (1781); Poncelin, Histoire des Révolutions de Taïti (1782); and Baston, Narrations d&#39;Omai (1792-3), quite apart from a series of scurrilous poems based on the sexual exploits of Banks or Omai.

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        MAPAMUNDI

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. 1782. Magnifico Mapamundi del siglo XVIII de grandes dimensiones por Mathieu Albert Lotter. 101x51.

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        Poems by William Cowper of the Inner Temple

      London: J. Johnson, 1782-, 1785. Two volumes, octavo; light foxing and early ownership inscription on title of volume two, a handsome set in attractive nineteenth-century calf. First edition, issue without preface. The first edition of volume one was published separately in 1782 as Poems, the first edition of volume two appeared separately in 1785 as The Task. Poems was quietly received, "the acuter critics alone perceived the frequent force of his writing, his quiet humour, and his fine touches of criticism" (DNB). The Task was an immediate success, making him the foremost English poet of the day. "In the &#39;Task&#39;, his playfulness, his exquisite appreciation of simple natural beauties, and his fine moral perceptions found full expression" (DNB).

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        Voyages autour du monde , et vers les deux Pôles par terre et par mer

      Paris: Moutard, 1782. Two volumes, octavo, with ten folding engraved maps and plates; some scattered spots, small tear to first title-page, but a very good copy in later half calf over original papered boards. Rare eyewitness account of Kerguelen&#39;s second voyage. First edition: the rare original account of Pagès&#39;s extensive narrative of travel and exploration, of most interest for the second volume which recounts his voyage towards the South Pole in search of a Southern Continent under Kerguelen in 1773-74. The ten fine engravings all relate to this part of the work. This was Kerguelen&#39;s second voyage, and a disastrous one: Pagès was to be an important witness in the subsequent court-martial of the commander for the events surrounding the dismasting of the Rolland during a storm. Kerguelen was dismissed from the service, and his printed account of the voyage, which was officially suppressed, is today very rare. This second volume also describes Pagès&#39;s experiences on a whaling voyage north of Spitzbergen in 1776, which includes much information on whaling and the natural history of the whale.

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        Blick auf die Küste m. Burgruine ( Castell ), großem Baum, Wasserfällen u. drei Männern im landschaftlichem Vordergrund. - "Pinxit in pariete Gaspar Pussinus Romae, In Aedibus Exccell. Princ. Column. Mag. Comestab. Reg. Neapolis. Se vend a Berlin chez Jean Marc Pascal".

      . Kupferstich v. Cunego n. Poussin, 1782, 52,1 x 40 ( Abb.). Nach Gaspard Poussin, eigentlich Dughet. Eines der 11 bei Andresen genannten Blätter: nach G. Dughet's Landschaften der Galerie Colonna. - Schöner Druck mit einigen Schraffen und Linien im Plattenrand. Links unten Joseph Cunego del. et sculp. Romae 1782. - Bis auf den Plattenrand beschnitten und alt auf einen Untersatzkarton montiert.. Lit.: Le Blanc, S. 76 ff. u.a.

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        An Authentic Narrative of a Voyage performed by Captain Cook and Captain Clerke, in His Majesty&#39;s Ships Resolution and Discovery, during the Years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780; in search of a North-West Passage... including a faithful Account of all their Discoveries, and the unfortunate Death of Captain Cook

      London: G. Robinson, J.Sewell; and J. Debrett, 1782. Two volumes, octavo, with a folding chart and 21 engraved plates; a fine copy in contemporary gilt calf, joints expertly repaired. The third voyage, by the surgeon&#39;s mate. First edition: an attractive set of this rare account - the second account to appear in English - of Cook&#39;s third voyage: &#39;an important supplement to the official account, which it preceded by two years&#39; (Forbes). Ellis, surgeon&#39;s mate and talented amateur artist, sailed first on the Discovery and later on the Resolution. During the voyage he was esteemed by Captain Clerke as a &#39;very worthy young man&#39;. On his return he was in financial straits and, despite the prohibition by the Admiralty of the publication of any unauthorised account of the voyage, sold his narrative to a London publisher for fifty guineas. It was published over his name, and was thus the first account of the expedition to acknowledge its authorship, earning the condemnation of Sir Joseph Banks, who wrote to him in January 1782 that &#39;I fear it will not in future be in my power to do what it might have been, had you asked and followed my advice&#39;. Ellis&#39; narrative contains much valuable information on Alaska, the Northwest Coast, and Hawaii, and the attractive engraved plates, after the author&#39;s drawings, include eight of Hawaii, two of Alaska, and three of the Northwest Coast. The plates show Ellis to have been a talented amateur artist, and represent a significant contribution to the graphic record of the voyage.They &#39;are among the earliest published on the Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, and the Northwest&#39; (Hill). Choris&#39; famous views did not appear until almost forty years later. Ellis&#39; views of Hawaii provide the first general depictions of the islands, as Rickman&#39;s book, published in the previous year, showed only the death of Cook while Zimmermann&#39;s account was not illustrated. There is a chapter devoted to their visit to Van Diemen&#39;s Land in January 1777, in the course of which Ellis painted a famous watercolour view of Adventure Bay, now in the National Library of Australia. Ellis died in 1785 after a fall from the main mast of a ship lying at Ostend.

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        ESSAI SUR L'INFLUENCE DE LA POUDRE A CANON DANS L'ART DE LA GUERRE MODERNE.

      Dessau, aux depens de la Societe Typographique, et se trouve dans la Librairie des Savants, 1782.FIRST EDITION 1782, French text, 8vo, approximately 230 x 140 mm, 9 x 5½ inches, 7 folding engraved plates at rear, pages: xxiv, 502, XV - explanation of the plates, rebound in modern half calf, maroon gilt lettered label, blind decoration to spine, marbled boards, new endpapers, fore and lower edges untrimmed. Pale age browning to pages and plates, occasional brown spot. A good copy. The author Jakob van Mauvillon (1743 - 1794) was born in Germany into a French Huguenot family. He studied military science and served under Ferdinand of Brunswick during the Seven Years War. Later he taught military architecture and tactics and in 1790 was promoted to Lieutenant - Colonel. This treatise covers numerous aspects of the military arts and sciences: weaponry expecially fire - arms, battle formations, tactics, cavalry, exercises, marches, river crossings, camps etc. with many references to the art of war of the ancient Greeks and Romans and to the Seven Years War. The plates show diagrams of various formations and movements of batallions and platoons, the 7th shows river crossings. Not in Spaulding and Karpinski, nor Sotheby's Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part Ten, Military Books. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Nummorum veterum populorum et urbium, qui in Museo Gulielmi Hunter. . .Inscribed by Baillie to Cruikshank

      London: J. Nichols, 1782. <p>Inscribed by Baillie to Cruikshank</p><p>Hunter, William (1718-83). Nummorum veterum populorum et urbium, qui in museo Gulielmi Hunter asservantur, descriptio figuris illustrata. Opera et studio Caroli Combe . . . 4to. xi, [1], 354, [2, errata]pp. 68 engraved plates. London: J. Nichols; sold by T. Cadell; P. Elmsley, G. Nichol & J. Murray, 1782. 286 x 228 mm. <I>Red crushed morocco gilt </I>ca. 1784, a.e.g., slight wear at edges, evidence of bookplate removal inside front cover. Fine copy apart from some foxing to the plates. <b>Inscribed by Matthew Baillie (1761-1823) to William Cruikshank (1745-1800) on the front flyleaf: "To Mr. Cruikshank with Mr. Baillie&#39;s best Compliments." </b>19th cent. ownership signature of Edward Thomas, dated Sept. 14, 1839, and later note, presumably by a Thomas descendent. </p><p>First Edition of the first and only published installment of the catalogue of William Hunter&#39;s magnificent collection of coins, a collection regarded as one of the finest in the world. Hunter began collecting coins around 1770, and by the time of his death had spent over £22,000 on this pursuit-an enormous sum of money by the standards of the day. After Hunter&#39;s death, by the terms of his will, the coin collection, together with Hunter&#39;s books, pictures and anatomical models, remained in the care of three trustees for thirty years, after which time they became the property of the University of Glasgow. In 1807 the collections were sent to Glasgow, where they now represent the core of the University&#39;s Hunterian Museum. </p><p>Nummorum veterum populorum et urbium was compiled by Charles Combe (1743-1817), a physician and coin dealer who became acquainted with Hunter in 1773, and greatly assisted Hunter in forming his collection. Combe was one of the three trustees appointed in Hunter&#39;s will to administer his collections, the other two being Dr. George Fordyce and Dr. David Pitcairne. Combe had originally intended to prepare a catalogue of the complete Hunterian coin collection, but was able to publish only this installment. The work is illustrated with 68 plates that Combe took care to make "more faithful to the original coins than the illustrations in previous numismatic works" (Dictionary of National Biography). </p><p>Our copy of Nummorum veterum populorum et urbium has an outstanding association, being inscribed by Hunter&#39;s nephew Matthew Baillie to Hunter&#39;s assistant William Cruikshank. Baillie and Cruikshank took over the administration of Hunter&#39;s Windmill Street anatomy school after Hunter&#39;s death. Hunter bequeathed the use of his collections to Baillie for a term of thirty years; had Baillie died during this time, the use of the collections would have passed to Cruikshank. Both men made lasting contributions to medicine. Baillie is best known as the author of The Morbid Anatomy of Some of the Most Important Parts of the Human Body, the first systematic study of pathology and the first publication in English on pathology as a separate subject (see Garrison-Morton 2281). Cruikshank, together with John Hunter and William Hewson, laid the foundation of modern knowledge of the lymphatic system, as described in Cruikshank&#39;s Anatomy of the Absorbing Vessels of the Human Body (1786; see Garrison-Morton 1103). Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Simmons and Hunter, William Hunter 1718-1783, ed. C. H. Brock, p. 27. 40362</p>

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        OBSERVATIONS ON THE NATURE, KINDS, CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF INSANITY, LUNACY OR MADNESS.

      Leicester and London, 2 printers (see below), 1782.2 VOLUMES, 1782 - 1806. FIRST VOLUME FIRST EDITION FIRST PRINTING, VOLUME 2, SECOND EDITION. VOLUME1: Leicester, printed by G. Ireland for G. Robinson, 1782, 8vo, approximately 225 x 145 mm, 8¾ x 5¾ inches, the prelims are bound out of order and are missing two leaves (pages 9 - 12), as often found, pages: (4), (13 - 16) followed by (1 - 8), 1 - 324, viii, - catalogue of the principal books quoted in the volume, 1 margin has a closed tear neatly repaired, not affecting text, otherwise a very good clean tight copy, complete with the half - title. VOLUME 2 : Second edition corrected and improved, London, printed for Richard Phillips, 1806, 8vo, approximately 225 x 145 mm, 8¾ x 5¾ inches, pages: viii, 1 - 344, light age - browning and foxing throughout, a few small corner creases, no half - title present, otherwise a good copy. Both volumes rebound in modern quarter crimson morocco, gilt lettering and decoration to spines, marbled boards, new endpapers and pastedowns, top edges red, housed in a plain crimson cloth slip case. Good set of first and second editions. See Hunter & Macalpine, Three Hundred Years of Psychiatry 1535 - 1860, pages 467 - 71; A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 2, page 59, listing a second edition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        TRAVELS THROUGH SPAIN, with a view to illustrate the natural history and physical geography of that kingdom, in a series of letters. Interspersed with historical anecdotes; adorned with copper-plates and a new map of Spain.

      Imp. R. Baldwin. Londres, 1782 - . 30,5 cm. Frontis, 1 h., VIII-459 pág. Ilustr. con un grabado de Carlos III en el frontis, un grabado de Minerva en la hoja dedicatoria, 6 lám. grabadas al cobre, fuera del texto y un grabado en el colofón. Enc. en media piel moderna, puntas, exlibris de anterior poseedor. Ejemplar falto del mapa de España. Historia de España. Història d'Espanya Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 inglés

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        Versuch einer Geschichte des Eisens mit Anwendung für Gewerbe und Handwerker. Aus dem Schwedischen übersetzt von Johann Gottlieb Georgi. 2 Bände. Mit 2 gest. Tafeln. Berlin, Haude & Spener, 1785. 8vo. (20,2 x 11,2 cm). 1: XVI, 512 S. 2: 4 Bll., 456 S., 19 Bll. Register. Gesprenkelte Kalblederbände d. Zt. mit etwas Rückenvergoldung u. grünem Lederrückenschild.

      . . Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieses grundlegenden Werkes, das als "Försök til järnets historia" erstmals 1782 in Stockholm erschienen ist. - Rinman (1720-1792) - vermutlich Schüler Christopher Polhems - gilt als "Vater der schwedischen Eisenindustrie" u. war lange Jahre als Direktor mehrerer Bergwerke u. Eisenhütten tätig. Er "ersetzte die damals üblichen Röstgruben durch Röstöfen mit geregelter Luftzufuhr. Ebenso verbesserte er den Hochofenbau. Durch diese Maßnahmen gelang es, den Kohlenverbrauch der Hochöfen wesentlich zu senken... Mit Unterstützung des Jernkontors gab Rinman mehrere wertvolle Bücher über die Technik des Eisenhüttenwesens heraus, darunter auch eine allgemeine Darstellung, die den Titel 'Versuch zur Geschichte des Eisens' (sic!) führt, wobei unter 'Geschichte' die Naturgeschichte des Eisens zu verstehen ist." (Johannsen: Geschichte des Eisens, 1953, S. 265). - "His works... are highly esteemed sources for knowledge of iron- and steelmaking during the eighteenth century, both in Sweden and in the countries he visited." (DSB XI, S. 463). - Die Übersetzung stammt von dem vor allem durch seine Berichte über seine Reisen in Russland bekannten Apotheker u. Chemiker J. G. Georgi (1729-1802). Engelmann S. 306. - Reichardt I, S. 114 (nur Bd. 1). - Bolton S. 150. - Poggendorff II, Sp. 646. - Vgl. ADB VIII, S. 713 u. NDB VI, S. 242f. (zu Georgi). - Ecken etwas bestoßen. Gering gebräunt u. stockfleckig. Insgesamt schönes, dekorativ gebundenes Exemplar.

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        Sei Quartetti per Due Violini Viola e Violoncello... Opera XXXIII. [Set of parts]

      Vienne: Artaria [PN 34]. [ca. 1782]. Folio. Sewn. 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 4-29; [1] (title), 4-24; 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 4-23; [1] (title), 4-25 pp. Engraved. With occasional fingering in pencil. Some minor browning, foxing and soiling; title to first violin part with some minor tears and fading; minor staining to viola part; several manuscript annotations to title. . First Edition. Rare. Gerard 201-206. BUC p. 117. Lesure p. 56. RISM B3138 (one copy ony recorded in the U.S.). "A prolific composer, particularly of chamber music, with a distinctive and highly wrought style, [Boccherini] is the chief representative of Latin instrumental music during the Viennese Classical period." Christian Speck and Stanley Sadie

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        POEMS BY ... OF THE INNER TEMPLE, ESQ. [with:] THE TASK, A POEM IN SIX BOOKS ... TO WHICH ARE ADDED ... AN EPISTLE TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ. TIROCINIUM, OR A REVIEW OF SCHOOLS, AND THE HISTORY OF JOHN GILPIN

      London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1782 - 1785.. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1782 - 1785.. Two volumes. [4],367,[errata];[8],359,[1]pp. Uniformly bound in full forest green crushed levant, raised bands, spines gilt extra, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g., by Riviere. Spines uniformly sunned to tan, a bit of foxing to prelims in each volume, two short marginal tears in fore-edge of [A3] in second volume, surface scratch to lower board of volume I, but a very good, tall (188mm) set, with the half-title in the second volume. First editions of Cowper&#39;s first and second collections of poems. While the second work is in many ways an independent collection, the half-title affirms the publisher&#39;s intention that it be identified as the second, companion volume to the first. As usual, John Newton&#39;s 8 page Preface is not present in the first volume - the decision to cancel it was made within a week of publication, and it was included in only a few special copies, and after the success of THE TASK, distributed on demand or separately to earlier purchasers. It did not appear as an integral part of the book until the fifth edition (1793). As usual, leaves E6 and I6 are in their canceled state. In the present copy of the second work, the catchwords on pp. 304 and 306 are correct. RUSSELL 68 & 69. HAYWARD 191. ROTHSCHILD 681. GROLIER ENGLISH HUNDRED 60. ESTC T14895 & T14896.

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        Manuscript Document Signed

      1782 - ("Geo Walton, Chf. Justice.") 2 pages (recto and verso). 6 1/4" x 7 3/4". April 1, 1782, Richmond County, Georgia. The paper watermarked "Williams." Very good (small chip at right corner; traces previous mounting). Legal document sent regarding the petition of Ruth Powell, calling for a court session in relation to a dispute between her and a gentleman (Ezekiel Harris) who "did take into his possession and convert to his own use thirteen head of cattle, the sole and absolute property of [the] petitioner - " Walton (1749-1804) was a signer of Declaration of Independence, representing Georgia. Was Chief Justice of Georgia 1782-1789; U.S. Senator in 1795.

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        Opera ex recensione Johannis Frederici Gronovii. 2 vols.

      Cura & Sumptibus Societatis literatae Mannheim 1782. Hardcover VIII, 456, 327 S. Sehr guter Zustand/ very good, Bound in contemporary half-vellum. Engraved vignette.. *** Wenn Sie an einem Tag mehr als einen Titel bei uns bestellen, liefern wir innerhalb Deutschlands versandkostenfrei ***

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        Autograph musical manuscript signed of the Sonata in Eb Major for solo keyboard. Complete. No date, but ca. 1782 or later

      [1] (title), [2]-[8] pp. Folio (ca. 300 x 230 mm.). Unbound. Notated in ink on 16-stave music manuscript paper. The work is in three movements, the first, marked "Allegro," in 82 measures; the second 70 measures; and the third, marked "Rondeau Allegretto," in 210 measures. 14 measures cancelled. Overpaste corrections to a total of 10 measures, with several additional corrections. . The present manuscript is Viotti&#39;s arrangement of his Sonata for Violin and Bass (Giazotto no. 36), composed in Paris in 1782. While there are published editions of the version for violin and bass (see RISM V1940-V1946), there do not appear to be any published editions of this version for keyboard. A highly distinguished Italian violinist and composer, Viotti is regarded as "the most influential violinist between Tartini and Paganini and the last great representative of the Italian tradition stemming from Corelli. He is considered the founder of the &#145;modern&#146; (19th-century) French school of violin playing, and his compositions, among the finest examples of Classical violin music, exerted a strong influence on 19th-century violin style." Chappell White in Grove online

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        EL PINTOR CHRISTIANO, Y ERUDITO, Ó TRATADO DE LOS ERRORES QUE SUELEN COMETERSE FREQÜENTEMENTE EN PINTAR, Y ESCULPIR LAS IMÁGENES SAGRADAS.

      Imp. Joaquín Ibarra. Madrid, 1782 - . 20 cm. 2 vol.: (I) 2 h., XX-484 pág. (II) 2 h. VII-534 pág. Enc. en pasta española, tejuelos. Pequeñas rasgaduras en los planos del segundo volumen. Fina señal de taladro marginal en varias páginas de ambos tomos, sin afectar al texto. * La primera edición de esta obra se publicó en latín en 1730 (Madrid); se cita otra edición de 1765 (París). Nuestra edición fue la primera en lengua castellana, traducida por Luis de Durán y de Bastero. Es obra importante para estudiosos de la iconografía. El autor (Tenerife 1656-Madrid 1730) fue uno de los fundadores de la Real Academia de la Lengua y colaboró en la primera edición del Diccionario. Palau 120853. CCPB 63129-9. Iconografía. Religión. Art litúrgic Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Il Pastor Fido

      Parigi - Gio. Cl Molini, 1782. Parigi - Gio. Cl Molini, 1782 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A decorative edition of this famous Italian work with thefascinating provenance of diplomat Sir Thomas Francis Wade. Bound in leather with gilt decoration. With some decorative head and tail pieces. In Italian. With the armorial bookplate of Thomas Francis Wade to the front pastedown. Sir Thomas Francis Wade, 1818 - 1895, was an English diplomatist and Sinologist. Giovanni Battista Guarini, 1538 1612, was an Italian poet, dramatist, and diplomat. Il pastor fido is a pastoral tragicomedy set in Arcadia and isof the most famous plays of the 17th century. Condition: The textblock binding is generally tight and firm. The inner hinges are strained. There is some wear to the extremities, including some past worming and rubbing. Internally the pages have slight browning and light foxing. There is evidence of past worming from the front to page 50 and from page 290 to the rear, largely marginal, and only occasionally affects the text. Overall the condition is good only..

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        VIAGE DE ESPAÑA, en que se da noticia de las cosas más apreciables, y dignas de saberse, que hay en ella. Tomo quinto. Trata de Madrid.

      - Por d. Joachin Ibarra. Madrid. 1782. XXIpp.+328pp.+6 grabados (5 de ellos plegados). Exlibris ant. Props. 18 x 12 cm. Enc. plena piel con filos dorados, el lomo agrietado. MADRID [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Johanneskirche in Niederlahnstein, im Hintergrund Kapelle und Stolzenfels.

      . Bleistift, auf gelblichem Velin, rechts unten Nachlaßstempel. 23,2:28,8 cm.. Sohn des Koblenzer Architekten Ferdinand Jakob Nebel (1782-1860) und nach einer Ausbildung an der Bauschule in Karlsruhe ebenfalls als Architekt tätig. Hermann Nebel bereiste Tirol, Österreich, Ungarn und Böhmen. Nach kurzem Besuch der Berliner Akademie erhielt er 1840 die große akad. Medaille für höhere Architektur. Anschließend unternahm er Reisen nach Dänemark, Schweden, Norwegen, Paris, England, Belgien und Flandern; vier Jahre Aufenthalt in Italien, Griechenland und Südfrankreich. Seit 1847 war er Stadtbaurat in Koblenz.

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        Ueber die alten und neuen Mysterien.

      - Erstausg. Berlin, Friedrich Maurer, 1782. 5 Bll., VIII, 380 S., 5 Bll., Kl.-8°, Späteres Halbleinen mit Rückentext Wolfstieg 4862; Taute 2730; Kloss 3820. - Johann August Freiherr von Starck (1741-1816), evang. Theologe, orientalischer Linguist u. Begründer des klerikalen Systems der Freimaurer, des sog. "Klerikats der Tempelherrn". Der angebliche geistige Zweig des alten Tempelherrenordens, als dessen Kanzler sich Starck bezeichnete. Im vorliegenden Werk ab S.247 u.a.: Über den Ursprung des Freimaurerordens; Über die die große Anzahl der Freimaurer; Von der Uneinigkeiten unter den Freimaurern. - Einband berieben u. leicht bestossen; Deckel mit schmalem Abriss vom Bezugspapier; Vorsätze leimschattig; Titelvignette von alter Hand ankoloriert; anfangs wenige Seiten leicht fleckig; gelegentliche Anstreichungen u. kl. Marginalien; 5 Blatt angebunden mit umfangreichen Anmerkungen von alter Hand, sonst ein gutes Expl. Der Versand erfolgt mit der Deutschen Post bzw. DHL. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ueber die alten und neuen Mysterien. Erstausg.

      Berlin, Friedrich Maurer, 1782.. 5 Bll., VIII, 380 S., 5 Bll., Kl.-8°, Späteres Halbleinen mit Rückentext. Wolfstieg 4862; Taute 2730; Kloss 3820. - Johann August Freiherr von Starck (1741-1816), evang. Theologe, orientalischer Linguist u. Begründer des klerikalen Systems der Freimaurer, des sog. "Klerikats der Tempelherrn". Der angebliche geistige Zweig des alten Tempelherrenordens, als dessen Kanzler sich Starck bezeichnete. Im vorliegenden Werk ab S.247 u.a.: Über den Ursprung des Freimaurerordens; Über die die große Anzahl der Freimaurer; Von der Uneinigkeiten unter den Freimaurern. - Einband berieben u. leicht bestossen; Deckel mit schmalem Abriss vom Bezugspapier; Vorsätze leimschattig; Titelvignette von alter Hand ankoloriert; anfangs wenige Seiten leicht fleckig; gelegentliche Anstreichungen u. kl. Marginalien; 5 Blatt angebunden mit umfangreichen Anmerkungen von alter Hand, sonst ein gutes Expl. <br> Der Versand erfolgt mit der Deutschen Post bzw. DHL.

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        ESSAI SUR L&#39;INFLUENCE DE LA POUDRE A CANON DANS L&#39;ART DE LA GUERRE MODERNE

      Dessau, aux depens de la Societe Typographique, et se trouve dans la Librairie des Savants, 1782.. Dessau, aux depens de la Societe Typographique, et se trouve dans la Librairie des Savants, 1782.. FIRST EDITION 1782, French text, 8vo, approximately 230 x 140 mm, 9 x 5½ inches, 7 folding engraved plates at rear, pages: xxiv, 502, XV - explanation of the plates, rebound in modern half calf, maroon gilt lettered label, blind decoration to spine, marbled boards, new endpapers, fore and lower edges untrimmed. Pale age browning to pages and plates, occasional brown spot. A good copy. The author Jakob van Mauvillon (1743 - 1794) was born in Germany into a French Huguenot family. He studied military science and served under Ferdinand of Brunswick during the Seven Years War. Later he taught military architecture and tactics and in 1790 was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel. This treatise covers numerous aspects of the military arts and sciences: weaponry expecially fire-arms, battle formations, tactics, cavalry, exercises, marches, river crossings, camps etc. with many references to the art of war of the ancient Greeks and Romans and to the Seven Years War. The plates show diagrams of various formations and movements of batallions and platoons, the 7th shows river crossings. Not in Spaulding and Karpinski, nor Sotheby&#39;s Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part Ten, Military Books. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Essai Sur L&#39;Influence de la Poudre a Canon Dans L&#39;Art de la Guerre Moderne

      Dessau: Societ?ypographique, 1782. Dessau: Societé Typographique, 1782. First Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). Very Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). 19th century half green morocco over marbled boards. Moderate foxing and browning throughout, but clean otherwise. There was a Leipzig edition published in 1788. Mauvillon was powerful figure in 18th century German liberalism, a proponent of a robust private sector and extreme laissez-fair governmental policy. xxiv, 502, XV pp with 7 folding plates at the rear. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Military & Warfare; Inventory No: 043844.

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        La Laponia Russa coi Governi di Olonechot Carelia, Bielozero ed Ingria nella Russia Europea

      Venedig 1782. Karte zeigt teilweise Lappland und Finnland, die Halbinsel Kola , Karelien und Ingria mit St. Petersburg-Kronstadt, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 40,5 x 31,5. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Memoires Pour Servir A L&#39;Histoire D&#39;Anne D&#39;Autriche, Epouse De Louis XIII, Roi De France / par Madame De Motteville, une de ses Favorites. [complete in 6 volumes]

      Maestricht : Dufour & Roux, 1782. Maestricht : Dufour & Roux, 1782. New Edition. Fair to good copies bound in contemporary, full aniline calf. Gilt-blocked leather spine labels and gilt-decorated spine compartments. Surface wear and scuffs to spine covers and boards. Spine bands somewhat worn, with dulling and wear also to the panel edges. Bumped corners. Front hinges starting. Reasonably clean internally, with age toning and dulling as with age, particularly to titles and prelims. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 6 volumes ; 18 cm (12mo). Subjects: Anne, -- Queen, consort of Louis XIII, King of France, -- 1601-1666. France -- History -- Louis XIV, 1643-1715. France -- Court and courtiers. Anne d&#39;Autriche, -- 1601-1666. France -- Histoire -- 1643-1715 (Louis XIV). Language: French.

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        Erste Gründe zur Feldmeßkunst für junge Leute die sich diesem Geschäfte widmen wollen. 2. verm. Auflage Nürnberg, Schneider u. Weigel 1808. 8°. 4 Bll., 87 S., mit 9 (gefalt.) Kupfertafeln, Pbd. d. Zt.

      . . Sehr selten (kein Ex. über KVK nachweisbar !).- Laut Einleitung erstmals 1782 erschienen (auch von dieser Ausg. kein Ex nachweisbar).- Die Tafeln zeigen geometrische Figuren sowie einen "Plan der Neustadt am Monager Strom mit allen dazu gehörigen Dorffschaften wie solcher durch Quadrate verkleinert werden kann".- Titel gestempelt, etw. gebräunt, tls. stockfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben.

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        Breve fra en gammel Skuespiller til hans Sön.

      . Kbhvn. 1782. Med kobberstukket portraet. XIV + [2: Skribentliste] + 400 s. Paent rent eksemplar pa skrivepapir indbundet i samtidigt flammet kalveskind rigt dekoreret med guld pa ryggen samt guldbordurer pa for- og bagperm. * "Den unge Rahbek patog sig en gammel skuespillers skikkelse, da han skrev dette betydelige vaerk, som han udgav anonymt. Bogen er med sin gennemförte forkyndelse af Diderots naturalisme og sentimentalisme et hovedvaerk i den danske teaterkritiks historie." [Paul V. Rubow]..

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        Important Manuscript Document

      Spanish Town, Jamaica, 1782. Spanish Town, Jamaica, 1782. unbound. 2 pages (front and back), 7.75 x 7.75 inches, Head Quarters, Spanish Town, Jamaica, October 26, 1782, a rare General Order allocating munitions to British soldiers in the defense of Spanish Town, in part: "...The ammunition of the several Regiments to be completed immediately to 200 rounds per man for service, packed up in kegs, or boxes, containing each from six hundred to six hundred and fifty Cartridges...to be fixed or slung on Pack Saddles. Things to be provided for this purpose...pieces of painted cloth to preserve the ammunition from Rain. The expense to be charged in the Regiment contingent accounts. The camp equipage of each Regiment to be also completed and every preparation made for taking the Field in the shortest notice. The Regiments will report when they are completed and in readiness agreeable to this Order." This document was issued one year after Yorktown and six months after the British victory at the Battle of the Saints, April 12, 1782. With the war having moved from North America to the West Indies, the British had to encounter a joint French-Spanish fleet whose intention was to conquer Jamaica. The Battle of the Saints is extremely important in naval history; by far the biggest fought at sea in the American War of Independence. As can be seen by this document, the British Regiments in Spanish Town were in a constant state of High Alert, a condition that lasted until November 30, 1782 when England and the United States signed the preliminary Articles of Peace. On verso: Extraordinary Manuscript Document, the proper form to be made-use-of "by Officers when they apply to their respective Commanding Officers for leave to sell their Commissions." In small part: "I beg you will obtain for me His Majesty&#39;s Consent to the sale of my Commission of________and it is my intentions to hereby resign all rights and position to any future rank or Promotion in the Army, and I do further declare, and certify, upon the Word and Honor of an Officer and a Gentleman, that I have not demanded, or accepted, neither will I demand or accept_______more than the sum of_____Pounds Sterling, being the price limited or fixed by His Majesty&#39;s Regulation, as the full value of the said Commission." Undoubtedly, any British Officer filling out this form in 1782 could only have been a veteran of the disastrous American Revolution. Once the sale of his Commission was complete, the former British Officer would take his proceeds and await voyage back to England. Slight chipping along the left edge; still very good condition.

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        Insurrección comuneros. José Antonio Galán] Edicto para manifestar al público el indulto general, concedido por nuestro Catholico Monarca el señor don Carlos III. A todos los comprehendidos en las revoluciones acaecidas en el año pasado de mil setecientos ochenta y uno. Publicado en la Ciudad de San Fé de Bogotá el dia siete de Agosto de 1782.

      s.l., s. i., 1782 - 32x20,5 cm. 1 hoja (portada y dorso en blanco), XIX páginas, vuelto en blanco. Cartoné moderno. Anchos márgenes. Perfecto estado. Impreso muy raro en el que se reseña el ajusticiamiento del caudillo revolucionario José Antonio Galán y tres de sus compañeros en la insurrección de los comuneros en Colombia en 1781, y el indulto decretado por el virrey y arzobispo de Bogotá, Antonio Caballero y Góngora para el resto de los implicados. Palau 78423. Medina BHA, 5002.

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        Abhandlung über die vorzüglichste Art an Flüssen und Strömen zu bauen.

      Wien, Johann Paul Krauß, 1782.. (6), 134 SS. Mit 6 mehrfach gefalteten gest. Tafeln. Zeitgenössischer Pappband mit Rückentitel und -vergoldung. 8vo.. Erste Ausgabe des grundlegenden Werkes zu Theorie und Praxis des Wasserbaus. Der aus Laibach stammende Architekt war an "der Schiffbarmachung von Save und Ljubljanica führend beteiligt. Seit 1799 leitete er den Ausbau des Wiener Neustädter Kanals bis zur Leitha" (ÖBL); das Wiener Polytechnicum wurde ebenfalls nach seinen Plänen errichtet. - Zwei der instruktiven Tafeln zur Flußregulierung mit kl. Hinterlegungen, sonst sehr schönes Exemplar. - Engelmann 355. Wurzbach XXIX, 196. ÖBL X, 76.

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        Sei Quartetti per Due Violini Viola e Violoncello... Opera XXXIII. [Set of parts]

      Vienne Artaria [PN 34] [ca. 1782]. Folio. Sewn. 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 4-29; [1] (title), 4-24; 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 4-23; [1] (title), 4-25 pp. Engraved. With occasional fingering in pencil. Some minor browning, foxing and soiling; title to first violin part with some minor tears and fading; minor staining to viola part; several manuscript annotations to title.. First Edition. Rare. Gerard 201-206. BUC p. 117. Lesure p. 56. RISM B3138 (one copy ony recorded in the U.S.). "A prolific composer, particularly of chamber music, with a distinctive and highly wrought style, [Boccherini] is the chief representative of Latin instrumental music during the Viennese Classical period." Christian Speck and Stanley Sadie

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        Nouveau voyage dans l'Amérique septentrionale en l'année 1781 et campagne de l'armée de M. Rochambeau

      Paris, Philadelphie 1782 - In-8. Collation : VIII, 224 pp. Broché, couverture papier peint en couleur. "Récit pittoresque et sentimental du voyage de l'abbé Robin qui accompagnait l'armée de Rochambeau." Fay p. 16. Sabin 72032. Bel exemplaire broché à l'époque dans un papier dominoté : "A Orléans, chez Perdoux" [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        PIANO DI OPERAZIONI IDRAULICHE PER OTTENERE LA MASSIMA DEPRESSIONE DEL LAGO DI SESTO O SIA DI BIENTINA.

      LUCCA, FRANCESCO BONSIGNORI, 1782 0 Legatura coeva in cartonnage beige maculato; dorso liscio recante in testa etichetta a stampa con titolo. Al foglio di guardia anteriore, nota di possesso di Andrea Bertacchi di Lucca, datata 18 ottobre 1782. (2) - X - 347 pagine numerate, compreso il bel frontespizio figurato inciso su matrice di rame da B. Nerici su disegno di F. A. Cecchi e L. Andreetti. Dati di tipografia, assenti al frontespizio, al fondo del testo. Fuori testo, al fondo del volume, V tavole numerate, incise all'acquaforte su matrice di rame da Nerici e altri, impresse su fogli più volte ripiegati, comprendenti una bella Mappa della Campagne, Laghi, Paludi Lucchesi (tav. I), rappresentazione di strumenti idraulici (tav. II), Profilo generale del Nuovo Ozzori (tav. III), Profili per la botte sotterranea del Serchio (tav. IV) e Pianta della foce di Viareggio (tav. V); mancanza, della tavola VI, citata da Riccardi e da Lozzi. Mancanza della carta di Correzioni e aggiunte menzionata da Lozzi, ma non da Olschki e Riccardi. Il raro volume in edizione originale, pregevolmente illustrato, è una raccolta di studi relativa alle operazioni idrauliche nel lago di Sesto, detto anche di Bientina, presso Lucca, nonché nelle maremme toscane. Gli scritti spettano al matematico gesuita L. Ximenes, all'abate R. G. Boscovich e a Eustachio Zanotti. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo, nonostante le mancanze rilevate; modesta usura alla legatura; interno fresco salvo lievi tracce d'ossidazione.Cfr. LOZZI C., "Biblioteca istorica [...]", Imola 1886 - 1887, num. 4995; OLSCHKI L., "Choix de livres anciens [...]", Florence 1907 - 1966, num. 7510; RICCARDI P., "Biblioteca matematica italiana [...]", Milano 1952, vol. I p. 267. Libro

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        Esox Brasiliensis ... the Under-Sword-Fish

      Berlin, c. 1782-97. Berlin,, c. 1782-97. Copper engraving, 19.5 x 37.5 cms, original hand-colour, from the folio edition of &#147;Allgemeine Naturgeschichte der Fische&#148;. Print

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        Description de la Ville de Dresde, de ce qu'elle

      . contient de plus remarquable et de ses Environs. Dresden: Walther, Libaires de la Cour 1782. With frontispiece and large folded map. (16) + 408 + (2) pp. Nice new halfleather in old style with golddecorations on spine. (Anker Kyster)..

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        An Introduction to Natural Philosophy illustrated with copper plates: 2 Volumes (First Edition)

      London: J Johnson 1782 - pp383 + index & pp441 + index. Contemporary full calf bound with marbled endpapers. Lacks title labels on spine. Upper board to volume one holding tenuously by one cord, other boards holding firmly, though leather to joints cracked. Lacks title labels. 25 folding plates present, some protruding as mis-folded. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Meßbuch nach dem römischen lateinischen Meßbuche auf alle Tage des Jahres eingerichtet, worinn die Sonntage und die Messen der Zeit nach vom Anfange eines jeden Theiles; hierauf aber die Festtage der Heiligen, so, wie sie nach einander folgen, angezeigt sind (3 Teile) - Zweyter Theil: Vom ersten Sonntage in der Faste an, bis auf den Ostersonntag: und vom 8. Hornung an, bis auf den 15. April/ Allgemeine Messen zur Ehre der Heiligen, die keine eigene haben/ Dritter Theil: Vom heiligen Ostersonntage an, bis auf den 16. Sonntag nach Pfingsten: und vom 17. März bis auf den 4. Herbstmonat/ Allgemeine Messen zur Ehre der Heiligen, die keine eigene haben/ Vierter Theil: Vom 11. Sonntage nach Pfingsten an, bis auf den ersten Adventsonntag: und vom 29. August bis auf den 3. im Christmonate/ Allgemeine Messen zur Ehre der Heiligen, die keine eigene haben.

      Mathias Andreas Schmidt; 1782.. Orig.Erstausgabe - KEIN REPRINT! 334/ CXLVIII; 408/ CXLVIII; 223/ CXLVIII; Gebundene Ausgabe,. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Instituts-Stempel...) im Buchinnern; Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt angebräunt/ teilweise stockfleckig; Bd. IV auf den ersten Seiten im unteren Abschitt wasserfleckig (siehe Bild); Orig.Ganzleder - berieben; Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut, KOMPLETTPREIS für 3 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT!

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        De la Nouvelle Jérusalem et de sa doctrine céleste ; d'après ce qu'on entendu au ciel. Précédé d'une breve dissertation touchant le nouveau ciel et la nouvelle terre.

      Imprimé et vendu par R. Hawes 1782 - - Imprimé et vendu par R. Hawes, Londres _1782, In-8 (12,5x21,7cm), xx, 211pp., relié. - Edition originale française, rare, après la première parue à Londres en latin en 1758. Plein veau blond marbré et glacé d'époque. Dos lisse orné à la grotesque. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Mors supérieur fendu en tête sur 8 cm. Mors inférieur fendu en tête et queue. Bien que cette oeuvre soit la plus célèbre de son auteur, en raison de son titre dont plusieurs églises ont pris le nom symbolique, elle n'est pas la première du genre et se trouve même être une réduction des Arcanes célestes, mais alors que les Arcanes sont une exégèse de la Genèse, La Nouvelle Jérusalem en est une de versets de L'Apocalypse de Saint Jean, dans laquelle Swedenborg, comme dans ses autres ouvrages livre une vision ultra rationnelle de la métaphysique et de la spiritualité. Scientifique de renom, Swedenborg connait une crise mystique à l'âge de 55 ans. Dieu lui parle et lui permet de communiquer avec les anges : "Je suis le Seigneur, Créateur et Rédempteur; je t&#146;ai choisi pour faire connaître aux hommes le sens intérieur et spirituel des Saintes-Écritures. Je te dicterai tout ce que tu devras écrire." L'auteur connaîtra ainsi plusieurs visions qu'il transcrit dans ses livres. Swedenborg ne rompt nullement avec les doctrines de Luther dont il est issu mais il fonde la relation avec Dieu sur l'amour, et il donne une grande importance aux anges qui sont le fondement de l'existence du bien et du mal et à l'âme qui est une émanation de la divinité. Il fut rapidement considéré comme un génie universel, en atteste l'influence considérable qu'il eut, notamment en France sur les écrivains de la génération romantique, Balzac, qui le cite abondamment, et qui puisera en lui des aliments à sa théorie du désir, Baudelaire, Cazotte et ailleurs chez William Blake, Jung. et même au Japon, dans le livre : Le bouddha du nord. Ex-libris. Tampon Ernest Chausson. Grand compositeur et autodidacte, mort à 40 ans et qui a laissé des oeuvres impérissables dans le domaine notamment de la musique de chambre, dans le sillage d'un wagnérisme à la française, pénétrées d'une profonde douleur et mélancolie. xx, 211pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Les hochets moraux, ou Contes pour la premiere enfance; dedies a Leurs Altesses Serenissimes Mademoiselle d'Orleans, & Mademoiselle de Chartres,

      . Paris et a Geneve chez Barthelemi Chirol 1782. With 8 small woodcut vignettes in the text. 12mo. 93 pp. Contp. half calf. Old initial (H-L, for Hegermann-Lindencrone) on title-page. * Simple stories about various naughty children, cautioning against lying, stubbornness, over-confidence, jealousy, carelessness and more. In the foreword, the author writes about education for young children and why his book is better suited for the youngest children than fables or other types of books.<br>.

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Logick: or, the Right to Use Reason in the Inquiry After Truth

      London - Buckland, Strahan,Rivington, Rivington, Calson, Longman, Field, Dilly, Robinson, Flexney, and Goldsmith8.5 by 5.5; [x]3, 1782. London - Buckland, Strahan,Rivington, Rivington, Calson, Longman, Field, Dilly, Robinson, Flexney, and Goldsmith8.5 by 5.5; [x]366pp., 1782 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lovely posthumous publication of Watts&#39;s tract on the reading, writing, and interpretation of theological texts. Isaac Watts (1674-1748) was educated at the Thomas Rowe academy in London before undertaking a period of self-directed study, after which he became tutor to John Hartropp, Bt. , to whom this work is dedicated. Watts was a dissenter for his entire life; he grew up visiting a series of houses occupied by prominent evangelicals, and presided over the transformation of his Independentchapel in Mark Lane (and later at St. Mary Axe) into a thriving centre of evangelical dissent. As such, Logick suggests that students of theological texts should foster rational reflection and resist dogmatism in their approach to the scriptures. Condition: Externally in a recent cloth binding with new endpapers. Internally, good though dusty, some minor foxing. Top margin of title-page tornaway; edges of first leaves nibbled, and small pieces of bottom outer margin of numerous leaves throughout the volume torn off; occasional marks in margin; last page is an advertisement with John Whilley in old, fading ink. Overall: GOOD..

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        Histoire du Chevalier des Grieux, et de Manon Lescaut. Volume One

      London, 1782. London, 1782 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A late eighteenth century French edition of Abbe Prevost&#39;s controversial novel. Printed in London, as this work was banned in France at the time. Volume One only. One volume of two. In French. From the Bibliotheque Amusante series. With the bookplate of Dr Kismartony Henrik to the front pastedown. Antoine Francois Prevost, 1697 1763, usually known as the Abbe Prevost, was a French author and novelist. During his residence at the Hague, Prevost engaged on a translation of De Thou&#39;s Historia, and, relying on the popularity of his first book, published at Amsterdam a Suite in three volumes, forming volumes v to vii of the original Memoires et aventures dun homme de qualite. The seventh volume contained the famous Manon Lescaut, separately published in Paris in 1731 as Histoire du Chevalier des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut. It was banned in France on publication, although the book was popular, being published in pirated copies. In a subsequent 1753 edition, the Abbe Prevost toned down some scandalous details and injected more moralizing disclaimers. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The front joint is slightly cracked, and the front inner hinge is slightly strained, with the front free-endpaper starting to come away. There is slight edgewear and rubbing, with some discolouration, to the extremities. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright, with only the very occasional isolated spot or mark. There are light tidemarks to the lower sections of the first five leaves. Overall the condition is good, with a very good interior..

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        OBSERVATIONS ON THE NATURE, KINDS, CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF INSANITY, LUNACY OR MADNESS

      Leicester and London, 2 printers (see below), 1782.. 2 VOLUMES, 1782-1806.  FIRST VOLUME FIRST EDITION FIRST PRINTING, VOLUME 2, SECOND EDITION. VOLUME1: Leicester, printed by G. Ireland for G. Robinson, 1782, 8vo, approximately 225 x 145 mm, 8¾ x 5¾ inches, the prelims are bound out of order and are missing two leaves (pages 9-12), as often found, pages:  (4), (13-16) followed by  (1-8), 1-324, viii, - catalogue of the principal books quoted in the volume, 1 margin has a closed tear neatly repaired, not affecting text, otherwise a very good clean tight copy, complete with the half-title. VOLUME 2 : Second edition corrected and improved, London, printed for Richard Phillips, 1806, 8vo, approximately 225 x 145 mm, 8¾ x 5¾ inches, pages: viii, 1-344,  light age-browning and foxing throughout, a few small corner creases, no half-title present, otherwise a good copy.  Both volumes rebound in modern quarter crimson morocco, gilt lettering and decoration to spines, marbled boards, new endpapers and pastedowns, top edges red, housed in a plain crimson cloth slip case. Good set of first and second editions. See Hunter & Macalpine, Three Hundred Years of Psychiatry 1535-1860, pages 467-71;  A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 2, page 59, listing a second edition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Essay on Epic Poetry;

      London - J. Dodsley, 1782. London - J. Dodsley, 1782 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarceessay on epic poetry by William Hayley (1745-1820). Hayley was the friend of William Cowper and the would-be patron of William Blake; he knew Joseph Warton, the painter Romney, and Robert Southey (who commented that everything about the man is good except his poetry). In his lifetime Hayley a highly regarded poet; in 1790 he turned down the laureateship when it was offered to him upon the death of Thomas Warton. Written to the Rev. William Mason (1725-1797) The son of a Yorkshire clergyman. Mason was Rector of Aston in Yorkshire, prebendary of York, chaplain to the King and canon of York. Condition: Disbound with reminants of the spine. Pages are still generally firmly bound with some detached, including the title,or working loose at front or back. Very bright andclean with just some lightscattered spotting, mostly to the first pages. Overall Condition: FAIR..

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        Institutionum physicae. Editio II.

      Münster in Westfalen, Anton Wilhelm Aschendorf, 1782-1785.. 3 Bde. 8°. (18) 322 S.; (8) 312 S.; (6) 368 S. Mit 5 (dv. 4 gef.) Tabellen und 5 gef. Kupfer. Halblederbände der Zeit (berieben und bestossen).. Poggendorf I, 311. - Zweite lateinische Ausgabe, erschien noch vor der ersten deutschen Ausgabe von 1790. Anton Bruchausen (1735-1815) war Naturwissenschaftler und Domkapitular in Münster. - Die Titelblätter mit je einem handschr. Namenszug. Im Schnitt etwas gebräunt, ansonsten nur vereinzelt stockfleckig. (Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin)

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