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        Observations on the Rights and Duty of Juries in Trials for Libels: Together with Remarks on the Origin and Nature of the Law of Libels. Compare McCoy T162 [locating the 1784 London edition and one later printing, but not this Dublin edition]

      Dublin: Printed by Messrs. Moncrieffe [and eight others], 1785. Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, a very good clean copy, with the half-title; the Taussig copy The first work popularizing Erskine's famed argument in the Dean of St. Asaph's case seeking the jury's right to determine seditious libel, and the one "most effectively unit[ing] the themes of distrust of government and the jury's right to decide

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        Faust und Gretchen – sie in einem Schwanenschlitten – er auf Schlittschuhen – auf dem Eis. Im Hintergrund eine Winterlandschaft, in der Ferne angedeutet ein gotischer Dom.

      - Feder in Grau, Aquarell, über Bleistift, auf cremefarbenem Velin, auf dem Köcher mit Amors Pfeilen monogrammiert „HK" (ligiert). 14,2:20,7 cm, rundum auf Untersatz montiert, rechte obere Ecke leicht beschädigt. Provenienz: Sammlung L. Blucke, Chemnitz/Dresden. Die Figur des Faust ist angelehnt an J.H. Naekes Faust in der Illustration „Faust, Szene auf der Straße", gest. von C.A. Schwerdgeburth (1785-1878), erschienen in: Urania Taschenbuch für Damen", Leipzig/Altenburg 1815. Der Sohn von Georg Friedrich Kersting (1785-1847) erhielt erste Anleitung zum Malen bei seinem Vater. Um sich weiterzubilden besuchte er die Dresdener Akademie unter E. Bendemann (1811-1889) und J. Schnorr von Carolsfeld (1794-1872). Kleine Landschaften und Bildnisse bezeugen sein ererbtes starkes Talent. Dem Zuge der Zeit folgend, wandte er sich der historischen Malerei zu, war damit erfolgreich und wurde auch von seinen Lehrern gefördert. Seinen alternden Vater unterhielt der fein gebildete Künstler von Dresden aus mit geistreichen Schilderungen über die neuesten künstlerischen Entwicklungen und kopierte für ihn sogar einzelne Bilder aus der Düsseldorfer Schule. Einige köstliche Aquarelle in seinem Nachlaß zeigen ihn als den Spuren M. von Schwinds (1804-1871) folgend. Ein Lungenleiden brachte ihm einen frühen Tod.

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        Troisième voyage de Cook, ou Voyage à l'Océan Pacifique

      Paris: Hôtel de Thou, 1785. Five quarto volumes, including the final atlas volume containing a total of 88 engraved maps and plates; a fine set in uniform contemporary full calf armorial bindings. First French quarto edition. The desirable first French edition of the Cook's third voyage, here in outstanding contemporary French bindings bearing the arms of the Ruolz Montchal family.The French edition of the voyage is illustrated in the manner of the English publication. This set includes a version of the famous "Death of Cook" plate based on the original drawing by John Webber (not all copies of the French quarto edition include this plate). Furthermore, the fourth and final volume of the text is complete with all seven appendices, including the folding vocabulary table.

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        The principles of moral and political philosophy

      This was the first of Paley's four principal contributions to philosophical thought - it was followed by Horae Paulinae (1790), A view of the evidences of Christianity (1794), and Natural theology (1802). Although not an original thinker, Paley was "surely an independent one" [Professor Victor L. Nuovo in Dict. E.C.B. Philosophers]. Tutored by Edmund Law at Cambridge in the 1760s, he was, like Law, a critical disciple of Locke's school. Paley's Principles, however, addresses a broad range of subjects including property ownership, slavery (an "odious institution"), the treatment of "domestics and dependents" (not to be refused "harmless pleasures" and not to be insulted by "harsh, scornful, or opprobrious language"), marriage, adultery and divorce, the right of self-defence, civil liberty and crime and punishment.In 1785, William Paley was Archdeacon of Carlisle.4to., (4) + vii + (1) + xxi + (1) + vi + 657 + (1)pp., including the half-title, contemporary dark green calf with ornately gilt borders, sometime neatly rebacked, with gilt lines and lettered. A very good copy with the mid-19th century armorial bookplate of S.F. Steele Perkins Esq. and the earlier signature of Shirley Perkins on title-page., 1785. First edition.. This was the first of Paley's four principal contributions to philosophical thought - it was followed by Horae Paulinae (1790), A view of the evidences of Christianity (1794), and Natural theology (1802). Although not an original thinker, Paley was "surely an independent one" [Professor Victor L. Nuovo in Dict. E.C.B. Philosophers]. Tutored by Edmund Law at Cambridge in the 1760s, he was, like Law, a critical disciple of Locke's school. Paley's Principles, however, addresses a broad range of subjects including property ownership, slavery (an "odious institution"), the treatment of "domestics and dependents" (not to be refused "harmless pleasures" and not to be insulted by "harsh, scornful, or opprobrious language"), marriage, adultery and divorce, the right of self-defence, civil liberty and crime and punishment.In 1785, William Paley was Archdeacon of Carlisle. 4to., (4) + vii + (1) + xxi + (1) + vi + 657 + (1)pp., including the half-title, contemporary dark green calf with ornately gilt borders, sometime neatly rebacked, with gilt lines and lettered. A very good copy with the mid-19th century armorial bookplate of S.F. Steele Perkins Esq. and the earlier signature of Shirley Perkins on title-page.

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        Stans. (Stanz) Capitale du Canton Unterwalden contre le Rigui (sic).

      Se vend chez l'auteur, s.d., vers 1785,. 26x35 cm (vue), gravure originale au trait, coloriee a la main / Original-Radierung handkoloriert. 1 feuille sous passepartout.. Heinrich Thomann, Maler und Kupferstecher von Zollikon bei Zürich. Er fertigte eine grosse Anzahl Schweizeransichten in Rotstift und Aquarell an, ebenso Radierungen, die er dann oft auch kolorierte (Brun).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Brun Schweizer Lexikon, Bd. 4, S. 305.

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        Les Aventures de Télémaque

      - Les Aventures de Télémaque. Paris,de le Imprimiere de Monsieur [Didot et al.], 1785.En folio, 2 vols., T. I:portadilla, frontis grabado, portada, (2) h., + 309 p. + 12 + 36 láminas; T. II: portadilla, portada, 297 p., 12 + 36 láminas.Encuadernación en pleno marroquén rojo. Obra clásica de la literatura francesa del siglo XVIII. La primera edición de las Aventuras de Telémaco hijo de Ulyses, escrita por Fenelón (1651-1715), fue publicada en 1699 y desde entonces han sido numerosas las ediciones que han aparecido, siendo las más apreciadas las impresas en folio en París por Didot. Una de las obras más bellas de la imprenta francesa del siglo XVIII realizado con el mayor esmero: el papel, los grabados, la disposición tipográfica y la soberbia encuadernación.Ref.: Brunet ii, 1215.  [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Glacier de Lauteraar, Canton de Berne, province d'Oberhasli.

      Amsterdam, R. Hentzi / Yntema, 1785,. 21.5 x 32.5 cm, aquatinte en couleurs, 1 feuille (32 x 45.5 cm).. Tire de: 'Vues remarquables des montagnes de la Suisse... avec leur description... publiees par R. Hentzi', Amsterdam, J. Yntema, 1785.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Raeber VRA, 2 (p. 344), nach WV 250.

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        La frusta del diavolo o sia il Castigo Naticale praticato sì in pubblico, che in privato, Opuscolo critico morale del Conte P. Aggiuntovi in fine un breve saggio della riforma di tutti quei luoghi, che adottano simile abuso.

      Senza il luogo di stampa nè tipografo, 1785.

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        The Speaker: or Miscellaneous Pieces selected form the Best English Writers...With a View to Facilitate the Improvement of Youth in Reading and Speaking. To which is prefixed and Essay on Elocution

      London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1785. A New Edition, Corrected. (Fourth Edition, first was 1774, plates dated 1780). This edition was issued with and without plates. Only one plate is signed Blake. Frontispiece and 3 plates after Stothard engraved by Blake, Sharp and Heath (2 plates). 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary calf, brown morocco label. Skilfully rebacked, rubbed, some light offsetting from plates and light browning at front, else a very clean and good copy with the 1797 signature of Richard Garnons Jun on the title. Blake's First Commercial Plates

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        The Poetical Works ?

      Glasgow: Printed by Andrew Foulis, 1785. xxxii, xxxviii, [39]-315; [vi], 365, [1]; [iv], 402, [4, subscriber list] pp. Folio. Contemporary quarter calf and marbled boards, rebacked to style. A handsome copy of the Foulis edition of Pope's works.

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        The Speaker: or Miscellaneous Pieces selected form the Best English Writers...With a View to Facilitate the Improvement of Youth in Reading and Speaking. To which is prefixed and Essay on Elocution

      London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1785. A New Edition, Corrected. (Fourth Edition, first was 1774, plates dated 1780). This edition was issued with and without plates. Only one plate is signed Blake. Frontispiece and 3 plates after Stothard engraved by Blake, Sharp and Heath (2 plates). 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary calf, brown morocco label. Skilfully rebacked, rubbed, some light offsetting from plates and light browning at front, else a very clean and good copy with the 1797 signature of Richard Garnons Jun on the title. Blake's First Commercial Plates

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        ESPECTACULO DE LA NATURALEZA, o Conversaciones acerca de las particularidades de la historia natural, que han parecido mas a propçosito para excitar una curiosidad útil, y formarles la razón a los jóvenes lectores. 16 tomos (completa).

      - En Madrid, En la Imprenta de Andrés de Sotos, 1785, 14x20, 16 vols.: I- Insectos Conchas. Frontis, 7h., 266 págs. 2h. 15 láminas. II- Pájaros, Animales terrestres. Peces. Plantas. portada, 294 páginas, 8 láminas. III- Flores. Jardinería y Huertos. 1h., Frontis, 244 págs. 6h, 21 láminas. IV- Frutas, legumbres, trigo, vino, cerveza, madera. Portada, 280 págs. 7h. 15 láminas. V- Pastos y dehesas. Ríos. Fuentes. Montañas. Mar. Frontis, 2h., 285 págs. 5h. 27 láminas. VI- Aire. Materias subterráneas. Caminos. Minas. Metales. 2h., 332 págs. 6h., 5 láminas. VII- Cielo. Noche. Luna. Crepúsculo. Aurora. Sol. Visión. Colores.1h., frontis, 2h., 316 págs. 2h. 4 láminas. VIII- Física. Tierra. Globos. Brújula. Telescopio. 2h. 351 págs. 2h. 17 láminas. IX- El hombre. Ciencias prácticas. Lógica. Medidas. Frontis. 3 h. 354 págs. 3 láminas. X-Reloges. Molinos de trigo. Optica. 2h. 279 págs. 12 mapas y 5 láminas. XI- Sociedad. Matrimonio. Ejercicios de la Infancia. Pobres y ricos. Frontis, 2h., 397 págs. XII- Gremios. Tenería. Tintes. Alimentos. 2h., 240 págs. 30 láminas. XIII- La casa. Las alhajas. Artes instructivas. Música cantable. Paleografía española. 2h. , frontis, 360 págs. 31 láminas. XIV- Artes instructivas. Fundición de campanas y figuras de bronce. Reloj. Comercio. Viajes. 2h. 319 págs. 7 láminas. XV- Demostración Evangélica. Religiones. Paganismo. Portada, frintis, 449 págs. 1h. XVI- Alianza cristiana. Conclusión del tratado del hombre. Portada, frontis, 394 págs. 1h. En total 200 láminas la mayoría desplegables con grabados calcográficos todos ellos coloreados a mano. Buen estado, ejemplares sin manchas ni óxido, completos de láminas y de hojas (repasado hoja por hoja). Encuadernados en plena piel de época con tejuelos y ruedas doradas en lomeras. (Palau: "esta obra tuvo buena acogida y siempre será buscada por las curiosidades que encierra y la multitud de láminas grabadas que la ilustran"). (55999).

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        An Account of the Musical Performances in Westminster-Abbey, and the Pantheon, May 26th, 27th, 29th; and June the 3rd, and 5th, 1784 in Commemoration of Handel

      London: Printed for the Benefit of the Musical Fund; and sold by T. Payne and Son, at the Meuse-Gate; and G. Robinson, Pater-noster-Row. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed and scuffed. Some foxing and age toning to prelims and rear eps. Several plates foxed otherwise contents bright. 1785. First Edition. Half leather black cloth cover. 300mm x 230mm (12" x 9"). xvi, 56pp; 139pp. Engraved frontispiece and 7 plates. .

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        An account of the foxglove, and some of its medical uses. Bound with: An account of the scarlet fever and sore throat.

      M. Swinney for G. G. J. & J. Robinson 1785-1793, Birmingham - Withering, William (1741-99). (1) An account of the foxglove, and some of its medical uses. . . . [2], xx, [2], 207, [1]pp. Large folding engraved fronts. by James Sowerby, version with the artist's name and with lower leaves pointing to the left. Birmingham: printed by M. Swinney for G. G. J. & J. Robinson, London, 1785. Frontispiece skillfully repaired. (2) Withering. An account of the scarlet fever and sore throat, or scarlatina anginosa, . . . 8vo. [2], 127, [1]pp. Birmingham: M. Swinney for G. G. Robinson, 1793. Possibly lacking half-title. Together 2 works, 210 x 128 mm., bound together in quarter calf c. 1793, marbled boards, rebacked. Engraved bookplate. Preserved in a cloth slipcase. The Honeyman copy.(1) First Edition. Garrison-Morton 1836 & 2734.31. Discovery of the efficacy of digitalis in heart diseases, and one of the first modern clinical studies of a drug. Withering's work contains the results of ten years of observations and clinical trials: of the 158 patients he treated with the foxglove, 101, who suffered from congestive heart failure, experienced relief after treatment with the drug, which is today known as digitalis after the foxglove's Latin name, Digitalis purpurea. Modern analysis of Withering's case reports suggests that many of the 57 other cases, such as those with pulmonary tuberculosis, did not involve diseases amenable to treatment with digitalis. Withering himself was aware that these factors might be affecting his results and warned against generalizing on the basis of his cases. Over the ten years of his researches on digitalis, Withering derived what he believed to be the optimum quantity of a single dosage-an amount only slightly less active than the tablet used in contemporary practice. The incidence of side effects of the drug declined as Withering gained clinical experience; Estes and White observed that "it appears that the overall incidence of side effects attributable to digitalis in Withering's patients approximates the incidence recorded by physicians today. One could learn to use digitalis effectively and safely if one had no other text than Withering's Account of the Foxglove".Withering honestly recorded both successes and failures in his trials . . . He stressed that care must be taken in adjusting the dose, and he accurately described the signs and symptoms of digitalis toxicity and established clear guidelines for its rational use. Despite Withering's modest but definite claims for the efficacy of the foxglove, the drug became for nineteenth century clinicians a kind of panacea . . . Only in the past few decades has the real merit of Withering's work on the foxglove been recognized (DSB).Le Fanu, Notable Medical Books in the Lilly Library 139 points out that the frontispiece is colored in some copies but not all. There are two versions of the plate: one, with artist's name and with lower leaves pointing to the left, was copied from the original which Sowerby had engraved for Curtis's Flora Londinensis; the other is the original version borrowed from Curtis, without artist's name and with lower leaves pointing to the right; our copy represents the latter. Estes & White, "William Withering and the purple foxglove," Scientific American 212 (1965), pp. 110-119. Henrey 1505. Hunt II, 676. Norman 2255.(2) Second edition, first published in 1779. A return to the subject of Withering's medical thesis of 1766, his first published work. See Garrison-Morton 5079. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La frusta del diavolo o sia il Castigo Naticale praticato sì in pubblico, che in privato, Opuscolo critico morale del Conte P. Aggiuntovi in fine un breve saggio della riforma di tutti quei luoghi, che adottano simile abuso.

      - Senza il luogo di stampa nè tipografo, 1785.

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        Faust und Gretchen - sie in einem Schwanenschlitten - er auf Schlittschuhen - auf dem Eis. Im Hintergrund eine Winterlandschaft, in der Ferne angedeutet ein gotischer Dom.

      . Feder in Grau, Aquarell, über Bleistift, auf cremefarbenem Velin, auf dem Köcher mit Amors Pfeilen monogrammiert "HK" (ligiert). 14,2:20,7 cm, rundum auf Untersatz montiert, rechte obere Ecke leicht beschädigt. Provenienz: Sammlung L. Blucke, Chemnitz/Dresden. Die Figur des Faust ist angelehnt an J.H. Naekes Faust in der Illustration "Faust, Szene auf der Straße", gest. von C.A. Schwerdgeburth (1785-1878), erschienen in: Urania Taschenbuch für Damen", Leipzig/Altenburg 1815.. Der Sohn von Georg Friedrich Kersting (1785-1847) erhielt erste Anleitung zum Malen bei seinem Vater. Um sich weiterzubilden besuchte er die Dresdener Akademie unter E. Bendemann (1811-1889) und J. Schnorr von Carolsfeld (1794-1872). Kleine Landschaften und Bildnisse bezeugen sein ererbtes starkes Talent. Dem Zuge der Zeit folgend, wandte er sich der historischen Malerei zu, war damit erfolgreich und wurde auch von seinen Lehrern gefördert. Seinen alternden Vater unterhielt der fein gebildete Künstler von Dresden aus mit geistreichen Schilderungen über die neuesten künstlerischen Entwicklungen und kopierte für ihn sogar einzelne Bilder aus der Düsseldorfer Schule. Einige köstliche Aquarelle in seinem Nachlaß zeigen ihn als den Spuren M. von Schwinds (1804-1871) folgend. Ein Lungenleiden brachte ihm einen frühen Tod.

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        The birds of America. Eine Auswahl von 20 Tafeln als Faksimileausgabe im [7-9farbigen] Lichtdruck. A Selection of 20 Plates Facsimile in Collotype. Edition Leipzig. Leipzig 1972.

      . John James Audubon (1785-1851). The birds of America. Eine Auswahl von 20 Tafeln als Faksimileausgabe im [7-9farbigen] Lichtdruck. A Selection of 20 Plates Facsimile in Collotype. Edition Leipzig. Leipzig 1972. Circa [92] S. darunter 20 farbig illustrierte Tafelseiten. 99 cm (Höhe) x 68 cm (Breite). Japanische Blockheftung (Nr. 262 von 500 Exemplaren) mit Pergamentverschnürung. Zustand: Die Vorsatzblätter sind durch Wurm- oder Mottenfraß beschädigt (löchrig); das Titelblatt an einer Randstelle ebenso. Davon abgesehen ist der Einband von guter und sind die Tafelseiten von sehr guter Erhaltung. Eine Auswahl von 20 der schönsten Tafeln nach dem Original der Ausgabe London 1827-38 aus dem Besitz der Staatlichen Museen Meiningen. Die Textseiten sind auf deutsch und englisch verfasst, die Bildunterschriften auf englisch. Weitere Photoabbildungen des Werkes und seines Inhalts sende ich Ihnen gerne auf Anfrage zu..

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        Paterson's British itinerary, being a new and accurate description of all the direct and principal cross roads in England and Wales ... / Captn Daniel Paterson - Complete in 2 Volumes

      London : Printed for and sold by the proprietor Carington Bowles, at his map and print-warehouse, N.º 69 S.t Paul's Church Yard, 1785. 1st Edition. Provenance; from the library of John Morant Esq. with his crested bookplated. Full contemporary tree calf; very good. Gilt-cross bands with contrasting title and volume labels. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and toned as with age. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. Physical description; 2 vols, irregular pagination : folding map ; 20cm. Subjects; England, Scotland and Wales - Roads - Maps - atlases - 1789 - Early works to 1800. Plates engraved by Joseph Ellis and Charles Tomkins. Referenced by: ESTC, N061533. Genre; Roadbooks - 18th century. Subject

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        Der kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers. Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Tisch- und Abend-Gebten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils, in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus: Das Würtembergische kurze Kinder-Examen die Confirmation und Beichte beygefüget; und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das güldene A, B, C, der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen, angehänget sind

      Germanton [Germantown, Pa.]: Leibert und Billmeyer, 1785. First edition of the authorized version of the Pennsylvania Ministerium catechism. [iv], 127, [1] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Original boards. Binding worn, front cover and initial blank nearly detached, rear cover split at joint, leaves browned, pp. 87-94 are torn without any loss of text. In cloth slipcase. Rare Pensylvania Children's Catechism The German American catechisms played an important role in education, for as well as their obvious role in the moral training of the young, they were also used for instruction in reading and writing. This is the first edition of the authorized version of the Pennsylvania Ministerium catechism, whose source was Henrich Miller's 1774 and Johann Christoph Kunze's 1781 editions of the catechism. "This newly adopted catechism continued to be the official German text of the Ministerium for some 72 years, until it was replaced by a revision in 1857 ... During the long period in which it served as the official catechism it was printed by some 25 different printers in more than 70 years." - Repp.

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        Apparato cronologico agli annali del regno di Napoli dalla mezzana eta.

      Naples, Stamperia Simoniana, 1785.. 4to. XVI, 428 pp. Contemp. vellum with giltstamped title to spine.. First edition of this manual of the early mediaeval history of Naples, then the "Ducatus Neapolitanus". Contains an introductory chapter on the various systems of dating history, including a section "dell' Egira di Maometto." - Somewhat brownstained throughout. From the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Chateau de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown. - Graesse IV, 492 (note). OCLC 13014050. Cf. Olschki (Choix) 20771 (1851 Spoleto reprint).

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        The new week's preparation for a worthy receiving of the Lord's Supper, as recommended and appointed by the Church of England; consisting of meditations and prayers... with forms of examination and confession of sins and a companion at the altar... Also, meditations to enable us to live well after receiving the Holy Sacrament. To which are added a morning and evening prayer for the closet, or family, etc

      London: Printed by assignment from the executors of E. Wicksteed for W. Bent, 1785. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. 12mo, pp. [6], ix, [1], 156; the first leaf consisting of an approbation on the recto and an engraved frontispiece on the verso; contemporary and probably original black goatskin with decorative gilt border and similar border outlining central panels on the covers, smooth gilt spine with winged cherub heads, a.e.g., green ribbon page maker; minor rubbing; very good and sound VERY ATTRACTIVE ENGLISH BINDING, possibly made in Brighton (see below). * This edition is not listed ESTC or OCLC. Two similar (but not identical) editions are listed by ESTC; these are recorded in just one or two libraries each. Both editions are reproduced in "Eighteenth Century Collections Online" and ours represents an entirely different setting of type. * THE BINDING: The most extraordinary tools on the present binding are surely the "bat-wing" cherubs that adorn the entire length of the spine, quite distinctive, and yet apparently remain unrecorded. It is very possible that the workshop was provincial (perhaps Brighton?) which accounts for a paltry amount of literature published on the subject. PROVENANCE: Early inscriptions of two women collectors appear on the verso of the first flyleaf: "Sarah Lumsdale, 9 Bloomsbury Place, Brighton" (N.B. this house still exists) -- "Mary Cobb, April 11, 1800.

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        A Discourse, Delivered to Students of the Royal Academy, on the distribution of the Prizes, Dec. 10, 1784

      London : Cadell, 1785 - Sir Joshua Reynolds, artist, author, friend of Dr. Samuel Johnson - "Nobody admired Johnson more or understood him better, and to no one was he a truer friend. He was one of the few who could get the better of Johnson in conversation" (DNB) - and the motive force and first president of the Royal Academy, where he gave the annual talk on the occasion of awarding prizes for some fifteen years Presentation copy inscribed on the half-title : "From the author" First edition. 4to. [iv], 32 pp. Half green morocco. Very fine. cf. Rothschild 1736-1739 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        SPECIMEN OF PRINTING TYPES.|A

      London, England: Joseph Fry and Sons, 1785. Type Specimens. broadside, 20 by 15 inches. Bigmore and Wyman I:242; Mosley 108; Birrell & Garnett 92; Updike II:118. Fry's first type specimen sheet. He had also printed a pamphlet of specimens the same year. The recto displays his 67 Roman faces, the verso an assortment of breviar, pearl, and diamond Roman faces. Also on verso are Arabic, Persian, Samaritan, Hebrew, Gothic, and Greek fonts, in addition to a sampling of ornaments such as royal arms, sailing vessels, and border ornaments. The Fry firm operated on Worship Street, Moorfields, in London.

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Fever; with a Review of the Several Opinions Concerning its Proximate Cause ..

      Edinburgh C Elliot 1785. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Later rebind. Titles on spine clean and clear. Some rubbing and scuffing to leather. All pages browning but still readable. Inner hinges at eps cracked but not loose. Top of ep loose at hinge. Rare First Edition Leather cover 220mm x 130mm (9" x 5"). 192pp.. as Advanced by Different Authors; and Particularly as Delivered from the Practical Chair in the University of Edinburgh, Including some Observations on the Existence of Putrefaction in the Living Body, and the Proper Method of Cure to be Pursued in Fever. Neat inscription from previous owner on ep. Eight chapters on fever: Character, Division, Phaenomena, Remote causes, Difference and cause, Prognosis, Proximate cause, and finally cure with some observations on putrefaction.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Venedig, 19. II. 1785. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt mit Siegelresten und Adresse verso (Faltbrief). 4to. An Petronio Gabussi in Bologna: "Rilevo dalla gentilissima di V. S. di 15 del corrente con quanta diligenza e premura m'abbia favorito intorno alle commissioni onde la pregai per mezzo del segretario. Cotesta sua gentilezza, impegnando la mia vicono scenza, mi sollecita altresi a desiderare frequenti occasioni, in cui poterla contraccambiare. I Paoli 21 vesteranno presso di lei finchè non si sappia il de falco delle spere fatte a conto mio. Desidero vivamente d'essere onorato degli stimatissimi commandi di V. S. colla quale speranza passo a confermarmi pieno d'ossequio di V. S. [.]". Nachschrift verso: "Carissimo amico / Sono debitore a voi". - Der Exjesuit Arteaga hatte in Bologna Philosophie und Naturwissenschaften, vielleicht auch Theologie studiert. Während seines Italienaufenthalts verfasste er sein Meisterwerk, die Wagner zum Teil vorwegnehmenden "Rivoluzioni del teatro musicale italiano" (1. Bd. 1783, 2. Aufl. 1785), "in welchem er das Wesen der Oper und ihr Verhältnis zu den ihr zugrunde liegenden Künsten, Dichtkunst und Musik, untersucht und mit dieser Methode die verschiedenen in Italien auftretenden Formen des musikalischen Dramas, vom Mittelalter bis zum Drama Metastasios, behandelt. Die glücklichste von allen Ideen, die Arteaga in dieser Schrift äußert, ist der Hinweis auf die Notwendigkeit, Musik und Poesie derartig zu vereinen, daß aus ihrer harmonischen Verschmelzung ein vollendetes musikalisches Schauspiel entsteht, eine Synthese aller schönen Künste" (MGG I, 736). - Stellenweise minimal angestaubt; verso kl. Randausriss von Siegelöffnung. Insgesamt wohlerhalten.

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        A Map of the United States of N America [in] Bailey's Pocket Almanac, being an American annual register, for the year of our Lord 1786

      Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's Head, in Market Street, 1785. With folding map and folding plate. [80] pp. 1 vols. 24mo. Original marbled wrappers. Near fine in a custom leather-and-cloth slipcase. With folding map and folding plate. [80] pp. 1 vols. 24mo. Jefferson's Vision of Westward Expansion. Thomas Jefferson's vision of America's western expansion is here expressed to the people of America in possibly the most democratic of all printing formats, the daily almanac. This is one of the very first maps of the newly created United States published in America; one of the first maps published in America to be titled using the "United States [of N.] America" nomenclature; and it is one of the first published maps to make use of Thomas Jefferson's report to Congress of a plan of government for the recently acquired western frontier territories. Excessively rare, the map incorporates Jefferson's names, many of them derived from Indian words, for the proposed new states. Based on Jefferson's report, but with their emendations of it, Congress, then under the Articles of Confederation, enacted the Ordinance of 1784 on April 23, 1784. That same year, printer and bookseller Francis Bailey of Philadelphia published "A Map of the United States of N. America" based upon Jefferson's proposals for new sates in the Northwest Territories for his 1785 Pocket Almanac. The map, engraved by H.D. Pursell (who engraved Filson's map of Kentucky) incorporated not only the provisions of the Ordinance of 1784, but also relied on Jefferson's original report to Congress. Much to Jefferson's consternation, he discovered his report then published without his authorization by Philadelphia publisher David C. Claypoole in the Pennsylvania Packet. And, indeed, Claypoole had also published Jefferson's proposed names for the new states. These proposed names for these future western states are here incorporates by Bailey into his map, the only published map to do so. Jefferson's map first appeared in Bailey's Almanac for 1785 and then in Bailey's almanacs for 1786 (seen here) and 1787. All three almanacs are rare, but oddly this year exceptionally so. There are no auction records within at least the last 50 years for any of the almanacs. Dr. Rosenbach never offered an example for sale via his catalogs but highlighted a copy of this year's 1786 example as #165 in his 1940 exhibition from his personal collection of exceptional rarities at the Free Library of Philadelphia.* In the introduction, Dr. G.P. Winship called it, "One of the most curious maps drawn in America" (p. 9). Dr. Rosenbach's copy resides today in the Rosenbach Museum. This imaginative and ambitious map is widely reproduced in facsimile and in scholarship. But the map itself is an artifact - so curiously issued - and so modestly foretelling Lewis and Clark's Expedition and America's future westward expansion. *Rosenbach: "With the excessively rare engraved map showing the projected states in the West. On the map ... are shown the ten states which were planned but never created in the Middle West. The fanciful names given them by Jefferson appear: Sylvania, Michigania, Cherronnesus, Assenisipia, Metropotamia, Illinoia, Saratoga, Washington, Polypotamia, and Pelisipia" (One Hundred and Fifty Years of Printing in English America (1640-1790), An Exhibition ... from the Collection of Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach. Philadelphia, 1940.

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        Les Loix, us et coutumes de la souveraineté de Neuchâtel et Valangin. D'apres le manuscrit meme de l'Auteur.

      Neuchâtel, Samuel Fauche, 1785 - 4°, Titelblatt m. Kupferstichvignette, XLIX, 454 S, 20 Bl., OLdr. der Zeit, goldeprägter Rücken, Min. gebrauchspurig, tadell. Mit hübscher Widmung: «Le présent coutumier apartient a Moise Vuitel, Justicier à Isac Droz l?ayant acheté et payé en Communion; Coute un Louis d?or neuf. L?annee 1787.»Samuel Ostervald (1692?1769), Jurist und Politiker in Neuenburg. 2500 gr.

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        Opuscules... Traduits du Latin d??Horstius par le R. P. Colomme

      Paris: 1785. 12mo (167 x 95 mm). xxiv, 525, [3 blank] pp. Woodcut headpieces and initials. Contemporary French calf gilt, sides with triple gilt border and central gold-blocked arms of Alexandre Angélique de Talleyrand-Perigord (variant of Guigard I:368), cardinal and archbishop of Reims (1736-1821), smooth spine gold-tooled, olive morocco gilt lettering-piece, g.e., turn-ins gilt (slight scuffing to extremities).*** A fine copy of the first edition of this French translation of the most important of the minor works of Thomas a Kempis. The edition includes the Soliliquia, the Vallis lilior, and De tribus tabernaculis (on poverty, humility, and patience), with three shorter mystical tracts. Rather than the original Dutch, the translator, Father Jean-Baptiste-Sébastien Colomme (1712-1788), used the Latin translations of Jacobus Merlo Horstius. Rare: OCLC lists copies at Lyon, the BnF, and the Free University of Amsterdam, but none in the US.

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        PRECIS HISTORIQUE ET EXPERIMENTAL DES PHENOMENES ELECTRIQUES depuis l’origine de cette découverte jusqu’à ce jour. Seconde édition, revue et augmentée.

      - A Paris, rue hôtel Serpente, 1785. In-8 pleine basane mouchetée du temps, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons et filets dorés, (1f+XVI+2ff+624pp+2ff+pl.+1f). Bonne restauration au dos qui a été renouvelé mais très correctement; un contreplat un peu sali, sinon bon exemplaire, le corps de l’ouvrage est en bon état, pratiquement sans rousseurs. 10 planches dépliantes in fine."Sigaud de La Fond est né à Bourges en 1730. Inscrit à la faculté de médecine de Bourges, il est reçu docteur, et monte se perfectionner à Paris. Attiré par les sciences expérimentales il devient un des auditeurs les plus assidus de l'abbé Nollet, professeur royal de physique au collège de Navarre. Parallèlement il est nommé répétiteur de philosophie et de mathématiques au collège des jésuites Louis-le-Grand. Rapidement il est en état de perfectionner des procédés usités avant lui : ainsi il substitue aux isoloirs connus sous le nom de gâteaux électriques – composés d’un mélange de résines – l’isoloir de verre plus performant. En 1756, toujours dans le domaine électrique, il conçoit le plateau circulaire de verre, premier modèle de la machine électrique perfectionnée ensuite par l’anglais Ramsden. En 1759 les Jésuites lui confèrent le titre de démonstrateur de physique expérimentale au collège Louis-le-Grand, puis parallèlement en 1760, il assume la succession au collège de Navarre de l’abbé Nollet, figure emblématique du siècle des Lumières dans le domaine des sciences expérimentales".

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        THE WILKIE GALLERY. With biographical & critical notices.

      George VirtueTesto inglese. Cm.35x24,2. Pg.132. Legatura coeva in mz.pelle e mz.tela. Tassello con titoli in oro al dorso e sontuosi fregi decorativi in oro al dorso a cinque nervature. Abrasione al capitello inferiore. Tagli marmorizzati. Con 42 splendide incisioni su acciaio fuori testo, a raffigurare altrettanti dipinti del pittore inglese. Ritratto di Wilkie all'antiporta, inciso da F.Holl da un dipinto di T.Phillips. Al frontespizio è raffigurata la casa natale del pittore, incisa da J.Conseus su bozzetto di D.Kennedy. Bell'esemplare, con minima sgoratura alle prime carte e lievi spellature alla coperta. Freschissime e nitide le incisioni, principalmente a soggetto romantico. Sir David Wilkie nacque a Cults Manse, presso Pitlessie nel 1785. Formatosi alla "Trustees' Academy" in Edinburgh, Wilkie fu celebre soprattutto per i suoi quadri a soggetto storico e religioso, anche se fu un superbo ritrattista. Trasferitosi a Londra, nel 1811 fu nominato nella Royal Academy e nel 1830 divenne "Painter - in - Ordinary" presso Re William IV. Morì al ritorno da un viaggio nel 1841.

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        Opuscules... Traduits du Latin d’Horstius par le R. P. Colomme

      Paris: 1785. 12mo (167 x 95 mm). xxiv, 525, [3 blank] pp. Woodcut headpieces and initials. Contemporary French calf gilt, sides with triple gilt border and central gold-blocked arms of Alexandre Angélique de Talleyrand-Perigord (variant of Guigard I:368), cardinal and archbishop of Reims (1736-1821), smooth spine gold-tooled, olive morocco gilt lettering-piece, g.e., turn-ins gilt (slight scuffing to extremities).*** A fine copy of the first edition of this French translation of the most important of the minor works of Thomas a Kempis. The edition includes the Soliliquia, the Vallis lilior, and De tribus tabernaculis (on poverty, humility, and patience), with three shorter mystical tracts. Rather than the original Dutch, the translator, Father Jean-Baptiste-Sébastien Colomme (1712-1788), used the Latin translations of Jacobus Merlo Horstius. Rare: OCLC lists copies at Lyon, the BnF, and the Free University of Amsterdam, but none in the US.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("CGGeyser").

      Leipzig, 26. II. 1785. - 1 S. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An einen Herrn Reich: "Es hat alles seine Richtigkeit, mein theuerster hl. Gevatter, und Ihre Rechnung ist mit der meinigen auch in Absicht der bezahlten und noch nicht ausgelieferten Platten ganz conform. Sie liegen alle entweder gantz oder doch größtentheils vollendet bey mir in guter Verwahrung [.]". - Christian Gottlieb Geyser, ehedem ein Schüler von Adam Friedrich Oeser, war zunächst als Miniaturmaler tätig und widmete sich seit dem Ende der sechziger Jahre der Radierung. "Seit 1770 arbeitete er als Buchillustrator. Im folgenden Jahr wurde Geyser ordentliches Mitglied der Leipziger Akademie mit hundert Talern Gehalt. Er illustrierte vorwiegend zeitgenössische Almanache, Taschenbücher und Kalender und schloß sich künstlerisch eng an D. N. Chodowiecki an. Zu seinen Werken gehören die Titelbildnisse für die 'Neue Bibliothek der schönen Wissenschaften' (1768-85), für den 'Almanach der deutschen Musen' (1776) sowie für den 'Gothaischen Hofkalender'" (DBE).

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        Geschichte der Deutschen (17 Bände - 16 Bände und Registerband).

      Ulm, Stettin, nach der neuen von dem Verfasser verbesserten Auflage 1785/1802.. Mit gestochenem Portrait, Halblederbände der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildern, 20,5 x 12,5 cm,. Einbände etwas berieben, innen teils etwas gebräunt, gut erhaltene Reihe. Ab Band 6 mit Nebentitel "Neuere Geschichte der Deutschen", ab Band 12 fortgesetzt von J. Milbiller. Die Reihe wuchs bis 1830 auf 27 Bände an.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Venedig, 19. II. 1785.. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt mit Siegelresten und Adresse verso (Faltbrief). 4to.. An Petronio Gabussi in Bologna: "Rilevo dalla gentilissima di V. S. di 15 del corrente con quanta diligenza e premura m'abbia favorito intorno alle commissioni onde la pregai per mezzo del segretario. Cotesta sua gentilezza, impegnando la mia vicono scenza, mi sollecita altresi a desiderare frequenti occasioni, in cui poterla contraccambiare. I Paoli 21 vesteranno presso di lei finche non si sappia il de falco delle spere fatte a conto mio. Desidero vivamente d'essere onorato degli stimatissimi commandi di V. S. colla quale speranza passo a confermarmi pieno d'ossequio di V. S. [...]". Nachschrift verso: "Carissimo amico / Sono debitore a voi". - Der Exjesuit Arteaga hatte in Bologna Philosophie und Naturwissenschaften, vielleicht auch Theologie studiert. Während seines Italienaufenthalts verfasste er sein Meisterwerk, die Wagner zum Teil vorwegnehmenden "Rivoluzioni del teatro musicale italiano" (1. Bd. 1783, 2. Aufl. 1785), "in welchem er das Wesen der Oper und ihr Verhältnis zu den ihr zugrunde liegenden Künsten, Dichtkunst und Musik, untersucht und mit dieser Methode die verschiedenen in Italien auftretenden Formen des musikalischen Dramas, vom Mittelalter bis zum Drama Metastasios, behandelt. Die glücklichste von allen Ideen, die Arteaga in dieser Schrift äußert, ist der Hinweis auf die Notwendigkeit, Musik und Poesie derartig zu vereinen, daß aus ihrer harmonischen Verschmelzung ein vollendetes musikalisches Schauspiel entsteht, eine Synthese aller schönen Künste" (MGG I, 736). - Stellenweise minimal angestaubt; verso kl. Randausriss von Siegelöffnung. Insgesamt wohlerhalten.

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        The Life and Most Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner, Who Lived Eight and Twenty Years in an Uninhabited Island on the Coast of America, Lying near the Mouth of the Great River of Oroonoque: Having Been Cast on Shore by Shipwreck, wherein all the Men were Drowned but Himself: As Also a Relation How He Was Wonderfully Delivered by Pyrates. The Whole Three Volumes Faithfully

      Printed for B. Law, G.G.J. and J. Robinson etc - 1785. Harback. 336 p. Old calf, rebacked. Front cover loose & spine worn. Text is fine. An institutionally uncommon abridgement of Defoe's celebrated novel. ESTC on-line only record a single copy in the Ireland & Britain, and three copies in North America. New edition. . . . . .

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        Biographia Nautica: or, Memoirs of Those Illustrious Seamen, to whose Intrepidity and Conduct the English are Indebted

      Dublin: J Williams , 1785 5 volumes: 520 pages with frontispiece, tables and six plates; 492 pages with tables, 479 pages, 587 pages, 504 pages with nine plates. Octavo (8" x 5") bound in leather with raised spine bands and black labels with gilt lettering to spine. Complied by John Kent, principally from Campbell's Lives of the Admirals (Hill page 358) First Dublin edition. First published in London in 1776-1777.A London man of letters, Campbell was quite successful with his numerous works of an historical and biographical nature. He collect a large and valuable library. He first published his Lives of the Admirals in four volumes in the years 1742 to 1744. There were several later editions. From 1744 to 1748 he compiled and published what became known as Campbell's enlarged edition of John Harris's Complete collection of voyages and travels, originally published in 1702-1705. Campbell also made numerous important contributions to the Biographia Britannica under the signatures E and X, including his own noble Scottish ancestors, the Campbells. A memoir of him was inserted by Andrew Kippis in this same work. Campbell was an expert on the histories of Spain, Portugal, France and the British and the Dutch. In 1765he was appointed the royal agent for the province of Georgia and held that office until his death. There are many interesting references to him in James Boswell's Life of Johnson. John Kent published only tow editions of his compilation; this one and one published in London in 1776-1777.Condition: New spines with original leather boards. Volume one closed page edge tears with occasional page edges chipped only affecting margins. volume two damp stain to title gutter, some occasional foxing. Some pages stained else a good to very good set

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        RICERCHE ISTORICHE SULLA PROVINCIA DELLA GARFAGNANA. Esposte in varie dissertazioni dal Dott. Domenico Pacchi, Pubblico Professore di Filosofia in Castelnovo.

      presso la Società Tipografica 1785 Opera dedicata al Cav. Girolamo Tiraboschi. Cm.23,5x18. Pg.VIII, 224, CXXVIII. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Tagli spruzzati. Marca tipografica al frontespizio ed alcuni cartigli incisi. Alcune carte con fisiologiche bruniture. Il testo si apre con un "Estratto dell'opuscolo del Vallisneri risguardante la Garfagnana", cui seguono 17 Dissertazioni che trattano dell'etimologia, dell'estensione, delle antiche popolazioni, dei beni artistici e naturali, delle vicende storiche. Sono poi riportati in appendice 61 Documenti originali (dall'anno 780 al 1732), cui segue la "Serie de' Commissarj Generali, e successivamente Governatori della Provincia di Garfagnana, riscontrata diligentemente, e corretta su' recapiti esistenti nell'Archivio Segreto Ducale di Modena per opera del Sig. Luigi Malagoli sotto Custode di esso". Interessante indicazione di proprietà al foglio di guardia, cui è applicato un tassello cartaceo con la dizione a stampa "Sig. RaffelloRaffelli - Castelnuovo Garfagnana", seguìto dalla notazione manoscritta "ora del figlio Niccola". Prima edizione, di estrema rarità, di quello che unanimemente considerato il principale saggio storico sulla Garfagnana. Ne è autore Mons. Domenico Pacchi, Professore di Filosofia a Castelnuovo Garfagnana e Cappellano d'Onore di Papa Pio VI. Di particolare interesse il fatto che il volume sia appartenuto allo storico Raffaello Raffaelli (Fosciandora, 1813?1883), autore della "Descrizione storica geografica economica della Garfagnana" (Lucca, Giusti, 1879) e della "Monografia storica ed agraria del circondario di Massa Carrara compilata fino al 1881" (ibidem, 1882). Il Raffaelli avviò la sua carriera politica nel 1836, nominato Segretario della Consulta Provinciale di Garfagnana, passando poi nel 1845 ad analoga carica a Massa, ove ricoprì anche l'incarico di Commissario Ducale per gli Affari Ecclesiastici. Fu in seguito Consultore Legale presso la Delegazione di Massa e nel 1856, a Modena Consultore di Governo per i Lavori Pubblici. Nel 1859, dopo la Guerra d'Indipendenza, si rifugiò con le milizie ducali a Fosdinovo e poi a Fivizzano. Fu fautore del ritorno della Garfagnana alla Provincia di Lucca, sostenendo, per quella terra allora assai povera, lo sviluppo della viabilità e la riapertura del Ginnasio a Castelnuovo.

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